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TUB LOST KSltE.
UK tf.liS. KLLSN M. MITCHELL.
Teddj? net eating an apple and luting
inj; ,bt SAle- ,-'tl!o 14t Murpliy
cac olonjr and cried out, "Halloo."
"Halloo yoursalf," inseered Teddy.
Giva mc bits?" raid Pat, looking
wishfully at tit appla.
"'Taint pood, it'ii our," and Teddj
puckered up hi race.
lit mother sitting at tha wiodow,
overheard tbem, and came out with two
bljf, red-cheeked apples for Pat. Teddy
bung bia head and looked ashamed, for
the apple was good as could be, and he
Lad told a 6b. '
"Little boys shouldn't be greedy like
pigs," said she, nvcrcly.
'Ob, ma'am, Teddy didn't mean any
thing," spoke up Pat, promptly. "And
mayn't he go down to the pond with me
Teddy's eyes sparkled, and be cried,
'you needn't be 'fraid mamma. I'll not
fall in tho water "
"Bat do you deserve to go?" the
asked, looking at him steadily.
Ilia eyes fell, and Pat began to plead
hil causa again. "Ob, ma'am, he was
nly in fun about the apple, and I didn't
mind it a bit."
"What do you say, TcJdy ? ' 'ahe asked
"I'm sorry," be answered, and held
out his band to Pat in an honest and
straightforward way. "You're a better
boy than I am, anil next time I'll (:ivc
you at many bites as you want,"
Pat blushed all over, and was so eon
fused that he didn't know what to do.
He was a poor Irish boy, tut for ill that
he was a teal little gentleman at heart
Mrs. Gray was never afraid to let Teddy
play with him, for be had been kind and
neither told fill or used bad words.
"Mayn't he go, ma'am?" Pat aeked,
eaacrlv. " f'lia water isn't deep, :r.A !
we'll be very careful."
Mrs. 'J ray loaked thoughtful. The
pond was but a short distance from the
bouse, yet the barly liked to trust Teddy
alone with Pat.
"Why not stay here and play in the
yard?" she feaid. Iiut the two boys
looked so disappointed that she finally
consented to let Teddy :o, cautioning
him not to stay long, and to keep near
Now, you thick I'm going to tell you
how Teddy fell into the water and w
drawn out by Pat or somebody eUe, look
ing like a drowned rat; but nothing o!
the kind, for t he fict was, neiiber of them
went near the pood.
They started, but had only gone a little
way when they saw a boy sitting by the
roadside, and crying as if his heart would
break. lie was dirty and ragged, and
couldn't speak a word of Koglish.
"What do you f'posii ails bim ?" asked
"Don't know. Maybe he's hungry,"
and Pat offered him an apple.
Iiut bo only shook bis bead and cried
Tho two boys didu't liko to leave biui,
aud were puzzled what to do, for they
couldu't understand a word he said, Aler
a little, though, he began to make signs,
and ull at once Pat cried out, "Ile'n lost
sntnelhing Don't you see he's turned
hil pocket inside out, and what a big bole
it has? Yet, and bo's pointing to the
road aud then to that."
' Spe;t you're right," said Teddy
"Wonder if it's a jack knife," and he
drow out his own with a little flourish
The strange, boy nodded his head at
light of it, and clapped his hands; then
rau up the road, looking everywhere, as
if in search of something.
"Let' help hi in buut," said Pat. "It
ii too but," Teddy answered, "I'd rather
But Pal had uiico lent a jack knife, and
knew whit a terrible thing it was, and
began to coax Teddy, "just think how
you'd feel, and 'specially if you hadn't
any money or any mamrat to buy an
other. You wouldn't like to have your
two pockets full out, would you now, aud
loose everything in thcui?"
Teddy thought not, for they wee fairly
bulging with strings and marbles and
tber odds and ends. Iiut fur all that
he didn't want to give up his Galling, and
hunt fur another boy's knife, and said so
"You don't know what it is to havo
nothing you can whittle with," urged
Pat, and just then llie strange bey turned
around, and cvou Tvddy hub touched by
"May bo we'll find it first thing," said
ha, oomruoncinu' to kick up tho dust;
aud pulling Put along. Pur Teddy,
though little tclGsli, was a good boy at
' That's oot the way," and Pat laughed
"Let's caeh tako one tide of tho road, and
go. over it well."
Tito i Iraugo boy accrued to understand
what they were doing, and tried to show
them where to look, and acted as if ho
ai very grateful indeed.
They hunlod over half an hour, and
lere about to give up the search, when
Teddy, oilh a shout of liiumph, lirld up
ii broad bladcd jack knife.
Oh 1 hotf the little ragamuffin's eyes
sparkled when he tsir it, and he shook
Teddy's hand, and laughed and cried
both together I Pat, loo, rraj almost as
glad as if be had found it himself, and
Teddy felt quite like a hero.
"Shall wo co and fish now?" asked
Pat. "I'm afraid it's too late."
"Mamma will 'sped me home," so
swered Teddy, watcbiog the strange boy
run down the road as fast at he could
"It's most supper time, loo."
Teddv was in a hurry o tell bis
mother what had happened, and the pood
had lost its charm for him.
Mrs Gray was standing at the gate
when she saw them coming. Teddy ran
up to her, all out of breath. "Oh !
mamma, we didn't fish at all, for a poor
Utile boy had lost hit jack-knife, and we
helped him look aod found it, aud tie
talked such a funny lingo, and ",
Mrs. Gray couldn't help laughing,
Teddy jumbled up his words end talked
so fast and just then he saw her, and
turned very red in the face, aod couldn't
say another word.
Iiut Pat tc Id the story, aud Mrs. Gray
whispered something to Teddy that
brought back bis good humor, for che
wis very proud indeed that her little eon
had behaved so well.
They never heard anything further of
the strauge boy. Teddy was anxious ta
find out his name and where he lived,
aud so was Pat; but neither of tbem
could. And there came a big storm the
next day and the pond overflowed, co
they were disappointed again abcut the
fishing I don't think 3Irs Gray felt as
bad at tho boys though, for she was a
little uneasy lcit Teddy shoull fail into
the wator, and much preferred to bave
him play at home. Republican
CALL AT TllV.
CHEAP CASH STOKE
JACKSON I HUTT
OUR SUMMER STOCK
READY FOR INSPECTION,
A.D WE WILL
IX TIIC FOI.tOWIXC
LINE OF GOODS:
Wile Silk Vtlicti
Hunev Comb Quilts
Fine " bite Klannt.li
Black All acal
Crashei.bro. bleacb'd, Ladies Holier;
Corieti. low to fine,
Pillow Cait Cotton
Merino Vciti and
IIAr.S ATVI CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Lalic' and .Ilium:' Ciniter,
O R O C J3 RIES,
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR,
Bice, Spier, and Evrrjtelug Kicr,
OyHiorH and Sardines,
ANYTHING YOU WANT,
CALL AND SEE.
JAtltSO.Y fc BUTT.
TUOY, MO, March 7, 1872-nov7I yl
MOTICK ii hereby glten that Ictttrrs of ad-
i i ministration were granted to tho under
signed on the eitate of llenrr Quieter, deo'd
by tho Clerk of Iho Probate Court of Lincoln
county, Mo., on the 10th day of Julr. 1872.
Pcrion, baring claims against laid estate are
require! tn eibiblt thrui to the adininli rator
within ono jcarfrom the date of laid letters, or
they may le precluded from any benefit of said
eitate t and lr not exblbiiel within two yean
from the date of laid letter, they will be forever
barred. 13l DAVID T. WADDY. Adra'r
jf OTICfc it hereby clven that tho undenlgned
I administrator of the ettutn of Eliiha W.
Holt, deceaicd, will lualo u final settlement
of hit administration of mid estate at the next
terra of the Probato Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., to be begun and held at the court bnuiela
froy on the secoanV Jjonday tn October, 1872.
Sffl8- if. O.S.fTO.V, Adaa'a.
CAKB & HOGERS' COLUMN.
PURCHASING CALL AT OUH
SHOP AT THE
TAN YAIll) IN TKUV
OUIl lAItCE STOCK OF
Ojien-face work do.,
Huir Saddle Girths,
Leather Sadd'o liirllis,
Web Saddle Girths,
Mule H 3tiJe.
Boys' and Girl.-'
Boots and Shoe"
ol Kvery Style,
st r-t r-i i a rs.r-
Bone with Neatness a;i(i Dispatch.
Hides and Tallow.
BOOT AND SHOE
We tnanufaetueo our Boot, d Shoes
Caddie, Ilaruess und Collars out of
Leather of our own Tuutitop, und aro
tho only persons iu Troy who manufac
ture out of Leather made at our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
fl A iriil Jt 'It i Hi
.. w WW-"VKT
J. M. McLELLAN
CAKE ifc 'McLELLAN,
Real Estate Agents,
! Troy, eJncoln Tounij, JIo
Buy aud Sell Land. I'aj t nxct for ott
! rcaldcnls. Cite ,ttitract oflltlcs,
Write Deeds, .Mortgages. I'lats
ot t.ntiJ, Ac. !
They Offer for bnlc hp Foilowlng
I.autls : 1
No. I Iirprovel farm, 169 acre,, :t milci I
dorlhwett of Auburn. 2 uii!e of rallioad aud 2
miles of rock road, 35 acre In cultirotlnn. 1M
crei rrltndid timber, hewed-lop hue 4 sto
ries, stable nnd corn crib. Prico S'iiW, one third
rath, balance on time.
No. a Coal land C mllei rouihircit of Troy,
40 acre. In the middle of the cost fields ami
jrltbln IGOyardt uf the (Lift at the Link mine. !
I'rice j.'uuii, halt rain, oauoco on time.
N. 3202 acre, unimproved timber land
i4 miles south of .Millwood n .id adjoining Weil
prairie. Price i&W, third caih, balance on long
Nu. H Houio and lot in Troy, frame bouee
30 by 40 and one story high, 4 roomi, clo.et,
,moke butiie, ciitirn, ibrubbery, Ac, lot 1P0 bv
. 100 fret, 210 jardi frcin town ii ring. Prico and
tiruu f lOUUcarh,
i No. (I--I'arm of Iltl acre,, miles of Moi
cow Mill, 20 arr.t in culiiratloo, V'J arre good
timber, 18 bearing (each tree. Price i20 cr
acre, twothird, cash, balance on time.
No 1 J4 acre, timl er land, underlaid with
coal, i)i mile, of Mo.'cuw. Price j2J per acre,
' Iwo'lhirdi casb, balance on time.
' No. H Improved farm of 93 If cre., one
mile from the court houo In Troy, 25 ncre In
culthation, 2.1 acre, in paiturc and uieadow, 1(U
I five year old pp!e treei, 25 peach tree,, 45 acre,
: splendid timber, 2 itoty frame 18 by 21 ond on
L 1 itory 18 by 24, all In good repair, smoke
house, chicken houir, (inblen and crib, A No. 1
tobacco lorn of 0 tier, good will. Price an I
terms ? 15 cash pir acre. Juit the place fur n
rtnun who desire, to carry on n small tnrui.nn.l
also get tho benefit of good scbool, lu Troy for
! No. !) Improved firm of 0 acres ?, mlli'..
cut of Trov, 25 one, iL oulliv .itiou, 55 ucrcs
good timber, log house lti In IS, 1 Uitoric,, ,inidtc
house, ciin rnb and st.iblei, 125 youn fruit
ticc-i in bearing. PrireJ.ijpcr acrc,tvo third
cash balance in time.
No. IO Improved farm of M acres 2 mli.is
souih of Troy, :!5 cre In cultivation, 15 acre,
in gra and SO aires timber, house ID by Is. 1
slurics, kl'clien II by 10, sinokc huu-e, cellar,
, tails (heded on two ,i les, fr.inary, crib and h- n
bou'C. All thtfe liuililini:, ar new nnd ,ub
' itji.'iit. Well and pond of i-tuek wntti, 25 ap
.le, 25 peach and pour trtes of excellent liur.
Prieo 30 do!,, per acre, two third, cum balance
No. II T.nprovcd farm of SOO.icreJ, 5 miles
northwest uf Troy, 7u acre, in cultivation, l.",u
acres timber, 2 story house IK by 20 mtli I. kil
chm Id by 21 ono story, smoke houc with cellar
under it 7 It deep, stables, urn crib, new 7-t er
toba-ro barn, splendid orchard of 7.1J trees in
' bearing consisting of appie.', penche, peats,
, plum, npricots, nectarines, clicrrie. Now and
commodiou. school house near. Prior 20 duls
per acre, half cash, balance on timo without in
terest, No 12 Improved f.i-m of 60 acre, 2'.; milci
, west of Chain of Rocks, in a licrium neighbor
' hood, 40 acres in cullivjtion, 40 acres fino limber,
1 hou'e, suioko house, good will, stable, tobacco
, barn, apple nnd peach orchard, new school houe
close at hand. Prico 4-20 pir ncro, half cash,
baUnce on time.
I No. Ill Improved f.irm of 200 acies t niMrs
east or Troy nn.l 2 milts of .Moscow mills, lno
, acres fenced, 0 acres in cultivation, 20 acres in
gr.iss, 101 acres timber, 2 slory house, 2lx.1d,
cellar under it, smoko house, splendid well, ai.i
bies, large crib, 2 tubicco bains, 151) apple trees,
piurs, pc.iclnis, eliinies, grapes. Land produced
.Ml bushels coin per aero this yen. New school
house compute 1 nnd p.iid for convenient. Price
5H per nerc, half cash, balance on time,
i No. II 140 aori, improved larm, 50 acres
, fineul and in cultivation, splendid timber, in
cluding a good sugirramp, Jill bra ring Irtiit tries,
two-story log hou-e, lathed and plosti-n-d, smoke
touto and uutbuilding., .'I splendid springs on
the farm, Thit l.irni . five miles from Troy and
halt that distance from .St L A- K ltallro.id. Price
; i.i 10 casn.
No. I.' 1150 acres of splendid liiid located
near tho north line of ihls r. untv. The rock
road from Auburn and the?t LA- Iv'Hr boih run
through this tract. About unclinlf of this land
Is fenced ami h,i six dwelling htiuc Incited at
different point" on It. Stables, cribs and tobacco
barns a,o largo and well built, ami at convenient
points on the la.m. '1 ho entire tract is offered :it
tho very low figure ol 520 per acre. Or wo will
fell tracts of 1-0 acres, 120 acres, 100 acres 200
acres; at a small advance on tho nbow iiricc.
, according to the iaip'ovcracuts nnd loc ition of
i the particular In.ct desired by the purchaser
I No. It! Improved farm of 80 neres fenre.l
and 40 neres in cultivation, largo house, l'tf
stories nign nnd a kitchen 12x lei; spring within
shrt distance, 4 good spiings on place ; ICO
fruit trees of apples, peaches, cherries, plums,
rears i within one milo of a gilst nnd saw mill,
H. "' of Tro,. Priced perneie. '
, AO. 17 141 ncrc, small houso and ubout 15
ncrc' cleared nnd under fence, 12'J acre, of
'"'I?"' ija!" n"rt1' f Trov. Prico 5oo.
0 1 lour well Improved, splendid farms,
; lying in one bodv of 525 acres; will be sold
separately or together. IrSO acres has large
i dwelling touSO With 7 rooms. 5 nnrlm. ..I
the boue new, beautiful sito, with Inrge.hade
, tree, in yard, 2 tenant houses in the yard, ,muke
' house, well of living water nnd a cistern, now
barn 36i44 ; old stable ; granary, corn crib;
plenty of itock water; 500 young thrifty apple
tree, of selected fruit, 100 choice lrult trees in
bearing, and never fail any year. All well
fenced in fields of convenient site, pastures and
meadow, well set in grass and clover, 30 acre, of
fine timber. This is, and ha, been lor years,
, the model farm of the township. Price $35 per
acre, 1C0 acre, ha, dwelling hou.o iy2 etorios
, high. 1,18 x20 with L kitchen, corn crib and
stable, all new ; 40 acrei fenced and in cultiva
tion, 120 timber. Prieo S20neracro. 120 h
dwelling lflx:'3 with L porch on south side of
uuu.c, rraone nouie. cistern well, stable, and
cribs; land all well fenced, 80 acres in cultiva
tion and meadow. Prico 25 dols. per acre. 85J
acres, 40 acres in cultivation, 15 acrei meadow.
no buildings, 30 oe-rr, timber. Price 20 dol,. per
acre. Price of tho entiro tract of 525J4 acres,
, $22 50 per acic. Term, 3,000 dol. cash, balunco
No. 10 New two , lory dwelling nnd Slot, In
town of Troy. House 16x26 with L 10x28, por
tico In front and norch on bark. 8 la ri-n rnntnt n
cloict, well of living water, large cistern; smoko
uuu.o uuu siuuic. i,urgo number of fruit trees
in Bearing, apples, ncacues. neara. awi rl,,.r.
two thomard dollars.
No. l Improved farm 49 acres of splendid
land In (Jermnn neighborhood, In a high state
v.,,.,, .,.,, B uwciuug nouse.smoKe bouso
and itab e,somo fruit treei. Kurm null i
Within IK mile or Chain of Hock, and IK mile'
of Mouth of Big creek. I'rice 1500 do!,.
In this enlightened ago not many purchasers,
strangers cipcelally, hire conveyances and rido
over the country in ,earch of a farm for sale,
when thT Estate Agency to be found.
We advertise eatenilvely and sy.tem.tlc.lly, and
owners desiring to sell, and purchasers wl.hlng
i 10 ouy, eacn earnestly hunting for the othor and
bis own Intereit, secure the greatest pnolble
i jaiciy .nu Ucipatch on tho ono hand, and tho
I penio of time and moaey for soarch m
the other, by placing in our Ageuoy tho talo or
' purcua e of any proporty.
Wo require parties desiring to toll properly to
sign a contract detcriblng the same, naming the
mo jirojieriy is to remain lor sale,
price and term,, and binding tho owner to nuy
i mir fntn tut. cl nn If -1 i . r .1 "
0UIUI, n rum is uucoicil,
1 o J 1 "10 rrlco ""c ot
ii our commission lor sale will boJ20
Ilcgular commissions on nil sales 2Jf per cent.
I e.Kii & ,Mcia:i.iix,
ubscvllM jr bo UEKAtit.
F. c. CAKE.
rpiic rir.PT TEit.M or the seventh
X r-cislon or thlj Institution will continence
On .Houiiay, .Srplriiibcr 2, 1872,
iMl I IOIK
Ou Friday, January 17, 873.
If You Sock a Good School
for your Son or O ughter, where they will be
cared for both in ichool and family, thoroughly
tnufht, nnd ii'hboI'mik.i BY ltffv sd iikaliii
FVL IMLIRXCKJ, send them to
Send for Circulir.
J. It. ClAI'l-'. .1. M., I'rcVt.
July 31. 1372. 3ui
F. W. HARBAUM,
PH031P1LY ATTi:X!)i:D TO,
AIL WORK WARRANTED,
Constantly on Jllantl.
I have just opened out a NEW
AND COMPLETE STOCK of
Goods in the brick building of Mew.
WoolfoUc cC- Crews, adjoining Mr.
Withroiv's saddle and harness store,
and will keep on hand
CO.MI'LLTi: STOCK OF
The Kittson Icing short I luive ihUriiilntil
OX ALL (100U3.
ZT As I realiicd cnn-lderablo loss by the
burning of my home, stor and stock, I earnestly
call upon all persons who owe mo to settle, I
seed the monoy.
Troy, Mo., Nov. SO, 1S7I.
Schnelle & Querl,
Cur, Main aud Ucslreliau Sis ,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED,
July 21, 1671 ly.
J e welry Store.
I expect to remain In Troy, and
keep at all times n Large and
t'oiniicie Slock of
1 Altlt NT my Jewelry to
bo what I ifpreMiit It. If tJolil,
I tell my customers no; If Plated
I tell litem. Jewelry made or
puicliakcd to order. I keep the
very best American Watches and
Clocks lor sale.
Watches, Clocks ami Jew
elrg Repaired, and all
10 T AND & CHINA Plfifn
I ru',i.,!r,l,0(.!:!lir1 rurchased
best breed of hogsr
a verv luriro Hi. n,..l r....... fc""' '!
1 i AZii:n v ( )M;K
AMorf)s al law a Itral Kslale
: 2 VI""
, and I.anv ,te ,od I.-arge brick dw,lnVULoa?8
44 by 52 (cot front, b ro-m, with hall o C
. tory and croi, hall, on second itory, (IrerlM. i,
each room, celling, 12, 10 nnd 8 feet, csllsr Ig b!
20 feet with ,.no wall, Llvlng'weil of .
water and plenty ot ,lock water on farm, it,
acre, n cultivation, fine orchnrd of select fruVt
to suit purchaser.
sw Acrrs K()( ,
One mil north ot Troy on Loulivllle loud,
.N cc onc .lory cottage dwelling with 4 room,!
mile from St. L. A K. railroad. 40 ace, In c .1.
, tivatlou j young orchard of select fruit, begin,
ning to bear. Low figures and terms to tuit i ut.
,201 Acrrs 0( 3
I Thtco 11 lid a half mllci south of Troy. A
splendid farm, over 100 ncie, in cultivation, n
good dwe ling with 7 orS room,, 2 new barn.,
good outbuilding., plenty ,.f using and stock
water, on a public rood, u fine orchard ofnltci
Trull and small fruits, a fine garden paled in
Dwelling stand, on a nice delation with nlc
,jard. hnllte farm uudcr fence anil ete-ry cm
.jusceptlblo of culthation. Splendid trail of
and, a very disireblc home.and 1, offend ut Tir
1 901 tsni
320 Acrts v..
lour miles .until ,.r Tn.. t...t .
uo acres In cultivation, pralrio laud, frniiK
ilnt.lltrv ulll. A 1 ....t .
, " ku. hi niciinrii 01 seiei-l
(rruit, 1, a flnestock faam, good barns, plenty fin i
I timber to kep placo up, )ileiity uilng snd stoek
j water. In a good ntlghbutbuod aeeessable In all
directions, flood stand for public houie and
j finding quarters. Will sell part or all to suit
purchaser. I'rice vury low.
100 Acres n. c
1'our miles south of Troy, 70 acre, in colli
vntlon, log dwelling ith .1 rooms, meat home
land barn, good well of living water und n suoill
oiehard of fluit trees. Half mile of district
school house, half inilo wet of Snnd Hun cWrh.
some dltaiicu from I'ost 0.i'j and In a g.,oi
neighborhood, Very elitnp und desirable.
20 Acri-s u. s
Four miles north of Troy, 70 acres in a ;c,ol
stele of cultivation, U-storv log dwelling hon-o
I 18 by 2U with L 111 by III, 4 rooms In all, orchard
of select Irtiit of all kinds, 1 mile west of St I
k K. rtllroad, very fine spring of never filling
I water near the Imu-p, I'lHiveiuciit tn schoul snd
I hurclics, In good iielghburliuod, and ut uiv low
.4 l.ois iii Troy. Xn, l o
i Nice piece of properly in Tiny a block of 4
; lots, with comfortable dwelling, g 1 gaidcn,
yard, Ac, on one uf the tiiic-t streets in town.
Cheap for cash,
104 Acrrs No. II
'Z mites east u! t'liaiitllla, log dwelling with
I 2 roons, meat house and excellent cinern, plenty
I of stock water, 10 acres in eultii ation, otlow
I figures and o easy term-.
! 2 Lois ill Trov. 'o.
A erno 1 Tiitoo of nronerty in lli luun nl'
Tioy ints, dwelling houso 'and meat l.ou-e,
cnclorad with gnud feiiee, on u fine street, and
coiDiuuiuis nnneii.ua view ot tne lou. Uheup
1100 Acres ,, 31
Of Innd situated in Linc.dii and l'iku rutin
tie. on tho waters uf Ilryoiu's creek, in survey
17117, within 1! miles of a boat landing on the
MlsM"ippi liier, ami is tlhided into lots of
about 2tui acres .'ac'.i. All thi bind is very val
liable, possesing a soil unsurpassed for produi
tivene.s, with an nbuuibuico of aier for ,nr
lurpnses, piculiuly adapted to fruit growing
and slock r.ii-ing, with eslui-,o iinpri.vt ir.eun
nn oaeh mid crry lot, ninl ilio uncilM nted per
tiuli cupeled nith the fillet 1 inb.'r in imrtliia.t
.Mt.'.ii'iiil. All in nil excellent neight.ui Lmi.f, of
c.is v tie'cep, to cliiitelie. and set. no s, and fioiu
which teams e.m in iko ihtct- liiis to tho river i.i
a day. Tor mi!c in bits to suit uteliiiM'is unit on
term, most liberal indeed. l'cisoo-i dciriii;
homes which v. ill p.iv nnd be- a ble-ssing to tlieiu
ilve. nnd posti-nty, could not do letter thi.v
br.v one or all of these rplciiuid lots : I.imI.
237 1-2 Acres Xr. II
On the Missi.sippi Illuff, 7 mil. west of Cj
a a (iri. nnd 7 units suu'he.i-t of New Hope, on
the IllufTroad, liO fetes in lUltltalion, balaiiv in.
(lno timber, l'r mc ilwelling with I r i , tol
crably good out buiidipgs, d or j iieverfiiling
springs on the place, gnu. I cittern near dour of
dwelling, young nrehnrd of select fi uit, near t..
Il.iptlst n lid Christian t hutches and sehoul hoiie,
miles from Ho bin son's mill und store, iu a very
lino no gliboihnod, splendid wheat, com un'l
stoek farm, tho eery place to mal.o you u good
home nnd to get your money back on. I'ltce
veiy low and term, to suit purchase-, lie In u
hurry else you will be left out In the eold.
Lol in Troy. Xo.
Lot No. 75 In Tioy, n good irn;crty of 4
lots, dwelling with 4 tojms, nieo ynld, horse and
cow lot, a young orchard of select fruit, good
gulden, in a desirable part of town, on n fiutf
street nnd command, a fine view of tho town.
At low figures nnd terms tn suit the purrha-cr.
lluy beforo the St I, k K It It ! completed, nnd
thereby secure yourself a handrotno "rotit.
Troy Properly. No. 18
"Here i, the place In get your money back."
Tho l'oensulot property on Main, Cherry and
Union strict,, three stole rooms, ono fronting on
Main and Cheiry streets, the otner two fronting
on Muin street, all onc-s'ory frame buildings;
and on tho same lot and immediately back of tho
storo room on the corner of Main aiid Chrrrv Is a
one-story frame dwelling with 4 moms. "Thl
property occupies tho very bet location in tho
town of Troy for uny kind of mercantile busi
ness, and will bo fold at very low figures and on
terms exceedingly genirou,. If you deslto tho
best business stand iu Troy you will find it to
your interest to bo up and doing, cite you will
lose a bargain worth having.
140 Acres. No. 17
LOOK 1IEKE, VE STOCK MEN I 140
acre, lu a fine statu of cultivation, 100 acre, in
grass, balance ready for any kind of grain, all
under good fencing in 3 field,, on the Troy and
Auburn road, a part of the Jonah Morris farm, T
mile, fram Troy nnd 3 miles south from Auburn,
plenty of stock water. 2 building,; also tho un
divided ono fifth part or 200 acre, of good tim
bered land one milo vet of the 140 aero tract,
which 1, also a port of tho Jonah Moiri, farm.
These land, are within ft short distanco of the
St L -t K It H. are very vnlunblo and in n good
condition to yield nn hundredfold. Price 1,000,
too cheap to talk about, terms liberal,
210 Acres n, jg
Two nnd a half mile, north of Troy on the
Troy and Louisville road, 130 acre, In a fine state
of cultivation, 25 acres In meadow well taken
in timothy, 4 acres In orchard of choice summer,
fall and winter fruit, and tho rest of the farm In
timber and very rich land. Tlenty of pure
running water through the farm at all seasons
of the year, at convenient distance, from brn
yard, a well of fine cold wator having an average
throughout the year a depth of 8 ft, convenient
to homo. Fences all In good repair. Tho tils
bio land is fresh, having been cleared within the
past ljyr, and ha, been well kept up by lb
clover system of culture, and is adapted to the
growth of wheat, ccrn, tobacco, grass and fruit
Two story framo house with 4 rooms, kitchen n4
meat linueo, bam, liable crib, aud ice houie.
Too nt L K Itr passes thro' the farm, goo
S'rll ,cbool within half mile 0f 10U. prce
d?l, m i" hand balauce in 1 and 2 years-
10 Acres $, 19
2Ja miles north of Troy, adjoining farm No.
18, 40 acre, In cultivation and very rich land,
novor failirg stream of water run, through the
farm, spring of fmo water near Improvement!.
Comfortable cabin, ,,g etaLIu. com crib 4o.
ot L i K Hr runs through till, laud. The land
not cleared Is splendid soil and heavily timbered.
Near a district school houso. l'rloe 2,000, 1,500
in hand, bolanco lu I and 2 years.
80 Acm jf, 20
2 miles cait nf Troy on Frenchman, bluff.
JO acre. In cultivation, balance In flno timber, rich
...wiiuriiiuio dwelling, stable nnd out bW'
Uigi. tlood chance fonmull home ou ctsy term-
WllWooi, Ho., .y n,ul ' KOiK
a ex. Urcrt b calllna on ui.