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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 6 January 1882

1 Till: MllINIOlIT THA1N. All the Year Hound. Across tlio dull nnil brtoJInRnlgJit A giant IIU'S, with ilt-moii light Anil hrcath tif wreathing miokc ; Around him whirls the reding plnln, And with n dnli ot grim disdain He cleaves the sundered rock. In lonely swamps the low wind sllrs The belt of black funereal firs, That murmur to tho sky. Till, startled by hts mid career, They sown to keep n hush of fear As If a god swept by. Through muiy n dark, wild heart of heath, O'er booming bridges, whero bent nth A mighty river brawls; Dy ruin, remnants of the past, Their Ivies trcmbllni; In the blast; Hy singing waterfalls. The slumb'rcr on his silent bed Turns to the light his lonely head, Dlvi-Mcdof It dream. Longdreams of gloom are hurried o cr, Through tunnel eheathi, with Iron roar, And shrill, night-rending scream. l'aet huddling Imt.i, past Hying farms, High furnace. lUiinr, whooe crimson arms An-grappling with the night, If el tears along receding lands, To whero tho klnaly city st...

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. — 6 January 1882

ALL QVER THE COUNTY. Burr Oak. Mrs. Stafford, ot Nebraska, is vis iting friends In Holt. J. C. Hopper Is paying n fl. Ing ylsit to friends in Andrew county. Mr. II. Mtnton is fencing qulto nu cxtcntbro pasture south of lil.t residence. Jnsluh Bprolc?, of Xobr.vka, ih vis Iting friends And relations in this vicin ity. Mrs. Randolph has returned from quite an extensive Ylsit In Kansas and Nebraska. Santa Claus nald in a nlcaant vis it, but hu reported thieves, and Uontou received most of his goods. Our vmbllo schools, societies and singing schools have postponed till 1882 In fact, everything lias played quits out panics. A social authoring was hold at H. L. Alklro's, of this vicinity, in which Forest aud Oregon wero represented. nicy nad a craud time. S. G. Alklre, of the Klrksvlllo Nor mal, is homo during holidays, He brings good reports Horn that county, and expects to return soon. I'KTK KVKIKlltRK.V. Lake Shore. Corn gathering ended. Mr. Itomino has recently purchased real estate o...

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. — 13 January 1882

Wm Kaucher db. 1PV frif I M (MUM SOKK M H013 COUNTY. Md. i. . 7 rv VOLUME XVII. TIME TABLE. If imim ClUr, it. jMepti Cannell 111 urn RMtlroitd. ttavu Torul CUy. A'orfh. South. Mall snd Ktprtsi S KB r. m l :30 r,t do 2 :Xi a. x 12 llS.A.M Valises Branch 4:r. M lOr.UA.M TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Those parties who are In arrears on subscription to The County Paper are re spectfully requeited to call and settle ihelr Indebtedness, as we need and must have the money due us. Subscribers can ascertain Just how they stand and see what period they are paid to by exam Initio the printed date, following their uame or the margin of their paper. "Zook's Opera House." Our Grand Jury found 17 tmo bills. Captain W. S. Capon ha removed to Forest City. Sam. W. Davidson will build a res idtneo early in tho syrins Peter Price will occupy tho rcsldunco formerly occupied by Kev. Gen. Miller What is it tluit no man wishes to have and no man wishes to losoP A bald head. The Hock Port Journal says sonic good will...

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. — 13 January 1882

THE COUNTY PAVER. IlltllYVS CO, l'lilillalii-rn. OB.F.GON, ! MO T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OUF.GOX, MISSOUHI. Will practice In all Court of Missouri, Kan sas, Iowa anil Nebraska. Ileal Estate business, and Collections romptly ntlcnued to. I. D. BEELER, HKALEII IX CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, FOKEST CITY, MO. Bonrbon and ltyc Whiskies, and all Fancy anil Hot Drinks a specialty. Patronage respectfully solicited. J. T. THATCHER, M. D. Hiiptliis! ill sown, OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north ol J. A. Reeves' Store; formerly residence of Levi Orcn. A. n. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, MOUND CITY, MO. Will practice lu all the Courts of northwest Mlesouil. 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-residents; Loans negotiated on real estate, and Investment made on favors bleterm. Interest allowed on ...

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. — 13 January 1882

witKiin sihnks Tin: start Alice I'.. Wes, la Detroit Free prcM. 4l0h, w tciIIiI the beautiful star go, The lutlful star In tho East! P3fI3 Did It m t forever that Chrlttnus mom Whtn I's wotf'crfut mission ecascdt "Or wns It a plmctllko tho rest With earth, nnd water nnd sky, "Wlilch tho ttcar Christ In his downward night Smiled on, in ho passed It by. 'Quick when It caught the wonderful gleam, Bo bright that It pierced nil space, Jt could not choose but light tho wholo world And point to tho glorified face." My llttlo girl's eyes wcro full of thought As she asked mo this question grave; And I, lllto ono In the presenco of kings. Was an awed and silenced slate. She weighed my wisdom nnd found It void', Ah, yes I It wm very plain, From that day forth I must alnllcate And be oraclo no'cr ngnln. 80 1 said, ".My darling, I cannot tell, Perhaps It Is as you say, The beautiful star caught Its wondrous light As the Christ sped on his way. 'But If itls so or not, I think, It lias never sunk ...

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. — 13 January 1882

TIIK :COXINTY PAPER nv 1. 1 DOIIYXS. it CO. OHKUUN, MO. AdrertUlnc Unto, which nte very rcnsonulili', when tlio large cir culation of TiikCountv lWl'itit ltroinldcr.il will lie made known on implication to tin- Pub lishers. Money may he cnt at our risk by rostnieo order, il rait or teptered Ifttcr. .'orreponJencu and news art1 always desired, but letters mint be brief and mint have the genuine name of the author, not fur publication but as a guaranty f 3!"'1 f nltti. Communication In Hie Interest of candidate will be charged for at tho rata of three cents per word, cash In advance. Obituary poetry will be charged for at the rate, of ten cents per llae and tliw Cuh must accompany th manuscrlr, Itejeeted Manuscript will not be returned, Letters for putillcitlon should reach us by Tuesday 11011 to Insure luserttou In that week's paper. All letters should be address J to THIS COUNTY l'AI'KU, Ottcnnx, Mo, Kntered attlis roitoQlcv lit Oregon, Mo., as ccoiid-el.ns matter. Tormt of Sabsorlp...

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. — 13 January 1882

John llriRht regrets Hint rlioap novels find their way Into ootttipes ami workshops of RTCiit nmiiuinutuihig towns. W hnr Cured, LysK, JIass., Dee, 18, 1880. I "!vo that yiiliifiblo uiallclnti Hrown'S Iron Hlttor's, to my sister for weakness. After Inking two bottles, alio ws able to wnlk mid run ns well us evcr.It Ift eerliilnly a wondurtnl tonic. Win. Jones. Mmo. Alfrav, tho Inst nntl principal witness tn the I'tuuou robbery of tho .courier of Lyon, has just died nt Melun, at the ntro of 06. An avticlu so lavninbly known as Hall's llnlr Uenewoi-1 needs no words of praise from us. It has won Its way to tho hlnliot favor In tho puWlo mind, mid multitudes who have vainly lined other preparations have, on trying this, been made glad by thu sljeedy tWornt. lou of abundant locks as in the dn)8 of youth. Prestige was defined by Lord ltoso Wry, nt Hull, the other day, as "the moH expensive word In the Ireueli or nny other language.'' Are vou troubled with Siek Head ache? If so, use Lels' ...

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. — 13 January 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. Bf DOBYKS A CO. KKOON. ! MO Tin: hound or i. h i:. 'Cli.tinlv r' Jiinrml Two chlldren'down by the shining strand, Willi ()h as Mite ns the summer sea, While tin- sinking sun till nil the land Willi tin' glow of u golden mystery, Laughing aloud at the scamew'scry, Halng Itli Joy on Its snowy breast, Till tlic llrt star looks from the evening sky, Atnl the .unhvr tinea stretch over the west. A soft green itclt by the breezy shore, A sailor ;inj n maiden fulr ; lt.uul rtaped In hand, while the talei f yore Is borne again nn the listening air. For love l young.though love be old, Andlo'i' alone the heart can till; And the dear old t.ilo that has liecti told In the d is cone by la sikin still. A trlm-imilt home on a sheltered bav, A wife l.KUlms out on the glistening sea ! A jirayer for the loved one far away, And prattling Im;' lienth the old roof-trcc: A lifted latch and a radhfnt face Hy the .ioii door In the falling night : A w'elcomo borne and n warm emhr.ue From t...

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. — 13 January 1882

ilnw Printlne Camp. Among tlio manj curious tilings In tho British Museum Is a tablet of stono r1v fnttr'tlintisnntl Ycnraolil. and which contains, as claimed by Mr. Gcorgo Smith, a record of tho Hood. Tho ancients frequently out Inscriptions and records of important events into stones which formed their monuments fcand tomplo?, tho brick makers of Assy ria, Porsln and Egypt had their own marks Indented tn tho clay with tho cornorof a burnt brick. A styhu?, sharp at ono end and blunt at tho othor, mado and erased letters In tablotsof soft wax. Tho Romans mado a kind of book by binding together a few wax-covered slips of wood. Wo aro much Indebted forourknowl odgo of tho past to Ink. Black Ink was solid llko Indian ink, nnd was mado of lampblack and gluo. Tho letters on tho papj rus or parchment stoodout in rollof. Occasionally, red and grcon inks were omployod. Emporors somotimos signed j Iirpurplo ink. This was obtained from tho beautiful murcx, tho scctetlon at first being vcllow,...

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. — 13 January 1882

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Foratt City. Mr. Caiioii nml family havu moved Wvk to their old homo. Miss Maud Willlnins has returned irom hor visit In Nebnuku. Geo, l'olndoxtor 1ms sold his him !bcr yard to Mr. Hoblitzell. Mrs. I.tllio Androwfl Is visiting Mr. II. K. S. Hobinson mid titoee. -Messw. Chris, l'rcby and Will B rutin spent Sunday evening in Forest. Misses Currlo Llmpn and llettlo Burgos spent several days in St. Jou lost week. Quito h morry party met on the lake tu Hkalo ono evening lost week There woro lota of tumbles, but the best humor prevailed. ilAIIKIi. OREGON. Dcrlptlon of the Clty-Builnoii Hon, Etc Forbes Mr. Iivl Duvorss, Is visiting rcla tlvcH in Ohio. . Mr. Joseph Pierce has gouo to (severance, Kansas. Our cltl.uns have been well repre ecnted nt Clreuit Court this week. Charles Coursln in In Indiana, vis' itlng tho scenes of early childhood. Neither pinkeye, blackeyc, or small pox has made Its appearance as yet. Wu nro without n shoemaker now Mr. Alblcz having moved to...

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. — 20 January 1882

Win Kaucbcr ilii I AM. I (rARM 5CCNC IH HOLT COUNTY. MO, VOLUME XVII. TIME TABLE. KniiBim CltT. Kt. Jonepti ' Council lilittn. lUillrond. J(ire Forcl Cfty. .Yni-fft. Sonft ami Hxiirpti 2 :os p. m 1 :so r.M (ll li ilS.A.M Valloa llrnncli 4 tin v. i lu i-.d.a.m TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Those partita who are In arrears on subscription to Tlie County Paper are re- opectfully requested to call and settle their Indebtedness, as wo need and must have tho money due us. Subscribers can ascertain just how they stand and see what period they are paid to by exam ining the printed dale, following their tinmo on the margin of their paper. r uUME B?w8 How's your arm. Look out for blizzards. Fred Socman desires to setl Ills city property. Vulentlnu's iluy conies on Tuesday, tho 11th prox. How sail. Tho court houso im provements is what "busted" II. M. lkesloy. Lent begins on Washington's birth day February 22d. Kaster falls on April Oth. .Tames Thompson, of King Grove, lias sold his farm to a gentlemen ...

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. — 20 January 1882

FA1IM, GAHDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. A llnrti Hcnp. Watctimnn. There to ri accumulation o( mntorlal around every farm houso and tho out buildings that Is boat known by tho namo of "rnbblsh." It Is not fllfor tin compost hoftji, and ts unsightly If loft cltbor In nu itngathorod stato, or put In a pllo; in fnot, its only valuablo shapo Is In nshc.. and Ita propor placo is In tbo "burn lump." Of such is tho poa brush that luti nerved itM period of use fulness, tho piunlngs from tho trees of tho yard Ibo blight-struck branches, etc.. Tlio 'burn honn" should bo in un out-of-the-way placo, but still not dlstaul. and away from ull buildings. where it can be lircd with r-nfoty as the materiel tivetmulntos. if nny weeds have been neglected until rlpoucd sooth have formed, they had best go to tho 'burn heap" tntlior than tho compost heap 0no of each of which should bo kept on every farm. tt.ircToutcit llorrr. Our Dumb Animal. Tho 'pic-tion of driving horses bare foot !s bulng iioriously agitated in K...

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. — 20 January 1882

WASHINGTON. itimninvj of O nnirjocccdlrgs. trAii:. HOUSE. Orth offered n resolution Instructing tlic Civil Service Committee, to inqulro Into tlio cspcill ency ot providing differently Irom at. present for tho tppolntnicni of 'llouic committee, nltli leave to report at nny time. Tlio Spcalrr Mid u wouiu Dorcicneu to inocoinmiiu'c on 1,1110. ... . t-.m- .inn. ft iTnrpv oiTVrcil I w Anij.uroa , . ... - g ; " ,a7- ot tllC Ortti ob eeted and moved to rercr It to Civil Her- raolutlo.i I ; th,j"orV?vof ti e vlcoComnilltce. Themotlon wslostliy87toB3. 'ptcr!or?ofundbnrc Tha motion BSdtfcMed;.vf(is8.li1naBi:-.0iu1d Tcxns Bound ry ,c"m,;'7i10 ,fi Inns, tlio resolotlon wm rcfetrcu to the Coimnllco on dnee-l n bill " Y S "inlttce Kules. llrtskcll tlien rn to n question of prlv llnlcs fenlu'?VffX 'Muu m i V " llego end rent to tlio clcrU'o del): nmt l.a.l road, on tl.a wo'f"? tlit tlioresolutloniililelili'fDlledtol.iiveeons!dcr. I'r 8 i'.cr,t, nnd of tot UporicleVtloi el yesterday, .Icchrluc It....

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. — 20 January 1882

, THE COUNTY PAPER, UY D. 1. DOIIVN8. & CO. OUEOON. MO. AdvertUlnc Rntei, which arc very reasonable, when tho ldrjjc cir culation ot Tun Coukty l'Al'KH li considered will bo made known on application to tho fun- iisuors. Money may be sent nt out risk by rostlTlco order, draft or reentered letter. Correspondent and news are always desired, but letters must bo brief and must tiaro the Pennine, name of the author, tint for publication but as a guaranty t geod faith. Communications In the Interest of candidates will be charged for at the rat of three cents per word, cash In adrance. Obituary poetry will be oharsed for tit the rato of ten rents per lino and tln Cash must accompany th manuscript. Itejectcd manuscript will not be returned. Letters for publication should reach us by Tuesday neon to Insuw Insertion in that week's paper. All letter should be addressed to TUB COUNTY PAVER, Ottur.n.v. Mo. Kntcred ntthe Vostofflct nt Oregon, Mo., 8ecnudclasi matter. Trmt of Snbtorlptiont TWO...

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. — 20 January 1882

Senator rcndlction has actively en gaged in a contest for tho Presidency. Ills spoeeh upon clvll-servlco reform in tho United States Senate a few weoks ago has been printed in pamphlet from, and hundreds of thousands of copies liavo bcod t ont out at his expense, or rather at tho oxpeneo of tho tax-pavers, for they were published at tho govor- mcnt printing ofllco and wero sent iroo through the malls under his irank. No ono who Is familiar with Mr. Pndleton8 rscord over suspected him of being a reformer, and tho tact that ho is seeking a nomination from tho Democratic party leaves tho reasons for tin dollycry of this spoeeh some what obscure, for if nominated nnd elected President, Mr. Pendleton would noTcr hostility of nJoptlngtho theories he presents, and the Democratic party would not listen to tho suggestion of Pendleton as a candidate if it supposed he would. Theroforo, it may bo con cluded that has speech was Intondrd as bait to catch tho reformers, and that ho will uso other ...

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. — 20 January 1882

mMmumunimuimjui.m i Jnw THE COUNTY .PAPER. IIOIIVNS & CO, I'lihtUlH-r. OUEGON, ! MO T. C. DUNG AN, onnaos, missouiu. Will practice In nil Court of MIrourl, Km- aas, lowa nr.d .ri'rnKn. nii.Hiuuciuvi jut Collections promptly ntte-nile-d to. I. D. BEELER, DKU.l:ll IX CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, 1-OKKST CITY, MO. Honrbon and P.yo Whiskies, nnd Ml Fancy nnd Hot Drink a specialty. Patiouage respectfully solicited. J.T.THATCIIEli.M.D. list OUEGON, MISSOUIU. OFFICE At resilience, two doors north ol J. A. Kcevcs' Store; formerly residence of Levi Orcti. A. II. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, MOUND CITY, MO. Will practice In ail the Courts of northwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Bankers and Brokers, OUEGON, MO. I.on Money, Uuy Notes, Draw Drafts on all firiui-lpnl cities, nml Collections promptly made, 'av Tuxes for non-residents; Loans negotiated cm "real citato, and Investments made on favora ble term. Interest allowed on Time Depos...

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. — 20 January 1882

rxn THE COUNTY PAPER. lly ITOllYMB A CO. OtlBGON. l MO AN OLD SAILOR'S YARNS. Marvelous Escape of the Whaling Ship Bene factor Off Cape Horn. Mow fork World. Thoto's many ft week gono by," said tbo old pallor, as ho took his hoad out of his boor mug and blow n doiiso cloud of smokn aoro;s tho tablo, "slnco last wo two did mcotithoumatloskoopln' mo homo till tho old woman has got tired of tho sight of mo, nud cold wcathor com In' on, boln tho soaon for hot rum, not to bo drlnkcd, tho doctor says, nr,t on no account, and boor but sparingly, which I can tako anothor mug without much harm, In my opinion, boln' nioro unhoalthy than boor, loastwl3o for thorn as Isn't used to It. "1 mind ono llmo as I woro with a skipper H3 would havo dono bettor to havo stuck to wntor, not on account of rhcumatlz, but koopiiv' his jib bowsed up taut continual, wcro not ablo to navlgato with accuracy that arc at all times dcslrablo In wclUrogulatod ships." "Sho woro n hooker at hailed from Nantuckot, bcln'...

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. — 20 January 1882

CH1MIXAI CAKKI.KSSNlWs. Siupq tho Mtiughtcr :it Aditnlmln, when a ivat triity w.cnt .crashing through a bridge- t tlio river In-low, 1ms thero .boon no railway uccldent Hint j pit stnrtir.il tho country tn tin' onn nit tho New York Central ltonil Krldny night of hui week. The ClileniM ex press, on ho Now-York Central ami Huilsnrt River Koutl, iluo lit Now York at 7 i. tu., was run Into near the Sppy t.en Duyvll bridge ly a local train Irottt Tnrrrytown, which win following elo-ii liehlml. Two of the parlor ears In the rear of express train were loli'scoped hy i i i i ii i. ......... mo niiiiuk imu nom iiui iiiiuut indium ) ly. Thn nunihcr of persons kllleil Is liclleveil to be twelve. Among the vic tims Is Senator Wngncr, the imcutor of tho Wagnur palace ear, who, hy tlio rruul irony of fate, met his death in one of the vehicles bearinij his name, whieh ho had sought to equip with every up pliuncu for safety and comfort. The loss of life, to ho sin e, was not so j iiiahutn. great as...

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. — 27 January 1882

VOLtJME XVII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1882. VUMBEll 33. TIME TABLE. Citx. m. jMwph Coameil MaFa Kallr4. Uavet fnrtlt CUu. Norlh. South' Mali and Jixprwa 2 :09 1. n I :.K r.M tlo 2 :33 A. M 11 llJ.A.M Vallsca Branch 4:25 r.M 10:i.a.m TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Tfrose parties who are In arrears on aubscrlpf Ion to The Cointfy. Paper are re- speotfully requeetad to call and settle their Indebtedness, as we need and must have the money dne us. Subscribers can ascertain just how they stand and see what period they' are paid to by exam lalng the printed date, following their mimtmm mm ikm Manila mt 4hatr nahap. Soap a nail to dtica it itilo hard wood. When "nun wants but little here below," he generally gets it. Another Republican is added to tho household of G. M. Alton, of King Cirove. O. A. Stainbsugh, of King Grove, it last truly happy. It's a bouncing baby boy. It'Hii shame to tolctate Polygamy when there are so many well-to-do bachelors In the country. Dr. Talmago says: "men ...

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. — 27 January 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. IIOItVNM At CO, Piibllnlitrs. : MO T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOURI, will nrortlro In nil Court of Missouri. Kan as, Iowa ml Nebraska. Heal Estate business, and Collections promptly attended to. I. D. BEELER, DKAI.Kn IV CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, FOREST CITY, MO. IJonrbon and Hyc Whiskies, ana all Fancy and iil tVri.Dk BPdaUy- l'tfonage respectfully J. T. THATCHER, M. D. OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north ot J. A, Kccvea' Store; formerly residence of Levi Oren. A. H. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT- LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting flgeni, mound cur, MO. Will practlco In all the Courts of northwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER. Bankers and Brokers, OREGON, MO. Loan Money, liuy Notes, Draw Drafts on all trlnelnal cities, nnd f.nllpit.nnnrnm..tli. tnnHi Fay Taxes for non-residents; Loans negotiated on real estate, and Investments made on favora- meterm. interest allowed on Time Deposits. CHAS. W. THOMAS, Lawyer&Nofar...

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