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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 29 August 1867

Ml COUNTY M1LO. We tlio underiiinod, patrons of Mad amo Lohfink, vho Las'bccb'a (cacher of musio In our eiiy for two yens past, bay ing received tho bflneflfapf-kr invajua- b!e scr ices' in thV instructions of' our children dariujtthit timo,- deem itbut ourduiy.appftouttirig patrons to,rt cotutr.cnd Iiu in .the highest terms to the citiruM of Truy and vicinity', wlio may vt'uh th ir cliildron well' instructed in th: 'ring "id elevating accom plishment. We,can with the learner of nnnio no better fortune than to bo placed uuJer her guidance In untiring indus try, iu tbo thoroughness of hcr.inatruo 'tion, in thot rapidity with which.sho ad vances her pupila,' wV must say that she Hurpasscs all who .hlave preceded hex in her vocation in our efty. The students of the school toJwhich,lu goes nmy well think themselves fortunate in' nocurine tho borvrces of a Vacher.ep skillful and accomplished; ''aid ih community of which she becomes a tnemper may .will be proud of its worthy and valuablo ...

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. — 29 August 1867

All Boris or Items Tho iitddon and niynlcrioua disappear ance of silver ware U now termed " itut- lorism." The completion of an additional ncction of 35 miles of tho Union Pacific Hnilroad is announced, terminating at tho 420tb tnile west of Omaha. It li eaid that tho proceeds of all the whiskey recently confiscated in Now York have been swallowed up in costs, liettor have allowed the first set of rascals to keep it. It is estimated that tho peanut crop in nortn Carolina will equal this vcar the crop of last. New ilauovcr and Onslow, tho principal peanut region, then realized sixty thousand bushels. A ladj not long since found a birds nest tnado to a largo extent of lace worth about a dollar a yard. One p'icco, seven yards lornr, formed the lining ol the neat. The lace had been lost about a mouth before. A thrifty wife wonders why tho men can't manage to do something useful. Might they not as well nniuso themselves in smoking hams as in smoking cigars? A woman about to sign a deed, ...

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 September 1867

( THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. OL. 2. . . TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO. ; THURSDAY) SEPTEMBER 5, 1867. NO; 37, MR mCOW COUNTY IICHALD rs ntttatv srzar inckSBir nr ELLIS fc FISH ERi IrBRMS.ai SO a year In advance, or If paid within the year. Bates 8f"Adrer(l9lBg. '4m saoare, 10 Maes or ItM one insertion, $1.60 jtMlitUIUiiitiMNnni -'Adsalalstfators'i Nptleea, fclaal SUUeiatat Netlee TltaaT Hotiou (of tingle i tray,) -'Sah additional strayta samenotlee, rs s o .1 o s oo 1 oo jnT A liberal doduetlon will bo made to yearly -advertisers. ' 0f All yl divtrtUtmft aaait be paid for vihea publication Ii ecrtUed to. fM' Transient advertisements muit boaccom tanled "with theleash. fr Advertisements not marked srnumbsrej wlllbe laeotSed till ot&otwlse ordered and charged lor at. tae above rates. Frofetiloual eardi of ten Iloei or toss, Trill be started ono year for $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church noticci will be published free. All communication! of a personal natnre must lie published or...

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 September 1867

IMCOU COUNTY UW'rjSS&SZSZS- - nio 8reat changes "lave mil arc taking . TiUoo'iu the State in,favor.of tho Demo cratic ticket. The negro euffrago ques- ti. i. ULLI8, Troy I o. THpBDAf, r -, iron advocated by the Bndleais oporarw Vttv, at his midcrico, four miles sonth tf Troy, JMon day evening at 8 o'ojook, Kid. Thomas J. Wmwii, after a'ae'vero RKI'T. 8, 1887. upon the massti;df jlbo peopU Wf k "Vget manner, uoon a ore. uooeii uauicais otq opposed -to negro wnfcago iB-tbe43tate? and wilt Yotc against it, ' Tbo "lodicotions fr6m all paitl of the State aro t!dP nearly eihrr one of the -eighty eight counties wilt, iri.thoir county ions illness of three davo. at r.. I -n M.-L . cigniycignicouBucsiriM, in.moucou; Mr. Wright, wa born in Bourbon county ... .... ,rttt..l!A. -Ami Konluakj, Maro1ll8ll803,ndenligraed o , Na(l(Jol (deblio to. Mmoim pjor thirty years, ago. He . Tbo morc lho pc,e m(J waia varmndeouistentadrocatoof tbe. ., ... . . i... ' .... ' Old -School 'Baptist church,' ami...

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 September 1867

JtaxsBuno, Combado, August 23. Judge Ktonsy, Indian C'oratBlisionor, hi united from Foit-PhiU Kearney, and conl'mijAe fellt ba.?een. Mnj.owell and the Slouj Indians, lie fought throe thouuhd India! three-hours with twenty nlno m'en concealed behind a corral made of wagon bjdsj Lieut. Jonnoss and five oldianvwero. killed. Indian ion, 200. ii.C i I4 r - ' Facti. Tho chemical t-'nltratns isllie Best Sakratus. :CliemicY Haleratua is better than Soda.,. ' Chcujical Saicratus has sixteen ounces in a pound, ''others havo fourteen to fifteen ounces. t'To lc,dr not to be-iFiat'i iU question." Whether to suffer with mchtal anguish( Feverish hps, cracking gains, dyspeptic agonies, j l i-. And .nameless boflllf suffcrin'g; ',' Or whether with udi1cpidali, , Seise a bottlo of Plantation Bitters, And"ai Ouuthcr swears, bo Juyself a man again. j '' ,,' (lunthor said mytoves were snllopr,. My visage haggard, myIb'rCath,Verybad, Sly disposition troublesome In fact, .He gently hjhled.I was fast bdeon...

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 September 1867

Sheriff Sale, BY rlrlao of m execution, Itsned from the otiica oi (ho Clerk of the Circuit Cf.url of Lincoln o-nty, Missouri, dated lira 2oili day Anguit, 1S87, made returnable to the Pcideraher mrm or said omrt, I67, md to ttio Pl.trlff of Lincoln eowntv directed, ncd'to mo dolivircd, on tho 23th day or August, 1807, In favor nf Alejf tnder 0. welion, anl galnt Henry Llgnn, I hurt lelsed and levied upon Ml tho tight, title, claim and iaterest of tho said Henry Llgnn, In und to the following deieribed teal eilato, nitnato In Lincoln county, Missouri, to wit.: tho , northeast quarter of tho southern t quarter of see 'Hon fovea townihln fifty, ranro two east, con taining forty ocresi tho northwest quarter of lonllieau quarter socron seven, town-nip tiny, rsoge two cait, eontnlntng forty cre; tho south weit quarter of southeast iinartcr rcction seven, town.ulp Etty rtuge two eait,and also tho north weft quarter of the northeatt quarter fiction dzhteen. town.hln fifty, rknee two eait co...

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 September 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1867. NO. 38. THE LINCOLN COUNTY IIEKALD II I-Vf LIIIUD IVtRT THBISDAT BT ELLIS & FISHER. TERM, l SO a year In advance, or 93 If paid within the year. . HatP3 of Advertising. ' if tare, 19 llaea or Ion oat Insertion, (1 SO jCaeh additional Insertion f& Administrators'! Notleei, - -30 'i'lnal Settlement Notice's, - - 3 0 Wiuy Notiom (of a single stray,) - R 00 Each additional stray In same notice, 100 js" A llboral dodaolton will be made toyearly advert Isori. fi All hnal aietTtiiimet.lt malt be pntd for wio?pbllcallonl.c.rtlfl.dto. JaW Transient advertisement! muit beaecom- - ... .. . i rnnled with thojeaih. I X2V Advertise nenti aot marked or numbered 'mill Inserted till otherwlia ordered had ohargod f.r nt tboobove rate!. I'rofcsslouil cards of ten Unci or less, will be nscrted'one'year for $10. 1 Marrlago, Death, Funeral and Church notices will be published froe. All communication of a p...

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 September 1867

UtW COUNTY IIER.IL8. ti. ft KT.LIg, . . 4 EDITOR. Troy, Mo. till? US DA V - - SEPT. 12. 1807. Death of Governor Helm, Go?. Helm, or Kentucky, died at KHz nbclhtorn, on Saturday last, 7th instant. lie Was elected at the recent August clec tion in that State, his inaugration taking place the 3d of the present month, at hie rctdenco at Klrwbcthrown, he being too ill to go to Frankfort. His funeral took place lait TuaJay, juit 'one week from tho inauguration, with Masonic honors. Gov. Helm was recognized as one of the ablott md vroit upright men in Ken- turfry. Ho had served as Governor of tho otfito before, having been olectcd Lieutenant Governor when John J. Crit tenden was Governor, and succeeded Mr. Crittenden when the latter was chosen to the United States Senate. His death having oecurcd during the first two years of his term, the law makes it the duty of the Chief Justice to order on election to be held on Ibn Grst Monday of August next. iMcnntlmo all Jho duties appertaining to t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 12 September 1867

LINCOLN mm 1IEIULD. LOCAL AND CltoNTY. The Schools. On Monday morning last the foiuaio c'f the bolls calling to school vibrated through the town, and scholars arc now daily scon vending their way thith'crWnrd. Doth schools the Troy Christian Institute and Parker Seminary open under most fa vorablo auspices. Wo arc proud to see tho interest that is being taken in our town in tho education of tho youth, and heartily wish our schools the success they descryo. . Tlio New Hope Tournament. Thursday last was the witness of an ex- 'oltl'ng sc'orio at the above placo in the way of a tournament ride, pie nic, etc. We have been unablo to obtain full particu lars, and would hero remind our New Hope friends, and others, that wo solicit information of events transpiring around them, as it impossible for us to be every nrhero. Wo learn, however, that Mr. Clay San- dors was tbo successful Knight, crowning Miss Fannte Knapp, Queen of Love and lleauty ; Mr. J. Frank Nelson, second crown, bestowing it...

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 September 1867

Sheriff's Sale. T1Y vlftnn of an execution. I- ud front tho 1J oKcc rl (he Clrk nf thn Cltntt court of Lincoln county, Missouri, listed iho znth tiny An-ii.t. JSfir. ton )ceHirnahlf to tho Sordcmbsr term of fald court, lV.7, snd to l!io ShuHT of Lincoln eountv .lired"! r.:til in mo delivered, on the 26th day of Auga't, ISA", In favor i.f Alex finder H. Nclion, and njralnst Henry Llgon, 1 lure rolz I mi l levied njion nil Ilia right, title, t'ltlin anJ Inlcrcjl of thr ssid Henry Llgon, H and In tho following described rcnl cstnlo, situate In Llnciln county. Mlnmirl, to wit i the northeast quarter of the sortthetsl qusrier if sec tint seven tornhln fifty, range two ra-t, con raining forty nere th northivctt ijuattcr of southeast quarter xeci on soven, wnnsnip titty, lanpo two ent, containing forty acres) thn South west quarter of siulhcnt quarter section icien, township any rsngc two cost, nun auo tee norm wet quarter of tho norlhsatt quarter section Hjhtcon, township fiflVi rango two...

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 September 1867

HERALD. VOL. 2," TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1867. NO,. 89. THE LINCOLN COUNTY THE LIN06LN COUNTY UEltALD II rOILIlllID KVCCT TUCRSDaV BT ELLIS &F1SIII2R. TEttMH. 91 SO a year In advance, or f If pnU within the year. Rates f Advertising. 9a square, 10 lines or its on insertion, i sv 4aeh additional Insertion 75 Admtnlstrators's-Hotlees, - -30 Final Sottlement Notices, -30 BraaT N6ncis(6f ailnglc'itray,) -3 00 Each additional stray In saine notice, 1 CO 3i" A liberal deduction will be inade'-foyetirly advcrtlsors. jQB All Legal atfeertiVmeNt BTast bo paid for hea publication li certified to. Transient advertisements mutt bo accom panied with the! caib. 2aTAdrertlsexienta not marked ernumberod willbo Ina.riW till otHectflia ordered and charged lor at the abort rate. FroCotilouat eardi of ten lloee or less, will to mortal oat year for 910. ' Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church notlcci will be published free. All oosnanlcatlona of a personal nature mnit 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. — 19 September 1867

imm comity mum. u. j. r.u, ..... i:oitoi(. Troy, M!o. TnUBSDAT, 8KPT. 19, 1867. Gen. Ord or Mob Lav. It Kill be remembered by our readers that the Camden (Ark.) Jingle was sup- pressed and mobbed by a .party of soldiess, some tituo ilnco. In defense ef this outrage, Colonel Gilbert, com manding tho post, wroto to General Ord, in which he aaid that the "censures of the press directed against the servants of Ac people may be endured j but Gener.il Ord and Neil'a force, detailed to enable him to perforin bis duties, aro not the crvatits of the people of Arkans.if, but rather their masters, and it is felt to be a grent piece of impertinence for newspa pers in this State to comment upon Neil under any circumstances whatever.'' Cu'n. Ord, in reply to this piece of ig norant efTrontcry, says: "Vour letter of the Inth ultimo, in which you attempt to justify the net of a party ot soldier?, who misled by an officer, forcibly entered a citizen's house aiid destroyed his property, is received. ...

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 September 1867

LINCOLN JMftT BMW. LOCAL AnVcOUNTY. A Pleasant Hide, toountlng onr pony, the latter part of last week, wo jogged along at a gentle pace inho direction of that rich and beautiful portion of the county, Hurricano town chip. Though tho poct'.i "nicluncholy 'days" aro fast Approaching, we saw noth. ing'to particularly remind us of the fleet ncss with which wo are hurrying down 'lifo's river. Tho fields along which wo passed had an oppoarRtico of industry about Ihem that speaks well of our en terprising tillers of tho soil every one putting their shoulders to the wheel, that they may "piy their own and (he lond- 'liolder'staxl" Tho corn crop ha not turned out as poorly as was thought it would during the hot, dry months of summer, though it is far from good. At Auburn wo Wore invited to romaln and witness a colt iliow. A great many wero gathering into tho town, somo bring ing their one-year old colts to tho expo pit ion, anil wo havo no doubt hut many fino ones centered about tho street; ...

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 September 1867

Sheriff's Sale. trY vlr!, bt an execution. Issued from the JJ offlc el th Clerk of th Circuit court of Llnealn 'Onnty, Missoail, dated fb 20'h day Aarv.t. 18(7. inaJtrctnrhibl. t the Senteuiber term of 11M eort, 1817, and M th Shtilff of Lincoln count? directed md la tft delivered, on th 2(th day of August, 187, In furor uf Alex udir B. Nelson, (ad agilnst' Henry Llgon, I We seised and lvld upon all the tight, title, claim end InUrtit ef Iba laid Henry Llgon, in and to the following detorlbed real estate, situate In Llnolo eounty, Missoarl. lo wit i the northeast quarter of th southeast ejnsrrer of no tion seven township 8fiy, range two tail, con Uliilnf forty acrti; the northwest quarter of southeast quarter seet'en vj, towmhlp fifty, range two east, containing forty acres) the south west quarter of sou heatt quarter telle: seven, township arty range two nit, end alto the north went quarter of the northeast Quarter Motion klghtcei,, township fifty, range two east contain Ing (SO ao...

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 September 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., TEiURSpAY, SEPTEMBER -26, 1867. NO. 40. THE LINCOLN BOUNTY HERALD ii rrBtuuiD ivir.r tiivrsday bt ELLIS & FISHER. TERMS. $1 5o7yer In advance, or 93 If paid wllhlu the year. Uatfs of Advertising. 0 oa sqosra, 16 linos or lest on Insertion, $1 60 ith additional Iniertlon 78 AJralntstratori'l Notion, 3 0 Klnal flatllemont HotleM, . - -SO iiriiY Noticis (of a ilnglo ilrny,) - 3 00 Each additional trjr In tamo notice, - 100 fM" A liberal deduotion will bo made to yearly advertisers. fS" All Lejnt aJvcrtiitmtnlt mnit bo paid for when publication U certified to. fiSf Transient adverUicmenti mnit be aocora ranlo'l with tho'caib. JT-AJvortlsoaents aot marked or numbered willb Imerted till othatwlia ordered and oharcl of,t tbo abovo rates. Profculounl cerdi of ten Hon or lew, wilt bo nicrted ono year for $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church nottccf irlll bo published free. All communication! of a ptrionM nature muit 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. — 26 September 1867

mm mm ihiuid. V.. J. KM.IS, i' liDITOH. , Troy, Mo. THUJlSDAFt SEPT. 26, 1867. Th Union ciie ririlrotd lias been finished four hundred and sixty wires. 'west or UmaUa. . The seventh ftir of Ybe'St. iiouis Ag ricnltnr.il and Mcehanresl" Association coromenccs Monday, October 7th, and conttnncs six dars. ' ' (Ml has been discovered in Pike coin ty, ana n company formed by'Gaty, Mc Cunc & Co., John How, Janos O, Bfotd- JimiI and other St. Lm!s genjlonron to operate the well, says the Timrs. . - i i a. . - Gen. Sicllcs has made formally a de maud for a Court of Inquiry, relative to his removal from the command of the !CC..,'I Iilit.:ry district, and Geo. Grant lm.i recommended that his request be Rranlcd; The Little Rock (Ark.) Gazolto says : Dover is improving rapidly. The burnt houf-cs cf tho war arc doing replaced with new and better buildings. Several new Htcam sawmills havo recently been built n this region. Serious talk is had of building n spinning thread factory hore, and on...

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 September 1867

LOCAL AND COUNTY. I.incAln Circuit Court. Tho September Term of th nbove named Court commenced it's session on Monday, tk 23d instant, Judge Gilchrist I'ortor, presiding. There arc no cases on docket that would bo of much interest to tho general reader. Tho following attorneys from a distanco. arc tn 'attend ance : Judge A, H. Buckner, St, Charles N. P. Minor, Callaway couiTy; Dan. M. Draper,' Circuit Attorney, (oditor Danville Star) Montgomery county j J. C. Orrielc aijd 13. A. Lewis, St. Charles ; .S. F. Murray, Pat. Dyer, llob't Campbell and Difrgs, l'ilcti county. Besides the nbovo named gentletrerj, i he "lituls" of our own county A. V. McKcc, E. N Uaufils, Henry Quiglcy, of Troy, and V. T. Williams and Joseph Allen, Trdxtnn-Lnro in attendance. Tlragg's JJiniincnt for ealo at Thro & Uro.'s. Try it fiOconts a bottle. Why im lit i This is "court week," and as i. com mon groceries thrive, and tb&t,too, to tho 110 little disturbance af tho peace. Men may havo a right to inv...

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 September 1867

Little Ir'truls, dirt you think wo had fnrottcii you, because our columns have Icon to crowded that wo liavo neglected the "Childrens' Corner." l'orgotjou! 0, tio. Wo cannot forget nnJ treat lightly 1lio beautiful flowcra Utrd litis given us tlint bloom in tln wildwootl and in our Hardens, filling tho air with sweetness You aro tho littlo flowers (hut bloom nround our homes, lending rays of cheer fulness, and entwining yourselves in love around our hearts, while your tiny arms surround our necks with affectionate ca rcssess Wo could not do Without you ! Home would be darkened t hero would only bo uhado where now is sunshino and gladnscs. Thero would bo no hug for mamma, no kiss for papa, and no littlo bright eyes and merry laughter. Nq; xro hare not forgotten you, and hail you "good morning" again. TUB SHINGLE BOAT. It in not necessary to say how tiro father died, and how the poor widow had to go Into a single room, and work outnlmost every day to support Johny and his little Hater....

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. — 3 October 1867

COUNTY VOL. 2, TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1867. NO; 41. THE LINCOLN TIIK LINCOLN VOUKTY HKUALD ia romiiMED kvkht tbvibday ut EfJJS & FISHER. TEHMH, $1 SO a year lu advaitee. or tr paid within the year. Kates of Adverllsiig. 'ne square, Is Hues or less oae Insertion, $1 50 uoh additional Iniortlon 75 Aclmlnlstratori'a Notices, 8 o Piaal Settlement Nolleei, - - I 0 i Utbat NoTtcaa (of a tingle stray,) - S 00 Each additional stray In same notice, - 1 00 p9k liberal deduction will lo made toyearly "advertisers. fiJT All Legit adrertitemenli mmt bo paid for w jn publication ti certified to. I ftr Transient advertisements muit ba aecom ftnlol with the! cash. . '&T Advertise ntntt mot marked or numbered mllbe Inierted till otherwise ordered and charged tor at theaboro ratoi. I Professional cardi of ten tinea or less, will bo nicrted one year for $10. j Marriage, Death, Funeral and Ohurch notices will bo published fro. ; All communication! of a personal , nature...

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. — 3 October 1867

as LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. E.J, GU.I8, rem tor. Troy, Mo. - OCT. S, ISM. TiiiiisDAr; - - Death of ecu. HicrllBK Price, Gen, Sterling I'rico familiarly known to the citizens of Missouri, ond tho public generally, died in St. Louis, Sunday morning, September 29th. His funeral look place Monday, and upwards of fif teen thousand persons friends and ad tnirers of the General visited bis body while lying in state at the church. As we ftball givo our readers a short biography of his life in next week's Herald, further notice is unnecessary at this time The Indiaa JPcace CamIssIor. Tho Indians are becoming, or rathor have been for some months past, unman useable : and evcrv teloifram from Leav enworth, Wyandotte, Omaha, and other points in tho West, brings tidings of skir-1 mishes with, and outrages committed by " Judges 01 mo loeut court aionp them. The advanco of civilisation is dri- pointec. of Browulow. The present in- ung thorn from their hunting grounds.snd they attempt to impedo it by...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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