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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 January 1876

m trii(M iifi i-iu!. lion ir. i x.ifll fv'no' o 1iii im J lv P" Jatiii.ttkr Henderson,! tee laln.naecbil lenntel tor the1 government' llrthe. nJUlte.HMiy of ffletidajio&slkong rthlstMellssgslitst Dabantki" Aot llirfcpdn (Jell. Jirondrtolii Implied Jointed, itogetlier "WayCM" against DabooskL " It Is riot asserted that litis Sfpetary,, ou it.eutosacee suwi.eyt lWia!iwi drawn Mt In the I rial "AWefvln kill'itfeH i as'lho'ireverii- tilfdte puWlc-j TVqni itfia middle iof am .tothelOeli lest May was the jiArVi limp of tlie'Rftig. Irr due'jtye p;lod of fqueei plough's, tbe.roj yrns turned out in Stt'Louis the enormous mim of 800,000 'galltnie1 'or crooked tyWikaJtjMrfWtiiion tnegoverft- uioafti qf , 730,000., j As to, .minor do (alls 'respcalltig. the ittovelaenti of 'iebntfe hgbutl and ;plds the ltlng relied., on Avery. Tor moro linior nt. crises Ilia powerful in! ueuce or Dabcock -was called up. Timet at tubit liirtmnorabie'thc dUtillere wore crowded, to tho'lr utmost, Ford, the col...

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. — 19 January 1876

THIETmY 33713. 1 Mum1 The.etloail Kapabllean etui tie is to be beld at Claclnnatloa the 141k ol aext Jaue. Grant favored BlkMp election t a ft - 1 . a a a 4 ... .' 'a We UBIMA OMIM MHkM. irOH lOWe, but it seems tbe Iowa legislature didn't., , , . , r i - ... ... .m i . ' The Louisiana fnii favora Secre tary BrUto'fa'p, president. That isn't to beoVbit- we eee afaeceselty S4r,g d'lBgattitida'fattiVwtoy for aafeodorbetttrmwrtal. " ,,Dlaue .hsld his "bloodf ,ekjrl ,up a.teepeiB'.tlew,aada aiMMdbat Mf MtM,' rl4dld the unsightly thing 'UAsBlsia.wMjMld.the haAa-mseaaefds rally wonted. WI.Wri the sentiment. CIm Jsamora people, would it not Wm, WWft DernocriUe raeaioera or congress to vote down that cehleaalal appropriation? If wa are to hare a jubilee,' let it be Hulveraal. , Secretary Belkaap, who haabeeu aspiring to the tenatonblp of Iowa, and who hts been in- that alate for aome time working up bit tntereati, wai completely "bottled" by the leg islature ob the 12Ui lmt.,only receiv ing ...

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. — 19 January 1876

VOLUME ELEVEN OF i A "3 cs MoBdr br,ltr. Moiiftwf llllaoli,! providing for remsaptloi. of specie ,.. 'J"ti tin Beltewet!, tic., Ttatotftlb the TMMry shall rateloJaiMiMta ury for too oiHtnoir rweinpiton in tin vols at par or siiuoitsa atsiaa notes, bln reserve from l, sourcea lii ex esas or (bo requirements, of the pub lic debt until the celniioo retained t t 4 ft 6 7 8 , 91011 18 IS 1415 aotil..:p:.....:l...j hsll amount at 80 per cent.' of the United State notes outstsndlhtf. .' Sec. 2. That lronj, ftho pasisyo of this act over iielloual bank hsJt be required to retain the ooln Interest payable to auoh bank on it bonde de posited a security' for III eireulation to ths. amount 9f lu, )egMt reeVH no required, byMUwtlna tuoh eum In addition thereto M,ipgeberiwUh auoklsml reserves, thaM eaal 30 per cent, ot Its circulation shall thereat ter be relalnod by every national bank ai .security ter redeiautlob cblu VI eucn cironi-muii. Sec. 8. That acti making ai ll... MaII At. ... Will pi rn...

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. — 19 January 1876

AWMlltMl fMfinli I Iti Constitution xfrfelrWare l ae eub- inHleit (o thoVBfine'GNncM for rati llcatlon or rcl'ectio. l. Amnmt llioreamblt turner the lioad e'afatograiigeV byantutltutlnk? Jo ona (Hope). Composed of the inn (Hope) matters una out-mailers of subordinate aJ'nd their wires vw ho are iritroN'M. proIdid thaipat Makter . rind lhairwl?aJao ara nations snail "be honbtaWoMinW, ellglbte to of. lice, bl'net anriiled tovvofe; and urovldedV that when tho iiumber of aubordliiateraitiae in ay state be comes to great aa to render It noces- ary, tU8mie'aYniifo..tnaj,.Hi num. manner aa it majr dejerniliic, rodnco its representative by providing for the election of a certain proportion of those entitled to, membership in tho ALi2 .lSil' '..Vh'onntitv. and tho members so chosen shall consii lute the voting members ofthe state irranao 2. Amend the preamble, under the head of 'state grange, by adding the following: 'The wives of tha dele gates elected to the state grange, as provided fur I...

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. — 19 January 1876

trnne ami It for mattaM hft Wfay. Kow. as lieretotbro, WMotkhSriin total and Mior iM iinMMMnn of tko new, local, da inetl una foreign, w that each edition Unmeant rM.ittlfoMof fu ture excellence are no rt of its stock In traae, buvforiajnuranoa laf'taa iWMfiillt iiolMtMa Uh aaeord -of tHe Mat, MMhItnt thftt do heatur fgtvuiKtty ' twiwkBiT tbta thn reputation which It bun catatrtlaaad ui rafllaato tiuitmr MaMNte. rmtm ij lAlMion tuHMIipilAl mil MeJuWIaV It tan ntwWaakljta JivkiwifMlUUc dvli Mill tic tnaiatJM .'"' i rlilw taHrr -;' iriU MnilMt)taUKHlttn1illMn trill vrtWIttin'Jtt.'hoM 'an' IndeneadeM' eire. IS-rliWitelmt' m 'WludllrVrenVe 'between fealty t party uml realty to party principle pledges MMWiwiti ahd tRtitwrvlug np linit. Tlie itrviOiMt.vf. Ule, honest, ceo iinmlral uml vtiforon government, state. national nMmiinlctpal. will hu It Mirtil-st nlin, mi I tic work or reform liy which the natron l ttf las rebelled fram tlie pool or cor million Into which 'II ha fallcH, will be a...

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. — 19 January 1876

v.wmm nm urif i'ii, iphbiuj.h'w MlB). gay th Tt f lae ttiht The Hirdwiri. Tittwi At w sat aer Saturday was mini, wnn wlnil from the Bonth end rain In the Affidavit in Attachment, Tran. cai.fSO te Vbair lv Aef.vai.oo, scrl . .t SaBJSBBSaV'l I A LXni iL udi to rentier i.iiwwn T7i r ''irtSSU of pMrtlaMoh Win bJUrfe o J wli on domand. foradtrtlsmctit. -- "Ttrr-r- service oa second and third Btimljr, morn ing and evening. CiinisTunKld. .w"i)!feFi service intend thlru UundsM In month, morning and evening; prayer meet lug Weduesday evening. , ioode?w2.wr! services first ay,or. A'TtSilnr. third Sunday, evening; pnimMMlRK Thursd.y evenln. rnBSBYTBBtAN. Be v. W. H. Y. WHaie. pa? ... every "ffltf rveulug; proer-meeting Wednesday eve g. Sunday wolyery Sunday OOURT OIMOTOWY. riBcuiTCounT.-yirtt Mob day ftr the .ourtWadaj rtn Muck Bd9ptebM';p coojcty CoOUT.-8eoiid Monday i Feb iiwrV.,At,ndNoveBib5r. T&nAM ObtmV-Beeoad Monday Ib Jauuary, April, July and October. i. o. o. r. Jko. McDonald, 8eey...

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. — 26 January 1876

t-"JJ. JuJ , won J J it it rVl9tAb uiit fjloluit M ritual -viahotf rH YOH'i JlltlM. o vil 3ljP!A t:w oil .olt li I rblitw tflofl ort rTlTSita .YYTiflori aid liaion wig ion w H hit .vifiiM'r. Iq'It; n.'ii tl:l TtTo" r 1 11 m gjcv, ma mem U mt Tr.i- 0mmum m M , MtMilW,-o-t hlrt-B-Bl BUM--B1 9 Mir. iiaiiiTTiinuii j.ij BUfc nniiuiKi 11 jQT t .num .im lUlMnull iAn t a- I . .. . I NO. 4 ltitai ' m'W-l aril -iiuin j .r-onntni.-. '")nin linhmnUBi irmii Vi liia.iiUi . illmu 1 14 ill II ' ,mU li . i mil I'mii '" 1 M II H, , i 77 , , I I . mil il i mvi-itm uk-iii i ii .ni'moM 11 I lil to ,iiail ovJ illilJlw ilW in.Ji a?E ftitMOTUty.WM Uxatnpteand laftaTaroaa-ilaiweW)ri I 'KHWtoN1 pMlntoetfe0 li 1 Iterated. XW'I ."i nMiinii') ii aaalnisssasss!,!. ' Til.. fMiHB MHII " w, ati.;'..u..ii- II HI I :l.-li i' tbrMMMMf w Ml bar UMfMi M lOR. Itt OWN Mk alMW.. VM lf Mil laliiikllM AnH BbA AAaMA MAWfl' MB 1 HAAte aambaaI AAaaWAB IMAMAla 111.. W.. iL. il.lT.llliilli.in rleh,PMptt,iJi4ilif bt tbltoutor n0M ...

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. — 26 January 1876

TROY H "ThaLlfr Dav7 IDtrtslvt kMgh tsrsi lAt VII 1M -i wkoM cMuitrjr. 1 1 TM mr wkleh I bava Ha asked Mr. GBriMl whathar h wiat t h tm ii ABgfrtwiimr tiaai m mm afaifaaatiat fraiw li'aillllaw '-'-1 flVBt WBnSTSI BVWWa wyyawat aaaayjaBjawB,Waws' wwldMy-lkai that liatfii wn ua tru. t ivt' . waalA .MlMMa a-Matte awatiat Mint aaMtlaevftl i.raaj. lataat thMaflhai raaalatlou. Mr. Garfield t -I MWi.MuaV JgIi HIM Swfwlri wltiJB, lworaTsttpH WewwWu 'Would WtkfWilllfiHwe lallreal it SVf word ibout thelslsffraait I fcaraly asked you what hot4 Vf irlsonara. Mott of tiasrniftmr u. ttitt . t mii rf M MMrhftmra- U- Hilt , I mbIIv ds not mmIImI. fiaml navs 'NI liavhtsit a ttt rehtellfsnwere irtlwiHW-WipM mmkt, riUalwW IwawKri '4V mMftW Raw - m, MWJL'M. T Jl.lM, rZ. "-- ' " . la Wfl WiMsaftffs iriUkWR iifrasri? 4 t. a 10 ofl Mi'oi BMBiacry laT iha aaks.af JiasBiac uraave ies- sir. Old IIlklin'J 91 air, varrauHity inmnni ntswllyl e nwyolvlllMttM iaewsst, irnlnitl IK Si (lilt lUil'n T j TkhatV ties) ...

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. — 26 January 1876

.r.ei jiaa t: u.l.lJIllllT u oi fi .Mi iidiii u i ii u a ill lo nl fo"oWrfBllH1jT0a I BMasv.taL. TherrfwharMrfMedla i.Mll W ngber cried ut amlNet Mat flu h would 'rW thv 'SMmmif.u"Ok wby MhghpMh haabjeaf -rfi Wlr:itnf bHiki iisMshlas. death. lUiinl SAM ItMIIU rnwi.m i.aoM note r:. .repiieu ii iitenaid: .... w.f , , naiB n bsb .im.s fir a m m bbs a nan ma am iiiToMy W Tliin6Jift of tis.aoie U worth M.60 ."lib dot tMttypwhb'srRI awrtflthe w?: Why7orr, ' ''Vou see tha ilf ii ttrtti if lutlUa thaalaaHa BeaMBitftttotto lmoeralle aid aad.lu la lit tauaticlstH da its want ; iet.tt.pas itf fculn.ylugBct. 'trample on the con- aittattflii, abrafala the pledgee or our Mr Mieno moe aa ear uaa ..a. a. I. a . aa a . n .a J au thai arv Ha i eelBre w,.-n i.v.i, uW.u u. vl. u eelras or purpeeet .Ihl"" JfTfrr. .1. .7.. .k. ut lha bom Ih la liera I " YoB OOB'ltole ma SO I vail." "Weil. ds to remain Mi I and nous ishruad bv Snlnner ara i et- Mac acarce. ond people pay flva par cent, mare 'for (hem 'tha...

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. — 26 January 1876

A ' Tho tH."la,'ia Touf The iiaiMMlitf 'Weney mstfUi cejnjaroi ih . initii ' ike United aUntee hnm freJnMle- Kentucky t beta UMMflw b urn i V don't tV 8 JAlJieTi ierce gllnpilouaLMt UDurU ia eatkua log tk leading men of Wi ptfly tny wher. Tae general rerdiot U, tkt e elty aTerTunwle.thlag, ( ; j genua. Ulgotux' to tryM mixed aclroel aa tern. 'The Mttool board At tyaTeubrttfbai AbdUsbe'd tbe.eol ered hlfU Bchoel, and after the irat or February eoloxad pupils will be allowed to enter the white high achool. :i Morton and Blalnn are botk at tempting to fire Ike Northern .heart au$cicHtiy to burn up tho tblreVterm Idea. If they douft mind they'll kin dleauok'n hugoJsre that Itl forked fame will reach out nud (cooiume them. , " i ; 11 A few of tke Weodyhlrt Radical are" talking about' sending .out Gen. Wire apeeeh aa a campaign document f'qrtholr party. Ye, do, We would like foribem to give. It nVf de$lrcty ln(lon, ,aud Wfgeet that they ami ijlaiue'a along wjtk It, ' Tfoui remark the WtUl...

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. — 26 January 1876

T TkTIT A TXT Ort 1 QTfl V -Ok-i-l -1AV .1 4VJ XOIVI SiiDoO'oVAiA! VOLUME ELEVEN OF tL'jfu A3 ' U Ol 0" Ht V I tl iim , ,inor-:isf iros ,HikW.W .net ,onlioMi; B.S.CRE mo tssrtfre-toi a mm W M M ,V Hit attaftltatr to tk iBlWnJ uit trf atra-M M tMc which I ana constantly .Nwiviiff, MMtaa larryutriavaTitwof " ;wi mama AB'TdiMlMl aaHa llMW i 11 "of IN W'rtrin-tal az&iWan of kit Who vmrre, as i am acwnninea noi w Mi ana''. W which" I ti t Mil be trader. rftUtwOTO rut nftrnt r.uftt! i ,1- i tit awCeseXrw t alo krep constantly-on html a.fall rap AX. J tforV3oeBiiu' XalUy window l.arapv and Coal Oil, WE XVluc, Cider ai l3lll21814Mlj I , ttMXOAXT, 1 S Ull T W TJ F m" 18 14 15 1617 18 19 80 2122 88 24 25 86 W Tata . , 'k..i a, - " ".' r L B ;raiT H. W. KEMPER, Furniture, Picture .Frames, r '' " Ettf., 'into. Ji.: ' uVifi 3JJ tiienf eif -"! WALNUT BKOSTBADg, BUUE.vys AckAius, -J !' n-.wiaDOWWIAlfKB,, , , LOOKING-GLASS i .1 PLATE. ETC., ttvrrtilbtted MTroV. to which he call ilia attention 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. — 26 January 1876

I I THETBOY who latro TWm At flic araMy Said, near D tka re hat bate aolemal a of thoee ram 000X000001 or cleat It uoarly engulihed.'. B waa ji am iris af aatfditahla.jpro party au eoawpeeaie amigauioa Mm Bed re lUwtfy, but hedtHghtfd lu "Jaek atawley," and jralild net lajJMili lMpit. Ma.Oit kid aat apart aa Wbtu, awd waa earned Iran tee Battel te,4lM grave eu a eofta beard wMW)WBiiitlai a.etoue tan traueokUa eedBoay, -Nauoe. waa auiitVMtalailewai all I feet In bridle tad' ee4ee, atjt Madaff M1d lox buffeftat aua',aeed.. .Tka funeral cK'waabmd by the Bo- nan1 UttftH ffWet of Boaentter, whe autfamwVawjr oaanirtled (ha ground. Ma baa. Ml the wkoje of kit ettale ta Mi fteoan, Joka Yiokert, oa condition ' that' Oil funeral, to., ba comtaaaai ateorawag ta Ma expreatod with, aad eaouW ba Ml la dolNff tkle, iba whole ! 4ba property la to re vert to tha prtaat at DaaeatUr for ta btaiait TUm Oathllo ratlfloa. ' wlmlMTaMalatlaratBrt CoBMaUaat atHMii' aaaakar who waa iinwaian av orawa im niraa...

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. — 26 January 1876

l87d. 'frn nrr TIE ST. fi fews for the taks ! 1B75 naneentnin nnannav.Miaara tftif iia ol my nil'n . . 'MaMMVlia aM .14 m'lfw Jir lfflrjTr!ftnr?ffffJ ,Bcf IftrM n wiac mi of aajM ar aw aMMMTiro mm i Km ! JurfBPMCAJI UytMe thrp. ml hall ha tM'MMlH-MK f tin 'futon It pohvai iMHMI ofithe MM coaweM tM the npuwMm wTleTt JfiB!HSfi! J?.? i.m liifflawtfi ffie-andWhurb rank which It haWWweye teWM the JournallrtWaWal wlUBeaulatalaed. - mlmax" Mr Matter, 't f lh to'trtiteykiwnimbtniiiepuwieiirirnl cnmiaeirbaW M. Indefceadeat-carer, Heeognlitng the vld&lfcViyiiiw.Mwian fHFiiiti(MvTHr truth of Democracy and iilMMMWllMrhMnr and mtmrvtnff tb linrt. The xreateit of thcie, nniieii, ceo; nonileal and vtMm-fmmaaM tato! national and municipal. Wflllje It lifgbel . alm.aaU the. work of ro(orm bywhkh the liatleel to M reamed frem the pool or cor o-uptlaa law which Ithaa fallen, wilt bead, vomtrd with eanieH aeal. it will endeavor to make hoae.ty aad tteeta the paramount Itolltleal Imm, rather kh liwt...

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. — 26 January 1876

THE HlOY iAIuD, WEDNEBDAY.AJNUAKY 26, 1876, . frtt WW rrrrt'-r?' "HMV "ITTI mJF A - - I T.i4lt..-iih.aiJ.aa4naimw li J.II inlv,l II III t4 rnr FISH i.op, ;i.v,'i.Vj.i.. Ill l,l'Jv7VI...V.i iv. RATMaWj i sonar vHaHHMta reassess clpUoiMcsh oaTiary.fcf Jen work w J cmIih dsmaiul.foTadverUseincnU. SnaihAMtK waMftftfriwaittriMifAMiltla wall BArTl.T.-MfV'Mr. pirtMl, leaser KcrvlcMM aadand.tkiraBuajiay., " Ingandtvenmg. , teniae first sad thlru ? month, ssora agaad evealBg j prayer vJEHffltHBSji. w. M. tort l. tei MMIllt. junior eervloM, ver2BnnT.miuj rtelil urnyf6IBiC WByV e'i ttittiilnr Wo! etetriJundsy, wornlng. Coi-KrV ' OoW.'-9n,a MbntUy U Feb. January, Aprfl, July tad October. 1.0.0.. IJm Ma. M 1. U. O. F. luvir nail in av to MUd. U.W.COLHBBT.fl.U. JX0. McDoxald, Txor LedxaMo, Saturday alght at blrVlaftiig i Sati A.W. Troy Lodge Ho. urday algal A A.M. M A.F.AA.st.aMeti r lfht oil .IgfcfjfW m, I r Miiuiivnijn Jxo McDoxald, Bee'jr. Troy Boyst Arch Chapter KowMmtta at MaoonlehaUoaU aeea...

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. — 2 February 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FEBRUARY 2,1876. NO 5 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y S, 187. LOCAL AND OOUNTY RlWt. The Literary aoclety, without transact ing any Dusines u im . . a - a ti. la session, aaiouraau ubiii ma evening ofthelltn. Old winter hae come at lait. Yes terday there was enow an inoh thick nd a wind that called for overcoats nd comforters. Rea-uter winter wea- ther would be better than the warm, .k.hm.m. .h.- h. h..n changeable bating. w - - - i tm will .U. .1. ... the advertisement of B. S. Crewe. Mr. Crewe is one of onrbi .nan .nit a aat ummM. odatlng gentleman. He keeps every- thing In &.t. ll ... m u. I mm imo .llu wilt ww wnni i for, which he other store, no aalla aa Ah.lfi .1 in. malt mhmrm. H. eldee you can place the most Implicit reliance in hie representations of bis goods. The dwelling of Mr. John W. Wil .t..M. i tt......4 rPu.. awn, auuuk iwv nines ck ut &rwjr, was burned last Saturday morning, The Are caught lu the eecond sto...

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. — 2 February 1876

THE EROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 1876. Uncle Tom'i Wooing, Urandpa and grandma ltred In a grand old homestead In the country, .and there at every Thanksgiving they .gather their grandchildren. And what merry dayt they were to be are. ' We youngsters all assembled to the nursery and spent the two Jolly evenings Thanksgiving eve and It'haukiglvlng evening In playing gomes and "having all sorts of fun," as we praised It, winding up the fes livlt'.es by a repast, of apples and nuts, enlivened perhaps with popped corn, .which we popped ourselves with Infinite relish lu the glowing stove. Of. all the cousins, the prettiest girl was Amy Lee, a slender, sjkic.eyed creature with dainty little ways, and the sweetest laugh that evor was. Wo all loved her, but thero was one of the boys 'that by .common consent was. given the place by her side as being his of right, from his long-es tahlished.and pct-emluout dcvotlou to her. i uia was uarry Mien, only...

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. — 2 February 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1876. The Youthful Sculptor. Otto morning, more than n hundred yean ago, there wis a man In the lit tie town of l'oiagnn, In the anotent Venetian elates, who waa In aa (real perplexity aa ever man could be. lie vol hoad cook In tho hotiichold ol one John Fnhorl, a great senator of Venice. Ilia inailor waa to glvo a Hue dinner that evening to a number of boautltul ladles and gallant gen tlemen whom ho had Invited to his country soot to pass the shooting sea on with him. Ho had charged upon Ills cook to do tho very best and show himself a crodit to his country. Tho poor cook tried hard, bocause ho wits a (althtul nud cousciciitloiis vendor, llut at last his Invention had failed him. The tablo would not be coinpteto without an ornamental centerpiece, patriotls nud allegoric, nud tho cook, not bring a ttmn of much Imagination, was sunk In the blackest kind of despair. He really did not know what he should do. Bo he sat down and began to cry, as It...

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. — 2 February 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1876. THE. JM Ai m. iiirbi, nvmu. Mitora. fUKKE SHULTY. By a special telegram to thli paper, we learo'that the Jury brought In a verdict of gullljr against McKee, at a few minutes before one o'clock this (Tuesday) morning. ThU result wai not unexpected. In the faee of the overwhelming teitlmony, no honeat iury could have aeled otherwlte. We had hoped that McKee would be to vindicate himself from the grave charge and come out of the or deal with an unblemlahed reputa tion; and our chief feeling la one of regret that a man or hit character ana (.landing, should have deemed It nec essary, In hie partisan seal, to become :i thief In order that hla party might prospHr. It Is indeed matter for re iolclug that guilty men have been ex posed and punished and It will be well for tho country if nothing In terfercs with tho administration of justice to the fullest extent. Tho corruption, dishonesty and thievery existi...

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. — 2 February 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1876 Mr. From tie St, Louis Bepubllcea. Gov. Chamberlain of South Caro lina hat been provoked by Uenator Morton'a charge against him of "prac tically Indentlfylng hlmielf with the Democrats amt giving up 8outh Car ollnato the Oppoiliiou," Into wri ting a letter In which are itated aome truths whleh Senator Morton and all other partltana might study with profit. Why the Indiana tenator should aoeuie the South Carolina governor of recreancy If bacauiethe South Carolina governor reluied to commliilon two worthless and die honeat men. Whlpper and Motet, recently choten Judges of the circuit court by the legislature. And yet, an atniott unanimous public eonti mnnt, at strong and emphatic In llo publlcan communltlet as In Demo cratlc, sustains the governor In this patriotic actlnn and accepts it aslho promise of deliverance or South Car olina from the calamitous domination that has welt niffh ruined it. Gov. Chamberlain has good rentons (or re- fusl...

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. — 2 February 1876

I THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1870. Seme ertutjr bachelor doftbt1e! wrote, these lirjes, but thoro may lo m much truth a poetry 'in ihoio : 'Only IncV of golden linlr," The rover wrote;. Perclietine toulglit It fermetli nntter pillow lair AtMto.briiht." 'Only lock of e;nWii Imtr." The ineldcn, striilttiff sweetly Mid, At alio lalri it 'over the back of tcbalr And wont lo bed, 1 T, Dariitun lias resolved lo bo a traveling showman no longer, but when It was announced that New !llaven had a five-legged hone, his wtfo had lo litdo hit bat. "Go out, young man, sho'a not jlieir," said n Pennsylvania preacher lint Sunday, In the midst of his scr- inon, lo a youth whom ho taw stand ing hesitatingly in tho doorway. A Nevada Cliluaiiinii out down tlx telegraph nolo lor firewood and used tho who for fox traps. Ho was last fccu going ut) a lull. Thera was a mail after him. At a recent fair held In Daltlmore a chair was voted lo the laziest police tnau, but he was too lazy to accept ...

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