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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 9 December 1881

?6 X t '7- I iwM I 4 .. 4 if. , . . rv V VOLUME XVII. TIME TABLE. Hum CM 111 St. Jnnrili A Connell ilufTn llHllruHil, Ltavt Fnrcl Oilll. Mall nnd KxitrtM . do ,. Vultsca tlrnncli ... Xnrtli. .2:CU- M .. . 2 :31 .V. M. . . i M V. M .S'Otlfl . l :M r.M . l'JilS.A.M lOCM.A.M TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Thasc parties who oro In arrears on subscription to Tim County Paper are rn speotfully requested to call anil settle their indebtedness, aswn need nnd must tiavq the monoy duo int. Snbsorihcrs cm asoortaln just how they htand and ace what period they are said to by exam inlng the printed date, following their nnni'3 on dm marnln of their paper. Out fit of this stato's 11 1 .school count.us hold toachcro1 Institutes I his .your. Deputy Count' Cleik, Richards. U qnito ill, but his many fi lends hop .to flto him at bis desk soon. -Mrs. Hiilda Mclntyio widow of Smith Mo ntyre, died vuiy surtden'y last. Sunday evening, at I'or hiune near this city. Shu was nn unco lent lady possessed of many chtlstla...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 9 December 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. t)REGON, t i l t MO T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, omegon, Missoum. Will practice In nil Court of Mltsourl, Kan as, Iowa ami Nebraska. Ileal Estate business, and Collections promptly attended to. I. D. BEELER, nr.u.rn ix CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AUD CIGARS, FOKEST CITY, MO. Bourbon and Kyc Whiskies, and all Fancy and i a specialty. Vatronago respectfully Hot Drinks solicited J.T. TIIATCHEIMI.D. list OREGON. MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north ol J. A. Keevcs' Store: formerly residence ot Levi Orcn. A. II. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insuranco and Collecting Agent, MOUND CITY, MO. Will practlco In all the Courts ot northwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Bankers and Brokers, OREGON, MO. Loan Money, Buy Notes, Draw Drafts on all nrlnrlral cities, and Collections promptly made. I'av Taxes for non-residents; Loans negotiated on 'real estate, and Investments mado on favors- cieterms. interest anoweu on l ime Deposits, CIIAS. W. THOMAS, Lawyer &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. — 9 December 1881

CHILDREN'S CORNER. WRKRB UnALT, HIS DIMPLK MKT Dr, J, O, Holland, Orer the cradle the mother hung, Softly cooing n slumber song, it . it. . t . . . Ana mewj were me Bimpia worus sno sung Alt the evening long. "Check or chin, or knuckle cr knee, f Where hH the baby's dimple bol - Where shall the angel's linger rest, Whop ho comes down to the baby's ncstl 'Where shall the angel's touch rcmala Vhcn he awakens my baby ngalnl" Still as she bent and sang so low, A murmur Into her muilc broke, And sho panted to hear, for she could but know Tho baby's angel tpoko I "Chcckorchhlorknuckloorltnco "i Whoro shall the tiaby's dimple bet WhcrohallimyJlngcr fall ahd rest, When I como down to tho baby's ncstl Vhcre shall ray finger's touch remain When I wake your babo again!" 8llcnt tho mother rat and dwelt? ft Long on tho sweet delay of choice, And then by her babr's side she knelt, E And sang wlth'ploasant voice! 'Not-on tho limb, O angel dear I For tho charms with Its youth will disappear; Not on...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 9 December 1881

"w-aEL.-i... .-.Hal "Tv r'l:'p,,'" i 'ftV-V-it.l I v' "fl r-r- V-' ! Sound the Alarm! We desire to tell the dear'people that we are now in our mammoth new Opera House, and are prepared to receive company, For IFOIR, THE N"EXT 60 ZD-ATSTiS We will offer at the very'LOWEST CASH FIGURES our mammoth stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Gloves, Shawls. .Nubias, Hoods, Blankets, Waterproofs, Flannels, Jeans, Cassimeres, Etc. Our line of BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING-, HATS, CAPS, is the Largest and BE SOLID, .A.S WE GREATLY ROOOM Santa Claus hnvinit notified us of his intnulin to m'iko our mammoth new store his headquarters during the Holiday season See our Holiday Goods. im ill .b. mmM mm om bpbmwh r. mmr trrn wmmtmmm mmmmmmm mmmammm WJmwmmM. ntw rrrsv ZXftt MBBBk. .BfaJI MIBBBM mmm mmm - CORSA THK COUNTY PAPER, uv li. P. DOHY.VS. t CO. oiti:tioN, mo. Tonus of Snbsoriritloni TWO DOLLARS A YKAIt INAOVAXCK. i'itii)AY,;ir.ci:.MHi:it o, ihhi A CIIANOU. It will no doubt bo a HirprUe to many of tlin...

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. — 9 December 1881

rM 35! V i nein '", 1. ,:0'v " -4. win i AIT .J j. .it 4' X ItEMGlOUSNEWSPAVEn. ' W doslro to call tlio nttcniloii of our renders lo uno of tlio grcnteht news) a. iiors of tlio nijo one that secures the best writers in tills country nnrt Knropo regardless of expense ; Iwb tlio best uud ftiflust book rovluws of any paper in the country; has uhlo nrtlouf upon financial milijuctsj litis departments ed ited by specialists, and dovotod to Fine Arts, Music, .Science, llollgious Intclll getuo, Missions, School nnd Collotio, News of tho Weoi , 'IIymn Notes, tho Sundny School, Lep.nl nnil Sunltnry questions, llib.ienl Uosciirch (sonic thing tlmt cannot be foiiud In nny other newspaper In thu United States), Farm nnd (Inrdon, Iimiruneo, Wcek'y Mark et Reports, etc in fnct, a newspaper nilly Milted to tlio requirements of every family, containing n fund of In formation which cannot be had In tiny other shape, and having n wide (lrcti latlon all over the country and In Kti rope. Wo refer to Tim...

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. — 9 December 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, lly DOIIYNS te WALI.Mll. REQON, MO llItAMIILK. The corn li reaped, the bare brown land Is lccliig In the sunshine bland Of Into September time J How after harvest toll and mirth In restful ealmncM lies the earth, Like rckxI lives past their prime. Red tints of autumn touch the trees That nistWJn the. freshening brceie, And wive (heir branches strong; 1'rom hillside meadows loud and clear, Conies, clarion-like, n note to cheer, The thrush's thrilling song. Tha busy wlU Ke lllttcth by, Where honoj suckle waves on high, And late clematis grows ; A fair brown butterfly floats round A bramble branch that on the ground It d.itnty tangle throws. Tho lowly bramble, taking root In common hedgerows, tearing fruit Kor common hands to pull; A iMtott to tr.ivclcM on tho road, It shows It gracious purple load With blosroms bcaullf ul. White llosrersllko jiearly-tlnled snow, Fair foliage red with autumn's glow, lilpc fruit on one fair spray; Ah met my heart, what beauty lives In ...

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. — 9 December 1881

i WEEKLY REVIEW. Domestic ' A collision of trains noar Savannah, v Georgia, Not. 24th, killed lit men. Tho scliffonor Mary Jano, from Fort Dover for Erie, la reported lott, with six men ) railroad collision Is reported near RThway, N. J., Mot. 23J, It. whlcli 13 persona were killed. A colored Tshlld two yoars old,' was burned to death by falling Into the fire at New ark, Ohio, Nov. 25th. . John Gath, Thcodoro Murphy and Maggie Buckner were drowned while ikatlng at Columbia, Mo.. Not. 24th. A dcstrtictlvo firo occurred at Yank ton, D. T., Nor. 23d. Hie loi 1 estimated at $16,000; Insurance, 17,600. Tho iron ship Culloan whllo being towed to Ulvdo from Dundee was ecked Not. 24 tb anil 17 persons drowned. Charles Kukuk, a stranger, well dressed, shot himself In Lincoln I'ark, Chicago, pn the morning of Nov. 2Stb. Tho promising top crop of cotton In South Carolina has been blighted by a hard freeze, which occurred Nov. 2oth. John Booth's stono quarry at Wil burn, N. Y., eaved In Nov. 2S...

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. — 9 December 1881

in- s$J, S ft . C'ONOUKHS. assembled .on Monday nt Congress noon. Tlio nominations for speaker of tho Honso wcro: Mr. Kelfer, of Ohio, lie.' publican; Mr llntidtil, Democrat; Mr. Vonl, Grcetibnuker Mr. .Koifcr wns olceted. Concerning tliu chairmanship ol tliu various .dimmitlccs of tliu lluuc, tliu Itnprusshm prevails tlmt .luilgu Kull y, of Pei-nsylrnnlu, wll bo upiiomted chairman of tlui Wuys ami Means com I DM'tuo; lliscock chuti'Dun of tlui com mittee on Appropriations; Ktissou cl uh Hum of tliu commlttcu on Torelun .Affairs; Hubi'Htin, chairman of tliu cum nn tee on Naval Affairs, and t'rapo, of Massachusetts, or Towitfend, of Oliioi (lialrinan of tliu ronimitto on llutik 1112 and ( nrroncy. , Dimnoll 1 men tioned as prnlmli'y cliulmrm of tliu voiiiiidtteo on l'ublio Lands. 'J lie President did not fend his iiic-h. ago to the lluusu until Ttto-da.. too laic for It publication In this issue ol The Count v 1'ai'kr. NOW READY. CHAMBER'S, &' GO. Wltli thb handsomest llnu of uef...

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. — 16 December 1881

VOLUME XVII. TOYS WAltltANTHI) . TO 1JE New Toilet sets, njilocra: Vases, nil colors t Oriin inciitu of (lluss ; Ink Htiunls ! Cut Flower Hold vn : Ivy Stands ; Smokers' Nets i 1'ici.ch Orna ments i Uarunu'ton j Clocks t Thermometers i .lewd Oases: Curd Receivers t Ciisimdorcs i Htattmry unit Stiititottcn ; Wax Ornaments t Weather Houses ; China Cups s Jutdlnlcrs. Jcwrlry. Indies' Soli, pins mid drops t Neck Chains i llhiKS mid Crosses t lockets mid Charms ; Coir I'liw i wutdi cimims curt iiuttonii aindii OcniV Chains; Kmhlenis s Scurf l'lm : Solid lold Minis i Solid (lotd Drops ! Solid Cold Plus mini r row milium ; 1 mien .icweiry, warrant- rd Rood quality plate: Cliolco linn ilar I'Iiih ; Keparnble Sleeve und Collar Uuttons i Ilracclets liiiiinipi. HNH'Prwnr. AVnrrnntedon vlilto Metal and tood quality of plate Met Dessert Spoons j Set Table Simons SiiRiir Spoons ; Mutter Knives ; Children's Knife fiiioou and Fork: Casters. 6 bottlo j Drlnklnc Cups; Vlatcd Knives: Silver Napkin HIi...

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. — 16 December 1881

-j V .. .? us IB1 ' I IK B . mnn fiiiTtiriMT 11 I mill I miii- i uu t cuiwtu rrif 1 1 T. I placed III tho wltncs box. Ho Irk n ceil nttlioi U ! Ill IV UVJUllLX i"i "i IH .1 , ItOIIUNn A: WAI.f.lllt, 1'iilillsln-rs. OREGON, ! ! MO T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOURI. Will practice In nil Courts nf Missouri, Knn- as, lown mm acunuhn- imn Mime u.v, ami Col1cctlun promptly attended to. I. D. BKKLEll, nr.At.r.ii is rmninTj vmivi nnTTnDQ AVTl PTfUBS ImUluD wiiiDOi uiyuunu nnu wuuuu, FOREST CITV, MO. Bourlion ami Rye Whiskies, nndall Fancy nnd Hot Drinks a specialty. Patronage respectfully solicited. J. T. THATCHER M.D. St OREGON, MISSOUUI. OFFICE At icstdence, two doors north ot J". A. Kecvcs' Store', formerly resilience of Levi Orcn, t jmniNn-rnv. Dec. 1 Gulteau's trial was resumed this inornliigln thcpie'cmcof thciisu- al throng, upon cntcringthP witness nox um tcau desired, be oio resuming tlic evidence, to mnko a pcrscn.il statement, ami addressed him self to tlio atullcii...

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. — 16 December 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. Hy nOJlYNS A WALIiKlt. RBGON. 't MO President's Message. 2T7.e oVwifo atiil llovu of JlqrtMhtatiut of tht tMltd Stain! An appalling calamity lias befnllcn tho American people slnct tliclr cliofccn Reprcscn 4.iiv iat mrt in ttin halls where toii are cow MWtnUtil. Wc might else recall withnnalloyed Sit the Increased prosperity with Its varied industries have thriven j I e health of lt people has been preserved! It has maintain; d with foreign Government the undisturbed relations of amity and peace. For these manl testations of Ilia favor we owe to Him who holds our destiny In Ills bands the trlbuto of .our grateful heart. . To that mysterious rxerclso of will which has taken from lis tho loved and Illustrious citizen Who was but lately the bead of tho Nation, wo bow In sorrow and submission to tho memory of bis exalted eharactcr, ef Ida nohlo achieve mcntx, and of his patriotic life; will bo treas ured forever nsa sa -red possession of tho whole people. The announcem...

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. — 16 December 1881

v . .A r u TOUR ATTEN1 if In FOB ONLY A MOMENT ! j v Sound the Alarm! We desire to tell the dear people that we are now in our mammoth new Opera House, and are prepared to receive company, Fbr FOR THE ISriEJXT 60 DAYS We will offer at the very LOWEST CASH FIGURES our mammoth stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Hbsiery, Gloves, Shawls. Nubias, Hood, Blanket Waterproofs, Flannel, Jeans, Caimeres, Etc. Our line of BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, is the Largest and IMITTST BE SOLID, .A.S "WB 3-3EtE!j.TXj"2" IsTEEHD ROOOM Santa Clans bavins notified us of his intention t0 make our mammoth new store his headquarters during the Holiday season. See our HoIdavGoods CORSAUT & METER, MOUND CITY MO. tiii: COUNTY PAPER, uv 1. 1. DOIIYNS. ifc CO. OKKUON, Ml). Terms of Subscriptions TWO DOLLAItS A YKAlt IX ADVANCE. FRIDAY, .DECKMHKH 10, 1881 President Arthur's Message nnncrtrs in full uuon our lnsldo naoes. It U a. M Jons one, but well worth the nerusid of every reader of Tub County IWi-kk. The P...

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. — 16 December 1881

7 i ' , ' " I ' ' ' 4 . . ,1 V ' 7 SHERIFF'S SALE. r irhreM,R. Si; Keyt by Ms wortaiuw with bow- r of sulci dated the lth day o( December, lM, fnnveyed tit Holt eooiity.Mlwourl.the following Scribed real estate, lying mm! Ming situated ,, In unld county and Mute, to-wltj Tlioftouth'estfourthotth northwest fourth of wllen , tuwastnp 61, rango ss. Which naldeomrtyancewM In trust tocuro the paymoMtof t certain bond m lit said wiirt- vngrTvrlth ptrwcret sain H described and whc re iSsTt I provided in Mid I mortgage that In default of tMiiftvment-r wild bund according to Its termsnnd eltects that the Hhcriftofsald county might proceed without suit on said mortgage. Insell said mortgaged promises to satisfy sa d debt And whereas, default has been m ado In , the "payment of; Mid biidnnd whereas the ' County Court did on tie 4th day of May, IMl.makean order entered of record, com. mandlng the Hhcrllt nf said county to sell said premises or so much thereof as wflllbo sufficient to pay saldde...

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. — 16 December 1881

President's Message. (Cantinurt from ThM Page.) Hon. To a stnttita wlilch aliotild Incorporate all It ca'rnllal fcaluroit t i1iou1l feci Imiiiul to giro my approval, hut whether It would ba for tho licst lt.tcreU of tlio piihllc to II x upon an expedient for ltnmnliatcniilc:xtrrilYiappllt'ii Hon whleh emhrarcs ccrtnm fiMttircs of tho Kngllsh aYAtcm but cxclihle or Ignores other of equal linpoitanee, may he icriocaly iloabtetl even by tliov) imprcattxl as I nm mjaelf with the cravo Importance of corrcctlnc tho evils Mhtcli aro In tho prcent method of appoint ment. If, for exam lo, the Kni;llli rule which shula out pemoaa above tho nito of twenty-live yeara from a largo number of public employ merit la not to bo made an essential part of our system. It Is questionable -whether the attainment of tho highest number of marks at n competitive examination should bo tho criterion by which nil applications for anointment should be put to test, and under (mllar conditions It mar also lio ques...

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. — 16 December 1881

'ft ON VOUK OUAVK. Love, on your grave In tho ground, , Street flowers I planted arcjgrovfiu; lilies and violets abound, Panics border It rcuud, And cowslips all of my rowing : A crecvr Is trying to cover Tour natno with a kits like a lover. Dear, on your grave, In my lientt, Grow" flowers you planted wheu living, Memories that cannot depart, Faith In life's holler part, Love, all of tour giving', And Hope, climbing hlgtcr, Is surer To reach you as life grows purer. AiiTitim O'SiiAUonNr.ssr. AM.T1IK WOULD. All tho world Is full of children, Laughing over littlu joys, Blghlng over llttlo troubles, Fingers bruised an-i broken toys, Wishing (o he older, larger, Weeping at some fancied woo; 0, tho happy, hapless children I Still they c iino, and still they go. All tho world Is full of lovers, Walking slowly, whispering sweet, Drcamlog dreams, and building castles That must crumble at their feet', Breaking vows and burning letters, Smiling lest the world shall know I 0, the fooling, trus...

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. — 16 December 1881

cyNiMit.Mr.n. Tho .United 'States Sonde on Mon day confirmed .tlio nomlimtlon of J-'. T. Krolinshuysou, of .Now Jersey, as Sec retary of State. Ho has been twice Uni ted States Senator nnd Is a public man ofnbtlitv. Huh u son of the I'rellng huyson who ran for Vice Preiidont on tho Henry Clay (lo.kr.t In 18 It. The President seems to lie in no hurry about making a now Cabinet, nnd his wisdom meets with general approval. Tho eastern span of the trestle bridge (of tho North Missouri ltallroad over .tho Missouri Hlver at St. Charles. Mo., 'gave way Thursday evening of lat week, under tho weight of freight train No. 12, consisting of an engine, thir teen enrs loaded with llvo stock, eigh teen cars of dead freight, ami a caboose. .Tho engine- was the llrst to fall, tho cars piling on top of It. Three of tho slx mcn on tho train when it started over the bridge nccompanied It on Its wild leap of sixty-fivo feel Into tho river chan nol. That two of them escaped to tell their awful experienc...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 December 1881

The ttendjuitont will bavo twenty two Mtontv on ft ielnt ballot in tbo Virgin U Legislature, and may lnorcaso It when Ma contested seat cases coma np for settlement. Nbw Yohk held three kings, Iowa threo aces, but they wore nowhoro when Ohio slwwcd up with a flush. In way that are dark and tricks that aro not rain, Ohio was always a littlo peculiar RobeivtA. I'ahnm.r well known clt lien 01 St Louis. haMontcd $25,000 to ihe Methodist Contrnl College at Kayotto Howard county. It Is iimlersto'iii turn a Barnes rrofest-orship wlllde establish Mill tho college. Tue "tariff lor rovonno only" Dem ocrats listened to spcoches IntholrCon irrossional caucus, by half a dozen Con gressmen, iigulnst tho docrlno of their party platform ol 1870 unit ieu, " then calmly re-nomlnatcd that arch pro toctlonlst, SumnclJ. Hnndall, ibr Speak er. Inconsistency, thy namo U verily Democrat. Tho tobacco crop of the United State Is worth annually lets tkan forty min ion dollar to Us producers, and yet our evn g...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 December 1881

SUPPlMENT. THE INDIAN'S DECEMBER DAYS. Tim Indian summed smoky veil Uttniz o'er the hill nn nzuro mist; ivnuil UK mini 8UUiilMl-ii:m Kltllf From CAu-tan-tow-wltV court dismissed, W'ns blowing from tlio Summer land. O, pleasant were tlio dreary days Obscuri, yet clear J that season bland Tlio Indians harvested their maze. Xovomber'a chilly Krcczo has blown From regions cold where winter dwells; Alas I tlio summer birds have llown Down to milder parallels. ita winter, from the land of death, Where oft tho fitranco aurora Blows, Is hastening now with gelid breath From realms of everlasting snows. And llqhtly falls lie snecia in Tim ornatu bo While sunllgb thoi leathery snow; or ine streams ; vo to and fro. the forest gleams. i thn nlr: oTecblu rays Tlio frost Is flvlnc In I Obllnuely shine the ! Of sunshine with diminished claro During Uecembur'a shortened days. Fresh to renew our energies Then Christmas cornel with pleasant cheer; Amidst the say festivities Wo while away tin; closing ...

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. — 23 December 1881

Wm Kauchor dU (URM 3URC MOLT COUNTY. MO. VOLUME XVII. Christmas Goods. Something Useful as Well as Ornamental. DRESS GOODS. Black and Colored Cashmeres and AN paooas, Worsted and Brocades, Some beautiful patterns, Shawls, etc. CRYSTAL WARE. Beautiful Patterns In Pitchers, Tea Setts, Etc., etc. Table rnd Pocket Cut lery, Ladles' Pen Knives, Etc. Why not buy something that will bo useful. Come and f?ee us. Wo carry besicleH the lines mentioned above full stocks of Clothing, Groceries, Hardware and Clocks. N. IJ.- -A few nice Coats for Ladies which we are closing out at very LOW prices. Hershberger Merchants and Dealers in Everything, Oregon. 3Ho, ON AND January THE Guarantee a Benefit to every one who will bny Goods ot them for Cash, or Produce And will ''SET 'EM UP" to all their customers who will pay up their accounts be. lore Janury 1st. 1882. Those who cannot raise the money will please Dive their notes, as we desire to square up the Books. Atter January ist, 1882, we will soil Go...

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. — 23 December 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. IIOHYNS & WAI.I.KU, I'ubllslirrs. OUF.OON, ! MO T. 0. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOUItl. . Will practice In U Courts of Missouri, Kan--mu, low a ami Nebraska. Ileal Estate business, mud Collection promptly attended to. I. D. BEELER, pstLtn is CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, FOREST Cm', MO. Bourbon and Ilye Whiskies, and all Fancy and Hot Drinks a specialty. Patronage respectfully aollcltcd. J. T. THATCHER, M.D. list I OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north ot J. A. Keeves' Store; formerly residence of Levi Oren. A. II. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, mound cur, MO. Will practice In all the Courts ot northwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Bankers and Brokers, OREGON, MO. Loan Money, Buy Notes, Draw Drafts on all principal cities, and Collections promptly made. Fay Taxes for non-rcsldcnts; Loans negotiated on real estate, apd Investments made on favora ble term. Interest allowed on Time Depo...

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