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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 October 1874

THE TKOY IIKBAXD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1874. .rc CANDIDATES DEPARTMENT. I'or Jndgp of Praliate Cottrt( C'iiii Iui I', t'urlcr authorizes u iintioimro him iM mi Is'tini'iiNHHsr cninlhlnti: for tludjtu of tin- l'rutinlu Court of Lincoln en. For Clerk or Ilio Circuit Court. Wm. Colbert Is it candidate for rc-i'tccthm In tin- office nf Circuit Clerk. illijci.'l to tin1 decMiin of tin; people tit I ho November election. I'or Clerk of County Court. W. W. MuKiiv l an Independent candid ate fur tlm iiflii'U ol Clerk of tlic Comity . mil t nf Lincoln enmity. liilill I. Webb Is an Independent ealell-din- for Clerk of tliu County Court of Mil uitti county, 'l'i tiik Vomits ok Lincoln County : At tin! solicitation of many friends, t an- 1IHIIIIC0 IUVM'll' llll Illdcpl'tlUCIlt CilMllllatO tin-tliu olllce or Coiiuiv Clerk. 1 hate nl n :ih biM'ii u l)'liliornt. Iillt I mil oppoed tit uil.xliu; county offices Willi politic-. I am In luMir uf I'l ii'i'iit'liiiii'iit anil rt'lViiiii in the manageme...

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. — 21 October 1874

THE TBOy HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1874. i r-C.CAKK. J. M. H'LMLtkS Cake & MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, rtfflxn In nrnirt HoUSO. Troy, Lincoln Comity, Ho., pHOPGRTV for bai.k. frHOPKRTY No. 2. Coal mini: 4U acreB unuor laid with n vein of coal twelve feet thick, within tilly feet of the ground ; eight mile went irom Troy, l'rlce 1.00t. No. 4. Siillno county land ; an Im proved farm of 400 acred. 220 acres under Wo, 120 acres timber. Hewed loir lume f Ave rooms one and n half stories high ; a tenant house eljhtccn by clKhtcen luet i a tlvinit "d cistern well nt the House, "even fprltirn on the farm and n stream of llvlnir water nt one end of It. An orchard of one hundred and seventeen fruit trees now in bcariiu:. seven index from Hrownsvllle. on a roalroiid. Will lm fold cheap on long time, or exchanged lor property In this county or In St. Louis. .... , , No, ft. House and 4 lols In Troy; home of four rooms and two porches, a well, smoke hoiKo. stable, fruit and shade tree...

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. — 21 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1874. fiaeful Information, WW Common lyo or wood mhos wilt ofti-n hard putty tn tfovv inlnutOR. The fumes ot a brimstone match will remove berry stains from a book or pnicr oiitfravlntr. Dry prtliit h removed by dipping a swab with n liaiidlc In a strong solu lion ot oxalic acid. It solicits at onre. It you want n new shoe to tit ns cnslly n mi old ono, put on two pair nf Mocking beforo your measure is t iikcn. If lliorc Is rust nu your flat Iron, or oilier roughness, put some tluu Milt on a board, rub it rapidly whilo warm, until It move smoothly. If a iluor docs not shut without n "slum," 1 1 ti t a drop of sweet oil on he catch, or on the liiugoif It creaks. .Soup will do, but nut so well. A sluirlo dron of tho scsnnl chlo ride of iron, put on a corn between (lit! Iocs on co a day with a camel's huir brubh, will ellect a marvelous cure. If you wish to make a null drive well and last long without rusting, dip It In melted gronso 11 lit. This...

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. — 21 October 1874

TTIK THOV TTKKALO, WKDXKSD.A Y. OGTOBKtt 21, 1874, TROY HERALD. M'KDNKSDAY, OCT'lt 81, 1874. The bridge over tho north ond of !Mnln afreet, which wo ipoko of last week no needing nttcntlon, lion been vepnired, and well done nt that. Tho piccoof pavement, or rather tho place where tho pavement oiitfht to be, re lorrcd to, two weeks njjo, U still in tho tamo conillilon, on Italy monument of shall wo say what? Now pooiln just recelvoil. Call and K'C them, ami see tho bargains. Woolfolk Si (Joiwox. Tho jury rases in the probate court Inst week woro : Xnnrv and Thomas Hell r. Tho. It. Hold", executor of tho estate ot V. WIIon : suit on nrcnuut for $.1,000, for Inkliifr rnro of child from 18.W to Ififil. Judjrtncut lor $800; appeal taken by defendant. Win. .1. T. Wilson vs. same : on ne count far 3.18 for labor dono in 1663 'i; ';,". Judgmaut Tor $133. SIippIs r Sheets ; on account. Judgment lor $79.:t0. Appealed. The best thing in Lincoln county Is, that our goods ara the chenpest. Woolf...

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. — 28 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 28, 1874. NO. 4JJ TROY HERALD, ri'iiMsiiKn n v F1SI1EB & MUDD, AT till. ."SO u Yenr In Advnnoc. RATES OP ADVKRTIIINQ. I nunre t Insertion 1 0 Each additional Insertion T." AdailiiHratnrk' Notice 1 00 Final Settlement Notice .1 00 Mi-nv Notice (slmrle Ntrnri !l 00 Each additional utrny in x'nniit notico, . 1 (X) l.tlx ral doductlomi will be made to regular dvertlscrs. Aih ortlscmcnts will lake tlir ntru1ur run ur the paper. Extra charge mailt' ror pr fli.rreri iituee. No eorllllente nf publication will bn made .'.ntil such publication hut been tiulil for. Tho nnii-nhscrvaiiee of this rule fian been tlir occasion nf much trouble and at-tuul loss. Our term arc : ;iih in advance, on hid iH'iminnt; enli mi dclheiy, for job work ami cash mi demand, ror niivcrtiM'im'iitit. COURT DIRECTORY. CIKCI'IT CollltT. First Monday alter the r.Tnrlb Mom av iu March nnd Scntomber. Col'Nl'Y Cnt'irr. Second Monday in Feb- rtinrv. Muv. August...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDXliSDAV, OCT'K 28, 1871. a lutti:ii ino.ii ri:xA. Dllt'.Vl'l'U, Wish Co., Tkxjh, September 'J7, 1671. J.'ttitor Jlevtthl : Having .Just re li i'ticil from preaching (Hnptlst As MR'lutloii) in this now country, 1 thought 1 woitlil dot down a few Items fcr the Hci'uM, ns Ihey may give your renders somo Idea of this country. I s the first place 1 must say tlmt'thc mil saying that u "Texan, in full i':css, wore only a shirt collar unit u 1 ilr of spin's," would not apply to t '.so congregation to-day, us I did not see n single tpur ami but few shirt collar ; in fact the most ilueiil speaker I have heard for sonic time spoko to d.iv, minus a collar; yet 1 do not J. now when 1 have seen a mora gen l.'cl and neatly-dressed eougregatiou, .vid their behavior at church was so j.mch bettor than what wo see lu some rf tho older slates thut it would'be well tor some of them to taho a les son in civilization from theso wild Wio is n no...

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. — 28 October 1874

THE TROT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 18T4. Holiday tor miaatoAf e. from the cankering euro of tho work. ... . duo nas me pnnor, iiiu uihiu-i itum, NowU.att!.enrc.ro1)C8lnn n to th(J UMMmt t0 shut lior Into It, day ourn on norury onu im ,ur af0l d . yMr aft(J1 yoor Womcn, Uio evenings, aim mo curium to ue w,,out ft ilMK,0 nclM0, grof j ttiui iiia innii nnviini i ... . . . - lui uuu liiu uiiiiiiii i i ui iiiiu .. , ' world, grow morbid and iii-iempcrcd, ,)nllorimm 0f toys' below us". 1 had lovcrofNaturo gives up the "ro " gii,v from llvlnir In-door, mid re- tho nnai-old barometer In inv hand. shady lanos, or tho row mi tho moon- Rort ,Q royor to con(uor tholr cross- and so marked our progress upward. lit river, anu comes in-uoois iur mo winter, it is worth whllo to consider what It to bo done tn-doors. Tho Tfce EsHh as MM tram a Ballaaii at the Height ! Blx.csa 1'eet. Now camo tho most stirring Inci dent of our trln. From tho holuht il,n of four thoiitniid feet wo steadily as I... ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OOT'B 28, 1874. Democratic State Ticket. I'r Governer, M.-Uoveraor, Sre'y ml Mate, Mitte Attdlter, 'Irrnourcr, All'' Ucncral, Hrg'r el I.Hd( CIIAS. II. HARDIN N. J. VU1.3IAN M. K. Met! HATH THUS. IIOLMD.1V j oh. w. mt:iu'i:it J. A. IIIICKADAV una. OIKOKI. n't PHb. Mrhosl. n. D. MHANnoN Jndfra of luyrins t'ntirt. . It. NAP'l-UN W. Motion COUNTY TICKKT. licpiocnt.it le. W. II. IMUKS .liwtlrc County Court, II. X. IIAMKKTT l'1'..batc'.Iuili.'C, K. X. IIONFII.S I'n.sceiithi:; Attorney, JOrilAII CUKKCH It rk Circuit Court, THUS ti. HUTT i U-ik County Court, W. A. WOODSON .Hector, 1. (i. SIIKLTON .-!i-llir. THUS. JL CAItTKU iwor, JOHN WILSON Tnu-urer, .TOIIX MeOONALI) m:novRATN von: rtraiuut. The Democratic parly of this county lias put forward an excellent ticket in every particular, nml no Democrat can lio truo lo Ills principles who eralchcs a slnglo nnnic. If any ehargo of corruption or unfairness toiild be brought a...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1874. ilcfy Mr. Porter to products slnglo Instance. 41 li. I nm charged with holding envcral ofllces. 1 deny holding nny olllco except ctork of probalo court. 1 Imvo resinned tlio KiBit ion of onnlilor in Iho hnuk, and don't own n tfrdlur's worth ot slock in mime, mid I never hail hut $300 in thobnnk ; but if 1 did, it whs noboily'H business except the iiiqii who luiltl mo to keep the books. 1 nduiit that I have always hcen industrious. I huvo been com pelled to bo so. Let Mr. l'oi ter try the experiment of taking enru of a wllo and ii lot of children, nud he will huvo something more to do thiiu riding hi grny horse nil over Lincoln county limiting for otllec, as he hits been doing lor the lust iunrtcr of a century And this brinies mo to no tice that my two friends belong to that numerous class who love otllec better than party, and who have no mm; lor party unless thoy can get of lice. Mr. Porter lias made the following races : 18.V. lor repr...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 October 1874

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1874. 1 J, M. M'l.KI.LAX Cake & MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, Olllro In Court House, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., PR8PBRTVVOR SAtH. No. J. Conl Ituul : 40 ucrcs tiniior laid with a Vein nt coal twelve, reel thick, within linv Tort of the ground ; eight miles wt rromTroy. PrlcuSl.ttoo. No. 4. Mnllno county liiml ; nn Im proved farm of 400 acre. iiO acre under icine, 120 acres timber. Hewed it limie if live room one ntul it hair stories bleb ; tenant hullse eighteen I IV clu'lltei-ll leet : it llvimr ntnln cistern wi'll tit the iiotic, seven spri-nts on the fnriii unit n stream of llvlnir water atone end of It. An orchard or one hundred mid seventeen fruit tree now in bcni-nur, cvwi miles from llrowiivlltc. onn rnalroatl. Will Im Mild cheap mi lonjr time, or cxclianpcd Tor properly in this county or No, A.' Ilouso ntitl 4 lot" In Troy; house of four rooms hihI two porche. it well, smoke house, stable, fruit uiitl shade trees one square from to...

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. — 28 October 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1874. A litlckr MUtUe. Atnotiir tlic utrnutrn pasaouqrorn who lrlltiil ovfir to New York from Havre, iillttlu wlillo niro, was n young French Uirl, ntiiiieil l.oulso Duiuoiit. llur ilcmlnutlou whs Nownrk, Delaware, wlicrc slio Intel n dlstniil loin ah rela. live living, In liulltfuiit circumstan ces, nutt, us nIiu believed, I ho only fiirvlvin;,' klit slio litul In tlio worhl. Ily tsonio ttiistakc, owliiX to hat' ina bility to tiuik-rsttiiid tlio Kngllsh Inn tjituyro. ulio look u train on tlio Dvla ware, Larkuwunnu nml W (.'.stern full mutt ami t;ot oil' nt Nuwurk, Now .Icm-v. W lien nIio was liiloriuoil ol liur urror, slio lionjrhl n ticket to re turn again to Now Vork on tlio next train; hut on account ot a vorv re iiiiirkulilo OL'ctirrcnce, elto was lit (hi cod to chnno lior ttiiiul. As the kIi ! sut in the station, down rust iii spirit t, idoue in it strange land and utmost penniless, visions of hot' home In "l.a Itello Franco" crossed Ite...

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. — 28 October 1874

THE TltOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1874. TROY HERALD. WKDXK8PAY. OCT'K 28. 1874. PUBLIC AND IIIUH t'HOOL. Tho second term of this comblim lion achool will onoH, with n lull corps of toucher, on Monday September 14, in tho public school hiillilitiK (for merly Christian Institute) ami von tlnuo eight inojillis. Tho nubile school deparlmont will lie iiuilct tho mniintfciiiont of V. T. Thiirumuil, A. 11., principal J Mrs. Hclinu Crump and Mrs. M. S. Hotter iisslstuiiti. The hliih school department, cm bracing ulttcura. geometry, plillono pliv, rhetoric, criticism, Latin, (jrcok, Ac. will bo under tho mamujcmcutol X). M. 1). Thurmond, A. II., principal. ItATKSOK Tl'I'llUN IN ItlUH SCHOOL UUI'AUTMKST. First study, per month $l.fiO Second " " 1.00 Third " " 60 Full privilege in High School 3.60 jinynule monthly, or one half In ud vaiteo and one half at tho end of the term. No deduction will bo made except In cases of protracted sickness. It will be observed that the above nrraiigemcu...

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. — 4 November 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., NOYEMBER 4, 1874. NO. 44. TROY HERALD, 1'iint.isiiBii nv AT Ml.no it "Vmr In AdvniMW. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I siioarc 1 Insertion ?1 Ml ,.....!. I..- I.... - r.tl 11 tiMllllM'lini lilri uuu . ....... I" Ail'iilliUl r:ttor Notices .1 Oi) Final Si'ttlenieiit Notice it 0 Mr,iy Notices (wliislu stray) :i on i.iicu nuuiiionai uay in name nonce., i no Liberal dcduclluiu u 111 lie made to rcslllnr idWI'tlsll's. Vdvcrtl.einclits will lulu- tin- regular rilll of the paper. Kxtra charm's made fur pre ferred places. No certlticnle of publication will be mailt! .mil Mich publication lr.11 been paid Inr. Tin non-observance or tills ruin lias been tin' occasion iif i!iiit'!i troiilili; ami actual los. Our terms are i Ca-h in advance, mi sub Minimis: can mi delivery, tor juli work ati'l cash on ilriiiaml. for advertisements. COURT DIRECTORY. Clllct.'lT t'oi'itr. Klrt .Monday niter the. fwtrth Monday In .March nml t'i1 i-mlifi. CiiL'Nl Y Coi'iir. ...

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. — 4 November 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV'K 4, 1874. A. Prescription that didn't Fail A BTOItY KOlt lltANir.l!S. "I wish you would toll Jnuios wlien l.e comes In to turn t lie co,vs into the iuivcr lot. And if Tiirpln call tell liltn I liavo concluded to tnko those sliecp 1 wnnt tho mcrlnocs. And whllo I Kin gutting ready, plouso tuko in v memorandum. book and nolo down tour hnrness. simps, ilvo pounds or lulls, mid gimlet, hnlf jockey strap, and and yes, I bcllcvo that Is till. I forgot them when I made out llm items Hits morning." Mrs. Streeter rose wearily, laid her deeping bubo carefully In Its crib, nnd proceeded to record tho nrllrlcs named. She was young not over twcnty-llvo but the wnip'.cxioii wa.i sadly faded, and Hint Hues were already marking the whlto forehead, while the tired eyes told of care and hinted strongly at a Jissulisllod heart. And till thln-chcckcd, pink-eyed woman had been called n beauty only ..sven years before! And when sh...

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. — 4 November 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1874. Why Uncle was a Bachelor. "You linvo orionwondcrod, George, why It Is 1 have never married won dered, and most probably rejoiced, lor nt my death, you know, (he old phico will come to you, hk It oamo to inc. free of debt or Incumbrance. 1 Mippnso yon have allrlbtited my con llrined bachelorhood to Route disap pointment In love In early llle, eh? Ah, Well, I'll tell you (he whole story. Jt may serve as a warning to you, I wa going to say, only 1 do not be lieve In one man's cxpurlcuca being ot any uso to nnother. And as to warnings bah ! they never nerve. Hut I am in u retrospective mood to night, no If you care to hear the story oti shall." My UneloJ George and 1 woro stay ing up nt llnrlulg, a small fishing ilai'u of liU in the Highlands, to which wo resorted regularly twico a year for about a fortnight In pursuit of salmon. I bad loitt my father when I was lour yearn old, and since that time his brother, my Uncle (ieorge, had been my f...

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. — 4 November 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1874. TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, 1874. TIICU. JON. A B. FIRHEH, I mVDU, I Editors, THE GREAT TIDAL WAVE Demooraoy Victorious Over the Country. II Tho Kcpublicaus think they will tarry Nevada by about five hundred majority. Illinois expect to elect fourteen Opposition congressmen that is, up I used to Grant's admiuistrutioii. Telegraphic reports say that be tween live uml six thousand fratulu ' -lit registrations of negroes have hi'on itiiido in Now Orients. i 1 1 1 o negrom of Louisiana arc ask tig an equal distribution of tlio ollioud ti that state. It' they lire to vote to l.uep carpet-baggers In office, they Nunt to share tho spoils. Partial rot n tut from tho Louisiana 'ate election Indicato that the race will he very close there. It is I o be 'iiipcd, however, that I ho eoiisrrva 1 ves will win the day. Everything w as- progressing quietly. I'hu Xew Orleans Tclrrinijih, a Ita- niblican paper says : "We arc satU m1 t!i:U there lias 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. — 4 November 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1874. Ncwaraper Prefrtf. A correspondent of the DoalonBun ily Times makes some vury pertinent points respecting llio value of nuwa impel property, a subject abuiit which lew, except newspaper proprietors ol long expei'lctieo, seem to have vury COI'ICCt ItlliHH. Thu writer very correctly my Hint it newspaper "is worth ten liinc thu miiii ot lid uvorugo fitiniiigs ; although Inn illy anybody would puy so much, ilH owner would not bo likely to ue ccpt kui'.Ii n (tun II' oH'cruil. The New York Jleruld estimated In this way In fusllv worth ;.tW0.O0O; tho Tribune mid Time nearly tM,0u.liUU. No one would pity that lu ico, ami no out! could M!piin: i lit- pit pur by paving ii." Now, lliouyh u lew capitalists would puy !ji:),U00,(XO tor it pupur llinl U now regularly paying more tliuu twelve per cent, on Unit investment, iiihI which, oven u it liuiil lleiiuelt'ti iitiiuo tit its head, will pay it mire ten per cent., I hey ill gladly put a like itiiioti...

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. — 4 November 1874

THE TBOY HEIULT), WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBElt 4, 1874. C.CAKK. J. M. M'LKM.AN Cake & MoLellan, Real Estate Agents, Offleii ill Court lloii.c, Troy, Lincorn County, Mo., i'ltorciiTV ion hMjV. No. 'J. l'niil liiml : M nviv inulcr Ij ii.l with a i'in f rnal twelve feet thick. iilitu illlv r,-it in' tin- crouud; right mile vcunim'Troy. Price vl.un;). No. I. tSulluo county land ; an tin mmu'i' fit mi ill 4ixi acres, ii-'d acres iimliT iciice. I'.'n acres t!niln'i Hewed Imt Imiiiv hi' five renins olio iiml a half stories libtlit it tenant hnllse eighteen li.V clu'lltccll lectin luitiL' mill :t cistern well at tin- hntic. seven Mirl'U on tin1 farm and a sircain of 1 1 I uir water lit one oliil nf II. All nivlianl of one hundred nml seventeen fruit tree imw in bearim:. foven mile from llrownsvlltc, on a loalrmul. Will In' sold cheap on Ion- time, or exclunccd lor property in this county or in Si. LotiU. N'n. a. Iloiisu nml 4 lots In lrny; Ionise of four room mid twoporches, a welt, i si.toke h...

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. — 4 November 1874

THE TROY HEBAID, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 187. Read! Read! On account of a total nbur-nso of rnllruml fiieillllo, tlio umlui-nitrnc-d llnds it exceedingly liiccinvonk'iit to meet his regular nppoliittiicnts In Lincoln comity. Ho therefore" bus appointed Ids esteemed friend, JOHN S. THORNHILL, As Aeentforthe Celebrated Liquor House NAIMNU AMVETHU ri.ODDR. I From the Cincinnati noisette October 24. Tho iinuouiiccinciit Hint Prof. W. II. Donaldson would make nn nri'ii. t-kn In tho Imlioon, 1; T. llnt'iitim, jesHirduy nflernoon, front ttic Hip podrome, with .a lot of Cliicliinuli yonnir Indies nut! litllu frlrls, drew u iiugiUcr of peoplu to willies I he rnro seene. The love of adventure In In no wise limited to thu sterner sex.os Mr. Thulium litis discovered by his ex-IM-l lctlci; III connection Willi lliis idy llic party. As t lie liour for ilppm'turo np pronched, the son wiis obscured by clouds, mill when tin; crowds of pro plu ciiiuu iioiirinj; out of thu Hippo droinu into the canvas-...

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. — 4 November 1874

I THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1874. TROY KtERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV'R 4, 18J4. The Situation la New York. New York iiolllleliini nro in a nd Mnicof uiicci'tnlnl)' and perplexity, (inventor Dlx's elmiiceH of election, jiiimedlutclv nllL'i' his noniiuiitioii, ttti'u stipiuuil lo bo ii bout 100 to 1. XyV till) NlNtlllcilCSt Hcpllhlicall of i hem nil admits llittl Now York isn mishit-' dotihtlitl nttttc In oll'-yenis. Tin: trouble It not wild Governor Dix's udiuiuislinlinn, which lins eon- -lesscdly becji iiliovu i-t-pi-oiifli, but with I'lcsidont Grunt's. Tlio statu hearts of (ink lii thu nil id dlstricls have never throbbed liiiutilluouly lur t lift party slncu the Credit Mohiler people iitid Iloss Shepherd mid Snti liiii n wore di ii(.'i:i:il into the light iin.l their roltunness exposed. The I'liiiittri! in thu situation Ih wonderlul. In 17J CiHiit pulled Dix through; in Dix will m 1 1 llii-ougli omul's .n.r 0"1IIIPII. Or Hllllll lt I Ill-Ill IH L'l'l 1 1trcitiifli. Then Di...

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