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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE lb, 1877. NO. 24. TROY HERALD. iujumhiikh by FISHER St CO., AT till. SO n Year in Advnnoo . LOCAL AND OOUNTY NKWS. Miss Mary D. Thurmond is hero on a vlit. Mrt. Llndcll is at Lei- sister's on a visit. Mlis Bheba Mooro lias returned trom an extended visit In St. Louii. W. I). Noel of Lebanon was In town lust week and dropped in to seo us. Singer Sewing Machine, the latest improvement, at $35, from T. 11. Harris, Troy, Mo. ' Glass and Tin Fruit Cans and Seat ing Wax at bottom jneu for sslo by 11. S. Crews & Co. Itov. Mr. Johnson of Virginia, a graduate oi Hampden Sidney col lego, preached at tlio Prcsbyterlun church In this placo last Sunday. Frogs provail to a considerable ex tent. For further particulars inquire of two of uurcpiuurcitu citizens. Tlio name of tho writer mut al ways accumpauy n communication to iusuro its insertion. This ought to lio entirely understood utter so many notices to this effect. Tho concert by M...

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. — 13 June 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, JUKE 13, 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1877. Moi'guorito Dalo. 'I do wl'li, Marguerite, you'll lis ten lo comtnuii sensi!," said Mrs. Dale. Mis, Data whs folllliitf by a tublo op- pOMtO 10 ft t'OiO-lWlllcd WllldoW, whence lovely milliner landscape mretehod ItM'lf away green mead owr, braided vili Iho ullvor lniul of n liny river, and clusters of wood seeming lo lean against tlic sky. .Sin! was a wltlow who had not yet lost till tlio fair rounded outlines ol lie r girlish beauty, or the luxuriant auburn braids of her jut unsllvcred Lair. And Marguerite, lie lovely datigh ler, saUon thu other side ol lha table, t In- slanting sunlight touching her golden I reuses, tmd hur daz.ling com plexion -.coming im-ov ami more like 11 ise'tly blossomed sweet pea Hint, ever, liy com rust with her Haiti dress. "Weil, momma," Marguerite Hale .poke, almost recklessly, "what would yon have niu ilo if" "Mr. Alentto has proposed to yon':" "Yoi." Marguerite's hnnd l...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 June 1877

trelvit Army CimMiitcn In Bus si nn Turkey, Since tho present war began many mnll pleasantries have boon leveled nt the fuel Hint both combatants are waging It niton borrowed money ; but lets not lea hat been taken of a yet more significant fact, that most of ilio belt officers en either able are "borrowed likewise It Is elngular enough to remark how Invariably ovcit comtnandor who hat dlatln guhilifd litniclf In Turkity for years past proves to be a foreigner. Omar Pasha was a Hungarian: Bcbram 1 b aScotcbmnn; tskurdcr Hoy, one uf tho best Turkish citvnlry officers of the Crimean va;' Polish rcfiigee,hls rue nnmo being Mikhail Tehalkoy tkl ; Nu'iuy tli and Ilutler, the defend cm of Sillslria in 185:1, wcro English officers; lliraliitu Agu was originally an H Unburn guiismllli, 'Thomas Ki'itli by name; llnbart i'asha, who i!ia J it h t signalized himself by run Ailng the gaunllut of the Itttsslan bat terles on the Danube, is an Kuglish iinin, nml It U well know tliul many Jiigh comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 June 1877

THE lllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 13, 187?. TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUXE 18. 1877. 'I lli:0. I). FINIIKR, t iv.t. TiiUR.-aoao, ; Editors. Mr. Hayes and his secretary, Slier man, art- not Ih accord oh tho (liver dollar quell Ion. It Is atcl that some of (lie extreme Hrpubllcaus conlcmpUtf impeaching Jug Hayes. 1 lils would prove a much greater fuiliiro thou the effort to liu peach Johnson, Ills probably only a sensation. Tho cilltorlal convention at trod- rrlcktowu was a grain! success, tho attendance being larger, the literary exercises moro interesting and greater amount of business being done thnu usual. As Mr. Hayes hss taken tho office to which n Democrat wns elected and lindx It necessary to carry out Demo : ratio principle, why shouldn't ho and Ills Ilppnbllenii adherents join the Democratic pnrty and lnuko their re formations thorough and consistent ? The door of the Democratic church tiro wide open and there is room on i he mourners bench fur repeutauts. In tills course he h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 13, 1877. inlTaneoof Soon ycMcrday. Future of No. J! cnnifcil lint little attention, but or Noil, in J Otieil illy for July wero In omc de mand elllng lor Hint inontli in a r,000 bu. lot nt 91 I'M for .tune ft TO wa nked ami $1 U0 bid. Shipments were of No: Mid 4 mainly, niul cliow the demand. COKN Wni tlrmcr for easli nml futures but not nellve lor cash, although there vai Homo strattzlitrurM'iinl demand froui a few btiycr, while options were In a very quiet luooil, It mjcUiIii;? dllllclllt to keep opera tion uulinuti'il to trade. There, were fomo dashes re-nltlm; In encasements to consid erable totals, but.tlio aggregate vm one of tin; lesser ones uliuetho mil uttaliicd ton Wide-awaKe I'omlltloll. 8ulen for eauli ol Not! mixed opened Jo under mid ne tiding Nnw Dron (Jnnitf, I'ercnle, r.nwiiK. White Onmli, Oreniulluc, I'miiMoli, Fans, Glove, ltucliun, Col lurctti, etc., npoiifil till week hi Wont.yoi.K & Hand's. Rtvcct fatal l'lunusf All Varieti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JUKE 13. 1877. TJlXKCUTOlt'S NOTICK.-Nollce 1J Ja fcAIll ftt'Mll tllll. tllttl'P. tMHlillUllll. inrv werf irrantcd to the iimlcr.luncd hy Prohnte court ol Lincoln county, Mo,, tin the estate of llanlrl Kinder, tlcd'axcd, oil the V.'llllliyoi .VIlL'llM, l!iO. 1'i ron haviutr claim airnlnM mtltl cutnt lire lc ipilreil In exhibit them to the executor lor allowance within one ynr from the iliilt; of .aid letter, or they innv In; preclu ded n-otn nny lieiicllt or .aid estate, anil It not exhlhilcd it Ithln two year they will Or jini.il ' u. w. kimm:.'. -xh A 1 ).M IXISTIt AT OU'S NOT ICK. Notli'i! I liei'fliy -men that letter ol iidiniultratltin Willi will annexed were i ranted totliu lllttlcrli;tlcd on tin- estate of Mary V. Turner, ilccVI. by the Prohaic Court or Lincoln county, Mo., on the I4lh d.lV llf .hllllllll'T. IST7. Prr.iills having claim- nu'lnt Mild i'tntc :iri' i'riiiii'i'ii to pxhiimv tiirni lo tne num r tor lor allowance within one year train Hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 June 1877

THE TROY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1877. ttmaln'MireiTlh. Kimsta rcnclieil lliu motil lis of hor l ivers long ago, ami Imi yot uoyond ilium, utile l f 10 DiiHtiliu Is nHo vo bp reckoned m it Russian stream. (Yet I he exertion of thu KuMlnn government to Kiit'iiinnt It ml IK it ry farces were never incmtcr limn lliey Imve been In tholuMsix year. She had nlrotuly the power to lirlnjj hnlf u million of moil Into tlio Held. Hut the griind measure r I lie universal cotierlitloti Ninielloii. d Ity (ho ukoo of January 1, 1&75 will udil another hnlf million lo Unit number ol her ncllvo trnop, nml tiiiiillim iiillltr.ii In tlm t-nftmvi,. Tlirm euormntu loroes cnu only ho ruined j iwul tiiiiinlnlned for npifrrnai vo pur-, pose. Tho territory ot Hus-iit Is lie' vulnerable. Nobody hut tho (.light est Interest In nltueklng It, nolens she 1 lieglm by iittiiehlnj: ninio one cUe. 1 lt'iiltiiehetl,ushu vit in lSI'J.sltcituy lily on hur elinrtti, her extent uml tho putrlollctii of hor populatio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1877. TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1877. RATES OP ADVKRTItlNQ. I square 1 Insertion i M Knli .itlditlutial Insertion T. Aiiiiiinl-liMturV Notice Mn:il s-oltlvineiit Nollcos Mr.iv Xntlvui ivs3 stray) , l.iii'l'i uddlthiiud itr:iy In muni! notlre I.IImtuI deduction will be made tu resular , spring. CAPAVURI. Business Is llTonItig up tt (bit writ Inir. Wo 1iao plenty of rain, and the coniequcnco in that very few fanner are tluno planting. Tho river for the Tpast throo days hat risen fastorl,thaii nt any time tliii J 'J season, and tho pcnplo still think there lixi I a snow tor nifii waier jei mis silvertlMn. I Ailvi-rtlfiiuciits will lake tlie regular run or the paper, lixtra charges niudu for pre n-rrud plnee. No eeltlllcato of iti1)1lciilloii will lie niiitlo lUtll Mich publication lia been paid fur. J hu imiHitiu'mini'v oi this rule lius been viso all to tav away, tin: oivalnii of much iroutile ami actual lo. I ,. . UurtcriiHaru: Caili In ml...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 June 1877

f V THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 20,1377. NO. 25. TROY HERALD. ruBLinnicD BY FISHER & CO., AT Mil. SO a Year In Advance. LOCAL AND COUNTY NIWS. Gout's Hunting cue solid Gold Watch for $50.00 at J. A. Wltbrow's, OCR ICHBIL, The Public and High ichool at thta place, Prof. J. P. Dlaiilou, principal, closed on tho 16th. Tho exlilblllnu gtren by Hie atudenta of tho High ichool department, Filday orenlug, comlitliig of oratloui, essays, reel la llont and declamation!, .was highly creditable to both principal and par tlcipanti. Tho atage wu boattlifully decorated with festoons formed of All persona indebted to tho lute oak leaves, and auipcuded from tho 11 rm o( FUher & Mudd are carnostly lequestad to call and settle. The concert Monday night, by Mri. Woolfolk'a muiic clan, was largely attended and highly enjoyed. Lim ited epaco f orblda an extended notice. For "Buckeye." Excelsior," or "Wheeler No. 6," and Mowers and center wae a large, handiotno bell,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 June 1877

THE TROY HEJRALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 90, 1877. Daisy's Courtship. Tiio old-fashioned kltolien doer stood wide open, and tho strong, tweet west wind poured through the sanded-floored room, swaying in slow, graceful wavei tho bluo niuilln skirt of Dalty May'M wrapper, at the lood bealdo tho tablo arranging a pile of Bteiuleis flowers in a shallow glues dish. "indeed, I'll never marry a farmer, auntie. 1 lovo tho couuuy well enough horo at home, whero noth ing but tho poetry of It falls to me gathering llowt-rn, drinking creamy lii ilk, sketching shsdy spots, driving whenever I want to, and always tent libelous thing to cut and In winter titles, ond singing, and plenty of Lucks anil my music." "And John Maurice." Ilor aunt ticked tho nanr.o very tersely at the end of the long list of attractions; then wntched to sou tho clTout on Daisy's face. Tho pretty lips pouted chnrmlngly. "Maurice! Oh, John's good enough of cnurso ; but" "it's a good thing you ...

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. — 20 June 1877

THE tfttOY llfiftAlD, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20, 1877. fcarihak Maw. New York, June 11. The tfor end Herald of Panama, received to day, haa details of the dtaaaterand deilructlou cauicd on tho South Pa cifle coast by the earthquake and tl dat wave ef May 19th. The towiia of Aries, Iqulque, l'onla de Ilabaa, l'a hlllou, Dophi, (Jhauaya, llotillls, Cobija, Mijilloues, De Bohva, Ot'tal nKuaia and Chaiiaralal are nearly all dcitroyed. About 600 Uvea were loit. The destruction of properly la estimated at $'.'0,000,000, conliucd mostly to the coast, although the town of Faranaed, twenty-throe leagues Inward, and the villages of l'lca, Matllla and Cauchall, in tho In. terlor, are more or less ruined. The shipping of guano from tho southern deposits will be Indefinitely sospeu ded, as all facilities In tho way or launches, chutes, wharves, water condenser, and buildings of all kinds, uro swept away. The destruction and datuago to shlpplug was very great and was attended by serious loss of lite. At...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 20. 1877. j'ijuo. i. tiifi:it, ,.Hllnri, W. T. rflVR.tlUKD, S a"or' War, plunder, tarpot-baggcry mid ;.bldic oru (he essential elements A Unlicalliiii. How can l ho pari y exist without tlicm ? Itefoi-matioti It (lc;: I. "Let it come; I rccat It, ilr, t It iiotttr," - J.idgc llluek Is preparing a review o( tlio proceedings of llic Klcctnrnl commission far thu North American lieviow. This will bo It'striictlvo t.ml entertaining in tlio highest ttc ;;i cc Ilu h regular Jujiitcrtonans hi the political world. Old Bout well of Massachusetts nearly chokes with spleen. Ho re lieved lilinsuir somewhat on Decora 'mi day by liberal expectoration. Ills criticisms on Hayes and the wero lloreo. It would bo a pity ir the wretched lunatic should tile u( his choleric rugo. It Is thought now that Mr. Hayes i sound on the .silver dollar rjucntioii. lint, Secretary Sherman seems to be i IvItU'd on the subject. He wants to diaw It ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 June 1877

THE rilOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1877. THE ST. LOUIS MARKET. From the Republican. Juno IS. urttin. WUKAT SamjilcH of lower smiles wore in fcntuc tlcmuml ami otc uly, but better prime tg j-'ooil uot much wanted ami lower tniiott. Urn Jo No a win In shipping de mand to n limited extent, but oilier graili'i dull, nml market lor nil with let trcntli. with buyer' view under yestcrilav''. No mile or No 2 red winter w:u noted, but ?t fO ttiu the bid, wltti 1 .s.'i nkrtl Mild yester day at el 54: for the mouth 91 88 wuiai-kcd Willi no buyer iimiiiro-t, while for July $1 va :ikcd nnd $14 7J bid. Cali No .'1 Mold at (1 70 and $1 Itt, the latter 8c tuiiler ye-Urilay, ami win oifercd tlio month ut ill ft) j, with no buyer, mid 81 W July, with $1 :iri bid. No 4 -old nt 01 CO, nml rejected cloietl at $t iO, tlio bid for u week pa-cd. COlt.N Wnx dull lor c.ali minnle lot mid i;railc. and options worn rather tunic, but Noiiicthlnt,' more uceouipllxhed In them than yoitcrUay en3noiiicnt!i Incln...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 June 1877

the rnoY herald, Wednesday, june 20, iwr EXKCUTOR'S 50T!CE.-NotJcn I hereby given Hint letter testamen tary were granted to the mi Jri1ttpl by Prnhate court, nl Lincoln county. Mo., nil 111.' Mute of Daniel Kinder, deceased, on the IMdnyof Allgltit, 187U. Person having claim agalnntaalil cMate are required to exhibit them to the executor rot' allowance wmiin one ytiar irom me time nf mild letter, or thev iiiuv tie nreclu. iled from any iienctit of said estate, 1,1111 " not exhibited within two yeitrnlhev wilt be lorevcr utrrvu, jai. i , tvi.ni.itii i Vvr. JaiiM C.W. K I Ml. Kit, ibx" a mttvtsTit ai rn8 vrvnnK. J. Notice I hereby given that letter ot . ..n.itilklrMtlitli Willi ttlll tillllnVml L-nM. c runted tutbo undersigned on the estate of Mary C. Turner, dee'd. by the Probate i own or Lincoln futility, .no., on tno urn lay of .Itnunry. IK". Persons having claims against aid rntutc tire required to rxmtiit tuem to me tium i tor Inr allowance wltlnu one year Irom Hit .1..... ..I -m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1877. The Ureal Tirtnt Wave. San Fhancisco, May 31. Br r rival of lito CHy of Sydney, wo have hii account from the Honolulu Ad verttscr of Iho great tlilHt wnve of Muy 10. At tint am unusual Ulstur Imnco of the sen wan (Uncovered about u quarter before flvo in tlie morning. An observer hi Hid town, who was Hoar the hurhor uud saw the exposed loofi, place the occurrence at exactly the name tunc. J. J. I'ortcr of llllo, Hawaii, fixes tho moment of the wave which overwhelmed tho village uf Walkon at precisely the same Mine, and a statement ot Captain Smllhora of tho wlialiiiir bul k l'ncillc, which was lying nt the time In llllo Day, corroborates this, 'J'ho ditlercuco bolweou the hlghoct and lowest wa ter marks at various localities wo as vortslued to be ns follows: llllo, on tho east side of Ilawul, !)t5 feet; Kcal nkekua, by west side of Hawaii, 30 feet; Kawulhnc, on westsldo of Ma wall, 6 feet ; Kithulal, on north side of Slonl, feel; Lahau, on ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 20, 1877. RATES Of ADVERTISING i Miiutrt! 1 liiM'i'lli). l I "ft 3 (1(1 ;i vo 3 (Ml 00 Knli Aiitlitloii.il Hueittoi AtitiihiWritHiV Notice Hunt SMIIcustlll Notice. Mr.iv Notice (!ln','l ti.iy . J u.ii iiildllloiiul Ktray in Mine not Jt c l.ilit-riil deduction will 1)'5 m.vli- to regular nhcilUcr. Adveitli'eincuti will tak" tlie regular run ff the paper, Extra charge nude Tor prc-h-rri-il place. No eei tlllcate of publication will bn made Until filch publication has been paid lor. jlienon-ili.craiictMif thl rule, ha been the occa.lon of much trouble and actual lo. Our term arc: Cah In advancr. uti Mil; i lptlon: ea.h ou delivery, lor Job work ml eaMi on demand, foradvertlseiucutf. (IIIDRR OF TIIU COUNTY COL'tlT CUNCERNINU THIS H. It. HOMOS. iii the matter of the railroad bonds and Interest thereon: And uow at this day comet the coininitteo of tax-payers apd present the following rciolu tlons to the court : At a m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 27,1877. NO. 20. TROY HERALD. rUBMSHKD BY FISHER Sc CO., AT tiM.BO a Year la Advance . LOCAL AND COUNTY NBWfl. What bat become of the Amateur ? Jai. M. McLellan, Eiq., left Monday morning for Sedalla, on business. Gout's Hunting ease solid Qotd Watch for $50.00 at J. A. Wlthrow's. Mrs. Gooi, or Louisville, Ky., Is here visiting relatives and friends. Dr. Noel will bo at Lnulsvlllo on Monday, July 2d, to remain several slave. Dr. Noel will beat New Hope on Tuesday, July 10th, to remain during the week. Mrs. Lou. Winn, of Pike county, Is in town visiting the family of T. W. Witbrow. All parsons Indebted to the late firm of Fisher & Mudd are earnestly requested to call and settle. Glass and Tin Fruit Cans and Seal lug Wax at bottom prteei for sale by B. IS. Crews & Co. tlarry Parker, who has been at tend ing Westminster College, at Fulton, has returned home. Leon Keller of Donnet Carre, La., who has been attending school...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 27, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1877. VRUIK. BY OKS. W. U. LYTLK. Who cares for nothing, alone, l freo Mt down, good fellow, Add drink with inc. With n cureless laugh aud merry eye, He'll IuukIi at tho world as the world goes by. Jle laughs t power and wealth and fame, lie laughs at Virtue, he laugh at shame; He laughs at hope, lie laugh at fear At memory' dead leave, crl-i and sere. He laughs at the future, cold and dim or heaven nor earth Is dear to lilm, Oh, that It the enmrado tit for mo ; Jle cares for untiling, Ills soul is free. For 1 hoed not custom, creed nor law ; 1 euro for nothing that ever I saw. I am freo as the soul of the fragrant wine hit down, good fellow, my heart Is thine. In every city my cups I quaff, And over my Illinois 1 riot and laugh. 1 laugh like a cruel and turbulent wave ; I laugh at the church, I laugh nt the grave. I laugh at Joy, and well 1 know That I merrily, merrily laugh nt woe. 1 terribly laugh with an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27. 1877. MKRMICKH AN TILStKN. New York, June 12. The raetp (Ion given 10 ex-Gov. Hendricks this evening by Hi Manhattan club wm i he occasion (er a Urge gatkerliif ef the beit known Democrat! In the city. Tho rootns were brilliantly llgktod tip a bren band played out side and a large crowd aiiembled on Fifth avenue. Among the assent blage were David Dudley FichMudge Donahue, E.J. Courtney, Auguatue Sclilel, John McKcon, UenJ .Wood, Judge Weilbroolt, Judge Van Drnut Win. C. Wlcktnaii, Geo. W. Model laud ef the Old Guard, Chief Juitlce Curtis, Chief Justice Dalh, Lauraticc Turneur. Col. Wlngate and many other. Shortly after 9 o'clock ex-Govs. Tllden and Hendricks were an nounced amid great cheering ami clapping of hands. Tho chairman, A. J. Vandcrpoul, briefly Introduced tho distinguished guest, and Gov. Tllden spoke ns follows: Everybody knows that after tho rc cent election the men who wero clfttcd by the peoplu president and vlco'proihleiit of tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 June 1877

TOE ntOT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 27, 187?. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1877. THEM. I. flKMKM tV.T.TIIUKMOftD, Ualtora. The freedom ef London bae been Si veil ex-President Grant. Die tiling. fcjonator Jones, of Nevada, li said to liivo become a convert to tbe green 1ack doctrine. Thirty tctllcrt and a number of sol diors were killed by the Indians In Idaho recently. (jov. Osboru left Topeko, Kansas, mi lho22d for Chill, whero he has b en appointed United Slatea minis tor. The Xew Orleans cuttoui houic commission recominend a consldera lile reduction in the number of em ploycs. Conkling says ho will take occa sion whilo in Europe to thauk the English people for their kind treat ment of (J rant. Conk it a heavy man. ..... . . .... ML Ceu. Duller favors tho complete itmonclhallon ol silver and tho re Murallon of tho volume of paper money to what It was in 1369. l'uckard write a lottor to Jack Wharton, who succeeded I'ltkiu as United States Marshal at New Or leans, stating that he (...

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