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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 3, 1874. Farmers, Look to Your Interest ! A ItfEW DEPARTURE BY EVANS BROS f PROPKIETORS OF EVANS BROS.' LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, N. E. Corner Twelfth and Poplar Streets, ST. L.OUIS, MO. Tim only Wnrclintiao which clls direct for tho Planter nnrt Shipper. Also tho largest Wiircuou.e in Iho city, and provided with tho best light for exposing Leaf for sale. Commission per lllnl. only One Dollar. Cointnisslen per Uox under 600 lb.., only Twenty-fire Cents. Hex! prices always obtained. Ciivc ui a trial and bo convinced. JunSOmS EVAN'S BROS. H BNTZV1LLE IS AHEAD. GR.WGERS, ITTEJVTMOW: MIDDLEMEN STAND ASIDE THE NEW FIRM OF HUDSON A WI1T1T, (SUCCESSORS TO BROWN, HUDSON Ss CO.) Are now offering for Inspection and Sale, a Mammoth Stock of Goods Of Every Description, We Respectfully Call Attention to the Following Leading Articles : .9 lbs. Choice Sugar for $1.00; 10 lbs. prime N. O. Sugar for $1.00; 11 lbs. common Sugar for $1.00; 3 lbs Choice Rio Co fee for $1.00; Teas, ...

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. — 3 June 1874

THSE1TR0Y HEROES', MnXBWlSWLri. p. r.CAKn. J r i( ..f. M. jTi.r.tXAN Cake & McLellan, Real Estate Agents, ofllco in Of urt lloue, Trov. Lincoln County, Mo., i'ltoPKKTY rou nam:. Xo. Con I Iniul: 40 ncrcs titiiW- llli ii vein l mil twelve feet thick, within tlftr fret or tin- ground J elyht miles wvft licnii Troy. l'rlrufl.tM). No. I. .Sill I no comity liind ; nil Im proved fiirin ii( -WO ncrw. '-'- aerc under Iiiki'. I "JO iii'ivx tlmlirr. Hewed loir house of r "in" din mill n Imir tturli-4 hljrh i a tenant Imiiif eighteen liy eighteen IrPt : it li iiur ami ii i'ltiTii well lit the hoiio. cvcn iirl'Ux mi tlio farm mid n Mreaiimf Hvlnj. water ut mm oml of II. An orchard tit one hundred nml seventeen milt Ut now in li'ann'. cvcii mile, from Itrowiisvlllc. on n roalroad. Will be sold clu-.-tp on lin;r lime, or r.M'liaiiL-i'il for property In thl. county or III St. I.'illls. Xo, Houfm nntl I lots in Troy; house of four rodini mid two porrhc, a well, smoke Iioiim'. 'table, milt and s...

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. — 3 June 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, JUNE 3, 1874. 1874. 1874. 1874 THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. Ire receiving and opening this week Their Soccnd Stock of Spring and Summer Goods TO WHICH We invite the special attention of all persons seeking desirable goods At the "Bed-Rock" Prices ! When you are in Troy doitt fail to call at the 'Dry-Goods Headquarters" Ind see the Largest and Rent-assorted stock ot General Merchandise In Lincoln County. WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, MEN'S AND B02'& CLOTHING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF EVERT DESCRIP TION, FROM CALICO TO SILK ; Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonadss, Tweeds and Linens, for Men's and Boy's Wear ; PARASOLS AND FANS GLOVES, HOSIERY, BRING ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE QOODS. PARKER, CREWS & CO. Troy, Mo., Api il, 27, 1S74. SPRING. SPRING. SPRING l f . NORTON, HARLAN & NORTON, TROY, MISSOURI, HAVE JUST PLACED UPO THEIR COUNTERS TRE LARGEST, REST SELECTED AND CHEA...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 3, 1874. TROY . HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JUSB 3, 1874. fUUIVMFt.T. .Venn. ditori.l propose to state this matter between Mr. Only uud myself, Mother people, m well at myself, undenliiU it, ana leave the intelligent citizens to Judge which 1 me irumy party. Jlr. Gafy in hie article of last week says : "Silence on my part might load many to think hlstjfntemont was true ; uie fact is, i (tut not say wnai thu cost was of the planter ho named nor even culled the nunie of it; 1 never knew or heard I ho name until 1 snw It In h i article." In the next Kcntenco ho says: "I merely stated that a hand corn planter innilo in the town sold for four dollars, when Ihcy could bo bought in St. Louis for Ics than two dollars. Ho then says in itch rd to the prico : "It is too lata in i ho ittfo of progress now to try to gull inriuci'8 y ennrging nvc uounrs lor a hand corn plainer, when none of thn best in I ho market aro over two dollars and Ally cents." Now let us sue how wo gull tho f...

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. — 10 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD VI )L. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 10, 1874 NO. 23. TROY HE RAT D, published nr IRISHES & MUDD, AT tfM.ftO a Year In Artvnnoo. rat aa op aovkrtisinq. 1 souarn 1 Insertion,.... ft M Kach additional Insertion "ft Ad.'nlnl.trntor.' Notices .1 OA Klnul Settlement Notice 00 hi ray Notice (slnxta tirav) 3 on Knell additions! stray In munn notice., 1 (in Liberal deduction will be made to rciutar advertiser. Adve.rtlment will takn the regular run of tln paper. Extra charge miidc fur pro Uwd plnrc, No certificate nf publication will bn made ititll such publication h.ii been paid for. The uiiti-olnervuiicc of IIiIh rule bus ben I In- ooi'anloii of lilllcli trouble, and uutllul lo- Our term urc: Cah In advance, on sub. seiptlon; cali on delivery, for Job work and null on demand, forndtcrtiriiiPiiK COURT DIRECTORY. I'lnruiT CotiitT. First Monday ufter tlio fourth Monday In March nnd .September. County Count. Second Monday in Feb mary.Mav. August, and November, 1'itonA...

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. — 10 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 10, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1874, Bill ind the Widow. BY J. A. SMITH. Kiom tho London Advertiser. "Wire," cried Ed. Wilbur ono morn J tig ai ho sat stirring his coffee with ono hand und holding a plum cake on hit knee with the other, and looked ncroit tho table into the bright eye of hit neat Utile wife, "wouldn't it lio a good joko to get uacnoior itiu .Smiley to tnko Widow Walton to Itanium's show next week ?" "You can't do it, Ed.; he won't auk her; ho's to awful hy. Why ho he caino by hero the other tiioruliitf when I was hanging out some clothes nnil ho looked over the fence and ftpokc ; but when I shook out a night gown, ho blushed like uglri nnd went uway." "1 think I can manage it," said Ed. ; "but I'll havo to lio Just n little. Hut then it wouldn't be much hui-iu tinder tho circumstances, lor 1 know sho likes him und he don't dislike her; but ns you say, he's so shy. I'll just go over to his place to borrow some bags of him, und if 1 do...

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. — 10 June 1874

THE'TBG'HEBAM, JUOTlOi 1874. THe PtrlU mt Nswssnper EsUfirs rte Laaklat alter Mass wla. At SprlngttolU thcro it n delay of half mi hour, and one is glad to stretch hit legs by a walk up and down the street. Springfield Is more like a Western city than any place I have ticcn in oast or Buffalo. Tho streets are not built tin solidly, llko Hartford, but arc fast being so. The United States arsenal ana tlio rail road shops havo built up the eitv. It is quite u railroad centre, and will grow moro In the next ten years than in tho last. Many niuuufacturics are starting,, and the pcoplo are enter iirlsuiir. Insurance Is tiullo a loatllni: bushiest, but tho Jtepubliean has done moro to niakeSiirlngneld known throughout the country than nught else. It it thn butt naner in New Englnml, nnd ono of the best edited papers in the country. 1 stimioso every one in thnto Darts liked the Springfield Jlepublican, but found one iiinti who didn't. Hit got on at Tlinitintouvlllc. and I offered hint a Jie...

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. — 10 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 10, 18T4. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1874. TIIE0. ion. a It. riBMER, i mvmm, Mltrn. Ami now oomoi the St. Lout Timet, linvliitr overhauled tho Auditor's hook ef that city, claiming to have illicovered the fact that tho Republi can, when it had tho Job of city print ing, charged and received pay tor 10,163 Hues more than it printed. What an honest tot of follows theso fct. Louis newspaper men arc Orgon has elected a Democratic governor, congressman mid loglsla turc, by n majority of ono thousand, Tho light was a hard one, and the Honorable HIpple-Mltchell, ltadical t-cuator from.that state, doesn't look upon tho result as an endorsement of himself. Ho "thought the d d party was dead," butliko many others of Ids parly, he is badlv sold. Cor. Weston of Now Hampshire was Inaugurated on the 4th lust. In his mcssiigo ho discusses at some length tho subject of temperance. lie lull mates his belief that tho cntlru prohibition U against public senti ment, and ho f...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 10, 1874. TABS NOTICE THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. Ire receiving and opening this week Their Second Stools of Spring and Summer Goods TO WHICH We invite the tpeoial attention of ell persons seeking desirable goods At the "Bed-Rock" Prices! When you are in Troy don't fail call at the "Dry-Goods Headquarters" Mnd see the Largest and Rest-assorted stock of General Merchandise In JLlncotn County. WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HA TS, MEN'S AND BOTS' CL O THING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND, DRESS GOODS OF EVERT DESCRIP TION, FROM CALICO TO SILK; Cassiraores, Jeans, Gottonades, Tweeds and Linens, for Men's1 and Boy's Wear ; PARASOLS AND FANS GLOVES, HOSIERY, BRING ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS & CO, Troy, Mo., Apil, 27, 1874. New Life Falmouth yW $Y-F1TTWQ BOOT U NoinctttlliK EVERY RAN WANTS! Nelson & Wilson Arc Disposing of n A PERFECTLY-FITTING BOOT udiU to THE TASTE OF...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 June 1874

P.C.CAKR. j. M. M'L1L.AN Caka & McLellan, Real gttatt Agents, Offloo la Court Huum, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., f MMKII .MB lilK. , Xo. 2. Coal land : 40 acres unilor laid Willi a vein "f foal twelle feet thick, tvltblnlinrhet of the f round j eight mile wratlroiaTroy. Prlcel,flW. v No. 4. Saline county land ; an Im proved form of 400 acre. 210 acre under irnrr, 130 acre timber, Hewed toff houao of tlvu room one and a half atone high ; a tenant houao eighteen by eighteen reel : a living and a clatcm well at the houae, Keren fprlitfn ou tbo (nrm nnd a atrcam of living water atone end of II. An orchard of one hundred and icventeen fruit tree now in bearing, loven mile from llrownavllle, mi it roulroiul. Will be Mid cheap on long time, nr exchanged for property In till county or III !t. liOUli. .... , No. 6. Homo nnd 4 lots In Troy; home of four room and twoporche. a well, xmokc bouae. atable, fruit and nlmilc trees one xqiiare from town prlng. l'rlce 1.000. No. 8. A furm within ono...

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. — 10 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 10, 1874. Farmers, Look to Your Interest I A MEW DEPARTURE DY EVAXTS BROS., pRorniETons of EVANS BROS.' LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, N. E. Corner Twelfth and Poplar Streets, ST. LOUIS, MO. Tim only W'nrclinufta which fccll direct for tho IMnutcr and Shipper, Also tlio hugost Warehouse in the city, und provided with the bent light lor exposing Lcnf lor mdo. CoiiiiiiUrIuii per llhil. only One Dol'nr. ' Commission per llox under 00 lbs., only Twenty-five Cents. 1'est price always obtained. (ilvo li t a trial and bo convinced. EVA1VTS BROS. juirJOmS U ENTZVILLE IS AHEAD. GRtlJTGERS, .1TTEJVTIOV: MIDDLEMEN STAND ASIDE THE NEW FIRM OF HUDSON & WI1TIT, (SUCCESSORS TO MIOWX, HUDSON Ss CO.) Are now offering for Inspection and Sale, a Mammoth Stock of Goods Or Every Description, We Respectfully Call Attention to the Following Leading Articles : .9 lbs. Choice Sugar for $1.00; 10 lbs. prime N. O. Sugar for $1 .00; .11 lbs. common Sugar for $1.00; 11 lbs Choice Rio Co fee f...

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. — 10 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, TU1$EM0, 1874; TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1874. Editor! While' the names of sev eral gentlemen from vtrloai parts of tno county nave ueeu suggested tor the responsible poiition of member or the icgmaturo, i aenre, with uup, ilofcrencoto tbo Handing and quail flcsllons of thoio who have been thus formally named, to sufgoit tho tmnio of ona who is in no wise .Inferior to nny one in tho comity, both as to tiiuntnl and moral worth, ltcfcr to Clinrles II. Miller, of Union township. Mr. Miller Is of i-ipo ago and largo experience; Im is a Alio natural orn tor, and has studied tho political par tics oi our country Homing urn nis .uuobtrtisivcucss has prevented hi itiKiiig u prominent pari in 1110 con tests of t lie tiny. In this ago ol brass, such men are suro to bo overlooked, and for one, Idcslro to call him, like Clnclnnnt im, from Ills plow to the counsel chambers ot tho state. By inserting this you will oblige, Union. Terrible Accident, reiultlBfla B.ath. Last S...

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. — 17 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 17, 1874. NO. 24. TROY HERALD, punusnKi) by &, MUDD, AT 11. .to a Yoni' in Alvnno. RATH OP ADVERTISING. 1 wpiarp 1 Insertion 91 M Kavh additional Insertion "5 Ad'iiiliMrutnrs' Notlcp 3 00 rimil Vtilcnient Notice : 00 Mmy Notices (slns-le stray) .1 iki Kiii'Ii Ailtllf inmil Htroy In same notice.. . 1 no l.lln'ml deductions will be matte to rcsulur athcrtiscr. Advertisement will lake thn regular rim of tin- impel. Extra charges made for pre ferred place. Nn certificate of publication will ho made -ntll such publication bus been paid for. TIip noii-olnervniicti of this rule (nm been the uivalon of mhch trouble and m tuul loss- Our terms arc: I'lcdi In advance, nil otili. Miitlonn; cash nn delivery, for job work ami caMi tin iIpiiiuihI, for advertisements. COURT DIRKOTORY. Ctnrt'ir Coiiut. First Monday alter tbc f.-rtirlli Mnmliiy In March ami September. t'tifNTV Ctil'liT. Second Monday In Kcb ruarv.Muv. August, mid November, I...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 June 1874

THpB TBpTtf JpJRALI; JUNE 17, J874. LAND DELINQUENT LIST FOR THE TAXES OF 1873. Tswttsthlp 48 Mangel Est Acre. ' Namo ami Description. Taxes 25 Martin. Mm. JA,offnecmlnpnc4, 11.4.1 "0.87 Martin Murj A w Js w frl sec 4. 4.87 83.45 Martin M A, m frl eo S (l.il iio KvilnnrKl., nw corse sec fl 4.78 i:i.08 Martin M A ne frl o of suriMfl ncS H.nil .''8.15 Abbott 1). In f J tic ti of Culvrc scio 7.8 ro Wl Oman II. n 4 tin see i:i t A hlrott TP ti n w wo 4 40 Wrljflit W N. no nw sec H same ne iw sec 14 ni wrnliitmlor 11, ol tic ace 18 12.17 20.07 11.45 fp.tr. 111.12 12.42 27.84 22.18 14.7!) 15.IM 1(1.(12 10 US 1.YX5 7.08 4.72 4.72 T.t'M '.'.lit twi 4 ;:u.tis 17.05 17.48 1:1.84 4. Mil :t.4:i I ;i.U7 17.57 1 1. til It. 1"1 lil.lo 20.20 U7.il 12.111 r..7.j r.ir. 4-J.:i.i 52.48 50.40 ll direr Jneoh, lit wj in; iec IS 80.08 same p haffsw we 18 M.iW same w liiilfcseeI8 til Itrotvulnv K M. sw sw sec 1!) 80 went half southeast sctlon Ml 4D Manuel John i'., mv dim; 2.1 45 sw fractional li -If sc sec...

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. — 17 June 1874

The PresisekU's FIhmncHU , Pllor Senator aJonoi has 'obtained per mission from President Grant to pub lish tho following Memorandum, pre pared by Hio In I tor, expressing his vlows upon tho Hnuticlal questions : ''1 liollovc it," hiivb tho pruiidcnl "u lilifh ami plain duly to return to n spoelo basis nt tho curliest prnctlcabtu tiny, not only in compliance willi leg islative mid pnrty pit-dues, but ns a "top liidlspcusablu to u lusting nn tlounl prosperity. I believe further, tlmt the time bus come when thU can be doni', or at least begun, with less embarrassment to every brunch of industry Hum at nny future time. "Alter resort hn been hod to un stab.o and temporury expedients to Mlmulute unreal properlty mid spec ulalo ou any basis other than coin us the recognized medium of exchange throughout thn commercial world, the particular mode selected to brlutr about restoration of specie standard is not of no much eouseiueucu us that Mime iiili(iinto phut ho devised, time llxed when rui...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 June 1874

THE TKOY HERALD, JUNE 17, 1874. UNI DELINQUENT LIST FOR THE TAXES OF 1873, Tawaihl to nml wm. Acres. Name and Description Taxea W (tlvoni John C w aw wc u n) ilcyera Wm.eJiiWafell 23.78 opart aw aw see 12 3.50 !Uiolle C'h. Inn pt aee 14 0 Davla Joe. a half aw acc IB 17.04 15.82 2.43 111.40 1HJV JO WorlMd J t, n ae no aee in 4.70 2il.80 Kin W t, w pt ft) lot 2 av wet 10 4.00 40 Hina; ii r , nw no ht iv 4) same, ne W aee 10 VO.M aame. cj nw w ace 10 MI.5B King H C. o pt ) a w frl acc 10 40 Davla Joe. ae nw sec 22 80 Mine. Ml nwaec22 C5.02 Kin; V I Iluiiiptirey. w pt tot 2 aw nee 30 N) Jones W M, lot 3 nw aee 31 77.28 name. lot 3 liw ace 31 40 Jtlco Chas, nc lot 2 aw acc 31 li.il 11.3' 8.28 17.05 7.AH 10.20 7.28 13.05 14.78 111.08 2 41 4D nn no we 80 wpttiwawaec.38 11 07 2.01 2.53 ' Townafcl AO Rant; 3 Weal 20 Nun John 1', w i nw ae ace 10 17.44 n pt cj ae sec so 40 l.'i 40 20 40 20 to aw aw nee 20 3.58 Whlpptceraore II. ecnt'l nw aW ac28 2.10 South J II. aw aw eu 28 4.80 ltolloway Kli...

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. — 17 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 17, 1874. TAXES NOTICE THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. Ire receiving and opening this week Their Second Stock of Spring and Summer Goods TO WHICH We invite the special attention of all persons seeking desirable goods At the "Bed-Rock" Prices ! When you are in Troy don't fail to call at the "Dry -Goods Headquarters" ind see the Largest and Best-assorted stock of General Merchandise In Lincoln County. WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, . ATS, MEN'S AND BOT& CLOTHING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF EVERT DESCRP TJ ON, FROM CALCO TO SLK ; Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonades, Tweeds and Linens, for Men's and Boy's Wear ; PARASOLS AND FANS GLOVES, HOSIERY, BRING ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS & CO. Troy, Mo., Apn'l, 27, 1S74. New Life Falmouth m MSY-firrJNG boot i Hiiini'llilii' I'YI'KY HI AN WANTS! Nelson & A PERFECTLY-FITTINB BOOT mlilsi to frill TASTE Or DHESS, W i D...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 June 1874

Cake MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, OfflleWtirtu1tmi, TrOV, LinCOln COUnty, MO., fiioPKUTV roi nam:. No. Uoal land : 40 acres mulor- with a tin twelve feet thick, west Irom Troy. Pricitfljfcjt, . ' , No. 4. Saline comity Innil ; nn lin-l tiroved farm or 4im acre. Tin acres miner lellcc. liNI ll.Tl'S tllll JIT. llrwcu IOIT IIOII0 . . il I of live i'( cimi inn- anil a half shirlcs Midi ; n tenant lions., chthtecn by rl.vlitci'ii Icei : a living iiiul a clsiern well lit tin1 house, seven irl'iK n llii! f.iriiinmln stream of llvlnv water t our end of It. An orchard of one liiiixlrt-U ami seventeen fruit tree now in hcariiu;, seven miles front Rrnwinvllhi. mm malmad. will ! sold i'ln':ii on Inn;.' time or exchanged for property In this comity or in t. I .on i hou of S men,. adwV mmhrs. well! Mimki' Iiium'. MiilO.s fruit nnil fli.olf tivo one .ipiarc from town oprlm;. Price f l,onn. No. 8. A I'lii'iti willilii onu nilk'of tlm courthouse In Tmy. Ml) acre at tJ.7o; tfti...niy lranirhuiie wli...

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. — 17 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 17, 1874. Farmers, Look to Your Interest ! A NEW DEPARTURE BY EVANS BROS rnoi'itiETons of EVANS BROS.1 LEAF TOBACCO . WAREHOUSE N. E. Corner Twelfth and Poplar Streets, ST. LOUIS, iio. Tlio only AVarehnunn wlilcli sells direct for tlic Planter nnil Shipper, Also thu lurgot Wiii elmuso lu tlio city, and provided with tliu best light lor exposing l.enf lor sale. Ciinnillon per 1 1 lid. only One Dollar. Commission per llox under 600 11)., only Twcnty.flve Cents. - ltet prices always obtained, tiivo ui a trial and bo convinced. EVANS BROS. JuiCOm:! , Y ENTZV1LLE IS AHEAD. MIDDLEMEN STAND ASIDE THE NEW FIRM OF HUDSON & WI1T1T, (succHssoits to imoww, urnsox & co.) Are now offering for Inspection and Sale, a Mammoth Sfock of Goods Of Every Description. We Respectfully Call Attention to the Following Leading Articles: 0 lbs. Choice Sugar for $1 .00; JO Ms. -prime Xl O. Sugar for $ J. 00; O. R. Salt, $'JJH) per barrel ; H 1-2 lbs Choice Rio Coffee for $1.00; Tea...

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. — 17 June 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, JUNE 17, 1874. TROY . ilERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1874. BeatM f J stta-a Aaatass. On tha morning of the 6th In it. Tudffo.IncrcMO Adams of thlt city died, after a lliiacrlnirllliicss of nearly two veaii duration. To his inoiiv warm frlcnda lu tlili vicinity tlio and ihllnui of his domlsQ wcro not ttnex peeled, the precarious condition of liis health ror somo titno pant miTing almost precluded the possibility of lili recovery. Judge Adams was 66 years of age and hud been a rcnident of Missouri since his early tnunliood. Itecotulng h resident ol Lincoln county, nf an early day, Ids sterling 'itiiilltlos soon f ave him prominence in local alTulrs. (0 represented that county iu the iufflnlutnre and held other ofliccs of trust and coutldeucc. thu duties of which were discharged with scrupu lous fidelity, lie removed to this city about fourteen years since mid engaged in niorviiiitllctHirsults. The qualities which gave him prominence elsewhere were soon rccogui.cd here a...

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