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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 March 1876

THfcflCROff II&AJ, i WEDNESDAY I f&RCHtfO, 1876 , ,C0LU8A, CAL.j lUrol;7. 1870i i' EMtort Herald.' A crime which seem henlou enough to shock a na tion, of civilised people having hoon. perpetrated In our county a few days ngo, Hie particulars of which havo Jmt this tiny roached u, I thonghl perhaps nu account 'tlio, lipyrlblfl nflnlr might interest eomo, of your, rentier. 1 1 ' On last Sunday a runner, an Indian boy, camo to town with, a nolo from tiolllton ItvhiK lit tlio vlclnltv or tho crime, slating that two men hnd boon killed, and nskllig the assistance of tho officers, Eriy yeiterdny morn ing I ho deputy sheriff and. coroner, wllh aevoral citizen, started for tho lilace whero tlio bodies of tho'clead ulcn were. I havo. tho following ac count or the most savago and diabol ical murder I ever heard of, from the coroner, Judge Plerson, of (his place, who stated about as follows: Arrived at. the plaeo whero the bo dies were lying In Corllnula valley in the Coast llniigo mo...

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. — 29 March 1876

Tlftf TtiOY HERALD, Vi)itfiSl)AYVAsJliDH,'lg7e. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAttCU 20,. 1870 J OR. A. VOJUB Hanton G. Doono It candidate for attorney-general. Tho Toledo (Ohio) Republican eon volition wautt Jtayea for preildant. The Republican slate convention of New York tuitruuta for Colliding for picsldont Tho Warrenion Citizen iaya "onr lloglo It lo bo straightened out." "Who hi thunder Is lloglo T Heavy storms, Inflicting ntucli dam ngo lo life and property, have been sweeping over all pnrt of tho country Judge Henry; of Macon and Judge Duckncr at jAudrnln, both members of congress,' It It reported will go lutfnro who Democratic noiivcntiou as usplrants fur suprnnio jmlgo. Tho MaconJKrflMiei a Republican paper, soys John T. Clements secured the appointment of pension agent on condition Unit bo pay a monthly In Mollmeut to the widow of a friend of President Grant. A correspondent of the Montgoin cry llay culls on Judge Gilchrist Pin ter to come out for congress, lie doesn't like the...

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. — 29 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD', WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. 1876 J c3TVTxrrr T. T. JOHNSON, Sr. C. B. FAtJLCOflUlt. . T. T. J0HN0.,:Jr. JOHNSOU, FAULCONER & CO. In I O V7 Notice Is hereby given tlint Uio Mrtde& THE GRAND OPEmitO OF THE SEASON AT TRUXTON, MO. A ROARING TIDE OF LOW PRICES UNPRECEDENTED REDUCTIONS. A Large Line of Good Marked it Prion that defy Competition. Such chances seldom occur, and when they do Me people should rush to secure the ben efit. A latsre increase in our business makes it necessary that we should carry a larger stock and a greater variety of goods than ever before during the same season of the year. We keep a full line of , STAPLE AMD FANCY DRY GOODS, Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Glass and Stoneware, Hats, Furniture, Stoves, Tinware, Flour, Bacon, Lard, and in fact everything necessary to the health and comfort of the community. KEEP A LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS, SttOSS AND CLOTHING, to which ive call special attention, especially to our slock of Goat, Kid, G...

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. — 29 March 1876

THE TROY HEEALD, JiDNESDitYi MiUlCH 2, !l87lw Especial attention given to the sele of TOBACCO end GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our markets, will please furnish ua their addresses. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. pi 9H If -I tli9illlllli i alDBHHHHHIeHBi w VaflsHaTsnLflaflam Thettremarlubla Inurnment. potuti capacities for mutieal effect, and exprculon never before attained. Adapted for AauMur and Professional, and aa ornament la any parlor. OT leUtaU If IT ttfUl UT miy Atn UfAAM A wfcw. a w. wkiiiuiiukhuui h. mani WABEBOOItt M9 Wa.al.ftOa St., BorUal 170 IUt St.. Ckkarof 10 tndf ate Hill, Lortoi. TUP VOT UTTMIVI A leading Mualeal Journal of iclected muile and valuable reading matter. I LlU T UA UUaVUI A By mall for li per year, or ten centt a number. Each number contains Iron? i to S worth of tha fiacu (elected mutlc. GEO, WOODS It CO., Publlthtn, Cambrldgeport, Mmi, Twelfth and Poplar Street, Opp. Union Depot, It the OXLY HOUSE IN ST. LOUIS which devote. It eaUr ti...

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. — 29 March 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 187G. WALLAOB'S Branching Flour Corn We offer for Mile a variety of CornoU tallied lour verno from n Indian chief, nt Urand Mitni.Neli. By carelully aclect iuf unU ttlantinar. ve have obtained varl , ty or com for which we claim the follow In points of excellence t Int. It In Uranchtns Corn yloVlnir more per acre then the common Held variety. 5d. It mature tlx weeka earlier than common row. , Hd. When around Into fine Hoar It pro .iioeallouranalotoit to flour mudo from wheat: even nn epicure Would full to dla tlngubiu between urend made from the two. TEJRMSs fc'orlM eta. we will aeud cnouU to plant "Vor l we will arnd enough for l.V) bill. For 63.6n,0W. bill. Addrea. RK1U WALLACti, Auliurn, Lincoln county, MUaourt, E11XI1TIO A.T 138 i Thl l to certify that I havo tried llcld Wallace' Corn Klour, and tlnd It even bet ter than lie renrcaont It to be. Tho bread Hewcetcr and lighter than wheat. JAMK3 NICHOLS. Tli1li to certify that Mr. Wallare Rave ...

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. — 29 March 1876

THL TROY HERAJLD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1876. TROY' HERALD vjbmmiif.i) nv FISHER Ac MUDD, tfll.no u "Vcutfr in Advanan liTIIfiV ADviTltlNO. 1 snttaro 11nortlon, ft M Kuch additlohul insertion Administrator' Notice 3 tj h iluil Settlement Notices IX' f Ifnv Niitd'p. (Iiiirlu strnVI il 00 inch mlilltliiiml struy In umn notice.. 10" l.llx'rsl deduction will bo nude to regular " jvnMU.'niPiif will take the regular run oi the imiwr. Extra charges made for pre- No fi-rilricato of publication will be made Mil such publication ha been paid, for. 1 hu nomohscrvniieo of thl rttle lias been 1 1... n.w.H.imi at much trouble nnd actual to, Our term are! Cash In advutice. un til- riptlotist cash on delivery, for Job work ml cask on Uetnunu, ror nuveruscmcnis. Eaale Fork Orange 1. of II. meet at Olive llrutii'li 3d Saturday or men inonin. (. O. LoVKLL, Matter. .?. A. Miu.KU, Scc'y. . Notick. Persons Indebted to Iho linn of Chan. A. & It. Schioeilcr & Uro., proprietors of Big Creek Milt, nro...

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 April 1876

M tf ,a.. r 1 1 MM 11 I Mil : ti iw i. . IV itM .-. i. VOL: It ! 1. ,'ii: ! m.t . i i H rill TROY HERALD; 1 WEDWWDAY, APniL;,l87l. '! LOCAL All OoilHTY UWtf. Am HMr Mmtmt taw M coamfy . voxiv. ' ' ' Owing' to tha fact (hat the roadi continue to be Impatilble, making it .too , laborious an undertaking, with our limited lime, to Interview any of our old frleude, the early plon oeri, we continue thla week our la bora among1 the old, muaty reoorde. We had hoped to leave thla ield to be laat worked, and will ao leave tbe greater extent ; thle for the purpoie of correcting many little Inacuraclea of datea and loealltlea that are Inevlta bit, and of comparing and estimating tho value of conflicting atatementa. To thla matter the note of Mr. Wella, aomo weoks ago, called attention; tbli la the flrit opportunity we have had to refer to tha aubjeetof hie note Doubtless there oxlsta eomewher documentary evldenea that may yet be obtained, which will satisfactorily eettlo tho locality of the O'N...

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 April 1876

1876. 1 XX ill troy imm WEDNESDAY, APRIL ft. 1871. meiaMti. dlffaft an the Baal Awkwarel tilrascs. (Wulagtoa eefrospoailseos X. T. Saa. ,A few daya ago be president fired , to talk over, In an iNferauU maimer, with the rjng ,thia ,of .tho District and their,, congressional backer, some, matters of Importance to lila household. , The President! real estaieiSpecuUtlous,Geii,rBeb- cocky connection with the Improve ment of certain reservations, auel llallet Kllbourno'a Imprisonment for not producing Me prrvato booka, ex posing Grant' eonMeetletf Wtlh lne real estate pool, all roqnl red frlenlly conversation. 'The private eecretary of the President, 'Ulysses 8. Grant, Jr., was handed by Ills father a lilt . a . 1 a . oi i ne persons , 10 pe sutumoncu 10 the presidential dinner table. Later in the day he went to tlie capital and personally presented the President's ' compliments, with the request that cacti iici'mim waited upon would be nt the Whlto Homo. to dinner that evening. General G...

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 April 1876

i.T(rcTiciituii(ini-n -inn acJatrJimlthcr, li m4 4 M lit 14 NtlheVame oil ttfcsaleol i J Evticro I brought youlomr ago. yyimthfr,! Vila ?wn mf Tlint I new like vlntcr hbow. Lot tit talk uWut the liable, An we sit here nil aloae, Sticli.a tncny troop of youngster, Jlov we.lcfttbsotoucby.otic. ..ii.nt ,ii h Jack, tnc flrst or all the party, Canto to 6ne-winter' nltfht. 1 Jack, vou kUi, should 1 spsrsoa. ltH before lie itw Uio light. Do roll mm tlwt green cathedral, Filled, tlio transept anil the nave; Hear the organ grandly pealing, Wntch the silken hanging ware Heo die priest In robe of ofllec, With the niter nt hi back Would you think that gifted preacher Could lie our own llttlo Jack? Tnen ngtrl with curly treuc. Uscdtoethuh upou my knee Like a llttlo fairy prlnccia Killing at the age of three. With the year there cante a wedding Uow your fond honrt spoiled wither Ide When the Lord of nil the country Chose your baby for liUbrldo! Wtitrli that stately carriage coming, And the fonn r...

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 April 1876

TROY HERALD. m"" oa-iaini , a ly . .mpt cppw WEDNESDAY, APtllL 0, 1178 Lily ruu la the InUriWafWytoely. niHm. i 'Dihttoi..- I I ll'l-l'. J!' 'I. Milan. Ma, EvanV to ntlnut (o mafntaTn lUch 1 1 lrarilns?'Mtabllaliaaak. aulah'i..i.t. payees jalgM laaWntta to to mads 'BTOTXOXl U. 8. INTERNAL REV, MOV. UUU' RMMMIMI Following Is ?.ry .ea.lblreag gesllon by a etaaaeh and tried Dim ocrak of the northeastern part of th. count yl It meet ear ylew. exactly ; however,, we would like to hear from John t. BlUlnger ottwVotMh Iltrald, IndlotecV for eaatptracy to dot fraud the government, ku withdrawn kit ntaa. ..ll.Uai Xt-lla... I w a wo aav-p ajj a is a; j guilty. Ule partner farerdleg HI. lusou pre s&eaamaa ESWSQKt PFf Al T4YK I averr tinman enffimu in nv DUiineia. ov. ration or employment which itrnUeiM tilut lUbloto a HPECIAD TAX. To rroctsr eta i Tr..;Vi '".uL ..TK ere whn'tld' BeTknWwae aecra. u bow aa m wa a au eniaini luei mbti i . a - The Mliileilppl Reptibilotn Wen TU?;ffLW ' tlon ee...

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 April 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. 187ff SPRING T. T. JOBtVMOIV, tfr. c,i.rl ft A 1876 T.' T. Jetfp, Jr.l JOHNSON", P&TJLCOOTSR A CO. TBI SEASON JLT to OIUAD TRUXTOIM, MO. A ROARING TIDE OP LOW PRICES. UNPRECEDENTED REDUCTIONS. A Large Lint of Gooda Ma&td it Prlaia that ttafy Oornpatltlon. .SurA chances seldom occur, and -when they do the -people should rush to secure the ben efit. A latere increase in our business make4necessafy)thatvie' should carry a larger . . j'.. - 7. ji z-a J.. ..: ii -it. .. - StOCH ana a greater variety Of goous man ever vejvre umrtng tne same season vj tne year We keep a full line of STAPLE A1TD FANCY DRY GOODS, Notlbna. Grocarlai, Hardware, Quaanawara , Glut and Stoneware, Hata, Furniture, Stovat, Tinware,' Flour, Bicon; Lardand In fiot everything neoettary to tne neaitn ana oomion oi ine oommuniiy. WE KEEP A LARGE SJOCK OF, 800T, 4fOSl ffl ClOTtHM which ive call special attention, especially to our stock' of Goat, Kid, Grain and Serge Shoes, f...

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 April 1876

JUST SO. lmot worlhle Wp'B6nrnlll clean honk, notion or even ch. Hem! II JPeBBeBBeBBeBn5BeBBeBBeBBKeBBMeRV..i Espooial attention given to the tele of TOBACCO end GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our markets, will please furnish us their addresses. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. Thru rcnarkaU IhmmmmmM capacttlaa for musical tSacu and prmlon.ntvtf btfor attalaad. Adipttd for Kmtxmx aafl Proftitloaal, aad an wumt ta any parlor. 0riMtahlVtvWiNarmr. OCO. WOODt CO.. CunbrldMport, Mui. . , WAlEMOHBt m WMklMtM M.. BaaUat if Mat St., CikifS! U taatate Mill, taalaa. lag Maaical Jeenul ofttactd rauiio and vaiuaDMnaaug raancr. or m cvnti a numovr. nunni .wihwi. hiv THE ?0I BjAiAVT fitofewcrtfcofihaTaeMaalacudniiiic. GEO. WOODS & CD, PvUbton, CankMctpart, Man. eHeeeTSMetfyB? Twelfth and Poplar Streets, Opp. Union Depot. fc)N ONLY HO UHJJ HI 8T. LOUS which tToto lUaoUr Una aa atteattaa UUiaaalaaf TiWAF TOBAOOOd Weave aeveaea IoT.tMi with MOBH MATtsrACtlON ANDUUM COT TO TUB FABMt...

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 April 1876

Branching Flouh Cmn Willi a (lt;jr lit I,, ilh,". i 111' " "il I itniri 11. mi iiii U iimiH l mi 1 if tr hak. vU ..I.'.. .. Ui'nlm .t. falltnal tha nuniM AaAa aa.ninlaaa ..M.e utiri41WdfnScb.(ily elreijilly 'tyeet In and plntfnif Wd nav qlrtntrirJ a Varl. ftr oC com for which we eWiuv the fellow. Fuif UAlMtf .. ..,,..11,..... in. lit u imnuainjt vnt yiei. int- mere a"" aetata HiBIlllf Kim ll Via aav! SO. It matures tlx wseka .earlier ir acre iaia,iiM mburoh bom variety. 41.1 t A M.Aa.u a I. ....... L.- At. tuaa awnn rocii ... . . n i tlllltUll TXIRMHi ForH et. we will acml enoujra to plant fin l.i II- For ft we will end enwijrh for MO hllle. KRIO WAM.ACfcV Aubnni, Lincoln munty, MlMouri, ; ' CERXTFTrcj AT E t naWLa lai a UMif. Al.aaA t.at,.. aJ...I tl.l.t Wallace' Cam Hour, ig4ndjt oven bet- ' " 1 .ttil.MMinniii.J ThUU to certify that. Mr. Wallace cave Mn atom it nf kla ilMnnlWHw VIaIip fne (r - iviiiiia I IVUI VM II fcVf a lira to ffinu. never laving ground auythlnir like It, I end...

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. — 5 April 1876

arid 7. Un I I, vli.i fWo'l Ml l I :' Sail r.-Ul; . .. 1 MHfl 'llMMMMj.nt'ti.Ukt.. fl 88 KMhAMnlOMlUiwfUMIa.U.. ...... .2 t llial MtMlaeaaait WtleW. . . .oil n eaefi addltloBeway lnf"' l,?" Mistral dlwlfpIHii iWJ" ,J2!'i?!fillA4ii.liriiW the rsaitierW ''KISSS.Jf mMlcntionVjIUtie nude nUI Mick pub eatiOB, hit been paid. for. H henotMbrvttwrf'ta )ru)e w been i V. MMjrfAii nf MtteM tMtlhhVAlld actual Iom. OurtCTMiirei 'WWriiiiep.uti sub notion t cask aenvaryifpr lob wort d cuk on deMBiimiWTcrUiiMCBt. wetimBcrBap IC H Mull ' Wea A' Alexander 'H c Megnider Tboiu A Ma lity Cbarle A aohreeder Bank Veerkamp We J Tucker IMmi M W eaten Jaw IHiUson 'CfacvtT Count. First Monday after tke i ourtk Monday la Mm A Beatembsr.. . Count V CoOMT.-WeoWMl Jiotfay la Feb- itiary, AHO January ry, April, July -Mid October. A. BV A. Troy Wig Wo. 88 1. 0. 0. F. neili cvry Viturday night at their halt In the Wlthrow block. Visiting member Invited to attend. JWo. McDoxald, Bee!. A. f. aVAlla. TreV lodge So. 94 ...

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. — 12 April 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNty, MO., APRII 12,1870. NO. 15 TR6Y jierald. WEDNESDAYAPRIL 13, 1676. LOOAL AND COUNTY NlWt. Wall Paper and Window Shadoa at the Dry Ooodi Headquarter. Parker, Wkkks & Co. Men's Fine Calf Boots 4 60. Meu's Catsltnere Suits t8 60. 8. R. WooLiroLic. Seed Oats. Seed Oats, of atrlotly prime quality, for sale by B. 8. Cbkwi. Head the new advertisement of that live hardware mau, B. 8. Crewa. If you waut to buy to your Interest, buy of him. At the election for school director last Tuesday, H. W. Perkina waa re elected for three years, The length of term was put at eight mouths. A friend of oura sent ua a local newa item, but tho gentleman he aent it by kept it in his pocket so long that it bocamo valuless. Wo had the plcasuro of meeting tho familiar face of Mr. Jas. D. Brown, of I'mnkford, who la on a visit of a few days to this place. 4 12 lbs Good Coffee for (1 11 lbs Sugar for $1 Good Sorghum Molasses 40o por gauou am. u. wooiroix's. Ladle...

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 April 1876

?HE TR J TO 12. 1876 1 TROY HE " WEDNESDAY.'APRIL 13, 1871. A nvrMKHK COURT DECISION THAT REACT! ! AVOR or TUB COffllTITUTlON. 77 ' f 1 t Aa Exctata, f ike pale tkat.ftav- laUaaeflavfrO), Ruekwar. Tke Cklflf . Janice ' Ra4ra Jaag Ml Caaaeasaatarr 1 Hi L (tegular Coriwpon. of Hie St. l.ouisTlmes )t, Wabinotox March 28. Within tha last twenty-foilr hour two events have' traniplred hero' "which aio of greater political significance than ha ullciidod auy' evuiit'ut iliu Jfational Capital Tor ten year. They are the itcclilon of tho Supreme Court In the Louisiana uforcameut act case generally knowii.u the "Grout Par- lih cac" and the defeat of the 1'ayno compromtco by a coalition of Democratic extremist a with the Re- publican. It is no part of my bust net to cntct" lutb an analyst of the political bearlug-of either of., those events upon tho cyp.uiry at largo. That la a taak that I cheerfully rule gato to the 11111080101 and philoso pher who, bolwceti drinks, grind out tho dolly quaulu 1...

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 April 1876

F fwiidtfcY '.!. A little mound of curtli alone, . , A lonifty lumittn gravoyaiM ulot, stay bjr Uratgrate, natknawlag whto. Wh.it nerd oT sculptured stone., (o.trtf What slept hcUcuUi wm lrypl,iig wcl. ) "What need,' (o know the slecp'tr's iinuio t To u or i,h "twin all tlio xuinol l.tfejs stnr MlUlMiiMvUMtti', Hu-StliJ tuft grave, iiotUtmwInK whose. U'KHWtbkluif'tl.oi'mro'fMHi S Tim rnil of dream our life. jdve birth $ TltcVlaainfnfe hfl Vt n't oilr iiuhW ;" V licrc, ii niAuiid without a an me ! 'A malted sod, M lonely spot, lly grlct lug friend t last lorgot I Not knowing wiioe. what worth tout JIIm imuie. Ins no or history t Did earth rrf oiinil onto with his crime, Ol lnuh.p Willi hl deed sublime; ,V.hii.bo,oU tluue o'er kiiu Imaga the pall UJljvljn Wcavoj. and spreads for uW Ortosfrffxe inllllon.irolia lnr. ' "n Whose step ar wuflivtl froin otri'lmc' shore A matted 0(l the only tri)e That's K'lt uk Isndmark in hi race Whene'er like uioone come to jnimc, lleldc1ih grave, not kno...

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 April 1876

THE EBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APBlL 12, 1876 TROY HERALD. WKPX18DAY, APRIL It, 1876 HIMIT CMTafRVIMSl , The cemaiunleattoa lb the JTerald of Itit WHk touching ttMH lha nam. Inatfon of it county ttekat, tllotled considerable commtnt among gentle nirn aiicnuint? court, and a mn. oral thing the plau proposed wet very favorably received. Quite a number, St. LOMie le Branarlna' tap tha m. p.l...fth.deleg.tto-th.n.U..;i hower ?ho?.htffi DeraQo,.iin .JL.i--. , ..., iJ".tw "ought the article not ex (hit cllr . iV. V,r f Tml. pi,cu "nou. he detail mat city an the 7th ofJuiie. hoBld h,v. bMn eltrtd . bu Craatdoesa'tliketobecalledGraat. we inrer, wai not the Intention You should be more respectful and r ,ho tu,hor- P' ' only of. ay llle Excellency or itr. President I fored " or,lde ,,,et or Inauguration That's what Henderson says Pierre- of ? y,l,m ,,wt wou,d obviate the . embarrassment tn ntfifok tt.. - I'Olll SSIP. " " his I'.ri ', ' - was subjected at the last primary Tlia aanala rnfnaail 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. — 12 April 1876

THE TUOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1876. B. S. CREWS, Ii ConiUntly Receiving Luga 8nppliet of CULTIVATORS, IN THE Hardware AND Cutlery Line. In cnlllng attention to tny goods, I desire it specially understood : Vt. Tlmt 1 keep only FIK8T CLASS UOODS. ttd, Tliat nil goods are wurrauted u represented. Tlmt I guarantee uiy prices on ull Uoods a tow a any other df titer. 4th. t menu all 1 my. I shall lid L'lail to fiirnlh rail Bescrlnllre Circulars una Price Mela, to ull de- slrlnjr tlii'inhv mall or otherwise. I would nlo Mate tlmt 1 hnvr Just mule a GKNKIIAL REDUCTION In price. LAUOK ADDITION to my supply of Cookiug Wove, uuii In these u nil other good, i Warrant my prices as low as the lowest. Repairs Furnished for All Kinds of Machines. OLD STOVES REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. .littering, Booting nnl nil kinds of Jon Work will be attended to anywhere In the County J3T Alt kind of Produce. Copper, tiros, ttags, etc. etc., taken In exchange for .ooiis. rieaso eaii umi see uiy goou aim...

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 April 1876

I .iHE'TROY HERftEDv "WEDNESDAY,. Al'BIL 12;1 187(5. o you wlhrtWooks Citnlx . .'ritita. l!Lahticiiuliir why lii'ii iiiretlrWmWntii niMiBvi awliullcrs ! Instead M'liil tu tho old i-ellnhte limmi! m' Hunter ,Ai.,J&Wlhftl In iww. iUtW AiiJUibllWilJl )gSl ami nt. lowe.f. nurs renu mr aoiiui in iiiciip. imiiK run of V'tin. I.V t How to Win iHfiertlk.n t.:.!i limiK I Especial attention given to the sclo of TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our markets, please furnish us their addresses. will GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. w sjsyjlssFM Tlieie remarkable Inttrumente poauaa capacltiea for musical effect ind eipretalon never before attained. Adapted far Amateur and ProMuloul, aid aa ornament in any parlor. OT iMttfhl Ur wlfm U retty. GEO. WOODS A CO., Cambrldgeport, Mast. WABEBOOMt MS ITuklif to St., Bottont 110 Mate Nt., Chki IS Lactate Hill, Leaden. mTTfT Hmfl VI A leading Mutlcal Journal of .elected mmle and valuable reading matte. I UA flUaVLrt A By mail for ...

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