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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 24, 1877. NO. 4 VOL. 12. TROY HERALD. rcm.iKiiKD nv ITlSHJEll & CO., AT HI. rtO n Your In Aclvnncc. LOCAL AN COUNTY NEW!. Over-Shoos at PILCHElt'S. Christopher Pago U led Sunday ,14iIi. Mnt. Dcwitt is quite nick at Hie Planters. Mrs. Ltndell of St. Louti Is here visiting Mr. Creech's fatully. (jarlocli nnd Wheeler, tlio picture iiiutii arc doing a good buRlticsn. Lultli Hall of Old Alexandria It at tho Planters, under treatment of Dr. llutt. Our county collcclor report re colplsor tnxet very fair, up to this dale, this yesr. Win. D. Noel, whose family now resides In Lebanon, was in town scv- vnl days last week. j Penmanship, Drawing nnd Paint ing taught by Mrs. Pngo at tho pub lie school building. Terms moderate. In answer to our New Hope cor respondent wo will say, tho girls hero hiiv "Tommlu" is having a new suit made. 1). M. Parsons of Sarauac, Now York, president of Ihu Lincoln county coal and mining company, was in town lu...

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. — 24 January 1877

THE niOY ttEttALD, WEDNESDAY, JrAHUAltY 24, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, J AN" Y24 , 1877. mis WKIXt (Attr.H for..) Hate you heard nliout tlio Wells? Mighty Wells! 'Til not of cooling fountain that my pen at present tells. Nor of hotel (Jug In the ground la the depths whereof la found The bright gein, Immortal Truth, Which It prized of age and youth. Hut ofono Woo although a mighty litre, Isti't Ueephkc those of yore Like Salilt Koynu's, Or like Humboldt', on the plains, That, no odds how long the twine, You can't found with lead and line, lint a most degenerate son of gun, Whom pit, with daring claims I'orliU future christened James MasMton. it, U of this ort of Wells That tills truthful iHtty tclls- Of old Well". Of Jim Wells Wells i Well. Wells? Well-, Wells Vitt'U ; Of the dreaming uud the schcinli'g Jimmy Well.! n'u the poi:er of thl Wells AelUtrla ofisarllf. To-U : hi. pals M'M lir;i majority their knaery ill. pots AuJ na j. talc of. anarchy their treachery totxUUt T tSr peop...

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. — 24 January 1877

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1877. The CeBBSMeMlere'e MCMli Kruin the N. Y. Hun. The. great success of the Hte Com modore Vanderbllt In stoamboatltig Mud railroading, whereby lie amassed n larger fortune than any other pri vate person during a lifetime, hat naturally awakened a I rung desire to loam the secret of hi unUortn aud tnoit aurpriilitg achievements. The C'omtnodoro hliiiielf,wticn questioned ........ , i.t i .... ... . i. in.. years of hit life, gave varloui expla- iiatlom of It. To one young man who wai about entering upun the ca reer ot a Wall atreet broker, aud who had Bought hla counsel, he laid : ''.Sunny, don't tiover oil what you Jiavu't koI," which wai an excellent jileco of advice for a slockbroking adventurer, notwithstanding tla de fective grainuiar. To another he void: "Sam, don't never put It into any snail's power to ruin you." Aud tliU might bo put In letter of gold over the Ucak of every ono who takes li uauclal ruki, whether in Wall itrect r eUu...

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. — 24 January 1877

TI1E TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY M, 1877. TROY , HEltALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 24. 1877. TIIUU. 1. flMlfcR, 1:JUorN. W.T.TIIVK.ttOaB. j .1 uiltre Naptou slipped and Tell while Walking along one of tho paths load ing to Iho t aio capital, lust week, and dUlocatcd one or Ills wrists. Tlio latest (i-ont tho Illinois scniUo rial coutcst If lliat l'ulmcr had with Uvarn and llio vote stood Logan 87, Anderson 87. On former ballot Lo gan had reached as high as 100. Bute Senator Morrison hat ottered nu amendment to the constitution en abling the general assembly to pro vide for Ihe Interest ol tho state debt for a longer period than two years. A bill providing for a uniform dog IIi'iMitu has beon Introduced in the legislature, as follows : Ouo dog, $1; I wo dogs, $2 each ; four dogi$3 each, and $5 for each additional dog. The bill provides for the listing of dogs by assosort. It ought to pass. Mr. Davis of Pulaski offered a con run out resolution In the lower branch of the legislature, on th...

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. — 24 January 1877

THE niOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUA11V 24, 1877. priiicut vine ai ihtll bo the iiinu' fair unit Impartial under thn elictun Himico. Knh of tliu bi-auchei ol Icjr Inlatiit'O ami jmllvlmy lire i rpi eetitu(l ill tllil irllillllill III equal limpm lliitia. Tim coinponl tluit of Ihu Judicial part of Iheuuiuitiliiiou look In a Mlerilnn from (liflurunt pail of thu republic. Wlillo it U ihouKlit lo be fico Irom niiy prcpotiderutien of mjiposublo IiIhihiiU addition of a nccniaitry cuti Mlluciit part of thu whole commis sion In older to obi ul 11 uti tinovcii tiiitiibui, In lelt to nit uuenry the far thl rumuvcil from prt-juil Ico of any cvlMlntr utlahiiiblo omi, it would bit dUllculi It tint Imponolblc, wo think, In i-Mnblliih a tribunal tint could bu ItM thn itibjuct of (inrty crltlelMiis limit mii:!i a one. Tliu principle of lU cutmlllullon U 8U AllHOI.UTKt.Y 1'AIIl Tint wu tti-u unable lo perceive how 1 ho mint extrouio parilnan can amiall t, unit! lie firefcra to embark hi wMh-k uinu tlto...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. 1877, IMXKCUTOR'S N.O TICK. JCi Notlc la hereby given that letter, toMamontary wcro granted to tint under iffucil on the estate ol John Knox, deceased, by tlw Probate Court nf Lincoln voiiaty, no., on uie inn uoy 01 " Parson having claim ngalntt said eatatt nrareatiirod In exhibit them to the RIM tut iiir allowance within nno vear from Uie late of laid leUor. or they may ho prerln M from any benefit of mid MiMet and P no exhibited to the executor wlllil twoty.ara tuoy Will be forever barred. uifod T. V. WTHKOW. TXEcbTUCJlt'SNOricEi Nolle J2i ) hereby given that tetter tcttamen-. ary were granum 10 we umuitmhih-u . the probate court of Lincoln county. Mp.. m the , estate of Moritx. Ilcrgleld, de eeaied, on thii 15th day f May, 1378. Person having claim agnliut said eatat are reiitilrcd to exhibit tkrtU to the OX.. tor for nlluwanee within one year front the date of paid letter or they may be pre .liiiUil rrnm ar v l,ntlt nf lllcaUtel ant If not...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1877. Haw Tfcry CnrMI the Terter. lie was the pltik of perfection. II tho cream of human excellence wm to Ite churned tho bultcr would lump up In the shapo of t'rofessnn I'nrteons I'rye, tutor, lie hntt contracted tliu linblt of tlonltnir up slnlrs In lilt stock lug feet to see If llio lights wcro out nt ten. It It hard teaching old dogs now trick, but boys sometimes sue ecd bolter with old proletsors. Tommy Tuyre is cadaverous youth, with a sulphur-colored tnus ache, but tho Iron had entered bis soul, and ho said he must do what he uotild, Si lie bought three papers of imrpel lacks one night, and stood the Innocent Utile nails, business end up, all the way up and down tho stairs and retired with his faithful followers to the wood closet abovo to ownlt re suits. Promptly tho chapel boll struck ten, then n season of ntvaltlng mid whispering followed, t'reseully came a furry, creeping sound like woolen stockings feeling lliclr way over rough boa...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 January 1877

THE TUOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24, 1877. TROY t HERALD. WEDNESDAY, J AX' Y M, 1877. RATES OF AOVIRTIIINQ. sntiarc 1 lnerlln. ft M . . n on . :i mt . ;; w I (CI l.sth jilditlonitl lti!cril(ii .i;oii)lftratnr Nbtlro- Miml aittleinent . Notice Mrav Notice (ulnltf stray).. ( n.'li additional stray hi sumo notice. liberal deduction wilt be made to loaitt.ir sdtcrtlsrrs. Advertisements will take tho n-aular run tit the paper. Extra charges made Tor pre l erred places. No ccrtltlualR of pnlillratlnn will lir made Until tilth publication hut biii-u paid dir. The notwih-cnuiico of thl rule has been the occuilnn of much trouble and actual Ion. Uurtemisarc: (,'uh In advance. 'l sub rlitiuiin: ca-n mi lU'lhrry, for Job work ml rah on demand, lor advertisement. CHEAP SHOES AT 1'H.CHElt'S. Tilt: COl'HT AMD TMK RO!S. The lullowlng It the lull tcxlol the older of Hit-County Court, inado ut the called term last week, concern ing the petition presented at a for titer session asking the court to (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 81,1 S77. NO. 5 TROY HERALD. I'U&LIHIIltD I1Y FISHER Ac CO., AT HLfSO n Year in Adrnnon. LOCAL AH9 COUNTY NlWt. Dr. East was In St. Loutt buying irnmll lit. I IVItnk. ilog cholera U still prevailing throughout the county. Attestor Wilson li still confined to lit room nt the Planters. Thoro wn a pleasant Social at the Laclede Friday evening. Ijeo. Cannon wont through town with a car load of hog Saturday morning. '1 doubt whether my habit will be tl oio to the occasion." And may ho he wan right. Mr. Carrlo Pollard of St. Charles oouuly, formerly of Lincoln,' died Middculy on the Will Intt. Squlro JatnUon patsed through town MoiuUy with a tlnu lot of mule for I ho SI. I.oul market. "l'ae clone got my dose," Ii what la the matter with many of the colored, a well n wlilto Ucpublicans. Sam WlUon bought live hones at troiu eighty to 0110 hundred dollar jicr head, last Saturday, for tho New York murket. Dr. Wommark passed thro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 January 1877

i'liOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY JAN U Alt i JJi, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 31, 1877. TIIKRK'N HUftSHIftB AFTISR RAIN. 'i here's i-unliluo alter rain, dear friend", There' s'ltuhinc after ruin $ Anil twilight come when darkneu end, 'Jou-lier day again; lrlni( bring to life the sleeping gruln, Ami varied flown gay; Ami hope, when all I grief and pain, Milne o'er the licurt' highway. Then never let the llcml despair Knehalu our troubled miiul ; Nor let the cloud or bitter care The soul's bright mlMlon blind ; l'nr II life's morn be dark uml drear, Ily gloomy III' o'ercsM, A glowing noontide, bright and clear, May cancel trouble part ! Tin- inad"grow richer for the ltonn, And Mvceter Miiell the flower ? And why not man receive the cltarui I'rom umlitttcrcd hour J (ioiid with the evil cut blend, Weed grow nruong the grain, While there I Iota for alt, dear friends And )unhino after ruin. . -nVVK GLASS. It iVautlerfat Uflecla Upoa BlieaM Bad Slrkwasa' pc:ial Tor, of the Chicago Tribune....

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 January 1877

THE THO? HERALD, WEDHE81MY, JANUARY 31, 1877. Vtoe Mares-Wheeler lalervlew. irroes the New York sub. The cloth having been removed, the governor of Ohio puiheil the dec ler lowertU the gentleman from Me lone. "It It currant whip," he taltl, "nude by my Uncle Blrcherd. Don't pire It, I bog of you." "Thank," said Mr. Wheeler, mak ing a wry face. "It it pel feci ty haritiloss , I assure you," continued Ilia governor. "At my uncle neglected to cork the hot t let, the alcoholic principle Ima been ontiruly deitroyed by the process of fermentation, l'crhaps you uotiuo tho acetous flavor." "1 think 1 do," iald Mr. Wheeler. "At lor myself," iald Mr. Ilaye, reaching lor the milk ptlcher, "1 prefer milk uud water half milk and half water. It is a pleasant and in iioccut beverage, and It stimulates tho operation of my iiiIimI." The two statesmen Ihcuiotllcd back comfortably In their chair, and tho following conversation ensued : Gov. Ilayi't Tho prcciil tlluatlnn it one which call for ticru iui...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 January 1877

THE TUOY IIEKALD, AYJEDSPAT JANUAltY 31 ,1877. TROY HERALD. f WEDNESDAY, JAN' Y 31. 1877. Ttii:o. . inii:n, ..,., McDonald ha been pardoned. Joyce will coino out next. So ends (lie fnico. Tho cool of taking tlio census will amount lo about $09,635.92. Yeslcrdry wis llm day set apart for the governor's (rrand reception. forest L. Held who was tried on tho 12th tilt., for the murder of Geo. W. Davis, was acqulttod. The governor offered a reward on the Mil lust., of from $-.'00 to $300 each for the rccapturoof escaped prison or. . . Thcro is some agitation of the question of tho removal of the cspi t.l to Sediilla. It is claimed to be ni' t'o central and easier of across. Tho governor was ndvlsod, on the Cist, that tho services ot th. militia of Japor county might bo required on account of riotous proceeding among tic; miners at Webb City, and lie was asked lo forward one thousand rounds oi nmmunitiou. Some of the Republicans say the de cision by the arbitration committee will bo liko ...

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. — 31 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, . 1877. Mr. CMtinn h In cut not lie can tin jiood fcrvleo to tho Mute, nml Ml Hie .nmo limn destroy tin- h iIihmico l K'liih sIicoIb ns (lovtitt! tin iiim'Ui:- to llio work of dnliKiirliliijc lliu iiibll(! t'liiiKeltMico nntl (.trilling tliu public money. PI! M LIU IttSTAM.ATIU.V. l'lii-sttniit to iiuttco, ttio Unii'a Mill yrnngc held n piddle Installation in the grunge tttill on Saturday, tint COlli inst. . II. Martin, tlio rollrliij: mister, occupied it.c clinlr. At 10 o'clock tlio tliiiti limn cntlcil llic meet ing In older nml Inlrodueed W. tl. I'orliinv, tlio liutnlllnj,' oltlccr, to a luitfo Hint icfipcctatili iisseiiibly. Ik tore on I oil Into tlio cereiiiouy of instullatlon, bo delivered nil opening mid reus, which Wits listened to with breathless attention. During tlio peroration bo touched on so mo very important topics in relation lo tlio j;ood tin; l'utroiiH bud done, and Ilia liciirlliH they would yet eoiil'cron tho liiiiiiau race...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 January 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 01. 1877. EA'KCUTROR'S NOTICE. Nolle in hereby ilvett that lettera tettament ary were granted to llitt undersigned l fcjr inc probate court or Mucoin county. g, in the rtete of Jtti. I. Tuornblll, de ecacd, on the imh uey ar oet.. is.. I'pi-Mini haviac claim asatnat eald eatat m reiuiircd to exhibit than tollif hiih lor for allowance within one year from ilmn of publication r they may be pre liiilnl from nr. benefit of aaldMUtet ant If nut exhibited within two years they will he rot ver barred. , 11.21-77 WALTON PBHKINi". K. ? .iXKOUTOIl'S HO TICK. Jjj Notice la hereb? given that letter testamentary wore granted to the under i,rn...l mi thn natal n ol John Klston, deceased, by Uie Probate Court of Uncotu ..niiutc. Mn.. nn thn ITtli daV of tall.. 1W7. Person ImvhiK claim agninal -aid eatate nrc required to exhibit thorn to the fcxceu Inr lor allowance within one year from Uie date of said letter, or they may he preclu ded iVom anyieneninrr.aiuenia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 January 1877

THE TUOY HKltALD, WEDNESDAY JANUABY 81, 1877. Tnuifeest Her Han. Ystentay morning a woman II vlnjr on Knpolemi Street was appn on Ilia walk in front of I ho tfuti houvlm,' the aiiow rlfht and Iclt, anil nlie luul only Itot fairly nt work when a hoy lounged U nml remarked : "I'll clear ofl tliu nclk for ten cent." "1 Kueit I'm able to do It," alio rc tilled. "Out aeo how it, looks," do coutln tied. "Hero you nro h perfect lady In look and notion, highly educated, and you grovel in the duat, na it were, to avo the pitiful aum of teu coin." 'You grovel along and mind your own husiuoss," tho curtly replied, Kill digglug-nway. "li'i worth tor. ccnti," hd sahl aa he leaned against the feuco, "but I'm a tollar witn boimo leutliiient In my lioiotu. Now, wo'll any live cent, or just enough to cover wear and learo' my bouei. Give mo the ahovol nnd you go in, get on your teal akin Huerjuo and beat jewelry, and while 1 work you aland out here nnd boss urnuuil, nnd talk a if you owned tho bigges...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 January 1877

THE TROY IIEHALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUAKV 31, 1877. TROY ''HERALD. "WEDNESDAY, JAX'Y 31, 1977. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Insertion 1W Kavb additional Insertion 7.1 Ailtnlutstralors' Notices 8 00 rlunl fcttlcuunt Notice it 00 . tmy Notices (single stray) 3 oti fcooh additional stray In sumo notice . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to rcirntar tdvsrtisrrs. Advert! menu wfll take ttis regular run of the paper. Extra eharges made for pre lerred til.trcM. No ccrtlllcatc of publication will be made .nut such puuurauoii wis uocii mu mr. I'liu nnli.nl. tiirvnllll. nl IliU mil! him llfl'tl th nreaslnn of much trouble and aetual loss. Our term are i can in aimince. nu sun cipuotu; casii nn delivery, lor Job work ml cash on demand, for advertisements. AiTi:n tiii: mwntt court. Athlon llaaul: Your column litvo kept nioro ailotice on tho subject of our band question. than from ilia importance of tlio subject I expected ; end ihnuuli I am not u lawyer nor the on of a lawyer, but m one of H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 February 1877

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FEBUARY 7,1877. NO.O TROY HERALD. rURMHIMSD nv FISHER &, COm AT Ml.fSO n Yctnr In AdTftnoe. LOOAL AND COUNTY MtWi. "How'a your arm t" "London Assurance," next Friday Might, by tho amateurs. Tho ground hog has prophesiod six weeks more weather. There was a pleasant party at Mr, Win. Clark'alast Friday night. There are several casus of croup anil bronchitis in this community. We are to have a new butcher shop in town soon. We already have a good one. The rain last Thursday night put up Cuivre mid cut off tho mail on tho Ashley line. Mr. Htichanan is trvintr the Pleas nntou'liluu glass treatment for his rheumatism. Mr. C. L. Wright and Mrs. Pauline Mooro of Kansas City arrived in town last Monday. it:... t ti. i..iv it i... .uian ilf'Slu . liuiimill luib .uuiiuat, for St. Louis, on a visit to tho family ut Mr. Alcuoborts. Mr. J. A. Withrow snorts an clo pant irold-headcd cane, a present from 31. liiscnstadt & Co. of bt. Louis....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 February 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1877. TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY. FEB'Y 7, 1877. The Oak Closet. Margaret Gray wit in some sort an tipper servant in Iho hoiisotiotil of J udgo Wallace. The j ntlo II veil in n handsome house in llio suburbs of a Jl'.tle country vlllngo of Thorndale. Margaret wns left an orphan at an early age, nml the judgo ami III wife had taken horinto their house to save her from being thrown upon the i;linrlly of tho town. They hml dono their part veil for her. Thoy hnil two children of their own Alico and Algernon, twins and Margaret had enjoyed every nil vantage of education in common with her brother and aistcr. A the grew older and began to ro ftli.e how much sho owed to iho judge and hit wile, sho felt a desire lo bu able In soino way to make llicni n return fur their kindness, and, as the was a strong, netl vo girl, she soon bcuaiiio very useful about thu domes tic nfluirs of Iho household. Mrs. Wnllaco was a fnublo woman, and very willingly resigned s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 February 1877

THE THOYHEKALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBIttJAllY 7, 187?. Murk TrlBa Speech mm Vorol'atlK sirs' Dor- "Mark Twain" (Sand, L. Clemens) was oho of llio speakers at a Now Kuglaurt dinner at Dcliuoiilco's, New Yoik, on Friday night last, nnil IiIh twist, ii will bo iuoii, led liim to r)ieiVor llio vontlcr4 of New Etig.atid weather. Tho following i thu New York llcmld'i report or lit speech. MAUK TWAIN TO T1IK KUONT. 'I lie lle.M tual Wn : Thu oldct Inhabitant The weather ol Muw KiixUiiu." Who iiin lux; It iiml forget lit WIhi tun have it mill regret It He Jnteriioi.ur'iwlxt in Twnln. Merchant of Venice. To this Samuel L. Clemens (Murk Twain) replied an follow : I reverently bellcvo that tho Ma ker who made us all, make every thing ill New England hut the weather. I don't know who make that, but I think It must he raw up prentices In the weather clerk' tue lory who experiment ami learn how. in New England, (or bnartl ami clothe, ami then bio proinolea to imiko v:ciithur lor couiitrles lhat re jinro...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 February 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1877. TROY HERALD. WKDNESDAY, FEB'Y 7, 1877. . t. TiiuumoaD, ; M"or- Thoro nro 226 Inmates In the tlcnf anil dumb asylum nt Fulton ; and 3G3 in the lunntic asylum, nt samo placo. Him. Alex. II. Stephens Is reported dangerously III. Ills hcnlth hot been In n precarious condition for soveral year. If Hayes Is counted in, ho ought to give J. Madison Well a prominent ulncf In his cabinet. The father of the prcstdont should rccelyotho pros idcut'fl hluhcst rstcani. Since his pardon McDonald Is de scribed a "vivacious in spirits and nppmoully in a good stnto of health." lie was pardoned on account of his failing hculth. Freedom is a great promoter ot health. Congress mot In Joint session last Thursday and commenced counting the electoral vote. The slates wore called In alphabetical order, and no objection wus madu until tho volo of Florida was reached. Tho oboctors names wcro gtven, and tho matter then transferred to tho compromise committee for its...

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