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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 11 January 1872

THE HERALD, COUNTV OPFICEHS. Clroult Cltrk Wh. CoiHtBT. S. T. Ikoiau. A. It Witsoit. C. W. Maiitin. robto Judg S. H.J;oxtEV, Ojunty ClcrU , F C. Ckk. .sheriff FBrn.Wixo. M (j VeRI)IM Deputy Sheriffs q, Wimq, Treasurer ' '' Caxxon. ,usor Elijah Mtkri. Public Administrator K. 0. Smox. County Surveyor J- 0- Dowsisa. School Commissioner W.S. Vkss.i:owm COUHTH IN "LINCOLN COUNTY. "Circuit Count Third Mondays In March and September. Jouniy CocnT Second Mondays In February May, August and November. )",.'R0BiTB Court Second Mondays In January, -April, July and October. ! POST A 1", Alt HANC! KM E NTS. WCPAttTURKB OP MAILS. orWcntivllIo, dally (except Sunday) at I. 00p.m. Lost ltranch, Monday 7.30a. Louisiana via Auburn, Mon., Wcdnos., Friday, 8- .Ashley, Wcdnosdny and Saturday. ..8.00 High Hill andTruxton, Friday, 7.00 Cap-nu-Urls, Saturdays 7..10 'The malls close at 9 o'clock on the ovenlng 'revlous to their departures. ARRIVALS. from Wo.itiTl1lodally(nxccpt Sunday) 5.00 p Lost Uranch, Mou...

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. — 11 January 1872

IjITTTjE folks. " Tkt LUtIc Cliij ore AVnirst iht Jtmrtl" Old Woodcbopper. WHAT BECAME OF THE U01 LAGE, 114 it not rained that day it never would have happened ; but before Tommy had half Gniahcd hia breakfast Uncle Jim got up and nnlkcd to the front win dow and remarked that it ts "raining cata and dogs." ' Tommy looked up with hia mouth full of bread and butter to see if Undo Jim was really in earnest ; but as ho looked perfectly Bobcr ho immediately scramble! down from his chair and rushed to the window, expecting to see shower of black and white kittens with a smart sprinkling of curly dogs. What he really saw waaa, muddy river rushing along through tho gutter ; two men, with tin pails and short pipcsjtramping down the street ; and a lusorahle looking dog, with a bone in his mouth, picking his war through tho mud. Ho looked as if lie might have rained down; but Tommy knew ho didn't, becauso he knew whero he lived up th alley, and he had often seen him sneaking round tho back doo...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 18 January 1872

The Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED JiVJtRY THUn8DAT TJKEO. J. FISHER,. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS Otf ADVERTIHI JtO Ont Square (10 lines) or less, one Intnthrn.ft tt Etch additional Insertion, ti u.i. .-I, 7t Administrators' Notlcesu mi..i.....u... 3 OS Filial 8ettttmettt Itbtlcss..u... I S Ot Stray If otlces (single stray) .l.:..i I M Hash additional I tray Insane notice...'....'. T Ott fAr A Liberal Deduction will ba, tnaae, ttt Cracker parties are the thing how. Who'll inaugurate a bread ctamb festival 1 Over six thousand million plbl aro used in the United States esoh yesr. "Home," says some one, "means a meerohaum pipo, a lady's work-box, a VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 187. NO. 3. $1.00 A YEA 1 IN ADVANCE SINGLE COME P1VE CENTS. CHAS. MARTIN Jr., ATTORNE AT LAW, TROY, MISSOURI, f IIiL practice Id all the Court! of the Third VV Judicial District. Special attention given Ho the collection of debti. TnS9 B. W. WHEELER, 'Attorney at Law and Notary Public NEW HOPE, MO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 18 January 1872

lUpublican uational committee t at Washington-- lb 11th ioit., and -aid, to hold tba presidential nomina ting eouvtntion of that party at Phtdel hia, m tha Irit Wednesday in Jun DIZt. THE HERALD. TROT, HO.. JANUARY 18, 1872. Tk State Board of Educatioo baa ppointai Chirk Btckington of St Cbarlaa an attorney io achuol land and fund business for tha Ninth district, rice Judge T. J. C. Fapg reaignad. The Cuban qutation baa not yet come before the committee on foreign affairs, except incidentally in a proposition aa to what day aball bo aet for ita final consul eration. Even that was not decided. The members of the commission do not fear that there ia any ground for troublos with Spain at present, if at all. The Kadicils of Louisiana are in a great muddle. Tiro factiona claiming to be the Legislature, the Governor em ploying polioemen and militia, and even Demooraiio citiiona olamoring for Grant to place the state under martial law. It must be a bad disease tliaViequlros such a remedy. ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 18 January 1872

THE HERALD. COUNTY (m'1012118. . ttltoalt Olctk Wm. Coliikt. 8, T. Inonm. A. K WILKIN. 0. V. MiHTIN. Frotato Jadg U. J.OXLM. flinty Olork v F. C.Csm. aarlQ- Fd. Wmo. . flt is, f M. D. L. Vihdub. Dayuty Bhetlft Ci Wi0, Iraaaurer J. K. Oaknox. Asaassor EUJu Mtibi. Publlo Administrator E. 0. StTiort. Coanty 8'rryor J. C- Dowmso. Sohool-Coinmlialoner W.S. 1'ixn.nqton COURTS IN tlNCOLN COUNTY. CiacuiT CovaT Third Mondays Id March aud September. County Count Second Mondaya In Fobruary May, August and November. CaoiiTl CocaT Second Mondaya Id January, fcprll, July and Ootober. POSTAL AHHANCSIiMENTB. oarAKiDBKii or uiita. arWeotirllle, dally (exceptSunday)at l.OUr.M. Loit Branoh, Monday. 7.30a. u Louisiana via Auburn, Mod., Wednes., Friday, 8.00 Asbley, Wednesday and Saturday ...8.00 Ulgh lllll andTruxtou, Friday 7.00 Cap-au-Orls, Saturdaya ....7.31) The molla cloio at V o'oloek on the cronlug nrloui to their departures. ABRITALa Prom We jtiTilledally'-xceptBunday) 5.00 r. u Loat Branch, Mo...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 18 January 1872

"Tkt .! Chiyi art Xtartit lU llrarlt" Old Woodchorpar. A TRUE HERO. A boy about nine ycra oU was bath iog one day, when, by eomo miichancc, be got into deep water ond began to ink. HI elder brother saw him and ria to mft him, but lacking strength or skill, h 1so tank to tho bottom of the rim. At th two drowning brothers roio to tho sarftco for tht last time they mw third brother, the youngest of tho family, running down tho bank for tho purpose of trying to savo them. Then it was that tho dying nine year old acted the part of a hero. Struggling as he was with death, ho galhord all his strength, and cried to the brother on the ahore. "Don't como in, or father will lose all his boys nt once !" Noblo little fellow I Though dying, he forgot himself, and thought only of his fathers's grief. Ho was a genuine hero. His brother obeyed his dying command, and was spared to comfort bis father when his two dead sons wcro taken from the river claxped in each other's arms. Uoys you are not called...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 25 January 1872

TEIIM8 OI' ADVElfrifUNt:. One Square (10 llnca)or leu, one Insertion. ..$1 10 Kach additional Insertion 76 Administrators' Notices it On Finn) Settlement Notice 3 00 Stray Notice (ilnglo stray) 00 Kach additional lrnjr in same notice i.. 1 00 pir A Liberal deduction will be mado to yearly advertisers. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. SI.OO A YEAR IN ADVANCE UNCLE COPIES 1'IVE CUNTS. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1872. NO. 4. Tho tincoln County Herald rUniilSHED HVKBY THURSDAY nr THEQ. 13. FIHEIi. CIIAS. MARTIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TROY, MISSOURI, WIIiL practice In all tho Courts of tho Third Judicial Dlttriot. Special attention given to the collection of dobti. v0n3V B. W. WHEELER, Attorney at Law ami Notary Public, NEW HOPE, MO. w TLli attend to any prnfe-slonal bush.caa In the Courta of Lincoln. Warren, Piko and Montgomery eountlci. op7'7lB30yl GKO. I,. COLLIE Il PIIOTOGRAPER, TH-O-y, MISSOURI. GALLERY SOUTH 01' BALLINOER'S I) RU(1 STORK. Photograph Album and l'iclure Frames ForSalo...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 25 January 1872

THE HERALD. TROY, HO., JANUARY 25, 1872. Tke Proptsed R&llroad Bill, Mention waa made laat week in our legislative culling that a bill had been introduced for tb consideration of tbat body authorizing the itiuing of twenty millions worth of bonds to aid in the con atruction of all railroad now projected or tbat may hereafter be constructed. When these roads will hare surveyed, located, graded, ironed and put tho roll ing. stock upon tho same, for every ten nilea so completed the state is to pay them 97,600 per mile, and in considers lion thereof is to receive two per cent, of tbe annual groas earnings of the roads The stato to hold a first lion on tbe roads for the prompt paymoot of tho two per cent., and in case of their failure to pay tbe Governor to ttizt the roads and their rolling stock and soil them publicly at Jefferson City ; the state to have the right to-regulate tbe rate of passage and freight, and to tax them as may be regu latcd by law. It also proposes to pro hibit...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 25 January 1872

THE HERALD. CCHJNTV OI'FICEHS. ClfSllU Oteric COLDSBT. B. T. Tkobam. A. K WILIOIT. 0. W. JKAItMK. ProWo iftd B. R. Aoxur. CxMit Clerk y P. 0,0m, Sheriff Jmd.Wino. i?iJo.V4DU- 'Treasurer J- K. Cinko. Assessor EliJ4 Mtsos. Public Administrator E. 0. Bitton. bounty Surveyor J- C Dowm.io. School Commissioner W.S. PsxxiNOTOfi COURTS IN LINCOLN COUNTY. ClKCt.IT CouaT Third Mondays In March and Septembor. Socktt Cocrt Seoond Mondayi In February May, Augmt and November. PaoaiTi Court Second Mondayi In January, -April, July and October. POSTAL AIUIANGEMENTS. DSPABTCEKfl Of MAILS. .orWentivllle, dally (except Sunday) at t.OOr.M. Xoit Branch, Monday 7. 30a.m. .Louisiana via Auburn, Mon., Wednes., Friday 8.00 Aahloy, Wednesday and Saturday ...8.00 High tllll and Truxton, Friday 7.00 Cap-au-Orls, Saturday 7.30 The mailt oloae at 8 o'clock on tha evening revloua to their departure!. AHBIVALS. From Wis.ilxTllledally(xcept Sunday) 6,00 r. u Lost Orancti, Monday! a-aa .Louisiana via Auburn, Tuos., T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 25 January 1872

IjITTIB polks. "The Unit Cklpt tire A'irrt ( Heart I" Old Wnodchoppor. TUE STORY OF A GIANT. J1Y Hi v. ic. "Sy girls, I hove fontid Suob n. aplon did story about n big giant, and what's more, it' lino too I" esclsHmcd little Paettie, na alio ran into tho nursery, where Ella, Susio, and Dlancho wero busy with their dolls and plaything. "Such n splendid story." "In that pretty book you have, Fan nlt't" aeked Kilo, ho was busy making Iter doll o new dress. Fanny what you would call a real old fashioned girl, and talked and acted very much like older peoplo. "Yes, and if you will ho very quiet and listen I will read it to you," said Finnic, who was a real little reader. "Mo to ?" asked Kusic, who was walk ing up and down tho room putting her doll to sleep, for Iilanclio has just brought it Lack from a ride in her little cart, and of course It must bo. very sleepy. So they all thrco arranged themselves in a row, Ella with her work, Susio with her doll in her arms, looking very digni fied...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 1 February 1872

The Lincoln County Herald LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. Ono Square (10 llncs)or less, one Insertl6n'...$l l 1-unt.isitED nvimv Thursday n v theo. i. eisiiei. $1.0 a yeaTiw advanok 1NCIE CtPiEH KIVE CENTS. Each additional Insertion .. ...... T6 Administrators' Notices i 3 OA Final Settlement Notice 3 00 Stray Notices (single stray) 3 (0 Each additional stray in same notice 1 00 VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1872. NO. 5. pir A Liberal Deduction will be made to yearly advertisers. TKRMH OP ADVKUriSINC el. ATTOINiY AT LAW, fRttY, missott.., U, practtco In nil tho Courts of the Third Judicial Dlitrlct. Special attention fWen t the collection ot dotiis. v0n3U H. W. WHEELER, Attorney a law ani Notary PhiII, NEW HOPE, MO. WILL attend to nay prnfoslonal busli.esa tn the Courts of Lincoln,- Warrea, Pike and Montgomery countloi. nfV7lx3t GEO I.. COLLIER. FllOTOGRAPEKi GALLERY SOUTH OF BALLINQKR'S D'.iUO STORE. Photograph Album and Picture Framct For Sat at Lowest Prices. f& Call and to...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 1 February 1872

THE HERALD. TROY, MO.. FEBRUARY 1, 1872. Liberal ReptiMlcnH Convcmten. Last WodnosJay morning delegate! from every section of tlio stato had ar rtrcd at Jaffersoa City to participate In n Liberal Republican convention. The eonventiftn coq varied at sa early hour and was orcaized ty tho olection or Judge DoQolt as chairman. The committee. bo tag appointed, Hon Chap, P, Johnson of Bt. Louis ft at called upon to ndctross the MMtnbly and state the object oftho con vntlon. Mr. Johnson proceeded to state tharthe object of the Liberal movement vas to "defeat Grant and rettore the gov trnmenl to rctpontible handi." He said, "We propose to convene with our friends from other states, promulgate our plat form, and nominate a candidate for Pres ident of these United States. Relying upon the integrity of our purpose, we propose to appeal to the patriotio masses of all parties to unite with us in our efforts." He then went into a manly an alyiation of the reasons which impelled them to this cours...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 1 February 1872

THE HERALD. ! i ii i i ii .1 u - y- cavntv oi'I'iceiis. Circuit Clerk Wu. CotnuriT. 8. T. IltOIUU. A. K Wasox. C. W. Mau'tiw. ProfckU 3ait s I1, A'dxikv, jttlily Clerk . P. C. Cakit. S'lerllT ' Fmd. Wtsci. . . ., f M. P. Ii. Vcrdisb. Dofuty Sheriffs c W!in TfeMurer J. t. Cakxox. Aittsior Elijah Myrri. Xblto Administrator E. 0. SirroN. -County Surveyor ..J. C' Dowxiso. .-School Commissioner W.S. I'tss.NuroN POSTAL AKRANUISMEN'TH. DEPARTUfthls or HAILS. orWenUrllle, dally (exceptSunday)at l.OOr-.M. Lost Branch, Monday 7.30A.M Xoulilana via Auburn, Mod., Wednes., Friday, 8.00 Albloy, Wednesday and Saturday ...8.00 High lllll andTruxtou, Friday, 7.00 Cap-au-Qrli, Saturdays 7.30 The malts close at 9 o'clock on the evening revlout to their departures. ARRIVALS. From WeJtivllledaily(except Sunday) 5.00 r. u Lost Branch, Monday 6.00 Louisiana vU Auburn, 'l'ucs., Thurs.i and Saturday 4.00 Ashley, Tuesday and Friday 5.00 High Hill and Truxton, Saturday. ..0.09 Cap-au-Qris, Saturday 0.00 B.OKU...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 1 February 1872

KITTLE POLES. -Tt .itttt Chipt art Snrnt the Heart t" Old Woudchoppet, WHAT BECAME OF THE FIVE CENT PIECES. Nelly was Jolui's sister ; nil J Joliti trai so lonJ oMier, that ho used to ipend good fart of his money in buying things to plcsso her. One cold day in winter, when snow wac on the ground unJ on the roof, Joha looked in bis rnonoy box, and found there ten five cent pieces. Ten times G?o are fifty ; so John was the owner of fifty cents, or a half dollar I A whole dollar, yoa hnow, is north how much? If you can't say, I will tell you; it is worth a hundrod cents. "Look hero, Nelly I" cried John; "here is a half dollar in Gvo cont pieces. Now I am going to take the money, nnl buy the doll's bedstead I promised you." "Why don't you buy a new sled with it for, yourself?" asked Nelly; for she was not a sclGsh child. "Oh I my old sled is good enough," said John ; ''besides, a new sled would cost more than a half dollar. Come, put on your red hood, and take your mud, and we will ro t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 8 February 1872

'The Lincoln County Herald PCBMSnBD HVKRT THURBDAV IT tiieo. i. fisiikij.. !. A IKAiTTm ADVANCE SiMOAE COWEWVG CUNTS. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD, VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1872. NO. fi. CHAS. MARTIN, 4l, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TROY, MISSOIIRI, l ILL practlco In all tlio Courts of tLe Third W Judicial District. Bclal attention given tw tkt collection of debts. v6d3 B. W. WHEEL.ER, Attorney at Law ami Notary Public, NEW HOPE, ITIO. WILL attend to any profe-slonal buili.en In the Courti of Lincoln, Warren, Pike and Vontgomcry counttei. GF.O. Li. COL LIE R FHOTOGRA.PEK, TROY, MISSOURI- OALLERY SOUTH OF BALLINGM.'S D.iUQ STORE. Photograph Albums and Picture Framci For Sale at Lowest Prices. pt" Call and look at my picture!. Itp?n36 T. J. W E B O, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, Missouri, W ILL prompll? attend to legal business. Special attention given to Collecting. pf Office with J. B. Allen, In the old P. 0 building. 6n29yl J. C. GOODRICH. W. W. DIRK HEAD GOODRICH X RIRK HEAD, DENTISTS, TRO...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 8 February 1872

THE HERALD, TROY, MO.. FEBRUARY 8, 1872. The Troy Dispatch of last week made montion of a rumor coming from bit. Louis, that "many influential gentlemen of that city" were ipeaking very favora bly or Hon. T. 0. Hult, of this county, as a candidate for Governor at tho next election ; and that tho same was also tho case at Jefferson City. While thcro is not gentlotuan in the state preferred by us above our worthy Representative for that office, wo aro certain that he lias no uch aspirations. It may be true that some of bis influential friends and he has many, both in St. Louis and in Jeffer son City have talked among them solvcs oT this matter ; in faot, wo have been informed that some of them had proposed it to him, and that he had pos itively denied to them the privilege of using hit name in connection tcith the Gover norship of the state ; and Colonel Hutt always means what he says. The St. I'aul (Minnesota) Dispatch has published an interview between reporter and Gen. Hancock rcla...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 8 February 1872

THE HERALD. COUNTY OFl'ICEHS. Circuit Clerk Wm. Cumirrt. S. T. I.vomu. A. K Wilson. 0. W. Hahtin, .Profctto Judgo S. It. AoxtEV, .fljunty Clork y f- C. Cakk. tS'urllT ..- Vmd. Wish. Dtjwlj Sheriffs 0i ,NUi Titaiuror J. K. Cannon. Asi.stor Elijah Myuis. ,.rtllo Administrator K. 0. Sitton. Ctnty Surveyor J- 0' DowNtsfi. tehol Couunlssioner W.S. I'knn.suton rOMT.41. AHHAJitJHMHNTH. JJtPAUTUnKS Of MAtuS. .orWentivllle, dally (axccpt Sunday) at t.OOr.M. Lot Branch, Monday 7.30a.m. Louisiana via Auburn, Mon., Wcdncs., Friday, 8.00 Ashley, Wednesday and Saturdoy...H.OO .High tllll and Truxton, Ftlday, 7.00 Can-au-Qrls, Saturday 7.30 "Tha malls closo nt 9 o'clock on tho evening rrevlout to their departures. ARRtVALS. t7r.m'W.il.vlllnitnllvfixcei)tSundav5.00 P. M Lost llrnnch, Mondays 6.00 .Louisiana via Auburn, Tues., Thura.. and Saturday 4.00 Ashley, Tuesday and Friday 5.00 High Hill and Truxton, Saturday...0.00 Cap-au-Urls, Saturday 0.00 D. CRUMP. I'. M r ,, , 1 , 1 LOCAL AND COUNTY. PLEA...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 8 February 1872

T H E HERALD. ' TROY, MO.. FEBttUAK 8, 1872. The I'm of a Long Nose. mi .n . . I !- - t ine Uliowinc cuou aiury is iuiu ui Moiart at llio limo when lio was a pupil f Haydn. Haydn hail challenged XI..... ... Aii.nnc nii.n nl inniin Moiart to compose a piece ol music Which he COUld not play at slllt. JlO- art took Ilia pen ntid a aheel of paper, and in five minute dashed off a piece hu ... , . .. r 91 tnusio, and much to tlio surprise ol Haydn, handed it to him naylllK ' "There ia a niece of muaiu wlucil VOU , , , cannot plaV, ntid I cm J JOUtiro to CUO the firtt trial, Haydn iimiled con temntuoualy at tlio visionary presumption -ni . .i -i- :. ..u. i.: ....... i . . , .,- li: .u : ., . i ,., i f his pupil, and, pheinj; the notes litloro Aim, struck tho keys ol tho itislrutnetit Surprised at it simplicity, he dashed away until he reached the middle of the piece, when stopping all nt once, ho ex claimed : ''How's this, Mozart ? How's this? Hero my hands are ptrctched out , , , y , . .,...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 15 February 1872

The Lincoln County Herald LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS OP ADVER riBIKC. Ono Square (10 Hnes)orlesi,onlntrtion.,.$l IB Uach additional Insertion ,. 71 Administrators' Notices t 0 Final Settlement Notices I CO Stray Notices (single stray) 1 09 Each additional stray In same notice 1 00 A Liberal Deduction will be mads U yearly advertisers. lances had bceu carefully noted. Calcu lut tun gave a total of about thirty two miles in tho direction of travel, though a bee-line would not be probably moro thao half that distanco. HJM.ISHBD EVERY THURSDAY IT THEO. r. FISHER. 1.OA YEAR IN ADVANCE SINGLE COPIES HVB CENTS. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1872. NO. 7. CHAS. MAUTIN, Jr., ATTORNEY AT I.AtV, MOYISSOliRl. ILL practice in nil the Courli of the Third VV Judicial Dlittlct. Special atttntlun given to the collection of dobti. v6n3il B. W. WHEELER. Attorney at Law anil Notary Public, NEW HOPE, MO. 'IT7ILL attend to an; prnfe-slnnal busUess In VV the Co'irti of Lincoln, Warren, Pike a...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 15 February 1872

THE HERALD. TROV, HO., FEBRUARY 15, 1872. Masealc Notice. February 15, 1872. To the Warden and Brethren of Troy Lodge No. 34 of A. F. and A, At. : You or hereby notiOed that by order of the (J rind Lecturer the Lodgo will meet for Masonic imtruction at their hall in Troy, on Monday, the 2Gtli mat., nt 11 o'clock, a, in , ami continue to meet for tluco days, at which meetings you re earnestly aoliclted to be present. HENRY QUIGLEY, W. M. Wsi. Frazier, Sec'y The bill pasted by tho legislature of this state and vetoed by Gov. Brown, re quiring tho interest on state bonds to be paid in legal tender, has again passed both houses over the veto. At the municipal election at Utah, on the 12th, the whole Mormon ticket was elected. The femalo vote whs far in ex cess of the male. Much indignation ex ists among the "loyal" citizens at the abuse of the ballot box. The Governor has pardoned Mont Komory Vu Jerbilt. a boj about thirteen years of age, now iu Macon county jail nder one year's sentenc...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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