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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 December 1875

THE TROY HERAIA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1875. BtAmvmncu. Taa Independent aaye j In tho au Uran af 1840 1 attended ft Methodist eemp-meetlng In the Interior of Geor gift, and heard a sermon which I haye new been able to forget or deeeribe. At the earnest solicitation of friende I hare several timet attempted to writ It; built cannot bo put apon paper. Tho main foroo of It was In too saaflng and eplttlng and groaning and hoaad-after-a-fox sort of yelp and whine, to which no pen cau, do Juetlce. It mnat be lutoned to be op praclated. I have preached It thou aand times for the amusement of friend, and bare been tatttfled with my effort. I hare uird It aa a reme dial agent la exercising the demon of hypochondria, and have never failed "to tend them down a ateep place In the tea," or tomewhero elte, to the great relief of the suflerer. The epeakor had jutt beenllcented, and It waa bit flnt terraon. In per ton he wat tmall, bullet-headed ; of a fair, sandy complexion, and hit countenance wa...

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. — 8 December 1875

THE TKOYiHEBALD. WEDNESDAY. iDEeESCBini8l'1875. TRQY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY. DECK 8, 1878. Cougreit met last Monday. The new constitution went into effect on the 80th nit., the governor .no declaring In hit proclamation of ,that dale. Another member of the whisky .ring hai confessed hie gnilt John W. Bingham Indicted in Indiana, nnd it la tuppoied he will unbosom himself boforo the grand Jury at In dlanapolla. The Domocratlo caucus of congress' jnea Saturday agreed upon Kerr of ludiana for speaker, Adams of Ken tucky for clerk, J. 0. Thompson of Ohio for sergcant-at-arms, L. II. Flti- liugh of Texas for door keeper, Jus. Stuart of Virginia for postmaster, nnd llov. J. L. Towuscnd, Episcopa liau, for chaplain. Doss Tweed escaped from one of the wordcus of Ludlow jail last Sat urday. Tho warden accompauied lilm to the rosldonce of his son, where his wife is staying, when tho Tain many chief asked permission to see hor alone for a fow minutes, which was granted. That is tho last tho author...

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. — 8 December 1875

TOE T3Q3T tfBRAXD, WEDNESDAY, DEOE.VJiER 8, 187fif; rieeei F.W.HARBAUM MANUFACTURER, WAtiONS AND HUOUIKS MADE TO " " ' OIIPEU AND OF Tht Very Best Material. 0AItj SyOAK WAKHANTED.JV3 I AM ALSO AGENT FOR The . Champion Reaper and Mower, The Beat Mach!ii6 in Use. Troy,31o. April 14, 1875. NEW Livery Stable. NICHOLS & SYDNOR, TltOY, MO., Have opened a new Feed and Livery Stable In The brick stable oiiMuin street, anil keep t in Best Horses and Most Stylish Rigs, Haggle. Roehaway. Spring Wagon, e. Kw-rythlng new, horses In excellent order, mid prices reasonable. HOUSES HOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK. We would llko lor our old friends In the county to call anil we us. We assure tlieni ihev w 111 meet with hn-pttablc treatment. Troy, Mo., May 13, Iv'H. alukht norsroN n. m. ixodwkx A. HOUSTON & Co (Successors to (Irant & Houston) COMMISSION MERCH'TS, No. 304 N. C0MMEKC1AL ST., ST .LOUlS,MO. Special attention paid to the sale of Tobacco and Grain. vw unr ii jLroy lfiius. Tim above m...

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. — 8 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1875. wiaur ami It U aa easy thing tttttaallea, .either In country or city aelghbor hoods. I ho reading club. Twenty ttlve young men aad womea f eon .ucnlel ImUi, hablti, aaa eooiai at longings eea easily mt In one other's houses, oaee darlag efert week, through lire or tlx moatas of of the year. With eanll feed they can buy stood books, end. orer thete, roed eloud by one eed eeother of their nareber, they caa apeadaaaear eude helf most pleaeeBtlyaad proit ably. They will flad la theee booke tonics of coavereatloB for the re ' malnder of the tine they epead to gcther. If they eea lllumluate the evening with maele, all the better. Whatever accomplishments nay be in the poesesiloa of different member of the club nay be draws upou to give variety to the Interest of the oe cation. Thle la entirely practicable, .everywhere. It la more profitable than amateur theatricals, and less ex haustive of time aad eaergy. It can bo united with almost any lite...

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. — 8 December 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1875. Jests Milan The (rest AnArlean orthofrapner rlvei tut following yvrtluwiil rutuom V.ty peoplo marry, Sum niurry for beauty, and nsver dlicftvir their tuliukc. Tlila It lucky, Sum marry for money and don't tee It. Sum marry for pedigree, and feel big tor lx month, and then very sensibly cum to tho conclusion that pedigree alu't no better than akim milk. Sum marry bckaso they have been lighted sum whoro eUe. Thli la a cross match a bay and aorrul. Pride may mako It endurable. Sum marry for luv, without a eent In their pockot, nor a frlond In the world, nor a drop of pedigree. Tlile looks desperate, but is tho streugth of the game. If tnarrylu' lor luv ain't a suecosi, theu matrimony Is a dead beat. Sum marry boknie they think wlniln will bo soiree next year, and live to wonder how tho crop holds out. Some marry to get rid of themselves, bud discover that tho game was one that two can play at, and neither win. Sum marry h second timo to got...

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. — 8 December 1875

THE Tmit 'HERALD', WEtiNfiSDAV, fe, 1875. TROY HERALD PMULtanvr, nv FI8HEB &. MUDb, AT H1.no a Yonr In Advnnoo RATM OF ADVERTISING. 1 .square 1 Insertion, $1 M hucli additional Insertion . 73 Administrator' Notice 8 00 I Inal Settlement Notice 3 00 f tray Notices (single stray) a 00 I- ui'li nililllliiiKl utrav 111 samo notice.. 1 00 Liberal deductlom will be made to regular tdvurtlscrs. Advertisements will take the regular run cl lliu paper. Extra charges made for pre lerrcd place. No certitlcnto of publication will be mado ..titll such publication had been paid lor. I ho non-obscrvauco of this rule has been t Jin occasion or tmielit rouble ana actual loan, Our terms uro t Cash 111 lulvulice. utt Ub iclntloiis; cash on delivery, for Job work tut casli on ucmaiiu, .orauvcriisciuoni. CHURCH DIRECCORY. H.UTiser. Ucv. Mr. Ilurnluim, pastor j fcrvices on seconannu imrusuuuuys, morn lug und evening. Christian. Kid. Win. Mctoan, pastor; mtvIccs first mid thli'u Siimlos lu each month, ...

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. — 15 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 15,1875. NO. 50 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC'lt. 16, 1875 LOCAL AND COUNTY NIWS. Louis Wolfgram Is constantly ail ding to his splendid stock of jewelry, watches, clocks and silverware, nil of which ho warrants to be what ho rep roscnts It. Our old frlcud, It. J. Uhaston, callod last Monday to renew his subscrip tion. Wo arc always fflad to see his genial countenance, llo is an old resident, having coino hero In 1828. Attention Is called to the card of Dr. Ilutt, which will be (ouud else where. Tlio doctor Is ouo ot tho rorcmost physicians of the county mid wo coiioidcr him competent In every branch of his profession. Levi J. Garrett weighed ninety very tine hogs In Millwood last Fri day. They woro generally even in size and avcragod over thrco hundred pounds. They wcro mostly bought from Geo. I. Dyer and Itout. Mudd, Tho Grand Oriental Evanie Order, 1001, met. at tho Masonic hall, lust Thursday oveniug, lor tho purposoof r...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1875. TROY HERALD. v- WEDNESDAY, DECK. 15, 1875 The Dark Hour. !I can't eland It any longer, Jano ; I'll go out and perhaps somclhlug, v )l turn up for us." fit's a cold night, Itobert." ''Cold, yes ; but it's not to much colder out thou In. It would havo liccn much bi tter for you If you hod , married John Trcmalii,'' ho said bit- terly. Don't say that, Robert; I've never regretted my choice." Not even when thoro Is not n loaf of bread in tho house for you and tho children ?" "Not even now, Itobort. Don't bo discouraged. God has not forsaken j.s. l'crhaps tills Christinas fcvo tho tido will turn-better days may dawn upon us to-morrow." Itobert llriec shook his head uls pondcntly. "You aro moro hopeful than I, .Jane. Day after day I havo been in March of employment. I havo callod nt nity places, oniy io receivo mo time answer everywhere." Just thon llttlo Jimmy, who had been asleep, woke up. "Mother," ho pleaded, "won't you give mo a piece of...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 December 1875

THE THOY HERALD, WEbNSDAi, DECEMBER lf, 1875. A Ln4lcrat fleene. Old Pat-ion Somers, whilom (ho spiritual tf utile of the godly pcopto of Smlbury, once itatod (hat In I ho cotino of tlfly yearn of uninterrupted ministration Itehnd laughed but threo times In Iho pulpit. Ono was when nn aged mother of Ills congregation waked up suddenly from a deep scr mon-timc nap under tho impression, vividly expressed cro sho was con sclotis of her surroundings, that her littto grandson Tommy was stealing her doughnuts. Dut the most ludic rous scene that which most coin- pictely upset him transpired while ho was preaching on exchange nt liar i-lngtou, and waa as follows : Tho pows 1 the church wcro of that old-fashioned form, mostly square, and to arranged that tho oc- cMpants of contiguous pews often sat back to back, with only tho partition and top-railing betwoen. Thoro aro but tow of tbein led In tho country now. Now it so happened that on tho I babtmth of Parson Somers' visit two elderly deaco...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC'It 15, 1876. Tho congressional house commit loci aco not yet mode up. Tho com laTttee on appropriation It one of tho taoit important, and tho gontlctnon spoken of for tho chairmanship aro .llaadalli. Ilolmau and Erailui Weill TliO' Kentucky slate graugo has passed a resolution favoring govern- jnciit old to tho Texas Tactile rati load. Tho resolution also asks Kelt' fuoky's representatives in congress lo use every proper effort to sccuro that ald. And now Marshal Packard's ofllco in New Orleans Is seized on nccouut if existing frauds. Corruption! cor ruption ! ! corruption ! 1 2 every where!!!! Will soino physician plcaso placo the point of a pin on a healthy spot ? If the present congress docs Its duty lu retrenching and investigat ing, It will have little time to bother with tho currency, school constitu tional amendments, declaring war, etc. Drawing up articles of impeach ment might not be out ol place lu ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1875. vreiiknts In listening to the interior once of (he president, of Babcocic or miy nthtr nun." This stupendous (rand could not have Ioqii committed in Enirlntiil or Franco and that U Hip ailviiiitiiffu 11 iiionarcblcal governtueut bus over ours." "Ilabcock urged tho president and McDonald urged him and noon Doug las telegraphs Joyce the order is sus ponded. Why docs this man Doug las bend tho sunplo hinges ol his knee and yield to I ho President's Interfer ence or that or his private secretary ? It was liln duty, assumed under tho most solemn oath, to carry out HihI order or resign Ills position. Would to tod wo hud moro of that sterner stuff that formerly animated federal olllc holders." Hut Douglas ylcliieil to the power of Dabcock mid the President's Inter ference. JIa was honest, 1 believe, but ho was poor, and he felt that his position depended upon his obeying the behculttof thane irho hail no fight to interere with his dutiet." Wat...

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. — 15 December 1875

THE TEtfcOY HERALD, AVEDNfiSDAY, DECEMBEI1 In, 1875. THE CHtmt'H SPIDCR. Two spiders, so the story goes, t!pon living bent, Krtcred the mtetlnu-hotise one ily. Ami hopefully were heard to say Hem we will have, lit leant fair play, With nothing to prevent," Kuril chose hi" place and went to work- The light web grew apaco t Ami n the altar spun hi thread. Hut shortly eame theicxton drend, And swept him off, and to half dead, lie sought another place. . - . I'll try the pulpit, next,' Mid he, There unruly U a prise ; The desk appeara ao neat and clean, I'm sure no spider there has been lildes, bow often have I seen The pastor brushing flic.' lie tried the pulpit, but alns ! Hid hope proved visionary ; With dusting brush the sexton came, And spoiled bis geometric game,' Nor gavo hhn time or space to claim The right of sanctuary. At length, half starved and weak and lean. He sought bis former neighbor. "Who now had grown so sleek and round, lie weighed a friction of a pound, And looked u...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 December 1875

THE TttOY HEttALD, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15, 18T5. ADM IK ISTK ATO R'S SALE OF UK AI KSTATB.-Notlce I hereby until thut tin: undersigned, Martin Mosoty, lutltnlnlstrutor or the cuttito ol Win. T. Hlack, deceased, will In obedience to thu order of the probate, court or Uncoil) county. Missouri, niiittc nt the November mljoiirncil term for 1875, null on Wedneiday, January 12, 1876, at the front door or the court home In tlio town or Troy In mW county und durliiK the session ot the ald probate court ut thu limitary term ror 187(1. und between the hour or 10 o'clock In the forenoon mid 5 o'clock In thu iiftcrnooii ol culd day, the fol lowing described real estate belonging to said deceased, situate, in Lincoln county, kiutitiif Missouri, via ! The ct litdr or the northern quarter section 21. towniiip w, tango i west ; at mi the northeast quarter or northwest quar- a.... .....I -.a i.ini.liln Jfi MHthl !1 H llkt I I IT, SCCHU1I Miiun lini.iF -sit, .h.iu w .it.'-., -also the east hr Hiiiithe...

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. — 15 December 1875

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1875. TROY 'HERALD .rJRt.iHiiKi nv FI8HEB &c M!tJrT, AT 1..?0 a Ychv in. Advnncn. t 'I'lJ.. - L i. -xrT --- 1 RATCt OF ADVIRTIIINO. j xatuirn 1 Insertion, Lrcii additional Insertion Administrator' Notices 3 0 Hiial Settlement Notlees !l MI .tiny Notlcea (single stray) : x ! m il uitilillinml stray tn same notice. . 1 no Liberal riedtkitlons will Ijc made to rocular idvcrtUcr. Advertisements will take the rculur run 1 1 the patter. Extra charges intuit) for pre Icrrcd place. No ccrllilcuVi of publication will lie made .'.nlll sticli .publication Inn been jiald fur. I hu noii-olixtrvHiu-u of .(lilt ruin has been tin- occasion of tmiiii troulilc ami nctuul lo. Our term arts: Cuh In advance, on sub- m Unions; cah on delivery, for .job work nil rah on demand, lor advertisements. CHURCH DIRKECORY. IIaptimt. Itev. Mr. Iliirnliiun. paMnrs cervices on second and thlrdSuiulu, morn In? and evening. CtttttHTiAN. Kid. Win. Mi lonn, pastor; cervices Hr...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 22, 1875. NO 51 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DECK. 22, 187 LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. We wilt Issuo tto paper next week. Editors and printer need rocrcatloH at well at oilier people, and one week in tho year U little enough for that purpose. New goodt recolvcd this week at Woolfolk & Gordon's. The stock ot Poets, Novels and Toy Books Is immcnso at the Drug Ilouso of Sam'l T. East. If you want anything in tho hard ware line, don't fail to cxamiue D. S. Crews' immense stock. The Largest, Handsomest and Cheap st Dolls, Tullot Hots and Vases In town at tho Drug House of Sam'l T. East. Forrest Rold who killed Geo. W. Davis, in Piko county, hasbeon in dicted for murder in tho first degree and his trial set for January 11th. Doll Bedsteads and Cradles, Toy Trunks and Writing Desks at tho Drug House of Sam'l T. East. Good for the holidays at the Dry iuuu. jAvauijunriurBi Parkkii, Wekks & Co. Mr.W. W. McKay, who lives mile from Tro...

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. — 22 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DECK. 25, 1875 --1 The Wandering Jew. Itlch eollectlonsof manuscript have been carefully examined by compo- tent men to ascerlalu the most dls- tent date to which theso legends or myths can bo traced. The oldest document at present known on tho Mibicct was written about six huu- ilred and fifty years ago, lu the reign (( Ucnry the III. Tho Book or or the localities again, and ho regard Chronicles of St. Alban's Abbey, od thin as a judgment on him for his i outalns tho following narrative, as misconduct. Tho bishop, to test of n contemporary event "One day him, questioned him concerning his the Patriarch or Archbishop of Ar menia arrived at the Abbey with a mall rotlmio, including an interpre ter, who could make tho Patriarch and Abbot intelligible to each other. He had visited most ol tho eelebra- tsl shrines and holy places in Eng- spoku tho languages of all the coun laml, and had now como to seo tho tries ho vi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 December 1875

THE TROY HEliALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1875. Shot in the Eye. a tux as iiuntkr'r vknokanck. A gentleman who hna lately return ed from a visit to Dallas, Tcxm, tells n story which is rather dramatic. The story was told to him by nil old hunter who hud hcunniodonuistlcatt'd mid wo lounging about one of the Dallas hotels. "I could loll you a good many queer stone, fit ranger," said tho old fel low, In conversation with tho gentle tniin, "but I don't know ot any that 'ud be tuoro likely to strike you than mi experience of Sam Long's In Har rison county, years ago. Texas wuz u rough place then i you kin bot on that!" Andjthpn tho old fellow told the story, which can suarco ho us graphic in print as in his terse idiom : Years ago Harrison county in Texas was tho haunt of ubout hs des peratu a gang of ruffians as ever In- lost cd any district west of tho Mis vissippt. Their number was so great mid their organization so complete thut they set I ho but half-admtulstcr cd law at defiance, ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. DEC'R 52, 1875. TIIKO. 1. USHER, I 4 OS. A. MttDB. 1 Col. Joyco lins been assigned tho command ol tbo "black-brigade" In the penitentiary, at his own request, Tlio fourth annual session of tho Missouri stato grange convoued at Medulla on tho 11th. Utah wants to become attato, anil Mr. Cannon has shot olTlils mouth to tl.at cll'uct in congress. Col. Dyer's iiomlnatlou as United Ht.itcs district attorney has been con tinned by the senate. Tho granges havo set on foot a move to erect a luilldingatLoulsvillo, Ky. by the order througliout the (on n try, to bo used as headquarters (or the national grango. On the lUli Gov. Hordln nppolutcd Thomas T. Gantt, 11. A. Bakewcll and Edward A. Lowls judges of tho lit. Louis court of appeals, to hold i hole ofllccs until tho first Monday in January, 1877. James O. Broadhcad stops Into Mr. Henderson's shoes as assistant proso cuior of tho whisky ring. Tho po sition was tendered to...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1875. Emporium of Fashion MRS. S. ROBINSON, MILLINER DRESSMAKER, ltcenectnilly liirorinitlic Ladles or Troy and Lincoln comity that hho 1ms Just opi'iii il a new nml mrt nttractlvc Mock of Mllllucrj Hoods In tin- rooms OVKU S. T. EAST'S 1KU(. STOIti:, unit earnestly folk-its an examination of Hood uml I'rlec lluru innkttiK purchase, lecllng Hitisiicil that It will prove to their Interest to do no. AND Dress Gutting and Fitting DUNK TOOltDKIt AND UN THE itlost Reasonable Tcrnwi. Troy. Mo., Apill 14, 1875. Uatchctt9 Clocks, SILVER-WARE. Louis Wolf gram, TROY. MO., Has an Excellent ancKPull Stock of WATCHES. And CHAINS, BROOCHES. EAR-BOBS, SEAL RINGS, PLAIN RINGS, And Many Other Articles. WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. WORK WARItANTRD. AGISTS WANTED In Every County In the Unltoct States for Our NEW PICTORIAL FMIILVBIBLE Tlic Hot and Cheapest In tin; Market. Liberal c-iiiiiuU-loiis allowed. For terms nnil circular writi! immediately to ST. LOUIS r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1875. MaMMle ccrtta. Mr. Drown and her gossip, Mr. White, wero convening slioul lius. bauds tint ttio secrets of Freo Ma sourv. Mr. Brown wm n Freo M ton, nml Ilia fnct ot tint bctntfubls to nhaiu tho secrets of tlio Oidorwllh Mm innilo Mi. Urowti very unhappy. Kite was iotirliifout her grief to Mr. I White, and sa lug for tko thousandth titnot . . l wonder what thoy do in the loduc-i ooin ?" 1 "I have nodoiihtbnt It's dreadful! ' replied Mrs. White. "But It niyj husband was ft Mason, I'll bet I'd 11 nd out what ho did." "Hut how ? They dare not toll." "Ah but I'd liiuko him tell !" "How, oh ! how 1" asked Mn. Drown, nimlout.lv. "Hush I I'll tell you; but don't; tircntiio it Tor t no worm, because u is u drnd secret I" "No! no I I won't!" "Well, do you know that Mckllng a iicisoii'h ear when they nro asleep will tuske them tnlk ?" "No! Will it, though?" "Yes. Now you wait till Drown cnuics home from tho lodge next time, nod liuvo n broom stra...

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