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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1876. SCRIIKER'S M0MTHLY-H1B76 The pitoil-heM invite nttentlon to tlie fol lowing lint or wine of the attractive urtlclo -Ccurtd Tor Scrlbner'i Monthly for the coin. I Hi year. In the Held or Action, boulder, mi inrroun noxeltlt uud thortcr atoricr-, there TWO REMARKABLE SERIAL STORIES Ily AMKItlOAN A0TIIOK8. The ttret orthcKO.now complete i Jnj nitr hawlj "GABKIKL CONBOYi" By BRIT HARTR. Ilegln In the November number, unit will run for 12 month- Thl l Mr. Unite' Ant v xtcnilcd worn. Ths micnc unci character, which tlio author ha rhourn from hl fnyor Ite Held, Cillloroln, nre painted with char nttcrl-tlc vlvidne timl powers thn work I without iloiibt tnc most Krnphlo record of early California lir that huiiyot appeared. We al-oMmllbeifln In tho.taminry number l'lilllp Ttoinn ffVlml, lilt. tWOW YOUK I'AMPOIITs; Rv liDWARD UVUHETT MAM!. Themrncorthltory Ik laid In tin- South- we-tcrn icrniory now ioiuiihk mt lioilMana and Texa, nt the time nl Aaron...

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 March 1876

THL TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1876. TROY HERALD P'JRLItUICtl BY fe MUDD, AT TU0O it Your In (idvnnnn. Mima or aovirtisTnci. j square lMrttoa M Kach jdditUMul Insertion ilk AdmlalatrutotV Hotic..1. 8 uo Hnal tt.su.snt .Notice iioo Mray Notice (single stray) . 3 00 i'.noli additional stray In mine notk-e. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to regular tdvertlter. , Advertisements will tuko the regular run c I tlui paper. Kxtra charge mado Tor pre lerred place. ..... , . . No certificate of publication will be made until such publication ha been paid lor. '1 lie non-observance of thl rule ha been mi-iiiiifiii of much trouble and autuul Ion. Our term are: Cash In advance, un sub i lotions ; cash on delivery, for job work ud cash on Ueinniiu. ror advertisement. fllLlTAHY OHUArlKATieiV. At a meeting to organlso a volun tccr military company, Henry W. l'crklnt wan elected chairman and Joseph A. Mudd iccrotnry. After the liistiuctloiisoftho Adjutant-Gen era! of iho Hate were read, ...

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 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MARCH 15,1876. NO. 11 LOCAL AND COUNTY NtWi. DRAMATIC KNTMtTAIWBmSIT. Frlaay KvenlMf , March 17. Tbo Troy Amateur Dramatic Club will give lit second entertainment Friday evening, whon will bo pro duced Hint rollicking comoily, "The IrlMi Attorney," with iho costumes or 1770. This will bo followed with sentimental and coinie songs, and one or two African representations. Ad mUiloti 25 acuta ; uo bnlf tickets. Notick. Persons Indebted to tbo firm of Chas. A. & It. Schioedcr& Bro., proprietors of Big Creek Mill, aro enrncotly requested to call and scttlo up. tillw3. Tbo display ofEvoigreons, Fruit and OrtiAiueiitnl Trees at Duffulo Nursery is flue, and ccrtulnly tlioso wanting stock in that lino would do well to visit 6ald nursery. Have you noticed tbo great reduc tion in price for Cooking Stoves at tbo llardwnra store In Troy now is tho time to buy one and snvo four dollnrs. B. S. Crkws. Look IIkhk. Plain liorso-ahoolng with...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15. 187G TROY HERALD. ' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1876. BRIBES BUMKNAr. A. V. Basil make MM Mini Cesa parlsaaa Bstweca HI at antaiasMafe. iko Character at" (ke Ulan Ami tkat Cfcckfat4 HIM. Am a Media aesae Bclweta Mm. Belkaaa aaa lfc Wife at Beaaiar Blaekkans. ike Wklie Haase la fllaasa, aaa Ral, t re Order la Hit ReglsBSMt. ftt-areker fraai ike Tisnes. riillaaclpkln Uculsr Cor. tit. Louis Time. Washington, March 4. Of courie (lie Itclkuap nutter U the all-absorb in toiilc. Oo where you will to the corridor, libraries and galleries of the capital, the rooms of the depart ment, the rotunda of the hotel, or tlic tit Hug room of private citizen, Hi a universal inquiry ii, what news about Belknap? and the invariable topic i the terrible disgrace and cn lamlty that ha fallen upon tho Amor kjh people, and upon the good name of Republican tuititutioni, or will, in the downfall and shame of a cabl- net officer of the United State. Of course nil the iinmediato d...

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. — 15 March 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1876. from llio committee, declared Hint all came to mlngl with the trusted and was lout. To work more effectively reverenced rulere of the Republic, he upon Mil. Blackburn, the vrelched dreamed their droaiui, gratefully wife-brought her baby to plead for shared their honora, greedily bowed hrr. It waa one or the low cold, at their mercenary altera, and aoon ntormy nlghta experienced In Waah- waa one or them. Heaawthe ipeeu. Ingtou. The ground waa covered lator and the Jobber at the threahold with an Inch ofaluah, tho snow melt- of the White Ilouaeand the favorltea iuit anil fell. Asshonppraiodat Mr. In couniels. He eaw wealth JIMckhuru's it was almost Impossible gathored by hie fellowa on meagre t irn.umt her. A tilaln cloak waa aalarlea, and amldat the extravagant thrown over her, and herbnbe wna vulgarity of a aoclal organization that pressed In her anna. She had barelv hated virtue. Ho aaw that men had reached the Inilde door when she Ml com...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDKE8DAY, MARCH 16, 18Z6. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1870, JMA.RUI, 1 KMtvn. Juugo Tart of Ohio hat boen ap pointed 8ortary of War, via Bel kuip who ttole oat. Dclkuap was arrested and arraigned before the police coarl of tlio Die trict of Columbia, under the bribery act, and hit ball filed at $25,000, W w. Raploy going upon bis bond. And uow It comet to light, In tbo wide scope of democrallo iuvostlga tloui, that "Brother" Orvlllo Grant Ik interested lu aeveral trading post and baa been retailing out privileges at cuormoua priori. uapi. aaus' jetties nro a success Already eight feet of depth ovcrlho bare bat been secured, nod a three masted schooner, di awing thirteen ud a half feet of water, went to tea, on the 5th, through the channel made by luetn. The St. Louis Journal says thnt Belknap's roeord has a decided ad vantage over that of Mr. Davis. It may have with that party that thinks jobbery of the government Is a less ci line than an honest adheraucc to...

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. — 15 March 1876

THE TKOY HERALD. 'WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15. 1876 PARLOR OQRANt ESTABLISHED IN 1850 l'lKlTOHHAfAKIIM, flrst-clais, fan lMH something to their auvunugc. Aiiuress, 0ANIEL F. BEATTV, Washington, New Joney, U. 8. A OltDER OP PUBLICATION. Notice U hereby given that the under sljjned, executrix ol tlio estate of ilcncdlct Crump. Uee'd. at thu .Inn. term for 187(1 of lilt' lTooaio court ni biiicuiu cuim.j, n .1 M I imtillAH tiM lll.ill nllillllsl lor the iialeofthu rent estate of mild dcc.tl, or to much thereof aa nmy lie necessary to pav the debts due liy Mild dee'd, accompa-nk-d by the lists anil Inventories required by law nnd that unless thu contrnry lie shown : t ii orucr win ue inane lor mc sine 01 nam real estate nt the April term of oald court lor 187W, which will bo Iickiiii and held In 'I'rov on I lie Hd Monday of April, 17(1, when nmi wucrc uii person iiucicihoi in sum t t:ite may appear nnd show 01110 why sa order nf vale should not be granted, mars SAUNA K. CRUMP, Ex'r. BEATTY FI-A....

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1876. KDKR OF PUBLICATION. David Reed. Abnlo. Reed, Henry P. ftceds, by John Sparrow, tltclr guardian, hinI Margaret HMtro and Joba tfparrow, Iter husband, jlfa, Henry F. Reed, fame II. Ttccdn, John U. II. ucary. Oabrlel Geary, Mary .1. t'Mur and Kdwln Planer, her liujbaml, I.ttcy Ucary, Kllxabetu Ocarv. John Ocury and liobertGvary.derta. Now,1iareromc the plaintiff by their at torney, and It appearing to the au.lafactloti r Ilia court that the defendant. Mary.t. Fisher and Kdwln Usher, ber husband, urn nonresident of the Mate or Missouri ; It if therefore ordered, adludircd and decreed hr the court that aatd nonresident defendant bu notified of the commencement or thl Milt, by publication Inaotnu newspaper pule Hulled in thla Mate, lor four Week succes sively, the laat Inaertlon of which ahall lie at least four week before the first day of thu noxt terra of court, which aald term of court will be begun and held In Troy, Missouri, n tho llrt Mon...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1876. SUMMER'S M0NTHLY1I7I The iiuinltlicr Invito nttentlon to the rol lowing llstof mime of tlio attractive article sceurcu iop scrinner Mommy ior mo com' hiif veur. In thn tli-lil nf Action, besides till- tncrousnoiclctUund shorter stories, there TWO REMARKABLE SERIAL STORIES llv AMKML'AN AUTHOIW. The llrst nf these, now complete In our hands "GrAISKIHI' CUNHOY,' V RRRT HARTR. Ilcgln In Hie November nunilier, nmt will run Tor li! months' TIiIh Ik Mr. Harte's flrst extended wont. Th scenes and characters, which the author has chosen Irnm his favor- lie Held. Cdltorum, lire painted Willi clmr .tcterlMIc vividness mid power t thn work Is without doubt trio mt graphic record ol iirlv f!:illfiirnln Itfo tliut has vet aniicnred. We al-o shall begin In (lie January number Philip noimi ireionuM, ok. show om I'AUsroiiTs; tly EDWARD tWUBTT HAM.'. The scene nf tliU storvls luld In the Smith' western territory how WRlng the Slate ol l.onliuimund Texas, uw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY , MARCH 15, 1876. TROY HEKALD PUBLISHED BY FISHER fc MITDD, AT Cjll.ao a Yoni In AtlTitncn RATI ADVHTIIINQ. J square 1 iMMttM 1 AO KhcIi .KlditioMl huertloa iS Administrators' Kotlccs 3 00 y iimi 8euicnMt notice a oo tray Notices (sluglo stray) 3 00 fctich addlttouul stray In same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will he made to rarular KlvtM'tlnprN. . , , Advertisement will take the regular run or tho naoer. Extra charges made lor pre- I erred places. , Net certificate of publication will he made ilitll sucli puniicuunii wis ut'i'ii iiuiu im. I lie non-observance of till rule has been tlu occasion of much trouble and actual loss, rtiirtpriiMnrc! Cash III mlvilllcc. on Hill). rlptton: cash on delivery, for job work ml i-iult on demand, loriuitcrtisctiieuis. Oia orange llrdse Plants. Resides linvliip a general assortment of Miisuiy slock, iiicltiuiuir tne new mill in in vniicllt", I havo several liun tlreil tlnusand Osage Orange Hodge l'lanls. iif my own ra...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 March 1876

mux , JL XX Pi .lu. TROY, LIN OOLN COUNTY, MO., MARCH. 22,1876. VOL. 11. NO. 12 LOCAL AND OOUNTY HlWi. THH AJSJATEIjBte. Want of apace thlewoek prevents ui from speaking of the entertain inent last Friday evening Its merits deserve. The programme was a good ono, and the acting throughout was excellent. The audience was a large one notwithstanding the disagreeable weather. Several very superior plays are In course of preparation and will be put upon tho boards during the session of the circuit court, commencing with Monday night of that week. Alotof olegant new scenery has been pslnted i-xpretsly for these representations and no pains will be spared by the club to make these exhibitions wor thy of the patronage of the intelligent peoplo of Lincoln county. CROtrttEli Out. .Tha atrn.a nn nnr columns, usual just before court, bas crowded out this week's Scraps of County History, a letter from Wm. Trader, of Colusa, California, and much other matter. Tonxcco 8eed. Gen. Cockrell, United S...

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 March 1876

THE ERjOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1876. TROY JffiKALD. WEDKI8DAY, MARCH 22, 1870. Thi Utile Apple-Woman, Till)' wm up tlmt morning Mioon as thi earliest sunbeam tot (he churoh pi re over the wajr Into a twinkle, and danced down ttalrt singing gayly h a lark for that day the was to have a holiday, and holiday didn't, come very o'ften to her. Mlia Snip, the mlllner, with whom alio lived or Tilly had neither lather nor mother wat kind to her In her way, nnd gave her plenty to eat and drink, a comfortable little room enough to sleep in, and drencd her In quite n dainty fashion by altering her own littery for her wear. Dut Tilly knew Miss Snip didn't lovo her very much ; ahc never kissed ct caressed her, nor atolo Into her room after she waa In bed at night to sou that alio was all cosy and comfort able, at her own dear mother used to do when living. She wai only Miss sfnlp'a little errand girl, and her feet vcre scarcely ever still from morning till night. ft ho was a pretty little...

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. — 22 March 1876

(TBOli TKOY IIERAliBi, -WEDNESDAY MARCH 22 1876. aervlaai 'eeettaeaee, Thn Servians continued auhject to llio Turk for more than four centur Irs. Throughout tlitn period their condition was In Wnny respeclt a Jiapuy one. The rule bf tho Turkish jmslias was loss onprcaslvo upon tho lcusuntry tlmn Hint of .their own fumlal lord had been ; their taxes wore nut heavy ; they wcro permitted Irccdom of worship. , , At last, however, the old proud (spirit of the Borvlati nice revived. Tho plundering corruption of the iuluti, and the Inability ol I ho well disposed sultans to protect them from the exactions and capricious tyranny ol their own official, roused ltd Ions dormant but. at it appeared, not ex (luct energies. In 1801 tho ServlaVs loso In general Insurrection. They lottud a rudo but liorolo lender lit Kara tjcorge, n tort of marauder, or glj;on lie titture and impetuous courage. uiid after a sfrugglo of eight yean they achieved 'thlur Independence. Kura George assumed the power, and...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1876 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 83, 1670. THBt. Jet. At a. VIRHfias. I Elln. The Republican ilnlo convention will meot at Jefferson city on the 6th oi June nest, to nine the ticket for defeat next November. The St. Louti Journal (Radical) prefere Hon. Celcua Price to any of the other Democratic gtibernatorlal uiptranta. It can hardly bo tald that this it because he li hit fathcr'a ton. Well, New Hampshire has gone Jtepubllcan by about three thousand itiAjorltv a decided iucreoio. That Belknap aflair did it. If the Rcpub licaua oiily want to Increase their ina joi'lly any time, it tecma that all they have to do In Juit to let the average Northern voter eee how diihoncitthe parly leaders are, and how they are robbing the country, ry shlmlny vot aboeploal Well, the Democratic caucus of cm gi'csiman haa agreed uponnfliianrlal policy at last, and although it differs from the plan over which tho West t;rcwio wild last lumtner, wo have no doubt It ...

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. — 22 March 1876

THE 5TBOY HEUALD, WEDNESDAY, MABCH22, 1876. SPING T. JOHNMOIf, Kr 1876 C. B. FAULCOAEIt. T, T. JOBNfe ON, r JOHNSOXT, FAXJLCOITER & CO. THE EORAIVD OPENING OF THIS SEASON AT TRUXTON, MO. A ROARING TIDE OF LOW PRICES. UNPRECEDENTED REDUCTIONS. A Large Line of Qoodi Marked at Prices that defy Competition. Suck chances seldom occur, and when they do the people should rush to secure the ben efit A latge increase in our business makes it necessary that vie should carry a larger V . f A... . Jl... 1 - t..i Jl- Jl . SlOCR ana a greater variety vr gvoas tnan ever oejvre uurtngme same season vj tae year. We keep a full line of STAPLE AMD FANCY DRY GOODS, Notiont, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Glait and Stoneware, Hats, Furniture, Stoves, Tinware, Flour, Bacon, Lard, and in fact everything neceitary to the health and comfort of the community. WE KEEP A LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS, 04fO6 M CLOTfWO, to which we call special attention, especially to our stock of Goaty Kid, Grain and Serge Shoes,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 March 1876

'1$fcE-lL 1IAKGH22I M7G. iiryi.aawMOf ary,Liry .4. Khlitr Mwtn Flaker, her husband, Luey mill I "leaiy, Elizabeth Gearr.Johu Geary and llobcrtticaiy.dtru. . . t now, here come the plmntllw ly their w t'Tiic), mi J appearing to the saractlon "ft ho court that th defendant. Mary.T. 1'i-licritnd Rdwln Mailer. tier husband, aril ii"inildeiits of tho atate or Missouri ; Itu thcri.tbro ordered, adjudged and decreed by the court, 'that wld nonresident dcrcitdaftt Imi notified or tlio commencement or Mil t tilt, iiy publication Inaotne newspaper pub-ll-hed in thin, title, lor. four week aucova Inly. Uu last Inanrtlon of which shall boat leu-t four week before. tho first dny or tlo iMXtterm.or court." which aald term of court will bi;,liettunTaiid field lo Tr6y. Missouri, lii tlio first Monday tti April next. 10. not! tiling mid nonresident dctenilaiitsthat u Miu Ins been commenced ugaliist them, the iu t and general nature or which la for the !:!! f mid partition or I lie following dr i'I'I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 March 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. 1876 FURNITURE! H. W. KEMPER, DiAMCIt IM Furnlturt, Plotur Frmw, Etc, Etc llit on hand tlio torn mid bot nnort mentor WALNUT BKDSTKAD9, UUHKAirs ft CHAINS', WINDOW SHADES, VICTUItE Kit AMES, I.OOKINtMlLAHS PLATE. ETC., V.wt MthlMlrtt In Troy, to which he cnll t In.- iittfiitluit and uk the, litxpectlon ol eicrylmdy PRICES LOW AS ANY OTHER DEALER, UNDERTAKING. alio Vccps on hand a Urijo aort uiuut of Wnluiit Sc Rosewood Imi tation Bit fin I Cnskets. I n whlclt lineal' attention. mart I R.U.W00LE0LK HAS JUST RECEIVED A FKESH SUPPLY OF VljllK Drugs and Medicines Oils, Paints, Varnishes and Dyestuffs, PURE BRANDIES, WINES . AND WHISKIES, Vov Mecilcul Purpose) Which will be Mold at Low Prescriptions Carefully .Compounded. BEAUTY D?I.A.3SrO 1 Grand Square and Upright. II WILL V. DLT VT I Y, Vi.liliijilyii,NoWj.TcrcyrU. is. A, JAMVAMT. f JL I "I JL w t I r I 19H Mull 4 18 son 1 19UNH1 11 71 81 MM 22 mm 4 M VARY. 20:31 872889 4 4 16 w 16 8 1011 17 328S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 March 1876

V TTHE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY,, MABCH22, 1876. r 1 h r aiTf t i1.30 a Yoorin Ad-ras Isnttaro ltaaertUa...... ,..... flM Kuch additional iBiertlon I 1 Aiitiiintatralor' Notice W I uiul Settlement Notice ? trnv MnllMa faltiirlA atravl .... 8 Knoli additional stray In same notice. . ! 1,0) Liberal deduction wUlbeniodo to regular s i.mn wilt take the reiruUR run cil Uio papor. Bxtra charges milo for; pre "So i wrtlncato of publication will be made .llltll Sllcll pUllllcailOII DBS ureii iiuiutiur. I he non-observance of till rule has been 11m occasion or inucnirowiwniiuacuiai ios, UUriCmiATVI UVtllll Mllmnilll rim i lotions j anil on delivery, for Job Worl n J cask on doiaand. lor advertisements, Easlc Fork Orange 1. of II. moot at Olive Hrsiicb 3d Saturday of curb month. ti. C. LOVKLL, Matter. J. A. MtLLBR, Hec'y. JJoticb. Person iudobted to ihi Arm of Cha. A. & U. Bchioetior llro., proprietor of Dig Creek Mills, u ro onriiektly requeued to call and rcttle up. ' tillwp, The display ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 March 1876

LI 2 fi l)l" "t 701 ! "7f VOL. 11. I' LOOAL AND, COUNTY Ntwf. K(iun r cwoirrr. iiirremY.' AH Heur AMnvtka e)M Cesi'sUr BecoreYa, Tho first entry lit the records or Lincoln county, was made by John Itulaud, circuit and county clerk, on Monday, , April 5, 1810. 'TJie book "A,"' of three bandied and ulno pages, extended from that da(6 down to May'fy 1830. 1 On, the first men tioncd day, David Todd appeared wllh t commission from1 Frederick Dates, secretary of ilie torrttory of .Missouri anu "acting mo government ilioroof," dated at St. Louis, the Aral day of tiib January previous, appoint itic him Judgo of the tiorthwostcrn circuit, comprising the' counties of Cooper, Howard, Montgomery, Lin . oln and l'lko, w hi oh' at that tmo In eluded nearly half tho state. Judgo Todd wui probably a cltleon of Hoar ard county ah be qualified at frank lln, In Hint county, before Augustus Storra, a Justice of the peace. David Bailey, sheriff, made proclamation und court was opened tn tho house of Zad...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 March 1876

THE TBOY IffiBALD, TVEPESDAY, MARCH 29. 1876 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH , 1870. Helen Grey. Tho mild winter sunset's rare atolo through tho partially closed blinds of n small, but elegant parlor, and lln get-lug in the crimson curtalussonta faint, rosy flusii turougii ine room, in the centor or which stood two lovely girls, lust entering iho rosy realms of womanhood. One. seemingly the elder of the two, was a bright, sun burned brii ncltc, with sort browu skin, warmed In- tho rlchost hues of crimson thai ever flushed n cheek; with a who jo m miner of roses, whllo her full, per icctly chiseled lips woro of tho rich cut, brightest scarlet. Her hair and (.yes were as black as tho raven's wing gilded with burnished rays In tho morning light. Beautiful as a dream of Paradise gladsomo and bright as the sunlit waters that danced over tho pebbled shores on this resplen dent wlutcr morning, was tho fair or phan uleco of tho wealthy home, whoso young heiress stood at her fide a tall, Iragi...

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