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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 July 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JULY 8, 1874. YEHfRMt .van GOODS It Noel A Sydnor, lit KcDOXAI.D'ft Mt'ILDl.tU. SELL, GROCERIES CHEAP FOR CASH. All kinds of Country Produce Bought, Fr which the ghcnt Market' Price 'will be paid ma: GIVE US -A. CALL. Farmers, Look to Your Interest ! A HEW DEPARTURE MY i EVANS BROS., vnorniETons or EVANS BROS,' LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOU E N. E. Corner Twelfth and Pcplar Streets, ST. LOUIS. MO. Tlic only Warehouse, which soils direct for the Planter nnrl Shipper, Also tlic In reM Warehouse in tho city, und provided with the best lltflit lor ex posing Loaf tomato. Commission per II lid. only One Dollar. ,' Commission pcrllox under $00 lbs., only Twenty-live Cents. Ilcst prices hIwiivs obtained. ' (ilvo ui a trial and be convinced. EVANS BROS. u rilUUSTJSK'S RALE. Whkrkas .A. 4 DMIXISTIIATOU'S XOTIf'RT .VICUU IICIC1I W II Oil ami Iiriurrt IF. Xfifii-i. Id liurahv Tlli'li Hint ..f H niton by their deed dated hotim i:iv f administration were liiantcd to the tinder- .In in' ai...

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. — 8 July 1874

Cake & mcLdlan ' u " Oatec" fattAfY Aetna, voai ianu : u acrea itimer- InJil wUh vmu .r i-onl, twlvo, feet thlek. within 1W of thegrtiu nd; eight, mile wfrW waW No. 4. Sallno county land j an m Nrt.-2;-i-Ctl land : 40 acrea tinner proved ftirin of 400 nc?c. 2 acre under leiiee, 120 acre timber. Hewed log house of ttvii room one and hair atorle high : a tenant, houmi olgliMeu by eighteen leet : n living Mida claiern.wotl at Uie hoiuc, aetron tri'iu on thu fnrm and stream uf living water ntoaoendof It. An orcliarJ ofoni' hundred .and seventeen iTutt tree now in hcamieS mvrii mile from Brownsville, on a malroad. will he told cheap on long time, or cxchnagod.for property lu till county or lnStLouhV . , , , , No, Ilotmc and 4 lota in Troy; , home of four room mid two porches, n well, Miiokr house; stable, fruit mid ahailo tree one square from towa spring. .Price 91,000. xo. . a tarin witniii ouo miie o the court hu In Troy, 931 acrea at Mi.TO; two.,tnry frame hon with' L.amoke houae,...

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. — 8 July 1874

THE TROY HERALD;,' JUL.Y $ 1874. NOTICE , ' THAT J 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 afl persons seeking desirable goods 1 At the "Bed-Rock" Prices ! When you are in Troy don't fail io call at the "Dry-Goods Headquarters" find nee the Largest and nest-assorted stock or General Merchandise in Lincoln County. WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, MEN'S AND BOl'S' CLOTHING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF EVER 2" DESCRIP TION, FROM CALICO TO SILK; Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonactas, 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., A pi il, 27, 1874. New Life in Falmouth J6 W SMSy-flTTWQ SOOT It nimrtliini; MA IV VATS! 1874.- - ' 4OT' ' '; : ; ; , 1874 SPRING. ' SPRING. SPRING HORTOIY...

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

THE TRT HERALD, JULY. 8, TROY fr HERALD. c WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1874. ActUa awlac eklte. Special to iMllltaoro fiuii.) Wasiiinoton, June 21. The tnoit Important action of con irreii for the uast twenty years In re iraid to leWlnv bittchlaaa, wa- that or naiuruay, wuuii oumwr iimniiivn vi Mnrvlmiil from the committee on intents reported ntlvorsoly on the op lillcntlon or A. li. Wllioii, for nu ex- tension oi nil patent covumig iuu lciiir motion feed, the uatcntfor which expired two yenrs since. The lewliitf iiiiichlnc combination, in which Is In cluded the Wheeler Jfc.VOIsou, Wlleax & liibbs, Singer, Grovel- & Uskeratid IIow6, ifor two year havo worked1 Inird lor this extension mid have HiiL-nt a if rent deal of money. A ntitn bci'al' uttornuys and lobbyists havo liimii nbout tha aomnilltou reoM and thu untuni otUco nearly all tho.Usuo, but ilio petitions slgnea'fcy overihro millions ot people, tisKiiitf tnat mo ex tension bit ret used, proved to bo too si rontf. .Many ot the 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. — 15 July 1874

TROY J1 Iwi HERALD, rMv.iT x JtLJjj f. VOL. 9. TROY HERALD, reiMMIIED BY FISHER Ac MUDD, AT fM.rtO a Yonr In Advanao. RATIt OF ADVKRTIIINQ. Itnuetc 1 insertion.... .....ftM Each addlttoael Inaerttnn 76 Ad:iilMUtfttter' Notices 3 M Klnal KrttlesMnt Notice 8 00 Htray NotltM (ilnxlo stray) a 00 i:tli additional stray In name notice. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to resular advertisers. Advcrtlscmeat- will take tho regular run of the paps. Extra charge made for pro fcrred places. No ccrtlduta of publication will be made until Mirh smMlcntlon lion been paid far. The non-observance or thin. rule hat been tli! occaaloa of much trouble and actual lona- Our teres are: Cab In advance. m ub. Mpttou; caah on delivery, for job work and cMh on uaaad, for advertlacment. 40URTOlilKOTORY CtncniT Ceinvr.First Monday utter the f.Mirth Monday In March and September. County CoCHT.-Second Momlay in Fob ruary.May, Aueunt, and November, I'lioiUTU Court. Second .Monday In January, April, July and Oc...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 July 1874

LXi I ERAS TROY HERAI WrPnrKgPAY, JWA' 15, 1874. JM Probation. 'AtM yaa'MMbtithat dtiiflyf rH,y iti4b(Mi)irwfoM he nimilk Vtfuj rtrk,-i' b"' "M"'1 8tM-dld not ftlncteamtof An-'JfttaP dlaa's fccomful' ate,iHit'lo1fetf it him at icreneiynfirnev croing -scwns limitary. taUowUat lst,lttUn.W!as i.iiiHVr iWifliW. m hef feuaftl an'. Br ' Burgess, welt ktiawf aiw-tWstli! knowledge thffr 'JJaa,,t1i,trcont ln- tclllgcucu uu jnc.WQru. ugroviiwua;. lie Tim biWjfrrw tb fcwinnpscoll jigalutt hc0uitey.;ljulc!uil when ho law nvV enjoying, ,lit?rsp4l nhJtiuMHW$tajrtt-. irlidiAd even loMuaaaVthicilft'i-ertrtuward bdlnii to dVNjiifltTj ft 19: bW-1 rtX t .liicro . bo ' AHatslWe against Fred? ' EvorylUUignUe Uvcio wouia novo toldyouho was Ilt9 Idlest at mIIJiI a voTmg nicfl: ho' was fopiNsh lu. hls mauhVw'aftssMg; he was' Born'c M'batkndilii(ihif convcrsatlori'; in 11 wordhuvwtar dt'ho usVi to himself or .aiiiiiinjbmr.'i - ' .ALirviWouleli iinvo told-voii Hint lie waaitlra bcstiooiiipanlott'sho hail cvu...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 July 1874

TiraiTBGftri UEBJU JUTjYjIGV ISdC HrtiH Itssrsr lnl I" TheMlowlnv is thBlastVlrj,ll1a Cllyyawi! A few eveliliitrs.wrttiwii icllosr rushed In toTiiikhkrcOShe ard'i'enlooii In a terrible itala'bf ex cltetncut; Throwing hUliat' or the coHteriie cried to Dan.' ttto'bar keenest i ii i Ma.ii 'There'll be the biggest row hero lir a mluuto that you ever taw I 'Olvo lue drlnky quick (Mi iui . lw u i Dais settttit tho bottle, ami while thed'ollosi helped himself, bcgaii to look to M Six-shooter, nud got'lils club read?.) -Leaving hUilint on the' counter, ilio follow run to tho door. Inokctl out. then rushed buck to tho bar and mlu t. Vet, in 'less than half n minute thort'llbea It II ot n tlmo' hero! Oivetiio another drink, oulck!" Atulsolsliur the bottle ho tiroccoded to help' hluisulf. Ho then took up hit I... ....I ... II.. . I.I nnu wa cumiy lumcuiHg on, wncn nan cation out: 'See here, you rou fellow thero I What' all this about a row? You ciiino back hero nud pay tor those drinks, or I'l...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 July 1874

TffiB TROY HERALD JJLM)Wi 187i TROY jHERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUt.Y 18, 9li. ik. m. manii I Mllm m. a. !. i The jrVMeWK neglects no pretext lo prejudice id readers ngalast the Democracy of intestate, however Utile sense, reason or truth there mar be in it. At one time it tries to fasten noon the party tho crimes with which the Younger and Jamoi brothers aro accused. At au other it accuse! the "confederate ele ment" of creating a dlecord and at tempting to rule tho elate, and uies language toward them as nngenerous as it is false; and then, an column nrtloleaa "Our next state loction," which abounds in prejudice towards Col. Colman, though coufesslng that he Is a mxuoi "houest intentions;" in doubt as to llio grangers knowing how to accomplish the alma of their organization without Its aid; in which it advises them to send dole gates to tno convention at Jefferson City on 2d of September, a more It regards In the light of a menace to to tho Democracy, that Journal re marks: "By some miracl...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 July 1874

THE. TROYi HERALD; JULY15, 1874. TAKE XTOT Z C THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. OF f re receiriny and opening this weelc uHAip aififind. stool Spring and Summer Goods TO rfHltJH We invite the tpecial attention of ill pertoni seeking desirable goods " ' At the "Bed-Rock"' prices ! you are in Troy dotCt fail fiql,ati$ ''Dry-Goods Headquarters" Ind see the 1 jar gent and MBest&ahsor.te'd stock or General Merchandise in JLincoin County, r- WE ASK PARTICULAR H tfoTlCE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES' HA TSt MEN'S AND SOTS' CL 0 THING, Ladies' Ready-made . Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF EVERT DESCRIP TION, FROM CALICO TO SILK; Caasfaeree, Jeans, Cottoitdes, Tweeds and Linens, for Hen's and Boy's Wiar; pMasols an6 fans GLOVES, HOSIERY, &0. BRINQ ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS Sl CO. Troy, Mo., Apt il, 27, 1874. 1&74. ' !M4874it -1874 SPRING. , SPRING. , SPRING NORTON, HARLAN & NORTON, TROY, MISSOURI, WON TflEf lt COUNTESS IA...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 July 1874

-rrrc: V. I'tflM J. M. M'f.EI.I.AN ClklWMcLellan, Real Estate Agents, iSSSSSSSSf, Mo., RsadlVBiad ! 1 Ttt ri-Aw. 1 To MWWim ots5W Ittnaftctumt of and Dealer la On nccojjBt-,1 icnao of railroad fttill 'airnod flint it txceedl Inconvenient to ii n a km v ran ftALi:, timet his regular nnwriuliuuutt In No. 2. L'onl Intttl : 40 ncie unilor Lincoln county. Ho thurcforo hat wlthl u'im tWita Vk fjac Xo. 4. sailnn county lnni i nil Ilil- Awntfirthi sCHOOf BOOK!! Alfll STATIONER nrovcd farm of 4uu Hurt!!. 'HO acre under 1. . ..... .1...!..... II...... ..I 1. .... Celebrated Liquor House llbums andlHcf&e IcmCC. liOHi-ir- Ill'm-il IHU imm.-mj of live reom mm and a half stories high; a tenant house clglftcen hy eighteen tret : a living iiml a cistern well ut tin- house, seven i.i ir I'll.'" "ii tin farm and n stream of living water at one etui or It. An nrrlinril of one PERFUMERY AND FAfc? dRTIOLMSc 1 ! SS?iiini;3 IK. I tad iitlef I " r r --i1aiali " m tfflj3 ;i roalroad. Will In sold Ik-iii...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 July 1874

UHUL TROTH IfERiVIiDJ :jtfrA'lfi; fEI t HOHET Brokers and Dealers, "!v.ao. Hodl A Bydnor, IN JHcDMALB'a ILDlftU. SELL, GROCEiwtlfclPttaWAi FOR CASH. mm of mm m For which -Ike Hiffltcnf Iflarkel Price will be paid MILLINlJtlY; NMk Mfl'Mkll FANCY GOODS. itC. A Complete Aswrtmca'4v3,''' BttWrtliP AjirflttVDr'rfB 'itrTtM Wrt tbW3 0f.Jilort. 'W-Miltd ' clufsiii i!PwnHie,v illlto. jpN'liVMWIrA'hou. aud LiUfravltiira and Th'WoW'oHfiiny rltiWfMirH tiniHr'thc? MMf tb' Jiw AtaBtiilMryriofwlta wan party of tliiiiUuitrdrtlMcr itiditlMlnlffaiil have IihIuoIJ .tlimViMlnni Mid:piiUtalierR.to rtibinit It to mi I'.vui t and thorough re vision, and tirf.4nr a tirtt'eUrtlcrA Ritltted The American fyelrtp-eilla, . ' ' Wltliln tlielast tin JfrW the proeren" or dlklnvrrt la cvvrv riMmrimmt .irlmKirlii.L LsJStyJwdiepieti IIhtA-VrtflrrTriWtirfM, TV"1! IrtifJf.tmoMJtVlTIt A.Nf T'XfrWlrtBtt Coi.t.K AOUNCY, WILL XEOOTIArE Alwa oti hand. The of tbc n lh public U solicited, : rr 1 Farmers, Look to Your Interest...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 July 1874

THE TBGftf HERAiLDl ftBJXtlBS m& TRG&fr HERALD. t WOOLP0LE & GORDON, WOOLFOLK & G WKItfglUY JOLT IS, U74. a, Wa. 4 r'L The nn&MtaHl, fitcr-tary of Au burn f rattp, No. WO, la 1U laee.linj on JaJtUth, 'mi taatractte. to eaafer wilh thaoihtr f raagaa ' M ytr ns to tha advisability of kolclaf couu'ry,. plenlc. Eaoa fringe it Jierew.rcqueitfd to taa action 'in the mitter, aud power 'the dele- tfatoe to : the, county franje, at Ue wcetliff iu AMgaet, to-act in the nrcmliee.:1u. order tkat a aultable place and time majr be aelected. . . 3. E, Stombbrakeh, Jr. i . Tha St. Lonie Timti eava the to bacco market ia atlll excited, buoyant and again higher on yeiteraay, pricei udvaucluir and medlaara manufactur ing leaf- Me to? $1. For all gradoi there waa.a.nod demand and the mnriiet wM'vcry atrong all around. Tho Loutarillo Ceuritr-JourMl of AVciinoibayreporu, tho market at th.it point Tory firm, with a further il l vunce ou lugf and leaf of fully 86 to fOc. That paper, in ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 July 1874

THE HERALD. .tnjL- JLV- Jl VOL. 0. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MOM JULY 22, 1874. NO. 29. TROY HE RAT D, .I't'UMMIEft BY FISHER AT A HAPPY IjAHIXY. If mmy, II NathlRff Wane. John C. Mead camo beforo' J. II. APT VlfPVItlSMEB OptRAGU. i i.i i .. ... u r i' wti i ... i vur ueigiiuoriug Tiiipgi.uiiMvuuui wu the scene Uit Saturday afternoon, of a most dlsKracelut exhibition of Allen, Justico ot, the llcaco for thli rowdyism. Jim Calhouii mid tils two Ml..50 n Yonr in Alvttnoo. I towinhiii, on Tuesday ofi.lait weok sous, Ellsha and John,(.tbo lsvat. of and procured tho Issue of a warraut whom has had Ills name mentioned lot tlio ill-rest of his wife, Mary E.lmoro than onee In our columns lu'con- Mead, nud Scion Dray, whom hq iicctlon wltli lawless.doyHtry, wcroon RATES OF ADVERTISING. I fHluin 1' Insertion,., j ,,. $1 M Cach additional insertion . "A AdmliiMrutors' Not I con r'lnul Kfttlnmrnt Notice finv Notices (Minnie strsvi i:cli additional stray In ;in notice. . 1 nil i.iditri ucauuuous win...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 July 1874

THE.TROT HERALD; JULY 22, 1$74. TROY J3ERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1874. . THE. jros. A( . FiaHCK, HVBB, Etltars. mmtmv a. wise. 81k hmurn tki Jsuim Blver la the Or at EiCeMUt' casapiiar. OMTcsponiiciioe Chicago .Tounul. Iii oiio of my rccsut letter, I'roin 4hn irrnut lake! to ilamUtOll roOUS, 1 iiioiitloued Iho (act of tho prcsonco of Jlcnry A. Wine, who was governor 01 VJLriuris wIioh John Drown was hum, iiuon iho steamer which carried u (lowrii Iho James. 1 remember ao inonv things that lio raid, tlmt I am disposed to copy them lor Iho readers jo( the Journal. lit nioit cases 1 cun ilvo,the exact worda lie used : but of courto no report can carry iho lire, the enthusiasm, tho energy ana the .earnestness with which ho spoke, lie is a thin, sparo man of about 1110 dium height, with white hnlr, a keen, bright eve, not remarkable lor any thing which would command alien lion in Ida personal appearance, lint no oiio van be long In his liroRcnvo -without discovering Hint holms In tellige...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 July 1874

THE rmO&iKERAXJDi:mWm; 18S4; i tiraagera Beware. A tho Itadlcal party carries too much weltflit to moko a respectable i-aco tit Mliiourl litis year, It wants tlio Grange to shoulder n part of tho burden. If the Grahgo owesany par tlcular debt of grntlttido and good will to tho Nodical prtrty,nnd If It at tntnpts to tnnke tho heroic sclfsacrl lieu demanded nf'lt, this magnanimity of the act tuny bd grout, but tho re sult will bo taint, (t Is too young a ihitig to pull through so old a sin iter '; It lids not tho pith to carry such u land of iniquity; tho effort will break it dawn as a power in thu poll tic of tlio State, and the Itudiculs will ihusinoro Bticcesl'uliy destroy the influence of tho fanners' move tiivnt by identifying themselves with It, thnirthuy over could by tholrupou hostility. Already a half dozen granges have been broken up In Illinois by attempts itiado to use llieni for part Iran pur jMiced, and somu of thu Democratic granges in Missouri are promptly de nounc...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 July 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JULY 22, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1174. TRIli JMi Ai Cotton. The Clinton Democrat says "it looks bad to teo Democrat who went Into, D'smoeralle ojtiventlons and nought cfflco at the lait election, now Joining liandi with Radicals, whom they denounced In an effort to break ito ni the Democratic party. i Kdward Kulfman, a young fanatic l-C Madonburg, liaa made hlrriiolf no torious by attempting to assassinate Prince Blimark while he we; riding along the street in hit 'carriage Bismarck had hi head tiprte,kie hat ..ttutlnff iho crowd, wtion Kullmail tired a pUtol at,Wm the U gracing I I....'. ...it..li.tu 1.... nd.. ,k.,1A. lo assassin waa arretted, and Ilia marck interviewed him whilo In prison. In a speech tho folfowlng c veiling, 'lio said that Kulloian aimed at the cause he represented, rather than at his person. ' ,i. The Radical possum policy; ns un derstood by soiao or the ptorly' Jour i:als, and probably by the others that have ventured no express...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 July 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JULY 22, 1874. janooDs:t Noel A Sydnor, IN McBeSALV'S RVIXBMU. SELL, GROCERIES CHEAP FOR CASH. All kinds of Country Produce Bought, lop which, the Ifkent Market ' Price will he pattf ynm: GIVE US A. CALL. MISS MAGQIE ELDER, MILLWOOD,. lO. fJKAI.tSR IN MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS. SfcC. A Catnnlat AsaortauntO '.ie Latest Sty A Ladies' Bonnets IIutM unci TrlmintnflM, Always oa hMtl. The Mtrotiago of the Farmers. Look to Your Interest ! A NEW DEPARTURE w BY 'i t ' j 'i EVAUS FROPIUETOHS OF- it " EVANS BROS' LEAF TOBACCO, WAREHOITE, N. E. Corner Twelfth and Poplar Street!, ST. LOUIS, MO. ? ' Tho only Warehouse which sell direct for the Planter atld Shipper, Also the largest,' Warehouse lu the city, uud provided with the belt light for exposing Leaf far judo. , 'J (MminiaVoti por.lihd. only One Dollar. , (.'oininlsaDU per Box under 600 lbs., only Twenty-five Copts. Beit price always obtained. " . ' T- Give iii a trial aud bo ooiivluccd. ' EVANS BROS u30m3 f rpittSTEE'S SALE. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 July 1874

iSas asnr'HEffiA&E0mnwaa; 1374. F. C.CAKg.ji )? I I . K.V..K....AN Cake & MoLellan, Rill Ettte Ag.nti, Office In Court Howe, Troy, Ltnooln - unty. Ho., PKETV rOR BALK. On tcoount of a (utol abenopf rallrotdoMolUlIM, "tho unturalgned flmU It. exqcaihKly incoiiTtillent to meet n rnctiiai- appointments m Lincoln county. Ho therefore hat No. 2. Conl land : 40 acre under Lincoln county. Ha therefore I laid with a vein coal twelve feet till., unpointed lile,teemel rloild, ' vlth nflrtyfctt of thegrnutid; cltfht miles 1 ' .Mntiuii i w."tlwmy.Prll,e(la., , JOHN S. THORNHILL, No. -f.Hallno county land ; an Im-l . Amnt far thm nroved farm of 4UB.adrc. 220 acre under icnee, 120 acre ttmliur. .lowed loir house of itvo room one and tt haif torie high ; a tenant home ulghteen by eighteen feet : n living umU etsiuru wclUt the JioUan, seven prlig on tho farm ami a tra n living wider at onoemfor It. "Ad orchard or one hundred and acventech fTMlt true uow in tmnniiif, mvoii mile from llrownav...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 July 1874

THE TBOY HERALD, JULY 22, 1874. 1874. . SPRING. 187. ' ''X r . 1874 i; TAKE XTOTICSS THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. Are receiving and opening this week TheirSeefchd Stools oit Spring; Summer Goods TO TOHIGH We invite the speoial ettention of til pertont seeking desirable goods At the "Bed-Rock" Prices ! XV hen you are in Troy don't fail to call at the "Dry-Goods Headquarters' ' Ind see the largest and Best-assorted siocc or wenermt iiiercnanmise tn Lincoln County. WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HA TS, MEN'S AND BOrS' CLOTHING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF EVERT DESCRIP TION,'FROM CALICO TO SILK ; Cassimeres, Jeera, Gottonades, Tweeds and Linens, for Men's and Boy's Wear ; PARASOLS AND FANS GLOVES, HOSIERY, 8RINQ ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS & CO, Troy, Mo., Apt il, 27, 1874. NORTON, HARLAN & NORTON, TROY, MISSOURI, New Life in Falmouth Nelson & kt:i wiisonjaSi Shannon i ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 July 1874

It TRpHERALD. WEDNESDAY. JULY 1674 "T 'Tfj ! Action of 0enlrw Committee. Pi imaty Election Septenfr 7 yiHttnJk !! ta Sleet Dele, gates ta fltaVaweatlM. Rtaolailc-aa, Jaggta ! Kleetlea, dee, On Monday. July IS. 1874, llio fol lowing1 named 'gentlemen, , elected nt the township mass meetings on the 11th, if the Itatnocratle Executive Committee of Llncjolu count-, mei ot the court house In Troy : i " 1 l)r. J. W. Welch, Hurricane town ship ; Jas. M. ,WHon, Clark ; Itlchard S. Young, ' Bedford J. j C. , Elmore, NIiicvch;.F; D.. Hardily, Monroe; ,1. 9. K.v Gregory," Wavbrly; ATcx. Mudd, Millwood; Win. T. Owlngs, Prairie ; J. E. Stonebraker, Union. The comnaiitco was organized by electing Dr'J. W. Welch chairman and J. H. Stonebrakcr secretary. Tho following .rosolutfons were adopted ae rules 'for governing tho Democratic party In the present cam paign. Uetoked, 1st. That the Democratic party of Lincoln county, and those who proposo tn good faith to act with it, will hold h primary electi...

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