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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 May 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY MAY 17, 1870.' Tirt mif kir Ruatarit f.New York (Sun). ' -' t Itear they're liavlntr irrcnt goon timillmj uuw over on Long tslatid," said Mr. Mticniitcr, In the Ueardlug liotte,iat night. "Are they?" salil Sir. Mugufflu. "I never had ch luck shooting geese." "I suppose not,' hmIU Megruiler, tioiuunssionately ; "not much used to firearms, Vryt I never mil about vecio but what t think, ol a day's sport I had down on Shtnuecock Day me tiny lant yiwr. Tho geese were Hying very thick, and 1 took my V Hun and" Your V gnu?" Interrupted Mr. Magoffin ; "what la a V gun?" You will learn further on In the narration," answered Mngrutler, con tluulnghti etort-"and went down there. One morning we saw coining tip from the South what I suppose was tho biggest flock of geeee that uver flow. They came along In their usual way, flying (n a triangle, with the leader on tho point toward us. 1 yol a rlsliurma.il to help hold the V gun, and I took aim and lot her go. Tho charge...

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. — 17 May 1876

THli TBOY HEBALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1876. :roy herald F7M8HK BY FISHER Ac MUDD, AT Ml. SO n Year In Advance. RATI! Or AOVIllTrO." i square 1 Insertion,, 1 M Knch additional Insertion . 15 Administrators' Notice 00 Final Hettlemant Nstlee 00 Mrsy Notices (single iray) .. 3 00 r.ach additional stray In same notlre. . 1 09 Liberal deduction will be made to regular advertisers. .... , ., , Advertisement will take the regular run el the piper. Extra charges made for pre Icrrcd place. m . , , . No certificate of publication will be made ;ntll audi publication lina been paid for. The non-observance of tul rule baa been th amoxIah of much trouble audautual loin. Our terms are s Cash lu advance. on ub- Iptlou cash on delivery, for job won nu I cash on demand, for advertisement. I. O. O. P. Troy Lodge No. MI. O. O. K. meeta every (Saturday night at their hall In the Wlthrow block. vmUng members Invited to attend. it. W.H. Wklls. Sec'y. K. A.TKAIL.N. O. A W. s A M Troy Lodge No. 34 A. F. A A....

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. — 24 May 1876

THE TRQ3 HERALD. VOL. 11. 4TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAY 24, 1876. NO 2 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, HAY 24, 1878. LOCAL ANB) COUHTY NIWI. srr mw csvirrv nmn Maeallaetsaas ml Cats. Bleb, asaek CaatlaaesU WO XVII. When Capt. Wommack aettled on the Moore farm In 1828 hla neighbors were Philip Sltton, a mile and a half cast, where the widow of his aon, II . It. Sltton, now lives ; Mra. Sltton and her aon, tho late Wm. D. 8ltton, nbout three-quarters of a mtlo north west, wlioro F. X. Lalor now lives ; Urlce Hammaek, near by on the same tract of land; Martin Hammaek, thile and a half northwest, near the present Copper spring school house, on the farm belonging to the estate of the late Richard Barry ; Ouyan Sltton, two inttoa east, where Ml chad Lynch now lives. Just outside of theso were William Harris, near Mill creek, on the farm where Fratik Koster lately died, who married the slop-daughter of Lawrence B. Sltton In 1818, the first that took place In the county, north' of Culvre ; Capt. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 May 1876

I TROY HEfcAlb. WEDNESDAY, MAY 34, W7I. Adam ilidge'i Gold. Mr. Adam Flldge af. Middy brook returned front California after an ab sence of two years, bringing home with htm seven thousaad dollars 1st gold. This snug sum was considered a fort u no In Muddybrook ; and Muddy brook accordingly extended lie arms to receive the amiable Adam, altho', I am sorry to say, the Flldge family, being poor, the young adventurer had novcr been appreciated by his own townspeople until the news that ho had mode Ills fortune ia California opened their eyos to his extraordi. nary merit. All black, and bearded, and uiffslthlost, he went to pour out his tor- couth In Ids winners as Adam wan, ho wat caressed by the tint people In Muddybrok people gay and proud, who had formerly noticed Adam uo more than If ho had been a dog. And Adam, froth from tho society of barbarians, and altogether unac customed to the smites' of the tendor ex, was flattered, bewildered, das I l:led by the bright eyes whieh beamed fo...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 May 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1876. KrLNCTMNH. rraa the Pen Tobacco, (Md.) Thaei.l In this Centennial year, whilst tht country U aglow wltn trlntlim and orators delight to tell us ot the herolin of oar Revolution ary sires, It may do good to sprinkle one cold drops of tnortitleatlon upon our aery valn-glorloueneee In ordor to dampen our ardor Into sober thougbtfutnese and profitable reflect Hohb, which may lead to amendment, In this view, a cotempoary, Inform lug us that It la proposed to remove the remains of Uobert Morris from the vault of Christ Church, Phlla delphla, where they have reposed since his death, to bts final resting place during the centennial oason, and- to erect a suitable memorial to his name, reminds us, by a brief memoir of the life of this grand pa triot, not only of the proverbial In gratitude of Republics, but of the difference between the patriotism of the present and of the past. Robert Morris was a natlveol Lan- caihlro, England, but came to Amer tea...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 May 1876

THE TROY J HERALD ''WEDNESDAY, IMA. &LV 1876. TROY 'J HERAED. THBOHa.fBftl jos. a. MtJfca, Tho QfclbpjfcNfl IMPftiiHlruc toil their, elr delegates . to. the national convention their flnt choice for president A comniuntoaifoVfroiD Troxton touching npon ipmo'of our political ufcplrkiiti, wu unavoidably crowded out this issue. It wilt appear noxt week. Dr. Julius Brandt, W. S. Money mid P. Wright, woro elected by the Republicans or Warren county to represent tlicin in tho state Republi can convention. They woro not In stiuclod in tMJrmffBtnjT any pfosl dcntial MP0-tlOj;..r 'l he Jiazoo is the name or a new pupnr jutt started at Wellsvllle by McQue Ss DuBols. It says It can't tnko tides we sappoie It moans not lltlcally for its anus reach out after all ; like the grapevine, orecps after everything that will sustain it. Wliile Tlmrmau and Hendricks an dear to bo tho favorites of tho West uuioug tho presidential aspirants, Tildon is not without a considerable Mretigtb. Your Western D...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 May 1876

cKn aaa HUgnlM CJeastartiiMr 1IM In TaslrNatv QMaVfa i (From the St. Lout Tins. Tho conitnitnieuu were,iiiae out, but not served until lain Imthe after noon. Mr. MoKeo asked time f6 raise tho nmouut of Ml fliie, 910,000, which was given hlui. About the tnldillo ot tho afternoon ho aant to l he Marshal' offce the satisfaction of the fine. Colonel Magulre ardved'nbout 8 o'clock and received the nows of the Issuouf l lie commitment. Quite a number ot hi acquaintances met hi in in a (torn on Third struct and offered lilin a friendly hand. At i:'M In tho afternoon McKce and his uiauuiilnit editor, J. It. Mc.Cul liitfh, were driven iiiin canitiifo to Jailor Schullor's residence, In the roar of tho Jail, where they alighted, and had a consultation with the inllor. The result was that thoywaro shortly afterwards adiulltml to tho' J nil through a buck door by deputy Jailor Donu. As McKee and MrGiiIIiiuIi ontoreil Irom the roar. Con Mayulro and T. A. Kunis entered by tho iront door, being auu...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 May 1876

.1 THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1876. &mm Hmrm ! ! wat Hook. Vnk, see nere. prMtf.niitrapiiir Why taea ao yon waM aaeney on awiauier i In trad mbiI ta the M reliable bouae of llaatar A Co. Kataldlabe.l In law. W tuppir all aooi. an gooai ami at lowen rate. sndnrtaaM oriar". Tmn a r un rrua, llet Howto WlaaHweetHrart.ao et Clolden Wheal IVrtuae Teller, 40i- Itook of lv Letter, Ite I Boaiag Made Kr Horgaa' Maaeary Kaaoeei). sftet lluatere (illlde, He ( tiraagera JCxpoaed, 1M pp. H- 19 CHEAP luatrateu, aan; now iv wrue anon naaw. Dee Hew to aaittae aa evening Party. SOr; lanclag raede eay. Mcs How gambler win, Me i Uap-y ear Card. Courtship t.'aril. rartuaa Telling Card. Lava Maklaa L'arde. 4 klad each la caa only Hoc t ('omptelc wpr Ejptolil attention givtntotht tilt of TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to bt advitod of our marktts,' will plaaat furnish ui thoir addrassts. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. i aaaH $ Tke rtmarkabl inilrumtnli miku capacitta for musical t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 May 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WDNESDAY,MAY 24, 1876. IMtr coloalol ssarotsuioamnr " ' , no. " '-a From Ippletotta' Cycrapadla. Ill the beyliiiilntf of tlio Revolution Variety ur Arii weru displayed hi the revolted colonies. The "Union fluff!,' mentioned to frequently In the news papers of 1774,- were tho ordlnar English red riiilgns, bearing the Union Jack. I'hcto generally bora oine mtilotlo motto, a "Liberty," "Liberty and Property," "Liberty aud Union," eto. It U uncertain what fluff, If any, wa nsdd by the American at Uuukor IE 11 1. That tils flayed by I'nluain on Prospect Hill, on July 18th following, was red. with Qui tramtttlit tuttinet on one aide, nnd on the other, "An appeal to I Ion veu." The first armed vessels uotiiiiilssloned by Washington failed under the plno-tree flag, a white Dag bearing a green ilnu-treo. The lint Ifcpuulloaii flag unfurled In tho eouthcru elates, blue with a whtto crescent. In the upper corner next to (ho stall, wan designed by Col. Wil liam Moultrie, of Ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 May 1876

THUi TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1876. TROY HERALD l".fM.IMIKH BY FISHES! &, MUDD, AT Ml.no n Yon a In Aslvnneo. HATM OF ADVIRTliTNO. I square 1 Insertion. f W I'fiti ..Mi-lnnal ln.,trfliin in Aii:nlnlMritni' Notice 3 00 Final Settlement sotiee w tray Notices (slnglo stray) .. 3 l-.iiili additional stray In same notice.. 1 0)1 Liberal deductions will bo matin to regular idvcrtlxcr. .... , . , Advertisements will tike Hip regular run cd thti paper. Extra charges mado rur pre "no wrUttcate of publication will 1e made titll such pulillcatinn ha been puld Tor. i im nniirf1nnrvaiicn of till rule linn been i tin m-i'iulMi of much trouble and actual loss. Our term are : Cash in advance , on sul i lpllonm cah on delivery, for job work ml cash on uetnanu. tor auvcniscincnis. ' COURT DIRECTORY. CincuiT Coukt. Flint Monday alter the mirth Tilnniliiv In Marrh nml Sf ntcmbrr. County UotmT. Second Monday In Feb i uury, stay. August, ami aoverauer. . 1'iuiBATK Oouiit. Second Monday In Janu...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 May 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAY 31, 187G. NO 22 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 81. 1876. LOCAL AN OOUNTY NtWt. M1RAPH r COUNT Y HISTORY RecatlectUN ! Vpt. Rick. MKck Cailime1. Warn NO XVIII. The first totilon that came into dipt. Wutnmack'a uelif hliortioud wero Daniel Clare, hl half brother, Allen, and Jan. Gllmoro, the father o( John T. Gllmoro, and the first hu band of Capt. Wommack' tocoiid wife, alt from Grab Orchard, Ken lucky. Allen Clare lived and died on Hie nloco whoro WnirC. Porter now liven. Capl. WomtilHck left tho forks of Culvro in 1828 and settled where Jnnic 8. Wilton now Hvoi, in Waverly township. No one then lived north of him to tho county line and none east between btm and Sain uel Smiley, near Auburu. The cap tain corroborates the testimony of overy old settler that these were the happiest days of hU life. All was so ciability and kindness. Gauto was nbuitdantand the chase and.huut were among the chief pleasures. The cap tul n himself, tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 May 1876

THE mOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1870. Miis Peveriil's Pride. "I never heard of luch imperii neiico." laid Ague Peverill, throw lug down the letter the held, and half crying in her vexation. "How dare lie wrlto such things to mef What business hat ho to love me? Ho never would have dared write like thta If If nana wero alive and we lmd not loit our money." "You may thank yourself for thl," tald Grandma Pevorlll, looking over her spectacles with an air of concern "You have amused you noil constd rrably with Harold Helper, to my certain knowledge. When one dan ces, one muat pay the plprr." "I don't understand you, grandma, I certainly never gavo him a shadow of encouragement, I havo guessed for some time that he- that he didn't dislike me, you know ; but I never dreamed that he would dare aay aa much. Pana'e clork I Why, I've seen him sweeping out the office, and his finger as Inky as Caddy Jelly by't." Men aro.audaclous creatures," ob nerved gr...

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. — 31 May 1876

f TH. TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1870. Kkw Uoi Mo., May 16, 187. AVMore Herald: Feeling ralher In communicative mund nml being nl peaco with all mankind, and hav ing uo gnawlnga of conscience, hun ger, nt mosquito, and being In Iho midst of the feathered songsters, (he fragrance or wild flower, with (he St. Louis, Keokuk and Northwestern railroad flowing geutly at my feet, In full view of the proposed site of GU bralier,ntid almost within the shadow of that beautiful euiluuiiuu, you will nt once reallxo tliat.lt li nut si range, that I "speak out In meeting". The father of watt is It nt present slowly lifting hU mortgage, which lias been rather burdensome onjlauds iiloug hi margin, and It Inspiring oino hone In thu breast of our but tout farmer. It In quite a distinc tion to live on the grandest rlvur in the world aud he a tiller of the soil in the Urgent valley ; but noverthu- letisa serious hoi buck to farming operations whou he assert his an . ctcut prerogative of taking pos...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 May 1876

' THE1 ttid? HERALfr; tVEbfeiSlJAV,1 M&Y 31l, J18T(I. JON. A HUB. ' J " FOB CO DRESS, C. MB. THURMOND, or LINCOLN COUNTY. C. B. Wilkinson hat been granted n coiittiiunnoo until (ho 8eptomber term of theDislriot court at Jeffer- HOI) City. It was Don, Don, old Simon's ton, that Grant took Into hti cabinet In order to secure the Pennsylvania del egation for Conkllng. We wonder if Morton and Blaine j consider it a lourco of coniolatlon t hat Grant liaa bought up the Penn sylvania delegation for Conkllng? When the roll of the Ilepubllcan ' executive committee was called at Jefferson City Inafc weok, ono momber was ahient Col. Joyce. Ho wat ac counted for, however, by the warden of the penitentiary. All the Bepubllean atate conven tloiiB endorse Grant's administration, corrupt as it is, aud as large narabers of the rank and file of that party ad mil; but like "Uncle Jako Merrell," they doubtless think "Grant can do them a great deal of good, especially iu tho South." If all accounts ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 May 1876

THE' TBQY HERALD, ."WBDNSDAX MAY.31., 1876. Availability tm ke the . From tlio.St. LouIk Time. While Him llepubtlvaiia mo divided anionic themselves, and their cntull hue fur thn Presidency are bitterly opposing each other In the struggle for thM very questionable prlie, Hie Cincinnati iiomiiiatiun, It la one of the most choerlng aijrita of the tlmos that tho Damourats nre quietly, calmly and liuriitoiilomly considering tho quetifon of the boat and moat available candidate. With thorn It It no iiHi'sonul Utile ; no mau la ro irardcd) a having peculiar clalim tiliun the Democracy ; no section I entitled to nnme tho candidate for I ho highest office in tho gift of tho people. All the prominent Demo crats who havo been mentioned lor the first place ou tho ticket are good iiD I Hvuliublo men ; all aro so. ro cog nized by Democrats ot all sections mid all shades of opinion ; any ono of them wouui receive tue assured uera ocratic voto in all the States. But there is a heavy voto that is n...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 May 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDKESDAY, MAY, 31 1870. E.peolal attention glvtnto tht tele of TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to bo advised of our markets, will pleeat furnish ui their addresses. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. Th remarkable hutrumtntt poutu capaclllee for mutlcal effect aad timuion never before attained. Adapted for Amateur ud Profeuiona), ad aa ornament in aay parlor. HT ImtaM KtV ItyM W ( GEO. WOODS A CO., Cambridgtport, Mut. WAIHMOlIi OSWatMattoaM., Beittai lflttUt.,CHea It Mill, Ui4a. VHP VAT nmfltfl A leading Musical Journal of eelected muilc and valuable reading, mailer. 1 UJJ T UA UUaUin A By nail for i par year, or tan ctnta a number. Each number c.atalaa from i to ft worth of the Caett (elected music. GEO. WOODS It CO Publisher, Cunsrlotporti Maw. 1-3 Bj -CmW '1' '1' VM)ltMnNr(Nml!rlfrht. 0Agt watttod everywhere. Addre.-, DANIEL IP. BEATTY, Wtihington, New Jersey, U- S. A. TwVImJJE0QIb - I M emiMeaeaaaaeMf. Twelfth and Poplar Streets, Opp. Union Depot, ti the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 May 1876

THE TKOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. 1870. laaUvMMal inffiMllilct. v I vAII dlsforent ItiitlviritiaK .if ercrjr pedes, howovcr llko I hoy may bo hi their flrt stages of life,, become In l ho further' cottrto of tliOli ojllslciiro lust llko to ono tnntliei'. Tin jr dcvl ste from ono anolhur In moro or less imtioi'lnnt peculiarities, and Jhls it a natural consequence nl the illfloront rowllltous.untler which the Imllvlilu hIi live. Thero are no two tingle In dividual 'or any apectea which can complete their Wo tiHilor cmcity the aaino external clrcumslaces. The' vl- tal comlltloua of nutrition, ot molt lure, air, light; lurther, tho,vitul.con tlltltlous of society, tho Inter-relations with surrounding Individual! of'tho name or oilier species, are illU'erent in uvery individual being; and this dlf lurcuce lint affects the functions, and later chnngns tho form of every individual organl in. If the children of n human family ahow, even at tho beginning, curtain itidivlduul luc iiallties...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 May 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MXY31, 1876. TROY HERALD FISHER c MUDD, AT (t1.no a Ymi- In Artvunon. RATM Of A0V1IITI1III0.71 1 square 1 Insertion ft JO Kmh additional Insertion . Administrators' Xotlces Klmil Svttlcuietit Notice HI Mray Notice (lnglc stray) .. 3 W r ti.-li additional stray In same notice. . I 00 Liberal dcdactlons will lie made to regular " Ailv rd'setnents will tske tho regular run cl the nH:r. Extra vharges made fur pre k'x?uln"to of publication will b made until kiu-Ii publication ban been paid for. i.n nnntlMiTvanpc of till rills ban been thf occasion of much trouble ami actual Iom. Our term arc: Cash In advance, on suIh ciptlon; cash nn delivery, for Job work ml cali on demand, rornuverusemcnt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. " lUrtiKT. Kov. Mr. liurnhsm, pastor; wr vice on second and tmruBuuuay, uioni Ing nml evening. I'uniMTtiv -IRIil. Wm. Melosn. nsstor service llrst and tlilru Hondo lu earh moiitli. morning and evening : nrjycr meet' ing Wednesday evening. Mktiiomimt K. So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 June 1876

VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 7, 187G. NO 2! THE TROY HERALD. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUKE 7. 1870. LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. MiRAPN or COUMTV IIINTOItV. Itccollcctlani ml Vmvu Rich. Wont mnck Cwnilaucd. NO .'IX. Noah Rector, grandfather of Jutnc Iteetor, cntuoio till county nbout thu year 1835 and nettled on ttio placo uow owned by Matthew Wlioatloy. Ho brought wtlh liiin Ills widowed (laughtcr-ln-law, Mia. Jane Rector und licr family, lie was a toldlor In the i evolution, though it Is not now known lo what command or branch (.( service ho belonged. Cnpt. Worn- m.iok says Hint with thu exception of John Chambers, Rectur wan thu old est looking nun ho over saw. Ilo died about the year 1848 or 3, aired one hundred and two years. Ills death was hastened by a fall from the door Mop. For several years bofora that cvoul he hnd been tcuble unci ro iitalucd principally indoors, sentcdou thu coiner of the hearth. Near by he hud a wooden puddio which, by being placed in certain posit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 June 1876

THETROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1876. TROY HERALD. ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1876. How the Story Grew. "Mm. Grey has a new boarder, perceive," remarked her opposite neighbor, Mrt. Llnu, turning the shutters a lilllo to obiorve a lady comn down tho Kept and croii over. 'A member of that select circle car rlei letters patent o( respectability," sho added, laughing. "Mr. Grey li morbidly afraid of any suspicion lighting upon one of her flock." Tho caller addreticd replied with oleinn animation. "1 prcsumo tho pcrion Is Mrs. Judgo Atherton. I heard that silo was to upend tlio summer In Eastman, and the Blakos have moved out in season tn accommodato her with rooms Judgo Atherton is In Europo." "A wry pretty woman sho is, but do you know what 1 havo known or where 1 havo heard ot hor? I cannot thiuk." And Mrt. Linn looked per plexed wbJIo MUs Harris knotted her forehead iu sympathy. "She'wns an Earl before marriage- Mary Etirl, that's it. My sister Lu went to school with hor at 11., and whe...

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