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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 April 1874

THE TROY HERALD, APRIL 29, 1874. WENTZVILLE 18 AHEAD! MIDDLEMEN STAND ASIDE THE NEW FIRM OF . HUDSON & W12TN, (SUCCESSORS TO DROWX, HUDSON k CO.) Art now offering for Inspection and Salt, Mammoth Stock of Goods Of Every Description Wt Respectfully Call Attention to the Following Loading Articles: 0 lbs. Choice Sugar for $1.00; 10 lbs. prime N. O. Sugar for $1.00; 11 lbs. common Sugar for $1 .00; :Ubs Choice Rio Coffee for $1.00; , Teas, fJOc to $1 .40 per tb. ; Syrups 50 to 7c per gallon; All Standard Prints, 10c; Best Brown Domestic, 10 to 11 l-2c; Bleached Domestic !f to ISc; Plow Shoes $1.C0 to $2.00. O TIIER GOODS PROPOR TIONA TEL Y L O W. CLOTHING AT COST. OUIl MOTTO : Small Profits & Quick Sales. Heads of Families are "Welcoming? The Cash System A n iew Era in Profrretmion and Low Prices. Our freights nrc our prlneipnl pxprnc; licnro wo ran offer greater IndueoiiicnU. lor CASH or IMIOIU'CJH, tliiiu nny other hoiiso with in it mil i iik of 40 mid;. You run snvn limn ami...

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. — 29 April 1874

V. V. CAKE. A J. Mi JI'I.Kl.t.AN Cake moLellan, r Real Estate Agents, f Ofllco In Court lloibc, Troy, Lincoln Comity, Mo., l'tioPUH-rr ron alu. J. Jlllltl v uvili;n iimit'i- lahl with a vein of coal twulvti fret thick.1 within ilftv feet of tlm Kioiiml ; eight uilL-s Wot irout 'J'roy. I'rlco (M.'KW., No. 4. Hiiltiie county land ; an I in-1 proved farm of MO'iutm. iiJfl ihtm hinler fence, 110 uerrs timber. Mowed oa house til' lit o renins one nnd u half stories IiIkIi! n tenant hoUso eighteen li.V eighteen dvt : it IhliiK uiidu cistern well ut tint house, set ciii (.pil e's on the fiirin tiiid n streiuii of lliliur, . nlcr at uno uml ot' It. An orchard of olio hundred nud kc rntren fruit trri't now in hciirim;, kl'mii utiles iVoin Jlrovti llli', on ii Voiilrnml. Will lie miUI cheap on lon time. I ut' uwlianscil for property In tliU comity or . la St. I.oiili, I No, HottFc nud 4 luls in Troy;. limiM! orrotir roiiiii unci two porches, u well. Miiokit hout Htnlilit, t'rult untl simile t...

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. — 29 April 1874

THE Tttoy HER ALti; APRIL29, 1874. 1ST4I1874. 18T4 Jwphxno WOOLFOLK & GORDON, spring. TROY, MO. WE NAVE JDST OPENED A LARGE AND WEIL SELECTED Stook of Spring Goods, Bought tor the CASH, which we offer to our customers at a vert? Smalt JProttt. REF.????LR.WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH, AND CAN SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY ' STORE IN THE COUNTRY. All Standard Prints, lOo. Heaviest Brown Sheeting, II 1-2 c. Medium do do 10 to lie Bleached Cottons, 10 to 16 2-3o. Ginghams, 12 1-2 to 16 2-3c. Jeans and Cottonades in Great Abundance, Ladle Linen Handkerchief, nil Linen IVom 91 per Dozen up. Ladle' Col Ion Uobc from 13 1-9 to 30 cfs. per pair. OUR T RESS GOODS ARE PRETTY AND CHEAP. OUR CLOTHING STOCK IS FULL OF GOOD GOODS AT LOW FIGURES. Our Hats and Caps arc 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 DEFT? COJfl PETITION. Our Piece Goods Departm't EMDilACKS IX 1UKT FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CASSI M...

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. — 29 April 1874

THIS TBOYt HERALD, AP3&at187f TROY HERALD. lVffNE&AV, APRIL 38. 1874. RANfTAK MEAMIRESJ. J'hoicliUwii it Uie'Cownof Troy nro hereby notified and directed to i lioratitf hly dUlnfoot tiutl clcnnao tlioir dwellings, sut-heuscs of ovory uc xcrlutMtV Mid jrroundl. Vllliln i reasonable timo nftcMliis notice, tho marshal will mnko a lour of lnsncc lion nml will report all casos of fail- tiro to comply with tho demand of this notification to tho board, which will cause nil such premises, so re liortcd to bo disinfected nt tho cost of I lie owners thereof, and tnko luch other action as may ho deemed tieecs Miry. Theto piocuttlons nro deemed inipci-nilvcly nouctsat'y to froo tho town and vicinity from any dangcrof tt recurrence of lust year's visitation. It is to bo hoped that every house holder will npprcclnto tho necessities of tho situation mid relievo the au thorities from uny ciiibtirrnssineiit thut might nrlso from n rigid enact ineiit of this order. By order of the council, th...

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. — 6 May 1874

vol. o. 0 . .:,TBOT..EnspoiiioSd4:MAX74nvJ ,' ; "' ""f. . vljlgpi 1 TROY. HER AID, FISH!B& MUDD, ticfli'& Miii'lUiliiilid Each additional Insertion 76 Auminmirsio- ac-tiee,. a. a. a. ...... OlAI M M 1 a oo Kncnaaaimnai array in sarnn notice:, i oo l.liieral deduction will be made to regular advertiser.. Advrrtlsriacata will take the regular run of the paper. Extra charge made for pre-fcrn-d place. No certificate of publication will be made until such publication him becu paid Tor. The non-obucrvancc of thin rule has been the neiiaMon of rqurh troubles and actual low- uur term arc: uan in auvanr.c. un mid. Million; canh on delivery, for job work and cask on demand, for advertisement. COURT DIRIOTOIIY. CittctTr Civmt, slrrt Moadsy sfttr tlio uni nil .iionnay in mhfcu anusnpicmiier. Coitntv Count. Second Mottdny In Koto ruury. Mar. Aubum. and November. I'lmnATK Cotm.T. Second Monday In .Intiuary, April, July and October. I. O. O. P. Troy Lodge No. 08 1. O. O. P. meet every Hsrt...

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. — 6 May 1874

674. If ?rfi . -, , 1 ii ! um i ig m i m pi in ii TROY HEkAif. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1874. Ml JM. A, area, i whn anr !. hat was nttw, Don't'tancfe fctmyoMtiat, 4tar wlfet 't UVm -AU ml ff i Although I've got abetter one, Tni loth to Wile Utlnjj by cheerful f rs It slew ef WW i view, And think how awlftlr have flown the days mnee mj ora mm wm new. VT ulle Mltlair by the cheerful flro tome other Mizgcited by tho poor old hat that huge bewremyeye;; ... , . . . f thisk how mn friend I've bad that time iww provru uniruo ; .... vviit.lmui profoKHloiw they did make when my om nsi wm new. 1 j-cari of fraud on every hand where thieves lilffli offlee hold i read how on election day mon's rotes were iiniiffiu nnn eiu ; Tlila land will go to ruin noon, If ruled by mien n crew; fu honest man wa king of, men when my old nu ni new. Now when man slays lila fcllow.man they raise that flimsy plea .''.one Ih tho act of elMefenae," or "In Insanity. Then to a pnrlor cell he goc to itay a day or two ; TUey h...

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. — 6 May 1874

..w f Ifor the frav IIrald.1 At tMt junctaro the Corona- A. that ... r-r-x- tj t- - -- i junciuru lira uorone ten you, boy., It was glorious (sired to show to the Jury the courso iuii mom any. a huntlu' dceri an WKC" .y " Mil, ana for tint pur coon, a,,' bee. .Jo.,," exclaimed J IjEftg JT& J2 ouro.uirio.m Dill Back.tayi but! tragedy. Y0 .00? .aid ho-and j ""ju nuaitiu siur no uruw i ne corset arouiia hit Instead of a liuntln' yarn. J'1 w,,,h tlo lace, in front "tho 'Woll, f thar over wa. a feller H W.Mfe not III lovo oftener ami tnvi.il h. .1 "'"V" X"W X?' ""v harder than I did. ho didn't live front. Conftfun i 11 p 1. J round thin cleartn' lartln. I waa wrojr- Ahlthl. way." (Hero tho nuers a iui in-m loyo with ov'rv srurl ; w " upu o the Init the hardest. Hut when 8qulro directly over hi hip, "thu ball must OIllllll into hi in ,..,..., ,.,..... u-e-.au' with I ought to know how to rig a co.se ' o.kalckcrdrosswithflgbr,itblg. "Yc," mid Mr. Mather, "but von gor nor your bond, Wil...

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. — 6 May 1874

THbY JEftALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY fl, 1874. JWS. A MCBD, J BMrs. THE hjiajiciai, pnoMLEn At. apropos t9 the flnaucial quos- tlon that la agitating the lenglh ami prcudthof tlio land, and 1 npullcn I Ion to tlio nccossltios.of tlio Weal, wo give nn nbs'truct of thnt port of thespeech of Cunt. Thurmond, deliv ered a short tlmo since, which boar upon tlio subject. "Tho experience of tlio English poo plo after the Napoleonic wara warn us against the policy of forcod re- sumption, whilst tho possibility of repudiation, thnt would injure nil In tlio long run, suggests tho uvoiduiico of excessive Issue. Wo hnro shown tho difficulties in tho South whero they have only throo dollar per cap ita to New Englund's thinly odd, and have discussed the moans by which wo of tho northwest niny relievo iliom hud ourselves togother, Increas ing our prollta within live years eighty millions par nnnuin. We should avoid both these liiiancinl ex tremes by addressing ourselves, In a spirit of philosophy and on pr...

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. — 6 May 1874

THE"! TBO.Y HERAM), flf AY 0, 187:4: 1T4 18T41874. WOOLFOLK & GORDON, spring. ' trot, mid. .v ; 18.74 WE HAVE JUST IPENED A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED Stook of Spring Goods, Bought for the CASH, which we offer to our customers at a very Small JProfft. REMEMBER, WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH. AND CAri I SELL 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, 10 to 16 2-3c. Ginghams, 12 1-2 to 16 2-3o. Jeans and Cottonades in Great' Abundance. Ladies' Linen Ilandkerchiefg, all Linen from 91 per Dozen up. r,Ladicft Cotton lloac from 191-3 to 38 cts. 1874. SPRING. SPRING NORTON, HARLAN & NORTON, TROY, MISSOURI, HATE JUST PLACED UPON TflEIlt COUNTERS TOE LARGEST, BEST SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCK OP GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever Offered in Lincoln County The above Goods have all been bought for SPOT CASH, and will be told as Low, or f LITTLE LOWER TH1J OTHER HOUSE IN THIS COUNT!" CAN OR WILL SELL THEM. p...

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. — 6 May 1874

Cake Molellan, .FUtiEUf Agents, OtlcclnCnurtilouw, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., o. 2. Conl hind : -10 acri'R unilrr- lal.l wUHn,veuif eoaUwclto feet thick, within nrtyfrat of tho ground! eight Mile WOUtirom Jroy. irieo-n.w. N'ri. 4. Sallno county nnil : an tin nrovcd farm of 400 acrei. WO acren under retire, ISO acre timber. Hewed lojf lmue of flto room one and a hall' Ntorlcx high l n tenant Iioukr eighteen by clKhtecll fret : u living and a elm cm well ut the hotnm, hcvcii Mirl-iim on tho farm and a rtrenui ni' llvlny water atone nd or It. An orchard or one lmndred and acventooti I'm it treca nun in bearine, iioven mile from llrowii-vlllo. on u ronlroad. Will lio nold cheap nn long llnic, or exchanged for properly In litis county or itlSU l.ouli. Nn. A Hnuaeniiil 4 lot in Trov: Iioiim; of four room and twnponherf. a well, finokc hoime, Htabld, fruit mid ahado tree inn ndiiaru from town mtrinir. Price l.ooo. No. 8. A liirni within one mile of the court hnuc In Troy, IWJ acre nt ?:ii....

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. — 6 May 1874

THE lTBOY HEB4JLJ,MAY & jLffl&r U ENTZTOLIA2 18 AHEAD. GRANGERS mMTTEtYTMOrt MIDDLEMEN STAND: ASIDE THE NEW FIRM OF HUDSON & WHTN, (SUCCESSORS TO 10 WN, HUDSON CO.) . Art ntw offering for Inspsstlon tnd Ssls, Mammoth Stock of Goods Of Every Description Wo Reiptetftilty Call Attention to' the Following Leading Artioles: .9 lis. Choice Sugar for $1.00; 10 lbs. prime N. O. Sugar for 91.00; , 11 lbs. common Sugar for $1.00; .? lbs Choice Rio Co fee for $1.00; i Teas, 90c to $1.40 per lb.; Syrups SO to 7c per gallon; All Standard Prints, 10c; Best Brown Domestic, 10 to 11 l-2c; Bleached Domestic 0 to 18c; Plow Shoes $lftO to $2.00. OTHER GOODS PROPORTIONA TELT LOW. CL O THING A T COST. OUIl MOTTO: Small Profits & Quick Sales. Heads of Families are Welcoming The Cash. System A a If cw Era In Progression ana Low Price (Mir freights nVo our principal oxponao; hence wo nan offer jrrnnlnr Inducements, for CASH or l'llODUCK, than nny other linuao with in n rndltiN of 40 miles. ...

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. — 6 May 1874

TifB troy mmAmmxrwim. rUI ilfi' ' Urofflctlhe jer dwMliitcreit. A few .jrka Hffutetl that, It woplfl Jkftftajaaiis 4p,Th. hilemU f tkMwn to haro Mm nurihtl'derotofcU whole time lo tlio duties of hU bfilce. . Since that time iiianyol oiir citizens, have expressed to. hi their MffMVal rami, asked that the mattwtye'Mtated ttid the board urged U atfc ln the prcsalsea. "The bualtMitalta pt reputation for, neaceeulsWnii a atrict enferoe inentof tfledrdirlslnees and statutes li fully appreciated by. these of our citizens who ,hayo jrlrcn tho matter a tuougui, we are uertaiu the dusi nous men of the tovrti would bo Very willing to defray the additional ex pense such a proposition would eu- tall, could its adoption be procured in no Qtoor way. Dut we do not make any such suggestion as this, for it would be niaiilfestly unfair, as every citiien in town Is Interested In tho preservation of law and order. In this particular, Troy will compare very favorubly with any town or Its slip hi the stat...

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. — 13 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD. hi ' i V ' ; . i . V( )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAY 13, 1874 SO. 10. TROY HERALD, ruBLtaniD bt FISHER Ac MUDD, AT 01.SO n Vcor In Advnnoo. RATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Iniicrtlan 1M Each additional liinertloii 75 Administrator' Notice 8 00 Klnsl Settlement Notice .1 00 -Stray Notices (single stray) 3 00 Etch additional stray In same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions wilt be made to regular advertisers. Advertisement will take tlio regular run of the paper. Extra charges made for pre forrcd place. No certificate of publication will bo made Until Mich publication linn been paid tor. The non-fllmcrvancc of this rule ha been the occasion of much trouble and nctual low- Our term are : Cah In advance, mi sub. M-iptlonn ; raah on delivery, for Job work and cuMi on demand, for advertisement. COURT DIRIOTORY. Circuit Court. Kim Monday alter the fourth Monday In March and8cDtcmher. County CoOUT. Second Monday In Fob- . k i . .... ... I V I . .. nun J , .qni , -ihk...

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. — 13 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, 'MAY 13, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1874. SKVENTEKK. I chohl ho stands whore goldmi sands Anil shells bsglrt life's silver sea i Ills full-orbed eye read In the ky No sign of dorm that I to be. Parental hslls anil garden walls Ills rostless foot enntiot restrain t lit; tip-too stunds, beholding lands That rise upon the distant main. Kit ardent breast reels tlmt unrest And longing for tho brlht unknown TJiat vu?ue untold that must unfold rho unpossessed as alt his own. An Inward firo of grand doKlrc Kecds all the pulses of his soul ; I To aspires to rlc above the skies. ' And view tho lands from polu to pole. Ho looks, and Iuiirs, and hears the songs That Ocean syllables all day, Oi' Mauds green that lie unseen lleyond the outer gates of Day. Oil, wanton boy ! with shadows toy, White hope Is strong and fancy free ; tin gather shells where Ocean swells, And watch thy ship go out to sea. . I he wind Wus damp with coming wet. When (leorgu nnd blue-eyed l.lxxl...

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. — 13 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MAY 13, 1874. YIMMY McJIMftfKYS HBMUHBKO "Whlto Chapel Graveyard was a dreary place doubly dreary at night, when you aaw 1U ghastly stotiea and the gray walla of Iho church abape themselves suddenly out of tlio dark ucsa by tlio luuoly rouil. A nearly IVtrtfotioti generation was gathorod intuit. Tlio town had a now come tory mid a new church at the cross roids ; to no ono now over cut the grass or righted up tlio loanlug ehibs lit Whito Clutpul Graveyard. Wood choppers passed it quickly In tlio dusk of evening, uud lulus ot supernatural stalking there at midnight woro not wauling to Invent tlio place with tlio usual witchery of dread. Tlio pre vailing style of uionuiiiout in White Chnpci Uruvcyard wus a hollow brick oblong, built two or three foot high arouiitl a grave, uud rooted with .a flab of aluto or marble, lieu Holt's 'sweet Alice, whoso liulr wus so brown," must have lain uudor such u tomb. Distuul as the placo was, old Sully liked It, uud oltuii uiudc herse...

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. — 13 May 1874

troy, heaI- WEDNM8DAY, MAY, 18, 1874. r ..TL. u TIIM. J0S. A B. fflSHKB V Eflltart. The nopubtlcii party, notwith standing it lina tho heaviest load to carry that wm evor thrust upon the shoulders or any political body In this country tho overriding or tho state govcrnmcuts or South Carolina and Loultlaua, 4bo wholtsalo pluu dcrlngof tho Southern states, the Snu liornc, Jayno nnd other speeoiative jobs, tho Credit Mobillcr briberies, nnd tho general thlovpry or officials ol high and low degree throughout tho length uiid breadth or tho land has licciioiio or thejmost successful In its political career or any party in tho his tory uf tliu nation. This tact is won dcrful as well ns alarming, and It is veil for tho pcoplo, who liavo to bear till the bruut of Ilia prolllguuyof this groat political engine, to iiiquiro into tho wherefore, the secret of its tenac ity in holding on to the powerful lever of government. To the thoughful this is no difficult task. To tho soldier or the discipli...

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. — 13 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MAY 13, 187& 1874 PP 1,874 SPRIil& WOOLFOLK & GORDON, I SPBIN&. ! i I - 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 M'rofll. REMEMBER, WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH. AND CAN SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY STORE IN THE COUNTKY. JfORTON, HARLAN & NORTON, TROY, ImISSOUI, All Standard Prints, IOo. Heaviest Brown Sheeting, II l-2c. Medium do do 10 to Ho. Bleached Cottons, 10 to 16 2-3o. Ginghams, 12 1-2 to 16 2-3o. Jeans and Cottonades in Great Abundance. Ladies' Linen Handkerchief, all Linen from 91 per Dozen up. Ladies' Col ton Hone from 19 1-3 to 33 cts. per pair. OURIZ RESS GOODS ARE PRETTY AND CHEAP. Old CLOTHING STOCK IS FULL OF GOOD GOODS AT low figs-uhes. Our Hats and Caps are Late Styles na wary jjiow. MEN'S CALF AND KIP BOOTS TO SUIT EVERYBODY Women's, Misses and Chil dren's Shoes, in great variety at Prices that HEFV COM JPEJMTIOW. Our Piece Goods Depa...

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. — 13 May 1874

tfffiE TROY HERALD, MAY 13, 1874. P.O. CAM. J. M. M'f.KLt.AX Cake & MoLellan, t . Real EttiU Agents, , I oaotMBCarmllouac, Troy. Lincoln County, Mo., pHOeKHVY ton RALtJ. No. "J. L'onl Uml: 40 HcrvM initlor l.tlil wttli it vein r coil twelve fret thick, within llftr feet of th ground ; eltfht nilK-x westtroiuTroy. rrlaefl.wu. No. 4. Saline county land : an Im proved farm of 400 acres. 5;W acre tinder fence, 120 acres timber. Hewed lojr home nf live rcuiua one and n liutf Morlcs lil-li ; :i tenant house eighteen by eighteen leet : a livlni? ami a cistern well at the house, seven prliv's on the farm and a stream of llvlnjr water atone eml of it. An orchard of one hundred and seventeen fruit truce now in bearing, (even mile from Brownlllc. mm roatroad. Will l sold cheap on lontf time, or exchanged lor property In lid county or' inMt. ,ouis. ' No, fi. Ilotmn nntl I lnl tn Troy; houc of four room and two porches, a well, moke house, stable, fruit and shade trees line jtipiare from tow...

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. — 13 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MAY 13; 1874. IV ENTZV1LLE IS AHEAD. GR.liYGEilS, ,lTTEJTIOf: MIDDLEMEN STAND ASIDE THE NEW FIRM OF HUDSON & CTXXTXT, (SUCCESSORS TO HttOWN, HUDSON & CO.) Are now offering for Inspeotion and Sale, a Mammoth Stock of Goods Of Every. Description. 4 We Respectfully Call Attention to the Following Leading Articles: 0 lbs. Choice Sugar for $1.00; 10 lbs. prime N. O. Sugar for .$1.00; 11 lbs. common Sugar for $1.00; ii lbs Choice Rio Coffee for $1.00; Teas, UOc to $1.40 per lb.; SvrupsuOto 7c per gallon; All Standard Prints, 10c; Best Brown Domestic, 10 to 11 l-2c; B leached Domestic U to 18c; Plow Shoes $,r,0 to $2.00. II E A VT GOODS PROPORTIONA TELl'LO W. IIEA VI' CLOTHING A T COST. OUR MOTTO t Small Profits & Quick Sales. Henri of Families are "Welcoming1 The Cash System An a New Era hi PrcffrcMiou and Low Prices, Our livlylits nro our principal rxppiio; lieneo wc ran offer greater indtiienioiil... for CASH or PlfOM'C'K, tlfnn Hiiyollior lioiio with in n r...

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. — 13 May 1874

Tft TK6Y 4lEB!ALB,! MAY 13i 113743 i W1D Lkad Cum iOBAMOB.-Tho fol lowlngiUftllitof tnaoffloeraof Lead Creek grange, organized May 9tb, by Henry Wi PprkinsyKltjputy for this county: . Joseph , llyep, matter; Abo Duffovorsaorj Win. V. Haines, lecturer; CUy 'Motley, chaplain; Cbas. Holcomb, steward ; Goo. GIIII laml, Militant atowartt ; Jaraos Hum phreys, secretary; WIHW Hutton. treaisrer; John W. Myon, gato keeper; Mt M. Humphrey!, lady iifilttatit atoward; Mr. Ada Hum phreys, Ceres; Mrs Matilda Vcor kmnp, Pomona; Mn. lleltlo Mo Gloiscn, Flora. "Wo keep tho following favorite hrandi of brown iheotlng : Delmont itout. Great Western. St. Louis No. 1. Cabot A No. 1. Moil, itaudiivd. Wooi.foi.k ft Conpox. Xotlco is licruhy given to all per sous wishing good tresh milk that 1 will sell It at my houso for 20 cents per gallon. 19 Mits. Tii.i.m Hamuo.vd. TO THE FAItHIER SJF LINCOLN COUNTY. I will sell you implements, such at tho celebrated Champion Iteapur and Mower, Duckcye Reaper and Mower...

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