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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1877. 'MtACHEKii csv:jitiiv. Upon a call made by Mur, D. J. Duncan, II. P. Heetli, C. M. D. Thur inond and olhcri, teachers of schools hi Waverly townshlp.Lincoln couaty, Mo., ttie following ladlet and gentle men, teacben, met at the Louisville aehool liouie on Deeamber 20ili, 1870, use. preliminary step toward the lu tura organ'icatlon of a townthlp ttacherV Institute, to-wlt: Mtn Emma Qardlner, Mm EmraaKitei and lira. Mary Janet, Messrs. C. M. B. Thurmond, D. J. Duncan, II. K. Iteerft, T. J. Ilotherlin, J. U. Mor rla, Philip MuUd, J. G. Ileedi, J. ft. Pax ton, of Lincoln county, aadSam'l Elgin ofJNke. A vote being taken, D. J. Duncan waa elected president and Jamoa It. 1'axton aecretary of the meeting. After a abort but pointed addreia by tho protldeat upon the Importance of teaohera' inatltutet, bolb to the teacher and the community, the meet I nf proceeded to biitluoia. Programme ofexerelscs First day Essay, "Ueat Method of Securing Attenti...

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. — 3 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3. 1877. V,i XKCUTO U'S . N O T I C K. -JCi Notice la liory. trlrett that letter tcMjinientury wcro ranuil lo the under dirnpd oil Hip wtitto ol'Jnhn Knox, deceased, by tin I'rnbatc Court ut Lincoln eoimtv, Mo., on the llth ility of Mny, ItM. Persons ImvliiK claim npNltirtmild wtnt iirmetiulrcd to exhibit thcilito the I'.xcc'.i ltd lor allownnp tmhln ono year trom Uir date, of ml J letter, or Uiey nmy be preclu ded from anv bcnellt of sold i-sUite; nml r not exhibited to tin' CM-ctltnr wilhu twntvearsthoy will be rnrcvcr barred. irJ.;i! ' T. W. WITillHlW. Us. EN KUUTKOl.'S NOTICM!. '".te l hereby att-u tlmt lelttiMcstnmtii i ........ .,cl..it In tilt. lllllll I'sIl'IHiI tliu probato court of Lincoln county. ,M.. on the :estiile of Mnrlu lit iKlud, de ceased, on the 16th any of Jiuy. is.". Persons liiivlnit Inliii ii-udii'l P'tnt urn iciiulrctl locxlilhlt them to lli ixecu lor lor allowance within one year horn (lie iliitc of said letters or tlicy...

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. — 3 January 1877

9 THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1877. t Tht next rendu of tlie United Slate, In mo, Is estimated at forty hIx million, Thlrly member of t liu Sotilli Cnro Una bayonet legislature cannot u rite their own nnmo. The rcpuhllo rxUled a century lie fore It could find n president who 'don't ciro a damn lor t tic supreme court." Of Hi thirteen oriitliiHlUnlok, Gov. J Inyo milled lint lour Munchu aett. New Hampshire, Khodo llutid mid I'euiikylvuiilti. Tlin Hnl hoard of ftKrlcultiirn e llmnles Hint the loan of the hotf crop of Xliouil, oeoiili'ed liv cholera, Will nol lidlliortol2,()00.0G0. A little mliool l.oy In frnncn used Mn iimtnli lor a pen-wiper, and whh poisoned nearly lo death by Matt s of copper In i he Ink, When a woman tun feel a mouse crawling ittoug hnr pinul column, mid jot .(op lo think whether lii! ha on Mrlped Ktockluir4. before kcollui; over In n 111, the I nl lentil qualified lo enjoy ihe cb'utlvo friiiiuhUu. A ttluiriilHi' rinirriiijfc procession was oeen in the...

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. — 3 January 1877

THE mOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 0,1877. RATI OP ADVIRTiaiNO. I nqimro 1 InterUen,.. fl M Kart additional Insertion .AiUittiitntrntarit Notice 3 00 rlul Settlement Notice 8 00 Mry Notice (ylngle stray) .. 3 00 each additional tray In notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to rerular tdvertltcr. Advertisements will take tlio ragulsr run ft tUc paper. Extra charge made for pre- lerred place. No eertlllcaui of publication will be made nUI uch publication ha been paid ror. ..L....iJ..ilMcr iliU rule ha been tbi owiwlon of much trouble and actual Iom. Our term are : CmIi In advance. " ilutlonit eah on delivery, for Job work nd cab on demand, ror aavertuemeui. UVUU UK ITEMS Hojr cholera it raging in IbUaslgb- boihood. The weather U quite cold, and the wheat probably Injured. Thero hat been a good many social parties given In the neighborhood. Lee Frank has erected a very nice dwelling. He gave a, house "warm log" in honor thereof. We have b...

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. — 10 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, IMO., JANUARY 10, 1877. NO. 2 TROY HERALD PUBLtRIIBD BY FISHER Ac CO., AT Jt.fSO a Your In Adrnnon LOCAL AND COUNTY NIWI. Mr. Geo. Elsbcrry li Tory tick. Mm. Ephralm Can ion li quite III The music of the tinkling ilelgh licit Is In the air. Commodore Vandcrbelt, (tio king of Wall meet ii dead. Mr. and Mri. Geo. 1. McRoberti wore visiting horo last week. The Mississippi Vulley railroad is bout completed to Clorksvlllo. Mr. John Brevatorand his mother were here visiting Mr. Creech's fain ily last week. Tho negro Dan. Price, tho murderer ol Taylor, is to bo hung on tho lUlli tost., at Warreuton. Hon. A. tl. Buckuer has our thank lor bound volumes of the Cougres aiouat Kocord. hid. Mcloan will preach at the Christian church, at this place, on Sunday, tho 21st hint. llonry Corley sold to Dr. Duncan of Pike eleven head of mulct, four years old, good average lot, at sixty Ave dollars per head. Mr. and Mrs. Clorc, of Indiana, ar rived In Troy ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 January 1877

I TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 10, 1877. MI Came to Ask-" From Harper's lliianr. Two pretty, old-fashioned cottagca ttatiUlng near each other on icclu tied tree-shaded country road, sepa rated by a tittle moudow, which from tho birth of Spring to tho death of Atilutmi rejoiced In waving greon glasses and white daisies and yellow dandelions, and after thai wore a rnbo woven of snow-flake a fair and pure a when they (ell Irotii the skies, until old Winter, to whom the robo belong, d, hearing tho returning bird auk for the violets, gathered it about hlin and vanished ngalu. hi ono of Ihom, tho larger, In front of which was a Dually kept lawn, and at the back a small hot-house and minlaturo vegetable garden, lived Mile Guernsey and hit man Mike, I Ho ono an old bachelor, tho other, as be described himself", "a wtddy man, lhaiiki to the Lord that tint hor real." In Hie other Rose Cottage, they called it, for In rose-time it wan com pletely surrounded bv roses; they li.led tho apace in t...

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. — 10 January 1877

THE TttOY HERALD, WEDNE8DAY, JAXUABY 10, 1877. bo reached (lie door, hel.sd entered uulicnid.) At lust she started up, thu roses In hur chock swcetor nutl pinker t Inn over. "A merry Christmas!" the cried. "How good of Villi In come so early ! I'll go cull brother Hubert." "1 don't want lotcu your brother," said (he old bachelor "at least not jot. 1 emtio ,tu nk" "I wn mi re you would," said Mis Osborne, breaking out Into ft lough llko a young girl'. "I told mother o this morning, I know what you came to ask." "Am you quite curtatn you do?'' mlil I ho old bachelor, tin odd smile rcadlngovcr his face, until It danced in liU handsome dark ryes. "Quito certain," said thoold maid, i-crliiisly. "Hut wo really don't lined your help, Mr. (Jiitrnov j lor al though wo nro Inr from rich, wo have enough to thuro with Shis dear little our, tent to uie, It scorns don't think mo foolish a u precious Christmas gill on tho bit-sued Chrlstmas-d-iy tlio diiy Mury churned her henutllul boy to her hear...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN" Y 10. 1877. THKO. U. FIRMER, I 4i.ara Gov. Phelps wu Inaugurated Mon ly, . Louilana I wrestling with two leg islatures and two governor. We give llio aubilanco of Gov. Hardin'! messago In a summary front the St. Louis Republican. "Gov. llurtraurt of Pennsylvania in his mcsssgo makes no reference to national allalrs," says a Harrodsburg telegram; but we supposo he still hold Ihoso fifty thousand sccrci league soldiers in rcadiuces tn sup port the Chandler-Mortoti-Graiit con spiracy. Morton thinks ho has found a marc's nest, becauso the Democrats ol Oregon raised three thuustind dollar to pay Elector Cronln' expense to Washington City; yet ho sut back on his decayed, rotlou hulk, and takes in hi mileago with sanctimonious satisfaction. Xach Chandler is growing terribly warlike. Ho is reported as eaylng that tho lower houe of congress would bo arrested if it attempted to fleet Tilden after tho vice president had...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 January 1877

THE TttOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUABY 10, 1877. obtained which nourished llio pur poio of tl.o founder of till republic. Germany Iihb not so wlmdvi reaped inn mntei'lnl Iru'U uf victory aFi aueo liti tird tlx leitni of adversity. Tno Krett Indemnity a) o wrung Irotn liar conquered adversity lias proved rather a soureu ol evil limn a help to Veal prosperity, by itlinuiatlutr reek leit speculation, and ttiteillutr thought and enterprise from hrIukI Industry. Hut Germany lino consoll dated herself u a pollfleul entity, and holds a dominant placo among Eu ropean power. Russia is hi tho turmoil of prepar ation for war, the people evidently dosli lug the conflict, atid sanguine ol micros In roii(Ucrlug a union of thu Scalvonlo rue. Though Uusata lias the mot cuiitrallesd and moot Impe rial of ifovertiinciitH, yet Uussla no c ety In active with thu yeait of pollt leal and social radicalism, which will one duv exhibit ltd ferment more con splcuously. Ituly grows moro and more consolidated oh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. 1877. t X KCUTO U'S NO TICK. i Notice In hereby plveti that letter testamentary were if rati led to the under flKnvd on the iwtito l John Knox, deceaod. by tho Probate Court f Lincoln county, M u the. 1 1 111 day r May, lVt). IVrnni having elalin npitlnat alil ratal are required to exhibit theiuto the l.xccil lor for allowance within otto tear liom the date or mhl lollcr. or thev may ho preclu de! from any beucllt of mid clate i aim I' not exhibited to the cMiciitor within t iro" mm they will In' lore i r barred. ii2j-7u T. W. WITIIItoW. Use. IXKH'TUOirri NOTICi:. Notlri li In hereby iiUcn that letter teatauicn my were Kranted to tin tnnh r-ltrnctl ij Uio probate court of Lincoln county. on tint ii!tuli' of Slorit l.ifli-lil, ilc ccaed, on tin- Kith d i.v of May. 1'eraon bat Ins claim nsalnd mid etat am required to exhibit them to the execa. tor lor allowance within one yiir Irom the date or iilt! Intel or they may he pre cluded from nt.V benc...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 January 1877

THE JDROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1877. To tlnlse Ilogi Cheaply. Tho II u in I Canatllitn, wlmiio editor 1 nu old pluntcr, thus ylvi- hi tde im lo the most protltnblfl ntmlu ul i nin liif Unit cheaply. Wo liiwo hereto lure given other plniiit, nn:h in the planting of cliu Inn, .puniiutw mid pom too, lo he eaten off liv tliu lioif. but neverlhelcss this ntldliinn will bo an upiiroprluui supplement : To ruUo lion's cheaply nnil prfitn1itv. they nhoiihl have given loml nil the year roiuul. Clover In milliliter nml rye in iho winter t'lvo tliu most prof (table results. It Is Ut;t Hint pigs tihotihl always have koiiio grain, but they will require very little If they have ii good picture. Most iai mom permit their dover In lio.nl mil ln lore turning in, but tliii Is notour practice, uml n ycni 'n experieueo bint (.atlsllcil iik that It U not iho most ouoiiiionilenl plan. Vu luriiotir hogs on the clover us noon n it will nlftirri it gooil bite, add keep enough on If poislble to prev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 January 1877

7iT.r..t... ....... : TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN' Y 10,1877. 1TH AsT ABVUTIIINQ. jsqaare l Insertion,.. tl J K2h aJdiUonal Insertien Aittnlulstratora' NpUecs J I- Inal Settlement Notices 00 . w.il.M.a rilHtrla atnt I (U auh additional stray In same notice . . 1 00 Liberal doduetloBs will We mads to reialer ilrartlsers. Advertisements will take .Um regular ron el ike ppr. Extra charges made for pro- So certificate of publication iotll Mich publication has been paid for. III OCWsAllill ui wmvhh"" - lid cash on demand, for advertisements. uilaiiit casu ou ueinj.Y j Miw rmn-weeiiMMs hanb ,.. t U..I Hand U admitted BIB narhier In tlio niorcant le tiuilMM of S. 11. Woolfolk from this dale. A he business will be carried on at Iho old "... .. Wontfolk Gordon, umler the nsmc of Woolfolk & Hand. January lit, 1877. MfJMAWAT, Thot. Bydnor claims to be good driver, but ho let the "roan- gei away wllh ilm. e And teveral other gcutlomen, bouyant wllh joy, lu.... ....... "hoautlful" wcro guama...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, ,MO., JANUARY 17, 1877. NO. 3 TROY HERALD. rOHUSHSD BY FISHER 3c CO., AT Ml. SO a Year la AirBsoe. LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. Two droves of tuuUi passed though tow MomUy. The boyt had line fun (letting on the street Monday morning. Tha rain fall and Ireeze of Sunday night mada tho ground vary slippery. Dr. Errelt ot Truxlon was in town Monday and gave hi an Item or two vt newa. Mr. D. S. Crewa haa bought the realdence of T. G. Sydnor, on Uoone alreet. Geo. W. Krcbi, of Wentavllle, wai iu town the other day on avlilttohli mother. Henry Ilenderion Owlngi, luiana, haa been aentby the county court to the aiylum at Fulton. Dr. Noel will be at New Hope on Friday, I he 26th of the present month to remain one week. 3w2 A drovo of thirty-eight fine mule tianed through town last Saturday morning, bound for the Southern market. Go to A. B. Kills' and Ret some or Mm Ulue India Soap. It saves using bluing. Try it once. it Mr. 8ebattlan Farls, formerly ...

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. — 17 January 1877

THE W.IOY B&xklfy WEDNfeAftf, JriMi 17, 1877 TROY HEKAfiD. WEDNESDAY, J AVY 17, 1877. Inaugural Address Ol' GOV. .TOIIIV. H. 1IIEI1. Tkkvkksok City, Jan. 8, 1877. Attar the joint session hud convened, hunstors'Mnrrnoit nml Hudson and llcpresontullve Murlin, Nolan nml Cameron wore npotntctt a commit leu to notify Ihu governor nud lieu tenant govcrnorelcol lint the Joint session wus now ready to proceed to t hoi r inauguration. After a brief absence t ho roinmlltno returned, ac companied by (idv. I'hclpsand Lieut, (iov. llrockiucjui-. Senator Morn ioii Introduced tlio governor, nml IJcpiescnluihc Martin t lie liiititciuiiil governor, to the joint assembly. Tho hull ol tint house wus crowded lo lis inmost capitciiy, nml notwithstand ing tlio inclemency of tlio weather and the deep snow on tlio yrouutl, ti largo ntiinlii'i' of ladles wo ro pruscn t. l'ion taking I lie stand the governor was loudly cheered, nlicr (he de livery of (hn inaugural I ho o iili ol t'lllco wat administered ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 January 1877

THK TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IT, lgff. ti U evident tlie sonuto ami liouto iii it not mere witnesses of tire formal opening of tho certificates, lint that each, iv llh cijual iowor In act, imitl concurrently tlelcriutno what clcclo nil votoi are lu bu counted, nuil lliat without mch concurrent action dls puled votes muit stand rcJecloJ. On no other theory can the two houses of otigruis uihold thole true position under the constitution, which re- uiic tliut cuch shall concur bcloro niiy unt, legislative or ntherwlie, within congressional authority, shall lio successful or obligatory. Thti I" tliemoro obvious from Hid fact that the power of independent action Is itulled lulu potential existence oul when by concurrent action It hat been determined Unit no choice for president or vice-president litis been made. Then lor thu I hut time under I lie constitution Is there a separate Niid distinctive duly devolved on each In iincli of coiigtess the scuute, as Mich, to elect uticu-prcs...

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. — 17 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY , JANUARY 17, 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 17, 1877. thiw. b. riniiKii, ,.ill(rii In drawing loU for the respective termi of the reconlly elected Judges of the court of appeals, Judge E. A. Lewie received the twelve yearn' term, Judge Uakowell tlio eight and Judge linydcii the tlx. Packard, tho bulldozing "governor" of Louisiana, hat to keep his rump legislature locked up, to prevent tho members from deserting; and not withstanding this, several liavo al ready escaped and been sworn In bv the NlchoH's legislature. The quosllon of calling a national Democratic convention to moot in Washington on the 14th proximo, the day for counting the olectoral vote, Is being considered. The national com mittee will shortly meet to tako tbe tuattor undor advliomcnt. (iood-by Logau! Tho Democrats and Independents ol tho Illinois leg islature, who combined have a ma jority on joint ballot, entered into a caucus, and nominated cx-Gov. Pal mer for thcUvitcd Slates sen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 January 1877

THE TROY ILEKALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1877. A Ulance Her aatl There. (Now York Sun 1 Old Hickory, Ihe Kltflith of .Twit nrj, and tho batlloofNow Oilcans, nro stirring memories of ilio "old times" in which wo disported our elvos a few short yenrs ago. The anniversary of Qcn. Jackson's famous victory, which uteri (o be celebrated nil over the land with patrotlc fervor. lcllant speeches, militia displays, and fimst utiil barbecues, hat been to gen erally neglected for intnn yearn that now it can hardly he aald to hold a nlaco In the brief list of American yslu days ; and tho popular hero of uur second War of Independence has ceaiod to be tha subject of that Irre pressible glorification which woko tho echoes upon every recurrence of tho day which commemorated the do teat of l'akcnliam. Other patriotic anniversaries that ouco wcro cele brated have, in like manner, fallen into decay ; and wo have left us only tho Fourth of July, which is likely to be kept, us long- as tho freedom and i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. 1877. 'L.'Xi:CUTOU'8 N () T I C K. flj Vll.. I t....f. rtt-..n tli.r luffi i m nwiii- in Hi iirtFj pi.,, f iM.i,tiiuiil.i 4 u'u!u uMMIud la flln llnilol-i riimcd on tho ontJt j ol John Knox, ilccva'otl. by th" I'ntlmtn Court of Lincoln i.nihiy, .do., on tho iltn "' or May. 1f0. Pcraoiu having claims ug.dnt raid ertat are required to exhibit thiinto the Exceii on inrnl.ofti-.iiMi wllliln ono year Horn the ilutn of mill letter., or ilu-y may le preclu ded from uiiy bcm-m r uUl tKi4Ui; ami 1 tiyi uMifbitcU i tin- vxi-cuior within two'v ear they wilt In- forever hjrred. wlt-TO J T. W. WjTIIJlow. l".y. EAfffTt'TltOll'S NOTICF.. Nollee. In hereby given llml letters tertamni ury were gt.iutul m Hit' uiidei-.lgiiid by Hie probati; rmiit or ij'"'!' 'n'""! ?"i J'" . .unci, mi the l.Mli l.iy ol' .Ma) . l!Mi. Perrons hating t I.iIiua iigahi-t raid et ure iciiulred toihlblt tliim liillir execl. inr for rltowati.-e wllhln one year now tl.o date of raid Mit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 January 1877

THE TROY-HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1877. Patrick llcnrr Patrick Henry, in hi speech before llto Virginia convention ifl77! .''.n-.- niff Itio dolmte on tha Fuilerm v i lutlon, tho powera of tlieguveriiineiit being tinder illf cttaxloti, ald : "tflr, tho mlllturv owr ought tint It ttitcrp'tso till Ihoj civil power re fused. If this betho spirit of your new constitution ilml.tln: law are to lio enforced by itiilltury eoeretoti, we in nv easily dlvlna ibo iiutm ! conso nuciiee which may remit from it. Mutt I it fallen creature, n Inlliblo hi'! n,', nml crtimot bo depen ded on without neir-lovo to impel hlin to favor jour Interest, His political tdinrncter Is bill transient, und he will protnntn iih tniieli us possible IiIh privnlo IntereMK. In 1CS3 the ISrllivh nation expelled t Itch' tnoit urchs fur itticiiiitii to trainplo on their liberties. The doctrine of di vine iliilit tttnl iiniai v tihedieiiee, was Mid to bo cniuinuiided by lienvcn, win incti I titled by bis minion und ml...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 January 1877

THE rUOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1877. TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 17, 1877. RATM Of ADVIRTIalRO. I MUN 1 laSSftlsa,... flash addition llMsrMoa 7 Adadnlstrators' Motlee r tnsl asttleaunt Nptlees . . . w hack additional stray la MM notice. . 1 M liberal dedaeUona will be aude to rwuUr advertisers. Advsrtlssasnts will take the regular ran ftaepspsr. aUtreetargesssade for pre- (mil nlaeaa. Ho esrtlScsU of publleattoa will be ade inUlYucR publication ass been paid for. Inenen-oljservBBeeor thin rule fiat boon OurUrasiret Cyhlu advnee art. flattens t cssh on delivery, for Job work ud cash on demand, forauvenisemeni. kbw Viim-wiwt.rLx mmb, ki. t it.. i lUmi la admitted aa a nartner'ln the mercaiilUo business of L i Wnniroik from thla date. The v.'..i..,.. will ! rarrlod on at tho old Maud of Woolfolk ft Gordon, under the name or wonirota i.nuu. January lit, 1877. BOlim K ITEMi. fillDDtutf and sleighing are among the pastimes alnco the heavy fall of now. Low hatiltne- It reviving...

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