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

C. B. FAllLCOrtER. FAULCOITER T. T. JonitHO,1 Jr. & CO. SPIRING t. T.juniVMonr.Kr. JOHNSON, ii i , THE GRAND OPEIMIItfa OF THE SEASON AT TRUXTON, MO. A ROARING TIDE OF LOW PRICES. UNPRECEDENTED REDUCTIONS. A Large Line of Gooda Marked at Prloea that defy Competition 'JlVC Cili AfPta rii mmm i,i rJs Xj i7 Xm I.J 7: J - - t business me r rrreater varietv of sroods than We keep a full line of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Notions, Grooeries, Hardware, Queensware, Glass and Stonewaro, Hats, Furniture. Stoves, Tinware, Flour, Bacon, Lard, and in f sot everything necessary to the health and comfort of the community. WE KEEP A LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS, S4fOS T1B CiOTWNG, & which we call special attention, especially to our stock of Goat, Kid, Grain and Serge Shoes, for Ladies and Children. We DEFT t COMPE TlOy in both quality and price. .. V,.(",H'e" ,or.V-vlA'-r I ImUM In Hie country. Wo BUY STRICTLY FOR CASH, jrolllna nil lio (litciilints K.f Millie, anil b(!ltif-(Miiiniully hi the nmi...

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. — 12 April 1876

I 'THIS THOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 12, 187 6. "T - A -r T-v f'JBMMlKD nv FISHER & MUDD, I "" AT sjft.fto a Yarn In Advunao. "i IIATl OP ADVIIITItlNQ. J square 1 insertion, Lueh additional Insertion Administrators' Notice 8 W llinl tfrttlrmcnt Notices 00 tmv Vnili'M (alnde ulraT).... ,1 "U i-.u'li nddltlontU stray In same notice. . 1 W Liberal deduction will be made to regular tdvcrtlicrs. , , Advertisements will take the regular run l the paper. Extra charge uiaUu fur pre Icrrcd places. .Nu ecrtlltcato of publication will be mud until such publication linn boon puld for. i he non-observance or this rule nan been the occasion of much trouble and actual Iom. Our terms arc : Cash In advance, ou nub Iptluim; eash on delivery, lor Job work ml cat on ucrattmi, rorauvcruscincnts. COURT DIMOTORY. CincuiT CornT. First Monday atter the leurtli Monday in March and September. County Couiit. Second Monday In Fcb- i unry, May, August, aim aovemoer, 1'homaTK Court. Serond Monday In January,...

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. — 19 April 1876

nnxjx? ; ? f3 WTrT? at fj i im. T" '1 n TT" VOL. 11, TfeOY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APJIIL 19.187G. "'NO 10 TROY J3EKALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL TO; 1876. LOOAL AND COUNTY NlWt. viiuG(bNnlVAt.rniiklthiru wAtmis. t'MN Galltr JtarsUr la the use ntl iMirM aaul asateacsSI t ike ranltaatlarr faralsir Vaars MllN tor a New Trial. .The second trial of Meredith Wa ters, lor.llie killing of Miss Ella Cal laway last September was ended last Wednesday morning. At Hated In our last Issue, tho case .was glvon to the Jury shortly before three o'clock in ilia Afternoon of Tuesday. Tho lustructloua of Ilia judge perniiltod a verdict of guilty of murder In the tlrst or second degreo or of man laughter In tho fourth: tho Ant two Kiados under the usual ctrcumstau i:o4, and the last If the jury believed tho killing to bo accidental, but the result of n criminal carelessness. On the lirst ballot six of tho jury stood lor conviction of murdor in tha first niiil six for that In the second degree Had tho instruction...

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. — 19 April 1876

TH TROY? HERALD, WEDNESDAY, A FRED 10, 1876 TROY W&klt). WEDNESDAY, APRIL,!, 1876. The True Story of a Man who wtftLoitandFonncU Whom of my young readers litre not read too sorrowful slory of Euoch Arden to awcetly and simply told by the great Engllih pool ? It is a itory ol a man if ho wont to tea, leaving behind a tweet young wlfo and a lit Ho daughter. Ho was rait away on a desert islsud, wliero he remained sev. oral years, vhenho was discovered, unit taken off by a passing vessel. Coming back to his native town, he found his wlfo married to an old playmate a good man, rich und lion orod, with whom she was living hap jiily. Tho poor man, unwilling to i'iio her pain and perplexity, re Mtlvcd not to inako himself known to her, and lived and died alono. Tho ocin had reminded mo ot a very similar story of my own .Now Eng l.tnd neighborhood. When I will try to tell, not in poetry, llko Alfred Tennyson, but in my own poor prose. 1 can assure my readers that, in Its main particulars...

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. — 19 April 1876

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL.10, 1870. Tarns Beaton. Prom the Columbia Statesman. Tho First General Assembly under our First or Barlou Constitution mot In thu Missouri Hotel, corner of Main and Morgan streets, 81. Lonls, in September, 1830, and was composed of fourteen sonatora and forty-three representatives. On tho '28th of No vember, of i ho samo yosr, an act was tinned fixing the seat of government nt St. Charlea until October 1, 1826, when It was moved to JctTcrsou City. At this session David Barton and Thomas II. Benton woro elected to the Uiillrd Stales senate, hut they wpio not admitted to seat In that liody until he muellug of congress In December, 1821, because Missouri was not; admitted Into Hie Union un til tho 10th of August, 1821, tho date of the proclamation of President Monroe. Wo are indebted to Hon. John F. Darby, of St. Louis, for many Inter ruling facts connected with this ex citing contest, which we propoie to recite. Duvfd Barton wai an exceedingly iopuUr ...

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 April 1876

rrnB jwroy miiAito, Wednesday, apkilio, istg TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APItlL 10, 1876 THRU. . t'laHUR, I JON. A. ItlUDSj, ihibcoli lint been Imliclcd for com plicity In thu Harrington tufa bur glary. On account of , Him declining hcallh of Speaker Km r, hi physician nil vise hlni not lo become a cuiidldalo lor re-election to congress, - "T""'.'... . ' A. T. Stewart, the mllllonn re rner- ol.antofNowork.dled lMtlmt clty ..n Hie 10th lust. His wealth has been climated at mirlr.ii limn, rnnjrlnv oil fin- wny ii out -.'u,uuo,wu 10 iw,wu, Il 1 reported that an effort will he made to secure a trial of .Joy coon an itiillvtnictil lound against him In St. T.otiW, It being held Ihut hi cnnvii: ion In Jcllcrsnu City Is no bar lo u trial on t It u t liiilictment. Oiun omit or tho work boforo the investigating committee, and tho necessity of giving congress some lime to consider them without being hampered, it is believed llio session will lu-t uiil II tho middle or August or the first of Septem...

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 April 1876

THE TROYiHEKALWf WEDNESDAY; LVTOILlf). 1876. E PIANO! - MIUIH'il vAj'WHtM. '.Idtll&s, DANIEL i . Washington, Now 'Jersey, U- S. A. B. S. ' CREWS, Is Constantly Receiving Largo Supplies of PLOWS CULTIVATORS, IN THE Hardware AM) Cutlery Line. In calling attention to my goods, t ilcalru It spuclully understood : 1st. That 1 kecponly VUbft CliASS' MOODS. 2d. Tlmt Kood HIV Warranted represented. :id. Tint I cuaraiituo my pikes on nil (iimkIk n low n nny other dialer. I tli. I iiii'uii nil I nay. i ! In- uliul to furnish full Descriptive Clrrnlnr una "Price I.Ut, to nit de- slrliik' tltemhv mall or otherwise. 1 would uNif slate Hint I havcjiiM in idi-a (iCNKIt.VL ItKDl.'CTlON III. prices. LAI. UK ADDITION to my supply of Cookwj; tovc, and in t'icsv u. nil otlic'i'KOOd. I WARRANT MY PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Repairs Furnished for All Kinds of Machines. OLD STOVES REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. utlerlNff, ltfinff and nil kimlsof Job Work will be atteatfed to anywhere In ilie Couoilv. JEST...

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 April 1876

1 THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1876. MNMBUAMM) Mte rMfSmfBSMMTiSMMMMMMMMMMMMMSM Especial attention given to the tele of TOBACCO and GRAIN. Ft -ties wishing to be advised of our markets, will phase furnish us their tddrettet. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. tf HHHsil I VHMHHHSHUtVPa Ttite rtmirkabl hftrunwata po.nn capacities for musical eflacti and cmraaalon Mrtr bafot altalaad. Adapted for Aaauur and Prsfcatloaal, aad aa oraaatnt la any parlor. UT ttWHC ft MjtN UT mif- GEO. WOODS CO.. CambridKSDort. Mass. uABEMOMt . WaaklaftM M., BaaUat lit State It., CUcaf lIdfaUNIil,Ladaa. aluucal Jewaal eiatMclM ratule aad valaaMa ttadlaa maittr. yaar. or i.n ct nil a nuaioar. wd naaiDf r coaiam. mm utv, wwwus raciiiairc, tanappan, nan. i loC worth of the aatMMMcwd mutic. Twelfth and Poplar Street, Opp. Union Depot, la tha ONLT HOUSE IK BT. LOUIS wUleh devolva Ita antlra tlaa aad attention to Um tale of Waaroprcparod faaaaleL fTalaaaa with MOHH MATUaPAVTMN AND MUM COST 1QTMB VAMIB...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 April 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1876. Buffalo Nurwy ! THB PliACK. TO BUY Will Well U Unit ike Times. IAMNOW Mltinr tree tt the nnr mtv on 12 montlix time, without Intercut, tor li.:Ht,.cr hundred; fbrCaah at fin pur hundred ; mul 91.50 per d.srn. Pear, flurry iiml ilium trees, AO cents each peach in cents vach ; all other atoek about the aaiau an pre Imn ft icon. Won't rorjretthatoureartern neighbor are reeding apple) to stock with irooil result, whllt wo havn only a wanty supply for family uc.. AKo the cantcrn farmer hate thclrharrcbinf rider and an atituidauco ol tln uvatupnta vinegar, and hurts rlthcr In a runty withjthe. majority or raiiilHai. Anil yet wo most all cultivate 'more laml than U lirolltablc mul 'invn often nn abundance n wwdtatid worti nut laud that could be made protltnlilo l( Mt In triH'K. Iicnlika lmproiiitf thu condition or tlio land. A.. M. SIIULTS. ill , Trw. REDUCTION IN PRICE'! Tocorreitnud with tho reduction In price of material. I um determined tint ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 April 1876

THE TROY. HEKALB, WBtttiKBBBUTi AP11IL1CX, 1870. 'fROT'HIER'ADDi -jMMRinr fish fc'Mtrix Mil.no n Y-?nt ltt AdvimcB. ATM a ADVBMTiaiNO. I square ttrwertlan,.,. .,.. 52 Kacli additional Intmrtloa, . A Atl'iilnl.MnMiV KotlM...... 8 W I tmil Settlement Ketlc.. . ... i'. . "J j i ruv NiiIImm aliitrln (triV) Iv ,I0U Mi. li additional stray III m notice.. 1 ot) (.IImtaI dedaeUen will beinade to rcrulur rlvcitler. . A.ivi.niimontii wl take the regular run ct the pK-r. Extra elmrgeH made for pro lerrcd places. . ..... ... i 'k j 1 No c crtlHcatn of publication will be tnadc such puuiicaiion mm occn iiuiu lor. 1 1... nniiiiiMirvM!iti of ltd rule ha been the occasion of much trouble and actual loss. Our term arc i Coith In advance. m sub- t Iptlons ; cash nn delivery, fur job work ml cash on dematiu, ror advertisements. OOURT DmiOTORY. (,'iHCtiiT CounT. First Monday ufler ttic ourth Monday In March uiidSeptcmlier. County Count. Second Monday In Feb- i mil'), .Miiv AUgun, nnu ."sovcniucr, I'iio...

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 April 1876

TTTTr. II l' ',' Vjl".' ,m .it-. uij. ,t'jui u t'iiiua-iAi ! ; .111. MiSll ili Mi VQIii'lli"''-1" ' ), 11 1 1 ..'ll- l iQiiiii- I iu i ii itf i'ii I ' .l-ii ' J- i I I i ll Ill r il ii tJ 'i t TROY- HERALD. I J 1. II.. 'H( U llllti II i' LOCAL AN pOUNfY NtWt. is 'i -'i r -ni" HlKgiabetbam at Louisville, and UlgulnboAhamVQrM.at, Pip uey, are receiving and opening the liertutrbh4teVt ktdck df'aobai lb Lincoln cemntyt' Go and tee then. --7rr-rrrr".-jf-r.r jr.. 1 Our, citucusaro, busy making gar- dons. 1 , i "TtavTwo- Bottles'' a nooni1 by V.f will appear ncxi, wqofc, Handsome new' sties' of 'Calicoes, ft cents per yard, at iiigginbotaara'e lores. Alox.i Martin,; of Louisiana, and Dr. V. L. Sydnor,, of .this ulaae, loft bore last Monday for Texas. 11 1 m'mi New Stock or the latest style Spring and Summer 0rcss.Goods at S. R. Woourouc. Dental. Dr. Noel will remain nt bis office In Troy for the next three or four weeks. Persons Wishing work done should call at once. Always go to tho, Drug...

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 April 1876

J 1 ! L -41- L . t A. I J it ? . 1 7 TT ivni ua anu mo an DRIB hanging behind the kit chin door." And to, frith cheerful couutananea. 8am. Pantrni fookt hit departure for Tht Oilid Fitthtr. Market. Ah I cunning Sftm., before , , , , lb want, oiled hit wife and child, and "Come, brine ,me the oil, flask. I aw ha oiled hi servant maid : and there'! ft pat," aaldSamuelParaoasto I when'W turnip Ida ba'clf'opbn 'hie lils wife, as bi flalihed screwing pa a own door, he lilt smiling facts and iiewiocK to ilia frontdoor. ,8am, of gtau nearta behind nun, ana I war course, needn't have said "there's a I rant ho found thorn all smiling tort ct," unless ha liked ; but he uied to eel ve him when he catae home. WEDNESDAY, APRIL N. 1671. stsJallng'Sslo orfeWkonga 19 M BB thierrant maid. the Irani which shrfeiuVthougVfBiy wire from tho ihop ; the hoped she think It was a great 'stulma that wo men were called ill aorta of pretty "L hare great faith In oil," aald iiamea before they were married, but ...

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 April 1876

rraiiTBOT fHKRATTiWlHNESDJLYi;iAPlHi;26;flBT6 , rrau Harper's Xsgulnt.) ArchUrttore !"'. mr)itT1r new art ih talsoeoatrr, 'Mia has ha hail but llttle.earnest and lutelllcent study to we cannot be saM. to hare . any styles and cysteine peeollarljr out own. Yot out or our, necessities ttiore have frown certain Idlosynera lie of bullilfnf wtilch point toward an Amorlcati style. In tha absence of such a style wahara been apt to1 una inappropriately tha orders oi for lfp nations which express tha eape lal needsotlhQMeeuntrle,and those lone. Doubtless we msy Introduce from abroad methods of design which meet our requirements; but we must not hesitate to eliminate those por tions for which we hare no use, or to make suoh ddltlous as our clrcutn stances demand. j For Instance, In our pure atmos phere, where odors aro readily ab sorbed, It would be foolish, exespt In large establishments, to build tie kitchen apart from; the house to es cape from Its fumes, when a simple butler's pantry betw...

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 April 1876

M MARA 1 1 mm vm&w). not yet tee acted potj .c i illuir tha coMtrV dl1 Wurderers down r ...... 1 In Arkansas. FIVe were 'Moil GranteforWptelon again. W, rdteU canlpelg'ii lunlH-bnt of tjio rtopth ,of the, iret-iorvlco iuiui or tno department or junto. LcfJ(r'lieWent2 tHofian who doesn't Ilk. ,lnt9 called, Granfe rise runt explain tiiat order directing fro, jMH nf flu ,ienrel iimlaa Inmli Isuiw leclarallon of principles, which ap pears In ibis Unio of the Herald, It a liiodeDKaA.lllaHoUtwSlatforiai 1 arfeiSiorTOr Jbeg.r roltdn Dh'tidcrixt.'AtcA In "that clkybu tho 20th iiiit. A short time slnco he, had an altercation jvltji'.un emrjlpye f tbear'rolten7b"'? In which ho killed bia antagonist,! and wae at the time of bis death under In'dlcttntrut for iaur'dor'liAl second degree, Presjdcuji' Graiit has, repealed tiio bUl.cuitlng'down tho prcaldent'a sal nryto tln'old figures, ($25,000. He co.ildti,t,vcri,ouisfUUr-JUve done otherwise, after signing the bill in 1673 to Incfetto rift Wn...

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 April 1876

mad1 fete Wi inula ow;frlM.I tril Pavilion which guarantees ouieoiunoH school .fund from .dimi nution and misappropriation, audi its die ' only to support tion-iectitrlan common schools ; nd we denounce 1 sssa5tfwwi liivn ihnnwlii n Muff llieun Jnlrvtsn. I lltical audspctarlsn eontfoversyj TciithMVe beileVo'lhat lcohi law oropeily gliirded ,M Hie frito principle, lu legislation., upon tho liquor traffic. m Eleventh It Is not tho right Of any political parly to make toe' q t claims at the Uulou soldiers, (heir widows ond children the i subject of partisan controversy ; fur such rights are most ecur.e when protected by ill thspno yilo, and are endangered ohly, when thrown Into (lie political arena by demagogue.. We will stand by and maintain their rights to honors, to pctwions eiid to equal bounties, not n partisans, but because it Is our pluaturaauilduty ujillaptMa .it Twolfth-That iheWdlellorf of tho fodenif courts In civil cstie' has been so extended as to become' bur .I....-. .. ....

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 April 1876

THE TBQTHEBALD WfiDESDAY; APRHiiJO, 1876. mi lif.'.. : Etpaclil attention given to the ttle of TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to bo tdvltod of our markets, will pleat Airniih ut their addresses. GEO. WOODS & cos PARLOR ORGANS. ill i. I iii f I1 VkhhbBH rtmtrUM initniiwwi poticn etpwilic lor nu lieu tfltctt im upmaten rtrer Mfert altala. Adapted lor Amateur sad Profwilooal, and an onuatnt la any parlor. MttoUlN aval art may. Tf AUMOMBt WS WttUaatea M.. BUat li wUU M..Cakait iaLaaswUI.il, IIIDT VAT nnViVi-'Abidtig Mailed JaBrMlefMltcttdmiuleMdnUtUi rcidiai sultrr. luU f UA. UUKAXlA Br mail for li parytar, or t.n ctau a number. .Each nuabtr coaiaU fro i io s worm oi in nans mmcim auiuc. Htu, WOODS COw rWHmn, kimCfMfapon, bum. Ion nTtr btfort atlataa. Twelfth end Poplar Street, Opp. Union Depot, la tba ONLY HOUSE IN ST. LOUB wales devote IU taUr usm and atUnUoa to tut salt at XiESAF TOBAOOOi W(Mitnnl totawwtolMfTwtowaw wlla BKMII BATUVAt'TtO AillLUI COST TOTHE fARMM AXD MIPPEB 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. — 26 April 1876

.THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1876.' Buffalo Nuriery la run Flaci. TO BIY IK EES. Will Hell te'tfalt Ihe Times, TAM NOW cIIIiib trcoa at tlio nur mrv on it mouth time, without Interest. tor Sllf.Wrtfr hundred! far Cash at $10 cr hundred ; Sunt tl.&o pe r,drn. lVuir, cherry niul plum trees, Ml cent each prachlM cents -urli; all other "took about the same an pre vious season. . , Don't for set Hint oar eastern neighbor are feeding apple to stock with good rault, whilst we have only a scanty supply tot fuuilly itto. Also the eastern farmer liave their barret of rider and an abundance of the beat apple vinegar, and hero either I a rarity wlthjtbe 'Majority or famllle. And vet wc most all cultivate more land than U iiroiltable and 'tare often an abundance ol wattaud Wnru out land that could be made lrnntnbl II net In tree, bcalde Improving vuo eouuitiou 01 me lanu. A 1 Tr REDUCTION IN PRICE"! To correspond with the reduction la price of material. I undetermined not to be as ...

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 April 1876

THL . TOO Y1ILEHALD, WEDNESDAY; (APIUU2Q, 18T6. rjiMiiiiDnv 11 . hi . i . MUDD, if if Ml. BO a Yonr In AtlvAon. RATKB OF ADVKRTISInQ iMUin Hosertldn.........i..e.. 11 AO Kiich additional Insertion, ..'.il.. . $ Administrators' Notices. I OS Kiul XottlcwentNoKwM.ij.. . 8 00 Mrav Notice (slnalo stray) 3 00 i-iuli addUtonal stray in MUM, WWf. il 00 Mbcrnl deductions will bo iniifo to reular idvcrtlscrs, 1 ' AiiinrtUi'ment will take the trmtUf mn rl the papor. Kxtra charges Made for pre Icrrcd place. , , " No ccrtllif ate of publication will be made .iiitll such publication lm been 'paid 'for. I lia nAii.nliirviiiin of Hits' flltrt Tl hr'on t hp occasion of much trouble and actual hum. Our term arc t Cash in advance, uii sub- ctptloiifl ; cash on delivery, Tor Job work lid cum on ucmauu, lor advertisements. COURT DIRIOTORY. Cihwit l'01'iT.-rlflrit Monday after the otirth lotiday lit March and September. Coti.Ntv Cotmt. Second Monday In Feb- ii!ury,.my, August, anu .oveiuuer, I'Koratk Co...

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. — 3 May 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11.. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAY 3, 1876. NO 18 TROY HEKALD. ' WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. 1876. LOCAL AND OOWHTY NEWS. M'ftAFS Or C0VNTV IIIST0RY. ItccoilcctUas ! Captain Hlchartl WaMMBCk. NO XV. Cnpt. Richard Wommack was tinrn in llullfux county, Virginia, hi 1804. When two years old Ills father went to Tcmictsce mid settled near Nash ville. In a few years ho moved to Sunnier county and shortly after ward to Smith county, where he died. Brleo IlaiiiuiHck, who hnd married I lie Captain's only sister and ooiiio to Hits county in 1820, and Jos. Sit Ion, who camo hero in 1817, re turned to Teniicssco in 1823 011 n visit They gave such fluttering accounts of the now country that the Captain and his brother Hiram tvero eager to go ut once. It watt some time before his mother could be persuaded to leave her home in Tonnesco for tho then wilderness. SI10 finally consented and the pnrty, consisting of those niinicd abovo and Urlco Burroughs and Mnlcolm Smith, started 011 the...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 May 1876

THE 1TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1876. TROY HERALD. " WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1876. The Gambler's Fate, ln.tho early niituimi of 1861 a miner named David Yniiderdockon was shot and Instantly killed in n gambling dun in Snn Francisco, iy a professional blackleg who called liltMself Harry Scott. Not much fusi or Inquiry was made nbotit the affair, for fatal allrnys over L'nniT)lliif tiibliia were, nt that time, common occurrences, and to those who wcro witnesses of this par-,' llcular murder it seemed that the gambler had simply killed Vander tlockcn In self-defense, the latter hav ing been first to draw a revolver. So, in a few hours alter the fatal shot bad been fired, the corpso of the un fortunate miner had been thrust in to a shallow grave in the sand, and, if anybody remembered at all the trag ic circumstances of his death, It wns in connection with soma remark of compliment to the liberality and "perfect gentility" of Harry Scott, who had generously given 100 to bury tho man he ha...

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