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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD, AUGUST 12, 1874. TAZS THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. Ire receiving and opening this week Their Sftoond Steels of Spring and Summer Goods TO WHICH We invite the tpeclil attention of ell 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 or General Merchandise in JLincoln County WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, MEN'S AND SOTS' CLOTHING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF EVERT! DESCRIP TION, FROM CALICO TO SILK ; Cassimeres, Jeans, Cotton&des, Tweeds and Linens, for Hen's and Boy's Wear; PARASOLS AND FANS GLOVES, HOSIER Y , &Cf BRINQ ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, CREWS & CO. Troy, Mo., April, 27, 1874. New Life in Falmouth Nelson & A ' I cio to Wilson Jas Shannon Arc Disposing of n LARGE AND HANDSOME STOCK 2d door North of Lynott's Hard...

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. — 12 August 1874

THE 3?E0Y HERAU),' AUGUST 12, 1874. Cake ft MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, Oifleu In Conrt House, .Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., HIirJtltTY VOH IALI!. No. 'J. Cold land : 40 Keren under, bid wild n vein f coat twelve feet thick, wlililiillfty fi'oi of the ground; eight lulu- vt I rom Troy . Price 1 ,. No. 4. Sullnc county land ; nil Ini proved rutin f 40rt acre. W acre under leticc, Ho acres timber. Hewed log homo of llvi! rooms mm Mid n half Morle hlghi it tenant house eighteen by eighteen lei.'t? u lit nig unit a i Isicrn wiill nt tin1 iKitifF. seven sprl'Us on llo farm and n stream of living w ider at one etui of It. An orchard of one hundred mid seventeen Iralt tree now lit hcni-nnt. seven milt! from llrownsvlllo, unit roiilnmil. Will Ih sold cheap on I miff tllnr. r exchanged fur property in thU county or . In St. l.oili. No, j.lfouno nud 4 lot lu Troy; lnuiM' nffunr room and twnporclios.a well, smoke lioti-c. ntnldd. fruit mid shade trees inn square from town spring. Price tM.onu....

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. — 12 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD, AUGUST 12, 1874. ."(lice ( Phybiclans Had , 0MH,T .1 TIIK ATTENTION OF FtlAC tvnit iihyolHaim utiit urxeon In l.lu iiihi county It re-iKitnilly tlnvlUnl to the following provMnii. or all ili-t pino-eil ly the IcMattiruurMluoiiri uml approved March Kit 1874' kc. 'J. Kvory tornn hereafter wMilnjr In ci.wni. nee tin! practice of mo Heine or Miriri iy In UiIn Ktiitf, diall tile u ci.pv or hi. ir iit-rllilniM,n llm aflleo of I he coumv cWrk .wy JiAijllf or .ho re. Trldi'ft'lvhMi tofrlMafci-W.rit to ami mil Ki-rlhM I'.v tilt' iiirty fllltitf' tint' name, utul thereupon llic.nlil clerk hall cntci tin- name of .iieh party, the date r tlliiiK tlt .nine, the the date of lil or Iiit itliloinn, uml liaino uml location iif tlKvsclioul or uulvcr.ltv cranllm; Jluum, In it' hsok kept hy. lilni for Unit .IMinu. tft lu ctilfil the mil of tilh mcJan nml Minn'ori for 'which tin nhnll rvivlvt tin MISS MAGGIE ELDER, MILLWOOD, 30. 3 ft r 9 i B,ft 2. -Q utii of inn- dollar, the funic to In...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 August 1874

THE mBGXi HERALD, ATJ&TI3TM2, 1814. TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY; AUGUST lifwl . - . , n - -j ih iii AfRKTinn or ccirrT u manse. Jiditori Jittaldt A regular inuollgg a . a. .a a . . . 01 tlie Lincoln ouiujr ursiif w hold In Troy, oil August 8th. wor thy Mastur Slioltoii waa In the chnlr, nblv suituortctl by the nroncr officers Twenty-oiio sub-ordlnnio grunge were rcnreschtutl, each being entitled to a representation of three, Including ilia Mauler unci two (loluuatus. The lullowlng resolution wits offered and missed : Kcnolvtd, That the siib-ortlliiato grange shipping irom tnu umurent iioliu be requeued to conler with Win. M. Price und other reuoiilblo toiiiiiiltuii iiioruliaut of St. Loul und iinike the bent arruiigeinents they can tor the ulo ot wheal and other produce. An executive commlttco was np poiuted, consisting of brother Alex. .UudiJ, C. II. Llndey, Ueverly JJuey i. W. Tlue und Win. Duncan. A coininltiee on Fliiunce was also iitiiioitiluil,ciiiltliigor brother Col. t.,11. ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 10, 1874 NO. 33. TROY HEItAI D, I'UBMiMKIt BY FISHER Jfc MUDD, AT jll.50n Ycnr In Atlvnncc. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I'xnuHm1 1 liinurtloa, , It W) I'.iuli additional Insertion...'. n AdmliiWtrators' Notice 3 00 Final settlement Notice no tttruy Notices (slnxlo Ntmy) :i oo tl.'aeli additional stray In same notice, . 1 ,00 Liberal deductions will bo made, to reaular idvurtlsers. Advertisement will take the. reijutar nm or the paper. Extra charge made for pre- leered tilnciis. No ccrtlrteato of publication will lo made .ititll such publication has boon Jin Id tor. The imiwiloiTVuiKT or this rulu lias been tln nccalnii of mui'li trouble mid ni'tllul los Our terms are : (,'ah In advance, mi hiiIi. tclptioiis; cash on delivery, lor job work utui ean on ucinami, lor aiivcriiscmcnis. COURT DIRECTORY. ClttcttiT Court. Klrt Monday after tho fourth Monday in alai-cli and Sciitembcr. Couxtv Cot'HT. Second Monday In Feb- rtiury, Muv. Altit...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 August 1874

a?HE (TROYHERALD. AUGUST 195 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1874. THE lUBtlRI BKWOCllAJY. TWoYMM Herr ffesrt Dalles Attack rci lr wlw TlUak-ABiwcrat Vague Charges. LliiKitTY, Mo., July 25. Editor Kautai City Time : It Is well known to those who have taken any Intercut In the politics of the state, Clint tlio column of most of tlio lladical press of tlio slate, mid of somo other papers claiming to bo Democratic, lifivu teemed with the most groundless and unnecessary slanders against tlio present stab ad ministration nnd tho Democratic jnu'ly ever slnco tho llrst meeting of the Twenty-seventh general assem bly. TUB 8ENAT01HAI, HI.KCTION ill January, 1872, furnished tho inltin live to certain newspapers mid Indi vidual, who wcro disappointed In not seeing some one of their pets elected to tho United States Senate, and trout Unit tlmo they begun a crusade of organized and systematic lying ngalust the stuto nilninistriitioti mid the legislature, todisparugo Ihelr lubors; and by...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 August 1874

V TipJiTiRGj oH$RAIiI AWVG)lfr A ailOYV.nA.VS UUA'MTVD:. 1 It must have boon nb'out tho year 1880 that a poripntottc circus company pitched their tent In tho vitiligo of Staunton, in tho volley of Virginia, for tho profits to bo reaped from country gentry and plantation hands, and gnvo such entertainment of cqucstrlitiiisili, athtetlo contortion nml ground and lofty tumbling no bus not yet lout its periodical cut for rural neighborhoods. The small vil lage inn and every other receptacle lor trnmdtury gucslit in tho place were taxed to give temporary doml :llu to the small army of show people ; but oiio there was of the cavalcade who, Instead of billeting with hU comrades, took Ihe first opportunity to slip uway from both lent ami vil lage and follow u road winding afar among retired plantations. Tliis was a mere boy, hsggord nml iirecoeloiitly rueful of glanco and cus man, now well ndvoncod In years iiimscir, near nugiit or uio surviving famliy"tlmt, upon tho flestrnctlon of their h...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 August 1874

THE ROY HERALD, AtfGUST 19, 1874. TR&Y J3EKALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1874, theo. . fismur, jom. a. smj- KMfn. a bit er vrmexwANiruLATiojf. Want of spaco provcntod us from iiotlclnir last week ilio Action of the i.-oiiiinliteo ou delegate at tho mm nioetlnir i it springing upon thut body n resolution Instructing for Judge J luck tier. Considering Hint this no tion is supposed to represent the wishes of tho pcoplo of tho county, nml also that 0110 of our fellow citi zens, whoso ability to reflect honor upon tho position has not been doubted, has boon prominently men tioned ns a sutt'Aulo candidate for con gross, Its gross. Unp'opi'lety ""d In- delleacy Is at . once nppnrcut : tho inoro so, from tho fact that Copt Tliiirniond had taken no public action in tho matter, hud not been consulted by thoso who had spoken of him in this connection. Under thcsocirouiu stances a decent regard for tho wishes of those who had used his name, as will ns thenttifudo of the gentleman himself, woul...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 August 1874

THE TROT HERALD, AUGUST 19, 18T4. TARE THAT s I PARKER, CREWS & CO. f re receiting and opening this week Their Soond Stools of Spring and. Summer Goods TO WHIOH We invite the pedal attention of ell persona seeking desirable goods ' - At the "Bed-Rock" Prices! W hen you are , in Troy don't fail to call at the "Dry7Goods Headquarters" Ind see the Largest and Miest-assorted stock of General Merchandise in" Lincoln County WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF O UR STO CK OF BOO TS AND SHOES, " HA TS, MEWS AND B02'S CLOTHING, Ladies' Rdy-made Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF EVERT DESCRIP TION, FROM CALICO TO SILK ; Cassimeres, Jeans, Cotton'ades, Tweeds, and Linens, for Men's y andBoy'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. Troy, Mo., Apiil, 27, 7S7i. New Life in Fa mouth Nelson & Wilson Arc Disposing of u , i ARfiP mn uiuncniiF 4Tnnif LNnOC Anil nnnUOURIL 0 1 Uurt OK 1 GEM.1L ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 August 1874

otiS' ,ft;Moi(irilBe'ftd'-! Read ! fn anivMiiif n'f ' n inlnl nlianiun ftf rnlltond faclllllon, tho iiiideriscnou find it exceedingly Inconvenient to moot his rotfiilur appointments in Lincoln county. Ho therefore has appointed IiIm esteemed friend, JOHN S. THORNHILL, At Asentforthe Celebrated Liquor House Or' MARK CANMAHN Real Estat 1 ifrf.l 'in iumri house. Try, Lincoln County, Mo., No. V. Coal Inntl : 40 acres Under bid with n vciii.nf conl twelve foot thick, wlttilnlinvfcet of the around $ cltfht lull west irotit Troy, Price, $!,im, Xo. -J.Suliuc. county land ; an Im proved farm iir 4u0 mm. M itero under tence, I'Jil acre timber, llowod lojf home nf ilvn room ntii' unit a liulf stories high ; tenant house eighteen I eighteen li'i't : a 111 in mid a vlsierti nll ut tlm house, seven sprl'iK on tlm farm mul a stream nf living w.itiTHtoneeiidof It. An orchard of tine hundred mill seventeen I'm It trees now in Im-ui'iii:. net hi iniliio friuii llrowmvllle. n :i VnaU'iiml. Will lie so...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 August 1874

THE TEOY HERALD, AUGUST 19, 1874. fir a "sartr. Honk Monk, tho stago-drlver who finve Horuco Greeley his taemorablo inouiilHlUrklu, In uoiittiion with all hU tribe, hatea the lgtit of those pon derous upcoliiians of architecture In tho trunk lino known hh tho "Snru toa landliox." JIo likes n "Sarin tog" about 09 well u u cat likes hot soap. JIo now drives on the singe lltiu between Cui'sou City mid Luke 'I'ahoe. JIo was driving on I ho same line lust bu miner. A Virginia lady who wus Mopping ut tho (Jlunbrook House had n ".Siiruf;,'.i" ut Curson which stio wished brought up to tho Jiuko. It was about us long and wide un it tlrst'class uprihtf iiiuuri.m, and seven or eight met liljfh. Tho Indy hud mutinied lo get it us rural Cnrson by rail, but tho trouble won to gal It tilt into tho mountains. Hank-, hud iiromUed two or three time lo brinr it Ut "next trip," but always iirrlvod without it. At hi!) t II tuik drove up 0110 ovuiiliiy, and, us usual, the hdv cutiiuout upon tho Veranda t...

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. — 19 August 1874

THE TKGY HEKALD, AUGUST 19, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19. 1874. Nearly two months hnvo passed nway, slnco congress niljourncd, und 1110 prcsiuent, cuuiuor, una ciuei om "ills have boon til id urlutf nil ! kilv to Sim ikcn to lotuini corn oi nil ma iicpnrimcui ubiGiit from tlu cabltul that lime, and arc not likely i linen tin' it month tn 'rump. 'I'linv have all drawn full pay it if on rog iilnrduty, without seeming to think thiitthey were plundering the irons ury Just ai much as it' they had en toicd tlio vaults of the ancient Spin ner and curried off no luuiiy grccu- DUCKS. This desertion must make a strange iiiinrussiuu iiijuii mi- ri-mcsuiiiuiivus nt loiolirn Government, who uru ue- , .tJi. ........ .1 ....I. .7... customed at home to see the public business claiming the first considera tiou, and neglect of It held a bur to mlvuuccmcut in oillcial or political lite. Ucn. Grant seems to think thul liuuiittku lliu Queen of England, who ....I..... I.... .1.7.... ... mo'to...

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. — 26 August 1874

TROY t i HERALD. 1 Jjj VOL. 9. TOY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 26, 1874. NO. 34. TROY HERALD, lUW.tSUKD nv FISHER. MUDD, ftl.OO n. Your lnAdyanoo. " RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Insertion, (1 AO Each additional Insertion 7ft Administrators' Notices 3 (Hi Final Settlement Notices il ("1 stray Notice (Mnglo stray) '! 00 Each uddltlniml utrny in samo notice.. 1 00 Liberal deductions will be radc to rcciilur adviirtiscrs. i Advcrtivmcnti will take the regular run or 1 1 if paper. ' Kxtra charge made for pre IVrmd places. No ccrtltleato nf publication wilt be made -imi micii punucaunn nas neen paw inr. 'I'lic iion-obnurvuiico of thin rulo has been tin occasion or milch trouble and actual lo Our terms arc : Cuh In advance m sub. sciptlnus; cash nil delivery, Inr job work unit cah on demand, tor advertisements. COURTDIRIOTOIIY Cincui r Couut. Klrst Monday after tlio fourth Monday In March mid September. CmwrV Couut. Second Mondav In Feb ruary, May. August, and November. I'lioiiATK Cou...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 August 1874

1 J- THE TROY HERALD, AFGKJST &6,H874.f TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1874. LETTER rMBM WJUHI.WTeMf TER. HI TOR V BY A rK CITHER MrintT. WHATCOM COUNTY. tv, 1 ORV. 8, 1874. J I WjMHIKUTOX TM1IITORV, juiy Dcar frleniti: I will endeavor to make my protmto good end give yon n brief statement of what I eaw on my way hero from Missouri. On Monday evening, May 18th, Mr, Cy. Thompson and family, Mr. Frank Wllhingtou and myseir bid adieu to many frloiids at Falmouth and took passago in tlio Bayard for St. Louis. Ou Wednesday morning wo left that city by tho St. Louis, Kansas City and Northern railroad. From St. Charles west for fifty or sovciity-llvo miles tho growing crops look rather discouraging. From Montgomery City on as faros Kansas City the crops In general looked very promising. Wo arriro at Kansas City 10 o'clock at night and havo to change cars causing a delay of half an hour. Ou Thursday morning we find that we have paused through Missouri nud iue now crossing the lino di...

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. — 26 August 1874

THE. TROY HERALD, AUGUST 26, 1874 In choosing thorn a homo, they should always kcop tlio idea or a healthy clltualo In lliolr mind, and have nono but good land, whether you como hero or go to any other new country. Tocoino hero i ho espouses ni-o heavy, and the dlslnnco Utfi-oat, but ouco hero you will hnvo a healthy climate, tfood water and good luud. Tho land Is cheap, but will rcquiro some time und a good deal of hard labor to fit It fur the plow. A man with a small fmiilly eau llvo very well for two or three years on flvo or six acroi of clciircd laud. 1 hcllovo I hnvo writ, ten enough lor ouo tiiuo, but If there Is nuy I Idiijf unanswered iu thl letter, tiny one wishing an answer nuiy write tuca lew line dating what ho whiten to know. 1 will cheerfully give them till thu liiforiuattoii about it that I cmii. There are some things 1 have1 omit ted that I will now inoulloii. Mcr-c-Iiamllfie of nearly all kind li celling lilghur than wild you; sugar and coll'eo about tho same, but ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD. A&tTST 26, 18?4; TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1874. TNBOi . FISHCHf JOS. A. 2IIIIBD, Editors. ! GOOD FAITH.' Tlio Democratic executive commit too of this comity, in adopting rules f.ii- conducting tlio iircsciit countv campaign, nssolvcd'"tlujj'ilifpjoJ 4'ratis iurty and all who in good faith proposed to act with it," would hold u primary election for tho nomliia lion of n ticket. A few words on this point .wo bollevo necessary, iuus much ns it has como to our knowl edge that there uro mun who hare announced their intention to vote at i lie primary, and who think that the not will not bind them to tho support ( f tho nominees: that if their choice U not tho successful aspirant they will bo free to voto for who they please. Asldo from political prece dent and the established rules of pri maries and conventions, which tiro strictly at variunco with the Idea en tertained by such men, that iuato ieii-o of honor which every man post-esses to a greater or less d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD, AUGUST 26; 1874'. TAKE TUJLT BARKER,: CREWS & CO. brc,receMnmmnd opcnlnfftnis wcelc Their Sooond Stook 'of a- . Spring and Summer Goods TO WHICH We invite the special attention of. all persons seeking desirable goods ' Pit the vBed-Rock" Prides ! 1 i , ' 1 . . r. i lit When 4'' 't cu'c in Troy.doii't fail to call at the 2nd sec the argent and MScftOMsortcd stock of General ifiercUandise in " . Xiincoln Comity. WE ASK PARTICULAR frOTIGE OF OUR STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES, HA TS; MEWS AND B02'Sy CLOTHING, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AND DRESS GOODS OF, EVER 2' DESCRIP ; TWNFROM CALICO TO SIliK Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonado3. Tweeds and Linens, for Men's rVY , ,and Boy's Weai-1 . parasols and Waists co w GLOVES, HOSIERS , BRINQ ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS rAND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, Troy, Mo.. Apiil, 27, J 874. New Life in Famouth Nelson & Wilson Air- Disposing of n LAR3E AND HANDSOME STOCK D1ERC11ANDISE AT LowestPrices roil CASHOHPRODUCE...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD, AJTCGfUST 26, 1874. Cake & MeLellan, Keau ! Head ! On nocount of a total abscnio of railroad facilities, the undersigned ttmli it exceedingly Inconvenient to meet tun regular Appointments in meroiore uas A Aeont forth Celebrated Liquor House Or Real Eitatfl Agents, Office In Coast Mouse, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., frnnrmTr raft ulk. Xo. 2. Coal land : 40 acres under Lincoln county. He therofon laid with it vein af coal twelve feet thluk. unpointed Ilia esteemed friend, w tmn miy iiwi 01 iiie gruuuu , eignt imics e iHntu III a w,.,tir.mi w. rni.Ufi.w. JOHN S. THORNHILL, o. t( QuiiiiD uuiiiii iiiiiii , uii im proved linn of 4iW acres. 9) seres under lenec, l'iil acta timber. II awed log limine i,r live rooms one mid a half stories high ; u tenant limine eighteen by rlglitcun fit-1 : u living mid a cistern wall at tlie Home, seven prhtfaon the farm and a stream of llvlmr Wiiter at one mid of it. An orchard of one hundred mid seventeen fruit trees now in lnMritii;. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 August 1874

THE? TROY'BMlAID, AIG-fST 26 187. IftlVBSMlTY THE STATE 0F miiiavRi. Columbia, Uuonh Co., Mo. ) Auoukt .It!. 1871. t To the Clerk of the Lincoln County Court : Sir : It I my duty to inform you tliut, tuidor the provisions of an Act f tlio General Aseiiibty, approved April 1, 1872, (vide Session Acts 1872, lip. 16869), your county Is entitled to kuiiu to the ucpnrmieutH ut the State University at Columbia and Itolln, Uurlnir the year cudluir ,lulv4. 1876. xuvcti Undent, between the njcs of HiMcen ana twenty-nvo years. Under tho rule adopted bv (lie ilourd of Curator, student "shall possess a rood moral vlmnii'inr, uud Nimii pas u sntisiactory cxuuilnHtluii in ortlioirrnphy, rviidiiit:, u't-itiiij; miinuieiiu ami geography;" nun must pay tlie fees prem:iib-l by mild net, lo-wlt: uii uiatriutiUtiiiK, un uii truuee I've of leu dollars mut neon Undent fee or five dollur: nud a like ('outliitfciit Iko at the beginning; of Die second half year, ii.ukinjr (ho wholo uuiiual elmrgo twentv dol...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 August 1874

THE TROY HERALD, AIXOTST 26f TROY HERALD. WEpNESDAT, AUGUST 1874. Mil.Lwopn Ti., Aug. 24. Editors Jfyrald By appointment the Democracy oud other of Dili township inct.In the town of Mill wood, on Saturday, Aug. 23, to hoar tlio candidates for tho various couniv offices urffo heir claims upon the dear people, for Support. According to on agreement among themselves, tho aspirants to minor oiuccs wcro io icaa an in i no discus sion, leaving that of representative lust, each oho to make short speeches, tor uio Hireling was iiciirons ot hear ing Dr. Drown moro than any oho ;i "o. Messrs wnccicr, urcccii.utiuu, JJonfils ami Frazlot , uiiulo short nnil npproprlnto speeches, each claiming no was me man, wnicn oi cob I'M) was i ho case. Uncle Charlie Porter got the floor nntl liorcri that uuillenco us it was never bored before lor near one hour, thereby Inking up all tho u uio niiouou io our cHiuiiiintc tor icprcoiitatlvo. I learned, for the lust time, Iroin Uncle Charlie, that the juilgu oi...

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