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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 April 1875

HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 7,1875. NO-14. THE TROY TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APKIL 7, 187C. LOCAL AND COUNTY NIWS. THE RAILROAD. Tlio contested election still hangs th e, and In the minds of many of our elllzons the railroad prospect Is far from bright. "While wo aro not dls posod to take a gloomy view of the situation, wo will not concent from our readers the fact that the condi tion of matters is not so satisfactory ns wo could wish. Tho unlookod-for and uuusuut decision made by Judge Edwards, that the case can bo onlcrud and continued without any bond of indemnity whatever, placus us en tirely, so tor as any trial of legality of the election is concerned, in the power of the contestants. If they agree to set an curly day for trial, h trial will bo had and the mutter will bo settled upon its merits. l)ut wo havo reason to know thul these par ties do not intend to bring about a pccdy solution of tho dilltculty, but rather prefer to profit by whatever advantage ...

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. — 7 April 1875

TUB TKOYHEltALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1875. LITTLE JACK mOST, 1 RUYMK l ()lt t'l.OSSIE. t.tttlo .T.iek Front went up the hill, Wutiliiag the mum no cold Mil tJiUI, Wutcbliiv tliestattjiiml the tuoou so bright, Ami laugblugaloudliku n crazy wight. Little Jack Frost ran Uowu the hill, I. .Hi- In Uhj night, when tho winds were Mill Lite In thu full, whou tlie leaves fell ilown, lied, and yellow, auii failed brown. Little .fuck frait walked through the tree", Ah," sighed the Uowutf, "Wo freeze, wo triieze !' Vh," sighed tlic grasses, "wodlc.woille!" Mild LltllcluckKiost. "Uood-liye, good-bye" Mllle .luck Frost tripped round und round, pi'f.tditi white uow on thu Iroxca ground Sipping the breezes Icing the streams, Ami chilling thu wui'iuth of thu sun's bright beam. Nobody saw hi in, still he was there, .No-cMllug., prank-playing, cveryw hero ; Ad tlirotiuh tho houses, out In thu struct, t'.ipcrlng wildly through storm and aleeet. .Hut when Daiuu Nature brought back thu Mirliw, Drought Im...

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. — 7 April 1875

TUB TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1875. a Hot nmta. A couplo of gentlemen, John Sluttli nud James Hi own, were seated in lliu unto room of a bath house, awaiting their "turns" lor a bath. After t hoy had got tired of twirl ing their thumbs, Smith asked Urown whether ho preferred a hot or cold bath, llrowo, who was rumarkubly fond of running a tltf on any one, Maid ho whs partial to hot baths, and enjoyed llicm so frequently that hu didn't tlilnk thcro was any other man in creation that could rcmuin in wa ter at the tcmperatura he ordinarily used. Smith was ono of that kind of men who never permit themselves to bo outdonu In anything, and one word led him on to another until at length Smith proposed the following wager, to which Drown agreed to at once : Two but lis in rooms adjoining were to be prepared, and cold water to tho depth of six inches to be let in. They were to outer at tho same instant tho hot wator tap then to be turned, and the one that first cried "enough" was to p...

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. — 7 April 1875

THE TKOYHERALD, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 7, 1875, TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1875. tiiko. w. riMitn j' Kaltora. JON. A. MVDDi Tho legislature hat passed a bill nuking it a misdemeanor for any 0110 to cany concealed weapons in any public assemblage or crowd. It be mine a law without the Governor's blguuttipo. Just before Its adjournment the legislature succeeded in sottllng tlto penitentiary squabble by killing tho "branch" bill will passing a tuensuru impropriating $90,000 for tho enlarge niont of the femalo prison in the pun ituiitlary ami adding fifty cells thereto; atidihe building of a hos pital. .. As was -anticipated, Gov. 11 aril In railed u special session of the logls lat lire, on Its adjournment, for the purpose of providing for tho man ngement of the penitentiary and (he extension of the system either by es tablishing a branch of tho present ntie or Increasing the capacity ol both and making appropriation lor pay luent lor the same, and making an up Itropriatiou for tho su...

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. — 7 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, .18,To, R. & J. ATKINSON, OF ST. CHARLES, MO., To their Friends in Lincoln, IPirrcw anil Montgomery Counties, r 1 WE We are happy to state that after two months work and considerable expenditure of money we have completed the extensive improvements and enlargements that have been in pi ogress in our store. We now occupy both of the spa cious, well-lighted store rooms in the Oberket ter building (same old stand), and have out goods CLASSIFIED INTO DEPART MENTS, by which arrangement we will be able to serve our Customers with a great deal MOKE EASE AND COMFORT TO THEM, and satisfaction to ourselves. CAN SAFELY SAY THAT OUR STORE IS INFERIOR TO FEW IN THE STATE FOR SPACIOUSNESS, BOOD LIGHT AND CONVENIENCE. While these changes were being made, our buyer has been purchasing A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF DE7 GOODS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. We have taken Advantage of the Depression and Low Prices prevailing in the Wholesale Markets, East and West, for t...

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. — 7 April 1875

THE TROY HlSttALD, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 7, 1875. i : of ISI.'i. mill to ractilrcvtcil iu lavor or. I aim a Ji. Cannon andukaiat John II. Honker and Knurl Aloalur, I liuvo lev ltd upon and seized a tire property of the above named lolui It, Monkcr ami Francis Monkcr, the lotion Ins described real estate, to-wlt : Jlu glnuliignt the quarter Miction comer on tlir linn dlvldlnir Miction :i and 4. tnwiishlo 48. range I cust.iiclnjf 4 rock from which a burr oak iniuciiu in utaiueier uear norm ;mj ne groes west, 47 lliikn. thcuee north 4 degree east. It chain' anil Ml link to a stake trom which ii (In oak ;Mi Indie In diameter bear north l!2 degrees Wrst, 4 link litlil do 10, south IHMlcgicfs west, 37 links, thence north 7'JJ degrees vv.lH chains ulid Ttllinkn t intake I rom which a burr oak 14 Inches In diameter hear south ;i'JJ degrees cast, links, and do 1 1, south 71 1 decreed west, tiStlnka, thence south 1 chains ii ml IK) link to a iitakaou the uni t leant lunik or t,itl re. from which a...

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. — 7 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1875. CHANGE OF FIRM IN H ARDWAR E llavlne liotijrlit out the Interest or Mr. Ltllolt III tills place. WcWoltld respectfully ns'k the attention of .tt.l. In need of anything In otir Hue to the Kmcrul assortment of TIXWAUK. liAHDWAHI'. lMPHOVKI) MACHINERY, AGUICULTUUAL im'LBMKXTS. WAGONS, &c. lutliulliii.viTjtliliijr usually kept In this line Cooking and Heating Stoves a Speciality. An experienced hand will bo always on litiud to attend to orders for ROOFING, REPAIRING, ETC, In all purls of the county. In sollelllni- the piitroimje or our friend and the public, elicrully, we are determined to muki- It to their interest to buy from us, us We will not be IJndersolil AtivmiciH'. tVe will I'XctiiuiKR rnr produce. erap. of Iron, eopper. brass, ran-', or cvi'ti Ilia CASH Itself, tall ui'd try us. B. S. CREWS U CO. Troy, Feb. 10. 175. TROr tiEJlALD JOB AND NEWSPAPER PRINTING EST A BUS HM'T iJEltrELRY; Watches, Clocks, SILVER-WARE. Louis Wolf gram, TR...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 7 April 1875

THE TROY IIEKALB, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1875. .LROY HERALD, r.rnutitKit by FISIlEIt, Ac MUDD, AT WiBO n Yciu- In Advanon. RATIS OF ADVIRTIIINO. i Kitmro 1 liiMvrtlon flW IJinli additional iiiocrtlnn 7ft AiltnlnWIrutmV Notice 3 0. r Intil Sctttetuunt NuticcK 00 Mrny Notice (kIiikIo stray) .1 oo ; mil niMltliiiiNl stray In ssnw notice. . 1 00 .Mhursl tli'iluutloiii wlH be made to rwmUr dvcrtlMr. AilvrrliNPtiiciilo will take the regular run rl the paper. Extra charge lllililu fur pre Itri'i'il places. No i-crtltlcate of pulilli-stlsn will be made ..mil cui-li publication Iiiin brcn paid fur. J In- non-oliKi-rvunvo uf tliU rule has been Ilii- mvnxlnii of imicli troubln nnd nctuul Ion. oiirtirniurc: V.twU In advance, mi cult. mIiiIIipih; i'itli on delivery, for Job work oil canli on dt'iiiiuid, foradvtrtlnciiiciiln. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Haitist. Hcv. Mr. Iluriilisin, pstr$ i i vlci'i on Mii'oiidHiHl third Kuudtiys, morn Snjr nml I'vcniii. CilitiHTUN. Kid. Wm. Mclnnn, pnotor; crvlcc tlri-t Sui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 14, 1375. NO. 15. VOL. 10. TRO HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APUIL 14, 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. Sco ilic ndverllscmcnt of II. Schroc dor, lullor. llu In a good workmuu and guarantees good Ills. None but the iikst brown rntlons at 10c, Ulackstone blench 12 1-2. Wool.KOLK Si GoltllON. A letter directed to Mrs. Francis Hamilton, Shamrock, Callaway coun ty, it bold for post ii go In this olllco. - The heaviest Ilrown Sheetings 10c., lighter weight 8 mid I) cents. NoltToN Si llAHI.AN. Messrs. Huckslep mid Errot gave a concert tin Millwood last Monday evening. Hun. Win. Priest was In town thU week. He hut miido a luilhlnl and honest representative. Cotlonadcs and jeans for spring wear, Iroin 12 to COe. per yard at it. & J. Alkluson's, St. Charles, Mo. The weather, tor some limp, bus been very variable. The warm, pleasant weather of the early part ol last week was succeeded by cold rain and wind, and on Monday there was it slight kiiow, which ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 April 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APKIL 14, 1875. i:tta EbnER'N trials. You know how It 1, my dear mar tied louder ; sho was coaxing, but lto was oron and would not bo coaxed, and pntloneo censing to bo a virtue, lie slammed his napci' upon the tabic, exclaiming: "I shan't go to your old Aunt Kctcltum, nor can I spare tho money lor your new bonnet." "It would bo no harm, Ed., to come. Aunt Kctchum is always glad to see u, and and I kunw you can ea sily ii Hold ma a now bounol," said his woak llttlo wlfn, Etta, and tho tears lif fe'nn to sparklo in her eyes the least bit. "It's no iisa to snlillo, Etta; T can't Sot tho bonnet, and I won't g." He put on his coat with u Jerk. "Am I to tuaku a noodle of myself, running with you to your Aunt Kctchum, al most out or the world, away up 'Hie hill' nud down the other side to the navy yard ? I will not go I You say your bonnet it shabby ; I'm no time to compare your bonnet with othr I'onnotM. I can't say wheth...

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. — 14 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1875. DRCAITI.rAIRICII. They aro a mlily, shadowy, otiftl tlvo troop from tho spirit land, wh. touch you with tucli dellcato yot tuoit potent fingers, that yuu aro lain lo believe their magic Is only the in n eh bepraised and misunderstood faculty -imagination. That mental quality, betide it other functions, is in this case only a suitable canvas on whose ready surface (hone dream ones paiul with wondrous graco, and such tender, truthful, often gleeful sometime mournful brushes dip ped, unseen, in marvelous colon (hat thtlr pictures, hanging in tho gallery of innn'a memory, make him an art lover, though ho will not always ad 1 11 1 1 the fact, li it of any consequence to them whether a man ho cross (trained, sour, uncomfortably ugly? Vary little. J' or thoy havo sweet nets and sunlight at their call, and can let them down upon him In such nun. lire that hit narrow soul ex pands, for a while, at least, until they have time to charm with a picture...

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. — 14 April 1875

THE TltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 1675. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, Al'ML II, 1875. JON. A. miIDD, J MIIOM. IIUTUIIINSt Tlici'o must bo an Ineslsllblo clinrm about thU iiNino to tho St. Louis pn per. It I almost Impossible io pro euro ii copy of nny Journal published lit that city In which from otic In four columns nro not ilovoteil to llutehlns, anil v(! hope our renders will pardon Hit, If, catching I ho mania, wo ilcvolc n small space ourselves to ouo of the most notorious characters of the Mule, or the most abused anil ma Jlt'iiud gentleman that walks the Mrecls of tho metropolis of tho West. And in doing so, we cannot suppress the feel ii,' and belief that he Is more tinned against than sinner. It will lie remembered tli.t W. II l.aekland, who was his competitor lor representative of tho sixth waul of St. Louis ut tho last election, and who was counted out by the judges of election, instituted suit against these judges for framluleiicy. The sent, of Mr. Jliilchlns was also cont...

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. — 14 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1875. Spring Trade of 1875. THE "Cash House" Still Ahead. XV c have just received, nnri hnvc now on exhibition The Lara est ami Best Selected Stock or iscasonaoie uooas Ever Oflered in Thin County. We bought all Our Cotton Goods be fore the Recent Advance, and are Offering them at the Old Figures. Our Stock of Piece Goods for Men' nml Rovm' Wear, embrace everything in tnn line, aim we can pieaNe ine moil JattiilioiiM in 4,Siiit to Order." Our Clothing Stock In Villi and Attractive, and at Price that cannot be Duplicated by any Store in the County. Our Shoes for Lad lew, .TIimmcn and Children are of the Latest Style, llt'Nt Quality and how-ext I'riccM. A Large Stock of Hats Rough! from a Bankrupt Stock at about fifty fJentw on i lie ifouar SUGAR. COFFEES, TEAS & FANCY GROCERIES, CHEAP 9 9 9 Wto propose to sell fjoofls Cheaper than ' they can lie ttoStl Sty anybody that don't May a ta d toclif'or Cash, HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE, WE...

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. — 14 April 1875

THE TROY IIERAI.D, "WEDNESDAY, APKIL 14, 1875. A DMINISTUATOU'S NOTICH U. Notice I hereby given Hint letter of .-niiiiiiiisiraiiou wcro granuil initio miner iancd administrator of tin: estate of .lnti !' u l'ainn, deceased, on tin .list day of March. 1N7.V l'eron Imvliijj el-ilni against said r-tatc are t'i'iiilreil to exhibit them In the tnlminl-l.-alur lor allowance Within olio year from date ofsald letter, rrthcv maybe precluded Irom any lietictlt fail ctain: and If nut i lilliiieil fur allowance ttlthiulwo years, they will hclnrctcr barred. i.li-Tp (iKO. W. I'AUSON!, Adm'r. i mix i st uX'vo iFs not i c v.. 1 V Ntlu l herein elicit that tellers ol :idndnltr.ition. with will annexed, were .T.imril to the uiidci'li;ncd on the estate of .tolm IViiiM. ileeM. hy the I'rnbatc i Hint of Lincoln oountv, Mo ., I. tl i day .March. I,;:.. Persons hat Ins; claim ai:dnt said estate !. ivipilrcd to i.hlbit them to the admin-btralcrlornllnivani-e within one vear Irom l lie date of .ild letter, ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 14 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1875.9 r. XVOTIOIS. H. Internal I TROY HERALD Ituvcnuo. rtetliil Tax', Mny 1, lir.5, to April :o. The UevlsTilNtatlltPsof the United States e-pctlons :IJ.IT, :J3rt hiiI .'liMi. reittlre. everr person ptiij.iired In any business tir i;m plnvinciit w hlcli renders It I in liable, to it pe daf lax. to procure ami ilit-- 'llilfiitt!ly In III? (iuiillliiMctit or place of business u stump dcnotlm.' tin' payment or said special tux lor the special lux year licxIiiiiliiK May 1, IftT.'i. berore. commencing or continuing business after April .'!, l7.". Tin' taxes embraced In tin- provisions of (lie law above quoted aro the lollowln;,', via : Ueellliern m"0 Hellers, retail liquor 2."t.lMI DialiM. whole-ale liiinr loium I toilers Iniualt liquor-, wholtsulo .Vmm Jieah r In mall liquors, retail 2i.tni I tod. r In Icar loWeo -J.! no Itetall dealer III li'.tr Kibaeeo fiOU.rM Anil mi Miles of over fl.omi. fiOcenti t'orcverv dollar In excess of 81,00'). Iifalcr h...

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. — 14 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 14, 1875. iTROx' HERALD, rjBMstiKU nr FISHER & MUDD, AT ll.."0 u "Voni iu Advtiiicjtt. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I Square t luu-rtlnn $1 M) Knrli ailclltlon.nl iimcrtloii "5 A(l:iiii)llriili)i'K' Notice 3 off I innl M'ttlcntoitt Noiici'H ;l (N) Mrny Notlcei (lnip stray) a on i (ich mlilltloiml stray In nuiiii! notice. 1 00 Liberal ilcihictluiin will be uiado tu regular stlvertler. AihoriUemciit will tako the rcfjnlnr run I tin' paper. Kxtra charges made Tor pre lum tl place. No celllllcatr nf publication will lio made .Hill Mich publication linn been paid tor. I In- muwilivrviuice of tills rulo tutu been tlir necalnli of tiutcli trolllilf nml ncttlnl Into. Our tiTin arc: f,'ali In advance, un sub iititi(iiii; euli mi delivery, for Job work lid cali mi iJvinuliil, liirmtvurtlncliiPiiU. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Ham 1st. Ucv. Mr. Itiiriiliain, pa'tor; htIi'cm nn hi'ioiiil ami tlilrilfiiiHla, morn I ll' innl cM'iiilij;, CiinihTiAS. Klil. Win. Mrloan, pator; mt...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APHIL 21,1875. NO 10. TRO HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1876. LOCAL AND OOUNTY NlWt. Genuine two button Alexandre kid glove at Nohtow & Harlan's. Tho now advertisements lu thli paper will repay porutal. We have no baits on any parllculnr line or goods but sell evertthing CbOOp. l'ARKKK, WKKK8& UO. In the probate court last week more business wai transacted than at any previous session. Tho spelling school innuia har struck Louisiana, aud IhoiYen reports lots f luu. A letter directed to Caswell county Milton. Mo., John J. Onto, Is held in the post office, at this place, for post age. Tho legislature did a good thing when It made thoso arrant humbugs Profs. Broadhcad, Potter aud Leon hard, of the state geological bureau tep down and out. Victor F. L. Cormant, who taught writing school hero last summer, died last Friday morning in New Hope where he hod opened a writing school He formerly lived lu Clarksville where ho leaves som...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1875. TROY HERALD: VVKDXKSDAY, APUlh 21, 1875. wutwAHD march or jpomti OAli PUWSN, Tlio vott dominion of the Atncti can Union are divided, a all tlio world know, between two clauses if communities thoto which ore tully organized and havo taken their plaoj as mills of government, and inoso which arc still partially unor ganized and huvi! no share In noiul nutlng or directing tlio federal ati tliority. Tho former ctass aro the Males, the latter, tho territories; but the peculiarity of tho American iys Cent is (hut every undeveloped por tion is slowly ripening by a steady process, and preparing, when the proper time comes, to be rained to tho dignity and power of a constituent member of tho federation. That lime may bo delayed by political dif ficulties,, but if a territory continues to grow It must assuredly obtain rcc ignition as a Alain. The admission mf Colorado and New Mexico Into the federal pact has for a long tinio been discussed In America...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WDSJDAT, APRIL 21, 1875. Won by a Game of Cards. "For Christine!" 'For Christine I" the stranger re peated, as ho took a place at tlio ta ble, whllo thu old woman, with a ringing laugh, shuffled the cards oncg more, und agulnthcguino went on. It wan a wild, weird scene, which perhaps could not have been wit Messed In any other part of the globe. A group of men in every descrip tion of dress, numbering no less than m hundred, stood looking on -some In silence, some uttering oaths and bandying coarse Jokes, us llicy stood watching Madam Dupray, tho wick- edost woman of tho Colonies, llucce her last victim. Two weeks before she had an nounced that she should set her daughter up to be played far. If tho man lost ho was to pay madam one hundred pounds ; If ho won- Chris lino was to pass into his bunds, the madam's control over her at an cud. This was madam's latest game, and in anticipation of this sho had kept her daughter in seclusion. Only Tow had ever .looked upon he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 April 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 18tt. TROY J3ERALD.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1875. J on. A. HliDD, J Eaiiere. The total valuation of property, real and personal, hi Warreu county, $1,833,264. Hczekluli M. Porter, delegate elect to the cotiatitutlotial convention from i ho lovcnlh district, tins resigned. Gov. Hnrdln has ordered nn election lor the 4th of May to All the vacancy, Thoro are 1,190 Smiths in St. Louts. Thomnnwho is fearful that this Il lustrious uqiiio will run out may rest irasy for a melioration or so. A ma jorlty of Iho little Smiths arc boys. Hon. Mortimer Mcllhany of Mex ico and Gen. John S. Marmaduko of St. Louis liavo been appointed rail road commissioners, to 111 1 the va cancy occasioned by tho resignation ut Messrs. Spaunhorst and Young. Mississippi has a paper called the Sea Shore Gazette. It ought to bo printed on euud-papor. O. lie imbliean. And lilted with asurl-clt of news. JV. T. Mail. About the llcuch-cr trial. liotton Advertiser. And give us a graphi...

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