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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 June 1883

BAItKIK(19. Between th) lift and mine, nursed and strong, rcslitlcis barriers rise Day after day the; show a sterner front) Uplifted to the skies, Shutting mo out f r m tbeo, Oftttmrs tbero comet a blinding mitt of ralu, But through the drkest,thlckcst clouds I trait The lun will shine again. Between thy life and mine, Sullsn and cold tho turbid waters roll; lleneath their angry naTs hopo's lurk wm wrecked J.oag creltreichcdlu goal; Yet In tho quiet dsep "Lore's anedior holdi" fast with III goldta .r chain, Minding twohcsrls that elio woutd drift away Upon a tea of pain I Uetwecn thy life and mine Stretches afar n wide and dreary plain; ArruM the waste wo gaze with longlog eye. Heart cries to heart In Tain. The echoes autwer back "In Tain I In vain I" And wc turn away, With one long shivering sln of agony, la loneliness to stray, Between thy life and mine The hand of faith has worensome bright thread t With one filtering radiance through these shadowed day A etea ifast luster sheds,...

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. — 8 June 1883

i'' 1:Ji' ' ar. ' t .' - , i m.t0 ssi mrs mwii.1 J " O ATliAIU. omo ptoplo ui never get on, Letthelr chance bo m ffood tva it may, hey stammer, and ahuflltf, una stick Where otuora will ilMii ncnt wJi hey aay ll'i for want of. cheek, That tho world lin't nreptrly mtdc, nt It'a pltictt ud not ehoek that they wnt, Y, tho truth of It I, they're afraid. man will act cjcion t trlrl, And tilnk her dtVlne. and all that, utha doesn't march up there and then, And toll hcrhl9 mind smart ana pat; eutns,andho haws, and hebloihcs, Ami iIit After dttY Is delayed, III atlut lomeeno wdi her right off, Yes, lit', lost hr by being afraid. here's many a man with good har.df., Thatcan work with true atrengtn anu true skill. ets shunted aside Just became He'll not push wheco another man will i e Bweats and he groans In tho mud, And lets himself sink In tho shade, utlio might haro been famous and rich, If be hadn't been sort ana airaui. 'hero aro inon who are tiprlnht and true, Who shut themselves In the...

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. — 8 June 1883

A CRUSHED CITY. Dirt Occurrence tt Council Bluff Caused by a Rainfall Hitherto Unprecedented. TOR LIFE. What Is then In thli vale of Ute flfUt so di llghttul as a wife. Wlicn friendship, love und peace combine Mttiy Pottom Parish In the Mldnlghl but the Nnmbcr is Unknown. looJ, On the evening of the nt, one of tho worst raln-stormi that ever visited Council Bluffs sot In, und for (our hours pouml down In torrent. Indian Creek, which runs through tho heart of the city, overflowed, nud the damage from tho same Is roughly estimated at $200,000. Seven iron bridges nnd two Mono culverts bclotilti to tho city were swept away, ns were also several dwelling) und bams alone tho creek All the IuiMoobs housm on Main nnd Broadway otrrots were Hooded. Soveral losses of life are reported. The water lu tho streots ono block from tho creek was waist deep, with u ewilt current. Cries for help could be heard lu every direction, but thu swiftness of the current rendered as sistance impossible. At 12 o...

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. — 15 June 1883

yvm ivitit (rARM aetNE in holt couhtv. ma.") I: 5 : 4 i ; i VOLUME XIX. Miss Fnnulo King'ls very 111. Call on Anderson & Iloyd (or Lap Dusters mid Fly Xcte. Tom Itlmto wus off on a busi ness (?) tup lust Tuestluy. Don't forget Hie sociable at tlio St. il. Pnrsonngo, Friday oyeiilng. Mrs. .Kauchcr spent ti few days In Corning luo past wcok with friends, Strawberries, leo cream und enko in abundance at the festival Filday uvc ning. Dolph Wave says Hint n cavo is not a good place lo seek refuge in during n storm. George. Meyers and Charley Coch ran, of Mound Cfty, spent Sunday In Oregon. Ladles, read what, Mrs. Mary Stor rctt has to say iu '.ids issue of 'I'm: C'Ol'NTV I'Al'Kll. vVndorson & Hoyd have the finest lot of Lap Dusters and Fly Nets to he found in lira clly. Services at Union seltonl hotiso next Sunday, morning and evening by j tlio pastor, o. c. mil. The colored folks of Oregon will piyo a festlyal at their church, this FrI- day eyening, June loth. Dr. Ilryant, of Sa...

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. — 15 June 1883

V 4 It THE COUNTY PAPER, DIIIITXH .V Co., -iihtlhrr. OKKGOX MO IIAVn COUKAOE TO SAY NO. Vuw'rf ntnrilnif liMlny en llnV Jciirm-y .Mnic(ii!lliph1i;livMiy of lift", i on'll ml with n IIioikkikI t-Miplln, ricti cltyltlilt is rife. this irli! tanstiii'piirixrllcir'iMil Tlii rv'iMlAHKir u licrcicr ) ml Mill IfJ oil nrotnnplnl In urnklit-M, Have courser, my lioy. to say nu. Tlie Irrn'ssitn t song nmy iillura yon, Bcunreuf licr cuinilns nmt nrt Wlicnrvcr yon In r npiirunrlilwr, lie guarded, tihil luvstu lu ilcpurl, l'he hllllard saloons nrp Im lllinr, I l-ckt-dont In Uirlr llnscl nnj sliort You limy be lnvltiil to cnter lla i cuiirftKf, my Uiy, lo My no, Tlip lirlulit ruby vlnp may hponVr".!! ."St multrr Imw li'mpllntt It lie, l'rotn kiLoii Hint Minus llki- mi ihMpi. My Uiy.linvi- the cuuruxe to llw. Tuc Rnmblln? licll' fire open bcfiTe yon, Tliflr light. Imw tiny diincf Id ntul ltu If oti should bo WtnpUil to ruler. Tlilnk In Ire, til thrice, ere you bo. Ill cournse alone IIi your safi'ly...

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. — 15 June 1883

.HP?' , ---irr'rrrri-i"n'in'rii-ii i tfir irnriiiiTi Ymiif nr Tnri-nrrnTniT;nn irwmTtnn m mif twrturtf w imm ljt iimwi.' I THE COUNTY PAPER. DOHYIHfl A Co., rnbltohti-, OREGON - IinOWN IT AN IIS. Full many a page lias been written, And the sided bave sung, In the pratso Of ill; -white bands and fingers, In a scare of poetical ways; Tlila Is all very well for a lady Who lifts among diamonds and silk, Hat sometimes In a life a farmer's wife Is obliged to do housework and milk ; And, woman's best mission throughout our dear land, Is fulfilled In the strength of the llttlo brown hand. When the roses are bluihlng the sweetest, And tho vinos climb up to the caves, When the robins are rocking their blrdlcs To sleep among the maple-leaves, The sunshine tmtlcsdown across the threshold vfhen tho labor of love seems but rest, f Whether rocking tho household blrdlcs Or keeping tho dear homc-ncsti h I I pity you all who can't understand The wealth and tho worth of a llltte brown hand. 1t I were ...

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. — 15 June 1883

CORSAUT & IStEE OPE3R A HOTJSE3 Dsires to Call tteaa'ioxx to Tlxoir IlkixlieAse Stools Of feina-hams, Cashmeres, Lawns, Buntings, Grenadines, Parasols, Trunks, Valises, Ladies' Slioes, Children's Shoes, Men's Shoes, Miss( Slices, Jj'ans, Lace Uurtams, JNecK-wear, uneviots, uress u-oocis, Jriats, Jiiic. dusi received a crate 01 meaKens Ajuswe dimu Qiieensware and Glassware. All gtoods sold at the Lowest Living Price Call and see us. CORSAUT & MEYER, MOUND CITY, MISSOURI- Tin: COUNTY PAPER 11V I). 1 DOIIY.NS it CO., (HIIKIO.V, MO. Torm of Subscription TWO HOLLARS A Yi:.Vlt IX AOVANt'i:. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1883 Xr.WSl'AlMJlf LAW. t 1, HitlnrrlVers ulio do lot ulvi ciri'i no. Jteo tn the contrary, art mltlcreil m wishing torontllino tlli'lr nlH'ilil1iin. If siilncrlliors wish tlielr papers imeoiitln ticil, pnlilMiers may continue tu M'lnl tlii'in tin 'II Mil .ll'll-tl.4 '111! H'llll- 3.1. U MlWlUiers IH'KliM't or rrfiKC to tnlsi t!nir papers ftmu the ntllce or placeto which Ihey a...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 15 June 1883

CAIIPKTX, i -! CAWKTS, ' 0 Altl'KTrt, 0 ARl'KT S, CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS -AT- Ira Peter's, Oregon, Mo. Go nml seo his inimcuso stock which ho has just ro elved. If you wnntlo buyn carpet ho has just the ono you wnut. 11 SID WILLIAM WIL (tat your Carriage, nupgy, or Wugon, including bed, sniped, ornamented and finished up In lirst-ohiss stylo ut tho now Central Wogon, Hupulr nml Paint Shop, Oregon, Mo. All woik wurrunt cd. Carriage, Wagon, sign, Orniunt'iit.il, Fence niirt Scenic Pnhitin;;, draining, Gilding, Wall and Ceiling DecoratlonH a I nni agent for nil kinds of Iron Fence, Wrought. Iron, Diamond nml Hull proof Iron Konoo--iiuy kind you want. For :i 6 barbed wire, l feet high, 8 S S Rteol h:irhod wire, painted, Iron posts nml medium long stays, per rod( vie; 4 wne.s, t toot high, (hlu. Also a large stock of Paints nml Oils, by the half-pint, gallon or lianel. Call and gel prices and estimates on all kinds of work usually tlom by tiny firsl-clas )alntor. Don't forget...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 15 June 1883

4 THK FLANKOIt. HI OLIVDIl WBSIiKM. 1101.11 1'. . I love Ml tights of earth and skies, From flowers that clow to stars that shine; The comet and the penny enow, All turlons things, aboTO, below, Holdeich In turn my wanicrlng ejes; I claim the Christian Pagan's Hup, Jfumnil nihlli eren so, And Is not human life dtrlnel When soft the western btcezea blow, And strolling youths meet sauntering maids, I lore to watch the stirring trades Beneath the Vallombrosa shales Our much-enduring elms bestow . The vender and his thetorlc's flow Tint lambent stream of liquid lies; Ttio bait he dangles from his line, The gudgeon and his gold-washed prize. I halt before the blazoned sign That bMs mc linger to admire The drama time can never tire, The little hero of the hunch, With Iron arm and soul of lire And will that work his fierce desire, Untamed, unscarcd, unconquerrd Punch ! My car a pleasing torture finds In tones the withered sibyl grinds, The dnmttaru mtrctU broken strain. Whom Icreffhllc, pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 15 June 1883

TUB ID EAT, WIFE. J. WILLIAMS, Somewhere la the world matt bo , 8he that I hive prayed to ie, She that Loto Mlnni to me. Somewhere. Lotp, her lord and king, Orerhcrla centering Frigranco from hta purple wlnj. Br the brink of maimer streams h are dreamed delicious dreamt; What I will, tnj awcet one teerua. In the ahcen of Autumn skies I haTo pictured tunny ejes Till the thought too quickly dies. When tho winter Are burns low, LoTely faces come and co At the dying ashes glow. Tit her Tolcc 1 hear to oft In the inrisic low and toft That the western breezes waft. Tell her, Lore, that yeirt fly f alt, ' Bid her come to me at lstt, ' Ere her golden days arc pait. Shall we ever, CTcr meet! Shall I find lathee, my tweet, Visions trae and life cotnpleta i Whisper low to Lore apart, Whisper, darling, where thou art, Perfect wife and noMo heart. HOW HE PROPOSED. From the Hour. Major Gllnton was ono of tho moat courngoous follows in tboworld.nccord ing to thomonwho know lilmjbutwbon tho ladles ...

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. — 15 June 1883

mi m ii ii ii Ihnlml. iiirtniMi -l if n 1 1 I Trtr-r v. ' 'I'M. V V vs-jm "."IT-'-.tMW ' If ! ' j-j-sai- TERRIBLE TORRENTS. Holt County 1$ Visited by a Terrible Rain J ' ' and Wind Storm. -. NUMEROUS BRIDGES CARRIED AWAY Stock, Finccs and Crops Destroyed Wiud and Water. by The storm of Monday night lust for (ptiiiitliy of water full wits never equal led in this county, 'nml lor .sublimity was rarely surpassed anywhere, l.arly after sunset tho wholo siky uppu.ircd In lino continuous shoot of llttinu I ho. submission of constitutional amend litenU In rotation to tlio' llii'uoV tnilile, li4n-V(M I ltd Sontt llqnbV law of- 'last winter, asks illiS'iopunl ol thu Ifc'w llluit iug the tlmo In wlileli application for pensions tinder the arrears of pension net shall bo Hindu, tt.ska thu abolition of the prison contract system, mid In- doices thu luliniiilstnitlon of l'ros'ifont Arthur its wlto tnul conservative and worthy the hourly approval of Ohio Republicans. THE HORTICULTURISTS. Thu Uolt...

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. — 22 June 1883

yfiaKc,lUl 8 VOLUME XIX. Cherries arc abundant. Casper Michael is very promt of that girl baby. Farm bands ni reported very scarco in Atchison county. C. I). Zook, of Fairfax, spent Sim Uiy in Oregon with bis pa. A special term of the Atchison county court is in session this week. A Sunday school has been organ ized at tho Minton school, near lllgo Uw. Early Richmond cherries have been selling at forty cunts per gallon during the past week. Tho strawberry soejablo at tho M . E. parsonage last Friday cvoniug was a decided success. Rabbi Schwab's famflyj ot'St .Jo soph, aro resting at tho Mound City Mineral Springs. J Hazard Thomas, ono of tke spriglit ,y young men of our county, gave us n call last Saturday. Prof. Warren A. Huntsman, of Now Point, took in the Sacngcrfest at S ;. Joseph, last week. Tlioro is to bo two weddings in high Wo before many days go by in the Hello Air district, Blgolow township. Tho next meeting of the Antl-IIorso Thief Association will bo hold at Chilli coth...

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. — 22 June 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER, SOUTH A Co., rnbll.hu-. OUEGON MO CURRENT TOPICS. Tho nsjossod Vnlue of ttao taxable rnllrond property o Iowa is ?28,8!), A 7. luable potroloum vein If said to liavo boon struck at Cabot, Mo., on tho Kastorn division of the Momphls rail way. Tho Diamond Matoh Company ab sorbed two small match manufactories during April, and now own and control all tho leading match factories In this country. ' Tho Supremo Court of Kentucky has docldod that a wlfo may roeovormonoy lost by 1 or husband at gambling. That is moro than tho husband can do for hlmsolf. Dr. Graham, of Kentucky, father-in-law of Congressman Blackburn, will bo 100 years old in Octobor, whon it is proposod to tondor him a grand dinner at Louisville A San Francisco firm paid tho other day $98,400 as duty on ono involco of opium. Tho largo involco was duo to tho fact that in July tho duty will bo increased from $0 to $10 o paund. Tho pooplo residing on tho shoro3 of Like Champlain hovo gono crazy ovor tho disco...

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. — 22 June 1883

10 a.. : . J" THE COUNTY PAPER. SOHT1NS A Co., rnhlUhrm. OREGON - MO MOW. Wee, for the dsy Is passing, And you lis dreamlnr on; The others liHTO buckled their armor, And forth to tho fight hare gone; A place la tho ranks awaits you, Each man haaaomo part to play; The paat and tho future aro nothing, . In the place of tho stern to-diy. Illsofrom your dreams of the future Of gaining tonic hard fought field; Of storming some airy fortrc.f, Or bidding some giant yield; Your fatu're has deeds of glory, 'Of honor (God grant It may be 1) Hut your arms jwill never bo stronger Or tho need so great as to-day. UIsc ! If the past detain you, Her sunshine and storms forget; ito chains so unworthy to hold you As those of a Tain regret; Sad or bright, sho Is llfclc.s ever ; Cast her phantom arms away, Nor look back, avro to learn tUe lesson, Of n nobler strife to-day. Htscl for tho day Is passing; The lound that you can scarcely h:ar Is tho enemy marching to battle; Arise 1 for the foe Is near! St...

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. — 22 June 1883

& 3VCETTE OPERA HOUSE, Xslxel to Call Atten'ion to Tlxeix Ixxucxxens Stools, of Gingham, Cashmeres, Latoms, Buntings, Grenadines, Parasols, Trunks, Valises, Ladies' Shoes, Children's Shoes, Men's Shoes, Misses' Shoes, Fans, Lace Curtains, Neck-wear, Cheviots, Dress Goods, Hats, Etc. Just received a crate of Meaken's Lustre Brand Queensware and Glassware. All goods sold at the Lowest Living Price. Call and see us. CORSAUT & MEYER, MOUND CITY, MISSOURI. tiii: COUNTY PAPER IV B. 1. IKWYN8 A CO., ORRIHIN, MO. Tarau mi afcserlptiaa TWOHOliliAKHA YKAIt IA1VAX,'K. FRIDAY, JUNK 22, 1883 NKWSl'Al'KIl LAW. 1 Ui.1..ILnr u-llfl lilt Lilt tflvi (tores lilt- tier, to Hie contrary, are considered a, wMiIhk to ronllnun their siinvTlpllon, S. If subscribers wlh lliclrpapiTsillsenhtlu usj, uiitdltiTfi may entlnue tn scud tinman 111 all ehantrs an- paid. , . .... . If subscribers neglect or refuse In tiikt thetr MIX) Iroin lueniccnrpt.icc In which lkT arc fnt. they an' held responsible until t...

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. — 22 June 1883

II' " ' ' hi -jn.i. .I, t i r asi. S.WSfcriSdia3M;,,31W r r -.i-stn; r -twt;v;vtaatrtMi-.&iaiaaajoaliiii'ii iltfrafll t'ARIT; OAUI'KTH, CAItl'KTS, CAKPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS Ir rcler'i, Oregon, Mo. !o anil see hlii luiiunHsa slock which ho has jtlvt ru- rived. If you wnnt to buya carpet be as juh in one you warn. A S10 WILLIAM WIL V.tl your Carrlaso, llugpy, or Wnaon. Inclatlltift bed, trlpei), ortmHiriitrd und flriUliuil up in tlrit-ulass ntylo at I ho new Central Wnaon, ltomlr ami I'uliit Shop, Oregon, Mo. All woik warrant ed. C'nrrlupe, Wuroii. SIfn,OriinmciitFreMco und Scenic lViiiitlnir . Urt.lht.iff, GIltllitK, Wall and C'elllnfi Decoration a I am agent foi all kinds of Iron Fence, Wro':ht Iron, Diamond und Mull proof Iron Fenco-any kind you want. For a A barliutl wire, 4 foot high, 8 8 S Ktcol barbed wire, painted, Irou uotaand milium long taya, per rod, 5 lor4 wires, 4 leet high, 63c. Also a largo stock of Paints and Oil, by tbo hlf-$nt, gallon or barrel . Call n...

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. — 22 June 1883

HOLILOIJUV. OP AN OI.O MIHItOIt. Upon this old and rutty nll I've hung for miny j-or; Ah, me I but I couU tH a Uio Of plcwurc yw, and fears. How many a beaming countenance That In the days' gono by Gave me tho iju'ck, admiring glance Now la tho churchyard lie! Wrinkles hare grown on faces fair, Urlght eyes their lustre lost, And on the fair heads of glossy hair Has fallen wto's frost; The manly form, erect and proud, Has lost Its stately grace, And t,Tay with yews nnd sorrvrpowcd Now shuns my truthful face. The lad who shaved his downy lip By my reflected nld And made so many a cruel s'lp 'Villi keen-edged rnr blade, Now hath a aon, who, now and then, With comical grimace, Apes well tho ways of older men And scrapes his beardless face. A maiden lady, oM and spare, Who mourns her lonely state, Comes hero and combs her scanty hair In stylo long out of date; Then, with affected unconcern, She daubs her checks with red, In hopes that th may somo day turn Some einglo codger's head. Two l...

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. — 22 June 1883

THE COUltAOE OF X.1FK. Courage to look on me earning year, Their (lender hope, their certain tcan, With a spirit still undaunted. Coutajc t slrlvo for cv'ry Rain Kor Genius, even, muit work amain, And struggle for what la wanted. Coarf;o to aee illations fade, Thine ldola fall that thou hut made, To be by their raem'rtea haunted. Coursge to ace thyself prow old, Thy placo usurped by the young and bold, Their tiger before tho bnunttd. Courifo to face those datk, dark hours When all things seem beyond the powers Of tho faith that thou hast Taunted. The LI' tin Ilream.r. Wtat Is It tho baby Is dreaming about, With such a far-away look In tho pretty htue eyes and dimpled hands Closo folded over his book I lie laughs at the pictures, pretending to read, Until of a sudden he ice nil Unmindful of all aabe wandera away And Is lost In a m.17.3 of dreams I If ever I aik him, "What Is It you see In beautiful dream land that brings Buch a llcht to vourevest" he ssys with n smile, "Oh I'm only f...

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. — 22 June 1883

RUINOUS RAINS. 'Destruction Wrought by the Stof m of Sat urday. 'Bridges, Crops and Fences Swept Away by the Angry Flood. .TRAtNH AUAHCONKD DAVO. it Arkoc, on the Hopkins branch, nro absent. The rlvor nniiK nt tlm St. Joseph liriili- slUeon feet unit eleven Inches ; uhovu hi-rli water murk, und slid U'. I Tliu rlvi'r ut llnrnan!. i verv liHi, j within two luoln-s tif the liljjh wntor marl; of ISM. Tin- Imttotc h entirely I nniler Wiiirr. ! At N'eliniikii City ti heavy ruin felt Miniiity, thin mini was drowned ut Dtiuluir. Tins entire valley of the Ut'lc X'lnaliu Ik nnilor water. B4 Tho Rainfall ths Largest Slnno 18BV. TIIK- Thc Missouri Valley has hceii the scene of many severe rain slot-ins during tliu months of May and J uuu, tin1 great est of all, fulling during Satnnlay nlht Inst, . when four unit a lni'f Incite of water was measured at tliu Signal .Sta tion in this place. Tliu rnln begun wnh n light sprlnlilo at 'J v. m. At 10 v. m tliu rain foil in torrents, and so cmt in tied...

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. — 29 June 1883

' ' ' ' 'r ' ' ' ' ..... '"'" VOLUME XIX. The farmers havo commenced linr . vesting. 3frank Sohntz, o Maltland, is in the city. - "Billy" Armstrong, of llio firm of Minton A Ilurgcss, wns in town Titos day. Prosoouting attorney, 8. F. O'Fnl Ion Made a flying trip to Maltland, lust Monday. Joo .Elorco, ono of tho live roor - -chants of Forbes, made ui a pleasant Hall last Tuosday. -Mlss Currlo Hill, who Is teaching music in Minnesota Vnlloy, spent Sun day with tier parents. W. II. Frnmo was awarded the modal as being tho best shovolcr on the dump, last Wednesday. Robert Lyons, our popular and vfllciont recorder, left hist Monday on a , visit to relatlvos in tho cast. Adrian' Pinkston Is having a lino ct of single-buggy harness put up in tile shop of Anderson & Doyd. Mr. Albert Rieokcr has been con fined to ids house for several days with a, sovoro attack of rheumatism. Refreshments, such as Ice cream, lemonade, soda water and cigars can bo had at Schulto Drothcrs store on July 4t...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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