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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 14, 1874. J mm EDIflMS PiMiiM tTIRT ETZMQ. g S ALL THE NKWS. O mA iloBis OoMlpt BtwctaT Ac, 2 A Urg bsaaUfttlljr pt lttd Joanal, p consume tx XmrXXsMO HUTCHIHi' f UUtflktMUTWU, ... t JXTO. XT. ESWAROI, LutafKMMiCllTiiiM, J AtdofUnPA8SIMOINTtnESTto ft O Taa HOME CIRCLI. f gnu FARMER, Tfca MERCHAKT, R The rOLITICIAN, ( S Th OBWEHAL REAPER , h QQS4f INLUCIOTMT8 TOE CLOTS, i 1H74 Dully pr )rMr tooo 1 so Money Still to be Made By purchasing Goods for the next 30 days of PARKER, CREWS & CO. Good are still ADVANCING in St. LouU and tho Eustern marked, but WE INTEND KEEPING PRICES DOWN, an we advertised to do tho 1st of December last, nntll tho 1st of February. Our Stock must be REDUCED to give room for SPRING GOODS, and we propos to sell at EVEN LOWER Figures tin MANY LINES OF GOODS than has yet been done in this market. TAKE OUR ADVICE AND .Buy all the Goods You lffoed, While you can get them at Lower Fig' ures than we can replace them. PARKER. CREWS A CO. Tro...

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. — 14 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANURY 14, 1874. Prospectus for 1874-ioventh Year THE AXiWOXJa An lllti.trntet. Monthly Joiinint, mil- vcisnllv ntlmllted to bu the i llwid. 40init I'crlodltnl In tlio World. A Hoprnnciilntlvo unit Glntm jiion of Aniciicnii 'Inatci. Not lor Sate lo Uook or flew More: Tho Ahllne, while Issued with nil thorenii lirltv. Ii:inm i" llio t'ini(irury or timely interc-l t-littrttoti-ltli or ordinary pcrlodl ids. It U nn elegant mlu'cllnny of pure, light andgraccrul literature : nml u collection it picture. Hit! rarest specimens ol nrtlsliu m.111. In black nml wlilt.-. Although ouch succeeding 'lumber nllords u fresh pleasure to Its friends. tli' real value of tho Al. Inn w 111 Ixi most appreciated after t I- bound tin :it tin; elmo of tin- year. V Idle other (nihil .utlntm luav claim superior lii-aiiic. m compared w Ith rivals ol n similar class. I he Ahllne I- 11 unionc original concoptlnn .limit) iindunapproachod--nbsolutely without . .iiupi'tltloii In price or character....

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. — 14 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 14, 1874. K. C. CAKE. J, Mi M'l.KLLIN Cake & McLellan, Real Estate Agents, Officii In Court House, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., liny anil Sell Land, Glvo Abstract of Titles, 1'lntM of Lantls, Wrlto L)cr(Ik. Murttrnjres, l'uy Taxes tor Non ltuslduiiU. PROPERTY 1'OR SAI1 Xo. 'J (Joul Iniul : 40 acre under tnld with n vein of co il twelve root thick, within titty feet of the Rrotiud ; eight Utiles west front Trov. l'rlee l.Uou. No. 4 Saline couiitv linitl : nn lin- proved fiirm of 400 ucrex, 2iK) acres under icnec. r.il errs iiuiuur. iicnuo iijk iiuusr of live roon4 one urnl a h:itf nlorle high ; a tenant house eighteen liy eighteen feet: living anil a cistern well nt the house, neveti springs on the. farm and u trram of lllnK water lit one and of It. An orchard of one liuiulreil unit seventeen fruit trees now In hearing, seven mllci from llruwiisvlllc, on a rallroiul. Will Wi sold cheap on long time, or itxolmiiKcil for property In this county or In St l.nui...

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. — 14 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 14, 1874. ' TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14, 1874. rtBKtiHT TALK FOB TIIB SEW If UAH. Friends, will you think It strange or out of plnce nt this inrllculnr time If wo sny to you that wo want inoiioy, Dn vou over consider tlio necessity of b'ulng prompt In the sottleinont of vntii niToiinls nnd notes In omor to securo further ocooinmodutlon. Wo hope that you will nnnreeiute our necessities, and eomo rorwant promptly ami hand In your stamps. Ul l'ABKKR, CltttWS & Co. With a few inoro days like Monday nnd Tuesday the ico crop will bo ready for harvesting. Miss Sarah Fcntciu respectfully in vites those- who aro indebted to her to pleaio call and sottlo their ac counts l Dr. Blrkhoad, surgeon dentist, will bo in Salom, two miles oast of Now Salrm church, on the 26th, and will remain four or live days. nl w2 Financial condition of tho Farmers iiHd Mechnnics Savings Dank of Troy, Mo., at cloio of biuluea Docomber :U. 1873: I.IAMMTISS. i:pltil Stock. IUf deposi...

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. — 21 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 21, 1874. NO. 3. TROY HERALD, OBMSRBB BT FI8HEB Jc MUDD, mmhiatoii mr A SJRANa. AUnh of Cat. J. K. M 111 'raar. AT 4Pl.ffO m Year im Admnflo t 1BK HnsertlM... addltloaal iBMfUon... Admlnlstratore' Notice. . . . Vlnal getllement Notice . . . . tray Netiees (single stray) la fnlfllment of Ills appolntmtnt, Col. Ilutton addressed, on Saturday afternoon, a latter body of Ike hard ....V m I fisted yeomanry of this vicinity than I qo wo tl,0UKbt coud liavo been brought soo togothcr for men a purpose. The I OQ elrcult pniift room wn danielv iKS th attentire and earne.t advertiser, listeners. The colonel had been AdvertUemaatu will Uke tfce regular run . , . . the paper. Extra charge aude for pre- speeding ior several miuuies wueu f arreti piace. . . we emcrcii. M certlMeatt of publlrntlM will b made ddpsnalna? himself vicar. jrniW nick publication bai been paid for. was aaaressing mmeeir vigor- file non-obiervsnce of till rule ha ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 January 1874

11, 1874 i1 ft: r this; pp ft I s? g f TROY HERA VrKDXEgDAY, J AX. 21, 1874. FRfJ jerrniMow CITV. C'onripAR(lelica nf the HcrkM. TkItkrhon City, Jan. IS. A'cfiforx of Vie lltrald: Thinking probably few Hems f news from tiro lent of government might Ij6 or Interest to your readers, U my apology for troubling you with this letter. The member of the leg islature are about nil here, ami Judg ing from appearances icem to bo hi u good condition for work. All ex press thv ilctcrmlnatloii to go to work in oarurs't mid effect come legislation of a permanent nml gonornl charac tor. The general sentiment seems to be, that Tim hevkni'b law shodld In- thoroughly overhauled, our present Inw bctiiff a mixture of Incon sistence und nbiiirdltiei which nrc nlmcst. impossible tor tiny o Ulcer to enforce without giving a grcnt deal of trouble and adding u great deal of ost to the people. The committee of ways and means, with Mr. Heard of Pctils a chairman, oro dovotiug nil their energies to the work ; ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 January 1874

tlE TKGdf HERALD, JANUARY. 21, 1874. Hark Iwla Wasae. Mark Twain, the well-known hu roerisi, replied to tho toast of the U llet ax the festival of the Scottish ' Itarporatlou of London on Decern bur iU Induing so he said: laiujiroud Jiidovil oi' lliu distinction of beltitf dioaou to respond to tbU especial toast, to "Tlioliiullcs" or U ivoinau, if you please, for tlmt la a preferable term, perhaps; U certainly if the older, Mild Ihcreloro Ike uioru entitled to reverence. Laughter. 1 liuvc no Jleod Hut llio lllblc, U'ilu lliut jilain, .blunt honesty whlcU it such u con spicuous churuclerUUe of (lie terlp lures, is always particular never to jeler uveu lo tlie illustrious mother of mankind her sell us u' lutly," but pctik of her us n woman. Lniljth tur. It is odd, but you will ilud iUo. I iiiii peculiarly proud of this honor, because 1 think luutluu toast lo wo iniiii is one uiikh by rluht and by 4!vei v rulu of irullnuiry liotild take precedence ot ullotliers of the army, ui i uu nuv...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 January 1874

THE TKOY HERALDi JANUARY 21, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21, 1874. sbf 'Lisa? Ktifn, JMi At 1 vmxAn. Tho action ol tlio Radical party lu Texas, in regard to tho lato state elco tlon, has brought upon llself a Juit rebuke from President Grant. The constitution of that state provides that the general election shall be held four ddf at tho county soots. This was radical measure to give the car-pat-bagger time to drum up the nogro voters; but notwithstanding this, a legislature composed of tho same etc mont, ond Jgaoraut of tho funda mental law or tho stato of which it assumed to be the law-maker, passed mi election act providing for only one election day. Tho radical governor of tho stato, Davis, as grossly igno rant of the provisions of the constitu tion as the legislature, approved and signed the bill. Under this act the election was held, Davishirasoir being ncandidato for re-election. Tho re sult of that election was an over whelming defeat of tho carpet-bag clement, and tho...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 21, 1874. ANDERSON WILLIAMSON, MAIM OP ROOM, MO., LnmberTarduidPliningMilis ' Krp constantly on hand all kinds of lumber of every grade, which they tell at Ht. Louli price. They call especial atteutton to the quality of the work ilono by their planing mill, being tatlsfled that for dnhdi ami styla it cannot lie surpassed. On a few days' no tire will furnUh Hycamore fluorine and elding. Will furnish kiln-dried lumber on ten day notice. Orders respectfully aollc Ited. ITWt keen a branch yard at Mr. L. C Wright', In Troy, where anything In our Una can be had. uS&pCia F. W. HARBAUM, Manufacturer of Ftowa, Wktelbrr9W All kinds of Wagons, heavy, light ai taring always on hand. BUSBIES OF EVERY STYLE Made to order on short notice. ALL WORK WAUItANTCD on same terms at otbor Attune. Repairing Pfompilj Done. All material used, wbelner In new work or In repulrlug, Is of the best quality that an be obtained. Ua2 W A TVTlTTi Wo will give ener getlcmen women - Busines...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 January 1874

'HEY tiaaAtw 3'mivt'&, -tm. fpaattif fkmr4'tm nth Yr THE jAIiBISTSIV , An IlliistroledlilMlfcly JournM, uiil vcrnMly adfrfttted to.be IlibUwtd. otiiclt ltlodIct In tlio World, A ttopreioBUtlve and Chain ,,plon of American Taitear KM far Bale In Btt r Rcwa ttarea. The Aldlnc, while Issued with til Iho writ lardy, hi none of tlio temporary or tlnicly iatart-rhirvtrliitlc or ordinary periodl .aid. It Ik uii elegant miscellany of pin-, llht unil uraufti I literature t and a collection nf picture, tho rarest spoi'lmen or artlitlr. skill. In black and white. Although well Miecoedtng dumber afford, a rrenji pleasure to it friend. the real jatuo of Uiu Aldlnc will bo most appreciated after t Is bound up atthocwiwor thcyciir. While other ptiblf. troll- may claim atipnrlur chflaptioss. as ijmnared with rival, ot a similar class, flic Aldlnc Is'n unique and original i-omM-pJIjiii-lono oU(luiiapurimIMlTHUu)utely yUh(ut .ompoUlloO la' prltrt pr cltuf lettr. Tin; P" suworora cimijileto volume...

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. — 21 January 1874

TffEjTEOff .HERALD, JAX 2Mfflfo r. C.CAKB. J. . M'tELLAS ) THE T, LOUIS Jf TTJBJR. C HuLelUO, Rtal Estate Agents, Ortlca In CourtUuuaa . Troy, Lincoln County, Ho., Nuyjuid Sell Uml, Cilvo AbttrMHsol n I. iu- i t. ;. Ml! I J- Taxes lor Nun lleslucnta. MIIPKHW I'OR MAI.K. No. a Conl limit: 40 nutv lihrfork l.ilil with a vein or rujl twelve feet tlilcK. wllhln tiny feet of the ground ; eight mllea u est from Troy. l"rh'o (1.110. No. 4 Sulliio county land ; nn lm proved farm of 4W acres, M nerea under Jencc, l'JO acrc timber. Hewed Iok house if live, roomi one and a half litiiiie lilfth $ a tenant house eUjIitccii by r kh toon feet I a living and m cistern" well at tiicTiouse.'ovu irluiri on tin- liirin uml n Mtrrutn of IIvIhk water nt one cud of It. An orchard of on hundred und seventeen fruit trcu now In (tearing, acu-u miles from llrowiisvlllc, on a railroad. Will be Mild cheap un Ioiik 1 1 wo, ir exchanged for propel ty in this county or ill Xt l.ouK i I No. A-Motinfc ud 4 lolnlln f...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 January 1874

T&E TjRO Y HEIAiiD: !JiNtt AiBY 21,' 18t4. Tito 'HEItiiLfi. ssasa WEDMSSDAY, JAW. 11, 1874. LAaft fMTNNUMT t The Laclede Ottt Ball hat been poetpeMd to Wadnetdajr, February JMh. Tan will potltWtly be tho lait tastBoaemeut. A larm force or mo featt ba been bt iato the field and Jadf lag from the pan tale of tlckett, there can be but Utile doubt or auc rata. Mr. Niehols la extremely anx Iahi In nf hla flnattfllat amber raatmant, that the business be doted. The manager hat decided to refund the money in case euough tlckett to tutiirr me drawing are not sum uy Hie appointed tl mo. So thatthltit lioittively the latt postponement. Tho county court wat 111 lOlllon veeterday and Monday. In tpeaklng with the membort conceraing ine Katt affair upon which the Warren ton Chronicle comment ao strongly, we obtained the faett at presented to the court. Tho claim wat not al lowed became It wat exorbitant, but principally, bocausa it wat not thown that Eatt wat a citizon of thit county. .Furthor...

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. — 28 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 28, 1874 NO. 4. TROY HERALD, PUBMSII1CD BY FISHER & MUDD, AT 91.no a Ycnr In Advance. RATIS OF ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Insertion $1 M Kseh additional liim-rtlon 7) AdmlnNtratnrn' Notice .1 00 Final Hettlnmcnt Notice SI 00 Mtiy Notice (Millie alrey) 3 Oil Kach ailitltlniiiil stray In mime notfee. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be uutltt to regular advertiser. Advertisement will take the regular run f the paper. Extra charges made for pre ferred place. No ccrtlilcate of publication will be made -litll mull publication ha been paid for. I'll nnn-nhcrvanee of this rule ha been the ocua-lou of much trouble and actual lo. Our term are: Cuh in advance, on nub. clnllon; c:iii on delivery, fur job work and cauli on demand, for advertisement. CO U RTD I KIOTO R Vi CIRCUIT Court. r'lnt Momlav oner the faurtli Monday In March and September. County Count. Second Monday In Feb ruary, May. AuguM, ami November. I'noBATB Coimr. Second Mo...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 January 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, JANUARY 28, 1874 TROY J3ERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. S8, 1874. SPEECH OF A. H. BUCKNER Thn Houio having under coasldora tlon the civil rights bill- Mr. lJuckuer laid : Mr. Speaker, it U a palpable misnomer to designate the bill under consideration at bill ta protect all pcrio lu their clrll and legal right." It is a itaarn-a traniuareut uecoptlon 10 to charac terize it. A moro appropriate title would be, "A bill to create social equality in tho lato slave-holding klatoi. to consolidate tho two races In hostility to cadi other, nnd to dcitroy the public schools." Whatever may be the apparent and ostensible pur pose of thu advocates of this legisla tion, its real objects cannot be mis taken. It professo to apply to all persons, native and foreign, Euro poau and Asiatic, black and white ; but this thin disguise is thrown oil' vr lieu it forbids any distinction to bu made as to admission or accommoda tion in nubile luiis, places of publlo amusement, iu public carriages of pas...

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. — 28 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 28, 1874. tho taxes lovlcil for educational nr iiosos Hi'o Imposed an the whites, und it Is not within the range of prob nblllty that a democratic legislature will tax th'u pooidu to propagate inixeu senium." Uut, stri.tiiru ip lay, Iho medicine whteh Virginia republicans refuio to administer for lluuil v. Massachti- etts republlcam insist shall be cram- inoi uowit tiiulr reluctant throats, while they, liappy souls', nro neither in a condition to require I hu nostrum or to mi Do r from Us good or ill eflcets. ltd assured, Mr. Speaker, Hint thern "lit a nigger under this woodpllc," iiiiu noiwiiRiiiiuiiiiu me luir uxicrior und cninclv ouUliin of llilu htll I'm- the protection of Iho civil rights of an persons, it uat otnur purposes and object than appear on its luce. Tlie itcepter Is departing from I rue I ; the tar ot empire is taking its wuv west ward. Political power is stealing i nun mo nasi to uio great valley, aim M iinu muru iiiix poeu aturnuie hsmk ing...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 28, 1874. TROY JHERALD. Wednesday; .tax. 28, 1874. At VfttVUT nciiEne. A bill has been introduced In tho lower branch of (ho legislature, which, if passed, will work n grout Injustice to many counties In the tato. It Is a scheme to saddlo cer tntn comity debts on tho state, viz. thoso contracted on account of rail road subicrintloni. It bears the stamp of injustice on its face, and the arguments we have seen presented In its favor aro shallow, and show uo ben ell t h to arci'tie from it to tiny body ex- cent the holders of the bonds, who pur i-liasod them for a speculation, and lound that tho investment did not pan out as thoy anticipated. Hut what substantial reason can bo given for forcing upon solvent counties the debt! of insolvent ones!" Lincoln county has n railroad debt (and 'no railroad cither) of about 272,000, but uc aro far from desiring other portions or tho stale to help us pay It. Let eviry man bear his own illlS. The schemo proposes that the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 January 1874

THE TROY. HERALD, JANUARY 28, 1874. 9. C. CAM. J, M. M'LILLAM Cake & MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, 0111c lu Court House, Troy, Lincoln County, Ho., Bnjr and Sell Land, Glvo Abstracts ol Tllltm, lMnta or Lands, Write Deeds, Mortgages, &;., l'ay Taxes lor Non Itcsldcnli. PROPERTY VOH NAI.K. THE ST. LOUIS H.1TTER. No. 2 Coul lund ; 40 acres under told with a vein of coul twelve loot thick, within Hfty fret of the ground ; eight mile west from Troy, l'rleo l,i"J. No. 4 Snlltift county land ; nn Im proved farm of 400 acres , i!2t acres under lenre. ll'O acres timber. Hewed log hone of flva room one ami u half stork high ; t isnanl house eighteen by eighteen tret: living ami a cistern well ut tin; house. een aprlug on tho I'uriii and ii stream of living water ut one cud u' It. An orchard of one hundred and seventeen fruit tree now lu touring, sevcu miles from liruwnville. an a railroad. Will lie sold cheap mi long tint, or exchanged lor propel I) hi this county or tu St LoUl. So. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANTJRY 28, 1874. Prei AfTHlWN. An Illntlroted Monthly Journal, unl icraiuiy nuinmeu iu ue mu iihiiu 'aoriiest Periodical in tlio World. A Itcpi-oaenlntlve and Clinm ploii of American Totlct. Hmt for Hale ! Bak or Now Blare. '11... tl.ll.... .l.llnl.. I ...LI. ..II . I.. liu iiuiiiu, mill uil mu FCKU larlty, has none oftho temporary or tluicly Interest characteristic of ordinary periodi cals. It In tin I'li'Kiint miscellany of pure, IlKht ntnl wruci'fu I Utiratnrc i u ml n collection VI llll'IIHl-i., lllll mrui-l nIUCIIIICIIS Ul arilSUC skll), ill Mack hiiiI wlillc Alllnllli each succeeding itutilier afford n fresh pleasure to IN friends, tlm rial value of I he Aldlue inn or iiiiki apiircciaicu aiier ii in iinnmi up lit tlm Hose of the year. While other publi cations tuny . (jnlm superior cheapness, n compared with rhaln ola similar claw. The Aldinn In u.'(j'tilUt and original conception Almifl llll.t llli.ifilir.il..liniLuiiliafillifnlw tulll.n.i viiv hiiu i.yifiii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 January 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JANUARY 28, 1874. ALL THI NIWi, MafNphUHDoiTMl ANDERSON A WILLIAMSON, OHAIN OP NOCKS, MO., Lumber Yard andPlaningMilu Keep conMnntly on liaml all kinds of lumber of every nrnde, which they c II at St. I.011I Drlcc.i. Thcv call csiirclnf nltrntlun to the quality of the work donu by their plnmni; mill, belnjr alllled that for UiiUh ami stylo It cannot bf itirisiil. On n few day' no tiro will furnish Sycamore flooring mid kldliiir. Will furnish kiln-dried lumber on ten day notice. Order riijcctfully lollvi urn. TTW term n lirilirli vtinl t Mr. I.. C. Wriixut. In Troy, where" anything In our line can uc iuu. n;Kpuin F. W. HARBAUM, Manufucturtr of Wagtm, Bmggiou, F10WM, Wheelbarrows. All kind of Wagon, heavy, light and pring oiw j - on iiiuiu. BUGGIES OF EVERY STYLE Made t nrdrr mi short notice. AM. WOltK WAIMt ANTED on kiime term a otkur faculties. Repairing Promptly Done. All material ned. whetner In new work I r In rcpalrih". In of the bent quality thut ill he obtaine...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 January 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, JANUARY 28, 1874. tROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 28, 1874. tm THE MBUAO 0V UHC0UI I will tell you Implement!, inch o the eolebrated Champion Reapor nnil Mower, BocltoyoKeapor and Mower, Keyitono Corn Planter!. Blnckhawk Cultivator for riding or walking, Sulky Rakei, the 'Farmer! Friend (train DrllU, Buckeye Drill, Deer & Co'i Mollno Plowi, Com Shcllori, Cider Mllli, c Termi to lull tho limes, and prleoi tfuarauteed-to bo as low ai tho lame ffrado of machlnci van bo bought In tho United States. Tho above machines aro warranted to give entire satisfaction, or money refunded. IMcaso call and seo for vonrselvci. J,r' ITN0T ii4 JTroy.Mo. New stylci bost Prints 10c. Coffee, 8 pounds for a dollar. 114 WOQIiFOLK & GORDON. BVIINRSH CHANOK. Mr. Goo. 8. llutt Is this day ad- mitted as a tncmbor of our firm, Mr. Will H. Young retiring. No chango mado in tho business or stylo of tho linn. Paukeh, Ckkws & Co. Jon'y 20, 1874. . J cm kh. The grand jury us drawn by tho cou...

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