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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 4, 1877. NO. 14. TROY HERALD. rom.iHtiRD nr FI8HER fc CO., AT (jlLOO n Your In Advance. LOCAL AND COUNTY NIWI. OUR COUNTk BUM. oatnlsm ! A. w. Unt, ts Wham Messrs. McKsa Numlt ltd tha racts BaBrint; sm Ttoelr Le mur It Sara will amve Thorn to Pr The 29th section of Hie act of Feb, Cfi. 1857. contains all llie- Do worn mid mittiorliy which llie county court of Lincoln county hail or couhl huvo to .subscribe to tho stock of tlio St. Louis and Keokuk railroad company or to ItMie tho bonds of Lincoln county 10 hIiI co i up any to aid In Clio construe tlon of H road. Thin power la not inherent lit any county, but must bo derived solely from slate legislative authority. The constitution of thn stato of Missouri, as It existed In 1857, placed no rcsirlollou upon tlio legislature lit .granting powers to the county courts or tne statu to su uterine on oenaii 01 their respective counties to the cam lal stock of railroad companion, or ...

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. — 4 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. 1877. TROY JLEKALD. f WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1877. Uncle Zeke's Conscience. Harper's Mngsxluo for April Somo year ago ilioro moved to the neighborhood or Uncle Zekc's cabin a gentleman from Now York, whote identity my be disguised under the Mime of Smith. Tho new-comer on gaged vigorously in farming, mid by liberal cniployincnt and prompt pay luciitaooii trained tlio good will of nil the colored men Around lilm. Uncle Zeko In particular was never weary of chanting liU praises, nnd many a lushel of oysters did E.cktcl convert into money at Bollevuc, as Smitli'a estate was called. But all tlio good will of hit neighbor did not sulllco to protect Mr. Smith I t orn pllfcrlugs. Shoots would disappear mysteriously during the night, geeso and turkey would luke wing for parts unknown, and in particular the corn-crib would frequently show by nuinistaknble signs that its sanctity had been vio lated. To the story of theso various losses would Undo Zeko Inclin...

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. — 4 April 1877

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1877 tm nm mmm. iKrom the Mew York Sun. Somo repairs wcra needed to I ho engine when the train reached Heno, oud while moat of Ihu passengers were taking a philosophical view of iho delay and making theiniclvoa aa comfortable as possible in the depot, n walked a native, lie wasn't a na tive liidliin, nor a native grlstty, but u nallvo Nevadlau, and hu was rigged wt in tinperlal style. Ho woie a bearskin coat and cap, buukakln leg glngsaud moccasins, and In his belt wa a big knife and two revolvers. There was lightning in his eye, de struction in his walk, and as ho saun tered up to tho red-hot slovo and scattered lobaeco-julco over II, a tloscti passengers looked pale with fear. Among tho travellers was a car painter from Jersey City, and al tcr surveying the uatlvo tor a mo tueat, lie coolly Inquired : "Aren't you afraid you'll fall down and hurt youmlf with Uiom weap jiis?" VV what!" gasped the native In astonishment. "1 suppose they soli such...

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. — 4 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1877 TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY, APIUL 4, 1877. TIIi:U W. ft'lflHKR. I Mr. v.vnvnnonu, I fallen. It secma (hat tits agreement tntde Ity Hayes Hi rough hti frlonitt In re (aril to withdrawing (lie troopi (rom Iho South, wan signed lay Bhcrmnii, fc'oslor, Matthewa and Garfield on (ho It seems to boifonorallv conceded' part of ItAVfiH t by E. A. Burke on now at Waihington that tho troop Will be speedily removed from South Carolina. Thcro la much deailtution In many ai to of Uci many, and measures for tho roller ol tho poor are urgently demanded. The solona of the Icgitlaturo have i lien to the height of tho great orgu inent and pained tho dog law. It's a a dog-gono (rood law. (Jov. Hampton would not accept a public demonstration in Ida bchalrln Wathlngton, recanting itoi ill suited to (ho proprieties of (he occasion. Correct again, Governor. (iov. llninplou wai cordially re reived by Iho president and alter a uiiat they took u ride togethor. Tho Govern...

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. — 4 April 1877

THE tllOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, APBIL 4, 1877. 1. M. Mt-l.KI.'t.AN. I'MCKCII. McLKLI.AX & CREECH, ATTOUXKV.-i.AT.li.VW, thov, Missouri. Ofihv In thp Hunk tiiilliUim. .F. M. Me. I.i-llun, Commissi. wcr nf l'itlillui'lionl. !. 'ri'ivli, Into I'liMIe Administrator unit I'm ,'clltltljC Attortii'l. IoIiT-T; It. H. SOISTO.V. Cll AN. MAItTIN, Ml. NAT. C. Itlltll KN. NORTON, MARTIN & DRYDRN. ATTUIlNKYt) AT I.A V COI.I.KCTOltS TI'.OY. MUSOUIll, I'artlritlar Attention ght-n to rNtrovvil( urt't't-tliiK Kent Kstnti'. We uiuli ft KiiTlaUy if i-ollvvtllig nil klntl or note. lilllc.Vc.. ntu rcaoitiiililu commission. Ufltvu In lli f:t-rk luilMliu. vims uuKXft odtiiiEKri ATTOUNKYS-A'l-I.AW. TltOY. MISSOURI. Will pruritic In the court ot tin- Miictrnith jiuliriiil iliriilt. Clltlmi iiimiitl.v li'inkil ta. OlHc ovrr llvlirv'n shot- slum. U. T. Inn. I'riisoeutliitf Atl'irmy lor i.lliunlll count)'. vinnw ' "LAWRENCE T. MYlilTs7 A TTUKNKY AT LAW. J Ni:W IIOl'B. M.. Will itrirtlce III tlif i oui l o...

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. — 4 April 1877

THE TROY HEttALD, WEDNESDAY, AlUIL4, 1877. A mtlKtftTttATOtt'ft KOTtCK. J. Notice I llCftbT (rivf n tbat tetter of uutninistratwn wvrearanicu 10 iiw miner liriiiil nn ttm vstntit nl Hnlntnon Perkins. deceased, by the Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mn on the 3lt day of Feb., 18J7. Person bavin claim against Mill Mint are rciiilrcil to oMitbit them to the adm'r r allowance within one yenr from the (tato of mlil letter, or they may lie preeltis dtd from any benefit of add estate j nnd I' (ml rxiilllltcu 10 me executor wmiiii two tears tlicy will he forever barred, mat 14 I VU H. SMILKY, Adm'r. A DMINISTlt ATOK'S NOTIUK. J Notice u bcrchv idvcn that letter ol administration worn granted to the under signed on the estate ol' .lohu MeMahlll, deceased, Ity tho Probate (.'unit of Lincoln etttnty. Mn on tin- 31st iluy of Oct., l7tl. Persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to the udmiiils trator tr allowance within one year I nun the dute of said letters, or t...

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. — 4 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1877.! tMMfiitot Bebl Law. OtiKKKHsoN City, March 23. Tho bill Introduced by Senator flurk Lolilor, ntithorir.liig boards of edticn lion lo submit to (he voters In clilei, town and village! and other district! propositions to iucreuse tho annual I'uto of taxation for school purposes, mill for erecting school home, hav ing mmq( both hotiaci, It li Impor mil that thei general public should know otiiolhuitf of lta provisions. Whenever It become necessary in the Judgment ol boards of trustcos or linards of education, or when any live resident lax-payers potltlon the lioatd In writing lor an Increase of taxation, such bonrd shall detcrinino the rale of taxation necessary to be levied w H hi n the maximum rate pre siloed by Iho constitution, tho board hull submit to the voter of tho city, torn, village or district, nt an elec tion to bo held at the usual pluco ol lioldlngclccliou for muiubers of such liionl, whether Ihu ralo of taxation whull Iw Increa...

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. — 4 April 1877

THE TKOtf HE1IALD, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 4, 187'; TROY JIERALD. f WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 1877. RATI Of ADVERTISING. i square ilMcrtia $1 W time llilrly-scTcn pupils participated .llS'.ffirv:::::::::::. anSiniauu for u priee, u ac Administrator tins! Heillcmcui notices, . . : " ,,,,, .1 11 aaTuVK.Vn0VK:.' l 5l liberal dedactlons will be made to regular tdvertlscrs. Advertisement will take tlm respdsr run tf the pspsr. Extra charges inado fur pre lerred places. No certificate of publication will lie made Until such publication has been paid for. I ho nelMlosenilHce oi mm ruio nu u-n the occasion of iniirhtroulilcunrtncUiai loss. Our term aro t Cash la advance, on ftil Hpuons; mB on delivery, tor Job work lid easli on demand, ftir advertisements. New floods! New (J nods!! Now Jood!!l Low Prices I Low Prleusl I Low Prliestt! At Iho Dry Hoods Headquarters. . n C. W. Pabkrk Ss Co. Wooifolil & Hand hnvc received n very lariro atock of Spring Uoodi, undaro helling tluimnt unusually low jtrrcca. ...

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. — 11 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 11, 1877. NO. 15. TROY HERALD. pubmhiikd ny FISHER & CO. AT ttl?SO a Ycnr In Advnacn. LOCAL AND COUNTY NIWI. Mr. A. S. Buchanan returned from St. Louis liut Saturday. Mlis Ltzto Thortihlll has roturncd from a protracted vlilt In St. Louis. Mr. Harriet Elder of Millwood It hero visiting rolatlvci oud friend. Digg's Hog Cholera Mixture for mile at tho Drug Homo of Baiu'l T. East. Send your children to Prof. Ulan tou'i prlvato icliool, only $2 00 nor month tuition. "Whin-poor-will" failed to tond ui Ids real imiiie, and honco hit cominti tilcnllou doc rot appear. Prof. McCain sovcrcil hit connec tion with the Public and High school last Friday, and felt for homo Satur day morning. Capt. T. It. Reed, county ffrntigo lecluror, will bo nt Cnrso Friday, April 20, aud al Loulsvlllo Saturday, April 21. "A hungry man's an angry man," the proverb says, so buy soitm of tho nice Dried Peas ut. A. 11. Ellis' gro cery store and feed hi...

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. — 11 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AP1UL 11, 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1877. A browcr In t'llltbui'ir, la., lost several luiiuli'cil barrels of nlo on ac count of Us hnvlng been noliod About that Patrick Dolnu lintl been found at the bottom of Iho ml. It wu a fact. Choi. L. Miner of Olln, Iowa, would bo a Rood hand to lit up with the ilck. For nix wcoks ho didn't sleep a moment, nnd whon lust heard of was complacently pursuing the even tenor of his way Hiving no ovU denco of drownings or III health. A bcaiiilful and linprcsnlTO accno was enacted on Iho occasion of Iho burial of a young lady In Alton, on the 27th Inst. Sarnh Toohcy was bulled Irom tho Cathedral, tho pall bearer consisting of n number of benullful young ladles dressed in whlto with ernpo sashes. Ttiomns Uljfglu, a grocer of Wash ingion City, ha Instituted suit Against ex-president Urnut for one hundred thousand dollars. There Is (aid to bo "n woman In the case," and much mystery Involved. Iligglus appeared to b...

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. — 11 April 1877

THE HIOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1877. distance of ml let, anil Hint aald road In tint completed through Liu coin county. Then appears tlio following letter of Mutin. Norton mil Mcltce: 8t. Louis, Mo., Feb. 18, 1877. In accordance with an order of iho rmiuly court of Lincoln enmity, inado Tmii. 10, 1877, wo, the undersigned Httni'Hya mentioned in said order, havo nitrecd to the fnreiroltur record mid lad atnteil hi a full statement of uvcryihlug connected with mid tier tabling lo.tho bond ofLlncnlu coun ty, Uuod the St. L. ts K. It.. It., which statement wo agree in submit in the lion. A. W. Lamb of lluuulhul, Mo., for hit written opinion, tin pro vided tor lit said order of tlto Lincoln county court, iimdo on Jan. 16, 1877. It. II. Niihton, A. V. McKkk, JS'o agreement la mado at to the tiiuu whim thu construction of the l oud actually commenced. It appeal that Iho slock win subscribed and the lunula of Iho county Issued after July 4, 1805, the lime when iho conitliu lion ot 18...

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. — 11 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY APRIL ll, 1877. TROY HEHALD. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11, 1877. Tlll'.tt. II. FlflHfcH, I utani w.r.vnvmttmnm, J ltliodo Island hat gone llcpubllcatt ty reduced majority. A nvllo prosequi hat beou entered In the cam ol Dunn Piatt, charged with 'ledltloui writing. WlllfiHuri hi politics nud tho ad. ministration of tho laws iay, to any nothing about questions of moral 1 Another revolution is threntoncd in Mexico. Thero is much dlsalTcc. tlon towards Dlsr. nnd a strong move, roent to restoro Lcrdo to tho presi dency. Itlsngnln reported that, proceed. Inp;i In qvo warranto will ho insti tuted to compel Mr. Hayes to show by what nuthority ho holds the olDco of Prcslduut. Frank Ilurnctt will continue to bo hupcrvlcliijr Inspector of stcuinboais for the St. Louis district. Ilo is re I ul net! through tho Influences ot Ills constant friend. 1). 1. Dyer. On the 4th Inst. Col. Elijah Gnlcs, slate tnoasurcr, celebrated the twenty. 11 fill anniversary of his married life. Jlc...

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. — 11 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. 1877. for' I ho pnrpnio of itefratiilliifr lira Inurfgagcn, irunlpc, or b nefiuUry In ti tmi ituciln, or til or their uilifiiH, or flull remove or cotiuoal, or thall nlil or bot in the removing of Mich prop' -rty or any part Ihrteuf, with intent to hinder, delay or defraud audi inoiiKiiyuo, truiloe orjlieiipllclary, or lilnor llu'ir aMip.ii, mimII bu deemed Kiillty of a tniNilcinoftMiir anil, tiinti conviction, iliall bo punUliud by tin Drinoiitucnl In the comity all not ex iucdliiifonn veur, or by u llnu not ox treuilluif 4100, or by both Mich line mill litipi Imminent. 8ec. 2. That every nntrtfHj(or or grantor in trust detula, or pergonal properly, who "hull acll or convoy lliutamo, or any linrt I hereof, without tho wrltiun lioiKcm of tho niniiggce or trumoe, unit without Inforiiilnic the perton to vvhnin tho tamo U aold or conveyed by dneil of truiit, ahall, on convict loa, bu adjudged gulltv at lulittctiicauor mid punUlicdby a Quo not excee...

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. — 11 April 1877

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICK. Notice Is licroby (riven ttmt lcttn ni jutmlntMratinn were granted to the under, signed on the estate ol Solomon Perkins, lecacd. bv the I'robote Court of Lincoln 'oiiatv. Mo.', on the list div of If It.. 1W7. l'orsoan having claims ag alnst wild estate ere required to exhibit there to tlio adm'r Inr allnvvanoe within one year from the lain .if a ilil lnltiTa. nr tlmv mv tin nrecltW led from any benefit of said estate; nml I' Hot exliloiieu to i ne executor wmiin two vear thev will be forever barred. in.it H O Will 11. SMILKY. Atlm'r. DMINISTHATOK'SNOTICK. J Notica Is hereby 'given that letters ol administration were granted to the under signed on the et:ttc or John McMahlll. deceased, by the I'robato Court of Llnrnlti votintv. Mo., on tlm 21st day or Oct.. IHTii. Person having claims against said estate arc requlrcl to exhibit them to the adiidnl trator for allowance within one year from tin. iliti. nr viilil biter, or thev m.ivhcnrc- Huilod from any benefit...

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. — 11 April 1877

THE TfcOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APE1L 11. 1877. IIIhu to Writer antt flpcukcrt. "William Cullcii llryiuit unco uato' the folluwinir sonslblo oilvtco lo a young limn who lind ofTorci. hint nn ttrllclo for ttio Xvcntng Post i My yomifc frlutul, I observe that you Imvo used several French c pin-1 Inns In ynnr letter. I think if ycu will stttily English Iftiiifinigo thiit you will tluil It capable; of impressing' nil ttio hluas Unit you may liavn. I j lmvo tihvujH round It mo, anil In nil i Hint I havo wriitcn I ilo not recall nn' lustaiico whero 1 win tempted lo tito! n foreign word, but Hint, on search- inf, I rniitid a better one in my own lanjua.'u. lie simple, unaffected ; bo honest In your speaking and writing. Never j use a long word when n short tmc ( will do ns well. Cull a spndo by lis name, not a well known obloni: In-' Htrumcnt of uinuiial labor; let a. home bo a hoinu ami not u residence ; n place not a locality and so on of the rest. When a short word will do, you always luce...

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. — 11 April 1877

THE TttOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1877. R4TKS OP ADVERTISING. 1 squire 1 Insertion fl M Kah additional Insertion...- a fc.HHtHlllltalAtvl VflllfWIM 8110 tlltid Settlement Notice a 00 Mrs? nonces (singio lira?) o w i- in.1i additional stray In immo notice. . 1 00 Mbcrut deductions will be made to regular itlvortlicn. Advertisements will tnko tlio regular run c 1 the paper. Extra charges made for pre furred nlacc. No certltlcate of publication will be made tull llll'll pillJIICBlluii nns w-t-ii iiuu iw.. I I... MMn.1inf)MriUl.ll Af ttllt rilln lltIM tllfll AMtitnt if ,militrniililitnntlnetuul las. IK' uvtwivai w. ...... " " t Our terms aro : Cash In advance. u suti- tlntlons; cusll nn delivery, lor jou work III casu Oil ueinniiu,- iurautci-iini.-Hi ciiAinr-oFBacKM fkublkr. h. It. Sltton Imi sold lili curd wood for two dollare per cord. Wo havo liail two steamers up Culvro thtt week. Tlio Dolphin towed up tlio wood boat Michael, mid a utco l...

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. — 18 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 18, 1877. NO. 16. TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BY FISHEK, & CO., i AT jkl.SO a. Year In Advance. LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. lleeTINO ttCKAPU. On Tuesday of lilt week a shooting Hair ocerred between Alex. Mc Uowan aud Ed. Ileotor. Rector had been to Auburn Ilia', day, and was re turning home. NioMudd was riding betide him; Leaader Henry and Alex. Luck on horse back followed about fifty yards in the rear. Alex. Mc Uowan was in front of hli house chopping wood. According to Hec tor's statement, he pasted McGowan'f without saying a word. lie had pro coeded but a short distance, when ho beard a pistol shot, and turning about faw McGowan with a pistol In his hand, who firod again, iho ball this time striking him (Hector) on the shoulder, pasting through his over coat aud falling to the ground. He lode on. Mick Mudd snya he heard thu pistol shits, but didu't seo who Jlrcd. McGowon says he was chop ping wood whou Hector catne by itecior s...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1877. TROY HERALD. ; WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1877. "rtm: 'to nu. Time towp (tilo truth h.n tatitriil, TI. a truth that's wartlt rrvoulir.; J Jlorcofl'un.l from waut of thought, 'I'liiin Irmit any waul of reeling. If iiihli'e.wc would convey, '1 here's ii liino wo should convey It ; it' Ht'o hut a won! to say; There's a time In which to y It ! Many a beauteous flower decay, Though we tend It e'er so mticli ; Seiin'tli(ng ncrrt on It preys, Which nohuni.111 alii can touch. .So. In many n lo lug breast. btc.s smite canker-grief concealed, T!i it, If toiicliM, I more oppressed, lil'tt unto Itself Is healed. Oft, unknowingly, the tonkin: Touches mi n Htord so acliln;.'. That a word or accent wrote; Pains the heart almost to breaking. Many u tear of wounded prhlo, Many a. fault of limn in blindness, Hail been soothed nr Itirncd a-hlu lly ii(lik'tVoli'B jf k tiitluc 'Mine to ::tctlil U ntil ba t.iti'.'lit. "I'N truth that's worth revealing; More otVi tnl ...

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. — 18 April 1877

THE UtOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APKIL18, 1877. TI10 world llnle Imngnias how much It It Indebted to t!io laborious tescatehes of scientific tncdlcnl men lur many of thu must Important truths H'lullvo lo liuiunii liculth, hip pines und I lie. As population In t:rcsus and t ho vitliiu oi food U en lisiiced, t lie knowledge which clienc iiiti-y Iih elicited is becoming tuoro mid mure valuable In practical point ol vluw. "How iniicli ability to labor can 1 derive by CHtinjf a utmd ot potatoes or u dollurs' wo i' Hi ol brundy, beer or In("' mo Ituiiis which cuuld bo turned to largo account by multi tudes of llio toiling poor. Some kinds ot food nro moro nutri tious Hiuii others, and it'll should be lonud I lust articles which mo thu thenpust Imvo the most iiulriiuoiil, unil give thu highest ability lo lubor ilii'ii knowledge liuenmcs money to poor. Tnbhs vary, but some ol Ihu general rtsults arc tii IoIIowh: One pound of rice, prepared for tliu tublu gives 88 per cent, ol nun intent, uud, eo...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 April 1877

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, April is, ist? TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1877. thi:o. D. Flan Kit I ..jf The St. Louli Tima Is to bo sold, at public miction, on ibo2Ut, under deed of trust. Several hotels In New York dls played flags at hnlf mast wlion news ws received of the burning of the Houlliern. Heater, who was arrested In Ar kansas, was not, as was suspected, tho original and veritable old Bender, tho murderer. A correspondent of tho Itcpublican suggests that an opera homo and ho lei combined should bo built on the ground formerly occupied by the .Southern. Tho "Iruo inwardness" or Radical inn docs revolt at Hayes' Soulhirn policy, but it refutes to speak. There is fearful suppression of tho emo tional nature. Tho Radical organs ennngo their tone and tuno so often now that It is hard to tell what sort of music they aro playing. Tho machines must be out of order soino way. i - m-0 -4BB Sm . The United States supremo court lias decided Hint the one-mlllioti-flvc-hundred-th...

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