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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD; VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FEBRUARY 4, 1874. ' STO. 5. TROY HERAIiD, rUBUSHBD BY Wisher & mud1, AT 1.50 a Year In Advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Imertlon ft M Each additional Insertion "ft Administrators' Notices 3 00 yiiikt ietUcuient Notices 3 0) tray Notice (single stray) 3 0) K:U additional stray In sawio notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to regular tsUcrtlscrs. Advertisement will ta1e the regular rim the paper. E.:tra charges uado lor pre lor red place. No cci'tlilcata nf publication will be toads -ii HI such publication baa been raid fur. The non-ob.icrv.iucu or this rule has been Nie occasion ol much trouhlo and actual loss' Our term are: Cash In advance, mi sub. cipiion; i-:tsii on delivery, lor job worn anu casu on iirr.iauu, lorauveruscnicms. COURT DIREOTORY. rincmr CoeitT. First Monday after tlio fourth Monday in .Murch and September. County Court. jocund Monday In Feb mnrv.Muv. Ati::u.-t. und November. I'Hon.vrr Collar...

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. — 4 February 1874

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FKB'Y 4, 1874' KIT BABLIKO'S NHOCS. Ood'blcM tho flltle feet ttut cat) never go Kor tlw'ifftfa shoos are empty In tho closet laid awoyi .... Sometimes I Like ono In tny band, forget- llllg, llll 1 H60 It li a little Imlf-worn ilios, r.ot largo cnougli for 1110 ; . And all nt once I foel a sense of bitter Iom sndpala, ,v . Aa sharp as when two yean ago It cut my uiuri iu twain. O. little feet that wearied Dot, t watt for tlinm tin mnPA. For 1 am drifting with the tide, but they hnt-n i-finhed tho shore t And wlill" inoso Minding tear-drops wot tliRvi nine iiiom ro ou, J put 011 them a vatuo high uliovc tbclr price In gold ; , And A I lay them down again, but always turn 10 say Ood bli' Urn ilttlo foil that now so surely cannot stray. And while I thus am standing, I almost seem III SCO Two little forms ucsldo luc, Just as they used to lie I Two little faces lined their sweet and tender ' I'Vl'.ll Ah, nic! I might have Itnowu that look was Imrn or Paradise. I re...

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. — 4 February 1874

THE TEOY HEBALD, FEBBTTARY 4, 1874. A Taagk Old Ceaylc. I The toughest tnitu In America lire two miles below this nlaco. Ills nuino III. A. Koto. Hall over 75 years aid. Within the Inst ton years ho has had both legs broken, liU skull smashed, liU hip dUlocatud, u sliouU dor-bliulo and tlirco ribs fractured", nil arm broken nud Ids teeth knocked out all by runaway accident. Ho always drives a young and tpirltod Jiorio before awugon over forty years ,olri. Ills harncsx is patuhed up and tied together with runes and siring. After every ono of his accidents ho has insisted on getting around buforo the broken bones wuro prunurly sol. Tho consequence is that Ills limits mo crooked and not to bo relied on. Ho Is obliged to attend to his work on r.rutehes, but still drives fractious young linreos to his dilapidated wagon. The horse that will not rear Mild plunge at the fcight of the cars is too tamo for him, uud he exchanges It for another. Mr. Huso has a wifo as tough at hiiuxelf. Kite Is...

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. — 4 February 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, FEBRUARY 4, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y 4, 1874. THE. J09. A EUra. ! Tho friends of tho county debt Mtuniptlon icheino have Abandoned tho undertaking as Impracticable and unfeasible, n substitute to be Intro duced In lieu thereof. Jni. M. Bonnf editor of lha Paris Mercury, died on tho SOUt Inst., at .his rosldcnco In Paris, Ho was rep resenting his district in tho state sen ate at .tho timoof Ills death. Sonator Btrothor has introduced a bill tonrohlhlt county courts appoint ing any of itsofllccrs commissioners or superintendents of roads, or awarding to them any contract. "Brick" Pomeroy has returned from Europe, where hobos been recre ating tho past few months, and will coutuulo in his paper thoso charming ketches under tho nam of " Our Saturday Night." Ono of those will be found on our second page. President Grant did not submit a mcssngo on tho Louisiana troubles, and. It is said that ho has rc-cotisldcred his position and wheeled into party lines again....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 February 1874

THE TROT HERALD, FEBRUARY 4, 1874. ANDERSON WILLIAMSON, CHAIN OP ROOKI, MO., LnmberYftrdaadPlaningMilis Kimn rankf antr on liirnd Ml kind of lumber f every prode, which tlicy arlt atflt.'liOttl S price. They rail especial attention lo the ullly of th work done by their planing III, being sarisfleil thtt for flntsh and otylu It xiannit lut nrnaupi4. (In Tow ilnvs' no Ueo will fnriilsli Sycamore iloorlnt? and atdlnt,. Will fornMi klln-drlcd luniberon ten days notice, tirdcn rcpci;trui.y solic ited. l-TWf kenn n br.tnch vard nt Mr. L. C Wright', hi Troy, where anything Inour Mao uuu uu iiuui ..uaivm .F.W.HARBATJM, Manufacturer of Wagon, Buggies, All kind of AVii-nns, heavy, light and spring ulwuys on Inuid. 0U66IES OF EVERY STYLE Made to order on short notice. AM.WOHK WAKItANTED on tame terms a otlui UotaiUf. Repairing Promptly Done. AH material ued, whether luaewworh rln repairing. Is of tuo best quality that mn lie obtained. villi? VV A "TVT 11 Wc WU b,vc ,,,or' VV J l X Hi W fjctlu ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, EEBRURY 4, .1874. PrMetu fr l74fvrith Yoar An llttisttatod Monthly 1'Io",",, Vl versnlly udmlttcd to bo the i Haml ornnat Periodical In tlio World. A UcnroieiiUtlro nml Clmnt ploii of American Tastes. nt .frlttlM'BMk mNwi atsrei. The Aldine, while Issued with nil the regu lar! y. Iiu none rt1ic tiiniirry or time v t7iuwlirharacterltlc of ordinary period -,l. It I n elegant inlsccllauy of pure. Ilrhtaiidgraceful literature: andu collection if pictures'. Ilic rarest specimen of artistic kklA, In liluck ana whit.;. Although each um-cUltur number aQord a fresh plurc to it friends, tho real alue of tho Al.Jhic will he ino,thpproclatrJ aft.-r t is i bourn ill. ut tho cloc of the year. While other publi cation may Halm superior cheapness, a compared with rival ol a slm lar Hal, flic Aldine I a unlu,ue and original coiuop loti U m" aii.liin.ipi'r.wehed--al.Miliitely wllhoiit competition In price or character. Tin; !"; wiMinifa complete volume cannot duplicate the quantity a...

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. — 4 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 4, 1874. r. C.CAM. J. W. 'LKXAH THE ST. LOUIS MI.1TTER. Cake & McLellan, Real Estate Agents, Office lu Court House, Troy, Lincoln County, Ho., Bny nnd Sfcll Land, Give Abstracts oi Titles, Pints of Lamia, Write Deeds, Mortgages, &c., Pay Taxes lor N'on ltcsUtunts. ikopi:rtv von sale. No. 2 Coal laud; 40 acres under Villi willi a ( In of fo.il twelve feet thick, within fifty feet uf llif ground ; cllit milo I wnt from Troy. Trice f I. WW, No. -1 Saline county land ; nnini-i tinned Urtii of 4011 ncrcn. 220 acrci under loncc, 12 acre timber. Hewed lotf house of live rooiiH tine ami u half ittorln hljli ; it tenant hmi.-c cL'htccn by clhtcni lecti a II vine and cistern wi ll at tin- Iioiil, seven prints mi l lif I'.irm mid u stream of living water at one end of It. An orchard nf'ono hundred mill seventeen fruit trees now in bc.irliii,'. net en mill'-Iroin llrowmv llie, on a railroad. Will Ik- sold cIiciji oil lontf time, nr exchanged for propel ty In li...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 4, 1874. TROY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y 4, 1874' tiib wAnmenn or mwcowi cAtiirrr. ' I will nil you Iraptemonti, inch n Ihe celebrated Champion lleaper nml Mower, Buekeyo ltoaper and Mower, Keystone Corn IMantere. Mlaokhawk Cultivator for rliUtig or walking, Hulky Rakee, tUo Farmers Friend (Jraln Drilli, Buckeye Drills, Deer & Co' Mollno Plows, Corn Sbcllcre, Cider Hilli, &c. Terms to suit tho times, and prlcos guaranteed to bo ns low as the same grado of machines caa bo bought in the United States. Tho above maohlnca aro warranted to give entire satisfaction, or money refunded. IMcaso. call -and seo lor yourselves. J.F. Lynott. ' n4 Troy, Mo. I have just returned from St, Louis with a largo amount of material ready to be manufactured Into stock. I bring on no rcadmado work but manufacture all tho saddles, harness cite, I koep, and warrant all tho work I make. 1 do repairing cheaper than nbody elso. H05t3. M. SKIHiACKK. ' Dr. llutt has erected a buildi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FEBRUARY 11, 1874. NO. 6. TROY HERALD, PUBMSIIKD BY FISHER & MUDD, AT V100 a Your In Advnuoo RATH OF ADVERTISING. 1 squsro 1 Insertion 1 M JCeh additional Insertion 7JV Administrators' Notice 3 00 Filial Settlement Notice 3 00 tray Notices (single strav) it 00 Kadi additional stray In same notice, . 1 oo Liberal deductions wilt be wade to rcsulur ntvcrilscn.. Advertisement" will take the regular run m the i paper. Extra charges made for lire furred places. No ccrllilcate of publication will be made jmtll such publication lias been paid lor. Tie non-observance of this rule fi.n lieeu Mm occasion of lunch I rouble and actual loss- Our terms are : Cash In advance. n nub. eclptlons; cash on delivery, tor Job work and vault on demand, for advertisements. COURT DIRECTORY. CiKcuir ;ot)iir.-Kirt Monday after tlio fourth .Monday lu .March and September. CoUNrv I.'ot'iir. Second Monday In Feb ruary, Mar. AiiKUt. and November. PuoiutK J'o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 11, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y 11, 1874' re my wire. The following beautiful llnoi wore written, many years ago, by a young Irish altornoy, namod Hronnan. Boon after taking to himself a young wlfo in his nntiro Erin, lio cntno to this country to seek hla fortuno, settled in New Orleans to practlco law, and sent AliAitnlnltitlni. Attacked bv rnnld eoniuaintlon. his ohvslclan informed kim ittnt Isa mamM Ifint Itnt n fntv iinvji. I, III I1W VUUIU IHD ' w The hopo of seeing hls'wlfo, oro ho tix llin wnilfl. fill A talncd him for a tlmo ; and in one of InOSO lOVIVIIlg mouicilis su uuiiiiiiuu to the consumptive patient, ho wrote theso touching lines, his parting me mento to her lie so fondly loved, but whom ho was not privileged to see agnlu : Coma to nic dearest, I'm lonely w 11 limit Hire. Daytime ami night-time I'm thinking uliuiit thi ; Klght-tlmu olid daytime In dream I behold Unwelcome the waking that cease to fold tncos , Come to mo darling, tuy M...

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. — 11 February 1874

TltE TROY HEEALD, FEBRUARY 11, 1874. COePERATIO?r That a largo number of our citizen ro Eiixtou to soo St. Cliarlos grow nnd flourish, no ono who mingles with them and listens to their dally cajircsslniu can doubt; that nu equal number are familiar with tho ways mid mom of nromotluir such growth And prosperity, Is doubtful ; mid that but k small iiroiortion of them, com uaratlvclv sneak imr. nro Biilllclenllv ontcriirUiiitf nud public spirited to iruply ilioce menm and push them to iilllmntc conclusions, the experience of the past litis umnly proven. Our coinmunily Is nut Mni'itlar iu this reirard. When we como to study the growth of cities It is discovered that tho foundation stone upon which their nrosnorltv rents wore lulil down by it tew energetic men, without tun ulii, even by moral sup unit, of the ureal mass of itcoidcbeii filtted thereby; audit is not InlVo- tieutlv tliucuc that the solf-saerlllc-hi!' cll'orl of llio lew are but meuuerlv rewarded, while the largest beuoliu ....

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. — 11 February 1874

THE THOY HERALD, FEBRUARY 11, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, VEVY 11, 1874. tnce. aen. a . rtHMBM, i Mllm. An amoudment to the school law, which was introduced at tho first ciilon of the present legislature, will bo discussed at tbo teuton now con renod. It U believed that tho fundi net opart for the common schools avo wholly Inadequate to meet tho do inand of tho system. The law as it is directs that a school shall bo taught In a district for a certain length of tlmo to enable it to draw its pro rata of the stato school money ; and tho aniondment assumes that in many cases tho funds set apart for this pur pose arc not sufficient to pay a teacher, and that the cltlsons or patrons of h tchool hare to supply this ttctlclcncy, thereby making the school not wholly n freo ono. Tho romcdy proposed It to lory and collect a sufficient revenue to support the schools for n period nf time equal to tho minimum timo al lowed by law to keep up a school in order to receive the benefit of the public...

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. — 11 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 11, 1874. W. 0. CARS. 3. M. M'LILLAH THE ST. LOUIS HATTER. Cake & MoLellan, Rttl Eititt Agents, Oflce la Court llouao, Troy, Lincoln County, Ho., Brty mud Sell Land, Glvo Abstracts ol Titles, Mats of Lands, Write Deeds, Mortgage, &c, Fay Taxes lor Nou Itcsldents. ' PROPERTY ton ALE. No. 2 OhI land : 40 acres under laid with a vein of eoul twelve red thick. wllhln liny fret of tlio ground ( cilit lnllcs voki irom Troy, i-rico n.uuu, No. 4 Siil I lie cuutity land : an Ini nrored furni of 400 acres, 210 acre under foiioc. la) iiitcii timber. Hewed log house f flv roomi one mid u half stories FiIkIi ; n tenant house eighteen by eighteen lectt n living and a cistern well ut the house, seven spring on tlm farm and u stream of living water at one end of It. 'An orchard of one hundred and seventeen fruit tree now in bcarlnjr, seven mile from llrovvnsvlllc, on a railroad. Will Im sold cheap on long time, r exrliangeil for property in this county 6r in .St Lo...

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. — 11 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 11, 1874. Frespeotus for 1874-ieventh Year mm Aftrosrav An JlltmlrMcd Monthly .fomm), unU Tcrinlly dinlltc(r to bu Hie Hand, ompst Pcrlotllonl l tho world. A Hcprcscnlntlvo mid Clmm pion of Amcrlcnn Tustcs. Rt (or dale In Hook er Kow Store. Ttio Atillne. while NmiciI with nil the rcini Uiity. tia.. imiMi nt'lhe temporary or llmolv lotcre-t eliarueterl-tb' or oritiiiury perlodl !. It Is an olejjant miscellany ol pure, ltelitiilr.icofiil HU-raltirr s iinduinlleclioii r pictures Urn rarest speilniens ol till i-tli; kill. In blaek nitil white. AlihmiB h er.oh incrrpillitK iiimluT nrturtl u irrsh pleasure to Um friends the ival valim v1.'1'1' Alilhii! will ! nio-t appreciated lifter It l bound up t the elno or Um yt'ar. Idle ottn-i- pulill nations may .l.ilm i.tiiiTlr cheapm-s. 11. oomiured with llvals olu similar class, i lie Aldlne I" a iinl'iiiP '""I nrijilnal i-oiufptloii Aloitu :tiil itiiin-:iolictl L-tln tfly without unmpplltion In prioo ni'pharaotor. Hiop...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 February 1874

THE TROT HERALD, FEBRUARY 11, 1874. ANDERSON WILLIAMSON CHAIN OP ROOKS, MO., Lumber Yard and PlaningMilis Xenp conshvitly on liaiitl nil Kinds of lumber of every crude, whleh they sell nt St. Louis prices. They rail especial attention to tlio quality of the work dono Ity their planing Mill tl.U...! IL,I A... V..I-1. .,!.. IIIIII, Vllliu ijiu.i' il ,iitti lui uiiicii ..in. ri j 114 It cannot be sttrpai.ed. On a few days' no tleo will furnish Sycamore lloorlmr uml Hiding, Will fiirul'li klln-drlcd lumber on ten d notice. Orders respectfully sulle tied. rirWc keen n branch yard at Mr. 1.. (! Wright's, In Troy, where anything In our llMcnn bahad. nari;iiim F. W. HARBATJM, Manufacturer of Wugons, Wheelbarrows Alt Muds of Wiirrnri, licsvy, llelit and rpritiK always on hand. BUGGIES OF EVERY STYLE Umlcto oi'di'i' on short notice, AM. WoIlK V AltltAN't'Kl 0:1 name term as otlur fatuJir. Repairing Promptly Done, All material iitiI, wtirtncr In new work n In n lulriiu'. is uf the best iriiall...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 February 1874

THE TKOY HEBALD, FEBBUAEY 11, 1874. TROY HERALD. i "WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y lh 1W4. to mm tAnn nraeu I will ull you Implement, Mich n the celebrated Champion .Reaper and Mower, Buckeye Keopor ,ajnd Movcr, lteytone Corn Planter!. JJIackhowk Cultivator for rldlnir or wniKWtf Sulky Rakes, tlio Farmers Fi-lcud Grain Drilli, Buckeyo Drills, Deer & Co'a Mollno Plows. Com Shcllers, Cider Mills, &c. Terms to suit tlio times, and prices guaranteed to uo ns low as tlio saino grado of machines can bo bought In tlio United States. The abort machines arc- warranted to give entire satisfaction, or inonoy refunded. Plcuso call nud sco tor ronrsolvcs. J. 1 Lynott. ' n4 Troy, Mo. LIST Ol' liKTTKHS Ucmalnlng In tlio poitolllcontTroyon tlio lnt or February, 1874, which irnot called for will bo noiit to tho Dead Luttrr olllco : llryntit l. 0. (2) Howell Albert It. Ilryatit Caleb (2) !n(' Alr,,K",1crt llrltton M. T. U) Jlarrall Mr. llcltlu. Ballrrt .fHile Mlcbiiol. Ilotliel AnUy KIiil' Mr. hllxabcth. n...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FEBRUARY 18, 1874. NO. 7. TROY HE It AT-D, PUBL18UKU IIY PISHEIl &, MUDDj AT 01. 00 o Yctir tti Advunon. RATES OF ADVIRTISINO. I square 1 liicrtlon, $1 SO Kti-li additional Insertion "IV Administrators' Notices 3 00 Final Holtli:in!tit Notices 3 00 atrav Notices (allude stravl 3 00 Kadi additional stray in sainn notice.. I 00 Liberal deductions will lie made to rcsular MVIirtlHtTN. Advertisements wilt lake the regular rim at tlio paper. Extra charges made for pre lerred place. N(icrthicatonf publication will tin made -mil silcll piiiiilcalioil lias nccii nam ir. The noii'Ubti'rvuiu'i! til' tlil ruin nan been llu- nrcailoii of much trouble, and actual low uur term arc: cnii in mivancu. mi suo. uiptlous; rush on dclhery, for job work ma asu on ticmami, niraiivcriicnieiii. COURT DIRCOTORY. Omct'lT Ciiiuit. First Monday after tlio r.uirtli Mniiiljvln March iind Si lltcllllicr. Col'NlY Co'uitT. Second Monday III Feb- nmrv,.Mav. AUgu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 February 1874

if THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 18, 1874. TROY herald; WEDNESDAY, FHB'Y 14, 1874. y FA APAttT. Bepealhthe quaint old bridge you hear The wave mak iMisie a they pass; And windlflt Uie dm treo near, You mm the- pathway UiroUfrh the eras Woore wo were wont'to walk, alas I The river wandors us ol old Beneath the shade of willow tree; Hio Imnllt water gleam ItXc gold, ' 'And ripple to the gentle breeze ; Uut t am far'fron)(tlice and these? ThotJky-bnds overbroad and blue, And in;tbe toll and mellow light, You tread the lane our footstep knew In former day, when days wore bright ; Do time days bring suclunvcet delight? Aid still that lano With grass Is green ; With frairant flowers tlic banks are fulr; In golden glosH nnd silver shorn Tho trees still hmnt the balmv nlr ; Uut yon til) fall to iind mo there. Again, perchance, 1 may not neo The nulling rows or willow trc (Which lout a lcar' canopy When wo.strollcd underneath nt csic) ; For I am far from thee mid lliu.te. Our joy forsake us. Boo...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 February 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, FEBRUARY 18, 18.74. vague memories of storici alio hail hoard of Glwy treachery floating dimly through Iter iiiluil. "Ye Meed not doubt mo.lmly," Ilia (iltny wild n liult' smile, ita sho tend ,tlio glvl'a thoughts. "Whnt tj'oort wntiht it do inn lo harm you?" "Forgive mo," snlil Lizzie. "It was Tory wrmig lo doubt yon in tlic fucc vt so much kindness; but you wilt jmrilon Hie when ( tell you tlml I nut tired unil uurvmts, mid would lie glud to lie down soutewlirvo If you will hIIow inc." kIio added, drinking oil, n obedience to n signal of the Ml.v, tho. contents of tlui tumbler, which who found lo bo largely iiruiiorlioned of brandy. A few liiliiules Inter, Lir.xio Gilbert Van sleeping soundly uudci'ti vot'llit bin (tliiy lent, on gome clean Mi aw, covered by ait old blanket, utterly lorircttul of Mm straiiuc eliimeo (bat liad' brought thu eourted belle, the iinsy Queen of tlin iiiornlii'', into tbo eotniaulou!ililn of real Gipsy va grants at night. It was Into on ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY iS, 1874. TROY JHERALD. WffpOTSDAY, FEB'Y 18, 1874. smn, a. mvmm, I - tmrmM aqiik. Tttt&ssvcnptlofilsts we it 111 at work. RopresenUtlrt Ferguson lias coinplc ted bis' substitute to fcis former bill, which net with to much opposition and Jutt Indignation. Tho main fca turca or the tubitituto are thuagivcti by the Rqntblioan't apodal t A price Is lo be fixed upoa aa the valuo of tho municipal bonds, and the stale is to issue Its bonds to purchase tho local bonds at the agreed price, tlto state bonds bearing six per cent, interest, -with twonty years to run ; I ho bonds thus purchased to bo held by tho state as ovldcnoo of debt against the coun ties and municipalities for whoso re lief they wero purchased. Tho stute it to bo prohibited from exacting a higher rate of interest than six per cent, on those bonds, beginning with 1880. Tho counties and municipali ties are required to levy a tax of not loss than three per cent, of tho prin cipal of the debt held...

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