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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 November 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., NOVEMBER 15, 187G. NO 4(5 TJROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16. 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NtWS. Tlio co unty court U lu regular ict tloii tlil week. T ho probata iourt is holdlug ail ad' journcd session this wcok. ins Lizzie Morris and Dr. Dirk bead, of Clarksvlllc, ore visiting hero S. U. Woolfolk hat made another reduction in prices. It' you waul bargains call and see hiiu. Uonfircs, firework, balloons, three brass bunds, etc., Friday evening Tbc whole county is invited. Wo nro having a little speck ot winter alter the long continued bcuu tiful weather. Yesterday morning hero nu a heavy sleet, followed by u slight snow, leaving tlio tempera lure damp and cold. Indies Felt Skirt 75c. " lialmoral Skirts 75c at Woolfolk'H. Matter Turner Norton, who hat bcou on, a protracted visit to li is grandfather Ht Louisiana, lias re turned home. Turner is a bright, handsome iittlo fellow, and a good icprcsoutMivo to vend abroad. 15 yds best Calico f...

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. — 15 November 1876

TIIL TUOY HERALD, WEDiNSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1876. TttOY HEUALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16, 1878. "sTj.t. " The Latest Dispatches up to Friday Evening. From Friday ngWa extra. Tilden Iiha carried Now York, Now Jersey, (Jnuiicoileul, Indiana, Dela ware, Mnr Intnl. Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Teiiiicsoee, (icorgla, AIhIihiiio, Ml hissitiiil. Arkansas. Texas and Mis. sour!, ifi vintf lit in certain 181 vole, lucking 1 to elect. Thorn enn scarcely be any doubt that Florida, South Car olloa and Louisiana liavn goiio Dcui cratir, thu giving him V03 voles. Ill popular majority will bo about 400, 000. California uiul Oregon nro not i!t In, and tlm return aro culling iUvcV rnnjority down to an exceed ingly tinu point In llllnoU and Ohio. Telegrams uro coming to ihla olllco every few minutes since Tuesday evening t eight o'clock. Tliu tol lowing are the principal since wo wont to press on Wednesday morn lug up to ibis hour, eight o'clock l'i idiiy evening: St I.ouis, MoNov.8, a. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 November 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1876. The Lighthouse Keeper. 11 Y BHEIll.OCK HRKWKR. llluo-oycd, goldcii-hulrcd IHtto Jcs lo wore a black frock, but tho was Ky of heart. Slio had not long lost Iter mother, bat slio wui of the ago at which a molher is mimed merely like broken doll or a mysteriously van Ishod iwcctnieut mourned with an ngony o( sob which, while It lusts, few sorrows of after years van surpass in Intensity, ami then inn few mlu til en, at tho outside hours, forgo! ten. Jii'i' wiuowcr-iiuiicr, lor net own ako ami tier dead mother's, pet led icr more than ever, ami hi turn hnv ingcotno around again for service in ilio Uolulod lighthouse to which he was otluclicd, had locked up the door of the little whitewashed coltago which dunth had loll unlo him desol uti, uud taken hU 11 1 tit daughter with li 1 til to the cluster of wave-washed rock, on the highest of which the lighthouse was planted. Young though she was, Jessie know that tint other light-keepers lull thei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 November 1876

Tllh TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1876. WRMNK8DAV. NOV IS. I. SO t 1 1JIV. l". I'MMl'lt, ( ,..,... Tin) :ori 11 pi ituiiftH illii liurd, tint Mnli-eiid its ul hand iievoriiieles. Unod lor St Charles count ! Sin: iiWes Tllileti n majority of 1J0. "A Iron count or a tree light,'' Is the way the Si. Loui Vwci put It. In Plko cuiiiity three ol tin; I ntlo pendents wcio elected tu county uni ces; Oglesby, shei'lll', Wright, col lector, uinl Cash, assessor. Tim Globe-Duuovrttt's contempt I lile scaudlu illilii't litirl Linr. Phelps much, although it Wii-i ttik:n up ninl hawked all over the statu by that pa pur's satellites. In Wnirru tliu Deiuoeiats elected four cuiiiity oliiiors : Howard, thcr ill mill collector, DimIcii, rcprescutu- live, Middlekaiup, 1 1 rasmer, mid Huge, asses. or. ' (i jv. Ilayos al mil s liU tU(f oat , but t!ni LoiiLiaua returning board hays It l going to name the ni'Xl pretidont. Tim voiru of tliu punplu tliHili'l ainuiiiit to anything. -- Tim Democrats wil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 November 1876

THE TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY KOVEMBER 15. 1870. dnttttt of the siicpcm of tliclr tnrk Bclicinen lilt for the Imppy cli'ctitn Unco that the trrxeiit Iiiiiim!, wlilsh Inu the count, Is Dumociiille. I do Itut think Mr. Tilitcti would he I tin ti Uuriituil If this hnuno hail o Uepubll. cmi ntufority. But thin ii tho Aliihn nit Ontuua of tho Munition. Tho country lumfc. Itut It Uu only be en use tho country' home of rcpre Kuiitiillvui Is Dcitiocinllt:. 1 venture to predict that the IMCfti'iit excllciiinnt will soon illo nut. So fur mr Hopiilificniit are eoiiccnirtl tho oxcituiiicul I very tiiucli like the last dicker of the cxtluKUlRhiiiK light tho convulsions prccc-illng tho tnt breath bctnri) tlimth. It l an uilitl HoiihI puiilfliini'iit of rclliu'il cruelty that tlmy should not only lose (lower hut tluit they should not loco It quickly, hut be put upon the rutted cUgu or despair and anxiety, tortured by tho pnliH ot Tuntaltm tixcillntin butwocii hopu and (cur, coutldcnci! nuil dustrilr...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 November 1876

L.iaCISnUTOK'8 NO T I C K. -.Ed Nrrtlcc Is hereby nlvcii tliut Ictlen teMmnentary were if run lull to the wider. tinned, nn tin- eMoto ol .foil it Kuwx. iliififftrlt by tho Probate Court of Mucotu count;, Mo., on Hip lltli Uv of May, H?i. Person hiring clallim u'Hlliit fuld Mlute are required to exhibit them to tin; Kxeeu. tot Inrallcwonen xvlthln on year irom the iHtc of nalil loiters or they may lie preclu ded from any beiietit of mid eatatej uml r not exlilhllnd in the eMetltnr Within two y oar they will lie foreier burred. infarf T. W. WITIIItoW. Kx. VDMINIS'i UATOK'S XOT'KJK. Notice Is hcreb) jrixeh Uml Iftli'l- ' !iilniliil.nilloii xvelo irr.iiiti-il to Hip under slstiied In the Probate Court or Lincoln ".inly, M n Hip pIhIp ol in. II. ileiirv. tlcc'd. wills will annexed on Hip lath tlav o"l M;iy. IHTH. Persons lintitic flallim iiirnlll-t -tvltl estate arc rcipilicd lopxlillilt Hum to the admin Mr.ilor lor Kllmvmice within mm 1 nm Hip iblP of Mill letter, of Hicy lii.iv be (!-...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 November 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1876. WALLACE'S Branching f lsuh f hrn Wo offer for Mte i varloly nf C'oti oh. tniiicil lour )eiiriiKi) from km Inilinn chief, Ht.Oraml Hand, Nob. Hy carelully hpIpcI llitf iiinl l:ititlli(r. wu lm iltnllinl it arl fly of cornier which we claim Hie follow lux points of excellence : 1st. It i llrauchln Corn vlcl'lnr more cracre than the common Held variety. id. It matures six Wicks curlier than i-f iiiiiiion corn. :ii. When ftrnimd Into tine tlt:ir It pro. duces all'ilir nnalii-'olls Id flour made ll'nlu wheat: even an epicure would fall lo ills tliifilWi between hread in.ule Irum the two. For SO t-tn. we will scud i'iuniti to plant r.0 hill-. For St wi- will umiiI eiinii','1i Top I ft) lillN, For fi.:ii,0(K) hills. Adilre-. unit wai.i.aci:, AuMmi. Lincoln couuiy, MI-nori, oioiJ'rii-icvvr ich : Thlsls I" ccrlllV Hint I havo tried Iti'M Wallace's Corn Flour. Mini llml It even bet ti r lluiti lie rcprcciil. II to be. Tin- litrml is sweeter unit I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 November 1876

THE mOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 187C. TROY HERALD f'.IHMHUKt BY & MUDD, AT cM.fSO a Year In Artvnncn. RATI! OP ADVERTISING. I innm 1 Insertion II M Lash additional insertion f' Aiitnlulstrntors' Notice W) r liinl Settlement Notices 00 .tray Notices (single stray) a w mil additional stray in same notice. , 1 00 Liberal deduction! will be uiiulc to regular idvertlseri. Advertisements will take tlio regular run 1 1 the paper. Kxtra charges Hindu fur pre Irrrcd places. No certltlcato of publication will be made, .mil such publication hit been bald for. I lie non-observance of this rule liu been 111 occasion of uillcb trouble and actual lu. Our terms are: Cnh In advance, oil rub tiptlon; cash on delivery, for Job work ltd caali ou deniaud, for advertisement. Now stock of Clothing, Hats nnd Cans, Ladle' Shawls, Ulovoi, etc., received Ibis week at Woolfulk't. Dr. Noel wants to (ratio a sot of tooth for a good cow. Who wauls the teeth and lias tlio row ? Plna (rsnlo. A Mo 1 7-oc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 November 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., NOVEMBER 22, 1876. NO 47 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 02. 1876. LOOAL AND COUNTY NIW8. COUNT V COURT ITEMS. The following are the principal transactions of tho county court lu regular November session : The election coat were audited amounting to $296.75 and (3 for counting votci and $8 50 for carrying tho returns of tho stale senatorial Tote to Bowling Green. Tho constables' bonds of Joseph . W Rash, of Millwood, lit $2,000 with 11. C. Clare and S. T. East an sccurl- llos; Win. A. Denver, ol tledford, in .,000 with J. It. Allen, O. F. ltus well and Wm.'Colbcrt, as securities ; Littleton G. Callaway, of Monro;, in $4,000 with J. W. Crumc, William E. Kelly, Ariustead 1). Gruven and Chas. It. Larue, us securities ; Whltelow Duey, of Burr Oak, in $2,000 with Beverly Ducy, Jonathan Tipton, 11. J. Cocke, .T. C. Dodge and 1). T. Kll lain, as securities; and Thomas II. Hammond, of Clark, in $2,000 with .John It. IlrUton nud Francisl?. Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 November 1876

Hh TKOV HEHALD, VK DN SD AY NOVEMBER 22, 1870. r.n;oy jieuald. AVEDNh'-DAY, NOV. 22, 1876. Mrs. Pope and tlie Bear. i 'You must look out for I ho sheep, Wife. These worm days will brliitf 1 ho bonis out of their dons. Thny Will lu ravenous, and like on not they will Incsk Into I lie yard and carry oft" Homo oil Die sheep. 1 saw bear track up t he tnotiiiluln thin morning." Will," Mill Mr. Pojo, "they iictdn't expect to get any of our sheep. If i hey come prowling round Iipi'p, I'll drive them ofl In 8nmo wuy. Wo need llio sheep too much to have them curried oil by bear." "1 wish you understood using the gun, wife. When I tun gone, I worry nbout leaving you nml Ihc baby oil day alone. The wood are so ueur, 1 can't help thinking sumo wild animal inny come down Iroui I ho mountains and ni t ick you." "You needn't fear nbout that," nn Mvcred Mi . 1'opc. "To he sure it Ik lonesome wllh neither man nor dog nbrilt. I presume I should Icel safer if I understood handling iigun, but I don't b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 November 1876

THE EROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1876. oi j 11V MAX ADKf.Kfl. Some yeart ago a man named Deck, llringlnuurwlate, went upon voy ngo to California by tea. Ylila wat Woro there wh a tallroail mid a tel- graph act-on tfco plalna. When the tdilp got down In the neighborhood ttKCRM DliATfltt f tho Went India Island It encotiu- Mo. First Deck wm on top, then tcrod a hurricane, and thing got to Myers, and an thev rollod over in the ho to bad that the captain dually an- porch, tho widow stood by and en uounccA that the J rowel certainly Joyed t!io scene, excepting when the would go to tho bottom. Thereupon saw a good chance to help Myers, by Heck wrote a nototo hi wife, saying pokluglleck with tho logof tho cliulr. hat tho vhlp win about to sink with Finally Myors explained that upon ull en board, and tlnit when thi tho wholo ho bolieved that, ho had reached her ho would bo lying dend enough, and when Deck had given t tho b.itlom ol the sen. Then ho him a tow supplementary tlitimpH. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 November 1876

ens THlL TUOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1876. TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, lfl7u. TAl'T HAM AM OPINION. Grant and thu Republican leaders nro considerably exercised over thu fact tli.it their dlriy work In Louis iana inn j' pmvo futile, owing to the Inct Unit several Hayes electors tiro disqualified ly reason ol being oflleo holders, 'mnl Attorney. General Tult wn ordered tin 1 1 hits IksimmI un opin ion bearing on the subject. It was just such tin iipinloii us Grant told iilm to tiutkn, unil nf rttinn;s that tin; disqualification of mi elector docs not fleet t lie elector I t-L-ot vltifT 'lie nrxl highest number of votes, but erenle n vneaiiry, to be supplied by tho other doctors. Ik' says this Is u republic, where Iho majority rules, ami ills the old llilil-li law t U ik 1 gives to the op ponent the oillre when the candidate iccclv lug 'he larger number of voles is disqunlllled. Them is no special law hearing on the question, but does .Mr. Tiitt lot gel Unit in the iibenc...

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. — 22 November 1876

THE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22. 1876. nt every disputed southern Into Nhould send to WaMiliiKlon tlte re i urns ran, such totuin lie ilirown.otit or counted out by tltu Duinucrulla iUSC. , It would nemo ilso clear thnt, no matter what uiuouut of infamy should bo committed In these status, llnycs novor receive it majority ui the elcctoiM vote without the, consent of tliu DutnncrHtlc linuse. 1 1 would seem rqtislly clcnr that. If no ouu Ima the majority ol electoral votes, It Is tho duty or the huuso to iinmedlntely elect the proilduut. It would scum very clour that the M'uscni luiiiRO would not hesitate to do Its duty tiy electing Mr. Tildeu. It would mhmii cquully elmr that in this event (llieseualu having the eon Mituilonal right to st-luct the vice liruiddeiii) Mr. Hendricks would be the sacritk'o of Uiumi cyinpllcatiotiH. Ofeotirsf' there In ti (iliiu to elect Mr. Iluycs by a lilgli-luiiuloil, outru Kuihis iiecc of usurpation. And theru t but uuu wiiy In which this can b...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 November 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 187G. lXBCUTOJl'S TICK. J2A SnMee In hereby tfveii that letter, tctnmtntury wero urmiterl to tint under signed on the eHnte til .Jnliii Knox. deei'iiMsd, by tint Probate Court of Mlleolli muitly, Jin., mi the Mtli day til' Mny. lf M. I'cixjua limit" ilnllim ncNlnut hnlil eaUle lire reipiire d tn exhibit them to the Kxitl lor Inr nllowiinee within mil! year Irmii Hie iltiln of rultj letter, or they nwy he preclu ded ft inn snv uenctit "I mild ettus and I1 liiit rxhljilted In the executor Wlililu two want lliey will rorever barred. iill.ttf T. W. WITIIKoW, Kx. VllMIXIrt'i It ATOIt'f NO'HCK. Nolleo l lll'll'llV cleti Unit ll.'tlCI". ol iidintnlriirioti were vfralitfd I" the tinder liiiil li llii! I'robale t'oiirt of l.liienlti iiynty, M'Im tm tin etale ! !" Jletiiv, dce'd. w lilt will annexed on the Mill ihv n'l Mny. ISTU. I'ei'.nin lint Ink elulm nsrallist -aid tnte nr.- rcuiilicil In fxlillni Ih' in l tin- admin Mrnlur for allowance within mm ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 November 1876

THE TROY HERAXiD, "WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22, 187(3. WALL OE'3 Branching fLBunRN, fff offer (or ale n variety of C'oinol. talncd lour years ago from nn liulinii chief, M.tirnntl Island, Neb. Dy carefully sclceN lliu' anil planlilitf. vt haie obtained a vari ety of t'orii for which wu claim the. follow. Inr tolittt of excellence. : 1st. It l llrancliln..' Corn ylc. Mm.-morn NM'mTC tllilll till! rollimoll llfhl MU'lct.V. ill. It matures lx weeks curlier thuu common cotil, Mil. When (.'round Into flue Hour It pro duce iillour.imiliipm to Hour made Irom wheat : even an epicure Would t'.ill to ills. tll'lilllsll llCtWCfll bri'llll llladl! Irutii the two. TllHMMt Kur.'irt ct. wc will send i'IhiiiIi to plant bo hill-. I'nr ft we will send ciimiirli tor l.'K) hills. Tor tf-'.rn), lion lillli. AiUln i. ICKII WAIXACK, Auburn. Lincoln rminty, MI-mmiiI. OKltTTKIO'ATION : Thl Mo certify Unit t have tiled Itrlil Wallace's (.'urn Hour, nml llml It, cioti bet ter than In- reinvseiits it to In-. The bre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 November 1876

THE MtOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1876. TROl' HBKALDf FISHER Sc MUDD, AT Mtl.AO a Your In Adiranon. COURT DIRIOTORY. Circuit CouuT.-Klrst Monday srler ttss onrtu Monday In Msrch nudMontenibor. County Court. Second Monday In ffc nnry, .-uny, aiikusi, ami .sovciiiner, 1'Iiobatk CotJUT. Third Monday Jnnuary, April, July and October. Milk. From ami after (he drat of November until further notice, I will deliver milk lor SO cent a gallon : liuttcr tnllk 10 cent a Ballon, and cream 15 ccnti a quart. Natlee. All persons who havo placod note uu uccouiiif hi ino nanus or Joan r. Argent, as constable of Monroe lovvtistiiii, nr otherwise for collec Hon, will pleaso call uud get same H um mo uimcmgueu. DAM'!, AltUBNT, lt-pil Clianillly, Mo. Dr. Noel wants to trade a set of teeth lor a good cow. Who wants the iceth and lias t ho cow ? niaek silks. All the year round wo keep n lull Him) of tho very best makes in ISIitck Hilkc Wo Invite ii coiniiailsiiii nl quality and prices with any house...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 November 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., NOVEMBER 29, 1876. NO 48 TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 88, 1871. tOOAk AND OOUNTY NlWt. Am Bear Assam's; tho ! eeare MO. XXV lit. When the court met In adjourned teuton In August, 1868, It wu or doretl that the repair of the court houie previously advertised, be let to Edward J. Peers, at the price of ninety-seven dollars and flfty centa, lie being the lowest bidder (or the eaine, tald work to be done aa fol lowt,to-witt All the old wood-work, except the blinds, to ba painted Willi threo coala or good while paint ; all the blinds to bo repalreil, hung with new liliigeaaud new fattenlnit whore necessary, and well painted with two coats of green paint ; sis upper win dows In ttie court room to be Used with cords and pulleys so las the lower flight ot sash can be raised by a cord 1 10 in the door; three windows In tho gallery and seven windows In the court anil jury rooms to be Used ao that the upper flight of sash can be let down an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 November 1876

WKI)NESJA., NOV. 29, 1876. BKl4BUTIUR'H OPINION. Jlaether Review ! Ike AtMMlleH That ihe.ffrceMeataMae lea , , , u,CetiHUilieTete. Vac VaaafefeReeuUaf attaaillctBe twTMN,ae tm llaat. 1 From tho NewYiirk Ih-rald' 18th . 1 Speaking of tiio eflor slgufd by Sherman, Mitthews nnd others, to the Democratic committee, Mr. But lcr Kld : They proceed lo nay as follows : ''If the dutlvs of the Cutivasilttg Hoard o( Louisiana were muiely ministerial or clerlcul, u In the chid of imy oflluer charged by I lie law wltli I lie duly of verifying nnd declaring the result of imy election or investigation with no discretion, an when the President ol tho leualn counts nnd declares tho votes of tho electors of tho several states in tho fleet inn of President nnd Vlco-Presl'dent under the Coustttu lion of tin; United Slntcs, a different case would be presented." Admit ting lor the tniiuiciit theirassiimption that the President of the Senate is to "count" tho electoral vote's In ,llie preseiieo of tho two...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 November 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1876. An iMCitftHt In the Bnrlr Mf Mark Twain. Memphis Avalanche. 'Many of our citizens will remem ber Iho blowing up of tho steamer Pennsylvania, near Austin, Missis sippi, some time in June, 1858, we think. Tho survivors, alter llvlncr lug, out of.whlch had bcoii.linuro vised a temporary hospital, where for weeks, night and day, caiuo out skilful physicians, our pastors, and our, noble CJht 1st iun men nnd women, with hearts full ofsym pnthy and hands whose ministrations fulled not. With 4II tho untold anguish ccn terod in mat room, there was a ghastlv tfrotc$quoiiess, tho rciueui brance of ivhlch Ih with us jot. The patients had been covered with white paint, and tliU, overlaid with raw e.otton, gave nn cifcot Impiisslblo to describe. Our rlslbles wore excited and even mimo of the least Injured could so tar forget their irernl mis, crv ua to point tit unci Jeer each oth- cr. It. made un wonder if we were not within tho wards of a madhouse,...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 November 1876

Till, TROY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1876. TROY HEH ALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29, 1876. TIIEO. J lift. A I. FISHER, I NtlDB. J Ualtara. AM0V13TIIK BfJPRU.nU COURT. The ordor of the supreme court of fcoutti Carolina restraining ino woorn of canvassers from exercising judicial functions in canvassing the vote of the stale, and prohibiting It from cMf nd j, thoroughly conversant throwing out votes retnmud by thoW,hlho condition of the Southern county commissioners of election, poopo. Ills paper supported Hayes, had little otlVct upon that delectable ,m tho whole tenor of his correspond mob. In defiance of tho writ ol man- ,cnc0 during the campaign was In the Humus issued by me court, ine ooaru ( hiterett of that gentleman. In wrl met In sccrot session, threw out the tng about the Intimidation of colored Democratic volo of two or three' voters, that the carpetbaggers charge couuilci, and Issuod certificates of , Democracy wlth-hi several of the election to tho Hayes electors and all Lou...

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