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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 November 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 8. TROY, MO., AVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1873. NO. 44 rUOY HERALD, WBMSIIRb BY FISIIEB fc MUDD, AT I.RO n Yoor In Alvniao. RATU OP ADVERTISING. I sittsr t lnertlon il 80 Bach additional Insertion,... Ad-nlnturatorft' Mittrca... ruui -eiiirincm .tuucvk 7 3 00 3 00 Mray Notices (xlntle stray) S 00 fsach additions! tray In Mime notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be mad to regular sflsertlsers. Ni certlllestc of publication will be made jbiII such publication hti been paid for. The non-observance of tliU rule has been shs oeeaslon of much troubl anil actual loi. COURT DIRIOTORY. Oinr;iT CnrmT. Klrtt Monday after the smrth Monday In March and September. Coiixty Cut' RT. Second Monday in rcb- wiry, Mar. Auxtirt, and November. Probate CotittT. Second Monday In January, April, July and October. LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. Tho Ladles' Library Club will give a sociable at the rcsidcnco oi uoi. Ilult next Thursday evening. Mr. Wm. It. w7iHoof East Troy :nlll, liuil tils rig...

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. — 5 November 1873

THE TROYHBRALD, FISHER tt MPDDubllftrc. TUOY, - - '1 saouRi. Tim evaporation Is effected 1y a?ljr the iroilui:t. of combustion . from tliu lire which heats thodVnllpe solution tliioiifli tliu Iliiuid w hlctty to m I'tuiioniteJ. ror this yurjm-c the flniiidtttliriiwii.Uii tn.lit turiii or thin sffuy,ly ij:iflHi vvluwls. Twelve mid ii lijdf potitail- of tho solution. Il Is sliitcil. tin1 evnpnratcil forewh poiim! of coal consumed. Tim carbonate of soda Is then subjected to long continued wash hu; in n ieeiillar apparatus until It U ill lor huriihu.Mind nt .fiiatelghty-llvc. percent, of the original quantity of the alkali Is re- iis lormer met noun oniy ncr- Curc of Dyspepsia. ! JVo know inoiv thlii oi)l lustarii-e w A Nrgro I'rolictiMM In Norlli t'urollna. The U'lhnliifiton (X. C.) Keening lt fiivsi About u mile above Brown .Marsh r. .....i I. a i .. .it mi I'.ii.tfi.i .ii. U SlillllUI "11 UIB HUMllli. v. llllt.1 .(..- , nhont two hunilred yards to the left of this "ltt',1 the n-eover...

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. — 5 November 1873

THE TROY HERALD, TltOY, MISSOURI. TKltVS: $1.50 IN ADVANCH. rci-soiiut mill Literary. MI- Annie ('. llowclls has become literary edilor of tli St. Louis Utvbc. Ml.s Agues, daughter of Ccnrral It. li. Lee, illiil recently nt Lexington, Va. General Grant has been appointed to deliver tin' unit Ion nt the next ro-uniou ol' (In AlMnl nl' llin 1iiiliiiLk.iin tTnliii t . Hrfckcuriilgc.it U said, con templates making New York his future resilience, nnu devoting himself to the practice of tin) law. -.I.H.McCull gh(" Muck"), once of the Chicago ll-piililU'iin, iiml later of tlx1 St. I.011N Dnmicnil. has now taken editorial ..I.......... III.. l I .,nt.i J..... George Francis Train snlied for Knr land again tin' otlirr day. never to return, ii lie says. " until the Ainerleau people Mill him hack to preside over the destinies of the n.illoti.' i Ml Nellie Wnlworth. daughter of ine late .muii-uciii nucy Walworth, ac companied her unele to Kuropc, ami Is wri in;,' plea-ant letters for a Saratoga...

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. — 5 November 1873

i TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, 1873. THEOi II. flail BR, JOS. A. mOBB, i Editors. Why don't some of those papors (hat aro otornally harping about tho formation of n now political party the death of the Democratic party And tho uiolessness of tho Ropublicnu party, present somo substantial roa toufor Umlr courso? This talk about the corruption of both parties, that otto la as bad as the other, and that both aught to bo avoided, Is all bosh If a new party is formed, wo would like to know where tho recti tit s aro to come from if not from ono of tho ex isting parties ; and if they aro so cor ruptand useless, would anew party iormedof tho aauio eletuonts answer any better purpose? This nonscuso nbout drawing tho honest elements from thoso parties in order to inako tho new one, is but silly argument .Doesn't erery ono know that if i parly is organized that portouds do Htructien to present parties, that nil the doniagagucs and tricksters will . ilowtolt itaturally as the water luaps ove...

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. — 5 November 1873

TROY HERALD . VHDNK8DAY, NOV. A, 1873. Appta Tree At lltiffaln Nunury will tic oll thlf fall frrih At I0 per hundred. on I'J avinilit time without Intercut, or I will fur nli ttve.i to rcet all that may die fur one jrtar at f2.M) raih pnr 100. n llackiuaii ft Sidle, manufacturer of mir liln and uranltu moiiiin.cjnn, tombitoic inanllta, c. St. Cliarlen, viler the people ui Lincoln eranty everything In their line oa Vx ttioitt rcaaonalile tcrmt, and RUarantci'd u ho of the hint fluidity and llnett work uianililp. 41 M.T. llrJUon Delia 4 poutidi ot Coffee for nnx dollar, aml 8 pounds of Sugar lor one aollir. (tdeel7 Lot winter roiiiu, mid drop Its now, blow It wind, and drupe the tree, roMfbuaho and i;udar III li-lflc who enren? J. 1. I.y autt hai Juxt rcci-ltcil a large stock of parlor and healing utoven, of the lateit Improve- maul! and iwint beautiful drlgu, and dc Ire lilii frirnds to call at lil hardware tre and examine them. ul Mpcclut Nsllee To all whom it may convent. We aro de...

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. — 5 November 1873

MISCEMjANX. h MM MILL. IV KA1K WTNAM OSIIOOD. On r the emu Ihe iuiUi ilroM down, Anil clitnim li On- Inrthrr bound, Creeping .iwuy to tin' distant liin, WIiIIh llw wind in' ine aalla Bui round and ruuml. 1 ' Ily day and nlt-hl hie the blind ItaWlU, . . Vroiii Iiimvi n's lniir aunt rs, with little limindi An empty tnmnl'ind Irom 111 1 1 to lull, White lht Wind In Uie. llU u;ruona3 rmiml. Only my mill und I lirtwrtni My iiiiiIhikI I iiml 11 -illikeii mound I llllW III.1IIV yeiir,AiUCll Itut Will ttrt nv Tin' wind In tlii'miH noes round anil round. The llvi-toiifT ttrmlilcit night before . , Whine I und nt.irieil Ilic ilMWitltu liotinill tbttlliil tin' lut' li mi Hie lurred-lii door, Wlille tin' wind hi 'tlie s.illn went round anil rutiinl. All nUht It m Vineil thminth the dark iiIhiiiI That smnetliliiir iiiiiviiI wllli 11 ni'iiihlMK miluil! Hut the M il j tint . audllieatiiiiuwimiitit, Ami tim wlml In the tail went lunml nil ruuml. llreloiiK nl-'lit I I'litiM not i-mI, Ami lule ami Io...

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. — 5 November 1873

Mental Diflfei-cilcrdr Men mid Wdmea. That ini'ii nml women nrn mentally nllk la u untrnii in that tlu'V nn! nllku bodily'. .Iiixtn certainly nx thi'V liaw iIivImiI ilHt'cn-ita-, "imllarly ri'laiutl to tin n"tic-llvi- part tlu-y jiluy in the maintenance of the mi!.1. HO ivriiilnlr lini'i, Hh.v tii'ihli,iil (lilli.'reniyx, friinllaiiy iclali'il to .llu-lr rc-J MM-i;iituMiiin.'4 in iie miring iwti proieo lion nf oir- ttinr. To !iiio(' that ulunjr Willi the lllillkeiie.xci hetueell their pa rental uctlvltk'-t there tin not jro unllkiv iie.xxeM ol nittitttl liieiiltlcx l to mtppoe that hen1 alone in nil nature then I no nil liKtinent ol' fpi.rlal powers toxpeeial liinu-. tlon. Two ulaxxe." ol tllnViviuvx oxl't be tween thu payellle. I, il.x between tliu ph.Vl e.il. Mi'iu'inrex of men ami women, which in-e holh ili'lerinhieil by the niiiiu I'nnila mental need adaptation to the paternal Mill lililtt'i n.ll tlllllex. Tin-Hr.xt ielol'ilit lereiiLvn l that which nMiltx I'roni n sonii w hat e...

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. — 5 November 1873

4 DMnriSTRATOR'S NOTICE. Rotlee I hereby gtrea taat letter of tanininnuoi went milH vo mo unaer eigaad by the Probate Court .of Lincoln county Mo., entlw estate of Sophia C. torrent, deceased, oa.tho IStb day of August, 1878. All paraon having claims agaiust Mid tat are required lo exhibit theni to the ed mlotitrator for allowance wltbln one year from the date of laid letter or they may be pre eluded from any benefit of said estate ; uirf if not ashlblteil within two years from the date of said letters they Will be forever octl ' I9AAC II. (WINDS, Adm'r. ' A DMtNISTUATOR'S NOTICE. XX. Notice Is hereby given that letter of administration were granicuioine unuor. signed oa the cstatoof Mumford Mack well deceased, by the Clerk of the Probate Court nr Lincoln county, aissoun, on ine iisi uay at Aumiat. I87S. All persons having claims against said as titeare reaulred to exblblt them to the ad mlnlstrator for allowance within olio year rrora tne aste or aaia letters ortney may no preclude...

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. — 12 November 1873

THE TROY HERALD. VI )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1873. NO. 45. TROY HERALD, PUBLISHED BT FISHER. Sc MUDD, AT ft,SO m Yotr In Adranoo. 1 snnira 1 Insertion ft M Bach additional liucrtloB 7ft Administrators' Nstlees S00 Final Jottlesaent Notlcoa SOO Mray Notice (slagta stray) J 00 mIi additional stray ta Mian notice , . 1 .00 Liberal deductions will bs mad to rstulsr eatrttsers. tin eertllcate of publication will be msde jatil such publication him bean paid for. The hou-observsaco of tbU rule has been tjks oestaslon of aiueh trouhl and actual Iom. COURT DIRtCTORY. OtactftT CotmT. Vint Monday after tba avarth Monday la Maroli and Heptember. County Court. Second Moadajr In Fob ssury, Mar. August, aud November, rnenaTB Court. Second Monday In Aaauary, April, July and October. I. o. o. w. Troy LodjtP No, 68 1. (). O. V. meet every Saturday night at thulr hall In tbo Wltlirow J. M. McLrlt.an, Sce'y. A. P. A A. M. Troy Lodge No. 84 A. K. A. M. meets laturday night on or before ...

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. — 12 November 1873

TROY llEtf&faD WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12, 1873. IV WE KNEW 4f we knor tb woo oiidearacliev j " M'altlng fsr.usdoan .the road 5 , 111 ur,llpcouUltartotlie.wonhw'00d, If our back'ileuld feci tlie load, "Would wc wkSlo to-day In wishing ' ' Vnr a Wolild wowalt In such Impatience. I n r orur ships to como rrom sea r i . . . i JfwcWw the mdiy finder ' ''" PreMrtajpunit the window-pane, ' VouWlioooldwditWito-morrow , ,t vcr troublous again; , Would tlio bright eyes of our .darling , X'atch tbo frown upon our brow t Would the prlntjif rosy lngr Vexustlicn ostuey oViiowf ' .Ah, Ihesc llttlo IcedUl Anger,. , How they point our memories back To tlio nasty WordVand actions i fetrr wn aloug our backward truck 1 " ' .How those llttlo hand remind u, .Aslnsaowy grace tiey lie, ( Not to Kattcr,tuorua but roses , For our reaping bynidrJj ! Stmigawe never prize the muile Till the MYcet-volcod bird has (town? Siraigo that wo slwuldsllglit the violcta Till tlio lovely flower are gone. Strange that summer ...

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. — 12 November 1873

mE TBOYlHEBAI;I,(KQEMBEB12: 1873: or nt Icoit ho thought 10, with corn. ''Tills is Mvcctly coitrteoiisof you. I am sure," sho said in hor clear, cold toijcs; ."hut I wuut to understand you jierfcctly do you ask mo to ho your v i f o hccttuso you lovo tno with a lovo that would chooflo mo out of all tho wrirhl ; or because, nfor bur, imdcr ftt'niidlug iu tho wnst, honor constrains you ?" I "It is Into in tho. day to ntk that question," ho said, with what liidiij limit manhood ho could Htiinuion, ''now tlmt'you havo been my proirir iscd wife for fotir years." Shu smiled ti mnllo which prom ised him no convolution. "Well, I will change- thq condition?, t licit. , I am no longer your nrutuUuu wirp. (I Withdraw every pledge-' J ever made, you. Now, if you seek !tio, it iuiist ho nfrcbh. You havo thought iiiq a cold woman; but I, tell that any , mail would marry nib at his lerjl who.'couhlnotglvo mo tho titter niost lovo of Ids heart. It would ho a, treason I could never forgive. I should...

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. — 12 November 1873

THE TROY HERALDNOVEMBER 12. 1873. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1873. MS. A. nttB J FISTKMBBB ELECTIONS. Election In lovcrnt of tlio states last week aro Rtlll encouraging to ilio Democracy. Now York, horetoforo Republican, hm turned up n routing loalorlty of about 16,000 for tho Dcm- ncratio party, and that, too, when it was supposed that tho Tammany frauds, the odium of which It had to carry, would greatly rotard Its pro gress; but it seems the groatuoss of that municipal plundering dwarfed before tho greator national and gen eral plundering that has character ized the Republican party. Mary land sweeps right along, and lays all her former Domocratie victories In tho shade by a grander ono now. California and Kansas, formerly Re publican, have been carried by tho anti-Monopolists, which Is only De mocracy uiidor another name. Wis consin ami Illinois too, como under (bib head ; and Virginia has gone con servative and defeated President Oram's favorite If tho victories in theso s...

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. — 12 November 1873

THE TBOY HERALD, NOVEMBER 12, 1873. . CM RBEbMltatlilVCK. Millwood, Oct., 1878. TZUtori Iferatd: Slnco my return from Texas Inst summer I have been qncsttoiicd no much concerning tlio vlltnntu, soil, productions and ttetioral vlmraetcrlstics of that beautiful nnd rich country, that I have concluded to write, for publication, a brief but vuruful sketch of It, or rathor of that jiorllun of it which I visited. This was m-luclnnllv the county of Lamar. and, ns 1 consider it a representative vount v or turn part or ino ntato com uionly culled "Northon Texas," I ahull cotitino inysoir oniireiy to it consw cratlon. Lamar is In tlio northern tier ot counties. It eontnlns nluo hundred squaro miles, boliur thirty itillcs In length and the same in width. Itcd river flows ulttig two sides of it, botitutlntf It on the north and cast. Tlio Biilnliur Fork washes Its south t'i-n line. These two rivers and the many si roams wJilch rise from living springs, innKO hum an exceedingly well'Wuterca count...

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. — 12 November 1873

1 r v,.-rt't'"WA"rr vti "1, '.T 5 A DMINlSTltATOU'S NOTICE. XJL. Notice ti hereby glrcti that leltcrtpf iiiiinMiMiminin wmo Rrawcn 10 mi- nnui-o li;ncd liv the I'robnto Court of Lincoln ... t. it ........... I'liiiiuv .mi., muni. I'finin til .jn 11 iinin liiiiu Id Tciml rto l-JRulax 6f AuxusM&l. 'A laii; io-o rciurcu 10 cxiiioh mem 10 me nu nihltrator for.Wlowanro Within one y,6Y irniii tlin dale df jmld Wtw i or tile may L'o precluded from twfcihcurty of estate; mill If nut nxlflblted wltblnUvo Vcamrom the dato ,or cald letter tkey Wllt.fte fore)r W ' ii. bVirtt; &f -ry XX Nntirnlahprtby ffWfiUlnrt -fetlN of itiliuililMriiiioii wcro Kini'icu 10 imt miner signed on tli estate of Miiinrunl lllackwrll iliTPnscd, by the Clerk or the l'robato Court r Lincoln county, Mlurl, mi Mie 2Ht ilu.V All pcruu liavinff i-Ulm againM. anld es tate art rcanlredfocxntblt'tlictntotlie. ad ministrator for' nllowamo within une year" I'rriiu Hut date of said Idlers or they may lio precluded from i...

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. — 12 November 1873

.--,...--..-.... -.MLiutw-r w.f..i'-urvMW..- wnmwm- i-1.'w..it;OKiCT-f .wnr M('iu r I' I f 'it li ' f i I 'r'" ,,HtT lui'itl i 'inn' m. m . t. im. Li kill ,i v j i i D.1RI.IHO. T tr a i I . Ono lltttn niotnrntiiioTcrMaiut ; Due llttlo wlilper moro ' ""yVfSSt catntlmliiitlove, Mud? Ami (In 1 rlxhlly (jiicm 'TU iilciiunt to your enr, Maud f O darling, tell mc yea ! The liunlcn of my licnrt, Mali il Tliimi'n IIMtanienrfottll : 'I'licru'it Inngunttcln n mjjIi, Mum! uau'tiat'Miinfvc: 1 Ti f Ml foi liuiuf jT'fi.'if.vaH or a aoi Wholesale and Retail Qaaiare in CAS AND COAL-OIL PIPE AND FITTINGS AMI u uiiriuitf, leu ino yos I SI v eve? hitva told mv love. Maud : My Him refused to apeak. )TiiMr)lch tnftW -1 iMl.l V .... I j 1 1 Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fit tine in all their .Branches. Estimates and' Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixtures U light. iivi:fifiii. HOTELS and - STORES. Gas Machinesput up to light ,okais-wirK in ukligiox. public buildings, and warran Ttcv. Dr. Chopin nnd f...

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. — 12 November 1873

THE TKOY HERALD, NOVEMBER 12, 1873. TROY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12, 1873, isatiea. I iih to call your attention to the fact that the law requires the colloetor to collect every tax or tako an oath that he was unable to find any per kunal nroncrty outof which to make tlivtax; that wo property Is exempt irom taxes ana that the collector may Mftcr the lot day of Dsccnibor, pro ueod to levy and tell on ten daya notifies mid that If the number of de linquent! are large, oil the 1st day of Dcci'tutor I shall bo compelled, in order to save myself, to toiumencu collecting by law and saloj and that i hu expenses (wlll come out or tbo taxpayer and which era tho sumo as Sliorlfl's fees. Itcmembcr also tho psualty, whloh is 6 per cent, for 1st mouth, 10 per cent for the 2d, aud two pur cent, additional for each mouth thereafter. n!5 W. W. SHAW, collector, . ftaadar tcliMl CsNstaisilM Tho Montgomery county Sunday school convoutlou will hold its next htcsslon ut Jbnesburg, November 14th uiid 16th...

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. — 19 November 1873

THE 4i Y ,f hi' .il i 1 i-J- 'II ' TJ 111 J I J i i tlL.,'8: TROY, MO,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1873. SO. 40. , . ' t- I li.' I ! f. I ,4 1 'y.l I II I - "T" II" !l I . I I -, . w i iiii . 'A . ,nnmma iiflmttAk-j ami i :nnmv itcmi. i nn iminwinr I IV BL. M iA ' I ' MBTITWITK WAlFa I m V WaTOaTVa WAWt I w -. - " .- - 1 XJ. Hi JTV .1. XJ AA J . ni.. ' '' n" t.t.''.J uU'unii.m.n i..'iilnl(ha r.rlhlriAI 'UMir 'ftf ha aMn(v 'ciu.a, y . itw. m MHMHiiim wim vim rare .:.:r.:s' ::a.r .i.; ::. WBias .. 1 I" Y.Ti""' . i"'w InT ! . " I - ' T . asked 1 LQUIMftpifOflMfti -rr'-!-T ' , . , i ,-T-nn . MkOdUA Bt, OUIS.i.erfOttoWt, 'l eat.no a "Vear Is AldyAamoe. Jwr of ,our reader renumber the We at last found eae and Inquired If The clerk was ordered to certify to ' , '."i. exoltemeat created Iti thU place on date .altednltn. Ho-dld not the coihtdUildneri of the Deaf end MTIIQF AOVIHTIUNO. , , fl'JM'tt 90.bf, know ato tfktftft: ft frteta'd'had told Dun Minn ibft Ksielte Soger., a inif, I iSleSon"! 1...

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. — 19 November 1873

r-r TROY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1878. Original. THAT VAVr t.Utlo wilful tbeughu.are plodding hack o'er HcrtV" trodden plain, Searching for tho nullnut sunbeams, Colling o'er the flowers agaln, Whleb ate ever shining, Mowlag, On It" bright, enchanted way, l.lka present, living pleasures, , Si they did upon itAT HAY. And.awoag the Bitting sliedowe i That will ever coma awl go ; Uko the flaky cloud that, panda, ta-t tholr light and slisitcsbelow, ( , a qucnly Conn unfolding, TAke the Muili of Jnormng' ray j 'Twill never bo lex beautiful Tbah It those upon that day. A. lha picture irrow lutensor, Arn thone voice that I heal1, Which aru 'rnuad MM softly whlfp'rlng, Drawing nearer and mure near t Ye, tha ollfo la returning With It rbeoeave and Its May, When hut Miehnw deep those bluhcs, A they were upon that day.- i hrun years and more of Joyoiuness, . Of a smoothly-gilding life, Have ou Mern'ry's Plain been stranded Nlnro tint I called her VV , And alltthicliccitb daughter. That doe ...

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. — 19 November 1873

c ; , i " Hj A Mae! rr Kill MM Bami ktart, tlMSt IkHM HlwiUn A correspondent of U, 8t. li'ouU Jiepbtii'd writing fro-n, BdonvUle, Mo., uudo&date of the iOtli Inst., re latos the folio Win horrible trngtly ': Friday nio.rnfng 6ne of thoso lerrl Vte tragedies that now and then shock ocloly, ooourrod at Pilot Grove, in Mill county. resulting In the death bf two yonhtf and estimable, peoploojf . . . . i i .1 ' ' ti il.i mat, v.oiMiy, as appears sua y.ouug gentleman named Honry ttoe, f uoit respeetablo parentage, had fer sr'vcar bast 'been tiavliia Iitsad drcsity to3dlM JuTolllo.Wallon, a beau tlrui and' accomplished young lady ofislghteen, but without avail. Mad denod'Hid' en raff nil at what lib con tefvea ib blll-treotracnt at tho bands "of ,'licrd(a'fh$r, who opposed the mbIoij of the young peoplo on reasonable grounds, ho yesterday armed himself Md'so'ugh. her 'company early lu tlo woruliitf. fUusu'spectiug.any danger, audi luaooeut of any Intontle'u lo Wofnid hW,6 ardotitsuicoj...

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. — 19 November 1873

I TROY HERALD, WKDXE8DAY, NOV. 18, 1878. m, nama-at. 1 SMttafa. The war for Cuba's Independence from Spanish rule prog restes with a dogged determination on the part of ilia insurfente. uo how ana men some horrible atrocity forces the an happy, struggle upon the attention of the world. The last and meet eicic entnff of these atrobitles. ' ana one which demands the Immediate atten tton of our gorernment, has Just been onaotsd at Santiago do Cuba, under the manaf eihent or tho Spaulsh au t herltles. A whole ship's erew nuir doredln eold blood shot down like so many beeves 1 The Vlrglnlus, an American vessel, loaded with supplies for the Insur gents, , and having on .board several insurgent generals and a number of volunteers, was rocently run dowu and captured by the Tornada, a Span- UK man-of-war, although alio was tarrying tho United States flsg and tailing In American waters, Iter ' ;jLsg was hauled down by tho Tornado nnd the captured vessol taken to Ban tlago, where all on board ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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