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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 13 May 1881

VOLUME XVI. A new town will be laid out on the aide of tho Hull's adjoining Craig. He.v. Mr. Miller will preach In Ore gon next Sabbath morning and evening. Mrs. C. A. Doughty Is visiting thu family of Neal HobuV.ell. .lames Hcdwlno of Wiswnsin has lncatcd on thu J. II. Jamison farm,onc-sind-ahnlf miles southwest of Oregon. Cave. I. Hunt of Cialg spent Sun day with friends In Oregon. He says never in the history of Craig has there been so inuuh house scrubbing. llov. S. Cnwthors will preach next Sabbath nt Trnirnvh school Houso in the forenoon nt eleven o'clock, and In the M. E. church in Oregon at ulght. Hew .7. W. Klnzer will preach next tiabbnlh tit ltiehvlllo in the forenoon and at Fierce seliool house at half patt three o'clock in tho ultcriiooii. S. 1). Mickey of Mound City was last Monday adjudged Insane by Judge llusscl and sent to the lunatic Asylum it St. Joseph. Charles Mosier of Forest City left last ltit Tuesday for California, to which State tuo removes on account of I...

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 May 1881

"S 1 Til E COUiNTY FAFEli. ltr DAVKKl'OItT .t UOI1Y.VN. OREGON, MO THE T1IOUN. Temple Bar. It wag morning In tbe garden, Llfo stirred among the trees, Where low love whispers answered To the wooing of the bretxe. And the birds were singing matins, Mot a Tolco was ont of tune, And the dew lay on the roses That crowned the month of June. And away tberc In the dlstanco Bhono a vision of the sea, And I plucked a rote for Molly As she crossed tho lawn to ma, O the glory of the sunshine I O the murmur of the hives I As we stood there onco, together In the morning of our lives. And the subtle, saintly fragrance Possessed me unawares, That floats about a maiden Just risen from htr prayers. And the parrot bowed his top-knot, To her Huger, from the perch, As the coftly hummed the hjran tune We ha, sung lsst night at church. Then half ashamed, 1 muttered, "Here's a rose for you, but sec, Deep In my clumsy finger, Tho thom remains with me I" Straight from bcr housewife dainty, She brought a nee...

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 May 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, By DAVEXPOKT BOIITNH. OREGON, MO TWO FISHERS. jonjj nuiaiiT, m, p. Wae morning when Spring was In her teens A morn to a poet' wlthtng, .All tinted In delicate picks and fjreeng MIssiBessle and I went Ashing. J In my rough and easy clothes, With my faco at the luri shine's mercy, ;Sho with her hat tipped down to her nose, And her nose tipped vice versa. 1 with my rod, my reel and my hooks, And ".'hamper for lunching recesses t Sho with the bait of her comely looks And the seine of her golden tresses : So we sat down on the sunny dike, Where the whlto pond lilies teeter, .And I went to flailing like quaint old Ike ' And she liko Simon Peter. JU1 the noon I lay In the light of her eyes, And dreamily watched and watted, "But the fish were cunnlrg and would not rise, And the baiter alone was baited. And when the time for departure came, The bag was flat as a flounder; But Bessie had neatly hooked her game A hundrert-and'ClRhty pounder. WXJUS, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. Petro...

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 May 1881

H H rfViMiF - kkkM m. kkkkm kkH kkM kM kkM kM kkH kkH kM IR i. Mr sMTUNE r am As v m vii iiimiii I 1 . But the Store is now booming. fceU ypu that This is the 'St" THE .COUNTY PAPER, DAVKNl'OKT & DOHYNS. OltKOON, MO; Kutsred at tho Postofrict at oreeon, Mo as tccond-class matter. Terms of Subiorlptlont TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN AIIVAJCCJK. FRIDAY. MAY :tH,,lfiHll Advertising Rates, which are very rcnsoaablo, when tho larjjn clr- 'cnlatlon of Tub County I'ai-kii Is considered ' will he inadu known on application to tho Pub- Ushers. Money may bo seat at our risk, by I'ostafflce order, uralt or rci;lstcrcU letter. Correspondcncu and newj are always desired, but letters must bo brief and mutt have the genuine linnm pt the author, not tor publication but at a ituaramy ot eol faith. Uorumuulcatlous lathe Interest ot candidate will bo chanted (or at the raU ot three cents nor word, cash In advaueo. Obituary poetry will be charged lor at the rate ot ten cents per Hue and Urn Cash must accom...

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 May 1881

LEAVE Your FOR AGRICULTURAL AT Barnes & NEW TO THE FRONT. i Allen, Frazer & Co., CKXKKAL HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS Wn liavo tho hirp'.xt Mini most eoinideto toek of Arlciillural Implements In the Holt county, ('(insisting nf Weir JMownt Dt'ora Plows ami Cultivators, . Lallarpii Plows and Cultivators, Weir Cultivators. Also the Standard of HxuoIKmi'cc, tlio Gilpin Sulky Plows, Stalk Cutters, 1 and a loi' Hay Itakes, Corn Planters, Corn Shelters, liarnes's Wire Cheek Kowers, Harrows, CAMPBELL CORN DRILL, HOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS, Buckeye Heaners and Binders, THE CALDWELL WAGONS, Pumps, Barbed Wive, i STOVES, AND TINWARE, TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION, u .- etc., are made Specialties. Uvevythhi? in the line of llavdwave ami Builders' Materials. Call and sot; us and jve will guarantee satisfaction. VK AUK ACKXTS KOIl Muhols Shepard & Cos Vibrators. Ready for HOBUTZELL Wish to inform the public that they have opened a Lumber Yard in Oregon, and are prepared to Mipply all kinds of LUMBER, ...

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 May 1881

ItOIlIM nKDUHKAHT. joiin o. wiuttikh, My old WcUh neighbor over the way Uiept slowly out In tho inn of Spring, rushed from licr tars tho locks of gray, Anil llrtencd to hear the robin Idr. Her fjranilson, playing at marblea, stopped And, ctucl In iport aa boya will be, Towed ft at one at the bird, who hopped From bough to bough In the maple tree, havo you not 1 "Nay," said the grandmother, " beird, My foor, bad boy I of the fiery ptt ; And how drop by drop this merciful blul Carries tho water that quenches 111 "He brluis cool dew In his little bill, And lets It fall oh tho souls of sin ; You can see the mark on his red-breast still Of fires that ecorch as ho drops It In. My poor Uron rhuddynl my brcait-burned Mrdl Binding eo f.wcctly from limb to limit ! Very dear to tho heart of our Lord Is ho who pities the lost like him." Araenl I said to the beautiful myth; Blip, bird of God, lit mv heart as well; Each cood ihouRbt Is a drop wherewith To cool ard lessen the fires of Hell. Prayer...

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 May 1881

JOHIAR. Dclpha. 1 never kin forget the day ' That wo went out walktn', An ot down on the river bank An' kep' on hours atalktn; Oc twisted up my apron string An' folded It together, An' raid be thought for harvest tlmo Twm cur'ns kind o' weather. The tun went down as we sot there Jotlar seemed uneany, An' mother she began to call : "Loweyl oh, Lowcttyl" An' then Joslar spoke right up, As I was justnsUrtln', An' said, ''Loweezy, what's the use Of us two ever partlu'l" It kind o' took me by surprise And yet I knew 'twas comln' I heard It all the summer long, In every wild bee's hummtn' ; I'd studied out the way I'd act, But law 1 1 couldn't do It; I meant to hide my love from him, But seems as It he knew It, An' look In' down Into my eyes He must a seen the fire, An' ever since that bour I're loved An' worshiped mvJoclir. THE SDN AND HIS DROTHER S17N& The Distance from tlio Knrth to the Bull nnd the Fixed 8tms. Trafciior Ulctard A. Troctorln Kcw York Trlbano. Whon wo look nt tho sk...

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 May 1881

NOTICE. Feeling sufficiently recuperated, nf tor n rest of nearly throe months, 1 this week resume editorial work on Tub County Patkiv. W. W. Davkni-okt. The Court House Repairs. As lieretoforo Ptatcnl tn this paper, tho County Court nt its recant term mailo a contrnot with Moses Dennett to make repairs nnd improvements on the Court Honvs building amounting to $8,500. As tho sum Is a pretty largw one, our render will doubtless bo glad to learn what these repairs, cte., nro to consist of 5 and, in order to furnish them Inlor mation on the subject, wo liavo exam incd tho plans, prepared by John lr elue of St. Joseph and adopted by the Court, from which wo glean tho follow ing particulars. Tho building is to have n general overhauling, and its shape when coin, pletcd will somewhat rcsemblo u Greek cross. On the north centre of the old building nn addition, thirteen feet Mpiaro on the inside, will be built, which will contain a double stairway (one on each side tho front door) lead ing ...

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 May 1881

mil i mU-fnit ... '-V (URM 3CINE Ul HOW COtlKTY. MS. VOLUME XVI. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1881. NUMBER 4) Iter. S. Carothers will preach in Oregon next Sabbath morning nml night. Died, May 17th, thc,littlo daughter of Mr. Zaolimnn, living two milos south of New Point. Dlsiuii.se, spinal mciiln gells. A. J. Jamison of Mound Clty,who in oiio of tlio most promising young lawyers in this part of I lie State, went down to Callaway county last week and wilt bring baek with him a brand new wife. We) extend The Ojuntv Fa I'Kit'rt hearty congratulations. fiovernmont is going to discontin ue tin; the coimiiro of nickels. If that is done we are a goner. How dors the government intend to provide for the editors? Such legislation is a .dlreot ttab at the liberty of the press give us nickels or give us death. It Is all right to pray for deliver nueo from sudden death, but that kind of n prayer, bneked up by .1 general re inoval of all disease breeding filth would be more effectual. Nor i...

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. — 20 May 1881

turn'" , I' THE COUNTY PAPER, lly KAVEM'UKT .t: IIOIIY.SM. OREGON, MO CNAWAHK. There Is a song some one must sing, In tender tones and low, With pink lips curled ant) quivering, And eyes with dreams aglow. There Is some one must hear the tunc And feel the thrilling words, As flowers feel, In every June, The wings of humming birds. And she who (logs must never learn What good her song has done, Albeit the hearer slowly turn lllm drowsily as one, Who feels through all his being thrown The Influence sweet and slight Of strange and subtle perfume, blown 0! dewy groves by night. Carlylo on Duko William. UY 1IKNI1V JAMES. Mr Atlant'c. 4,I heard Carlylo, last night, maintain his habitual thesis against Mr. Tenny son, In tho presenco of Mr. Moxon and one or two other persons. Carlylo rode a very high horso Indeed, being Insplr cd to mount nnu lavishly ply tno spur by Mr. Tennyson, for whom ho has tho liveliest regard; and it was not long be foro William tho Conqueror and Oliver Crcmwcll wer...

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. — 20 May 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER By OAVGirORT A SORYNS. OflEOON. MO TUE HIGHLAND TAItTAN. Dear to each Highland soldier's heart The Tartan of his dan. 33rmbo? ot glory and ot pride. To every Highland man. ) "Whether ho dwell 'mid Athole'a hills, Or where the winding Tay, By Dlrnam'a glens and forests fair, To ocean wenls Its way: Or nearer to the northern star, Where slows tho mountain crown, Ard towering over silver lakes, Stern peaks ot granite frown. Tn mnfMnnllv. far or TlpftT. Whero Highland men are known, The Tartan platd Is greeted still With homage all Its own. Still to Ihe 1'lbroch's stirring strains On many a foreign shore, Tho Highland clans press nobly on To victory, as of yore. True to traditions of the past, True to their ancient fame, Nay Caledonia's children add Fresh glories to her name. business is carried on is shown by tho fact that tho Vfholosalo prico of vinegar In Boston averages nino cents per gallon, muoUbf it bolng sold as low ns six conts, whilo tho genuino artiolo can no...

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. — 20 May 1881

m amiffi! 1 l Z uui ine lact is WILL E. btore is now booming. Toll Trrn -f-ki 4- mi , . j t v-x j.wn x ma is me Our Stock is complete, Tin: COUNTY PAPER, I A VT. X I ') I IT .fc DOIIYNS. 'oiVkiion', mo. l.nUre ,1 at the I'oituluce lit Oregon, Mo., sccom.elaiH Natter. Termi of Subscription: TWO HOLLA Its A YKAK IXAHVAXdK, I'KIDAV. MAV SO. 18811 r5liTlrrtrt Wtun mm Hi) Advertising Ratoi, Ta'hlch nm wry rcaninnlile. when the law clr riilnttnn nl Til k County P.Wkii lieoiulilcre.1 will lie Hindu klitmu mi application to the Pub. Miners. Money may licicat at our rlk by l'mtufflro oriler, ilraft or rci;litercil letter. (.'orrcponilciicu ami new am always ilcalm), but letters limit lip hrlrf ami Mint buvr dip rpiuiIiio naiuu of the author, nut (or publication but as a guaranty tit hih1 fallli. Communications In the Interest ot camthlate will iKirhvrgcil Inr at the ratti of tliren cents per wonl, cash In ailvauee. Obituary lioMry will bp char,:cil tnr at the rate ot ten cent per llnp and Il...

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. — 20 May 1881

LEAVE Your Orders FOR AGRICULTURAL Implements AT Barnes & Collison's NEW POINT. TO THE FRONT. Allen, Frazer & Co., CKXKltAfj HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS . Kvory mciIiIit or iiomlnnor wlio will send his or liei1 uililross m n postal eiiril to J. II. Hotilc, Washington. I). C. will rcceivu frco it copy of tm ciglil- piifju piipnr ilovotuil to' tlm intuicst of bohlurs. .Mention this pnpcr. FRANK G. HOPKINS, DIMI.KIt IX Guns, Fishing Tackle, AND Wo liiivo tlio Impost Mini most coinplotu stock of Agricultural Implements In the Holt county, consisting of Woir 1'lown, Deere Plows mul Cultivators, Lnllnrpo Plows itnd Ctiltivnioi'H, Weir Cultivators. Also the Stmuliml of Excellences the Gilpin Sulky Flows, Stalk Cutler, 1 ami horse Hay Hakes, Corn Planters, Corn Shelters, Uarnes's Wire Check Jtowers, Harrows, CAMPBELL GORN DRILL, HOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS, Buckeye Ifestpers ami Binders, THE GALDWELL WAGONS, Pumps, Barbed Wirv, STOVES, AND TINWARE, TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION, Sporting Apparatus 10...

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. — 20 May 1881

A COQUKTTE. rom Temple nr. 8tie rambled through the meadows wide, 80 richly gemmed with dew; Her hair was bright as golden light, Her ejes were azure blue. And shyly, there, the farmer lad Defrayed his love and woe; She passed him by With head held high, And coldly answered "Nol" She wandered to the woodland pool, I)y wild flowers all brglrt-, She saw her beauty In Its depth, And smtlcd the pretty flirt t .And there the curato told his lore, Though hope was almost dead ; But though she sighed She naught replied, She only shook her head. She lingered by the broid park gate, The old lord lingered too; He sought the maiden for his bride, And knew too, how to woo. And though he fclgnedlove's sad despair, Her answer he could guess; But could nit spy Her triumph high, She smiled, and whloered "Vc." THE TWO PIPERS OF DUNTROON. Stories of Scotch Devotion. tloo.1 Wordi. Lonely on Its rock, wiishcd by tho sea waves, which 011 a stormy day dash up against tho windows of tho upper story, stands...

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. — 20 May 1881

MOUNr SHASTA. JOAQUIN MILLET!. To lord allJOodlandl lift the brow Familiar to tb raoon, to top The unlrciaal world, to prop Tlio hollow heavens up, to tow Btcrn constancy with atars, to keep Eternal watch whtlo eons Bleep ; To tower proudly up and touch Hod's purple garment-hems that sweep The cold blue north I Ob, this were much I Whero storm-born shadows hide and hunt I know thec, In thy glorious youth, And loved thy VASt face, wktto as truth; I stood whero thunderbolts were wont To smlto thy Tltan-f ashloncd front, And heard dark mountains rock and roll; I saw the lightning's gleaming rod Reach forth and write on heaven's scroll Tho awful autograph of God I SOME FACTS ABOUT DIAMONDS. HliUrlcAl Gamarrrsent Condition anil Tctiulencjr of tho Trade. New Tork Graphic. A Graphic reporter yesterday dropped Into tho store of a prominent diamond broker on Broadway, and had an enter taining conversation with tho dealer on tho subject of diamonds. "Tho diamond isau lntoro9tingthomo for exte...

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. — 20 May 1881

THE LAP OF LUXURY OAllFIRI.lt AND CON'KI.IXU. Tliuqimrrul between the President anil Senator Conkllng assumed a new phaso last Monilay, when both the Now I York Senators, Conkllng and Platte, forwarded their restlgnntlons to the (lov crnur ot that State. Ah the legislature is still in session, the object of tho re- ' signing Senators seem to bo to go be-fdt-nlli.it lindv fi.r re-election, and in case they secure it they will consider It . n commission from tho Republicans of thetr State to fight Garfield during the remainder of his administration. Tho strangest feature about thu matter Is that both branches of tho New York leg islature have, by resolution, formally endowed tho nomination by tho Presi dent ot Judiro Kobertson for Collector . of tho nort of New York, and Conk- llng's opposition to Kobertson Is tlio main cause of the quarrel. How the legislature, after having thus cniiorsuii the President, can now turn round nnd endorse Conklhig, by re-electing lnm, Is ono of thorn thi...

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. — 27 May 1881

VOLUME XVI. Advice t(i young men with matrl tnonlul intentions: Instead ot marry iiigund settling down, remain slnglo una settw np. Don't put your jioim toi close lo j-otir house. U don't pay to raise twcnty-iiro cunt hogs to breed twenty- nve Hollar doctor lillK A in w and popular drink in is is called "Muy-wntor." It tnnke you drunk, mid it may not. Knn may -ow- ing to how muuli you drink. There will 1m an eclipse of the sun m the 29th of tills mouth, but it had just us well not happen, ns wo etin't mu it witliout going to .sla, and it Is ueh ti busy tinio. Toll yimr fripiuls in thu Kint. that It I fur cheaper to eomo to Northwest Missouri and liny our fertllu lnnu, than logo farther West nnd buy infcilnr lands, besides stemming tliu tides of drouth and grasshoppers. A number of our farmers have adopted a new plan this sou-on: thev break ten or fifteen acres of ground and . then plant It. Hy this method, whom a I farmer has a hundred or nunc acres of corn to plant Itv thu time his...

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. — 27 May 1881

THE 1,1 rTI.KSIIOK. LauRhloi?. Ami hummln; an Mlc air, I threw the drawers' contents alde; Trlfl.'a ot ol.l ihys I scattered there, And papers Inhatto untied. Struck, as It were, by a random shot, I felt an old wound bleed anew; Carelessly seeking I know not what, I came on a little shoe. Jtemorj dished on me; sadly sweet Rang out the merry laugh ot yore ; Echoed the beat of tlioc tiny leet That pattered along the floor. Chubby round face, sodemura and wise Bhonc out with brow so angel (air; Dreamy reflection of harebell eyes, And lialo of golden hair. l'et lumen, and Jokes of her Infaut play, 8truck on the heart with a sadden blow; Ufa In the morn ot one dreadful day, And death ere tbesun was Ion 1 Poor 1 tt tie relic! brief hour of sport! What shame to me, If tears will fall Springtime of babyhood, oh, how short 1 This poor little shoe ho- small I JOHN'S WIFE. Whatever possessed brother John to go up to tho city nnd marry that little yollow-halrcd, blue-eyed bit of a school girl, ...

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. — 27 May 1881

CHILDREN'S C011NEB. CHILD FANCIES. HT ANTHONY 15. ASDKnSOS. Yo.tf T-lk.' rVo.r-1. I'd like to know If -tars are really worlds Mamma told me 10 lat night; And every one that twinkles In the sky Glows with beauty, warmth and llghtl The moon, she laid, was one great turning sphere, Cold and dark and bleak and bare; It teems so strange and queer to think of It 'TIs not fair and brlfrht up there I I'm sure the moon mutt be a lovely boat, Grandly sailing o'er a sea; lis filled with treasures rare and sacks of gold, That a young prince brings to me I Bright sides of silver has my fairy boat, Moonbcanvosrs that gleam and shine; I think I tear my fair prince sing for me, (Cricket voice so clear and fine I) Or else the moon's a graceful Illy on DcfF-blue depths of upper sea; And every star must be a daisy face, 8mlllng, nodding unto met The Gnmo ol'ItcTcrHC I.crnlinsrH. "l'vo biought a Hst of words," ro marked tho ovor holplul KUty, "and I'll conv otTsomo for each of you. Thon you'll think of...

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. — 27 May 1881

thi: COUNTY PAPER, DAVl'.SI'OHT A DOIIYNS. OUCdON, M(l. Kntereil at the I'mlnnice second-class, mutter. lit Orrtfun, 11 u us I A couple of year ago tho kiiiiiu men now unjriigod in that husincss killed ! Conkling, Aitlmr, Cornell, IMalt, mill other Kepuhlicun leader. In New Vurk, i lint tin; trouble was that they wouldn't stav killed. Two of them became I'liltcd States .Senators, u third Vlee President, and u fourth (iovernor of ' New York. FURNITURE. Oh, What A Cough!. Will Von lieeil tlii Wiimltiir. Tim i" mil )iur)iaM of the sum approach of that J l',,dubltiMii, under circumstances which At. hist we arc to have an out and j . . ...... t l ...! cntitusi net ween I'lonioiiioii ami aim-1 lUliLLiflzHY Term of Snbaoriptlonl TWO UOI.MKM A YKAH IS ADVASCr. VIUDAY, MAY 1HH1J mi I. K. S. 'Advertising Rates. lilch are very reasonable, when tin- larc- clr rulaUnu nf TllK (.ol'.Nrv wlll tic made kliuwli mi Ushers. New Orleans is Mined anew bv 1 iicrltuonlous dlcusslnn ot the origin of ' the ...

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