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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 September 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, 8EPT. 10, 1878. Tha ftarater'a rrlea. Double force feed drain Drill It head of II the greatest Improvement of the age. the air drill that can bn changed white eroding, without (akin; off cog wheel ; lg.ag or Ingle rank t can be changed to now from aa quantity to anotlter without stopping the team. Call and co them before pur. tailng. Krery drill warranted to give en tire grtisfactlou, or money refunded BoiSm J. 1. I.YHOTT, Agent lor Lincoln co. iTewt VhU. for a pleaaant drink of soda, go to the Kouutaln at thu corner store of U. V. Mohr. lie ha also Just received a lot of Udlc und Nl aos' atraw bat, wldi-li he will sell at low figure. (lent and boy' Ml hat nt from 75 to 9 1.00 , boot and line, cutlery, laney vroeerlc and provisions, Ac, all at low uh price. All thoo indebted to me mint como for ward an. I pay ( otherwise their ai count and note will bu put out Tor collection. U. W Moitn. 000,000 Ortge hedge plants, largo and fine for the Tall and sprlhg trade...

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. — 10 September 1873

There nerer wu Wllev wiffimit a faded flower. Tberencrtr was a beaten without tome little AIMllt The face of UMTM7Awk Kith tight many And Joy miy walk bid4wTliiwiilltf i ofonrwapr - i ' i i ii i i'i i Then never wu a sea-tbors jrueoot lu drlftlaf i I .wreck, v i, , . : There ntrtr wou,ooMi without lUnouuf IabS the golden beatas of kibrv, the summer sky Bhlne where dead atari an sleeping' In their si arc-mantled crare. l 1 1 i There never wu aitfetmlet, howtrer crystal i . dear. 1 Without n thaiibw resting In the ripple of IU k Rope's brltWtell'oM an btoMirtd whh the Andthe.lwMM-wui,l)MJgirt heryMhon The shadow of the mounUIn falls athwart the lowiy plain, And the shadow of the cloudlet hurt abore the rnotrntattt's Mnd- And the highest beasts and loweet wear the I And thii!5BK31mty. ttttted ere' the MgaiMied tear la shed?' Tor no ire hare ffae BMBTcr wMMUt a Weary , AaVthoM- UaAaaaot' he haman Webare ' nerer heaved a sigh-- i for without the drearr winter there hat Merer been a year,...

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. — 10 September 1873

tin. aaar.r s. MWoiwinvimn WJwrn m THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING. Tt law been found that ml cedar chips and cloven gprltiklctl on u shovelful ol Willi will clear u room of Mo. Swfttbrauh. Put Into the drlpphip pan u larjro plero of butter, let It get hot nuil thoroughly incited, then put In the fiwifthn-iuR ' Tnrn thrni Altai, artd allow them to i-ook tliiirouirlily ; when hrown sprinkle salt over them, remove uml pour it small quantity of water In tin pun ; I mil It with groins left In, uml pour over the dMi. To eure Itch, t1Uolve In half a pint ot water half an onnoo of mrlmnnto of pota :t. anil ruli the part atl'eeted : then ruti on a little ointment music of three rfoiir srraiiH or mrni' 'prenpinne nrum1 wiiu hiii I or sweet oil. Till l a harmle, and I xaid to I u certain. reim-try. and far more ajrreeahle than sulphur. It should lie. ktipt on hand and applied at once. lirolktl tomatot make a ili'lliliitw 1IM1 ; a't'Iect tho? that' are hot oer-rlpe. undent them hi halve ernsvle; dip ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 September 1873

SUMMIiMOBB, Whslssals Mitf RcWdssJsiv In CAS AND C6AL-OIL FIXTURES). riPE Ait p riTriiws AMI PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, GaaandSteamFifr ting in all their Brancnei. Estimates and Designs .tar nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixture! to light CMI1RCRKM. mmf MOTE an MTOME9 Gas KaohinN put up to light public buildings, ana warran- 7 . , 1.1 tea 10 give sausiacugu. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, ST. LOU'S, MO. nottv'ila St. L. K. C. A SHORT LINE, Ths Only Olrsot Lin t ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St. Joseph. Lexington. Macon, Qufncy. Hannibil, and all Points Voit, ISaatt and South. 04 miles Shorten Route to Kansas City 40 uilloi Shortest Itoute to St. Jof ph THE ONLY HOUTK KUNMINO Through Cars f e St. Louis. Pulraun'H Polnoe Curia On all Night Trains. OONNioflONS. At Helnsp with Ciilcago, Ho-k Msnd and l'aolnc Railroad (Southwestern Dlvl.lon) for Leavenworth anil Atchlaon ; at Moulto with Burlington and 8outbwtern Railroad; at Macon with llanuibat and St. Jntepb Kallroad for Uulncy. Cbllllcothe....

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. — 17 September 1873

THE TROY HERALD. VC )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1873. NO. 37. IF TROY HERALD, rcBMMiKM nv FISHER, & MUDD, AT tfM.fSO h Ycnr lu Advance. RATKt OF ADVIRTIIINO. t nuari' 1 limertlon fl M tUrh additional Imiertfon 75 dmlnlatratnr' Notices S 00 Wnal Settlement Notice 9 00 Hray Xotlce (lnjr stray) 3 00 t&tjBn additional atray In tame notice: . 1 00 liberal deduction! will be made to regular advertiser. Mo certificate of publication will lie made MU such publication ban been paid for. Hie non-obervance of thin rule fia been the oecatlon of much troubl and actual loi COURT D1RIOTOIIY. Otitcurr Couiit. First Monday after tbo Miith MnttftAv 111 Utiirnl. anil Mpntitmlier. Coi'NTY CotlliT. Second Monday iu Feb rury, Mar. August, and November. . 1'nonATK Couiit. Second Monday In January, April, duiy anuuetooer. LOCAL AND COUNTY NtWt. Fon Sai.k. A flnoside saddle, but little used. Will be sold at a bargain Call at this office. Dentisthy. Dr. J. C. Goodrich til Iia m I. to f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 September 1873

THE TROY HERALD. I turn, wore copied by tirutty, wl-fiitcil I lo!ui)liliii from the old Grepk ilniTillcttV. It will not bu atnuiira It' hi 1874 we awnlt FISHER KODi, PnbJUhiit. TllOY, 1CUBOUBL THE GOSPEL OF WOOD (JOW.NS. IIY UlTfSK CIIANM.KU MOULTOX. 1 The iniiciHllsciiswl (ln.. titti'atlon la o tiiuiivililivl that Jt. tutu. Hat vtt henn M Imitated, even by MUs Stuart ilnlp.-, jron- ue proiinotoaa 01 union gown aim mianou dew, though hr recent book ha been re ceived with much Interest. " It npiKurs t me tlint he Ims surveyed the ground very tlioroujrlilv ou otui side ; hut that ou Hiu other there arc ,tlll fVc-li fields and )ni tuivs now. There' an! eeruln treneral tucU that niut lie M ow wunlUvd, certain tow of health, iieutuva uiidniWpttttlou, that no WIIMlllo peraoil woiuiiiiureKuni( init t vent uru uiau to ninJntalu, that n woman may be t(i clothed tw to bu neither too warm nor ton eolil. o attired 'im coinnletelv to attain tin; end of eomtbrt nndof nnrtcc- tion, and yet ixj wry...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 September 1873

THE TROYHERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS i $1.60 IN ADVANCE. "items' Q ixtehet. Personal mill Literary. William Cullcii Bryant contemplates n voyage round th" world. lciFirnii Das has resigned the presi dency of the Carolina Life Insurance Com pany. John Owens U protiutiuecd by th Cincinnati t'vmmrrcial to bo the richest ac tor ill tbc country. Mrs Probabilities lias fallen heir to n fort line estimated at u million of dollar, so look out tor pleasant weather. George Francis Train lias an Income ot Sas.tXiU yearly from rent alone. Mot any body would like to lie Insane. A London manager lias offered Miss Lillian Kdgarton one thousand pounds and expenses lor titty lectures. Kx-Sccrctary Welles N In good jicnltli, mid bids fair to live -another halt' eentury. lie N now seventy-ono yearn of age. Ml. Braddun. alter laying waste tbe Held of cheap literature, will soon devas tate the well-grabbed lecture pature. Henrietta Hoblnon, the veiled mur deress, has lieeii removed from Sing Slug to th...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 September 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 17, 1873. JUS A. MUDD, J fho Mexico Leader alvcatm account of a $G3,000 lire thnt occurred at that place on tho ?th Inst. Twelve houses in tho heart of tho city Were burned. Tho now California legislature btandi Republican 44, Independent SO", and Democrats 40, which will probably sccttro a Republican senator from that state Patrick Cain a young bar-keeper of Montgomery City, was brutally mur dered in thnt city on tho 1st Inst. l'lvo hundred dollars reward is of fered for tho murdorcr. Dr. Jas. Jordan, who poisoned Mr. Kirtlv of Sncuccrsburir some mouths since, and then ran off with his vic tim's wife, died in the Pike county ,'mll ou the 6th Inst., of conjestion of the bowels, so wo aro Informed by tho Post. m t Wo ventured on a littio Jaunt into Iowa on tho 3d Inst, aud returned to our labors on tho 12th. Tho country ou our route- presented thoappearanco of having suffered as much from the drontrlit as this county, and in Iowa only about a half crop o...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 September 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1873. I am now selling best Wright City Hour at !?4; other brnntU best nuallty, $l..Yi. 1 would Inform Hium; Indebted to me that I am new placlug accounts In the hands of nn offlcor for collection. 'I'liu money t must lut, W. 8. COOPER. The t'lirmcr'n Friend. Double force feed (J rain Drill Ik i head of till the greatest Improvement of the age, the nnlydrlll that can ho changed while seeding, without taking oir cog wheels; zigzag or single rank ; can lie changed to sow from one iiuantlty to another without stopping the teum. Cull and .ee them before pur ojjislng. Kvvry drill warranted to give en tire srtlsfactloii, or money refunded no2sui .1. 1'. I.YNOTT, Audit for l.lneoln co. Head vuiu, Yor a pleasant drink of soda, fro to the Fountain at the earner store of (1. W. Mohr. He ha also Just roeelvcdn lot of Ladle and Ml.ses" straw hats, which he will sell at low flgure. (lent and boys' felt bats at from 75 to $4.00 , boot and shoe.", cutlery, fancy g...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 September 1873

MISCELLANY. POPPING CORN. Don't talk, to me of bait and routi, And men like giddy whlrlsi , They don't compare with old-time sport, We had when we Were glrli, At npiili-lii'is, nnd candy-pulls, And lmklng-iartl guy I The yomu rnlus woulil uffirt to ieorn Much small affairs to-day. One night t'rn not forgot It yet, Though yearn hare pussed since then The young folki met at folly Good's, In mimtirr t ight or ten Ami 1'ittr Itlank, he, too, waa there, OI that you may tin certain . (The young folks all aroi'nd there said That I'lte and I were courting) . They then roKed that Pete and I Should pop some corn together, While liny should play a lorle It game railed "Oild, st.irmy weather." , Writ, yes the plan whs pleasing, quite, Though one or their Inventions lint In the enil It lulled to meet Their laudable Intentions. For while wc popiied the corn 10 nice, 1'etcr, he popiied (Ac qtitition. I will confess, 1 leltas beat . As them that's whlpiied at 'lection. 1 never thought aliont me cor...

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 September 1873

THINGS WORTH ItEMEXIIEMNG. A convoiuli'iit tab's jrroiiiiiliifrultist high nmiiirorw Kir liorM-, for tin iviikiii.iw lie sitys that they Irritate tliu tlmnix and uIikI-)Ik', and ticatiMitciHtciicy tolienveH. ills linictlci! l.s to l'ccil trnlii it limiltT oil u level with the. I'ect, ittitl not over twenty lllelie hi Ihint of theltl, Till eimlilex the lior.etoeut iuverilliifr to nature, anil not alter the manner of the jdrulU1. Stove liMer, when mixed wltliturn-n-. tine ami applied In the iiiml manner. I lilaeki'r. inoiv flosv. and more ilutuble than when mixed with any other lliilil. The tiii'ieiitine ireveiit rut. and when lint on an old riiMy Move, will make it look as well as new. Cure for Founder. A mini a the how l found to lie Htlt! nwah tlie ler-and feet with hot water hi that the hand can not bear, to toticlt'lt. lint It mil't not he mi liot in to xeald. Alter ik short time the vK -hnuld Ihi rtihlicd dry mid tho Ihum gently eXereUed. Franklin Hooker, ol t.'oniwall. VI,. who...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 September 1873

SXfSGUSXi A BOBB, Wholesale ana Rstall Dealers In GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES PIPE AND FITl'INGS AND PLUMBERS' MATERIALS Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fit ting in all their Branches. Estimates and Designs fur nished for Gas and Ooal-oi Fixtures to light CDt'KCHEM, DWELLING, MOTELS find STORES Gas Machines put up to ligh public buildings, and warran ted to give satisfaction. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. noljvTylp St. K. C. V .V. SHORT L.IIVE, The Only Direct Line to ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St. Joseph. Lexington. Macon, Ouincy Hannibal, and all Points West, Xtatst and South. 04 miles Shortest Itouto to Kansas City 10 miles Shortest ltoute to St. Jo sepli TUB OXLY ROUTE RUNNING Through Cars to St. Louis Pulmnn'M Pnlnoo Cnm On all Night Trains. CONNECTIONS. At Hainan with Chicago, Itock Island and l'uolflc Railroad (Southwestern Division) fur Leavenworth and Atchlxon; at Moulton with Burlington and Southwestern Railroad; w .HAL-OX wiiii iiianniDai ami i. JOcpn JUIIroud for ulncy. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 September 1873

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1873. SO. 38. 1 ItU I tlXU LILLilJ, PUBI.ISMKIt BY AT 91.fl(0 n Voar In Advance. AT KB OF AD YKBTIKINQ. annum 1 inMltlon Ml N tinrli Additional Innertloa 7ft ft ,im HlaltalAM' KM.... X IB, AMWIHIN'.WIB tlUllHBltMlllllIMM W Vlii.il rifttlMaant Notice 8 00 r Notice ("taxie stray i a oo Kiu!ii additional Mi-ay in lamo notice. . l uu Mberai ncaucuons win Da in sue to reeuiar Mvurtiner. .... No certlncate or publication will ne roaao .ti..h MiiKIIMatltin tmm Iimh Mlrl fAI 1 1 u i nil. ii u u u I liuii mrnmm usbib imu .v.. The iimi-ouaervence of thU rule nas been tlio occasion of muck troubl and actual Ion. qoubt Dm KOTO BY. CincviT Court. Kirtt Monday after the Skiirtli Mnnilav In Man-h and Rantemhor. Col'xtv Coumt. Second Monday In Feb Man Mrtv. Allirtlat. and Navnmltar. I'iioiiatk Court. Second Mouday In January. April, July and October. LOCAL AND OOUNTY NIWS. The Lincoln county Medical Assocl- niton win meet iu regular lemon noxi Sat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 September 1873

THE TROYHBRALD. FISHES MPDD, Fttbllthw;. TttOY, - - MISSOURI. THE NATIONAL OBSEltVATOltY. fMnnrtnrd Time nml How It tsi Tnin nltled--. in Ion or Ihe Hint or 'lMkn with ht Mwn nnfl Triumph How f hp Wimt or Merhntllvili Accu racy Hum Hern OtercoineA Tele Itrnphlr Wonder I'lnnti lor the Fu lure. tCorresnomtcncc of the Chicago Intcr-Oceun, W.tsltiMimx, All.'. "J", 187II. The cs tahlMitnciit ol'ii "standard of time" all ovi r the Union Unit I, tlx: question of time u determined by the observation at tin' National Observatory In Wellington nml regulated lv Hie longitude at a given plait- I rapldlv In-coming a fixed fact; Anil there art', indeed, lew matter In which the general imhlle aiv. or ought to he. moiv Interested. "Correct time' I a desideratum which ha hitherto lieen well-nigh unattainable, for what one considered eorreet was by another coii-ld-ereil tin- reverse. Watches anil clock well regulated (hi the opinion of their owner.) were the only thing to go by ; anil accu rate :u a ...

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 September 1873

THE TROYHERALD. TIIOY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.60 IN ADVANCE. ITEM OF INTEREST Personal ninl Literary. Young .! Grunt will go to Cornell University. .lames I'iirton cotitoiiiplittltij; ti life of Dickens, "Aftermath" low clio-en ' Is tlic title Mr. I.ongfcl for Ills now volmiu! tit' pUClllS, A Min mid daughter nt the famous Dave Crockett ure living near Acton, Hood county, Texas. Olive Logan doesn't Mleve that one married couple out of twenty have any love for each other. 'Tin! Fair (tod: or. The Lust of the 'S.lns," N the title of Ceil. Lew Wallace's blood-curdling Atee romaiiee. The greatest dignity ever heaped uiion ii lone lorn woman is that of thu lietroit Fi e Pit id calling Susan Miss Single lletl Anthony. Preston Powers, son of 1 1 Irani Pow er.'. U making some busts at Rotnn, with u sjicccss that indicates that lie Inherits his father's genius. Mr. Walt. Whitman Is recovering from his attack of paralysis, and l seen quite often in the streets of Philadelphia, al though ho walks...

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 September 1873

13 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1878. THEOi D. riAHCR, JOR. At ffltJBB, E4Utora. St. Louis hoi been "grubbing the Texas editors, who "cxcurtctl" there lust woek. Tho Fulton Press, John G.Provlnos )iibllshci', has suspended publication, mid he offers his material and niachln ory for solo. Tho Democrats of Mississippi have i.'oncludcil to tnako no nominations for state officers, bui will probably unite upon Gov. Alcorn in order to defeat Ames. Miss Sarah Crank of Carrolton, Mo., was killed on tho 10th Inst., by buggy in which she and two others wcro riding, being urcciptatcd over an embankment ilftcen feet high. Tho fmllyVm!lJrouch of Wll llntnstown, K, consisting of wife two children and an orphan boy, per, ished in tho flames of his burning house on the 16th Inst. Chicago has had another fire. It occurred on tho 18th iust., and about sixty or moro houses, mostly wooden structures, woro consumed, and many families rendered homeless. The loss Is estimated at about $300,000. Tho R...

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. — 24 September 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, 8K1T. 24, 1878. I am now felling best Writ ht City flour at 4; other brand best quality, 13.50. I would Inform thou Indebted to me that I am now placing account In the hand of an officer for collection. Hie money I mut kivc. W. 8. COOPElt. east Tkle. Kor a pleasant drink of oila, go to the Fountain at the vomer store of a. W. Mohr. He hax nlsojuit received a lot of Ladle. and Ml es' Ktruw hat, which lie will ell at low Uguro. (lent and hoy' felt; hat at from 75 to 4 XI , boot and shoe, cutlery, fancy groccrle and provision, Ac, all at low cash price. All those Indebted to me mint come for ward anil pay ; otherwise their ai count and note will be nut out for collection. nlv8 (LWMottK. The l'ermer'a t'rlead. Double force feed drain Drill I i head of all the greatest Improvement of the age, the utily drill that cm be changed white needing, without taking on cojr wheel; ilging or single rank ; cau be changed to now from cue quantity to another without (topping th...

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. — 24 September 1873

Ll MISCELLANY. HARVEST. HY MAKOAMT B. lAKriMS. hath thn moraine sdadncsa. The nnnnnl' limMins Tpavpiil Ami Summer in her queenly up The wealth of noon rceelvcii But Autumn hath the twllljtlit'a crown, The Joy of garnered aheavca. Where late In stately phalanx Tti ribboned corn wa teem, Where the golden wheat waa waving, And the uau In silver sheen, And where the buckwheat snow tvu white, Hath the reaper's sickle been. In cloud the purple aster Inlolda the hlll-aidea bare) The sumach lifts Its vivid plumes Like Unmet tin tnlaly air If nth hint of rainbow splendors Kf tray and, captive there. The hidden seed that slumbered, So oale beneath tha snow, w lien the bridegroom ami with klsics Made earth' wan chok to glow, Ith thrill of tire waa quickened, And could not help but grow. lly softest lore-CMvaalng, lly sweetest droH or dew, Olid midden storms or paaaion Ami beau or wroth it itrew, Till the ilvtda were ripe to harveat, Ami the year's long work wo through. The motlirr-c.irth Is ti...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 September 1873

ST. LOUIS DKY WOODS TltAVE. The constant expansion ol Uie demand for goods of all classes, from every section of tbo country, bus worked a revolution In the dry goods trade, both as regards tho articles handled, and the facilities for the local and outsldo demand Imperatively required, and to a large degree, now being provided. Tims, lit place of a few staple articles com prlMng tho great bulk of s wholesale dealer, the model establishment now carries in ad dition to Immense stocks of these, full tines of an Inltnlti! variety or specialties, drawn from the Kmlcrn manufactories, ami largely from the foreign factories direct. Thu Im portuncc of this Item has been dwelt upon at length. In lormur article.", ami the value to dealer nnd purchnscr Is too apparent to need lurthcr comment. Amongst the advantages inuring to tho trade and resultant from its steady growth; has followed the necessity for larger and more suitable buildings In which to store and exhibit the goods. 'Amongst the mos...

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. — 24 September 1873

SIEOEXiABOBB, Wholaeula ansl Retail Dewier In GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES) PIPE AND FITTINGS PLUMBER8,ANMATERIAL8. Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fit- tin in all their Branches. Estimates and Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixtures to light CI1IRCHEM, DWELLING, HOTELS and STORES. Gas Machines put np to light public buildings, ana warran ted to give satisfaction. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, no4Sv ST. LOUIS, MO. SvTylp Si. rM k. c. sr jr. SHORT LINE, Th Only Dlraot Lin to ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St. Joseph, Lexington. Macon, Qulncy, Hannibal, and all Points ' Wont, X2nt imd South. 04 miles Shortest Route to Kansas City 40 inilos Shortest Itouto to St. Joseph TIIK ONLY ItOUTK KUNNINO Through Cars to St. Louis. Fulmun'si Pnlnoo Cam On ill Might Trains. CONNlcflONS. At llclnnnwlth Chicago, Hook Inland and l'aclllv Railroad (Southwestern Division) for Leavenworth and Atchison; at Moulton with Hurlinlon and Southwestern Hallroad; at Macon with Hanuibal and St. Joseph Railroad tor fulncy. C...

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