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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 April 1877

THE mOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY APRIL 18, 1877. . . l ion tux ah. Dallas, Trxas, ) April 8, 1877. J XiUtort Herald : I lert St. Lout on tbo 2il Inst, at 8:60 a. m., anil r lived hi Denlioti, (he lermlnui of the Missouri, Kansas anil Texas railroad, nnit threo and a half miles (com the Indian Territory line, on tlio 3d, at 3:30 p.m. This It a new town, claim ing a population of 3,600. It ii com pmcd chiefly of wooden building. It lint tlx churches and a flno school liouio, tald to be one of the best In lira state, accommodating 600 pupil. .It cost $46,000. Tho surrounding lands are rich, producing cotton, wheat, corn, oats, barley and tobnuco Cotton and wheat are the chief crop. Fruits and vegetables can bo raised in great abundance. From Deuivon I came to Sherman, by tho Texas Cen tral railroad, distance tiluo miles. Sherman is tho county seat of Gray son county, and is Improving rap idly, with a present population of 8.000. The luminous houses aro chli-lly brick, tho streets wldo and hnt...

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. — 18 April 1877

THE I'ltOY HEKALt), WEDNESDAY, APltIL, 18, ADMINISTRATORS NOTICK. Notl (sherrlc shell t'mt Icttfcr nf udinllilsfrall'in wcrr ifrimtpil In tlir (linlcN il(rnril on tin- cslntc. )l Solutimn I'rrkllm, deceiicil. bv till! 1'roliMtc (.'mill or Lincoln CUUIIIV, Mo", mi tilt! t!lit il:iy of Kelt.. 1S77. lVi(tn linvlny claim ncflinM snlil Mtuto tiiun'iiili-.Ml to i Milhtt them to tlculm'r ffii iilinvf(iii.M wiililii mil vimii Iriim tin date or d.tlil li'Hiri'. orthcy'mity bit prci-ln tied iVom any briietlt or said estate mul I' eMiiiiiicn io um cNeeuiur wiiiim two venm tlicv w III lie forcv t-r Imrreil. ninth (KVlli I!. ij.MII.hV, Adm'r. A DMIM3TM ATOIt'S XOTK.'K. jfx. Xothu I" hoieby nisi u tlml letter ol ..iliiihil.tiiitlii'i IVM'i! L'l'alltctl In till! Miller. I211M on tlm intntc ol .tulin MeMiihlll, tfii:iTtl. Iiv the l'rli:it- rutin of Llliculti ..r.'iiwv. M.i'.. mi Hi," 2M il.tv nf Oct.. 7ll. I'l'I'sMI lltl llltf cl.lllll- lU.lln-t l-illd I'stiltl' tin; reunited to xltH.it ll.i'in to ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 April 1877

THE TKOY HEHALD, WEDNESDAY, APKIL18, 1877. aMlrUc natter. Swr.m'iso (jAUi'Kia.- In nil our !Xprrlini'iiW wo Imvo louiid uoihlni; mi safe nuit fci'vlccnliln h niiilstpni'il J lii'iiii. liiKlciiil of Mopping to clean (ho broom oTtiry fur mlnutus, nwcep- I lug Hid curpotH Willi bi an not only lleaiis I ho carpal ft free thorn til most J cuilrt'ly from dnsi, tint keep thu lil'IIOUl UlliUII Ht. tllO 8IIII11) lllllL'. I' must Iju iiiolMutiud tmly TUTT'S PILLS A dlstlngulihcd physician of Now York lays: "It it aitonUhlnrr how universally Dr. Tutt'a Pills aro used. In my dally round, I hear of them not only nmotiff tho poor, but their virtues nro heralded from tho man aloni of tho wealthy ond refined. Know lue tho inventor from his Ion:,' conncttlon with tho medical prolValon. I Imvo crcat utiougti to confldenco In their merit-; and of Into havo TROY HE ALD JOB AND NEWSPAPER PRINTING ESTABLISHM'T hold tho particle Ifitfuthur. If loo f nnrcSmocu iiicmwiuii m nappiost re 1 , . . ., milts In c...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 April 1877

. K&TiL THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1$, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1877. RATI Of ADVERTISING. 1 lnapiin. Ml M Keen additional Insertion 76 Aduitnlitrstors' Notice 8 00 ftnsl Settlement Notice 3 00 Mray Notlcoi (alngle stray) " 22 i- a-di addition. mrtur In Main notice. . 1 00 liberal deduction will be nude to regular advertiser. Advertisement will uko tho regul.r rim f tho paper. Extra charge, made for pro leered nlaecf . No certificate of publication will ba made ....t, tiiiKltoatlnn ka hiipn nalil fur. .nil, Hivii I'm"' - - " . J lie non-observance of this rule has been the occasion or mucntrouuicanuaciuai is. Our term, arot Cash In advance, on sub ilptlous; essh on delivery, for Job work nu cash on demand, for advertisements. FROM MILLWOOD. Sir. Jolm F lyim, of Texas, h visit ing bit nephew. Mr. Lawrence Flyuit, of ttils neighborhood, whom he had not teen before for tulrljr-olght years. The Interruption of the mall, by high water In CuIvip, and tho expec ta...

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. — 25 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 25, 1877. NO. 17. TROY HERALD. PUBLteRKD BIT FISHER Sc. CO., AT 01.SO a Yoar la Advaaoo LOOAL AND COUNTY NEWt. Our local correspondence It slim (bit week. Our young plscators improre each falnlng hour. This U the aesson. Prof. Tlce predlele a dry eeaton. It la not starling In that way, however. Wall Paper to suit the moat fait Id lous, at the Drug House or Sara'l T. Eait. Thero was a delightful cotillon parly at Mr. T. W. Wltlirow'a last Monday evening. Woolfolk Ss Hand will receive thla week another lot of spring and suns tnec goodi. Judge Donflls luforme ua that a great deal of business wa transacted lu the Probate court lait week. Latt Saturday week a favorite act tcr belonging to Mr. Cake waa awept over the Moscow dam and drowned Woolfolk Ss Hand will pay tho highest market price for Corn, Da con and Lard. Dr. East's drug store and J. A. WithrowsJJowelry establlsment are donning fresh coata of paint. U you uso Baking Pow...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 April 1877

TROY HEKALDi WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1877. DEMNCstJENT TAX-BILLS. Below It given the lull text of per hapt the most important liilt patted Vy the legltlalure at Hi present mi nion : Uu it enacted by tlio general aiiam My of (he stale ol Missouri, ns fol- j lows Section 1. The taxes dun and on pstd on any real ettato which has licrotoloro been icturnnd delinquent, nml which has not been forfeited to the stale, and tlio taxes duo and un paid on any real citato which has been forfeited ta the state for the uoti-payiaoul of such taxes, shall be deemed and held to bo "buck taxes," and tlio lieu heretofore croated In favor of the stato of Missouri Is hereby rutalued on each of such tracts and lots of rral ettato to tbo amount of tho taxes, duo tlionoon, and alto the Interests euil cotts accruing uu dcr this net. Sue. 2. Section 184 of an act cnt'l- tied "An act concerning tho attest iiiQiil and collection of tho revenue," approved March SO, 1872, Is hereby repeulod ;. and Immediately af cr t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 April 1877

cap. rausMicK lahrbcbii. HMfiMtoi Hlssarr HMIMIrMl snasl IMtm Ynh ! Af Prosa the Mew York Sub, April 8.J Capt. Frederick Lahrbush, who cnmo to New York forty years ago, and who lite been of late years the subject of much attention owing to lite great age, died on Tuesday mor nlng at 61S Third avenuo. Accord ing to hla own statement, he waa bern mi March 9, 1768; and Ifthla la tree, lie wai n few daya over 111 years old when he died. The Immediate came of hla death waa congeitlou of the lunge, brought on by exposure. lie had been invited tu call upon Mra. A. T. Stewart, and throwing off his heavy clothing, he arrayed himself In his dress suit, and rode In a cab to the residence of hla frlond, becoming thoroughly chilled on the way. That evening he had a aovere attack of ague, and his complaint rapidly de veloped Into the disease whtohcausod his death. Until within a few daya of his end the old man expressed a strong dosito to llvo longer In the woild In which he had experienced tnnro...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 April 1877

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1877. THKV. B. FlflHSB. I m. W.T.THttltMOftB), Tweed'! confession has earned a rattling among the dry bone lu New ' York. Tlio war U over, and all lha eon qticrcd province! havo fiually been admitted ai states. Tlio dt fucto't cabinet hai decided to tend John A. Canon of Iowa ai inlnlitcr to Spain, to succeed Cusb- log. youth Carolina la happy ; Louisl nua is hnppy t tho country la happy. nnil yet Blaine, Morton and Philips aro not satlifletl. . Kellogg will hardly get Into the United Statci icnato. The Louisiana situation at prosout Isn't at all pleas Ing to him. Packard haa concluded to stick to Ma.tltle, although Nlcholls has cop tuicd his legislature. In the absence of the substanco, ho clings to the shadow. As soon as tho success of the Louis i.ina Klcholl'a government was fore shadowed by the crents or the past week, the state bonds advanced soven cents on the dollar. This is a whole some sign. Hon. A. II. Duckuer hss been men tioned by severa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 April 1877

TttE TROY lifcBALft, "WEIXNESDAY. APBILr 25, 1877. . tnodastly advocated Uielr - "clalint." Son, of all our public offleei, (hit U the on which should leek Ihe man who from character, ability mud-gen oral qualification I met fit to fill It. The court haa declined enormously In puullo eitlraatlon. Tho ahamefol bargain by which Bradlev and Strong vrero apiututod lo sustain the legal loHdote by upsetting a former decli lonot Ihe court, aud thus laving lo the I'eniiaylvattia and other railroad corporations ihe difference between gold and paper ou their outstanding contracts, struck a blow it the Integ rity of the tribunal. Followed by the flagrant violation of the constitution in the appointment of tho electoral tribunal, and by the Indecent action of the same two men In that body, the court staggera under a burden and a reproach which way yot render necessary Ita total reorganisation. Aud now when another vacancy oc curs, by which an opportunity Is of fcred to restore the court so far ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. APB1L 25, 18Y7. A mtlNIRTRATOR'S NOTICE. J Kotlce I hereby given th letter f administration wen granted to Mm under- tnmeii on iao nuii'w gaum nriiM dNMMcj, r rruu court r Ueeeta county, Mo., on Iho Slit day of Fet., INT. PimM havln claims aralnataald estate urn HiulnUto exhibit them to the adm'r nr llinwanee wiiiun one jeer iroaa ibsj data nf atlil latter, or they mav ba nrecltw ded from any beneUt of tald estate j and I' two year they will ic forever haired. . mailt fVllH.MILKY. Adm'r. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOT1CE. Notlce It hereby Klvcn that letter ol adminlttrttlon were granted to tho tiujler Isned on me etate 01 -ionn mcjisihu, dceeaaed, by tho Probate Court of Lincoln county. Mo., on the Slit day of (let.. 18711. Peraon having claim ngnlnat aald estate are required to exhibit them to the admlnla trmtor for allowance within one year from ithedate or said Itttera. or the) may lie pre. utaded from any benefltofaald eatate; ami If UOt eXUloliea lor allowance ...

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. — 25 April 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APltlL 25, 1877. rM UtuvlMka. "NoWtJohimy," uri gramlm, "I want sou to. ill juit at ailll. ,m iiiaUM." "House, don't sit' 'itUI, grstiiUna." , Graclou'e heaven, ! Children ! Chll 1ron ! I Ar you award tint to-day In yiiriiUv "Yck, mamma, but we're 'tottilin' like itUti't, vou know, toll'a All light." When throe noil llttlo lioya got to gothur of Hti nlturunuu. the. uhancca lire thai there will tie elthor a tight, a window hrnkeit, or aniue atrny dog will havo n (inn tied to hit tall. "Wimt woultl yon do If mamma Rhoulil tlloV" hIio inthetlnally nskeil of her tin uu year old datmhler. "I don't know." remarked the irifititt. with downcast eyes and mclnncliollv faco, "iliKpoau I should havo to tltpank liiystll." IVI.nn n hnv urns nskeil "whern m.. .1... Inut ll.l nuti'iillltr V" tin I fli IIIW IDAl UK" .... ..w nutckly rupHuil, "It was sumowlioin in hatchets." "In hatchets? No, It waain Arts." "Well, 1 know it wna KOtiictlilii ilntt would cut," said the ioy ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 April 1877

THE ffOV ttfcRALD. WEDKIlSjOAY, APBIL25, 1877. TROY JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, AI'UIL 90, 1877. RATIS OF ADVBRTIIINO. I square 1 Insertion 91 M KMb additional Insertion 75 Ainnlnfetmton' Notices IJJ tlnsl ettlemciit Notice jj 00 etray Notice (single stray) , ? 00 mlilitlnnai utiHV In same notice. . 1 00 libera! deductions will bo made to regular sdvertlscrs. Advertisement! will taVe tliO regular ran of Uio paiwr. Extra charge mad far pre I erred place. No ccrtltteato of publication will be made intll such publication aa been paid for. I he aon-observaaee of tlitu rnle fiat been tli occnitlon of muchtrotibleandactu.il lass. Our teraia arc : Cash In advance. n sub editions; cash on delivery, for Job work ud cash on demaud. tor advertisements. MARB TIMES AO Iff. EdUori Herald : In your two lat Issues, April 4lh anil 11th, the tax payer of Lincoln county havo wit ttciicd Iht finished lay or the grand farce enacted in our county bond ar bitration, ai per engagement, made at the adjourned term o...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAX 2, 1877. NO. 18. TROY HERALD. ruiLianiD by FISHER COm AT ttl.OO a Year la Advaaon . LOCAL ANB COUNTY NlWt. Mrs. D. M. Grandleld left for Car- rollton Monday morning. It is one In which order relcns Mr. Lloyed D. Magruder, of Mon- Dr. Wason or Frankford la hero mm. Breyotor went lo SI. Louie on Ihroui li the liarmontoua action of lit roe township, one of our oldest and on a profculonal vlilt for a wook. the 26th. constituent members, who are the most highly respeetod cltliens, died Mr. Jai. Hazllp, of near Wellsvllle, Mr. Washburn, commission mer earnest votarlea of truth, Justice and at his home on Thuriday, April 26, landMlss Fanny lleedi, were married chant of St. Loula, waa lu town ible love, and not the acrylic slaves of the 1877, In the 78tn year of hla age. lie at the residence of the bride's rather, weok. wae a native of Maryland, having on tuo 28th mat. Mr. Anton of Alton, III., agent for been born In that atate Januar...

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

THE mOY HERALD, WEDNfc&JA Y, MA &, 1877. TROY J1EKALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1877. MOW I EBCAPKD A DI)liE. illy MarkTwalu.) The only merit 1 claim for tlio fol lowing narrative I Hint it It a trite slory. It has a moral at the oml of it, but 1 claim nothing on that, at it is merely thrown In to curry favor v illi tho religious clemciil. After 1 had reported a coiiploof j cart on tlio Virginia City (Nov.) Dally Enterprise, they promoted mo to bo editor In-chief and I latted Just a week by the watch. Uut I iiiudo nn uncommonly lively nows-pa-per whllo idld last, and when I ro tired 1 had a duel on my hand, and tin co horsc-whlpplngi threatened mo. The latter I mndo no attempt t0 cul luct ; however, this history only con tents tho lurmcr. It was tho "old flush limes'' of tho silver excitement, w hen the population was wonderlnlly wild and mixed, ever) body wont i tiled to tho teeth, and all slights and Insult had to be atoned for with tho beat aiiiclo of blood your system could fur...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 May 1877

fcHE TJROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. MAY 2. 1877. tt-halMrkaatllMNc. There It no Turkish home-llro. Dy home-life, 1 understand the frequent gathering together under Iho nmo roof, anil In tho umo room, of the members of ft family, and all Ilia in fluences and attendant clrcuuvtancos which such frequent gathering! Im ply. Tho Turkish, houio consist ol two parts, one for men called the se lanillk, and Hie other for women called the bareintlk. Thcto sro usu ally Iho two wings of the house, and commonly altogether separated lya central hall. Thus tho rneu have their part of theliouso, and the wo men I holm. Neither Is allowed, wit It out permission, to entor tho territory of the other. In a Turkish house, tho men and womon do not take their meals together, do not sit around table, andcau hnrdly bo said to feed decently. It IsSqulto possible for men nud women who do uolkuow Iho use of a lork to bo very clean about their food, but tho use of a fork Is a great step toward cleanliness in eating. A ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 May 1877

THE TBO HERALD, "WEl)NESl)Alf. MAY 2, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNE8DAY, MAY ! 1877. W. T. TMIIRlltON, XJSHSOM. Kverythlng U lovely and the Peli can hang high. It li said thatex-Gov. Fletcher or ItiU state It to be appointed minister to Austria. m M. C. Duller will be the senator from South Carolina and Judge Spor lord from Louisiana ; both are Dent ocrals. Packard, like Cbaoiebrlaln, wont out wllh wild lamentations. 'Of all the sail word of tongue or pen, Tbo iittiteat aro tlicne. It mlgbt bava bseu." A corresnoudent of tho llenubhcan at Lebanon, Mo., favors Judgo Buck nerfor speaker of the next houio ol representatively Let those who havo tears to abed on accouut or the oppressed colored people, prepare now to shed them ; but dpu'tall shed at once. Even tho Republican papers are be glntng to throw dirt at the dercated carpot'baggers. Gratitude Is not a trait or tho average Republican. Mrs. Henora Haley U anxious to learn the whereabouts or her bus. baud, Fergas llaley, who was in St. L...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 May 1877

g lI0Y HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1877, mM l;kAa. AWstik, TfekAtj, April, ltt??; Editor Otmtdi I flopped it Cor alcanna, county teat of Navtrr county, flfty.four mllet south of bat lai. It la a flourishing town, claim Ing a population of 4,000. tjuiiuit It lh principal crvp. The land pro ducei tlfieen to twenty buthela ol whoatt thirty te forty bttiholi of corn per acre, and all kludi of frulta ahd vccetablea In abundance Waco, Itie uext point reached, It built on each aide of the Brasoa rirer, connected east and west by a apten uiu bridge. The town retnluda me of Dui Molnei, Iowa. It hat a popu lation of 9,000. The Drar.ot yalley It a rich aa any land In Texas. It pro ducei front oue-fourth toonoand one forth baleaof cotton per acre, fifty to aevenly-fivo uutbelt of corn, forty lo alxly butuela of eata, liltueu to twen ty.flvo buiheli of wheal, with all the variolic ot frulta and vegotabloi. The character of the aoll from Denl aon to within Alteon or twenty inllca ol Coralcatina I rc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 May 1877

THE 1H0Y HERALD, WEfcKESDAY STAY 2, 1877 NOTICK. a. V.ilL.n IkliPfM irlVl'll tllt Icttt-r Ol i.ilmliilali'ntmn tti'lK lrrniilcil to the under signed Mi llif wfnte nt Hnlnmon Perkins, decerned, by tiro Probate Court of Lincoln toiiuiy, M., on Hi Slt Joy of Koh.. t. .. IVrinii having vmm ajMlnst wild estate ntu' loulrcd to cxhittit Hu nt to the adm'r lor illnwance within one year Irom the 1nto of letter, orttiej- May be preclu ded now any beiietltnrsald estate; and I' )iot exhibited to the executor uHhln two vcar IheV Kill lie forever barred, niatfl OWIDH.SMtLKY, Adm'r. EAKUUTOK'S NOTICK.-Nnllcc In hcicbv glvtm that letters li-staincm mry were granted in the undersigned hy Probate court id Lincoln roitnty.Mo., on the flato of llantcl Kinder, deceased, on the l. I .l.il-nr Anirlltt. I Mill. Person IrnMiiK claim against said estate lire required to exhibit them to the executor t.. iiII.iivuiimk uiilitu nno vi'ui' fi-nlll tlie date of ald letter, or they 'may ho recui leal from nny hencM...

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

tHE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1877. A CklMeM Mailer. The oilier day I wni Invited 1n Chlueso diuiior. It wu most won iterftil underlnklnif ; thlrtjr-iilnc course, nml titling lor (luce liaun una half eating with chopsticks nml thinking inimhoe, which li a tori ol wiuo distilled from rlcf, hoi, In small lOMctiin. Thoro wnt a grail similar Ity hi the dlshos, llio principal being pork lat and garlic. Wo Imil birds' noit soup ml sharks' tins ; duck's tongues wcio alio among the delicti- cles of llio loblo. After every illih I ho host pledge you In a cup of in-. shoe, and tho right thing was toj empty auilturti ihecup upsldodowti ; but in a very short tlnio ono became : mod expert In spilling llio contents under tho table a most necessary precaution, as tho liquor was very strong. In tho middle of tho d Inner, pipes tvero hunduil about, and during tho wholo eutertiiliimunt llio singing girls equalled, mid tho wind liiRtru month bullowud hldlutisly.- Private kits? from China. A XSOMt...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 May 1877

HE TROY HERALD, . WEDXiL&DAY, MAY 2, 1877. TROV HEKALD. WKDNESt) i, ilAY 2, 1877. RATIS OP ADVUTItlNO. I square 1 lusertten, kMh additional Insortlon Administrator' Mptleet J Html Settlement Notices. .. J ruay NoUoes (shiRle stray) UHWI tfiM .-( Liberal deduction wlU bo atade to regular tdvertlscrs. A.iprtiinctita will take thi regular ran el tho psptr. Extra charges made far pre- lerred places. No ccrtWeate of publication will be made UnW such publlc.Vlon has been wa d for. Ihenon-fluscrvaaccoi im 7 the occasion of rom htroublo and actual lew. Our terms are I Cash advance, on sub- rtntions; can on ueincrj, ir jv 1IU casu OH uciuuiiui ivi mm Immense Bectlnc IX DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS AT NORTON & HARLAN'S. NKW MALUM ITEMS. Mr. Williams and daughter of Ken tucky aro vUltlng Mr. B. llardetty 1.1a cnii.lll.laW. Tito wheat crop lookt well In some localltloi. Tho Dutchman says if linn ltn. Mr. John Palmer of Star Hope ..illicit at our sanctum outhesotli jlo It ollclllnie eubicrlptio...

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