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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 October 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4, 1876. S&.A.Tj1 OS'S QrANCHINB pLQUn ORNi We offer for ule a variety of Ooiu oh. allied four yeanajio from an Indian chief, nt Urund Island, Neb. By carefully, wlcct Ini; und phnttnjf, wo have obtalnoil a vari ety of corn for which wo claln the follow lux point uf excellence t Iht. It Hrancliliift Corn ylcl.'lnif moro tier aero than the common Held variety. . 2d. It matures six week earlier than common com. 3d. When icrouml Into fine flour It pro. duces a Hour uualojfou. to dour made from wheat : e en ail epicure would full to dis tinguish between hrcud wade Irom the two. TER31SI For r9 cts. we wilt send enough to plant W hlll. For M we will send enough for 130 hills. For vi.M,W) hills. Addres. UK II) WALLACE, Auburn, Lincoln county, Missouri, OKIITIFIO A.T E8 1 Thlil In certify that I have tiled Held Wnll:ii'i' Cnrii Hour, and find It even bet ter than he reprecnti4 It to be. The bread is tweeter and lighter than wheat. J AMKd NICHOLS. This ...

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. — 4 October 1876

THE SHOT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1876. Y't TROT HERALD r".'LIStlEt BY FISHER Ac MUDD, AT iHll.no n Yonrln Advnno. RATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Insertion, 91 M Kucli additional Insertion Administrators' Notice ; 00 Innl Settlement Notices 3 00 Mrny Notice (single stray) .. 3 OU i-ncli additional stray Inmma notice.. 1 W Liberal deductions will be made to regular ,aAavertfiemeiiU will take the regular run or the paper. Extra charges mule for pre 'SS certlflcite of publication will be made until such publication has been nnld Mr. lilt) non-observanco of this rule has been the occasion of much trouble and actual loss. Our terras are: Cash In advance, on nub vlpttotis; cash on delivery, for Job work lid cash on demand, for advertisements. rB0BATB CVBT OKBT. Monday, October 16tb, Commmeactag 1870. Admr. 8 T East I William M Simpson Sauna K Crump i KB Hull 1 It C Mugrttder TliHMa A llalley i William J Tucker Jtartln V Mo-cloy T W Wlthrow Hcubcn Gentry Alex L (lilllland Casper Ext...

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. — 11 October 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO, OCTOBER 11, 1876. NO 41. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11, 1876. LOCAL ANB COUNTY WlWt. MUi Todd, of Ulghlnnd Prlrlo, ti visiting friends In town. Watches clooka and Jewelry re p tired ou short notice si J. A. WlTUROW'l. Slmpion Cornicle, of Knoxvllle, Tennciiee, ion of Hon. T. It. Cor nick, It visiting friends here. MaMkets, etc. Blankets mid Wool Yarni at a con tdriornble reduction from taut year't in icci. It. Ss J. Atkinson, St. Charles, Mo. Dr. Noel wants to trade a set of teeth for a good cow. Who wants tho teeth anil has the cow ? French Tipton, odltor or the Rich, niond, (Kentucky) Bnterprue, Is In tOWII. Tim nnlnrnriia lm haa In lia.,,1 Just now Is paying his best attentions u uuu ui our lair intiios. "noaaeailc" Patterns. Now Fall Caialoirues and Patterns t R. & J. Ankinhon, St. Charles, Mo. 8. R. WnnlfiilL- ulll oral discounts for Cash, Produce or your kooii name, as any other house in tho stale. Charlie Williams left...

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. — 11 October 1876

TROY HERALD. WKONKSDAY, OCT. II, 1870. : 1- - . Wishing to be a Lady. "Cotnoi Nannie, child, It U your 1urn to-day lo lko carp of I ho blu ing room. YoHr airier (J rot a In at lending lo 1 ho work, above atalra, and lit Idgel U ruaity for her ordora by tliia 111110." Nuuiilo'a fncc, aa sho looked up from the book alio wan reading, did not express her usual energetic good humor. YeMcrriay ibo bad taken tea whli a company of her own ago n joung ml of fourteen, who know quile well, aa she supposed, wbnt waa ptoper for a lady, nud had filled Nan nie's bead with Ideal that had.bron working there ever since. "Why, mamma," inid abe mine foully taking up the cloth to,wash tljio breakfast vliinu, "I don't icq bow it tliitt t; i el n and 1 must do ho much botiscwork ; I. am siiro papa la able to biro another servant. And Just look at my bauds! ull rod and ugly, hud Hcrlba Spear aaya they will grow uglier and uglier if I um kept at drudgery all the tiino. Iter hands m e beautiful, and alio wea...

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. — 11 October 1876

THE ritOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 187C. A MUpnnitlM Katlmate at II I m liikr hi III rurtr." "A Sew York.lleritUI.1 Wc Ju l nt a communication from a veo'tol correspondent who seems In be it wimn admirer offiov. Ilnycn. We must express our entire illment Iroiu the eulogy of this corrcspon lent. So fur n we are abto to Judge from tils record Mr. Hayes Is n man some parts of whose conduct may ho approved, while no part of It can ho mliulred. We look upon him as n mediocre, wolMntcullntied gantle man, who lias beou lilted by the aeel ill ills of politics In u position lo Which ho hlld IIO 1 1 1 Its InUlllted Oil l0r rotinl quullllcnlious. Hulms none of ' the elements of a gmit and command lug rliurautcr ; neither the breiultli or Intellect, ilia force nf will nor the as ccuihtiicy over other men with which lint m e stamps a man born for leader ship. Ho U luiiiioasurbly lufcrlnr to Morton, Maine, Coukllng and half u luKeii other Republicans that might he iiumtd in tlio qualillos w...

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. — 11 October 1876

THk T.BOYHEKALD WEDNESDAY,. OCTOBER 11 4 1876. TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. II, 1876. J OH. A. MUUI, j ttmn. Democratic Ticket. FOK l'HKHIDKNT, ftAMUUL J. TlhBUH. Volt V1CK VHESIIIKNT, THOMAS) A, HCNDHIt'Kli JKrr. CMAW0LMI. A Leafing iicasi ff thn mate Caaaaa tisutor Ttlata mm Re. taraa. Tho report that Col. Jeff. Chandler would make a speech, alter thn oil TATt TICKtT- For Oovomui .lull N S. I'll K LPS. For U. Governor-II. C. IHtUt'KMKYKR. Nvrrtnry or Mute M. O. JlcOUATU. Mutu 'Ireamuvr Kl.l.tAll OATK3. For Auditor THUH. IIOI.ADAY. Attoriiey.tifiUTiil J. S. XMITII. tl..l.l.l..l ..I I....I.I. fl L lffr.HLVIB fudge Supreme Colirt-JOIIN W. 1IKNIIY t L I ...... . , f .'l.tllMAIieKIS lt.lt. Cuiiimlloiicr VJoiix W.w.kkii. ) JAMES llAHIUXII, INDIANA AND 01110. I Harmon votinrli. m.1 .lf-r. .is we no in rail I i 1 1 TUMdnt'i ii.. n.i.i.ii.. ...i - iiiiu a5t.nu Atupuuiiuiii., aiiuoTrn afternoon, tho exciting struggle of then Ihe elate only giro majorities rerorin against venality and pecula...

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. — 11 October 1876

THE TROY' HERALD, "WEDNESDAY'GGTOBER .11, 1876. their l ight roil nn Hip same fnunrta- Iom nut! yet wo aro tulil that a Ito liulillcftii congress must tie elected In protect llio nejrro. Thosnliit'lnu of tho Btiiilherii question Iss'liuply I IiIk tho iii'lfiooM must lorm alliances wllh llm whliu io protect themselves, far congress has no more authority to iutcrlcrti In their behalf than for tho whites. Tho protection of the negro I'CHti where Hie protection ot tliu white innii rests with the Juries ol tho country. Ilut Hie Republican party lias not protected tho negro. It Is only In those states where tho ltctiubllcani ore i'i the ntccniluiicy (hat wo hear or murages on tneir rights. Where tho Democrats have control (hero Is no Mich thing. Ho Is just as secure In Missouri as in Massachusetts. () tiian can deny it. Go to Arkansas ; thosnuio condition exist thoro; yet a row years ngo when they woro stlin nlated to voto a certain way they had trouble. Whorover there la urn. noHiiced De...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 October 1876

THE frOY HERALD, -WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 187G. ViMixifTU.vrnua. xotick. Niillio U hereby rlvMi that letter. mlmlllt.tratlittl WW! jlMIlM l Hie UlnliT. taml nitmlntMrator nt Ihectati' m' W, r. Itc.'-deeM, on thr 'Jlsf iliiy nf.ltiiic.IK7i'. I'i riti(mlii.' Iulm maltit Mill date nrc rcjiiircil In ckhlhil tliem In Hie mlinttiU traiiir fur Hlliiwitiiif within mm year frm lull- nl nulil letter., nr the, in:t be pivi Imlcil from any In-milt ufatii.l i''liili'i Mini If imi t-xhlliltel tiralliw.i.f within frgt. they will tin rnrccrharrtil. Jiiirjspi ' Al.l'.Xi Ml Hit, Ailin r. LtNiVrrToirs' 'notm-i:. - .JCi Nntlco l hereby jtlti'H Hint li'tti totamciilarv were irrantcil in Hn' ninler. iuiifi mi' II mil "I Iulm Kii". iIi viii"I. liv til1 rrniniii- imiri ( V,"r"1" cnilillv. .Mn.'. nil III" lllli titty of Slav. IK.'H. I'crimii. hat Ilia claim, nj.illi! mill i-.tnlc nl-c rci-iilreil In rslillill Hicmln Hie Ivicc'l. lnt Inr Bllnwiince wlililn nm-enr (mm Hie hill- nl' .ahl Idler., they liin I"' p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 October 1876

THE TltGY JIEHALD; W43DXESD AT OCTOBER, II', 1870. WALL r E'S, Branching ubhfinK We mler twr alc m ttirMy nf 'm.. nh-talm-il lour vriiL'n (ti an Holism ,-hliT. tiMlruiul I-ImhI.Ni-Ii. Ily eureinlly .!- llnr ami pluUtnii:. we Iwte nlilalnci1 ii tarl. "it or i-iirn ivr tvhlrli rl.tlm .tin- follow. llltf point- tiff Verlti'llr ; lll'Jpi lt. It .M llrtiiii lilus ( Jiru Ji" 1 Hi.' ii mure In-rni-re Ilia i tin- runiwoii inM)i tanny. ill. II Ittllllirc- IX lt''i'h miner mini I'liiiiiiiiiii mm. Wlim urmiiiil Mt Ititi- ftit.it It inn. lilci' :i iliiiiraiialm.'n In Itmir hhhK 1mm Wlifiit : rvciiiini'iliiiv wmiM fail in ,ll. tilllllll Iwltterll lvml llMite ll'iilii tlietwn. 'I'KKMWi For Tin fi. wr'wlll m'iiiI ciiiiimli in iliini M II1-. Km- t ttr will "Hill I'liiiiiuli I'nr ir.n Mil For ?J..Vi,iiini hllK Ailtr . iii:in wai.i.ai i:. .iiluirn, Unmliirtmiiiy. .Mlmirl. n,i.i-i ,.,..iiiv nn.t i iih. im-i li.iii Walline urn Flour. iiikI hint II inn Im-I- icr llmiihe rrprr-etiti iim I.e. The Inoinl l...

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. — 11 October 1876

THE FKOY HERALD WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11, 1876. TROT .HERALD "at.lIIKh V -f & F18HEH & mtdi, AT tlll.no n Ycnt In AdvBums Candidates' Announcement, ram caZTiTa. 1i ! uaiiMt nf tiian v frlvmU Mid voter 1 announce myaeir an a Conservative Memo. cratlecmlldalirortlie ofHcs ol County Col. lector, subject to the honorable voters ol l.lnrnln county at the coMlng November election. W. L. PIIEWITT. rm MHKBirr. TO TIIK VOTKM OV LINCOLN COUStTYl At iliv solicitation of ramijr friends I an nounce myseirassn Independent candidate for sheriff or l.tneoln County. I Iihvc been iir...i..i.. fiu.uiittat- kut nin nimnsfiil to party nominallona lor county officer, ami re- w "u,":" JoilN It. OIIOUCII. re cwnstaiilk. We are utithortxed to announce M.SED J.ACKus a candidate ror constable or lie lord township. Fliutirlilh a No 1 7-octave Piano for aalo. F. aCAKH. HiUrMM I'ltikHi. For men nutl boys. Boots unit Shoes, Hats mill Cup! In largo supply ut the Dry Uooils Headquarters. U. W. Pahkkh k Co. "Oaa...

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. — 18 October 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER, 18, 1876. NO 42. TROY HEKAEJ). WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 1870. LOCAL AND COUNTY NtWi. . . -- - - - - Sydnor's livery itiblo hat a now niul fauey sign. Circuit court will cuiivono to-duy in adjourned session. Buswell is remodeling tlio base ment ol llio Laclede. Uoauilful Parlor Heating Stoves at (lio hartlwuro ilora ol B. 8. Ckews. I'eatbem. It.& J. Atkinson, Si. Charles, Mo., pay tlio highest price for leathers. Probate court 1 In session thii week. As yul, but little busincia hah transacted. The brick work of Ketone' large furniture story Is completed. Uu will occupy it next mouth. Miss Eliza I'm mo him been nick for savtriil day. Mr. John M. Kills fills her pluco in tlio public shoot during her ubsouro. Expeditions to King's Lake and Cutvrc Island aro now the talk. Wo expect i ho town will bo deserted by next week. Wol. II. & J. Atkinson, Si. Charles, Mo., puy nio myiiufei price lor wool. Mr. Mui hIihI Anderson of llu...

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. — 18 October 1876

THli TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 187G. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 81, 1876. "One Little Indian." On a bench, not a reservation ; an flair of love, not a war ; u story, not a song. 'J'ho affair began with an aversion on both siilci ; they do sometimes. The first lime ho saw her ho thought to himself : And it was for this quiet, little, brown, nondescript girl that I gavo up tny trip lu tho Adirondacks and hurried down hero at Hob Sher wood' entreaty to 'come and bo las dusted.' Those were tho words of his letter, and ho knows I allect blondes. Pshaw, I'd as Hove mako myself ngrecoblo to a squaw !" Ami I'hll Farnham puffed out Ins rhugrln and cigar stnoko together, at lie paced the piazza to and (ro. She looked all over him at a glance, when Introduced, and thought to her tell : "And this Is the man I have ideal Izcd In my imagination at a Lauticc lot among men I Hob said ho was 'elegant.' Why, he's old, and ugly, and unmannerly! Ugh!" And a little shudder of dttgust ran thr...

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. — 18 October 1876

THE MtOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1876. THING WVRTH KNtmiNU. A red hot Iron pitied over old putty will soften It to that It Is easily removed. Glycerine and fresh lemon juice will nld In whitening and soltoulng the liamls. A hot shovel held over varnished luruiiiiru will take out white spots. Kerosene and powdered lime, whit ing or wood ashes, will scour tin with least trouble. To remove paint splashed upon window panes, use a hot solution of soda and a soft flannel. Wood ahcs nnd common salt, wet with water, will atrp the cracks of a Move auu pie vein inu smoke from es uinlujr. Sllvurwaro may he kent brlsht and luau by coating the article (warmud) with n solution ol collodion, diluted wiiii aicuiiui. Brass ornaments should be first washed wiih a strong Ijo made of i iicK niumu. in the proportion of one ounce ot uluiiiu to a pint of water; when dry, rub with leather and tine trlpoli. TliU will give brass the uriiiiaiicy oi gold. , To Clean Gold Powder somo whit ing, and iinike...

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. — 18 October 1876

tftf feJTRO KEItALD, WUDNEDAY; OCTOBER' 18, 1876 AVEDNKStJ AVTOOT; IS,' 1876. , - "-fc -' 1 f ' 1 JON A iVIUDDt J Democratic Ticket. FOR I'll KBIT) KKT, RAntlVIi J. TII.DKft KOH VI CB l'HKHlDKNT, THOMAS A.llfcMDftlCKfl. STATE TIOKtT- l'rct. Electors i KIlW.McUAHE. lit large TIIO. THOItOUHMAN Kir.t IHt OI1AS. II. TIIOKNTOS N.oinl-UAllUKTTsi. VAN WAUONElt Tlilnl-DANIIX i. K1IOST fourth K. V. COS WAY Kinii k. k. him:?., Sjitli-W..f. STONE uvt litll JOHN C. KEKOVSON KlKlitll-JOlIN S. ll.YIIHISON N III I li-l. A KAY KIT K DAWSON IVlltli 1. J. lIHAbTOM lllcwttlli-JOUN K. ItYI.AM) TwftUh ItHIN T. I.HWIS Tlitrtiintli-U. K. l'KIUW. rorUovcrnoi-JOlIX 8. rmci.ps. Tor l.t.U.)VTiinr-II.O.IIKOCKMKYKn. Nrcturvnf State M. K. .McdUATII. Mali- TlcaMllir-KI.IJ.MI HATKH. for Auditor TIIO". IIOM.ADAY. Attoincy-tieiicial .1. I.. SMITH. l!.vlt. r ,l L.UKl-J. H. Mull EN It Y. .IiiiWii Suiirciuu Courl-JOlIN . 11 EN It Y j.l.S. Maiimakukk Commissioners Metis Wai.kt.ii. J.IA.mes II.UIDINO. rotirt fAptnNjc,AS ...

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. — 18 October 1876

Tim TltOV HEHAL&; IfEtfNtisfcAY OtiTGfclSR'igi, Vh4 Qovemar mt Mftaalaal. tm Aftar A ' ntrctacriil Tart. Jackson, MIm., Oct. 4, 1976. Attnrney-Koiiurnl'ift, Wnli.,'D. C: In llio repoiiof yuir. anpelmt Clu clunnil, nf Se)K.feV-vu iuk' mler onco lo Mississippi nflalr, which ill" ri'vci nulicn Ht'iih'y tintiils. ,4 I nm ntnro 1'imv wlllliitrmtd bVo ben able to ex cell I o llin Iawii in Mississippi and coimorvo ptilillo peace. There I unliliur Intimidation nnr threat nf In ilinMatlon. Uoih partleiamemblo In pulillo inoetltiir without let or liln drnnco, Mill both pnrllof' canvass without Interruption In every coun try. Tho report to the lomi tiiinnl of junttun III ruifhi'it to thlsstuto ollr-n f Illicit nllctfo wrong in coniinuiiliieM which receive llrst intiniHtioii of the rii id wrong! In Ulsiiaiehos from the national cupltnl. I nm aware evil disposed pcopluncck lomixrepreHciit. bill 1 think il in not fair that the Mtiio should bo condemned by wholesale without hearing. I auk, the...

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. — 18 October 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 187G. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice U hereby Riven that letter l .ulinlnlstratloii wcru granted In llio under signed administratis ( thcestate of W. r. Jus dec'dj KKtlniWt 0m7 ofJune.lHTH. I'crsomi having claims against said nstate nn; required to exhibit tlictii to Hie adminis Iriilnr for allowance, within one year I roll) date of mill letter, or they niaylie precluded from any benclit ofsaid ttain ami If noi exhibited ror allowani! within two yuan. they will be forever barred. JunWp AI.KX. Mt'lM). Adm'r. "xiiijUToirs so t l c k. - .Gi police Ik hereby given that Idler testamentary were granted lo tint under. signed on tin- estate ol .liilm Knox, deceased, by the I'robate Joint of Lincoln county, Mo., on the lltli day or May. Mill. l'onton having claims against sal I palate are required to exhibit thciuto tin- hxectl tor for allowance within one year Irom the Into of kaIiI letter, or Ihcy tniiy he nreciti. lod from any bciieM of said estates...

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. — 18 October 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY1 OCTOBER 18. 1876. WALL r slE'S Branching fLOUhfnRN, Wo olTcr for sale i variety of Cm nli. tiilni-il lour year tipo from an Indian Wild', lit (Iruud Island. Nell. Hy carefully select luit and planttinr. wc linvi) iilitiilni'il it vurl fly nf corn fur which wo claim llio follow. liiK point uf excellence : lt. It l llraticlilmr Corn ylel.'lnp more ierner limn the common field variety. ill. It mature, six wsekit curlier than common ciim. ili I. When irrouml Into flnn flour It pro duces a flour analogous to flntir made from wheat t even an eptcura would full to ill, tlhgulsli between bread made Irom the two. TKKMSt For !W ct. we will send ciioiikIi to plant hill. For l we will wild rnniiuh for 1!M hi IN. ForSi.M.IXKJ hills. Address. MUD WALLAtJK, Auburn, Lincoln county, Missouri. cEitxiiricAXES Thin Is to cert I IV that I luivc tried Held Wallace's Com Hour, and llnd It even bet ler than he represents It to lie. The bread Is sweeter and lighter than wheat. ....

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. — 18 October 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER lj8, 1876. TROT HERALD K5M.UIIKD BY FISH'EB Sc MUDD, AT tM.fSO a Yoar in Advance. RATI! OP ADVERTISING. j square 1 Insertion, tilth additional Insertion j Administrators' Notice W inul Settluinont Noticed J Wl r tray Notices (single stray) 3 tn.li additional struy hi muim notice.. 1 uu Liberal deduction, will be uiude to regular " Adurthi'incnU will tako tlio regular run cil the paper. Kxtra charges mlo for pre- U No conlllcttte of publication will be made Until such publication nun ucen pain mr. of tliln rule has been tin occasion of imicli troulilc mill nctuul los. Our terms are: Cah in advance, oil nub- lotions; cash on delivery, for Job work tUI i'tt'll Oil UCIUllllU, llll HIUIM UKI-Ilivilin, . Candidates' Announcements. roil COIXEUTOH. Ilv thn rvmii'ittnr manv frli'iidi and voter 1 announce myself us u Conserutlc nemo- nil it-L'titi didatn lor tnc orscu hi uiuuiy uoi- lector, subject to me imnoruiiic voter oi l.iiu'iiln county election. ut ti...

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. — 25 October 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 25, 1876. NO 43 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25. 1876. kOOAL AND COUNTY NIWS. North Culvro roso to put fording from the rain of Thursday. Beautiful Parlor lluutlng Stoves at the hardware ature ol B. S. Cbewb. Pnbllo speaking tit the court houio next Saturday altornooti. Capt. T. It. UelU and two of hi daughters were In town a day or two I ait week. Rov. Dr. Shumate, ol Louisiana, will preach tliU (Wednesday) even (iitf In the Methodist church. "Domeiilc' Patients. Wo havo the new Full Gatalqguo auu iraucrni. R. & J. Atkinson, St. Charles, Mo. John Sadnwhlte, a tenant of Capt Tboi. It. Held, of DurrOak township, alter threthinjr his wheat found that It averaged a triflo over forty-oue bushels to tho acre. Mr. W. L. Prowltt, the indepen dont candidate for collector, hat wlthdrnwi) from tho race. TbU leaves the Held to tho nominees of the two parties, Mr. Shelton and Capt. Lynn. Jeans Fxtra heavy Kentucky Jcaus 20c, Soa, ...

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. — 25 October 1876

;5i TKOVc HE'LkLD. WKDNKSDAY, OCT. 25, 1876. The Fatal Night. The parr of tlio coast of Mnlno, of which 1 nin writing I Kcnci'nliy tier 1 to nmt uninviting In lis nspent; and wero it not lor tnino few1 green nnd fertile f)pnt4 along Iti wavo-wnshed hhoic, il would Inilciul bo a tlrcnry habitation lot one to spend bis life. The villugo of G wan situated Oil OllOOftliesO IIIOI'C )luaS3lll spots, about three miles from n commodious biy, whoro t lie combined navies of tlio world might rldo out in safutyjiti tlm llcrueM gale that ovijr blow over (juoddy J I otitl. On tliucxtiTiiia east ern point of the buy, n llght-houso j oi-o high iibove tlio dashing waters, mid guided m any a storm-tossed mar iner to n welcome haven when the night win wild. Tlio village was mostly inhabited by a hardy nice of fishermen, who sometimes in tho summer mouths rented purl ol Iholr dwellings to peo ple who como thiilier for Ilia purpose of bathing nud Ashing. I chanced one slimmer to visit thU region with u ...

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