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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JANUARY 27,1875. NO. 4 TROY HERALD, FTSIllSIt & 3IX7Er? AT (fl.no it Yonr In Advunon. RATES OP ADVERTISING. I pnuari 1 1ncortlon lM Inch additions! Insertion 7ft Adiulnljtratnri' Notices 3 00 I Inul settlement Notice :i on .tray Notices (Mntjle stray) U 00 i-ut-li additional stray In same notice, . 1 00 Liberal deductions will bo lnadii to regular Divert SPT. Advertisement will take, the, regular run I the paper. Kxtra charges niailo for pre icrrcd nlncrs. Nu certificate of publication will lie made .mil Mich publication has been until lor. 1 1 u nnn-ohncrvancc of tills rule nan been tin' ni'i'HMoii of limcli trouble and actual low our term are: Ch in advance, on sub- liiitinnn ; canh ou dell very, for job work no caMi n ucinami, lorauverimemuiUK. COURT DIRECTORY. Circuit Couiit. First Monday niter tbe mirth Mnnilav in March and.Sentembcr. County CotiKT. Second Monday in Feb ruary, .muy. auiuh, ami .ovciinior, l'linnATic Cot'i...

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. — 27 January 1875

THE TEOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1875. TROY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 27, 1876. I'HePeniTiei or this hailboad for 13S,00 the machine Snap will be Lecatr at Troy To the Citizens of Bedford Town chip, in the County of Lincoln and State of Mitiouri : Tbo St. Louli, Hannibal and Keo kuk railroad company and llio Mis. tourlaud Iowa railway conn true! Ion company hoi-eby inako Iho following proposition, viz: Th said railroad company will build and oporato lliolr railroad from fromo point on Iho St. Louis, Kansas City and Northern railroad to Troy, Missouri, so as to glvo a direct mid continuous connection by rail to St. Louis, Missouri, by tlio 1st day of October, 1875. Tlio said railroad company will also locate, erect and maintain the priclpal machitio and re lialr shops of lliolr said road within tighty rods of the station grounds at Troy, Missouri. Ill consideration of tlio above, the mid township of Bedford shilt sub scribe mid pity for, at its pur value, $55,000 of Iho capita...

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. — 27 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 187&. Caarcn Festivals. . Advent A teusou of devotion, In eluding four Sundays before Christ mas. All Hallow, or all Salnti-A festi val cn tho first of November, dedi cated to nil tho saints In gcnornl. Annunciation of Virgin Mary A festival on the 25th of March, In mem ory of tho angel's announcement on that day to tho Virgin Mary that she should bear the Messiah. Ascension Day- Tho Thursday but oiio beforo Whitsuntide, the anniver sary ot our Savior's ascension to Heaven alter his resurrection. Also vailed Holy Thursday. Ash Wednesday The first day of Lout, to nnmcd becauso of the custom in tlio Itonian Catholic church of sprinkling ashes that day on tho heads of ponltcuts iu token of humble re poulanco.' Candlemas A festival celebrated on tho 2nd of February, in honor of tho purillcstlon of tho Virgin Mary, so named because of tho groat num ber of lights on that occasion. Christmas A festival celebrated annually on the ?5thof December, ...

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. — 27 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27, 1875. TROY J3E1RALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 27, 1876. THE. . riHHKH, .,. JOS. n. a, nuDB, i Massachusetts icmli Henry L. Dawos to the United States senate. An attempt i being made to repeal lite Hannibal and St. Joseph railroad icncwol bonds. Algernon Sidney I'uddock is tho nnmo or the new Nobraska senator. He is a Hcpubllcnn. Francis Kcrnun (Democrat) sue reeds Kenton (Republican) of New York In the United States senate. Tho bug tnati (stato entomologist) of Illinois, copyrights his reports to the governor. That's a queer idea. M'o suppose ho intends to get up a "corner" on bugs." ' 4 Hon. Samuel Turks, of Kenton county, died, at Jefferson City, on tho 20th, of pneumonia. It is said that tho capitol building is an excel lent promoter of this disease. It ought to bo remodelled. Tho choice of Dawes over Hoar for senator in Massachusetts is considered ns an evidence that there Is still grcul dissatisfaction In that state with tho administration; and t...

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. — 27 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 18T5. no good ; they ro violating the laws of their own bolng; they nre doing violence to their own felliigi, and they are openly violating the law of Almighty God, whom thoy protcMto obey and wornhlp. And inoro than thU, they are jeopardizing the very best Intercuts of our common country, they ore Jeopardizing Tin: HiaiiTB and mdrrtiks op tub CITIZENS Of every itato In ibo Union, and the pLM-petuity ot llupubllcun InUltu linns In this land. Uegardluss of wlmt they may uy, of what thoy may loci, of what they tnny do, we will obey tho divine Injunction : "Love our enemies; bless them tlmt curnu us; do good tot hem thatdcspitefully use nud maltreat us." Honored tctiators and ropresenta tlves, since tho close of tho war there linn been no bloody chasms separating the late saiithcru soldiers and people Ironi thu good peoplo of tho north. When tho roar of the last hostile gun died away, with more than tho hero ism of tho Hoiiiun curtlus, wo Illicit...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 January 1875

THE TBOYHEUALD, WEDNE8CTAY, JANUARY 27, 1875. A eaosHtvv of Fashion, Pleasure ana tnatruotton. sHarper Ba llXUSTRARTBB. Notice of the praaa. Hiftftaaar In edited with a contribution of t net aim talent that wo seldom una in any Journal , ami the journal Itscir I the oriraii of Hie groat world or rashlon. Iloston irarcuer. Tlm Ilaaar tetntnciuts Itself to ovary mom her or thu heuschnld to the children by droll and pretty pictures, to the young hu'lea by It fashion-plates In endless variety, to tlm provldunt matron fay Its patterns for the children's clothes, to paterfamilias by Its (aaionii designs ror emnroiacrcu suppor mill luxurious tlrcsslnir-irown. Hut till! 'madlug nmttur Is uniformly or great excel lence. The papnr Kill required n wide pop ularity for tint tlreslrfo etijoyiutut It afford. 1 isvcuing l'Oal. TtIK.HI. Fastsuje tTrce to all Sabaeribera In the I'nllesl Mtatee. llarperVllazar. one year l.0i) i.(W Includes prepayment or United WUito postage "v we puuiisnors. Subscrip...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 January 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27, 1875. CH.1S. MORMTM, HOOK-BINDER AND Blank Book Manufacturer. at)-' Main Street, N. K. Cor. Olive. NT. LOUIS, MISSOURI. twiiWyl THOS. MODUS k CO,, (IONKIMI. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 3IS X COnmKMCIAL NT. T. LOUIS, MO. ijulck Sale anil prompt Returns Guaranteed. 8nn7yi GAUSS, HUHICKE CO,, Wholcsato Dealers lit Straw Goods, Hats, Caps, Flint, UIovcm, fcc, Mfi AGI7X. Main st., bet. Olive and Washington avenue. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. .i:yl J. . KINI.KV. AKCIIKtt IIANKIIKAI) FINLEY & BANKHEAD, :oimuinion Merchant I'OH TIIK 8.U.K UK cattle, Hos & sheep "I'KICK : Union Stock Yards, St. Louis, Mo. Slmk sold .it nil the yards. Liberal ad vances made, oil consignments. References : Cult! St lira., (innit & Hons ton. Col. ,1. o. tlroadlicml. Col. i:. II. Hull, Itc. .1. .1, Krrclt, .las. Kiclugt r, Homo Sav in trllank. Un:il)in: J.M.IIl'.NTIilt M.tt. WATTS I.. W. I.Xllt.tSII J. M, HUNTER k CO,, UKXERAL, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 101 S. Corntnnrciul SI r...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 January 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y 27,.17. Lincoln Co., Mo., Jan. 17. Editor JItrald: 1 notice In your last lisuo of tho Jlcratd, In gpcukltiff of llio county meeting of presidents of school boards, yuu do not irlvo an tixuctly ful i- statement in regard to my uimei cnainnnn 01 titu utcoi iiig 1 have- no doubt you aro honest in ymirainicineiit. unt yon ao ino in usllcc. hi sneaking oi tho adaption il' Towiueiul'a treulUo on civil ov- liniment, you say objections wui-o imido to tho book, but the chairman ruled thnt some work on civil gov eminent must bo udontcd. and that trits tho only one lio knew anything (wont, wiilch is ii misiKO. mow i imk who tniule objections to thtsbuol not. ii uliitflu incuibur of tho meeting, mid If yuu or your icDortcr had been lircbcut nt au curly atnga of thu meet I n j,', you would huvo hoard u resolu tion otic red, I think, by Mr. llhi'lnn ot Troy, and unanimously adopted, tn. n an uo cxciuiica trotn participm I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 February 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. 'PI3 "vr TTiriATT "i-vrT-VTrirr a r- im im r a trr .-. .-, - XXXKJ X i VW.LX VVJ U1M 1, XYLW., r -LJj.I3.rV U All 1 tf, 157 O, NO. 5 TROY HERALD, rrnt.isiinti nv FISIIKXI Sc MUDD, AT VM..10 a Yciir In A(lvaii!i. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I square I iiiM'i'lion if I Ml Kiieli iiililltlon.il luvrtloti T.'i Aittiiiliitriitnri' Notice ,1 (in ! Inal Settlement Notices ; no flmy Notice (lnlo stray) a oo .Jack additional stray In Miiint notice.. 1 (Hi Liberal deduction will be made to remtlar tdvcrtlscr. Advert Iscmi.'tit will tk llm regular run M tin' paper. Kxtra diaries made Tor iirt Icrrrtl places. No certltlcsli' of publication will lio Hindi' -litil such publication has been paid tor. I liu iion-olicrvamc til" this ruin ha been tin occasion of much trouble ami actual Ins. our term an-: 1,'u-li In advance, on miIi ll'tloii ; rah on delivery, for Job work lid 'Uli nil demand, foraihcrllM'Uicut. COURT DIREOTORY. Cmcmr focur. First Monday utter the north Monday In ....

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 February 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y 3, 1875. OLD JIM BRAYTOIV. Uow he Happened to "Swear Off.' Ho crime up town that night to drink tho old year out nnd tho now yenr In 'J'liero nro men who can rouicmbor when ho had a cottage of hi own ; when ho was well-dressed and hud n frntik honest face; when Ids children went to Suudny school and Ms wife vac well clothed and can led a happy Incc. Old Jim found himself going down tho hill, and almost in a year ho had changed from a hard-working, respectable man, to a ragged, lazy not, and no effort on the part of thoso who loved him could stop his descent, Ills homo went, his furniture went, good clothe and happy faces dlsnp pcarcd, and wretchedness and pov crty moved into tho old tenement liouso on Ucaublcn street with him. Do you remember when his child was run over and killed? Old Jim was dead drunk while tho body lay in tho house. Were you over at tho Central Stutiou court when ho was font up for drunk...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 February 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1876. Whil Senator Haw rara-ot. Tho sonato debate on Mr. Schurz'i Louisiana resolution was continued by Mr. Howe, who spoko ovor two hours. Ho declared his unfaltering dovotlnn to tho Republican party, Having likened It to a ship In a stormy tea, he said : "Lot tnoso who wisit go ashore, but for my part I shall con tlnuo the voyage. If the ship goes down, I shall go down with it, whethoron tho dock or In the hold is for tho pooplo of Wisconsin to decide, palo. His faco has becomo thinner, But whon the ship Is raised, as it lu- and ho moves about with difficulty, dubltably will be, when or how I Ho looked through his eyeglasses in cannot predict the Gnat Under an uncertain way, and bowed when writer will attend to that thero will one of tho jurors peered into his bo found still floating at tho peak a room. Whon Commissioner Dreiinan Hag on which will bo emblazoned " stepped In the prisoner slightly arose, Hero the senator tried In quote from an...

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. — 3 February 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 18T5. TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, FKD'Y 8, 1875.: TIIEO. D. FMItER. JOS). A. !Wt!DD j Editor. AUAI THEY ARC NEEDED. Ono development of tlio Louisiana roulitu surprise ns. We wore not surprised at the Durell order, at Grant ftuslalnlng Kellogg with bayonots, at the invasion ol the legislature) by Grant's war dog, but what surprises tis is that tlio miscalled legislature of that stale, organized by tlio military, should qtiibblo over tho matter of a legal quorum, it will be remembered that tlio conservatives withdrew with Sneaker Willx, and they refuse to act unless matters are placed back just as they were when the body was bro ken up by troops. Since law and Jus tice h:t! been so long dolled, it is cer tainly surprising that tho Kellogg members, or Kellogg hlmselt, or Grant, or Sheridan, or somo other of that iguolilu elan known as "All of 18," doesn't declare that t hero is a quorum. Hut they haven't ilono so, mid the consequence is, the members...

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. — 3 February 1875

THE TROY HEKAU), WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY J), 1875i AEMATaR TIIl'RMAMHI SPEECH. Senator Tliunnan ot Ohio .delivered a speech on tho Louisiana queitlon in tha senate on the 27tn, which Is snld to havo excited tnoro nttt'iilloii than nny fpcuoh slnro that of Senator tfcluuz. It presents tho whole Louis iana usurpation In a nutshell; and tho fact that Mr. Tliunnan would not risk liU reputation as a statesman by Indulging in statements that were not thoroughly luvo stlgatcd and dl ffustodby hlmselt, gives great power uml forco to his wordH. Tho follow Injf is an cpltoiuo or his specoh: Mr. Thuiuiaii said thu inuti who had been in power fur the past two years In LouUIuuu were lu power by the grossest usurpation or u ledorul judgeHhip by bayonet of the army of llio United states and the federal L-ovcnnnciit. The Mile tiilu Kellogg had to the offlcc of governor, was jflven li i 11 by the president of the United tlOM. lluHuid lie traced the liuglnnlng of tills trouble In Louis lana to U'uxhliigt...

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. — 3 February 1875

THE TBOYHEUALD, tVEDNEScrAYt FEBBUABY 3, 1875. A Repository of fashion, Pleasure ana instruotlon. Hatvpav's Bazars ILMISTBARTCB. Notice of the press. Tho Biwarl edited with n contribution of ta ami taiont tuai wo seldom Una In any Journal, aud tba journal Itself I the organ oi uiu great worm or Million. uosion Traveller. Thti liuzur commends Itunlfln ivprr mem bar of ttii household In Ihn rlillili-im bv troll and nrettv Diet lire, to tint voting ladle by It fashion-plate In endless variety, to tho provident matron by Its pattern for the children's clothe, to paterfamilias by it tasteful design for ombrolderod slippers nnd luxurious dressing-gowns. Hat Mir rustling matter I uniformly of (treat excel lence. The paper ha required a wldo pop ularity Kir tne nremao enjoyment 11 anoras, N. i. Evening Post. PmIim Free to all BMfceerifcera la the United Mutes. Harper's Kazan one yenr 04.00 fcl.OOlniilude prepayment of United State postage by the publisher. Subscription to Harpir's Magazine,...

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. — 3 February 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1875. Aaeedate of Andnkaa. The great imtiirnllst was on tho lookout for (ho reuMicntlod wood pockurs, and wu very auxlous to ob tain a specimen. Booing ono fly In a holo In a true, a long way up, ho pulled oil hln coAt and cllmcd up with tho energy that never failed him. Puff ing and sweating ho reached It at last and putting in his hand to sctzo tho bird, to his great dismay a snake Muck its hend out of tho holo and hissed In his face. This wns so tin oxpoctcd and frightful that Audubon let go his hold and tumbled to the ground mora dead than alive. Ills companion caino running up to him, and seeing tho naturalist was not hurt, but dreadfully frightened, said to him: "Ah! you aro very much filghtcncd, doctor?" "No. sir," ro pllcd tho doctor, qultooflundcd; "but if you rant to sco von badly sctrcil hiiakc, just go up dare I" Iiacledo Hotel, TJtor, .... 2(0 THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proiit'iotorR. THIS IS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL ruriiMii'il In good nty...

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. — 3 February 1875

TJIK TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FED'Y 8, 1876. Tn wav to Catch Owi.h and Hawks. Mr. Geo. W. Hojikluj, of Htirricaiio township, liai a novel way ol trapping owls, which, lr followed liv imr fnrinpra. wniilil anno lilillm count iy of thoko robber of tliclr licit ! roo.L. He first .t a pole up elo.o to I a I t ... a ......u... --"I "w.. BS,B I the lien roosl, nnd ftmteneil a common Heel ut trnji on it with no oilier pro jection, omt sjoii surcccilcd lu trap ping two owl. Ho then trimmed nil the limbs ofl'ofnn old persimmon truo out in n field, mid fastened a trnp on tlio top of it. Tlio owls of COUI'ftO would have to light on the top, there lieltitf no other rest for them, and as oou as their fret would tollull the trait it would snrlmr nnd catch thorn. " In thi Hold ho caught ten owU nnd h.fii.iim ,i-,i.i.i t . .. t" o bltic-wingcd chicken Imws. All our farmers ought to try this novel wni' ..f Irn... I ..l.f.i... 1 " ......ij6 v.i .3 .tllll WIIIU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 February 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FEBRUARY 10,1875. NO. G TROY HERALD, runuffiiKD by FISHER .fe MUDD, AT HI.. "JO n Voiip In Artvnnco. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 square l Insertion 1 N Nneti additional Insertion 75 Administrators' Notices .1 OA I'illlil Settlement Notll'CS ,, .1 00 Mrity Notice (single stray) 3 no luiefi additional stray In same notion. . 1 oo Liberal deductions wilt bo made to regular -tiberllsors. AdwrtlscmcnH will tako tlio regular run cl tin paper. Extra charge nude for pre-irrri-il places. No i-vrtlllcate of iulillrutlnn will tic made aitll Mleh publication has been paid lor. '1 lie non-oliscrwuice of tliU rule lias been tli? ncciislon of lunch trouble mid actual loss, Our terms arc: Cah In advance. n sub i ciptlnin ; rash nu delivery, for Job Work nil cash on demand, for advertisements. COURT DIREOTORvi Wnct'iT C'oritT. Klrst Mondav niter tlio 'urtli Monday in March ami September. Oitivrv Coimr. Second Monday In Feb ruary.Jlav. August, and Nove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 February 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. FEBHUABY 10, 1875,.. TROY JIERALD. WEDNKSDAY, FKB'Y 10, 1875. tiii: u-AnnntitM bili,. A Mllier Step Toward Consolidation. f Lexington CHllc!ilan. Tho outstanding debt of LafnyoMo county Amounts to one-fifth of the cntiro asscssod valuation ol hor real citato and personal property. Tlio aggregato of so-called county and municipal ilolils In Missouri Is over 40.000,000. Tlio incro effort to moot the Interest on thoio enormous tutus has prostrated orcry industry, und blasted tlio hopes nud energies of our people. To attempt the payment of tlio principal simply incniis confisca tion and expatriation. Nearly every dollar of It was Imposed by despica ble ragamuffin minorities, when the great, intelligent, ttfx-paylug major- it) was disfranchised. ' A largo part ol it is utterly fraudulent, illegal und void bonds Issued to roads that have never been built; upon conditions that have never been fulfilled ; and, in countless instances, iu open and glaring violation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 February 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1875. A SAD, BAD rrOBY. "Rachel Weeping tar Her Children The Mary af Mr. flamuel's Wrongs frem Her Onw Llpi. Kansas City Time The Time reporter having asked a personal Interview with Mrs. Samu els, ttio husband untl physician uiado known his request, uud she roadlly consented to the proposed audlcnco, her physician, Dr. Sheets, telling her totnlk slowly. Sheas found occupy iuga bod In tho room udjotutttg the kitchen. The furnlluro in tho apart tucnt wus plain, and everything about indicated that no ordlunry hand or taslo had suggested tho arriiugcitiont. After having taken souto Btitnulants, Mrs. Samuel sent word for tho re porter to approach her bed-side. She met him with an extended hand tho loft one and said, in a sad tono: "I glvo you my left hand ; the right one Is gone. You'll llnd that poor, wrinkled mcinhor lying by itself in tho next room." Tho reporter asked her If she would care to tell him anything about tho tragedy of tho 28th. S...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 February 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1875. TROY JIERALD. WEDNE8DAY, FEB'Y 10, 1875. TIIKO. D. riRIICB. jon. a. muimj, Editor.. It Montgomery county lint no bonded indebtedness. Huppy. Montgomery. Tho legislators of New Jersey has elected Thomas F. Randolph to the United States senate. Virginia semis Kobcrt E. Withers to tlio senate, and Win. W. Eaton goes from Connecticut. Tbcroarc three hundred inmates in (lie Insano asylum at Fulton, and about eighty in the North-western Jusanc asylum at St. Joseph. Three of the Republican congress men from Missouri voted for the civil lights hill-Parker, Hyde and Ha vens. Mr. Stuuard spoke and voted against it. Tho lower house of congress has recently been tho thentre of scenes that would better become n street broil than the dignity of tho national legislature. Tho Mexico Leader denies nil the statements made in rcgord to the mis appropriation of Grange funds by the stuto Treasurer, and says Mr. Quls enberry has aeted "fairly, candidly, legi...

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