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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN. COUNTY, MO., JULY 18, 1877. NO. 20; TROY HERALD. rcnt.iAtiKD nv FISHER Sc CO., AT HI. SO n Year In Atlvnno. LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. SoiU water 5 conti a glass at Wool folk & Co'i. Mri.Mary Olcnu (neo Morrison) !i visiting frlonds In Troy. Prof, lilanton left last Wednesday on a vttlt to Bonnet Carro, La. Celluloid Coral Necklaces for one dollar at J. A. Wlthrow'a. Prof. LcDrun, with tlio Europoan show, to exhibit at this place on tho 2Cth, will mako a balloon ascension. Cooso & lloneati will have fresh meat on hnnd every morning at the old stand of Ilencau & Wolls. Woolfolk & Hand will sell you a a Singer Sewing Machiuo, with all ihualtuulinicnlB complete, for $35. Tho Amateurs nro making haste lowly. Tho current of "Still Waters Uuu Deep" Is as lazy as deep. Woolfolk & Hand nro selling all kinds of Sewluir Machine Attach incuts, Xccdles, etc.. at reduced prices. Four pounds of tho very best Codec fcr $1.00, for cash at A. ...

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. — 18 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1877. A WomanWictury. A pale, desperate face, whole dark c)c li""o like shooting tires; rod compressed to a more line ol color; on orccl, rigid figure, whos cotil hand held an open foreign-look-ing letter, llio poitiiian lind Just de livered. '1'lic letter read : "ItnMK, December 27, 1870. "Mr. ilrooko Poworicourl's com pliments lo thelndywho subscribes herself Mr. lltiperl Powerncourt's wit'c, and hep both to dlicrodlt the Mutemcul. nud to icluto the requested umIsIoiicc." And tho pale, rigid woman girl she looked, and waa an years wont was Klllnor Powerscourt, tho seven months' widow of the handsome, pro fl i-ato fellow she had married one tilled day when Ida lovc-ploadlngs mid hi tnngiiltlccnt beauty had ap pealed nil too strongly to her lonely lieart. Il had been qullo a romance Hup erl Povorcourt' and Klllnor Wal Ion's cuiirUhlp. llo bad seen her. been smitten with l.pr wonderful beauty, fallen un measu...

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. — 18 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. JULY 18, 1877. Dir. Smith Bar. A family named Smith has recently moved to Gorinuiilown, and Mr. Drown's boy, on Saturday, limned over tlie (ciioo and gave to our re porter lila Itnpres'loM of Mr Smith's bov, a lad about 14 yean old. "Yes, me and him aro i lulit well acquainted now ; ho knows moru'n t do and he's had more experience. Hill any Ills lather tisutl to bo a rob her (Smith, by the way, is a deacon in l ho Presbyterian chm-eli, and a very excellent lawyer), and Uia". ho lias ten million dollars In gold burled in his cellar, alonjc with a whole lot of human unties, people ho's killed. And ho says hi father is n conjuror, mid that ho makes ali tho earthquakes that happen anywhere In tho world ; the old iiian'll come home at tiltfht, af tcr there's beou an earthquake, all covered with sweat, and so tired he kin hardly stand, lllll says It's such hard work. "And Dill told me that once when n man came round I hero trying to sell llXhtiilutf.rods, his...

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. — 18 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. JULY 18, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1877. xv, r. ruvRJivmo, usmern. ,Tud(fo Duckner U formally an uouncetl b a candidate Tor poaker. Tho Missouri confcronco of the M. K. Chtircli, South, Is announced to be held nt Fulton, Callaway couuty, ou the l'.'lli of Scftemlicr. Gov. Wudo Hampton, It It stated, will deliver an address at tho Winne bago county fair, at Kucklord, lll. iiols, whoreJefT Davis-riioVt spook two years aj;o. Ilo has been Invited to Fulton olno. Gallant lltilo Cuba I, stilt battling for auduiuuden?u. While Spanish cruisers nro firing into American ves sels, wouldn't it lie JuU ns well for us to declare Ilia patriots cutltlod to bel ligerent rights? Marshal Douglas of Nortji Carolina, hou of tho great statesman, Stephen A. Douglass, U charged with con spiracy to defraud the government by presenting false voucheis In his uucouuts for allowance. The senatorial investigation in Or egon, designed by certain Uepubllcan leaders to cist...

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. — 18 July 1877

THE IHOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 18??, EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.-LoIIpm tclxuicntary on tho UKtulv of Wil liam Smith, .tr.,deceaod. tvoii) urnntctl tho underlined on Hie lutli iluy of July, 1877, by I he l'rotmtu Court of Miiculn county, Mis noun. All person having claim ngaliiKt mtltl ci tiito ru required to exhibit them for ill Inwaiicu to the executor within ono year lifter the ilutc of mild letters or they muy be precluded from any hencfit ol Mich cMnte; mid 11 xUith claim ho not exhibited within two year from tliu dutc of ml J letter, thvy will ho lorcver haired. This lull ilny of.lulv. 1877. WKI.TV SMITH v IIIMTTOX smith!1" .r. ORDER Of PUULICATION. In the Circuit Court ol Lincoln county, .Mi-suuii, In vacation, July 7, 1577! WIIIUm I.. Klnbvrry, I'lulutltT, VH. Ellxaheth A. Ilnmmuck. l.ydln J. Dry-Jen iiikI lcorj!u Drulcn, hut huMiiind, II Hum W. ilannnack, r., David A. Hum. mark. Sarah J. Adam (formerly Surah J. llainiuack), Louliai llaync ami l.iilayctlu llavn-, her husband, '...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 July 1877

THE 1'ltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 187 EXKCUTOIt'S NOTICE.-JTotlce U hereby Riven Ibat letter testatuen t:irv were irrantcd to the limlrrstirned nv 1'robnte court at Lincoln cottuty.Mo,, on the Mntc of Daniel Kinder, deceased, on the V.'uitay or aiwiisi, ihju. Person havlnif claim isalnst until estate. arc required to exhibit them to the executor lor allowance wuuin one yor iroin ino ilntn nf mIiI letter, or thev in.-iv lia iircclu- liil I mm nny licncHtof said rUte, nnil If noicxniimeii wwiin two years wry win in lorcicr lurrctl. .INO. T.KIMLKin t. Jalffll U. iV. KIMLKIt, 1 APMINISTItA'IOR'SXOTICE. Nnliit In hereby ilvni that letter ol mlnilnl-trnllnu with ulll annexed wero vruiitcil t the tinilfrolitiicil on the vnUtoaf Aliirv C. Turner. ilecM, by tho I'robnto Court of Lincoln eount; , JLo., on tnc Httt liiv of .Inmlnry. IK". l'cr-nii" bavin? claim nnitiot mm estate m i! rripurwl to exhibit IHein tn the ailm'r tor inrnlliiwitnco within one ycur from th (lute 01 :tiil letters, ...

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. — 18 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1877. Tlilnttlur. Thinking It not droamlng. The world l roll of drentnors. A few inon lo most pt Its thinking. Thinking U inantilncturlng. It li lakmg mental tool mid hammering and filing and moulding and shaping, uiiill Ideaa have grown Into lully developed real hies ol l ho brain, with dimensions and dourly marked outlines. The reason I here are not moro thinkon I liecnntc ihlnklng is work it wears mviiy tlssuo and muscle. It I tire vome. It requires llmu and purpose. Men run dream while they sleep ; to work they must bo awake. DreMuliig Is looting nwny the llond galo and allowing tho Hood to pour through : if anything rcumliif It Is only drill' wood Unit may chance to hung on thu wity. Minds till with (li'ilt-wood liocittiso they ure not ihlnklng. Thinking is inoasurlng r.hanees, weighing principles, watch ing tho operation nl Uw ; Ills a tiro cess ol Creeping upon things and tak ing thcui by tiurprino before they have time to gul uwtiy. A ihl...

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. — 18 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1877. WILL EXHIBIT AT TROY, THURSDAY, JULY 26TH, 1877. Warrentoit, Wednesday, July 25. - Aew Hope, Friday, July 27. GREAT EUROPEAN ZOOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, MUSEUM, 110YA1 C010SSEUM, The Standard Show of America 1 M l'errle In It Appointments tlmotrletl In the crucible of public opinion. Matchless In grandeur. A veritable volcano or ottnc Hon. The outgrowth of untold wealth. The acme of excellence. None equal It. Itiiftr Hi only parallel. Strictly nrst-clns In ull Itn detail. A cornucopia of Wonder. Feature lt specialties. .More animals and wild beast 1 More mar vels In It museum I More performer In the arena ! More men and horse ! and umpirs tlonnhly the Baest outHt nf any how-In America. It name I a household wonl. lie reputation is world-wide. Aiwa y good but tbl year better than ever. A STALKING GIANT Among the pigmies The air. the forest, the sea, have contributed Ireelv. A moving, living league of grandeur. Costly chariots, princely pomp. Ori...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JULY 25,1877. NO. 30. TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BY FISHER &, CO., AT 411 .SO a Year 'in Advance, LOCAL AND OOUNTY NEWS. Mr. Thos. II. Kills and family of St (Louts are visiting friends In Troy. Ladles Hunting Caso Gold Watch for 930 00 at J. A. wunrow-s. It Is reported that corn in Cap-au Jrls bottom will bo a complete fall ure. Woolfolk Ss Hand will sell you a Singer Sewing Machine, with all theaitaonmems complete, lor 900. Iter. 8. Fayn, lu chargo of tho Lu ttieran church at old Monroe, was In town last Monday, and called round to ace us. Woolfolk Ss Hand aro closing; out tholr stock of Bummer Clolhln UK. ale Dress Goods, etc., ut Wholeea Trices. Tho children enjoyed themselves at n llttlo folks' party, given at tho roil deuce of Judge Boutlls last Friday evening. Thero was a pleasant chtldrens' par ty at Dr. Hint's, Monday evening, in 'honor of his oldest daughter's (Lis zio's) birthday. "Somo recollections of a trip to Califor...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JULY 25, 1877. TROY HERALD.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1877. A Pretty Market Girl. "Dear me! I'm suro I don't know whnltodo: If ever anybody wnslti a fix I'm In one now." "What Is It.nuntlc, csn't I helpyou out of your llx?" ' "Sakes all vol no, Lntlo dear, you can't hcln nicotic Int." I "Now, ilou't soy that, aiinllo; I'm curtain 1 ran bo of scrvtco to you If you will only allow me. Why, l'vo been hero a whole weak, and l'vo ilono nothing but drcia, roud, cat and Icon, and I'm as useless as tlio stuffed owl upon the bookcase in tho library, untl more in tho way. Why, child!" and good Mrs. Kenny Mopped In I, or work of pre-j wrkoyiat Colonel Ormsby's," paring a lurkov for tho market, and cttllc(1 oul ,,er " looked lovingly at her nleec. "II "Oh, no ; but you haven't told mo don't llko to hear you talk that way. 1 where he lives," said Lutlo, stopping Why, bless yourdear heart, t lie loved u,"i wlll,, tor tl,u Information. . hild of my dear sister cau never bo' ...

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. — 25 July 1877

THE ntOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1877 Brick Vmmnmr ftflrMMllMb . We havo studied the phenomena of plrliuallim for yean. Have given tt much of time and weokt ol thought. Have mixed with medlumi, tat In olrclei, I ul cued to wonderful thing, seen itrango sights ai'd itartltng ex pertencei, but do not know that we are one whit hotter, braver and more honeit than boforo etiterlug upon the Investigation. The lessons learned In tlio lap of the good woman who taught us of tl o Bible, hsvo stood us better In all the buttles f life aiid conflict with cor ruptlon, than has all the know lodge -vet obtained through spiritualism Tho Bible tells us to bo pure, upright, vlrtuou. united In faith with those who aro workers for Immortality, mid upright walkers on tho road ol life. Spiritualism leads to frco love, adultery and inhdetlty. It is In and of lUell a puzzle an enigma amass of disintegrated rubbUli very much of tho order of nightmare, as eliinl noted by iIiobo or its mouutebanks who stan...

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. — 25 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1877. I IIKO. . riSMKR, I V. T. miiRnonDi I EtMtara. Tlio government ha ordered nine companies of troopi from Georgia to Idaho. Tlio Plattsburg Lever has itoppcd Ihlking "greenbacks," and Is now on the IcmpersncA Irnll. Tho Cossacks burned alive the whole population of a town In Bulga ria. How is that for lively Christian business? Tlio number of the North Ameri can Itcvlow containing Judge Black's ii ill do on The Electoral Conspiracy liaa reached a Allh edition. -1 s Gpii. U. T. Beauregard has writ ten a long and cheering letlcr about the Kods Jetties, In which ho predicts ihcy will bo entirely successful. Gov. IMiclps, who has been sojourn ing at Hot Springs, Arkansas, for the benefit of bis health, has returned. Ho resumed tho duties of his office on il.o lSili, much improved in health. A Xcw York special of the 20th to the tit. Louis Times says: Wm. M. Tweed has addressed a letter to tho counsel of the ...

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. — 25 July 1877

TELE. TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 187? ORDER Of PUBLICATION. in the Circuit Court or i.lncore county, ,Mlxnui I. In vacation. July 7. 18T7. William I.. Klsberry, Plaintiff, va. Jtlisnljctli A. Ilammack. I.ydla J. Dryden and (leorge Dryden, hei husband, W'll Hum W. Ilnmniiick, sr., David a. Hunt iiiucK, ijnrali .1. Adam (formerly Sarah .1, lliimmacli), Louisa llayncs und Lafayette Huyii", her husband, Theodore llayucs, Allicrt Hnyiici, Seneca W. Ilammack, Miirv A. Wutts and Atordcca It. Vfum, her fmbnnd, Wesley Ml. Ilanunuck, Surah A. Tailor and Wlillnm A. Taylor, licr llllsUilllu, TO llliuni n . iiiiuiiiini'K. V. ilammack, Mary L. Uummack. Hour no 31. Ilummaik, Allicrt Ilammack and Kuirciie H. Ilammack, DefendaBts. Now at thU day come tho plaintiff by III attorneys, and alleges In his petition and lrove to tho naturae Hon of tho clerk of iho :inult Court. In vacation, tlmt Vm."V. llamniMck.sr., Daniel A. lUmiuack, Sarah I.ouMj UaynenaiidLayfayetto llapcs.hcr husband. Theodore ...

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. — 25 July 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1877. WILL EXHIBIT AT TROY, THURSDAY, JULY 26TH, 1877. Warreiitou, Wednesday, July '25. - New Hope, Friday, July 27. OREAT EUROPEAN ZOOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION i MUSEUM, ftOYAt COtOSSEUM. The Standard Show (of Imerica I vSBBBSSBBBlaaaV??SBBBBBBBBA Peerless In It Appointments, tlmetrlcd In the crucible of public opinion. Matchless In grandeur. A veritable volcnno of nttnc. tloiiH. Tho outgrowth of tintold wealth. Tim acme of excellence. None equal It. ItMjir It enly parallel. Strictly tlrst-class lu all its detail. A cornucopia uf Wonders, features Its specialties. More utittitulw nnl wild beasts! Jlorc mar vein In it musoum ! More performer In tho arena '. More men and horses ! and umpies tloiinlily tliu Hnut on ttlt ot any fhow In America, I In name In a household word. Itn reputation In world'Wlde. Always good but tlili year better tliun ever. A STALKING GIANT Amoug the pigmies. The air. t lie forest, the sea, have contributed Ireelv. A moving, livi...

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. — 25 July 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1877. Wheat Proapecl. Tho report of tho department of ag rlctilturo Indicates bolter prospects than usual for wheat. The report of June, 1876, tiiatio tho average for the country IS por cent, hclnw tho aland iird ol the normal condition, anil sub sequent returns wcroftllll lowor.lorc casting tho scarcity which has occur red. Tho nvcrago for winter and Fining wheal below, 377 counties ro- porting winter wheat In lull norma condition, 101 above 100 and 183 be low It. Of l!io spring whoatcouiillei 82 rcubi t 100, 117 above aud 168 bo low. STATE AVERAGES. Arkansas Alabama Connecticut California , Delaware Florida ieOI'gill JlHllllll.l Illinois town Kentucky Kllllsils Loulslaiu Maine ,. Massachusetts , Maryland Jllssis-lppl Michigan MlUllC-Ottl Missouri New II mpslilrc 'cw York SOW Jersey North Carolina Nebraska Ohio Ircgon l'ehll)lvulil:t Jthodo Island South Carolina TcMis TclUICSseO Vermont Virginia West Virginia Wisconsin 100 00 Ml fH) Ill 1U0 lot 111!...

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. — 25 July 1877

J"!. Maili THE TKOV HJEHAL1X WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1877. amautemmr,,. a -r- f-,y.-,i , ,f TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1877. RATI! OF ADVIRTISINO. I nature KimMUm , ft M Kseh jklditloMl Insertion , " Administrators' Notices S 00 Ulial Settlement Notices 8 00 Mray Notices (single stray) a 09 badi additional stray tu tame uotfoe. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to regular tdvertliers. Advertisements will take the regular run of the paper, Extra chsrges made for pre ferred placet. No certificate of publication will be mode until mill publication has been paid for. J'lio tion-observunco of this rule has been tliu ovi'iivloii of much trouble and actual loss. Our terms aro: Cash In advunec. n nub iiiition ; casii on delivery, nr yeti worn nil cam on ucmaniMorauvcrdsemcnis. The late editorial convention io looted Springfield at the place for Ibe next annual re-unlon. Aa the people of that place seem to be Imbued with the Idea that the publtihora oi Mia ifurl are a set of dead-bea...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 1,1877. NO. 81. TROY HERALD. PUBLIBflKD BY FISHER & CO., AT feftl.SO a Your in Adranofl LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. A white coon was toon In St. Charles comity a ihort time slnco. Soda water 6 cents a glass at Wool folk & Co'i. St. Charles city liai alreay collected taxes on four hundred doge. Tbe short-horn breeders of Mil ourl bold a couveutlon at Louisiana to-day. ir you want an Elgin Sprlngfleld Walthum or bwlss Watch call on J. A. Wltbrow. Mr. John Mlddlekamp, treasurer of Warren county, was iu town last Monday. The camp meeting at Mechanics vllle, St. Charles county, will com mence on tbo 17th Inst. Tbe Amateurs will give their next entertainment on Friday evenlug, August 10th, without fall. Porter Norton has oponcd a now livery stable In Troy, in connection with bis tuck lino to Wentzvillo. Or. A. E. Noel will return from New Hope next Saturday, and will remain iu Troy during tho mouth fol lowing. Woolfolk & H...

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. — 1 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1, 1877. TROY JHERALD. ' WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1, 1877. awau reosllectiom or a trip re California. BY A. L. T. A trip to California it advanta geous lu many rcipecu. Tho plctur oiquo iccnery, beautiful landscapes, and moro than nil, tho invigorating mountain air nnd ocean breezes to .which the inhabitants of the Missis- Ippl valley arc strangers, conibluo to rnako the trip probably the moil plcftsliic.lnittuotlvo and hoaltbful that could bo tukeu In any other part or America. All grades of temperature, from tho sultry heat of the plains to the frosting chill of the mountains, can bo experienced along the journey, in the short space of a few days. None need apprehend any danger. The "poor red men" have retreated to the hills, and Uncle Sam's troops, Wild Dill's and Three-Angered Jack's havo taken their places. They can be seen In small squads along the road on the approach to tho "Itockles," begging whisky, tobacco, bread and car rides, the latter of whic...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 August 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1877. TCE PLVCK. How Nlhtni Lur vrortc Utr ramllr Acre Let. Prosa the Charleston (S. 0.) Mewil There were thoie who ;knew noth ing of labor in former yean, end Ince the war hkve yielded to the prettnre of the timet and been re duced to abiolute want. Tola haa been tho fate of many Southern farm lie of ae good blood aa erer courted through human yelnt, and thete nat ural born gentlemen and ladtea are to be pitied In their poverty. Their former Uvea wero sot calculated to prepare them to battle agalmt the trlali that cruel war baa brought upon thorn. But they are really ad mlrable in their preient destitute ' condition, for not a murmur ever es cape! one of them. Occasionally thore. crops out from among this data an Individual whoso pluck can but excite the admiration of all w ho know blm or her. And Just such a person Is a lady acquaintance of Col ouel D. W. Aiken, on the lower coast of South Carolina, with whom ho has had some correspondence lat...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 August 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1877. THKOi U. VISHEM, I Mllaia w. t. ruvtmenm, I THE LEaierr. What It the lesson taught by tho terrible uprising of tho railroad em ployes ? The principal lines of the great net of rail way traversing this vatt country were impended ; trade and commerce were interrupted ; hundreds of Uvea were lost and mil Hon of dollars worth of property do stroyed; general business was par nlyzcd, and chaos and consternation ruled tho anxious hours. Tho scenes were terrific and apalling, They were significant and improulve. The nclt ami facts challenge thought. They appeal to the deepest concern tnent and closest dlsnorumcutof all who arc cnpablo of discharging tho duties of citizenship throughout tho Icngih and breadth of tho nation. It is a question of menacing character. It is a question of urgent require menu In the domain of statesman ship. Those who would Ignoro its claims to liiimcdlato and caroful con Mdcratlon ...

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