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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 September 1877

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1877 HOUSTON & CO., EXCLUSIVE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 304 N. CommerolallSt., ST, LOUIS, MO. T. J. FOKOKY. II. A, KOHOKY. K. t. FOROKY. t. if. cole, Solicitor. T. J. FORQEY 1 80NS, COMMISSION MBRGHlNfS, For the unto or ALL KINDS of LIVE STOCK, Union ttoek Vr, IT. LOUIS, MO Hcrae- muu HaUa mm a ftMcialtr. Horse stables, WW nil 1017 NortU Klftli nt.. between Carrtind Wash streets. Mulo Yards 018 N. Filth street, between Wash uutl Franklin Ave., ST. LOUIS, MU. Prompt Allentloii jlven to the Sale of Home hihJI Mules on Ct'tiftltfiiiiieut. j. o. PIMLKY W. K. BLABON FINLEY, SL4S0N & 00., LIVE STOCK Commission Merchants. Union and Webt'n Stock Yards St. IoiiIh, Mo. National Stock Yards, Ent Ht. XjouIm, Illlnolw AiMren all communications to ITitton Stockyard. Stuck Hold at all the ynrdi. Liberal advances made on loualgnuenta. nl 77 K. B. HUl t. AKCII HANKIIEAD. HULL & BANKHEAD, Live Stock State Agents PATRONS OF KB IN DRY, Commission Me...

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. — 5 September 1877

THE lltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 17? PUBLIC SALE ok; Fine Farming Lands Lincoln County. The undersigned will aril at public sale, in ine town ni Moscow, lour miles 0Uto NtHr7i Mkar 13, H77, I hr following described land, to-wlt . 147.11 acres, embracing v acres of the N. R. qr.of sec. , ip. t n, range i phi. una izz.oi acre r survey 1 .01, tns. 48 and 4", range 1 cant, being tlio land allotted to Josephine Martin In ttiu partition of binds 111101111 the holm at Henry Martin. dee'd. Said Uml lying cant 1 i.uivrc river, near ine town 01 .Moscow Also I.TO.IO acres, being 42 acre In the M, I;. qr. of hit. 0, andfl7.1 antra In south lull nrsen. 4, all In township 4, range 1 east, unit being; lot No. I. nsxlgucd in partition among the liolrn ol Henry Martin, dee'd. to Mury E. Korgey. Suid land Ilea on the west Hank or uuivra river, adjacent to the tow l Moscow. All the above land are fertile nmt In fine condition, uml the tlt'cs are perfect In every respect. Persons desiring to b...

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. — 5 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNfcSUAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1877. The Aaresl Ttmmp lio lMlyor h :tiUirn mil ho (he Rursklll-and cook, held n b consultation, nrnl concluded that an dTUTT'S PILLS ulil man whoio toon stuck a rod ouLUyu of Ills hnola, and Iho crown ol whoio aununcr hat wat held by a hlngo of Alraw and flapped, up and down in Iho wind disclosing Iho taut I hut Iho ned JlreaW, jwiw bald, very bald, intiat bo relHV worthy, and llioy In vited him ip a soat In tlio kitchen whtto hit breaklaat wat being pro inred. Tito fragrance of Iho frying pun revived iho drooping tpirllt of Iho agod Immp, and unlocked Iho fitrcaiut of convertallou which the cold charities of Ilia world had lior.en tip. Tilling hit vlinlrback ho said: 'Tlio pvioplo of Iho oil rcgloua appoar to got along right tliuk.. Every whern ! have been ihlnga look comfortable oud homelike, nnd business seems lo be crowding right uhcad." With that at ii atartnr, the old man carried the conversation through ttato and national politic, re...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1877. TROrJli$KftLD. WEDX16D A Y, SEPT. ft. 1877. Aaetfeot fastest ! Ike Rimmi, Lordow. hunt. 1. Later oilltlnns ol lUDaUfNcw$ ami tflaitttort pub lish dlsDateliea from I heir corres pondents who wore witnesses nf Thursday's battle, which confirm In tlntall thaeorloua Ruulan defeat on the Loin. Both correspondents agree that 1'opnka has been aiunnoneti ami the Russian uosltlon completely lurnod. Tue Turka are continuing I he nurault. Dakar rah, under whom the Turkish cavalry charge waa made, and who nan two horses ahot. It. with Clit. Briscoe, one ol hla staff, reported missing. The WaMlmr Beiara. A dispatch freui 8edalla of the ltt aaya : The Scdalla Democrat, to-morrow innrnliiKi will contain the following: Tlio nubile will remeiiiber'lhat In Mev. 1876. the Hon. 8. 8. Burdelt. U. 8. Commissioner of the General Land Office, auddeuly dlaappeared, and, iioiwlihatandiiiff the most thorough aearoli, nothing of hla whereabouie could bo ascertaine...

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. — 12 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 12, 1877. NO. 37 VOL. 12. TROY HERALD. PUBLI8R1D BY FISHER CO., AT Ml. BO a Year In AcIvbhoa . LOOAL AND OOUNTY NEWS. Mr. Nat. Slmonde la building an addition to hit dwelling. 8ohool books specialty at tbe Druff llouce of Sam'l. T. Eait. Mr. J. M. Ellis Iim erected an addl- tion of three rooms to his dwelling, Save 95 on set of harness by buy Ins o( M. 8edlecek, 'i'roy, Mo. Hfthnni Roaki 1 School Bosks 1 1 at Woolfolk to Co'e. Drug Store. Dr. Noel will be at heme from the 15th to the 20th of the preient month Wm. Money, prosecuting attorney nf Warren county, wat In town one dar lait week. Dr. ltobliuon oftble place relumed from a vlilt to the state of Louisiana week before last. Flint Hill's enterprising merchant and nostmaster. Mr. Thos. Riddle, was In town Monday. Father Cteary or Millwood has been quite sick for several weeks; Is now convalescing. Go to the Drug Store of Woolfolk & Co. for School Books, Copy Books Slates 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. — 12 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1877. moaut iicM.KCi,i0fli er atrip Til VAMreRNIA. NO. V. '1 happened In Colusa city on tho eve or i ho title election. Political excitement ran high, and candidate wnro like headlights ot locomutlvei, not that they possessed any undue brilliancy of mind, but In that that they mailo theiniolvea very promi nent and wore very cuslly distin guished from other men. Tholr speaking aland, which wai highly . decorated with flags, and placed every . other night In the atreeti, was pretty well occuplod. Women and children na well a men attended tho speak tngi, and acomed to ho highly de lighted in thorn. Thoro wero throe tlckola before tho people, viz : Dem ocratic, liepubUea and Independent, beaded respectively by Win. Irwin, Timothy U. Phelp and John Ulde well for gftvernor. Tho night bororo Mho election, which came oil on the ,lkt of September, tho Doipocrat erected their atand In front of thu Eureka hotel, ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 September 1877

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1877. AlrfMtkMts. H. Y. Tribune. Lord Dneon died In April, 1626. One of lilt dtiolptei, Pestalotrl, the author of lha PesUlozzt school-sys tem, held that a all kuowledgo I derived from Ihe perceptions o( the aomei, all Initrucllon iliould bo bated on the observation of real objeett and occurrence. Tho Influence of the personal character of this great and Ifond man has been very remarkable. This spirit has beon Infuiod Into whole venerations of teachers In his natlvo land and through Individual disolplcs has boon communicated far and wide over the whole civilised world. The seed thus rlpouing in Idtn was planted by Bacon. Froebel was a disciple of PestaloeM and the fathor of kindergartens. The true kindergarten, or chlld-gsrdon, ac cording to Froebnl was us much an out-door as an In-door school, lie would have connected with tho house In which tho children were taught. Hmplo grounds containing every va riety of tree and shrub and vegetable an...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 September 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13. 1877. THE0. B. FISHBR, I W. T. THDMMI. ; HIMfl. Daniel W. Bell, successor to the firm of Henry Hell ft Bon, died In Bt. Loudon the 4lh. The government haa boon ropudlat ing In own money for years In the Interest of bond-holders. The Bitidwlch savings bank of Boston has been declared Insolvent ; total amount ol deficit about leu n,lllloos of dollars. Talk about slavery 1 Tho people of this country, white and black, are ignoble slaves to the bond-holders of Europo and America to-day. Undo Tom's Cabin and the Sunday school tracts of tho North did good sorvice for the fanatics. We are all free, and so happy, now. Speaking of mobs, what was the msjority In congress for years but a mob trampling the constitution under foot and doing violent and unlawful acts? Contraction squeezes the life out ol nil except the bond-holders. Those who have debts to pay must yield the increase involved in forced resump tion, ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 September 1877

THE I'ltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 187? NEW QUAE TIERS 1 1 - A. B. ELLIS Has Removed to tho M&sonio Sail Building, T. i. rOKQKY. H. 4. rOROBY. AND Enlarged His Stock OF Groceries and Provisions ! And Added a BAKERY and RESTAURANT Parties in from tae country can get a Lunch or a good Squat e Cheap Meal. Fresh Bread every day. All goods j f t .. ft I I . f f - T j purcnasea now oe aettverea jree or cnarge in town. Everything in the Giocery and Provision line always on hand. SAM'L T. EAST, DEALER IN Drugs and Medicines, TROY, MO., Has always on Hand a Complete Stock of Drugs end the Popular Fatent Medi cines of the Day: LEAD. PAINTS, OILS, vBNi8ts mt window aim. 1 o The Latest Patterns of Wall Paper, ILL MARKED DO IfVIV A Good Line of Combs, Brulics, Toilet $oaiBt Albums, Cigar, Tobacco, Pip i'is, Confectionery mid MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, ALWAYS MJV STOCK. HAS THE LARGEST STOCK OP Miscellaneous Books and Stationery 1 1ST TOWN. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES. fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 September 1877

I v THE JMiOY HEEALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, lftf?. PUBLIC SALE OK Fine Farming Lands IN Lincoln County Tho undersigned will sell nt public xale, In the town of Moscow, tout mile south taut of Troy, on nfttnrr, Mctaker 13, M77, Hie following described land, to-wlt 147.11 nurox. cmhruclmt 23 acres of tliu N. R. nr.ol cec. 4, In. 48. range 1 eaxt. nnd 122.01 ucrcx tM a I I ... ...... .... , . .. . .M.mirvrj , mi, tup. vo hum vi', rniifn 'i-s,, living tlio Ittiid allotted to Josephine Martin in the partition of lands innnnir the helrx ol Henry Mntlln. deu'd. fjald laud lying cant oi ctnvrc river, near mo town nr Moscow. Also l.'iu.li) Keren, itcing 44 acrex nunc.. K. qr. ol ace. I), ami It'.lli acre In south lull ol' sec 4, ell In township 48, range 1 enst, nnd being lot No. 1. assigned In partition anionic thn helrx ol Henry Mxi'tln. dee'd, to Mary K. Korgey. Said land Ilex on the, went hank or Cuivre river, adjacent to tliu town ol Moscow. 'All the above land arc fertile and in fin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 September 1877

THE TJROY HERALD, WEDNLjS-DAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1877. TUTT'S PILLS a distinguished physician of Now York iy: "It f astonishing Imw ttnlversnl'y I'r. Tutt'a Pills ore used. In my iliiliy round. 1 hour of thorn tint only timoiitc the poor, but their virtues uro heralded from tli; m:in loni of tho wealthy tuul rullued. Know ing the invontnr from hi. Imi-r connection with tho mcdlcul profusion. I have grout confidence in their merit', mid of Into huvo often prescribed them with tho happiest m. cults in case whole I doircd tu luuku it da elded Iniprcieiwn on tho livor.'' TUTT'S PiLLS wvED SICK UAB- tutpTpjlls COBB DVSPEruIA. TUTPS PiLLS eras conmrAv:ow TUTT'S PILLS cone viuLO. TUTT'S PILLS CTTHE FCVER AND APPS. TUTT'S PILLS CUBE BILIOUS COLIC. Dr. Tut! hits I'cen cn ricicil In lliu I'tactlco o. mnillfinti llihlvvi'UM.iiiii fm ii limit l!ini'W.ittrinnn strutm nn ilniiiv I'l l!i Mctla'.il Colli'ci' nf tin r frit. Iicnec, pen on. u-lini iU Pill. h.iu tti! cu ir.m. lie ili.it tlirv urc pivi iri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1877. TROY J1EKALD. WEDNESDAY, 8EPT. 12, 1877. i musts 1 latsrtisa, 91 M Etch additional I amnios 76 Auealalstrator' Notice 3 00 Inal lettleannt Notice 8 00 ruy Notices (tingle stray) 3 00 feud additional stray In same notice . . 1 00 Liberal deductloni will bo made to ret ular advertiser. AdTertlacmcnU will UVe the regular run of tlio paper. Extra charge mailt for pre terrcd pltcet. No ccrtlllcaU of publication wilt be nude Until tucn puDllcauon bu oeen nam lor. im nnnlirvux of thla rula uaa bean the occasion of much trouble and actual lota. Ourternwaret Cah In advance, on aub- ilptlons; cah on delivery, for job won ml cash on demand, ror auvertuemeni. louisviLle raiNKi.ti. There will be a grand Masonic and ver. uraiis, Orange plc-nle at LouUvllle on the The' ablest ipeaken of the tlalo e In attendance. The neighbor' ing lodges and arrange! will attend. The community at large will bring batket dinners. Everybody la Invited ,o attend. There ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 19i 1877. NO. 38 TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BY FISHER 9c CO., AT D1.SO a. Year in Advaaoi) . LOCAL AND OOUNTY NIWI. nevTMr.ltobluett was la towu day or two last week. Dr. Noel will be at heme from the 1Mb to the 25th of the praient month. fiohool booka specially at the Drug lloute of Batu'l. T. Eat. There waa quite a heavy froit last Monday night. Save W on a set of harness by buy. Ing of M. Sadlaoek, Troy, Ho. Mr. Leonard Henry (of tit. Louis Is visiting friends In Troy. School Dooks ! School Books 1 1 at Woolfolk ft Go's. Drug Store. Den. T. Clark, Esq., of St. Louis, Dent several days In our town the past week. If you want to save money buy your school books at the Drug House of Sam'l. T. East. Capt. T. It. Held brought htsdaugh tor, Miss Annie D., down last Mon day, to attend the high school. Go to the Drug Store'.of Woolfolk & Co. for 8chool Dooks, Copy Books, Slates and atatlonery ol all kinds. Mr. J. M, Ellis of t...

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. — 19 September 1877

J THE TBOY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1877. TROY JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1877. e cALiraaniA. MO. VI. A California school liouie li a nice laco, and teaching In them l( an agreeable business. The pupils are not required to come at luurlie and remain till auniet. The usual time for opening la at nine and for dis missing la at four. There la a hoavy penally for keeping children under ulght yoara of age in school over lour lioura per day, and nnuo are to bo kept In over tlx. A teacher la not required lo teacti a whole fcouicfull nnd rush through the best ho ran. After getting a certain number of pupils ho can demand an assistant, nnd got it. The house Is usually pro vided with globes, limps mid charts. Ten per cent, of the school fund Is required by law to bo used for II brary purposes, which la usually ex ponded in tiilscellamous resiling, school hooks, pens, pencils, paper and ink, which relieves iho teacher of ro quiring It of the parents. In many of the school houses Was...

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. — 19 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1877. . Brlghaat Mini. i Had Brlfhim Young lived a few yesrt longer, he might have teen Hie day of hit trUI In a United States court lor tccenory participation In (he Mountain Meadows niaiiaere In 1867. The conviction and execution of Dlihop Lee tor that atrocity In 1877 opened a prospect (or tho arraign, uient of the president of the Mormon church. Now that death haa Inter venedand cut off the possibility ol a Judgmeut In a court of (hit world on the direct question of BrlKham Young's guilt, It Is less probable than before that the whole truth In regard to that crlmo will ever become known. But he haa followed lilt chlof accuser to that reckoning above where Justice It perlect and theie Is no concealment for the deeds of this life. Young's career shows that he was a man of remarkable genius ; a genius which displayed Itself In the power of controlling tho lives and ac tions af many of his fellow men, principally the ignorant and suporstt l...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1877. VHK0. . FIRHKR. I t,Mtmra Tho Bitting Dull ooniinUioa started West oil the lh. Hampton says he hat no apologies to make lor hit war record. Tho Cinolnatt Enquirer eaye that Senator Morton cannot recover, Etoven Is the majority that Demo erata count on in the next home. Tho Banker' convention of New York urged resumption strenuously. The President and Cabinet were to ksve a grnnd reception at Louisville on Monday. Gold In New York last 8atusday opened at $1.03 1-4 and closod at $1.03 18. The St. Louis Jtejiublitan thinks that Moirlson is tho mail (or speaker agalnat Randall. Tho army or cottou worm Is de stroying cotton in Arkansas, Tonnes see, Mississippi and Texas. ' Two vessels collided in the English channel oir,18ih, resulting in tho loss ol over oiio hundred persons. Ex-Governor Gaston has been agaiu nomluatcd (or governor by the Democrats of Massachusetts. Mrs. Milton Ban of Laclede county...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 September 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1877. Al Iht international rifle match at Ct-eetlmoor lat week the Amerletn (asm did the best work. The shoot tng wii t three ranges, 800, 900 end 1,000 yard. The icorea were t Atner loan, 1.6M ; Brltltti, 1,626. R. GiEBEL, CELEBRATED PHOTOIRAPHER, Ot St. Cliarlosu Mo., It ITILLALIVI ! WILL BE IN TROY 2 WEEKS. FROM Wednesday, Oct. 3d, to 17th. BWjwL TmnArfnnf. t n Parmai-a ? eiHiev vwh v w wa nave w JLJYQTUER GREAT BANKRUPT PURCHASE $19,842. AH pcron w Coplm of other M!C 11111). lhlnjr tine Photographs or I'lcinreH, noinu cnu nnu 11. WEIItX. Artist, PLANTERS HOUSE Troy, Mo. 1 have token cliuriro ot Hip Planter Home in rntv. mill propouiu ic"ii iin-i-tiu" no te! In e'vorv rem-vt. I have licen louir In the ..-I.. ... ! 1 i '.tlllllllllu XIIukiiII. il, iiml flutter in) soil' Unit my cMierletico cnalili'H nit? tn tin all I claim. In connection with the hotel there U AN EXCELLENT BAR, conducted by M. II. Thompklns 1 f St. l.oul, who Iiiih been In...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 September 1877

THE f HOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1877. PUBLIC SALE Ok Fine Farming Lands IN Lincoln County The tindemlancd will ell at nnhtie sale, lo the town of Moicow, four tnllcs south- can or Troy, on natnrAar, Oeteher 13, 177 the following described land.to-wlt- 1 17.11 acre, embracing Zk acre of the N. K. nr. nt sec. 4, tp. W, ranee 1 rut. nnl 132.01 acre or survey iii, inn in anu 4i, range casi, being the land allotted to Josephine Martin In the nartlllon of land amonir the heir of Henry Mnrtln. dee'd. Raid laud lying cast in uuivro river, near inc mwn or .Moscow, Also l.iu.iu acres, nciiig n acre in tne -n . K. qr. ot sec. , mul 07.111 acre in south hill r ;. 4, all In township 48, range 1 cast, (ind being lot No. 1, assigned In partition among the heir ot Henry Martin, dee'd. Id Miiry K. Korifoy. Said land Ilea on the "ft iiiiiik oi vuivre river, aojaccui 10 iuu inn of Moscow. All the above lands are fertile and In One condition, and the tlt'es are perfect In every respect. Pers...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1877. ENCIMBH , JI'ICKLE OR CHOW Chow. 1 peck of greon tomatoes, 12 green peppers, 8 pints onions, 4 cauli flowers, 60 imall cucumbon, 1 ounce clve,t 1 ounce turmeric, 1 pound mustard, 1 srualt bottteof ealnd oil; chop the tomatoes, popper, and on loui. Mice tho cucumber, and pick the cauliflower Into email bil, and then nils all well tegelhcr ; cover with ci lervluc?ar and boll 16 minutes; then drain ofl the vinegar and. pour on fresh. Pickled Cucumbers Choose small ones; uso uono but tho best cl dorvlnegar. Pick out all the cu cumbers that are speckled or poor, pack them In a atone jar or wooden bucket, first a layer of cucumbers then one of salt ; cover tho top well with rait ; add cold water enough to cover, and have tho brine salt enough to bear up an egg ; cover with a plato or board; leave them In the brino olio week ; ono month would not hurt them ; stir them up from tho bottom throe or four times a week. If you raise your own cucumb...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, (SEPTEMBER 19, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. BEPT. 1, 1877. Of AOVBw. WHO. i .nnare 1 InMrtl.n, , 91 M Kach additional lussrtloa LMlnUiMlnn Nntli! 8 On rlnslSettletaent Notices 3 00 Mray Notices (.Ingle stray) .. 8 00 fcaiti addition! .tray In ssau notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduction, will t made to regular advertiser. AdvertlwmenU will take the regular run of ttio paper, Extra charge, made for pry. terrcd titsce.. Jto certificate of publication will be made until rtteb publication ha. been paid for. J he non-observance or thl rule ha been Ihn occaalon of much trouble and actual Ion.. Our term, are t Ca.h in advance, on suh rlittlount ca.h on delivery, for job work ml ca.h on demand, for advertl.emcnt. A M)HHb )fJaTiel. Ill a communication publlihed leal week, D. make. a suggestion In re gsrd to our public achool that tie serves some attention from the cltl zons of this school district. It Is nothiug more nor loss than that the district should furnish seats ...

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