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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 June 1876

THE TKOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY JUNE 21, 1876. Wool Carding I will continue tho above business the present inrdlng season at toe old stand In Troy; With the' experience ol the put 1 hope to give satisfaction to ray patrons. TEUMS til jdaln work IV ct per lb, dou ble or mixed 15 cts per lb. Toll la propor llonlto price or wool. All work must be paid lor before taken away. Take no wool to can! after September loth. 211113 LKWIS VEUTHEES. "A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Jt. Notice it hereby given that letter of administration were granted to the under signed by the Probate Court of Lincoln ccuuty, Mo., on Uo ettnte ol Wm. H. Henry, deu'tl. wltli will annexed on Die 18tb da)' of May, 1070. I'crtons having claim against laid estate arc rciulicd to exhibit them to the admin istrator for allowance within ono ycarf.oui the date of said letter, or they may be pre uluded front any benefit of said estut.) : and If not exblblti-d for allowance wlthlu two yean they will be forever bnrrud. L. T. HEN II Y, ...

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. — 21 June 1876

THii TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 21, 1876. TROY HERALD FISHER Ac MUDD, AT sjtl.flO n Ynar In Aclvtinon. Tror lmlfw No. SI A. F. A. M. neeta BBMiruay Ulgut on or nnoir, ear" iuii rainta. I 1 BLATU2i, W. m Jvn VoflnM Af ti. Man'V. Troy Koyal Arch Chapter No. SAmeets at Masonic hall on the Saturday brkorb the regular meeting 01 mo srwjr huujju ... A.M.,0f.O0M.UMcKLwl3B(lip J..M. McI.km.ak. 8ee'y COURT DIRIOTORY. . circuit Court. Pint Monday alter the urth Monday In March and September. Cotwrrv Court. Second Monday In Feb rtiary, May. August, anu aovemner. I'hobatr Court. Second Monday In January, Apni, uuiy ana uciooer. PioNia The Good Templar will give a centennial pld-ntc at Cannon's ford, on Culyre, near Truxton, July 4, 1876. Miulc by the New Florence comet band and speech by P. P. Ellis, G. W. C. T. of Missouri. Will the cltlxons unite with the order ? Come ono, come all, and bring your baskets, boxes and hampers, and there will be another triumph n corded forj Lincoln county hos...

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. — 28 June 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY UN OOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 28,1876. NO 26 TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 21. t87. LOCAL AM) OOWNTY NlWt. smibam mw eecirr HisTtmv. am Hni Mm tha ei : HO XXI. The demolition of the old jail pre paratory to building a new oue with all the modern Improvement (or the safety aud comfort of thoee whom the welfare of eooloty require! to be In carcerated, 'remladt ua that tome thing of the history of tbo building now disappearing beneath the hands of the workmen will not be lnoppor tune. Turning to page 248 of the flrtt book of county court recordi we And that an adjourned term of the county court, "present James Duncan, Henry Watt and Joseph II. Allen Esq re. Justices," was held at Alexandria, on Thursday, December 11, 1828. This session, it appears, was for the purpose of examining the poll books of au election held the previous Mon day to tako the sense of the people whether or not the county seat should bo moved to the site selected by the commissioners, and...

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. — 28 June 1876

TROY HERAiD; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1876. A. Great Mistake. When prett) llulo Nellie May mar- t ied Frank Chester, eho roally be lleved that she.was entering upon Ufa ol unclouded happiness an un limited extension, Ih fact, of her got' lcn courtship days, whoroln discords would bo altogother Impoiilblo. Loving her husband alncerely. the llttlo wile wat far too loyal to admit uvcn to herself the greatness of her disappointment, yet the melancholy truth was plain. A cloud had dark !ncd tho domestic horizon, a cloud ol hiicIi size and blackness that It had veil nigh shaded tho honey-moon, un J had threatoucd diro storms aud iciupcHs ever since. And this cloud, to drop metaphor, was nothing less than l'rank Chester's mother, to bint, tho embodiment of wisdom, tho foun talu-kendof knowledge; to his wife, (i constantly quolod, and therefore disagreeable, paragon, who throat cued to develop luto tho destroyer ot Iter happiness. Whatever Nollh did, whether shn arranged her house or meditated i...

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. — 28 June 1876

THfc TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY : JTTNE)28,' 1876; i , 1 1 n ! tbl. rota and bcslrtts, I don't .like Tw muMi wrau it m cmn iuraace heat at all, yoa may re-1 member. I alwaye have a lire ia the I Two notable women now at Phlla library wben the weather ! cold "Iphl are mentioned at length In the enough, and I couldn't read my paper prt' of thl clt. Ona of them rum my where else. So. with your per- lh.e, iIm In the womeu'e pa mission, I will have thei. thing, re-! V,,,,0IJ wh,ch work foup loom nd tni .ti,.i.. ni.. ..nd ih.n n prlntlng-pre... There, eaya the liave our dinner." 4- , At tlile moment, before Mn. Cher ter could say nny thing moro, Mary mooth and clean as made her appearance, but ehawlod Jhough the wearer were a flower-girl and bonneted, and with a largo trar-, ,n,letd of iftattr, could bo sesa ollng-bag In her hand. Standing near 0oun, medlum-slioil Mr, whose the door, the snWI, wrathfully : i reu,ttP 'Mturaa, Intelligent conver "If you pleate. Mr. Chester, I would "Uon nd rcfl...

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. — 28 June 1876

TUB SHOT HEBAUD, WEDNESDAY, TtTKE 28, 1676. TROY ' HERALD. J WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, im. , FOB CONORS, C. M. D. THURMOND, OF LINCOLN COUNTY. TO COU NTCtSIIlIj COMMITTEE Editor Herald : Tlio roeent Dem ocratlc man convention requested tin-, at the proper time, to convoke the now central cotumlltae of this county. I thereforo requestjibe mem bars of tal'd committoe to meet at the court homo In Troy, at ono o'clock ). ro. on Saturday, July lit, 1876, and urbanize, preparatory to entering upon the discharge of the duties confided to them by the Democratic party of Lincoln county. J. W. Welch. As wo go to preii, being without our promised dispatches from St. Louis concerning the national con vontion, wo have no later Intelligence tliaii that tho convention, the largest vcr convened, assembled lntuo hall of tho Merchants' Excbango at ten minutes past twelvo yesterdnj. It Is more than likely that the otganlza tlou will bo effected and the platform adopted In tlmo for the futuro presl dent to b...

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. — 28 June 1876

THE TROY HERAliDV WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1676. 'I m sorry that I am not ible to go ' personally l.elorethe committee and five my testimony, but I presume that Col. Scott's ovldonce will be auflolent to prove that you hnrt nolh tug to do with the transaction in question. If you wlrti for any fur ther testimony or affidavit from me to (rove the lacta na cabled to tho com mittee, I Khali bo glad to forward It under oath. The charges are so void of foundation that I have no tear of their doing you any permanent Injury mid I hope that your persecutors will be able to show ns cleat' u rccotd aa voura lit connection with the Little Hock and Fort Smith railway. Youri faithfully "Josiau Caldwell." Tune SI. Tho manager of tho wostoru Union Tolegrnph company nt Phlladolphlii war examined tu-ttuy before the judiciary committee, llo iiroduccd, alter the usual protest In behalf of the eompuiiy, tho tliroe orlg iual dlepatchea already teatlfled to, two ol them addressed to D'nvo," London, without sig...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 June 1876

THE ,TEOY HERALD, WKDNESDAX, JUNE 28, 1876. Especial attention given to the tele of TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our markets, will please furnish us the!;- addresses. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. US . iWk ja& BBBBBBBBCP'H Thete remarkable Instrument! poueti uptetttet for minted effects tad erareeekm nvtr befaea attalae. Adapted for Amateur and Profcubxul, ud an ornament in any parlor. OT tmUki Xew tflk vm mi WAREMOlSs MS Waihlaftoa St., Boatoa; 170IUUSt.,CNMfO! irtadfata Mil, flltHI TTAtf llttlf 1 T I at a . Tin? VflT HITMAN A ;r a "Ain.Mu,Ic,Joura'of",uIeiiif 1 UU I UA UUBAIia By mail for Si per year, or ten cents number. Each mimbtr ceatalaa tnm ti to $ wth of the finett eefectcd niuc. GEO. WOODS 4 CO, Pebltowi, CunMffMrt, MtM, BEATTY llrnitd, Kejitare unci Viirliiit. CJTAgt' wanted everywhere. Aifdre.a, DAMEL F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, U- S. A. WKSseeBBiiM03ilJeBM Twelfth and Poplar Streets, Opp. Union Depot, li the ONLY HOUSE IN ST. LO...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 June 1876

THE TJftDY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1870. Wool Cabling I .will continue 1tio,ftboviirtVu!r,e,' ,Um rcMftln(&pAun't iwC6M,WiA in roy. Willi tlio experience ol the past I TroVa Willi tilt; I'M Imim Iniilvu kullarni'llnn to inV natron. f EKMSMI plain work 10 cts tier lb, dnu Moor mivFii ir. u tier Hi. Toll In nronor- Hon .to -price, or wool. All work must bo liatd-foAiefbrltakon away. Take no wool to curd eftcr September loth, illm;) LKWIS VE.UTMKBS. "A MCIXISTIIATOU'S NOTICE. J. Notlro l hereby jrlven tlmt letter ol luliulfliiritldkiT (win granted tfc. Hie under. .i..,,...! l.i ,lm I'mlmlB Cniirt ol Lincoln t ciMt,fH.,HrC the citato of Xtm. 1( llrtf.fflWi-lf.Sttth wlllhMxcd on the 13tlf day of May, 1ST0. , . Persons' havltue claims mralnsi said estate tire reunited to exhibit theui to, the admin Ixtrator.fnilhi'ance within onwycur f.om th date of milil letter, oriucy may c pre. ..Imlixl IVnm niiv 1itncdt of Raid estate : UUil U not exhibited lor allowance within two ycarsthey ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 June 1876

TROT HERALD P7MSRBD BY, FISHER Jb MUDD, AT (jftl-OO it Year la AdramM ATM OP Aovimtmo. imraart tlnsertten, Each additlona itBMftlM Admtalstraton' Notices rlnalSettlekmt listless... J 'Smenu wiUUx run tA the paper. Extra charges made tor P- "nS wrtSS'tt of pubUeatloawM bs aide .,, L -..Lit-tinn hu tan nalit fop. the occasion 01 niucu miuuiu nurtemsare: Cash In advance, on sub .Iptions; cash on, delivery, Jot 'Job work ml CUD On uemanu, ivr bu,mv.v"". Baptist. nev. Mr. Burnbam. pastor t services on seconu ana immouumj't '" "tWEO. Wm.M.loan. pMtor, CrVlCCB UrSb IIU luuu Qua....'.' month, morning and evening j prayer meet ing. Weduesday evening. SUtiiodist B. 8O0TH.rBev. Mr. Bar nett, pastor J eervlcoi first Sunday, morn ing ami evening, third Sunday, ovenlng; pastor ; tervicei, every Sunday, mornlug and 1 - - m..Ihm ur.!.,..., .v nvn'tf- Sunday echoel every Sunday morning. Circuit Cotnvr. First Monday after the Coohty Court. Second Monday In Feb- nisrr, nay. twini auu , Probatb CouRT.-...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 July 1876

TROY HERALD. PVOL. It TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MQ., JUL 5, 1876. NO 27 THE i.v I IK w TitOY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, JOME 31, 1876. AW NTV NlWt. CindkitN- Annoxinoeminti. iMKBTtRS r TUM IMNIAftO CBNTKAL, OMIURIIt At a meeting of tht Democratic loentral commute, held at the court I house la Troy. Mo., oa Saturday, Jalylit.187C.tha membere from all Una towashlpa la the oouaty wora present, except tha membar from Prairie township. On motloa A. V. iMcKee waa alaotad chairman and B. I F. Reeds secretary. Oa anotloa It waa ordered that a lamrr W in aa-aerleed to aaaoaaoe THOS. H. II A UHDNIM. nt (Mirk tawa-kln. u a. Mlu dldauroraaodfefU-colawuBty, subject mass meeting of tha Demacraey of i..TSuS. ' " I Llacoln county ba held at tha ooart I m a ti tail. iaaa nouw on eaturaay, raiy, ietu, .o, VBBABVBUtB . .,-. n. m. flap th ntiraOM w lira uiwruw w Hionw mvhab v ..41 ji... ... v, .. WKLL8. of Hurrteaae towaiklp, as a eaa. of appointing delefates t tha etate, dldatafor Treaaurerof Lincoln count, sub ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 July 1876

t DNBS TROY HUERAlk WEDNESDAY, JtfUY 8, 1876. Out of Luck. It vu tyNovember night In 'Aft; ft fleeting, bad night, when It It dismal uutiido arid tho damp chills creep In dpon, despite fires and lamplight that a mountaineer canto lMtoJules burg on tho construction train from tho West, ami wended Ida wjy Into llio principal and 'only street of the town. If he was tall and straight and boardod, and if from beneath tho flap plug rim of his wide black felt hat heavy masses of blacker hair fell down and swept tho fringe on the xliort capo about his shoulders ; and if In his belt wore sees the bulls of his best friends uocplng from tholr black leather sheaths, still you could tell as you caught tho outlines of his face iu tho shaded light that came out oi the stained windows of tho dance house, at tho front of which ho had hulled, that these outward hablll incuts and trappings of tho Montana inouiitanecr only disguised a form t hat had grown under other skies and (i mid othor surroundings...

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 July 1876

TH1. TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1876. hart OMchM Perhaps the shortest speeek ever I A a a a .a I Btaiesuongress.wno.navinggo.o this sentence t "Mr. Speaker, the gen. aramy or mnnKinu in fenBrai.rwuw ... . ....... jit. i poied to exercise oppression the generality of mankind in general," a 1.1. a.-, a. a a - I friend, with .he remark , "You'd bet- ter .top ; you roxoming out of the ame HOIS ) oil want ill Daniel Webtler was apt to over luUulgo himself at public dlnneri, but managed, when called upou, to make a speech, If a brief one. On an occasion Webiter finished tip with: "Gentlemon, there's the national debt, It should be paid. I'll pay it mytolf. IIow much Is it 7" Sir Arthur Helps somewhere sug. gests that clergymen would be more ucceitful in attacking the pockets of their flocks if thoy sent round tho plates before Instead of after tho ser tiion with the undorstandinir th.t if o(T from the sermon Itouethor. M. Dupanloup, llio oloqucnt BUhnp of Orlcaui, prruuhlug in behalf...

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 July 1876

THE. TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULYS, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY ft, 1876. THE9. W. tMMBB, Jed. At . Milan. Democratic Ticket. FOR PREMDEKT, AnOEt J. TlXsYElV. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, tmomae At iwmBicm. FOR CONGRESS, C. M. D. THURMOND, OF LINCOLN COUMTY. FOR SALE. One-half Interest In the Herald of. Hue Is olTorcd for sale. For terrat, etc., apply to T. D. Fisher. Tho ball bat opened. Who will you have, Tildcn sad Hendricks or Hayes and Wheeler ? The nomination of TUden and Hen (1 ricks is received with general en thusiasm throughout tho country. TlUlon, Hendricks and Reform, should bo tho watchword of overy man who favors honest government. Dyer expects to be romoved for his zealous work In tho diroctlon of re form. The administration Is opposed to it. Don't forgot the mass meeting to be held la Troy on tho 16th lust., to elect delegates to tho various conveu Hons in which wo are interested. Hayes' obscurity gav.e him tho nomination ; Tlldcn's aggressive re form record secured hi...

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 July 1876

THE HU3T HEBAIiD,' WEDNESDAY, JUIY 5 1876. St. MMMrlcka apsmlu. IKDIAHAPOMB, lHD., J CM. 80. From the time that the unanimous iiutalnatlon of Oorernor Hendricks for Vice-President, wu announced here most of tho interest centered upon hit probablo action upon It. without nouble exception the opinion or the cooler, steadier, more thoughtfol men of the party was In favor of hit accontance. and It is doubtleis the pressuro thui brought to bear that hat Induced liliu to modify hit flrtt unouallflou refusal. During the early part of the day con fllctlng rutnort at to hit probable courso were Hi circulation, which wero pot tot at rott until about 4 o'clock. At thlt time a baud of inu- ate, escorted by a largo company of interetteu menu, vitncu tno uovor tior't houie ou North Tciiueuco street, for a teronado. Alter playing tome tlmo, Governor Ilcudrlcks, being loudly called tor, appeared, and walking down to tho gate, addressed the assembled com patty at follows : My Fellow Citizens Tlio ev...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 July 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1876. MMUMMD.fcMft Ejpecial attention given to the sale of TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our msrkets, will please furnish us their addresses. GEO. WOODS & COS PARLOR ORGANS. li til Thwa rtmarkibl Instruments ootstst capacities for muilcil cflttts tad cmnwion ntvtr before mm!im4 Adapted for Amateur and ProfeouJ, aadaa ornament in aar parlor. OTUMhltnWilUtnml WAHEMOU GEO. WOODS 4k CO.. Cambridstport, Mast. 181 SOB WUUlltgi It., Bottea) ITOlYateM.tCaMfei 101 IStatfSUBUI.XMdoa. rpTTP TTflT TTTTMiVi A leading M luteal Jourosl of Mlsct.d rauilc and raluible readier ulM luU TUA lIUIBJulA By mill for tiMryttr. or ua cntsa number. Each naaber cantatas fret is $iortb of the finest selected made. GEO. WOODS It CO., Psollihert, CimMdftpoiti MaM. BEATTY PIANO ! (irand, Mqnara an IharlirtM. EtTAgt wanted everywhere. Audrey, DANIEL JP. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, U- S. A. Twelfth and Poplar Streets, Opp. Union Depot, !i lb OXLY HOUS...

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 July 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1876. Wtfldatdiiig I will continue tho aliovo business the preeent carding season ut the old stnud in Tror. 'With tlie oxncrlohco' bt tlie past I hope to give satisfaction to my patrons. TEKJIS-All plain work to cts per lb, ilou. Moor lulxodlScUper Hi. Toll In proper, tlourto prlcu.of wool. All work must-be paid torliewre taken nway. Take ho wbol to card alter Scntember loth. alma LBW1S VEUTllBEf.. "A DMINISTRATOR'S , NOTICE. J. Notice U hereby given that letters of ndiafelitrarlou were granted to' the under, flinictl by thu Probato Court of Lincoln etutity.'Mo., on tlie etate ot .Win. It. Hentydw'd. Vtth will annexed on tie 18th day ol May, 1870. , , Persons having claims against said estate arc requited to exhibit them to the udndn lstrator for allowance within one year f .otn tlie date of raid letter, or thoy may ho pre rjuded from any benefit of said estato : and if uot exhibited lor allowauce within two ycathcywi.lbcforL EXECL'T ROR'S NOTICE....

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 July 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1876. TROY HERALD rnumtir FISHER Jb MUDD, AT ORAM Oil. Lincoln Couaty Onifi assets m ta eee ond Tueeday la February, Nu aadAu- II. W. riRiixi, Secretary. Eagle Fork Ontage P. of H. iHti at OMrs Branch Sd Saturday of aaeh month. . tt.C.LOVCIA, Master. J A. MttAsa, See'y. Linn's Mill Grange meets the Saturday oa UUr.MbU...oog.MARTj(tWii Huoh Lowry, Secretary. Brown Grange meets every two weeks. Saturdays, two o'clock. n. v 111, aimn J. B. Owiss, Secretary. Jackson OtUM No. 17SS meet at Jackson school bouM first and third Saturdays, two ), m. u it. wAbH4 Jtuur. W. H. B aktholow, Secretary. CorsoGrange No. 1780 meeta at ML Ver sion tchool bouse, second Saturday In each uiouta. w. k. uvnvAn, Master, o. N. Corrav, Secretary. Millwood Orange No. 1791 meets at Mill wood nrsi naturoay in eacnmontn. B.A.GILILLAND, W.M O. B. ltOBikTS, Secretary. New Hope Grange No. 1M0 meeta at New Ilopc second and fourth Saturdays. T.R.BEID, Master. .!. P. Webb, Seeretaty. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 July 1876

THE TROY HER.ALD. VOL.J1. TROY, UN OOm COUNTY, MO., JUL 12,1876. NO 28 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1876. LOCAL MB COUNTY NlWt. Candidates' Announcements. Mm catXEtrroii. We are authorised to announce P. O. SHKLTOJIas a candidate (or re-election to the offlaa al Collector for Lincoln pountv. subject to the Democratic nominating con Tfauaui NB MHERirr. Wear authorized to announce TII08.H. HAMMONDS, of Clark township, m a can dldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subject to the decision of tho Democratic nominat ing eonTsnuen. We art authorized to announce THOMAS II. IIAKKI8, of Bedford township, as a can dldate for the Democratic nomination for sheriff or Lincoln county. FRED. WING, of Clark township, in a candidato for the office of Bherlffof Lincoln county, subject to the Democratic nomin tiou. . JAB. C. ELMORE, ol Nlnaveh township, is acaaaiuaterorbneritror Lincoln county, subject to the decision of the Democratic convention. Wo arc authorized to announce that DEV. t.Hui uvmx,...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 July 1876

TROY WEDNESDAY. UJULY ; IOTA. Rtit'K JUAM WILLIAMS SMSECH. Alckl Mmeas iMtar. WAiitjiNaTOMfJuiie 18. Then wu a memorable scene In the Louie yes torday, it wee ice tie full of humor uud good nature. Charley' Foitor tackled OJd Dlue Jeane Wllllame and Old Dine Jeans Williams taokled Charley Foster, and tho Ohio eon wosvincn came out,of the conflict like h whipped chicken from a barn-yard tiirht. Charley Foster has been in public Ufa for some yoare, but he novcr learned until yesterday that in trying to lift a snapping turtlo it is always but to take the animal by the tall and not by the head. Uncle .lltntny nrado his congressional spench, and "them are marblo Aggers" on the Vlncenncs court houso have reason to feel proud of their repre Honlallvc. When Jimmy's speech is I'lrculalcd in southern Indiana it will mako tho new corn in the Whitewater Valley jump a foot, and that t roach (troiis airouin and tho noblo Wabash will want to go on a Juno freshet just in honor of tho triumph of tho...

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