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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 19 December 1867

fchich at one period wero colonies of Great Britain, Franco, Spain, Holland, gweeden and Prussia. Tho people in West Indiea, with the exception of those of the island of Hayti, hate neither at tained 'nor aspired to independence, nor liaTO they become prepared for self defence iilthonsh possessing considerable enramer cisl value. They bao been sold by sev eral European stales which colonized, and nt the same time conquered them, chiefly for purports of military and naval strat epy i carrying out tho European policy and desiprns in regard to this continent in our revolutionary war, ports and harbors in tho West Indies, were used by our en tmf to the prest injury and cmharriss meat of the United States. Wo had the same experience in our second war with Great Britain the same policy for a lone timo excluded us even from trade with the West Indies. While wo were nt peaco with all nations in our recent civil war, rebels snd their piratical and blockade breaking allies found facilities in...

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 December 1867

DEMORKST'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE Universally acknowledged the Parlor Magattoe of America, devoted to Original h'toriei, Poems, Sketches, Architecture and Model Cottages, Household matters, Uerai of Thought, Personal and Literary Gossip (including special departments on Fashions), Instructions on Health, Mu MC.Arauiements, etc., by tho best authors, and profusely illustrated with costly en gravings (full size), useful and reliable Patterns, Embroideries, and a constant buocession of artistic novelties, with other useful and cnteatalning literature No person of refinomont, economical housewife, or lady of tasto, can afford to do without the rcodel Monthly. Single copies, $10 cents; back numbers, as spec imens, 10 cenla either mailed free. Yearly, 83, with a valuable premium ; tiro copies, 10 50 ; throe copies 87 50 ; five copies $12, and splendid premiums for clubs at 83 each, the first premium to each subscriber. J9 A now Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine for 20 sub-t-enbora at $3 each....

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. — 2 January 1868

r 10481 mm. t: i rt i-. it. ti uiu ijuiuum uuu.uy acraiu tUJBLJSJIEl JSVEtlV TIlOHSpAT BV EHiIS & FISHER. $1.00 per Year, in Advance 2-lt Paid Within the Year. TO THE DBMOCKAOV OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI. llOOMS Or TftK IlRltoCtATIC AsaoCIiTION 1 OF IIU ClTT ASD CorSTY Of St. l,oi is, Dec. let, 18C7. J To the Democratic Voters of Missouri i Gentlemen The objoct of tlio un dersigned in addressing you is to obtain ' your aid and co operation, as veil as t lint -of your Democratic friends and neigh bors, nndjjto invito you to como together and form a Democratic Association in your county, and also Township Clubs. Tito tiuio has come for us all to labor in earnest, and wo hopo that all good and ' truo men will giro this their attention. Wo pray you not to consider this a mero electioneering circular. Tlio situ atiou of tho country, and the revolution ary designs of tho Radicals ire such that, in all probability,, nothing can preserve poaea.and secure to us even a vestige of constituti...

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. — 2 January 1868

LISC8LN BOUNTY HERALD. BDMUJID ii ELLU THKO. D. FI8HKR, iditom id rcst-iams. t THURSDAY .... JANUARY 2, IMS. PAITICILAK NOTICE. We send this number to all subscriber, who eignod and paid BO cents, lo end with December, 1867. Each oi:e la kind lj invited to continue with ua for tbo year 1808, and to forward $1 50 for the year or 76 oenta for an months. Thote who do not accept theso terms will pleate return this number, that we ma mako the correction on our book. 1808. With the new year, 18GS, commences the Thhd Volume of tho Lincoln County Herald, somewhat enlarged. And it is hoped tho patronage extonded us in the brief timo of the Herald's existence inay not desert us now. We havo labored hard to publish a paper worthy tho town and county wo live in ; and if wo have come short of what waa expected, or what we desired, it must be taken into consid eratien that n cloudless skies have been those under which wo have labored for opposition from sources from whonce ahould havo come encour...

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. — 2 January 1868

mm LOOJ COIN MIINTT HERALD. LOOAU AND COUNTY, The Llictla Gouty Herald Democrats, will yon rrad the follow ing, and thon send In your namc with (hell 50 for the year 18GB : Every Detnocratio voter thould bo a subscriber to a Democratic paper, and Darticularly to his home organ, that be may kocp pace with tho events that arc transpiring in his own county. Next November o President is to be elected, and all the offices under his con trol 'to be filled by him: Also Congress men are to be solected in all of tho States to take the plaoo of the present numbers, Also United States Senators aro to bo chosen. Tho political position of the Herald is well understood. In the language of tho lamented Douglas: Wo hold that this Government was mado on tho wblto basis by white mon, for the benefit of white men and their posterity forever. Further we hold that the negro is not capable of nelf-govcrnmoot. We will give a cordial and hoarty sup port to the nominees of tho National and btate Convention....

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. — 2 January 1868

fihnl clos; Iho weailed ayei, 0 Sleep I f n etoss'no dream may torn between Of all Iho lorrowi they hare tetn Too long, too sad, their watch hath been, Mo faithful, Sloop 'Lett thoy should wake temcmberlngi Leat they thunld wake, and waking, weep 0 Bleep, tweet Sleep i Clasp clore the wearied hands, 0 Rut t Poor bands fa thin and feeble grown With all the las ke which the; hare ilooe Now the are finished every ono j O happy Beit. Fold tbetn at last from laboring, , In quiet on the quiet breait, O Rett, tweet Keel I Prcu e'.ose unto her hoart, 0 Death! fin cloto not any pulse may allr V ho garment of her aepulehro. !, life hath been sa sad to tier! 0 kindest Death. Within Ihy aafeat ahetterlng Ku pain nor aorrow enteroth 0 Death, tnrct Death I l'rom the London Christian Time. STEALING BAD BATH S. One bright Sabbath forenoon, not Gf teen years ago, n pedeMrian, hot, duotj, and perspiring, arrived nt n well known and much frequented villago in the county of York, famed for the salubrit...

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. — 9 January 1868

Tho Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED JSVEIIY THURSDAY nr ELLTB Ac jPISIIEJR.. 81.50 pei' Year, in Advance. a It Paid Within the Year. Fifij Seven Mongrel Nice The impeachment mountain has been reducod to in .infinitlsimal atom, no lon ger discornable to the human eye. We have read of "the mountain that conceived und brought forth mouse;" bat in thoie 'days, fifty sTea Mongrel mice have con ceived and brought forth nothing. Yes, they have brought forth something tho' in the ihape of nearly 9500,000 addition to the "national debt." Plvo hundred thousand dollart tho people have to pay 'of additional taxes for the sole purpose of gratifying tho. malice of an ignorant and furious faction of such creatures as .Sohenok, Ashley, Logan, Kcllcy, and Tliad Stevens, who, so far from having teen of the least service to their country, have always been an expense and a shame. This impeachment business is a fair spe cimen of their intelligence and their etatcsmauahip. With what conscience will the 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. — 9 January 1868

MN'tOLS COLNTV niiRALB. EDMUND J. ELUS k I'UKO. 1). t'lSUKU, IBltOHH AMI ri'lMSRCII. TUVRSDA Y J AS VARY 9, 183. Expenses of Inpcachnrnl Committee. The Clerk of tho House of lleprcscu latives, on Monday Inst, furnished lo that 1)Ody a statement showing the entire ex penses of the Judiciary Committee, in connection with the lir.pcachtnont, to Lc twtnty three thouMnd one hundred and vinety nine dollar. Among the items is 83,000 pnid Hon. Jnmes M. Ashley for messengers to Visit tjucbec ind other parts of Canada to procure evidence. In deed Radicalism is expensive as well as corru.t. Stick your plow in deeper, poor farmer! Turn your wheels fnstor, poor mechanic I Strike faster, poor black ninth ! These expen.-cs must be paid ! It must come out of your earning ! What if your families do suffer, ain't it all in tho cause of Radical progression? Don't you find a great pleasure iu slaving for them? No! Then speak out against it, aid show them you are not willing slaves. V. 8. Military Asylu...

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. — 9 January 1868

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD LOCAL AND COUNTY Fire. Un the 7th instant, the roil tlenoe, together with nil tho furniture, of Mr. Josoplt lieauy, about four miles vent from this place, was totally destroyed by fire, only a bedtoad being savod from tho flames. Tire conflagration was caused from some defect in tho iluo of tho cliira- noy. Loss estimated at 33,000 or $0,000. Mo insurance iHSHre YtW UoMSIt At this season of tho year many houses aro destroyed by firo, and in a tnujority of cases with great loss to tho owners because they are not insured. Every iitan who owns a good building of any description ought to Lave it insured. Cull on J. K.'Uatinon, Agent, at this placo, for tho Southern' JIopo Insurance (Jompirij. The Effort to organize a regular do bating club in this place, though not bav ins met with the successjdoslred by thoso taking an interest in it, yet there is no room for discouragement. 1 ho audience last Friday evening was larger than on former occasion?, which fact evinces ...

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. — 9 January 1868

Tllf Tl.rer Xil$, kni the Ntrk Tfcfj Mtdei ' "Find a picco of board, eix nails, and a liamtncr, and bring thea to mo," said Mr. Andrews to hit Philip ono Monday mor ning. Philip collected the articles re- quired, but greatly wondered to what une Lis father was going to put them; so on entering the parlor he said, "I thought, father, that you were going out this morn log far the whole week?" "So I am, my boy, and the board, the hammer, and the nail, ore for your moth er's uso while I am away. Them are lis nails one for each day; the board is for the nails to be driven into, and the ham mer U to drive them in with." Philip wns not a wicked boy, but when ever his father was from home he took advantage of his absence, tcifcd hit broth ers and sisters, constantly neglected his lesson, and had a hundred thoughtless trick?, which gate hie mother annoyance aud trouble. Whcnuver Mr. Andrews returned from a journey, his peaco was nlwuyx broken by along list of complaints against this perverse...

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. — 16 January 1868

herald; Tho Lincola, Gotinty' Herald LINCOLN COUNTY OnsBeniro(1t ltnn)orlofl,onelDi.rtlon...l M Eetti ad'dltlonnl'lBitrlloa: l... . " 7& AdmlnUtrator.' 'Notice. 3 CO Final Hetttement Nottert .1 CO FU.it Not let. (.ingle Hiiy) 3 00 Uocbit!dltlonal ilray In tame noilce 'I 00 )aJ A Llboral Dedaetlom will be made to yearly tdrerllfer. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY at ELLIS fc FISHER. $1.00 per Year, in VOL. 3. TROY', MO.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1868. NO. 3. mil.. Mlaaaa. HuMihUcait The Pri.Uenllai Kleeileu. Jim um"""" i .. ., ... . , ... .i ii i pnl INflB. Mail me Diatee are aumiueu, uo iun m electoral vote will beau 1 aoaoiate major- ttr..rlod hot been to fraught el irllh iBtcre.ttng tad mo-teater.; imU, wnii 1 59, iViWVibl.B'po tb Baited states, Revolutions never feo backward, and the r:1" WiJ pre.eotona will progr... ateadily, bring- Vest 1868 Ud fair u develop cehBioti la the do BK UQ(J.r (h( Ctirvativ banner otb main of tboaxbt, argument and itateimtBiMnno " , , s c , i, I... i.ritln...

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. — 16 January 1868

LIM0L8 MUTT HKRjLD. BDMCNU J. ELLIS TIIKO. D. IISUKR, idiiom add roausaaaa. .'' 9UVRSDA Y JASVAHY IS, I8M. 8IIOIJK8 OF TUB REPIILIC. We shall cosaaiet.ee aext WMk the pub licatioaofa valuable piece of history, giving the rlia and fall of ouo thirteen rebellion!, or Shocka of the Republic. It will take three or four waeka to pubtith it, and will bt a brief but intereitiog piece of history. OHIO. The General Assembly of Ihio con vened at Columbus, tha capital of the State, on the Gth inst. All the members were present. The House elected John F. Follett, Speaker, and Atuos Layman, Clerk. In the Senate, Charlea B. Flood waa elected Clerk. Better aeleetione could not havo been made we apoak from the book and know the truth of what wc say. An intimate acquaintance with them when a citiien of that State and connected with the Domocratio presa at Ml. Vernon and Newark, we always found thorn true to the groat principles and land marks of the Deiu icratio party, in its adversity and prosperit...

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. — 16 January 1868

LINCOLN Cflffll HERALD. LOCAL AND COUNTY. AttMeellif recently hfld ai Wright City, we aro inlorinod by our townsman, E. N. Bonfils, Esq .the sum of 17,000 woe abicribed for tha purpote of building n rook road from that place to Troy. Will the citiicna of Troy take note of this ? Will tboy not too that and gu tbem $7,000 bettor? ' ' Fare KetflCM T fare from Troy to Wright Citjr it Peadletoii'e new hook ts now It 50 instead nf 92. Thia is cheap enough. Good new haVsk. fact team, with a careful driver,(oIr. Henry Tanner,) makes a trip from Troy to WrlgTit City und back every day. It nevr failt to make connection with the up and down trains un tho North, Missouri Railroad Oiatanco 12 miles; time, two and a half lioors each way. ' JtHes We Savage, baa placed us un der obligations for a ticket to, an enter tainmcnt to be given by 'the Wentiville DramaticClub, on the 17th and 18th iuit Tie proceeds of this entertainment nro to be appropriated to tho erection of a pub lie hall in the town o...

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. — 16 January 1868

IUM Ugh." 1 .-.' . A wit MM asked ae prrom4 I The tools aadaMealaefj oa aaaav fanes ra an iajareti I eipotcra to the weather thaw ay tUe?etrf aetwtl m. At aa agriaaltiral dlanar tha Wlowlaj toMtwMgivca: 'The game or fortune eantle tha card aa yon will, spades atust la." r An KaiHtfa fsraeer reeeaUjr rtaurkcd that "ha fad hia laad before it waa haogrj, rearad U before it araa waary, aad weadad it before it waafol.n Veraoatraraiaraditgalad withebeep raising aad tha low priee af wool, ara go ing iato tha dairy batiaaaa. Twanty aiaa eaam factories are bow vrajaatod ia tha Suu. Tha Taaaeiaaa LgUlttare haa to aboliah all disUaotioaa afcalor. Tha qnestloa aow la, whathar tha blaeka are to ba Waaehad, or tha whitaa to ba painted. "Figaree eaa't lie," aaya tha arithme tielaa. " Yoa eaa't aay that of womaa'a flgaraa la theee days, ' responded the elanderoaa draaa auttr. A Joiat atoek aoapariy haa ban ettab- Iiahad ia Aaatralia with a view of bailing tea tboBMad ahtep par weak iato ,tal low. T...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 23 January 1868

Tho Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY ELLIS & FI8HEB. tl.ffe per Year, in Advance. S ir Paid Wlthlu the Year. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. ( fatfeMt opAbi'.cansji5q OatSaar(10 llDi)orleit,otnlnnrtlon...l it lath aldUteeal latsrtioa. Mil 7. Admlntttratoti' Hotlcu... .1 01 Fiat! S.tU.minl Notion 3 Ot BUsy Notion (ilniU itrmy) 3 t kaeb eliltloaal stray la same nolle 1 OS VOL. 3. TROY, MO.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1868. NO. 4. A liberal Deduction will to mdo to ystriy adwrtlior ' ' SHOCKS OF THE REPUBLIC ! IS Rebellions Ik 85 Year, Our national existence is now In its 03d year. In that time tho world hai wit netted the wonderful spectacle of no leta than twelve or fifteen rebellion that havo for the tlmo being diaturbed the country from border to border. Where ia the monarchial country that present anything liko the same fuel? An outbreak every 'eight years. It moot be borne in mind, bowever, that these excitements, havo arisen from circumstance of a purely lo ol character, and...

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. — 23 January 1868

imm mm hum. KDMUND J. KLM8 TIIIU. t. IRW rotroM .so vmmisss. TUUItSPA Y JAtttTAHT 1.1 IMS. TWENTY VEA89 ISO, 1 Would any livlnfrwtn hare-believed it, hid Hume prophet for.old ,1b proton t condition of tlili country? All wilt answer, No) ' Tno leaden, and 'the party who sup port them, who came into power with the election of A. Lincoln, are responsible for the present unsettled conditicoof our country f , They lure practiced deceit and treach, cry ! Gave the Ml te their own prouim hy their options I Violated all lawi and conditotions to secure the ends they aimed at! And yet, they oall themselves the "Moral," the "Pare' the "Virtuous,-! and the only ,Ood-lotiog and "Loyal" pirty in the Union. To accomplish their enda they atop at nothing. Rob, murder, burn and deatroy, fi what tmve been done hy the satraps and memlcrs of their Leagues aad all in ia the name of "Loyalty," aad "(he good of the Union." The history of the world doea not afford sueh a record aa doca that of the Radical pa...

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. — 23 January 1868

mi mm mm LOCAL AND COUNTY. 1 Paupers' He.Lwt eek tie County Court Is ued, band-Mils notifying the public tint propoiali for taking charge of tho County Poor House end Farm, containing , 160 aeite,' would be recolrod np to February.lO. Or c6ure, tbo bidder who proposes to board Uie paupers for the amalleat amount 'por head.Igtoing good end aufielcnt aecurity a required, will jet U. Now, thai the buildinge are juat finished, itwiJliol be tiut of place to gire the people rough estimate of the coat of ihia farm to the oouutV. rarm (160 acrea of land) . . $8,240 iDost of buildidgs 9,800 Furniture . Total 113,600 'Thirteen thousand it'bu'di4iV tfetf n imthintr of incidental. CID0W' M.0, w J D " I aes. the cost of a cittern yet to be buirt, and the salary of the Superintendent, which will probably, not -.oe. ieaanu $100 year for ' 'each', 'pauper he' has eharce of (the proceeda of the farm going to the Superintendent). The interest of this ruin, at 10 pereear;, would amount to $1,850 per n...

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. — 23 January 1868

A retired editor aaya hit connectien with tlM press luui thawed and resolved ' iraelf into adieu. 1 Seyaaour D. llsrwood, of Rupert; Ver mont, 15 years old, has caught in four yoari, with dog and gun, 037 woodchacks. P - iL. M.JI..U4. itht.IL v.... w...M.v...w ..-. the camp e camp hree." Their s Is a cholera case . that caaip firo won't save.- Lou. Dean, Art .! . i . .l.I Coonaoticot correspondent of tba Country Genua r..A !K hnahala f I Harriioa potatoes fro at oaa half bushel of seed. Dr Llvlngeon, the Afrinaa traveler, U alive and well, poiilire advice rewired f:om Africa leaving no laager any doubt of bit gaiety. It ia announced that Wendell Phillip and bis frisadi intend holding a coeveu tioa ia St. Loufi the week before tho Chicago contention, and head off the platform. Of SOinmaUa of the penitentiary at Jeffertonville, Indiana, who died laat tear, I. -.I .n.U.ll. nf ib.m ... MnnriaJ in a large majority of ttem are reported to bare died or heart disease, caused by is- I temper...

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. — 30 January 1868

The' Lincola County Herald LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS OP ADVERTISING. I L v. f. j Ont Sqstr (10 Uii)orUti,oalaMrtlon...ft it 'VUBLUHIB ITI1T MCMDAT Each additional ioMrtlon 7-1 Administrators' Wstle S 00 Final Settlement Notices. S 00 ELLI &"fIHEB. 8tray Notices (IngU.itrii;) ... t 60 Kach atdUloaat stray In tarn. oll........ 1 tlM per Tear, m Adf-aMce. aair rM Within the Yeer. VOL. 3. TROY, MO.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30 1868. NO. 5. sTA Liberal D.daotUn will ba suds to yearly adf ertli.n. I SOMIS OF TBI lEriiLIC! ooHTiaun. Tn torn parte of tha coantrj tbe oppo itioa to the Aliorud 8edltioa laws was very erreet, aid ia Kentacky aad Virginia tka litgtaktaret daelaradlham to be gross ail direct infractions of the constitution aad appealed to the ottier States to loin 1b ursrlaa-i thalr repeal or in tha Ian linage af a' letter froai John Taylor, of Virginia,' bee of the dominant leaders of the opposition, "to aitlmate the leparate aaassof Virginia and North Carolina; with view tt the...

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. — 30 January 1868

EDMUND J. KI.LIS TIIKO. D. lliUKU, tDIToM AStl rCSMSIICa TlltrXSD A V JANUARY SO IMS. The following symbolical ticket aad platform we cut from dm of our exchange papers: For President, GEN Kit Ah OKKKNBACKS. For Vice President, GENERAL LOW TAXES. Plenty of money, good Times, nnd a White Man's Government. AOAIN8T Heavy Taxes. Hard Tintea aud Negro Goventnint. WaM aw He Oaa-lag Tat" Wall may tha question fee at Iced, "what are we earning to?" Nave, indeed, the peojihj of the Nation folded their arms and resigned to the keeping of a body of tyrants their liberties? Can they he hold wlthoat alarm the wry initrnment upon which their safety is founded un dermined, disregarded and thrown aside, until the fabrio of free government be gins to totter and fail ? There are break era ahead ! Is thero no way to guard agiinit them? It there uo means to which we can resort to punish uaufpera, tyrants, enemies to the liberties of the people? It seems not! Tha people look for nothing from Congress bu...

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