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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 20 July 1871

THE HE I AM), l 0. IV. SyUITIB. .rear. O" t. Ojunty Clorrj.tr.: now". Cdom. -3'ierlff ..o.o Frsd. Wino. - . l ! f M. D. L. Vaniuicn. DcOuljOhctilTi.o.oO'.o." Wimi. Treasuroroo o o.J K.'.C'ANNoCb 0niisor o ....Kmxn MBKnao Public Administrator E. 0. mTTOX. County Sntvoyor. ".J' C' SowsinO. fchool Commissioner o W.B.1'i.nk.sotuk Olislw.v f llin War in SurojjA il'Lo National 1'ublinliiiiR Co. ot St. MY VHtlUi; and nutlinrltv o n stceial me- cation Iisuc4 from tlio office of thoClorkof .. w... l.. . '-a - . . ' . . CtticcITA tif thi 1 uinuiuiu our vuiitvuii uuiiiinuf ctulnoulo to tlio November term of palil Court, fstiA Kranpn. tfrnu llin tinn nf ntin nf nup fl. 1). 1871. and tn tfhu rilrretmU In Oivor of Lin ffio lolal of ,noat popuur yumtf.Jll. rjmqios 5ft c- cdn County to the uso of school township So. giUUW; aa Cube. Jr. .1.,1Ur. .n.l V,. Uf,.hr. r.rtv.tlftn -O-0r-O- 'Ciuci.it Court Third Mondays In 'March nnfl September. County CouitT-Sccond Mondays tn February Miiyf August and Nove...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 20 July 1871

TQM l U 111 UWmilfcrnHjB(liy Gfiildrcn's Dcnartincnf. I v it 'Uct op," said Charloy Hayes tnotlicj lto rapped on his room door otto morning. But Charley was very sleepy indeed, and as lie Ujr tborj with Arowsi Uses'! tugging nnd gulling flows fiis oyo iris he began to tciVt ho was vfr fed Jrcejcd. 'Oh, horn I wish I was up, but I'm w loopy yet I'll just lio still five tiinutcs longer and tho got up." h ) i Din dongt fang tho villagu fcclf, nnft Charley Hayes tun down irio gtafcv walk in front of Ml father's hoaso, pushod opto tho gate and hurried towarJ tho school-house. Tho fcomn in which Charley's father tired was at little distanco Irom tho vil lage an J tho road ran through a beautiful grove of oaks and miilcs. Charley was paf.Miig along the road nnd through the grove, when suddenly a funny littlo man appeared beforo bin: nnd waving his bauds, exclaimed, "Hello, Charley ! where aro you going ?" Charley was taken aback and felt very much like taking to his Iicels. lint the old ma...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 27 July 1871

Xho Lincoln County Herald LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. 3ERMS OP ADVERTISING One Square (10 llnts)orless,onlnsertion.l It tnJI)MSEI SVEIir TRUiDV BY Such Cvlditional Insertion. . .-i if Administrators' Notice i 00 final Settlement Notice i 8 Of Stray Notices (single Stray) tenettts.sietll.tt) $1.00 A YEAR 1 ADVANCE. Each additional stray In same notice 1 Vt 2S- A Liberal Deduction will be madt t WNfcfclg CUPIES AVK CK9TB. VOL, 6. TROY MCK, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1871. JNO. SO. yearly advertisers. T. J. WKBBf ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, IWE isHourlf, ILL promptly attend 6 legal tustttess. special attention given to. collecting. Olio with i. B. IMl, la te old t. 0. mng. vonzvyl Dr. XV. W. Ill RK II LAD, SURGEON UENTMT, TROTT, IvEO Teef Extracted i ithotit Pain. 17K prepare tlie NITUOUH OXIDE OAS, VV anil administer It without fear uf an ill itfect.fterward. Tho gas Is plcaiant to breathe -osaionllrely harmless, leetn tnserte. amt ail Manner of JJentnl work nttcmlcJ to. flV Office with Drs. Ilutt i Bo...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 27 July 1871

TUB HEliALD, Our President, Vint Was when every American etcn, from tho pvofosind statesman and pbiloa opherdowa to tho humblo plobian, too .red art favcred 4he person of ilie Prcsi ilon nf jhnlTnifod States. In the honest day it our Republic be wai rogarded as the guardiatl, in fact, or the groat magna rMarta and tbo right tho people, to. lilei wo found all Ibe virtue which adorn tho character of great and good states manship. Elected by the untrammelled votes of a free and enlightened poople, ho entered tho white bouio and occupied the chair of state, not ts a tyrant fir demagogue, but as a ruler of a groat and mighty republic. With a aolema) oath to protect the constitution of his country, lio entered upon tho diachargo of the weighty duties of bis oflico, knowing no party, no father, brother or kindred; no Kast, so West, no North or South ; do termiucd only that tho heritatgo bo- 1..ik.J k fcy ttia Llooil of patriotio eiros should be preserved to tho latest posterity, honored at...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 27 July 1871

THE HERALD. COUNTY OFl'ICEHS, Jretilt Clerk W. Couikbt. rS. T. Inokau. aunty Court .Tttitieo I A. K Waset. t,U. W. MAItTIN. 8. R. Joxtav. l 0. Caki. TllMIl. Wmo. junty Clork.... 'lcrlfT nlmf Kh ip Lit m f 11. D. I.. "".JO. WlKO . ,..J. K. ClNKON. -... . 'Vj.tllllAfVERII. utilra Ailnitirlilrnlii E. G. Sitto. uanu DUITUJurx .....i. j wnnmui COUNTS IN lilNCOLN COUNTY. September. County CouaT Second Alonduys In February May, August an November. Mprll, July nd October. rtiSTAIi AHRAMiEMnSM. HErAiiTCnica or uaiu. rWcnttvllle, dally (except Sunday) at I.OOf.m, Lost llranch. Monday j 7.S0a. u. 'Auburn, Tucs., Thur., Sat 8.00 Ashley, Wednesday and Saturday ...p.oe High 11111 und Trnxton, Friday, 7.00 Cap-au-UrlsSaturdaya .7.30 The molls clete at o'clock on the evening tcvIouj to their departure!. ARRIVALS. tTom Wo.iltrillodaily(xcept Sunday) 5.00 r. u Lost llranch, Mondays fi.rjO Auburn, Tuos., Thurs. and Sat 4.1)11 Ashley, Tuesday and Friday, &.00 nigh Hill and Truxton, Saturday ...6.00...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 27 July 1871

Children's Department vers vsstr. k incv H. AEXrOHt Uood-b7,,, grandm saiS, tending 4own to kiM too pink nhcck Do ttnltt p fo good-bjr km. "Comt and tee grandma fcefoo long, won' ou fidget?" "K." nif fin. ..sv-Ml-j, 1-. licdU 4itl the yellow curlj shook ali gvor it tike dancing lunbeami. "'Kj, I'll tomo aomotimo ' stay ono, wo, wct so feant Maya." uThat' right," answered grandma, king too moio good smack' from the plamp littlo Jlpg. "Don't forgot it," and I then grandma etarloi for homo. Dot sat and watched hor till slto was out of sight, AllAn ......... I L 1 . . . . ' 1 iuiuu nor attention 10 ner unnn (shed bowl of bread and milk. ino next aftoruoon, Dot was out in tho grdon at play with Spot. Spot was her pet kitten, a pretty little white thing With the cunningest black spot on tho top of hor noso. Dot loved her kitten bout tho best of anything in tho world. "I lore papa, oh I ever so much, an' mamma a bushal, an' Spotty oh t I loves Spotty lots !" Spotty returned her iitlla mist...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 3 August 1871

4N Tl Lincoln Comity Herald trlJilLISIIKD KVKRV THUIlfilJAY BY TUHMS Of ADVKIH'mMC. - One Squire (10 lines) or less, ono lnrcttfon.$l t Eath additional Insertion. . ... ft ftdmlnlslrntats' Ntti'lfee-.. vm 3 0 Final Settlement NotlM. .i .... fl eS LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. Stray Notices (tfneteltraj) ,ti.uut.... W Ksch additional strnjr In aine nollcov........ f M VOL. 6. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1871. 1.0 A VEA IN ADVANCE. 8l!ICil,n COPIES 1'IVE CUNTS. r . J WEBB, A.TOltNI'Y AT LAW, Troy, 3XisHou.ri, WILL promptly attend to Irgnl business. Special attention glvoo to Collecting. T.tS- Office with J. I). Allen, In the old 1. 0. Wldlnt;. vnn2yl lDr. XV. IV. ltlKKIIi: I, S U JIG EON -DENT JUT, TK.O"5T, 3VTO Teeth Extracted Without Pain. WV. prcparo tho NITllOUS OXIDE OAS, and administer It without fear of any 111' ffect'ifterwnrfl. Tho gas la pleasant to brcnthe nnd entirely harmless. Tcoth Inserted and all lDnnir.v of Dental work attended to. p4f Office with Drs. Hutt k IJourland, c...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 3 August 1871

THE HERALD. TROY, HO., AlKJllsr 3, 4871. The Sub-Coramlnw. The db'corumi(leo(!iit fo'jih'by '(ho 'KukluK committee hasi-cturncd from its itinorant rjexirtioyang through South Car olina. !( reports a truly shooklog siau of affairs down (hero, buttcw mnoh 'tho witnesses czaminod by it exaggerated tbeir Injuries, or how 'much their statements were magnified bj (ho dotnmiltoe, wo arc not alio t -nay. At Columbia tho commitleo report moro than ono hundrad refugee?, who -had Boa from violouoe a Vernon's, counties. At Sf arfnniborg "whites nd negroes, victims of violence, -came in by acoros" 09 -soon as thoy heard -the committco "was there, and reported that murders and shippings "by Ku-fclux bands had so ter cited thorn that in many neighborhood!) nearly -every negro and whito Ropablican had slept intho woods for momths. They showed scarified backs, gun shot wounds, tnainiod ears, and other frcfs of vioknoo (.hoy had tferoan At Li most on 0 one hundred and eigh loen cases of whipping wero...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 3 August 1871

rfuMxasxM&m THE HERALD. ! . , ' . - ' ' - cot; TV OW1CUKS. ClrWfell Clerk,....;.. .'VVVCouiaa. IfS.T. 1 ..'A..K ' lew. . S. T.IkoiuW. Jnunty CoUrt Justices Wusox, Maiitix. h'roUtc '.rude i ,'.S. R. Joxtr 'Ciuntr Clork F. C. Cki. 3'urtlT Fikd. Wifa. L , , . f M. D. L. YftAnttR. Deputy Sheriffs A y Wino. Vrttaiurcr jJ.'K. CakhoW. Assssor .". ,Edju JlTim. 'labile Adtulrilstrntor..,..,'.,.:.;V..E. 0. Siitok. Cuusty Surveyor. . ..i.J- C- Dowiiisn. t-chuol Commissioner V.B.'l'miioK (ITfllTM IV T.INffll.N c!oI!KTV. "Ciucuii CotiaT Third Mun'dayi In 'Mtch and September. lOUKTr CouRTi-'Socond Mondays In February f 1 . I V I. may, August kihi uuTvuiuoi. t t Pboiut CocaT Second Monday! ia January! April, July and October. I'OHTAI. AIIKA'nCJEMENI'B. DKPAirreRKH or tfAh-s. 'or Wcntiv'lllc, dally (oicoptSunday)at t.OOr.u. Loll Ilranob, Monday 7.30a.m. Auburn, Tuei., Thuri., Sat. 8.00 Ashley, Wednesday and Saturday ...8.00 High Hill and Truxton, Friday, 7.00 Cp-nu-lrls, Saturday! 7.30 ; Tho ra...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 3 August 1871

Children's Department. MOTHER'S CURTAINS. "What nro you doing ii tliiv rorncr, Josio?" miij Atiuio Orny, for coming in to call bor niiIar out lo roll hoop, ulie found her sitting in tlio corner or her mother's room, with tier bright face rest tag oa two little brown IinnJ, very quiet and thoughtful. t'f want to earn some money, eaid the little girl, "and 1 don' know Low." "Karn money, for what ?" "I want to cam enough to buy car tains for mother's window." "0 Josio I A girl eight year old to earn money enough fur that I What put that into your head?" "Mother did herself. She wants tficm co much. And when ( asked her why he didn't buy them, she said, 'Uocnusc, I have -so many little mouths to feed, and eo many littlo bodies to keep warm and comfortable. Wo'vo enough for that, thank Uod, but wo havo nothing to spare for fancies, and tho curtains aru only a fancy of mine' And I felt so sorry, Annie, 'causn mother did look as if she'd like her fancy very much. But inco yesterday Pro fel...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 10 August 1871

tho Lincoln County Herald PUW43H1?t) 'BVFRT TilUaSDAf .OAeITiN ADVANCE. . SINGLE COPIES WVK CENTS. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. One Square (10 llncijor less, one tnerllon..tl R Eacfe additional Inset lloa.sv...4. Tt Administrators' Notices,., t 0& FinM Settlement Notices..,. , -3 00 Stray Nottoes (tingle stray.) ........... I Ot Each oddltlcs-at -stray In same notice . 1 tf VOL. 3. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1871 NO- 32. rir A Libera! Deduction will be made t yearly advertrtet. TEH 51 8 OP ADVERTISING. T. J. WEBB, ATTDHNEY AT LAW, Troy, JVIissourl, ILL promptly attend to legal business. Special attention given to Collecting. vv sir Office with J. B. Allen, In the old 1'. 0. "building. v0n!9yl llr. W. W. lllKKHKAD, 'SURGEON DENTIST troy, iuro. 'Teeth Extracted Without Pain. IT7B "prepare the. NITROUS OXIDE OAS, .VV and administer It without fear of any ill ""eJlect aflcrwarfl. Tho 'gas is pleasant to breathe and entirely harmless. Teem in, emu anu an 'manner f Dental work attonded...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 10 August 1871

THE HERALD. TKOYi MO.. AUGflsr 10, 1871. ElectloH in KfBtuckj, Tb Kentucky lUlt -olcction Isst Moo thy resulted in tlio election of Leslie Tor Governor by between twenty and thirty thousand majority, ?hicli is not as heavy a Democratic Vote s that stato usually casts. Thcte Was a Falling off of forty or Buy thousand from the last gubernatorial election, and of twenty six to thirty six thodtand from the' Qrant and Seymour election. The Democrats of Kentucky will hare to bestir themselves. The Murderer of lleadlce. Wa tako tho following telegram, datod Karmiogton, Missouri. 6th inat.f from Iho Republican : Wi.jiatn Drake, the murder of Hot. 8. S. Ilcadlee, was to day arrested by L. D. Walker, Sheriff of St. Francois county, by virtuo of a capias issued by the clerk of tho circuit court of Webster county. Mr. Walker will Icavo this morning with tho prisoner for itarshfield, the county teat of Webster. liar Against Grant. Horace Qrcclcy, the No York Sun's "great and good" has declared w...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 10 August 1871

THE HERALD. . . . BOUNTY OfKICEBSi Vlrcutt Clerk ."V. Colwmt. For Iho Horald. I A Visit to the Cl Mines in Lincoln Ceuaty Miisoarl. 8. T. Ixonxu. 0. W. Maiitis ?rottto Judge "Qjunty Clotk icrttr Deputy Sheriff) Tremurer Assessor l'obllo Administrator.. County Surveyor (school Commissioner.. mis. 8. 11. JiOXl.K.Y, F. 0. CakKi taiMtl'llKUt WlKQ. ( M. D. L. YfMli'' ""')C. WiVo. J. K. Cannon. Elijah M'vmi. :.E. (1. Sitton. ...... ..J. C' Downing. W.S. Pkx.n:soton On Thursday, 3d lnt., a commitloo Court, praying tliat Ibo work on the Rt, ippointedbj the Board of Trade of St. LouU and Keokuk ra.lroa in thi.rount, rrr . . . hn ilnrmnri that thn cnmlniiminnflF hr Charloe mado a Visit to tho mtnei,. ih rotu6vctfau(i , ro oreantiation afis. conso company with about fifteen of our wido- quent ro-location of laid rouil bo tuado. awako and cntorpriaing citiions. Tho Tlicso petitions allogo as a reason why COUItTM IN LINCOLN COUNTY. "Circuit Coubt Third Mondays In March antt September. rouKTt Cou...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 10 August 1871

Children's Department. LUCtS .tlGTOHY. "Luoj, toy child, what Iru it I heard jest a moment ago, say to your rotbr Himmy ?" "I don't caro ; 1 do hato him," said Lucy hanging her head, and pouting. "1 wish ho would go away and never 'come back," "Perhaps ho may, dear. Many littlo brothers haro gono away from thoir liters, and havo novor come baok. I hare see a little sisters weeping bitterly, because their brothers wero gone from then Tor ever. ' Luoy still pouted and sulked and uttered something which her aunt eould not understand. Sho appeared to bo Very angry, and looked, oh, so disagreo able. Her aunt took a Biblo from the tand near by, and opened to the fifth chapter of Matt bow. "Como here, Lucy, and read the 1woiity-firit and twenty-second verses of this chapter, please," alio said kindly. Lucy obeyed, but she read in a cross tone and with an ugly scowl on her face. "Ye,, have board that it-wna-.aaiU-.by-4bem of old time, Tbou ebalt not kill, fend whosoever shall kill thall lo ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 17 August 1871

Tho Lincoln County Herald LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS OF ADVERTlSISrCi Ono Banare (10 llnesjor Icsione Inrertiori.T.tl it Each additional Insertion 75 Administrator' Notices , 3 OA Final Settlement Notices 3 00 Stray Notices (single stray) 3 04 Each a tdllfonal stray In same notice 1 00 plO' A Liberal Deduction will be msdo to yoatly advertisers. PUBLISHED KVKRT TIIUR8DAY RV TMEO. I. IISHEIt. 6I.OO A YEAIt IN ADVANCE. VOL. 6. TROY, MO.; THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1873- NO. 33. singi.u copies five cents. T . J . WEBB, ATTORNEY AT IAW, Ti'oy, (Missouri, ."I7 ILL promptly attend tu legal business. l special Attention given to vonecung. KSr OfBce with J. 1). Allen, In tho old P. 0 Willing. vfin2yl Dr. W. IV. DIRKHEAD, SURGEON DENTIST TROY, IMIO TeetH Extracted H ithout Pain. WE prepare the NITROUS OXIDE OAS, and administer it without fear of nny 111 ffect afterward. Tho gas I pleasant to breathe and entirely harmless. Teem tnscrtea irnu nil manner of Dental work attended to. jar Office with ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 17 August 1871

THE HERALD. TROY MO.. AUGUST 19, I871. Bciier News Fra KeitNcky. A Louisville telegram of the 11th init. says : In 63 couotiei from which official return have been rccoivod at tbo Ledger office, Leslie's majorities gain 7,069 over the Democratic congressional majority of 1870. In the same county they gave the Democrat! 60,712 votoi. They gave Stevenson 81,281 in 1868, and they gave Seymour 88,011. They now give Leilie 85,723 votes, a gain of 25,011 over the Domocratio voto of 1870, a gain of 4,439 over Stovenaon, aud of 2,712 over Sey mour'a vote in the aamo counties. Leslie is receiving the largest voto ever polled for any man in Kentucky, and his major ity will reaoh 50,000. Forty Theasaad Soldiers tad Widows or 1812. A Washington telogram says : The commissioner of pensions estimates that there are at least forty thousand people, ol tiers and widows of the war of 1812, who will be entitled to pensions under tbo net of Febuary 14tb, 1871. This number will requiro the sum of four m...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 17 August 1871

THE HERALD. COUNTY OFFICEIW. Circuit CUtk .WH. Woumt. f B. T. iaoaA. WtLSO. , Mahtik. ...8. R. J0LtT. ,...P. O.Cam. ....Fain. Wwo. I M. D. L. Vcaotta So. Win. f B. T. I J A. K ' 3oanty Court Jaitlcet. frobito Jadgej. Ciunty Clerk 6'ierlff Deputy BkerMfi Treasurer Aa.ea.or , B" M""' Public AamlUtrtor B. 0. Sittok. rn.w Barren 0- Downiito fl.vt ir.ml.iloner W.8. Pix:otoii imiIIRTI IN MNCOLN COUNTY. CiacvtT Coom Third Mondayt In Maroh and September. Coutt Cocst Second Mondays in February May, Auguit end November. Poit Cocbt Second Mondeya In January April, Jnly nd October. people thereby rcllovod of tlio Inx to talio the 4300,000 and tho interest thereon, Lttaer ux payer banded in romorjatranco to thia petition, and the poinits ware argued by F. T. Williams, Eiq , for the petition and Henry Qulglcy, Etq., for the remonstrance, (several oi tha oiticens of the county also spoke, aomo in favor of the petition, and libera against the removal of Dr. Waddy or any chango in the railroad direc...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 17 August 1871

Children's Department. vkdi-r run nrcucLoriiEs. I woald give to much now If I'd only Obeyed dear mamma, and out read That horrible ghott itory. flrnclous) Ho atrange It runt In my head I I've crept (own under Ihe bed clothes; I'm trjlng hnrd ni I can To cere not a bit for tUo darkness, But Just go to tlcep like a man. The story was nonsense I'm certain Such thing never happen oh, no) How queer that I shouldn't bcllovo It And yet thoull ho shivering to I I've counted a hundred and fifty, But (hat doein't alter my fright ; I'd rather haro lots of sound whippings Than pais through another such night. Of course I descrvo to feel frightened , Mamma was so careful to lay, "Remember, don't touch this hook, Johnny," The morning tbe.put It away. And then, liko a had, (Illy fellow, I read It nil thiough on tho sly, forgetting what Ood did to Atliim When A dlsoboycd, by the bye. suite'vtOa tT "How did jour wristbands suit you, Frank?" said Fanny Grey to her brother Frank, a young man just homo...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 24 August 1871

PUBLISHED SVKttI THURSDAY riIEO. DrpIgHER. v l.0 A Y E A-fcI N'A 8 V A'N fj E. bincilc copikh pive cents. A'I'TOlt N EV, AT I.AW- Ti,oyJ,"Iiisoixrij Y17ILL promptly allend ""to legal business. VV Special attention given to Collecting. .d.Qa Wltb1.J.(B.,.AJIcn, In the old P. 0 frnlithgiu it It' j""' vn2yt Dr..liVW. BIRKIIEAD, :s utitihE 0N tfE N T IS T, iiarAlracf W ithout Pain. M7I3 prepare the NITR0U3 OXIDE OAS, VV -and idpilnttler.lt wlthunt few of any ill effect afterward. The gas l pleasant to brcatho 'and entirely harmless. Teelh Inserted and all tnanoer of Dental work attended to. ST -Office with Drs. Uult Ji Bourland, corner Second and Cherry itrcets. vBn2flpl R. W. COBB, HOUSE 8N3N ' ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, ralueivlazler- and raner-Hanser. Shop Over Dr. Etui' ATeje Drvg-Slor, nt6v6 TROY, MlSMlUlll. n. K. MckMilX V, M. D., 1M1YSU IAN AND SUHGUON, Troy, jVIistsouri. Offico at M. 8. Bollinger's Drug Store H. C. BIAGRITDER, ATTORNE AT LAW, CAP-AIMS RIS, MISSOURI. Vill practice in th...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 24 August 1871

THE HERALD. T10Y, MO.. AUGUST 14, 1871. THOSE IRON LEASES" A6AIN. The Troy Dupatch, The Si. Loin Journal of Commerce and Some of the Lrttjrt vox Indignant. They Hue fir lirp the Wllltw. Cobb one, tome all, this Iron thill fly Vrtm lit Brae base as soon as I, COURTESY" IS THE WORD. The cloud lower about our devoted bead. Six Richmond! take the field; and all beeauee duty prompted n to issue "a word of warning" to men owning min eral landa in this county. We will at tempt to meet eaoh abaft in the spirit with which it ii hurled against us, keeping in viow the interest of our readers and the eiticens at large of the oounty. In do ing tbia wd disclaim any intention of spite or malice, meeting every charge kindly but firmly. , THE TROY DISPATCH, In the first place we will notice the attack of the DUpatch, which thceditor says is prompted by tho questions pro pounded htm in tho last paragraph of our article oi me ivw mat. ue regrets uiai we saw proper to ask thoie questions, says that ho ...

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