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TJU tilth Chip are Antr-Mf f tttart!"
rilE KVIiNINtl 8TOHY.
Now, we ar not sleepy, mother,
Pee ho wide awake we teem I
Idl ni something tweet to think of)
Tall oi tornethlng tweet to dream.
Tell the very iweettit itory
Tbit you ever heird or read,
And you'll teo that we'll ierneu.ber
Crer; ilogle word you're ni l.
Then I told them of a midnight
la the yery long ago,
When the iky wa full of angels,
And from every shining row,
In t voice of heavenly music,
Came a lore! menage, given
For the lake of one tweet lab;
That til come one night lrom heaven,
"Now plena tell ui Just another,
Tell tbe sadJttt one you know;"
And I told oT one who suffered,
At be wandered to and fro :
Doing good to all nround him,
Without fear, or iln, or pride ;
Illenlcg thoie who most ill-used him,
For whoio take at lait ho died.
"Now, pltase, Just one more, dear mcthcr,
Tell uf now Iho strangest one,"
60 I told them of a Journey
On a mountain ton begun ;
Through the azure, In a body,
J nit as hero on carlb he trod,
Up through iblning rankt of angels,
To the very throne of God.
Four blue cyc and two twect voicot
Waited till my tolo wnt done,
Then they crid, "Why, that was Jesus,
Theie three iloriea are but one!"
POLITXL'SS THAT PAID.
N. Y. Cora. Adv.
"Commercial, Mail and German News,"
shouted a ra'god little fellow ona after
noou lately, as he rushed through a (street
car in which we had just taken a scat
"Commercial, tir I" laid he, turning to
ward 111 and planting a horribly muddy
bare foot flat upon our newly polished
boot. Wo felt provoked, and raised a
hand to push the boy off, but he was too
quick for us. Starting back be
profoundly, and in the blandest manner
Tn;M.. cni.l I'Ibiip PYi-tur. mn sir !
possible, eaid . 1 lease excuse tnc, ''r ' I
I'm reully very sorry ; I couldn't help it
, ,. , j ,r i,
that bit; fc.'6"1 shoved me. lull us (
where your office ia, boss. 1 blacken 1
sjioruitigi call and thine 'cm up fori
nntliin'. kir ." Wc worn much ..leased
and struck with this display of ready
politncsi, aud, despite the dirt, Lis pleas
ant, honest face, that wc gave him a card
and told him to call next morning as he
wished. On the following murning a
strange boy entered our oflico with a
blacking box flung over his shoulder and
our card in hi hand, h-aid he, eyeing
our boots. "He you the gent as give
'Tincy' this cro card ?" "Who is Tit.
uey ?" wu asked. "Tim fellow that
rloshcd yer boots in the car last night.
I!u mother's awful sick, and he's got to
.May ami muni Ins little tiotcr. lie says
lilt's cirrt lift ..riiilil n't nnmri inil ..ii'O vo'a I
t ehino hissclf, but 'Tinsey' and me often
go whacks, and I'll shine 'cm for you
jutt tho same, free-gratis fur nothing."
This helped to conGrm tbo good opinion
wo had formed of tbo newsboy, and so
wo asked tho boot-black to tell "Tinsey,"
as ho called him, that when it was con
venient for him, we should be pleased to
have liiiu call. Two or three days after
ward, "Tiiii-ey" called, ragged and bare
footed as before-. He told us that his
father had been dead two years; that
his mother and two listers were very
poor, living iu n rear basement in Goerck
hired, and ho himself lived at tho Buy.-)'
Lodging House in Uivington street, pay
itig five ixi.tH each for his Hupper, bed,
and breakfast His earnings averaged
from fifty to Seventy five cents per day,
and niurt of it went to support his mother,
wl.o was very sickly, and only mado a
fuw cents occasionally peddling tinware.
This faot accounts for tho cognoiuQn
"Tinsey," by which the boy was known.
Considerably improved in appearance,
wo dismissed tho boy, saying that we
should call aud see his mother, and make
inquiry regarding him at his lodging
nouso, and if reports were favorable wo
might give him work in our office. The
poor hoy was overjoyed at this; siid he
would like so much to got regular work,
becausu the conductors kicked him off tho
cars, and the big boys drove him from
the bust blacking stands.
Tho superintendent of tho Kivington
street lodging house knew "Tinsey" well,
mid spoke- very highly of him. Ho said
lie was o'jo of tho few atrcet boys who
did not use tobacco, swear, or , stay out
late at night. lie always attended night
school and Sunday meeting, and generally
hud a book from tho library. His afleo
lion for his mother and sister was very
great, and when ho was hur'd pushed
would tell Ills shoes and best garments
to order to purchase trifliug delicacies
for bis tick paront.
His mother said Charlie fur thai is
"Tinsey s right ttamo was ho best of
(toys, ant) tho miittMay of tho family,
He ulapi it tho Rivieglou streot Lodging
House, the tt'ii, her lie fcai received
most of his ciucattoe nd much good
I vice. These ioquirut sal'isied ut tbat
'Tins' ktrrod beting Iiwtdv H
U now ia our employment, an active,
otolligeot, truitwortliy- toy. Ho ii
neither biro footed now, nor wears ragged
clothes, but earns a competent salary,
and lives with Lis mother in a comfort
able home. He it now on tbo primary
steps of Udder that leads to iafiucoce
and independence, with a fair prospect of .
one day standing on the topmost rounl.
.1 Serial Story by Dr. IkUavd. A New
Storg by Saxe Holm A Long S'ory
from If ret Uurte. HriViaat Array of
Contribulori. Clarence Couk on iur
nitnre and lecoration. A' . Stodard
Extra ordinary ItulurtBiinis (0 New
SOO Pages for t.()(). A.C., Ac.
The Publishers of Scrlbner't Monthly, In their
Protpectui just Issued, prorslie for tbe erisalog
year a more brilliant array of contributor', and
an Increaio In the variety and beauty of ill Illus
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than any which have appeared In any American
br- Holland, the Editor, will write the icrla
Itnry of tbe year, which will be autobiographi
eal in form, and wilt be illustrated by Ml"!
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and will deal with loino of the rnest difficult
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menced In the November number.
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One I egged Dancers.
Z Uret llaite, the belt writer of iboit stories now
living, will contribute a characteristic story, en
title 1 'I lie Kplc ot l'iddlctuMH, wnich will
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ties from tho first.
pccialTeims to Dialer, tlcreiucii aud
SCKlUXEIt k CO..
651 ISroadway, Jf. Y.
THO ST, JSL O.
AHKNT FOH TIIK
lFttithan tind Elgin
Which he will Furnish at Facto) v
wir i i t -t i
tr toiesaie rrices.
T WOULD respectfully announce to tbo clll
l lens of Lincoln county that I liavo scrure
tho scrtirea of a FIKsT-CLAKS JOUKNKV
JIA. WATCH UAKKlt, undwlll
Repair AVultlie ClockKU.nil
AT MODERATE RATES,
AMI) IS COO!) OIIDF.lt.
KNGIUV1NG NEATLY EXECITED
Jewelry bought of mo will be cngrared free
Special attention paid to watcbet tbat hare
been "botched" and "butchered" and nearly ru
men ny poor woikinen.
pir All Work Wai ranted.
J. Ii. VAUf.iliIV,
f I', k A. Telegraph OIBce.llonlilt' llulldlng.l
THIS IIAKIIRY WILL SUH'LY i'OUWITI!
l-iLhl, Hoalllil.il Brend,
Cheaper lmn you can make it, and save
you the vexation of often teeing all your
Xcutl and Dough turn out badly.
Tho spring and summer season will toon bo
iiero, anu in order to mako It profllablo to taj
customers by furnlablnx them bread cheaper than
they have heretofore been ablo to cot t , I will
toll tickets, each of which will be good for a ttn
cent loaf of broad, at tho rate o( 13 for $1, thus
gmng ci.juworiu ot bread Tor a dollar.
MY STOCK OF
IS LAKQE AND VAKIKD, AND I KKEP
TIIK KINKll QUALITIES AC
WELL AH STICK CANDIES.
Alto, Figt, Itaisint, iOc, and all hindt oj
Lacet foumi, tyonge, Lemon,
Tea, Scotch and Ginaer.
Allkindt of Caket and Pattritt made to
order. All ordert thould be given at
leatrtwmaayt in advance.
CAKB & ROGEHS COLUMN.
BEFORE PUr.CHASINO CALL AT OUH
SHOP AT TIIK TAN YAHD IN TIIOY
OUIt lAHGE Sl'OCK OF
Open-face work do.,
Hair Saddle Girths,
Leather Saddlo CsirtlH,
Web Saddle Girths,
l'low Gear, &o.
Boys' and Girls'
Boots and Shoes
of Kvcry Style,
Done with 2ieatnesa and Dispatch.
Hides and Tallow.
ROOT AND SHOE
We tnanufactuco our Boots and Shoes,
Saddles, Harness and Collars out of
Leather of our own Tanning, andaro'
tho only persons in Troy who manufac
ture out of Leather made at our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
CATC! & HOGEIIS.
I J. M. McLELLAN
CAKE & MoLELLAN.
Real Estate Agents.
Trey, LIbcoIb Couiy, Mo.,
Buy and Sell Hud. Pay faxes lor Non
residents, CJlve Abstracts of Titlea.
Write Deeds, Mortgages, Plats
ot Lands, Ac.
They Offer for Sale lite Following
No. I Improre I farm, 189 acres, X miles
dorthwest of Auburn, 2 miles of railroad and 2
miles of rock road, 35 acres iu cultiration. 154
acrei splendid timber, hewed-log house ljf sto
riet, liable and corn crib. I'rico 2J00, ono third
cash, balance on time.
No. U Coal land 6 milct routhwest of Troy,
40 acres in the middle of the coal fields and
lthin 100 yards of the shaft at the Link mine.
Price $2000, half cash, balance on time.
No. 3 202 acres unimproved timber land
&i miles south of Millwood aud adjoining West
prairie. Trice 00, third cash, balance on long
No. ti House and lot In Troy, frame house
30 by 40 and one itory high, 4 rooms, closet,
smoke house, cistern, shrubbery, &c, lot 100 by
100 foot, 2C0 yards frtm town spring. Price and
terms $ 1000 cash,
No. tl Farm of US acres, i miles of Mos
cow Mill, 20 ncRs In cultivation, 99 acres good
timber, 18 bearing peach trees Price $20 per
acre, two-tbirds cash, balance on time.
No. 7 54 acres timber land, underlaid with
coal, 2i miles of Moscow. I'rico f2J per acre,
two-thirds cash, balance on time.
No. 8 Improved farm of 93Jf acres, ono
mllo from tho court house In Troy, 25 acres In
cultivation, 23 acres in pasturp-ttnd meadow, 100
fire year old npplo trees, 25 peach trees, 45 acres
tptcndld timber, 2 stoiy frame 18 by 24 and an
L 1 story 18 by 21, all In good repair, smoko
house, chicken house, stables and crib, A No. 1
tobacco Inrn of 6 tiers, good well, i'rico and
terms $35 cash per acre. Jutt the placo for n
t.crson who desires to carry on a small farm, and
nlso get tho benefit of good schools la Troy for
No. tl Iinprotcd f.irm of 60 acres mites
cast of Tror, 25 acres in cultiration, 55 acres
fiood timber, log house 16 hvlS, I stories, smnko
house, corn crib and stnhlci, 125 young fruit
trees in beating. Price J35 per acre, two thirds
cash balancu on time.
No. 10 Improved farm of 60 acres 2 mlias
soulli of Troy, 35 acres in cultivation, 15 acres
in grass and 30 acres timber, houso 10 by 18, 1 )i
stork'!, kitchen 14 by 16, smoko house, cellar,
stable sheded on two si les, granary, crib and ben
bou'e. All these buildings nru new and sub
stantial. Well and pond of stock watel, 25 ap
1 !-. 25 peach and 6 pear trees of excellent Iruit.
Price 30 dols. tier acre, two thirdt cneb balance
No. II Iaiprotcd fuira of 200 acres, 5 miles
northwest of Troy, 70 acres in cultivation, 130
acres timber, 2 story house 18 by 20 with L kit
chen 16 by 24 one etory, smoke bouse with cellar
under it 7 It dcip, stables, corn crib, new 7 -t cr
tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 730 trees In
bearing, consisting of apple, peaches, pears.
plums, apricots, nectarines, ehcrrios. Xow and
commodious school houso near. Price 20 dols
per acre, half cash, balance on time without In
No 12 Improved farm of 80 ncrcs 2Ji milct
west of Chain of Hocks, in a Herman neiirhbor-
hood, 40 acres in cultivation, 40 acres fino timber,
i house, smoko house, good well, stable, tobacco
barn, apple and pouch orchard, new school house
close at nana, i'rico $20 per aero, Iialf cash,
ununco on tunc.
I Xo. l.'l Improved farm of 200 acres 4 miles
cost of Troy and 2 miles of Moscow mills, 100
' acres fenced, 80 acres in cultivation, 20 acres in
grass, 10!) acres timber, 2-slory house, 20x30,
cellar under it, smoke houso, splendid well, sin-
. Nlc?, largo crib, 2 tobneco batns, 1511 npplo trees,
pears, pcnciic, cnerrics, grapes. Laml iiroi
Ml bushels corn per aero this year. Now school
houso completed and paid for convenient. Prico
l per nerc, half cash, balanco on time.
ft no acres, unproved larin, SO ncrcs
fenced and in cultivation, splendid timber, in
I eluding a good sugar camp, 30 bearing fruit trees,
two-story log house, lathed and plustercd, smoke
I bouse and outbuildings, 3 splendid si.rinirs on
tho farm, This Inrm is fivo miles from Troy and
half that distance from St bili llailroad. Price
No.-15 1150 acres of splendid land located
near mo norm uno ot this county. Tho rock
road from Auburn and tho St I, Si K Itr both run
through this tract. About ono half of this land
Is fenced and has six dwelling houses located at
different tioints on it. Stables.
barns aic largo and well built, and nt convenient
points on tho f.iim. Tho entire tract is offered at
tho very low figure of $20 per aero. Or wo will
sell tracts of 60 ncrcs, 120 acres, 160 acres, 200
acres; at a small auvnnco on tho above t.rico
according to tho .tuiimivcmcnts and location of
mo particular tn.ct desired by tho purchaser.
o. lit improved farm of 80 acres fenced
anu -i acres hi cultivation, largo house, 1J
..u.,v u,Ku am, n nuciicn izx iu; spring within
Bhort distance, 4 good springs on plnco s 100
fruit trees of apples, peaches, cherries, plums,
pears s within ono mllo of a grist nnd saw mill,
4H.mil" south of Troy. Price $15 per acre.
No. 17 141 acres, small houso and ubout 15
ncrcs cleared ond under fence, 120 ncres of
timber, 5 miles north of Troy. Prico $500.
i No. 18 Four well Improved, splendid farms,
! lying in ono body of 525K ncrcs ; will bo .-old
separately or together. 160 acros hat large
dwelling house with 7 rooms, 2 porchos, part of
tho bouo new, beautiful site, with largo shado
trees In yard, 2 tenant houses in tho yard, smoko
house, well of llvine water and a cHlfpn. ti ft vp
I barn 3041jold stable j granary, corn crib
, plenty of stock wator; 600 young thrifty apple
treet of selected Irult, 100 cboico fruit trcca in
bearing, nnd never fail any year. All well
. fenced in fields of convenient tlie. naaturn fin. I
( meadowa well set in grass and clover, 30 acres of
fine timber. Thla is, and has been for years,
tho model farm of tho township. Price $35 per
acre. 160 ncrcs has dwelling hou:o Vt ttorics
I uiu. .am i.u wun l, miction, corn crib and
stable, all new j 40 acrej fenced and In cultiva
tion, 120 timber. Prico $20 per acre. 120 has
dwelling 16x:'3 with L porch on south tldo of
house, smoke house, cistern well, stables and
cribs; land nil well fenced, 60 acres in eultlvn
tlon and meadow. Prico 25 dolt, per aero. 85 J.j
, acres, 40 ncres In cultivation, 15 acres meadow,
no buildings, 30 acres timber. Prico 20 dols. per
aero. Price of tho cntiro tract of 625)4 ncrot,
$22 50 per acre. Terms 3,000 do), cash, balanco
No. Ill New two.ttory dwelling and Rlott In
town of Troy. House 16x26 with L 16x28, por
tico in front and porch on back, 6 largo rooms, a
clotct, well of living water, large cittern; smoko
houso and liable. Large number of fruit trcct
In bearing, apples, peaches, poart, tweet cher
ries, nioritln cherries, plumj, quincet, Ao. With
in two squares of churches and tcboolt. Price
two thousand dollar).
No. ai Improved farm 49 aoros of splendid
land in u German neighborhood. In a hlrrh .lnl
of cultivation, good dwelling house, smoko houso
and ttab o.eomo fruit trees. Farm well watered.
Within 1JJ mllo of Chain of Hockt and i mllo
oi .uouwi ui i crcon. I'rico 1600 dolt.
In thlt enlightened age not many purcliasen,
ttrangert especially, hire conveyance! and rldo
over the country in search of a farm for talc,
when tbero It a Real Estate Agency to be found.
Wo advertise extenttvely and systematically, and
owaers dctlrlng to tell, and purchasers wishing
to Buy, each earnestly hunting for the other and
bit own Intorott, secure tko greatest pottlblo
talety and debate oti the ona hand, asd tho
lean expenso or time and rnoaey for toaroh on
tbe other, by placing in our Agonoy tlie elo or
pwrvn:o ot any properly.
Wo rcqutro partial desirlsg to tell property to
sign a contract describing tho sauta, naming lh
"I " ""is mo property it isreeiaia ror 4!S,
price aud terms, and lilndlng the owner to pay
Omt Ceomtswtouu. If lh prico Aoet not
exceed wiv, our commission for talo will be $20
Regular comuliilost on all tales 214 per con4.
Vv&tt ofi&Sc 90 tw ?6EJtl(,at
F, a CAKE.
for isrt. I
The (WIDE it? now pnbllibcd quarterly. 23
Ceiils pays ror the year, tonr numncrs, wnicn
I, not hill the cost. Those who sftorwardt send
money to the amount ot une uonaror luoro iur ,
Seudt may alto ordef 25 csntt worth extrt tho
price paid for the Onlde.
Tbe January number It oeautuui, givingp ant
for making Rural homes, Designs for Dining Ta
b e Decorations, Window Gardens, tc , and con
taining a matt of i nformation Invaluable to the
lorer or noweri. uae Hundred and tfiity pages,
on fino tinted paper, tome Flro Hundred Engra-
vlngt snd a superb Colored Plate and Chroino
Cover. The Drtt edition of Two Hundred Thou
sand just printed in Lngllth nnd Ucruian, and
ready to tend out.
JAMES VICK, Itochcstor, si. 1.
F. W. HARBAUM,
If Vwelbarrows, Vc,
ALL KIM OF REPAIR WORK
AIL WORK WARRANTED,
July 17. lS-2-1y.
Ihavc iust opened out a NEW
AND COMPLETE STOCK of
Goods in the brick building of Mess.
Woolfolfc & trews, adjoining Mr.
Withrow's saddle and harness store,
and loill keep on hand
COMPLETE STOCK OF
The Season Icing short I have determined
OX ALL GOODS.
pST At I rcaliicd consldciablo loss by the
burning of my homo, store and stock, I earnestly
call upon all persons who ono mo to settle,
need the money.
Troy, Mo., Nov. 30, 1871.
Schnelie & Querl,
ta cor, iMaiu and Dcstrehan Sis.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
July 2J, 1871 ly.
I expect to remain In Troy, and
keep at all times a I. urge and
Complete Slock or
I WAHKANT my Jewelry to
be what I represent It. If CJold,
I tell my customers so ; If Plated
1 tell them. Jewelry made or
purchased to order. I keep the
verv bent American Watclica and
Clocks for sale.
Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry Repaired, and all
IUAVM tot'tth puw lnl plgt, tmrchased
from tho host f.,,in. r ' V ",un,eii
Chi,, MoK. ol Mestrt.'shejiar'.. A Alcxa"dcr"of
rT. r I ai nny nijo.
I lOIt, SALE
FKAlUlt V COLBERT.
.-nr . ., . .
AIIOMejS At LaH & Heal Estate lg(o
2U ACrCS jy0 .
Two and hair miles west of Troy on Tniii.i
and Danville road. Larce hrleV it. .in.. V. t.
41 by 12 feet front, 8 rocint with hall J".,"
story and crott balls on second story, fircplaeVli
each mom, ceilings 12, 10 and 8 feet, rtlltr la i.
20 feet with ttono nails. Llvlrnr well ,,r l.J
water nnd plenty ol ttock water on farm '
acre! in cultivation, fine orchard of select fraii
of all kinds j all the land under fence. On ro,l
leading to coal fleljs, At low flgures and ttn..l
to suit purchaser.
80 Acrts n. 4
Ono mllo north ot Troy on Louisville rotd
Nice one ttnry cottage dwelling with 4 roomti 1
mllo from St. L. 4 K. railroad. 40 teles in cul.
Ovation j young orchard of select fruit, bi jln.
nlng to bear. Low flgures and terms to suit pur
201 Acres tfo. if
Thrco and a half miles south of Trc. A
splendid farm, over 100 ocrct in cultivation, i
good dwelling with 7 or 8 rooms, 2 new barm
good outbuildings, plonty ef using ond stock'
wntcr, on a nubile road, a lino orchard ofsilcct
fruit nnd small fruits, n Ono garden paled lri
Dwelling ttandi on a nlco elevation with tiled"
yard. Entlio farm under fenco nnd every acre"
sutceptlblo of cultivation. Splendid tract of
land, a very dcttrahlo borne, and is offered ot very
320 Acres Xo. j
Four miles south of Troy on Mexico roaj.
200 acret In cultivation, prairie land, friui,
dwelllngwlih 6 rooms, good orchard of sssii
fruit, Is a fine stock faim, good barns, plcntv tint
timber to k"cp placo up, plenty using snd slock
water, in a good neighborhood acccssable Iu l(
directions. Good stand for public house nn.l
finding quarters. Will tell part or all to suit
purchaser, Prico vory low.
160 Acres Xo. c
Four miles toulh of Troy, 70 arret In culti
ration, log dwelling with II rooms, meat hous
nnd barn, good well of living water and a smr.ll
orchard of fruit trees. Half mile of dlsirict
school house, half mile west of Sand Hun church,
tamo distanco from Post Oah nnd in n good
neighborhood. Very cheap and desirable.
200 Acres n. k
Four miles north of Troy. 70 ncrcs in a jcml
state of cultivation, 2-story log dwelling houre
18 by 20 with L 10 by 2ft, 4 rooms In all. urcharJ
of select fruit of nil kinds, 1 mile west of St. I..
A k. railroad, very lino spring of never fulling
water near the huii'e, convenient to school and
churches, iu good neighborhood, and at very low
4 Lois in Troy. , K)
Nice piece of property in Troy a block of 4
lota, with couifortablo dwelling, good g-irden,
yard, .Icon one of tho finest struts in tonn.
Lhcap for cash.
104 Acres Xo, n
2 miles cast of Ch.intllln, log iiKclling uiili
roo'ns, meat house nnd excellent cistern, i.len'v
of stock water, 40 ncres In cultivation, at low
figures nn.l on easy terms.
2 Lois iu Troy. No. !2
A gooi pieco of property in the town of
Troy 2 lots, dwelling house and mint bouf.
cnclosod with good fence, on a fine ttitct, and
commands a splendid view of the town. Cheap
1100 Acres Xo. 31
Of land situated in Lincoln nnd l'ikc coun
ties on tho waters of Drvntil's creek, in survey
17.'I7, within 3 miles of n boat landing on lU
Mississippi river, and is divided into lots of
about 200 acres uach. All this laml is very val
uable possessing n soil unsurpassed fur produc
tiveness, with an nbunuancu of water for all
purposes, peculiarly njapted to fruit growing
aud stock raising, with ixtinsivc improvement
on each and every lot, nnd tbo uncultivated por
tion covereu wun 140 iiuojc ttinovr in nurtlirs
Ml.'fsouri. All in an cxcollrnt neighborhood, ti
ensv access to churches nnd schools, and from
which teams can make thrco trips to tbo river la
a day. For tnle In lots to suit purchasers and on
term must liberal Indeed. Persons dcsiiing
homes which will p.iy nnd bo a blessing to them
selves and posterity, could not do better than
buy 0110 or all uf these splendid lots of land.
257 1-2 Acres Sf. 11
On Iho Mississippi Illufi", 7 tulle west of Cap
au Oris nnd 7 miles southeast of Kcv Hope, on
tho 111 ii IT ro.nl, bO ncics In cultivation, balnbco in
One timber. Fr.nno dwelling with 5 r-oms, tol
erably good out buildings, 4 or 5 ncvcrf.iiiiig
Fprings on the place, good cistern near uoorot
ilwelling. young orctiarit ol select null, near to
Ilaidlst nnd Christian churches nnd school hoiire.
3 miles from Hobinsoii's mill and store, in u very
fino neighborhood, splendid wheal, corn nnd
stoi.k Inrm, tho very plnco to make you a good
homo and to get your money buck on, 1'iico
very low and terms to suit purchasers, Ilo in a
hurry clso you will be Iclt out In tbe coKt.
Lot iu Troy. No. 15
Lot No. 75 in Troy, n good property of 4
lots, dwelling with 4 rooms, nicoyntd, borso and
cow lot, a youug orchard or select fruit, gocu
garden, in a deslrablo part of town, on a fine
ttrcit anu commnnus a lino view of the town.
At low figures nnd terms to suit the purchaser,
liny beforo the St L i K K R is comidrtcd, and
thorcby tecuro yourself a haudtotno rofit.
Troy Properly. No. 16
"Here Is the placo to get your money back.
Tho Poentulot property on Main, Cherry and
Union ttrccts, three ttoro rooms, ono frnntlngon
Main and Cnorry ttreots, the other two fronting
on Alain street, all one-s'.ory framo buildings;
and on tho snmo lot and Immediately back of tbe
ttoro room on the corner of Main and Cherry is a
ono-story frame dwelling with 4 rooms. This
properly occupict the very bott location in too
town of Tray for any kind of mercantile busi
ness, and will bo told at very low figures and on
tortnt exceedingly generous. If you detito tho
bctt bustnest ttand in Troy you will find it to
your interest to bo up and doing, else you will
lose a bargain wortu having.
140 Acres. No. 17
LOOK HERE, YE STOCK MEN I 140
acres in a fins ttato of cultivation, 100 acret in
grass, balance ready for any kind of grain, alt
under good fencing in 3 fields, on the Troy nnd
Auburn road, a part of the Jonah Morrit farm, ?
miles fram Troy and 3 miles touth from Auburn.
plenty of ttock water, 2 buildings ; also tho un
divided ono mtn part or .00 ncrot of good tim
bered land ono mllo west of the 140 acre tract,
which it alto a part of tho Jonah Morrit farm.
Theso landt aro within a thort distance of tho
St L & K R R. aro very valuable and In a good
condition to yield nn hundred fold. Prioo 94,000,
too cheap to talk about, terms liberal.
240 Acres Nn. 18,
Two nnd a holf miles north of Troy on the
Troy nnd Louisville road, 130 acres in a fine itato
of cultivation, 25 acres in meadow well taken
In timothy, 4 ncrot in orchard of choice summer,
fall and winter fruit, and tbo rest of tho farm in
timber nnd very rich land. Plenty of puro
running water through tho farm at all seasons
of tho year, at convenient distances from barn
yard, a well of fino cold water having an average
throughout tho year a depth of 8 ft, convenient
to houso. Fences all in good repair. The Ilia
bio land Is fresh, having beon cleared within the
past 15 yrs and has beon well kept up by the
olovor tytlom of culturo, and Is adapted to tbe
growth of wheat, ccrn, tobacco, gross and fruit.
Two itory frame houtowlth 4 rooms, kitchen and
moat houte, barn, liable cribs and ico house.
The St I, A- K Jtr passes thro' tho form, goo
district school within half mllo or houso, Price
0000 dols, 4000 in Isand btlanco la 1 ini 2 years.
V, utiles north of Ty, edjolalne farw No.
18, ill acros in cultivation ant very rich land,
nokor fnlllre menm of water rss through t
form, tprlng of fine Water near ImproremeaW
ComfortaWe cahiti, log stable, coje crib ic.
fit L A K Rr rats through Ifelt tand. Th lanl
not cloafed It splendid toil and heavily tlberA
Near district icfcool house. Price 2,000, 1,200
in band, balance In 1 and S ycats
86 Arm &
2 miles cast of Trof on FVenolimau'i bluff,
30 acret In cultivation, balanco in fine timber, rich
toil', comfortable dwelling, stable and out build
Ingt. Oood chnnco for luiall homo on esy terms.
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