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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 4 November 1881

'iKnuvliprdij VOLUME XVII. Of the Season. LARGE STOCK, Nice Assortment, Lowest Prices. The Best Assortment of Seasonable fflDRY The Best Assortment of OVERCOATS AND For Men, Boys.Youths and Children. This stock is unequalled in ox to tit mid vurictyi mid at prices within the roach of nil. Wo usk a closu inflection of this stock. Wo also ask a close inspection of our lino of MOUND lift B Bl The. n Iso iiulires ( tho w) imil tho bundle's who see iloio tho verdict. EfiY PllIM Awarded Corsaut & Mover of WE Lai Fin t Premium for Finest display el Dress Goods award- Eg Corsuut a Moyer, Mound City. First rromluni forliFluost display of eLQMS km miMkm First Premium forjfinost display of Funcy Goods and No- lions.&ti irst rremiuni lor i - Men, Boy's OVERCOATS FirstSjPronnum for best soiocted stock of Staplo Dress Goods, Flannels, Jeans, Olothfl. Waterproof-., Cotton Flannels. BlankotH, Knlfc GoodH. Prints, Duckings and the best line of Hats and Cups, Boots and Shoes. Our Gooods are N...

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. — 4 November 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. OEMS OF THOUGHT. By DOBYNK WAJJ.KIU OBKGON, t MO J5. F. O'FALLON. LEIGH IRVINE. O'FAiJLOK V irtii:, ATTORNEYS - AT-L AW, OREGON, MIESOURI. Will practice In all court of Missouri. Collections, and all manner of legal business will receive our prompt attention. tSTOfllce north idle of Court Home, OTcr Hlnde' Drue Store. CHAS. W. THOMAS, Lawytr&Notary Public, OREGON, H01.T COUNTY, MO. Collection miule, Depositions taken, Convey auclng done, Legal Information given and Gen eral Land and Law Ruslncss attended to. T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MI8SOURI. Will practice In all Court of Missouri, Kan Mf, 1 ok a and Nebraska. Real Estate business, and Collcctlona promptly attended to. H.TEBBS ALKI11E. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOURI. Will practice In all the Court of Missouri. Real Estate and Collection buslnss promptly BttCtllllll to. Olllcc over Schultc Bros. Store. K. J. KELLOGG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CRAIG, MO. Will practice In all the Courts of Missouri. Real E...

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. — 4 November 1881

Or Not T 9t What torment arc allotted thoM sad spirit WllOgTI WHO (riooninc wim ino ounicu ui u;jKiir, No longer onser will cnunro tlio carea 01 me, Mnl boldly act themielvcs at liberty, Throuuh the dark caves of death to wander on, Like wllder'd travelers without a pildoi Eternal rovers in me gloomy maz. TVhcro scares the twilight of an Infant morn, By a faint glimmer chcck'rlng through the iw trees, , Reflects to dismal view the walking shosU That never hope to reach tho blessed fields. T1UIOW M1TBIO TO THE DOOS. Take the optn air, The more j u tako the better; Follow nature's laws Tj the very letter. T,et tho doctors go To the Bay of Biscay; Let alone the gtn, Tho brandy and the whisky. Freely cxirdse, Keep your spirits chetrful; Lit no dream of sickness Make you ever fearful. Eat the simplest food, Drink the pure cold water; Then yon w.U bo well, Or at least you ought to. SUSIE'S ECCEXTRIO NEIGHBOR. Tho tenement houso was ono oxcop- tlonably deslrablo, and situated ia n qulot an...

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. — 4 November 1881

i- ' : I TUB COIMTY PAPER, nv ' MOIiY.NS. fe WAI.Ijr.Il. OltKOON, MO. IIIHIIOP JFOSTV.lt. Bjnopili'of hli.lUerraon dtllrorod before the Herman M. E.iConfroneolln tlil city. Mound City, Mo., Oct. 21st, 1881. Mkssim Editors! Learning from several Konrct!.-) that von wum desirous I to publish the sermon pieaohcd by ii, i .,..... i.f,H n... i"n m ll.slmp l ostor, beforo the (.crinon M. Iv. Confcrcneo, nnd probably being tho only one present who succeeded In get-1 ting a very extensive synopsis of his sermon, at your request" I have wii.tcu It out, and, though not reported stcno - graphically, I Hatter myself that I lierw-. with present about every point made by tho lllshop, nnd usually In his evnctlau gunge, and I think thoso having reten tive memories, will hear mo out In this assertion. It is now after midnight, mult! have spent n number of hours in writing out thu sermon from my soi'lli bled notes, and if voil publish It at all, publish It, just as It is. A word to ltov W. A. Gardner...

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. — 4 November 1881

l'or Tiik Cotiim PArKii. i.rmAt TitiNas. Ittitourilceth ntollkn children bnm to int tlicjt lire nnd net Apart from nr own will. (corple Ellnf. Itlsn solitary flower tlint lifts Its liontl nbovo the masses nnil waving prass!9 upon tbo brooklol's bank. Tho season mlvnncrtt. Its 'bursting ovartes cast tholr contents about heedless of tho neighbors jealousy. Another summer lmscotno. Many hairbells now grcit I ho occasional wayfarer, with their countenances ot bluo. A single stalk of nlghtshndo pllstc.n Ing in Its lollngo of deep, dark preen, ohtriiiles Its poisonous breath, upon the surrounding air. Autumn has gone nnd conio bringing a numerous gouera tlon to tho deadly plnnt. So In I ho fruitful noil of tho mind am thu germs nl good and evil, cauli to in cronso nftur Its kind aecoidlng to ti e undcitaudiui7 and will of tho Individu al. Truth, hnnlly, love and beauty will, liko the hairhcll, npivnil their glory around, if only their full, rich seed bo not blasted In tho opening. Thus In...

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. — 4 November 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, nr Domn waixjul OREGON. MJ LEES. lJe-qnldu nWlniim Anlatin 1'rcHpltntuiii Deposltus Est. At tlrsl tliey draw us In with flattering looks Of summer calms, and a soft Rain of sighs j Soinstluics, like Sirens, cliarm it' with tliclr Danec'otHlic waves and show tliclr golden lock; But when the tempest comes, then leaves u, Or rather help the new calamity! And the. whole storm Is otic Injurious womanl The lightning follow M with a thuttdcrliolt, A marble-hearted woman. All the slielc. The faithless winds, blind rocks and sinking Kdllcls, Are woman nil t tho wreck of wrcekcu men. Iff. When the sun sets, shadows that sliow'd at noon But small, appear most long mid terrible: rki when we think fato hovers o'er our heads Our nniirehciislotis shoot bevond nil hounds! Owls, ravens, crickets, seem the watch of death: Nature' worst vermin scut! Iter godlike sons: Kchos, the very leaving of n voice, firow babbling ghosts, and will us to ourgravc. Eiich mole hill thought swells 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. — 4 November 1881

An Accession to the Family. ''Wall, well, wel'," sW Mr. Spoop ondjko, Tfitk a erln that Involved his wholo hood, and an effort at a Up too trend thnt shook tho wholo house. "And so it's a girl, my dear." Mru. Spoopcndyko smiled faintly and Mr. Spoopcndyko picked up his heiress. "It's tho inmco of you," sho said, regarding with somo trepidation Mr. Spoopcndyko's method of handling tho infant. "I don't sco how you mako that out," said Mr. Spoopcndyko gravoly. "I don't knorr whon my noso lookod llko tho thumb part of a boiled lobster claw. Do I understand you that my oyes boar any rosomblanco to tho head of a screw?" "I moan tho general foatures," mur mured Mrs. Spoopondyko. "Tho gonornl features seom to bo all mouth," rotorted Mr. Spoopondyko, ox nmlning his acquisition. "If our gen eral features aro at all aliko my vlsago must remind you of an earthquake Hit kitchcol kitchcot What makes her fold up hor legs liko that?" "Sho can't holp it," roasonod Mrs. Spoopondyko. "They'll straight...

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. — 4 November 1881

66 When Greek Meets Greek then THE COMMAND IS 6 papers pins, 25c Ginghams, 10c. LadiesWool Hose, 25c worth fifty cts. Yard wide domestic 6 1-4 cents. Fairmount Bleach Muslin. 8 cents. Dress Goods, 8 1-3 worth 12 1-2 cents Cashmeres, 75c worth One Dollar. All Wool Flannel, twenty-five cents. Japan Tea, twenty-five cents.:; Seven bars Kirk's Soap, twenty-five cents. Large assortment of Dress Buttons, Silks, Satins, and Velvet Trimmings, An unqualled desplay of general Notions. Hats aud Caps from T went-five cents to Five Dollars. Cheaper that ever sold. Here are rare bargains for young and old, CLOAKS, BED COMFORTS, BIG STOCK JUST RECEIVED, WELL WORTH YOUR INSPECTION; THEY ARE VERY CHEAP. Our stock of Men and Boys CLOTHING and OVERCOATS is very Cheap. ' Highest Price paid for Produce. E. C. WELLS & Son, Proprietors, Red Front Store, Forest City; Mo PERSONAL AND SOCIETY. Oregon. Daniel David was vlsltlni! In CiiiIk Sunday. Mark Mooro ol Muuml City, wan In Oregon, Monday. -David Gre...

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. — 11 November 1881

" linuvhvrdii VOLUME XVII. Glad Tidings TO ALL THE CITIZENS OF HOLT COUNTY EXCEPT BIGELOflM We have Greatly Increased our Stock, and among other tbtngs we Have just received JMew Wool Lined Boots, New Areties of all Sizes, ' New Rubbers of all Sizes, New Snow Excluders, y New Rubber Boots, Women's Lined Shoes, New Women's Fine Shoes large, B to 8. OUR STOCK :mi- id. "W EI BOOTS and SHOES Is nowcomplcto mid as wo liavo lnwo been selling theso goods for nearly a year, mud all our customers aic well pleased with them, wo can and will continue to WARRANT THEM IN MATERIAL :and workmanship ; If these goods rip with ordinary wearing, within six months after their purchase, we will pay for their mending. Wo have also now on hand a large Stock of Gloves excellent for wear or show; these Gloves aro all handsome and neat and of good material. A Nice Little Remnant STOCK OF CLOTHING which we will sclbat Cost. A neat IIho of Fino Overcoats at bottom lrlces. A complete line of Canton and Woolen F...

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. — 11 November 1881

THE COUNTY PAPEH. Ily UilllVNH WAI.I.Klt. OREGON', MO. HCLWKIl'S LAST 1'OKM. Then ( no death I Tho stars go down To rise upoti some fairer shore, And bright In heaven's Jeweled crown They shine forevermore. There lino death! Tho dust we tread Shall changa heneath the summer shower, To poldon grain, or mellow fruit, Or ralnbow-ttntcd flower. The granite rocks disorganize To feed the hanging moss they bear; The forest tree drink dally life From out the viewless air. There is no death I Tho leaves may fall, The flowers may fade and pass away They only wait through wintry hours For coming of the May. There Is no deaBi I An angel form Walks o'er the earth with silent trend ; He bears our best loved fitngs away, An then we call them dead. He lsavo our hearts all desolate ; He plucks our f drest, sweetest flowers: Transplanted Into bliss they now Adorn Immortal Imwcrs. The blrd-llko voice, whose Joyous notes Made glad these scenes of sin and strife, Sings now an everlasting song Amidst the...

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. — 11 November 1881

OniEIt fSUOWl) THINK SO TOO. Harper's Msirsitn. There's Just one thin; a man can have In all this world of woe and strife, That makes tlic business not too bad, A&d tbat one thing's an easy wife. Dost fsncy tbat I love my girl For rosy checks or raven halrt Ebe holds my heart because she laughs Because she laughs and doesn't care. 1 put my boots nst where It suits, And And them where I put them, too; That Is a thing, you must allow, A chap can very seldom do. I leave my papers on my desk; She never dusts them In a heap, Or takes to light the kitchen stove The very one I want to keep. On winter nights my cory dame Will warm her toes before the fire; Bhc never scolds about tho lamp, Or wants tho wick a trifle higher. On Sundays she Is not so line But wlmt'licr ruffles I can hug; I light my plic Just whero I please, And spill the nshes on the rug. The bed Is never flllod with "shams" A thing some women vilely plan To worry servants half to death, And spoil the temper of n man. She ...

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. — 11 November 1881

tiu: COUNTY FAOl'K'R, noiiv: iS. .V: w.vi.TIriiu Oltl.tiON, MO, Atlverttnhii Rate, wbtrli are very n-uniiisilili-, when I lit- law cir culation ntTiiRLoitXTV I'.vrcu U cnnlil-n-il will be iinutn known on ur-pltciUlini lit Hie Pub-IWit-rs. Money imiy lie ont it t our rik t INmIwRIpo j imli r. dr.ilt or rt-KWi-rt-d letter ('nrrr-politonrii anil new lire ninny ileslrnl, Imt letter mmt to Inlet ami imit t ireimlni' nniue of HiBnutlior not (or ulillcullnti ' liiitniifiisr;inly t:nil fnllli. . Conniiiuilentlons III lie- lnletet cf cioiillil.il' w Ul eciriteil for nt the r.itu of tliu-o edits I ti rworti, rnli In mltum-'-. Obituary imetry will l- elinreil for nt tlie rntu i.l ten emu fir tl:u anil tti-J Cask HUM , n'ZZXntM. letter for l'ulilUvlloii flioiilil leueli in by Tuesday ii'im to lasutclnscrtlim III tlutwi-i-k's, pUplT. All letters should lie m1i1reel to' Till! ftlf.VIV I'Ari'.l!, tiiiKmi.v. Mo. Klltereil III tile 1'iwtoftlM at Ureirnn, Mu., !i scrimil'i'lnw matter. Tonm of 5wWrlit...

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. — 11 November 1881

del Out llnorftt T'io cUiMioonlluuinoiit of nil factory work girus the oprrnliviK pallid faces, Door sippullte. languid inlseruulo fuel ing, poor blond Inactive lb or, kidney mid urinary troubles, and n'l tliu phy hIcImis anil niediclno In tliu world can not liolp tlioni unless thoy get out of door or uso Hop Hitters, llio purest and best remedy, especially for such oases, having abundance of hoidth.fltin tthlno and rosy clucks In tlioni. They cost but n trlilo. Sou another column. .folin T. Hughes, of Kentucky, has Hold to Mr. (loddnrd, of St. LouM, a pair of bay carriage horses (or Sl.fiM), Ajor's (Jlieivy Pectoral Is a really reinarknblo and time-honored medi cine. It is tlio best known remedy for all diseases of the throat and lungs. (. M. lledf. id's cow C5tli Duchon of (ioodnuft died at (irnysonvllV, Mo. She had taken itJ llrst anil swcopsluko prizes. N Comely! Attrnctivol Wlnuiny! Thco cprositro words are often and properly implied to the fair hollos ol our fivorcd laud who k...

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. — 11 November 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. lly DOIIYNH V WALI.Klt. OllEOON. MO. 8. V. O'FALLON. LEIOH 1RVINK O'ft'AI.I.OX Ac IRVni! ATTORNEYS - AT-LAW, OUEGON, MISSOURI. Will nrrtlro In ill courts of Missouri. (!nlltlnni. mil all mannerof lceal business will receive our promjit attention. t-Olllce north (file o! Court House, OTer Tlfiide'i Drug Store. CHAS. W. THOMAS, Lawyer&Notary Public, OnEOON, HOLT COUNTY, MO. Collections made, Depositions taken, Convey- tnclns done, l.cRai iniormauon given ami era) Land and Law lluslncss attended to. T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OllEdON, MI8SOUIII. Will urni-tlre In nil Courts of MltPnurl. Kan an, I on a and Nebraska. Ileal Estate business, and Collections promptly attended to. H. TEBBS ALKIRE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, Missontt. Will tirflf ilr-f In all llin Courts of Missouri. Real Estate and Collection buslnss promptly attended to. Olllcc OTer gcliultc Pros. Store. E. J. KELLOGG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CKAUl, MO. Will nmrtlrp In all the Courts of Missouri. Real Estat...

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. — 11 November 1881

If oon. roEM r nenznAViK, a m-'mian port HORN 1753. Dcnbavtn, after serving some time the army, u nude Councilor of Bttte, Ambassador of Senate, President of the College of Commerce, Public Cashier, and In 1903, Minister of Justice. The rboom on 'God,' by thl author, has been trans lated Into Japanese, by ordsr of the Erapcror, and Is hung op, embroidered with gold, In the Temple of Jeddo. It was translated Into the Chinese and Tartar languages, written on a piece of rich silk, and suspended In the Imperial Palace atPckln.j O thou Eternal Onol whoso presence bright, All space iloth occupy all motion guide; Unchanged through time's all-devastating flight, Thou only Godl there Is no God beside. Being above all beings I mighty onol Whom nono can comprehend, nnd none ex plore; Who flllest cxlstonco with thyself alono; Embracing nil supporting, ruling o'er Doing whom wo call God, and know no more I lu Its sublime research, philosophy May measure out the ocean deep may count The sands 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. — 11 November 1881

The Election. Jait Thursday elections were held In .cluyun States namely, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jer sey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Mississippi, Mltjnesuta, Wisconsin and Nevada. Massachusetts elected Gover nor Jjong and the en tiro llcpublicun picket. Connecticut elected inuinborb oi the lower branch of the (iencrul a .SLQinbly and fourteen out of twenty-four Senators. rcwjrsay clocted p por tlon of its Lotfisluturo, two thirds of the Senate holding over. The batlJa in rcnusylvania was of .considerable Inter cut, luatiiiiuch as there was an Indepen dent candidate .for the office of Stnto Treasurer against what Is called tho itcpubllcau niaehlno nominee. The VJrjflnla contest was, perhaps, in n n;vtloiifJ point of view, the most Important of all, In consequeuco of a largo portion of tho Democracy, under the leadership of Mahone, being in re volt against tho liourbon Democracy. Their.ttckct was supiwrtpd by the ltc publlcnns, and was successful. Tho victory...

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. — 18 November 1881

ttollfl iflueticrtto VOLUME XVII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, XOVEMBER IS, 1881. 7sTUMJ3EH 13. (rRM SCINB IN MOLT COUNTY. Mo. TIME TABLE. Jtmmn Cltr. St. JoariiTi , Council illuir Ilnllruiid. Xttv Farctl City. Mall mid express .. ilo Valhca tlriinch ... Xmth. .2:30 v. m... . 3 it? A. M... .4:2S M... .Soulh .. i,tor,M , io ::o.a..m Thanksgiving day Is drawing near. Secure your turkuy and roniKinbcr tho poor. There Is n letter In tho post-ofllce addressed to the "Lucky Queen." 'I'lie post-inu-stor is anxious to know who it is. Don't forgvt the entcrtiiinniunt next Thursduy uvening, nt the .V.etho dint Church. It will bo very interest ing. Tli,' young Indies who wear scarlet plush di esses in the street uro not in sane, poor thingji, they are only fashion ublo Tho Indict of the Christian church nro requested to meet at the residence of Mrs. Dobyns, Saturday nlturnoou ul o'clock. - Fred Seaman now has a jour shoe maker employed from St. Louis Press A hat's nothing, Ferd linstock 1i:is one...

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. — 18 November 1881

T1IK COUNTY PAPER. My IIOUVNS .V WAM.KU. KKGON, MO T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, oijeook, Miesoum. Will practice In all Courts of Missouri, Kan is, Iowa and Nebraska. Ileal Estate business, and Collections promptly attended to. I. D. BEKLER, tlKU.l3t IN CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AUD CIGARS, fokkst crtr, MO. Kunrbon and ltye Wldkles, and all Farcy and Hut Drinks a specialty. Vattonagc respectfully SOIICIlCll. J. T. THATCHER. M.D. OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICEAt residence, two doors north ot Jl. A. Reeves' -Store; formerly rctldcnccof Levi una, A. II. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Deal Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, mound cur, MO. Will practice In all lite Courts of northwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Bankers and Brokers, OltEGON, MO. Ioan Money, Buy Notes, Draw Drafts on all principal cities, and Collections promptly made. lav Taxes for non-resident ; Loans negotiated on 'real estate, andlnve-tments made on favora bleterm. Interest, allowed on Time Deposits. CHAS. W. THOMAS, L...

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. — 18 November 1881

- njjfce--,'r. MEMORIAL POETJIY. The Boston Wote published a whole pag of Garfield memorial poetry." The poet wcro Oli ver Wcnilcll Holme, II. Bcrrnnl Carpenter, John Ilojle OT.ellly, Marte E. Dlakc, Joaquin Miller, LetiUa l'arons Hopklna, M. J. Savajcc, Kate Tcnnatt Wools, Charles Turner Diwy, Ju lia Ward Howe and Walt. Whitman. Of the ar ray of vcrc, Joaquin Miller's tribute Is the most original, Itotli In Its title, "Rejoice," and In Its song, which la nil bright and yet icrfcctly In tunc with the obituary sentiment. It Is an ingenious piece of word-weaving, and Miller has dono nothing better. The poems wcro appar ently written to order, and tho page Is copy righted, but the Globe gives permission to copy with credit. Miller sings tho solaco of the Na tion as follows: LoutmHe Courier-Journal. REJOICE. nr JoAqt'lX MlI.I.Klt. "J(ar Me Out of Vie Jlntlle, for Lo! lam Sortly 1. From out my deep, wlde-bosomcd West, Where unnamed hcroci hew tho way For worlds to follow, with stern r.cs...

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. — 18 November 1881

county "paper, uv j?0UYN8. .fc WAT.LKUt OttJUION, .MO. Advoi'tlstnc Rates, wlilrh nre cry . reasonable, when the large dr culnllon olTitKCOU.NTV IMl'Klt Is roiislilrml will lie nurlo knoM ii on application to the Pub lishers. Money mav bo sent at nur rl'k liy I'ostufnce pnter, dralt nr rritlslrrcil letter. C'orroinJriiP ami news are always ilelreO, lint letters tiiut lie brief ami lntit tin genuine name of the autlinr, not (or publication but as a K trauty ( rt jo1 faith. ('iiiniiiiiiilrutloits In the Interest uf onintlihiti's will be chanted for at the tato of three cent jierword, "ii'h In ailvanee. Oliltuiiry Pm'try will be charnl for at the rate of ten centH per line ami Hid Cash mi.st accompany ttiu manuscript. Jiejecteil manuscript will not be returned, I'ttor for pulillotloii should reaeh tit by Juesday twon to Insure Insertion In that week's paper. All letters' should be nddressp.! to tiii: county in:i:. OlIKIlO.V, Mo, Altered at the 1'ostoMce at Ori'iton, .Mo., as M'ciiud-cl...

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