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

THE TROY HERALD. VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., NOVEMBER 3,1875. NO TROY J1ERAU). WEDNESDAY, NOV'lt. 9, 167 LOCAL AND COUNTY NKWI. A. Kuhne U putting up a'.large ad dition to hit blacksmith ahop. Heavy Drown Cotton 8 conta. WooLFoiiK & Gordon. If you want a good Hoattng Stove, try tho Hardware Store of D. 8. Qrews. Mr. Wilson Miller sold hla model farm on iliicliland prairie, at the rato of two hundred and sixty doltara per mere. Dees for Sale. I havo forty hives of bees for sale. They are all in good condition and I will sell them cheap. 43.U. Mki. Ulorb. There was a flue rain oil Friday last, accompanied by some hall, which somewhat cooled the air, tilt then too hot for comfort. Tho rain was badly needed. Do you want to save wood and work this winter? Then buy a heat 1ng stove of D. S. Crews. He is sell lug them low down. 16 yards Best Calico for $1. 16 yards Good Calico for $1. Wooi-folk & Gordon. . j Protracted meeting will commence this evening at tho Christian chu...

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. — 3 November 1875

THE TOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1875, TKOY HEKALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV'It. 8, 187ft TUB AOTDMITSr TttM WL. The Is waa petal leave Um net, The latest twalluw ptaBie for tight, 11m aunnwsr'a im where m mi anew, Witt dMiM' love, aad spsavtyaera light Awl warn hearts mum outor sigat. B4 rntM are tk enmi of youtt The warm light atrikea oa lovers' Hp ; l.augn, though, aail fondle happy asauth, Aad yet raaartr awcet time slips, Death hurries oa with full eellpae. So abort, ao aad I Oh, let not Uoath Mad only faded lowera aad wine, When, hungry for the Joyous breath That dream not of Um year's decline. He laya his cold white mouth to thine J , Cling to the tying hour j and yet, let one puro hope, one great desire, l.iio oong oa dying Hp be aet, That ere we fall In Mattered Are, Our hopes may lift the world' heart higher. tlere, la the autumn month of time, Bat era the great new year can break, Noma little way our feet ihould climb, Home little mark our word ahould stake For liberty and ma...

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. — 3 November 1875

THE TROY HERAlJ), WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1875. ' Vftil. NEHBEH COMB TIB SUV. fThe following, from the pen of Mm. F. . DeKoiitaine or Charleston, S. C will touch trader chord .in every Southern heart.) I'm been waltln Ions for do good oM time Dnt'lt nsbbcr come no ino'. When I lined to work, an' rock am' King In dt little wbln do'. My Sim ws dar wld hi flJdle, IV he gone done dead I Dead for de want oh food and an' clothes, An' de shelter ober head. And little Moaei I well he's dead, too ; llnwjie tued to dance an' sing, While Jim, and Polly, an all le re' Went roun and roun' de ring. Olo MUila Ucm her dear ole soul Would laff till he sides gib way, An' Mama 'd atop at mr cabin Jut To aay "How'a Ole Mammy to-day ." De boys I mean Ole Malta's boys Dey lubbed Ole Mammy, too, Who nusscd 'cm, ch'ry brested one. Clean down to little Mum Loo. IV Massa Loo I He went to light, 'Hut he nebber como back no mo'j We heard dat ho fall wld a ball In de breast In fron't ob de battle roar. He'd put ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 November 1875

THE TROtf HEfcALl, "WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1876. TRQY HERALD. "WEDNESDAY, NOV'R 8, 1875. TRMi Jen. a. . risncB, HCDB, 1 Milan. Troy only eait four votet against the iiewonstltutlou ; 244 for It. We hope tba Pennsylvania Democ racy will aueeeod In Parading Hart laiift up tlia aalty alraain. Carrntlt, the editor with a billet In lit head, la dead. , lie couldn't tuc iced in ttartl'ng hit lead mine; the lode wat too much for hlra. President Grant baa tiiued all an nual proclamation naming a day for thanksgiving and prayer. Thunday, tlio 2.ih iutl., haa beau tet apart aa uch day. On the 26th ultimo Virginia City, Nevada, waa almoat totally dc Mi-oyed by fire. Two thousand peo pie were in a few hour renderod lieinelen. A amalt vote waa polled through out tho atate laat Saturday, for and agalnit tho new constitution, proba lily one hundred thousand. The yeas lave It by about (our to one. Gen. Easton, one ol the oldeat edl tors and most genial gentleman of this state, haa retired from tho G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 November 1875

THE TBOY HERAiD, WEDNESDAY NOVEIB, 1875. M UrdKt HWi atrikara. (From the Spirit of Ui T lasts. ,TI testimony yeittrdsr In Ilia case of IS. II. Cheever afalnit Henry Claw & Co., developed totne poind that Hie houio of representatives will probably find It necessary lo InreitU fata. This testimony ralateitolhe reasons and Influenoea which pro Urcd the appolnttneat, la 1869, of Henry Clewa & Co., aa a financial gent or baakor of. the United Btatei government In Europe. Thli ap pointment, aa the public will remem ber, caused aitontshment'atsthe time, aud it now appoara by thla evidence that preliminary to It. was an agree taent by which Henry Clewa. & Co. greed to pay to Loala Vnt, the rothorlntaw of the president, one eighth of the proflta lo be derived fronithe appointment read thla one tilghththey guaranteed to Deatahould wot be leia than $9,000 year. Thui, if the teitlmony la true, we have the lrotherlnlaw of the president, and thecouttaut lutltnate of tho White House, e...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 3 November 1875

THE TBOY.HERALl!), WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1875. Fire yean to waUt" Dob' t do it, My lnaoetr.,W-UMyedmatd, For tlio years My last Mfotlcne, While tow yootaful roses (Mel While your (yam toad with weeping, And wVtof ltrcMtroui tea) Till you eiagtae song of the lone oae, "He never came back to rae." rive years to wstt, white other Aro dauolnijthe daace of youth, And the one, f nf, you we traitlif , In breaking his owe foreoetfc I "1 Mutl welt for my love, my darling, Who has aailed far over the sea, Five years, or ten, or twenty," Said the blue-eyed maid to me. She wrote her lover letter. Or tended her garden floweri, Or watebed the reitlei blllowa Un the beetllag cliff for hour t 'While ahe turned her aultor plalag Away from the cottage door. And waited, patiently waited, One long, leng year or more. Tls very weary waiting," Bald the blue-eyed tuaid to me, Ajid aha glaaoed at her hut new aultor And then at the restless aea , And one glanced at the rosea fading In her garden fair and b...

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. — 3 November 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1875. R. & J. ATKHTSON, ST: CHARLES ttO. FALL DRESS CtOODSI R. &. J. ATKINSON, ST. CHARLES, MO., Htvt Rooalvad and Opentd the Past Weak a Most Elegant Stook of FALL AND WINTER DRESS COODS! Unprecedented Attractions in New Styles, Shades and Patterns, Plaid Diagonals, Plaid Cashmeres, Plaid Rep Goods, Plaid Debeges, Vinnese Cloth, Comprising, in Part. Camelrs Hair Plaid Serges, Kniokerbooker Plaids, Regent-Street Suitings, Elegant Basket Plaids, addition to the 06010, 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 CKALPA CAS and MOHAIRS, 20 to 90c per yard; they are unequalled in brilliancy 0 lustre and perfect black. We also call attention to our new WA TE RPR OOFS and CL OAKINGS, in Plaid, Mingled and Solid Colors', which we arc selling 10 to 15 per cent, less than last year. Persian Cloths. All-Wool Plaid...

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

THE TROY HEKALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,, MrT5. UNUSUA1 INDW(EMENT$ u OFFERED BY Li Heavy Brown Cotton 8, 9 a nd lOo. Bleabhed Cotton 6 1-4 to 12 l-2c. Shirting Stripes 12 1-2 to 15c. neivy Jeans 12 i-z to auo. OUR STOCK LARGER .AMD MORE COMPLETE TViaftrtixr, and aJifk, renewed facilities we, are enabled to offer ' Goods at from 10 to 15 per. cent Lower Than Lt Yemn. UV invite your attention f the. following prices t 5,000 Yards New Fall and Winter Cali coes, Best Qoodaand Styles, 80. Domestio Gingham 8 to 15c per yard. Ladies' Shawls 8O0 to $6.00. White and Gray Wool Blankets and Quilts $2.50 to $7.50. fJE MMfJE .1 FULL STOCK OF DRESS GOODS. Our Black Alpacas and Mohairs ara tha Baat Oooda In tho Mark at. OUR FLANNELS, CASSIMERES AND TWEEDS ARE MARKED DOWN TO BOTTOM PRICES We have the Cheapest Stock or CLOTHIJVG in the Jflmr- ket. Men's Suits. $Bfof2Bi WE GALL SPEBIAL ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES. Children Shoes 30c to $1.50 Women's Fine Shoes $1S0 to $3.00 Women'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 November 1875

THE TROY HERALD, VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., NOVEMBER 10,1875. NO. 45 i TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV'R. 10, 187 LOCAL AND COUNTY NlWt. An adjourned term of tho probate court will lio liulil next Monday. If yon want a good Healing Stovo, try tho Hardware Store of BJ 8. Crows. Dr. East lus hud a substantial gut ter constructed In front of hli pave men I. Who will be tho first to follow his example? Do you want to save wood and work this winter? Then buy a heat ing stove of D. S. Crews. He is sell ing them low down. Litkrauy Society. A meeting will bo held at the county court room Thursday evening at seven o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a liter ary society, lo embrace a dramatic club. Ivceuiu, etc. All who tukc an interest In Ibis praisworthy under taking, and I ho Indies especially, are Invited to bo present. K. N. lloNFII.S, V. B. Y. WlLKIE, f. M. IIAHI.AN, T. G. MUTT, FlSltKR & Muod. Land Sales. David Flcener sold a Mr. Moore, late of West Virginia, ono hundred an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 November 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, KOVKMBER 10, 1875. TROY JIEKALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV'R. 10, 18T5 TMU UK CVCK. There's a little myrtle clock, Ha human eye hath seen, That beateth oa, and beatsth oa, a? rom morning uattl e'en, . And when the awl ii wrapped ta sleep, Aad heareth net a touad, It Ucka aad Uckt the Hve-loBg alht, Aid aever raaueth dowa. Oh, wondrous Ii tkat work of art Which knella the partlof hour I Bat art ne'er formed, nor mlad eencelv ed, the llfe-elock'e saagio power. Hor set In gold, nor decked with genii, By wealth and pride possessed ; Jut rich or poor, or high or low, Jtooh hears it la his breast. When life's deep stream, 'aid beds of flow- All still aad softly glides, ers, Uke wavelet's step, with a gentle beat, It wans of passing tides. When threatened darkness gathors o'er, And hope's bright visions flee, Uke the sullen stroke of the muffled oar, It beateth heavily. When passion nerves the warrior's arm For deeds or hate aad wroag, Though heeded not the fearful sound, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 November 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1875. itK piLomna or the plains. They climbed the rock-built breasts of eirtb, Tlit Titan-fronted, blowy steeps That cradled Time Where fredom keeps Hrr flag or whlte-btowm stars unlurlcd, Thoy turni'il ubout. they saw the birth Of Hidden dawn upon Clio world. Again they guxcd ; they mw the race , or God, nud named it boundleti apace. And they descended and did roam Through levelled distances let round By room. Tby saw the silence Move by and beckon saw their forms, Their very beards, olt-tlrae In storms, And heard them talk like silent seas, On unnamed hlghts Mack-blown aud brown, And torn like battlements or Mars ; They saw the darknesses come down, Like curtains loosened from the dome or God's cathedral, buttt or stars. They saw the snowy mountains rolled And heaved along the nameless lands Like mighty billows, saw the btush or sudden dawn, and fell the bush Or Heaven when the day sat down And hid his face In dusky hands j Then pitched bin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 November 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER iO, i8?o. TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOW 10, 187fl. THE. riMICB, I Mlt. u teem that the money powor rules everything. At the Into dlsas trout (Ire In Virginia City, Novada tho telegraph wai o managed that tlio vtltio of the atock In tho great liver mluca or the atrickeii city shrank fifty million of dollars. For tunes were made by thoie who bought and loat by thoso who Hold on that eventful day. The real damago to a a " 1110 niinei was inconsiucrauic. Col. Joyce haa been Disced In jail at Jefferson City foraafo keeping. Since hla conviction for complicity In the whisky fraudr, he hai devel opeu a poetical talent, which at a convict may render him Immortal. Ilia Pocmi all point toward tho ter tnlnaiof that crooked butlueit, out of whole tanglod iutricaclei ho could ttot accurately trace his steps tho penitentiary. "The Dead Convict" it the title of hla laat effusion, and It mutt be admitted that ho makes him present' a vory respectable appear hiico, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 November 1875

fHE TROY flERALD, tTtlDKESDAYl NOVEMBElt 10, 1875. TRUSTEE'S SALK.-Whrbkab llcnry lllcko by hi certain deed of , trust dateil October the 8th, ln7ft, and re folded in book No. U for recording trust deeds tt nago No. 47!), In Ilia Recorder's of Met! of Lincoln I'liimtv. Missouri, ennveved to Dledrleh Wehdo as triittco tho followlug described property, real and personal, to- to. I'juui Wit i Lot I Gulvro tract In survey 3035 ti, 48 rgii 2 eaal containing 40J4 iii rcii j also mh iu oi sauio tract in same- ur ey iiiiti town lilp and ruture. containing 28.22 ucrcn ( also part of lot at of same tract, In tamo survey and township, containing 32.M acre, the Whole together being tho farm plain or naltl licnry Rlckc, and In situated near tho Chain of Hocks hiiU helni tho name land purcliuxeil byHlckeef Mrs. Wchorer. Alao a large lot or personal property altuata on the real es fate abovn described, to-wlt : 2 horsey, nno IMiono wagon. 0 head of cauls, 1T5 bushels if oaf, 150 bushels of wheat, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 November 1875

THE TROY.HERALD, WfiCMJSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1875. rmvm niM mt,m. "I'm four years atd to-day, ftp I guest you MaH know now vorjr old sad Wg tmt strong InonenlfhtlsfcouVigrow, ' For last night wfcesi I went to sleep, Your boy wm oaly tarns I Just ite howtaMI mi to-day Pp, do jott taAW Ml I'ssfow years old! "And iow I'm nut man And wui a caadMrtoro To coll ice-cream and nnU sad Bgs, And Iota of good things more t And oh I want a big black dog To keep bad boy away A pony Juit an white at now To ride on every day I'm four years old t "l'-m sorry for poor little Med, Just think, fae'a only two I But If he Uvea be'll grow a man, And nil theie nloe thing do. I'll give him allay top and ball, My drciies and-say toy, For thing like them are very nice To please uch llttlo boy I I'm four year old I" 'What! four year eld I my little-con, You nil me with aurprtte. My ion become a man o aoon ! Uan I believe my eye? Ah 1 golden time, -to full of hope. So fresh and sweet and fair ! 'I well rcmcmbepfio...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 November 1875

THE TROY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1875. i wait rem thbe. The hearth Is swept, the Ore Is bright, The fettle tings for tea; The cloth u spread, the lamp U light. The muffins smoke la napkins white, And now I wait for thco. Cobs home, love, cono, thy task is done ; The clock ticks llstentngly , The bunds are shut, tho curtains down, The arm chair to the flresldo drawn, The boy Is on my kneo. Come home, love, come ; bis deep fend eye Looks round him wistfully, And when the whispering wind go y, As If thy welcome step were nigh, He crows oxultlngly. In vain he finds the welcome vain, And turns his glance on mine, So earnestly, that yet again HI form unU my heart I strain, That glance Is so like thine. Thy task Is done we miss thee here ; Where'er tby footsteps roam, No heartn will spend such kindly cheer, No beating heart, no listening ear, I.Ike those who wait thee home. Ah, now along the crisp walk fust That well-known step doth come ; The bolt Is drawn, the gate Is past, The b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 10 November 1875

THE TROY HERAtD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1875. TROY HXEBALDi PVBMSHKD BY FISHER & MUDD, AT 11. CSO a Year In Advance ATM Of AtVIHTIilNO. J square l ituertlM 91 M Kach addlttoasl Insertion . ? AduiliiisU-ators' Notices 8 00 Hnsl Sotttemat Notice 3 00 Mray Notices (slatle stray) 3 00 tueh tilitlMl stray In uno notice. . 1 00 ttberal deaaeUoa win ba made to regular sdvertiMt. - . AdvcrtisMaeatS will take ttie regular run I the paper. Bxtra charges made for pre ferred places. No certltteate f publication Trill be made .uitll such publication bat been paid fur. he non-observance of this rule linn been tfic occasion of touch trouble nnd actual toss. Our ten arc: Cash In advance, on nub t-clntloas; cash on delivery, fur job work nd cask on demand, for advertisement. CHURCH DIRICOORY. lUrrisT. Uov. Mr. Burnham, pastor; vertices on second and third Sundays, morn ing uiitl evening. CiiniHTUN. Rid. Win. Melonn, pastor; sen Ices flmt ami thin, Hund.i)" hi rach 'inontb. tnornlag and evening;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 November 1875

THE TROY HERALD. . VOL. 10. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., NOVEMBER 17,1875. NO. 40 TROY JIERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV'R. 17, 187 LOOAL AND COUNTY NIWS. Cheap Prlais. Another stock of tltone good Call com at 16 yards for $1.00 at the Dry Goodi Headquarters. Pahker, Weeks k Co. v .. I hi. w.v to St 82 5 PO0K rod 29-72 ' br,dKe' Wi-- tee. A committee on hall was then w.y i a . WMi railroad, $4,298.86; appointed consisting of Judg.Bon- C0UNTY cauavr itbhs. . mis litkbary society. The committee selected as the pro- The St. liOins repwuean, which u The following are the principal Fursuaut to a call In last week's gramme for next meeting which be as familiar to the people of Missouri Items of the county eonrt In Its reg- psper, there was a meeting In the on Friday evening, the Question: as a household word, with Its col i . . . i - i . . . ular fall session held last week t court house last Thursday evening, That contraction of the national cur- umns teeming and overflowing with Tho assessment of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 November 1875

THE TKOY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1875. TROY J1EKALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV'lt. 17, 1876 Kate's Fitst Two Yuri of! Marriage. BY AUNT MABY. Ktte Vernon had bean scarcely two Irtare wedded, when her aunt, with Whom tho had formerly lived, end from whose home the htd married, came to spend tho winter with her, Mrs. Beverly had uot beeu long with tor niece before she law, or thought he taw, that things wero not going tlchtwlth the young couple. Kate often looked ae If the had been cry log. Her hippy expression and freih color had disappeared. On hla part, Mr. Voruon wai strangely silent and moody. After the llrst fow evening!, loo, ho began to absent himself. It was on one of thnso occasion tbat the wlfo broached the subject that had often been on her Hps aluee her aunt's arrival. "I suppose I ought to apologize, aunty," she began, with some confu sion. "Apologise, my child I What fori" "For Edward's going out and leav ing ua alone so much. I know you think It strange. It Isn't a bit li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 November 1875

THE TROY RttAi, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1875. The Old Horatain Mason. A DTOMY OF THti REVOtitJTIOH. From the time George Washington made his first trip through the wll darneia of the Alleghantes to Fort I)u Queene under the orders of Uovernor Dinwiddle, or the I'rov inei f Virginia tho seopo of country lying weit ot tboso mountains has never eeased to bo ml mi red, at In many respects It might be termed ea flunted grounde. The two river coming out of tho deep gorges or the mountains the Yougtiiogheny and the Monongahi li and rolling their waves away to the northwest, give to tho general seen ory, when viewed from the lofty peaks ot Laurel Ridgo, a garden acope as bnaullful and romantic as the far-famed walka and beds of Audal utta. The rolling hills and beautiful val leys lying between thne two rivers continued tu be the liuiiling-grouuds of the wandering red man for many voars after the General Uraddock de feat, and it was ,not until the close of the Revolution that tho white man v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 17 November 1875

THE TBOY HERALD, WEBtfESfcAlT, KOVEJttiTR If , iffl. TROY HERALD. WKPNE8DAY. NOV'R 17, 1870. nn..riiil Mil Th Haanlbal Courier says that by a judlclorts u'ltem of levees along certain parti of the Mississippi, forty thousand aeres of laud, worth nearly u million and a half of dollari, would bo reclaimed, t The St. Louis Globe It atudlouily altent on tho crooked whisker ques tion ilnce lla controlling apirlt, Mo Kee, hat been Indicted by the graud Jury, Ita promised music, ao long deferred, will norer bo given, we fear since lta chler key it ao ont of tuuo. The Richmond EnqtUrer, which for mora than three quarters of a century hai been a promluent and Influential newspaper of the South, and the ex poneut of tho prluclplee of Jefferson, Madlion, Monroo and Tyler, who contributed to lta columae, hai boon bought by parties who will run it In the interests of the bond-holding power. Howard county has a railroad debt of $850 ,000. Nearly half this ainouut was paid in bonds to the Louisian...

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