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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, . , , : . '-.1 .... . ' VI )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MOM MAY 20, 1874. NO. 20. TROY HERAI-D, ri'BMsiiim nv lISHlS! & MUDD, AT (Bl.fSO a Year In Atlvnn?o. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I mjitinv 1 lncitlon ft M ICacli additional tni'i1laii "S AduiluUtridniV Notleosi S lit) filial Settlement Notices il 00 Htrny Xmlcr Miiglu strnv) 3 oo Kuril iidditlniMl Mniy In satnr- notice.. 1 00 l.llii'i-iil deductions will lie made, to rcimlnr advertiser. Advcrtltmcut will take Dm regular run of tin1 picr. Extra charges Hindu fur pre ferred place. No ccrttlleato nf publication will bo inndo itll Midi publication Iiiim 1 It paid lor. , The noii-ohcrvauci! nf till ruin lias been tin- mviKloli of much trotihltintid actual Ins. Our terms lira: Cuh In aihiiuec. on sub. Mitliin ; caii mi delivery, lor Job work ml eali on demand, t'urmlvcrtUonii'iiln. COURT DIRECTORY. Circuit Cot.'iir. Klit Monday after the fourth Monday In March and September. County Cni'UT. Second Monday lii Feb rtmry. ...

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. — 20 May 1874

THE TRflfr1 HERALD 1874. TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1874. joa. a. ncMi i Ben Bolt and Sweet Alice. 1IY AMANDA MINNIE DOItai.ABS. Oil, don't you remember iwect Alice, Bon 1MIII, Sttfut Alice wlisso hair wu 10 brown Who blimlivil with delight when you gave ncr u Mtnio. Ami trrinlilcil with fenr it votir frown? lu the old church-yard in the vullcy,,lJvn iiou, In u corner secluded and lone, They have tilted avian of granite no gray, And owcet Micelle uuder the stone. K.NUl.tsil Don't you remember? Aio thoso tliico innirie words a key wherewith wc mar unlock tho flood-irutcs ol her licnrt, mid so nil tho sweet waters of I ho nasi over ilio plains nun uown tho hill ol' the I'ulr luml known in our lienrt-oxpcrleneo ns by-gone liven so. Tliuro riso botoro us vis ions of n tluio when thu bright deep eyes of tho young spring gazed shyly nt us from beneath (lie criuiucd mantle of winter when tho blue violets stolo their first lints from tlio bluer sky nbove; when tho cowslips ot sumty Ma...

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. — 20 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MAY 20, 1874. Yh BcUrUnuUn of the V. tUMMe.' The election of n mora inedlocrltv ' to succeed Charles Sumnorcuusos one to look at tho Scuato as It now Is, mid iimulra' hothf?' Phi. ImniS I n leh nfYl ? nSllnn.1 f Inmnm t Knot rnnld v dotSnt J n tltutlnv1 it! Im S incut, but state such facts only a. nil persons familiar with tho recant po- Wo wlll Hrst tarn Jo Vuw VWl.ti.l O tho e eve i Sonnin.. .w,i ? m Pen Kf that s?ctlo ? wl I lunvbo Iv SSlaSlSSi nonce ? Dccciullnir to a lower oluuo wo in c it reroirnlxa Edmiindi of Ver. 110 J ou" eoupio s.oi uwujr aiuiu iiioi it" "lorrl E tho friendly daikiioss of a mooulois Lnd'VlouTw ' ' 'iSSffiuSS1 jiUl.t, fled to a neighbor, and, about politicians of experience nnd ii odor' dttW" '!lxl iUor.uU, u i" nio talonu. Wo would hiVn in ir . Prociirlug lh """'vices of, u parson. so veil" A t long Intervals some of B"kow k"ot tt"d 11,0 "opw jr the lov thon.rendn " ''HU .V'.Ti 7 0tHtt butusiiiihocasonVmunyothennom. M'edy Irulilon. But ri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 May 1874

THE TKOY HEBALD, MAY 20, 18741 TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20,' 1874. TIIEO. D. riRIIEBi I JOS. A. ftVBB, I Cdltora. OPUXIMi TUB MOUTH OF THIS mlMisaippi. Some timo shico Capt. Eads of St Louis suhinlttotl a proposition to tlio general government lor the opening of the mouth of ihe Mississippi river, t o us to cunbto vessel of heavy-laden lo pass, thus Bccnrlu'ir to the North- west and the South ft chenp water transportation to tho seaboard. His oiler is a very liberal, and nt tho game time a sale one, to tho government JIu proposes to undertake the work m ids own cxpousc, mid In caso his plan is a stiscuss, tho tfovernnieut to pay him four million dollars. Considerable opposition against tho seheiuu has heeu manifested by Custom capitalists, and by tho pro jectors of a proposed canal through the swamp of Florida. The open- i 11 ol the Mississippi would matcrri- ully interfere with tlio canal project, tiiul heme the opposition that Capt. Kuds jolty plan meet in that direc tion. The...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 May 1874

THE: TROY BERAEDf, MAY 2P. l&7fa Farmers, Look to Your Interest ! A NEW DEPARTURE BY EVANS BROS P PUOl'KIETOllS OF EVANS BROS.' LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE N. E. Corner Twelfth and Poplar Streets, ST. LOUIS, MO. ino oniy wnrolioino which c1Ih direct for tlin Planter nun .shipper, Also I he lurcst Wurclinuio in tlio city, mill provided with tho bunt litfht lor cxpuRiuu ieni iur sine. CoiiiiiiIasIoii pet' 1 1 ltd. only One Dolinr. C'oiuiiiIhsIoii par Hox ntiiloi'&UO lb., only Twcuty-flvc Cents. Host prices al ivnyn obtiiincil. (ilvo in a trial ami bo convinced. , , , EVANS BROS. W ENTZV1LLE IS AHEAD. MIDDLEMEN STAND ASIDE THE NEW FIRM OF HUDSON & WIHTN, (8UCCKSSOKS TO MtOWX, HUDSON & CO.) Are now offering for Inspection and Sale, a Mammoth Stock of Goods Of Every description. Wo Respectfully Call Attention to the Following Leading Articles : 9 lbs. Choice Sugar for -$1.00; JO lbs. prime N. O. Sugar for -91-00; 1.1 lbs. com moil Sugar or $1 .00; ii lbs Choice Rio Coffee for ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MAY 20, 1874; P. C. CAM. J, II. M'LKIXAM few 4. n -r v Cake ft MoLellan, Reil Estate Agents, Office in Court flousc, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., FROPKHTY FOR SALti. No. '.'.Coal land : 40 acrus under hid with n win f coal twclvu feet thick, within lirtvcet or th ground eight Mile west from Troy. Price $I,W. No. 4. Sultno county land ; an im proved Turin tif 400 teres. i!2f) ncrcs under Knee, 120 acres timber. Hewed lojr Iioiimi of lite room one. and a hair stories Iiljrli ; it tenant house eighteen by eighteen feet : h living nml a clsleru well at the house, seven prPii:son the farm and n stream or Ihl.nr wnti r nt one end or It. An orchard of one hundred and tvventeeti rwlt trees now in licitriuu. iieven mile from llrovnvllle, ou a roalroail. Will he sold cheap on lull); time, or exchanged fur property In thl eounty or In St. Utah. . . ,M No, 6. Hotien nnu 4 lot In Troy; linii.ic nf four rooms and two porches, a well, Miiuke house, stable, fruit mid shade trees one ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MAY 20, 1874. 1814 sproto 1814 W00LF0LK & GORDON, TROY, MO. 1874. 1874. ' 1874 SPRING. SPRING. SPRING 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 Profit. REMEMBER, WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH. AND CAN SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY STORE IN THE COUNTRY. All Standard Prints, lOo. Heaviest Brown Sheeting, II !-2c. . Medium do do 10 to Ho. Bleaohed Cottons, 10 to 16 2-3c. Ginghams, 12 1-2 to 16 2-3c. Jeans and Cottonades in Great Abundance. Ladic' Linen Handkerchief, all Linen from 91 per Dokcii up. LndiCM' Col ton Homc from 131-3 to ttS els. per pair. OUR r RE6S GOODS ARE PRETTY AND CHEAP. OUR CLOTH STOCK IS FULL OF GOOD GOODS AT LOW FICTJI12S. Our Hats and Caps are Late Styles and Very Low, MEN!S CALF AND KIP BOOTS TO SUIT EVERYBODY Women's, Hisses and Chil dren's Shoes, in (treat variety at Prices that HEFIl COM' JPEIITIOJW Our Piece Goods Departm't KMHIIACKS IN PART ERENCH ENGLISH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD; MAY 20, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1874. The attention four rentier, Inter cstetl In the production mid shipment of tobacco, It commended to the card of Messrs. Krni Broji. of St. Lbtils proprietors of the largest Juuf to bncco wnreliouso in tho West, The enrd spcuks tor Itself in n way that nppeals to every ninn's Ideas of Jus tlee ns well us his pocket, and being most reliable gentlemen, we com mend a correspondence with the linn, which must cud with close nud inutlually bencllelal business rela tions. White goods, piques nud lawns. Wooi.volk t Gordon. A large stock of blcueuod cottons, cheap. Whoi.koi.k Si Gordon. Summer hats and summer clothing. Wnof.Km.K is Goudon. Strictly choice Hio coftuo ti 1-4 lbs. for one dollar. Woor.Kor.tc & Gordon. llrlngulougyour wool uud feathers, "Wo pay tho highest market price. WOUJ.KOI.K & GORDON. Wanted, bacon, wool and feathers. WooI.POI.K Si GOUDON. Wo buy and sell for vault, there fore uro a little cheaper ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD V( )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAY 27, 1874. STO21. TROY HERALD, rvii.iiHKD nr risiiEB & mxjdd, AT ttl.CEO n Yonr In Aclviino. RATKt OP ADVIRTISINQ. 1 square I Insertion 1 M Each additional Insertion 75 Administrators' Notice 8 00 Final Settlement Notices S 00 Stray Notices (allude stray) 8 00 Each additional -.trav in same nottco. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will beinado to resular advertisers. Advertisement wilt take the rccnlar run of tin papti'. Extra charges nude fur pre fcrrrcl place. No ccrtlilcato of publication will bn mail ;ntll Mich publlcHtlon lias been paid lor. The non-oheraiic of this rulo lias been the occasion of innc.li trouble and actual Ioki Ottr terms are : Cah In ailvance. on win. sclptlons; rash on delivery, for Job work ami casu on ucinanu. loraiiveruKoiiiein. COURT DIRECTORY. Ctnct'tT Cotmr. First Monday after tbo fourth Momlavln March andflciitemher. County CoUUT. Second Monday in Feb ruary, May. August, ami aovemncr, 1'UonATK Couiit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, MAY 27, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, J874. . A DMVO. Uy ik Cetafcmta Brill Ian erator mm tutiimi, OfearlM Jauaaa rx Though Bacchus auy tout ofulscaikllllng And folly In thought-drowning revels ile tight, Mtib worship, alas t hath no charms for the out When writer devotion our senses In vile. Tit ttio arrow at Mo, or the ranker of care Ml notion oblivious a clurm mar be stowj Jtut to fancy, that feeds on tliecttarmaot the fair. The death of reflection's the birth of all woe. What koiiI that poicn'd of a dream no divine, With riot would bid the sweet vision be goner Kir tho tear that bedow sensibility's shrine U n drop of moro worth than all Mac- chits' aim. 'i'lie tender cxees that enntnouts the heart To few In Imparted, to million denied; "I I the brain ot the victim that tempers the Hurt, And fool Jest at tlint for which ungei have died, I .'.uli i'hiiiii;c and eecM hath through life been my doom, And well may I apeak of lit Joy and Its strife i 'I lie bot...

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. — 27 May 1874

THE TROY HERALD, 'MAY' 27; 1874. AH LB TRArtKRftNTS)RY. John, our guide, refilled hi plpt,1 m Hi ma oegun to smotce; tnen poked tlio lire vigorously " lUsdcr, I trill (ell you ot n leap tliatJI.oiico undo on astacpmounttln Ide Iii tho Adirondack Highland more tlinu thirty years ago. I wan but a youth then, not qulto two-and-twenty; and that nittuinii ya trap ping with my brother on Boreas Lsko udtho An Sablo. It was early In tho season, About the mlddlo or October, In fact, that one day wo decided to go over tho mountain on to tho western branch, in hopes of ttudlug inoro gauio, tor thoniluk woru growing aenrco wliero we Until were. Wo started at about ten o'clock, with our guua and trapa, hoping to rcucli the rivor by Rundown; but tho day werj short, our baggage heavy, ami, In truth, Tahawas, us It wits then culled, Is not very easy to climb, so that night came on when wo were mily hnlf-wuy down the moun tain side. It was of no uo to groin bio, cticainptwe must until morning. Hill,...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 May 1874

WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, U74. DEJKOCBAn, TAJt BY YOUR W promised. ' few weokV iTnce in nn ortlclo considering t ho importance at organization, (hat the subject would bo, resumed at another time. Tho more we think of the aituallon, tho moro aro we convinced that the "key. to auceeia" ia thorough and systematic organization, and that to make it thorough there ihonld be n perfect understanding between all the branches aud tlw, general body; that tho elixir of lire should flow c-ontlnously and harmoniously from the connty (0 the state and from the Mute to tho national councils, and thence return again, thus kcoplng up n healthy correspondence. In order that the Unto and 'national councils itinv know how to mop out their Vlnns, they must be cognUt of the support of subordinate organization, ills tho duty, and a responsible one, for the Democrats In tho different counties throughout tho state to keep tliu party in tnct. In our former article wo partially considered that impractical stigjros t i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 May 1874

-I ,iVll') t r 5 1 it t. i .1 ' II! (it !ln I ' 1 ' ".. 111.! ' , it t ' PAKKEtfteREWSCO. f re' 'tHfifflfflimt opening rM teeek Their Socond Stook of Spring arid Summer Goods TO tOTHlOH (We invito tho iMoltt attention of allpartonsieeklnf deslwbl jetKie v. ; J t Ai At the "Bed-Rock" Prices ! ' When you are' in Troy dont fail to call a( the Indsee the Largest and next-assorted stock or General Merchandise in Lincoln County . WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HA TS, MEN'S AND BOTS" CL 0 THING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF EVERT DESCRIP TION, FROM CALICO TO SILK; Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonades, Tweeds and Linens, for Men's and Boy's Wear ; PARASOLS AND, FANS GLOVES, HOSIERY, BRING ALONQ YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS & CO. Troy, Mo., Apt it, 27, 1874. New Life in Falmouth tl m jsY-nrrwa soot U flometliluj; EVERY n WANTS! Nelson & Wilson Arc Disposing of a LARGE AND HANDSOME STOCK OK A PE...

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. — 27 May 1874

THE TRO Y HERALD, JSPAY OTJlttW Oak HoLellan, Rtil Estate Agtntt, A Olofcfcbwrtllouw, Troy, Lincoln County, Ho., PMOPBBTV VSR BALK. , No. 3. Coal Und; 40 Here tintlcr Inld with a) tela W,.u,l,k' wltulnfifaijfct ft&eftlK'tyP west front! W.- l'rlej,90e. 77 . No. 4. Sail no county Unit ; an Im proved farm of 406 acres. MO acres under fence, 120 acre Umber. Hewed log house or llvii rcumi one Mil a half stories nigh a tenant houao eighteen by eighteen lect : a llvlnif and a cistern well at the house, seven xnriiitK on tbu farm and a stream of llvlnif water atone oml of It. An orchard of one hundred awl seventeen fruit trees now in hcurin. euveii aiiioa frnm ftrownsvllle. una roalroad. Will bo aiild cheap on long time. r oxclwni cd for property In tbla couuty or InSt. Louis. .... , , No, 6. Ilouao and 4 lots in Troy ; iinum nrfntir roomaand twotiorchrs.a well, smoke house, stable, fruit and shade trees one square from town spring, Vrka 11,000. No. 8. A farm wltliln one mile of thn cou...

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. — 27 May 1874

THE TROY HtKBALD MAY i27i9 1874. rurraers, futM)k to Your Interest ! A NEW DEPARTURE BY EVANS BROS., ; PROPIWETOIlS or EVANS BROS.' LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, N. E. Corner Twelfth and Pcplar Streets, ST. L.OU1S, MO. Mi$$ -MAGGIE-ELDER, MILLWOOD, 310. DKALKH IK MILLINERY, FANCY COODS. A Complete Assortment o 'ae jatest Styles Ladies' Bonnets Ilntw and XrlraiutnfTM. Always on hand. The patronage of ttic limine Hunciieii. nio Tito onlv Wnrehottso which sells direct for tho Planter nnd Shipper, Alio tho largest Warehouse in llio city, uud provided with tho bent litfht tuv cxposlii"; Lcnf for sitlo. Commission per Uhd. only Otto Dulinr. Commission pot Box tttidor 600 lb., only Twoiity-flvo Cents. Host prices always oltulncd. Ulvo u.i a trial und bo convinced. JtlnSOin EVANS BROS. U EM ZV1LLH IS AHEAD. GMIAJVGERS, ATTEJS'TIOV! MIDDLEMEN STAND ASIDE THE NEW FIRM OF HUDSON & WXXTXT, (SUCCESSOKS TO DROWN, HUDSON & CO.) Are now offering for Inspection and Sale, a Mammoth Stock of Goods O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 May 1874

W WOOLFQLS & GORDON 1 WOOLFOLK & GORDON, t'-jL.'.Li.' HEW M1B UTBIOTT. Tha following aru the now road dls trlcti as laid off t tho late session of tho county, with names of bvcwecrs uud amount of roud fund duo each : 1. Comprises school districts Not. two and thrco In township forty-eight, rango oiio cast; James A. Miller, overseer: fund, sixty-eight dollars undtwcnly-twocents. 2. School dls- trlcts Nos. four lu township forty eight and live In forty-nine, one cast; overseer, Win. S. Mnrtin ; fund forty lour dollars. 9. School district No. one township forty-eight, two cast; ,lolm II. Simpson ; fund, sovonty-oiio dollars, sixty-uino cents. 4. District two, forty-eight, two and thrco cast; Jicury Rahuilor; fund, torty eight dollars, twenty-six cents, fi. Dis tricts one, forty-eight oiio cast and ouo forty-eight one west and to Dig creek; Jos. W. Tice; fund ilfty-clght dollars, eighty-two cents. 0. Dis tricts one, two, thrco and four, forty nine, one cast ; A. Y. Drown ; fund,...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 3, 1874. NO. 22. rii"r --vr tt tt n a t t JL1V U X XI Hi Xv XX. J JL, PUBLISHED BY FISHER, Ac MUDD, AT 91.no n Year In Advnnoo. RATCt OP ADVERTISING. 1 (Mjiiuro t Insertion tl 50 Each additional Insertion 7ft Ad'nluistrators' Notices 8 00 Final "Settlement Notice 8 00 Stray Notices (xlnitte stray) 3 00 Knell nddliloual stray In same notice.. 1 00 Liberal deductions will bs made to regular felycrtlscrs. advertisements will tike the regular run of the paper. Extra charge mUo for pre ferred places. No veriltleata of publication will bo raaile jmtil.stieli ubllcatloii has been paid lor. Tim uim-tihscrvaiice of this rulo fun linen till' occasion of much trouble and actual loss- our terms arc : Cash In advance. m sub. I'tptloiirf i cant! on- delivery, for Job work and cash on demand, for advertisement. COURT DIRKOTORY. t'inrt'tT CouitT. Flnt Monday after tbe fourth Monday In Mureh and September. Vnitsrv Coukt. Second Monday In Feb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 June 1874

THE TRQYi HERALD, JTIffE 31874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JUKE 3, 1874. soLoaeiv nvncwa riaitTiw KBIT0R. nv kotikxk rtr.t.n. lltirch nt In III nfflpp. jll' noe running blood, Ills eyes swelled and lilacs. ... HI clothlmr nil torn, hi body nil bruised, And great purple welts nil out 111 back. .ti editor in nn was Solomon Hureh, An editor man or mighty renown ; None wielded n cruder i'en Hum lie. And noiiu wui ho learcd In hi native town, lie was small as to stature this .Solomon Unroll, . ... Hut pondrou In liraln mid ready In wit ; In blackguarding liu'd have made 'I hvrsltcs lilllsli i Other newspaper men dared tint spur lilm ii lilt. Ileli:id a remarkably personal way Of giving tin' public partlelll.il' tlilltidcr, Ami lie tok a peellllMI'lv eriicl delight III knocking ambitious young Intriguers iiinler. folks-tot ortof down on .Solomon llurcli; His motlvrp were -toon, out sirungii was in wav f ervlnz tlie pulillo: and so they resolved 'I'n rid tln nivhe.H ol dim wlthoUt,ilcl.-iy. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 June 1874

THE -TROY HERrAM), JUNE 3 1874. Au Uucouutcr uiiii Mcvca California Lion. A corrcnondent of the Arizona Miner gives iliu following curious in nl Inuuilous account of an itdvon tuvo ill t ho wild ol that Territory t (Jn my way Ironi I'rcscolt recently 1 stopped lor I lio night at (Jump Hill ml, In iliu morning 1 started curly, In order to lukc mtvuntitjio ul Iliu lllilu I nut on the ground, which tuado it bettor traveling over tho uliiy Hats tlmt lire loiiuil near Anvil Uork. 1 reached the summit of tlio A.too l'as.H ijiiltc curly ; the wind wus blow ing cold nud the uir was full of hiiow, and 1 pulled u blanket about my luce and urged my horso forwurd us In ft as I could. 1 Imd not truveled one mllu from tho summltt of thu Puss when my horso stopped ; 1 looked forwurd, and tit the road, Motility yards lioin me, I saw two cougnrs (commonly culled California Hons). One of them turned nround so us to show to the best udvnutiigo possible. The other, u smaller one, got down (io.o to I li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 3, 1874, TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1874. THRO. JOS. A 0. FIIHERi 1HVBO, Elltara. MOCIAL KQtJAtlTT. We publlih tlits week tho text of iim civil rlehta LIU a it paaaed Hie heiintc. This measure ia the produe lion of that noted cominonor. Senator Stunner, aud over which ho was ao solicitous at tho tline of bis death. It was hoped that with hla demise tho measure would ceaso to agitato the jicoplo of tills country, but It appears that tho social equality clomont has derived now impetus from some source, and It passago by tho lower house of congress is even predicted. We hope, however, for tho Dost, and that tho obnoxious and revolting bill may bo laid quietly away to sleep tlio sleep of 'Its illustrious sire; for it will excrclso anything but a 'whole homo Inllucnco over eomo of the prominent features or our country. It Is an attempt to force upon the whites a social relation from which their instincts shrink, and will con tribute more towards Inaugurating a...

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