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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 April 1875

THE TROY HERAJLD, WEBKESDAT, APRIL 21 1875. Spring Trade of 1875. THE "Cash House" Still Ahead. We have just received and have now on exhibition, The Largest and Best Selected Stock of Seasonable Goods Ever Ottered in This County. We bought all Our Cotton Goods be fore tne tiooom Aavanoop nu mm Offering them at the Old Figures. Our Stock of Piece Goods For Wen's find noy' Wear, embraces everything in tlia' line, anu we enn mmc famidioiiN in ' Suits to Order." Our Clothing Stock In Full and Attractive, and at PriccN that cannot he Duplicated ly any store in me vouuiy. Our Shoes For Ladle. IWiiwes and Children are of the Latest Styles, Best Quality and Lowest Prices. A Large Stock of Hats Bought lrom a Bankrupt Slock at about Fllty Cents on the Hollar SUGAR, COFFEES, TEAS & FANCY GROCERIES, CHEAP jffi propose to sell goods Cheaper than thev can be sold bp anybody that don't liny and Sett for Cash. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE. WE TOT TOniV ALL THE SURPLUS WOOL IN THE (0. ...

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. — 21 April 1875

I THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co. OV BROOKLYN, K. Y. NORTON It ACKERMAN, Air cuts. CM CAPITAL, 1,000,000 1SSBTTS, 1,800,000 fMC Pnl4 In the Paul 0 Years, OYER NINE JtllfiLIOnr BOLIjARS. Nnw 1m tlso Tlmo to IiiMtiro In n ITii Mt-lasM Com imny. Will also Injure against dntnnire by 'lightning, on dolaehcd farm dwellings and residences, whether 11 ro ensues or not. 4JFFICF AT BANK DU1LD1NO. vl0n4ylp lamoleda Hotel, 7701", .... JfO THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprlotorn. THIS IS A FIKST-CL ASS HOTEL furnished In good style, with it table Mippuca wun mo wen mo inarsei unoras. Stranger stopping in Trey will Mud here all tnc conn oris 01 nonie. THE BAR Is stocked with strictly prim Liquors, sues mi Rraudic. Whisky, Wines, Alss, Ohm, tg. : also tne miest nrunai or cigar. 2nlft J. O. FINLKY. ARCHER liANKHKAD FINLEY k BANKHEAD, CiunilHHlon merchants Foil THE 0AI.K or CATTLE, HOfJS St MHEEP orrtci! Union ttook Yards, St. Louis, Mo. Stock told at ull the yards. Lib...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2U 1875. . KOTIOB. 17. N. Interims Uovomic, Ktiiuuliil Xuxum, Moy 1 Mrs, to April :so. The Itevlsed .Statutes or tlic United States Section iiti'J, m;, aMand 3w, rcimlro uvcry person engaged in any business or cm ploymuiit which roiidern liitu IIhIiIc tou apj elaf tax, to procure and place conspicuously In hit i'tmllliiiient or place or biiines ii stump denoting llin payment of said special tux lortlio xniM'Inl lux yi'nr beginning May I. INT."). before commencing or continuing lulncs after April fsl, IH'ft. Tin! taxes cmbrai-cd In the provisions or the Inw above imutcd arc tlie following, via : Hcetlll.-rs loti.oo lcaler, retail liquor 2.V00 le-ilcrs. wholesale lupior loo.uu IKviIitn In uiuit liquors, wholesale fsi.no Jieult in III mall Unworn, retail SH.no Healers In li-ur tobacco !tt 00 Itclall dealers in leaf tobacco frfW.OU And on sales of over I, WKI, W) cents threvcrv ilnllnr In excess ol 1,000. II. ali rs In nrinufat'liircd tobacco .V00 Manuf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 April 1875

THE TEOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 21, 1875. I'ROi HERALD, FISHEXt &. MUDD, AT 4I1.SO a Yank In Advanoo. RATKS OF ADVERTISING. I ixiMtro Unsertldn 1 M Kacii lulilltionai insertion,... AilmluMrntnrii' Notice Him I Settlement Notice f tray Notice (stafle stray) Lul-Ii mlilillonal otrav in same notli'6.. ft a oa a oo 3 oo 1 oo I.lhoral deductions will be tnado to regular atlvcrllwr. AtlvertlMimonU will Uke tlio regular run tt the paper. Kxtra caurges mado for pro fernnl pluriii. No wrtlilcalo of publication will bo made intll such publication hm been paid for. J be nonobaervatico of thin rule lias been .iliu nccnulon of much trouble ind actual 1oa. Our terms urn t C'mIi in advance, un sub- i iiiuion ; cHnib nn iiciivcry, ror Job worn nil cash on demand, for advertisement. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Havtiht. Itov. Mr. Hurnhain, pator; sen-tees on necondond third Sundays, morn ing and evening. Christian. Eld. Wm. Mclonn, pastor; service llrt SnnU ty In each month, morn 1K and evening $ prayer-...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., APRIL 28,1875. NO 17. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APltIL 28, 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NKWt. Boys' wool hots SOcti, fiOcti, & Sell, from n bankrupt slock. Woolkolk & Gordon. A nlco lino of Ladles', Misses' nnd Chlldrcu's ict-tiG, calf, kid and goat shoes. Nohton & Haul ax. The sacrament of tho Lord's supper will be administered in tho Presbyte rian church on next Sunday. Pre paratory services on Friday night und Saturday morning. Grand matter of tho alalc grange, T. R. Allen, will speak at the court homo, In this place, at 3 o'clock this ( Wednesday) afternoon ; and at Millwood the day following. We wcro the first to establish low prices, wo have maintained all through, and are now selling goods cheaper than any other store in the county. Wooi.folk & Gokdon. Comiikction. Among the local advertisements of the Ihsuo of the 11th lust., some of tho figures in 11. & J. Atkinson's price list of un bleached cotton and calico...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 April 1875

THE TBOY HEllALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1875. TheMcDermotts of Ballybane. An Irish Story of Real EstaU. From Chamber's Jotirnnl.1 The bunt "holding" of land on Hie llallybano property was that of old Darby MaeDermott. His crop wero ulwayH first sowed, mid first homo ; lils haggard, tho neatest and bout thatched; hl fences In tho best con dition, and his hoiiso tho snuggest In tliu village. Darby was never a day liuhiudlitind wilh his rent. Tho first l Mny mid the first of November found him, wet or dry, good season or bad season, at tho ofllco with his old worsted Mocking, in tho very corner of which his half year's rent J:y safely counted, lie was n decent old man, who always minded his bus iness, and attended to his duties, and J i till few troubles in tho course of his three seoro years and ten. lio had two sons, Murtin, the eldest, a dark li:iudsoiiio.tiiaii, with a square, heavy face, and a pair of dark, restless, glittering eyes a man who...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 April 1875

t THE TROY HEUAXiD, WEDNESDAY, APIttl, 28, 1875. mom: ui.uoii. Tliero npiioarcil lit u large part of Wtftliii'sdny's Issuo of thn 'June u two-column necnitnt of nuolhur trag edy near tlm liotiin of tlio mother of tin; Tiiihim boy. All of tlio facts ills elusuil ill tlio eoroner's Iihjiic-I provo it In have) been tmu of the darkest eiintcM Hint ever nfipnllott a commit nlty. Daniel II. Askew, n (pilot fur liter of f'lirxt reputes ninon-x his neigh bors, wits filial to clout li wltliln a (nv feci of his own ilouritap, J list after dark Moiul.iy evening. Ills wife, on hairing three shots tlri(1, rtuhud out nnil found hint speechless with throe htillel hotel throtitfli hU henil. She saw no one, and heard no sounds of rotrciitiu footsteps. Itirt no.t nioniin gups In the fence nnil liorse. I rack:) through the premises froiii the highway, indicated how he litd been waylaid. The murderers n few minutes utter tint shooting hnlled the house, of Mr. Henry Soar-, coolly minounci'd their exploi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 April 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 187o. TROY J3ERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1875. It Is Mid Mint Senator Morton has avowed lilnHclfn candldato for Pros iilcnt, and that ho looks with dUdaln upon Grant's third term aspirations. Well, wo can probably trip up Mor ton and his crutches as easily as we could Grant ; but then tho latter will probably develop the same tenacity in this race that ho did when ho rodo tlio circus trick mule. Attorney-General Williams, tho innn who allowed partisan feeling to control all his opinions In tuattors toncernliig the South, rather than ills knowledge of constitutional law (If indeed ho possessed any kuowlcdgo thereof) lias resigned. It Is said his rcl,'iiullou has boon demanded by the President. That appears somo what strange, unless Grant has found nuothcr brothur-lu-law that he wants to glvo the place to; lor Williams has certainly compromised tho dignity ot his prof'esKlou In bending to tho will of tho thiriMcrmcr in all his opinions ti fleeting...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 1875. Bargains ! Bargains ! J.O. MITTELBERGER & SON, St Charles, Mo., " ARE RECEIVING THEIR IMMENSE STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SOOTS, SttOES, &C, EVERT PURCHASER WILL DO WELL TO EX AMINE OUR GOODS AND COMPARE PRICES BEFORE PU CHASING ELSE WHERE, AS We will not be Undersold By any House West of New York City, ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL LINE OF Dress Goods, Silks, Grenadines, Black Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Handkcrch iefs, Hosiery, Corsets, Ties, Kid Gloves, Table Linens, Towels, Shirtings, Sheetings, Cassimcrcs, Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Fans and Notions, , French Prints, American Prints, Boots and Shoes. EVERY DEPARTMENT IS NOW COMPLETE WITH NEW AND ATTRACTIVE GOODS, AT LOW PRICES, AT THE NEW STORE OF J. C. Mittelberger & Son, IN OPERA HOUSE BUILDING, ST. CHARLES, MO. GIVE THEM A CALL 50,000 POUNDS OF WOOL WANTED. H. SOHROEDER, MSfHOMftU TXILO, TROY, MO. All kinds of Tailoring neatly executod at the low est rates vlOnU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 April 1875

THE TBOY HKBAXD. WEDNESDAY, APBIL 28, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co, Of IH.OOKLYX, N. Y. NORTON , & ACKERMAN, CASH CAPITAL, 1,000,000 ASSETTS, 1,800,000 I.ommi'n Paid in (liu Vnnt so vcniN, ovuk six is 7311.1,10 nOM.ABi. IVovIm11i TIih toIiiMiii'u 111 11 .l''!. H-lllHM Clllll" 1HII.V. Will nlso insure ngnlnst dntnniro by lightning, on delimited farm (1 wclliiifT mill residences, whether lire ensues or not. OF FICF AT I1AXK I1UILDINO. vl0u4ylp Xaaclede Hotel, mo v. .... mo THORNHILL & BUSWELL, THIS IS A F1UST-OLASS W)TFL furnished In Kood style, with its table supplied wllli tin: lift tlio iiisirkrt uilonl. Straiiircrs stoppingln 'Iruy nill II ml liLiu ull the comfort r home. T1IK 33AK Is top;p.l with strlelly prime Liquors, suet! a llranille. Vuiky. Wliuv. Ale, Uin, i ti : also the iliiCBt bruiMls or cigar. '.'nlA J. U. FtNI.KY. AIU'IIEU HASK1IKAD FINLEY & BANKHEAD, ComiuiMion Merchants volt the balk or CATTLE, HOCiJ & MIIEEP Union Stock Yards, St. Louis, Mo. Muck sold a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 April 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 1875. . Internal Hovonuo, Muectlttl laxuM, Mny It iNra, to Aiiii uO, iro. ' Tin- llcvlned Stiilulcsnf Hip United 8UtM? section .mi. ivxi, am nd kh. require every person r(teKl In mrbulnei or em ployment which render him liable to a "pe rU tux, to procure and pluce conspicuously In hii rtahllshmcnt or place of business ii stamp denotlin? tliu payment or fald special tux for the special tux your bcKliihlhjr May I. ;.". before eonimciicinjf or continuing hulnes after April M-lNTo. The tuxe embraiTil In the provision or tliu law above quoted are tliu following, 1 : ItfClllllTN Healer, retail lliiuor I leulrr. xvholesale liquor Healer In malt liquor, xvhok.ale l -mK i'i In mull liquors, retail II.. ill. I'd III ll'Ilf loli.lCCO 'J.'l.(H) lIXMM M.00 !!(I.II0 8& IK) Itctnll dealer In leaf tobacco rioo.uo And on sale of over I,IK, .'lO cents for every dollar III excess or ipi.uw. IIimIiis hi manufactured tobat-uo r.lXI rxMMi 1.011 !M.t)ll lO.IMt 10.0...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 April 1875

THE TROT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 28, 1875. TROT HERALD, p-jBLiamo by FISHER Sc MUDD, IT fill. SO n Year InAdvanoo. HATH OP -ADVIRTItlNO. I square Mnsertlon, , (1 M Karh additional Insertion 7ft Administrators' Notices 8 W r Inul Settlement Nortecs 8 00 p tray Notices (slnxle stray) 3 on fcuih nddlttonnl stray In samo notice. . 1 00 l.llnTal di'ductlons will be made to rsaulsr ttlvertlsws. Advertisement will take the regular run cl Hip iiicr. Extra charges made for pre-Ivrri-d place. No certlllcatc nf publication wilt bo made jtitll such publication haa been paid for. J lie noiholm'rvancc of this rule Tia been tin- oocukIoii of much trouble nnd actual loss. Oiiricrms are: Cash In advance, on sub i rltitlon ; cash on delivery, for job work nu cash on demand, for advertisement. CHURCH DIRKCTORY. Baptist. Uov. Mr. Ilurnham, pastor; service on second and third Sundays, morn Injr and evening. CimiHTUN. Kid. Wm. Mcloan, pastor; service flfft Sund ly In each month, morn Ihk and ctcnlng; pr...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MAY 5,1875. NO. 18. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. MAY 6, 1876. LOOAL AND COUNTY NlWt. 2,601) yards standard Calicoes IS yds for $1. AVooLFOLK & Gordon. Look out for New Goods this wcok at tlio Dry floods Headquarters. rAitKF.n, Wekics & Co. A nice lino of Ladies', Misses' nml Children's- sorgo, calf, 'kid mid goat sllCCS. NOKTON & llARLA.V. It is to bo presumed that tlio man who wrote, "Taste the sweetness of delaying," didn't have tho prosoul spring In view. Dr. Hull has removed his office to the drug storo of M. N. McLellan & Co,, where ho may be found at all times when not actively engaged in visiting patients. Unclo Billy Clark, or somo ono on Ids farm, disturbed tho nest hiding vf a lot of rats, one day last wcok. One man and a dog dispatched about sixty of these domestic littlo aulinals. A good pair men's heavy boots for 82 60: bovk'.nlow shoes for $1 : men's plow tdiocs lor $1 ; women's shoes for l : children's mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1875. The Sacrifice for Love. II Y P. V. It was In Juno, during one of the warm iiioi'liliuuitl evenings ul tho fair month of roses, thnt a' young ninn was seen to discretely open this main utilranrodoor of a beautiful villa, sit tinted nt liulf u Icuguo from 1'avia. JIh carried uvnlisouud had u gullar swungover his shoulder. With rapid slops ho passed down tho avenue and through the great gate and at once look tho road lending to tho town, but ore long stopped Leforo a cottage hidden midst u rich screen of verdure like a nest. Sheltered beucutli a spronding tree ho touched tho chords in His guitar; the notes, in their pe culiar sntiucss, souuiieo iiko tuo soil i-ouud of an Euliuti harp. For a mo ment he Wuiled uud listened i n ton 1 1 v, then again touched tho instrument lightly, and, us ho did so, a girl op pcarcd, attired in the plot urosquo cos i time of tho Lombard peusmit. With n low cry, sho threw herself...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY ff9 1875. A Pctrltlea rorcet. Among California's moit notable Wonders may bo iNetitloned tlio pot r I fled forest, eltunted In the moat ro mantic scenery of mouiiUln wild, about hair way between twoatiinmor resorts Mark West Springs, of So iiorn county, und Sallstoga Springs, In Napa county. In peaking of thuie wouderftil specimens of petiiHod wood, wo falu would connect them with lomo mysterleus detlgtu of un tnrc for what purpose U left with ninii to coujocturo. Here In a moun tainous region, wild and weird, with rugged blurt of volcanic formation, acnuruted by doeit and gloomy can yons studded with dense foliage of modern growth, Tno tourist pursues Ida uiiuveu wny ninoug the cvor-vn- rylug and rotnuntlc aoenoa or a winrt Inir rood, cut in the ntcep and rocky hWIo of high mountains, between which Mark West Creek winds Its wny, splashing ami tumbling over und around thu rugged edge ot aome iinmcnso bowlder that has, in times pnst, occupied n mora el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 May 1875

1 THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, J875. TROY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY fi, 1875. TIWU. . riHMUH, I J OH. A. iHllUD, j Editor. Waldo P. Johnson Is being put fer ward as a candidate for president of (ho constitutional convention. The Republican's of Ohio haven't yet succeeded In getting any 0110 to take tho fleld against Win. Allou for governor next full. There is now in tho state treasury $1,181.01 recovered from bodies of tho victims of tho stenincr Stonewall tils niter, several years ago, thut has never been claimed. The constliutlonnl convention meets in Jcllcrsou City to-day. It is t hought the convention will organize, ii ml then adjourn until full, which would probably bo hulled by the grungo members with satisfaction. Attorney-General Williams' resig nation was accepted by tho Presi dent, and Judgo Edward Picrrepont or Now York has been appointed to till the vacancy. Ills resignation takes place on tho loth Inst. Grant pronounces it blessing upon Williams. Tho Xew York Sun's W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1875. J. C. .Iflttclbcrffer & Bon. Will tell you brown cotton nt 6, 7 12 to 10c per yard; blcuchcil cotton nt , 8 1-4,(10 to 12 1.2c; calicoes 6 14, 8 to 10c;kIikIiiiis'1( tol21-2o; wliito bed gjn ouds T, $1 to 4 ; pique, 16, 20, J,') to 40c ; table Hiioiii25,85,60 to 90c; towel crashes 5, 10, 15 to 20c; cotton; mloi 1.'), 2Q, 20 to 85c; corsuts'JS, 50 to 41 a piece. ' bt. Charles, Mo. Another stock of Calicoes, Per !le, Lawns, Linen Saltings, Fancy Alpaccn, White Planes, Silk Poplins, Illnuk Groiiiidlnos, JJlnck Alpaccaaud Mohairs. Woor.Kot.K & Uokdon. Ncliuctseisfest. On the 17th day or May, 1875, the utiuual schuotzctifcst of sclitietr.eti t'nuipnny Xo. 1, in Warren county, Mo., will take place on tho shooting "i-oiimU of suld company. All thorn Interested nro friendly Invited. ilKNUHY IIOHNKMKYKII, President. j ko. Bt.ock, Scc'y. 1 n 18 TO TUB PUBLIC, In view of tho early expiration' of tho term of tho Public School depart ment of tho P...

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

X. THE TROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co, OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. NORTON & ACKERMAN, 11SII CAPITAL, 1,000,000 ASSETTS, 1,800,000 liOHRCR Pnld In lite Paul JO Years, OVER NINE ITIIIXIO DOLLARS. JV w Iw tlio Tlino to Iniiuro In a IPit Ht-lUMM Com. pnny. 'Will n1o insure ngnlnstdamnjroby lightning, on dutached farm dwelling mid rcildoticos, whether flro ensues or not. OFFICF AT BANK DU1LDING. Vl0n4ylp laaolede Hotel, T n or, .... jro THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprietor!. THIS IS A FIRST-CLASSHOTEL furnished lii good style, with it table supplied with tlio bet tho market affords. Stranger stopping In Troy will tiiid here ull the comforts of home. THE BAR 1 Mocked with strictly prime Liquors, sues s llmndlcs. Whisky. Wines, Ale, Oln, etc. : also the thiest brand of elgr. Jiilfi J. G. FINI.KY. AROIIEIt 1IANKHEAD F1NLEY & BANKHEAD, ConniiiMhion Merchants rou tiik alk or CATTLE, HO At M1EEP offick: Union Stock Yards, St. Louis, Mo. Stock sold at till thn yarl. Lib...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1875. R 80MB OF INDUCEMENTS OFFERED HI & J. ATKINSON, OF ST. CHARLES, 3IO.: WE HAVE RECEIVED THE PAST WFEK Over 150 Pieces New Spring Dress Goods, Which we are selling at 10, 15, 20 and 25o per ya-d. na mm Bit Brains. Men of sroKt Intellect aro ironoinlly provldod with largo liratui. Largo bralnt, on tho other hand, ilo not lu suro a great intellect. If tho paste- nor unto 01 a urnin It unusually ao vcloped, It limy add to tlio totullty of cerebral weight, but not ueccssurlly to intellectual power. Daniel Web ster's brain weighed ilfty-ioven oun ces, nud thoso of Culivler, Nupolcoii, and James Flsk, Jr.. still more. Thoso were an men or genius, sucii wot not win. no well, u wucKsmiin, who plied deud front excess ol drink in indlnnntiolls saloon llrtj other night. lie wus of umisunl size, weighing over 300 pounds. A part ol bis adlposo tlssuo was, no doubt incro nleolioliu bloat. Still, ho hud u more tliun ordinarily mass vo oiiruti- Izntlon. Hi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 5 May 1875

TJIE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5 1875. THO-i'- HERALD, r jnusiiKi) nv 11 S II EH, & MUDD, AT 1..?0 a Ymr In A.lvniic. Now stock of lints, Clothing, llool nun shoe, tor inn warm weather, at i no uiy uoon iicauquaricrs. 1'ARKKR, WEKK8 & Co. Sprhijf unci summer Cnssimcrci for 1........ .. m i uujb wviir, u mid (o com per yam Wnol.POLK & tioHDON. Tlio nobbiest lint lor $1.60 in town. Norton & Harlan. Teachers who desire stato ccrtlfl- RATES OF ADVERTISING. I square 1 liinTtlon $1 M Kuril additions! lnrrtlnn TA Ad'.iilnlntrutiirs' Not kin 3 OA iinZ::::. SJ:CMe9 caM ,invo a opportunity i-m li tultlltlnmil mimv In Mini! iinticc,. 1 oo to pt'oouro them without the troublu i,h"rTJl,L'll0M" w,n be ,,,adc t0 rcru1r j nml cx,,0.0 f going to Jcflbrsou Ailtpi'ilki'inniila will Inkn flip ppL'iiliir run CI t V. to lin fiynmtiiml liofni-n 1 1 K Imn. .., .1... 1 I.. I. .It...!., .....-1 . l I till 'tl'l UAll it VlliligVD lllrtUV IUI ltV lured place. Nil eerllllenlr nf lilllilliitlo...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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