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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 9 April 1868

LINCOLN rOlNTV IIER1LD. COUNTY Ol'I'ICURH. aroatt Clctk A. It. Manm. f S. II. Moiiht. Count Court Justices Mh.toxL.Lovi.m., 0. J . IMiKAM. County Clerk P. C.Ciitr. flhcrlf S. It. Woouom, Xrenurtr Vino. Assessor. 3. K. CMO!f. County Surveyor. J. C' Dowxtxo. Cehool CommUiloner 3. M. McLit.ux. COURTHINlLlNCOl,N COUNTY. Cuci'lT CotBT Second Mori Jay tn Apll nnl Fourth Monday tn September. Kovmt Covbt Second Mondays In February, May, August and November. LOOAL. ND OOU NTV. Fira for 8tle. A good farm, about seven miles from Cnp au (Iris, in this cour.lv, is advertised in tho Herald for tile. Seo advertisement. Saddles aid llaraess. Mr. Sedlacek 'advertisers an enlarged assortment of saddles, harness and other stock usually kept in his shop. Ho invites all to call and examine his stock. Agrlcillttral InpleaMtst Read the advertisement of 0. D. Loving who is agent for tome of the best reapers, mow ers, corn planters, steel plows, &c. If 70a want a good article call on Mr, Loving. HifgllS...

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 April 1868

Ffm&te Branly, Tho ladle of Arabia Main tlic'r linger nd toes rod, (heir evebrowa bljtlc, "mid their lip blue. In Persia tltcy paint n black streak mound their eyes, ami orna went their faces with uiiouj figures The Jitt.aiiesc women uild their teeth, and ibose of tho Indians jiaint them red. The f earl ot tho tooth inunt be dyed black to o beautiful in Ouz&rat. The llotlentot women paint the entire body In compart uietits of rol and black. In Greenland the women color their faces with blue and i cllow, and they frequently tattoo their odies by saturating thread in toot, in- sertidp them beneath tho skin, and then drawing them through. Hindoo families, when they wUh to appear particular!) lovely, smcar!(licmtclvca with a mxiturc of saffron, tumeric, and crcaso. In nearly all the islands ol tho l'acifio and Indian oceans, the women, ns well as the men, tattoo a prcat variety of figures on the taec, the lips, tlie tonguo, and tho wholo body. In New Holland, they cut them selve...

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 April 1868

The Lincoln County Herald PUDM3ltnD EVERY THURSDAY LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD .TERMS pF.ADVEtt THING. Ono Sfjtinre (10 llnc)nrlci,onotnmttnn...$t tl Rich additional insertion 75 Aclmlnlilrntor.' Kntlcci 3 00 1'innl Settlement Xottcc .1 00 fltrnjr Notices (elnglo ftrnj)..; 3 Oa Knch additional t trsy In some notice 1 00 M A Liberal Deduction will l mado to jrcarljr nilvertlieri. 0 nv & FISHER. 81.59 pet Year, in Advance. it II' Paid Willilu (ho Ycnr. VOL. 3. TROY, MO.. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1868. NO. 16. TIIE NEW.REGlSTRf LAW. An Act lo'.Provldo for the Itcglstratloii of Voter. and to Provide for the Appoint ment of Judges of nicctlon by the Hoard of Registration. i i Jii it tnackii:j!i'ilUcGentral Autmlily of tlie Slate of Mlaiurl, a follows : Section 1. On or before tlic 23.1 day of March, A. D. 18G3, and on or before lio 1st of February, 18G9, nud on or before tho 1st day of February, every two year thereafter, the Governor shall appoint, by and with the advice nnd consent of the Sen...

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 April 1868

LINCOLN mm I1RBALD. pMf s j, ttxu it 1 111:0. x. fisuiin, KtttOM St) rilBLttRRRt. 'fit BBS DAT it, 180S IXHeerttlc Meetliff at TraxtM. TI10 Democrats of Prairie township Kill hold 0 democratic meeting at Trus ton, May 2d 1869. Goon speakers hare been invited and will be preunt to ad dress tbc people. Everybody it intited to attend. 81. Ltlis itiy EltctUl. St. Louis, lik several other cities this r-priop, has given unmistalcn evidence of large democratic galas, winch is positive evidence that the people are tired of Had ical m)o and high taiation. The Demo crats elected five ef the eight School Di rectors, and five of the twelve Aldermen, and a tic vote iu one of the other wards. Cap. A. U. Hull, Democrat, was elected llailroad Commissioner. CaroMtfelet'city ElrctioB. Every Dciuoeratie candidate is elected. For Major, for Register, Collector, Treas nrcr, City Marshal, City Councilnica and Mchool Director, there is one uniform re suit an overtrfaclaining rout of the wiong and a triump...

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 April 1868

LINCOLN MM HERALD. ' county biwiccri7 Clronlt Clerk Mikti. ?. n. Moxi.tr, Milton I.. Lovell, 3. T. Isobaji. Count; Cletk .F. C. Cm. ..8. II. WOOLfOLK, Sheriff .. Treasurer Assessor. County Snrrtyor f ehool Commissioner, J. K. CAXSOX. J. C- Dowsixa. .... J. M. MclAtLAN. COURT IN LINCOLN COUNTY. Cucuir CetT Steund Monday In Ap-ll and Fourth Monday In 8epteuibr. Cecxrr Cos Second Mondays la February, May, Auguit and November. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Fifty Ceils, to Wright City, in the indloton hack, HlggllS' Gold Pens Tho best now manufactured. Everybody who wants a Gold Pen buys from Ilggins, So, 321 OHve street, St; Louis. v3nl Cm N Mall. Rain on Monday night, and 'day following, swelled the creeks between this point and the railroad to such on c tent as to prevent the arrival of the mail on Tuesday. Religious. Tho Hcv. Mr. Duncan -will preach in tho new Baptist Church in Troy, on Saturday and Sunday, tho 25th and 2Cth of April, 1808. A gcueral at tendanco is requested. Her. Mr. Welch will...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 16 April 1868

Woman is a very nice, and n very com plicated machine. Jlor apring ore In definitely delicate, and differ from Jbose of man, pretty nearly ns the work or n repeating watch docs from that of a town clook. Look at her body how delicately formed 1 Examine her sense, bow cz iu!site and nice ! Obierve her nnder standing, how aubtlo nnd acute I lint look into her heart; there is the pitch -work, composed of purl ao wonderfully combined, that they must bo aeon tlirouph a microscope to be clearly comprehended Tlio perception of n woman is as quick qs lightning. Her penetration is intui tion : f had almost mid instinct. By a clnnco of the five she shall draw n deep " . . t . . i. i t .1.- nnd iOSt conclusion. ner mm tin: formed it. she cannot answer the qucs tion. As Iho perception of a woman is 1 a 1.mI Mftiila .ml tnl. PUrprislBgiy tjuivit, ny .vuw - aginations arc uncommonly susceptible. If lew women write tncy an tain ; ami every man may judjzc of them in this point from every circlo he ...

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 April 1868

The Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED SVERT THURSDAY ELTuis &"fishe;r. f per Year, in Advance. 3-ir Paid Within the Year. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TERMS OV ADVERTIfllNCI. Ono Sqnarc (10 lines) or less, one lnierllon...l II Each additional Insertion H Administrators' Notlcce 3 Oil Final Settlement Notice! - S 01 Stray Notices (slnglo stray), 3 la Each additional itray la tamo notice 1 OS VOL. 3. TROY, MO.. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1868. NO. 17. A Liberal Deduction will be made to yearly advertisers. Final Settlement. NOTICE Is hereby girtn to all person Inter ested that tho undoi signed, administrator of tho '(tot or Sarah Klthntr. deceased, will make a Vnat ittttement of hi administration of tald ei tata at the nasi Hay term of tha Lincoln county Court, to ba bacon and held In Troy, on Monday tha 11th day of May, 1808. iprJJ nlT wp ISAAC II. OWIX08, Adm'r. Final Settlement. tVIOTICE li hereby given to all person! Inter im cited that the undesigned administrator of tha cttata of John W. S...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 23 April 1868

LINCOLN COUNTY HliRlLD. EDMUND J. KLLIS k THEO. D. VI8UKR, IDITOU ADD rUILUIIM. TiiunsuA r . Amu. 23, tses Tie Nalltul Dell. There U t greit deal laid about the National Debt ; and well tbero may be (or it ia tbe huge let or, along with lladi eal corruption, that i drawing euoh heavy taxes out of tho laboring masses. We look at tho Cgures, hear them repeated over and over, but we do not realize tho magnitude of thia great debt, atuouutlug to nearly Are thoutand millions of dol lars, and which no sane, man believes will ever be prid Header, jut gel your paper and pencil for a moment, and cypher out how long it would takeyoutoeoNfifthiecnormoussum, aying you count 70 a minute. Divide the amount of the debt 3,000,000,000 by 70, and you have a fraction leai than 12,857.143 minutes; reduce thia to hours and you havo something like 714,235 hours, making, by rough calculation, about '20,702 days. Now, inquiring reader, convert the daya into years, and you have over 81, nearly 82, years. Di...

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 April 1868

LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. COUNTY OIWICEH8. Circuit Clerk... A. H. Mutw. S. R. MoxtiT, MiltoL.Lovsli., S. T. Ixontu. County Clerk F. C.Osm. jbtrlff - 9 WootrotK, Treasurer Wiko. Alienor K. Cissoh. XJounty Sarryor.. ...... J. C Dowkiso. gshool Commissioner. ..J. M. McLmm. COURTS) IN LINCOLN COUNTY. Cucvrr Ctvn Second Monday" In Ap-H and Fourth Moaday In September. Const Cooit Second Mendayi In February, May, Augn.t aad Hevemh.r. L.OOAL AND COUNTY. flerl.BS Bheotlir Altar. On Uit 'Saturday afternoon a shooting affray oo carredbetwen Mr. Sam'l Carter and R S. Mcintosh, resulting in a very serious 'manner. Mr. Carter was shot in four ;places in tho right hand and arm, and in the bowels and small of tho back and for several days his Hfo was despaired of, but wo aro pleased' to loarn tho phjii- cians now have sanguine hopes of his re oovery. The particulars, so far as wo are able to learn, aro as follows : Mr. Carter was conversing with soino friends, in "Wellott'e grocery, in the course of w...

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 April 1868

NUtws a Beaetfy for lets. Vtom the Ntw Tork Observer Lata in summer tho largo hone or gad fljr, ii bmy in laying its tmull yellow eggs ou the luiri of the sides and lips of horses, which, being glatinoui, adhero there. The hone, id licking himself, touchca the eggs, which burst, when a small worm ctcjpes, which adheres to the tongue and is carried with his food to the stomaoh. where it clings to the coat of the stomach, and feeds and grows there until spring, when it passes out of the body ana soon becomes a fly. Youatt and Spoonor. in their work on tho horso, claim that hots do not injuro a bone, and cannot be ro moved from the stomach by medicino, but pass away tboinselvos in the spring, tot mere than fifty yeara I have heard of horses, and aecn them said to be sick of tho bola, and die oi them. Many, with a view to rcmoTo them, pour molasses and milk down the throat of the horso, of which it is aaid tbat bote are fond : so that they are thus led to lot go their hold of the stomac...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lincoln County herald. — 30 April 1868

SBB5BHs?3BiaSBBBBBBisV w The tiicofa Mnty herald PUBIilSBEp !KTKBTvTllUHSDAY ELiiliU "irigKEait. f 1.5 per If car, in Advance. 99-U Paid yYlthrtrthe ic4r. ' i One '0 l!nV.);o0V(ai.rtl.'nh!fV Uil Kach additional Insertion ,TS Admtnlitralorl' Notleei .':..l...,....';..'a 07v Final Settlement Notleei . S 0 Stray Notices (single stray) I fa Kach additional stray In lamb notice.......... 1 ' 1 VOL. 3. TROY, MO.. THtfRSDAY, APRIL 30,' 1868. NO. 18. SCr A Liberal Deduction will be mad to yearly advertisers.' "J , ji ,tf LINCOLN G01NTY HERALPt Final Settlement. - KOTICB lis isreey given to alt'pcrsnn Inlet tstad thai the an4iiignl, administrator ef llio ettnte of Sarah Klshuer, deacaied, will tank a final Htll.ment of hli administration of laid Ute at th nit Ma ttnn f tb Lincoln county Court, to bo bofoa and bold In Troy, on Monday tho 11th day of May,.1808. A. , priJ nlT 4wp ISAAC II. OWIKOS, Adm'r. Final Settlement. tVtOTTOK tiharabT elven to all Mrioni Inttr- ll tated that tho undersigne...

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 April 1868

LINCOLN COUNTY MILD. KDUttNK J. KLLl k T1IKO. D.,IM1IRB, asrt.aa aso rvsusasta. TUUASDA T APRIL 30, IMS DBIMCIATIO MASS MEKTlNfl. There will be a man mooting of the Democrat! of Lincoln county, at this place, on Monday, the Uth day of May, it being County Court week,. for the pur peso of electing delegate to the Demo oratio Bute Convention, to be held is St. Louie on the 28th of May, the object of which it to elect delegates te the Na In a late eorreipondenro to the, Cincin nati Gaaette, the following convoriatlen iasald to-have taken place between the reporter of that paper and Wade dr Ste vens. No matter whioh one said it, there Is truth in it : "Why, sit, two thirds of the present tax officers are men without credit at home. Men that couldn't get trusted fer n pipe ef tobacco in their own towns, are seise ted to get tho revenue of the government: I knew men, end so do you, te whom seme of my constituents have to pay their taxes, to whom no neighbor would even lend $20, with the r...

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. — 30 April 1868

LINCOLN COHNTV COD NTT OVrtCBRt. Circuit Cltk.. H. Mati. tS. H. Iloiut, Count Court JtitUw... MittoitL.Lovsi.1, llasNtlire on" antidote for acquired diseases? The Plantation Bitters, pre pared by Dr. 'Drake, of N.w York; have no doubt befeuted and eared moro par son. of djspepsla, nervousae.., sour "eta rrnobloia of appetite, .inking weakness, general debility and mental despondency, tban any other article in existence. They aro cotflodiod of the purest roota and 1 8. T.IXQBIM Ctunty Clerk... O. Cass. Sheriff. ,.. 8. B. Wootrout, TreasatoT m......m...F. Wte. Assessor..... , J. K.CiiwoK. Countv BurvWSr.. . 0 Bowstso. -ano.t Cem-Isstoaer.. J. M. McLst-US. .mis-mi uvnni.M nnllHTV. Cikuit Cecar8eond Monday la Apitl sad and are extensively popular with mothers Fourth Monday in September, and peraena of aedentary habits. Ceem Omjbt Second Mondays lit rsDruary, May, August and N.vomosr. . When registering the voter, at Spring fold, Green, bounty, a few days jJncp, ens nan who had aerved th...

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. — 30 April 1868

t - . ... Jrsh IHllifs Lager iter. I harflnalV cWteVr the conclusion that lager beer as a beverago it not intox letting. I bar been (old so by a gentlemen who led he had drank it awl nile long, just to try tho eiperiment, and wat obliged to 50 home entirely 'tober ia tbe morning, bar. seen this same man drink sixteen glaiiet, and if he waa drunk he was drunk in German, and nobody eo'uld understand it. It is propor enuff to atatn that this man kept lager beer saloon, and could bar, an object In stating what was not strictly th'ui. I believeS him to the full extent or my ability. I never drank but tlirco glasses ot beer in mi life,. and that made mi hed ontwist as tho it waa hung on tho end or a string,, but 1 was told that it was ownin to mi bile bein ont or place ; and i guess that it wu so, for i nerer biled over wusa thsn i did when i got home that nite. My wife thot that iwas goin tew die, and i waa afraid that i shouldn't, for it did seem as tho everything i had ever eaten, in m...

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 May 1868

1 The Lincoln County Herald PUBLISHED KVKBT TllUBSDAY LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. TUMI 0 ADVSUtT! Oat gqaare (10 liats)r leM,oetUetTtioj...t I It laeh additional Insertion ft T Administrators' Notices Final Settlemeat Xolltta............ ELLIS Sc FISHER. 9iM9 per Year, m A4tcc. 9-If Paid Within the Yer. Stray HotleM (ilagle itrai)...... . MM.. MM. ... 9 TB Kaeh additional tlray In tame aetlet ........ 1 S VOL. 3. TROY, MO.. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1868. NO. 19. Bar A Llbiral Dsdnotlon will bo made ta yearly advertisers. Fiaal Icttlcmeaif. KOTICE li htrtby glvealo all aersoai lattr ..1.4 HniihannJeietned. administrator ef tht .ttatt of Bmk Klthatr. Jwhm4. wUI make a final ssttlemeat af hU administration 47 iald es- Ut at the Beat May ttrm er ui liineoin county Court, to be began aad hold In Troy, on Monday the lids day of May, ism; aprMnlTdwp I3AA0U.0WINQ8, Adm'r. ritaa! Betllement. trvrtfiK li hereby clven to all persons Inler- i ui.J (hit tht underlined administrator of (hi titato or John w. B...

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 May 1868

t Lir com mw. ItDMUND J. ELUS k TUEO. D. FIflllKR, THVHSDA.T - Wn, 1848. LiHlsUia geiaici ft it stated that the Democrats have o a certainty one 'majority in tho Louis iana Senate, and tbat this fact will pro vent the adoption or the nmcndrueuls to the conctitution, and oftourao the Radical. Hump will rofuse the "admission' of that liable State. Mutator nraltnta flelwr f Marrj. Ego, the Washington corrcipondcnt of the Ohlctgo Evening Journal, lays tust vert sooa tho capital will be all aglow with the knowledge of the bctrothkl of its most charming young lady, Miss Mary Foot, to Senator Hondcrson, of Missouri. Miss Foo'.e i (aid to bo one the "most witehingly ettractivo jouug ladies grac ing the crime de la creme of Washington City." Ii the Deaecratlc Parly l'il(c4T Under the above heading, on onr Brat page, will be found an article from that most excellent magailno, Tho Old Ouard, which we recommend to the careful read ing and consideration of all good, honest men, who may unwitting...

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 May 1868

Lincoln mm. mm. : COVK.TTOiririOHll. ' Circuit Clerk. ! A. II. MiaTi. S. Tt.MoJt.tr, MiwoyL.Lovai.t,, 3. T. laatAW. County Clerk...., n P. C. Ci. 6hrlff....M. ......8. R. WootrotK, XiMrafr.....M. . M.......F. Wiko. Alienor T...J. K. Cahsos. fount Surveyor.. .: 3, C' Stwaiita. Est 01 OoamlstUttr ..J. M. ttcUtm'. cbcnTntiM L1NO01.N count. TJikcuit Cocaiaaead. Mnday to Ap It and Fourth Monday in Stpttmbtr. toinrTT CocKi Pecosd Mondays In February, May, Atgtit and ovember. LOCAL AND COUNTY. Qt-ahcad atlTfiess f Pike. The TLtfiiiiUna Journal of last week published the advertisement of the Road Commis 'eioner of Pike county as ready to receive 'bids for tbe construction of tho Louisiana :aod PrairieTtllo road, and also an oxtcn sion of said, road to Auburn, In this 'county. What has become of tho road fever that was ragiog among tho Trojans come time lines? "Gone glimmering," ah? BeslBMkforErcryBOdj. The new illustrated edition of Webster's Diction ary, containing' three thousand engrav i...

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 May 1868

-l'"''''lil ml IIMTlHi WASHtNQTOtf. Anril 29 flan. Canhv dispatches ihe'followlnjr in relation (o the eieeuos la seats. Carolina : ''Ths ratnrai are all ia. Tkt Majority for tha Constt tution ia 43,470." Tha majority for tha Constitution ia Worth Carolina haa been increased to 18,440. Forty, four counties Mod complete returns. Mine are incom- late. Thirty-sis counties have not been heard from. Tho vole polled, aa far aa neara from, ie iuo,B74. Tho following, ia rafaranoe to the Geor gla election, was received at Uenetal ' Great's headquarterte from Gen. Meade, I'osasaandiBg too 'laird unitary district: "Toe election pawed off as quietly a eould be etpeolad. Thero wcro one or two aerioaa outbroalcs only. Tbero are many oomplainta of frauda from both aidea, and aoma applications for a re eleo tioa. The official rtarna come in slowly. The probabilitiea are the ratification of the Constitution has been carried by a very large majority. Bollock ia elected Goternor. There ia a Domooratio ...

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 May 1868

.i . ' ""Mil TnrtMs ov ADvr.rttisiNti. One Sqaaro (10 lines) or less, the lnscriloa...l Each additional insertion. ......... M... ......... ID Administrators' Notices.. 3 0 ) Final Settlement Notices...... ., .1. 00 Stray Notices (singlo stray) 3 Ij L'ach additional stray In.samo notice 1 09 SF A Liler.il Deduction will be mado to yearly advertisers. The Lincoln County . Herald PUBLISHED SVER.T THUUSDAY , ELLIS A: "oISIIEK.. per Year, in Advance. 2-It' Paid Wlthlu the Year. LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD. VOL. 3. TROY, MO.. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1868. NO. 20. JOE ALLEN. Attorney o, t Law AND PUBLIC ADMIN IBTRA flit, . Troy, lUUsouri. VI? ILL nraellce In all Ik Courts of the thlra W Jdilol.il Clroult. Alt bailneii entrusted to felt cere will be promptly attended to, Deo. 13, 188. nl C. M. B. THURMOND, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 0.31t) OHGIRVT STREET, f Kennett Building) ST. XiOXTIS, MO.i R. D. WALTON, Attorney at L a. .v , Truxton, Lincoln County. Mo. WILL rraetlco In the Court of the Third Ju.ll elal Dist...

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 May 1868

imm. COUNTY DER1LD. KOMUMO J. KLLI8 Jt IUKO. D. PISHKB, (1TSU AND rCSMfUUBS. TMVH8DA T . MA Y ii, IMS, Hew Shall We Meet lit Meet what? Why, Radicalism the scourge of our country, tho ban of political virtue; tho cancer in tho breast of liborty ; the great enemy of free govornnent, and the negrocualintiou, miioegenation party that now rales tho land with an iron rod. How iball we eet it ? Well, we will tell you plainly Kot with Policy I For those policy nea are the ones who re working for office because office pays, and not because they desire to faithfully eerre their country and the eonfidence of the people who place them there. And this ia what ia ruining the country and overburdening the honest laborer with taxes while the government's pets bond holder's aro exempt. But we must meet it with true firm ness, and a strict adherence to the naked principles of Democracy Taxation of United Ststcs bonds Payment of the National debt in green backs! All the States to be fairly represente...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Herald, The
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