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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 August 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1873. Attention Parmer. We rnll your attention to tho fact t hut we have for sale, n "Star of tho Went" Threshing Machine worth $000. which we ttre nuthoiir.uil to noil nt tiuu. One halt' in sis mouths, b:lancp In twelve month, note with approved security Imnritijr tn per rent. Interest from date. A libera: discount for cash. Cake & UotmiB, June 'J5 Troy Mo. w. S. Cooper will sell nummcr goods, such as barege, linen, lawn, &(., at cost. Call soon and supply yourself. Persons owing ino arc ear nestly requested to call mid settle their accounts. Those falling to do will And Ihein in the hands of an offi cer for collection. n81 W. S. Cooi'KB. Ki:ai Tins. For a ulcnsant drink of soda, go to the Fountain at the corner store of (I. W. Mohr. He has Also just received a lot of Ladles and Misses' straw hats, which ho will sell at low figures. Uonts nnd boys' felt lints at from 76 to $1.00: boots and hoes, cutlery, fancy groceries and urovUlons. &...

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. — 6 August 1873

General Miscellany. PRAISE. Clover blossom, tell me troe, Why wm your perfume given to 70a f "Hurt all might know," the flower confessed, "ltow liod blesses the lowliest." Bobln-redbreaet, Id me hoar ... Wherefore your Voloe It to iweet and clew ? "A thankful heart." then whittled he, "lathe secret of oil melody." Amlltnff corn-Held, apeak me fair, llow did you come by your yellow hair ? "When the aim gave me klaa after kiss. What return would I make but thl 1 ' ' Start Illuming the depth of nliht. ... Where did you borrow your kindly light I From the fountain whenee all beauty flows drop waa given to ua that glow.'' Brooklet, running away In the son, Where dfdyougaVheryourbubblee, eaehoncf "Ood'stnows and rains have lentnntome That which I buten to give to the aea." Where did yon find the colors seven That paint your picture, rainbow, In heaven ? "When first God aald, "Let light bcftn,' These were the colon that entered in." LOTE AND L06GIKH, Louisa's father bad gono off with the o...

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. — 6 August 1873

Aatipatay to Cat Tho Rev. S. Irenoeus Prime, the well known editor of the Now York Obterver, furnishes that paper with tho following remarkable Instancy of antipathy to tho fellnoracu. Ho fays: . . Within twi'iity-rfve miles of Cambridge, N, Y., tho homo ot my youth, tho Itcv. Dr. redded. Hla namo I withhold re luctantly, and merely becauso what I am going to say of him will bo regarded by aomo oa a foible, though 1 do not so con sider It. It was lnilrmlty of constitution for which ho was not responslblo. He was by birth an Englishman; came to tills country with a young family, and wa llnally settled as a pastor In the St"to nf Niw York. Howas tho father of sev enteen children, two of whom were cler gyman, one a President of a College, ono a distinguished lawyer, and all who grew up occupied places of honor and useful ness. Dr. Spraguo savs of h'.ni, that ho was "onu of thulendliiB! men of hU day." Ho wax a man of largo frame, stout Eng lish build, strong constitution, full habit, a...

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. — 6 August 1873

SIBOBIatftBOBB, Wheleesle an Retail Deelers In GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTUBEfl 11PE AND FITMIVftS Ann PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fit tins: in all their Branches. Estimates and Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixtures to light :Ut'RIIES, mvELfjiNes. HOTELS and STORES Gas Machines put up to light public buildings, and warran ted to give satisfaction. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. notov'ylp St. A., K. C. 4 JT. SHORT LIIVE, The Only Dlraot Lin to ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St, Joseph. Lexington. Macon, Qulncy, Hannibal, and all Polntt Went, lnmt and South. 0 1 miles Shortest Kouto to Kansas City 10 miles Shortest Houto to St. Jo seph TIIK OXLY ROUTR RVNKINO Through Cars to St. Louis. liilmitnH Pnlueo Ont'M Ou .11 Night Train. CONNCOTioNt. ' At ltctnipwlth Chicago, Rock Island and I'aaltie Railroad (Southwestern Division) for l.iMvenwortb aud Atclilaon; at Mottirox with Hurllngton ami Southwestern Railroad; At Macon with Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad for...

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. — 13 August 1873

t V( )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1873. SO. 82. THE TROY HERALD. TROY HERALD, YUHMMIEU BY FISHER & MUDD, AT CM.no n Ycnr lu Advance. RATH OF ADVMTItiRO. i nrr I Insertion f 1 M Karh additional Insertion 76 AdsMnlstruters' Notices., 3 00 , Ktnt Ketstosaoitt Notices 3 00 Stray Notices (single stray) 8 00 Kri addltlsnal stray In same notice . . 1 00 Mheral deductions WIN be made to regular sdvertlscr. Kk certificate of publication will be made ;tll such publication has been paid for. 1'he non-observance of this rule uas been the occasion of much troubl and actual loss. COURT DIRKOTORY. Circuit Court. First Monday after the 'Mirth Monday In March and September. VtlUXfTY coukt. acconu jiouaay iu rou rusrr.Muv. Aurutt. and November. Probatk Court. Second Monday January, April, 'July and October. In LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. George W. Mohr, Esq., lias been appointed postmaster, at this place, to All tlto vacancy caused by tlio death of Benedict Crump. 'County and probate courts...

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. — 13 August 1873

THE TROYHERALD. 7ZBHEB MODS, rnblUhtn. TROY, .... XIS90UBL Queer Marriages." A veteran reporter of Cincinnati recalls, In tho Timet of that city, tho following local curiosities of wedlock : March 20, 1847, wo And in tho marriage notices the following: ' "In Hvcamore Townshln. Whltfonl Foster, aged 71, to Mrs. Sally, widow of uamcs story, agcu n. jnoro, man nicy years ngo, Mr. and Mrs. Story were mar rled, and soon after Mr. 8! left home and went away to parts unknown. After an ab sence of several years, and no tidings hav ing been received of him, It was rwtona bly supposed that ho was dead, mid Mr. Foster was married to Mrs. Story, with whom slid lived many years until hit! death alter which she remained n lone widow. A few weeks since Mr.'S. returned to thts city, and thinking It about time to settlo down In life, he was again mat rled to his former companion." There Is a merchant doing business In the central part of the city who now sub mits to tho Caudle lectures of his tilth ...

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. — 13 August 1873

THE TROYHERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.60 IK ADVANCE. GENERAL PABAGRAPHsi Incidents and Accidents. A Georgia veteran of 1812 was lately tripped up by one of his pigs, and died tn conseque nce of the fall. A Baltimore duck swallow! alighted Are-cracker, mid shortly after felt decided ly patriotic in Its stomach. A four-foot snake was recently killed tn a saloon at Ktlbourn, Wisconsin. lie was hunting for an eligible boot. Mr. Tcuber, of LaQrange, Texas, has committed suicide nt the grave of his wife, one year from the time of her death. An Ohio man who was rldlnir to pay his taxes was struck by lightning the other dny and killed. Is there not a moral In this? Girls ought to he more reasonable. Minnie Day tun, of Ln Crosso, fell and broke her neck the other dny while try ing to escape being kissed. Miss Fannie Endsley, of Burlington, Iowa,. knocked a burglar down with a goblet, In her father's house, and held 1m until aoMshiuou came and he was ar rested. A woman at Wheeling wanted ...

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. — 13 August 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUQUST 18, 1873 THEO. JOS. A. FISHER, Mlton. J ME miMOVM REPUBLICAN AN THIS CStlPITRY PRESS Tlio Mluourl Republican, whoso editorial management it usually eon ducted with dignity and cotnmonda 1ie coolness, occasionally exposes the weakness that is an lnata part, of human nature, and waxes waspish when it dogmas aro not ucceptod as infallible It is a warm adroeato o tlio now political movement recently inaugurated In Ohio tho Wliat'aits ratno party and because tho country press falls to see tho doubtful wisdom of its courso, instead of giving Intel ligont reasons for its abandomnont of the Derooaratlc party, rantsaud raves a-id fumes awl accuses thoso papers that have tho independence to oppose it as official-bought journals Jour nils that it has formerly quoted from ai good authority and reliablo whon their views run in tho samo chaunol with Us own. Here are a few sped u:ons of its irritable ravings : A nsrt of the Missouri country nrei la controlled by youn...

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. — 13 August 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1873. The Iwrmer'a rrtcnd. Double force feed Grain Drill I i head of nil the greatest Improvement of the ago. tho only drill that can be changod while seeding, without taking off cog wheel ; flgtag or single rank ; can In changed to iow from one quantity to another without stopping the team. Call and tee them beforo pur chtslng. Every drill warranted to give en lire srtltfactlon, or money refunded wo-JMn J. 1. Lynott, Agent for Lincoln co. Atteatlett Farmer. We cult your Attention to the fact that we have for mile a "Star of the Went" Thresh ing Machine worth 1800. which we nre nu thorlicd to iclt at 1400. One hair In tlx month, balance tn twclvo months uotei with approved icuurity bearing ten per oiMit. Interest from date, A liberal discount for cash Cakk X Hocikkb, Tune 25 Troy Mo. Read This. Tor a pleasant drink of iioda, go to the Fountain at the corner store of O. W. Mobr. He ha also just rocelvcd a lot of Ladles and MI.kc' straw liaU, which h...

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. — 13 August 1873

( ' J 1 1 general Miscellany. WHENt r ATBin utan, Some day In Spitnil . , . When earth bwiht and glad, i . When wild bird sing, And fewest hearta an aad, Bhall I die then? Ah me I no matter when I 1 I know It will t sweet To Itave the horn of men To rat beneath the tod To kneel and ktw Thy feet,". In thy home oh I my Owl! , i . Some Summer Morn 1 When all the wlndf sing tonga, ' When rosea hide each thorn, And smiles the spirit's wrongs, Shall 1 die then? Ah , me I no matter when I I know I will rejoice To leave the hornet of men To reit beneath Vie sod ' To kneel and kltsThjr feet In Thy home-ob 1 my tiodt Some Autumn Ere, .When shallows aim the sky When all things irleve. And fairest Thlnrs all die, Shall I dwthenf Ah me I no matter when I I know It will be glad To leave the borne of men To sleep beneath the sod No heart can e'er lie sad In Thy home oh I my God Some Wintry dey, V7hen all the tfy Is gloom, When beauteous May Sleeps In December's tomb, Shalt I die then? My heart tba...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 August 1873

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD' -Cooling Milk Suddenly.Noarty all dairymen now unite In the opinion, that milk Is Injured for any purpose by being cooled too suddenly, aj by the use "of Ice or by the employment, of patent appli ances. They alo agree that warm milk should not be mixed w ith Hint which Is cold, as is frequently done by pouring milk Into a can that already contains milk cooled by the use of ice. ' i Iced Apples, -rare, core and slice ten auplcs of a large, tart kind. Bake them tlh nearly done. Put them away to get entirely cold ; then prepare some Icing as for apple meringue, ana first pouring .oft" all the Juice, lay the loiijg thickly on the tops niul sides us much as you can. Re turn them to the oven to Just harden and beset. Serve with cream. This Is very beautiful either for dessert or an evening. Cheap Paint for Floors. If the kitchen floor w eJs painting, a cheap paint can be made from five pounds of French ochre, and a quarter ol a pound of glue dissolved In one gallon of ...

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. — 13 August 1873

I SXKOSIaABOBB, Whalatala an ftatatl DmIim in GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES MN AND FITfllVQS Attn PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, Gasftnd Steam Fit ting in all their Branches. Estimates and Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixturet to light CHfTBCHE. rwelLinn, . HOTELS and (STORES. Gas Machines put up to light pnbiio buildings, and warran ted to give satisfaction. Store; 203 N. Fifth Street, LOUIS MO. nottv St. L.i AT. C. f SHORT LINE, The Only Dlraet tin ta ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St. Joseph. Lexington, Macon, Qulncy, Hannibal, and all Points Woit, EUuat and South. 04 mile Shortest Routo to Kamas City 40 miles Shot-tost ltouto to St. Joseph TUB ONLY ROUTE RUNXfXO Through Car lo St. Louis. Pulmun'a Polaoo Curst On all Night Trains. CONNECTION!. At llelnapwlth Chicago, Rock Island mil Pncluc Railroad (Southwestern Division) for Leavenworth and Atchison; at Moulton with Burlington and Southwestern Railroad; at Macon with ,,llanmbul and 8t. Joseph Railroad for tjulncy. Chllllcotbe. C...

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. — 20 August 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1873. SO. 3,'. TROY HERALD, ri'BMiiitKD nv jftsher, &, m:udx, AT l.no n Year In Atlvantsc. ATI lOFADVIIITItlHO. I Miusrc 1 lusortlon, f 1 M Each additional Insertion Administrator Notice jj 00 Plnal KctUnmeut Not lot 3 00 Rtrav Notices (single rtny) . 8 00 Each additional stray la xiunn notice.. 1 00 liberal deduction! will be made to regular tihrertiwriu SirftlUcitperWlfatlon will lie made UI TOeh pabKottlon ha been paid for. Tho mm-obnervsncc or this rule lis been the occasion of raucli troubl and actual Ions. . "TOT. eauHT DIMOTOflY. OincrtT Couirr. Klwt Monday after the formh Monday In March and September. '4)I.NTV Couirr. Second Monday III rob- ruary. May. Auasst, ana wovomncrt J'kowat ObimT. Second Monday Jaaaary, April, Inly and Octobcr. LOCAL AND COUNTY NBWt. In Our lady friends are requested to and examine our stock or visiting cards. Thorc was but Ultlo business before the County Court last week except public ...

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. — 20 August 1873

THE TROT HERALD. mm TROY, - k KPIP, 1 . FaMlsfcsrs. MISSOURI. Reecit Meteoric iBTestlf atlons. On the tenth of July the earth piued through the flnt of the two great rivers of meteors which Internet Its orbit ; and on November 13 or 14 It will encounter another shower of snooting stars, of equal magnitude. The band recently traversed, known In ancient times as the Tears of St. Lawrence, Is about 10,948,000,000 miles In Its greatest diameter, and 4,043,360 miles wide at the point of tho earth's crossing;. ' Probably the most recent Investigations Into the nature of the erratic masses which constitute these vast belts are those made by Father Ferrari and others In the fall of last year, recently published In Let Mondu. They are based principally upon the observation' of a remarkably brilliant aerolite, which Ml near Onrlnla, in Italy, during the latter part of August, 18ft. The course of the body was from the southward and eastward, It appearing at Irst, quite small and emitting a red...

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. — 20 August 1873

THE TROYHERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TEltMS: $1.60' IN ADVANCE. OENERAL PARAGRAPHS. IaellenW and Accldats. Dr. Amos Westcott, tho Inventor of the Cardiff Giant, committed suicide re oent'y, at Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. Wallace, of Minnesota, dressed up as an Indian and skulked around a neighbor's house, and the neighbor drop ped him with a rifle ball. Ah Jon Flulu 1'ung and LakZud Out Cam, two Chinamen, fought a duel In Lincoln county, Ark,, recently, In which the latter was killed, and the former ar rested and lodged In Jail at Pine Bluff. A servant girl named Anna Roth, In the employ of P. W. Hathtesson, of La salle, III., was so seriously burned by the explosion ol a coal oil lamp, the other evening, that she died in a few hours. Joseph Hastings was found dead In a barn near. Petersburg, Tenn., recently, having cut his throat. Several weeks ago his wife found him on his knees praying, with a rope attached. In readiness to swing by the neck. Mr. Hastings was the father of triplets, who were ...

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. — 20 August 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1878. Son, At BIl)B, J THE WHATIMTS!VA1IIE ARB THE Tho Missouri Republican think It lias found a now convert to the What's-its-nnmo party In the St. Louis Time, because that paper favors the Democracy of Iowa stand iniraiido for tho Grangors movement Hat there is n vast dlflertmco betwecu the Grangers and tho disappointed politicians' movement in Ohio. It Isn't the natno of Domeoracy that the people are so loth to abandou, but they tlo and will object to follow the lea- tlcrshlp of n few politicians who as somhlo in convention to declare a now party, changing little else but the name. Tho Ohio movomcnt which the Jlcpubhcan socms to assume is co-op- (rating with the Grangers, Is a very llflerent affair, tho farmers having nothing to do with It, nor will the 41 rangers act with It. Thev have already a powerful organization, and It is folly to supposo they will abau lon it to follow a few old political hncks, who, disappointed in getting ofllco, attem...

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. — 20 August 1873

TROY HERALD. WBDNKSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1878. The IHrmrr'i l'rlead. Double force fceit drain Drill Is i bead of nil the greatest Improvement of the ago, the mly drill that can lie changed while seeding, without taking off cog wheels : eIrmr or alnglc rank ; can be changed to now from nun quantity to another without (topping the team, Call and tea them before pur. lining. livery drill warranted to give eti lire srtlsfactlon, or money refunded no-J8m J. 1. Ly.nott, Agent for Lincoln co. Attentlea l'armera. We call your aftentlon to tho fact that wn have for naif "Star of the Went" Thresh- In;; .Machine worth SOW. Which we ara ait- thorlxcd to null at 9400. One bair in ix months, balance In twclvo Months, notes villi approved security bearing ten per vent. Interest from date. A liberal discount for cash Uakk As UoUKtts, June 24 Troy Mo. Bead Tfala. For a pleasant drink of soda, go to the I'tiiinUln at the corner store of (1. W. Molir. lie ha also Just received a lot of Ladles unci Ml. kc' s...

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. — 20 August 1873

General Miscellany. HARVEST. AO day we set the sheares in shining rows, Andcappluglhtm, hung fringes of dull gold Alton their heary browti nrt at thi close , Watched the wood-ahadowe their dark wings unfold. Homing them, Md Midi So may rest la covert of softplumtfle, hapoy when From toe blue East, lit by her silvery creat, Dun m south wind in the blossomy glen, Puce eoniM again. Hat wtiil nf IhAM stain lilies, whnu tvMt UM Wti the faint perfume dinging to our haade At went wnpud down the sun-swept leld, Twkttnstbem hcedltM In the whtatea bandit Tbetr wealth wa aafe In unseen garaen stored To aabtle essence changed, thejr gained their Bald we: If immortality to awett reward DerrlM of sacrifice, then are we blest Loaing life's beat. .Tor to did reapers slay onr hope' high blooms Baekleaa of ara anil nleariln. till thrv lav laagaliblng smothered, 'mancthedusty glume. When the iwlR binder blithely patted that And glancing on them, pitied and to caught IhnvU that will llnrrr with themeve...

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. — 20 August 1873

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. A little Janeavllie alrl lived till the mi nine years old, and wen kindled a fire wun Kerosene. A writer In a German paper says that a mat deal of fine flavor of fresh butter Is destroyed by the usual mode of wash- ins;, ana ne cecommenas a inorouirn kneading for the removal of buttermilk, and a subsequent pressing la a linen cloth. Butter thus prepared Is pre-eminent for Its sweetness of taste anil flavor, aualltles which are retained for a long me. Preserved Rhubarb. Cut tin rhu barb into pieces an inch and a hall long, but do not peel It; allow equal weltht of sugar; put the sugar on the rhubarb three days bi fore you are going to boll It ; then make a syrup from the Juice tf the rhubarb and the remainder of the uar; boll for half an hour; add the rhularb, the Juice and peel of a lemon, and nme siloed singer; ooll the whole three-qur-ters of an hour, stirring as little as poui ble. A new com plague has been dlsctv ered In Woodford county, Illinois. Tie El Paso...

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. — 20 August 1873

SIBGEXmABOBB, Whalaaala and Ratall Daalara In GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES, I1PE AND FITJMNOS .tXI PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, Qas and Steam Fit ting in all their Branches. Estimates and -Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixtures to light tUVItCHEM, DWELLING, HOTELS and STOKES. Gas Machines put up to light public buildings, and warran ted to give satisfaction. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, ST. LOUIS. MO. no4a?ylp St. Xr., K. C. JV. SHORT LIIVE, The Only Direct Lin ta ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St. Joseph) Lexington. Macon, Qulncy, Hannibal, and ill Polntt Wont, X&nait and Moutlt. 9 miles Shortest Itouto to Kansas City 40 inllos Shortest Jtouto to St. Jo treph TUB OXLY ItOITK lltNNINO Through Cur I Hi. Loui. IiilninitM Pnluc-o CtifM On all Night Train. OONnIcTIONS. At Hclimp with Chicago, Hock Inlnml and I'ni'ltir. ltnllroail (Southwestern DlvUlon) for i.i-uvcnwnrlh ud AtchWnn; nt Movi.tkn w Ith llmllu,'tnii unil Southwestern Hailroad; :it Macon wlthkllunuihul and .St. Jomph It...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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