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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MA 12,1875. NO. li). TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NBWt. Bee Martin Scdlacek'a uow adver tisement in this issue. Head tlio advertisement of Lewis Vertrces. Ho has just put his ma chine in perfect order ami is prepared to do the best of work. If yoi aro sick mid would be well, lust keen cool during this warm weather. For this purpose nothing is hotter than iced lemonade. McLol Un & Go. will furnish you fine fresh lentous at 10 cents a dozen. Mr. 11. It. Elder, Millwood, Mo dosircs us to inform our readers that his carding machine is in perfect or der and he will bo ready as soon as tho weather permits to turn out the best quality of rolls, at lowest prices , -o- m . 1 The Princeton Advance, a neat right column folio, comes to us with tho nnmo of our old friend, Dr. D. 11. Campbell, formerly of this place, as editor. Tim doctor gets up a reada blc paper and wo hope to sco it l'C' eclve the patronage it d...

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. — 12 May 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 187fi. XV TRJUNJU.K BC0. A I mmintg'd through, the attic, Listening to the falling rain. .f it puttered on the shingles, Ami against the window pane ; 'replug over ulieiU and boxes, Which, with duit were thickly aprcad, saw I In the farthest coiaer ' hat wat once my truad.e bed. ;h. I lrow It from the receu, Where It had remained so Ion;, Hearing all the while the music .Of my mother' voice In t ong ; i tang In tweet accent, What I lnec have often read "Hush, my dear, lie still and -lumber, Holy Angcli guard thy bed.'' A I lUtvticd, recollections, That I thought bad been forgot, (,'jimc with all the gush of tncm'ry, limbing, thronging to thenpot. Airl I wauder'd back to childhood, To thoio merry days of yore, W H,?u I knelt beside my mother, . it tht bed upon the floor. 'IV'i-u It wai, with hand- no gently I'j.icsd upon my Infant head, 'I'luit hc taught my lips to. utter 'artfully the word shs told; Nrvcr,vau,...

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. — 12 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1875. I. ... . ... a a I . a a a a . a a . va a .. Sr. .. i-iichiuan's iicneBHT. flndhimteiriurrounaeatiyanaamir ine inia Aamiraoie rooio. uti Ins ILmh r man amt aMmiin. ohnliliat hn Wll a lawvar. fall OStatB . . . I ' f. INIVIIB W . ..... TT W...W.., I - ' - " weokt it wu believed he would Iom off kit tpectacles u be walkt Into tho J LUUMD S X51"VW. NEW GROCERY STORE. ASBWtS-JBKi MU f f wnwwi.il i w i miw ,iSlnW-Uon were mated te the jtBdi t- trait many Hum. Chariot B. LewK of the rotroltl00 0f hit eyes, but it was saved. It room, aud opent the court at exactly Free Prut, it about 88 years ol age. WM forty dayi before he could walk, 8 o'clock, lie disposes of caict rap lilt nallvo place it Liverpool, Medina I tna ,, C2I at, auow th marks of I Idly. The court it one ef tho city's county. Ohio, about ieventyflvo the explosion. He bad atarled from great attractloni. Country Mlcht miles from Cleveland. Hit father Lansliig with two tults of clothes ga...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 May 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY MAY 12, 1875. TRQY JIERALD. WEDDAY, MA(Y W, 1876. JM. A. MVBB, JMltara, r:(. Tho P.aHftyrg Lever comet to us enlarged ana gives evidence of prt ipcrlty.' il'l a'gbod Journal ajid wo wvo glad to note its success. Its looks woulO, Ue improved, however, if it Vrould discard the large poster type ylili which some of Its ads. aro dlt l.ilayed. Resides striking through and rendoring tho reading matter on opposite pages indistinct, they look badly ; but a consideration greatly in their favor It, they pay well, i i - Fanatics howl that Wnldo P, Johu u was.eloctcd president of the con Miiulioual oouvoutioii becauso ho was a "rebel." A hundred yoars from now, If theRadlcul party doesn't micccck witliiir that time in demol jelling our froe institutions, there will be found, a fow-: hair-brained fanatic Mho will 'make tho charge against (oino houorablo gentleman that ho is a lineal. descendant of a "rebel." The fuol-klller peregrinates slowly. It : true Mr. Johnson wa...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY '12, 1875. REPAIRING. Saddles and Harness I niiikc a specialty of WOOL OARDINQ l will continue the above business th. present carding csason at the eld d In Troy, Mo. With the experience of the past, I hope to give my patront General Satisfaction. TKUM8 All nlaln work lOeenta oer lb t ffirni. double or mixed, 15 centa per lb. Toll In minims, v ui L-ainii a mil iim urpn . . - . : . . - . ... Mi.l.llt'. Bridles, etc.. und will do your proportion to tho price or wool. A worn ' imum on paia ror before taken away. 00 Wool taken after Sentembcr 10th. nl8m;i LEWIS VKIITBEKS. CHEAPER mm any mop in troy. , , , , , , . JL? lit hereby isiven that the undersigned, I :il0 KCin On hand ll fllll aiSOrtmcUt u.linlittr.ilr.i.n? thn i,.tntn nt V.. K.r.UMif. 'I1'' deceased, will make a final settlement of PITCH1 Ci 1AT1C2 Il administration or said t-stato at tho .1 JlLDX JTV KJ.UO I next term of the Probate Court of Lincoln TJUNATi SETTLEMENT. Notloo county, Missouri, t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 May 1875

i,v. .yr?., . THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co. OF BROOKLYN, X. Y. NORTON & ACKERMAN, Agent m, ,tSn CAPITAL, 1,000,000 jlSSBTTS, 1,800,000 ffsef Paid l 1 P""1 Year.. OVER fllHE ItllfXIOlV POLLARS. IVewiHtlieXImo tolnatsro In a M at-olaa Com pany Will alio Insure against damage by liithtiiluir.on detached farm dwelling mid roildoueei, rhethor tire ensues or not. OFFICF AT BANK BUILDING. vlOulylp Iamoladti Hotel, 'nor, JiO THORNHILL 4 BUSWELL, Proprietor. THIS 18 A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL " rn shed In 3000 atyle. Hh It table wppkid with theit Ota ,nVrd!; Wranger stopping in Tray will Bod here all the comfort of home. THE BAR U stocked with strletly Pjfme UfW'JJ . Brandt. WkUkys, Wines. Alan, Mu, mc. ; aWo tbe attest brands of cigar. Sntft J. O. FINI.ET. ARCHER BANKUCAD fINLEY A RANKHEAD, BinilalRi Hlcrchato FOR THK BALK OF CATTLE, UOQ9 St MHEEP or no: . Union Stock tarda, St. Leula, Me. Stock anld at all the yard. Liberal ad vances made on conalgniMnU. Refer...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY 'MAY 12, 187ff. A Balleen Buel. Fr.rhnpfc the niott remarkable duel rvev fought took place lu 1803. It was peculiarly French in ilt tone, iyil tuuld Imrulr havo occurcd under mty uthcr tlinu u French etato of to loi'V. M. Lo (Jrniulpro and and M. Lo rlque hud a quarrel arising out of jealouiy concerning a lady. They (igiccd to light a duel to lettlo their i ujpcctlvo elaltus, uud In ordor that i lie heat of angry passion should not Inteifcio with the polished eloganuo of the proceeding!, they positioned the duel Tor a tnoiitlj, the lady agree iiiK to bestow her hand on tho turvl xor of tho two If the other was killed. At all cveula this was Inferred by i lie two iiien.il'uot actually expressed. Tim duelists were to tight in the air. Two balloon were constructed ex ttutly alike. On llio day denoted, Lo (tiumipio uiki nis scconu cutcrcu i lie i ui-of one balloon, Le l'ique and his second that of tho other; in was in i lie (rurden of the Tullerlet , amid uu i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 12 May 1875

THE TKOY TIER ALT), ifUDKESDAY, MAY 12, 1875. .L'ROY HERALD, . ,. ".niUHHIt BY ,i ( ISHER &, MUDD, AT tl.ffO u.Vohi in AtlvQnoc. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I vt'HU'n 1 tuxcrttmi fl M l ui li addttliuisl Insertion AdMlnlstraton' Notice 3 o I tii.il Settlement Notice :' 00 f ii-iiv Notice ("inste stray) Of) inli additional trity In same not Ire. . 1 00 , Mix-rat deduction, will be made to roculur (llwrtlMTK. ilvrrllinvnt will take the regular run O the. paper. ,i:.lia charges made tor pro l"i umI place,?, No certltliMle.nf puMlestlon will he made . mil such publication has been jiiiUl fur. 'I ln iiiiii-olcrviilli'C Of till rilln has been iln! iK'iar-lnii ofUK'titrouljc.Mid actual oiii'N'i'iin are,: cumi in arivaucc, n fun nlnthm; can mi delivery, lor job work mi c.i.-n iii iioiiijuni, loraiivcrunomciiiH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. I'.-HTIst. Kv. -Mr. Iliirubaiii. pntori wWcm mi M't iMidiuid tblrd Suiuhi) , morn i lit; iiinl i'Vciihinr( OlIltlnrUN. Hid. Win. Metoati, piiKtur; vrvlccs ilrM Siindi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 May 1875

THE nrri7:ri7r'" "ttott,,a t t r- v r-i 1-1 . r-v A- ill 14 L ;! TROY, LINCOLN OOTTYMOmMAV i'MSlS. VOL. .10. ' ' ' ' .f f ? V'. I" TROT HERALD. WEDNESDAY. MAY 19, 1875. LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. For pat meal, prepared cocoanut, etc., go to M. N. McLellan St Co.'i. Go and let tho new drese goods at Nouton A IlAIil.AM'S. Just received a freah supply of or anges, lemons and figs at M. N. Mo Lcllaii St Co.'i. St. Charles white seed corn for lalo by B. S. Crows & Co. Don't fall to supply yoursolf. n20 Eld. Nicholas" 3nyder, r the Chris tlun ministry, will proach at Star IIopo church ou tho fourth Sunday or this month. Those who hare not paid their taxes for the pait year will be Inter ested In an advertisement of Collector Suction, which appeara elsewhere. we ineau what we aay and lay what we mean, that you will aave money by buying your Paluts, Oils and Window Glass at tho Drug Houso of Bau'l T. East. Tharo wil bo a meetln at the eort houa uex Thursdy evenln at ate o'klok to orgtnlse a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 May 1875

THE TTK)YJIk TROY WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1875. CUBA'S) AIIOIBBi Ah laterlcr Tiiw ! taa Wombs As- assist sb Casus mmImii Siw York 8ua. Wabhinoton, April 2a. The news which bat been received from Cub during the put ten dayt hai rxclted a great deal of coininout In diplomatic circlet. It li.uuquesiloii nbly true that a crisis In the fortunes ut the Spanish party lu Havana In threatened, and many ot the shrewd utt diplomatists here believe that the triumph of tho patriots 'Is Inevitable within a very short period. I.had the pletsure, few evenings since, of 1'onvcrslug on Cuban matters with hover'al genlleineti who mako diplo macy a study, aud are theroforo Intl mately acqual ited with foreign poll lies. Two or them have closely v niched the progress of the revolu tion In Cuba I torn the day It com menced, aud one of them has lately returned from Havana, wbero be has tcsldod for moro thau a year. The substance of the opinions expressed by my .friends can be given without the botrayal of any ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 May 1875

i "arbaka rjUTCMia, , In tlit ,twn,iU.waeerv1a)rder aud a Bag being atrtofceft fraai me nana ikdoxtIIIo Press art Messenger. pre vest any depredations oh the clll-laf Mr. QaaatrlU by one of ear .of-1 (jeuoral Jubal A. Early paiiiee to gone. The other divisions were halted I ieera le. I think; at grsHMsdlaetae that tho froutaiidfendebls aid In proving I ud camped uearMonocacy Junction, told la Wklttlerfa vertm If airy the nory ot "I)ni'biraFrltehlo"to'be Mr whleh General Jaekien alio I each inetdeat had oecarred, and It I ;NEW06ER: STORE. AngBBJKK fetOLbdMB &BRO.. EH8? pure luvcnton. Whlttlor'e flue poem was founded pon the aatanieut that in the fall ot lM2i when tho eonfed orates entered Maryland, Stonewall Jackioii gave, orders (hat the United Slates flagi displayed In Frederick Hhould be taken down ; that Barbara kept hor'e Hyititf ; that the "rebi" hauled It down, when tho old woman Hatched .It up and tat It In her attic window, whore It was shot down by Jaokaan'a orders,, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 May 1875

THE TROYHftRAm, Wffl)KSlAT, MAY 19 1875. HERALD. Vleo.IWd.iit Wilson tB. J.ouU lattwe'tlL. ,lie L.. bceu trnv. llonj Caslu3l: Clay will ttutnn ctttMVy iu the latere! of the Dem- mile party. That' riffkt. Castlu. u've tbu Rati a clay-n terubblug. SMr.-MeKeeor thlt place bat been pV.ijod upou another conimltteo in tho . ouvtMUon.lhat of federal relation., , a think he I alUlgbt on that point. rum. Louie 'ncntitiicanUiUtouU ntriiV1ilAaVaalt:Ai?nnhii.i.in.nn. .1 (A f( Mitcticl ns a "thyitor." Tho l.'.ticr sues for $10,000 damago dono I K reputation as a lawyer. 1). D. Pratt, ox-senator, has boon appointed Commissioner of Internal ic ven 110, iri'ee Commissioner Douglass ) cmoved. It is charged that tho hit Uu- was In sympathy with the illicit d!til!cr. . A Lexington (Ky.) telegram of tho 1 lthnystlio condition of Ucn. Brock- iMldsrc remains unehaiured: that ho 1 free of pain, and those in attend at.ee arc less apprehensive of his sud lift) death thou they wcro. In a speech to tho Texas ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 May 1875

TMhUMyeMtatrartf, ''"tfhim.tliaDiiattmhWO' ' . l'olbUl'pftrtlMroMBtUUx nec essary In cotutltutlonal fovernihonts tbey , are rfftslittloiM i of lion tormcd en ( eommeu trficlple for common purpoioi not ''liecetury vlls, bet necaWaryi orgaMiitlAni, wIthdiitwMcU,tBO((oyernrueiit.eoitd not beeehdubtoil. The bond of parly' in tLIi country has evor beeti either the coaitraotlon oflthe Conttltellon or tlto administrative) and ocononiic tnctturei of government. From tho earliest days oft ho public we na're had Federal or Republican ; Whig or Democrat ; Domocrat or Republican; into these divisions tho great body of (he peoplo havo nlwnya boon dlvidod. It is trtto that ai timet, wo have had u "juste milieu" 1 action, an "awk ward sqund," and u "Tertiun Quid" concern, but the ridluulo and, con tempt which thu men utijfftKatlr in ilicso abort! vo cllucts have always drawn upon tlininsulvcs, show thut udi attempt uro but "uupttlod sac rllk-es." Again wo henroftlic "Indopondont parly," with "Uofo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 May 1875

OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. NORTON & AOKERMAN, CASH UNTIL, 1,110,000 lUITTS, 1,800,100 IjMMi Faltf la the Past fear., NINE Mil sLIOIV OLLAM8. Naw Im tlic Time Co Insmre 1m m, 2T1 tart-omasa Com pany. Will alio Iniure against damage by 1ifhCnliirton detached farm dwellings and residences, whether Uro ensues 4ir not. OFF ICF AT BANK BUILDING. vlOnsylp Zjsmold Hotel. wttor. .... mo THORNHILL A BUSWELL, Pronrlotora. mlllBTR A FIHST.Pf. ASSHOTF.I. L furnished In pood atylo. with Its table supplied with tne lien uie tnaraci anora. .Strangers stopping In Trey will and here all the comforts of bouse. THE BAR la stocked wltii atrirtty nslmo Liquors, nes n Hrandles. WhHkys, Wines, Ales, Gin, t.t also tho nnest brands or cigars, inln J. O. FINLKY. ARCHER DANK HEAD FINLEY A BANKHEAD, maatlRlem Irlerchaata roit THB BALI or CATTLE, HOttS Y MHEEP orFica : Union ttook Yards, at. Louis, Mo. Stock sold at nil the yards. Liberal ad vances made oil consignment. References : Cole .V flro., Orant A Hons Inn, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 May 1875

r THE' TBOY HBHLDWEDSDAf , MAY 19, 1875. Uncle 0gvati tho Backs. (from Ue Mexico Intelligencer. Uncle GeoYjfe hated duck and, m (otitequeuco, Auut Peggy loved thorn, mined tliein, fed them, and cared for them with a motherly care until all of lit proinlioi was populated with u lion l one million duck. (This ceit Kin report, however, has not beon sworn to.) Thero were big duck tuul lltllo ducjts, old dusks aud young ducks, white duck and black ducks, jtrcon ducks and gray duck, yellow ducks and blue ducks, tame ducks mid wild ducks, dead ducks and live iluuks. Thero wero ducks at tho sta Itlo nud ducks at tho barn, ducks in flid lets and ducks In tho fields, ducks in tho gurdon nud ducks in tho yard, ducks In the pond and ducks out of tlio pond, 'ducks in the house and tlucks uudfli' the house, dueks In the pantry and ducks In the well. Ouo Saturday evening I went to May over night at Undo George's. Auut 1'rgtfy had, that inurulug, gono to an adjoining county the and Cousin Tim to ob...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 19 May 1875

THE TBQY HERALD," WityXRmATA. MAT m . i D BY 4. Turtle' anrf.!MIse'Vtd gloves 60c n pnir at i. u. Jintcmerger sou's, St. Charles Mo. t i, 'T f rf4-."! Ttio poet.wn'tU.dliUiica lends enchantment .to. tha view." That might do it you wero talklnff about mountain, bit ttie, 110W atuck of troodd at aorton Ja Harlan's inuit be examined cloaely to,b appreciated. i ; MNEvitH mm. Weather fine at. prospnt. Farmcra stirring livoiy. Business In town modcrato for the season. Moat of ho farmers have gotten lid of their catllo by sending them to Audrain county to be herded. Most or them have been put uhdor tho caro of Juo. P. Maxwell. Miss Sophia Wells arrived a few Hays since from Texas, where alio lias been residing for tho past two year with her brother-in-law, Dr. J. 1. Coffey, formerly of this place. Llko all the rest, Miss Sophia speaks highly of Texan, but "home, swcot home," was so dear to her heart that she could not stay away longer. Mr. 11. II. Iligginbolham, of Louis ville, was in town...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 May 1875

HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., MA 26,1875. NO. -2-3. THE TROY TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1870. LOCAL AND OOUNTY NEWS. (Jo end ico tlio new dress goods at Norton & Harlan's. Fresh Currants aud Prunes twenty cents per pound, Cocoanuts ton and tlltccu cents ench atMcLcllau is Co.'s Tho St. Louis, Hannibal & Keokuk railroad wcro to commence running regular trains to Bowling Green ou Monday, Kphriatn K. Jones, n former resi dent of this county, died on the 14ili i list nt his roiidenco ncarPayncsvlllo, aged about scvouty-fivo years. Wo have had some excellent weather tor tho Blowing crops lately. Just enough ruin and plenty of warm sun Mil no. Tho farmers aro busy and iu good spirits. From tho Sentinel wo learn of the death of Mr. Washington Watts, an old and prominent citizen o( Pike county. Ho lived on tho gravel road 'live or six miles west of Clurksville. Ho was about sixty-six years old. Tax-payers who arc still delinquent would do well to give their atten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 May 1875

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, t87f. CSBMKSMNBENCe. rrM Prairie Towasfcly. Hawk Point, May 20, 1876. JLdltori lUrald : That ublqultoui idivlslusl, known at the "Oldest Jnhnbtlaut," it utterly astounded ot .hat other equally conspicuous Indl .idtial, (ho clork of tlio weather, In permitting little, diinplo Spring to oil do conspicuously in tho lap of Iioary, old Winter; evincing n stern Deposition to traiitinuta tho llltto 'antllnglulo nn ice-berg; not allow :ig her to vitalise tho rich, purplo iood of nature, nor evoking tho 'owcrs Into bolng.or sending u thrill f Joy through tho fibres of aulmato existence. Sunshine in tlio sine qua non now o cnablo tho fanners to meet the -mcrgcnclcs of the season. And, In .iced, tbii May weather Is propitious,! :il'ording theio noblo working-men .m opportunity to get their ground In order .for planting. They are unrc milling in th'clr energies to extort all nvin tho fnvorablc weather they can ; :uid if the Father of nil human bloss iugt smiles be...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 May 1875

THE TROY HEBALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1875. STATUS RIOIITSANB AIXIIAfl. From the St. Louis Dlspatch.J A most important railroad cue hat juit boon clopidctl in I lie supreme court of tho United State, one which Is of peculiar Interest juit now wken tho fact is taken into consideration that tfrcat hostility exists In certain quarters against tho railroads, and that very many legislatures have tried and arc still laying to solvo the prob lem as to where tho regulation of cointucrso by tho states ends, and tho obstruction to travel begins. In 1835, tho stato of Maryland granted a charter to tho Baltimore nud Ohio railroad, to build a branch to Washington City, stipulating openly and ialrly at the timo that tho caanpnuy should pay into tho treasury of tho .stato auuully otic-filth of the whole amount received for transpor tat Ion of passengers over said branch toad, either way between the (wo ubovo mentioned points. This tax tho company promptly paid until 18ti0, when it refused longer to ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 26 May 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26; 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1976. TIIKO. J,. At . riMHEII, mvmm. JUltm. tin, fi. William of Kentucky U gaing io iry to beat ex-congrotsmen Jh' k for Inltea Stales (eiiator. 'l ite third day ot June hat born set upai t by proclamation of Gov. llardlu i a day of fasting and prayer, to pray t he grasshoppers out of the atate. Miss Phoebe Couzlni lias been I .'during the delegates of thocon. coiT; on woman's suffrage, who want to vote under tho new constitution. ot ... III I.Aal.l. ...I..-I. . in mi-biiii, nuicu necessitates n mmi to tho hot spring. His resign fi.moii ims uopii accepted. A TRCE MAN Stlfti The death of but few men in the history of our couutry, ha oeeaiioned Uo much getieral sorrow and regretful leeiing as that of Kentucky' noble sou, John C. Breckinridge. An Injury received auring the late war under. mined bis health, and the uncertain lamp of Hfo paled iu brightness each succeeding day, until on the 17tb. It went out iut) tho u...

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