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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 27 May 1881

LEAVE Your Orders FOR AGRICULTURAL AT Barnes & NEW POINT. TO THE FRONT. Allen, Frazer & Co., CRAIG, 3VLO., HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS XX3.A.Tli.:iK. We have the largest and most complete stock of Agricultural Implements in the liolteounly, eonsitmr of YVoir 1'Iowm, Dcure Plows and Cultivators, LsiIIiivju! Plows unci Cultivators, Weir Cultivators. Also tlie Htaiulnvtl ol ExvulU'iicu, the Gilpin Sulky Plows, Stalk Out t its, 1 mid 2 liorsp liny Rakt'S, Com Planters, Corn Shcllers, llnntfs's "Wire Oho.cik Mowers, Harrows, CAMPBELL CORN DRILL, H00SIER WHEAT DRILLS, Ituekove Moaners and llintlers, THE CALDWELL WAGONS, Pumps, PniiK'd Wirt', STOVES, AND TINWARE, TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION, .,.vK..r- ote., nre made Snrelalties. l?vorytlihir in the line of Hardware ami Builders' Materials. Call and see us and we will guarantee satisfaction. VH AUK AtiKNTfi 1-Olt Muhols Shepard THE FAMOUS Studebaker Wagons, CARRIAGES, BUCCIES and SLEICHS. We desire to call the attention of our patrons to tke...

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. — 27 May 1881

run i.i iiini nt t ti i nun i m . .. i iu & mjuhix rArJfiii, uatc news My IIATKM-OKT A UUI1T.VN. OHEGON, MO I.UCII COKUISK. Low nt the roots of the Cuhiilllti Goralsk has Its rock-hewn beds Illnck tH'iiriith nre- Its wntcrs, Illnck nro the hlll ovorlirnd, l'oiikcil ntnl rittcil mid JiiiWd, lluunt of the kite mul the itlcnn. Never Is dipped In Its margin Hoof of the ntitlrrpil stiuri Tree or Mower ncer (trows there, Nor the spotted ruh, nor the tliiir; Only (rniy Mutches of lichen Benin the dark fneo of tbecrng. Orlm nre the rldires of llliinvln, Thnt snort nt the wind nnd the cloud! Bnro Isthe scnlpof the Cnlllench As she wraps her In luUt like n shroud) ni tciviii'uiniTu j-cuir-iiii-jf ncnii Js the sitvngcst hill or thotrowd. What could 0kI mean by this hcll-ptitc! How could It come from his hands I'erfect In hormrof darkness ...Won)' heart of the lands V here the Maellends mid MaeDonalds' Illoodcil the dirks of their luinds? Green nretherltrs if Duttvemiti, Armadale s wood an-...

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. — 27 May 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, By DAVENPORT A BOBYNI, OREGON, : : : MO A MUDKtlK l'AHTOUAL. London Otphto I watch them stand, a pensive pair, Betide the sedgy pond; The youth la tall, the maiden fair, And both of them are fond. But though they talk, as ptople may, Of topics far and near, 'This la not what ho wants to say, Nor what the fain would hear. 'There's nothing tn the maiden's eyes To make a man despond, "Tet words upon the Hps that rlso Will never go beyond. And when he talks of cheapened hay, Or coals extremely dear, "This Is not what he wants to say, Or what she fain would hear. 'They're turning back, for Hesper blinks Above them In the blue; And "Now or never" Dcmou thinks, Her father's door In view. "He takes her hand, he has his way, lie cries, "I love you dcarl" Ah, that Is what he meant to say, And what she longed to bear 1 MAXIMPS. ADELiroH modem. hold htm great who for love's sako Can give with generous, earnest will; Tet he who takes for love's sweet sake I think I hold more ge...

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. — 27 May 1881

mUCHS TI WEEK coxicmNa'sr.viTUTo ins i-'iiinsns Whatever else may bo said nt Senator Conkllng, it is certainly to his credit that he can nover bo nectised of desert ing Ills friends. This trait In his rhninc- tor was strikingly cvcinpllncil last Sat urday night nt an Interview between himself and hU sup porters, at his rooms in New York Conkllng announced personally hu pre ferred to retire- to private- life than cuter upon the duties of .Senator, lie had his Statts to test ids abilities for many years, and ho was ready now to i step down and allow come other man to taku his place, lint notw.thtiud-i hl personal feelings in tint matter lie felt it was due his friends to lak.i their ! advice In a pietlon of so great import mice, and lie was ready to suci-ilice his ' personal Icollngs to their demands. He wanted it distinctly undents id, how ever, in eau of his again hecowlng a ' candidate for Seifator that Mr. I'latt mnit be united with him. He will be n party to no arrangement by whi...

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. — 3 June 1881

. - (URM SCtNC IN HOLT COUKTV. MO.t VOLUME XVI. Jones, Townsend &Co., Kcspectftilly asks thu nttunltun of THE PEOPLE OF HOLT COUNTY TO THEIlt SPLENDID ASSORTMENT -OK Spring Clothing llnr Men, Hoy's Youth's and Chllilrun, (Jomplcto In all linos Assort ed with great care anil bought under the most favorable circumstan ces for cash. Our Motto is Fair timl Square Dealing. All goods are marked and sold at thu LOWEST LEGITIMATE PRICES. wn propone giving entire satisfaction to all, or thu uionoy cheerfully refunded. Wo solicit vour patronage. Hemembcr the plaee, JOPES, TOWNSEND & CO,, 4th & Felix Street, ST- JOSEPH MO A. M. SAXTON. SAXTON & HENDRICK, Jewelers, Jewelers, WIlOI.KSAI.r. ANI HKTAII. DKAI.KUH IS Fine Watches, Rich Jewelry, Sterling Silverware, Silver Plated Ware, French and American Clocks. Opera Glasses, Spectacles, Jn fact 't'rjtliliiK l'l'rtiilnliiK tntluuli'wilry Inuli'. V shall otrcr extra Inducement tn pur eliaers tlienimlim svawm. A Ml nf llisptictlnn Isr...

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. — 3 June 1881

THE COUNTY TAPER, Hy ItAVKft I'OBT dc sonTxa. OREGON, MO THE AWAKKNINU YEAH. T. B. HERD, The blueblrda and the violets Are with us once main, And promises of summer spot The hlllstdc and the pUln. The clouds along the mountain tops Are riding on the breeze, Their trailing axurc trains ot mist Are tangled in the trees. The snow-drifts, which have lain so long, Haunting the hidden nooks, Like guilty ghosts have slipped away, Unseen, Into the brooks. The streams are fed with generous rain, They drink the wayside springs, And flutter down from crag to crag, Upon their foamy wings, Through all the long wet nights theo brawl Hy mountain homes remote, Till woodmen la their sleep behold Their ample rafts afloat. The Isry wheel that hung so dry Above the Idle stream, Whirls wildly In the misty dark And through the miller's dream. Loud torrent unto torrent calls, Till at the mountain's feet, Flashing afar their spectral light, The noisy waters meet. 15th. They meet, and through thelowlaudsswc...

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. — 3 June 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, By UATINroRT fc BOHTNft. OREGON, MO A FOnKHODINO. VIOLET TASK, S Dcnot dread n altered heart, Or that long lino of land or sea Should separate my love from mc, I dread that drifting slow apart All unresisted, unrestrained Which comes to some when the; have gained The dear endeavor ot their eoxl. As two light skills that sailed together, "Through days and nights of tranqHll weather, Adown some Inland stream, might be Drifted asunder, each from each; TVhcn, floating with the tide they reach The hoped-for end, the promised goal, Tho sudden glory of the sea. FAKM, IHHDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. I.nycrlnu IIomcm. A London authority gives tho follow ing modo of pioceduro in layering roses: About tho mlddlo of July, in most seasons, tho shoots will bo found about eighteen lnchos or two feet in lougth; from those, two-thirds of their length, tho loaves should bo cut off loso to tho shoot, beginning at tho baso, with a very sharp knifo; tho shoot must then bo brought to tho ground, ...

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. — 3 June 1881

Tim g&UNTY PAPER, llAVKNI'OinV. DOIIYXy. titi:iN; silt. Kntercil at tlio Itwtnfllcc lit OroKoii, Mo., as seeoail-clii'Vi matter, Term of Snbaoripttont TWO DOLbAltS A YKAtf IN AllVASCE. l'UIDAY, JUNK U. 18HI t "J i AitvortUlnr; Rntet, nii'U are. vory reasonable, when the larjie rlr-i filiation otTitK Count v iwi-kii u eiuisiiiereil iwu'ri. ,i"U K1"mM,""",i " ""'"''- Money may I it nt m.r n.k hv lw-m. .. i .outer, itratt or rrttWervil letter. (orreinmViieu Mini new are always desired, lmt letters mint lie lirlef ami must have Hie Keimliie name of the aullior. not tor publication tint as a cu.iraiity .fKmt fallli. ; ('oniiiiiiulratloiis In the Interest of enmtiilatet will lie eiivrccd for nt the rain of three cents pernnnl, cah la mUnuee. obituary pixlry will lie chan;cil for at the rate of ten rents mt line ami tliu Cash lin.it accompany thu numusi'ilpl. licjrrtcil manuscript will not lie returned. U-tlers ror pnlillcvllon slmuM reach ih by Trtesilay n.on lo hiMire Insertion In th...

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. — 3 June 1881

Ik, r a.. LEAVE Your Orders FOR AGRICULTURAL Implements AT Barnes & Collison's NEW POINT. TO THE FRONT. Allen, Frazer & Co., HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS W.i luivo thu lavpi'st mid must eoniituti) stuuk of A-,'iii!ultuttil Implumonts in the llnlteoiiuty, I'oin.i.stmg of Wish Plows, Dcerts IMows and Cultivators, Liillnvpo Plows and Cultivators, Weir Cultivators. Also the Standard of Excellence, the Gilpin Sulky Plows, Stalk Cutters, J and 2 horse Hay Hakes, Corn Planters, Corn Shellers, Uarnes's Wins Check Kowers, Harrows, CAMPBELL CORN DRILL, H00S8ER WHEAT DRILLS, Uuckeye Ifeaners and Hinders, THE 8&10WELL WAGONS, Punins, Barbed Wire, 'ES, AND TINWARE, TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION, w"f- etc., are nutde Specialties, lilverytliinff in Hie line of Hardware and Guilders' Mitli'.risils. Call and see us tuul we will iniarantee satisfaction. VM A1!M ACKNTft KOlt Muhols Shepard & Co's Vibrators. THE FARflOUS Studebaker Wagons, CARRIAGES BUGGIES and SLEIGHS. We.leslte lo call the attent...

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. — 3 June 1881

s ONR AND TIIKN ANOTHRlt. One step unit and then Another, Anil tho longest walk Is ended; One stitch and then another, And tho longest rent Is mended. One brtck upon another, And tho highest wall la made ; , One Bake upon another, And the deepest anow la laid. So the little choral workers, By their slow and constant motion, Have built those pretty IbUlJs In the distant dark blue ocean; And the noblest undertakings Man's wisdom hath conceived, By oft-repeated effort lias been patiently achieved. Then do not look disheartened On the work you have to do, And say that such a mighty task, You never can get through ; But Jast endeavor, day by day, Another point to gain, And soon the mountalu which you feared Will prove to be a plain. 'Home was not bullded In a day," The ancient pr-vcrb teaches, And nature, by her trees and flowers, The asm? awectsermon preaches. Think not of far-off duties, But of duties which ara near, And having once begun to work, Resolve to persevere. THE BRIBE ELECT....

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. — 3 June 1881

CHILDREN'S CORNER. THE DLACKSUITU MAN. nmnciicoBuihiia. . I My mother put an apron on to keep my coat-1 left CeAO I And wubbers en my little booU, and then Igo I Against the btackemtth' doorway, to watch the coal flro thine, The bellows heave, the hammers awing I with I ther were all mine I Thehoraea bend their lege and atacd; I don't ace how thev can: But I would lore to thoo thctr feet Just like the blacksmith man. Tane-dlddte. tang dlddlo, tane-dlddlo-tanl What a Jolly noise he makes, the blacksmith man I When I grow up an old-big man, with whiskers on my chin, I will not havo a grocery-store, or dry-goods store or tin; I will not be a farmer, or a lawyer, not a bit; Or President all the other boyaaro meaning to be It Or a banker, with money bills piled high upon the stan1 I'd rather hold the red-hot Iron and bcab!ack smith man. Tang-dlddle, tang-dlddle, tang-dlddlc-tan I Ob, what a Jolly noise ho makes, the black smith mnn I The blacksmith man has got such arms; his shoo Is such...

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. — 3 June 1881

38SHS COXKL1XO VlfOTOGltAI'IIKI). Scnntur Ingalls of Kansas notoriously Jrisscssos a very venomous tongue. Hut ie 1h ix brilliant rascal, mid, m n rrrent interview with a reporter of tho heaven worth 'I'ltims, he photographed Senator Colliding moro correctly than wo have .ever before sunn. Wo copy a portion .of tlio interview: Tin: UKfimi.tOAN itki.inu. IIiw do the Itnpubllcnti Suiuitoi's feci regarding the resignation of Mr. Conk- ling? Thoy genurnlly regard the resign ation nsnn liidefeiisil)le,!nexeti'.:ille and illogical act for which no sensible ivaMiu enn ho given and no good ariiunicni of fered u senMitionnl,clilldish, ihinttlcal, mock lii'rnlu display of III humor, woun ded Yaiiitynnd offended arrogance mid conceit. Withotl i! itisultutinn with elt -cr political friend or foe, m far as is known, hedcllDi-ratelv threw the oigani zation of the Senate into the liamli of the IJemocrais. It was the general be lief at the li mo that the New York Leg islature hail been polled In ad...

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. — 10 June 1881

(MRM SOIIt M MOLT COUNTY. MA. VOLUME XVI. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1881. NUMBER 52 X H Hulivriber, If you wo a letter X on the laarnlnot jour paper It means Unit your suhicrlntlon for The County I'apkii Iim expired mid that ycu arc 111 arrears for the name, and liapo you will coma mitt see m at your earliest Ksslblo coiiwnlenct. "A displayed advertisement And a local now and then, Will add tn the ntgrandlemcnt Of pushing business men." Send tiH in the news. A cricket club lias been organized at fit. Joseph. Iter. Mr. Miller will preach nt New Tolnt on next Subbnth morning mid evening. Tho two new elevators recently built at Mound City, nro now in order to receive grain. Dr. Crane, one of the early prac titioners of Oregon, died at his homo in Urownvtlle, Nebraska, Sunday last. Joseph Goldsbcrry of Crnlff, has moved to Mound City, and is erecting a mammoth- livery stable in that city We would like to Inquire why fish ing partle always carry their bait in a jug or bottle. Do...

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. — 10 June 1881

UK TRUK. orillat nonar. Thoa mast bo tra tbyself, If thou tho truth wouldst teach; Taj soul mutt overflair, If thou Ano'.her's tout would reach ; It needs tho orerflow of heart To give the Hps full speech. Think truly, anil thy thoughts Bhall the world's famine feed; Speak truly, and each word of thine Shall be a fruitful seed ; truly, and thy life shall be A great and noble creed. NIGIIT. lght djw-tlpped comes, and every gleaming star Its silent place assigns In yonder sky; The moon walks forth, and fields and groves - afar, Touched by her light, tn silver beauty lie In solemn peace, that no sound comes to mar; Hamlets and peopled clttai slumber nigh; While on this rock, tn meditation's mien, Lord of the unconscious world, I sit un seen. SENTENCED TO HE SHOT. Fanner Owen's son had been found nsloep when doing sentinel duty, and ho was sentenced to bo shot. A telo gram had boon rccolvod 07 his father, saving tbat tho scntenco would bo carried out In twenty-four hours. Mr. Allan, tho...

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. — 10 June 1881

WHEItK IS VOCnnOY TO MOUTT Life Is teeming with evil mirti, The Rites of tin are wide, ' The roay Angers ot pic Mure ware, And beckon the young Inside. Man ot the world, with open purse, Seeking yonr own delight, Pause, ere reason Is wholly gone Where It jour boy to-night 1 Sirens aro singing on every hand, Luring the star of youth ; Glided falsehood with tttTer notes Drowneth the yolee of Truth. "Dainty lady In costly robes, Tour parlors Rleam with light! Fate and beauty your senses steep Whero Is your boy to-nlghtt Tempting whispers of royal spoil flatter the youthful soul Eagerly entering Into life, Restive ot all control. Needs aro many, and duties stern Crowd on the weary sight; Father, burled In business cares, Where Is your boy to-night I Fltf alls lurk In the flowery ways, Vice hath a golden gate; Who shall guide the unwary feet Into the highway straight! Patient worker with willing hand Keeping tho home hearth bright; Tired mother with tender eyes, Where is your boy to-nigh...

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. — 10 June 1881

THE (jGOUlTY PAPER, DpityXH. fe WAT.T.KU, OIIKIION, MO. , Entered at the l'oMofllce at Oregon, Mo., us second-class matter. not Tormt of Subscriptions TWO DOI.UItK A YEAH IXADVAXCT. FRIDAY, JUNK 10.1H81. Advertising Rate., w hlrli are very reasonable, when the larne clr dilation tit Tilt. lou.NTV l'.U'KK Is considered Mill bo made known mi application to tlie I'uli Ushers. Money msv b sent t unt rnk tiy rnsNfflce order, dr.itt or rrjtltcreil letter. rorrei"tienei and news art1 always desired, but letters mmt tn lirlet and miit liae the genuine nniuo ot the autlior. lint (or publication tint as a guaranty f point faith. ('nmniiiiitfntloiis In tin- Interest ot candidates utllberManatt for at tlir rata of three rents per word, rah In aihauce. Obituary wlry will lie eliarRfil for at tlie rate ot ten cents per lino amt thu Cash must accompany tlio manuscript. Uejecle(lmaimerlit will not lie returned. I.ettf m for publication should reaeli tn liy Tnesday tnon to Insure Insertion In tliat ...

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. — 10 June 1881

I.S. Faris & Co., Are receiving and opening from dry to day, one of the Larg est, Handsomest and Cheapest Stocks oar of Dry Golds that It has ever been their p easuro to offer to the public and at prices that defy competition-Their stock Is complete In every particular Including all tlio novelties of the season. Remember" tlint wo have not adopted tho "Department System,1' thereby detaining our customer nnneccs.iarlally, but de liver their, Roods nt once. All arc invited to call mid seo us, us wo will not bo undersold. Itcnietnber the riuco. M. S. Faris & Co., N. W. Corner 4th & Felix Sts., ST. JOSEPH- Jones, Townsend &Co.. Uesneetfully asks the attention of THE PEOPLE OF HOLT COUNTY TO TllKIlt SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Spring Clothing llor Men, llov's Youth's and Children, Completo In all lines Assort ed with roaV care and bought under tho most, favorable circumstan ces for wish. Our Motto is Fair and Square Dealing. All goods m o marked and sold at tho LOWEST LEGITIMA...

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. — 10 June 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. Br DATKSPOKT At DOHT.NB. OREGON, i S i MO A FAHKWKLL. farewell, dsys, and months, and years; Farewell, thoughts, and hopes, and tears; Farewell, old delight and woe; Farewell, self of long ago I In the old familiar place Time sped on at slower pace Past recall Indesd you He, Days, and months, and years gone by, Now the old familiar door Shuts us out for evermore . Farewell, house no more our homel Others, In the years to come, Hither homeward will return On the hearth tbelr fires will burn ; Children that we do not know Gather round the bllthsome glow; Other feet will tread the stair, Other Kuests be welcomed there. We, whose home tt was betere Shall be strangers evermore 1 Maybe, In the years to come, Past the house our feet may roam Orer all a subtle change Will have stolen and made It strange, And the house wo leave to-day Will have vanished quite away. In this house, Joy and care We shall have no lot nor share: And all our life herein will seem Like a half-forg...

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. — 10 June 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, Mr MTINNKT MBTXI. OREGON, MO CHILDREN'S CORNER. COUNTIES Or IOWA. Oar home U In low Westward toward the Mttlng sunt Jast between two might; riren, Where the crjiUl wtr ran. lit hss town nd It his cities, It has many noble streams, St has Just ninety-nine counties, And we'll now repeat their names. JLyon, Osceola, Dickinson, Where Spirit lake yon see, Emmet, also Winnebago, Worth Is near lake Albert Lea. Mltobell, Howard, Winneshiek, And Allamakee ro flae, Mako cleTcn counties On the Minnesota line. Clayton, Dubuque, Jackson, Clinton, Together with Bcott and Muscatine, liee, Louisa and Dcs Moines, On the eastern side are seen. Van Buren, Davis, Appanoose, Decatur, Ulngnold, Wayne we spy; Taylor, Vtfce and Fremont, On the Missouri border lie. Pottawattamie, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Woodbury, Plymouth, Bloux, Are all the counties that around The borders of our state we view. Hext we namo Kossuth, O'Brien, Palo Alto, Clay, Hancock, Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Then see Chickasa...

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. — 10 June 1881

TIIK CONTEST AT AI.HAN Y. Tho latest nows from Albany Is about t'le same tlml wo gavo our romlcrs lust visck. Thu monotony of thu situation it gradually becoming exciting, but (Nevertheless thu contest lias boon going ,on tho past week with groat earnestness and wo must mill, groat bitterness. .Conkllng nnd his friends found It utter ly impracticable to secure or forco a (Caucus of tho Republican members of thc.I..csrlslnturo, and thus bring to bear the force of party dlsolpllno anil tactics to instiro them a triumph In a conteJt within tho pales of tho party. Admin istration .Republicans not unnaturally refused to go Into a oajuus for tho nom liitttlon of candlilatus fiitlr'biiator In tho face of tho patent fact that Mr. Conk ling would havu a majority, though, at best, barely u majority of the caucus, and could thuasoeuru his own return to tho seat which fiUd so recklessly and so foolishly vncalW. And thnn tlmt In, would make thatf return, thu ground of continuing tho war that ho ...

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