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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 December 1875

THE THOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1875. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF HEAL ESTATE. Notice In hereby given that the. undersigned, Martin . Mostly, administrator of the estate or Wm. T. Illuck, deceased, will in obedience to the orders: of the probuto court of Lincoln . ountv, Missouri, made at the November adjourned term for 1875, Mill uu Wediioadny, January 12, 1878, utthc frontdoor of the court bouse In tho town of Troy In Mid county and during l he session ol the aultl probate court t the January term lor lrtTti. Biid between the hour of 10 o'clock lu tho forenoon and 5 o'clock lu the afternoon of mid duy, tho fol lowing described real estate belonging to said deceased, situate til Lincoln county, state of Missouri, viz : The west half of the northeast quarter section 24, township 411, rauge west ; al o the tiorthcnst quarter of northwest quar ter, section 24, township 4, range ii west: tdsn the cut hf southeast ur of no qr of wn timi -.m. townshln 40. range 8 went: and the outhw...

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. — 22 December 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEtt 22, 18?S. TROT HERALD l-'JRMMllKft BY riSHEB & MUDD, AT rM.fSO n Year In Advance RATES OF ADVERTISING. I square 1 lncrtleil 1 W hmli additional Insertion "f Administrators' Notices....'. 8 DO I liiiit Sfttlciiiciit Notice 3 00 f truv Notices (single stray) 8 Xt ; in li additional stray In sumo notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions wlllbcuiude to regular idvcrtlsers. .... Advertisements will tako the regular run I the paper. Extra charges made fur pro lerreil plurcft. No ccitlilcatc of publication will be mado ..uttt MUli publUuttlun has bceu paid lor. I lie non-ob-crvunco or tnix rule has nccn PHOBATK VCWRT MOBIT. MONDAY, JAW. 10, 1876. Adm'r A Ex'r. 8 T East Wlthrow&Knox Wm M Simpson Itolit Hteelo Htewiirt nnd Shaw Kallna K Crump K II Hull Mntnl M tJntegrovo Martin V Moseley Ueo'WHardesty .1 N Norton Geo W Harden? 1 II ) wings A Mydnnr et al Murtln Estate. .T R Morr'i J II W It irow J a Slmpion Kllxa II Bice e David Stewart licncdlet Crumn ...

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. — 5 January 1876

THE TROY BER1 VOlir.' 11. 69873 TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 5. 1876. NO. 1 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 5, 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NKWt. CREMATION. Tha eitfeu renmm la the Casus ty la smseSt tm Death. and had each hunted up prlng In the vicinity of which to build. Thle cuttoin was kept up for nearly twenty yean afterwards. Beyond theie set tlements thero were none en the MB mciiaps or MiaTemr. In our lail litue we gave the flnt of a series of sketohea of the early hla- tory of the county. Theie will be continued throughout the n resent year, without any attempt at making horlh until thoio of Capt. Thomas a connected narrative of events. The Hammond, Geo. W. Jamoson and facta and incident will be given at others and on the northwest thote or gathered ; perhapa hereafter, when the Hudsons on Lead creek. To the the field shall have been thoroughly leftof those, In the dlreotlon of where Blenned. to bo ra-arranired In the uiney now sianas, ne naa no kuuwi An nf hnn.n hMnnaincr to...

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. — 5 January 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 6, 1876. The First Client. JUY MBS. S. C. M. PERKINS. Several summers ago I happened to spenda few weeks In Concord, New Hampshire. My home, for the time being, was in a quiet family who t ook Into their homo sovcral mem bers of tho itHo legislature ai boar tiers. Among thcio pooplo thoro was :i talented young lawyor and his pretty wire. Tlioy wero a bright, witty, senslblo couple, drcised well, iind I looked upon them at fortune's favorites, and wondered If tho passing years would fling any shadows In their pathway, or if thoy had known care or sorrow. Tho young wlfo was :i sweet singer, and many an evening pasted very pleasantly In listening to the piano touched by her practiced lingers, and her songs wero like bird music in tho early spring lime. Her Hy laugh would ring out upon the ulr unminglcd with a singlo note of nadnoss. Tho manly husband seemed devoted to his accomplished wife, tlnding his chief happ...

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. — 5 January 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1870. "MonULESS." It to cold, dark, mldnltrtit, yet listen i To .flint potter of my tiny font I Im tt one of your doj,, fair tmly, Who whines In tlio bleak, cold street J Is It one of your silken spaniels Shut out In tho snow and tbo slcctT My doss Mrpp warm In their baskets, Safe from tlio darkness uiul snow All the hoats In our Christian Kiiglaml Kind pity wliurcvcr tlicy go (Thn urn only tlio hotnutess clitldrcn, Who ni u wandering to and fro.) Look out In tlio gusty darkness I have seen It again mid again ; That shadow that flit no slowly Up tttid down past tlio window pane It Is. surely somo criminal lurking Out there in the frozen rain. Nay, our criminal arc alt sheltered. They are pitied, and taught, and fed : That Id only a sister-woman, Who has got neither food nor bed And the nlglit cries : "Sin, to bo living 1" 2. And tlio river cries : "Sin, to be dead !" Look nt that furthest corner, Where the wall Htumls blank and bare Can that be...

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. — 5 January 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1870. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 5, 1876. prospectus res ibts. The present number comraencei the eleventh volumo of the Herald, and wo feel (hat wo ere juitlfled in pointing with a degree of pride to the pait as a guarantee of what the paper will bo in the future. With a couiciouineii that we have made no small atrldoi In the progress of local journalism In tho pait few years, we are encouraged to labor for still fur ther Improvements. Our encrglos iu this direction aro stimulated by the generous support which the pa trons of the Herald have extended us, and which confirms us in tho con viction that our labors havo not been unappreciated. Our subscription list has gradually increased until Ihero v are fow, If any, papers iu this con gressional district that can claim a larger circulation than 'that enjoyed by tho Herald; and if our list con tinues to lucreaso as it has tho past two mouths, we will soon be justified iu claiming the largost in ...

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. — 5 January 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JAKUABY 6, 1876. J. o. vnuir. xnom. samihbad. K. B. BUtT.. FINLEY, tANKHEAB HILL, P ' m Slock State Agents PiROiNS oyOSBMDRY, Commission Merchants, VOKTHK SALE OK CATTLE, HOGStnd SHEEP. OFFICE Union Stock Yards, 8t. Louli. Stock Sold nt tlio Yard. Liberal ndvan ecs mado on Consignments. agI8-75 AET1TA INS. COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. CASH CAPITAL, CASH ASSETS, 3,000,000. 0,357,510.01. Louses paid In !ifty.scven yean. 44 MILLION DOLLARS. Surplus, uto pellcy holders, 4 Million 500,000 Dollars. Largest Assets, Largest Income, Largest Surplus, And the roost successful Insurance Company In America. Insurance, In order to lio reliable, must be guaranteed by successful and well known corporations ; tlio policies of doubtful or ex perimental companies being dear at any price. The beat policies nro always the cheapest, and the cheapest are always the dearest. InnircM should select their rninnanv an they would u banker, or person who Is to noiu moir uinusin irusi. Tho...

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. — 5 January 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1870. mVU OHILMMD. 'Tin hi), yet swett to listen To the wind' gentlo swell, Ami tlilnk wo hcsrtlie rouble Our childhood lovrd no well ; To rssa out on the oven, And the lioundlcwi neuN of air. And feel ojram onr boyhood's wish, To roum like angels there. There nru many dreams of Kindness, Thut cling around tho past Am! Irom the tomb of fecllnir. OKI thought come throiiKhuc fait. The form wo loved no dearly, In the liappy day nro gone The beautiful and lovely, Ho lair to look upon. Thoo bright and gentle maldeni, Who twined no lormcd forbid, Ton glorious mid too heavenly Fur Hitch n world a tills ; Whose dark, sofiryes seemed swimming In it M'a of lliiuid lltrht, Aud whoie locks or gold were Ktreainlng O'er brow so Mtuiiy bright. Whose smites were like the sunshine, In the springtime; of tho year Like the changeful gleams or April, They followed every fesr! They havo passcn llko hopes away And their loveliness has fled, Oh. many a heart Is mourn...

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. — 5 January 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUABY 5, 1870. SALE OF JLJk. KKAL iK.iii lis i a i h. .Notice l hereby that the undersigned, Martin V. . 'liillnliil.,,...,... ..r !. .,.... ir... tflVCII .lllwnlt 'itillnliil.,,...,... ..r !. .,.... ir... 1. lllack, deceased, will In obcUivi.cc to tho nruers 01 hid probate court of Lincoln HHimy.3llvMr.irl. made ut the November iiuiouriif-i term lor 1873, sell on Wtuliiciiluy, .Imliiary 12. 1670, :it tlio front door of tlic court house In tlio town of Troy in s.dd county and during "u'wfMini 01 me sum prooiuc court ni wo lanuary term lur iSid. and between tin hours of 10 o'clock in the rnrenoim ami ft o'clock in tint arteriiinin urw Id day. tlm fid lowing described real estate belonging to said deceased, Itut In Lincoln couiitv, -l.m; in ij iffmiin I, The wot half of tlio northeast quarter sccnoii w, iuniiiiip m, range . I WW t III' mi the not theast quarter of northwest quitr. 1 1 I. tfiicll.itl 'Jl. mviiklilli JO i.Htni II ml i alio tile i at hf sout...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 January 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 5, 1876. TROT EMERALD rjMBRi Br FISHER Ac MUDD, AT ill .AO a "Year tm Advance. RATftt OF ADVERTISING. I mure 1 Insertion 91 M Kuril additional Insertion Administrators' Notices 8 00 r Intl Settlement Notice f 00 f tray Notice (singlo stray) . 3 00 Mali additional stray In same notice. . 1 w Liberal deduction will be made to regular sdvertlscr. . , Advertisement will take the regular run rJ tlio paper. Extra charge made for pre t erred place. .... , , j No certificate of publication will be made -Ml! such publication has been paid for. Tho non-observance of thin rule la been I lie occasion of much trouble and actual loss. Our term are s Cash In advance, un nub- Iptlons i cusli on delivery, for Job work lid cah on demand, tor advertisements. CHURCH OIRKKCORY. lUrTinT. llcv. Mr. Burnliain. pastor, rrrvli-r on second ami third Sundays, morn ing and evening. Ciinta-mx. Ehl. Wm. Jfcloan, pastor; fcrvlecs tirst nnd thlru 8iind.i In each month, morning a...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 January 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 12,1876. NO. 2 TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 12, 187. LOCAL AND OOUNTY NIWI. UOMV SCMAVN Or HISTORY. When Mr. Ilowoll loft St. Charles county do was suffering from tho chilli, and was uimblo to assist much in tho raining of his house, but an Important duty devolved upon liltn lliat of providing a suitable outer tninincnt for tho assembled guests. As might bo Imagined, Ids larder was not filled to profusion. As lie lilmtolf says, lie had untasliiglopleco of meat of any description. A silver half dollar, that bad come all tho way from Kentucky, was all tho money ho had. With this money ho canto to Troy mid bought two gallons of whisky, preferring to got a good ar ticle to douhlo the quantity of a com iiionor stutl'. lie could then say, "Gentlemen, I have J ust a llttlo lelt, but you will find it very superior." In thls'wny two gallons would an swer very well for the occasion. Tho whisky procured, he went to Arm strong Kounc...

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. — 12 January 1876

f TROY jtiftiLB. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 12, 1876. WEDNESJ A. Game for Life or Death. tf i- I I ' I r - It vii night In tho. camp oflaxl tldllan't rinv. nnil iiuiuta at morn tneitt were heard upon oil sides, for oldlcrs aro ever wont to indulge in pleasure, regardlou of what tho tnnr row will brlnir forth. In a tent in tho Inner clrclo of tho camp tat two officers at a rudo table, upon which was marked with lead pencil a chess, or checker board, whllo black and wuito buttons served or the "men." Around the tout wcro station od guards, and both of tho officers were unarmed, while not a weapon of any description was visible in their can vas room. They wcro prisoners ; soldiers In tho scrvlco of Juarez, citpturcd Ihu day before ; but their appearance in dlcatcd that Ihu. wcro not Mexicans Doth men wcro of tull commanding forms, and of easy, graceful address but, tvhero one had durk 1)1 no eyes and light hnlr and mustache, thb other Imtl ,cycs that were largo and black, With brown hair and mus...

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. — 12 January 1876

no W. ,HH 1 4 .fiaUArEP. A natiBtftli t)urt rM In tkslir U'Mt-Ttac Itiw of Nnturo ,Wlns. ,Kroift the Detroit, l'ron PrciiJ Old Job Dawson had been 'duly elected lo till Iho responsible posW i ton of a Justice of tho Poace, and ihls wm the tint ease which lied da mantled hla attention. Job was an old veteran mountaineer, ami had lived In tho shadow of tho lolly jicrtkn, hunting, trapping, nd fighting Intltniifi. to uio his own words. "senso Adam war a kid." In Mint rough region an accuiallon of a great crlino ti gainst any ana is but a fore-runner of a "hanging bee," and a trial even is fcldom thought of. Hut In the 1 roue ut Instance a wild "cum-," who had been frequenting the settlements nud appropriated a "broncho" (Indian lony) bctotitrliiff to neighboring loncli-itinn, and had been pursued, captured, and brought back. Old Job' was summoned to try the culprit, nud n spat to rocky gulch near the '.Squlrc'ucabln was selected a tho silo for tho investigation. A motley rowd of Imiitc...

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. — 12 January 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JAKttABY 12, TROY HERALD. WKDMC8DAY, JAN. 12, 1876. TIH. fan. a. m. riitini. J Mltars. That auitaaee and f ambling coa cern, the Mliionrl State Lottery, li ia a fair way to bo suppressed. The Democratic oonreatloa ot Texas, en the 6th Inst., nominated Gov. Coke for re-election. Brick Pomeroy bat removed his Democrat to Chicago, in a vain at tempt to bolster up the morals of that city. The Indianapolis titntiutl .Is ener getically advocating the claims of Mr. Jlendrlcks for tho Democratic iioiul uatiou for president. Hon, J. D. Henderson was serena ded in Louisiana last week. Since he lias commenced totakehls'n straight, a good many think his gooso bangs tdtiludllum. The senate is again indulging in tho fascinating discussion of tho fi nances; tho house has postponed action on tho quosllon for the pres ent. The members ol the house commit tee on foreign relations paid its ro apects to tho president tho other day. Jio didn't coutido to tho momhors tho pltli...

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. — 12 January 1876

THE TROY HERALD TTETOTEftDAY, JANUARY 12, 1870. tim m mum, Bow low tlio liMd, boy $ do rattr once lo llio old man. One like you. tho vlnUilluilm of lltxliavu silvered the lull', ud changed the round merry linn to the wnn vlsege bolore you. Once Hint hoert beat with as. iilrnllnus crt.rqunl lo any that you have foil ; uiiiruiliiii crushed bydli tiiipolnliiiciit, a yours perhaps ere destined lo he. Once thut. form stalked proudly through tho uy scenes of pleasure, I ho bemu ideal of Kl'iicn; now llio liaud of time lliut wither the floWcrs of yesterday, litis wui'iiud lliul lliftiiu and destroyed I ho iioblu uurrlagu. Onco, at your ui', lie possessed tho thousand thoughts i tint iwsh throiitfh your bruin ; now wishing in ucuuinplUli deed equal to u nook In Ininu; niioii, Imagining life ti druiiin, Hut iliu tmoucr hu nwoko from It tliu bettor. Hut ho lias lived lliv druniii very near through. Tho time lo iiwnkcii ts very near at hand ; vet hi oye over kindles atull deed ot during, mid l...

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. — 12 January 1876

mil J. gtalrct Paler Caepar'a Broker liniM! 2ii8Qft--.8 -saw ioie Inw-brcnkcis, ttio Molly Matful.es, wlioso terrlLlo tidxgulnrv. jut l uges havo retidmu tho conl regions of this ttnte notorious, have seem Jngly determined lo perpetrate still mora otroclous crimes since iho pub lication of Hlshop Wood'i edict ex communicato tho brotherhood from tho Culltollc Church. On BaturOa morning last, bo tween 1 and o'clock, a band of Mol lies, HUmlwrins between four and Ave hundred, held a secret mcctluir in Glotoi'a Woods, near Shenaudoah, which has always been the headquar ters of numerous prominent bodies of tho outlaws. It W supposed a cam paign of lawlessness was determined upon, as n, similar gatherlns or the despartdoes who infest the region tvat held at tue snino place Just pre vious to tho lust reign of terror nt Shenandoah nml oilier places north of tho Bronct Mou.itulus. Certain it la, that large. bauds of armed men are passing from one point to another in the ndddlo caul fluids, n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 January 1876

ALE. OF XlUKVU ESTATE., K.VU lSTA4.-ilctJ hebv .KivC.Jiiij5ttie usdorsklM, MiirtlB v. .Moixiiy, ;ti(iniiiiU(iiitoi orthu wiitc or urn. I. IIIIICK, UCC0USCU. VIII 111 OIICOICIICC 10 I lid irdcr of (1m, prolmtu. court 5r Lluealii county, MNMart.liiwiMiut'.liwils'ovuiukcr adjourned term for 1873, m-II on WwlnowUy, January 12,'T876, ti nt thofrofTltluoY of Ih e .eouTrtiotse ii ,tlw t.ivii,ln?'ro lit iwlil,i)iui)- nl during tlicKC(loh'n-tliull(lfdh.iK:cmtl't lit Hit! January term lr lUTii. ttml bctwec the hour of 10 o'clock 1n the forenoon unit A pVloek In the afternoon of said day, tliu lol inwliijr tit .crllif il mil estate lii'Uiiiulnv to t-uM dewasas attuata 1h J.lneoln county, state of JlKsSiirLj U! :j 'i ', Tim, uAjuU..f tbOjUortlicinitijMnrlrr section 'U. township 4!, rniitfu .i west ; al so the northeast quarter or northwest quar tofyseriloti iM.towpidiip 40, rango west; uln taoexst hi' sowthiMtt qjr M lie rjr ( me ion 'U, twiishlp '), runtc :) west : iiml tint southwest quarter ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 January 1876

THE hibHEliAtD, WEDNESDAY, 12, 11870. TROY HERALD rjtUMR BV r FISHERY MUDD, At Ml.SO n Year in Artvanno. j tnttare 1 Insertion, 91 59 Koch additional Innertlen J Athulnlrtratorr.' Notice 52! Hnl MctJmafeiit Notice 0 tray Motive (Hiaxle tray) . " e ndi additional rtroy in Minn notice. . 1 On liberal ifoductlon will be uutlu to regular tdvertlscr. , AdrMtl-MiiMita will take, the regtllsr 11111 r I the iispcr. Katra charge wide fur pro ll'ITrd plats. ... , , . No certificate of publication will be made ;iitll KUvb publication baa becu paid lor. JheiKm-Olawnranreof thl ruin baa been i i M.Mainn nf much trouble aud actual lo. Onr vmm are : Cah In advance, un tb- ilptlmin cn on nemcry, ior joii worn lid enh on demand, for advertisement. ' OHUROM DIRIICORY. lUtTiNT. Kev. Mr. Ilurnliatn. pntnr: rrrvlcc on second and third Sunday, innrn Ins; and evening. OiiniHTtAK. Bid. Vm. Mclosn, partor t tcrvlee Brut and thlni tfuudi) In each innntli. morning sad evening t pwyer meet ing weunemtay eveuiu...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 January 1876

1-1 LT U TV I.I 1 im i Bm w!)" i.; t . I .11 v "pl i'if,f t i i i 1 III Ixin it '(tn . .ynu; fwg 1 1 ' ' "i ii 'I .n 'i l m'i l i -- i '."i i" 4 II I llll I I iifcil hp NO. '''' " "" f ! , , i i!) 1,1 r fllit full iVInl . tin ill mil . .I.'ilnl MH nnml.Hl' U.I lllVh 1 I ;lni i I if j I WEDNESDAY, JANY. If, 1871. LOCAL AND OII.J i II COUNTY NlWt. 'mSuxin er UvnV iiithi, ire.tv. lit r V',1 1r I I 1 ' ' property, Including, elerce, and no Money wlth.whlch, to aftter.iana, anai M.WMlndUpoMdte.MHtnjr of uu negro!, he could work the place aud make enough money to boy the place when it eeme Jeto ntarket Ither by pr Irate aaloli the old.elalm waa confirmed, or by entry,' Ifwaa Hot., He thought thle g ood adyjoe, Mil repaired to, act upon 1L But the doubt end -uncertainty about the r.4hilimtbtereol,Who lire. P tlWeendthe varloui con w " ' " ' I s . e with hie .on-ln-law. Mr. Jonathan meting reperte. aaraaaea mm greamy hme. Ih Nlnereh townehlb' lebe. and very muoh Impaired hie farming tiered ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 January 1876

3 r L k I TROY HEW WEDNESDAY, JAWYlt;n. . .. fy: Thi Last Biieiit. rrok th-4 'ttTwTifW TiStt Wfl .i.i. .il- ' .'I'.i.-t;'' ' V.'.in'.? V - liri'.'.' ido. shady kltoboa. busily gigd',,wlth wWraheeMJ 1fWlh"WnMf the in . nicking . orer .wnoriienerrici. , wiuioui ine .inn goiaon sunm ne or.anj ' V.f llMIIIIlPLIH Illlir MJ ma a a I liiMlie ft? lho' -...i-..',"2...i h:-TV.-i.i'"il2iV.,1!,,f t; creeper that'clltned anUl.lossomea' IHI IUHKii "l -'-' " nbovo tbo door. Pjiidence mabV'a tirettv Dlcture as she sat on a lew August aimruoon aaineu me, green nun fields and dusty road 'th'aV'wouba old-fashioned .ring ... Kn iAWilSj It role of rtlblwi an ,w ' "rsvrrr-MiKi-ro ni.t r picture, as .eh&.eat, ,oii a ,hw for the worid, ueeaussj'lt' used to'be :t, witb a big,, oall,cq apron graWdntother,i.l"Hh1thtle It to ntK. -i over hcr,buo;priggV'mulu ''tyiat' "MHouH'bld, f Itirflt 'I ! to defend It from the stains that said Mr; Wentworth; with Interest! iollel-hr4lttl-hrwnhandi. "My I look at It? Do...

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