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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 August 1873

THE TROY HERALD. VI )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1873. SO. 34. TROY HERALD, i't'ivi.iHiii:ii iiy & MUDD, AT tf91.no a IViir In Atlvniitc. RATES OF ADVIRTIIINO. 1 miuaiv 1 Iniortloi IM Kach additional liixcrtloii T5 Adailulrtrator' Notices X hi final Settlement Notice il tl Mr.iv Notice Htmrtc Mtravl BO V.a-i itilrlllifiuiil Ntrnv In tunie notice. . 1 01 l.llii'rnl deduction will bo made tu reitulut ilvertttrtf. No i-frttllcnto of publication will t made .'.Mil Hllrli publication linn been jiulil lor. The tioiwibcrncc or this rule fin been tlm occalon of much trotilil nml actuul Iom. courTdimctoiiy. Cinn:iT Couut. KIM Mntulny after the fnnrtli Monday In March nml September. County Coi'RT. Second Mnnduy In r cb rimrv, Muv. Aniiust, and November. IMionATK ConiT. Second Monday In Jnuuury, April, July nml October. LOCAL AND OOUNTY NIWS. Our lady friends ore requested to rail and examine our stock of visiting cards. T The saw mill of Jones nml Fyke has been removed from the...

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 August 1873

THE TROYHBRALD. FIIHER ft MCDD, Publlifcers. TROY MI8SOUBL The Proper Tine for Chnraing. It Is very difficult, if not impossible, to mag Duller irom iresn miiK.or irom nun cream that gathers upon milk kept cold for twenty-tour hours. It has been sup posed that cream should sour before but ter can be maae. rnis is an error, num berless trials have shown that sweet milk and sweet cream yield butter, as much and as easily as sour cream, provided they have stood for tome time at medium tem perature. '1 he fat of milk exists In mi nute globules which are Inclosed In a dell cate membrane. It was natural to sun pose that In fresh milk this membrane Srevents tne oonesion oi me tatty inm irs, and that when, by standing, the milk op cream becomes callable of Yield ing butter after a short churning, it Is be cause the membrane has disappeared or Become extremely mm. experiment show, In fact, that those solvents which readily take up fat, as ether for example, dissolve from sweet milk more In o...

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 August 1873

t THE TROYHERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.60 IN ADVANCE. GfiNEKAIj PARAGRAPHS. Incidents ud Accidents. A New naveii gentleman fell out of a life Insurance office and killed himself. An old colored woman shouted herself to death at Columbia, . C, the other cay, at a prayer-meeting. A Chicago conductor has sued a pas senger for $10,000 damages for biting ill his thumb. Thumbs up. John E. Wing, ajunk dealer of Pougj kcepsle, New York, shot his wife the otl er evening, and then shot himself. Tho; leave seven children. Ann Farlcr. emnloved In a shirt fac tory In New Hiivcd, had her hair caught in tne macninery, ana ncr scaip anu one ear and a portion of her cheek torn off. A young girl, fourteen years old, named Ida Shannon, was fatally burned at Indianapolis the other night by the ex plosion of a benzine lamp. A German named Louis' fell from the spire of a new Presbyterian church in Brooklyn, N. Y., the other day, a distance of 100 feet, and was crushed to death. A girl na-r.ed Lucind...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 August 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1873. TIIKO. II. riNHCR, joh. a. ntiBB, j OUK HTATE credit. Lait winter wo advocated tho pol ley of our legislature repealing tho act i if its predecessor which provided for tlio pay mon tot otiratuto bonds in cur- vnucy, wnon 1110 lacu 01 1110 uonus uo- nimidod tlioir payment in spocio, measure well calculated to impair the credit of tho state. Tho legislature, however, adjourned without doing anything of tho kind, and tho stigma of a half-way repudiation now black en our reputation as a people Wo ce that tho United States Interior department, which holds $73,000 Mis souri sixes, has dotcrnuncd to rofuso I'tirrcnny in payment therefor, and will siio In tho courts for tho recovery (if tho gold which theso bonds call for. This is nothing more than a natural result of that ttnwiio piece of leglsla i lou. States havo uo more right to rcpudiato their Jus: debts than indl vidual. and thoy both lead to the miiiio result a deprcciutlvo of credit. If such ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 August 1873

TROY HERALD. WKDXKSDAY, AUUUST 27, 1873. The farmer ft'rlend. Double rnree feed Uraln Drill Is i head of till tin- greatest Improvements of Hie age, the lily drill I lint can lie changed wli'lo seeding, without taking olf coir wheels j xlgitng ft single rank : vn In? changed to iow from inn' iiiiinl(ly tit imiitlicr without Mopping tin- h'uin. (.'nil anil see them betire pur hislng, Kvcry drill warranted tn five en lire srllsfactlon, or money refunded niiSMtii .1. 1'. I.YNorr Audit for Llticoli io. Attention I'armcra. Wo rull ymir attention to the fai t thrt wo PIKE COUNTY, MO. Tlir r'Xt session of tlil Institution will commerce ftUPTKMUKR d. A thor ough aid tiriictlcnl course of Instruction i given. Advantages arc us good and term n reasonable in those offered by any school In tin- state. Hoard, per nnnum. tuu Tuition, per (Mum, tram 80 to iO. For particulars und circular, address the Principal. .ION. C. WA.TICIIVN. Auguy.tO. IHTil. nilltscpia. TAKK XOTICK Tlmt my wlfo i......r..r ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 August 1873

Cencral Miscellany. qVESTION. r LOL'KI C1IAXDLBR MOVtTOX. and bleated dead ones, can yon look and listen T it sighing and the moaning down here Dm It make a dUeord In th hymns of Heavcn flwdUeord that Jangles In the lift yon used to anowY Wfcta we pray onr )rayert to the great Ood abote Dots the echo of oar praying erer gtance aside Dtyoa'knowYhr thing weuk for, and with that yoo eouM give it, Yon whoe hearts netted with wishing In your own iiiuo aay v An yoor can deaf with pralac, you blessed dead 01 iiraTen, .. . And yourcyv blind with glory, that yon can n mnm mi lialn 0 Hyenaaw, iryou heard, you would weepamong thcangelg, . . . . .. ., And the praises and the glory would be for you in tain. Yet he listens to our praying, the great God of Ashemla with pain the meaaure of our life' Uttledayt Caali he bear to alt and thine there on bis white throne in Heaven, ... ... Bat that he sees the end while we only aee the y -The Atlantic. UNDER THE SEAT. Hmoklmr-cnr. sir?" naked the tin-ex ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 August 1873

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. The Department of Affrinultura has ordered 400 bushels of wheat from France and an equal quantity from Chill, em bracing all varieties of winter wheat. The cargoes are expected to arrive about the 1st of September, and will be distributed In season for fall sowing. The Oardtntr'a Monthly, In speaking of the " black knot" on plum and cherry trees, says: "It should; be cut as fast as It appears, not ax the black knot, but as a mere soppy abrasure, green and spongy, above thti bark. It Is no use to cut It oat niter a month old. This delay Is probably the secret of many failures In rmiovlug the black knot." How to Cook Corned Beef. The Bos ton Journal of CKtmittry says: "The rule has h Hibernian sound : thn'VnW It. for corned beef should never bo tolled. It should only simmer, being place! In a part of the range or stove where Mil pro cess may goon uninterruptedly froafour to six hours, according to the sice d the piece. If it Is to be served cold, le.the meat remain...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 August 1873

I SIEGELABOBB, WhlMl and Ratall Daalara In GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES, 11PE AND FITi'INflS AM) PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fit ting in all their Branches. Estimates and Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixtures to light I'lItTltCHEN, HOTELS mid STORES. Gas Machines put np to light public buildings, and warran ted to give satisfaction. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. no45v7ylp ftt, L. K. C. V J SHORT LITVE, The Only Dlreot Lin to ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St. Joseph. Lexington. Macon, Quincy, Hannibal, and all Points WCMt, KllMt IHKl Moutlt. 94 miles Shortcut Kouto to Kansas City 40 miles Shortest Kouto to St. Jo senli THE OXLY ItOltTK Ml'NNISO Through Curs to St. Louis. XitlnsnnM TnlnM Cuvm On all Night Traill. OONNloflONS. At llclnap with Chicago, Hock Island nnd Pacific Railroad (Southwestern Division) for Leavenworth and Atchison; tit Moi'I.ton with llurllngton and Southwestern Hnllroad; nt Macon with Jtllnnuibal mill St. .Tutph Jtntlroud for tiiii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 September 1873

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1873. NX). 35. TROY HERALD, TCBM8HRD MY FISHER St MUDD, . AT fll.no t Yflftr Isa Advnnct. UTII OP ADVERTISING. MMiiw 1 insertion II M Be2h aduitlsaal Insertion 7V Administrators' Notice t 00 final 8etflemut NotioM 8 00 Stray Netlees (single tiny) Caen aU41tll stray Is tune nolle . . 1 00 Liberal deductions will be made to regular o'eertlncate'Of publication will be nade 2MI1 fuoh piihUcatloa Hm been paid for. The non-observance f thin rule nu been the occasion of auchttroubl and actual Ion. COURT MRIOTORY. Circuit Couht. First Monday after tbo Anrtli Mnndav In Uuvh nml Hrntriaber. County Coukt. Second Monday In Feb ruary, Mar. August, and November. . I'kobatk Couht. Seeond Monday in Jenasry, April, July and October. LOOAl AMD COUNTY NKWt. Personal. Judge Ingram was In town last week. Mr John . Moiely of Wcit prairie called to see us last week, lie Is one among tlio many live, go-head far tBorsof thatscolloH. Mr. Warren Mitc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 September 1873

THE TROT HERALD. nnaa, mood, ftbiukan. i TROY. 'J MMMXTBI. Tke FsUnllr Letter. Tho fimflr letter ii written on Sunilavs The reason that day It selected Is not alone because efOlw laltui It presents. The quiet of the city, its relief from all Influences that Irritate or agitate, frees the mind from Irrelevant 'and antagonistic matter, and makes It pre-eminently a At occasion for communing with distant lovcdones. In nine cases out of ten the letter Is written by the head of the family, and of LhflM Kent mi musI nortlon h ad- dreaaed to his wife's IoIks. We don't know whv it la that a man so rarely writes lo nis own lows, out as it is not me pro vince of this article to treat on that sub Wl t set, we will pretend we don't care. The lour helnsr selected for. lndlctlnir the let ter, toe am ininjr is to nna tne paper. There is always a drawer in every well regulated family for keeping such things. It is either In the table or stand. Here the writing paper and odd screws and fiddle strings...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 September 1873

THE TROYHERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.60 IN ADVANCE. GEM: It A I, PABAGBAPMS. Incidents and Accidents. A base-ball game nt Frankfon, Ky lately broke up In a tight. In which one man's face was filled with " eqilrrel shot." A Cleveland woman lull down cad the other day, and after her husband uid been to an expense of $130 she came ut 01 me trance imu went to worK. A Georgia negro found an old gin barrel a few days ago and was using It n a lire poker, when a musket ball J urn pel out and perforated the knee joint of hL wife. A llttlo bov was cauaht In the irear. Ing of n patent churn at Clinton, Wlscon aln, the other day, and though his scream was first-rate he tailed to make good butter. At Springfield, U., John Grluin, fall ing to inxrry Bridget Sullivan, according to piomlse, she shot nt him twice. The second shot brought htm, and he cannot lire. A Kentucky boy was lately killed in n curious manner. He was eating an apple, when lightning struck the house and 8tupclicd the family...

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 September 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1878. JOB. A. mtlDB, J The St. Charles Jfetes says that "calltnic the Mlnourl Republican naughty namos on aecount of its new departures may be smart, but we don't see that It doea much good." How about the JlepubUcan aaylng naughty thinga about the country preis ? It1 a poor rule that won't work both waya, aud wo think the "naughty lay Inga of that paper have accomplished but little good, alio ; it hai only com promliod ill dignity Grant didn't favor tho salary grab steal. Ob. no; it ia laid he only signed tho bill became he thought a veto would intnrforo with tho appro priattons, and tho machinery of gov eminent would stop. A poor excuse is bettor than nono, and thnt is about as good as any our natlon'a dolt could invent. Now lot him prove his sin nerity by making tho government present of hiscxtra$2o,000. Duteven In that case, our President would htand convicted of bribery ; he signs a bill robbing tho treasury of over a million dollars to got cert...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 September 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SKPT. , 1878. The rarmer'a Frlentf. Double force feed drain Drill In I licit! or till the greatest Improvement of the ago, tltc inly drill t lint can bo changed while- seeding, without taking off cox wheel; xlgxag or tingle rank ; can lie changed to how from one quantity to another without atopplng tho team. Call and nee them before pur chilng. Kvcry drill warranted to give en llrc srtUfactlon, or money refunded UoUSm J. 1. I.YXOTT, Agent for Lincoln co. ' Head Thin. For a pleaiaut drink of ods, go to the Fountain at the corner store of (1. W. Mohr. lie ha alio Just received n lot of Ladle and Ml ten' straw hats, which In- will sell at low figure. Uetit and boy' felt huts ut from 73 to (4.00 , boot and (hoc, cutlery, fancy groceries and provisions, Ac, all at low vault pricey. All those Indebted to me limit come for ward and pay ; othcrw Isc their at counts and notes will be put out fur collection. t.23v JjLW Muitlt. 000,000 (Kagc hcdire plants, Inrgc and lin...

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 September 1873

General Miscellany MY SEIOBB0K8( OAJtDEN. BY UltABBta AXBM AtUMf , tfo to Um border of my mall domain My neighbor' garden stretches wide and SWi . . If la nuai tM amImI tnw wlnrinWkfktnct UU Jasmine wreathes my porch and doorway KM. Mr threshold every Htyli ewpetsd With ilo pink petti from hi peaoh-treo III tallest lllo lift It Plumy head Up to tb casement where I alt alone. Waking, I hear, as dawns the morning light, My Of ighbor btiay in hi bordered walks, Noting tbe added beauties born ot night, . Fnlflng the weed among hi flower-stalks. Vrom early March, when the bray emu. Kdglng the bed with line of bine and gold, TIM the conaollnit, kind chrysanthemum; Contend against December' cruel cold, My neighbor toll with wite and patient hand, Scarce Mining In his work for sun or shower, Kvnltrln milnall tYnm mould and sand The germ, the leaf, tbe perfect bud and flower. A mn msfflHsn he. whose toueh transmutes llcliwd by the sprites which rule the airs and Dry dormant seeds and dark un...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 September 1873

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. A writer In tho Country Gentleman mvi he has ratted noma Arrahtr twM and finds them square, handsome cattle; I good workers. If excelled by any fork wur, it is inn ueYuns. a pair now on. hand, four years past, weigh 2.W0 po unds. They keen 'ujJof and i&esh as any caftle he ever owned. 4 The Garden, of London, tennis an tunings retain weir vital' m,nh Innevr .555 adait severed from the h taVit.07 .Ment machine otl can be made tttS. 4? one-third hog's lard and two iK?1 . eoal oil. and mixing them together. U anM Miii! flrtim II bo monv nil thaf am amu, WW livrw gaeea aanw uaauj vita wav ft chased, and Is good for sewlng-ma- O tlauM np Iniliwwl otitf mantilnom. Rtf ' changing tho proportions, It can be made thicker or thinner to suit the require ments. Yeast Cake Recipe-Three cups of sort aongn arter it nas raised, tnree eggs, two caps sugar, one cup nutter, two thirds cup raisins, one-naif tea-spoon soda, one-hair teaspoon cinnamon and ail' snloe. oae-thlrd of ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 September 1873

SH3CHSX.ABOBB, Whslssal an Ratal! Dsalsrs In GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES riPE AlfD FITi?INS Attn PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, Gm and Steam Fit ting in all their Branches. Estimates and Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixtures to light CHURCHES, OTELS and tlTOREH Gas Machines put up to light public buildings, and warran ted to give satisfaction. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, noiov ST. LOUIS, MO. Ukv'yiP ,Sf, X,M K. C. St J SHORT HIVES, Tha Only Dlract Llnata ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St. Joseph, Lexington. Macon, Qulncy, Hannibal, and all Points Woit, Etasst and Boutli. 94 mllos Shortest Route to Kansas City 40 miles Shortest Route to St. Joseph TUB ONLY ROUTK HUSHIINO Through Cart to St. Louis. Fulmnn'a Pnlaoo Cor ' On all Night Trains. CONNIPTIONS. At Kelnapwlth Chicago, Hock Island and 1'auific Railroad (Southwestern Division) for Leavenworth anil Atchison; at MoULTOX villi Ilurlington and Southwestern Hallroad; nt Macox with (Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad for Qulncy. Chlll...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 September 1873

r THE TROY HERALD. Vi )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1873. STO. 36. TROY HERALD, POILUHKD BY FISHER & MUDD, AT tUl.SO s Year In Advnnao. I square 1 Insertion t M cb additional InserUou 78 Adsslulntrstors' NaUees 3 00 Pins! fettlement Notices 8 00 Stray Notice (slaxlestrayj 00 KstftaddlllanaJrtrartaMSRftSotlce,. 1.00 Liberal dedswSlons will be made to regular o'eertSttcate of publication will be raade .Ml such aublicaMeft ha been said for. Vhe non-observant or thM rule Am been ae Oceanian of maen troubt and actual loss. The following from our special cor respondent wu crowded out last I week; BORbtMdTOrl.IoWA, Aug. 28. Dear Herald i I feel very home- .1.1. .I.... ....I ..l.t llbn l. I.. t roy even ir mo ante or water melons a forbidden. Little things are nut to annoy one, ana l suppose my Home sickness to be duo to thoao trifles. noses for their pains, and rood for mbbtiiw wash. thom. I hud towfaahlen itema II smsxem, mmiu. picked up in St. Louis, but as hog In respon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 September 1873

THE TROY HBiULD; lftDi, f abttkan. M mm TROY, MISSOURI. Rcariag arid EdnotloB of Colts. Upon the wire anil consequent wcll-bcliij-of the colt ifeprndstlw Attain vaiuo of Um liorro. It Is too often tin; cose with farmer nttor ijlBif fortliewrvtai of u jrootl xtul llonJHBncy expect something extra in the liraKce irrespective of tbu aire jrlvrti after blrtli., But u colt, the offrprlnir of a 8lre awl uVnn, both being of the highest typo of tK'tfeetloit, may jirovo to be a worthless weed from neglect and boil treatniunt hi tin; early atajres of It life. Assuinlnjr tliat the volt is already hi ex istence, Its natural food, for gome time at least, Is Its mother's milk. Me miM therefore that her -yntetii Is In sueh a tnte, and her food of Hitch n quality, n to not only produce the greatest How ot milk, but that It shall pot the most nu tritive properties. To obtain tub she must have, In audition to her regular oats", If be fore grass, frequent feed of bran, and. If Eolblc, root-. -If on go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 September 1873

I THE TROY HERALD. TROY.' MISSOURI. , TERMS: $1.60 IN ADVANCE. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Literary and Penoitd Mr. Hevenly .Tnhnoii Is left, iiy the death of Mr. Meredith, the solo survivor ot General Taylor s cabinet. An ex-Cnlted States Treasurer a few days ago applied to Gen. Spinner, the present Treasrrer, for 11 position as mes senger In his office. Cnlel Ctishlng says tlinthe believes Mr late affair nhoiit the yellow (loir has given lilm greater notoriety tluiiiany other net. ui ins un.-, Miss Eliza .T. Ihtchaiian. the Hcnubll- can nominee for Superintendent of School In Jefferson county, Iowa, Is just of age, untight, cultivated woman, anil weighs overturn iiumircu pouttus, A Mr. Walter Gibson, tlm proprietor of the Harlem (N. Y.) Local was entering his office one evetilmr recentlv.au un known person thing' n tin cup full of vit riol or muriatic add full In his face, proba- bly destroying the sight of one. if not of both even, tiki ierH-traTor ot tne ueeu uiuicd Into u buggy standing...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 September 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1878, . ntMBB. Milan. At mvum. Bntler'aehancas for the nomination fot, governor of Massachusetts are cettlitf slimmer every day. fn the election, of delegates to far, Wash burn Is considerably ahead, '"jtist now the story of Booth' escape after the aunalnatlon, and of his still lieliic alive Is being revived The newspaper might Just as well discuss the question t was Lincoln Wiled? m A man named Miller at Burr Oak bottom In Knusns, the othor day war walking with two ladies, when a lei low named Merrick lumped out of the bushes from tho roud side and cut his throat from ear to car. Merrick was arrested. Mnlthew Gatnos a colored senator f Texns, wlll.be absent from his scat nt tho next session of the legislature, unless pardoned out of tho pcnitentl arv, where ho pines at present for be lug too much married or, In other words, having more wives than one and "each living and doing as well as might bo expected uuder the clrcutu stances." The local of th...

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