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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 21 March 1872

THE HERA.LP. LOCAt AND COUNTY. 'eBteratle MMUigs Monday aftarnooi, a informal mating ef the DaOooftit of thia county -nhb warVattenuMbg ClrcttH Court wm held in th' lower tonrt tvoa it Ibis plaoe. , .A blinding or the Union and Con federal elements wm indloeted ky the eleotioaiof BlobrdWomBHok, a cap. tain under the Federal government, but a life-long Demoorit, M eheirmen, end B Broady Hull, a gailant'Lieuteoant Colo nel of the Confederate aresy, aa iocretary whloh augnre well for" tho unity 'of tbe cartt in thle eounty. At stated aborc, ibe neetine Wi . Informal one, and isuaied to Uaelf no power to act for the .party or to dioUle its course, but was imerely suggestive in its nature ; being a primary move for the organization of a county central and townships committees, to arrange a programme for the approach' ing campaign: On motion it was there fore Risolved, That this meeting request the .Democrats of the county, and all who wish to act with them in the npprooon ing eleetion, t...

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 March 1872

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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 March 1872

The Lincoln County Herald MJDL19IIKD BVHAT THURSDAY THEO. O. FIHEH. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. THUMB Of ADVERTISING. One Square (10 llnes)orlcss,onoinsertloa...$l ( Each additional Insertion. , ... ......... 71 Administrators' Notices... 8 01 1 laal Setttenont Notice . i CO iiiassssesssissssesM Stray Notices (single stray) I CO " ' Each additional straj In seine notice 1 00 NO. 1.' A L,b"' ""Inctlon will be made to yearly advertisers. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1872. 1.00 A VEAK IN ADVANCE DINGLES COPIED MVeS CENTS. CHAS. MAUTIX, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, TROY, flIIKSOIlRl. WILL practice In all tho Courts of the Third W Judicial District. Special at attention given the collection Of debts. V0n3V B. WHEELER, Attorney at Law ami Notary Public, new hope, mo. WItiL attend to any professional lutli.css in the Conrts of Lincoln, Warren, Pike and -Montgomery counties ep7'71o3oyl GF.O Ii. COLiLIERs PHOTOORAPEK, TTlO-yr, MISSOURI. OALLEHY SOUTH OF BALLINGKK'S DSUU STOKE. Photograph Album...

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. — 28 March 1872

Tmnlilp 18, JRrtnffc 1 West. A'mf, tnblivUlon and action. Arret. Tax nc section filleco 40 85 00 rvr ne acctioQ fifteen 40 5 AO w lifev section fificeo 60 0 83 w , fection fcvcDieen 40 5 24 Dana W C ne aw section 17 40 5 02 Martin & McKco, ne frl dw cc 25, 38 55 5 00 dw to fection 28 40 G G3 nhf ee ne rec thirty 20 2 14 ac n section thirty 40 4 20 dw frl aw section thirty 52 G5 3 79 aw fil sw section thirty 52.51 4 5ft ne ae section thirty 40 3 79 nw a section thirty 40 3 70 Gibion John II, nw sw section 35 40 4 83 nw se section thirty five, 40 4 88 re se section thirty-five 40 3 90 off a ft dw ne section 3G, 14 1 95 Township Forty-eight, Range Tw Wsl. Link, Jamei M, west half see two, 3'i0 89 00 lut one ne section three, Link, James M, tw si section three ne se section three, nw se section three, ii w ne section four, s hi' ne nw section four, ee nw section four aw ne sectioo 23 to nw section 23 Harvey S A J, ne ne section 25 nw nc section 25 bw ne section 25 80 10 92 3 90 30 4...

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. — 28 March 1872

THE HERALD. TROY, HO.. MARCH to, Tke Ml MDiibaeaeldd to agw with tba house ndinBt to the rovo vm bill. Mr. J. B. Alien hat purchaeee the in. ttrat of Mr. Cooper Is (J. W. Mohr & Co.'s grocery atora. Tka Dispatch saya that the will of tho late John B. Morrie donate one thoa and dollars to the uburo gravel road, provided it bo finished to Trov. A little daughter of Oliver P. Abingdon of Wight City, wae eo badly burned, 'last Tiietfdav, that the died in three fcora. The reward Tor the capture of Ambrose 'Coe, the murderer who escaped from the Marion county jail, has been raited to $1000. Detectives are cloeo on his trrck, and will doubtless enpturo him. Don't forget that tba Democrats of the 'county ore rrqucstel to meet in their respective townships on tho fourth Satur day in April fur the purpm of electing member of the Central Committee from their township. Tho board of directors of the St Louis 'and Keokuk railroad havo been holding a mooting in Troy for several days, fur the p...

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. — 28 March 1872

Final Mt-ftlcntrut. "j OTICK It hereby given tli.it li e undersigned 1 ' administrator of lha n ate of William Black, ire' J, wilt make a final selll-msnr of hl admin istration of laid estate nt the next term nf the Probata Court of Lincoln county, Mo., to bo bo ftan and held at the court hoose In Troy, Mo., nn be second Monday In April, 1972 mehUnll E. 0. SITTON. Adm'r. Finn I feiefltenieaf. N OTICK li hereby Riven that tbe undersigned, administrator of the cslato or Joseph Mar tin Ik, deceased, will inakna final settlement of hla adminUtratlon of raid estate nt the next term of tbo Probate Court of Lincoln county, Missouri, tn be begun and held In Tny on tlio iccond Monday In April, 1 872. mchrnlO JOS. B. ALLEN, Adm'r. Finnl Scttlemcn. NOTICE li hereby given that tlio undersigned, administratrix of tlio etato of lleorgn 0 Buffen,dcc'd, will inako a final icttlcmcnt of her administration of raid estate, at tlio nut term of the Probate Court of I.lnculu rnunty, Mo , to be begun 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. — 4 April 1872

The Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED EVERY TIIURSDAV THEO. IK FISHER. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1872. NO. H. 91.09 1 YEAR IN ADVANCE MINGLE COPIES KIVR CI3NT8. CHAS. MARTIN Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, TROY, itllSSOITRl. A ILL practice In all the Courts of the Third W Judicial Diitriet. Special attention liven to the collection of debts. vCoS9 B. W. WHEELER, 'Altoney at Law aarj Notary Public, NEW HOPE, RIO. WILL attend to any professional butlieaa tn the Courti of Lincoln, Warren, Pike and Montgomery counllei. iepT'71a3Byl CJEO. L.. COLLIER PHOTOGRAPER, TROY, MISSOURI. GALLERY SOUTH OP UALLINOKR'S DKUU STORE. Photograph Album and Picture Frame For Sale at Lowest Prices. fiO Call and look at my picture!. iep7n36 ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, Missouri, WILL promptly attend to legal business Special attention given to Collecting. fST Office with J. B. Allen, In the old P. O building. v6n29yl E. L. 8TDNOR, DENTIST, TROY, MISSOTJHI, ATTENDS to all kinds of DENTAL WOR...

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. — 4 April 1872

Hi 1 1 Hi mm THK HEKALD. &4J our Heft. The lejjinlaluro adjournod last Monday. Up to Monday rnorti tbo Governor bsd tf oca ono hundred and ciglity-Svo bills and tbiity concurrent resolution; but a large namW of hills fro still in the hinds of the Uovnrnor or the enrolling clerk. In tbo senate during tho current res- sion, there were introduced 428 hills, of which number 19G wero passod, and only 128-ere concurred in by tho houso ; wero rejected, tearing 128 bills unre ported and buried in the hands of the ,ttanding committees. In the houso 951 bills have been in troduced, a largo portion of which have nover seen tho light, having been con signed to that tomb of tho Capulcts, tho committee on unGnished business. Tbo houso committco on claims havo post poned some twenty private claims, amounting in tho aggregate to about $50,000. Tho hobso failed to pass tho acnato congressional apportionment bill, which leaves tho districts as tlioy were, and ne cessitates the election of four co...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 4 April 1872

THE HERALD. LOCAL ANO OOUNTV. The Board of Appcali U in session this weak. Our young friond and nativo Trojan, Charlie Custer, is in town, end dropped in to bco us thie morning. Thoro was a case of email pox in Lou isiane Mo., which resulted in the death of tho victim, a little girl. Preaching at Christian Cmmai. Elder J. J. Errclt will preach at the Christian church in this placo next Sun day. For ohoico family groceries, go to J. Wilborn's, on Main street, Troy, Mo. All orders left with him will bo Gllcd end. delivered in good order. nil 3m Sheriffs' Fees. By tho revenue law just passed by tho Legislature, sheriffs can receive for collection of taxos presont foes until January 1st, 1873. That g7o. P. Howell & Co., 41 Park Row, are tho most extensivo advertising agonts in this city, is a fact too well .known to dispute. N. Y. Programme .The storm of last Saturday night did considerable damago in St. Louis, anil anjuired eight persons. Iu this county, on somo portions of tho pra...

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. — 4 April 1872

T Unit Cy ore Searrtt ' Heart I" Old Woodebiit p'- FAITHFUL 8HBPUERD BOY. Gerhart wss a German shepherd lot, ' and p noble fallow he was, although he ?rjr poor. One day while he ?as watching hii flock, which a feeding in a ralley on the bordcra of a forest, a hunter came out of the woods, and ailed : "How far ii it to the neareit village?" Sii miles, air," replied the boy, "but lb road ia only a thcep tract, and very easily missed"" The hunter looked at the track, and said : crooked "My lad, I am hungry, tired aid" At length day dawned; and then he tbirrty. I have lost my companions, and turned bis tottering steps toward the set missed my way. Leave jour sheep and lament to seek aid. When about half ahow me the road. I will piy you way he met the parents of the lost chil wei" dren wild with grief, coming to search "I cannot leave my sheep, sir," rt- for the dead bodies, as they had no ex joinod Gerhart. "Thay would stray into pectation of Gnding (hern alive The tbt forest, and be ea...

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. — 11 April 1872

Tho Lincoln Comity Herald l'UDLIHUUD UVJIllY THURSDAY LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD, THKMS U I' ADVEIt riSINC!. Ono S'jnare (10 llncs)orlcss,onclnsrrtlon,..$l 10 Each addltlonnt Insertion 7& Adtnlnlstratots' Notices 3 OA Pinal Settlement Notice 3 00 Stray Notices (single stray) 3 00 1.00 A YEAH IN ADVANCE Eacli additional stray in snino notice.. 1 Ol) VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1S72. NO. 1.5 K Liberal Deduction will be undo to yenrly advertisers. MYDNOR & CAItl I'lIEeM;, ii3rTisrrs, TROY, mswoiiHi, ATTKND to all kinds of DKNTA1. WORK, anil Runrnntco perfect satisfaction, jsrjfj-Offlco Front room over C. C. llansdell's 'Hoot and Shoo Stiro. Icb21)n8 J. 0. flOODMOII. W. W. MUKHKAD coomuoii &iiikkiii;ai, DENTISTS, TltO V, MISSOURI. Dtt. MHKllKAl) will bo 111 tho offlco nil tlio tlmo. l)r. (lOODHlCH will only to hero from tlmo to tlino, duo nulleo of which wilt bo .-given. (las for tho PAINLESS extraction of tooth administered at nil times by Dr. Dlrkhcad. August 31, 187...

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. — 11 April 1872

THE HERALD. A Cbaagc is Xtrilffl. Ling retention of dflice ntnl power liy apolitical party, especially in n republic, lirccil corruption ; and not only thU, ,tiut sn utter disfcgitd for the laws of the liml ami the will of the pocplc. We have nbuniljnt cviJcnco of this ; Tor nhcro will you Gat) t country horo the wishes of the people nro more disregarded or the fundamental laws lets reflected than thoy nro among tho officials of our government? This is not so much the fault of the mes of the itepublican party, as it is tho effect of a long contin tian co in power of ono political faction. The masses doubtlcis desire an impartial rule, but they have permitted themselves so often to be alarmed by that pliost of "disloyalty," and have so persistently vatchtd the ignis fat ion, until tho men whom they elected to office, taking nd vantage of their Icars, have entrenched themclvcs in power by cnactin6 laws of a partisan nature, disfranchising the nl loged disloyal clement, and disregardin...

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. — 11 April 1872

4? THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Tbroo converts wero bsptizod into iho Christian Church at Now Hopo last Mondty. Tho eitiem of Wrron county pro Bcnlcd Judgo Gilchrist Porter with a gold beaked cano last wook. Sheriff Wirjg'n horeo fill with him ono day last week, and sprained his ankloand foot very badly. Ho is getting hotter, but is compelled to walk with a crutch. For ohoico family urocericH, co to J Wilborn's, on Main Htrcet, Troy, Mo. All orders left with him will bo G I led and delivered in Rood order. nll-.'iui llomomber that Collier leaves Troy neit Teuiday. Thoso owing him for (pictures, or otherwise, ho rcquosts to ;plcase, 2'nsc- PLEASE pay up. Erratum. A typographical error rniado us say last week that Mr. J. S Thornhill received 82 votes at tho town election. It should havo been 92. Tho attention of tho stockholders in the St. Louis and Keokuk railroad com pony is directed to a notico in thi paper naming tho day and timo for tho annual election of directors. Wo learn tha...

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. — 11 April 1872

LITTLE FOLKS. "Tki tit'tt ;r X,r,,t tl,r ll,M,t C Old Ww.dihippoi. "it"ii dreadful temper 1 1 try lu cum it; I think I have, an J then it breaks out worr-e than over. Oil, uiotlicr, what (ball 1 do? what shall I do '"cried (oor Jo, iu despair. "Witeli and iray, dear ; uever net tired of trying ; aud uoor tlntik it im possible to eotitjucr your fault," r-aid Mrs. .Marcli, dratring tbo rough head to her tlioulder, uinl kissing the wet cheel o tenderly that Jo cried harder than ever. "You don't know ; you can't guess Low bad it is! It f-ccnia as if I could do anything when I am id pa.aioii; I get to tavKo I could hurt my one and Clijoy it, 1 UUI afraid 1 shall do tOlUC , . .. tliltlg (irtaiJIUl nOIOC day, und spoil toy lifn nnr! mriLo nr..n l.n.lr li rn fit, , .., j ,..v w.., mother! help ice, do help I" i.T .:!! .... i . r .. :n , JJOU t cry ...., u,j tui,u, 4 ,. vuui crj to bitterly, but remumbcr this day, and " j - j"" never know another llku it. Jo, dear, wo all bate our temptation...

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. — 18 April 1872

The Lincoln County Herald 1'UBMSItED KVEIIY T1IUH3DAY nv THEO. . FISHER. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS Of ADVEnTISIKC. One Squaro (10 llnesjor less, one Insertion. ..$1 (0 , Uach additional Insertion TS Administrators' Notices 3 final Settlement Notice i 00 Stray Notice: (single stray) 3 CO Uach additional stray In same notlco 1 00 pit" A Liberal Deduction will be mado to VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1872. NO. 16. yearly advertisers. 81.00 A YEA R IN ADYANOE SINGLE COPim I'll'R OUSTS. SYDIVOR & CAMPBELL, DENTISTS, TROY, MISSOURI, ATTEND to all kinds of DOTAL WOUK, and guarantee perfect satisfaction. aSf Office Front room over C. C, Ransdoll'i Boot nd Shoe Store. feb2Un8 J. 0. GOODRICH. W. W. DIRKIII2AD GOODRICH A IIIHIilllv Al, DENTISTS, TROY, MISSOURI. TMt. DIRKIIEAD will In In tho oinco all the U time. Dr. OOODUIOII will only bo hero 'from tlmo to tlmo, duo notice of which will bo lvrn. flas for tho 1'AINLESS extraction of teeth administered at all limes by Dr. Blrkbo...

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. — 18 April 1872

THE HERALD. TIOV, MO.. Atlltl 18, 1872. Sparks ( liM Mires. A grant meeting it called at Coopsr Institute. N. V.. for Doxt week, to outdo tlio titi-Orant niMtinir if possible, of vho K,,,ct' W lilt. S3liior f Who Mur (For the Itoratd. Par I kf jis friralnls. Friday muiit. liberal MfpuMicat DtmnnstraHot. ,,,, Apri, n..Tho Demo- Lat rriday evenwK the Liberal He- cratio cunvvntiun to day elected delecatu publicans of New i'ork lield a spirited ,0 ,he "lo convention at ltcadintr Dele mart meeting at Cooper Inatitute of lliat ?"CI crB 'natructcd for Geo. W. Cms city. Sevra. journal, pronounce it tl.e tr largest that over assembled there, aod a 5". telegram in mentioning it says that sur- Philadelphia, April 12 Tho Kven-priscisciprescJt!iatthcCiocirirntimore- ing TelcL-rapli has a Westchester snecial ment should display such strength in its dispatch which say Hon John Hickman first notable meeting in that city. Sena ?n''ou';i his determination to take part ,,. ci i t. t ..I . ., i in ttie...

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. — 18 April 1872

THE IIEKALD,t LOCAL AND COUNTY. Thfi Murder Epidemic. Another Man MllleU lit Tbli County. Lust Saturday afternoon another of those horrible scenos, tha violent taking of human lilc, was enaoted in this county, a short distonco from Troy. A tuuu named John II. Kearns, who was in tho employ of Mr. VauNesn, bridgo and 'tie contractor on tho St. Lorn and Koo &uk railroad, loft Troy for tho works in 'toxicated ; nbout two miles from town ho ruat'Juhn Younj;, and carolessly asked "him if ho "had any fish for sale," when Young replied, "Not to such a d d Tool ns you." Kcarns said he wouldn't rtako that, and dismounting from his horse approachod and struck Young, "when the latter plunged his pocket-knife 'into Kcarns, making a fatal gash near the region of the heart, from which death en sued in a few minutes. Young was ar rested, mid is undergoing an examination hefure Justices David Shcltoo and W. T. Harris, at the court houso in thi place. This is tho fifth caso of murder or homi cide...

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. — 18 April 1872

XjITTHiE folks. "The Little Cli art Xtarr.t the Itrnrll" Old Wnodchippor, LITTLE SI Ms. A merchant of fc'.n I'ranrisco, during the infant (lavs of llie State of California. liavin? escaped disastrous firce, grew rich and prosperous;. He built a Cno wnro lioufo, partly upon p-olid rock, and partly upon pilee, as it was convenient to luvo a portion of his cMnblielitiicnt extend over tlio water of the harbor. (Jno night, a nicsscnper ratue to hitu with the intelligence that tho whole con ccrn had fallen to tho ground, and that bales and boxes of uisrchandUo were thrown icto tho water. What was tho caurc? A worm, a mcro mite when young, but nearly largo as one's Ongcr when grown, and growing most rapidly, and multiplying in almost incrcdiblo numbers, hadjentcred tho piles. Thoy bad completely honey combed the interior, rendering them in capable of sustaing any weight. Is not this like little sins? Docs not one hrget another, and then another, miifi'il vintr in an alarming extent ? A chi...

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. — 25 April 1872

a The Lincoln County Herald UBLMHED EVKRr TUUIISDAV i.ooayeTFin advance 81NGI.I3 COPIUS VIVE CENTS. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. Tlllt MS Of ADVMIt IIHIKC. Ono Square (10 lines)ortess,Tne Insertion, .,$1 SO Bach additional Insertion. H Administrators' Notices 3 00 Final Settlement Notice 3 CO Stray Notices (single stray) 3 CO Kach additional stray in same notice 1 00 J-.O- A Liberal Deduction will be made to yearly adrertlsors. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1872- NO. 17. SYDIVOR & CAMPBELL, DENTISTS, Troy, k - Missouri. ATTEND to all kinds of DENTAL WORK, and guarantee perfeol satisfaction. HD Office Front room over C. C. Ransdoll'l -Boot and Shoo Htire. fob2Uo8 J.C.OOODRICII. W. W. BIRK1IEAD c400DRii;nfcniitKiii;Ai, DENTISTS, Troy, - - Missouri. D1 kR. BIRKHEAD will be In the oflice all tho time. Dr. GOODRICH will only bo hero (from time to time, due notice or whlcu will be Wen. (las for tho PAINLESS extraction of !oeth adtnlnlsterod at all tiroes by Dr. Birkhead. August 31,...

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. — 25 April 1872

THE HERALD. TROY, MO.. APRIL 25, 1879. Cult-re Hirer. (Correspondence of the Lincoln County Herald. Washington, D. C, April 17. h if known (o noma of jour reader that by an act of CoDgrcss of 1871, an lamination and survey of Cuivro river, which is th boundary lino between St Charles and Lincoln countioi, was pro Tided for with a view to olearing out and deepening tho channel of this rivar from Moscow mills to its mouth, in order to render it navigable The chief of En gineers, under orders of the Secretary of war, and in pursuance of said act, bad said survey and estimates made, and re ported to Congress at the prosent ses sion. The survey and estimates were made by A. U. Hlaisdell, Civil Engineer, during tho nimnier of 1871, and reported to Col. W. F. llaynolils, of the Engineer corps, having in charge western river improvements, at St. Louis, Missouri, Col. Reynolds, having Mr. Ulattedcll's Tcpnrt Leforo bim, reported to General Humphreys, chief of Engineers at Wash ington, agains...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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