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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., DECEMBER 16,1874 NO. 50 TROY HERALD, PUBLISHED DY FISHER Sc MUDD, AT a Ytmr In AiIvhhoo. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Insertion f 1 Ml I'uch iidditloiml Insertion 75 Ail:iilnliriitor' Notice 3 00 Final Settlement Notice 3 00 Mruy Notice (single stray) 3 00 Knrh additional stray In same nntlcc. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be mado to recular tdvcrtUcr. Advertisement will uko llio regular run nr the paper. Kxtra charge made lor pre ferred places. No certificate nf publication will lie. made until elicit publication Ims been paid for. The non-observance of thin l ulo lis been tlin occasion of uiticb trouble and actual loss. Our terms arc : Cash in advance, mi sub Mlptloiu; vanli on delivery, for Job work and rash on demand, for advertisement. ooTntbVoiiYl Circuit Court. Plrst Mondav alter tlie SMntli Monday In March and He member. County Court. Second Monday In Feb- M. ...... ......... .... .1 V' . . iwiipihii Aufiunt, uuu iovci...

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. — 16 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1G, 1874. TROY HERALD. VV BDKESDAY. DKC'It 10, 1874. President's Message. WabiiincJton, Dec. 7. To the Saint 3 and Jloutc of Jtcpre nentaticct : Since tlio convening of congress ono year ago, tho nation lias undergouo a prostration in business niul industries such a hut not been witnessed with us lor many ycari. Speculation an to (ho CAVSf'S OF TJII3 l'BOSTItATtOX might bo indulged In without profit, because as ninny theories would Im advanced as there would bo inde pendent writer, mid thoso who ex pressed their own views without hearing upon tho subject ; nnd with out indulging in theories as to the cause of this prostration, I will only call your nltuiitloii to the fact, anil one question us to which it would M'oin there should bo no disagree incut. During this prostration two essential elements or prosperity have been largely unemployed. Where scctirltv has been iiudoubted. capital has been attainable at Very moderate. lidiuiu lib ti'li Miiiii...

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. — 16 December 1874

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1G, 1874. copes notice, and ouch certificate arc not infrequently used in tr.nmnct Ioiih ot business to the injury of innocent parties. Mow, without, placing any mldillnunl obstacle in tho way ot the nhtalnmcnl of citizenship, by tho worthy nnd well-intentioned (or clgucr who comes in good faith, I earnestly recommend luriher legisla tion to punish friiittl ulciit naturaliza tion, nnd to secure tliu ready cancel Intion ot every naturalization made In irnnd. Slnco my last annmit messago thu exchange hits been mado of tho ratill entlon ot treaties of extradition with Delgluin, Kqundor, Peru and Snlvn dor: nlso, of a treaty of commerce and navigation with l'cru, and one of commerce anil coiiHiilur privileges wlih Salvador, nil of which nave been duly proclaimed ; an lias nlo n declu tiou with ltustlu iu rclert'iiuo to trade marks. a OVKUNMHNT RKV UN U K8. Tlio report of the secretary of the trousiiry, which by law Is made di rectly to congress uiid ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1874. TROY HEKALD. JVKDXESDAY, DEC Mi 1671. Tti:o. it. riMiisii, J on, a, mono, 1 Cdltera. dtCrlON QRDCUUD. The proposition for holding a con sHltutionnl convention having carried, .tov. Woodson has ordered un elec tion to bo held on (ho SOth of Janu ary, for delegates to the conven tion. Each senatorial district Is en titled to two delegates. Thin district (lUo eleventh) is composed of the comities of Lincoln, Pike and Mont gomery. No tlmo is to bo lost in or ganizing for tho short campaign, nnd the parties should nt once bring out their candidates. Several have been spoken of iu this county as probable candidates, but two or threo of them Uavo declared most cmplmlicnlly Hint i hey do not aspire to the honor. Mr. , A. V. MeKoe would .make uu excel lent delegate if he would consent to j nil, but we do not know whether he would, make tho rnco or not, having had no conversation with lilin upon the subject. Some of our contempo raries have menti...

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

THE TROY HERALD, WEDKESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 187. More Cheap Goods AT JOSEPH HARTS. $3.60 For Ready-made Coats that sell efewhere for $5. A targe amount of Winter Cloihing and Overcoat proportionately low. $1.60 For a $H Hat ; '$2.50 for a $i Hal ; Caps for 30c; Best Cap for 1. $1,25 A pair for Overshirts andUn uershirts, up to S2 a pair. yeans and Cassimers 25c a yard and up. Boots 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 cast of Louis ville, Lincoln county, with a good dwelling and outhouses, SO 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 me before that time. TIOHMH. One-third fiedi; hal.iiiec In 12 month', de ferred payment to hear 10 iicrccut. Intcret trolii date ol' p I'rlianvinil to he fcccurcil liv Mortgage u" I""1'- JOHN F. HUCKSTEP, I'AYaKSVIU...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 December 1874

THE TROYHERALD, WEDNESCTAY, DECEMBER 16, 1874. J. M. M'LELLAM ake & McLellan, Real Estate Agents, OIBco in Court Mouse, Troy, Ltncoln County, Mo., Jnotu'v run ralu. E3. tf, lyum lllllil IV nmcn minus- 'laid Willi n vein id" runt twotvo feet' thick, 'within filly feet or the ground; eight ml It 8 u'nl Ir.Mil Trnv. l'rlcolgl.titK). Xo. 4. 8llno comity Innd ; nn im proved fann of 400 acros. 220 acres under leueti, li acre limner, iisntu IUK riiriim r live room one ami a nnir stories nign tenant houso eighteen bv eighteen tcct III tug nml a cist or n well ut tho house, seven prl'igs on tlio farm uml n stream of living watrr at oho end or It. An orchard or one hundred Mid seventeen fruit trees' now in hearing, seven miles from Brownsville, on u ronlroud. Will bo sold cheap on long tllllt', or exchanged lor property in ttila county or HUM. I.OUIS. . . No, 6. Homo nml 4 lots in Troy; Imti.i! of four rooms and two non-hrs. u well. smoke house. xtahl, fruit nnd ftculu tree one square fro...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 December 1874

tfttE TROY HEBALD, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1G, 1874. regarding tonnage and speed, ami all other qualities tonkin? to tin; possibility of the Kovcrnmcnt rcqulilng tlirm it some time fur war purpose. The right, also, nt tuklug poM'sxloii of tlitm In Mich emcrcgcney Hti.nild c secured. I offer lhoeMigrct(oii, Ix'lli vim; tlicm worthy of eonsldtiratlon In ulUcrloulicss, ullcclliig nil sc Holland all Interrnti nliko. If iiuythliiK belter can bo done to direct the country In n course or Ittnrral prosperity, no One will be more ready than 1 to adopt thin plan. THR IHHTI1ICT OF COIX'MMA. Forwarded herewith Is the plan and re port of tliii commissioner appointed under on net of centre approved June 110, 1874, to wind up th" affair of the district Kovcrn nunc. It will bo Keen from tho report that the total debt of the District or Columbia, less asscti on hand and available, It : llonded debt Issued prior to July, 1874, t8,S'l,M0.4:i bonds (inderuet or Congress Juno 20, 1873 $2,0X8,10(1.74 : ccrtl...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 December 1874

ttftlfc ttilOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1874. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC'fl 10, 1871. ft'atal SknollBff. On (ho 20l1i ull. a caso of shooting, 'accidental or otherwise, occurred ol which the following are 1 ho purlieu 4urs us wo learn Hietii from Squiro Willotiuhby of Clinton township: Mr. Mniv R. Luulleii. roililliiir in Clinton township, wont 011 a visit to Jacob Myers', a mile distant, taking with her an infant. A storm coining on, sho was unuulo to 10 turn home. while tltero u young inuii some eigii tcrti years of ago, known as Duck W y. ur, canto In witli a pistol which ho handled very airlessly. Mrs. Luallen requested lit its to bo more emulous in ihe iiso of the weapon, uu admonition which was unheeded, as a tnoumnt af ter the pistol was dlscluirgcd, the ball passing through Mr. Luulleii'ii hand and taking effect In the right breast and lodging in I ho shoulder alter jmsslng through tlio body. The In lant was in its mother's anus, but 1'urtuimtcly escaped injury. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 9. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MOM DECEMBER 23,1874. NO. 51 TROY HERALD, rUBMSUKD DY FISHER, & MUDD, AT lgU.BO iv Yoni lu Artvnneo. RATES Of ADVKRTI8INO. 1 sannrc 1 Insertion l 5? r.ncu auiiiiioiini inxeriiiiii '. Administrators' Notice n on wimi?iieiiicnipiirw.. 2 "hundred mul thlrty-oiulit. f or 0110 V.uJ, nili'lllhninl nii.v ill atiia nntVea.'.' 1 M Liberal deduction will be made to regular I Ailvdrilot'incnu wilt tnko Mir reKiilnr run of tlit! : paper. Kxtro charges made for pre NWrtMcatnnf publication wltl lo ina.lo ciiill niiili publication has been paid mr. uu inHiuiwrvuiicu ui uiin iuiu una uvmi the occasion of much trouble ami actual lot. Our terms are i Cash lu advance, oil sub ndptloMfi ; cash ou delivery, fr Job work huh easn on ucmanu, lornuverusuniew.. COURT DIREOTORY. Oinci'i r Couiit. First Monday utter the rMitli Monday in March and September. County Couiit. Second Monday In Feb- RK.fV.llnr. Allifll.t. n.wl Nnvntnl.Kl-'. 1'itonATK cbuirr. Second M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 December 1874

THE TROT HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBE 23, 1874.. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DECK 23, 1874. from the Aldmo for December. My Chirstmas Revenge. 1 do not think there U any need of my explaining how it happened, that J, who when born, had expectations of quite a fair fortune, tliould havo found myself, when womanhood tamo, obliged to oarti my dally brcod. liut so It was ; and in one of tho large ncwlng-machine emporiums (no mot tcr which one) of a leading American city, I held a position as a teacher for several yoars. My duties wcro very monotonous ; but I uicd to extract ft considerable amount of interest and amusement, while engaged in giving instruction, from learning the histories and they wcro varied of my scholars. If llio proverbial cup of tea unlocks the fcmalo tongue, I found Hint a lesson on tho sewing machine, an initiation into the mysteries of scttluga needle, wiudlng a bobbin, and regulating u tension, wcro even inoro conducive to communication. I do not wish to appear egotist...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 December 1874

THE TROY IlfcftALD, WEDNESDAY, DEt3i2MBEH 23, 18T4. 'CMKSlLIfl'' A(D "t'HEffllLOOft." Rn Nwlsskstsa Wesr Article for Peaaale Uaacrwcar. From the Woman's Journal, December A, Ho many tiavo written to me about tho "CIichiIIii," mid to much Interest ii exhibited on tho subject of drew reform, that I bog apace hi these col umn for a description f my inven lions. fm assured that several of them are patentable, and to provent any one from making privato prop erty erf what I prefer should .bo a publlcfccncflt, I shall try to instruct my rcaftcfrs in the art and mystery of making each and all of these improved gnrmerits. First there is tho "chomlln," a com bination of closed drawers and long sleeves' chemise. The front has a full bosom and oponlng enough to pass the hoad through. Thcro is a broad lieni in the center, and a (aciug around each hIcovo running down to the drawers, as a foundation lor bwtfons and button-holes. The back Is liko that of a short sack night-gown, with a V shaped fac...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 December 1874

THE TROY HEBAIJ), WEDNESDAY, blEMBER 23; IfeftEr TJROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DEC, 2, 1874. THKOt JUS. Ai . USHER, A Washington correspondent lays tlio Republicans are .attempt big to J u ro Carl Schurz back Into tho fold or loyalty again. Bat Carl lias no party. Tlio conservatives of Louisiana foel Hiiro that tlioy havo carried tlio state,, but they look with distrust upon tho returning board, which la atlll en gaged in counting votes. Andy Johnson is swinging round the circle trying to got to tho United States scuato from Tcnnossoc. It is iiiifortiinato that poor Mrs. Surratl's ghost will not down. On tho 28th Gov. Woodson Issued' twen.y-tlvo Hannibal and St. Joseph railroad rcnowal bonds in the sum of 61,000 each; and delivered tho satno to tho stato tacasurer for exchango tinder the act. Now let tho Hannibal and St, Jo. hurry up that Mississippi Valloy. President-making is Indulged in by the city papers just now'ns a sort of pastime, and many of tho most prominent Democrats Imvo bee...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 December 1874

THE TROY HERALD, WllMflSSDAY. DECEMBER 28,. 18T4. More Cheap Goods AT JOSEPH HART S. 3.60 For Ready-made Coats that sell eiewhere for $5. I A large nmoiint of Winter' jioimiig nnu uvercoaiw proportionately low. $l.BO For a 9 Hat ; $2.r0for a o Iat ; Caps for.Wc; Best Cap for $1. $1.25 A pair for Overshirts ajid Un dershirts, up to $2 a pair. yeans and Cassimers 2.1c a yard and up. ItootN and Shoes at Lowest Price. General Stock of Dry Goods and Groceries. JUST RECEIVED AT THE "Dry-Goods Headquarters" OP PARKER, CREWS & CO. THE FOURTH STOCK OF WINTER GOODS. MAS, & A, WOODSON MILLINER AND , DRESSMAKER, CHAIN OF ROCKS, HO., Take occasion to Inform hor friend and the liiillt'd coniTnlly rraitllnit 111 Hit? IHnllr Unit be Um now on luitul 11 variety of Fine Hats and Millinery Goods on .wlilrh the I Lcpntilfd to offer BXTJtA INDrc'KMKM'S In the limttir of 1'UICES anil Style of oimIc Mie U also I'rtpan d to ilo nil kinds of DRES8-MAKIXG, Mitring tier patron that uo ondvnvom will la...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 December 1874

THE TBOYHEJ2ALD, WEDNESCIAY, DECEMBER 38, 1874. J. If . M'LKLLAM Cake ft MoLellan, Real Estate Agentt, Ofleo la Court House, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., (RoreRTr rotm saxk. n 1M.',I JA HnKnl llllllnf. 1.1,1 Mh vaIii af eoal twalvo fuct thlrk. within dfly feit of tho around eight miles west from Troy, l'rlee 91,000. Vn. 4 Rallno county land : an lm- Droved farm of 400 acre. MO aeros umlor fence, ISW acres lllliuer. imwim iuk iiwuro of Uvo room otw and a half stories high ; a tenant Homo eignteen uy eignrcon ion ; a Uvttiir ami it rUlrttl well at till) liellie. SCVen springs on the farm and stream of living water as one unu u aiiuiohuiu ui wnr iinmimi ami seventeen fruit tree now in bearing, icven miloa from Brownsville, on a roalroad. Will bo sold cheap on lotiK tlmo. or exchanged for property in this county or lost. 1.0UU. .... , No, 6. Houio and 4 lots in Troy 4 houo of four room and two porches, a well, smoke house, stable, fruit and shade tree one square from town spring, l'rlee l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 December 1874

. THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1874. f CMmr ovaaffM It U Important that 1 should be In poiMiitoti ef the address of the mas tor of etch eotinty ifrauue, or presi dent of onch county council, with M little delay at possible. And when over a chango of that oftcer takes place by cloctlon or otherwise, ihla offlco should bo informed of such change Immediately. Strict attention to this will greatly facilitate Inipor hint business communication. In f iring your address, bo sure to give t plainly, both poitofflce and county. It would greatly facllitato business If county granges met more frequent ly, so that nIi our subordinate gran pes could be reachod through them, Thero are only one hundred and four teen counties in the state, while there nro over two thousand subordinate granges. It. is Important that all county granges should meet In Janua ry, tho ensuing year. In vlow of the probable ratification of thu amendment to tho national graugo constitution, in roforcnee to county...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 December 1874

WEbNESDAY, DEC'R 2, 1874. GJB TIME BY AFT OLB RatJ. A friend iu Millwood icndi u the following: On Saturday lust Mr. Jarjios I'orter camo to Millwood In a ono-horso wagon, driving a Inigo black horse, 14 yd'nrs old and well kept- 10 drovo up in front, of II. T. Mudd' itorc, hitched his horse Jack, and give himself no further concern about tho safety of this trusty old family nag, who had been the lavor Ho of tho woirion folks for the. past twolvo vears. Presently n drovo of hogs cntno by, and Jack,prlkedup his cars nt tho noise, gavo snort, broko loose, mid lot out nt tho top of Ids snood on tho Troy romt His courio was iu full view for tho first two hundred yards. Attempts were mado to check his progress by throw ing up hats, but ho shied nroiiud them, nnd ovcnwood-pllcs or what ever happened on his way ho bounded, sending stovo wood in tho air and scattering things generally. Mr. roller stood on tho platform at the store, not 'iu tho Joast troubled or disconcerted, aiidoilmlrcd th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 January 1875

10485 THE '''!'. ' , II troy T4 TrT$u '7r VOL. LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JAGUAR ,6185. NO. 1 TROl HERALD bBMSHED BY AT flll.ffO areas In Advanon EDITORlIi CORRESPONDENCE, CimiiKH County, Md., ) December 24, 1874 $ Dear Jlald: This county was oiio of thevery earliest settled in the state. L'hougli tho first actual sottlemont.exdluslvo of a trading poll in Ka county, on the eastern snore, wasiacioin at. Marys county u fow 111U below tho lino of this county, ioio Leonard Calvert landed In nearly pari of 1631, with two liiintlu settlor. So man v oml. grants loccfl that snmo year on tills aldo of thjWIcomlco river that tho territory jir several miles around was set ons a separate ''hundred." Loouard pulvert was proprietary governor jnder Ills older brothoi', Cocllius (Ivrrt. second Lord Ball) inoro, w hi was Lord proprietary of the provlu ol Maryland under the charter suited to his father by Charles Governor Calvort pancd through is county, boforo he made n nromiiiit settlement in St. Marv's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANtTARY 6, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'P 6, 1875. The Story of Tom Fanshaw. A CIIIUBTMAS TALE. CIIAPimtl. Tom Fanshaw, of the N. Y. C. Hallway Company's tcrvtco, tttoutflit it n hard caso to havo to turn out ot lilt warm bed at the unearthly dour or tho morning at which hi wife gavo him a push, mid told lilm it was lime to ifct up. Ho ioso in dudgeon, went to tho window nnd looked out. A cold, aggravating December morn in? ; nothing to bo seen except the caudle he held in hit hand, and his own unshaven, unwashed visage, gloworing sulkily at him. Ills wile, n cheery little body, was on her knees before thu grate, trying to kindle the embers of Inst night's lire with the bellows. "Came, 1 onj," she sntd, "look sharp, cr you'll bo late. Drat tho flic, it won't light, and llrcwood's so awful dear." Sho drew a llltlo bundle from its hiding-place, and lighted n match beneath it. "There, that'll do now "What sort of a morning is it I" -uon i jaw. i ucclar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1873. ... .. . . . - -t...i... iv linn n 11a m uvuiir. naariniv nnunnrnn i armwvm ivmMinvniiiHiiTi HttlklB, lW MB. """J' , . . Un V.mWwi lul.n I1....I1 l.n ln.i ..l.l.lnl. l .. ll. . . . , . . ...ftA. AIIII I Will ill- , IIJIIIMUI IIIIIII1WII I kV.I WW IW ...M..W.. nvwM Imil heard their que , w'" Forono niomont Mm. llo.ite.7ti.rned Mativ a nlrl has laid "no" when stio quire; Hi did. so, ana pioaiam;, iWy her oyoi Irom herchlld. Fetch I meant "yes," simply becauiohor lover ...i.Uiiw-XkhaneMio out. with auaby 00d. alio itiotloiicl with her Una to didn't chuoio the right tluiu una ... . -:..7r r.n nlnase. ma'am. Iter husband i and ho wai -runn In a nou tuaouoillou irenlly. in nor arms. . . "-Tff .T...1.. it it. .L.uiiian hum it nan mil mum 1 a. b&u m uui & .Kim ivi aiuiv lio Mia, tho inii-'-" Tinrn ..... . ,,, rnnm ,.. MtH.t. ciulu.i .7.u uurialu down. yoat s ago and more. When air. J)aii- till litn return, both woman brooding and tho lump...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 January 1875

THE TROY HEEAXD, WEDNESDAY,. JANUARY .0, 1875. TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 6, 1876. THEOi JO. A. m. ruiiEK, 9IUDD, Eflltara. 1 Ono of Hie causes which Duller at tribute! to Ills defeat is hit advocacy oi woman' suflrsgo. Slnco tho ones lion has accomplished bo much good, wo aro half Inclined to look with fu vcr upon that little bit of fciniulne Jitniascism. A Ituihvillo (Ind.) correspondent toll of n Minn who wns married there ono year ago, and on I he 84th ult. came buck, and sold Ills wedding clolhci, bought a quart of whiskey, drank it, nud died, all within thrao hour. Somo paper remarks that "ono year oflt killed him." Mlstako-it was one bottle of It. Sec, who was elected by ono major ily to represent Montgomery county, nt the November olectlou, and whoso claim was contested by Ids opponent, Capt. Skinner, having proposed to sotilo thu matlor by runuliig tho raco over, was again elected. nt a special Hod Ion on llio 20th. 6co received SW2 votes and Skinner 858. ' ' Bycrly, of...

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