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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 27 January 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. By Donras co. OREGON. f ! MO WEEKLY REVIEW. UeMern.1 Hews Snmntary. Tho mother of tho Into Gen. Custer died at Monroe, Mo., Jan. 14th. CrnnoBros.' pipo faotory, Cblcngo, was destroyed by (Ire Jan. 13th. Loss, 150,000 V. H. Smith's etoro and warohouso, Eau Cl&lrc, Wis., burned Jan. 13th. Lose, 8, 000. Ono of tlio principal business blocks In Albany, N. Y, burned Jan 14. Loss tMS-V 000. A flro nt Arlington, six miles westof Mcndotft. Jan, 12th, caused a loss amounting to $23,000. Tlio factory of thu Kingston Knitting Company, Ktngston,Ontarlo, burned Jan. 13tu i.nA. nn.noo. i, 6Tho latest cstlmato of tbo losses by lire at Galveston on tho night of January 13, Is about M,000,OW. A iiro on Chambers street, Now York, on the night of Jan. 14th, caused damage amounting to (01,000. Tbo Vandcrbllt roadj havo raised tbo grain rate between Chicago and tho East to 15 oents per lOfl pounds. Daniel F. Shcpbonl, of Chicago, Is reported as having been appointed Ass Secretary 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. — 27 January 1882

- thj: COUNTY PAPER, V. V. POHYNS. At CO. OltKllON, Mi). " ' AAvertUlng Unlet, which aro very reasonable, when the law dr. dilation of Titr.Cou.VTY' Patku Is r oinlilered will be made known on application to the Pub lishers. Money tnny be sent lit utif risk by rosNfflco Artlnv. itptlft tr twirlatoPfiil lattftr Correspomtencu and now nte always desired, but Icttprs must bo brief nml must havo tliu Renulno name of the mitlior, not for publication lint n 11 irunrnntv wf aiml fiilth. fniiimimlpiitloii Iti tlin Interest of rnliilMntps will lie charged for at the rata of three cents per word, cash In advance. Obituary xx'try will be charged for at the rate of ten cents per Hnc nml the Cash must accompany tli manuscript. Itelected manuscript will not be returned. teller for imtillcttntl slmohl rpurli lt liv Tuesday neon to Insuse Insertion In that week's paper. All letters should bp addressed to TUB COUNTY I'At'KK, OltKdO.V, MO. Kntercd ivtthe I'ostonice at Oregon, Mo second-class, matter....

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. — 27 January 1882

Tho Now York Tribune nimlo an exhl-) billon of Its splcon nfritlntit tho pitbtUti liig houso of tho Applctnns in li Imttj week' literary columns. No pci-sonul affront to tho editor cou cl Justify Midi nnnrtlolo, which Wm aimed n a blow lit tho business of tho firm untlur tho thin dlsguU oi criticism. An Iwdlanna Congressman who has boon InvcstlantliiRtlio subjoct, liascoiuo to tho conclusion that,ho best and easi est wav to detect Iritml In pensions Is to publish In tho newspapers of each county, Rt stated intervals, Iho names of tho pensioners In that locality, with tho. amounts reculved and tho reasons why tho pensions were granted. This would subject tho list to tho scrutiny of tho public, and Impostors could bo easi ly detected. Thero aro a good many arguments in favor of this choino. Cnnanmptlon t'nrod. An old phyelelan, retired from active pructlco having had placed In hlslinnds in- mi Knit India Missionary tho lor- mcla of a sliuplo vcgctablo remedy for (liu hiiLvdv and nermn...

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. — 27 January 1882

GUITEAU, Washington, Jan. 13. As soon a the Court urn ft nillftl In order. DA-Hdim IncAc a lintttlnn In - - - n - I I front of the Jury and opened bis argument with disclaimer of any Intention to make a set sccch, but expressed a simple desire to render what aid be could In their present and solemn duty. The Umo had now come In this trial when the Jury had become the factors. Of whatever disorder or levity might have cbsrac tcrtzed ths trial, there was but one sentiment In respect of the Jury, All commended tbclr dignified deportment and close and patient attention to the evidence, and he wild not doubt that as they had rC' cclvcd the commendation of all tn the past, they would mntlnuo to deserve It In the future by their division of the question before them. As 1'AVidgu traced the process of reasoning by which tho prisoner irradually reached the conviction that but one lite Interposed bttw cn himself and liosslblr neat bcnellts. tiultenu became restless, and for the first time slti...

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. — 27 January 1882

avacks. I. Jt Tras ft merry brook tbat tux Beside my tottaga door all dnj I beard It, ti I aat and t pan, Singing a pleaaant song alt-ay. apan my thread with mlckle caro ; The weight within ay band Incrraecd I ' fte aprlng crept by mo unaware ; The brook dried up tho mualc cca'ciI. I mlated It little, took amall thought That allent waa 1U merry din, Becaue Its melody wa wrought Into the thread I lattoaplo. H. It waa a Inrk that aang most awcet Amongst tho tunrtto clouda so red ; I knew bta nest lay near my feet, Although ho sang to high o'crhcad. And though It sang bo loud and clear Up In the golden clouds above, Ms throbbing aong acemcd wondrous nenr; I twined It with the web 1 wove. Tho long days' glory still drew on', Tncn Autumn came: tho summer lied; The music that 1 loved waa gone, The aonj waa hushed the singer dead. Ill, 1 wovo on with a steadfastheart; My web grew greater, fold on fold, I boro It to the crcwdi-d mart, Tncy paid my wugc la good red gold Itc.l gold and fine. ...

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. — 27 January 1882

opcclal Announcement. Mu UkoflloaifiVlu announcing that wo havcwilij arrangement wltn-'tho yildishrri'tif '(he Chicago IW'JfitcS Iwhlch enable ustu ulnb luavpapcr Willi ' From Oregon. By nuvmisslon wc publish the fol lovrflnir ' interesting letter from Mrs. $li)pci, 'which was wrltum to tlio Woman's Union, on the uec;ilon of its 'ThbCoijntv t'Ai'Kii af'tho 'very" Unv . tenth anniversary prico of .f-iAO pur y'oitr', sitfifld'om the the regular piko'ofTliDOoCuni I'M it alone. This is bcywd rntestion the first time that a mclropolilair weekly thus bcon broucht Vlthln the reach - of 'subscribers at iu auiall uu itddittoual price. ' , For this coiupafatlu'ly small iiiHoiiiit odf'Teitdcfs cm plneo thumsolvos In -command of tlio wkulo situation. All events of interest, local, national and foreign, will he presented completely nml promptly by ono or the other of 'these publications. The single- feuturo of full uml trustworthy Chicago mar ket quotations will bo worth, to many of wirjcadere, ...

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. — 27 January 1882

ihO JUOUIIU Vliy iCWA ailjo, m.iv " - ---J - hniisn In tho l'latto Purchaso.out. Bar Docket Holt Circuit Court. JANUARY TERM. 1882. 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 IS 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 8 9 10 11 13 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 20 80 81 82 83 84 85 30 88 39 40 41 43 43 First Day, Monday, Jan. 2, 1882. State vs Presley Illeksct nl, forfeiture recognizance Statu vs William M Harris, selling liquor State vs William M Hnrrls, recognizance State vs Gorge Drown, disturbing peace of person State vs George Drown, forfeiture recognizance State vs F S Springs, colling liquor without license Stato vs A G Young, selling liquor without license State vs William II & Samuel E Sweeten, appnal from J P State vs Stephen H Martin Appeal from J P State vs Matliew Savllle, unlawfully Issuing pre scriptions Stato vs James It llrowiyxhlbilingdeadly weapons State vs Jno Hound, Juo lllnklu ft ai, assuult and battery State ys .Ins Watson, sullingllquor wlthrut license Slate vs William Merge, felon...

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. — 3 February 1882

V hVui itttticttcr Uii it l'"t . (URM SCtNC IK HOLT COUMTYMtO ... ' lllSSfMM I I VOliUME XVII. TIME TABLE. ItuiM CiiT. U imrapt- CoMnell ' KteSft KmllroMl. Jrare F.rwt Ctfy. A'orh. South. Mull Htid Kxprtm ....,1 :0 p. M t -M l',M do ' 21.1S A. M 1 IIB.A.M Viulscn Branch . . . . . .i as P. M . . . . .. 10 !. a . ti , TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Those parti? who are in arrears on subsorlptloa to The Cosaty Paper art re apeotfully requested to call and aeltle . their indebtedness.- as we need and must ffive the noney due ui. Subscribers can , jaffisrlaln" frst' how'they stand and sea wiid psrlod they are paid to by exam lnla.ths printed date, following their Maine on the margin of their paper. liavo you been vaccinated. Jacob Hook lias opened a lumber ' jrard iit Mound city. V'r Tom. Price haa rented tlio resi dence of Mrs. Bovan. A. X. Gluun lias bcou appointed linstmnster of Mound City. llov. Williamson Is occupying tho lata resldencoof Joseph Hoblltzill. Tim .fyhtSourl Press Association wil...

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. — 3 February 1882

r Mr- A DKT.AM. A Ji ri'.kcn thread from a beautiful head Lies trained In toft golden irtow, ArA the tender clasp of it sunnj grasp :.!nks tho Now with the Long Ago. Ard I think ns I sit Mir dreaming 01 the lro- on which once It lay gleaming. A aaluty stand, ly the summer wind fanned. - ilt critics from the trick of the year iC phantom or nonrs tnai were arctseain doners, i Eat now He deep, hurled In tears. 'T!s but tho ton :h ot Time's hand revealing Tbe strength of a halt forgotten feeling. M I think of the fair, bright head of hair That bequeathed this soft tress to me, 1 donbt It the hrow would miss cvi-n now This one from Its fair sunny sea. Net If It knew how fondly I cherish Even the hopes that were born but to icrleli. Tc vision muM end. We never can blend The pleasure ot lite with IU pain With tho dctU of one In the other begun As the sutillpht Is qnenched In the rain. ho, quenched nrr the thoughts I fain would utter, lly the trees In the golden glow of the butter. IWItKUKL...

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. — 3 February 1882

COME IIOUK TO MY HKAHT. -T4urfXew irtUe flower, f. The wteiU watt the leave o'ar tin plain j J.UUca and lone are the hour ( N Nothing rfj,OTpJeitturt , A, j Can'UMi'colMMOiii Impart, ft ' Ai atlcnt I ftl&li lor ray twiiunH;,, Darling, come hoMe to ni) lieart Tbe river Veils onto t.e oceafi, '. 1 -WhM 'breakers aril beattoi afar! , It breasVas It throW wllh cirtloti, Is a, glass for c'ktf radiant star., sun Ut hlun Ii'vIm bend above- fn.i Bahit can their beauty Impart, When ihavVaotmo to love tntiJ DarUog.cWoWffietomyhekt. I am lick of the rjlart and the Rllttcr, The pntDpaoalhe splendor of life; The sweet Is so mixed w lib. Iho bitter' Thehapptneaslosfln the strife.', The pleasure of fame is abating' Earth's glories lllco shadows dopart; 1 am weary of wstchlne ane Waiting Oh I darling, como homo (o my heart A FEHHIAN UANCINO OlM Jasmines tangled In her hair Ebon hair that loosely hangs Tipped with silver serpents' fangs Swaying In the scented air. Silken sand ils on her feet " '...

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. — 3 February 1882

t. jr TUB COUNTY PAPER, uv I). 1. HOIIYNH. A CO. OltKtlO.N, MO. Adrartttlag Rat, which arc Tf ry re asonnhle, when the lartrc clr dilation ot Til f.Cou.VTV l'.U'KH Is considered will be wade known on application to the lub- Usher. Money may lie sent at our risk by rotutuce order, draft or reRlstered letter. Corrr Monitrnc Mil ne.ws are always desired, hut letters must bo brief and must luuc the genuine name of the author, not (or publication but as n xuaranty f rsixI tnlth. Cnnimunlcatlons In the Interest at candidates will lie charged (or at the rati of three cents per word, cash In ndvnncc. Obituary inn-try will tie charged (or at the rate of ten cent per line and tha Ciuli mt.st accompany tho manuscript, lteJeetcdinaiiHscrlpt will not be returned. letters (or publication should reach us by Tuesday nton to Insuvj Insertion In that week's paper. All letters should bp addressed to Till', COUNTY I'Al'KR, OltKOOK. Mo. Kntcred uttlic l'ostoftlce at Oregon, .Mo., as second-class matter....

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. — 3 February 1882

2 The Ctttagn Hearth, Published at Boston. An Illustrated Magazine of Homo Art nnd Homo Culture. Contains more reading of Practtcnl Domestic Worth utut I'ositlvu Homo Interest tbatt any oilier maga nine uf Its price. Each number coil talus PortrlU mid Sketched of Dlsttn jiithd Men, Sniicti.ir Homo Music, Flornl Articles Stotlus and Adven tures, Choke Poetry, tho latest Fash Ions, thu Mother's Chair, the Student Curlier, tho Young Folk.11 Window, nil fully illtutrxled. Thu next number will contain the first chapters f tho now storv which Dr. Oiorrro Muc- Dunttht If now wilting, entitled Weighed and Wanting, from rulvaneo manuscript furnished exclusively to this magazine liy the author.' This atitty nlmie is worth, the full subsorip- tlon iriec, which iifl.60 per year. Cjf.yu.ltATiM. l'n ni-n i.rmbttvr (n innkK Hill fill lowing llbural offerio our tviulurs: To nil who sutifiorllie within three months nnd pay $ 'J. 70 in advance, wo will ncml Tub County Papkh and tho "Coltngt Hearth" f...

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. — 3 February 1882

nT mP!r " 'r' . - -i-r'i-r)fiiiiiriimi(iwni i:.i..T. mri ji i .ZTTZT V 'a ' ' ' V t ' 1 VP ft"--? '-iA'' ' ' . yj ''tit. "Mil. nrr ft THE COUNTY PAPER, UOIIYNH CO, Publishers. ORECJON, MO T. C. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pitEGON, MISSOURI. "Will practice In ill Court of Missouri, Kan- hi. Iowa ana neorataa. neai tMius ousiuees, ana uoiieclloos promptly atteuueu to. I. D. BEELER, DKiLtn 1.1 CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, FOREST CITY, MO. Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, and all Fancy and Hot Drinks a specialty. Patronage reapectfullv solicited. J. T. THATCHER, M. D. list OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north of 4. A. kmym' more; lormcrljr residence oiLevJ uren. A. H. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, mound cmr, MO. Will practice In all the Court ot noxtiwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Bankers and Brokirs, OREGON, MO. Loan Money, Bay Notes. Draw Drafts on all Principal cities, and Collections promptly mid a. 7 Taxes for non-real...

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. — 3 February 1882

TfiE X0U5?rPAPBR. Br DOBTKf A CO. OREGON. ! MO GUITEAU. Thf! tfnt7' Ycrdtc-."Gnlliy a Indicted." ( Wacbikotox, Jan. 1U. Ai soon m Uultcatt reached hi neat ho delivered h'melf of tho fol lowm spccch,wlth a pompons effort at orator ical effeett "Tno decision of tho New York Curt of Appeals come with so mneh force at the resentmoment that tdestro tocallattcn Moiflto It It comes with (treat grace from the Kmplre 8tate, from that grand old BUto of the Republic, the BUto that sends forth the brains, tho money and tho commerce of the Nation. It Is a (Treat step forward of tho low nf Insanity. Hitherto the law has y heen that the harden of proof was on tho dc 1 fendant bat the Court of Appeals, with grand I magnanimity, says That the burdan of tho proof I Is oa this prosecution to prore that tho man not only ecmtltod tho act, but also that he was sane , at the time ho committed It In tho name of luetlce, In the name of tho American people, and I In tho name of the American Judiciary, I desi...

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. — 3 February 1882

UMI.TY tl.Ul.l i:,vu. lliotml of Ultarlus J. f.iiilleau for iiiuniur 01 mimes a. uarnriu cntiiv (to iW tin! on the 2oli tilt., und tlio jury rctitfiiod veiillctof vitittty as indicted, Thor6. ncvei1 'biiuuld litrto been any .doubt of ttils pj.ult, -jut It will never 'thclcss be Jiafled with 11 senso. of relief and satisfaction bv tho whole country. 'And Hits satlcfautjou will un result from nnv vlndletlvo-feolln ; against thel murderer, who is looked upon rather With lontttliiir I hun lilHiiv.i.itf.1 l.nt ...,. yl'toNlolhecneettliiitlieliellcvesthoiiniiuMof who luniuiiij, man uitioiuoss. Dutftum tiiciiirurrrtMrlt(i-ui)nthp inna-hi denerllnM tho reassurance which tho verdict tvcs . , Wi1.01"? "ni:l.lll'i '"Jiinirnthwiiwucii, I . ., . , . w ' ,,u,'nl os'and that .HlneiMhetrliif new luidm.MertM facts oi me power mid mnjciity juf law and of Its aiiilli.lnii.... ..r.r i . . -.vmj iiiiuui uvvi j Biicsa uj jiri)' tecttho boeial fabric und to ptniliili 'crime There lias been it good denl of...

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. — 10 February 1882

.4 (rum saNtw MoixaaHiictY. mo.') r .''V v. i. h : : TIME TAILE. Ciaaeil Xtmv jTbm&'Ctfi. Hull n4 Kxpiw... JVortA. Mouth. .2 rOB I. M 1 i30 r,M Vallsea Branch ,,'.',7.1.? :U A. M IX 118.A.M 10 :.A.M tUme Newt. Thrf moon la on a " high " Lent Kygnrts very 111 at his homo .Ijrfr'tiqa, Colorado. . p ' flf Josle Kernes'wlll teach tho summer term of the Hickory school. . Nlel HobliUell U building tho finest barn in Holt county. Mauck & Ruloy .jre the contractors. --The Oregon literary socioty wil' giro a public entertainment on t ho evo f 'MBfC February 24th . Tie NoilrWex't MItsoun Poultry Association I0H trtlo of a society which some of ( thevitodaway county breed era are tnlklngef organising. The sohool1e)tinl ot 8t.. Joseph hnvo ordered the vaccination j)t all school children, and nt Weston 'they havo to nl.ow n.scnr or a surgeon's certlficat. , Tho latest liovoltr la a drafts abitm. A piece of nvory new dress is carefully cut and gummed on one aide of tho loaf and the date a...

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. — 10 February 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. ORMOON, t I 1 8 MO TUKKE ANOKL9. They My this life la barren, drear and cold ; Ever Uic same cad song wu rang of old, rer the tame long, weary tale li told; And to our lips Is held the cup of strife, And yeV a little love can awcetcn life. They say our hands may grasp but Joys dc stroyed, Youth has tmt dreams, and age an aching void, Whose Dead Sea fruit long.long ago has cloyed Whose night with wild, tcmpcatnous storms rife Anil jet, a little hope can brighten life. They nay wo nlngoitrtelvca In wild despair Amidst the broken treasure sca'tercd there, Where r.H is wrecked, wheic all once promised fair. And Molt ourwlvcs wltli sorrow' twn-edged knllc And yet a little patience strengthens life. Is It, then, true this tale of bitter grief, Of mortal anguish 11 udlng no relief ( Lol midst the winter shluc the laurel's leaf i Three anctl share the lot of human strife, Turtcnngil eiort.v the pith of life. Xove, Hope and I'aUeucc cheer us on our waj Love. Hope and Patlcn...

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. — 10 February 1882

x TOAtnor. She comr., she comes I with song and glee She leads her train o'er lawn and lea I And fair and f rco her wind-blown tress, Her fleecy scarf, lio.r careless dress,' Her sweet girl voice, that bird-like sings, Her merry laugh that tireless rings High o'o? f'oeo booinlnR sounds of sport All hall I wild queen of madcap court! No daisy chain will th'a wy ?lrl E'er weave to deck her dancing curl ; No wreath cntwluo of bud or bell, TLout;h both, she wots, bvcomo her well : Not her to guess of Joy or (jrlcf lly conning of a holy leaf ', Bhc tents not fortune's smile or frown By pulls of dandelion down; No necklace frames of rowan gems, Nor fragrant flower-wrought diadems ! No ioct she to dcze and dream Loup, lazy hours by haunted stream 1 If small the brook, she'll head her train Amt leap It o'er and hick ngatn; Or If her boy will but away Blic'll wado It, liinybc I can't say, Her boys-all boys around her press For lovo of her sweet wlnsotnenoss, And dogs that bark for very glee ...

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. — 10 February 1882

Tin: COlTOTy PAPER, I. V uv . DOIIYNS. ifc fJO. OltKUONVMO. vlilch pre very reasonable, htti tlio larpe cir culation of Tin-. Ciiuntt Vfivv-tfi licoinldrnd will be mailo kuuwn un application (u the I'uti Ushers. Money mny be .tent at our rnk by l'iwtnico order, draft or regMeretl letter. Corri'mt!cncu anil uewi arc always desired, but letters mint be brief nuil nuiNt linie tlic .Renulne luime of the author, itnt (or publication but as a Ktmrmity t geod laltli. i Coninuinlciitlnnj In the Interest of eamllilntc will be chanted fur at the rata of tlirue cvntt perword, cash In advance, Obituary poetry will lie charged for at the rate of ten cents per ll-.ie and the t'aih mt.it accompany the manuscript. ltcjcclediniiutxcrlpt will not lie returned. totter for publication shuiild reach us by Tuesday iwon to linute Insertion In that week's paper. All tetters should be ruldrewd to TUU COUNTV 1'Al'JCn, OliKdox. Mo. Kntcred at the 1'oitonice at Oregon, Mo sceond-elnos matter. Terms of Subscrip...

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. — 10 February 1882

2s: The Cott&gn Hearth, VubUshcd at tioston. An Illustrated Mtisbzlne of Homo Arts nnd, lloino Culture. Contains more rending of J'riwtlotl Domestic Worth mid l'oaltlvo Home Inlai'Mt then any other iilnga aine of Its price. Each nuinbor con tains Portrait and Sketches of Distill pniflhcd Men, Superior Homo Music, Tloral Articles Stories .and Advon tinci, Choice Poetry, tlio latest Fash ions, tho Mother's Chair, the Student's Corner, tho Young Folks' Window, nil fully illtutrated. Tho noxt number will contain the first chapters of tho new story which Dr. George Mac Donald It now witting, entitled Weighed and Wanting, from advance manuscript furnished exclusively to tltli magazine by the author. This story alone Is worth tho lull subscrip tion price, which is $1.60 per year. Cmji Kates. Wo are enabled to make the fol lowing liberal offer to our renders; To ll who subscribe within three months nml pay S '2. 70 in advance, wo will end 'i'riK Count Papek and the "Cottngc Hearth" for ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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