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"DID HE SAY SOT 1
"Vrnrc is heaven? Hew eaa re pt
tbsre? It it ry liifih up, int it?"
Oat spoke tbe child-voics, as tlia liquid
blut eyss looked eagerly into mine,
awaiting the answer. They were the
questions of a coldon-haitoil little one
who had just numbered five maimers,
ad the steed now at my tide, in tbe
bright spring merniac, ber little hands
filled with, the beautiful flowers she o
"Do the children have flower in
heaven, miraou?'1 she aiked firit. "It
would be so nice te put them on our dear
Saviour's head, and let llim be kinp,
just as Eva Morton was queen at the
May patty, wouldn't it, maentna? And
would lav them all around His dear
feet too. far Him to walk on. I think
He loves the darliujj little flowers, ba
cause Ho nikes ie many for us. Don't
That for a whfe chattered on tbe
eweet rippling veice, scarcely waiting far
any reply. But suddenly there was
pause, and a puzzled look cams over ker.
A moment more and it was turne J to me,
with the questions : "Where is heaven,
mamma? How can we get there? It
it very high up, isn't it ?"
"Yes, darling," was the mother's an
swsr. "It is too far off for us to Sod it
alene; hut Jesus tells us to trust our
aelves to Him to put our hand in His,
and He will lead us ilong, day by day,
safely in the right pith toward heaven;
and by and-by He will come for us, and
bring us into II is own beautiful home,
and let us live there with Him for ever
"Dots He say so, mamma?" eagerly
asked the little voice, tremulous with
emotion. And never shall I forget the
expression of lovingjoy that playtd like
a ray of sunlight over the child's
features, when assured that He did say
to; and she added, "Then I know He!
will, because He always does what He
How beautiful this taking God at His
word, trusting always, deubting never;
by tin silken cords of a simple faith
bauud, as it were to the invisible.
Verily "a little child shall lead them."
of hit garden weeded. Jahn contented
himself with taking off tb top of tbe j
weed, it sod cried, "I haro cleared
my path ;" and, having twept away the
leaves, lit went eff to play.
Will wat much longer at work, for be
stopped to take all the weeds up by the
roott, and he waa well ttred wbeu be went
Hut the rain cam down in the nicht
and all the next day, and, when flic boys'
master wcit a few days after to. look st
the two paths, John's wanted weeding as
much at at Grit, while Willie's was clear
and only needed a few turns of the roller
te make it quite neat. So John was pent
back to do his work properly, and very
tired he would have been had not Will
good naturtdly helped him to finish hit
Only thorough work is worth doing.
Faults only half uproeted will appear
again and again, and we shall almost
despair of curing them. Will yeu rv
UAKB & ROGERS' COLUMN. F. c. CAKE.
CALL AT Till:
CHEAP CASH STORE
JACKSON I HUTT
OUR WINTER STOCK
READY FOR INSPECTION,
A VI) WE WILL
IX TUP. 1'OM.OWIXC
.INE OF GOODS:
Fine White Flanntls
PlaiJ i Check '
Wide Silk Velvets
Honey Comb Quilts
Crashes, brn. t bleach'd, Ladies Hosiery
Pillow Case Cotton
Merino Vests and
. FOU.SU BY A DOG.
On Thursday afternoon and Friday
morning the Herald chronicled the fact
that a little bey sevon years old, who had
wandered away from his boms ou Chatham
street, West Side, uud become lust, wat
found by a policeman on Thursday morn
ing crouched in the eorner of a yard at
the corner of Bank and Lake streets,
asleep and half frozen, for the weather
was quite cold. To this should now be
added the fact that tho buy, finding him
self unable to make his way hone, began
to cry, and while thus eujased a large
dog, apparently a cross between the
houud and shepherd breeds, which 'hOvstei
ooy nau never ssen uciorw, came aiong
and, appreciating the boy's distress, toek
up a poMtisn close to the boy, and rt-
maiued en guard before him, lending the
warmth of his shaggy covering to keep
comfortable the feet and limbs of hie
human ward. He was in downright
earnest in his self-imposed guardianship,
for when the officer attempted te arouse
the little sleeper, and take him to the
etatien for better security, the dog mui
fested a disposition to resist any inter
ference with hit charge, aud it required
considerable coaxing on the part of the
patrolman te induce compliance on tbe
part of the canine constable. He finally
conceded the point, however, and suffered
tho little wanderer to be led to the Cen
tral .Station, where he wat given a chance
to get a geod nap on a lounge in a warm
room. But the dog did not desert him
even here, teeming te think the bey
might require further attention, aud he
followed en to tbe atation, stele quietly
into the room where he was taken,
stretched him self on the floor beside
the couch of his little companion, and
when the Sergeant went thither, at seven
o'clock in tbe morning, to look after the
little felbw, the dog manifettud no little
anger at the intrusion, and stuck by tbe
boy with a fidelity at devoted as it was
wonderful. The little fellow waa then
taken to the West Side Station on De
'troit street, the dog still attending him,
and taking p a position at hit feot at
eoon as tbey reached there, and Viewing
11 comers with as eye of jealous end
determined guardianship. What beceate
of the twe after this, beyond the faet
that the boy was rettoreit to, hit besje,
wo know net, but the peculiar and woo
derful conduct or that dog certainly
sjssrvtt aeotien and eeeaatetjdetion
fcer'e takt ef it. Ex.
Corsets, low to fine,
hats Axr caps.
HOOTS AND SHOES-
LailitV anil Jli-.cV (-Initer,
G R O C JS HI IIS,
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR,
' Uice, Spice, and Ever) teiug Nice,
ANYTHING YOU WANT,
BKFOKK PURCHASING CAM, AT OCR
SHOP AT THE TAN YAM) IN THOV
OUR LARGE SI'OCK Of
Open-face work do..
Halter Bridles, nl
' Back Bands,
't AV'acon Martingales.
Hair Saddle Girths.
Leather Saddle Uirths,
Web Saddle Girths,
Plow Gear, &o.
Boys' and Girls'
Boots and Shoes
of Kvery Style,
c-fl- CALL AND SKE.
J ACKSO. fc II I TT.
TROY, MO. March 7, 1872 noT'lyt
MRS. MARY SEDLACEK'S
NOTION & GROCERY STORE,
For cheap groceries and provisionsi
ana everything m the grocery
line, such as
ROOT UP TBE WES, S.
Two fctfi, John airt Will, were em
yleyed by tfeatloiaiw & kp tie pttfM-
Go to Mrs. Sedlacek's,
;CO Persons indebted to me are earnestly re
pelted to call and settle last year i accounti
Mr. JTI. SEDLACEK.i
Feb'y I, 1872.
VOTICK U hereby given that letters of admin
i. i titration were granted to tbe undersigned
on the estate of Thomas F. Foley, deceased,
by tho Clerk of the Probate Court of. Lincoln
county, Mo , on tbe3d day of Sept'r, 1872.
All persons having claims against said estate
are reuuired to exhibit them to tbe administrator
for allowance within one year from the date of
said letters, or tbey mar be precluded from any
benefit of said estate, and If not exhibited within
two yean from the date of said letters they will
uo torevcr barred.
sep!8 ANDREW B. FOLEY, Adm'r,
KtOTIOE li hereby given that letters tea
IS tadeatary were granted to the undersigned
by the Clerk of the Probate Court ot Lincoln
county, Mo., on tbe estate of Mary F. Vertrees
deceased, on tbe 20th day of Sept., 1872.
Allerons living claims against ld e:tt
are required to exhibit then for allowance to tho
Kxeoutcr within one year from the date ot
aid letters, or tbey may be preclrded from any1
benefit of said estate, aid If not exhibited tlthii
tvo years from the dcte or arid lottoK, tv- will
oo lurevcc urrci
Done with Xeainess and Dispatch
Hides and Tallow.
BOOT AND SHOE
We manufactuee our Boots and Shoes,
Saddles, Harness and Collars out of
Leather of our own Tanninp, and are
tho only persons in Troy who manufac
ture out of Leather made at our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
CAKE & McLELLAN,
Real Estate Agents.
Troy, Lincoln Coiiniy, Mo
Iluy and Sell Land, I'ay 'In"" lor Xoli
reslilcnts. CUe Atntractn of Titles,
M'rlte Deeds. Mortpages. Plats
ot 1 an.l", Ac.
They Offer for Sale Hip Following
No. I Improve I farm, 1S9 acres, :t mile
dortbwest ol Auburn, 2 miles of railroad and 2
miles of rock roaJ. .1 ncrc In cultivation, lit
acres fplcndM limber, heived-log houso VA 'n
ric, stable and corn crib. Price $2500, ono third
cash, balance ou time.
Xo. Coal land " miles southwc.t of Troy,
40 acres In the middle of tho cod fields and
lthln 100 yards of the shaft at the Link mine,
l'rlco $2000, half rash, balanco on time.
Xo. 3202 ncrcs unimproved timber land
hi miles south of Millwood a.id adjoining West
prairie. Price S00, third cash, balance on long
Xo. ." lloisc and lot In Troy, frame house
30 by 40 and one etory high, 4 rooms, closet,
smoke house, cistern, shrubbery, Ac., lot 100 by
100 feet, 210 yards from town spring. Price and
terms $1000 cash,
Xo. tl Farm of 110 acres, miles of .Mos
cow Mill, 20acns in cultivation, 09 acres good
timber, IS bearing peach trees Price $20 per
acre, two'thirds cash, balance on time.
Xo. 7 54 acres timber land, underlaid "lib
coal, 2H miles of Moscow, l'rlco $2J per acre,
two-thirds cath, balance on time.
Xo. t Improved f.irin of P3)f acres, one
mile from the court house in Troy, 25 acres In
culthation, 2:1 acres In pasturo nnd meadow, 100
five year old apple trees, 25 peach trees, 45 ncrcs
splenlid timber, 2 stoty frame 18 by 24 and nn
1. 1 story 1 by 24, all In good repair, smoke
lioti'e, chicken house, stables nnd crib, A So. 1
tobacco tarn of 0 tlirs, good wll. Price nnd
terms $.15 cash per acre. J ut tho place for n
mrson who desires to carry on a small farm, ami
get the benent ol guoil schools in irov tor
Xo. II Improved farm of SO acres 314 miles
east of Trov, 25 acres in cullivatlon, 55 acres
good timber, log houso 10 bvlS, 1 ltorios, smoko
house, corn crib nnd stable., 125 young fruit
trees in bearing. Prico $.15 per acre, two thirds
cash balanco on time.
Xo. 10 Improved farm of Si) acres 2 mlios
south of Troy, H5 acres in cultivation, 15 ncre
in grass and 30 acres timber, house 10 by 18, 1J$
stories, kitchen 14 by IB, smoke house, cellar.
stable shcilcd on two sides granary, crib and hen
house. All theso buililing. are new nnd sub
Mar.ti.it. Well and pond of stock wntei. 25 ap
pie, 25 peach nnd 0 pear trets of excellent IruiT
Price Ho dols. per acre, two thirds ensn balance
Xo. 11 Improved farm of 200 acres, 5 miles
northwest of Troy, 70 acres in cultivation, 130
acres timber, 2 story house IS bv 20 with L kit
chen 111 by 24 ono story, sinuke houe,ith cellar
uniter It , It deep, stable., corn crib, new 7-t er
tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 730 treis in
bearing, consisting of apples, peaches, pear.
plums, apricots, nectarine, cherries. New anil
commodious school house near. Prico 20 ilols
per acre, half cash, balanco on time without interest.
Xo 12 Imt.rovcd farm of SO acres 2U mllei
west of Chain of llock, in a Herman neighbor
hood, 40 icres in cultivation, 40 acres fine timber,
house, smoke liourc, good well, stable, tohaecu
i barn, apple and peach orchard, new school huuse
close nt hand. Price 20 per acre, half cash,
balance on time.
Xo. 13 Improved farm of 200 acres 4 mile
east of Troy nnd 2 miles of Mcscuw uillN, llio
, acres fenced, SO icres in cultivation, 20 acre in
grass, 100 acres timber, 2-story house, 2i).3(l,
cellar under it, smoke house, splendid well, sia-
blc, largo crib, 2 tobacco bains, 150 npplo trees,
pears, peaches, cherries, grape". Land produced
50 bushels corn i.er acre this veai. Xcw school
house completed nnd paid for convenient. Price
$18 per acre, half cash, balance on time.
Xo. 11 110 acres, improved larin, 50 acres
fenced and In cultivation, splendid timber, in
cluding good sugar camp, 30 bearing fruit trees,
i two-story log houso, lathed and plastered, unokc
bouse and outbuildings, 3 splendid springs on
tho farm. This larm is five mile from Troy nnd
half that distance from tit 1, .t K Railroad. Price
i $1,410 cash.
1 Xo. I." 1 150 acres of splcdid bind located
I near the north lino of this county. The rock
I road from Auburn nnd the St L .t K ltr both run
through tbl trapt. About onchnlf of this land
I is tenccd and lias six dwelling bnnes located nt
dillerent points on it. hlablcs, cribs and tobacco
barns .no lurgc and well built, and nt convenient
points on the latin. The entire tract is offered at
.tho very low figure of $20 per acre. Or we will
sell tracts of SO acres, 120 ncrcs, 100 ncrcs, 200
acres; at a small advance on tho above iiric-o.
according to the Jmp'oveincnts and location oU
inc particular trkct desired by the purchaser.
Xo. Ki Improved farm of 80 acres fenced
nnd 40 acres in cultivation, largtf house, yt
stories high and a kitchen 12x 10 ; spring within
short distance, 4 good springs on place ; 100
fruit tree, of apples, peaches, cherries, piuin,
pears ; within one mile of n grist and saw mill,
44,mllos f,)Uth of Troj. Price $15 per acre.
No. 1714 acres, small house and about 15
acres clearel and under fence, 12'J ncres of
timber, 5 miles north of Trov. Prico $500.
Xo. 1H Four well Improved, splendid larms,
I lying in one bodv of 525'J ncres ; will bu old
separately or together. I B0 ncres has large
I dwelling house with 7 rooms, 2 porches, part of
I the boue new, beutlful site, with large shade
, trees in yard, 2 tenant houses in tho yard, smoko
I house, wall of living water aud a cistern, now
barn 30x44; oil stable; granary, corn crib;
plenty of stock water ; 500 young thrifty apple
tree of selected fruit, 100 choice Iruit trees in
bearing, and never fail any year. All well
fenced In fields of convenient site, nasturcs and
meadows well set in grass and clover, 30 acres of
! tine timber, ihis is, and lias been for years,
tho model farm of tho township. Prico $35 per
acre. ISO ncres has dwelling house 1 stories
high. iilS x20 with L kitchen, corn crib and
! stable, all new ; 40 acrej fenced and In cultiva
tion, 120 timber. Price S20 per acre. 120 has
dwelling lx:'3 with L porch on south sido of
bouse, smoke house, cistern well, stablos and
cribs; land all well fenced, 00 acres in culttvu
( tion and meadow. Price 25 dols. per acre. 85J4
acres, 40 ncres In cultivation, 15 ncres meadow,
i no buildings, 30 acres limber. Prico 20 dols. per
1 acre. Price of tho entiro tract of 525' acres,
, $22 50 per acre. Term's 3,000 dol. cash, balance
Ion time. ' .
No. If) New two-story dwelling and R lots In
town of Troy. House 16x26 with L 10x28, por-
tico in front and porch on back, 6 largo rooms, a
closet, well of living water, large cistern; smoke
house and stable. Largo number of fruit trees
In bearing, apples, peaches, pears, sweet cher
ries, tnorllln cherries, plums, quinces, ic. With
in two squares of churches and schools. Price
two thousand dollars.
No. ill Improved farm 49 acres of splendid
land In i German neighborhood, in a hlch state
of cultivation, good dwelling house, smoko houso
and stab e, some fruit trees. Farm well watered.
Within lj mile of Chain of Hocks and IK mile
qt jiouiri ot nig creek. Price 1500 dols.
In tats enlightened age not many purchasers,
1 strangers especially, hire conveyances and rldo
over the country In search of a farm for sale,
when there is a Ileal Estate Agency to be found.
tVe advertise extensively nnd systematically, and
owners desiring to sell, and purchasers wishing
1 to buy, each earnestly bunting for the other and
I his own Interest, secure tbe creates! oosslbla
i safety and despatch on tho one hand, and the
least expense of time and moaey for soar'oh on
j the othtr. by'placlng In oar Agency tho sale or
purcna'e ot any property.
! We require parties desiring to sell property to
sign a contract describing tbe same, naming tin
length of time the nronertv is to remain for sale.
price and terms, and binding tho owner to pay
our commission II a sale is etlected.
; Our (,'(iuimIst.loii8, If the price 'Iocs not
exceed (H00, our commission for sale will bo $20,
Kegular commissions on all sales 25 per rent.
J. M. McLELLAN f H4in n TtlB fifnfa VALUABLE FARMc
Umw,u8vs,,v, ioi SALE
Tin: nrtsT term or the seventh nr
Session of this Institution will commonco f'ltAZlUR & COLBtiltT1
Ull iuuuunyi aciiciiiucr At aais
On Friday, January 17, I87J.
: Attorneys at Law & Heal Estate lguf
If You Sock a Good School I IS0TArsS h.ir-.to. .r r
1 11lllA I 1 l.-t.t. , ... .luIv
....... nuigu mien uwcilltlg boose'
41 by 52 foot front, 8 rooms with hall on ,.,
for your Son or Diuglilcr, where they will bo
cared for both In school and family, thoroighly
taught, nnd n'nitui'.vnKD nv HAPrr isn iitu.in
rvi. iNt'Lvr.X'CRs, send them to
O" Send for Circuit r.
J. It. fi.U'l', A. M., I'rcs't.
July 31. 1872. 3m
F. W. HARBAUM,
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
AIL WORK WARRANTED.
Constantly on llnncl.
July 17. 1S72 ly.
I have just opened out a NEW
AND COMPLETE 'STOCK of
Goods in the bricR building o f Mesa.
Woolfolk tl Crews, Wyoming Mr.
Withrow,s saddle and harness store,
nnd will, keep on hand
COMPLETE STOCK OF
The Season being short J have (Icterminni
to it i: i) h i:
OX ALL COODS.
fiST As I rcalncd considciablo loss by the
burning of my home, store nnd stock, I earnestly
call upon ajl persons who owo mo to settle. I
peed tho money.
Troy, Mo., Nov. 30, 1871.
Schnelle & ftuerl,
Cor. Main aud Dcstrelian Sis.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLET). '
July 24, 1871 ly.
A Yji..r. QKiW i'9V. UUiUM.
I expect to remain in Troy, and
keep at all times a Large ami
Complete Slock of
I WAK1MKT my Jewelry to
be what I rtprcMia It. if Uold,
1 tell my customers so j If IMateil
I tell tlieui. Jewelry made or
iiircliaeil to order. I keep the
very best American IVatehes and
Clocks for sale.
Watches, Clocks nnd Jew
elry Repaired, and all
Z r . i i 0 J""" brod purchased
l.,?."!,.Jh.0, "! of th? Poland Via
cha h. ,"c;":hij,Ai??r,of
. Mm wum WiOl I (lift
best breed of hogs for our'.tsto. They Vrow tu
a very largo slse, and fatten well at J.
,e v.k":,dC"St,e "" i?irnnd,,t
slory nnd cries halls on socond story, Hro idoeo la
each mom, ceilings 12, 10 nnd 8 feet, cellar 18 bv
20 feet with stossu Malls. Living well of pure
water nnd plenty n stock water on farm. To"
aeros in cultivation, fine orchard of select fruit
of nil kinds ; nil the laud under fence. On road
lending to coni fields. At low figures and terms
to suit purchaser.
80 Acres No.
One mltu north ot Trov nn I. mil. .III. ,.i .
Nice one story coltnco dwelline with 4 rc.nn... ii
mllo from St. L. Sc K. railroad, if) ncrcs In ml.
tlvntlnn ; young orchard of solcet fruit, begin,
ningtobear. Low figures nnd terms tu suit pur
chaser. 201 Acres v0. .1
Three and n half miles south of Troy, A
splendid farm, over 100 ncrcs In cultivation, a
good dwelling with 7 or 8 rooms, 2 new barns,
good outbuildings, plenty of u.lug nnd stock
water, on nubile road, a fine orchard of select
fruit nnd small fruits, a lino garden paled In.
Dwelling stands on a nlco elevation with nico
yard. Untlto farm under fenio nnd every aero
susccptlhlo of cultivation. Splendid tract of
land, n very deslrablo homc.and is offered nt very
320 Acres No, 4
Four miles south of Troy on Mexico road..
200 ncres In cultivation, prairie land, frntue
dwelling with 6 rooms, good orchard of select
fruit, is n fine stock foam, good barns, plenty fine
timber to keep plnco up, plenty using snd stock
wnter. In n good neighborhood nccessable In nil
directions, tiood stand for public houso and
finding quarters. Will sell part or all to suit
purchaser, l'rieovory low.
160 Acres Nn. 6
Four miles south of Troy, 70 acres In culll.
ration, log dwelling with 3 rooms, meat house
and barn, good well of living water and n small
orchnrd of fruit trees. Half inllo of district
school house, half mile west ol Sand Run church, .
rnmo dlstanco from Post Ou!s and in n good
neighborhood. Very cheap nnd desirable.
200 Acres No. 8
Four miles north of Troy, 70 ncrcs In n good
stntc of cultivation, 2-story log dwelling houso
18 by 20 with L 16 by 20, 4 rooms in ull, orchard
of select fruit of all kinds, 1 inilo west of .St. L.
.1 K. railroad, very fine spring of never falling
water near tho houe, convenient tu school Hnd
churches, In good neighborhood, nnd at very low
Lots in Troy. , in
Nice piece ot property In Troy a block of 4
lots, with comfortable dwelling, good garden,
yard, Ac, on ouo of the finest streets in town.
Cheap for cash.
104 Acres No. li
!2 miles east of Chnntilla, log dwelling with
roo'ns, meat bouse and excellent cistern, plen'y
of ,toek water, 40 ncrcs In cultivation, at low
figures an I o; easy terms.
2 Lots in Troy. No. !2
A goo I piece of property in the town of
Troy 2 lots, dwelling hou-e nnd meat houfc,
cnclosod willi good lence, on n fino Mrcct. ami
commands a splendid view of the town. Cheap
1100 Acres No. 31
Of land situated In Lincoln and l'iko cmin.
tic. on the waters of Uryunt's creek, in stirifV
17.17, wlihin 3 miles of a boat landing on the
Mississippi river, and is divided into lots of
about 2(10 acres onch. All this land is very val
uable, possessing a sioil unsurpassed for produc
tiveness, with nn abundance of water lor all
purposes, peculiarly adapted to fruit growing
and stock raising, with cxtenive improvements
on each and every lot, and tho uncultit ated por
tion covered with tho finest timber in norlbiast
.Mis-souri. All in nn excellent neighborhood, or
ensv access to chinches and schools, and from
which teams can make three trips to the river in
a day. For alo in lots to suit purchaser? and on
terms most liberal indeed. Pcr-ons desiring
homes which will pay nnd be n blessing to them
selves nml posterity, could not do belter than
buy one or nil of these splcmiid lots of land.
257 1-2 Arres Nr. 11
On tbe Mississippi llluff, 7 inllc vre.t of Cap
nu flris nnd 7 miles sou'hea-t of Now Hope, on
the llluff road, Sij) ncres in cultivation, balance In
fine timber. Frsiiic dwelling with 5 r nms, tol
erably good out buildings, 4 or 5 nevcrfailing
springs on tho place, good cistern near door of
dwelling, young orchard of select fi nit, near to
Ilaptist nnd Christian churches nnd school bouse.
3 miles from Robinson's mill and store, In n very
fine neighborhood, splendid wheat, corn and
stotk fnrm, tho very place to make you a good
home nnd to get your money back on. I'i let
very low and terms to suit purchasers. Be In a
hurry else you will be lelt out in the cold.
Lot in Troy. No. 15
Lot Xo. 75 In Troy, a good properly of 4
lots, dwelling with 4 rooms, nico yard, horse and
cow lot, a young orchard of select fruit, good
garden, In n desirable part of town, oh a fine
strctt und eouimnnds a fine view of the town.
At low figures nnd terms to suit tho purchaser.
Iluy beforo tho St L A- K R 11 . completed, and
thereby secure yourself a hnndsomo profit.
Troy Properly. No. 16
"Here is the place to get your money back."
Tho l'ootisnlot proporty on Main, Cherry and
Union streets, threo store rooms, ono fronting en
Main and Cherry streets, tho other two fronting
on Main street, all ono-s"-ory Iramo buildings;
nnd on the same lot and Immediately back of tbe
storeroom on the corner of Main and Cherry ls
one-story Iramo dwelling with 4 rooms. This
property occupies the very best location in tho
town of Troy for nny bind of mercantile busi
ness, nnd will be sold at very low flgures.and on
tonus exceedingly generous. If you deslto tbe
best business stand in Troy you will find it to
your interest to bo up nnd doing, else you will
lose a bargain worth having.
140 Acres. No. 17
LOOK HERE, YE STOCK MEN I 140
acres in a fine state of cultivation, 100 acres in
grnss, balance ready for any kind of grain, all
under good fonclng In 3 fields, on tho Troy and
Auburn rond, a part of the Jonah Morris farm, 7
miles frnm Trov and 3 miles south from Auburn,
plenty of stock water. 2 buildings; also tho un
divided one fifth part of 200 ncrcs of good tim
bered land ono inilo west of tho 140 ncro tract,
which Is also a part of tho Jonah Morris farm.
Theso lands arc within n short dlstanco of tho
St L It K 11 R. are very valuable and in n good
condition to yield an hundred fold. Price 91 ,000,
too cheap to talk about, terms liberal.
210 Acres No, 18
Two ond a half miles north of Troy on tbe
Troy and Louisville road, 130 acres In a fino state
of cultivation, 25 acres In meadow well taken
In timothy, 4 acres in orchard of choleo summer,
fall and winter fruit, and the rest of the farm In
timber nnd very rich land. Plenty of pure
running wnter through the farm at all seasons
of the year, at convenient distances from barn
yard, n well of fine cold water having an avcrago
throughout tho year a depth of 8 ft, convenient
to house. Fences all In good repair. The tlls
hlo land Is fresh, having been cleared within the
past 15yrs and has been well kept up by the
clover system of culture, and Is adapted to th
growth of wheat, c:rn, tobacco, grass and fruit.
Two story frame house with 4 rooms, kitchen and
meat houso, barn, stable cribs and ice house.
Tho St L & K Rr passes thro' the farm, Rood
district school within half mllo of house. Price
6000 dols, 4000 in hand balance In i and VI years.
169 Ar No. 1
2 K miles nojth of Tray, adjoining farm Uo.
18, 40 acres Id cultivation sni Tcry rich land,
nover fallirg stream or water rues through tbs
farm, spjlng of fino water ntar ImptoVements.
Comfortable, cabin, log stable, corn crib o.
St Vk K Kr runs through this Ian), the Unsl
not cleared It splendid soil and heavily ilmbcreJ.
Xeaj a district school bouse. Srios ,000, 1,J
In hand, balanco In 1 and 2 yean.
80 hens Ko- J
2 miles east of Trorf on ?rencaian',bluf,
30 ncrcs In cullivatlon, balanco In JnelleiW.jhA
soil, eomfortablo dwelling, stablo anS out build
lugs, (loodchaiico for small homt on sy tefJC.
.,1:0- Pi rtlos r Isblng to rell or buy rill IC
ftei ' Ulrit by calling on u?.
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