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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 December 1876

t THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 11. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 20, 1876. NO 51. TROY HERALD. puunniti) nv FIgHEB fc CO., AT LOCAL AND COUNTY NIW1. Business Change. TO HIV FRIENDS. Willi thtt liaue my collection with (he Herald ceaict, and my Intcrcil pat set under the control of Mr. V. T. Thuriiioad. It ia with Iho slncercst regret that I yield to the circuit) stances which render thla alcp im Iterative. With unlfoi inly pieman t nisoclatloni in the office and the many manifestation! of kiudiicaaon I he part of indulgent friend, it could not be otherwise. During tte pait tlx ycara I truat thut I have labored hon estly and for the beat intercat ol Lin coin county, and it waa my ambition to be permitted to couttnuoa dlllgont worker in the tame field. A grad ually falling health warna me of the futility of audi hope. To the new inntiageinont 1 ask of my frlenda the aatne aupport and encouragement that have horelofoie been extended to the Herald. Josei'H A. Mudj). TO TUB PUBLIC. iu tak...

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. — 20 December 1876

i THE T.UOY HERALD, WEDNESBA, DEOEMBIr20, 1870 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1870. Lois Brand's Choice. Lois Bramlatopped on the brlrtgo and lcitiod uvor t ho low railing, watching tlie ripples on llio water ami llio lltllo minnows darting tbmit in tliat restless fashion of theirs, which made hoc think or the shnttlos living through thu warp in thu woav-lug-room at llio factory. As she stood there on the old bridge, thinking in an Idle, spiritless kind of vu) of what life tnnst bo when tlioro no such drudgery, no such tcrrlblo monoioiiy In it as had wrapped hers in from childhood, shut ting out every tiling ho httd hoped for most, llko a wall, a step upon the creaking planks moused her. She turned and saw that her com panion was Itlchard Evans. To him she was tho ono woman In thu world. Good morning, Dick," she said in u tired kind of way. "Aro you go ing to the mill t What a fool I am u ask you that, though. I might know that there's no other placo for such pcoplo us wo are to g...

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. — 20 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, ECEMBER 20. 1876. lltatl'a rinkiHi I From Apaleton't Journal. 1 fJillott, the Inventor of steel pent, ninaticd a groat fortune by thorn When ho had acquired wealth, do elrous of possessing thoto objects of art which deunte the proienco of re llncment at well aa monoy, ho wont up to liondon to atk hit banker what u rich man should uo to rurnitit a (fraud home, which he had jutt built, bett In accordance with good taito. Sitting with lilt leg under hit bank er's mahogany, he tald, "Now, what do you advise mo to do V" "Picture, statuary and other ob Jectt of vcrlu, together with a li brary," suggested his host. "Out I don't know nnythlug about tliete mutters; 1 with you would tell me how lam to go about 11. Now, for picture, for example; what's up in the market?" "Ah ! to what clever artists can 1 recommend you? Well, thnro are Mulready, little and Leslie, lor fig' ure piece, nud souic of tho lloynl academicians besides, writ enough In thai duparlmout, but ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 December 1876

THR KBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1876. TROY HgUALDt WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1870. THKOi U. FIM1KR, ( W.T. THURMOND, I Kdltorn. The fucooltlio South Carolina ro I urns gives Gen. Hampton 1,134 ma jorlty.and yet Grant and Chamber lain hold the stuto by the power ol federal bayonets, Conttitullunal liberty in thli country is certainly running n very dangerous gnunlct, but wo think ihe will get. through all right. Thero's life in the old land yot. "I don't enro til- (or tho m- nremo com I," tayi Giant. Uc tiecdn't hare taken tho trouble to say so, for his action havo been even more emphatic than hi word. The Indiana Democracy linn been "talking out in meeting," and they ex pi em thciniclves ns determined to nee the men they have elected presi dent and vlco president inaugurated. Good Tor them. Tho constitutional brunch of the South Carolina legislature hns inau gurated Gov. Hampton ; but tho fel low who "doesn't care a d for the supreme court," still supports Cham berlain with his b...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 December 1876

THfc TItOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBEll 20, 1876. For men Kit ihelr lllp1i-nr comtllihed without toiuu sure huut't aches. . ...-.(.-. 'there U tali! to bn a benevolunt geiitluiiitu In Boitou who uivrs twonty-ilve ceittt for mIIkIou. pur (Kxei erory time he iweare. lie has already ewoni anew steeple on the Presbyterian church, and li now en KVd "ciiiilng' up" a gift to the iloiue Mlulonary Society. IIoXKSTY. There ii no man but for bin own interoit hath an obligation to be hnnnst. There may be sometimes teinptatloni to be otherwise; but ulllgood thing' considered, hcihall lltiil it tlio urculost ease, the highest profit, the beit pleasure, the inoit sulci y, aud the noblest fame, to be honest. sr. Nicholas. IsiLVER I SILVSJB 119 "THe Kltif ! nil Pabllcntlann Is. I w t m IV M i" gin Specie Payment Resumed tied for tlta Voting KtlUer nines! the Atlantic." Southampton (England) UMiurvur, I Maminn: "Oh, doctor, my little Aunlt! hm iwnllnwcd the wliolo con tents (it n hninuiuathlo uieilic...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 December 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1876. EX liOUTOlTS HOT ICK. I Notice i hereby giren thai letUrt tcxuimeiilary were granted to the under igned on the oUU ol John Knox, deceased, by tlie Probate Court of IJncoln county, Mo., on the UUi day of May. J WO. I'eriou having claim agntnat paid citate tiro required to exhibit tbeuito the Kxecu tot lor allowance within ono yer rrom the date of tald letter, or they may be pre rlti dud from any benefit ol eald oatate ; and I' not exhibited to the executor within twofvear they will be forever barred, tril-Tll T. W. WITHBOW. V.x. 171 X KtJL'TUOU'S NOTICE. Notice Jjj Ik hereby given that letter tettamen' ury were granted to the uiiueraigncu y lliu probate court of Lincoln county. Mo.. n the ; crtate of Morltx llcrgleld, de ceived, on the 15th day of May, 1ST8. l'eron having claim agalu-t aald eatat nit iviitilred loexblhll them to the cxccii- tor lor allowance within one year from too date or aald letter' or nicy inuy oe pre .linlil irriii...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 December 1876

THE FROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1876. THE SUN.V 1877. NKW YOWK. 3 Tim illrtWcnl cilllinriM of TMK SUN Ilniinvi v,mr will lii the same no durllllT till) vcarjitstpasscd. The dully edition on wek , ilavs will hen slicet or rour page, aim on, Sunday it sheet of it page-, or W broad columns, While thu Weekly edition Will be a sheet of uluht iiafrvM ofthe snmiMlimen Ions itml character that urc already lainlllar to our Irlciuls. . . , The Jt'N Will continue to lie, till' strenuous advocate or reform nml retrenchment, and r the KUliottttnii or statesmanship, whilom nml lutvcrlty lor hollow pretence. Imbecility mid fraud In the'edmliiMralloti of mihlio nflulr. It will cntitcm! for tho Kovcrninetit or the people ly the people mid lor the peo ple, as oppocd to irovcrnment by fraud. In the ballot-hot nml in the rountliiir of votes enforced by mlllurv v lolcuec. It will en deavor to stipplv lt readers a bodj not now rr from a inllllon of vnuls with the most carclul. complete ami trust...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, EOEMBER 20. 1870. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20. 1874. to. I square 1 insertion fl M Kuh .tililitioniil insertion 7i Administrators' Notlcos 3 00 r liuil Kcttlcmenl Notice St 00 M my Nolle (alngta tray a no I m il additional utray I n Name notice . . 1 IX) Liberal deductions will be made to regular dvcrtUcrn. Advertisement, will take the regular run I the paper. K.vtra charge made for pre I erred plaec-. No rertlllcale, of publication wilt he made ..mil uch pulitlcutluii ha been paid tor. J lie non-observance of thin rule ha hern iliu nemslon of much trouble and actual loss. Our term are: Cash In udvunee. u aub- . ipllons; rash on delivery, for Job work ml caw on demand, for ud vert iscmciils. MKW ALKPI ITBBM. 0. 1. Morton lays there will be no ilifllculty, fin the Democrat! will back down. Uncle Will Creiiahaw ha been on (ho "war path" ever since he heard thla. "tihlii'dlga" and weddings are the iiaiiimes iu this locality. This hull mtcs that Christmas...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 27, 1876. NO 52 VOL. 11. TiROY HERALD. PUBM8HBD BY FISHER & CO., AT dtl.SO n Your In Adwoe. LOOAL AND COUNTY NEW!. Charlie Jaekaon sella tba daily newspapers. Pleasant winter weather, but too dry for wheat. A alight sprinkling of the "beauti ful enow" an the 22d. Jacob Kumwalt, an old citizen of the county, died latt week. Com. Mudd, Ben Dowla and Wm. Aeret are losing bogs of cholera. Alex Wlthrow hai furnlthcd a largo number of elegant ChrUttnat pree- cut. Montgomery Carter loit a child soma threo weeka old Wedaeiday night lait. Mr. Sainton Wilson's reildenee was burned a few daya ago ; cauttc, defective Hue. The Ico houses aro nearly all full. There will be no pining for refresh lug beverages next summer. Bought by Garrett and Heady 81 hogs at $1,433, luppoted to average 350 pounds, of Jeff Sulllnger. The rehearsals of "Sho Stoops to Conquer" are doing well. Glvo the talent and genius of the club a good benefit. Billy Moore ...

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. — 27 December 1876

THEi TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1876. TROY HEHALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 37, 1876. CllltlllTMAB. "Here comes oltl Father ChrUtmaf, With sound of life and drum Villi mlttlctoo about 1)1 brows, So inrrily bo comes 1 Hie nrmi arc full of nil good cheer, tils laic with laughter glows, Hp shines llkt! any ho'tstliold tire A tn lil the cruel snow, lie Is the old folks' Christmas ; He warms their limits llko wine, lit- thaws their winter into spring, And makes their faces shine. Hurrah lor Father Christmas, Itingntl the merry bells! And bring tnc grnndsires ull around To hc.tr tlio talo he tells. "Hero comes the Christmas Angel, So gently and mo calm ; As sollly us thu falling flakes, lie i nines with flute and psalm. All In n cloud ot glory, As oneo upon tlie plain To shepherd hoys In Jewry, lie hriug)t'ood news uguln. He Is (ho yo'm folks' Christmas : Hi- makes their eyes grow blight Willi words or hopo nnd leudcr thought, And vMousol delight. Hall to the Christum Angel ! U peace on ...

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. — 27 December 1876

THE rUOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1876. A Prlatri Iimmi A printer itl in hit effica chair, bis hoot a were pitched end tilt coat threadbare; and hie face looked weary aud worn with enre. While adly thinking of biialnett debt, old Morpheut slowly crept, and belore lie know it he soundly slept; and olecplng, ho dreamed that he wat dead; from trouble and toll hit spirit had tied, nnd not even a cow bell tolled lor (he peucofut rest of hit cow hide tout. An ho wandered among the tliadet thnt ttnoko and tcornh In lower lladei, he thortly observed on Iron door that creaking hung on lilngot ajar, but the entrance wnt cloned with a red-hot bur, ami Satan himself stood peeping out, anil watch iug for travelers thereabout, and thus to the passing printer spoke: "Come In, my deur, It shall cost you nothing, ami never Icar; this Is tliu place where I cook the onos who never pay their subscription smiis lor though In lite they may escape, (hey will Hud when dead it Is loo lulu; 1 will sho...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27, 1876. THKO. I). riNHIR, ...jltani TUB HITfATION. Tlie sunretno court of Florida hot decided that tliu canvassing board of Hint atale shall make a recount of the vote according lo (ho lace of the re turn, which give tlio Rinto to Tlldon by about 00 majority. Tlio congress ional committed investigating affair tlioro will probably report unani mously In fnvor ol Tlldeii. In Louisiana tlio committee contin ued to uncart h the Iratiili anil Illegal mcUoI tlio returning board, anil al though there may havn boon somo iutiinlilallou, the most of It was by Kcpubilcau. A lair election lint liccn proven In Ihreo parishes that the board throw out Morehouse, Otta ebltn anil Itlchlantl which will bo counted In. Matter arc alill conii1erabl) mixed in South Carolina, but the Ito inibllcau arc giving ground a little, and Hampton will probably conic out ol the fluid Mrugglo winner. President Grant U taking water, lo ; pub...

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. — 27 December 1876

THE TROY HERALB, "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1876. PRORATE Ct!RT BtlCKKT. rva-Mtsda-r nannr Ja 15, 1977. F.M. John U Morris Andrew Cochran I.a.scium sklnm r Henry MeMalilll M liner M. Tucker Joseph Wlthroxv I.CWtH Wlg-lll Catherine Cnhh William T. Itlack Cliurls I. Hopkins W SDunn Co W II Harvey . Kllraoeth Harvey Frederick Metniachrr W M Hoynol.U c vx jiersnou Adm'r. S T KitHt K II Hull It C Magruder Thomas A I Itiltcr W .1 Tucker TV Wlthrowet al Caspar Extlne James C hlmore Martin V:Mneley Ueorge W llurdcstjr .1 allien S Norton Hoverly II llanvy same II K Mestmaehrr l-'riince Hnimtin Ini N Miilln O. W L nun II Parnons Tutor. I Parson II llemlstm-icr Dcderlctl W elide John W Nhivtna Thnina Slavcn luetb Hurt Thomas Slavcn 2D DAY. S T lucrum Charles Itolilniin 1mi. II lltvliirts ltivirlv II C.mn leorgo W Nichols Chcslcv ll Nichols Jleilerli-h Wlieile Conrad Augsbury Kleencr ft Dixon Nicholas Klcetuir II Itiihnielr Henry Miihlniunn l.ydia V M Whiteside .lacoli Whlt.i.h dunics I) l-Vtchcr...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 December 1876

THE THOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1876. L, X UCUTOK'S KO ACK. J2J Notice U hereby given tliat Ictton testamentary were granted to Uiu under signed on the estate ol John Knox, declined, by the Probate Court of Lincoln rnuntv, Mo., nn the If tit day of May. ISiO. Peru m having claim against said ealato nre'ieq llred to exhibit tlicmti tin- Kxec'J lot lor allowance within ono year Iroin the Into of said letters, or they limy he prcclu ilcil from any bencili r said estate; and I' not exhibited to tin; executor within twofyear they will be tiin-vrr barred. tiil-Tij t. w. wmiuow. kc. EXHOtJTKOU'SNOTICH. NJllif l hereby clvi-it tliut l-ttiTH tcotatiifii nry ivcro grunted to the iiiulcilcnfl by I tin mobile niirt nl' l.llii'iilll I'OlintV. l. nn tin' , estate of Mnrlt., Ikrgleld, de t-cascil, on tne win iliiy oi .nay, ioih. Persons having claims imaln-t wild estat' me required to exhibit tht'in lolhe excel, lor for allowance within oik year Iron liii! dale or Mid letter orlhcy may be...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 December 1876

THE TBOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1876. THE SUN. m?7. NEW YORK. 77. The different edition, or Tim MIX during the next your wilt hu tliu suiuc n durliiK the vi-ar JdKt iiitcil. The dully edition on week lay will tic a "licet of four pago, J on .Sunday a sheet or oltfht pages, or. broad columns, while the weekly edition will bo a sheet or eight patten of the name ilimcn lon mid character that are already fatnlltur to our friends. ... The sum will continue to he;the strenuous advocate or reform nnd retrenchment, and r tliu suhstttlon or statesmanship, wisdom timl Integrity tor hollow pretence, Imbecili ty mid frund In the admlulstrallnit or public Hfialrs. It will eontcm: for the government if the people by the people ami lorino pen. pie, as opposed to p.vcriiinent by frMtuia In the bullotdiox and In the countlliL' or votes enforced hy military violence. It will en druvor to Niipply lt reader a body not now far rrom u million of souls with the most careful, complete and trustwo...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 December 1876

THE TROY HERALD, . WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 37, 187. RATIt OF ADVERTISING. i . 1 lntirtlan ' I1H Kaah adUitloual Inaertloti J Auultitatrntora' Netleis 3 J Insl Hettlcmsut Notice 3 00 j my Notice (UiKle stray) .. 3 00 r mIi additional Mtray lu samo nutlet . . 1 00 Liberal deduction! will be niads to regular ilwtlscra. AdvcrtUomcnt will tike tho regular run rf the paper. Eatra charge made for pre le rred blscc. No certlflcate of publication will be made :ntll nn.li publleutlon haw been paid lor. nieuon-obacrvanco of tld rule linn been i.u molini nf nim li trouble and uutUul Iom. Our terras aro: Cah In udvuiiuc. n ub rlntloiia ; caati on delivery, for job work ml catb on demand, fortKNertiacincnttu COURT DIRECTORY. Oncuir Coimr. Klrt Mouduy after the miriii Miiiuluv lii lluivli mill Ht'iituinber. rot'NTY CotmT. Setond Monday lu Feb- runry, May. August, anil ovonioer. fiionATK Court. Third Monday to January, April, July and October. i!rnlierrv antico fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 January 1877

10486 THE TROY HERALD. J VOL. 12. TiROY HERALD. rcatisnen nr FISHER Sc CO., -AT- ' M.OO a Your In Advances LOCAL AND COUNTY NBWt. . A imppj now year. "Pill up, boys, fill up ." Tho bo wood is selling at $3.00 per cord. Win. Voire is hero visiting bis old tramping g-ound. Several irticlcx for this week's pa per have unavoidably been crowded out. A pig railed by Mr. S. B. Hopkins weighed Villi pounds net ; roianii Berkshire sock. KcsolutioiK nro now in order for the now yea-. Don't "resolve, re rnmilvo, thoi die tho sumo." O. H. Avar, who is attending the tsohool at thi Stato university, has Ijccn ntiout tiwn sovc.ul days. Allie Suction is tho now deputy sheriff. Ho Is genial and clever; will make a god otliccr. Tho Christnas ball at Millwood was a succcsi; a two night's siege. Keceipts VMUnct. There was a delightful storm party at Mr. Pcrkim' residence Saturday ovening. Tho partv at Mat Wommack's was r r i - i i nil unjojuuiu uimir. rcuBiiug aim dancing coutiiucd till after two o'clo...

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. — 3 January 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, J ANY 8, 1877. There la no unbelief : Vhoo-rr plant n seed beneath tUe sod And wttltt to hoc It push away the dod, Ho trust In (led. Wlioccr cays, when clouds sre In the (iky. Uft. .. Illnl.t I. .... tl.flit licmLnlll liv ntnl 111 V Trusts'tlie Moil High. V hoc verve, 'noath Winter's Held of snow, 1 lie silent harwst of tho future grow, Ood's power roust know, Whoever Ho down on lilt couth to lecp, Content to lock each sense In slumber deep, Known Mod will keep. Whoever:!). To-morrow. Thounknown, 'I'lit rutiirc, trustsunto that power alone llu daros disown. Tho heart tlmt look on Whin the eyelid doc And dares to llvo when life !u only woes, Hod's comfort knows. There Is no unbelief; And d.iy ly day and night tuicniisclou'ly, 'I he heart lltci by tlmt fullh the lips deny; I ml knowi-th why. A Brave Girl. In tho winter of 1812 a gentleman and liia daughter, a young lady, whiio traveling through Canada, arrived ntiout...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 January 1877

THE TttOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUABY 3, 1877. Agricultural 1 1 1st err IKrom tlio Western Uurst.J Tho origin of methods In nrlmltlvo nfrrioiilttire it Init In tradition, hut It Is certain Hint progress nnd the c titilstllon of knowledge In tho cultiva tion of the full were very ilow. Sliico the tiiventloi) of letters, nil along tho history of tlto nice, tncntloti In mado of pastoral pursuits, We can lino(liio the ilow growth nf such knowledgo whon we roll to nilml (ho porlod dur In; which man tMiiergMl from u now ndlc savage to a conilitloii of seml-cl v illzatioti. Coming down to a later era, we HiurtliHt tho Egyptians had u knowledge of various branches of husbandry, while thu lyric of Homer nnd the Ucotglcsof Virtfll show, the estimation li. which this pursuit was huld by tho indents, uud something of tho progress which the must en lightened iialtous in (hoso eras had niado in pastoral pursuits. Hut it wit not until many centuries has passed that tlUoovurios wore made which have ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 3, 1877. TIIKe. . tlftHKK, I tv.T.THCMnenD, J Milan. Ben. Duller tblnki the lait election ought to be eet tilde ; but then Dei. ii disappointed at the remit. Gov. sicarnioV Florida telegraph! Packard of Louisiana lhat the declilon ot the euprcme court of the former lata defeat! blm for re election, but doea not effect the electoral vote. There waa probably lively tltnea In Now Orleatu yeelerday, ai that wai I ha day for tbe leglilalure to meet. Like South Carolina, It will boait two of theie bodlei, and there.wlll be alrategy on both eldei. Two committee! have been ap notnted. one by the lenate and the other by the houia, to confer aa to I he 'method belt calculated to accom iillili the lawful counting of the eloc nii." it hae not Tct met to consider the matter. Cent. Eli telegraph from the Jot tlei lhat ho hai eecured the requlilte width and dopth through the entire pan to entitle him to tho tint Imtal mento...

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