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rr rttiaiftt tt m fUecl tea th
fttitctt thai tn front 3rt Ri it-
Sin, then if likoly lo bo t famine in Ire
land, it i Mid itiit the "rot" feu f tob
obly "holly destroyed lb poltto crop in
that country, and that thousanda of acic
tit hdglisn potato Ileitis have iuflied
If om the same causa.
American can form but rery faint
idea of tfce tAiaery shst theso statement
if they aro Ifuo forcstiadovr. Our
turn Country is ao ctlcnsito, iia firoduc
tioni are to varioun, and the runs of the
f'cople ao ''well off'1 that the failutu of
uno kiod cf focd would not hring wijo
tprcad disaster. But the Irish rely upon
the potato as the.r principal article ol
lict -not is they did thirty ycara aj;o
but stilt $ their rutin support, and il
taken from them, tcrriblo buffering trill
The mtsrti of tlio Irith aro poor.
The loss of their principal crop will
reJuea tbeta to uttrr destitution. Il
commerce brings food to their seaports
they will hare no money to offer for it
Besides thi, their ignorance of other
kinds of food makes it difficult to feed
idem. At their last great famine runny
t)f thesa could not or would not learn how
to cook Indian meal that was sent them
In larpe quantities. And yet, properly
jirepuod, few kiuds of food aro more
The lo.s of the potato crop to the
British Islands would bo more severely
felt becauso of t ho hib price of fuel
there. Tho supply of (hh, too, has
somewhat fallen off, and there i. com
plaint of tho greatly increased cost of
meat of all kinds. At best, thero can be
ho doubt that the poorer classes of Oreat
untain will Buffer Irom unusual priva
tions during tbo winter mouths at hand.
N'o Sa&batii. in a prize essay on the
babbatb, writlon by a juurncjman printer
in Scotland, hiw'h tor singular power of
language and beauty of expression, hat
never been surpassed, thero occurs the
following passage. Bead it and then re
flect for a whilo what a dreary and deso
late page would iliii life present if the
Sabbath were blotted out from our circu
"Yokefellow I think hoff tho abstrac
tion of the Sabbath would hopelessly en
tlave the working classes, with whom we
are identified. Think of labor thus go
ing on in one monotonous and entcrnal
Cycle, limbs forever on the rack, the fin
gcra forever straining, the brow forever
sweating, tho feet forever ploddint', tho
brain forever throbbing, tl.o shoulders
forever dropping, the loins forever ach
ing, the testiest mind forever scheming.
"Think of the beauty it would efface,
tho mcrry-hcartendness it would cxtin
guish, of the giant strength it would
time, of the resources of nature it
would crush, of tbo sickness it tio.ll
breed, of tbo projects it would wnck,
tif tho groans it would cxtor', of
tho lives it would immolate, and of the
cheerless graves it w-juld prematurely
dig I fee them toiling and moiling, and
hewing, weaving and fp!nning, feniig
and gathering, mowing and reaping, rais
lug and building, digging and planting,
striving and slrusgling in tho garden
bod in the field, in the grainary and in
tho bam, in tho factory and in the mill,
in tho warehourc and in the shop, on
the mouu'ain and in the ditch, on the
toadsidc and in tho wood, in the city and
in the country, out at sea and on the
fthoro, in tho days of brightness and ol
gloom. What a picture would the world
present if we had no Sabbath I '
Craddock, of tho Paris Kentuckhn,
having recently fumigated several articles
against the hone thief Lcggo, had sent
him tho other day thu following "notis":
"Dec. 9th, 1872 Mr. J. J. Craddock,
Paris, Ky. Sir, as patients has ceased to
he a virtuo wo writo you and tho county
of Bourbon as regards our freud Lcgg.
jtoo are a dam thief murderer robber
and everything that is mean & a great
many of your county arc the samo, and
wo now notify you and your frends to
neither publish or circulate any more
reports without grounds for the same,
death being tbo penalty for the so doing,
will clean the county with h're and sword
in disobaytions of the within you aro a
dam thief and robber C- have got to pub
lish this fire and sword being the cooso
tiuenccs of a fallicr of so doing & you
tnust never publish another piese with
out cause death being tho penalty &c K.
K K 'a and many frends Any one of us
will meet you or any of your coleegues
In open field and decide tho cootost if you
tiro dissatisfied you dam dog you aro a
dam ooward if you don't resent the above
reply in tho truo kentuckian K. K. K.'a
and many frends." Courier Journal.
An Unfortunate Device. The story
is told of Mr. Jones, who, one evening
In fly timo, having been provokingly
lashed in the taco, tied the tail of the
row he was milking very securely to hie
Everything went on smoothly for a
time, Mr. Jouea congratulated himself on
Presently, however, the cow took a no
tion to lash a fly that was biting her.
Mr. J. chuckled somo when lie felt tho
pull at his boot-strap ; but tho chuckling
was cut short, for "Bossie" finding she
cnutil trot touch her tormentor suddenly
Htarted, and as Mr. J. was not prepared
for such a demonstration, he was upset
and tbo contents of tho pail distributed
over his person.
The cow stopped for a moment, but in
rhat time our hero had gained his list;
an instant after be was seen with bis
hand on tbe hip of the cow making a
four cf tho farmyard with prodigious
hops upon ono foot, at every step ho
ivould ejaculate :
"So, Boss, bo Boss," but "Boss" didn't
"so" worth a cent.
At last ths boot attachment gave way,
and .Mr. Jones returned to the bouse a
Wiser if not a sadder man.
"What do you oall that?" indignantly
liked a customer it a cheap restaurant
foisting at an objeot that he kid diicor-
itaviiscui fipj rviu iiv vaiivr.
briftktjr. Wlll do yon consider (fast t
h.shV" a,ked the customer, ih mnh:
"Ucod heavenf, sir I" cried tho wtiter,
"would yoq expect to find a ten dollar
silk umbrel! in . filtecn ecut Ditto of,
XOTICE la hereby glvinthat lellcri ofadmlo.
I'tntlon were -tiIimI to the undersigned
on ttieestatc of Thomas Weslherfotd, deceased,
on the IHth day of Janna y, MJS, by the Clerk
uf thb Probate Conrt o.' Lincoln county, Mo.
All persons baring claims nf nlnst said estate
arc rrqulrcd to exhibit them lo tbe administrators
lor allowance wilmn ono jear from the date of
a.nu iciicra, or ii.er may be precluded liora any
bent'flt of raid eilatej an I If not eihibited
wllbln two yeara from the date of aald letter,
they will be forerer bane l.
FKANKMN B WEATIIEHFORD,
II I KAM tV. WEATIIKItFOKl),
NOTICE li Lcreby gircn that letter; of admin
titration were iiranted to the cnder'lcned
on the estate of Nancy Tboinai, dee'd, br tbe
Clerk of tbe I'robato Court of Lincoln county,
.Mo., on tho Clh day or January, J n i J.
All licrioni harlne c'alim azalnst laid estate
aro reunited toexblhlt them to the iilminlslritor
fur allowance Tltnin one year Irom the date 01
l.ild letter!, or they tuny be jirecluded from any
benedt of e.i'nl eitate; and it not exhibited
I'.hln two rein from the date of mil letter!
tbey will be forerer barred.
JanSnl JUll.N (i. JJAU.NLS, Adm'r.
OTICE is hereby given that letters
tanicntary wero granted to the underilgned
br tbe Clerk of the Probate Court ol Lincoln
county, Mo., on tbe estate of William ti. Bil
berry, dcceaicd, on the 2ilh day ol Nov., I S 7 2.
All l er on having claims neainit raid estate
arc required to exhibit them for allowance to the
r.xccutcr wllbln one year irom the date ol
laid letters, nr they may be precluded from an;
benefit of laid estate, and if not exhibited uilhln
two years from the date of laid letters, the; will
be forever barred.
ItODERT F. E '.SHERRY J v ,
dect UE.VJ. F. ELSIiERRY, J " "'
NOTICE is hereby given i that letter! testa
mentary were granted to the nnderrined
on 'the enate of John A. Sitton, deceated,
by the Clerk of tbe I'robato Court of Lincoln
county, Mo , on the 9lh day of bec'r, 182.
All pcnoni hiving claims against said estate
arc required to exhibit them to the Executor
for aliowanco within one year from tho date ol
laid lettcri, or they may be precluded from any
benefit of laid estate, and if not exhibited within
two yeara from the date uf laid letters they will
be lorever barred,
dccll 0. 0. WILSON. Exec'r.
NOTICE ii hereby given that letters of ad
ministration were granted to the under
signed on the co-partnership estate of W. ?. Dunn
S: Co., by the Clerk of tbe Probate CnUrt of
Lincoln county, Mo., on tbe 16th day of Decem
Persons having claims against laid estate are
required to cabibit liiem to the udminii rator
tithin ono year from the dato of laid letters, or
they may be precluded from any benefit of said
estate; and if not cxbibilcl within two years
from thu date of said letters, they will be forever
barred. .leclSJ JAS. S. NORTON, Adm'r
VOTICK ii hereby given that lettcri ol ad
I i ministration wero granted to tho undersigned
on tbo estate of Rebecca J. Uuinphy, dec'd.Jby
theClcik of the Probate Court of Linroln county.
Mo., on the l.llh day of January, 1873.
All persons haing claims against laid estate
arc required to exhibit them to tbe administrator
for aliowanco within one year fron tho dato of
sail letters, or they may be precluded from any
benefit of said estate, and if not cxbibited within
two years from the date of said lettcri they will
be forever barred.
jm22n3 JONATHAN POD? ON, Adm'r.
St. Louis & Keokuk Railroad
A Large Train of
Novelty Cash Store.
IJ'EELINO thankful for former patronge, I will
lay to the public, if they will continue their
patronage, good! will Mill be reduced in price.
V. S. COOPER, at Novelty Caih Store.
C10FFEE 4 lbs lo tbe Dollar.
J Threads of nil kinds 1 cent! a Snool.
Pins, only 5 cents apa per, Needles Ibo same, and
oiner ariiciei in same proportion, at
W. S. COOPER'S Novelty Caib Store,
ALT One car load on hand at the Novellv
vaiu oioru, wnica win do ioiu caeap lor CUD.
TRY GOODS, Clothing. Hats and Cans. Boot.
U and f hoei. Groceries, tc, a fall supply at
. ii . d. i.uut-mi"D novel ly vain Btore
THE highest market price paid for Countij
Produco at the Novelty Cash Stdrei
ao ciiia ior igga.
lO fenta fur Ilaron Hides.
IS Ctnts far Hataa.
TTAVINn completed my second year among
. you to can ana do posted.
W. 8. COOPXB.
EXPRESS M'AdON always Handing at lit
uoor. uooui uougni at tbe Novelty UallV
era d anywhere in town free of charge.
W. 8. COOPER.
AUODItft At Uff k Ht KslAlc If IS,
lift Atw ftV. i
Two and half mltv rest cf Tre on Truaton
and Danvlite road. Large biick dwelling house
44 by 6S rrtl front, 8 rucim wltn eaii on urn
ilnry and cross halls on second story, fire place in
each room, ceilings 12, 10 and 8 feet, cellar IS b
20 feet with stone nails. Living well or pure
water and plenty ol slock water on farm. 70
acres In cultivation, fine orchard of select Trait
of all kinds all the land under fence. On road
leading to coal fields. At low figures ana terms
to luit purchaser.
84) Acvrs No. 2
One mile north ot Troy on Louisville road.
Nice one Mory cottage dwelling with 4 rooms 1
mite from St. L. & li. railroad. 40 acrei in cul
tivation j young orchard of lelect fruit, begin
ning to bear. Low figures and terms lo suit pur
204 Acres Vo. 9
Three and a half mites south of Troy. A
splendid farm, over 100 acres in cultivation, a
good dwelling with 7 or H rooms, 3 new tarns,
good outbuildings, plenty cf uslug and stock
water, on a public road, a fine orchard of select
fruit and small fruits, a fine garden paled in.
Dwelling standi on a nice elevation with nice
yard. Entire farm under fence and every acre
susceptible of cultivation. Splendid tract of
land, a tcry desirabto bomeand il oCercdst very
320 Acres No. 4
Four mild south of Troy on Mexico road.
200 acres in cultivation, prairio laud, frame
dwelling with 6 roomi, good orchard of icleet
fruit, li a line stock rum, good barni, plenty hoe
timber to kcp place up, plenty uting ind stock
water, In a good neighborhood ncceiiabie In all
directions. Uood stand for public house and
finding quarters. Will sell part or all to luit
purchaser. Price vory low.
100 Acres No. G
Jour miles south of Troy, 70 acres In cult!
ration, tag dwelling with 3 rooms, meat house
and uirn,giod well of living water and n small
orchard of fruit trees. Half mile oT district
school house, half mite west of Sand Run church,
tame distance from Post Oah and in a good
neignuornoou. cry cucap ana desirable.
200 Acres No. 8
Four miles north of Troy, 70 acrei in a good
itntc of cultivation, 2-story log dwelling bouse
is by zu wltn u id uy .n, 4 rooms in all, orchard
of select fruit of all kinds, 1 lnilo west of St. L.
fc K. railroad, very tine spring of never failing
water near the hou'e, convenient to school and
churches, In good neighborhood, and at very low
4 l.o is in Troy. No. 10
Nice piece of properly in Troy a Mock of 4
tots, with comfortable dwelling, good garden,
yard, Ac, on ono of the finest street! in town.
Cheap for cash.
104 Acres No. 11
it miles east of Chnntilla, log dwelling with
! rooms, meat house and excellent cistern, nlcntv
of stock water, 40 acrei in cultivation, ot low
figures an Jo; easy terms.
2 Lots in Troy. No. 12
i goo l ricce of property in Ibo town of
Troy 2 lots, dwelling home and meat house.
enclosad with good fence, on a fine street, and
commands a splendid view of the town. Cheap
1100 Acres No. 31
Of land situated in Lincoln and Pika coun
ties on tho waters of llryanl'i creek, in survey
1737, within 3 mites of a boat landing on the
.Mississippi river, and is divided into lots of
about 200 acres each. All this land is very val
uable, posscslng a soil unsurpassed for produc
tiveness, with on nbundanco of water for nil
purposes, peculiarly adapted to fruit growing
and stock raising, with extensive improvement!
on each and every lot, and the uncultivated por
tion covered. with tbo finest timber in nortbiast
.Minsouri. All in an excellent neighborhood, of
eoi v access to churchel and schools, and from
which teams can make three trips to the river in
a day. For salo in lots to suit purchasers and on
terms most liboral indeed. Persons dei r ne
homes which will pay and be a blessing to them
selves and posterity, could not do belter than
buy one or all of these splendid tots of land.
257 I-2 Acres No. 14
Ou tbo Mississippi IlIulT. 7 miles west of Can
uu Oris and 7 miles southeast of New Hope, on
iuc iiiuu roau, vu nrrcs in cultivation, bnlacco In
fine timber. Frarao dwelling with 5 r.omi. tol
erably good out buildings, 4 or 5 nevcrfuillng
springs on tho plocc, good cistern near door of
dwelling, young orchard of select fiuit, near to
Vaptist and Christian churches and school house.
3 miles from Robinson'! mill and store, in a very
fine neighborhood, iplcndld wheat, corn and
itowk farm, tho very placo to make you a good
borne and to get your money back on. 1'iice
vory low and terms to suit purchasers. Re in a
hurry else you will bo left out in the cold.
Lot in Troy. No. 15
Lot No. 75 in Troy, a good rrorcrtv of 4
loti, dwelling with 4 rooms, nico yard, horso and
cow lot, a young orchard of select fruit, good
garden, in a desirable part of town, on a fine
street and commands a fine view of tbe town.
At low figures and terms to suit tho purchaser,
lluy befuro tbo St L 1c K R R ii completed, and
thereby eccure yourself a handsome profit.
Troy Properly. No. 16
"Here Is the place to get your money back."
Tho Pocnialot property on Main, Cherry and
union streets, inreo storo rooms, one fronting on
Muln and Cherry atrecti. tho other two fr on Uni
on Main street, all one-i'ory frnino buildings;
ami on me same 101 onu immediately back of the
tore room on tbe corner of Main and Cherry is a
ono-itory frame dwelling with 4 rooms. This
property occupies tho very best location in tho
town 01 iroy ior any kind or mercantile busi
ness, and will bo told at Very low figures and on
terms exceedingly generous. If you deiiie the
best business stand in Troy you will find it to
your interest to bo up and doing, else you will
lose a bargain worth having.
140 Acres. No. 17
LOOK HERE, YE STOCK MEN I 140
acres in n fine Hate of cultivation, 100 acres in
grass, balance ready ror any kind of grain, all
under good fencing In 3 fields, on the Troy and
Auburn road, a part of tbo Jonah Morrli farm, 7
miles fram Troy and 3 miles south from Auburn,
plenty of atock water, 2 buildings also the un
divided ono fifth part of 200 acrca of good tim
bered land one mile west of the 140 acre tract,
which Ii also a part of tbe Jonah Morria farm.
There landi are within a short diitance of the
St L 4 K R H. are very valuable and in a good
condition to yield an hundred fold. Price 94,000,
too cheap to talk about, terms liberal.
240 Acres No. 18
Two and a half miles north of Troy on the
Troy and Louiivillo road, 130 acrca In a fine state
of cultivation, 25 acres in meadow well taken
In timothy, 4 acres lo orchard of choice summer,
fall and winter fruit, and the rest of the farm in
timber and very rich land. Plenty of pure
running water through tbe farm at allies sons
or tbe year, at convenient distances from barn
yard, a well of fine cold water having an average
throughout tbe year a depth of 8 ft, convenient
to house. Fence, all in eood repair. The tils.
bio land is fresh, having been cleared within the
past liyri and hai been well kept up by the
clover system of culture, and Ii adapted to the
growin oi wneai, ccra, tobacco, grass ana trult.
Two story frame house with 4 rooms, kitchen and
meat house, barn, stable eribs and ice house.
The St L A K Rr panel thro' tbe farm, good
district school within half tullo ot house. Price
61)00 doll, 4000 in hand balance in 1 and 3 yean,
160 Acres No. 19
2 'A miles north of Tror. adlolning farm No.
18, 40 acres Id cultivation and very rich land,
never falllrg stream of water rani through the
arm, spring or Baa water near improvement!.
Comfortable cabin, log itable, corn crib Ac.
St LA K Rr runt through this land. The land
not cleared is splendid soil and heavily timbered
Near a district school house. Price 2,000, 1,200
in band, balance la 1 and 3 years.
80 Acres No. 20
2 miles eait of Troy on Frenchman'i bluff,
CO aerei in cultivation, balance In fin timber, rich
sou, comtortable dwelling, itable ana out build,
loci. Uood chance for small home on eaiy terms
pSf Partial wiibing to sell or buy wilt consult
laetr own latersit by eaiiing on us.
ft W, HARBAUM,
ALL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK
MOMPTLY ATTENDED TO,
AIL WORK WARRANTED
IV' EW WAGONS
Constantly on ,IInnd.
July 17. 1872 1y.
AOENT FOR THE
WuttHan and Elgin
Which he will Furnish at Factory
T WOULD respectfully announce to tbo citi
zens of Lincoln count? that I have secured
the services of a FIRST-CLASS JOURNEY
MAN WATCHMAKER, and will
Repair Watclit'H, Clock and
AT MODERATE BATES,
AXIS IN HOOD OUDKlt.
E.GR.WI.G mm EXECUTED.
Jewelry bought of mo will bo enirravcd free
Special attention raid to wntehei that bars
been "botched" and "butchered" and ncurly ru
ined by poor workmen.
pis" All Work Wai ranted.
J. Ii. VAUKIIAX,
fP. A- A. Telegraph Office, Bonflli' llulldlng.
TROY, 31 0.
I expect to remain In Troy, and
.keep at all times a Large and
Complete Stock or
I WARRANT my Jewelry to
be what I represent It. If Gold,
I tell my customers ao ; If Plated
I tell tliem. Jewelry made or
purchased to order. I keep the
very best American Watches and
Clocks for sale.
Watches, Clods and Jew
elry Repaired, and all
MRS, MARY SEDLAGEK'S
NOTION & GROCERY STORE,
For cheap groceries and provisions,
and evervthina in the aroceru
line, such as
do to Mrs. Sedlacek's.
Pcnoni Indebted to me are earneitly re
queued io can anu leiiie last year s accounts.
Him. JTI SEDLAOEK.
Feb'; 1. 1872.
MWOIESA.IE AND RETAIL DEALER
Watch Materials and Tools.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired,
NO. 210 fORTll fOl'RTIl STREfiT
Botwc Oitre and. Pin Streets)
tlsjr , tiT 7
CAKffi PEERS' dOLtlMK,
BEFORE PURCHASING OALL AT OUR
SHOP AT THE TAN YAM) IN TUOY
AND EXAM1NK I
OUR LARGE STOCK Ol'
Bugpy Harness, '
Open-face work do.,
Huir Saddle Girths,
heather Saddlo (Jirthi,
Web Saddlu Girths,
l'low Gear, io.
Buyi)' and Girls'
Boots and Shoes
of Kvory Stylo,
C A RRI AGE TRIMMING,
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
Hides and Tallow.
ROOT AND SHOE
I p"-- - Btnuiu. unrgo numDer oi iruti trees
, in bearing, apples, peaches, pearl, sweet eher
We manufactueo our Boots and Shoes, ,' mor,lln cherriei, piumi, quinces, Ac. With
Saddles, Harness and Collara out of
Leather of our own Tanning, and aro
tho only persons in Iroy who manufao-
turo out of Leather made at our yard.
Goods and prices warranted to
ni a, rrrm . -
lOAKli SS H OGMMMm
Real Estate Agent!
Trey. Llncali Canity, m
14HJ- and Belt Land. Pay Taxea ior...
l-eeldenls, Give Afcatracta of Titu,
WWe Deeds, Mortgages. PUu '
ot it is, Ac.
thy fer fw flat thu rllwa.
No. I Ieiprorad farm, 189 acres, a
dorthweit of Auburn, 2 rail,. oT railroad "dt
ralles of rock road, 34 aero, lu CBltlt0 is?
em splendid timber, hew.d-log hoa,,
rl, stable and corn crib. Price Ss00, on. thLi
caih, balance on time. "
Mo.-Cual land A mites southwest of Tror.
40 acres In the m ddle nr ih. ., .. "!
srlthlt i 100 yards or Ihe shaft at ths Link mtar
Price $2000, half csih, balance on time.
ii, 20? unimproved timber Una
oJi inllci south of Millwood and adjoining Wi
prairie. Price $800, third cash, balance on Ion
ln7'.'"1I.0U' tni Iot ,n JrT frsme-hoais
30 by 40 and one itory high, 4 room., cloTstJ
"7, ,hTne' Cl',ler,n' 'hrnW. Ac. lot 100 hi
1?.!. ,a;d' from ,own 'Frin8- Woo an
' ,Mlfh.n"m f,m W n,!leS f Mo.:
cu juration, VV aeroi good
; ! ns .pcf ,rcc' 1,ric8 W P
So V ... ! '"T 5 .. .
m, ,r . """"t ina, unnenaia isiij
coal. 2U mile, of Moscow. Price 2.l n.r
two-lhlrds cash, balance on time. '
No. M-Improred farm of acres, on
milo from tho court houso in Troy, 25 acres la
cultivation, 23 acres in paituro and meadow, IcU
five yvar old apple trees, 25 peach treei, 45 acrei1
splendid. timber, 2 itoiy frame IB by 24 and an
1. 1 itory 18 by 24, all In good repair, imoko
houio, chicken house, atables and crib, A No 1
tobacco tarn of 0 tiers, good w. l. Price and
termi $35 caih per acre. Just the nlor. r... .
T,",ua "h? deilrci to carry on a amall farm.and
alio get the beucSt of good acbooli In Troy for
No. O Improved farm of 80 acrei 34 miles
east of Tror. 25 acrca In cultivation. .vk .....
good timber, log houso 16 by!8, 1 torlei, imoke
house, corn crib and stables, 125 young fruit
tiees In bcarine. Prim S5 tier nerA Inn tkl.J.
cash balance on timo.
No. IO Improved farm of 80 acres 2 mlloj
jouth of Troy, 35 acres in cultivation, 15 acrei
In grass and 30 acres timber, houso I A by 18, Vi
stories, kitchen 14 by IB, smoke houso, cellar,
stable sheded on two sides, granary, crib and hn
house. All these buildings oro new and sub
stantial. Well and pond of stock watei, 25 ap
ple, 25 peach and 6 pear treci of excellent fruit,
Price 30 doll, per acre, two thirds casn balance
No. 11 I ji pro veil farm of 200 acres, 5 milts
i northwest of Troy, 70 acres in cultivation, 130
Hires timber. 2 itorv house 18 l.r 'in with t. vu.
cbtn lfi by 24 one story, suioko house with cellar
under it 7 It deep, stables, corn crib, new 7-t ef
tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 730 trcis in
bearing, consisting of apples, punches, pears,
plums, Dpricoti, nectarinci, cherries. New and
commodious school house near. Price 2U doll
per aore, half cash, balanco on timo without in
terest. No 12 Improved farm of SO acres 2J miles
west or Chain of Hocks, in a Ucrman neighbor
hood, 40 acres in cultivation, 41) acres fino timber,
houso, smoko house, good well, stable, tobacco
barn, apple and pench orchard, new school house
close lit hand. Price $20 per acre, half cash,
balanco on time.
No. 13 Improved fiirra of 200 acres 4 miles
east of Troy ami 2 miles of .Moscow mills, 111 J
acres fenced, 80 nc.-es in cultivution, 20 acres in
grass, 10(1 acres timber, 2-tory bouse, 2l)30,
collar undir It, smoko house, splendid well, lia
ble., large crib, 2 tubneco bains, 150 npple tri
penri, peaches, cbcrriei, grapes. Land produced
50 bushels corn per aero this yeas. New school
house completed and paid fur couveniont. Price
$18 per acre, half cash, bnlanco on time.
No. 11 140 acres, Improved larm, 50 seres
fenced and in cultivation, splendid timber, in
cluding ii good sugar camp, 30 bearing fruit trees,
two. story lug house, lathed and plastered, smoke
house nnd outbuildings, 3 splendid spring! on
the fnrm, This Inriu is bve miles from Troy and
half that distance from St L 3i K Railroad. Price
No. 1.1 1150 seres of rplodid l.ind located
near tho north lino of Ibis county. Tho rock
road from Auburn and tho St L .t K Rr both run
through this tract. About ono half of thii land
is fenced and 1ms tlx dwelling houioi located at
different points on it. Stables, cribs and tobacco
barns ate largo and well built, and at convenient
points on tbo faun. The entire tract is offered at
tho very low figure of $20 per acre. Or wo will
sell tracts of 80 acres, 120 acres, 160 acres, 200
acres; at n small adranco on tho nbore price,
according to tho .Improvements nnd location of
tbo particular trbct desirod by the purchaser.
No. 10 Improved farm of 80 acrei feaced
and 40 acres in cultivation, largo bouse, 1,'i
stories high and a kitchen I2x 16 spring within
short distance, 4 good springs on place ; 100
fruit trees of upples, peaches, cherries, plums,
renrn nithln nnn mlln nf n r,rlat .nil . mill.
4 HttVJyA .f.I,0?i. ,fLM $li rc,r a.cre: , ,
-" - . . . uv.ic., cuiiiii nuuru aiiu uuuub J "
acres cleared and under fence. l?y acres of
, ti,"bcr' 5 ml!" nortl1 of Troir- 1riee i0-
No. 18 Four well Improved, iplcndld farms,
lying in one bodr of 525j acres j will be sold
sepurntely or together. 160 ncros has largo
dwelling bouse with 7 rooms, 2 porches, part of
the boue new, beautiful silo, with large ibado
trees In yard, 2 tenant bousei in the yard, smoko
bouse, well of living water and a cistern, new
barn 36x44 ; old stable ; granary, corn crib
plenty of stock water ; 500 young thrifty applo
trees of selected fruit, 100 cholco Irult trees In
bearing, nnd never fall any year. All well
fenced in fields of convenient sire, pasture! and
meadows well set in gross and clover, 30 acres of
fine timbor. This is, and has been for years,
the model farm of tho township. Price $35 per
acre. ISO acres hai dwelling houje lji stories
high. Isl8 x20 with L kitchen, corn 'crib and
stable, all new; 40 acrej fenced and io cultiva
tion, 120 timber. Prico $20 per aero. 120 has
dwelling lAxl'3 with L porch on south side ot
house, smoko houso, cistern woll, stables and
cribs; land all well fenced, 60 acres in cultiva
tion and meadow. Prico 25 dols. per aero. 85 Ji
acrei, 40 acrei in cultivation, 15 acres meadow,
no building!, 30 acres timber. Price 20 doll, per1
acre. Prleo of tho entire tract of S25J acrei,
$22 50 per acre. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, balance?
No. 10 New two-itory dwelling and Riots lit
town or Troy. House 16x26 with L 16x28, por
tico in front and tiorch on back. A t.r rnnma. si
. closet, well of living water, large cistern; smoke)
'ISEnl" ana tebooU' "
No. ai-lmpror.d farm 49 acres of splendid
land In Herman neighborhood, In a hlgbitatai
. of full.ratlon, good dwelling home, imoko house'
' and slab e, some fruit treei. Farm well wateredi
ithin IJf milo of Chain of ltocki and i sstM
of Moulh of Bl croek' Mce isoo doii.
I thi' nllEh,ed age aot many purebaswsj
d ..J.W....J, uir. vuDv.j.Dcei son riuw
over ,be coun,,y search of a farm for lain
vhen the" " B.t.t. Agency to ba found.
We advertiie extensively and lystematleally, aai
j ownen desiring to sell, ant purchasers wlibiasj
, to bay, each earnestly hunting for Ibo other an
bl "n Interest, secure tbe greatest posilbhs
, safety and despatch on the on band, and ih
leait exponie of time and nioaoy fo seareh oH
j he other, by placing In our Agency the sals ot
purchase of any property,
Wo require parties dcilrlng to tell property t
stga a contract describing tbe same, naming tfc
, length of timo the property ts to remain fortulsw
JirJco unit teruii, and binding the owber ff
ur.viiiiui.Biun u. k mie i. eueotea.
I iMit" L'cuiSAlssloirk. If the "jrlce loes not
xceed $800 our commlislon for .! will ba tilt
Pcgulsi foiamlnlons on all sales 1i per cent,
4 CAKE ik MeliBLIiANi