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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL 22 VOLUME XVI. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1881. NO. 31. EXPLANATORY. This issue of the Sentinel is ren dered necessary l?y a combination of annoying circumstances. More than a month ago we ordered from the Phdto.Engraving Company of , Nbw York a new head for this paper, to bo used at tho time of its enlarge ment. The order was made early enough to allow ample time for its preparation, and wo expected to re ceive it ten days ago. Iiut the engrav ings of this Company are made by a recently patented process, in which photographic chemicals are largely used; and the late cold "blizzard" Which prevailed throughout the coun try was so extreme in New York as to almost'tetop the business of the above named firm. In response to letters and telegrams they inform us that it.vvas simply impossible for them to complete the head during the- recent? extremely cold weather, but that they will pos itively send it by express on January 6th. It cannot possibly reach ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

SHERIFF'S SALE. "Whereas. Arthur l'.arco, by his mortenM with power (if sale ciated"tne 3U uay Iscs, convoyed td Holt courityF M.,it. log described real estate,, to-w!t u The f.olithcas.tfourih of t'.lotiorthwc provided In aald Deed of Trust that In eaaa , c Sheriff's Sale. & 'M??"' . euruaiy. yn,. v Ptn,rf(1i.htiilinltlr nrn anr nfaMOtltMn'' milk,! Auh)u hi. - t oh ijUTit nf Ul.) .jthoJOllOW- '' ' i ,XVurtf if.'olt vcdituty; Mo. returnable; lortliwcflt iiuarior;- Jummrv term. JwuMif naftl CoUrt.&hd to ot section 10. towitshlp t, range 3f, reeled in favor of tHe Statiflrbf Missouri at 'Which said convennnce was made to( secure tho payment pi a certain. bond,.ns 'In "s:il m ru ga ge with powomf sale ladescribod.and where sislt is provided in said mortgage that in default of tho pavmont of said bond r ecording to w terms and effects, that tho shoriif of said county might prococd without suit on said mortgage ft sell said mortgaged premises to satisfy said debt. And wluws, cfnt...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

IKirohnr. Businoss good, especially in the line of oystors and confoctonorius'. Jim puts up the best oysters and t.Iio most of them in a dish, and the largest ones and for the least money, of any shop north of St. Louis. William Ochcr, aged about forty-nino years, died on last Thursday morning of something of the naturo of dipthoria; 'His' illness was short but his suffonngs jWora severe. Ho was an old citizen of llolt county. Ho leaves a wife and five children. Work on tho new brick store has a gairi closed on account of cold weather. Oui Dupot agent, 1). P. Car.r, has for the past month or so been pleading for an assistant; but tho Company remain ing leaf to his entreaties, he has at last secured one at his own oxpense, an assistant for life a beauti'ul female, Miss Clara Foster of Phelps. Rev. Davidson officiated in closing tho contract. We, tho pooplo of Bige low, greet tho now couplo with our hearty congratulations ; and would rec ommend that some other of our bus iness men ado...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

r ,t v4 .t r -.-,-. h . , 'J 't '1 "f THE SENTINEL. SUPPLEMENT. Circuit Conrt. Dnckat for tho Jnuimry Terra, 18R1. Criminal Docket. ttlRST WAY, MONDAY, JAHUAtlY 3D, 1881. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5., 6, 7, v 8. -9. 10, 11 12. 13. 22. '23. State vs "William McLalu. Sam vs William Lends. Bame vs Jacob Vnrnes. Same vsCad M Slaughter. Samo vs James Garrotu Same vs Levi Grouser,- f,'. Same vs William Lewis, otal. Same v Oregon Haines, Samo vs William Morse, Same vs Ezra Cotton. Sanie vs Presley Hicks. . , Samo vs Elam ,K Hunter. t r Same vs Daniel Baldwin. Clrnnd Jury C'hsch, ,S(tato vs Albert Crooks. Samo vs William Tall, , Civil Cases, .,' SECOND DAY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1831. ( 1, Win. Mimkers vs K 0.. St .1 & C B ' R K , 2. Same vs Same. 3. W W Caldwell,, Adm'r vs James Ltiman, ot al, , . . 4. J D'RIohardsou vs Holt County, et al. 1 5. E H Brown vs David Itunyon, 6, Lewis' M Swan vs .Sa rah lH Swan. T. q 0 Catron vqtC, 6 St J & 0 $ ft It Co. 8. V&GE Strlckler vs Jolin, ifrcAdains &...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

ff difi 3J s Wrw Kiu!'hir dh urejon, nolt County Sentinol (The bounty Paper) , TV (Varm scire m Kflir cMmrv.'MdT) 4 "4t f i VtV V Ihl I i II M ' PI. ill 11 lili 1 IPbi. I m. m f YOLUMK XArJ. - Vrs. O. C. lift) I quite MrV. nowilujinitlVoTiiK CotTfTV f'AH'.u? Iinm.to Ira Mepli.nsnuand wife, ni Heoenr tier if., IS"0. h t ne, boy. 'Ill I wakes )'. i. Ko ovk, r a itrt.nl grandfather. - Y. Noss and riwnins ntnl Jfr.mlah were ; cultivated null" hvrly byihMmjsdiiilnelhe holMhyTiidili.yi!oiHiiut!.b.rultl'in.l(.n. llp.ul whiilunaofour pptr 'Hionilpntt li'it li Myul'Oiif'.'iuw to 1IcIii"iIip Npw Vinr." It cim- ImIii". Mrh rm-fllrul ivdvlcn, wlilrh eu-r) body miKbl tn follow. H know nf n.thliiR ttint I mt" will p!p . TXllnylo Urn 1'iililMier .f n rifwiMju'r tlmli to mr ii htn!.riuM in t;iV;r lnvl impir end nil I U lime Kiioiiuir nu hit iiPllitor f)r tup ronu Ihir n( It UlK of It Two WIiIIp l."Bhorn rU. two Plymouth L't rk ro', mill oiip l.liilit tlriilinm nck mid I unl.lirlillic-ihiii:iliiM.ll...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, lly DAVENfOltT A KOItYNH OKE(ON, : : : MO W JiJilli.Ju X JLv Jil V liil VV Ucncrnl Scwh Numtnnry. Tlio total Immigration to this country during ISfO was 318,037. A dry goods storo burned at La Croste, Wis., Dec 29tb. Loss, 14,500. A firo at Chester, Pa., Dec. list, caused a loss to the amount of f'i'i.CO). Tho Northwestorn pineries report plenty of snow, varying from one foot to two fctt. Tho Dowager Grand'! Duchess 01 Mecklenburg StrcllU, died at New BtrellU, Dec. 20th. Cambridge, Mass., celebrated IU 250th anniversary Dec. 23th, with appropriate ceremonies, A firo at Wilbur, Neb., December 26th, destroyed 120,000 worth of property; In aurance, H0.0C0. James Knowles and Geo. Owen wcro drowned In the canal at ltolyokc, Mass., Dec. 26th, while drunk. By a collision of trains on tho Mobilo & Ohio railway, two cnclnccrs and two brakirocn were killed. Tho Railway Commissioners of Mass achusetts have decided against allowing "ele vated railways for Boston. '.Felix H...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

PJIK COUNTY PAPBK. Ily DAVKPOIlT .U HOHYNfl. OREGON, MO A MIDNIGHT SONO. r.nsnsT twos. The wind ot the winter midnight Blngeth Roletan rofraln. R elmjethto mo of the day that Is dead, H Mngcth of hopes that forever have fled, lit atwrath of darknsss, It Mnjjoth of cold, .And ray little life which In fast growing old Never ah 1 never to ho young n ln. Truly It alngctli ft Bolcmn rufralti! The Wind Of tho wlntor midnight (1 Slnceth a sad refrain. (tngeth ft dirge for the dying ami dcid, It elngfth of treasure! that ruthless have epod, It Mngeth of sorrow, It slnirJth of woe, It Mngcth Of sad hiwta who will here he low, Crying cud fibbing In usurtnihe nod It ftlnpcth A ftid refrnln! Tbo wind of tho winter midnight, Slngeth n gl.id refrain. It slageth to me of tho day that Miall dawn, It slnceth of pence mid lot of coming oo. ItJilngcth ot giantess, It slngeth of llnM, And mi little llo which I hoto limy he bright, Bright In tho sunt hlncaud bright In th" ruin, Truly It slnguth h glad r...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

TUB COtDSTTY PAPER, rtAVjespoirr uoiiyxs. OKRItort, MO. Entered at the roitoiT.es at Orefjon, Jlu., aa S enii(l-claj ni.itter. Toms of SubioriptloBt TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX ADVANCE. Advertising Rates, whteh are very reavmsblo, wlien the lsrRe elr, euUtlonof TiikCou.ntv rAfr.it Isconiltlered. will e mado knuwu oil application to tlio 1'uu, llibers. Moneymay bo tent at four rlik by FosUfflee order, draft or rritlitered Utter. Correspondent and newt arc alwaya dcilrcd, bat letters mint be brief and mini Imre tlie genuine name of tke author, not for publication but at a guaranty of toil faltli. Couimuiileatloiu In the Intrrcit of !candldrite. will be abated tor at tlis ratu f three cents tor word, rah In ndvauvc. - mutuary poetry; will bo clinrtfeu for nt tlie rite of tin cent fper Hue land tlio t'n.ih iniist atmmpaiiy ltic'muiiiiv.-rlpt, Ksjretetl manuscript )) got bo returned. Letters for publication iliould reach ui by TiinMjay noii to Iniuru Inieitlon In that week' paper. All letters ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

1W ' ' - 1; V f '. (GIFTS! .GIFTS! ai-FTS! GIFTS! . GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! ;GIFTSl EVERY GIFTS! ' GIFTS! GIFTS! i TO SUBSCRIBER! TO new subscriber to Tub County Vavui gets seeds which nro worth ns much n he pay, for a year' subscription. Cabbage, Early York. Cabbage, Premium Flat Dutch. Carrot, Long Orange. Celery, Dwarf White Cucumber, Imp. Long Grtcn, Cress, Fine Curled. Endive, Green Curled. Leek. Urond Flag. Lettuce, Malta Drumhead. Water Melon, Mountain Swtot. Mnntnrd, White Okra. Dwarf. Onion, W'eatheisflold Kcd. Parsley, Double Curled. Parsnip, Hollow Crown. Pepper, Long lied. , KnddUli, Scarlet ShoitTop. Tomato. Ilnthnwny's Excelsior. Musk Molon, Prollllo Nutmeg. Turnip. Purplu Strap leaved. I I10C SOtdS. kc those dcin lhru. lu llin oilier t wo ...illwltntw. will tin mi UP in a neat box. (.-niitnlni cultivation ot cacti vegetable; and will bo delivered to subscribers Immediately af tcr tho loth ol March. Tlie County Paper! Books- Pioturos. Jewelry, Flower and Veg...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

TUB riltf rOMfLKKT. notdomaud mechanical DT HATHAS . UBMEH. A cold wind chilled us as wo paced the deck, Oneeummor night upon a summer sea; A nameless fear crept over us of wreck, Of rocks unseen, of breakers on the lee. "Icebergs I" From Up to lip the whisper passed; - We huddled close, our pulses scarcely beat, As, bending Mow before the freshening blast, Bore down the Phantom Fleet. First, shadowy and pale, like spectral ships, Along the deep In solemn ranks they came; And '.then the moonlight broke along their Up And clothed their cold peaks with resplen-dentllamc, Green, bcrjl, blue, and many an opal gleam O'er the hugo crystals of the sea wcro cast; Their fearful beauty held us like a dream As one by ono they passed. The last one came so close alon our We almost brushed It with our swinging spars; We hardly breathed as o'er tho heaving tide It bore away beneath Uio silent stars; And then, as spire by spire, and tip by Up We watched the monsters In the dlstaucc fade, Our deep s...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

tJNDKR TUK HARDER OIIAlIt BT H. J. nilLRRIOK. Under the barber chair, Towsled and tumbled all la a heap, Llko the tangled pelt of a spotted shcp, Lay a streaked stack of human hair, Under the barber chair. How came It there! Well, a fa mom cat was Carly Jim, And all the city flocked to him; The editor meek and the millionaire, Flocked to his barber chair. Mot a moment to spare I Day In, day out, from his scissors true The balr and whiskers whisked and flew, IIo kicked each tuft aid It landed there Uadcr tho barber chair. Bo It came there. From many a head and many a chin, And many a cheeky check and Us twin, Came that mosaic mass of balr Under the barber chair. ' A Tarlcty rare I Velvety locks as One as clash And whiskers like thickets of hazel-brush A spectrum of hues and colors there. Under the barber chair. 'Tls beginning to wear A look as It 'twere growing old ; For sllrer threads among the gold Are woven thickly here and thero toiler the barber chair. Many a Samson's hair And m...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 7 January 1881

3" 1 - ' n "Tha County Paptr," . . ,, "Tin; IIoi.t Corsrv.fiKNiiM:!." is' among tho thing that were. In ll Jikun wo present our re.ulcr.s w'ith Tim Cou.ntv I'ArKK, which will be tlio n.uuc of this pulilicatioiUn future.. We tWer liked the old tntiue. It alw.iy.s seemed MORE tfERhY MARRIACES. The. MntrlinnulnJ .pinrriet tn 1'onnl.r rttlii Arils. Holt Our columns ln.i week contained no counts of mi unusual number of inar- iiir i niMij.-i r,t..,,,. . r Jn Ttl;i (Itirlll 'the ttrcCfadlll ' W''k It! nistiri., 7i--iijiiiii4 hiiii uiii'i; Inappropriate anil Us war-llku sound J ,. ,l' . ' ulV ,nt 1 1 'j.'? lln'iwns, match safe, raka turner and . 1 .' . i tllt'll! MKUIlS til lliVVO MllCt! tlCl'll little 1 , ' nnsuitcd tu the prosperous ttni?s tit peace. "Tut: Cocstv l'AfKtt " I ft name which Is not nieamuglcs. It cv prosses Just what tlm paper Is intended In tin. Wit pitiiiiitL lutiiii In lini'i nnv i i .i .ii i ii i. 1 tllcngerureOUIlU treneral circulation out de (if Holt , , " . .. . of ti...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 January 1881

, ' V , ice !, Mfl II" -1 It. - V VOLUME XVJ. -,-Dr. I.ukciiK will lireach at Forbes ,.ioU Sabbath morning mid nlglit. Y 1 Vl..t..... V I. - ..i.. Kansas irpent lat week with Kin old Irlouds in libit county.- , !. Wn litaro fnt-firml tttlh'a rnll 'l.isf Wednesday fmnv'Fraiit L. AIHh nf St. t slotrph, who represent the Uradstrcct i i sWDluiuicill Jj;eiii;j ' Captain Kaueher went to At Loo Id last Monday to attend ilip meeting of ''the grand lm!je!nf' Odd Fellows. , 'Ho. Srill probably return' to-morrow or ear ly next week. Dou't fall to put two cent' stamp nu Tiih CouKTr l'AVKulf you mall It hi ....... 7.1. ...I 'I....I, ' til......'' It J ..... VIIWJ II ICI.ll D.lll UI I Hi 1 l- ttrrainilit. out tlm l no lnntrer Mif. lltijut'to pay 'tlto postage on it. 1 1 Those railroad employes of the K C. road, who eaiuo out dear o the charge tf robbing baggage, have now brought Hiilt against tlm parties wlin worn In strumental In their arrest, and propose to prove them guilty of perjury, ' "0. w...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 January 1881

GOOD GRAMMAIU Three little words 70a often tee Are articles a, an ami the. A noun's the name of anything, As school or garden, hoop or swing. Adjectlres tell what kind of noun, As great, small, wlilto or brown. .instead of nouns the pronouns stand -Her head, his face, your arm, my liaud. Verbs tell of something to be done To read, count, sin;, laugh, jump, run. How things aiedono the ftdvbs tell, As slowly, quickly, HI or well. Conjunctions Join the words together, As men and women, wind or weather. The prepositions stand beforo A noun, as of or through a door. The Interjections iow surprise, As ah 1 how pretty oh I how wise. The whole nre called nine parts of speech, Which reading, writing, speaking teach. TIIKUIIIMNKY'.S BONO. lllir.T 1IAI.TK. Over the chimney tho night wlad sang, And the chanted melody no one knew; And the woman stopped as her babe she tossed, And thought of the one she had long tlncc lost, And said, as her tear drops b.ick she forced, "I hate the wind In the chi...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 January 1881

A THOUBAHB YKARI VMOH HOW. I seek the mart, nd tee how men Bam (or the Inst of gold; And loula, like dotlsh iheep and swine, Are daily bought and told. My heart li tick wlth'ahamc, my head In weary doubt I bow, An lnlyaek, "Will It be thus A thousand years from now l' I walk the filthy streets Where herd tho wretched poor, And note what mc'agTo ghosts of men Pass by, the day's toll o'er. I read the tragedy that's writ On many alltld brow, And wonder, "Will there bo such scenct, A thousand ycarsfromnow" I stand where Fashion holds her court, And hauty beauties shine ; And scented fopllngs leer and lisp, And quail the sparkling wine. I sec troths plighted void of love, And hear the listless vow Will shams liko these encumber earth A thousand'ycars from now!" I wander over tho battle-field, And bear the moans of pain That rise from those that fall beneath The cruel Iron rain. 1 bind up gaping wounds, nod cool The fever-tortured brow, And cry, "0 Christ, will such things bo A thousand y...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 January 1881

mi: COU2STY PAVEU, ' llV IIAVKSPOItT A- 1KHSYSH. UI1KIIUN, Ml. Kutereil ul the t'li.tnMi-e ill Orou'im, Xlo in r.p(siiit-i-l.ts in.iUtT. 'forma of Subscription! TWO lHH.I.UtS A VKAH l.N ADVANCl!. AdvortltlnR Rntoa, '.vlileh ate very reH.iin.-.bli-, when the larae elr-i-llhltlniinf TllKUU'NTV I'.M'KIt Iseonsldeteil, will lie undo known on iiiplit-i'illuii In llie I'ub-IMi.rs. tinipm:iybpeut nHur rNk by l"mUMei' nnl.'r, lirall nr tstlcrr.l letter, rnrri'-immli'iifo anil news are nK-a.'s d'-.drr.'. lull 1i.,tr. lull. I lii lirli-l ntiil mind haVP- the Keniilnn nanm il t'.r aiillmr nut lor v",,-tl-t'ii Speaker lrn kill Tin: i.Kui-ii.A'rnt::. 'I'lu' MiMurl legHuturo com (mint on Wednesday (it lift week. The following nllieei-ull Demo crat, nf.eoiirji'. were elected: t-ouato-T. .1. O. . I;"rUui..f New Madrid, President iro Inn; N. ('. Ncs hll.iifst. t'liitr, .Sei'ij.-litiy ; Win. II. Muvo, of St. Louis Al'tmit Scon-lii-ry;shloy W. Kwlljg. nf Colo, Sor-"Vant-ui-Aniw: 1.1', ltulh-y.nf t'alh...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 January 1881

GIFTS! GIFTS! new sub-mlber to Tin: (,'opstv P subscription, 'rflT'PT(5f i 1,U l'rt,'K ''r 11 i i:aV' .. - . "J-1- .J-"1 i GabbiiRe, I'.arly. Voil; &: TS! GIFTS! GIFTS! I Cabbage, Premium Plat Dutch. ! Carrot, I.onz Orange. i Celery, Dwarf White. ' Cuctimbur, Imp. Long (.rceii. 1 Cress, l'liio Curled. . Kntllvc, Green Curled. I l.eck. llrond Fin;. Lettuce, Multa Drumhead. Mink Melon, Prollllo Nutmeg. GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! EVERY Water Melon, Mountain .Sweet. Mustard, White". Okm, Dwarf. Onion, Wenthcrsllold Krd. Purvey, Doublo Curled. Parsnip, Hollow Orowu. Pepper, Long Itvd. Kntldlsh, Scarlet .Short Top. Tomato. Ilathiiway'i) Kxcelslor. 1'urulp. Purplo Strap leaved. GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! ! -TO SUBSCRIBER - TO The County Paper! it gets seeds which are worth as much as . good as are worn by many Indies who hold high heads In (tin fashionable world. i Thu articles lor gentlemen's wc.ir nr also nobby an, I I'touty mid M.vllb. Xn 1 one. after evamlnlng this Jewelry, would bcilevu It po...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 January 1881

Ml! COUNTY PAPER, ltr DAVENPORT A DOllYNS. OREGON, t MO WEEKLY REVIEW tienernl New Mnmmnry. Tho Northwestern pineries report plenty of enow, varying from one foot to two felt. Governor Porter, of Indiana, was married to Miss Stone, sister of Gen. It. Btonc, in New York, Jan. 5th. It is feared that tho steamer Oscar Dickson, with an exploring party, has been lost In tho Siberian Polar seas. A distiatch from Durban says: It is reported that the British camp at Polchef stroom has been surrtndercd to the Doers. Tho Dixon Cmolblo Co., of Jersey City, suspended Jan. 4th, with assets and Ha btlttles nearly even, said to be about f 1,000, 000. Tho commission and shipping tlrm of Ray fc McUury, Chicago, who fallcd.ln a re cent heavy dccllno In grain, havo paid up In full, and returned business. Tho barquo Happy Homo, struck n ledge near Yarmouth, Nora Scotia, on tho Light of Jan. 3d, and capstwd. The captain's wife and daughter and ono man perished. Tho committco of llnanco of tho Mexi can C...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 January 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, Br KAVKITPOET At BOBTNH. OREGON, MO MY RIGHTS. Ten, God bit mndo tno n womnn, Anil I nm content to bo .Just whnt Ho mcnut, not reaching out For other things slnco Ho Who know the best nnil love mo most has offered this to me. "A womnn, tn llvo in)-llfo out In quiet, womanly wnj s lleurftiR tho fnr-oir Imttlo, Scclnjr iw through n hnao The crowding, struggling world of men fight through their busy dnys. I nm not strong or vnllnnt, I would not Join tho fight Or lostlo with crowds In tho highways To sully mygnrmcnts whltot But I hnro rights ns u womnn, nnd hero I clnlm my rights. "Tho right of it roso to bloom In Its own sweet, scpnrnto wny, With none to question the perfumed pink And nono to utter n nny If It reaches n root or points n thorn, nsovcu n roso-trco may. "Tho right of tho Indy-blrch to grow, To grow ns tho Lord shall please, By never n. sturdy oak rebuked, Denied nor sun nor breeze, For nil Its pliant slcndcrncss,kln totho strong er trees. "Thorlght to n ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 January 1881

i V J To Subscribers and Advertisers. Every logitlhi-tcly ctttuiuctod news inpur lmstVo tmtrcos of rovonno upon which It musY, depend for support, towit, from subscriptions and from ad vertising. Tho hist Is u natural sequence )t tho first i for If n paper has n lur;a llslof Mibscrlbcrs, advertisers will seek Its columns without being -olliillcd. It is largely for this seusoit that tho principal efforts of Tim Cocktv I'ai'kh hro directed o Increasing tho number sf lis subscribers. Our list Is I randy Jro f lunn ulnetv-nine out of ft Into. tfred county papers can show, lAll It Is ( win tar snort ot what we want It M w. ilunce our frnjiunt appeal ty (Mii'.u--i-erlhcrs to assist us in eccuiihg ni!v Vuimes. Yet lot Jt bo distinctly utidttr Unit Tub CotmTY Vavsm nks nothing tin tho scoro of elinrity. It does not be long to tho "savo tuck CiimIiij, or I sink" at) lo of journalism. It does not risk contributions as nil "urRttii," but stands simply on n business foundation of merit both as ...

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