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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 November 1875

THE TROY HEBALD WEDNESDAy, NOVEMBER 17, 1875. 1171 t Um Fiiy Paper 115 T"ffiE2 inn unit r mwiuj paper at nmvjiam, ins only paper exposing ivry windier, auaek and humbug, nil aavlnc afiLMOHa U tU If HU nan ready for the Oentaaalal earn palgn, and 100,0(10 more delighted .utweriber ffcttn ahttilil Imor 65?? r , t- - t , w j can containing w. Ser.Xcdier ;Uo. overtowlaif with ejurnjmr lot 83 oraa.e traetjn Mine aurvey torlw, Tale, 8ketcbci, Poetry, Wit, Hu- Lhlo audranffe. Mftnlnlnir S8.M a giur nu run. 11 aim mi new . jccif, i purl or 101 87 Of UM tract, in name aurvoy Bight, Seewti, Arw, c.t hie a C'hlldri'n'a hind town.htp, containing 82.54 acre, the vepanmem, i ujs- woolo toretber belua tut farm Plato or a u 8 ALE. WlIKRBAB Kleke by hit certain deed of truit dated October the 8th, 187n, and re routed In book No. 3 for recording trurt deed! at page No. 475, In the Recorder of lee of Lincoln county, Mlmourl, conveyed tdDledrlch Wchde ai trutce the following deteribed nrniiertv. real a...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 November 1875

TROYHEBALD, WEmttl2Y, NOVEMBER 17, ifc?6. ICH5l$,tHEPAM A GO'S aa.a . aa a MiMM7forr ..Uhratnr" hroohor Maaylava IIUIUIUI IIIIUOIIUII 4$ Mr The BR1M.I ANT ITJCCKM el ahtaemMi atvtanr. TliawrfNiVtaif THKaWMttai, I UDprenatientcu in uiu annai oi ran aiaeni aery. la a brief period It ha become li ly kaiawai and rviXY KaTABUan a the Mllli VkMaklavi BsawklM." JWULE UMSM IS CHEAP JftiWMtln tmtat OVIttwIutttfcaU batata' fMrltopt, that grim, fcftf It tweet (Md Teetif er tVUtvumur of Um etove, TtlmtkttbtMMriN flutcllBgofaer Befx.fcrave and alreag Mtf o, ewoeter la mi a aoaff , Wnat toag 11 tweet eaoega To nag or 1 Uow weary arefce wan Unto our foot I O, UggiBg leaf mt tleyt That once were feet O, barren of aH graaa, Life that aba taaaJe eetwtet! Ridden from BMM aid atar, Sha that wai Aurar far To look uaoal Not where the raaaa arc, Hut where alow w atari awep To the great deep, "Whoio only ebadow wan. And ram say Ml thereon, Out navar aba warm ran. Haw ta tveael a calf. (From tba Kattoa (Ind...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 November 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER 17, 1875. A TBIBCTK. (The following beautlfal tribute to Newton . Orlmwood, who accompanied l'rof. Don aldson on bio perilous aid fatal ferial voyage, It Itomjhe pen or Geo. W. Vtm, dry til tot of tie ScJalla Democrat i I bring a hamble girt of song A wreath of rhyme a bloom of verse, Wrought In ttie ubadow eait behind The sable plumed hearse. What other tribute ihould there be Prom brother unto brother given What wealth beyond the poet'a art At handed down from heaven? , 1 knew htm uot of whom 1 f peak, And yet I knew him well, Indeed, For be wan after that which cling The etowst to my creed. Ahl true of heart I bear them say lie wm aa any In the land. And hence thu little wreath of rhyme As rounded by tuy hand. I call him brother, too, became He wrought ua 1 faavo wrought, for men He knew the labor that linpirt Full glory to tho pen. And down the futuro by the way He Haw tbc bloom of laurel Inuf, Hut not the reaper In the Held, Nor froit upon t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 November 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1876. . , ' - 1 TROT HERALD rjBLUHID BY FISHER Sc. MLTjr&9 AT 1.00 m, Year la ATaon atm ab advchtiiinOi l uuirt 1 insertion WM Each additional Insertlen 75 Administrator' Notice 88 MnalSetUement Notice 8 00 VaVaUdlUoMl stray In mm awttcV. V, 100 p UMfal dsdutUoni will be made to mrukr idvertlter. . , , AHtortiMMinta will take the retutar run of the paper. Extra charge made for pre lerred place. L . . . Mo certificate of pnbMnatlon wtll be mad .intll uch publication hai been paid for. J be non-observance of thl rule ha been tho occasion of much trouble and actual los. Our term are : Cash In advance, on sub rctptlouaj cash on delivery, for Job vfbrk M eaw on acaana,Tor aaveriistmont. CHURCH DIRIICORY. Baptist. Kev. Mr. Uurnham, pastor; service on seconaand tnirusunuays, morn' lag and evening. Ciikistian. Eld. Wm. Mcloan, pastor; tervice first and tliln 8und.i)s In each month, morning and evening; prayer meet inc. Wednesday evening. i Jtrrno...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 November 1875

;ti;-i a iIOi'i 111 oil (OYl-M i , icll.i ' t.i tJilM I f.ii ' i tii 1,1. ffffl i(Tn w bbbb ('! l! 'ill !'ll J.V..M t, I X I'll ll' (111 I ') ' i! i 1 1 , '! j l ill ! ii i) n 'i ,oiii in." i 1 ; i ii ii i 1 rrnr 1 1 jl' 'JIii i.'! if 'Mill i i' I ,i ii I !i ' , . ni ii I ill ' ' ' ll'i . iiv r.r NO. 47 - ' ' ' ' ' Wf M TT1TI IJ kfc' 1 1 1 A 1 1 l i 1, J 1 J iBBBBal - BBf U ? 1 t, ' ' 1 I ' , 71 I 111. . I i I! 1 i i i'i; ,i WEDNESDAY, NOV'lt. 14, 187-' a hi'.; 4- 'I V - I lt'1'1 , . ' . I local an. County niwi. Flour for Ml. . - ' .y.W.oolfolk Gordon. ,lo. .WllkiTprdttohid last Sat jfdey ntMt.Zlon church, user Au burn.' -i 1 !J iimih HI i . . Waollelk A; Gordon are receiving new. sjvodeoveryiweek. vi -4 n " Tbelsaetrpoeket book that w ad vef Used 'Wat' week' bar bsea found Advarffsfo'g.dld It, ; , Do ioi) .want 'to aave. wood and workthli Winter? Then buy a beat IMX toVe ot 'B.;g. Crews, lie Is ell mgpejo iow aow". ' There Will be tbanksirlving eervl ceaiatthe Methodist qhnrch,at t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 November 1875

THE TBOY HERAXD, WEDNESDAY NOyEMBfifl 24, 1878. WEDNESDAY, KOV'H 94, 1874. rave). . vimkb. i JM. A. SMMan. The penitentiary, of Ihla, tate con tains ),270 convicts, and there are not cell enough to, sleep ,thm. com fortably. We suppose Joyce takes' pot-luck with the 'balance, and Me Donald and McKee wilt' doubtless eoon Joiue lilm. v ..... m ma It li now reported that a distillery la lo be ilarted in the penitentiary. We thought Joyce would conto'ml iiate that Institution as, soon as 'he got, In, When McDouajjl and Mipeo join him, the projeot will be necessary tit give them; dti, bccnpatlph jrlth whloh. they are fa'mllilar. -i . , I -. . , ill ,1 . Tblrtyoue Indicted distillers have pleaded guilty of lllelt dietUilngi and they are going for their allies Mo Donald. MclCoe. .proprietor of the leading Radical 'paper of ihe state, llabcock, and .other Radical '.officials of minor lrapprtfct.ee, esy bt will, or certainly- ought to. aend them to the penitentiary for"' term. Tbo con tested...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 November 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY yOVEHE241B7&, meat eleetleae wli asaaaneed, otr tela weak-katec adnluhtratlon or. ffM leak tl PM ,tk4HIHlT4 clere wttk ! sir of fmi ;i!fflt' thattbe third ter buitdsfMaad ml burled, beyond eJ I hr 'oroiH blllty of resurrection. We ventured to sanest that It wM rether too ebon for nek a" decUlve oju6ils. ' end ihitjMtMdof bln utUrrydmt)! lilied and destroyed by the RepuJbll can victorias, the third term propesl tlon bed been materially tretig thmed. Our view of the itibjeethae already beeu,0'clently oonflrmed,'ai)d,lbre are abuudent reasons jor, believing that the confirmation will be eoarid erable reinforced hereafter.' That the Individual most' Interested 1(1 the matter fayon the movement,, and "le qulstlr.gmng it all necessary aid and cortiort, plainly appear from tliet, terannea of hla pedal journsllttlo Mouthpiece, the Washington CAf'eit icte. 'That paper a few dave slace eoiitatned a ,teadlug editorial from' which wo take a ilirnlflcabt extract. A...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 November 1875

We larthtm ielcp WlMttteyUff ImVn And tke wild wlaos uk mutleamoajrtke . We ley them to reet tlU ilia Matter ehall . call. And UU ebmtagwlagedlureldeekallcome Willi tha nam Whtoh'aoae May refute. i.weaewe f Tkey were young tlity hare drooped la tho mora or their day, Tkelr tun ku gone down la tat too early eights But wa weep aot; the Matter ku called ilium awav From the toll or the noonnlay, tho thick of thought, J To tbeClty ef Light. We akatt meat them again when the wlatar It put, And tha new tumour aua Ughta tha way to that land: We akall lad tkat tha parting klaa wu aot tho hut; .With a look full of waloonie our loved oaet win nana On the far shining ttraad. Why mourn war Oh I we would have kept . Men. we aay( From the eokl of tha wlatar. the wind and tha ralal To have .looked la tkelr facet each deaotata day Would have brought batk the tanlaltt mining again Aad ohaeeuawey pain. But the Father knew beit. And ilnoe some matt be tint la that Under home ahelter beyond the blue kil...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 November 1875

i THE TUOY HER ALth WEDNESDAY, NOVBVfBfeR' 24,1 18751 mm it IS; KHIIllQMt Agala the ittUMtMV-iifttaM, AfltbvU In Atlackatnt, Trail XKSSBS!&Vi Kecogajzaoce for heretofore, H romlse it falUiniUnd thsi wk jfMraMlon of the. wwt, local, jte metliW tferelgn, no that east edition hill Uil6ta eilUwVl&(M' OouwBtfperftct jf'" fllrmi eSt ft.Ta.ate. Unmeant promises and Idle boasts of fu tare excellence are no put of IU Mock in trade, tmi-for. asawraaees-eftlie future it point to the record of tnawast, eqMdent that no letter guaranty aaVba oiMMthau tUerepuStlon which .Tha iUlnTrtedaan reliable purveyor of intelligence. Such as It haa bMM It will be. and Ik Ala rank wkleh it kaa ataTaye held lntbe joirBalltiIoiald will im Maintained. , iVjtf ' lUMMf. ' Hi la tie polltiealeonduet tboKepuhllcan will cMMHue to hold 'an Independent coursol lUsognlaltg the wide dlflarcM betweaa ftafartovertv and faaltT tonartvniinetolel tt unhesitatingly renew Ite allegiance to the great underlying truth of D...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 November 1875

1 u-faatt't Miilfa.vmj-Biiwir-iwwrm,-.w)TMtfi;i. irr.r--, f nr. mdh MAaiKanr. ABBOTS WANTED HEAC)S OF P : l. ii. Mf i v 1 1 1 1! y.i evmoA. Addlti Am, iMfilM.v . Mm, x'B l -'a .l.fltrat arfmtr tn iiiiA iaUm . 1 flat v ... 'TKmsaUwltftaxe the lamkmr ma clthopner. ,lfcafacRitfeeiade for Brer "'JrUl'teof monastic Will be mad tlUI IUVU yilDUWUBB JUM Unit Dill IDTl I lm MntkntiKirvuKra of tlila tula bju beaa aim occasion or mUch trouble aid actual lew. Our tcTRu arat , Cash tn, advanot, on nob tfluuoiu; cask1 cfc 4elliry, for. job work nu cam on aoawnu, vefttwrnanu-, ottattttt vmuoonY. nniiit-ivi nr. ..wiuii.wi ivi , services tKftad aad 4Mrd Sunday, mora I .a M U. . 1. . a ine anu cvmhw.., i. CttRtsmio-Ehl.iWm.MeUen, paster: Mrvlecn. Srat 4MMt Uilru 8aads c montii, moral; and evening j prayer meat- luff neaneaxiay erewnav Nctiiodist B. 8otntii Rat. W. J. -Cootie, pantot t Services f rat. fbmdsy , morn ing and evening , third Sunday, evening : praje r-iacetlng Thursday ejnr. llwI PitRsnYT...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD. I ! ! . ' ! i ' ; : 1 , , .1 . , . , . 1 , . . i . 1 1 , . 11 VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 1,1875; NO. 48 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DECK. 1, 1871 LOCAL AND COUNTY Wi. chapter ; watohrog with fidelity and charge or Its duties, which are those diligence tha conduct of the eubordl- of a marshal, or master of ceremonies. uate ooatea witnin your navlne? nunetual atten constitution tof oar order. qolilnga daa obedience to U froaa every memoer; ana, in an lomgi, making the glory or the Grand High Prlait of tha Universe, and the good of the craft, the chief objeota of x no ancient lanamarxsoi too or- THE unami MManrv. the subordl- of a marshal, or master of ceremonies. ,The Literary Association mat la tenr Drania'tlo club net at the court der, and re aa a dlstlnot.body; either In publlo or the vice president In tha chair. The committed oh constitution and by- . Titi DraWatic Ct.Oi.-the Ama- private: ana, aa tne worm can oniy woniirr sting bosom, , u. aisneriia...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 December 1875

TROY JKAL& WEDNESDAY, DEC'Jl. 1, 187ft A Battle of Gianti. It wasabattle.ofglanta! lieltka a or ft never beroro u men icen within the limit! of civilization iiiatcbleaalh sinew, muacle and force and the wliaeat.iurauii ot nerce pat kioill. Two rival concern! had for lome time floated their sandy paper be lore the public, and from the moat lagged gatnln to the beat drcased cit izen on the liland' town, all were upon the qui vlve to aee the reality .of the ihadowa dcp'icfcd by the cun ning hand of the engraver and the moit uriiuant coiora or ine primer. Little elie had been talked of for days, and when the companlea march od into town, with a flouriih of trumpet! and banners, the enthusi asm roia to a furor, and the deilra to aee both, threatened' the beggary of many a pursel Bv eome strange fatality, or it uilght have beeu from premeditated rivalry, the ring! wars rorineu or canvas, atretcbod aide by aide al moat tovebiBg each other, though mnple apace for one hundred could have ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 December 1875

i , s)eeMB mt Uu Uavatla of site neat. Cormpoadsncs St, Louis Republican. Baltikorb, Nor. 17. The large tudy hall ol the Western Female Ministry was filled to overflowing before the "town dock," from Ita old tower la the once favored part of the oltj, struck two. The many who had rather stand, than not be present oh toll Interesting occasion, gated longingly upon the twonty or more arm ehalra on the platform aoon to ba filled by the gueata of the commit tea aad thoae who were to contribute to the entortalnment. The Invited gueata, about two hundred lu num ber, were placed In elrclea of ehalra upon and around the platform, and It wai obaerved how they did not loso eight of the door-keepor while he glanced atthe note-of Invitation tin til It waa returned to be treaaured an a souveulr. The audience waa auch as an event of thla nature would assuredly bring together unmls takably bearing the imprcaa of Cul ture rather than wealth or faahlon. Many tnon of lettera were there, but chief and...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 December 1875

!m$ TBQY H35B AJJ), WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1875, WEDNESDAY. DEO'R t, 187.' THE. JOB. A. B. rtSHBB, mis. Mill PI. at.dt. TT..U-J 1 ho standing army of th. United bIab Haw etllft.hlB IMAiutlNa a gates p. ...uaimcu, (ion. nuu a.t.vn nicut I W. 0. Avery's cue lu tho wUIiky frauds ti now In court. Mr. Avar was culer olerk of the Internal rove iiuc bureau at Washington. Tho lessees of the penitentiary eur tendered their ieaie of tint lutiltu ilon recontly,aiiditienow conducted 3 xuuuiipecior nasuxcu the 5th of next January for receiving 1.1,1a mm - a ..a. a I.... . new ,os,e. Senator Ferry of Connecticut died mi the 21st ult. TUe term to which howas clostcd expires In1 1870. As ' . . iuu proioiit legislature or uonnecu! rut is Democratic, and hi. 1 ,ou. r.rerrywasaKepunucan. Joe Fore, the fellow .who murdered his brother-in-law in St. Louis sov.!de,er,PlIou wf tne futr the road, oral years since, and by some meaus ltl connections and the large scope of was cleared, and who afterwards at. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 December 1875

I Bill T it Atom 4 Mtni t ock af.iilhU weusa tla the belba WM dlssrtttsed with eicflsslve nun nlnf , and that the passion fur mut ing money out of the publlo bounty to 'tfcat Immanis corporation ibj-e-lId fttMly at the time, end salted and.roarrled away other ralnda ot keener latelllcenco and sterner con olence than Wilson's. Finally, we part from him ae from a human; well-meaning, patriotic loan, who from the lowest and most unfavorable level In life, rote toono of the greatest positions, and who, having filled a large placo ln public affair, diet without an enemy, and u regretted1' by every genoroue aud kindly heart. Col, Joyce U writing a book a b. ojfraphlcal'sketch of hli personal ex perlence during the war, and 'hla i ik) re lucrative aervlce ae a revenue officer and what he knows about the - wblikV,rtag The Kansas City Timet, ' which entortalns no doubt about the Colonel's pafatlm, bul doubts his personal lategjrlly, revives the fol lowing MraUsyoos : ; A "A moaabsrbf 'lire A...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 December 1875

I f Ultflt All FMlllflt w M nnmnisiw srrwiBw, wrvenrvs w w SAVIHOS BA2tfK j id' TROY, MO. I nu IKOTBi; ABdnasarewdtatlsl street hrck up ( Aad sod and asau thty pass,, Jutt henfa ay cottage window,. Catching tha lies IB the sub, With pitched ud Med aproa, ' Stand my own little one. Uu (ace I a( pin aid haadsosae, A the baby'a orer the way. And be keeps nay heart from breaking At my tolling every day. Sometime when tlie day ii ended, And 1 lit In the duk to rest, With the face of cay tleeplag darling Hugged to my lonely breast, I pray that my neighbor's baby If ay not catch Heaven's rose all. But that to sat may crows the forehead, Of any loved one, as they fa& And when I draw the stockings From bis weary little feet, And kiss the rosy dimples In bis limbs so round and sweet, I think of the dainty garments Some little children wear. And that my Uod withhold them From mine so pure and fair. May God forgive my envy, I knew not what 1 said, My heart Is crushed and troubled My neighbo...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 December 1875

THE TROY HMiALD, WEDNESDAY, MGEMBElt l 1875. Agslnthe RUUBLI041S iavHss Uit pa. tronage tad mufUkm&rhutam apon It for more than half a century. Mow, a Heretofore, n proinlie a falthniland tbqr ktighmmktUin of Us. new , lewd,- ifo. niosiio.BM foreign, stnai iwtunin SUB1I OB.SJ HH doings Bail ape ball be J ecMnkto evltsas oTUbv world's periect J ( fltrmr at t:reats Unmeant promises and Idle UoaiU of fu ture excellence are no part of It stock in trade, butor Muraaoe. of tbo future It point tftierecord oflthe put, .acsMldent that bq Better guaranty en be asked t ban tbe reinitifflon which' It has established aa a reliable purveyor of intelligence. Such a It hMliaaiiit will be, and-tke iitgk rank.whloh it,lMkttwkri held taltae JoUMlhlloaeM Will tie maintained. 0 Y' ittiier ' i In Iti political conduct thsBepubltcsa will rMllniie to bold an Independent counte. Heiwrnlstag the wide dlfforeat between fealty to party and fealty to party principle It unhesitatingly reaewalteallegisncu to ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 December 1875

THE TROY; HERALD., , WEDNESDAY .DECEMBER 1 1B7G. TBjOXBAfcp FI8HBB ftXUTC), m.BO rVr lit Adrstmoe. ftaVTM a ABVMTIMHO. I sqttanl 1 taSrtlSi, . W W B-.A, HMA,m lauMM 75 Administrators' Notices'. .... . f M final Settlement Notice... J 00 Mray Nodes (slaji stray)... badfi additional stray 1 MB ,w Ubml deductions will be audi to ruraUt AwrtiumMiU wlH taks Uis rtrular nui cf the piper. .Extra etargw mads for, pre lerred place. . .. . , . . No csrtllcaM or pcblieetlon will bo mad til nirh nuhlleakioB liaa been oald for. The non-bbscrvance of this rule mm. been tho occasion of much trouble aad actual Iom. Our term are i Cash In advance, on tab stsLptlons; ctik' on delivery, for job work na easn on aemana, roraavorusement. OMUROH milOORY. UtTiftT.Kav. Mr. Rurnhira. castor ! service on second and third Sundays, morn hig and evening. CnnisTUN. Eld. Wm.UeloM, AMtor t ecrvtcea first and tfcu-u Sand) In each month, morning and vealug.; prayer meet ing Wednesday evening. . stKTiioDiaT kV South. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 December 1875

HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MOM DECEMBER 8,1875.. NO. 40 VOL. 10. THE TROY LOCAL AND COUNTY MlWt. NMR'li T0 HVBaCBIBERI. We bare added, at considerable ex pente, a mailing macbluo to our of fice material. Thlt it for tbe conve nience of subscribers. This week and hereafter the name of each sub scriber will be printed on tbe margin of hie paper, and immediately after it the date to which ho hat paid. If the date tbut marked t't anterior to the pretext time, tbe tubeerlbor will know that he is indebted for tho cur rent year, and It It expected ihat hp will remit without further notice. The amount It a tmall one, but when multiplied by tho number of our subscriber!, it bocoinet an Important Hem to ut. Our friends will pleaso nttend to tbe matter. Kvery tub. tcrlber vill know by the date oppo site hit name wheu hit tubscrlptloii oxpiret. The warm wet weather we aronow having it very beneficial to the wboat. You had better pay your laxot this mouth. Sco the collector's uotice elsewhere...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1875. TROY JHERAtP. WEDNESDAY, DEG'R. 8, 1871 Beauty and tht Beast, I da ties to whieh he hod beett appointed. Minnie, en helreeaaad a belle, beau- llful beyond even tht promise of her childhood, wee moat iUui to hear the first effort;ot herold frlMd. Years ofetudyaud humble Booking for the "Beauty and the Beast! Minnie w" or master enoeen, had Hlokca for Beauty-who'll bo the uo,r Ml UPB " P", spiritual Beast?" and Mrs. Lovejoy looked at I"0' the young olergyiaaa; aud, as the group of eager children before P hor for an answer." I,fe th.6r.e WV a. htt,,.d tw" T,nt Minnie bed already atepped from M0UMa ",0 cnurcn ru (herauks; and uow there iprangto ro"M nooa conoeaiea the nu her itde a bov. tomo thraa veara her bapen flgure, and only .the talr face oulor, who uld, "I will, Mra. Love- Poka 10 lhora of th ho hd joy wateneu grow from childhood to "You'll do," waatho laughing re- youinfiu mannooa. spouse. "Stand over there, both of I """"J usui you;...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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