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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 October 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1873. Tree ul Plants Am now MilHclciitly matured to tranilnnt, i.ud Uio trromul vu nevrr In belter coihIU tlon. I will limitv nimlo trccufct tills full lir one yvar at 912.59 por hundred cali, or 3I.VIMI in 12 montlii. For other prices see ii.hci-ilv'iiiriit In niiuthcr column. A. M. Hltt'LT.H, null lliiffalo Nursery, Troy, Mo. I.!l winter conic, and drop It snows, blow It wlndj". and drapo tho tree, rose-bushes ninl eednrn In Miles who unal .1. 1. !)' m.tt Iih Jnt received a large stock of parlor and lieatuitf stoves, or the latest Improve-iiu-iit and mot beautiful dexlgns, and do tic his Mentis to call at his hardware store and examine them. nil Scad This. For a pleaxaiit drink of soda, go to the ' ttmiitaln at tliu corner store of (I. W. Mohr. He liu nUo Jut received a tut of ladles and Ml sos Mraw hats, which ho will sell ut low Hgitrcs. (ii:nts and boys' felt hats at from U to 4.00 . boots and shoes, cutlery, fancy itrnearle aud provisions, &...

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. — 15 October 1873

MISCELLANY. Till: IIASMIOT, OFKAItrtt. Thr. ioUpwIntf MquUIti trlali tmllnil wn iiiti-llaht-il orcr nu noii) nioita signature In u London lta palling I nm lit the ilawn of Hit My, To my liridlier that'll over the en, , Hut U'nlittli- I'll e.ire lor my lire anywhere, for It's liri iikln my heail will liei But a treasure I'll titkplnr oulil Ireland' suko That I'll irl.f nil l loiiKlnif aljovci Ifii u tiumriul u' larthirniiiHieliinUuf my birth, from the heart u' lliu IaihI 1 love. Anil won't tlio oor lad In lila exllo tin glail When he m ra the bruvu present I tirlnitv Anil won't there lie tlow'rfrointlilarle.ti treasure orour In the vviirm unit denut Itnl niirlnR? Och. Kiln iiiiirtiri vt thnNtfti It' jmrlln' wc he, Iran lleiiiK I'll leaieon your idioie, . And your inuiiiitiiliH nml dreams I'll bit In my ilrimiH Till 1 crow to my country onto more. JOHN'S 1'ltOMISE. Siinmrr win it inii-lirnotu city wltlcli 1i.nl irimr up on tlti! banks it n nivlnc Unit t'llt through till) Wl'ltlTII Ill...

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. — 15 October 1873

Tf tin- i rn-t to lnviiil Is wMicd tcntlrr. .,, a.kfllt ,111 ttlll 1ll!ll'l4l lll'l tllWl'll (lilt, flf till' own, wrap tlii'iu in ii wet cloth wriltur iViitn iiiilil u'liffti. timl ihi'ii nvi-t It ii ilrv . tMWi'l. Common I'ruit OiKi-. One pound ol 4I.1HM .,., Itrillllil ill' Piililtiu .ill,, tu.tlllil III (iiiiiint: oiu'-IimII' piittnil of citron; one cup ol sit-fiir: oiii' of mollis)"; oiu ol Imtti-r; one of milk; Hints ujtgi u twi-1 spoon of ali'rntit", ninl plu to tuxe. I Oniii''!' 'l tirt. viiiiit.i two orall!:l, ntnl noil tin1 tlinl ii'iiili'i'; mill nun a tt-st- I'tipitlKU -IllTill . iiu-jnice nun iuinii tor fruit, ami oik- tutiicu of luitlor Ik-Mi-ii to a 1, I Inn 11 dlhillnW 1IUI1 with llirhttittll luu-t. mill lay im- wtom iniui-ruin 11. - I n Inivi' iilin' iirliMit crlM iiar.U'V lor Witlti'l' IM-. ptviltl lllllliy, ll '0011 u rillll- i-tvil. 011 11 pliyo pupi'i". plueo In a cool oven. Icavliijf Hi" iloofi open : n -ooii n drv, powdi'i' It ami put Into a liottln. cork' Ini...

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. — 15 October 1873

A DftfimSTttA.TOTl'8 NOTICE. Notice I hereby given tht letter of aniinuirsuon wore granted 10 we uuuer Mirned by the l'rohate Court of Lincoln rntmty Mo.. anthc uoUtc or Sophia C. Bryant, deceased, on the tilth day of August, 1873. All peron having claims ajrauut Mid c. fate are required td exhibit them to the ad lulnlitrator for allnwanco within ono year from the dnto of xnld letter or they may be precluded from any bcncHt of ld cittate ; mid if not exhibited within two yean from the dtita of Mid letter they will be forever barred. octl ISAAC II. OWINQS, Adra'r. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. J. Notice In hereby (riven that letten of aduunixtration woro grained 10 tno unuer nlffiied on the cnateor nuiurord Hiackweli of Mncotn county. Missouri, oa the Slit day nt Anmi. 1H7A. All persons having claim against said tale are required to exhibit them to too ad mlntitrator for allowance within ono year from tne date or sstu letter oriney may ue precluded from any benefit of uld citato ; and If ...

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. — 22 October 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. S. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1873. SO. 42. T.ROY HERALD, ri'BUKHKO IIY ISSUER. Ac MUDD, IT ri."t Vom in Ailvunnc. ATCt OF ADVERTISING. I wrnare I MMcrdon ft M Kaeh additional Insertion 7S AiUilnlstrntors" Notices 3 00 Final Settlement Notice .1 00 rv Notice (siiglc stray) 3 00 fetch additional stray In same notice, . 1 00 Uhcral deductions will be made to rcrutar tyerliscrs. Nci certificate of publication will 1w mule mil mti'h publication has been paid lor. 5 liu non-observance of tliU rule ha been m okmIoii of much trottbl and actual loss. COURT DIREOTORY. Ohwtuit ConnT. First Monday arter the fMrth Monday In March and September. County CortitT. Second Monday In reb ruiry. Mv. August, nml November. HtoiuTK ftit'KT. Second Monday In January, April, July and October. LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. J. Winston Sltton, Kaq., of Now Hope, was iu town last week, accom panied by hi daughter, who was hero to Attend tho touchers institute. (co. W. IMxon, Kuq., mid .I...

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. — 22 October 1873

THE TROYHERALD. FI6HEK ft MPDD, Publiihri. TROY MISSOURI. Parallel Siorle-. In tin; year 1-MM tjlncvra d' Atnlem. t Florentine beauty, married, under uart-nt ul ircure. it 111:111 who Iiml I'.iIIimI to win ber licart Unit liu bad given to Antonio Itninlluclli. Soon afterward tin! Dlaiine broke out In Florence, (iiucvra fell III, ill t iiarcimy siicetinincii to tuc niuiauy. nun f n-iiir pronounced tlciiil. "In- was tlx1 smut! tiny conigncii 10 tuc iiuiiiiy toiiiii. fouie diii', however, liad blundered In tin mat ter, for In tliu middle ul' tliu night Hit; entombed bride awoke nut ol her trance, iiml. badly ii Jut living relatives lnul be liavt'tl, found lur tlfail one- still It-.- to her liking, iiml iot no time In ipilttliig tin; si lent company tiHin who-e iilrtinli' she Ii.k I unwittingly Intruded. Speeding through tliu .lce-wrappcil.lreet as swlll ly ns her dinging cerements allowed. iliifvni sought tln home from which tin1 liail mi lately liccii borne. ltnttctl from lil slumber ...

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. — 22 October 1873

THE TROY HERALD. TllOY, MISSOURI. TEttMS: $1.50 IX ADVANCE. ITEMS OF IXl'EItEST. l'crtntint nuit Literary. Murk Twain h traveling through Scot land with Mrs. Clemens. Anna I!uk1noti receives this season 8100 for each of her lectures. lion. Chus Francis Adams Is writing (in; oiograpny oi ins iamcr, .ioiiii .viiains Sir Samuel Hakor, the distinguished Airicaii traveler, nun who win visit tin country next summer. 'Tin- (.Hided All" is tin- title of tin; forthcoming novel by Mark Twain anil Mr. (turner, ui jiitriiurti, t.oim. Secretary Delano, of the Interior D parlinont, h said to lie Nie onlv native ot orinnnt who ever held a ealilnet olllee. William Everett, son of Hon. Kilwartl Everett, formerly n lawyer anil author, has uecii aiuuiiicti 10 me ministry, (.icrald Mii.scy has sailed for till eottntry, anil an exchange savs tliat If lie expects to inaku anything at the lioet business lie will 1x5 disappointed. Fin- a hot-guii in any direction in this country anil you hit a poet. Elder ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 October 1873

tot TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OOTODEH 22, 1873. TlftiO. . riMIIKH, JOS. A. MtIDD, J Kdltora. FAU, KLIXTIOMS. The election lit Olilo on tho 14th was a glorious local victory for the Democracy of that state, Allen being elected, according to our latest ail vices, by about 800 majority, and it is supposed thoy will havon majority on joint ballot of about sixteen in the legislature. This is better than wo expected, in vlow of tho third party inovcineut that was originated in that stttto at the beginning of the cam putgn, and willed we supposed would sorloiisly rotard the Democracy. This lesson teaches, if it teaches anything, that tho mongrel conven lions which meet for tho purpose of hatching out half-and-half parties putting n littio Itcpubiirfaiilsm here and a largo quantity of Democracy there cannot accomplish any good. Tho originators themselves are gen orally political demagogues, impatient for something to turn tip that will be to their personal advantage. Their strategy is too thi...

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 October 1873

TBOY HERALD. WBDXBSDAY, OU TOlJKlt'J.', 1873. Tlio following letter contains a ImiitUuitiu ouiiipliiiiuiit to one ot our futility boys, Juntos WlillclnW, who hits bean living In St. L01119 for a number of ycura, where lie lias Hindu lil iniii'k : sr. I.ons, Oct. 10, CUITOK UHI'I'IIUI'AN DkauSih i Your "Kalr report" In tn.iliy' I tii; uii'lcrtlio Imm'IIiii; of l'vM' llmv It It Done.'' tun Hi'ii tin- writer rri'illt for the Itnprnvvnii'iilit mi tin; new ituni t vim ciitliiK uml lirciililtiK' in icliluc I'xlillilti'if liy thu M. I.oult Typo Koiimlrv, when tun lioniirbvluiiitiuxcliitUcly to Mr. Iniiici Wliltrluw, our lorcinuii In tint t ! ili'iiiirlniciit. Tlio mmhliicl nno of III ii. u il:innliitf uml fiiiintriietlon ; w ih built In iitr ft ilillilniii'iit iimler III own iMiiieilUtr. iiii'rvlfluii li'iiiu Hr.l to lint, anil tin; many ViiuiiitiK' liiiprnvi'iiii'iiti iimiIp by bun urn ti.'hi:; imviviI by It-itcr (ciu-iit In tlie United ttinir mm I'.iirnpi. .Mr. WhltcUtv Ii iiilto a yoims...

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. — 22 October 1873

MISCELLANY THE FOHTr-ACltK FARM. hY JOHN II, YATI1. I'm thlnkln' wife, of neighbor Jones, that man with MuUvurt urm, lit lives In peace Hint plenty on lorly-acre Whllemnl arc all around in, with hands unit hearts a score, . ... Who own two hundred acres, and till arc want ing mure. IlUla it iirt'tly little farm, n pretty little home, He has aiming wile within, ns quiet as u moiiii'i Ilia ehililren play around the door their father's llfetuenatm Looking an neat ami tidy aa the tidy little farm. No weed are In the corn Held, no thistles In the oaU Toe hones show good keeping by their lint and glossy coats The cows within the meadow, resting '.ncotli the tieechen shade, Iarn nil the gentle manners of the gentle milk ing maid. Within the ikM-on Saturdays he leaves no cradled grain To be gathered on the morrow, for fear of com ing ruin He keeM the sabbath holy hi children learn his ways And plenty tills his burns and bins after the har vest ditys, He never has a lawsuit to take him to th...

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. — 22 October 1873

TIip Yellow Fever. In the Mrilit-nl Iarestlwttrii' for October. W IF. lloliniiilio. M. I., ill" New Orleans, iv dl' this niiiliiily : Thin -eoni-jre (it the l tuple- r 11 iccitlliir. eii-iiini'Ki'ii iiiMUM-, ;n-ne ruuy eiiiot'iniu in wiiiic cy.-ti'iii. It Iui raviiifi'il nil our i lliiiiim i iin mill 111111 iriilll .li'i I "ir i . I lulfiiktliii mill li.i .iiiti.tt.it,.lt eiiitsil' iinilivd tnllr up the Savannah, Aiahniiiit in i'ii"i"tjiyi invnt n". iniim- mm i ilvii ii urn iht-iiiis Mini'r iiniii M'vi!rii, I c.oiH'i'iullv fatal to drunkards iirea- ...1 ' I .. .1.111...... T. 7.. Illl WIUUl'll. illlll "llll) l-llllllll'll 11 19 ry iiniii wiii'ii oeeurrintc Hi Tin nejjw i. i III ..''.HHill 1 1-, I II III.IIIIIIIII ..mull-. III ll:itll'i.tiiil'll Slilltlll'llll'l'l 1 It la, llllll'l' .. i.. v ..... i .... . I.. 1.1... .11. I........ .Ill HI I III ."HM llli"! III I - . Ill l.ll'.ll-llllli'll rill I ore so; iiml It l most t'atiil to lrlh null criimii. It ii illx'iM' of tin lint month" s...

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. — 22 October 1873

ADMINtSTHATOK'8 NOTICE. Notice I hereby given tlmt letter nf uilniltiMrntlon were (granted to the under sixiicd by the l'ntliAto Court or Lincoln county Mo., onthe estate of Sophia 0. Itryant, deceased, on the 12th day of August, 1H'. All persons havliitf claim apatnst snld e late nro required to exhibit them totliu nil mlnlstrntor Tor nllnwaiire within' one year from tlio date or Mid letters or they imiy bo precluded from any benefit of Mid estate ( und If not exhibited within two yenr from the date of Mid letter they will bo forever ''mil1' ISAAC II. OWINGS, Adin'r. Jt. Notice Is hereby (riven thnt letten of atimiiilMraimn wcro .tranicu 10 uiu uminn shmcd nn the estate of Mttmford lllnckwcll deceased, by the Clerk of the I'rnbnte Court r Lincoln county, Missouri, on the llt day of Aiifttist, !". , , , .... All persons having claim aindnst said es tate arc required to exhibit thrm to the ad niltilstrator for allowance within one year from the ditto of Raid letters or thoy may bo pr...

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. — 29 October 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1873. N"0. 43. TROY HERALD, FlTBi.lBllKD BY IISIIER, & MUDD, AT 191. SO a Year In Advuneo. RATES OF ADVERTISING. t square I tinnrtlon, f 1 60 Kch additional Insertion Adnlnlstrators' Notices,, Filial Settlement Notices OBITUARY. Died on the 8th day of October, 1873, nt tlto rcsldciico of lior soii-ln-law, Sir. Daniel Draper, Louisiana, Mo., Mi'H. Juno ltlggs, relict of the lute Gcu. Jonathan ltlggs, of Lincoln counly, aged 86 yours, 7 months and S3 days. The lata husband of Mrs. ltlggs was distinguished among tho early plo- 3 oo 1 1 ic cm ui .Missouri, ami iiiuoiiv mocur- il 00 iicsi American settlers, nuviug rc eiraj Notice (single stray) 3 00 1 moved with his wlfn from Kentucky rvjiaili!ltlonlNtraylnwimenotlva.. 100 1 10 Hie territory of Missouri, thou a M ucuon.wn.ue i acwrreuir ,,,, of iuigfo,,,,, j t10 vcar j8ll, una sciticu m si. uiurics loiitity, among tho earliest Fettled parts ot Missouri. advertiser. Nn rrrtl...

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. — 29 October 1873

THE TROYHBRALD. riBKER MPDD, Mriltlura. TROY, MISSOURI. A Mall-Coach Slory. An English gentleman nftrtto John Bull proiwrtlons wcljrlilnir somu uljrhtccii or twenty stono luul occasion to travel in summer by sbiife-eoach from Oxford to London. The stage earrleil six Insldo; and our hero cngngeutwo places (as, In con sideration of his slr.c, ho UMinlly did) for himself. The other four scats were taken by Oxford students. These youths, being lighter tlmn our modern Lambert, readied the staue Ix-fore he did, and oaeh snugly possessed hhnsclt of a comer sent, leaving a center seat on each side vacant. The round, good-tern-in-red face of John Hull soon after ap peared at thuearrlngo door; and, peering Into the vehicle and observing the local iir rangeinents. Its owner said, with a smile, " Yon see I am of a pretty .comfortable size, gentlemen ; so I have taken two scats. It will greatly oblige me If emu of you will kindly move Into the opposite scat, so that I may bo able to enter.'' " M...

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. — 29 October 1873

THE TROYHERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TEKMSi 31.50 IN ADVANCE. ITEMS OF INTEHEftT. l'rrfiniinl nnd Literary. Mrs. .Iiilla Ward Howe recently made Iut tlr.t appcarat In a New Vork pulpit nt Unity Chapel, llark'in. Mr. Ernct Longfellow, son of the poet, ha-ii i-tiulio In Moston, w here he Is now engaged In painting Maine limd-M-apes. from sketches iiiatlo lat summer. Si'imtor Sunnier ha addressed u lctttcr to 111" lecture agent canceling Id engage ments. The advice of hi friend I given as lilt reifon, ami hu addss t llml this representation proceeded from n few only, or hail my friends la-en divided or less strenuous. I should not. nci-han. have felt iioiistralncd, u I do now, by their unani mous Judgment in letterunil conversation, leaving mu no alternative." It 1 becoming the rule for most editors of large miners to einiilov the aid of a Meiingrapher to do the vat amount of writing incident to stieii a position, mien l the practice of Whltclaw Hold, Charles A. Dana. Mantoii Marhle. 1). U....

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. — 29 October 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1873. T1ICO. son, A III riRHcn, Keillors. The Baltimoro municipal election had gono Democratic by a tnnjorlty of about 20,000 or more. ft It announced that cx-Oov. 1). iraU Drown will run for representa tive of Iron county next fall. Wilson Hutchinson of Warren coun t y killed a pelican Inst week that meas ured eight feet from tip to tip, anil hud a bill thirteen Inches long. Andy Johnson's version of the trial and hanging of Mrs. Sun-alt, it is suld, li now In tlio hands of the printer, and will appear shortly In pamphlet form, lion, John II. Papon, stato senator from tho 24lh district, has resigned his Heat in tho senate, and Governor Woodson has ordered an election to fill his vacaucy, to tako placo tho first Tuesday iu November. Tho Apollo hall Democrats of New York, who withdrew from, or rather irtl'o ousted from tho Democratic convention at Utica by tho Tammany linir, havo fused with tho "Liberal Kepubllcaus." Charles Hug, a prominent citize...

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. — 29 October 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER29, 1873. Apple Trrc At llunnfa Numry will do xotil Hits fall rirviU nt $10 per hundred. fl'J.W on lit mmitli tlnu wltlmut Intoreit. or t will fur iiU!i treoi to tenet all Hint may illu for one 5 iir at $IS.M i-mIi per 100. nil r M. T. llfltlon nclU 4 poundi of Coffee for oti'i dollar, una a puiiuun m nur itir hih Miiiiitr. iiuuuii l.tit winter votne, ami drop IU anowa, blow iU wint, i'11' drupe ttic treca, roat-buahoH ainl tiiulara in Iclelea who oarcat J. 1. Ly unit Juxt rocilvcd large utoek of parlor tid heiiliug Htovc, of tho lutcHt improve' hiimU and inoit bountiful draigna, and ile ire hli friend to call at III hardware atoro and examine llirui. nil Mpeclal Natlce To all whom It limy concern. We ar de termined to hcII (,'ooiUai low iu ANY lloune iu l.im-oln county (report to tlio contrary liolwUlmtamllii!;). Coma nnd see h when jou want goods and wc will try and prove Iu Norton, Harlan & Norton. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas Itlineuli Kill nml Niin...

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. — 29 October 1873

MISCELLANY. TO MY OLD CLAY PIPE. Olfaoubcxrimcil nnrt blackened le, thou pen ny'a worth ol clay I . .... What ideMurellngcra round thy bowl, whtcrei drive owiiyl . bad thought to lay the by forever on the Bat 'twiu ton hanlt I couM not iart from thee my aeconu mm. Mutt I foraake, to pleaae the worltl, who'd ne'er iileaae nie I ween . , . My ahort-alcmrard, tooth-worn eoraforter! my beautiful dmli cnV When lonely duy with troublous thought and cankering care are rll, lad dlvrni Ilia ore wont to mar the Inner acenea of llli-i When alnplcaa night enmoa lior'rlng o'er, It ahadnwa round to Mug, ., And ghoul and tieetrat Imagea are floating on When devllafiliio anddeviU grim to murder Joy make luiate, .... . . , And all the future Ilea before a melancholy waati I take thee down, my dearolil friend, and, sitting by the Are. ...... With every whin earc'a burden lifts and rises higher, hUher. . . - . . Tata as I puddle life's canoo adown the future's And mua'd the )olnti of weal or woe that ...

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. — 29 October 1873

MINGS WORTH REMEMBERING Potato Ciistitnl Tt'ii notntoes bollwl oft, six or fight vxx, oupnr to your taste, UK- tup milk, qiinrtor iouml butter, iiut avg, I'sseuco of lemon, brandy and wlim oyoitr tnsto. Ma.h tlio potatoo very thus RlcpPudillnjr. Ilalf-nlntof ftollfilrlco; Imlu oft' tin; water ami let the rice gut will) wo ounces butter. Tour ounces xugar, out' itiiirt rich milk, live ejfjrt lieutcii very lght, a tablef uootitbl of nutmeg and cin luniou. Htlr all togulher. Ctron I'ri'sewH. Pri'iiaro tho rinu. nit out any form you may ileslro ; boil 'cry hanl for thirty minutes In alum wa- or,, tolerably strong; take thum from the i. .... ...... ..ii. ...r. i ... . i tight ; In tlu! morning change the water mil put them to boll; let them cook until hev have chtmgul color and are quite on": then make voiir elrim. iillowluir one mil n hall' poumlH of white, sugar to one iniinil of fruit : then add vour fruit, which iced but little more looking. Mace, glit ter, or lemon flavors nicely. T...

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. — 29 October 1873

A DMINISTKATOR'8 NOTICE. . Notice U hereby given that letter of admlnlitration were granted to the under signed by the Probata Court of Lincoln count J&o., onme eiiaio 01 aopniai., nrinu decfMed, on the 11th day of Atigutt, 1878. All nunon liivlnir minima aimtiMt Mid tate are required to exhibit them to the ad mlnUtrator for allowance within one year from the date of aald letter or they may be precluded from any benefit of ald estate ; and If not exhibited within two year from the date of said letter they will bo forever barred, ottt ISAAC 11. OW1N08, Adm'r. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. J. Notice I hereby Riven that letter of aaininintraiion were granieti 10 me uniier. signed on tho cutate of Mumford lllackwcll duceaaed, by the Clerk of tho Probate Court of Lincoln county, MlMourl, on the31t day of Auguit, 1878. All person having claims agalntt said e tste are required to exhibit thrm to the ad ministrator for allowance within one year from tho date of said letters or they may be pr...

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