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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 25 December 1872

of THE HERALD LOCAL ANt COUNTY. Merry Christmas and Happy Now Year to oil 1 That ie not original, but it is good nevertheless, and wo mean it. An original story, by Miss S. A. Stuart, will nppcar in the nest number of the Herald. It is well writton, and we hope to bo favored frequently with her pro ductions. Do you want to mtko a us profitable Christmas' gift? Call and givo us a dollar, and tbo Herald will continuo to disponso plcasuro to your homes through out tho coming year. "Christmas comes but onco a year, drink egg nog" and pay your subscrip tion to tho Uerald. That doesn't rhyme, Vbut tho last part of the sentenco is of more importance to us than "simmon bccr." A Nimuod, Mr. James Ransdell of 'this place, one day last week killed seven wild geese at six shots ; and on Satur day be killed fort two rabbits and- over ono hundrod cedar birds. Who can beat it? Mr. Levi Garrett's infant son, about a year and a half old, had his leg broken one day Just week. A black boy was running ...

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. — 25 December 1872

J.ITTLE COLICS. TJU tilth Chip are Antr-Mf f tttart!" -Old Woodebipper. rilE KVIiNINtl 8TOHY. Now, we ar not sleepy, mother, Pee ho wide awake we teem I Idl ni something tweet to think of) Tall oi tornethlng tweet to dream. Tell the very iweettit itory Tbit you ever heird or read, And you'll teo that we'll ierneu.ber Crer; ilogle word you're ni l. Then I told them of a midnight la the yery long ago, When the iky wa full of angels, And from every shining row, In t voice of heavenly music, Came a lore! menage, given For the lake of one tweet lab; That til come one night lrom heaven, "Now plena tell ui Just another, Tell tbe sadJttt one you know;" And I told oT one who suffered, At be wandered to and fro : Doing good to all nround him, Without fear, or iln, or pride ; Illenlcg thoie who most ill-used him, For whoio take at lait ho died. "Now, pltase, Just one more, dear mcthcr, Tell uf now Iho strangest one," 60 I told them of a Journey On a mountain ton begun ; Through the azure, In a...

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. — 8 January 1873

Tlie Lincoln County HeraW FUDtilSREl) EVEUY WEDNESDAY BY 81.00 A TEaTuTaDVANCE MINGLE COPIES t'll'n CUNTS. j. c. aooDRicn. Vir. w. btiuciiEAD GOODRICH A ttlHKUEAO, bENTISTS, Troy, - - Missouri. DH.MlIUKlIEAT) will ha In the oHlce all the time, ,Dr. OOODItlCII Milt only bo here from tlmo'to time, duo nnlleo of which will bo ilvrn. Oils for tho l'AlNLl'-SS extraction of "iecth nilinlrilf tcrcj at all limes by Dr. Blrkboad. August .11, 1H71 . v8n2rtyl I G. T. DUNN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, -Vcw'Hopc, - - Missouri Will practice In tho Courts nf the Nineteenth tfudteat Circuit. Special altontlon given to col Meeting. V7nl0ra6p R. C. MAGRUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cnp-nu-Gns, - Missouri. Will practice in the Courta of Iho Nineteenth Judicial District. v7n5 W. C. McFARLAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, Missouri. Will practice In the Courts of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, aud will giro special attention to collection!. ODljc Front room over J. H. Knnx'a Dank. v7n10 CHAS. 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. — 8 January 1873

THE HERALD. f ROY. MO.. JANUARY 8,. J8 the iDURurktio'n 3F Got. Woodson lake plac to-day (Wadtfcrdaj A Jefferson City dispatch of t' e 4th lasts Uliif is gaining strength in thestna Mortal contest. Stokes, tlio murderer or )7itk, has been tonvicttd of ruordtr in tho first degree. Ilia attornoy will m5e for a new trial. A St. Joseph telegram says Gov VVoothioVa inaugural address will oppose th8 Constitutional convention movement It is aaid that the retirement of Sec retary Uoutwell from th Cabinet ia no longer doubtful. Judge lUchardsoo it ia supposed will be his successor. Both house of tho pennral aa-embly have been engagttl on a bill pottponing penalties on the collection of taxes ontil April. It was referred to a sjecial com mitteri 'Maj. Peers" of Wurrcnton ii the way the Republican correspondent writes it. About every other member is dubbed Maj , Col , L'apt , or some other title than plain "Mr." New York has been suffering severely I from tbo fire fiend. Last week a book binde...

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. — 8 January 1873

THE HERALD. COCAt AND COUNTY. Volume Eiuitr. WitU the pttioo tiumbor tho Uerald enters upon its eighth volume. Our future eoarso may t .judged by tho past, wijh wbatevsr im provement czperience may impart. Oar object has been to publish a cheap nd reliable county paper, and wn think we have not altogether failed in this. Our opinion of local and county matters will e expressed with tho samo iudependaace that has characterized tho Uerald hero- wore ; but wo would not liavo our headers believe that wo regard such views infalliblo, aud wo invito fair criticism of ll we may say, or of measures wo may ad ocato, assuring overy ono that they shall lie treated with tho greatest courtesy. Vo will indulgo in no vain promises of 'what we intond to mako tho Uerald ; those who havo subscribed for and read 'it regularly know whether it is worth tho p'nco--othcrs can form a correct .judgment in no 'other way, and if they -desiro to know what its worth is th'ey 'cannot do better than to subsoribo. ...

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. — 8 January 1873

SlWy r Poor Little sifpic filrard. T ftia 4iVm hj fc'WlaJctffiU ho, ticn vonnir nnil lionr. ntnom.l m. .,..,b I11 MV (ho "I'lonno II Hn m l,n.f" .1. . -i Dot r and italclf .ticrsunniMi said. . " . 1 I No, littlo boy." Tlio littlo boy vlo,o licatt waa too full for Utterance, clicwinir xinon .f i;.i i iii i . r.wv . i.u U Dtivn. no nau iiouui, villi a cent stolen from Inn i-onl nml tiious nunt, with Bobs plainly nuJible, and great globules ol water rolling down dib encom, puutd etlontly down tlio marble mcju of tho bank. Hemline his toblo form, the bank man do Iced behind n door, for lie thought the littlo boy wis eoing to shy a ttotic at him. Hut tho boy picked up Bomcthinj nod stuck it In hi poor but ragged jacket. Come here, little boy," und the boy did come hcr j and tho bank man said, ''L-o, what pic.esi tnou upf Ana lie answered, und replied, "A pin," and tbe bank man said, V Little boy, arc you good ?" and lie raid ho was. And the man raid, "How do jouvoto? excuse tnc, do you g...

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. — 15 January 1873

Tho Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY THEO. D. FWHER. 1.00 A IE AE IN ADVANCE INGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS. 0V. WOODSON'S INAlieillAL. Vfras Wordi about Retrenchment Reve nne legislation Plan for a New Con stitution Penitentiary Reform Coats In Criminal Caaes Ths'Democracy an Education Adjourned Sessions Con domed, c.,dkc. SfftATOM AHD BEPBlBlNTATIVtS t 'Co1 led at I hate been from tbe walks of .private life to the fint office within the gift of tbe people ef a great and prosper ous itate, I anure you that it it with teeny misgivings aBd with great distrait 'of ay abilities that I venture upon the discharge of official duties. No general Assembly wae ever convened and no gov ior was ever inaugurated in time ef pro found peace at a mora pregnant or trying epooh in our history than the present. In November last the people of Missouri, for the first time duriog tbe last decade, -elected, without let or hinderanee, tbe 'men of their choice to fill every respon sible position wi...

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. — 15 January 1873

THE HERALD. TROY MO.. JANUARY 15,1873."" It U Mid that tho , Katnas Senator Caldwell's election cost hitn $75,000. Tliif turn wss used in bsviog up votes Id the Itgislstart) of Ibst stats. The St. Clurlei News' Jefferson City correspondent speaks of M r. Dutchmundi, the engrossing clerk of the bouse, as "Mr. Dutch Moodsy." Death or Napoleon III. Louis Napoleon, France's exiled Emperor, died at Chiselhurst, England, on the 8th inst. The body will bo interred at Chiselhurst until it can be removed to France.. A suit cones up in the Supreme Court of the stite, which met at Jefferson City hit Monday, involving tho titlo to the whole tract or land upon which tho city of Sedalia is built. Mrs. Susan Cummins, a venerable lady of St. Charles, died at her residence, in that city on tho IeI inst., to the 74th year of her age. Sho had been a rest dent of St. Charles for moro than 35 years, was known personally or by repu tation to nearly all the citizens of that place, and was an estimable chr...

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. — 15 January 1873

THE HERALD. LOCAL and county. fc " ' Another interesting story from tho pen of Miss. S. A. Stuart will appeal in lie Herald noflt week. Attention is called to tbtiearii of Mess. Birkhcail & 'f homfaill. Thoy keep at their stables first class buggies and teams, aod their charges aro reasonable. Ileal card. Dr. W. W. Birkhead has movsd his office from this place to 40G LoeuBt -street, St. Louis, but will bo in Troy ono week of each month, duo notice of which will bo given through the county papers. Hon. E. B. Hull has writton us a latter trcquesting us to say to his constituents 'that if any of thcui ,lesir to havo any changes made in existing laws, or desire 'to propose new ones, and will forward ;iim copies of the eamo, ha will givo them 'liia immcdiato attention. Printing in colors, bronze, or plain lilack neatly executed at this office. Note ;and letter heads, bill heads, monthly statements, tho neatest of business cards, Hanks, checks, labols, envelopes, etc,, printed and del...

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 January 1873

Cot. Weedeoa'e Inaogwral CoUue fram First Page. general sse inbly, tod $80,000 for contin gent ex tifs. Under the act approved March 18, 1871, 83.481 00 vera appro prilled to pay member and defray con tingent exptnsft. lly the act approved January 29, 1872. (84 600 were appropri ated lor the py of tncmborj, and 851,000 for contingent expcnio. ISy tne act ap proved December 8, 1871, (40,000 were appropriated for the pif of members, & (40,000 for contttiyent cxpeniea. By the act of 30th of March, 1872, $18,00 were appropriated for the pay or nicni tera ; and by tbo act approved June ?.7, 1872, in addition to all the abova men tioned ium 846,004.70 wero apprapriattd To pay tba members of the general atsem fety and defray tht contingent xpneo thereof, making a grand total of (443, 045 70 that waa paid out of the atato trtainry to the members of tbo Twenty aixth general assembly for theif ervicos ajnd to defray tb contingent expenses incurred by (hem. To this laijfe sum tnuit be adde...

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 January 1873

m The Liiicota County Herald PUBMSIIED KVBMC VEDNE3DAV J II130. T FISHER, LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD, TERMS OP ADVERTISING. One SuaYe (10 Ifrieijor less, one Insertion... $1 19 Esch additional Insertion ... ........ To Administrators' Notices.1..-...... 3 00 Final Settlement Notices 3 00 Strsy Notices (single S OA $!. k TEAR IN ADVANCE. SlNUIitS COPIES FIVE CENTS. Kech additional stray In sain notice t 00 VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1873. NO. 3. $3r A Liberal Deduction will be mad to yearly adrertlsert. U T. DUNN, ATTORNEY AT WW, ftcw llpc, - ' lttagsonrl Will prnctlco In (be CourU tif (he Nineteenth -Judical Circuit. Special at toe Hon given to cot Wing. tTnHinftp R. C. MAGKtJDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CapvauCiri8, - Missouri. Will practice In the Court, of the Nineteenth Judicial District. v7ni W. C. McFARLAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, I'roy, - - Missouri. Will DMCtteo In the Courts of the nineteenth 'Judicial Circuit, aud will give special attention 1o collections. Olfije Front room ...

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 January 1873

THE HBKALB. fe'onalot llarfatf fcas given 910,000 If ft o tfuioi I'acifits fikilroaij notapany ta. Winter llorrm. lidwat Jfafwel lijtton.ilie well known Kngllbh author,. ifid. on (fat 18th iasC, Aged sixty ocn. - t T(t -CreU Mobilicf iuvcBiitlioti I jrmng, ftotno of oils oonurcunmen. Abe HUef. ScofOi of (hen avo eoilci their Old "Beans," Kannas Senator CuldweU, Mho paid oul 60,000 or 870,000 for too f ositioo, probably bo cipcllcd lor czlnvaganeo. A bill to furnith e25j00O,000 of addi tional currency to tbe West and South will aoon bo considered by tho congres sional cowtnittco od banking and cur tency. ' The board or inspectors of tho ptni tentiary, it is aaid, will recommend the pardon of thirty fivo convicts, thrco fourths of whose terms have expired. Senator Strotbcr has introduced in the state senate a bill allowing juries trying cases of murder in tho Grst degrco to fix tho punishment at imprisonment for life on conviction. Tho bill will pass the senate it is thought. An amend...

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 January 1873

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY A Bridge Grdliy Reeded. .Itistlco te the CltteeiiB l u. Large rr (luu of tlio County. Tho lato rains end freezes have ro tainded us forcibly of long and much heeded bridgo over tbo western fork of 'Cflivre river, in justice to tho citizens of Millwood, 'Wavcrly, Ninevcb, and a por tion of Prairio townships. At certain 'seasons it is almost impossiblo for those living between tbo forks of this stream to (jet to Troy to attend to business; aud "quito 'frequently the mails for that section tiro delayed days, and oven weeks. Tor example : The Probate Court was in session last week, and two citi zens living in that region, whoso busi ness with tbo court was of suoh import 'adce that they were compelled to attend, Wro delayed until tho very last day of ''tho term boforo they could get hero, and 'then tbey only did to through the most persevering endeavors and great risks. Air. E.G. Sitton, cz-publicadniinistrator, after several unsuccessful attompts finally 's...

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 January 1873

AH Hfttifls Brlff. A R0o(! i'ory is told of n parrot Vrho ?itd always lived on board of a chip, but Who escaped at ono of the Southern ports and took rcfugo in & church Boon ftcrtcard tiie conrcpation afpetu bled, f ad t!:c rsinUiei began prr-acliing 10 liictn in his earnest la-lnon Eijitij: (hero Wis no virtue in llicin, that ever; tmB of ibotf Would gn to bull unless they (pceelily rcpente d Just as he rpokc the feoience, up spoke ibis parrot from his biding place': All hand bcton !" To si j that "all hand," rcro startled, old boa mild may of potting it. flic peculiar voice aod unknown source bad tuuch mote effect on them than the par Ron's Toice ever bad lie Mailed a mo ment and then, a shade or tiro paler, he repeated the warntnj. "All bands below 1" again rang out from somewhere. The preacher started from his pulpit and looked nnxiouily around, inquiries If anybody bad spoken, "All hands below!-' was the only fenlv. at wbleh the entire Ditiic-Mrickcri congregation got up, a...

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 January 1873

Tho Lincoln County Herald VUBLISHEP SVBRT 'WKDKJCSUA.V iTHBO. D. FtSIlfeU , t.ft A YEAR IN ADVANCE. MINGLE COPIES FIVE C 12 NTH. BSSSS2i' 6. T, DUXN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, New Iloe, - Missouri , Wlll'pr'nc(lci) (n tho Court i nf the Nineteenth 'Judical Circuit. Special attention glren to col Wing. V7nl5m6p R. C. 3IAGRUDEH, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, (ap-ftuClris, - Missouri. Will practice tn the Courti of thn Nineteenth 'Judicial District. ' v7n W. C. McPARLAAD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, - - Missouri. Will practice In the Courts of the Nineteenth 'Judicial Circuit, aud will give tpecial attention to collection!. Ofllje Front room over J. It. Knox'i Dank. v7nl6 CHAS. MARTIN, Jr., ATTOBNEY AT LAW, Troy, - - Missouri. Will practlc In all the Court! of the Nine ttenth Judlolal Circuit. Special attention given to the collection of debti. 6n39 A. V. MoKEE. E. N. BONFILS. McKEE fc BOftFILS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Troy, - - Missouri. Will practice in the varloua Courta of thli and adjoining countiea. Special atte...

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. — 29 January 1873

THE HERALD. TROT. MQm JAMAIY it, I87 Philadelphia bit pledged 20,000 to ward I bo cnteanit eelclralinu. The aieonot paid the twenty seTcnlb ffCnvrp I blr wp t the 25th iotl., is 922,537 10. 1 1 eotU lo legislate. A bill Iteming all persons goiltj of juaad larceny do nr convicted of Btel ii.g hogs, sheep, thicken, Ac , is Mow the tcgiilatiftt judiciary coeiruittcc. A bill giving widows claiming dowetc one-third of real estate in Tee instead of liTe eitate ai at preterit, has been rc (cried by the lower branch of the general aicmbly to the judiciary cotnoiitit. A desperado mined Bill Wi'son shot down in cold blood a sou of Col. 11 Williamson, la Shelby Ciiy. Boyle coan'y, Ky., Sunday night, 19th inat. It was bit fourth murder in the atatc. A bill has been introduced in tbe Leg lilituraproviding for tbc redemption of real estate sold under caeculion, by giv ing the debtor nine months to redeem the same on payment of ten percent, in terctt and tho purchase money. Governor Woodson has of...

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. — 29 January 1873

jy HE HERALD, LOCAL AND COUNTY. Jenut Teage, of tfcil eotmly, !ti been jurdonoJ bj tie Uovcroor. Dr. K. L. Sydnor had resumod tho firictie of dentistry tt this pluct. See ard. M. T. Iintton btviog purchased the Troy tiakerj will supply ila former ens tomers with bread, cakes, &o. Uo is mking an cxcelhn quality of bread. Wo ar pleased to learn that Mrs. Jos. Norton, who was accidentally shot on tho 30th ult., an account of which was given Aa the Herald, is slowly recovering. The squabbles over tho coal lands in this county have protty much stoppod operations at tho mines, and as a conse quence coal is getting scarce If any body bar a selling supply, information of th fact will bo thankfully received at this office. Drs. Ilutt & liourlaml hitvo moved their office to tho room formerly oocupiod by Dr. Waddy, whero they may always bo found during office hours, unlesn pro I'cssionally engaged ; and as Doctors need money as well as other people, they ur pcntly request all who aro i...

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 January 1873

mm rr rttiaiftt tt m fUecl tea th fttitctt thai tn front 3rt Ri it- Sin, then if likoly lo bo t famine in Ire land, it i Mid itiit the "rot" feu f tob obly "holly destroyed lb poltto crop in that country, and that thousanda of acic tit hdglisn potato Ileitis have iuflied If om the same causa. American can form but rery faint idea of tfce tAiaery shst theso statement if they aro Ifuo forcstiadovr. Our turn Country is ao ctlcnsito, iia firoduc tioni are to varioun, and the runs of the f'cople ao ''well off'1 that the failutu of uno kiod cf focd would not hring wijo tprcad disaster. But the Irish rely upon the potato as the.r principal article ol lict -not is they did thirty ycara aj;o but stilt $ their rutin support, and il taken from them, tcrriblo buffering trill It) low. The mtsrti of tlio Irith aro poor. The loss of their principal crop will reJuea tbeta to uttrr destitution. Il commerce brings food to their seaports they will hare no money to offer for it Besides thi, their ignor...

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 February 1873

Tie Lincoln County lferald ijfUBUSIISD KV8KY WEDNK3DfV ir Sf.Ofr A YEA! IK APTAMCK. fit NtllR tOt'lKI JK1VE CI2XT8. K. I.. SYDIVOH, DENTIST, Troy, - - Missouri. Will vlilt tho Tnrtoui towns In tho county from time ti time, due notice of which trill bo (iron. vHn-tly G. T. JDUtfN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HVeW Hope, - - Missouri 'Will pracllco In tho Courts of tho Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Special altontlon given to col Meeting. v7nl(!ruup It. C. MAG II (JDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cnp-nu-iiris, - Missouri. Will practice in tho Courts of tho Nineteen)!) uuaiciai District. v7ns W. C. BIcPARLAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, Missouri. Will practice In the Court, of tho Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, and will give tpecial attention iw vuiieuiiuiis. vuue j-roni room over J. II- Knox's Bank. v7n!6 CIIAS. MARTIN, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, - - Missouri. Will prnctica In alt tho Court, of the Nine teenth Judicial Circuit. Special attention given to the collection of debt,. vfln.li) A. V. SIcKEE. E. N. DONFIL...

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 February 1873

THE HERALD. tflOV. M0 FKMBUAUY 5, 187. : " iATCslBesi of tka ftehoe) Fu. Onj of the wont features of the Dm eooisn coostitalioo, probably, trss ibe lection Mqtming that tho stats fcbool fund sboalil be invested only in United State bonds. In Ills speech, dclivcied in tba hotue of rcpresentatirc to years ago, Col. Hott folly erpoied the ruinous polity of tbi eecticu, clearly showing the fcreal lose to the sttte occssioned thereby, Mil the Tfcaty-sitb general assembly, of which hi was a mcaiber, submitted an ttaeadmeot to the constitution prosidioa: that the acbool fund mj be ''invested io the bonds of the State of Missouri, or of the foiled States," which wai ratified by tka people at the last general election The amendment is now in force. Wa aee, by tba Auditor's report for th jean 1871-2, just published, that the state cchool fond amounts to $2,570,100, (920.000 of which are invested in Mis sourl sit per cent, coupon bonds and ccitiGcatei of indebtedness, while over a bullion and ...

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