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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 22 July 1881

h VOLUME XVII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1881. NUMBER 6. In ti BP n4 Tv In : In O A' o 8 .A t Public I will fell nt my residence, two miles routh of Mnltland, oil Wednesday, July 27th, 1881, The following described property, to-wlt: 2f head ol horses, murits and wilts, DO head of cuttle, (high grades), cows, fudfers andfteors. 100 head of hogs, il Jennets; 1 No. 1 two-yoiir old Jack; 1 two.lioifiu wagon mid 2 sots double luirnes! ; 1 skeleton wagon nml pi;t of sin gle harness; 1 pair ot hub sleds; I No. 1 lmy or straw cutter, Household nml Miction lurimuro, mm uiuuyouioi- nrncius .It,, ttc . 4 It. ..I ..!. Il Ill HIIILllllI, UIHI lllllllj UUIUI HI IILIW MS: A credit ol" wis months will TKU.MS: per cent. Interest from date, purchaser num. of $26 and under, cash. LET THERE IT CAN UK HAI'lil.Y HAll) THAT Jones, Townsend &Co., THE Squjihe DEJLifiq GLojhiehs, II.VVK THE HF.ST l.t(!1tTi:i CLOTHHsTG- IROOnVH IX THU CITY OK ST. .lOHKI'H. They have now on hand a. llchable MEN'S ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 22 July 1881

if" THE COUNTY PAPEB. Ily DOItVNS A WAI.l.Klt. OUEtlON, : : : : MO, voioi:s or tiii: nkiiit. "It wns lUi Int night when you rollro.1 1" ' oa, iMpa," I Mlil with a yawn llclilntl my fan, "for tlic liorrld man Ho Just talked on mill on. The more I lilntoj tin more lie ttajctl; I knew you were wakeful, too, -And I told htin so; hut lie uouM not go Anil wlint could a ioor girl ilol" "It wj.i very Lite when you retired I" "Yes, Mi:i!" I frankly oald, 'Tor the man, you wo, Jut talked to me, Though I yawncil till my ryes were nil; Aul I went so far when the clock struck twelve, As to count the stroke all throti'jth; Hut the stupid I he Just wouldn't see Ami what coultl a poor plrl ilo!" "It was v,orse Hum lute when you retired !" "Why 1 tell jou nil" 1 cried, 4,lf I lilnUil onco to the tiresome dunce, 'Twas a liumlrcil times liesldel Why, I even said you'd turn In lull Vor at let live hours 1 1 knew; Out he tipped his chair, and still sat there So what rould n Jusir plrl dol" "Well, thcJ(H...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 22 July 1881

THE NftW TKXT. I. Ilni-ivl tlm Will. 11. n trrnnil. Immnrtjll Will God's marvelous Testament 01 lovo to mcnl And must I rend tlio Holy Hook niraln. n iiniiiit nnni mennim? nn -ini.v nnrASPfl 1111. And not alone my trembling Heart to tnrill With its old benedictions, sweet as wlicu I konicd tlicm, moved and nwed, as though the. pen Of Luke, and John, and l'aul wcro writing stllll "Tlicy tell mc all Is on the ncw-inndc pages ct Inscribed by holy men of old, the same, Transmitted at the most In form or name Hut how can I the. denr old words forget I The dearer far because, they stand alone, With earth's profaner speech In contrast shown. Wo wiser men, and nono of purer heart, They tell mc, can the sun's great cyo discern 'Mora fain tho Holy Ghost's Intent to learn Than they of Kast and West, who twro their part In purging the old text with patient art And aim, to make Its Inward glory bum, And from Its thallce, n. from sun's bright urn, New streams of s.icrcd light unclouded start. Ah,...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 22 July 1881

Tin: COUNTY PAPER, uv HOIIYN. At WAM.HIt, OltKtlON, MO. Knlt-ml ill tlm I'mtofilce at Orivmi, Jin., in spcnnil-i'liivt matter. Term or Sttbtorlpttoii! TWODOMiAltSA YKAK IXAWAXCK. KlttllAV, .Itff.Y 1881. Ailvorttqlnr Rntoi, wlilrh nriMi'ty ri-aviiialili', wlicn tin' lanjo clr Hlljlloli of TllKf.or.NTV I'.U-HI It coiiHlilcrctl ulll lie math- knoun on :iiilli'iitlon to tin I'nii. lMlt-M. Money limy lie sent at our rlk liy Vo-tlunice onler, draft or rc.:licrcil letter. 'orremn'eiH'U ttlol new are nlway itpilml, tint letters must tie Inlet nnit mint have the Keiiiilne n.ilue of tlie initliiir, tint fur publication lint iih a Kiinranty ( kw faltli. Communlcatloni In the lnteret of cniiillitatci will lie cVvrj-eil fur at the rati) of three cents ,l-r wont, cash In nihauce. Ohltunry poMry will li elurKcit for at the .rate of ten cents per line ami thu Cash liil.st .aeeoinpany th mamim-lpt. Itejeeteil manuscript will not he roturncil. Letters for pulillcitloii dionhl reach lis liy Tni-nlay i...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 22 July 1881

1 OUITKAT'S ATltOCIOUS PLOT. United States District Attorney Cork. Iitfl furnishes tho following for ptiblicn tloii : Tlio interest felt by the -mldlo In (ho details of the imagination mid tho many storlus published, Justify mo in stilting that tho following is a correct and nccurato statement concerning points to which reference is nnutc. The assassin. Charles Gnltcnu, camo tn Washington City, Sunday evening, March fl, 1881, and stopping at tho Kb bill House, remaining only one day. He then secured n room in uuothcr part of tho city and has boarded and roomed ut various places, full details of which I have. Wednesday, May 18, 1881, tho assassin determined to murder tho Pros Idotit. Ho bad neither money nor a pistol Ht that time. About the last of May ho went Into O'Mear's store, cor ner ol fifteenth and F streets, this city, and examined sonio pistols, asking for tho largest calibre. He was shown two (similar in eallbro and only different in price. Wednesday, Juno 8, ho pur chased ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 22 July 1881

mm? vmTmv iaiim jum wi'iii i i .111 mi. liy 1XI1IVNS ft WA 1,1. Kit. OUKGON, MO Attempted Assassination of President Garfield. Shot Twice In tlic Depot or the II. & 0, ltnltroad In Washington. The Assassin a Lawyer Named Gui- teau from Chicago. lHIIIMlllt'l 111 (lolling Ofllt'O lie MorUsi Hrvrujse In the 'om iiiIknIoii ol ii 1Vrrllle Ohm. Hope Tlmt tlio rrrslileut Will Itecover. Early or. Saturday morning, July 2d, tho nholc civilized world was startled mid liorrllled as these terrible words from Washington flashed over tlic wires nnd cables of land nml ocean: "President flarflcld wns sliot twice tills morn ing In tlic II. & 0. deiH)t In tills city," nnd then a few minutes later tlio wonls, "Tlio President Is dead." Soon ngaln ciiine hope tliat tlio worst might not remit when the lust report wns found to be untrue. Wo give the principal dispatches up to this time: r.Aiu.ir.ii iiisPATcttr.s. Washington, July 2. At 0 o'clock this, morning, when President (Inrllcld wns at the l...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 22 July 1881

CHILDREN'S CORNER. TIIK CIUM) AND Tilt: FAIItY. it It. Tliutnblkln, '0 llttlo wlicro i1o you "Sornctlines on tlio mountain', sometimes In the ikll; Sometimes ou the heath, mul romctlincs In the corn; Sometimes In tlio chamber wlicro babies aro Iwrn. 2sow hltlicr, now thither; tho hall or thu cell : 2'ut where It Is moonlight I luvu lxt to dwell." "'0 ay, little Thumblkln, what do you call" "The .purest of honey yields me tho best meat; 1 suck 1mm the cups of the choicest of flowers; I rob the wild lice when he's tailored for hours. A mnrshrooiii my table, and dew for my wine, "What mortal can equal my feast when I dlucl" '0 soy, little Thumblkhl, what's your em ploy I" "I soothe little babies when pain makes them cry; 3 bring pleasant dreams to their fancy In sleep. J romp with good boys, mid I run and I Imp. Sometimes as a hare or a pony I'm seen; Somctlmcs-ns a hotueinald I sweep tho floor clean. "I punish the naughty; tho Idle ones scare; .And love to see goodness abound everywhe...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 22 July 1881

ONCE MORE. Missouri Disgraced by Another Train , noDDcry. Aliotlicr Irnln robbery oecimvil last Frhliiy nlglit on thu Hock Irlaml ronil at Winston, in Davie county, near Cameron .Junction. Tim train was linnnji'tl at Cnmtron by four mon, untl nl Winston, twelve iiiilen cast, ly tluvu luorr, .Titst as the train left Winston, I and as thu eomliietor, V. WcMfall, was tatcliiS ticket, a large nmii, with black wlihkers, jumped up anil ssuil, "Hold upjinir liuiuls," anil at the samu time tltvd. Thu conductor's back was toward him, and thu fir.it shot plowed throtii;! tils should is sliouliler, tlie second cnteicd Ids ,unek near the spine and pas.-ed through Ids body, killing him almost Instantly. V'hllo tills was going on tiring took place, in the baggage car. Murrv, the J United States Kxpress mesjcnger, was ' knocked down an I the safe robbed Mf 1 nearly fifteen thousand dollars. llnr-j K l"c Mfw two men on the front end I of the binrgaire car tired at the on5n.r btdid not hit him. Xear...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 29 July 1881

V I" 71.'. V tmSffiSmim Wip: t. " . ac-.i. l.. -im: j-':v. ... . rx . . jjpu.. .. .m uwKTwKj'rK.1 r frffiry ffiTNfft iV4-S -t--Zp - - - - - - - - . , -iw- - - - -' j-PkH 1 WmKnucbcrilii VOLUME XYII. uDME NEW County Court meets next Monday. Itanium will bo In St. Joseph with his "greatest show on earth" In n low weoks. St. Joseph had throe deaths lust week nml ono more this week, nil fiom suu-troke. Hemuinbor If you want agouti or gaii ut lirst wist wo Imvu ono for s:ilo nt this ulllec. There will bo preaching nt tho M. Ii. church next Sunday morning b) tlmj pastor, How S. Cm-others. We Imvo old papers tor sale at this oflleo at fifty eents per hundred, cheaper than numllit wrapping paper at nine cents n pound. The K. C. railroad company is re pairing their depot at Wgolow and im proving tlilnas generally in tho way of new platforms, ete. Tlio comet still lingers in the heav ens and tliu uuuitierof lirokou gates aro tdowly but steadily increasing, while Mime of the front door steps a...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 29 July 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. lljr DOI1VNH WAt.l.KK. OREGON, MO WEEKLY REVIEW. lomcMllc. Allro July lltli, at Jollct, 111., con sumed 35 buildings, hot, over f-liVXW. Dean Bros, largo mill at South Ches ter, Pa., turned July lltli. Ism, $30,000. Tho mining of tin 1ms becomo an in dustry of considerable Importance l the .Aus tralian colonics. Several largo manufacturing laiHd Jngs In Cincinnati burned July Till, 'cnudng n loss estimated at $300,000. IThc electric railway Is being used In Germany to convey cml from the 'holy of tlic mines tn the mouth of tlic pit. Four hundred head of eattk perished liy the burning of tlic largo feedlne hams of J. I'lnncnlch, at Buflaki, N. Y., July bth. A largo gang saw mill -with 2,000,000 lect of lumber aud tlphtccn hotics burned at Potsdam, N. V., July 13th. Txws, lft1,000. Tlio Irish census gives the "gem of tho aoa" a population of B,15fl,$49, a decrease of only a quarter of a million In eleven yean. A $7,',(M tiro oectnrcd in St. Louis on the evening of Ju...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 29 July 1881

iiy thk nivmt. O, ever changing river, That scckctli the changlcss KA, "AVIicrc arc tlio forms ami faces The years have show to thee. I Glitter of golden hauberk, And silver of swinging sword, "Down dy tlic shallow scurry, And over tlio darkling ford. .And here In tlio femy comer, Where Hie. shadows fall on the spray, ;A vision of weeping woman's eyes, .As her true, love gallops away. Say, didst thou note them, O river, And gnthcr them lip, and Hco To waft them away and to hide them In the soundless depths of the seat Sheen of n prince's armor, And glint of a rusty sword, .And blood-stained faces of fearless men Dying to save their lord. Soldiers and statesmen and courtiers And cold-eyed priests, and a group Of dainty delicate, maidens In powder and patch and hoop. Say, didst thou sec them, 0 river, And gamer their smiles and tears! 3)ld their hearts beat high and falter With old-world hopes and fears! J)ld they look on the deep dark water Where It mirrors the diamond spray, JVnd lo...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 29 July 1881

Tin; Pf)! rTTY T- A'P ? P ' iionvv. A WALIJIII. (UIKIHIN. JIH. I, 1'iitrreit ill the r.nt-irtW nt orrizon r ri'nttii elan mailt r. Mo., r"r i " Term of SnWrlptlim: TWO UOI.I, MIS A VK.Ut IX AHVAXn: ritin.VY, .U't.V -.n, Aitx'citliliii Rntes. t.1il"li ii n rrv ti'iiMHi.ilitc. Win n tin. 1:ircf 'lr rilliillmi nl in-1 i.rv n t I'l.lt l' niiiiili'fil will tn mailt- Kiiiivmi mi iiiilli',illiiii in tin- I'tH' INtrrv Mime v iiiuv In' . iii in mir nU tiy I'uvlKfil. i' mil.. ilrnft , ...,rl.t I. I... r..fr.'.'"'''iM unit ih-w i.nMitw!. il.-in. I ll1 ! tho pernns who mo first and j iiii tciiiTi mutt 1 10 title! mill iiiu-t lu. tin' ! strongest to eprcs horror nr tho olh jvtiiitn,' i.:m..i ..f Hie atitlior. not r,,r fu-Jli'-iitioti ' it crown.'.! heads, and In America a' r..inTmiii.'!.il,.ii In Hi.. niirri'M ..I .nii.ll.l.Hr- ,,1,,,v " ,,u' 1 rollout Maimed at Iho will in- i-v-. r..ii tr nt Mi,- t.iiu nt iliiic cents occupant of a position In which every j .,r worn.. -mil in ii.uiii zrx r,,:::...

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. — 29 July 1881

THE UNO. The TnlfcotlBoys Expiate Their Crlmo On llio Scaffold. Mneli of om1 spnuj has been occupied trom tlmu to tlino In riilivtion to tliu murder of Dr. t'eny 11. Tulbott, of Nodaway county, which occurred at lit homo near Arkoe, In that cautity, on tho night of September 18th, 1880. Shortly after a warrant was sworn out, ami Albert P. anil Charles 13. Till lott, and Henry W'yatt weru arrested on tho charcn of murder. Ou January lath, 1881, the case enmo up for trial In tho Nodaway Cir cuit Court, Judge John C. Howell, of the 28th judicial circuit. prc.-idiug. Tins trial was a long and tedious one, lnt. lug an entiro week, when tho case was Rivon to the Jury, who, after a three hours deliberation, returned a verdict of murder In tho llrst degree, and Judge Howell pronounced the death sentence upon Albert and Charles Talbntt, nam ItiSE March 2!i us tho day forcxceutton. The ease was appealed to the Sit- immio Court on a hill " u..uii' j and a hcirlnir set for the 20th day ofi Apri...

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. — 29 July 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, lly HOIIVNS WALI.KK. OKKGON, MO bono or ni:tam. nr OEoiion w. ccTTrii. lljrnoM mc ilown wllli jour Iron b.itul; He mire of your curb iiml rein i For I scorn the vcr of your puny hands As the tempest worn a chain. How t UurIuM in t lay conccalM from sight For m.my ncoimtlcM hour, At the chllilMi Uinst of human might A ml the pride of human power. When I w an army tim the laud, A navy uhjii the win, CriTplmt aloiip, a Kimll-llUc hand, Or waiting the wnynttrd breeze; Vhen I marked the ikmmiiI faintly reel, With the toll which he dally lore, As he feebly turned the tardy wheel, Or twined at the weary oar; When I imMurc.l the p.uitlim eoiircr s pm', The Wit of the carrier dove, An they hire the law the Kim: decreeil, Or the Hue of lniiatlent love. 1 could not but think how the world would feel, An these were outrtt Ipp'd afar, When I Miould In? huitid to the riihlnc keel, Orchaln'd tothe ll)liiu' car. 11a! ha I li.il they found me at lat, They Invited me forth nt length...

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. — 29 July 1881

WIALOC1UK OF THE HOR8KS. WlllCtrlcton. rinsr nonsR. Wo aro the pete of men Ttie pampered pets of men. There Is naught for us too gentle and good In tho graceful days of our babyhood ; We frisk and caper in childish glee Oh, nono to pretty and proud at we I They cheer and cherish us In our play Ob, none so smilingly sweet as they I And when a little our lives hare grown, Each has a table and room his own, A waiter to fill his bill of fare, A barber to clean and comb his hair. Yes, wc aro the pets of men The pampered pets of men. They show us, gayly dressed and proud, To the eager )csof the clamorous crowd; They champion us In the rattling race, They praise our beauty and pralso our pace) They keep for us our family trees They trumpet our names beyond tho seas ; They hang our portraits on their walls, And paint and garnish and gild our stalls. Yes, wo arc the jtcts of men The pampered pets of men. ecoji house. Wc are the slaves of men The menial slaves of men. They lash us over the du...

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. — 29 July 1881

The President's Condition. Tho past few days luivo been un.ioin ones throughout tlio country, on no mint of tho unfavorable chnngo in tlio condition of tlio President. Up to lust Saturday lili progrem to wards lecovory lmJ hceti entirely uitii fuetoiy. Hut nt tlmt tlmo u chango oe curreil which threatened n speedy filial tcrinlimtion. It Is supposed that thu triune of tlio clmii?o was tlio stoppage of tlio How of pus from tlio wound, pro duced by tho formation of n sac deep In tho wound. The linincilliito result was to throw tlio patient Into n chill, no foinpanicd by rigors, and fo lowed by hi(;h fever. On Sunday one of thu phy sicians nindo nu incision In the Presi dent's back, which reached tho ob structed passage in tho OREGON. A Few Observations From tho Capital of Holt. wound and started the pus again to dis-1 charging j audit was hopud that this! operation would entirely relievo htm. Hut the expectations of the physicians' were not realized and there have since (Special Cor. ...

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. — 5 August 1881

Vn Kaucbes tlb VOLUME XVII. To Our Subscribers. To all subscribers who arc In arrears for THE COUNTY PAPER, and who will oomo In and scKlo up and pay ono years' subscription In advance, wc will make him a presont of " Dr. Kendall's Trcaliso on the Horse. " It la a valuable book and every owner of a horso should have one. Call and sec tlictn. The doctors report business lively. Henry Holtgieyo burled 'Ins babe Iti't Thursday. Hob. Hester is now perfectly happy to Dr. Gosliu says, and lie ought to know. Wo tiro sorry to learn that Mr. Well Soper will .shortly remove his fam ily to St Joseph. The James boys are giving Missouri another emigration boom. Tlt.it Is, to boom on through to Kansas. Who will carry away the prize? Wo will give a year' subscription to unymic bringing in the biggest water melon this year. Mtwlu by the band. Prof. Graves and his Silver Cornet Hand of sixteen pieces will bo here with Johnson & Co's Circus on Monday, Aug. 8. Some of the side-walks have bcon repa...

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. — 5 August 1881

"" ' '' r Si 9 - r THE COUNTY PAPER. Iljr IIOIIVNH A WAI. I.Kit. OHEGON, MO Till! TKMROBIRV. ColtMHooilcd Murder of the Con ductor. Particulars of tho Dastardly Deed. Tho Rock Island Argus of July 10th wives the followlnc account of the trntn rohlierv which occurred nt Winston, near Cameron, .Mo., on the evening ot July 15th I tic tram was ooanica at w union bv n gang of men, while a mimlicr of accomplices were mreaiiy in uiiiercni iris oi mo cum, a signal wns Riven and the robbers rutdicd forward ami shot the coiiiluctor nml marie an effort to kill tlie engineer, but the latter escaped In the darkness nnd a stone mason, v. no was one ol tlie pasncn ccrs, was mistaken for the engineer and killed instantly. Having secured jiossesslon of the train one of tnem ran to tlie engine, steam was nppiicu ami me irain suru-u over me track at n furious rate of speed. The robbers then started for the express ines fencer and another sound started for the ears. when an order was given to the passe...

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. — 5 August 1881

CHILDREN'S CORNER. ONI! OF HIS NAMK8. 8t. Nlchotaa NcTcr a boy had to many name; Tlicy called lilm Jimmy, and Jim, and Jamc, Jcems and Jamie; nnd well lie knew Who It was that wanted him, too. The boys In tho drect ran after him, Shouting out loudly, "Jim 1 Hey, J-1-m-m l" Until the echoes, lltllo and big, Seemed to bo dancing a Jim Crow Jig. And llltlo Mabel out In tho hall "Jlm-mi Jlm-mj."' would sweetly call, Until ho answered, and let her know "VVhcro she might And him, sho loTed him so. Grandpa, R'ho was dignified, And held his head with an nlr ot pride, Didn't believe In abridging namci, And mndo the most that he could of ".T-a-m-c-s 1" But If papa ever wanted him, Crisp and curt was tho summons, "Jim!" That would make the boy In his errands run Much faster than If ho had said, "My son." niddy OTlynn could never, It seems, Call him anything cho hut "Jcems;" And when tho nurse, Old Mrs. McVyse, Called him "Jamtnlc," It sounded nice. But sweeter and dearer than all tho rest, Was...

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. — 5 August 1881

Br 1 x . 1 v I K r . W SI. v ' S V'. t;-... it r, i! 1 1.1- rim COUNTY PAPER, HV HOIIYNS. WAI.f.lIUi UIIKUON, MO, Kotcrrd at II10 I'nstotricr fpcciiul-cl.w matter. at tlrciron, Mo us Tarmi of Subscription: TWO nOI.LAHS A YEAR IN AltVAXCK. FlttllAY, AVUVNT 8, 18HI. Advertising Rate, which arc rrry reasonable, when the tarco cir culation ctTiiKCou.STV r.M'Kit Is. considered will bo mado known on iipillc:t ton to the 1'uli fishers. Money miy bp sent nt our risk by l'ostsnico pnter, itratt or rcchtrrrd letter. Oorrcpontciiet and now nro always desired, but lcttm mint bo brief anil mint have the Kfnulno name ot tlie author, not fur publication but m n utiarnnty t gtotl faith. Communications In tlio Interest of candidates will bo ringed tor at the rata ot thrco cents iwrwont.CMh In aitvauec. Obituary poiry will be charRcd for nt the rate nf, ten rents per lino and tlio Cash niMt accompany th manuscript, llelcctcd manuscript will not be returned. l.ott;rAfnr publication rilioutd reach us b...

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