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

HERALD. THE TROY VOL. 12. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO. DECEMBER 26, 1877. NO u2 t ?: TROY HERALD. PtmtlMIKD BY df9HlSXr & CO., AT M1.BO n Yocir In Advance LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. A merry Christmas And Happy New Year To all the Herald's readen. W Issue our paper en Monday this week. Won't ttite warm weather spoil the egg-nog ? Party at the Laclede hotel tola (Monday) evening. Mlia Oracle Rogers li spending tho holidays with friends in our town. "A little rote la summer tlmo Js beautiful to see," Jlut a llttlo noz on Christmas morn lias the bent perfume for mc. Mr. O. II. Avery, who Is teaching school at Auburn, is homo for the holidays. $mti Christmas tree at the Christian church and supper at the I'roibyte tlan to-night. Mr. J. M. Ellis, who Is teaching school on the Bluff, Is home enjoying Christinas with his family. In It anybody's business If it gvutlcman should choose. When Christmas cornea but oucc a year, To "get It up his nosey" Dr. McKay of Auburn, with vis go bright with ha...

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 December 1877

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. S6, 1877. POU.nSi MY TWO MTTIifci AJIIiBI' ri:iiiiiii' ami Dora Iteutl Oooilnle, tho two i -lei's, sonic r whose poems arc here given, ui. clillilreii orthlrtecn aiiiltonyotwofiuo. Tiieli-h. m. wliciu Uwir Inlttucy ami chldl. i i ii.ni. Iniii nn.si-il. In nil illume iiluliso- luted farm, lying upon tlia broad slopes of tin lii-HlllllUI lierKsmre inns ui unw u .M:isulmutti!,iuiil lalrcqueully called "Sky 1 inn. Iluiu In a simple country life, divided be- l. unit ll:tlUI0. tlll-V lluirilll. 111! inn-t iik soon ui tlicy bejtun to talk, lo ex. lu i-.t In ver-u what tlicy saw unit lull, rhyme IiimI llivlhin seeming I J mme uy lUMiiiei. I.hlnir lurvi'lv out-ui-doors, vigorous nud i... . it iTi nt in imilv ui lii mliiil. tlit'y draw i.i. .inn mid Instruction Hum all about tun. of their chief dcllghtt In to wander ii . ! the lovely hills anil meadows adjoin. HIS SkV I'lllill. 1'1'VPIIIK UIOTV UVII'I ni-rc wild ttowor luic to hide, hunting the ...ill- ml.tith-. t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 December 1877

THE rilOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 187?, ttnn vivtvk unrrv stocking. Uno Ittttlo empty stocking, tailor the prettr pair "Yc Iiiiiik by the chimney-corner Willi h-nucrest lovo un i carp. The your lias brought un sorrow, Hltim-st tear nnd puln . Ami wo have no smiles of greeting When ClirUttua, come agulu. One tittle empty stocking 'P inltirt lit, nr nil mil- Invs. The hoiitlniror Imppy voice At ttmlliiK thu pretty toy! uui now wp nuvo lost our uuuiug , The Uciir little feet lire Mtill ; Ami there'll only an empty stocking Tliut Santa Claua cannot 111! ! Soin little empty stocKlags Tune's time uiiongli now to till ....- . .. ... ....... ... v ill mail) u Hiving ivurn. Prowl down with a right; good will, for sciusii it in, imu siniw, 'l litii over my loss to repine, WlMiU I know there are other darllngi Xvl u wire, uor u rich, as mluu. And ever what (I ml littf taken Some recoinpcnxe surely brings ; For out of the gloomy shadows We're lilted on uncvln' wlnus. When wo op'n our he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 December 1877

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 187T. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20. 1877 I lli:o. U. FlftHKR, I ..dlte- The tiilHUtitlemlaiKllnie between Hi rdon Btiil Cunkllng lint been ad lusted wi'llioiil tlio liilei'Venlluii of pistols end collce. It is thought tliut the bill permit ling women lawyer to practico In the United States supreme court will nti the lioune and become a law. Tlio Loudon Timet thinks that tho ictnonctizatloii of silver will not litirt the bondholders much. It doesn't full In wltb the cry of repu diation. Mr. J. T. Farley, Democrat, has 1'cen elected United States senator by the California legislature, to succeed Senator Sargent, bad lladlcal, whose let hi expires March 3, 1879. It Is expected Hint Hie house com mittee on Pacl6c rallroada will re port soon after . congress reassem bles, and It will adopt tho essential kaliitetof the Texat Pacific project. I'iihop Ityan delivered au interest iutl lecturo on "What Catholics do not Believe," last Saturday night,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 December 1877

THE TliOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY; DECEMBER 26, 1877. MierBtan nrrmp." No other medicine m Ilia world nun ever given audi a loit of He cur utive qualltlea as Boichce'a German Syrup. In threo yenra two million lour hundred thousand' tmHll bottle t this medicine were distributed ft tt of charge by Druf-gUta In this country to ttioie aflllcted with Con miiiiDtlon, Amlima, Croup, severe Coughs, Pneumonia mid other dig flatm of ttio Throat and Luuirs. alv lug the Aiuoricati peoile undeniable urnof Unit German Svrun will cure ilictn. Tho result has been that DruittfUls In every town and village In tho United States aro recommend Ing it to their customers. Go to your DriurclHt. and ask what they know iibout It. Sum ule Dottles 10 cents Uegular size 75 cotits. Three doses will rolicvn any caso. For sale by Woollolk & Co,, Troy, Mo. Pai.ataiilr. Powerful, Anti I'KKIODtC AND ToNlC. All tllO IIBC eiaarle. or a gruat nnnular remedy tiro combined hi Cllttord'f) Fehrlliign. As a tonic. In debilitat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 December 1877

THE TltOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY.1 i)EClBER 2d. 1877. DINGMAN U CO,, SHIRT MANUFACTURERS asp MEN'S FURNISHERS, Ollvo Stirut. ST. LOUIS, MO COLLAR AI' CUFFM Mittnared i:ninl o New. 30 CcMi Per Dokch Piece. T. J.FORGEY&SONS, STA.ll liU.UlUiMlUll niisiivuiiu i wj Kor the kale of ALL KINDS of LIVE STOCK, Union Stock Yards), 8T. LOUIS. MO Ltbctnl Advances mado on Consign muiiis. Will oH t oilier ynrrts. HOUSTON & CO., EXCLUSIVE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 304 N. Commercial St., tS T, LOUIS. 10. K. n. new. Anrii iunmikaii. HULL & BANKHEAD, Live Stock State Agents PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, AND Commission Merchants, ion thi: hai.ho' CATTLE, HOGSandSHEEP. oKKIt'hS: UNION STOCK YAltDS, ST. I.OMS. National Mock Yards. Kui fct. Lottl. Ail communications should In; addressed t I'nluii Sim-I: Yard-. Stock Midi lit nil the Yard-. Liberal advuliccmeuts made on st;iimois'.s. sep-JO-.U LACLEDE LIVERY STABLES. Trov, MiNMOiiL'i. W. WALLACE BIRKHEAD The Ohl lielliible. ha intr litiil In" vehicle tlicym...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 December 1877

THE HOYx HEJIAIJ), ,TrVEpNESlXA.r, DECEMBER 26, 18774 4- SETTLEMENT.-All .reilithni uml nthar intorettr d In the .tttoMulhv Ann William. UecM, are no titled that the undersigned iidmlnlstraUr of uid esttte Intends to make a llnnl settle mentor mild cutnto at tlio next term or tlio I'rnlmte Court or Lincoln county. Miss to lie liotdcn ut Troy In id county, o 2d Monday In January, 1878. This 38th day or .Nov.. 187. .1. O. SI1KLTON. Adui'r. ADMIMSTKATItlX NOTICE. Lcjttcri.ortdtulnuiratlon wltli vyUI un , no . i;d, oiU)ln estate of"Jos.C Hunter, dsVo), were gnintdto tlie undersigned on tho itfth May "ol Uctnifcr. 1S77, ! the Probate Court of Lincoln County. Missouri. All person having claim against miI'I cu tnto arc. required to exhibit them for allow ance to I lie administrator within otm your idler the date of miM letter., or they may be precluded fronikitny benefit of suc.li estate hd It mill ela(m lie not xliliiUM within two Jrv.irs fropi the dnto orald letter. Jey will be forever l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 December 1877

THE TROT HERALD. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 26. 187. Ths) Gxad)st Display of Chritxn Frt)nte aror en in Troy, new en Exhibition AT J. A. WITHROW'S JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT! A Dazzling Array of Watches, Silverware, Necklaces, Opera and Guard Chains, Bracelets, Brooches, etc. .ILL, OFFERED AT PRICES IHAl WILL COMPARE WITH THOSE OF A JW ST. LOUIS HOUSE, tfjrn ALL GOODS WklRRMJVlED TRW TO REPRESEJMM TIOJVI READ THIS PAGE AND NOTE A FEWop THE VARIETY OF ARTICLES OFFERED BYHIM Jewelry Department. WATCHES! Ladies' Enamelled Gold Witches, Ladies' Platinaed Gold Witches, Ladies' Plain Gold Witches, FROM 2S.OO TO OO.OO EACH. Gentlemen's Gold Watches from $50 to $150. Gentlemen's Silver Swiss Watches for $12. NECKLACES ! ROMAN GOLD NECKLACES FROM $40 TO $75. GOLD-PLATE) NECKLACES FROM $2 TO $15. CHAINS AND LOCKETS ! LADIES' SOLID GOLD GUARD CHAINS FROM $35 TO $75. ROLL-PLATE OPERA AND GUARD CHAINS FROM $15 TO $25. SOLID ROMAN GOLD L OCKETS FOR LADIES AND GENTS FROM $8 TO $50. 1HISOELLANEOUSI .SOLID GOLD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 January 1878

I THE TROY HERALD. Troy Troy Herald VOL. 13. 7?290 TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 2, 1878., jn. -Oct. 1878 NO 1 TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BV FISHER Sc CO., AT HI. SO a Year In Advanpft LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. Dr. Noel will bo at hotne.untll the 10th mat. Drldgo or no bridge ? Tbat'a (bo question. Mist Lnura Walklnt was in (own daring the holidays. Mr. Forney Keeble of Clarkavlllo pent the holiday! lu our town. Old Hoi reappeared In liU glory on Mommy after an obieuratton of some ten days. The Amateur talk of ploying "Tho ItlvaU" on tlio 1Kb Inst. Tboy ro- iiearsa Tliuraday night. Tliero la a ferry boat at tho Mill wood ford. It vvat launched upside down and aunk, but waa Anally raited again. Tlieie are muddy timet, and Cut vro It slopping ovr. What do our citizens think obout that bridge prop aitloti ? Mr. O. K. Wheeler and wife of St. Louis were visiting friendt and rela tive in Troy lust week. They left Monday morning for home. Dr. Geo. II. Mudd of Millwood mado lit a plengant cal...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 January 1878

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2, 1878. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1878. REPLY TO GRANGER. Editor $ Heralds I tee from your Issl Itiuo that Granger li still of (ho opinion (lint (ho grange li on (lie de cline ; (hat It U breathing It last ex piring ganpn, and that few more such resolutions ai wore adopted by the County grange (which I have proved aro authorized by our "Dec laration of Principles") wlllcotnplole Hi dissolution. There has never been any great public enterprise niulertaken but that It haaoucnuntcr'ed seasons nf prosper iiy and adversity, alternately. The btate grange, now In session at Boonevlllo, Is represented by every county in the state, flvo hundred vis Itnrs present. All eyes aro turned to ward Boonovltle, and It becomes tho adherents of any just and good cause, fur (hoy shall have taken hold or tho plow, not (o look back, nor loiter, nor falter by the wayside, but tn press lor ward, never doubling, to the murk or tho prlaoof the high calling in their l...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 January 1878

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1878. Twice Wedded. "Mattrlne! Maurice!" She spoke the toft words twice be fore he heard her. with wlitful ejree timidly turned to hie face. "Whet la It ?" "May I have .the Utile gray ponlee and ride out on the Templeton road?" Side out ? No yet I wlsk you wouldn't teate me, Any I ' llo epoke harshly, shaking off her little hands as If Its touch were nn pleasant to him ; and Amabel Tree ley turned away, trying to repress the tears that sprang Involuutarily to tier eyes. "He does not love me!" she thought. "Oh. If I knew but some spell to bring back the old fondness." She wiit slowly out Into the bright ante room where the winter sunshine steraeaed throu' oleander ; bought and swinging trail of passlonvlno leaves (for the some of wur tale It in tho United State), and a great New foandland dog lay winking and blink ing In the golden flood. MNoro, you love me," she mur mured, throwing herself on the floor, with oiii' arm arouud her caulno la vorlt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 January 1878

THE TJtOY HEKALI), WEDNESDAY, JAKUABY 2, 1878. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 2, 1877. TIIIIO. V. tlftHUR, I Kd(ara. Tin key talks or conscripting Chris 1 aim to tight Ititstla. IJulcher McNeil l hangnti around WiisIiIukIou pliilng for an appoint lueiil. It I said Schorr. U thu only mom her or the cabinet opposed lo war with Mexico. Gen. Geo. W. McCnok died on the 23th ull., In Xew York. Ilia ro Hiatus were taken to Stcuhtiiville, Ohio. In the Unl 'fd.StntcRnenatoilalcon tfisi in Gcni'itln It Is llioiiifht the Uor don men will control the legislature, mid Unit ho will be reflected. l-'ernantlo Wood Is oppoted to the restoration of tho Incoiuo lax, no are tin1 HiiHlcrn men In Keiiorat. l'rotty good evidence that It In a good thing. Gen. Tom Hwlnjf, George II. Pun- Melon, Ileprcseutatlvo Morgitn mid Stanley 3tathows nro the prominent candidate for tho United States sen- atorshlp In Ohio. . Tho Jetties are a success. Let Capt. KhU In re his second payment of $500,000. There Is a uniform...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 January 1878

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2, 1878. PR01ATE COURT SOCKET. Cimminotfli Monday, llmnry 14, 1870. EM. John R Morris Utloer M Turkcr Cntlmrine CobU 39 Cox Itenoilli't Crump M I L Vi-rdler Richard llarrv Joint W Hurrl Robert Mcintosh John Mutli H It Hilton John II Schuster Wilson Ciia'iluglititn V A M llrowi'H Kst vh P M MmeleyN do v Susan Cupps' do SECOND DAY. .1 Wln-don Sltton Cutharlno lliimmm-k Ailm'r. KnmuMTEast AVilluct J Tucker .tnrten C Elmore (leoi-jre It Cnntrlct Kallim K Crump Itl.lmrd Wominiek Henry T Miuld .fume B llitrrl John II Mctntoh Catharine Slutli II U Clare I II Owlngs mmin Cornelius Ilunn J. Knulvonpr t Co vr t ivus' Kt lumen I) Hotelier Itohert llotvcll A J Coneiilmvcr William C Womblct Octavla Hoke Thomas It Hold J Winston Kltton llljfk'K As Kiiicg W W BIMW Peter I) Cropper II Uimdc.jr William Crutiio Koiih M Itoucrson xn TlllltD DAY Wiu I) Jamison Jamison & Trait samo same J Wlndon Sltton E U .Sltton siinw SIIIIM ItTAIlFKMierry l;lherry ,V Setiton Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 January 1878

THE rKOY HERALD, 'WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 18?8. DINGMAN If, CO., SHIRT MANUFACTURERS A!n i MEN'S FURNISHERS, Wl Oltvo Stroot, BT. LOUIS, MO COLLARS AND tttJFFW ; .dreel t Naar. 80 CMIt Per Dacen IMecaa. T. J. FORGEV & SONS, COMMISSION MERCOIHIS, Kor tbo talc or ALIi KIMMor LIVE STOCK, Union ttook Yards, ST. LOUIS, MO Liberal Advance! mndo on Conlgn inr-nia. Will noil Rt ollipr yarU. HOUSTON & CO., EXCLUSIVE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 304 N. Commercial St., & T. LOTJi. MO. it. n. hum. JUtCII 1UXMIKAP. HULL & BANKHEAD, Live Stock State Agents PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, AND Commission Merchants, FSKtNIE 8A1.EOV CATTLE, HOQS and SHEEP. ' OFfflChSt I'N'ION STOCK YAIIIW, ST. LOUIS. National stock Yards. Kust St. Louis. Ail communication Known lit- aililrrfsoil to Union Stock Yards. Stock sol.1 tit nil the Yard. Liberal udvunccjiicnt uuide niieii. tdgnmeuts. sep'iO-70 LACLEDE LIVERY STABLES. Troy, niiMMOiiri. W. WALLACE BIRKHEAD 'I hi- Olil ltellublc. haling liml his vehicle thoruu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 January 1878

THE TROY HEHAjuD. WEDftE&JJAr, JXtf tf Alt Y 2, 1878. FINAL SETTLEMENT. All creditor anil others tntere-rf d In the estate of Julia Ann William-, declare no lined thnt tlio undersigned admlnlMrater of mild estate Intcttdi to make a llnul settle ment or said estate at the next term or the Probate Court of Lincoln countv, Ml t to bo holden at Troy In Mid county, o Monday In January; 188. . Tale SMth day or o., 1877. J. D. 9IIELTOX. Adin'r. ADM IN 1ST U AT U IX' NOTICE L-ttcr of administration with will an licxed, on thn cttnte of.Jos.O Hunter, Uco'd, wero grunted to the undersigned on the 2oth day ot Oetoncr. 1877, h tho l'robato Court of Lincoln County, Missouri. All crons having claim ugalnst saM o. tate are required lo oxlitt.lt them for allow, unco to th administrator within unit vear iiner the date of mid letter, or thry may bo tirccluilod frnm iinvlu.iu.Hi .if I. .,,.... mid II Mich claim- be not exhibited within two year from tho date of Raid letters. tJicy ., ,11 iu IVIVtl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 January 1878

THE JLJLtOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1878. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1878. RATIt OP ADVBRTItlNO. I square llntertlM, It M Each a.ulitlonul InsorUon AUMluUtrutoiV Notices 8 00 Klmd Settlement Notices 8 on Mrav Notices (slnjdc stray) 3 00 tadi additional stroy in saruo notico. . 1 U0 Liberal deduction will bo made to rcmtlur sUvcrttsors. Advertisements will take tire rcmilar run cl the ppcr. Extra charges made for pra ter, oil nlac-e. N'u certificate of publication will be made uiuil such pttbllcutlon has been pulfl for. 'J lie non-observance of tbta rule has been the occasion of mttcti trouble and actual loss. Our terms arc : Cashlnadvalicc, uu sub ulptlons; cash ou delivery, for Job work nd cnh on demand, far advertisements. LOUISVILLE SPRINKLES. COMPOSITION. Wo liavo often thought It unbecom ing to complain against tho weather, and long ago resolved, In Iho spirit of genuine uhlloiuphy, lo tnko It us It comes. Wo Imply wish to Inform you that it has come; It has been vil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 January 1878

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 13. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 9, 1878. NO 2 TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BY FISHER 6c CO., AT tJl.BO a Year ia Advanon . LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWi. Bridge 1 Probate Court next week. Wanted-1,000 bushels Corn. 8. U. Woolfolk. The Ice manufacturer la at work. Who'll take tbo first atep in the brldgo movement? There waa a very pleasant party at lit' Bourland'a Monday night. The Lincoln County Medical Alio elation will meet In Troy ou the 17th and 18th of the preieut month. Mr. J. It. Glorc. ton of Walker Glore, formerly of this place, hat been DondliiK tevoral weeks here with friends. Morltz Locus of High Hill, Mont gomery county, committed suicide last Wednesday, by shooting himself through the head. The Good Templars of Pike, Lin coin and Monguniery counties pro poto to hold a Jolul convention at Middlclown on Monday and Tuesday, the Hth and 15th lust. The Couuty Court meets In Feb ruary. Our citizens Interested In the bridge question ought to put them elves in a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 January 1878

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1878. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 0, 1878. That Little Widow. Sllfl Wat just the ticatost llltlo wo man in tlio world alwaya smiling, ulwnys fresh, plump nnd deep in her forties ono of llin kind who smooth 1 holt- aprons down whllo they Inlk lo ynu. Tlinit Iho little cigar shop at llin (corner, which sho kept, nnd whoro slid rattled on about different brands of lobaeco, nnd talked of tlio weather lo her customer, nml Ilia k I n 1 1 ii no a which any tnlo of sorrow lold by vngrnul called iorlh Iioiii lior iho niiitiy 1 1 men hoc Int litllo hand wont Inlo the drawer for chano lo lo bestowed on some charitable plea Hit went to mnko up Iho host tempered, Iho most motherly mid tlio nicest little woman you would over chance lo meet. So Ihoiiuhi Dr. Ash, who lived next door, and who often wont in fur u lit tin snub, you know, hut who iuvaria My settled his wig morn rakishly bo lore popping into llin shop, lie lined o say lo hnr, "My ! you must be lon...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 January 1878

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 9. 1878. TROY HEHALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 9, 1877. Preamble and Rewlutten of the Late State Orange, at Boontvllle, Mo. It is conceded by all thai tho tltno line coiiio when tho rcpreiontatlva of the vnrloue business liitcrotts ol tho country ilinuld express I heir koii 1 1ntents and convictions tinon the llimnclal system 'of tho government. ' Thl nation was founded upon the Idea, Republican Equality. The cor nor stone tho basts of It political economy la "the greatest good to tlio greatest number." Any tncory of finance, therefor?, In conflict with theso principle, am not be adapted to tho uses of a frco pcoplo and tho promotion of rcpubll cun Institutions. It Is not domed that tho system or flnnnco under which wo have been ftnigglluK, Is essentially thittof Ureal Drilain. And while it may be ad mirably adapted to tho tnonorchial principle which seeks to concentrate nil wealth and power In the hands of the few, It is equally Inimical to the Democrati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 January 1878

THE TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 9, 1878. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 9, 1877. ' TIIKO. D. FlflHUR, 1 M t W. . 'J'llUKMttftB, Butler and Chandler have opened tho campaign against Hayes. Fifty colored emigrants tailed from New York for Liberia ou the 2d. The public leiitlmont of England U that war or dishonor it Inevitable. Governor llolllday of Virginia In tlsts on paying all of the atate debt.- Tho outstanding paper currency of the United Statca of all klndi U $368, lo4,092. Tho uncertainty of tho political tit. nation I greatly dcpreiilng buiinoss in England. Governor Klco of Massachusetts In lit mcMago to tho general assembly indorsed entirely Hayos' odiulnlstra tlon. It U mid that England la deeply chagrined at the prompt rejection of Derby's nolo by Runia, In regard to mediation. It in aald that tho Radicals are do termlned to drive liayei into the Democratic party. It may be an ex pontivo drivo to them. - . Governor Connor of Maine In lilt message denounce! the silver bi...

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