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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL.12.' TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAY 9, 1877. NO. 19. TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BIT FISHER Ac CO., AT CM. SO n Year ts Advunco . LOOAL AN COUNTY HIWS. Dock beorput in an appearance hero ou the 1st. Mrs. Brevatorl vlsltlng.hcr daugh ter, Mrs. Creech. lialllgtit inches In clrcumferenco (ell at Louisiana on the 27th ult. Tho shootlnggallesy has boon tho scene of attraction aud sensation for the last few days. WooUolk & Hand will pay tho highest market price for Corn, Da ou aud Lard. Our correspondent will confer a favor by sending In reports of the fruit, grain and tobacco prospects. Tho rain for the nsst week has greatly deterred the work ou Mess. Crow and Woolfolk's now buildings. A large stock of flats and Dnnls and Shoes ut the Dry Good Headquar ters. C. W. 1 ARK Kit fi Uo. N. M. Shclton, Esq., of Lancaster, Mo,, Is visiting friends and relatives licro. Nat is looking remarkably well. The amateurs will probably glvo an oiiiortalnincut ou Friday, the loth, Furth...

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. — 9 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDffkSDAY, MAY 9, 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY. MAY 9, 1877. NONIl Ok' THIS JIKAttT. They limy till forever of worlds of bloom, Jleyoud Hi-' Me tuul beyond the tomb Of ttif nwect repose mid the rapture there, 'I lint are not louiid In llio wm-ld oli-aic. Jtlit not to me villi tlia present ecm Uke n foolish tale or mi idle dream. Oh ! I know that the bowers of heaven nrc fjlr, And I Know that tho water of life nrc there; And I do not long for their happy How, While there bur.-t stall fountains of blUs below; And lvould not leave, '.for the rest above, The fulttiit bo'om'oririntlnglovc! There are tinsels here they are ctn the while In each love-lit brow nuleui:1i gentle Millie There aro seraph lolees tint meet the ear, In the Kindly Voice and the word ofi-hecr. And light, Mieh light n liny nave above, I'.eutn on ui licri Irolii the oj ei ot love ! Vit, when It eonictli my time to die, J would turn from this liljit world will-Ingly- TliiiUfdi. even then, would the tho...

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. — 9 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. MAY 9. 1877. RAMBLKt IN CWHBTAWTIWUPLK. t'rsa the Nate Ink mt an AnerlcaM In Turkey AMntMe4)l's Time. From tlio New -York Sun. At a matter-of-fact traveller, I taw from I ho deck of a steamer a mass of mall wooilen housos, closely-packed, ml of dingy pink color, rUIiiff on loop hills on both tlclci of the Don thorut, with the dome and minarets of tnoiquci of tho dirty gray atono Interspersed. At tho louihern end, on tbo Astatic aide, nil a longdls tued aeragllo of a former Sultan, sur rounded by very tall and pointed ce dars, which con trailed picturesquely with Ita aeveral domci. Myself and luggage wore taken on shore In a calquo. Ati acqualntanco landed from another caique ut thesamo tlmo. Xo Custom e House officers troubled in. Dare-legged Turks, in baggy breeches, fly jackets, and red fez cups, took our valises, and we trumped to ward a hotel. The slightly frequen ted streets, near tho water, was of the width of Nassau street, without its sidewalks, ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 May 1877

THE rilOY HERALD, -WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 1ST?, TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 0, 1877. rtiuo. it. rimiKR, I tv.T.viivunu.iB. I Ed Iter. Tho Frost-Motcalfo cmo goet to the state (Uircmo court. tn Now York and France, four men to ono woman commit suicide. A three foot vein of coal has boon discovered beneath tho city of Omaha. England hat declared nor neutrality in tho ponding conflict botwecen Rut si a and Turkey. Tho Prlnco and Princess of Wales oro lo visit Iho United Slatei In the winter of 1878-9. Col. Thomas Wcntworth Iliffstu ton, one or the old Abolltlcnlsts.soys Hayes' policy It nil right. Tho poor can afford to glvo the one cent advance on a loaf of bread, If I hey got rlenly of work and good l'ay. Alexander li. Stephens argued a oio tn tho supromo court on the 30th nit., tho first tlmo for a number of yoart. Tlio Iiiack Hills country U said to 1)0 lirzelv ovorratod. Thousands of t'ia pooplo there are in a state of des titullon. Tho Democratic Jackson associa lion of Washington unan...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 May 1877

THE TBOY HERALD WEbNE&DAY. MAY 9, 1877. Tho City Hotel In Fulton liiirnnl on mediate tale a atlprtrc. Common native the lit Inst. i atoektrannrifclrujr rrVth'fdO04,auil falrn ttte feeding, steers, it."! 00 per 10) lbs. ' The Itc(bl!cni curried Indianitpo Iteff t attle as' stated' nbW were In stronjc lis by majorities from five to fifteen Inquiry and roller xvte flftn In their view litimlreil. mi tlm 2d lint. 1 will buyers" (mil to pay their prices. We From forco of habit as well J) ro il Itpoilt Ion I ho cai pot-bag correspon dents In South Carolina and Loolil ana will keep on lying. The Prcililont aald to aume promt tienl Isrealltei, who aiked that pro toctlon he oxtomleit to their raco In i ))!M,on )l01f( jioumauin, mat no wouni no wiihi no could to comply wllh thrlr wlihei. Atttoriiey-Gonoral Derena rofuaea to recommend Iho pardon of Joyce. McKcp, McDonald, and a few othcra wero fortuuato In being on good tormi with ex-Prealdent Grant. Wo don't know of any reason why Mr. Haye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 May 1877

THE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 0, 1877 ijl X KCt TOIl'S NOTICE. No! I re ,LLt I hereby jrlveii that letter teMaiitnn. lari- wcru granted to the undersigned liv Probate court l Lincoln count v.Mn.. nn the hxtato of Haiilel Khnler, deceased, on the -.-jm tiny or August, in.it. Person lint lug claim against nld estate nrc required to exhibit them tu the executor for allowance within oiin year from the date of Mid letters, or they tuny he preclu ded from any benefit of said estate. nuO II not exhibited within two year they will bp loretrr oarrcu. .iai. i . niAii.r.n i iv . JM,l.. VI VI I I ,.,, A DMIXISTItAI OR'S NOTICE.- J. Notice I hereby given that If tiers ol administration with will annexed wpro emitted to tho undersigned on the ctutc of Mary C. Turner. dee'd. hy the I'robate court of Lincoln county, Mo., on the I4th l ly of .lanuurj. 1877. v Persons having elalm against xnltl estate uru required to exhibit ttit'in to the adm'r tor for allotvaure within one year from tin IrtiA nl...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAYO, 1877. Neeslofaa AtaNcmsnt. IJoacph Cook' Lecture Tlicro arc very few mon in tho world who lay Hint t deserter when do coinei'back should bo Iron led at though ho had not dosorted. It can not bo that a ileierter from Uod eliotitd bo treated Just as thonglt ho had uover bcon a dciertcr. It li not in your coniclonce to tuy that. It U nut truo to lay Hint Lndy Macbeth nitty got up In tho night, mid by tho tnu ufa lllllo water clour herself of nil tho blood on hor handa. William Hhakspearo soyi tho did ruo and waih her hands onrt yet called out ttltcrwird, "All the norfuuici of Ara bia won't clean thin littlo hand." Where Is tho religion that will wash Lilly Macbelh'i red right baud? Thero aro ityloi of religion that nf flrni that when wo aro reformed we aro washed. Shaksponro didn't lay thai Lady Mnckbclli hud Ictrucd to loatho her crlino, had gone Inaaiic about It. Ncvcrtelesi the fell the cpot wat Mill there, and si t II after washing alio cried, Out ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 May 1877

THE ntOY EtERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1877. TROY jlEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 0, 1877. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I square 1 Inserttsfl, $1 M Kneh additional Insertion 76 Administrators' Notices 3 W HnaMcttlc went Notices i! (HI Mrf Notice (slnglo stray) .a 00 r.Mh additional stray In same notice. . 1 00 UbcrtI deductions wilt lie made to regular rdvorilsers. Advertisements will tnkc tlio re&itlur run of tho ptpcr, Extra charges umde for pre ivri'tJ place. No ccrtltloate of puhllcAtlon wilt be made Until such publication has been paid for. I he noii-ob-ervaneo or this rule bus been the occasion of much trouble and actual loss. Our terms are t Cash in advance, on sub tlptlons; rash on delivery, lor Job work lid cash on demand, for advertisements. MmmeAse Decline IX DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ' AT NORTON & HARLAN'S. COL'.VrY RAILROAD BONDS. beclmoM of the United Stales District Court tu Iks Malik coumr Case. Prom the SI. Louis Times.l Tho following important opinion nt to tho validity of bonds...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MQ., MAX 16, 1877. NO. 20 TROY HERALD. PUBLianiD BY FISHER & CO., AT C$1. SO a Year tsa Advnnon . LOCAL AND OOUNTY NEWS. As tue sto to iresst vie learn that the Court' has de cided to test the legality qf the bonds. A happy family The Pike county odlten. Mr. Henry Wlthrow bat been quite ill for several weeks. Eld. William Meloan la how pastor of.tho Cbriatlau church at Bruus wick. All kindi of Summer Gooda now opening at the Dry Goods Ileadquar tors. C. W. PARKER & CO. May 15. 1877. Mln Emma Ackorman ol Mound City, IllinoU, It here on a vlilt to her brother's family. The Catholic church has bean iioally papered and praienta an ele gant appoaranco, Internally. The quarterly meeting of the Christian churches of Lincoln and l'lko counties Is now in session in Louisiaua. Attention la called to the advorttse- mo tit ol Mr. T. G. Sydnor'a llrery stable. Tout keeps good rigs and borsos, and his prices are reasonable. Our representativ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 May 1877

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY II, 1677. How Reuben Was Saved. 1IY 3. T. THntVtmiDCIR. Mr. Lluwooil, an old merchant of Hnttrn, csrylng on a largo linporlliig wholcsalo and retail drygootls busi ness, vitltcd one day, somo fifteen ycara ago, a brother merchant In a suburban town. At he wat patting through tho merchant's slorc, liUeyo foil upon a roll of foreign loco exposed for ialo. Ho gave It a icrutlnlzlng glance, paused, and for a moment up. pcarcd to bo qulto abicnt'inliidcd. Then, recovering hluuclf, he made some coldest remark, and passed on lo the counting-room. After Irant acting tho business which bad brought htm there he said, as bo rose lo lako leave : "Mr. Ames, perhaps yon noticed that I looked rather closely at a piece of laco on your middle counter, as I catno it,. Thalls a very peculiar kind of lace. Are you aware of the tact i" "I hadn't thought much about It," replied Mr. Ames. "I don't know so much about laces as you do." 'Tertians I know as much about them as any o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 May 1877

THE TllOV HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1ST?: tiik rir-rit vHimR mr rats tOUMTII RHKOr JHII(r4IL'L.fc. New IIopk, Hay, 6th, 1877. Anil It came to pas that when Bumbo ivHin hundred years old, and Kullicr tlio fraud, of tho Iriboof Hayes, began to rule, Ihore wero many men of nrnu In the cltlci, Columbia and New Orleans. Now the first of these cities I In tlio country that li far to the south cuit, that It on the ocean, and tho sec ond Is In the laud far towards the South, which land is In tho shapo of furiilttiro, oven In tho shapo of a :halr, and Is called the laud of tho Pelican. Now Hie cause of the multitudes of men of arms In theso cities was on this wlio. On tho seventh day 5)1 (he eleventh month of tho eighth year of tho reign of III rain, the Useless, (he son of Jesse, It behooved tho peo o of thoio countries to choose unto themselves governors. And Cham bor tho lain, and Packard man, of the tribe of l hem that carry the bag, cvon tho curpat-bag, tho llrst In the laud far toward...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 May 1877

THE rHOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY ltf, 187?; TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1877. tii no. i FlftHfcH. I t. Tiiuft.no, i E4ltrs. The Missouri Teaohera Association will holil Its nest teuton at Sedalia, June 20, 2 and 28. Tho l'crinanont exhibition opened til Philadelphia on the 10th. The president nud cabinet graced tke oc cailon. Hnyct It appointing a uutnber of Blaine's frlcndt to! office. Thui lie will overcome hlicnetnlci with kind' lies?. Strategy, my boy.; Gov. Nlchoili appointed Pinchbeck a member ol the tchool board of trut tcci. Thlt wat not entirely lalisfac- lory to McltolV aupportora. Mrs. Sarah A. Thompson of Ten nosice litis been appointed clerk in tho treasury department. During the war she wat a tpy and hoipttul mi t ic. Prof. Riley, tho chief of Ilia Ka tloual Kntoniologlcal commission, who hat been examining tho grata hoppers in Texas and Kansas, sayt he thinks I hero It no danger from their ravages. The commltloo of arrangement! tor memorial day decided that the SOt...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. MAY 16, 1877. IMPORTER WI10CESALE (316 RETAIL, FtuiultUu Avenuot MBS. J. S-AJEIEIOCT, Denier In Mllllneiy. Human Hair, Fancy Goods, Etc tOMIINOS OR TANGLED HAIR MADK INTO ANY STYLE. Hair Dnneanm a Specialty. The CHEAPEST and most RELI ABLE Houso ill ST. LOUIS MO. GNew Hardware Stored j. a. mxlky W. E. 8LASO TROY HE ALD FINI,ET,SLASON400, JOE KUMBERA LIVE STOCK Hai opened a new Hardware, Stovo and Tlnwaro Store In Troy, and will furnUh anything In this lino at Commission Merchants. JOB AND NEWSPAPER Prices that Cannot be Underbid, Union and West'n Stock Yards, Kit. ZjouIri, Mo. National Stock Yards, BUY THE PRINTING ESTABLISHM'T tSnmt tst. X.oulsj. IlllnolM 'SUPERIOR' COOK STOVE, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST, Address all communication in llnlm Stock yard. Stock nold at ull the yards. uiui-nu nuranecH uiauo ou loumgniucms. lllll ESTABLISHED 1849. OPFICE or HOUSTON & CO., EXCLUSIVB COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 304 N. Commerolal St., ST. LOUIS, MO. Troy Mills ! Th...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. MAY 16. 1877. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.-Notlcc l hcrly given lint letters testamen tary were granted to tbe undersigned tiy l'rulmte court ol Lincoln coitnly.Mo,, on the estate of Daniel Kinder, deceased, ou the Slil dny of August, 1870. 1'iTcoii. having claim against said estate are required to exhibit them to the executor lor allowance within onu year from t lie ilnte of mIiI letter, or they inny bo preclu ded from nny bcncllt of said estate, and If not exhibited within two year they will lio forever barred. .INO. T. KIMl.KR ) v- . Juti.1l C. W. KIMLKlt, r ADMIXlSTItA'l Olt'S NOTICE. Notice Is hereby 'itcn that letter ol luimlulstratloii Willi will annexed were granted to the uiiderli;ticd on Hid estate of Mary 0. Turne r. dee'd. bv thu Trobaie I'uurt of l.iacntn county, Mo., on tho 14th div of .limitary, 1877. Persons having claim nsnlnst said cstste are reipiircd lo exhibit uem to the ndtn'r mr tor allowance wiium one jcar irom tn date ol said letter, pr tho...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1877. II gkl t lUcb. From tlie Ilirlfonl Tlim .1 It U announced by a rcuotit tele gram from Washington originating apparently from ioiho new friend of tho exprci!dent that Oen. Grant la not j ot decided where lie will lomlc, mid may y.ot select Waihlngton tit stead of Gulciia ; and It Is added that "Gcu.Grant,lntcal of being wealthy, is a poor man." If lie Is, the fact In illcates that ho Is a thriftless man. Ho has) certainly had money enough or property enough, since his singu lar riso to public position, to have made him rich, llo has had presents enough to enrich any man, oven in Uouses alone. Tho homo presented to hi in hi Washington, about thotimo of his election, by his wealthy admir ers, he not long afterward sold to his friend, Dowou, for $40,000. Subse qtiontly he, to uo a coarse but cx presslve colloquial phrase, on hearing of a bolter odor, "backed nut' of that bargain, niter It had all been ,inado and legally completed, and again sold...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 , 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, W77. RATES OP ADVERTISING 1 square 1 Insertion tlsn auamonm iiiihbbu Administrators' Notices rlual Settlement Kotlcea Mray Notices (slnglo stray) fcm.1i additional strhy In wuao notice, . 3 00 3 00 a w I 00 Liberal deduction! will be made to regular sdvcrllsers. Advertisements will take the regular run of tlic paper, Extra charge made for pro f erred olaccs. No certificate of publication will be made Until suih publication ha been paid for. i ho non-observance of this rule ha been ........ inn nf mtii-h irnuliiA nun actual Ian". .vf". . ... .. .- v . , Our terms are: Cash In advance, on sub- ilpttoiis; canh on delivery, for jod worn nil cash on demand, lor advertisements, NEW HOPS. Mr. Will Thornhlll hat been atrlf lnir to set a house to start a aaloon here. Messrs. Foloy Ss Notion haro pur chased tho corner home lot No. 1, at 6 ISO. Mr. John N. Daskett baa gono to Springfield, III., to study phytic, tin tier...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAY 23, 1877. NO. 21 TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BY FISHER fe CO., AT raM.OO it Year la Adranon . LOOAL AND COUNTY NEWt. The next regular session of the 8t. Charles diitrlct conference of tbe If. E. Church, South, will bo held In CUrksvllle on tbe Slit hut. Mr. A. 8. Buchanan returned from St. Louis Utt Saturday, and willglve the light of hie gonial countenance to our town during the heated term. MOKE NEW GOODS arriving (hit week at the Dry Goodi Headquar ten. C. W. PARKER & CO. May 16, 1877. Mr. P. G. Shelton'a short horn calf, Duko of Lincoln, aged loventeen months, waa weighed at thia place fast Thursday. It turned tbo beam t 1,360. An exchange taya; "Look out for thoio fifty-dollar conterfott bill." What for? We never expect to havo one of them tlirutt at ua. That'i more money than we ever get hold of at one time. The attention of our readers It dl reeled to tbe advertisement of 'ffcat excellent blacksmith, Mr. Aug, Kuhno. Ho is...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 May 1877

THE TTLOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 28 , 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1877. Maggie Ryan. "But just let mo slay until morn Inir. ma'am. It la cold, dreary and dark along the roud, nnd, Indeed, I've no place to go but Widow Yarrow't, and thal'a miles awny." So pokoniad, worn-looking wo man, atnitdlng on tho threshold of a other voice. "Goon witu your work, well-to-do formor's house, Just as tho Jim. Tho train wilt be along lu tlf last rays of lliclit woro lading from teen mlnutea. Up with that rail, the evening sky. t Hi J We'll havo them this time." Tho person she spoke to-a large "Hold your tongue, fool," said tho woman in a bright, flowered dress Aral voice. "You're hair drunk. 1 and white apron tho mistress of the tell you I thought It was a step." house, turned awny pettishly. I And now Maggie, who had sunk "You camo at night, Mugglc, it flnt upon tho ground, knew nil. Those teem to me, and you can go at night, who whispered near her were train. You don't suit. I never saw ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 May 1877

THE TROY HEftAU), WEDNESDAY. MAY 23. 1877. MbTHINU SJOCTHUSSH, jotl DaAls I-lrtag la Hstlresatat Rear MakiU, eatalare la the s?rearallaa His Memoirs. ICor. Chlesgo Tims. MoniLB, Ala., April 2th. It I only now and then tlmt too ex-presl-Oont or tho Into Confederate States. Mr. Jefferson Davis, figures In tho newspapers, and It has been charged lhat "evey time ho opens lilt tneath do nuls liu foot In It." Uut I met litm a fow day ago and heard him miiko a short speech which, alto gether, will do to go on record to hi credit. It was on the occasion of n visit to Mr. Davis by (be Leo Bencv- lent Association of this city, and was iimdo in response to nn address by Major W. T. Walthall, president of tho association, In Introducing too visitors In a body. Mr. Davis Is, ami has been for somo time, residing at "Beauvolr," Miss., thq residence of Mm. Sarah A. Dorsey, on the (iulf coast, between this city and Now Or- leans, whero ho Is engaged In prepar ing, with the assistance of Major W. T. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. MAY 23, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 38, 1877. 'J-llfcO. D. VIM! KB, I Mt.. Secretary Sherman says he wlH not compromise with tho Chicago Willi key ring. Chamberlain will engage In tho practice of law In New York. Will it mako him a better man ? Mr. Gladstone's aitl-Turklsh rendu lions lu tlie British parliament were defeated by a insjorlly of 181. If Blalno goes into a fight with the president ho will likely find himself wearing a blonily shirt, mro enough. In a recent Interview Chamberlain spoke In complimentary, terms ol Governor Hampton's administration. Curious. m.- .in. a i i i ... m On tho lOil), forest tires were raging irom Wisconsin to Maine, destroying somo liven r.nd a vast amouut of property. Mr. Grant li:iuonc to Europe, lie liail the "chilli" bad before lie loft lie I very much in need of a cbango of climato nnd ilicl. Col. Ferd. Meyer, who was shot at Waiiculoii about threo months ago, lias been improving lately, ami will be out.in a...

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