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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 4 February 1881

GIFTS! . aTrTsi GIFTS) GIFTS! GIFTS! I new subscriber to Tiir County P.wuKjjcts 9ceJs htch nre worth it inuui in he pay lor n year' Riilncilptluu. IF III 2? JCSo. : O.tbhnKf. Premium Ktut Dutch, i ('limit, l.gnjt Oninge. (Celery, p winf While. Cuouujhcr, Imp l.uiig (liceti, i Cress, l'lue C'uilctk llndlve, (irern Curled. . keck. Uronil I-"!.!. . , l.'.'lliii o, Malta Drninlionil. Mimk Melon. Proline Xntincg, WnifV .Melon, Mountain Sweet. Mimiim'i, White. Ohnt, Pwnri. Onion, Weuthcrsflcld It. . J'liiMcy, Double Curled. Parsnip. Hollow Crown. I'l-ppor. I.oiir lit it, Ki.v'dUh, Scarlet JKIioit Top. ninto. Ilathawiy'. Kxcclsiur, Turnip. I'm pit! Si nip leaved. GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTw! EVERY 1 GIFTS! GIFTS! GIxTS! TO SUBSCRIBER" TO The Comity Paper! Books, Pictures. Jewelry, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Buggies, Etc , Etc, Frco Gift3 to all Subscribers and Something to Suit the Taste of Everybody, Read This List Carefully, raid, When You Fiud .What You Want, Make up Your Mind to Have It, Vor ...

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 February 1881

THE COUNTY PAPEH. iiy iAvr..roT fc mniTXH. OREGON, MO "UNTKK HEN USIIK." A true knight, young ana beautiful, Becks mc the livelong day, From early morn until the light At evening fades away. liut t till I must avoid bis pica, And flee him everywhere; For still, with warning finger raised, My mother sirs, beware 1 But, ohl It sorely wounds my heart Thus to deny his love, For, ah 1 his grace and charming fnco My soul's deep passions move. To-day In tones forlorn he (pol;c Of love and death to me, Fair was his face and sweeter far Thau e'er the bright skies be I And then I did not lice from him How could I llec him, when We wept together side by side How could 1 flee him then I Mj l'ti-llo'tollly 1 ftilf('( He drew them clctc to his, And they grew red and glowed like firo Beneath his burning kiss. And all the bower where we sat With moss he strews, and Mowers Upon my bosom and my lap With lavish hand ho showers. No trace Is now or cvcimore Of that sweet bower will be; And ohl great Hca...

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 February 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, By DAVES PORT A BOSTNI. OREGON, MO T1IK SKA'S LOVK. F. D. WRATnERLT. Onco In the ilajsof eld, In the years of youth and mirth, The fca was a lover bright and bold, And ho loTod the golden earth, Tho snn In his royal raiment clad, V Loved her and found her sweet, But tho sea was content and glad Only to lie at her feet. Aht that tho bards should sing, And wall for tho golden years; Love was and Is but'nn idle thing, 'III but a wind that veers. And earth In. her boauty and pride, Ileld her Hps to the wooing sun; Ho said, "Thou Art fair, oh, my brldo," And sho sang, "I am tliltio Mono."" Tho faithful sea at her faithless feet HolledVlth a broken moan; "Oh.sun I" he cried, "but thy bride Is 6weo t And I am alone, alocel" Ah I that (bollard should sing, And wall for thogoldcn years; Lovo was and Is but an Idle thing, ' Tls but a wind that veers. Oft would tho sun depart, ' ' And his bride In her gloom made moan, And tho sea would cry that her loving heart Should bo left...

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 February 1881

CHEAP BOOKS. ttoiMi homh. 11V JAMRSO. I'l.VIIK, Klmsy. 1 Oiuv nunc hi' conn' tt !"' fi'-'Ml-' ;..liniJt t.Jfk. nob-nly nmnt.'tl, nobody (ill, hut everybody h:i;ty :iml having ' si good tlnii1 fri'iii'iitlly. Wo !!ini Sunday .-elmol every Sun J iliiy u' three o'clock. t'.M What school .i..'ni,.i ...ii d ..it (lit,? ()iir-elioiil limine fWsll. Clark. tk wdLknown romm,cr , ,,m, iv;,ninti-l. Ideated, an t the price nt koo-I '"''! ''r, i,iiNiiai.iii'niiiiiii'"''- , , ., ,.,. inoin-r, mmui ;.,,k ,.,.,... mtoiwI.Hi'. n Who wilt Join the Club to Get Tbem Still Chcapor? Several month pkii the editor of TlIK Cot'VTV I'.M'KU nccepted the. nifriicy nf the Aii.nrlnn HiHik r.rh:lll''..tlli' fai.ltHU Imtllltura innotllu' Literary lleiolutlnii, which reduced furce unit f.inci.-N. V. Hunt. Jomm?. Kl" te wt"!' II'" !r!' fil I.et till" l-nii. ..f .inr "..i- Ileum I'ln.lS III'' "..lie it'1 till. Willi." I rtfliM 'V Mtl 'i "Mil. Ami i.'n !' : r "' W'U'fi llii' ltlt'-:- ! ii'i l.'-te. And Hi ii'iiif nt f...

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 February 1881

VOLUME XVI. OKEGOST, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1881. NUMBER 36. Mr. Hfutluyl). .Johnson, of Salt Lake City, Utah, Is spending a few days in this city, visiting his daughters, Minos. Irvine tuul McMurry. Messrs. Jacob Michel and Alois Niug, of this count', will louvo on next Moi.il:iy, for Portland, Oregon, where H k their intention to engage in tho 'cattle buslues. -Just why a man should bo nslmmcd tuown that ho is injured by u fall wo don't .sou, hut nlnety-tilno men out of u hundred, on getting up from a slippery spot, will lie liko Satan, and say "not hurt at all," when In truth they aro bruised and skilled in over twenty placet). The announcement, In our adver tising columns, that the Hcd Front Store, Forofrt City, is closing out at cost, to quit business, will undoubtedly tiausoa rush ol customers to that estab lishment. There arn no pcoplu any where vbo liavo keener eyes for bar gains tlinu tho cit zens of Holt county ; aud the fact tbat all the goods at the Kcd Front aro...

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 February 1881

TI1K LOVERS. Slly Slater, sho was a young teacher who taught, , And her friend, Chatley Church was a preacher who praughlt Though his entailer called him a scrccchcr who scrught. Ills heart, when he saw her, kept sinking and sunk, And his eyes, meeting hers, began winking and wunk, While she, In her turn, fell to '.thinking and thunk. 11 hastened to woo her and sweetly he wood, For his love grew, until to a mountain It grewed, And what he was longing to do, then he doed. In secret he wanted to speak, and ho spoke, To seek with his lips what his heart long had soke; 80 he managed to let the truth leak, and It loke. He hail asked her to ride to the church, and they rode; They so sweetly did glide, that they both thought they glode, And they came to the place to be ttlcd, and were troda. Then homeward, he said, let us drive, and they drove j And as soou as they wished to arrive, they nr rove j For whatever sho could not contrive, sho con trove. The kiss he was dying to steal, then ho s...

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 February 1881

BNOWKU UNttKR, nr blla. trniBLcrt. Tromtbc CMeaco Tribune. 01 a thouoond things that the Tear mowed under The buiy Old Tear thatha gono away How many will rlio In the Spring, I wonder, Brought to life by the sun of Mayt Will the roictrco orancbet, bo wholly hidden That never a rnso-trce seems to be, At the sweet Spring's call come forth unbid den, And bud In beauty, and bloom for met 'Will the fair, green Earth, whoso throbbing bosom Is htd like a maid's In her gown at night, Wake out of her sleep, and with blado and bloseom Gem her garment to please my sight 1 Oyer the knoll In the valley yonder The lovelleet buttercups bloomed and grew; When tbo snow has gono that drlltcd them under, Will they shoot sunward, and bloom anew I When wild winds blow, and n sleet-storm pelted, I lost a Jewel of precious worth; If I walk that way when the snows have melted, Will the gem gleam upfromthebare,brora Earth t I laid a lovo that was dead or dying, Forthe year to bury tnd hide from sight; But o...

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 February 1881

re?' COUNTY PAPER, uv DAVKNl'OUT it llOIIYN'S. OIIKtlON, MO. Kutered atlhe rostofflcs tit Oregon, Mil, as second-class txatler. Terms of Sub orlptlon! TWO DOiXAItS A YKAlt IX AHVAXCK. Advertising Unto, which arc ery reasonable, when the Inrgo rlr culatlon olTllliC'otl.VTV 1'Al'Klt Iscolisldrred, will be. muto known on niltcallon to tlir 1Mb' Money may bn sent at war tlk by losUfflce orde r. ilr.ttt or reentered letter. Correspondence inil news ars always dc'lred, but letters mutt b brief nn.t taust hare tlio genuine mine of the author, Hut fur putlloiitlon but as a cuaratitr f cod tuv.n. Comruntcallmis In the Interest J frnnrth'.atos vrtll h ckkrued for it th! rut of threi cants erwnnl. cash In adtauco. Oliltti.iry tioMry be chWKed Icr r.t the rat ol ten rent l'er llne'niid tin t'asli must accompany th manuscript. Itciccted manuscript will not bo returned. Utters for puhllctl.n alitiuld tiiieli us oy Tuesday iion o lnuro Insertion In t'n't reel: taper. All letter? thould be addresse...

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 February 1881

GIFTS! . GIFTS!' . GIFTS! GIFTS! GIF TSI GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER TO The County Paper! Booksj Pictures. Jewelry, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Buggies, Etc., Eto. Free. Gifts to all Subscribers and Something to Suit the Taste of Everybody, Head This List Carefully, and, When You Find What You Want, Make up Your Mind to Have It. For lererftl months past we bare been negotiating with various parties with a low of pmchaMng from thorn choice and acceptable articles, suitable for gifts to our subscribers at the time of the enlargement And change of name of this paper; and wo now have the pleasure of announcing that wo have perlvcted cr. rangements whereby wears enabled to ofl'or Tlio Most Attractive Inducements to Subscribers Ever Given By Any Paper In the United States? Tub Countt PxriK ts now the Largat, Ika Handsomtst and the Stsl paper published in the State outside ot the large cltle; it Is til that a county paper should be; we can sa...

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 February 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. lly 1IAVF.NPOHT At llOIIYNSI. OREGON, MO A SUNSKT l'ANCY. To-nljtht, nilMl by my window, When the west whs nil npleam With thnt strnnironnd wonderful splendor Thnt l fleeting ns il il renin, I thought thnt the bnnd of nnjrtls Hnl Hun? hciucn's itntcwny wide: Ami I emiftht 11 gllmpso of the rlory From the bills on tbc other title. In It not n !enutlftil fnnry, Thin sunset llionirht of mine, That tho Kiitos of beaten nro nlwnjs Flunir open nt day's decline. That those whoso day l ended Of rnrthly worn nnd lll, lny p to tho innnilnir sunshlno a hut dwell on tho hcut enly hills? I'erhnps, whllo I snt tlicro drcumliiK Or thn trntewny In the west, Homo poor soul ent throiiKh Its portal, To n lonir nnd dullest rest: Passed thrnitKh thosimet (tntewny, To tho "city pined with gold;" rnsscd tothe now IIIo'b Kindness, To bo no lonuur old. When for mo tho sunot (rntewny Shall nt duj's deellno undone. And 1 puss In through It portals To a lontr nud sweet rvpop, 1 know that I sh...

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 February 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, Br DAVE SPORT t BOBTXI. OREGON, MO WOOD ANEMONES. All Tha Tetr Round. A mitt of violets whtto and blue, A fringe of fern leaven, washed vrlth dew, And dried by April's breeze : A belt, of blue-bells all a-row, And on the tender grass a snow Of wood anemones. The wind-swayed branches rlso and fall Too little wood Is musical With dulcet tones and clear, The hum of bee, the song of bird, And In the carol's pauto Is heard The streamlet running near. Beneath tho spreading woodland trees, Among tho white anemones, Two children aro at play: Tho blossoms openlug ono by ouo Their star-like laces to the sun Are not moro puro than they. They laugh away the merry hoars, era, They crown themselves with woodland flow- They mimic bird and bco; Till one, tho graver of tho twain, Holds up, to tell of ccmlng rain, A closed anemone. Ah, sister mine I through all tho years, Through mists of shed and unshed tears Mlno eyes can yet behold A plcturo of that sunlit wood, The snow-whlto ca...

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 February 1881

3Z A bill passed th Missouri State .Sen fto last week rctluclnjr the legal rate of interest in this State from tun to eight jicr cent. It Is believed that It will aUo pass the Houso. Wo aro glad to fee thai Srnntor Dimgnn voloil ngalnt the bill. Greater nnnsciii'u was never con celved than that legislation ean regu late 'the price ol money. J'ist as well miglit we attempt to similarly regulate the price of wheat. Hut the short siiihied advocates of such measure do an absolute Injury to the very persons they attempt to benefit. For If the de mand for money Is such that it can bo loaHed at top per cent., while the law forbids exceeding eight per cent., the borrower has to pay a bonus of two per cent and pay it in advance Thl he would not have to do If the law permlt'cd thu loaner to charge any pur eeut agreed on.Tbere arc ten thousand ways to evade such laws, and meu who have mnuey to loan will always find some loop-hole by which they can get their price for money. All usury laws are ...

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 February 1881

18, YOLUME XVI. OREGON, MISSOURI, "FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1881. NUMBER 37 Those of our rtiiliseribei-H to whom gift me dui', and who selected hooks, I'Hti now get ttii- hooks hy calling fit the oiitiors ntom. Wo hsivp rcooivx'l the hooks which wc offer as gift- to ,snb-erib"rs. Those to whom they are ilui' will please cal mid get Ihi'iti. Itev. Mr, Show-alter will preach next Snhhnth at 'I Humph school Ikiu-c al II o'clock a. m. ami at Now l'nlm at :) o'clock i'. m. Send us nil the items In j our neigh borhood such as fairs of farms, lin pinn nionts, accidents, deaths, mar riages, social gatherings, etc. Thu difference between a mile square mill a square mile seems to be ugltntlng the. whole country. WMI sonic render tell us wlur it Is? Tho county rnlleclor cam return no ' Hev. Mr. Showiiltor desires lint persons delinquent, if (hey have any j uieinncrs of thu M. K. Church lo be property out of which the tax1 can ho! prompt In reporting tlndr bcnevolenl made. No property whatever 1- ex ' ...

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 February 1881

aviikiu; tiu:kks a will Tiirnr.s a WAV. Though trouble perplex you, Dlilieitten atiil vi x jou, Bo taidlr jr jour prccrvJ In totnbro arrays To thrir.k with terror It ittvly in error, For ubire tlirto's rt will there's a way. Tin- tk may ha tcaln, The ituty unplcnlnc, Bat he wlm CJtifronUlt will soon win the day; Half the buttle Is over Winn otto we dlicovcr That whetc there' a will tl cto'a a way. Misfortune uncounted Arc often unmounted, If only we quit tjot tho field In dismay; Then one more endeavor, Ucmeinberliie ever That where there's a will there's a way. TUKSIX'RKTCI.OSKT. A l)otcellv'ihti)ry. For murder, tl.ojgh It hnvo no tongue, will ,speak with tho most mirac ulous organ." In tho year 18-, John Smith (I two fictitious names) wm indicted for tho vdlful murder of Henry Thompson. Tho caso was ono of n most extraordin ary nature, and tho Interest excited by It was almost unparalleled. Tho ac cused was a peutlcnian ot considerable) properly, residing upon his own estate. A pe...

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 February 1881

WASHINGTON. gnmmary or Conirrcnulonal Pro ccetllngH. 8HKATX. WAsniSOTOS, Tliurrdny, Feb. 0. Logan' joint resolution to extend the franking privil ege to communications received by Congress men from tho executive department on buit oess ot constituents, was reported back with out rccommcndatlont tbo committee being equally divided. Edmunds moved totablo tho Morgan electoral count resolntloD-lost 82 to 23. Morgan moved an amendment to read that "In the opinion of the Hcnate neither the Monte of Representatives nor tho President of tho Senate Is Invested by the Constitution with the right to makn the count" voted down i yeas, 18: nays, US. Remarks were made, by Davis of Illinois, who did not rote, and br Ingalls. A vote was taken upon agreeing to the resolution yeas, 80; nayes, 1. Tho Re publicans refrained from voting, except Conk ling, who voted for the resolution. After come discussion the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. Tho Indian appropriation bill was reported with tho Sonata amendments...

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 February 1881

53 Bra a THE COtmTY PAPER, sr nlvrNTonx a uouyn's. , OttKCON. MO. Entered at the PostoiTles at Oregon, Mo., ns second-class mfttter. Terrae of Subscription) TWO DOLUltS A YEAR IX ADVA5CK. Advartlelae Rntet, sjrtileh ire te.ry reasonable, when the lirce rlr eulatloa fit Tits Cot'RTT Papkr Is considered, wilt he made known on application to the Fab- Ushers. Money may be sent at mir risV. by rostt-fflee order, draft or rerlstfrrd letter, Correspondence and ne wi are always desire , bat letters mint he brief and tmil hae the Kennln nataa of t anther ant tor publication but a a guaranty of sand faith. Coruraunleallons In the Interest ef 'candidal." will be cttt rued for at the rata of three cent yerwonl.eanhln advance, Obituary poMrv will be ehsrftrd for at tie- 1 rateof ten centi tier line and tin Cash must aeeorapany the manuscript. I nejectedraanaicrlpt will not be returned. Letters for publication should reach us b , Ta.sdayieoalolniurelnicrtl.il In thatweckV ttttt. ' All Utter aaeul...

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. — 18 February 1881

GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER -TO - The County Paper! Beoks, Pictures. Jewelry, Flower and Vegetablo Seeds, Buggies, Etc., Etc, Free Gifts to all Subscribers and Something to Suit the Taste of Everybody, Send This List Carefully, and, When You Find What You Want, Make up Your Mind to Have It, For ncwnl tuontliB past wc have been negotiating with various pwrtius with a rlow of purchasing trout them choice anil acceptable articles, suitable for Rift to our subscribers at the time of Ihe 'nlnigemont and change of namo of this paper; and we now havo the pleasure of announcing that we have perfected sr. TaHgrnient whereby we ate enabled to ofTcr Tlio Most Attractive Inducements to Subscribers Ever Given By Any or Izi tiio unit oil atatos! Pap, TnicCouNTr Patku 13 now the Largut, tho llandiomett find tli Sat paper published In the State ouuido ot the largo cities; It Is nil that a county paper fchould bo; we ...

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 February 1881

THE COUiNTY PAPEl iir iiAvr.U'oitT .t jidiiv.VH. OREGON, MO ONI! DAISY ANI TWO VIUI.r.TS. (Sent from tho Rrnvo of Keats, Home, IBM).) Ono dnley nnd two violet Mix nml ttiliurlo their fnliit sweets, For they (trow like soft rvit rets On the Kniveor KimlMi Krata, In thnt Homo In which thc'pmt Folds duky wings nml slcciw nt last. Two violets nml imp iluly hero Meet mo with their tender look. And my lost joulliurows nil elenr, Like ii pool In summer brook When the ntihltiomnirold Turns nil tlio pebble Intu.irold. III thnt Union spirit brlirht Cnmo iii.d took tun by tlm hand, In his eyes una nil the Unlit Of thnt wondron pwrim land Where the (rods still dwell, lint wo Are cold at heart und ennnot see, Ono Unlit finger toiieh'd my heart, And ns fnlry rlimd urlo When tho wind's inot etinnliw nrt Itenrs them np iurtilnt the iklo, So within me drenms nu up l.iko atiKels lioldlnir ench n enp. Tlioro were forms of Imlf-ven thlinrs, yiindowsthnt the dim woods kwp; HhniH's ot tender fiishloiilii...

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 February 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, lr UAVNlORT A JlonTN. OREGON, MO SOMEHOW Oil OTIIK". OEOnOE llKIJEIl. Iitfo b&s a burden for every man's shoulder, One may escape from Its troubles and cars; Miss It In youth and 'twill come when we're older, And (It us as cloto as the garment! wear 8orrow comes Into our lives uninvited, Bobbing our hearts of their treasures o song; Lovers grow cold and friends are slighted, Yet somehow or other we worry along. Everyday toll Is everyday Mossing. Though poverty's cottage and crust we ma) share, Weak Is the hack on which burdens aro press log, Hut stout Is tho heart that Is strengthened by prayer. Somehow or other tho pathway grows brighter Just as wo mourn that there are none to bo friend; ilopo In the heart makes the burden seem lighter, And somehow or other wo get to tho end. FARM, UAKDEN AM) HOUSEHOLD. A lrlnciplo in FccrtlHjr. All food beyond such amount that is propotly digested and assimilated by tho animal Is a sourco of loss to tho owner, and that In two...

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 February 1881

) Notice. My continued 111 health lore.? nn; to . abandon work for awhllo, audi have , therefore made arrangements with Mr. Clark Imnn to take editorial ellitrge of 'I'm: County I'ai'kh for a month or two wlnlo I rest nml rociinoTAte. Mr I, recuperate. Mr I, Irvine's well known ability a a writer tblllty ix a writer audhlslnngexporlei.ee c",lor, will be Mtnielcnt asniruneo to every one that tin! paper will not suffer by the "temporary chatiuo. 1 will btlll Ins found, during IhhIih'vs hoiii's, nt tho editorial room of Tiik Countv l'.irHH, where 1 will be ijlud to welcome all caller, especially those who wish lo piy their subscriptions. Mr. Irvlni! will uls) have his deck there. 1 hope that a few Weeks of inhibition from the constant strain of editorial drudgery will onabli! tnu to resuma the work now temporarily resign; and In tile moantlnu I leave my big family of subscribers to tho fatln'rly editorial care ol Mr. Irvine, with the exception nf such brief items a the foreo of habit w...

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