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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 7. 184. NO. 40. VOL. 9. TROY HERALD, PUBLISHED BY FISHER Ac MUDD, AT 1.no a Yoni' In Advance HATCH OP ADVIRTIIINO. I iunre t Insertion fl Ml Kneh avJilltion.nl insertion..,, Largo numbers of iiogi tre being driven from other countioi, notably Johnson, Boono and Howard, into the northwest part of this, for tho purposo of reaohlng our bountiful cum fields. Lot thoin come ; we can feed half of the itato. We are indebted to Oen. Blair for s&&S:::::::::::::. U copy of the nm. annual report of 8 AM or THE LI! LAN. According to notice the Link farm, on which W the principal opening to the coal mine, was lohl !at Thursday, under deed of trust. Thero were proton t James 5. Drown, the holder of the trust deed, his son, Joseph A. Drown, both of Eureka, St. Louis county, Judge D. II. Chaso, of Lo- gansport, Iudtaua, who held an Inter Nmw Hovr, Oct. 6tb, 1874. Editor Herald : I find in the last nu nber of the Herald a series of question...

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. — 7 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1874. t . 1 , j ! : L TROY HfeRlLD.I WEDNESDAY, OCT'R 7, 1874. REPLY TO BROADHEAD. An Open Letter from Stilton Hutchlns. To Cot,. James O. DnoniiUAD s It appears from correspondence In Unit rclinblo and consistent journal, llio JlcpubUcan, that tho Democratic Mole central commlttco havo Invited vou to make some speeches in bohnlf the Democratic stato ticket, and the platform upon which the genllc uicii composing that ticket were nom inated, and that yoil decline. The commlttco were probably Jus tified In making tho request by a re collection of tho fact thnt you were a declared candidate for tho position of delegate to tho nominating conven tion, and that to that extent you wore bound by Its action, but It caiiuot bo denied that you liovo a perfect right to refuse to respond to It, for uny 1 essoin satisfactory to your own 'llad vou simply replied In the neg ative without anv attempt at instill- cation, complaint would have been i tibecotniug, ...

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. — 7 October 1874

THE TROY HER ALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7,1874. IN AK IieVK. I. ANTICIPATION. "I'll tskr the orchard path," sho said, Mpciiklng lowly, nuilllmt Mowly ( Tin- druok wa dry within Its bed. Tin- lint Min Hung a flmno of red ' Low III the Went, an forth lihe aped. Arronn tho dried brook-course she went, .singing lowly, smiling slowly ; Mil' M-nrcrly iuw the suntliat spent In Hcry force in swift dement Shu never saw the wheat was bent. Tin' grain- parched, the blosnoms dried : SiiijiliiK lowly, MiiilniKMowly ; Jlcrcycs tililld tlm drought espied A summer plcauro fur and wide, With roses ami sweet violets pled. ir. DltUI'l'OINTMr.NT. lint homeward coming all the way, Sighing lowly, pacing slowly ; Mic snew tin! lii'iit wheat withering luy, Mil' saw tho IdooomN dry decay, She missed the little brooklet' play. A hree.p had spuing from out the South, till xlKKl lK lowiy. parlllic mow iv, She nnlv felt the luiriilni! drouth : Her eye were hot, and parched her tnotitli ; ici swtei inu wind mow iro...

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. — 7 October 1874

THE TBOT HERALD, WEBKUSIMY, QOTOfcKtt f18K4. TROY JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'H 90, 1874. TUB. B. riSNKB JM. A KBB, . Milan. Democratic State Ticket. PIIA. H. HARDIN N. J. CLIHA! Itl. K. .HcR ATH Tiioa. neLMSAT JOS. T. MBRCBB . A. HOCKABAY .t..Qwm t Ner'rof ?, Msrte JlMlUr, 'rreaaarar. 'r rali Hrfr ml lulit Mift rk. Mkli, M. . NHAN4).f !; MrrmiCnri, ..WAPTON W. HOUGH COUNTY TIOKIT. i : 'prtnentatlve, .t'iktlc County Court, I'rolmtc JitdftP, I'.-iMttcutinir Attorney, irrk Circuit Court, - Merit County Court, VT. II. PIMK8T II. N. HASKKTT K. N. 1IONFILS JOSIA1I CUKKCI1 THOS. . Ilt'TT v. a. woodson iiiocior, .-!irlff, ' CMOT, ivMurcr. p. o. siiKiroK thos. m. caktku john wilson j,ojin McDonald REGISTER! REOIOTCRtt But one more day is advertised for icjflstoy luff October Wllincxt Mon in.v. Wo have not received sufficient information, from tlio dllTcrent elec tion districts to mnko an cstituato of i he number registered In tlio county, 1'Ut liavo learned that It is small in oiuo places. Til...

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. — 7 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1874. FULL THE OF 14 Woolfolk & Gordon, TROY, MO. Wc liurn juit rccclvod our Fall tun! Winter Slock, ami nrc Now Ready to offer great bargains to CASH BUYERS. (Mir tock l inoro nttmetlvo tlil hcu'iiii than over, ami comprise in part llrown and Blenched Cotton, Tickx, Check, Calicoes, MtripeMi Che viot Shii'tliiffiit lleuf iUMt ttlnffhnm, Red At rey Twil'd I'lannelM. Plain Red, lirey mid White Flannel, American, KhkIImIi and Trench DreHH CJooiIh, Plain & Colored AlpacnM, Jap aneNe Cloth, Milk Pop lins, Detains JBnipreMM CloliK,Nuitiiiff. Black (old atid Careen Re nellnnlM, Hll'k RroM ii A: CJold Tweed, Fancy CaKKimcrH for "lenniid lloV Wear, Stock f Piece Goods vvvv brought to Trov, in which limy ll(S t'olllltl BASNET i(- DIA G- O.VAL CO A TINGS, AMERICAN EN GL I SH MEL TONS, SCO TCII CHE VI OTS, FRENCH DOESKINS AND GAS SI MERES, f 'ANTS it- COAT GOODS TOO NU MEROUS to MEN TION; ALSO A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK CLOTHING. BOOTS AND SHOES, AN...

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. — 7 October 1874

THE TROY HEKALIV WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1874. i. It, M'LILLA fifties ft MoL " R4il Ettiti Afc Office in couri uoiisr, Troy, Lfncoln County, Mo., PROPKHT V FOR MALI!. Xo. a. Coal land : 40 nercs tintler. laid wllli a vnln f coal twelve feet thick, within titty rest of UMjmundt olgUt miles vvct from Troy. Price l,eoo. No. 4. Sal I no county land ; an lm nrovoil form r 400 acre. 8iM acres tinder feme, 120 acres timber. Hewed lo house of ilvo rooms ono ami a half stories IiIkIi ; a tcusnt liouso eighteen by elKlitcen feci : a llvtmt ami a t Istcrn well at tlie homo, seven pri'iss on the farm sad a utroam of llvliur water atone oml of It. An orchard or one hundred and sovetitccn fruit trow now m beanne, seven imloa from llrownsvllle, on a roalroad. Will lo sold chesp on long thin, or exchanged for property In thU couuty or in St. I.OUW. .... . . No, A. liouso mid 4 lota in Troy; home offonr room and two porches, a weJI, smoke house, stsble, fruit and shade trees one untiaro from town spri...

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. — 7 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1874. 8ENERAL REIISTHATIQN For 1W74. Ordered by tlietjounty Court thnt the Ocnertd ItcgUtratlon or voter tor llio yuur 1874, be held on 1 Monday and lTufidy, 'Sep tember 28 and 29, . Monday, October 12, 1874, In imoh duel lou dUti luttii said county. Tho election districts, places of rctf iMriittoti, mill names of rt'gUtrurn, uio tis follows ; Klectlon District JCo. 1 All tlmt part of .Monroe township In tp 49, r 12 I'lul, uorlli of Jtob'i cluck mid west il' tho public roml from Jluir Oak to Sew Salem ; t hence to Dixon's store, thenre to Unit's creek ; nml ull of tp. II' ni'jre 1 rust, l'lucnot registration Cliuiitllly. Aiitfus Cuiiiorou, rctfia I rut'. Kleetloii District No. 2 All that pin t ot lliiri lciino township in tp. M i iini'-J nml :i oust, north of the New Hope mill Falmouth roud, and tp. CO riiiijrn U cast, west of Lost creek, and tp. Ml mid ol ration 1 east. I'lnco of registration, Xcw Hope. Charles S. Cox. rejrlsi nir. election Di...

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. — 7 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCJT6BER 7, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'R 7, 1874. far JaulfWBf fttKUCWfl. Charles U. Porter autaonirs u aanounc e bin m an InukI'KNDBMT candidate for Judge of tbe Probate Court of Lincoln .-. rr Clerk Oomiy crt. W. W. McKay li an Independent candid ate for the oBiee of Clerk of the County Court, of Lincoln county. I John 1'. Webb it an Independent eaudl ilatn for. Clerk of the County Court of Lin tolu county. Far AMHHN tfOIIII II. I'OnUIHg III BlUIini ion p i an independent candidate for Assessor of i.incuin county, , rr Caastable. William A. Deaverle a candidate for Con able of Bedford township. ftatlee. Parlies wlshlnir to rent irood l'rnl lie farms, will do well to call imme diately on L. C. Thoiuuion. at Troy, llo. 8U.4 Jo. Hart Is receiving mi excellent Mock of men and boy's ready-made clothing. Price, as usual, very low. Also boots and shoes, hats and caps, piece goods, etc. 48 The largest stock of Heady Made Clothing in Troy at tho Dry Hoods...

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. — 14 October 1874

THE HERALD. mu i VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 14, 1874 NO. 41. TROY HERALD, PUBLISHED nY FIB II 12 It Ac MUDD, AT t41.no n Year In Atlviuiaa. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I minim I Insertion, $1 Ml lla. h additions! lliovrllon " Ad'iilliUtralors' Notices S l I'llial rttleinent Notices 1 Ol) Mr. iv S'ntli-i' f nluvlct slrnvl 3 00 i-lneli additional stray In s'sme notice. , 1 no Liberal deduction! will be made to tcaular jihcrtUcT.i. Advertisements will lake thr regular run ni' I In- paper, Extra charge made Tor pro- 1'i-rriiil iiIaiM'ii. Nn rurlllli-nte of nuhllcatlon will he made .mil such publlrotion has been paid for. The non-observance of till rule lias been the (mtiHqii of min i) trouble biiiI actual lo. our terms are: Cash lu advance n Mil, selptloiis- rash on delivery, for Job work mu) cash on demand. lor advertisement. COURTHBiRebTORvi ctuanx CotntT.Klrst Monday niter the r.'iurtli Monday In .March nnd September. CoL'Nl V ColtltT. Second Monday in KgU ruarv.Muv, August...

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. — 14 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEIMSESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1874. TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'll 14, 1874. THRO. JOS. A( . riNIIKH, I .HVBD, j Milan. SPEAKING IN TROY. Tadpole Dyer and Demo cratic Thurmond. Jokes by the Former, Statis tics by the Latter. Col. Dyer delivered a political pecch in tho court house Inst Mou iluy evening, week ago. As ho said himself, Hie "boys" wcro go In it to Imvo a meeting to put n ticket in tho ileld, and ho had promised to go over and help them out. Quito a crowd collected, to hear, curious to know how it was that ho had become a lull Hedged People." Tho Colonel spoke it long time, and, though he cuter I allied very pleasantly, he did not enlighten tho audience. Indued, Col. Dyer is an adept iu that sort of bus incss. Wo don't liclievo anybody else could have talked ns long and .-.lid a little. With a long preface about his not having expected to speak and not having heretofore ta ken part in tills canvass, ho remarket! that the state of feeling wus cucour aging, and...

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. — 14 October 1874

THK TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEBU 1874.1 in tlio Declaration. And nt the next elect hm Andrew Jackson, who, as a disciple of the .IcUcrsonlan Domoe. nicy, was placed in the presidential clml r, null ihu yuuiitfer Adams and his school wore scattered in flight ns wns his tut her when Mr. Joll'orson whs clcrfed. Durlojr (fen Jackson's ndmlnlstrn- nun ut eight years tnero a nine in mo country nit opposition to tho party of which uen. Jackson wns the roprc scutntlve. Thin nnnosliiou had no fixed ideas or principles sitvo those widen had iiclttnlcd inutwo Aiumsc, and these meant Hint I he governed lntd mi liirhis to hu rcsnceled. but Ihiit the governing should hcciHiie the recipient mid beiiollcliirles of nil those emoluments which class Icgls lilt inn necessarily rntiiili. This op position wns made im or every dlsul lectori eleinciit in the country. It wns :ui incongruous combination without ii.'iternity; it Imd no haven in view except hell' mid section. At this linio Mr. .1. Q. Adam...

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. — 14 October 1874

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1874. TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'U 14, 1874. THEO. I. tiftllUH, J OK.. A. MUBU, Editors. Democratic State Ticket. far Governor, U.-uavcrnor, sirc'yal fttnie, male Atidliar, Treasurer, XtVr Oencral, llef'r ml l.aiiiU. CHAM. II. IIAHDIN N. J. VOI.MAN 51. K. .tlcUHATH TllOM. IIOLLID.tY jun. xv. nvnvr.n J. A. HUCKADAY lifcO. DIUUKI. It. D. NIIANMU.K sup' I Pub. School, Jailvm of Suarrate rourt, W. n. KA1TUN W.IIOl'UH COUNTY TICKET; W. It. ltiirecntntivc, liNlk'o Comity Cottrt, I'rolnite Jiuljti-, I'KM'tutliiL' Attorney i I'lerk Circuit Court, tcrk County Court, i itllvrtni', -a.rltT, I'liM-iircr, IMIJST II. N. IIASKKTT K. N. ItONKlI.-s Til OS O. 1IU1T W. A. WOODSON 1'. O. SlIICLTON thos. m. caktuk john wilson john McDonald HHIIIKO UY Ki:i.l.Ofll. In thu contusion of flight during I l.o recent overthrow of I hi) Kellogg dynasty in Louisiana, that worthy lull behind some of lil.s private papers mill Ills bank bonk. A perusal ol' these documents di...

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. — 14 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER U, In a cottiinmon Ittorust, (flvo tnu their support. A Mrong cllort is bnin mm to to rntntiul men who voted In tlie Dciuo r rut Ic prltiiniy election to support tlin nominees ot thnt I'lirly. whether tin? mutt of their elioiei! we to iioiiiliiuteil r not. Now, it eutli mull who voted tit tho 'prltuiiry election is bottntl tn support thn Democratic: nominee, wlmt is thu use of Kiiliijr through the l'urcu tl' nnothur election, in tvn nil know there Is n liirjo Democratic majority In tho county over and above thu hundred of Iteptiblieaus Jwho piii'tieipafcd lit thu primary. The trtilh In, t lint thu primary elect lou was only intended us a trial of the strenjrtli of melt n' pi in lit for ollice mid in ii y bo binding on I hose who were candidates, from u special iijjrei," incut iiitioti themselves; but if no iiioiv binding upon thu men who veiled tor die various candidates who weir defeated, than this coining No vember elect ion will bo binding on m...

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. — 14 October 1874

THE TBOY HERAXD, WEDNE8DAT, OCTOBER 14,-1874, V. C. CAKE. J. M. M'tKUAN Cake & MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, Olllne In Court IJuiwo, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., I'tiopfiHTT roR hack. No. 2. Conl Intiil S 40 hcich niiflor tahl with n vein of coni twrlye foot thick, within llflv root of tho ground 5 elUt mile west irom'Tiiiy. 1'rlcn 1,000. No. 4. Snlliio county land ; nit Im proved farm of 400 acre. 220 acrea under ivneo, 120 mti lltnlicr. Unwed log house 1 r live rooms iini' mill 11 Imll' torle high i 11 tdtinnt linlfe eighteen l.v eighteen feet : n Hung and n cistern well at tin- house, seven Mirligson the rm-111 niMi 11 stream of living water nt 0110 mill of It. An orchard of one hundred mul seventeen fruit trccn now in l.puriiKf. seven miles from Hrowtisvlllu. 01m nalroad. Will lie sold clump on long tlnip. or exchanged for property In thli county or last. Loin. No, ;. Hoiiso nml I lol hi Troy; I oue of four room and iwoporohos. 11 well, smoke lmui'. stnblc, fruit iilnl kIiiiiI...

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. — 14 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESD A Y, OCTOBER J 4, 1874. 'IN Till: B0W. ''h Mlttarr ! Ik 'man ol Bmmg The Aumor Mill! Living. Col. II. W. Sharks of New Orlcnti. Iliu nnllior of this fatnous song Id, perhaps, its well.ll not bolter known in ( lie Mouth lliniinny oilier man In the olil niglino of rl"loi:'HcS'. Tho colonel Is now over 7A years of ago, luit still ioIiiIiih liU licallli, coiutliu-, tional vigor unit xiviit mciilul Mreii;;tli in a ruiunrkable degree. Ilo niitn-l bereil as his personal associate anil! eniiipnuiotis of tlm lonjf spo melt' jrreut hci'KontiKca ns Daniel Wclixlur, Calhoun, (iuncrat Jackson, John Hell, Slidell, anil most of the MnloMiien of note who nourished In those times. In. a recent letter to a friend In An-, jtiMn, On., Iiu said s It U very true 1 wrote llio lines I (cihI you, and they are lliu very Hi st thai were evur feuiifr to the air, which hei tiiiio faiuoiifi. I will uive yuu a Inii't hUtory of the wi-Hlnir a'nd ol the uniii who i nsil rod tlieiu. When I l...

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. — 14 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'Il 14, 1874. Charles U. Porter aiithome us announce him 114 an iNiiiei'iNtiliNT fulitlttlMtti lor .ludge of the Probate Court or Lincoln cu. For Clerk Clrcull Caurt. Win. Colbert I n candidate for re-election to tlx) olllee or Circuit Clerk, subject to the derision oMbc firople at the November lection. tor l.'lerk mt Coatitf Court. W. W. McKay l an lnitn-mlunt candid Hfo for thn uittun or Clerk or the County ' Court or Lincoln couuty. t John 1. Webb I an independmt randl due lor Clerk or the County Court or Liu i ')lti eouuty. for Aiwtior. John II. .Iinwnlmr of Nineveh towndilp I mi independent candidate ror Assessor or Lincoln county. For Coimtrtble. William A. Heaver Is a candidate for Con able or llcdford lowuiiilp. Mf'.ltltl.MAC llloS WuHKH, J ClIAWKoltlt Co., Mo., Oct. 4. Ml. lteurld: Two weeks ngo Mr. AVin. M. WIHnus, n tnbaeco pedler Irom your eouuty, enmped here on i tut river. About leu o'clock ul nit...

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. — 21 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 0. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 21, 1874. NO. 42 TROY HERALD, I'UM.tMIIKll TtY FISHER & MUDI), AT j1.rtO u Your iu Advance. RATES Of ADVERTISING. I square 1 Insertion SI M Each additional Insertion f Aibnlnlstrators Notice 1 0" Final Settlement Notices 3 00 Stray Notices (single stray) .1 00 Kiu-h additional stray In same not leu. , 1 00 Liberal deduction, will bo mudu to rcirular idvcrtUcr. Advertisement will tko the regular run of tlic pupiT. Extra charges made for pre ferred plac.es. No corlliicate of publication wilt bo made .intll nich publication ban been paid for. Tint non-observance of tliU rule lias been the occasion of mudi trouble and actual loss. Our terms are: Cash In advance. u niilt solntloiis; cash on delivery, for Job work and cuh on demand, for advertisements. COURT DIREOTORY. OincuiT CotJUT. Kirht Monday alter the fourth Monday In March and September. County Court. .Second Monday In Fob ruitry, Mav. August, and November. IMionATK Co...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 October 1874

THE TROT HERALD. WEDNESDA Y, OCTOBER 21, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'B 91, 1874 scmn RECORD. llli Career mu n Mallraaa Director Veaillatea. NamctalHV Wane tnaa a Slave Sale. From the niias City Time, Oct., Srd.l To tho Public: Mv nttcnllon linn been colled to (lie followinir extract from nit article nub lUhcd in the Sednlla Ilrtzvo, one of the homo organs of Major Gentry : "Major Gentry Is a director on tlm Lexington 5 at. ixnns raiironu. After Ainoi (i toon, the owner and one of the Icudlug editors of the Kan sas City Times, and his Democratic eo-coiisplrator had stolon all I lio bonds and assets belonging to the i:ilroad, after It hud gone into batik vitntcv, Mujor Gentry, Col. Houston mid Joseph C. Higglns, of Pettis motility, and William Morrison and others of Lafnyottn county, did lie coino directors of the road, and one of their objects was to ferret out the thieving rascality that hud been done upon it, and bring the guilty parties to t rial and punishment." Now the for...

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. — 21 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1874 CONFEDERATE HONEY. BY UEO. C. KCiatiKSTON Tho financial system adopted by (ho Confeileratojfovcrutnont was sin gularly sltnplo and frco from techni calities. It consisted chiefly in the Ins ho of treasury notes enough to meet all tho expenses of the govern incut, and in tho present advanced stato of the art of printing, there was but ouu tlillkult incident to this pro cess, viz: the Impossibility nl having the notes signed in thotrcaury do piirtincnt on hint nsthey were needed. There hanneued, however, to bo sev eral thousand young ladies in Itich iiioud willing to accept light and re numeral ivo ctuploynieut ut tlicir homes,, utid as it was really u matter uf small inoineut whoso iiatuo tho notes bore, they were given out in sheets to these young lud'es who signed and returned t Item for n con sidcrutlou. 1 shall not utlcmpt to gueHS how many Coulcdcrate treasury notes were issued. Indued, 1 am creditably Infoimcdby n icon I Ionian who w...

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. — 21 October 1874

THE TROY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBFJl 21, 1874. TROY JEKALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'll 21, 1874. JOS, A. M1IIID, j Ka""' Democratic State Ticket, CIIAS. II. HAitni ft, J. VOI.M.tK m.K..1trHATIf Til ON. IIOM.IDAY j of, xw, ;n:itci:it J. A. IIOCKAIIAV U l'llb. Kcliool. n. u. HUANON .1 MdB of ftupreine Court. . It. ..IF10N W. llot'UlI I or ovf rnor, l.t.-Movrrnnr, Xer'y of Plate, Mule Auditor, 'iri'nmtrcr, Ul'l' Uciiernl, Ucj'r of l.nnd, COUNTY TICKET. I! 'iroiciitattvc. .intlcu (.'oimty Court, I'Vtiate .Imlj;i', I'rnsiTiitltn; Attorney, rk Circuit Court, ( ,.-rk County Court, i i.lci'lor, .-ir.rlir. i i.u-itriT. Y. II. I'KIKST II. N. II ASK K M I.'. N. MONTH. jostAii cm:i:cu TilO. . IICTT Y. A. WOOD.-oN l (I. SHKI.TON tiio.s. i. e.vinnt .joiin vmsox .iohn McDonald The Montgomery Standard says that llic "WlgglctiiU'' convention in that county squeezed thirty-five votes nut of n delegation of thirty. Why, i licy tire beginning lo use Count Hod man's arithmetic already. We have good nullioritv fo...

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