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

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. At tlio Montgomery county Fair, held tit. Florence, a premium of fifty dollars for the "fastest trotting horse, mare or geld ing," was given to John P. Bobbins, of Lincoln county, trotting around the course iu four minutes and four seconds. Tho health of the county, for n fow weeks past, hns been anything but good various diseases raging throughout. The UiTsicians aro almost constantly engaged day and nk-lit. The weather Is in a dry. end unhealty state, there having been no ruin of conscqucnco for two months or more. In (lie Lincoln Circuit Court. Grand Larceny James M. Tcague, on an indictment of grand larceny steal iuc two horses in the winter of '02 or 'G3 me of Mr. Alf. Weeks, the other of Mr. Andrew Tenguo, of this connty was sentenced to seven years hard labor in the State prison. Teaguo wan jusf.ro leased from tho pcnitenUary last spring, having been tent there for five years, for stealing o hofio in Moaroo county. Af tor serving three...

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. — 3 October 1867

Children's Corner. "Only a Utile Brook." A eimplo but very touching incident lias boon related, says tbo Maino l'rcss, in connection with tlic taut moments ofa beautiful little girl in Until, who lately died at tlio age of nine year and -eleven months. A very little while bo fore she died, as tho sorrowing friends stood around her, .watching tho Inst moving of tho gentle breath, tho last faint flutter log of tho little pulse, thoy became aware from her broken words, that slm shrank with natural dread from tbo unknown way that was opened beforo her. She had come to tho borders of tLo mysteri ous rtvor which separates us from the dim hereafter, and her timid feet fccnicd to hesitate and fear to stem the flood. Hut after a time her fears subsided, sho grew calm and ceased to tnllc about tbo long, dark way, till at tho very last she bright ened suddenly, a smile of confidence and courage lighted up her sweet fucc : "0, it is only a iittlo brook 1" sho cried, and passed over to tbo heave...

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. — 10 October 1867

ME LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER' 10, 1867- NO. 42. THE LINCOLN (Ol.NTY I1LKUD IS rl'BMSHID IVIIT IHlinSDAYBT 12 fi L I S fc .FISHER TEHMS. 91 BO e, year In advance, or $2 If paid wllhlu the year. Rates or Advertising E0 'ar8 n proportion of immortal names 5 ioiare,lo lines or loss one insertion, 11 Mitnmcc?D History. ,:aolf additional Insertion - - - M Opn. Pnco received n plain English ed A imtnUtrator.'e Notices, - - .jo ucation. When qultoa younginan. poor, rinal Settlement Nottee 3 0 , out enterprising, ho rcmovod to Missou- KnuT Nonces (of ilnglo stray,) - - s eo " and wttlcd in Howard county as a far Eaoh additional tray In tame nolle, - 100 Jer, afterward removing to Chariton. A liberal deduction will bo made toyesrly j "is practical sonso and fine business qual jvoril!cra. ideations, uited with great popular address All Lrjnl aJotrlinmenl, malt be paid for waea publication Is certified to JSO Translentadvertiscmenls must boaccom ...

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. — 10 October 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY II; DILI). it. J. i:i.m, i:iiToit, Mo. TIIVHSDAVt - - OCT." 10, 1807. Dealt, or Hon, Thos. U. Kocll. Hon. TIiok. K. Nod!, Congressman from tho Third district of Missouri, died lit St. Louis, on too '3d instant, in the 2tlth year tf his ago, of itiflmimlion of tho-howcls, for which allnjcnt l:o went to that city some weeds sinco to undergo n urpical operation. He died at the .Sin- tero' Hocpital. Klias Howe, Jr., Inventor of the sew ing machine, died in Brooklyn, N. 'Y., on the 3d inst., A now' Democratic paper will soon be Htartcd in Ilantbnl to bo called the "Wost and South." Tlio Presbyterian congicg.ition have About completed their church at Autioch. It is a largo framo building, ablo to seat four or live hundred poraons, and is a credit to that Church, say a thu Sentinel. A Richmond, Vo., dispatch says the trial of lr. Davis will certainly tnko place in November. Counsel on both fides are ready. IIo is expected to arrive here about the 25th of October. Col. Thomas...

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. — 10 October 1867

LINCW.N COUNTY lllilllLD. LOOALAND. COUNTY. 'Jruy DfbatltiR Hoclcly. Wc arc glad to announce, tint tltH in foresting 'enterprise was rijrganizcd last Friday evening, under most favorable auspices. Col. 0. W. Parker, waa elected I'fesldlunt; Win. Prazicr Vico President, J. M. MoLelltn Secretary, and Eugene Wells Marshal. If we tflay jirlgc of the Society '3 sue 'cess by its officers, wo may , antiolpsto a rich feast and a delightful pastime fur ?nany of our long winter evenings Let 'everybody encourage it by his and her presence. The socioty ought to be n sue 'cess, ahl by 'proper patronage from oar substantial citizens, will be. On next Friday evening, at tlio Town Jlall, we nre' to discus-sod tho "great moral question" of Female Suffrage. Come out ladivs, and hear your rights vindi cated. - i. .. Ladies visiting St. Louis this season 'cat? find a largo BtccU of Dry Ootids, at low pricas, by oalling ou Geo. A. lljdl & Co., 930 Broadway (cast tide), St. Louis. Wc call special att...

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. — 10 October 1867

Carry Teir Own Coals. King George III. was ono wintry Jay reading in bis library at Kow I'alnco. As the firo was getting low, ho callod the pngo in waiting, and desired him to fotch sonic coales. The attendent, being two proud to obey iho King's commands? rang the bell Tor the footman whoso duty It was to perform this ofllc. and who happen cd to bo a man advanced in years. The King's rebuko to the page was character istic of tho right-minded monardh. Desir ing tho proud page to lead him to the place where the coals wero kept, he took up the scuttle, and carrying it himself to the library, threw sorno of Its contents on the Gre. Then, handing the coal scut tle to tho attendant, ho said, "Never ask an old man to do what you aro so much better able to do yourself. " The Dad Mark. A man camo to a master workman of a large establishment to get a situation for a neighbor's boy. ."I've got a new boy foryoif," he said to tho foreman. "Glad of it,"saidtheothor,"who Is he?'' 'J ho neighbor me...

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. — 17 October 1867

t THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD 0 vol: 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, -MO., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1867. NO. 43. TIE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD is rvMinn avaar tiomdit it ELLIS efcFlSHE. 'TERMS, tl 80 a year la advance, or ts if pala within tne year. latei MLtJrertisl.sf. One uteri, MliaMorJeMoai Insertion, $1 80 lack eddltloaal If eirlion - . . TS AdalaUtratori'i Notices, -So mat Sittlinmt Hotloes,' - -to StiYHoTicM(ofaeiBgliitriy,) - 00 Xeeh additional stray la same notice, -100 jm A Ilbirawdidaetlon will be mad toyearly idrirtinri. 00 All Itgal advirlutmmU mult b paid for whenpuVllcetlonls certified to. 0F Translentedvertlsemsnts muit be accom panied wlththeteash. jsVAdvtrtlsiaoatt not marked or numbered wills Inserted till othetwlse ordered aad charged tr at the abovi rates. Professional cards of t.o lines or less, will bo Riertod oai year for $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral aad Church notlooi will bo publiihod frn. All communications of a personal nature must bo, published orer tho writer! name....

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. — 17 October 1867

A COUNTY HERM kt. J. ELLIR, . fcuiiDrt. Troy, iVEo. THlRSiAf, - -CT. 17, 1817. - -- - 9UR VICTORY. The return of tbc rcceut Ohio aud l'ennarlvania olootiom iro encouraging, allowing Democratic gains in both States. In Ohio, retarns&ow a majority initio liuolaturo of from 8 to 10 on joint bal lot. Ilaya, Kadical candidate for Gover nor, ia probably elected by about 2,000 majority ; but the negro suffrage amend ment lias met with an overwhelming de feat of about 50,000. Thin is decidedly a Democratic victory ; for Ohio has over been regarded as moat firmly attached to the lladical party. In 18C2 thcro was a revolution in favor of right, but the trtxt election she returned again to her "wal lowing in tlio mire," and has remained in the Radical ranks until recently, carrying the State by overwhelming numbers. In Pennsylvania, Sharewood, Demo cratic catididato for Judgo of the Su preme Court, received a majority of 4,485 in forty-nino couutios. The counties yet to hear from, in 1SGG ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 17 October 1867

93uunMiaimu'iM7tMiweniuSte LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Ht; READY FOR Till? ENJOYMENT OK TUU TABLEAUX. Loveri of tlio Beautiful, oppreclatow of excellent music, bo toady ! Next Fri dy eveongj in Troy Clirittlan Instituto Largo Hall, trill be presented to the en raptured gaze of, wc trust, a large and appreoiatirt audience, a brilliant pro gramme of tableaux, vocal and instru mental music, etc., by the charming young ladioa of our town, assisted by some of the other gender not eo charming. Go and tee "The Queon of Sheba bringing 'tribute to Solomon " "Pocahontas aav lug the Life of Smith ;" "Baptism of "Pooahantas "Death of Minnehaha;" "Heavenward ;" "Court of Diana ;" "Too Late for the Cars ;" "Effects of Tableau iog." Go and hear tho "Gipsy's Warn ing ;" aod "The Defense";" "Come to the Old Oak Tree;" and other 'things that cannot fail to delight all who attcul. 'The young .ladies and gontlenion of Troy, at we stated last wobk, are endeav oring in this way to asrist in ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 17 October 1867

Children's Vomer, The Little Comforters. A mother, in the habit of nuking her children beforo they retired at night, what they bad done to luaks others hap py, found her two twin-daughters silent i The question was repeated. "I can remember nothing good all this day,- dear mother, only ono of my sohool in at os was happy beoauso sh'o had gained the head of her class, and I smiled on her and ran to kiss her ; so sho said J was good. That' all, dear mother." The other spoke moro timidly. "A little girl who sat with mo on the bench at school, lias lost n little brother. I taw that while she studied her lesson sho hid her face and wept. I felt sorry, and laid my head on the samo book and wept with hor. Then oho lookod up and was comforted, nnd put her arms nround my neek; but IMo not know, why she aid I had done her good." v "Como to my arms, my darlings, " raid the mother, "to rcjoico with these that rejoico, and weep with those that weep, is to obey our blessed Redeemer." Tin Highland...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 24 October 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. . . aa . .. TROY, MNCOLN COUNTY, MO., THURSDAY;;, OCTOfiER 24, 1867. NO. 44. VOL. 2. J UK LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD ii rciLiiHio irttT TBoiaoArar- TeRMi.lt so a year In advance, orW If pala within the year. fates r AdVertlilest. One.qere,10llaetorleiseaeUieftlon, It SO 3 0 S 0 1 00 1 00 jaf A llbf nl diducllon wlllbemadt toearly.. idvcrttttfs. fa: Jaah additional tntettlon - Admtnlitratora'e Nol!ei, , Flaal Settlement Notices, BriiT Kotioki (of tingle stray,) .- Each adlltloual elray In tamenollee, Alt f.ejit tifriMMn matt be paid for of Intermediate Departmcnt raea publication la carllaed to. tie, Grammar, Uoograrby jtfr-Trantt.ut adverUscraonlt must bsaecom-' ,'ci -, . i . . waea 9" Transient advertisement venial with that eash. . T Advertise naott not marked ornumbered) willb. Inserted till otherwise ordered and charged tc.t at the above ratct. Professional cardt of ttn llnei or lets, will lo marled on year fur CIO. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Churob notic...

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 October 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. & 1. EMIB, EtHTOfU Troy, Mo. TBU1SDAT, - OCT. 24, 1M7. The people will not content that An drtw Johnson ' will ahtll override theirs, at czpreuod through their representa tives in Corrgfeli. Sprfngfleld (Mo.) Pitriot. Wonder if tho Fatrlot Editor ha heard front Ohio and Pennsylvania tinea the election ? There is food for him and hit Badtoal friends who trample on the-U. 8. Constitution, and aro so ilndictivo of the President. California and Kentucky gave them a touch of an earthquake, and theM)omocrata of Ohio ami Pennsylvania havo taught them lesson they will not Very toon forgot. Roll on that Demo ctatio Ball. An Hottest Confe-slon. The Cleveland (Ohio) Leader, ono of the most rabid Republican papers pub lished in that State, couica out fr.tukly nnd acknowledges the oiuso of the do feat of its party in Ohio. Tho Leader Ncoms Hot to be very well pleated at tho efforts of two of the greit gnni of its party, Senators Ch'andlcr and Wade, who stumped tho Stat...

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 October 1867

LOCAL ANOOUNTV. A Imciii. Tha Exhibition glfen by the young ladlta and gentlemoi of Troy, was a de elded incooai, ao far ai the performance "was concerned', and aurpaised the cxpcc tations of thos In attendance.- Some of the tableaux were grand in Appearance, and Indeed beautiful. "Queen of.Sheba'4 a! 1 1. i ci .lirCJ . ' ' A. . andience with applauio, and, "Haayeni word" tho spirit of lhtle, child being "borne by four angels to thqf other shore, and the littlo green mound In tho 'valley did not fail to imprest all with ita so lemnity and beauty, "Death ofMinno- Tinhs,"' "Execution of Mary Queen of ScoU, and iu fact tho wholo prpgrumrae, together with its comic scenes, were well receircd. Tho muaio was good and ap propriate, and our ynung ladies have rea son to bo proud of their talent in this lino. Tha SMin of about one hundred dollars was realized, which proccda will go to help purefcase the lostjumenfs'for u brats t..j isAs "la. !.. uanu ior una pmo SomethHff W Mtve lorig ,Nccdcd...

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 October 1867

ft- ChtUtrenTs Comer k Few WoNi U tw CklMrM. Taka good mm ef yoarselm, children, for.apoa tab depends jour awa coeafort, and tia happiness of those about you. This iojunetion uaj aeem (o isapl the right to disregard the tight of thota about you. Mot ao. la taking care of ouraeirea we oftea tare our friends mueh trouble. Thau again, ifr we are' unjust to others we wrong ourselTss. If I speak ill of you, Ir I deal unjuttl by you, I wrong njielf aoro than I do you.' If I steal your purse you have lost only your mon ey ; but I have lost my self respect. No one may know that I am a thief, but 1 know it, and go whore I will the thought of my wicked deed goea with mo, and makes mo very wretohed. Ton may soon get money again, jtnd forget your loss ; but I have made a acar upon my oul that I see, and all the angels know it is there. If you are selfish, the wrong is not to others, but to yourself. By giving the easy chair and the most comfortable cor nor to a person who is old and infirm, you...

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 November 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 2. TROY, LINQOLN COUNTY, MO.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1867- NO; 46, THE THE LIHCiLN COUNTY HERALD rSIUIUlD IVE1T tlUUDATIT ELLIS fc fIsher. TERMS, 1 SOayear la advance, or 99 if pal within the year. Rates af AdrertUlng. .' Qa sqoare, 10 Itnei or less one Insertion, $1 go ,'ieh additional Insertion TS 'Administrators'! Netlett, - - - 8 0 final Settlement Notlen, - - - JJ 'bt'bav Mottoes (of a ilBile.stry) - S 00 Iteoh additional it ray in tame no tleei - IN A liberal deduction will be made toye'arly advertisers. 0f All 1(31 aittrtUmntt muit be paid for wnea publication li certified to j& Transitu t ad ver.lsonii'nti mast b'Saceom. ranted with thejcaib. Advertise nenti not marked or numbered will be inserted ill! otberwUe ordered ivad ebarxed for at the ebore rattt. Professional oardt of tea llnei or ten, will be aierted one year for $10. Marriage, Death, funeral and Church notices will be jmbjlebtd free. All eommnaleatloai of a personal nature mutt 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. — 7 November 1867

LINCOLN COITV BlilULD. ri. J( KM.IM, UD1TOR. Trpy, Mo. THL'KSDAV, - - NOV. f, 1887 tioieit See U T There is no mlsUke abot It, figttres do not Ho, and thofeo who "will toad and think about it, must eetnoirledge the Tact, that the recent elctlodn in fiver of the Democratic policy, have had a won der'ful cflcot in cooling off tho Radical party. The Democrats havo increased their rote largely whercrer an election has been held thit fall. In Indiana the Vinccnnes San publUhci returns from thirty-Jive counties ia that State, by which it appears that the Veihocrntio gain this year is 11,610, as compared with tho majorities in the same counties ladt year. . The Virginia Election, Tho election in Virginia resulted in a majority of 20,000 for a convention and the election' of 03 Radicals to 33 Con tcrvaiive delegate. Virginia may thcre foro bo considered reconstructed. Mo. State Times (Hodieal). Upon the same prinoiplo of reasoning then, we may be allowed to say .that Ohio, Nevada, Montana, ...

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 November 1867

LINCOLN COUNT Y- HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Close of Volume Twov The Second Volume of the Her ald will end December 19, 1807. Delinquent Subscriber, who owe for ONE and some for TWO YEARS' subscription, we now call vpon cich and , every one of them -to settle. Scad our terms. Young McUi Giro It a Thought. . For ecverat weeks aomopr dur(profc9 iom citizens, landing their assistance to tho younjifcr faetfdt'of did place, have been endeavoring to o'rganltoa 'Debating So ' oiotjr. Tho first of theso meetings were well attended, but gradually tho mem bers becuuto negligent in attendance, and consequently tho audiences have b:cn diuiiniiihing. This, wd havo been sorry to sco j rind would call upon our young men to give thought to tho m.itlcr, uud look at the advantages to grovf out or mcli an organization. Rvcry one, it is true, Ttero not born to-bo orators; each have their different rolo, in which they. Lost succoed ; .jot, that control oT one's self vrbioh ihoirs. on absence, of'ull cm b...

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 November 1867

Children' ft Corner Don't be Coward "I won't toll lis t 1 won't be ttfdh a coward I" aid a fine little fellow, when 1 he had broken a statuette of his father' In showing It to his playmates, and the? were telling him how he could deceive his father and cicapo a scolding. Be was right. . Cowards tell lies, lrare little boys tell the truth. Bo Charlie Mann was right, and was rewarded for it, aa the following story will ehow : A boy, whose name was Charlie Mann, happened to smash a largo pane of glass tn a druggist's shop, and ho ran away at first, for he Was frightened ; hut he be gan to think, "What am I running for ? It was an accident ; why not turn about and tell the truth V No sooner thought thin dono. Char He was a brave boy ; he told tho whole truth how too ball with which ho was playing slipped out of his hand, how frightened he Was, how sorry, too, at the mischiqf done, and how willing to pay if be had tho money. Charlie had not tho money, but he could work, and to work ho we...

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 November 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD VOL. 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MOlTHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1867 :NO. 47. THl LIHOOLR COCRTY HE1ALD u roauiato svaar mesaoTBT CIiLIS Sc F1SIEB. TERMS, ft lOtmrtiilniM, M, If jaM witaw tno year. latfs flirerllilif 'OM iqaare, 10 Haes or lu one laiertlea, ft 10 iaeh additional laiertloa fS 'Adalalitratort's Metises, - -to Final Settlement Sotleei, - t 0 -1Vit Notion (of a itDL itr4j,) - - t 00 Isaer. additional stray In lamonotleo, 100 awT A liberal dodaotlon wlllbomado to yearly adr.rtli.rt. 0f All Ujal aiiirStnuU malt bo aoid for wsoapabllaatlonUeirtie.il to. JUF Transient advertisements mnit boaooom anted with the! cash. JBW Advertise aonts not marked oraaraborod wltlbe laeerted tlU athonrUo oriarod aad ohargtd for at tha above ratot. ProfoMloaal earls of tea llao or ton, wlllbe lotted bheyeer for $10, Marriage, Deara,Fwaoral aad Chareh notion will bo pabllihed free. All eoa.aBaleelteBiofsperi6i.il nature mnit bo pabllihod oror the wrlteri'mme. COUNTY DIEECTOi...

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 November 1867

LINCOLN COl'TIf IERALD. wf. J. ELLIS, -- t. a, KOITOR. Tro,Vi IVlo. fHPMDAF, NOV. II, 1817 RESULT OF TDK LATE KLECTI0X8. Large Democratic toalafl. The remits o the several State elec tions which have just oloted, aro of the moit gratifying to tho Demoeratio Con servativo people othe whole Union of 007 which have taken piaco in toe Iut wight years. No people on tho face of God'a earth hare, been so badly treatod by any party, as the Itndical party have treated their opponents after they oamc into power, with the military tyrants and the army to back them hence the great reaction now against them. The sober second thought hss been carried out, and honest men have once more darod to ptak, thin!: aloud and vote without tho fear of the military fur daring to exercise that right. A party bo corrupt and rotten at 'tho Itadical party, cannot long live in a land where honest men exorciso the right to vote and we bavo had oar mind strongly taxed to believe any man can be honttt and subscribe ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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