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tl titlh Cift art .Vfwmf its Heart I"
Old Woodcbi per.
advice tg nors.
Ns)T4f "kill time," Ly. He i your
Vt fritnd. XJo him woll. Do not let
bin clip through your fineers while you
of yomr bojhoud ftro the raoit precious
you wilt Oft ec. Tho habits you qci
into will itiotc to you like wax If they
tragooi ons life will boa pleasure, and
aboTtilU Rucciis. You may not grow
rich, but yur life will bt a real tucetas
nTrlbln. If, n the sjontrary, you
wait your early vcara, live for fun nly,
trifle with your opportunities, you will
find after awhile that your life ia a fail
nnjt, even though you should be as
rioh as Crccius. ) of lbs saddest
thing u to eet a man who has let
golds u opportunities go by him just en
taring the battle of lift, yet entirely
unfitted for bis position. He is to be
pited tod yet blamed. In this favored
land ersry on can learn to raid and
writ .for instance ; but how often we
seel young men utterly unable t writ
aWmnatifa! without Baking mistakes.
B assured, my yeuaj friends, it will be
a surc of sham to you as men if you
do not pay attention to education as
byt. The world is full of good Looks
to read. You are surrounded with
friends and relatires. Bo warned in
time, and coin happiness and honor in
the future from the industry of the
A BIRD STEP-MOTUER.
While living south, in the summer of
1868, there was a school house about one
hundred yards in front of ray dwelling,
and between that and our bouio was an
There is in the south a species of birds
called cat-birds, and I believe they ur
known in the cast as the northern mock
A pair of cat-birth had bnilt a nest in
one of the peach trees near one of the
windows, and my wife tsok great delight
in watching them through iacubatlon
and feeding the joum;. My little boy
was taught not to molest them, and he
felt great pride in having bis bird's nest.
On day a bad boy from the school began
to throw stories at the birds ; my son
told him not to hurt his bird, but a stone
truck the female bird and killed ber.
There was considerable fuss made in the
school about it afterward.
My wife felt grieved about the young
birds, and watched thee and the male
bird the father of a nest full of un
fledged, motherless birds During the
afternoon tho widowed bird sent forth j
his plaintive call for Lis mate repeatedly,'
and seemed very disconsolate. The next!
morning he was very industrious in feed
ing bis young until about ten o'clock,
when be "flew away and was gone about
two hours, when he returned with another
female bird of the same tribe. She took
a survey of affairs, and hopped around on
the tree. The mal bird poured fturth
several snatches of his sweetest melo
dies, when she flew away, and in a few
miuutes returned with food in her beak
and fad tho young birds ; from that t'unu
till they could fly, sbo was a faithful
stepmother to them. Cor. Phrenological
ishephcrd with the sheep be was driving
'to the market.
Still farther on tho boy raw two hordes
eating, end said, "They can havo noih
ling to do ; so i shall go and play with
them. JJut, as he went forward, man
came up eritb halters, which be put on
their heads, sayini;, "My littlo fellow,
my liurscs must plow anil narrow my
I must have oats and barley and
CAKE & HOGKKS' COLUMN.
wheat to grind and cell, that i may get
Tbeo ubn the boy saw that every
bee and bird and beast bad fomething to
I do, he said to bis sister, "Well, I shall
co to school and lairn my lessons.
When I get home, mother will allow me
a good long time to play with the other
boys before 1 go to bed."
faying this, he rsn off to school ; and
his sister was glad to get away to do her
own errands. Mary Burton, in Little
C.W.r, AT Till?
CHEAP CASH STORE
F. C. CAKE. W. Jiebr.unA.1
CAKE tfc McLELLAN,
Real Estate Agents,
Troy, Llucoln Count)-, Mo.,
U3- and Sell l.aml. J '' nc ,ur Xo"
re.idcnls. CShc .lbtract of Title.
Wltc Uccls. Mtirtj-agM. IMaU
ol I aii.U, ic.
Christian Institute, valuable farms
Tim: fikst mum or the sf.vkntu nr
Session of this Institution will commence fR A5f.li.fi fc COIjflI.f f
On Mouttoy, J'Ptrniber 2. 1872, Aorafs 0, iaw & Real Estate lgts,
On Friday, January 1?, 1878. TROY. MISSOURI
If You Sock a Good SclioohwAms M ,
and Dnnvlilo toad. Large brick dwelling hou
41 by 42 fect front, 8 room, with halt in first
PURCHASING CAM- AT OUK
ID SHOP AT THE TAX YAUD IN TltOY
OUK Z.AHGI2 STOCK OP
OUR WINTER STOCK
READY FOR INSPECTION
AXii WU WILL
IN" TIIK FOLLOWING
LINE OF GOODS:
Fine White Flanntls
Plaid Check "
Vide Silk Velvets
lluney Comb Quilts
Gentlemen s Hosiery
Crashes, bro. bleach'd, Ladies Hosiery
Pillow Cae Cotton
Merino Vests and
Coriets, low to fine,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ii.nl icsv and .lIi--cs' Waiter.,
O R O C JB RIJES
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR,
llice, Spice, and E.enttiug Nice,
Oysters rvnl Sardines,
ANYTHING YOU WANT,
Open-fsce work do.,
Hair Saddle Girths,
Leather Saddle Girths,
Web Saddle Girths,
Trace Chains, ,
Mule Hames. '
Ox W hips,
Plow Gear, &c.
Boys' and Girls'
Boots and Shoes
of Kvery Style,
$3- CALL AND SEE.
JAtKSOY & II ITT.
TllOV, MO. March 7, lS72-nov!T71yl
THE BOY WJJO LIKED PLAY.
One fine day in sutnmar a littlo boy
was sent to school by bis mothtr ; but
aha knew that h was fond cf play, and
io sb told bis sitter to go with bim.
It was vsry warm ; and tho bay said to
hit si.tsrtbatit would be tnncb nicer to
play with bim by the rivor sid than to
go to sobool. "No, uo," said sbo : "I
havo do tine to play. After having
teen you iuto school, I must go all over
tbo town to buy wool and worsted and
seedlet, and a lot of other things, for
mother. She and I must work, and get
money to buy food."
Tbtn tho boy saw a bee flyinc from
flower to flower, and said, "I should like
to bo a boo, aad have nothing to do no
lossons or spelling to learn." "Ah ! my
tweet brother," said his sister, "the bte
i not idla ; it is getting bonay and wax
to lay up store for winter, wben there
will be no flowers." And the bee Boon
flew away to its hive with its boney and
In a little time they heard a bird sing
ing, and tbe boy said : "I am sure the
bird has nothing to do, I should like to
ttay hero all day, under tbe shadow of
tbo trees, and listen to its sweet song."
But hit sister ttid, "see, tho bird has
flown down and picked up some pieces of
ttraw, and is now taking them to its nest
It has to build a nest with ttraw and
feathers and moss, aid to has 00 time to
They had not gone far when tbey taw
a dog lying by tbo roadside ; and tbe
boy tiid, "May i not play with tho dog?
for it seems io havo notkiug to do."
Jusl then, a nan gava a whittle, and tbo
dog itarttd up a4 n off ( auiit, tho.
MRS. MARY SEDLACEK'S
NOTION & GROCERY STORE,
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
For cheap groceries and provisions,
and everything in the grocery
line, such as
Hides and Tallow.
Uo to Mrs, Sedlacek's,
fclf Persons Indebted to mo are earnestly re
quested to call and settle last year's accounts.
mn. n. si:dli:k.
Fcb'y 1, 1872.
VOTICi: Is hereby riven that letters of aduln
1. ' istraiijrt wem granted to the undersized
un the estate of Thomas . Foley, deceased,
by the Clerk of the l'robate Court of Lincoln
county, Mo , 00 the'?. I day of Eent'r, 1872.
All H-Tiuns harlnc claims aulnst said estate
are rtriuircd to exhibit thein to the administrator
for allowance within one year from the date l
said letters, or they may be precluded from any
benefit of said estate, and if not exhibited within
two years from the date uf said letters they will
be forever tarred.
sej.18 A.NDHEW B. FOLEY, Adia'r.
BOOT AND SHOE
Wo manufactuco our Boots and Shoes,
Saddles, Harness and Collars out of
Leather of our own Tanning, and aro
tho only persons in Troy whq manufac
ture out of Leather made at our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
NOTICE is hereby given that letters tes
tamentary were granted to the undersigned
by the Clerk of the l'tubato Court ol Lincoln
county, Mo., on the estate of Mary V. Vertrees,
deceased, on the 20th day ol Sent., 1872.
All cr on having claims against laid estate
are required to exhibit them for allowance to tbe
Eiecutcr within one year from the date ot
said letters, or tbey may bo precluded from any
benefit of said estate, aud it" not exhibited within
two years from the date of said letters, they will
be forever barred.
oc2 I1ENKDICT CUUMl'.Kx'r.
Tfcy Offer fr Sale
No. I lint rove I farm, IS9 acres, 3 miles
Jorthwcst of Auburn, 2 miles of railroad and 2
miles of rock toad, 33 acre In cultivation. 154
acres splendid timber, hcwed-loR house U sto
ries, stable ana corn crib, l'rlco $25111), ono third
cash, balance cn time.
Sin. 'Z Coal Innd fi miles routhwest of Troy.
40 acres in ths middle of the coal fields and
lthln lor.yardi of the shaft at the Link mine,
l'rlce ?2000", hull cash, balance on time.
Xo. 3 202 aires unimproved timber land
S1 miles south of Mlllwi'od njd adjoining West
prairie, l'rlce JiUU, intra casu, uaiance on long
No. 5 Houss and lot In Troy, frame house
20 In- 40 and mo storv hlirh. 4 looms, closet
smoko house, cistern, shrubbery, Ac, lot 100 by
100 feet, 2C0 yards from town sj ring, rrico anu
terms $1000 cash,
Jio, (I Farm of lit) acres, 1J miles of Mos
cow Mill, 20 aens In cultivation, 1)9 atres good
timber, 18 tearing peach trees l'ricc 20 per
acre, two-thirds cash, balance on time.
No. 754 ncres timber land, underlaid with
coal, 2j miles of Moscow, l'tico i2dper acre,
two-thirds cash, balanco on time.
No. W Improved farm of 93 ncres, one
mile from the court house in Troy, 25 acres in
cultivation, 23 acres in pasture and incailow, 100
five year idd apple trees, 25 peach trees, 45 acres
splendid timber, 2 stoty frame 18 by 24 and an
L 1 story 18 by 21, nil in good repair, smoko
house, chicken house, rtnbles nml crib, A No. 1
tobacco tarn of 6 tiers, good w, 11. l'ricc and
terms S33 cash per acre. Just the place for a
turson who desires to carry on a small farm, and
also get the benefit of good s.hools in Troy fur
Nil II Improved farm of 0 acres 3 miles
east of Trov, 25 ncres in cultivation, 55 acres
good timber, log houo Id bt 13, I Jstories, smoko
house, corn crib and stables, 125 young fruit
trees in bearing, l'rlco $35 per acre, tvo thirds
cash balanco on time.
No. IO Improved farm of SO acres 2 mllos
south of Trov, 35 acres In cultivation, 15 acres
In grass and 30 aerea timber, house III by IS, U
stories, kitchen 14 by 16, smoke lioue, cellar,
stable shcdc'l on two sides, granary, crib and hen
house. All these buildings nrc new and sub'
star.tl.il. Well and pond of stock watci. 23 up
tde. 25 icach aud G icar trees of excellent fruit
Price 30 dots, pcracre, two thirds casn balance
No. 11 Improved farm of 200 acres, 5 miles
northwest uf 'Iroy, 70 acres in cultivation, 130
acres timber, 2 story lmute Is by 20 with L kit
chen 16 by 24 one story, smoke house with cellar
under it 7 It deep, stables, ,-orn crib, new 7-t cr
tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 730 trees in
bearing, consisting of apple, peaches, pears
plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries. New and
commodious school house near. 1'rice 20 dols
per acre, half cash, balance on tltno without in
I No 12 Improved faim of bO acres 2Jj mlloi
west 01 unnln ot nocks, in a ticrman neightjor
hood, 40 acres in cultivation. 40 acres fino timber
house, smoke house, good well, stable, tobacco
barn, apple and peach orchard, new school house
closo at hand, l'rico i-D per acre, half cash,
balance on tunc.
No. l.'l Improved farm of 200 acres 4 miles
cast of Troy and 2 mites of Moscow mills, 100
acres fenced, fcO ceres in cultivation, 20 ncres in
grass, 100 acres timber, 2-slory house, 20x30,
cellar under it, smoke house, splcmlM well, sta
ble, largo crib, 2 tobacco batns, 150 ni pie trees,
pears, peaches, cherries, grapes. Land produced
50 bushels corn per aero this yeai. New school
house coiuplctcd and paid for convenient. Fricc
$18 per acre, half cash, bnlttnc- on time.
:No. I-l 140 acres, improved larin, 00 acres
fenced nnd in cultivation, splendid timber, In
eluding a good sug.ir c.unp, 30 bearing fruit trees
two-story log house, lathed and plastered, smoke
house nnd outbuilding, 3 splendid spring
the farm. This larm is fivo miles from Troy and
half that distance frouiSt L & K ltailroad. l'rico
No. 15 1 150 acres of splcdid land located
near thu north line of this eountv. Tho rock
road from Auburn aud the .St L .t K Itr both run
through this tract. About unchnlf uf this lam)
is fenced and 1ms six dwelling houses located nt
different points on it. Stables, cribs nnd tobacco
barns aiv large and well built, nnd nt convenient
points on the faim, Thoentiru tract is offered at
the very low figure of ?20 per acre. Cr wo will
sell tracts of 80 acres, 120 acres, 100 acres, 200
acres; at a small advanco on the nbovo price.
according to the improvements and location of
the particular tract desired by tho purchaser
No. Hi Improved farm of 80 acres fenced
and 40 acres in cultivation, largo house, )i
stories high nnd n kitchen 12x 10 : spring within
short distance, 4 good springs on place; 100
fruit trees of apples, peaches, cherries, plums,
pears ; within ono milo of a grist nnd suw mill,
Hi miles south of Troi. l'rico $15 per acre.
No. IT 144 acres, small house and about 15
'acres clcarcl and under fenco, 129 acres of
timber, 5 miles north of Trov. l'rico $500.
No. 18 Four well improved, splendid farms
lying in one bodv of 525K ncres : will bo sold
separately or together. 160 acres has large
dwelling house with 7 rooms, 2 porches, part of
mo noue new, ucautnui silo, wttn large sliauo
trees In yard, 2 tenant houses In tho yard, smoke
bouse, well of living water and a cistern, new
barn 00x44; old stablo: crnnnrv. corn crib
plenty of stock water; 500 young thrifty npplo
trees of selected fruit) 100 choleo Iruit trees in
bearing, and never fall any year. All well
fenced In fields of convenient sue, pastures and
meadows well set in grass and clover, 30 acres of
fine timocr. luis is, and has been for years.
tho model farm of the township, l'rlco $.15 per
acre. 100 acres nas uwcuing nouso i;i nones
high, IMS x20 with L kitchen, corn crib nnd
stable, ull new; 40 acres fenced and In cultlvu
tton, 120 timber, l'rico $20 per acre. 120 has
dwelling 16x:'3 with L porch on south sido of
bouse, smoke house, cistern well, stables nnd
cribs; land all wel) fenced, 60 acres in cultlva
lion and meadow, l'rlco 25 dols, per ncro.
acres, 4U acres In cultivation, 15 ncres meadow,
no buildings, 30 acres timber, l'rlco 20 dols. per
acre. l'rico of tho cntiro tract of 625Ji acres,
$22 50 per aero. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, balanco
No. 10 New two-story dwelling and Slots In
town of Troy. House 16x26 with L 16x23. por
tico In front and porch on back, 6 large rooms, a
closet, well of living water, large cistern; smoko
nouse and stable. l,argo numbor or Truit trees
in bearing, apples, peaches, poarB, sweet cher
ries, tnorilln cherries, plums, quinces, io. With
in two squares of churches and schools, l'rico
two thousand dollars.
No. 21 Improved farm 49 acres of splendid
land In (Jerman neighborhood, in a high state
of cultivation, good dwelling house, smoko house
and stab e, some fruit trees. Farm well watered.
Within VA milo of Chain of Hocks nnd IK mile
of Mouth of Big creek, l'rico 1500 dola.
In this enlightened age not many purchasers,
1 strangers especially, hire conveyances and rldo
over tho country in search of a farm for sale,
when thoro is a Heal Estate Agency to bo found.
We advertise extensively and systematically, and
owners desiring to sell, and purchasers wishing
to buy, each earnstly hunting for the other and
hit own Interest, securo tbo greatest possible
safoty and despatch on tho oncbnnd, and the
least expenso ot time und moaey (or search on
the other, by placing in our Agency tho salo or
purcna.-o 01 any property
We require parties desiring to sell property to
sign contract describing the same, naming the
lengtn 01 time tno properly Is to remain ror sale,
price and terms, and binding tho owner to pay
our cuuiiuimiwn 11 a saie is euectea.
OUT UOUIIUISSIOIU. If the nrlee iloen not
exceed $800, our commission for salo will be $20,
Itcgular commissions on ull sales 2 per cent
CAKi: & Mcl.KI.I.AN.
for vour Son or Diurshtcr. whero thev will bo
eared for both in school and family, thoroughly
,. . I taught, nnd si'iiRofxnm nv iiarrr mo ihaltii
r OllOWIIlg ( ixrLl'KXCES, send thctn to
,rO- Send for Circular.
J. It. CSAI'iV. A. M., Prcs't.
July 31. 1S72. 3m
F. W. HARBAUM,
MheelbarrowSf A'c. ,
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
AIL WORK WARRANTED,
July 17. 1872 ly.
dory and cross halls on second story, firo place la
each room, ceilings 12, 10 nnd 8 feet, cellar 18 hi
20 fect with stono walls. Living well of purs
water and plenty ol stock water un farm. 70
acres in cultivation, fine orchard of select fruii
of all kinds all tho land under fence. On road
leading to coal fields. At low flirurn nn,l
to suit purchaser,
SO Acrts Sn. q
Ono milo north ot Trov on I.oulsvllU ,.a.
Nlco ono story cottage dwelling with 4 rooms ; t
mno irom 01. i jt n. rauroau. -ju ncres In cul
acres In cul
fruit, hi eln.
Lion figures and terms to suit pur
tlvatlon 1 young orchard of select fruit, begin.
I have just opened out a NEW
t i Tt in 1 Ti'ii ri Lnr it
AlU UUJll 'JjMjIJj OlUUJl 0J
Goods in the brick building of Mess.
Wool folk iv Crews, adjoining Mr.
Withroufs saddle and harness store,
and ivill keep on hand
COMPLETE STOCK OF
The Season being short I have detcrmvirii
TO Itl lM CI.
I" 0 131 15 1? PRICES
ON ALL (iOODS.
fitr As I realized conldcrnblo loss by tho
burning of tny home, store and stock, I earnestly
call upon all persons who owe mo to settle
need tho money.
Troy, Mo Nov. 30, 1871.
Schnelle & Querl,
Cor, Maiu aud Dcstrehau Sis,,
ST. LOUIS, MO,
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
July 24, 1871 ly.
A YEK ONLY FOH. TUE UERALD 'KKftlOO .SHHDOU V 3NVO
Subscribe tor tbe 11EHALD, -Ouly !
I expect to remain lit Tray, aud
keep at all times a l.urgo ami
Complete Stock of
I W A It H AWT my Jewelry to
lie what I represent It. If (iold,
I tell wy customers so; If Plated
I tell them. Jewelry made nr
purchased to order. I keep the
verv beat Auicrlcuu Watches and
Clocks lor bale.
Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry Repaired, and all
KIOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
v rMMiVllltlCIHIVIU Ol ltlth n tohnii a sT t t iJ
oounty, Mo., will, In accn-danco will, the school
law or the State, hold public examination 0
eachers, on the ls I Saturday of every month, a
the court house In Troy, and on thn.e day. only
Teachers w 111 please bear this In mind. ' '
1-11.911 -v. f-.u 1 ruuuo schoo
nlng to tear.
204 Acres n.
Three und a half miles south of T
splendid farm, over 100 acres In cultivation, n
good dwelling with 7 or 8 rooms, 2 new barns,
good outbuildings, plenty ef uslug nnd stock
nator, on a public road, a fine orchard of select
fruit nnd small fruits, a fino garden paled In.
Dwelling stands on & nice elevation with
yard. Entlte farm under fenco and every aero j,
susceptlblo uf cultivation. Splendid tract ot
In ml, a very desirable homc.and is offered at very
320 Acres n. 4
Four miles south of Troy on Mexico road,
200 acres In cultivation, pralrlo land, frame,
dwelling with 0 rooms, good orchard of seleul
fruit, is a fino stock faim, good barns, plenty fino
timber to kicp placo up, plenty using snd stock
water, in a good neighborhood acccssablo In all
directions, Uood stand for publlo houso and
finding quarters. Will tell part or all to suit
purchaser, l'rlco vory low.
160 Acres No. 0
Four miles south of Troy, 70 acres in culti
vation, log dwelling with 3 rooms, meat houso
und barn, good well of living water and a small
orchard of fruit trees. Half milo of district
school house, half milo west of Sand Hun church,
satno dlstnnco from l'ost 0.iS anil In a good
neighborhood. Very cheap nnd desirable
200 Acres No, 8
Four miles north of Troy, 70 acres In a good
stole of cultivation, 2-stury log dwelling houso
18 by 20 with L 16 by 2rt, 4 rooms in ull, orchard
of select fruit of nil kinds, 1 milo west of St. L.
t K. railroad, very fine spring of never failing
water near the houso, convenient to school and
churches, In good neighborhood, nnd at very low
Lois lit Troy. ,o. io
Nice picco of prop'erty in Troi- a block of 4
lots, with cniufnrtnblo dwelling, goud garden,
yard, Ac, on ono of tho finest streets in town.
Cheap for cash.
104 Acres io. tl
It miles cast of Chantilla, log dwelling with
roo-ns, meat house and excellent cistern, plenty
of stock water, 40 acres in cultivation, allow
figmes and o easy terms.
2 Lois in Troy. No. !2
cool iicro of property in ibo town of
Troy 2 lots, dwelling houe and meat house,
unclosod with good knee, on a Add street ami
comuiunda a splendid view of the town. Cluan
1100 Acres No. 31
Of land situated In Lincoln and Piko ooun-
Up on tho waters of Uryunt'ij creek, in survey
17:17, within 3 miles of n boat landing on tho
Misl??ii.'i rier, und is divided Into lots of
abuut HUU acres each. All this land i very val
uable, joji?c!tni a soil unsurpassed for produc
tiveness, with un abundance of water for all
purpose, pecullirly adapted to fruit growing
unn stiit-K raising, wnn extensive improvements
on each and every lot, and the uncultivated por
tion coercd with the finest timber In northeast
Missouri, All in nn excellent neighborhood, of
ensv acceg to churches anu scLools, nnd from
wh("h team? can make three trips to the river in
lay. 1 or halo in lots to suit purchasers and on
terms mnt liberal indeed. Persons desiring
homes uhieh will pay and be a blessing to them
selves and posterity, could not do better thau
buy one or all of thchc splendid lots of laud.
257 1-2 Acres Xc. 14
On tho Mississippi ISIulT, 7 miles west of Cap
uu (Iris and 7 miles southeast of Xew Hope, ou
the 1 1 1 is IT road, !) acres in cultivation, balanco in
fino timber, l'mno dwelling with 5 r oins, tol
erably good uut buildings, 4 or i ncvcrfailing
springs on I no place, good cistern near door ot
dwelling, young orchard of select fiult, near to
liaptist and Christian churches and school house,
It tulles from llobinsnn's mill and store, in at cry
fine neighborhood, splendid wheat, corn and
stock fnrin, tho very placo to make you a good
homo and to get your money back on. 1'iieo
very low and terms to suit purchasers. Uc in a
hurry else you will bo left out in the cold.
Lot iu Troys No. 15
Lot An. ,5 in Troy, a good rrorcrty of 4
lots, dwelling with 4 rooms, nico yard, horso and
cow lot, a young orchard of select fruit, good
garden, in n dcsirablo part of town, on a fine
street and commands a fino view of tho town.
At low figures und terms to suit tho purchaser.
lluy beforo the SI I. Sc K H H is completed, and
thereby securo yoursclt a nandsotno profit.
Troy rroperly. No. 10
"Hero is tno placo to got your money back."
Tho l'ocnsnlot property on Main, Cherry and
Union streets, three storo rooms, one fronting on
Main nnd Cherry streets, tho other two fronting
on Slain street, all one-story tramo buildings;
and on tho samo lot and immediately back of tha
storo room on the corner of Main and Cherry is a
ono-story framo dwelling with 4 rooms. This
property occupies tho very best location In tha
town ot iroy lor any kind of uercantilo busi
ness, anu will bo sold at very low figures and on
terms exceedingly generous. If you desite the
best business stnud in Troy you will find tt to
your Interest to bo up and doing, elso you will
lose a bargain worm uavmg.
140 Acres. No. 17
LOOK HERE, VI2 STOCK MEN I 140
ncres in a fino state ot cultivation, lot) acres in
crass, balanco ready for any kind of grain, all
under good fencing in 3 fiilds, on tho Troy and
Auburn road, a parlor the Jonah Morris farm, 7
miles fram Trov and 3 miles south from Auburn.
plenty of stock water, 2 buildings ; also tho un-
uiviueu ono nun part ot zuu acres ol goou lira-
uorcii lima ono milo west ot tno wu acre tract,
which is also a part of tbe Jonah Morris farm.
These lands aro within a short dlstnnco of tho
St L A K 11 It. are very valuablo and In a good
condition to yield un hundred fold. Price 1,009,
too cheap to talk about, terms liberal.
210 Acres No. 18
Two and a half miles north of Troy on the
Troy and Louisvlllo road. 130 acres In n fine state
of cultivation, 25 acres In meadow well taken
In timothy, 4 ncres In orchard of choice summer,
fait and winter fruit, and tbo rest of the farm In
timber nnd very rich land. Plenty of pure
running water through tho farm at all seasons
of tbo year, nt convenient distances from barn
yard, a well of fine cold water having an average
mrougnoui mo year n uopih or 8 rt, convcnlenl
to houso, Fence nil In cood renalr. Tho Ills-
bio land is fresh, having been cleared within tho
past 15yrs and has been well kept up by tha
clover system of culture, and Is adapted to th.
growtn ot wheat, ctrn, tobacco, grass and fruit.
Two story framo houso with 4 rooms, kitchen and
meat house, barn, stable cribs and, Ice houso.
The ft L Sc K Hr passes thro' tho farm, good
district school within half milo of house. PrloJ
fiOOO dols, 4000 in hand balance in 1 and 2 years.
100 Acre? flo. 1
2H miles north of Troy, adjoining farm Vo.
IS, 40 acres in cultivation and very rich Und,
never fullirg stream of water runs through th
farm, spring of fino water near Improvements.
Comfortable cabin, log stable, corn crib 4o.
St L.t K Hr runs through this land. Tbo lanst
not cleared Is splendid soil and heavily timbered.
Near a district school house. Prico 2,000, 1.200
in hand, balance In 1 and 2 years,
80 Acres . 2ft
2 miles east of Troy on Frenchman'! bluff,
30 acres in cultivation, balance In fino timber, rich
soil, tflmfortablo dwelling, stable and out build
Ings. (lood chance for small homo on esy termi.
Sir- Parties wishing to sell or buy wilt consult
their own interest by calling on us.