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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 September 1874

THE TROY HEBAXI), WED3TODAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1874. GENERAL REGISTRATION jVoi- 1J57M. Ordered by ttic Coiitity Court Hint 1 lie lieucral Kcjrlstrntlon of voters tur the year 1871, hu held oil Monday and Tuesday, Sep tember 28 and 29, and Monday, October 12, 1874, in each flection district In said county. The election districts, places ol l eg-ixti-iitioii, ami nuiiies of registrars, are us follows : Election District No. 1 All that jmrt of Monroe township in tp '.), v 2 east, north of Dolt's creek and west of tlii! public road from linrr Oak to Xew fciileiu ; thence to Dixon's store, 1 lu-iict: to Hob's creek ; and nil of tp. lit inline l cimt. l'laceot renistratlon t'lmntilly. Aliens Caiueroii, regis, trnr. Election District Xo. 2 All that part ot Hurricane township in tp. h inline '- and iJ east, north of the New Hope and Falmouth road, ami tp. SO nuipi east, west of host creek, and tp. ftO mill Al rangi) 1 east. I'lnuo of resist ration, Xew Hope. Charles 6. Co, refilsirar. Election ...

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. — 16 September 1874

TIfI'2 TJROY ITEKALD, WK1JNJ3KDAY, HKPTlSMUKlt I, 1874. Cake & HcLeUan6 ! Read ! Real Estate Agents, Olliei' In Court IIiiiim', Troy, Lincoln County, Mo Vi). 'J. Co:il liiml: 10 turns ttmlor 1ml Willi ;i vein ill" coal twelve fiii'i tliii'l;, v-lihin tillv li'i t r the Kiipiiuil i cljjhl little-- vv m tinni'lno. I'rii'i! VlJiu.l. Vo. I, Hulini) county laud : nn lui 1 rived larai "!' I'M ucre. !'-'! ad'i- inulcr ili c, I id acre, tllllhcr. Hewed Int.' liniiv til' H vt l iiihiio nlic a halt' -toilc. hk'ii ; a ti iiaiiMioiic eighteen hy chrhtei n ici-t s a :nuit,' ami .1 cllcllt well al tin Iuhit, .even ini'if on tin farm unit :i Mt'caiu of living water at miiM'inI of It. An oii'liaiil of one llUi'll'ed mill .I'lclllrcli trtllt ll'ee. ImW l!l nun,'. mjvcii mile, limn lirowii.vlllc. una I iilitt.ul. Will li -ill. I cheap nil Imii; Ilia". IV CMhall'.'l il lor propel tv in (llli vutllit v HI' i i Si. I.IUlK No, u.--House find lints In Troy: h'Hi-e nf r 1 1 1 r room, ami two )ior-lit ....

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. — 16 September 1874

THE TliOY IlKKALD. AVKONKSDAY, SKITEMUKlt 1, 1H74. TAKE THAT PARKER, CREWS & CO. ire receiving mid opening this wceU Their Second Stock of Sp ring and Summer Goods TO WHICH Wo invite the special attention of oil persons seeking desirable goods At the "Bed-Rock" Prices! When you arc in Troy don't fail to call at the Dry-Goods Headquarters" JfSKf see I lt Ujar&eut, ami Seslassortcfi slock, ot (ieneraljWerv.htiniilse in Mjincoin oieetfy. WE ASK PARTICULAR NOTICE OF OCR STOCK OF BOOTS AX 1) SHOES, If ATS. MEX'SAXD JiOJ'S' CLOT11IXC, Ladies' Ready-made Suits, AXD DRESS GOODS OF EVERT DESCRIP Tl OX, FROM CALICO TO SILK; Cassiraeres, Jeans, Cottoiiarles. Tweoils and Linens, for Men's and Boy's Wear ; RARASOLS AND FANS (ji.ovks, :i rosiEiiivtc. BRING ALONG YOUR GREENBACKS AND FARM PRODUCTS AND GET FULL VALUE IN CHOICE GOODS. PARKER, Troy, Jo., Apt it, 27 IS7-I. lew Life in Falmouth i Neison & Wiison Aro IMeiiinir of n LARGE AND HANDSOME STOCK or KESER1L iilEIU'llAXBISU AT Lowest...

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. — 16 September 1874

THE TIIOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'It16, 1874. For Judge of Probnte Court. Charles V. l'ortcr authorizes in announce llllll lit Mil I.NOM'KNUKNT candidate lor Judge of the l'robiito Court or Lincoln co. Far tilcrk of County Court. W. V. McKay I On Independent candid ate for the oillco of Clerk of tlto County Court of Lincoln county. For Aocmor. .tnlni II. Downlm.' nf Nineveh townhln I. an independent candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county. For Conntable. William A. Peavorisa candidate for Con aide of Hcdtord township. I have cholco (owls for sale, light hraiiiti nml p:irtrltlj.'(! couchen cross. Thev arc largo and likely. Aildress. W. T. r.wxi:, :it5tii2 Cap-ati-UrU, Mo. nix'iai. notici:. AVe have sccureil allrst-t lnss tnllor, v ho ha- oilmic(1 Ills shop to-day. Wo can now nccotiiiiiodatn tliu public v ith lull suits or job work. ;lj Wooi.folk & (iottnoN. ( nil in Time and nuvu i:.xiHHr. Out and nil who owo Hie oil Dolus or ni'fouiil...

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. — 23 September 1874

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 23, 1874. NO. 38. VOL. 0. TROY HERALD, 1'CBt.HltKH nv llSIllSIt, & MUDD, AT Ml. ."SO a Yn tu Advance. H At Es bV ad vertTsTno. I iiiuri! 1 Insertion, ft M Kadi additional Insertion Ad'ttliiliarators' KntlfCM 00 I'hiiil Settlement Notices 00 Mrav Notices lalmjlo stray) 3 00 Kuril additional try In samu notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made, tu rcaulur idvcrtlser. Advertisements will tako the. regular run i.r the i.ivr. Extra charges made for pre ferred plarei. Nu c crtltlc.ito of publication will bn made ..ntil such publication ban been paid tor. The nuti-oloiervaiice of this rule has been tin- occasion of much trouble, and actual los- I Hir trruiH ur ; Cah 111 advance, nil Sllb. sciptions; raii on delivery, for Job work Mini i-asli on demand, for advertisements. "COURTofiiETOIIY. tlincmr CoUKT. Fir-t Monday after tbe f.iurtb Monday in March and .September. t'uiiNTV Coi'KT. Second Monday in l-Vb-ruarv.Mav. August, and...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 September 1874

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEOTEMBER 23, 1874. TROY HERALD. Wednesday. sKrrn 2M8-4. LOUISIANA. The Pelicans Drive out the Befoulers of their Nest. The Kellogg Usurpers Over thrown by the People. Five Days of Freedom in Nine Years. in Tyrant Grant says They Shall be Free no Longer. Ni:w Okm:an., Sept. 10. In response loa call lorn mass-meet-l:vx on Canul street thin morning In ptotost against tho seizure of arms of 1 r'tvuto citizens, citizens begun to as semble about 10 o'clock, unit by 11 o'clock (liu broad sidewalks of lliu js .cat I liorotthfaro wore 11 Hod for several squares. Many More wore ilosod, andthoro seems to bo n very ;.ciiurul suspon-lnn of business at this' hour, 1-' in. Addresses aio being do Ihorod Iroin lliu huso of tho Clay statue. Xo disturbances of any kind l.uvo incurred. Two companies ol ! idled Stales troops arrived this morning, mid Marshal Packard re ports a regiment tin mule Irom Holly ."spring--, Mis., for I his eiiy. aumuation pi:mami:i. The citizens' m...

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. — 23 September 1874

THE TliOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER !3, 1874. .Tlttrdcrcrii. I )o not start, dour reader, nt ttic tor tiblu hcadlii"; above, for there Is no liloml spilt by tlio murderers wo al lude to; no litii'rowhi; mul ttickoniuu details of llio llllllllllf of itiantfleil coipscs, such u you liuvo served from 1 1 1 1 y lo day In your i utcrprlslnif did liu's iiothlnjjror thu kind. Wo merely nlliido to llio slaughter of the Inno cents the seconds, minutes, hours liy the luboiitiK uiuu mid incoliaulc9 i iliu luo-nnit iiay. The evil is of no recent origin, ul though it may have materially Increased throuicli thodull limes of the past year: workmen be- iim afraid of ousting t lu-iti-ulvus oulof a ob, tmrlietilarly It it in a good one, linger over their work, wustlnir val uable time, xvhich is money out ot Mimeboily'a pocket, iiml only inukoiin ctlort to mini wuyes when the willed "nl eye ot their employer or toremuii is upon them. A few week since, while admiring the substantial masonry mul mayu...

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. — 23 September 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEt'T'R 10, 1874. tii-.o. . rmnEM, t jon. a. nvou, 1 K4ltrs. Democratic State Ticket. t or Hovrrnor, chasi ii. nAnniN N. J. CBLfflAK n.K. .HrltHA'1'll THUS. IIOLMIMV JO. V. MUlUJKtt J. A. HMt'KAUAY l.t.-Uovtrnor, srr'yal Stnlc, Mule Audllcr, TrruNnrcr, Oriicrnlt IJi'g'r of I.taiiiW, ;i:o. iit:ii:i Mip'l I'ub. ftchool, It. D. MIIANKU. Judire nf Supremo Court, AV. It. NAITO.-V W. HOUUM COUNTY TICKET. w. it. imui:t II. N. HASH KIT j;. n. ito.sTii.- josiaii cin:i:cn Tiil). U. Ill 'IT iiutli'o County Cuiirt, I'dilcili1 .luil.'i', I'ro-i'ouliii!.' Att'irnt-y, irrk Circuit Ouiirt, i .( k County Court, W. A. WOODsoN I'. (!. SIIKl.ToN TIIO.S. M. t'AIU'KIt .KJ1IN WILSON JOHN McIONAU i itiifviiir, .uuriir. .'iiMurT, ItKtilSTKR! iii:ikti:U! I Tho general registration lor this eur will take place ut tho various election districts In this county, an I ho 'JStli uml '.'Dili lust., iiml on the lUtli proximo. LTiulur our present...

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. — 23 September 1874

THE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, .SEPTEMBER 23, 1874. FALL THE OF 1H Woolfolt & Goidm, TROY, MO. AVp Iiiivo jiut I'pcpIvpiI otir Full nml Wlulci- Slock, anil uro Now Ready to offer great burgtilns to CASH BUYERS. Our Mock i more uttrncllvu this seusoii than ever, uml toiuprUus in mrt llrown aud IllrniiiiMl Cotton, Tii Lh, t lu ck, C'nlli'ui'M, Mifipt'M, the- ' not Miirtiiip, lleiiiniM, CSinfflianiM, Itcd Sc Urv'x Twil'd nmiiH'lN. riaiu Itcd, firry and White I'lannclN, American, l-.iifflih and r re nth lire oo1n, IMaiii As Colored AlpacaN. .lap . aiu-ac Cloths Silk Pop lins, HflaiiiM, BCmpi'c (.'loth, Km ting. Ulack Hold and firccn lle pcllanlN, Hl'k, llrovii V (told Tweed, Fancy uiiiicr lor Men and HoV Wear, Toju:mii.'i-vitii tiu iiowt Stock tf Piece Goods ever brought to Troy. In which may lit; l ull ml -lSAVSyC- DIAG ONAL COA TNGS. A AER CAN EN GL S AEL TONS, SCOTCJ CEV OTS, FRENCH DOESKNS AND CA SSIAERES. ANTS it- COA T GOODS TOO NU MEROUS to MEN WON: A A SO A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT...

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. — 23 September 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2iJ, 1874. r. C. CAKK. .. M. M'l.Kt.LAN Cake & McLellan, Real Estate Agents, Ofllce In Court Houo, Trov, Lincoln County, Mo., i'MOPKHTV FOR HAW. N'n. lU!il luiicl : 41) nrros under l ilil vlt!i a Vein Hf coal twelve foot thick, xx Willi tlftv feet of Mm (round; tight Mllcn x.-t from Troy, I'rlcu tfl.il'ii). Xo. 4. Hullnn comity Innd ; mi Ini pr.ned farm dl" loi) m-re. 2-Jii acres iimltT fence, lio aero timber. Hewed los li'Min! of llxe rriim- one :uul u half Morle. high: 11 tenant hou-o eighteen by clithteen lectin living ami a clicrn xvcll at the iioufl, evoii lili,i' on the farm and a -dream of livinL' xvater at one end of it. An orchard nf one liiiinlivil ami evrntceti frnl I liven nnxv in bcarim,'. -even mile from l!roxvnxlllc, una roalroad. Will lie old cheap nil Inn; time, dr oxehatist.-d for properly in thl county or liL-d. I.'inl.'. N'ii, o. lloun mid 4 loin in Troy; houe of four room" ami txvoporehc. a well, moke home, stable, fruit...

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. — 23 September 1874

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1874. GENERAL REGISTRATION For 1W71. Urrternl liy the Coiiiity.Coitrttliat tin; (ieiierul Itiilstrrttlini ul' voters for ihu yciir 1871. ho lichl on Monday and Tuesday, Sep tember 28 and 29, nint Monday. October 12, 1874, in eneli eleeilon district in suiil eotiiily. The eleeilon itiHtrlct.-, ll:icr." ol reg istriitimi, niul names of rcylslrnr.s, are ii tnllows : 1 :ii:jt ton Distrlet No. 1 All dial part of Mnnioi! f owiiHliip in tp VJ, v -' enst, norlhot Hulls eroek nml west of tin) itihlle mm! Ire-lit llnrr Oiik to New bultmt ; thence to J)ixmi' store, tlienee to Hub's creek ; 1111(1 all o!' tl. Ill mn:t' l ou-t. I'luconl rcjrUt nil Ion - (.'liaiuilly. A iiyn- Cameron, regis liar. Ueetlon DNtriut No. 2 AH that part ul lliirriiMiii! township in tp. il ruiifru '-' and il east, nnrlli of the S'ew Uopu mill Kiilnionth road, ami Ip. JiO l aiiffe '-' ci-t, wcM of host creek, unit ip. .'lOanil .11 ninsfii 1 east. IMaeo of logi-trailon, New Hope. ...

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. — 23 September 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1874. TROY HERALD. VEIXESIAY, SKPT'K 2.1, 1874. For Jurtjre of Probulp Court, Charles V. l'ortcr authorise tit announce htm n mi Inhepknuknt candidate lor Judge of tin! Probate Court of Lincoln co. 'or Merk of County Court. W. W. McKav Is nil Independent candid ate for lliu olllc.c or Clerk of tlio County Cum i of Lincoln county. ("John V. Wi-bli Ik an Independent rnmU il iti lr Clerk of tUn Uiimity Court of l.ln coin county. Cor Aeor. .Iiilm II. llnwnln of Nineveh townshlt) i- sin independent candidate lor Acsor of i.iacoiu county. for CoimtMblc, William A. Deavcr I a candidate for Coil alile of llcdlold township. Xiiwfii'Ai'nit Ciianuiih. Win. M. Anderson, Into of thu California Jhmorrat, lias purchased n liall in tcrcl in that excellent and fearlessly Democratic paper, the Clarksvllle Sentinel. A. Aekerman has sold the Warren ton Chroniclr. to Frank T. Williams. It is now issued under the iiatuu of the Vitiscii with Chits. W. Hush, for me...

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. — 30 September 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 0. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 30, 1874. NO. 39. TROY HERALD,) I'l'Bt.lSltKU DY JFISIllSIt Jfc MUDD, AT Wl..5 u Y(;ur In Advance. . ' RATES OF ADVERTISING. I Milium 1 Insertion $1 M Knell aililltloiiiil insertion 7"i AiWllnlntrutors' Notice 3 00 r'lnul cttlomeiit Notice il 00 Mi-iiy Notices (single stray) i) oo Each additional stray In Kiimn notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be iniidu to rcsulur tdVOItUcCH. AdvrriNcmcnU will take tlio regular run of the paper. Kxtra charge made for pre ferred place. No certificate nf publication will lin mado .'.utll such pulillcatlon has been paid for. I'liu non-olwrvatice of thW ruin bus been tlic occasion or miteli I rouble and actual los- Our term ares Cah In advance, mi sub. 'cltitldiii: vault on delivery, for Job work and i-a'b on demand, rnr advertisement. CincriT Coukt. Pint Monday after the t.Mirt li Motnlav in Xnreli nd Scntcmhcr. County Collier. Second Monday III Feb ruary. Muv. AtiL'iHt. mid November. ...

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. — 30 September 1874

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1874. TROY HERALD. WKDXK8DAY, SKPT'lt 30, 1874. THE FIRE FIEND. Forty Men and Girls Perish ia the Merciless Flames. Scene of Ghastly Horror and Terrible Incidents. l'AT.ii llivKit, Mass., Sent. 19. The Urunllo Mills No. 1 in this place burned thin morning just alter t ho operatives begun work. It Is said there was a fearful loss of I If". Tlio loss liy tho burning of tho Granite Mill No. 1 Is .i00,000. The opera tives In the spooling room in tho tilth story were luttilc stricken and Jumped Itoni the windows or were sulfocaled. About thirty persons were Killed and Injured, and the dying in number is i.wnv more. At l'J.30 in. eighteen charred bodies of killed mid a number of wounded had been recovered. Thus turn part of tho machinery In thclowor stories will be saved in d.nnagetlcondltlon. The Providence Journal lias a dis patch -from Full river saying that i-omc .twcnty-flvc blackened und t barred 'Head bodies have thus tar boon recovered fr...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 September 1874

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1874. What Ho Owe Hli Wife. Tlw 'cciit ilenth or Mr. Wllllston, of Jiast llriiuptott, moved tliu Spring ilolil tfcpttbUcaH to tell how tliot'otin liition of Ills vast cstato was lulil. Tim llnmbl(nui says : "In mora thuii llio usual sciiso Mr. AVIlllston owes Ills success In lll'u to Ills wllp, Miss Emily Graves, (laugh ter of Klnntlmn (iraves. a Wllllntus burg runnel', to whom ho was tnar lied in the spring ot 182'.', when tvcutyscveii years oKI, ami who still survives him, a Mveot old lady of seventy-seven. Mrs. Wllllston, at the instigation oi her mother, sought tomc labor which might prove remu nerative mid assist her husband in his iidverse Tort line. She hit upon the covering of buttons, which were i iicu miiiiu. entirely uy nana, nor llrst attcmiits proved nartial failures. uccaiiKu 01 tno poor material urn- iciyeit, uui ineir urotlioi-in-luvr, Jlr. w iiiiuey. ui ort lamiiton. susiresteil lasting us a Hitbstuiitlal covering. Aflur mu...

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. — 30 September 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1874, TROY JLERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEfT'lt 80, 1874. tiiko. d riNiiun, l jon. a. nvoo, l Cdttor. Democratic State Ticket. I'or Governor, j.t.Uovrrnor, hcc') f Klnlr. Male Auditor, Trofwurcr, Aii'y pncrnl, llrg'r of f.niid, ciias. ii. ii,tnoix m. K.nnflit.vrii THUS. IIOI.I.I1MY jom. w. mi:iti':it J. A. IIUCKADAV ui:o. dii:i:i, Mllt't Pub. Mcliool. It. . NIIAMMO.X Judaiiv of supreme Court. W. It. NAPTO. W, HOUGH COUNtTtICKET. l.eiirpeiilatlvo, .imtlcc County Court, Probate .ludgc. 1'i-iKi'i'iitliii; Attorney, Clerk Circuit Court, ( Irrk County Court, W. II. i'HIKST . II. X. 1IASK K I T K. N. 'tONI'lli .11 Hi. Ml C II CI THUS. (i. Ill "IT V. A. WOODSON 1. o. siii'lton THUS. M. CAItT'KU .lOlIN WILSON joiin .McDonald t I'litTiur, Murltr, ASCSOr, Ti ea-iuvr, Gov. WooiUuu lias nppoln t oil Ed ward A. Lewis of St. Louis, formerly of St. Charles, as J udgo Atlanta' suc cessor on tlio supremo bench of the iatlltU. The Sctlnlla Democrat Piiys : The calm, s...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 September 1874

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDA Y, SEPTEMBER 30, 1S74. FALL TRUDE OF W4 Woolfolk & Gordon, TROY- 3IO. Wo linvo jut rcnplvcil out" Fall and Winter Stock, anil uro Now Ready to oflcr groat bargains to CASH BUYERS. Our locU U more attractive thU kgiixiii limn ever, uml comprises in pun It r own and Blenched Cotton, TicltM,:iteckN, alieoc Stripe, Che viot ShirtingM. lleniniN, diliitfhnniN, Red A: Uvvy Ttvil'd WnnnelN. Plnin lied, Uvvy mid White rinniii'l, American, KiikIImIi and French llrcKM (rooiIn, Plain & Colored Alpaca, Jap anese ClotliM. Milk Pop lins DclaiiiN, limprcMM CIoiIiK,SuitiiiffN, Illack liold. and fir ecu He pellantN, Ill'k, ltroin A: fjold TuccdN, Taney CatMinter lor flleii and Hoy' Wear, Stock of Piece Goods over brought to Troy, In which may bu ton iiil HASA'ETtf- DIAG ONAL COA TINGS, AMERICAN 0 EN GLISII MEL TONS, scotch cue vi- OTS, FRENCH DOESA'NS AND CASSIMERES, PANTS (' COAT GOODS TOO NU MEROUS to MEN TION; ALSO A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT or CLOTHING. BOOTS AND SHOE...

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. — 30 September 1874

TTIK TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1874. '. ('. CASK, I, M. M'f.KM.AN I Cake & MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, Offlcc In Court IIoiim!, Troy, Lfncoln Comity, Mo., pbopkrtv ron s.ti.i:. Xo. Coul laud : 40 acres under l:ill Willi a vein f roal twelve fi-i-t thick, wlthliiliftvfcct of the ground j eight mllr wot H orn Troy, l'rlcu tM.tino. Xo. I. Saline county land ; nn lin proM il rami of -MM nvrc. 220 ncres under fence. I'.'Oncrc timber. Hewed loff hotlsti of live moms one Mltl n half xturli-.i high ; 11 tenant liniino eighteen hy eighteen twt : a liilag aliilti i'Iti-ril well at tint house, seven sprl'igs mi the (arm and a stream of living water at one end of It. An orchard of one hundred mid seventeen I'rnlt treen uuw in hearing, seven miles from llrnwuvlllc, on it rnalroad. Will lie xold clieap on long time. r exchanged fur property in this comity or In St. Lnllls. Xo, t. Houro nnd 4 lols In Troy; hntce of font- rooms and two porches u well, moke house, stable, fruit and...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 September 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1874. GENERAL REGISTRATION For W74. Ordered by the County Court Hint llic (Jenernl ltcirlal ration of voters Hor tho yeai' lb4, be held oil Monday and Tuesday, Sep tembor 28 and 29, and Monday. Ootober 12, 1874, u each eleelioti dlsttietin suld county. Tliu election iHsti-lcts, places of ng iMrutluu, tuiil ikiiiius of registrar, urc us follows. Kloelloii District No. 1 All Hint )inrt of Moiii-ou township in tp VJ, r i-nst, north of Hub's creek mid weM of the public roud trom llurr Oak to Sow Sulom ; thunco to Dixon's More, I liencc to Hob's creek : ami oil of tp. 10 niiigo 1 cust. I'lueo'oi registration L'huutllly. Aul'Us Cuuieroii, regis liar. Jllectlon District Xo. 2 All that inrt ol Hurricane township in tp. fll nnitru and :i uast, north ot the Now Hope and Falmouth road, and tp. M raiiuu '.' enst, west of Lust creek, and tp. AUiiml 61 rnniru 1 cast. I'lace of registration, cw Jlope. Charles !j. Cox. registrar. KlectiouDitrIctXo.3 Clark 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. — 30 September 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, i8?4. TKOV HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R 30, 1874. For Jmrc of Prahate Cotirt. Clinic. IT. l'nrtnr authorize lit lilltlOlllirC lilm as nn Indki'kniiknt candidate fur Judge of the l'robalu court or Lincoln to. rr Clerk of County Court IV. U. McKav It mii liidoncndiint candid ate for tliu otllco of Clerk of the County Court or i.ineom county. j.lnlin P. Wchh Is nn Inc1nfirnltnt caildl d.ite for Clerk of the County Court of l.ln- i oin county. For Assessor. John II. Downlnif of Nineveh township l uu independent candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county. For Constnble. William A. Dcavcrlsa t-Hiitlklutc for Con able of lledford towiiililp. Notice. Parlies wishing to rent gooil l'rul 11 o I iinns, will do well to call I in mo iliitlcly on L. C. Thompson, at Troy, Mo. 38U The largest Mock of lleadyM5I!io Clothing in Troy at tho Dry Goods Ilcudiiuurtcrs. :9. l'AHKKII, Cm:ws Si Co. The bust Joans in Lincoln county for the price. HO. Woor.i'oi.K Si Gordon....

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