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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 5 August 1881

THE l'ltOJJlOY OF THE AOli. A BlofrphlM Rhitlah of ika MtoMnrl liar I'rewcher. Nature, t tli., seomn in xhlliit Iter ndfln drflnneo ol her own taw, giving tho world nxKlgi In Its vnrlo.ts imrimcnts. We linvollio Niagara, I" Geography ; tlw Slamexe twins, In IMiys oloevt Clmttr.rton, in LUcraluro; White, In l'oesy: Ileridiell, In Astroim my; Wind Tom, In Miwle, niul Hob Norvcll lit tlto department of Natural w,.i,,i-v. 'rim Missouri 1mv l'ruaeher U . tmidiuv In iuiv lit you may viow l.tm In stature five twl four and ti half InM. In wululit 13ft lM)umls. Hl lic:ul measures nineteen luehes tlm smallest iuIikt mini can boan mm claim rationality TI10 iiiatvelou pe.. ....lUi-ltlo.R do 111.tf.U1p with hlsiii.iuwry If it did ho would Ixs 11 prodigy cany of .utilitnntlnu. and Imvu hi comple itiunt. Ill Hllud Tom, tho colored hoy Alile. from imisic, Ultiul Tom Is nn Imbecile. Ho cannot eon vnmnniiiiuucU-dlv uuil mtlouiilly on any subject out Hide of iiinslo or tho simple iii'lileiitM of dai:v...

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. — 5 August 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, My DOllYNS ft WAI.I.KIt. OHEGON. MO t CANNOT Till.!. YOU WHY. I1T 40E!'IIINB rOlXAtlt). When HoWn rnmo a-courtlng mc, A comply youtli was lie, Wlillo I was Imt n country 1am, An Almplr as could bo; I nlwiiyn hliulicil wns 111 nt case Whenever lie was by; AihI feltm very, very queer, 1 cannot tell you wliyl The doners lie brought I Mil away Wllliln a secret nook; Ho never picssnl lmw dear they were, Or knew what pains I took To keep them lorn;; and w licit they grew Quite f.nUsI, old, and dry, My tear ell on them lll;o n dew, I cannot tell you why I Each elft he pave, each word he spoke Tome was vtryili-ur; And yet I was but half inytvlf Whenever ho was near; As restless as the startled fawn, As timid and as shy, 1 was .uid yet ho courted mc, I cannot tell oti why I Oil, there were maidens fair to see, Ucdeokod w.lth many n pein, Who would have smiled delightedly Hail Uobln courted tlictn; And In those strangely pleasant days, I used to wonder why He slighted those,...

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. — 5 August 1881

r. THIS DREAM Ol' YOUTH. London Or afire (I built mo n ycoi long years ago, And I fitted It out llko the galleys of old; Its tails were as white as fresh fallen snow. And Is bows wero resplendent with crimson and Bold. Its bulwarks were firm, andlts masts strongand tall. J And a gay-colored fiction on high was spread; The beauty of Youth led a charm lo It all, And an Imago of Hopo was Its proud figure head. I launched It ono morn In the spring of the year, When the breezes were low, and tho sunbeams , were bright; And I, In the pride of my youth, had no fear T Of tho strength of tho waves or the gloom of tho night. Bo I reamed of tho riches my galley would bring From tho lands where no bark had been ever before: But the summer pasicd by, and spring wore round to spring, And. my vessel returned not, alas, to the shore. 7 f At length ono dark autumn It came back to me, But Us masts were all broken, Its bows were ( bare; Its bulwarks were covered with growth of the sea, And tho figure ...

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. — 5 August 1881

I. 4 COMING. TH T SHOW OF ALL! OREGON, MO., ONDAY AUGUST 8, 1881. J. T. Johnson Co s circus and Trained Animals BIGGEH M X .4 .0 i u Will give two performances daily at 1 and and most complete organization ever brought troducmir all the circus . . periormance mat cannoi V A Troupe of Trained Horses. A School of Educated Doss. Better 4 OF THE FDNNIK8T CLOWNS Admission, 50 Cents; The President. Tim official bulletins f tliu President's cotulltloii for tliu piist week otiitltl not havo been more fnvorablo ami satlsfao tory, and tho universal tooling Is one ol .conflilenco in tliu President's recovery. There may bo hidden dangers, nml the President may experience another .set back on his' roail toward convalescence, but people- prcicr to believe that from this time forward his progress to health will be steady ami rapid. Tho surgeons, however, say the pa tient Is not yet out of dancer, ami whllo they believe ho will recover, they abate none of their efforts or vigilance in his behalf, b...

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. — 12 August 1881

Win KaucUcr d VOLUME XVII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. 1881. NUMBER 9. To Our Subscribers. To all subscribers who aro In arrears for THE COUNTY PAPER, and whs will come In and settle up and pay one years' subscription in advance, wo will make him a present of " Dr. Kepdall's Treatise on the Horse. " It is a valuable book and every owner or a horse should have one. Call and soo them. If you don't like this Item pass on to the next. It If. lint. About two degree more would make It hotentot. Hev. S. Carothcrs will picueh nt the M. E. church next Smnlay both morn lug mid livening. Tho attorneys of tlio Tnlbott boy have attached the Tnlbott estate to si euro their fees, which amount to i?l,ni5fl riie Northwestern Missouri Inimi grntinn Society will call n river linpnivr incut convention for October, nt St Joseph. .mini Meyer. Sr., of New l'oint sum inirty-llvp lienil of lings Inst weel. 1o Cain & On., nt s?.'i.7f. They nveru"- d 22,rt pounds. Look not upon the watermelon whe...

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. — 12 August 1881

T TV ' IE I ft '.I ,1 rt if TDB COUNTY I'APKIt. lly DOHYNH & WAI.I.KIt. ORKGON, MO WEEKLY REVIEW. In his arms tcHl out while Lawrence led the bill mul for the umliitcnni.ee id Inviolability liorscs on the ferry, a Miiall flat boat. The of lcafcs. The Home llulert., in a mictlug, do liultcs then HcpihhI aboard, ami the craft was cldcd to ak the government fiy, the right to pushed In the Mrcant. When midway the debate the (uhiect of Irish arrcsln. and In tho horses Iwcanic frightened and bepan rearing 1 event of a refusal to bring It forward, ol going and backing and In their struggles they crowded Into committee of mpply or an appropriation! the mother, baby and daughter Into Uic ft renin ItomcMlc. A pinning mill was burned In Chica go, Ailf-Hd. I.of 20,000. lll9hop K. O. Hnvcn died at Salem, Oregon, Aug. 2d, aged !0 years. An explosion In a brewery In New York, JulyDOlh, caused a damage nimmntltigtn 2.r,000. Perkins llres.' machine fand planing mill at Anqultn, Maine, burned .lu...

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. — 12 August 1881

rnufrfl op the Titorics. tit MIIS. DKM90X. Yellow banana, mottlcit with brown, Lust red with pearly dew, lay tlio fair rind with a bcnlson down, Marking It shining hue, Lined with ft delicate, creamy fur, 8eo how the hand of God, Give richer treasures than gold and myrrh Unto the bursting Rod. Oranges I oranges I fresh ns'tho day, Hest In'tho garden's range, With the .tinge of nmlxsr melting away Into a richer change', With tiny la'onds of yellow mould, l'ceplng from rich sea-green, And a cunning network of red and gold Covering all between. Open the fragrant peel the cells Arc bursting with luscious wine, Drink deep of the nectar that never tells The mournful talc of the vine. It bright robes ttntcd with royal red, And the salmon's glowing dyes, I think by the crown on the pineapple's head. 'Ttvas tlio king fruit of parudln'. How luscious Its Juicy flavors arc I Horn under a tropic sun, With never tho breath of frost to mar, Or the cold Hast wind to shun i On the rich man's princel...

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. — 12 August 1881

I i; Tin; T...HYN1. A lyAM.i'.llt OHKllON, MO. filtered nt the .I'.istortlce at Orrpoti, Mo., in sonttul-rl.-it. matter. Term, of Subiorlptloti! TWO KOLiaiIHA YK.VIi INAllVANCK. rUIIAY, AUGUST l. 1HHI. AdvartUlBK Rate. vhleh at ety iswoiiable, when the torse fir ciil.itoiintTilKl.OliNTV Tavkii Is considered Mill tnudi' known on apptti'atiin In tin' I'uh Ushers. Money may he sent at unr risk b) I'mwnioe tinier, dratt or rci'lstercd letter. t'i)ttrpniilinra atiit news arc always desired, hut letters must tie liriet an J must liave tlic f'.rnuluc name of the author lint (or publication but as a I'.unranty W good f.iitlt. Communication lntht Intrrrsi o( candidates ill becU7rKl for at the rito of three cent pi.r wohl. cah In Idvauce. Obituary pevtry will br charged for t the .rateottrncrnu per line and tbu Cash niMt aeeompanf Ui manuscript. Hfctedninoslpt will not be returned, Utters for publication should reach us by Tuesday neon to Insure Insertion In that week' pap". All letters shoul...

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. — 12 August 1881

t'ltOHllUTION AN ill IHIMnt'N IX OHIO, (From IIjc.CUm-Iii untl lliiztlc 'I'lio ndvntieo iempnwtico -thinker,, who nro represented liy the l'rohlliltlon Jsls.iwllli sitelnlnteuso ,nil iii,c(iiniro inislnn; lender ns lit. 1-coimrd, demand jirohlliltton iilalu and .simple, mill ex .press n determination to lu satlsllcd with nothing short of that. They opu vntu with or rotintenunro thoso who, In the lnt!i-'.t of temperance, Invor the regulating of tliu liquor tralllu with a .vlmv to tllnilnlshlnjr thu evil resulting from tlu; uso of intoxicating tit inks Their lenders nro so Intent upon the idea of prohibition that thoy liavo, In their JonmalH, denounced ns worse than five traders thom who favor lleen.u or tut, or regulation of any kind. They icrurd thu nsi! of Intoxicating llipiors us a sin in Itself, ami all who recognize It hy tax or license ns sinner.'). These are the l'rohlliltlonlsts, and they are as tincoiuproniMn; as they are earnest. It is this party Unit made thu ticket at l.n...

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. — 12 August 1881

(..mmiKSEBcrncmatrmanarx THE COUNTY PAPER. f DOI1TNH A WAI.M'.K. OUK(20N, MO IN SCHOOL 1IAY.S. joiin u. wiuttikii. .Still hilo the nchool-limifc liy tlic roml, A rgl bepfcar sunning; Around It ctlll the mmaclis grow, And blackberry vlrirs are running. Within, the maun r's desk Is occn, Deep ecarrcd by nips official ; The wurpliiR floor, the battered wills, 1 lie jick-knlfc's carved Initial. The chtirtoal frescoes on Its wnllv, lis ildor'd worn till Ix-lrnylng The fwt that creeping alow to nehool Wont dtornilng out to playing. Ijntig year nirn a winter Mm Sbonoover It at t-ctllnt;! Lit up ltd western wlmlo.v uin- And low cave' Icy fretilnn. It touched the tangled golden curN And brown eye?, full of Krlcvlna, Of one who otlll her teps delayed When nil the fcliool were leaving. Vnr near her f food the little txy Her c1i1M1p.1i far or ulngled; Hbi cap pulled low upon hi faec Where prldo and Miamc were mingled, Pushing with rcstlcM feet tho snow To right and left, he lingered, A rcatlewl...

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. — 12 August 1881

CHILDREN'S CORNER. WIIKHKHIIALI, llAHY fi)IMI-,K 115? lit 1. O. HOLLAND. Over tlit cridlo the mother hung, Softly cooing a dumber gong, And thcue were the ilmple word ihenung All the evening long: ' "Check or cliln, orknticklo or knee, Where iha.ll tho babv' dimple hot Wlicrc 1U0JI tho nngel'g nngo; rcit When he comes down to thehnby'n nest I Where (hall tho angel' totth' remain When heawalitiisiny babaglnl Still ns alio bent nd nan no low A murmur Into hcrnjUlc broke, And she paused to hca for she couM hut l-w The baby's angel spkc ' 1 "Check or chlti, or imeklc or knee, "Where shall tho baly't tllinplo I'd Where nhall my lUgcr fall and rest When I come tl(n to the baby's nest' Where, shall tiijfltiKcr's touch rcmali; When I wake our babe ngaln I Silent the nii-dcr sat and dwelt Long on tV w ect delay of choice, And then b. her baby's side she knelt And sani'wltli pleasant voice: "Not on tic limb, 0 angel dear I Korthc claims with Its youth will disappear; Not on Ihi check elmll th...

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. — 12 August 1881

Mound City. 1 Hni- n...,l..l (:... ,1 l..t... W 11....I 1 V" l IIIUI II ! IIU MlIIU ilUI If retm'tunl Kri'dav from Ids vl-lt to J mil. una. W. II.l.indfordiMjntemp.atespjiti;! U tin MnU! of Maine soon. Hi; cn-. perls to Im gone sometime, Mr.i. Aiifilhi Itnmti.e la ul.ni.li lm. proving, nnd il Is hoped that she mav, ..f.... ..ii ' unci .in, recover uer imam cilllll im ....... ...i..,,v f.i:i 1111111 lllllll H- hootl Vill slot; nlan. lint nf 1.I..1 m.......,..!.. was thought to 1)0 better. I he enusu of tlil-4 Is not given. Henry Tipton left for Montana with H. H. Ilarrl-on bought lilies- Km Jils family, Sunday night, llu Imd a son's fnrni hut week. lie. will timvu in tsale and disposed of all his surplus soon. Itltoy talks of going west where goods, blaeksmlthing tools, etc., on lie ettn grow up with the counlry. ' .Saturday. Wu are sorry to lose, hlni 1 C (J. Aiken came over on the foot lint wu cannot uxpuct to keep all good line fi i lown 1'olnt Thursdnv hst .cit,z:;!,1i' I Jl" l"n...

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. — 19 August 1881

r VOLUME XVII. BADEN & CO., LEADING FASHIONABLE HATTERS -AND- Men's Furnishers. AGENTS CELEBRATED STETSON, BUM AM EM EATS. FINE DRESS SHIRTS TO ORDER. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. WEEK AT 421 Felix Street, 8. ('. O'KAI.I.ON. I.KKllt I11TINH O'FALLON & IRVINE, Attorney at Law, 1!:;on, mihsivoiii. "Will praetleo In all courts (it Missouri. ('ollvcllon.-i, mill all manner n( lexnl business will rerelvx mr prompt ntlentlnn. C-f7" OIIIok iirlh.Mlo nl Conn I Ion v, over Minde's Dnig Nttuvi H.TEllHS ALKIUE, Attorney at Law, oiir.no.'-, mo. Will pnu'tlru In all the courts of Mlwiuil. Itesl estulc wkI colled lou business (iroiiij il 1 y Htlriiilail In Onice over Holiullc llros Htcin-. A. II. JAMISON, Attorney at Law, Paul E-.tf.ta, Inauranoo a& Colloot- MOUND CITY. MISSOlTIH. WMpritttlet-lu nil the courts ot northwest Miss nil. T. C. DUNG AN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OIU.OON, .MISSOlTIH. W ill practice III "II Omits i( Mlnntirl, Kansas Will Nclnietku. Ileal I'Matu UiiIiii'mi, and I'olii'Cthm...

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. — 19 August 1881

THE COUNTY PAPEB. 117 IMMIYNH A WAM.KIt. ORE 30N, MO A BLACKSMITH'S LOVING. 1 had resolved,, wtfh many persons 110 doubt who linil shnkon off Its yellow dust, never to visit the dismal little town of lHoomsbury again. It wns so cnllcil, perhaps, because of Its utter lnck of vegetation, nnd because of Its being 11 Sahara of red clay roails anil snnily plains, over which sickly shrubs nml vines strovo nml knotted together. I had left It In July, with n dull, hot sun cracking and seaming the dry marsh, leading to the town, and felt as If spared the commission of a crime bv tho sud den telegram which recalled mo to the citv. I whipped my horso into a mad gallop, and looklng'iicithcr to tho right nor left, nnlmtitcu by it vauuo wonder ns to how any 0110 existed there. Again It was July, and by a singular chain of circumstances I found mvself rambling leisurely on horsebaek clown tho dusty high street of' Hloomsbury. Tho samo" red sun was blistering thu paint on tho llttlo new post-olllce...

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. — 19 August 1881

A T.KOKNO or UAIIVRSr. mt xooin rAwcr.rr fit. NIcJioyu. So long ago tlmthtstory paj No heed nor record o( how long, Duck In the lovely dreamy days, Ths tlay of story and of song. Before the world had crowded grown, Whllo wrong on earth waa hard to And, And half the earth had never known The forms and faces of mankind. When Jnet as now the years would keep Their terms of snows and sans and show CXS It chanced that Summer dropt nlcep, One morning In a Held of flowers. And while the warm weeks came and fled In all their tender wealth of charm, Shc'slept, with beauteous golden head Laid softly on her mllk-whlto arm. the did not hear the waving trees, The warbling brook she did not hear, Nor yet the vclvct-coatcd bees That boomed nbout her n)iy ear. In many a yellow breezy niajs, The rich wheat ripened fnr away, And glittering on the fragrant grot, Her silver sickle Idly lay. Hut then at last, one noontide hour, A gorgeous moth, while hovering by, ' M If took her sweet mouth for a flower...

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. — 19 August 1881

COUNTY PAPER uv DOHYNS. Ai WAl.UUt. Ulti:(ION, .MO. Hntrrfd at the I'ostoltlcc nt Orer-ou, Mo., U'Cninl-cUvi mutter. Terms of Subsorlutlont TWO HOLLA KS A YEAR IU ADVANCE. j ticrnoiinl item with which the imhllu ! gcMH-ra'ly has iiu 1 iiIni.-. , Um, us remarked In tlio lioritmiii;r, I nu iiniuoted seiillnieiit ii otaervublo, ami wo,linn;lnotliiit In tlto approaching I Marrying season tlioru will bu 11 vury healthy dUiiicllnntion towards furnish itiir Ht3 of presents to newspapera -ununli nt least to ilcflno thu social slutus of tliou who do furnish lisU. Flit DAY, AUGUST II), 1881. Advertising Ratal, Tililch are very reasonable, when thu l.iro tlr dilation of TiibCoumv I'Ai'Kit U considered Mill lit- made known dm nppllc.it ti to tliu I'uli Ushers. Money may bo sent at our risk by roslulTh'c order, ilriift or registered letter. Correspntiileneu and new are always desired, lint loiters limit ho brief ami timt have the genuine name of tlio aullior, lint fur l'libllealloit but as a gua...

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. — 19 August 1881

A LIFE OF CRIME. JtMtllaettons of .Bitty Plnkerton tf-the James and Vaungerites peradoes. A aar WMek IlobtxuMinnkf), Rrtll way TraliiH and fttngft C'aachc. aUd 8 hot hMM n Through the Ibid Without tbe Slightest Came or Provocation. Tfcelr Crimea, I.rndlMK Up to the nob fcory of Uio Norlhacld Ilnuk. tVmm Uio Clilraito Tlincs.1 Tim roliliory of tlio Hock Islniul nn d I'licllto train ul Winston on tliu '22t tilt., was, it Is no. v very generally bolleveil, done, under the leadership of the notor ious duspomilo Jcscu Juntas. Jemo mid Frank Junius nro now almost tlio ouly onus loft of tlio old bands of doxpuru lous whuo namo wns a terror through out tlio Missouri valleys for J cars. Tlio lumen ami Younger brothers worked together for a long time, and perpetua ted a series of daring roliberle.n and atrocious murders Hint made thorn fa mous lu tlto criminal hlstoiy of the West and Southwest, hut since tlio Xorthlleld robbery, three ycais ago, which terminated in the killing of two or threu...

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. — 19 August 1881

4 fj THE COUNTY PAPER. Iljr nOIITNR WALl.Kll. OREGON, MO MAIIV MOItltlON. t'rewccl for jr to Bonny Ty, Karetrecl to Cralgle Leu, Karen wl to native Hleland liamo, An' farowcel ay to Hire, Mary MorrlMm An' farcwi-11 ay to tlioc. The Illy blooms In Logic borr, TIic row In Logic aliaw, 'Hut I tnituu brokcn-licurlol It-n' flic fairest flower o' a', Mary Morrison Tin) falrcft flower o' a'. 'Oh, liUt thou U-cn n roltaee inalil, And I a totter swain, 1 might he'a ta'cn thec to Hip kirk And maiVc tlioc a' my atn, Mary MorrUon And in.ido (lice it' my uln! THE MILLER'S" GRAND-DAUGHTER. Tlio summer afternoon waned :it hint; the flaming sun declined toward the horizon, ami a cool soft brec.e. Ini'.v prcsslbly delightful nftcr the heat of iiio aay, began to mow. Since carlv dawn Lizzie Dtipont had been toiling at lior needle, but now she throw down her work, and, leaving the old mill, Blood on the rude plank thnt crossed tlio tnillrnce nnd looked eager ly over tlio fields. "Oh! where can Dossy b...

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. — 19 August 1881

A Thousand Yrnr Ago. Thon and I In fplrlt-land, A thousand ycara ago, Watched tlio vravw brat on a strand, Ceaseless ebb and flow; Vowed to lore nnd ever love A thousand jenra ago. Them and I In greenwood (hade, Nino hundred years ago, Heard the wild dovo In the glad Murmuring soft and low i Vowed to lovo for evermore, Nine hundred yeara ago. Tliou and I In yonder alar, K'ght hundred yeara ago, Baw strange forma of light afar In wild beauty glow l All things change, but Iotc endures Now a long agot Thou and I lit Norman halla, ' Bcren hundred years ago, Heard tlio warder on the walls Loud hla trumpet Mow "Ton amor tern toujour," Seven hundred years ago I Thou and I In Germany, 8lx hundred years a?o, Then I bound thored cross on: "True love, I mutt iro, Hut we part to meet again In tlio endless flow t" Thou and I In Syrian plains, Five hundred years ago, Felt the wild fire In our veins To a fever flow I All things die, but Ioto lives on Now as long ago I Thou and I In shadow-land, Fo...

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. — 19 August 1881

MM). .i. ' - - 1 1 .. i , . , , , , , .. Yi VL' r It I- 'ii. The Nation's Patient. Thu American people havu again to faco V:nl news about tho President. '1 lis time, tho physicians, who have heretofore Insisted upon giving the pub lleroso-coloroil accounts, nro unable to conceal thoir ulnrm. As thoy put it, t con, plication has arisen, and the prusl dent's stomach reject nourishment This happened Sunday night and since that time his death lias been muniuntu rily expected, and Mrs. Uarlleld was told by the iJiyslclous to pivpuro for thcwotvL Tins very latest dispatches, however, jt lcforo wego to press, nro of a more encouraging character, but while there Is n llttlo ronssurance, great Hnxlety Is still manllested by his phy sicians. If tho stomach recovers its functions, tho President .may go on gaining gradually, but tho chances uro two U) ono against his recovery. EDITORIAL NEWS NOTES. ' Is Ilnnlnu them nil? tho noblest lto'inun of Ohio grnpo growers do not expect moro than one-thi...

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