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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 30 May 1872

THE HERA LD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. VtJi rr a Mass Moling. Lost Branch, Lincoln Co., Mo. 1 May 20, 1872. f Pursuant to a call made by the Ststo Central Committee Tor delegates to meet in Covention on Wednesday, the 12th day or June, pro., in the lull of the House of Representatives, at Jefferson City, or the purpose of appointing tbiity delegate to represent tbe state of Mis souri in the Democratic National Con vontion, to be held in Baltimore on tbe 9th day of July, 1872, the Democrats of Lincoln county are requested to meet at the court house in Troy on Saturday, tho let day of June, proz., at 1 o'clock of said day, for the purpose of selootiug delegates to represent them in said con vention. W. W.SHAW, Chairman County Central Committee. We soo in the Herald, (tbe chairman of tlio county central committee not hav ing seen proper to extend to us the usual courtesy by sending us a copy), a call for a democratic mass meeting, to bo held in Troy on the 1st of next month, for the purpose of...

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. — 30 May 1872

T HE HEEALD. ttife &l v mi" uiii"iii torn 'CXpedcil from tlio family. TR0l M(. MAW 0, 1872. I Knity one wUliin:.' to adopt malo or fe : 'male children, km liav llicir piR out of local, Mtf Personals by Josh Bill.. " I'J'LmST:.: itir and liav had wacciiiaslmin, New 1 .York Weekly. Klcnczer Smith liz told out hiz tan nery at I'ordunk hollow, and bout houto on 5th avcocwi The lovely Uridjiot 3IcGaire (ooj - -- - - rhimbermaidl will bo brousht tew the filial Wcf tlcilicnti' altar, ium tilt thi SCiiXOll, by the bril-l IOTICK If li.-rrl.jr glicn that the undersigned, - nuininistraior ol me csmiu ui .. n. ,tri, I'roffesicr Norm bax. jut returned,,,,, adlll nrn,on , fM estate at the next THE DRU6 AND MEDICINE Bt)StvESS, 1872 1A NEW FIRM. )$f WOOLFOLK & Co. VALUABLE FARMS Aiionwys .it Uw& Ml K-ute lis, TROY. MISSOURI. '10 Afrts Kxccutor'N mrtce. la hereby given tlii t tellers liant Dcnnia O Toolo. from the north pole, and report! the tizo terra of the Probate Court of l.lncnln co...

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. — 5 June 1872

TIio Lincoln Comity Herald ruMisiti:i uvkuy weunkuat nv THEO. JL. lISIIJBit. Sl.O A IEAB IN ADVANCE HI Kill. U CI)tlliS HVH CHNTH. SYD.WH A: CAM PISE Lfj, DENTISTS, 'Troy, - - ITliHNoiiri. ATTEND to alt kinds of DENTAL WOKK and Ruornntco perfect satisfaction. Jd- Oflicc Front room over C. C. Itansilcll's Boot and Shoe Stiro. fob29n8 LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TEIIMH OK AI)Vi:il TIHINC. Ono Squaro (10 lines) ur less, ono Insertion. ..$1 SO Each aJdltlonal Insertion 71 Administrators' Notices.... v .1 Uo Final Settlement Notices i 00 Stray Notices (single stray) 3 CO Each additional stray In same notice I ( 0 pif A Liberal Induction will bo mado to ycurly ndrortlsers. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1872. NO. 23. W. W. BHIKHEAD GOODRICH & BIRKIIEAD, DENTISTS, "Troy, - - iTliMMonri. Dlt. BIRKHEAD wilt be In the ofllco nil the time. Dr. GOODRICH will only bo hero 'from time to time, duo notleo of which will bo .-glren. Gas for tho PAINLESS extraction of teeth administered at all t...

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. — 5 June 1872

THE HERALD. HOY, MO., iVHE J, 1872. PpR FRKSIDKNT, HORACE C2REEXEY, OP NEW YORK. roR vice-presideht. B. tilllTf DHOW ft, Of MISSOURI, tot. T. . Butt. The Warrenton ihnner aecondi cut omination or Col. Ilutt fot Secretary rSfale. It rave: Wo copy the above from Ine Troy Uerald, and indorse every on!, of it. Col. Ilutt would nako an mcer of whom the etafe could wall ftel proud. He la liberal in hit political Ticwt, and holds io the faith laid down at Cincinnati. He is well known to many of our citizens and we liavo no hesitancy jmg iliac, in our opinion, tht party n barren will hail his nomination with pleasure. lb Columbia Herald says: The Troy (Io.) HeraM nominates Col. T. O. Hutt of that place for Secretary of Dtate. The state has no citizen who would more honestly or efficiently fill that important office. U'e would be jiJeaeiL-J-s ' . .... . . The St. Charles News also favors him, and thus compliments ths Colonel : The Troy Herald puts in nomination Col. Thomas 0. Ilutt, of Linco...

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. — 5 June 1872

THE HERALD. LOCAL ANQ COUNTV. CiUNOB. licrcaft. (he Herald will U published od Vodncsday, instead of Thurndjr, in order lo better tccotatno dtt the mails in tho county, Uj this arrangement many of our subscribers will rtceitu their pinor Uforo tho news be comet stole, is now the cue at tott of tho post ofliact. Advertisements to so- Dte prompt inesrtion should b handed In od or before Monday saorntng. Mrs. Dr. llutt linsottr thanks for s lot of delicious strawbtrric. I'OR Kent. I wo office rooms, nest door to Ucrald o6c. inquire of J. N. Jionfils. W. W. Birkhoad, surgoon dentist, will be in Millwood on the 17th inst., and iremsin four days. 2wn23 Bouquets Our bettor half returns thanks to Miss Annio Ward aod Mr. J. M. Kills for two beautiful bouquots. We it by tho Louisiana Journal that aua young friend, Ollis C. liryson,has beta admittod to the bar in Pike county. Mr M. T. Uritton has remoTed his grocery store to Post Oak, in thin county, having purchased tho Bickel stand at that 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. — 5 June 1872

IjXTTXjE folks. "Tie Lilttt Chip an Xi-nntl Ihr llratt I" Old Woodrhippoi. A PLEASNO INCIDENT FOR OUR LITTLE FRIENDS There wat a lit! to boy scarce eovon years old, whoso kind and noble father was taken suddorjly very ill. So alarm ing were bit (ymptons that a distin guished physician, and a brother of the gentleman, wcro telegraphed to hasten to his bedside. TcrriBed by fears that Death might take the bead and day of her family, the wile and mother for a limo forgot her children ; when conscious of her duty to thorn, she looked around for her little ones , all were in their play-room save one the little liny was missing, lie as called time and again, and the yard was searched over for him, still ho could'not be found. His mother, though alarmed for tho fafely of her child, could not laavo the bed.itle of her sick husband to join in search of her boy, At length, quietly and composedly, the littlo fellow walked into the room where his father lay sick. "My son," said his mother in ple...

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. — 12 June 1872

Oncoln county herald. The' Lincoln County Herald l'UuLISUKD KVKRY WKDNKSDAY TtiltMM OP ADVKH FIXING. Ono Square (10 llncs)or less, one Insertion,..?! to Each additional Insertion. lb Administrators' Notices ,1 Oil Final Settlement Notices , :i 00 Stray Notices (single stray) 3 OR Hach additional stray in same notice I OV Tfr A Liberal Deduction will bo mado to yearly advertisers. writing to-morrow, will it not doctor?" inquired Kate, tho fir at to break the silence. "I feel better and stronger to day than I have far a vear." VOL. 7. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1872. NO. 24. rji.0 A YEA K IN ADVANCE HI NOt.U COViUn VtVF. CKM'H. SYDIVOR & CAiTIPIlIXIi, DENTISTS, Troy, - - ITIiNNOiiri. ATTRND lo nil kinds of DF.NTAL WOHK anil guarantco period satisfaction. S.O" Office Front room over CO. RantdcH's Boot nnd 8ho Stiro. feb29n8 J.C.aOODRICII. W. W. 11IKK11EAI) OOOnRICII&RIRKIIEAD, DENTISTS, Troy, - - Missouri. BR. BIHKIIEAI) will to In tho office all tho time. Dr. (100DRICII Ki...

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. — 12 June 1872

THE HERALD. THOV, HO.. JVKE l, 1892. FOR PltESIDENT, BOR4CG CaltEISfjEY, OF NEW YORK FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. 11. HATZ BltOH W, OF MISSOURI. Who Wenld nave Thought lit We know our roadera will be aurpriaed when we tell them that Grant has act ually bee'n nominated by the Philadel phia Radical convention, for of courao oobody ever dreamed of such thing These political parties are always doing something to aurpriao the people. It ia ahame that tbey abould go and do just what everybody ezpeeted and knew they would do. Bat then available men in the Radical party are scaroe just now, and wc suppose it is excusable for taking up their woodan god ngain. The convention assembled at Phils .itlDhiaJaaL.WiwI.MaJaju.and.on Thurs day nominations were in order. They ttempcd to get up an enthusiasm by Mr. Cnllum of Illinois saying: On behalf of the great Republican party of the State of Illinois, and of the Union ; in the name of liberty, loyalty, justice, etc., and remembering with grat itude the acbi...

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. — 12 June 1872

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. St nolle of town board of equiliM tion, to matt next Monday. W. W. Birkhead, surgeon dentist, will ba in Millwood on tbo 17th inst., and Mraoin fonr days. 2wn23 The hack line between this place and Wcnttvilla leaves now at 7 o'clock a. ru. instead of 1 p. m. Correspundent and Iravolars ean make, their arrangement accordingly. Messrs Jackson & ilutt have had a new floor put down in their stero, which adds greatly to the appearance of tho interior of the house. The final examination and exercises of Troy Christian Institute will be held on Thursday afternoon and Friday, the 13th and 14th ins'.. Tho public are invited to attend. 'Mr. J. Wilborn haa removed to Mill wood, having traded hit grocery store in this place for Mr. W. 8. Coopor'n Notion tore in Millwood. See his advertise. moot. The Old School and Cumberland Pres byteriaos of Auburn are building a large and handsome house of worship at that place, which will be a credit to tho town. Fob Sale on...

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. — 12 June 1872

THE HERALD. TROT MO.. rHE 12, I87S. gialks ai Babies From Joan HllllngV Mplee-Boi. STIilI'ED 8.VAIK9. Tha atriDcd ens'ik it ona ot lb slip- prjot jobs that natttr cttr turned loote. J hey travel on me ioer emc m mom solfs, and kin slip out or sij?bt likt blow tag cut a kandle. 'f hej wero made for somt good purpose, but I nettr har beta isifbrroad for.wnat, union it waz tow bir tbtir beds smasbsd. They or laid tew be innocent, but they hiT got a bid reputashun, aud -all tie Innoctnce io tb world woo't cur a bad rtputa.bun. Thay lir in tbo gran but seldom git tept on, bekauie tlicy don't tay long enough io tbtj right place. Wben I waz a little boy, and woro naked feet, and waz loa6ng around loose for atrawberrya, I waz often timet just a a going to ilep on a striped snailf, but it lwua cured rno or atrawberrya. If a striped snatk cot into a 10 aire lot before 1 did, I aUus konaidered that all the atrawberrya in tbat lot belonged law tba anaik. Ml Ili.fl I tt. I am jut iz afraid of an...

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. — 19 June 1872

Tlio Lincoln County Herald 1'UllLISIlKD KVKIIY WEDNESDAY fl.OO A YEAR IN ADVANCE hi nci m: umuim fivt: ckxtm. ttYDNOll A: CXMPtlKht, Tr - - ftliMsouri. ATTEND to nil kinds of DENTAL WOKK anil guarantee jicrfect satisfaction. p(y 0111 co Front room over 0.0. ltansdoH's Boot and Sboe St'ire. l'cb!Un8 J.C.OOODlUCir. W. W. MltKIIKAI) OODICICn A f CI UK m: A , DENTISTS, 'Troy, - - MiMNouri. yIt. IlinKIIEAD will he in tho office all tho J time. Dr. 0001)11 ICit will only bo here from tlmo to tlmo, duo notice of which will be lven. (las for tho PAINLESS extraction of ceth administered at all timet by Dr. Ilirkhcad. August .11, 1871. v(in2(!.-l G T. DUNK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, New Hope, - - Missouri. Will practice in tho Courts of the Nineteenth Judical Circuit. ppoelol attotillun given to col lectins. v7nlAmflp Rc C. MAGR UDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cnp-nu-Ciiris, - JTIixsouri. Wilt prncllco in tho Courts of tho Nineteenth Judicial District. v7n5 W. C. McPARLAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, - - Missouri....

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. — 19 June 1872

THE HERALD. TROY, MO.. JlftE 19, 187?. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE C'RKKLEl', Of STAY YORK. FOP. VICE-PRESIDEST. II. CKATZ IIROW.Y, Or MISSOURI. Special Sessloi of ibe Lfglslalare. It will be remembered that the Legis lature of Ibis lUte adjourned last winter prisoner RESOLUTIOX8. Col. Bojy reported from tho proper committee the accompanving preamble od resolutions : The Democratic party of Missouri can not be untnindiul of the Tact tbat, prior to the lift general eUciion in tho Htate, while tyranny, oppression and plunder prevailed, the largo imjority of citizen were powerless to rid thsmsclvesof thcie terrible evils, or accomplish any political remit; that larpe number! of them were disfranchised, and by the wicked machiti' erj of the registration law, end tbeir more wicked execution, and by unscru pulous and systematic frauds, the people were doomed to hopeless subjection lo the corrupt rule of an unprincipled mi- ' noritT : and it was bv this ratriotism and nondent then asled : withou...

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. — 19 June 1872

THE HERALD. ""tOOAL AND COUNTV. New Hope, Matbimonv, Politics, Vheat, Roads, Bridge Nieded, 4o. We ipcnt a day or two in New Hope week, and found that flourishing lit .lo town unusually lively. The oiti zei.e were ongtged in grading their main thoroughfaro, and before we left had made a deoided improvemont in its op pouranee. It is healthy ; we found only one of the Dootore busily engaged, and he was deoidedly cool under the ciroum ataiicei. He wai very muoh interested in e. case of matrimonium, and about five o'clock Wednesday afternoon, this young Esoulapius, Dr. Asael Knox, rigged in suitable harness, was seen driving oat of 'town at a 2:40 rate for Auburn, where at the hour of seven he and the beautiful Hiss Sallio Cochran were made one flesh. Wo wish them much joy, and hope the heaviest knocks in store for their future will bo comparatively light say about nino pounds. We met a few Democrats who favorsd a nomination by the Baltimore conven tion, and doted on Voorbres, Brick Pom...

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. — 19 June 1872

Aurrdole of Marshal Siit'oroH. The r-toflcs loll nf Mirilial i?uvnrolT ilifplijr lcltiT lliin uliuic- pace of de scription, llio wiitiilcrfol way in wliipli lie coniriveJ to udatit liitnself to tlie rinlj rpiril" with vrlintn tin It a tl to deal, vritli oiit loin? unejot ofliin ntiilmrily Tlic old Marslul mnri! than once met hi match. One nf hit. favorite jtl:c. wa to confuse a man by I.jtif: linu unexpect edly: "Ho tinny flat arc there in jbeeky?" On one occasion he put this rjutton to one of his sentrie", on a hitter .Janu nry night, mcli aj only Huis-ia can pro duce. The soldier not n, wlm disturbed, coolly, answered, "Wait a little ami I'll tell you ;' and he deliberately bepan tn count, ' One, two, three," etc. In this way he went gravely on to a hundred, at which point Suvotoff who was already lulf f.uen, thought it hih time to ride nff. not. however, without inquiring the name of thi ready reckoner. The n"it day the lat-er f .und liim-elf protnotjd, and the story ( wtnli ?avo...

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. — 26 June 1872

jggjggjjg " " ' The Lincoln C ounty Herald lMIItMSHED KVKUY WEDNESDAY BY TIIEO. . FISHER. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS OK ADVKfiriHINr., Ons Square (10 llnts)or lets, one lntertlonu.fi it Each additional Insertion. , 7J Administrators' Notlcosu i 00 Pinal Settlement Notices , 3 uo Stray Notices (single strav) 3 CO Kaeh additional stray In same notice 1 00 $Tr A Liberal Deduction will bo Insdo to yoarly advertisers. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JUlNE 2(5, 1872. NO. 26. $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE SI NO lit? COPIES P1VI3 CM NTS. EUGENE In !NYI)OR, DENTISTS, Troy, - - Missouri, ATTKND to nil kinds of DENTAL WORK tid gusranteo perfect satisfaction. p(r Office Front room over C. C. Itanidell's Bout and Shoo Store feb29n8 J. C. (I00D1UCH. W. W. BIKKHKAI) GOODRICH A niRKIIEAD, DENTISTS, 'Troy, - - Missouri. Dn. BtRKUEAD mill he In the office all the time. I)r, UOODIUOII Kill only bo here 'from time to time, due notice of which wilt he tglven. 08 for tho PAINLESS extraction of teeth administer...

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. — 26 June 1872

THE HERALD. troy. mo.. Jr.u: n, im. FOR PBKSIDCNT, HORACE f.' REE LEI', Or NEW TOBK FOR VICE-PRUIDE.it. R. CiRATZ BROWN, or nisfoum. Kentcckv roa Greixev. A Louit ville telegram of tbe 20tir.y that the Detnocralicttate convention met it Frtnlc (ort on that da; and eltcted delegate! to the Dallimore convention, all Greeley and Drown men. The Maryland Democratic conrention instructed its delegate, to rote against any other nomination other than Horace Greeley and Gratz Brown. There were only two counties in that atate that in fracted their delegate to favor a nomi nation. In Missouri there waa only one Oia"C Tbe Radicals exclaim that the coali tion of the Liberal Republicans and Democrats is for the purpose of placing tbe Democracy in power! What is this -oor aB'aclfnowTtilgment tKaFthe'TJemo cratie party has a majority in the states, and as soon as a Libera! is elected the political restrictions they Into ao rigidly enforced will be removed, and tbe pops Id tbe cveninp the conference...

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. — 26 June 1872

TMAE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Wo learn by tlio Dispatch that quite number of the citizens of Wtvverly tod Millwood townships ire opposed to tbo formation of a new tntnoial lovtnsh p out ot portions of their territory. Miss Mary l'rovines, of the barker Seminary, left fur Mexico !ait week. She !b an estimsblo lady, and the good -will of tho Trojans attend hot. We are sorry to learn that she will not return to teaoh next session. W. 8. Cooper has a largo supply of .Arbuckls's browned Coffee, the best in iuso, and will keep a full supply always on hand, besides everything else in the notion and grocery lino. no is receiving fresh supplies every week. Call at tho 'Novelty" and be posted before buying telrewhere. n2Gtf Guvatt. The called term of the Cir cu.it Court of this county for the trial of Guvatt met on the 18th. He doesn't want to bo tried in this county, and was remanded baek to jail until the Septum ber term, when his attorney will apply for a change of veuue. A drunken railro...

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. — 26 June 1872

XjITTIjE folks. "The Little VHpt nre AWrsI lit llratll" Old Woodeboppor. i ; tub a it art a wish. It ii Maid, but 1 will not nflirui tlio (ruth or tlio rtory, that h (irctty yollow canary, in a fit ol frctftiliiitsf, crioJ out om Jay, "1 niib I wero doao) I" Upun lilts tlio t or toinc-flieU cat looked up with a merry twinkle in hi eyes, and mid: "1 don t wonder at it, my poor dear, bhut up nj you aro in thut cago, it, is not atrange you should wish for death." "yes," cplfad tlio bird, "I am shut up, wliilo my friends aro out in the bright r,unliino sporting amoug the beautiful flow-ore It is too bad I" "So it la," rejoined tlio cat, in a tone of Uadcrness. " nd such a sweet singer as I am too," added the canary. "Yes, doarcst, your songs aro sweeter than those of the birds that are free. 1 'don't wonder you aro wrolchcd." "0, I do wish i were dead I" groaned the bird. ''-My life 1 all pain and vexa tion. I'm a poor miserable prisoner." "My little love," replied the cat, as he rose t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 3 July 1872

Tlio Lincoln County Herald VUIILISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY . BY VHEO. JO. JISIIEJR, $I.M A YEAR IN ADVANCE siNtiLH copihs tyivu cunts. EUCtENG li. SViOII, rEivrx,isrr, Troy, - - jlliMMOiiri. VkILL attend to all kinds of Dental work VV and guarantee entire satirfaction. lie will visit tlio different parts of tho county, previous 'notlco of which visits will lo given Office Front room over C. C. Ranadell's uooi ana onoe on re. ju!3nZ7 J. 0. aOODRICH. W. W. BIRK1IE AD GOODRICH &niRKHEAD, DENTISTS, Troy, - - Missouri. DR. BIRKHEAD will be In tho ofllco all tho time. Dr. GOODRICH will only bo hero Vrom tlmo to tlmo, due notlco of which will ho jlren. (Ins for tho PAINLESS extraction of ccth adinlnlatered at all times by Dr. Ulrkhead August 31, 1871. vCn26yl G. T. DUNN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, New Hopct - MIsNouri. VIII practico In tho Courts of tho Nineteenth J uilieul circuit, bpeclal attontlon given to col looting. " v7nlBin0p Ri C. MAGRUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cap-nti-OriM, - iTliMsoiii'i. Wil...

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. — 3 July 1872

THE HERALD. TROY. 310.. JI LY 3, 1872. FOR PRESIDENT, noit aci: ,ri:i:lev, Or .NEW YORK, ion VICE-I'RESIDEST. B. .IMTZ IIItOV, Or MISSOURI. lioes Grant Make Political Contracts? President Grant bat often been accused of bartering away tbo prerogatives se cured by his office; of appointing men to office for moneyed considerations, present!, &c., rather than for tbe merits or qualifications of the appointees, thus degrading the dignity of the position and rcaDinc a solden harvest therefrom. Ne potism was considered dishonorable by,ablcd volunteer soldiers who are in that the country in the past, and the Presi dents who have heretofore executed the requirements of that office, respected the j opinion, with a low exception1, perhaps. Graot, however, has carried it to such an extent that the appointments made outside of bis family relations hare been l,u.Sj.. mm mm rJ.Si mmsmimiam,, anil ilk chargo of buying and selling has boldly been made against him. Until recently, perhaps, there...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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