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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 October 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1873. SO. Si). TROY HERALD, runr.tftiiKU nv FISI1ER .te MUOD, AT t!M.f n Yoiip In Adrmuic. KATKS OP ADVERTISING. I iiiaic 1 lnertlon $1 .VI J lacli additions! lltH'ttlim T.'i .Vl'iilnl-tr.dnr' Xntlcc. a ihi Klmd c ttlcmelit Notice :l oil mihv Xmlce-(single strav) . :i no Kneli additional stray In ame nntlm. . 1 mi Ubcrnl deductions will be marie to n itulur advertisers. Xo ciTtltlcutc of publication will bo mmlc ,iitll Mich puhllfutlon Jt An bwn paid for. Vlie nnn-uharrtancc or thin mlo fin been Hits ocradon of much trouhl and actual loss. OOURT OlHtOTOHY. Vinri'tt CowiT. KIM Momtav after the RMirth Monday In Mitrcli and September. tVii'XTV Court. Swomi Monday In Feb nary. Mar. Aiurtist, tml November, I'KnnATK Count. Soeond Monday In January, April, July and October. LOCAL AND COUNTY NIW8. Mr. Ira T. Nelson and his wife, of New Hope, step-father and mater familial of our senior editor, nro In town. This halo and hearty aged...

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. — 1 October 1873

THE TROYHBRALD. FIBRES MPDD, PublUhtrt. TROY, .... MISSOURI. " Sovereign Remedies." " It U wonderful .Suc-li wns my ex clamation' u, I eta-oil the jtcni'iil of the lo'njr llt of " soven-ljrii balms" which "y local' of my wi-ll-roml chilly rsiper lunl jLri'(ii'(l toin-tlier. " I wild, " There Is tio need of any more sickness In this world." Xo more co.i umition, nor corns,, nor worm, nor -turrit, nor b;ick-iielie. nor Internal do riitwitiL'tits of any kind, will trouble lonjrer, for tliu " ovi;n-lfii biilm'' lms iued thu sentence of eternal biUitfiiacnt upon nil sm-li tormentors of our r.iy. lint how people do dell-rht to tnku the " sovereign remedies.'' Tin- " Vermifuge'' Is most delicious, and "Cod-llver Oil" product thu very siiiierlatlve of delight. llrandn'th's l'lliY' ure equal to a war ranty deed that Joy will come in thu mont hly. In spite of ourselves wo cannot help thinking, "all or tlri I very wonderful.' It will sitrprhe many of my reader, no doubt, to learn that, notwith...

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. — 1 October 1873

THE TROYHBRALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TEttMSs S1.60 IK ADVANCE. ITEMS OF INTEREST. PtnoHl and Literary. Gen. X. I. Banks will cuter the lec ture Held this lull. . Ollvo Logun Is working up a new novel culled "Nothings." It Is reported that Jay Gould lout $1,000,000 to $1,600,000 ou his l:it gold speculation. Bishop Simpson spoke hi fuvor of wo man sullrage in the Mi K. Conference, In dliUiatiolis. Miss Mary O. Humphrey, of Fort Wuvnc. Intl., Is a successful correspond cut In Europe tor several New York pa pers. Mrs. II. 11. Stowe, at her homo In Florida, has kept open n school of flfty pupils during the summer at her own ex pense. Tho nanhurj AVu man doesn't take veil In Kiil'I.'iihI. The l.nndoli Athentrum mils his book "exceedingly ilull uml weari some. ' Pauline Lucca Imp bought u lot on Filth uveiiue. near Central Park. New York, anil will erect a residence for herself and her new hu-li;uid. A. 11. Mill', Esq., of tho Kingston (Mo.) Sentinel has met with n special st leak of good luck...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 October 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I, 1870. rnr.o. o. nuiier. J UN. . A. .niJDO, TUB KAST v. Tilt: WKftT. Tlio following tetter from Senator Hogy in reply to somo remarks which I ho Democrat saw lit to niako in regard to his llnnncinl policy, con talus somo good 101180 and au abund ance of truth: To the Editor of (he Timtt: The Democrat of vciturdav ill no tlclnir my inocch at tfariiiliiuton. irlv- lujf lis readers to understand that it is opposed to tlio resumption of spovio pnyuioius, aim consequently in invar of perpetuating the present system ot paper money. It deems tho advocacy of tho doctrlno of resumption by 1110 In tho Senate, as nonsensical, fearing that In doing so I may reflect discredit oil our statu. Tlio Democrat make? Jlght of my knowledge) of linanco, It may bo correct, but i do not wish to liscuss tho point at this time. I hopo, however, lhat tho Democrat will pardon me forrcpcatluginy profound convictions in favor or the resump tion of spcclo pay incuts at au early t...

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. — 1 October 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOUKtt 1, 187H. The Kriitiirky Pivsliytpry III mi-i l lit Mt. Xlmi ilmri li, Tm-ilay, Oi t. !, unit ttio A inliitp ltcrnnncil Sjnoil of tilt' Smith nuM't tit thv um. pliico on the Tlmixluy fl NOTIt'Kt All ihthiiih huli lrti'il tn tin on calr tmti' hit hiTitliv iintlrifil tliHt tiulfx xnld niitoi an; nidi li.v the I.MIi of thli mniitli, tin y lii'iir tnti'iTtt fi'iim ilato. A. I-. & I.. fMllt.IU.ANH. Iti'V. K. .Muill'.iril will incmli itt thn Klllott ilioiil lioii'i1. In llowi ll iii'luhliorhoml on Siitiinlny nlL'lit tlm Mill, ami at 11 o'clock Sinitliiy moriiliiKi tlir2ili. Mu w 111 ircwh In Troy nt n nVlofk, p. in. Sunday, Hie litli. Look out for bunnilu lit It. .V.-.T. Atklti Miii'n. St. I'litirli'x, tin I'oiiiln mmi'im. Tliry liiiic lioiijxlit their intlrc Mock nf kooiN li tUr t:ti'kHj? ulid III liirn! iiiuitltii". ulid 111 licit way Iiiim HHiirrd grout i-(iiic'lim In irli'i'ii lor which roami they arc iililc to and will i'll good" ii low ntuny retai...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 October 1873

MISCELLANY. DEFEAT. . He took her bMit ami lookcit at lieri Ko sound lld that ileipitlllncM stlri Kven the weary, wauJrlng rain Hid ceased to beat iilion the )ne Only about the perfect mouth . A Ugh more Mint than the faint south HoTtrol a moment's apace, and then Died Into nothlnfoesa again. The worrit he iiMke were brief and slow What could heaayi abe did not know. What pulie of that Impetuous soul , But owned bar calm, aerrne control? No need for htm to teat ber heart with cunning fence or verbal art) Only to ak and wait ber will, And winning, losing, lore her still. Perhaps ahe wavered aye, nerhapa The shadow of the cloud that wrapt The future from our itiesttonlug k-o Let In aome a;llmiie of after-ilayi Rome hint of all she might posiesa In that true t iilrlt'a tenderness, If but her weaker lire might move Unto the must of his love. Perhaps I whoknowsJ He only, knew The large gray eyea were dim with deW naw only un inv niuuiir snm uiuuiu The ahadow or reluctant aoomt B-aUnr.lv ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 October 1873

THINGS WORTH ItEMEMBERIXtf. Tim noarlirlitcd lien that nto ivlut, MiitiHfiiiy It to Iw tonmu'til, tlii'ii wont mill IhIiI ii lift tall of liuivau knulj. set on ilium tlinw Wick", nml Imtcliml out u row jili!ti!.otol'iarlor t'innlttirf, was a .nutty tljl'llL'tl. l -Cutv for TYion.K. Vonlrp ttirpoiitliif. otic iitiiii i'. rut into it Iniit u tou'"i'" of wiiti-r. iiml etTr with it nmirli .-tick until tin ni:i!" look like rauilliKl lioiii'.v, then spiLWlujriHMi coat on n clotu nml wrap unminl tlio llnuw. II tlw iwon i oi iv ii'iit origin it will ninovu the pain In fix hour."'. l'l,.ll.1 'ln.ll.lll.t.'lll fl HtllllP lilt with lurches, xtlrkln;.' vov Into twit one and rnlilihijf off tin- -kin with a tnwirl. or I iv throwing tlio fruit Into linlllnjr water .iir two nihiitt'. ami then rulililuj: off the hklns To elyht iiouikN of fruit wMl'mir iioiiwN of nj:iir. one quart of vlnrjnir. and a little Mick cinnamon. Make thN mlstitiv seahllnu hot. ami )iour over the fruit four niornlujrs In kuwv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 October 1873

glEOBIiABOBB, WhalmU mn Retail lers In GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES P1PB AND FITl'INOS 1Kb PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, Qas and Steam Pit ting in all their Branches. Estimates and Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixtures to light CHURCHES, DWELLINGS, HOVELS and STORES. Gas Machines put up to light public buildings, and warran ted to give satisfaction. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. noJAv'ylp ,ST, Jb., K. C. V JV. SHORT LINE, The Only Direct Lin to ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St. Joseph. Lexington, Macon. Uulncy Hannibal, and all Points West, IiiMt mid Noutli. 94 miles Shortest Route to Kansas City 10 miles Shortest ltoute to St. Jo aepli TIIK ONLY ltOUTK Ill'XNIM) Through Cars to St. Louis. Pulmnii'M Palnoo Ctun On all Night Trains. CONNECTIONS. At Helnnp w ttk Chicago, Hoik Mainland l'milHu Railroad (8outhwctcrn Division) fur l.i'uvi'tiworth and Atchlou; at Moui.tox with Burlington and South weMcrn Kallroad; ut Mai'dx with Hannibal and St. .Jocph Italhoiul for (Jiiln...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 October 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( L. S. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1873. NO. 40. TROY HERALD, I'i'ni.isiiKii n v FISHER cSt MUDD, AT tBa.. it "Vour In Advuiioe. RATK3 OF ADVKRTISINO. I ll:itv 1 illorllotl ifl ,M) Cadi additional Insertion 75 AditltiMratnrs' Nntlci'i n mi filial St'llli'iiK'Ilt Notices :i imi Strar Xmlfc Mm?le stray) :i in) Uncli additional stray In iiiim imtlin, . I imi MIh'RiI deductions will he intuli' to regular aflvcrtlscrx. So ccrtltlcato nf publication will Im mailc lit 1 1 stub publication Iihh boon paid fur. Tlio iinii-nlnervatice of tliU rule has been ni(iowa."lin of imicli troubl and actual loss. COURT DIRECTORY. CtncrtT Coi'itT. Flrrt Monday alter tlic fcwrth Monday In March and September. Oot'XTV Coukt. Second Monday In Feb Wary. Mnv. Atlirust, and November, L'uonATK Court. Second Munday In January, April, July and October. LOOM. ARD OOURTY NEWS. Pkksoxat.. James 1). Fletcher called at our office last week. Mr. P. P. Kills, of Now Florence, grand worthy clilof t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 October 1873

home I III- laboratory tu prepare hi wou- dorful powder. SIxinnlUll lr-cd bt'lolf . In- .ntiioiiii-fl hlniscll rctuly,1 mul now three ineiiibcriof the liovnl Society Mere ilio cmly pcr-on whoc.uvd In wltiics tin1 proc . which, low lliitna year airo. had intercMed Ihc whole nation. While lil i vi-lior- wire wnltluir for lilm to commence. J 'rice -uildeiily swallowed n vein of K-jh!1.v pol-on. and In 11 few minute fell to the I itonrn corp.u! , 'I'll.- IllihappV 111:111 hail probably been I deceived hlineir lit tin- llrt. HI- fatal mi-take wa In palmhu; oil' the deception upon other- In-tcad of ntnfcilijr It. until lie folilctsiil II 1 iv -llleliie. J lie stran''i Au Arizona Editor "Klip- to Explutit." (Prom the l'rescott (Ariionn) Miner, .rpt. 10.) Ilclnjr 11 linn believer In tin? axiom that "III- never too lute todo-rnod,'' w o boldly announce to all old mul new patron mul render-of the Minn: that we the editor, have niii-teii d nlllelent eonnijrc to "pop .the iUi-tlon" to onu.of Ar...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 October 1873

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS $ $1.50 IN ADVANCE. ITEMS OF 1XTKREST. Iernnnl mill I.ltrrnry. Father Hurke will return to America in 1". A. T. Stewart will leave llownnl ltil-vor.-lty, It I.- siltl. a legacy of SI ,xmi,(KM. li-n'. Agalz desire to throw open to women nil tin- educational liunltutloiis :unl facilities under hi control. Ml- Annie Llpplncott. n danirhtor ot '(meo Oroeiiwood, niiiili1 her debut on tin; lyric staff! nt Downglao, Mich., a fliort tlmo'shiet!. llnr 111 rum rntili nl'"T,ltf1(. Wlllllcll" wi n- sold In England during tli- lat lull of tTi. Over lieh1 they gladly give them dvos away to nig men. Mr. Ilelon Cone ha presented to the town of Hast llaildnm. t'onncetlcut. the Mini often thoii-and dollar-, to he ued hy Indliroiit and worthy young men wi-hlng to start hulnoss hi the town. Mm. Surah .T. llnlc. thu editor of GiU4'h I.hiIij'h tUmk, U elghty-rlvo year old. still vigorous In body and In mind. Iler nialdeii name wu Sarah Jo-opha Huell. Shu ha heel! a ...

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. — 8 October 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1873. DEMOCRACY QUARRELLING. Tho Democrats of Now York as Hcmblcil In convention nt Ulicn, on the 1st lust., and tho first result was u quarrel between tho factions. Aftor temporary organization a resolution ' was oflorcd Inviting tho co-ouoiatlon of that mythical party, tho Liberal ltcpublicaus, and immediately Thou. J. Croamcr opened in a spjocch in op position, which was received with hisses and calls to order by tho chair man, lie continued, however, do nounciiijf tho convention and accus ing the chairman with packing tho commlttco on credentials. In order to a settlement of tho confusion oc castoned by this outbreak, tho con vention took a recess. Creamer belonged to n delegation called tho Appollo-hall party, who worn contesting their claims to rep resentation with tho Tammany party, and his uttcrancos of indignation were Iho result of a beliof that the chairman and the convention fuvorcd the latter abovo them. When tho convention re-assemble...

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. — 8 October 1873

TROY HERALD. WISDXKSDAY, OUTOUKtt 8, 1878. DOt'KIiT Pnon.VTK COURT. 1 Ir.t Dm)', October 13, 1613, NOTICE! All persons intlobtctl to ui on mIo note aru licivliy imtltkil thnt uiilutu ald notes arc paid by thu l.'itli uf tills inonlh, they bear interest fnmi date. A.I.. S. UIMI.l.AM). .ILWriCKiJ' M.ASKS KOll SAI.K UKIIK. AtiM'lt .M. I.. Kaliim Wllllum .Me.Mali:m 1). Sicwatt. in 'M I. WliKtuii itluu Slum' .luliti M. It It I'. II. TmkiT Jililu A. Ali'.vitntli'r .N'liiiilY II. I'amimi Ihnld Miunnlcr Win. M. Miiiini JllllUM II.Mll'.tllll Win. M. iliiiull C'liurU'i 'JYiry .1. WliMon .Sitton V. Ivvlli llatlli,'i 10. (I. Litton I. lk'K v l. 'i K C nirli K V. l'nrker Hiirth. Sepi'lvr I'Vcl. V lii)i Ali'X. Cnivon Mur.lieil It. Watts II. U. Slltnll 4dk'IIi It. Allen .lulinSi'ott A. II. Foley It. 0. MitxruiUtr Win. W. Slmw JiKcpli II. Allen K. O. htttoit John Scott K. O. Sitton Sam'l A. Culvln .f. Winston Sitton T.W.WItbrow, ct nl. KftTATK. William Kaltiin Wllllum .Mi'Malmn lll. lianl I). Lawre...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 October 1873

MISCELLANY. the wixtos. ' The Pmilli Wind Iiia or happy springs, Ami Summers Imsletilnj: mi th'-lr WI The South Wind smells ol cowslip ""lis. And blosom-smtiled liiciuU fit Jlayt Oat sweeter t her red, ml mouth Than all tho kisses of the South. The Wwt Wind breathe of sunset heaths, Ami yellow pride of woo.ls grown oW The West Wind files rroni Atitiimii skies, And stincloudt overlaid with gold) Bat the golden locks I love (lie Ireat OnUtdnc the glories of the est. The North Wind sweeps from crytl deeps, And Arctic hull or endless nlnliU The North W Ind Mow o'er drilled snoT, ' And mountains robed In virgin White) Hut purer fur her uiatdi n soul Than all thu snow that eliroud the Polo. The Kast Wind hrllls o'er desert hills And dreary coasts of barren snndi The Kust Wind moans of eeii-ldum-hed lioncs, And shins that sink In sight or land Ilot tlie cold, i-nldKutiiivracnndiiio.iti, ror her soil warm heart is all my own. Chambtri' Journal, SWIFT'S COMIX I1V IIKIir.t.CA IIAItlllMI ItAVI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 October 1873

TUINUH WORTH REMEMBUniXO. WvttU on liiiiny laini irl;r up In wlu-iit. Iiarlry ami out .tu1lile Uy the mil lion, nml mjoii fro to hiiI. It Is ti jroixl iilmi to jro ovi r tlu'llclil with u iimwlnpr iiiitelilue. If tin1 wcciN niv xo fur mlviuic cil tlmt tin) kiiU will iiiatuiv tiltiT tlif jilanti sire rut. niki them up with si wire liikc iiml hum thrill. Quince I'lulilliiif. Tsikf u ulUeleiit number of ripe iiitlntv to ylulil u uml of mli. to which put half n pouuil ot powiliii'il siijiur. a half ti'iwpooufiil t-nt-h ol cinnamon and prlucvr. Mix them wi ll. Kent up tin.-yolk on-ljrht i-jilim pint of in-aiii, ailil tin other lii;iii.'UU'iitn. tlr thiMvliolo top-llicr. flour a cloth, tie tin. piitMltijrlu am) holl It. poiijrlmtit.-'. Otio pint of vi-;it. om pound of Uutler. one itl.itt ol milk, live i"rn, two iiiittuejr-. oiii'iuiil thii'iMiuarttT pounil-' of Mtjrar, out" ti'a-poo!ifiil of mhI;i. Tnki tin- vt'ii't. milk, hull' ihf f-kortciiliiir. hall' Hi" Miirar. and half tin1 Hour; mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 October 1873

A milN'ISTTlATOirS NOTICE J. Notice In hereby given that letters of aiimimstruiion were granicu ia lufMinurr signed by the Probate Court of Lincoln county no,, on the csuuo oi minion jr,vni deceased, on the lith liny of August, INTil. All persons having claims against said e tjiln nrn roniilrt.il (n exhibit thrtn to the nd mlnlstrator Tor allowance within one yeur from the dote of said letters or they may be precluded from any bcnetlt of Mid rotate ; and If not exhibited within two year from the (Into of said letter they will be forever burred octt ISAAC II. OWIXOS, Adm'r. A DMINISTRATOK'S NXJTICE . Xk jiotieew iiercoy given mat letters .l.HlHlliMllnn U'urd f,...,!,...! ,t... llllilii lllllllllllll IHIWH 1 Will l II' HIV ' j -1 .. I mi IIim naliilrtur Miitiirfifiil tllniilf tlnll Plllf II I'll till inmiuin t'llllllliri u nmvniii-ii tlminctl, by iUv Clerk of tlio Probate Court or jiincoin coumy. jiiKiiourif m uiu -mi un; Am.. 1u-l ui miKtnii joint . . All l.avlMM nrrn Hit fllil ftl m...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 October 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1873. N"0. 41. TROY HERALD, I'l'ai.iNiiKD nv AT Cll.rtO ii Yoni In Advnncc. RATES OP ADVERTISING. t urnitre 1 tnirrtlon Nncb additional Insertion AihilnKtrntom' Notice , final cWlement Notices Itray NoHitk (lngle stray) l go a oo a oo a oo tJSU'U auumnnai siray in nume notice 1 oo u heral drductloni will lie made to resutur alvertiscr. No erttldeate of paWlcallon will be mado art II such publican" Inn been paid for. the non-observance of thin rule ha been Via aecaston of much (Mbl and actual Iom. OOURT OtMOTOHY. OrncuiT Court. Vint Monday after the Mirth Monday In March andHeptemb-r. County OarjRT. Second Monday In Feb- vary, siav, Aiigusi, aim noverauf r. 1'RenATK Court. Second Monday JUnary, April, July and October; In lOOAL AND COUNTY NlWt. Elsowhcre will be icon tho card of Leonard, (he tailor. Ho comet to this place with the belt or reference, ad frota what we have icon of bit work, we think he will fill a want that h...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 October 1873

THE TROYHERALD. FISHER MUDD, PublllktM. TUOY, .... MISSOURI. All Ursine Jtlucniilt) . iniri riivoiiwnod. ill 11 letter to tlieXeW York Times um Colorado SiuliiK't give the following Intcre-tlnj.' llorr.iilileiil sketch itfu net bear kturwii a "Mnciluir:" Little Hruln witu mi uiilbi tiumte, mother less foundliiuf more, iiiiiortiiimtu utui more inntlierlo.-s ttmti ever loiindlluj' wa liolnrc for lie never fcivv hl mother nml lil mother never liehfld him, Ho wn eniplmtleally "an uiillckeil i-uli" In tiu:t. he win never lioru at till. An Indian hunt er, well armed, eanie arm a inon-ii-otis e niinmnii Inures, mid killed her Mid well. Ill hhort. our little, hear wan a Mrt of Maedull. lie wiw a native, it mat term ran he it-ed, ol'lhe Itattoon nniiintiiiiH. In New .Mexico. Thu unoriginal hunter w ho htiiii til. mi itlmi wiitt ii Cti. Muvi'tl liv it stnilljre tolleh of telldcrne-s. ho wrapped lilt Ilie IIMV nine emu me. nun urns, mm Trinidad, where ho told Ikto a I'lilladel- plila traveler....

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 October 1873

THE TROYHERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.50 IN ADVAXCK. ITK MS OF lNTEHENT lcrnonnl and Literary. Ex-Senulnr Doollttlc denies tin) report tli.1t lu i going to filter Journalism. Ml-s Thackeray writer to a friend tint she hopes to viit tliu United .States next your. I.ticy I.atvom, tin; poetess, toadies English literature ami composition ut the Academy of llradl'oril, Musk, Miss Holla Lookwood lias been ad mitted to practice In the Supremo Court of the District of Columbia, mill her lli -t w was o suit for divorce brought in hehall' of tho wife. (en. (. T. lloaumgurd. while recently visiting the hattle-lleUr at Manas-us, sii tuhied a fall from his horse, whereby his thumb was dl-Ioeated. a log bruised, and other serious Injuries hitllctod. Ml- Elizabeth Stuart Phelps refers to Mis Smiley, the (Junker preacher, tw "a woman who lias a voice us sweet us a robin'., ti thee a serene us a madonna's, and it purpose n (Ixod as u Quaker'.", ami Who wears her Ixinuet Into the pulpit besides."...

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. — 15 October 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDKE8DAY, OCTOBER 16, 1873. J OS. A, nilDBi J t'ZZARB, TURKEY TUBKEYf tVSSAII. The Now York Democratic atnto con- wxntlon that met week beforo last, and lit their resolution Invited tho "Lib .oral Republicans" to co-opcrato with them, mado but little impression on that mythical faction. Tho so-called .Liberals themselves met in conven Hon at Klmyra on the 8th, determined to paddlo their own cauoo, and notnl .nnteil a stato ticket, adopting tho stereotyped resolutions of tho day in regard to back-salary grabs, corrupt lion, et cetera, that havo formed tho liuncomb of all recent political moot ,lti29, of what over party. Wo thought the Democratic convention was fish .iug lu shallow water when it adopted tho resolution Inviting their co-opcr ntiou, for tho past action of that slough-oil' of tho Radical party as plainly indlcatos as anything could, that they will not act with tho Domo cratic uarty, but that tho Democrats nidi act with thorn. They must bo .the leaders, and ...

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