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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1875. SPKCI AL COM M 1 8 S I U XER'S ale tn partition Martin (I. Thompion, tthodi F Trait and Thonuw 1L Trad her huabind, flynthla A. Jameeenand WIIHam li. Jtraosonhor htt hand, Wllllnm W. Gibson, Edward V, (illnon and ManMo (lihson be their tfilnr- dlan and curator. William ,N. Hlb-un, i'Ni:irtc. Ily vtrtue anil authority or Ihr appoint incut of the undersigned us sr?rlai ciiinint ioiicr in tlio abovo entitled cause, and mi order of sale liued from thn office of the clerk of the circuit court of Lincoln county, Minmrt, dated July 'Jt, IS7&, in Midi ciiiic, i w ill on Tuesday, October fi, 1875, In tween tint hour of nion o'clock in the iniviinoii ami the o'clock: in Hie inirr ii. mil iif tli.it iluv itt the court honc ilnor In l lie town (it Truy, Lincoln county, Mis. uiirl, rail at mi ii iv ventme initio iiigutiM. IiIiI.Iit tln followlm described real 1 : t . situate In Lincoln county. JIImuil, lo-wlt : lic-lunlng nt nalonu ironi which t...

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. — 8 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co. OF BROOKLYN, N. V. NORTON & ACKERMAN, Aorcnt. GASH CAPITAL, 1,000,000 ASSETTS, 1,800,800 Losses Paid In Ihe Past 90 Years, OVER NINE IfllfiLlON MIjLARS. No-yv In tlio Time to Inmtro iu a ITlMtclHaM Cam pnny. Will alto insure agalnit clamasro by lightning, on dotachcd farm dwelling and reilucuces, whether fire cutuei or not. OFFICE AT BANK BUILDING. YlOnJylp laAolode Hotel, TROY, .... MO THORNHILL & BU8WELL, Proprietor. THIS IS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL furnished In pood style, with I In Ulile Mippiicd witn inc eu ine maricei anorus. Strangers stopping In Troy will tlnd hers all mo conuoris 01 nomc. THE BAR Is stocked Willi strictly nrlrao Manors, uc nls liraudles, WliUkys, Wines. Ale, Gins, etc. ; i1k tUo finest brand of clgir. J. U. FINLEY. AnCIIER ItAXKIIEAD FINEY IANKHEAD, Commission lUerchants for Tits sale or CATTLE, HOGS fc MDEEP office: : Union Stook Yards, at. Louis, Me. Stock void nt nil the yard. Liberal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 8 September 1875

THE TBOY-HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1875. TM Grata Surylr. rOommcrclal Advertiser.! ' ' ' ' For more than a month past deal oi'B and consumers of grain have been seriously agitated in regard to the f'utiiro supply of grata. The seme storiua (hiring that time have cadi successfully increased their agitation. The post few dnys of good and picas tuil weather have caused a better Icellni? in grain circles, and with tlie udrciit of sunsliiuo havo coino ad vices of a much more cheering na ture than we were led to expect from the reports of devastation first sent forth. It is stated that the storm belt cm limned an area of fully 190,000 fitinrc mile-, and that this Includes fully one-third of the area seeded to wheat in tho country. From this es tliunlelt is argued, that one-third of the usual wheat crop, and also that of other grain, has beeu injured by the ruin-lull. To what an extent nn Injury has been dono opinions illfl'or. 'I'lii! first reports stated that whole coiintios hud be...

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

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1875. TROY HERALD riSHEB A MUDD, AT r1.fO a Year la Advance. Qusckonbos' History for only one dollar at the Drug Uoustof Sem'l T. hast. A hone bolong Inf to Mr.Ssmuol llutt fell Into well lut Wednesday, which made that fsatletuan itep around quite lively until It was res uod. The horse was but little in jured. . Aim Crushed. A son of Bold Wallace, who lives aboat four tnllos south-west of New Hope, had his mm. crushed In cane mill last Satur day. It was amputated uear the el bow, by Drs. Welch, Vaughn and Lovelace. We give In this Issue a letter show ing up a swindle that hat been per petrated in several school distriots of the eastern part of the county. The parties are undoubtedly the same that linvo been victimising school dlree tors in Pike and Audrain countlos, nccouuts of whose exploits we have just seen in the papers of those counties. List of letters in the post-office .September 1, and If not called for in thirty days will be sent to...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD. t i VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 15,1875. NO. 37. TROY JERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R. 15," 1876. LOCAL AND OOUNTY NEWS. Grand ball at the court house, Tuesday, Octobor the 6th. Anderson's History for only 86cts. at the Drug House of Sam'l T. East. l'rof. Flemmlng, the blind phrenolo gist, is delivering a courso of lectures nt tho public school. We liopo thai lie will bo well patronized. Found. A pair of steel -ribbod spectacles on Main street last Thurs day afternoon. Tho owner will And tbctn at this offlce. We havo to thank the courteous W. W. Anderson, secretary of the Loulslaua fair company for a compll uicntary ticket to the seventh annual fair, which will begin on tho Hth of October and last four days. Mr. Perkins bought, seventeen line steers of Mr. D. Kelly last Monday, which averaged eleven hundred and live pounds. Mr. Perkins has fifty seven steers nearly ready for market The Salt River Missouri Baptistas oclatlou met in New IIopo last Frl day ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 51, 1875. T. XI 8W lOli uoai seen TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, BEPT'K. 15, 1875. Stonewall Jackson. ftm latmatlMf Kewliilsecaa r Rev. riMHce McCarthy. Sixtcou years ago, when I was com- menclng to preach, I was tho paitor of tho Baptist church In tho village of Lexington, In tho valley of Vir ginia, tho scat of tho Virginia mili tary Instltuto and of what is now called Washington and Leo univer sity. A more beautiful and romantic spot than Lexington cannot bo found. The village, and iudeod tho whole country, is a succession of beautiful hills which gradually swell into lofty mountains, encircled at their bases with glons and grottoes and rivers of crystal broken by waterfalls and cascades without number. A few lullcs to tho cast, tho Blue Ridge, like a wall of cloud, extends from north to south as far as tho eye can rench. And on tho west numerous mountain poaks rlso above tho gcutle outline of tho horizon. A few miles to tho south Is tho famous natu...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1875. but I liavo never yet seen any one who doubted that, if it bad been carried out, not a baker's dozen of Burnsidc'i troops would have escaped. The admiration and love of tho southern army for Jackson was something wonderful. Thero never was a clearer case of hero-worship. Ho was regarded as a faultless man, und an iuviiiclblo man : and I sun 11080 ho could at any tiino have got Ids men to murchout by platoons and ho shut, if it would have gratified liltn in the slightest degree At his dcutli ilia whole South was in tears, nnd not tnoro for their irreparable loss i linn on account of their tender lovo for tho man. As regards Jackson's relation with Lee and the other great southern generals, it was obvious to 1110 that i hey lull toward each other like liiothers, and never know what I ho teclluir of jealousy was. Leo was ' tilwuys thrusting Jackson forward whenever nnvthlnir irlorlotis was to bu done, and Jackson always showed i lie most ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 18?$. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R IJS, 1876. B. V1SMEB, 1 jmn. a. Mltsm. Mr. DutU' journey to Colorado li triumphal one. Henry T. Blow of St. Louii died at Saratoga laitSaturday. Tha "no-popery" bowl of the Ohio r.adlcaU will probably change Into a o pap-ery whloo aftor the election. A negro man wat fouud dead near the depot at Warrenton one day last week. A -mail named Wra. Foster hat been arretted at the supposed murderer. All the California congressmen elect sro Democrats. It seems that that tidal wave hasn't subsided yet, and wo hope it won't until after the pres idential election, Distance twenty paces, Colts' re olvors calibre SO, is the way Maj. ViJwards of the St. Louis Timet and Col. Fostor ot the Journal settled a itttlo personal difficulty. Nodody hurt. Mr. Davis speech at Do Soto last Wednesday was au elegant and pol ished production. He said he had fciialcen liapds with politics, and hU enemies are mad ; they can't flud auy e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1875. LACLEDE LIVERY STABLES, Troy, ltlUMiiri. W. WALLACE BIRKHEAD, .,.lv,n?..Purc,"li,!l the Interest ol W. B. '"""'ll. of the Arm of Blrkbead A Thorn Mil. in the above ntublet, will hereafter ton tiiU'ttiie bnttlneaRln his own nimo. BT UupRlos, horse and wagons to hlr. Horse boarded by the day or week at rca onable ratei. vOnlSyl Parker Seminary, Troy, AXo The next, rejrutiir elon of tho above In. '"titntlou will open Noptumltcr , 1875. , 1'KOK. IILARTON. so well and favorably nwii in connection with tho Seminary iltir Inj; tho limi ncholuallc year, will ojrutu take l::,r(o thl year. Yauujnnen and ladle preparing for col ge, or lor uny of the prorcuKlonii, will flnd It to tlielr adviuiUijro ti put tlicmnclvcs un der Prof. lilunioii'N care. Pupil from a distance can be boarded In town In idee families at from $1 to X'2; per week ; and at convenient dhdancc lu i lie country at $2 Ml pur week. FACULTY t vt-,i- IH.ANTON, A. M., Principal. MNi)...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co, OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. NORTON & ACKERMAN, AffontM. CM CAPITAL, 1,000,000 ASSETTS, 1,800,000 LosM raid In I he Paat 30 Years, OVER NINE IfllfjMOIV DOLLARS. Now 1m tlio Time to IiiMuro in u Fi'Mt-clUMM Com pony. Will also insure against damage by lightning, on dotachod farm dwelling ami vosiuoucea, whether tiro ensues or not. OFFICE AT BANK BU1LD1NU. vlOniylp Laclede Hotels riior, .... MO THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprietor!. THIS IS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL furnished In good style, with lit table Mtintlicd with the best the innrkct affords. Strangers stopping Troy will And here all the comforts of home. THE BAR ts stocked wltb strictly prime Liquors, sucb a llrnndles. Whlskys, Wines. Ales, Gins, ttc. ; hIso the finest brands or elgars. JiiKi J. O. I'INLEY. AKCIIEU BANKHEAD FINEY & BANKHEAD, ConAiiiohion Merchants FOR THE SALE OF CATTLE, HOWS Y MIIEEP OFFICE : Union Stock Yards, St. Louis, Mo. Stock colli nt nil the y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SElTEMBER 15, 1&75. A Caator ell Cvltede. She lmd her mind made up for two or three days that tho buy needed omo castor oil, but alio know that sua must approach him Koutly. gho pinned the bottlo where ho could see it, nml when ho turned up his nose, alio mild: "It's just like honey, my darling." mi Ecuuifu to uouut net worn, una fclio roiitinucd: "If you'll tnko sumo I'll let you go to inn circus." "How much?" ho cautiously In dulicd. "Oh, only a spoonful, Just ono nooiiiui," hmo replied us sua uu- corked tho bottle. "And you'll kvo me soma suuur bctldcs?" ho nskutl. "Of courso I Will a blir lunin." Ilo walled until slio bcgnii pouring from tho .bottle, then usked: "And you'll ijlvo mo ten cents, 100 X" "Yns, of course." "And you'll buy mn n slioo-fly kite?" he went on, seeing liU udvuntugc. "I guess HO." "No kite no Ilo," ho said, ns ho ilrow buck. "Well, I'll buy you the kite," sho replied, lllling the spoon clour up. "And u voloiiiucdo '(" "I'll t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 15 September 1875

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1875. a TROY HERALD l3kr.tann v FISIIEII Ac MUDD, AT Hl.BO a Yor In Advaaoo T. LOlf AIR HAMKKT. The Time of the llth.avs i The weather yesterday was decidedly cool, the river was riling, and freight! wnro uncnangea. Floum. Was Irmerfor all gradei. Jtye flour was lower, city branda sold ut 45 2ft lo 6 AO. delivered. Wheat. Wat firm and higher: No. 2 red whiter wat offered at fl 76. 1 3 12 bid : September was offered ut $1 67 8 8, $1 64 1-2 bid ; October Hold at $1 62. closing at tl 61 2-4 ; No veniber sold at tl 62 1-4. closluir at 91 ; tne year was ottered at fl fil, $1 60 bid ; No. 8 red for September was offered at $1 82, tl 80 bid ; Octo ber was offered at (184, tl 82 bid; No vember was offered at $1 86, $1 31 bid. Corn. Was firmer, 673 4o was bid for N6.2coh; September sold at 68c; October sold at 63c ; November was offered at 40o, 46 bid : the year sold at 46 l-'.'c, closlngat46 3 4c. Oatb. Woio higher; September was offered at 87c, 36 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. '10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 22,1S75. no.-as. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'K. 22, 1870 VOCAL AND OOUNTY NIWS. New goods nt Norton Ss Harlan's. i mm., m Anderson' History lor only 8fict. Hi lliu Drug Houso of SamM T. East. (irntwl bull nt Ilio court house, Tuesday, Octoltor IlioCtli. "-mwm- . - Xuw good ut Xorioii & Harlan's. If you want school books go to (lie Drug House or Sum' I T. East. H. S. Crews has three first-class Wheat Drills, to which ho calls the attention of farmers. n38 Now Goods nt Norton & Harlan's. A full II no of Hunting and Cook .Stores just received by 1). 8. Crews. Call nml examine them. 88 Judge llonllls nud John McDonald went Hsuing one day last week, with liook and Hue, and caught wagon load or llt,li. At luist the Judgo say 60. Now goods at Norton Ss Harlan's. There never was a greater activity in building than now. Lumber U -hcnper than ever buforo and our icople ore taking advantage of It. New goods at Norton Ss i...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 September 1875

THE TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1875. TKOY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'lt. 23, 1875. The Freshet On a bend of Hie Connecticut river the olil mill stood. It win n pleasant land mnrb lo llio traveller who Jour neyed liy Jnlllntf " "'" ',tt town; a teller lo tho rlpplllng river and lealy foliage, othcrwlsocxtciidlng monotonously, as iniiiiy artists testi fied who came lo sketch I ho pot. Ami yet tho mill, beaming bright In ihu sunlight m It lld, lit wheels mcr vlly beating time In tho mulscof In dustry, had a dark history one or deceit, mystery and wrong. 01 the miller the older Inhabitants of Hie adjacent villages, though titer tiad come lor years, lo joke and gos lp, uud do business with Joseph God frey, none wero ever heard lo suy (hnt Ihey liked the man. It wax not (hat he was ehurllsh and taciturn, or vua deficient in joviality or hospital itv. No laugh-rung louder in the mill when the village wit told a comic lule; no one seinnd more anxious lljiti the tnllier lo acquire tho ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1875. AUDKMNSNVILLt:. Ttmme ratscfceo.lt Catttrarcrted. Tho Mlowlnsf 1 km account of a Globe Democrat reporter's Interview with Mr. Keating of tlio Memphis Appeal, who In travelling with Mr. Davis, in which the eharjes a-jalnst tho ex-cotifedornle In rcgnnl to tho treatment of prisoner nt Anderson villa nra effect nnlly controverted, 'i'hu reporter, however, cannot close without making an ungenerous fling nt Mr. Davis, hut thin doci nut du t toy the to rco of the arllelo: In the era ml swinir nrntiml the clr flu which General lefleraon DavU the "General" It certainly log tiitiatc, because won lit tint old army In now inaklnir. tliustihloct of Aiidci-snuvllli nnil its horror una been revived, nnil anything throwing liirht upon it can not full to hi) exceedingly jiyereatlng in tons at thousands ot uieii through out the luiiil. A representative of tho Globe-Democrat, whilo nt Fulton, essayed to tni her from tho general Itlmscll tho facts, from ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 September 1875

THE TKOT HERALD, WEDNESDAY, -SEPTEMBER. 22, i87o. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'It 22, 1875. Away doown In Maine, tuo Dciiu rials mado a largo gain. Itadlctl innjnrlty only about 8,000 against 11,297 lastycnr. Jefferson Davis will return from liis Colorado trip llio last of this week, and lias consented, If possible, to deliver on address at Doouvlllu next Saturday. The Now York Democracy has do dared emphatically for sncclo re sumption. They ought to live out AVcst a few years, and observe the voiKings oi contraction. The St. Louis Di watch has been sold. Mr. Allison of Stetibonvlllc, Ohio, nu old newspaper man and a Republican, is tho purchaser. lie will make itnn "Independent" paper. The grangers of Kentucky arc go- ing Into tho rope manufacturing bus inus. They believe a day of reckon in? for the thieves and plunderers is coming, and arc preparing for it. The election of Patterson as dele gate to tho North Carolina constitu tional convention, to fill tho vacancy occasioned by the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 September 1875

ITIIE TBOY HERALp, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1875. ... Agnt Wanted to toll Tin Political, tronl, and Prop. jEights;' Citizen,! iliu bulled bliituit How to cxnr j; ami how to itrcunrvt lluiiii. Uy 1 lieoililii8 1'iiraoiia, IX. I). t'niituliilmriiciiminculiiry on Hid Koileral .on Slate Ootittittttloit.. ltiivc tlnslr liltorv mill i.i lKlli, Hlul it tullexiilanatlnii.tif their in iiu-lplfo, turiaprt ami tirovliniu: tun power mill iliillr. of PiiMIc- oilleei-.: thu ri.'liti l the iicnplu. niul tint olilljMthin, In- iinvil in vu.ry relation of life : aluo. tuirlfif nciitiiry i-iiIi-k forilellhcratlvc IkhIIcs ami lull illrivilnii; mill li-unl Ioi iih I'm- nil hti.. tie,.. trniMiic-iliin., tn nuiklii Wills liccii., .Miirtwigi's r.i'iii, Note, limit. I'mnrm-H V ') !rm '"""'i' ' i?i oii It mceti In- wiiiit- ill nil 1-U.M-n mnl cl to -M-i-il.oily. JO.N7WJIIKI-S.Vai.. V,l'-J St. I.uiii. Mo. 1 LACLEDE LIVERY STABLES, Troy, l?liMoiui. W. WALLACE BIRKHEAD, 'n,,,"if,l!,l,r,.,,,iwil tlio Intercut ot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 September 1875

TIIE TROY HERALD, WDtfESDAlT, SEPTEMBER 22, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co. OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. NORTON It ACKERMAN, CASH CAPITAL, 1,000,000 iSSETTS, 1,800,000 t,ocn Paid In I lie Pami 80 nr. OVER NINE MIIMjION DOLLARS. Now In tli Tlm to Iiimirc in u Ht-lii Com puny. Will nUo limure njriilnut dmnnjre by IlL'lilnliitf.on detached I mm dwi'lllntfi and roildcticea, whether lire cntuoi or not. OFF1CF AT BANK BUILDING. Vl0a4ylp Xamoledo Hotel, Timr. .... MO THORNHILL & BUSWELL, IroirItor. niilftis A FIRST-CLASS H)TEL X furnished In k'ood style, with Its table implied with the he.t thu market afford.. rUrniiKcr stopping I" wl" m,J l,cru " the comlorts i nomc. THE BAB i.-.i .r-i..u- itrimo l.lnnnm. miolf u. llrandles. Whisky, Wlnm. Alei, Glna, etc.: also the Blicst brands ol clHara. 'inlh J. O. FINLEY. ARCIIKIt ItANKIlEAD FIKEY & BAKKHEAD, ConiiniMhion Merchants run tiik HAt.e ok CATTLE, HOtiM A: MUEEP OFFICE Union Stook Yards, St. Louis, Mo. Sto. k colli nt nil the yard. Liberal ad- run ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 September 1875

THE TItOY HERALD, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1875. Tlio following is inkon from I ho Missouri Point correspondence or Iho St. Charles Cot mot : After feeling rcl'roslicit nnd revived we resumed our rllo to sec what otild be seen. Ah fnrnR the cyo cotilil ri'iich on each sltlo of tlio road wo WON tlUVl-IIllJf, appealed COI'llllcId iiltur conillclil, wuvinz tlteir silvery orowil III million huiuIiIiio. nvnrliun. llt'l'lM Of lid-PR. Ill llllHHillir. 1VO 110 liciitl Hint lotnn of I ho corn-jtalks wero Iroiii tiltcoii to sixteen fret lilgit, mill had from onr, two, mid iiiiiullnion throe rnm of corn on them. Tho ground on willed this corn wiih vowing ha, Mncu 1 have known It, v in, (led on mi HYr-ragc, eaoh your, f iciiii slxty-fivu to snveiiiy-llvit bush, ids to tlio nere, and this ymr'a crop I 'Xii-ctcd to turn out from seventy live to n hundred bushel to the ncro. I make this stututneut because uu en teemed friend of mliio paid a visit, imt Iimijt Mtfo, to snnio relatives mill friend o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 22 September 1875

THE TJSKf"tttttib9 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1875. rrr. ri"V Tl TP P A T. F 1KU 1 3A. Sii W J. xj U vjnt.Hiini) nv I-'ISIIER & 31UDD, III A cM..SO u Vnr In Advnnnn. RATtt OF ADVERTISING. j Miuarc 1 Insertion C L9 Kadi additional Insertion Administrators' Notices. . 100 Hind Settlement Notices JJJ Mruy Ntl'Mlnxle ? JS! .m il add t nnal stray In same notice.. 1 ) Liberal deduction will be mail to regular nlvertlscrs. Advertlsementi win lane inn rcirmar run I tin paper, Kxtra ehurscs uuulu Tor pre- ii md pliirM. .n ccrtlncute of publication will oe ramie ..ntll Mich nublcatlou Inn been imlil for. I he non-observance or this ruin has been tin1 ocealon of nnich trouble and actual Iom, our term ure : Cah In advance, un ub icintlon: cash mi delivery, for lob work ml cash on demand, lor adv crtl.eiiieirts. - - - - OHUROH DIRECTORY. IIU'Tinr. ttov. Mr. Hurnhnm. Ntort unlcc-on n'coml and third Sunday., morn- '''ohVia&iI. Wm. Mclnnn. pastor, MTtlcM llrst nuuui)' in earn montii. morn ing...

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