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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 December 1881

SOOMKIt OB LATER. Harriet raneoll Spifford. Sooner or later tho storm shall beat Over my slumber from head to feet j Booner or later the wind shall rare In the long grosses above my graTC. 'I shall not heed them where they He Nothing thctr soul shall signify; Nothing the headstene's fret of rain; Nothing to me tho dark day's pain. 'Sooner or later tho sun shall shtno With tender warmth on that mound of mine Sooner or later In summer's nlr Clurer and violets blossom there. 1 shall not feel In that deep-HIl stl The sheeted light fall over my breast; Nor even note In thoso hidden hours The wind-blown breath of tho tossing llowcrf. Sooner or later tho stainless snows Shall add their hush to my mate repose; Sooner or later shall slant and shift And heap my bed with their dazzling drift. Chill though that frozen pall shall seem, Its touch no colder can mako tho dream That recks not tho deep and sacred dread Shrouding the city of the dead. Sooner or later tho bee shall come And fill the no...

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. — 23 December 1881

THU .COUNTY PAPER, i.ioi.v.vs. t co. OUKdON, MO. AdvartliltiR Rntos, which ate very rcinoimbte, when tin Inw clr . dilution of TilKtnti.jftv r.U'Klt l romMcrril twill lie mailt! know ii tin npjihYjttlnn In Hie .'nl,. Money way t)r rnt ut mir rik liy 1'iKtwnicr order, draft or regNtcri'tl letter. C(irnvip(inJ('ncu ami newt art- always itrslri'd, Imt letter inuit ! brief tuitl iiiiih' Imvi- (lie Kennlne tiaiuc nf tlic aiitlinr, nut (or iiiiMlcatlun Imt nt a (iinir.inty f rwI faith. Ciiiiimiiiileatlnn. In the Intert'it ut ranillilatcs Mill berWrfiM tor at tlic rate nf three cents Itcrwunl, cmh In nilvaurc. Obituary ptwlry will be rtiarKPil for at the rate of ten cenH per Him mill the (.'mil lat.H accompany the mniimrrlpt. ltcjfctpiliimiuicrlpt wilt nut lie returned. Mler for piilillivllun .liull reach in by Tncuhiy ituou to insure IiimtiIiui In tliat week's paper. All IcttcrvhniiM lip iiititrnui'tt In' TIIK COUNTY I'AfHl:. )iii:nv. Mo, Kntereil ntlhp I'lMttinice ut Orison. .Mo., an upc...

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. — 23 December 1881

U Crocerlei? If to, go (e Mclnlnch's Boots and Shoes? Don't buy until you look through Mclnclch's Stock. Do you expect to buy Harness and Saddles, all hand work, and of tho best Material, at less prices than Shoddy goods are Sold? go to Mclnlnoh WEDDING OUTFIT ATA. .A.. 3VC O X 2sT 1 IN" OEC.'S 1,900 Frederick Avoiutu, St. Joseph, MO. 4,000 mS'lmmodlately to diiy their Clothing at Mclnlnch's. 4,500 Boys Immediately to buy their Clothing at Mclnlnch's. 4,000 Children Immediately to buy their Clothing al Mclnlnch's. 4,750 Ladlos to purchase our beautltul Light Running New Home Sewing Machine. Wo can now furnish 500 Ladlos with our Handsome Cloaks and Dolman ... ' Wo run furnish 200) Misses with our hnmlsniiin Chinks. W'n havo about SO.fMlf) pairs Custom mado Hoots mid Shot's loft. Wo can nccommodiUo 1,000 Custo nurs dully. Wo want to fit up t,()00 head of Horses with our nobby Oak-tanned Harness, Cootls arriving by the our load nnd n. tucumulatioii In fact If you want any Goods 16 wil...

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. — 23 December 1881

I THE COUNTY PAPER. lly DOnVNR WAX. LB It. KEOOK. ! ! MO A MIM. BONO. O merry and fast Is the busy rhyme The mill wheel stnjrs all day Yet Kobln, tho miller, has plenty of time To spare, when I pass that way. ' "0, .latictl" lie cries, "I love you well, Hut keep our secret sweet;" "Yet somehow or other tho lasses tell Whenever we chance to meet. O Intut and clear, O loud and clear, Tho clack of the husy mill I There's many a gosllp about I fear, Whose tongue can tun faster still I The coat of my Robin Is white with meal That Hosts from the grain below, And sometimes, It may tc, his arm will steal Where a sweetheart's arm may go, And the pown I wear Is blue and dark And bears a token ploln, So tho lassie's they laugh at the dusty mark! "0, Janet, again, again I" O loud and clear, O loud and clear, The clack of tho busy mlll,l There's many a gossip nbout I fear, Whose tongue runs faster still. PASSION IN TATTERS. "Sho has got a faco llko ono of her -own rosebuds," said Mr. Fltzalan. "...

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. — 23 December 1881

4 WASHINGTON. tvnmhrjof Conp'w&Ional Proceeding?. tfAgtHKOTON, TiiUrtdjr, Dec 8.Morrill tton, atiumtttlnjr a list of the names of ofllccra, clerks and other employes on the rolls of the uriwrtmcni, witu BflJano.9, tic. 'iaDICd anil Ordered printed, Bills were introduced and rc Ttferrcd a follows ! lly Pendleton, to prorlde vitA the principal officers of each executive) de partment mv occupv seats on the floor of the Senate and Uouso: also a bill to amend certain sections of tho revised statutes concerning taxes on deposits In banks ; by Cockrcll, to amend tho rcrlscd itatutcs, providing that every ofllccr and soldier who served during the recent rebel lion for CO days and was honorably discharged, and In caso of his death, his widow and minor children shall be entitled to 160 acres of public land not otherwlcc reserved or appropriated; by l'lumb, to rctlio Judges of the United States courts after ten years' service at TO -Tears, and alter twenty years' service, at 05 years. The ...

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. — 23 December 1881

The King of the Day. One of tlin most pathetic Christmas ptorles llintwo know cornea down tp us from thoc chilly early days In which, during the stem shadows of the l'urltun faith, Christum fires burned but feebly, (t l.t written too, by a giini old Quaker ' to whom Christmas wits n Pagan admo nition, who, with his wife, child, Muvc.i Htid much property, set sail from Ja moon nbmit two hundred years ugo to go to thu 'savage wllderne.fl of Pennsyl vania." Thu barkcntlno Ucforinatlon, tu which they willed, In trying to avoid tho pirates was wreeked on the Florida toast, and fur live tnnnthi they wander ed through the trackless wilderness, In tho li.clcmaney of a terrible Winter, trying to make their way northward. They were without, money, clothe? or food. The Indian tribes which they en countered were the fiercest on tho con tinent; no white man had ever passed through them alonn. Yet till band of starving, half-nuked wretches were liolpi'it;on their way for the sale of the child tha...

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. — 30 December 1881

VOLUME XVII. TIME TABLE. r, IU. Joacpli Kllr4 CBaotl 1 Lratt Forat (HI. A'orfh. ?- Mall and Kxpr:.....2 :09 P. M. do a a! h!.'.'.'.'.'.'ii i'is.aIm Valise nmneh i 25 p. h it mw.a.m TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Those puMtt whi are In arrtaraoa iicrlptloa ta The C 8y Ptpar are re spectfully requeued ta call d ettle their Indebted, ai we Bead art wart iiave the money die m. Siatorlaera can utoertalo uit hew they ttand and aee what period they areiaKtaby exa.ni. iBlajthei printed date, following their sane on the margin of their paper. Otrls, shirring Is ont or favor. Two breach of promise suits wo on onr circuit court docket, for January. John S. Chapin, who live near Craig, Hold 48 head of fcdgs last week, that Hvornged 878 8-4 pounds. J. A. JCcovcf and Robert Fredrick wero both made happy ChrUtmas Santa Claus brought oacli a baby only . toy. Solon.oi Meyer, tho little oleven year-old son of George Meyers, won a. turkey at the shooting match at, Robert 1'attcrson'H last featimtay. The M. E. Ch...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 December 1881

! THE COUKTY VAPBK. iiiiot .v x :o, I'libllalier. OREGON, t wo T. 0. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ORKOOST, MISSOURI. Will practice Intll Court of Missouri, Kan ku, I ow a and Nebraska. Real Estate buslneti, and Collection promptly attended to. I. D. BEELER, CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, FOREST CITY, MO. Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, and all Fancy and Hot Drink a specialty. Pattonage respectfully aollclleil. J.T.THATCHER.M.D. toiaiiiisi mil Sipi, OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two door north ol J. A. Reeve' 8tore; formerly rctldcnceof Lev) Oren. A. II. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, mound city, MO. Will practlco In all the Court of northwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Bankers and Brokers, OREGON, MO, T if. - tl V. . T T..a rinclpal cities, and Collection promptly made. ay laxes ior non-rcsiueni-, Loans negoiiatcu on real estate, and Investments made on favora- blfternn. interest allowed on Time ueposus. CHAS. V. THOMAS, Lawyer&...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 December 1881

Oil fUSTMAH. J10S T8RRY COOKS. Here com old Father Christmas, With sound of fife and drums; With mistletoe about hla brows, 80 merrily he cornea I Ills arms are (all of all good cheer, Ills face with laughter glows, lie shines like any household 11 ro Amid the cruel snows. He U the old folks' Chris tress; lie warms their hearts like wine, He thaws their winter Into spring, And makes their faces shine. Hurrah for Father Christmas 1 King all the merry bells I And bring the grandslrcs all around To hear the fate he ttlls. Hero comes the Christmas Angel, So gentle and to calm, As sottly as tlio falling flakes, He comes with fluto and palm. All In a cloud of glory, As once upon U10 plain, To shepherd bova In Jcwry,l ne brings good news again. He Is the young folks' Christmas', He makes their eyes go bright With words of hope and tender thought, And visions of delight. Hall to the Christmas Angel I All peace on earth he brings: Ho gathers all the youths and maids Beneath his shining wings...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 December 1881

Tin: .COUNTY PAPER, uv J), r. HOHYNS. At CO. ' OfliillON, M0. Advertising Rates, T.'lilch jire very reasonable, tthen I In latvc clr- 'culatlcm of '1'iir.Coit.NTV r.WKll Is considered will bemade'kiitmii tin application to tilt' liili HshVr. i Motif y may lir sent lit our risk liy rosunk-o order, draft or recl'lcred letter. Corn'iMintcnc nnd lo-ws nre nlvns desired, tut letters must bp tirlcf mid must have the 'prmilue name of the nutlior, not (or publication tint ivs n Rimriuity l Bod laltli. 1 Communications In the Interest at candidates Vill be ekarRed for at tlir rati of tlin-n cents .irvrwonl, cash In advance. Obituary poutry will be charitcd for nt the rate of ten cents per llat' Mid thu fash must 'accoinpai thu manuscript. lh'etfed manuscript will not he rftivncd. letter foe publlcitloii should reach us hy Tuesday tivoti to Insure insertion In that week's 'paper. I All letters should hp nddrcssctt (n Till'. COUNTY FA1HK. OltnuoN.Mo. Entered at the Fostofllc at Orcijoii, Mo., ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 December 1881

lit Crocerlet? If la, te Melnlneh't Boot and Shoes? Don't buy until yon look. throvgh Melnclch't Stock. Do yon expect to Harnett ami Saddles, all hand work, and of the belt Material, at less prlees than Shoddy goods am Sold? go to Mctntnch WEDDING OUTFIT .ai a.. nyn c i nsr i 2sr ch's l,0OO Frederick Avenue, St. JoHt'ili, MO. 4,000 mSiimiaedlately to duy their Clothing at Mclntnch's. 4,500 Boys Immediately to buy their Clothing at Mclnlnch's. 4,000 Children Immediately to buy their Clothing al Mclnlnch's. 4,730 Ladles to purchase our beautitul Light Running New Home Sewing Machine. Wc cm now furnish V)0 Ladles with our Handsome Cloaks ami Dolman . We can furnish SO) Misses with our hutulsouio Cloaks. Wit hnvu about 80,000 pair Custom made Hoots iiml Shoes left. Wu can ticconimndaiit 1,000 Ctistn ni'rs dally. We want to fit up 1,000 head of Horses with our tiobliy Oak-tanned Harness. (Jonils arriving by (lie car load ami tin accumulation lii fact If you wuMt any flnotW it will eeitii...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 December 1881

In. I) I! THE COUNTY PAPER. By DOI1TNB A CO. UKtJON. MO Till'. ST A IIS AM) Till: 11KIX. lit "M iluk mill cold at tlio midnight hour, For Chrlstnnts Day wa about to brgtn ; Tho o'il church-U-11 hm.g lilti In the tower, Anil tlie stars came xA i In. The oM church-lcll hung high In the tower, And the shining stars, above In the sky, Jjiunhed to themselves ash clanged the hour, And winked with each golden eye. ""I'ray, what do jou know about t'mel" they cried. "Wo were nl 1 when your earth was younir, And you could not number tu If jou tried I" lint tlic old Ml held his tongue. Then the sexton tolled up the tower stair, And his head was Imwcd and gray, Hut he cheerily called, "Old Hell, up there, Hint; cut! It Is Christmas D.iy !" He seized the ropu In e.ich wrinkled hand, And pulled with a youthful might; .And the glnd sound calcd o'er tho sleeping land, And soared to the stars so right. 'Ho, hoi" laughed the scornful stars again, "What know you of ChrlstmaMIJc! Wo shone on that far o...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 December 1881

f Bin for m t-bf Is THE XLTIIth CONGRESS. faumraOTOX, Thursday, Dec 15. Petition transportation rates, anil for the abolition of taxes on bank deposits anil checks. Sherman, from the flnai'ce committee, reported favorably fttblU providing for the Issue ( three per rents. Bills were Introduced and referred as follows i By Coke, to regulate Intcr-stata commerce and prohibit against discriminations by com mon carriers; by Beck, repeating taxes on bank deposits, by Plumb, granting the right of way through the Fort Sclden military rr-crvn-tlon In New Mexico to tho Bio Grande, Mexico i& Pacific IlMlrniil. In rutin' rvanlnllnn Instruct. ilngthJ committee on ocnslonsto Inquire and report what Increase ot pen Ions, If any, should be allowed the widow of Abraham Lincoln, was idopted. Tho dlscuislon of the Presidential succession was resumed, and Garland addressed U10 Senate. He favored vesting the succession In executive ofllcers as the best method ho could conceive of. Jones of Forlda ad...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 December 1881

M-fc-a.lj..4,j,J 1 ... 4 ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Craig. Weather fine. Tim sidewalk of Craig havo bocn Mx-k, slicker, slickest, for n week past. Dniiea in town thu2!)il attendance large, ami tliu boys ny thoy liud u ulco i line. llllby & Heaton lmvo the most neatly iiinl c)uitii(dintily arranged bunking house lu tliu county. Mrs. H 8. Klliolt, a cousin of Scita tr Ktchard Yates, ol'Illlimis, died here on tliu L'lst lust. Short funeral Mirvicim worn hold lit tliu rexlilcticii on the Wd, l.yKlder W.T. Mmipin. Mr. V. U. WllllniiHnud MlfA t.iz 7.10 Golcy were united in innrrhigo t dieted. well tno rosiuenco of Mr. l.aughiin, ono mile cast of Craig, on Thursday, the 2ind. by Kldor W. 'J'. Maupln, who also u.Hl.stcd tlio numerous guest to irnt nway with th fuio turkey, thut honored the occasion, Tho new school bnlldigls progress, iug finely. Maupln and Thornton, of your place, have tho contract for the plastering. They nro botli hero pimh. lug their part of the work througl. Tho Khier has...

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. — 6 January 1882

M Kattoher tlh hi 7 VOLUME XVII. TIME TABLE. ItaaMM CUT. HI. Jopti A Council llluffli Rallrond. Iare Forwf G'My. A'orlh. Souh. Hull und Impress 2 : i. m I'M l'.M llO 2 ill A. M 12 ilS.A.M Vallsca unwell tilll'.M 10 sW.a.m TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Those parlies who are In arrears on .subscription to The County Paper arc re- tpectfully requested to call and settle their Indebtedness, as wo need and must have the money due us. Subscribers can ascertain lust how they stand and sec hat period they are paid to by exam liilng the printed date, following their uame on the margin of their paper. Have you swore off? lntUng up Ico Is now In order. Mrs. James Quick was burled on iJiittnilay last. George Meyers, has purchased tlio John G. Hurt. farm. Tho public schools nit over Uio ctuMy commenced work again hut Monday. Mrs. Fluids, wife of Win. Fields, dtod at her homu near this city, on tho 27lh ult. II. L. Alklre and wi'c, handsome ly entertained a number of their friends nt their residence near H...

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. — 6 January 1882

t THE COUNTY l'Al'EII. IXIIIYN'S .V ', Publishers. OREGON, ! ! MO T. C. DUNCAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, oregon, Missouri. Will rrac lice In nil Court of Missouri, Kan us, low ft bii J Nebraska. Ileal Estate business, and Collections 1 romptly attended to. I. D. BEELER, I)KAt.Cn IK CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, FOUKST CITY. MO. Bourbon and Bye Whiskies, ami all Fancy and Hot Drinks a socially. Patronago respectfully solicited. J. T. THA.TCHF.R, M.D. list OPiEGON, MISSOUIU. OFFICE At resilience, two doors north ol J. A. Reeves' Store; formerly residence of Levi urea A. II. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, MOUND CITY, MO. Will practice In all the Courts of northwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Bankers and Brokers, OREGON, MO. Loon Money, liuy Notes. Draw Drafts on all nrlnrlrtal cities. aiid'Collcctionsnromiitlv made. l'ay Taxes for non-rcsldetits; Loans negotiated on real estate, nudlnviMinciits made on favora blctiTin. Interest allowed on 'f...

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. — 6 January 1882

MIT PORTION. Oftott retry. Very little of gold bare t. Wealth and station have passed mo by, But something sweet In my life I hold Tlint 1 would not change for plico or gold. Itcncath my fect the green earth lies, Above my" befd ore the lender skies. I live between two heavens; my eyes '.Look out to when.', serene and sweet, , At the world's far rim tho two heavens meet. I hear the whisperings of tho brecitf, "Tho sweet, imall tumults nmld tho trees: And many a message comes to mo On the wing of bird, In tho hum of bee, From the mountain peak and the surging sea. E'en silence speaks with voice so clear, . I lean my very heart to' hear, And all abovo mo and nil nrdund Light and darkness and sight and sound To soul and tense such, meanings bring, 1 thrill with a rapturous wondering; And I know by many a subtlo sign That the very best of life Is mine. And yet, as I spell each messngo o'er, I long and long for a dcctier loro; I long to sco and I long to hear 'With n clearer vision, a tr...

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. — 6 January 1882

TIIK COUKTY PAPER, uv 1). P. DOtlYN'S. .fc CO. OliKUON, MO. Advertising Rntos, which ore vory reasonable, when tlio large rlr 'culstlcinoli'iicOotiNTV Is considered StIII be madCktink'n uti application to the I'ub-Litton. Money may bo split lit uur tlik by rnstufflco order, draft or registered letter., Corresponilenc and news nre nlwajs desired, but letters mint be brief mill tniiit havo the genuine name of th author, not (or ubltcatlon but ai 11 guaranty it Rod (tilth. Counnmilcstlons In the Interest at candidates will be olurgcd (or at the ratu ot three cents iptvnirit,e.kthla adTanr. Obituary poetiy will bo otmrgf J for at the rate of ten cento ft.t line mid ths Cash must accompany tha manuscript, ltejected manuscript will not be returned. Letter for publication should reach tn by Tuesday neon to Insure luscrllou In that week's paper. Alt letters should bo addressed to TIIK COUNTY 1'Al'K!!. OftMion, Mo. Entered nt the 1'ostofTlM at Oregou, Mo., us econdolas matter. Term of Subscr...

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. — 6 January 1882

The coinnilttco of tho American liar Association which has boon ondoavo' fnir to pcruado Cc tigress to relievo tho Supremo Court from a portion of 1 a bnslnoss, has ndjoiined to meet on II o 2d of Fobtinry. Thoy hopo to be able to eocuro tho establishment of an Inter mediate appellate court. As a standard remedy lor tho per manent euro of chronte fomnlo com paints, English Femalo Hitters has won tho grand prlzo over all competlt iun In tho United States. Marriott mid slnglo Indies aro delighted with i(s wonderful eflleaey In relieving thtm of their troublesome pains and aches, If you need ftrcngth If you wish an ap petite if you deslro iron In your blood if emaciated and you wish to posses tuor welght-lt Is tho very tncdlclno you want. A messenger from Caldwell, Kansat, M'iwirt!i that l ho cowbors who recently ritlded Caldwell mid killed Mayor Meagher, have boon arrested by Indian ftcouts In tho Indian Territory, and turned, over to ShcrllTThrnlls, of Kan sas. There In If othlnir I....

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. — 6 January 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. By DOBYm A oo KKGON, ! : ! MO TIIK TIllIK STOltV OP SANTA CLAUS. Among tho golden talcs of youth There's none so vague and yet fo tlcir As that of good old Santa Claus, Who brings tbo children ChtlstmaS cheer', jtc skims tho clear ami frosty air, He fills tho stocking long anil while, He blink's within the hearthstone's glow, Laughs, and Is oft Into the night, 1 am no child, yet still I love Above all saints old Santa Claus, For lie has simmered down to one The countless aces' mMiy laws; "Do dun!," I" a" testament, "Be gothl," Is all that he commands, Re fills the stockings with the seeds, And leaves the (rait to human hand. 0 ileir, 0 kind old Santa Clans, vVe know his moods and methods well, But where was !oni or n hero doth live, No man of many minds ran tell; Hut once a year we hear his sleigh, But once a year his chirrup clear, The good old ly, I've found him out, lie's bom near Christmas once a year. 1 peeped one day, not o'er a roof, N'or In a chimney's j aw...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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