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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JAKUARY 6, 1875. - - t i i CLOSING OUT SALE OF ' ' WINTER GOODS BY Woolfolk & Gordon. In order to close out our stock of Winter Goods in time for the Spring trade we Have re solved to make a General Reduction in Prices and are now offering unusual inducements to Cash buyers WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR PRICE LIST OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS : Our 95 Boots reduced to 94 80. Our 9 4 0. Our 91 " " 3.86. Boyd' Boot reduced proportionnteljr Fancy Delaine worth 90c lor OOc. Fancy Japs, worth 3flc lor 93. Plaid Alpacas worth 4ffc tor 40. Milk Poplins worth 0c tor AO. do do do 70c lor 00. While Blankets worth 9000 tor 94.00. do do do 0..10 0.00 do do do 7.00 " 6.00. A full stock of Brown and Bleached Cot tons, Canton and Woolen Flannels and yeans, all CHEAP FOR CA SH. Call and see us. We intend to sell all our Winter stock before the 1st of March. WOOL.FOL.K v gorbojw MRS, S, A, WOODSON MILLINER 'AND DRESSMAKER, CHAIN OF BOCKS, MO., . - Take ocnulon to inform 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. — 6 January 1875

KTHE TBOYHERAID, TfEDNESQAT, JANUARY 6, 1875. V. C. CAKK. J.'at. M'LIUAK Cake & HoLellan, Rail Ettate Agents, Oflloo In Court Mouse, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., n riMjki in m n m 1 ah. V UUl IBIIU i w nvivv umiivi- lald with a vein of coal twelve font tlilvk, within tiny feet of the ground ; eight mile west irom Troy, rnco vi,i. No. Hnllno comity litntl : nn 1m Droved rural of 400 acres. 310 acres under fence, ISO aero Umber. Hewed log house of Ave rooms onn and a half stories limn ; n icnnnt houso eighteen by eighteen foe t : a llviit.r nml ilalirtl Wnll at till! llollSC. SCVOn eprlig on tlio farm and n stress, of living water mi one onn oi iu ah orcom u liumlrml anil anvuntenn fruit trees HOW in bearing, seven miles from ilrownsvMe, on a t-n.li-.inil Will I in nli I i-lican on lolllf time. nt exchanged for property In this eouuty or in 8. Louis. .... , No, A. Homo mid 4 lots in Troy, r four mams and two tiorrhe. a well. Kiuoko liouia. stable, fruit and shade trees one square fr...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 January 1875

THE TliOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY t6, 1875. j h2i t i Reanilful Thtflrt. Thot'o are time when thepulio lies low in llio bosom, and boats up slowly in Hie veins; when tho spirit sleep llio sleep tlmt apparently knows no waking, In Iti limine or clny, ami I ho window tillers are closed and tho loor Is hung with tho invisible crape or inciniiehuiy ; wiicu wo wish the uoldeii siiiitlilne pitchy dnrknoss. nnd ii 10 vory willing to luiicy clouds av here no clonus lie. this is u state til'sickitoss when physio can be thrown to tho dugs, tor wo wilt have tionu of it. What shall raise the sleonlnir Laz nrus'f Whut shall make I ho lion i t beat intisio njfuiu, and tho pulse daiico io ii iiirougn nil uioniyriiiuinroiigvu hulls in our houses of lite? What slum imiko thu sun kiss the eastern nklos (iruln lor us with all its awaken ing giutiucss, una me night overturn Willi iiiuoullulit music, love and How frs? Love itself is the ureal siiniu- iiiut I ho most intoxicating of nil unu poriorins ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY; if'AJkUXRY i, 1878. TROY HE)flA)LD(. WEDNESDAY, J ANT 6, 1876. B0CKKT m?HAT tmVUT. First Tt Mr JMtasurr II, 1178. RATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Insortlon I1M Kacli additional Insertion , 75 Administrators' Notice 3 00 I'iiiiU Ketticmsnt Notice am Mray Notice (single stray) 3 00 Kach additional atmjr in same notice. . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to regular 'idvcrtlscrs. Advertisements will tnko the regular run or the paper. Extra charged made for pro Ivrrcd place. No certificate of publication will be .made -ntll such publication hit been paid, for. The non-observance of thin nilo ha been the ccniloa of mucli troubleond actual Iom. Our term are: Cash In advance. m mile sclptlnns; eai.li on delivery, for Job Work and cash on demand. foradvcrtlsuinents. Adm'r. 8. T. East . John Beott David Stewart J. A. Alexander eta! S. P. Cannon Wlthrow St Unox I), cannon X. M. tJluipion JJ. IIOWUII T. Unwell I. M. McLcllan Wm. Krasier li. II, Uurvey si:nocnATi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUAR 13,1875. NO. 2 TROY HERALD, rUBMNIIKD BY IISIIER, & MUDD, AT 41. CSO n Y(r in Advnuao. RATKf OF ADVERTISING. t square 1 Insertion $ N) Kurd additional Insertion 7.") Administrators' Notice .1 00 Kal KcttlAmciit Notices n 00 Htm)' Nutlccit (single stray) 3 (XI Eaeli additional stray In xnnm notice. , 1 00 Ulivriil deduction will be made to regular idcrtler. Advrtrtlcmonts will take the regular run of the paper. Extra clmrgi-i made for pre ferred places. No crrtlllcatn of publication will bo made :utll Midi publication Iiiih been paid tor. Till! non-ohcrvauuc f tliN rulu liiiit been tlie occasion of much trouble mid nctuul loss, Our term are : Cash In advance, on sub solutions ; nmii on delivery, for Job work and euMi AH demand, for advcrtltgmclit. COURT DIRECTORY. CntcuiT CoUliT. Klit .Mondnv after tlie fourth Monday In Mareh nml September. County Coukt. Second Monday In Feb ruary, May, August, and November, 1'JionATK co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1876 TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JAN'Y 13, 1876. A BEVIEW OF THI! from tlio Now York New. Tlio year now at IU cloio lias been ltroltflc In Intcrcitlng if not in great events. Outside of Bpnin nnd tlio Spanish-American states, pcaco lias utn preserved, though it cannot bo said that preparations Tor war liavc not been actively going on. Possibly vc liavc been experiencing In 184 tho calm which precedes the storm. The year, though it will not be a red letter one in the annals of time, will be remembered lor at least one great religious controversy, for a comet, for a scandal, and for a politi cal revolution In the United Stales which restored the Democratic party 1o power for a generation. When the year began congress wns in fcsMoii mid struggling over our fi jiancliil difficulties. An inflation bill was passed In April, and was promtly Vetoed by tlio president, and the sen ate subsequently sustained the veto. Tho time of congress was otherwise occup...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 January 1875

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUABY 13, 1875. HIV CHILDHOOD'S HOME, Tho following sweet poem Is from tho pen of Shlllubnr ("Mrs. Parting Ion") anil Is a perfect plcluro of Ids childhood home. It is touuhiiigly beautiful : 'i'hiTe's n lltlli' low hut by the river's tilde. Within tho sound of Its rippling tlito; Itn Walls arc jrrcy with tliu inocs of yean, And its roof nil crumbled and old uppcars Hut fal ret to 111c than castle's prldo J thu little low l;ut by tliu river's side. Tho little low hut was my natnl not, M'liere my childhood mimed Life's spring time dlc.it ; Whom thu hopes of ardent youth were formed, And thu nun of promUa my young heart warmed Kro I threw myself on life's swift tide. And 1 lert tho dear hut hy the river's tide. The little low hut In lowly kiiIsc, Wiwsolt mid graiM to my youthful eye, And lalrer trees wore r.o'cr known before. Than the apple trees by the humble door, That my father lou-d for their thrifty pride, Widen shadowed tlio hut by the river's side....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDXESl) A Yy JANUARY 13 1875; TROY JERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 13, 187C. THE. D. TIRHEH. 1 JOB. A mtlDB, I Udltori. WiK IAIT THIVITAY LIBCRTV. Tbo most flagrant pieco of usurpa tion and diabolism in tho history of our republic, In which tho federal government overleaped nil former at tempti to forco the ltadicnt plan of centralization upon (he country, was enacted in Now Orleans on tho 4th lust. Even the high-handed act of declaring Kellogg governor of Louis iana, and placing him in possession of the stnto government, pales beforo this last disregard ol the vestod rights of a sovereign people. A legisla ture, embodying tho legal rcprosen tntlrcs of (ho people, elected under tho laws of tho utato, was invaded by the federal troops, and several of i he member, at tho bidding of a usurping governor, were forcibly ejected from their seals; the only excuse for which Is, that tho oppo nents of tho carpet-bag regime sue- cccdcd In getting tho advantago in tho organization of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 January 1875

1 THE TROY HEBALD, frEDtfESDAY'. JANUARY 13, 1875. 1o ojeel those member.! who hod not men riiiui iipii us ciccicu iiy mo uoaru. Speaker Wllta protested, and told lliu ffcncrnl that this win illegally urganlKui! body, to which Con. Do Tiobi liind replied Hint he, as a sol jllur, mitt only second in command, liud to obey tlio orders of hU supe riors, Gen. Emory, who had ordered lilin to obey tlio instructions of (jov, Kellogjf. Sicaler Wiltr. said: "I ilcMro to slulo to you again that thl.i house, duly elected, ban orgunlr.ed itself by fleeting me as their speaker, Capt. l-'loyd ns scrgcant-ut-ariiu ami Mr. 'J rc.uvuul as clerk. Alter organiza tion wo hnro seated live gcntlcnicii Whose rases liitvn lifnn ruTm-i'-nit i . by the returning board. Will you reject these men '(" (jcii. De'frobrlaml said: "Mr. Speaker. am an officer, and must obey orders. I came hero alone. 1 thought that my presence; would be iiiuin.il. lliu. in(t ii upunru wuuiti ne fiiilllclcnt to ha vo those orders obey...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 January 1875

THE TBOYHERAIiD, "WEDXESCTAY, JANUARY 13, 1875. A oltry f fushlsn, Plsasurs and Instruotlsn. Harper's Bazar. iIliistrarted. Notice of the prow. Tho Rawr In edited with a contribution of tact and talent tint wo seldom mm in ao Journal, and tha Journal Itself Is the organ or tiio great worm 01 iwiuoh. si" Traveller. ... Tho Warn commend Itself to every ntm- I... .I.- I. ...... I. ..I. I In (lin olllllll-llll lit .li-tl nil nrnllv nlolllnx. tft flip 011111 Illl'IOS ............ r-""v ". . ..-i.,iv. in Ijy it rasiuon-piates " "in"' '"",'"" the provident matron by Its patfriu for t ho children's clothes, to paterfamilias y its tuneful designs for cnibroldm-d slipper and luxurious dressing-gowns. Hut tlio readlhtf matter Is uniformly of great excel lence. The paper has required it wide, pop tilarity for tho tireshlo enjoyment It affords. X. Y. Kvenliiff l'ost. TEBJIS. Poitafo Free to nil Subscriber In the Viillcd Nintc. ifirnpr'sHazar. ono year $1.01 l.in Includes prcpavmcnt of Limed Mate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JANUA11Y 13, 1875. CH.1S. MORMTM, BOOK-BINDER AND Blank Book Manufacturer, 302 Muln Street, N. E. Cor. Ollvo. ST. LOUIS, A119S017MI. nujiyi THOS. RHODUS A CO., (iCNKKAI. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 31S !. CO.If.lIKltt'lAl. ST. ST. LOUIS, MO. Quick Sales mid prompt itctttrim Guurntitccit. .8n.17.vt GAUSS, HUNICKE & CO., Wliolcsulc Dealers in Straw Goods, Hats, Caps, Fur, Ulove, fcc !V ,tM7X. Mnln M., bet. Oilvo untl W'nslii nyton avenue. ST. LOUIS, Missouri. Ml.".Svl .). (. KINI.KY. AltCIIKIt IIANKIIKAD FIKLEY & BANKHEAD, CoiniiiiNtion Merchant Toil TlllIAI.K OK cattlis, IIOS A: SI1UE1 nriifn: Union Stook Yards, St. Louis, Mo. Stuck Mil. I at nil tin- yards. Liberal ad vaiict made on consignments. Ulfcrclircs : full- V Urn., (irtillt & llnus ton, (HI.. I. O. Ilroadhcnd. Col. V. II. Hull, Itcv. .1. .1, Km II, .Ins. Kissinger, Home Sav in itll.iuk. !in:iMiii.i J.M.ltrXTKIt M. It. WATTS I.. W. F. NOI.IS1I J. M. HUNTER & CO., (iENKUAL COMMISSION MERC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 January 1875

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1875. TROY HERALD; "WEDNESDAY. JAN'Y 13, 1876. PEciriOATioNs er ciitiHcn. To befca.lt uu Malabar Mcls la tin. calm t'eaatrt Jr CBrlsUa Beaoiuluatlon. llouso to Ito WlxM ft., sterjr 10 ft high, torucr .noslsftxO, and 4x0 posts of each tide of nil opening i oak Mil 8x10 Inch. lower tier of Joists 2xt0 Inch and 1'2 ft. long bedded .u two imddo sills; wall to be braced with libraecstocaeb coiner, bottom and top, ol 11x0 mid 10 ft. long tlniber; studding and Joists to be 10 Inches from center to venter upper Joist Sxtl inches, top platei 0x8 framed, with mortice and tenons; roof to be elf.Mipportlii)f by 4 pair principal rafter orlrder 0x12 i straining beam. brace and pout (1x0 Iron strls to earli post aud each end ol brace : purlin platcflxfl, rafter, licet- Jngimd thlnglct of beat quality thingles to Miow not over 4 Inches; siding of iicsiqitai lly, dretked, and lapped not lew than one Inch; 8 window of 12 lights, each 12X jrlaw, hung with wclght...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD. i VOL. 10. 'PDHV T TXinATXT "VsTTXTri-VTr -KTr T A TTT A DV nn - o rr fr NO. 3 i:roy herald, ruBLtsiir.D BY FISHER- &, 1TJIX9 AT fl.fSO n Year In Atlvanao. RATIfJ OF ADVKRTIIINQ. I square 1 liinortlon $1 50 I nch additional inicrtloa "ft Administrators' Notires 8 04 1 (nil Settlement Notires 3 00 Mray Notices, (single stray) 3 00 nan additional stray in saiuu notice. . 1 00 literal deduction will be mado to regular tdyertlser. Advertisement will .take the regular run t 1 tlio paper. Extra charges madu fur pro leered placet, H (i eertlllente of publication will be made .uttl tuch publication ha been paid for. 1 lie non-obsrrvanco of thli rust has Imcn tho occasion of much trouble and actual low. Our term are : Cash iu adrauce. on sub Mjlntlona; cash on delivery, for job work in cash n dnmand, for advertisement. COURT DIRIOTOItY. Circuit Court. First Monday after the Mirth Monday lu March and September. County Coukt. Second Monday lu Feb ruary, Mar, August, and No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 120, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 20, 1876. Inaugural Addres of Governor Hardin. 8KNATOHH AMD ItKl'KKSENTATIVKS : In entering upon the responsible du tioiof tlio oxocutlvo ofBco it would seem to bo a first duty to acknowl edge our rcllaiico upon tho Great Au thor of all good for wlidom In all that wo may do, and for lion III), peaco and general prosperity of the pcoplo of l ho state. Laws with which officers and pco plo are familiar and which aro prac tically good ought not to bo dis turbed; only noted dolects and inef ficiencies should bo remedied. Spe cial laws aro to a largo extent bane I'ul in legislation, and should not be enacted except when absolutely hoc cssary. Legislation Is an expense es pecially dreaded by tlio people, bo en u no thoy do not see or feel tlio prao tic.il good of so much of It. They nro qulto right. With our present Mis souri endo of genoral laws, though to soino extent defective, It would fieiin a wasto of time a...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 January 1875

Uov. Woadton's Message. Thli document, read to Ibo legtsia turo yesterday, and printed in an other purl of tho llepublican, glvei an interesting review of the cond! Hon and needs of tho state. During the last two year $1,412,000 ot tho bonded dobt or the itato hai 1)cn paid. Tho payment, howovor, required tho Imto of $400,000 new bonda 10 that tho net reduction of tho state Indebtedness by tho opera tlon Is 91,012,000. The state debt ou tho 1st of January, 1875, was $17,715, 000, and tho annual Interest on It $1,' 074,590 Tho message does not con tain tho usual statement of rccoipts nuu expenditures, together with tho condition of the treasury. Wo shall hnvo to rely upon tho forthcoming auditors report for this. During the present year $1,428,000 or tlio state debt will innturo; In 1876, $3,907,000; In 1877, $701,0)0-inaklng h total ot $6,040,000 to bo provided lor uotwoon now and January 1, 1878 me governor recommends that tho legislature provide for tho pay ntont of this by an iss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1875. TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y CO, 1875. Tilt ELECTION NEXT YDERDA1. Our citizens should bear in mind that llio lilaotlon or delegates to t ho slate constitutional convention takes placo next TucMlny, (ho 201 It Inst. As important an thU matter 1, there appcurs to bo but little Interest man ifcMcd, mid n vote that should bo largo iromlscs to bo cut down con siderably. At wo are to havo a con vention, it Is certainly a mutter or much concern to the pooplo that tho men elected to rcpres'out them In the drafting of tho organic law of tho Htolo should bo of the proper material men of Judgment, of research, and possessing a thorough kiiowlcdgo of our system of government, and the principles that should underlie the ff.ustitutloii of a sovcro'lgu state. This instrument will bo tho ground work of all tho Ihvvh hereafter enacted by our general assembly, and all ex isting laws must bo amended to con form thereto, llcuco tho necessity of that inst...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20, 1875. HoTsked miMlMlpfl mm LctilalMa. From the Clncltinattl Enquirer, beforo the rcecut outre. Before tlio war Ilin amootit of the stato taxes collected In' Mississippi was about $160,000. This win (in IiobcU nti a tux dutillcatu'of Ui),W)0, (100. Thu lilicratiou ot lie sluvra una I ho 1'Avngon of thoWur liavo cut down tlio nrniwrly valuation to less Hum AI.Vi.COO.000. Unon that In 1874 llioro was collected a tux for statu iiiirposct uloucof $2,167,000. Tints, wiitio mo lii'opoi'ly unon which the tux win li'vloil hn been diminished tin c- t'otii'lhs, the taxes lmvo been tn ill 1 1 li'icd nearly fivefold. In other word, the tliluviiiK, negro cui'iiuiuax crew lmvo multiplied tuo atato lux iy twentv-one. Tho Htata tnx is four teen mill0, which In within two mills of ns much us is collected in liio city of ClncliiimUl lor ull .mirnoscs what ever. 'J'hu Mississippi taxes for county and local purposes are over $3,000,000. thu luinosfnz nbout four te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 January 1875

THE TBOYHERALD, WEDNESQAY, JAXUAKY 20, 1875. A Repository sf Pashlsn, Plsasurs an Inatruetlan. BtxtVi IXVSTBARTEB). Notice of the preit. The Itasar It edited with it contribution of tact and talcat tht we seldom And In any Journal , and the Journal ttaeir I the organ of tho great world of fashion. Uoilon Traveller. Tim Haiar eotnmends Itself to every mem J.cr of the household to the children ly 4lro1l and pretty pictures, to the young Indies liy It fasblon.plstes In endless variety, to the provident matron by It patterns for the children's clothes, to paterfamilias by its tasteful designs for embroidered slippers Mid luxurious dressing-gowns. Hut the reading matter Is uniformly of great cxeel. Scare. Tho paper has required a wldo pop nilarity for theiresldu enjoyment It affords. S. T. Evening Post. TERMK. racial I'ree ta all BMkacrihora In the tlaltea Mtataa. Harper's llasar. one year 9l.0n 4.0ii Inoludns prepayment of United Htatcs postage by the publishers. Subscription to Harper'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 January 1875

iftl. MOKITX, BOOK-BINDEB wink Book Manufacturer. 302 Main 8 1 root, N. E. Cor. Ollvo, MT. LOUIS, IHIMSOIRI. VUniWyt THOS, MODUS A 60,, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 3I N. COMffltEHCIAL ST. ST. LOUIS) MO Quick Sulci anil prompt llettirni uttnrniiteed. Wholcsalo Denlcra In Straw Goods, Hats, Caps, 'iirs, uiovcn, fcc., fil5 M7N. Mnln St., bot. Ollvo ami Washington uvcnuc. NT. LOUIS, MISSOURI. VSll.'Wyl .1. O. FINLKY. AltCIIKIt ItANKIIKAD FINLEY & BANKHEAD. Commlnnton merchants I'OJl THK HAf.E OV CATTLE, UOUM & MIIEEP .. . omen: Union Stock Yards, at. Louis, Mo. Stuck K.M nt nil tliu yards. Liberal ad va ices made on consignments. tn W'V'V. ,V,,le "' "rnnt & Ilou. ton. (,ol. .?. o. Ilroadlinu . I'ni. k. n. 11..11 111 ell'iiil-' .icr, 1 1 OHIO MiV Kl.l- .1 .1 Vrr..ll ..... I.... I.... .. V. J.JI.IIUSTHIt M. It. WATTS U W. 1NOM8II J. Mi HUNTER GO., U UN' El l AT. ' COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 101 b. Commercial Street, ST. XjOXJIS, !lVJ-r- Will give Rpenlnl attention twnll fthln incut iiinc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 January 1875

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1875i TKOY HERALD; WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 20, 1878. miixwooD'a.nou tradl'. Millwood, Mo,, J mi. 17. Llitr Jlcrald: Suptrpiilig it mitflit bo of some Interest to tlio pco l1o of this towuililp, mid pcihnn to , othci'D, to know aoinetlitng of the number of hojjs fattened ntid raid in this township tlio present season, and us my Imsllltlcs for arriving at, 6r p jri'oxlrnntlnjf Is, perlmps, bettor than must person, I propoio to fnmisli j on, us nonr as may be, tlio number, price they brought, etc. 1 liuvo welched ut my denies up to the present time about 1,900 head. Tlio numbci welched at other places, hold nt borne, and taken to St. Louis wllUont welching, 1 cstliuatu nt 700; the number now ready for market. mid unsoM, at 400, making a total of 3,000 bond. The avcrugo in weight has been unusually good, I think fully "GO lbs., and the average price paid hero $G.23, or $1(5.25 per head, making an aggregate of !JU8,7oO, a pretty good Item tor u little to...

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