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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 21 June 1867

UCMOLN mm HERALD LOCAL AND C JLIMTY. The Trov Christian Institute. This Instituto closed its exercises lasl Friday evening; Thd Large Hall was crowdod with poonle, many of them pa rents 'and friends of tho students. The host of order was preserved throughout tho cutiro evening, thereby rendering it a plcasans task for tho atudents to per 'form their Tcspective parts. Profeesor Rice delivered an able and NroU'writton address, containing much ' Mod advice to the studonts. And here Vo would say to all who have boon un 'der his caro and instruction the last year, 'ii will do lb em good to remember and 'followit. The Troy Christian Institute is des tined to do much good. The number of students in attendance tho first year, un der its new Management, gives ovidbnee of its future prosperity and greatness. Tho school will he sustained. The peo ple, parents and guardians of the rising generation cannot look with indifference on an institution of so much importance to the welfare of their chi...

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 June 1867

The Potato Us History. An English paper ytiitv.t that a Mr. Crawford read ft piper before the Ethno logical Society in London, which embra ced a history of the potato an fnrnsktiowii, It was cultivated by tho Indians before the arrival of Kurupcans in America, but has the power to consummate- upon con was a very small tuber. It was taken to linuous settlement long enough to estab Irol.ind in 105(1, and to Spain and Porta- Halt his bona fide and get complete title, gal somo years previously. It is said to Under theso circumstanced it is his duty be a well authenticated fact that Colonel ' to guard tho premises from timbor f poil ftluro, of Caldwell, .Scotland, within tho ntlons, and to this end has his legal present century, had somo indurated clay remedy under tho local hws ogainst a soil, taken from n coal pit being sunk nr. trespass which ho should invoko for hi his place, forty feet beneath the m face, protection. which ho oarofully treated so os to pro-' vent its being impregnat...

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. — 28 June 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2, TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE, 28 1867- NO. 27, TUK LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD is runi.MtKn r.vcnv kimdav bt KMIS &JP18I1 KB. TEltMM. l SO a year in nitvnlicc, or 1 If puU wlllilti the year. Rates or Advertising. ' Ono square, 10 lines or lost ono Insertion $1 90 jf.ch additional Insertion f5 Administrators! Notices, - -30 Vlnal Settlement Notice, - - 3 00 8tbit Noticks (of a slnglo stray,) - 3 00 Each additional stray In samonollcp, 100 f.ir A liberal doduetlon will to undo to yearly advertisers. All .jil wlvtrth'mmtt must bo Jiald for 'when publication is ccrtlflc J to. JT.tr Transient advertisements must bcaccom sronlol with thotcath. ff-Advorlliononts Bot marked omumoerca wlllbe Inserted till otherwise ordsred and charged fur at thonbovo ratei. l'rofcs.ioual cardi of ten Unci or less, will bo nsertod ono yenr fur $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral nnd Church nottcci will bo published free. All communications of a personal nature must bo pub...

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 June 1867

mm coin' 11 1,1111,11. te. J, ellim, . . - . i:i)iruit. Troy, IMo. . FRIDAY, - - JINK 28, I8C7. Wkurn nne the Moncv (Jo f This if a question (lint should be naked by ovcry tax-payer throughout (ho luuu. Thev should all know how the money given to the fupport cF iho Government is disposed oi. Aim il (his was gener ally known, there arc many who arc now holding places of trust that would in an instant he hurled from their honorable positions. This is a republican government, the toico of the people beinj; the laws 'there of at leant It should bo so. To execute tho laws officers arc elected ; but all these officers oro not honest men. Indeed our Government has suffered no little, finnti citllv. becauso of this fact: and it i. i therefore, necessary that hooks should he kept of the money received arm ox nended. both bv the ccnarul and State ( 1. governments, and that the people should eco and know t'icso accounts. Thev arc open, perhaps, for inspection nt the va rious offices; but they ...

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 June 1867

MCIOLN COUNTY MMLK "LOCAL AND Q3WNTV. Tournament Incitement Increasing. So energetic liavo our young men and Indies, togetber with our older citizen?, befn In tho Tournament movement, that meetings aro being held almost daily to further tho oljoct. Tlio grounds have been prepared, largo nmounts of provis ions contributed, tho young ladies arc jut oelling ticket?, (ho Arrangement 'Committee aro hard at work, and tho band qf Knights aro training therajclvcs daily, vol. T. Q. Hutt will read tho Declaration 'of Independence, and Henry Quigly, Esq., trill address the crowd. Every thing will bo done to mako tho Fourth of 'July a gala day. All aro invited. Fourth of July Hall. "On with llic dance , let Joy bo uncuiifintd ; Mo sleep till morn when youth nnd plenum meet, To chnio ttio glowing hourt with flying feet." Messrs. Ilnmmond Si Frailer propri etors of tho Troy House, will givo n grand Bali on the evening of tho 4th of July, in their large hall, where it is ex pected tho beauty and 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. — 28 June 1867

Nrglrcls Destroy Farm I'roflis. 11 neglecting to luck the ctnhlc door, ttie liotso wits alolcii; by having lut ol uld rubbish in lite barn yard, one colt broke his leg, and nnuthcr got 11 nail in liis foot; by neglecting to sji'iiJ liall'nti hour in battening up tho tlircplbbl, a n pair ol twin lambs frozo to dealb; by carelessly tying tlic bull, the ox was gored and dioj; by neglecting to kill the tick? en the sheep, and lice on tho cattle, the nheep became poor, shed their wool, gave do milk, and the lambs died, nnd a fine Rtock of cattle, in fine condition when they came to Mull, lot all their flesh be fore 'jsprlng, p-omo wcro helped up by the tail and survived, wliilu others were sna ked offby the neck, a sort of retributive justico to their owners, always attached in some way to human -transgression. Vermont Farmer. Twelve hundred millions of dollars a year is an enormous draft upon the profile of business in this country. It is one which compels clo.se bargaining and cloao de...

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 July 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, , MO., FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1867- NO.. 28, THE THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD IS rCHttMIKD RttlT FRIDAY BY ELLIS fc 1" ISIIER. TERMH, l BO a year In advance, or fit If paid within (ho year. Rates of Advertising One square, 10 linos or lesa ono Insortlon, $1 SO 2aeh additional Insertion - 74 Administrator'. Notlocn, - -30 Final Settlement Notice, . - S 00 fctaiT NoTlcia(of ft nitric itray,) -3 00 Kaeh additional stray In eamo notice, ! 00 pfk liberal doduction nlllbcinado to yearly aJrerlleers. pf All L'jl nJi'trltumcnlt muH Lo paid fur WhenFuhlleolion Is certified lo. Transient ndvcrll?cmontt mut Louccora ronted with thecatli. ptf Advrll'OJient9 not maikod ornnmbcred willba Inserted till .ith-.tal-.w ordered rr. vliMgcd lor at thoaloie xKU.t. Proft?loual card-, nf ten linna or U-i; "sill be uscrtod on-? year f"r ?10. Marriage, Death, Funeral rnd Church uoIIcm will 1)0 published dec. All cuimnunlcatlnn of a pcrror.al r.&turc mtist be pub...

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 July 1867

LIMN C01TV JlliRlLD. Ii. i. U1.UB, m m ftDITOH Troy- Mo. FRIDAY - - JIM5, I87e T16WI 9t TMitn$ Stevens. W would call tho attention of our leaders to tho "Interview of a Southern tditor with Thad. Stevens," to bo found on our fint paso. Slovens is tlio lie.nl of the Medical party tlicir bright and sliln ins light and liis measures nro alinoHt anivenallv adontcd bv his party. That - - 0 I " ( tlioaro damnable and destructive to our country, no one with any feeling of right and juatico will for a moment deny. "Will you perils! In toiircniiflitl'n measure, Mr. Hlorcns will ton he salbfled with no loss 7" "No.ilrl Anything less would bo unjust to those wronged by your etlme." Confiscation has been tho object of this arty of oligarchlsts all along. 'Tis thus Thad. Stevens wishes to get revenge for tho burning of his iron worksj 'tis thus Iio wishes to support tho negro, whoj through his parly, havo bccoiuo a burden unto tho Government; and (Ovory effort f that party will be to this end. G...

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 July 1867

LINCOLN COINTV HERALD. ""LOOM AND OOONTV, Spoclal'Electlon. " Tim Sheriff of this county has alraady . .. . 1. t. lJhflla riwn nonce to me peopiu, VJ of the special ejection o bo hoM.on &at i i.i o.J Vi tuonte to vote gruay, Aaguair wu, .v. . r--i .hethcr the county shall tako "one hun- arod thousand dojjari stock for the pur noso of improving tbo roads of the coun ty," tho same amooht 'to bo ttbsotiboU li individuals and "road companies or--jniicd according to la." Tho question t a plain one, and every voter can make up his mind in five minutes, whether he ii in favor of improving the roads, or hating them remain as they havo Icon for tho last ton or fiftcon ycais almost impassable at certain seasoos'of the year. ti. fact is. Lincoln' county wants better roads ; and unless thero is an effort and willingness on the part of the people to raiso monoy to improvo them, it novcr - i i - .t Vain ivntL am linrA aonn roaa iu , - . i1.m " Tn nSnn irnMta'out of ten their condition has bee...

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. — 5 July 1867

ess rav aKi?aaaaaaaaaKatH,r-' tbT HTK I aaaM W 111 A 41. Ii- , U'u. r i i , i iMtal.fSiii: ' 1 MBBSk aEftuVPBBUSEflp'pj fw aflalaL. YANKEE R0B1IS0FS GREAT SHOW US ACdirUSBI IT IT LUTr aM t4 srlflMl Slmaaaara" YANKEE ROBINSON Hi! HMhM MmH wllti Ik rVHtatM KlOItt a,ia,j javr Km mi i iimfli aawiaaj wiu, MtklnioTlM" COLOSSAL MORAL EXHIBITION For the Era wo lire In. 9 MOWS CONSOLIDATED. MENAIallES Ml 6IIQUSEI, Aa4Mtreattirei The Largest Show in America, over boo Men ana noreei. 1 b. Kml cHkUm f Ferocime Living Wild Animal r.,,tttoakllIMe,ouirr. Th ONLY YANKEE BORN ELEPHANT, A BABT ELEPHANT Jail waaae4 tnm ItaMatkM. A MAMMOTH DROMEDARY, Unlr Imparted aiaa IHS. A HERD OF RAftPFO OAT I Lfc Maaatar Dim tf PERFORMING LIONS A TIGERS A JET BLACK LION. Allow.. U ll iraatr al rurtoelt J In Ike Animal klntlon. A 8TRIPED WILD HORSE. AN UNTAMEABLE BISON. Will a latrodacrj into Uw clrele bj alron. man. THE 8IL.VKK MOUNTAIN EQUESTRIAN BEARS, In Ikrlr ,atinlakln en4 tlmaal kuii parfarataiKaa. AN AFKICA...

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 July 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2, TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1867- NO. 29 TIIK LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD IS ri'M.tSIIKD EVKRY FRIDAY lit ELLIS & IIS HER- TERM9.fi soayenr inidviiice,'or!i If paid wlthlu the yeir. Rates of Advertising On iqaaro, 10 lines or leal eno tniortlon, Xaeb additional Insertion $1 so, .'Adralnlstratori'e Notices, Final Settlement Notice, . s 00 a o StaiY NoTtcas (of a single stray,) - - 3 00 iSaeh. additional stray In same notice, - 100 ftM" A liberal deduction will be undo toyeitrly advertisers. 6 All f-'3l mhriUemrntt mult bo paid for wscn publication li certified to. fcf Transient ndrorlliomonU must bo accom ftntod with the! cash. AdTertlsonenti el marked ornnnborod will bo Inserted till otherwise ordered and ohargod for at the above ratei. Professional cards of ton lines or-tcss, will bo nierted ono year for $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church notices will bo published free. ( i All oommnnlcatlons of a personal naturo must be publis...

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 July 1867

MRMLjl (OliMV HlillLll. KDITOK. rX1i,o.v, Mo. FRIDAY, - JULY 1?, ISM. The Kf ( Tmr ia Ttiiessee, Oovornor ttrowalew of Tennessee, wlioio nawn is prominent licTuro tlic American people as one of the most pow tjrful Methodic! preachers lliat ever i tcred a pulpit, if we are to believe Ihc words or hiynl Radical, i using tlic tnililia tiro iamo as Fletcher anil other Judical tyrants who hive had control of Federal Layonetain Maryland, Kentucky, thti and other Wares, to prevent hnncxt mil law nbidiog clliicns from enjoying that highest of all earthly Meaning the tight that belongs to them by the higest lw of our land to roto without being iiidlcittcd or made afraid. Drownlow is kfruiJ to truHt his election to the unbi ased judgment of people, who have long ugo thrown down their arms, nnd expressed a willingness by id arid deed to bow witlicbeerrulMSS to lie lawtfinailu by Congresato gofern then. ' He tbiuks be can sco io their faces a disposition not to pronounoo his hto rule of that Sl...

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 July 1867

e VOLN COUNTY Wilt 11,11. LOCAL AND OOUNTY. Tlic Hoarl Improvement I'.lcctloii. Wonro sorry to eco so little Interest taken in a niOTcment that Is to benefit the ounty so much ns tlio proposition mnilo by the County Court nt its last term. For yean havo our aitizens been wearing out toams, wagons, buggies tnd carriages oTcr the, al time?, nliricst iYnpassablo roads of tlic county ; niid now, when n movement is fen foot that cannot fail to benefit nil, they fold their bands in perfect uncon cern, asking cf the corn, "Is it shelled?" Would the roads como to them, without 'any exertion or expense on their pari, '(hey would be hailed with jjIriIii". for everybody wants them. Then why hot go to work and carry this thing through? If the property hol lers will but for a moment look at the matter with an 'eye freo of lustful desire to "sink" every Vx-nl that comes into their possession ho will clearly see that his citato will soon he I'tihanced In value at least 25 per cent., if good roads ...

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 July 1867

r, O "YANKEE" GREAT SHOW lUmiSIEDinTLISTI' T oM nj ortflnal "fllmonpuW YANKEE ROBINSON llu (Mwltltd MniMlr villi Id finfri.ton nl F.lUHt D1SIINCT KXItllllllO.MS:, m.roJ with his, m.kln, " Th." GLOSSAL MORAL EXHIBITION FortlioErawollvoln. 9 SHOWS COSSOLIPATED. MENABER1ES MHD CIRCU8E8, Ani Mot ro.ltlr.lr The Largest Show in America, Over 800 Men and Horses. Hit luri.t collection of Ferocious Living Wild Animals KtcrLroujhl to thli country. Th. ONLY YANKEE BORN ELEPHANT, A BABY ELEPHANT Jutt wrtnftt from UiMothor. A MAMMOTH DROMEDARY, Only on Import! net A HERD OF SACRED CATTLE: Monster Oeni f PERFORMING LIONS A TIGERS, A JET BLACK LION. Allowr.1 to Llli. attaU.lcurio.it) In tlm Animal MnjJon. A STRIPED WILD HORSE. AN UNTAMEABLE BISON. Will l Intri.lufJ into the cirri. 1 jr itrmij men. T.UK SIL.VKU MOUNTAIN EQUESTRIAN BEARS, In their uloniiklni nl .lmoit hiimin pcrf.Tm.net.. AN AFKICAN "MAN-EATHK." ait.oupuof TRAINED PONIES & MONKEYS. Tlio School of EDUCATED DOCS & MONKEYS. 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. — 19 July 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1867. NO. 30 THE THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD ts rcnr.uiir.D kvkry rnituT nv ell is & fisher. TERMS, $1 BO a year In advance, or $3 If paid within the year. Rates of AdvertislBff. Ono tquare, 10 linn or leu one Iniertlon, $1 SO ach additional Insertion - - 75 Administrator.'. Notice., - 3 0 Final Sottlement Notices, - 3 00 "Ptiuy NoTicM(ofaitngte atrajr.) - 3 00 Bach additional ttray In tame notice, 1 00 j4Sm A llboral deduction will bo undo toyoarly advertisers. O All Irgnl ntlrerl'uemenli mult be paid for wtoa publication Is cortlfled to. ,TJt Transient advertisements mast be accom rnnlod with the cash. .tr Adrertlsonentt ant markod or numbered wlllbo Iniertod till otherwise ordered and charged fer nt theabovo rates. Professional cardi of ten Unci or, ten, will bo niertcd oat year for $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church notices nlll bo published free. All communications of a personal nature must be pu...

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 July 1867

LIMOIA l(ltTI HlilllLD. K.J. ULMH, - Ti'oyt 2VI o FRIDAY, - .11 l-V 10. ISG7. C0NCRLS& Wo publish tLc report of llio Confer ence Committee ou tlic Reconstruction Lill. to tlio Honre, nnJ which wn pa.'fcd by tint body iu full. It is a mod tyran nical attempt to overthrow every vestige of right in t1u Month. In nhort, it im proves of, and jttstlfic the military com manders at the Huutti in their recent acts of displacing officers, etc., and liown: plainly tlio course that tie Hadica) psrty intend otcr to pursue so long ns they hold the reins of government. Section two of this piece of Irgi.-Ulion gives to the district commander? unlimited power in deposing officers elected under .State government, and filling nil vocaiicies occu sioncd hy resignation, death or otherwise. The General of the Army of the United States is alto entrusted with the K-itne power. It then approve ihc-actiims of tlio commanders hereiDfine ; rj mit definitely the nlnn for resiNim'ton. tin oath required, 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. — 19 July 1867

INKM COUNTY llliRM LOCAL AND COUNTY 1'lfiy CcU will pay for the Herald from till time to December 20, the clos lug of the Second Volume. 'Let 'our citizens take note of tho fact Hint no oath will bo required of persons 'voting on tlio Road Improvement order of the County County, at tho election on the 3d of August- Jo says tho Court. Near Bushy Fork, on tho 8th inst. Mr. Hushrod Argent shot and killed instantly, a negro man named Jack, in his employ, Tho boy once belonged to Joel Crenshaw, lie drew a knife and made at Mr. Argent, cutting him in sovcral places on both nrms, when Mr. Argent drew a pistol and shot him. Tho net was wholly in self defence. Hie County Poor ilimxca We wcro on tho grounds Tuesday eve ning where the county Poor house build ings arc being erected, nnd Messrs Ken dall and Adams seem to bo progressing finely with the work. The foundations 1'or their buildings havo been completed, imd tho' bricklaying has commenced. Monday, the day Yankee Robinson's 'Yankee" cir...

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 July 1867

who in my r.iminnit t" Thy nclgbor ? It li he whom thou Hut powor to lid and bless, Whom (thing head or horning trow Thy soothing band may pross. TJky neighbor? 'Hi Ihe fainting poor Whose eye with want It dim, Whom hanger sends from door to door J Go Ihoa nd neeor him. Shy neighbor 7 'Hi that weary man Whose year ire at thilr brim, Ilent low with sickness, eare and pain j Oo thou aid comfort him. Thy neighbor T 'Tli the heart bereft Of ertry earthly gctn Widow aad orphan, helpless lofl Go thoa and shelter them. Thy neighbor? Yonder tolling slate, Fettered In thoaght and limb, Whose hopei are all beyond thegraro fle thoa and rsmom him. Wheno'r thou meel'st a human form Less farored than tblno own, Remember 'tit thy fellow worm, "Thy brother nnd thy eon." NOT APBAID TTO WOR K The rain was pouring in tho streets of a great cily, when a poor looking boy stopped at a printing office, and asked to nee Mr. Gay, tho master of tbo house. "Cotno in," said a voico from within. Nr. Qay looked ...

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 July 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1867- NO. 31 THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD is rrettsnro nvrnv ntinAV by emis & fisher. TERMS, BO o ye ar In advance, or 2 If pnld wlllilu the year. Rates of Advertising. tDastquare, 10 tinea or test one Intcrllon, $1 SO Xieh additional tmertlon - - 75 Admtnletratore'a Notices, -30 l?lnV Settlement Notices, - - - 8 00 Br ray Noticss (of a itnglo itrny,) 3 00 Bach additional stray In same notice, 1 00 9 A ltboral deduction will be mado to yearly advertisers. pSf All L'QnX alvrrtfamatti mutt bo paid for wtoa publication Is eertldcd to. JTJF Transient advertisements mutt bo accom panlod with the! cash. SO Advertise aonts Bol markod or numbered w lllbo Inierted till otherwise ordered and charged for at the abovo ratca. Professional card, of ten Ilnoa- test, will be morted one year for $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church notlcct will bo published free. All communlcatlona of a perianal naturo must tit publl...

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 July 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY MiMLD. - kihtou. roy, Mo. TlllUSDAV, - - JUL 25, I87. Whit Is Loyally ? Tn tliis enlightened age when every one who doe not conform to the belief of certain parly is "put down" or disloyal and the rijIil of suffrage whiuh wo hole to be inherent in taken from him, we would auk some of our Radical friend to tell ai what "loyalty" in. Is it lo have preached secession for awhile in 18U1, in during nil who could bo influenced ti take arm in defense of Southern rights, then beat a retreat, denouncing nil who had done so as "rebels" and 'traitors" a did Charles P. Drake, now Radiea Senator from this State? Is it to im pose oaths upon the people that tho au thors themselves cannot take? though many of them havo perjured iIiuhmjIvcs by so doing. It is going about crying, Loyal, loyal, 0 Lord I thank thee I nm not as other men, even as this 'Conner head,' who would show mercy to rebels and traitors? ' Is it to lay axidc ami disregard tvery feature of tho Cunstitu tion that inte...

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