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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 November 1873

THE TROY HER&UD, Mmxm cM.nm.tn a kcabkxce. TtM Sate ! inasnMloaw-MafclMde BNH M , ? CretBC Battle ' JT5 i- ' 'l i' T "i . Corraependeeeo of tts Mr Tor 'Sttfc.J CofcLBtOH Co, S. ., Jloir. 1. Htrdlt !, even ftr thi meftt tI!1 linaclnattoMUotcainprthend (he most deplorable abyss Info which this state lias teen hUrWd-s'ittte 'whose 'toll. besides Droduclnif cotton, com. oeas. rye. oats, Mrley.tobacco.har, grasses ami ine various neiicate rruits or mo IroolMl climate, la stored with void. jaarble, slant te, iraaUeigneiM. oearee, both red eud yellow, iiorcelaln clay. limestone, taloo and various other Mineral. Corruption and bribery hare throw off their eaMe garments ltd "run rial" through her borders. Hundreds of acres which were ones white with cotton, now He a barren waate. Laborers aro plentiful,, but they prefer Idleness to work; ana the poor pianior, wno enaeavors to re trieve his loses, la onlr sunken deeper Into the mfre. From a care ful estimate I find that over ninety' one p...

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. — 19 November 1873

THE gpy; HERALD, yQYEMBER 19. 1873. TIORNHILL 4 BUSWELLc. TlIISIHAfiUai'-CLASSIIOTIL furnished ta icod atyle, wJtkUu table tupplied with e best, the iMrkt afford.' Wronger stopping In Troy will flu J her all he uomforts ef hosne. THfrBAB A I storked with strictly prime Motion, nek a llroiidlcs. Wlilskys, WImi. Ales, dins, tv. ; aho the Meet brands of dgars. Jiiiri MUMMER) P.itA0tvr'6n Wheeler 1 Wilson Sewing Machines AXV DUMR III PIANOS AND OMANS, 419 Homxm nrrH am. i. Troy.Mo. Offlre atHr. Ogden'e over Norton's (ton, where thcie machines may lie teen' In work ing order. Attachments, oils, etc., always 011 hand... The Singer and otbsr machine at greatly redueed price. St . I W. H AEBATJM, . Manufacturer of Plow, ' WkaeJttarroww. All kinds of AVagons, heavy, light aa! spring always on nana. IU88IES OF EVERY STYLE Maitn to order on short notlee. ALL WORK WARRANTED on same terma aa other netoiies. Repairing Promptly Oone. All inntcrlal used, whetner In new i or In repairing, Is or the ...

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. — 19 November 1873

THE TROlttfiRALI, KOVEMBBB 19, 1873. TUH BIVBH r TIME. Ifh, a Wondrfiil stream l the Klver Time, A It flowi through tlie nun of (curt, rtlk faultless rylhin and a.atuMcal rhyme. ad a broader awee n and a surge sublime, As lit blct.Ui with aha aeean of years. tUn winter la drifting Uko like of I snow I ' And summer like bud between I the year lutbc.ahcaf-m they mm aid they go i the river' brcnat with Ita ebb and flow. Aa they git Jo In thoahsdow and sheen. Irbero'a a radical lilo up the IMvtr Time. Where the aoftert of alra are playing j iThero'a nelondlea y and a tropical dune, I And a voice m sweet aa a veaper chime, And the Juue with the roaea atay Ing. I And the name of thU tale la Long Ago, And wo bury our truaure there ; iTaero art bra wa of beauty aad boeoasof snow There SX&OI.X.ABOBB, Whalasal anal Recall tYMlars In CAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES rSPE A If D FITriNCS AMtl PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, Gas and Stewn Fit- are hcapaor duat,but weloTcdthcm Jjj fa gH ftmfc HranChM...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 November 1873

TTTP1? A T.T j-xvvx xitfj.. wtauv: nn. tt. in. ' rr: - ., It Is-tmrdfy, worth wlillo to cidlf alv trillion to the hu aavertiiernon or Norton, Herlen inn it'waruV1 obntirre that tbey ero koepWifipeee Itnlly Invite ourcltlseae toajlretueat n call and examine their goods. Editori Herald: Now that ' r.".- .. itor4eawvaaaipei us, anoTetaat wo organise a Lyceum, for mental nnd social Improvement. T ho exor de;ttc.oMe raarngi4 essays, ' declamations, uawuoa nnu ucuaaiuiiai theatricals, ;LtteJIlis be enlisted declamations, uouatos ana occasional to contribute Ilia chirms of Iholr Der-. .on si preseuco, as won as "thoughts .. ..if .. iVm.irht! t liat breataii4-w'ecBV Ahat burn." These cxcrcWeswUI stimulate rondlng,1 which will bo breuiiUf,;! ;IiUoroeulal t ion. Bacon said : "Reading inakos a full nifinv Writing., , correct niau; spenki for sleep, ulnlif l.cvl ...v...i,.inn win h. of viit benefit to.its-memberefinromotlnrthflf habits, and acqalremeats which are not orilytornankMitalBiit usefu...

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. — 26 November 1873

THE :vol. &. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1873. NO. 47. TROY HERALD, FOSMMBO T PIJSHKR A MUDD, AT fl.SO a Yoar lit Adranco, RATK9 Of ADVBRTISINQ. t wpuM 1 Insertion, tl JO Bach additions! Iniertloa 75 d!iiiuUUators' Notice 8 00 final aettlemont Notice 8 00 toy MeUees (tingle etrsy) 8 00 fern ttldltloiial stray In Mm nolle. . 1 00 Literal deduction! will bo mad to rexular Mo eertlaeate of publication will bo made jatll such publication bu been paid for. til aon-obiervance of tliU rule not been the oeculon of much trouM and actual lou. COURT DIRIOTOIIY. mcutT Court. Vint Monday after the Mirth llandivln Marsh and Hntmhr. Couxtv Collar. Second Monday la Feb anary, Mar. August, and November. 1'kobate Coimr. Second Monday In January, April, July and October. I. O. O. 9. Tm Lndffl No. S8 1. O. O. F. meet everr Saturday nlgutat their hall In the Witurow Wock. ' wituuuni u J. M.McLsttAX.Sec'y. A Pf e A. M. w Lodire no. st x.r.i rday night on or boforo each full moon J. A. WiiU),8ec...

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 November 1873

troy ftfeifc&if WEDNESDAY, NOV.26, 1878. -. VH' tO'I " ftatstatatrtayr' ' AtvoaUk),uiil) iii n " At hefcentlod Iom m ttiwaiby tayisldo. i-i ' ' 'iSldOodpendhirkoil7 . , ,.. OnasUver cloud?" .. Coming down; from hf avt a l4kftKUlftIiTT 1 think n angel ;-. Came Jutt bt fore, To show tuj baby- . Our papa's door. r , Ob ay , lnnirti," lcar, , .,. . . '" p)A you hear her sing, r...,-, ''Ami teen IctourV. IJcsr little. baby iu? Aid did she have wing 'i When she came that day, ", that you've uVcn on , Awl put sway ? Did the anxel'tell you To Iny thorn by. t 'Till Oud should call .her. -,' ' Again on high' , . ... Jf 1 hear him call her ,, I'll quickly say, Hear llcavcnly Father, Plcaie-tct tier stay ! You've babies, enough . , 'In your beavcu altove, . And we've only ono ' Ltjtle titter to love! THE VOlCtXKfl. We count the broken lyres thnt rent Where the sweet-walllng tlugrr kIiiiiiImt; Hut o'er their silent ulsters' brcat The wild flower who will Htoop to number? A few can touch the ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 November 1873

.11 :MH ' .r. They are something o divine StritmtaMBatsf least They'ro'whattttrfetltapaan't dciae, They're wlut we know but can't, express. . ; Bkr Esjglamt. IrMcrnboronce,inLondon, to liar e con a young man with loctoa parted In the middle and abundant watch The wicked' Waterloo, "of tho .St. t , !??!, ?.V" V" I, J .11 I ,T ). - . UIJBUU HIIUII IUIU IllUk UU K uiruu- Louis Jqkrfiaf, luus wrllos.ahcut tho for of tho bunk or Kngland. I had "wlnjjleM": . supposed that a directorship of tho 'It is exceedingly difficult to de. bank was a dignity attained' only by crlbb a wbtitan by telegraph, at least men f age, of groat experience, and nth la iilri'iaiir'inilailiv dr . of irrave and soinbro exterior. But tariulned hv Marshal Halllne of Rnd. the reverse is tlio case. Directors of lia. Tho uienilng paper of today tho bank are always very young when contain tho report that tho marshal elected. The reason Is that, In time, named received at dispatch from a Mr. tl director will bo tho deput...

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 November 1873

THE TROY HERALD, NOVEMBER 26,1873. troy herald: Wednesday, nov. m, im For t few days subsequent to the first excitement created by the news of tho capture f the Virglnius nnd the msasacre it a Urge number of Its passengers and the crew, a loll was occasioned by the fair promises of tho Spanish authorities at Madrid ; but dispatches of the 90th wero of a inoro belligerent character, and war with Spain assumed a very sorlous aspeet. Intelligence of that dato re ceived from Madrid says tho United Htatos legation there wero attacked by a mob of tho 8paatsh populace on tho 19th, and Minlater Sickles threat ened with violence. The authorities, however, acted promptly, and suc ceeded in dispersing Ibe crowd. Tho fooling among tho masses is very bitter towards this country, and the opinion prevails that if President Castolar is bold onough to yield full reclamation to the United States for tho murder of the Virglnius' crow and tho gross insult to our flag, his government will be overthrown ...

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 November 1873

:--V, ...- THE TROY HEBAIiD, NOVEMBER 26, 1873. isvktlmi represent? God knows 1 Nearly 1,000 persons not killed on the 1 battle f eld. It curdle the' blood to feed or ponder ov'erSthese dlabollonl order, eo Infernally executed. The ct of Jnly 37, IBM, (tree the preil dent power to demand the prltonere who aro American cltlaens, end if re fueed for an unreasonable lime to tiao eh means, not amtoeirting to act of war, at will eflortuate the demand. Oil for n fortnight of Gen. Jackson or Gov. Mercy I Our protest were written In water the defiance of thorn in blood. Fire thousand victims have auflered sluco these public prolesta. In defiance of the treaty of 1795, which Drovides for fair trial of our cltlaens by Spain, with advocates and fectus and all the oaranhernalla ol joetlco, these deuds are done, which mako "earth sick ana lieavcn weary." Hut how cau I bring these indo'crlua We horror home to you unless I par ttenlarlsod 7 I mention three or four Instances. Nor will theto include...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 November 1873

latoWd HotV ' THORNKLIi ft BUWJiliL,V ffllllSiS AJ'UlBT-iJliABSrtOl'Bb supplied with the Best hi Market affords. Btranger stepping In Troy will lad her all Hit comiorn r iranni TfTTi! HAS Is stocked with strictly rlra Liquor, nUrundle. WhJsfcya, Wines, Ales, Gins, if. : also tbe llnctt brands of cigars. Snlft Wheeler t Wicm Sewing Machloes A!W DULU IM . PIANOS AND ORGANS, 414 NMTR nrTH m OfflcoatMr. Ordan's over Norton! (torn where these machines tuay be sees In war jffilorter. Attachments, olli, etc., alwajfl oiThand. Tbe Singer aud other macbtaaf lit greatly reduced prices. M .F.W.HARBATJM, Manufacturer of Wagons, , Maggie, Ail kind of Wagon keavy, light aa4 spring always on hand.. IU66IES OF EVERY STYLE Made to order on short nottcr. ALL WORK WAHUAN.TKD on noma tcrmit aa other faotoiles. t Repairing Prontptly Done. AH matcrlnl uicd, wtictner in new wtffk or n repairing, la of tbe beat quality that in be obtained. v3n3 JEHU SYLVESTEfi 'WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALKU WATCHES, " DIAMON...

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 November 1873

aii A tMWftHORT YEAftfi. ' " ill' ?! .If 'I ' J- l ' Where, whsr Will be tho birds that sliuj,' Ttieta'wers'thst now la itauly spring, PUILIC AHD Jlpl SlO0l Christian Institute 1(1 I 1 . wJ - u luw r.uortyeare iron now Kl .X IW f..I tt 11 J V ? ft il I MilJU -ac&aUAiLW 1 r, Hit 1 , i 4 ' ' Tim nuv lln. ' I' IMl.v, M,-a hnit i. Tip heart that bests i))' 0 rally, aowrlfc 1 ' O.hMewlll ba lote'a beaming eye, ,5oyi plcaistitrallci, and.sorr'o.wa sigh'. " A few short years from now? .i. ' ,r i n .1! " ' ,Aylio'll prom for fold thia crowded street, 1 Ate w abort yeara from bow V WhVll tread yon church with willing feet, '.'.'A faw hhott y'tari from now r. Tale trembling ago, ' 'Antt'li'ery youth. . t .... . . . I 11. 1 Wheteaal. and &tl Oealera In CAS AND COAL-OIL 4 'I ' "t. "l..'' ''..'...1. -lie rich the pooron land and Ma; Where win the. Mighty mllltona ba ', A fovrabort 'years from now t We all within our graves ahall sleep, A few abort yeari from now I, Mo living aotil for ti...

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 November 1873

THE TROYHERAIiD, NaVJSMBBR m 1873. , OTOY HERALD WIDNE8DAT, NOV.., 1878. " OBLBEir MWi . Parks. Crewi Co. have bought tliennkn..atekof M. T. Brltton at one-fourth the original cost, and intend to icll it for a small margin. ' A largo lot of Beit Prints at 8c. Itetwesn 800 add 400 nalrs of Booti and Shoes at onehalf the wholeiale fAat. Large supply of Queenaware and tilaatwaro at aame ratea. (Irocerlei, hats, eapi and ererjrthlng eoBipruca in a gonarai note, a. iow cat ngurei. Come early and get the beat bar xaini ever oifered. Parkkr, Crews k Co. Charly Wllllami, of (he firm of Noel es Wllllami, grocery merchant!, presented us a few daya aiuoa with a ilue lot or hogs-head eheeio and "acrapol." Ho cxpeots to keep them on hand for salo, and a a Toucher that thoy will bo of tho beat quality, we will aay that his mother super intends tho making. v t'ar Sate ar Steal. A comfortable dwelling liouae, ' with four rooms, meat houso attd a avmmer kitchen, garden, calf lot, Ac, on college stre...

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. — 3 December 1873

VOrV'ttSfctrtli , v"rwsf-y VC )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3,!' 1873. SO. 48. THE TROY HEKAL.1). i1 ""SBBBBaaaa bf- "" ersw m mmmm, t TROY HERALD' ruBMsNio r FISHER A MUDD, AT 1.(50 a, Your tsa Alvnsco. ATM ADVIRTltlNi. I Mivirt 1 lnertta ft M larH additional innruon 7ft LdMlnlitratora Notice 3 00 final Settlement Notlee s sari ray Notices (ainitie swsy) .... a oo KM I i additional tra In una antlee . . 1 00 Liberal ileduutloaa will ha made ta namlar advertiser. No ee rtifleate At pnbllnatlon will be made Afitll such publication ha been paid for. Clie non-observance of Mil rule has been Sis oecMlom or much troubl and actual Ion. COURT OIRIOTttllY. .aSiOT, Dorm otnrr.Seeoad Monday In Feb PrutniTa r!nnarU.snnit MmiHh V2Mrf"l:u fcauary, April, July and October. I. O. O. P. Troy Lode c No. 68 1. U. O. V. meet ev Saturday Bight at their ball In tho Wllbrow aiaeK. i . w. wnimuw, a. u. J. M.McLitnx,8ec'y. A. Wt o A. M. Troy Lodge No. 34 A. V. A A. M. meet may muni on or ucrore eac...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 December 1873

urn I 4" 5 TROY "HERALD WEDNESDAY, DEO. 8, IB78, r ' OKIjV a tint thinb. Twm a tiny rosewood thing, Klwii bound and fcllttsrhifr '' With it stars of tltver white t Sllvor tablet blank and bright;, Downy plIltfjYod I satin lined ; That J, loitering, chanced to Hnd 'Mid tlie dut and cent and gloom Of tho undertaker"' room. Wilting empty nti, Air whom 7 All. wllat lore-watched cradle bed Koepi'tO'Dlglit thu cittlln(licadi Or on what nod pillowed breast, U the chcrnb form t rcrt,- 1 That ere long with dirkaiMd cy Hlreplng to no lullaby, Wbltcly rolMd, ttll and cojd,, 1'alo flotvor" slipping from Its hold,, tilutl tht!) dututy couch fiiroldy All, what bitter tears iliall (tain All thin atln sheet like rain, And what towering hope are hid 'Neath thin tluy.eoltln-lld, Scarcely large enough to bear J.Utlo word that mint tip there, Mttle words cut deep and true, lllecdlng mother1' heart'ancw Mweet pet name and "Aged Two I" .( .. Oh, can sorrow's hovering plumo Ito'tind ourpathVvay cast u glo...

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 December 1873

ii n i' ... ; pa Wattl Ha wera Bar Agala. HamiAml iiAHnii la at MiaM Ari.flnif Ajwuwwsi uuiwwii a nmii'vi j i L 1 ll. A I 1 I t . 1 1 a i a a. .T t , ovorwork and no' recreation; Arid i writer wont onto'iav that- bov- . . . a . i . . ... a a on WB.B niirii'Kii inn naniiinm'Tinriiiii M 1 !.. ...L a u u in nil iiiui amiiu w nib uiauu' iu nu a vuvitmuu lucrauiivih "Or cbtiru it US' tbourftit Boiiffon : IA iwiiiiMinlini'iti hnitf iia liMHil t nail 111 a Aim It i 1 1 nut Min lin: Utivr hntiirintil .....1. !.... ..... ait-.. L.AdAff l...!...! s-eva"l' rum mu iiijf uuuiii-i in mio uuru. ... .J- 1.1 I.j . .. .. loio7' it inAuo ins' noart swoii as lie nought It ovdry undi'ho l'clt as If ho 1.1 III... - 1 t. . invi. ill (lniii iuid rmiRv mi vnirni. .. a I. I.- 4. . "1 . il AW. IIJU UUUA f Will ISIItl'll UU1ILU LIIUBU .1 I ..... I - I. ....V I II jlii. t mu a iilco if rassv 1 vord.'and Iia'llunir nvii mn it:innr mill wnnn An nm. "All! tlio voi-V tliodarlit makes mo cci coiiisn i oxciaimcu ueus...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 December 1873

.Vnoir. . i-w, -h-j. f TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, DECS, 1878.; JS. At IOMi Editor. TMK CUBAN IDimM. Dispatches of the 38th give Intellt genet of a peaceful natttro between Spain Md the United States, by the former acceodlng to the demands of Kile government in the Virglnlus affairs. The Spanish minister, Polo, lit Washington, communicated the accession! or hie government to Sec retary Fish on last Friday ovenlng. Having been adttltted to the letter's library, Polo grasped hlsn by the hand, and exclaimed : "Thank God, everything Is right I" He then read n partial translation of a dispatch trout Madrid, in Which President C'astclar discloses his willingnoss to yield tho reparation demaudedjby our government in general terms. This reparation trill result In the stir render of tho Vlrginlns, probably to tho collector of customs at Key West ; n salute to the United States flhg; the release of the remainder of the crow and pnssengers of the VirgiiiUK ; tho indemnification of the families of...

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. — 3 December 1873

THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 3, 1873: GOOD SEWS FOR THE PEOPLE! The Ripest Fruits of the Panic hare just been Gathered by PARKER, CREWS & CO., And for the IVext OO clays we -will offer to our Customer the Largest and Best Assorted stock of GENERAL MEROANDISE THAT HAS EVER BEEN DISPLAYED IN LINCOLN COUNTY AT PRICES THAT CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD. The Bottom hu poaltivoljr boon reaohed, and all those nlahing to lay la their Winter SuP pllea will do well to oall on ua at ouoa, and (at the beneBt of on reduoed prloea. GOODS WILL SURELY ADVANCE AT A VERY EARLY DAY AND THE ONE WHO PURCHASES NOW WILL MAKE THE MONEY. We are offering our large stock WE will sell the newest you cavr bw the pop of Jeans at prices ranging from and best styles of pkints StjpcSsae'ao awi 200 tO 600 a yd. A'X FROM 8 TO 100 A YARD. BEST M BR. DOMESTIC .t II 1-2, to 12 l-2i. We have everything New and Desirable in Ladies' Dress Goods from 12 1-2 io 50c a Yard. We are resolved not to be Excelled in offering Real Bargains....

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 December 1873

ft "Wirt THE TBOY HERALD, DECEMBER 3, 1873. Xamolttde Hotel, TJiOl'. .... MO rTUHSI8 A FIRST-CLA88 HOTEL X furnished In pood style, with its table supplied with the Best tho market afford. H rangers stopping In Troy will find hen aH we comioris 01 nomc. THE BAR In Mocked with strictly prime Liquor, nek as Urandtcs, Whlskys, Wines, Ales, Gins, tile. : nno me nucsi uranus 01 cigari, 'JnKi A. 8 U3IIS 13 K, CKNEIUL AO I NT fOtt Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines PIANOS AND. ORGANS, 4is north rmn i it.mii. 8, B. IltVrLVE, Ag't t Troy, Mo. Office at )lr. Ogden's oxer Norton' (tore, whero these machines may be see In werl I lit order. Attachments, oils, etc.. always on imml. The Singer and otlicr niavhlnea at greatly reduced prices. . 21 F. W. HARBAUMi Manufacturer of Wagoas, Buggies, PIqws, WliQelbarrawst All Vlmls of Wagons, heavy, light awl spilng always on huud. BUGGIES OF EVERY STYLE Made to (micron short notice. AIXWOItTt WAUItAMTUD on same terms at other faetoiles. Repairing Promp...

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 December 1873

THE TROY HEBAED, DECEMBER 3, 1873T A NwhtUlo mon was admiring-a i young lady's hair the other ovoning: ''Mill D , pleaio giro mo ono lltflo curl Jmt one, won't yon?" ho pleaded; ''Couldn't think of It for a moment," replied the, young ldy briskly; "why, thoso curls cost mo a dollar oploco." There are ;many quaint and primi tive customs prevailing in Sweden. Up in the' north it', la customary to hang the door-key Up 'outside to show that the family is not at homo. In Daleearlta, when a family is away at an outlying pasture, tho house is locked up, but asllp of paper Isfns tenod to tho door, with a note to tell hungry wayfarers, wlt'dro tho key of the bouse ana paatry is concealed. i-.Tii i h.. A man who had recently burled a wife got tnarrlod again immediately, much to tho disgust of his neighbor, who to bo, revenged, turned out lu large numbers and gave him a rous ing, charivari. Tho oaslly consoled husband stood tho rnckot as loug as possible, when he came to the door and administe...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 December 1873

THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 3. 1873. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, pEC. 9, 1878. LET US HATE A IiTABttM. Two weeks ago we published communication urging tho formation of n Lyceum. Ae yet there lias been no rcipouso madt the call, e'xcqpt nn Attempt made to. eetabllth a debat ing club. Bucli tion would hardlr till the want of the community at tin derstood by osr correspondent who i a gentleman of Intelligent obicrra tion. We havo had ote enough of debating duos, iiey uayo oeen nere, nt belt, but inUorabfq abortions ; ot no practical benefit to anybody con nected with them, and not able to arouto tho interest of the comrau ill ty. We noed something more com urclionilre and moro rational more suited to the taste at a people pot seising literary culture. That a Lyco'im ostablislied and con ducted upon tho bails contemplated by our correspondent would prove of vait benefit to its members and to the community generally, no ono can doubt who has overseen tho practical working of such an Institutio...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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