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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 August 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO AUGUST 25,1875. NO. 34. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26,1876. . i , -. LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. We acknowledge the receipt of complimentary tickets to the Ashley Jul r. John T. GUraore, overseer of road district twenly-lUree, has done lomo very good work In hie district. Mr. licKet, has a picture showing the portrait of every member and officer of the constitutional cohvoh clou. Dr. Tlce Informs us that his school district has Just finished the best school house lu the county, outside of Troy. Mrs. Dodge, mother of T. R. Dodge of the Rals County Heeord, formerly of this place, died In New London on the 12th Inst. If you want a perfectly fitting coaf, pants and vest, go to John Sy kora, fashionable tailor, first door north of Cake's harnoss storo. 1'er foot satisfaction guaranteed. nS, The hog cholera still rages in this county. We have heard it estimated that the loss lu Millwood township will amount to forty thousand dol lars. Mrs....

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. — 25 August 1875

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1876. Olt.THS BMMTBF. BY K. C. flTBDMAN. MM 1c conference meeting through at last, Wo boya around tlio vestry walled, To nee tho girls tome tripping past, Like snowbird willing to be mated. l bmcr lio that lean tho watt Hy level inti-ket flaMicii llttcn, Titan I, who Hteppi'U beforo them all, Who louged to. wo lao get the asltteu. I.ut no, she bluriicd aid took mv arm ; We. let the old folk have the blgliwa;, And Htartud toward the Maple Farm Along a kind or lover' by-way. I .can't remember what we said, 'Twaa nothing worth a hoik or story. Vet that rude path by which we aped Seemed all transformed and in a glory. 'Che anow wascrljt beneath our feet, I he moon was full.thc U1I1I1 were gleaming )'.) hood and tippet khvltered awcet. Iter face .with youth and health wa beaming The little hand outside her muff U sculptor If you could but mould It! t-c IVihllv touched my Jacket cuir, 1 keep It warm I had to bold It. To liavo her wi tli tnc thero alone T...

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. — 25 August 1875

ftHE TROY HERALt), WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1875. THE NEW CSJNSTITOTTI01V. flu Aavaataajea Ml rartls br AMlta Hallaaar. AtllMTOIt'fl OFFIOK, STATR OF MlflSOtTRt.CtTY OF jKrKKKSON, Autr. 11, 1875. Hon. E. IK Norton, Platto City, Mil sotirl : IHar Sir : Your letter of tbo 4th hist, wag duly received, In which you ask tny vlowt In relcrouce to tho practical worklnjr of the now con stitution on tho finance of tho state, should it bo adopted by tte people, uto. I nm very decidedly of tho opin ion that lit adoption will lave to tho tnx-puycrsof thoilntoa large amount of money annually, and that llsopjr atloii will haro tho effect to materi ally roduco tho rate of taxation. I tn order to approximato the saving of money to tho stato by tho adop tion of tho now constitution, It will lio necessary to show the expendi tures which have heretofore occur red, and which will be cut off by it operation, and for tbo purpoio of clu tildntiiiff tho subject more clearly, I will treat of each number under ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 August 1875

Ultfif ftEllALD, WEDNfigiJAY, AUGtfST 25, 1876. TROY HERALD. sstat-rat-aaaa WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1875. THE. JMi A, . NIMEB, nvum, . 1 Eiitswa. tear Admiral IS'apolean Collins, commander of tho South 1'aclrlc fleet, United Stales navy, died of erysipelas at Uollao, on the 9th imt. llertjy Mitchell lias been doing "Hamlet" for the people of St. Louis i chief attraction at an actor it taid to be the "perfection of bad act lofi." Tho body of Mr. tirlmwood, tho reporter that went up In a balloon with Donaldson, hat been found and identified. McDonald nor tlio balloon lias yet been found. Waddy Thompson it back at Jcflcr o,n City again. Ho gave ball in the urn of $5,000 to appear at the Xovetn-l-r term of tho Shelby county, Tou liessee, criminal court. Tho contraction policy of the bank ih and boudholdcra it bearing lit legitimate frultt. Tho I'assalc print work autpended on tho 19th intt., throwing thrco hundred pertont out a; employment. Says the Shelby (Ky.) Sentinel: Official returnt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 August 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUSIT ,25, 187o. IN William W. Carpenter and Delia i.arpenter, bli wife. ttiliik M. .lonham and SnlmOdn Karri. Damage. Now, berc come the plaintiff by their at tiiriii- . ana die tneir petition. . ataiinK MtiKin other thing that the defendant, Sc Italian Kama. !i a nonresident it tin; -tate til MIitourl. and ask the itndoralgned, clerk in' tin-circuit court of Lincoln county, Ml oiirl. tnatsaldnonrcirtdentdufundaiit lie no HuVd'or tbo tommpnitment of thin suit; It i therefore ordered by the tindcr-lKiied i.Ii tk, iii vucatlon a aforoiald. thut voii. fw liuniluu Karrla, nonresident defeitdnni, Iih, ami vm aru hereby not I lied that plaintiff liueVnumetU'ed a Milt aralmt you for tlir um cit one huiidri-d dollar damage for ilimwltutdown and parrying away eortaln lime ruTIs, for which plaltttltfa ak Judgment inr triple damage, and unlaw you be and iiliiicar be foni the judge ofour ilrniltcjurt ul iheiieit term lliereor, Which nald court will Iih heh'Uii and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 August 1875

1 'A THE I TilXiv IIERAliirwilDNESDAYi AUGUTST25, 1875. 2w v. I I S A -i' ..f . ASBBa. JSIOR AjgcxttM. MSI eiNTlL, 1,000,000 iMl m;m Lonntn in .Jhc w ltt WlMLlOIf DlilJ ARM. Now Ih tHo Tlmp to IiiMiiro lan 11rMtolaH Cifm ' pany. Will alio Insure against damage by lightning, on detached arm dwellings ami residences, whether firo ensues 01 HOt. OFFICF AT BANK BUILDING. vlOaiylp laaoledo Hotels TROY, .... MO THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprietors. millSIS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL 1 furnished in good Myle. with its" table f.,mlied with the best tbe market affords. Mrsngers stopping in Troy will tinil lirru all We conuoria 01 nonic. THE HAK l stocked with strictly prime Liquor. Mick sltraadtes. Whisky. Wine. Ales, (ins, etc. ; also the flnvat brands of cigar. Sola J. G. FIN LIT. ARCHER RASKHKAD FINEY BANKHEAD, Comuiiftfcioii IMrrchauls ron tiii: sw.ie or CATTLE, HOCiS A: SIIXEP nrnrr: Union Stock Yards, St. Louis, Mo. Mock sold at U tne yards. Liberal ad vances made on consignment. References :...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 August 1875

THE TROY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, AyG-U&T 25, 1875. Oar TetUTalc Llf. , Ztiii licoiilo think the eras tell ttie Morj'0(r yor lire more punuy-tHf otiy otlicrfo all other features. ' ' '' Dr. Holme says : "Ml of a man's otlicr feature arc made for Jit in, but n nttiii inakci Ml bw tttli.'' So wo think, and believe1 In many hi stances tlio mouth to bo the better de lineator of character. The fine indistinct Hnox about tlio mouth that ore forined there by III tcmpor, by want, by selfish desires, tiy sorrow, by malice, by hate, by Misrn", by ull tlio fooa of our peace within, nro k irony evidence nf ulnt us, and bear wltncii of what that 1b, or lmt been, in our Una' experience. Tha writing li legible to htm who rare to road. "Fine aud distinct though they be, they tell the plain, unvarnished itory, iind encored and emphasised, without our consent. 'Hie whole tragedy of. oar lite may lie v;. -It ten there, uo matter how pleading the eye, how yearning the (,'no, how sorrowful tho expression,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 August 1875

I 'tfHE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1875. TROY HERALD Mi, , mtMktD;" ei YW la AdVsano. SHERIFF'S 8ALE.rBy virme and authority of spaniel execution Issued tbT eaa of.iSeeisrit at the eeuatr mm or ai RATtt em? ABVBHTMIIM. I sonars 1 MmMMi It W lacb addllUMM InaerUoa TO AdinlntstMm' Notices ?? I llfel flntUeeMRt Notices see a oo triii1 f alnaU etravl .TutcmJ OtiueUMH i wll be made to rwutar p' ik the nntir ran el the paner. Extra charges made far pre !V wrtraea'te of Bubtlraticm will be nsado i.llf mm muWtmAtim kil km Bald for. lTio.uonaivakeeof tato rule fias been i Iih afmiIii af bmsb trouble nd actual lees. Orir teems are: Cash In advaaee, on nub ii-lptlonsi eean on delivery, jor jod won nil oan M MMMlt I Of NTmuainiH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. it 1 friar. Rev. Mr. Hurnham. motor i m r vtcfc on second sad third Suadsys, morn ins and evening. Ohkibtian. Ed. Wra. Melosn, patter; vrviMi Scat MnnJ:ir in each month, morn in;; .end evening; pMyer-mectlng Wednes- CWV C.SSUBM. 'Mmtotiiar E. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 1,1875. NO. 35. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SKPT'R. 1, 1876 LOCAL AND COUNTY NKWS. The public and high School and I'arkcr Scmluury begin their sussions on Monday next. Wool folk tc Gordon liavo just re ceived direr. i from i he manufacturer the largest Mock of Jeans ovor shown in thu market. Col. Hull was in town the ottior day. No says he lias no idea of aban don In j; hit citizenship in this county, which Is as it should be.. The camp-meeting at Flint Hill commenced last Thursday. Wo have a yet heard but lew Itetm. of Interest. Ituv. Dr. Wills preached on Sunday Thomas Shaugbncssy, who had hit arm torn off in a threshing machine, a notice of which we gave last week, died last Thursday, from tho effects of gangrene. From all the Information' wo can gather wo arc Inclined to believe that tho corn crop will be larger this year than over known before, notwith standing so much of it was destroyed by the floods. We have received...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 September 1875

THE TJROY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. TROY JffiRALD. 'WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R. 1, 1876, The Suspected Spy. A fcTOnY OF TUB PENINSULA WAR During the time that Murat hold military rule at Madrid, he had occa Ion to tend Important despatches to Junot, thai at Lisbon; but It wa r. in alter of great difficulty, at all the roads were in possession of tlio army of Castagnos troops commanded by flic most distinguished men of the Spanish revolution a'nd were ajjo in fested by a dreadful enemy of tho French gucrlllai. Murat tpokeof lilt embarrassment t Baron BtrogonotT, the Hutstau am bassador at Madrid, Russia was .it this tlmo the friend tnoro than tho !ly of French. After some consider ation, Strogouoff aald he llioi vrlit It rould be managed. Hu proposed tl.ata PolUh lancer, dressed in tho Russian unlfurm, should be rharpcrt villi despatches from hU court to Admiral Slnlaviu, who was then fit the. port of TiUbou, and that ho might at tho same time convoy verbal des patches from Murat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. a rtorv or the SHEsm-r. A well tralnea hotel clerk, who knowi hie duty rightly, considers that tho Accepted gaeit In the hotel is as much in hti own casilo as in his own home, and will not iormlt him to bu knowingly disturbed by unploasant or unauthorized Intruder. This, aometimcs, It of ici v ice, and proventi dliagreeablo consoq-ionces, as will be seen in tho history bore about to bo given, the scono of which was at the Tremont house in Boston several years ago, and one of the acton thoro in a well-known merchant of Boston who, over tho nam ue plume "Acorn," used to furnish scmo of tho liveliest sketches of humor, and sharpest of dramatic criticisms to tho old Now York Spirit of the Timet, whom wo shall designate ns Jim Pines: tho other a well-known business man of our sister city of Portland, whom, for convenience sake, wo will call simp. inasmuch ns ho was short wlion one of tho actors In tho sccno wo aro about to toco u nt. It chan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R 1, 1S76. THE. . riSMRt J9B. A. MVBB, Trader the aevr management the Montgomery Standard cornea out squire for (he new constitution. The out rate mill baa been moved from tbe South to the North. For particulars apply to Illinois, Iudlaua Iowa, or Bleeding Kaataa. Ex-Uoy. Young wu robbed on tho highway near Leilugton, in this slate, by a masked highwayman "Your money or your life" is getting to be most too common a salutation Kultlux in Indiana new. A band o.' uiasfcod robbera pillaged and then burned tho house of Wm. Mains, firmer near Haven, Indiana. Mrs. .V.aina fled for fear of her life. It doesn't all occur in the South. let the Chicago Inter-Ocean hoist in bloody shirt. Eight negroes were killed in a riot at a church near Ma con, Mississippi, ouo day last week The riot originated between a white i;in and a negro aboutdrum-bcatliij;. W. S. Bryan has sold the Mont conu'ry standard to two lawyers, It. W. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 September 1875

TI1E TKOY HEBALD, WEDNESDAY; SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. SPECIAL COMMI8SIU NEIt'S Mir In partition Martin O. 'fhomiwon, Rhoda B. Trail and TbomM B. Trail her hmband, Cynthia A. lmetiMd William P. Jametonhrr Iiuh liamt. William W. Olbton, Edward K. (iilMbh and MaiuflMllhiion bv tlndr KU.'ir illsii unit curator, William fJ. (llbaon, e. parte. II) virtue ana authority of tho appoint' ineiif nf thn umtrnlcned a Btieclal coinlnls inner In the above entitled caue, und uu order of vale Imtied rrum the omen or tin' clerk nf thn clri'tiltt otirt of Lincoln county. Mlniiun, dated July. '.its, 1816, In raid c.iuv, 1 Mill OU Tuctttuy, October 5, 1S75, lietwem the hoitr nf nine o'eloek In the liii'i-iiiiiiii iii.d live o'clock In tint utter. tiiioii nl that d:iy at the court liolire door in litis townot Troy, Lincoln county, Mir ourl. null at public vendue to the liltflicxt lilililer uu lOliawiUK uvrcrini'ii real e.ur, -itiuti'iii Lincoln county, aiiskouii, w-wii lieitliinliif,' at a itutin Iron) which t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. Ptienlx Jnawance Co, ' OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. i NORTON It ACKERMAN, Atrcmta. mi mmi, 1,000,000 mm, imooo . f josmcii PmU la Ike Past 30 Yearn. OVER ATM 15 MILLION DOLLARS. JVo w 1m the Tlmo to Xniraro iu u lTiVMt-olaaiaa Com pnuy. "Will alio Insure antnit tUmiKO by lilitnlntr. on detached farm dwellings uiut rosldoucos, wbotbor fire otuuea or not. OFFICE AT BANK BUILDING. vl0n4ylp Ximoleda Hotel, TIWY, .... MO THORNHILL ft BU8WELL, Proprietors. THIS IS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL furnished In good style, with it table Mipphcd with thu best tbo market affords. Hi-anger stopping In Troy will And her all the coinrorts or nomo. 'PtTTi' 13 A 17 In Mocked I with strictly prime Liquors, suet e..Whlskys, Wines, Ales, dins, uh Ilrnndles etc. ; also the D nest brands of clears. 211 in J. O. FINI.EV. ARCHKR IIAKKIIEAD FINEY A BANKHEM, ConiiuiHuion ltlerchaats VOH TltE SALE 0' CATTLE, IIOGS aV MBEEP office: Union Stock Yards, St. Loula, Ma. tftock sold nt Ml t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 September 1875

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. iMVatkal drawn, There wero tli.ics when lilt crown was tlio Indlspciisablo companion of vcry king; not that ho always wore it. like the monarch! of melodrama, but it was hla personal property, al wo1' kept within easy roach. Ho cai'iictl it with him on hit journeys; when )io rode at the head of hli feu itnl chivalry on thebnttlo-fiold, a Jew olcd i oronct on hi helmet took Its it:icc ; ho woro it at hi court; It vn ilia one great mark of Ida royal llt'tiliy by which men could foci he wns n king. It would seem that some M' these old sovereigns slept with tlirir crown upon a tublo botlde tholr lirds; there It, hotvovcr, no reason to niuipoie tlmt they actually woro it i In ring the hour of repose, though tin y nre oltnn represented as doing m. ! uie illuminator 01 incuisovai tii'.inti'-ci'lplK. Of course this Is only !t conventional sign indicating that tlio sleeper is a klug, for assuredly tln hcud would llo very uneasily that wore a cro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 1 September 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875. TROY HERALD ,m mtunnsr FISHER Jk. MUDDi fltO 0, Yoiir.U.XdvAnon. RATH OR ADVIftJISINO. 1 Mttira 1 Insertion...-...' It 60 Each. additional Insertion,,. . 78 Administrators' Sotleo 8 00 tlrul BetUeinent Kotleea 00 etray Notices (single stray) . 3 00 hacbaddttlonal stray In aasae otlee . . 1 ,00 Liberal deductions wlU be mad to ruular advertisers.' ' ' ' Advertisements will take the regular run ef the paper. . Extra charges made for pre jerrcdplacca. ' Mo certltloate of publication will be made until iucIi publication has been paid for. The notwtlftf rvaace or tela rule baa been the occaaiou of much trouble and actual loea. Our tenna are t Cash In advaaee. m nib illations; esh on delivery, for job work ad eaeh ui Uenvaad. fur advertisements. CMOROH DIRIOTORY. Bamirt. Uev. Mr. Burnham, pator; f e rviees on second aud third (Sundays, morn ing and evening. CnatsTtAN. EM. Wm. Melosn, psstor; services first 8und.iv In rat h month, morn ing and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 8, 1875. NO. 36. TROY JHEHALD. WEDNEBDAY, SEPT'R. 8, 1876. LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. If yon want school books go to) Ilia Drug House of Baiii'l T. East. 'Squire Shelton says ho has been living out of door long enough. Ho Is liavlug a flue houso built. A KOTHEii. Meredith Waters came into Chaln-of-Rocks Monday morning and gate lilnisolf up to I ho authori ties, reporting that he bad shot and killed a daughter of Junes Callaway, who lives on ono of Mr. Brcvator's farms, lie claims that the shooting wus accidental. Off fok Collkok. John Colbert started yesterday for Dethsny, West Virginia, to enter college. R. L. Rob In sen left yesterday to resumo loot tires at tho medical school of tho 8t. Louis unlrcrslly. Goo. II. Mudd, of .Millwood, left on Monday for Louis vllle, Kentucky, to attend medical lectures. Chhai Freights. There will bo a meeting of the Hurricane, Union, .Snow Hill and Durr Oak townships, ttud nil others who ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 September 1875

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R. 8, 1875. Hiss Lollipop's Fatty. BY LOU DOBLKK. Dora Lollipop wm A pretty girl, aud alio knew It. Her parents were the same opinion ; Hkewiso her older In other Bob, a recent graduate from ftculllng college, who flattered him self ou boing a judgo of beauty, as veil at the belt rower in his clast Jtobert Lollipop, sr., was a confoc Honor by trado, and tlio proceeds of )fs thrlrlng business had enabled Mm to giro both of his children list-clsss education, Dora having just roturaed from boarding-school v here abo became duly proficient in every branch of useful and usolcss kuowledgn. Her birthday was an proaching for theelgtoenlh time, and as this anniversary grew tnorelm portant with each succeeding year the happy event was to bo celebrated on this occasiou with more than the ti filial ecfat. Preparations wcro already at a good stage of advancement in the kitchen, while Dora and her mother were closoted In the "library" (so called by the facetious Dora,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 September 1875

THE THOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1875. A CENTENNIAt, ROHANOK. Tlio Loulivllln Journal tells the lory of tiliioty-ntne years ajro. 8un day, July 14, 1776, juit when tho nidoly constructed fort at Boons borough lay Id drowsy 1(11111011 on tlio banks of the Kentucky river, Daniel Boone and his associate, Rich nrd Callaway, had boon absont at nee early In tho morning, and the good wlvci, sharers In tho toll of tho early pioneer day, wcro enjoying tho rest that the Sabbath brought even to tho unbroken wilderness. In the grato- . fill shade of tho tree iu one cornor of tho enclosure Mat thrco young glrli, just bloomlnfr Into womanhood, and giving an unwonted charm to tlio rough evidences of civilization which had but recently forced themselves upon tho urlmltlvo harmony of the surrounding scenery. The eldest of tlieso maldonswas Elizabeth Calla way. The other girls wcro younger by two years, aiuidlfiercd from her in appearance, canny uailaway was fulror than her sistor Betsy, but ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R 8, 1876. THE. jmn. Ai Milan. HUB. jeTTinas r a bubal rmitei. St. Louib, Sept. 3, 1875. If, like Mlcawber, one waited for aoaaethlng to turn up Instead ot hunting It up, newspaper correspond on co would bo dull reading. This will apply to oitloa aa well aa tlio rural dlitrlela. I hare now ipent two days looking around and have found or heard of llttlo that may prove of Interest to the readcra of tun Herald ; nevertheless, a letter from the Future Great may provo aiulto in the great wholo that constitute the term "news." The faces of the morchants, which the dull season that Is rapidly passing sway had elongated to mourning proportions aro shortening, and hopeful smiles Induced by an im provement in busluess may bo ob served on 'Change. This revival or trade, however, cannot improve the condition of those sections where tho crops have seriously failed ou ac count of the floods. Beforo tho money can bo drawn ...

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