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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 July 1876

THli TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 187C. Mitt MARY F. HUDSON beg leave to inform the Indie of Auburn tmd vicinity that she haijust returned fruta St. Louis with u new uml elegant Mock of MILLIlVEIt X GOODS, which will he sold nt most reasonable prices, llcttirnlng thank to former patrons for fa vors, she hones to meitt n continuance of the same. Ladles are rcspocfully Invited to call and exntulnc styles and prices of good before purchasing elsewhere. Auburn. Mo.. Aurll 2, W7H. ml Zamoleda Hotel, Titor, .... mo THQRNHILL & BUSWELL, XropKletoii. millSJSAFIRST-CLASSlIOTEfc rurnwicu in goon tyio. with its tiii.ie Kiipplied with the bet the market affords Strangers stopping lu Troy will tlnd here all the eouiforts of home. THE BAR Is stocked with ctrletlv prime Motion, Mteb six llraiidlc". Vhlsky. Wlnc. Ale, Oiut, etc. : aIo the finest brand" of cigars. STRAY XO'nCK.-TnkPii upliv Jee Swlliliey, of Iteilford ll'., Lincoln county, Mo., on April ii. ts7i. :i buy stallion 1h roe years...

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 July 1876

r THE !TRGY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1876. TROT 2IEKALD p jji.iHiiKn nv FISHER & JtfUDD, AT HI. AO n Ynr In Advnneo. RATE! OP ADVBRTIilNO. I tqtinrc I Insertion 11)0 Kmli additional limvrtlo ;j Administrator' Notice 8 w t ttiul Settlement Notice ; tray Notices (single stray) ..... ... .... w ! m)i additional xti-uy In "iii" notice. . 1 Jrductloiu will b mude to regular ,lA!iwrtl:mcntii will take the regular mn cl the paper, charge mude for pre- 'X' wi ildMtn of publication will bo made l til dull publication ban been paid lor. jhonoiHili'VrvMncuor till rule ban been iliu occasion or much trouble ami actual low. ' Our term are: Ca-li In advance, m sub ilntloiis; ca-di on delivery, for Job work mi cash on demand, for advertisement. A IIUliD DAY IN POLITICS. A Large Turnout mt the Honest VtoMaBtr, ! lnte. In company with a largo numbor of our townspeople, wo ntlcmleil a ple-nic lust Saturday at Mrs. Sltlon's spring, nonr Millwood. The weather was line, the locatlou one of tho be...

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. — 2 August 1876

I THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 2, 1876. NO 31 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NKWt. Candidates' Announcements. ; FOB nUPItKNKMTATlVE, Wc ore authorized to announce Dlt. W. K, HltOWN as a candidate for Itepresenta ttvo of Lincoln county, subject to tho nom ination of the Dcmocrutlo county conven tion. We are authorised to nnnnuncc WM. K. DUNCAN nit u cuiidldatc for llcprcKcntuthc of Lincoln county. subject to the nomination of tlio Democratic county convention. COUNTY JUDGE. Wo are authorized to announce that WM. II. MAIli'IN, of Clark township, In a can didate tor the otllvu or .IihIku or thn County Court, subject to the decision of the Demo cratlc nominating convention. We are authorized to announce OEO. W. HAItDEiJTY an ucuiulliliitc for .IiuIkc ortho County Court, subject to thu Democratic county convention. FKM.OW CITIKKXH OK LINCOLN COUNTY I 1 hereby announce tnynclt a Candidate for the offico or County Justice of Lincoln ...

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. — 2 August 1876

THE TBOY HERALD., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 18T(J. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2, 1870 The Third Bowl. "Draw your chair cloio up, Put your fuel on thoio skins, You wilt find thorn soft arid wnnn, Light an other pi po, and Oil your glass, Philip. It 1a a bitter night. My old bones shudder when I hear the wind wall over tho house and through the oak treo. Capital punch, that! Johnhns n knack at tho nrtlclo that I have rarely scon equaled never surpassed. lie Is a prince of servants, Is John, if lie Is black. I have had him with mo now let mo see, It must bo thirty years lit least, and I liavo never quar- icled with hint, and ho has never quarreled with me. A rnro history lor master and man. 1 think it Is I'cruuso wo lovo each other's weak ncsosj and here ho comes. "John, another bowl of the punch, It' you please. What, not another! Certainly, man, I must have it. This U onl) t ho second, and Philip, yon dcr, has drank half, of course. Not drank any! You don't mean to say t hat hu has be...

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. — 2 August 1876

THE THOY HERAIiD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1876. "Why, John you don't moan lo any oh ?" "All the punch, itr." "What ! Sarah and the black hone, "All punch, air." "John, tny man, go In and take euro of lilm. Ho Is either asleep or drunk. Curious that! Why didn't 1 think I hat a man was hardly to be believed ul'tor the iccond bowl, and perfectly incrediblo on the third. It V Jove! heli a trump at a story, though." It would be difficult to describe nil that 1 dreamed about that night. Am tlMlackr Kim. From tlitt Vlcksburg Herald. "Now," said tho old man, as be drovo In the last nail, "if thoy want in swing on the gate, let 'em do It; tin strong enough to hold 'cm now, and moonlight's cheaper thau coal oil. anyhow." "Husband, you're a brute to talk that way," said hie better half. "What's the matter now, old wo uiau ? "You know that Matilda doesn'l awing on tho gate at night with her young beau. Oh, thut 1 should ever have lived to hear her father say so !" "Now, look here, old woman, don't...

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. — 2 August 1876

OU P; TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1876. TF.OY HERALD. Wednesday, august 2, m rm:o. n. FiNiir.R, i son. A. .ttl.'DD, Democratic Ticket. von vnmwKHT, nWVI'.t, J. TlliOKN. FOlt VICIS I'llKSllJEST, TIIIIMAK A.IIEttDRICKfl. STATE TICKET l-'.ir !nvrriiol-.10II.S S. 1'IIKI.PR. 1- mi- I,t.lot imr-H. C. IHIOUKMKYER. hi i cliiry of Mate l. tl. .McdHATH. i.ii.i 1 iii ti re r K 1 . 1 .1 A 1 1 MATES. I .r Auditor THUS. IlOI.AnAY. ,t:..nii'V.(ii ner.il .1. S. SMITH. I. i,l. i-..r J.:in.l,l. I.'. McllKNItY. Iinr.:c Supreme Court -JOHN W. IIKNHY. I J. !. itl.MIMAIIUKK TolIN W.U.KKK. JA.MKS llAIIDIMI. Weeding Kans.ts has put a ttate iiiocuback ticket in the field. Senator Ciiperlon of Wont Virginia (Mid hi Washington City oiitho26tli ult. I'n em ployed laborer of Cincinnati :ue making demonstrations, and call ing for "'bread or blood." During I lie last eighteen montlit i In; stntu debt of Missouri linn been i i-iluced :1."9,000, and our bonds have i ion from 1-2 cculs to $1.0. This i- ilio r...

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. — 2 August 1876

Tllh TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 187G. liack to (ho Industries, nothing Ihnl luoro completely enervate! tho pro groM of a community, than a curpa tit civilian educated to office Wo tiavo in our intdit an abundance of untried tunterlal, loo niodoit to seek public favor, who would be ready and willing to aerve tho pcoplo lit any municipal capacity. Let u try this for an experiment. Send your dele (fates with Instruction to repudiate us to candidates, and bestow tlinlr tnvors upon tho most deserving citi zens. Ciuclnuatus of old and our own Immortal Washington havo demonstrated that obscurltv may nourish augrls unawares. Wo con sider that such an experiment would lie bcuHtrtnl In Lincoln county, and Its client lelt curl) in the next nystem of regime. Ghanulu. Written lor tin Herald. coti.vrv coxviivriox. AH nower rest a with the pcoplo. Thov make tlic nHiees and select tlio men who shall fill those oITicoh, Dif ferent modes huvo liceii tried in mak ing tho nomination, nml each on...

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. — 2 August 1876

TI1E TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AtTGUST 2, 187G. mmmn it4t THE VICTOR CCV3RE A HQto WHILE ES1.1TE IS CHEAP Eipeoial attention given to the scle of TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our markets, will please furnish us thei? addresses. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. The.e remarkable instruments poikcti capacities for Adapted for Amateur and Professional, and an ornament GEO. WOOD3 A CO.. tTARF.ROOXSt I8i MS Waihlif toa St., Boitoa) IJOttaUHt., CbictfOI 10idfftteHIII,te4oa. flUT VflT RTfaf AVI A leading Musical Journal of selected music and valuable reading matter. lull I UA uUDlaliA lly mail for ft per year, or ten cents a number. Each number centains from to Ca worth of the finest selected music. GEO. WOODS & CO., Publishers, Cimbrldgeport, Mass. DAMEL F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, U S. A. xrvjLsrm brotbbrs, Twelfth and Poplar Streets, Opp. Union Depot, Is the ONLY HOUSE IN ST. I.0U18 which dcTOtcs lUentlrti time ana attention to Urn sale of We r prtpar...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 August 1876

THk TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUSTS, 187G. Mits MARY F.HUDSON liejr Icnvc to mrorin the Indies of Auburn mid vicinity that -he liu.Jttst returned from hi. Louie Willi it now mid elegant tock of 9IILLINEU r GOODS, wlileli will lie sold nt mnt reasonable li-lct. Itcturnlng thiinkn to romicr patron lor r ors.she hopes to mcilt contlnmuicit of the same. Ladles nru respecfully lntlted to tall and examine, styles mid prices of goods liul'ore purchasing cluwhore. Auburn. Mo.. Atirliau. Is70. ml Xamolode Hotel, tii or, .... mo THORNHILL & BUSWELL, rioprletr. mil IS IS A Fl HST-CL ASS HOTEL I furnished In good'tyle. with It tnlilu Mlpplll'll Willi tliobe't till! Ullllkct llllol'lll. Strangers "toppttiK I" Troy will Hud here ull the comfort! or home. TILE BAR lx stocked wltli ttrlctly prime Liquors, sttcli lit lliiiinllo". Whtk.t. AVIim . Alf. Mils, etc. : nNo the Umt braiid of cigars. Ull 15 CTRAY XOTICK.-TnkPii tin liv k7 Jii- Hwinm-y. til lt- ll'nrd tli.. Lincoln countv, Mn,, on April ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1876. TROY HERALD fJRMMIKD BY FISHER & MUDD, AT (MSO 11 Yenr In AilvtitiRfl. RATI OP ADVERTISING. I square 1 Insertion 51M Mill additional Insertion 5 Administrators' Notice 3 00 Unul Settlement Notices i 00 Mrnv Notice (slliifle stravl it 00 hiuhnddltlonul strsy In same notice. . 1 t) Liberal deduction will be luadu to resrulur advertiser. Advertisements will take tlic regular run of tlic paper. Extra charge- made rur pre Inrniil itlii.M'. No vertllicate of pitblli'rttlon will tie niaite .iiitll such publication nu uecn liiuii tor. I lin iiiiii.ii1ii riinin of till ruin bus been the ocraslou of much trouble and actual los. Our trrniM arc 1 uan in advance, on sun rlntloii; cash on delivery, for job work mi vasii on demand, lor advertisement. OUR I,OOAti POLITICS. Continued meeting mt the People. Picnics nnd politics have a natural nfllnlty, niul in this year of general olecttons wo hear or those pleasant (fathering in every quarter. Pic nic ...

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. — 9 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 9, 1876. NO 32 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9. 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NBWI. Candidates' Announcements. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Wo atp ntttborixcd to announce DU. W. K. HUOWN as a candidal o for Itrprcsonta- tlvo or Lincoln county, sunjeci loinououi i nation of tho Democratic county conven tion. Wc aro authorized to announco WM. E. DUNCAN an u candidate for Representative of Lincoln county, subject to the nomination or uiu iminocratic county convention. COCNTV JUDGE. Wc arc authorized to announce that WM. II. MARTIN, of Clark towushln, in a can didate for the oflicu of Judge of the County Court, funjcct to tne docision or we jjctno cratlc nominating convention. Wo urn authorized to announce GEO. W, HAIlllKSTY iM ii candidate for Jtldiro of the County Court, subject to tho Democratic county convention. Kki.i.otc citit.rnb or Lincoln codkty : 1 hereby announco inysell a Candidate for tha office of County Justice of Lincoln Count...

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. — 9 August 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1876. TROY LERALD. WEDNESDA, AUOUBT 9, A Bit of Lace. 1870, "It' a perfoctly exquisite piece of Ucc, papa." "1 litre My, Flor," "But I want you to look at It." "I ihouhlu't kaow any mora about it If I did." "Well, then, I want you to buy it." good ront-roles of their own, a Mn. "Buy It! What for?" iBarnette uied to tell lilm, were not "Why, for me." 'to inilttent in the .matter of rent-roll "Pay five hundred dollar for a as of virtue atd talentjin their datigh handkerchief for you ?' i tore huibands ; and he wai iiiTtted "Yet, Indeed. Why, papa, I should here and invltod there, and given to think It wtt something atrocious. All understand a great deal more than ho tho other girls have them, although choose to understand. Proud as Lu cortnlnlv, ibis la a little, the least little, cifer, as It was previously stated, he nicer lhau theirs. I don't know why was going to marry no heiress of thent Lucy should have a handsomer hand- all and be the thra...

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. — 9 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1876. Mrs. TnUe'a Harp. Prom the Detroit Free l'rcsi.J Any one knowing Mm. Trudo o( Detroit knows her m a motherly, klnd-hoaricd matron, who would I'ltitior stand nil l ho ox pome of a Suit tiny school excursion than not soo tho chllilroii enjoy themselves. No one, not even her husband, ever suspected her ol roitmnco or sentiment, but all of 11 sudden, nbout a month ago, slio coaxed her husband to buy lior a harp. I In l a very practical man ono who etill l bis own wood, and uses lilt lawn mower, und In hla ainazuracut, lie inquired : "A harp? A harp? What la It some tiow-faugird brush to wash windowi with, or aonie attachment to a lewlnjf-innchlno V" She iitttdo hlui understand and ro member that a hnrp U a musical In atruuietit, couUruiiteil to bo thuuibed on and to give out such soft, tender, qulvcriug notes or Joy und grief that tlsh-peddtcr driving by the house would atop to bruah away a tear of regret that they hadn't cut off hoada and tai...

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. — 9 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0-1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1876. THE0 II. FISHER. JOS. A. MfJDB, EJItcra. Democratic Ticket. FOR l'BESIDENT, AnVHV J. TILDE!, ron VICE PRESIDENT, TIIOWA1 A. HEMDRICKB. STATE TICKET- Kur (lovcrnoi-JUHN 8. PHELPS. Kor l.t. Movoriior-II. C. HIIUCKMEYEB. 8t-rctarv of State M. V. JlcORATII. State Treasurer ELIJAH GATES. Kor Auditor THUS. HOLADAY. Attoriicy-Uenernl J. 8. SMITH. Iti'fttcr of Lands J. E. McHKNUY. .ludgo Supremo Court-JOJIN XV. HENItY ) J. 8. Marmauvkk It. It, Commissioners V. Ton Walkkr. ) JAMES llAHDINO. Orth lias concluded that he couldn't bo elected governor of Indiana. Wo give a brief record, In another column, of tho renegade Tuttlo, who (old such a whopper on tbli state Id Ills Dca Moines speech. Wo would adviio the homo not to prefer articles of Impeachment against Secretary Robeson, becauso Ills trial would cost $$0,000 or $75,000, nml then a partisan sonata would whitewash him liko it did Bolknap. That sort of thin...

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. — 9 August 1876

THii TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1876. RUPLY TS SRANOER. EMora Herald: Id your lutlt no there nppotrod n article tJgned "Granger," which I propoie to notice briefly. Wliothor Intended or not, and although he dlicltimi any euch Intention, he hat neyerthelett re fleeted eeveroly upon the honor of all the candldatei before the people. Hear htm: "Send your delegates with Instruction! to repudiate a to candidate, and bestow their favors on the most deserving oltlecns." had supposed that delegates were chosen to express the will of the peo ples and not to "bestow their favors." This, too, is the first tlmolover heard that candidates could not be desorvlng citizens and should bo cast off as unworthy of office Shades of Clav. Webster. Calhoun. Denton anil Jackson, how have you fallen in llio estimation of who ntnn 1 it Ihoso lot ter days. Were you hore to-day with all your laudable and honest ambi tion, vou would not bo coimldcrod fit for positions uf trust and honor, nor oiio or llio...

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. — 9 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1&76. iTHE VICTOR ccORE A H0A7 WHILE HEAL, ESTATE IS CHEAP Ejpeclal attention given to the scle o TOBACCO und GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our markets, will please furnish us their addresses. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. These remarkable Instruments possess capacities for musical effects and expression never before attained) (fdiptcil for Amateur and Profeuional, and an ornament in any parlor. OT Iwutlhl til Style! tew mif WARKBOOXg GEO. W00D8 Sc CO., Cambridgcport, Mas. 18 1 608 Wasklifton St., Boitoni 1708UtSt.,CHMfO Ul tad(aUHIII,Unde. ART VflT HITO Alii Aleadinj Musical Journal of (elected music and valuable reading matter. luu I UA ilUHAslA lly mail for Si per year, or ten centi a number. Each number contains from i to Si worth of the finest selected music. GEO. WOODS & CO., Publishers, Cimbridjtport, Mat. BE AT TV PIANO! firntiit, Mqunre tend I'prlirlst. WU1IICU tftcr) Wlicrv, .SUlllcss, CSTAgf DANIEL F. BEATTY,...

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. — 9 August 1876

TBh TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1876. Mill MARY F. HUDSON (Mm leave to inform the tattles of Auburn and vicinity tlmt h husjmt returned rrom Ht. Louis with a new Miii elegant stock or MILLtNKU V OOODSt Which will be sold at most reasonable prlcei. Itvturnlng Winkn to runner natrons for fa vors, she nones to meitt u conttntince of tlm same. tidies ru respecfully Invited to call and oxatntno styles and prices of good before purchasing elsewhere. Auburn. Mo., AtirllslO. M7d. ml Iimoledo Hotel, Tit or, .... mo THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprietor. THIS IS A FUtST'CL ASS HOTEL tarnished In itooil style, with lt table mmtitirat with the best the market affords. Stranger stopplnxln 'troy will and hero all tuo conuoris ui iiuiuu. THE BAR Is stocked with strictly in line Liquors, sitcb us Uruiullt-. Wlii-ky-. Wines. Ales, Glus, etc. : also tin Uiictlir:iuu or cigars, in IS O Tit AY NOTK'i: Tnkr-11 mi liV O Jee Swlnncy, of lied ford In.. Lincoln wiunty. Mo., on April ii, 17U. ti fay stal...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 August 1876

THE EROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1876. TROT HERALD PVBMSRRtl BY FISIIER. &, MUDD, AT ftl.fSO n Yonr in Advance. If ATESj of ad vkr t isihq. 1 Miusre 1 insertion, II M Kacb additional Insertion 70 Ailtnllil.triitnrx' Xiitli-cK 3 00 Hnal Settlement Notlees H 00 Mritv Vnlti.ua (alniftn stravl 3 00 kadi additional stray In same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be uiade to regular tdvcrtlscrs. . . , Advertisements will take the regular run of the paper. Extra charge made for pre Icrr-d places. No certlltcatc of publication wilt he made until Mich publication ba- been paid for. J'he non-observance of thin rule has been tin. nmitlnn of much trouble and actual loss. Our terms uro: Cash in ndvuitcc. uu nut- oititlntiH ; cash on delivery, Tor Job work nd cash on demand) for advertisement. AT PILCHEU'S YOU CAN OET PLOW SIIOE8 FOK$1.65. LADIES' MOROCCO SUITERS, $1.00. Flaao for Sale. a No 1 7-octave Piano for talc. F. C. Cake. CARD mora Mi EAST. To the Votcrt of Lincoln aounty: I...

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. — 16 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL.11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO:, AUGUST 16, 1876. NO 33 TROY JffiRALD. WEOatSSDAY, AUGUST 16. 1876. L AN OOUNTY NIW1. KMSKfBATIC CSHJITTT COUVKJU TISMI. Pursuant to a call of the Demo emtio central committee of Lincoln county, e convention iru held InthU piece on Monday, the Utta last., for tbeparpoieof nominating a county ticket. The convention waa called to order by A. V. McKee, Eiq., who named Capt. Richard Wommackae temporary chairman, and J. M. Mo Lellan as tecretary. The chairmau appointed commit teea on credential! and permanent or (canlsation ae followe t COMMITTEE ON CREDENTIALS. G. W. Vaughn, Hurricane town ship; Jene Roberts, Baow Hill; N. Crenshaw, Burr Oak ; J. W. Blrk bead, Monroe; J. M. Heady, Clark ; i. S. Qutt, Bedford ; A. Kennedy, Prairio ; F. L. Wllion, Union ; M. Sbockioe, Millwood; J. W.Brown, Waverly; P. E. Mosley.Ninoveh. I'KBUANBXT OBQANMEATION. W. U. Priest, Ilurricaue towmblp; J. V. Moiloy, Union ; W. Dunn, Burr Oak ; J. W. Cruuie, Snow ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD; TV EDNESD AY, AUGUST 1 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNE8DAY, AUGUST 16, 1876. Tilden's and Hendncks' Let ters of Acceptance. H Albany, N. Y., July 81, 1876. Uknti.emkn ! Wbeu I had the liouor to receive personal delivery of your letter on behalf or the Demo orallc national convention, held on tho 28th' of June at St. Loula, advli Jng mo of my nomination at candi date of the conitltuoncy repreiooted by that body for the offico of presl (lent of the United Statos, I anawered t hat at my earlicit convenience and In conformity with uioge I would rcini-c and transmit to you a formal acceptance. I now avail inyaelf of the itrst Interval in unavoidable occupa tions to fulfil that engagement. The convention bofore making Its nomination adopted a declaration of principles, which at. a wholo seems to i tic a wise exposition of tho ucccssi ties of our country and of reforms needed to bring back tho government toiutruo functions; to rettoro pu j I f y of udmlnlstratloii and to renew pr...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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