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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 February 1877

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FEBRUARY 28,1877. NO. !) VOL. 12. TROY HERALD. rUBMIIIKD IIV FISHJEIt- & CO.i AT Ml. SO n Vciii' In Atlynnvn. LOOAL AND OOUNTY NEWS. Now for the sugar cmiii. Mr. William C. Porter liai nearly Untitled A itnu now barn. II. S. Parker has removed lit law ofllcu to rooms above tho Herald of-1 llco. Tho finest Utilise vau can get for vatir family It Dr. East's BAKING .'OWDKK. It. It. Porter lias rcmovod to Wright City, where lie will engage in dairy farming. Mrs. Killer, the excellent hostess of the Millwood hotel, and MUi Maggie ICUIcr, were in town lata week. T4ii! gentleman who Icavci his over coat, when calling, for an excuse to return, received tome might v nluo vulcntliici. Mr. It. S. Crews left for St. Louis last Monday, to lay In an additional supply of tmnlwuic, (arming Imple mmils, etc., tor the spring Iruclo. Cnarley Wtlllnms and Leo F Itlior miido threo hundred pounds of the best maplo sugar that lias been drought to town. Mr. A...

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. — 28 February 1877

THE TROY HERALDV WEDKEDJiVf FEBU.UIY 28, 187T. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y 28, 1877. clstoa iifrtm !rart tkta Vatic Male The County nf Callaway, State of Missouri, plaintiff In error vs. Thoi. J. Foslor. In error In ilio circuit court ot tha United Slates (or the Western dlitrlcl of Missouri. Mr. Justice lliint. delivered the pinion ot the court : This Ik one or the bond cam, n which to men) havo been brought before title court within the last few year. The county of Cillaway, in the atale of Missouri, subscribed to the atock of a railroad to be built through the county, and issued Its bund to raise money to make pay ment therelor. The mad has been built, Is In (till operation on the route elected by the county, and tho rjutity holds its atock. Tho county court nuking the sub scription paid tho Interest for two tears upon the bonds, and a portion of the principal. Another county court has since been elected which ictuses to pay either principal or in terest. Tli- plaintiff below, ...

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. — 28 February 1877

THE ntOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, WBBUABY 28, 1877. Hit LuiUir of the old ltd Just ferly.fve .years nea my education was Iniahed at Mm. Mid die tost ' sen I nary lor young ladita, Uia moil genital sehool In our part ol Hampshire. I waa seventeen, and the oldest of ten children. My father's farm waa but a imntl one, held on leaie from our rick neighbor Dickson, the principal man in our pariah trier 1 lie 'Squire, lie had l wo farina leased from him besides my father's and a largo one on which he lilted himself, kept a retluueol men and maids, dhl 1 he beet plowing, turned out the lineal faille, and made a deal of money by iili dairy. Ilia wife had died beforo I was born, and hi, house was kept In prime or der by tho youngest ol his n'uuls, Miss Millwood, lie hud neither sun nor dnughlcr but Master Harry, whom vcrvbody thought a sensible ami very haudsoinu young mail and not half so purseproud us Ma father. JJe lug our landlord and next neighbor, fanner IJIckaou took a great Interest in us....

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. — 28 February 1877

TIM! MQY'EB!ASjD, WEDNESDAY, FKlftUMRi' 28, 1877. This U whstllayet will havt) haunt ing Ma visions and tauullng IiIh lio'tiir, whllo ho It president: "vTIiom kimtt not aidu.' -' 4 The removing tha political dli abilities of tiuii. Joseph E. Johnson of Vltglnlo', pnsied in llio tutiulo oh . tut iiu nisi. 1 Tho fniteral l John O'Mahony, lata Fenian chleflalu, n Tory impoa Inir affair, look tduco In Now York city on the Iftth Inst. 'J'lio Louisiana committee of tlio house liavo nirrced to report a bill recognizing ttio Nichols govern mcnt for that state, Mr. Davit, of Saline, it a rat-tlor ; lio wont lo pay five dollars to every man Hint kill fifty rati. Wliatiort of rat-l-o-cl-nu-lloii It tlila ? (.old was quo tuil at 101 oh llio Sltt Intl., bnt wo all know Hint this fact doesn't prove thai buslueis Is pros pcrlng throughout llio country it I duo t the people that the Jowcr houio of congrois should In Wt on the presidential salary being only twenty-five thousand dollar. 'J hlils qult...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 February 1877

?FHE TROY .HERAlIiD;- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1877. - - M , what llio tcpil Ih'ttttlr lironiT.com. nuftti ' ; will not comlilotVo lliio.ipim li'itnl taclifttvalltidt tinder wtilelr ihete r.k(1' iCTUtidreJt tick u tittle llielr Nhatiib. Tltiijr real Uriel it to tin found In llie lillerdtice of quo n llielr cutiiinliiiluH, Junto A.'Cinrllolil, who aaltl bnailliia'ly, "You'll have lu all n mid b av It. Wo hold tlio eariis mill Intend to. play llictti." I'oor no Itttcal KnitiMer ! The ttukrt for wlilrti lia playit are I he light of 40,000,000 f poupls, the pete.o ntnl prniprrltyol thoonly republic known lo humanity. For all thni trccdoin hulttt limit dear, then Imnilf, Utlned. with plunder, tumble at tlio anldlert of i'llate iot vi ed hi derltion the garment of tlie riu'lfid Chrlit. At we ald a week finer: 'Thlt In not law, It It rornlti. thin; and If the penpla tamely tub mil, we may bid u long farowHl to -outilutlciial government. Fraud no longer vitiate.. A corrupt ad mini) ration ha...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 February 1877

THJ2 TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1877. IKOTICK. HuttMi it ley glveBttet art were greeted in the lOatUUcntMWMM nr ra truM In atae umdcnMnM h tUe probate eoart ef Lincoln eoajnty. Mo., am the eetate of Jeo.H. Thorahiri, dt .eeeaed, on the I Ha ay er iw it, lflWM having tWH IRltart Mid Mtat aren-atilred toetbtldt then U Uae egeeu tor far allowance within mm year Iron, data of publication er the; may be pre cluded from any IreneM of nald eaiate am ir not exhibited within two yeara they will He fbievcr barred. jit-;; waiton pciikix. e. l.tXeuUTOK'S N O T I C K. MM .Notice In hereby riven that letti.n teianuitary were granted to the under nlgaed on the relate ol John Klnten. deceaned, by thrrolNit Court of Lincoln couaty, Mo., on tin; 17th day of .Inn., 1N7. I'eren having Halm agalaatnald entate are required to exhibit them to the hxrci- r. .lt....i.. within mm vi'ir Irttttl th date of Mid letter, or they may be preclu ded from any benefit nr Mini entate anu r hot exhibited to li...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 February 1877

THE mOY HERALD, JWEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 187 MmrtifirfMlBUirrwi Ths Mint deter forgeries which IimI been ever known, up to tht time of llielr ofiuiirrenco, wore those of Monroe Edwards. Tht mnn rvally pollened commercial genius, and had lie devoted himself to legitimate business lie would have beunino a meruliaiit prince. Ho preferred fraud, however, and bore the ennte queuum. It U tlility-fuur yoare alnce Muiiroo Kdward waa convicted. Wlllanit M. Evarla wa tlien a young lawyer, and wat retained In tlio du louse. It It aald that he got hit pay in a forged check. Edward had groat perianal uleganco and graco of manners, llu went to England with forged luttcra Iroui Danulel Wubsler, traveling as John 1 Caldwell. Tlie trlatocracy welcomed him lo their festal halU, and ho actually borrowed 41,000 to return with. In I hit city he fnrgud $2o,fKX) mi JJrowu.Urotliora Jfc Co., and by thrco clever forgerioa in rhlladulphla he ruined $00,000 more. Ilia trial in thla city wat thu occasion ol Ja...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 February 1877

THE THOY HERALD, VVfiDSEsDAV FJfiWAllY 28 1877. TROY . HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, FBB'Y M, 1877. RATI OF ADVCRTItlNQ. i square 1 lnertln, , 1 M F.avb Jiidttional insertion 7fi Administrator' Notice . . .. 9 00 t liiitl tttlraiitit Notice . . . .- aw .tray Notice (lugl Mravl , a 00 I ik'Ii additional rtniy lu damn Holler. . 1 Oil Mtieral deductions writhe made to rcit ular dvertltcr. Advertisement will take the regular run t r the paper. Extra charge made fa pre lerrod place. , No rcrtillratc of publication will be made ..mil null publication ha born paid lor. Ihe noii-ohwrvaiicv of tlil rulu ha brcn tllC DC.'UltOII lr llltll'll tl'lttlltll- IIIKl IICtUHl l llur trm nmi dtah In advance. Q Mlb ilptlmn; cash delivery, for Job work nil ean nn ucmumi, lormnci imcim-iii". LOtlftVIM'tt ftPBIKkl.Ua. Uorti Oil tho 21st, lo tlio wife of Mr. Knur no Wllltnuift, a sun. ' Juiliro Shaw ami E1. William were lit town Saturday. Mr. Lou llolllday of l'lke was lu I own llto alitor day. Mr. EHh Robinson mil Mr...

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

HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MARCH 7 1877. NO. 10 THE TROY TROY HERALD. rUBMSHID BY FISHER Ac CO., AT taU.OO a Yoar 1b Aclvnataft. LOOAk AND OOUNTY NIWI. MVMTILLH VBINKLB. The aujar camp are In full blatt. Mr. Jlli Tlntloy of Pike wu In town to-day. Bern Wednnday, to tbe win of J. W. Bllbro, another girl Tht wheat prttpeot la showing up batter than wai anticipated. Hog cholera continual. Rocentleg- rmmm shawms. We see by the Knexvllla (Tenn. The If nten seaioB bae put an ab Tribune' $ Louisville correspondent, aak alM'l MIMHiilaM It. a A aAMBilk la I tL.I . t aw a. a . o'clock last night, we saw a lonesome- louklnc cltlnn trudging hit way . . . . . .1 homeward on foot. Thla morning be rupt itop'to marrying, but courting la that our young Mend Boyd Comtek, found hie uncaparlioned herte mon. going on at lively at ever, brother of Mre. Dr. Hull of thle1ace, arch of bit corn Add. hie saddle on From the expreniont we hear on hat borne off the honor In the eon.- top of "Bil...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 March 1877

THE THOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAUCH f , 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1877. giaaastal CaMlttaai ! HIlMMrl a a Net NkMl latereeie. The followlag ' It synopsis of Ike peech of the slate superintendent on Ilia financial condition of Missouri and bur school Interests t Those who are opposing the Normal SchooU antl Ihoie who are adro calug a reduction of the tnunl appro prlatlonk lo these schools are honestly aud coiiielentlouily discharging what they ballove to be their duty, at rep resentatives of this great Hate. They are divided Into two classes; Ihoie who oppoio t he in from principle, and thuio whoadvoealu reductions of the appropriations from a supposed nc ceily, arising out of the condition of Ihu slate, as to hor anticipated revenues. llolh classes aro laboring under a misapprehension oi facts. Of course, objections and views, based upiMi such misapprehension aro valid so long as the fauts aro suppressed or not known. The idea that the revenues of the stale, for the years...

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. — 7 March 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1877. Beceipti and Expenditures OK Lincoln County, Mo., for tho Fiscal Ytir Ending Fob. 1st, 1877. RRC'Ktl'TR. Ilalancc on bund February 1st. 1870 112147 32 Amount revived from collector 06100 84 from F Wing on roadi 9U0 a anrameu woo W a Woodson, war. for Iniane rot'd in 00 W A Woodson execs office fee 100000 Win Colbert tnli) Vii Teauue 4 HO " WA Woodson from gVu ouAIIenry 70 " r. N Honfil fern 04 60 ' " T M Carter fenii MOO " " Wm Colbert Teen A7 111 r Inn nml penalties 187 AO ttoad mill canal fund 3.1 78 sluryfuud 1500 i it ii Tolut Total expenditure Hal on hand February 1st, 1877 70048 04 Stttlli 115 f.KI8tA 00 1'llbtlc road Countt farm lrundjny wit. Kleetlo Salaries Costs v. county Orund jury I'etltjury Jlook ft stationery .uhllc printing I'aupcr .lull I'liiipcr vonlus Insane poor KXl'ENDITUKKS. 4)20117 02 Itattroada 1878 28 1K2 fH JO? 25 C..a lJ 212 80 270 02 AMI 8.1 8.17 10 UJIU .'17 78 00 782.100 00 no 707 311 13000 no Lund redtnipllon 1...

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. — 7 March 1877

frHE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 1877. TROY HERALD. Wednesday, marci t, W7. THM riHHKR. I W.T, THURMSnsf, MlMn. ti,.v win hum r.rt ...iton or the aeuatn and proably of the ow-r house of congress. The Republican have- itolen the preildency. nnd tho next IntereitlNg question ii, will Iboy tcal the ueit home T Ieetn according to tho eternal fitness of things that Hayes should, have been sworn In sccrotly at nigh', as ho stole tho office, The pious, patrloilo and plucky Jack Logan has quietly but ignifi canity remarked of Hayei'prospcctlve action: "Lot him attempt hi civil service reform if ho dares, d n blm. Tho record raids about thli way: Twelvo .electoral votes actually .to- Inn ! ft nonulnr ma or Iv of 286.705 " J I " ' rcvorsed, and 4,314,801 voters dltfrau- cbitcd by Republican crime. Hayes .Invoke the aid of tho Al-1 mighty. He will undoubtedly need it. Out If only tho prayer of the ilirliteout avail, wo should candtdlv regard his chance In this roipect of very doubtful char...

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. — 7 March 1877

THE TllOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY MABGH 7, 187T. 4 DMIXISTHATOn'SNOTICR. liX. Notice hereby id vc:i Hut letter ol vlinHdKtratbjli were grsMtod oJie Under vlpted on tlw estate of John MttMahlll, HoeMiifd, by the l'rohato Conn -of Lincoln county. Mo., (Mi liiii;!lt4tty oMIcU 1870. l'rtnons havhig clat-us uxalnst saM estate rc required to exhibit Hkiii to this rdmlnls 'tratorror uflowuuce ivltbUi one year from tlw date or mi lit letter, or tire) may be pre 'eluded rriitn-alrbc'H'Btor'ftUit estate: niidtf lint osdiMilted tor aftnwaiiot wttliln tw .cars, they wHI !w forever barred. inar7 iMU'TIIA WKLL8. Adm'r. lANCnE8R0S.HARBAUM "VfAGON Makers -ASt 1?ro.y. Mtrasaourl. mmi BUGGIES, PLOWS Ahvn.ru on Iltiutt, or lulo tu Ordei. REPAIRING D0JIEOHSH0RT NOTICE, BEST MATERIAL USED, Worlc Wiirranteil . Tny, MIoiirl. March "th, 1ST". ESTABLISHED 1849. oitick or M ARK. CAXMAN, 4()7 X. Xliltd St. ct, ST. LOXJIS, 3VLO-, WITH TUB ILI AMI KELtAnt.K K1IIM OF NULSEN & CO., U'llllI.ENAI.B IlKALKItS IN Pure...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 March 1877

THE illOY BfiftAftb, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1877. EJSECUTROTV8 NOTICE. Noila I hereby firm that UUentctUatat ary im rraated tn mm wderatgaed y fa probata eoart of Lincoln eottaty. Mo.. n the citato of Jao.ti. Thornbtll, de tMHd, m the 1Kb dty of Oet,. ISM. Perron having clttam again! aald ontat are required to exhibit them to the execu. tor tar allowance within one year frou date of publication or tber may he pre eluded from ar.v heoctltof atdetate; an If not exhibited wlUilu two year they wir ha forever barred. Jn84-77 WALTON PeilKINS. Bs. .ECUTOR'B KOTICK. - Hi Notice U hereby Riven that letter iMtmncBtarv were (ranted to the under elfned on the estate ot John Ktaton. UCCeaaeo. ly WC rronaie t.onn ni i.inrnin county, Mu.. on the I'th day of .Inn.. 187. Pomona hating claim glu"t 'dd "UU are required to exhibit thi-mto the Kxeau tor for nllnwnnee within one yoar from th date of ald tetter, or they limy tin precliw ded from any benefit of wild ealiite and I not exhibited to the executor...

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. — 7 March 1877

THE TROY HE11ALD, WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 1877. TfaeJewa KxenstUn freaa KpiAcmim. In the cms of tho London amall-pox pidfllnle tlio remarkable fact hat been noticed that only ono eaie of Ililt frlx'itful OUeaio line enififfed the tt tOMlloti of the medical ulllcerof Hie Jewlah Board of Guardian. The amo exuniitlun from epidemic ilia cage ha bcun Holloed amontf tlio Jowa In nil eotiutriei, and la ultrlli tiled to Ihelr inoilo of living. It li an tiitereMlnjt question, In taullary j)olnt or vluw, tu what extent mortal Hy from audi UUeatca may bo Hut lied lo pork. eaters. Dllloua dUeuie la largely allrlbuuhlo, It li well know, to Ihu ime of pork. Out tlio Jowa nut only itJuc! pork from lliolr dietary, but tlit-y alio, under tliulr religion lew, exorcise uxIrMnrdlitnry euro lo aeutiru the meitl of nuluiaU that are In u perfectly aoiiuil and healthy comtl- Hun when killed, In our Valilnu ton market, for instance, they deal only with curtain butcher, who pro vide them with incut Iroiii animal ...

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. — 7 March 1877

THE IrtOY UEfcAlJ. WEDNESDAY, MABCH .7, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1877. RATM OP ADVf RTISIMO. a laaaare llBrtl,f......i fl KMk adtlitloBal Insertion , TO Aurtnsttton' MoMce 00 final Settlement Notice pe etray Motleee (single stray) .. f kadi additional iur in same notlee. . 1 00 liberal asdabtloas wiU be feud to rwralw advertisers. AdvsititsnU will take the regular ran of the paper, Kztrft charges aw.de for pre ferred plaoos. u. ....i. uahllotlAM will ha mada Until such publication- hat been Mid for. I lie ntn-woserraace 01 win m u .1 atr M..tlSftiit.1a anil actual laai. Our terms Bra i Cash In advance, on sub- rlntlonsf cash on delivery, ror job won Ml Min on aemana, irwrairat' The fmporlance of advertising U o telf-evldent In thla day anu time that it would aeem tho work of sit pererogatlon to advert to It. When In tha full tide of successful business tnanv ruih to the printer with liberal advcrttiemenu. When a lull eomee ihta mirlt denarta and demoralise lion tela In...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 March 1877

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MARCH 14, 1877. NO. 11 TROY HERALD. PUnUHlIKU ItY FlSIIlSlt &. CO., AT 41. ."SO it Your In A.clvmoo. LOOAL AND COUNTY NIWsL Snnuincloa lo fit everybody al J A. Wltkiuw's. M10 licit Seed Oata for talo by D. S 4Jrows & Co. Ilw4. The lluost thing ynti can got fur your family is Dr. East' DAKlNG PO W DER. U Mr So. who la an oxcclleut Idnckimlth, has removed to Clialu of Rocks. Succeii to hint. Mr. Maggie Wommack, who has bren visiting her mother In Louisiana, returned homo Monday evening. Auhurr. und Corner Stono corres- onduncc, received at a Ute hour, was crowded out by a press of legal notices. Wo nro glad toj obiorve Increased Interest upon the part of our corres ;ondints in furntshingtinw. Tholr ussistunco wo rccoguizo a vnluablo in keeping up a II v local paper. In the receipt and expenditures published lust week, there was a mis tuko In I tho statement of the rail load fund. It should hare read "con pons redeemed and cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 March 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY MARCH 14, 1877. TROY JiEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MAUCII 14,1877. The Brakeman's Story. Yen, sir, mill the brnknmVn, an lie I noil tiy I ho ilnvo warming lilt numbed bunds oficr conilng'lii from braking: people ililnk, m limy tit In their warm teats ntnl only hear us cull out I ho tlllTeront stations, Hint we linvo a n I co, noil, cany time. But wo know heller. Imagine yourself out on a flat car nil tiiulit. with I lie snow dashing in your laco, your liiimlt on a cold iron brake, ami think II thai' cany ; or u mi lop of a freight car, running along, tho wind cutting Ilka n knllc, uud dark us pilch, and watching lor fear ymi mny ruth sud denly under a bridge, and bo awept oil', niid pei hops bo left to dlo In the kiiow. Is that easy ? Duct that look like a toft Job? To bo sure, when we no transferred to passenger ram tho work It nico enough, but tho danger wo liovo logo through (lor wo goner ally liavo lo go on freight enrt Ural) rullllo ut to something butter on u ...

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. — 14 March 1877

THE THOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH ,14 1877. tmacc. Mi CHUai.. mmm aiaaaial la raiMari. Prom Ht. I,onl Itcnuullcsn. 3To the TobaeeoOrowert of JUtitourl: As the time I font approaching for the planters to msko preparations lor another crop, Ideslro to tnako n few suggestions of Important facts concerning the cti.IMvi.tlnn and man Htteinetit of tobacco. The quality ofttao Missouri tobacco, which was oucn rich and heavy, has been depro dating and the amount produced per acre has dlmlsiilshcd during the last low years. This depreciation In ual Ity and quantity Is dun In grost mess- iro lo a want of good seed, for tho lands nro slill rich and productive, Tho seed In Missouri have becomo so mixed Hint senrecly a planter In the late knows what variety holsculil. vallng. Tho different varieties of to- Imccn should be kept distinct. Kach particular vurloty should bo put upon its npproprUlo soli. The varieties wlilchgrow rich heavy.tobacco should lie plumed, on old ground and bot- loin laud, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 March 1877

, - --niitiil ir THE TROY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1877. TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY, MAttCII 14, 1877, . 'I'HUO. I. tlNHUR, I IMaaM ,Jeem tilaiuo Kill wave I no eiimt gulned garment and growls defiantly against conciliation. Mr. Hewitt mado an Impassioned peach In (lis houso on (ho 26th do nounclnff Hoar's bad fatth and stul tification. Rain has fatten in parti of India giving relict to somo extent, to the people who hnvo bceu the victims of a horrible fiunli'c. Another pet of Grant's, Gen. Mc Arthur, post-master nt Chicago, hat defaulted to tlio amount of thirty- eight thousand dollars. A good deal of fun has been made of Grant's speeches, Hayes seem to be father ttiln. He ailects to think that Uod will take a hand In tho re turning bnnrd business. You gentlemen who are contrlbU' ling of your substanco to fatten the lladical cormorants, go on, if you think there is no hereafter. Maybo you'll become sensible of your misery in lluio. Wo will now have a rest on the scheme and chat te...

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