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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 June 1877

THE TROY UI!ALD, WEDNESDAY. JUKE 27. 1877. "RAILROAD!" Plnchbaek;lki dlteottraglngl.r of th proiprcu ol MnriOM't ptt, Wll lUm IMlt Kellogg, for ft Mat In I he Unittd State tenala. In a reeeut In. ttrview ho f.poke at lollowa: I have no lilea that the tenate will recognize hi claims. Ill crcdcti Halt are not one-half at good a tlioo the senate rtli'dcd In my c.vc. There wit i mil a MMiah" In thv l'nckai'il Icir BlWMTi;! Connection with the Train for St, Louis, bjr four returning bourd senators, of o that pjen.(ers do not have le wait In the ruckaril unntte. left tneracKaru wenixvinu nvc nr ix nour. Iaf tnr r (or the 91. LmtK Ksnus City ana Northern Ksllrosd Mill nod tli U. S. MAIL HACK LINE tli mot comfortable way of rcacktnic the railroad from Troy. our Hack lrt. Truy eviry iUy at IS o'clock, making YOU CAN SAVE MONEY Troy Hills ! IX BUYINC FOR CASH AT leifislature without a ornate wliott thu purported election of Kellogg took place ; thorefonr, in a U-giil sense, there was 110 legi...

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. — 27 June 1877

THE 1'liOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1877. EXECUTOR'S NOTICK.-Notlce Ik liereby itlven that letter testamen tary were ffrniitvii to the undersigned lijr 1'rnhate court ol Lincoln county, Mn., nu the latn of Daniel Kinder, deceased, on the t'Jddaynf August, 18711. Persons having claim against said estate 4rc required to exhibit them to the executor for allowance within onn yimr from the date or said letters, or they tnuy lie prrclu ileil from nny lieneM of said estate, mil I not exhibited within two year they will be ........ma. lill'iill Jfll Kimfl It' I I IV1I 11 1 WMlvill " v t ......,..,, r v JanSl 0. W. KIMLL'K, A DMIXISTKAIOR'SNOTICK.- XV. Motion I hereby given t lint letter ol administration with will annexed were frrjnteil to the undersigned on the estate of Mary C. Turner. dee'd. hy thn Probate Court of Lincoln county, Mo., on the Mth tiny of .lauuary. IK". Persons bnrlnx claim ngalnst said estate are required to exhibit tnvm to the adm'r tor for allnwaiico within one year...

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. — 27 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1877. LITTLE rARIBS. ClMlnr KstrclM of tha Kafla KIM from the St Lout Journal. The Emit Kindergarten, on Pine, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth, Mm. Clara Hubbard director, cleied , for the V4ctlon yetterday morning. An exhibition we given, commenc ing at 9 a. m., and closing at 11 :60. Tho exercises woro not lor the pur jiuso of allowing off the children, but to give vtaltora aouie Idea oi the prac tical workings or the Kindergarten oi conducted m our city. Tho walla wero artistically decorated with ap propriate mottoet and bcautlrnl Ue elgui, In ail of which busy llttlo flu gura were reprcaonted. On entering the room the nnme of "Fiocbcl," tho uuthor ot tho Kindergarten system, forming an arch, greeted tho eyes; beneath I hU tho name ot "Had," In honor ot whom the school was named. From the same wall suspended the motto, "Heaven Ilea about us In our Infancy," and opposite this, "Our law is love," "Happy Children," etc. In a wreath of murniug gl...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 June 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1877. TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1877. RATES OF ADVIRTItlNQ. I Miuarc 1 insertion..... 11 M Kiish additional Insertion 'ft Administrators' Notice 3 00 tinal Settlement Notices !l 00 Mr.iv Notices (slmtlo stray) 3 00 fcacti additional stmy In fimo iiotli'H. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to regular Idvcrtiscrs. Advertisements will take the regular run of tlio ipcr. Extra charge made for pre rcrrcd place. No ccrtlllcate of publication wilt be made until such publication has been paid lor. 'J he non-observance of this rule has been the occasion of much trouble and actual loss. tlnr term are: Cash ill advance, oil sub- rlptlnns; vault ou delivery, for job work lid easii on ucmunu, lor uuvcriiaeiuenis. Maine Ureenbackers. The Slate Greenback Convention met al Skowhegnn. Maine, on tlio I6ili, Solon Chaie chairman. Tlio attend- auco was very larife. The chairman congratulated the convenllutt upou the raiilrt snrcad of nrinciule rcpre en toi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 July 1877

HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JULY 4, 1877. NO. 27. THE TROY TROY HERALD. -MJIUHIS BY riSHEB Sc COm AT 4M.OO Year ia Adraaoe. LOCAL AN OOUNTY NlWt. Gent's Hunting em solid Geld Witch for 60.00 at J. A. Wlthrow's. lira. EdlaoBofSTow Hope is Ing bar mter, Mm. B. W. Wheeler of tan place. Dr. Noel will ba at New Uopa or Tuesday, July 10th, to remain durlag the waak. Mrs. Clara B. Hubbard of St. Lonls Ss visiting tba family or tbeseBlor ad itor of tba Herald. Glass and Tin Fruit Cans and Baal. log Was at bottom prices far sale bjr 1). S. Crews A Co. All parsons Indebted to tba late Arm of FUher Mudd are earnestly requested tocall and settle. Oliver Edrlngtott of Bonnet Carre, La., wbo has bees attending scboel at tbts place, left lor bis heme .lasi Saturday. The Planters Is being thoroughly papered, painted and trescoed. Our hotels arerastly Improred In appear aiice by the recent renovations. Mr. John Colbert, who has been at tending Bethany College, Virginia, hat returned ...

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

TROY H WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1877. Joseph'! Brother. BY OHETB HARTH. ( ( They didn't call hlm'Tom,or Jaok, or llttr.ry, but alwaye spoke of him as "Joteph'a Brother." AMdltwi just at singular thtt tbey didn't iy, -Joe," iuctead of "Joseph," whet ipeaklng of or to tho man. ', Tho two had a wagon In the band, dragging Itself toward the Black 11)11 day by day and mile by mile. They incised by themselves, scarcely ipoke except to each o'her, and their lives nd their acttoui were a aort of my,i tcry to the reit, who were a Jolly ict, drinking, carousing; fighting, playing cards, and wishing for a brush with the Indians. Some said thai Joseph was a fugl tlvo from juilluo, and that he would not fratorulzo with them for fear ol betraying hinuelf when Interrogated. Others thought he felt too proud to mix with such society, and between the two theories ho had nearly all the .men thinking III or him before the wagon train was four days' travel from Choyeuno. "tie keeps his brother hlddon away in ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 July 1877

THE ritOTt HERALD; WBDNE6DAY,! J.ULY 4, 1877; tm-lx Mlllsasi MmiIi far wkiM wm mm.wiii iw war imn War ! wars Carrie est aaterBeUaiesu rreleases. St. Prtbrbhuro, May 17.-Ilus sia'a ambition to own the banks of tha Dosperus mi) ba traced distinctly from Rurlck, who, In' 863, befcan to rule ofer tlie Novgorod district. The tottering empire that bad Ita aeat In Constantinople was already threat onedbjr the Utisslahs. The followers of Rurlck no sooner beheld the ntlg nlfltenco and tested the luiturV'of tba city of the Greek Cssiars, than they rushed upon It In wall organised bands. The Kuxlne and the Bos porus were Inlested'by pirates, who preyed on merchants trading with the north. These acte o( brlgaudsgo were aoon followed by more serious as saalis. During the absence of the Emperor Michael from Constantino pie, the city was besieged, and came near being captured by the Prlnse of Kief, but was reicuod by the season able breaking out of a storm, which dispersed tho Russlaus. The enter ...

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. — 4 July 1877

THE TBOY, HERALD. WEDN1lB1AYV JULYA, il8T7. TROY. JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1877.' ' Bo Twsed has failed lit bit sffbrts at a compromise. Gen. Ord reports that a gottf ta demanding has been arrived at with the Mexicans on the bordor. Kobt. Dele Owen died at hie sum mer cottage, at Peerleii Point, Lake Ucorge, outh24tb. Klevcn Mollie Maguirei were hang lit I'cntioylvania on the 21st. They have a few bad follow In the North cm ilalea. Jamca liuiicll Lowell of Massachu setts, tucceeda Caleb Cushlng at sola liter to Spain. Mr. Kaison ( Iowa goes to Auitrla. Mr. Dorihelnier writes to the Now ' York Sun that it ii within till per soual knowledge that Mr. Tilden was not In favor of the electoral commit tlon. it is said (bat tbo Idaho Indians are lighting because of long continued practices of duplicity, robbery, and general bad treatment of government iiZCIltS. Mr. Garfield's chances for Ibo speakership grow small by degrees Mild beautifully less. It was cruel in Mr. Hayes to cxcllo such...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 July 1877

T!HE f HOT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1877, Ei8tat Auditor Johnion ofihe ottl Kellof goTemtuant was sued 960 and sentenced is ten naye' ltn prisouinjiat, on tfct 20tlf( at New Or leantfor 'refuting t answer ques Until', QtMjeerHlng the coutenta and whereabout of certain books stolen from the statehouse at the time of tha change of governments. Johnson ad mitted that he could hot answer the questions without criminating him self, tit . A special election for 17 members of the IrtfUlaturo to represent Charles cnuutr S. C. occurred on the 26lb. The Democratic ticket, containing four teen white and three colored citizens, was elected without opposition, the ltepubllcana liavlug decided not. to run any ticket. Minister Pterrepont will give a re ception to-day at his residence, exclu sively to Americans, InLondnu, w'hen (J rant will bo prevent. The next day he will go to Paris. PUBLIC AND HIGH SCHOOL Troy, MiMhtourl. The next tmlon of this schoel will begin on the tlrt Tuesday In Septembe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 July 1877

EXECU1W8 NOTICE. ft in hereby riven that Mftm.taati tary were grawted to the flgn! l'robate court of Lincoln couklv.Mo.T'nil Mate of Daniel Klmler, deceased, on the szuuay oi aukuii, ioo. Persons having rlalms against said estate Iro required to exhibit them to, the executor for allowaneo within one year from the date or Mia letter, or tney nay be prcrli tied from any WIMH of wald eitate, anel nntbllilt4 wit ft Ik tern vkmrm llwv wilt, I forever barred. JNO. T. KIMLKfc I Vv n A DMIKISTHAidS NOTICE; J. Kotlce la hereby lveu that letter ot .ilmlnl.tratlnM Willi urlll hhiihK.! war. printed to the Rntlerilgiied'on the estate of wary u. .turner, qecv. ny uie; rronate Court of Lincoln county, Mo.j on the 14th day of Januarjr, 1877.. , Person uavlnf .cMM'aMt raid estate are required to exhibit them to the adm'r tor for allowance within one year from th date ol aald letter, or tbev mar be tirei-lud. rd from any benefit or said eMate and If no cxniuiteu 10 uie Baminvwiur wuuin iwo yearn they...

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. — 4 July 1877

MB fcMtf'HEftiAl 4, 1877. A CI A clorgym Inane of our Vermont rural towni. . recently created a tirst-clsss sensation In Ills household, which consisted fl presence of a company for whom in uFSS9nW fl"' Jrl.BMllBllued lo. play : "Come, play vwiiMmmmm JkmmflMki gfaooo place of youn. daughter: ha Uacfceatlr feiaQireaf4ouchei for the Irutn of ifre . statement that the linnie for a number of day, visiting In an adjoining town. The daughter! recotvee)- i totter tfronrtir'TM which tei Mtffcl f widow with als eprightly children,1 Ji!Ulio PMly-PAoceyou can play, I know, but It cost mo Juat $1,000 to cJifcYUna and that lie nilitlitlM axnccted haras) at a certain tUajTho eflecsWjt tiewe wai a great shock to ine nappy tavltr;. Tot stria.) noted, toe tlierk iiieokiieMaiia.amlkble.tcinperawcuttJ Myf! - tf i.vv.s ebm'edan6thVr;eet of beings ? treT''1.' feaMmg Whfflrmarty.1)r. a. i.;i.,.V,,Ji-iir.i V-.i iLtJ.I ruui'ii arc uc. in my astir namw, waselpltif'aV willing and tearing ofhalr; ndva ifcannc...

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. — 4 July 1877

THE TBOY HEKALp, , WNESDAY, . JVlX 'W7. TROY J1ERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1877. ATM OP ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Insertion It M t.h ..MitloMl Insertloa 75 Administrators' Notlec 3 (Mri tinul tietttetamt Hotlce W lrav Notice! (simile Mml S 00 tadi additional stray In tame notice, . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be nude to regular idvcrtlten. AdTertiMtMntt wlU Uke the regular run el the paper. Extra charge made for pro Ivrred placet. No certificate of publication will be made until iuvh publication has been paid for. 'J lie nonobservaace of thin rule hu been Ilia occasion of much trouble and actual loss. Our term are : Cah in advance, uu sub t Intloim ; cash on delivery, for Job work nd cash on demand, for advertisements. CaMMe-Klna Maa- ! 18, Ii77. Artm'r. Ettati. H T Bait John Morn R O Maxruder l.atteaa Skinner William J Tucker Miller X Tucker T W Wlthrow James C Blmoro MtrUBVMoscley H Rahmtlr fane Crockett John W Jameson fleorge R Cantrlcl r teener c ihxcii Ballna K Crump John W Slaven...

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. — 11 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JULY 11,1877. VOL. 12. NO. 28. pvmlio school mcpamx The report of Jamot M.' McLellan, superintendent of public schools of tlili county, to R. D. Shannon, state superintendent, shows that tho itum bor Of white poriont In the county be tween the ages of Bis and twenty la, 5,6492,887 females and 2,662 tnalei ; number of colored periom botwecn . I ....... ran a 1 J r a.r. Probate Court coratnencea next " -r.i TMnml.v ihiiu iiuuiuur vi wuiii viiuibi m . . , I I .. il . . l If.rrl.lKldar of Mill WOOa has I ciiuui uurui wie jenr, I - . . ....... been vltlilnx here several days. number or coioreu, aoi ; num li i a a a .... i. v rut t...i. i. uer oi icacucrs erapioyeu in mo TROY HERALD. published nv FISHJER- & CO., AT 11,00 n Ycnr in Advance LOOAL AND COUNTY NEWt. visiting Ills paronts bare r:anta Ilnntlnir caio solid Gold Watch for $50.00 at J. A. WlthrowN. Mrs. Noel and her daughter, Daisy, ot St. Loult, are visiting tho famllv of Dr. Noel. W...

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. — 11 July 1877

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNE8DAYr JU,LY 1,1, 1877. TROY H&RALD. WEDNE8DAY, JULY 11, 1877. iskep avvlsioJUl tka EatAera Qnes. From ckilstiM Advocate. We have tecelfed a private letttr, (rum BlshopMarvln, dated, "Steamer Espero, Egceu Sea,. May 11, 1877." He allow us to make what lueof it wo please and we please to let our loaders peruie the moit of It. They will bo interested to.know what such a man as Bishop Marvin thinks of the Eastern question, after seeing ttic Turk at homo. The Bishop writes : My dcu Doctor: 1 have Just boen pending four days In Constantinople. Never until now did I understand the magnitude of Uie "Eastern Question." Tuo importance of It grows out or ttio several faett. In tbo first place, (hero cau nevor bo a settled peaco In Ea.torn Europe w hile the Turk holds It. The presonee of the Ottoman power in jsuropo is on iuuu.uh. Besides that, It Is tho Intruslou of barbarism upon Christian civilization Whatever may. bo said to tho'contra ry, tho Turk.ii esienllally a...

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. — 11 July 1877

"THE ntOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY ,11 1877. Ike silver QttMtUa. f Dsnkers' Msgszlne. An eflort will be made In the neil congress I re-establish allver money In Hits country. The Im'porlauce of thesubjoct, the general Interest tn the qtioitloti, and lit iionlble tpoedy de clslon, have Induced tlili tnsgattne to give many pages to the vlewe of writers on silver money. It Is not. however, Us province 1 1 act as advo cate upon one side of a question upon which tbero are hours, tliflorencos of opinion. It can more properly let ar gument for and against It rest on their own merits, and allow Its read ers to draw their own conclusions, mid form their own opinions. As tho sliver question Is to many a new one, wo give a statement of seine of the Important facta, for the Inform, tlon ol those readers who cannot tie voto time to a general study of the question. Sliver has not depreeiated except when measured by gold. Moasured by gouera! commodities, silver thro' out the world has not lessened ...

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. — 11 July 1877

THE f i'ltOY j HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5,11 1877. TROY JjCEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1877. THE, m. VtSMURi I ,(. Thetpocchet of Blaine and Cbsm berlaln do not appear lo disturb Mr. Hayes. A number of merchant In Now York have been arroitod for smug gling silks and laeet. MaJ. John N. Edwards, it It laid, la negotiating lor au Interest in the 3e dulla Democrat. Thereto St. Louis grand jury in dlotcd a number of bank and count oflhlals and ballot atuffert. Don Tweed talks like an Injured Innocent. He thinks his word ought to bo taken and he released. Tho Mexican authorities are much luconscd at tho order to Ord. The situation in that direction is preca lious. President Hayes and his cabinet mid Vice-President Wheeler have ic opted tho Invitation to attoud tho Vermont centennial. Maine. Packard, Chamberlain SS Co. sccui too exerting themselves "10 maintain the great principles of the Republican organization." Mr. Clapp. secretary of tho Chicago Life Insurance company, left that city u ...

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. — 11 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JULY 11, 1877. Thero will be four atale ttoketi in low ttili year Republican, Domo ciatlc, Temperance nml Greenback. Tlia Fiiloit Telegivph ttittca that the luiialto asylum in that placo In filled to ill turnout capacity, having 937 patients. ThU if 77 mortj than tlio estimated capacity of the Institu tion foronnifortable accommodation. The (applications fur admission are atlll comlnifi and tho superintendent is compelled to reect thorn, as no inoro pMllenls can bo taken care of. NIW 25 1 i'-AWor'-OAIlBS af n'tyten with name. 10c. pott paid. J. 11. Hunted, YOU CAN SAVE MONEY! Troy Mills ! lion Co.. daw York, OIlDKIt OF l'UULIGATlON. In tlio Circuit Court ol Lincoln county, Mmsourl, In vacation, July 7. 1877. William I,. Klsberry, I'lulntlff, vs. Elizabeth A. Ilaramsck, I.ydla J. Drrdcn and (it-orge Urvden, Iiei husband. II lUra W. Uammaek, sr., David A. Usui, muck, Marsh J. Adams (formerly Snrali .1. Ilammack), Louisa Haynes and Lafayette llavhei, her hus...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JtJLY li, 1877. TXECUTOtl'S NOTICK.-Notlce , -a m nereoy Riven mil iciicr icnainen tary were granted to the undersigned uj M. lUliaiU CUUrt vt umvuin invi) .... ... rtatc or Daniel Klmlor, deceased, on the ,120 tiny of AuKimt.18-0. Person having claim against aald cMale Jpn mnlnd ta vnhllilt thrill to the executor for allowance within one year from the date or Mid if lien, or iney may ue prcci tied from any benefit of said ettatc, and not exhibited within two year they will I lon ger barred. JNO. T. klMLKll Vx . JanSl U. W. KIMLElt. l'xt A DMIXtSTHA'l Ofl'S NOTICE. A. Notice la hereby vlvcn that letter ol uiiminutratlnn with will annexed were irranted to the underalgncd on the entatc of Mary U. Turner, dee'd, by the Probate Court of Lincoln county. Mo,, on the 14th day of January, 187. lVmniiK lntvltiir claim asatnvt said rotate tire required to exhibit them to the adm'r Wir lor allowance wimin one year irora mi iiiitu ni ald letter, or thev mar be nreclm...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 July 1877

THE TBOY HJEHAliD. WEDNESDAY JULY 11, 1877. FraceetflNqs '( f l lieMicsi tSUli CNVNt'Ua. The Iowa Republican State Con Ten Hon was field at Dei Molnos on l lie 27lti. Hon. John It. Gear, of Burllnttony tree aomltialail- for gov(. erno'VlIofil'-Prank cknipbefl, 0 Jasper county, for licutentntgover nor, and Chlof-Justlce Day, the prei. cut Incumbent, renominated for su preme Justice. Resolutions In rofor once to national affaire were adopted as follows : 1. That the United States of A tu er ica It, a nation not a league; that, by the combined workings of national ami slate governments, the rights of every citizen should be every whore secured.- Failure to secure them is crltultial.tirgleet.. 2. Tlie Republican parly has done the work of the preservation of the government, to which the nation owes Its life, and the Republican parly Is unfinished. The permanent pacification of the South and the coniplote protection ol nil citizens In the tree-enjoyment of till lliolr rights Is a duty to...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY II, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1877. RATES OF ADVERTISING, Tfea !( Mccratarr The nubtlo dinner on the 8d all Trenton, N. J., to Geo. II. Itobeion. ex-secretary ol (he naxy, wei it grand afalr. Senator Jas. O. Ulaino waa among the company. Hon. Thus. w. ucuartor preiiueu anu announced that the banquet waa a aoclal affair, THE ST. LOUIS. MAEHT. From taellepublican, July 9.1 ' si rata. WlIBAT-fiaaples were In larger offer- Ing, and with additional cnlllsfnthe mar ket the demand wai mete active, tratseiss 1 mjtwrc 1 Insertion,... 91 W J"".'"" "V- ' EL""' mo,ty it price. ot Tuesday. Oradee were !.Lffi?"rv-"--.'"-. iS SliVA l.htBiw.nt,noMoI red winter" of- Klnalettlcnsent Notice. 00 Mr Robeson spoke principally In da- fered, but bid Me lower at 1175 than tut e tray Notice (Mngienray),...... " fenaa of hie administration of the previous sale, and wm lower all round for cecii ouuivioni y . , , , , " I navy, and insisted He condition waa future. C...

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