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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 July 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 187.1. Vaoatino Stkhkts. A petition lias been 'signed by tho property holders interested, pruylnff tho County Court tovacnto tho following; streets: Locust from tho wost Hue of Fourth to tho west lino of town plat; Collior street from the west lino of Fifth street ; Fifth, Sixth nnd Jilghth streets front tho west line of Cherry stroot to tho north line of town plat; and Seventh streot from tho north lino of Collcgo street to the north line of town plat. The reasons assigned by tho petitioners ai'o that tho said streets are unnecessary and useless, and the working of them Is an unreasonable burden upon tho tax-payers. Ibis movo is in the right direction. We hope that other districts of tho town will Inaugurate similar measures. We need such notion on the part of our citizens to repair the mistakes of arrangement made in the original surveys. Tho blocks should bo larger, the streets wider and more uniform. This is certainly the best lime to repair these...

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. — 2 July 1873

General MlMelUnj TUB RUWKD MILL. I ttt opon the broken wall and cut the line end Below,withln the waters of the batf-obstructed And looked aboot, In moody thought, thedwla- Where spread a lakelet's broad expanse, tad ueep, in asye 01 yoi. Behind me tamed the rained mill In downhill of Ite UnTberebsre, nod gaping tide half-opened to ine aayi Italeaky flume and useless wheel nil green with stagnant slime, Site water gargling underneath with melancholy cnime. Aphebe fearless built her neet within atoning The tollurr cheerful thing nbont the cheerteM piece i And even he appeared to feel-or twas my aom bcrmood, . , That e'en may ovsrpalnt the oharme of sol- I thought on Time's mutatloni and the changes I had even Since the landscape of life's morning to me waa fWiati ami gwB t "The very ash are changed I I cried, and drew Diner out Where once I took, with boyish pride, a thirty two ounce trout. Then here waa bntlneei, here waa atlr, the b tu lle and the whirl I litre came the Jolly yeoma...

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. — 2 July 1873

Lt Ftewert, fcr tk ,Skk. "Daisy Eyebrlftht,"tha lively corres pondent of the Country Oenittman, and the wife of a physician, writes : 14 It woultf bo lelflsh In us to cultivate flowers merely to adorn our own homes, or to jrratlfyour own lovo of the beauti ful. The dowers are generous, their fra grance Is not pent up In themselves, but It Is wafted on over the tiny current of air, and Is shared by every one who I lasses by our grounds, or enters our par ors ; and we doubt not that many wist ful eyes admire the bright colorings and desire to hold some of them In their hands as their very own. It Is a sad thing to be sick and disabled from walking out. It Is a great privation to be shut up In the house, a feeble, watting Invalid, when there Is so much brightness out of doors, so much to nil the heart and eye with Joy and happiness. We that i lie early and employ ourselves with dally cares and la bors, can hardly sympathize with those who are unablo to enjoy these privi leges, which we...

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. — 2 July 1873

rtmzLEftS' ceiuiiiif. EMlctM nm. IS, I nm composed of 16 letters My 1, 6, 7, lit verb. Mv 2, 9, 14, 8, U an adverb. My 4, ?, 12, A, 11, U an ndvorb. My 8, 6, 10. 13, it a verb. My 1. 2. 6, U proposition. Xtt Mil lfc I a a HxlllnHII My wbolo brings to uitnd many sad rcnoctiom. Wora rlml. My 1st is in September but not in November. My 2d is in April but not in May. My 3d is in October but not in December. My 4th is in May but not in Juno. Mv 5th is iu March but not in July. My 6th is in Juue but not iu April. My 7th is in April but not in June. My 8th is in January but not Feb ruary. My 9th is in April but not in Au gust. My 10th is in Docombor but not in November. EMlCHM 14. 1 am composed of e letters. My 1. 16, o, 8, 9, 10, is a man's name. My 2, 21, 12, 6, 13, la a useful animal. My 8, 9. IS, is a human organ. My 4, 17, 22, 23, 11, is used on every wngou and carriage. My 6, 25, 17,46, 9, is a town in Ne braska. My 6, 9, 22, 23, 11, is a holy name. My 7, 21, 18, 23, is where farmers...

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. — 9 July 1873

THE TROY HERALD. VC )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1873. STO. 27. TROY HERALD, I'l'BI.ISllKl) BV FISHER & MUDD, AT t91.no n Yenf In Alvuo. RATES Ot ADVERTISING. 1 Mitiarc 1 Insertion, 1 M) ll.ichnddttl8U.il Insertion A Administrators' Notice il 00 Kinal Settlement Notice 3 00 trav Notices (lne rtray) 3 00 Each additional rtray In mum notice.. 1,00 Liberal deductions will be made to reirular dwrttr. Nn ecrtlflentc of publication will bo mado .'.iti 1 such iubllratlon has been paid for. The non-observance of thU rulo fin been tue occasion of imicli troubl and actual low. . OOURT DIRIOTORY. Circuit (.'ot;RT. Klrst Mondav after the fourth Monday In March and September. OtrXTV t'ot'HT. Second Monday In rob rtiury, MnVi August, und November. I'lioliATr. Cul'itT. Second Monday In January, April, July and October. LOCAL AND COUNTYNWi. Tlio farmers of Hurricane town, s 111 p want harvest hands. The Fourth passed off quietly at this place no celebration. The aqueduct under Main stre...

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. — 9 July 1873

THE TROT HBKAIiT" a w FISHER KUDD.Vablltfbri. TttOY, eneral News Btimmary. -WMMartoD( Th Mexican Bqotorr:oBalHloB,hM lodged Ita flnal report with the State De partment. Four hundred oases, aggre gating m amount 111,000,000, are reported. Secretary Richardson has directed the Assistant Treasurer at New York to give notice that during tne month or July ho will sell one million of gold on the first, second, fourth and' fifth Thursdays each, and one and a half million on tho third Thursday, and that he will purchase half a million of bonds on the third Wednes day of tho month. In all he will sell $5,000,000 gold and buy five hundred thousand In bonds. Tho fiscal year closed Juno '30. The receipts of Internal revenue for the year are $116,007,727.61. The estimate of the Department was $110,000,000. A Washington dispatch says that the Impression is gaining ground, that Hon. K. It. Hoar, of Mass., will be appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court at the assembling of Congress In Decembe...

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. — 9 July 1873

THE TROYHERALD. TltOY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.80 IN ADVANCE. GfiXERAIi PARAGBAPUN. Incidents and Accident. A Port Wayno, Ind., girl chewed her lover's ear nearly off not In a tit of affection, but anger. At Kllllncly,Conn.,nmll-pox Is pre vailing so kllllngly as to close all the fac tories In the town. Mrs. Nelly Homers, of Troy, N. Y., has been prosecuted for opening letters directed to her mother-in-law. Mrs. Amy Franks, of Fayette County, Pa., bonsts of over BOO living descendants. Amy Is ninety years of age. Betsey Moore, of Quebec, refused to marry her lover until he broke h'.s leg in the attempt to recover her new bonnet. Buffalo Horn, an Indian chief In Texas, Jammed a spoon down his throat, and made mi uncomb-ly corpse or himself. MlddleAeld, Mass., sympathizes with the honeymoon of a new-married couple, aged wspcctlvcly seventy-eight and sev enty.. Mr. Dclormn, ol tho firm of Delorme A Quentln, wholesale toy dealers. In Mil waukee, was accidentally killed at Schlels cngervllle...

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. — 9 July 1873

TROY HERALD. WKDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1873. TIIEO. 1. FIHHCB. J OH. A. nVDD, 1 Ealt.rs. The Farmer neelarall.M Tlic farnicru of Illinois celebrated the Fourth of July in their own wny thin year, IuMeail of tho Declaration ' Independence from Drlttah tyr anny, tho I'uriucrt Declaration of In petitionee from political and sectlonnl tyranny wns read. Tho documents tlruwu up by Thomas Jofforson, set- tint; forth tho rcasous why our nuces tors established a govcruiont of their own, is well enough to call to mind glorious recollections of that day, and to Illustrate tho principles of men who inaugurated a frco and a pure Kovurnmout, but at this day, when our government is confessedly no longer pure, and grnvo apprehensions everywhere exist that tho govern tneui through the Influence of inonop olio mid of sectional parlies is be coming less frco and moro tyrannical in its attitude to tho great masses who arc its bone nnd sinow tho farming clcinunt a new declaration is neces sary. While it is our...

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. — 9 July 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9. 1873. A Sr.ToitT Mistake. A country man came to town last wcok, ami in haling the powerful odors of chloride of linn', carbolic ft eld, and the other tlUinfcctnnt; thu sanitary coinnilttco is dUtrlhnllng so liberally over the town, mistook them for the noxious emanations from sowers and other nulsnno.pK, ami oxprosscd to & friend his wonder that tho citizens hadn't taken tiioro precaution to clean tho town, adding Unit nothing clso but cholera might he expected, and, as for himself, he couldn't In cut ho in tho illtliy atmosphere. Thornhlll & IHiswcll have on hand a supply of genuine proof brandy for sickness. Call at thu Laclede and lurch:isc a supply. n'-'6 NorifK. All persons Indebted to the estates of Junius II. ,Scffrns and Joshua Kiiipr. doe'd, on note or ac count (salo bills excepted) are hereby unt itled to como fnwnrd and pay up, or 1 wilt be compelled to cue. J osi a it CitKtitr, n2Gt 1 Adut'r said Kstatcs. Some of our citixctis, not...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 July 1873

General Miscellnny. THE SOtTQ-SPARROW. Ullmmtrs grnv the leafless thicket 'I lure. In-side the garden gate. Where ao light from tioBt to picket Hons the aiuirrow, nllght, sedate, Who, with meekly loided wing, Cornea to tun himself and (Inf. It-wia there, ,ier'ip, last year, that hla little house hr built) Yor he seems to perk Mil peer, Ami totwilter, too, and tilt The bare branchea In between, With aloud, lamlllarmlen, One, t know, there waa neat, Held there by the sideward tbraat Of those. twla that touchhlabreutl Though 'lia gonti now. Home nwi gvt Caught It over-lull of snow, Bent the bush) uud atole It ao. So too our own tieata are tossed, Kuthleaa, by the wreaking wind, When with atlffenlng wlntcr'a Croat, Woods we dwelt In, green, are thlnn'd Ofleafage all, and grown too cold Koi' wlng'd hoiea purely aununer-aouled. But if we, with aprlng-daya mellow, Wake to Wonil wrecks ot change, And the aparrow'a rltornello Scaling atlll Its old aweet range) Can we do a better thing Than, ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 July 1873

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. ToClcango CftlPsHcati atifl F4e& Wash dean, and Lprlnklo pounded rosin over tlui hair; dip in boiling water and ttko out Immediately, and then scrape them cltrtn : then soak them In water for four i lays. ciintirflnfr the water every day. To salt down Uccf to keep tlie Year round. One hundred pounds of beef; four quarts of rock-salt, pounded flno; four ounces of saltpeter, pounded Ami; four pounds of brown sugar. Mix well. Put n layer of meat on the bottom of the barrel, with n thin layer of this mixture under It. Then pock the meat In layers, and between each put equal proportions of this mixture, allowing a little more to tlio top layers. Then pour In brine till 'the barrel is full. i How to Iron I'ants, Coats, etc. Pants can be made to look very nicely after washing them by bruthlng clear from nil particles of Hut, tarn wrong side out, press nil the scams with a hot tlat over u piess-tKwrd, turn bnok to the right side, wet. u piece of white muslin In clear...

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. — 9 July 1873

k.rv f "V" ft BKK8HIKfiS. Anhwrk to Enioka No. IS: THE TROY CEMETERY. Answer to Enigma No. 14 : THE POSTMASTER, AT HAWK POINT. Answek to Word Pitzzi.ei TROY HERALD. PROBATE COVBT BOOKKTi KIHST DAY, JULY. 14, 1873. Adm'r or J?V. M. 1 1. Kalum . v llllam McMahtn I .ivld Stewart ,1 Wlustou Sitton Jiilm Jl. Heeds I'. 11. Tucker ilulm A. Alexander t-iinore, D. Cannon I j Id Mogruder William M. Hluipson .nines u. snenon Jiitate. William Ealum WllllatuMcMauan II. D. Lawrence Hobcrt Watts James 11. Trail U. F.L Heeds Wthdoand Alexander Walker Ilonvin Alpheus Magruder aumiohi uoues John Jenkins JvMtt 11. Harris va II. 11. Jon.cs Adm'r Sampson A. Capps William M. Sluipsou Charles Ferry Joseph It. Allen J. Winston Sllton ,.,U. Sitton l.uckaud Long Charles W. l'arkcr i:. U. Sitton Kartholctnew Scppclcr I red Wing Alexander Ualton l.dwln Hastings .1. Winaton Sit ton Henry C. I.lmhsy vs John W. t. Uowell TlllltU HAY M. K. Watts i:. U. Sitton .lu.H-ph li. Allen .lunu Scott , A. II. Foley !. C. Mag...

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. — 16 July 1873

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1873. NO. 28. TROY HERALD, runMMHKi BY FISHER & MUDD, AT CM. ."SO a Year iu Atl vnnne. RATI OF ADVERTISING. iiiaro I Insertion fl ftO Kueli additional Insertion 7ft Administrators' Notices 3 00 rinal Settlement Notice :1 00 SImv Notices (lnj?l? stray) 3 00 Each additional stray in same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will ho iittulc to regular idvcrtlser. Nil certltleKtc of publication will bo made ;ttll Mich publication litiit been paid for. The non-ohscrviiitrc or this rulo lias been the occasion of much troulil mid actual los. COURT DIRlTcTORYi Cntct'rr Comer. 1'lrst Mondav after tlic fourth Monday in March and September. County Count. Second Monday In Feb ruary, May. August, and November, 1'IMWATK ComiT. Second Monday in Jantiary, April, July and October. LOOM. AND COUNTY NEWS. Wanted. A good house girl. Apply nt thU ofllrc. Wc nro indebted to Hon. A. Kins for valtittblo public documents, tho lust of the franking privi...

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. — 16 July 1873

THE TROT HERALD. FISH! MTOD, Fubllshsrs. TROY, .... MISSOUBI. Debit Md Credit. It was s crlmo o.icc, a gravo and hctn OU8 offense, to owe money. Sacred and profane history combine to U-ach us that lesson. Tho Morale law had been mild In Its treatment of tho unfortunate debtor. Did he tuortirjuro his few acres of vine- yaw, nit silvery onves, and gnvn iiif trees, his little patch of wheat, or the Held of millet, the Inconvenience lie might sustain from foreclosure was but a teni notary one. Tho sacred lubllee would soon come round, and then tho scrap of spqucsicriu prounu must dc resioreu. Was It his clonk that, he had pawned to tho Mordecal of tho fripier't shop, close un der the carven porch of mighty Barzlllel, tho trader of Barzlllel, who had a thou sand camels plying between the Holy City and heathen, ox-worshloplng Kg) pt, and whoe humblest Jackal and lion's Srovlder, Mordecal, son of Laul, was un erstood to be the poor borrower must have his mantle, his neavy Arab halck ol str...

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. — 16 July 1873

THE TR0YHERA1D. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.60 1H ADVANCE. L.EKAIi PABAttKAPUH. Incident and Accldeat. A St. Louis servant girl got her walk Ing papers fur straining crab-apple jelly through an $18 veil. Madison. Inil., has captured and Im prlsotic u desperate horse-thltf eleven years old. Tlio divorce lawyers in Chicago were recently horrified by tlio announcement of a silver wedding In that city. Young John Connelly, of Moorsvllle, Tenn., shot Ills step-mother, recently, to set even with Ills father for refusing to loan Idm Ills hnrxc. At Jolinsbury, Vt., James Shaw, a fanner, while drunk, fatally shot John Stanton, a peddler, who called at his hotiie to sell some goods. At Burlington, la., n little girl, tight years old, walked up and gazed 11 IV w mo ments on her dead mother, and then died almost Instantly. Tubltha Hurt, who was Injured on the Tenuesftpc Hal I road, want her hurt healed with a plaster of $10,000. An Alabama lawyer, defending a murderer, siioke nineteen consecutive...

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. — 16 July 1873

TROY HERALD. WKf JXK8DAY, JULY 16, 1873. Til CO. II. tlAHBR, JOS. A. nVBD, ) Kdlteri. WaaklNKI Trraanr. Somo time slnco tho Now York Sun, u joiirmd that lias tho Independence to denounce anil publish rascality wherever It obtains knowlcdjfo there of. no nmttor whom It may effect, took mwnir.ti to exnosc tho conduct of Alexander Shepherd, vice-president of the board of public Improvements or tin) District of Columbia, wax Inirludlirnanltit this act of effrontery :inliikt tho high illgnltarlos of that tk-loctablo and self-virtuous nuio icr i-iir.i v. that ucnllcinaii lnstltutcil a suit for slander against C. A. Dana, editor of the Sun, lu the nollco court of Washington City, and proceeded before United Slates Commissioner Davenport to compel the appearance ol Mr. Dana before that court. Con- .-idci iiiir that Mr. Dana Is a citir.cn of New York, such procccduro is u piece of tyranny for whleh there Is j,o lawful excuse, and to which lie will hardly submit. Why they should demand hit pr...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 July 1873

TROY HERALD. WKUNliSDAY, JULY 9, 1873. In CTemorlum. IIaMj OK l'V'.IlSEVKKANC'K L0I)OK No. 108, 1. O. G. T., Troy Mo. July 11- Whkkkak, In this world, of sin, hlckuo-8 and death, tho great ruler of the universe, in tho dispensation of his unerriuir urovldcnce. lias seen iironci to call our beloved sister Jose iiliiuo A. Martin, to dwell in the grand tcinplo "not made with hands, otcrnol in tho heavens." And whilo we arc left to mourn her loss, we feel assured that the links that united her with us in this earthly temple have been severed, only to eternally unite her iu that grand temple above, by Him "who doeth all things well." Though our loss is her gain, wo miss her presence and mourn her absence. And when we say our hearts are sad, we but faintly express tho sorrow and regret of tho Lodge for tho loss of our departed sister, who fell asleep among loving sisters uud kind friends, that udiiiliilstcred to her every want. 1'eaccfully and joyfully she passed over the river expressing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 July 1873

General Miscellany. SHELLING PEAS. Plnk-sunbonnet hawing down r a fair Usee half a frown Jiaakel tipped upon her kneea Maiden busy shtUlsg peat. Locking o'er the garden wall, Toothful figure straight and tall, Iouniee with a eanieai grace, straw hat pushed of tunny faoe And a pair of luy eyea Look with cool and calm ittrprlM On the fingers plomp and white Shelling peat with all their might. "Sneh a little busy bee rut to ahame poor thrinieai me!" And a yawn, half made, hall real. To tbeae word give alga and teal I Plnk-tunbonact noda assent, ringers glre the pods a rent. As though laying, "Were these you, I'd aoon allow you what I'd dot" 'So you think I oues to be Uiilte ashamed orthla 'poor me,' 'ho bewail his lily lot, And to better It tries now' ' Plnk-sunbonnet glTea a nod, I'racka a fresh new glistening pod, Which exploding seems to lay, Anawerlng for her, boldly, 'ryea." I-ajy-eyra dart a quick look, Naught but tllence will they brook Rending eloaer they peer down 'Neath the b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 July 1873

FARM AMD HOUSEHOLD. A- correspondent of thn Mark-Lane Erprut is authority for the statement that If a tablespoonful of purafllno Is stirred Into a quart of pjas Just previous to plant loir, so that they aro coated, no vermin will touch the seed. The suggestion Is worthy of notice, as It Is not unreasona ble to suppose that seed corn thus treated might, In u measure, be protected from the ravages of cut-worms. To Make Gems. See that your oven Is hot enough to bake potatoes, and that your Mtiall oblong Iron or tin pans are hot, mid greased with olive oil. Now mix wheat meal or Or hum Hour with cold water .or milk and water If prtft-rreil.to the conlt(iiuy of corn-bread batter, with the greater iio?IMo rapidity, anil put Instant ly into tint pans and bake twenty-tlve or thirty minutes. Success depends upon the speed of the whole process. Gems may bo eaten while warm, but not while hot enough to melt butter. How Ducks am produced In England. Wo ilnd the following statement In an exchang...

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. — 16 July 1873

Wo hare In this community an illustration of what can be done with ow. Since the lit of January. Mr. II. X. Webster bat lold about 10,000 gallons of milk, which have netted hlin 12 1-2 cents per gallon, or $1,260 in an. inw waa ootainea iroin nny cows, with the labor of only threo liands, who alto have attended to the work on tho farm. During the month of June, alone, Mr. Webster sold 2,459 gallons of milk, at a net profit of 12 1-3 contH, or a total profit lor tue month of 307.37 1-2. Remem ber, this vu not tho grosa Income, but tho net profit. A mail who can innko money that way, with no more capital invested, has no occasion to complain of hard times or high taxes. Ho thinks farming is a paying busi ness mid anys Montgomery county auits him better than any othor place in tho United States, because it re quires u smaller investment of capital to get a farm aultablo for his dairy purposes, and being close to St. Louis u permanent market is afforded. Mr. Webster followod the aamo bu...

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