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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 October 1875

THE TBOY.HERALD, WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER 13 , 1875. R. & J. ATKINSON, ST. GHARLESr MO. FALL. DRESS ft OODS! R. &. J. ATKINSON, ST. CHARLES, HO., Have Recoived and Opened the Pest Week m. Moat Elegant Stock off FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS! Unprecedented Attractions in New Styles, Shades and Patterns, Comprising, i Part, Camelr8 Hair Plaid Serges, Knickerbocker Plaids, Regent-Street Suitings, Elegant Basket Plaids, Plaid Diagonals, Plaid Cashmeres, Plaid Rep Goods, Plaid Debeges, Vinnese Cloth, Persian Cloths. All-Wool Plaids, Paris Pongees, Centennial Plaids, Irish Poplins In addition to the above,.we offer: 10 pieces plain POPLIN, in New Autumn Shades, at2c; 10 pieces COLORED ALPACAS, 2oc; and 'JO pieces new Plaids and solid corded Poplins, 15 to 20c. Our CELEB R A TED BLA CA'ALPA CAS and MOHAIRS, 20 to 00c per yard; they arc unequalled in brilliancy oj lustre and perfect black. We also call attention to our new WATERPROOFS and CLOAKINGS, 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. — 13 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1875. Phenix Insurance Co. OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. NORTON & ACKERMAN, AtfcntM. CASH CAPITAL, 1,000,000 ASSETTS, 1,800,000 liOMMen Paid In the Past 20 Yearn. OVER NINE MILLION DOLLARS. So-w 1m tlto Tlmo to InHitrc ill U lOla-Mt-OlUHM Oom- Will nlio Insure nunlust ilamntro ly li'liUiliiir.on dutaclieil farnuhvcilliigi uiul residences, whether Are ensues nr not. OFKICF AT BANK UUlLDIXti. Vl0n4ylp Xaaolede Hotel, TllOY, .... JfO THORNHILL & BDSWELL, Proprietor. TH IS IS A FIRST-CL ASS HOTEL furnished in pood style, with It table supplied with the heft the market afford. SI rangers stopping In Troy will Bud hcru all tho COIlU'Ol'tK of houic. THE BAR l Mocked wltli strictly prime Liquors, mcb iHt Ilraiidlo. Whtskys, Vlnes. Ales, Ulna, t ic. ; also the finest brands of cigars. 31115 .1. (J. KINI.EY. AKCHKIt 1IANKUHA1) FINEY & BANKHEAD, CoiuiuiNnion merchant VOK TltH 8AI.K OF CATTLE, HOWS Sc NIIEEP office: Union Stock Yards. Si. Louis, Mo. Sloc...

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. — 13 October 1875

TIDE ROYHEKALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 , 1&75. Wheat Crp f tka TVrU, fames Cnlrd writes oe follows to the London IYmc, from Cassoticary, 'reetowii, X. II., Sept. 10: The publication or tlm returns of nareajro exhibits tha smallest breadth if wheat wo hnve had' lii this coun try since the tot urns havo been taken, ami iOO.OOO acres less limn I ho aver n'jto extent previous to 1800, when wo hail fnu'jmllllniif" lowcrpeoplo,to pro vide for. The drcreaso 'lit Ireland hits been 14 per cent. I rout tho prevl- itis year, that of (treat lirttalutienrly A fall of '.'5 per nrsit. in the prlco at ouec diminished tho production to flic extent of 1130,000 acres lor nearly mc-tcnth of the tolnl whent crop of ilioUuititd Kingdom. Bo rapid and 'Kitisideniblo it clintivt" III the extent nt our principal fond crop would litivo remained uurovoalcd but for ihcsn ret urns, tho great vnltto of which bolli to tint consumer, iiiul pro ducer becomes clearly manifested la a year like tho present. It can h...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 13 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1875. FALL AND WINTER TRADE. ii UNUSUAl INDUCEMENTS OFFERED B7 WOOLFOLU & GORDON. OUR. STOCK MS LARGER AJVJD MORIS COMPLETE Than ever, and with renewed facilities we are enabled to offer Goods at from 10 to 15 per. cent Lower Than Last "Year We invite your attention to the following prices t 5,000 Yftrdt Ntw Fall tnd Winter Call- Heavy Brown Cotton 8, 9 and lOo. ooet, Beat Qooda and Stylet, 80. Bleached Cotton 6 1-4 to 12 l-2c. Domeatlo Qlngham 8 to 15c per yard. Shirting Stripea 12 1-2 to 15c. Ltdlti' Shawls 60o to $6.00. Heavy Jeans 12 1-2 to SOo. White and Gray Wool Blanketa and Quilta $2.50 to $7.50. WE HAVE .1 FULL STOCK OF DRESS GOODS. Our Blaok Alpmoaaj and Mohairs are the Beat Goods In the IYIarkot. OUR FLANNELS, CASSIMERES AND TWEEDS ARE MARKED D OWN TO BOTTOM PRICES W have the Cheapest Stock or CLOTHIJVO in the Mar' ket. Men's Suits, $8 to $26. WE GALL SPEBIAL ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES. Children's Shoes 30c ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN dOUNTY, MO., OCTOBER 20,1875. NO. 42. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'R. 20, 187 LOCAL AND COUNTY NCWt. Rain It very much needed now. John R. Knox returned last Satur day from Colorado. Woolfolk Se Uordon aro selling 12 yard! best Calicoes for $1.00. If you want a good Heating Stove, try tho Hardware Storo of D. S. Crewi. - "Lawrence T. Myers and Frank L. Wilton have been appointed notarial public by Got. Hardin. Do you want to tave wood and work ttils winter? Then buy n heat ing atove of B. S. Crewe. Ho is tell iug them low down. W. S. Coopor, Old Alexandria, It the airent of the Tezat imtnlirrntlon association. Persona thinking of lo catliitf in thatatato will obtain ol him valuable imformatlon. If you want a perfectly fitting rnm. limit, mid vml. an In .Tntin Rv. kora, fashloiiablo tailor, first door north of Cake's harneaa store Per fect satulactlon guaranteed. u2, Woolfolk & Gordon havo received their second purchase of Winter Clothing, H...

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. — 20 October 1875

Tim TKOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 20, 1875. TKOV JiEKALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'H. 20, 187C Mr. Dayton's Housekeeper. IX7ANTED.-A Housekeeper. T T no one iiut nil viurriy iursu... ciiin intent, ana or the nttpicst respectability nee J apply. Cull between the hour of 8 an J 7, Mtursclay, April 0, ut No. , Mich Ho laughed. "Mrs. Edward Dayton? No. he it net there, and I do not know of her going at present." Addlnirintii-n aoriomiy : -x have not the pleaaure. Mia. ftranklin, of having a wllo," with a alight alroia on "pleasure." A vivid color can.o Into tholirown cnoeK or tho housflknenni- mil h... manner allowed evident embarraaa. merit. "I tholight I believe I cannot" so.' Tho housekeeper's hand closed on tho fifty dollars Hint ho iravn in... ami tno worn alio would hnvo anid were loft unuttcred. bho moved to tho door, ilo opened it for her cour tcottsiy "Hood morning, madam." "Good morning," ahu replied. "1 ennnot atnrvc. I must on. i Mr. Duyton, accompnnicd by a friend, arrived nt Ills ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 October 1875

THE TROY HEttALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1875. tiik old cornc. ft stand In a ximny nif How. The house so mossy ami brown, With ll cumbrous old tone chimney, And the grey roof sloping down. 'I'hr trccH fold tliolr green arras round It, Tin; trees n century old, And I In- wind go chanting through them, And the uinbiaiui drop tlicir gold. The cowslip spring In tlic marshes, And the roses lilnom on the 1111 ; Ami beside the brook in the pasture The herds go reeding at Will. The children Imvo roup mid left them ; They nit In tint Mm nlonc, And tin; old w lle' car nre rolling, An she harks to the well-known tone Tliut won her heart In her girlhood, That ontlicd her In many u care. And praises her now for tint brightness Iter old face used to we.nr. hc think again or lor bridal lluw, dressed In her robe of white, fchc stood liy her gay young lover In the morning's rosy light. Oh. the moraine's an rosy mover, Hut the ruse iroiu her check has fled ; And the sunshine still in golden. Hut It l...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 October 1875

THE TltOY HERALD, EDNKSp, OCTOBER 20, 1876. TROY HERALD. r WEDNESDAY, OCT'R 20, 117. THE0. JOS, At B. FISHES), I MIIBI, MlWll. Iowa, at usual, has gont Republi can by a majority of about thirty-ouc thousand. TUe Nebraska election roiulted In n llepubllcan majority ot about tea thousand. Remember that one week from next Saturday ii the day appointed for-tue adoption of the now conitllutlon. Lot nil tho friend of reform turnout and give it a routing vote. The defeat of tho O.hlo Oomocracy Miows that the poople do not clearly discern their Interests. As long at tho bondholders, by ineana of their money, can honoyfuglo laboring men to voto against their own interests nnd to sustain a bondocraoy, the country Is in danger. All this furor ubout tho national nod It and repudiation, raised by the bondholders In tho Ohio campaign, iibosh. The national credit would not suffer by the succoss of tboautl rontracttoulsts, but would retain a inoro healthy vigor. The great dan gor lies in the oppres...

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. — 20 October 1875

THE TKOV HERALD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER ,20 1875. R. A J. ATKINSON, ST. CHARLES, MO. FALL DRESS GOODS! s R. &. J ATKINSON, ST. CHARLES, MO., Have Rooolvod and Opsnad the Past Wook a Moat Elagant Stock of FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS! Unprecedented Attractions in New Styles, Shades and Patterns, Comprising, In Part, Camelr8 Hair Plaid Serges, Knickerbocker Plaids, Regent-Street Suitings, Elegant Basket Plaids, Plaid Diagonals, Plaid Cashmeres, Plaid Rep Goods, Plaid Debeges, Vinnese Cloth, Persian Cloths. All-Wool Plaids, Paris Pongees, Centennial 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 CELEBRA TED BLA CK ALP A CAS and MOHAIRS, 20 to 90c per yard; they are unequalled in brilliancy of lustre and perfect black. We also call attention to our new WATERPROOFS and CLOAKINGS, in Plaid, Mingled and Solid Colors, which we are ...

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. — 20 October 1875

THE TROY liEflRALlV WfeDNESbA, OCTOBER 20, 1875. Phenlx Insurance Co. OP BROOKLYN, N. Y. NORTON & ACKERMAN, AffcntM. MSB CAPITAL, 1,000,000 mm, 1,800,000 Losses Paid In Ihe Fust 9 Years, OVER MINIS MIMflOlV DOLLARS. New 1m tlo Time to Insure In a ITlt'Mt-olnwM Com lmny. Will alio Insure niiAtnst damnira by lightning, on detached farm dwelling Mid rotluoucei, whether tire ensues or not. OFFICF AT DANK BUILDING. vlOniylp lamoledR Hotolp TROY, .... MO THORNHILL & BUSWELL, Proprietor. millS 18 A FIRST-CLASS MOTEL JL furnished in good stylo, with It table s.tpplicd with the nest the mnrkct afford. Stranger xtopptngln Troy will Und her all the comfort or home. THE BAR Ik storked Willi utrletlv nrlmo Ltauors. Slick is Ursndles, Whiskys, Wines, Ales, Gins, we. ! aiso tue nncsi urunus 01 cigars. 2nir. J. O. KINLEY. AltCllKIt 11ANKHEAD FINEY it BANKHEAD, 0111111 fusion merchants FOR TIIK RAM or CATTLE, HOttS & XII EEP orricM: Union Stook Yards, St. Louis, ffio. Stock void at all t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 October 1875

A Remarkable ret In Xalaral Hli Tha following communication frro n old iiior, (ho American Turf Jtegtttcr. was handed us by John F Wilson, Esq. Ho obtained It fro in Esq. Win. Jewell, of Onp-au-Grls, wn lias tried iiio exner nieiit refer I l to, mid hU cxpri'iciici) confirm Hit tiutli of Hid statement, it lis curious fuel ntid oiio which we pre mmo most ot our render would rallier tee before they believe. Kahkaki;ia, (II., July 30, 1833. Mr. Editor: I liavu noticed but "no ciiiiiiniiiili'Htlnn in your useful Magazine or which tho turkey hut' tfurd ot our country was the subject; mill Unit U by Don Jtinu, in the rourth number of your llrt volume. That blril la certainly the must useful wo have; uinl lu prcficrviilloii, In sumo of the western Males, lb protected by legislative enaelincnls. Hut I urn not wrltlui: with it vlow to amplify Hh tnerlt.i, hut to slate a rcmnrkahlo fuel in regard to It, which, though well nu HicnticHtcd, will ilnulillc.ss ttngger tlin credulity of most of you...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 20 October 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1875. TROY HERALD . P'JRMBItRD BY FISR & MUDD, W1.50 A Ycnr In Advanon. OHUROH DIRKOTORY. lUi'Tisr. Rv. Mr. Ilurnhani, pastor! scrvlcu on seebndand llilrtl Sundays, morn iiiK ami evening. i'iihuti.v Ktil. Wm. Mplnfiu. nantor services flrat and tlilru Sund.iys In each month, moriilnir mid evening ; prayer-meet in? Wednesday vcninir. MKTiiontHT K. South. Hov. V. M. Ooodo. pastor! services Urt 8unday,inorn luic and Vveiilnjr. third Sunday, evening; lirajer-ineetliur Thursday cvcnlnir. I'HKHnYTKIUAN.-HeV. W. 1. Y. Wllklc. .imstur i services, every Sunday, morning mid evening; prayer-uiceiing ennt-suny eve g. lay acii Ntind;i :iiool every Sunday morning. COURT DIRECTORY. Circuit CoimT. First Momlny oner the om th Monday in March nnd September. County Couht. Second Monday In Feb uiarv,Mav, August, nnd November. 1'UoiiATK Couirr. Second Monday In January, April, July and October. I. o. o. r. Troy Lodge M. mj 1. O. o. r . meets every Saturday nigh...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 October 1875

THE TROT HERALD ; nit ti i hi i i.l r nr. lu4 Ii ill if 1 I r it i i 1 I .i VOL.10. ; ' i ii uii . - 'i HI. I'll' ,' ) i I TROY HERALD. WSDN1C8DAY, (XJT'B. tl, 1871 LOOAL AND OtfNTY NtWt. 14 yard Standard Callcoe for tl. Wooior.fc Gobdoh. TJ.e handsome; residence af Caas. Mari.u If nearly completed. K. O. Hammond 1 building a seat residence In Brown' addition. Beat Brown 8heetlng 8 l-3cts. NoKEToN k HAKLAH. If you want a good Heating Store, try tbo Hardware Store of B. 8. Crewi. Bees foe Sale. I ha? e forty hlvee of beea for tale. They are all in good condition and I will tell them cheap. 4314. Mel Globe. There wai a tuoilerate shower on Monday, which waa a help to the growing wheat, but did little toward replenishing the cittern, many of which are exhausted. Haw lata (! 16 yard belt Prim for 91. Morton 8c Harlan. The adiournod term of the circuit court will meet next Wednesday and the regular torm of couuty court on the Monday following. If you want bargain In Dry Good go to Morton...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 October 1875

THE TBOX AU WEDNE u ft .3 i TROV MRWATfTl WEDNESDAY, OCT'lt. 27, 1871 Helen's Step-Mother. BY AMMA BHIILpk k II . " .v -c i. ' "So, my dear, in spile of tl your lemanllo Ideas, yoii litre made what,, ttit world calls a good iriaich." ... I. 'r . " li Naoei iiiursion .icn1 , ourin, uddeMhedlstoliithient too great md there was an expression of ia,ta Kery . letter wee returned anaa n her soft vloli eyes, lor a roo.(,wefei tn4flM y Helen lost hope. and dent she ' was' sllont, conquering a sprang Impulso to. spoak Indignantly. After thnt moment's strugglo lior vol co waa low and even, aa she latd : "1 married Mr. Thurston, Aunt fearah, because he Is the noblest, best mau 1 ever knew. Because I knew nis lovo waa an honor to me, I gave luin my wholo heart. I love htm." "Of courto, my dear. A very ficHy, wllely speech, nut when j,-irls of ulneleou marry millionaire cMllty we old worldlings call Unsen sible match." "No one who knows Oerald Tliurs ton would wouder that ho won the lovo of any ...

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. — 27 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1875. WIT AND WU. Tmr Cunning ConnLGit. Many jeare sffo.the hiiaband of an old lady living in ninkiughamshlredled witli out making his will, for tht want of which necessary precaalloir his cs futo would lmvo passed wny from lila widow, had the not retorted lo the following expedient to avert the Ion ol the properly. She concealed iho death of her hit nband and pre vntted on an old cobbler, her noluli bor, who was, in paraon, aomewhat like the decerned, to go lo bed at her home, and personate him, In which character It was agreed that lieahouWI dictate will, leavhte; the widow the estate In question., An attorney was Kent lor to dmw bp tlio wrtlliigs. Tho widow, who, on his arrival, appeared in great nflllotlon nt her good man's danger, began to osk questions of her pretended husband, calculated lo elicit the answers she expected and desired. The cobbler, groaning aloud nnd looking as iniu-h llko a person Koiug to give up the ghost as possl Ide...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1876. TROY .HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCT'tt 27, 1875. TMK. . I1IHGR, nit A iiiiib, j Mllm, For couolisuf if . clearness and aim. pllclljr, the new constitution ! at fir . . .. . i SUnerlar to tha nnmn in Mil, nh I - W W H U V IU I present times are superior to Ike dark and evil days that brought forth our I'rviBNt CQMIIMIUOII. Ut HO URHI nartlaaa. Imt i,u hUhm u.Hk . II V ' w a IVUKIIIK 1 1 I cu. iiianuicr nas occn appointed line interest or the neon e and tho secretary of tho Interior. credit of the' elate. it If men an dr- I The llenubllcana hive a melorllv " . w re't '0.ressWe and ,.ci...t...r. i- ... I commouweaiin nice All ' nvwi'.WM. wm J Vlli l ifHllw. an llif ....J . I . I .1 . vi. i- i i.i... ...... i ri biiouiu nTo. lie lure auu vote mo it-Kinaiurv. ihwi aoomi, .. . . . . . . - ninety-two I r " n"" uruy ana do not let a i m i-iuaii ininuni uoieat u, wnicn may Don't forget that next Saturday It be the eaie unlets the friends of re .. I. .t ...

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. — 27 October 1875

THE TBOY HEBAIiD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEtt ',27 1875. R. 6 J. ATZX2TS02T, ST. CHARLES, U3 Ml FALL DRESS GOODS! R. &. J. ATKINSON, ST. CHARLES, MO., ' ' 1 Hav Rooolvad and Oponad the Past Week a Most Blagant Stook off FALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS! Unprecedented Attractions in New Styles, Shades and Patterns, Comprising, In Part. Cimelrs Hiir Plaid Serges, Knickerbocker Plaids, Regent-Street Suitings, Elegsnt Basket Plaids, Plaid Diagonals, Plaid Cashmeres, Plaid Rep Goods, Plaid Debeges, Vinnese Cloth, Perslsn Cloths. All-Wool Plslds, Parla Pongees, Centennial 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 CK ALPA CAS and MOHAIRS, 20 to 90c per yard; they are unequalled in brilliancy o lustre and perfect black. We also call attention to our new WATERPROOFS and CLOAKINGS, in Plaid, Mingled and Solid Colors, -...

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. — 27 October 1875

TIUC TROV HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 27, 1875. PWlManceCo, Or MOOKLYK, N. Y. NORTON 4 ACKERMAN, Airontn. C1SH CAPITAL, 1,000,000 ASSBTTS, 1,800,000 Mnncn Paid la Ike ltl 9 Ymn, OVER MIM.IO.VDOLI.ARS. Now Is tli Tim to Imnirv j UnFii wtM)laMi Com. ' imny. Will alo insure against damage by lightning, on detached farm dwelling tid icsHlmi.-es, whether Are initio or not. OFr HT AT -BANK BUILDING. 10n4ylp Iaoleda Hotel, rnor. .... jo THQRNHILL ft BUSWELL, Proprietor!. rpiIIS IS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL E, furnished in good stylo with Its sable enpahed with the best Ue market asorth. ftraajrm stnppmgtn Troy win tad bait all tba comforts of hoaae. THE BAR taatocked with trlctlr prime Liquors, tuck .a Brandies. YVhtskys, Wlnet. Ale,3lus, to. jako the finest brand of cigar. J. O. FINI.ET. ARCHER BANKHEAD finev 4 iankhead, CommlMiaa ltlerchaata or nu ali or CATTLE, HCMsM aV MHEEP orrtca: Union ttek Yard, tt. Lauls, Ma. Stock sold .at all tbe yard. Liberal ad vanvc made cn consignments. Itofcrence ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 October 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ,27 1875. 'M'Hm tWsMtKjfiew TroiaMMCkciDWUBaMirer. M Jeart, way liacic In'the'tlltles. or nisv iimru mi nan Bone uirougn 1 lie Snllllinrn ami inlilAIn ... ,L1 a .a .... a. . . w"ui mo laiiKCCt, at no laid, Mill ao Imd I lit h ted down at Pilmi. vllle. The niceftujf was a morning V'M " w " imwu( aim uiu tanners froinaM-arotiiul the country liirt como to hoar "the groat Mr. t.;oiwine," at thoy called him, mako a MiocqJu., When the organization had lMense(fcctvi1 und tho speaker Intro duccil, ho felt that ho must do some t hi tig worthy of hit reputation at iho great Mr. Convlno." Ho n!d down hit stuck of racls mid figures In ystcmatio onlor, building from them mi argument (hat lio thought Irroilst. ihlp, working ut It patiently until ho thought tho stnicturo complete ; but upon looking into tho face ol his au ditors, was iiiiablo to catch a .Ingle iespeslvo look. There they tat, olt upright before him, dignified and uli:t so silent, Indued, that Tom...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 27 October 1875

THE BQX.BAvyAy OCTOBER 27, 18?J. ItK OS HERALD C u.mm vr UArriflf.-MfeV.' Sr.' bbsbi; pastor trrvlccs on second sad third Sundays, morn ihfrnnvetav. ir- OnWTiAK.-Bdi Ww KMom; pasters service llrst and Ulru Sundays la ,ech month1, morning and evening t prayer-meet-tnjf Wednesday evening. Oooilr. pastor; services ttrt Sunday, mora Ins and otenlng. third Bunday,. evening; prayer-meetlng Thursday geMmr. 11IKBYTKHIAM.-Ue. W. . WllklC. pastor : services," every Sunday, Moral eg and evonlng; prayer-meeting Wednesday tve'g. Sunday school every Sunday morning, COURT DIRIOTORY. Circuit Court. Klmt Monday after the mitiii Mnmlav In March and Benumber. County Couht. Soooad Monday ia Feb- ruury,Mav, August, ami aoveaosr rnoiuTB Couht. Second Xoadsy la Jsuuary, April, iuty anu uewMr. I. O. O. P. Troy Lodge No. 68 1. 0. 0. F. meets every Saturday night at their hall In the Wlthrow Visiting menioers inviiea io auena. Mark. b. u. wmuur, . u. W. A. Dbavkr, Sec'y. A. F. A A M. Trov Lodce Mo. 34 A. F. ...

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