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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 October 1877

THE JL'ltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY , OCTTBER 10, 1877. t'arelf n Newt. There hat boon blooily work at liars. On Tueitlny morning I tie HuasImis attacked I ho Hue of (ho Turkish for tlHuRtlotm along lu entire Ifiitf th. Tho bui tin rngcil fiercely until Thins lay iiiyjit, wlioii I ho attacking force wcro driven from the Held, which win covered with ltumlnn dead. The (iriticlpid Bcene ol the nointmt wan a low tulles nait of Kara. The lnioa titfgiTKiitu lictwecn G.OOO and 7 000, tho G Mind Duko Nicholas conceding inoru limn 3.000 UuskUiih kilted and wounded. Tho Turk claim that the UtiiBlati lott 6,000. A Hunter teln U ni in stale that the UtmiUns clH nlully enneedo a Iom nf 62,000 up to Heptetnlicr '!. It la announced from Uticharest that HusMun licadquartern lu UnlKiirlii will bu removed from Ciuruuy Sindcu loSlstova. Mukhlar l'anha. Turkish enmrnnn- tier lu Ai-lu, telegraphed on Friday Hint tho Uusslitia hud iibatidoned nil their position parallel to the Otto nun lines. Thornetny'a Jomcs...

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. — 10 October 1877

THE ntOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 18T? PUBLIC SALE OF Fine Farming Lands IN lAncoln County. Tim undersigned will oll at public sale, Id tlii! town of Moscow, (our tulles Mtttli vst or Troy, on Knturdar, fletaber 13, 11177. till following described lalnl.to-wll 147.11 acre? embracing till ni-rea of llic N. K. qr.nl sec. t). 4S. range 1 rant, ntitl 122.01 acre of survey KOI. tin, 4H mill 41), range t vast, living the limit allotted to Josephine Martin in tin1 partition of hinds among Hit heirs ol Henry Miirtln, dee'd. tfnhl liiml lying east nl Culvre river, near tlie town of iMosrow. Abo I'M. I li acres, being 42 acre In tlic N. v., nr. oi "fit. v, aniiui.io acre in tmuin niu or sec. 4, all In townships 48, range 1 east, unit being lt Jo. I. assigned in partition iinwng llm lii'lr ol Henry M:irtln, dee'd. to .Marv I). Forgey. -laid In ml lien on tlio wot hank nl'Ciilvre river, adjacent to tlie town Of l0l'OW. All the above lands nro fertile ami In line romlltiun, anil the tlt'ea...

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. — 10 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1877. run In th Cattrt Ham, lVilkcburr(i(l.) Paper. Tho dull monotony oi our court TUTT'S PILLS v Hk enlivened, onu tiny lat week, in tho ciuo of tlio commonwealth against Dobson, In which thu defend nut wus accused of iiss'nult upon a toiiuu Inily naiiicil Holler liy kli'lug tier against her will. Tho ptulntlR complained Unit Dobson, "by foreo ol iirins, malleo afnietliniight, ami lusll tfiited by tlm devil, tllil then mid there violently assault, waylay," Ac. Sho told her aiory In a plain, et ralylit lor wartl kind of way, to tho effect that hIii wit enjoying breeze whllo lean lug over bur father' lunce, and thul William Dobsou cnuto ntonjf, seized her by tho hands, and, (oreibly pull ItiK her over the pnllsado, couunltlcd the assault for which oho claimed re (lro nt tho hands of the law. A Ms- Icrofthu complainant testified Hint slio did urn sco the alloyed impropri ety, because nt" tho dai l;iie8 and she being in unolhi'i' part of too yard...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1877. RATI! OF ADVERTISING. I squs.ro 1 Insertion fl M Knell additional Insertion 7 Administrators' Notice ft 00 I- IiihI Settlement Nolle :i (Ki Mrny Nntlecs (lnlo stray) .1 no tm.1i mltlltloiiul xtrny iu same not loo, . 1 00 Libera deduction! will be made to regular dvcrtleri. Advertlfcmcnt will take tlio regular run r f the paper. Extra charge made for pre ferred places. No uertlllcutc of publication will be made iiutll Mieh publication linn been paid for. 'J lie non-ob-crvanvc of tills rule lias been the nccst'lon of much trouble and actual Ions. Our term are: t'ali In advance. on sub- tlptloitx; cash on delivery, for job work Mil cash on dcmiuid. for advertisements. The OMen Times SO Year A to. Among tho old records lenrlnteil by (!. I'. Goutcy, grand secretary of 1 nc .Masonic orucr or this ttnio, jiisi previous to his untimely tlcnth by t lie burning of tho Southern hotel, In an Item of historical ...

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. — 17 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 17, 1877. NO. 42 TROY HERALD. puBMMnxD nv FISIIISR. Sc CO., AT 1.fSO n Year In Advance . LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. Mrs. Caiou li visitlnu friendi In Louisiana. Mr. Tom Harvey wai In town last Saturday and Sunday. l'rliico B. saya that'a not the only jiarlncrahlp ho's in for. Kov. Mr. Durnham preached at the DaptUl church last Sunday. Mr. Ed. Dunn of St. Louis li here vtttlng relallvei and frlonds. The telegraph office taa been ro moved to A. B. Ellis' grocery store, Mrs. Geogre Palmer of Montgnm- cry county was here on a visit several days Inst week. Nat C. Dryden, who has beon ab sent In Toxas several days, returned Inst Saturday. Woolfolk fc Hand will sell you a Singor Sewing Muchluo with all the uttnchnicnis tors. Mr. T. J. Forgoy of St. Louis was in town Friday and Saturday, and made us pleasant call. A protracted meeting Is In progress ntEltn Urovo church, conducted by Elders Errett and Ford. Woolfolk & Hand will sel...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IT, 1877. TROY J1EKALD. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 17, 1877. Nobody but Sam Weldon. I1Y AVK NIK. 'J' Imt wns tho answer given lo lhn new teacher's interrogation In regard lo a boy who stood ngulnst n tree on 1 ho onlcr edge of iho play-ground. 'Nobody but Sum Weldon," hiiiI pretty Dull Cmey tnscil buck her bright cuiW wlili n scornful tnillo on licr Hps. "Why do you spesk In I!ihI way, Delia:" rjucrlcil (ho tcnclicr. "1 don't understand." "Why, that' what everybody nay," nusworcd Delia; "his lather tiiakcs pai don for otiiur people, mid his mother ncis so queer. Sinn's good enough, I suppose, but ho nlu't no body." llio lonelier sighed, hut did not reprimand her pupil for her manner nf speaking, ilghlly guessing that slio had heard the cxprcsiion from older lips. Tlio lepised Sam Weldon was n boy or perhaps thirteen years old, 1 Mlher lull lor his ngo, nud dressed somewhat shabbily, lie had n good naturcd bright lace, honest blue eyes, very light hair combed...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 October 1877

THE TUOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1877. Uldeii Man la the World. 'A merchant who recotuly relumed from a lour of Soutli America Im xlven an 10000111 of a rcnmrkablo old man lio unw In tho City ol Tulcn, vJhth, whnou name li Felix Uojas,ntl who liiu undoubtedly rcncliei) tho afc ni 130 ytMii o. Unjui was bom In 1740, mid at an early ago entered tho nriny, holding tho position of sergeant ma jur in a Spiinlsh lino regiment. When Carina I ho Third Issued the historic IIIHIldulO OXcltlllif III!) .leMlltrt, ltojuf took In chargo two members of the Order and carried Ilium from Linares (a Santiago. lla nerved 48 years In tho Chilian armies, mid It thoroughly conversant with tho minutest details of Chilian history for tho hut century and a half. Up to 0110 year ago Iloju was re liiarkably vigorous for 0110 of his venerable aye, though for ten yours he him been curried .about In h nortu bht ehalr, in churi;o ol two servant. For a ycitr ho litis been fulling rapidly nod now scltlom leav...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1877 TROY jlEUALD. WEDNESDAY, OVV.J7, 1877 TIIUO. D. FlftHKR, I u4lara. W.T. VHUHMOND, J " OUIO BB.HOCBATIC ! Let im ill bo thankful. The tlar of Puiuocrucy, In tlio ascoudaut, ihlnci with .lucreaiod splendor to gladden tliu liumls or vatrloU. Tlio dark cloutli or Uadlcalliin aro drifting mvuy, ililfiliifc away. Tlio togi of fanaticism aro cluurliitf up. The din of atitfry vuluei la dying away, dying uway. Tlio ugly vltagca of (ho old lords of inUrulo are dUappcaringaud tlio high priests or confusion are re ilrlny, rotiring. Tlio Utshop or Do iiiociucy In llio great central state of Ohio lias risen up to minister to tlio peoplo according to tlio faith that was delivered by tlio fathers. Fraud and corruption huvu been rebuked. Tlio peoplo of Ohio did not pro noutice Mr. Hayes' titlo good. They did not declaro in lavor of resump tion. Tlioy did declaro in favor of his Southern policy, lor that is Dem ocratic policy. Tlio communistic lil.it form ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 October 1877

THE JMIOY HERALD, TVEDKESDAY, OCTTBER 17, 1877. THE ST. LOUIS MARKET. From the Itcpubllcan, Oct. 12.1 drain. WIIKAT Wa bottcr unstained In tlio whole tlum might Imvo been looked for, roisldorlnjr the breakdown yesterday? lor although iHcrs woro (Irm. bids were lower, with a demand for grades Tor cash they would 'probably have sold fairly up to y es ter .ay's figures, and such won the case with No 4. but grade were dull nnd have been of late. Future of No '1 are passed with out attention, but No : Was In continued full Interest, and moved well up to average values opcnltijr mainly He lower than yes terday's closing sales, but recovering ad vaiiccd during both the forenoon and alter noon markets, and closed closely approxi mate to ctordn v. ltecelnts small, at &, Mii bushels. Transactions in grades for ?ash were limited to 4 a car No 2 red winter at $1."U, which was lower than car-tots would have been sold at, and 81 13 was bid lor No 2 spring, with none oflcrat. For No i! winter ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 October 1877

THE rilOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY , OOTTBER 17, 1.-50,000 FRUIT UNO ORNAMENTAL TREES AT I3nffalo lSxvovy9 Including t!i(!oM choice standard n well n ilu' tarn nml cliolcc new viirictit". nlso grnpcv lues, small f nm.-.f (., uml i veil ncre ul choice hedge plant, nil grown on high nnd liyluii.l..'lmllcs southeast of Troy, mi Telegraph road, and 1 niHn west of Mo-cow; tiltli'c mi Nursery irrouiil. feud lor new ulirhlirul Ii"i,rltivi' C t .dogr.e mid Price l.l-t, or better, call uii'l see lor vuitrsell mill In1 convinced that I can supply fiit wllli iinythlng In lln Nursery line. Don't In; milled imy longer by ngents lr.m fnii'lL'ii nurseries lulu buying floi-i; or llii'iu nt extravagant prices, lint Imy the miiih" uiul bettor ftm-k nf me Tor les money Mi"l bv Mining you will enable me to Keep m iiit.cl:i nursery In your tnliNt, -1 1 1 1 to voiir wants, nml every tin spent Willi ni" Is I lint iiuirli retained an I added to the wealth ot till community. With ninny lliimks tor tlm liberal patr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 October 1877

T1IE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1877. t'rll Trouble. Fl'll'JiRfi llUll 111010 troubles with IiIh iifljjIibiirH. Tlilo tuna ho deter. mined lit appeal lo Urn majesty of Iho law, uuil iiceordlnifly consulted a lo gal ireiiilciiiNii : "lluw vm dose lliiifs?" ho enhl, "veil a veller'a k1 n garden, uuil dcr odder yellei' nut onto chickens em 'cm iiii ilou'i you gut kouio tor dot ?" "Sumu iuic'k chicken liavo been 1cntiii) luu your tjurdun ?" ntbil a lawyer. "Slrnw In mine garden ? Neln, It Wits vi'vliibluH." "Ami thu chickens committed dep. t'cdxiioiis on ilium ?" "I ilul ho';" nuked Fritz hi aston ishment. "And you want lo huh for damn Kos?" continued lliolmvjor. "Yiins. (int lor ltiinjci, mid dcr gabbii'ic, mid dcr lounger." "Did uii notlly bliu lo keep hU chlrkotts up ?" "Yntis, I did notify Mm." "And what did bo Miy '(" "llo notify urn to ro lo Hunt, and wipe my will ti on" down tutunii vest." "And ho telusel to comply with out' fust demand.'" "Yiui".'' "II" allowed lils ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 October 1877

THE TBOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 17, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17, 1877. RATES OP ADVERTISING. ) niusro 1 lnerttn II" Kuril aildltlonul insertion ii Aiiuilnlntratorn' Nollccn 3 00 Kiiinl Settlement Notices ! 00 Mruy Notice (taRle stray) 3 00 fciielt aihlltlonnl stray in nanin notice. . 1 00 Liberal ilciltiutlous will be made to regular tdvcrilswu. Adverllcomcnts will take the regular run or the paper. Extra churcs made for tts-h-rroit jilnecK. No ccrlitlcntc of publication will be made Until such publication linn been paid for. The non-o1icrvirm-c of this rule lias been the oiviiflon of much trouble and nctual los. Our tcniu anil Oali In advance, uti Mib- Iptlom; cauli on delivery, for Job work In! casli on demand, for mlvrrtlicmciit. TROY CASH PRICES. Flour Warranted. Tirol flour per hundred $3.60 XXX ' 3- XX ' " 300 X 2.60 Mcnl nnd flour always nn lionil for ex change. E. NORTON & SON AUBURN NmVN. Dr. McKay has tore oyci. llonrv Luck ii rcnlastcrlnff his llOIIBO. M...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 24, 1877. NO. 43 TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED nY F1SHJBK. Sc CO., AT (ULSO ii Your In Advnnoo, LOCAL AND COUNTY NIW. Mr. Ed. Dunn left for St. LouW tail Saturday. Thanks to Dr. Ward forsome beau tlfiil and delicious honoy. Mr. II. W. Ilarbautn has atartcd a wagon shop ntTruxtnn. Mr. W. L. Elsberry of near New Hope was In town Monday. Good Apple Vinegar for sale ot the tlrtiff storo nf Woollolk Si Co. 42w2 Mra. Warren Worsham of Frank ford, Flko county, U visiting friend tn Troy. Mr. Ilnnry Hamlet, an agod and inspected cltlz'Mi of Plko county, died on tho 14th. Mr. II. V. I. Block and Judge Fagg of Vika county were in town last week attending Probato court. Tlio 0)i7c Is tlio name of a now paper-just started at New Florence, in Montgomery county. Mr. A. S. Buchanan returned from St. Louis last Thursday, and Mrs Buchanan returned homo Saturday. Mr. Goo. llHrrelt brought a sweet nntnto to town last Friday that weighed four pounds ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 October 1877

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 24. 1877. TRO HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 1877. w. t. iHtiRnono, J miiom. Don Wade hasn't boen board Irotn ; lio ''fuses lu speak." New Jersey will roll up a handsome majority for McLellan. Tweed says lio lias not as much at $r0,U00 of lilt Ill-gotten gains Iclt, Many petitions aro going to con gross fur tho romonollzation of all er. It In thotitfht thai Morton will never be ablo to go to Washington ugaiu. Tho Democrats claim Now York lu thd coming election by 75,000 major ity. Tho petrified stone nmn or Colo rado arrived at St. Joseph on tho Till. Tho Workmgmcii, Grecubackora find Democrats of Chicago have united lu nominate ono tlekct. Capt. Si la Bunt ot St. Louis lift been appointed police commissioner to succeed D. A. Armstrong. Senator Wallace, of Pennsylvania takes tho Into Senator Bogy's place on the coiuiultteo of foreign affairs. U mil ill for speaker aud other ofll i i i of tho house nominated by the Douioenitlc ciiiciH Were elected. Mr...

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. — 24 October 1877

THE- TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 187?. Irf Winter UNPARALLELED LOW PRICES ! WOOLFOLK & HAND Announce to their pal ron Hint they have moved lo their Large and I'oiiuiiodiou IX'en More. 9 door above B.S. Crew Ac C'o.'w hardware More, where they will be pleatteri lo ncc all I heir lricnd. They have now In store the most Complete and Cheapest Stock of Goods EVER EXHIBITED IN THE COUNTY. Their Stock has been purchased at Hie very lowest unces that could be attained for CASH, and will bo sold at prices that Cannot b Undersold 33 "ST AITY KCOXJSE I3ST MISSOURI. THEY SOLICIT A COIMRISOS OF PRICES AND GOO J WITH THIS OR ANY OTHER MARKET ! They Offer the Following Bargains JN FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS: Standard Calico 20 y aids fot Sl Standard Ginghams 7 to 10c. per yard. Sltiped and Plaid Suitings 10 to 15c. Colo icd Alpaca and Poplins 20c Colored Cashmeres 25c. Black Alpaca 20 and 25c. Black Cashmeres 40 to S5c. TIII2Y I3V1TI! KPIWIAIj ATTKNTIOff TO PRICES ON Till: I'OLI.OWuW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD WEDNLSUAr, OCTOBER 24. 1877. TROY J1ERALD. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 24, 1877. iTii nw aovktisinq. i snnsro 1 Insertion,... $1 M fciiih additional liwrtlon 75 AdiiilnlKtratorH' Notice 3 00 Kf mil Settlement Isotler J may Notice (Mimic stray) .. 3 oo r.nch lulilltloiiAl Ktruy lit sania notice. . 1 oo Liberal deduction will be made to regular tdvertlsm, Advortlncmcnts will tnVo the regular run ef the iaicr. Extra churjfo inadu for prs l.,i.f,l tllflln. No ecrtlllcntc of publication will be made ilitll Mich publication nan uecn nam iur. J ho iion-obucrvauce of this ruin has been the occasion of much trouble ami actual losn. Our term arc : CVli In advance, on Mib dntlons; cash on delivery, for Job work ml on demand, fur advertisement). A illnpntcli of llm I81I1 from Kansas City says : "George W. Miller, J. H. Ham mul Edward L. Stevens wcroar ictilcd on a requisition from tho gov ernor of Texan, charged with forging mul iMulng deed to Isigo tracts of land In tho Lone Star state. '1...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 31, 1877. NO 44 TROY HERALD, rl'UMStlKD BY FISHER & CO., AT Ml. SO n Year In Advance LOOAL AND COUNTY NKW1. Wheat it looking fine ou the Bluff. Mr. Hugh Dougherty of uear Mill wood died on 25th Inst. If yon want goodi at really low (trices go to Woolfolk & band, Mr. Sam Slngloton and wife of near Now Hope were in Troy last Monday, Seventy-five bushels of corn to tho ere is what Newton county claims, Pike county has already shipped over seven thousand barrels of apples, Price Clothing. Boots and Shoes at WooiiniKS nanu s ueioro you ouy. Alex. Martin and wifo of Louisi ana are visiting tho family of Mr. J. M. Wommack near Troy. Two prlsonor escaped from the Callaway county Jail on the 23d, by- knocking down the Jailor Wmillnlk 1 1 anil will loll votl nods at prices that cannot bo under sold by any House in the state. Mr. Jacob Groshong, tho oldest na tivo of thin county, called at our of lice last Friday. He Is 78 ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 October 1877

TI1E I'llOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY , OCTTBER 31, 1877, TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 1877. Tllti WlatDlift GRUKNI2B 1.AHT WORDS. "I'mgobig to die," says the Wldcier Greene, 'I'm pmg toinlt this tilrtlily scene It ain't no plate Tor mo to stay J n such a world nt 'tis todav. Si loli works mul ways Is too much for me, Nobody can't let nobody be. The girls isJlounend from top to toe, Aml.tliat'jf the bull o' what they know. Tlicmcn I mail nn bomlt uml storks, Swcarm' an' sliootln' nn' plikln' locks. I'm real afraid I'll be bunged myself V.t I ain't laid on my llnal shelf. There ain't a rrcatur but knows to-day 1 never vnt Itinatlu any way, I Jut since erary folk alt go Tree, I'm dreadful afraid they'll hang up me! There's another thins that' pesky hard 1 can't go Into a neighbor! yard J'o jiay 'How bo you t or borry a plu, J'.ut what the paper'll have It In : 4 We're plcaicd to say the Wlddir Grecno Took dinner a Tuesday with Mrs Kenc.' Or, 'Our worthy friend JIm. Greene's gone Down to I...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 187T.- BStClC TlIMi Under the tot of the legislature of Missouri, passed Uit winter, provid ing for the collection of detluqueiit ! taios, the owners of property are given to January 1, 1878, to pay all Midi tax. relieved of penalty, but If nny remalni unpaid at that time It i inaoo the duty of tho collector to en force thn payment by autt In the court of tho county where It li tit nitted . It U Important that all should tnkn notice of ami remember this law, If they are owing any back tax. Mme than hnlf tho year that was given In which to pny these taxes, without poimlty, hat expired, and the tlrst day of January, 1878, will soon be here, when It will become tho 1m purnltve duty of tho cotlccton, under the law, to commonoo silts against all then delinquent. Tho provisions of ihls'law wore very liberal toward iho delinquents, and operato greatly in their relief if they will avail them solis of Its benefits wlihln the year hut 11 they mil to do ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 October 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 81, 1877. w.T.-tttvnnonm, J 4U"' ' Gon. Forreit condition. U il 111 in critical The miner .r the DUck Mills want n territorial government. CMGKKM. ftil a me special lemon or eongren will likely run Into the regular tat ion, whloh commences the flntMon day In December. The remonotitt tlon of allver and the repeal of the resumption act will command Imme dlate attoutlon. They are matters of great and urgent Importance, and the servants of the people cannot safely noglect them, or temporise with them. Tho recont election In Ohio. The alrst state association met Mr Hayes' own stale, speaks In thun .at' Lexington on the 24th. Tho Prcsbvterlau state synod met In bt. Charles on tho 18th Inst. The wlioat crop this year Is the largest ever produced in this country. Judge Dillon has been exonerated y the Iowa bar for any lack orofa cial or Judicial Integrity. John Lawson, a revolutionary pen- nloner, died in Ralls count...

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