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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 1 July 1881

Tin: Legislature of IllinoU, tit 1U recent session, passed tin net to prevent nntl ptinlidi tho tulttltcrntton ami sale of any article of food, drink, or modi cum, nnd litis net takes effect to-tiny, July 1st. The law which U modeled after tho Itritfoli law on tho same subject provided for two kinds of nduUcr.tlion ; one when the mixture contnins in gredients fatal or injurious to licnlth, nntl Hid other when tho mixture Is harm less nnd fraudulent. The first section of the net provides Hint no person shnll "mix, color, stain, or powder, oroitlor or permit nny person In his employ to mix, color, stain, or powder ' nny nrtl elo of footl witli nny Ingrodlont, so as to render the article? "injurious o lio.tlth or doprcolato tho Taltio thereof," with intent that the same may bo sold, and no person (hull soli or offer for sale such nd'illcnitoil artlelo of footl. Tho objection mined to tho law is, iti being in force- In Illinois only, ex poses mnnuftioitircs in Hint State to the competit...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 1 July 1881

SIX VliAltW Ql,l. .A. C. Swltilmrr.e, Between Oic springs of nix and seven Two fresh cars' fountains, clear Of nil tint poldcn sand for lohV-'ii, Clillil, midway paliir here, As earth, for love's sake, dare bless lKavcn, So ilaro I Wen yon, dear. Between two bright, ttell-hculs, tliat bright ened Willi every breath that blows To) loud to hill, ton low to frighten, D it fain to rock, the rose, Tour feet stand fast, jour lit smiles lighten, That might rear flowers from snows. You came when wind unlaslicd were (inrllng Ikhltid the frot-bound hour, A stiow-'jlrd sturdier than the starling, A storm-bird llcdgod for showers, That snr'ng might smile to find you, darling First Ixtni of all the flowers. Could lov nuke worthy things of worthless, My song were worthjau ear; Its note should nuke the days ino'tmlrthlcfs The. merr:et of the year, And wake to birth all bud jet blrthless, To keep ou birthday, dear. JDut where ur birthday brighten heaven No need lias earth, (lot knows, Of light or w...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 1 July 1881

Independence, Who ecU the fnnhloii", I'd like to know, For the little pcoplo beneath (lie (mow I , And ro they working a weary while, To drcM themselves In tho latest style? Tlicro'e Mr Primrose who used to bo The very picture of modest; ; Plain were her dresses, but now the goes With crimps and fringes and furbelows. And even Miss Buttercup puts on airs Because the color In vogue (he wears; V And as for Dandelion, dear met A vainer creature you ne'er will tec. When Mrs. Poppy that dreadful flirt Was younger, she wore but one plain skirt 5 But now I notice, with great surprise, She's Fcvcrcal patterns of largest size. Tho Fuchsia sisters those lovely belles I Improve their styles as the mode compels; ; And, though everybody Is loud In their praise, They ne'er depart from their modest ways. And the Pansy family must have found Queen Elizabeth's wardrolra under ground; For In the velvets and satins of every shado Throughout tho season they're all arrayed. Pinks and Daisies and all the...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 1 July 1881

HID Everything is being Tin; contost ut Albany Is still drag ging along. In fact reports lrom there havo ceased to bo news and everyone is becoming disgusted with tlio shapu af fairs nro assuming there. The bribery investigation lias completed its work, utid Senator Sessions has been indicted and ids bail fixed at $30,000. The Stal warts offered to compromise Tuesday by electing Colliding for the short term und Dopow for tho long, but the Half breeds refused and tho struggle still con tinues nud no tolling when or how it will cud. The Fourth at Mound City. Tho following is tho program for tho celebration at Mound City. Everything advertised will bo carried out to u let letter and all who want to havo n grand gala tiuio should not miss this opportu nity, and go nud have ono day of solid enjoyment and amusement. vouhnoon: 9 a.m. -Grand Industrial Parade from depot to tho grounds, representing all branchos of trudo nud business of the town, led by tho Mound City Comet Band and tho repr...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 July 1881

1m J" VOLUME XVII. SHOT DOWN. frsHent Garileli Assassinated ! Wile Walking on the Mora of the Bcnot at Washington ! Jtwo Shots Fired, One Through the Arm and the Other Through the Hips and Kidneys. T;lie President Still Alive, Uut Xo Hopes of Ills Recovery. Jn,tpnse Excitement Throughout Country. the jChrles J. Gulttcau a Chicago Lunatic the Assassin. fFfom tlio "K!ytW of S:itiiMy. July 2il. The startling news (,if the assassina tion of President Giirllold, which occur red at tn o'clock Saturday morning, while ho and Scouitnry Rlaino wore walk ing on thu platform of thu -depot at Washington, waiting to take the Iraln l attend thu Commencement, exercises ut Williams College, was at first regard ed ,vlth Incredulity by nearly everybody. Tim CofNTV P.U'i:i iironiptly availed itolfof Iho telegraph to ascertain (ho U;uth or falsity of the import, and from tlu .dispatch given below it will bu scon that thu sad nuws Jsonly too true. j Wasiunoton, July 2. President (larllcld ,wus us-ni,sliu...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 July 1881

t ' A?- . .11. THE COUNTY PAPER, lljr IIOIIYNH WAM.KII. OREGON, MO- THK JlOTHKIt ium. Simile from "l)h Ins Commcd!." Like as the bird who on licr nest all night Had rested, darkling with her tender brood, Mid the loved foliage, longing now for light, To gaze on their dear looks, and bring them food! Sweet task I whose pleasures all Ha toll repay Anticipates the dawn, and through the wood Ascending, lwrchc on tho topmost spray ; There, all Impatience, watching to descry The first faint glimmer of approaching dau; Thin did my lady toward the southern sRy, Erctt and motionless, her Visage turn, 1 Tlie mute suspense that filled her wIstM eye. Made me like one who waits a friend's return, Lives on this hope and will no other own. Tho Six Hundred. Mnrk King, now residing nt Trenton, Oliio, gives the following description of tlio charge nt Balaklava in which ho took Diirt : "Well, young men, I can't discrlbo it In a very line way, but I will do tho best I can. You see, I was tho servant of...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 July 1881

i THE COUNTY PAPER, ny DOIIYNH A WAM.KIl. OREGON, MO A i:!HAI.B CAHA-MIANCA. II.'.C. Dodge In Xorrlttpwn Herald. Tlio gtrl tUwcd on tlio bunting deck, For Kockawny tlio fled, The euu, which blazed down on Iter neck. Turned all her trctscs red. Tct Innocent by pa flic eat, While glances eliy nnd warm Shot from beneath her saucy hat At every manlike form. Fa left to dec a friend, he told; And then her smile was sweet On Mr. Jones, who growing bold, Took by her side a seat. The Ixiat rolled on. Jones would not go Without her father's word; That father, nt the bar below, Her laugh no longer heard. 8ho called not loud, "Stay, father, slay, Until thy task Is done," She knew, too well, the old man's way Unconscious of her fun. Tlio wind had freshened to a gale. ( Tlio boat tossed on the sea, 'Oh, miss," cried Jones, "why art thou paid W)iy talkcst thou not to mo I" "Speak maiden I" once again, ho cried, "Art ailing! Tell mcmilck." .And but the drooping maid replied, "Oh, I-I feel so sick."...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 July 1881

ll tiii: COUNTY '1AMK,' iv 1IOIIYNA A WAl.M'.lt. OKI'.dO.N, MO. KntirrJ lit tlm I'mtoflU-r nt llrctun, Mo., t Si'ciiMil-clav iHiitlt'r. Ternm of Subscription! TWO HOLMKS A YKAIt IX AUVAM'ti. VltlltAY, Jlir.Y H, I8S1. Advertising Rnttxt, r,MH nn very reiioii!ilnV, when tin- Inw cir culation of TIIK Lnt'NTV I'.m kh N nunlilirvil Mill I'f innitn known on application to the 1'iiti- il.tliers. - Money may lo eiit nt our rik liy 1'iwNfllce onler, draft or re(dtcml letter. (Virrvpoii.triicu iitiit new .h nn always tlHretl, hut letter mutt In litlet Hint mint lime the Mf miliio nutun of the antlior, not for publication tint tin n ciiiir.Uiiy t krimI faltli. Coiiimitnlcatloirt In the Intcn'tt of i'anillilat" willherlwrseu' for at Hip rata ot three rent' per wonl.enth In tuhnure, OtiUimry ttftry will lie clmrjjnl (or at tlif rati' o ten cents per Hup nml tliu c'nli rm.nt accompany tint matitHcrtpt lli'Jci'tnl in:iiiHcrlit will not tip returned. fatten (or publication xliHiild n'acli us liy Tn...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 July 1881

TKMPKflANCK IlEFOItM. Mb. EdItor; In your lmt Issue you jinblUlt a long article on the temper tlheo puntloti. In Unit article you laku (hu position tlmt wo otigut to uso moral mtston, nnd that more can bu accom plished in till way than ly prohibition. Your first mlstttku bete Is thu itsstiinp tlon that temperance advocates ilo not use both these moans, oxttetly us wo use j them In regard to thu I'llmos of burg- liiry, theft Anil' murder. No one deu: les mural suasion as u tnuittis or reforming men. Tlila method wilt' reach some, but will no mora prevent drunkenness than moral amnion will put nil end to theft ami munW, without' prohibitory lawn. You ray tlntt prohibition dnus not prohibit. 1 soy it will prohibit drunk uiiiicm us cffeetl'cly as prohibitory laws on theft mid murder prohibit these crimes. No law Is perfect la protecting noelety no fault of tho law, but of hu man nature. Hut shall we repeal all our Imwm and try moral imtslon? Your second nilMnko Is that you as suniu that...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 July 1881

mi ani ilom. Life tlirobs with tide that chh ami (low, With tilings that come ami things that go. Tho mists thai rise wlicn morn Is fair, Arc n jt more transient In their stay, Than arc tho hours that speed away, Foroftcn life soems like a dream So quickly flash with glance and gleam, A thousand things that come and go, A id cause the tides to ebb and flow, A sad sweet strain that's Ijornc along Dy breath of wind; a bit of song, A few fond words when dear friends meet ; 'The music of a laugh that's sweet; Tho sympathy that prompts a sigh ; A winsome face that passes by; llrlcf Joys, that stay their little while, A kindly glance, a loving smile. These ever come and ever go, And, like the tides, they ebb and flow, A lovely landscape, fair and bright, One moment seen, then lost to sight, Thu gorgeous clouds at set of sun, That crowns the day when It Is done, The f rusty pictures on the (nine, That fade, and come, and fade again ; The curling smoke that floats away ; A snow wreath on a ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 July 1881

A PERFECT MAY. IHA 1). COOLIBITH. I will be glad to-day; the sun Smtlct all adown the land; Tho lilies lean along the way; Serene, on either hand, The full-blown roses, red and white, In perfect beauty itand. , The mourning-dove within the wood Forgets, nor longer grieves; A light wind llfta the bladed corn And ripple the ripe sheave , High overhead some happy bird Sing softly In the leave. The butterflies flit by, and bee; A peach falls to tho ground; The tinkle of the bell Is heard From some far pasture-mound; The cricket In the warm green grM Chirp with a softened sound. The sky looks down upon the sea, Blue, with not anywhere The shadow of a passing cloud The sea looks up as fair So bright a picture on Its breast As Is It smiled to wear. A day too glad for laughter nay, Too glnd for happy tears ; The fair earth seems as In a dream Of Immemorial years; Perhaps of that fair morn when alio Sang with her sister spheres. ( It may be that she holds to-day 8ome sacred Sabbath feast; It...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 July 1881

1 .If THE CRIME CONFESSED. , The Mystery Surrounding, the Murderer . Or." Talbott at Last Cleared . Away. Charles E. Talbott, the Younger Brother ' or the Two.' Confesses the Dla ' bollcal Deed. The Document Sworn to by the Boys Printed In Full Below.for Our Readers. (Prm the St. Joscpu tituettc, AVclnc.Jny.l The mystery surrounding I ho death of Dr. Talbott has at last been cleared up, us all who studied tho ease closely be lieved It would some tlmo bo. It has been done, too, by tho boys themselves, mid In a manner that leares but little doubt as to Its cntlro accuracy. Yes torday afternoon Charles E. Talbott madu a confession, in which ho admits that he killed his father, but assorts that it was done to protect Ins mother from Indignities heaped upon her by Dr. Talbott. This confession was written out and sworn to by Charles as being correct, Cireult Clerk Cowan nilininls toring tho oath. A statement was made by Albert P. Talbott, also published be low, corroborating what his youn...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 15 July 1881

(MRM 3CIHE IN MOLT COUKTY. MA 1 VOLUME XVII. OREGOX, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1881. DUMBER 5. LET THERE BE LIGHT! t25MS IT CAN 111! sAFKIA 8AI1) THAT Jones, Townsend &Co., THE SqujFe DejLi1q CLOTttlEH$r havk tiik iiHHT i,Kiirn:i CLOTHHsTG- TtOOlL IN THU CITY OF ST. JOSEPH. They hnvo nw on hand a Rclmblu Stock of Spring Clolhlng, for MEN'S YOUTH'S BOY'S 'S wear. Unsurpassed In stylo, quality mid fit In ovcry particular. Wo keen on Imnd a lino ox samples tor eustomo work, whore suits cm bo cotton up In quick tunc, and a perfect lit guaranteed. JOFES. TOWNSEND & CO,, WE SMILE A T COMPETITION ! If vou -would consult vour own interest. lllltlllilV o m - i M an honest (lustre to hhvo Money, come to Barnes & Collison's NEW POINT. Public Attention IS CENTE1JKD cm CORUXJPTIOJff AT THE Nation's Capital, Hut something of far more Importance demands tho attention of tho eltlzeus of Mound City and Holt county just now, ami that Is THE BED-ROCK PRICES ON ALL HOT WEATHER GOODS! Wo Ha...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 15 July 1881

- - , r- '"TOT . ... - . . j3 - V CHILDREN'S CORNER. POPPING! CORN. In tlio chimney-corner Golille, May and Tot Shake and liakc the popivr Ovcrcmlicrs ml J Laugh to hoc the yellow corn Flounce and bounce about, Till w Ith a hop, and puff, and lop, One ha blowincd out. "See, there I a prlo'ncr broken out of Jallt" Buys wife Utile Teddy, "8'Kve that he gave Iralll" 'No, It In n rose-bud, 111 wn Intoaiwcl" Manilc cries with laughing eyev, "There another goes!" Up upe-iks little (loldlc, Youngest of the three, Cla.ps her wee hand softly. Laugh nloud In glee, Shakes her yellow trc.ve, Throws a roguish glance, "Dey're clmngln' all dere iI'csh's, Doln'to'e iIiuhvI" Top, pop,hlpplty hop! Flcecy-nhlte as whoII JIlp, hop, plplty popl Now the pop cr'afnll. When thedanw Is over For the merry crew, Three wee gates of rose and pearl Ope and take them through. A Olspatch to l'ttlryl.aml. lir TELRI'MONE. Helen K. Si!Thl, In St. Nichols for Msrch. Connect nie with Falry-land please, pretty Vine, Wit...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 15 July 1881

THK ftfAIVAOIXO IVAMItfA. Camber Joarnal. ,0ae walketh op and down the marriage mart, And swells with triumph as her wares depart) In Ycfret clad, With well-beJcwellcd hands, Bhe has a smile for him who owns broad lands, And wears her nodding plumes with rare effect In passing poverty with bead erect She tries each would-be suitor In the scale That social scale whose balance does not fall Bo much for wealth, so much for noble blood, Deduct for age, or for some clinging mud. Her daughters, too, well tutored by her art, All unreluctant In her game take part; Or, weakly piastre, yield themselves to fate, Knowing full well resistance is too late. Thus are her victims to the altar led, With shining robes and flowers upon the head. There, at the holy shrine, 'mid sacred (1) vows, She fancies heaven will bless what earth allows, And sells her child to Mammon with a smile, While Mephlstophelcs approves the style I CLOT! I !CU IN WIUTK. Clothed In white a happy child at play, Iter face all r...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 15 July 1881

i pi it r tar. Till. MOliYNS, .1: WALI.KIt, . , j i ' 6JlKIONj SHU. Hnternl nt Ilio.INntnlTlof nl "Orcybn, Aty... a Terme of Snbeorijitlont 1 TWO H0Iil4K8 A.YK.DL IX AUVAXCK. ntmAV, "3VI.Y in, ihsi. Wnll-.Whlliaait' Account of the ANn. 4r. njiiitllua or Lincoln. To tho trigedy'of Saturday, .Tulv 2d, this history of thd'coulitry fuYn!hcS only" oiio parallel tltu nuir.der of President Lincoln. Tlio following graphic ue count, of that event Is from Walt Whit man's famous lecturus l'rUlny,-, April 14th, scorns ,lo havo boeica 'pleasant ono throughout the whole" land llie moral atmosphere pleasant too the long storm, so ilnrk, so fratricidal, full of blood, and doubt, and loom, over and ended at lun by thu sunrise of ,sueh an absolute nation al victory, ttiul utter breakdown of ac cession -we' almost doubted our own telvos ! Karly herbage, early (lowers, Were out. (I ruineinber whero I was Mopping at tho time, the season bcihg advanced, ihero were lihics in full bloom Hy onu of Jhoso cap...

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. — 15 July 1881

. ..tffi :-- .JtyfT,Tth'IWUrf7f'.i'fiffj wniu yoiHsMituo, tho Cmiitty Colin u (Jnsa comity, Mo.,:in vlolntloli of thu wIsIich of t he people :iml under earnest remonstrance, Issued n vast amount of bonds on the eiudit of that county, itnil smuggled them intliotliur hands, 'i'ho .United States ComtH uto trying to com pel tlib present judges to levy u Inx to pay Interest on salil bond Tlio judges rtfued to make tlte levy oil the grounds of Injustice, .robbery, tyranny of the Whulo proceeding. They were dragged .ill'-to Jefferson City, the second or third tlmo lat wvokfiio prisoners. The peo ple down there think" It'ls Vmrd that they mint pay bund never voted by them, siud for which they never received a red cent in consideration, and still the conrLs have decided that they must bo pAid-thnt Innocent holders must bo protected without any sort of reference to thu rights of Innocent tux-paycrx. The following is their roup iii.se to thu writ of mandamus: TIIK COlt.STV COI'ltT'.S nKSPOXSn....

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 July 1881

TIIE COUNTY PAPER. Br DODTKB A WALLKR. OREGON, MO. TIIK DKAI) MOON. 77k moon U tn a ttalt of iltcrfjttwlt a tlrtui vortd. Proctor't ledum. Cincinnati rjtiette. The moon It dead, defunct, played out; 80 says a Very learned doctor ; She looketh well, beyond a doubt; Perhaps she's In a trauco, dear Proctor. At any rate, the' moat entrancing For one of such decrepit age; And on her radiant beauties glancing Slic charms the eye of youth and sage. And to the. man upon her's perished 1 lie lived In doleful Isolation; Foor wretch 1 No wife his bosom cherished, No children squalled his consolation. Tet she's adored by all the gypsies, Whose lovers sigh beneath bcr beams, She aids the steps of staggctlng tlptlcs, And silvers o'er romantic streams. And once she caught Endymlon sleeping, And stooped to kiss him In n grove, Upon him very slyly creeping; IIo was her first and only love. But that's a very ancient story, And was a youthful Indiscretion, When she was In her primal glory Ere scandal ...

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 July 1881

TYl'V rnttNTV PAPflP I Br nOIITNS WALI.KB. OREGON, ! MO. TIIK FAHMKR'8 bkvknty ykaiw. Ah, there he It, 1ml, ttlio plough; He beats the boys for work, And wntliso'cr the Uk might bo None ever saw him shirk. And he cad Uugh, too, tilt his eyes Run o'er with mirthful tears, And slog full many an old-tlmo song In spite of seventy years. "Good morning, friends! 'tis twelve o'clock; Time for ahalf-hour's rest." And farmer John took out his lunch And ate It with a zest. "'A harder task It Is," he said, "Than following up theso steers Or mending fences far, for mo To feel my seventy years. You ask me why I feel so young: I'm sure, friends, I can't tell, JJut think It Is my good wife's fault Who kept me up so well ; Tor women such as she ftrosearco In this poor vale of tears ; Sho's given mo love, and hope, and strength For more than forty years. "And then my boyshavo all dono well, As far as they havo gone, And that thing warms an old man's blood, And helps him up and on. My girls have neve...

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 July 1881

Tha.slttiatlpif nt .Albany has assitiu cd a nW ttins'o Cimilncoy M. Depow, tlio most prominent hnlf-breod for sue ccsor to Plait's feat, long torm, In tlio United Slates Senate, has peremptorily withdrawn from tliu contest. Tlio 1ml f. brecdiuind feather-heads nftcr being no tilled of Depot's determination, jicld a caucus and placed' Warner Miller mid K. (J. Lapkiim in homliuttioii for tlio va cant sonatorsblps. Thoso arc tho nom inees of tho majoilly of the Itapubltriin members of tho Legislature. Mean time Conkllng's adherents express their determination of sticking to him, and have picked tip Congressman Crowley in rialt'n place Tho Indications are that the fight will bo continued with ns much obstinacy ns ever, notwithstand ing the Invocations for harmony in tho namo of tho bleeding wounds of the President. Tho llannlbal and St. Joseph Rail road eoijipany.huvlngpiiid to tho State treasurer 83,000,000, tho amount of tho principal, of tho bonds loaned that cor poration In 1852 ani...

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