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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 14 November 1867

LOOAL ANO COUNTY- Close ok Yolalsie. Tw The Seeond Volatile of the Her 'aid vUljnd bfcembcr 10, 1867. Delinquent Subscribers, who owe J or ONE nd' some for TWO YEARS' subscription, we now call vpon etch and every one' of them to settle. Bead oitr 'terms. orrlMe Accident Burned to Death. Ou Wednesday ttorning oMaat'wcok, MrtfSafabury, wlfa of Mr. Jameg-Bala- bury, of rfotr. Hlil, id this county, was tawed to death, under the followlag clr cumstaoces : tier little daughter had Just left the room few moments iofo're the tad CTont, leaving her mother sitting near tho fire. Hearing her mother cry out she ran into the house and found hcrtiear the bod enveloped in flames, and the bed almost, consumed by the fire. Sdmo la dies in an adjoining room beard the Cries of Mrs. Salsburtjaad toafdiutely ran to her awirtiShat'jt .wls too'late tho demon lrdoaa fle, wbrl, 'Mr body was burei,te.a c'ru.and completely stripped.f'!B,;dly wcje -heparins and hand butjtajl that tVe -nails-felt from her finge...

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 November 1867

Mkm is that rtrrirr does. M eirea our. The spider wesrs plala brows itttt, Aid tht It a sited iplnaer j To tM her iM at MtN Golag aheut her silver hoate, Yea weald imf, imt, aavtr gueu Tho way the gttl htr dinner. Bbt look m If io Ihoaght of lit In all htr life bed itlmd htr Bat.whllt tht nortt with eetefa I tread Aad whlla tht tyloi hertllkta thread, Bbt li planning, planting, pltaatag tttll The way to do lomt merder. My thlld, mho roadt Mt ilmplt ley, With jt downdroptand feeder, Remember.tht old proverb says, That prttty whith prttty iot, Aid tht world -dott not go or itay, For poverty nor tpUador. 'Til not tko boats aid sot tfct droit That aukat tko faint or slantr. To mo tko rplder alt and iplo, Shot with kor wtb of silver lo, Yon would ntvtr, never, never gaoii Tko way iko tU kor dinner. smiiy CUthss. When John Tillotton wu Dean of Can ternary, a retntrkable aoene took place in the hall of that worthy un'a residsoce. from 'float eaaM or other, the Dtan't father had not rites o...

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 November 1867

COUNTY HERALD. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1867. NO. 48. VOL. 2 THE LINCOLN THR LIRCOLM rOMTY HEBALD II ptiUiB ' WCMDAY IT ELL FISHER. vtsitMfl.tl SO a year In advance, TE? If paU within the year. Kates of AdrertlsiiK. SJn..r,10,,on,",,rt,O," ";TB,lon In Collegiate Department, .!. ..trULlanallnHttlon - - i Academic Admlnlstratore'e Settees, - - ' 30 yln.l Settlement Notlc.., - - - 8 0 Br,avNoTlcs(ofailngleitray,) - - 00 gaoh additional etray In tamo nolloe, - 1 00 A liberal doauotion wiiimnw. wji adrertlsc n. All 'sf adnrtUmmt$ mutt b. paid for aetpubllcatlonii certified to. par Transient advertisements must be aecom. wnlod with tholcaih. jtfrfctvurtlieaenU 'Bot narked or numbered willbo Inserted tllioiketUWer,4anJ charged (nt the above ratei. Professional cardi of ten llnee or ten, will be nicrted one year for $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church notices will be publlahed free. Atl onmraunleatlont of a peraonal nature tnuit be published over the writer nam...

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 November 1867

LMCOUi I OWTV HERALD. 4. J. I'M.IS. UUITOB. Troy, TMT.O. THIK.DAV, - - -MVTI. 1817 Third District Elccilei. Tho returns from eoventeeo of the twenty -four counties composing the Third Congressional district of this State, in the recent election for Congressman, give McCormick (Conservative) a majority of 454 over Chant. It is believed tho seven counties yet to he heard from will in crease McCormick's majority. It is ap parent from the returns received that a very small vote has been polled, owing mainly, perhaps, to the short notice given for tho holding of the election, but paitly on account of the indifference of the people, says the Ropublicsn. In Mississipi and New Madrid counties the entire vote was east for McCormick. Tho Sl Louis Hosie Journal. We bavo on our table the first number of the "St. I.ouis Homo Journal," a new literary and miscellaneous paper, pub lished by Messrs. Sheffield k Katou, St. Louis, Mo. It is a large eight-column sheet, plainly printed, and presents a d...

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. — 21 November 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY, Clone el Volume Two. The Seeond Volume of ike Her ald mil end December 19, 18G7. Delinquent Subscribers, who owe for ONE tnd some for TWO YEARS1 subscription, we now call upon each and evry one of thcmi to settle. Bead our terms. PREACHING AT Tilt! CHRISTIAN ciiimcn. Preaching will comnwnco in the Chris tian Church, at this placo, on Friday evening, the 2 2d instant, contiuning set oral days, and porhaps longer, according the succoss of tlio good eautc, J.hlcr Timothy Ford will ho hero to labor in tho "Vineyard of the Lord," assisted by Kldor E. V. Uico, pastor of the Church ; and thoro uiuy bo others, but wo have not learned their names. All are invited, and it ii hoped many will attend and proGt by so doing. CAM. WIR HOCK ROAD MEK't'l Mi. Wa were' handed the following, for publication, last Tucsdsy : All citUevt of Monroe Township, who are interested in internal ihiprorcmonts. are invited to attond n meeting at C'ap-iiu-Oris on Saturday, No...

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 November 1867

Children' Comer. Do II Well. "Tbere, that'll do," tttd Harry, throw ing down the shoe broth, "my booti don't look Tory bright. No matter; woo caret?" "Whatever ii worth doing is worth do ing well," replied a serious bat pleasant toicc. Harry started and turned round to ate who spoke. It was his father. Harry blushed. His father said : "Harry, toy boy, your boots look wretchedly. Pick up your brush aid make thorn ahine. When they look as they should come to mo in tho library." "Yes, pa," replied Harry, pouting, and taking up his brush in no Tcry good hu mor, oud brnihiog the dull boots until they shono nicely. When tho boots were polished, he went to his father who (aid to him: "My ton, I want to tell vou a short story. I onco know a poor boy whose mother taught him the proverb, 'What ever is worth doing is worth doing well.' That boy went to bo a servant in a gen tlcman's family. He took pains to do everything well, no matter how trivial it teemed. His employer was pleased and took ...

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 November 1867

rTTIiH: LINCOLN r-va) '-. -m- - N-TY HERALD. lilrj -ir ... t: LL TROY,- IjtfOOlN COUNTY, ' MO.. -TIIURSDY, NOVEMBER 28, 1867. VOL 2. NO. 49. THE LINCOLN ( OINTY IIEBALD It -BBLISIIID SVEBV T1ICMDAT It ELLIS A: riHER. TERMS, 01 SO a your In advance, or til If paU within the year. Rates of Advertising. no squa-o,10'llnos or loss one Insertion, tl SO inch additional insertion 75 -Admlnlstratori's Notices, - - 3 00 Final Settlement Notices, - - -8 0' S-eav Notices (of a slngto stray,) - - 3 00 Kaon additional stray In same notlee, 100 pgr A liberal deduction will be made to yearly advertisers. 'pf All .-,7i( (floertUtmtnit malt bt paid for whon publications cortlflod to. f&T Transient advertisement! must lis accom panlol with thetcash. SI Advortlsenents not marked or numbered wtllbe Inserted till otherwise ordered and charged far at thoabovo ratei. l'rofcssluual cardi of ten ltnei or less, will be nstrtcd oao year for $10. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church notlcei will bo publtahe...

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 November 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY MiRM . J, KI-LI - - - - SUITOR. Troy, Mo. TnilBKDAV, - - - NOV. 28, 1687 o CO is a 0 " f3 i i sT S I 5 5 e 5 S3 a ' - w .12 I. 2 CO si a Si 5 3 THANKSGIVING. Thin (Thursday) is the dny act apart Ly the President, nnd also by the Gover nor of our State, a one of thnnkegiving und ..raise to tho (JlVKR or AM. (jood. T ho clouds that have no long darkened our Country's aky, allow signs of break ing, and through tho mist wc behold a faint glimmering of tho Star of Hope, that rrotniies a return of the former peace, tranquility and prosperity of the Gov cruuetit j and as this light is dawning, we should not forget from whom comes the promise. As in the darkest hours of lifo wc look to 11 im as the pilot who is to guide us through the gloom, so in pros perity wc should be grateful for the b'es3'mg. Though despotism aud anarchy hold sway in some portions of our distracted land, the paoplc arc beginning to see most plainly in tendency, and are putting their labor. together to o...

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 November 1867

LINCOLN tOBNTY HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. . LOOK! Those who subscribed or the Herald under the "FVy Cents System," are hereby notified that the time of their subscription is out the $th of December, that date Icing the last of Volume Two. Wc trust our friends will send us ivord by that time to continue their subscription otherwise we will be compelled to stop their paper. Send your names, friends. Only One Dollar and Fifty Cents in advance. C'larksvltle and Auburn Road. A delegation from Pike county met tho County Court of Lincoln, on tho 17tb, rind after mutual explanations, the Court ugrccd to nicot dollar for dollar, the cost of building tho road from tho county lino .south through Auburn and Troy, and to .St. Ciiarles couuty. "This," says tho Clarkdvillo S.ntinol, "secures the build ing of the road, at least to Auburn, at once, and no doubt will result eventually in uiir having a direct road from hero to St. Charles, which is a matter of no small interest to both this and Lincoln...

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 November 1867

From Ih New Tork Obtarrer. GO YE ALSO INTO THIS VINEYARD. IT NltSCiSSlS A. iriLDtDO. Ths ines in ill trailing, Ths htig hrokon down, ' Ths frssb, Tsrdaat hue Of the Imtu itrt and brown. Wild grapes In prolusion Ths tlneyatd doth show Tf hsrt rich purple clusters In beauty should grow. Why stand 70 hr tdtoT Tbo tan rises high) Already his chariot Ii gilding ths sky. In ths fluih of lbo morning To th tlncyard repair, Whlls dew-laden blossoms At filling tbo lr. The weeds, growing thickly, Now olioke tho young Tines Around wide-spreading bramblti Each tendril entwlnei. Noxious plants scatter rapor, Mildew nnddtcay J "Llttlo foxes" aro stealing Tbo foliage each day. Why stand yo gating On castles of ilrT Upon rainbows that fado Into circles of caro T Why playing with bubbles That burr t tt a breath, While orer your head Is the shadow of death. Tbeio treasures will tarnish That now glitter bright, Or tako themseltes wings And ranlsh from sight; But the fruit of the vintage, A wonderful st...

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 December 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. IiIjEj VqL 2: TROV, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO., -THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1867- NQ. 50. TIIK LINCOLN ( OlANTY IIGUALD ' U ri'Bmilll) KVKIlv'TIIfBSDAV v i; 1,1,1 ic V 1 Mil I II. TEHMH. SI SO a year In advance, or 9 If paid wUliln the year. ' Rales of Advertising. ne Tiari, ll) llnoa or Icsj one Insertion, $1 SO laeh aldlttonal lnertton - 75 Aduiln'lttratora't Notices, - - 3 0n Kiaal SettUment polled, ' - SCO rsiv JfoT!oiti(uf a tingle stray,) - - 3 00 Kaeh allltlonnl slray In'iiitaenotlce, "100 jat A 1 1 b e ra.1 deduction tvlllbeinade tojcarlj ' advert Itr. ilTXtl Uj'tl Uilttrtumentt must bo M for wsoapnlillmlluiil" eiTllflctl 1". ' J5JT Trutiaunt it lveriUcnionti tuuit beneoom panied with thyicaih. . C& Advartl.euents tut marked nr numbered vitl ha tnforttd, till othtra oMmd ana charged 'for at theabove rate. I'rofcmioual carli of ten linen or lv, will be atertcd one fur ?I0 Marriage, Death, Funeral and Church notlcei will lie (mUli-lied free. All communications o...

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 December 1867

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. St. J. KM.IS, - - nuiToit. Troy, IMo. THUR8DAF, DEC. 0, 1817 A Browalow Militia rgasliattoi ( Alabama. The Reconstruction Convention of Al abatna, on the 30th ultimo, passed an ordinanco to organlie the volitnteor mili tia of Alabama. It authorises one oompany to every thousand voters. All officer are to be appointed by tho Gov ernor, and to be of known loyalty. A great many officcra, with heavy emolu ments are provided for, including one Major Goner jl, three Itrigadier Gener al and one Adjutant, Quartermaster, Id rpector, Paymaster and Surgeon General. The wholo to be under command of the Governor. This measure, if carried out, places the State under completo military rule, and brings about aueh a state of affairs as blackens the escutcheon of Tennessee. The expenses thus incurred will necessa rily greatly inccrcase the measure of tax ation, and n band of dirty, lazy negroes and so called whites will bo supported by the honest industry oi the State. Stub is ...

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 December 1867

LINCOLN OOITY MM. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Close of Volume Two. The Setond Volume of the Her aid will end December 19, 1807. Delinquent Subscribers, who owe Jor OKE and some for TWO YEARS' subscription, we now call upon eich and every one of them to settle. Head our terms. LOOK! Those who subscribed for the Herald under the "Fifty Cents System," are hereby nctified that the time of their subscription is out the Wth of December, that date being the last of Volume Two, We trust our friends will send us word by that time to continue their subscription otherwise we will be competed to stop their paper. Send your names, friends. Only One Dollar and Fifty Cents a Tear, In ADVANCE. A NEW SUNG. There is beauty, pathos and truth com lined in tho following song, which all our delinquent subscribers should learn to sing with an understanding heart : Ob, how happy are they Who tho printer lo pay, And hare rquarcd up the old score and more Tongu can uit exprcri The great Joy of the I'm, When del.ncucnt...

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 December 1867

Je and tun I'ucket-Roek. "Jem, I dr. pped my pocket hook otno where out here. Have you teen it?" asked a farmer, ono day, of a boy who was hoeing potatoes for him in a field. "No At" paid Jew, I have not. "Well, suppose yon help rile to find it. Yon look along that side of tho field tow ard the gate, while I look on this," re joined Mr. llecrs, pointing in tho direc tion shown. "Yes, sir," said Jem, cheerfully, and dropping his boo in tho furrow, ho start ed along the edge of tho field, carelully looking for tho lost pocket book. When ho reached tho gate, ho found the farmer there before him, with tbo pocket book in his hand. Jem looked plcnvcd, and said: "Vol have found it, t-irV" "Yes," roplied tho farmer, I have, and I guess yon knew very well where it wus. 1 found it right beside your dinner ket tle, under the grass, where, I suppose, jnu left it." Jem felt the color rife tc his temples, and anger burned in his heart, tut tho latter ho kept down, for he was a Chris tian boy, and...

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 December 1867

THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1867- NO. 51. TIIK LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD g f OlMiMD BVIIT THCMDiY BY EftlilS tc FISHER. TERMS, 91 so a year In advance, or 93 If pal within the year. Rates of Advertising. ne square, In Una or ten one lneettlon, $t SO 4eeh additional Insertion 13 Admlntitralors's Notlees, S 00 Vital Settlement Notices, - - S 00 tit Nottcss(of a tingle stray,) - - S 00 linh additional stray In aamenotloe, 100 af A liberal deduction will be made toyearly advertlteri. jit Alt L'gt aJurltitmnli mult be paid for wbei publication It certified to. T" Trantlent advertisements matt be eccom- aanlel with theteaih. tV Advertise seats mot marked or numbered willb Inurt.d till otherwiie ordered and charged ferat the above rates. Profeisloual earde of ten llnee or leu, will be aterted one year for It 0. Marriage, Death, Funeral and Cburoh notice! will be publiihed free. All eommnnloattom of a perional nature mutt publiihed over th...

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 December 1867

MMOLN COflNTY HEUU. ti. J. KIM, - - - i:diior, Troy, lr TODBSDAY, DKC. 12. 18M Presides Message. Wo bad intended to publish the tains tge this week, but on looking over our galleji found no had two much matter in typo to do to, unlets we distribute J the matter prepared for thin Ismib ; we, there foac, contrary to our detire, havo to oinit it until next week, when we (hall publith it entire lu ouo paper. TIio mnssage U truly good. Dfffnt of the IrjtpaehjBent. This huge offspring o!' Hadicalhrn, about which 10 much has bocn said, cre ating no little excitement throughout the country, was finally disposed of in the House of lleprescntattvoi, on the 7th in etunt, there being flfiy-sovon votes in fa vor of, and one hundred and eight against it, thus killing the pet scheme of that corrupt orpunizalioii styling themselves the Radical Union patty. The defeat of this dirty piece of work will be haiild with gladness by every good man of both political parties, und only with regret by those w...

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 December 1867

UNCOIN COUNTY HEB.ID. LOCAL AND COUNTY. DEAD I How heavy falls that word upon the toul dcadl How uuny that smiled jeitorday, to-day weep Lecauso of it! Now graven are opened in the old bury iDg ground, and the clods fall uot heavier up3U tho coffined breast than docs that sad word upon the souls of earth's mourn er!. Every day tiew mounds rise to view Jd tho bouudlesa ccuntery of tho world, betokening hoarts of grief nomewhore hetrU left alone to battle with iorrow for "Tboro Is a tear for all that die, A mourner o'er the humbloit grave. " Three monthi ago we announced the happy nuptials of Mr. Oeorpk Adams and Miss Eddie Cos, of New Hope. To-day, that young wife weeps over tho crave of ber husband. Truly, life is flcctiug, and '-our hearts are beating fu neral inarches to tho crave." May the K.rinr in nhoaa faith be died, civc her Btrength to bear up under this sure trial., II.T.PEUI.IlTON,of WRIGHT CITY, lias opened . FURNITURE STORK In tho Masonic Building, of that place, whiro h...

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 December 1867

A ParaMf fir Bnlaeu Mea, There was once upon a lime a man who kept it store, and Bold goodi at wholeiale and retail. And lie became Melancholy, becauso customer? tvnro thy, mid times hard. And hn siid: Lot T am ruined, and the fotisntioti iifditagreeable. And my ruin in more painful to hear because it it alow in progress, even as water doth gradually grow hotter in the put wherein the lobster boileth, until the cru.staccoua creature shricketh out his soul in anguish. Lot it is better to ho ruined quickly than to endure this slow torture. I will give my money'nway to the poor man even the poorest, he that prmteth the newspaper; and I will shut my shop, and wrap myself in sackcloth and desso Istiou, and pass my day in the perilous or broken banks, cur.-ing the hardness ol the times, and rending my paiments. And the howling of Home shall be as dulcet dulcimers, and they who blow the flutes and instruments of music, com pared to the din I will mako in the ears of the wicked even in the ...

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 December 1867

HERALD VOL 2. TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1867- NO. 52. THE LINCOLN PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, TO ME FOITIETH C0N8BES8 1 Jtlhw cilhtnt of the Senate and House of Representative : . ' , . The continued disorganisation of , the Union to which the .President Jus to of ten celled the attention of Congress,' is yet a subject of profound and pstriotio 'concern,. We may, however, find some relief from that anxiety in the reflection that .the painful political situation, al though bofore untried by oursslvos, is not new in the experience of nations. Polit ical science, perhaps as highly perfected in our own time and country as any other, has not yot disclosed any means by which civil wur can ha absolutely prevented. An enlightened nation, however, with a wiso and beneficent constitution of free government, may diminish their frequency and mitigate their severity by directing all its proceedings iu accordance with its fun damental law. When civil war has bean brought to a clo...

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 December 1867

tremely onxians to reaoh a proper con cIumoii. U'here an act hs Lean pascd according to the form of the Constitu tion by tho supreme legislative authority of the rotiutry, Executive resistance to It, specially in time of high party excite mant, would bo likely to product a violtnt collision bctwct'i tho rofpectivo adhe rents of tlio two branches of the govern tncnt. This would bo simply civil war, and civil war mint be resorted to only as i be last remedy lor tho wor.it of evili. Whatever might tnd to provoke it should be most carefully nvoided. A faithful und conscientious magistrate will concede very much to honest error, and something even to pcrvrr.e malice, before be will rndangor the public pcuce, and he will not adopt forcible measures, or such ai might lead to force, as long aa tho chances which are peaceable remain open to him or to his constituents. It is true that cases may occur in which tho Executive would be compelled to iaml on his rights and maintain them, regardless...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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