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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 22,1877. NO. 34 TROY HERALD. PUaMKItKD BY FISHKK, & CO., AT Mil. SO n Year In Artvanofl . LOCAL AND OOUNTY HlWi. lUtn It very much needed through out tho county. Thocold nights ami hot daya are keeping the corn back. Mr. Jai. Mudd of Canton it hero under treatment ol Dr. Hutt. Mr. A. J. Wi throw, mother and liter, are vliltlng relatives inlndiana Mr. J. L. Hlckok of St. Louli 1 visiting hie brother's family at this p 4C0, W. M. Norton and T. 6. Sydnnr liavo entered tlietr horned for a "plug1 race at tho Garrett track next Friday. Mini Mollle Norrls, one of Clarks vllle'ii charming young ladles, it ve iling frlenda in Troy. Ml or Clara V. Hodge, or St. Louis, la visiting the family of Mr. Miller Wilson of Clark townahlp. Mrs. Tllllo Whltolaw, who haa been visiting hero several weeks, returned homo last Thursday. Mr. John Nevlllo of St. Louis paid our town (!) a visit one day last week. It has been suggested that probably ...

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. — 22 August 1877

THE TROY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, AUO. 22, 1877. MOl.i; lt;coMtt)i uisiM of a trip TO CAMt'WHMA. II. Tito mountain on each sldo of I ho raud through the plain vary In ell, tauco Irom It, from lUlcoti to forty miles, but so plainly oro ttio gulches nml crevices seen in many of thorn, Hint they icotu to bcdltlai.t but alow hundred yards. This leng'lh of vis ion Is cntiscd by tho transparency of the atmosphere, which U inoro per ccptlblo the nearer tho approach to the l'acliic. Some distance bcyoi'd Chycnne we passed through tho Hist snow-shed, a building very common on tho plains and in tho mountains. In many places excavations aro miulo In inountU for tho road, over which tho tdicd Is built to prevent tho. drift of snow upon (ho road. In soiun parts the fence takes tho place of thnibcd, being built upon tho siilo frniti which ihcj drltt Is most llkoly to come. At "Well' Btatlon, Nevada, snow fell in January, 1870, to tho depth often feci, mid u low m...

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. — 22 August 1877

THE TRbY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 22. 1877. I UK UtltlNUN OUTLOOK. A Hcrl alike Past Mix 2natkaatl the Praapecit tor the Future. Mkhri's. Dun, Urn-low St Co'i quar terly circular, list Issued, ropnrti tlio number of failure. In htiluci for I ho llr't hull ol the pi coon t ycr m 4,749, with lUbllltlo aitiouiitlnjr to$99,600, 000. For tho tint littlf of Inst yonr the failure wore 4,C00, with $108, 415,000 ol liabilities, mid for the pro ceiling year, during the itnio period, t hero wero 3,668 failures, with $76,' 784.2CC ol lUhllllci. Tho failures for the Urkt tx month! of 1876 bio sild to Imvn been exceptionally Urge, anil theroloro the first half of the prcintit yenr tuny bo considered ai inoro dii antrum In the number of It failures t In it for any previous cnrrerpoiidlug periud, All the condition seem to Uvor bettor times ; tho crops are tfood and prices fair ; tho imports aro Hiuall; money is ohotp and abundant, uud thcro in a promise of another abundant harvest, but according ...

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. — 22 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 22, 1877. TROY HERALD. Arowo lo hive the tramp, tramp, Iprosldent. like MoMahon of Fiancn tramp, ol the toldten all over thuliunnreiioflranilPAniiMinaitnti. hi. 1ttr.t.iT..r.. . .. ... . " I rr - . - " nnufliiauAi, auuust az, H77. country, 10 Keep order? If to, we are tho Inevitable conseauences ol niiio. u. riaiiwiTi are turner the ahadows of a tin theory. Wt t. 'I'livRmuND. I - coinintr despotism. Turkey la bad diet for the Rmlw"0, Iflah comblnatloiia have lain. brought the laborer to Idlonest. and TllO Itoillltift nrn Iw.l pnalilm ihiiaI. I . """ '10 juei s w a What haa country? tiegruphilism cost the Shall ballots, or bulluta aud bayo nets, vulo tho country? Thero Is a vast dlllnrcnco between bond-holders and bondsmen. But, the Inconsistency or the Journal seems apparent and transparent. In the very saiuocol timn of the paper, undor tho head of "l.publlcan Nonsenso," It repudiates i ho Idea advanced by the Ohio Ito publicans, that congress sho...

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. — 22 August 1877

THE IMtOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1877, NEW Livery Stable Porter J3. Norton 11m opctiril a new I.lvcry KtuMn on Muln t., hutitli of tho Planters Uuiik. New Buggies and Fresh Horses Tor tlio Lnvurn of PleMaiit Drives. Ho run a flatly linck lino to Wcntr.villc In connection with tin; Muhlc. UUItSKS IIUAUDKD by the day or wenk. mitlTSTKK'S RALE. W h e r o n JL Thorna II. Elmoro and ElUuhoth HI more, lilt wile. I.v tlicir cortulu ilui-il iif ti net Otituri .lime 3d, lo7. rcconicii in uoeu 01 tru-l Ikiok No. 'i oftlio. record ol Lincoln ........... Itl I ..i.nii.r.iil In lln' under- idifiiod trulco Hut rollowfiw docrlliod land ululate III the county or Lincoln Ulil State ol Missouri, lo-wit : The Hoiilliwcst quarter tnho otithwest iptarioror feeiioii.H.town MiIii 40, ranH 2 went. ctmtaliiliitf 4iacro; iilsn a piece or parcel of limit decrlhcd 111 follows, to-wlt: lii'Klimlnir tit tliu northwest corner of Motion il, township 4M, raujfo. a vt. thenco south ho rod, to ii stone, thenco...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 August 1877

THE 1'JIOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 18 fir Ont)EIl OF PUBLICATION t jit. ..la fi..,u f ....-I.. nHii, w in iiie l n'liu t.uun ui biiiruiii cuuimi .Missouri, in vucniion, .iiuy . is.i. William h. Elsborry, riaintin, Kllznbctli A. Hnmmiick. Lyilia .1. Drydfti mid Ororjre Drvilcn, lici husband, Wll Hum W. Ilummnck. r UavUl A. Ham mark, Hiirali .1. Adam (formerly Sarah .1. llammack), Louisa llaync mid Lafayette llayii", her husbnnd, Theodore llayiic, Albert llaynei. Hcneen W llammack, Mary A. Watt hiii) Mordeea It. WtK licr husband, Wesley W. ilamniAck, Suralj A. Tuylor und William A. Tnjlor. her tiiinlitiinl, Willtnm W.llimiii:ick.Jr...)uinvi V. Hiiminai'k. Mary L. llammack. (Jcorgo M. llamniack, Albirt t. Iluiiiinnck and Kugcnc It. llammack. Defendant. Now ut till luy come the plalntlu liy III nltniiii-VH. und alleirc III III n.'tltloll and proves to tin! atifaetlon il tli clerk of llio Circuit Court, In vacation, tint Wui. W. llsminnck, sr., Kantel A. Ilitnmack, Sarah .1. Adam (...

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. — 22 August 1877

THlf TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1877. The Shis Rtf Hklienn Platrarm. The Ohio ltepiil iu.im Statu enliven tlou, hold at Cleveland on the lit, brioptcit dm Inllowlng : The Kcpuhllcans. of Ohio, in con vention Micmblud, congratulate the people- that during Hie loitff tri m of their control nf the hQ'hIih nl iait no ilaiii hat hoen to unit upon thulr record aa a parly ; Hint tholr inauaito tneiil of local uQali'8 hna Leon true to the moral und. Industrial Intercut nl t ho poople, and therefore they conll denlly point to llwlr it aa the beat evidence, of their Intention for the future. Oil Natlona question, llio Ilepnli. II can ot Ohio claim the naiuu Illicitly to right principle uud practices that they hiive exhibited In local nnd male iflidr. appealing 10 Mm Uoiennlna tlou of the people to maintain Uu publican principles ami practices. They odor tor the consideration oi the voters of Ohio the following platform and principles: Itckolved, That wo rcafllrin and ndopttho platlort...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 August 1877

THE TROY HE11ALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 22, 1877. HATES OP ADVERTISING. I square- 1 Insertlan 1 M Koch additional Insertion ift Aiitnlnlstratoi-' Notices 8 00 I I mil Settlement Notice 8 00 N'ntlce (simile stravl 3 00 Ktult additional stray In same notlco. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to reaulur idvertlisri. ' Advertisement will tako the regular run cf the paper. Extra charges made for pre erred places. No certificate of publication will be made mil iii.ii tmiiiiiMiiinii linn lirrn mild for. The non-ubservanee of this rule has been ilui ni..Milim nf much trouble and Mutual loss. Our terms are : Cash In advance, on miIh clptlna! cash ou delivery, for jou worn ml cash on demand, roriutveriuemcuis. HtlW BAI.Km ITKHM. The vrhont crop has fallen short of the eiMmatod crop one third. Mud billiards, or more frequently called croquot, li -.11 Iho rage now. Misses Annie and Mattle Wells, of raynoavillo, wero visiting Mlia Mat lib Cannon lust week. ...

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. — 29 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO,, AUGUST 29,1877. NO. 35 TROY HERALD. PVBLIARKD BY FISHER Ac CO., AT 91.0O a Your In Advanon . LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. Miss Lizzie Tborublll visiting In Aibley. A pleasant shower of rain lait San day morning. Mlu Sheba Mooro It visiting rela Uvea and frlenda lu Pike county. Save tfiont let of harneis by buy 1ng of M. Sadlacek, Troy, Mo. Judge Donflli loft for St. Louli lait Monday on business. Prepare for trouble, boyi ; school openi uext Tuesday. School Book I School Dooks ! ! at Wooifolk Ss Co's. Drug Store. A. B. Kills liai removed bla gro cery store to the Masonic building. Mr. W. D. Welch of New Hope made ui a pleasant call lait Saturday, The tobacco fleldi are looking extra well In Clark and Monroe townships. After a cool ipell ol two weeks or more, Monday rooming set lu warm and sultry. lion. C. E. Peers of Warrentpn was in Troy last Saturday on professional business. Mrs. T. E. Breckinridge of Brldg ton Is visiting tho fuiull...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1877. TROY JHERALD. WEDNE8DAY, ADO 19, 1877 rrr- ., 1 " mBJMt BKcaiXEC-rieM r a TMtr T CJAUrHNlA. WO. III. AtCorrlnne, twenty-Ive railea be yond Ogden, wo aaw what patted with train passengers at Three-Inhered Jack. The man waa a big, vnush.lnnbtnff IrUltmaM. with ona linger off hit left hand, but from hU ndsplrllng water from Itafourends, history or many or hlseploll, I was Ml tout to basin beneath, .confident that he waa an Impoator, or " lhe, bln la kept full. Around that the atorlei we read of him are ! margin is a bed ol moss, and In It falsehood, and I waa Inclined to aet ,en ih two gold and eight el ver, him down aa such, lie had . Thete were the moat beaullful little large bowle-knlfe at hla left aide, thlnga I ever aaw living. They were which ho onee and awbtlo would wry Pert and were alwaya moving, flourish with a vehemouco equal to Oral from the note to (he center of that of a savage. He gave ua to un, " "l o "natch up the blta of de...

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. — 29 August 1877

TttK TfcOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 29. 1877. Maxwell's Good Fairy. It would have been dlflcult to Im agine a greater contrast than waa pre aonted by two wotnon who were eon verting together In a email cottage house at Pendleton, one eumtner day. One was oale and etckly looklrg, with wow begone face, wearing clou mourning, and tpeaklng In a lugubrl out tone. The other and much the youngor, a girl or tliteon, wae a bril liant blonde, neatly and becomingly dressed In a chlnts suit ot bine and while, with a coquettish chip bat with blue feathers, Her lip and cheoke bloomed with health, and her eyet were radlont with youth's hap piness. Yet. as hor companion ipoke, a.hadow came over the lovely face and fair, out-clouding the radlauce there "I am euro I can never be thankful enough to dear Maxwell," tho old lad) won laying ; "but It breaks my heart to think how I've ruined bit prospects." "llulned hit proipocli?" "Ye! I will tell yon aboutlt. You know he hat been with Drewitt & Co....

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. — 29 August 1877

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1877 TIIEO. II. FIRMER, I t.Mt,mmm Ctrpet btggeri and usurers. Did medicine. Jotoph to Howard : "Oli, no, no, not for Joe." . Head carefully and Inwardly digest Mr. Pendleton's apeecb. Who undo tho civil service so bad that It needi reform? ThoRepubll ran party. If we contldcr tho dlfilcultv of get- ling il, greenbacks may be called liard money jutt now. Tho campaign In Ohio, Juit com menced, is likely to be red hot till the lirst Tuesday In October. Judge Wost, Republican candldato for governor of Ohio, is a blind horse among inultitudlnoua Democratic flumps. Tho gold reMiinptlon act Is the In cubus that It crushing the llfo out of nil business. The people detnaud its repeal. "The rnpo of the presidency" is what Mr. Pendleton calls the grand swindle by which Hayes reached bis position. TUero is much I rouble nilt tho council and Mayor Ovcrstoiz o( St. Louis. They can't ogrce about who shall have the offices. Isn't the Southern policy rather a dead...

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. — 29 August 1877

THE ritOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1877, SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S ' SAIiKIn iiartltloa. CvnllUrt A.Jatnl-; onnl W. D. Jamlxoii.liurliunbunil.lthoda' ft. Trnll and T. It. Trull, her husband, W. X. Ulbaon, guanlinn nod curator of W. W. I UIImon, K. IT. Ulbaon ami JIugRle Gibson,1 vxpnrtt!. By virtue and nuthorlty of on order of ulo Itnueil by tlio clerk ef the Circuit Court nf Lincoln county, Mlnxourl, In the above entitled cnuno, Hindu retumnble to tint full term of raid court for 1877, und to mo ill revted, which ald order of nulo authui'Uua, rinpowern and directs me a apodal com uilnMoiier to cell the real estate In laid or der menlloncd,aiid docrlbcd as follow to wit: All the fractional northeast quarter if section lii,towndil M, rango ii cast, cx ccpt 40 acres In the northwest part of the sttinn ; also the north half of lot So. 2, of the Kouthvast quarter of section 1U, township 01, rango 2 vast, all in Mucoln county, Mis Koitrl. Now, therefore, in compliance with mid order o...

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. — 29 August 1877

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1877, rvnnvn nt PiTni.iPATinv. Clin the Circuit Court of Lincoln county, 1 i w..4nn. .lttl T. IMTT. S3 K l"ln. hci jtusband,yil- Murk. Bltran ' iuiuivrijr osibii myi.' her huiband.'Theodore llaynei, '...'1. 'u.vmii. Himiwa W. Hamtnsrk. M.rv A. Wutt and Mordeca It. Watt. a" TMflir W" AT T wiif. I ku.ban'd.WiHUmW.H.n.m.eW tW SOW BV 'till..... i 1,(1 n.tlllnn.n.l .1 Adams' (foruierly ar.h J. Ilammack). hmilMf llavncsuudlayrayctte 1 aynes.I.er husband. Tneouore ,."'"' llavncs (clu dren or Martha Maynes, .for merly Martha Ilammack). ore noti-resldents !,r t he State of Ml..orUjid moves ha dark for an (truer 01 I)uiih w"ii huuij '"A . A If.mniiu.k. Harflll .1. Adams (form crly Sarah J. Ilamiiiack). Uulsu Auupin V"""" .,.. ii-vm-n. Iter busbatid. YlSro' llaynei "and Alfiart tl.yne. be no ' !!t0. ..... ni.iiitiflr ban commenced an inn .ualnTthem by petition, the object mu gcncxal ature or which la to set aside voTlccdUnfraudtilcntandvold-ono made livJ...

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. — 29 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1877. Mala Baaaacrsua. Tho' Domocrailn inif contention Of Maine, met at 1'orilntid on ihe 14th. iteiolutlona wore reported and loiited reaffirming Ihe platform and lirlnclplca or theSt.Louls convention, charactering ae a tuotiitrout political fraud the toverial of Iho election of Samuel J. Tildon aa president, and asking an atnendment to thti miml (utloii which will make it rcpell Hon Impossible, and Anally, declar ing that Iho rotloratlon to common right of citizenship ol the people ol Ihe three Southern stales loiitf kept ttibjnct lo military occupation ta a juit acknowledgement of Iho wisdom o I Democratic principle, that the Democratic party acta upon princi ple, makes no tactions opposition, and opposes only what Is wrung In mi ail miiiltlratlou in possession ol the gov ernment. Cuudldatci plnccd In nomination for governor were : Sullivan C. An drowa ot 1'ortlnud, Ferguson Haines jf Dlddcfurd and Snniuel J, Antler on of Portland. Tho taut-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 August 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1877., TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUU W.I877 TBW? HIM.' CASH MICK. near Warraatttl. T1m flour per hundred XXX " XX " " v " $3,601 8.20 900 2 60 Moat and flour tl way an hand for ex change. E. NORTON & BU BlackamllHiMff. Mr. G. T. Folty. an excellent black mlth of Mew Hope, called on ui last Monday, lie ia prepared to do all kind of work In his line on thealinrt uU notice, iruaranteeing satisfaction. lie propoiet to diicoutil bill 20 per rent, for the caah. All peraotn In dobted by note or account are re quested to call and auttle aahe needs money, oawo. la rear Ufa Worth 10 Ceate? Rtnknnia nmvalli everywhere, and everybody complain of tome dlieaie during their life. When ilck, the oil u in ant well now to aay nlaiuly Hint no permit In thla world that It Minering wnn uyvvvtm, i.inii.tmifi in pflecti. such a Indlget iini. rnilvpnB. Sick lieadache, Sour Stomach, Hosrt Burn, Palpita tion of the Heart, Depreiied Spirits, lllllouncs. cic.cnn tbke G...

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. — 5 September 1877

r THE TROY HERALD. , , , i . . ' VOL. 12. TROY, LIN OOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 5, 1877. NO. 36 TROY HERALD. rCHMMIID BY FISHER Sc CO., AT 4M.BO a Year la Advanon . LOOAL AND OOUNTY NlWt. The weather feels autuinnlsh. The Clroutt Court docket will ap pear next week In the Herald. MimI Docks I School Book 1 1 at Woolfolk Co's. Drug Store. ' Tat Baptist Aiioelatlon meets at Star Hop church next -Friday. School books a speolaliy at the Drug House of Sam'l. T. East. Save (5 on a set of harness by buy lag o( M. Bsdlsoek, Troy, Mo. The fall term of the Circuit Court of this county commences on thel7tb Inst. Go to the Drug Store or Woolfelk & Co. for School Books, Copy Books, Slates and stationary ol all kinds. The Troy Public nnd High school opened yeslerdsy under very favora tile auspices. If you want to save money buy your school books at the Drug House ol Ssm'l. T. East. If the weather continues dry much longer, it will seriously Interfere with the planting of wheat. Butler's Pract...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 September 1877

THE TRCpf HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1877 TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 8,1877. tout HKcaLMic-rivN or a rmim to UMNRNIA. cj. iv. , Saturday morning, August '21, my long journey of two thousand Ihreo hundred and sixty oddMiillcs, and a little ovor eight day! travel, was oudcd by reaching Sacramento, the point of my destination. Thii la the city of the sacrumont, and like most other California naniei, la Spanish. It is very neatly ailualed In tho heart of tho Sacramento, or Spring valley, on the Sacramento river, and contain! 1,000 Inhabitants. It contains many nice buildings, among which is tho capital house. Tho day after arriv ing hero I visited It and found It a considerably finer building than I expected to sco. Tho yard is laid off into squares, with wldo gravel walks between, and in thoso squares arc grasses, riowors and water-Jots, which mako a very bcatttllul appearance If any of my roadors go to Sacra iiiculo, thoy may expect to bo beset ami worried by hotel runners. In...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 September 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1877. Tkr VcnmylvaNW Bsasecrsule Vial form The Democrat lo party of Pennsyl vania and Its delegate In convention assembled do dcolsro Firm That the Induction of Ruth erford D. Hayes Into the offlco of pres lilent, notwithstanding the election of Samuel J. Tllden thereto, wa a high crime against free government which liai not been condoned and will not be forgotten. The some spirit of patrlotlim which foreboro a contest upon tho first odence will ro slit and punlih any attempt at a ioc onil. Second That the Immediate happy ofJect of (he application by the Fedc rat admlnlitratlnn orthe Democratic policy ornoii'tntervonllon In the In lernul nffslrs of the Bouthorn itatoi amnlyjvlndlcates our frequent protest against I ho prevlobi violation ol the reserved rlht of the several states to. exercise all power not delegated to tho general governmoiit by express constitutional provision. Third That the purpose to rororm tho civil service which has bee...

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

THE TJJOT HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6. 1877. THE. . flUMRBi I mMttmrm Admiral Semma died on the 80th tilt. "Repudtatort" are multiplying rapidly. Tlio allvor dollar will be restored Mind that. . Silting Dull haa relurued to the United States. The Pretldent will start on vult to Ohio on Soptember 7. America hat about 100,000,000 bush ela of grain to spare thla aeaaou. The Iowa Democratic convention nominated Mr. Irish for governor. Ben DoDar, Iho well known actor, died at hta home In St. Louis ou the 23lh Gen. N. B. Forost la in a critical condition of health at Dartlett tprluga Alabama. There It talk at Washington of the postponement of the extra seialou of congreia. The Stalo Savings bank of Chicago has suspeded. It owe depositors ucarly three millions. The visiting governora were re reived on the exhibition grouuds at Philadelphia on the 29ih ult. France proposes to pay out three hundred thousand dollars In preml urns at the exposition ot...

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