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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 November 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1876. TREASON! The Supreme Court of South Carolina Disregarded. Dictator Grant's Bayonets the Supreme Law. . Th 8. O. Xjcirlalaturo to boOvotthrowH( Louisiana Returning Mob to Count in Hayes. Senator Sherman Disgusted at the Undisguised Frauds. It Is Rtprted He has Dana as. Latest Oonoernlng Radleal Con spiracy and Treason. SOUTH CAROLINA. . Columbia, S. C, Nov. 2fi. The sti prcmu eo lire Iim Jutt cuteroil Juiljf iiioiti of $1,600 flue rnch Mtnl commit titont of all tlio member, of I ho board of canvassers to jail until released by onlor of I ho court. C'iiaklkston, S. C, Nov. 25. Tlio liiilirisoiuiiuut lv the supreme court of I ho Mate canvasser lor c.uiitfinni i his evening, Hint the decision of Hh court that lis clurk shall Issue eertlti- eaten of election to all I lie members ol the loKlslaturc who were elected ac cortliuir to the report mado by the slato canvassers to the court, will precipitate ttie Issue lit ooutn uaro Washington, Wov....

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 November 1876

THE mOYHEMLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER '29, 187G. U'XKCUTOR'S NOTtCK. .Hi Hotlee I herr-by frlvml" tbfWtwi teMamrntory wont wanted to tna untar li;ncO on the Mfi el John .Knox, deceased, by the Pronato Court of Lincoln eotinty, Mo., on the 11th day of May. 1K8. Teraonatmvlmi (Mm ahrulftate are required to exhibit (bum to tho Bccu tot lor allowance wttblo one year Irom the .lute of ald letter, or they nwy lie preelit ded from any benefit of mild estate? and T not exhibited to the executor within EXECtFf ItOR'S NOTICE. Nollnc Ik lirrcby given that letter testament iiry were granted to the uiuleralxncd by Ihi probate ennrt or l.lnroln county. Mo., no tho ertotc of Morll lit rxleld, ,dc oeaaed, on tho I.Mb day of May. 1878. IVWOfi" hav linr elalma 8Xidut ald cetat aro required to exhibit them to the exeeti tor for allowance within one year Irom the date or mid letter or they may be rc eluded from nt.v benetlt of ald estate; an; K not exhibited wlthlu two year they will ,,erolCver.mm.d.EiMu(A...

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 November 1876

jJlWNt taltiinVftWn aMt aif)iWMfv nt.nranu iMnnu.rven. iiy carciuiiy select ing uml planting, wo have obtained k varj-. vty or corn for which wo claim tuo follow tnpelnts of excellence : 1st. (t In llrtimlilnir CrtHykl.'Inif mor per acre ttmn tlf if tf$ffifmmt. id. It iiiufeEtMbiatfterUhaft comman com. . i . yd. WJicn (rrmnul.lnto lino, flour. It pro. lt nfleitr analoirouf fi Attn- ntadollrom wieat: even lit fptiuiretw oJli full to ills UiiKUsh bctvVcei braad tuudd from tho two. TERMSt For 50 ct. we will fiend ctioticli to plant .V) hills. , . . , , For t wo will fnnd ctiottfli to f ,110 ihirW. Fonfi.&O.tlufl tillK AddrV. ' " IIKID WALLACE, Auburn, I.liu'otn county, Missouri, CRlMKUaA-r IQBjt. This l to (rrtirv that t Wo'ctrled Hold M'ifflaWk) (Tn n rto'hrViiiiA'IMl lt'iu brC-i tcr.thati he, rupnetit It to.be. TJra bread. IsaWeetcr and lighter than whrar. ' ' rr .fAMS.NlCILS.,, TliliN (o ccrtllV Hint Mr. Wulac "gn vo inc Nuiiii: nt his liram-Mmr flour t.'brn to Kt'lnd. Never lia...

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 November 1876

THE TBOY HEBAIiD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1876. TROY HERALD FISHER A MI7DX AT 4M.JSO Year Ik AjIvbwcm. Fine Stock.-Mt. C. D. GIIIhs of Aihloy, l'lke county, told to Mr. John II. Uorrl of near Millwood, In this county, a short horn bull calf seven mouth old lor one hundred dollar. rUir. R. & J. Alkliiion.at. Charles, Mo pay tun highest prlco for feather. Notlc. Notice it horcby given that alt watches and Jewelry left with me (or repair will be aold to pay cnargca If not called for within thirty day from this day. h. Wolfoham. Nov. 29, 1676. Milk. Froth and after tho t rt of November until further notice. I will deliver milk for 80 cent a gallon : butter milk 10 cent a gsllou, and croatn 16 cent a quart. Mhb. Tillib Hammond. Waal. II. & J. Atkinson, St. Charle. Mo., pay the highest price lor wool. Nolle Exlraaralaarf. All person indebted to the firm of Norton tt Harlan, either by note or book account, will be required to Nettle the tame on or before the lint day of January. 18...

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. — 6 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 6, 1876. NO 41) TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6. 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY fflWt. ..Ellis' figs aro the best. J. A. Wltbrbw will adfyoa an ao cordeou for threo dollars. 49 8. It. wool folk has mtdo another roductlon In price. If you waut bar- gaius can anu ico mm. 48 It Will do vnni- linart crnml tit aa those toilet ictt and beautiful toytfor Chrlitmaat A. B. Ellis.' They are loraaie loo. Mm. R. T?nliln. nn totalis Ia Inriwm the penplo or Troy, and vicinltv, that mm win sen out a. com anu carriage from lilt llllltl Ihn flrat nf Valiruarv. Hiid hopes iho will not fail tojrecelvo a iiicrai patronage. Messrs. J. B. Sltton, T. D. Ilardetty and John Overall of Menroe town hip. propose improving their itock of sheep, and looking to tblt end, they a abort llmo ilnce purchased live head of lino Cotswolds from Wot. Prltch- ett of Plko. Anderson' History reduced from $1.20 to $1, at tho DrugUouse of 8. T. East. 47t3 S. It. Wool folk is...

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. — 6 December 1876

or LTV --4 rr tt" . TKOV WEDNESDAY, DEC. G, 1876. OUIt DICTATOR. He Violates the Mandates of the Supreme Court, And Overturns Another State Government. South Ciwrollim "i Vic tim TlilM rlMiiio. xinirt-n-rui iimoUiih: lit tlio Htuto Cnjiltol. FRAUDS IN FLORIDA. The State with an Honest Count for Tilden. ra to cxuirtferntj feet ujlmi mntcr lie tiiii4ivzliiiir cf-Jcrtitnuut of ttm In M WrtorSht htoo orfioii. After full anu im coi r SOUTH CAROLINA. l-juvlill lo tlie.'t. LmiiK Itt.'publlrall.J TIIKTAI.IC IX WASII1NUTON. Wasiiinuton, Nov. 2fi. Tho so I iollS IlopfCt of the political condition of tlio country, brought about by fc-ouih Carolina's trouble, Is more talked of liuiu Hutu Ibu election of speaker. Tito moro honest of life Jti'p ulilicuiis my Hayes should with draw. Gov. Deiinisnit of Ohio, one of iho district commissioners, mill n warm personal friend of Hayes, In ol this oiliili)ii. III! stilled lo t ho editor of litis Washington Xational to-day 1 hut ho should uilvlsi) Gov. liu...

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. — 6 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY,' DECEMBER 0, 1876. iMailnailaR 1st Children. j Jntlgiat r AsraneM. Of nil (ho attribute of childhood, You should never Jud((oby appear I ho iuitttf luatlou in Hie most adinlra- nces. The other day little wcaEen lilo and eiivlalilo. Potent, at tho wand freed man wearing n a.50 suit of if a fairy or the muttered spell of clothra went to 0110 of tho bljf hotoli, tho enchanter, It can transmulo tho and reiftitcriiitf himself at Irom Texas, veriest dirt nud dross iulo latioat asked lor a room and lfbroakfast wna lloweranud brightest Jewels with u on tho table. Tho Olympian clerk simple effort of the will. No wealthy iizcd at 111 tn scornfully for a mo und cultured dame, parading her mcut, unil luiiiculilly remarked, "Any mostly wares of So'vrcs or Dresden on baggage?" "No"-replied the guest. high days nud holidays, appreciates their artistic splendor or receives such uiialloyd pleasure n docs our lit- Ho rustic maiden arranging bur store ut" polsliieds unit br...

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. — 6 December 1876

THE TROY. HERALD, WEDNESDAY 'DECEMBER 6, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 1876. ' Editors. Congress meets to-day. Samuel J . lbitidnll bus boon iiominatad by tho Democrats for speaker. Radical frauds in Louisiana wore co apparent that Senator .Sherman uiki ouicr Tisiuug iioriucrii uopuuii- cans wcro "W'J Kor particulare"of "the situation in S'ititli Carolina, see telegraphic ro- port on second page, and later re- turns on the fourth and fifth pages. It is said that the indignation at Was!,ingt,..i aSai..st Grant's nrliitrary proceedings ... South Carolina uni vcia . and that the better class of , , 4 ibjpn i ieuns and some of tho north- ' . . , - , . cm Democrats aru clamorous for Ins impeachment. The only way Florida and Louisi u:.;i can be counted for Hayes is by il'sfi iiiicliising thousands of Demo- nats. A man bo inaugurated would only he the president of a parly and not of the country, and we doubt that lie. would bo so recognized. The radicals of South Carolina don't ear...

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. — 6 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, BEGEMBER 6, 1876. around them, but with no mirr-mta.! Whatever may be tlieelloct produced on the negroes, they dure not bo con vlncoil, bucnuae llko n chain gnng, they boar without wincing the lain of their political matter. TUB CRISIS roil TO-DAY Una certainly passed, whou (.tun. Hit gar failed to perform hie threat of ejecting tho mcmbera from Laurent and Edgclteld, at noon, and when the bayonet houae and the aenato with surprising dlapatch agreed to post pono the eountof the vote for go ver nor and llautonantKovernor until 2 p. m. totnorrow. It waa very evi dent that the Kadleala did not con alder that tho appointed hour had come to bring tho laauo to a teat. THE RADICALS IN A DILEMMA. To count the vote (or governor and lieutenant-governor without tho Uni ted Statea bayonota at their beck and rail, iiicaua inevitable failure In the JUdlcala tn tho pualtlon In which they now stand. What Gon. Rugcr'i orders are no one knows. The repor ters hero have com...

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

THE TBOY.H EKALD, WEDNESDAY iDECMMBEB C, 1870. T.'XKOUTOR'S N T 1 0 K. -.VJ Notice U heiftijr' given tin- 1rttf.ru tertamuntarywera granted to tliu tinder Ijritod on tlic rshitii ol .Inlin Knnx. ileeoa-cd, by tlm I'rohtitc Court of Lincoln coiimv, Mn. on the Dili tiny of May. 1MH. lVifiitii huvtuir flMliUK ag.ilmt Mild e-liitt-nruiv(it!ri'il to exhibit tlicni hi the Lxccu lor tnr nllowniieci within one year from tlic dutc of mild loth T. or their may ho prtriti tied from anv brut-til of fulil estate anil I' not exhibited to the cxm-titor nlthli-tivo'voai-nllioy will In lurcw-r barred. n-Ji-ni T. W. Wl'i'llltow, Kx. - E X i:i ' UTIt ) R'S N OTIC K. SnUc. Is hereby kIvcii tlittt letter- temnmcnt- urv were si'iintcii to me uiiticriKiicii o tin; probate court uf Lincoln county. Mo., 'U the , ctnlc of Morll. Ikricli'lU, de li -Hcd, nil I lie 15th ill of May. 187(1. IVioti bavin, claim iii'!ilut Nthl ctiit HIV rt-iplll cd til exhibit tlicni to tin cxec.il tnr lor nllowiinci! within one yc...

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. — 6 December 1876

THE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0. 1870. INS. COl! ITrti'tfoi'd, -s. .niMTAnY,iTri:Kn:ni.Trr. A Leading llarcPicri:uiuu Hull. Tim Now York W, Wllllnm CuN Inn Bryant's jmpcf, of (ho S9lli, Iihi t tie following leading editorial on tho uiiirpatloii ill SoAWUkrollmi-:' "Wo uminot let tWo armiil uerupa lion of tlio South Carolina Ute-liotttiu and llm net 61 (ho fedoral troo'pM Uk lug upon tltcuiKclvc to determine who eliall coiittituto tho legislature or thai Ute, pns without a proton t of Ihc.uttnoiit poiilulo solemnity and ciiuryy. According" to nil accounts from that quarter tho general troop we re ycslerday in jiomcmIoii of the liiiitdliit't n uiUliir,)' garrison with Its nentlucU pouted nt Ihu doors, and no member of tho legislature was admit ted except iliuse who brought pass from ono of tho partisans of tho pics out governor. Member who brought tlio eeriit'ieata of their election liotn thu clerk of tho supreme court, under tho broad seal ol tho court, were re fused admit tn...

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. — 6 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1876. TT" -m 1- A T T-v JL JtlJli t&.XJJ p-jnuinxD by FISHER & MUDD, AT till. SO n Ycnr In Advnnco. RATI8 OF ADVIRTIIINO. 1 anunre 1 Insertion I II M F.siih additional Insertion "4 Administrators' Notices 3 00 I- Insl Settlement Notice 3 00 Mrsy Notice (single stray) S 00 Karh additional ktrov In laatc notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduction! will be made to regular tdvertlsers. Advertisements will take the rentier run of the paper. Extra charge made for pre tried place. No ccrtlilcato of publication will be made nil) such uubllcutlon has been Maid for. I ho non-observance of this rule lias been the occasion of much trouble and actual los icntrounicanu actual iom. Cash lu advance, un nub- U Our term ure t clptlons; cash on delivery, for Job work cli on demand, for advertisements. Notice. Nolico it boroby given that all watches and jowclry loft with mo for repairs will be sold to pay charges If not called for wilhln thirty days from this day. ...

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. — 13 December 1876

A - THE TROY HERALD. VOL.11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 13, 1876. NO 50 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18. 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. TS. Tea It ripe. Weather bracing. Christmas approaches. Toys grace our thup window. And firecrackers begin to break the uulet stillness. The boys go swimming now with skates on. Lookout for burglars and lock your doors. Mai. Downer, of the Louisiana Journal givee readings. Some friend has sent us a copy ol tho Collicrvlilo (Tenn.) Herald. The weather during the last two or three days has been very pleaeaut, This Is a good time to subscribe for the Herald, aud to renew eubscrip tions. Head the prospectus of that excel lent Journal, the New York Sun, which "shines for all" honest raou. The supremo court has decided that Callaway county must pay its rail toad bonds. We hare a splendid Jail In Troy, aud nobody to put In It. James Kel ley was released last week, the grand jury falling to find an indlctmout agaiusthlm for larceny. He was In sane. S...

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. — 13 December 1876

Om TROT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1076. TROY tlLI WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1876. SOUTH CAROLINA. The Democrats W ithdraw to Save Bloodshed. The Republican House Acting Without a Quorum. A.tD COUNT IN Alili Till: ItEPl'r tilCAM C'A!UIDATi:S. Still lanorl"g tho Supreme Court. CdMiMiiiA, Dec. 4, 12:30 p. m. Jjpeaker Wallace liu just informed Hie constitutional house that lio had been olllciully notified Hint over one hundred state constable weio lead)' tn eject t liu Edgefield nml Laurens members, and Unit t ho constables vntild bo supported by IT. 8. troops. Ho advised n peaceable withdrawal tf the whole of tho members of the i ous litutiotial house. This wns ac ceded to at once, and the members nro now on their way In Carolina hall, wlu'i'o they had met beforo taking jigsu81iii of the hull nf representa tives. 'jisclal to tin' St. t.ollls UcpuhUcjti.l (. Di.f.MiiiA, Dec J, 1::J0 p. m. Tho ili'.iriiMti of tho Halo Deniocnitlc committee received a telegram from .tuigrcssmaii Hewitt th...

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. — 13 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1870. (NimiM sv Car. , ONIlll Atlanta Conttitution : Railroad train mo often Ihe auene of lingular lihouometiA. Incidents are ofUn oc curring upon tlioin out of the usua1 courso of things, end therefore poo pie ire prepared for most anything whon they enter a car. The atory vre have to relate, however, thl morning, iajuit a llttlo ahead of any thing that fruitful field ha hitherto fitrnlihod, and what 1 mora It (oun tied on tact. It 1 a atory of limply a pieco of court plaster, but that piece of court piaster achieved a mot ex traordinary and mysterious auven turo. Tho train on t ho Western and At' laiitto rullrod which loll horo day bo fore yesterday, proceeded on without Incident worthy of note, until at. n station not a hundred tulles dUiaut from this city, it was hoarded by u young lady and gentleman. Up to this lima tho passengers, of whom there were u goodly nuiulier present, had spent tho limo us pas Menders usually do, lending newspa ...

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. — 13 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1876. TROY 'HERALD; WEDNESDAY. DEC. 13,1876. Jttft. A. InVDB J Grant says tliat conic days ho re ceives five or six letters threatening a -bassi nation, but, like little Philthy Sheridan, lio saya u I'm not afraid I" Congress will probably adjourn noxt Friday to January 8tlu tn tlio nioantiine select committee will pur Mui investigations in the southern t-tlttOB. In his message, Grant says: "I leave comparisons to history.." Yes, ami if lie should live long enough ho v..'!l find out that compariscMB arc o Hou.t. We shall have peucc if we have gut to fight for it," has been substi t ted by Grant for Let us have li'ij- i!.'' Grant's peace is such as tyrants always breed. Tho Republicans begin to suspi o'mi Ferry, president of the senate, are talking about deposing him dot ting John Sherman, as tt man Miihuicntly unscrupulous for them. There are now six or eight hundred troops in Washington City, and Grant nii.-. if thoro should bo any necessity...

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. — 13 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1876. V? rtiHlt would b (hit (he JfttntlMfttn. acting m body subject to tht will of the mijorlly, would trrtpt the tally of Ilia liONte toller nsui rlslit thtro knd then proclaim TlMuit and lUndrlckteleoted; and tha ltepubll can senators, overpowered by the rat Jorlty, would secedtaad pretend to declare Hayes aud Wheeler alerted. Tht would be revolution; ft would make John Sherman of Ohio the ainli roniplrator and rtroluttonWt aj.alift the lawa and liberties of the cnutiirv, nnd eetnpel all loyal and faithful offl clala and persona to treat bim accord ingly. PRBRIBENT ANT'i MESSAGE. President Grant's meiiago li not a verry commemlablo document In any particular, hint much ae It bears very little or not at all upon the con dition and requirement! of llio coun try, or of the Important public topics that at present engross so much of the people's Interest. It deals princi pally with matters and prejudices of the past, complaints, etc., and I not...

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. — 13 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1870. "LjXKCUTOU'S NOTICE. -XU Notice U hereby given tint lettera testamentary wcro granted lo the under rlirncd on the ertaU ol John Knox, dcccaed, by the Probate Court of Lincoln comity, Mo,, on the IJth day of May. itKil. Tcrrons tiuvliiK claim agalnrt raid estate lire reuulred to exhibit them to the Bxoou tor for allowance within ono year from titi llate of said letter, or they may be preclu ded from any beneHt of aaltl estate and I' not exhibited to the executor Within twotycarathcy will bo forever barred. irJi-TU T. W. WM'IIIIOW. Kx. EX KCttTltOU'S NOTICE. NoTlrc I hercbv ulvelt that letters tcatainelt iirv were granted to thu uiidcrrlxiicd y the probate court of Lincoln coiiuty. Mp.. oil the : ertato of Morll. Hcrirleld, de. ceased, on the 1Mb day of May. IS70. IVrrons having claim asalu.t raid e'tat1 are required to exhibit them to the execu tor lor allowance within ono year from the date of raid lotlcis or they may be pre. i hided Ir...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 December 1876

THE ITROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1876. Bleep li Ike Best Monument. The bot poislldo I lilnjf lor u mall to do when lio feels too woik to carry ntiy tltlntf through ft to go to bod and ftloep for a week If ho can. T hit is tho only recuporailan of brnlti power, iho only actual recuperation ul bruin forco; because, during ilaep, tbe brain I in a Unto of rent) In condi tion to rccoivo and appropriate par ticles of nutriment from, the blood, which lakes tho place of thoio which Imvo been consumed In 5 previous labor, slnco the very act nf thinking consumes or burns up solid particles, us every turn of Ilia wheel svruw of Iho sploudld sieatncr Is the result of , coututnptlnn ,by lire ol tiio fuel In tho furnace. Tho supply ol cosumed brain sitbstancu enn only bo lmdjlrom thouulrltlvo particles in tho blood, which ucio obtained from Iho food eaten previously ; nml tho brain Is so constituted Hint it am bust recelvo . . and appropriate to itself thoso nutri- il,.tn .lin lin-ii slu...

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. — 13 December 1876

ft THE TROY HERALD, TTEDNESDAY, BEOEHBEB 13, 1876. TROT HERALD FISHER sfc MUDD, AT Ml.SO a Your In AclvnnoA. The hog trado In this vicinity lias been vtry tctlr durlof the put week. The general kverege of weighu U excellent, showing much belter condition and treatment.tban usual. Notlct. Notice ie hereby given that all watches and jewelry left with me (or renaira will be aold to pay cnargei If not called for within thirty daya from this day. L. WoirctRAX. Nov. 29,1876. Milk. From and after the first or Novotnucr until further notice, 1 will deliver milk for 80 ccnte a gallon 5 i...itK miilf 10 centi a tcallon, and croam 18 conti a quart. Mrb. Tilmb Hammond. rr steal. A 2-story frame home, 6 rooms, with good out building and couvo- ..!...o. In Trnv. Mo. ADIlly t0 38 Nailce Extraardlamry. All persons indebted to the Arm of v Xr. ii.rimi. cither by note or Lb account, will bo required to settle tho same on or before tho first .i.v of January. 1877. We mean what we say. Norton a Harlan,...

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