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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 23 April 1873

t I The Lincoln County Herald PODLISHKD KVMKY WUDNliSDAY MOO A EAk IN ADVANCE. Mriry al Law Aoat jr Pullle, Hew Hope, Missouri, LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TUItHIS (IP ADV12H One Squaro (10 llncs)orless,oalnMrifon...$l M Each additional inicrtlon 71 Administrators' Notice. 3 On Vinel Settlement Notices...; '. 3 06 Stray Notice, (tingle ,trav) 3 Ct liach additional stratf In lauie notice 1 ,011 E0- A Liberal Deduction will be made to yearly advertitors. VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1873. NO. 16. Will pracllco In the Courts of the Wlseteesth Judical Circuit, opcciai "" idling. v7nl6u.0p nr. J. C. GOODRICH, DENTIST Wetzville, - - illinsouri 'UVIII no In Troy from lime to lime, duo notice -of which visits will lo given in mo locai -8nl0 R, C.JIAGRUDBR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Cop-RU-Ctri, - MiMOurl -Wilt practlco In tho CourU of tho Nlnetecujh Jadicial uumci. W. C. McFARIiAD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Troy, Missouri. Will practlco In the Courti of tho Nlnotecirtli Judicial Circuit, urn! will g'e...

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. — 23 April 1873

THE HERALD. TROT, MO.. APRIL 23, 1878.. Wo record with great pleasuro the fact (bit Senator Schuri declined to receive tlie $5,000 back pay voted fey tbe lact congress. Congressman Erastus Well of St. Louis proposes submitting e bill to tbe Mt Congress, tiling tho salary of Con gressmen at 85,000. We doubt whether iuch measure will pass, but it would to deserved rebuke to oar late "ateal ing" Congresa. Reported Death or the Pope or Hour An Ottawa, Ont., telegram of the 10th says : A private dispatch has been received here, today, raying that the I'opo died on Monday last, but that the fact has been kept a secret to avoid public agitation respecting bis successor until the matter should have been decided in Rone. Col. Ii. Zevc'ey, editor of the Uoter liGfd Democrat, of Oeage county, died at his residence to Linn, at ten o'clock on the night of the 14th, from an over doso of morphine, taken to relieve the uffciings of neuralgia. He three times represented Osage in the general as Bern ...

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. — 23 April 1873

THE HERALD. VOCAL AND COUNTY. Accident. u accident, almost fatal in hi nature, happened r. little son or Feter Presley at this plaoe, ono day last week. He wis picking up chips near where Henry Lemmons was chopping wood ; the ate glanced and atruok tho liitlo follow on the head, cutting asevoro gash and sovering tho temporal artery. Dm. Hutt and Bourland wero called in dressed tho wound. He ii now doing very woll. Good Tobacco. Mr. W. T. Powell "hu handed us two fino sample! jf leaf tobacco, raised on his farm near Troy. Tho lcavea are largo nod pcrfeot, and the samples giren us (tho product of two stalks) weighed a pound and a quarter. So this connection o will mention that ;a tobacco fair will bo hold in St. Louis iin June, and wo would liko to see some f our citiienn compctingifor tho prizes The association offers more than $10,000 tin premiums to tobacco growers, a num 'ber of which nro as high as 81,000. S"his enterprifo should receivo the atten tinn of ovory '.grower of tobacc...

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. — 23 April 1873

llHSorfWSoranAnirriCnfrlUC5S 'nnl balmy, Waller nml bU wife, with IWcnt Coponliagcn paper contain the j Unttlo to complete tie Iruj, were Hitting details or tlio adventures of two Amcri- under n huge tin pie tree, cnjnjinjj ua can laJiot in Den mm k, 0110 of liom. ' tutu's glorious in? juration. Miis Hay of lioston, was married conic tme lnco ti tbe Vrinee of Selilcswcif; iiuisain-iioor, urni was tiioreloro n princcM and a lu ember of the royal laniuy 01 uonmaric. Jieini; a and better than that, a Yankee the dc Jcrroincd to hare all the right pertain ing to her position. Tho prince died nhortly after marriage, and tho widow wis refused recognition br tho roval r n . . ... ing a count, living together, imparting confidences, both frco as air, having plenty of money and nothing to do but to spend if. ouht to be uprcmelv hanr.v. Hut such is the perversity of the female ex, that tho princess was not happy. Tberc iinothiigto show that sbo was specially ovcrcomo by the death of the prince...

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. — 30 April 1873

f ho Lincoln County Herald IPUDMSIIED EVERY WBDNB3DAT -1.00 YEAU IN ADVANCE. giNOLB copies five vasra. G T. DUNN, Ai;ornry at Law and Notary f ublic, flew Hope, Mlssowrt, LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TI'K.MS )! ADV'KIt 1IMNC One Square (tfl Tiei)orlclorralnertlon...(t J Each additional Insertion. 7 Admlnlitratore' Notices. 1 Ot Final Settlement Notices........... t 91 Stray rtotlcoiiinle itrar). - I hlach additional stray In raure rtt. I far-K Liberal IMucttoa will U raid te VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1873- NO. 17. yearly adwrttiors. will iirecllce In the Court! of the Nineteenth Jud cal urcuii. cpre J.etlng v7nlCmtp Dr. J. C. GOODRICH DENTIST , WHzville, - - MiMiri Will be In Troy from time to time, due notice of which vlsltt will lo glren in me local pmpcrs, vUfllO Re C. MAGRUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ap-ali-CSi'iH, - Missouri Will preetlo. In the Court! of. the. nineteenth Judicial Diimci. W. C. McFARLAND9 ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'Troy, - - Missouri. ' Will practice In the Conrti of ...

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. — 30 April 1873

THE HERALD troy, 3io., Armt, ao, sis.. The Meitfc War. The latest news wc have at this writing elating lo the Modoc Indians nd the Movement of tho troops against tbcm, indicate that the Mod oca have, su far, the belter of the government. It was supposed, nod so stated few days after tho treacherous murder of Geo. Can by, that tho Indians wcte completely nr roanded, sod that all that was left for the troops to do, was to lay in wait and ctarro tho enemy to ft surrender. The Modocs, however, appear to have been up to a strategy worth two of that, aod dispatches from the seat of war, of the 22d inst., inform us that they have es caped from the Lava Beds, and their whereabouts is a mittcr of considerable doubt. The settlers in that region are greatly excited and uneasy in conse quence, and many of them are removing to the nearest and strongest settlements, in anticipation of massacres and confla grations. A reign of terror appears to' prevail, notwithstanding the enemy is said not lo ou...

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. — 30 April 1873

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Col. 1'nrker, of Iht flrra of I'arkor, Growl & Co., started for St. Louis last Monday to lay in stock of umwer goods. Wo have hflS enou.tli of tho April Miowors. His thought tint May-bo tho woglhtrr Will bo hotter during tho iocofc log tnonth. ilev. 0. S. Thompson proaohoi t tbo rrosbytorian church last Sunday. Ho has not ontiroly rscovorld from tho hurts received iu 4ho lata railroad disaster, but :s slowly improving. Hopo deferred it making us sick of 'vainy and gloomy woathfir. e vo been 'feeling M blue ts tho froatis-picce of a 'uinown K9tor." bat tho saushino of 'Tuesday his 6omowhat cheered ijs. JfATHiMONlAt.. Itov. John S. Drydon tinitcd in tho holy bonds of matrimony on 'tho 13th inst., at tho residenco of tho 'tiriilo'i father. Ir. Jcsso S.. Grume, nnd "Miss Ilottio Ann Thomason, all of Lin coin county. Tho Clarksvillo Sentinel says that on tho night of tho 14th tho steam mill and toll houeo, near Pnyncsville, were wholly consumed by fire, ...

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. — 30 April 1873

Sitilae tovt ftfaO. From thoDulutU JlrralJ.) Whether tho rugged rocks, tbe crystal aeik'S, (lie dashing waterfall and jiai k like valleys licreabuula do or do not en gender n rotninlio love Id tbe breasts of the girls and boys of this region, wo arc unprepared to say, but there H ccrtaitily houiclliint!. cither in the carlh, air, ur water, which cautessonie of Minnesota's youn men and ladies to full very deeply into tlio depths of the tender paction ; Mini Hittnut ituus they nxliibit this feeling in various nays. As an evidence of this we tecord an episode iu iho hie of a not lung ago nedded puir. A young in an named Henry Iltetlandt, need trrnty I wo, lio had been uti em ploye somewhere along the Hue of the N. 1',, met at St Paul Inst tumtuer, Susie 1'. Knlffrcit, a irl of fifteen, a daughter f a German settler, living near Kettle river, and an intimacy tpruug up between ihcm. They corresponded for a while, hut one of Henry's letters happening to fall into the hands of Susie's brot...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 7 May 1873

the Lincoln County Herald f UBMSIIEH EVERY WEDNESDAY THEO. !. FISHER, f,00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. MNQXB COPIES 1'IVE CENTS. t m G. T. DUXX, Attorney at Law and Hotarf Public, New Hope, lUlasouvlf Will practleo lo tho Courts of tbo NIriolcMitfc Judical Circuit. Special attention given to col '"locllng. V7nt6mHp Dr. J C. GOODRICH, DENTIST. "Wctzrillc, - v Missouri Will bo tn Trwy frorn tlmo lo lime, duo notlco 'of vrtilch visits trill lo given in tho local papers. f vSnlO R. C. MAGRUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'Cnp-au-Gns, Missouri. Will practice la tho Courti of the Nineteenth Judicial District. vn- W. C. McPARLAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 'Troy, Missouri. Will prnctlco In the Courti of tho Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, nud will givo special nttcntlnn to colloctloni. OS )o Front room over J. 11. Knot's Bank. v7nl IIAS. MARTIW, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW Troy, - - Missouri. Will practice in all tho Courts of tho Nino tienth Judicial Circuit. Special attention given (o tho collection of debts. v6n39 A. V. McK...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 7 May 1873

THE HERALD. f. , . - THOYr Sit).. )AY 7, 187$. Fablisbers' AssoclalloB. Now, thil (he lime for the tomal as sembling of tho publishers of the state it near at hand, the papers arc filled with iidvice and tugcestions as to what ought to he done. This association is for the purport) of comparing view on the mul titude of subjects affecting the interests of the state, elevating tho standard of journalism, promoting social feeling and good will among members of the frater nity, discussing matters of business, and enjoying a spice of pleasure and recrea lion from the interminable ores and duties attending tho lives of newspaper men. In this respect the annual ming ling of pencil drivers has its beneficial influence. Among the man; questions for con sideration suggcMed by the papers, we find tho Mexico Leader desiring some nction in regard to advertising agents. Our experience is, that tho less a paper has to do with them, the better. Wo mean the average opency, few of which ever talco in...

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. — 7 May 1873

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COONTV. fuller k Nations, tROut tot Singof flawing Muctiuc, Troy, mo. tlti A ajnopsin of the sew Township or aniation law will b found on the rourtb pogrf. rnsAciiiKO. Elder Ww. Molon will preach at tbo Christian church in this j, lace on Sunrjty, th 18th ius't., nd every ctoning thereafter until llio 3Gth. 'Our citizens nre invited to ottend. Tho Novelty Cash Store announces that goods will bo laid cheaper there 'than nywher elae, and persons fllio don't belicre tho statement arc invited 'to call and examine for themselves, Thos.'Bonfils nill attend tho ecmpeti Hive examination for the West Point ca- detBhip of this district, which Hon. A. 'H. Buckncr will hold t Montgomery 'City somo timo -next month, notice of which will bo pi"cn. F. W. llnrbaum has n lot. of fine 'capons on hand. Support homo ln "dustry, and buy them. You will pet as pood or better wagons than those bought of fomifin manufacturers. Thoy nro MAIIKIED, On tho 27th of April, 1873, it tho resid...

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. — 7 May 1873

KtV 'Owislllp OrgaNUaUcM Uw. lie rollofrinj; in a fjnopsii of tic new township organization law : AS ACT To more fully Provide for the orcanici tion of counties into muntc.-!nal i oi couniiea into munieina town- a r, ..." rliipi, and to further rrovide rrovide for the it thereof and the local government thereof, and icpealin all acla relating thereto. At general election, qualified voters of any county may vote fur or acaiutt t.'ouniv nonri nn r.iiii!i-.r r , drcd Icyal voters, aball cause the question lo be submitted. If majority are for such oreanization, men ine county snail be governed by add t o - J - subjoct to provisions of this act on and niter tlic first iuasday of April next uccccdinp County Clerks shall caute notico of election in each township to bo posted not less than fifteen days before first 'lucsday in April: KhoIi township shall have power to rue and to be eusd, to hold real estate and make contract?, and hold personal prop t ri v. County courts shall have power to...

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. — 14 May 1873

The Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED KVKUV WEDNESDAY BV 'rlllSO. 13. FISHER, Cl,00 YEAR IN ADVANCE. COJP1I1 K1VE CENTS. T. DUNN,. Aiidrney tl La Mi 'Mary Public, New Hope, Missouri, Wilt practice iBtheCourtt nf the Nineteenth .Judical circuit. epcii " tceting. yrplBitp Dr. Jt C. GOODRICH, DENTIST, rWetille, - - Missouri Will in Troy ftom tlpla io time, due notlee of whlch'illt Will le given in mo iocbi papers It. Co MAGHUDElt, ATTORNEY AT LAW, tj:i-i-ir, - JIliMOUrl m - - Will prncticeln tbo Court, of tho Klneteetnh Judicial District. 'ni LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1873. NO. 19. A NOVEL SPOILED. From Scrlbner'a for May. Tho biroiue was not beautiful to begin wltb, not queenly, nor in any who ro niarkablo. one was just plump, win tangled yellow, curl appeared in tht doorway. ' Hut Miss Poll; was too busy io notice, oven when tho Httlo navigator took siUoco for consont, and plunged into hor fmso water with his trcasores. In this gen Uiarituuiu. uuu nua...

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. — 14 May 1873

THE HERALD. tltOT, MO.. WAV II, 1872. The DespwilsM. Milieu in x.ouisisne tre sjroviog do ettf fast. The srtempi to force the Kllogs; government nposj the people of ht state ic sesultinj; as all such efforts ,.lo 10 country where the people hire been taught to believe that they are freemen, nJ have right to choose tfciir Cma rulers. To submit tamely ould lo unamerican, an while the satf ataie of affairs is to be deplored, it is not aur prising, bat perfectly natural just at it would be in any other state. Since the disgracefulfiYit at Colfax, itc excitement and deleimination of the people-tbc laz-pajiog portion and real supporters of the state to resist ths despotism, lias increased, and the attempt of Kellogg to lore recognition is meet snff with dire remits. Dispatches of lato date report skirmishing between tho two fictions the people and the despotism at New Iberia, and the at tempted assassination of Kellogg, who fcegins to be alarmed at the bornel'a ocst )c tu raised about bis...

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. — 14 May 1873

THE HERALD, XochX. AND COUNTY. Disregard op PnomeioNAt 'Cour tesy and its Result. Wo admire that ipirit of courlegji tliat pmados tho ri Tho answer -to enigraa in last week's MDcr is "Lincoln ouotjr Herald," truly - -I - . .u t, u " "S0UrC 01 piensuru iu n wuu hu M ccr j faniilj en ho eounty ought to ojoy it- County L'ouztu in soseioa, with Judges Nartio and Mud J on the bench. Judge Wilson has 'been suffering with fever and ague for sef eral weeks, and is unable to MitiiA. , . 1'BiAciitno Klier Wm. Moloan will jjrcacb at tbo UbrUliao chuicb in this place 00 Sunday, be 18th inst., and everj crcning ttorcofie until tho 2Cth. Our citizens areiavited to attend. Matrimonial. On the 8th inst., at the residence of tbo bride's father, Mr. Vf. T. Powell, by ttev. O. S. Thompson, Mr. Sam'i M. Bailey and Miss Co ran !&. (Powell, all of this county. Y. W. Harbsum bas lot of fine rgont on band. tJnppoi tout tnd. trt. and buy them. You wilt get as good or better wsgons then those bought of f...

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. — 14 May 1873

lecrrttf sicccss ii American Politics. From the San Francisco Examiner. At tfae door of dcith he lay with the hadow of tho Sierras acroaa ti is face, lie sent for his ton, and nheo ho came b ciid : ilj ion, I m (ooo Going lo leave this life, nod go iuto (hat condilion where, to lie aoimagioaiive mind, all is uosur vejed and uncertain. I am about to Make an indefinite postponement and adjourn sion die, nd I haTe scat fur you, my ton, that I may leave to you Tor jour guidance, when tny term of election ij over forever, and tny return to my teat impossible, the sum of political and moral wisdom which has put uroo my head the silvor of years and into my parse the gold of tho government. My eon, "it is the beet government God ever made." Strive to bo loyal to it it pays, my eon, it pays ! You may be cal'cd upon as I have been, to lake part in conducting this great government. You will fiud that tho government is "the pritn-jries," and "tho primaries" are mostly beer and whisky. Hcforc th...

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. — 21 May 1873

TJio Lincoln Oounty Herald ,UDMSB EVER WEDNESDAY BY SltSO- FISHER, LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD T12IIH8 Of ADVrcilTltff Mi. One iquilrf (lOllncn)of le!i,one Insertion ..$1 It Hach ailclltlin4 liuttllon Tft Administrator' Notices 3 OK Flnl Settlement Notices 3 It Stray Notices (slnglo stray) v. 3 09 Each ncldltlneal stray in iimi notice t KO A Liberal Deletion will be wale to VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1873. NO. 20. yearly advertisers. 1 IEA8 IN ADVANCE. MNOC.SS COPIES VIVO CUNTS. A;orefy at Ltw tnd ft.uirj Public, 'cw Hope, mUisourl, will practice In tin Courts of the Nineteenth Jmllcnl Circuit. Special attontlon given to col i. VinlcmSp 'lectins- f nr. J (J. uuvuiciiini DENTIST, Wclvilc, - Itlissonri. Will he In Troy from time to time, doe notlco v,f nhich vtilU will lo given in tho local papers. 'ygnlO . 11. C. MAG RUDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, np-au-Cit-M, - JTIissonri. mil practice In ttie Court., of Ik Nln.tj.nib Judicial District. v'na vr. C. McFARLAND, 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. — 21 May 1873

THE HERALD. TKOV, MO.. MAY 21, 1873. A San I'ranciico tclegrtm of the 13th ttjt (lis Mo'loc liiTc cfcape'J to Snow Mountain, twenty luilei toutb of the Horan lake. Hun. Charles Sutciicr hti been di vorccd from his wife. Firo years of ilcerliua pat more t'.iao the old gent tould aland. Father Ilyan, I lit; I'rieit poet, has re turned from Kurope) whither ha went for hia health, tt is eaid that he found it, his health being creatl; improved. The Warm .Spring Indians arc after the loiloc and the way they are pitch iuf, into thctn evidently makes the Modoesvith for cooler Springs. A young murderer of only seven year Virginia boasts. A ncpro boy of that age killed a little white girl of four years, on the Kith, because die refused to give him a marble. tat f 1 Ml t-. ne rres.uciit, n is aIU, win ma no appo n men, mine vacancy causeu uy the death of Chief JoMic Uae, until ll,, Akaomt.ttrirT nf r.innritil PpAiAnt. ..vLuwj are non in order. no can atura to give the most ? The Clarksville fc...

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. — 21 May 1873

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Tho medical association will moot in Troy neat Saturday. For a game of billiards go to tho La cleJo Hotel billiard room. Fuller & Nations, agents for Singer Sewing Machine, Troy, Mo. nil) Sco advertisement of tbo "Sweepstakes" thrcsbing macbino. J. E. Eddcns, agent, Ncwllopo. Mo. Miss 8. A. Stuart has been very sick of inflammatory rheumatism for a weuk tpabl, and ooablo to teach. Elder Win. Maloaji is stopping among us for awhile, and preaching every even dog at tbo Christian church. Collier's photograph car has arrived. IS on is tho time to hao your beauties transferred ot plato. We sco Mr. II. 15. Ellis is playing the agreeable to the patrons of ".Novelty Cath Store," whore bo will bo pleased to meet Ins friends. Teacueiis' Institute The Lincoln county teachers' institute will meet at 'this placo on Thursday, tho 2 2d inst.aud remain in session ihrco days. Dental Dr. J. C. Goodrich will be at his office in Troy on Tuesday, tho 27ih inat , to rema...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 21 May 1873

Georgo Eliot. , From th. G,Uo Aoe. j Tfi story of Marieo Evans life lia been ariouly (olj. I'erhsps this is the uioft Authentic version of what bis never ; been authoritatively (old by the actora in it: Mr. Lewos, the 'distinguished and ciever uiognpncr 01 uocuio. arm a ten knonn authur of philosophical works, hail been unfortunate in his rnirriaUe re lations; so, too, had Mrs. J. eves; they were a most ill - a ior led pair, and she hook off the bond which galled her, and became unfaithful to her martial vow !ut .Mr Lewes himself was Miuallv guilty of infidelity to his wile, and the I recollect a certain holiday was ap law of England does this cqus.1 justice to, proschin;;, and I had been skinning man and woniao, fix: it absolves neither j around to pet a little tnonev to have a from a marriage vow on account of the time with on that day; but the files and infidelity of the other, unless the one purses were acainst me. It was but two who asks freedom can claim to have days prior to ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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