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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 May 1877

THE ntOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1877; IMPORTER WHOLESALE f1 R KETAIL Franklin Avenue. MBS. J. BARRON, Dealer In Mllllnenf, Human Hair, Fancy Goods, Etc COMBING OR TAHCIUBD HAIR MADff INTO ANY STYLE. Hair Dressing a Specialty. Tho CHEAPEST and most RELI ABLE House in I ST. LOUIS, MO. I HOUSTON & CO., EXCLUSIVE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, C0O.1TY ORANOK HIOCKKUINGI. Editor Herald i A rtgular quar terly meeting of Lluceln Coiiuiy grange woi held at the court bouio, the 16ih and 16th Inst. A majority of the tub-grange were represented by their ableit and belt men. Uro. Eth Laugh, tnaitor of the State grange, was In attendance, adding much to the Inlciclt of the mooting, lie alio delivered a public lecturo on tho 16th nt 11 o'clock a. m. Eighteen appli cant! were Initiated In tho flltli de gree, being the flrat candidate! ever regularly initialed in thli degree in the county. Delow are the report! of executive and other committees: We, your cominltteo appointed to tnaku arrangement lor...

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. — 23 May 1877

THE ntOY HERALD, W1SDXESDAY, MAY 23, 1877; EXECUTOK'S NOTICK.-Xot1co I hereby given Hint letter testamen tary were granted in the nndcr-lgncd by i J'rnhatr court ol Lincoln county, Mo., on the Into ni' Daniel Kinder, deceased, on tliu 1!21 tlnv of August, 1KT(I. I'crson Ihk claim ngalnMsald estate tire required to exhibit them to the executor lor allowance wltliltt one year from the date of said letter, or they tuny be preclu ded I roin any iienetlt of said estate, and If nut exhibited wltliln two year they will bo lovever banco. JNO. 'J'. KIMIXU 1 ,-K r. jmiMi o. w. kim i. nit, xri1' ADMlNISTIt At OR'S NOTICE.. Notice I hereby lilvcn that letters ol administration villi will aiincXcil were ersmted tothi! undersigned on the estate of Murv C. Turner. doe'd, ly tli I'robatc ( unit of Lincoln county. Mo., on the Mill f .... .... U" (,.l 1)1 .laoiuii.. 101 1. l'er.nns having claim n-aliist ssld estnti hit i'ciiurcil to ex hi Wit tnem to tin adm'i tor (or allowance within one year truin ...

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. — 23 May 1877

THE TKOY HEKALD, TEJONJBS'DAY, MAlT 23, 1877. mat for the ehttl. When Insects work nn the route of liouse-plsiits, tut a few ttrnpt of cr tioltc acid iu a pint of water, and )onr in around Uio rooti. One of tho best ccmenti for crock ery Is to mix llmo with the whtto ol an egg. To uie It tsko a sufficient quantity ( lime aud mix thoroaghly. Apply quickly to the edges aud place llrmly together, when it soon sets and becomes strong. Calcined plaster if Paris will answer in placo of the lime. Furnituro that hns lost Its pol ish, floors and leather articles iin jislied in oupearatieu by use. can bu much Improved by rubbing thotn well with a woolen rag covered with u very until quautttyuf pasto nude oy stirring 61 purl of llnely shaved stearin into 72 parts of previously warmed oil of trupuntino, and allow ing tho mats to cool. Tho artlclo uliould be llnally rubbed off very thoroughly with u cluan, dry cloth. One of the most reaily means to ex tlngulslt 'kerosene Unities is lo throw h cl...

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. — 23 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 , 1877. TROY JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1877. BiTII OP ADVIRTIIINQ. I Mil ipo 1 InnertlMi, 1 M Vaak .Mitlnnil Inarrttnn To Administrators' Notice 8 00 rlnal Settlement Notice a 00 Kmv Nntliwa (Mnirlu atrnvl 3 00 t.aitli additional Amy in same notice. . 1 00 Mucral deductions will be made to rcmitar dvcrlltcrs. Advertisements tvHI take tho regular run c f tho paper. Extra charges made for pre Icrrcd placcn. corlltlcttto of publication will be made Until Mich publication has been paid for. J he non-observance of this rule nun been tho occasion of much trotiblc and actual mm. Our term are ! Cash In advance. ut sub Hntlous; cash on delivery, for Job work ul cash on demand, for advertisement. O. C. Todd Sift for medicine fur. mam Anm man, tiiilied Mm. Smith, poor parson. II. W. Kemper, furnlturo dealer, Ja. Henderson, treasurer Fulton Troy, Mo., U the agent for that fine' tiano asyiutn, wim.vj tor support 01 01ied org(,f t,,e Vtne. ,d offeri insane iin...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 May 1877

r r THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY. LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAi 30, 1S77. NO. 22 TROY HERALD. rVRMMIKtl UY FISHElt & CO., AT iHl1.no n Ynr In Advnncfl LOCAL AND COUNTY NCWt. Mil. W. S. Hull has been appointed liUrariun of Troy Social Library. Mr. J. M. Z. Wlthrow of Ncotho was III Troy several dayt Utt week. J efT. Chandler, Esq., of St. Louis, rat lu town on business lust Mou luy. Mrs. W. T. Thurmond, tfter an obsoncn of tomo six weeks, returned homo lust Thursday. Mr. Wing caught a cat-flMi at Hoi cow Hie other day tbat weighed tblr ty no ven pounds. MOKE NEW GOODS arriving thli wcok at the Dry Good Heudqtiur ten. C. W. PA1IKEU Si CO. May 15, 1877. A tiuuibor of our to wntnieu started or King's lako yoslerday for a three or four days1 fishing frolic. Cnnt. J. 11. Gordon of Kichland, Mo., gavo ux a pleasant cull lait week, .-anil runowed his subscription. Dr. J. A. Mudd left for St. Louts Saturday, to bu ahsimt several days, lie will locate atCfinln of Itocks soon. Dlirir's Hoir C...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY", MAY 30 , 1877. TROY HERALD. WKDNKSDAY, MAY 30, 1877. iiovr taki: it to 111: a nr. There's many u trouble Would burst likn a bubble Ami into tin; waters of l.ctlic depart, ItUt wo tint rehearse It Ami tenderly nurse It. And glio It si permanent place In our licurt. 'Hiiro's many a sorrow Would VittiMi to-morrow. Were we only willing to rurnUti the wings ; So sadly Intruding And ipiletly brooding, It liatdicottt all sorts o: terrible thing. How welcome Hie ot Juln OflooKstlmt are beaming, Whether ono' wealthy or whether one's I nor, I'.jcs bright ns a berry. Checks red iin n eherry. 'J'lie ;w.tn and the curse and tliu heartache c ill cure. ltenlvc to be merry. All worry to ferry Acres-, the rained water that bid Hit forget. And no longer fearful. llllt happy ulld cheerful. Vi'i' f-cl 1 1 IV ha much thM'.- worth living tor yet. Story of a Physician's Wife. "I hnvo lion id of persons whoso hair wnit whitened through excessive fear, but ut I never saw myself ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. MAY 30, 1877. thb lrtuifio ot:rolt. The Breech that !nvmIscA Hie Pile rl,fflesMcal JlMcltlH at Ike fit. Jsumcs Mmii Han .net Im Kansas tlif. At the Imnquot given lo lite Mis souri Medical association In till city on tho I81I1 ult., (ho chairman culled 011 Dr. Willi I. Kin?, of Sedalla, to respond lo tho toast, "The Conlral District Medical association." The inimitable drollery of the doctnr'i iiiniiuer u of couno lout In the fol lowing report of hi remarks, but the matter ii alo full of humor. Ho aald : Mr. President mid (Jeiilleincn Ah I hiivo not prepared a speech 1 will Itavo to tfu oil by spontaneous com bullion. I know It would bo Hie proper thing Tor mo (o nay that I did not ex peel to be called upon to-ulxlit lor 4pccr.li, but It would not bo true. 1 mil thus particular about telling the truth in tho beginning, bucauce I want to get your coulldciico, when I will proceed to lead you astray by telling you somo tiling that are not trim. 1 mn glad tha...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 May 1877

THE TItOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY MAY 30, 1877. TKOY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 80, 1877. tiii:o. u. rixtiun, i WST.1HIIR.1I03D, f teller. Hotimania has declared her lude pendcucc. Hon. Cjoorgo II. Uokcr, minister to Russia, hat resigned. Tho oIHco seekers mound thn Prcsidoiit. till iwarm Tlie sudden return of Utsutarck to Berlin is regarded ns significant. Morton and others proposo lo keep Mloiit, control patrouago and await developments. Mr. ilittctilus, formerly editor of tho St. Louti Times, goes into the practice of law. Thero aro complaints of too much dry weather in Canada, California and several of the Eastern states. At the Louisville races on the 34th, Ten Rrocck ran a inilo In lt3l) 1-4. This Is Hie fastest time on record by two seconds. At Charlotte, North Carolina, on '.'1st, llicro was a grand celebration of tlio 102 aulvcrsary of the Micklin burg Declaration of Independence. Gov. Ilurlranlt of Pennsylvania Is sued warrants for tho execution of nine murderers eight of whom arc ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 May 1877

THE lltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1877; rRO.H TUB HLACK II ILLS. ' Ukadwood City. Dakota T., ) May 10th, 1877. Editors Herald i i will write tlili loiter for the lieneflt of my roUllvet ami old ncqtiftlntftnccii In Lincoln and ndjnceiit counticn, having upciit l moot allfe-llino in ihnt pnrllou of I ho Mnte. Ilrothor Stephen, whonccoiu imnlcil me out, l still with me. We oro hoih In good health anil flue aplr ita. llcllcvltitf that I hero la sonic gold In the Mack llllla, and nlso be lleviiiff In the old ntlnge that "all la not golil thai Kllttcrx," wo left our birth-plnce iibnut tho 1st of April, ond after a Journey ol twenly-llvo day we arrived In Dcndwood CUy on tlits28lli olthcaiiiuo tnonlh, some what fatigued in body, though sound tu tnlt'il. On our arrival here we Im mediately set nbotit and bptfiin pros pcctliiK Inr Hie KliMi-riiiK Kohl, but up to tliU dnte wu have moereded In tlmling noun (it tlnit lirei'lou uietnl. Tim Mack lllllo (aoTiilli'd) Unoulc In nlin)c, lylujc al...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 May 1877

THE rilOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1877; EXECUTOH'S NOTICE.-Notlco iahrrehy Rltetithat letter tc-taineii-tury were grunted tn the undesigned li Troltute court ol Lincoln eotinly.Mo., on the ttutc or Ihililfl Kinder, dcccuaed, oil the SM liny Of AllgUat, 1MT(I. I'eraon hu lur flu I in agalnMmild eMntr nrc reiitilml to exhibit thrm In the executor fur allow-unco within ono year from thr date or :ild Utter, or they limy lie prrclil ded trout liny iicnrtlt or anld catatr. mid II not exhibited within two year they will be lot et cr burred. J N. T. KIM I.Kit ) x ... Jnn.1l C. W. KIMI.KU, fcxu' AMIINISTIl A'l OU'S NOTICE Notice I hereby ltcii that letter ol admlnl-tratlnn with .will amieXcd were isrxltlrd to Ilio tlllderalgncd on the etateol Slarv C. Turner. ducrd. bv tint 1 robulc t'otiit of Lincoln eoltuty, Mo., oil the 14th div or .latlilurj. 18m. r. ......... i.,.. in,. ..in ina nviiliut mill cutate I I'li.iiii'imi.i'd .......... . - --- . lire required to exlilhll tliem to the iidm ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 May 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1877. U Knawra WUm Wan Mlf fct," fFfow tliu Wulufrton Herald, A number of Federal soldiers du Injf the Into wnrlmve determined, wo understand, lo present Major Thomas O. Jotres of Alabama, n medal. It will bo remembered t hat Major Jonei delivered a memorial address at Montgomery, Alabama in 1874, which attracted much attention at i ho time. Subsequently ho visited Waililtitftou where lie was tho rccip lont of a dinner icolten up by the Federal sodler, on which occasion he mado a speech, in which ho touch ingly referred, among other things, to an old Virginian who had a son killed In each army, and, nfler tho wur, buried them tide by sldo in the old family burying ground. On Iho monument ho placed tho iiitmo ol each, with tho words, "God knows who wit right." It Js the Intention of those who liavo the mutter in cliurgo to put in tho center on ono sldo of the medal, u juotniloii from ilio mcmorl'd address us follows: "Tho law which nerved theso men...

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. — 30 May 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNfcSJJAV, MAY 30 , 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1877. RATES OP ADVBMTItlNO. I square 1 Insertion M Kath Atlititlotml Insertion t AtimlnUtrators Notlws 3 J Hnal Settlement !sotlre. Mny Notlrcs (slnxle stray) .. j titeli additional stroy in saniu notlee. . 1 0(1 l.llM-ral deduction will lie initio to regular tdvertlsnrs. Advertisements will lake the rejrnlar run of the paper, Extra charges luuilu fur ire- sirred lilaecs. So ccrtlthmta of publication will lie made Ulltll null publication nil men imiu iui. Ihcnohiib.onioiicor tliU rule has been i... - ..r mii.litrniihh' and actual loss. Our terms arc s Cnh In advance. m i liiiimio; tii.li on delivery, lor job work tul cah on demand, tor advertisements. Tub Cknti'.nni Aii lx.'osition. Thli Is the tillo of a now book, pub lished by Hubbard Nros., Chicago. It is a complete record of I lie doltij,s at the great cchlonnlal exposition of our country, glvliiK a grnphle description of tlie various departments, and t...

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. — 6 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 6,1877. NO. 2b. TROY HERALD. rUBMHUKD BY FIS-HJER &, CO. AT 011.00 a Year Im Advanon . LOCAL AND OOWNTY HlWi. Mr. Tbeo. D. Fisher and wife left for tbo editorial convention lastFrU day. Mm. Dr. J. A. Mudd, who li bere cn a visit, has been a;ulte sick for sev ral dare. We deeply regret to learn that As sessor Wilson li In a very precarious vendition, lie bai been qulto low tor several daya. Mr. Jai. N. Norton made a call lait week, and abowed ut a sample of lino wool clipped from hie Cotswold sheep. The specimen meaiured 12 tncbet In length. j Dr. James JM. Mudd of Hannibal, who had been under medical troat tuent In St. Lout iomi two weckt, passed through Troy on the 29th ult. on his way to Millwood. He was accompanied by hi wife. His con dltioii was but little Improved. r.J. 11. Sands of Salisbury, Char Hon county, died at his home last .Friday at 3:20 p. m. Sunday was the day appointed for his burial. Geo. F. Sweeney and ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1877. TROY JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1877. in: ni:vi:r tolii a me. I :iw III in standing In tho crowd A comely yiuilM ami fsirl ''here w.is a In Million In hi eye, A glory In lillmlr! 1 mv lila ouuii'Hdo pi.iliit; on Ii J lit lll ruiiil'iiiliM Malldiux hy, I IhmmI tlii'in wlilrpi-r each to each: 'lloiiuvcrtoldalk'." 1 looked In wonder on Hint boy, A Im tnod tliire in young; 'I n think tliut hover mi untruth Va uttered by IiJm tcuffiie. ( t lioti'irlit or nil tli(! Ims IM known Myi'ir among tlm fry An. I know of noni! that one could say t 'llu never told a He!" I Ilio'Ulit of questions very tiard Fur hoy to answer rliftit : "llmv illil you tear tlno piintntnoiis " "My oti ! what caused the llirlit " "Who lull the gate ajar la-rt IiIkIU t" Who hit tin; UliiH)l;lu pie5 V!i:it lioy i.-nuld unwrr all of tlie, And never tell a lie ? icotidlv.lnok him liy the hand My word- with prulvi wore rile ; I hlu I that Imiv wlm never told A ful-elinud in ln lii'...

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. — 6 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6. 1877. A Twfw mt the West. lte wot tall, lean ami cadavoroua ; a wolfish, tiungry look gleamed from lid steel-gray eyes, and a spirit ot de terminal Ion waa visible on hli rug Hod, bronzed toatures, at he Jumped from the Western train, and thun dered into the lunch-stand at the Union Depot, and aald to the wailreit with the air of a king: "Hurry up, girt ! 1 am aa hungry na a hear Hint hain't chewed meat for threo weeka. Trot out your cold ham mid aaudwlchca. I am a Rocky Mountain catamount that haa never been tamed." "Hero you are, air," aald tho fair wait rest, on, with trembling hands und a dazed took, ahe spread tho food befnro him. Tho fellow pitched into the eatables wlih such a heuiiy will that every thing was swept before him. Tho girls gathered around and watched Jilm with astonishment. "I sny, gal," said he botwccii inouthluls, "you've never been out Wost, I reckon, and of courso never uw grasshoppers as big as baby ele phant? Well, 1 nm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1877. tiii:o. I). USUI Kit, I M,.M tv. t. iiicK.nusD, J Decoration day wm otiierved inoro generally this year than usual. ll'a n pretty good fight tbat tbo sick Turkey makes. Gun. Cowley of Ohio hns received tliu uppoliitnicnl or Minister resident to thi) Hawaiian Inlands. It is said there Is a project on foot to opon n direct train trado botweou St. Louis and Liverpool. Grant was received hi England with much eclat. Wo uiado a great foss over tho 1'rlnce of Wales, aud mow tho compliment is returned. Gcu. Miles attacked Lumo Deer's band ol Indians on May 7th and routed them, killing titty of tho savages aud losing only tlvc of his troops. Ritualism has been condemned '.by Judicial comniitlcoof the privy coun cil, Hie highest rcclcslastlcal appel late court in England. Ex-Gov. Packard was dangerously 111 or a congestive chill on tho lot. Ills physicians forbade his receiving visitors, messages or letters. John...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 June 1877

THE riiOT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE G, 1877; Farelia Now. rsitmtiitir.v of tlio ttiiuliltcan. My Will. A cavalry light took wIhco iivur K!'1 Saturday between J 000 Turk and 1.000 Mutilans. Heavy riilu flopped thu I'.lH us tuuu lit It commenced. The pot'iu lias received tiitelilfrniice from the su b-iforcrnor or Lnlinti that Ardwhaii Us been tfciipiurud by Turkish corpl under Mousiult l'a sua. A dUpHtch from St. Petersburg aays the ItussUns ctntin to havo dtf Icatcd the Turk ut Okapa Heights tu Caucasus. May :9th. Tho ltudslnn lines of communion- The Uravcltobhert. The jury of thu Sangamon circuit conn on ine ai, uroup. iiiTr illcl of guilty nsatnit Mullln and 1 Indus, chartred wltli constilrncy (o I tuiil tlio bodv ol Lincoln, and fixed thu punishment nt one vettr In the leultenilary. The queerest part of this very queer case I the fact that the conviction Is based upon certain loiters which the accused, while' In I tall, tiled to send to their menus out side, but which fell lutotho h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 June 1877

THE TliOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1S77' EXKCUTOIl'S NOTICE.-otlc I hereby given that letter tcstamcn fury were granted to the underMgncd liy J'rohate court ol Lincoln county ,Mo on the 4-Mnto or Daniel Kinder, decemed, on the 12il tiny of August, IK70. Tcraon having Halm agalntald estate lire rt-qulrril to cxtitblt them to the executor for alluu'iuice wlllilii one year from the iliiii nf mild letter, or they may be ureclii. tied from tiny benefit of said estate, and If not exhibited w iiinn.wo year mry win m lorover barred. JNO. T. KIMLKIt 1 M. r, JanM t'.W. KIMLKIt. j"' ADMtNISTUAl OR'SNOTICE. N'otleo In hereby given thnt letter ol . K..i..l-iitdlli.H .., U'lll miliaVfiil Wft grunted tu lite undersigned on the estate of 5lnrv C. Turner. dccrd, by the Probate . m t . .... 41. nun or i.incoin coiinijr, mo., un wc 11111 ttivof .litnuur. 1877. 1 l..iullti l.alaMB ft.Waallt.ufr feftlll tftlttfltf lire required to exhibit tiieni to the uilni'r lor tor allowance wiinm one jrnr ima ini ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 June 1877

THE OTOY fiLEKALD, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 0, 1877. Iliata far Ike nkl. r Utch Soft Gingerbread I cupful our cream, 1 cupful molattei. 1 rf(f, 1 teatpnonftil ginger, 1 tcaipooulul oiU; llr rather thin. Fried Oaken 1 cupful sugar, 1 cup ful tour cretin, 1 cupful buttermilk, 1 tetipoouful soda, iplce'to taite; mix llilck enough to roll oailly. Ulrd'i-uoit I'uildtng-Soak a tea cupful of tapioca In 9 cupful, of luke warm water for 6 or 6 houra, atlrrlng occaitonally. Peel 6 apples, cutting them In quitrtera and arranging them in tho bottom or the dlih, or the ap jilei may bo choppud fine ; empty In tho dissolved tapioca with a tcavpoon of salt; bake 1 hour, and cat warm with cream. If the applea aro not wcet, servo with sugar or with hard anucc. New England Naked Deans 1 quart of beniiD, soak In cold wntor all night, pour oil water in the morning and add Iresh supply of water enough to cover them. Uoil slowly for 16 niluutcs, drain oft water through colHiider ; put beuus Into deep Iron dish wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1877. RATBfl Of ADVERTISING ei w 8 on a ou , 3 IK) 1 OU i imii-o 1 limertUn... Ksch iilciitlon.il lnortlnn Atimlnlrtrstors' Notlers filial Settlement Notler may Notices (Mnjtlo rtray) tm'li additional Ktruy In name notice l.llicrsl deduction will be made to recular iitvcrtlsert. AdTcrtlsomcnt will take the roRulnr rnn of tlia paper. Extra charges made for pre ferrcd uUcei No ccrtlilcato of publication will be made Until Mien publication nan urcn imiu iur. J liu nonnlii-ervanee of till rule tin been tin. A..iMilrili fi r much trouble and uutuul low. Ourteninaro: Ch In advance. m sub cliitioui ; fiiii on delivery, lor Jon worn ml ciifh on demand. roraiivrruciuenii. THE ST. LOUIS MARKET. I'roin llio Republican, June 1.1 urain. WHEAT.-Samples were In the ccneral dull at liotit Tuesday's views, but straight lot helil tlrmcr. Cash No. 2 was fully firm at Tues tav fltrinp. although apparently lower, but tho hluhot pn...

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