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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 15 February 1872

THE HERALD. COUNTY ofi'ici:k. Clroull Cleik Wm. CoLhkbt. 8. T. Uony. A. K Wilson. 0. W. Maiitik. Probate Jodg S, R. Jliuxtxr, Owintjr Clerk.. V. C. Cur. 8'ierltT '. Fnin. Wimo. Dftjr bherlffs JCi WlN0 'Treasurer J. K. Cannon. Assessor Elijah Mvms. Publio Administrator E. 0. Sitton, County Surveyor J. 0- Downing. Eehool Commissioner W.S. Psnn-Noton POSTAIi Alt 11 AN U HJIENTSi DSPARTl'llKa or MAILS. -orWentivlIlc, dally (except Suuday)at MOr.M. Lost Branch, Monday 7.30a.m. Louisiana via Auburn, Mon., Wodnes., Friday, 8.00 -Ashley, Wednesday and Saturday. ..8.00 tyigh Hill and Truxton, Friday, 7.00 Cap-au-UrU, Saturday! 7.30 Xh ntUt troso at 9 o'clock on ttio evening rcflom to their departures. ARRIVALS. (Trom WealivllledallyOxcopt Sunday) 5.00 p. "host Branch, Mondoyi 0.00 Louisiana via Auburn, Tues., Thurs., and Saturday 4.U0 -Aiblcy, Tuesday and Friday 6.00 High Hill and Truxton, Saturday ...0.00 -Cop-au-Qrls, Saturday 0.00 II. CHUMP, P. M. LOCAL AND COUNTY. PLEASE NOTICE That busl...

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. — 15 February 1872

UITTXjH FOLZ3. "f Wife CJUx or .Veorttf OiiBtnrit" Old Woudchoppar. 4 BRA VB LITTLE FELLO IK. From the IHI. Observer. While a diiien or more bo) st Hol land Patent, Oneida county, wcro engaged playing "Hide and Seek" SaturJuy even ing', "I.ittlo Johnny," con of Mr. Thomas, aged eight years, while running over ft vacant lot coking a hiding ploc, and while accidentally parting over an open well covered with a snow diil't, broko through ond (ell to the bottom. Tho well is about fifteen feet deep, and has a depth of water of Ave or six feet, ,,. . ...... i . Hl3 own version, which he Ircoly gives, IS most strange. Ho says when lie fell through, he thought he was sinking into an old cellar of wh'ch he knew; but upon being mbmergL'd into water, imag ined that ha was in a creek or pond, and was greatly confused, as he felt tho water 1 closing over his head, but realized that he was rapidly rising until his head was above the water. Ho then reached out both hands, nttd could, with case, sus...

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. — 22 February 1872

Tlio Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY T THEO. I- FISHER. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TBRM8 UP ADV'nil TIRING. One Sfaare (10 lines) or less,trro Insertion., .$1 ID Each additional Insertion. 71 Administrators' Notices 3 0u flak! Sottfomonl Notices. 01 Stray Notices (single stray).-...., 3 t .OA YEAR IN ADVANCE HI NO I, E COPIES FIVE CUNTS. Each additional straj In same notlco. 1 M A Liberal Deduction will be inade t yearly advertisers. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1872- NO. 8. CHA8. MAHTIX, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, TROY, MISSOURI. AX IIjIi practice In all the Court! of the Third VV Judicial District. Special attention given tha collection of debts. v6n3 B. W. WHEEI4ER9 Attorney at Lav and Notary Public, NEW HOPE, mo. WILL attend to any professional budi.cu In the CoirU of Lincoln, Warren, l'llte and 2Uontgomcry counllci. .ap7'71r3yl GRO Ii COTililEIt. IPHOTOGRAPI2R, TBOY, MISSOURI. GALLERY SOUTH OP BALLINQKR'S DKUO STORE. Photograph Albums and Picture Frames For S...

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. — 22 February 1872

THE HERALD. TEOY, Mt.. FEBRUARY it, 1872. Ike ieaoerats f Lincoln County. W published few wccki since an addreti Troti tho Democratic Stale Cen tral Committee, calling upon tho Demo erata if ever; county to organize town hip committees and county central otaimtici. Quito a number of tho countita in the Mat have acted in accord aoes with the instructions therein con tained, but as yet Lincoln county is slow to more. This matte cannot he attended to too early. The election to only a little over tight Booths off, and it is lime an orgaaiaatioa was being effected. Don't be too passive. Whatever may he the policy decided upon by the National Democracy and we cspect to stand by that policy it need have no weight with oar local contests. Here, the organisation of the party must bo pro aerveJ in tact. No dicbandmcnt or desertion of principle is entertained by those who believe that a National victory cannot be achieved under the leadership of our own party; it is only intended to attempt a ...

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. — 22 February 1872

sua THE HERALD, LOCAL AND COUNTY. MtsoBlc Nolle. February 15, 1872. fb th Warden and Brethren of Troy Lodge No. 34 of A. F. and A. M. : You nro hereby notified that by order of tho Grand Jcotaror tlio Lodge will meet for Masonlo imtraction at their tall in Troy, on Monday, tho 26th itist., t 11 o'olock, a. m , and continuo to tncot for three days, at which meetings you earnestly solicited to bo present. IIEN11Y QUIQLIitf, W. M. fu, Frazier, Seo'y Tobacco Culture ia This County. In the early settlement of this county, 'the emigrant bad two objects in view in 'selecting his farm. First, was it good 'tobacco land ; and, second, to get a build 'ing site near a spring. A number of 'people) from Virginia settled in tho north orn part of the county, and tho locality 'has been known as tho "Virginia settle mant" for forty years past. Alany of the farms contain from four hundred to ono 'thousand acres, and wero cultivated by Vilave labor. The principal crop on which a large majority,of tho e...

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. — 22 February 1872

XilTTXiH FOLKS. TJU Littlt IHloa itr .W l iWl" OM WiHiilelwppoi. IT GOV A-GOINC Unt bright Fourth ol' .luly murnlnR, 1 was driving tn town. A t ctiia to the top of tlm hill jutt nlnuc tlio iiri.RO on the outakirta of the plf lltlU hoy from rottngo on tho north aulo of the roiJ (Ired i) IT mi nil tuition. He no ner the iol, the cannon nude o hig nolle, mid the whole thins tame o un etpectedW, that hit little hnj pony took friuhl and aliiod. with a amiiiaT. to the ether eiJe ot the road, He not only overturned the earring in lining to, hut at. with croat difficulty, reined in and ptetenled from running away. "You ihou u not firo tour cannon o near the road," Mid I to the little hoy after I had gotten the pony fomewh.it quiet ( "you frlphtened my horto badly and nearly made him run away.' "I didn't mean to," id the little boy 'but it cot a coins before 1 raw the hore, and then 1 couldn't atop It " I aald no more, but drote on, thinking of the bov'a anawer as I have often Ihonftlit ( !,...

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. — 29 February 1872

The Lincoln County Herald PBDLtSllHD EVERT TltURSDAT nr THEO. I. FISHER. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS OP ADVRRTIHINF.. Ono Square (10 l(nei)orlcs,one lniertlon,..fl 10 Each additional Insertion Tl Administrators' Notices , 3 OS Final Settlement Notice , 3 00 Stray Notices (single stray) it Ofl Each addlttonnl stray In same notice .. 1 00 sT A Liberal Deduction will be made to yearly advertisers. I. OH A YE A R IN ADTANCE SINGLES COPIES FIVE CI4NT8, VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1872- NO. 9 CIIAS. MARTIN, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, TROY, MISSOURI. l ILL practice In nil tho Courti of the Third VV JadicUl District. Special attention given t the collection of debti. v6n3 IB. W. WHEELER? Attorney at Law and Notary Public, NEW HOPE, no. 'ATT-ILL attend to any profe-slonal business In VV flio Co'irti of Lincoln, Warren, Pike and Montgomery countiei. ep7'71n36yl GEO Ii. COLLIER, PHOTOGRAPER, TROY, MISSOURI 3ALLERY SOUTH OF DALLINOKR'S OKUQ STORE. Photograph Albums and Picture Frame F...

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. — 29 February 1872

THE HERALD. R0, MO.. FKBUUAkV M, 187. At the Radical Republican convention, held at Jefferson City list week, Here were about tbrco hundred delegate!. Resolutions landing Grant end bii claims were paned. An enthusiastic meeting of the Liberal Republicans was bold at the capital of Kansas on tho 24th. It is thorjght Kan aal will fend a large delegation to the Liberal convention to meet at Cincinnati The state senate has passed a resolu tion to adjourn on the 18th prox. Tbo houso will probably not agree, as man; ef tbo member think that all unfinished busincis should bo dispatched before an adjournment. A bill is beloro the legislature propos ing (o grant licenses to wine and beer sa loon, which establishment are prohibited from- selling or keeping any spirituous liquors. It provides that none but native wines are to be kept at such places. The committee on agriculturo have iiwtructcd their chairman to report favor ably on a bill to prevent any incorporated eity,"to"wn or village, fn ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 29 February 1872

THg HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Attention is directed to the dental card of Dr. E. L. Sydnor. Dr. Sjdoor Iibb joitreturnodfrom St. LouU, where he has been studying the principles of his pro fession. Us guarantees perfect satisfac tion. Have a large Wall Picture of your self made at Collier's for 81 50. 8i2. A fresh supply of Bedsteads and Bureaus at II. W. Kemper's A gentleman of this place went to St. "Louis last week for the purposo cf in vesting ten thousand dollars in Lincoln county bonds, hut there were none on tho -market, all that had been put out having ton tiken up. The ready silo with rhicb theso bonds mcot speak well for the credit of the county. The nicest things out The beautiful Bedsteads and Bureaus at 1. W. Kern par's furniture storo. The Presbyterians of this place have been holding a protracted meeting for tho past week. Kcv. Mr. Martin of St. Charles and tho resident minister, ltev. O. S. Thompson, have presided. Up to this date, there have boon Ave additions to the...

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. — 29 February 1872

3L.ITTLE FOLKS. "Tin little Chip, r Staral the Heart!" Old Woodchepper. HENRI'S VOYAGE TO GREEN LAND. Not long ago, boy leased hit father to let nnmei IWnry ltim go to sea. Henry bad ao uncle who was captain of tbip, and this uncle wai going on a voyage) to Greenland. Now, Greenland is a very cold country, far, far, to the north of us. Tho rocks and hills there are covered with snow and ice almost all the time. Along the shore Urge hills of ice, called iccborgs, are formed ; and theso break away, and float off to tho south, and there melt in tho eecan. Ilenry went to sea with his uncle, in the good ship "Banner." They had not been out two weeks beforo they pasted Urge iceberg. It shone and ppirklcd in the light of tho rising sun, and Henry looked at it a long while with wonder; for it wsa much higher than the ship, nd rose in sharp pinnacles, whito and glittering. When they came in sight of tho coast ofGrcenlad, Henry's uncle took him in a. boat, with three of the sailors, to the ah...

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 March 1872

Tho Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED AVERT THURSDAY THEO. D. PISHEH. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. 9I.OO A TEAR IN ADVANCE Ml NCI. 14 COPIKS ViVti CENTS. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1872. NO. 10. CHAS. MARTIN, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LA IV, TROY, MISSOURI, WILL practice In nil tho Courts of tho Third Judicial District. Special attention civen to the collection of debts. v0n3tf B. W. WHEELER, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, NEW hope, mo. VT7ILI, attend loan; professional buslhess In v v tbo Courts of Lincoln, Warren, I'ike and Montgomery counllca. scp7'71n30yl GEO. Ii. COLLIE II PIIOTOGKAPGK) TRO, MISSOURI. OALLEKY SOUTH OP BALLINOEK'S DIIUO STORE. Photograph Albums and Picture Frames For Salo at Lowest Prices. jiStT Call and look at my pictures. sep7n36 T . J . WEBB) ATTORNEY AT 1A', Tpoy, JIisoviri, WILL promptly attend to legal business. Special attention given to Collecting. Offi.cc with J. D. Allen, in tho old P. 0. building. vGn29yl E. E. SYDXOR, DENTIST, TItOY, MISSOURI, ATTENDS...

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. — 7 March 1872

THE HE R A LJX TRO, MO.. MARCH 7, 1872. Tho logisUturo linn at lunt allowed what it known the John B. Ony claim. During Gov. Fletcher's admiaintration, b, contrary to law, made a contract with Gen. John B. Gray, proposing to giro him one and one-half percent, for the collection of tho state' claims against the gonoral government. Gen. Gray pcrforuiod his duty well, by which, it is said, the stato bai been saved considerable money, more (ban tho amount of his collection fees. Because it was plain that Gov. Flotchcr had no authority to make such a contract, it was desired by sotno to ignore it, and not pay the full amount. This scruple hat been overcome, and his claims has passed the lowor houso by a voto of 89 to 17, having previously passed tho senate. The debate in tho United States Sen ate, relative to the illegal talo of arms to France, has ended, and Mr. Sumner's resolution to inquire into cer tain discrepancies was passed. The House committee on expenditures of the war departme...

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 March 1872

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Her. Janes E. Welch. Tbii venerable ptriiich anterad upon the 84th ycr of hi ga on tho 28th ult., nd on last Sunday, tha GOth nnrjivariarjr I of hia ministerial Ufa, ho preaohod to a large and appreciatire audionca in tha Baptist churoh at this place His tor- R V Koolto J 0 Darnel F T Williams J Elston Another Convert. The Troy Dit jatch has at last coma out on tho "pas givo oolicv" sido. Wo hare baon expect- ins this all alone but welcome it uono mon, or more strictly speaking, bis lec a . ............ f II tf-t. 1. the lass for that roason. turo, was a oriel review or mo lastsmy or " m "oui .-I- ..... 1,-lV, In .f..L.H " i'MIUU A fra.h supply of Uodst.ads and 1" W.rron iureaua at II. W. Kemper a""1 tba progros of civilization, and a Ju(1lh comparison or tna pant witu me present, CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET. Sprlag Term-Match 18, 1872. Th.Flnl Day "HI booccupld wlthStato casoa. Second Day. county i Wrlfiht ct at, Poor LAPPA. A maccaw parrot be- He ke of the m...

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 March 1872

XiITTIjE FOLKS. " The Little CUpt nrr Xtnritt thr Heart I" Old Woodchopper. A LESSOX FOR A LA 'AY HOY. A firmer went to town ono dny , ac companied by liii ton, little Thomas, "See," mid ho to him on tho way, "there is a broken horso shoe in the road ; pick it up and put it in your pocket." "Ono, father," roplicd Thomas, "it isn't worth while to stoop and piok it up." Uii lather, answering nothing, picked it up nnd put it in his own pockot. He old it to tho blacksmith of tho noxt Tillaga for three ftrthinge, atid bought cherries with tht money. After this they continued their journey. The sun was burning hot. Neither house nor tree nor spring was anywhere to bo seen. Thomas suffered with thirst, and had great diffioulty in keeping up with his father. The latter, then, as if by nccident, let fall a cherry. Thomas picked it up with as muoh eagerness as if it had been gold, aud put it in his mouth. This game continued until all tho cherries had been pioked up. AVhcn tho last had eaten,...

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 March 1872

The Lincoln County Herald I'UBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY THEO. T. FISHER. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TKRM8 or ADVERTISING. Ono Square (10 lines) or less, on. Insertion... fl tt Each additional insertion. t Administrators' Notices S Oo Final Settlement Notiec 3 00 Stray Notices (single stray) t CO Each nddltlonal stray In same notice. 1 00 pir A Liberal Dcduotlon will be made te VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1872. NO. 11. yearly advertisers. 1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE rinki-h copies five cunts. CIIAS. UfARTIlV J, ATTORNKV AT LAW, TROY, MISSOURI. WILL practice In all the Courli of llio Third Jadlclal District. Special attention given U the collection of debti. v0n3V B. W. WHEELER, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, NEW HOPE, MO. WILL atlead to nny profo'itonal bnatucus In Iho Courts of Lincoln, Warren, l'iko and Montgomery counlici. tep7'71o30yl ttKO COLIilBR niOTOfRAPER, TROY, MISSOURI. QALLKKY 80UT!t OP BALLINOEIt'S DllUO STOUE. Photograph Albums and Picture Frame For Solo at Lowest l'...

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 March 1872

THE HERALD. TRO 110., MARCH 14, 1?8. A Hsi Miuorlty Rfptrt, We publish in the UeralU to-da; remonstrance) by Hods. N. (J, Hardin of Pike, and T. O. Hull of this county, to ibo propond Eightten Million railroad loan bill. It it an uble document, and deserve! the attention of every tax-payer in tlio state, who owes a debt of gratitude to then gentlemen for tbo ataud tliey hare taken against au utiwtso picco of legislation. When tin measure was first proposed, only a few weeks since, we expressed our doubts as to its wisdom or propriety. A further consideration of and inquiry into its character bai convinced us that our first impressions were correct. We have now a btato railroad debt uf seventeen millions, the result of former ruilroad swindles, the roads having all pasted into privato hands, and the tax payers) left lo meet this heavy obligation. The advocates of the measure iprculate as to the future advantage of such u do nation, and were their "castles in tho air" ever to be reali...

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 March 1872

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Democratic Central Committee. At meeting hold in this place on tho 10th of SipUmbor, 1870, a Domoerntio Central Committee, oompoied of tho fol lowing staunch Democrats, was aolcctod : Bedford towmhip, John MoDonald ; Union, A. F. Downing ; Uurricano, Elijah Myerc; Clark, W. H. Martin; Millwood, E. 0. Hanlon ; Prairie, II. II. Jonii, and Warorly, W. S. Jamison. This eommitteo elected A. V. Downing i their chairman and Elijah Myers ico Tetary. Whether their authority as such 'eommitteo extended beyond tho campaign of 1870 wo do not know; but inasmuch as there is no other organization of the kind in tho county, and no stcpa have jet been taken to organize tho party as requested by the State Central Committee, would it not be well for the chairman, Mr. A. V. Downing, to call a mooting of this committoe, for tho purposo of ajrco ing npon and publishing some day for a general organization of township nnd central committees throughout tho coun ty ? Most of tho...

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 March 1872

J. f V 1' ft H. i-. r tl Ii 'C r t - I! I v if 1 . ' LITTLE FOLKS. "f Iwt'i Clip cm -Vrrf tie BttrtT" 01 J Wcfdchtipe, Tr LITTLE BROWS SEED. BT All ELI A C DAl.tr. I( w only i little brown seed, tbit tie utuan tried bid Ibnn to tht idow' garden. It laj clou to btr doMtrP..odUfor!ofie,tbloo(eeirtb(Arr,;s: 'J.' " bl ever it. Tha widow yftt very poor. Sbt tried to support btrsclf and brr litre disgb twr. Sfcw used to plant a few cerataon fiowtri in btr garden, for btr daaebter to look t, tat she ccnld cot bestow tjcb t-f upon their cultivation. Oo tcscer dtrs. her diorbter woald fit by the window, is3 le-et it tbe coraiar glories cd tbt i-drift beia tbt elta:b-fd over tbe fecce . it lit gnss pick iti ike riasies tbit grew is cat rcrter la atstat she wesli i:;h tbe striroli ioJ tbe "t95tb ia cii ire." :tr tbit trow to b-e lirie, n Lttle ebildrea zzz iti Wbils div ligi: li'ti, br p"t firs wis i!iti is b mc it tbe wiaijar. SLt ztrtr wille-i, brr biti were i!!f: efelei. kit "ft TwtTrirf-nJ...

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 March 1872

The Lincoli County Herald tttVMW BVBRf rtUASDAT 4t. A Hit IN ADVANCE 1MOI.I1 COME CENTS, CHAS. Martin, jr, ' ATTORNEF AT LAW, 'TT,MttIS80rKl. l ILL preetle in all th Courti of th Third W Jndfolat Dlstriot.. Sjwelal attention given M taeoiiioi;aBu. vsnse B; W. WHEELER, Atteraay i Law ui Matary ThMIc NEW HOPE, MO. ITf ILL attend to Mr Professional business VV the Court! of Linooln, Warren, Plk and aiontgoaery counties. Ip7'71a3jl GEO. Ii. C0L.1L1ER, PROTOGRAPER, TBOY, MISSOURI GALLERY SOUTU OF BALLINGER'3 DUUO STORK. Photograph Album and Picture Frames For Sato at Lowest l'rlcos. ! Call and look at my picture p7n3f T. J. WEBB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troys Missouri, 117 ILL promptly attend to legal business special attention given to Collecting. T2T Office with J. B. Allen, In the old P. 1 building. von29yl E. Ii. SYDNOR, DENTI8T, TROY, M:S80URI, A TTENDS to all kinds of DENTAL WORK Li. ana guoraniecsperiecisatisiaetion. pOr Office Front room over 0.0. Ransdell Boot and Shoe Store. febZBn8 J...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 21 March 1872

THE HERALD, mr, Jit MitcM 21, isie. No iy hm jet beea apt! apoa by tka legitlatara for adjoaraattat. 8oate of tf ssetsbers Vint to. go hot tstssediatelr, kit tbrt prefer lUriaf, fttj daja loager. Oar old tri,"'j. Kllit, a at etarted attother paper. Tku tiu ii Wajaea ilU, Palaeki eoaatT. Mo. We hare jort ntiiTn ibc art "J'J it jwu like ajjotaer papers. Tfce eteetioa (a New IIuBbirs cine of ltit Tuesday week. Tkt BepaMicaa .ticket wat eleettd hj sasaJl majority The RepaMiesa ptpers are Baking a great fata over it, aod tall it a brilliant tictorr. A cotrejpoodent of the Clinton Demo crat noiciostet Col. Thomn G. Hott for Litatemnt Gorernor. We don't beilere tbe Colonel wc-old aerept, for be bit tnoit empbttiully refund to bare his oatse oed in connection with tbe gorer norabip. Tba rereoue bill, wbicb pitted tbe lower branch of tbe legitUtDre a tbort time lioce, pasted tbe aeoate tbe otber dit with a few amendment. Theie aatnd Bieota are tseetiag with tome opposition io the boaae, bat ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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