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fllOY, M07lIA 237T8J2. tort rtiEsinr.NT, hoiiaci: ;iii:i:m:v, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-TRESIDEST. B. OH AT A II It OWN, OF M1SS0UIII. 1. T. . But! tot Secretary or Slate. WhiU th pa port all ovor tlio state an placing prorairjenllj Wore the people their choice for this and that office, we ftel called upon to ftit io claim for Lincoln co tit jr. Utlieting that thcro is ot a nan in the itate who possesses more native integriljr, or i better qualt iedto Gil any responsible poiltion within the gift of tho pcoplo of this common wealth, than Col. Thoi. 0. Hutt, wo name him as our choice for Secretary of Stato on the Democratic ticket. Ilia oourso in tho lait General Assornlly, where he not nnl faiihfullv rtnrcstnted bii own j , county, but held in equal esteem the welfare of the state at large, is an evidence f hit ability, honesty, and general qoal ificalieof. Hit firm adhorencc to the principle of DsmoeraajrAjch, however, it tempered with tfio greatest rojpoct for the opinions of others ; bis practical business qualifications, clear-iiglitednese', and his especial filnesi for the office for which we have named him, together with his high social standing at home, and wherever known, recommend him to the favorable consideration of tho Democracy of Miisouri. It has been stated that sixty of tho one hundred and five Democratic members of Congress, bad signed a paper protciting against tho nomination of Mr. Greolcy at Baltimoro ; but a correspondent of tho Republican has been making inquiry into the matter, and he rays that cuch member denies bkving signed any such paper. For our part, we don't see why the Bal timore eonvention bhould nominate Mr Greeley or any one clso. Lot the dele gates meet and issuo an address, if they toe proper, pledging themselves to the support nf no presidential candidate, but leaving Democrats all over the country to exercise their own judgment at to whom they will vote for, and then adjourn without making a nomination. It is useless to put a man forward, simply that he may be defeated, aud that Grant may be elected. No matter who might bo nominated by tho lijltirxorc conven tion, however good a mm ho might bo, he cannot command tho support of the whole Demooratio party, because many look upon such a proceeding as unwise in the present emergency, and would oppoto it on that account, even though .tho nomioco were one of tho best men in the country. Why, it is nothing uncom mon to hear lile long Democrats declare that they will not support the nominee, of the Baltimore convention, rhould ono bo made, against Mr. Greeley. They have a higher aim than mere party victory. The eravevard laughter with which the officeholders received the newt of the nomination of Dr. Greeley has given place to Inncral despair. 1 he bread and butter brigade aro evidently in a state of trepidation, and few even of the most anguine daro to express any hope of Grant's re-election if Grrelcy is endorsed at Baltimore. In tome of tho states tho office holders arc actively at work to secure tho nomination of delegates to tho Democratic National Convention who will bo in favor of raising up some man to bo knocked down, to as to cccurc the re election of Grant. N. V. is'un. And this ery more of tho supporters of Grant ought to deter tho I5.ltimorc convention from making a nomination. Some of tho leading Iladical papers have gone io far at toadviso the Democrats to put a ticket in the field, intimating that it would bo successful. But tbe rue is too thin, and any sensible mau can see through it. If under present circumstan ces there was a shadow of success for the Democracy, those tamo paper's would be tho last to give such advice. Then why do it now? They know full well that a nomination by the Biltimore con vention would cause a wider breach in the Democratic pirty than has been made in their own ranks, and that Grant's chances, now on the wane, would bo much better. They too tho baud writing on the wall, and their Itnoet Lpi'n io qUfttc, tieOCC tlie dndgo to recur? a nomination at Balti more-, nut sa believe that bouy will be sharp enough for them. Tho ltopublicaii's "Wa-hington special of the 20th ajs : The house was to day tho scene of a most extraordinary more in lobulation. Tho chairman of tho ways and means committee proposed a 5Ufpension of the rules and the immc Uiutc paesncn ot the tax and turitl bills witliuut turtlie r amendment or debate Tho propo-itioD not being debatable, was carried by nearly three to ono, and to morrow the measure will be submitted to the senate. That portion of the bill abolishing the income tax, tho tax on il luminating g.u, the stamps on bank and checks and draft?, and the bill proridmu for the tobacco tax, and tbo consolidated whisky lax, were not even read, not haro they tvi been debated. Members, however, became satisfied that the house could not improve tho bill reducing internal taxation, and thereforo accepted it jui-t as it catoo from the committee The tariff stands just as it was finished in committee of tbe whole on Friday, and provide for a horizontal reduction of ten per cent The bill as it stands reduces taxation about 850 000,000 Thero are 529,000 000 of reduction on the tariff 'ilone. It is probablo (hat the scnato will accept it substantially as it came from tbe house. Call Tor Dtraocrr-.llc Stale Cont'rntlou. HoOalS OF TUB DEMOCltATIO ") State CentualCommiitei:, St. Louts, Miy 14, 1872. V Puriaane to long established usage, the Democracy of the Slalo of Misrouri are requested to meot at tho usual place of assemblage in each county, on Saturdjy, the 1st day of June, proximo, and to ap point two dclegalef fur each rcpresenta live district, according to tho apportion merit in the late General Ascmbly, to meet in convention on Wednesday, tho 12th day of Junt, at 10 o'clock A. M., in the hail of the House of Ileprcsonta tivo, at Jefferson City, for the rurpotc of annointitiL' thirtv delegates to rcpre 'sent the State of Missouri io Democratic National convention, to bo buld in Haiti more on the 10th day of July, 1872, and to appoint a Democratio Stato Central committee. In view of tho important campamn now to be inaugurated, iti most earnestly urged that tho friends of the crnat causs we have so deeply at heart select as tlelo gates to this convention the most dis crcet and patriotic members of tho De mocracy in each county, to the end that wise and prudent counsels may direct the proceedings of this body, and secure for neonle tho triumph of correct principles and the blessiugs of good government. Ily order of tho Democratic Qtate Central committee. D. H. ARMSTRONG, Chairman. V. li. Swift, Secretary. cicclry Leaves ttic Tribune. Horace Oreelcy has resigned his position as editor of the 'New York Tribuuo. Ho publishes the following card : Tho Tribuno ha ceased to be a pirty organ, but tbo unexpected nomination of its editor at Cincinnati seems to involve it in a new embarrajiment All must lo aware that the position of a journalist who is at the same time a candidate is at the best irksome and difficult ; that he is fettered in action, and restrained in pritieisni. bv the knowledge that what ever he may say or do is closely scanned i Qood Sugar JIoUSC Sljrttp, bv thousands cact-r to litiu in it what m SAM't T. EAST, DEALEll IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES, .SCHOOL DOOKS AXB STATION K III", PICTURES & PICTURE FJ8AMES, Perfumery and Fancy Articles, SOAPS, BRUSHES AND COMBS, PIPES, CIO-ARS .A. 1ST 3D TOBACCO, RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES, IMPORTED AMD NATIVE WINES, FO'.t MEDICAL USE. And Everything Uusuallg kept in a First Clas3 Drug Store. Troy, Mo., May 10, 18; CHEAP M. GTI t OCE Tl I 15 S (10 TO T. BRITTON'S AT J. 1. LVXOTT'S OLD STAND. I will Sell as Cheap as any Man in Lincoln county, for the Cash. A few tnooths sinco any allusion to the possibility of tho Philadelphia con vealioo nominating any ono other than Grant would not havo been listened to by liis supporters, but now tho matter is actu ally being discussed. Tho strength of the Cincinnati nominees has surprised them Any other nomination, bowover, won't mend tbe matter. Grant i9 probably tbo strongest man of hit party that it naacd fer the doubtful honor ; but should any ono clto be nominated in tbe belief that the contest it waged solely against tho man and not against tho polioy ho rcprc tentt, they will find that this is a mistake The opposition to tho nomineo will be just the same. The party that expects to make him its leader is responsible for such measures as tbe Federal tvlcction lull, the Ku-klux legislation, tho tyran nfoal policy pursued toward tho South, Jfco. Grant was only tho tool used to en force the measures ; nud whether he, or tome othor of tho clan is nominated, the damaging record will bang to the party all tbe eamo. "You may Weak, you ui-iy ruin tho vaso if you Mill, Out the scent of tho ruse wilt hang round it mil." As much has been said about the horrible naturo of (he Ku-klux oath, upon which tho gover'jinent has felt justified in levy ing war upon South Carolina and depop ulating wholo counties of their white resident;, it may be of interest to know what the obligation really is. It was di vulged at a recent trial in Charleston nn an indictment for murder, and read as follows : I, before tho Immaculate Judge of Heaven and Karth, and upon the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God, do of my own froo will subscribe to the following sacredly binding obligation : l'irst Wo aro on the side of justice. humanity, and constitutional liberty as bequeathed to us in its purity by our forefathers. Second Wo onnoso and reject the principles of tho Hadicul party. Ihirtl Wo plougo mutual aid to each other in bickness, and pecuniary cmoarrcssmcnt. Fourth Females, friends and widows and their households shall ever be special objoctt of our regard acd protection. Fifth Any membcrdivulging or caus ing to bo divulged any of the foregoing obligations shall meet tho fearful penalty and traitor's doom, which is Death. may be so interpreted, so as to'annoy or perplex those who arc suppor'ing l.im a a candidate, and to whom his shackled condition will not permit him to be scr vicabbj. The undersigned, therefore, withdraws absolutely from the conduct of the Tribune, and will henceforth, until further notice, exercise no control or supervision over its columns, -igncd Horace Gheeley. May 5th, 1872 Fr.ee ThADE T-.Mr. Ureoley was qucs tionod tho other day a? to whether, if j President, he would approve an act ol Congress in favor of free trade. He re plied, "I certainly will ; I shall endeavor endeavor to carry out the expressed wishes of the people, despite my own impressiont or convictions." Mr. Grce ley has always opposed an exercise ol tho veto porer, except when it was pal pably necessary to defeat a corrupt jub or preserve tho Constitution from violation His rf i'Oii was that the Executive must not interfere with legislation. Io ho consistent with this doctrine, ho must ap prove a bill pa-ted by Congress abolish iug tbo tariff, and not attempt, even by personal influence with the Senators and Representatives, to defeat the will of the peop'o. This leaves the field open to the 1'rco Trailers, notwithstanding iho next President is likely to be a Protectionist ; and no doubt they will take advantage of it in the pending canvass. Icfferson City Tribune. For Good Bargains (10 TO J. WILBORN'S Cash Grocery Store, TliOY W HIIHE YOU W1L1, FI.N'D A ASSORTMENT OF MO., Tho Keporter is the titlo of a new pa per just started in Kansas City. Its salutatory article was not troublesomoly lengthy, being the ono sonteneo : "Hero wo aro I" In point of brevity this open- ing is almost equal to the taledictory of 11... f 1 .i:.. l. uhiiiui mi vuuui, w liu announced his retirement by saying: "'We've quit." Tho democrats of Connoticut united with tho Liberals ond clhcted Ferry, Grecleyito, over Hawley, Orantitc, to tho U. S. Senate on the 15th inst. Ferry'e majority on joint ballot was eight. Ho takes his seat on the 4th of March, 1373, Hon. Andrew King hat written a letter to tho Missouri Republican, in which ho opposes a nomination by the Baltimoro convention. Judgo Jeriuiuh Illack has beo'n inter viewed, and among othor things ho said, "Well, I'll toll you what we aro going to rib. 7he platform put forth at Cinci nati is a- broad, fair Democratio platform. There it nothing- passive in that. Now, if the convention that moots at lhltimorc finds in ita wisdom that Greeley fits the platform, wo will nwko the best fight for him wo can. I hare no question but when Iho canvass narrows up and mon krako tides as men are wont to do, that tho entiro Democratic party will be found striving for the right." Tho New York Express declares that Samuel S. Cox hat received a letter from Horatio Seymour, in which Soymour tayt ho is in favor of the approval of the tjincmoati candidates by the l!;iltimoro convention. The Stato Conservative Committee of Virginia generally roprcsont that strte to be overwhelmingly for Greeley. John Forsyth writes from New York that tho day and hour thfi Democratic convention taya "wo nominato tho Cincin nati ticket, Urant is doomed. A great discovery is taid to have been recently made by a surgeon of tho British army in China, in tho way of an effectual reiuedy for emall-pox. Tho mode of treatment is as follows : "When the p'recedine fever is at its height, and just before tho eruption ap pears, the chest is rubbed with croton oil and tartario ointment. This causes the wholo of Iho erupttou to appear on that part of Iho body to the relief of tho rett. It alia secures a full and complete erup tion, and thus prevent! the diteeso from attacking lho"intcrnal orgont. Thie is tho cstublikhcd mode of treatment in the English army in China, and is regarded as perfect cure " The poet Wbitticr, who calls Mr. Gree ley our "later Franklin" in one fif his verses, has written a ratification letter He says of tho ex editor of the Inbune: Personally he it tho most popular man in the United States. It is very possible there may.be good reasons why he should not be President, but they are not to he found in his moral character, his intel loct. his crincitdes. his rurnocs, his knowledgo of tho intercuts and roourccs of the country. I havo no with, as I have no reason, to withhold my opinion of an old friend, at a time when so many Republicans deem it advisable, as a party expedient, to assail him personally as well as politically. Tho Republican's "Washington special says : Having disposed 01 urn most important bill before it, tho house took up and concurred in the senate resolution to finally adjourn congress on the 20th of May. This was agreed to by more than a two-thirds vote, and indicated beyond all doubt that tho house does not intend to pass tho bill pending in tho conato to continuo tho extension of tho suspension of tho habeas corpus clause of toe Ku-klux act. Tho unai adjournment question nevertheless is a muddlo. Tho senate has a houso resolution to adjourn Juno 'A. If it takes up and concurs, then the adjournment is delayed frum May 20 to June 6. A reporter upon n Western paper. speaking of a certain fair creature, re marked that "the prolusion and color ot her hair would lead one to look upon it as though it was spun by nimble fingers of easy hours as they glided through tho bright June doys, whoso sunny rays of light bed been caught in the meshes and were content Io to no further." Tho girl had red Itair that was all. Tho Grant party predicted that tho movement would not amount to anything in tho beginning; next they ridiculed tho convention and said it would break up in a row. We advise them to dismiss all hopes of Democratio help, and quit the rolo of propheoy. No Democratic nominations will bo mado, and the gwut body of that party will vote tor ureoley and Brown, Lawrence (Kai.) Standard (Dem.) per uation, uu cis 8 lbs. fair New Orleans Suqar for 81.00 Best of Coffee, 31-2 lbs., 1.00 Arlucklcs Browned Coffee A lbs tor 1-00 I am vcrv careful in tho selection of my Cffte. J Warrant t to be isoml. If it docs not give fatlifactlon, my customers hnvo the t.rivili-L-c of returnins it. Arhucktc'a browned r'ntn-e. nf which 1 re 1 1 3 lb, for it dollar, is the bet in the market, nnd by usini it you svo tho shrinkage and wasto that accompanies brownlri: at home. Ihorowho uso it, speak highly of it reality and flavor. i:Vi:i!YTIIIN(l SOU) AT PRICKS PROPOU TIOXAW.Y LOW A3 Till: FOREGO IStl, FOR MY MOTTO IS "QTJICIv SALES Small JProfits." aprll TJ. S. TAXES. Licciisfs for Liquor and Tobacco Dealers, Io .May IsL, 1873, and in come Tax for 1871. U. S. Internal Revenue, Collecto:-'3 OCiec, Fourth IU'triet uf Mi-souri. Sew riorence, Mo., May 1st, lbT OTICL is hereby glvon that the annual list 1 i 1 uf Taxe as-esscd iu this district Tor the jear 1872 has been received from tho Asersor lur Culiection, and that nil taxes therein named aro now duo and nyohie. This List includes the income tax for tho year 1871. together ith taxes from May 1st, 1872, to May 1st, 1873, on all wholisalc and retail LWiuur dialers, dealers in leaf and manufactured Tobacco, distillers, recti fiers, brewers, and manufacturers of Tobacco and Cigars. I will be at the court hofso in Troy, Mo., May 2ith, 1672, when anil where all parlies in tho county of Lincoln subject to above taxes aro required to mako payment: or payment may bo made ot m- office in New Florence any day before that time. Ard notico Is further given that all parties who neaat to pay the sums duo FAMILY GROCERIES, or EVERY DF,?Cl:llri1N, fcir The N'w Cah toro will bo found on MAIN STRKU1, in the building formerly occu pied by M. T. llrittun. m v riir.om is; CAM M SMALL PROFITS I S 11ETT EH Til AN NONE AT A L L. Come with tho Cash, and you will nut have Io pay tho losses on bad debts, hut wlllgcfyiur groceries Cheap. If you do not want to buy, CALL ON ME : WILL NOT COST YOU ANYTHING It is no Troublo to Show You (mooi! diroccrics SATISFACTION flUAR ANTEKI). Vll Kinds ot Produce Tatcrn i'ii Exchange fur Groceries. nov2vCn4Hyl 1 bv them rcspcctiely,Bh In tbo specific! lime, will at tho expiration Thereof become li.blo to pay fivo per ccr.t. additional upon tho amount thereof, together with mileage nnd costs; and notico is further given that parties who rcltio or neglect to lake out tho requircu unncu ,-iaics License, will subject thcm.ches to prosecution in tho United States District Court at St. Louis. A.C. STEWART, mlniS U. S. Collector -1th Dlst. Mo. Strayed T7IIOM the undersigned on tbo 28th of April J- 1872, a brown work maro, collar mark on each tide of tho ntrk, is about 14H hands high, and between 8 nnd 9 years old, Should any one seo this mare, thov will oonfer a favor by taking her up and notifying me, anil lo rewarded for their iron nie. j, iv, iiAiww.i, ul'J2w Louisville, Lincoln co Mo. LOUIS WOLFGRAM'S Jewelry Store, TROY, MO. I expect to remain la Troy, ami keep at all times a Large am! Complete Stock of JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, d-c. 1 WAMIAXT ray Jewelry to be what I represent It. IT Cold, I tell my cutomcrti m; If Plated I tell thcui. Jewelry made or purchased to order. I keep the very best American Watches and Cluck for sale. Watches, Clocks and Jew elry Repaired, and all Wo k Warranted. T NEW OPENING I have just opened out a NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK of Goods in the brick building of Mess. Wool folk tf- Cmvs, adjoining Mr. Withrow's saddle and harness store, and will keep on hand Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, COMPLETE STOCK OP Queensware, &c. The Season being short I have determined to ki:ju cu: FORMER PRICES ON ALL OOOD3. 3 As'I realized considerable loss by tho burning of my homo, store and stock, I earnestly call upon all persons who owe mo to settle. I need the money. JOS. HART. Troy, Mo., Nor. 80,1871. TO HOUSEWIVES ! TROY BAKERY. T OF JOB PRINTING EXECUTED Firi Neatness AT THE HERALD OFFICE. rpiUS BAKERY WILL SUPl'I.Y YOU WITH Light, Healthful lli i.ul, Cheaper than you can viahe it, and save you the vexation of often seeing all your xeast ana Dough turn out badly . Tho spring and Bummer season will soon bo here, and in order to mako it profitable to my customers ny lurnisDinc; them bread cueaper than they buvo heretofore been able to cot it. I will sell tickets, each of which will bo good (or a ten cent loaf of bread, at tho rato of 13 for $1, thus giving i.ju norm oi bread lor a dollar. MY STOCK OP CONFECTIONERIES IS LARGE AND VARIED. AND I KEEP C. CAKE. J. M. MoLBLLAB CAKE & McLELLAN, Real Estate Agents, Try Lincoln Conwy, Me., Iluy n kh i.ana, ray 'axes for Xon- rcltcn. llve AlrMrafU of Tlttei, Write 1)ci1h, Mortgage. Vlnts ol I ali.U, if Tfefy Offer '" Kail ifcr FoHowlir Lands t No. 1 Improve I farm. 189 ncrcs. .1 mlli orthffcst of Auburn, 2 miles of railroad anil miles of rock rond, 3J acres In cultivation, lit acres splendid timber, hewod-log house I sto ries, stablo nnd corn crib. 1'rico $2S00, ono third! cash) balance on time. No. !l Coal land 8 miles louthwost of Tror.. 40 acres in tho middle of the coal Holds and ithin 100 yards of Iho shaft at the Link mln.. Price $2000, half cash, balance on titno. No. .'I 202 acres unlmnrovcd timber lmt li mites south of Millwood nud adluinlnv V.l prairie. Trice $800, third cash, balance on lone time. No. 8 House nnd lot lnTrov. frame hnunrr. 30 by 40 and ono story high, 4 rooms, closet,. moko house, cistern, shrubbery, .Vc, lot 100 hy u'u icei, jarus irera toirii spring, rrico aiuB terms $1000 cash, No. Farm of 1 1V acres. It miles of Mos cow Mill, 20 nerve in cultivation, Vtt acres good timber, 18 bearing peach trees Trice $20 per acre, two-thirds cash, balance on time. No. 7 54 acres timber land, underlaid witb coal, 2l miles of Moscow. Trice $2i) per acre, tito'tlurils cash, Imlanco on time. No. M Improved farm of 93J4 ncres, ono- mile from the court house in Troy, 25 acres in cultivation, 23 acres in pasture and meadow, 100' uvo year out apple trees, zs pencn ircee, 4 acres picumu ttmuur, z story iraine in uy anu an1 I story lo by zi, nil in rood repair, sraoko- huuse, chicken house, slablos nnd crib, A Vo. 1 tobacco lorn of C tiers, good will. 1'. ice nnd terms $.15 cash per acre. Jukt tho place for a turson who desires to curry on a small farm, and- also get tho benefit of good schools in Troy for his children. No. Improved firm of 80 acres 3W miles east of Trov, 25 ncrcs in cultivation, 55 acres good timber, log houso lti bvIS, 1 Jstorics, smoke houso, corn crib nnd stables, 125 young Trait trees in bearing. Trieo $35 per nore, two thirds cash balaucu on time. No. IO Improved farm of 80 acres 2 tiill.H south of Troy, 35 ucres in cultivation, 15 acres in grass nnd 30 aires timber, house 10 by 18, W, stories, kitchen 14 by 10, sinoko house, cellar, stablo shedod on two siJcs, granary, crib and hen houso. All these buildings are now aud sub- tantial. Well and pond of stock watci, 25 uli- pic, 25 peach and 0 pear trees of excellent fruit. frlco .10 uols. per acre, two thirds cash balance on time. No. II Ioiproicd farm of 200 ncrc.i, 5 mllci northwest of Troy, "0 acres in cultivation, 130 aires timber, 2 story houso 18 by 20 with 1, kit chen 10 by 24 ono story, smoke houso with cellar under it 7 It deep, stables, corn crib, new 7-t'cr tobacco barn, splcnunt orchard ot .10 trcts In earing, consisting of npples, peaches, pears, plums, npricot8, nectarines, chcrrios. New and commodious school houso near. Trice 20 dol. per acre, half cash, balauco on time without in terest. No I'Z Improved faim of 80 acres 2! miles west of Chain nf Hocks, in it flerman neighbor hood, 40 acres in cultivation, 40 ncrcs fino timber. house, smoke house, good well, stable, tobacco barn, apple and peach orchard, new school houso close at hand. Trice $20 per ucre, half cash, balanco on time. No. 13 Improved firm of 200 acres 4 miles east of Trov nnd 2 miles of Moscow mills, 100 ncres fenced, bO ncrcs ill cultivation, 20 ncres in grasi, 101 acres timber, 2 story house, 20x30, cellar under it, smoke house, splendid well, sta bles, large crib, 2 tobacco bains, 1511 apple tree,, pears, peaches, cherries, grapes. Land proiluoed 5t) bushels corn per aero this yen. New school houso cumplitcd aud paid fur convenient, i'rico $18 per acre, Imir cash, balance on time. No. 1 1 140 ncres, improved farm, 50 acres fenced and in cultivation, splendid timber, in cluding n good sugir camp, 30 hearing fruit trees tno-story tog house, lathed and plastered, siuoku bouse ond outbuildings, 3 splendid spring on. the farm, Tills farm is five miles from Troy and half that distance from St L k K ltaiiroad. Tiicu $1,140 cash. No. I.j 1 150 acres of splendid lind located near tho north line of this countr. Tho rock rond from Auburn an I the St L k K itr both run through tills tract. About unebnlf of this land' is fenced nnd has six dwelling houses located at different points on it. Stables, cribs nnd tobacco barns aio largo una well nuut, nnu nt convenient intson the hum. Iho entiro tract is uttered at tho very low figure of $20 per acre. Or we will sell traits of 80 acres, 120 ncres, ISO acres, 201) ncres; at n small advanco on the above price, according to tho .imp'ovemcnls nnd location of tho particular tract desired by tbe purchaser. no. Ill improved larin or sti ncrcs lencci nnd 40 acres in cultivation, large house, IK stories high nnd a kitchen 12x 10; spring within short distance, 4 good springs on place; 100 fiuit trees of npples, peaches, cherries, plums, pears i wilhln one mile of a grist nnd suw mill,. miles south ol iroj . l'neo ! por acre. No. IT 1 14 ncrcs, small house nnd about 15 acres cleared and under fonco, 12V acres or timber, 5 miles north of Tror. Trice $500. No. 18 rour well Improved, splendid farms, lying in one body of 525 1 acres ; will bo sold separately or together. InO acres has largo dwelling houso with 7 rooms, 2 porchos, part of tno noue new, beauiuui site, wun large snaau trees In yard, 2 tenant houses In the yard, smoko houso, well of living water and a cistern, new barn 30x44 ; old stable ; granary, corn crib r plenty of stock water; 600 young thrifty apple trees of selected fruit, 100 choice (rult trees in bearing, nnd never fail any year. All well fenced in fields of convenient silo, pasture) and meadows well set in grass and olover, 30 acres of fine timber. This is, and has been for years, tho model farm of the township. Triee $35 per acre. 100 ncres has dwelling house 1H stories high. is!8 x20 with L kitchen, corn crib and stable, nil new ; 40 acros fenced and In cultiva tion, 120 timber. Trieo $20 per acre. 120 has dwelling 16i:'3 with L porch on south side of house, smoko house, cistern well, stables and cribs; laud all well fenced, CO acres In cultiva tion and meadow, I'rico 25 dols. per aero. 85;$ ncres, 40 acres in cultivation, 15 acres meadow, no buildings, 30 ncres timber. Trice 20 dols. per acre. Trice of tho entire tract of 525 acres, $22 SO per acre. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, baUnes it...- UU OIUD. No. If) New two-story dwelling and 8 lots la town of Troy. Houso lCx2(t with L 16x28. nor- tlco in front nnd porch on back, 6 large rooms, a closet, well of living water, largo cistern; smeka houso and stablo. Largo number of fruit trees in bearing, apples, peaches, pears, sweet cher ries, ruorilln cherries, plums, quinces, Ac. With in two squares of churches an d ichools. Trieo two thousand dollars. No. 'i I Improved farm 49 acres of splendid' land In u Herman neighborhood. In a high statu of cultivation, good dwelling house, smoko house nnd stab e, some fruit trees, r arm well watered. Within 4 mile or Chain of Hocks and i railo of Mouth of Dig creek. Trieo 1500 dols. ' Also. T11E VI.NEU QUALITIES AS WELL AS STICK CANDIES. , Figs, Raisins, d-c, and all kinds of Calces Pound, Sponge, Lemon, lea, scotch and Utnger. All hinds of Cakes and Pastries made to nraer. Atl orders should be given, at least neo days in Hitwice. Huhscrlbp for (lie IIF.lt Al, I). Only t a )car. A VKMt ONLY FOH TilE HEIULD In this enlightened age not many purchaser, strangers especially, bire conveyances and rido over tho country in search of a farm for sale, when thcro is a Ileal Estate Agency to be found. Wo advertise extensively and systematically, and owners desiring to soli, and purchasers wishing to buy, each earnestly bunting for tbe other and his own interest, secure tbe greatest possible safoty and despatch on tho one hand, and tho least cxponso of tiino and. money for search on the other, by placing in our Agency the sale or purchaso of nny property. Wo rcqulro parties desiring to sell property to sign a contract describing the same, naming Iho length of' tiino tbe property is to remain for sale, price and terms, and binding the owner to pay our commission If a sale Is effected. Our Commission!. If the price does not exceed $800, oar commission for sale will be $20. Kegular commissions on all sates M per cent. CAKU & McI.KI.iAN, ADVKUTISE YOUR BUSINESS IN THE IIEItA .'!" tin wtivi. r.w.