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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 April 1874

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 15, 1874. SO. 15. , TROY HERALD, FUBMSIIBD BY FISHER Sc MUDD, AT fl.SO a Ycurln Adranoo RATKt OF ADVERTISING. 1 wmaro 1 Insertion fl AO Jftu-b additional Inncrtlon 7iV Administrator' Noticed II 00 Kltud Settlement Notice U 00 titrny Notice (slnjrle atray) Dim Ktth additional utruy In amn notice . . 1 Oil Liberal deduction will be made to reicular Sdvortliicr. Advertisement will take the regular run oT the paper. Extra charges made for pre ferred places. So certltlcnto fit publication will be made ititll uvh publication ha been paid for. The noii-ohaervance of till rule has liccii tliu occasion of much trouble anil actual Io- Our term arc : Cah In advance, oil Mil. Motion; cnnh mi dell very, for Joh work and caih on demand, foradvertUcnients. COURT DIRECTORY. Cincwr Cotiirr. Klrt Monday after tho mirth Monthly In March and September. County CoUllT. Second Monday In Feb siary.Mitv. AiiKtit, uml Novctnliera 1'iioiiatk Couiit. ...

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. — 15 April 1874

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 , 1874. raentTEXAH. Com spondenes of Tee Troy Herald Fii.ut Poixt, Trxas, March 18, fiditon Herald: Your paper come to hand every week, and you can have but llt'lo Idea of tbo plcnturo derived by ttio rending of tlio little ttemi re garding the Inhabitants of Troy ami vicinity. It gives me more itewa than )l tlio letters I receive from my friends, and things they thought wtuld to strange and tarlling news to me, 1 had read In the Herald at Jenst two weeks before I would get thoir (cttors. Thoy nnmo a few peo- jilo mk! u few of the most proniiucut things that bap)cu, while your paper gives many they do not think wor iliy of writing about, but still are very pleasant news to mo. I promised I would wrlto to you ngaln and try to give you a fow items ns regards Texas. I see soveral com iniiulcation in your paper in regard to different portions of tlio country, nml each seems to think 0dgiug from I ho way they write) they have found tlio best placoin tlio ...

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. — 15 April 1874

THE TROY HERALD, APRIL 15, 1874. Among tlio lait acti of tho icglila turo was the pninago of a law per Milling tho redemption of tall laudi or property delinquent for the taxes iirlor to 1873, upon tho payment of tho luce of the tux bill, striking off Tjotli thu penalty and tho accrued in terest. This W of very groat interest to a Inrge number of people, and licnee, wo append tho act in full: -An Act to provide for tho redemp tion of lauds heretofore forfeited to the ftuto for tho non-payment of tuxes. lie it enacted by the General Attcm lhl of the Mate of MUtouri, a follows: Sue 1. 'Dint any poison being In torcitcd In or tho owner of any truel or lot of luud heretofore forfeited to tho bttitu for non-piiyiiieiit ol luxe nud nil coala without accrued Inter ott or penalty due thereon to the Htntc, county or any municipality therein, limy redeem staeli truet, lot or puree! ol laud from thu statu' lieu tto accrued thoreou, upon payment to tho collector of tho county in which Rueh I si...

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. — 15 April 1874

' tr V t THE TEOY HEHAiED, APBIL 15, 1874. TROY J3EKALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1874. TIIEO. JOS. A B. riSMEH, I . nVBB, l For several years It lis been tlio maiii-objccterf accrlata cIom ot Jour nals to prove the tlfiiilsoof llieI)eui ocrntio imrly ; ami It It truly wonder lul, lu consideration ol the number of times It has been declared "doad," what a noise tho "coriso" persists In incklujr. lit refuse! to die, notwltli Mantling the theoretical ami logical eoncluslons of its enemies that It ouslit to Lo doad. Their wish to bury It beneath the thin policy of now party has utterly failed. In proof of this wo refer our readers to the recent statu ami municipal clcc tlons In several of the doubtful states, mill llie.gains of tho Democracy. Tlio Jlrst was New Hampshire, where hcro were'thrco raiidldatcs hi tho Hold tor tfovcrunr. Tho Dcm ocrnttccaudidute received tho largest nuiuhcr-of votes, but failed to vet a plurality, and it went before tho leg islature. Tho election resulted in a D...

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. — 15 April 1874

THE TRQX HERALD, AERII Jib, 184V i.ni it American Cyclopasdia New ItevUed KdltloH. Entirely' rcwrlUon by tho nMost wri ters on ovory aubjoct. Printed li'om now typo, anil 111 us ti-ntoil with several Thou and Eiifrravlugs and Slnps. Tho work originally published umier the title of Tho New American Cyelopicdln was completed In 186.1, since which time the wide circulation which It bus attained In nil part of tho United Stntcs, mid the signal doclopmciit which havo tnkrn place in every fnuneli of science, literature, and urt, liimi Induced tho edlton and publishers to submit It tit nn exact ami thorough revision, nml to lsmio a now edition untitled The American CvcloiKcdla. Within tho lnt ten yean the progress of mscovcry in every ucpnnmcnt 01 Knowledge Lux made a new work of reference an impur-sMcw':mt. The movement nf political affair linn kept jmen nun 1110 discoveries 01 w iener, ami their fruitful nnnllcatlon to the InduUrlal and useful nrt nml tho convenience an I rctlm lileiit n...

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. — 15 April 1874

Tkfe TB!o flfcR ALD, APRIL 15, X8t4. JOHN P. LYNOTT, DEALER IN HARDWARE AND CDTLERY, EENBT & B&O., Mtnafketurert of and Dealer la Boots 1 Shoes, Keeps constantly on hand n large OMortm't of 00 g PLOWS AND WHEAT AOIIICVLTU- m m.cBiiirflX,i i 0) AlBsBmiBIBBSU3Kd- CO lKVmVHIV4W . AT Factory Relnil S fli -!: sir 11 g ! v. -r I -ti 31 9 3 1? .4 i J" in 121 h 8. IS ?!s;2 2. aO a 9 i " 3 I t ? . a SPRING- MILLINERY, 1874. Mrs. B. KEMPER, Is In daily receipt of an Elegant Assortment of PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS, choice rumen tw mmwn nows, Iovcllic in Straw, Silk mid Millinery Ciooiln. (Solicit. nff the Lndira or Troy nml Lincoln count v to ml) nncl humect CHEAPEST and MOST FASIUOXAIJLE in the city ot St. Chariot, with muuy thunks lor punt favora, 1 luniuln, respect full v. . ,n ,. Mr II. '1C13MPI4K. tn2,wl2 .No. 105 X. Muin biicut, St. Cliarlco, Mo. NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE IN TROY. JVOEL if JPILLMAMS, IN. MCDONALD'S BUILDING, SELL, GROCERIES CHEAP FOR CASH. All kinds of Count...

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. — 15 April 1874

THE TQY HERALD, APRIL lb.,1874. SPRIWO 1874. 1874. 1874 WOOLFOLK & GORDON, SPRING. SPRING. SPRING i r NORTON, HAUL AN & NORTON, Wfe'HJIVE JOSf DRRED A EaRIE AND WELL SELECTED Stock of Spring Goods, BoUvMt tor the CASH, which we off er ' m omr-customers at a very Small I'rottl. REMEMBER, WE BUY AND SELL TOR CASH. AND CAN SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY ?! STORE IN THE COUNTRY. All Standard Prints, lOo. Heaviest Brown Sheeting, II I -2c. Medium do do 10 to lie. Bleached Cottons, 10 to 16 2-3c. Ginghams, 12 l-2tol62-3c. Jeans and Cottonades in Great Abundance Ladies' Linen Handkerchief, all Linen from 91 per Doxen up. Ladies' Cotton lloic from 13 1-9 to 33 els. per pair. OUR DRESS GOODS ARE PRETTY AND OHEAP. OUR CLOTHING STOCK IS FULL OF GOOD GOODS AT LOW FIGURES. Oar Hats and Caps aro Xiato Stylos MEN'S CALF AND KIP BOOTS TO SUIT EVERYBODY Women's, Misses ana Chi arenas Shoes, in great variety at Prices that DEFY COM-PE1MTMOJY. Our Piece Goods Departm't EMBRACES IN FAltT FRENCH, ENGLISH...

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. — 15 April 1874

THfe TKOY HERALD, APRIL 15, 1874. 18T4, 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 STOOK OF PRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND QJIEENSWARE WHICII WE PROPOSE TO OFFER AT Prices that Cannot be Undersold by Any Cash House in Lincoln Co.! t We trill not undertake to enumerate the Vwrlvu Attractions in our stock? the "Herald" would have to be enlarged Tor us to do this, WE MAKE NO QUOTATIONS OF PRICES t Our Neighbors hive given the Figures on some of the Leading Artioles of Trade, which are regarded as the Established Prices In this Mirk FARMERS, GRANGERS, EVER TBODT, REMEMBER TOUR OLD FRIENDS, WHO HAVE AL WATS ACCOMMODATED TOU, AND WHO WILL GIVE TO U AS MANY G O ODS FOR TOUR DOLLAR, IN MONET OR PRODUCE, AS ANT OTHER HOUSE CAN. Troy, Mo., April 1, 1874. PARKER, OREWS eft CO. TROY HERALD. WEDNES...

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. — 22 April 1874

HERAlIX ,1 ( V( )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 22, 1874. 50. 16. THE TROY HERALD, PUBLISHED BY FISHER & MUDD, AT 91.SO n Yonr in Advnnon. RATIt OF ADVERTISING. I smiare 1 Insertion 1M tiaeli additional Inxcrtlon 75 Administrators' Notice A 00 Final tfettlemont hoth Jl OA Mray Notices (atagla stray) 8 00 J'lacli aildlUonat stray In munn notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduutlou will be made to regular Sitvertler. Advertisement will take the regular run of the vaiier. Extra charge made lor pro form! placed. No vartltlcate nf publication will Itn made until such publication has, liren paid for. The min-obscrvancc of till, rutti ha been the occalon of much trouble and actual lo- Oiir term ore: Cah In advance, un sub. sotptlon; cash on delivery, for job work and cash on demand, for advertisement. Our uonlal friend, Geo. Fleener, of trio bluff, Inform us that tie has planted four acres of potatoes In an- anticipation of the nrmy of candidates who will" bo around 'this trimmer hqi'itln...

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. — 22 April 1874

THE TROYHERAD, PRIL 22, 1874. .it HERiiib. TROY WEDNESDAY, APIHL 29, 1874. ' -. J t - ' -- inibllsaed by request. HKfXUCTieNtl la file Rnm mi afaaaaael Block, af ter Ike rasallraaa tasteeMe laflt.td By Mm. Maiiy W'tya, May, 1843. mi . immm 1.-. ltAl amm. anil filial im,tr.lr!;S.' With all that summed ft, fa wrapped In .... 'l,nm, , , ,., ...,. ,1,. i Tliouuli Minleim bright tliroiigli the win. ..... V.7. Y" ..V. -.in ,!... with lu-niv flame. HW US M. ..... Those sunbeams borrowed their brightest ray From llio mlleor thoao now faraway t Ami the tiro now murmur 'tin not tor you Tint 1 npurklo now with u ruddy hue. Jlow nnvtou havo been our meet hur here M'llh neighbor kind mid friend sincere, In contiuYueu and love to ibum Kacuothcr' ornw, Joy and care. The aplrlt of welcome that greeted u here heuined to Mil all the house and to float on theitlr; It shone nil around ui from osch shining loci', , , And wo lot our care in Ita warm embrace. lint HI unit, and I try f.ahutout the thoiiRht...

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. — 22 April 1874

THE TBOY HERALD, APBH..22, 1874. Vp a Traa. Ono night, recently, vonnjf Mullen, of New Castle, who roared that the Jady ho lovort wim sntcrtalidatf an ad inlror, dolormlned to climb a troo In tho yard, from which ho could tee Into the sit ting. room In tho socottd utorjy whero the vouag woman wua supposed to bo. Just us he got hliu ftulf fixed in a comrortablo position commanding the window, tonio ono iipwii tho lusldn pulled tliu ciirtnln ilown. Then Mulllii inado uti hi mind to descend. It was very dark, but Just aa ho began to alldo down tho trunk, Mullou ucard a dog bark lug furiously beneath, audi looking down, ho saw hugo animal cupor litg about, apparently very ongorto iilp Mr. Mullen's legs. Then Mullen suddenly climbed up tho tree again, n ml endeavored to drive tho dog off, but the mo 10 ho :poko to tho brute, tho more it dnuced around and burked. Then Million cntiio down as Mf art ho dared, and tried to conx tho -uiiluud, but this only iiiiulo him hop .about iiud howl mor...

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. — 22 April 1874

THE . &ROTB 'HERilHiDi PRIIi J22, 1874. TJROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, Alfi!L 22, 1874. THEO. 9. nMMEB, 1 Mltsra. INM.ATI9N IS THE WOftD. The senate inflation bill, fixing tho maximum amount or United states notui at four hundred millions, ami providing for free banking, was passed by the home on tho 14th, and will doubtteia become a Innr, cither by tho President', signature or by his allowing ten daya to elapse without touching it. It Is asserted by know ing ones in Washington thut Grant will not veto tho incHSiiro ; but a tics ncrato effort ia being mado by tho Eiistcrn capitalists to liiduco blm to. do so. A petition signed by alout 2.600 bankers, capitalists and- mer chants of Now York, asking that tho measure bo vetoed, lias been pre edited to him. To this conitnittco tho 'president expressed himself as opposed to inflation, but in favor of tree banking, although ho did not commit himself as to tho courso ho would pursue In the matter. The West In greatly interested in this matt...

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. — 22 April 1874

THE rTBOXt HEUALD, APiKII 22,114.! WENTZVILLE IS AHEAD! . GRANGERS, ATTEjypgQJ! r MlDDtEilEN STAND ASIDE THE NEW FIRM OF ' HITDSOU & WINN, (SUCCESSORS TO BUOW-N, HUDSON & t'U.J Art now offering for Inspection arid Sale, a Mammoth Stock of Goods Of Every Description l We Respeotfully Call Attention to the Following Leading Articles: 0 lbs. Choice Sugar for $1.00; 10 lbs. prime N. O. Sugar for $1.00; 11 Ibsl common Sugar for'$l. 00; 3 lbs Choice Rio Co fee for $1.00; Teas, 90c io $1.40 per lb.; Syrups 50 to 7oc per gallon; All Standard Prints, 10c; Best Brown Domestic, 10 io 11 l-2c; Bleached Domestic 9 to ISc; i Plow Shoes SlJiO io $2.00. O THER G O ODS PR OPOR TIONA TEL Y LO W. CLOTHING AT COST. OUtt MOTTO : Small Profits & Quick Sales, Heads of Families ore "Welcoming? The Cash System As a New Era in Progression and Low Prices. . Our freights nro our principal rxponso ; benco wo ran offer greater inducements, for CASH or PHODUCK. tlian any other house with in a nicIIuh ...

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. — 22 April 1874

THE TROY HERALD, 22, 1874. NEW 6R0CERY AND JfflOVJfilON STORED TROY, JOHN P.1LYN0TT, 5 DEALER IN ' , ,, 4 HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, BBNBT BitO,, Mamrfketuren of and Pelcr la Boots! Shoes, Keep constantly onhtndalusa auortm'tof SELL GROCERIES CHEAP FOR CASH. All kinds of Country Prodnos Bought. jftemt Shop In Connection -with Store. n8t GIVE TJB -A. CALL. PLOWS AND WHEAT DRILLS AGRICULTU RAL IiTIPLEllWT AT Factory Retail Price SPRING MILLINERY, 1874. Mrs. H. KEMPER, If In dtjly receipt of an Elegant Assortment of PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS, CHOICE fflENCtf AND MICff flOWEBS, Novelties m Strnw, Silk nnd millinery Goods. CiTSolicltinfftheLnilirA of Troy nml Lincoln county to ml) nnd Innpoct these iirettv untiil, pioimlii;r thiMii tlint mv NUW Block 1 I ho LARGEST, CHEAPEST nnd MOST FASIIIOXAHLE in tlio city of St. Clmrlci, with iniiuy thunks tor imsl luvoin, 1 ruiiiuiii, respectfully. 31im. II. KEMPKU. m25wl2 No. 105 X. Muln street, St. Clmi lcs, Mo. zimmm s nmaaaamsiBBn- i rr SI REDUCED IN ...

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. — 22 April 1874

THE TROY, HERALD, Aa?RHj;2& 1874 184 a,PR1KO cl8f4 WOOLFOLK & GORDON, TROY, MO. WEI WE JUST OPENED A URGE AND WELL SELECTED Stools of Spring Goods, Bought tor the CASH, which we offer to our customers at a very Small Profit. REMEMBER, WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH. AND CAli SEIL CHEAPER THAN ANY ' STORE IN THE COUNTRY. All Standard Prints, lOo. Heaviest Brown Sheeting, II l-2o. Medium do do 10 to Ho. Bleached Cottons, (0 to 16 2-3o. Ginghams, 12 1-2 to 16 2-3c. Jeans and Cottonades in Great Abundance. Ladies' Linen Handkerchief, all Linen front f 1 per Dozen up. Ladies' Cotton Hone Irom 19 1-9 to 33 cU. per pair. OUR DRESS GOODS ARE PRETTY AND CHEAP. OUR CLOTHING STOCK IS FULL OF GOOD GOODS AT LOW FIGURES. Our Hats and Cms avo Lata Stylos and Very Low. MEN'S CALF AND KIP BOOTS TO SUIT EVERYBODY Women's, Misses ana Chit' rtrcn's Shoes, in great variety at Prices that JDUFY COM' JPEIITIOW. Our Piece Goods Departm't EMBRACES IN PART FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CASSI MERS.3-4and(-4 ...

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. — 22 April 1874

THE1 TBOY HERALB, APRIly 22t 1874. 1814. . J i W i J- 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 600DS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND GAPS, 'GROCERIES, - HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE WHICH WE PROPOSE TO OFFER AT Prices that Cannot be Undersold by Any Cash House in Lincoln Co.! We will not undertake to enumerate the Various Attractions In our stock the "Herald" would have to be enlarged for us to dm this. WE MAKE NO QUOTATIONS OF PRICES Our Neighbors have given the Figure on tome of the' Leading Articles of Trade, which are regarded at the Established Prices in this Market FARMERS GRANGERS, EVERYBODY, REMEMBER TOUR OLD FRIENDS, Wh6'HAVE ALWAYS ACCOMMODATED YOU, AND WHO WILL GIVE YOU AS MANY GOODS FOR YOUR DOLLAR. IN MONEY OR PRODUCE, AS ANY OTHER HOUSE CAN. u t . Troy, Mo., April 1K2874. , . ) ' - PARKER, CREWS A CO. TROY HERAL...

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. — 29 April 1874

j-T'-i t JL 1 Jcj VOL. .Ml .II' TROY, HPOLN.GQUPTY; MQMlAPRIIil 29, 18174' M NO. 17. T - ' I ..' L i : 1 J - - - - ',i . . I. i.llli . , TROY HERAT'D, PDBM8IIKD BY FISHER & MUDD, AT JM.flO a "Vemr In AdVAhno. RATIt OW ADVMTItlNQ. 1 square 1 Insertion ,(1MI Mill atumimiui insertion , Administrators' Notices Final ettlcment Notices W 1IU tt Alt Strav Notices (slinfle strnvi ,1 00 Each additional stray In Minn Mot Ire. . 1 00 I.IIhtuI dt'ductloiu will tie made to resulur advertisers. Advertisement will tukn the rrgutar run cm i m- paper, txirn cuarge inntiu ror ire ferrcd nlurrs. No ccrtltleatn of publication will b made Until such publication him been paid Tor. The non-nhsurvanea of this .rule ha been the occasion of much trouble and actual loss- our term arc: Cash In advance. n miI. sriiitton ; cash on ilvllve ry, for Job work and cash on demand, for advertisements. COURT DIRECTORY. CincuiT Court. Klrst Monday after the fourth Momliiy In March and Ncntcmhnr. County CoL'KT. Second...

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. — 29 April 1874

THEiTBOY HEBAED; APRIL 89,11874. 1L TROY HBAiyDV WEDNESDAY, APML , 1874. " "T-r ' rr - ' ' JFcllllcal fltralllr. Wo hear a great ileal now-a-dnys about the rule of "oooitd rata inoii ;" miiU there aro tunny good peoplo who tuncy tlio couutry'U tutWInif from tlio lack of great statesmanship among our Iuwiuiik!I' nnii ma executive oillcers ot the government. Thero is n mciisuroof lustlcuiu llita Judgment, without doubt, but It does not cover the ground. Thoro Is, nt lenit. nbll- iiv enough among theso men to carry t heir policy, whatever It tuny bo. Thcro Is tio lack of ingenious sublet' luge, lit i- ronclilng lutrigtio, bold nun liowcrtui leaning, nun peranum iiiiiu unco mid public eloquence, to coin i mo iwiy end desired. Thcro Is no Jack of Instrumentalities to push nny opproveii party scnente ; to. lorwnru nny special Intercut ; to udvnnco nny iiccttoual policy ; to scciiro tlio per sonal iiirirrandlzomcnt of iiuv net of a cabal. Front tiro low slnudiolut of the prcvnlciil politic...

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. — 29 April 1874

THE. TEQH;HERAIiB.i iAMKW )29t 18514. "i:tc,tuai. ltOyoUy liiucli'a WrlouVninttcr,t tliu bett of HlWipn; tliat l-tynl iitWoV ngils nio'uot ux'psetetl to JoJ itiueli,' niul wliL'ii tliuy do indulge In Hint innocent recreation, their Justs ulwnvs pass lor ull tlujy nro worth. , Chio'eif Victoria warlatcly erodhe(rw(tli;V ncut remark, apropos of t lie ItOjuib lleati opinions uf 5$lr Charles Dtlke, which, of eoilrso. Wore not over pleas unt to her. whose business Isltnynlty. Sue said that tliu ttBcd to, take 11 lit on hor kucc when ho was n eltlld, ami btrblto 111 hnIK "But. tiorlinni." mlded her Majesty, "Islrokod it Hie Wl'otijf way." Xapoleou I ho Third never had ilio reputation of a wit, but lie Mild ono iharu thinjf nl'leV lie had iimde hiuiselt muster ol t lie desti nies til' France. It win ut I lie expense of hit prlneclv cousin, Plon IMon, vliu said to him one day, " Vou nnvu untiling ol yo.ir iinelu about, you." Yus,'' lie replied, "his hiiully." If ull llie'oud Hiliis tliut ki...

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. — 29 April 1874

THE TROY HERALD, APRIL 29, 1874. TROY jfeKALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3t, 1874. THE. jot. a. aMltara. lew Life infalmouth It It Mid (lint the breach In the lie. publican party occailoued by differ encci arising out of the financial qucillon, is becoming so wldo that the leaders aro losing their sympathy or.concort of action in matters per taining to other subjects. A'majorlty of tho house conjrrei clonal couimlltco on elections has tnndo ft reitort that, tinllhnr Plunk bock (colored) or Sheridan, iu tho In" Ainor,c" PPC' lh0 wns Louisiana contested election matter. r.c-,or,u'1 without any rceomuieudo- li entitled ton soat. Tho minority V0"'. " c?"ro"' " "a r mYm " I tl All Villa alntit m . 1 1 1 I i .. aw.au.. niviiUi humiu iiu UIIIU prompt action in tho opening und im . Hn llnlH... .- . .1... I 1 .. . t I ! -! Contrary to the exncctiitlon of the ..1... ... x- ,. . ., - iuiiuhitd IIIC ITVSii mill iturillWOtt a ,.,...-, .u.iuuii. if ran. una voiueil water traniinirtatinn lu I in unnlmacl l...

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