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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 24, 1874. NO. 2fi. TROY HBRAI-D, PUBLISHED TIT 113111211 & MUDD, AT If I.. "SO a Yenr in Alvnno. RATES OP ADVERTISING. t iiuare t Insertion 1 M) Kni'li additional insertion "It Ail'uluUirutors' Notice n 00 i'llial Sotlll'tiiunt Notice a IK) Stray NoiUiH (slmrli' strav) 3 N) Kurd additional stray In same notice.. 1 K) Liberal deduction, will bo made to rcirular idvcrtiNcr. Advertisement will take llie regular run ol' the paper. KM in charges nnule fur pre- IcN'eil places. No ccrtltlcato of publication will tin made -Hill such publication lias ticeu paid lor. The lion-oliu'rMilli'e of thl rillo lm been the occasion of much troiililo iiml actual loss- Our terms arc: JiiU in advance, on miIi. i:lptlcnii; i'jli ihi ilclUcry, lor job woik ami eash on demand, Tor advertisement. COURT DIRECTORY. " I'lKcriT Cnimr. First Monday uftrr the f.mi-tli Monilay In March mirl Scntemhcr. Couxrv Coimr.Second Monday In Feb ruary, .unv, .nmisi....

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. — 24 June 1874

THE TROY HERAED, JUNE 24, 1874. TRO HERAftD. WEDXK8DAY, JUNK 24, 1874. BETSEY BOBBETT. My ! Iitil Mr. IJetsoy HoWbelt wns u spry lilllo willow. Sho wnlkcd iih though iho Wnt mnvcit by fttut'l uprlugs, .especially it''.S(iilro Wilklus happened to liu passing hor housi). if she saw Jili'.i tilling by in hi gig sho wd? nitc lo liu busy at llio front window, pick i nr tin Imnglnnry dend lent oil' lliu roe geranium, or oiilltnr a spiny of m'guouotlc to Insteu among licr uoiiny brown curl. -ouictimcs sue would no coming 01 I in uouso irciui inn cisicru ....... I. J.F . I ... 1 l-Vllll l-itjup, nml slni would tlirt hor i iiI'Ips in n way hi show inn oroiueroa neiui her miirvelously dainty skirls and i i .io inuiiuei oi an preiiiiy-nrcucn r..'ikles. She whs us m l fill ns n mink, llolsey wns, mid It is very ccrinlri Hint she had laid licr plans to captivate Hie Wage '.Sfjuiri'. Ilitr brother thought so ho was mi old bachelor mid lived wilh line nml nil llin (rouble Irn .new wns tin! fear tl...

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. — 24 June 1874

THE arBOY HEElil'ED, JUNE) 24; ISTS. TUr l int :ciitlnl Dulr llhet'B .11 ' tmbfol Mel Mt I on Von ni-o married, audit Is'for better or for worse. You nro bound tonne another u companions for life. Did li over occur to you that this In a stu pendous, u momentous fncl? Did vnti over think Unit, slueo you cuiiui Itilo thu world a precious lump of 1i'tluM II in, I In; i n is no tact ot your lil-lory which wilt so much iitl'eot your destiny a this? 1 do not pro m to Inquire Into tlio motives which led you to this union. You iniiy have Yoinn together like two t reams, tlowlng naturally towitril no point, iind thou mingling tliulV waters wittt scarcely n ripple, to ius in together lo tlio great, occhii. Yoll in iv Inivn come together muter tlic wild stress of pulsion, or the teelile uttrue'tioii of f.iiuty, or hv force of n love so llll II! Hint, mi nil". 'I ihiuk liiilsclf iu lieuveu while iu Its prcM'iiec. Hut the tltiic for considering the motive, which h:ivo united you In past. You tir...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 24, 1874. TROY J1EKALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24," 1874. The civil right bltl was brought up in the house Inst Hsturday night mii dor tho two-thirds rule, aud vii promptly voted to death, thcrobelog iO votes for and 91 against tho meas ure. It now Ho oti tho. speaker's desk and ia not llkoly to oome up again the present session. It la 1 ho general bo lief that delny will, weaken, it, si though it mny be taken tip at tho next session and passed by n amull majority, unless tho fall elections work a wonderful reformation iu the congressional complexion. The Democratic alato central com mittee met In St. Louis .last Wednes day, and decided to call tho uoxt tale convention at Jefferson City on Hie 26th day of August, 1874. Tho ratio Axed upon for tho selection of delegates was, one dclcgato for overy t.OO votea cast In 1872 for Gov. Wood hon, and for overy fraction over 2A0, no county to have lo than one. la this arrangement Lincoln county is on t i tied to three delegate...

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. — 24 June 1874

I THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 25, 1874. JWBWflOOBSH XToel A Sydnor, It MCDONALD'S BVILDIKO. SELL groceries cheap for cash. All kinds of Country Froduoe Bought, l or which the HighcMt Market Price will he paid mm Ca-IVJE US !A- CALL. Farmers, Look to Your Interest ! A NEW DEPARTURE BY EVANS BROS., ritoruiETons of EVANS BROS.' LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, N. E. Corner Twelfth and Poplar Streets, ST. LOUIS, 310. MISS MAGGIE ELDER, MILLWOOD, -DKAI.KR IN MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS. ttC. A Complete Assortment ' ,ie Latest Styles Ladies' Bonnets lint unci Tfliumlni; m Always on Immt. TIir patronage of (lie ' public In solicited, Ills ! TONSORIAL PALACE, One dour Houth of the Laclede Hotel, XltOY, MO.. PRANK WOLF. - Proprietor. .Shaving, MiainiioiinliiL' ntnl Hair-cut llnj; In the lilKliuxt stylo or tliu art. Ladles llttlr Uresslnj.'. fv8niyl JOHN A. LEONARD, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, TROY, MO. tgultM mntlo to Orrtot nml OooilXltMCiiiunititcMMl Cleaning ana Repairing Seat If vtm4M The nnlv Wiirr-linttao which M...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 June 1874

THE TROY JIEEAliDJU3SrE 24,,187i. K. L'.CAKK. J. M. irf.KM.AN Cake & McLellan, : Real Ettift AQfo lHtiPi:irv rou hali:. Xo. 'A-H1 111"'! w ncrui tiiiler laid Willi writ V. procd liirirf f 4(it) n rt.' SiO acres under Icuec, 1-7 acius wilier, icmm m in.o-r if tlu room one and a half stories IiIkIj: :i tenant house, eighteen 1y flulityi-ii lect: u ll ini nilil n cUtcrn well at the house, sveti prints on tho fann 'iiii1"h, strramof 1I hit walrr mono end of II. .An ori'liard of one hunHred tind seventeen Trull trci now in licarinir. seven null's front HrownM illc, on a roalroail. Will Ik! oll clfetip on kins time, in- ukrhaitseit for lirojiurty In thli county' or in St, Louis. I JJo, A. I To two nnrl lots In Troy;1 house of four rooms and tTroporflicri, a Well, Miinko lioUv1. stable, fruit and shade trees mil! square from town spring. I'rlci! gl,o.v, Xo. 8. A t'tm'ii within. ono mill of thii rourt hftua III Troy. It'll nere at Mi.TO i two-story frame housu Willi L.stnoku house, chic...

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. — 24 June 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JUNE 25, 1874. XTOTICE 1874. SPRING. 174. 1874 i THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. i r 'ire receiving and opening this week Their Second Stock of Spring and Summer Goods TO WHICH We invite the special attention of oil persons seeking desirable goods At the "Bed-Rock" Prices ! When yon. are in Troy don't fail io call at the "Dry-Goods Headquarters" lnrl sec the largest and Rest-assorted stock of General Merchandise in MAncoln County. WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE O (j'R S TO CK OF li O O TS AND SHOES, ATS, MEN'S AND EOTS' CLOTHING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND DRESS' GOODS OF EVERT DESCRIP TION, FROM CALICO TO SLK ; (.fiissimeras, Jo.m3, Cottonados. Tweeds and Linens, for Men's and Boy's Wear ; PARASOLS AND FANS ( ILOYTCS, HOSIERY, &C. BRING ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS &L CO, Troy, Mo.. Apt if, 27, JS74. i SPRING. NORTON, HARLAN & NORTON, S 'if TROY, MISSOURI, rati; .n t pi,.( i:i wox TiirjR coj;.vh:k t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 24 June 1874

THE -TROY HERALD, J UN; 24, 1874. TROY .JlERALD. gIkat)AY, junk g.' The remarkable rise lu tlio price of rollec, In lite face of the abolition of tlio tarlll on that article, now turns nut to have been the remit of a vast fpcculativc combl nation, having its center In Rotterdam. Antwerp and Ham bur. From tNcso utile the most elaborate ami Ingenious calcula tions were circulated, alleging abort crop and increased consumption. Meanwhile the ring kept on buying, and holding for high prices, Latn report are to tlio cUcot that 600,000 bagsaro stored nt Antwerp, with more'to arrive,' and tkat the yield ev erywhere Ibe present year will be numinous. Most of tho speculators i ro mi-cmiy rumen, Having sinKcu 1 licit- eiitirc capital on the risk. The chances are now for a long time In the flit ii a- coffoo ou be obtained at reasonable prices. Botton Tran script. Choice Uio Coflco 3 1-'- lbs forl. WooI.FOI.K & (JOHDO.N. Moro now poods just received, now dyles "sliln brand" prints. WdolkoIi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 July 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JULY 1, 1874 SO. 26. JL1VU J. XJ. Hi X V XJL J 1 POBLISDED BY FIHHEB & MUDD, AT fill. SO n Your In Advance. RATI OP ADVIRTI8INO. 1 square 1 insertion f 1 M Kuril additional Insertion 7ft Administrators' Notices SOfl Final Settlement Notice 8 00 Stray Notices (single stray) 3 00 Kach additional stray tn asms notice. . 1 00 Mberal deductions will be made to reeular advertisers. Advertisements will take the rc tutor run of tho paper. Extra charges made for pre icrrcu pieces. Nu certificate of publication will bo made .intit such publication has been paid for. The non-obcrvancu of thl rule lias been the occasion of much troublo and actual loss Our terms arc: Cash In advunce. on sub. solution! cash on delivery, for Job work aim casn on uemanu, rorauveruscmcnis. COURT DIRECTORY. Circuit CotnT. First Monday after the fourth Monday in March ami September. County Court. Second Monday In Feb ruary,Msv. August, and November. rxotuTK Count...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 July 1874

THE TKOY HERALD, JULY 1, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1874. nv.iv-.t . - A WOMAFS CHOICE. 'f 1 knew what to do?" Kate Warleld, tilling on a knoll in the cool, shadowy orchard, on a warm and. pleasant summer aucruooii, gavo utterance to tbo with. She wai in a qunndary. Stio hod two lover, ana sue wonucrcti which it was ocst to cnooso. 'John Ralnaford was young, ana had a llfo full of nroiulio. and irrcnt possibilities bolore liitu. Uut ho was poor. .u.aie naruoiu kiiuw mat uu loveU ncr as a atrong man can love, but could eho, uied to tlic'luxurles of Ufa, give up that which seemed nee essary to licr comfort, and marry u poor man? 'Philip Lolth wnsoldand rich. And ho, in Ida letter which olio luid just beeu reading, matlo her nn oiler of Ida hoart supposing such an organ to bo in existence and hnud. Ho could glvo her tho things shu longed fur, the glitter and show she coveted. Sho heard soiuoone whistling down the road, and looking down that way saw John coming. Somel hlng se...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 July 1874

THE TROitf HERALD, JULY 1, 1874. wo.ttA.Vii ultima ncroiint. . From tho crown o( her head to the side ot' hur loot, wnlnau's dress is iiburd, inconvenient mill wrong. Tho bun nut. or hut should be in Mlllll) SOft It COVCl-lUg Of piOtOCtiOII. Those now in vogue nro neither. Thoy liuvo boon abbreviated In their dimensions till thoy bunr no more proportion to tho original idoul lliuii does 11 toupee or Be rule li to tho full flowing coiitiiienlut wlir. Tho in- seilptluii rucunily toiiud on nti tin dunned package was no burlesque, but it correct description : Tills box cotitiilni my very lf ft Imnnrt. :iii'"m:ui. I pray yuit, ptii mulling iiihiii It; It Ik III.KlO Ul'u liljDUII, II I'dDll llllll lUittllCI'i With viiuiiIi liiuoulltl velvet luhuUI tliclil tojrrtlicr." Tliu lntl a la inoile lias such un pdd look perched 011 the top ol the head! It aou in to have tlroppcd thcro ncol duiitally, mid bus no udupiutloii to tliu contour ol' the lace. IV now u liuu bo drawn trom tliu tip of tliu ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 July 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JULY 1, 1874. TROY JHEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1874. . IMMEK, hovb, I Eiltera. jes, a. The Democrats of Vermont have nominated W. H. II. Bingham for governor, Henry Chaso for lleutcn-ant-goveruor, und Otia Chamberliu, treasurer. Don't forget the Importance of at tending tho township niaia mooting on tho 11th Init., and have a voice In delecting tho Democratic county cen tral committee. It ii important thnt every Democrat should attend tlicie ineetinga. Don Podro, emperor of Brazil, and Prcsldedt Grant havo been exchang ing civilltlct and congratulation! over tho inauguration of a telegraph hetwoen that country and Europe, by which tclcgraphio communication with the United States Is secured. The new secretary of tho troasury says ho Ims no financial schemes with which to stnrtlo (ho country, and his main object will bo to ccunomlcully, carefully and vigorously execute tho law governing the treasury depart ment, an avowal which tho people will be glad to see him carry...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 July 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, JULY 1, 1874. 1874. 1874. 1874 SPEING. SPKINGL SPRING TAKE NOTICE THAT , PARKER, CREWS & CO. Ire receiving and opening thin week Their Second Stook of Spring and Summer Goods TO WHICH We invite the pedal attention of all persona seeking desirable goods At the "Bed-Rock" Prices i 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 JLlncotn County. WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, MEN'S AND BOTS' CLOTHING, 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, &C. BRING ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS & CO, Troy, Mo., Ap il, 27, 1874. New Life Falmouth AN SY-riTTIflQ BOOT ii something EVERY MAN WANTS! Nelson & Wilson NORTON, HARLAN &...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 July 1874

TBOY,fIEiRA.LD(, JVJLY 1, 174. K. C.CAKK. , J, M. .M'f.EU.AN jft McLellan, Real Estate Agents, Read! "Read! On account of a total nbonnon of nili-ond fucllltlot, llio unHcfKlKiicd Hods It, ixcccillnjil)' Inconvenient lo meet tils recti lur niinnlntnieiits In Lincoln enmity. Hu therefore has (tltli-u In Court House. ipyrlWcbfe'County, Mo., I'llOI'fcttl'V FOR HAM:. No. L'oul Intnl : 40 neroa mulct laid i with n vi in of coal twolyn feet thick. u.mninled liU oitfouintl friend, wcifrtMipioy.Lricavi,wv. , x Xn.-4.-8llnfi county In ml nn f tii- proved fiirm of 4no acre. S20 acres under fence. I'.'O acres Umber. Hewed loir house of Hi r reoni olio nml ii linir stories high ; n tenant house eighteen liy i-lchtccti loot : u living utiil a cistern well ut tint limine, cvcu sprhg" on tin farm nnd a ntrcnin oi' livina water at one end of It. An orchard of one hundred nml stvcutoeii irult trees now in V lii'iiniii'i iiivcii mile from llrowiisvlllu, nun voiilromiiii JOHN S. THORNHILL, A Agent for...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 July 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JULY 1, 1874. JVEIVFMIMII .WW GOODS 1 1 Uool & Sjrdnor, IX McDOXALD'A Vll.DlMtl. HELL GROCERIES CIIRAP FOR CASH. All kindi of Country Produoe Bought, l-'or which the IIIkIicmI Market Price will be inid ..:i7 IVI3 US -A. CALL. Farmers, Look to Your Interest ! A NEW DEPARTURE IJY EVANS BROS., , pnopmirrons of EVANS BROS.' LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOU'E, N. E. Corner Twelfth and Poplar Streets, ST. LOUIS, MO. Tlic only Warehouse which msIIi direct for thn Planter nnd Shipper, Also llio largest. Warehouse In the city, und provided with tho best liuht lur exporing Loaf tor title. (.'oiiiiiilsslon per lllul. only One Dollar. (JuuiinisHlon per IJox under 600 lbs., only Twenty-five Cents. Meet prices ulwuys obtained. Give ut a trial unit be convinced. , , . EVANS BROS. rpi'ltSIEH'S SALK.-AVhkiikas A. Ailrlhi llcli.li I oil mill Hubert 1. t niton tij tlii-lr deed iliiiril In- tlrt day of .tunc anil recorded In bunk No. 2 at pain 111! ill till! ICl'III'dcl'V ollieool l.illcnlll e...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 July 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, JULY 1, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1S74. , raapATS vmvu tMur. rim , Bar-ateewuri Jir tdnfr. ' JTsfate. E, ft. Blttoa Janes V). Bltton fi.T.Mt ! J.B.Morri T. K. Bld . Jacob rant . t John Scott Michael Bl. Jobs Kobert Mud Wai. Hammond David Stewart H. V, Liwmci . J. A. Alexander Webde to Alexander B. D. Canaoa Walker Hopkins Wlthrow to Kaof J. II. .Wlthrow O. VT. Hartesty M. J. WtoB i Henry HeiejalaaKlr H. Hernmliraeirv E. G. Stttoa Jamea Porter , Flfiaaar A rMrOH A. FlMUer M. E. Hortoa vt. A. J. Taeajas adm'r Ste- linen Croat , efary ay Jailr Its. W.M. Simpson James Simpson ,1. W. Blttoa G;Blackabee . J. a: Alexander James Alexander W. O. Jamssoa Paler Steele C. W. Martin 8. Forbuih K. O. Sltton Henry Coke K. O. Sltton William Wehde K O. Blttoa flamuel Truelovo Krcd Wfag fany Perklna Wm. Wheeler J. C. Baugh T. It IteM Wm. Wllion Jostah Creech J. H. 8egras Thirel atay, Wataeaf ri T .1. T. Dowell W.C.Dowell ,1. H. Dlxoa Annie Argent Alex Carton John McKinney...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 July 1874

VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JULY 8, 1874 TROY HERALD, PUBLISHED HV FISHER & MUDD, AT Mt.AO R. Vmir In Atlvnnoo. RATtt OP ADVKRTItlNO. I square 1 1nmrt1ni, 1 1 M Km-h additional Insertion 7 Administrators' Notices 3 00 Filial Settlement Notice 8 00 Mray Notice (slimhi stray) 8 00 Each additional stray in same notice. . t 00' Liberal deductions will be made to rca-ulsr sdvt-rtlser. Advertisements will tixko the rmutnr run of tin paper. .Extra charge tnadu fur pro iVrrcd place. No certificate nf publication will bo made .llitlt Mich publication has been psld lor. The tion-ahscrvaueii ol' thW rule nm tircii tin- occasion of much trouliluutid actual lot Our term arc: Ch In advance. 'i sub. sclptloust rash on delivery, for Job Work aim ensii on iicuianu, mrauveriisenieni. COURT DIRKCTORY. CIRCUIT ColJirr. Klrst Monday after the fourth .Mondiiy In March and September. t.'oi'NVV Coimi. Second Monday in Feb ruary, Mar. Aiiim-d, and November. I'hoiutk Coukt. Second Monday in .lanua...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 July 1874

1 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1874. A Romance of the Street. A firoup of rafcgod fftrls wcro play lug on tho sldowalk of Maxtor street, lialf blocking tho vay with their bolsterousanilcs. Dr. Hcliry Colton, u youug physician attached to a char- uauio institution hi mo iioignuur- lounu nimscii utterly utiproviuuii io hood, found it iilmost impossible to iticol the cold weather that was coin push his way ihrobgh (ho crowd of lug 0n. hovdens. Uncouth faces and rough Plnnlly convinced that ha must words grootcd him, n with no very abandon Ills profession, hu studied tho gentlo huiidsho uiadofor hlmacir a want" columns of tins newspapers, paaaago through1 their niiiUt. Ouo of mid spent two entire days in trying tho gfi-la, boJuurycii than liornoUy in vain to got employment. Tho last 4onpnnlona. .caught at hi emit and of theao two duvs ho nto nothing) and pulled liltn ijulf round. Ho looked nt previous short allowance had eiil'uo- the girl Whoso luinerily excited his bled him. W hen n...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 July 1874

Tip! y R,0y , HEfiALfi ;?UJ, 8, 4874. AN IRTERCHTINn INCIBKNT OI' ,il , 'J'HAVBt. Tho Denver Tribune telli tho lol .lowlnir touching incident: Tlio cur door opened, tliero was a ratlin and n rustic upon thn platform ontildc and slta came stumming in. At lite same instant there cumo with hi'r a ruddy cheeked, bluo-oyed boy, whose years were nut counted nbove ten, Shu carried in lior arms a bun dlo closely and carcfulfe wruppod, at iua end ol which a tluey luce ap peared, a, diminutive copy of her own. Carefully pinning tho bundle 1 1 ii it i n anut. lin tiitxl tlrairirnd IN u box, n banket, and tho strong odor of nuge water, suen as pcrvntios mo t Mtcuruge or between decks of tlio em igrant vessel, announced to the indlt Jcrciitly interested passengers that my fellow pusseugcr was an emigrant. .She was not more than thirty; she wtis fair, and appeared us timid and trmiL'o u the tiutelone we euw from the cur windows gliding over Hie plains, lint no one spokutoher; no one sought to cla...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 July 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JULY 8, 1874. .TROY JIEKALD. f)VE3nAY,JULV8, 1874. 111130. JOS. A. B. riSHEM, I nvmo, I cditars. The townihlp iniu ihoctinpr next Saturday should select conimllle tnon who potsost exeatttlvo ability. Tho Troy grange, in patting 1,10 rciulutlon concerning candidates, it only taking a coiumeudable prccau tloiiary step. Their object Is refor mation, and they do well In not coin mlttlng themselves to vote for men ,A TBIK INSULT. Tlio Miuouri Jlcpttbtican, for rca- ....... I...-I L'.ittwli t,. lla t.ll1.ltaliAIa III . . i.,. t-,,1- so ongbeforo tho o cctlou. jcplylng to.an nrtlcUot thebt. Ijoulii , m , . JHtpatch,' indtilgiii lit the following I Township mast meeting next Sat- i.i.iliinnt and Intuiting language 1 urday fur cloctliig a Democrhtlc eon- towards .'the confederate clement of tral cotnniltteo. Let the whole party tho Democratlu party in thla state: I attend, and no one itay at home bo- "In the following there Isntlrac.tivc c.MnQ ,0 may think there'll hoenongh ...

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