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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 20 November 1872

THE. HERALD LOCAL AND COUNTY. 1)1 HI), At Clorksvlllo, nu tbo 2nd lnt, EDWAMl I,. hiucnlii Comity coal Mines. Mr J. D Silver, nf 1 till I 'I llti n .,! In Iliiliunn, otic of tlio lun-i-st kIup tl-nlili.ru , only ion or Henry nnd Celine Uulley, ngcit 1 year initio Lincoln countv cnnl n.i.in.. ..ml , nl 8 months. .... I-...I:.... . .... n t ' ' imu it-iiuum muni ni mi nm-.,,!.... ..... "It enows." ciictl tlm school bovn last ji thu city Momluv la,!. l'rn, 1,i, - I VriJuy tit'iil Sulurduy. One Joo Kiii'ier win. iirtentuil ami lodged in jail in Troy last 8utiJtiy (or stealing un ovorcout from the Laclede Hotel. ' The Columbia Hsrnld, ono of our highly prized exchanges, cotnes to us th'js eek enlarged to a nino column paper. The Herald rauks among the 'best papers that grace our tublo, and is always a wolconio visitor. Our best 'wishes aro extended it. Troy Literary Association met ot tho court bouse Monday oveniug and re organized, Chas. Martin, Jr., in the chair, andO. W.Colbort secret...

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. — 20 November 1872

"Tkt Liutt CKSj art SnrrH J. ftfrt." Old Wc-oJeserf. irv.i r Vssslfusi: meaj.. Three littlt children iter tittio tn lb room odo ivcntD while iheir aether was butv ironing JoIiodt, Fred id LouifJ. Johnny Mie nine jtm old, and lit read tloud to hit little brother in J slitan. Wbenevor thy caml to dt nord liny could not understand, their mother would Mil them what it Meant. Louise held up ker band for attention. "I'd like to have mother tell us bat unitlfiih meant. Matbs I do knor, but I want her to tell it her wav," said the child. "I will illustrate 'it by a little atory, when Johnny is through reading, and I am done ironing," said their motbnr. Then after while she told this story: "One time there were three little chil dren, and their mother told them she would givo each one a fenny for every ix 6RC8 they brought in the home. The oldest child brought six or eight eggs a day, but the youngest ones couldn't find any. Their nests were all low down in quiet place, easily reached. Hut 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. — 27 November 1872

" a i ii tt TERMS OV ADVKH USING. Ono Square (ID lins)orlesa,on4lnaertlon...$l t Kach additional Insertion. 71 Administrators' Notices , I 00 Final Settlement Notices 1 00 Stray Notices (single stray) S 00 Kach additional stray in same nollco 1 On J-.kI' A Liberal Deduction will U inmle lo yearly advertisers. The Lincolu County Herald VUBLI9HBD EVERT WEDNESDAY XHEO. d'.'pISHER. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 7. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1872- NO. 48. $1.00 A YE AM IN ADVANCE MINGLE COPIES FIVR CfcJIIH. J. C. GOODUICH. W. W. BIIIK1IEAD OOIRIII tVBIRKIIEAl), DENTISTS, Troy, - - ItliNsouri. DR. DIRKIIEAD will he in the ofllco alt tho time. Dr. UOODHICH will only be here from time to time, due notice of which will be gtron. OAS for tho PAINLESS extraction of teeth administered at nil tlmoi by Dr. Blrbbead. Auguit 31, 1871. v6n26rl G. T. DUNN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Vew Hope. - - Missouri. Will practioe In the Courta nf the Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Special attontlon given to col lectl...

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. — 27 November 1872

THE HERALD. TROY. MO., NOVEMBER 27, 1872. Grant Is busy writiug up hit message, nd revcites uo visitors. Texn rends an unbroken Democratic delegation tu Congress of six members. Tbe epizootic seems lo be on the in eresse, aid is spreading wsst and south. Tbo Fulton Telegraph entered upon its iweDtv-clehth volume on the 22d inst. Mill Sallie Rollins, daughter of Hon Jae. S. Rollins of Columbia, did at Denver on the 20th inst. The official vote of the slat fur rot erner is: Woodson 15G714; Uender eon, 121,271 ; Woodson's majority, 35, 443. A new Democratic) paper is to be martyrized in Washington City. It is only proposed to sink a hundred thou Bind dollars, It it probable there will bt a session of the Foriy-third Congress immediately after the close of tbo present, on the 3d of March. Judge Buckner's majority for Congress in this district was 8,345. Warren was the only county that gave a majority for Judge Fogg. Thirty divorces wars granted by the Cireuit Court of St. Louis, one day...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 27 November 1872

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Mr. Jeff. ForRy of PaynesTtllo passid through Troy Isst Monday with Isrgi drove of Soe mules for Iks Stuthsrn mirkct. Dentibthy, Dr. J. U. Goodrich will b in Troy nxt Monday, Dctmbr 2d, to remain ana week. Offico with Dr. Birkhead, ovor Mrs. Sedlacek's millirjsry itoro. Ths Loclsde oan furniih fa mil its dcair log board with tha most cosnfartabU auiti rf room to b had in Troy. Board reasonable, and attentions Grst clss. Di.tompar among horses is quite prftv alent hereabouts. A number ara suffer lag with fforentss of tho throat and ran ging at the noao. Perhaps it is a mild form of tho epizoetio. Ne town in the itato can pride itielf ' better hotel than the Laclede at ihii place. With its spacious apartments, wholesome table and enterprising propri etors, travelers cannot fail to appreciate the comforts offered them. The season continues dry, and in many places water has given out. Wagons may bo seen daily at the town spring hauling away water, and stock...

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. — 27 November 1872

Ttt LitlU Ckipt an Xtarlt th, Unrll" Old Woodchopper, rPron (ho New York Observer WALKS AND TALKS WITH BIRDS. "Come, Auntie, let u po to tho wod," my nephew, flerbtrt Wilder, as I appeared, lrow?l ! hand, all icady (o vaga war upon ttio weeds in my crden, "let us co to tho woods and have a talk about ttio birds, Never isiodi the flewcri," ho added, as lie looked at say towel; "some, other timo will do for that, you don't havo rao every day, and you had better make the most of me while you can." The words were lightly spoken, but I took them iu earnest. My theory has always been, as regards children do all you can to make them happy and give them joyous childhood to look back upon come must Uste after the sorrows of mature life to them (as sooner or later, they corxe to all of us;) give them a for simple pleasures, and leach them to "look through Nature up to .Natures God. S.i my trowel was iJ mod ire set off for the woods. laid He are both of us truo lovers of Nature, and, a ltl - -...

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 December 1872

Tho Linooln County Herald PUBLISHED EVBIIT WEDNESDAY THEO. I. FISHER. UNCOLN COUNTY HERALD. tCRM.0 UT AI)VERISNll. One Square (10 llhes) or le, one Insertion. ..$1 (0 Each ddlttonal Insertion. To Administrators' Notic 1 00 final Settlement Hotlcei. 00 Stray Notices (single stray) - B 0 Each additional stray lo same notice I 00 ?,ir A Liberal deduction will be snad to A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. 7. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1872. NO. 40. yearly advertisers. IIXfilE COPIED PIVE CENTS. J. C. GOODRICH. W. W. BIRKHEAD GOODRICH fc III RKHEAD, jDEIVTISTS, TrVs ITIiasonri. DR. BIRKHEAD wilt be In the office til the time. Dr. GOODRICH will only ba her from time to time, duo notice of which will be given. Qua for tho PAINLESS extraction of teeth administered at all t linos by Dr. Blrkbead. Augnit 31, 1871. v6n20l G T. DUNN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, New Dope, - - Missouri. Will practice In the Courts nf the Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Special attontlon given to col 'Itctlsg. V7nl6m6p Re C. 9IAGRUDE...

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 December 1872

THE HERALD. TROf. MO.. DECEMBER 4, 187& Ceurets met last Monday, M irlun lias biiD re elected Senator from Indisnue by t Urfc ttajofifv. ''heto are nid to be 800,000 Indians itbio the limits ol th United tint, of which number 07,000 ire civilized, !25, OvO ccaii civilized and 78,000 wholly un civilized. Tliia is eicluslvo of Alaska, O'Conor's vote iu this state eras '2,429 reason ef tbii ii, we presume, tbat those Democrats who couldn't eat' possum knew there wet no ciiaace for O'Cooor, and did not vote at all. The role of the next Congress will probably ba a spirit of generous telarancc toward the Liberal Ilopublicani, Tor the purpose if possible of drawing them into tbe fold again, This, if the; io not press a faelioi. opposition. "M. II. U ," tbe St. Louis Republican's torrtspooieut, lectured in St. Louis last week, in which she paid her addresses to all tbe prominent lecturers of tbe djy. The effort was humorous throughout and h Qne piece of satire. Uur neighbor of the Dispa...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 4 December 1872

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Action t coratuonoed this wctk tn tb Circuit Court by the St. Louis, Han nibal nod Ksokuk railroad company, asking fer (ho appointment of commis sioners to assess damages and benefits on all lands through which the road rum and tht right of nay has not been given. Taxes Yur 1872. Th law ol 1872 compels the Collector, after the first of December, to proceed at onco against all 'persons who have failed to pay their lazes. When he has given notice of levy and seizure of property, the cost and of pontes are added to the taxes. It would bo woll for thoso of our citizens 'who havo not paid their taxes to guard against this, and pay up before sucli levy 'is made. The Collector is liable to heavy penalties if ho does not perform 'his duty, so fer bis and your own sake, promptness is advisable. After having been anxiously looked 'for by the wotkmen on the railroad through this county for two weeks or more, tho paymaster last week put in an appearance, but we und...

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 December 1872

UXTXXiE FOLKS. OH Wcodthtr,pr. JVPJTKIt, THE ST. DOG. Jupiter wii cubic fellow, drawn tod itroDg and lundnci, tuai uriug t from lit ooia to bit tiil't ad, of ft rich jallow brown color, and hit tjti, oh I tbtjr were to meltiDi; and o aapaciotii, it wit difficult to think tbcj btlorigtd onlj to a dog. Hut theagb enly a deg, be w oo of tbe bighcet of tbe race, far tbii reaioo, that hit whole life wa apent in tarinfr the lira, of ttb.n, and could yon or I dol"T "uu P any thin;; latter than that? Hit boat wit the ejonatttry ef Mont Bt. Bernard, I don't know whether he kad Uea hern there ; hit forefatban wane originally from Spain, from the nnv aouth, with itt vineyards and orance erTei. What a contrail to the' ttrnal ice and enow wbcte wo 2nd him ! I don't know whether he ever played aa other pupr.it do , hit after life wai 10 Crar. .-el. wurlc , ,.1 ' (trough, I think it mutt baro thrown itt tbadowi well over bit youth. At any rate be bad Lten trained Tram bit (.arlicr )) to follow (he...

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. — 11 December 1872

Tho Lincoln County Herald NJBLISUED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THEO. I. FISHER. $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE SINGLE COPIES VIVli CENTS. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERM8 UV ADVER USING. Ono Square (10 lines) or less, one Insertion. ..t iO Each additional Insertion. 7 Administrators' Notice II CI) Final Settlement Notices I 00 Stray Notices (slnglo stray) S 00 VOL. 7. lincli additional stray In same notice 1 00 jTaJ- A Liberal Deduction will be msde to TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1872. NO. 50. yearly advertisers. J. C. GOODRICH. W. W. 1IIKK1IKAD GOODRICH & JlIKKIIIvAI, DENTISTS, Troy, - - Missouri. DR. 131 UK HEAD will be In the offlco all tho time. Dr. aOODKICH Kill only bo hero from time to time, due notice of which will bo .jilven. 0 for tho 1'AINIiESS extraction of loeth administered at all tlraci by Dr. Birkhcsd. August 31, 1871. v6n20jl G. T. DUNN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ;cw Hope, - - Missouri. Will practlco In tho Courts nf tho Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Special attontion given to col lect...

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 December 1872

TUB HERALD. TROT. MO.. liECEMBElt II, 1872. Tbo St. Louis 'I t Die 6rts tliu taw horses litre it in thtit citj, aid wouJ It tdvoncing. Tbo Radicals uf Conimss cists the Liberal Republicans with tbo Demo crats, Senator Sunnier has heart disease, ilo bad a sharp attack of tlio coipplaiul on the cvoninc or tat 3d lost., while on the street in Watliinpton. A Crow flew dll Ihd waj from Culifor nia to Louif inna, Mo., to roost in Strange quartern Mr. J. A. Crow and Mi si Mi rrctva Strange, by Kid. J. II. Horry, The Clarksville Sentinel is anxious for the epizootic to get out auiocg the senn fofisl aspirant! of this itate. Why, neighbor, do yoil want our commonwealth to be depopulated ? Tho favor New York Herald and Times a Ceustitutithal amendment pro tiding for (bo election cf president and lice president by a direct voto ol the people instead of by "(factors. Tbt Alabama "legulaturo" that elected Spencer, is trying to obtain the recogni tion of Grant. It has to sit in the court house no...

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 December 1872

kjiVai-i-j,--i sSw -- THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTV. Mr. Julm A. Sitton or Falmouth died 'on the 30th ulc. Ho was a good and fubstnntinl citizen, mid liis loss will bo felt in that section. The proprietors of the Lacledo Ilottl at tliis Ilaca, li.ivo deeoratsd their baso "incut room with handsome billiard table. t The turkey sont us for thanksgiving was too thin ; we could Bee through it. Hope our Christmas turkey will havo moro substanco about it. Dentistry. Goodrich & Hirkliood, 'Dentists, will be in Now llopo on Mod "day, the 10th inst., and will remain dur 'ing tho week, for tho purpose ot perform 'iDg dental operations. Wagons. Our enterprising wagon manufacturer, Mr. F. W. Harbaum, has now on hand a good stock of wagons and buggies ready for the market. They aro gotten up in tho best style, and war ranted. Ci.OSKi)'--lrof. J. H. Gaff has dis 'continued the school at Christian In stitute. He was ordained as an elder of tho Christian 'Jhurch last Sunday, and will leave us in ...

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 December 1872

Ad Olfi Man's Slorjr. eo!lectluM of a Terrible Kent. Broni llic Lynchburg Virginian. "I, sri au old man. 01 J ago dnclli Much on the time past; ami atnonc ilie luultitudo of renxuibraticos of ruy boy hood and youth, nuns re mure vivid ihtu those connvclad with th burning of tbo llichinsud theater on the night uf the 2Uth of December, 1811. Two gen erations tmvo aitice cotno und pone, and perhaps what I writ may bo of iiiterost to thoao now living. "I nna then a schoolboy in Hichmatid, very nearly twelve years old. My pa rents residing in the country, were in 'town for the winter. Tliuy generally csehewed the theatre, but that tTttiiiig were persuaded by tuiue young friends to accompany thorn. Others from our boarding house, to the number of nine or ten, likewise attended. The play was orer and the after piece had jutt begun The acton paused and tccuod coufused ; tod at tbo same tiuio Gr fell on the tago. An actor then cauie forward and nonounccd, 'Ladies and gantlctuen, the theater ...

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 December 1872

The Lincoln County Herald rUDMSIlKD EVERY WEDNESDAY THEO. I. FISHER. -1.00 A I E A R IN ADVANCE SINGLE COPIEH VIVE CENTS. J.O.OOODRICH. W. W. DIRKUEAD CIOODRICH &BIRKHEAD, DENTISTS, Troys - Missouri. DR. BIRKHEAD will be In th offloe alt the tint. Dr. GOODRICH Kill only be her from time to tlmt, due notice of whloh will be given. Oas for the PAINLESS extraction of teeth administered it all timet bjr Dr. Blrkbead. Autftrst 11, 1871. von2oyl G. T. DUNN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, "New Hope - Mlsaotirl. Will practice in the Court of the Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Special attontlon given to col 'looting. v7nlflmBp Re C. MAGRUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'Cnp-nu-CJris, - Missouri. Will practice in the Courti of the Nineteenth Judicial Dlitrlct. v7ni V. C. McPARLAjVDj ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, Missouri. Will practice in the Courta of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, and will glre apodal attention to collection!. Offlje Front room over J. R. Knox'a Bank. v7nU CIIAS. MARTIN, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, Mi...

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 December 1872

THE HERALD, TKOr. MO.. DKliiMBtiK IS, 1872. Constitutional ConreaiieBi A desperate effort is being made by a portion of tht Democratic press to hove tho next iceion of the legislature call a convention for ibo purpoie of drawing up a new cnnMitulion for ibe state to be submitted to tbe people. Tho dciiro arises in a majority of cases out of tbc registration fealuroa of our present eon ttitutioD, the odvocatci of tho niOTe desir ing to return to first principle! and do away with tbe formalities now required of voters. This is tho general lever that propels the move; but tlio St, Louis Dis patch thinks there aro others, and refers to those section;) of tho instrument that relate to tbe city and county of St. Louis, believing that if there were eomo nther system provided for tho election of rep resentatives in tho districts comprising that county, a more ob!o delegation would result. The arguments used by the former may bo summed up in tho cost of regis tration to the state, sod the in...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 18 December 1872

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Beautiful toilet Bets at Hast'i. Clirisltuas prcsotits and toys at East's drug eloro. Mr. Gordon, I ho gcntUtnun wo mcn lioncd last week as having smallpox, died Sunday mornitip. Tlio ladies of Troy nro bustle-ing around, preparing for tho nuptials of Br. M. N. Mol.cllan and Miss Susio Young. Tlio affair comes off to morrow (Tuursday) overling. Miss Stuart has secured tho Christian Institute building in whick to conduct her school. Sea advertisement in another column. Miss Stuart is giving entiro (satisfaction, and wo hopa to ice her school succeed. Mr. Ilcury T. -Much), judgo olect of tho county court, wo aro sorry to learn, is very sick with pneumonia. Dr. Mudd of tho Dhpalch informs us that ho was soma better last Monday morning, sinco which time wo have not heard from him. Al. T. iSruton soils groceries as cheap as any store in Troy, and always keeps tho best quality. Tho highest market prico paid fur bacon eggs aud country produce of all kinds. Cal...

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 December 1872

XjJTTHiE FOLKS. 9U IMt CUpt art A'mrttt I, llmrit" Old Wovdthirt'Sr. A70 IF LETTER WEST TO J'Al'A "Vat don', auntie'" "Writing letter," responded" aontit wbo, with a LuDcti of envelope, and a qtsin of paper before, her, was tcrj deep ia bailout. Th fat, dimple finger Hole up, aod toacbad an uuGnuhod pile. "Oaa, two, free, four, atoon 1" coanicd Tiny, wbo alwaji cherished tbe belief that 'amsn" atood far a full (top, and Bade um of it accordingly. "Vat for jou write letters, auntie I" "Oh to tend to our friends," replied aotie, bending over her work, and tptakiog in a roice that teemed to itaue from bar tjulrowi. "Vhere ia jour friends ?" persevered the child. "Everywhere," taid auntie, "ho hip penad to be writing that word at that oaaent. "Dots letters go everywhere ?'' "Yes," responded auntie, absently. "Would a Utter go to papa ?" "Y-," aaid auntie, again, who by this tine was in the ve'y heart of a brilliant description and did not bear. "How does this Utter go ?" urged she again...

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 December 1872

The Lincoln County Herald PUUMSHED KVKllY WEDNESDAY VftXESO. 13- FISHER. $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE UNtiLE COPIES fc'IVK CUNTS. J.C.O00DRICII. W. W. MltKHEAD -,OO0RICll A niKKHIvAU, Troy-, Missouri. Till. DIRKHKAD will be In tho office all tho U time. Dr. (JOODHICH trill only bo hern from tlrao to tlrao, duo notice of which will be siren. 'Qua for the PAINLESS extraction of 'teeth administered at all times by Dr. Blrkbcad August 31, 1871. vfin26l G. T. DUXN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Slew HoVe, - Missouri. Will practice In the Courts of tho Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Special attontion given to col 'lec'ting. v7nlAui6 Re C. MAGRUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'n-ii(-CriM, - Missouri. Will practice in tho Courta of tho Nlnetconjh Judioiil District. v7n5 W. C. McFARLAXD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, - - Missouri. Will practice in the Court! of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, nud will giro (pedal attention to collections. OBhe Front room over J. R. Knox's Bank. v7nt6 CIIAS. MARTIN, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, -...

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 December 1872

THE HERALD. TBOV. MO. HtiCKMRet 25, 1872. Tlir Drlfefd Cogr$sei The committee appointed to look into the Credit Mobilicr bribery charges i working tbe matter up Irately. Last week Oakee Ames was beforo this body, ad wit citmincd by it, in which his trioiautlooa with tho tr.cmbur.i of Oon (run were shown, lie said that a nuni bcr of congressmen, (jiving thctr natnee, owned somo of this Credit Mobilier stock, and that ho held it in trust for, and paid the dividends to them. By this statement it is c-tablished that certain members of Congress have invested in one manner or other in Credit Mobilicr or Union Pacific stock ; and sinco the fact has come 10 forcibly to light, instead of further denying all kuowledgc of tho (Fair, they now only attempt to evade the chargo that tbey gave their votes instead of their money for it. Tkey will now confess to the ownership of uch stock, former denials to the contrary notwithstanding, and declare hcir right as ooressmeo to iotest io this or any oth...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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