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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 17 May 1867

numnmm wii'ii id tin DrV Gowl. Store to n car vr saint vh amies. !hfa qme4 a. and well in AMORtKD STOCK OF Dry goods, CLOTHING AND .-T Furnwhing Goodi, which thty aro tolling at the very I'M JLowewt T'lgruresa. or on Main Strict, ncsrly opposite Milllarkrouu New Mill ATKIIVSOA IBtfl, ft Co. Nov. .'iO. I8d6 t40 On wiLcpx and LoianncT!) AT . mm tor 40O fourth -lrct, Xotthtiit eorncr of 4th, and Locuat ata. Mli liOiiin, Mo. OUR aiiirrMoat li now complete, n.l w freparod la exhibit :lia cholceit aolectioa of CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES &C. K ofiVrcd In tbl market. We ire commencing btuincai with a Slock mr Goods k'Tiry picas I freak from tho Factory. The patferitn are all Jew. Tho j-oo.Ij were u: chiiwl fi.r ah at n decline, ml will hn fnl.l It loner prison than llioy can lw -arehaied far In ihli imrkit. Tliu trnblle in In filed lo call unit iarpeet bar Mock. . WILCOX LOIKJIIRAN. Not. 30 IBM n4!p7in the t. i,oTTtTriLs; A DE.IO.'JtATU! JOIKNAL. Daily, Twice A Week, aud Weekly. Thcsivernl ...

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. — 17 May 1867

ajtjjgyta.tiiwy n.i .wijaSS - - l t Mi Hwis Life -WWsSiaf llMVMIghrikr.UkMn . fai'Mrlrtioiptli, c fevoleyeaftofliwao iiiuaasosi kytMr0ffgi4 nun i feeied blue; i:i-lrtiMifiyMrieca ;etn ago wotkiJ t-a wirikirfita'tW gold dig. King! of Auaosali tilt 44 till threa partners.. Whtritfcy that sriasWatfS, freea ' rnnntWlatef.t WeJt kite faod-by, lit MiiUOroa Melbtmrtt-fbr New York, iW'WWlwf J8 Mnganaeiertangc In dit pocket, ! hen snw him aJ wounded rbcVMcr,ylng on the battle-field of Anticta.' A .little wiore tkan a yen later r iiw hfro at a Union aoldicr, lying ! 11 rt ' l ! i i w m i l. - in mo nospnai in jcnnessce. 10 uay hu .w i-tiiw ai.'i' j! ns a iiiiuicsa wanticrur. ubpi-uuihk chanty' for hid dinner. Cor. Cin . VUlll. --ThlVeT. is L. Langstroth recom- inMirortBient in rut catching. He usee eeswetoa.wlre (ran aud wait patiently tJatU a rat is caught. Instead orkilliagthkrat, he fteds biin well ao aa to get his tame. After few daya be kails the trap, leaving tho tamo ono in it. Otker r...

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. — 24 May 1867

LINCOLX COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2: TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1867. NO. 22. THK LINCOLN 0E1TY HERALD u rciLimtD EVIIT rtlDAY ST , EDMVWD J. ELLIS, TEBM8, t a year U advance. Rates of advertialif. Our square, 111 lines or less un. insertion, $1 50 .Jach additional insertion -' 74 Administrator's Notices, - -80 Waal Sot'.teiaeul Notices, - 8 00 t!i. NuHCK(.r aifi;l stray,) - 3 00 1,'acb udJltlor.ll rtlay la (tin notice, 1 00 pjf A llberul uidiH-tign wilt be made to yearly advertiser;. 9 All Itjnl tulctrtiitmentt matt bo paid for ttaer. publication ti certified to. jf&" Transient adrertUemotts oust boaccom raoied wttbthaicaili. jpa Advertisement! aot marked' or numbered rillbo Inserted till otherwise ordered and charged . . . .u. for at taeabove rate. I , I'rofewloual cards of ton Unci or less, will bo nsertcd one year fur $10. Marrlaec, Death, Funeral and Churo): noticci "A.r.olaUon.-ofa.n.r.onal aaturemuJ ho published over the writer, name. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Cirtuil 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. — 24 May 1867

J LINCOLN IOONTV IER1LD. E. J. BI.LI9, . EDITOR. Tro ago. FRIDAY - MAT 21, 1817. yfS fatw will pay for the Herald to Christmas. Bend in the cash & havo your' name put on the book. Tell this to every man you meet. Persons deeirieg to purchase a first class Heaper and Mower will please call',.. wjn t,0 M(1 th0 trajns running on our esteemed friend John K. ilritton, There is at Nashville brewerv. so iivs w ..i . .t. r- :!.:.,,. u VAtuuufjD) es tuHuituuSfit "vga nviMtig m n m ti 1 12 pounds, which is supposed to have attained enormous size from tho nourish mcnt received from taper beer. mo amount oi ircigm iu uo irauspur- ted to the military posts of the plains and mountains this year exceeds by mill ions of pounds that of any other year. Seventy thousand Germans it is said, Twve encased passaco by steamer to tho United States. The new Prussian con scription laws aro driving many out of the country. . ' '. . rr immigration trom Ireland uas set in on a large scale' In tho second week...

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. — 24 May 1867

Scarritt, Curtis & Mason, DEALER IN Furniture & Bedding WIOLESALE A RETAIL, 814 k Sit Washington Avenue,8t. xVouls We uk the attention of th pabllo to oar Mammoth Stock of FURNITURE AND BEDDING. Hfe ob furnlih jour PARtiOBS, LIBRARIES, MalBg Rooms Bed, Rooms, AND OFFICE!, moro completely than any qther ttttbllihment In tbo YTeit- Styles to aeet all Tastes, Prices to suit all Pockets i WE OFFER AT WHOLESALE 100 Doi Wood itat Chain 309 Dot Cans leat Chain, 200 Doi Rocking Chain, S00 Bureaus, 101 Extension Tables, 300 8ofa, 100 Doien Parlor Chain, 3000 Bedsteads, 600 Breakfast Tables, 200 Dining Tables, 2CT0 Light Standi, 100 Tin Safes, 200 Loungci, .sou vim. Cane and Wood Scat tihairt, Tin Safes, Breakfast and Dining Tablei In "KNOCK DOWN" paekagei to cheapen long land and Railroad transportation. TERMS CASH, taay 17 1887 nll-pSm NEW Dry Goods Store IN THE .CITY OF SAINT CHARLES. ATKINS N BROS, & CO Have opened a Large and well A&iORTKD STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CL.OTHIN C5 ...

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. — 24 May 1867

NEW CARPET STORE. vilcox and Lorciinws AT Number 400 Fourth treet, Northeast corner of 4th and Locust Hi. HI. lioula, Mo. OUR aisarrmeot Is now compOte, and we til prepared to exhibit the choicest (election of CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES &C. Bs offered to thli markot. Wc are commencing business with a Weir Stock of Goods Every piece It frerh from the Factory. The patterns are all New. The (roods wcro purchased for cnh nt a decline, I and will In told at lower price than (hoy can hi pnrchiMe.il fur tu Ihti market. The public aro in i Tiled to call and Inspect our stock. WILCOX Jc l.OUOHRAN. Nor. SO m n49p7m "GET THE BEST."" A COJIPRE HE N S I V E DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE. MAINLY ABRIDGED FROM DR. WM. SMITH'S DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE, With Important Additions nnd Improve ruents, and 500 Illustrations. Dr. Smtthf Dictionary or too Bible, published in 1860-'3, and containing, la III three large oc tavo volumes, nearly 3,100 pagei, Is a work nf ac-, kcowledgcd excellence! but itl elze, cost...

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. — 31 May 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2. THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD ii rcnuMicD r.VKRT feidat ht ELLIS fc FISHER. TERMS, tl SO a year In advance. If paM within the year. or 2 Rates of Advertising. One square, 10 Itn.i or loit one Insertion, $1 JO 4aeh additional Insertion - ii Administrators'. Notices, . -30 final Settlement Notices, - - 3 00 l'l3T Noticis (of a (Ingle stray,) - 3 00 SaeU additional itray In tamo notice, 100 fig" A liberal deduction will be undo to yearly adrcrtttors. Jtif All L'jal (ftvtrtiHm'ntt mult be paid for wSec publication I certified to. ZO Transient advertisements must bo accom. runlel with thalcash. $0' Advertise nents not marked ur numbered mllbo Inserted tilt otherwise ordered and charged for at the above rate). Professional eards nf ten lituM or lo?s, will bo niortcd ono year for $10. " Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church notice will bo published free. All communication j of a personal nature must bo published over the trrltcr 'name. COUNTY HIRKCTORY. CiVrtii...

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. — 31 May 1867

1:1,1,1s, . . . iCUHOlt. 31.1V 31, !;!(J7. I'lUIMV, To I lie Pulilic. It will bo seen by tho following article that wo linvo taken n partner in the future IniMne.xs of tho Ilcrshl. Wo havu lit cu lung cuiirinccd that iho hihor wo have jicrfnrmoil the.hut year was too much for our health and cyc-ij;lit, heneo the no rcscity of a tuitnllo jicrstm whoe char notcr and husinc's habits wo cotihl rely upon for assistance in its management, mid in the person ot ThcoJoro I. Fifhcr, wc think the right one has been obtained. Wo shall continue in this belief until con vinced to the contrary. Mr. Pishcr is familiarly known to mot of the citizens of Troy and Xcw llnjo is :i piod practical printer, and ul' good juor.il character. With his asf ist.iuco we i.liall be able to give our readers more luadinj; matter and otherwise make the papi'v more useful and interesting. Politically the IlernM will remain as heretofore, u L'om-orvativc Democratic paper. Convinced as wo havo been for many years, that ...

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. — 31 May 1867

I Eaw!BficnMiwgwMriiirtwjimn IJCMLN COM HERALD LOCAL AND COUNTY. Tho Annual Association of the Old School llaptitst Church commences to morrow (June 1), at Sand lluti Meoting JIouso, Ovo miles 6outh from Troy. ' Tho M. K. Church, of Old Alexandria, baptised soiuo fourteen or fifteen persons on last Sabbath. Tho Christian Church, of this place, also had two additions to their congro (ration. We want local news from all parts of ,'ho county, nnd ask our readers to Fend as everything that will Lc news to the people. If you cannot writo it out to twit you, sond us tho facts and wo will put it in a readable shape. The sale nf farms, atock, the erection of now build ings, and such other items as may trans pirc in yonr neighborhood. Tho people of New Hope meet on I .Saturday tho Sth of Juno, to elect Di rectors to thn Falmouth and Now Hope Hock ltoad.Company. A good inch road between those two points would bring :i largo amount of tho produce of Louisville, Millwood and Auburn "to the rive...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 31 May 1867

Wheat Prospect la ctlirorili. The Bon Pranciioo Bullotiu : Agienltnral prospect aro excellent. The grain crop in I ho great valleys of the Sacremeuto, San Joaquin and Tulare, are generally in fino condition. It in be lieved a much greater breath of land is in to wheat than there was last year. Con fidonco in the continuance of a largo ex port demand, and tho increase facilities for exporting flour, have encouraged our farmers, many of whom have put in crops of from 1,000 to 5,000 acres each. But we are glad to obtcrvo that while so much grain is being cultivated, moro attention is also being paid tu a variety of other products. Bralslig Oftls Tor Horses. The fact that oats are frequently undi gestcd, and pass through the horse with out change, should be sufficient to show the impertanco of bruising for certainly no benefit can be derived from that which is undigested by tho animal. Experi ments made by the London Omnibna Com- nanv and others, show that smaller quantity is required 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. — 7 June 1867

M THE LINCOLN HERALD. VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1867. NO. 24. COUNTY THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD IS PCntHIKO F.VURT FRIDAY BY ELLIS & FISH Kit. TEtlMS, 91 SO a year In nilvnitf c. or M If paid within the jcar. Rales of Advertising. One square, 18 lines or less one Insertion, iach aildlllonallnscrtlon -AdmlnlstrAtors'. Notices, t'lnal Settlement N"olloo, ljrBi.vNoricr.s (of a. single stray,) I.V.aU nil.llllftiml rlrnir In ..line tllttlff. $t so - a o 3 00 1 01) pST A liberal deduction will bo mode loyc.iriy idvcrtlscrs. jjrir All I'jixl anic:l!'n.inli must to paid for wacaputllcattonls ccrttSed lo. JT Transient n'lviil.;c!ni.nts must tcaccoro j nnlc 1 with tlioj catli. pO" Advertisements not .marked ornnmtoro.1 ivilllo lncttct till otherwise crde. oil nnd charged Tor nt Iheahore rate. I'rofcfiloual cards of ten lint: or less, will to jiscrtcl i' no year fur 10. Murri.igo, Death, l'unornl nml Chur.ch notices will to jmljltslicit free. All coiutiiiinlcilions ...

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. — 7 June 1867

lincom joity nmu fe. t. Ef.LIS, HDITOK Troy, Mo. FRIDAY, - JUNE 7, IHG7 The Beaoeratle Party The trim Democratic patty is t tic old cut political organisation in existence cinco llio conVfticnccmcnt of this Uovcrn ment It is a party of principle, wIiojc incaiurrf, when folly and airly carried ml and administered, have brought peace to our country and prosperity to her pcopic. No political party in exist nec has Hlood the test of persecution and misrepresentation ritual to it; while the opponents of its principles and meas ures havo went forth to fight it under mora than a dozen different names since it organization. A eotctnporary says, "the indomitable and iron nature of the Democratic; organi zation, its unconquerable faith in the jus ticc of its abiding belief that it will be victorious in the end, arc well displayed hy the energy and persistency with which it rallies and brings its full strength in every contest. Defeats and disaster.", which would have crushed and prostra trd a...

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 June 1867

UC10LN HDllM HERALD. ' LOOAL AND OOuKiTV. Poetry To Our Coutrlbuton. Sono of tho most admired poets com nenced writing their effusions when prompted by lovo of one of tho gcntlor sex in youth. Bobbie Bums, tho sweet signer of Scotland, addressed his first poem "0, once I loved a Mnnie lass to a lovely littlo lassto who was a 'partner in tho harvest field. Ho was then about fixtccn years 'of age. Byron, when but what opposite, addressod his first rhyming to an old lady whom ho disliked very znucn: "In Nollhinghani county, tboro lives at Swan QtUB, As curied an old lady ai ever wai en ; , And when ibo does die, which I hopo will be soon, !he trmly bcltcTci ibo wilt go to the moon." Littlo's p'oonis (first writings of Tom Moore) nre many of them love ditties; and there are otltcrp whose first effusions wcro the offspring of youthful love. It has suggested itself to us that soric of tho young people of this day, who have taken it into their heads that they can "write poetry," nrp trying...

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 June 1867

Ill Thr Cmixt nf ttt? fjnitii!, The l'all wliput looks well, mid a (-noJ breadth of spring crop is.to be fowii. Massachusetts. llio liic'i iirico of Hour lias given un impetus to wheat mis i ij again iu New Jinfilnnd, uiid "not only Was inoro winter wheat xown last full man usual, urn ronmiiernuic' utiririjj wiicat will to -sown. 'jTlio prospce t of a largo crop of fruits of nil kinds mix trcmcly favorable. llhodo Island. Unusually larj-c eropr liotli ot grain mi l fruit nni 'expected. New York. From every quarter the indications arc cliccrtnir. Tlic wheat pves promise of an abundant harvest, and the Winter grains generally are looking remarkably forward, and of vigorous growth. The grass is also coming up finely, and promises a remarkable yicid. New Jersey. TJio crops are raprc hontcd as looking finely in all parts of the State, but peaches have sustained considerable injury in many places, Pennsylvania. The wheat crop in this State is expected to bo n very large one this year, jud...

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 June 1867

HERALD. VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY, JUNE ,14, 1867. NO. 25, THE LINCOLN COUNTY THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD is rcnusnrD i-.vkry mirm-nr ELLIS AT I !iU i:it. TERMS. ! BO a year III advance, or '92 If pt within tlic tear. Rates or Advcrllslnfr. 'ino square, 10 lines or lesi one tnicrtlon, jjacli additional Insertion - Administrators' Notices, Vlnal Sollloinont Notices, Smt Nuncits (of asloglo stray,) - C.ich additional stray In same notice, $1 so 75 . 3 0 3 HO 3 Oil 1 01) $tTA liboral deduction will bo made toyciirly jjveriiicm A11 Lrgnl adterlUtmah must te paid for nnlillmtlonli certified to. IT- . , . . .i ,.. fit" Transient advertisements must bonccom- paled withtho'eash. I .fSfAdrortlseJientt aot marked orntfmberod ..ilh'n rnterUl till otherwlte ordered and chargcl " . , .v. f,t at tuo above YM. I Professional Avis of ten lines or less, will bo alerted ono ear for iu. Marriage, yearn, runcrui unit .uurcu uuuhj SIM ' published free. All communications of a personal natu...

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 June 1867

DflltiQiiciitl.ist of Lands and Lois In Lincoln County, Missouri For 1806. To whom A'wi-ctl. A hum CI' KtlllU MtlllO Admire T 11 A dm of .'iauiro Admiro Aduiiro.MattlicWtAco Alien f5 Anilcnou James lirown Levi 1 sumo Pulley Thos II nunc llakur Miuty 182 40 40 40 40 40 08 ,40 Paris of Sections "or No of Suivey. northwest tinrlhwtt iKirllieact tun thi'a-t in iiortlicHst northwest -'0 lT3 .".(lite i!"'0!0 I'.O- lu 10 Jlarkcr Wil.on Hij.ta S l' Uaxter .Tunics V,t tico W llritton Martin Jloardiu.ni O W sntuo iatno Viituu lame Jtrucrc Theodore llusainiro Henry KltllO Fame t-amo fame ilradcii Win Mime Cophcuhiiver Vfm I l'-'l' t. 1 1 I M tl 111' i.o 1 lie it Minor ,u u 'iv. Crockett John .10'llllWCSt SIUtllVC5t 5 lot iu Wiotu t fractional null southwest tiort1iwv.it iiotllieast nortlicaf t nmthwc'st southeast noitltvcft northwest oullirnt northwest in iwrthest fractional fi' ami 5outwcit Ira I or northeast northwest in southwest southwest northeast northeast foutlnve.-t i'-outhcist southea...

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 June 1867

LINCOLN COllNTVlKRlLD. 12. 1, EM.1H. EDITOIt. Troy, Mo. FRIDAY, - JUNE U, 1807. Falnoulli & New Hope ltock Hoail Mccllngi Al a meeting of tlio citizens of Hurri cane township at New Hopo last fc'atur ilav. the 8th inst.. for the purpose of electing Directors of the above road, the following named gentlemen were chosen. Thompson Cox, John A. bitton, Dr. 'J. C. Welch, J. C. Downing and A. It. Finloy. The meeting was well attended and all seemed flllcd with a spirit of determina tion never before equalled in any part of the county, to have a good rock i oad to Falmouth on tho Mississippi river, where they Bhip their produce. Eighteen thou sand dollars wcro suWribed, and the balance will soon bo subscribed. Tho citizens of Auburn and Union township arc carnos'tly invited, to co ope rato with them and have tho road built to that place. Wo hope that nil reason able efforts will be put forth and the road completed from Falmouth to Ai'burn as t-oon as possible. Let every man in thoso to...

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 June 1867

Delinquent List of Lands at2 Paris i To whom AmcwciI. Ann OP 4), HUUIO " Willi,! IS northv nurllio in uor 11 A Jm of .liniru 40 1, itoilli4 Jr. MonJay morning a raonttrous waterfall wnn hung upoo his door, with a card at tached staling:, "(hi is tho latest style." Jlo svs it looked m like a largo wusp's nest that he put it in tho firo. A ptetty widow of his congregation is accused of the trick. The use of tobacco has been proscribed by tho Vermont Methodist Conference Hereafter no person addicted to tho hab it will bo admitted to membership. PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY OF Medicine & Surgery. Organised in 18 Its. Chartered ly the Legislature. Feb. 20 1853 tamo lruero Tlicudovo Uusaimro Henry sumo Fame tamo (rtnn? - Drmleii Win OUT r.ortl n liin'i . n 0" 'M lot 0 1 1 01 lot 8 51 p lot 3 f!;27 -17,27 r.o lot 4 lot ft north .tiortl panic Cophciihuver Win I l'-Mj ii l.'ntihenl.uter M U -JO, i in su (.'ntihcnliutcr M l 40, in sut ...ao yenti study I nrlour tcsiohV, llicludtng ttt year Fpe...

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 June 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY MAX A LI). ; ,iii"a.:TaHi..ii.jy,.i VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MOii' FRIDAY, JUNE,- 11$()7 THE LINCOLN I 0UMY 1IEHALD ts runusiiKB rxr.ri rntBAV nv EfililM & I I S II Git. TERM, SI 80 a year In advance, orW if raid wlthlnUic car. - m m J-. J f .. f .. 'Ono square, 10 line: or lost ono Insertion, $1 50 .aeh additional Insertion - 75 AdrrlnlstratoTt's NotlcM, - -30 Vlnal Settlement Notice!", - 3 nit Stray Noticss (of a ilnglo stray,) - 3 CO1 'Sack additional itray in samonotlco, 1 00 ?Jt" A liberal doductlou will bo urn Jc to yearly advertisers. ! eSTAW Ltgat aJccrtiitmiHtt mutt bo paid for if.- i,it.,inn ! in,, i i., i irhcn publication is certified to. 1 Transient advorusvnients mutt bo nccom- f anted with tho! cash. I Advortlsoaents aot marked or numbered , wmboln..rtodtlllotUi,.o,dod.ndeUarBed for at tho above rates. . rrofcssloual cards of ton lints or less, will to uscrtod ono year for $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church notices lll be published fr...

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 June 1867

MMOL IflliMl HliRlLD. IJ. J. UI.MM, KD1TOH KR1 DAT, JINK SI, 1817. Driniig-WhllherT Oppression hat gtown rtfe tn lire TJor- eminent that Was once a blessing to her )op!e. Taxes trc keavy the burden in croasing and some of tho dearest right bequeathed us by the Constitution of our Country arc slipping 6lowIy, but surely from our grasp. Corruptness in office is unbounded, and many office seekers are using every deception llioy ran contrive to get at the public moncy There arc scores, yes hundred?, of little petty offices that are moro nuisances to thn (tavern mcnt, feeding frcoly from tho public crib. Thoro aro thousands upon thousands of United States bonds held by the wealthy cations of our Government, drawing per cent, interest in gold, and who pay no tax upon this hoarded wealth. The man of scanty means cannot buy and hold these bonds ; ho must labor and pay taxo upon every thing ho possesses nothing belonging to him is free. Then let us ask, Upon whoso shoulders falls tho oppres ...

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