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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 18 November 1881

Tho Government of Very Crux Is bo sieged by pcrcoii' claiming tlio$IOO,OUO .rowan! lor n euro for yellow fovcr. Lois Mt)Tg Jn., Centtomnii: It iffords mo nloasuro to roeoinmendyoiir Dandelion Tonlo. It hits on three occn cured mo of malarious uttacks, ttgainst which other tnctllclncs were Inoffccluiil. I consider It tin excellnnt remedy for that flhii'Risli, unheaUliy condition of tlio system brought . on by excislvely warm or damp wcathor, and n malarious ut mosphoro. II. C. ItUKNKTT, Assistant Editor Lawrence Slrmiartt. Tho coronation of tho Czar Is to take pluco April next. Feeble I.nilles. Those languid, tiresome sensations, causing you to feel scarcely able to be on your feet; that constant drain that Is taking from your Hvstein sll its ola,n ticity, driving tho bloom from your checks i that continual strain upon your vital forces, rendering you irritable and fretful ; can easily bo removed by the wo of that marvelous remedy, Hop lilt tern. Irregularities and obstructions of yo...

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. — 18 November 1881

T IS THE COUNTY PAPEH. ..t.tlt-. Vt'AI.I.IIK, 1'iililNlirri. OREGON, MO. itot.l. 0,11.1., CorKMl (lrccnt" Ilic Orderly cried, '"Icret" wns tlic answer, loud nml clear, Vfum the ll of llie rolillrr wlio stood ticnr; "Ilcrol" was the word tlic next replied 4,C)rus Iltcwl" llion silence fell This time no answer follow oil tlic call'. Only lilsrcAr man liml wen lilm fall, Killed or wounded, lie could not tell. Tlicrc tliey shxxl In tlic falllni; light, Th-e men of battle, with crave, dark looks, M plain to xs road m open hooks While slow ly gathered the shades of night. Tlic fern on tlic lillMdes were splusho.1 with Wood, And down In tlio eorn where the popples grow, Were redder MaIus than aha popples knew, And crlmnoiHilycd was the rlrcr's flood. For the foo had crossed from the other fide That day In the face of a murdering fire, That awrjit them down In Its terrible Ire, And thclrllfo Wood went to color the tide. "Herbert Kllnol" At thccall there enmo Two alnlwart soldiers Into the l...

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. — 18 November 1881

MFE VKNTUKE8. I stood and watched mjelilpj poout, Each one by oue, unmooring, free, What time tho quiet harbor filled With flood tide from the tea. The flrt that sailed, her namo wa Joy: 6he sjirrad a smooth, white ample sail, - And eastward drove, with bcndlng-spars, Before the singing gale. The next that sailed, her name was Hope', No cargo In her hold she boro, Thinking to find In western lands Of merchandise a store. Another sailed, her name was lave; She showed a red flag at the mast, A flag as red at blood she showed, And she aped south right fast. Tho last that sailed, her name was Faith; Slowly she took her passage forth, Tacked, and Inylto ; at last she steered A straight courso for the north. My gallant (hips, they sailed away, Over the shimmering, summer sea; I sat and watched for many a day, But only one came back to mc. For Joy was caught by pirate pain, Hope ran upon a hidden reef, And Love caught lire and foundered fast In 'whelmnlng teas of grief. Faith came at last,...

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. — 18 November 1881

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Motintl City. Mrs. Tohnipkitm Usonio bettor, but ct qultu ill. ' Pmk-utc Is ruglng among llio hors w, utul has been for sumo limn. All Him churchi'. wo lii-Heve, lire preparing lor Tliunk!gvliig fi'sllvuls. Hottlo King lor tin) past two weeks. Sho .startodlioine lint Monday. WlntiM has begun mid tliu young folks uru beginning to Hunk of soulai pilllitM. T0I0 hits' llCCtl tu'Vorul In tho iil'1s:IiI)hi1i'oiI, und nil scuiiied to enjoy thoimeUes lut&uly. Our llttlo school teacher win senn hut iinilnv evcnlnir on tint wiiy to hl boarding phu-f. Ho illd not stop Ion;:, Cho'era Is reported mining the hog , i ,, -..t,! ho hud Motmcd luiiEur ho north ol town. Don't know how trim i would Imvu found out how tired hu was. tho ri ort. CtucKr.r. Mr. Austin lli.niocy. who Inn boon 1 sick with nncuniiililii for miiiio three ! lorlitn weeks past, Is itblt) to bo about again. Corn, -lUcents; apples, yi. '-'.: oiirn inciil 81 10 pel Im-dicl; llour, M '-'" per cwt.: butter ''0...

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. — 25 November 1881

VOLUME XVII. Jones- Townsesid & Co. 0tk i FEEFAEE PTIAM'QFDQ TsT''f)'MI?V P. Pfl wl 1 sell ynu nice wurru Merino Under bUMifllltlO, lUiUUlM fl UU., wei.rfnryoursof or eli'lur. n at from 10 to 21) per of lit. le.-K than lnt year's prices. All sizes lor Ladies (lentil men, ( hi.- rlruu and Infisnta. in prices fioin 25 cents PTH ATTIli'PQ MA'D7j1?V . M Imvo an Immonso lino of Wh'to nnd Col InAlUJliillO, lll&IUlM Cl bU., oral Blmiu.trf, lied Comforts mid Bed Spreads, which tiny are now offering at exceptionally low prices, having been purchased ni'icli under value. PTJ i (lilTJPlJC! M A"RT3T?V P. PH ncw'-'exhibt ono of the most attract Iv OJlAlllJjiillll) lllMilllll Ci UU., stocks of eassitneres for gontcniL.i and boy wear in the city. All the lute styles of go ds in Amoiicuu, English ncd Fieiich makes, Priors fully 26 i cr cent lower than cxcmsl e denlois in these goods, and largo stuck to select from. Call soon and get bargains. nn namoers, marnev tj liJ jTOETH SIDE FELIX STRE...

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. — 25 November 1881

fit TIIE COUNTY PAPER. DOIIYNS WA1.I.KH. lMllllor. OREGON, MO T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OHEGOS, MI8SOUKI. Will practice In nil Court, of MlfsourL Kan-' tas, Iowa and NebratWa. HcalF.state bv.dncss, and Collections promptly attended to. I. D. BEELEIt,, niut.r.u is CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS XD CIGARS, V011K8T CilV, MO. Bourbon and ItycWhUkles, rod nil Fancy and Hot Drinks a icclalty. Patronage respectfully nolleUcd. . J. T. THATCHER, M.D. ill UUU UlU&UUU) ontooN.inssount. OFFICE At residence, two doors north ol J. A. Kceves' Store: formerly residence of Levi Oreo. I A. II.. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real .Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, mound cur, MO. Will practice In all the Courts of northwest MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Bankers and Brokers, OltEGON, MO, Loan Money, Iluy Notes, Draw Draft, on all nrtiirltial cities, and Collections promptly made. i'av Taxes for non-residents; Loan. ncgoUatcd on real estate,andlnvc'.tmcnts made on favora ble term. Interest allowed on Time ...

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. — 25 November 1881

CHILDREN'S- CORNER. A BONO roll A IIIKTII,VY IU)V. Wldo Awake. Once, upon n winter nlglit, When the snow lay cold ml white, Dropped a baby from the skies, With a pair of big brown eyes i Without clothes, or food, cr name, Itlght Into our heart It came. Soon a happy year had flown ; Ho could creep and stand alone, Know mamma and Rob and Fritz, Do a hundred pretty tricks; lie was sweet, but still a Tartar, So vc called him little Arthur. When another yc.ir went by, Could I tell If I should try Half how lovely ho had grown! Walking like a man, alone, Talking with such babbling word Like the cooing of the bird. Three years old 5 now look for squall), Trials, troubles, crlci and fnll. Up and down llko nny rocket, In his drcis a little pocket Filled with tops nnd nails nml strings, And tome fifty other tiling". .Still another birthday; 0At, What a four-yenr colt Is here! Leaping, running, skipping, prancing, In and nut on swift Tcct dancing; Handling marbles, spinning tops, Spending cents...

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. — 25 November 1881

TUB COUNTY PAPER, BV ppnVNS. A 'WAI.M'.H, OlOidON, MO. AdTntjtUlpf- Knt, wlilch arn very rc;t;;ii.blr, nlirn the law clr fiilntlntiof Jim COliar f'Al'KK fs eomldcreil 'will lie innilo known 03 tppllCAlton to the I'uli-IMicr. Money may br-MiitA oi.r mk by ,ri5tfflcp order, draft or reaMeri-d letter. ' Oorrt'poiiienr anil new are nlwn ito-lroil, .but letters mint lie lirlet and ,11111st have the genuine name of the author nut fr nitillentlnn lint . i.iini-.iifv f triltl fiiMtl. Comtiuuilcutimi In tlie Interr t of ramllitate. wlllboclurseil for at tlir rata of three rents jierword, cah In advance. Otiltuarjr iMK-try will lis ctinrRcd for at the rato o( ten cents per line and tha Caih ini.it ' accompany lh tnanii'rrlpt. Rejected inannwr'lpt will not he relumed. Letters for pulillri lion should reach 11s by Tuesday nwon to Insure Insertion In that week's paper. All letters should he addressed to TIIU COUNTY I'.UT.!!, Oiikook, Mo, , i Kntcred attlin lotofllrc at Oregon, second-elms mailer...

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. — 25 November 1881

U I 7 Tho transit of Mercury wan success, jfnlly observed In tho Mule Ob?orvator,y u'Callfornia. KED 1.1 PH AND HOST CHEEK, Wheeling. W. Va , May so, 1B8I. I nm un old hyMctiin, and haye lost .many otmy jouthful pvojndlcei. Learn dntr of tho gicut jrood dono by curtain remedy In rosturlim to robust hutlth n "former pattont of mm who stfercd o vcrely from chronic nllments resulting from woik pulmonary, illnestivennil ur Jnary org.m,and whom I WRs.unnblo to ,bcn(llt with my most careful treatment, I determined to pi csenou u. i ;donu so, mid tho results hrmi .Invaria bly been most satisfactory. Under its ttso tho blood becomes richer, tho digestive, miliary and ))idmonary organ nrc made strong nnd perform their nut .ural lunetioiiH readily nnd without pain; nil decay scorns to bo Immediately checked and the progress of the disease .arrested, tho puto becomes fuller ami Uronger, the lips red and flic cheeks rosy, the temperature Inuieased and mora uniform, thu action or the heart regul...

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. — 25 November 1881

THE COUNT? PAPER, Itj DOnYNR A WALL MR. ItEGON. I MO IlKLATH'l . A Miifilc buttercup I found, A tint upon my wcry tray, A MimmcT closed litr heated round, Ami ushered In tlioautumn tliy. A little memory of May, That elapt too Ute, m I bare done, And to unkiowlci; gone astray, And now flood lonely In the aun. It itemed with anxious look to ak, Arc all my bright companlona dead I Or linve I slept, forgetting tank, Until the lorcly May has sped) There waves around me autumn grain : I tec the ripened npptca (hluc: I feel the patter of the rain; I see the gnipcs that blush with wine. Ab, yea, I slept, I sweetly dreamed Of babbling brook and azure sky, And la my foolish faneyileetted Tbat Hovers like me would never die. From such a dream why should 1 waki Afar unil In another zatio Wake only that the heart may break To find myself alone, nlonef And tM It Is U) lire too long, To overpass; our proper time, And hear, tnateed of tnerry sonp, Hie bells of death In solemn chime. So, too, with m...

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. — 25 November 1881

M K ONLY TO r.n Wit AT SHK HR ARD. Saja Mr. Drown, Of Slandcrtown, "It may or nay not bo: I only tell Yon know mo well What folks hare told to me. Tbty My that Fife And bis young wlfo Get on quite awful, dear; They Mold anil tight DoUi day and night Cr tbat Is what I hear. And who would think That Smith stould drink The way he doer, good Lord t Oreo thcTay; My dear, I pray You will not take my word. And there's Mrs, Burt, The saucy flirt, She's talked about; I heard Such frightful (binge, It blushes brings To tell them 'pon my word. Oh denr, they say Tho other day TbatltcT. Dr. Dlrd AndMan'Oilm Went arm-in-arm Down Broadway so I heard." Pays Mrs. Jones In chilling tones. "You have quick cars, my dear; Just till them full With cotton wool; You hear too much, I fear." ouh'oijting. Sally Jniio nml I had calculated on having an outing for qulto a considera ble time, but ono thing or othor kept putting It off, and bo It got to bo Juno beforo Sally Juno and I got a chance for our holiday....

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. — 25 November 1881

3 V' 'A '4 i Bt1 r. 1 ALL QVER THE COUNTY, Forbes. Pulum brought l.i tho first gooso ol tllO rOl'SOtl, --Som oluililtig hi this part of tlm country tins vscok. Tho mooting north of town Is still in progress, with tho Interest Increas ing. Saturday rectus to bu a Jollv day w ltli suniu f our citizens, Ih-y being In pojsesslon of a little bd rfool quite rich. Vv noticed a man in our town wltl ii fimi lot of sma 1 will -li ho caught with a sune, and was lo bo In h.ivu lits M'lnc in tliu wiiiron piiimi'K (in; 11911 ll is III IJU HUJlt'll lll.u the (iiniul .linor from this township will hr ii,' Mich grand humbug as this to the notice of the Gland Jury. Cui7.es. o...l! I... IV I. t. I., i.. ... 1.' I .1 .. L 'lea Stioro. Not much sicklies. ' Corn gathering still continues. Mi. Homme has been unwell, but is now convnliMCi'iit Mr. Ashhiook bought of Mcs-rs. ltoiniue, liiuklu and llogler 12" hoes. Trice paid jfo.&o. " llccaiiM- o tho fai ure of the rorn, most nicii will M'll tt.olr hoys ...

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 December 1881

-So (UltM SCtNt W MOW COUHTY. MO." 1 VOLUME XYII. Subscriber seeing a letter X on mo murcm oi inoir iincr W wl 1 please Uiko notice that t'.ev Anroin urrotrs to Inn Counw I'ArKit. All ttiRt owe back siili ocrlptloli and who will come in nnd pay arrearage il roteivo The OOUNTV I'AI-En foi $1.60. Romonilior tins offer is only open from now until ne ursioi.in uary next. TIME TABLE. CIlY, St. Jnnrpli A Cnnncll uiuiim Kiturund. Ltaru Fnrttt Ctly. North. South Mull and hxprcss .. 2 ao r. ji 1 ::io im ,, do .. .an7A.M lJtis.A.M t. Vulljca Rrmich 4 -m i m .... 10 :.., ,m The Culp school is reported to be opening up in good fhape, with 36 en rolled. Burt, son of. I Ki.nkol, living half mile cast of .ew Point, died Novcmbrr .27th of diphtheria Mr. N. Polk, In tho western part of town lost a very una horse- celt Iat Sim- day morning, wilh colic. $1,000 to loan in amounts to mit bor rowers at 10 per cent annual interact. , CiiAitLES ,V. Thomas, Orogon, Mo. A'ex Hosti ttor says that when his cis...

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 December 1881

THE COUNTY PAPBK. liamNS WAI.MHt, I'utilMiiTd. OREGON. t ! t 1 MO TRIAL OF CUITEAU. Wasihsotox. Nov. 17. At 10:50 Secretary Ulallic, accompanied by Assistant Becrctary Walker Blaine, and Chief Clerk Urown enteral , rrairt mom. mul wcie tithcrctl to twits Im mediately In tlic rear of the counsel for the (lovcrnmcnt. A few minute later the follow ing statement was made by U. 8. District At' tnmnff Pnrlihlll 1 "May It please the Court nnd the gentlemen ot the. Jury! Tho prlvmcr nt tlio bar tbat stands lrnrn vmt is charged with the murder of James A. flarflcld. Under any circumstances here nt crave nnd responsible obligations upon every msn who Is called upon In the discharge of his dutv nnd tmder the law to render n ile riitnti iinon which depends the life of a fellow creature, and, while It Is true tho olTcnso ximiv'ftl In the nrefcnt rase Is no crcater In lcijnl gravity and conscmicncca to the prlfoncr than if liv lils act he hail taken tho life nt tho humblest nnd most obfeure cltlr...

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 December 1881

im We saw In the autumn sheaf we bound The shest Dime In tbo chimney's heart When ft flower ot frost slipped Into the dusk And lata flower petals were twisted apart The dead gold blossoming, over ripe, Ot swath that the circling cradle caught, The harvest wealth that that the richest light Of the budding summer sought. WeVaw In tho dim of the faint blue smoke The hsze on the bill where the dog rose spread, Slue ot damsons and blue ot grapes And stray bright flashes ot swarthy red. We saw the sinuous curve aod grace Of creepers fed by tho moist dark mould, Ths traglcd web that tno Ivy wore And the lovo vine's mesa ot gold. Bummer time. And the elder frost, The dead gold, blooming of summer sheaves, .Faint flushed disks of the wlldtvood rose, Trldoandldvo of tho "moon of leaves," Reign And die and tho sccno must shift. Fasslon ot color and blazon ot dyes Trail like the dripping ot wine In tho path Where a wild Bacchante flics. These Is ever a, charm In what Is not hero; As hither and ...

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 December 1881

THE COUNTY PAPEB, v DOHYNS. A WAlXEItt OHKUON, MO. Advertising Ratal, which are very reasouable, when the lame clr eulatloaof ThrCquntv Pal-Kit Is considered Kill be mado known on application to tho i'ub llihert. Meney may be tt nt at our rlk by roMsfflcc order, draft or reglstr red letter. Correspondence and new are always desired, but letterj must be brief and mut have this twulne naiae of the author, not (or publication but M a tuaranty ! itwd laitn. Communication In the Interest ( candidates Will be charged tor at tlie rate at tbree cent per word, cash In advance. Obituary poetry 1,111 u charged tor at the rat ot ten cenU per Due aud the Cash must accompany tl manuscript. Rejected maoMKrlpt will not be returned. Letter (of publication atmuld reach us by Tuesday neon to Injure Insertion In that week's paper. All latter should be addressed to th county rArnn, Olir.uoN, Mo Entered at the rottofflce at Oregon, Mo., Monnd-elaa matter. Tirni of Subscriptions TWO DOM-AIIS A YRAR IN ADV...

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 December 1881

J if iiromntly cured with Brown's Ironi u tura. Mr. Edwtnl'ootrt,,lt U rnwottoilj, lint i.. finrlt'n tlmt. tin will nnnefir In Wllb.UII VV. .u.. - ----- , Oermnny next year, after havinjr eom ilnteillits unfulfilled contracts lit LnM ImiU during noxt spnnp- ana gummm. mL.i ill- ftitlfrlp. wllO X Hill. UUlJf nil.....-,. n lias becomo irregular each month, who 11 'ooDlf, paio ana vraauuui-iM annoyed with aoho and pains, r-hould .". ... i... id.ii. ni r.iiirlUli bo- malo Hitters. IU action Is prompt and satisfactory. It is prepared Bpooially tor luoso irouoies. Ex-Scnntcr AHon O. Thtirmnn, of Vt.l- Aifltln iluivn In tllO lin Interrupted prnctlca of tho law at ins I. ....... 4nl...t1.ltO Otllfl. IIVl.l UIUUiunaj ...... . , t.. - nAwna 'TI, nnqn n li a o UI.I) lILb llUAMi -- i i .,... itn,l In- fciiffnrlni? humanity. And what a' mass of slot-en-Inc. dlsRtistlnn; medleino. tho poor Hontachlias had to contond with! I " much ntronj; medicine. A pleasant mcdlctno is now taking the plncu ot n...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 2 December 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. 1I.T IIOI1VN8 Al WAM.KIt. KERON. MO the invi, ;r Tin: t&tHi.vuJiAi Purllngtcr. I1wkc)c With ninny n curve the trunk t iiltcli With many u shout innl willy J A Hatlcn.'iJdlng, crowing, switch, Or. mountain grade or valley. 1 llOAC. I (mill, I Ming, I Iom, With vigorous endeavor, And men may untie, and men grow not, Hut lfllng trunks forever. The paper trunk from llic country town 1 h ilances nr.d dandle ! 1 turn It oni-c or twice around And pull out both the handle.', And crumble over traveling liaise, Ami montrou Minplc caic; But I cau mah the maker's Imigs, Like phifter Hnrls vaem They holler, holler, a I go, But they cau stop me never, For they will learn Jnt what I know, A trunk won't Tat forever! And In and out I wind about. And here I smash a klester; I turn a grip sack lns!dc out Three times a day, at leat. sir. 1 tup, 1 Jerk, 1 swear, I sweat, I ion the light valises, : And what's too big to throw, you 1ft. I'll t'.rc around In pieces, a iney murmur, mur...

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 December 1881

0; CHILDREN'S CORNER. HOW THE IlAnr CAKE. a Where did you come from, baby, dear 1 Out of tho everywhere Into here. Where did you get tho eye to bluet Out of tho ky a I carao through. Where did you get that little tear t I found It waiting when I got here. What makes your forehead so smooth and high! A soft hand stroked It as I went by. What makes your check Uko warm white rosel I saw something better than any on knows. Whence that three-cornered smile of Threj angels gave mo at onco a.klss. Where did you get this pretty cart God spoke, nnd It came out to hear. Where did you get those arms and hands 1 Love made itself Into hooks nnd bands. Feet, whenco did you come, you darling things I From the same box as the cherub's wings. IIow did they all come Just to bo yout Ood thought of mo and so I grew. But how did you como to us, my dear I Ood thought about you, and so I am'hcro. A Dangeroua Half-Dollar. BT C. UEIX. "Como, boys, lot's havo a slolghrldo." shouted Alplinso Tilton, as ho cam...

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 December 1881

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. forest City. Vino Hovpy wont to Council Muffs nnd Omnhn last Wcdm-sdny. A train loaded with wood went to St. .Iocs lust Wednesday nlglit. .1. A. Deniiiih loaded it ear with purnp iron mill othur traps lust Ttie.s day. - A Inrco number of United States tvoops wept down t lie road on Thtir.s duy lint. C. L. Anderson has taken charge ot the Klclmrdniii saw mill, In hit hands the null will do it jjoiid business. O. (.). l'lutnnier Is )lno!iiii inachln .cry in thu Dc.Muth shop for the pur posuof rutiing ualiiut t mber into 1 1 1 1 11 ber. Hu has a luriro contract for nil ho can furnish. His cstnblt-hmciil u ill give employment to C men. Forbes. .Too 1'eirpo wh has hcen In Colo rado tho past summer, Is at homo. George Movers shipped M hrsd of liogi hvA baturiluy that aveiaed IT,) jiouuus. Thr meeting nt l'ierco school house has closed with nineteen addl tlons to tho church. .John Mum, of the firm of Koss & Co., makes dry ootids anil "wicks" a specialty, especially...

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