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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 1 April 1881

1 . sH-j '' '!" 4l V1" IN our COUNTY. SSO. A (MAMSCUK VOLUME XVI. Jones, Townsend &Co., Respectfully asks t!io nttontion of THE PEOPLE OF HOLT COUNTY, TO THEIR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Spring Clothing flor Men, Doy V Youth's nod Children, Complete in all Unci Abort ed with great care mid bought under the most favorablo circumstan ce for cuah. Our Motto is Fair aud Square Dealing. All goods are marked and sold at Iho LOWEST LEGITIMATE PRICES. we propose giving entire satisfaction to all, ortlio money cheerfully refunded. Wo solicit your patronage. Hemember the place. JONES, TOWNSEND & CO,, 4th & Felix Street, ST. J08EPH MO- SUCCESSORS TO IV SMITH & tWlsh to Inform the public that they are BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Boots and Shoos, Please Give us a Call SMITH & THE FAMOUS Studebaker CARRIAGES, BUCCIES and SLEIGHS. Wedeslro to call the attention of our patrons to tko woll known house of STUDEBAKER & WELCH, 1205 & 207 Fourth Street, St Joseph, Me., Who ...

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. — 1 April 1881

VKUNAj.lfAItH. nf MtfL 11..IUTNH. lltr-(i-MflaffJt April. f- When hecrenwaaitorraf, earth was cold, Anil tunllglit Miuedcd the woip "and wave, Thought ImrrowcJ In ilia church-yard tnonlJ, And fed on ilieamsth'rtt'luunt the grave. llut now tht heaven iff freed from strife, And earth' full hart;?lt!i.japture swells, Thought soara throafth flil8of endlc&a life Above the shining asphodels. What fljwcr that drinks tho south wind's breath, ' ' $ What sparkling leaf, what lUbe morn, Utlt flouts the sullen Rray-freard Death, And laughs our arctic doubts to acorn) l'ulc scientist, fcanVof hMlthfulhlood, Your ghastly t6me6nfc njbment close t Kind wisdom In iho opening rose. Mark the white lltv. whose sweet core Hath many a wlld-bco awarm enticed, ftd lfer tUerJeiortTa. hcjnefed lore Pure as the tender creed of Christ I " Tea", even the weed, which upward holds i'l - ill tiny uar vast bdtrer and lawn, 1, , A lOTlter fnjth than yours unfolds, Caught from the far faint fflndt ot dawn. i'AKH,...

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. — 1 April 1881

DOW CAN A WOHAM TKLLT M, It. A. KIDDER. lie told me hit love ihli moniliif,'" With his dear hnil u plDR.mlne, " ' And he said, "God speed the dayfalntfi When, iweet, I may call thee nilnii'.". Bat my fond heart questioned .Bp'ltljfJ Though loving him true' and well,, , Will his joyo outllvo all changes 1 , Ah I how can a woman, tell 1 , , When the year shalt hrlng thelf tf Ma, " And the cares and the pttng outweigh ' The oji, In the little hifotohbld,' ' As clouds might obscure tho'flay , Will the1 hand that has held pine1 fondly, When maMcnly Ill's hefc'll," As earnestly shield from sorrow Ah I how .can woman telll ' When tho silvery threads are creeping, Through cy -tresses one by one When'l'lode iny youth and beauty, 1 As many a wlte has done; Will ldrheart be jalne'M truly " Aswhealn'tliefldwrfdeli ' He Rate me his. trusted prorhlwl'- .. . U Aht how can a woman icjll I glance at my iwccthcar't.waltlnp, ills eyes they aro clca?aneVtruo; "I will love him," my heart saya, gladly, I...

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. — 1 April 1881

TUB pOUNTY JPAPER, nV DAVENrOIlT & I.OBVN8. OKKUON. MO. Eotarrtl at the PostoffiM at Oregon, Mo., as ocouit-claM iMutter. Term of Sabaerlptloni TWO DOLLAIW A VEAll IN ADVANCE. AdrerUslns: Rate, which arc tcry .reasonable, when th large cir culation of Til Countv 1'Arr.u Is cqnsldcred wilt be mado kppwn on appl lent tun ,ta,the rub linkers. Money niay.be Kent at our tide .by rostsfllce order, draft or rejcMered letter. Corro.pnndrnc and news are nUsys desired, but letter muit bn bilcl and must Imve tho genulno name of the author, not (or .publication but as a guaranty ot god faith. Communications In the Interest ( candidates will be charged for at the rat ot three cents ft word, cash In advance Obituary postry will be eharRsd for at the lit ot ten cents per line and the Cash must aocompany the manuscript. Rejected manuscript will not be returned. Letters for publication should reach us by Tuesday non to Insure Inscrltou In that week's paper. All letters should bo addressed to TUB...

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. — 1 April 1881

Montgomery & Hoeckcr, BA MKpKS AND MKOKUtfS. orrqon, Missytrni, Iu Money, tluy Notes, IVw i)rJhi on at Mclpal cities, end .Calleetlens promptly di PayTnvesfur nou -residents: Uiui heEoilated fiuMal estate, and Investments tniidn an favora ble terra, kitereat nllnwed an Time Deposit. TUB Frazer & McDonald T3AJST2:, JTORK8T CITT, MISSOURI 3nrU1BACT8 ft general banklnir huslnes; L eicaangs on the .chief dues of flie nltd States arid Ifiiropc. Allews Intorost o deposits when left asaeclDed Urn, ollcclien eeelve careful attention. . . B.B. KltAZKR, D. McUONAI.n. ,rruKMDiirr. (Uswr.n. J. T. THATCHER, M. D. HOMQSOPATMIST AND SUttGKON, oninoN, mjjsouki, HFIOB.-tAt residence, tiro doar north J. A, K .oven's Mtoro ; formerly. rtnlden of MT1 It A.,UOSt.IK, M. . It. A. riK(irtNBAUM,A.M.,M.l Qosliu & Viegenlmum, r.HYSJCANS AND BUlUiEOXS, orhook, mo. OFFIOU-Oao dor seulh ef Bank, Mp. stairs u.,c. f xri-JMt. c c. aikkx, PEPPER & AIKEN, Attorney lit Law, MOUND CITY, MO. O VP1ICK..Ov...

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. — 1 April 1881

THE COUNTY PATER DATKXrOIT Jb BOBTNU. OREGON, MO A MOTIVE. it. DAT Cbrlilttn Union. Some trifling act of. small self-sacrifice' Large loter littleness the child hid done, Tten sought reward In smile of mother's eyes. These eyes grew dim, ind this praise iho wool "Vouhavc pleated God, my child I" A shadow falls across the eager brow; While lids down drop o'er tyes of angel blue; Trembles the mouth, the glad voice trembles now ''I did not do It to plcaso Ood, but you I -I cannot see Lis face 1" Ah I lives thero one who, with cold chiding, could Rebuke inch weakness of the tender heart, "Whence comes a knowledge of God's father hood Which does not first In mother's loTlng start? Through earth's pure love to God's! Tho Modern Fato of Genius. When littlo Miss Durnoy wrote hor tedious romance, all tho world was agog: learned men sat up all night (o read It; when Danto died, ovory dt-y in' Italy endowed a chair of exposition of bis wonderful poem; but If Miss Uurnoy, or oven Danto lived no...

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. — 1 April 1881

Br BATMniT AIOITIII. -"The ky is clouded, the rocks are bare! The spray bf tUleapVat ts.wUte ta Alrt , The panther clings, tplhe.archln limb, .And the lion's Whelps are abroad at play, ' And I shall not Join In tho chase to-iay.J.'- BnJQfflffrseVi -An8-t&WnfWoiyborffe Worn tfct)uac And the'ftoHthatrwa's bnlWcd upon a'wefe Was pSlWfoayp.fc Uwyarth(tBak shock: Mrs. Jones ad-qulto ahablt of ci)U vatlng sudon" trjonbYps, which havo OTory npponrenco of blooming eternal ly, but which soon wither la tho'world's cold blasts. I used to thinkMschartio teristio was confined ,lo QohoaL girls, who swear immortal? lidftgrilnglettie'ra. .crossed tnd reorossod, but forgot each other $Jl)on M $ ughfcii, lover. Mv.wifo'aJfiat.acnulsUlon 'In Uio wav ' aMnyrlV'rtimor xvioworay, witivwaom ano Dccnmo no qualntod last summor, whllo vm woroj boarding out of town. MrvMpfpmox, m tit. 1 ovory ladyMn thohouso waaoagor become her confidont; but the kamlabIo loportnagno Mrsj. Jones, , combined, I doubt notr'...

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. — 1 April 1881

Will Payne and Lou liakcr wcro arrested Wednesday for robbing the itor of Bchtiltc Dros.i last Winter. Dig snow Wednesday in Ohio, In disna, and the tost generally. Mr. Chas. Peter lias returned horns from Columbia University, Oar thanks aro especially duo to our Forest City correspondent this week. Road "Days doing ia Fores, City" as tha prayer book says "rend, Mark) learn and inwardly digest." Brazilian Artichokes produce (at, prevent cholera and keen hogs hoalthy. John Cameron, Coming, Mo., sells tho needs at 60 con ts to SI 00 per bushel. Wc really hopo our farmers will try tho Artichokes. Anything but this ever ' las ting feeding of corn, only. Our natrons will plc&so bear in mind that Just now is the hardest pre suro on our columns by advertisements Court is coming on and spring trade opening. Wo wilt endeavor to make It up by the raluo of tha less reading mat tor loft, Go and see Harry Faraghcr nt his now place Ho has opened out whore Ira Stocking used to hold forth, with...

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. — 8 April 1881

VOLUME XVI. OKEGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1881. XUMBEK 44. ft V3 tip AndyCarrls tho happy father of tVvlns-boy and girl. -fodaway county draws 71 1-2 conU per head for her 9,973 school children school money. Tlio crowds of pcoplo In town every afternoon of thu past week nnd the numbers of teams parsing to ulid fro show that things huro thawed ont. Parties in Ilrown nnd Doniphan counties Kansas, report winter wheat nil right not one-sixteenth killed yet. Twenty-five dollars ware raised by tho Christians of Nodaway county to help build a splendid church for that ,!ononilnut!on not at houiu not in the Stato even but at Washington, I). G' Enough said. Twonty.four andthrcc-fourths Inch es of snow fall hero licit February, nnd enough of rain to make all equal to 6 1-4 inches of water on n level; over 13 inehos of snow and tiver an inch of rain in March, making nbout '2 14 lueti cs of water. Why should not boys be o ducated to bo as pure nnd modest in their man ners as girls. There is...

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. — 8 April 1881

l: LOOKING HACK. OIUCB S. WKt.LS, The tails are set, tie breezes blow, The thrill of motion floods the soul ; Hat O, how distant seems the goal, AndO, how dear the land we know. For, looking bickward, fair as dreams The country of our childhood seems. The mountain-paths alluring rise To sunlit heights as fair as grand, Fct midway up the slope wo stand, And downward gasc with shadowed eyes; For now wo tee. who oneo were blind, The peace and beauty left behind. Oh, friend, who once did walk with tno In days that seem too long ago, What we possess, wo may not know, And what Is neire at fall to see. Thus, only now thy heart's rare gold My backward-looking eyes behold. And thou, perhaps, whoso clearer eyes Behold tho glory face to face, Will give thy past a dearer place As hidden meanings on thco rise, Until what once seemed valueless May cTen there win power to bless. FARM, UABDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. The Chumplon IlcoKcepcr. Tho champion bcc-kccper lives very appropriately in Beoton, Cal.,an...

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. — 8 April 1881

METER AGAIN. Btlectid. MB KUB SUT Bit eft are nim ror an our pains , But whn youth, the dream, departs, It takes something from oar hearts, And it never comes again. Boraethlng beautiful It vanished, L And wotah for It In rait), We behold lteterwhere, " On tho earth and In the air, i 8ot It never comes again. We are wiser -and are.tetter, V Underminhood's sterner reign; .BtOl'wo feci tha something sweet followed youth with firing feet, And wlll'nevcr come agatm J'DAVE." An Incident or Itallrond life. J1Y COUA. l'ALMEK. Engine No. 23 left the . round house, I moved slowly out of tho yard, ana down tho track to tho dopot p:al(orm, whoro sho was to tako tho southern ex press ovor tho western division, tho trip bolng a twonty.four hours' run It had sultod tho handsomo man who stood at tho throttlo to mako tho magnl flcont onglno of which ho was so proud and whloh was noted for Its speed, al morrngd'ltrrred 'ctchTf nimnt croon down to duty tnis At... i tMHfn hi a rnirf onrt hft lUd luitt...

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. — 8 April 1881

SHIM t'l m llT- ., 71 Z , . J HVOim K I i i . GIVE THE BOY A CHANCE. it" i. W. E. MINTON WILL E MINTON, WILLE MINTON, WILL E MINTON, WILL E MINTON, WILL E MINTON. WILL E MINTON, WILL E MINTON, WILL E MINTON, WILL. E. THE COUNTY PAPER, UV DAVENPORT DOUYK8. OltKGON, MO. Xntered atthe Posloflle at Oregon, Mo as connd-class natter. Terms of Sfceorlptlot TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE. AtrWtiaimc 1UU, which ate very reasonable, when the large clr culatlon of Thk County 1'ai-ku Is considered will ke made known on application to the Pub Uihir. Moaey may be sent at eiir risk by rostefnee order, draft or regtitered letter. Correspondence and news are always desired, at letter must be brief and rauot have the genatne name of the author, not for publication bat a a guaranty of good faith. Communication!! In the Intercut ef candidate will be charged tor at the rate of three cent marwonl.euhln advance. Obituary poetry will be charged for at the rate of ten cent per line and the Cash mutt accompan...

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. — 8 April 1881

PrtMbltlM In ft Ktw Phait. MR. hlllTOR! Permit tun to cull ynr attention (o neofthe greatest ev ill 6f our tint. OrMt m U the vll,lt li it growing one. 8Utlsttc ikow thnt weak ejei. nor Ightednew, and blindness Incom ing commor and tncwnslng fr hed of that inertaae that coma from the growth of population. Tho cause u In the amaU type uhI In printing. Not only do the bad effecU increase but the vanie increase'. Kvery newspaper in the land uses a large quantity of uch mall type that the p jes of thoso road ing ate sure tu suffer. Moroover the number of boo and pamphlets In mtt ivnn Increasa. This evil is of so insidious a nature that the Innocent and unwary are injured before they know it. Seon our people will be all short night 4 or blind. Children will Inherit with a thirst for reading, weak eyes. Now as this is the ncooflaw, mid law seems to be the only remedy for aoola ct is.lct us havo a law proMiniiug the use of small typo, and tho Introdtic- liiHlun or Milu of anv mattr in lino...

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. — 8 April 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, OREGON, MO Bl.UMIIKIt BOKO. The grassy bank by the garden gate Ita Dower to-night may keep; Hetty can twine no wreaths so late, For Hetty Is going to sleep. Arounil the window near her chair All drowsily hang the roses, The baz halt vails tho evening air And o'er tho moorland closes. In dying winds the branches sway, The shccpbells soften far away, And Hetty Is going to sleep. The waxen doll from her shoulder falls And she neither i tarts nor cares ; 8hc will not count when the cuckoo calls From Us niche on tho nursery stairs; Bhc could not tell what cheer had been Through the changing summer light; The joyous hours with tears between Bho has forgotten quite. For weary Is she for task or play, She only feels thnt sleep Is best, And she fears not In the dark to rest, Since heavenly love will stay. Her cheek with sweet good-night thrlco kissed, Now on its pillow repoics; The rising moon Is dim with mist And drowsily hang the roses; Afar around Is silence deep Till so...

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 April 1881

TI1 COlftiTY PAPER By BATE SPORT DOBTHIi OREGON, t MO TUK DEB AT TUB ALTAR. Catholic World A dotty bee, with IU gossamer wings Fluttering soft In the summer lr, Came, through the ch6el window low, To the shrine where the priest In his robes of 1 snow, Vt'u breathing the consecration prayer. Bumming Its dulcet hymn of praise, Balancing bright on Its gauzy wings, The bee hung over ibo altar stone .Oyer the mlulaturo marble throne Which bore the weight of the King of kings. Close to the sacrlScIal hand Of the fair yoftug priest tho creature drow, As though In the' Host and the sacred Wlno It scented theswcethess of buds divine, Heavenly honey, celestial dewt Then on mine ear a whisper fell, Breathed by the spirit: "Oh, sweet, sweet Flower I Well may tho bee fly close to thee, Lured by the scent of thy purity, Drawn by thy beauty's wondrous power. "Flower of flowers I Thlno odors rare IUtIsd tho soul with a rapturo new. Lot ere tho lights of the alter wane, "Ero the Host and the Chalice...

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 April 1881

A Mr. I.owo, of Knglitnd, has proved from observnilons mmlo since A. D.UH, und to which lio hns httil ncccss,tlint the Woathor runs in cycles of about eleven yea i s each. Tho Mlssatirl river hns nil her a seri ous nspect nt 8t. Joseph. Tlie thrco dykes mndo by tho (ioverniucnt on tfio Kansas side have wnshed nwny, and over twenty feet of tho Government road to Wuthcna Is cut out. and it Is thercforu probable it will leave St. Joseph for tho other sido. It is lowly rising nt Council Muffs, now about nineteen feet above low water mark there ToMako Vlneger. 1. Roll cither corn, w licit, barley or rye, nootit one pint of the grain to a gallon of water, strain, and to tho liiiuor thus obtained add simp or sugar until pleasantly swoct. hot stand in a warm place, and yu will soon havo good vinegar. Tlie stronger and sweeter tho liquor tho stronger will bo tho ilucgni- and the longer in makttur. 2. Fuek'jn a jar the skins and cores of atopics mndo in pre paring pics nnd siuico, and cover w...

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 April 1881

OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1881. NUMBER 45. VOLUME XVI. Next Sunday is Easter. Im your pump thawed oat yttP Mr Daniel Schulte kas put an ad dltioa ) his house. ' Tbjo Utter on ditches contains sotno idee., Read it. --Burs and antelope were seen float tag down the river this spring. FsTJtn one pound of potatoes wo are nkirated that as high as over 1600 pewadt'ttavc been raised. -4oe seven feet 'thick was floating dewi'tbe Missouri last week and they were ttklng slabs of it out at StJoseph. Wed,'at St. Joseph, at her father's reerfeltee, Mrs. Young, wife of Dr. YeMg of Forbes, aged 23 years. We would like, to know just about the price of walnut tlmborln Indiana. We "have an idea our, people havo sold veryehetply. The Press quotes a llltlo item of er own concerning the superiority oi the climate of northwest Mo., and gives a Marj v'illc paper credit. Miss Julia May, who taught tho fall b4 winter term of the Star school, is teaching the spring term at the same place. St. Louis ...

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 April 1881

4 W 1 X-i 1 I r- MOTIIKIt'SjSOTS. J Yes, t know there are stains on my carpet, Tho traces of smiirmiiduybooU; And I sec your fair tapestry glowing, All spotless with blossoms and. f rolts 1 And 1 know tbat my walls are disfigured With prints of small Angers an( hands; And that your own household most truly All fresh lu Its purity stands! if And t know that my parlor js littered A t With many old treasures and toys; ,, While your own Is in daintiest order, Unharmed by the presence of boys 1 " And I know that my rooa Is invaded, ' Quite boldly all hours of the'day: While you sit In your own unmolested And dream the soft quiet away! YevTirnow there are four little bedsides Wheje I must stand'watchful ;cach night; While you fro out In your carriage, And flash In your dresses so bright I Mow, I.thlnk I'm a ncatllttle woman; I like my houso orderly, itoo; And I'm font of all dainty belongings; Yet would not change pUccs with you I No 1 keep your fair homo with Its order ; lis freedom from...

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 April 1881

OTriLlOHT BOORS. nr Mits. n. i. lswis. New tatlind Farmer. Tl luniet honr when all It still, Save breeeei whispering from the hill, And the low hum ot Insect life Wherewith this welcome hour Is rife lilke dream too fair for longer stay The light and glory fade away. The Tceper notes ot many a bird From out the darkling woods are heard; And the near rlrer't rippling flow Blends with the tongs that come and go la the hushed air so clear, so bright, Scarce touched with shades of coming nlsht. The busy, changeful world ot care Seems lost In this diviner air; And while hope slumbers, memory llres, And from Its choicest treasure gives; And grtet Is soothed as falls the calm Of twilight peace Ukeheavenlybalm. Oh precious be on that comes to all, God's blessing at the daylight's fall, Hlch recompense for weary hours, Renewal sweet ot wasted powers, We lay upon thy shrine the meed Of hearts that love, of souls that need I WASHISHTOS 1KY1X0. Notts) Abont the Charming Author. 8. 'W. Oakey in t...

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 April 1881

rMrj(ij.iKiMwBie f.'Ht, MM Mm aiVE .. - THE BOY A CHAJXTCE v. '' 1 V ' ' f n i i .ha, i. T,. i i ii ,i in, - i- 4- if i V'.i 7 r i Ij W, E. WILLE MINTON, "VILLE MINTON, VILL MINTON, 'VILL jE MINTON. 1 VILL E MINTON, WILL E MINTON, WILL E MINTON, WILL. E. MINTON, FOREST THE COUNTY PAPER, vv DAVENPOIIT ft IJOHYN3. OHKUON, MO. Kuuredutthorostofflce at Oregon, Mo., us aecuud-clau matter, Terms of Sabeoriptlon: TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Advertlalag. Rata, , T. Iik)) nre.v.iy iuanble, warn tlio largo rir rulaUoif ofTilK Count V PAl'Kit I considered will be made known on application to the Pub- IWiurs, , " . . . , Money may bo eertt at our rlsk'byil'oit.njcc or,Vef, rtrior registerca letter." ' Hu,iJanA. anil n.U-.' l ftllVflV ll fMthtJ I ImHetters must be brief mid must have the g.o))iiic n:im! of the author, not for publication but a a guaranty of geod faith. fuiiiiwutdcatloni In the Interest f 'candidates wMhecV.rged for at the rati 'of three ccuta tier wnnl. cash In advauco. Obitu...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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