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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 24 August 1871

C.C. T HE HERALD. COUNTY OFFICER. Olrealt Clerk Wat. Cotasar. 8. T.imui. co,t l?robat Jndge 8- oxLT. Scanty Cl.rk C. Case. atrS FasD.Wwo. 'Dspety ShttMTi........""".. t 0- ty,0 Treasurer -w. J- K. Casxok. Assessor .'.Eujab Mtxai. I V.bllo Aduilolitrator... ......... .K. 0. Sitton. County Surveyor J- 0' Oowkiko. B.h..ol Cotdtorsslonor W.8. PiHH:ato!i County il. f Cart in r.l.tieu to ,he p.tHloa SVJZ: of the "eititoni and tax payers' ofXbo hoase touu J' ai of bis friend it New Orleans. The Republican says that "when a conrmtteo of the duly elected delegates to the voovonlion, consisting ofMosssrs. W.-R. Fish, Uuith J. Camp bell and Henry 0. Dibble, waited on coanty Foe the removal of Commissioner Waddy! j In'the matter of the St. Louis and Keo-i railroad: i i.i i - -i . - . 1. 1 - n,.t !. i no cause Buuiuiuiu iu mm uuun wi ... . , , , t . ' Petition presented b, John C. Downing, . rM.K"a,T T -i . . . . . . D' '(tntivAntinn. tin liAtnilfJrl tn them ihA tvlinlA 'programme exactly as it ...

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. — 24 August 1871

vCkridreiTs Department. EAR MARKS. 1'weirt with tho farmer ono morning, oat on tho great preen prairie, end in Terjr direction I, ew ibe herd of yoang cattle feeding. So mo of them wcro very any, and tome did not iconi to mind us if 'oil SomotI meg a' drove of voting tioraoi would lift their slender heads and fooff at us, and then go ocourin;; away -into the ditaoco ; or the sleek cows would Ja'at look at ua out of their liquid cjes, and then go on quietly feeding. Tlioro were thousands of sheop, and I wondered how the owners would ever know their own when I trey brought them into the folda in winter. 0,"-8aid tho farmer, "I have my ear aarka on them. We used to mark in "vory awkward ways; but I can toll my sheep now all over tho country, and thoy oovor" got rid of the mark." "Never get rid of the mark V 1 said It to myself, as I saw noma boya in the city, to day, standing around tho door of -a low saloon. Somebody was putting a umk upon them. You could sue it already in their'facos...

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. — 31 August 1871

Tho Lincoln County Herald LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TMKM fjy ADVBKTlBlrfSj, One Square r,101lnee)orleBi,one!nrMl!oB,,,$l to . Each additional Insertion. Administrators' Nolle .,, ,e Final Settlement Notices .......f Stray Notices (slngleltray) , I Ot Each additional stray. In same notice......... 1 0, J&r A Liberal Deduction will be mads t, yearly advertisers. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY IIIEO. dI pIBHER. 6i.oo a yea;ijn advance. VOL. 6, TROY, MO,, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1871. JINGLE COPIES FIVES CENTS. NO. 35. ATTORNEY AT I-AW, Troy, Missouri, 17ILL promptly attend to legal business. Special attention glren to Collecting. mm- OIBos with J. B. Allen, In the old P. 0. 'building. von29yl Dr. W. W. BIRKHEAD, 43 UBE0,N DENT 18 T, TROY, 2UIO TeeJh Extracted Without Pain. Viy'tf prepare the NITROUS OXIDE OAS, VV and admlnliter It without fear of any ill "effect afterward. The f ai irpleaiant'to breathe "and entirely harmless. Teeth Inserted and all 'manner of Dental Work attended to. Offlce w...

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. — 31 August 1871

4 hbjssmswws. .'M.-.i.ar.TMm,ri THE HERALD. TROY, MO.. AUGlsr 91, 1871. The yellow fever Seath Carol in. ( la Charleston, Tad cholera U raging ia parts of Ea ropt, and will frrobalily reach the United State aeat aantmer. Hod. D. L. Caldwell has Uken charge of the Pike County Post, established a few weeks since. The race horse Xongfellow was beaten by Helmbold at the Saratogo raoes last week, and almost broke his old master's Aesrt. Mr. Harper had previously been offered sltty thousand dollars for him. railroad aoeident oeeured near Bos ton o the 26th. The express train run Into the aooommodation. Twenty one passengers wore killed aatright and forty or fifty more wounded. It ia aaid that Horseo Qreeley has sur rendered to Grant, and will support him if nominated. Is this true ; and what aajMbatfwOfork Snn.of iu ''rat and 'good Useful H. Qreeley of Texas and New York?" a Arrests wore made in New York city on the 26th of a gang of swindlers. The premises were flooded with circulars of ...

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. — 31 August 1871

THE HERALD. COUMTY OPFICERH. W..II CUtk W. CotIT. Oounty Court ustlccs.,. Iprobito Judge..... 'County (Sink 1)epatj Sheriffs ' 'Treasurer ..., Assessor '' Tnblio Adtalnlitrator Count; Surveyor Bohool Commissioners... . 8. T. iHOiitf. A. K Wimok. 0. W. Mautik. 8. B. Jioxitr, ......... V 0. Case. Fmd. WlKO. ( M. D. L. V annua, .)C. WlKO. ...J. K. CiKKON. ..."Elijah Mtiui. ...K. 0. SiTtoir. ....J. 0- Dowxiiiq. W.S. Pehhihgtoh WllirtWS WeW HIIUIBS' isseii. p j VIRTUE and authority of special em. We hate made frequent mention of Resolutions of respect to the memory or x eution issued from the office of the clerk of !. k. rut J.- .1. .. uen. iema oiewan, iiu i, mo um- h, circuit court, oi mn.oin thie "bolldiog as ite structure in pro- the tfanhn of Chrii,( ltJrn.bl(1 t0 lh(1 September term of m of ..id gresstog. it is now ias. mpprou.U5 held at Troy, Mo oompletion, ana nr. wunrow expect w ocoopy it in aboat two weeki. From the street, tbe building, in oon- junotlon with Out of Dr. Hutt &a...

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. — 31 August 1871

Children's Department. . m l- n 11 1 1 1 1, a-.. . , " WON PA NY MANNERS ywni fliix jwta. lWtl you pleaw-ek down and wait a tfe Momenta till mother oomes?" said a in. I- ..ii' . . Iittlogirl to two ladies, who catno lo see Bier mother." I 'fAttd will yon give mo a glue of xatsr, Martha?" aikcd 000 of tho QadUa; "lam very tbrl.ty." 4With pleasure," atmrercd Martha, llartha nretentlv ciina hick with two ;g)aiea of. water on a email waiter, which he passed lo both ladiee. ' 4 0, thank you," raid tho other lady j Jyou im vary thoughtful," "You are quits weloomo," aaid Martha, very aweetly. When Martha went out of the room one of the ladies sat J, "This little girl is one of the 4est I hare ever met. How sweet and obliging Iter manners are. It must be delightful to kftro with suoh a child." Xet ua go into the nest room and see. Nartba took tho waiter into tho next room. "Mo drink I me drink :" cried little Bobby, oatohing hold of his sisters dress and screwing up his rony lips. "Get OUt....

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. — 7 September 1871

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS OP ADVERTiatWG.- Ons Square (10.llms)arli.saelntrtlQ,..it s Each additional Insertion., ....... 71 Administrators' Notices $ Ot Final Settlement Notices. ,. f Ot Stray Notices (single stray) a Us $I.OO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. SINGLE COP1BS FIVI3 CENTH. Each additional stray In same notice......... 1 Ot VOL. 6. . TROY, MO., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1871 . NO. 36. par A Liberal Deduction will t Made Ml yearly advertisers. Tlio Lincoln County Herald I'UDLldllED EVERY THURSDAY rriEO. d'Jfisher. T. J. W B B B,. ATTOItNEY AT LAW, Troy- Missouri, hli , promptly attend to legal business. Special attention (Iron to Collecting. aOffloe with i. B. Allen, ia the old P. 0 a-. V8n2yl J. C. GOODRICH. W W. BIRKHEAD GOODRICH & III RK HEAD, DENTISTS, TROY, MISSOURI. Bit. BIRKHEAD will bt In the office all tho time. Dr. UOODRICIt will only be here from time to time, due notice of which will b lven. Qas for the PAINLESS extraction of -teeth administered at all tlinei bjr Dr. B...

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. — 7 September 1871

THE HERALD. 4910Y, Mft., 6EPTEMBEK , Wi tt. Eag4M Jtrt4,'ie of fht most tnicctvsful jeweliirs'of St. Lauit, 4iod if) iht city oa th 6th lost, aftci a ilfncss ftifil dQJfl. The Msrysville (U.) TrlbunS n ex '4remeljr Radical exchange, comt to us thit weeketilarged and beautiied. With iho -numbor before at it 'Commences tti twenty-third volume. Steps are being taken to induce Presi dent Grunt to deolare martial law hi South Carolina. "Barkis is willio'," if lie can be assured that such proceedings 'will not interfere with bis re-nomination 'The citizens -of -Cass county have or ganized a .protective uion association. Its first object it to protect tho citizens of the -county from tho imposition of illegal md oppressive taxes, and scpond, to labor for tho abolishment ot tbo present system of couuty courts in this stato. It is ascertained that Missouri has iron in Gi ooutrties. lead in 43, coal in 30,. eoppw in 21, 'marbfo "In II, ztno-in 27, Cro clay ia 1G, baryte in 10, nickel in 6, be...

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. — 7 September 1871

THE HEKALD. COtr.ViV '.'irealt Clefk 'irr. cr.it .vi. CoJ-biiit. fS. T. iSOUAM. i A. K ftlLo. a. w. miitin. S. K. J.OILEV. iounttf Cjurt .Tuslcs 'piultU Jtt Cjuuty Clerk F. C. Cslilt. 'SicrliT Deputy Sheriffs Treasurer Jeii.D, Wlsu. M. 1). L. VtBDUc. C. WlNO. J. K. Cankon. Elijah Mters. ,E. 0. Sino lAii'or l'ubllc Administrator. County Surveyor reboot Commissioner J. C1 Dowxixa. .W.S.ffmN.KOTOH t'OIJUTM Iff LINCOLN COt'NTV. 'Weill Cocrt Third Mondays lu March and September. , TijUXIT Cucnr Second Mondays In February May, August nnd November. , 'yi.uiuft Mem-Second Mondsys In January, April, July and October. IMISTAI. AltRANtSKMUVrk. . iiruinft-ntj np 1IA1LM. 'r Wcnlivillc, dally(cj.ceptSunday)at t.OOr.Ji. " r.oit Braiieb, Monday 7. :10a.m. ,0, Auburn, Tucs., Thurs., Sot 8.00 Ashley, Wcd'r.eday and Saturday. ..8.00 High tt til and Tntxtou, Friday, 7.00 Cup-nu-(lri, Saturdays ".30 '1 ho molls oloso at 0 o'clock on tho evening 'rcvlous to their doparluica. 1 ItlllV 'f"JVrnn'WcJtivlllod...

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. — 7 September 1871

Children's Department. MOTHERS KISS. uewgc mown wanted to go tone -whore, and kiVmollicrr was uot willing. Ha tried to argue the matter. When that would not do, ho apoke roughly, and went off slamming the door behind him. I Instead of saying "I should really like to (jo, bat if you cannot give your con sent, dear mother, I will try to do my beat to bo -content to stay," instead of saying and feeling so, ho behaved in tho way which I havo described, just as too many boya do. Goorge was -fourteen, nd with fourteen years experience of one of the best of mother?, one would have thought better of him. But ho was fcoy. What oan you expoct of boys? So say somo people. Stop; hear more. That night George found thorns in his pillow. He could not fix it any way to go to sleep on. U turned and lasted, and he shook and patted it, but not a wink of sleep fur him,' '1 he thorns kept pricking. They wero the rogry words he spoke to bis mother. "My dear mother, who deserves nothing but liiodnesa and ...

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. — 14 September 1871

I Tho Lincoln County Herald VUI1LIS1IED EVHHT THURSDAY. BT J l COUNTY HERALD. TUMMS-aaV ADVERIiatNC One Square (10 lines) or ress, one Insertion. ..11 SV llach additional Insertion. .... th Administrators' Notices, i S -OS Final Settlement Notices.. i OS- I.O A YEAR IN ADVANCE. IN1LB COPIED VIVE CENTS Stray Notices (single stray) 3 t VOL, 6. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, SEPTi JVIl'ER 14, 187. bneh additional stray In aie notice I 00 ptr A Liberal Deduction will bt made NO. 37. yearly advertisers. INCOL 11. W. WHEELER, Attorney at Law anil Notary Public, new 11011:, no. r I I.L attend to any prnfe-slonal Luilkess In the Courts f Lincoln. Warren, Pike and Montgomery counties. eep7'71a38yl GEO L.. COL LIE R PR4TOURAIER. TROY, aISSOTJTtl. (IALLERY SOUTH OF HALLINUKU'S d.;uo STORK. f holograph Albums and Picture Framct For Sato at Lowest Prices. ,r.O- Call and look at tny (i.tttlrl s. eep7n36 T . J . WEBB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, Missouri, ILL promptly attend to legal business. Special attention ...

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. — 14 September 1871

4 THE HKKALD. MO- SEffKMBHK If 1871 flit- ftw rk Swiinllc tVtteere of lalo tho Doinocmtio jout 'Mali of tho country "peak of the corrup tion of the present administration, to hide eVeir Hhame Republican papers and ora tors flaunt in their faces tho coiruption in the so-called Domoornlio city gov ernment of New York na if that vrns anything to comparo with the enor mous swindles thut havo been perpe trated in tho narao of government, or as if when tho two wrongs are hrought fuco to face, the ono will counterbalance the other. Two wrongs never did mako a right. Tho corruption of tho Tammany ring of New York has been as much con denned by the Democracy of the country, whose desire is an mcorruptiblo manage ment of all public affairs, as it has been Ij tin Republicans, and to day the hon est Democrats of that city aro doing as much, if not more, to expose tho frauds as their opponents. Tho parties impli cated are daily losing confidence and Vr tirinoino tn lieht their worse than prodiga...

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. — 14 September 1871

THE HERALD, Wm.CoI.bcrt. Imjiiam. '.Irewit Clurk bounty Court Justices. roljt Sudgo .... Ciunty Clork i lerlu" f S. T. Imiiu iA. K WtLSO.V. C. W. -Mautix. ,S. It. J.'dii.ky, ,...F. C. ClKK. Faun. Wtso. j-iiotiir WlMlj 'frcosuror Asof ubllo Administrator t'uttrt'.y Surveyor bc'uuul Commissioner. J. K. 'Cannon. .Elijah Mtkhs. ,.13. 0. StTTON. J. 0' DoWNISO. .W.8. l'KIUCSUTO.N CMIItT t I.lXCOl.N COUNTY. tlucilT Col'BT Third Mondays in Slnrcli and September. iiiuhtv CoCRT Second Mondnya In February May, August nnii November. I'bobstk Covbt ScconJ Mondy In January, Ap rll, July and October. I'IMT.1, AIIRANCSUMISftTS. DKPAIlTt'llKd or MAILS. orWcnlsvllle, dally (except Sunday) at l.OOr.M. Lost Branch, Monday 7.30a.m. Aiiturn, Tuos., Thurs., Snt 8.00 Ashloy, Wodnosdny and Saturday ...8.00 1llgh IU1I and Truxtou, Friday 7.00 Can-nu-Urls, Saturday 7.30 'lliciu.iils closo nt U o'clock ou tho evening Tcvlous to their departures. AI1BIVALS. ' WK.ilTftlloilaUvIvxeotit Sunday) 5.00 p. M Lost llrn...

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. — 14 September 1871

Children's Department MR, KANNITVEliSTAlir. FP.OM THE (IKnUAtf. tVluris you do not know that in-Get-many, when a boy lias mastered a trade, ho pcoda a certain timo in trawling about from town to town, and looming t each place omotbing mora about bis buaineaa. He-need not have much money to do this ; every one feola bound to help auoh traveler, either with food, or ahel ter, or a few penoe it is the custom of the land. So it oame about that little German boy found himself one day in tho streets of Amsterdam, looking in wonder at the busy people, tho splendid houses and the great ships. One houso in particular truck him, it was so large and magnifi cent, with six chimneys in the roof, its bay windows, and its handsome stone work. Ha oonld not resist asking a passer-by about it. "tiood friend," said be, "can you tell no the name of the gentleman who owns the beautiful house with flowers in the window?" Now this man understood exactly aa muoh of German aa our little traveler did of Dutc...

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. — 21 September 1871

The Lincoln County Herald fUDLISIIKl) aVEUY TKHItSDA ,. A- VEAR tW ADVANCE. II. wl W11JEEL.ER, Attorney at Law aid Notary I'ablle, VA UOPK, MO. ' WILL iittond to any profe-ilona! business In tht Courts uf Lincoln, Warren, Piko and -tfonla-oniory counllci. p7'lln36jrt GEO. Ii. COLLIER, PUOTOfiRAPKR, TROY, MISSOURI. "VlALLEltY SOUTH OF DALLINUKR'S d:;uo store. Photograph Album and Picture Frames For Sale at Lowost l'rlcos. ;- Call and look at my pictures. sq7n36 T. J. WEBB) ATTOKNEY AT LAW, Troy, JYEissoviri, promptly attend to legal business. Special attention given to Collecting, atir Otucc with J. D. Allen, In tho old P. 0. Wldlnr. vn29yl j.c.aoounicii. w. w. birkuead c.ooDiuel.1 &, hiiikiii:ai, DENTISTS, TROY, MISSOURI. TVl. niRKUEAD will bs In the otlleo all tho U time. Dr. UOODRICII will only be here from time to time, due notice of which will bo liven. Uas for the PAINLESS extraction of (nth administered at all tlmci by JJr. Birkhead August .11, 1871. v0n26l R. W. COBBs HOU...

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. — 21 September 1871

THIy. HERALD, IRttY, MO.. SEMEMBKR 21, 1871. ft O60.0U0 defalcator, is reported In thi l"hila(jclpliin.uiint. Next. "Sha Tammany war in Now York gdes ftravely ou. .Tho eouujry aaxiouji tiwaits ibt tcsult. "Away dcown in Maine" the IKpubli can candidate for governor' was oleclol last week by about 10,o6o majority., Nobody is surprised. A soldier of the war of 18l2, Mr. Francis Krwio, Jong a resident of Perry county, died at his rcsidonco, in St, Mary's township, Inst weok. ' ' ( The Sedalia Democrat hoists the names of S. 1'. Uhaso for President, and H. lirati Drown for Vico I'resident, witli Itio remark that "there is a ticket that can win. T ho United States snproaio courtwill tucet the 16th of October! The docket contains a largo 'number of cases, 'the most important of which is'.that affection (ho constitutionality ,of tho income tux which will bo arguod at an early day. Jtadi!C3.il.lll6lislr,rw no rnoctnm tho decrease. -The'two last arc Superintend cnt Morton of tho money order ...

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. — 21 September 1871

THE HERALD COW NT y Clwall Her 4 2oly Cosvt Justices. Ifimbtto Judfjo Vfu. CotnEa?. (S. T. iKORitt. i A. K Wtl.soN. lc. V. Maiitin. it. H. .Voxlit, 9. C. CtS. v..fEItO.VlNO. (M.l). li. VttDltn. 5 a WlXd. Gaunt? Clcrlt C'lorlff ... Dopaty ShoilITs Vwsiiuror K. Cs;oN. Assessor... Elijau Myers. ,3. 0. Sittu, Fubllc Administrator.. Count; Surveyor Echtol CorJmlssloncf., J. C- Dowmxo. ...W.S.l'lKX.KGTOiC COURTS IN LINCOLN COUNTY. Circuit Coort Third Mondays In March and September. Joi'KTV Court Second Mondays In February May, August and November. Prorate Court Second Mondays In January, April, July and October. POSTAL AHltANtiKMI-.MM. BErARTURKS or MAILS. orWenttvlllc, dally cxec)t Sunday) at l.OOr.N. Lost Branch, Monday 7.S0A.U. Auburn, Tuos., Thurs., Sat S.UU .Asliloy, Wcdncuday and Saturday. ..8.00 High UUl and Truxton, Friday, 7.00 Cap-au-flrls, Saturdayd 7.30 The molls closo at 'J o'clock on tho evening rcvlous to their departures. ARRIVALS. IV mm Wc.itsvllledally(Hxoo))t Sunday) 5....

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. — 21 September 1871

ChiMreft-s Department JIADIV. LtistcH tbi children o story. It is ni old story, for T bcud it Iojir apo. Here H ft. There was lacy nan, aittl he ned to bant deor and turkoya eomu tiroo. One aotaing Mr. II.) for thai tas his nam, went ont to huat. On n hillside not far from a crcok, ha found little owl in t liollow stump. Tho owl was One of those that scream of a night at if they wcro raady to frcczo. Tho hunter thoaht alio liulo fellow footed mck tUcro in th'o hollow, so ho took him Hp to look at htm. The owl did not seem' wild at all, but stood on Mr. II ' wand. After a littlo time tho owl fmt cm of his fcol on tho forcfinor of the sSuntef, and grasped it so closely thnt the claws kvo die hunter no little pain So bo put his oilier baud to work to loose tho aching finger. Dut as ho did fo the owl clasped his otiio1forcfiiij;cr witti his romaining foot and held the man fust How tho inao ever got looso I 4o not remember to have heard. Now was not t'lit u curious sight, a large, strong...

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. — 28 September 1871

Tho Lincoln County Herald fUBMSUKB EVERY TUUBSDAT !Ti-ze:o. dIfisrsu. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS Of ADVKHTIHING. One Square (10 Unci) or less, one Insertion. ..$1 (4 Each additional Insertion. - 74 Administrators' Kottce OD Final Settlement Notices 3 00 Stray Notices (single stray) 3 t Each additional stray In same notice 1 Oil tO- A Liberal !otuctlo iSill fee rde l VOL.. 6. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1871 NO. 39. yearly advertisers. U.IA YEAR 'IN ADVANfift. sjmui.k crEH Kiv.rc cisnvs. B. W. WHEELER MtarMy ai Law and Molar Public, KIIIW HOPE, MO. WILL attend to any profe"slosat bs;ltej In lh Courts uf Lincoln, Warren, Pitt ad Montgomery eounllet. RO Ii. COLLIER PHOTOttttAPER, TJEtOY, IVIISSOXJTII. (MLLERY SOUTH OF DALLINORk'S DHUU STORK. holograph Albnm$ and Picture Fratnct For Sale at Lowest Trices. fjir Call and look at my pictures. (fi7n35 T . J ' WEBB, ATTORN 13V AT E.AW, Troy, XisMouii, , ILL promptly attend to legal business. V Special attention given to Collecting. ...

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. — 28 September 1871

THE HERALD. IBOY, MO... SEPTEMBER 28, 1871, Col. Clark II. Orccn, editor of tho Macon (.Mo ) 'I Imc, died on tlio night of the 18lb iutt., of paralysis. Tha surviving soldiers or tho war or 1812 laoetnt Lexington, Kjr., on Oc tober 5th: the anniverssry of tho battlo f tho flumes. Evo, Treasurer (wo bcltevo) of tbo State of Pennsylvania, rbtad the State of $291,014,44, sod the assistant Attor-noy-GeneralJos. W,. McClurg, diaeoverod tha theft. McClurg has been removed and Kvaoa is a Iran. Tfcey nro both Radicals. ' We may eipoet to see some Ices howl ing in the lladical papora over the Tern many frauds, since it is quito clear tho Republican party ia not altogther clear ia the matter. Dishonest Democrats at d good-standing Republicans- can get up pretty large steal when they put their beads together, "don't they?" Since the Radicals have been raising such a howl about the Tammany frauds, there soema to h a. lfrtla thieving .in their own party. Evans of Pennsylvania over 8200,000; Ilod...

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