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A R0o(! i'ory is told of n parrot Vrho ?itd always lived on board of a chip, but Who escaped at ono of the Southern ports and took rcfugo in & church Boon ftcrtcard tiie conrcpation afpetu bled, f ad t!:c rsinUiei began prr-acliing 10 liictn in his earnest la-lnon Eijitij: (hero Wis no virtue in llicin, that ever; tmB of ibotf Would gn to bull unless they (pceelily rcpente d Just as he rpokc the feoience, up spoke ibis parrot from his biding place': All hand bcton !" To si j that "all hand," rcro startled, old boa mild may of potting it. flic peculiar voice aod unknown source bad tuuch mote effect on them than the par Ron's Toice ever bad lie Mailed a mo ment and then, a shade or tiro paler, he repeated the warntnj. "All bands below 1" again rang out from somewhere. The preacher started from his pulpit and looked nnxiouily around, inquiries If anybody bad spoken, "All hands below!-' was the only fenlv. at wbleh the entire Ditiic-Mrickcri congregation got up, and a moment after hey all bolted lor the door, the prcaehf r trying his best In be the firt, nnd during the time the tnitclucviuus bird kept up his yelling : "All bands Lclow I" There was one old woman there "who teas lame, and could not get out so fast rn tbe reft, and in a tliort litr.o die was left entirely alone. Just as the was about to hubblc out, the parrot flew down, and, alighting on bur bboulder, ugain yelled in her car : "All bands below 1" "No, no, Miiter Devil?'' shrieked the o'd woman, "you can't mean me. I don't belong here, I co In the other church across the way." New Orleans Advo cate. Touching Lcilrr. The schoolboy who writes the follow. Ing letter exhibits a degree of affection ate solicitude !c-tt lili pi re nt a thould be worried about his health which is very charming : "dear Ma. i wrigbt two tell you i am very retched and my chilly blains is worse again. 1 have not made any pro press and I don't think I shall. I am sorry to be off so much exponEe but I do not think scbulc is of any pond. One of the fellows has taken the crown bout nff ray dcw hat for a target. I said you Would not like it. lie ha' also borrowed my watch to make a water wheel with the works but it won't act Me and hi in have trUd to put the works ba:k but wc think there is some wheels mining aa it won't fit. I hope Matilda's cold is better. I am glad" she Is not at scrmle. I think I have got cnnsumion T hp boys at this place aro not gcntlmen but I suppose you did not know that when you tent me. I will try not to get bad hnbits The trow pers have woro out on the nrcs. I think tbe tailnr must have cheated you. The buttons have ulsn como off and they nrc tore in tbe bick I don't think the food i good, but I thotild not mind it if i was Mronper. the piece i fend you is off the beef we had Sunday but on other days it is more stringgy. There are Mack bre Jes in the kitchen and sometimes thev cook them in the dinner which can't be wholesotro when you nrenot strong 1 of i no uoys lias lamml ono not a cookeu a raw one and it will dnnce when vnu wbis tlo 'down in a coal minp' which mike bim think of hit happy borne. Dear Ma, I hopo you and dear papi and sifters are enjoying of yourselves and do not tnind me beinz o nnoomforlable because T do not think i shall last long. I am Yours affeetionalo JollNNT. "i. a. ricase send mo some money ni i owe eight pence. If you cannot spare it i think i cm bono of a boy who is going to leave nt the half quarter and then he won't ask for it back praps vou would not like mo to be under n nb ligashun n his parent U traidrf people nnd I think you deal nt their nhnp, be loit mo some lat half and i think he told them at thosbnp i did not mentinu St as i dessay they have put it into your bill." Curiosities or Ortliograiiliy. A writer in the Cincinnati l imes and Chronicle remarks that sotuo of tbe ttpelling that un editor has to encounter is enough to barrow up bis soul and freeze the tmrrow in his bones : A young lawyer in an interior city early nno morning locked his cilice door, nnd left upon it this mysterious legend : "Qotie to brexfus," In a small New Kngland town a drug gist was surprised and disturbed to re. ceive, at tbo bands of a dirty looking customer, the following prescription : "Picas giv the bare suuiptbin to Gzick him 15 cts worth." During tbo war, a letter, written by a rebel soldier to his sweet heart, was cap tured, wherein the writer raid : "Wc will lick tbo yanks two uiorrer if goddle jnity spares our lives." ii-i-.. in . i.i j Jiuius lyuoaie, ur sujincuouy ci:e, tain i .1 . . t . VI 1. 11 inai ido ways oi i rovn.euoo una ine decisions of a petit jury aro past ac counting for. Wo may safely say tbe same of tbo spelling of the luticr -incc a 1'ittsburg jury handed up to tbo judgo a communication endorerd, "To the ooor able gug." Tbe proprietor of a country storo onco worked himself into a brain lever endeav oring to make intel-igible the following nolo, given to him by a small boy, the on of one his customers: "mister dream "Wunt you lot my boay her a pare ef Easy toad shut?" ' However, bo was probably .not more horriGed than the schoolmaster who ro eeived a let'er from u tnan who wrote : "I have decided to inter my boy in jour scull. The letter which ono person wrote to un editor, when discontinuing his paper, contains internal evidence ef tbe truth of its assertions : "I think folks orient lb spend their ttiunny for payptir, tuy dad diddent, ev erybody fed be was the intelligcnlcst man in I ho country ami Imd tbo smartest fruiily ef boiisi tl.ut dug latere. "This house for tail," was the fin xooncceicnt 'a traveler u.v nailed over the door of humble dwelling in New 1 Hampshire. Iln called the proprietor to the door and ciavclv inquired: "When ts your hous;oing to mil?" "When C3.o fellow comes along who can rio the wind," responded the tnan rfiih it six! t'liuklo ill bis aye, mil the traveler taored mn-jrnlully o. lhe I'laccj Herald says : "Not over fiftv miles cast of Auburn, on tbn line of the Central l'cifle railroid, ther lives a man whose sense of hearing ts not very acute, as will fificr from tbe folloc ing : The individual under consideration was hunting for game about a mile dis tant from his residence, when a grouse flew up and lit on a tree on tbe hillside ; and at tbe same moment a traveler ap proached and inquired the distance to the i. nit station. Deaf man, (pointing) 'He flew right up there. Tiuvcler 'Hoar lar is it to , iue next fi.hiod t ueairmu "no ui up there I raveler ' 1 ou must be a a n Deafman 'Yes, there is a great fool.' many aronod here this time of the year LACLEDE HOTEL, TROY, IVIO. TUORNIIILL ii Bl'SWELL, Propr's. THIS ii a firjt-cl.i'S hotel, furniihcil In gooil (Ij-Ib anJ Its table (applied with the best tbe market afinrl. fcttannen tiopping in Troy will Gn-I here nil tbe cotaforta of liumc Iho 1!AH i Hockc'l wi'h utrictty prime l.i qunr, fjch a Itraniiie, V.'bifkies, Wiuee, Ale, lllri, i ic.i alto the Cnm Irands of Cigar!, nf.i 2 or.l ? Adiiiiiiirlrn(or-M ioticc. N OTICK ii terehy given that letters of ndraln i;tr4tlon were granted to the cnderlj;ntd on the estate of Nancy Thomas, dee'd, Iv the Clerk of the I'robato Court of Lincoln county, Mo., on the 6lh day of January, 1673. All icrfon9 having claim) sgnlnst raid eitatc are required tociliil.lt them to the administrator for allowance within one year from the date tf tal I tetters, or they may he precluded from any benefit of raid ettnte; and if not exhibited within mo yean from the date of said Utter! they will be forever barred. jandnl juii.n ii. jJAii.M.e, aub r. JUST ARRIVED IIV TIIK St. Louis & Keokuk Railroad A Large Train of Novelty Cash Store, Tj'KELINO thankful for former patrongc, I will X ray to Hie utile, ii they will continue tueir patronage, iroods Hill till ho reduced in mice. W . a. COOl'KK, at Novelty Cash store. ClOFrnK 4 Ibi to the Dollar. J Threads o( nl: kinds S cents a Fr.ool. I'iti, only ! cents ft paper, Needles the same, and other articles in sann- jrnnrliin, nt V. S. COOl'KK'S Novelty Cah Store. QA1.T Ono car load "n hand nt the Nmlty i-l Cath store, which wilt bo sold che-iii forcith TIty 'iOOIJH, Clothing, Hats ai5d Caps, Hoot! J and Mines, (Iroci-r.ts, C-c., a full sLriply at W. S. uyui'KK'ti .Novelty t'aU store, 'TMIB highest market price paid for Country JL I'roiJuce at the .Novelty Lush store t IH ( i-ntH lor lggs. lit C'ciiIh tor Ilaron hides. Ill Cent tor llauik. TTAVINtl romiiteted my second year among XX )ou, I aik you to call uud bo posted W. S. COOl'EB. TTXI'niWS WAflON always standing at the XJ door, floods bought at the Novelty deliv crcu anynbera In town Itee or charge. W. S. COOl'UIl. aplByl TO IIOUSEWIVKS ! TROY BAKERY. TM'IS UAKUHY WILL SUPPLV 1'OU WITH siKht, llenllhnil Bread, Cheaper than you can make it, uml $avc yuu the vexation of often nxwj all your l east ana Dough turn out badly. Tho rring and summer season will eoon ho here, nnu in otucr to rnako It prnataoio to in y customers by furnlLlr.L' them bread chcaocr than they huvc hcreti.fjra been nhlu to get , I will ell tickets, each l which will be good for a ten cent loaf of bread, at tho rate o( 1.1 for ft, thus giving ?1.JU north of bread for a dollar. MY HTOCK OF CONFECTIONERIES la LARIIK AND VAHIKIJ, AND I KKKl' THE FINKH QUALITIKS AB WKLL AS STICK CANDIUH. Alto, Fi'u, Kaliin, f-c., and all t.'inih 'alt I'ounil, Sponge, Lemon, Tea, Scotch and Ginger. AUkiiidtof Cafai and l'mlriei made order. All orders thotihl be ghvn at leat (wo days tn advance. VALUABLE FARMS FOll SALE AltOIHtJA It LmW & Kelt KsUl igifi, , TROY. MISSOURI. 3ti Arm ' Me. I Two and half mile! ret of Troy on Truxto and Danrlile road. Large brick duelling boose 44 by 2 feet front, 8 tcini with ball on Srsl story and cross halls on second story, fire plaeo in each room, ceilings 12, 10 and 8 fect,ctllar 18 by 20 feet with stone nails. Living Well of pute water ana plenty ol stock water un farm. 70 acres if) cultivation, f.ne orchard of select fruit of all kinds ; all the land under fence. On road leading to coal fields. At low figures f nd term: to suit purchaser, S( Acms N. One mile north ot Troy on Louisville road. Sice One slory cottage dwelling with 4 rooms j I mile from .St. I., i iv. raitioaJ. 40 acres in cul tivation j young orchard of select fruit, begin ning to Lear. Low figures and terms to suit pur cba-cr. 204 Acrts X. I Three and a half miles south of Troy. A splendid farm, over 100 acres In cultivation, a good dwelling with 7 or ft rooms, 2 new barns, good outbuilding!, plenty i-f ulug and stock jiater, on a nubile road, it fine orchard of select fruit and small fruits, a fine garden paled In. Dwelling stands on a nice elevation with nice yard. Kntlic farm under fence ami every acre susceptible of cultivation, r-'plcndld tract of land, a very desirable home, and is offered at very tow figures. 320 Acres ' No. 4 Four miles south of Troy on Mexico road. 200 acres in cultivation, prairie land, frame dwelling with C rooms, good orchard of select fruit, is a fine stock faira, good barns, plenty fine timber to k-ep place up, plenty using rod stock water, in a good neighborhood ncccssablo in all directions, tiotxl stand for public houso and finding quarters. Will sell part ur all to suit purchaser. Price vorv low. IG0 Acres No. G Four milts south of Troy, 70 acres in culti vation, log dwelling with .'I rooms, meat house and birn,good well of lit Ing wuter and n small orchard of fruit trees. Half mile of district tcbeiol bouse, half mile west ot Sand Hun church, samo distance from l'ost Oa'j and in a good neighborhood. Very cheap and desirable 200 Acres o. 8 Four miles north of Troy, 70 acres in a good strte of cultivation, 2-story log dwelling bouse IS by 20 with L Hi by 2li, 4 rooms in all, orchard of select fruit of all kinds, 1 mile west of St. L. .V K. railroad, very fine spring of never failing water near the hou-e, convenient to school and churches, in good ncighhothood, and at very low figures. 1 Lois in Troy. !o. 10 Nice iiicco of property in Troy a block of 4 lots, with cnmfortohle dwelling, good garden, ard, Ac, on ono of tho finest streets in town. Cheap for cash. iui Acres AO. 11 2 miles east of Chantilln, log dwelling with roons, meat house and excellent cistern, plenty of stock water, 40 acres in cultivation, at low figures anJ o easy terms. 2 Lois in Troy. No. !2 gool piece of property In tbo town of iroy i lots, dwelling houc anu meat house, enclosed wilh good fence, on n fino street, and commands a splendid view of the town. Cheap lor cash. 1100 Acres No. 31 Of land situated in Lincoln and Fiko coun ties on the waters of llryant i creek, in survey 737, wiihin Smiles of a bout binding on the Mi'-issippi river, and Is divided into lots of about 200 acres each. All this land is very val uable, possessing a soil unsurpassed for produc tiveness, with an nbundanco of water for nil purposes, pcculluly adapted to fruit growing ami stocK r-Msing, witn extensive improvements on each and every lot, nnd the uncultivated por tion coterca nitn tno nncst timber in nortneast Mls'.souri. All in nn excellent neighborhood, of cav access to churches and schools, and from which teams enn make three trips tn tho river in day. Ivi rale in lots to suit purchasers and on terms most liberal indeed. I'eisons desiring homes which will pay and be a blessing to them selves nnd posterity, could not do better than buy one or all of these splendid lots of land. 237 1-2 Acres No. 11 On tho Mississippi II 1 u IT. 7 miles west of Cap au f!ri nnd 7 miles souihca.t of New Hope, on the Illuff road, !0 acres in cultivation, balance in fino timber. Fr.unc duelling with 5 r oms, tol- robly good out buildings, 4 or 5 neverf.iiling prings on tho place, good cistern near door of dwelling, young orchard of select fi uit, near to llaptlst nnd Christian churches and school house, It miles from ltobinson's mill and storo, in a terv f.ne neighborhood, splenlid wheat, corn nnd stock fnrin, the very pluco to innkc you a good homo nnd to get your money back on. 1'iiee very low ana terms to suit purchasers. Us in a hurry else you will be left out in the cold. ,ol ill Troy, No, 15 Lot No. 74 In Troy, a good rrnrcrly of 4 lots, dwelling with 4 tonus, nice yard, horso and eow lot, a young orchard of select fruit, cood gnrilcn, in n ueslrable part or town, on a fino street and commands a fino view of tbe town. At low figures and terms to suit tho purchaser. Iluy before the St L A K H H i, completed, and thereby secure yourself a handsome profit. Troy Properly, No, 16 "Here is the place to get your money back." The l'oensalot property on Mnln, Cherry ond Union streets, three store rooms, ono fronting on Main nnd Cherry streets, the other two frontine on Main street, all unt-s'ory frnmo buildings j anu (in ino sjuic lot anu iinrncuialely back ot tbo storo rom on tho corner of Main and Cherry is a one-story frame dwelling with 1 rooms. This property occupies tho very best location in tho town of Troy for any kind of mercantile busi ness, and will be sold at very low figures nnd on terms exceedingly generous. If you desilo the best business stand in Troy you will find it to your Interest to bo up and doing, elso you will lore a bargain worm Hating. 110 Acres. No. 17 LOOK HERK, YH STOCK MEN I 140 acres in a fine state of cultivation, 100 ucres 'in grass, balance ready for any kind of grain, all umler guoa fencing in .1 tiolils, on the Troy anu Auburn road, a nrt of the Jonah Morris farm, 7 miles fram Troy and 3 miles south from Auburn, plenty of stock water, 2 buildings ; also the un ilmiieij one tilth part or 2uu acres or good lliu bered land ono mile west of tho 140 acre tract, which Is also a part of tho Jonah Morris farm. These lands are within a short distance of tho St L A K K II, arb very valuable and in n good condition to yield nn hundred fold. Price 151,000, too cheap to talk about, terms liberal. 210 Acres No. 18 Two and a half miles north of iroy on the Troy and Louisville road, 130 acres in a fino state of cultivation, 2i acres in meadow well taken In timothy, 4 acres in orchard of choice summer, fall and winter run, ana too rest ot ino tarm in timber and very rich land. 1'lenty or jure running water through tbe farm at all reasons of tbe year, nt convenient distances from barn yard, n well of fine cold water having an average throughout tho year a eicpm 01 n n, convenient to houso. Fence, nil In cood repair. The tlla. ble land in fresh, having been cleared within the past ISyrs and has been well kept up by the cl'iti-r system of culture, arid is adapted to the growth of wheat, ccrn, tobacco, grass and trult. Two slory Irame house with 4 rooms, kitchen nnd meat house, barn, stable cribs aud Ico houso. The fit L A K Hr passes thro' tho form, good district school within half tulle of houso. l'rico SOOtl dels, 4000 in hand balance In 1 and 2 years 1U0 Acres No, 10 2 i miles north of Troy, adjoining farm No, 18. 40 acres In cultivation and very rich land never falllrg stream of water runs through the rartn, sprin ur nno water near improvements Coxfortnbto cabin, tos stable, corn crib Ac St LA K Itr runs through this land'. The land not cleared I, rniendld soli and heavily timbered Near ft district school houio. l'rico 3,000, 1,200 In hand, balance in 1 and 2 years. 80 Acres No. 20 2 miles east of Troy on Frenchman', bluir, 30 acre, In cultivation, balance in fine timber, rich soil, comriirtablo dwelling, stable) ana out uuuu Ini.,. (looil rhanro for small horde on ciiy terms, plf Parties wishing to sell or buy will consult their own interest u railing on u, 1'HAZIKH k COLUERT. uniiim nmo'iyi1" F. W. HAftBAUM, PLOWS Wheelbarrows, Vc., TEOYa MO. mOJlPTLY ATTENDED TO. AIL WORK WARRANTED. WAGONS Constantly July 17. 1672 ly. on Hand. tg? TROT, iiVEO- AtlEMT FOK THE lfntthan and Elgin WATCHES, Which he will Furnish at Factoiy Wholesale rrtccs. T WOULD respectfully announco to tho citi-1 L ten, of Lincoln county that I have secured tho service, of a VIHST-CLASS JOUKNEY MAN WATCHMAKER, ond will BSepair Wntclit'N, Clocks and Jewelry, AT MODERATE RATES, AM) IN (;()() OltDKIl. EXGHWIXG IiEATLF EXECUTED. Jewelry bought of me will bo engraved free oi ennrge Special attention paid to watches that hat- been "botched" nnd "butchered" and nearly ru lucu by poor woiKmcn. plr All Work Wat ranted. J. Is. VAK.II W, fP. k A. Telegraph Office, llontlls' liulldlng, LOUIS WOLFGRAM'S NEW Jewelry Store. TROY, 310- I expect to remain In Troy, nnd keep at all times a Large and Complete Slock of JEWELRY, WATCUES, CLOCKS, d-c. I W A It It ANT my Jewelry to be what I represent It. 1 1' Cold, I tell my customers so; IT I'latcd I tell thcin. Jewelry made or purchased to order. I keep the very best American Watches aud Clocks for sale. Watches, Clocks and Jew elry Repaired, and all Work Warranted. I MRS. MARY SEDLACEK'S Millinery EKtnbliliiiicnt AND NOTION & GROCERY STORE, For cheap groceries and jirovisions, and everything m the grocery line, such as Sugar Coffee Tea Candy Canned Fruits lUislni Currants l'ickles Oysters Sardines Cheese Crackers Mackerel Ilutter Kggs Flour Meal Oo to Mrs'. Sedlacck's, STif Persons indohtcd to mo aro earnestly re quested tu call und settlo lust year's accounts. ITlrN, ill. SEDL.ACEK. Fch'y 1, 1872. JEHU SYIiVESTJER, WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL DEALElt IN Watches, Diamonds FRENCH CLOCKS, Watch Materials and Tools. Watcltcs and Jewelry Rejiaired. NO- 210 K0BTII FOURTH STJiEKT iIletweeB Olive and 1'lne Streets) May , 187 -"ss-. S A. CAKE A BOQEKS' COLUMN. EVERYBODY LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST BF.FOUE PUnCIIASIKO CALL AT UUll SHOP AT TIIK TAN VAIlD IN TKOV ANU EXAMINE llUIt I.AHGI3 STOCK Ol' Wapon Harness, Carriago Harness, liugpy Harness, UiJlDK Briellea, Blind Bridles, Opcn'-facc work do., itulter miuics, Halters, Cheek Lines, Back Bands, Belly Bands, Bridle Reins, AVacon Martingales.. Hiding do Breast Strops, Belly Strops. ilatDo Strops, Halter Strops, ilamc Strinu'B, Wapon Breccbing, Saddle Cruppers, Horse Humes, Curry Combs, Horse Brushes, Horse Blanktes, Hair Saddle Girths, Leather Saddlo Girths, Web Saddle Girths, Trace Chains, Mule Ilatucs. Wagon Whips, Ox Whips, Drovers hips, Horso Collars, iMulo Collars, Side Raddles, Men's Saddles, Boy's Saddles, Saddlery Hardware, Carriape Trimmings, Hiding Whips, l'low Gear, &o. Ladies', Gentlemen's, Boyii' and Girls' Boots and Shoes of Every Stylo, ALL WORK WARRANTED. CARRIAGE TRIMMING Done with Neatness and Dispatch. CASH PAID FOR Hides and Tallow- BOOT AND SHOE FINDINGS FOR SALE. Wo manufactuco our Boots and Shoes, Saddles, Harness and Collars out of Leather ot our own lanninc, uud aro tho only Yf80n8 Troy who manufac ture out ot Leather made at our yard. Goods and prices warranted . S7 give satisfaction. CAim & KOPEKS mm V. O, OAKE. I j. ii ,,,,,. CAKE & McLELLAN, . Real Estate Agent, Trojr, Lincoln Cooily, Bi,, Huy u6 Sell I.in. Pay Tkxt lor Mok. resident!, cive Abitraeti of Tltlti, Writ Deedi, Mortgages). Pljtto ' t Lands, 4c. They CiTcr for at iU Pltowiog lands t Mo. I-Improyod farm, 189 acre, 3 Bie, dorthwest of Auburn, 2 miles of railroad and 5 miles of rock road, 35 aero, in cultivation, lsl acres splendid limber, hotvcd-log house t ,t. rles, slabto and corn crib, l'rico $2500, ono third cash, balnnco on time. No. a Coal land miles southwest of Tron 40 acres In tho rulddlo or tho cud fields ani jrllhln ttlO ynrd of tho shaft at the Link inlnci l'rico $2000, half cash, balance on time. No. 3202 acres unliunrnv,-,! t:...l i. i hi miles south of Millwood aud adjoining Well tirnltie. I'rice SS0O. third cn.h. A 1 Price JSOO, third cash, halance on lon time. to. 6 House and lot In Troy, frame house! 30 by 40 and one story high, 4 rooms, closet smoko house, cistern, shrubbery, Ac, lot 100 1, J 100 feet, 2C0 yards fnm totrn si ring. 'Price anil terms $1000 cash, No. O Farm of Jltf crcj( ij Bjc, of Jj0. cow Mill, 20 acres in cultirutiou, 119 acres gooil tltnhcr, 18 hearing icach trees Price $20 pes' acre, two-third, casb, balnnco on time. No. T 54 acres timber land, underlaid wilH coal, 214 miles of Moscow, l'rico $2J per acre; two-thirds cash, balance on tltno. No. 8 Improved farm of U3 acres, one mile from tbo court house In Troy, 25 acres lu cultivation, 23 acres In asturo nnd meadow, 10(1 Ovo year old npplo trees, 25 peach trees, 45 acres splendid timber, 2 stoiy frame 18 by 21 and an 1. 1 story 18 by 24, all in good repair, smoko house, chicken house, stablos and crib, A No, 1 tobacco lam of 0 tiers, good well. Price and tonus 9.15 cash per aero. Just the place for a ticrson who desires to carry on a small farm, and also get tho benefit of good schools in Troy for his children. No. O Improved farm of 80 acres 3J miles east of Trov, 25 ncrca In cultivation, 55 acres good timber, log houso 10 byl8, 1 storios, smoko house, corn crib nnd stables, 125 young fruit trees In hearing, l'rico $35 per acre, two thirds cash bahinco on time. No. lO Improved farm of 80 ncrcs 2 rallas south of Troy, 35 acres In cultivation, 15 acres In grass nnd 30 acres timber, bouse Id by 18, )i stories, kitchen 14 by 1C, smoko house, cellar, stable sheded on two sides, granary, crib and hrn bouse. All theso buildings are new nnd sub stantial. Well nnd pond of stock watci, 25 an. pie, 25 peach nnd 0 pear trees of excellent fruit, l'rico 30 dols. per acre, two thirds casn balance . on time. No. II Improved farm of 200 acres, 5 miles j northwest of Troy, "0 acres in cultivation, 130 ncrcs timber, 2 story house 18 bv 20 with L kit chen If! by 21 ono story, smoko house with cellar undor it 7 It deep, stables, corn crib, new 7-t er tobacco barn, splendid orchard of 730 trees in bearing, consisting of opple, peaches, pears, plums, apricots, nectarines, cherries. New nnd cutnmodious school houso near. Price 20 dols per ncrc, half cash, balance on time without in terest. No 12 Improved farm of SO ncrcs 1)i mllcr west of Chain uf ltocks, In n (lornmn neighbor hofid, 40 acres in cultivation, 40 acres fino timber, houso, smoko house, good well, stuble, tobacco barn, applo and peach orchard, new school houso close at hand, l'rico $20 per acrs, half cash, balanco on time. No. 13 Improved farm of 200 acres 4 miles east of Troy and 2 miles of Moscow mills, 100 ncrcs fenced, 80 pcrcs in cultivation, 20 ncrcs in grass, 100 acres timber, 2-slury liousu, 20x30,. cellar under it, smoke house, splendid well, sta bles, largo crib, 2 tobacco bams, 150 npplo trees, pears, peaches, cherries, grapes. Land produced 50 bushels corn per aero this ycni. New school house completed and paid for convenient, l'rico $18 per ncrc, half cash, bnlnnce on time. No. 11 110 ncrcs, improved farm, 50 acres fenced and in cultivation, splendid limber, in cluding n good sugar camp, 30 bearing fruit trees, two-story -log house, lathed and plastered, sraokn house nnd outbuildings, 3 splendid springs un tho farm, This tarm is five miles from Troy and half that distance from St li Si. K Uuilroad. l'rico $1,440 cash. No. IS 1150 ncrcs of splendid land located near tho north lino of this county. Tho rock road from Auburn nnd tho St I, k K Itr both run through this tract. About ono half of this land is fenced and has six dwelling housos located at different points on it. Stables, cribs and tobacco barns nio Inrgo nnd well built, and at convenient points nn tho Cum. The cntlro tract is offered at tho very low figuro of $20 por acre. Or wo will tell tracts of 80 acres, 120 acres, 160 acres, 200 acres; at a small advance on tho above price, according to tho Jmp'ovomcnts and location of tho particular tract desired by the purchaser. No. 10 Improved farm of 80 ncros fenced nnd 40 acres in cultivation, largo house, IK stories high nnd a kitchen 12x 10; spring within short distance, 4 good springs on place; 100 fruit trees of apples, peaches, cherries, plums, pears ; within on'u mile of n grist and saw mill, V, miles south of TrnJ. Price $15 per acre. No. 17 144 ocros, smnli house and about 15 acres cleared nnd under fencu, 12'J acres of timber, 5 miles nurth of Troy, l'rico $500. No. 18 Four well improved, splendid farms, lying in one body of 525i acres ; will be sold separately or together. 160 acres has largo dwelling house with 7 rooms, 2 porches, part of tho hnuto new, boautiful sito, with largo shads trees In yard, 2 tenant houses in tho yard, smoko house, well of living water and a cistern, new barn 30x44; old stable; granary, corn crib; plenty of stock water; 600 young thrifty opplo troes of selected fruit, 100 choico Iruit trcos in bearing, and ncvor fail any year. All well fenced in fields of convenient size, pastures and meadows well sot In grass nnd clover, 30 acres of fine timber. This is, nnd has been for years, tho model farm of tho township, l'rico $35 per acre. 100 acres has dwelling bou-'o i stories high. Is 1 8 x20 with h kitchen, corn crib and stable, all new ; 40 ncrcj fenced and In cultiva tion. 120 tlmher. l'rlcn S20 ner acre. 120 has ''dwelling lftx:'3 with I. porch on south sido of nousc, sinoKO nouso, cistern wen, staoics anu cribs; land all well fenced, AO acres in cultiva tion and meadow, l'rico 25 dols. per acre. 8 5)4 acres, 40 acres in cultivation, 15 acres meadow, no buildings, 30 acres timber, l'rico 20 dols. per acre. Price of the eutiro tract uf 525 acres, $22 50 per aero. Terms 3,000 dol. cash, balanco on time. No. 10 New two-story dwelling and fi lots In town of Troy. House 16x20 with L 16x28, por tico In'front and porch on back, 8 largo rooms, closet, well of living water, large cistern; smoko houso and stable, iargo number of fruit trees In bearing, apples, peaches, pears, sweot cher ries, morilln cherries, plums, quinces, Ac With in two squares of churches and schools, l'rico two thousapd dollars. No. 21 Improved farm 49 acres of splendid land in u German neighborhood, in a high state of cultivation, good dwelling house, smoke house and stab e.some fruit trees, Farm well watered. Within 1 i mile of Chain of ltocks and mllo to of Mou,h of Bl creek" I,rico ,500 do,, T ,l,ta nn,al.,Annjl . u , l....rl M H. VMUCtlVt B U U V 1U U U IUVII.S.'rl strangers especially, hire conveyances nnd 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 tell, and purchasers wishing to buy, each earnestly hunting for the other mil his own interest, securo tbo groatest posslblo tafoty and despatch on the ono hand, and tho least expense of time and tnoaoy for search on tho other, by placing In our Ageney tbo salo or purcha:o of any property. Wo rcejulro partloi desiring to soil property t sign a contract describing tho same, naming tb length of time the property is to remain for ,e frlco and- terms, and binding tbe owner to ptf eur commission If a sale is effected. lit t:ommlslotii. If the price does not exceed $800, our commission for sale will be$2 iieguiar commissions on all sales .ii per cent.