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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 September 1876

THE JPROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1876. umhm r tmi tokbiih wit peas, wherever Ultra wert aay rego t.w. .ek.,V.M. o.tr.fi, troopito wmUMMerM, ihey Mi l.... C.rn,4 Akotst it BeablBaike III atroc Mmii mk .. I tty. Here, m Mr, Sohsjyler will ibow ,. - .... j, ' In Ma raport, rflar and Irregular The correspondence of tho London , mm My cr(e1 .,, M(1 JVw wr l ei i that the Turkish com. feroclon Hats Pasba U no less luauder, Halls Pasha, In marching through Bulgaria, arrived bafore the little town of Panlgurlshtl with a regiment of regular troops, two or f :wmtf . tiumberof Bashl-Bazouks. It would seem that the IniurgenU had ouly about 260 men armed with musketa' or rlflei. One hundred and fifty of the beit armed had gone out on one road toward Tatar-Bazardjlk to die outeltbe way, ami one hundred on the other road ; for it ioouu they did not havo spies out to see by which way the army had come. When Hafis I'aiha arrived be found only 100 men , to oppoieblm, and these frightened at...

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. — 20 September 1876

I Tfffc TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 201876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. SO, 1876. Democratic Ticket. FOB PHKSIDBNT, BAni'EL J. TILDKN. Von VICE PHE8IDKNT, THOMAS At MENBMICKR. TATC TICKET- For riovn-noi JOHN S. I'HKLrS. Kor Lt.Oovernor-H.C. HllOC'KMKYEU. SercturyofSlato-M. (!. JlcOKATH. state TifiiMirrr KI.M All GATES. Kor Auditor TllO. HOLADAY. Atlnriify-tlt-neral J. S. SMITH. l!fitiTori.iiml.-J. K. McllKSIlY. .liidgu Stiiiieiuu Court -JOHN V. UKNK Y 1.1.8. MAItMAOUKK It. LI CoimiiMonei V.Ioiin Wai.kkh. ) JAMKS ilAHIIINO. I'or Oinijro-.. 13th DM. -A. II. 1IUCKNEK T.ir Mate Suintor-H. C. Ml'llftAY. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKETi Tor Kt-pri-cntatlve W.E. HttOWN. .itl-tlie Comily Conn N. P. TttESXOTT. Iir O.llfttor l. i. S1IELTON. Prosecutlm,' Attorney U. T. DUNN. Mieilil-J. EI.MOUK. ,..i...or-JOHN WII0S. YiviiMircr-JOHN McHONAI.I). I'ul.lle Atliiiliil-trator-JKPTHA WELLS. iirvvir J. !', WILSON. Tho Democrats o( Now York have nomiualcd Iloti. Lucius Robinson for irovernor. Tho Repu...

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. — 20 September 1876

.Ir THE 'TROY HERAILiDV "WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20; 1876. 'lieptiWlc&nd butpurchamaot, IkMr ifMtrd when they knewthat trlav obi lost must ensue If the bond, were auaaiuuiiKui ....... . - i altar aueh aen cqwitf of ncB it wouiu uo an outrage upon morality and Juitiee ana an lnipeacnmeni oi mo isnegriiy of the clllzoiia to allow, tho city to re pudlate ita obligation!. Many of the cltlz&Mwe know dUapprovo of and condemn aueh repudiation, and we ti uit.aU of them would do to were it a simple traiuaetlou between man aud man whero the culpability could not be thrown oft upou a municipal. But it It tins very circumstance which enhance tho impropriety of the act or repudiation, lor tno integrity or Ibcllovo that many good citizens aro induced to advocato and support ocouso of conduct by the community of which they aro members which they would not ho guilty of in their own private transactions. In repu diating a public debt they are iuduced to it by a misconception as to tho class of 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. — 20 September 1876

1 THE 'TROY HERALD, ' WEDNESDAY',' SEPTEMBER 20, 1S76. THE VICTOR m uutH .ivi.rvivlium. AnilfuAS. DAMEL F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, U- S. A. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS. These mnatkabtt Initnimtnti potxti capacities for mutical effecli and cxpretiton never before attainted Adapted foisAmateur and Prafewlonal, and an ornament in any parlor. OT BMltilutftT Wtjm U tM4 GEO. WOODS A CO., Cambrldgeport, Mast. WAinOOISt 08Waaklafta8l.,Bitoa lJ08UUSt.,CMfaroj 10 tidf aU 1IH1, Londot. OUT? TOT OTTWiVA A leading Mutical Journal of telecled mutle and valuable reading matter. IHD ?UA JiUaUnA By mail for fi per year, or ten cent a number. Each number cwtaint from 91 to fa worth or the final (elected mute. GEO, BW A 11 Ff"!u5i Pinno ztncl Orgnn DAMFX JP. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, U. 8. A. Buffalo Nursery Is THE PLACE. TO BIT TREES. Will ttvll to Suit the Times. tt AM NOW sclHnsr troos nt the nur I vi.i i- mi ii months lime. Avitli'ttit hiteri t. lor !?I2"..'o,.cr hundred; fo...

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. — 20 September 1876

THE TROY HERAID, mEDTSEBDAYsBBV!: EReo,:i87G. WALLa OS'S Branching fL8Uh(oRN We offer for nlc n variety of Com ob tained four year ago from an Indian chief, nt-Urund' Island, Neb. By carefully lolect Ing mid pUnttng, we have obtained a vari ety of corn for which we claim tbo follow lug points of excellence. I 1st. It Is llranchlng Corn yielding moro per acre than the common Held variety. !M. It matures six weeks earlier than common corn. 3d. When ground Into fine flour It pro duces a llour analogous to Hour made from wheat : even nn epicuro Would fall to ills tlngubli between bread mado troui the two. TEIlMSl For N) cts. wo will send enough to plant 00 htll. For 81 we will send enough for MO hills. For :!..V),(!O0 hills. Address. Itlill) WAI.LAOK, Auburn, Lincoln county, Missouri. CERTIFICATES t Thll to certify Hint t havo tried Kold Wallace's Corn Hour, nnd find It even bet ter than he represent-It to be. The bread is sweeter uud lighter thnn wheat. JAMES NICHOLS. This I- to certif...

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. — 20 September 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1876. TROY HERALD rSBMSnKD BY FISHER fc MUDD, AT Ml. SO ti Yonr In Advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. tnuaro 1 Insertion, f I JO Each additional iUKcrtton 7 Administrator' Notices 8 W r Imd Helllcmciit Notice JW Mray Notices (single stray) .. w .nch additional stray In namo notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be wade to reirular ,dAdwrHmcnts will tako the regular run cl the paper. Extra charge tuade Tor pre- '"So ccrlMcatc of publication will be made jntll uli publication ha been paid for. 'J he noiwbservanco of thin rule bun been tint occasion of much troublo anil actual loin. Our terms are: Cash In advance, on tub t'lptlnni; cash on delivery, for Job Work in! cash ou demand, for advertisement. Candidates' Announcements. FOR CokXEVTOB. llv tho requestor many friends and voters 1 iimwimce myself as a Conservative Memo- ratlccnndldate lor the oliice nt County Col lector, subject to the honorablo voters, ot Lincoln county at the coming November...

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. — 27 September 1876

THE TROY HERALD. J.f.. .1., TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY,' MO., SEPTEMBER 1876. VOL. 11. NO 8i) TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY! SEPT. 27, 1876. LOCAL AND OOUNTY HtWi. Editor Herald : I have noticed several commuhlcations In your pa per recently in reference to our bonded Indebtedneat, one appearing onie time since, purporting to bo written by a gentleman living In Corto in title county, which article was afterwaida republished in the St. Louie Republican, doubtless at the instance of some bond-holder, and cut out to tho world as the sentl meuts of our tax-payers. The writer of that article, as I am credibly In formed, is the owner of several Lin coln county bondi, hence ho very naturally concludes it would be an unpardonable error for tho county court to respect the will of uinetoen twentieths of our tax-payers, who nro in lavor of tho couuty court en tering an order of record refuting to pay any further Interest or principal on said bonds until their validity has been fully tested by the courts of...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 September 1876

THL TTOY HBBAJUD, WEDNESDAY, SEITEMBER 27, E876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 27, MM. fiimstn OriiBn. "Drat these puiky March wiads, Jwwllngaud tearing around the houie like rc4 chlllttif the very marrow in ono'e Wotiei, to say nothing of loosening tho chimney-pots. I do fee llevo the shluglos will rattle down ii ext." And down wont a very large and ututauttal boot-lieol on au unofleud log ember, which a little while ago hud beon a very big hickory chip; I lion a huge, crispy live coal, glowing uml flushing llko a niomtrout ruby, then growing nihcn and gray fait, ai, Indeed, creryllitng in tho house had of laic the matter, poll-moll with tho roil fading away In narrowing circles, till only the deep red heart win left, taking nil manner of queer mill groteMjue shapes, now llko a Swl-s glacier toppling with crngi, mid now tho (ace of the crippled vag ubouds, who, years and years ago, vainly solicited a tritlc of this allien haired Grillln, who, sitting a lonely man bcrorc his solitar...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 September 1876

THE mOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 187C& LAMB OF THE PHARAOHS. Ckarlea Warn stMar at the Prr- Mill. iFrom the San Francisco Chronicle lloTKii Nil, Caiko, July 24 1876. Thn ilny of pllgrlmago U about over. A half dozen year ago the pyramids of Ulieczen were approached by a winding trail thut led through marshes and across a branch of the Nile. Yon were obliged to go out by doukoy, for only n donkey could havo tnado Ids way along I ho slippery mar gins of Iho Handing water-pools loft by the luiiiidutlou. ion wcro at times dil vt n to boats, und had "nu incrous ventures by flood and Held' before you enme nt last to tho pyr uiiiid platform, and sank clown in the shadow ol Cheops to contcmplMte nntiirc. But now! Your dragoman calls you in the cool of tho morning. Codec and rolls await you In the brcaklast-ioom. A cairiago and span with a champagne luncheon secreted tinder the Ffnt,nttht-jdoor. You light your cigar, sink back In tho luxurious cushions, roll swiftly over a splend...

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. — 27 September 1876

4 THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 27, 1876. ViiKoTriiRiiiiiRt i miT-ZT" JOS. A. MUD, E-Htera. Democratic Ticket. FOR 1'ItKHlDKNT, KAMVCt. J. TlLDUtt. FOB VICK 1'nESlDKNT, THUWAtl A. If UNDHIUKH. 1TAT-C TIOKKT l-'or Oownoi JOHN . I'HKM'S. l'nr l.t. tUivi-rnnr-H. 0. IIHOCK.MKYKR. N-lvtury of State M. C. McdllATII. Mate TioiiMiriT KI.MAH UATKS. Kiip Auditor THO. IIOI.ADAY. Attnrii.-.v-dHU-rnl-.l. 8. SMITH. Hitler ori.aml-.l. K. MnllKNItY. Iiul-t; Supreme Court-.IOIIN W. 1IKNU Y . . Maiimadukk Ji.lt, (.'oimiilsiloncni V.Ioiin Walkkh. j.lAMKH II AllIHNd. I in- Coni;riM.i:itH DIM. A. IJ.IIUCKNKK Kup Malu Si-iiiitur-i:. C. MUltUAY. ucmuvnHiiu uuunir tickbti 1 or Ucpri-cnlutlvp W.K. HltOWN. .iti-lli i- County Court X. I). TIlrWCOTT. l"op OillwtiM 1'. U. !SHi:i.TUN. l ioM-ciitlnif Ailoriicv (i. T. DUSN. . SliirM-J. C KI.MOIIK. .,..nr-.)nilN Wll.s(X. Tii-ii.iuvr-.IOIIN JlellONAI.I). J'ul.ll.' AiliiilnMrnti.r-JKl'TIlA WELLS. Mirveynr .1. K. WILSON,...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 September 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1876. t ... K. ll.lllJLI AIICII, BAMKHKAu HULL & BANKHEAD, Successor toiluley, Hull ft Co., Line Sfoct State Agents PATRONS OF DUSBANDRY, Commission Merchants, roHTiii sals or CATTLE, HOGS tnd SHEEP. OFFICES: UNION STOCK YA11DS, ST. LOL'IS. s'utlon il stock Yards, Kat St. Louis. . Ail cntiiiulllileatton should hu addressed lo Union Stork YuriK Stock sold at nil the Yard. Liberal advancement made on eon tslgnmoHls. iciiJO'TO SHERIFF'S S A LE.-By vlrluo and authority of a special execution Issued from tin! ntllce ot tliu clerk of thu circuit ......... I I......I ...... ...... I.. ............. .Ulll L HI I. MM 1 UlllllJ , .111,., III1UIU I I'lll I Oil- Lie to the mil term of the circuit court of Lincoln county, mo. or jsth, inul directed to me In rat or of It. V, Sei-ugir him I against Lcttlcu 11. (larducr, ntul t will Inobedleiicc to thu iiiittitlnto of thu aforesaid court M'll tliu following described real estate, to-wlt : Tliu north Im...

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. — 27 September 1876

TILE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1876. J3 Si aoCaaW 7 Jfc nnw HHitrtiit. tarAgV wanted everywhere. Address. rA.X!IST 1. BEATTY, Washington, New Jenay, U- S. A. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S PARLOR ORGANS, The ,mk.M. In.tn.rn.nti poitiM capacltie. for mu.le.1 effect. and iL""'?" fete ml f,-Uptcd for Amateur and Profenlonal, and an ornament In any parlor, fr IWWlMf Hin ww twi a uiaam A. .ri ramkililanArr. MMS. WABEtMOMSt 08VlilHto8t.,Boiton 170ttaU8t.,CfcTago 10 ludat. Mill, IxnMk it to f i wtrth of the fineit selected muiit I KICCICU inHtlt. ULUl BEATTY Buffalo Nursery is tiii: 1'i.ack. TO BIT TREES. Will Si ll to Suit the Time. I AM NOW f-olllnjr trees nt tlio nitr n i v mi 12 months time, without interest. tr li.."i r litnulrt'd : I'm- t'ah at "SH mii hundred : mill l.fo per dwseii. Pear, cherry and plum tree, mi cent each peach 20 cents each : all other stock uljout the same :ik pre- iull seasons. Won't forget that nur eastern neighbors nrc feeding apples to stock with good res...

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. — 27 September 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1876, WAXO 4 OS'S Branching (laUhflnRR Wc offer for tale variety of toin oh Ulned four yeartiftKO from au Indian ehlcf, at.MranU" Isbrnd.Jieb. By carefully ftelcct Iqk and planting, wo have obtained a varl uly of corn for which we claim the follow. UiKpolutu of exeellenco t M: It to Hranclilti!? Corn yleb'lnjf more per mire than the common Held variety. id. It mature lx weeks curlier than common corn. . Hd, When (tround Into One flour It pro duce a flour nnolojrou to Hour tnnde Iroin wheat : even an cnlciiro would full to ills tliitfulsli between iireiul uiadu Irom the two. TEKMS: For no ct. wc will tend enough to plant no htiiD. For 1 we will send onntiiili fur 1M) hills. For $2.90, CUO hllU. Addn-M. iti:ti wallacij, Auburn, Lincoln county, Missouri. CERTirFcATEB : Thta la In ecrtirv Hint t Iiiivii tiled Held Wallace' Com Flour, nml find It even bet ter thati he reiirenent It to be. Tho bread In sweeter and lighter than wlieat. .IAML'3 NIC...

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. — 27 September 1876

T&E TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27; 1876. TROY HERALD. PVRMSHRD BY FISHER & MUDD, AT Mil. fSO n Yonr In Advnnon. RATI! OP ADVIRTI1IN0. I square 1 Insertion I1M Kach additional Insertion . $ Administrator' Notice 8 00 Html Settlement Notice 3 uo ftray Notice (single stray) . 3 00 cli additional Ktray In same notice , . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be mado to regular dvcrtlscrs. .... . Advertisements will take the regular run ol tho paper.. Extra charges made for pre icrrcd place. ..... ,., . i No ccrtlilcate of publication will be made Ztitll such pidillcatlon Iiim been paid for. rhc non-observance or thU rule has been tbtf occasion or much trouble and actual loss. Our term arc: Cah In advance, on miIh tlptlons; cauli on delivery, for job work lid cash on demand, ror advcrtiiemcntii. Candidates' Announcements, i FOB COLLKCTOB. Hv the requestor mnny friend and voter 1 nimomire myself ax a Conservative Demo, crutlccandlduteforthc otJicc ol County Col lector, subject to the...

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. — 4 October 1876

THE TROY HERALD. V'. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 4, 1876. NO 40 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. Dr. McElwee li In St. Louis, enjoy, lug John E. Owens as Solon Sbtuglo. J. A. Withrow hat the belt stiver ntilh that aver worked In Troy. Mem end boye Custom made Doote & Bhoei cheeper than evnr at 8. R. Woolkolk's. 1 will pay the highest tnarkot price lor Dried Applet and Peaches. 8. H. WoOLVOIiK. Work on Iho uow jail it progressing at a lively rate. The brick work ol the cell part it flnlthed and the work men have pused the first ttory uflho dwollitiK part. Tho matout will tin Ith their labora thlt week. The Largett and Cheapett ttock of Everything the country noedtatthe Utv Uoous iieaauuaners. C. W. Parker & Co. nemember this there It money in It: II vou want School Books, Blatei Ink, Paper, &c, go to tho Drug Uouie or bam' I T. Bast. Dr. Nool brought ue yetterday bottlo of excellent blackberry wine of lilt own make. We ahall rem...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 October 1876

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1876. 10.TII4 LEUAL POINTS IN THE ! Tho following It an extractor an open letter addressed to tho mem bers of tho county court, and Inten ded for our last wook's paper, 10 that tl might bo redd by them boforo the ilny ol special session ; but It was un ti voidably crowded out. Wo give tho extract which Includes tho legal points presented, for Iho satisfaction of our renders, who wo know wlsb all iho information bearing upon this miration: .... Tho author of thisartlclo claims to view tho stl nation from tho stand point upon which it will be finally adjudicated by tho courts of appel ate jurisdiction ; and iu oil sngges linns denies any motive of sclf-ag-jrraudlscmont, but is an advocato ol iho Interest of the county. This movement has already very wrong fully enlisted tho feelings of tho com munity; a groat deal of asperity has characterized tho actions of Its au thors. Homo other more facllo in languaga has remarked that "Invoctlvo is not ntL'iiincti...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 October 1876

THE mOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1876. under M utNiMit li would pro dMMM,whleh m soma one hMtaryl L0V. Or M0Ild7? ow, and he asked no question. She ! apaal that would atrlke terror baaatlfully eipreMed It, rttamblM could employ her time to ault herself, te the aterneat hearts. Would It sat tlMM little annls who aMordiMff to "ur course i nave not married mm ana tie tua neither comment nor cm be more provident, a inerecbeineef Oe pretty Babtnlcal tradition are I beeauie I was In love with him," aald lolim to offer. But gradually ahe be dlnloMBov. to will ihn rfatarmlnatlon seaeratad . evarv mornlmr by the May Harriott, with a light laugh. gan to realise that ahe had tost some of the causes of ouralater counties, brooks that roll over the lowera of I She was alttlug In a gold and dun thing which wasnoteaally to be re Italia and other., which have alio Paradise whose life ii a long-who I coiorea oouuoir, nung wiiu eiiaen, piacea been duped by the treachory of a warble till sunset, ...

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. — 4 October 1876

f THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1876. THOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 187. THEOi l. riRHEK. JO. A. PIUBB, Enters. Democratic Ticket. FOR l'KKSIDKNT, ftAnUtX J. TILDEIV. FOB VICK 1'HESIDENT, THOMAS A. IICNBRICKS. TATI TIOKtT- For Onvernot-JOIIN S. I'HKLl'S. For Lt.Uovernor-H. 0. IIHOCKMEYER. Uerelary of State M. 0. McUltATII. Mute Treasurer ELIJAH UATE3. For Auditor THUS. HOLADAY. Attoriiey-ncnoral J. 8. SMITH. Itejrl.tororLaiids-.l. E. McltENIlY. .Indite Supremo Court-JOHN W. HENRY 1.1.8. Makmahukr John AV'ai.krh. JAMK8 HARllINO. For Coiijtrcss. 13th DUt. -A. H.IIUCKNEB For Mate Senator E. C. MUltlCAY. DEMOCRATIC OOUNTY TIOKKTi For Koprcsentatlvc W.E. HltOWN. Justice County Court N. P. TltBSCOTT. For Collcctor-l'. (. HHELTON. J'roecutlntr Attnrney-O. T. DUNN. Micllll-J. C. KLMOKE. Assessor JOHN WILSON. Treasurcr-JOIIN MeDONALD. Public AdmlnlstratorJEl'THA WELLS. Surveyor!. F. WILSON. Morton sayn Hayes will be con trolled by tlio men who oloct bitn. If lio should bo elected ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 October 1876

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER,. 1876. REMOVAL! W. J. PIIaOHR Having removed from Cuke &ltovcrs' otd ttand to ' R. 0. Midi's Old Place of Business MASONIC HALL. MAIN ST.. Would take this method of returning thanks to IiIm many friend for their lllierarpatron- jigo miring tiio short timo lie Iim heun In business, and would lay that ho liai mid uewis hi kccu lorsnie A PULL LINK OP CHOICEST BOOTS and SHOES Fur lnfiuits, Children. Misses, Ludiea. and Gentlemen. ) Ld.os' Side-laco and Polish Boots of host 18-thread Lasting, also French Kid, Curraco Kid, Goat Skin, Pebble and Calf; also a Choice Kid, For thu Present Season. DOWN COMES THE PRICE of all work, Home-made or Otherwise. Gentlemen, I will make yon a No. 1 Ficncli-culf nejf Uool for 89 00 No. 1 American-calf tipir Uont 8 00 A f rencli-cnlf HEWED llont for 11 00 A Xo. 1 Dress-Icy Toiiruo Boot 13 00 B3T And, centloinen, I wnnt yon to mako n special note or this! I will niaku you u Hunt nl Iiiiimrtoil I'mnMi Kin fn- tn .i. t...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 October 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4 , 1870. BE AT TV DANIEL BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, U 8. A. GEO. WOODS & cos PARLOR ORGANS. ittHHHIIHt'i Thcw rtmarkabl Initninwnts peHM capadtits for raaalcal nKU and aamulon ntvtr befort attain Adapted for Amaicur and Profeariooat, and an oraaauot ia any parlor. Or iMltKU ttw Mgfel HV Naif GEO. WOODS CO.. Cambridgcport, Mui. WAEEHOOMSi a08WMilagtgaSt.,BsUat lf0aXaU8t.,CleafO leiilpUHUI.lMCM. 4IDP VflT HITM1V1 Aleadlaj Muatcat Journal of atlcclcd mutle and valuabla reading aallar. 11111 TUA IlUaUUlABy mallforii per yaar, or tn ccnit a number. Each numbtr cantatas (rem ft to 8a worth of tk finest Mbcitd mask. 8E0. WOODS 4 CO., PsblUhtn, CMMdgtpcrt, Man. BEATTY Buffalo Nursery IS TUB PLACE. Contains Thirty AorcR OF CHOICE TREES jj PLANTS minuted to mir null and climate. Send for new abridged descriptive catalogue and price list, or bettor still, call ami sco lor jmiocir, ami don't lie gulled any longer lv agent' from foreign nuivrrlc". In...

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