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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 October 1881

3 . .... ... .-,--Bt.".-.Z 1 v" 1 vf '4 " ALL OVER' THE STATE. Plenty of homo corn for liemo uso in Christian county. A city saloon licenso costs 8500 in Nevada, Vornon county Thoro nro flvo Choctaw Indians at tending collcgo at Jul ton. Tho Carthago browory has boon turned into to pork packcry. ' The now bulldlnc association at CJarthngo has sold noarly 600 shares. Tho corn crop ol McDonald coun ty is a cood ono, considering tho drought. Noarly twlco as many buildings in Stockton, Codar county, as there was a year ago. Tho Bolivor Baptist collcgo has 116 'Ntmlontsj thoPiorco City Baptist col lcgo has 46. Within two months over 81,000,000 of eastern capital has boon invested In southern Missouri. A weok ago flour was 94.20 a lain drod pounds at Lamar, and tho prlco was to go higher. Somo of tho coal lands around Ulch Hill In Bates county have been sold for 200 per aero Tho Stockton .ftwnM'i'snys tho money in Cedar county Is estimated to bo raoro than ovor boforo. They scorn to havo ...

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. — 14 October 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, uonrss a wallkh. O&KGOM, t MO DOMESTIC KECIPES. Ficki.ki) Red Cabbage. Slico tho oibbngc, cover It with salt and let It stand two days. Tlicu drain and put In a pan; cover with vlncgnr nnd spico to suit jour tnstc. Givo it a scnld nnd when cold put In Jars and Uo up close FniED Cuci'M Milts. Aflcr peeling, cut them in rather thick slice?, sprinkle with flour, nnd fry them. Season with salt nnd pepper nftcr they nro cooked. The fat should ho very hot, bo ns to fry thtm quickly, or they will go to pieces. Cidkk Jelly. Ono box gelatine d's solved in one pint cold water. In twen ty minutes mid ono pint boiling wntor; then one quart cider ntd ono pint sugar (granulated), nnd tlio grated rind nnd juico of lemon?. Lot it stand on the sIoto ur.tllliot, but not boll. Then strain into mold?. Apple Jam. Ten pounds of cooking apples, paro and slice; seven pounds loaf sugar, tlio juico ot tlirco lemons, rind of ono lemon, boil all together slowly, stir nnd mush well; when t...

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. — 14 October 1881

1THB IJTTLK KINGS AND QUKKNd. T n. h. Hsrpert'.Msgaatio. Monarch whoso kingdom no man bound, frf, Ko league uphold, no anqueiy prcydjJL , Whbse throne are any tnosiy moundi, I VThose crowns am cur onunny hcadlT The only sovereigns on Iho'earth Vfhort away is certain t endare, rSo lino of kings of klngllest blrthJJBI I of lit reigning half so eure.fi Mo fortress bnllt'ln all the land 1 So Iron? they cannot atorm It free 'J Ho palace msdo to rich, too grand, For ilitm to roam triumphantly. r Ho tyrant so hard hearted known Can their diplomacy resist; They can usurp hla vcr-throne; ( Ho abdicates when he la kissed. Uo hoveljn the world so amall, Bo meinlv built, o nquatld, bare, They will not go within Ita wall, And aetUelr reign of iplendor there. V o beggar too forlorn and poor To tve them all Umt need to thrive; 'They frolic In hla Tird and door, The happiest kings and queens alive. Oh, fajceacd little kings and queens, The only sovereigns on the eirth I Their aoTcrclgnty nor rests ...

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. — 14 October 1881

4 Till'. EW:CTION8. Tho elections which look plnco In Ohio and Iowa hist Tuesday resulted iu n glorious victory for tho Republicans. Gov. Foster's majority Is conceded to bo about 20,000 majority and tho Legis lature Is nlso Republican. In Iowa, although a light voto was polled, tho Iicprbllcans onrried tho Stato by about 60,000 majority. KDITOltlAX. NOTKH. OSJ1CC' This is an off year in polltics ially for tho Democrats. The gonoral Imprcson among Son r.tois seems to bo that the extra session will be a very short ono. 1'uKsiHENT HiNSUALn, of Hiram Col lege, Ohio, will wrlto tho biography of the lite President Garfield. A courjj! of months ago the star routers wcro vory anxious to bo tried now ttuy are vory anxious not to bo. CmcAoo is tho groatcst grain mntk tt, and thon follow Now York, Haiti uioro and St. Louis iu thu order In which they aro named. It Is stated that ux-Scnator Conkling has bee offered n Cabinet position by thu President, but has declined In the interest of poaco a...

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. — 21 October 1881

tt-J ,nh'tob6f(h VOLUME XVII. (FARM SCINCiN HOLT COUtfTY. WO. "iTTT'1 "V"VT TITTCICtATTTIT ----v . . " ' - - - i a mi. jl i r m i u m , m - at . m a a . w . i zzzrrrr--- Jones, Townsend & Co., Uapootuilly asks tho attention i)f tie people of holt county TO TI1EIU Unequalled. Assortment OF C FALLlCLOTHING ) For Men, For Boy's, For Youth's, For Children, For tho Bridegroom, Assorted with groat caro rum bought under tho most lavnranju olieunistauoos fur ens'i. Our motto is Fair and Square Dealing. All goods uro marked and sold ui UIU Lowest Legitimate Prices. Wo propose giving entiro satisfaction to nil, or tho monoy cheerfully icfunded. Wo solicit your patron age, ltcmombcrthu pluco. Jones, Townsend & Co., 4th and Felix Str., St. Joseph, Mo. PREPARE FOR COLD WEATHER - rUAMUPUVj MBWFV 0. ffl will soil you nloo warm Merino Undor SUliiUUUjailU, IilAlUlI!ll U UU., wear for yourself or children at from 10 in zvj per com. loss man last yours prices. All sues rorLadles.UontWnion, Cul...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 21 October 1881

THIS COUNTY PAVER, ny nonY.ss & vai.i.i:u. I A Missing Man Turns Up a Millionaire. l'ulxkl, Ttnn., Citizen. . it i , .... . i i ueorgo AUKins, n iormor resiuem ui OREGON. The Prido of Virginians. Corr.K.Y. ItcraM. In Rlclnuontl thoro Is a curious com pound of tho metropolitan nntl tho pro vincial ft charming blending of nlcrt progreislvcncss nnd unfailing fogylsm. Tho city Is tho prido of nil truo Virgin ians and tho commercial hopo of tho Commonwealth. Yet tho rural major ity In tho Legislature, with tho approval of most of tho horny-hnnded constltucn clos, novcr falls to glvo it a whack when it is possible to do so. It is tho center 1 of six railroads and tho homo of tho mos'. poworful railroad syndicate in tho South, whoso lines extend from tho Po tomac nearly to tho Mississippi, and yet thero Is not n passenger depot fit to shelter good cattle. Its people have such courage and vigor that beforo the bricks left in tho debris by tho great evacuation lire had cooled they wcro a...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 21 October 1881

THE CAKPKTTKK'ft WOOING. Wo publish tho following simply to .show that thoy nil do It pun. "Oh, beam my life, my awl to mel" He cried Ms flume addrcsslnR "If I adze, such a lore as yours, I'd ak no otlicr blessing I" "1 am rcjotst to hear you speak," Tlic maiden said with laupbtcr "For tho' I hammer a Kul'oless girl, It's plain what your are rafter; Now, illo love 3 oil Just a bit, What furtlnir will you axe mcl Can will you Iks content with that, Or will you further tacks mcl" Ho lookcdhandsaw her words were square, "No rival can displace me Yes, oco more favor I Implore, And that In, dear Etn, brace mcl" St. Loult Timu-Jountnl. , THE SEQUEL. She came full chisel to his arms; It really made htm stair To have her make n bolt for him Bcfoio he could prepare. Ho tried to screw his courngc up And did his level best To nail the matter then and there While clasjicd unto his breast. Savsho: "It aumirs well for me; Awl seems to hinge on this; And what Is mortise plane to seo Tho porch chil...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 21 October 1881

Tim COUNTY PAPER j DOUVNS. .fc WAIiMJll, OltKUON, MO. Knterrd nt tlic IWofUcc nt Oregon, JI ni sccond-ehiM matter. Torms of Snlncriptloti! TWO HOLUKSA YKAH IX AHVAXC!:( viiiday, ocrroiint i, ikhi. Atlvortlilnr; Rntos. which nre wry reasonable, when t lit? largo cir culation o Tltril.or.NTT r.M-i'.n l roinldi-riM will lie made known un application to tliu I'nl). IIMicm. Money may ho lent Bt our rlik by 1'ostWIlce order, draft or teuUtvreit letter. CorrcpotiJpnfn xnd nr-wi nre nlways dolri'd, lint IctteM mint bs brief mid must have the Kcmilnn name of the author, not for publication but ai it Kiiaranty . f jjooit tiillli, (.'ommmilentloiu In the Intcrot of candidates will bo rlurired for nt tin! ratu nf tlirt-o ceiiH per word, c:wdi In .vbatue. Obituary poetry rill lie chawd for nt tin1 rate of ten cents per line and tliv ("ash im.t accompany tha msnncrlpt. ltcectedtn.niiucrlpt will not be returned letters for punltcitloti nhoiilil reaeli m by Titcvlay tivoti to Inmro lincrtlon III th...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 21 October 1881

ALL OVER THE STATE. Trnrcllors say tho crops In IIowoll county nro tho flno.it In tlio Slitn. Immigrants nro pouvlnr Into How ell county from nil parts of tlio country, -In Taney county tlio girl of tlm best families, go Into tho cotton fluids and pick tho llocoy staple. ' Janios It. Jacobs, living near Co iimbia, lias recently recovered a stray norso that has b.en absent nearly llvo years. A drum which dono scrvlco In Lin coln's tuncral was carried by tlio Sax ton rifles In tho St. Joseph inonioilal procession. Tho Nuvnda papors say that Neva da Is so hnvoJi division ot tho Missoitll Pacific, and Is to havo a round honso that Is to hold ono hundred uiiftlnus ono at a time. Tho demands for laud In Wright count v is unnroccdunted. Hundreds of letters of Inquiry conto to tho real es Into dealers. Tho new Memphis rail way is tho causo. Recently thero was discovered In tho noyloiled willow grown tivct mid way between DoWitt i.nd llrmmvluk, a cleared centor of several acres, stir rounded...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 21 October 1881

4 ,1 1 5. 1 1 t I.- I : TIIE COUNTY PAPER llr DOBTMB WALUCB. o n (iON, MO Hello, exchange, plcno give mo Jcncsl Hello, hello o, hello o ol Ohl there jou arc; thefc telephone Do bother people io. I'll roll, my dear; liello, hello ', ( Kiy I'll call at nine; Pin mi 111 liaftc, meet one liello, Hello oo, to mil jou mine, 1 wnil liello Impatiently, Hello. Idlo-tl.e day. When our fniulpoulswlll meet In one Hello I ttlutV that I oil mvI "Wlialcrark-'jrnlneil fool Is't telephones)" Why, precious. I nin Dan liello )ou any you're Deacon Smith J Hood Uinll not Mnrv Aiml A'.'. A NICE LITTLE GAME. Frank wit botuio tliu glowing grate, Ills feet on ono corner of tho mantel, Ills cliulr tipped back. His young wtfo looked nt lilm, nnd hor pretty black eyes, which only a lulnuto beforo hnd been brimful of tears, omitted spnrks of lire. Her ro3y mouth closed with a firm expression, find her dainty foot enmo down upon tho nig In a very do elded manner. "I won't stand It!" she said, under her breath; "...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 21 October 1881

VARIATION OF THE RULE IN SHELLVS CASE. It ono die owning an estate, It lineally must umvltivtc. It but ono heir, It will annex To Mm or her m fptto ot ox If tlierobo wore, as well thero might he, They all shall take "per capita." But decrees pcrcliancd thcro he, Of dlficrcnt con ro nsjiilnltr, As sons ami grandsons, all shall take, And an estate In common mako; But sitcli gntiKlsmis Lave cnuso to fear It, They'll not an Item more Inhctlt Thau would havo been their father's share, And he been tlio living heir. But If .'the owner meets his fato No lineal heir to his estate. Wo'ro dared the common law to mend, And his enlnto shall now ascend. Agnln : In enso the owner do Lack Issue, and lack parents too. Ills brothers and his sisters shall Succeeded by rules collateral. If brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, They then will talio In equal pieces; If some he dead, somu living be, They'll tako by nearness of degree. And In default of father, mother And nephews, nieces, sisters, brother Or...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 21 October 1881

V.: It. 1 I s EDITOlUAli NOTES. Hoston women stocks. gamble in railroad President Aktiiuu is 61 years old and weighs 216 pounds. It is said when Guitcait leaves tills country ho will go ut brcak-ncck (speed. The heavy ruins of the last few iluys have caused tpiito a destructive Hood throughout tlio Northwest. PoitK packers nro not nnxlotis to open tho season. Thoy regard prices us too high, and keep danger signs Hying. J. G. Holland, poet, and for tho past ten years editor of ScrMicr' Monthly died In Now Y'oik last week. It isatd that President Arthur will retain J. Stanley Ilrowji, the faithful and dovotcd secretary of President Gar fiold. It Is understood that Secretary Win doni will bo a candldato for re-election to the Senate from Minnesota, General Edgerton retiring in Ins favor. John Kelly threatened to put n local ticket in tho field If Tammany was not recognized by tho New York Stato Democratic Convention. Ho will now havo an opportunity to do so. While fifteen tuillion doll...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 28 October 1881

VOLUME XVII. Of the Season. LARGE STOCK, Niee Assortment, Lowest Prices. The Ettet Assortment of Seasonable amm The Best Assortment of OVERCOATS AND TXXiSSTZESIfcSS For Men, Boys.Youths and Children. This.stooK is unequalled in extent and variety, and at prices within the reach of all. Wo ask a closo inspection of this stock. We also ask a close inspection ot' our lino of WELTY BROS., &c CO., MOUND CITY, MO. WE GATHER Tho who judges ( tho poople who trado with us) mid tho hundu'who sue our display of goods, en dorso tho verdict, m EBRY PRBMIVM WOBTH HATINE Awarded Corsaut & Moyor of Mound City. Firt-t Premium lor Finest display ot Dress Goods award- Corsaut & Meyer, Mound City. First Premium fortFincst display of OlOMS AliD DOLMANS First Premium forffinest display of Fancy Roods and No tions. First Premium for Finest Display of Men, Boy's OVERCOATS FirstjPromium for best soiocted 'stock of Staplo Dress- Goods, Flannels Joans, Cloths. Water- S roots, cotton Flannels. Blan...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 28 October 1881

THE COUNTY PATER, Mr DOBTXI WAIXBS. OREGON, it : ! MO MIT. god Word!. Whatt a child of three year's growth I Nature then both known no cloth In a work so fairly done By thrice rounding of the sun. Lol what wifely used power Can accomplish hour by hour I ETcry lineament Is drawn With the genius of the dawn; Every living curve Is bright, With a dazzling m mlng light; Every dimple Is a pool Of ethereal vintage full. Whenco a man might quaff and bo King of more than kingdoms three. Lk, her crown of golden curls Mikes her queccn of all the girls; And that light within her eyo Might arouse old chivalry Fr im the dreams of ancient tlmo To adventure deeds sublime. Lovely Lily Lily dawnllkc, Nimble Lily-Lily fawnlike, Tripping with a foot as airy As the font of fabled fairy. Come, enchant met with thy Hps Thrill me In divine eclipse, That my common foul may be BnatcheJ from earth to heaven by thee, Bless thee, child! now skip away, Change green April to white May Wl n the sorcery of thine ey...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 28 October 1881

AUTB BOKO. Onc In the world! flrrt prime, When nothing llred or t ttrred, Nothing, unteM It wm Time No, not even a bint Tho Silence tpoke nnto Ur; But I do not dtrc repeat What It sold to It Iotb afar; It wis too sweet too sweet. But then, In the fair world's youth, Ere sorrow had drawn breath, When nothing waa born but Truth, No, not even death, The atar to tllcnco was wed, And the sun was priest that day, And they made their bridal bed High In the milky way. For the sweet whlto star had heard Her silent lover's speech It needed no passionate word To pledge, them each to each. Oh, lady, fair and far, Hear, oh, hear, and apply; Thou, the beautiful star Tlio voiceless silence, I. FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSE HOLD. llreaklrtK Colts. C'oreipondent of National Live Stock Journal, Chicago Colts should bo brok n to hnrnoss at thro years old, and used In light work for two years, whon thoy will become matured and fit for full work. If thoy aroused for hard sorvlco before tholr joints become sott...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 28 October 1881

TUB COUNTY PAPER, HOUVN8. ife WAIjLKH OltKUON.MO. Entered nt the Postnfllco lit Oregon, Mo., in second-class matter. Term of Subscriptions TWO DOIXAItS A YKAK IX A1VAX( K, FHIDAY, OCTOlinit 9H, 1H81. Advertising Rntei, which arc very reasonable, when the Inrire cir culation of Til p. Coo.vrv PAI-kli Is considered will he made known on application to the Pub lishers. Money may bo sent at our risk by IVnvfflce onter, itratt or registered letter. CorreipoiWcncu ami news nro always desired, but letteri limit ho hrlet and mutt have the genuine name of the author, not tor publication but as a Rinranty t R"od f.tlth. Communications In the Interest ut riuidldnte will be chanted for at the ratu of. threu cent perwohl, cash In advance. Obituary Metr will be charged for nt the rate of ten cents per lino nnd thu t'ali int.sl accompany thu manuscript. Itejected manuscript, will not be returned, Letters for publication should reach us by Tuesday non to Insure Insertion In that week's paper. All l...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 28 October 1881

For TnK Cooktv PAr-Kit. , . VOJWCTOWN dCbBBBATlOXr. Tho real relative significance of event in American filalnry'ls rarely Ink' pressed upon llio yoiithtnl mini!. It re quire! Inter yenrs of deep consideration nnd nctunl fntnlrinrity wltli tho theory of free government lo qnniif.r tho citl zen to rend aright tliu annuls of Ills country. Ilonco it is that tho Inking of Yorktown, with the military operations Immediately preceding it, occupies n smaller space in tho imagination oi tho people tho Ions through which all liU toiy is Judged than almost any other general encounter bctwoon tho oppos ing forces of tho Revolution. Hereto fore tho results which hud bojn gained had born mainly duo to native valor nnd pelf-sncrlfieo, but in Hits emergen cy, which presented tho one brilliant opportunity of tho war, success almost entirely depended on tho co-operation of a distant u'ly. In muling of this porlod, which was thou closing, tho mind involuntuilly sympathizes with tho coldness and apathy...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 28 October 1881

v- THE COUNTY PAPER, ajt DOBIM WAIXMIIU onhooN, MO Sting that Leaves a Joy Behind. And a fltmrr view of life' great aim bus come When o'er the mead In boyish glee. I speed In search nf May' first dtlnty flowers, Then thou, thou yellow-legged pilferer Or come fur distant relative of thine, Uuscen by mo 'mid grave crowing rank, II ml softly settled don to tip, In fancied stealth, The nectar that I lie ctcr prov'dent One Has taught you by bis never falling signs to find. And then my "firing feet" One may think a moment That the woes outweigh Die Jovs, Hut, when the passing moment's gone, Come hours whose happiness A (one for all tho weariness. V. H. 8. in tho SAVED IS TIHK. "Charity, kind sir! My poor children nro starving!" The speaker wasathlnly-oliid woman, who shivered In tho wintry blast, (or it was January, anil tho keen frosty nlr pcnctrnlod oven tho warm garmonts of the rich. Tho gentleman nddrcssod was a man of perhaps thirty-live, a rich and pros perous mar, who hoped soon to...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 28 October 1881

t THOUGHTS FOR SUNDAY MCIgUltE. , Victor Koto. Omnt Vri not deceived tlieis, wisdom cries ', Mjr flrrt dcatala end In generous light; At winter yield to spring, bate yields to love ; Who think to stem, bat rtlse the water's might I Great troths, In measureless, Increasing pile, By their huge mas oft darksome shadows cast, Before whose depth man stand with anxious heart! So, rrorldcnce with grandeur dims our sight; So, stnlsttr and holy night doth weave Her Tell of shadows with the star-depth's light. CREATION tb. EVOLUTION. Professor Huxley's Conclusions From tho Fuels of Paleontology. In nn mltlres9 on "Tho Rlso and Pro gross of Paleontology," recently deliv ered boforo tho British association for tho advancement of science, Professor Huxley said: Tho wholo fabric of paleontology Is based upon two propositions. Tho first Is that fossils aro tho remains of animals and plants, and tho second is that tho stratified rocks in which thoy aro found aro sedimentary deposits) and oach of 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. — 28 October 1881

A BOOM AT MINTON FOREST ROT H'RS CITY, MO. NEW CALICO, at 4 l-2c, still arriving GOOD JEANS still going at 10c. MEN'S ALL WOOL HATS only 25c WOMEN'S HEAVY CALF SHOES still going at 90c a pair, SUITS FOR MEN only $5,00. SUITS FOR BOYS only $3,00. Men and Boy's heavy winter Caps,35c They were sitting stdo ly side, Tlio moments Riming swlttly by, Jsowntnl than n wont was spoKon. Now nml then iv broken sigh. Ho squeezed herhniid and softly saids My dearest darling sugar plum, Won't von bo mv huckleberry. Through nl I tho days Unit's yet in conic? Sho swooned nwny and looked forlorn, And gazing in his loving eyes, Sho says : dear mo yon know I lovo you, Hotter than I lovo tipple pios. 'no llttlo favor yet I nsk, An' ynn must grant it dear John, he- n o I'll bo your huxey-duxcy Through all the days that's yet to eomo. Oh, Mnry Ann, what ran it bo, What now would you havo mo do, I'll swim tho ocean wide and deep Or whip a thousand men for you. I'll sail into tho rod man's camp, And clean t...

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