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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 July 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., JULY 21,1875. sro. 29. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY tl, 1875. LvwAL AND COUNTY NIWI. Mr. J. U. Porter, of Corso, had a hone killed by lightning on Saturday of Itil weak. II. 8liroedor hut removed his Ullor hop to the eecoiid door touth of the Laclede hotel. fhe public school la undergoing repairs preparatory to the opening of aeit teuton. Wat Powell iayi he confidently ex pected good weather after the circus, but at yet bo hat not soou It. County court wai in aeiilon Mon day and yetterday to lake Judgment oh and order tbo tale of delinquent lunde. Six of tbo clrcui honca wore left here, unablo to travel, to rest up. They ttarted this morning for Bowl lug Qreen. There la a letter In tho post-oflce, held lorpoatage, directed to Geo. C. Bonner, Nevada City, Vernon county, Mo. Notwithstanding tho great crowd of Friday there waa not a single die turbance of the peace. Everything was quiet and orderly. If you want a perfectly fitting co...

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. — 21 July 1875

TROY .JJUlJ, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1875. UO0D ItlMMT. Apple Womwini fair snd lovely Opniictluilb the dawiihis day, . flhwok Uirlr fairy IicihW and tioUucd To the IiIomoiim Vr" tb Way ; 1 Cmigbt the Miusldno in tliy frolic, v Held It litllielr pml lriUt. , buttered pcrmiiw m ,V.1l0C''i v.i.l laughing, daiieliijrtsMd tol1 Kiiiltaa Mowonw. pare and stalnlcM, Slmiv. flutter from the tree i .snowy iwtult dllniser rlftfiirilltliitoIInKr. , Kalrv uiwvlo robed hi white, llfrt .oiil.titf the dewy crawi. .... . noftly.tnuly, lglied Hood Mahtj' Hy aHaUy.nloneamllolu'ly. l.e!ivr and Mooin withered read. Will th trees seem robed lu sorrow, Moiinilinc fur ttwlr, beauty lied, tnl rrmii out tli barren branches Vtmllv veiled lit winters white, lliit)o!i;lol tlii coining sprlm; time. .Sv,'ciWtin?CI otee. breathe Oood Mgni. W. an; wultlii? for tlieVprlnp time lark nmtdreiir may be tin-day-Mill our v Mtul -furu tiirnlutf To t!it -miiolliao" far away, sj. w sink lei re.t. still tru-tliijr Sleep to dream 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. — 21 July 1875

TitE tboy riERAiD Wednesday; jtly 2i, isrs. Am iMnaratUa. Man and boy, I have attended over, twenty Fourth of July celebrations, and oyer t wepty titnoi have I marched to "lbs grove'.' aud listened to. the dry perforananrn of reading the Deo laratlon of Independence, followed by au oration from ome corpulent, bald-headed man, w,bo commenced by thanking God that ho was nn Aiucri can, and ending by declaring that the Yankee nation wai the biggest thing out doors. luted to wondor why somo genius didn't Invent a new way of celebrat ing -tbo Fourth, or at least bring out au improvement on "the grave' ' pro ceedings, aud I was highly gratified last year to discover that genius in a little town in Wyoming. lie was the president of tho village, and it was his Fourth of July celebration. Ho bad the "bossing" of tho whole thing, uud he was fully prepared for any aud every emergency. At daylight lie caused an anvil to be fired thir teen times to usher in the glorious day, and ho came to the ho...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 July 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JtfLf 21, TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 81, 1876. thu: Jan. a, . niin, MIMn. 11 hat been charged that the whisky ring furnlilied the Money for the St. (ihibe to buy the Democrat with. The Globocrat Indignantly repel the impeachment. Tho tudlctmcnli against Waddy Thompson, on which ho wai arretted by tho sheriff' of Shelby county, Tou ncssec, were lour forlarceuy and one 'for, perjury. Capt. CeJsus Price has been ap pointed luperiNtendent of imuranco (o till tho vacaucy occasioned by the drath of Geo. Blair. He Is a ton ot "0!d Pap," and wlil make a good otticor. W. P. Fishback, ono of Indiana's Kepubllcan leaders, and proprietor of the Indianapolis Journal, can't Maud it any longer. Ho has bid the party of centralization good -by and now takes straight Democrcy in Ills'. A correspondent of tho St. Louis !itublican proposes the erection ot monument to the memory ot Gen Blair. It would bo but a deserted tribute to one who held iu such pro round respect tho l...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 July 1875

mm tmYWBBKfft, Wednesday, july 21, istg. onercLirpiNQf. I'cachea inlhe Louisiana market. Cap., given the benefit at a thought, while you are devouring the luiclout fruit. Bellinger eounly li mferlng from the ravage of the potato bug. The chinch bug I doing a greet leal of damage to the aprlng wheat In Nodaway county. Crop reports from Mississippi county are moat flattering. Corn la more promlilng In Iron 'ouiity now than it bai been In ten oars. A new species of chinch bug Is doing considerable damage to crops lit Callaway county. They are of a jet black color oud as round as ahot, only flattened a little underneath and 1 he rnlu has no muroliiipremon upon the in limn it would have upoii a frojr. Thoy arc nuiuoroua lit oat cropa aud blue grass pasture. Says the I'latsburg Lever-. There have been several tine crops of wheat harvesicd southwest of here this tea sou. Itichard Chaney has cut 60 acres that will average SO bushels per aero. Virginia has commenced her wheat harvest the bes...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 July 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co, OF BROOKLYN, K. Y. NORTON & ACKERMAN, CASH CAPITAL, 1,060,001) ASSBTTS, .' 1,800,000 Louses Paid In the Pant ttO Years, OYER SINE illlf.LlON IMJLLAIIS. Now In tlio Time to IiiHiirc iu ti F'ix'Ht-olaHl Co ni luny. "Will also Insure against damage by IMitnliiKi on detached farm dwellings utid rosldouces, whotbor tire ensues or not. OFKICP AT BANK BUILDING. vlOnlylp Laclede Hotel, mar, - - .- " mo THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Iroiiitoiw. rplllS IS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL 1 furnlhed In good style, w th Its tutJe supplied with the best tin- market titlords. Mrangris stopping in Troy will Unit hero all the comfort;, of homo. .LJl.l'i .irm.1. Is stocked with strictly prime Liquors, as Rrandles Whisky. Wines. Ale-, , Hill) tns, etc.: alio the Illicit Manns 01 cisam mitt J. j. 11NI.KY. .UCnKR BASKIIKAI) FINEY Jt BANKHEAD, Comiiiistion, merchants Von THK SALE OF CATTLE, HOCiSk & SHEEP office: i . Union Stock Yards, St. Louis, Mo....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 21 July 1875

THE TROY HEUAliD, WOSDBSDAY, JULY 21, 1875. ' I If m "w-w ?- 1 1 Sundgy; Trftmily, Weekly RESTORED TO ITS OLD SIZE. An 9 ?ftire Journal. T TIIK LEADING democratic lAPElt WESTOFT11E MISSISSIPPI. . J he the LargMVihe Caeapctf ' tfceklr Paver PaklUhe. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE, The Weekly Times Is a Large Fifty Six Column Newspaper, the Lnrgosf and Cheapest Weekly Newspaper Published In the U. 8. $1500 IN .CASH PREMIUMS. I2." CaMi for tlio next tariff.! llt or lint les lliun'.'.'m names at $1 iii-t timtiini. ?7! Cah tor the. next largest list or lint li.s I lent irl name lit fl.J'i per aiimilii. .'0 l'a-li tor tlm next larfrrUil ol unties lliau W.i names at jl.-J.'i per aiimuii. rt C:llt tot tlio next JaifreM IM ill' not lt" than ."(. names it 9 1 .-J.', per annum. ,Ciih must ii'ii'omp.iiiy each 1.1ft Hpnt In. An account will In- uponed wllli each per miii coiilcnilinv I'ni- Die premium, and names nr II -t - i.'i i Ivi it I'riiiii time to time placed In a hi or ln-r m-illi. t, Under...

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

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1875. TROY HpRALD Fimwim jp mudd, AT 11. BO a dearies Advance. H ATM OP AOVKHTItlNO. I Miuaro 1 tBseitloa r. I JO Xtch additional insertion 7 Aduil Aralors' N6tlces 0 Miiidt-cttteiaent Notice 9 00 Mray Notices (sljiglortray) 3 00 ; in-h additional stray In ssme notice. . 1 00 l.llmral doduotlona will be made to regular tllVlirtlDftDI. . Adrrtlomnta will take the regular run I I Dm paper. Kxtra charges made for pre icrrwl places. , Nil certificate of publication vrlll be made .mill Midi publication liaa been paid for. 'I lie tiun-oliM-rvaiice of this rulo baa been .tin- ni'i'iulon of much trouble and actual loss. 4iur terms aro i Cash In advance, on aub nipilnus; cash mi delivery, ror Job work ml cash on demand, for advertisement . CHURCH DIRECTORY, f Haptimt. Kev. Mr. Hurnbatn, pastor; M-rvlccn on second and third .Sunday, morn int! mid evening. Christian. Eld. Win. Mcloan, pastor; nrvlec 4rat Hundty In each monlli. morn lug and evening; prayer-m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 July 1875

ALD. 1 1 .1. T?ROY, H&GOUti OOtJNTY, MO., JULY 28,1875. NO. 30. VOL. 10. rpiTT? Ill Lu i it i i I TROY JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 88, 1875. LhL AMI OOUNTV NlWt. Iivml of .our cttlsene wont down to St. Ll lut week to ice Bar nusa'i ibf. 1C. N. McLetlan Co. havo Just re ceived a fresh took of Candles and Laaoas. Will soil chenp. i m i The partial cessation of (he rains lias alven our farmers a chance to harvest their oate and gran cropi. Town hae consequently been rather dull for tome days. If 7 want a perfectly ittlnf coat, paata and veil, go to John By kora, fashionable taylor, flrit floor north of Cake'e harness atore. Per, fost satisfaction guaranteed. 24 Up to but Saturday work bad not ooased on the railroad. Mr. Alns worth, the engineer, claims that tt la the intention of the company to pros acute the work until completion. Wahthd. Every man who is row ruaalag or expects to run a raower, reaper or-threshing machine this sea- ion, to know that M. N. MoLellan Co. are selling No....

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

,D, WE TROY imn ir inli aa.iin l TsnewAiiti xackssx. A RagUaltMMlMJir feW ! (Ha tw novarua:v?oiuc. lion IhU year. present au exhibition, of paintings and itaiuary prhap J- , n ,'ii!-7i. marvellous creation of. Unn or cliiscV ia o worlhyof -tht-admlra-lion of the 'coimop'olitan' 'American at Foley' taiue ol BtoiJewotl Jael! gon, toon to bp, sent as a, gift fa he stale of Virginia. AHhougliU tan'd among galleries crowded with meri torious product jpn of? canvas or In marble, the mind j regard' nil .other tubject with cold cariosity or vague admiration, for the attention It1 HV If cd by hla'ccd of Vofio lp(. the hero of so many battles, which ot ihc name Um'c cinbodiei' the highest art of the sculptor. The reeling iriay exist in the brcasU of oufcouhtry liicu, which in one'ic'con would de tract from the valor., and wprluo.f the rebel-chleflan, and In-another, (In ougU overwrought zeal, rank him above Alexander, Ilauulbal, Caesar and Napoledn, yet time; which matcij all things even, whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 July 1875

THE Tft&Y HtenXfcDV" WMfiftM&DAY 'ffiLWAflugfol b 4 LSI I (HI.!, ' .-.'.. I' i , 'ifb. nAnrincn. ' ' l K f ' It 'waijln ,Uio Jfear,1847 I lift.. I Joined my regi'tneut ds a sub, In Bangalore ; and not tiotntf usod t sucli a cllmatH wh'orj 'Hid mcrciiry, rUiii lip to ltO (icrelu tho stiriuf,, with no. lflca of coning i (lawn again .till (all, I aeon found myself ati Invalid, and httiiost clfr6d 'tlio d'tjr that I had boon (emptcd tq'lonvc cool" old fin eland far sacli a cwolterlng, country. Some of my friends advliod a trip to tlio Malabar const, and Fwas nothing loth to try any change', believing ovoii the worst I could lionlbly niako rami be for tho bolter.' So I pro cured a palanquin, and eight food bearers, to take a turn about, and set off, forthwith, through a wild a country ai ever a poor mortal would with to see. ' ' Nothing -remarkable happened till xra entered what la known aa tho Wyuard Jungle, and .if nothing hnd happened thcro, I should liavo been tempted ta Indi...

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

THE TROY HERALD, 1TB3KBfiDAY, MSUt 2, 1876v TROY HERALB. WEnwiaDAy, july m, it; JM Batten. Waddy 'Thompson laog ulsheth If a MotnphltJeU The Cirrolion Jail hat only one dottn occtipantt. ' . Six country pauen in this Kate have tuspendod fho present year. The St. Louis district ctmp-mcot ing will commonce on the 12th prox. 1 Ten thousand acres of corn In the Wabash bottom, in the Ohio valley, wore overflowed last week. "Tramp, tramp, tramp, tho boys are marching" all over the country. St. Charles is afflicted badly, and Uto Ofismot says some of them are pre veiled upon to put in tbeir 'time ou the rock piles. The Timet say "Bads has all tho money lie wants to ooen tho mouth of the Mississippi, and tho lock-jaw begins to relax already." Docs the Tina mean that the Captain Is a water-cure doctor ? (ten. Sam. F. Carey, who says that no man surpassed him in denuueia tioa of the Democratic party a few years past, now says, that bad as its war record may have been, the peaco if cord of tho...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 28 July 1875

mmtamntm " TH4T THE ' OLMBT AJfB MOOT KKtABLS BOOT Mill SHOE SHOP la tar- Mattel Mlatesmrt had SHUT XT3P ? I y that the Fubtle cannot Afford to let the Good Old Institution SHUT XJT, That ww irtartcd cu the "Wing and kept flylnir on the Win, by tlio How of Wing. lor nearly half cuittury. well and truly to the satisfaction of all, old Mncoln county, till we ary and tired, It rested uj'tm A HUGE CAKE, Putthr Cake it neither oat up nor SHUT UP, Kor the atop U itlll running with Good Selection of Material FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF BOOTS AND SHOES 1 All DeMcrlptlorm. Imported French Kip, the. best that can be made, for a No 1 Hoot and French Calf Boots LOW DOWN, American Calf and Kip Boots mill lower. Call at the Uld Stand, leave your order and Ret your money' worth at W. J. PILCHER'S, I-ato CAKtt A ROOEKS. . Troy. May M, 1875 Af.OT OF BLANK UKANOE AT H.IOATI0X8 lor Membership at only Kilty Ceuts a Hundred. Fil'tv ror HB cents ; twcnty-tlvr tor SO cents ; lex than that num ber 1 cent each. ...

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

the 4fooTfcifi rtifomk ACKtfWAN, X at " w fAsn wrmi, 1,118,000 ussim' f mow frW to-the Past 10 Yearn OVER NIKE New 1m tho Tlmo to Xuuro in a Fl'Mt-claM Com ' pany. Will ilin twanM imIiiiI ilamacre bv litrhtnlntr, on detached farn dwefilntf imd losldoucos, wmjthor fire ensues or not. . . OFJjICF AT BANK BUILDING. Vl0n4ylp Laclede Hotel, 77? or. .... MO THORNHILL 4BUSWELL, Xsomlotoi. THISIS A FlttST-CLASSlIOTEL furnWied in good style, with It table supplied with thabeHtbe insrket afford. Hninger stopping In Troy will Hud hero all the couiiorw ui numc TTTTC "RAH i. .innkwl with strictly prime Manor, Mich llrntidle. Whlskys, Winn. Ales, uins, etc. : also tho uuest brand of cigar. 2nK J.G.FINLEY. lKR IMSKIIKAD mm, Coniiui)) ,er.jpantB roa;in CATTLE, KHEEF orjrics Union ttnKyaM ICSli, J. Mock otd at. Mi ranee made on,eonl Hirerenoe : w lHou ..-.vrv, nffii.i. nui i . t.. HQiMt.'Rnmn iirtt m v " " T "V vfln3!)m5 in gHank. Buffalo Nursery ' Is tub Place. TO BUY 1KEES. Will Sell to Suit ihc T...

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

THE TOOT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY28,il8ff5. . r TTTTvrsrT mm While sTttln in front d mii Hotel, talking to a fuluro great ultlzen nuout tliu of St. Louis, whe muoat uaya clerki raftlt ami pilot rasrjl miter a full liHul ancleal inarlucr lot jup oil ,wJiiyUn$Ue'arra) of the next chulr, turned joitfaroVusi and remarked: "You.was spoakin or the old river day a?" "We whs," I replied-' "i'orhap, bott, you have been reading aomaofx8ani. CUmcnr yirna?" I:he1d' tin a eopy ol tUe Atlantic, opo.ii at Mark Twain"! article, Mdoli had reedy 'brought about tho conversation. "Yei, I thought atoai!, fee don't tell al.l ho kiiows,H oibcla rWermau, iHMchliisf.flstir for j. tobacco pouch wlilM, ir-MAlWmr Aaa tiaJalna-to a 1 1 IfliiU. 'Theryi one little .atairjie .Hit worked Into prlet j'ft, aiior i 'uiiitlikey;WiKr V. Tho social 'quit 'off on lilt reminis cence at thft point and talked jteuor ally about the. bad outlook 'off the urotm and tho universal disadvantage of dryness. Booing that nothing' but ...

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

THETEROY HERALD, WEDKfi&BAY, JULTi 28, : 11 1 mw TR OX. HERALD H,.4o.V..;T,.'iav.. RATI e OF ADVMTIBHie. ' ) aquaM 1 tnterttoi t II M Karh oMlMteul tnaerlloi T AdiulMttraten' Notloea f rlnal MtttMBMt Motlaeo. .'.... i 00 tiav Notices (Mnaie Mravi. -. b oo ' mh ariAltlaal itriv In aaaaa aatlee. . 1 00 1 .then! deductions will be nude to regular avnitiMn. AdverUiomente will tike the recular run t tho paper. Extra charges made for pre I erred places. No oerUicate of publication will be made iutll ouch publication has bees paid for. '1 h non-observance ef this rule baa been i liii oaaaMou of Much trouble and actual loaf, Our terms are : Cash In advance, on aub- iilptiona; cah on delivery, for Job worn inu casn on oemanu, tor aaveruaemenui. ' CHURCH DIRIOTORY. Daptimt Kav. Mr. nurnham. naator KTvtcea on aecondand third Sunday, uoru iliitf and evening. r.HRiaTiAN Eld. Wm. Metoan. naator drvlcaa flrnt Mund jv In earh month, morn .log and evening ; purer-meeting Weduee day evening. .Met...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 August 1875

HERALD. VOl). 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., AUGUST 4,1875. NO. 81. THE TROY TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1876. LOOAL AND OOUNTY NlWt. The citizens In tho neighborhood of New Salem expect to have a post offce tool located at that point with W. II. Crenshaw at postmaster. Troy ought to be made a money order postofBce. Many smaller of ftcea hare this convenience. Let us petition. A fine young race horso, belonging to Levi J. Garrett, killed himself last Saturday by running against a g"te and receiving a stake In his bowels. Our West prairie frionds have teen poorly of this season In regard to mall facilities and are beginning to talk about a bridge over Culvre. W. T. Reeds, Agent for the Victor Sewing Machine, trades machines for all kinds of saleable stock, such as horses, mules, cattle, sc. If you want a perfectly fitting coat, pants and vest, go to John Sy kora. fashionablo tailor, flr st door north of Cake's harness store. Per feet satistactlon guaranteed. u2 The following Is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 August 1875

r H TROY IffiR&kD.1 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1878. . ii. iiii... . : AVividPicturt. MatalEiomeyne stopped stock itlll, The' phice wasfln the heart of the Pennsylvania coal region, the coun try was wild In the extrcmo,' broken and nonotouot)! on every tide of him. The sky was overcast with' ragged, wluuVdrireu clouds, it waian hour after nightfall, and tlio faint, oncer lain itarllght shining from changerul rifts was proving all Insufficient to guide film on his rather perilous way, when at a sudden turn In the path he stopped, a vaguo impression, which had been creeping over lilm during the last hour, breaking In tho vjvid nest of unwelcome conviction now. Precipitous height's loomed up on cither hand, 'befOro him was n deep cut or tfu'fty through which the path led, avidlt the further end ol this, IcsathWa quarter or a mile away, a deeply lurid glaro shono out, filling nil 'the spaco beyond and reflecting against the cloudy sky. Tjiere could be no doubt now ; ho had lost his way an...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 August 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AlTGtJST 4175. miUN hum mi It ! Mid "murder will out," rind few, coniparatirety, are those who escape, In thtt world, eran, tha Juit punlihraent for their orlma. Yat aoma do, and worse till, there ara many casei where the Innocent hare Buffered for the mlideeda of thoie who ara guilty. We have a ease In point that 'ought to have publicity, at It comet from a tource of high re rpeetabllity. It rocalla the ttory of a murder committed fifty-eight yeare ago, and whlob, at the time, created a profound tontatiou In the "Green river county," at followt : In the year 1817, Dr. John P. Baa dorton wat murdered in that part of Darren county which It now Metcalfe county, Ky., and John C. Hamilton, a wealthy citizen residing in the neighborhood where the body of the murdered man wat found, wat ar retted, tried and convicted for the murder. The evidence againtt Ham' ilton wat wholly circumstantial, and to remarkable In its character at to produce not only In the minds ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 4 August 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AttoUSl, 1876. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 4, 1876. rum: JNi A s. riMiBa, EMtors. TUB NEW csmrratDTtM. We preieut to our readeri this vcek, In supplement form, (ho full tcit or the new conitltutien of this elate, to bo voted upon on the SOlh day of October noxt. It It quite a lengthy document, but we hope all our patrons will read and study It carefully. We have not yet had time to road It, and of courie are not pro (tared to make any comments theroon. Wo had the supplements prlntod in St. Louts, so as to glvo the consti tution to our readeraas oarly as pos 'Mo, but It may be they .will not ar il vein timo to send otit with this number. If not, they will bo mailed to our subscribers as toon as recoived. The publishing house of J. B. Ford A Co., who hold tho contract of pub lishing Ilcechor's "Life of Christ," have tailed. Duncan, Shoritiau Ss Co., ono of the Uigeat bunking Arms of Wall street, New York, failed last week, Its lia bilities amounting to a...

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