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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 September 1881

Wm Kanclier db (URM 3CINC IN HOLT OOUKTY. M&. 1 ft VI Li V 1,1 VOLUME XVII. FURNITURE AT AUCTION! I will sell nt publ Induction, ntmy dwelling In Oregon, on SATURDAY OOTOBKR 1. 1881, commoneltig at nine o'clock in tho morning, nil of my Huusohold nntl Kitchen Furintiiro which has not been fold ut private mile In the meantlmo, consisting of nil tho vnriousiirtlolos used In housekeeping. Also, one Upright Piano, ono nearly now Hcf rigcrntor, ono Sowing Machine, about 200 books, and n lot of Plymouth Hock chickens. Terms Cah in Hand. W. DAVENPORT. AUGUST BMRES Manufacturer and Dealer In all Kinds or FURNITURE! I have on hand a largo stock of IJcdstonds, "Vitrl robes, (JuiiboiirtlH, Safes, Tables, Siaiuls, Obairs, Rockers, Pictures, Picture IVames, Upholstered Lounges, Brackets ol'all Kinds; Undertaker's Line. I keep on hand n full stock of Collins and, llm-feil Casus, Caskets, Itmlat Holies, Wraps, (llovos and Oapo, Corpse Preserver, Kmbalming Fluid, mill a Fine Hoursu. All orders ...

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. — 30 September 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. It DOIIYN8 WAM.llll. OHKGOX. M ) Burns' Blue-eyed Lassie. ltoton Trncrlpt. In tho course of Ms perambulations lio was occasionally a welcome visitor at tlio hospitable inatiso of tlio Nov. Mr. Jeffrey, tlio worthy minister of tlio par ish of'Loehraarbcn. Ono of the daugh- tors of this good man, named Jean,, happened to do tho honors of the tea tablo upon tho poet's first visit. Jcannlo was jut seventeen; of sweet, winning manners, with waving, golden tresses and rosy checks; but nbovn all, a pair of laughing bluo oyes. Hums was charmed with her artless manners, nnd particularly with her "twa sweet cen;'' his susceptible heart was tired with admiration for the daughter of his ll04t The next morning at breakfast he presented her with tlio song which she little dreamed was to givo her Immor tality. It was tho song of "The llluc cyed Lassie." The blue-eyed luscle bloomed into womnnliood. and captivating tlio heart of James Hen wick, a young merchant from New York who c...

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. — 30 September 1881

Ucorgs r.igtT Montgomery, Tho sunlight flows from sapphire skies And orcr field and river lies, It streams upon mo warm and whlto Through the glad Lours Uiat follow night It thrills the bursting buds and leaves, And with creative magic weaves J'rcsh bloom and color In tho air .And wild enchantment everywhere. Men deem It but a common thing, ' -As commou tho flowers which spring From soil and dew, and vaguely sco Its beauty bright as dawn to me. "Tho wonder ol Its llfo Is clear To those who fathom far and near, Its radlent mystery hums alono Fur hearts that look Into Its own. 'Oh I I have watched it till I teem To lose my senses In n dream; And yet Its splendor Is, I know, A part of things that thrive and grow. As though with soino divining eye I trace It through the ambient sky, And strive In fancy to outrun Its flight beyond tho central sun. I nolo Its snbtlo waves which move As silent waters In a groove, Each separate, yet together bound tlkj a in ect harmony o sound ; I sco them ...

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. — 30 September 1881

FERGUSON v FOREST CITY", 3VL"0, Have received Seasonable tialico. 5c per yard Dress fiowSs, Fashionable Styles, Hie per yard. len s Heavy Boots, 1.50 pair. Boys Heavy Boots, 1.00 per pair. Woman's Heavy Shoes, !)0c per pair. 7 lbs .flood Coffee 100 CLOTHING AT ST. JOE PRICES AND LESS. ' All other goods will bo sold correspondingly low We mean bnsiness and will sell goods as Cheap or Cheaper than any house in the county. Will buy Corn and all kinds of Produce at market prices. Give us a call and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. G-ROVES & FERGUSON, Forest City, Mo. TUB COUNTY PAPER, uv DOIIYXS. .t WAM.i:iti OltKUON, MO. Knfrrri! nt the I'lKtofllue nt Oregon, Mo in svrniHl-vlicvi matter. Terms of Subscription! TWO MUX MIS A YEAR IX ADVAXC'K. FKIIIAY.ShlTI'.MIIISH !JO, 1881. Advertising Rntcs, T.dilcli are very reasmmlile, t hen the larce cir culation if THH Cnil.v rv I'.M'Kfi l roiiHlileri'il will lie itmtle known on iiiilleatluii to the I'tib Ushers. .Money tuny be jcnt lit...

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. — 30 September 1881

'I AXAHIiK Al)UHES9. Betlvercil hjr Rev. Cnrottirr In JUmo plum to Jnmra A. Mnrllelil. At theMethodlit Church In Oregon, Wedno day September 21tt. IiAtflKS and Oentm:mkn On tllO 2(1 day of July, 1881, Junius A. (Inrlleld, President of tho United States, wns struck down by tho Immlnf mi nssnsiln. Alter lingering nnml untold suffering, for two tnontlis nml 17 days, Ills grunt spirit was iiurtntl from tho body. Wo meet hero us citizens tu-dny, to iiiluclu our sympathy with that of fifty inlllioii!i of subjects under nno grunt .nnd nohlo government all bowed down with sorrow for tho distress which la iipoti us . It Is right and primer for w to mourn for our honored dead, and to outer upon n servteo llku tills. Thu .President nnd il place In all .our hearts and Homes; his name was upon ilui -tongues of our babes j in thr ennvcrsn don of our I'am'Hcs. iJvery pi.trlotle liourt fee's thu I'orco of whatlnis taken puce. Not only our own Xutlnn, but injury civilized pcop'o on tho globe, ex pre...

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. — 30 September 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. l) IIOIII N .U v.vi.i.i;ii. OKMiON, ! MO Douni.t: hxistijnck. Two Urea are lived by many a living soul, An outer mid nn Inner life: tlio one, In sympathy wltli friend, In ncn tone, EtrrcMcil, nnd frankly patent to the wholo Conm.iiiilty 'mldt wliom our day do roll Their com e. The otlur, wcrcf, muto alone Willi (Iod nnd our own thought, laid bare atnl prono sfore If M cji their Judge and wltneM sole. A crowd of muslngo, hope, high aplratlcn, Of penitential tear, sharp agonies, Of earnest strivings, conscious nhcrratlon, Wc p.i among and through without surmise Hy thoso who, from our cradluto our grave Can tnatk how staidly, calmly, we behave. HtKvSS COMMUNIS OX THE DEATH OF PUESIDKNT (lAltl'lEl-D. NKW YOUK IlI'.ltAl.t). Tlio Herald says: In his death tlio warm hopes nnd sympathizing aspira tions of tlio whole people nro painfully illsappolntoil, anil the expectation of re covery so warmly cherished for so long a tlnio adds now to llio pangs of public regret. All Am...

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. — 30 September 1881

JAMES A. CARFIELD. Tbo Noble History of a Noble Man, and His Advnnco to tlto First IMnco Among Ills Countrymen. sketch or rnr.sii)ENT oahheld's life. Tho rnco of Gnrflold traces its nnccs try back to that Massachusetts Puritan stock from which sprang so many of our greatest horocs and statesmen. Tho long roll of tho family contains tho names of men who perpetuated tho stern virtues of their fathers, and, through changes and migrations, transmitted them unwoakened to their later repre sentatives. Abrnm Garfield, tho father of tho President, died when his son, born November 19, 1831, was but eigh teen mortlis old. Tho widow, with four helpless children dependent upon her, neither yioldcd to dispalr nor ac cepted any assistance which might bo construed as a charily. Following her magnificent gospel of self-help, sho took upon herself their future. How faithfully and grandly sho fulfilled her trust is witnessed by tho touching and tender roTcrenco shown by tho son 'whom tho nation exalt...

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. — 30 September 1881

V wit Hurrah MINTON EBBS., FOUEST CIT1', MO. 51 A. ft n 41 Go ring the bells and fire the guns, and fling the starry banner ont. The Nobbiest Line of flats and Caps in the County. Latest styles and prices to suit you all, from $3.00 to $15.00 a Suit. Bachelor's Wedding Suits aiMi .A. TfJUtKS Hd VjLises from a small gripsack to a Crystal Palace or a Saratogo Bureau. Yarns, solid colors-all wool 75c to 1.00 per pound. Also a full line of Fancy col ors, Saxony and Germantown yarns. Boots 4flo Sqoes Solid Hand-made work. Warranted. Very Cheap. MINTON SWEETLY SLEEPING. All Hint is Mortal of James A. Garileld Laid to Kest. The Remains Placed In Lake View etery in thelPreacnce ot 250,. -00.0 People. Cem Last Monday a Day of Mourning Throughout the Land-How the Funeral Day wai Observed In Holt County. I.ist Monday was n tiny that lias boon indelibly stumped upon Uio memory of oven American citizen. It was tlio 'day that tlio remains of our Into beloved President was committed to their I! mi...

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. — 7 October 1881

- c Wm Kcti (FARM 3CCKE ft? HOLT COUBTY. MOD VOLUME XVII. Jones, Townsend & Co., For Men, For Assortod with and Square IH 1110 Lowest Wonroooso Iff ill ST. JOSEPH, BIO. TAKE A LOM STEP TO THE FRONT THIS FALL with the lariresl and best llrlitcd Drv Hoods Store 111 thn Stato outsldo of Kt. Louis Thoy have lust completed .1 magnificent system of Impmvemcuts, Including tho iiJrtltUn of Two Mora Vluorriloth'MiMtoro room; each UO feet loni; by 35 feet wide, connected with tho first lloor by The First Passenger Elayator over used In tin) Dry (Soods business lu this city. This gives them tlireo mapnlflccnt rooms nnt n haiemont any one. of which It as largo as any orillnary Dry fioods Store, lly means of Din I!lo vator each floor H made as Hrcessable ns tlio first, and all arc fitted u;i so as to give tho best Unlit lind show goods to I he ba.l possible advanlneo. Their Second floor Is fitted up as SUPERB CLOAK whore, nro replayed tho very latest novelties In Ladles SutUt, Cloaks, l'urii...

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. — 7 October 1881

r .: 1 I THE COUNTY PAPER, DOHVS3 WAI.t.Klt. 0111A.UN, MO Auwt Wftiitcr The Mow green wive comas curling from llic bur, Ant leap tn cjirar along tlio many rrmrRC, An 1 twls a Utile more anj more away, Ainl drowns the iluK', nnd lift tlic trmulcil brgc I,ovc me, tlron? tide, tuj mooth ami yellow horc; Bit the clear water deopen more anil tnoroi l.wva mo my pathway of the (anil, ftrons tide; Yet are the waves more fair than all they Wile. WIIIRTI.K, WlllhTl.i:, l.uVl.SO DAIOH- Tint. Old Bonn. "Whistle, Whistle, IotIiiu daughter, anil you (hall have a cow," "I never whlsllcil, mother, anil neither can 1 now It puckeis up my mouth ol" "WhUUe, whittle, loving daughter, ami you (hall have a hortc. "I neur whlstUil, mother, anil I cannot now, of crwtrec It pucker up my mcutli kI" "Whistle, whistle, loving daughter, anil you diall have a steep." "I never whistled, mother, neither will I yet It puckers up my mouth so!" Whistle, whistle, loving daughter, and jou (hall have a maul" I never whi...

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. — 7 October 1881

ADKKAM. rklUpBntk Mtftton. Here where kit night the came, wren the, for whom I would to gladly IIto or lie down ded, Came In the llkincis of a dream and (aid Borne word that thrilled tbta dciolate ghott- throneed room I alt alone now In the absolute gloom. All I surely on her hreat waa leaned my head, Ahlsurclron my mouth hcrkl's waaahed And all my life trolie Info acent and bloom. Give thankf, heart, for tby rootless flower of bll, Nor think the god cvre though thus they seem; Though thou hast much to bear and much to mlsj, Whllt thou thy nights and days to be, canst deem One thing, and that thing veritably this The Imperishable memory of a dream. PRACTICAL SCIENCE. Cast Iron. Large bods of carboniferous cast-iron, Dr. M. 8. Mcunlcr contends, aro con tained In tho Interior of tho earth, and tlicso deposits at high temperatures coming in conlact with water jield by- combustion set up exhalations of car- bonio new irom vim wm. method of indicating tho sourco of that acid in tho atmos...

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. — 7 October 1881

GROV ERGUSON FOREST CITY, MO-3 0 1 . Have received Seasonable Calico. litys Heavy Boots, CLOTHING AT ST. JOE PRICES AND LESS. All other goods will be sold correspondingly low We mean bnsinesa and will sell goods as Cheap or Cheaper than any house in the county. Will buy Corn and all kinds of Produce at market prices. Give us a call and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. GROVES & FERGUSON, Forest City, Mo. TIIK OOUNTY PAPER, uv JOBTW9. WA&LKU, 0K0O. MO. Kiitrred atttafwIuMe Urnuoti, Mo ivi iicomt-clM( n Tbm af Buriytlo: TWO DOLLARS A YIAB IN ADVANCE. KlllIAT.OCTOBK T, 1881. Tiiilch mm retj launaatld, wtien the liirco clr rnlatlnnnfTmiCocnrsY rxrnm U considered will Im ms4a knovn on rrpptle&tlon to tlio Pub lishers. Monty mnr N at our rnk by Postunica .jonlcr, dntl ot xUtrwxl Icltw. C'onc.npon4pB wrt m Mwayn delrod, but lottcFi mart r Mr ana rmmt hTt Uiu Cftmtuu nsiio of t ntrthoc. ant for puTiHcatlon lint a a RwvMirry l b4 fullb. Comiminki3n in tfi luterctt CAndlriii...

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. — 7 October 1881

? f i ? ? Ton, lllco, Soda, Sonp, Mace, Bplcc, 1 Sugar, Coffuu, Citron, ', Ginger, Pruiioo, Groceries of all Kinds Ik tho spirit of tho inurdi'vod Prosl di nt could look (.'own uicon Ins. country to-day, it would look down upon u puo plo united ns tliey'novcr wore boforu. It is monstrous to hiiy his death wan for the best. The human mind recoils with horror from such preaching. Hut, if from the wreck of hopes that uro crushed unci hearLs that uro broken, any good nt all can come, it will bo that tho peo ple the whole United States will be drawn nearer together by tlio tics of Cumr mi brotherhood and loyalty. It is no unusual thing for feuds to bo bur ied In t lie grare of some mutually be loved one. Among tho dearest hopes of tho President, who was struck down by nu assassin, was tho Iiopu that dur ing Ids administration the lew clouds that yet dimmed the perfect sky Ikj twocu the North nnd South might wholly vanish away. Tho kindly feeling lie would have striven to bring about in h...

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. — 7 October 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, My DOIIYXS WALLER. OREGON, i 1 ! ! iTT Mr. GrlfllnV Smart Dog. Omaha Dec. Thoro Is n dog on tho corner of llnn croff struct nml Willow nvemic, Council Bluffs, which recently displayed such ninrked dctcctlvo ingenuity ns to cer tainly merit notice, If not a star. This sagacious animal belongs to M.0. Grlf lln. It seems that Mr. Grlflm was nwakoned In tho night recently by tho barking of his dog In tho yard. Ho got up, took his revolver, nnd went down there, not seeing nor hearing anybody, Mr. Grlflln repaired to his room and rc tired. But still Io kept up his growl Ing and barking something louder than bcfoic. Mr. Grlllln again arose, went down stairs, and stepped out Into tho yard with revolver In hand. Tho dog nppronchod him, licked his hand, and then ran and leaped over tho fence Tho dog apparently meant his master to follow him. This Mr. Grlflln did. ho followed tho dog to tho cellar door of his store and found that an entrance hod been effected by breaking tho ...

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. — 7 October 1881

A GLKAHKB'S CAROL, Gold ara tho skies Oold Is tho earth beneath, As gold will glow tho groTO When Autumn' chillier breath Shall warn tho earth to think itself How swift must wano Its garnered pelf, IIow swift como nakedness and death I But Summer still Is here, Our brows with kin to greet, As golden lies tho bcro Beneath our lagging feet, Such as wo hold not In our hands, ' Tho willing tltho of grateful lands, For God's good gifts oblation meet. Thcro'a gold upon tho clouds A glimmer from Heaven's streets; Itcd gold the brown earth shrouds So earth with Heaven meets; And so they Join In all our lives, Tolling men and loving wives, And Imlrn that quickly laughs and greets I Sing for tho sunset glow I Sing for tho warm, sweet earth, As crcntng breezes blow Abroad our quiet mirth I Earth Is mother, Vliatc'cr befall, Heaven bends tenderly over all To fond despair nnd fear of dearth I FARM AND GARDEN. Our l'lan With l'oultry. X. T. Tribune. First, lions, to do woll, must haro n warm, dry...

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. — 7 October 1881

wiIgg'a 6 v. !j Hurrah piTllf'BisJ .! FOltEST CITY, At O. 'iNk "Go ring the bells aud fire the guns, and fling the starry banner out. The Nobbiest Line of flats mul Caps in the County. Shout freedom 'till your lisping ones Give back their cradle shout. flood Jeans 10c a Yard. 1 h Latest styles and prices to suit you all, from $3.00 to $15.00 a Suit. Bachelor's Wedding Suits aWj -A- SPECIALTY. sMm A4"&ArPrt4 a-tsw TO! firfo Why is Minton Bros. Store like an old memm&si, i leaee toper? Becilusc its al chuck full from a small gripsack to a Crystal Palace Friends and Fellow Citizens, People of tho United States and TPTTCTTPn-i -r- tTnTTT' or a Saratogo Bureau. Bigelow (there goes a suspender button) you that have suffered , nf fZT 7" A 77rA ; r irrepairable losses from the drought. You that have lost stock, of Gloves-and Notions m tho county Yarns.jBolid colors-all wool-75o to 1.00 cro,)Sj otet from the overflow, somebody gim'ine a drink, please A per pound. Also a full line of ...

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. — 14 October 1881

W . wr' ' (. hfM A., WIDEST t9r7tr BffiXSttMH IFJf?fll ?S JWJHffiw "ilff -i V V-v '-'v. : lf( . (rARM sunn w naw catWTV. wa " VOLUME XVII. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY. Oregon. -non Davis l'.oa wns In town Monday. Marsh Hnvlllo Iim gono In Kearney, Neb. s-W llllnm Znok, of St. .I(io. win up Friday. JnmcA rurgtison has returned from Tojickn, W. II. Tutry v.iimiiitoOrcRoti several days 1 lll.s ttri'K. Mm. I)nn. Martin li vlsltlnjr relatives In Watson, Mo. TIioiiim Collins, nl St. Joe, was on our tpf ts Hattirday. Tom. rnrrlsli was In Kansas City Thursday, ,on legal business. James Hall, of Iowa I'ulnt, was In town a low days tlili week, T. 0. Diiujian mid wfn aro wltli friend, In Wheeling, Virginia. . Frod Meyer and .lolin Stokes was In Ht. Joseph imt Thuisday. Mln It-no Acton, of Northern Holt In utlond lux our Nortiuil School. Mlnorva I,. Iluycs and son, nl Hound City, were In town MtiluiiUy. - March I'olk, of Hnlrvlow. wns Willi Id, tin. ieul.1 tti Mils city Sunday, Asow Graham, of lilfieh...

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. — 14 October 1881

M ft.. 1 5 r 4 fi f1 THE COUNTY PAPER. Iji OREGON., i ! : i M.) !. (IAMK TO Tllli HOWKK. He came to I he Iwwcr of licr I lore, Twanging Ids sncct guitar, Ho catted licr In tonglila now-wlilto dnjve, Ills Illy, fair, trlght aUr. Ho fang that Mi lovo wa beyond compare Hli UI ittr Mrculgs Ills lung, Ho said shewn pure, aud gentle, nnd fair, An J ( thought tlmt ho wasn't far wrong. Why, hi' auig and played till tho moon was Ami awectwn the love lxrni atraln; Till the night caught up cariij tremulous lgh. And echoed each sweet refrain. Ho told her lie loved licr, o'er and o'er, With paJh'on In every word, In fongs tint I had heard More, An I tweeter onca never were heard. And I wa t Jcalousl Well, fcarcely, no; I waaglad to bear his lay; 1 tra echoed him eoft and low, When ho arg what I wauted to nay. For whUo li (Kvl 'noath the window rill, Blnginc my darling's charnia, I fat In tho parlor, dark and mill, With thcglrl that he sting la my arms And nhat in thunder did I have to bo mad abo...

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. — 14 October 1881

BM BOY AMD UTTUt MAMMl, Hurray-my dear, If a robber should com, AtcmfeU robber, one might, you , I'd f rlgbtcn hlra oft with my word and drum, And ytra would be perfectly safe with me. And It jot an I In a gloomy wood BhouLl meet a bear an wo walked eorno day, Wlthmybowt and arrowa.llke Robin Hood, I would drlre tbe fierce old bear away. But now I am tired, andiltepy too, And I -tali my mamma would lift me down. There's a launblng took In her eyre of blue, A they atwvcr her boy'a to big and brown. Bbo feels on liir lips bit coaxing touch, She clasp Mm flt In Lcr loving hold, And he nuitmiirs, I'll never fear robber much, Unlrti he slioul.l ttral this heart of golJ. PRACTICAL SCIENCE. Cheap Fitter. Thcro is a grcnt deal of sickness caused by drinking impuro water. One only need to look at tho foul rpatlor col. lected in a filter to discover this fact. A very, cheap Alter can bo manufaetut fromalafgo llowor-pot. Fill tlnholo at tho botton of tho pot with n sponge, then cover with two ...

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. — 14 October 1881

GHO V TBS &FERG USON FOREST CITY, IMCO.., 3 which will be sold cheaper than ever TTciTrfl T'onoi-n-Afl n nnrfifnlhr sp.W.t.nf sst.nnlr of K Before feed few BJiiftfiiw L u m W U SeusoRftble Salko. Soys Heavy Boots, All oilier goods will bo sold Corn and all '"kinds of Produce rnK COUNTY PAPER, I)OBTJT). wax.lt.h. oukwm. mo. tfntt'rf'l :itt1t i'iiV li Grtymi, Mo., M KiVOtlil-ClllM MilMf). TUO DUIiMKM A 7?AR tfUDVAKCE. rni day, October 11, test. Til a XKW A!)Mt211STliA.TIOX. ricsldonti Garfield is no moro, and rro-idont Arthur tnigna in Ills stead. The death of LonU XIV. was unuouno- by i hw Cmilntn of tho body-guard fimn the window of tlio Slate Depart ment, (sitting Iih truncheon above liis Iso.ul, In; Ijioku it in tliu centre, and, throwing tliu p'eem among tho crowd, u.wtutmed in a loud voieo: "Tiio King is dead!" Then, taMng another stuff, ho lli.i.rished it in tlio nir ns ho shouted: "Long livo tlio King!" This incident hits been shorn of much of Its dramatic force by tlio la...

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