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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., SEPTEMBER 29,1875. &0. 30. TROY HERALD. EDNESD AY , SEPT'R. 29, 1876 LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWi. Anderson's History for only 85cti. at tbe Drug IIouio or Sam' I T. East. Several of our citizens attended tbo Montgomery City fair. Choice Imported Toa$l per pound. WOOLFOLK & UOMDON. If you want school books go to the Drug House of Sutn'l T. East. Dig Stock of Clothing this week at NOllTON ft HARLAN'S. Circuit court commences nest Monday. The docket will be found ou the thl i-d pago. A full lino of Heating and Cook Stoves just recolved by B. S. Crews Call and examine them. 88 Wool folk & Gordon have received their New block of fall aud winter goods. Prof. Jacob E. Huckstep has a mu sic class of forty-five pupils in the neighborhood of Elm Grove church. Miss Hattlo B. White, for seven or eight years a compositor In this of- tlco, has gono to St. Louis. The best wishes of the Jlcrald otQco attend her. A pigeou shooting match is n...

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. — 29 September 1875

TROY HEfeALD. Hi WEDNESDAY, 8EPTlt. 29, 1875 rmm BAtiHrcL. "Hang it nil, what can a fellow do?" A groat handsome, good naturcd, honest-hearted follow was Charles "Winter, butto bashful In the prcsenco of the gentler eex, that he never could have told whether he was standing on hl head or on hla heels. Just now hli tailing wai grontly aggrava led by the fact that ho wai oynr head and earaln love with Clarlco Wllmcr, the sweetest, tnott bewildering little beauty In all the region round about. O dear, 1 with I knew a way to toll my love, and not bo there myself. Deuce take the girls 1 They bother you on purpose, I beltevo ; and al ways manage so your courage oor.es out of yonr Angers' ends before you are quite ready to ask the awful ques tion. Whr don't yon write ?'' 'Write ? 1 shouldn't know a word to say : and then I'd never daro look her In tho face again." "O what a spoony. Simply say von lovo her. and ask her if she will tnnkc you hapny. Then race the mti- tie like a man. and meet...

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. — 29 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1875. CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET. Caanminclna; eetcfter 4tht t873. First two days occupied with stale cases.. THIRD DAY. rxngio v. stL&icnnco Ximey BMI ot al T It Hold Logan Howell Joslnh Cropper F h Sweeney Walker Sc Van Xcss S Fores Levi Bailey E N Flccnor Lovl Brown et nl .1 11 Henderson ct al F V l!nuifcii lllllmnii & Son Wm Snider Wnddy Thompson L C Thompson S Wtlhnii CDIrkmnu W It Anderson M A & L It Sltton (i W l'msnus lUmelt Parsons It A Pollard J Creech, admr KOUKTII DAY. '. Martin vs G Snoknrd A .1 Jhiiicsoii G Johnson et al M It PiKo ssuiniu'l Ivlnir Warren county 11 II Jones E'xr.T II Wlthrow Moses Uubbard F Si M II Dank Wni Fraeler et nl J Cantnati et al I G Dnrnes W L Klsberrr Wmldv Thompson It W Gibson et al antnn D T Klilam ot al K M Turner D ltccds et nl 11 v tho death of the third Lord Grantley nnother desceudunt of tho latnous Jiictiaru Biioriiiau, iruiy ho scribed, bv Mooro as tho orntor, dra matist ntid minstrel, w...

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. — 29 September 1875

THiJ tfltOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R 29, 1875. TttKS). I jes. a. . VISHEB, ItIM, E1M)ra. Jno. W. Jacks hit retired from the Mexico Intelligencer, and' Granger Zfutton is now sole proprietor. Now ity country editors are not imfortuiiato belngt. Wm. Irwin, the newly elected Democratic governor of California, la one. The aeaion for putting up stoves, dcfootlve flues and conf agratlont la upon ui. Already the fire fiend has commenced his work. . Dodge dldu't stay on the Poit-Ob-server long. lie has sold out to his partner, and dodged back to Now London. ThokNow York Liberals met In convention at Albany on the 22d, and endorsed the Democratic platform and ticket. ' The "robber statu" orator is actu ally canvassing Ohio for the Grant Jtsys-rellglon-porsecuting party. If ills speeches do hla friends no more Rood than his campaign In the "rob her state" did, the Itsds may be sorry they over engaged him. Says tlio Evansvillc (Ind.) Courier: "Wo we...

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. — 29 September 1875

THE TROY HERAXD, WEDNE&DXY, SEPTEMBER 29 1875 SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue and authority of a general execution issued from the office of tho clerk of the circuit court of Lincoln county. Missouri, maile returnable to the fall term of the circuit court of 1S76. and to me directed In favor of W. E. Drown and aifalnit Hush B. Smith, I havo levied upon ami seized as tho property of the mid Hugh II. Smith, tho folio whig described real citato, to-wit: 76 acres, more or less, bound on north by land owned by John i'uttle and J. II. McNealoy ; on west ly N. B. Dtulloy ; south by McGrlgor fMatc; on oust by Pnpln land; also lot 14, or survey 3,03ft; lot 15, of lamo survey, and 1 will on Wednesday, October 6, 1875, between the hours of nluo o'clock In the forenoon and flvo o'clock In tho nl'icrnooii ot that day, at tho court liouto door, in tho town of Troy, Lincoln county, Missouri, sell nt pub He vendue, to tho highest bltldnr, for .toll in baud, all tho rltfhi, title, In-li-rest, clnltn, ...

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. — 29 September 1875

I THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY; SEPTEMBER 29, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co, OP BROOKLYN, N. Y. NORTON & ACKERMAN, AirontM. CASH CAPITAL, 1,000,000 ASSETTS, 1,800,000 hoMcn Paid In Hie Pant 30 Year. OVER KlffK MILLION DOLLARS. iyevitlio Time toluiiurc in a ITla-Mt-elnMM Com pany. "Will alio insure nijnlnst ilnmn-fo by lightning, ot) detached farm dwellhitf mid roiluoticei), whether flro oniucs iir not. OFVICF AT BANK BUILDING. vlOniylp Xamoleda Hotel, TROY, .... MO THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprietors. THIS IS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL furnished In good Myle. w th it table .upplicd with the Wt the market afford-. Strnugcrs stopping In Troy wilt nnd here nil Hie comfort or home. THE BAR li Mocked wlUi strictly prime Liquor, ucb a Itrundie. Whisky, Wlno. Ale, Ulna, He. : uUu the fluent brand of cigars. J. O. FINI.EV. AltCIIER KAKKIIEAD FINEY & BANKHEAD, Coiuiuiion' Merchants FOIl TIIK HAI.E OP CATTLE, HOGS St SHEEP offick: Union Stook Yard, St. Loult, Mo. Slock Mold nt all the yard. Liber...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1875. It must mnko n pihoner ravon mad to called a Jail-bird. An unprincipled bachelor aayt troubles never come tingle. "Wnlkln & Scar" it tliojnnmeof i wo loiuitio pnruiPri in 11)0 llliri-llluK-injT biisluoM at Clilcaffo. Maneuvering monqultns multiply nmi vcloiisly, meditating mischief : imillcloiM mooqtif tcs mer llcaily maul multitudes, munching manors and niisbi'8. It mutt make a woman fool inonn to tnkn unison, wrlto two or tlirco luruvvcll letters, upbraid hor husband, mid then bo suved by a stomach jiiimp. Wheiitboy cntch n man gathering JieluWHio penclm nt midnight t hoy lirexurvo whatever good traits ho ha In him by shooting Tmlf a ptiilof knit into his leg. If wo bad clipnp telegraph rntos a l"rnoii living In Detroit uoiil.l, for til'tcen cents, toleirrnph bis mother-in-l.ivv in New Vol k not to come family t;ot the etimllpox. An Iudlnna mini said to a Bible iiicent : "I'm a Climtlnn, but I'll bo blunted if I don't have to gri...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 29 September 1875

THE TROY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 29, 1875. TROY HERALD '30l.tgBtD nv AT' Hn:ao a Yonr In Advancn, RATES OP ADVERTIIINQ. I square 1 Insertion $160 Inch additional Insertion 7ft Administrators Notice 4 00 r inal Settlement Notice 3 00 itrav Notice fslna-lo stray) S 00 I uuli additional stray in sarao notice. . 1 00 Liberal dcductloui will bt saade to regular tdvcrtlscr. Advertisements will take tha raa-ular run ol the paper. L'xtra charges mad for.pro icrrcd places. No certificate of publication will be Made :.nlll sttcli pulillcatlon haa been paid for. I he nou-nhscrvaiice or this rule has .been I !ir occasion of much trouble and actual lots. our terms arc : Cash in advance, uu sub- iclntion;..casii on delivery, for job work nu cnan on ticmanu, loraavertuesaents. CHURCH DIRIOTORY. Hamist. Rev. Mr. liurnham, pator; service on sreonuauu uuraeunoays, morn inir ami evening. Christian. KUI. Wra. Meloan. pastor; mice first Sund.iy In each month, morn tiiir and otcalng; prAytf-meeting Wedncs u.iy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 6, 1875. NO. 40. TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'lt. , 1875 LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. Nobby Hats at Norton & Harlau's Choice Imporlal Tea $1 per pound t Wooltolk & Gordon's. Wen. Nortou it putting up an ad dltlon to hli house on Col lego street The best stock of boots and shoes be seen at the Dry Goods Uead quarters, Parker Weeks & Co. Den Williams, who lives on the farm of s. Fares. In Monroe town ship, was kicked by mule and bad oue of tho bones ot his forearm broken. An Iowa farmer advises the uso of alum as a preventive and cure for hog cholera, particularly as the former. We think it worthy of trial as it Is cheap and might bo tho means of saving sotno of the many hogs that are still dying of this disease Don't buy fall and winter goods nit yuu examine our siock. wo will en you more goods for less money roan any omcr nouso in ine county U OUI.FOLK re UORDON. Examtnn nni &lnlr l C,tl - . wi an aiiu Winter Good...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 October 1875

TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'lt. 6, 1875 Royal Drnmmond's Caution. IIY KLI.A. WHBKLKK. 'I don't like tlio risk,' soliloquized Iloynl Drummond, banker And bach elor of Luurcnco. 'No, I don't dare to run the risk, though the It a deuced duo woman, and qulto to tny taste.' Royal Drittntnotid was thtrty-tivo yonri old, a bachelor, good-looking and wealthy. IHs life had been spent in a determined effort to acquire competence, lie hud not been a ml cr, but he had boon a close calcula tor, a cautious cxpuudcr, mid hnd resolutely shut nwny nil subjects but business front his tuiud and heart. Jicuco In snug fortune and hand some realdeuce. Now he was resolved to marry, lie had money enough for this and his life was getting monotonous ; und just oh lie began to realize the need o( change in Ills situation, Lisle Mor gan camo to Laurence. Sho was an srtlst, and cmno with excellent rec ommendations Ironi Canada to till a vacancy In Laureuco seminary. Sho wni a pretty, ripe, attractive woman, v.-...

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. — 6 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6,1875. man California. Colusa, Cat.., Sept. S3, 1870. Editors Troy Jlerald : The most welcome ot all my literary visitor, (ho Jlerald, Is Just I lils moment at linntl. and I rejalec in the fact that It brings me no account of tlio ileal h of nny of my former friend or neigh bors, nor of any serious sickness In my old county. And I tako It, from tho cheerful tone of tlio paper, that in tho midst of a general money pres sure, the good people of Lincoln arc blessed wit It fair crops and an abun dance of the necessaries of life. And still I regret deeply to mo that hit- mnn lllo in bocoming so cheap there. Will not tho christian peoplo of Liu coin county awuko to tho fact that to nave the good name of their county from ii llko i'ato which hat overtaken nomo of tho counties of Illinois, that they will liavo to put- on firmness enough to mnko ouch an cxotnplo ol oino of her men-slayers, as will do tcr others from like deeds? Your notice ot the revenue ...

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. — 6 October 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 6, 1875. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OOT'R , 1870. JMi At WWi 1 Saturday, Iho SOth Inst., is tbo day appointed for ratification of the new constitution. There Ii notlopposU tion enough to the measure to create any enthusiasm, and the proipeet la smalt vote will be polled. We bopo, however, that our clllceus will all turn out and vote, and show their appreciation of the new constitution. Prof. Wise's balloon ascension, at the Louisiana fair, will take place on Wednesday, the 18th inst. The air ship will be large enough to accom- modato six passongers. We suppose (ho ambition of our friends Jamison and Downoy of the Prcia and Journal it rise in the world, will bo gratified on that occasion. The Republicans of Massachusetts have nominated Alexander H,. Rice for goveruor. Charles Francis Adams was the favorite of a numbor of Re publicans, but tboy failed in the con vontlon. The Democratic governor, Ci'aston, who has been renominated, has made an excellent...

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. — 6 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1875. R. A J. ATKINSON, ST. CHARLES, MO. FALL DRESS &OODS ! R. &. J. ATKINSON, ST. CHARLES, HO., Havo Rooolvod and Oponed the Paat Weak a Moat Blogant Stook of FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS! Unprecedented Attractions in New Styles, Shades and Patterns, Comprising, in Part. Cameni Hair Plaid Serges, Knickerbocker Plaids, k Regent-Street Suitings, Elegant Basket Plaids, Plaid Diagonals, Plaid Cashmeres, Plaid Rep Goods, Plaid Debeges, Vinnese Cloth, Persian Cloths. All-Wool Plaids, Paris Pongees, Centennisl Plaids, Irish Poplins In addition to the above, we offer: 10 pieces plain POPLIN, in New Autumn Shades, at 25c; 10 pieces COLORED ALPACAS, 25c; and 20 pieces new Plaids and solid corded Poplins, 15 to 20c. Our CELEB R A TED BLA CKALPA CA S and MOHAIRS, 20 to 29c per yard; i hey are unequalled in brilliancy of lustre and perfect black. We also call attention to our new WATERPROOFS and CLOAKING S, in Plaid, Mingled and Solid Colors, which ...

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. — 6 October 1875

THE TROY HER AID, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co. OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. NORTON It ACKERMAN, AarcntM. UH CAPITAL, 1,000,000 ASSETTS, 1,800,000 fiOHMCN Paid lit the Punt 90 Venn. OVER NINE MIIXION DOLLARS. New lw the Tlmo to Immre inn TPIm HtelitMM Coin puny. Will also Insure ngalnst dainngo by lightning. an detached farm dweilliiin and residence., vlicthor tiro ensues or not. OFFICF AT DANK BUILDING. vlOtUylp Laclede Hotol, Tiior, .... jto THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprietor. THIS IS A FIItST-CL ASS HOTEL furnished in goodstylo. with It table tupplied with the hett tint market ahord. Stranger tnpptiigin Troy will And litre nil the comfort uf home. THE BAR 1 Mocked with strictly prime Honor, itcli a llmnilie-, Whisky, Wines, Ales, Ulll, etc. ; also tlic dneat brands of cigars. '.'1)15 .T. O. KINLKY. AltfllKIt 11ASKI1KAI) FIKEY 1 BANKHEADJ ConuuiMhion Merchant ton the axi.it or CATTLE, ROUS fc MHEEP omen : Union Steok Yarda, St. Loula, Mo. Stock sold At nil the yard. Libe...

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. — 6 October 1875

THE TKOY.tiEBALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1875. rpiirSTKIi'K 8 ALE.-W h o r c a 1 L Daniel It. Martin und Nuitcy .Iiinii Mar tiu Idi wile, by tliflr tlccil of trimtUntedtha llthrtoy of NnvcmiMT. l(W7. iind veeorded in tho recorder' otllcoln tin-; ciititv or Lin coln u tilt1 rt:it" or Mli-snitrl. III book N putfc OW. M7 auilliHH. illil convey to tliiiun-.Ifi-I'tiutl trustee the folliiwin dcerlbcd i i-iit i-tute Hlltliitc In tliu italil colintv of Mil ioIu iiniI siutii of Mlnourl, to-wlti thu il lift huirof tint KOtithwem quarter of nee- Hon -'.! towimhlp 111 runifi I writ, coiitulnlii',' -H lUTO", Wllle.ll raid t-ntivcyenci! Wilt made in tliil tnnccuro the payment of n certain iiniii.ory note therein ili'Aurihcd : mid wlii'i'iMt nUl note bu lonir iillU'i' become till' :inil remain unpaid, now therolere ut tin' lii'tnmv of tho lefotl bo tier of wild iioto unil In accordance with llm provisions of -alii deed ol'triift thu iiiidvr-dijiicd irutee i III on Wotlnesilny, October 187"), betwee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER G,1875. TROY HERALD PVBUIIID BY HI. .TO a Voatlai Adrinnn. RATI OP ADVUTItlNO. i nuaro 1 InssxttM,. .?...'.'. fl M K'nch additional laatrUM 70 Administrators' KottaM; M Hnal Petllctnont Hotleaav.. 00 f I ray Notice (slut, strajrk., 3 ft) J-.ih'Ii additional trjr In mum BOtlee. . 1 M l.llwrat deduction win to Bads to rtUr l vcrtlnerii. Advertisement will taka Ua regular run f I the ppcr. JCxtr efcaigM Bad for pre u rrtd place. No certificate of publlotJIon ,rtU be BktOe :ntn sucn puDiieauoa bm bmb pani rer. I'ho non-obscrvanM of tata rule BU I 1 1 io occasion of much trouble aad actual lata. Our term aro t Cash la advance, urn aub Miniioim; casn on delivery, lor job work mi uiU'on ucraaau, lor aavenueracm. OHMMM OIR10TORY. lUrcKir, Rer. Mr. Burnhim. nastori u n ices on se4aa4blrd Sunday, morn iiik nnu evening. ctirtiKTtAN. Kid. Wra. Keloan. Distort mtyIcc lirst Sundsy In each month, morn In'. and evening; prayer-meeting Wednefr- tiiiv evening. Meth...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 13, 1875. iro. 4i. TROY JHERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'B. 18. 1875 LOCAL. AND COUNTY NtWI. If you want a good Heating Stovo, try tho Hardware Store of D. S. Crewi. Deal: Boot at the price. $4.00, lu iiucoiu county at Woolkolk Se Gordon's. Toattae. Call on the airent of the Now York Llfo, at the Laclede, aud tiavo him explain the Tontine plan. ff you want a perfectly fitting coat, pants ana veil, go to John sy koro, fashlonabto tailor, first aoor north of Cake's harness store. Per Icct satisfaction guaranteed. n3, Do you want to save wood and work this winter? Then buy a heat lug stove of D. S. Crews. IIo is sell iug them low down. Eld. Granitoid of Fulton will preach at tho Christian church, in this place, this (Tuesday) and to-raorrow (Wednesday) evenings. Tho public is cordially Invited to attend. I). S. Crews has a new advertise inent in this paper, lie keeps the largest stock of hardware outsldo of Kt. Louis, and sells it at ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 October 1875

THE TUQY HKllAJjl), WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1875. t TROY HEHAtD. 1 WEDNB8DAY, OCT'lt. 18, 1875 After Twenty Years. Wist Night Trar 1 4lattftU Uetfi. Ouo cold night In December, 1833, throe young medical tmlciitt mot for apurpOHo In tho third story, back room, of an unoccupied brick dwell ing house, located on 'Market street in Loulivltto, Kentucky. Tho build ing had been vacated for nearly a year, and had tho reputation of being fcnujited. What gavo rite to that evil report will appear In tho courso of tills narrative. Tho ttudoula wore in tho year of their studies that bring them their longed for diplomas, and as they sat iu this room drinking tiom a bowl of hot punch that hud been carefully uronarcd by ono of '.heir number, they canvassed tho many eventful incidents of their course at college, and speculated upon what tho future had in store for them. '1 he castles I hey built iu tho air woro of the most brilliant description, and , knock nl tho street door Unit bro't forth an echo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1875. AM OLD TIME HVKV. Vmm RcroMn llrat Brown Ibe In 1810, Thomns C. Roynolds, who Is now recognised a ouo of llio lend lug lawyers In tlio state, and wlio was :it tliu last election ft prominent can didate for tho United States senator ship, led tlio Dcmocratlo party of SI. Louis. Reynolds, as the lender ol tlio null lluutoii pBily, lind boon tarred to accept tlio nomination fm congress olid mnko the rucu ntfulml Frank 1'. lllalr, the rtctitnn itmlidate. McKco oud FUhbock were then run iiinjf tlio Democrat us thu Free Soil or tfan, mid 11. Uratz Drown was tlio cdl lor. Illolr held ait intercut, in tlio pa per, and naturally It espoused his causo. As thccsiivnss progressed to ward tilts end, 11 row ii wrote an edi torial, mercllcsaly caustic mid per eoiinl, rcllccliiiK upon Reynolds. The latter replied In a brief but pointed card. Drown promptly challenged, and Reynold us promptly accepted, Ilrowu chose as ouo of his seconds Leo Walker, a hig...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 October 1875

THE TBOY HERAXiD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1875. TRQV HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'R 13, 1876. THEOi JOS. A . TIMES, Eltn. Tlio Dinvlllo Itay will hercaftor radiate from Montgomery City. Mr. Davit recently delivered apocch at Hopklnivlllc, Christian county, Keutucky, hit nktlre plaea lie wa warmly received and ap plauded. Only 17 days mora beforo tho cob atitutlonal election Saturday, Octo nor 30 and every voter should bo prepared to cast his ballot For new constitution Yes. On the 4th tnst, the dwelling ot Win, Marshall of Charlton county vas burned, and two .of (its children, ono a baby oud the other two years old, perished in the flainos. Col. S. A. Rawllngs of tho Shclblna Jteviocrut, died on the 28th ult. Ho was one of tho ablest country jour jialists of this state, and a gentleman of pure motives and Ann convictions, Mr. J. 11. Rcavli, formerly of the Lexington Caucasian, and more ro icnlly special correspondent of tho St. Louis Times, has accepted a poi tiou on tho editorial staff of...

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