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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 February 1874

THE TKOY HERALD, FEBRUARY 18, 1874. glEGEL & BOBg Wbeloale and Retail (Valors in, and Manufacturers of nUONZK, (JILT AND GLASS CHANDELIERS, FOtt (IAS AND COM. OIK. Cotil Oil Lamps mitt Trlmmmlngs, .... 17. V............. UrOIIZO jlUCK!, IIIUIIM r inline 'mid Ornament. Wrought Iron IMpo niul Fitting lor Slcnm, Guv and Witter. rats Oeodt, Vlv. and Cka. rMtmatr Furnished. COMBINATION 6AS MACHINE, Tho Safest ami most reliable Apa rat U8 mndo For Lighting Country Residences, Churches. Seminaries. Store. Asy lums, &c. It produces n Um rqtml to ;unl una, lor less tnuii VI per l.uuu n KVKRV .VAt'lllMU W.tRKJtNTlID Dean's Patent Steam Pumps, Holler Fred lump, llrotvery 1'iimps, Tunk I'uiiips, Mlnlnir l'umn. Fire rumps. Oflli c niul Sulornom : Vtor North Fll'tli Htroot, Manufactory nml Worshop, 15 It 17 8. 6th. NT. LOUIH, MO. Jan rtUim H est aur art rp FANCY GAME AND HEAT IIOTJHE, J. L. 11m opened a restaurant and fancy meat nml game house In Troy, where everything In arrcu iu iiu ver...

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. — 18 February 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, FEBRUARY 18, 1874. ProiBeotus for ii74toventh Year THE Ait lUimlrnted Monthly Journal, uni versally admitted to bo tliu Hnikl lomcst Periodical In Uio World. A Ut'iroMcnlBtlvo nncl .Chain j)Ioii of American Tuitcv. Not tor Hale In Book or New Mores. Tim Aldlne. while limited with nil the watt tarity. ban initio or tint temporary nr tliiifly intfirvKt chur.ictirli.tle or ordinary Pyrh" mh: It I mi oloiMiil mUri-Iliitiy m p ire, IhthtnndsracrftillltiMiuret itmlii eolleoii.'U .0? picture, Hie rarest spcolnmn urttMl.J rtlA, In black mid white. AllhoiiK h ca. li ' lutfi'cc'lliiK number nllord a Ircj h pleasure to dls Iriemls. the rt'iil value or thu Ahllno will bo i i. "l appreciated lifter It I bound til .1 ilia i- J o? the xar. While other publi Mlii n may claim Mtpcrlor cl.captic. , " mparcd with rival ol lm lar cla.. ho Aldlno lrt tinlipio mid orlKlllill eullei'itloll Soii"uiiilUliapili.uilicil--al.ollltelyiilth'ill iiilllpetlllim III price or chancier. I lie pus i,c...

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. — 18 February 1874

THE TEOT HERALD, FEBRUARY 18, 1874. r. a. cam, ,T. M M'LBLLANl Cake & MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, Office ill Court lloune, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo Buy and Sell Lutid, Glvo Abstract! of Tilled, Pints ol' Lnmls, Write Deed. Murtirnirno &., Pay Tuxes lor Noli Itesldeuts. pnopr.nrv ran ami. Jta. 2 fJunl Imul: 4U ncres under letd with a wlnofi'o.il twelve rout thlt'k. wttliln Hfiy reel r tin- ground ; clulit iullc wont Irom Troy, vrwa ei.iu. No. 4 Siillim ciuiiiy land : nn Jm nriirod farm of 40.1 acre. '1M acres under fence. 12(1 acre timber. Jltwpil log house f 11 vd room 4 mil! ami u hair storlc high ; n tonant house eighteen liy eighteen leet; a living and a cistern well id tlie hniic, cvcn spring on the farm and it stream ol llilnt water at onn end of It. An orchard or olio hundred and Heicntccn fruit tree now In hearing, isevcn mile renin lirounsvlllc. nim railroad. Will lie sold cheap on long H1112, or exchanged for property in thin county or lllt Lollls. No. 6 limine nn...

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. — 18 February 1874

I i THE TROY HEflALD, FEBRUARY 18, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FJiAJY it, 1874. Thli bIJ ud drawing Iim been in doflnltelr postponed. Tlio sub-agents aro lioreby notified to return all Money received by thcin for tickets 0,d 11. W. Pkhmnb, Ag'f TO THK PUBLIC In view of tfio early expiration of . . ft it . thfl tlx mouuit te.'m 01 uio ruunc School department of tlio Public and llluli School under our charge, wo tako tlili occasion to atinounco Hint tho school will bo continued on a tub ncrlptlon basis, ou tlio s.iino plan, for n term of four months, bcginulng March 8th, 1874. TKRMfl rrit MONTR, For regular branch department exclu sively, fJ.OO 3.00 Tot both regular and extra branch de partments, Par extra brunch drnnrlmrnt cxclu (lively, for the llrot tudy, 1.50 Far each additional study, 00 Tuition tnyublo inoiitlily, or one half In advance, and tho othor hull' nt tho cud of tho term. No deduction will bo mado oxcopt in cases of pro tracted sickness. (J. M. II. TllUHMOND, Principa...

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. — 25 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD. TRO Y, LIS COLS COUNTY , MO., imjKSli'. Vl )L. 9. SO. S. TK O Y II E K A J . D, Pl'Bl.lNllKII II V FISHER Sc MUDD, Vfi.no it Ynt In Ailviitttto. RATI! OP ADVERTISING. l.niiare t Insertion it fin1" ;clt aililltlniiiil liiM-rlton 7ft' .vruiuiMrtimr-.vuicc. .1 ni F.twi j. uliiiiciit Notice ; mi Stray Notice. H"i(lc stray) a (m Km. h Mii.tltiniul stray In -Vim. notice. . im I II.. . I .1.. .1. .. ...lit ..... . . ..s ... trtrrrilm-r. L.iiii'iiii iii'iiiit.'iiuii liiii iip i imut in nifii ur . ... .. .. in.-.... , ,iu iim- im; res-mar run nilllll must conclude that Hit we par- rrl'Vffi".' I'xud";inlf f..r .rt-!tlll Investigations of tliu owners of No ecrtlllratn of piilill.nl loii will Im made I ,',u ln"'l?ll, ""t warrant tliu assertion .ntil kiiiIi iiiilillcuiliiii Im lucn iiulil nr.! that coal exists therein almost inex- Hi iiiiiHiiiwrviim f this rule fin lucn , hntistililequaiitllles, or that the opin- taHii)v,oii(a iiiii.litriiilliMiii.l!iltniillo. Itino of u skilful...

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. — 25 February 1874

: TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, VKIVY 2. 1874. (From HlackwouU'i Mnalin. rwii.iMirr'i wiktiiii. Unco inoro 1 statu! beneath this reading Wb'-'ro'iiilkliisf. ilnainlni:. loving, w have lain Now thou ar'oifoiio beyond riiuiiglit's utmost ho inutiy n nappy "ay. .....i. IJcyulld the Joy wo know, the wrf, the pain, Out on tlieilliii. lail way. The nintili'in N resolved for Hire, but I. t'nHii'il, iuetlolilii)f, di'tlialoiiif, tlll re main, . . . ... Ami notliliiK llimi wilt my, Movno weak tlioitdost nut ln-cti:iy or; ? U iiiuiuorv mi yaiil'lilng, o vain. Thai death wipes all away ? (Iti, cruel secret, wilt thou neVrhe t.il.l y oil, turtiirinir nature, that was once a ell's. Vouchsafed in hvo to n. Why lend tliotl kvtil til Joys of old. , Yhosu lnnir- ami iiiy f vanl-h'-d li:iipuir To :iir mo vvlththniitliur? Let lilt forget! oh. blllliUhi""' ryo that look J'orevcr hmkwiiril to that liaiiy paul, llclihid licr grave tint Hoi. I III. Iiolil not up that s ul, pathetic book Ul'ioic'i wcot record" I...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 February 1874

THE TROY. HERALD, FEBRUARY" 25, 1874. 1 Maiitli'tvmtrra Kauo, ftctii'v Siovvnrt, editor on ho Amcr fcau Jijrfeitfturint, luiinr vlsltuil ihi' country Intci'M-otal lv tlio Atclil Mtn. Topnka !iml Smilii Fh inllrmul, Wi lto- to A. K.Toil!!:illii,To)ckii,K.. I'OUIinilsllinur lor tlio fctllU 01 llllisC TIicmoII U frcnorallv ti denn. black lotinl, ic-llng on ii lighter rolort'd ' miliwill of loam, eliiy or gravel, boih , mil and Mtbull lidng o punui Unit surlaco water readily paM." through ' litem, ami in no i fii;"J there anv dil'- li'-nliy experienced in eroding' with liMi'xct iiml wiigoiH or stuck, miv wn lor-Vourse.- or ImiN ot renin. Till piroliy of I lu: oil, while il renders ' it eapalile of being plowed lir worked immediately alter Hie heaviest rains, at Hit; "-ami! time keeps it constantly i moist by eyaporalum from below, mil iiroifct- it from drouth. Within i -in noiirs oi um ec.-Kaiiou ol u rain in winch I judge at Ica-t Ihrcn inches l' wnler 'tell, f sow farmers breaking -ml...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 25, 1874. TROY JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, KKU'YJ, 1874. II. C. IJuchord, member of coiigrefii from tho lllth district or Illinois, has returned tils back pay, after so long a time, Including tils increased pay llic present congress, amounting to six thousand mid lorty-nliio dollars. Ills must bo a grange district, and lio wants to nppcaso tholr wrath. Tho legislature of Massachusetts has deemed it necessary ;to pass an net prohibiting manufacturers from employing women or children under eighteen years of ago uioro than sixty hours a week, or ten hours a dav. They havo buen in tho habit of work trig tlioni from twelve to thirteen hours a day in Ihut self-righteous and superbly loyal acre. Ambrose Cor, tho brutal murderer of Miss Abblo Summers, has been granted a new trial. It is useless to allow the law bearing upon thU de gree of crime to stand upon our slat utcs; trials tinder It are mere farces. If ever any wretch deserved hanging, this Coo certainly docs; but h...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 25, 1874. v. a. CAM. J. M. M'LBM.IH i Cake & MoLellan, Real Ettatt Agents, Office In Court House, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., Buy ntul Sell Lnml, Givo Abstraclt oi Title, Tints or Lnmls, Write Deeds, Mortgage, Pay Tuxes lor Nun Itosltlcnts. IIOIKRTV FOR At.r.. If o. Coal lund ; 4U acre under laid with Vein of coal twelve Ir.ct thirl;. within fifty fret of the ground ; eight intlo west from Troy, I'rleo "1,000. j No. i Sit 1 1 no county laud; nn Ini-. proved rami or 4W acres, 'JriO turn under ' mire. IM acres timber. Hewed liijt house f ilvr rooms one and u hair stories high ; a mailt house eighteen liy eighteen feet; n lltlnit ami a cistern well ut tliu house, sccii nriugs oil the rami ami a stream or living water at one end or It. An orchard or one hundred ami seventeen fruit tree now In hearing, seven inllcs Trout llrowiisvlllo, on a railroad. Will Iir sold cheap on long lime, mr exchanged for propcity In thU county or hi SI Louis. No. U House nnd 1 lo...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 February 1874

THE" TROY jMERLlO),! FEBRUARY 25118741 ProtpMtul for l874-Sevnth Yer An 1H'iMinlcAMmitlil.v.ToMMil1, mil. crsnlly tidihil toil to Imj tlio IIiiihI loiiicit l'fcrlocllcal I" the World. A Kcnrescnlntlvo ntitl Chum Ion of American Tastes. Not tor ! In' Bonk or Sow Store., Thr AMIhi'. whllrl-Mieil with all tlierritn. hirllv, ii'iii.' of the Iciupiirary or timely liitere-t charactuiliiiiii til' urtllH.irv poiio.Jf. niK It U n m rim ini-eiiiany or pure, i Ilirhfniiilf.'rai'ifullli.'i'.'iStiro: n:nt u f !?! i.m iij' plclure. the rure-t .-pivintrn- of jtft 1-t t hklll. In 1'l.tiU mil white. Althumth each Micnclliut Muint.cr iiiliiiil-: tiv-li ple.'i-iirc M it fi-lcniN, tho real jahm il tJie . liHin I will lif mo-t tipptvchite.lartcr t 1- l.outul tin at the iiucnf tin-.M i"1. Whlleotlurpiil.il.; illoiH imiy claim Miperlur cheapim-i, ii. roiniiiircil with i-J til- ol a Mmlhir cla. I he j Ahllno Uiitilihiiiuaml ul llti:it tnneepilon.- alone ttml tiiiitiri:ilH'il ab.nhitcly without ruiiipctllbm...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 2b, 1874. DMIXISTHATOlPS XOTIUK. IHM IHT-i V Sutler I licrehv irlirli that Irttcrsiif, glEGEL & BOBg Whf.Nnti- mid llctall Dealer In, an.! Maiiill'arllii'cl' "f P.ltOXZP., (SILT AND CLASS CHANDELIERS, roit OA's AND COAI. Oil., (.ml Oil Lump nml Trliiiiniiiltig, l'.riiii.-j Clocks, llrutiu I'tptirrug ami OriimncMils, Wrought lion Pipe- miiM-'lltliig! lor tjtiNiin, (jilt uinl Wilier. nrms oaods. Valvos and Cocks. li-tiliiatc PurtlWie.l. C0ftl3INATI9N 8AS MACHINE Ap:i- ailliilliMratlull were Kfaliti'd to tlm under. 1 m H JIM , J, I JP Jt Still to be Made county. Mo., tin the'jstlnlay in .inn.. iKii. ' rcroii li;iliijr claim tialnt ahl cttih 1 air i'i'iiilivi I'M'Nliltilt them In Iln: admin-1 dilator I'm :IIm.v :iti.-c wtlliin one : Iruin lite date nf -aid Idler, in' lliry limy In1 pre-1 i IhiImI n mil 11 11 v he nellt "I' ahl i'li.li' : nml ' If not i'aIiIMccI tor alluwalicp within two Var. Ilirv will In- Inrcici'lialTcd. ' l. lil .lii-i. W. IIOl'lH.AM). A...

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. — 25 February 1874

THE TROY HERALD, FEBRUARY 2b, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEII'Y ORAXUB PBOCtKBIMlH. KW (inANOKfl. Col. If utton rcturncitto tills county lat week and organized icvcii or eight .'ranges. Jackson Grange nt Jackson's school house, three tulles west of Troy, or jjanloil with 1'. (i. Shelton mnstcr, j, II. Hrlttoti overseer, Clms. Ilnl- omb lecturer, W. H. Uartuolow sec retary. Kennedy Grange, ten miles west ot Troy, W. "Ii'imoii master, Alex. Ken nedy overseer, 0. Kennedy seciotury, (, J.JStewurt lecturer. Millwood Urfliigo organized Jast Wednesday. Wu did not leuru the names of the officers. At each of these meet lugs more than the number admitted as charter members enrolled i themselves. We btire not been in formed 5s to the locality of the other granges. From the Indications as presented, this county will bo as thoroughly 'organized as any in the Mate. Shall wo secure; the irnetlcal results that are being developed .through this agency elsewhere ' FKOM I.OflSVII.M:. The following ...

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. — 4 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO MARCH 4, 1874. SO. 0. TROY HERALD, rum.tAHKD ny FISHER &, MUDD, AT tjll. f5 a Ycnr In Atlvnnco. RATES OF ADVKRTISINO. 1 snuarc 1 Inaertlon ft AO fltvli additional Insertion 7ft Atl'illlitftratorN Notice it 00 filial Settlement Notices S 00 Mray Noilee (lncln Mntv) U 00 Knell additional stray In mmn notice,. 1 Oil Liberal deductions will be made to reirular Mlvartier. AdveriWeme ntt will ttikc tint regular nm f tln paper. Kxtru charges made fur pre ferred place. No eerillleatc of publication will be made ifltil iuli publication ha born iiuitl Tor. The mm-oliM-naiice or tliU rulo Im been tin deration of much trouble and actual lo- Our trrui arc: Cifdi in advance, on mill. MctptioiiK : e nh on delivery, rot job work Mid c.a.h on demand, foriidicrtlnftnciiti. COURT DIRECTORY. Cmcvtr Comer. Kind Mondav after the fanrth Monday In Mureli ami September. ColTNTV Comer. Second Monduv in Feb wary, Muv, August, and November. I'lmn.m: CouilT....

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 March 1874

TROY "UERAtl WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1874. tug tnouAirr ghost story. Ami nltrtftt ah tin crlms t " rn,.SuL!0 ,he Krave " Copt. Per qulto clear that Tim died or him, . I ft, aff. 1 I'll ok mm a. i ..... I 1 1. . ... . . . a . I. ...I . i a. . . wos no .gnivo-tiiggcr lucre, nor no lOllOll grave, ns Tim lind fimrlr.l. I Went back and 10111111 Tim trot looking ..i..u.ll.t . .j. ...... . ? u wiin nnu wnito M DCiors; but bud mill 111 nil IHC RUtHO. ' "'Well?' liiqiiirtMl the doctor. viit t ...... 11.,. 1 ..11. . . itjllllVU) 'lllIU 9 IIUIII- Poor Tim's fancy has chcuted, hihI It's my oiilnioiiiliin noorbov la nut 11 1 uu well. Ami wliul am I to, do about ii.-iijrilll nun ." "'You 11111 ft f connrt Iitiri. of xmip.n said thu doclor, 'tint 1 don't think much harm will coino 10 him out of that. O'f.oughliii you must go into the hosnllal lorn dnv or two. nn.1 t ...in . ...:.. ... win lrive von some stun unit win bring you out ngalu right as n trlvnt. huh you win see no more ghosts.' "'J im shook ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 March 1874

THE TJROY HERALD, MARQH 4, 187$. About the Oct. It Is astonishing to what mws the feet and, toes could bo put, It necessity sroiolut'a lull development ot their powers. Thoro is if way of educating the foot, as well us thu hand or the eye mul thcru Is no telling what an vducutetl loot can be made to do. In tho time of Alexander, tho Indians vwo taught to draw their bows with their feet, us well tu with their hands, utid this is done ut thu present time by thu Hock Vecldulu of Ceylon. And nearly nil stivtijjc tribes ran turn their toux,'not only to (rood but to had account, like the Aborigines of An tralla, who, while they are cunningly diverting your intention with their liandu, are lusliy etitfuifcil In commit tiug robbLM'ius Willi 1 1 1 (. 1 1' toes, with which they pick up articles us an elephant would with his trunk. So also thu Hindoo makes his toes work at the loom, ami weaves with them with hi much dexterity us with his lingers. The Chinese eirpoulur wlll.hold tho piece of wo...

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 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MlAJRCH 4, 1874. TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH i, 1874. JOS. A. MUDD, I 5,,w' We linvo received a copy of the speech of Hon. Slllson Ilutchliis advocating tlio N'lcdnor claim. Andrew Johnson is already loom lug up as t lie prospective candidate lor u sent In tlio next congress. He can novel' reallzo tlio fact that his .political day lias passed. Tlio bushiest men of Now York aro getting tip n memorial against Iho proposed Isstto by eonjrrfcss of the lDity-four nilllloii dollars roscrve. Tluy clulnt that some financial policy requires the early abandonment of the legal-tender system altogether, ius'.cnd or tho proposed expansion. In tlio Massachusetts legislature the resolution censuring Mr. Sunnier p:i.cd in 1 S7'J for his ellbrts to pre vwiit the perpetuation of the memory of tlio lute civil strife were ordered to lie expunged. Tho vote stood one hundred and eighteen to forty-nliio. In the new senatorial apportion ment bill introduced by senator ltciiccl.e, Lincol...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 March 1874

' THE TROY HERALD, MARCH 4, 1874. SHERIFF'S SALE. In Partition. Until It. i'orter and John W. l'ortcrlicr liiisbunJ, mid Sumy U. Jewell Pl'ffa. versus Ualihatt Stemlliitfcr ami William Jewell. Hy virtue nd autlmrlly of hii order of sale If.ticd from tho oflleo of the clerk of the clr fiilt I'diirt of Lincoln county, MIoiirl. dated Kclirunry IT, 1874, lu the hIiovo untitled esusc 1 will Oil Friday, April 3, 1874, hctween tin! hour of ill no o'clock In the forenoon ami ttvc o'elnek In tltr afternoon of l nit Mar. :it tho court inline door in tlie town nfTrov, Lincoln county, MIoiirl, rail the following docrlliril real entato Mtiiate In Lincoln county. MIourl. at public vendue tin-cull in hand, to the liMiet Milder, to. wit ! the fouthwext itiarter of the muth wet iti.irter of KCi'tion eighteen, In towndilp titty or mine iwo c.ii, coiiiaitiiiiu uiiyiwu acres ihiiim or ie. T. M. OAUTKIt. Sheriff. Ily J. A. MeDoN.u.ii, 1). 8. liUnn L3 IIEUIFF'S SAW..-llv lrtucnurt ) luithorlty of n trans...

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

THE TEOY HERALD, MARCH 4, 1874, An Illustrated Monthly Journal, unl vcrsally ndmltted to be tho Hand loraest Periodical In the World. A Keprcienlatlvo and Cham, plon of Amcrlcnu Tattci. Nat far nk r Nam St area. Tho AMlno, while totted wKh all the regu larity, hanuone of the temporary or timely Interim characteristic t.r imllnary perlodl. In. It Is mi etcjrant miscellany of purr, llghtond graceful literature ; mid n collection of pictures the rtirc-t Mteihii.iiii. of artistic aktll, In black nnd whttc. Although each nuecccdltig number affords n fre h pleasure to It friends, the real ultto of thu Alillne will ho most appreciated after It I bound tin nt tho ilosc of tbc year. lillo other jmbll ration may elftltn Miperlor cheapncM, a ..nmiuired with rivals nt a Mnillar cla, J ho .AMlno ln tinliiue lUid orlulnal conception tilonc and UiiapiM'naelii.-il-Hihsolutely without (oinpetltlnit hi rieo nr character. I lie pos K"iorof a complete vn'lime cannot dillilleato the Humility nl rttie pa...

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 March 1874

THE TROY HEEALD, MARCH 4, 1874. . a CAKE, I, II. M'tlLlAX Cake ft MoLellan, Rttl Ettite Agents, Office In Court House, Troy, Lincoln County, Mfc, Bny mid Soil Laud, Give AuitracU'ol Title, Pints of Lttidt, Write Dcmlt, Mortgage, &c, l'sjr Tuxes lor Non Kesldeiiti. pnpeTT rest ale. So. 2 Coal Inntt ; 40 acres under bid with a vein or coal twelve Ret thick, within titty feet of thu KroHtnl ; eight allies west from Troy, l'rlco 61. tm. No. 4 Saline county land ; an Itn- firoTcil farm of 400 acres, 220 acres under nee. l'.M nvtcd timber, Hewed loir lioti-e or vo rntmu oho aim it nasi stories man ; n tenant house eighteen lit- eighteen fi'i't: a Mving ami u cistern well at the house, ceven p Hues on the funn nnd stream of lit lift water at one end of it. An orchard of one hundred mid seventeen fruit trees now In bearing, ecn miles from llrowusvlllo, on rauroaii. wn uu com oucn on mint time. r exchanged for property lu thli county or IU SI IOIU". No. 6 llouno and 4 lota In Troy bouse ...

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. — 4 March 1874

THE TBOY HERALD, MARCH 4, 1874. TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY, MAllClI 4, 1874. Editora Herald : In .your lituu ol tlio 28lh of Jail.. 1 noticed an article front votirscli in refcraiice to the Troy school, containing a report of mo same, ii ia ifimuyiug iu niww tlmt iliu clllrcusof Troy aDUrociuto education, and take uii lutercst In tlio school of that place The tcneiiur can do much, J)ut without Interest niitl cncourntfcmeniirora ino patrons, much must u loll undone. I viiited vour school a low tlavaairo. and found everything in good working order, ino organization i wuruugu mm ui :iillnu perfect. 1 witnessed several recitations, und found it the object of tlio Instructors to Imvo each lesson thoroughly understood by I ho class; thu work itself to command the at tention and Interest of tlio class Is no Mimllouo which has proved a success. Jt is indeed no small work upon the part of the Messrs. Thurmond to so thoroughly organlzo and discipline oiiu hundred and eighty students, in bo short...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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