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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 29 June 1883

mm- V . V CORS AUT & ME YER3 OPERA HOUSE3 J- nynounsriD city, Missouri, . Dsires -to Gall A.ttenlon to Tlxeix Immense Stools, of Mingkams, Cashmeres, Lawns, Buntings, Grenadines, Parasols, Trunks, Valises, Ladies' Shoes, Children's Shoes, Men's Shoes, Misses' snoes, iJ'ans, JUaea uurtams, JNecK-wear, uneviots, uress u-ooas, xiaxs, juuc. oust reueivtsu. a, vraw oi ju.uajs.uii b juuw.e ?xciixu. Queensware and Glassware. All goods sold at the Lowest Living Price. Call and see us. : CORSAUT & MEYER MOUND CITY, MISSOURI. 1. r i f t 'f I THE fCOUNTY PAPER U. P. DOHYNS A CO., OHKUOX, MO. Term of Sulworlptlon i TWO DOLLARS A Y 12 A It IS A 1) V ASCE. FIltOAY, JUNK 20, 1003 NKW3lUKK I.A.W. 1, Subscribers who do not kIvc oxprfM no tice to the contrary, are tuiulJet J m Wishing to cotillniHi tticlr subscription. nnd. puliHshors may ititiuuo to send Ibcmuu- tariff question, Itlsttuo, but II Uio is 3. H lutiscrltit-rs ncr.lcet or rctujc to take TarlJT and the Democratic Party. New York T...

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. — 29 June 1883

,jf 1 .y,., .... I. . 4- M J.'. 5 , -V. -THY- MN & BURGESS . FOK BARGAINS, FORKS 1 CITY, MO. To The Farmer. Wo would cnll'Vonr attention to the fact thnt tho time for harvesting will oon lie here, and if you need to buy n Mowc, or ltoitpor and Mowur com bated or Twiun Self-Hlndlug Harvester, go to Schmidt & Inghriim iiml buy tho YValtcr A. Wood Machine. 1 Oc a Day Will Buy An ORGAN Deo lledgpetk 1ms opened n largo stock of Pianos Kiul Organs, wlileh ho will null at the lowest prices. Miss Thorp, of St. Joseph, U in nttendnneo t the Mttslo Hooiii, whole sbo will en tcrtain vol), imo nnd all. Call I ami .scu Iter and get terms mill prices, Uo member tlw place, DEE IlKlKilT.TIl'S. Maitlaud, Mo. aeriv you want a doon-vsa Sewing" Machine iiuY THE Hill Am LigM Eoiing Howe It Is self-setting; tho shuttle Is self thiiudlng. You can save Irom 10 to 15 by calling ou 1 OKEGUN MO. CayMnehino Kepaiilng a Specially.!' D- R. WILLIAMSON) MA1TI.AN1), 310., Breeder of choice l'lvmouth Ilorkn ...

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. — 29 June 1883

- ' TI1K-FLOODS. Tho1 Missouri nnd Misslppi rlycrs nro reported still 'rising vary slowly In Nebraska tlio rains hnvo dostroyod much proporty. Tlio entire suutliorii portion of l'awnco county. is under wa iter. A linfiw vnlti a(Mm vfattrwl T.lntnlti Nobrnskn, on last Saturday,' again breaking tho rnllroads leading from tho city south. Nebraska City was cut off fmm Ml nllu,n,l ... ..... ... 1 1 U1U UM 1UIII9UU LUllULLLlUUi A tornado visited the westum part of Douglas county, Nebraska on tlio morn lng of tlio 22nd,wrocklng.sovornl franio '.buildings. No llvos woro lost. ltoports from points along tho Mis s6url river very considerably. At some points tho water is reported as still rising, wlnlo at others it has fallen from a few inches to two feet. It l- safo to say, howovor, that lliore Is considerable water yet to come down from the region abovo Omaho. A dispatch from Ills luarck says tho Yellowstone is ns high as last year, and tlio M!s9oiul is rising at that point. Telegrams from 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. — 6 July 1883

VftV. ft! a- A -5 '1 (FARM SCtHC IN MOtt COUMTY. MO.') VOLUME XIX. Ficd Mnrkland spent I ho week in with us. Will Kolmer has returned fruin Hamburg, Iowa. Altxrt Kunkel niatlo a Hying trip to St. Joe, tills week. Jim Cummins returned from his wi'ttera trip last Tuesday. Mr. William Spohr, of St. Joe, pent lott Sunday in Oregon. Coclwn Cotton, of White Cloud, Kansas, was In town lust week. Horn. Tuodny morning, July 3rd, to Goarge Colviu nrd wife, a son. Judge Anderson left lnt Sunday lor Chicago with his cattle and hogs. -Head the article on "Our Girls" by R.M.U., which wc publish this week. -Tho river at Coining was within I two feet of being as high us the flood , of 1881. C. J. O. Denny nnd hi mother are ! ling the week with J. J. Denny nt j spell ( Fairfax. Adrlau Piiiksion was among us a few days last week, trying to get rid of the chills. Diunel Kunkel, Sr., nnd wife re turned last week I ruin a visit to fritiiln i III WIC CHM. I ... . Henry Hosloek closed a successful I j,an ...

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. — 6 July 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. IIOllTK A Co., rnt1Uhr. OREGON MO KUMMKIt. l)en of the year, with thy bannered proces Ions, Dawns titling wltk diamonds and blazing with gold, Noons when the purple trlls faro'ertheraoun tains, Etm when tho crimson lies fold upon fold, Nights when the allier moon smiles on ocean, Daja when tho earth Is tho bride of the sun Qnesn of the year, 0 thau radiant Summer, How thill we retkon the spoils thou hist woit Kick are thy roses In pasiloaate languor, 8lngtng their hcarU out and kissing the brccie; Kojal thy lilies that watt for their lorcrs Chaste as white vestals and stately arc these; Oil axe thy harvests that laugh on the hill topi, Burden tho meadows till Joyously shorn ; weet arc thy winds as they rlpplt and rustle Through the long ranks of tbegreenrlbbon ed corn. Tumbles thy turf In Its mirth on the shingle, ! Orsr the beach pour toy tides at the full, Blip the dark waters o'er Inlet and carern, Glide the white tails and the strong rower's pall; iTtrywhere la...

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. — 6 July 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. nOIIYINH At Co., PnlilUlirt-. OREGON MO FI.OWKIISFOR IHEimATK. saoosiTtox DAT, 1888. CBI.Ti. TnilTEB. Iter bring your purple ami gold, Olory of color and scent! Scarlst of tullpi bold) Dad blue m the firmament. Unshed U tho sound of ttio flfo And the bugle ptplnR cleir; The Tlrld and delicate Ufa In the eoul of the youthful year We bring to tho quiet ded, With a gentlo and tempered crrlef; O'er the mounds to mute wo efced The beauty of blossom and leaf. The Ostbtnc swords that were drawn, N ntit ahall their fame dcatroy I Houghs rosy as rllts of dawn, Like the b'.ush on tho cheek of Joy, Kleh ftrti of the sardensand meads, W kindle tlicse hearts above! What splendor shalljmatch their dtedtl What sweetness can match our lore! STAliM, GAJiDEN. HOUSEHOLD. Mildew on Hoim. A Fronoh journal gives thoslmplo Tomody ot ayringing both tho unpot and lowor uldos of tho loavos with n onlutlnn of n. fourth of nn onnco of suit In two pnllons of water which strikes -114 nfl n rutl...

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. — 6 July 1883

f E3TER3 OTP i IMZOTTIESriD city, cissotji, vOinghams, Cashmeres, Lawns, 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. ) . PAPER Tim (COUNTY MV j. y. dohyns t co., OllliOON, MO. , Torma of Subscription! TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX ADVANCE. FRIDAY, JUNE 0, 1883 NKW.SI'.Vl'HU LAW. 1 Hii1irlUnru win, till but L'lVl Ptlirt'SS III), ttlci' to tlio eniilrar arc nsHili'iC'la-t wishing tn continue tlit-lr MiWilptlmi J. If nilisorllMTs wWi tlwlr iai-M tlNcitntlii iii'il. publishers may ciitliiuo I" mmiii thi'lii tin 111 .ill i.h.irtri.M nM ,,;llil. 3. tt KuiiHeritR'M iii'itli-i't or refuse tn inko thi'lr1 papers from tin- nii'e or plaee In iwMp i they are sent, tliey are lieM responsible until tli...

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. — 6 July 1883

TllV MIMTON & SB FOK BARGAINS, FORKS T QITY, MO. To The Farmer. Wo would cnll your atteution-to tlw fnot that tho time for harvesting will ociii be hero, ninl if you nee! tu buy a Mownr, or lloapur iiml Mower coin binod or Twinn .Self-Binding Harvester, ro to Schmidt & Inghniiu ninl buy the VVnltor A. Wood Mttehino. 1 Oca Day Will IluyAn ORGAN ! Dpo Hedgpelh lias opened u laren (dock of Pianos mul Organs which ho will Holt at llm lowest ui'lt'tM MI-.h Thorp, of St. Joseph, is in iittrndaneo at the Mimic ltoom, whuru -she will un tcrtniu you, 0110 and all. Calll and sec her and got terms and prices. Ilo member tfio place, Dl'i: IlKIXJl'KTII'S. Malthiud, Mn. Hay-Il" YOU WANT A (SOOn-flJa Sewing Machine ht!Y THU High Arm Lilit Rniining: Howe ! It Is fcir-.fttinr t the .shuttle Is .-elf-thriadlng. You ean save Irom 10 to i; by calling on F. S. ROSTOCK, Jr., OKKOOX, MO. J6yMnodnc Hopuiiing a Specialty. ft-jj- D- R. WILLIAMSON, JI.V1TI.ANI. Mil., Ilneder of choice 1'lvinniith ltw-...

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. — 6 July 1883

i. ii ii. i r . ... i . . ...... I . .IT-.I.T- EJtaiVl2Rii: '.i..f "r. -till?'.!. r ." 1 V .Hi 1 1 i.. A SAJtrl.K UP ROIHIIUIM. The thurape It thump of an overgrown nst Wu heard t the editor's door, And the overworked, pctutcnt Journalist hiss ed, "I wilt wsjer my head that's a hare I" And a farmer approached, In n glnge 1 style, The nan who Instructed the msa.'cs And placed la his hand, Kith a satisfied mile, A vial of sjrghtim molasses. "I reckon yon newspaper fellers," he said, "Her never hecn foundered on elch, And jou think yourselves lucky to even get hread, And deny yourself thlnirs thatli rich Well, It hurt mo to think of you suflorlns here For a cbango In your regular diet, And I thoucht, If you.d fend me your piper year, I'd giro you that sorghum to try It. ''And, of course," ho, continued, "you'll give me a pull In the paper that cornel ont to-day A column I reckon, will he 'bout cnoutb. And I reckon you know what to eay. I mad then molASses myself, you mutt know, And my ...

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. — 6 July 1883

now TO I.IVK. bt iioiutics norun. lie Hteth Ions who lltnth well I All otacr life I atwnt nd tain; lie llretli longest who ean tell Of IfTlog most for heavenly gain. He llreth long wh Itrcth well t All eUe la bslnir, flung away; II llreth longest who can tell Of true thing! truly done each day. Watte not thy beln j ; hack to Illm Who freely gave It, freely giro; KUe la that being but & dream; 'Tie knt to oe, and not to lire. Bo what thou tccmcstl live Hit creed ! Wold ap to earth the torch divine; Be what taou praycet to be made, tat tie great Mutet'e steps be thine. Kill up each hour with what will last; Buy up the moments as they go: Tuellfo above, when this Is past, la the ripe food ot life below. How troth, It thou the truth wouldst reap; Who aowa the false shall reap the vain; Krectanrt sound tby conscience keep; Fran hollow wotds and deeds refrain. ion love, and taste Us Iriittago puro; owpeac, and reap Its harvest brlgat; Bow eunkeams on tho rock and moor, Amd reap a harv...

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. — 6 July 1883

Tmk Civil Only ICtli. S(ryJvo Att takes effect It 1 1 it , FiiANcr. ;ui China it i llioujiltt will t itt . shortly settle. Uldr dltiereiires. Ciy.n. Sj:u7V- PNivinlHiUions wore ln'M In Katun,-) Ciiy TiM-mluy ot lust week. Tiikiik in mil.n marked tvsiMiililiincu between a fiumpl-shaped cloud nnil tlic Jiew phlu, l)('n(ignvcy. TWKSTVjTIUtKB "assisted" milll'i- mit'rutits vy'cro sent back to Knglnm! from Nw 'orl: .SAiunlay liy tlio tut , thorltlcs. Tin: (lalyostcn yvs, (Dent.) iiouiice.i that it the Uom.ierirllc i. mi- uiy shirks ;he freo trade lwiiu.lt will douht luss lio dissolved." Anothkk person says 'fildcii Is clear pleaded. This is not interpreted tola, .torferu with Watursou's statement that , his uilnil is silnctviV Tub only really satisfactory way to (linl ni tl. ...... ..1 r....t. i i ....i. I ...... suv .us... .saui iuv:is in i.'iim lUllie physical coiulitlo.il of Jbe "old ticket,1' Is to have u public walking match be .tween Uncle .Saniniy ami 1'nu.e Joe. It is thought the...

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. — 13 July 1883

l'wl rv.,- V. , lsr ST"' (UftM IH HOLT COUUTY, MA 'V' VOLUME XIX. A special reduction will be made on all lines of Summer goods for the next SIXTY DAYS, to speedily reduce stock, preparatary to building an addition to our present store room, for our large stock of fall goods now being manufactured. 3DO HSTOT DEnA-IL TO TAKE XDInTTG-E OF TIETE BTC-A-IZCsTS we are now offering. Write for price-list and samples. ST. JOE CO-OPERATIVE M PWbl' lllilllMA'AmiitWCW Circus next Wcdnosd iy, July 18th. Darul Comer, of Hlpjclou'. Sunday id In Oregon. Kldor Klegenbaum, of St. Joseph, whs among his fi lends lu our city last Sunday. Mr. Charles Sehatz, of St Joseph, spent lat Sunday with his mother In our village Otho A. llennett is now in Seattle, Washington Territory, engaged in the lumber business. Mis. l'razor Allen, oi Watson, Mo is lining pleasantly eiintei tained by her many fiicmls hcio. -Diuiier and leo cream at Mrs. (ircen'i, east of the Court House, on Wednesday, July lSth. Ask Henry Shu...

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. — 13 July 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. DOUVIXH .V O., 1'iibtUhef. thnt OKKUON - - - MO SEl'AHATION. jasin: r. o'doxshli. Dear, lender hands I that somewhere cn God' earth Bccm eo!d ami empty, barred from clasp cf mine; O hands that would hare clung to roc In dearth Of other help my hands have need of thine Btrocjr hand I that would have helped inc In my need, That noTcr would havo thrust mo cureless by, Kind hands! I know that many n loving deed Would rhecr my weary day, were you but nigh. Sometimes I dream, dear hands, that once again The magic of your touch may thrill my heart; The Joy of meeting exercise my pain ; E'en though again our lonely paths should part No morel Would not the clasp of hands un lock The silent portals of tho lips, and words Passionate words, so long repressed then flock To speech a breaks the dawn with song and birds 1 Ah, dcarl I could not bear It. Sundered wide Our paths still lie. Why should we try to reach Across the gulf; why lot the pent-up tide Of silent years break fort...

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. — 13 July 1883

ft Q I' THE COUNTY PAPER DOIIYNS .V Co., rntittaher. OREGON MO uni:.vuiNi. When daylight fades And eombre ihadoi Steal through tho dtttant elms, With fading ItRht My toul takes flight Beyond to tnjstlc realms. I'll fly In my drcuns TomarTelaus streams, Away over mounttin and leas, Wicre palaces stand On tho golden strand, l)y tho margins of crystal seas. Wocrn alinnlrcd moons, From the deep lsgooni, Out of their mystery rise, Where the tangled streams Of their golden beams lllumlno the walls of paradise. Where beautiful flowers, In moonlit bowers, Wcavo round my splitt their magic spell, Wliero fragrant breeze, From enchanted seas, Wafts pcrfutnei of tho asphodel. Where out of tho towers, In the dresmy hours, Floats beautiful mu!c free; And tho echoes repeat Their symphonies sweet Across tho pearMlt sea . And out of tho air Bright vl'Ians fair titcal down to the golden strand. In tho (hadowsthat fall From the palace tall They all danco hand In-hand. But (lectin? clouds With ttuir du...

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. — 13 July 1883

OOSjTJT & MEYER, OPERA HOUSE, . IsOTTZDsTID CITY, MISSOTJHI, Dsires to Call AArt&wJoJiojx to Tlioir Immense Stools: of ... - . - . .. w mi -nJi n t N1 "HIT 5 Til "ItT- M .-, jrlllUIltlllib, VJfclbllllltirUb, JUfclWllS, JDUllUUlgS, VjrrCIltlUllltJO, ST ell aoUlO, JLJ. U.XJLJ.VQ, V cuiooo, jio,ujlc.o kjjli.joo, vmmioiio w""" r, fcnoes, i' ans, iace uurtams, lNecK-wear, unevioxs, jjress v-ooas, xittbs, -muu. ousu i-uueivuii a, urate uultxccwvcaj. o uouio Queensware and Glassware. All goods sold at the Lowest Living Price. Call and see lis. CORSAUT & MEYER, MOUND CITY. MISSOURI. t tiii: COUNTY PAPER IIV 1). 1. 1I0UYNS it CO., OUKdON, MO. Tonus of Subscription TWO HOLI-AltSA YKAH IX AHVAXCK. FRIDAY, JUNK 13, 1833 NV.WSI'.U'r.lt LAW. 1. Hiitxerl'-frs wlin do wit lt oxirH" ih- liee tit llic i-imirary, are i-nimni-rcu in whiiihk tu romimii- lln-lr nilii'rlliini. a. If inliserll'i-rs wWi tlii'tr p:n-c llnitt In lll'lt. jmlillilii IS III IV C-illlllllU' III KIMIll tllt'lll mi til ...

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. — 13 July 1883

lr-. J TRY mintdn & bus roit BARGAINS, FOURS 1' CITY, MO. To The Farmer. Wo would call your tittontiou to tliu (net Unit lliu limn fur harvesting will itoou tin tier;, nnil If you need lo liny ;t Mower, or Itenper mid Mower com btnod orTwiuo Sulf-lllndlng Harvester, go to Schmidt & lughrmu and liny lliu Waller A. Wood Machine. 1 Oca Day Will IluyAn ORGAN ! Deo Hcdgputh has opened u largo I fttock of Pianos mid Digitus, which hoj will soil at tlui lowest prices. MU i Thorp, of St. iloseph, is in attendance at tlio Music Kooiii, wlioru she will en tertain you, otiu mid all. Calll and see 1 linr ami jjet tonus and prices, ltc-l member tho place, ii:i: iiHDtjfKTii'iS. Mulllaml, Mo. ESflV YOU WANT A (iO( ) D-3 Sewing Machine Hl'Y TI1H Higli An Li&M Eiiiii Howe ! It U Nelk-uaiiii!;: tliu shuttle Is self. thrttiding. You ean save Ironi $10 l.o .$15 liy calling on F. S. ROSTOCK, Jr., 01ti:C!ONr, MO. Sy"Ma'hl:iu lb-paiiing a Sputlalty.fisriy" D. R. VtfiLLIAWJSOW, MAITI.ANl), MO.,...

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. — 13 July 1883

II AND IN HAND WlTfl ANMULS, nr luct LincoM. Haad tn hand with angels, Through the world wo go', Brighter eyes are on us Thau wc blind onti know; Tenderer toIccj cheer us Than wc deaf will own; Never, walking heavenward, Can wc walk alone. Hand In hand with angels In the busy street, By the winter hcarth-flrei Everywberi we meet, Though unfledged and ionglp, Birds of Faradlto; Heaven looks at us dally Out of human eves. Hand In hand with angels; Oft In menial guise; By the nine straight pathway Frlncc and beggar rise. If we drop our Augers, Tolt-Inibrowncd and worn, Then one link with heaven From our life Is torn. Hand In hand with angels; Same are fallen alas! Soiled wings trail pollution Over all they pass. I.lft them Into tunshtuc! Bid them seek the sky! Weaker Is your soaring When thoy cease to fly. Hand In hand with angels; Some arc out of eight, Leading us unknowing, Into paths of light. Some dear friends are loosened From our earthly clasp, .Soul tu soul to hold us With a fir...

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. — 13 July 1883

If- 'S3 IrliiiK LIFE'S MIRAQff, Edmund Gossc. Sadwoild the salt waves be, And cold tlio tinging ten, And dar the gulfs that echo to the eeve stringed lyre, If iking were what H107 tctra, If life had no fair dream, Ha mirage made, to tip the doll act line with Are.. Bat on the shores of time , Hearing tho breaker' chime, Falling by night and day along our human sand, Tho poet alt and sec, Borne on the morning breeze, Tho phantom Island float a furlong from the land. Content to know them there, Hung In tho thtnlog air, Itettlms no foolish fall to wlu the hapeless coast, llli tlslon I enough To feed hit seal with lore, And he who grasps too much may even tclf bo lost. him' SLilNDKK. 'Twas but a breath And yet tho fair, good name was wilted; And friends onco fond grow cold and stilted And llfo was worso than death. One venomed word, That struck Its coward, poisoned blow, In craven whispers, hushed and low And yet the wldo world heard. Twas but ono whisper one, That muttercl low, for Tor...

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. — 13 July 1883

INDEPENDENCE DAY. How it was Celebrated at Maitland and r Oregon. AT MAITLAND. , Tho celebration at this plaoo was a grand success in every souse of the word. Tho trains coining Into tho city on tho 8d, woro loaded with people who camo from far and near to enjoy tlic festivities of tho Fourth. A glorious morning dawned, and from nil directions tho neonlo (nithnrnil to colobrato. tho 107th anniversary of mo uny on tviucii an men wcro to bo froo and equal rights granted to all u puins unu. open Fparou by tho va rious committees to make every featuro of tho oxcrcl8os interesting, nnd right . royally wcro tho people entertained , Willi spicntlid music, Imposing parade, viuiiuuiii, -nnu cniuustusilc mlilr("'.t;o., . closing at night wlUi ti grand. pyrotech , nlo display. At sunrise. David Kennedy, in charge of Urn artlllerv oneum! im n must tcrrlllc cannonade, which compelled ut to "crawl out" and immediately neck suinin' to to brace us up. lie lirod an niiiiureii nuns in accordance witl...

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. — 20 July 1883

(MRM SOME M MOO COUMTV. MB.) VOLUME XIX. 3-IT IS BARGAINS YOU WANT A special reduction will be made on all lines of Summer goods for the next SIXTY DAYS, to speedily reduce stock, preparatary to building an addition to our present store room, for our large stock of fall goods now being manufactured. IDO 35TOT PAIL TO T-A-IKZIE ADVAlsTTAGE OF T.T3IE MAITY BARGAINS we are now offering.. Write for price-list and samples. Harvest apples arc now in market. Clmrlic Hook returned to Fnlrlax, Monday. Whoro do toy pistol mnkora go when thoy die? TliU Is n good season (or ducks tlioy can swim. The St. Joseph exposition begins September 3rd. Master Charley Harris lias re turned from Dakota. William Penny, of Kansas, gavo uf a pleasant cull, lust week, John Dorsoy took in St. Joseph last Sunday and Monday. A. II. Jamison, was in town on lo gal business last Tuesday. . Miss Maggie Hums, of St. Joseph, is with friends in this city. Joseph Nowton, Mound City, was on our streets, last Monday.. Mr. ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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