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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 March 1878

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 13. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MARCH 6, 1878. NO 10 I.v TROY HERALD. PUBLISHED BY FISHER Sc CO., AT W.SO a Year ia Ad-raaoa . CAR! moil JUNE MUM. H Psyi His MmMhi to Uto "Ytwif Mm wfcf LOOAL AN0 COUNTY NlWt. Woolfolk Hand tro receiving new Good this week. Call and see them. Don'l forget that Rev. Mr. Burnam will preeeb a tnmperonce'scrmon at Hie Baptist church next Bunuay. You can buy nice White Corded Pique, 7-8 yard wine, tor n 1 o. ai CM. Hamilton's. Dr. E. L. Sydiior, who ha been to journlng In Texa for a year past returned last week. Hum Minck Calicoes. Bleached Cot ton. Notion, etc., received this week t .WooLmLK ft Hand's. It l eald that one night last week Mrs. Jennings, living about a mile, north of this place, dreamed that a niu named Griffith waft dead. She thought' no more about It until, dur lag the following day, teelnga wagon nan by with a coffin, when on in -qulry It was ascertained the eoffln wa lor the man the had dreamed wai dead. The school ...

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. — 6 March 1878

THE TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. MABCif 6 1878. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1878. KECN OF I. B. FOLLETT BEFORE THE ; TEXAS STATE MANSE. ' It U enpecteU t hat, lor the few mo menu I hull occupy your attention, soinolhlng will bo Mid upon Ihcques llon'ot polltioal economy, especially lhat branch of the- subjoct called finance i ill In. a monarchy, whore tho people have no volcu In cflrectlhg.publro nt Jelre, It, la very probable that' the etudy.ol tlf.riieailn economy would bo; mono prollliiblo In I ho masses. But In a republic, whore tho, sovereign power if ill wllli (ho people, It' Is Manifest l hut Ihn duly til quality ttieimelve for an Intelligent exercise f Hint power U imperative upon nil. Willi reicrenco lo pnllitr.il ccou my, in- ihu management of public affairs, in (Mi havo assumed, dillereiit positions nud fulminated dillcrcnt theories. Tho economists belonging to. arls tocrntic or miiuarclilHl'foi-ni of gov ernment have assumed that the chief ml of n nation win lo aggrandiz...

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. — 6 March 1878

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1878. ThelaMiitf Tragidy. It li Hot nur years einte the sum 'toer lourffers upon the Champa Elr meet, of Parts, were often regaled by uirpe air performance of an attrec 'Ufa cTiafacter i to which thay wara "mH to ttaten lth mora that ordl 'Wiry attention. A.bo t nnliou r before eunset, a pale, 'thin, fragHe,but bright-eyed, Intellec tual-looklng girl of twelve yeara of 'age 'titml to appear in the most irowfad part of ilia promenade, ao 'oomastited by an old woman, who 'carried a violin, a tin cup and a car met. The litllo slender figure of the child, 'her pallid, oval countenance, her night-black trenot and luminous, un fathomable eyes were aura to attract the passer-by. While the girl stood apart for a few inomenlt with aomethlug of a rapt look, thoold woman tprosd down the carpel, placed the cup at one corner, mid playod a prulunluary atr upon the violin. The air did not seem to have any particular reference to the sceno which vvhi to follow, ...

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. — 6 March 1878

ttHE fcY HERJULD. TEE8DAVt MARCH 0, 1878.- HEHADD. j, j ' ' T -1 ,r WMMHWDAYi MARCH 1877. "'ST r" i ik ' 1W Mt. tenuis Hki ku lasamd ati ferner alg nt page form. Pope Lib XIII waa crowned In the Slstlne chapel last Sunday. The treaty of peace between Tur key end Russia has been atgned. Ex-United Stafoa 8enator Bon. T. Watlo died at Jefferson, Ohio, last Saturday. . A number of communications, and several cdlfmtala prepared for thlt ,3stie, havo been crowded out. Th HTer'bluMfd'bolh houses . '-ever lite vein, which wan cnt In lait .Thursday. The vote In the home Taa 196 to 73. In the senate 49 to 19. Cot of New York said the Proai tentr message waa a qhargo of fraud by a Irtud. That lltllo gentle wan uses very tart expressions some- Aollve preparatlnna are being made for the coinage of stlvef dnllara. H it thought that by the middle of Japrll the new dollar will be turned ut at the rale of $3,6000,000 per Kionth. ' The Eastern organ of groat moral lleai abuse Don Duller without at In...

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. — 6 March 1878

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 0. 1878. from tbs one ol the elerk of the Circuit t.'eurt of Lineola countr. Missouri, tlatad February tf, 1878. nd made returnable to tke fell urmol Mid court for 1878. and to me. theeheriiroreald countr directed. In favor of John Ottotnler and against August Vtork. administrator or John Uuaeinnnn, tfoceaaed, and CLarlotte Muiemaa, I have levied upon and seited ai the property of the "lil John Huscmann, deceased, and Charlotte Uunemanu, tho following de aerlbed ml eitate, altuated In Lincoln ounty, MlMOuri, to-wllt Lota numbered i'l bty-two (82) and eighty-three (83), con talning 89.79 acrea. According to pla of aubillvitlon ol a large tract or land called I'ralrle Haute tract, made by Frederick W. JUbtand. surveyor, und on nlo In tho record er'a office ol Lincoln county. Missouri, being the aame land uonvetcd to the aald dofend nnta by Alvora Cottle and wife by deed dated the tilth day o March, 1870. and re corded In the recorder' office In aald c...

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. — 6 March 1878

"THE TROT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1878. PLANTERS HOUSE TrQy Mo. I bare taxes charge- M tlilMttti Hon Is Troy, ud propaietq keep erteta ho tel la evert re.pect. 14mv mm loaf la the huelne it 81. IxmHimkI O0lBMbla,I(lMU rl, and latter myiwir that ww experience enable ate toooall 1 claim, laeonnectlon with the hotel there U AN EXCELLENT BAR, conducted bjr M. B. ThaatpKlM, oT St. Lout, who ha been In U budneaa for twenty year and who uniwinit all about it. Boat of liquor and clean alwaya on band. J. M.YaNb.Ii, agSyrlpd 'PioaneWr. A DMINlSTltATOR'8 NOTICE. J. Letter of admlnl-tratlea sa the e- tato or John Callbinn, Uec'd, were granted to the undersigned on the Jd ilny of Feb.. 1878. by the l'robate Court of Lin coin county, Mo. .... All ponton having ctalma agalnet ald Ci tato ere reqiureu ui exiium uirn mr auu,,- anco to the administrator wkhtii one year aner the (Into of ald letter, or they way be precluded from any tjcnent m Mien estate, and If uch elulm be not exhibited wlililn ...

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. — 6 March 1878

THE TltOY HERALD; WEDKESDAY, MARCH C, 1878. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL K3TATH. Whereas Kdws.nl O'Hnnlnn liy bin deed ol trust dated tliu Ixili day of March, 1877. which said deed or trut in re corded In the recorder' ofllco of Lincoln county. Missouri, In record book No. Ten (10), lit page 21, did convoy to the under hlirnrd trustee the folio winy described real cstste, situate, lying. ond belngln the emu tv of Lincoln, In tho state of Missouri, to wlti The punt hull of the south wst quar ter of section No. 2U (twenty-three), town hlitp &u (itlty). range 3 went, containing 80 ucrcs, and also tho east part of tho north- went quarter 01 iicct ton no. twentv-ix (-) township 50 (Hit) ), rnngo 2 wnt, contnlnlnir d'j acres, mid containing. In nil 140 ncros, mere or less, nud being tho xunie hind con veyed In n cei tuln mortgage deed Irom mid O'Jlnnlim to the guld M. I). L. Verdler, re corded In hook X, page J7I) or the record or deeds or i aid county, which vonvcymico was m.idc In trust t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 March 1878

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1878. TROY HERALD. WKDOTC8DAY, MARCH . 1878 ATM Or ADVKRTMIMO. sauare 1 laserMee) f l ICach MkUMMt taawttM AuaUMmmrjiMiMt hmi asst laaaaat mu a etrar aetteeo fstaale stray) t.uta eddlttoaal Mm ! MUM BOUOS. . ' i liberal dtditetioas win b mads to rwrultr advertlMn. AdvarilssaasnU will take Um regalar ran of the paper. Kite chums made for pra ter, ad sriaoaa. Me eertkloate of publication will bo suds Mta .musk publleetioa nu neea pata nr. Hie aaa-ebssrrsacs of thU ralo has been I he ooessJoa of mob trouble and actual less. Our tome ore: Cash la advaaoe. un sub- dptloas; cmU oa delivery, for job work ad cash oa deBsaad. for advertisements. Ladies 2-buHnn Kid Gloves etll II at WOOLKOLK UANB B. Silver-plated aieel knives for W.W oar set, ur w pur uu.. . Wllbrow's, Troy, Mo. New atock ot Ladles' Kid and Goat Bbuea received Mile week at WoOLFOLK k li AMD'S. Another reduction In prleei ol Cooking Stoves, to ault Ibe times, for eatb, atB. 8. Crewe A Co's....

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. — 13 March 1878

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 13. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MOM MARCH 13, 1878. NO 11 TROY HERALD. rUBLUHXD BY FISHER & CO., AT Mil. SO ft Your im Advanoo LOOAL AND OOUNTY NffWi. AN UNFORTUNATE IHOOTINO AFFAIR. Sevtril Shot feotaees, M On el (hi ru tin to tin Afttlr WetMeee: In tne arm. We are eorry to have to record an unfortunate difficulty between Mr. Howard 8. Parker, an attorney ol tbla place, and Mr. ft. II. Norton, of the law Ann of Morton, Martin & Dryden, which transpired on ur streets laat Thursday alternoon. The difficulty, wo understand, grow out of tome remark which each had made of the other. Parker wat re turning Irom the hotel to hla office, and Norton wo coming up the street. They met In front of the Herald of Ate, when Norton made aome allu alou to tho report afloat, at the same tnno itrlking I'urkur In tho face Parker, daxud by tho lick, staggered back toward tho street, when, It la aid by a number ol eye-wltuosses Horton drew hl putol. Kccoveilng lilmiclf, Parker tel...

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. — 13 March 1878

THE TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1878. TROY J1EKALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH ,181878. Going into Partnership. Mm. Nottingham, being tumble to jret the means from Ler husband to aupply hor iiccetilllet, at last In formed him that she should resume hor profession of leeching, -so as to be at independent as she wee beforo alio vtm married. 'You're not In earnest, my dear?1 (bid Mr. Nottingham. 01 course I'm in earneat. Why not? Do you suppose 1 Intend to go this way, begging adil praying for .every farthing 1 apend? I've been Independent ouce, and 1 van bo ao again." No ; but look here !" Mr. Not tingham tiod risen, and was pacing up and down rather uneasily. "My wife can't goto teaching! What la H Hint you want ?" "What 1 can uarnl" proudly re torted Mrs. Nottingham. "But put It Into words." "Well, then, louk here," said Mr. Nottingham, "I hnvo always done my own work und sowing. Considered a o cook, I demand throo pound . fin ntli ; ns a seamstress, ono pound; s your wile, and the lawl...

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. — 13 March 1878

THE TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13, 1878 NO0N km MORNINC. There are f kin for all our lasses, TUvro are balms for all our pain j llutwhen jou:h, thedreara, depart!, It take something Irom our htarta, And It never comet again ! We are stronger aad are belter Under Manhood' iterner reign ; milt we feet that ethethlng tweet Followed youth with flying feet, And will never come again ! tfemethlng beautiful I vanished, And we algb for It In vain, We behold It every where On the earth and In the air But it never come attain i Blcbard Henrr Stoddard. Ian tirtler 'on Fliuwet. Mr. Butler clueed a follows : Therefore, Mr. Speaker, I am ready to y with the preacher (Hoc, v. 10), "lie that loveih silver ahall not be atUUel with allver." We went the greenback for our currency, and mean to have It ; but 1 do not dealro that the greenback currency ahould be made to eerve the country aa it hat done vilified, Insulted, depreciated liy the not of the goveanmotit Itieir. The American aytlen ol finan...

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. — 13 March 1878

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY' MARCH 13, 1878. TROY HERALD. 'WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. 1877. TltRH. . FIMIURt I W. T. TMOItnUftB, 4 Eflitera. Anderson lias not been pardoned. Hard money lesguet are being formed. The war spirit still prevails iu Eng land. England demand u rovlslon of Ihe recent peace treaty. Gold closed In New York last Sat urday at 101. Tim finny lurtillcaitoii bill lias passed the house. II In said thai Hit Um Indians are acting in a defiant mnniier: Temperance meeting continue in 61. Louis, Hi the rink, will nitcces. Thu suW.oiuu.it too nl ways and moans b:is agreed tip in a savings loan bill. Mardl (Un wuit celebrated In grand siyle in Kew Oilcans and Memphis. The Louse tins passed the sen Mo. bill granting pension in surviving aoldters ol I hit war tit 1812 Surrcnde i'n cum nun' In Cuba, and period harmony, H is said, exist between Spaniard ami Cubans. The Spanish authorities of Cuba Jiavo Issued proclamations omuticltit tl.ig slaves engaged iu t lie liiwin-reo-tion. Th...

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. — 13 March 1878

THE TKOY HERALD. 'WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13. 1878. HEHITF'S SALE Ily vtrtitn nti1 authority of Hf cll execution liii-d from the otoce nt tno clerk or the Circuit Court ir Lincoln county, MImouH. dated February 'ti, ami matin returnable to the Ml term ol Maid court for lift?, and to Mm. tlii! nlifHir of mild county directed. In favor of John Ottotnlcr mid nntnst Atiiriit Stork, admliilntrut'ir of .lolin lluviicinn, ilrcpiKeii. and Clarlotte Hiinrniau, 1 Ur levied upon and idled an tint property of the miltf John, lluneniunn, dmenM-d, and Oiarlotto lluttinuiin, the following dc tx.'rllied real estate, nltuatcd III Lincoln iiounty, Mhuourl, to-wil: Lnt numbered oltthty-twci (82) and I'tnlity-tlirco (tM), eon talnmg 811.70 iuTt-n. according to a lui of uliillviKlon ol a lurt(t tract ol' land called 1'ralrlc tlauta tract, made by Frederick W. itoliland. HUrvcyor, tuition hlo In lliu record er's ottlce ol Lincoln county, Mbmotiri. bolus the. mime laud coiivim id to the mild defend nut by Alvora...

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. — 13 March 1878

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1878. PLANTERS HOUSE Troy, Mo. , 1 have taken chanre of UierisnleealtOUM io Troy, and propose to kep flrst-eUei lie tl Is ever respect. I have Iteentoaf la tfce business at8t. Louis and Columbia, Missou ri, and flatter myself that ur experience enaniea as to ao an i ciaim, IB oobbcciiob with the hotel thoraU AN EXCELLENT BAR, conducted bv M. n. Thomnklna. of St. Jotils, who bail been In H business for twenty year iind who unuenmnds all about tt. Beit o( liquor and cigars always oa nana, an. agttyrlpd Pioprulor. A UMIKLSTUATOIt'8 NOTICE. .Y. Letter of dmlnlKtratlnn on the es- . - I Ill . .... . I ...... I IVnn IU10 Ul .VOlin .llisll, uvvui nviu granted to the undersigned on the 2d day of Feb.. 1878, by tiie Probate Court of Lin coln county, wo. .... All pernoiix having claims against ald es tate aro requited to exhibit them Tor allow ance to Hip administrator within one year after the ditto of iialil letter, or they may be lire eluded rrom any be...

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. — 13 March 1878

THE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1878. TUUSTEIS'8 BALE.Wharaaa Isaac Logan by his deed (if trut dated UioOthday of August, 1875, and recorded in the recorder's oBco of Lincoln cousty, Missouri, ln book No. 6, it page 417, did convey to Benlsmln M. Vance, trustee, the following described real estate situated in the county of Lincoln und state of Missouri, 'to-wit: All the west half or the InllnwinK tract ol land, to he divided by hcKlimlmtut n point on the southern line of the same und running thence north Sldug. went to the northern line of the name, mi as to divide thn Mine III two equal porta, the Whole tract beliiR houndrd as follow! bcgli nintc at u buckeye 10 inched in diameter, it belnjc the -northeast corner of a lot of land deeded to Daniel 11. W'hlteiitdc ; thence south oOdcjf. west, two chains and 70 link", to u stake; t honeu south iiWf(. east, 'ii chains to u stake; thence north (aides, east, 83 ehalus and M llnkH to u stone, irom which a white oak 10 inches In ill...

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. — 13 March 1878

THE TBOY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1878. TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, .MARCH 18,1878. RATI! OP A0VRRTIIIRCL aauara 1 UmtHM 11 M fcach additional laaertia.. 75 AjiutolitraUmr' Notices..., SM KlnaJ ettleraent Notices S 00 Mlrav Notlcua falnclo alravt . . . 4 00 r acta additional stray In anaie nolle. . - 00 Liberal deductlofia wltl b asads to raroltf idverUsars. Advertisements will take the regu1r run of Die paper. Extra charfee aseda for pro Xned placet. Ho certtftcUe of pubUeaiton will be nude luttl inch publication haa been paid for. Itie non-observance of thla rote ha been the oocaalon of mnch trouble and actual lass, Our term are: Cash In advance, on sub- Hptlom; cash on delivery, for job work ml rata on demand, for advertisement. Ladies 2-hnilnn Kid Glove W eeutt at Woolpolk hand s. mii i lauuin ircni Burprlie party at tuo hotel Tueiday eve. Mill Maggie Elder li flailing ber Hater it Montgomery City. Dr. Smiley left for Curry ville, Pike county, Monday morning, ei peeling to Inea...

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. — 20 March 1878

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 13. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MARCH 20, 1878. NO 12 TROY HERALD. rUBMSKBD BY FlfSHJER Ac CO., AT sjtl.SO a Year la Advanon tOOAL ANB COUNTY MtWi. Mr. J. A. Wlthrew left for Clnoln- nati last Monday, AMTMER CAM PMff JtrMt Bat. An Itemised etatementof theeoualy MURPHY Editor Hermld: I think I made I receipt and expenditure will ipMir I The two last meat lags of the Mar- a shfftoloBt reply In year latt wtak'a in nut waek'a paper, and If any tan hy organisation of tbla pUca, on. Ike i paper to the opan lettar to the County I payer, bowerar humble, should at otb and 13th, war very Interesting Court. To ih three-column lattar I nay Una want to know mora of our ones. At the 'former everat, ad NOTICE EXTRaORDINARY. Owing to th general deprteaion In buslrtee and tie disunity w have eiperleneed In making collection of tbla week, I certainly deentltnn. record, or any oiplanattoa net found dreiaea were delivered, a ehorna waa !"7h""":" , J" " "5 ,',e"0" nsc.ss.ry to reply...

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. — 20 March 1878

TROY "HERALD; WKDOT8PAY, MARCH 90, 1878 ft A "SBSBJBJSBVm taeriaeal Wear Kli lat, 1971. i i ' l ((' H Totsl.rteeelpts , Total'expeudltwfe I 'A ,0 MM II ID.VOS 01 .ai.7;e, Balance en band Feb'y 1, IS?3 ( ATMdLellaa 93 00 Root Campbell $46 W J, Jf WIISOU a uyer M,i 160 ISO Mat 3T4' !iJ60 34 08, 0343 Wm Morattr I B Tbonisi tt Itahmeyer Jw Simpson ,1 TbouRH.OU .TatfMllall WU Whiteaide..0 35 ,la II Morris SOUS ITMosely 1W Muncan Kills 08 01 lame. Wells 19 17 T M Htcpht-ns 5 75 WCWolnbles St 41 Y W Ilarbaum 4 00 TK Nichols 2804 V M. Coimoll I 0 IlKtsneed A Y Brown O I AHo way 24 Duiiard It J Williams VMBIrkhead Joseph Sheet ItufuaUlbiou Jm Jeffrie P O allium Win llenton CIiuii PuWetl Perry Nclsou W N Uuff . tt Alexander MrsM Smith David Clark W J Dryden Job Tuylor W 8 Killam W A Ulley WW Oliuou Wm Utrru KMLIgpn Joint 8 Uyer II H Morris T 11 Hamnsnd Joseph Hipp 110 l.otu; r Jaa U Voutifr Wllliuiii Arbor Wm Marlfu Cliaa II Blanks I) U Cannon John M Kill 1) U Smiley James Murphy lonn nejuom ...

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. — 20 March 1878

THE TROY. HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1878. FIN ANCIAL MUTIIMliT LOUIIVILLt LftpUTItLB, MWeJs. Ilj7l7 A moating wh held to-day of'tht clllteue o,LoBiijlltd vicinity (or the.iinrfOM )f bttljllAf Uol popular exptHion m lowUit tfioaMl be ione by congress to AtWo oil1 taarirVy frfm.lt present JiteneUI a mba.rre.ss iush(, end also MpnrVthe Vesillia (lou of ellver. The' proeliieut, Mr. James .Williams, slated the purpose ol the meeting arid introduced Cspt. 0. M. D. Thurmond as speaker for the occasion. At the' conclusion 'of Ills address, tie following resolution was unanimouslyadopted s ' Resolved.Tbtt it Js tlie'seitto of ihls meeting llitt our represenlatlfes In cougross should use every "effort to secure the passage of the following measures: 1st. The .remonetltatlon of silver. 2nd. The repeal of the re sumption aot. 8rd.' The withdrawal of the national bank notes and issuing of sufficient greenback. to answor all the demands of business, the same to be made receivable for Import .d...

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. — 20 March 1878

THE TK6Y HEBALD. WEDNE8I)AY. MAS OH 120, 1878. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 90, 1877. jlr.Uayat' clTll-MfTlo rsforaa ita ' A' Republican governor hM been 'cleoud liiMa Uanpsfclra by rn duetrt Majority. Thi Gaaratidiae Sulun hafe ex changed, congratulations. Very much like liypnerlsy. flan. John JEdwsrdt Leonard, con- gressman iron Louisiana, died at Havana ow tKe Ulh. Thenewe come Iroin WMbtnglon Usmday that Anderson would be pardoned yesterday by Gorenor Nlchollt. Senator Cockrell hM Introduced a bill lor 1 1 rtlnibursmentof Mlstoun lur money pW the militia for aer vlocs during the rebellion. the ttepvblican thiuka the practice of printing unspoken speeches In the Congresalonal Record la getting to he an Intolerable uuiiance. Notwithstanding the silver bill, gold Ima been declining aud govern inetit bunde advancing. Food for thought to the pmpheia of evil. Col. Polk, doorkeeper of the houie of representatives, has been too loose and car. less In ills appointments. Tho Invest Igati...

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