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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 21 January 1881

i (rRM 3aKC IN MOLT COUNTY. Ma. yr Kmr -' umiBsv iir wk? n ti v?r hkz: -o NwmLi v i VOLUME XVI. llmmtii'lnlMoirdtothrlmsini-sH thatbu.t"r,,1,l,,ll',,',,l,,,"!,r.v ,"", Mr Oeurgo Meyer is having 67 rattle, rrtVx syniptous of bl.liousntss. Jhn M. Donovan to Miss Martha J . ft nd 110 nogs ten by II. 8. Loiltsln, nix iu ilett north of Oragun. Tim Holt Couuty Press mtiu says ho Is uot "green enough" to pay $10 or a newspapar be.id. Hut as he ls"groun enough' to do $61) ot advertising for untiling .and can't sej the "ciitc-h" lu his cnntr.ict even after it is pointed out to him, we think the patrons of that paper would be justified in paying twice 110 for h new head for the elum paurcc who edits it. - .lames (S, C nrl;,tlioport-vocnllft, Is g'uing contorts this week, through mr neighboring Ioviih lu Knnit?, Trnv, White (.'hiuil, ete. Wc nro orry he d.d not Inc lude Oregon In hit list of ap pointment?, lie has recently published it new poem, which we consider one of the iuo-t beautiful he ...

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. — 21 January 1881

1 r THE COUNTY PAPER, OREGON, ! MO LATE NEW8 JcBeral New. A $40,000 llro occtirrcd in Brooklyn, K. Y., Jan. Otli. General John.has boon elected United States Bcnitor In California. Hawkins, Republican, was Jan. 12th elected Governor of Tennessee. 1 A llro In Memphis, Mo., January 10, destroyed a largo amount of property. Knnpp's elevator, at Mlnoka, Grundy county, Illy burned Jan. 15. Loss, 115,000. Tho Republican joint caucus ol the New York Legislature nominated I'lattc for United 8tatcs Senator. Tho Democratlo caucus of tho Ohio General Assembly nominated Thurnian for United States Senator. Tho picker room building of tho Mor rtmac Woolen Mills at Lowell, Maes., burned Jan. 13th. Loss, (30,000. Tho General Assembly of Nevada in Joint convention, Jan. IStb, elected James O Fair United States Senator. A dispatch frcm Vienna says tho Porto la making an cxtenslvo purchase ol arms abroad, especially In the United States. Tho engino ot ft stoam threshing ma chine at Lacon, Ontario, exp...

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. — 21 January 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, Br BAVJsnrouT a bobtxh. OREGON, t MO TI1R OM OllimCH llKf.LH. King out merrily, Loudly, cheerily, BlHbo old bells from the steeple tower; Hopefully, fearfully, Joyfully, tearfully, Moveth the bride from the maiden bower. louds there ar none In the fair summer sky; Sunshine flings benlson down from on high ; Children sing loud, as the train mores along, "Happy tho bride that the sun ehlneth on." Knell out drearily, Measured and wearly. Sad old bells from the steeple gray; Priests chanting lowly, Solemnly, slowly Fasecth the corso from the portal to-day. Drops from tho leaden clouJs heavily fall, Dripping all over tho plume and the pall ; Murmur old folk, as the train mores olong, "Bleteed the dead that tho rata ralnctli on." Toll at the hour of prime, Matin and vesper chime, Loved old bells from the stceplo high llolllng, like holy wares, Over the lowly graves, floating up, prayer-fraught, Into the sky. Solemn tho lesson your lightest note J teach, Stern Is the prea...

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. — 21 January 1881

COUNTY" PAPER, llAVl'.NTOItT A- 1IOIIVNS. OIIKtlON, MO. Knterrtl nt thr I'o.toflle? at Oregon, eenmt-el.ns twitter. Mo., Ttru of 8nVorlptlont TWO IKH.MHS A VKAU IN AHVAXCE. AdvartUlnR Rntea, which ar tty iea.soii.hU', when the Ian:" ir ciilntlomif TltfiCor.NTV I'AI'MI Is I'ltiiflilcrml. will he mad kiiurtli oil upplle.tlloti In ttic Pull-llilim. denied by bcmocrrtlc in:Jiiti-, thcru l yet a considerable .stream of now , lalitxil ttrvlltM lur ltitit tlm In ml liittMl itiil txt iriwwn I'Wiitiu inn' llli iii'iuii in til. I in conn St. l.'iuls, Kansas Cilv, SI.' Joseph, Si'iliillsi ninl nil other Impor-i as tut. t railroad centres of the ijtatc give . ' lli-piilillcnii uiiijorltb,ii. Tin; mile t nwnkc, pushing liirii of bra'iM tti.tl Ideas, or 11 majority of them, mo lie Mibllc.iii, mid have imhioiu'i! mil of proportion to their numbers, while the fossils remain In the Dciiiueratii party mill weight it down wlili tliuit ulnurd rcactlonaiy notions. Sonic of the l'u- ti'rn papers nre urgi...

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. — 21 January 1881

GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! Gl:'TS! GIFTS! new Milncrlber lo Tub County I'.wku guts seeds w Inch nre worth us much ns he pnya lor n year's ntibci Iptlnti. GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! Cabbage, Kurly Voik. LVjungo, J'rvinttitii Klut Dutch. C irrot, Long Orange. Celery. Dtvarf White. Cnctinitier, Imp. I.otig (.recti. Cress, Kino Curled. ' Kmtivc, (.recti Curled. I.eck. llroud Klii-. Lettuce, Malta l)rutuhem. Muak Melon, l'rollliu Nutmeg. Wultr Melon, Mountain Sweet. Mustard, White. Okrn. .Dwnif. OhIoii, Wcntherslleld lt.il. i.. . .. ! . rurMcy, iouuic i.iiricu. Vitistilp, Hollow Crown. I'oppur, Long Itcd. Uiuldlsh, Scarlet Shot t Top. Touitilo. Iliithuway s Kxcelslor. Turnip, l'urplo SI nip leaved. GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! Tlice feed, like those described In Ihu other I wo collection., will bo pu up In ti' nu.it box. conliilnlug a paper giving full directions In regard lo the cultivation of vach vegetables, uud will bu delivered to subscriber. iiutnedluteiy niter th') I .lib ol March. TO EVERY SU...

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. — 21 January 1881

IN TIIK DAItK. CAI10I.1NK I.E9I.1K. -Chrlitlin I'nlon. Midnight brooded weird nnd tone; Nothing broke the wintry gloom Save tho drowsymonotone Of the clock, as, one by one, From IU steady hindl the minutes fell my silent room. Closo beside the laiger bed Stood tho cradle lu Its place; Mid IU blankets, softly spread, Into Lay the habj ' golden head, And his light breath, coming, going, gently fanned against my face. Something In the darkness stirred, Warmly nestling at my side Like a little shepy bird, "Mamma, I" very law the word, Hush and darkness male tic narrow space between us seem so wide. Then I murmured, as he lay, "Mamma's eloo beside you, dear; Poon the night will go away, Uy-and-by It will be day; In themorrlnewhcn mybiby wakens mam ma will be here." Wandering Angers toward mc crept; "Mammu. let me hold your hand." Clasping It he hushed und slept; Clasnlnc his I could hare went. Humbled by that perfect trust which needed no; 10 understand. Years have piicd me by since then...

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. — 21 January 1881

"DHION, IB HTRKKOTH." , , BTTOOMiS D'AnCT MOIE. A mail wkoM eornwaa carried nwy f Before his eyes, and whose oats and hay Were piled np Into the landlord' cart, Lookod toward his castle with torrowful heart. "Ton teem,'sald he, "so strong and Rrand, Like a giant jon oTerlook the land ; And a irtant In stomach you tare must be, That of alt my crop can leave nono to me." HI. Qooth anothsr ''Of such weak words what , cndt Have you any hope that the devil will mend, Or the wolf let a kid escape his maw, Or a landlord yield his rights at law I IT. "Let us go over to Rackrent Hall By two and threes It may befall, As wisdom Is found In the multitude, Enough of us might do the cause somo good. T. At first they went by twos and threes, Bnt Rackrent'slord thry could not please; And bext they went In number a score, But the case was even the same as before. VI. By fifties and hundreds they gathered then, Resolute patient, dogged men And the landlord owned that he thought there was Somo slight ...

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. — 21 January 1881

SgaaWHKtt i .mm m ! i mm i I i . - -i i 1 , 1 1 11 Silhnpr's Monthly will jcir 'tu:i , Us custom Ihi year, of Noting "Mill-! winter 'mubor,,, of tHTtilinr luatity ol Illustration, and a wlilt rango of iiiU-r--t. The limit utrlkln;: ionular oultir if thu number will bo llio "Fair Har li.iiiiin (" the most valnahlo mlNlie fuaturi! will lie a richly illustrated pa Heron one nt the most remarkable of .American artUt, .lolin I.a Vuvw. Tills will. InuVwl.lm tho lift fu.ly Win trateJ ttiuly of a painter who N widely Joiown both nt home ami ubroui), ami Mli.ip. work h?s ranged over many lii'hN of nrt llhutr.ition, the talniln: if ilmvew, Blgelow. NVe believe in nnitisenitiits; die is, elieekcm, hackgaininon, literary socie ties mill dramatic, are the orders of Ihu day more, especially of the night. And f nice the recent mow fall we In. tcrspcrsu Willi a little Hlclh-ridlng. Quite n crowd of our gay and happy youngsters "li'li;hed" over to Mound City to church on last Sunday livening; alo on...

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. — 28 January 1881

it! (fARM SCtNC IN HOW COUNTY. MO-) VOLUME XVI. John N.Mastcrs will shortly remove liiii Idauksmltl) shop to the fmniu build ing oiith southwest coriwr of ihu pul lie squnrb, opposite Mrs. StorroltV. Jib's' May DHAlo, formerly of Oils cjty, wiw luarriud short time since to lai. V. Kndcn, nf Clrcleville, Kansas llur many friends In Oregon wish her ftbiliiiWut happiness. After ynu have read tills paper, vrap it up mid sc ml It to some ne j'uili.tiiii" o In ano'lor State. It wll only cost you two lent and m:iy antltieu nomc family to immigrate to Holt -county. - If you do not ii lvort'so, do not Mmnti thu farmers for I mil ng w tli tlnse who do. People lioin to ui; that this limn who advertl tis for Ills custom, is gi nernliy thu one who gives them the liu.it bargains. Our ituiuIzrrH will jianlon us fi-r j.gnin Miggostlng that they rend In their items as early in thu week as possible. It would aid tw grentlyt If they would uid liy Monday uvuiiiu.' ; but if that U inconvenient, they sho...

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. — 28 January 1881

it rn'na8 J nllKA.MI.ANI. There U a Und unknown to waking vision, That blooms In beauty r.irc J 8wcet breeM blow thraagbout Its fields cly elan, Anil stir lit btoMoms (air. Tao sunlight bathes It purple-crcstjd moun tains, And Jeep In shady groves Where plash and trlcklo never-falling foun tains, The sleeping spirit roves, And finds no traco ot failure, sin, or sorrow In those enchanted ways; Mo thought of yesterday or sure to-morrow, Of past or f utaro days. There all Its failures prove but brave succes ses, And alt Its losses gains; While lore with Its warm brooding presence 'blesses, And perfect pcice attains. The loved ones laid to rest with bitter weep- Stand forth with shining eyes ; Tbe'drar rcmombercd looks so sweetly keep ing. That grief, forgotten, flics. All hopes of youth, all noble aspirations To full fruition come; The struggling soul Is freed from Its tempta tions, The homeless tlnds a home. Whatever In tho hour of dally waking Most dear And distant seems, Grows real ...

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. — 28 January 1881

fB WILLI AH Q9LV. Tnw'ji FktUoVpbta Tlsses. Mary had a William Goat,' AadhewaaMactcMjeM Ho followed Mary 'ronn a all day, And lilted her I you Just bet I He went with her to school one day, The teacher kicked him out; It made the ehUdrem (pin, yo know, To hare the goat about. Bat though old Wheckem kicked Mm omt Tet etUl he lingered new, Be watted Jnit ontelde the doer TU1 Wnnekem did appear. Then William ran to meet the man lie ran Me letel beat; And met him Jut behind 70a know, Down last below the rest. OM Wkaekem tamed a eomeruult; The ffoat itood on hla head, And Mary Uoxhed heraelt ao atek BhehrttOKOtobed. DARKHE8S AMDDAWH. I fair his Some years ago, while making a brief ojoarn In the city of Baltimore, I tet out one evening with a friend for a itroll through the city. We hadTialted boy era! placet of interest, and were on our return to our hotel, when in passing through a dark and narrow street, a fe malo, closely mufnodma coarse hawiTnjscrTu10 other that she regalnoda which, ...

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. — 28 January 1881

tIiV", COUNTY PAPER, v I -.' .S - OIlKOONt'MOi Kntotct tth I'nVtiinlcr ut Oregon. Mo., as second. claw matter. Terms of Sabaorlptloii't Turn dof.lvks a ykaiI iS apvanck. Adrcvtlilnfc Rntea, which nrc very reasonable, when the ianto. clr cutatloutif TiiKCov.Vtr I'Arrn Is considered-, tv lit Ix.- nude known on application lu the I'ub-llilurs. To lie n litiiulrcil car ahead ol time arctics newspaper enterprise. Tins feat was accomplished by Tho Hoston Dully (ili'hc on New Year's iay,, wlieh an Impulsion for .January I'. 10N1, was sent out In nil U pillions .'I'llo chilli gin of n century iU tthtiontl by tlio current news ii tin tiny nrc shutting Tliu HoUfiullf Delegates of tin It'hh Heptibllu after a brilliant debate iii vV hlcli references uro made til tin; titiul agitation of 1880, had passed u r'osulti. tlon voting 8",000,000 lii aid" of $3,100, 000 Kngllsh tenant farmers. Tho pro ceeding. of (Jnngress related to the tip pniidnicnt of n chief of planetary sig nal hnivuii with hcultp...

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. — 28 January 1881

I GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GCcTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! I GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GUTS! -TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER TO The County Paper! Books, Pictures Jewelry, Flower and Vegetable SeedB, Buggies, Etc, J3to, Free Gifts to all Subscribers and Something to Suit the Taste of Everybody, Read This List Carefully, and, When You FindiWhat You Want, Make up Your Mind to Havo It, i it i i For saveral months past we have been negotiating with various parties with a vlowof nurohaiiliig from thuni choice and acceptable articles, suitable for gifts to our subscribers ut the tlma of the enlargement and change of nnme of this piiper ; mid we uow have the pleasure of announcing thut we hitve perfected cr. mngemopts whereby wc ure enabled to offer The Most Attractive Inducementsto Subscribers Ever Given By Any Paper In the United States! TrjKCpUNTY Papku is now the Largest, tlio llandjomcut anil the Best paper published in the State outside ot the targe cities; It Is all that a county paper should ...

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. — 28 January 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, My UAVXilNBT fe BOIIYNN. OREGON, HO WEEKLY BEVIEW Cteaerml News sjaasaastry, An earthquake shock wh felt at Bath, Maine, oa the night otJcn, 20u. California has lea than 30,000 Chi MM, aad thlt number le rapidly dlmlalahlng. The Legislature .cf Indiana has elected Ben Harriton Belted States Sene ar. Coal ia twenty 4oilars a ton In Houston, Texas, and woe! fifteen dollar a -ord. A prsyasltion Is on fact at Montreal, for makhag a tunnel under the falls ot Kl gar. A bill introduced inline New York IcUlktnre (provide that twenty lMhee he laid on the back of wife beaters. The Anglo-American eat! direct Uni ted States Cable Company & ratified an arrangement with the French opany. The Republican caucus the Indl ana IaislaUe unanimously cosrlnated Uen, Ben Harrison tar United States eVaator. A firo attended by sortaa loss of roperty visited Deadwood, lac. ISth. Bo far as given the losses amount toM,000, Tho Iberville South estimates that the lots to the -augar crop of ...

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. — 28 January 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, By BAVESrOHT A BOH1KI, -OREGON, MO OVER AND OVBn AOAIN. Over and over bIii. Mo matter which way I turn, I lwjs find In the Book ot Life Borne leuon 1 hve to learn. I mnttUke my turn at the mill, I must grind oat the golden grln, I nratt work t my Uk with resolute will, Over Mid orer tgtln. Orer and orer Rin The brook through the metdow flow Orer and orer agtln The ponderous mill wheel goe. Once dotnc will not tnOlee, Thouch doing be not In y1o, And a bleeilng, falling us ence or twice, May come It we try again. AF1KE COBNTX WEDD1HU. "I used to marry a good many folks tnat'co of tho poaco in TV UUU JL IIW J . Bloomlne urovo;- Chrlssman, tho other day. 'Oh, It's vou, lalt'squlroP Glt out Tobot Ho's onl; playln.'squiro. Ain't ho tho boss? Yuuortosoo lilmBhako a a groun'-hog. Como in, 'squire, coino In. iio kotohod ono to-day, and, by darnt wo'll glt tho thing right ovor, like pullln' a lootu. uu our,, xooo, jou ornnrycussl' "Tobo loll anu 1 went in. 1 unu notion to pu...

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. — 28 January 1881

I I t CiOBky'p lam1 lJok Von Fkhi.v- a.uy. Is ri'a'ly ti household tvo:stiro pities Its rich nrny of Heel lMatrs,i.'ol urt!tl Fniiliin l'Intcs nnd Kimruvliiinil iislnUlnj many varieties of ladles' mill children's ihi'.sses,there Is nn Inlerostlii; novel, a good feast lifetimes and sketch ns, work ilepattnient for Indies, nnitiso .iiii'iit for children, nml the very reliable Chat on Fasliliin which has tllsiliifjulsh this o!tl favorite umiizliiu for i-o liuiny years. Every liumbor ol' tho daily's liook for i8dl wl I contain a Voniploto novo). Wo will receive sub HcrlptloiH at thts ollicc, and furnish Codey's Lady's Hook anil TllK Coi'XTY l'Ai'Kit for only 8:1,86 per aumiiii. TllK MtllWINTKIt SCttlltNKtt. A perusal of tliu table of contents of tlio Midwinter (February) Seilbnor shows It to liu n number Of iniiisiial vil- rl. ty, nml of notable features of tho kind ! vhmxU 1,1 om' towy Naw Point. Ottryoinjz folks cnjoyid themselves lluulv last Friday nlylit nt iv supper, given at the i...

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. — 4 February 1881

ft VOLUME XVI. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ; 4, 1881. NUMBER 85. 8. 11 Mrs. Sterrett x bought the Cnllen trnperty, aatl will Mceuuy It after the Wvit of Man. County Court meets net Moiutty. Tlie. cisterns in.tbls city tiro nearly nil "irniiig dry." This would b n bn I Hum for ii big !lr to break out. , . Tin) game v wenl Into ciJW on Tuesday iiml it is now im' t'vftil 1 1 kill quails, pluM-unls or p.'i r! i chle!; in. Tin! s'cet lastSuiul:ry nir' t cut-ed iijrrf.nt in inv' iicoplu 1 1 tea" ". lb-it I -' !.' 1 - in. A. C u' 'n tr"'i! ii l'" i ' .i "d in "" ' i- i -I W . I C . I'll, II Ml' , . i' im John P. l(lt lmiiioii is now neimg tit i' l us secretary of tlio l-.ast I'linj'i jiiih '.l.'r-i'i Sever! enmiiimeatinn,(lwo from V ... U,.M.V fLS. M'mI- ,.., I.iIm fill i.lt... ...t.tl-lt.t ..111 .in ulllitlii.!. til.,-!. ' I A.U.l t .F.1I.J MM WVI-Of II. V. -. ....w w. , mi II ILIIWI "UMIII wil .IH'(-I.I, . . lublie'atlnn. ltv Mr. MUler will preach In Ore-1 Van llii-klrk left for K...

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. — 4 February 1881

TUB LONU 1111EAM. Janwftjf Atlnnttc. The summer will come with n fresh pcifumc Where all thu brown leaves arc lying, And the windy air with a blush anil bloom, Like a shuttle blown through a silken loom, In the delicate foliage plylnir. The tnotnln)! will gather II colors anew, As sweet as n fitrllsh promlfc, Of green and golden and rose and blue, To weave frcih violet out of the dew As bright as tho oms stolen from us. As I lie at case In my my last rcjosc, All the beauty about me woven, J.Ike the cunning of sense that lnwtrd (lows, 1 shall feel In the blush that dyes the rote And the germ when Us husk Is cloven. And the rootlets And their way under-ground Through the tolls of tho season's malice, fill I lruow how the coll of sense Is wound To the far-oft stars In the depths profound, Where Earth seems a guldeu palace. 3 Hut you will not know of the watch 1 keep Where the tlowot the senses all pass, Like a dreamer, who heats the stir and creep Of tin' wind, while gently I lie aslee...

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. — 4 February 1881

TUE GtVEIVS llEWAKD. Who lTf e and hides the giving hand Nor counts on favor, fame or pralic, Shall find his tmallcet gift outirelRhs Ihe harden of tho tea and land. Vfho gives to whom hath nonght been given, Ills gift In need, though small Indeed, As Is the grass-blade's wind-blown seed, Is targe as earth and rich as heaven. FARM, OAKDEfl AND HOUSEHOLD. A Cure for n llnlkylIorc. A Canada paper gives room for tho following curious modo of dealing with a balky horso: I would proparo mysolf with a good strap I want no whip per haps ho has got a good toslo ot that al ready, and still ho is master. Hut somo lino day when I was nt punco with my solf and all around, I would hitch hi in to tho buggy, turning his head to tho Tillage. Ho goes halt way very woll in deed; then ho begins to consider that ho had gouo far enough in that direc tion, and stops. 1 stop down; ho ex pects mo to U8o tho whip; ho is mis taken. As a criminal, I treat him on tho silent system. I push him back a llttlo out...

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. — 4 February 1881

I Tin: vv OHt J VN. Mo. 1 uii'fl ..title r. k.plt-. Ml iivpim. .Mil, n Term ot gttWWtitluiii i y o noi.i.'itfl a vtivK i. adv.inti:. AiUsi tislnu ttiitc, i.ich ntf vrr r. iwiii. blc v. ben lliu lpiyp fit. 'I III' I llli'l- ( b.iv.t. lt. l.i.t.,,.,1 i..t.. X J. I" ri.l , f ''; I' win'. Hit? twU'iii mill f wlii;li i. in IN Washington depart. n.nt unit Hi, wt'-ltrii iiml in In ulltorlnl room at t'hlcngo.'und lifilli ends prcmlcd mer lij' i'! own lo'('Strflil.i rj. Thi . the oiig.-.i I'ne coiitiolloi! b. any new.. pel- III till- World. A ?l Louis physician suss tint tin., poisoning of ymN nt u Washington ' In ! el sit Hit' tiniti of liuelinunu's limn- anos, Organs, Knabe, Arion, and Marshall &.Wend5ll PIA2STOS OraranS. v I'm Coughs iind Cohb, Take liion n'u Cttuih UnUim Vm Sort) Throat Mini Hoarseness, tsc Hi-own'i Tut- Troche- How tij m iku mm, for a t,;,nl Sl .,,,,, .j n .i.i t. " 'miii pieces, lun of i. . i.oik,i mr i own I'am it U considi'i' l. J5""i "- o.v .puui, wineii, owing ...

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