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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 5 February 1873

- ... .- hit 'in r w r pension 'Ostcwood has placed u: uiidn jftlifTAtioM for valualilu favors. J(fr. . fl. Ho matt A I u wily left ifiu placo for Tcx, ycslorday, bj tho qvim jaflj route. Thfl thctuoutstor Hood at .37 degrees below zero fct the Buffalo Nurerr, ilirjo tuiles eoutlienst of Troy, stul nt a.r dc prers bclo in ton, last Wednesday ttiorning about ft o'clock . Printm-,' in colors, bronec, or plaio Llack neatly executed nt this office. Noto And letter heads, bill heads, monthly Titatcments, the neatest of business cards, blanks, checks, labels, cnTolopcs, etc., printed and delivered promptly. Send in yonr orders. Drg. Ilutt Bourland havo moved their office to the room formerly oocupicd by Dr. U'addy, whero thoy may always 'bo found during offico hours, unless pro t'cssionally engaged ; and as Doctors need tnoney as well as other people, they ur gently request all who .nre indebted to them to call and settle up old accounts. SflOT Througu the Lunci On the 2lU ult., James 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. — 5 February 1873

Yankee "Swops.' The Siton'a Hivcr (Vermont) Idler l-o tLe Boston Herald j;ivo the follow ing graphic account of tLo tninia for trading in the Gtccrj Moutitiin tt.-: A bono trader, or on wbo doci tte ilbor fellow op brown, ii looked upooj 40 itiis teciioo as a nt canui.Jaio o: toy. f . 1.1. pur, ani it usually nommsled for the1 be.t office in town. When he hai met with inrrxi in thai Hr,,. l l. it,. fidence of tho.o .ho have not only .uf - icrcd ty tus keennc'j, but tremble leit they aboold get Hack on (be next trade. for trade these peoplo will. Tberc is not dry gocdi store, a croccry, a harness ahop, or any other kind of a chelang, where there is not a nightly trade made, all the way from an old-fatihioncd jack knife to a pair of two year old tteers. nod the o J the .mbitiou, youth who pjlm. off a andlo without bladea IS usually looked pon a posseting qualification! ttni- h upon ncn.l, fitting him for college or a. the til Cirt. One of my olJ fticod, who lir.d here f .r.r1 r.itnl. ...

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 February 1873

The Lincoln County Herald. .PUBLISHED HVHRY WEDNESDAY BY 61.00 A YEAR IK ADVANCE single: copied wve cents. E la. SYDNOH, DENTIST, TfVf9 - - Missouri. Will visit tho various towns In the county from 4im i nine, uuo nouco 01 wnicu if 111 to given. ATTORNEY AT LA IV, Wctr Hope, - - Missouri Wlllpractloo In tho Courts nf tho Nineteenth judical uircmt. Special attuntlon glvcri to col v7nlCmCp It. C. MAG RUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ttap-aii-tirig, - Missouri. Will practice In tho Courta of tho Nineteenth Judicial District. v7u& W. C. BIcFARLAXD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, - - Missouri. Will prnclloe in the Courts of the Nineteenlh Judicial Circuit, nud nlll giro special attention to collection . Offlic Front room over J. K. jtnox iianx. V7nla CIIAS. MAHTINj Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, - - Missouri. Will practice In all the Courts of the Nine teenth Judicial Circuit. Special attention civen to tho collection of debts. vSn39 A. V. McKEE. E. N. BONFILS. McKEE & IIOIM IL, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tr...

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. — 12 February 1873

THE HERALD. TROY. 110.. FKBKUARV 12. 1875. Tba coanling of Ibc f residential elec toral tote like pltcc to diy, the l?(b. 1 he boprensc Court of tbo stale hit decided that the toarjfbip organisation law is constitutional. Tbe St Charlea Newa that city hti aabicribsJ $100 000 ai an induce meat ior the establishing nf car theps there. Tbe conititutional convention qoestron tncvea along alowljr. At the tiipbt tee ion lait Saturday, heo it wa to be con ctdcred, a quorum was not present. Four negro codti'cU of tbe Mitaoari penitentiary escaped from a quarry where Ihey were at work latt triday evening. They were fired upon by the ptnrd, but only one of them wat captured. Tbe legislative, committee on peniten tiary have reported farorably on tbe bill introduced in the senate a abort time tioce providing for tbe establishing of a jurentle, penal and reformatory iottitution. A few amendments were euggestcd by the committee, which were agreed to. An amendatory bill baa been placed before the ...

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 February 1873

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Tho Methodist of Nineveh, in this county, liaro purchased a lot in that town, nd nro preparing Tor tho erection of houao of worship. Dentistuy. Dr. J. 0. Uuudrich will he iu Troy on Monday the l7th of the prciont month', and will remain one week. Iw. Dr. V. W. Birkhcnd nil) also bo here on tho 17th to remain one week. What I do you think I will administer gai and. pull your teeth fur nothing and tgifo you something to drink ? W.MT. B1HKUEAD, (Proprietor of St. Louis Dental llooms, 40G Locust street. Printing in colors, bronze, or plain lck neatly executed at this office. Note 'and letter heads, bill heads, monthly statements, tho neatest of business cards, blanks, checks, labels, envelopes, etc., printed and delivered promptly. Send in yonr orders. Kn:oma. Tho attention of our read era is directed to tho following little "enigma." It contains n Rood deal of sound sense : I V Y 0 U 0 W E P 0 It Y 0 U 11 1' A P E 11 P A y u p Tho Cold Water, Pleasant Grov...

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. — 12 February 1873

Mlitrat trealih of Missouri, tm the ditto lemto oo th 21st ultimo, SeDiter V, A. ltozisf, chairman of tbe committee en mines and manufactures, reported a bill lo provide for the publi cation of the geological report, aod to tpfropriate money therefor, lie esti mate that it will cot (9,000 to publwh 2,000 copies nf Prof. Pumpclly's report embracing 400 pagos, besides bis act om psojinir illustrations and plates ; and that 2,000 copies of Prof. Swallows' (un published) report, numbering 400 pagef, and 3U0 more rajti of maps and, itlustra lions making 4,000 copies io all can I b published for 812,000. In advocating an appropriation fur this purpose, cent tor Roricr aaid : Mr. l'reideu In view of the fact that the state has already a propriatcd $2 000 for tb;s purpoto, does it not strike ccry sunatirbcro that tbe geological surrey and tlio geological ic vestigations cf tbe mincfala of our state require our deepest and profound atten tion ? For I must reict. that when I cxaroino the stat...

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 February 1873

TIio tmcofn County Herald 1'UBLISIIED !i!VEUY WEDNESDAY BY "rHEO. r. fisiIejr, Sl.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. MINGLE COPIES I1VE CM NTS. E. li, SYDiOR, DENTIST, Troy, - Missouri. , Will rlflt tho varion s towns In tho county from lime t ) time, due notice of which will be given. v8n41y G. T. DUJVtf, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'jVcw llopc, - '- Missouri . Will practico in the Court) nf tho Nineteenth jJuJIcal Crrcutt. Special attention given to ecl Acting. v7nl(lm6p R. C. MAGRUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'Cnp-nu-CSris, - Missouri. Will practice In the Courts of the Nlnotconili '.Judicial District. vTni VT. C. McFARLAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, "Troy, - - Missouri. Will prnotlco in the Courts of tho Nineteenth 'Judicial Circuit, add wilt giro rpcclnl attention 'to collections. Oflijc Front room over .1. It. Knox's Dank. v7nl(! CHAS. MARTIN, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troj', - - Missouri. . Will practico in nil tho Courts of tho Nine teenth Judicial Circuit. Special attention given o the collection of debts. vC3'J A. V...

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 February 1873

THE HERALD. TROY. MO.. FEBRUARY It, 187. Will laes c Eiptllrt f Thii seem to be question of tone interest in aitiiogtoti it the preaent time. Amei hat been incorrigible in hit exposition of member implicated in fhe Credit Mobilier briber?. Ho taa the agent of tbe C. M. compny in offer ins ita atock to the unforftotrea and paying orer to them the dividenda accrn ing thereod. He was then, and ii now, member of tbe lower liou.-e, and ia eon vietcd ou hia own testimony of bribing liia follow conjpecra. It ia grate of fense, and one that should be summarily 4ealt tilth by the national congress if that body would purify itself and present clean front to the peoplo whose aer- Taota they are reputed to be. It is said that "a large number of the best and most, radical Republicans hare urave doub about the justice of reporting in favor of expulsion." They might as veil relieve th-cnttlrcs of all doubt on' that point ; but as to the policy of cipul ioD, that is a different matter, if wo are to...

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 February 1873

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Tin Mails Changes Made and Guanoes Needed. Tbrougli tha efforts 'of pur Deputy County Clerk, Mr. James M.'McLsllan, a new mail routo was es tablished ii ih'n county, last spring, to 'start from Troy, thence to Chantilly, New Salem, Bar Oak Valley and Bry Mcnsvillo, and thence back to I'roy, dnce week. Soverat of these point!) have no offices at present, as the service upon this 'routo has net yet commenced. Mr. Mo Lcllan wroto to Hon. Andrew King a 'short time since in regard to the tardiness (of Jetting the contract, and under date of 'the 8th ihst. received a reply saying: '"Service could not bo had upon the mail 'route referred to until the contract is let Vor carrying the same., which I could not hjot ndvrttiscd till -since I camo io this Sinter." Bids for this route have at last Moen advertised for by the postofficc do (p&rtment, and will close on tUo SJ day "'of March. 8a it is likely the people of ltho section through which the new routo 'pas...

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 February 1873

- - Our Laboring Men. God blcsa those little tin pails'! l'o-tfight wo saw tlictu goitip home, a thousand and more of them. They wcro carried by men who toil, by the working 'men. The little tin pail went out (hit morning, and they went in to night. The man who had one in his hnnd, (.wind ing by his fide, was weary and fnotnorc, just as we havo Lcen a thouand times, Mnd nc one to pity us f.ivc the one who waited our entiling, and God, who has pity for all who need. . We but the laborers co by tliii morn ' inc, tbeir little pails full, their Men quick and elastic, lor it will nut do furl -tabnrinr; men to be Into. wife irotc whilo her tired husband Vas sleeping, "just a moment more," and with silent step walked the floor till the scanty meal if the uiornirg was ready. Then alio called him, and the tired man svrosfl, wishing he did not bare to go forth thus early -And while ho nto liurried'y, the hand he Unco loved to ki?s, tilled tlut little pail. A -slice or two of bread, cnld meat,...

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 February 1873

aasMssaai JHUlt TERMS OP AD VCR TIRING TIjo Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY nr yilEO. I. FISELEIl, LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD, One Square (10 lines)or less, one Insertion. ..$1 M Each additional Insertion. u 7 Administrators' Notice 3 On Final Settlement Notice 3 OA Stray Notices (single stray) 3 (10 $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. HINCJMJ COPIES FIVE CENTS. " Kach additional stray In samt notice. 1 00 A Liberal Deduction will be made t VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1873- NO. 8. yearly advertisers. E. Lj SYDIVOIl, DENTIST.. Troy, - - Missouri. Will visit the various towns in the county from time t tlmr, due notice of which will bo given. v8n4ly G T. DUNN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Vcw Doiie, - - Missouri Will practico in the Court f the Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Special attontion given to col lecting. v7nl6inflp R. C. M AGR UDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, tap-ati-Cai'is, - Missouri. Will practice In the Court, of the Nineteenth Judicial District. v7ni W. C. McFARLANDj ATTORNEY AT ...

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 February 1873

THE II ERA L D TBOV. UOm f KBBDAIl' 28. 1873." QieslUiablr H'($doH. - There it tome talk of ibe pcooral aa- eembly adjourning soon not tine die, but with iew to meeting again next winter. If oar representatives will take into con sideration Iho Teelings of tlieir cunslitu cnta on this point, tlicjr will oppote any nch thing as an extra session ol the leg latnre; tbo people arc opposed to extra, when the cost is so great. Retrench ment is now tbeir watchword. It i on this grouod that tbe moat strenuous oppo sition to a constitutional convention is based not that our ragged concern can't he bettered, for we all know it can; but in our prctcnt financial condition, it may be tolerated for awhile longer by making few more amendments. What the massos want now is, for the representa tives to rush business at the capital and cet through with it. The snail-gait that has characterized the general assembly the present eeision is not in accordance with their ideas of retrenchment. Much time has...

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 February 1873

THE HERALD, Ur1- rm 1 ' CLOCAt. AND COUN.TV, est- , . : ; the Assessment for I878i The Asicsfor's books for 1873 art on ilo in the Count; Clerk's offico, and eoiko a very fair and just exhibit of the Health of Lincoln county. The population of our county s about 16,000, and the number of persona as toised with personal property is 3,416. This shows that one person out of every four and two thirds of the population is mossed with personal property ; or that th average number of persons in each family is four and two-thirds. The gen eral distribution of property thus shown ia an evidonco of tho general prosperity f the oounty. Tho total valuation of personal prop erty is 81,175,310. This amount divided among those assessed gives 8314.09 to eaoh one ; if among tho entire popula tion of 10,000, it would givo each man, woman and cLild in tho county the sum of 873.45. The personal property is ssessod as follows : 7388 horses; 8277,200 1278 mules, 04, 0,10 13457 cattle, 175,910 12G90 sheep...

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 February 1873

THE IUOULD' lroi.J10 FEBRUARY 2.I87J. The Origin of i'tiilopecaa. There wjs tmce (icatful prince1! who hid i (trout fondues for almonds, ml ato tlicm constantly, but nothing would induce tier lo marry, ami in order to rid hereon uf he futturi, or whom hero Here grait ounihcr, tho invented he following device : To every prince tho nui'lit her hand dio f relented the fcalfof a double almond, while t-he Jc the other half, and raid: "if jour lonl hip can aucceed in getting me fa take anything Iron) your hand More I say the word 'I remember,' then I am ready to become your bride. liut if, nn tbc contrary, you receive anything from me, without thinking to speak thcto word, then you must aptee to have your hair navel entirely off your head and leave the kingdom." This, however was sn artful stratagem, for, according to tlio couit ciHtom, no une dare (o hand anything directly to the princes, but fir to the court lady, who then offered it to hir. Hut if, on the other lurid, the princess bhou...

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 March 1873

Tlio Lincoln, County Herald ILINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TBRMM OV ADVIJM flSI Nti. One Square (10 llD)or li,he Insertion. ..$1 5 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY Eaoh additional Insertion M ' Administrators'' Notices , 3 OS final Settlement Notices..... , 3 0 Stray Notices (single stray) 3 !. A YEAR IN ADVANCE. MINGLE fJOPItiS 1'IVE CENTS. Each additional stray In same notice,... I on VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1873. NO. 9. par A Liberal Deduction will le made to yearly advertisers. E. Is. SI DXOH, DENTIST, Troy, - - ItliBseuri. Will visit tho various towns In tho county from tlmeti time, duo notice of which will ho given. vBnlly G. T. DlTiVIV, iTTORNEf AT LAW, iVcvr Dope, - - Missouri Will practice In the Courta nf the Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Special attontion given to col looting. v7nl0tn6i It. C. MAGRIJDER. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cnp-au-ris, - , Jtlissouri. Will practice in tho Courti of tho Nlnoteenih Judicial District. v7no W. C. McFARLAjVDj 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. — 5 March 1873

THE HERALD TROY. MO. MARCH h, 187SL (?. M. iti the House.. The report or tbc Credit Mobllic? otntnittce n disposed of in tho lower tranoh of Congress 00 itje 27th wit., and resulted io tho expulsion of nobody. Hcsolntione canstrtlog Amos and Brooks mete panted. A resolution of censure, naming all (he soeanlrers implicated in ho 0. M nffair, wis introduced, but ob jrction gas raised tbat each name should be presented separately, which rejection tho chair sustained. Tbo resolution was then read with Kslley's name only. After some speech-making the resolution was lost. A resolution was then offered by Stovcnson to censnro Hooper of Mas fachasetts, which was laid on tho table. Then came a resolution discharging the vommitleo, which passed, thus burying tho whole thing in tbo house. So ends the farce of this investigation. Every member who bad dealt in Credit .tlobilier stock ought to have been ex pelled ; but the question arose whether the house bad the right to expel a mem for offenses...

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 March 1873

mim THE HERALD, LOCAL AND COUNTY. i ! March set io with a Htioir. Mr. B. D. Ellis organized Good Templar LoJo at Now Hopo last week. Don't forget tbut tbe Laelcdo Hotel it tho placo to Mop wrien you come to Troy. Comfortable rooms and good iVe will greet you. Er.srETn ANNia. Lotcrs of fiction will find a very interesting original story on tbo first f ago "A True Obost Story." Wo hopo the author will favor ua often. Matrimonial. Mr. W. W. Gillum and Miss Sallie Jamison, of Piko county, were married on tbe 20th ult., by Rev. J. M. O'Brien, at the residence of the brido's father. Have you business at the Circuit Court? If so, stop at the Laclede Hotel and render your stay among us pleasant. Messrs. Thornhill & Buswcll keep ono of the best hotels in Northeast Missouri.' Personal. Our young friend II. M. Cornick loft us yesterday (Tuesday) morning for St. Louis, to Gil a position in the house of Mceisrs. Chase & Cabbott. While among us he mado many friends, whoso good wishes atte...

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 March 1873

A1 ' " 1 1 '-" ' l:o A ngcJov Cone lon. visas of people. Hheap raising is n good jijiHc here. They inorcasc very rap idly, nt? liu.C Ccfdoin if evo tinve fatal diseases. But tho country, I thinfc, will nooi bo oVerstocltciJ villi tiicni,,ii'pcoiaiIy if flierc liuuU) como ft failuro in grass,. was trio caso in lSGltf; and even year before last tliou'niiils ImA to bo removed to tho mountains ho nave tlicui. A uiod busluesc bore is tlio cultivation f fruit trees, particularly h orango, lemou and limo. Ten acres even iu bear ini; orance trees will yiclJ handsome income I know of ft lot of (en acres of bearing trees, tho owner of which refuses lo take 800,001 for. IJut trie tiitlicitlty, is, for a mon etarluiR into that business it requires about (en years before hs can recoive any incomo from it. That is, an orango troo requires to bo tea years old to pet into full bearing ; lennn trvo seven 41T eight years, and limo live to seven. The luttcr named aro now paying best. It eecmt a long 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. — 12 March 1873

The Lincoln ounty Herald fUBLISUED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT rriEO. r. fisheb, LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS Ol' ADVERTISING Oat Square(lellnes)orleis,ooetnssrifon...$l (9 Each additional Insertion. 75 Administrators' Notices 3 Oh Final Settlement Notices. 3 " Stray Notices (single stray) , 3 00 Each additional stray In same notice 1 On VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12. 1.873, NO, 10. C0 A Liberal Deduction will be mad to yearly advertisers. 11.00 Jt fEAR Iff ADVANCE. HINOLE COP1I34 I'lVE CENTS. j. c. aooDRicn. e. l. sydnor- GOODRICH & SYDSOR, DENTISTS. Troy, - - Missouri, Dr. SYDNOR will be In the office alt the time. Dr. GOODRICH will be here from time to time, due notice of whicn wll be given. vSnIO G. T. DUNN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ffew Hope - - Missouri Will practice In the Courts of the Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Special attontton given to col tooting. v7nl6ni6p Re C. MAG RUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, iCapau-C3rifl, - Missouri. Will practice in tho Conrte of tho Nineteenth Judicial Di...

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. — 12 March 1873

I THE HERALD' tMOV. MO MARCH 12, 1923. m(r tiicwood. WftftftTo rofirsincol criticising ttt. rofe T Mtator Gatcwood of lhi distrist on fit eoatorial contest, believing that ffoUbly be kq ndc tlit inpression hat th f)ople of liis district did not largtly ftot Gencial Clair. Wo were 4t least willing to accord to fcitu honesty ; trot recent action of Lis iu the senate ro ire not disposed to pass over without futting in our objection, not only in rela tion to him, bat all the people's servants ho ato scut to Jefferson City to attend strictly to stato business, and who in dulge in such pastime. Ho and Senator Urnclraeyer quite recently bad a tilt in reference to an appropriation of somo eort, and the debato waxed a little warm. Senator Brockmcjcr made allusion to come of tho newspaper comments (the Troy Dispatch and others) regarding Mr. (3atwood'a voto for United States Sena tor ; (but wc can't, for the lifo of u, seo what relevance thcio was in such pro ceeding, as it certainly had litt...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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