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ALMOST A FAIRY TALE RE
The Hudson Regiitrr gives the account
tfacoupl of lost children, which lonndl
likt th "Babct in the Woo.lf," wliith
our little folk love to read ef and to
Imii the aiory told them when the twi
light deepens and the shadow! lengthD
ob the wilU :
Avery touching atorjf, similar to the
ta!e of "The Babes in the Woods."
comes to u from (Jrecn Hiver, in tie
town of Hinsdale. A few days sinrc
three children of John Foloy, residing
on the mountain east of that place, agtd
respectively four, six, and eight, became
lost in tho mountain woods. The firtt
was a little eirl. the other two were
They went to play noar the houpc, and
strayed away after huckleberries into the
woods. The mother missed them, and
blew her dinner horn all around for :
mile near the houac, but could get no an
ver. That mailt it rained verr hard
The next day word was sent to the vil
lage of Green River by tho frantic
mother, and all the people turned out
nd went in search of the children.
Every man was fitted out with bread,
meat and stimulant', in cam hey alinu d
find them. All was a v.mt wildon.e.s
for miles around, ao the men went iu dif
Fear were entertained that the chil
dren might be attacked by wild beasts,
a Mr. Charles Jones, whi'e hunting
on thii mountain, had discovered time
wild cats, which escaped before he could
get near enough to shoot them. The
mother stood in thcdonr wringing and
twisting her hands, encnuraging the
hunters to be valiant, for she said thiy
were barefooted and bareheaded, and
would soon starve ; they were t.ever away
from borne before, and the nearest home
was about three or four miles distant, and
even to this they hid never been.
About 3 e'elock a little son of Mr.
Iogernoll, while hunting in the woods
for lost cattle, discovered the three litt e
creatures huddled together under a trie
nd covered with leaves. They put up
tbeir hands and began to cry when they
discovered the boy Inpermll. He led
thorn along to the open field, and so on
to the bouse, and the joy of the mother
may well be imagined. She ran to meet
them, screaming and crying, and, catch
log tbe first one in her arms hugging
that one for a moment, then letting it
down and taking another one and prciMd
that to ber heart, and so on fur nearly!
an hour before she became calmed. By
this timo all the hunters had returned'
from the search, aod they too, had to
kit and hold the children, and unbidden
tears came to the eyes of great stalwart
men who- had never shown tears since
One of tb men took tho little girl in
hi lap, and asked her if she slept any.
She replied laughing:
"Ye ; I put on Johnny's cap, and put
my feet on Put, aod the rain came ri.ht
down on me,"
When found they were all wet to tl e
skin, and would most likely have died in
tbe course of another day if they had
not been found. They say they lieu i d
their mother' dinner horn that night,
but dared not leave the trco that they were
wider for fear of getting further away.
TRUST CHILD REX.
A cousin oT mine in Cliarlestown Lav
inp passed away, if became proper that I
ihouhl attend her funeral. It was school
afternoon. I did not diMiiiss the
soholars; and, at they disliked u mon
itor, I hit upon tbe fulluwfti'' plan of
learing them; I placed In the chuir tho
lar't, old fashioned slate, (it I ml hern
roy father'), wrote upon it the name nf
th scholars in the order in which
ihey tat, and arranged the needle work
and readme for 1 always hud mi mo in
teresting work read aloud every afiernni n
by some elder pupil and then (-aid :
"Now, children, when the clock strike
five, leave your scats orderly, mo to uiy
chair, and plac by each of your name
n unit fur good behavior, and a crosH Inr
bad. When I rtturn I shall nnxinus'y
look at tho slate; and, in tho morning,
when you nre all assembled, I will read
the litt nloud, that everything be con
firmed ; but 1 trust you."
On my return I visited ihe school
room, and found but ouo cross upon th
ulatc, and where I least expected it ap
pended to tho naino of boa-jtiful, open,
bright, brave child, who then promised
Much to the world, th fact of having
rich parents being hir greatest drawback,
Sho was tho lust child in th tebool that
1 should have thought capable of any
tsjitconduct. Tbo Dinning came, tho
lut was rad; it proved truthful. Wbn
cam to (hi namo, I said :
"My dear child, yo must explain.
What is this? What did ym doT"
Looking up to in With tkotv woullul
fML. . tpan mUk otslft
which ever mad her an object of sicrcd
interest, sho replied ;
"I laughed aloud ; t laughed sao re
than once; 1 coul.ln't help it because
th alata was keeping school?"
rlllS BAKERY WILL SUPPLY "SOU WITH
Mfflif, Hen I Hi Inl Bread,
Chiantr ihm yuu can make it, aivl tare
gnu the vexation of of tin tiring all your
1 cant una Dough turn out badly.
The spring nnd summer season will tor n bo
tier-, anil in older to make It profitable to inr
customers by furnishing ttietn bread cheaper than
they hiiTe hcrcir.f-ra been able to get It, I will
fell tlcke't, each lit whie.h wilt le good Cur n len
rent limf of krc.nl, at the rate of 13 (or $1, thua
giving $1.30 north of brcid for a dollir.
MY STOCK OF
Is LAHME AND V UUEI), A Nil I KEEP
THE FtXKU QUALITIES A3
WE Mi As' STICK CANDIES.
Aim, Fig. Hm'tlnt, ipe., ami nil kinds of
Cakcx i omul, Sponge, Lemon,
Tin, Scutch ami (1 inner
All kinds of Cakis ami J'lisriis maile to
nnlrr. All nrder$ should be given at
least ico days in advance.
'MRS, MARY SEDLACEK'S
NOTION & GROCERY STORE,
For cheap groceries and provisions,
and everything in f'egrocery
line, such as
(io to .Mrs. Scdlacck's.
Persons n'leljte-1 to me are earnestly re
iiuested to call and settle last ve.ir's account.
.llrx. .11. KSiBlljAt'i.K.
Feb'y 1, 1172.
.VLL AT THE
CHEAP CASH STORI
JACKSON t HUTT
OUR SUMMER STOCK
READY FOR INSPECTION,
A A D WH WIM
ix Tim poiiTiOWi.xr:
LINE OF GOODS:
Tallu III in iika
Fitie V, lulu Flanufcls
Pl.ii.l i l licck "
JS lucW Aliaeits
Wjito Silk Velicts
Heavy Jeans .
llin? Comb Quilts
Oi iilleincn's lluritr'
Crnslus, bru i bleach'd, I.ailli's llofiery
1 1 a m I. n r; IMglngs
Cnricts. low to lino,
l'illovr Case Cotton
Merino Vests and
HATS AIVr CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Lactic' and .HiNsr.s'. Cslailurx,
i Ml O CJE K IJE S ,
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR,
Bfcr, Spice, and Ever (dug Nicr,
ANYTHING VOU WANT,
fl CALL AND SUE.
JAKSO. Si II I I I .
TltOV, MO. March 7, 1812 norK'Hyl
OTICi: is hereby given that letter of ad
1 uilnistratlon were granted to the under
slj.ieil on the e.tnto of Henry Q ilgler, dro'd
hy the Clerk of Ihe I'rohale Court of Lincoln
county, Mo., on the lOlli day of July, 1872.
Persons having c'aiini Hgulnit said estate are
require! to czhihlt them to ths udminlsfrilor
within one j ear from the dale of said letters, or
they may bo precluded from any honollt id said
estate) and if not exhilil el within two years
from tho dale of said letters, Ihev will be forever
barred. IJul.H I)AVII T. WADDV. -dru'r
NOTICE Is hereby then that the undersigned
uduiintstMtor of tho estate uf Klliha W,
liast, deceased, will make a final itttlemcm
nt hit administration of said estate at the next
term vt Ihe Probate Court of Lincoln county,
Mo., to be beicuu and held nt Ihi court house In
Vroy on Oo icCr.4sXomta7 In October, 1872. ,
. ft smOi, A4mV
CAKH A ROGERS' COLUMN. ,
ITEFOTin PtTvCllASINO CAM, AT OUIt
D SHOP AT THE TAX YAllD IX TIIOY
OUIt IiAItCH STOCK OK
Hiding D idles.
Opfii-fji p work do,,
Ilame St r i ti ,
IKiir Siiilille Giiths.
I.eatliei S nlilii) 'iirths,
Web Saddle Girths,
Plow Hear, kc.
Boys' and Girls'
Boots and Shoe
of Kvery Style,
Done tvifh Neatness and Dispatch.
Hides and Tallow.
BOOT AND SHOE
W'c tnnnufactuee our Boots and Shnes,
Sadrilo', llarnem and Collars out uf
Leather of our own Tunninc, uml uro
tho only portions in Troy who manufac
ture out of Leather made at our yurd.
Goods and prices warranted io
CAKE & HO&EJIS.
J. il. JleEEM.AN
CAKE & JUoLELLAN,
Real Estate Agents,
Troy, Lincoln f ouoiy, M.
Buy and Sell Land, Pay axes lor Non
resident, CJIvc Abstracts of lltlcs.
Write Deeds, .Mortgages. Plata
ot Lands, Ac.
Thry (iffcr for Sale the Following
No. I Improve I farm, 189 acres, :i mlle
dorlhwist ot Auluirn, 2 mile of rulliond and 2
miles of ruck road, .15 acres In culllvatlon. 151
acres tlttidlt tluJbtr, hcweiUlog Imuso sto
ries, slnlilo and c rn crib. Price (iiw, one third
cash, balance nn time.
No. Coal land (i miles soulhwe't nf Tro",
411 acres In the middle of the cicl fields and
ihin 106 yards of (lie shaft at the Link mine.
Price .'20110, h.iir e.ish, balance on time.
J,'n. It 201 acres unliniiroviil timber land
SJi miles sonlli if Mlllwouil .1.11I adjoining Wi si
pr.ilile. l'lioc;SUl, third cash, balance on lonj;
No. S Hone and lot In Troy, fiame house
30 by 4U oiul one story high, 4 moms, clnct,
finoko house, elsurn, shiubbery, Ac., lot llltl I,)
h II ni l, 2 0 yards In lu toun ring. Prioe an I
terms $IUIIu in-li,
No. II Piirra of 1 1 tl acres, 1f miles of Mos
cow Mill, 20 iter s in cultivation, IM.1 .1 re g I
tlmuir, In In nrinjr peaeh tiers I'rieo 520 ier
ucre, tivn-lhird. cash, halatieo on tltue.
Nil 7 M aere tlml i r land, umlerlai 1 with
coal, miles nt Moc.mv. Prico ?2J .er acre,
tsii Jhtnls cash, halauce on time,
Nn. H Improved farm of P.IJf nercs, on"
mile from tho court huue in 'liny, 2i a resin
cultivation, 2.t .u'res in iatuie and ine.iiloiv, I On
fne iir old nprili' lree. 25 n nch tiee", 45 acres
siindid tlinbev, 2 sloiy fr.uni' 14 by 21 im.l it ti
1. 1 stury If liy 24, nil in food rciuilr, sini.ke
house, chicken house, siali'es und cub, A No. 1
IiiImimo tarn ol fi turs, gmul II, Price an t
tenns S(5 cuh 1 1 r ncre. .lutl the lai'e lur n
' inriin who ili slres to carry on i small tarm.iind
n ! grl the UncUt of good school in 'I ruy lur
his eh I'lrcti.
I Nir. () Imjirnud f inn of SO artc "H mile.
c.ist ol Truv, 25 acres it. cuHvutinu, 5j nr e
, gno'J tlinlitr, log hoii'e 10 In IS, I ijfstorips. stnuke
linus.', colli enli and slnl 1.'5 )uiing (run
t ei s in l.e.iiliig. Prl e f.:o er neie,"tvo thinl-
ctish hat.inco i n time.
No. 10 Improved farm of M acres 2 iu!l.
, simih nt Troj, Hi ncrc- In eulllvutinn. 15 ncir,
' in glass uml :io u,res limber, hnii-u 115 by IS, IJi
' stories, kitchen H l in, siiml.c tixti ei'lhir.
stable eluded on two slJes, prmiiry, crib und h"ii
houc. All theo 1 nililin-.'s art, iu- and sub
stnnliiil. Well nnil .nnd ot slink w.itet, 25 n.
pie, 25 peach ami li pour Irns nf i x-i llent Inn .
I'llce :iil dols. perucie, Iwo tl.inl- iasn balance
Nil. 1 1 I.nprotcd furni of 211(1 nerei. 5 mill
northwest nf 'I roy, 71) nm m culm uiion, l.lf
ncrc timber, 2 story house is .y20itli L kit-
clitn 1(1 by 21 one story, s ke h..ue with ecllni
under it 7 H deip, stnl.ln, i iiru crib, new 7-t er
tobacco lum, splendid on lnrd ol ;:iit treis In
bearing const. Hug f apple, piaehcs, pears,
)ilutns, aprieiits, neclariiic., i berries. New mid
coininodinti school houso ncir. I'rieo 21) iluls
per acre, hull' cash, balance on time without in
terest. No 12 Improved firm of SO acres 2i mile,
west of Chain of Hocks, in a flcrium n.L-hbur
ho..d, -ill acres in cultivation, 4" m-res fine limber,
hoii.e, snioke house, good will, stable, tobacco
bam, apple and pe.ieh nrehnnl, new school house
cloc nt hand. Price J20 ncr acre, half c-iish.
bal.inco on time.
No. IU Improved farm of 200 acres 4 miles
east of Troi and 2 tulles of Muscusr nulls, lull
ceres fenced, 11 nc.-cj in cultivation. 20 acres h,
j grass, 101 acres timber, 2 story house, 2 l3u,
cellar under it, stnuke home, splendid well, sin-
I hies, large crib, 2 tobacco nuns, I5tl apple Irees,
pears, peaches, cherries, jrapes. Land produced
50 bushels coin per .uro this yen. New school
house completed and paid fur convenient. Price
per ncre, half cash, balance on time.
j Nn. I I M0 acres, Improved Inrin, 50 acres
fenced and in cultivation, splendid limber, in
cluding a good sugir camp, SO hearing fruit trees,
to-sloiy lug houtc, lathed and plastered, snioki
house and outbuilding., ;! splendid spiingi on
the farm, This Inr m Is !i e miles from Tiny and
halt that distance fiumSt 1, ,t K Hailroad. Price
Nil. 1.1 1 150 acres of splenlid land Incited
i near Iho north line of this eniintv. The rock
road from Auburn and Iho St LA "llrboih run
thruugli this tract. About one half of this land
Is fenced and lias six dwelling houses Incited nt
different points on It. Stables, cribs nnd to Micco
barns a e large and well built, and nt convenient
points on the -aiia. '1 fin entire, tract isnfferedut
mo very tow tiiruro ol 2' per acre. Or we will
sen nacis ol to acres 1 20 acres, I till nercs, 2110
acres; ut n small advance on ihe abnvo price,
nceonling to the .iinp'oveine nts and loe itlon ol
tnc tiarttuiiar ln.cfdesired by the purchaser
" Hi lmproied farm of 80 acres fenced
nnu w aires m cultivation, large house, 't
"""" '"K" n Micntn isx inj spring u itliin
snort instance, 4 good spiings on place ; 11.0
fruit trees of apple,, peaches, cherries, plums,
fears : within one mile of a grift and saw mill,
tyi Hums rouiii oi jroi. I'rlee s-is ncr ucio
No. I . 144 acres, Mini 1 1 Imuso and nheuit 15
acres tiearel uml under fence, 1211 acres uf
iiiniier, ;i inKes norlh of Trov. Prlco $500.
No. 1M Puur well improved, splendid l.irnis
lying in one boil-ol 525 JiJ acres ; will be sold
uparaie-iy or together, liltl acres ha large
iiiveinng i uti.e w itli 7 rooms, 2 porches, pirt ol
n"- i'e-4uiiiiu sue, wiiu large snaile
trees li. yard, 2 tenant houses in thoinrd, sm.ikc
.-..It 1 1 . . .
'I,lu'li "i niiiig wuicr ami a cistern, now
tiarn .iowijoll stablo! granary, rorn crib
pieniy in much water; 500 jou"B thrilty ai.plo
trees of selected Iruit, III) ehoico Irult trees in
beating, and never fall any year. All well
lenceel in Uclels of convenient sno. leinturns uml
meadows well set In grass and clover, :lu acres ol
uno umi.cr. lliis is,n,l has been lor years.
tho model farm of the township. Price $:)5 per
acre 100 acres has dwu'llng hou e 1 Ji, stories
high. IslH x20 with L kitchen, corn crib nnd
8iaui, uii new ; 40 nerej fo'.ced and In eultivn
tnm, Via timhcr. Price $20 per acre. 120 has
uweiiiug nix:'.-! with I. porch on soutli side of
nouse, smoKo House, cistern well, stables nnd
erios; lutui nil well fi'iieed, 00 acres in cultiv
lion ami meadow. Prico 25 dels, por uero. 85)4
ue-ie-s, ho neres in cultivation, 10 acres inenuuw
no buildings, 30 ncres limber. Prico 2(1 dols. per
acre. Prico of iho entire, Irnet of 525)$ ncres,
$22 50 per aero. Terms 3,000 del. cash, balanco
I No. IO New two story duelling nnd 8 lots in
own oi .roy. houso lfix20 with L 10x28, por
tleo in front and noreh on back. 0 In rcn riinnis. i
cloict, well of liilng water, large cistern; suioko
houso ami amine, i.argo number of fruit trees
in oenring. n pies, peaches, pears, sweet elier
rles, innillln cherries, plums, tiuinccs, Ao, W th
in two squnros ol churches and echools. Price
mo muusaru uoitars.
ru. ai Improved farm 19 acres of splendid
land In a Herman neighborhood, in n high state
tunisa.iuu, gnim niveiling IIOUSC, Sllloku llOII
ami stub o.somo fruit irens Par... ...n 1
Within yt mile of Chain of ltoeks nnd IK tullii
ui .mouiii oi ing creek. 1'rlco 1500 do!s.
In this enlightened age not many purchasers
ttrangers especially, hire conveyances and rldo
over mo country In search of a farm fur sale
when there Is a Hc.il Estate Agency to bo fuind
We advertise extensively and systematically, nnd
owners desliing to sell, and purchasers wishing
io Duy, cacn earnestly bunting for tbo other and
his own Interest, socure the greatest possible
mm; mm uesp.iicii on the ono hand, mid th
least expense ol lime and uiiriey lor search on
the other, by placing in our Agency the salo or
jniivna w ui uuy property.
We require parlies desiring to sell property to
sign a oiintract describing the same, naming the
eng. ii ui nun, mo property la to remain for sale,
prlca nnd lertni, und binding tho owner to pay
our commission If n sale Is effected.
1 u If tho prico docs not
...ruiil CQIIO t, . . .... ......
"ui I'liiiiiuissmn lor sate will bo f iu,
sseguior commissions on all sales 2'$ per cent,
. CAItK i Mcl.KI.I.AN,
F- c. OAKt,
Tin: rinsT thu.m or thk ki:vi:ntii
.Session of this Institution will coiuinenco
On Monday, Srnlrmber , IS72,
AMI I Mill!
On Friday, January 17, 1873.
If Yon Seek a Good School
fur your Son or D lighter, whero thoy will ho
cared for both in school and family, thoroughly
laiiiiht, and sUKRnVNIiK nr llsl'I'T s.M) HKil.TIt
rvt. txKi.CKirm, rend thciu to
Uhrisl inn ftssfitsr! e.
fJS Send for Hrculir.
.1. It. iAI I', A. M I'rcs't.
July 31. 1S72. 3tn
F. W. HARBAUM,
f i 1
PROMPTLY ATN.N'IU.!) TO.
AIL WORK WARRANTED,
CoiiKtmiTl' on ;iTand.
lull- 17. 1S72 ly.
I have just opened out a KEIV
AjD COMPLETE STOCK of
(iooils in the tir.ci build in t of Mess.
II oolfoic tv Cmvs, adjoining Mr.
Withronfs saddle, and harness store.
and tuill icep on hand
COMPLETE STOCK OF
The Season heinn short I have ilctcrminni
OX ALL (100DS.
,! As I reiiizcd conddcrnblc loss bv the
burning of my liome, store, nnd s lock, I earnestly
call upon all persons who owe mo to settle. I
peed the monov.
Mo., Nov. 30, 1871.
Schnelle & ftuerl,
Cor. Main and Dcslrclmu Sis.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
July 21, 1871 1v.
I expert to remain In Troy, olid
keep nt all iluius u I. urge ami
fomplete Slock of
I WAltH SIT my Jewelry to
bo what I rcprekcut It. If (iiild.
I tell my cumouiits, m; If Haled
I tell them. Jewelry made or
puicliantil lu urder. I keep tin
very bes.t American H'ntcliea ami
Cloi ks (or Mile.
Watches, ( Uivkx and Jew
elnj Repaired, and all
)Vo k Warranted.
I IUVK for salo
thebe'.i ,,!'.!!m br''1! V''' I'trel'aied
igs ol Me.srs. Kl,...
o i tho Poim l ,,
fchnrlc.toii.III.. 1,,' , '.'...,. r
best breed of Inc. r,1P ,., !: ""'" x"a
very Lirgo slue, ami in. .,'i
'7 l,'K '" "nd fallen well nt anv ae.n
Vrlco lor choice mi.. ,..i , k
iter, jreek. old, 10. ' ' 41 -V ."A T T""
I ItAZIlllJ & ;OM;E;Bir,
AHorarys at Law& Real IMatf
120 Acres Ko .
-I wo and halt mile, nest of Troy on TruiV
and Dnnvlilo road. l.nr..o brlel .i.m. . '"n
41 by 52 leol front, 8 ro-m, with hai VT.
ilnrvini urn., ti 1 1 . ..n .1 . H . u'l
, ".: ."" """us seory, uro plai
ench Mum, oelllngs 12, 10 nnd 8 feet, cellar I
1 H reel. .Il. Ik L.
li.el llh .I..,.. ...II. tl.i. ' '
- - "nun. iving well ot fcrrs
water nnd plenty ol stock water nn tiffin r m
acres In culllvatlon, line orchard 0r (eleet fri
of nil kinds j all the luud under fence. On roi,l
Icadlne to coal fiilds. At loir figures and tern,
to suit purchaser.
80 Atres j0 j
One mil north ot Troy nn tniilsvllle roadi
Nice one story eoltngo dwelling with 4 rooms: t
nillo froniM L. A K. ratl.oad. 40 neies in col.
tlvatiun j young orchard of select fruit, begin,
rung to bear. Low figures nnd terms to suit hum
201 Acres , 3
Threo nnd a half nillcn south nr Trot. A
splendid farm, over 100 nercs in cultivation, if
good dwelling with 7 or H rooms, 2 new barns,
good outbuilding!, plenty or using anil stock
water, on a tuiblio road, a lino orchard of select
fruit nnd small fruits, n Quo garden paled In,
HwollinR stands on h nlco clevutlon wiih nlc
jnrd. Kutiie farm under fence and eicry acrn
susceptible (,r cultivation, gpiendld tract of
and, ii very deslrublo homc.and is offered at very
aztj Acres v. 4
I'ulir miles Snulh of Triw nn M.l ... ....I
200 ncres In Cllltilllllllll. I.rnlrln ln..,l. Cm.
tnclltng with B rooms, unoil urebaril i,f r,l...i
fiult, is 11 fine stuck laatu, good barus, plenty fine
Umber In keep idace up, plentv uslnir snd stock
nuler. in n guud neighborhood nccessable In all
directions. tJood stnud fur public housu and
finding quarters. Will sell part or ail to suit
purchasers Price vory low.
100 Acres No, 6
Four uillta south of Troy, 70 acres in culll
vaitoii, lug dwelling with 3 rooms, meat In. 11,9
and b.irii,go.id well of living wate-r and 11 small
oiehaid of Iruit trees, u( id it 0 of ills rtct
rchniil house, half mile west ol fund Bun church,
same distance from Post Oa'j mid In a good
nelg1 biirhood. Very cheap and dcrlrablo.
200 Acres x, s
I'our miles north of Troy, 70 acres in 11 5001I
state id cullliiitlnn, 2-stury leg dwelling house
13 by 20 with L 111 by 20, 4 rooms in ull, orchard
of select liult of nil kinds, 1 mile wist of St.
A K. railroad, lery fine spring of never fulling
wall r near tho hoiic, eonvcnleiit to seliool and
ihiiri hes, In gnnd iiclgliborhood, nnd at very low
! I.ttis jn Troys No, in
Nice piece ol properly in Trnv a block of 4
lots, Willi comfortable dwelling, g 1 garden,
yard, Ac, nn one of the finest streets in tuur,.
Cheap for cash.
IUI Arres No. 1
'J miles east of Chantilla, log dwelling with
roirns, meat houso ami excellent elslorn. tden'v
of stock water, 40 acre's in cultivation, at low
figuies and ol easy terms.
2 Lois in Troy. No. !2
A goo I piece of property in tbo ton not'
Troj 2 Hits, dwelling house 'and mint hou'r,
eiiclo'od with good letiee, nn a flnu street, and
coiuinands a spl"ndid view of tho town. I'lii-ap
1100 Arres N. Si
Of land situated in Lincoln an I Piko e-oitti-tlc
on llio waters of Jlrynnt's cieek. in surny
1737, niihin 3 miles of n boat landing on thu
Mississippi river, and is divided inin lots of
about 200 acres ench. All this land i very ia.
liable, possessing a soil tinsiirpasscd for pruduc
liieness, wilh nn nluniliiic of inler lor .ill
purposes, peculi-irly nd.ipled to fruit growing,
and stock raising, with cxtensivn iinproiements
nn each and every lot, and Ihe uneiiltit nti d por
tion enured with tho finest liinl,ir in northeast
.Missinuii, All ill an cxecllent lieighbul hond, e,r
easv ace'iss to ehuiehcs und schools, and from
which teams can m ike three hips tn the river in
a day. l'nr -n'e in lots tn suit purchasers and mi
terms must liberal indeed. Pcrsuus desiring
humoi whii-h will pnyind be a blessing tn them
selves and posterity, could not do better than
buy ono or nil of these splendid lots of land,
257 1-2 Acres Nr. II
On Ihe Mississippi flitiff, 7 miles west of Cap
an (iris and 7 miles southeast of New Hope, on
the lllulT road, I'll ncres in cultivation, li.ilai.co in
line timber l r inc dwelling with 5 r urns, tot
erably good out buildings, I or 5 ncverfailiug
springs on the place, good ei-tcrn near diior of
dwelling, young orchard of select fiult.ncartn
Il.iptist and Clulsti'in churches nnd school house,
3 miles fium Holiinsun's mill and store, in a verv
flue uc giihiirhiinii, splendid wheat, corn oini
stue-k Inrin, the lery place to make inu a gnnd
homo nnd to get your moni'y back 'mi. Pi ico
vi" y low and terms to suit purchasers, lie In a
hurry lIsc joii will be left out in the void.
Lot in Troy. No. I '
Lot No. 75 in Troy, a good properly of 4
lots, dwelling wilh 4 ro ims, nlco yard, hnrsoand
enw lot, a young orchard of select Irult, good
garden, in a desirable part of town, on a finu
street nnd commands a fine view of Ihe town.
At low figuris and terms to suit the purchaser.
lnv before the St I, A K It It Is completed, nnd
thereby secure yourself n handrome rofit.
Troy I'rojieny. No. I
"Hero Is the place tn got your money back."
Tho Poensalot property on Main, Cherry and
Union streets, three storo rooms, ono fronting on
Main and Cherry streets, tho otner two fronting
on Main street, nil onc-s'ory frame buildings;
and on tho same lot nnd immediately back of the
storo room on the corner of Main and Cherry is
one-story traino dwelling with 4 rooms. Thi
property occutdes the very best location In tho
town of Troy for any hind of loercjnlllo busi
ness, nnd will bo sold nt very low figures and oh
terms exceedingly generous. If you de-slio tlm
best business stand in Troy you will find it to
your interest to ho up and doing, else yuu will
lose n bargain worth having.
110 Acres. No. 17
LOOK HKr.E, YE STOCK J1EN1 140
ncres In n fine stale of culllvatlon, IHO acres in
grass, balance ready for any kind of grain, all
under Rood lencing In 3 fields, on Iho Troy nnd
Auburn road, a art of th Jonah Morris farm, 7
miles Train Tmv and 3 miles south Irom Auburn,
plenty of stock lvaler, 2 buildings ; also the un
divided ono finii part of 200 acres of good lim
bered land one lu i Io west of the 140 aero tract,
which is also n part of the Jonah Moirls Inrin.
Theso lands are within a short distance of tho
St L A K H H are very valuable and in n good
condition tnyiold an hundred fold. Price 1,000,
too cheap to talk about, terms liberal.
210 Acres No. 18
Two and a half miles north of Troy on tho
Troy and Louisville toad, 130 acres in a fine state
of cultivation, 25 acres in meadow well taken
In timothy, 4 ncres in orchard of choice summer,
fall nnd winter fruit, and tbo rest of the farm in
timber and very rich land. Plenty of puro
running wnter through tho farm at all seasons
of Iho year, nt convenient distances ft. m barn
yard, n well of fine cold wator having an average
thioiiKhout tho year n depth of 8 fi, convenient
to house. Fence, all in good repair. Tho tila
bio and ist fresh, having boon cleared within the
past I5yrs nnd has been well kept up by the
clover system of culture, and is adapted In tho
growth of wheat, crrn, tobacco, grass and fruit,
rwostor,- fiuino houso with i rooms, kitchen and
meat house, bam, stablo cribs nnd ico liouic.
Tho Pt L A K llr passes thro' the farm, gwd
district school wiihin half inllo of house. I'rieo
fiilliO dols, 4000 In hand balance In 1 and 2 years.
160 Acres jf,,,
Hi miles north of Troy, adjoining farm No.
18Pi 40 acres in cultivation nnd very rich land,
nover falllrg stream of water runs through tho
Turin, sprin nl lino water near Improvements.
LoinfoNubla cabin. I
I St LA K Hr runs through this and. The lanA
not cleared Is splendid soil and heavily timbered.
Near a district schnnl limi.o l,i, j nun 1.700
' ''''. l"ce In 1 and 2 years,
$0 Afrfs jQ,
2 miles east of Trnv nr, V..n'. bluff.
. 30 ncres In culllvatlon. Imlancn in a,. timi.er. rick
. rrs iu culllvatlon. ba anco n linn limlicr. r Ck
1 f""' c'""rnr"'"l.i dwelling, stable and out build.
lings. Hood chonco fur ....all i,nm. ... i.ms.
V i'artle. wishing to sell or buv will cons.ll
iMos(.Mt., Htj jj, lwrf om estef 5 calling on as.