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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 August 1877

THE mOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1877. okl ltcMcraile CnreHilH. The Domocralto ittle convention of Ohio net t Columbus on the 25th ult. The commlttoo on reiotutloni iub milled the following which were uiitnltnouily adopted: The Democratic paTty of Ohio In stale convention assembled renown Its uledi(04 of devotion to the Union mid conatitutlon with lit amend monts. It declaroi as essential to the proiorvation of froo government, lallhful adherence to tiio following principles: A strict constitution, home rulo, supremacy of civil over military power, separation of church and state, equality of all citizens be fore the law, liberty of Individual nc tlon unvexed by sumptuary laws, ab solute acquiescence on the lawfully expressed will of the majority, oppo sition to all subsidies, preservation ot public lands to ue ot actual settlers, maintenance and perfecting of the common school system. I'ortlnout to Issucktiow pending be foro the people : First Resolved that wc look upon the Inau...

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. — 1 August 1877

THE TliOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 187?. nnDER OP PUBLICATION vln tlie Circuit Court of Lincoln county, winnuuri, ill rwMivui wuii Wltllws L. Elsberry, Plaintiff, VI. Elizabeth A. Ilatnmack. l.ydla ,T. Dryilen nnd Grorgo Hrvden, hoi husband, Wil liam W. llaminack, sr., David A. Ham mack, Surah .1. Adam (formerly Sarah L Jlammnck), Louisa Uayncs and Lafayette Hay lies, her husband, Theodore llayncs, Albert Ilnyncs, Seneca W. Ilamtmick, Jlary A. Watts and Mordeca B. Walts, licr fiu1iand. Wesley W. llaminack. Sarah A. Taylor iiihI William A. Taylor, licr liusbuud, William W. llaminack, Jr., .tames F. lliimmack, Mary L. Ilummuck. Ucergo M. Ilnintnuck, Albert S. llnnimack and Kiigcnc II. llaminack, Defendant. Now nt thin day comes tho plaintiff by Ills attorneys, nnd allege In his petition and prows to the satisfaction of the clerk of tbo Circuit I'oiirt, In vacation, that Win. W. Jlanimnck, sr., Daniel A. Hammock, Sarah ,1. Admit ifnriiicrlv fearuh J. Ilainmuckl. Loulu llaviiCH and ...

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. — 1 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY", AUGUST 1, 1877. A Lotty sirlo. "Style," says Lord Chesterfield, "la the dress of thought!." Home thoughts like certain persons, are thin, lean, lank, yet tlioy arc arrayed tfeorgcouily as n bulla In full dress. There Is nothing but the dross to at trant notice. Here Is an Illustration : Coming Into court 0110 day, Ersk ino porcelved the anklo of Mr. Hal four, who generally expressed him self In a very circumlocutory mannor. tied up with a silk handkerchief. "Why, what's tho matter?" said ho. "I was taking a romantic ramble in my brother's grounds, whim coming to a gate, I bad to climb over it, by which I camo lu contact with the first bur, and grazed the epidermis ol my leg, which has caused a slight ex travasation of blood." , "You may thauk your lucky stars" replied Erskinc, "ihat your brother's gato was not as lofty as your style, or you must Imvo broken your neck." If Mr. Uallour had replied to the question, "What's tho matter ?'' "I fell from a gut...

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. — 1 August 1877

.JSUWlr.-WZZ. THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1, 1877. TROY J1EKALD. ' WEDNESDAY. AUG. 1, 1877. t RATI! OP ADVIRTISINQ. I nature 1 tniertlsn $1 M Koch additional Imtcrtlon 75 Adinlniatrators' Notice 3 00 I mil tottli'Dient Noticed 8 00 Mray Matlvo (slnjilo stray) .. 3 00 Knv.1i additional stray In same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to resular sdvcrtlssrs. Advertisements will take the regular run of the paper, Extra charge made for pre fcrrtd place. No certificate of publication wilt be made until Mich publication h been paid for. The non-obscrvuncc of this rule liun been Hid n,.i.iitlnii nf much troulile and actual loss. Our term are : Cash In udvunce. un sub tlptloii i cash on delivery, ror jou worn tul cash on demand, for advertisement. Ladle' lluullng Cam Gold Wntcu for $30.00 at J. A. WUhrow's. Digit' Hog Cholera Mixture will berealtor bo soul in Troy only by . Wooj.koi.k Ss Co. i, .i.i-i .iii Now York Democrats aro confident of their ability to carry tho ita...

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. — 8 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 8,1877. NO. 3li. TROY HERALD. puittaiiKD nv FISHER & CO., AT aHll.OO a Yoar In Advance LOOAL AND COUNTY NtWI. The Amateurs next Friday night. Git the Amateurs a full bouie noit FiltUy night. Ladles' Uuutlng Case Gold Watch for too 09 at J. A. Wllhrow's. Mr. Boyd, living "car Flint Hill, had a fine mare stolen on tho28th ult. Remember that the Amateurs give on entertainment next Friday night Our merchants have plenty of time so fight tho flics ttiey don't advcr tlio. Gent's Hunting case solid Gold Waich for $60.00 at J. A. Wllhrow's. Dr. W. W. lllrkhead arrived lu own Monday, lie will reaiaiu about a week. Tho people of Wentxvlllo have deemed it necessary to organizo for protection against I rumps. There will bo a jitctuc at tho Rlggs farm, two and r. half miles from Troy, on the Auburn road, next Friday. We think our merchant have hod enough vacation. Stir up things littlo by a free use of printer's ink. Mrs. X. C. Dryd...

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. — 8 August 1877

f THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 8, 1877. TROY JIEKALD. ' WEDNESDAY,' AUG. 8, 1877. nOSCMVITU mCRBKRCRI. HewHolr 9lMl Ike W wn mma Children at Rastckack. lCorrcupotiiteiieo afllio London Dnliy Tele graph. Shuhla, July 1. Silling m I ant in tlio tent of a Turklth officer, far re inovctl from tlio sounds, although surrounded by tlio scenes of war, I will try to placo boforo you a picture which ha patted boforo my own eye, and of which the terror will never be effaced from my memory. Mv III tj ha not been tpent In peaco liil scenes; wandering In many lauds, J have witnciied many a horrible cru Hiy ; but never boforo ha It been my lot to look upon inch fearful barbar if y or that which tlio Russian army, in the uamo of religion and tlio czar, licrpclratedat Rostchttck. , KU8TCHUCK. Let me ask you to plcturo It to yourselves, a Turklth town of tome forty thousand inhabitant, bullion tho edge of a broad awiflly running mi cam. Sloping down to tlio river hank It used to appear to me ai...

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. — 8 August 1877

THE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1877. Umm Crapa mm a Price. American firmer could hardly with for finer prospects than lite near future promlsos lu the prices of grain. A conjunction of fortuitous clrcuni stances U preentod thlnenion which In m satisfactory a It la excaptloimt. Tho wheat crop (avo In a very few place) It abundant, and tho grain la of superior quality, and the protpooli nro very promising for other grain crop. Not only to, but thero can be 110 question about good prlcei. Usu ally, when cropi aro ao abundant at hey are, and proinlio to bo, this year, (trices are depressed, but in this in etauco an abundant supply and good prices go together ; tl o demand will, no doubt, lie commensurate with the atipply. Tho mlsrortuiio of other countries Is Americas opportunity ; mid wl.llo we may depluro the ostites which have contributed mainly to the slitting and proipoctivo condition of I she grain market, they could not have transpired more opportunely for our lieople. Wo...

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. — 8 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1877. THKOi II. t'lNH KB. I j The ilck Turkey it on" atrlke. Russia's Christian crusade It raring badly Just now. England, Austria ami Turkey will jrill together In the Eastern question. The Ba'kaus are behind the Rut tstans and much trouble before them. Tho chances of cx-Gov. Chamber l il n for a term in tho South Caroliua icultciitlary are said to be good. District Attorney DlissofSt. Louis J preparing to bring a new civil suit tig.ilnst Hilly McKoe of tho Globe Jmncrat. The poor-house ot Slmcoc. Ontario, vus burned on tho night of the 3d Inst., and seventeen ul tho luiuales perished In the Humes. W. II. Vandorbllt, president of tho Hudson River and New York City railroad, distributed $100,000 to thee employes who did not Join in the Mrlko. A cigar-box factory in Cincinnati turned on tho 3d, and it is thought f-omc eight or ten girls out of I ho twenty-two employed in it perished In I he flames. Several ...

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. — 8 August 1877

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 187?. NIW ADVIRTIIIMFNTt. PIANOS wiMet Bran Ntxr, rrr irli'0 rocwood I'lunos only UnUANd17, must be 10I1I. Vine Hcwno4 Upright Piano little nted, Vmat SHOO, only SI83. l'arlor Organ i Stop 4S, I) Stop 1(18, It Slop only 975. Nearly New 4 Hut Heed 18 M"P Suit H.t unci cnunler Orrun tin. cot over s3.tt). Lowest Prices ever offered sent on 15 Juy test trial. You lc why I oiler so chcapT 1 no aver. Hard Timet 1000 employees must have Work. IteMi't of war commenced on me liy thu Monopolies. Battlu Itnjrlnif. I'lrtlcular tree. Address Daniel '. Benttr, Whlnitin, New Jereey. nil styles with J. 11. United, OK A!VCV CARBft J name, 10c. pot paid. Hens Co.. .Sew York. .iHV) I itrrstinul f , 'get itiutja hi nfuiuuTriHir MU.SMllU(3r Menu. In Con IK WW New' mui -running! jiim.ioxj ka ur.a run i i i .wuu gcni Wanted for tho cross: ORESCENT E8TABM8HED 1849. ansv ovricn,or MARK CANMANN, 4 N. Tlild Stoot, ST. liOTTIS, IMEO-, WITH Till Ott AKD MMABLK '1HM or NULS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1877. l)TLM rlS lltllll lflAPlltW VIn the Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Mi ourl. In vacation, July T, 1877. William h, Kloberry, I'lalntltr, VR. Kllxnbeth A. Ilaminack, I.yilln .!. Dryden mill llftnrtfft llrt'ili.ll. hr.l lill.litiliil H'll. Hum W. lliiuiinack, r., D.iviil a. If am innck, tfnruh .1. Adam- (lormcrly Snruh .t Ilaminack), Lnuls.i llaync- unit I.ttTayotti Jlnyun, tier hunbnnd, ihendore Ilavncs Albert llaync-, Scnecu W. Ilaminack Murv a. Watt- mm Jtordcca II. W.dt, her fill-hand, Weley V. Ilmnmick, Sarah A 'I'... I... .....I U',,11..... 4 I.... ... ..IJIll. ,,,. 11 IIKIIIII 41, I ilj IFI . 1111 husband. WIIILini W. Ilnmm.ict,. Jr., .linnet V. Ilanmiiick, Miiry L. Ilaiminick. I coi gn M II...... I. fcll...... .1. ...7.1 -. iiiiiiiiihci, i-kiurri r. iiuiiiinacK tlllll Kugcue II. Iliiininnck, Dclciidutil-. Mow at till iliiy tome- tli! il.ilnlllf by hl tittnrncyh, ami allege- In hi- i tlllon and prove- to me -ati-nctton ni tnc cirrn o...

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. — 8 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1877. WktH U Uralti Praperlr Bf aek f Western ftttral. An aniwer to llio above question li perhapi properly made when wp lay that It li when ttacki' aro to con atruotod a to ilictl all llio water ' which may full upon them. It it ca niertotay I his than to tleacrlue a proper manner of stacking. Largo qtiaiiilttei or (train aro frequently tie tt troy cd by storms bo fore It gets into the stack, but many stackers put It in worso shape In the stack than It was when In tho shock, sn that In wet (nils tho lots from rotting grain is luimcnso. if thu grain Is not far from tho stackyard, two teams ami lour men work to tho best odvaulugo ono to pitch In tho field, two toilrlvo tho teams ami a sucker. Nicely formed stacks or t icks oio on ornament to any stackyard, and Indlcato some thing of tho dtigreo of tattu or skill whlcn the farmer possesses, but It Is of morn importance tlml the slacking bo well done limn tint tho stacks shall look well. To prevent...

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. — 8 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 8, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 8, 1877. RATI! OP ADVIRTItlNO. snunro 1 Insertion, 1 M fcnch a.hlitlonal I inert Ion .5 Atinitnlatrator' Notice 3 00 r Innl Settlement Notices 3 00 Uroy Notice (-Injrle stray) .. 3 W hacli additional ttruy In samo notice . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to regular tdvertltert. Advortl'cmcnt will take the regular run cf the paper. Extra charge made for pre Sirred nlace. No certificate of publication will be mado illtll Fitcn imuucoiiuii upi ucuii J he non-observance or thin rule has been .I. .Mtnn of tnil.1l tl-nltltlf. Anil aptlltll lONll. clirtlon; ch on delivery, for job work nil can on uemaiiu. iutiuii:iuicuiuui. Celluloia Coral Necklace, (or ono dollar at J. A. Wlthrow'e. Savo Twenly-flo per cent, by hay Injf your Watches Repaired at J. A. Wllhrow's. Digs' Iloir Cholera Mlxturo iilho only known euro and preventive ol Hog- cholera. For eale by Woolfolk & Co. If you want an Elgin Springfield Walt hu...

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. — 15 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MOM AUGUST 15,1877. NO. 33. TROY HERALD. PCBLtStlBD BY FISHER & CO., AT I.OO a Year In Advance. LOCAL AND OOUNTY NIWS. County Court is in session Watermelons and peaches are com in in Watch for the ecllpio of the moon on tho 23d Inst Mr. B. D. T. Olhrer of Fulton is visiting friends in Troy. The organ sereuade of Monday night was fine. Mlis Mary 0. Thurmond left for ber home in St. Louis Tuesday. Sweeottake races Thursday and Friday at tho Gnrrolt race course Save $5 on a set of harness by buy ing of M. Sedlaccfc, Troy, Mo. The Troy ceuietory has not been cleaned up yet. Whose fault is it 7 Tho ptc-nlo at Rlgga' ford on last Friday was a very pleasant affair Mrs. Robinson and her daughter, MUs Ida, are visiting Kansas City. Dovs, you can take your gun and go for Iho prairie chickens to-day Prof. Laue of Louisiana has been stopping in our town for several days Tho County Grango met yesterday We will publish proceedings next week. Mr...

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. — 15 August 1877

THE TROY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15, 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 15; 1877. An Old Offender. When Carl Dlnkley. the private de tective of Iho Macacheek Air Line company, led Coiirteny Tenney to the altar, he ahavcd hit face until no hirsute appendage, lave a flue blonde mustache, remained thereon. . Tbla whim provented his recognition by several acquaiutaticoi on the day of lils wedding, and ho and Ida bride enjoyed more than one outburst of merriment at tholr expeuie. The wedding tour planned by "Dink," aa the employes and officers of the road familiarly called hint, promised to prove quite extensive, anil iho directors placed a palace car ut his disposal. Hut ho preferred, and so did his hrldo, to travel like tho rest of the people, and on Iho afternoon of the wedding day they stepped aboard the wedding twin amid iho good-byot of n host of relatives and friends. Thny expected lo reach their destina tion at 1 o'clock on the following morning, and for tho snko of Court ney, w...

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. — 15 August 1877

! THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1877. VHB CNITKB S)TATKS) ROPBISMK CSUMT UN C0t)N'f Y MNBIi We publish by request the follow Ing In regard to recent doclslon of the Supreme Court or tho United States, tukeu from tho financial col tunn of the SI.Louli JtejntbUcan i Repudiation of debt may tome timet be a matter of both Justice and necessity. Juitlce where the debt wat created by a conspiracy between acoundroli out of oiBce and icouu tlioU wrongfully In power, and the nrnccedi of audi fraudulently created debt divided hot ween them, and no cessltv whon a community hai been overtaken by tonio damaging calam ity which was out of their power to nvert, and which hoi 10 reduced their means that payment becomes impossible. Out to repudiato a debt bocauto repudiation la easier than payment it disgraceful and turo to react.upon any community that do it, Last week, Tuesday, tho United States supremo court rendered a do vision In tho caso of Johnson county, Kansas, In reference to tho ...

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. — 15 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15, 1877. , TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1877 1111:0. u. riniitR, f W, T. 'JIIIJIIMUnBt J Caller. Whero ii our boasted liberty and equality ? ll'safraud. Tlio country need more iroduceia and (ewer consumers. The railroader need a largo army. Perhaps tho bund-holders need a largo army. The faith of the government ! It Ii Immense. Will t lis people go hungry and naked to sustain the "barren ideality?" The peoplo have been paying taxoi oil the time on property uud money Why shouldn't the boudboldcrs do the tame? Jay Gould uud forty -seven other were fined cuch -'i0 in New York tlio other day for falling to aniwer when called on the list of petit Jurora. Tho working men hnve elected five out of seven candidate for tho legis lature over rcgulur Democratic iiom luce In tho city of Louisville. Congress I the law-making depart mvut of our povrmmcnl. Congress men arc elected by tho people. Why don't they vote for the right kind of congressmen ? The p...

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. — 15 August 1877

I THE rKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1877, NEW Livery Stable Porter E. JVorton lltii opened n now Livery Halite on Mutnst., touth of the Planter House. t New Buggies and Fresh Horses For tlio Lovers of Plcasnnt Drives. Ho ruiiH a dally hack line to WcnUville In connection with tho stable. IIOK3KS UOAIIDKD by tho day or week. T MUSTEK'S SALE. Who re Thomas II. Elmoro and Elizabeth Kl more, lilt wiro. by theireertidii dcedortiiiiit dated June 'Jd, 1875. recorded In deed pi trust book No. a or tho record n Lincoln cnuiltv. Ml'ilirl. convened lo tho tmder kIviikiI i inn Hut fnllnwiini described lands dlttintviu tin) county of Lincoln Hid Mittu or Jllonri. to-wit : The southwest quarter of tho -outtiwest quarter 01 section .,4, iowii ship 4!, ruiijjo a west, eontiilnlliK -1(1 acrei; also Bl piece of parcel of hind described as lollows, to-wll : heslnnln;; at the northwest corner id neetlon :i, township )!), ranjm S west, thence smith Wrods lo u Mono, thence cat to ti branch known :ti...

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. — 15 August 1877

I THE niOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1877 RDER OF PUBLICATION. Win the Circuit Court of Lincoln county, Missouri. In vacation, July 7.IS77. William Li. Elsberry, Plaintiff, vs. Ellxaheth A. Mammack. I.ydla .T. Oryden nnd Ucorge lirvdcn, hei husband, II limn W. Hammack, nr., David A. Ham mack, Sarah .1. Adams (formerly Sarah .1. llanunuuk), Louisa llayno ami Lafayette Haiti's, Iter Imsbaiid, Theodore Haynex, Albert llaynes, Seneca W. llaimitack, Mary A. Watts and Mordcca It. Watt. i,prni.iMnil. Wesley W.llanimack. Sarah A. Taylor and William A. Taylor, licr iiiinimnil. William W.liammark,Jr...faniea K. Hammack, Mary I.. Mammack. Ocargc 51, llauiniuck, Albert S. Ilninmauk and Vn,...n. II. Ilnuimii'k. Defendants. Now at thU day comes the plaintiff by his nltoriieys, and allege In his pjtltlon and prove to the satisfaction ol the clerk or the Circuit tJotirt, In vacation, that Win. W. llammark.sr., Uanlcl A. llainma.k, Sara h .i. ..i,.m (formerly nruli .1. Ilaiiimack). Loulsta Havoc...

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. — 15 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1877. KIMcnce m ting. The Rockvillo corroipoiident of tlio Torro Haute (Ind.) Exprttt any: lion. A. F. While wt potted for a poecli on last Saturday night In the court home. At the conclusion of his peeeh, which was one of Inn most of fccllve efforts, a call wan uiudo lor ireneral remarks. After a motnoiit's alienee In the audience, alrainp, who had been notified to leave town, canin lorward from the rear of tho audi enco, whero ho had been an attentive listener to Mr. White, and began to speak In a calm, measured volco. Everybody wnipUKzlod to know who lie was whciicn ho came, whiihcr he was going. Ills dress betrayed the hoy-stack, liollow-l.ig and box-car lodging, und h luck of chaugo for wash-day. As he progressed the wonder Increased thcro wus such discrepancy between his appearance and his Intelligence hiiiI manner, ills rhetoric and olneullon were perfect. Ills points wcro clenr and forcible In brief, he acquitted hlinioli so well that t...

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. — 15 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 15, 1877. OHDUH. At nltlEoni of Troy, who aro Inlcr eletl In Hi good natno, can wo boail of the onlor at (he Amateur perform ance last Frhlay night ? Wo aro not disposed to bo aoTore censors, but cannot conililcnllr prciervo mi np pearanco of Indifference and uncon cern to violation! of linportaul pro urictloa on auch occaaiona. We with to apeak in a suggestive way about t UU matter. Ileasouablo respect for I ho meitibera of the club demanda quiet attontlou. Nothing abould be tlono to dlscoucurt or conluso them. lloasonablo respect for periona In the audience who feol an Interest In tho play ahuuld oulorce good ordor upon tho part even of thoie who are luuir fo run t In a gcueral way. If any find themselves preiont entertaining the ttenllmoiit of contempt to an lire iircssslblo degree, let them phlloioph Ically recognize their tnUfortuno and gracefully retire wltb their ielfre siiuct and reuutatlon for decorum...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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