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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 March 1874

r HERALD. THE VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MARCH 11, 1874. NO: 10. TROY TROY HERALD, , PVBLtSIIKD BY FISHER & MUDD, AT l.fSO it Year In Advtinoo. RATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 square I Insertion At ISO Kai li additional insertion TA Ad'iilnMnitoiV Notices il 00 Final Settlement Notice 8 on Stray Notices (sinirht stray) :J 00 Koch additional stray In same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to regular advertisers. Advertisement will take the regular run f the iiiii!r. Extra charge made fur pre ferred places. No certiorate of publication will be made ntll null publication has linen paid for. The noiwihservaiiee ir tliti rule has been Uie occasion of imlch trouble and nrtitul loss- Our terms uro: Cuh In advuiu'c. mi sub. sdmlon; ca-h on delivery, tor job work nil casli n dcmiind, lor advertisement. COURT DIRECTORY. Cincn r Couut. First Monday after tlie fourth Monday in Miuvli and September. County Ciii'itT. Second Monday In Feb ruary, May, August, mid November, ritoiiAT...

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. — 11 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD, .MABGH 11, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1874. JANET'S FORTUNE. "And when I illo I Miall leave my fortune to olio who will uo il to I lie Yen' best advantage," smiling from beneath liei spectacles to t ho young ril l; around hur. "Your ln-tuitc, grandma! wlmf will that bu? That old basket, with Its horrid mm mid needles, mid the never-ending knitting-work 'i If so, you need not leave t ham with me. .fniict will use it to belter advuntugo than I could." "Yes, I.eltlc, you nrc right ; nnd I mil sure I don't witnt it, either, ll'in, what (i fortune, to be suro!" "I'll accept it, grandma, mid prize It, if you will onlv mid your sweet, ntit!litei14i-isltioll. It would bo u (oriiine which liono of us need de spise." Janet Leeds was I ho youngest of the I'auill), mid the plainest. Shu had a sweet Vi'culi faee mid lender eye; I tit tho-o paled Into nrl i ne&s before L-'ttie"-- black orbs mid shining curls, mill tin) blonde loveliness of belle Murisuvl. .So she...

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 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MARCH 11, 1874. Banna far Ilia Ureal Reulhweit. "Wo have, in ttio liwt week, observed ocvcral of iho tangible sltpm of the onward movctnuiit towards the lands of thu Atchison, Topcka and Santa l'o railroad. Three parties of poiiplo have pas fed thi'oii'rh our city lu the last week, iiuuiberln;r from (Ift'ccti to thirty each, Horn thu Mates of Iowa, Indiana and Michigan, nil representative, men of the lifst type of farmers, who are on a prospecting tour, In carch of home lor tlieiiielvM and many friend-: and neighbor, llyiluis form in"; llit'iiisolvcK into bodies of twenty or thirty, they obtain a reduced rati! fur a trip of examination, but thu bulk ot thu icodo who aru dally xv.cn on their Htuihwcst ward journey, do their laud hum burin con pies or singly which, alter all, h thu bust method, though Itco.-is a little more, Tni' cla-.s of u.')do who aro now coining In to occupy our heretofore undeveloped country, Is well repre sented bv Mr, (Silicon Huriress, who l.i...

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 March 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, MARCH 11, 1874. TROY JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1874. TIIEO. . riSIIKB, 1 jus. a. nvvD, i Editor. TIIK BOUD EXTENSION BILL. The Supremo court declined to render n decision in llio matter of tho Ilnnlbiil niul St. Joseph rulirond bond extension bill, on tho ground that tho decision would .effect tire right of encumbrance on tho road subse quent to (hut of tho state, and would of consequence bo cxpartc without argument, and that it would bo im proper for the court to express in nil vnuco opinions upon points which tttny subsequently como bol'oro it in route? ted cases. This opinion of the court is itisceptible of but otto mean ing, and that is, if tho legislature tsssuntcs to pass tho bill in question, the statu lieu will bo contested by those holding subsequent Ileus, and its position In not rendering a di rect decision to tho request of the legislature U strong evidence that a doubt exists as to tho state being r.b'.e to hold Its llrst Hen. Hut In the l'.tec of t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MARCH 11, 1874. SHERIFF'S SALE, In 1'AitTiTios. Until 11. Porter wiO John W. Porter her huahituil, utiil N'uiiey C. Jewulll'i'lfs. wu Mnblinrt StcmHtiger and William Jewell. lly virtue nntl utithorlty of mi order of snlo Issued from the olllen of ttin clerk of the clr ill t court of Lincoln county, Missouri, dntcd February IT, 1874, lu the above cull tied cause 1 will ou Friday. April 3, 1874, between the hour of nine o'clock In the lorriiouiiuml tivo o'clock In the afternoon of tint il.iv. nt Him ei.itrtbotiiedoor tn the town of Trov, Lincoln voituty, MInmoiiH. pcII tin) following described real estate sltttiito lu J.tueoln county, Missouri, at iiubllc vciiiluu fur autli 111 blind, to the highest bidder. to- wit: the sotttliwi'st tiuurtcr of the south vveit quarter of section eighteen, lu towu-IHp fifty of raiisi) two cast, uontuluiiig tlfty-two acre more or lens. . . T. M. CAUTEIt. Sheriff. llv J. A. McDonald. I). A. nUnl) "S SALK. llv vlrlttn anil iilithnrlty of ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 March 1874

1 Ik THE TROY' HERALD, MARCH 11, 1874. .TrtTTf3E U liereltv trlvon Hint Iho i3l mmiiiilmt'i!tln3f ilir Moi-khoUlcrs of i lie St. Loum iiitmiiiiii a jtooKiiK rauromi oinpnnv Hill lie hold nt tlio allien ol' tlio i oniiir.iiv nl lliinnlliitl Mlourl,oii Tiic'diiy. Ilie r.'.iv nl' March. IfsTI, nt 2 o'clock i. in., iir ilic i lection f illivetor for tlm riiMiln war. mid Mich ottii'i lniliicm'iii may conio In folii It. W.M. JiCOIIANAN aOc''. i'vli. il, Jsi. 171 .V A Ti SKTTLKM KNT. Not Ice J l l.i'l't llV '.'V('I1 tllilt tilt' lllillcl'ljIIOll. i vi't'iiliii'Dl llii' otato n' W'illlmil'llanilnoiiil. liio'd. Will Watti' H lllinl vl 1 1( tltOllt of 111 .tlinlliM rat Ion nf slid (t:it nl lliolo.'Nt 1 1 fin n' tlio l'roli;iti! Court of l.liifolii county, to In lir.un mill In !il nt tlio colli t lioiiv in ' I'nV nil till.' I'l'UllU .MollilllV III April, IH. I. m'ltr.i 1UHIVI' MlJIMVKs'r. TTIX IXTTOIi'S NOTICK. Notice MJU l licicbv '.ivon Hint letter tptnniin. iiv WiTi' Kiiiiiirtl to tin1 llli...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 11 March 1874

t THE i TROY HERALD, MARCH ,11, 1874. VtOVCARK. ,. J. M. M!l.KI.I.AK Cake & MoLellan, ' Real Estate Agents, OMIcr III Court liuttM', Troy, Lincoln County, -Mo., Jlny mill Sell Littiil, Ciivtt Alwhuets ol Titles, l'liiis of li'nnils Wrhe pvcil, Morttrajren, fto., l'uy Tuxes iur Nou Itualtli'iilt. rnopinrrv ton am:. a No. 'J Uoul ImihI ; 10 neii', uiHit'r- l.iUI Willi a velnofco.il IWele feet thick.; within lll'iv feet of tin 'r.Mntt ; clt;U mlli.- wet twin Troy. I'rlt-e ?l.'iwil. No. 4 sjitllne con ti t y luiul : nn mi-, M-ovcil fit nn of M acre. ii .'itc ttixli-r Icllcc. r.ii arrc'J limner, newcu in. ii-nito ol' live roonn nne tin 1 1 .1 lull' Mm'lc hUl i a ii'iiaut lioiiv t'ltfliii'i'ii by f'lirliitrii i,ci: n living uml eNliTil rvi'U :il tin' hoiic. ' mm prlnct on the farm ami u ftream ol water ut one c:ul "I'll. An iitvhard ir one lltlllill't'll Mill M' I'lllt I'll U'llit till!." now In tii'.iHn j, M'M'ii iinlr flim i lliMMi illn. on i i-.ulroad. Will in" miih cttritp ui inn,...

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

1 THE TROY HERALD, MARCH 11, 1874. TROY jlERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1874. . l CHURCH rtSTIVAL Tho Indict of tlio Presbyterian church will hold a fostlvnl at tho court hoiiso in this placo on tho even inir of tho 81st hint., circuit court week. An excellent supper will be spread for tho guests, and it is hopod tho attendanco will bo lorffo. Tho proceeds will go to furnish tho church. Wo bcJicyo tho ladies pro poao holding two festivals, one on Thursday evonlng following tho first. Titny, March, 10. Caft. C. M. B. Thurmond, Dear Sir : In view of tho important apolitical questions, both stnto and nationnl, now agitating tho minds of tho people, Involving ns wo conceive the moral, material, social and poll ti cal interests ot tho Country, wo the undersigned with many others dusiro to hear trout you in a specuh to bo addressed to tho people of Lincoln county during tho next court week. We feel confident ot your ability to handle tho subject proper to the oc casion in such a manner ns t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VC )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MARCH 18, 1874. NO. 11. TROY HERALD, roiMsnitit nv FISHEB & MUDD, AT 91. AO a Your In Adrnnoo. RATES OP ADVERTISING. I square 1 Insertion $1 AO 1Ciu.Ii iidtllttonal Insertion 7ft Admlulntratora' Notices A 00 Final Settlement Notice A 00 Mray Notlcea (ilnxlo stray) a 00 ach uilclltlunul utray In mtmo notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be uiado to re&ular (IvertUerx. Advertisements will tako the regular run of the paper. Extra charge made for pre ferrcd place. No ccrtllluuto nf publication will bfl made zutll Mich publication Iium been paid for. Hie non-ohncrvancc of tlili rule fins lcen tiiu nccalon of much trouble and actual lo Our terms ore : Cah In advance, on sub. seiptlou: cah nn delivery, tor jolt work aud cash on demand, fur advertisement. COURT DIRECTORY. Uinci'tT Coi'irr. Klrt .Monday after tbo four tli Monday in March and September. Cotwrv CoUliT. Second Monday In Feb ruary.Mav. August, and November. 1'iioUATK...

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

1874: TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAKCIt IB, 1874. A PERFECT CURE. "U'ii no imo lalkln' thero! lie twcon 'otn boih they're plng'hi' my life out of mo. A perfect Silly unit Chary bodice, and I'm kept bobbin', In nnrlt. from ono to t'other all the tlmo. Why ilon'l you nay Bomethlii', Duvld?" Ami Auiitllopsoy squared herself nrouiul, hands oil her hips, and glared llerccly at hlnl. Undo David said nothing. Per illing becnuso ho did not understand nxactly who or what a "Silly and Chury-bodlco" might bo, and wisely concluded to steer clear of shoals. Tholratooldlndy.w.eiiton: "There's John Urtimcr, too, sollln' tlioro all day bv the Are, doin' notliin" but porlu' over a llltlo mllo of a doctorlu' boot llomo-pathco' he calls it and takes specks of pills not blggcr'n n pliihond : jest as if they could do nnv good!'' and theoldlndy glared up into tho ulr n if tlioro wits a man up tlioro and sho expected 111 til to controvert this covert condemna tion, and was prepared to knock liliu nut of time...

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

THE TROIffMEKAiLD; MAiBCH 18, 1874: rno.n cALireitNiA. The following letter was written by Miss Ennna.l. Jumcson who with her parents nml family, went from (his county to Cullforuin, about four years since, when alio was only a wco thing to a relative In this county: Lob H.vsorf, MnitcKit Co., Cat,. Februury 16, 1874. Dear Coumnt Our health is, as msiiiiI, good. 1'u U still In tho sheep lttuluosg, unci I In Hue fplr ts over tho prospects, though ho Is currying It on With a suinllur senlo than he used to. We raised eleven hundred itud thirty lambs Inst year, mid will lnlso a thousand or tiiuro this year. The sheep nre in (food order and lirlug a jrouil pike. Tim p'.alu were 'recti ut ClirUtiuit, tliuugli the grass is short lur the length ol lliuo It.lim been ruining. We htivn hid a cold, wet whiter: not halt so cold as you have had in Missouri, fur we have not lind uuy gunw and but little Ice, which wns not thicker than u pane of glaM. Thu people here are very selll-h, in ifoncrul : ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 March 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, MARCH 18, 1874 TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1874. THEOi II. rWMEH, JOS. A. nvorn. i E4IUH. Tho funcrol of Mr. Sumner was tho most imposing tkatliasbceu witnessed in tills country since tho death of Lincoln. Tho school law as amended by tho legislature has passed tho senate Tho text of this bill Is too long to bo given in theso columns. Senator Gatewood moved in tho senate last week to lengthen tho dally work of that body. It was agreed to meet a half hour earlier each morn ing. A bill regulating tho pay and mile ngo of members of tho general as seinbly has passed that body. It is said that tho bill will savo tho stato about ton thousand dollars a year. Ono of the lust men to whom Mr. Sumner spoko was Attorncy-Cicncral Ilonr of Massachusetts, to whom ho remarked: "Tako care of my civil rights bill." Yes, take caroof It, say we, and bury it with his other faults. Gubernatorial nominations arc now tho order, and tho country press Is beginning to suggest the names...

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

THE TROY HERALD, MARCH 18, 1874 IIEMFFS SALE.-Ily vlrttio itnd authority or two transcript execution ifd from tfio office of the clcrkof tlio rlr- Nsiicd from t ill ttf.lrrv estntcor.totm A. Sittnn. deceased. andegalnst James Morris, mid the other In fuvor or .In cph Hurt and against sald.lanu; Morris, mid 1 have levied xald executions upon the lol- lowing described rem cstutuor said .lames Morris, to-wlti Icglnrdng at the southeast sjorncrllitrton Kilmer's, originally purchased from Chouteau In survey So. 1745 In town- fhlii . nrraiiiro 1 west, stone for corner, from which u linn ten inches In diameter hears north ime-huirdcgreu west 22 links, UV.1 ? '! ni'.V'l,'IVitlV;,0!.cl l-"'f1.'K,,.V":i 'MS UVKiVl ! Vilii iiiinrt, m.'i.ri- ., ..i. hi. ..... .ri i i. r.ji .!...,..., ....... m ..i. ..in- un.l lift link, it rock corner I. inn which u'bur oak 8il Inched In diameter bear uorth M m. ...... i .Hi ni.ta . ii i. ...i..... in .it. umetcr heart Mttitli m degrees oust it" links. thence s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 March 1874

NOTICE Ji hereby given that th nuntta! meeting f the twkhoiJtn of llmst. lioulu Hannibal Keokuk railroad I'OIHDUny nlll oc lli'iu l- in" uuvu ui tun i nimmiiynt llnimllml MImouH, oil Tuesday. iCT 16? of MnrchjlHTf, taT e,'e4o(,k.P. in.. lor Ilia I'luciiuii . vcar. itiul Mich other lmlnn n may ennm before It. Wa. ilUtiiAXAN co'y. IVIi. JI. 1874. ITllXATi SKTTLKMKNT. Notice ' Is hereby glvi-ii that tho underslfrucd, exccntorol tin' estate r William Hammond, dee'd. will make a lliml settlement or hit mliiiliilxtriiUntioronliU'sttitM at the next term of the rivlwlc Court r Lincoln county, to !,-. Ih'l'Uii itiul held nt the cotiit homo In Trovnii Hit- secoirJ .Mmiitiiy In April. 18.4. ili'liii" lUHI'l' MUDP, Kx'r. ijlXICCUTOIt'S XOTICE. Xotleo Jli Ishctchv filti'ii llmt letters tetamen i.ii'V were irrantod lo the umlcrriidicd lie "Probate Conn of Lincoln count)'. Mn., mi tin- etale of Nicholas L. Ilubey, dcu'd, on tin-2d day of March, 174. I'itviI! liavlntf claims aplimt said estate mn i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 March 1874

2 & m 55 TfJB LOUIS JH.1TTER. A'- 1'. r" v V. in.. 1 A 'A P f vu rl ;j H -1 J 1 Mi .81 11 5: : JU;,-', mRUN'-& rrs-2 "s- 3 a THE STAGE LINE TO WENTZVILLB CAKItVINU THE UNITED STATES MAIL, iiaki. AM) C'OXtYIftTlOX WITU Ml. li., K. C 4c 1. Railway Tills l.iuc had punted Into my ImmK the nark have lircii unite comfortable, und the irutoiiiiiK public urMffired jrrcut Improve. lllcllt ill lliiMMiml'orl iif travellile'. An Kxprc Is embraced In this line, ami mi Minim win lie prompiivtieuv-ereti. Lir Oillce in U. O. Wuoliulk'n ilruir More T. II wh.i.ii: im.(i(i. apiii HAUKIS, liTvS R. H Norton & Co. MONEY Brokers and Dealers TROY, MO., Li -I In coxnmxtion with andIncidkn A'AI. TO Til Kilt CoI.I.KCTlON AdKNUV, WILL NEGOTIATE Loans at Reasona ble Rates, On Real Estate or Personal Security Will buy allowances agains Petatoft in thn Protista Court and Judgments rendered In all (the Courts ofLLincoln co Will tmv Xiiicoln County ltniKla. Ncltool DiMtmct lfOllIW,l"iMllllMOrvTNo atitl ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 March 1874

the tii6 hekaId, mArci m ten. ' CftCftCIt fUtTITAL. .The ladles df tho Presbyterian cMnh will iiold a. ftstivtJ at the court liouio In tliU place oh tho even lntr of tho Mat Jim., circuit cosJrt week. An excellent suppcr.wIH be spread for tho guests, audit U hoped the attendant will be, largo. The proceeds will go to furnlih the cliurcb. - We believe 'the ladles pro pose showing two-festivals, orto on Thursday cvoning following tho flnt. ATTKNTI0N PATBeflS. To the Patrom of lluibandry of Lincoln county : Greeting. Know yo, that the Granges of Lin coin rounty are hereby notified td ootid dolegatea to a County Conven tion, to bo held at tho court houie In Troy on Wednesday, tho 1st day of April, 1874, for tho purpoio of organizing a Count? Couneil. Tho basis of reproicutatlon li ono dclegato to every flvc member of a Grange. By order of Agent State Grange 1. O. SI1ELTON, W. M l Matter Jackson Grange. W. II. Barthomnv, Scc'y. TO VHK PUBLIC. In view of tho early expiration of tho six mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VI )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MARCH 25, 1874 NO. 12. TROY HERALD, rCBUStlED BY FISHER & MUDD, AT 91.no a Yonr In Advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 Hquare 1 Insertion f 1 M Each additional Insertion 75 Administrators' Notice 8 00 Kinnl Settlement Notice 8 00 Mruy Notices (slnjtle stray) a 00 Kach additional stray In same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to regular advertisers. Advertisement will Uke the regular run of the paper. Extra charges made for pre ferred places. No certlllcatc nf publication will be mado until such publication bos been puld for. The non-observance or thin rule lias been the occasion of much trouble and actual loss- Our terms aro: Cash in udvunce. n nub. srintlnns ; tn-.ii on delivery, for job work ind cahli on demand, for advertisement. COURT DIREOTORY. CIRCUIT CotniT. First Monday after the fourth Mouduy in March ami September. County C'ouut. Second Mondny in Feb nmry.Mav. August, and November. 1'ltonATK Couht. Second...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 March 1874

THE OaiOY HERALD, MARCH 25, 1874 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAltClI 18. 1874. UVXEHAl JACKSON. Ills Dncl with DIcklNMM A ncloHl Iom AntngeiiUt. Prom the thluago Intcr-Occan. In tliu spriiiK of 1800 thoro vn n great horse rnco at Nashville, and liciH'ral Jackson linil entered Ills fa vorite horse, Trnxlon. Tho stake was $1,000 a aide; tliu crowd wns itiimciiso nnd tho excitement gront; whiskey flowed llko water, curies resounded, mid lights were Ircqucnt. l'roniiiiciit nmong tho boisterous was Jncksoii, who had then Just retired Ironi tlio position of Judge of tho slate court. Tho merits ot tho re spective horses soon enmo to he dis cussed by tho turbulent crowd, nml tho contention waxed hot. There whs a young lawjtcr llvjng nt .Nush villo named $wuiiit, and Jackson and lie soon bectimo iiivolvod in a llery dispute.; opprobrious epithets wero lively exchanged, ami In tho end Swniiu wns cruojly bcnion ly the Cicneral. The funnier soon after sent the latter n challenge., which wns decline...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 March 1874

THE TROY HEKA1J),MAECH,25, 1874. toe Itnckacjrti HitralHf nrcin the (Julcktcilico l'artncm" In Old nml New. As tlio saloon wit of unpnlntcd bourd", nnd mi jtlnKtci'LMl, tho (lauict made rapid pi'ottrc-ft, to that Sllpson, Mio proprietor, liiiil bin cly tltno to aavo two or throe iiriiifuls of bottles. With those he retired to tho oppotdto side of the Mr-cot, where tho specta tors Mood : ii ml lie was iiiouriifully eontetiiplullii;; tho e lleet of calorie upon alcohol, when ho suildoiily Murted nml exclaimed: "Good (loil! Iiijiit Mary's In the lofl over (ho tulooii!" "Who Hint?" inked tho deacon, who hml now loiiicdtlio erowd. "iho'rf well, not exactly olio of yonr kind, dcne'ii," replied JJiu. 'She eaiuo Ins' niiilit with her youn 'un, nml wanted to Moon thurllll inoriiinV' "Home poor deprnved crcalttro, 1 s'pn-o," hluhod ihodeuemi. "Well," s.iiil Jim, priulently Minus , liiff on hi trout most ol Ida outlying bottle, ' I reckon liijlns In general were oil' hiintln' when religion was...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MARCH 25, 1874. TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1874. THEO. J0S. A Eflltara. MVBB, Tho lower branch of tho legislature lias passed tho bill submitting to a volo of tho people at tho next gonorol election the question of calllngo stn o constitutional convention. Iho vote stood aycs70nocs 41. Wo loni n from tha Louisiana Preii that Marlon Trlnlott, near Paynes- vlllo, hung himself one day lost week, Ho had attempted suicide onco boforo, but was prevented by somo of his fa.nll I The senate has passed the bill to , 0,d 8,rlC u i? I? n. hV It lit i iWcts. It divides tl)3 stato Into, twciily-tlirco districts; Lincoln, St. Cliurlcs;, Warren and compose tho second. Montgomery In another column will bo found a communication from o lady bearing upon tho temperance crusado lu Ohio anil some of tho Western and Eastern states. Our correspondent looks at tho matter In a rational wny. Such lnimtlclsins ns tho tcmpcrauco folks tire Influenced by will never carry with it any weig...

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