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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 20, 1877. NO. 39 TROY HERALD. PUBLtHHKD BY JFlSHJH.lt Sc CO., AT SO n Ynr In Alvnnqn LOCAL AND COUNTY NIWI. The arliclo or I. U. C will appear next week. Save on a net or harness by buy ing of M. Scdlacek, Troy, Mo. Head I ho advertisement of 11. Is J. Atkinson, of St. Charlci, Mo. A full report of the picnic at Louis- Hie wni put lu mall but failed to t each ti. If you want to buy (fnnda at. 'Ued hock" buy at It. & J. Atkinson's, St. Charles, Mo. Major John S. Mellon of St. Loula wan In town last week and tuado ui u pleasant null. . Mr. Uoyd of Ashley has presented us on ear of corn of uuutual size, raised In hi garden. It contain twenty-two rows and eleven hundred tf rain. Mr.N. D. Marvin. brother of Bishop Murvln, died In Loulilana, on the 17th Init., apod about 66 yean, lie was a resident of this placo a number ol years ago. Porter E. Norton will run a hack to Weiilzvlllo during the St. Louis fair, to counoct wit...

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. — 26 September 1877

t THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1877. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1877. AN INBt!VATI0N WtKM I NO. tFrom tlio New York 8uu. The moon km thlnlng into Ilia south windows of Hie Whtto Home when Mr. lUyoi got up from hit bed in order to look at the clock. It wu nearly 8 In the morning, and lie had not yet elcpt. The bed wai comfort able eiioutfh, but what long dreary hours tin co cloven. "Ood blot mo !' said Mr. Uayei, passing hli hand wearily ovor till forehead, "1 med to alvcp llko a top at Coluniliua." He tatdowii In a chair and tried (o think of hit approaching Journey through the Southern atatoi, and or the ipcechea to bo made along the way. lie would take 8cliurz along l hla lime, but not Key. Key'a pecu liar humor would not be appreciated in Tennessee and Virginia. In Intro tluctng Schuiz lo audience in tlio Southern status, ho would apeak of lilm aia man who had fought on the wrong lilo n Gettysburg and else where, but who had seen tlio error of lit way, and wa ...

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. — 26 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1877. TMU HAKK.BITTBK tlTUHRlAN. Soma years ago, near the town of Resdtuf, Berks county, Pennsylva nia, there lived a cosy, old farmer named Swelgliofler of German do oeiit, and accent too, as Ills speech will Indicate. Old nun Bwclglioffer liail mice served as a momber In tha lentslalure, and was tlietvtora "no foul t" and a he had also lung com niaiidcd a volunteor corps of rustic tnilltla, he should hardly be supposed Inclined lo cowardice. Ills son Peter was his only son, a trapping lad of soventeen ; and upon old Peter and young Peter devolved the principal cares and tolls of the old gout Ionian's farm, now and then issistoil by the old lady and her two tiounolng daughtres for it was very common in lust state to see the wo men and girls at work In the tfeldi Mtid upon extra occasions by sotno hands. Well, one warm day In haying timo, old Peter and young Peter were hard it It in the meadow, when the old man drops his scyiho and bawls out...

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. — 26 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 56, 1877. THtiO. tt. UMIUR, I W.T. THURMOND. J dltrs. HAVKB ftOfJf HKRN TOUR. r. I.yc. meeting with a .net Mr. Uogy wa. born at St. cordial reception wherever ho foe Q , April 9 1813. belntf a do- hoSoulh. Whatever may .oaald of U Frincl. pioneers' who 1,1. title .oiho high office he holds, fla h , whou ,t bolollged there can be no que.. Ion .. to the F Alter receiving a eon,. credltduohlmror.lol.grlBhtnfa.net , B1,a cIerU,lll ihewl.ho.amlpro.e.tot..m..yfthe fopoUme , , lloro, he .tudlcd law hitherto commanding leader, of hi. , d party. Whatever may bo .aid of tho it tl,o law school ot Trnn- strong popular demand for tho ro- f atoratlot, of those .late, to full fel- r'?1' UnT n r . ." lowshlplu .ho Union, the fact of hU I" 1833, beginning the practice of I.U strcnuou. resistance to counter coun- Pr"'" at once In St. LouU. He acta and Influence, .hould notlnju.. wa. elected .evoral lime. a member .Ice bo Ig...

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. — 26 September 1877

THE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1877, PRICES STILL ON THE DOWN GRADE FOR THE F.1LL, IJYB WIJY1ER TRADE OF 1877-8. R. A J. ATXSXXTS02T, ST. CHARLES, MO., ANNOUNCE THEIR ELEVENTH SEMI-ANNUAL FALL AND WINTER OPENING, of a very Full Stock of Goods, which in thoroughness and completeness of assortment and lowness of prices far surpasses any offer inir heretofore made by them. The entire stock his been BOUGII7 FOR CASH, thus giving every advantage in theputchase. READ AND CAREFULLY NOTE THE PRICES GIVEN BELOW, which are an index oj the selling figures in every Department, and then secute Jor yourself some of THE GREATEST BAR6AINS EVER OFFERED IN ST. CHARLES OR ANY OTHER CITY, FALL AND WINTEIl DRESS GOODS, All Now Stoolt. 1'lnlti Mixed Suiting ft cent per yard I'micv Tliilil Suiting H anil I" t per ynrJ llati'fsoiiii' Sew, llrocnde mid Jacqunrd Cloth 12 to 1.1 rout per ynnl Colored DlniroliiiN mI Twill Ito per ynnl Fiiiu'v l'lnld uiul lU'iircs for culldrcn' ilrrV-f. i:j to ;;o c...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 September 1877

THE I'ltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, EPTEMBEK 20, 1877 PUBLIC SALE or Fine Farming Lands IS Lincoln County The unite rxlimed will noil nt nubile ale, to the town of Moscow, (our milts south east or Troy, on Natartfar tefcer 13, W7T-, the following described land, to-wit 147.11 uere. embracing XV acre of the N. K. nr. ol pc. 1, tp. 48. range 1 rait, and 112.01 acre or survey liui, ips. in ami w, range i rani, being the land allotted to Josephine Martin In tlio partition of lands among the heirs ol Henry Martin, dee'd. Said land lying cast I Cuhre river, near the town uf Moscow. Also iw.in ucrex, neing z nrrcs in tno ji . K. or. of sec 0. and 07. lit acres In south hill or xee. 4, all In townships 48, range 1 east, aim Being lot no. i, nssigncu in partition among the heir ol llrnry Martin, dee'd, to Mary K. Korgey. Said land Ilea on the west hunk of Culvrc river, adjacent to the town Of MOSCOW. . . All the above landx are fertile and In fine condlttoB. and the tlt!c are perfect In every resp...

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. — 26 September 1877

THE TROY HB11ATJ, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1877. The Cst;t npntm sJi ika UMkaM ! enrraetlM. A Barcelona letter In the New York Jlrruld presents tome ttatlsltusof the :uil in blood oiid troaiuro to Spain of the Cuban Insurrection, which began In Vara nine yrnrs ago and haa not ct been stamped out. Front official Oucuitieuts It U learnod that tho num ber ol soltllci font nut from Sptln to Cttba between October, 1858, add the lint nlJttiio, 1876, wa 170.876; aent out 1876-7,25,000; total, 204,875-ox-tdtitlvo of geiiorali, chlelaaiid oillceri. Tlio mure coot of transporting the troops to Cuba IIbi been $6,146,250, Hiid till la but tho etnalleit portion if the expenses. The amount apent lor IomiI clothing and war munitions, with the pay mid coil of trutisporla i inn back, timet have beon enormous. The otllulttl Hut ol casualties from 1868 to June 1, 1876, show a total of 12 chief, 02 o Hirers, and 1,380 men killed In tho llehl, and of 12 chief, J 12 officeri anil 4,095 men wounded, while...

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. — 26 September 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26. 1877. RATI! OP ADVCRTlllNO. I square 1 Inisrtlsn ft Knrli Jililltloual limi-rtloii Aouiinltrators' Kotlces fl Miml ttettlctuent Notice S Mroy Notlees (Mnjrlo stray) 3 : n.-li additional stray In mine notice. . 1 Liberal deduction! will bo made to regular sdvcrtlnsrs. Advertisements will take the remilar run rt the paper. Extra charges mailt- for lr erred place.. 1HSCW nun Arn now In good running order, ... - . . . in timing wncai aim cum. 3if. F. Wing Ss Son Troy Milt uiitid wheat and corn for oue-clirhili loll. Meal and Hour kcot on hand for excitative. n87w4 Mimc On Hiid aflnr the loth of May. 1 will deliver milk for TO cenis u gallon ; cream 15 cell I a a quart, und bultor-nillk 10 cents a gallon. Mrh. Tii.mk Hammond. Vnur la vnur iinin la liuv or rent n ilrt-class atock farm ol 280 aero, 120 mires in eiiilivatlon, o tunes cast oi Troy. Will aoll cheap on lung lime. Call and sno McLkllan & Ckekc...

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

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 3, 1877. NO. 40 TROY HERALD. rUBLlSHKD BY FISHER &, COm AT Ml.no n Your In Alvnnce . LOCAL AND OOUNTY NEWI. LOOK OUT I For tho new Fall Stock coming In tlits week at Ibo "Dry Goods Head quarter. C. W. Parker & Co. October 1, 1877. MIih Laura Watklns of St. Charlci is teaching at the Dull school houso Remember that the Medical Aso elation meets at thle place next Frl day. Mr. Charlie Bright of Louisiana was in town last Friday, and mado us n pleasant cull. Remember lint the fall term of the Probato Court commences next tnon day, See docket In another column. Mr. Kilns Norton's mnro, Queen, won u halftntlo race at Washington, Franklin county, recently. Mrs. Robinson ami her daughter, Miss Ida, returned last wock from a protracted visit to tho western part of the stale. The horsa of Mr. West Hancock of near Truxton took first premium at tho Montgomery City Fair for best two In three mlln heats. Mr. W. L. Elsbcrry, wif...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1877. TROY HERALD. WKDNESDAV.OCT. 3. 1877. Ilnrra mid lloinplan at Nanhvllte. Tho president tvat formally re ceived nt l ho portico of llio capital by Governor roller, who said : "Mr. President : I hid you welcome to the stale of Tennessee lo a mmc whoso citizens have always been prompt lo render honor nnil hotnstfo to eminent sen Ice, by whomsoever performed, mid whoso respect for those In authority li coequal with thoJexUteiiLO of their Mnlo uovuru mem. This occasion It the remit of n sentiment as respectful an it js tin .sclllsh. It U a voluntary tribute (hot comes from the approvliiK j utljruioii t of tho people, and proceeds (roin their gratitude to you, fir, for briuglnj; pencil to (lie country. They bclievo that you Imvo desired lo make the military subordinate to tho civil au thority ; Unit you aielaborinir to 011 forro an absolute and unconditional ilvll survlco relortn; that you have been instrumental in securing home rule for lhu(Sou...

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. — 3 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WJEDNE8DAY, OCTOBER 20, 1877. Xkaii Troy, Mo., Sept. 17, '77. Editors Herald: I lintl oliserveil tho dismission of I ho Montgomery Standard and Troy Herald upon tlm subject of tlioturilTuiitl rovonuo, liur tlctilurly Willi regard to tax on whis key and tobace.u, mid I Imd prepared mi urtlclo for puullcitloii, but laid It by anil lout night of It. If tho mat tcr hut not benoino obsolete, you will please publish my nrllclo. 1 OKtco with Iho Standard I hat nil production should bo freo, but do not subscrlbo lo Iho undemocratic nnd uiiKi'tingM' doclrlno that revenue should bo raised by tho Increaso o! the tm-irr. Tho doctrluu If, Unit lor iho purpose of revenue, discrliuliia I Ion should bo made, under "Iho spe- clllo plun," Instead; ol tho ndvalaretu Hgitlusl tfoods usad rlnclphlly bv Iho rich, anil Ireo trndo upon uianynril clcs that emtio iuln dully use. Tho Income plan will bo dually udoptud, when tho condition of tho ejiintry will justily It, u iho most equitable s...

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. — 3 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY , OCTOBER 3, 1877. TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3, 1877. W. MHVRnuxo, J Miter. Mr. Bogy nil recognizod a an nlile Hint coumkoui member of the United Slixte Senate, Hit frank and ensy iocIiiI manner connected with Ida open, posiii'vo and foarlost, yet tllgntfteil, expressions of conviction on public measures and policies com niandcd respectful consldorallon and tnndo hit Influence valuablo. Ills prldo of chaiMCtor and ambitious pa iriotltm mode him induttrlout In re search and vigilant and careful In the application of principle. The cle inont of practical business capacity with a certain philosophical aptitude rendered him a most useful represent ative of Missouri. Ills services In the solution ol tho financial problem would havo boon particularly valua bio. ii9 lio had devoted much thought and Investigation to the subject. Mr. IMiclps may cnslly appoint a man who will not fill the measure of his usoful nets. This Juncture demands a man nf profound talent...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 October 1877

THE 1HOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTTBER 3, 1877. NEW APVmTIStMFNTS. C T 7 NT Q 'mi'Ttif voIvcm '. iiluitratoti VJU LMj price llt Ire. Urcat Wcntern dun Works, Pittsburg l'u. cTe; nrr am k a mr i ahunth. fpO J J J? 1 0 nmiit rRi-:i:.Nend lamp. Tiik Nation-!- Montiii.v, Lock llox, lil, Walituuton, D. C. Thounnds will hear tcntlmnny (anil do It voluntarily) Hint VeRCtlno l the beat modi i'ol compound yet placed brfero Ilia public formulating and purifying tlic blood. Clll Re" Harvest for Aifentn. Wo cm) QULU free our new 40-puia ltlutrntcd .lewelry anil Watch catalogue with lntruc tlen linw to mike money. Add. SI. CHO NEaHCOPhlla.,Pa.,or Milwaukee , Is mOTIIi:nn I For Hiiro ami ScahK Bltc KU.nKUVt of Inert. rloii by Ivy, Frozen Limb und I'art. dUcharKln!;r3orc. Milk leg, .ore niiil weak cyc. Hoil. Carbun cle. Felons and Stye, ori) Nipple, broken Jlrat, Krrxlpela, acute Palim.lleadac he, Kaniche and Toothache, blind and bleeding Pile, blco ling of the Lungs, uterinn Ilom- ... . --I. ...... ...

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. — 3 October 1877

THE JLUIOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTTBEIt 20, 18T? PUBLIC SALE OK Fine Farming Lands IN Lincoln County The undersigned will soil nt public sale, III Hie 10WII 01 .MOSCOW, lUUr IlllleS SOUlll' cast of Troy, nil Mitltrdnv, nelobcr 13, IB77, llin following described laiul.to.wlt 147.11 nrrit embracing 25 ncrcs of tho N. K. qr.ol see. I, tp. 48. ratiK'f 1 I'll i t. nml l'J'2.01 Here of survey 171)1. tp. 4S ami 4!, rnllRO 1 cast, iitinjr tut- wtiii annum in .loscpmue -iiiirun tn H'o uartltinn of 1 :i I 1 1 umonit tin) heir ol Henry Martin, dee'd. Said land lyliitf cast nl Cull re river, near the town of Moscow. Also l.'ill.in iici-c. licing vj irn Ultima. i:. ir. ol see. !), andliT.lti iuti's In miutli hall of see. 4, nil III town-hips -IS, lunge 1 cast, innl lii'lnv lot No. 1, assigned in partition hiiioiu; tint heirs nl Henry Martin, dee'd, to nary k. r wsi'v, ?niu lanu lies on mo wcm hank i.f Cuiru tlvcr. adjacent to tlx-' town ol Moscow. All tlm nbovo land arc fertile unit In flue eoinl...

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. — 3 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBERS, 1877. l'artlc in frailer. Tlicro n ro six iiolltlcal pnillu In Frame, which, honied In llio older of t heir Ktroiijjili. Htutlio Conservative Iteptihlicmi, I lie Itmllcitl Iti-nttbllcan, t ho Dounparlist, llm Orluniilsi, the Legitimist, mid t ho C'otifttlluilolinl, Tliu two Itcpubllunii wiiiL'unru united fur tlin pii'smit campaign under tho noinlinil leadership ol M. Krovy, who luk-cs tho plneo iniulu vacant Ity lliu !onth of M. Thiers, though, the Indo littlgnblu Uitiubutta Is really I ho houI of litis powerlul c.ouibliiiitlon. Tho Itotiu furl i a! pmt y, which support the young Prlnco Imperial, Iih8 boon growing ittt'oiiurovi'i' since 1871, un til to dny it ha beooino tho most for mldablo enemy ot tho Uepublican. uml bids Inir to lncreaso In tho now iiHsontbly tho nuiiitiorof deputies it hod in tho old. TI10 history ol this li.itrly U ciiiIiious to the republic. Tho lit st fin p i 1 u overthrow tho first re public; 1 In second otiipiro subvert...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3, 1877. RATES OF ioVIRTISINQ. i square 1 Insertion 1 5? Kaeli additional Itrnvrtlou AiimiiilKlrtort' Notice 3 M r iiml Settlement Nolle ; J f tray Notice (finale stray) I-iu-Ii additional stray In mnio notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to rcuular tdvcrllw. Advertisements will take tlic rri.ttlar nm of the paper. Extra charsc wade for pr K-rred places. No certificate of publication will be made intll Mich publication bat bren paid for. I lie non-obcertaire of this rule baa been tli occailon of mnchtrottMo and actual lew. Our terras sro: Cash lu advance on sub ription; cah on delhrry, for job work nd cauli on demand, for advertisement. ACCIDENT AT flliW IIOPK. Nkw Horn, Sept. 57, 1877. At about a quarter past three yes tenlay evening our quiot 11 tt to town wua thrown into considerable excite mont and fear by the explosion ofMr. F. II. Vance's portable saw mill. Up to tlio tiiuo all wa atlll nnd qui...

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. — 10 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 10, 1877. NO. 41 TROY HERALD. rUBMMIKD nv FISHKR &. CO., AT fl .OO a Ycnr In Ad vnnoo . LOOAL AND OOUNTY NEWS. LOUK OUT I For tho now Full Slock coming In this neck at I ho "Dry Goods Head quarters. C. W. I'arkku & Co. October 1, 1877. i. Urovator U visiting licr datigh Id'. Mrs. Creech, at this place. Dr. A. E. Noel will to at homo un til tho 10th of tho present month. Mr. Joe Muck of Louisiana was In town lait Monday and Tuesday, Mr. Alfonso II. Mndd commenced Ills school at Corner Stone October 1st. Mr. 'U. F. Itccd commenced hli school at Pleasant Grovo lait Moil- tiny. Judge Fngg of Louisiana has re covered his silverware. It was touud in St. Louis. Tho visitors to (ho fair returned Friday and Saturday, well pleased with their experience. Mr. Henry Ilcnimersnioler, an old mid well known mcrch.nt of Old Monroe, died last Saturday. "Wo had a continuous rain all day Sunday, which will servo to brighten tho faces ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1877. DrenlHir Hie Baby. I'l.lladclplda World. When a wuiuun (rocs lo work to it rem a two-year-old child, ho doo It In a pymcimtilc, In'mlucst-liko man nor, niul without any noloo or lui ; unit beforo you know It tho young Mcr Is slid out ol lior limidi with his faco washed nnd hair combed, his clothing in olilp-olinpo ordor, and a .10 chi'iiiuo under hi arm. This nil conn:" frnni knowing how. With a mill it U different. Ho makes elabo rate preparations and puis on thu sir o( one who I getting an cltf hty -four pun tlilp ready for a two yeniV eruUe. flu collects tho yotititfotor'M dtuU together lit n hcrti, gathering them ui Iroin pretty much all over the house, and after a great deal of haw ling for this, and sharp snapping inquiries (or Hint, and an unlimited nuiouiit of gntilug down on tils knees mid looking around under tho furni turn for the other (all ol which come from hi" having uudtesscd tho chi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 October 1877

THE TUOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1877. The rim Bhlrt-llwtian. Yoiiiik Charley Overblower mur lied about s nioulh ago, anil when ho eaiito homo from his wuihllritf tour, Ins and ttls.tirctty little wife Emma, took possession of a charming flit up town. Early oiio evening after thoy woro fairly lottloil, ami the last of Emma's .'liter had been Induced to conclude hnr visit, Chalky nropoiietl to Ktiiina that they should go to tho theatre. Tho woman assented, and liotli began to amend their toilets. In n tow ninmoutt Charley aatd : "Darling, ( iiiii worry to trouble you ; lint really I think t ahall be obliged to liavo to auk you tt sow a button on liU shirt." "Of course ; why not? tatd Emma, delighted at ochanco to alio w licrakllt. Shu look the xaruu'iit, seated hertoll, hikI said : "I emi't romcmber for the lilu of inn where I put thoto buttoua. Charley, look in that box and ico if you can find one," Charley looked In tho box which wai n e.io of perfume botllci, and tot. findi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1877. TKOY HERALD. WEDNESU AY , OCTMO. 1877. theo. . rwnun, uauo,,. W.T.TUDHHUXD, J The St. Louis Fair was a great mic ecu. It U tald that Giant will. remain in Europe one year longer. Tho Pennsylvania inlnerforo resum ing work for 10 per cent, advanco on prices struck at. Indictments Itavo been found against the persons chargod with complicity In the Chlsliolm murder, jn Mississippi. Tho Sew York Republican news papers generally condemn Conkllng's violent demonstrations -against the President. Gen I'earsnn has been Indicted by, iaiid Jury of l'itt-.btirg for ordering Ids militia to lire on tho mobs during, the si likes. . Mr. William C. Glluinn Yoik has been delected in of Now tho for- gory ol cortitlcaies ot the amount of i-c'OO.OOO. insuranco la Jusius M. Cloy, thu noled Aboli tionist of Kentucky, killed a vicious negro n few days since. Ho did it jn.sclf-defause, but it seems a little tuvkwnrd for an Invcterato Abolition is! to slay "a man...

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