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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 16 June 1875

THE TROY -' 1 1 ' ' ' ' v ' ' ' , ' ' VOL, 10. TROY, UKC?OlSr OOtJNTy, MO- JUNE 16,1875. NO 24. I ' ' r : r : 1 1 A JAVA L.V.X M-M M Lr MB MB I PABKBB WA W. I MM M 1 I J WEDNESDAY, JUNE II, loTo. If yew weat bargain la Summer DreccOoodogo to WooLf out A OoaDow'a. Hat you mo tkeN baby carriaje, the aloest of the season at the herd war store. nat ive have had several flat rata lately which har vary much im proved tba oeudltioa of the growing crops. If you want a perfectly fitting coal, pente and vest, go to John Sykora, int door north f Oaka'a harnaii tore. Perfect eatlsfaetlea guaran bM Mlai Battle Bobiateu oempllmoats tae aeraia ofloe with a beautiful boy quet. . A more taeteful arimaai of roses, violate and other iowere wa over uave.setn. Hay her lira be i bright aa her flowere are beautiful. received oy -tceiian A Co. a fresh sirpply of Oranges, Lemon end C'ocoaauta. Tho weather le 10 warm that thoy epoll rapidly, aud they matt be gotten rid efqalekly, area if we nave to give thaw...

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. — 16 June 1875

, WE 875. Dlf WSDL astTMlf MM. TROY HI WEDNE8DAY, JUNE II, 1875. , - ; .1 YATtw r STATU. OMTmC KB." Ji4Hri Herald: Y a MycMr article la reply te any iilMHiw upqn the subject of ilM aauweroofUae aeneral end state gevaral.eat,tteat taovgeaeral imrniMit' the creature ef the eutec net the etatee the omture ot the gesrerat tavern- meat;" nd ttaft in speaking of tjke Do wers surrendered 1y (he 'ttt$a to the geaeral government? the word' --urrenaerea, uica oy myself, not the proper word. It la true that the general g ov.erajBie.ut wae created and formed by the, etaUsj -but that creation, after its consusamatlea, in vested the general goveratueatas .te rights aurreadereaV bjr atataa, as to aorerelgaty Conferred by'tficmwlth aa much freedom and.Jndepondeuce . - .' 'a a . . a a , minor, weuiu ue iree ana inae pendent at tke-closeof hla minority, It isot a mere delegation of powera ia tru4 ar! agency aa -yon, Messrs. Kditora,- contend, beeanae if that were the cue, the dlfllcuHiea and objectlo...

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. — 16 June 1875

THEt' Aunt ftittanw ' avavatmaaaaaB) BY LOXTIB BBOWKV , What Hd 70a coat fori If 7. didn't oente with, nonet of making eontethlnf out of at T" Mite Patience Pareell naked' the question with her, driest Toloe and her,hardtttespreislon, and eyed her aloeo Barbara with eeTerlty, to aay tholeaat. Barbara wu in the kitchen, prick iag with aitraw .a'loaf of golden brown cake, wbloh eha had' at that moment taken from the oven. "At near at I can make out," ehe aid with a laugh, "I came here to clean up your home, and give you ooraetbltig fit to eat. I didn't know what I came, for when I flrtt came here, and If you believe mo, I began to wlih I hadn't come at all." "Well what do you think now t" " think it Isn't m bad at It might be. It it a good deal cleaner, and yonr eervatite begin to know where they belong.", Miie Patience leaned her head wearily on her hand. Thinge had boon at tlsei and oevene when Bar bara arrived, and tbli lonely old wo man had been at the mercy of a eet of people who...

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. — 16 June 1875

TROYBJRM. tiDKnpATinnt u, tin,' Daalel Webetor'a private library Is belag Mid. The tale ceaBaaced at Boston oa theft. It la Mil thatiMr". Jefersev Dtvle hat been tsadare4 the preeideaeyef the Texas state agrleuttural and dm chaalcal colleg a, at ealary $4,009 year. ' The New Hampshire legislature, oa tha 9th iMt., eleeted P. 0. Ohanay goveraor ef thatatata, tha lata tute elactloa falling ta elect. Cheaey U a Republican. r Klter Greaae.of Audrain couatv will give a buttermilk' aad cornered plcnie oa tha 28th Inst. We advise delicate-stomached people to earry taelr paregorio bottles aloag. A propeittloa that votes at general' clectloai ahould be cast viae voce hae beea feted dowa by the con. eon. The Tate stood 18 for and 40 against. We are sorry to see It defeated. Tha Prairie' Farmer says: Not, being apohttetaa wa frankly say that? Mr. Grant's letter leaves him entirely free to become a candidate or not a he shall see it la the light of future political developments. TheRepubllcanso...

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. — 16 June 1875

THBTOOYHMAliiWiamESUAT, JUNE 16, 1876. TroyMiUs. lUVUf Imm namUlea wltk almost as entire act of Kiw lUfihinery, we ire nw arepared to do anr work In our HlIF With MMtMM MI eXlff afcll. Outll AlT- ther notteaoar IMNH MYt WILL IE Tueidayi Tkindtyi, Saturdays. The re malaCer of the week wilt be devoted to sawing. Matfn. JltHIU11JfcC0 Troy, Mo., Juee 9, 18W. PUIUC SUE IF TOWN LITt AMI) A Good tow ind Qritt Mill. The uaocrslgaed will tell to the highest bidder, on Saturday, June 26, 1875, at Dip town of Olaey, (Klnfeveh) Maeela county. Mo. sixty loU, and also the Haw and Urlit 3III1, together with the lot or ground kuowu In. the plat of eald towu a the "Hill KeervaUoa," eaibraoing nearly tbiee acres of land, and one of the best artificial pond of wuter la the itate. These ioti are eligi bly l tutted In aflourienlnff town, aurronud. ed by a eaatlful jind weU-tapreved farm litjr count. The grist all! ha two pain ol bum, with bolU, screws, smut mill, Ac, all In good running order, aid makes...

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. — 16 June 1875

THE TBOY ERAXJ, JUKE 16t 1,875. 1 OF BROOKLYN, N, Y. NORTON ACjCEtMAN, iCISI UNTIL, 1,811,000 mmt . mm ,Lmmi PN Ib tke rati Ml Yean. WIffE . MlfiLlAJV JMLLABS. JNaw 1 the Time to Xmanre la at Flrat-olaaa Com-pauay. Will alio laiura agalaat dajnaf e by lig fctnlRf. dataekaa farai dwelllnf i aid reardancei, wkathar ire aaiuei or not. OFFICF AT BANK BUILDING. vlOniylp Iaold9j Hotel, TROY, JtO THORNHILL A BUSWELL, Proprietors. THIS 18 A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL furnished ia good style, with Its tabls supplied Wlin lae urn van asanas aaonu. Straagera tteppinf la Trey will fad hers all cessions m doth. THE BAR la stocked with udetly priae Uquors.jrues at Brandies, Whlshys, wiaee, aim, uibs, etc. : aUo tat flnest brsads of cigars. J. O. FINLEY. ARC4UR BANKHCAD Fll EY A MNKHEADj Cauiiwlra, lUerckaats vom tmm oalb or CATTLE, HOG V MMEEP orrica: Unlan Stack Yra, St. Laula, Ma. Stock told at all tbe yards. Liberal ad vances Bade oa coatif nmeatt. References : Cole a Rro.. Grant a Hons ton, Col. J. O....

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. — 16 June 1875

THE TBOYHERAliD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1875. Iin'trtU ftlaiular, kit true, Hart stralteaess elrcnutMOM daaot lead to ataftaUa ytlkertetr , " RuWjokel Tha CMttasflal of tho battle efjfontywlaa will ba ealebra ted with spirlt.f-.Po.. . An ilea tor ofllee does not always lead to A nlcM fp the tempi of. fame. Tkli li hamorpas remark. Xone exeept'lhos. whocannnot raise. thea would want Burn-aide whiskers la the iBmmeT. -V, 0. Re A certain young lady ! ao modeit that the will not permit the Chriitlan Obterver to remain la her room over night. ' A Frenchman Intending to comoll inent a young lady by calling her a gentle lamb, tald "She ia one mutton ai is email i" If "Rome Win not built In a day." the inference, Is that it sprung up lu the night, and thus became a mush room city, i ' Can you tell mewhenit.it that a blacksmith raises a row In tho alpha pha )kei hot?. It ,is when he makes ana shore I. i a no! A man boasting of his pedigree to another said that his father Waa ele vated above the...

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. — 16 June 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNSDY, JflNf., Iff, lffTC, ERALD Sl.BOi L RATIO OP AtVMTlililQ. ltteare lhmiftiSBiiU.J St FaaB MAItWMI MMNt AdSBtatatratora VMM. . ..........,. v VtaalflettfMMBtMi 1 IN k tr Naitaae filaala rintl I fcaciaddhiBrfataj(feotiM.. 10 Liberal rtcduutlsaa wMaaawda ta iwralar HrSKs. No certificate ef aaWaaHea wll ha auda until luehpubllflallM kaa beea fBl far. &?&JLV!?. Ste? lie vowtvM vi om aiowoi mn wnwai iw, uvrmsmi m am MvaMV. wm miu- iriattont; cash o delivery, for job work nsamm ton SaflVmaltMI. eSa iUN aYejyVtowork ma mis on aewHi leraaveniteaaeau. OHIfON OIMOTORY. iiniiT.-fcev. Mr. Barnham. : services on second aad thlrdSundaja, lag and evening. Chbistum. ad. Was. Meteea, patter; oervleea Brat Sunday ia each aMath,Born lag aad aveatag ; prayer-aeetlag wedaea day evealng. Methodist K. Booth. Kev. W. M. flood, putor; mttIom int SuBday.aorn ingaad evening, third Sunday, eveniag; araier-raeetlng ThuTiUay eyetUnjr. rKaaaYTBkUM.-KaT. W. B. Y. Wllkle. pastor; serv...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 June 1875

THE tt A t ,n V0L., 10. TROYi, LINCOLN OOtJNTY, MO, JUNE 23,1875. NO 25. TROY HERALD. mcwntsDAY, JOITB si, tan. LOCAL AM OOVNTY NEWt. Bod water kept coaotaatly takud at tlM drag iUn ef McLeliaa Ce. For the beat It cent Cigar la town, tbe 0. B. D.i go to MeLellaH k Go. 'a. Oil aad a iMlf million Slug" ma chlaee manufactured and ever oae mllllM la km. A wet Jane for eora ; we've had It, lare'a you art bora-rala aa4 hall and mad aad atom. Ilave yea aaaa those baby carriage a tlit nicest of the seeson-et tha hard wara atari. 2t Oar Mead Jaattaoa el tha Atti baa aaaa atttadlag tha spelling beea and reperalag them, aad yat ha spells bouquet, b-q-e-et. Buyyaor tlaaad glaaa freitcaas this aaaaaa af B. 8. Crewe Co., They keep tha Urgent assortment ia the coaatry. n34. afpf jj-, t i Wa hara two aela af Croquet, which wa. will tell cheaper thaa they cau be bought In 8t. Loala. If. N. McLkllak A Co. Ob tha 12th Inet. a child of Janea Reading, or Peno towaahlp, Plka county, aged eleven anon tha,...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 June 1875

T 875. TEOY HI wed: AY, JUNE II, 1872. Who Won P - - It"ieml'llllMfiMMblifltiM f dlsteracVriMMe'wbflaV 'OMf erttitMr.V!llfei)flAMioWttl 1crntIor"li7fV4"ttrt1 K'il Ie likd beriirvHeHnlrMmr light WMl-' imie. b'utthe,;wtotfdled bnott 'Ms lip; UhlttiktTfWfclkatffd'Ind nbliorenthe wMen'thefhlrant bank. MliTBiWity-l4"tT3b0kht Urflfl'.'iHort i lhah Tfaotitht arikl6fai andlrioaTsillveJ Broke ito'mome'ntarjr silence!1, k)bhir'M arm df Her comin!tfnl ')MF1t)erfird fan, slie said, with a-lttMeaTWUghi ".What 1 thlrilaiBV 'mm window- gftrdon.to .tura youf io, aghast ? If WieW nlUoeted.fhoat you could .Marcelyopjsemore appalled. As oue wltp pqertoiiay.the, evil apfritl conjure you to speak,' t Hor hand wu-ttpon the curtain which woaldebut euVthe bloomiag nook1.' "Her laughing face ire tip turned tob'tni, a, jpear from the. red declining sunugntgiauceu over ncr bright head;' and for altnoat the first tinitf he.tjbpke'd upon' her wlthoat a thought of tow' wonderfully how eurprUlngly-fekehe waa.--- ...

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. — 23 June 1875

'Afwdlinf; . rroU.t,rtl arht., ' , V-itraci frotRn'ip.'r,'t y't, Mit4 aMl icrt to 41m; lov'a. aaaoiid ..aaauial, MaArt uimbi aiate tuw aivfinfBM tht following' la refirenot to the amy worm, wali'nqw doing ao math daaagoInUit MlMlaalaflVaJ. ley 1 1 , .' I Aaient' thole fhtMtt which' attract Ltfff!LJ.1 tfiff'LffB!" Ih?' affirfi&IS noterloas'Bfar wenaholdt eontni ouout plact. The mode In which tbest wt rats' travtU in vast armlet whtn la sears tf food, the great relator the cerealt and the grasses . a a a. a m .1 : . . w a to waion taey ror o moat part con flat thtlr rarest. their sudden' an' tioaraauv iu huh ncniiuHioia iium itr,ajid thtlr oc-utlly sudden dliap pearaaee all tend to aronte tht curl out aad Interest of ertn the mett iadifftrtht obserrtr. It It wtll known to eatlmologists and the reader, by perusing the trtl clt on nt wormt in my first report, will teen become aware of the fact that mott ef tht lartst ol our owltt TVJ'JSnIKJ umi mm uht, mint iwu in iuv Biiiril lag an...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 June 1875

the tbot mfcii; inumjmBxv, mstmm'taw; TKOY JHERALD;' yfKDWSSDAY, JUKI S9,..Jtl7l. Mil JHi Ai Two thousand dollars worth of illlcltwhlakay to the nhM of recent raids or tat distilleries. Tbo Democratic eoaveatlon of Ohio on the 17th nominated Opr. Allen for re-election. , m . i '' ' Col. Jameson, formerly of the St. Louie Democrat, has bee made man aging editor of the StulsiXimM . Greet loitLoag Broach longeneag h to Inepect the grounds of the centeu uial exhibition last tfrldav. The Radicals of Louisiana contlnne digested With Kellogg because ho continues to appoint Democrats to office. The banditti hare reached Chicago. A 9 1,000 diamond was stolen fr6m (he kilt of a word of Geu. Sheridan's at hla bouse la Chicago the other day, aad heeuspeeti a New Yjork Graphic artist of the crime. The Journals of the state are. begin Ming to clamor for tbe adjoarament ot the constitutional convention, whose session la being protracted much longer tliau Is, thought neces sary; ' Tho celebration o...

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. — 23 June 1875

TKB TBOY HERiliBWlXCfESDAY 'JUKE 2a, 1870: ITrtaatarle aad FMon'eutlifct'litr husband, by their deed or trust dated the ,tvaty.sgata daofNwinir, fti! hundred aad meaty, ud reeordedia book No.Two, at pace twentj-elx. la Use eoN tier's offlea of Lincoln county, Mawouri, did convey to William. Fiatier the reel estate hereinafter described In trust to eureOie payment or a certain premlssery bow win in described t and whereas the said Wtlllm Kr.isler beta ebseat from thtiuto ol Mis ourl, Mid whereas by tho term praaerlbed in said deed of trust, I, Thotni,M. CwUr, nctlntr slicria of Mneow couaty, Missouri, hate Ikoobm tb trustee la piece or Um said William rratler, low. therefore, at the Teiiuest of the legal holder of eatd note, and by virtue, authority aad power In said deed contained, notice li hereby given that oa . , Saturday, July 24, 1875, between the hourMtUO o'clock a. n. aad b o'clock p. m. of UslWot at the court bouse Joor lathe town of Trey, Lincoln couaty, Mlowurt, I will tel...

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. — 23 June 1875

" , . ; . - PhefikfRSiwncfiCo, OF BROOKLYN,'. Y. NORTON 4 ACKfiftMAN, AffcaM. CM WML, 1,100,000 ASSETTS, 1,800,000 f,MCH Paid la the Faa! Yean. VftNIffl MILLION BOLL AS. JVswls'the Time to Xauraro im a VlCMt-olMM Com pamy, Will alio tature agtlattdamsge by llghtalag.an detached form dwelling! nd reside eat, whether Are eatuei or not. OFFICF AT BARK BUILDING vlOatylp " Ittoloidoi Hotel, TJifOTl .... JfO THORNHQiL ft BUSWELL, Proprietor. THIS IB A FIR8T-CL A88 HOTEL rurnlihed la good ttyle. with Iti i table supplied wltk thelteK Ike mwket afford. Strangers etoppiagt Trey will tad kere ell the' comforts of home. THE BAB 1 stocked wltk etrtctly trims Liquors, , tuck a Brandies WlOshye, Wines. Ales, Gins, etc.; alsottetamtbraadaof dgare. linlft J. O. FIN LET, ARCHER BANK HEAD FINEY ft MMMEM. CommImI Plcrchaatt fob rum saib or CATTLE) MOV efc kHEEP omcci Union iteek Yarda. at. (.aula, Mo. Stock told at ell the yard. Liberal ad Ttnem made oa eonsinment. References: Cole Bro.. Grant Houj to...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 June 1875

THE THOYHBRALB,' WEDNESDAY JIJNB 23 I87B.T The Tininati heart in til 'gtflaSall lauili hai responded to the. pwj4sM mo tongue, wiiiiam run was a oaa manager of his own affairs, bul a na- tlou trnsletThlm with (WanTslrbe :aui faflcoul&speekT'fi The rill.rii, witty, weakvnhappy Bheridan coiild not keep ou 4 deht, Mpi died In misery; but for Iweritjr years hit voice commanded attention ih the1 tnoit influential body of the time. , MgDempsthenee,' it U eald, ran away from tho battle-field, but his. eloquent tongue norved a wholo nation to bat tic. No wonder that kings have paid iiaiuUotnely for the uie of men's tongues (railway kitigi alill do, per haps), like rithon, who waa aeat to tho council of Btutla t6 argue against Demosthenes, aud io the Interest of Philip. Popular forms of govern jnent arc favorable to the growth of eloquence ; .for the appeal being "to the people, power" is obtained by moving them. It is othorwlso with military and despotic governments. When Sylla threaten...

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. — 23 June 1875

THE TBOY1 BMMA&JDt WEDNESDAY, lJUNiS &, jl8T5.r TROY. HEfiALD K1.SO a Year In Adrtncn. ATM AiVtmtHIO. I equal;! JaSrNSB,... t vmh ill liy Mil Insertion 7ft jwuilrrtstrelafe'Hotk'te oo Until BttUsasat notices J J tray Net! eta (MBfto alxsy) 3 00 I in fi addlMMtl stray In satae notice . . 1 00 l.lliprtl datfuctloas will be inade to regular sUverlti ArivnrttaMiMti will tako the retuiar mn el the aeaer. Jsatra charge made for pre lerrrd places. . ..... . . No oerttteate of publication will be Bade -Mil sue saaaMeetion baa been paid for. I lie won asaamaoe. of tula rule baa been ikkuMmI audi trouble and actual loss. Our teraa tie : Cash in advance, on sub notions; cask en delivery, for job work mi i ah on demand, for advertisements. ohvuom mmoToiiY. HrriT. Rev. Mr. Durnham, pastor; KrTlcrs on seated sad third Sundays, morn ins and evsnlaf (JtiiusTiax. Md. Wm. Metoan, paator; n-rvleea la Handay In each month, morn in,' and ntaalBg; Braver-Beetrag Wedneie al.ty rventne. Mktrodmt E....

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 June 1875

a. n 7 OH TT , I 'J ' -'.i TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JUNE 80,1875. SfO. 2G. VOL. 10. THE TROY . i- ' ,11 1 i J. , i . ; 'i i , trupti at n TROY HERALD. ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE "SO, 1878. LOOAL AND OOUNTY NlWt. Jamee M. Wilson, Esq., tho state tobacco Inepeetor, waa in town lait Friday. r tmb bauii ,j, . , owing .mostly to the interruption ,pf As wo Intltnated last week, we ax travel by blah water. We learn that Meted by thla time to. have sufBclent Judge Moxley bad a bar struck by data,to descrlbe.the ltmlta of damage I lightning,, and burnnd,, aud that the done by the recent itarmi and to give dwelling of Col. .E. ,B. Hull was something like an animate of tne .truck by lightning with but com extant of such damage. In thla we narattvely llarht Injury have been disappointed. Slnco that xiio gronnd remalus too wot to time but few of the farmers outiide oi0- and the crass In may localities of this immediate vicinity have been j, hindering tho growth of the corn. to town, most at them being ...

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. — 30 June 1875

i if a yf miijir Trrvrn aw n TROY WEDNESDAY, JUKE 80, 1875. Tk Awakmdloil. BY JUITIX itCCARTHY. Little GMifti wm an actress. She m brought up en the boards, and kmw uardly en lira bat that of the Ufa. Theuauaturatwae-nature to tier; the realesteteaeo, oaUlde the Uiuelea of the theater, eho eaw only a as, iltuiloa at least m aemothlng vague, shadowy and far af. To make the paraddx o( her existence still titareatrfklaf. Georgia beta her. aelf tho most ajtrllah and womanly of creatures, almoit Invariably played tUe part of boy or youth In that Hock life which wasraoyVher reeUlfe thaa the other. She played the parts of midshipmen, pages, pantotnlno, princes, saucy boys, spoiled boys. Little Pickles, -precocious young swells, and all that kind of thins: This was In England, some years ago, when the rage for nadity had not yet aet iu, and girls pat on male costumes oa the stage only for dramatic and artistle purposes Jast because the exigencies or the piece required it ; ana tnere was uo ...

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. — 30 June 1875

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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. — 30 June 1875

the TmoyimTiPiirEDwmutY,jaKE-iaoiieT6, r (ainiy tylletyl lathe social equality q; memoes, u has ueciata taat notwithstanding- separate ' aobsola )te Mi'tM f'jTrVtlM Mr tKe'aegre children, the can still attand lie school df, jflfc frhfte cilldrcn. In another colurau will bo founsl tho prospectus of the SI. Louta limes. Thoro'has bean a( chant; In tho management of this. paper, and wo liare every reaaooio' bellare that' St will be all tbatlpo. leading Dem ociatUc paper ofthe West ihould b;-able and hopest, The need (or r uch' a' Democratic paper In thla itate Mi ucrcr been felt 10 tuch at now. J i oiu our personal knowledge of tiosc now Identified with the Times, vo hnvc no hesitancy In recommend ing this journal to tho patron ago of our reaacrs. Hon Tweed was released from the penitentiary on an order of the Now V jjfk court of appeals, as was, stale1 )au weok.be would bo. lie was Im mediately re-arrostod and taken tho ijllowbig day before tbo court of Oyer and 'Terminer. Aftor a war...

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