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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 November 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., NOVEMBER 21, 1877. NO 47 TROY HERALD. ruBMMtRD by FISHER & CO., AT M1.SO n Yonr ltt Advance LOCAL AND OOUNTY NKWt. Mr. J. L. Ilorloa U teaching at Crab Apple ichoel house. Extra Good Drives on Funnel. Jo' us and Casslmerca at 0. M. Hamilton's The Emmerson public Bchool homo in Dog prairie wu burned on the night of the 8ih lust. Mr. Jubn C. Ilorton hat told lilt farm near Moscow, at $25 per acre, to Mr. Andrew Wagoner of Illinois. G. M. Hunillluii offers a choice line oi Men's and lloy' Hull and Cap at almost coil prices, Irom 40 ceuia to 93.60. Our old friend, Uncle Jimrnle Brown, of Fruukford, Pike county, lias moved lo Colusa, California. The old bridge at Frenchman' Bluff told for $1. lo Mr. William Norton. It history It a tad one. Mr. John C. Ilorton near Moscow will tell all or hit ttock, farming im plemeutt, household and kitcbeti fur uiliirc, next Saturday. lloolt and Shoes at lowoit prices aver known on earth at C.M. H...

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. — 21 November 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 31, 1877. MARK TWAIN'S &.ATKNT. jlw an irroreMat oil aalt later rate Ike Mtatrr ! fclij-.lt aaa the rraahaia el Meal. One trip Iho captain had a clergy man on board, but did not know ho wat a clergyman, eluce the passenger lltt did not betray Iho tact. He look a great liking to thla ller. Mr. Polcn, nnd lalkcd with lilm a great deal ; told him yarns, gavn htm toothsome kcraps of jicrtoual hUtory, and wove a glittering streak of profanity thro' hi garrulous fabric that wat refresh lug to a spirit weary of Hie dull neu iriilltiosuf undecoralcd tpcecli. Ono day the cnjdaln said: "retort, do you over read tho Bl Me?" "Well-yea." "1 judgo Itnln't often, by the way you lay it. Now, you tueklo ll In dead earnest once, end you'll find It'll puy. Don't you get discouraged, but hung right on. l'lrst you won't un derstand It, but by and by thing will begin to clear up, and then you would not lay It down local." 'Ye...

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. — 21 November 1877

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 187?; AMHlMM, Thaaghii mm Ramarke. Translated rrom the Krcnch by F. 8. A. Thornton, the author of iho "Sea on," did not Immediately enjoy a fortune equal to lilt merit anil repu tation. Even at tho time whoti hla worka wero In the greatest vogue, he waa reiluceit to tho most dissgrceablo extremities. He had been forced to contract debts, and one of Ills credi tors, directly after the publication of lila poem, "The Boakoni," had him nrrcstcd, in hnpo of being soojior paid by hli bookseller. M. Quln, tho commedian, hoard of Thomson's misfortune He know lilin only by his poem. Not restrain lug his pity, as many did, who wero able to holp him, went to the Jailor's house where Thomson had been con ducted. He obtained permission readily to sco him. "Sir," said ho, "I do not believe I bavo tho honor of knowing you, but my namo I Qulu." The poet replied, "Although I do not know you persoiiallr, your namo Htid merit aro not strangers to me." Qulu req...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 November 1877

THE ritbY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 18 P-7 TKOY HKllALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV 21, 1877. TIIKO. U w. r i HtiH.nunu, i Udltr. Tho population r Texas ll In creasing hi Ilio rate of a quarter of a inlllioti pel milium. ll I thought lhat Ilia Inrtfl and revenue laws will bo amended In Im portant particular. The agony l over regard lo the postmaster In Si. Louis. Mr. Fllley lias been reappointed. Ho la lire lo bo confirmed. Tim South Carolina Jury (bat found Smalls eclorrd congrcsaniBii, guilty f bribery, was compoacil or five white ami seven colored men. Judge .Icre Black's rejoinder to Stoiiglitoti's defenso of the Electoral Commission I Mill lo be withering. Just a wo expected. Tlio in nn who become his victim la unfortunate. Tho decision of Suprenm Court of the United Slates In the Cass county l.ou-l ca-e i In favor of the bondholders. According lo I hit tbo township bonds must bo paid. Tint decision I ii voir oh louin thrco him .lied and fifty thousand dollars In Pike county with Int...

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. — 21 November 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1877. TII12 MISSOURI REPUBLICAN, In the Front Rank of American Journals. Indepondenoe. Oandor, Conserva tism) Enterprise, Vlcor. Hctlucllan ! Price In suit the Times Tlin clci-lloii of IS." over, to eotiijrrM will nil cyt' turn to willies tin- course of polltl cul events III America. Question ol vital Interest are prcinc; fur settlement, and the dlscll-siou hid fair Id lie (i ohmcd 1111,1 ub sorbilnr, 'I he subject ol I'lnaiicc, l'ii itlca Hull, interim! Improvements. Chll-Semco Ucluriii, Indian and Mexican llordor Tlou Me, ctc.,aru aliioni; those which must liirtfo ly occupy t tic- public mltnl. 'I In; proper Ui vnlopuiciil (il't.iii resource ul lliii West iiinl Sum li. bt means of iiu Improved condition of liver uiiil railroad transportation facili ties the utilization nr tmcniplojcd labor In 11 Iitl public w.iks Imc iiiupinui'iiii'iit of Iniiiiltrrutitiii tu the -- lit: lands ul the Ureal West, nro 111:1 tcr of national as nll :ii or loi-....

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. — 21 November 1877

THE TROY HERALD. WEDN1SJJA1l NOVEMBER 21, 1877. -aim. 12 tin. IM. IMhuok only 1130. cost m. Circular Free. WaulcY F. lloatty, Washington. N. ). ri I 1 IVIO ami Kcvnlvcrs. Illustrated j ) IND price list iree. (treat Western ' ynynh." --' X--WK 3 new vocal & 3 new Instrumental pieces Sheet Mu.le, 10c, ullvtr or Mp. Munlc Tub. Co., Mlimlcboro, Mas. 50s Wnw t.AIUIB MIXED CAHD8 with name. . l!l. IS W ItllOUt I'AHP. DO. I. .... ..... in (liillll. HI... K. WASHKUKS ft CO., Mlddlchoro. Muss. S5 TO $1 5 SnimrVwEf lump. Thk Nauoxai. Monthly, Lock ilMm MCt-l-M III TliTTO lltVKRVRHir 8 tC Hi ll".- "I" -.. -. order, ion miliars n nay s CRONUOHfrCO., PhllnrtelSBls, Pa., or Milwaukee, WUconiilw. t3B.O0 TO IOB.OO PWiwunwi. RMPLOTMENT ! In every community far Men WrMiien of Intel Kiiru mill energy. "'""." A MAN OF A THOUSAND J. t Ill-mil nn iiipi.i ij umplioii. a remedies Imvlntr fulled, an I J)r. Il..iamr .m i h-ii.ii. . iioninllv made it preparation of Indian '.V'"'"?..!... ..i i u '....iv ..1...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 November 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNE&DAV, ttOVEMBEK 21, 187T. A Lve ! Agriculture. A gontlcman of flue culturo and considerable note, a few years ago, ayi I ho Dlrlgo Rural, when lentur lug before (lie Massachusetts Agrloul turat ociety, said with emphasis: Parents ihould Instil Into tnclr torn u love of agriculture" llu declared lie would' prefer a collage In the con, try, with llvo acre of ground, to the moit splendid palaco Hint could lie erected In tho city, if he mini depend mi the iiicceti of merchandise to sup iort it. lie thou went on to say that, having been fur toino fifteen yean in the custom house. in Huston, ho wui surprised to find, at the clcto of his term, nu entirely new set of men do ing li ni liens there. '1'hls induced lilin to look Into the eubjoot and ho ascertained, after much careful ro search, Hint ninety-seven out of every liuudred, who oMniued their liveli hood by buying end selling, failed or tiled Insolvent. He I hero submitted bis calculations to an old merchant,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 November 1877

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1877. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21, 1877. RATES OP AOVCMTItlNO. ) square 1 Insertiun ft M bach jottitlomtl Innertlim ft Administrator' Nntlvi'M - 3 00 Kind settlement Notloe 00 tray Notices (hIiikIo stray) 3 00 r aili additional stray In same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to regular tilvcrtlsm. Advertisement will take the regular run r f the paper. Extra charges made for pro-k-ned places. No cortldcate of publication will be made until such publication has been paid for. J lie non-obniTvaucc of Uila rule lias been th occasion of much trouble and actual lean. Our terms arc: Cash in advuuee, on sub- ciptloim; caul) ou delivery, for job work nd mull on domuud. for advertisements. I'Rom flHAIflUOF'MBCKM. I noileu n Item in litst week' Her aid copied from the tit. Chsrlo Jfi:w, about the brltlgo workmen vrlili the 'unpronounceable names." The contractors for (he atono work are Dominic Balmclll and Francis But- mil, mill tliou a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 November 1877

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., NOVEMBER 28, 1877. VOL. 12. NO 48 TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BY FlHIllCrt fe CO., AT Ml.fSO a Year lsa Advo . LOCAL AN OOUNTY NIWI. Kctra. Good DrlVfM uti Fishnets, Je iib Hiid Casalm-res t U. M. Hamilton's. Tho gueste were invited, hut the Dirty didn't eniiieoB. The largest stork of Hat end Cp In tho comity. It- a-olar P,.,ftr." ,55, 10 3. WnolilMiLK BS HAND. Mr. C. M. Hamilton returned Irom St. Louis last Friday with lot of new goods. Weglvo this week the proceeding of the district islr meeting held at Bowling Green on (he 171 li lnt. Rev. Mr Wilson of Minnesota preasl.ed at the Presbyterian church last Sunday anil Monday night. Boots and Shoe at lowest prices aver known on earth at C. M. Hamilton's. "Uncle." John Hudson, of Mine veh township, lot ust returned from vi.lt to hU daughter in Miller county. w.w.iinik . It mill will sell you Singer Sewing Machine, with all the attachments, lor IU5. The ili ii;lntiM ol i his county have taken a ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 November 1877

THE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 18??. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 1877. VII u liATUnr T0WNMMIP BOND BKCIRIMI. A llllle over a year ago the United Bute supreme court gave us the Dates county to wnthlp bund decision, and now It glvo ut the Cm county township loud decision the ono dl recti)' contrary to tho other, though both turn on tho same point, end, como from the same august trlbunsl. Tho for mo r virtually swept all tho township bonds Issued In this state in aid ol railroads out of legal exist dice; thu latter reinstates Ihotn nud makes thrtii as valid as any other j bonds. This rovcrsul by the highest court in the laud or its own solemn judgment is so extraordinary that it will not bo Improper to restate cluarly the points involved. Tho Into constitution of Missouri lias tho following provision limiting tho authority to issuo bonds in nid ol railroad : "Aimcr.K XI. Sue. U. Tho gen oral aMcinl)v shall mil authorize any inuiity, city or town to become it stockholder ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 November 1877

THE ntOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEAqjEll 28, 187?; Traasa Kara. We copy from Josh Hilling's new book, "Trump Karils," a few of the philosopher's remarks, and commend them to our render! : I have never known a aeckond wife but what tvaz boss ov the situashuu. Whltkoe la a hard thing to con vlnce, therefore I never argy with a drunken man. Malda marry to change their comlt kIiiiu, widows marry to Improve It, After a man glti to bo 38 year old bo kaut form any uu hablta mutch, i he best ho kin do Iz to ateer Uiz old OMPI. I lu v a rooilcr for two things. One I, the crow Hint Iz in klm, and tlio oilier iz I ho spurs that areonhlm, to bak up the crow with. Euny man who kau swop horses, kulcli tlih, and not lie about it, iz J ut about ax pious oz mou ever ot to bo In thla world. The sassvest mini i ever mot iz a hen per.kt husband, when ho Iz away Ironi homo. An enthusiast li an Individual who bclcaves nbout 4 t linos at mut cli as lio kau prove, and who knn prove ii bout 4 times as mutch u...

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. — 28 November 1877

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 18??, ittOY JIUtALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 1877. (IcMif ral tirMiitcmi have (he German mission II he WHtiU It. Tho prospects lor Hih passage of I he Texas mud i'sclflu bill this wilder are aid to be good. Mclesllc, Inner and Colu of Mil ourl oleil against tho repeal of the -resumption act. We are under obligations to Judge lluckuer for a copy ol the coagrcs tloual directory. C.lu. C. Allen ha been confirmed aa United 8 1 a ten marshal or the West urn Unhid ol Missouri. Mr. I'ago ol California hat Intro diiceUti bill in congress to prohibit Cbluuae immigration. - - Thv resumption repeal bill passed the ImiUrb la-t Friday. Tito vole stood i. yeas 133, nay 120. The-cuiumltieo on military afialrs It investigating tlm recent iraiisac tjoiik on tliu Mexican border. Ttoua is Utile ol interest Ironi the foreign war, except Hie renewal ol intervention talk In England. At oiiioy J.J. Mt-Urideof St. Louis was him to jail I he oilier day b Judge Cady for co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 November 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1877. "'TU neither wealth, nor rank nor state, Bnt 'Git np andjGit' that makei men great" REMEMBER THAT THERE IS No Royal Road to Wealth, But If you would attain the. end you with, you, must, above til thing! elie, make your purchaaoa it the Great DRY GOODS ARCADE or BOONE & HEMPHILL! Clarksville, Mo f Tho Great Distributors ofDRY-GOODS, Clothing-, Boots, (Shoes, Etc. Read the Following as a Sample of the Bargains Offered : Wonucrful Dnrgalna ! Stupendous Aanrtinatn Slaughtered Without Consideration Of Value or CoM! Why will You Linger? Watch Your Chance! It Cannot Lt Alwav! Flri Choice l tho Ileal ! fie 7t)00 ynrd Best 4-4 Heavy Domestic.... 7 Jc :tO(MI yiirl4iiol 4-4 " ....7c. Wwti yard Fine brown ditton fir IU.IKNI juriN ISc-t Calico Itiiiilt! nt fie 4'Jil yurtl .laekxnutllle Humid- ut 40c fl0 miiI nllv(icil 1'laniifl Iftto'JAc twin yunb Itext all-wool .lean nt U.V ,Vli yard 'union l-'lauiicl ut 7c Itrex Hood ul I'rntii lOto'JTjc Itlac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 November 1877

HE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, KOVEMBER 28, 1877. rv AvvmritiMiiiTt. VLA I I I l(,oll Startling t See! or Kuiit,12 tgpiM. rinn mtly$l30. cost im. circular Fr.!. I.mlel K. Neatly, Washington, S. J. i . NIC imil Hevoli ers . Illustrated I 1 10 nrtca list tree. Oreat Western Uiiji Worfc';. ntlrinirtf IM. 3 new vocal ' 2 now instrumental pleceA Sheet Mule. toe. llvr or stp. Music Full. Co., Mlddtcbmo, Mass. IjAUOK MtXM OAUOS with name, n case. I in. Ifi without casc.Oe. W F. . ..... ......J., in.. Iftiitflt. Ifl... K. w Hrtv iiiu uiiu . num.. ivi - WASIIHUItS & CO., MliMMioro. Ma. !0 1 V J 1 0 Olliril t'RKK.Meil mmp. Tiik Naiioxai. Monthly, Lock l!o., i;4, Washington, H. C. m nnoTii outvitto -winder watch free wltn tlist ..r.li.p. Ton IlnUnr it itnv lfliarantced. Rl ritOM.KC.il Ac CO., Phllnilrlithla, fait or Mlltvnukcit, wwc-snsln 3B.obTOlb5.00 PER MONTH. IEJIPIaOYIVIENT t tu every community for Men or Women of Intelligence nml energy. Hiii-liu;-- 1Vfr.h.!' ny, .t respectable. Send lor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 November 1877

D THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1877. now rrom the Raw Yrk fan. Tim Went mil tits Bnttlli nro having touched of tho earlhuusko inn lllri, wni nm mo ri iiiuuipnniii mill Ihe present veartml ninnlh will liecoine memorable for the number of curlh lmck that havo occurred throughout tho Unlletl Slntct. The Rov. Dr. John Hall mlmon- lulled hi rich parishioner yelerdy TOTTS P2LLS a dlitlngulthed physician of Xcw York yis 'It I artonitlilnit how iinlvowilly Dr. Tutt'i l'itlt nre used. In my chil'y rniui'k I hear of them not only iitii'ini; the i mr. but their virtue nrc licni.ilcil I'roni 1 1 1 . iiiun ion of the wealthy ami rcllncd, Know to bo honoM. In biuliieM, lo nvolil loll' lug tho Inventor from hi- hm-: inii:ic.ti.i:i mm PILLS f.BS SICK I MAD ACHE. rums pills CUBE PYBPBMIA. TUTPS PILLS CUBZ CONBTIPATIOK TUTT'S PILLS cunsriLss. TUTT'S PILLS CURB FEVER AND AOUtt. TUTT'S PILLS CURE BILIOUS COLIC. TUTT'S PILLS OURS XHtt'EY COM PLAINT. TUTT'S PILLS cuss Tonrm uvsn. i ii.- -.. ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 November 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1877. TROY JHEKALD. WKDNE8D A Y, NOV. 98, 1877. RATIS OP ADVIITTWraO. I sanare t Iniertlea, ft M Itacb i.titlonal Insertloa TR Atimlnlrtrstors' KoUoas 2S Ftnal Settlement Malices w rtray JloUecs (slaffle stray) ' JJ ) ai sdiliitousl stray tB Mmo notlee . . 1 00 Mberat deductions will b aude to regular tdvertlswrs. Advertlseaeeats wUI take the regular run f (he paper Extra ektrget aaads for pre- toned olsres. No wrtlflcate of puMleatloa will be nude .imtil much nubllcatloa dm been paid for fne non-observance of this rule bet been lit oceasloa of mncb trouble end actual lass. Our temu tret Ossli In advance, on tub- etpttoat; ciih on delivery, for job work nd cn on demand, for aavertisemems. V.i ATKINS. Breeder ot thorough bred Poland China. Chester White and WulJolk Hogs, LuuMaua, Mo. 4&in3 TIMWABTiTrVlNWABKM Being overstocked in tlnwitre we proposo ir uioneai si'y '' ull whet wr lmo at 26 percent, be- JA Ihm nrttMfHt Vf.iluCeil tll'lCCI. A...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 December 1877

THE TROY HERALD. VOV 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 5, 1877. NO 40 TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BY FlSHlSlt 3c CO.i AT Hit SO n Year In Aclvunco . LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. WINTER MKABqCARIXHI fOt CLTOHINU AT C. M. HAMILTON'S. I havo Just received a New Stock nl f'liilhtiitr fur ImVS. VOIIttl and turn, at shocking Low Prlrea Braver ' veronals tuarlh ft'20 fur 416: alto a nice asvortmoiil ul Ladles' Shawls frain 35 cents In S5 Ladles' t urs, Muff ami Cane for $3 75. Full -.lr.t lied Comforts Inr 1 25. White Bed Blanket MM for $2 76 a pair, and a full and fresh stuck of Boots and Shoes. llosd Hie advertisement of Mr. Pllntier, our live boot and shoo man Woollolk & Hand will sell you I Singer Sewing Machine, with all the tiltauliiiieut, lor who. Prof. W. L. Ragtdale reports thirly-tlvn pupils at Ins school the Olive Branch. Our liens are all on a strike, and raus are 25 cents a dor.cn. This Is an eggstraordinary price, wo think! Woollolk & Hand will nnv the highest market price...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 December 1877

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY DEC ft, 1877. KPIiY TV "(IKANUKtJ.H Editor i Herald: I now solicit a liricl space in your columns to ft to rlghl your correspondent, "Granger," who, In your Issue of ihe 'Jlsl, advocated somo erroneous vie wi in ifgard lo tho present condition, llio destiny and Ilia principles of the grange order. In (ho first place, lie argues Hint, forsooth, because the granges ol Lincoln county urn bccotii- ing somewhat lukewarm in the cause therefore Hut "apathy and listless. lies" have pervaded the entire grange order of tho United States. It will not do to judge tho condition of tho grange In the whole Union by I ho prosperity of the order In Lincoln county. The principles of the grange nro such aa lo commend llioinncl von to the people of tho whulo country, irrespective of party or locality, it i prohibited by our "declaration of principles" lluil tho grange should lc partisan In politic. It is politlciil In vcrv ciisoihan a party snnso, which J undertake to prove. I tu...

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

TMJ rilOY MERALD,5 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 18??. MfNMiirai ffMn. I Harriet Hit SMier IMuntreal HerMd.j A rtoh rtl, of romuo hat been I'aris, Nov. 8. The Spaniard are atriiek at Oakland, Md. A poor lar timlerttootl to have moniorlalUtd M. Inter liven Ihore, tell-exlled, self-bu Krauts, (JommltaryGoneral of next rlod,unoug at ranger, Imply booause vear'a exhibition, lo add au cxhlbl- he married hit tUter without know ttou of beautiful women to tlm other ling It. When he waa a lad of toveii, xhllilu of Iho gathering. The Span and the a hue of three, alio wat kid- Mi Minister of Public Work tatdti to napped, and her paronta never heard lie warmly In favor of the Idea ; and of her again, although they expended Ihtondltig exhibitor are requeued by thousand lu tearchlng for her. The tlio Spanish newspaper to tend In I heart-broken mother died aoou after photographs a candtdatot lor admit- the loia of her darling, and the father Inn, without delay. An appeal la to wandered over Europe, and D...

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

THE TRPX HEBALD WEEfESDAY BEQEMBEJl ft.1877. TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEO. ft, 1877. THUO. B. FIHHKHt . atJIlAni w. r. riiussMttno, I ' The rcgalar session of coogross bo gait, last Monday. Senator Davis of Illinois hat been vol lug mostly wit 11 the Democrat! recently. Gun. Shields of thli stato has been leeturlag with great success in so ton, for Hie benefit .of tUu cbarltablo institution ol that city. There I strong feeling among the English people In favor of interven lion In the Eastern war. Cotutantl uople must not be taken by (bo Rus- hUus. The Ili!publlcatis In caucus at Wash liiglon have agreed to oppose the continuation of all Democrats who liavo been uoiiilnatHil by tho Prcsl dent. Mr. Chalteo's resolution, asking for Information conrerniug the refusal tir the Union PacltJo railroad to obey tho laws, has passed both houses of congress. The hnuso Joint eoinmlttco resolu tion, in relation to the French Inter national exhibition, was takun up in Hie senate, and agreed to on t...

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