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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MARCH 25, 1874. R. Hi Norton A Co. THE ST. LOUIS HATTER. 18T4 mnmm TS14: WOOLFOLK & GORDON, TROY, MO. WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LARBE AND WELL SELECTED Stock of Spring Goods, Bouaht tor the CASH, which we offer to our customers at a very Small i.rottt. REMEMBER, WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH. m. av a Mb m. m?m a a am a sea set aaai a a a . a a a a ' ANUWAN 3fcL-L tMtftrtW IRAN AW T STORE IN THE COUNTRY. All Standard Prints, 10c. Heaviest Brown Sheeting, 12c. Medium do do 10 to II l-2c. Bleached Cottons, 10 to 16 2-3o. Ginghams, 12 1-2 to 16 2-3c. Jeans and Cottonades in Great Abundance Ladies' Linen Handkerchief, all Linen from 91 per Dozen up. Ladies' Cotton Hose from 19 1-9 to 2S cts. per pair. OUR DRESS GOODS ARE PRETTY AND CHEAP. OUR CLOTHING STOCK IS FULL OF GOOD GOODS AT LOW FIGURES. Our Hats and Gaps are Lato Styles emnu. w Dry jjioWi MEN'S CALF AND KIP BOOTS TO SUIT EVERYBODY Women's, Hisses and Chil dren's Shoes, in great variety MONEY Biers and Dealers, TROY, M...

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. — 25 March 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MARCH 25, 1874 XfOTICE is lioroby given that Uuj iV annual nimnur ei mo swckii M. Lonl HnntiMuil & Keokuk railroad oiniciiiy will bo. liclil nt' the blflcO of 'the cunipanv nl llftnnllml XfMiourl, on.Tticaday. ii... .1 iv ofMniVh. JKiLirt 2 o'cldek l;1n.. iv.r lli! rficUon of director for tliu ensuing vcnr. mid such other business in niy emuo hcioruit. Feb. :i. 1ST4. Wii. IH'ciiaxx t.cc'y. -Ax. TTUNAJi SI7rTL,UME?JT.' NdHW J.' iiereiiv'tiveii unit jjiii undersigned, rxiciitpr4Ltli4 ttute df WilU.nu'HuuiniciiKl. dcc'd, V'lH make nJ''jflU'wMH 4t'l'K jdiiilnlmttlonorsald ostaM iittheitoxtTcrm of tlio rrohato. court or Lincoln county, io Ik: hestin mm iit-ni nt tin' couit tmu in Tri'voii the seconJ .Mommy in April, is., inlii;) HOll't JIUDD.Kx'r. EXUGUXOU'S N'OTICE.-Notlco is licifby .Hlvca Hint Mler te.tnuniii- turv were growou i i uuuiTiKiiuii he Probate Court or i.inooni county; .no., .in llu- rtiittf nf NlcUolas 1.. Ilobcy, dee'd, on tlu-2ddny orMiirch, 1871.' '...

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. — 25 March 1874

THE TROY, HKfiALD, MARCH 25, 18T4. SHERIFF'S SALE.-lly vlrttto nml niitliorlty or two Irnmirrlpt execution issued from the niHco or tin- clerk of tho cir- cult court of Lincoln county, Missouri, n- turoable to tho spring term or the circuit oourtori874.amlloini! directed, nndliirovur ..r Vl.l.xrri- .( M.mlnli. mhnlilLll-iltiir.: nr Hut estate 0M0I111 A.SIlloii.di.ccascd.nndiitt;alust lame Morris, nml the other In favor or do- soph Hart and agalustsalil.tamcs; Morris, and 1 nave levied sain executions upon ine toi- lowing described irat estate or aald Jaiuca Morn", to-wlt! blnelng nt the southeast comer Hurtnn INihucr's.orlginallc.puiclmsed from Chouteau In survey No. lUh, In town- Miln Ml or rangy 1 wct, (tone !' corner, from whielm Ibm ten liuhci In illameter Iu.iin iiurllitunchidl' itc!ri'U wcst.21 link. tuiil a Unit M 4ichcs In diameter bear south, ItlJ degree t ast .'.'illllkM' tlielice Willi all old marked line south (WJ ihtfrce wcstiH chain ' and us liUK, a rock curlier iiom w...

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 March 1874

troy herald; WEDNESDAY, MARCH to, 1874., church rvtTivAb. The Jadloi of tho Presbyterian church will hold a festival at tho court houso in this placo on the oven ing of tho 81it, Inst., circuit court week. An excellent tuppor will be spread for tho guesU, and It It hopod tho attendance will ho lnrgo. Tho proceed! will go to furnish tho church. Wo bcllcye tho ladles pro poso holding two festivals, one on Thursday evening following tho first. Schidnbr'b Monthly will com menco In its April number tho story by M. Jutes Verne, now appearing in tho Magann V Education et de lit creation, entitled "Tho Mysterious Island." Tho author has- "under taken to show how a body, of men, thrown holplcss upon a desert island, may develop a living from purely scientific resources, without any con Tcnlcnt wreck to draw upon for the materials of lifo and comfort. The idea Is as attractive as it is ingenious, and affords tho author tho finest op portunity for tho display of his pecu liar gifts and acquire...

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. — 1 April 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 0. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 1, 1874. SO. 1 8. TROY HE RAT D, 4b MUDD, AT Hill. no it Your In Al-rime. "" RATES OF ADVERTISING I wiuarc I Insertion f I N) Kadi additional insertion 7ft Ad-iiluUtrators' Notices X 00 Mill! I li-ttll'IIH'Mt Notices !1 Oil ft my Notice (lnlt try :t un r.m li additions! stray In Minn notice. . I on Liberal deduction Will be made lu n-imlar stlw-nUcrs. Advertisement will tako tlic regular run nf tin paper. Kxtra charge made for pre twrcd places.- Sit cert I lion to of publication will be inndo Jlltlt such publication lias been paid tor. The iinii-olierviinee of this rule ha licon tin- orca-don of miii'li trouble, nml tictiiul loss- Our tor in-arc: Cu-lt In advance on milt. trimiou; cash on delivery, for Job work mid cash mi demand, for advertisement. COURT DIREOTORY. CliiCtUT Cot'KT. First Monday nner the Cmrth Monday In March and September. Oit'NTY C'nt'liT. Second Mundiiy In Felt nary. May, AiitfUt, ami November, I'iihiiatk ...

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. — 1 April 1874

TE TOiY iHERALD,, APRIL 1 1874. TROY HEKALD. ' WEDNESDAY, Al'IllI. 1, 1874. I r THE ITALIAN DOCTOR' TALK. ' 1IY V. Fifty-flvo years nao tlio "Dlvlno Soutag" ttooit upon t ho hoards of La Benin. 11 wui n 1112111 01 woiiurou I ilmn nh for the Milanese; lor long had tlio imtllo rnirod and rictpcruiu botween tlio triple- opcrtillc power of Jiomc, nnpios una .uuau, oro mo f niliri of victory luitl boon awarded t6 tlio latter. My professional J illicit linil do mined me lato (1 was n struggling M 1). in Milan nt tlio time) uiul 1 on toiod the theatre : lint us tlio nlr liook with tlio wondrous applause ci i iii led oy ooiuajf's rcmicriuif sin. Won G'fcdca. in tlio "Soitinnmuiiln." I wns especially disappointed to liuvc itiisscti mat ana to mo, luotfoiu 0i tlio ontlro opera. Hut who could deem lilinsclt Ill-used, if in tunc for tho Gunupei", to, inuninlly thankful it wag no worse, I mndo my way to my scat oiio, lartuuaiciy. very near to tlio 8taj,'o: and lind taken it. mid wns bowing to so...

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. — 1 April 1874

THE TROIi Wm&VOi MPWb 1, 1874 Malnt Jmt nni hli Brccchct. Thl Freneh rcvolittloulstnnd nsso clutout ItobmnleiTu boro thn lopiiln ilon of having n inline In perfect oii coiinnro with his elmrneteiv tititl of IicIiik mi exumplu ol' virtue. Hcccul investigation hill lllompluM'SIUUl historians to doubt this Judgment, mill consider lit in as u monster of violeiiri! nml rriteltv. Tho Vimiiiiiiil ilu Ucniimntil-VfiHiuu'i in liU "Memoire Secrets lit NrX .Slcele," roluic.-f mi niiecduto of Sulut .lust, whluh, If trim, bolrnys chnruc-U-riotlcH n execrable us incredible. According lo Hie insinuation of this book, bu niiulii love to n younir Imly who had Ilu; uoitriign I" reject Ida pro. posuts ; wiicriipoo uc ucuoiinccu nor, mid n mi inevitable rcKtilt mio wiih litilllutlnod. When sliu wnft executed .Saint JiMt openly watched every do lull through mi opcru kIiim, mid llicti Hcctircd ttiu headless Uoily ol I lie mi I'oriutiiitu yoitiur woinmi whose iios pension be bud envoi ed whllu Hiu was...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 April 1874

THE TROY HERALD, APRIL 1, 1874. TROY J3ERALD. WEDNESDAY, AlMML 1, 1871. TIIUO. V. riRHUH. I ams, a, .ntioo, j letters. The legislature adjournal Monday. Not it tear was shed by tlio people, (joiilil's directory of St. Louis for 1874 gives 473,600 us tlio population of that clly. Wo arc Indebted for legislative doc uments to Hons. II, I). Hull, 11. T. Mudd and A. II. Edward. A strong prcssuro is brought to secure tlio inlluonco of president li'nint against tlio policy of Infla tion. Tlio legislature of Illinois lias de clined to appropriate llfty thousand dollar lo complete tlio Douglus moil iiincnt. Tlio new now dead rovcntio bill cost the state n largo otitis of money. It was I, said Hrockmeycr, 1 did it with my little analysis. Miss Xelllu (irnut, the president's eldest daughter, will be married next month to Mr. Surloris, n wealthy KuglUh gentleman. -- - Admiral l'ortcr U ill and his death 1 moinentiirily expected. The oflleo of Admiral of tlio navy will cease when vacated by Por...

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. — 1 April 1874

THE TBOY HERALD, APRIL 1, 1874. 18T4 PHiwa 18T41874. WOOLFOLK & GORDON, spring. TROY, mo. WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED Stock of Spring Goods, Bought tor the CASH, which we offer to our customers at a very Small Front. REMEMBER, WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH. AND CAl4 SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY STORE IN THE COUNTRY. Abundance All Standard Prints, 10c. Heaviest Brown Sheeting, II l-2c. Medium do do 10 to lie. Bleached Cottons, 10 to 16 2-3c. Ginghams, 12 12 to 16 2-3c. Jeans and Cottonades in Great .Ladies' Linen Handkerchief, nil Linen lVoin 91 per Dozen up. Ladies' Cotton llosc from 13 1-9 to 33 cts. per pair. OUR DRESS GOODS ARE PRETTY AND CHEAP. OBR CLOTMNG STOCK IS FULL OFfiOOD GOODS AT LOW FIGURES. ur Hat Md Capa are Lato Styles and very Low. MEN'S CALF' AND KIP BOOTS TOSUFT EVERYBODY Women's, Misses ana Chil dren's Shoes, In great variety at Prices that DEFY COJfl PE1MTIOJ Our Piece Goods Departm't KxrnitACKs ix iaut F1iECI GLISJI AND AMERICAN CASS. DIAGONALS Aso TRI...

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. — 1 April 1874

THE TROY HERALD, APRIL 1, 1874. u v 111 1 1 a s 1 2 ff v, ii c-d 5 I Q i b a. W P J I td 2 g 9 2. I' O la 8 d H g L. teh s 83 ? N. J U M SPUING MILLINERY, 1874. Mrs. XX. SEMPER, Is in daily receipt of an Elegant Assortment of PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS, c4iojc n&Tiwt fiw fiuttwfiti noways, Novelties in Strniv, Silk nnd Millinery Good. CTSolIcitltitftlie J.nilips or Troy mul Lincoln county to mil ninl inspect tin-so pretty jroiiiK promising tlii'in t lint tnv XKW Block is the LAIHiKST, CHHAt'KST mill MOST FASIIIOXAULK' in I lit) cily ol St. Cliiu-luti, with many thanks lor past favors, 1 remain, respect fully. 31ih. II. IC13MP14K. in'25wl2 Xo. 105 X. Main btrcul, St. Churlec, Mo. NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE IN TROY, IS MCDONALD'S IMISLDIMC. SEIL GROCERIES CHEAP FOR CASH. All kinds of Country Produce Bought. Heat Shop in Connection with Store. v6i.3T OrlVlS US A. CALL. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. S a S a s n s a rnilK (XM'AKTXKItSIIU Hero-1 M S' l L t'lfore P.ltlllK ill till!...

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. — 1 April 1874

THE TROYt HERALD, APRIL 1, 1874. TRUSTEE'S SALE.-WllKMAS, IIKIUFKS 8A1.K.-By virtue mid mi l'olern. l'rcslryundMargaretll.prr - thorltynrnn execution IMtiod from the ley. !' Ihclr deed or trtmt date the Slnt office id the Clerk ofthc UlrcUlt Court of lay of March, 189, mid duly recorded In the Lincoln county, rcttirtmbli: to the spring Jtceorder'n ortlce nf Lincoln niuiitv, Mo., In term, 174. or mild court, itud to ine directed, book 2 on page 'Jill, conveyed to tfio tinder- In fuvnr of William lalnir mid against nlirned riintco tho following deneribed loin lnne I'lihncr, I have levied upon and mixed or ground, situated In tliu town of Troy, nil tin' rigid, title, claim mid liitcrcat .of the State or Missouri, to wit: Lot Kna. :I04, above named lnuac Palmer in", In and to the Mill. .1ST, mid ,1M iiccordlnir to the pint of following described reul ctnte, nitniitc In ul wild town mi flic In nald ofllce, which mild Lincoln county, Mlnsourl, to-wlt : A part conveyance to the undersigned...

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. — 1 April 1874

THE TROY HERALD, APRIL 1, 1874. 1874. Spring has Corni, 18T4 AND SO HAS PARKER, CREWS & CO.'S New Spring Stock, Larger and More Attractive than Ever EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO CONSUMERS ! FARMERS! GRANGERS! EVERYBODY! COME AND SEE THIS ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF t DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, .HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE WHICH WE PROPOSE TO OFFEH AT Prices that Cannot be Undersold by Any Cash House in Lincoln Co.! JVe will not undertake to enumerate the Various Attraction In our stocks the "Herald" would have to be enlarged for us to do this, WE MAKE NO QUOTATIONS OF PRICES Our Neighbor! have given the Figures on some of the Leading Articles of Trade, which are regarded as the Established Prices in this Market. FARMERS, GRANGERS, EVERTBODT, REMEMBER TOUR OLD FRIENDS, WHO HAVE AL WATS' ACCOMMODATED TOU, AND WHO WILL GIVE TOU AS MANT GOODS FOR TOUR DOLLAR, IN MONE T OR PRODUCE. AS ANT OTHER HOUSE CAN. T,vy, Mo., April, J8U. PARKER, CREWS dfc CO. TROY HER...

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. — 8 April 1874

HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 8, 1874. NO. 14. THE TROY TROY HERAL D, rUBLt'sllRU BY fisher sc mudd, l.RO a Yonvln Advnaoo. RATI! OF ADVIRTISINO. 1 square 1 Insertion , $1 M tiaeh additional Insertion,,,,.',,,.,,.'., , 75 Administrator Notice '. . . .. '8 0I Final HcttlemMlt Notices. , ... u I 00 Btray Notices (single. stray 8 0U Each additional stray In same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be uiade to regular advertiser. Ailve rthement will take tho regular run of the paper. , Extra charge inatlu fur pre ferred place. No wrtlBoato of publication will lie mtulo Until such publication has licim paid for. The nou-ohservaneo or this rule lias been the occasion of much trouble mid actual lot- Our term arcs Cash In advance, on sub. ciiitloim; limit nn deliver', for Job work and cash on demand, for advertisement. COURT DIRKOTORY. Circuit Comvr. First Mnnduy alter tlio fourth Monday In March and September. C'OUXTY CoUHT. Second Mimilay In Feb ruary, May. August, m...

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. — 8 April 1874

THE TB0T HERALD, APRIL 8,11874; TROY HERALD. WEDXEDAY, APIML 8, 1874. A GOOD INVESTMENT ! UV IV. W. ntlEXD. That's a smart lltllo fellow of yours," mill a tfuiitlcuiHii named Win dow In a Inhering iuhii wlio was culled In occasionally to do work iiboiit hl warehouse. ''Oooa ho go. to school?" "Not now, air," repllod (ho poor man. "Why nor, Davis? Ho looka llko a bright IhiI." "Ilu'i got good parts, air," re--turned the father; "but ' . "Hut what?" nkked tho gentleman, 1 aoelng that IIm iiiiiii hesitated. 'Times nro miner hard now, air, jitid I htivo a largo family. It's about HUM. Pin us much as 1 can do to keep hunger mid cold nwav. Ned reads very well, write a tolerably lulr htitid, conoid- orlng all I dings, and can llguro a Jlttlo. And thut's about all I cuu do lor li I tit. Tho other children aro coming forward, nnd I reckon ho will have to ao to a trndo middliinr soon." "How old is Ned?" Inquired Mr. iuslow. this kind, they nro about the best wo "lie's turned eleven." 'can mak...

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. — 8 April 1874

THE TKOY HERALD, APBIfc 9; 1874. t Tit ruerLte ofmsnwrmi The Democratic state (Jeritrai CM mlttte's AMrasst .TKFn:nsoxCn-Y, Mnrch37, Wii. To (Jus J'coplo of Missouri i The undersigned, members of (lie Democratic: statu eouiral committee, ttiUv luiprcstcd with Ihu niagnltittlu of lie tru.t r.onllded to their keoping, l'col It tu Iki their dtilyiit thisjuiicturo to say tu t'ou that tliu sign of politi cal regeneration aro of tho most Kiliccrtug character. We liuvu wuleUod witli ilocp solici tude aud MiiLioty Ida out-cropping of jmbllc seuClwcut for (no past two vent's, nuil wu assert will r.itidoncc ih it uli ilio ludicaiiau farnr asjiecdy 4toviifiU u fcke jt'eaeut arrugaat aud oituiI iiabUuml riuie. The puttie arc twidkliif at fast that 4 ho stiprcik'ucy of ttatUexlisiM has lii'uuultt upon the couiiiU-y burden 6OIU0 taxation, vitiated Jus iexMt. ttou, n veitul Jadlciary, opjiresslcc iiiaimpalJca, discrluiiiitatitg tirllfy, whleh liuvo .paralyzed tku lnbr, cap I till und uiuu;gy of tU...

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. — 8 April 1874

THE TltOY HERALD, APRIL 8, 1874. TROY J1ERALD. Wednesday, apkil 1874. 'JOS. At MVB I Kmtl"9' .Senator Chandler of Michigan linn hud llio Washington correspondent ol 1)10 St. Lottls JlepubUctin arrested on a charge of criminal libel. The financial cjucsllotis of tlio day nrc still agitating congress. Inllntloii nml contract Ion svein tohavoadir ! ore ncc that Is tlltllciilt to adjust. Tho successor ol Senator Sumner, whoever ho mnv bo, will only huvo tun or eleven months to nerve, no 1 ho term expires on the 6th of next March. I'lio first or mlddlo of July Is set us tlio probable time of tlio adjourn incut of congress. Let It hold 011 n n mouth or so longer, nml It uiny at tain the dignity ot nu August body. Wong Chin Foo, n Chinaman, wns niiiuittod lo citizenship nt Grand lhiiids, Michigan, lust Friday. He claims lo bo the llrst Chlminmn who litis renounced his ullcgiaiicu to tlio Flowery kingdom. - It is thought that New Mexico will bo ndiiilltcd ns n stale. The fact flint it will ...

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. — 8 April 1874

THE TROY HEBAIB, APRIL 8, 1874. 1814 18T41874, WOOLFOLK & GORDON, siting TROY, MO. WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED Stock of Spring Goods, Bought tor the CASH, which we offer to our customers at a very Small JProM. Rl!fESlEA'.iI?uND SELl-FO cash. AND CAN SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY ' STORE IN THE COUNTRY. All Standard Prints, lOo. Heaviest Brown Sheeting, II l-2o. Medium do do 10 to lie. Bleached Cottons, 10 to 16 2-3c. Ginghams, 12 12 to 16 2-3c. Jeans and Cottonades in Great Abundance. Ladles' Linen Handkerchief, nil Linen from 91 per Dozen up. Ladies' Cotton Hose irom 19 1-9 to 35 els. per pair. OUR DRESS GOODS ARE PRETTY AND CHEAP. OBR CLOTMNC STOCK IS FULL OF GOOD GOODS AT LOW FIGURES. Ou Hats and Citpa are Late Styles and very Low. MEN'S CALF AND KIP BOOTS TO SUIT EVERYBODY Women's, Misses ana Chil dren's Shoes, in great variety at Prices that JD12F COlI PJU1MTIOJV. Our Piece Goods Departm't EMBRACES IN PAltT FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CASSI JIIERS, l-4 and 0-4 WI...

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. — 8 April 1874

HENRY tb BRO.. Mitinrncturcrt of and Heatervfit Boots IShoes, Kcrp vomdnntly mi hand n large ansortm'tor DEALER IN .' HAK WAKH AN I Hf PKK 09 1 PLOWS AND WHEAT AT Factory Retail Price. DRILLS JOHN Pi MTHOTT, rv. v y m m ' f & v. i i 1 ft. I 3 ? SJPj$QTG- MILLINERY, 1874. rs. H. KEMPER, Is in daily receipt of an Elegant Assortment of PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS, . choice TKtwti fiw fiytmcfin nowE-ns. Novelties in Straw, Silk and Millinery Ciooda. ("Soliciting the T.ailics of Troy nud Lincoln count? to call nnil inspect - llii.-Mi nrottv irooiK iirnimsinir thorn tlmt my NEW stock I t ha L AUGUST. -CHEAPEST nnd MOST FASIIIOXAIILE in the clly ot St. Chariot, with many tlmnks lor iiust ruvors, i remain, roHpoctiiiuy. mvm. ii. icemii:ti, in25wl2 No. 105 N. Mulu street, St. Charles, Mo. NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE IN TROY, JVOEMt WiL.JLM.MIS, IN MCDONALD'S HCILDINQ. -SELL. GROCERIES CHEAP FOR CASH. All kinds of Country Produce Bought. .Heat Shop in Connection with Store wist IVJE US -...

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. — 8 April 1874

THE TROY HSJEAI-D, APBIfc 8; American Cyclopaedia New Revise KAUIoa. Entirely rewritten by tlio nbloit wri ter on overy subject. Printed from now type, mid illtu tnitoil with luverol Thou MNd Eiijrriivliiga aud , The work originally published under the Hitlc of The New American Cyclopicdla was soaiplctcd In 180:1, since which I line- (lie wide circulation which It ha attained in nil iwrtu of lilt) United States, mid tlm nlttliul iJcvclopmcnt wlilch liuvo taken place In every branch of science, literature, und art. have Induced the editors and publisher to Milniilt It to itn exact and thorough revision, mid to Issito it new edition entitled The American Cvcloniwlla. Within thu lut ti'ii year tlio progress of wscovery in every ucpurtmctii or Knowledge li.ui inmlii n new work uf reference an Imper ative want. The movement f political affair ha kept pace witli Uie discoveries of science, mil i Mr fruitful application to ttic lnilut ll anil Useful arts and tho convenience anil rellllc in...

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. — 8 April 1874

. THE TROY HERALD,- APRIL 8, 1874. 18T4. SppTng" O o mT i """'"iiii AND SO HAS PARKER, CREWS & CO.'S New Spring Stock, Larger and More Attractive than Ever EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO CONSUMERS ! FARMERS! GRANGERS! EVERYBODY! COME AND SEE THIS ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF CRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND GAPS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE WUICII WE PROPOSE TO OFFER AT Prices that Cannot be Undersold by Any Cash House in Lincoln Co.! We will not undertake to enumerate the larlou Attractions in our stock t the "MieraltP would have to be enlarged for us to do this, WE MAKE NO QUOTATIONS OF PRICES I Our Neighbors have given the Figures on tome of the Leading Articles of Trade, which are regarded as the Established Prices in this Market. FARMERS, GRANGERS, EVERYBODY REMEMBER TOUR OLD FRIENDS, WHO HAVE AL WATS ACCOMMODATED TOU, AND WHO WILL GIVE TOU AS MANY GOODS FOR TOUR DOLLAR, IN MONET OR PRODUCE, AS, ANT OTHER HOUSE CAN T,vyMo., April h 1874. PARKER, CREWS eft GO. ' T...

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