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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 August 1876

THE XnOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1876. Nor It denunciation unmerited ef that Improvidence which in eleven years tine IIm peace, hue contained $4,800, 000,000, end yet could net afford to Kite the people a stand and ttable currency. Two-end-e-half per cent, on expenditures ot these eleven yean or even lens won Id have provided all the coin needlul to resumption. The distress now felt by the people In all their business and industries, though It has its principal cause In the enor mous waste of capital oecaalened by false policies of our government, has been greatly aggravated by mlsman agemeiitef the currency. Uncertainty Is too prollflo parent of mischiefs in all business. Never were Its ovlls more felt than now. Men do nothing because they are unable to make any emulations ou which they can safely roly. They undertake nothing be cause they foar a loss in everything thoy would attempt. They stop and wait. The merchant dares not buy for future consumption of his custo mers; the...

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. — 16 August 1876

THE TR0Y HBBA1J); WJiEei)AY, AtraUST l t&t& TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 117. JN. A. MCBB, ' Ml ton Democratic Ticket. VOX PBMIDEftT, AMVmL J. mi.BM.lf. ron VICE PMSXDSNT, TtlMAO At HBIVOmcKI. STATE TICKET- Yot Oomnot-JOHS 8. PHELPS. Kor l.t. Governor!, C. BBOCKMEYEB. Heretsry of State M. 0. McGBATH. State Treasurer EI.MAI1 GATES. Vor Atldltor-THOS. HOLADAY. Atii-rut y-Ocncrnl J. 8. SMITH. Keglrter of Lsml J. K. McHENKY. JuSte Supreme Court-JonN W. IJENBY ).T. 8. Marmaduik li.l!. ComailMlonors VJohs Walxwi. I J AMIS llAHDINfl. Vor Cougren.WUi Dttt. A. U.BUCKMEst Kor Mte Senator-H. C. MUBKAY. DCMOCRATIC COUNTY TIOKIT Kor lteiirenontitlve w.E. BROWJf. Ju.tiuo County Court N. P. TBKSL'OTT. Vat Collector 1 G. 8HELTON. rriix-'jitlluc Attorney O. T. DUNN. sliBilir-.). C. ELilOBE. Ammor-JOHN WILSON. 'i iHiHiirer john Mcdonald. PuIjIU- Aduilolntrstor JEPTUA WELLS. Hum-yur-J. V. WILSON. Alabama bat gone Democratic by about 80,000 majority. Congress will probably adjourn to day (...

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. — 16 August 1876

TEt MdY HtiftALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1876. Special dispatch to Cincinnati Enquirer. Point Pleasant, W. Ve Joly 27. There hu beeo k good deal of ulk In tbli county in. reUtton to wtr Incident la .which Governor liayeeiet prty7ln;hlob. It teemi the governor got foar hundred dol Urfelotigtig tot toldler that was exeouted for desertion. The follow lug letter will explain the matter : Hartfomd Citv. W. Va., ) July 25, 1876. f la thelMt Issue of the Point Pleat ant weekly Iteguter, the editor aska of u an explanation in relation to Mme money with which Governor Ilayes had to do. I am glad an op portunity ha been afforded me of giving a elatement of this war Incl dent, the fact that both myself and alio General Ilayes have beon ma. llgned and misrepresented in the mat ter. The tallowing are tho ftcta; In the summer ot 1864 our brigade, comraaudod by General Hayes, was ordered to Monocaoy Junction, iu Slarvland. nml trlilln 1ftn !,,.. soldier belonglut; to the Twenty-third vmiiu nuv iriru...

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. — 16 August 1876

THE TROY HEBALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1870. ITHE VICTOR WHILE. HUttl, E81ATE 9 CHEAP Ejpecial attention given to the tele o TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our markets, will please furnish us their addresses. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. Thcw rtinarkaUe tnttrumcntt cot uu cipadtln for muiletl afltcta tad txprcuton ncrtr btfot attain Prorauloaal.aadaaoraaatat la aay parlor. MUtUUmw.KJHI UVNUft adapted for Amateur and Pn QEO. WOODS CO.. Cambridf port, Mui. WAREROOMi 60SWaiBlaftoa8t.,Btta U0IUtoM.,Ckerot 10 taigato Ml, Lm4m. UTT1 TTnV TftTlfllM Alr4lnr Miiati-.l f Ati.n.l rif ul.trl mit.to and valuahla raadln m'attM. lull f UA UUMAIlA By mail for ti per year, or un cants a nurnbtr. Bach numbar ceatalaa from i to 51 worm si ma nnttl Mlccled matte, fito. WOODS A CO, rwiUMfi, CSlnDMfftBOn, BEATTY r i a. is o z flrnnd, Nqiiare una Cprlajlat. tSTAgt' Man tod everywhere. Address, DAMEL F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, U- S. A. Twelfth and Poplar Streets, Opp. ...

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. — 16 August 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1876. MlM MARY F. HUDSON bogs leave to inform the ladle of Auburn mid vicinity that ibe basjust returned from . Louis with a new and elegant stock .of Mii-LiiVEit if GOODS, which will be eokl at most reasonable prices, itvturnlnir thanks to farmer natron for fa von, she hopes to mcttt a contlnminco of the ime. Lartlei ar ret pecfuliy invited to cll and examine styles and prices of good before purchasing elsewhere. Auburn. Mo.. Aorll 20. 1970. ml Xiaoledo Hotel, TROY. MO THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprietor. miHSIS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL L furnished In good t.v',-, with lb table supplied with the bet tin: market affords, stranger stopping In 'Toy will End hero ull lilt' COIUIOrtS oi uuiuv. - THE BAIt la ntnokni with .tH.'tlv lirlimi Ltmiors. fllcb iu. ItrunUlcK. Whisky', Wine-. Ale, Ollis, t-U'. : also tue tincst brands 01 cigars, until O Tit AY NOTICETakon k"J Jesse. Swlnncy. o Buffalo Numry ! TRl PliACB. 1 ACCENTS WANTED FOB OUR NEW BOOK ON MOW AN...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 August 1876

THE IJIOT HKRALJ), WEDNESDAY, AUGUSTaO, 1876. TROY HERALD railBUD BY FIHHEB Ac MUDt), AT H1.80 a. Year ia Adranon. ATM OP ADVERTISING. I squaw 1 Insertlen 91 M Eseh additional Insertion 7ft Administrators' Notice S 00 Hnsl Settlement Notice 8 00 Mry Notice (single stray) . 8 TO bach additional stray In tame notice. . 1 00 Literal deduction will be made to regular sdverttscrs. , Advertisement will take the regular run of the paper. Extra charges mado for pro Icrrcd place. ..... ,,. . . No certificate of publication will be mado Ctitll such publication ba been paid for. I ho non-observance or thl rule ha been the occasion of much trouble and actual loss. Our term are: ensn in auvancc. on suo- etptlons ; cash on ueuvery, for jon wont nil casn on uemanu, loriuiveruaemcuis. Candidates' Announcement. FeR CeiAECTOB. llv tho request of many friend and voter I announce niyscu na a conservative ucrau rMliu'nndldatefortbe office of Count? Col' li rtnr. kublout to the houorablo voter ot Lincoln...

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. — 23 August 1876

HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 23, 1876. NO 34 THE TROY TROY J1ERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1876. LOCAL AN COUNTY NIWI. Dr. East left jesterday (Tuesday) morning for the Centennial exhibi tion. There will be a camp moetlng hold one. mile wait of Truxton to com menee September 14th. The Tildeo and Ilendrlckt club will meet la the county court room next Friday evening. A full attendance is requested. In answer to an Inquiry wo will state that the probate court of this county holde Iti next session, begin lug on the third Monday in Octobor. The time for holding this and all other courts of this county, may be found in the court directory on the eighth page ot tbo Herald. Mr. Ed Mudd has just received, di rect from the factory, ono of Dcatty's six hundred dollar pianos. It is of very superior finish, and what is more important, tho tone cannot be surpassed for richness, swootness and power. Judging from this wo can cordially recommend this make of pi anos to any of o...

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. — 23 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28; 1876. TROY HERALD! WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 88, 1876. The Spirit Picture. About twenty year ego Lord B , then living at the Manor Home, Warksop, England, lost by death a very lovely and accomplished daugu tcr, and although her lllnen was slow iind death sure, hor parents were to afraid of wounding her foelingt by peaking of her condition, that they omitted to have her portrait paluted, and after her death Hgave them great concorn to think that they had not a pjctorc of their loved ouo. The omls "Ion so preyed upon tho mind of Lord B that ko lost uo opportunity of questioning every painter of repute that ho met with, to know If there was nuy possible way known to set euro by which ho could procure a picture of hU lost darling. These inquiries were all to uo purpose, each one told him it was Impossible. Still i-ould not release his nilud of the one Idea that possessed him, and lie would willingly have spent one-half hU vast fortune for tho gratltlcatiot...

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. — 23 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1876. WAB1NS) WtmU WHUSFAIIU asm, I bare mn tnaTTlnslancss whan the above occurred, but one ef the most atrlklog that I aver aaw took place about fifty years ago at the towu of Oucbita or Monroe, on the Ouchlta river, in the north of the tate of Loulslaua. Some of the boat cotton lamti In the state and thoy ware the beat in the world had been prepared for market, after long, te dloui, dlfilcult roiearch and conflict with Spanish float, grants and titles o( every description, and wero now rr;'":V.;r,':r:U h. nr.. Zm t.hZ i iSL'51 5 r . ZT ut ' the dining-room, which after supper and as the lands would bring ... f . .i- ia .i M.n.. .Z'W up with cots, pallets, etc., muuijih vv. w, uu .vail nvnu , . . -fc- iL... - I, M. ..jn. v. im.,'or bed-room; where there was a and, mouey being easily obtained, the dd 7." Th! ,-,., ,.u.,,.. ,vu ae could only be seen In that country 1 at tho time, and such as will never be seen again. The courtly gentlemanly plan...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 August 1876

. THE TROY- HERALD, -WEDNESDAY AUGUST-23, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1876. fllEO. JWH. A. T1RHEB, I 1KVM, J Mllm Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ASDBL I, TILBSKT. KOR VICE PRESIDENT, TMM1I At MMDIC, STATE TIOKIT For Govornot-JOUN 8. PIIKLPB. Kor l.t. (lovernor-H. C. DRUCKMEYEB. Ucrotarv of State M. C. McORATH. tat 'I'rcssurer ELIJAH GATES. Kor Au.lltor TII03. HOLADAY. Attonif.v-Oencral J. 8. SMITH. IUKlMcrnrUnd-J. E. MolIENRY. JiitUru supreme Court-JOHS W. HKNUY !J. 8. Maiimadukk Jolt.t WALKKR. .IAMKH JlAKUINU. Kor Cf.ilf;reM.iath Dlit.-A. ll.BUCKNER Kor .mtp Senator-K. C. MUltttAY. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKBTi Kor Representative W. K. BROWN. .iii,tlc County Court N. 1). TRKSCOTT. Kor Cnll.-utor 1'. ti. 81! ELTON, j'roterutlncr Attorney U. T. DUNN. ."berltr-J. 0. KI.MOItK. Answer John wilson. Tr.'rtii. r-.t(iHN Mr.DONALO. ruMIe Aamlnltrator-.IKrTUA WELLS. Survoyr.r-J. K. WILSON. The Republicans nro tho only poo lle lu ttils stato who oncourago tho Cooper and Cory conven...

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. — 23 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1876. A Delictus QtuetlAni , I From tlie St. Louts Kopubllcsh. Senator Morton tells us that "on the 30th of Juni,' 18G6,- tho, obt wo S2,610,818,000;noW, it'ls Id round numbers, $2.0dO,M5,000 5" so that tho Republican usfly bit, paid off $579, 423,000 of It. r Senator Morton U here treading on dellotU) groundYanrt he ought tobe a little careful,- Bow doe ho know wAafthedibt waaon the 80th of June, 1886 T' Heays lCwat 2,M0,348,OOO ; the report of the, secretary of tho treasury for 1671 lay it was (fi,773, 236,173 ; and the report of the very name secretary for 1170 says It was $2,783,433,879. Here are three differ ent statements of the same thing. Which is true? Tho difference bo tweeri,twoo( them is 148,077,879 an eaormoui dlscrcpoticy, which ion ntor Morton cannot explain-; which a special senato committee, after an in qulry, could not explain, and which an er-secrotary of the treasury, Mr. Boutwell, aftor threo or four labored attempts, hag m...

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. — 23 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1876! THE VICTOR JflUJLE REAL ESl.iTE IS CHEAP m BftfVkHtil fSk aaFaaalV PjflWj)PSaaa a 9 uEaajK Especial attention given to the tele o TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our markets, will please furnish us their addresses. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. sjj I J. Ma cLELLAN & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, TROY, LINCOLN CO., MO. Wo have for sale iomt of the The Finest Farms and Lands IJf LirVCOLTV COUNT V, 1 h'r rnarVjVle initruntntt tcte caracitist f muilcal effect! and exrreiiian never bfore attained, XJsjttJ for Amateur and Profeuiocal, and aa ornament in any parlor, OT ftuttftltll BIjlal WW ml GEO. WOODS & CO., Cambrldgtport, Mats. WACr.ROOHst COS Wiihlnton8t.,Boton i;08UU6t.,ChRrof IBLidftWUIU, ton), TUP VflT UTTVAITl Alsadinj Muiieat Journal cf (elected mmle and valuable reading mattet. I CD I UA nUnallil Uy mail ht it per year, or ten centt a number. Each number cantaini froJO t iu ii wonh f the ftuttt lelecteJ ...

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. — 23 August 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 187G. Mitt MARY F. HUDSON tn leave to inrom ttio ladles or Auburn Mild VlelnltT that shll ku Inut rMtirnnl trnm IM. Louis with a new and elegant stock or MILLUVER V GOODS, wlilch will be gold at tuoit reasonable Jul on. Returning thanks to farmer patrons for fa vvriitHBovn iu mem a coiuinnaiice oi the tatM. Ladle are reipocfully Invited to call sndsxamiuo styles and prices of goods ire purchasing; elsewhere. i uburn. Mo.. Aorliao. 18T0. mil before Auburn! . Xamoledo Hotel, 2 nor, .... 210 THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprietor. Til IS 18 A FinST-UL ASS HOTEL furnished in good tyle. with iu initio stippiieu wiiu ma neu me marKct nliord. Stranger stopping in Troy will tlnd hero all the voinforts of home. THE BAR 1 stocked with strictly ptlmo Liquors, ntcS it, brandies, Whtskv. Wines, Ales, Ulun, iAai. t also the tiucst brands of cigar-. Snl.-t STRAY XOTHJI4. Tnkoii tip by lesseSwIiiney, of licdl'ord tr., Lincoln county. Mo., on April '.'J, l7U, a b....

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. — 23 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST '23, 1870. TROY. HERALD PUBLISHED BY FISHER fc MUDD, AT Itll.tSO a Year In Advance ATM fl ADVMTiaiNa. I square 1 tBMitlra HM Encb additional Insertion 7ft AUmlnistrators' Notice! 8 00 t inil Settlement Notice S 00 tr Natlral (slnaie atrav) I 00 tneh additional stray in same notice. . 1 ,00 Liberal deductions will be mado to regular advertisers. , Advertisements will Uke tho regular run of the paper. Extra charges made fur pre- icrrea places. ..... No certlllcate of publication will bo made until sucn pUDiication nas nccn uaia lor. 'i'he non-observance of this rule lias been i ha occasion of much trouble and actual loss. Our terms are: Cash in advance, on sub- vlptions; cash on delivery, for Job work nil casn on uemana, lorauveruscincnu. Candidates' Announcements. rem coiXKurea. By the requestor man friends and voters 1 announce myseii as a i.onnurvainru i.mnu ratle candidate for the office ol County Col lector, subject to tbe honorable voters ot Li...

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. — 30 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 30,1876. NO 35 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. 1876. LOCAL AND OOUNTY NIWS. Our sonlor editor i at Canton, at tending thostato mooting of tuo Chris tlau church which mot yesterday and of which ho lit a delegate. Wo bavo received invitation! to the Montgomery city fair, which begins on September Mb, lasting llvo days, and that of Loulilnim, beginning September l'Jih and -lasting four day. T ho Lincoln county medical society met on last Saturday lu tho ofllco of Drs. Ilutt and Hoblnson, and had a very interesting discussion on tho subject of ltlieuiuatlsm. Tho society incuts again on the second Saturday In September; at which time some interesting Kubjccts will bo discussed. It is hoped all tho members will bo present. We notlco iu tho eastern part of this and tho southern part of Uujon town ships, iicvcral barns already filled with tho new tobacco crop, lu good condition, and with lino prospect of excellent cure. Tho crop...

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. — 30 August 1876

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 80, 1876. Mn il,,.9(.(lmjmi..mo'0 T.n iiij x00ll,-uuumc.uiiu0.w otOry, The clock or the Old South had Just iruckton. I, notched my slippered feet out to the warmth of tho llro, i.ctllcd a little more easily, II posit bio, Into the embrace of tho great p. lowed nrm-chalr, and drew, between iny faco and tho ol. obtrusively bright lilnn, the (allcmtiroidurcd lire-screen, i,i . .i hid, my gioat-grnndmammasmal den lingers wrought a century ago. r . . ir,r:L 1 U a quaint utlalr, with tho lramo work oddly carved, quito black with age, mid hero nud llicre feebly pre HL'Wiiiy n glimmer ot Its old-tlmo ela borate gliding. The design selected by my miccstrcps U a llgure a lady in classic draperies, silling under a trco of unknown species, with jjoomy s.cptu-colorcd foliage and serpentine blanches; her luce is faded to tho very spectrcof Its original brilliancy, but you may still observe tho red of liur uiotilh, like a wafer, and the faint iitiiL ificciiiita wlili...

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. — 30 August 1876

THE EROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1876. that every word carried weight with It. She did not look up In hit face at rtrst, but when alio did, the cried out suddenly, at II with a iharp pain s " 'It isn't loo lato yet, Chilian, it 4n't loolale. 3lvo up this thing, 4urn back, Chilian, come back to roe!' "And proud Mildred Davenport ttarled up and stretched bor arms out lo her cousin, boioocblttghlm, and beseeching him in valid "'Not for my hopo of hear on,' ho aald hoarsely, and ho covered Ids faco with bis hands. 'Don't tempt me, child i I've el veil my word, my hon or, my life, please Uod, shall go with Uiem now I' "I pilled her assho stood there, so ilcsolate, so stung with thuine and wounded pride, lo think thnt alio had pleaded with him vainly. Her arms 1rooped down at her sides, and she clinched her hands tight, and drow one long, trembling breath, like a clgh, and sho did not open her lips onco more. "'is this tho hint word, Mildred?' aald Chilian brokenly, and he came mid ...

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. — 30 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 80, 1876, JON. A. KfVBB, J " Democratic Tcket. FOR 1'KKBtDKNT, KAMUUL J. TILDE!. FOlt VICK PRKSIDKNT, THOMAS At HENDRICKS. 8TATK TICKET- " Vor Oovrrnoi-JOIIN s). I'HKM'S. Fur l.t.(iutiii(ii-lI.C.lltOCKMKYEH. K-retury of Statu M. :. McriltATII. Statu Ireasiirrr-KI.MAll UATRS. Fur Ali.lilnr THUS. HOLADAY. All y-ticnoral .1. S. .SMITH. Jtiu'lMilnrl.ainls-.l. K. McllKNltY. .Ili.lu Supremo Cotirt-JOllN W. HKNltY l.l.S. MAKMAHt'KK lt.l. (.OintliUdOllCM .InllN W.M.KKK. ICM J i J .IAMV.S H.UIPIMI. ttirCuiigiVvs, 13th Iit. A. ll.lillCK.NKK For Mate Senator ti. C. MUltlCAY. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Fur liepi .ciilallic W'.K. MIOWN. til.tki' niilitv Court N. I. TltKHCOTT. I'm i olltvtur 1'. ii. .SUIX'i'ON. I'lici'" li'lu,' AltniT.iy (i. T. DUNN. i 111 I. I'.KI.MOIiK. As-e-.m JolIN WILSON. Tlv:i-ur.r-.f01IN .Mi:loN AI.I). Public AitmliiMratnr .IIU'TllA WELLS. Mini or .). K. WILSON". Texas oflors a Hag to any stato tha...

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. — 30 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30,, 1876. vented by our Washington correipon dent. Tito order from Secretary Chandler to General Sherman, which we alio print, shows that the administration had hail n, Tory doflnlte use to mako of thcio troops all (he time, and we at on co sco why Crook and Torry have been deliberately left without ade quate support. It Is expected that the regiments will carry four of tho Southern states, by whipping tho no rocs Into lino who have cither be come listless In politics or wanderlug ofl'to the Democracy, and by terrify lug the "(lumliih" Whlto-llners into subjection, Ily keeping: tho outrage mill slowly gi'ltulliiff and sending pin toons ot cavalry Miner and thither, it is evidently hoped to revive the bit terness whir.li lias boon rapidly disap pearing between the races In most parts of the south. Wo wish to see nil citizens protected In their rights, but this tin ning of tho army ot tho United States Into hands of trimmers lor Hie negro vote, Is p...

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. — 30 August 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1870. THE VICTOE WHILE REM ES1.1TE IS CUEAF Ejpeclal attention giv6ntothe scle o TOBACCO and GRAIN. Parties wishing to be advised of our markets, will please furnish us their addresses. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. 9- - 'M'BEnH mm 1 b CSJ M ft rcr BlI' Mm'' KB 8 a 5., aSi-Hp A&4flBHiHBMiWL,' itVJ M I There rtmirlcaMe instrument, fioticti capacities for t.unical effects and txt-rmlon ncier before attained ditcd fur Amateur &u J Profciiional, an J an ornament In any parlor, tir Scittlf;! 1'CV St-ici Err tttdjk GEO. WOODS & CO., Cambridgeport, Mass. WARV.tlOOSSt 00S VTiihlagton St., Uostom 170 State St., Uili-a?o lOIaidgate Hill, Londoi. VflY HUM iWA A leading Miuical Journal cf electcd intiilc and valuable reading, matter. I UU I UA QUululm Hy mail for (i V'cr year, cr ten cent a number. Kach number contains from i to $ j worth cf the find tclccicd myiic. CEO, WOODS & CO., Publisher, Cambridgeport, Mast. BE ATT? J T vV T...

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