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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 July 1874

"r ' THE TROY HERALD. TROY. LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JULY 20, 1874. NO. 80. VOL. 0. Grand Barbecue and Picnic at Troy. Tuesday, August II, 1874. TKOY HE RAT. D, rttr.MsiiRit iiy AT rl.."50 n "Vnr In Advnucp. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 -iniare 1 lncrtlon flW Itach niMltltinal Insertion .d'llltlltrutor' Notices " Filial 'cltlclllcnt Notices it 00 Mray Notices (slnvrli" stray) I ....I. mlillllniiiil ti'iiv hi n.illlii llnllre. . 1 (Ml Liberal deduction will be mad J to regular ilcitlers. Adwrtlscmont- will take the reRithir run of tin- paper. Kxtru charges made for pre- l.i'1i.l Itl'll'd. Nn rertlilcate nf publication will lie niacin -titll xlli'li plliillrallou lint nri'ii nam mi. 'I'li.i ti.ii..ilitpiiii.l.i !' .lilj t'lllii fitltt tiltf'B lhi'oceuloii of much trouble and actual hi'..-1 to iut tliu bull ill c till term lire i ijii-ii in iniviiiirc. ira mi. s4ptloii-; wish cm delivery, fur juli work j 1 1 1 1 c.ih on demand, for advertisements. COURT DIRECTORY. CiurttiT Comer. Klrt Moinlny i...

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. — 29 July 1874

THE TROY HERALD, JULY 29, 1874. TROY HERALD. 'WEPyiESTAYl JUlYst. 17I. The Guitar Teacher. Major Ingoldsby was learning to nlav thfl ffUitar. Murk Twain says tliat In the -full new of lime, "every man will make known a distorted desire to piny upon omo initt'utncnt. Thcretorc, you who are annovedbv unsuccessful and demarallzliiir attcuiDt to subiugalo n riddle, beware, for sooner or later vnur limn must come." Major Ingoldsby bad boon attacked by a, desire to play the guitar. Per hap lie could not, in the entire Hit of instruments, nave cuoscu one .which bad execution shows to so fjreat disadvantage ostitis particular nitrument. Guitar playing is mo notonous at the best, but when it ;oincs Into tho hands of a novlco, It is infinitely worse. At least so Tom Tracy, Ingoldsby's chum, asserted, .and heccrUlnly ought to know, for itls turn, turn, turn, of that guitar haunted Ills waking and sleeping Jiours. Tom Tracy wn n patient jiian, but ho had endured too much. "Now, see here, Seth,"...

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. — 29 July 1874

THE TBOY HEBALD, JULY 29, 1874. MB BATDRBAY NIGHT. A Pattest Wife. This morning thoro came t this city, from her homo In ltochcstor, an old woniun, whose form is bent, hnlr h gray, arid heart is heavy. She pro Affiled to ono or Ilia hospitals, gained entrance presented a letter to the Mipcrlntcndout, ond was shown nil in loam ami a trcmblo to ono of the wards, where on a bed, when alio altered, was a sick man asleep. Look lug Intently at tho invalid, alio shook her head, and turning to the attend nut who accompanied her from iho hmiucs offleo to the bud of tho pu I lun I, said "Tlicru ii aotnc intatukc. This Is not i lie man I scok." "lint thl is tho ono you called for. 1'his Is Henry . Hour In mind Hint he has been very ill that n lover has dragged him low down Into the yalo valley." !he stood mid gazed at him. Soon licr hands were clasped the tears began to Kiithcr in her eyes, then to roll rapidly down her sunken cheeks. Then (the knelt in prayer, rested her head on tho edgo of t...

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. — 29 July 1874

THE TROY itERALD, JULY 29, 1874, TROY J1ERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 89, 1874. THCO. U. FIIHGI) t ion. a. nvm. i IIOWTHKV FIIOrOiK TO WORK IT The Radical executtvo committee of tho itnlo has mot and issued its luoiitinelatncuto to tho parly. Tho voinmlltcu took no dofinltu action in regard to tho stuto contest, but hold out tho Idea (hut if uu opportunity presented itself tho purl)' would slip in with a ticket. Now tho oppor tiinlty co much desired is n division of the Democracy tho nomination of it third party ticket. It tho Domoc racy, or any plausiblo number of Democrats, glvu couuteiiancelo such a mure, thus nficctlng tlic 3fi,000 ma jority which It holds hi the mute, tho Radicals will tunko a unniiuntioii, lirlnslnjr throo tickets In tho fluid. Tho Itadlcnl parly of Missouri will otnml together, and with the old plcn of "loynlty" sounded In their ems, i tio third party tlckot will receive lew IT any vote from that quarter, so tlmt if any uuiubur of Democrats arc hoodwinked into tho b...

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. — 29 July 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, JULY 29, 1874. TAKE NOTICE 1874. SPRING. 1874. SPRING. 1874 SPRING THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. lre receiving and opening this week Their Second Stock of i Spring and Summer Goods TQ WHICH We invite the special attention of all persona seeking desirable goods At the "Bed-Rock" Prices! W hen yon are in Troy don't fail to call at the "Dry-Goods Headquarters" ind see the largest and Itcst-assorted stock of General Merchandise in JLincoln County WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF O UR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, MEN'S AND BOT& 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, HOSIER Y , &C. BRINQ ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM ' PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS & CO, Troy, Mo., Aptil, 27, 1S74. Mew Life in Falmouth I Nelson & M SyiSY-FITTWQ BOOT It Kuiiietliln ERY JUAN WANTS! A PERFEC...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 July 1874

THE TBXSt IiEB&MDkJXM lBji. F. C.CAXX. ,T. M. M'LEM.AN f J J 9 Real Estate Agents, Otic in Court House, Troy, Lincoln-' unty, Mo., tnmnenrr rmH mm:. No. 2. Coin land : o aero tinner- On account of a total absenseofj mmMwahiI ftittlllttAa fttM tlttftnt'lllli' It Alt Hilda it exceedingly Inconvonlcnt to I am Ilia .AftVlllalM AHHftllll m fill f fl III I IllVVt If to VfftSt iJJJWI II Lincoln county. Ho therefore has laid with a vein r coal twelve fcet thick. uppolntcd Ills esteemed frlond, uiliinnrt of thnmiuiidi i uht mllr " -i .i wcitfromTfoy. Pridfjl.twe. No. 4. flallno comity Innd ; nn Im proved firm or 400 Keren. 320 norm under fence, 120 am timber. Hewed log house, of Ave rooms ono und a half stories high; ii tenant house eighteen ly eighteen ire t : u living ami a cistern well tit tli house, seven aprligsontho farm and a streamer living water atone nod of it. An orchard of one hundred and seventeen tVnlt trees now in hearing, levnti tmlos from llrowtisvlllo, unit roairoad. wi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 July 1874

THE TKOY HEBALD, JULY 29, 1874. Notice ( PhyaicUna mm Surgeons. rnilB ATTENTION OF PllAC JL ixvlng physicians and iure.ws In Lin ealn county lit respectfully Intltnt to the lirilowliig provisions of nn act passed bv the (ntislatureof Mlssauri aud approved March JT. IK74: flm;. Every person hereafter wishing It commence tiio pftiiftlcc of niedlclne or i"tire ry In thin state, shall ilia a copy of hi r hvr diploma In tin otMce of thu county clerk nl tin; I'ouniy In which he or she re sides, which espy shall bo sworn to and sub scribed by the puny tiling tlm samp, nnd lluTi'Mpuli the said clerk shall clitel tin; uunu1 of Mich party, the dato ortlllnjttlio same, the il date or or tier diploma, nnd name nnd jocdlon of the school or university xnuitlnif !licr.uic, In a book kept by liliu fur that purpose, to be willed tlm roll nl" physician :ui.l .-myelitis tor which he shall receive the um ui one dollar, tho sumu to be paid by the .ippiicnnt. .m:i ;i. All persons now priiclicltiK medl 'l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 July 1874

THEi TUG Y HERALD,, JULY 20. 1874. TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY JULY SDl 1874. , IN niSHOHIfMBt ... I TltlUMMt ClTADK.r.. K. of C, wnrroiitou, -Mo., July it, i7I. Whereas, Hit luii pleated tlio At mlitlitv hi lib tturemo whilom trtre tint I'll (V.ini nlif initial mir wnrlliv brother oud Sir Knlirht Goo. W Oiirrott: Itesolveil. Tlmt wlillo wo bow in humble tiibiiitfislon to tlio wilt of "Him wlio.ilujorti ull tlilnifM well," yot wu leei witti-groat grief mi iokh iroiu mir mill!. ' ' itesolved,''' That in the dentil of tro. CinrrVtt tliU Cltiulet Inn lost it member -who, tlintijfli young in tlio onk'r. wut n true Knight of Curtluixe in Milrlt nml in truth. 'i'iuit personally we tlio members of lliin dliutcl fcjivo Keen itcpriveii oi n tnio brother nnil Unit IiIm Iniully huvo hot mi iincutloiiiilu itud ilutilul ton mill it In vinir bi'olhoi'. Unsolved, Tlmt to til anrrowlnir mill L'llfl otrlckon fiiniilv wo extent! our heartfelt mnputby In this tholr miii bereavement. Ilesolveil. That wo wen...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 August 1874

THE THOY HERALD VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 5, 1874 NO. 81. TROY HERAT D, i'ttni.tsii;n nv lISHER, & MUDD, AT tfl.."EO n "Vsmp In Advance RATIS OF ADVERTISING. I iti:irc t Insertion i ft M) t'neli additional liiNcrtlnu 73 Ail'iiliiNtnitmV Notices 3 1(0 Filial Settlement Native , il 00 Mrny Notices (lii-tUi hlriiy) .1 Of) Kuril mlilltinnul strav In sunin tiotli'e. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to rcaular sdvcrtlscr. ' Advertisement will take ttio regular rim id' tlic paper, lixtrn charge nude fur pre ferred iilaic". Nil ccrtlllcuto nf publication will be made .intll Mh-li publication ha been paid for. i... ..i. .... ii.i . .... i i . i....... i iu iiuii-tiiicrviiiicii ui mis ruin, mis ut'tii llit occasion of much triiiihlniind actual loss- Our term are: Cadi In advance, mi kiiIi. i'Iiiim: cnh mi delivery, for ah work mm mi ileinauil, ror nuvcrtiMiucut. COURT DIRECTORY. t'lMct'lT Comer. First Monday after tlio f.mrth Monday In Jlaroh nnd September. County Cot...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 August 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, AUGUST, 5i 1874. TROY HERALD. WHDXESD AY, AUGUST f, 1874. NANCY JONES' BABY. A Cnllfornla Clutch Story, 'From tlio.isiuTaiiicnlo Union. Thu wind cume howling down (lie ii.otint.nlii aide "nil willi ti hollow ii (Kin, rushed through tho canyons, 'ilii tall plno-i tossed nnil bout their Leads utoueli rudo blast ol thu turin. :i.iMi'4nt' Dluuk clotliU hung liku a ji.aurul pull over I ho mountains, anil t..i lulu poll icil down In I ononis. Ilnbbit Crock boiimluit' down lis trow bed, currying an i.eioro it, v. hilling uud writhing like u huge i .pout, taking way with rapid leap, ! l, M ing on lis louiuiiig uosotu it muss ( ; rtibUtMi. irouuogs unit sunups oi t.ro.-, caught irom their resting places 7 t . t t . . . 1 . t ii loiiio Inlltliie, wuru Dome on until Ji -I to sight. Now uud (hen u sluice 1. ... came lloatliiir down until dashed K pieces ugujiisi u bowlder, telling of r -aster to .-oiuu poor miner iiiriucr i , the ulcli. On, on, swept the I ..'iiing waters, inki...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 August 1874

THE TROY H1BALD4 AXJGUST; 5, 4874. A TERRII1LE MISTAKE. There waii plcaaant ilovlco which old Mr. Duseubury omployed to- i-lil liis but'iyiiitcli of robins. Having lorincrly bucn a clothier, ho llshed irom liis gurrot a dilapidated old dummy which had onco scon hotter dn and clothe, mid turuod thu sum coptiblo heart of many u iioar-sluhtod damsel ; iind rising some arms upon It hu chid It hi tudud garments, cocked u ilUroplilublo.looklng lmt on 1 1 h Itead, and stood it uu in tho middle ol'hl patch. Ills lucetlous ticighboron tho rltflit, having iiiiltcud UiIm ingenious cuiili'l vuiiuc, coucclvod tho litan of remov ing It from Diuciibiiry' garden and ocretly placing it in tho garden of hit iiulglibor-oii.the-lofl, who was likewise in a tutu of chronic madness on account ol tho mighty depreda tions of the robin. Tills done, the iielghbor-on.ihe-right, after kicking up a rumpus siilltcicul to disturb the sleep ol a mummy, hid himself behind u tree near by uud awaited develop ments. Th...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 August 1874

THB TftOY HfEfcAiLD; AXTGrtTST S, 1874; TROV HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1874. TMKO. II. FIBHUR, I JON. A. MVBD, I Editor. I'JRK AND XV ATHU. Two years nga Ilia tfro flcml swept nfnf inn- olinti'V. ilnnli-tit-lnu- rlllns. nml fuinis, mid lives, leaving sorrow, ''. and lm iiinilo good uto , , ... ,.,,, t or i s tluiu and opportunities. During iliMroif mid starvation In Its track. It , lml peHol, ,,,. llfluct pe wits ii year of llro. The pcoplo nil sitmil I'riuiid has not been provided tver thu land wore panic-stricken with an olllco In a locality whore liu K,r of Inccndlmlc. o,1,Zcd .ml 'j' (.y.tcnmtlc Incendiaries, wn In the llul i,......' i-i.Hi.itoil irom thu com- l.eurts ol tho denizens of our largo rlllcs-nii ordinary conflagration . . . ... . i ... '...I .i. i v on. ,i ca. .0 w.e .can , mi.k " ifui llinlln il llml tl tlMia 4i IiA im.lfil-nl ..it ...... ,ft. v. mat i no enemies oi iiiaiiKiiiu were ai iiiaiiiienauce on urani s continuation Ciblr work. 1 1" power, thcro Is not ev...

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. — 5 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD, AUGUST b, 1874. TARE NOTICE 1874. 1874., 1874 THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. Ire recelvlng)and opening this week Their Second Stock of Spring and Summer Goods TO WHIOH We invite the special ttention of all persons seeking desirable goods At the "Bed-Rock" Prices j When you are in Tivy don't fail to call at the "Dry-Goods Headquarters9 ' Ind see the largest and Micsfcassorted stock of General Merchandise In Lincoln County WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, MEN'S AND 1102'S' CLOTHING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF EVERT DESCRIP TION, FROM CALICO TO SILK ; Cassimeres, Jeans, Gottonades, Tweeds and Linens, for Men's and Boy's Wear ; PARASOLS AND. FANS GLOVES, HOSIER Y , &C. BRING ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS & CO. mTroy, Mo., April, 27, 1874. New Life Famouth M EtSY-flTTJNQ BOOT U MllllctlllllJ,' EV.ERY MAN WANTS! Nelson & W I CiOTO ,,sonJas. Shannon A PERF...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 August 1874

)'. C. CAM!. J. M. M't.KM.AN Cake & MoLellan Real Estate Agents, Olllce Ini.'ourt Hoiii', Troy, Lincoln unty, Mo., ioi':HTV roll n,ii,i:. No. C'oul lnntl : 40 acre utulor lal.l Willi n vein r coal twolvrt fret llilefc. within tifty red or the trrouml ; eight mile wi front Troy. 1'rirt l.th"i. Nn. i. Sullno county Imul : nn I its -prmcd lat in nl' 4UII acres. 'J'-'d acres mi-t f leiicc, I:!', acres timber. Iluwcd lo' linltv! nf live i.a.in one mill ii lialf stories IiIkIi: :i tenant Imllv eighteen Ii) li.'htocli It'l l : :i II. nut mid :i clsiern well lit tin1 hiilic, seven lrl'i mi tin' farm iitul a stream nf llvliiy atiT in urn- dill of It.' Atinrchard ol' one litiiutiYil ami .evented! Irult trees imw in 1 :t ri 1 1 -r. seven wile, rrnm llrnwi.. Illc. nun roalload. Will he sold cheap on luiic thin1, nr cNi li.inu't'il lor property In this county or In t. Louis. I No, . IImim ntiil -I lots tn Troy; !mtle nl' tour rooms Mini twopoivln , a wi ll, smoke lii.tl-c. -Inlil.'. fllllt n...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 August 1874

I THE TROY HEBAXtD, AUGUST b, 1874. Notice to Phyxiciaiis and Surgeon. Till: ATTENTION OP I'ttAC ticln' pliy-li'lnii-. ninl urireiin In J. in. "In nuiiity I- re-pci'tlnHy ItiVltvil to the liillnwni;,' provWolii of mi art pl-actl Ijv lira li-lnttiruufMU-uurl and upprovi'il Murcli -i. iT4 ! skc. livery pcnon licrralti-r wMiliig to coiimn'iHv tin- practice nf nii-illi-liic or Hii-L'i'i-t In thin Mute, -hall tile ii nijiv r hi I'f 1 10 1' lllplolll.l 111 till' Oltll'C III' tllU VlllllltV clerk m tlii county In which lit or hc n:-Idc-, which copy liull In- -.worn tn ami ulf -crlln-il hy tin- jmrty lllliiu' tins miiiii", ami llici-i'ilpiill tile Mild I'lt'l'K Mini I fillet tin IliillH' 'i Mien party, tin; unto hi mm;: tlio niiii'. tin Hit' il.a' nf III" or her diploma, ami name mid lot-ullou of tliv school or tinlwr-lty raiilliu Hie -nine, In :i hook kept liy lilm lor that l'iiiioi'. to he called the foil or pli'Mrliiint llllll Mil .-rlJIH lilt' Whlcll ;1 I'i'I'I'lVC lliu Mini of mil' dol...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 August 1874

tfilti TROY HEft A&iK AtTGtTST 5, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. AUGU8T.fi, 1874. Hunter Martin, ion of Mr. A. II Muiiln, of I.oiiblnnn.wn accidentally f-liot lust week by Ktl. Hotitcucy. Thoy woi'o out hunting nbout tlirco miles J roiii town, wlion n flock of pntriiltfei were tnlfod mid youiiff Sontcncy, un tier the exultuinoiit of tho occasion lireit nt the Itlid Hint flew in tlio (II lection of Muiitci', who stood about t hii'ty yards oir. Tho gun wn landed M'lth turkey sliotnnd lliinter received the wliolo charge in hUftico, hendniid neck. One of the shot went into the (tinier of tho left eye, injuring the nerve nnit destroying tho sight; two i!ncd into tlie mouth uenr.tlic root of the touguo and were spit out; none of llivin were extruded, being burled too drti'dy, Scntcncy wns so much ulR'clcd bv the liufortunntc accident tliul Iiu wns unable to lender the MitiliieU iislstniico to Hunter in l oiii liiiig home. Hunter Is now doin well. He bears his alllietlon with ii:iu!irkn...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL., 0. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 12, 1874. NO. 32- TROY HERALD, pubmshko nv FISI112Ra& MUDD, AT fM.fSO n Ymi In Aelvanoo. RATI! OP ADVERTISING. 1 Milium 1 Itmertton ijl0 Ksch mlitltlnniil linicTttou "! Adruliihdrators' Notices .1 IK) Final !cttlemant Notice 0t) Mray Notlrv (idnglu utruy) l " Kucli additional utruy In samo notlre. . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be irnulo to rcmilar advertiser. Advertisements will tako the regular run of tin' paper. Kxtra cliargos made fur pre ferred place. No ccrtllicate of publication wilt bo made it) I KUcti publication liai been paid lor. The niiiMibMrvunc of tliU rills lia been tln occaMoii of much trouble ami actual lout. Our term are t tiah In adviiurc. on cub. Minium; cuh on ilolhrtry, for job work ami cau on uctaanu, loraijvrriiAciiiciii. courtdirsVctoYyT Cmctit t.'otiitT. Klrt Moml.iy after thu fourth Mniirinvlii Muri'li nndSrntcmhcr. foUNTV CoWUT. Second Monday III Feb ruary. .Mav. AiiKUKi, aim .xivrmiici, 1'II...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 August 1874

t mETR0 HERALD, AUGrUST 12, 1874, TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1874. The Burglar's Story. J1V A DKTUOIT UKl'OKTKH. There was a time when I used to boast that oven a cat could not walk across tho floor of my bedroom witm nit wakimrnio from a sound sloei) J used also to declare that no burglar could over outer my houso without Mousing mo thoiitJincutho cumo Into i lie uoor or inrouun a wuiuow. i liud this conceit taken out ot uio one i.iirht. and I'll rclutohow. No, 1 do uot believe it was conceit r.llogcther. 1 wits a light sleeper; the i untie or u curiam or iuo wiiisiung.oi tliu tvlud would one n my eyes in a second : but then. 1 under-estimated tho steulth, tact and boldness of u professional burglar. It was ubout a year after I went to housekeeping ; 1 was wilting a little lor the literary papers, unit used a lublu in the slttiug-rooiii. Writing sometimes until n late hour, wlto would go oil' to bed and Icavo me tiloiie. The bed-room was oil' the sit ting-room, and our hous...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD, AtJftPft ja, 184. ill UN AX MOW. Raitienl nn DmicraltettNtft In MIm ourl Coatrantcd t'aur Ytara of MurUrraiid Dink Lrw Fllw4hr t'oar Years f Trnuqulllir llroin (lie liates County Dunimrnt, mil. Tho last issttoof the Smith Aden cttc, iu summing up tlio particulars ol tho Wilson iiiiirilur and Hardy hanging, say Hint tho Democratic party Is solely responsible. Wo (to not desire to recall lire pant: wo ' do nut dcslro to harrow up, old sores ; but tho contemptiblo Hlbcrii of thut paper demand It. Wo shull comparo tho ltadlcal and tiioDomucratlo rulo in Ilutcs county. These n 10 things Hint our people gen orally know. Thoiladicatpurly was in power until 1871. When win old iiiiin Daniel killed? Shot dead' nt midnight !, It was uudor a Itadlnal mltululstrutlon in hatcH county. Was anything done with llio pcrnotraturs r the deed ? Ncvih. When was llartinau butchered by tho Wix fain II) ? Under a Itadicul uditiinUtia lion, and nothing done In tho way of niTost or iudlctinui...

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. — 12 August 1874

THE TROY HtJRALD, ATT&tTST 12i 18741 TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1874.- JON. A. tlVBB. MHO. To Ihe Voters of .Lincoln County On Account of a porsonal ml Hinder standing between u competitor mid i n y Hill', in which sectional prejudlco run so iiign us 10 inrcaien uiu nnr inonv of the unity, and tocauto III' icollnir nntr estrangement among our friend ; mid recognizing tho fact Hint t lie inimors arcinrgeiy hiiuhcu wnn 1 lie IiNm of sending oiio uioro closely idem Hied with the occupation of hut Imndry a granger or a farmer to the legislature; mid being willing to iii coni mem every rigiitauu privilege ilipyiuny justly claim ; but above all oilier reasons, being anxious lor the linrtnoiiy ot the Democratic parly, lor which lontoi tain (he u-tiriuest at tichmciit mid with and for which I have ever no led nud labored, t have concluded to withdraw from tho can vats. Thanking my many friends for their Kindly pledge oi support, and assuring tlicin that thoso are andsivcr will h...

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