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Old Wc-oJeserf. irv.i r Vssslfusi: meaj.. Three littlt children iter tittio tn lb room odo ivcntD while iheir aether was butv ironing JoIiodt, Fred id LouifJ. Johnny Mie nine jtm old, and lit read tloud to hit little brother in J slitan. Wbenevor thy caml to dt nord liny could not understand, their mother would Mil them what it Meant. Louise held up ker band for attention. "I'd like to have mother tell us bat unitlfiih meant. Matbs I do knor, but I want her to tell it her wav," said the child. "I will illustrate 'it by a little atory, when Johnny is through reading, and I am done ironing," said their motbnr. Then after while she told this story: "One time there were three little chil dren, and their mother told them she would givo each one a fenny for every ix 6RC8 they brought in the home. The oldest child brought six or eight eggs a day, but the youngest ones couldn't find any. Their nests were all low down in quiet place, easily reached. Hut the hens liked best to lay up in the fragrant mows. The eldest of the three little ones thought of a plan that pleased him ex cecdingly, and he put it into execution. He would peep into the other nests tlily. and if there were no eggs iu them, he would take those out of his nc-ls and put in their?, and let his little brother and sitter think they had been laid there. "That is what one calls, an unselfish act. He as glad to give up liit own pleasure to make bis little brother and sister happy, though I believe his do light was greater than theirs. I want you all to seek to be unselfish study the comfort and happiness of others be fore your own. If there is anything good and enjoyable, try and have sonic no else get it. Never fear but you'll be happy enough. An unselfish person il never unhappy." Juit here the mother's eyes fell full upon Johnny. Little fellow I he was appearing unspeakably full of somo kind of an emotion. His hands were thrust down into his pockets, and he looked right into the grate, just as though he thought the red blazes were something new and beautiful. 1 1 is free was red, too, but then the reflection of the glow ing fire might have made that. He ' twisted hii head round uneasily, when his mother's eyes full upon liim "That boy in the Mory i our blosce) brother Johnny, i-n't it, mother ? Say, wasn't it, Fred ? Say, all of you ? Oh, oh I I thought my hen pitied me and laid lots of e;gs, just to please mc, and there it was our Johnny all the time!" and Louise flew to the little fellow ami wooled his head about and huggod him, and kissed him, and tiekeled him, and then he tat looking juct as ashamed as though be had stolen min'.'body't hens' gg, and had been caught at it. "Oh, who told you that, ma?" said he. looking dawn modestly; ' I didn't want 'em ever to know it." "Ih, inaybo a little bird sang it to me," said the glad mother, laughing. "Nsbedy can do anything that our mother won't find it out," said l-'red. laying hit hand on Johnny's shoulder. "Now we know what unsttlGth means, dou't we?" laid Louise, "and I mean to try and be just ib unselfish as ever I cm." And her she flew at her little brother Johnny, and began fuzzing up his hair, und patting his cheeks, and all the while proud of tho shy, kind brother, who had set such a sweet example of tnsclD. li nens before them. Advance. roi v Ac HI.W VMS. IIIAVi: fur 'nilu pure bred i.ii, purchased from tho best lamilic o II.,, Poland unci Chlnn Hoga ol .Men,. Shcpuid A Alexander, of tharlmton, I am convinced that IM if tho best breed of hogs for our slate, 'lhcy grow to a very large slue, und fatten well at any age. l'rico for choice plg, weighing 10 pound at ten week old, $10. HL'.VIlV T. MUUU. Millwood, Mo., May 25th, AiliimiiNtrator'M Notice. VOTICK it hereby given that letters or admin 1 1 iitrail.m were granted to the undersigned on the cslato of William T. Ulack, deceased, by the Clerk of the l'rohalo Court of Lincoln county, Mo , on the 2 I day of Nuv'r, 1 872. All person! having claims against aid estnto trereoulredtocihlbitthem to tho administrator for all owanco within one year from tho data of said lettcrii, or they may bo precluded Irom any benefit of fold estate, nnd If not exhibited within tiro years fruin the dato of raid letters they will be lorever barred. ihvB MAHTIN V. MOSLEY.Adm'r. Kxccutor'N Notice. N OTICF. la hereby given that letlera tea- tauientarv warn ffmntnil In liin n i,.lnrut....n.l by the Clerk of the Trobate Court ol Lincoln county, Mo., on the citato of Mary V. Vcrtreoa, deccaied, on the 20th day nt cnt., 1872. Alljerons having cliiimi againat aald catntu are required to exhibit thetn fornllowancc to the Kiecutcr within one year fioni tho dato ol aaid letter, or they may bo precluded fioni uny benefit of aald eatate, uud If nut exhibited ttithin two ycara from tho dato of raid letter, they will be forever barred. oc2 BENEDICT CHUMP, Kx'r. sTn. v notici:. TAKEN Iirni a atray by John 8. Head, In 1'nion townihlp, Lincoln county, Mo., ono red and while apotted cow, fourjeaia old pint, marked with crop, apllt and under cut In tell car and apllt and I wo undercut! in right ear, branded on left hip with In tier 0. M., nnnll hell on, nnd sppraiacd at i20 by Tlinmaa II. McDonald and Jaime W. Head. Taken and certified to lliii 2d iar of Nor., 1872. Jobs K. IUxsdkll, J. 1. norlluiS SIEGEL & BOBB I Wholesale and Retail Dealers 1.x GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES, I'H'i: AXD FITl'IAfSS PLUMBERS' ""MATERIALS. IMiimliiiif;, Uixs ami Men in Filling done in nil flicir llrnncliVN. lMimalcs and 1II;.S fiii'iiitlicd lor Uixs anil Coal Oil fixtures fo light CIU IM III . ivi:im vs, HOTELS anil STOKIS. Ja Machines put up lo light iitihlic ltuililiii, ami wari-antdl to give entire :iIiliic(ioii. A Large slock or Fancy Article, Excellent Holiday Preterit, at Cost. Store, 203 X. Fifth Street, ST. LOUIS, 31 0. aaoa $ raus YOUR INTEREST. 11.1. AT thi: CHEAP CASH STORE Ol' JACKSON 1 MUTT OUR WINTER STOCK I NOW READY FOR INSPECTION, AXD WE WILL GIVE BARGAINS IN Till'. I'd I. LOWING LINE OF GOODS: Irish I'opllni ' Table Iaioaiki ! .-hilling I'lanncli . Canton flannel. I'ine White I'lanncli j I'Jaid Check " I lllack Alpacat ( olore-1 Alpaca Wenched Mu'lui. Cm.l.ei, bro. 4 Meach'd, Fine Cus'itncTCi Velveteen Satinet Wide Silk Velvet Table Linen Linen Towel. Heavy Jean. Honey Comb Quilt. il ntleiii n't lloiiery Ladies Jlo,ltr Children'a lloaiery fj lovea Hamburg Hdgingi lUudkerchlel Concta. low to fine, lidlmoral fckirt. Ac, Jco. UOflOft Jljapcr I'illow Ca.e Cotton Wide rheeliiig. Shirting Checka lied 'l icking. Merino Veita and Drawer. II7VrJS VIVI CAPS, HOOTS AXD SHOES, Lnilie' anil .TliHHea' diaitcra., OR O CE R ins, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, Rlcr, Splcc, and KvrryleiiiR Nice, Oysloi-N andSardineN, OR ANYTHING "OU WANT, JOT CAM, AND SHU. JACK.HON & III ITT. TltOY, MO. March 7, 1872-novtl'7lyl till A t In fifiaffc I""r ''"y- Agenta wanted! iP' ''Allclafea of working f,co. ... . . - " , b .UianDWU,u lUflllVy nt work fur ua in their ipare momenta, oi all tho uuie, nun in uuyiiuog cic- rirniu iar trte. Addreaa-H. Stlnion li C,.l'orllaJ, a,Iv4Sii CAKK J; R0GEH3' COLUMN. EVERYBODY LOOK TO YOUE INTEREST BKFOUE PUKCHASINO CAM. AT OUU SHOP AT THE TAN YARD IN TIIOV AND EXAMINE tlUII r.AliRi: STOCK UV Watson Harness, Carriao Harncs, JJuppy Harness, HiJtns Brlilles, llliml liridlcs, Open-face work do., Halter Bridle", Halter, Check Lines, Hack Hands, Helly Hands, Bridle lieins, AVat;on Martinpalcs. Riding do Breast Strops, Belly Strop?, Hatne Strop", Halter Strops, Hatne Strinirs, Wapon Breecliinf:, Saddle Cruppers, Horso Hume, Curry Comb, Horse Bruhe, Hor.e Hlankte", Hair Saddle Girths, Leather Saddle (iirtlis, Web Saddle Girths, Trace. Chains, Mule Hatues, Wapon Whips, Ox Whips J)rover Whip", Horse Collars, Mule Collars. Side Saddle", Men'" Saddles, Hoy's Saddles, Saddlery Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, Kidine Whip Plnw f'.Pir X-n rmw uiar, i.o. i.auiL" , Gentlemen's, Hoys' and Girls' Hoots and Shoes . .. , Of hvcry Style, I I I I i i I ALL WORK WARRANTED. . . CARRIAGE TRIMMING I nilTIITIinU Done with Neatness and Dispatch. CASH PAID for Hides and Tallow. BOOT AND SHOE FINDINGS FOB SALE. W'c tnoniifaetuco our Hoots und Shoes, Sadalo-, llarnciis und Cnllars out of i.ruuiur ui our own i unniriu, and aro tho only porsntiH in Troy who nianufae lure out of Leather made at our yard, Goods and prices warranted to give satisfaction. MS k 'Mfwi CaAJi Jli $J ,Tt O CprKTt . nRnnr'711 11 pr 7'' . C. CAKE. J. M. McI.EI.IiAN CAKE & MoLEsLLAN. Real Estate Agents, Ti'oy, Jncoln Count', Mo Huy attd Hell Land, Vsy 'faxes Jiar Noh- iv;alacills, (i!vc Abstrecta of Titles, Write Deeds. Mortgages, Plata ot I.arlJs, Ac. tfcsjy (jafer for Sale Hip Following Laads : Mo. 1 Ituprovol farm, 189 acre, :) mile dortbweit of Auburn, 2 miles of railroad and 2 miles of rock road, 35 acres In cultivation. 154 acrca aplendld timber, hewed-log liouae 1) ato rica, atablc and corn crib. Price J 2501), ono third cash, balance on time. No. a Coal land n tollci aouthweat of Troy, 40 ncrei in the middle of tho coal fields and ftlthln 100 yards of tho abaft nt the Link mine. Price $2000, half cash, balance on time. No. 3202 acres unimproved timber land 5Ji miles south of Millwood and adjoining West prairie. Price iSOO, third cash, balance on long time. No. ,1 House and lot In Troy, fratno house 30 by 40 and one atory high, 4 room, closet, smoke house, cistern, shrubbery, .tc, lot 100 by 100 feet, 2i 0 yards frcm town spring. Price and icrins iuuu casn, ! No. II Farm of 11 'J acres, 1( miles or Mos cow Mill, 20 acr.'S In cultivation, 09 acres good timber, 18 bearing peach tree Price $20 per acre, two-thirds cash, balance on time, i No. 7 54 acres timber land, underlaid with , coal, 2i miles of Moscow, Prico 20 per ncro, two-thirda cash, balance on time. I No. H Improved farm of 9.1J ncrca, one mile from tho court house In Trny, 25 acres In cultivation, 2:1 acres in pasture and meadow, 100 five yt ar old apple trees, 25 peach trees, 45 ncrea splendid timber, 2 stoiy fr.ime 18 by 24 and an I L 1 itory 18 by 24, nil In good repair, smoke I house, chicken houe, stable and crib, A No. I tobacco torn of 6 tiers, good wi ll. Price nn I ' term V15 cn.h l,rr npn. .lilt llm I... n ...... - . .. ', V t ll, l Mrson who deslrea to curry on a small larm,and al.o get the benefit of good schools in Tro'v for his children. I No. Improved firm of 80 acres 3)4 miles cast of Trov, 25 acres in cultivation, 55 acres good timber, log house HI b IS, 1 JJstories, snioko bouse, com criu nud atablc, 125 young fruit tree In bearing. Price f :!5 per acre, two thirds cash b.ilniico on time. No. IO Improved farm of 80 acres 2 mlias i south of Troy, :',5 acres in cultivation, 15 acres in grass and :) acres timber, house 111 by 18, 1 j stories, kitchen 14 by If), smoke houc, ceil.ir, stable aheded on two si le, granary, crib nnd hen ; houe. All these buildings are new nnd sub stantial. Well and pond of stock watei, 25 np file, 25 peach nnd 0 pear trees of excellent fruit. Prico .10 dols. peracrc, tno thirds casn balance on time. No. 1 1 fmprnicd farm of 200 ncres, 5 miles northwrit f Troy, 70 acres in cultivation, 1311 ncres timber, 2 story houe IS by 20 with I. kit chen If, by 21 ono rtury, sinuke hnue with cellar I under It 7 It deep, stables, , urn crib, new 7-t er I tobacco barn, splendid orchard or 7.10 trees in bearing, consisting of apple, peaches, pears, plum", apricots, nectniines, cherries. New nnd commodious school houso near. Price 20 dols per ncrc, half cash, balance on time without in-ter-st. No IS Improved faun of 80 ncrcs V2 milei ' west of Chain of Itocks, in a Herman neighbor- hood, 10 acres In cultivation, 40 acres fine timber, I house, smoke house, good well, stable, tobacco barn, apple and peach orchard, new school hou-e close at hand. Price .20 per aero, half cash, baldnco on time. No. Ill Improved farm of 200 ncrea 1 miles cast of Trov and 2 miles of Mccow mills, I Oil , acres fenced, to acres in cultivation, 20 ncres In grass, 100 acres timber, 2-slory house, 20.;II, cellar under it, smoke house, fplendid well, stn- , bles, largo crib, 2 tobacco bains, 150 apple trees, pears, peaches, cherries, grapes. jjMn,l produced ou nusiieis corn per acre this yenj. New school l10,u' t-t "ileteil nnd paid for convenient. Price tit, rr -.,. i,.llf .. ,. ,. "1.1 v..cti, UIIKIUlt Ull lllHU, ' HO acres, improved farm, 50 ncrcs fenced and in cultivation, aplendld timber, in cluding a good sugar camp, ISO bearing fruit trees, two-story lug house, lathed and plastered, smoke houso nnd outbuildings. H anlendid stirint- on lho farni Tbis larm is fivo mlle from Troy nnd half that distance from St 1. Ic K Railroad. Price $1,440 cash. Nu. 15 1150 acres of splendid land located near tho north line of this county. The roek road from Auburn nnd tho St I, Sc K Itr both run through this tract. About ono half or this land Is fenced and has six dwelling houses located at different points on it. Stables, cribs and tobacco barns ato large and well built, and nt convenient points on tho fnun. Thocntlro tract is offered at tho very low figure of $20 per acre. Or wo will fell tract! of ht) acres, 120 ncres, 100 acres. "Oil ncrcs; nt a ainnll ndvancc on the ubovo price, according to tho .Improvements and location of tho particular tract desired by tho purchaser. No. Ill Improved farm of 80 acres fenced nnd 40 ncres In cultivation, largo house, ljf cuurice iiign aim a Kiicnen ax inj spring n itliin abort distance, 4 good aprings on placu s 100 fruit trees of apples, poaches, cherries, plums, peara ! within ono milo of a grist and saw mill, K ".Ilea south of Truj. Price $15 per acre. ' Stu n144 ncrea, small houso and about 15 acres cleared and under fence, lnu ..r tiwh"' 5 milc9 nor,h of Trov- 1,rlco 500- 's Four well Improved, splendid farms, lylnR In one body of 525 acres ; will he sold acporately or together. 180 acres has large uweuing r.ouso with 7 rooms, 2 porches, pirt of the houo now, beautiful site, with large shade trees In yard, 2 tenant houses In tho yard, smoke house, well of living water nnd a cistern, new barn 30x44; old stable ; granary, corn crib ; plenty of stock water ; 500 young thrifty apple trees or selected fruit, 100 chuico Iruit trees In bearing, nnd never fall any year. All well fenced in fields of convenient size, pastures nnd mendowB well aet in grnas and clover, .10 acres of fine timber. This Is, nnd has been lor years, tho model farm of the township. Price J.'l.'i per ncre, 100 acres has dwelling home 1 JS ' aturioa high, 118 x20 with I, kitchen, corn crib and stable, all new j 40 acroj fenced nnd in cultiva tion, 120 timber. Prico $2(1 per acre. 120 has dwelling 10x:'.'l with L porch on south aide of house, smoke house, cistern well, stable and cribij laud all well fenced, (10 acres in cultiva tion and meadow. Prico 25 dola. per aero. 85K acres, 40 acres in cultivation, 15 ncre meadow, no building, 30 acre timber. Prico 20 dola. per ncre. Prico of tho entiro tract of 525J.J ncrcs, $22 50 per acre. Term 3,000 dot. cash, balanco on time. No. II) New two-story dwelling nnd Slots in town of Troy. Homo 1Cx20 with U Kjj28, por tico in front nnd porch on bnck,fl largo rooms, a cln.ct, well of living water, largo cistern! amnko liouae ami atable. Largo number oT fruit treea Hi bearing, apples, reaches, rear, aweet eber. .rit'"' wo" morllln cherrle, iduma, oulneea. .to. W th. two squnrea of churcliC8 and achoola. Prico inousnru uouar. No. ill Improved farm 49 acre of aplendld land In u (lermari neighborhood, In a high state of cultivation, good dwelling liouae, amnko houso and stub o, aomo fruit trees. Farm woll watered. Within 1J nillo of Clinln of Hocks nnd yt mile of Mouth of lllg creek. Prico 1500 dols. In thl enlightened nge not many purchasers, etrangcra especially, hire conveyances nnd rldo VOr coun,ry in 'carch of a farm for aale. whcn "Iere ' a Kcnl E,,ate Aecn!y " b found. Wo advertise extensively and systematically, and owncra dcairlng to sell, and purchasers wishing tn buy, each earnestly hunting for the other and ills own Interest, eccuro tho grealeat poaslhlo safety ond despatch on tho ono hand, and thu lcait expenio of time und money for search on the other, by placing in our Agency tho ealo or puielm.o of any property. Wo require parties desiring to sell property to algn a contract describing tho aamo, naming the length of time tho property is toremnln for a.ile, prico nnd Icrma, and binding tho owner to pay our commission If a eolo I effected. Our CommUnlons. If th0 prico doc not exceed $800, our coinmlaalon for ealo will ha $20, Itcgular coiiimUalon nn all sales 2!i per cent, ,KK it Blr.l,m;. NtilifcCt'Jbe lor Alio (KHAI.4fc Mil yef Christian Institute, allE riKBT TERM OF THE SEVENTH i h'csslun of this Inatllutlon will commence On JtloiiilAy, Seplcaher 2, W7f, and ri.osa On Friday, Jaunary 17, IS73. If You Suck a Good School for your Pon or Diughtor, where thoy will bo cared for both in achool and family, thoroughly taught, nnd ivrrocndrd iiv iupfy nd health i VI. isrU'fACKs, send them to Christian Institute TiROY, MO. O- Send for Circular. J. . OAI'K. A. M., Prcs-t. July 31. 1872. 3m F. W. HARBAUM, MANUFACTURER OP WAGONS, BUGGIES, PLOWS, Wheelbarrows, 'c, TROY, OVEO. PR0J1IM LY ATTKNI)i:i) to. AIL WORK WARRANTED, TVEW WAGONS Constantly on Hand, July 17. 1S72 ly. NEW OPENING! I have just, opened out a NEW AAV UUiul ljfjLE STOCK of Goods in the brick bmldUui of Mess. Wool folk d- Crews, adjoining Mr. vittrow s saddle and harness store, and ivill keep on hand Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, COMPLETE STOCK OF Queensware, &c. The Season Icing short I have tleterminni to it i :ii ; i. FORMER PRJCICS ON ALL OOODS. jST At I realized coniderablo loss ly tho burning of my home, atom nnd Uoeli, I carneatly call tijion all jieraona who ono mo to acttlo. I need tho uonoy. JOS. HART. Troy, Mo., Nov. 30, 1871. Schnelle & Querl, LUMBER MERCHANTS Cur. Main and Dcstrelian Sis., ST. LOUIS, TM O . ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. July 21, 1S71 ly. LOUIS WOLFGRAM'S NEW Jewelry Store. TROY, 3IO. I expert to remain In Troy, nud keep at all times a Large and Conipliir Slock of JEWELRY, WATC'ES, CLOCKS, d-c. I WAIIH tNT my Jewelry lo be what I represent It. If fiuid, I tell my cimtomem so: If Plated I tell them. Jewelry made or pniclianeil to order. I keep the very best American M atches und tlocka for kale. Watches, Clocks and Jew elry Repaired, and all Wo.k Warranted. I TO TliAGIIKKM. teacher. o ll, , J ' ! u lulnaliop Hi. court bou.e in Vrov '. ,1 ,?, V"'" ,"""'"' 1,1 valuable farms 'V TT m aa a v " aFAAZIaHII Mr. 4'alk I n .. Alleraeys at Law k Mal feiati in'S) JtiltZ. MISSOURI, . 180 1o and half mil. .. fT J" t and Danviilo road. Largo brick dwel L T1"" atory and croaj hall on accond atoryfiro Iwl I, each room, ceil nca 2. 10 and s r..V .',,?',',.' 20 feet with atono walla. Llvlng'well "f V' n(er ..I..."" . " f 1 , f ', wnicr on rarm. ?a " 1 cultivation, line orchard of iclcct frJt. !'f i ll h Iwd under fence 0 80 Acres v0 , Ono milo north ot Troy on Louiirllle ro'aj, N co ono tory cottage dwelling with 4 room,, milo from fat. L. K. railroad. 40 acic. In cl tlvatlon young orchard of eolcct fruit, begin, nlng to bear. Low figures and tcruia to auitmiN 204 Acres n. Throa and n half mllca louth of Troy. A anlendid fnrm nr.. Inn ...... . n utrea in cu Ilia OK, H .... 1'ieniy oi Ualllg and BtocK water, on a uoh n r.,.l . n... ... i... i . , . fruit and amall frulta, a fine garden pld in, Dwelling atanda on a nice elevation with nlerf yard. Lntlto farm under fence and every aero auaceptlblo of cultivation. Splendid tract of and, a very deslrablo homo.and is offered at vcrv low figuro. 320 Acres v. i Four mllca .onili nf T,. f-i.... 200 acrca In cultivation, pralrlo land, frnma dwelling with 8 rooraa, good orchard of select frtllt. la a finnatnelt r,ii,n. l,n.na ..ln. t- - timber to keep place up, plenty using snd atock 1,1 u noun neigiioornoou nccesaaoie In all directions. Oood stand for publio houso ond finding quarters. Will sell part or all to suit purchaser, l'rico vory low. I0O Acres No, 6 Four uil!c3 foulh of Trny, 70 acres in cull., rnfinn. loir ilnrlllnre wtth .1 mnm. t , - "O aovtur, luuia UliUII and biiru,Kool well of living water and n mall nt-ilinrl i.f fnil lt-nn. II.. If i . . . , v..... ml uetji il u 11 1H1IVJ HI UlfltriCt pchool house, half milo west of Sand Hun church, ciiuju msmnce ironi j-osi u3 nnd in a gooJ neltfllhnrllfinil. Vcrv odonn nn.l .InaU.kU 200 Acres x0. ft Tour miles north of Troy, 70 acres in a zood tntf fiT fittllvMlnn. 9.iI;,tv 1. ,i.unMt.. 1 18 by 20 with L 10 by 2fi, 4 rooms In all, orchard of aelect fruit of all hinds, 1 inllo west of St, L. v. iv. rauroau, very line apring of never falling water near the house, convenient to achool and churches, in good neighborhood, nnd at very low figures. 1 Lois in Troy. 0. 10 Xico piece or properly In Troy a block of 4 lots, wllh comfortable dwelling, good garden, yard, Ac, on one of tho finest streets in town. Cheap for cash. 101 Acres No. U 2 miles east of Cli.intilla, log dwelling with 2 roo'na, meat house nnd excellent cistern, plenty of atock water, 40 acres in cultivation, at low figutes and on eny term. 2 Lois in Troy. Xo. !2 A goo I piceo of property in the town of Troj 2 lota, dwelling homo nnd meat house, encloaad wllh good fence, on nfine street, nnd commands a splendid view of tlio town. Cheap for cash. 1100 Acres Xo. 31 Of land situated In Lincoln and l'lko coun ties on tho wntcrs of Hryant's creek, In survey 17H7, within Smiles of n boat landing on the Mississippi river, nnd is divided into lota of about 20(1 acres each. All this land is very val uable, pnsesing a mil unsurpassed for produc tleties, with an nbundanco of wntcr for all purposes, pecullirly adapted to fruit growing and stock raising, with extensive impr,ieinenta on each nnd every lot, nnd the uncultivated por tion covered with tho finest timber In norl .last MI'.Hotiri. All in on excellent nelgbboi hooil, f easv acccs? to chuiches and schools, nnd from which tcaiiHcnn make llireo dips to the river in a day. Tor f ale in lots to suit purchasers nnd on terms mot liberal indeed. l'ersons desiring homes which will pay nnd be n b!esing to them selves nml posterity, could not do better than buy ono or all of these splendid lots of land. 2."7 1-2 Acres Xp. 14 On tho Missiippi Illufl', 7 mile, west of Cap nu (!ri nnd 7 miles fouthen-t of New Hope, on the lliutT road, M acres In cultivation, bnlanco in fine limber. Fr.imo dwelling with 5 r. oms, tol eniliiy good out buildings, 4 or 5 neverfuiling springs on tho place, good cistern near door of dwelling, young orchard of select fi uit, near to Uaptist nnd Christian churches nnd school house, 3 miles from ltoblnson's mill and store, in a very fino neighborhood, splendid wheat, corn and stoik Innn, tho very place to mako you u good homo nnd to get your money back oi . 1'iiio very low nnd term to suit purchaser". Be in a hurry clso you will be left out in tho cold. Lol in Troy. 0. 15 Lot No. 75 In Troy, a, good property of 4 lots, dwelling With 4 rooms, nlcoynrj, h rsc and cow lot, a young orchard of select In .1, good garden, in n deslrnblo part of town, on n fino street nnd commands n lino view of the town. At low figures nnd terms to suit tho purchaser. Huy before tho St L & K It It l completed, and thereby secure yourself n hnndromo profit. Troy Properly. n0. 16 "Hero is the place to get your uionoy back." Tho Pocnsalot property on .Main, Cherry and Union streets, three store rooms, ono fronting on Main and Chorry atrects, tho other two fronting on Mnln street, all ono-a'ory fiame buildings ; nnd on the anmo lot und immediately back of the Btoro room on tho corner of Main and Cherry is a ono-stnry Iramo dwelling with 4 rooms. Thl property occupies tho very best location In tho town Of Trov for nnv Un,l nt ..,. n.. v...i ... j ....... ... ,ut-, i M ,nu uusi nes, and will bo sold nt very low figures and on c.ivc.iiug,; genrroua. ii you ileslro the best liimnetfu xtnnil In Tmu n Ml 1 t. .... , j,,,, ,,, uu H l(J your interest to be up nnd doing, elaoyou will lose n bargain worth having. 140 Acres. $0. 17 LOOK HERE, YE STOCK MEN I 140 acres in n fino stnto of cultivation, 100 ncrcs In grass, oaiancc ready lorsnny kind of grain, all Itnilor rnn,l Inn.ln. in 1 .1.. rn . .. . ........ . ... ii.ri,ia, on mo iroy ana Auburn rond, n part of the Jonah Morris farm, 7 mllca fram Troy and It mllca south from Auburn, plenty of atnek water, 2 buildings j nlso the un divided ono fifth part of 200 acres of good tlm. bereil land ono inllo west of tho 140 ncro tract, which is also n part of tho Jonah Morris farm. These land nrn wtlbln n .nn. .n.. .... . - , .. uiaiaueu ui mo Bt li A- k II U. are vcrv valuoblo nnd In condition toylold nn hundred fold, l'rico $4,000, too cheap to talk about, terms liberal. 210 Acres v0. ift Two and n hnlf miles north of Troy on the Iroy and Louisville rnn,l. ISO in - n .... - ' p v,,ni,,uu,B,. or cultivation, 25 acrca in meadow well taken In timothy, 4 acres in orchard of choice summer, rail and winter fruit, nnd tho reat of tho farm in timber nnd verv rlnl. l.i n,... - , '. lui.u. j-ieiuy oi puro running water through tho farm nt all season of tho year, nt convenient distances from barn yard, a well of fine cold water having an average throughout tho year a depth or 6 ft, convenient to houao. Jence. all In good repair. Tho tlla bio land is fresh, having been cleared within tho liaat lb vra nnd hn. l.An -it i . i clover ayatcm of culturo, and Is adapted to tb crowth of WhARt. ...h ! j .1. . ... v...., tuuiieco, grass ana iruu. two itory fiaiuo house with 4 rooms, kitchen and S. c. v .0,..bl!rn' tM crlb home, lho St L A k Itr passei thro' tho farm, good nnnrlt,,C,1.0n'iJ":lth,n haIf ,uil of "" ''f1" MOO dols, 4000 In band bolanco In 1 and 2 yean. 100 Acres v. 19 id "1,e8 north of Troy, adjoining farm No. n - if. iuY,iuoii una very ricn lanu, never fnillrg atroam of water runs through tho larm. spring of fino water near improvements. Cotr.forlnli n rol.l,, I..- ...i , . ' ,, ... i 1 . i- 1. '"K aiauie, corn cno m. . 1 ,frl",a llf"sh this land. Tho laud ..... i,. 1. apienuiii sou nnd heavily timbered. Ae.ir n district school home, l'rioo 2,000, 1..00 i ,,,iniiie-u in i ami j years. 8 V res xo, 20 m --.'". iioy on i' renenrann s oiuii, Ml acres in cultivation, balanco in fine tluiber, rich foil, comfortable dwelling, stable mid mil build- '"'' " I chance lor amall homo on easy terms. S" I'artie wishing to aell or buy will coiul iwifenViai,, bi slllnontii,