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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 28 May 1873

f lie Lincoln County Herald l-UDLISHED EVEP.Y WEDNESDAY TUEO. D. PISHER, 4100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. hlNCLE COPIES I'lVU CENTH. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TIC It MS Of AnvwmsiNo. One f,ure(IO llno)or los,,one Insertion ..$1 It Knell additional Inmllon; Administrators' Notices 3 nli Final Settlement Notice, -I 1,1 ctray Nollcei (ilnfils lrnjr)..... ; 3 00 Each additional itrny In fame notice 1 u VOL. 8. jil- A Liberal Dmluolloh will be male to TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1873. NO. 21. yearly advertiser,. llioraey at Law aid Notary Public New Hope, Missouri, Will priotleo IntheCourti nf the Nineteenth JuJIcnt Circuit. Special attootlon given to col Hellng. v7nl0m6p nr. J. C. GOODRICH, DENTIST, Wclaville, - - Missouri. Will be In Troy from time to time, duo notice of wlilcb vlaiti will it given in mo local papcra, vHnlU It. C. MAGR UDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OiI-au-C3ri8, - Missouri. TTIII practice in the Courll or t0 TnooteenW Judicial District. vna C. McFARIiAND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Missouri. MR,...

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. — 28 May 1873

THE HERALD. f 101', 10.. MAY 39, 187 St. Louis i lo have another piper llie "Tribune." 1'Tbe capital itock is 100,000. A part of the A odoca have turren dcrcJ to the truop, tut Capt. Jack hat vanished. The little state or Delaware ittll clingx to the pillory and the whipping pout in punishing crime. The remains of Ocn. Coo by arrived at Indianapolis on the 22J, and were in tcrred on the following day. The St, Charles Cosmos says letters from different parts qftho county report the early corn rotted and being generally plowed Dp for another planting. In a couple of weeks (-Irani will com mence his summer rambling, and puff the smoke of his free duty Havannas at the different places ofpleaurcable resort all over the country except the South The MeKnery militia of Louisiana have promptly surrendered lo the Fed eral troops, an indication that they have no desire to resist the national govern ment only the petty despotism of the Kellogg dynasty. Gen. McKcnzic had a fiuht with the Kickapo...

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. — 28 May 1873

THE HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Polur oJ water at Woolfolk & Co.'i, 5'ctg a gln?. For gome of billiards go to tho La cledo Hotel billiard room. Fuller & Nutions, agents for Singer Scwmg'Machioe, Troy, Mo. nl9 Wall paper, all styles, colors and qual ity at Dr. Kost'a dru Btoro. Answer to 'Enigma. No. 2 Sewing Machine. Miss Llzzio Fisher scat us a eorrect aoltftion. Tbo teachers' institute was vcay slimly attended. Our teachers should take tuoro interest in it. WOOL WANTED I 'Jltghest market price paid for wool. 11. &. J. ATKINSON, n20 St. Charles, Mo. 'Thanks to L. U. lteavis, Esq , on the t,part of Troy Social Library, for a copy of his new work, "St. Louis, tho Future "Great City," whUU ba ! pJ to that institution. Attention is directed to tho card of Dr. Birkhead, who has fitted up a fine office on Main street, whore ho is ready 'to perform all kinds of dontal operations, 'from taking out a single tooth to putting 'in a mouth full. A heavy hail storm occu...

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. — 28 May 1873

Patrons of Husbandry, oii 1 1 1 lit Ic ti of (lie National Clrangc. ARTICLE I. OFFICERS. Seo. 1. Tbe bOicers of a grnnpe, cither national, Mate, or iubor Jinalr, consist of mid rank at loltowa : Matter, orersecr, lecturer, rtewart, pate ktcper, cere, po moot, flora and lady asmstant Mcwart. It it their duty to fee that the laws of tbe order arc carriid out. Sec. 2. How cliorcn : in the tubordi Date granpee ihey shall be chosen annu ally; in the ftite grange once in two year, and in I lie national grange once in three cars. All elections to be by bal let. Vocacciet by death or resignation, to be filled at a ttcrial election at the neit regular meeting thereof officers to cbo ten to serve until the annual meeting;. Sec. ,'J Tbe maiter of tho national pranpe may appoint numbers of the or der at deputies to organize gianges where do title grange rxists. See. 4 There t-lull be an executive committee of the national prance, con itinp of three numbers, boe term of office hall be tnree year...

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 June 1873

5 TJio Lincoln County Herald published 'eVebV Wednesday VrilKO. I. FISHEtl, l.00 A YEAR IK ADVANCE. SINGLE COP1E tftVE CKNT&. Aiioraty at Law aid Notary Public, IVew HoYe, ITlissoUri, Will practle In th Courti WT th Nineteenth Judical Circuit. Spealal attontlon given to col 1 itctlug- j vTnlomip LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TKIllKH Ol' ADVKIlTtSINVj. 'One alire'OO lines) iJr less, bnolnte'rtloS ..$1 V Each additional Insertion 7i Adin!nlslratorV Ntficct .;. 3 OB Filial Settlement Kollce' 3 lb Stray Notices (single stray) :i 00 K&oli additional itfSy In same notice 1 Oil ft- A Literal 'DoJaelion Wl!l be made tb yosMy ndvifrfiscra. j: A Romance In Kfffl life. In Garrard county, Kentucky, hi the year 1844, were married Miss iC'itu Til lett and Win. Warren. it'll tbcm efie'r VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 187S- NO. 22. nr. J. C. GOODRICH, DENTIST, 'XVclxvilre, - Missouri Vlll 'be In fcroy from tlm to time, Joe nolle "rrf which visits will I grven in tno local papers, . t8n!0 "R...

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. — 4 June 1873

THE HERALD. TKOV MO.. JCWE I, 1873. A Chaige. Thu publisher of tlie Iter&ld and Hi 6 iJitpatch bavo cbtgred mid o cd-partner-t-liip, to data from thii titae, tod the two offices hive bcCtl tobsolidated. They Will publish but one journal hcroaflcr, Which wilt be called Tilt TkoV IIiralb. Aa heretofore, the paper will be devoted to the advancement of UUr toWa and bounty, whose ibter'eats will be para tnouut to all other. The subscriber to both papera will be supplied With the Jit raid, and all advertising contracts will be carried out. Ib consideration Of this fact, we de hire that those who arc indebted to the offices bl" the tintotn County Herald or tho Troy Vi$pntth, will make it convent tut to settle all old account! at aB e'arlv iliv with the respectivo publisher of these papera. 1 . . Newspaper Personals. Among tho conspicuous editors present at the late press association were ibe following : Dr. A. V. Hull or the Sedalia Demo crat ia a dignified gentlemen, between fifty and...

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. — 4 June 1873

THE -HERALD. "LOCAL AND dotfUTY. For gn "( bi Warily go to the La clede ilotof'billiJrd'rooni. Dr. Iilrk head id absent this week, at tending the state denial association. I'olnr soda water ut Woolfolk & Co. 'a, 5 cti a Bn. Wall paper, all styles, colors and qual Hj at Dr. East's drug store. Mr. W H. Ulock of St. -Louis 'wm id lone Uat'Veelc. 'Ho returned homo on Monday. Wo have been on a jollification tho 'the past week, and tho llaald'u one day 'late in consequenco. A movement is oo foot to establish a Normal school in Southoast Missouri. Death or Horace B. Wino. Last Thursday morning, tho 20th ult., Mr. Uoracp 0. Wing, probably the oldest citizen of our county, died at tho resi dence of his son,' Mr. Frederick Wing,1 Dayton, Ohio, has only 530 places about three miles southeast of Trov. of whoro tired mortals may fill up with . j -r t I'll-. . ''tanele leu and beer. au uvuruusu ui puuupniiim extract oi Thelnsinuation that Evo was only a side issuo at tho creation, is a rib-ai...

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. — 4 June 1873

Tie WishlBg;n, Iowa, Tornatf, Tht telegraph Ins piven reports ofu torriffio storm id Washington onii Keo kuk counties, Iowa, but it has been able to convey but very little idea of the strength of tho tornado's fury, and tho dostruotlon and terror which attended its course. Its track was well dcGocd by Wrecks of forests, and rtc'iards, and house, and dead bodies of animals and tnen, women and children. It sea nod Ilka a monster suddenly born of the air, tortured mt rage by petting hail and forked lightning. It was as swift as a rids ball, and gave do warning of its ap proaoh, save a roar like a heavy train rushing over a railroal bridge This was lis first starting eipression, but the peoplo did' not know what tho sound meant until they saw a low, funrjol shaped, black uloud drhini: towards them, and then instinct told them that there- was dancer in the wind. Thoso who could, took refuse in their cellars, and many, from thesn retreat?) saw their hound lifted .from over their Reads, an...

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