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THE HERALD. , Th,t ""PPoInUd bcnorablo nnd
I ll 1 rati IhSh .1 -I . I r .
uiiiubu geniienian (Uod save the
LOCAL AND COUNTY. natnoi) who run9 the Troy bank. U so-
vcreiy tnoclctl tUat we should reply to
COURT V TICKET. hit article before it dm,.) in il..
E. 11. HULL Dltpateh' To clear the bands of that
It. T.MUDD office, we will say that none of thorn
w. W. SHAW cav ua "oroof sheets" of hi. ,
T,M;Jv!l! diJ w BOt U in any of the ways fat
J. McbONALI) ln1'on- We picked up a "pr.of ahcet'
B. W. WIIEELEH outside of that offico; and afttr the un
JOSIAHCREKC1I dorhanded taeans that had been resorted
juiia wii.sua ,n , of i- ... ..r.. .
J. P. WILSON "ciuru iu( people prior
iu iuD niuiury siecuon in such a manner
I OB frt ll . r ft rn n ! n wA mtava ! .1..
v.., it il,. .... " " ,vt"Ji - "" ui inooccm.y
nf mnnr frienda I announce tnyielf as a cnnJId-1 Bill V enough to tlirow awav tbe means
. i - . f t it., .r 1L.1 . n i I
oTliJIco n couuty, Mo " U",,r VUU" accidentally put into our kands. If
we hail been treating with a gentleman,
we might have shown moro respect for
The bank Buzzard vomitod another the trashy falsehoods. This disappointed
'sluice at us through the Dispatch last the unclean bird, and when his candidate
week. liiko hu other, it felt to the fatlod of nomination, he rufllod up his
Ground without polluting any one. No feathers and waxed ranting mad. l'oor
-doubt he thinks ho smells much swatter devil, we pity him. And we will say
after unloading himself of so much foul- just here, that wo owe our lime and
. .,- - .1.. j r.i. ff ti . i
'Tjcsi ; but ht II nave to vomit ins nuny iiai;ci iu mo reuuers 01 me iterant, nnu
carcass all tway before ho can purify being conscious that wo can never induce
liitnbcl f. the uuzzard to approach tho truth, or
,r t"Fa .. D.n(,l .ill, in9til B "inRle Bontlemanly principle into
iur. u. u. uionu r - i,:. ...sit t, Ri.L. i
a haiidsotiio silvor-hoaded ebony cane by .. , '
1IENIIY It. JONES.
Mr. F. M. Harlan last week.
his vomit, and out of our
Greeley's Words ef Peace.
I'lTTsnuna, September 19. Hortco
Greeley and party readied this city at 7
n clock this evening and will leave lor Uiii
cinnati at 1 :30 iu the morning. At tho
hotel he delivtrod the following address :
Fellow citizens The Wise King says
mere is a lime tor war ana a hum ion
peace. The cily of 1'ittaburg has re-'
cent ly witnessed a rehcrsal ol the pomp
and pugeantry, the bluzoury and circum
stance of civil war. A very largo num
ber of men wcro collected ut a vast ex
pense, with tho single purposo rvkiud- ,
il-.. t : . .. .,.1 i,ft.,...l ..: I
tno<y and antipathies, the lears and k-i
ultatiotis of civil war for the advantage
of a political parly. I take you to wit-1
nesi that the greater portion ol tlic jour
nals of l'ittspurgh, as well as the orators
on this occasiou, havt been trying their
best to make us, i
hate each other for the Bake of partisan
rpiin FIIIST TERM OF T!IE SEVENTH
JL Session of this Institution will commence
Ou Monday, Sfplemlier 2, 187,
0 Friday, January 17,
TRO fT, 3VE O.
AOENT FOU THE
WaUhan and Elgin
Which he will Furnish at Facto: y
W fiolcsale rnccs.
1 ItAZILIl & OIRi;5lT.
Attorneys at Law & Real Ksiaic igts,
If Yon Sock a Good School 1,20
for your Son or D ughter, where tlioy will bo
cured for both In icliool nml fnmily, thoroughly
tnught, nml (urrounuks rv nri-r nii health.
rst IXIXIKVCKH, rotul them to
fiO SenJ for Circular.
i. II. (JAI'f. A. M., I'rcs't.
JulySl. 1872. 3m
F. W. HARBAUM,
advantage. A stranger would imugine, T
wbo was reading the journals of I'itts
i i. ! .1.- i... r I .. . "'0
WOULD rc'Micctfully nnnnuneo fn tie cltl-
zetii of I.lnsoln eoutity tint I hnvo .erureil
burgh for tho lust few days, that wo j,AN WATCH U.VKKll, nn.l will
and animosity of civil war in ordor to
intensify und invigorate their Bide of
the conflict. They talk about rebels
and traitors. Fellow citizons, are we
tievor to be douo with this? We do-
AT MODERATE RATES?
and in ;ooi) oitnnn.
i:x(;it,vixu mmtlv isxcriiTGD.
. , P , - .i . uuwvirv uuugui oi mo win uo encravcu ireo
civil war that they surrender their arms special attention ih I.I to wntrhc ihat havo
and go to their homes. J licy surrendeied oeen -uniciieo-aim "iiutcucrcii" nua nearly ru
them. e ueinundcu that tlicy cnlran
T1m ImiiL- Iin77 inl na wo cannot
...U. n, nl,nrn.. airflGt that he dealt in Tbere ha9 beon s0,ne lalk 1,10 P f
tax titles, l'erhaps not; ht has covered dav in rolereuce to tho organization of
A lllllldltira A aonn! linn ' I ' I. a nt,!nnt !
up his tracks pretty well, and left only " ... uuJBUv
circumstantial evidence of the fact; and t0 ercct nl IeaBt ono bu,,diuR a n'ont1'
while ho may not be convicted before fo.r tbo ""ommodation of families set
the law. the people are well satisfied that R ut, until the demand can bo
ha is not a, honest ts he attempts t0 K"y BUPP"ed- " 8 almost a daily ,n
..- ti, K ri. quiryi ho has a house to rent?" If
-,n thli.h his own renutatiou bv abusinc ucb 00 ""oowtion as wo speak of were
i.i J.. .!,. ill ft, organized, and
UU UlU-lllUU IIICUU, uvtau . .... ... n i.u
town board of trustees have let
the building of a calaboose to Mr. John
Knglish, and lie is now at work on it.
We havo nuedod such an institution for
6ome time, for the jail, which has been
used as such, is not Gt to put a human
a few thousand dollars
expended in tho erection of neat and
comfortable tenement house, many good
families would bo added to the popula
tion of our town, and tho association
would realizo a proflt that would in a few
years surprise tho stockholders. Our
town wiil nover assume any importance
as long as mechanics anu laborers are
ctiiMj the blucks, and tho blucka are en
fruuchlrrd. None but white men
NOW STAND DIsntANCHISEI). I
V demanded thut the emancipated
slaves shall not be paid lor, und that tho
rebel debt shall nover be paid by the
government or by the state, aud they as
tiled to that. So tar us 1 can tee.
every demaud made on the part of tho
loyal states and the loyal people has
been fully complied with on the part of
thube lutuly in rebellion.
hverything has been uono that wo
asked. Everything has been conceded,
nd still they tell u.-f, why wc waut them
to repent. Havo they not bruught forth ' u" mbl sale n fta.veil mull f-Vittmber term,
i: r... .o .? rinu .. ''"" . ...
nuiua iiiivi v,.v...uvv ...... '., !., , ,,,1.1 , ICTO
coming together iu tuleuiu convention, Miuui ,10llr of j u.cl(ck ,', f'0.
U1Q ri'prehcuiuinea oi iuu oouiuci n .cu- noon an. i mo in-iocK in inu uiiirno-ju 1 1 that -T 1TTT X'iTATTAT" I
pp huve given their ussetit to the plat- dn.-, nt the court lioufu iloor hi tho tuwm.f Troy, J I U J I M
lorn, of tho Uincinati convention, which Pr.Wr. !'' IN JjJ Y Ul JLIM1 U .
. . . i:..i i :. "
oe.ng into, w us u.o a ...... forced to paH by ug for tbe want of ft
in executing the ordinances. lfousCi and thcso arQ t,)0 very fflen we
A gentleman from New Hope said to want among us; they build up and cn
us since the Iiuzzurd's last vomit, that rich the town with their labor. But
.he would never be able to convinco the many of this class arc not able to buy or
people of that section that he didn't build, and as for renting a house, that is
nppropriate a smull share of the commu- almost nn impossibility, for every house
tstios tax. We have been informed that in the town is occupied some of them
ho collected a ti.x from ono gentleman jammed and crammed. Then let those
whose nnmc was not on the list, and that of our citizens who havo means, open up
ho looked in vain for a blank receipt this avcuuo of wealth to themselves and
drawn up in bis name ; but it didn't the town. Call a meeting and go at it
lake Ion-, to sunnlv tho dcBchnev. "1. cnr,,cst ,Lo you intended to accom
(J I I V
Whatever; all tuis uultig uone, we are tmatler ot touthucst nuarier. nellon 14.
told by these gentlemen who met here, tcwi.thip 4U, mngo s cntt, 4iiere j the tuuih-
.11 : I,.,..,, .,11 il.io iu u fr .inl i nn l'.ift qu.irlir ut too nnrtlieut nuiirter, seel on 10
all ua mockery, all this s a fraud, you .',,.,,,, .,. 4U' . S(mlll.
on t mean anything by It, and the cry CIHt ,iurttr i nurlheant quarier of jectiou 11 VnoltoUc lC CfCWS (lllioillillO Jfr commands a fplcndlil vlow of tho town. Cheap
"rebels and traitors. township 111 rani;e 2 ca.t, Jo iierv ; 11 ml al.'u Hie Trr.,. 1 , j; ; j 1 uorcasn.
IIOCS On. re.ieiS UI U .ruiiurs. iuu?i:im -i niuBu-iun, muui-, mm ai.-u inu Tr.. , , ... , , , I vB...
o . ' . . . . . r. 11 1.... 1....1. .1 11... 1 1 .' 11 1. IV 1A1V1111 s! siiihll mill hu f-imve fnrt lion
Uenunciatiou and woscriMlon sume "" 'b ."'-. "i muti ni . ....w. !.w nura
muuutuiieu uuu yi ueti i( " . fuu,v tit! Iil- iinlni- at corner number 1 .if tho J ...HI I .. I. J or 1 ,:i
AVe call your attention to the card of
Messrs. Nelson & Fruzicr, of Now Hope
plish something. The earlior tho better.
rtrd? Dry Goods,
lit of t.vo v 7
Dr. J. (J. Goodrich will bt in Troy on
Mir itHrli ifiaf nrwl romnin nn vuofle
They have moved into tho Ira T. Nelson Offioo w-th Dr hi, ovor Mrs
store house, and aro receiving a large Sedlacek's millinery store.
1 r p 1. I . rr I. .l.i n. .
supp.y 0. ,reu gUUU. FoK SALK,0(le of th, ulostdesira-
young gentlemen to acat wuu, "i "B ble residences in Trov. a 2 story frame
Uetermined not to be undersold, uivo wlth 7 rooms: a fine variety ol fruit
them a call. trees, and well embelished with shade
; , and ornamental trees ; a good well at the
The Buzzard tries to extricate himself Jo betweon one and two acres uround
from the fact that a halt interest in 4 attached, and about half way between
tracts of land that he sold in 18C5 was the center of town and thn contemplated
. m a ..., depot of tho bt. Louis and Kookulc rail
n I rnml nliisiK avnAntntl tn hrt in riirimnrr
i.r.n .u.u.vov sl,UuB.. .u . order hy tbe 1st of January uext. With-
inquire, can examine the record s ol tho ;n tw0 hours and a half run of St. Louis.
Circuit fnot county) Clerk s office, book tor particulars address II. , 1'. U box (4
" . .. . . . 1
U, page 541. We didn't say that the cro is a mm cnance tor a ujrgam auu a
deed was made before tho assignment, or
that Mr. Withrow was not in possession Teachers' Institute
of a tax deed at tht ttmt. 1 hat gentle- Notice is hereby given to the citizens if Lin
man was entitled to a tax deed Octobsr coin county, and cpeclnlly to the Teachers, that
four years auo. In the Jiepublieun ...,, , ,hu ,"1 ,,. ,1,,, i,,ir, r ni..,n mu nccn on nana
National convention, It WUS declared that tcnait, deecafed, ns made ciniiliiijsioiuT.i nml
kia .....Ir.Mnn tlinn 1,1 anpnil v ran. now on nio in mo .unco ol uie reeoi
r"'""r, " "I , J,. . Lincoln county, hi book J. naite VJ2
1-our years nave passeu auu sun u . r..iin- 1...1 4. 1 -1 .... -
muintuincd that there aro at this day, i.ar'.n and described un follows, lot A, bo
thousands of tho people of Arkansas BinnlnR corner number l:!, a rook from which a
. . . . I 1 . I . 4 IlilU'R UHK 'IU lilt III' S 111 IIIUIIIL'LCI' (UUWI !.
lone, tho most intelligent, the most rc- .,,.,,.. ,.,, ,,,.,, .., .,.,. . . -,
tionslhlo people Ol that Stale. lorblildcn huhes in diumeter bean IC d.L-recs e.it distant
to exvreist the right of SUffragO, forbid- bll links, Ihcneo east !) chains an. I 67 links to a
1 1 !. ... .a corner west 11 decrees, 1. ttako from whieli an
- j J r-'v " ,,, . ash 7 Inchs in diameter l.ears north 2 decrees
here anu unguis mr uruiu auu ivusuu.
Nobody else asks for proscription but
tliom ; no ono elm doubts, no other
party requires that auy human being
hould stund procnueu ou our sou tor u
rebellion that ceui-ed seven and a half
l'conlo ot ntttburgii, 1 asks you 10
take a generous part iu this work of
reconciline vnur countrymen to cacli
2, 1867, and on tho 18th he made tho
assignment, sufficiently lato to evade any
penalty of tbe law.
the next session of tho Teachers' Instltuto will
bo hold ot tho publla school houso in Troy on
tho 8tb, fill, and 10th days of October, 187
All persons Interested in tho csuto of education
aro requested to attend
Tho school law requires all toachers of publlo
schools t attend each session of the Instltuto.
Our worthy friend and patron, Mr. R
S. Williams, presented ut several pounds
of the finest Concord grapes we have 1 h0pC thcy will not bo romlss in their duty
ween this year. They wore grown at his
vineyard, near Troy, and spoak well for
the grape producing quality of his land
Tbe bunches were large and full, and
the fruit of an excellent duality. We
Eup't I'ublio School.
Taxes! 18T8. Taxes J
Frederick Wing, Collector of Lincoln
county. Mo., will meet the tax payers at
.. . :.Aa n(4 ..I.aa. ant fnrll. linl.tw fnr
txttnd our tbankt to Mr. Williams, and ' " : : I v . . " ".
wish him many bountiful harvests of tbit ufr Qak MouuaT( 0ct. U.
luscious fruit. Elsberrv Mills. Tuesday, October 15.
DIED. At the rtaidenoe of Jacob New Hope, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri
Htrtman, near Troy, James Leonard r;'ii. Sa,',riln'v. ("Int. 10.
Lemmons, agtd 20 yean, 3 months and (jliantilly .Monday, Tuesday and Wed
and 20 days. He was a worthy young nesday, Oct
man, and tho only tupport of a widowed Argent b Store, 1 hursday, uot. a.
.1 11. :.i. .a. e v,r n Old Monroe, Friday, October 25
' U,BU .. .Chain of Hocks, Saturday. Oot. 2G.
Mt lips 10 his momer, little orotner ana AuburDi Monday. Tuesday and Wtdnes
eisters. His mother livtB near Prairio- day, Oct, 28, 29, 80.
ville, Pike county. Millwood, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Oct. 81. and Nov. 1 and 2.
That fountain of falsehood, wkose I Ijouiaville, Tuesday, Wednesday and
btad tource is in tht Troy bank, says bt Thursday, Nov. 0, G, 7.
ksisi Maihinn filata tski 1 nn Mr fvir. Ninevtb. Friday. Nov. 8.
1.U possible that k. ha, mad. hims.Jf f'Sg?
parncepi criwunii biub ioui "i wnu-i J(ov. 11, lis, 13.
holdioe it. and remained to friendly with Lvnn's Mill. Thursday. Nov. U.
him afttr tht ooourrenct until 1809 ? O, Post Oak, Friday, Saturday, and Mon
..... .. . . H. Not. 15. 1G. 18.
iny Diru), wnenct nan .yjr us ui ' m j ' tw j 1 Thnra
' ...... Trov. Tuesday, Wednesday and ltiurs
propriety fled I If he hat any mora of N $ 20 2i
kit charges to make, we would advise BrjnK description of land ; will not
Vttm to do it ovtr hit own signature, havo time to examine detds. Also re
j a .k- :k:n. ..is.ir.her that if -tho taxes are not paid by
i-L .u ai a. I. w ut- tho first ef Dootmbet the law compels
hU tht cowardly tntak ht proved him. , tn fillfiB. th8m by force.
If Wy inducing Dr. Modi to publish 0D(i that there it 110 property eempt
tht only charge that aotion ouId bt from levy and tale lor taxes.
A. ....... !...... ...Iltnn htim nnM. I P. W I N Q. UolICO t OT
U theu. and tfa. thiftL tht .espon.i- S.pt. 18.1872. Lineal, county. Mo
biiity on to a friend. But if tie wants Lost A black memoranda look. Tht
'fcaybody to btlievt bit restrTtd charge, finder will be suitably tewtrd W teturn
t hs4 Utter get HtsVdtltt tlt i. Iig it t K. O. Utnmo.
Incd by poor workmen.
jO- All Work Wni i iinted.
T. L. V.T.I!BSAX,
P. .t A. Ti-lcgrnf.li Olllee. llonlils' Uuildlng
lieau.'ord II. Skinner, James A. Fkinner, James
h. 11 nU'i.lt and Itutli A., nlte ol snid James s.
Murearet 1.. Illackainorc, Malmdu T. bkiuncr
mid Viiuco and Harvey, a thin comtiosed of
Koucrt ance and .N icholas Uan.y, 1M ff.,
William A, Dixon and t-urali J., wife of said
Willi 1111 A. I i . 0 :i , rikTlniK 1'. Skinner, lid-
ard 1.. Skinner and John S. Skinner, llet'ts.
)V VlltlL'i; and a.ilhorily i.f 1 11 order of
J J tale ItHied fioui the officu of tin link of tho
Circuit Court of Lincoln county, .Miisuurl, dated
tlie otli ilny .t January, ami by inlir of
PHOJIITLY ATTENUKD TO,
AIL WORK WARRANTED,
Consl-mitly on JITand.
July 17. lS72-ly.
was i..e muni ..i.e. isu, inu uiuoi lumji.tis luiion 1 u jr .liscrH.e.l rial estate, alluato In Lincoln
etiub lean i.lut orm that had ever been county, ftatc nf .Mis.ouri, to wit : lh east half
... 3 intvn,.iii... -outhest quarter of section number fuurtv.cn,
half miles we-t of Trojr on Truitoa
and Danville road, l.arire brick dwclllnc house
44 by 62 feet front, 8 ro-iiis with ball on first
story ami cross nans on second story, firo place in
each room, ceilings 12, 10 and 8 feet, cellar 18 by
20 feet with stonu nulls. LUIng well of puro
water and plenty ol stock water un farm. 70
acres In cultivation, fine orchard of select fruit
of Bll kinds 1 all the land under fence. On road
leading to coal fields. At low figures and terms
to suit purchaser.
80 Acrfs No. 2
Ono mils north ot Troy on Louisville road.
Nice ono story collnee dwelling with 4 rooms: t
mile from St. Iu k K. railroad. 40 acies in cut
tivalion i young orchard of select fruit, begin
ning to bear. Iiuw figures and terms to suit purchaser.
201 Acres No. 3
Thrco and a half miles south of Troy. A
splendid farm, over 100 acres In cultivation, it
good dwelling with 7 or 8 rooms, 2 new barns,
good outbuildings, plonty of using nnd stock
water, on a nubile ron.i, a una orcnaru ol select
fruit nnd small fruits, n fino garden paled In.
Dwelling stands on a. nlco elevation with nice
yard. Kntho furm under fenco and every acre
susceptible of cultivation. Splendid tract of
In ii.l, a cry dcslrublo borne, and Is offered at very
320 Acrts No. 4
I'our miles south of Troy on Mexico road.
200 acres in cultivation, prairio land, framo
dwelling with H rooms, good orchani' of seleoi
fruit, is a fine stock faJtn, good barns, plenty fine
timber to k'-q place up, plenty using snd stock
water. In n good neighborhood nocessab(e in all
directions. (Ion. I stand for public bouse and
finding quarters. Will sell part or all to suit
purchaser. I'rlco vory low.
HSU Acres No. 0
Four miles south of Troy. 70 acres In culti
vation, log dwelling with 3 rooms, meat house
and barn, good well of living water and n small
orchard of fruit trees. Half mile of district
school house, half inilo west of Sand Run church,
f.itno (ll-tnnco fro... Tost Oi's und in good
neighborhood. Very cheap and desirable.
200 Acres No. &
Tour miles north of Troy, 70 acres In a stood
statu of cultivation, 2-story log dwelling house
18 Ly 20 with L 10 by 20, 4 rooms in all, orchard
of select fruit of nil kinds, 1 mllo west of St. h.
x K. railroad, very fine soring of never fulling
water near the house, convenient to school and
churches, hi good neighborhood, and at very low
4 Lois in Troy. No, 10
Mco niece of properly In Troy a Mock of
lots, with comfortable dwolling, good garden,
yard, Ac, on ono of tbo finest streets in town.
Cheap for cash.
LOi Acres wo. u
2 miles cast of Chnntilla, log dwelling with
rooms, meat ho.iso and excellent cistern, plenty
of stock water, 40 acres in cultivation, at low
I have hist opened out a NEW a i0(s t t..ov. -0 12
AND COMPLETE STOCK 0f A gool pleeo of property tn tbe town of
n j-.fi-j. .i7- i nr 1 1 roy j lots, uweiung uouse anu meat nuuse,
CrOOaS 111 the UriCfC OUlldUirf Of MeSH. .ct.o.I with good fence, on a fine street, and
CO MP LET 11 STOCK OF
other. 1 ask you to take the hand held 49 u.nge 2 cast ; and also lot II, beginning at
out to you by our Southern brethrtn in ' " u tke in lii.o ol surjey number
, . 3. . J - . .,. . . 1 ,(, 7; and 742, from which a white oak 18 innhca in
uieir auupuun ui ... v,niuu.. p. 1illlm.tcr bears south 82 degrees east distant 1(1
Ut those who wero our enemies, i m
you to i;rasp their hands and say broth
ers. We differed, we fought, the war is
ended, let us again be fellow countrymen
and forget that wo have been enemies.
Friends and follow citizens, 1 bid yeu
east distant 30 links, and another ash 10 inches
in diameter bears south 2 degreis enst distant 30
links, thcrnf north 7 degrees east 41) chains 114
link, to n.riir miitilr I u ,.ltit full 30
inches iu diameter lor corner Iu lino of survey
number 730, uriginaily granted to Jacob llos-
tetter, thenco with said lino nortti 82 decrees
west 15 chains 73 links to corner number 10, nl The Season heina short I have (Jetcrmine.il
.....1... t. I.I1 1.1.- . ..1. .r IU !..!..., 1
E.iinu Hum niuvii i. .tuiiu unit ui ti im-iiu. ill I
diameter bears south 50 degrees east distant 84
links, theneu south 50 chains 03 links to begin
ning, curtaining 03 20-100 acres, it being part
ol tlio last tin 1 1 Iraetlonal secllou ll toiwislilp
links, and nuothgr w hilo oak 11 inches hi diam
eter bears south tl degrees west ili-lant 2? links,
thence south 8 degiees east lo chains to comer
number 20, a staku trom ivhkh a sugar uiaplo
12 inches In llnmotcr bears north 15 degrees
west ti a stono V links, and another sugar 1.1.111I0
12 inches in diameter b'ars north 15 degrees west
distant 0 links, and another sugar miiplu 7 inches
in diameter bears south 20 degrees caal distant
II links tdctico soiilti bZ degrees cast 14
eliuins 70 links tu corner number 21, a stake in
thn pst no o. sure pv nlitul.i'i It', nrlt-imil .
Will address the Citizens of this county granted tv Alexuuder McLean, Ihunca inst25
. - it . c... i. 110,1. nn.l clmlns 77 links to'orner number 29, a sluko in
ai osiumu,, .u..,, .uu tho. nnge line, thence with range lino north one
at Trov next Monday, at 1 D. m. degree east 12 chains b links lo curlier nuu.bor
... qn . u,.,irn .1 01 tw.l... n it..!. . ...
uu 1, n.onv, ,iii-iii;u ikd. . kit mub u linns iu
tlio east hno of
1 1 ll linn i.f nni.l
is constantly ueing increased uy tnc num. - , ..,,,, .... L: 71
PuiiMO Speaking. Judge Uucltner
The demand for Tolegraph Operators corner ui-mber 31, a staku in
constantly being increased by the num. '"; "Wi1""'
bcr of now railroad and telogrnpli lines ti, nortlicnu corner ot said mre, a ttuke.
which are being opcucd up ill the West thenco with tho north lino of said survey north
nnH Smith, til ua inukinn- Tfile.-rr.nhv ono ?2 derees west 49 chains to beginning, contain-
. , j ing'j; hs luu nccres, nml being Ii7 8S-1UU norcs
ol the most prouiaulo as well as mom ,rt f survey number 742, originally gr.mtod
lileusant employments in the country, to Alcx.inuor lol.enn, anil .tu acres part ot Hie
To young persons of cither sex wo offer outheast ,,uarter at traetional. section 13 town-
suporioraifvantngCB to learn this nrt.as we uug28 FHHDIMUCK WINO, .horiff.
have a t-hort line expressly lor learning, 1. .Amllcutlon will bo ...udu to iho Cmrt
also the benefit of practice on one of tlio at tho lull term 1872 to chaugo the terms to one
nr nc n 0 1 nes in the country. Wo shull nl;u """ " ?nT '
, .r r in two years, nurcnaser 10 givo npproveu seeu-
ondeavor to procuro situations for our ri(yi " ...
pupils as soon as competent, lerms tiv
. . . .
per month in auvanco.
to ki:ih 1;
ON ALL OOODS.
JEO" As I realircd consljcrnblo loss by tho
burning of my home, store and stock, I earnestly
call upon all persons who owo mo to settle, I
reed tho money.
Troy, Mo., Nov. 30,1871.
Schnelle & Querl,
Cor. Main and Dcstrchan Sts.,
ST. LOUIS, 31 0
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLKP.
July 21,1871 ly.
ABI1IK 0. VAUG HAN,
OF 1 II K
P ft A Telegraph office, Troy. Mo. gtate Qf MiSSOUl'i.
; ; , . Under tho provisions of an aet of the
Y. n. uooper uas n largo su .uiy ui o.i iu. ',ru ,.,,.,l A.II 1
ArbucUlo's browned Coffee, the bot in 1C70 T : ... :J i.i ,' .....i
, ... , ..ft II lUIWi IsllUIHl la VllilUUU tl' C Villi I
use and will Keep a ru .supply a.ways ((j lh(J j artujctltj of lll0 iStat0 Univer
on hand, nes.oes everything e.so ...mo Culumbia aui, Uu, during the
notion and grocery lino. He is receiving ' ,. , , . 18- ht,ldel.t9
week, tall at tho , , lll0 of .:. anj ..,....
iresh supplies every wceK. aii ui 1.10 - f ,.. ,i
. , . ... , , . . uuineuu inu uuoa ui duikcii uuu invuii
"Novelty" and bo posted before buying fivo " '
nlcmn linvn II 'fill . . . . ..... . I
"""u . , Under tho rules adopted by tlio Hoard
M. T. Iinttcn, grocery merchant, i roy, of Curators, students "shall possess a
Mo., is paying 9 cents per pound for pood moral character, and hhall pass a
bacon and 14 cents per dozen for eggs, Batisfactory examination it. orthography,
cash. Bring along your produce. He l-'. Ks'
1 . 1 ' . ! ( f..-il .nn.,!. V"y , anu musi pay inu ices iireeuriuou
v B ' v 3 ' by said act, to wit : on matriculating, an
g!gMMgS!!S5 cutrance fee of Ten Dollars, and a con
tingcut feo of Five Dollars; and a like
contingent fee at tho boginning of tho
second half yeur, making tho whole an
nual chargo twenty Dollars.
Board can bo had in clubs in tbo col
lego buildings at from 81 25 to SI 50
per week ; in privato families at S!) to
I Persons desiring tn enter tho depart
ments of the Stato University at Colum
bia or Bolla, are required to make known
their intention to me on or beforo Sep
tember 1, l2.
V. 0. CAKE, Clk. Co. Court.
Lincoln County, Mo,
Jroy, mo , August au, is.u
2f KEifSON &
NEW HOPE, MO.,
Havo removed to tbe Ira (T. Nelson house,
and are now receiving a
NEW STOCK OF GOODS,
and aro determined
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
They expect to keep up tbelr reputation for
GIVING THE BUST I'lUCEB
September 2J, 1872.
I expect to remain In Troy, nml
keep at all times a Large anil
Complete Slock of
I W A It It A NT my Jewelry to
be lvhat I represent It. If (Jold.
I tell my customers to; If Plated
I tell them. Jewelry made nr
purchased to order. 1 keep the
very heat American Wutclies and
Clucks for sale.
Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry Repaired, and all
Wo k Warranted.
K YE lt ONLY FOU VIII: ML' It kbit
l'OJ.AD .& CHINA VIUS
11IAVK for 'sale pure Lred vl;s, purchused
from the lest families of the Poland nnd
China Hogs ot .Meisrs, Shoruiid A Alosaudcr, of
Charleston, Ills. I nm convinced that this is the
host breed of hogs for our state. They grow tj
a very Urge site, and fstten well at any ago.
I'rlco for choice pigs, weighing 60 pounds at
tcnweoknold. I0. IltNltY T. MUUll,
Millwood, Mo., May 25th, 1873.
Of Inn.l situntcd In Lincoln nnd Piko coun
ties on tho wntcrs of llrynnt's creek. In survey
li.ii, iviiiiin .1 miles or a bnnt Inndlng on tbo
Mississippi river, and Is divided into lots of
about 200 ucres ouch. All this hind is very Val
unlle, possessing n soil unsurpassed for produc
tiveness, with nn uhundanco of writer for nil
nurnoses, peculiarly udiintcd to fruit crowing
nnd stock rntslng, with extensive Improvements
on each nnd every lot, nnd the uncultivated por
tion covered with the finest timber in northeast
Mis'bourl. All in an excellent neighborhood, of
ensr access to churches nnd schools, and from
which temns enn make three trips to tho river in
dny. l ur tale in lots to suit purchasers onrt on
terms most liberal indeed. Persons dosiring
homes which will pay nnd bo a blessing to them
selves nnd posterity, could not do better than
buy ono or allot tlicso splendid lots of land.
257 1-2 Acres No. 14
On tho .Mississippi I! luff, 7 tulles West of Cap
au Oris and 7 miles southeast of New Hope, on
tnc 11 1 u ri ronu, vu acres in cultivation, balance in
fine timber. Fr.imo dwelling with 5 rooms, tol
erably good out buildings, 4 nr 5 neverfailing
springs on tlio plncc, good cistern near door of
dwelling, young orchard of select fiult, near to
Ilaptist nnd Christian churches and school house,
3 miles from llobinsun's mill nnd storo, In a very
fino nolghborhooit, splendid wheat, corn and
stnvk (arm, tho very place to make you n good
homo and tn get your money back on. IMcu
very low nnd terms to suit purchasers. Us in u
hurry else you will be left out in tho cold.
Lot in Troy. No. 15
Lot No. 75 In Troy, a good rrorcrty of 4
lots, dwelling tilth 4 rooms, nlco yard, horso and
cow lot, a young orchard of select fruit, gdod
garden, in a desirablo pnrt of town, on a fino
street and commands a lino view of the town.
At low flgur.s and terms to suit tho purchaser.
Uuy beruro tbo ht li .V K K it Is completed, and
thereby sccuro yourself n handsome profit.
Troy Properly. No. lfl
"Here is the nlaco to cct vour money back."
The l'oensulot property on .Main, Cherry and
Union streets, thrco store rooms, ono fronting ort
Main nnd Cherry streets, too other two minting
on Main street, all onc-s'ory framo buildings t
and on the samo lot nnd Immediately back of tho
store room on tbe corner of Main and Cherry Is a
one-story frame dwelling with 4 rooms. This
property occupies too very best locution in tno
town of Troy for any klbd of mercantile busl--noss,
nnd will be sold at very low figures and on
terms exceedingly generous. II you desire tbo
best Lualncss stand In Trov vou will find It to
your interc.t to be up and doing, else you will
lose a bargain norm nuvtng.
110 Acres. No. 17
LOOK HEKE, YE STOCK MEN I 140
acres In n fine state of cultivation, 100 acres in
grass, balance ready fnr any kind of grain, all
under good lenclng in 3 fields, on tho Troy ahd
Auburn roan, a part or tuc Jbnab aiorrli rami, 7
miles frau. Trov and 'A miles south from Auburn,
plenty of stock water, 2 buildings ; also the un
divided ono fifth part of 200 acres of good tin.,
hercd land ono mile west of tbo 140 acre tract,
which is uUo a unrt of tho Jonah Morris lUrm.
Those Innds are within a shnrt'dtstance of tho
St L .1 K II It. are very valuable and in a good
condition to yield an hundred fold. Price 94,000,
too cbcap to lalk about, terms liberal.
210 Acres Nn. IB
Two and a half billes north of Troy On tho
Troy nnd Louisville road, 130 acres in a fino statu
of cultivation, 25 acres in meadow well taken
in timothy, 4 acres it. orchard of choice summer,
fall and wlntor fruit, 11 rail tho rest of tbe farm tn
timber and very rich land. Plenty bf puril
running Water through tho farm at all seasons
of the year, nt convenient distances from barn
yard, a well of One cold water having nn averago
throughout tho year n depth of B ft. convenient
to house. Fence, all In good repair. Tho'tild
bio land Is fresh, having been cleared within thd
past layrs and has been well kept up by the
clover system of culture, and Is adapted to tho
growth oT wheat, c:rn, tobacco, grass and fruit.
Two story frame house with 4 rooms, kltcheb and
moat house, bun., stablo cribs and Ice house.
Tho St L .1 K Hr pnsscs thro' the farm, good
district school within half mllo of house. I'rlco
6000 duls, 4000 In band tulanoe In I abd 2 years.
IUO Acres no. iu
V, miles north of Troy, adjoining farm No.
18, 40 acres In cultivation snd very rich land,
never falllrg stream of water runs through the
farm, spring uf fino water near improvements.
Comfortable cabin, log stable, corn crib .to.
St I,& K Hr runs through this land. Tbo land
notcloared it splendid soil and heavily timbered.
Near a district school house. Price 2,01)0, 1,200
tn hand, .balabeo in I and 2 years.
80 Acres No. 20
2 miles east of Trny on frenchman's bluff,
80 acres in cultivation, balanco In fino timber, rich
soil, comfortable dwelling, stable and out build
ings. Qondchanco for small homo on e.sy terms.
;TJ&- Parties wishing to sell or buy will consult
their own interest by calling on us.
I'RAZIEll k CObUb'IlT.