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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 December 1873

THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 24, 1873. P. !. CAM. J, M. M'MtLAX Cake & MoLellan, Reil Estate Agents, Office In Court Home, Troy, Lincoln County, Ho., Hiiy and Sell Land, Giro Abstracts oi Tltlos, Pints of Lands, Write Deeds, Mortgages, &c, Pay Tuxei lor Kou llesldcnts. THE ST. LOUIS HATTER. PROPERTY FOR SALE. No. 2 Coal Inml : 40 acres under laid with a Tcln of cojI twelve foot thick, within fifty feet of the ground ; eight lutlii wesi irom i roy. itich eu.uuu. No. 4 Snllno county land : on 1m Itrovrd farm of 400 acre, 110 acre under leucc, 120 acre tlmhcr. Hewed log house of live roonn one und u half stories hlith ; a tenant house clirlitecn by ciichtccn feet; a lit Injr and a cistern well ut the house, seven siirlmr on tho farm and a stream of litis water tit one end of It. An orchard of ont hundred and soventcen fruit true now in hearing, seven miles from llrownsvlllc, an a railroad. Will he sold cheap on Ioiir time, or exchanged for property In this comity or In lit Louis. ...

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. — 24 December 1873

THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 24. 1878. Saddles mnd HtTSMlt At tho Stoi'p P T. W. AVITHROW, Mt be fount! a complete asaprtment of me auove nomis 01 .im " tocttacr with full stock or Saddle and Harness-Makei's Haitfuare HARNESS, LEATHER, COLLARS, BRIDLES, ;; TRACES, fe WHIPS. WEBBING, i HOUSE & SAP BLANKETS, Also, Tnnb, Valises, Traveling-bags, jKTC.. ETC. All of which are offered t tlie most reas onable CASH PRICES. A spulallty i Made of Shoemakers' Findings, HOLE IpATllEli A Vl'VEllS, CALF AND or every kind and all of the bet quality, and told' at prices that cannot be duplicated. Buggies Trimmed to Order. ALL WORK WABBASTEBi The Celebrated QIJINOV WAGONS Always on hand. Buffalo Nursery IS TIIU 1'liACE. to nvw iitEim. Will Nell to Suit Ihc Times. I AM NOW nollinjr trens nt tJio nur sery on 12 months lime, wltlmut Interc-d, for f MM per litiinlrt'il ; for Cash nt i?li per hundred ; ami l..M per il-'Zen. V:tr, eherrv .and plum trees, M cents each pi'sii'li 'Jil cenfs ioU; oran-c.', 1...

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. — 24 December 1873

THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 24, 1873 GOOD NEWS FOR THE PEOPLE! The Ripest Fruits of the Panic have just been Gathered by PARKER, CREWS & CO., A.nd for the Next OO clays we will offer to our Customer the Largest and Best Assorted stock ot GENERAL MEROANDISE THAT HAS EVER 'BEEN DISPLAYED IN LINCOLN COUNTY AT PRICES THAT CAXTXTOT BE UNDERSOLD. The Bottom has positively been reached, and all those wishing to lay in their Winter Sup plies will do well to call on us at once, and get the benefit of our reduced prices. G00Df,rKSy5y.ADVANCE AT A VERY EARLY DAY AND THE ONE WHO PURCHASES NOW WILL MAKE THE MONEY. We are offering our large stock WE will sell the newest fof cw buy the For of Jeans at prices ranging from AND best styles of prints iJ5 1 20C to 600 a yd, AT FROM 8 TO 10C A YARD. tg&ffi& w have everything New and Desirable in Ladies1 Dress Goods from 12 1-2 to 50c a Yard. . We are resolved not to be Excelled in offering Real Bargains. TRY US AND WE WILL PROVE WHAT WE SAY. W...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 December 1873

THE TROY HEHALD, DECEMBER 24,1873. TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24, 1878. I N'T TALK WCCH About llio panic and ptttla ptfcct, for I liavo nlway- mid good chonpcr tlmti ony iorc In Troy, or tfco county And now I am oflcriiig 1IARGA1X8 IN rVM, I.AU1E8' 1IAT8 AKD BEAMY MADK C1.0T1IIKU. I call especial nttcntlon totnyFurs ami tliu'low nrlccs of tliotu. l don't intend to bo undersold. To bo con vlncod of this foot, yon have only to tail and nrico my goode. I sell the BEST HOOTS AT $4.00. Como along and get bargains. WU JOSBt'H JlAltT. money t Money t! Money It! Money to loan In sums to suit at modurato rules of interest nt the Farmer Ss Mechanics Saving Dank of Troy, Mo. 6013 I'un 1 Fur!! Highest market prlco paid in cash by 60wl Caki: & Hookks. BUI.INQV i;rr tax pavuiis or 1873 ATTENTION. Tho tltno has como when tho Col lector may aclzo property and sell it for taxes. No property is exempt lrom sclzuro and sale, aud all costs of HclKlng and selling inuat bo paid by tbo tax payer in ...

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. — 31 December 1873

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1873. SO. 52. ( Hj. 8. PUBLISH KtltlY FI8UEB & MUDD, AT 1 .."SO u Yenr Jt Advance. RATES OF ABVIRTISINQ. t umnri 1 tntnrtlnn. 11 1)0 rheh additional Insertion . AiMulitrotorV Notices 3 WJ Filial He tllcinent Notice fl 00 Kfrul XnllrCH (slllffle straVl il 00 Kacfi additional stray III same notice.. 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to regular advertiser. Aiivpriinr.mentt w ii ikc t nc reauiar run of the paper. Extra charges made fur pre ferred places. , No certlllcate of publication will lie made mil an.-h Kiihlli'utlnn him lieen Haiti for. I'll iinii.nttaorvani.fl of thin rule bus been Mir occasion of much trouble aud actual Ion. Our term arc j Cash In advance. on sub sclntloiu; cash on delivery, lor Job work .iihI cuh mi demand, for advertisement. COURT DIRECTORY. Circuit Couiit. First Monday after tbe r.mrtli Monday In March and September. County Court. Second Monday hi Feb ruary, Mot. Aumist, and November, Puorate Court. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 December 1873

THE fcROY HERALD, DECEMBER 31, 1873. Saddles tsr and Harness! At tlio Htoro of T. W. VVITHROAV, .May lio found a complete assortment of Hie nboin vihnH 1 iiih own niauuiae ure, linothcr w lih full stock of Saddle anil llaitiess-Maket's Hardware 1IA11XESS, LEATHER, COLLAHS, JIKIDLES, TKACES, WIIIl'S. WEUMXG, HOUSE SAD BLANKETS, Also, Trunks, Valises, Traveling-bags, i;tc, etc. All of which are offered at tlio most reas onable CASH PKICLS. A pclallty U made of Shoemakers' Findings, SOLE LEATHER A UVPEllS, CALP ATV ICIP i if evcrv Ulml mid all or the bet quality, and suhi at price tliat cannot ba duplicated. Buggies Trimmed to Order. am. woiik WAitR.wri:u. The Celebrated QtTLNCV WAGONS Always on hand. Buffalo Nursery Is Tin: I'lack. TO BUY IIIEHS. Will Sell to Suit llic Times, I AM NOW ecllinjr tree? nt tlio nur sery ii 12 months lime, without interest, i n- !?1-J.."ii) per hundred; for Cash at U) per hundred ; and SJI..MI per d twn. Pear, cherry .iliil plum trees, 'ill cents each peac...

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. — 31 December 1873

THE TROY HERALD, DECEMBER 31, 1873. I V. C. CAKK. T M. M'lXM.AN Cake & McLellan, Real Estate Agents, Olllcu In Court IIoiih', Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., Uuy nml Sell Land, Glvo Abstracts ol Titles, Tints of Lands, Wrlto Deeds, Mortgages, &e., l'ny Taxes lor.Non Residents. ritopimrv ion ham:. 'n. ' Cual lnnd: 40 ncres under- Inld with ii vi lli of coal twelve loot thick, within liny fed of the irrnuiul s ciulit uillcs u-i'.L rnini Trov. l'l'lci! Sl.tiOO. Xo. 4 Saline cottutv land : nn im proved farm of 400 iicru, '.'20 wire under tome, 110 acre timber. lleweU log House of llvn ronim otni nml n half ftorlei high ; h tenant IkiIIju eighteen liy eighteen fed; n living nnd a cNtcru well at the home, seven yprlniM u tin: I'urm ami a stream or living water at (ine eiul of It. An oruliuii of one Iiumlrcit mid M-vciiteen fruit trt-c now In hcuriii;.'. Miveti mllu from llrovnvHle, on :i ruilronl. Will he tM choiii on lung time, or i!xehuii','vil lor iiroiiurly In thl county or In St l...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 31 December 1873

t THE TEOY HEKALD, DECEMBER 31, 1873. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24, 1878. noittT TALK 31 CCU About lliopnnlo and pnlo prices, for 1 bavo always told goods mumper llinn any toro in Troy, or the county Ami now 1 am offering BARGAIN'S J.X Ft US, l.AMKB' HATS AND M)V MA UK t'l.OTHINCl. J call especial attention to my Fur ami tlie'low prices of them. I don' iuiontl to Ijo undersoil!. To bo con vJnocd of this fact, you have only to call and prico my goods. I sell llic 11EST BOOTS AT U.W. Came along and get bargains. MM! JOSEPH MART. t mnmav I f matter 1 ! ! TOVury t " - f - Money to loan in sums to suit at moderate rates of interest at tho Fanners & Mechanics Savings Bank of Troy, mo. Fur I i'urs 1 1 Highest market price paid in cash by 60wl Cakb & ltoEU8. OEMNQVUNT TAX PAIfEltS OF 1873 ATTENTION. Tho tlino lias como when the Col lector may sclzo property and sell it for taxes. No property is exempt from seizure and salo, and all costs of seizing and selling must bo patd by tho...

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. — 7 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 7, 1874 NO. 1, TROY HERALD, FUBMSIIID BY FISHER &c MUDD, AT 91. SO a Year in Advance. ' RATKS OP ADVERTISING. 1 sqtars 1 Insertion, $1 M) Kaek additional Insertion 7ft Administrators' Notices 3 00 Klnal Settlement Noticed 00 Mirny Notices (slnjtle stray) U 00 Jtacli Additional stray In itmn notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to regular advertisers. Advertisement will take the regular rim T the paper. Extra charges mado for pre erred places. No certificate of publication will he mado Jitll such nubllcutlon has been mild for. The non-obxervance of this rule has been Hie ocraslon of much trouble and actual loss Oil r terms arc: Cash In advance, un Mil). stiptlons i cash on delivery, for job work and vuiti on demand, for advertisements. COURT DIRKOTORY. Circuit Court. First Monday uftcr the ftnirta Monday in March and September. County Court. Second Monday in Feb' wary, Mar, August, and November I'hobatk Court. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 January 1874

THE TRQY HERALD, JANUARY 7, 1874. TROY JIEEALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 1874. VI:AHV, I.OXKM', nKSTLLSS, iio.tii:m:sn. Weary hearts t weary hearts! Ily wroi f Hfc oppressed, Ye i;rc wandering In tlto shadow Ye are hdilng for reef, There I darkness In the heaven, Ami tha earth It bleak below, Ami the ,!oyi wc tate to-day, May to-morrow turn to woe. Weary hearti, lod lit rest ! Lonely harts! lonely hearts! This is but a land of grief; V i iirc pining for repine Ye are loinjlHK for relief Wltat the world liatli never given Kneel amlatk or (loil above, Ami your pier shall turn to kindness, If yuitlean upon love. Lonely hearti, toil is love ! Ke-th" s hearts ! rootlrfi hearts ! Ye lire tolling nleht anil lay, Anil the llnwern tr lire all withered, Leave Imt tliornsnlong your way ? o nre wnltlmr, ye arc waiting, 'I 111 your tolling hf ro shall cease, An I c ery r tle throbbhi;,', Is a sad. mil prayer lor pence. ltctlc heart, Uod Is peace 1 trraklir hearts I broken hearts ! Ye are doolnte ami l...

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. — 7 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 7, 1874. Are Companion by Hall I xuor jtgrceaDie I A gentleman who sometimes writes for tho Detroit Fnc Prcii, "took charge of n lady upon n railroad car." His troubles aro only partially told in the following narrative: ! 1'crnans tho man meant to do mo a favor when It came up to me at the depot, with n spinster hugging his uiin,nnd wanted to know if 1 wouldn't take charge of her from Chicago to Dolrolt. Many men think a railroad journey is rendered really pleasant by "the companionship of an unprotected female. Shu insisted on counting her baiul-box and traveling-bag as wo got Heated. She? counted. Tlicro, were Just two. I counted and made no more nor less. Then slio wanted her parasol put into the ruck, her bhawl toldcd, and licr baml-box counted iigutu. 1 counted it. As wo got utartoil slio wanted to know if 1 vnn i-ure that wo wcro on tho right road to Detroit. 1 was sure. Then slio wanted her traveling-bag counted By this tlmo she wunted tho window up,...

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. — 7 January 1874

1 THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 7, 1874. TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 1874. vot.vm: nine. Tho first number of tlio Lincoln I'ounty Herald was published lu Decembor,1865, by Edmund J. Ellis, as a Democratic organ. Ho conducted ' the paper until tho 9th of February following, whan he rented the ofllco and fixtures to Mr. E. Saclise, who wrought a change in Its political tone, mid labored industriously to estab lish a Republican organ. Finding i he support of tho county inadequate lor a Journal of that complexion, on tho Glh of April, 1866, he bado faro well to tho vexatious undertaking, rebuking In his valedictory tho mem bers of his own party, and acknowl edging obligations to somo of Ills po litical oppononts. Mr. Ellis ngiitn assumed control of the Herald; and beluga life-long Democrat, und one who had suffered persecution at the hands of tho Federal government during tho war against tho South, his Democratic feelings once nioro per meated Its columns. On the 31st. of May, 1866, the...

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. — 7 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 7, 1874. .tint vntfiAta B.llM.l mvt VtFtWR -3 .SJ lUftfca bVMffV.10 fHlllllBCV blbUl u,M,.4.va 3 aii tui ytwi. n O and Ham. flesslp. Special aenoe, c, fcc. 2 A toT btmllfully pttolti Jounsl, H cokouctid nr X JXfO. XT. EDWARDS, n W LiuritiBiuCiljTiM, M " Ami ofRL'nPASSlSTl INTEREST to H t!j The HOME CIRCLE. 5 T&n rAIUIEB, 1 Tho MERCHAMT, I Xhe POLITICIAN. I The GENERAL BEADED 1 OBEAT XOTUCEHSNTS FOB CLOTS. Pally psr yes r Weekly iwr year 10 00 1 SO rpltUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas JL Abraham Jamei and Martha A hit wife. Perry 11. Smith and Mary A. lit wife, and (inciters. Safes and Mary A. hit wife, by tbclr deed or trust dated August S2d, 1870, and recorded In book Y at page 10'J and fol lowing, In tho Recorder'! oflice of Lincoln county. Missouri, did convey to Epiiphrodi tin aydnor tho real citato hereinafter de scribed tn trust to secure tho payment of cer tain promissory notes therein described and whereas laid Kpaphrodltns Sydnor has ill milium iwuvcu lu H...

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. — 7 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 7, 1874. Protpeotus for l7lvnth Year An Illustrated Monthly Journnl, tinl vcrsnlly mlmltted to bo the IlnmU omcst Periodical In tlio World. A 1tcprccnlntlvo mid Cham pion or American Tattci. IVot for Snle lu Book or New Storct. Tlio Aldlne. while Iwncfl with all tlio regit, hiiltv, has nwio ottlie1.;tnpornry or timely luliiV-t charactcrlstlco!- ordinary lu'rioitf c;ll. It lit mi fli-nnnt tiutscvllitiiy ot pure. Ilitlit ntiil Kracttrul lltfraturc t nndii collection ,,f pictures, tliu raret specimens or artistic In black niul white. Although eaoh succeeding number atlords a fresh pleasure; to lit friends, Him real yaluo of llic -Mill no will lie most appreciated after It Is bound t at tlif eloso or tho year. Whllo other publi cations mav claim superior cheapness, its . nmparcd with rivals ol a similar class. I he Alillnu is a unliiuu ami original ""'ptm--:.!inii; niul uii:ipiroaflit?it--ib4oluti-ly without a-oiniii-tUtmi III prk'ii or character. 1 he pos-M-i.o...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 7, 1874. It. C. CAXK. J. Mi M't.XLtlX Cake & MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, Ofllce In Court liuuic, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., Day and Sell Land, Glvo Abstracts of Titles, Plats of Lands, Write Deeds, Mortttagcs, &c, Pay Taxes fur Non lluslik'Uts. TUB ST. LOUIS HATTER. rnopi.nrv von salis. No. 2 Coul land; 10 acres under hid with n vein of coal twelve fret thick, within tllty feet uf llio KitmiKl i eljjbt miles vi't irom 'iwy. rnee yi.iwu. No, 4 Siillno county land; nu Im proved farm of 400 acre. 22J acre under lenee, 120 acres timber. 'Hewed lo home of tlvo rooiiH one imd & hnir Morlci liljjh i tenant home eighteen uy eighteen recti a living nud a ct-tcrn well at tlie limine, hcvtu fpriniri on the farm and n stream of living water at one cud ol It. An orchard of one hundred and eventecn fruit fives now In licarln;:, m-vcii mile from llrovnlllc, on railroad. Will lie Mild cheap on lotiff time, or'Neliaii'ed fur property lu llili county or lu tit l...

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. — 7 January 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, JANUARY 7, 1874, TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7 1874. 8,000.00 0B.7OU.3 ll.08S.OS 1.UO.00 i:ARXET TALK FOR THK NUW YEAR. Krisnds, will you think it (trudge, or out of placo nttliU particular time, itvro snjr to you that we want inquoy. Do you ever consider tUe necessity of being prompt in the acttlcmciit of your accounts And notos in order to secure further accommodation. "V'c hopo that you will appreciate our necessities, and como forward promptly and liand in your stamps. III PARKER, CllEWB & Co. With afow tnoro days like Monday utiil Tneidav tho lea croii. will be ready for harvesting. Mts Sarah Fcntem respectfully in vitcs those who arc Indebted to her 10 ploaio call and scitlo tholr ae counts. nl Dr. Uirkhcad, surgeon dentist, will be in Salem, two miles sa.nt of New Salem church, on tho 26th, and will, 2 main four or flvo days. nlw2 Financial condition cf the Farmori nnd Mechanics Savings Bank of Troy, 'Mo., nt close of buslucss December. :si, 1873: M.ntt...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 14, 1874. SO. 2. TROY HE RAT D, rt)BLIW!EO BV 118 II El St MUDD, AT Ifjlt.rso a Yonr in Advnncn. RATES Of ADVERTISING. I square 1 Inscrtloa,., f 1 SO Each additional Insertion 7ft Adiilttlstrators' Notice .1 00 final f ttlpuac.nt Notice a 00 Mrsy Notice (slnitln stray) .1 09 Kuuli additional utrrfv In sani untie. . 1 OS Liberal deductions will be made to regular idviirtisc.ri. Advertisements will take the rceular rim nf tko paper, lixtra charges made Cor pre icrreu.pmce. No eertlcate of nubllrstion will be made .ntll such publication ban been paid tor. The non-Ahservance of thin rule ha beou Mir occasion of uinca trouble sail actual low Out terms are : Cash la advance, uii nub. netptlims ; cash u delivery, for job work du caiH ou urioaau, ror auvcruscmciiis. L COURT blRKOTORY. Oinourr CottaT. Kim Monday after tlie fnirth Monday in March ami September. County CuUIit. Second Munduv In Feb' wtary, May, Auuust, and November, ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 14, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14, 1874. TUB MllMXEVIXI.E SCANDAL. It commenced by Mm. Sawyer' nr rival ut Mrs. MuflU'i early In tho fore noon, evidently in n statu of great ex citement, and full of nowt. With an nlr of profound mystery, she drew Mis. MutUt from tho wash-tub to the sitting-room, and said to her: "What do you think has hap pened V" Sow Mrs. Sawver was well known in Myrtlevillo as 'newsy,' its one who Inst no opportunities of collecting the most reliable and startling items of Information rrffitrdiuir the sayings unit doinirs of the My rtlovlllluus. Ac cordingly Mrs. Mtitllt prepared her minds lor tiding of moment. "What Is It '"asked she drying her hands on her apron and -oilling down in a chair lor a "good iiiik." "You'll not tell I told you ?" "Never." "Uecaiiso it wasn't Intended forme In hear. 1 Just happened over loMr Seymour' this moriiiuir, and Mrs. Kllely was In there, anil the door Mood open, and I couldn't help but hour what...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 14, 1874. ILL ANDElMOaU VICTIMS. UxhNtnlHV the RcwmIui. Tho work of exhuming the remains ,Kr companies A., (J. mid II.. of tho :)'Jth Missouri volunteer Infantry, who Wore killed In the famous Hill Auder oii tight, al thli iiolnt on the '.Till ilny of September, ,1864, and burled on tho outskirts of town, commenced on lust Wedticsdny, the 17th linttant, under the direction of Cant. Nelson, who nan lor some iiiiio pnsi oceii en- gaged in collecting lb.' remain, ,r Union soldiers in dim-rent part ,f who hait for some I lino past been en il... i,.l.. mid rm ivni-il nir 1 1 it. in In I in Nalioiuil Cumetcry at JelTorsoji t.'ily, lor burial. The contract tor taking up the bodies was iiwarded to Mr. .laities II. Harris, of this place, at jil.VJ.OO, ii nd I lie contract lor moving the monument was given to Mr. C. A. Hi own, at $30 for the job. The bodies are burled chnI of town, near the railroad track, In u long ireiiuh. about three feel docti, and lie jive abreas...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 14, 1874. TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14, 1874. THSO. JOS. A. I. flSUEB, IHUDBt Edltara. THE SOVClVOIt'M SIGSMAUE Hejrardlois or Tho Kciicrally cx pressed drill e that the preseut session of thu legislature be a short one, Gov ernor Woodson hits, in lilt message, mapped out a Urge amount of work to bu accomplished. Should tho leg' Mature pay a becoming nttcntion to nil tho suggestions contnlncd therein i ho session will of necossify bo a pro longed 0110. In delerciicc to the well known voice of tho people, tho gov r-rnor advises tho reduction of the state expenditures. Ho think tho stato could bo govorned as well, if not bolter, at liulf tho present coit lie recom mends n sweeping reform in tho administration of justice. The nuinbor ot circuits should bo reduced 10 fourteen. The prosecuting attor iicvs cost the people over $90,000. repeal of tho bill abolishing circuit attorneys is recommended. These should receive tho salary of the clr cult Judge, nnd bo ...

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