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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 November 1874

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNEBDAT. NOVEMBER 25,1874. More Cheap Goods AT JOSEPH HART'S. 3.50 For Ready-made Coats that sell elewhero for $5. A lnrf;c amount of Wittier Clothing and Overcoat nronortiostafcly low. $1.60 For a $H Hat ; $i!J0 for a $ii Hat ; Caps for 80c.; Best Cap for $1.25 A pair for Overshirts andUn- uersmrra, up to $z a pair. yeans and Cassimers 2.1c a yard and up. UJuoIm and Shoe til LowcM Price. General Slock of Dry Goods and Groceries. JUST RECEIVED at tub "Dry-Goods Headquarters" or PARKER, CREWS & CO. THE FOURTH STOCK OF WINTER GOODS. Public Sale of Land -.I'M sell at public sale an Excellent Farm of Ho Acres, 4 miles east of Louis ville, Lincoln county, with a good dwelling and oulhouses, v acres cleared and under fence ; abundance of living water, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1875, ' if not previously sold at pri vate sale. A good bargain may be had by applying to mc oejore that time. Onc-tliifil cah ; halaucu in li months de ferred payment to i-ur id m-rcciit. Inter...

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. — 25 November 1874

THE TfcOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. J. H. U't.I'M.Ut ake & MeLellan, Real Estate Agents, OfUeii In Court limine, Troy, Lincoln-County, Mo., iKOff;irrY ron nai.k. No. 'J. OhI litntl 40 ncre nrnler HIiI with a veinnf now .walva feet llilck, ItMiiilfiyfoat of Uin ground; eight miles ol rroin Troy. lrlo Mo. 4. Halliio county Unit ; nn lin proved farm or -MO aeru. 2 acre under low i', 120 aurua Utntlor. llowod l Iioiu.h m tlvorcoina one and half nloriea high; a tenant hoiuo e.lj-htniin by eighteen fed : n livtii aiidn uialem well at Urn limine, -.even Mtrl'iK'nu llie fans and MreiiMof livltur stater atone, olid of it. An orchard of one liuudrud ami aavenUen fruit tree now in heaim?, aoveti nultufroin lirow'ti.vMlc. mm .ni-ilroad. V.'lll lm aold cheap mi long tiiui', or ex.li:iuacil lor proporty lu IUU county or Inst. LuiiU. .... , , No, n. Home and 4 lots in Troy; liou v! of four room anil two pontiles 11 well, m.ike houn, aUhle, fruit Mid aliailu tree one aquam from town...

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. — 25 November 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 18T4?. ran mHUt. "ThU'a wImmm tlm lit lor col Iritt;, Mid Uih imifeisor to Mr. l'nr llnuton, noiufiifjr to t5hti.lhoiiBt?. Wlitlthov V" -ulit titcnhl liuly with nulmiMlon. "Tlii-n, tl'lhoy tit far nil lipn bi'liini thov went, they illiln't li;j;M iilicrwiiitl." "Yo.-i," sulil ho nulliti.'. nutl Itivorliitr ttio conceit, "bill tne.lhrlii was wiih Hit! lu'nil, not with tin' liiiii.N." "Ittitlml.ilhUhc'y ? tihl tin.' oli Imly. A Kef remiulr nnd VMnmplen of . American Art Tunl. T IUJSTi:HS 8ALB.-W It K It K A s How ntueli lor fiinily '' ltl u little Ikiv. '.Six Micks lor live cunts," calil t lie Irftler. Iiii wll'i1. by their eertnln d"od nl'tru-t dated tlii' 17tli day of February, tnrt!, and recorded In bonk .V'i,t.'i i!J, In tin' reeorders nUlee of t.tniiiln enmity. Mn.. tllil I'Dincy to t ho timlcr-l'tiied tlic real estate hereinafter ! kciIIi'mI. In trii't l!i seeiire tlu- payment r it I'i'ri.'jiii iirniiil urv mill' therein il 'ki'i IIipiI M...

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. — 25 November 1874

THE T&6T ttEBAXD, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV'B 26, 187. IMPORTANT. To the TftXpiyerS Of Lincoln Tho law makes it obligatory for Iho collector of tho rovenuo of Lincoln toiiuiy on and alter tho first of lie- ccuilicr next to levy upon and seize i liu property of all persons who full to pay their taxes before that time. All taxes for the year 1874 akk now ltVK AND I'AYAIltiK, aild UOtlcu lias been given, officially, by the collector ihut the tnxesmtut bo paid. If thoso who know themselves to be Indebted tor taxes desire to avoid tho costs and tienaltlus of a low and seizure of their property, audifthny overlook nnd neglect to comply with tho plain requirement of the law, I hey should remember it is the fault of tho tax- payer and not of the collector. It is a well known fact that tho .present collector rotlros from ofllco uu the first of February next, that nil tuvnu iiinut tin nnlri In llncniuhiir in order to avoid tho t'lVti I'Ktt cunt, interest ot tho stale,...

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. — 2 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. " TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 2,1874. N04S TROY HERALD, PUBM8HRO BY FISHER Sc MUDD, AT 91.no n Ycnr In Adrnncn. ATII OP ADVCRTISINC."" , 1 square 1 Insertion, 1M Kw-h additional Insertion i A.kidiiltrittnra' Notion 3 00 Fluid Settlement Notice a 00 Stray Notice (single stray) 3 00 ICotiti nddltkuiul stray In sanm notice.. 1 00 Ubrrul deduction will be uiadu to regular advertisers. Advertisements will take the rcirular run or tile paper. Extra charge made for pre timil place. So cortlnc ate of publication will be tnado in til Mich publication has been paid lor. Tim min.oliacrvnncA nf thin rule hat been Mm Deration of much trouble and actual loss. (Mir term are : Cash In ndvance. on ul- otptlom; cash on delivery, for Job work una casit on demand, ror auvcruscmems, Crncm r CntiiiT. First Monday after the fourth Monday In March und. September. Countv CoUUT. Second Monduv lu Feb' ruiiry,MaVi August, and November. l'ltonATK Court. Second Monday in .lafiiia...

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

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY;, DECEMBER 2, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DKC'lt 8. 1874. Pulaski. A 11 It wis nt tho bntllo of Brandy wine Otut Count Pulaski appeared in Ills glory. As ho rode, charging Into tho iitlitkesl of tliu battle, ho was a w ar dor to look upon mill never forgot Mounted on n largo black horse, wltoic strength ami beauty and shape made you forgive tin; plainness oi the .ipnrlsoM. Pulaski himself, wllh it ; rtu Ax feat In height, massive chest nil limbs of iron, was atllreil in a whlto uniform, tint was seen from alar, relieved by tlio bhiek clouds of Initio. Ills laeo, (trim with tho scars n! roland, was tho face of u man who i-ad semi niucli trouble, endured much v-totig. It wiw stnntped with nn expression of abiding melancholy. tioti7.ed in hue, lighted by largo, hlnrk eye, with a Hp darkened by a 1 ilck inuu.stacho; his throat and chin vcrc covered with a henvv board, while his hair full lit in vim masses i.oin beneath his trooper's cap. n'.itcldcd witli a r...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 December 1874

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1874. THE "MOLLtE MAGUIRES" FlUtfKSYI.V.tfriA Till! K.IT itunniu iiTbAWiiv. OF 'I'lir "Hobbir Male" niitl Home l lut Vouiurcr Mreilicrai, a Com purntlva PuraoUc. of H'orn-fiinmli'iiir Now York Stm. 'Visanton, Pn., Nov. SO. Tho fur ther olio Irnvuls In the region of Point lv:iiili where lint Molly Mn -rul rcfi hnlil high n ntval, tho more nppnront does It become that that organization, the protestations of my friend In Car linm'lulo to lliu cnutiury notwitstund InC, Mdeiillcnl with Ihc A. O.O. II., ir hi lcnt witli 1 lie bunds of tie per mines liilesllug I lilt p'trt of thu cult ii try who claim lo constitute 11 brunch il" I ho "Ancient Order." Soriinton nml in surroundings limy, I think, ho looked upon :ti I hi; stronghold of I he gang. Ahoiil fifteen years ngo they tumlo their tlrst nppoarnnco III this lornlity, unit very soon u imijority of tho population of nutirly nil the small towns In tho vicinity were enrolled Hiuoug their numbers. The...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1874. .TJfOY J3EKALD. ',! WEDNESDAY, DKC, 2, t874. tiiko. ii. rmiiun, ) JOS. A, intlDD, J Kdltora. tiii; orriviAti votis. 'bii thc'elghth lingo weglvo tho offi cial vote for governor by counties, sYiowIng it majority of 87,462 for Hardin. Hardin rocclved 149,666, be ing 7,148 lest than were cast for Woodson in 1872. Gentry received 112,101, being 9,107 less limn Render ton received twoycars ago. The- voto for llcutcna.nt-govcrnor stand, 149,090 for CoUuaw aud 111,414 for lleadlce ; Coltunii's majority, 37, CM. In qtiito a nuinbcr of counties Colman ran abend of Hardin, but In tho general result ho fell behind 476. olcs. Tlio largest voto cast for any can didate on tho Democratic ticket was l."i0,74l for Thomas Holladny, auditor. Joseph W. Mercer reoeivod 100,034 tor treasurer. The constitutional convention vote mauds: For convention, 110,851; against, 109,743, with thrco counties Camden, Slonoand Worth to-henr i'roin. Theso counties failed to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1874. More Cheap Goods AT JOSEPH HART'S. $3.50 For Ready-made Coats that sell elewhere for $5. A targe amount of Winter Cloihinir and Overcoat proportionately low. $l.BO For a .? Hat ; 2.0 for a '$5 Hat ; Caps for Hoc. ; Best Cap for $1. $1.25 A pair for Overshirts and Un dershirts, up to $2 a pair. Jeans and Cassimcrs 2dc a yard and up. loots mid Shoe at Lowest Prices. General Stock of Dry, Goods and Groceries. JUST RECEIVED AT THE "Dry-Goods Headquarters9 ' OF parker, crews & co. the fourth; stock OP WINTER GOODS. Public Sale of Land 7ii ill sell at public sale an Excellent Farm of 27.7 Acres, 4 miles east o f Louis ville, Lincoln county, with a good dwelling and outhouses, SO acres cleared and under fence ; abundance of living xvater, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1875, ij not prevrously sold at pri vate sale. A good bargain may be had by applying to me before that time. One-third eash ; 1ml unco in 12 moiitli". de ferred ):i)lllt'llt tci hea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 December 1874

THE T BOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER. 2, 1874. 'j. M. 11'LW.t.Atl Cake & MeLellan, Real Estate Agents, OMits to Court lioiiAo, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., tROI:RTV roR MALM. No. tieCoal land : 40 new tinder Ulll with a vtn of enii twelve fait thirl;, wnhln fifty ftet of tint ground ; Hjflit mile wmi iron Troy. I'rlee ft ,0i. No. 4. Hnlliio county land ; nn Im proved f.trm t 440 acre, SiO acre under foure. tin nere timber. Heweit log house i' ilvi. n ohm one nnd a hlf stories lilfrii ; .i tenant house elghtaeli by eighteen lectin living unit n cUiltii woll ut the house, wven nvl'iif on the fiirni jtnd n stream of living vtrr til one ami r ft. An orchard til' out himdrml mill Mivetiteen fruit trees, nuw in iiiMNni. nevoii mih from Ui-owikv on it roitlroad. Will lie xnKI elmnp nit long time. or exriutigcn fur proixtny in nut counry or in Ml. Loitht. No, ft. House nitil 1 lots In Troy: house of four nxinw anil IwVi porches, n well, moke house. Mahle, fruit and simile trees mi wtinro...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 December 1874

THE TROY HEB1LD, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER'S, 1874. mark Twain Interviewed. Mirk Twiil hut been Intui viowml. It look homo picpuntlnn to got Mr.. Twulii's inlrid in a condition tn bo In let 'Viewed lie didn't lake In It unlit rally, iIioiijjIi lio won extremely will iiit. At Inst, however, the interview kot Mark' waiidorln;: attention fixod uiiil ut it they went in pood earnctt. t. How old m o veil ? A. NInotBi'ii in .lime. y. Indeed! ,1 would hare tnken you to lie tlilii v-tlve or six. Whore wero you born ? A. In MWaouri. O. Wi en did yon begin to writo ? a. In 1836. tj. Why, how enuld that be, If you mvunly iiliM'teeii now? A. I don't know. It doca teem curious somehow. (j. It doet, indeed. Who do you lons-lder tin) mot leinai liable tii.iu j o'l (.ver met V A. Anion 11 u it. (.. Hut you never could havo met Anion lluir II you're only nineteen ears A. Xow. if you kimw more ubout the than 1 do. what do ton ..; me lur? Q. Well It was onlv u siijrso-tinn ; nntlilnc more. How did jou happen...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 December 1874

Tffi tffcOY HERALD, TrTEDNESDAY. DECtflf BEtt 2, 1874. TROY HERALD. Wednesday, oecr a, 1874. IMPORTANT. PUBLIC ANB Hldta" SCHOOL., Tito tocoud term of this combina tion school will opon, with a full corpi oftoacticrs, on Monday September 14, In tlio public icliool building (for ! incrly Christian Institute) u con- . tin us eight moulds. . , I The public school department will To the TlXptyert Of LlnOOln be under tho lnanagomont of W. T. ThuriNond, A. B., principal ; Mrs Bclliia Crump and Mr. M, 8. Rogor iisslsitiiitt. Tho high school department, em bracing algebra, gooiiictry, plilloio uliv. rhetoric, criticism. Latin, Greek, &c.j will bo umtor tlio management of C. M. II. Thuriuond, A. li., principal. . Tho law makes it obligator)' for he'rollcctor 01 hoVovontiu of Lincoln tsounty on and alter tho first of De cember next to levy upon and seize .1 ho properly of unpersons who fail 'lo uny their (fixes bul'oro that tlino. All laxos for tho year 1874 ahk now jiatrs of tuiiion in m...

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. — 9 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD, VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 0,1874 NO. 40 EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE l'msou Ukokob's Co., Md., ). December 4, Ml. J Dear Herald: Since I arrived In' Oil stnto business inattcri have 10 en grosscd my attention thut 1 hnvo nut lnul time to write, anil scarcely tlmo to look at places of autUctciit Interest to write about. Tlil must bo my apology lor having nothing better to offer tliU time. We reached Washington on the morning of tho 21th tilt., having branched off at Cincinnati, instead ol comingdlrcct by way of Pnrkarsburg, in order to make a visit to the pretty llttlo city of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, where mo spent two pleasant davs, leaving there In tho afternoon of the 23d Tho splendid scenery of tho Allc ghauy and liluo Kldgo motintaliis, which I have often cuoycd, were passed In the night. 'Washington City has Immensely improved in appcaranco sinco 1 last saw it. Vast sums of money have been expended upon tho streets, parks nud public grounds. l'livciucnt...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 184. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC'R 2, 1874. A Silver Cup, BY KATX W. HAMILTON. It wu a dark Nor ember day, wllh a alow, cold rain falling Handily from the gray sky, chilling tlie unclothed, Hhlvcrlngtreoi and boating pltcouily upon tho dead leaves where llioy lay lis cold damn fingers kept inonoto notisly tapping agaluit the windows f a room which but for thataound would hnro seemed bright and choor ful. A flro of cooli glowed In tho open grate, dclicuto curtains ImlMild the windows, and flowers roses and "prnnlums grow there untoirltlodby tho storm. Carpets, cushions, and lounges were soft and lino In texture, rich and warm coloring; but i'rlssy'e eyes, wandering wearily from hor hook, wore a decidedly discontented expression as sho glanced about hor, and Uowcno, In a Tar-away corner by the piano, played snatches of a sad, low music in a fitful, abstracted way. "Do, Wono, stop that doleful mod icy of walls, howls and funeral marches!" broke i...

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. — 9 December 1874

THE TROY HEKAtt, BKCEBE1V,9 1874, . -. , , , , 9 , ,1 - 1 1 i- i I, i . . enough to utart him In buiiuois lit small way. And 'tho man that bought It can count liU millions now, for Iho old plsoe It the center of a great city.' ,"'OhI what a pity you couldn't liavo kept it! began Howena. Uut tho old lady answered, 'Nay, nay, child, thero it nothing to rogrot, 4udto-morow i Thanksgiving.' And remembering how few to morrows lay bctwoou tltoso poneeful tycs and tho light of their bettor In licritance In the "city which hath no foundation," Rowoun kissed tho withered chock and was tilotit. Hearth and Home. Each day the light grows brighter each night tho lamps uro lit curlier; uud Iho shadows of darkuoss spread over tho dial, asserting a monopoly of Its twenty-four sentinel. Without Iho wind blows ticrccr now rising with mingled walls until it culminates in whistling shrieks, ns if tho spirits of tho lost wore riding upon tho gals In conflict now dying Mway in a sullen ronrand broken sob...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 December 1874

THE TKOY' HEkXJDDNEflDikY, DEtMBBB 0v 1874. TROY JEEtt&LD. WEDNESDAY, DEO 9, 1874. THI, . riJllK, J cduara. JON. A., MUDS J, The legislature of thl Hole Will convene on (ho fltli of January next. Grant tins com plowed till (tnnual message. It.covcrs flboutoighty pages ot looiscap. 1 m - Cincinnati want tho bones of Chief Jtistico Cliaic. Tho city has applied to the family for Ins remains to be In terred in that city. ' Mr. wTllTtoroy, editor, of ,tho Chicago Timet, and Mrs. Eureka C. i'oarou wcro married on, tho 3d Inst. Wc supposo Mr. Storey may now ex ultlugly exclaim, "Eureka I" Grant has appointed Walker Team District Judgu of Louisiana to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation nfDiiroll. Ho isarelativo ofGrnnt by marriage. Tho President has more relatives than auy man we ever heard of. Durcll, "tho infamous Louisiana judge," whoso partisan decisions do posed the McKncry government nnd placed, in power the Kellogg usurpa tion, has.Uisrobod himself of tho er mliio to ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 December 1874

M TROY HEBiiLD, tWBKNESDAY, DECEMBER 187$. More Cheap" Goods AT JOSEPH HARTS. $3.50 For Ready-made Coats that sell elewhere for $5. A targe ainonnt of Winter Cloihiiiff Overcoat proportionately low. 1.50 For a $3 Hat ; $2.50 for n o Hat ; Caps for 30c; Best Cap or 01. $1.25 A pair for Overshirts and Un dershirts, up to $2 a pair. Jeans and Cassimers 25c a yard and up. Boota and Shoe at Lowest Price. General Stock of Dry Goods and Groceries. Public Sale of Land will sell at public sale an Excellent Farm of 115 Acres, 4 miles east of Louis ville, Lincoln county, with a ifood divcllinsr and outhouses, SO acres cleared and under fence ; abundanccof living 'Mater, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1875, if not previously sold at pri vate sale. A good bargain may be had by applying to me before that time. Mir-tliiril imcIi ; liaUiuu In 12 month. ! IVrri'il payment to bfiir 10 jut cent, interest In. in ilatu of t) in luHi.', ana to bo mcuivU by liiiprt'au'c! mi land. john'fV huckstep, i'ayai:svu.i.k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 December 1874

T IlE TliOYliERA(n WEDNESQAY, DECEMBER 0, 1874 f-.C.CAKK. J.W.M'MlAASj Cake & McLellan, Rtal Estate Agents, Ofloc In Court iioiwc, . Lincoln County, Mo., norcHTV von sale. - n ill MflMAM .1 ,1 1 1 At- (nld wllh ii vclu f coal twolve fint thick, witldii arty root or tho ground; ettflit tulles wct from Troy. Price l,00. . No. 4. Saline county land ; an im proved fiittft or 400 acres. WO acres under iencn, ISO acres timber. Hewed los house of Uvh rcttms ano and a hair stories nigh ; a tenant liouso eighteen by eighteen rcct : n living and a elnturM well at the House, seven sprl-igs on tlio farm and n stream or living water at one end or It. An orchard or ouo hundred and seventeen fruit trees now in hearing , "even mile from Hrownsvllle. on a rnnlrtmd. Will ho mild cheap on long time, or exchanged for property iu thti county or tn St. tmu. , . . . . m No) A. Homo nml 4 Iota In Troy ; nmi'i) or rour rooms and two porehcii, well, (.moke house, stable, fruit and shade trees oic Miuaro ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 December 1874

THE TBOY HERALD,. WEDNESDAY. tfECEMBEft 9, 1874. Wht U.RIch ! The rata with god firm health li rich. So li a man with n clcarcontctonee. So li tka parent of vigorous clill ltcn. , bo It Hie editor of a good paper with n big RUiHcrlptinn Hit. So ii tht wife who lias tho whole of the heart ol u good husband. So In tlio maiden whoso horizon is not bounded by tho coming iiimii, but who hits n purposo in life, whether she meets him or not. So is tho young man who, laying his hand on his heart, can say : "1 lmvo treated every wouinu lever met hh 1 ahotild with tny sister treated by other men," So it tho child who goes to sleep with n kUs on its Hps, nud for whose waking n bleating wutU. Mr. J. S. Morris, a llopttbllenn, who wns formerly attorney general of Mississippi. Is writing letter in the Vlcktlmrg llcrahl, exposing tho rat cull ty uftomo ot tho more conspicti out members of his party who hold olllcu under Gov. Ames. Ha tnys lie would prefer to publish hlsurtlcloslii JlepNbllciin new...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 9 December 1874

h TROY herald: WEDNESDAY, DEC'ft 0, 1874. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 smisrc 1 Insertion. f 1 W) r.uch additional Itlf cMlnli 75 Administrators Notjeon 3 00 'Vlnal Settlement fcollees 3 00 Mray Notice (slnjrln stray) 3 00 SCnuh additional stray In rnituo notice, . 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to rcsulur tdvt-rtlser. Advertisements will take the menhir run of the paper. Uxtra'chargca made for pre ferred places. No ccrtitlcato of publication will be inadc .urn sucu publication nus urrn pain tor. The non-observance oT this rulo has boon tlio occasion of mueh trouble and aetuul loin. Our terms aro i Cuh In advance, mi sub. sclpllous; cash on delivery, for Job work una cash, un ileiumul, for advertisements. ?OURT DIRECTORY. VltiClMT CoUUT. First Jlondav artcr the fourth Monday In March nntl September. i.oiwrv uuuKT. seroncj .11 outlay tn ret). rtiary.Muy. Ausust. and November. 1'HonxTK Ooumt. Second Monday January, April, July and October. In I. O. O. P. Troy Lodge No. M I. O. O. F. m...

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