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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 15 April 1881

Th Man In the Dn Out. Wt copy from tho St. Joseph HcraM lire following from the laV'locttiro til Itotktngeii ll.rhon tnofll.cUngiOH Ik tht prehtsVirlo savaga vffiosA seull 'Al r ). hat oil tho Uud. , Mr. lngwsoll'ji vnleo Is so(t anil melodious. Ui manner himI move went upon tW stage, with U wonder 1mnm&, at the j!eiueasu fats success m popular orator. "KjviMtell inn whit a tratn'a million is I'll tdl you what is the hlghwntcr Mark -of hit Intellect. When a mnn itttfks that he ha found fat all out, he is orthodox. Tho man In a alugotit 1 or itiodox. Heresy Is a craduj orthodox la the ihroud. Heresy glres a new idea a welcom and a warm platm by the fireside of his heart. Orthodoxy re gards the new Idea as a trump, and keeps bull dogs in frwnt of thn house to Irlglitcn'olt every new idea that comes along." Referring to the lowest form ot skull that had over been found, he paid Unit it wu probably found in Delaware. "There has not been n pntenatble improvement on the devil for six ...

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. — 15 April 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER My DAVENPORT At BOBTKI. OREGON, 110 LATE NEWS OeBcral Newt. " About two fcot of snow felt In North crn Ohio, March 30ih ud 81t. Princess Caroline, widow ot tho iko redltary Prince Ferdinand, of Dcnmttk, Is dead. Tbo loom harness factory of Geo. W. Harris, Lowell, Mass., burned April 6tfc. Xoss, f 40,000. A bomb exploded under the windows of the palace of the Dnlce Bontona, at Jftd arid, April BJ. No one hurt. Princess, by Tramp, record Sb32 last 7ear at Are year old, has been told to a Chi-" cago gentleman for 1300, to bo used on the road. Tho cold weather and snow of tho winter In Montana killed 23 percentofthc -cattle and 40 per cent ot .the ahecp of the Territory. Chicago's first receipt of strawberries leached that city March 81st. They came from Mobile, Alabama, and sold at 110.00 lo (12.00 per 0 gallon can. Dr. Glenn, the largest wheat grower in-Callfornla, pronounces the wheat profit so email that he must seek diversity ot culture lor his 45,000 acres. Gartor...

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. — 15 April 1881

THlj, CgUNTY PAPER, OREGON, : MO THE TEAOBEIt'S OnAROE. DT XMrLT O. WKTUBMItE. ; , , They lit before me In their usual place. Mj children Btlll, though childhood's djs are put; With eager looks on their expectant fsces, And youth's .b'rhjht halo over all thing cast.. j Jalr tlrls with smiles at radlent as tho morn In?, Bright, earnest boys almost to manhood grown What happy heartslookontnowatllfo'sdawn- Ere sorrow yet has claimed them for Its own. I Iotc to look on youth's bright, careless fan cies, And hear the merry laugh that will have way. Why quench the brightness of those eyes whose glances Will soon grow pale and dim in life's stern fray I The weeks to months, the months to years have lengthened As we have walked in learning's pleasant ways, The while my love for them has dally strength ened, And youth's fair blossoms oped beneath my gaze. Together looking backward through the ages, We've read of those high on the roll of fame; And hearts have thrilled and bright eyes dim' me...

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 April 1881

CHAMBERS, MARNEY & CO., Cordially twite I to can wnen 11 Bptlng Stuck ' Its tho people of flolt and adjolntnc Mantle In St. Joseph, ana examine the Immenjj New , wnlcta "they are now receiving". 'With gtealljr . ritOORKfW O CKK.-TIO.V. Hit United States Cremation So- clety will soon, put Its stock on ,lhe ' .market (or sale, and we shall shortly have cromatory furnaces in this and other cities, Every practical man ' ought to bo willing that this shopM be done. Tho Tribuno, when Dr. Le. Moye opened tho subject called attent ion to tho faot that cremation must becomo a neeotslly for sanitary reasons in all our crewdtd eittes, as It long has been In New-Orleans,, A respectable numbor of educated, refined people do prefer cromation to burial, and would uso it but for tho vulgtojiiotorioty which has always at tentttd the rite at Washington, I'cnn. It isonry just that thoy should dispose of their own bodies or of thoso of their Ifrieads as to them saoms most solemn and flttiug. Iioucc...

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 April 1881

- "v P (FARM SCtNt MIT COUHTV. MO.-) I J VOLUME XVI. Who Wants Money? Ihavo at my disposal a sunt of mon ey, to bo loaned on renl estate security in Holt county. Will bo loaned in amounts from Ono Hundred to Tlirco Thousand Dollars, at Ten per cunt., payable annually, end no riiii inisions. Long loans preferred (three or fire reara,) but will loan for a short er Ume If desired. As this is "Home Money," borrower will experience no delay mid no trouble of any'klnd; and home money at "straight" Ten per cent, is cheaper than. foreign monoy at 'crooked" eight per cent., where tho borrower has to pay big coirmilssions, to An agent and big fc.'s for preparing a krgo mass of papers. For further In- formation apply to V. W. DA;ENI'OItT, Oregon, Mo. WALL PAPER. The mimufneturtrn nf Wall l'nprr have never mad morr Improvemtnts In tlielr llnu of good, tliftn th.y hnre this ifnuon. TbeilrnlRii, aro all Itranllfiil. I took crrat tV1" Mini M-lrrted of f(tr uuiiiiifnrturvr Ihr Driest-. or (lilts au...

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 April 1881

LOSS IK DBLAYH. (The following quaint bnt forcible verses are hy llobert Bouthall, a poet of tho reljn of tjneen Elizabeth Shun delays they breed remorse; Take Uiclr time, whlic time Is lent thco; Cree(ilnit malls havo weakest force; Fly thy fault, lest thoa repent thee. Good Is but when soonest wrought; Lingering labor cornea to naught. Hoist up sail while gale doth last Tide and wind stay no man's plcasu c; Beck not time when tlmo Is past Sober speed Is wisdom's leisure. .After-wits aro dearly bought Let thy fore-wit guide thy thought. Time wears all his locks before Take thou hold upon bit forehead; When ho flies he turns no more, And behind his scalp Is naked. "Works adjourned have many stays; Lonv demurs breed new delays. PRACTICAL SCIENCE. Treating Inflamed Wound. It is recommended to troat inflamed vrounds by Btuoklng thorn with burning wool or woollin cloth. Twenty minutes 111 tho smoko of wool, it is said, will tako tho pain out of tho worst wound, and if ropoatcd onco or 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. — 22 April 1881

A lORNKD-DOWN PAGE. There' a turned down page, m wme writer In every human life A hidden ttory ot happier dayr, Of peace amid tbe strife. A folded leaf that the world knows not A love-dream rudely crashed J The sight of a foe that Is not forsot, Although the voice b hushed. The far-distant sound of a harp's eoft strings, An echo on the atr The hidden page may be full of such things; Of things that once were fatr. There's n hidden page In life, and mlno A story might unfold; But the end was sad of the dream divine better rents untold. SIR JOHH CHOKE'S PLOT. BT MAttT KYLE DALLAS. Even in thoso days it Is not in tho no turo of things that n curato of tho Church of England should bo a wealthy man; and though young bachelor cu rates are generally comlortnblo, and much petted by tho ladles, who aro iond of asking them to flvo o'clock tea and croquet parties, a curato with a family may havo so hard a ttrao of it that his wile's ono silk gown may bo turned thrico boforo it is given up; that...

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 April 1881

TUB COUNTY PAPER, MAVKNIfUlT A DOHYNf. OI1MIOS. MO. KnUrril t the I'mt'ifltcr at Orreiin, l. m rinilf ! rmtllr r. Tarsi f Hatiaarlptlont TWO DOIXlltS A YKAK IXAUVAXCK. A4vartUlac Rata. wlilrh nro Tf fjr trmaWp, whrn the lnre If filiation of Tlir.CocxTjr I'aI'KH MwinMerrd will lie wade ku'wn on ii Jf llrn(ln to (lie I'ul" lllirs. Money way lie vhl at ol" l'il(mcr ordrr, draft or rfttWficil I-t tr. Cnrrronilriiru not! news ftlwii" do'lrcd, Vint teller mint lie lW mill mint have llii' KHitiltiiMmnieiif llieautlmMi'd for Jiiibllculliin lint in n uiinrntily ut Kml fullli. (nimumilriitluMliillii' lnteri't of riilullitiitfs will tic rltiwd for nt Ilia fill of tlrvi cmH Ifr wonl,nili In mlnnicc. Obituary Mlry will l rharKil fur nt the rite of ten rrtits jcr lino mill tlm Cash limit accompany tlm m.inywrlid. Rpjrrtfil liimiMwrliil will mil 1"' fi'lurnil. Utter for nibllciitliiii fdiiitd reach in ly TniMii.iy tuiin to Insure Insertion In (lint week's paper. All letters should lie addressed I"...

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 April 1881

LEAVE Your Orders FOR AGRICULTURAL Implem .ents AT Barnes & Collison's NEW POINT. TO THE FRONT. Allen, Frazer & Co., CRAIG, ZMIO-, (JKNEHAL HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS Ilr vlflni' mill iiiillinrity uf ii siiortsil rxn-titlou , . Ily vlrluc :nul authority of a special oM'cutluti nj lnliirrMiiti.l .el, II.. Issued from llif iidlce of Hie ( Icrk of thel'lietilt Issued from Uiculllcv uf IhcClcik nl the Circuit 1 .......... i Cnurl uf Unit County, Mn.. tctiirir.iiic in tin-1 rcuri nr unit futility. m-.. rt'turmihic nt tiic linonrtlflK on "S arv- Alirll term, ihmi. ui win t nuri. mm i Hie n i .- Wit liiivo I lio largest tuiil nii)l cdiiipK'lu Moel; uf Agrii-ullm-il Implements hi tin: Holt cminty, .''insisting t' Weir 1Iowm Dtuuv Plows and Cultivators, LuIInrue IMowh and Cultivators, Weir Cultivators. A I.ho the Standard of ExcoIUmico, the Gilpin Sulky Flows, Stalk Cutters, 1 and 2 liorso Hay Italce.u, Corn Pliintors, Corn Shelters, Uarnes's Wire Cheek Itowers, Harrows, CAMPBELL CORN D...

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 April 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER lly DAVENroitT SODV.M. OtlEGON, MO TI101US CA.M.TLE. What Is hope 1 A smiling rainbow Children follow through the wef, TIs not here, (1111 yonder, yonder; Never urchin found It yet. What Is life! A thawing Iceberg On a wa with sunny shore Gay we tall ; It melts beneath ua , We at sunk, and icen no more. Whattsmant A foolish baby. Vainly strives, and fights, arid frets; Demanding all; deserving nothing One smalt grave Is all he ccts. FICTION OUTDONE. The Itomnnce In the Life of Lady Illanche with ceremonies of extraordinary splen dor nnd tcdlousncss, and seems dcsldes to bo genuinely popular. It is curious to mark tho contrast botweon tho Ger man intorost In Prlnco Frederick Wil liam nnd tho English Indifforenco about 1'rinco Victor, who, although also an inovltablo heir, Is unknown and almost unmcntloned; but tho Germans aro right. If no crreat change occurs, tho btidogroom of Sunday will ono day bo not only tholr King, but their mastor. with power tod amiss any Bis...

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 April 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, By MATWtrSBT A VOMTNSJ. OREGON, ! MO DUAR QRANDMOTUKH. Chrtitlan Union. Grandmother paces with stately tread Forward and back through the quaint old room Oat of the firelight, dancing and red, Into the gathering dusk and gloom; Forward and back In her illken drew, With IU falling raffles ot froit-llke lace, .A look of the deepest tenderness In the faded lines ot her fine old face. "Warm on her breast In hit red night-gown, Like a scarlet Illy the baby lies, "Whito softly the tired lids droop down Over tho little sleepy eyes. Grandmother sings to htm sweet and low, And memories come with the cradle-eong Or the day when she sang It long ago, When her life was young and her heart was strong. Grandmother's children haTo left her now; The large old house Is a shadowed place; But shining out la the sunset glow Of her life, like a star, comes the baby's face. He lies where ot old his father lay; Bottly sho sings him the same sweet strain ; Till the years Intervening are s...

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 April 1881

CHAMBERS, HARNEY & CO., Cordially Invite the people nl Molt nnd niljninine cminttca. to mil wnen In St. .I"eili, mid etunutii1 tliti Itiimriiio Net rtprlugHtuck which they nro now rvct'lvlng. With gnatl)' PiLITICS. Canettal ef Tke Uave rne. Tlio principle, adopted In America, tlint mil Just powers of government are derived from tho consent of tliu govern ed, l Bxkimntki'nlKl will hitnify 1)6 re ptidlntcd by ntiy nno; patriot! nnd lov ers of ltcpublicantam take this tn tho lantern by Which tlioy walk. Women nro goTorncd, that Is, tlioy arc subject to tho lawn of tho states nnd of tho United States, they nro punish ed for offenses declared without their consent, to be crimes. Is nil this not government? nnd is It obtained by con sent? tat us sec. Under our system, the governed elect reprcf cnlatlvcs who rule them as agents, or, moro properly, by whom (as agents) they rule themselves ; In other words, the representatives of the people, In American politics, partake moro of the char...

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 April 1881

A 1 i I. n" V , i 5' t- 2 '?:kjf , . ... . p.. L.-iji, -'- a . - -r - .-"- . . .... - '-turn . - , . i i . . ii muni, m i i in m n. i - ... : - " j ... f it? . i'.- --'.J1' r,"n 6 1 i W'KJvwnHWjrfMraiftmffyMiKW w-m? : . imnn wows, jHnmaww - ei i w iimii , -- Jones, Townsend & Co:, (-PEOPLE !f TO filPXEirpiD 'liiN'MtK, Bay's Youth's and Children, Complete IniUlllflerAjf'ort 4 wHh great caro and bougkt under the moit favorable ekcdmslan- era fur'lHisk. uur wouoii t sir marked and' sold at tho LOWEST LEGITIMATE PRICES. we propose elving entire'aatUfactlon.to all, or the noney chcornlly refundMli ., Wo solicit your patronage, Remember tho placet mm TOWNSEND & CO,, 4th & Flhc Street ST. JOSEPH MO- LOADED Down TOTris Ghiards! THE AR0 FI LL : All SAIXS SET TO CATCH THE POPULAR BREEZE! CJorsaut CLOTHING SHIP Alwy Xoads In TIio Race And Js Miles Ahead of Al Coiupetitionf . it .ft now beroro l he people V tr4ovA AocW ol Keulv Made Clothln lo ot z, .. - liutXlodili, Trnhks, Valises...

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. — 29 April 1881

TUB COUNTY PAPER, II V , DAVKNrOftT HOI1YN8. OnitOON, MO. .Entered at the roitornce at Oregon, Mo., ns iweond-lu matter. Term of SaAKorijttl.B: 'TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE. miDAT, AWUIj 80, 1881 Advertising Roto., which are very reasonable, when the largo cir culation of TllR CoUKTV I'Al'KA Is c'nnMdere ll wilt be made known on application t the Pub llshcn. Money mabo sent at ear rlk by l'MtnIBce order, draft or registered letter, Correspondence and news are always desire, bat letter mint be brief ami mint lmvc the genuine narao of the author, not (or publication but as a guaranty of geod faith. Communications In the Interest of candidates will be charged for at the ratu of threo cents er word .cash In advance, Obituary poetry will be charged for at the rat of ten cents per lino anil the Cash must accompany the manuscript. 1 Rejected manuscript sslll not he returned Utters for publication should reach us by . Tuesday neon to Insure Insertion III that neck's paper. All letters sho...

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 April 1881

LEAVE v Your Orders : FOR AGRICULTURAL AT Barnes & NEW POINT, TO THE Allen, Frazer& Co., CRAIG, lLO., OKNKUAL ARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS Wo lmvo tho largest mul most coinnloto stock of Agricultural Implements In tho Holt county, consisting of Well' PIowh, Dctjro 11wh and Cultivalorn, Lallarpo PIowh an'tl Cultivators, Weir Cultivators. Also tho Standard of Excellence, the Gilpin Sulky Plows, Stalk Cutters, 1 and 2 horse Hay Unices, Corn IMimtei'H, Corn Shelters, Barnes's Wire Check Itowers, Harrows, CAMPBELL CORN DRILL, HOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS, lluckoye Reapers and Binders, -- THE CALDWELL WAGONS, Pumps, Barbed Wire, STOVES, AND TINWARE, TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION, etc., are made Specialties. Everything in the line of Hardware and Builders' Materials. Call and see us and we will guarantee satisfaction. . WE AKK AGENTS FOR Nichols 'Shepard & Cos Vibrators. .ATiST", TF-A-ZXt:!, 'Ac oo. Ready for the Fray. HOBLITZELL & PINKSTON, "Wish to inform tho public Hint they lmvo opunotl a L...

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 April 1881

Rev. Mr. Miller prcachs in Oregon . next Sabbath morning. Mass teniperaneo meeting in tho a. t,. church next Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock., Wni. A.-Gardner will preach in Oregon next Lord's day at 11 a. m. and at Union school house, at 3:30 r. m. Tho first quaUcrly meeting of Ore gon charge, M. . church wilt be held In this placo commencing Saturday, at 2 p. it. Services Saturday ovenlng and (Sundiy forenoon. ?omo one has predicted that nil printing would bo done on colored pa per In tho futuro. It comes to us a lit tle sooner than expected. Looks well and is a relief to tho eye. a contribution was made by our business men on Tuesday and tho Fos- tor boys started a team on Wednesday to St. Joseph via Savannah jn order'to soml qtt the most urgent mail matter. X bird it; tho hand, etc. Several who had apples to 6c)l and were once offered a good price will recall this .. maxim after tboy find nothing but rot- ' ten trash left in their-cclluin. t' ' - i i Tho circuit court of Holt cou...

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 May 1881

1 r vor-UMK xvr. Jones, Town - Ilcspeclull.v ask THE PEOPLE SPLENDID Spring Clothing lr MV, iinyN' Youtli nn((Chllilrt'ii, r.iniplrlo In all lines Assort ed with jirvnt care ami bought under the most favorable rlrcoiiLlnu--vnfor nb. Our Motto is Fair and Square Dealing. All goods are iiutrki.il nnd Mild nt the LOWEST LEGITIMATE PRICES. wo propose giving entire satisfaction lo nil. or the money cheerfully refunded. We solicit your pstronagc. Itememlwr the place. JONES, TOWNSEND & CO,, ' 4th A Felix Street ST. JOSEPH MO. DRY GOODS M. S. Faris & Co., Are receiving ani opening tnm 4ry to day, too f ttit Itif eit, Haadtoaicit and Cheapest Stocks of Dry Goods that It bat evtr been their pleasure to offer to the puhlU and at priest that defy competition. Their stock (.complete hi every particular includlno all the novelties of the season. Remember tluit we haxe not adopted the "Department System," thereby detaining our customers uiiuccc.sariallT,hul de lixer their gtiods at once. A...

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 May 1881

1 ' .. - r TUB (COUNTY PAPER, " - - ' BV JIAVKNIMUT flr ItOHYNS. 1 4 OltMIUN. MO, KnUml at the iNHtufnVc u( OffKlin, Mo., im MCiinl-cla laatlrr. Terraa of Snbaorlptlon! TTQ DULMItM A YEAR INADVAHCK. FlttM.VY. M'XY 0. 1H81 Tlw St, Joe Herald denies that Jcffcr son was mi infldol and thinks the letter to Dr. Short Is spurious, and claims ho was a' Unitarian. Though wo havo not noccss to tho volumo referred to, wo haro to soma of Jefferson's letters to Dr Hush and Priestly. T'o Dr. R. he wrote giving a syllabus of his belief, April 21, 1803, doelarltig "I urn n christian in tho only sense in which Jesus' wished any ouo tobo, sincerely attached to his doctrlnoi is prefercnoo to nil oUs, naorfblng to nlrasolf every liunJnricxecilQtj'cTwd believing ho no'v irolklmeV nhf othof,"-!, f .iTcffersnn wis nQtfan jnfjdel, thcn'wns not Tom I'aync i ; willed are cry ri'aiotialitej'whcn the larse ctt r'nlatloniitTllltCol'NTV i'AI'KA Is t nnsldrn-il will tic made known mi application to ttic rub-llsh...

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 May 1881

1 LEAVE FOR AGRICULTURAL, "AT i in ii & NEW TO THE Barnes ,. .in ,. I X. Allen, Frazer & Co., CRAIG, MO., OKNKHAL, ARB WARE AND j i t : , Wii tntvu thu Ini-getf ani most, complete tilock of '.Agricultural implements hi he Holt eotlllty, consisting of j t', Weir Plow, ., ,Pfje PlowHniirt Oultivutors ; .'. ,' Liillnrpe Mw, and OuItlvntHr.4; 1 Weir Cultivators. Also tho Standard f ' Excellence, tho " Gilpin Sulky Plows, Stalk CutlciH, 1 itiul 2 lioio Ifav 'lltikuM, Corn PlimtoiH, Corn Hltcllci'H, 1!uiiiom!h Wire Ohcck,I?owers, lluvrowM, CAMPBELL fiORN DRILL, H00SIER WHEAT DRILLS, imccy,u. (I?cjii)orH and HmlcrH, THE CALDWELL WAGONS, STOVES, AND TINWARE, t t y I TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION,: w'"'i,i;'BJt""r- (Ptc, are inado Specialties. Every thing in thu lino ol Hardware and Iiuildors' MnterlulH. Call and hco us and we -will guarantee., satisfaction. WKi AUK A;KXT$ FOIt .Nichols Shepard & Cos Vibrators. Beady for the Fray. HOBLITZELL Willi to Inform tho i,iililU),tli:it tliey ha...

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 May 1881

'Wealth is almost onmlotcnt, and Its organization is very perfect, but vou'll sec tlint once nwnkc, the mns.scs will ut:ili rings, Journals and pju ties, nn1 tlmt neither rings nor the sea board i iili-. this people." Wen dell Phillips. Air. Joint Voss who formerly re- sld.d here nml is now at Omaha, iirrlrcd hero mi Tuesday Inst, coming around liv JliirlniL'ton Junction mid .Mound Cltt. lie. says the liilon Pacific peo pie niv preparing for tlie expected June rio Uy removing everything portable from their shop. But the nwn who control tliM KijIoii Pacific nfTairv (here, do not knaw mueli nbont the Mi oun Hirer. If (hey did they never would have placed ouch valuable works on n rUr kunA bar, Gundy courts in Missouri are courts tt record. Never till iiow,nmoug Eng lish speaking people, was such a court held criminally liable for Its Judgment. Yit our United States District Courts nnvt mid Imprison Ihc poor devil fudges of Cass and other eountlr, when ever they refuse to entur judgment...

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