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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 26 August 1881

M It u Teen , sSaw !S0li Heat 'A. As I Cam; IVhil The' Tl (("ARM SCINE If? H0L1 COUMTY. VOLUME XVII. OREGON MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 18sT BADEN & CO., LEADING FASHIONABLE HATTERS NUMBER 11. -AND- Men's Furnishers. AGENTS FOU THE CELEBRATED STETSON, IMP AND Ml HATS FINE DRESS SHIRTS TO ORDER. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WHEN AT EXPOSITION II GIVE A 421 Felix Street, St. Joseph Mo. S. V. oVaI.I.ON. t.KHIH IltVINi: O'FALLON & lit VINE, Attorneys at Law, OIlKdON, Missointi. Will prartlee In all courts nf Mlssoiul. 7 Per Cent, fifloney TO LOAN For a short or long period on Improv- j;ollello,,s, and nil mmnierof Si hi.sh.es, , ,T. ,f i i V'l. . XKK will rt Iwt our prompt n'teiitloii. 111 !l "ndy of choice Hottoni Lipid, 1 1-2 'yiJu&himR. "l VMm uvor fouth of ATonml City; will lease amine. iiiiik more. ...... . , ' f JI.TEBBS ALK1IH3, Attorney at La w, OltKOOr , MO. X III limrltre 111 nil 11m mlirti iifMlc'ifHit-l Itenl estate mill rulleflliiii biisliit-s.4 promptly Oilier over...

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. — 26 August 1881

the county papim. 1 WEEKLY REVIEW. Uy 1IOIIYNS WAM.KU. OREGON, mo tiir h.ai)ioli;.. Mary Wagcr-Fishcr in tlio New York Tribune writes: Is tliero nny reason for supposing that gladiolus is not as Lardy as most of tlio so-called lmrdy bulbs? Kvcry spring when tlio plot of ground is spaded up in which I plant cladiola bulbs, there aro always somo bulbs found in (lie ground that escaped being lifted m tlio fall, and invariably tlicv aro in excellent condition and beginning to crow. Sovcro as was last winter, the. bulbs found in tlio bed at spading timo were solid ana linn, ana (tending tin sboots of trrowth. I havo not observed that sucli bulbs aro any less satisfactory tlmn aro others. that have been stored indoors, and if anyone of largo experience in the culture of this superb flower can givo reason why the bulbs should lifted, I would much like to know it, as I havo it in mind to leave a portion or initio in the ground the coming wintcr.and although 1 havo many varieties, I am not d...

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. — 26 August 1881

MY TnCNDLK 11ED. As I rummaged through the attic, listening to the failing rain. As. It pattered on the shingles and against tl e window pane, Tceplng o'er the chests and boxes, which with dust were thickly spread, Saw I hi thd farthest comer what was once my trundle tvd. !So I drew It from the rcccw, whero lthad re mained to long, Hearing all the while the music of my mother's voice In song, .'As she sang In sweet accents what I slnco havo often read, "Hush, .my dear, lie still nnd slumber, holy angels guard thy bed." .As I listened, recollections that I thought had been forgot, Came with all tlio gusli of memory rushing thronging to the spot; .And I wandered back to childhood, to thoic merry days of yore, "When I knelt beside my mother, by this bed upon the floor. Then It was, with hands so gently placed upon my Infant head, That she taught my lips to utter carefully the words she said. Never havo they been forgotten, deep arc they In iftemory riven. "Hallowc Iks Thv name, oh, lea...

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. — 26 August 1881

Ell'.iU'U.jlL""" ;sr 'i i Tin: COUNTY PAPEK, I.V ioiyn.s. t w.yr.i.i:u, OUKdO.N, MO. Tin: jiitouonr. !tt ii country :i,W0 tnUt-s liing urn from 1.000 Io 'J.000 miles wiilu Ilium I I ni'co'.'iully much tllviTfliy of soil :itul ullinntii. 'I ho universal failure of orops ' hi ouch mi t!tcuilvo rcgnm Is n most ... . I iniproliiiltlo event. Certainly such tin Kntcilttttf.pPmt..nice nt Oregon, Mo., u i ooottrreucc hns huvcr linimcncu' m the United States. The draught, which 1ms il FROM seconil.c',;i mailer. Torm of Snbucrtptlons TWO DOl.l.iltS A Yfi.VH IX AHVAXOK. FlttnAY AUUUsT SO, 1881. Advertising Rntoa, which nrn very rcaonahlc, when tlic liirire clr riitntlifiiof TiikCouxtv l'Arhit Is conilik-rcil will lie made kinmd on application to tlie. l'uli llilien. Money may be sent nl mir rlk ly rosUftlcc nnlrr, draft or rciO'tenM! letter. Ootrc51Tn)('rti Hint new nro nlva desired, tint letter nuut he litlcf mid mint luuc tlio ftrnulnr name nf Urn author, not (or imhllcntlon tint m n plurali...

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. — 26 August 1881

i THE MEXICAN PEOPLE. Aa Interesting Letter From an Oregonlan In the Land of Sand. Al.liL'QUKiiqUK, N. M. Aug. 20. Mil, Eihtoii; Thinking i tow lines front this section of lliu globe would bo relished by your many readers I shall sclzo tho tnonicnt of Inspiration and lrop,you a tow paragraphs, nnd If it litis Mm desired effect you shall hear from my powerful pun again. It appears lo be tliu generally accep ted Idea that the railway sv'ftcm which is proposed and is being introduced in Now Mexico will plaeo the state on an equal basis with tio first of progressive nations. Tho country may reach that nemo of power and jrcatiiess, but the people nuvcr will. As no ouo over saw wood which had been converted to stone, so no one ever yaw a Mexican filled with progressive Ideas. As in the nno ease the woody substance Is displaced and replaced with mineral niutvrialt'fco in the other wilt wo fico the Mexican either displaced or become an undercurrent mid the country tilled with progressive fo...

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. — 26 August 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, lf 1IOI1TN8 WALl.Kll. OHKGUN, MO HADV'S BONO OI' TI1H NKfV Dltl'.SS. l'ctroleuni WnrM. , Wurk U'urk! wurk! While ttic chickens are cronlnp; nloof I An1 wurkl wurkl wurk! While the cats arc out on tlio roof! For, oclil I'm inakln' a drew, Cut bla. with fpanglca galore; An' how it wilt rlitnc at ttic picnic and ball Wld Its buttons liehlnt ami Iwforc. , Wurkl wurk! wurkl Till tne brain Ix-rIiis to tchwhn! Wurki wurk! wurk! Till the man av the houc come In ! foam an' btiftlc an' band, Hand an' butlc an' team "KlrtU four half rit-ht nml left-" Orb, I fee It all In ailrcam. Ocli, men wM slMers dear! Oili, men with mothers nnd w I veil I'll thou them tlrh an Meruit ilrcs As they never naw In tt.clr liven. Stitch I frtltcli ! otttch ! That brawn -faced Tolly McKHrt, 8hc tilvcr can idihic wld llrldi?et McKlne, W.icn arrayed In my poltynazc skirt. Wurk! wurk! wurk! From tin till breakfast time I Wurk! wurk! wurk! As a jxx;t would wurk at rhyme! Hand an' bustle an' team, Sea...

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. — 26 August 1881

CiniPBEN'S CORNER. IIOY8 WANTED. TJtlcaOfotmcr. Boys of spirit, bo;s of wilt, Boys of muscle, brain, and power, Fit to cope with anything, Tliete are vrnnted svery hour. Not the weals and whining drones, Who all trouble magnify; Not tho watchword of "I can't." But the nobler one, "I'll try'' Do whate'er you haTC to iv With a.true earncit Bend you sinews to tl tkt "Put your shoul(W to the wheel." Though your dW tty 00 nnrtJi Look not or 't n 111 5 If It be an Vicst task, Do It w1'1 nn honest will. In thcnr't8'"Pi on the farm, At the desk, whero'er you be, F.iin your fuluro efforts, boys, Comes a nation's destiny. Tltel'clio. A little boy onco went homo to lils mother nndsnlil: "Mother, sister mm I went out into tho cimlcn, nntl wo were calling 1 about. nml there wns somebody mocklnc us i " "How do you menn, Johnnie?" snld lils mother. "Why," sniil tho child, "I wns cull lni out ' Hoi' nml till boy srtUl 'Hoi' So l sniil to him, 'Who nroyon?' nnil lio niKwnrml. 'Who nro vouP' I snld' ...

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. — 26 August 1881

THE WESTERN M. E. CONFERENCE. Extensive Arrnnflemp nls Dclnq Made for the Coming Event by our Gcr . man Friends. . . - Wo have made mention of tlic faa that tho German M.K. Western confer ence is to be held lioro commencing on September 8th. Hut It Is evident Unit few bnvo given the subject thought. Whilo many lu our midst uro aware of thoilmportanco of such meeting, yet the majority will not fully coniiri!lioml It until thoy liavo attended one. When you take into consideration that nearly Jlfty minister, accompanied with their Irelntlves and friend, professor, news .paper men, etc., who umilly attend such gatherings, will gather hern all t mCit such men. Personal and Society. Win. H. Bradford Is visiting friends' In Mulhc. Mls Xettlo Nlos has returned from Ilrownvllle, Nebraska. Miss Julia Lnekhardt spent last week with relatives and friends In Mound City. Mrs. F.llznboth Cross of St. Joseph Is visiting the family of Dr. I.ehuiei' of this city. Charley Mann of V.i-1 Hulo, will leav...

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. — 2 September 1881

V VOLUME XVII. CHAMBERS NIAMEY S CO, ST. JOSEPH, MO. TAKE A LONG STEP TO THE FRONT THIS FALL with tho lnrfrstnnaMctllihtol Dry Goods Htoro In tho Rtato nutsMo of St. Louis Thev have Imt completed a innirulflccnt system (if Improvements, Including I ho mt(1ltln of Tn-o'Mnro "loorn to their Rtutu room j each HO feet long by 3J feet wide, connected Willi the first Hour by The First Passenger Elevator overused In tlio Dry flood business In this elty. This gives tliem three inncnlflcrnt rooms nnd a liaM-mclit any ono of which Is as larite as any ordln.try Dry Ooods Store, lly im-atis of the Ule vntor eaeh Hour Is made us accessible us the llrst. unit nil are 111 ted up so us to give the best light iitul show goods to tho best povlblo advantage, Their .Second Hour Is fitted up as ti SUPERB CLOAK AND SUiT ROOM, where nre itesplnyed tlio very latest novelties In Ladles Suits, Cloaks, FtiriilshluK floods nnd Kcady Mndo (inrnients for both Ladles and children. Their iKHETW STOCK now arriving ...

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. — 2 September 1881

hi 1 THE COUNTY PAPER. WEEKLY REVIEW. lly I.OMYNS & WAI. I.Kit. OREGON,. MO llomoMtlc Evans' pinning null In burned Aug. IMtli. Loss, 13,000. Queen Victoria has glvon licr assent to tho Irish land bill, which now become a law. Nearly all tho business part of Dan- gcrflcld, Texas, burned Aug. Slth. Loss $25,- 000. Tho principal business part of the Chicago, (lli-ls Who dip Snuff. It i Lttf r In Loutitlllc Courlf r-Journl. Afow trees always grow on tho banks of crocks, oven In tho mostlntormlnablo prairie, anil on thU occasion they wero numerous enough to afford amplo shade Dinner seemed to be the main object of every one, and all sat around In clusters watching tho preparations .Inn- would watch n boy catlnp, with tho town of Arkansas City burned Aug. lth. Loss, , ..,. -m be temporarily supplied " ... . , I " I. . .. ,. i r nm ... expectation oi nnving it uuiiu inru.v.i m m,vw. Twn-tiiirds oi tno utisincss nan. oi I The criminals have been arrested and sent to I Fort Niobrara, wh...

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. — 2 September 1881

kl'A XI MUST BCII.O T1IK LADOKIl nv WHICH WK IllHK." Arthur's Home lUitulnc. "Heaven Is not reached by a single bound, But wo build tbo ladder by which we rite, From tlio lowly earth to the vaulted skies, And wo mount Its summit round by round. "Worlse by things that aro under our fect, By what wo have mastered of greed and Cain, By tho pride denoted nnd the passion stain, And vanquished ill that wo hourly meet. 4,Wohopo, wo resolve, wcjisplre, wo trust, When tho morning colls to llfo and light, But our hearts grow weary, and era tho night Our lives aro trailing sordid dust. "Wings for the anirels. but feet for the men I Wo must borrow tho wings to find the way; Wc may hope, and resolve, and aspire, and nrav. Butpur fectjmust rise, or wo full again,' MOWING. O,'.ho lightly swings his gleaming sc)tht Down In tho fragi nut clover, And ho hums ft say refrain the while As ho turns tho wlnrows over; And'.hls heart beats time to the old love rhyme Tho song of a harpy lover. Thelcool wind ...

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. — 2 September 1881

this ''COUNTY PAPEK, uv DOllYNS. ,fc W.YM.KIt. OMHION, .MO. Kutertil nttlie I'lwtufllce lit Orrirnn, Mo., in second-class matter. Tortni of Subscriptions TWO IIOI.UKSA YKAH IX ADVAKCK. mi day, SKivn:.Min:ii a, is.i.ual AJvortlnInK Rates, Y.hlrh arc wry ressonalilp, when tin larse clr .ciiliitlim nl Tmk County I'.wp.u Is eiMnldcred , will lie made, knmui un iiinillcatluii to tilt Tub Ushers'. .Money may he sent tit our risk by 1'mtnlHco order, droit or nWpml letter. (VirresMiiiMioii and news nrc always detlrcd, ,lntt letters mint tip brief mul mint haw the Kt'tiiilne name of I ho author, nut (or publication lint :u a Kiiiratity IrsoiI faith. n i it tmui lc.it I vtisj In tin1 lntcnst of eandldiiteH .will 1pi chvruoil for nt the rata of thrcv cents ( nor word, casli In nihuucc. "ottttu.tr jiof try will Ir cliarncd fur at the (rateof ten ct'iil.s per lino atul tliu Cash luiit . aeeoiiii.in.v thu mamicrit. ltejeetc1muiuirrlit will not lip rt'tiirnoil. letters for iulillc.itluii should ro...

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. — 2 September 1881

- . ., M. --M-.tk.Mi"l -kd t" B I 4 i, J V T.OMMON SCOMIS OH SVOMEV. UOHtfll'lNU , A. few weoks ngo n parcel of ruflltins t in a Massachusetts town took invou.a n ,,out of hor liouao by night nml gnvo hor , a coating of tnr lor no othur offonco in t tho world except Unit she annoyed the , noighborhooil wltb bor ovll tonguo; and , only tlio otbor duy a woman in Phlla , dolphin, unilor soino ancient nml itnrc . ponied law of Pennsylvania, was arrest ed and brought boforo a magistrate on tho chargo of bolng a common scold. A loo freo use of tho tongue was reck . oned a public offense in all tho Antuil-.-can colonics, and in England the law ful punishment ol common scolds was continued until a recent day. It was , for these that tho "ducking stool" was i Invented, which usually consists of a heavy chair fastened to tho end of a largo piece of timber, which was hung by tho mlddlo to a post at tho river side. Tho offondor was tied into tho chair and then soused into the wiilcriuutll It wa...

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. — 2 September 1881

I. m I! i i HI ' T m THE COUNTY PAPER. lly DOIl TUB WAIXKB. ORKGON, MO TltKARIIKI. l'rom the Awir Tlic rre, preferred with te ndercan? ; Tlic perfumed note; tlic trcMof lmlr Tint fiwak of boylfh folly For twjr iler-ths of eay choir I Kan tlicm all with nhrugRltiB air Of cynic melancholy. Tbc "mrteilc dunce;" the crumpled glove; The ticlted puiwc "with rolly' love'' (CWotimlltl Mch was Polly I) Tltc pony ring I Rave to 11cm, When softly came that hltpcrct1 "Yes," Which ecmcd dream of Heaven. We turtledoves were wont to plan (On something very small per ami.) A dainty colo In Devon. Ah, llclile tWssl she ran away With Puller of the Guards, they My. And died In 'f7. A focdsup pace of lover's sighs To one whom I apostrophise "As "Moiij-'jcatted Janet." t eall thodanifc! cruel cold, In thrcadlwrc terms al out as old As (his decrepit planet. Ah, well, these self same halting rhymes Old d-ity half-a-dozen time They oil had hearts of granite! TI sweet to dream of vanished youth, Of days lon...

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. — 2 September 1881

ilLDREN'S CORNER. ' HARDEN LOIIK. London Florist. Krcry child who has gardening tools Should learn by heart theae gardening rules :- Ho who owns a gardening upade Should be able to dig tlio depth of his blade. IIo who own j a gardening rake Should know what to leave and what to take. He who owns a garden hoe Must be sure how he means his strokes to go. But ho who owns n gardening fork May make It do all the other tools' work. The King; nml tlio I'iiKc. A plcnimnt story Is told of tho old King Frederick tho Groat of Prussln. Onco when ho rnng his boll for his jingo to como and wnlt on him, there was no answer. Ho ratir ngnln, and still Micro was no answer. (To ha wont out Into tho nnto-chnmbcr, and tlicro ho found his pago fast asleep. Tho stop of tho King does not nwaken him, bo soundly is ho asleep. A letter sticking out of tho boy's pocket catches tho King's oyo, and tho is curious enough to tako it out and read It, Not nny ruoro honoriiblo that for a King than anyone else. Hut 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. — 2 September 1881

FiV ,v. . t "Jf-- ' ' l.'v- . .7 . .w ' ''v,. . 1 1 II J THE COUNTY PAPER." Hon- 11 is Apprri'lntrd nt Home nml Abroad. Oar subscribers nml readers have doubtless noted tlia many expression of admiration and good will manifested toward Tim County Papku ns lmvo been shown by extracts of letters which lmvo al various timed appeared in tlic.-o columns, llclow wo will give a few which wo lmvo received tho pt week, to aliow tha public how our offoitsaro appreciated al homo and abroad: C'OliMMl, AtlKHt27. 11. UlilTOIwCOl'STV l'Al'KIl .--Knolii-eil i!l'im find Si-'.W, (of wlili'li please wiicl tin' "Si iitlntM (that Is ivltiit they cult It hero) to tho lollimliiK naiiiMi l'WIKw', I' 11 Waller, 1 II Sohtitn. W W ItpynoliK t. V Klrklmut, .t M JHuilili', (linrlos Met. UriirfP Collar, Ili-iiry AntUrioii, i .too Hotm'fi! nml .1 W l'ltzor. There Is kiiiihI null for tho nHt-ofnco vlien thu "rieiillnel" iirrivos, ntiil tlioy look tor It m reistilar lutlu-y do tlnlr inwtl. 1 think I ran icml joiial...

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. — 9 September 1881

VOLUME XVII. CH AMBERS MARNEY CO, ST. JOSEPH, MO. TAKE A LONG STEP TO THE FRONT THIS PALL with the tMtrcst and best lighted Dry Goods Store Initio Ktnte outside nf M. Louts Tliey have tint completed u magnificent syntcm f Improvements, IncliKlniR the uitdllln of Two Mora rioorn mi their More room t each 140 f cet lung by M feet wide, connected with tho first Itoor by The First Passenger Elevator overused In the Dry Moods business In thU city. This plvcs them three mugnlflcent nimni nnd n basement nny nnu at which la ivs Inrun ns Rtiy ordinary Dry (loads More, lly means (if the Ele vator e.teh floor I made ns iicccxsahlo x Hie llrst, and nil are fitted up tut in In give the bent llglit und show goods to the bent pMSslbleadvantnKe. Their Hecond floor In fltud up .11 n SUPERB CLOAK AND SUIT ROOM, svhero aro desnlnycd tho very latest novelties In ladles Suits, Cloaks, Furnishing (londs and lteaily Made Oiirmcnts fr hoth Ladles and Children. Their now arriving will surpass In extent and ...

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. — 9 September 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, Ily DOIIYNH WALI.KH. OREGON, MO Mr, nml Sir. ISpooiirmlj-ko Wrestle With I lie Sitrntogn Trunk, "My dear," said Mrs. Spoopondyko, ns slio nrosu from her knees, hot and tircil with packing, ntul rubbing tho Binnlloflicr bnck ns slio straightened up. "I'm nil through now. audi wish you would lockthls trunk." "Ccrtnlnly," replied Mr. Spoopon dyke, dropping his paper and slam ming down tho lid. "All you've got to do is just lit tho hasp m tho lock and turn tho koy. Sol" Hut the key didn't quite turn, nnd Mr. Spoopendyko hit tho hasp with tho biuo 01 ins nsi nnu trimi it ngnin. "Don't it Work?" nskud Mrs. Kimnii endyke, watching tho proceeding with considerable Interest. It'll work if you'll let It nlono," said Mr. Spoopendyko sovercly, nnd ho raised tho lid, dropped it ngnin, pounded tho hasp nnd wrenched nt the koy with nil his strength". "Stand back nnd givo mo room, can't you?" ho growled ns ho pressed down on tho cover nnu gnvo ttio key quick twists in n vain cuori...

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. — 9 September 1881

A ncrrciiE. rtllllfltn Wilson. Far down the green dell's woody glade, Deep, deep beneath the clm-tre's shade, With wild flowers (prlngtng o'er her breast, There she should have her place of rest. No choristers beside her grave 'Should chant their dull, funereal stave, Nor sculptured marble rise to show '.Tho sleeper's name who rests U-low. FARM AND OAllDEN. PrcucrvInR KRK". rAswo havo Lad numerous Inquiries for somo timo past for tho best nlotliods of preserving eggs, wo reprint tho rcclpo which wo consider from practical knowl edgo to ho tho most satisfactory: To ono pint of salt and ono pint of lime add four gallons of boiling water. Slack tLo limo first in a small quantity of hot water. Whon cold put it In stono jars or anything that will not absorb tho liquid (a vcssolof wood or brown earth enwnro will not do.) Then, with a dish, lot down vour fresh eggs into it, tipping tho dish a'ftor it fills with water so that thoy will roll out without cracking tiio shell, for if tho sholl ...

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. — 9 September 1881

I'llWlW.tlHwllW" run COUNTY PAPEK, cv 1KHIYXS. .V AVAI.I.lJlt, ()l!l;(!ON, Ml). Knterril (illlm PiiMnflloc at Oregon, Sin., hi srcntiil-i'liivi ixutli'r. i Tonus of Subscription) TWO IHM.IiAltK A YKAIS IN AHVAXtJI!. I'ltin.vv. si'.n r.sinui: ti. isst.rm Advertising Unto. Vlilcli nri' my ri'iimiuililc, uln-ii t lit liirun rlr- dilation nf Tut: (.okm-v I'M'iili U tlili-ml will In- iicutt kiinwii nu iiloallim In tin' I'uli IWicr. Money may 1i sent ill nur rik by I'ml-nici' (inter, draft ur H-tiMi-ml li'ttcr. ' 4'irn)iioiiti'iHlu mill lions an ninny tli'slriM, lull li'llrrn iniiil lie lirli'f mill mint lui tin KmiiiIiii' iiiiimi' of Hip iuitlinr. not or I'lililli'allim J'llt in il Kiiar.inty I is.'tl laltli. I'liliiinillilratlnlH In I In' lntiTi't of riiliitlilnlr will l' c'.iv wil for lit Hie ralo of tlin'i' ithIm Tonl, r;ili In iiiUuui'i'. Obituary nvtr will lif eliarcnl for nl tin- rale nfli-i Mi per lliu nml tlm Caili ini.l invniiii.inytliu inanii'i'i'li'l. l'i'Jiirli'iliiianiiiit'l...

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