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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 10 February 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, 1X111VNH CO, rahllthnrs. OREGON, l MO WEEKLY REVIEW. Ucncral IVomh Huramnrj. Tho boot root sugar oxporlniont has been abandoned In Delaware. Tho Iloston & Albany road has ad vanced west-bound freights from 80 to Hi cent. Tho Hnrrison (brewery and Ice-houso nt Qulncy, Illinois, Immcd January IlOtli. IO?, wo,oca A public school building, Hartford, Conn., burned Jan. 24. Loss, 120,000; In-mr-anco, $70,000. Sir Edward Thornton litis sent $250 from 8t. Petersburg, for the Oarllcld Hospital nt Washington. An unusually sovoro enrthqttako nt C'cntcrvllle, Col., on tlio evening of Jan. SOIli, caused treat excitement. Tho Mason county (111.) court houso burned on the morning of Jan. 20th. Loss, 2S,000; Insurance, 3,000. Charles Dana, engaged In tho bcof trade at Boston, has failed and lied. Ills liabil ities are believed to bo IOO,000. At tho c!ny slato quarry near Castle Ion, Vermont, tlilrty-flvc workmen produce an average of 60,000 white slato pencils dally. l'nrnoll ...

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. — 10 February 1882

fctMjBT 60XSET GATES AjAH. . Td-nll't .t t mrwiridow; lien the wttl w U kglearh "With that trbgo Md wibdctfal f-'pVriilor, Thtt U fleeUng m ft dreMi ; I IboiHtht ttut ttM'h&ds'oC 1he angels Had nangopeh HeMon' gateway wide; And I canght a glimpse of the glory From Uo bills on the other tldo. la It not ft bwuttful fancy, This sunset thought of ralne, That the Rate of Heaven are always Flung open at day's decllncl That thoee whoao day Is ended Of earthly woes and lllf, May pas to tho morning sunshine That dwells en the heavenly hills I When for me tho aunKt gateway Shall al day's decline Inclose, And I pass In through t'c portals To that long and sweot repose, I know that I shsll remember, In that city so fair and far, My strange and beautiful fancy Of the sunset gates ajar. Vcrhirps, whllo I satthcro Creaming Of tho gateway In tho west, Some poor soul went through tho portals To ft long and endless rest; Passed through tho aunset gateway To that "city paved with gold" r-asscd Int...

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. — 10 February 1882

an vw OUITKAV SENTKSCEO. QnJBatwidaj'Jiut, Judgo Cox'sontpnp- ed jaultoiuUM hanged .Tune !0, be- awah oumoL12m.and2p, in., at ijWnJh.ltojtton Jul. ' . Asaopn n Judgo Cox entered tho coiu-t room and tjie court was formally ,'onwiod, the prlryur took his placo In thn dock and did not reliant his roauost of vostcrdav to be allowed to sit at his ii; . i, counsel's table. Scotillc staled that hn wUhcd to say in tnat since mo adjournment ot court lie had been Informed that tho man named .Curtis, who had mado an anidavit rol atlvo to tho Critic matter, was not a ball- Iff In charge of tho room at tho tlmu the I F whm iiuiiu. iiiw iiu iiiui ucvn i I MM . . I... I i I I Mibolltutcd lor a man by the namn of Mtiner, wno was in cnarge at tno tnno the paper was tound, and who was withdrawn by tho prosecution. This LV-, gave us a pleasant call last Mon- man, said Scovlllc, I am told, knows ,uv. nbout the paper, and I can, In ten mln- utcs, summon as a wltncs, a party who will say that tiner was b...

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. — 17 February 1882

VOLUME XVII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1882. NUMBER 36. TIME TABLE. Kimim Cltr, nt. JlMp1i Coaaell MiA MlNMI. Xtart Fertit City. North. South- Mull ana V.xprr m 2 :m p, m l :.io r.M do 3iMA. M IZllS.A.M Vsllsca Umnrh :2Sr. M lOeM.A.M TOWN AND COUNTY. Adolph Ware sold bin span of mules last wcok for $285. J. H. Nlcs, Is making: valuable Im provements to his rtome house. Samuel Davidson, expects to occu py hi new resilience about the first of March. Mr. Spltzcr has roatod tlio Isaac J.nmb farm, throofltul-n-hnlf miles north of Oregon. Mr. Walter Saeger, at Indlnna,has purchased the Milton Modle farm in f lickory township. Zlmrl Hester will have a public sale nn his farm near New Point, on Saturday, March 4th, 1682. Ceorge Tcticn, who has been suf. fprtng with small-pox at the residence, of Mr. Colwotl in King Grove, died Inst Sunday. Prof. Hill has been Invited to dp liver nn address before the Stale Tcnoh rs' Association, whleh meets at BWs'ct Springs, Mo., Jnnu 20, 21, ...

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. — 17 February 1882

HEUMEft TIU9MCG1STUS. ii. w. losofbixow. As Sclcucus narrates, Hermes dewribed the principles that rank as wholes In two myriads of books; or, as we are Informed by Manctho, ho perfectly unfolded these principles In three myriads sir thousand five, hundred and twenty Arc volumes. ... Our ancestors dedicated tho Inventions of their wisdom to this deity, In serting all their own writings with the namo of Hcrmts. iimMictu. Still through Kgypt'a desert places Flows the lordly Nile; From Us baults the great stone faces Gaic with patient smile; Still the pyramids Imperious l'lcrce the cloudless eklcs. And the Sphinx stares with mysterious, Solemn, stony eyes. But where arc the old Egyptian Dcml-gols and kings I Nothing left but an Inscription Graven on clones and rings. Where are Hellus and Hephocstus, Ooas of eldest eld I Where Is Hermes Trlsmcglstus, Who their secrets held! Where are now the many hundred Thousand Ixwks he wrote! By the ThauinaturglsU plundered, Lost In land! remote; In ...

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. — 17 February 1882

A Tnlo of Texas. Tho Into Crtptaln Jatnos M. Arm strong, of Texas as honest and patri otic a man as over lived in any ago or country migrated from Fay otto county, Kontuoky.wlien scarcoly arrived at man hood, Immediately after tlio Ropublio had been organized. Ho was a quiet, but vory shrowd and observing youth. Soon after his arrival at Naeodochos ho found out tho refugees from justico (from tho "States"), who wcro then qulto numorous In that plaeo, woro In tho habit of holding, from timo to time, nt night, what they called "Tho Awful Court." Every now nomnr was arrest ed gcnorally when ho loast expected it, wa3 brought beforo the "court," which sat with an imposing array of ofllcors and spectators in a secluded room, was arraigned and asked: "What mado you corao to TcxasP" If, in his 'roply, ho didn't admit that ho camo as a rofugco from justico becauso ho had committed sonio crimo tho judgo would order him to bo whipped until ho con fessed; nnd whon ho confessed ho was Bontoncod ...

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. — 17 February 1882

V ....., is I 7 - ... y.w,,,,,,, . ) . -) r- .... hr . ., THE QUtf TY PAPER, r. t. nonvNs t co. OKBOOSVMO Advertising Rates, lilch ar? vctv rra.sotvtili'.'nhi'ii tlic Urge clr filiation of Tub frnrv I'.trMt iMOinddired will he made known im tipptii'Nllon to t lie Pab llslirr. Money nwv be bent al our rik by PoMifflce onlf r, flralt or tf ghtfred letter. ' Cnrroitpondciic and news afe always dettre.d, but letters must bo brief mil must have the genuine name of tlio author, not lor publication tint in a Rtnir.iiity vt gwl 'faith. ConimiinlcalloiH In (ho Interest of viuidldlilea will bo cluwcd tor at tho rati o( three cent vmrword, cnih In luhaiicc. Obituary poetry will be charged tor at tlio rate ot ten cents per line and tlia Cusli mwt accompany ttw manuicrlpt. Rejected manuscript will not be returnt'd. letters (or publication should reach us by Tuesday neon to Insula' hncrtloti In that week' paper. All letters should be mldrewd to TUB COUNTY l'Al'BK, Oiikiio.v.Mo. Knlcred ut the I'm...

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. — 17 February 1882

' I in 1llfll t ti u2kJLSJST!.A'J , . IIWIWB " . ' 'IS" -rtv- ' Thic columns ot our daily cotmnge i fnti'ty reek with accounts ,o( murder, Assassinations, suicides, rohWlos nnd every spccl -s of ttnviltry. It win sumo hundreds of fears after tho founding of Komn before purrlcldo hecamu known us a c.rlma, yet within tlio pact tm Weeks wo httvo had ropcatcd Instances of it in ilio States, and tho lntost Illust ration of it was mado by tho deadly as sault of u daughter on hor mother. It is nut nocossary to go into tho shock ing and brutal details, and for their own peace of mind wo roeommond 'our renders' not to study them minutely. They are calculated to depress one's spirits, and giro a uloomy outlook for the future of tho country. But tho frequency of rod-hnmled murder ought to Incite a spirit of in qulry Into ritnsos. 'L'haro must bo someihlng lacking in our social and civil systems; a want of rovoronco for authority, perhaps, and too light a re gard for tho valuo of human life, an...

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. — 17 February 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. DOIIVNS A CO, l'nbllKlicrs. OHF.GON, MO UAIINKY MI1I.DOON. TOE VENV8 OK StllLOII. HyW. W. Fink. ' Tie, sir, I was wounded fit Shlloli, For Barney Muldoon did his duty, I'm n gtnutoe Vanus do Mllo, That Is, of course, barrln' the beauty; For Vanus has lost both her arrms, N bo Jabcrs I've lost both o' mine; I'm her counterpart, barrln tlio chnrnns, 'N' we're both In the mtmllcant line. They paints the poor girl on n panel N lanes her up over n shlll; Vo arc both In sore need of some flannel, An' It's laid on tho ehllf ts raesllf. Ylt she's a pcrpllual shleepcr, do octween us mere comes mis uisttpamy, For 1 ran shtlll hold open wan peeper To bchcu'd tho cxtlnt of ycr charity. God MUs yet says Harney Muldoon, For this coat for the Vanus de Shlloli ; ""An yo'll irlvo me a five-dollar boon I will shplnd It for Vanus dc Mtlol Oh 1 yls, It Is grand to git scarrs Whin the needs of ycr coontry require 'cm. I would pack forty guns to the warrs, If I ounly had fingers to fire...

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. — 17 February 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. Br DODYNS As CO. OREGON. 1 MO THE HOKKTK8T HOSE. Christian Union. Look among tho bodges, where the blossoms nestle, 1 Watting till tho sunshine Lids their leaves un closo; Search In every bush, every brier, till you tire, And seo If you can Dnd for me tho very sweetest rose. Wander through tho meadows when he bees are flying; Follow where cacli honey loving creature goes $ . Rlflo on your way every bower of n flower, And when you find It bring to mo tho very sweetest rose. Juno has many blossoms; all aro sweet and fra grant, Should you chanco to meet her, ask her If sho knows 'WPicrc's the spot to find tho sweetest and com plctcst Gemot all tho gardens Just one perfect rose. Hamble o'er tho meadows; search In every cor ner; Yet you will not And It; and why, do you suppose I June has ne'er disclosed In her bower any fiowcr As vourllovclypctals slowly are uncurled; But asleep on mother's bosom Is a blossom Sweeter than all othrrs; 'tla tho Rose of all tho world! FAUX...

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. — 17 February 1882

1 1 JOSKPII (iltF.KNK, Wild Was elected by ,ilte Democrats at the Inst general elect ion m collector of Jncfcson county, Mo, has been delected In gross Injustices and has hern compelled to stop down and out. T ho grand Jury have found oyer fifty Indictments against hltu, and it Is intimated that half has not been told, (ircono would mlso the valuation of tax payer 'and collect for n larger amount than the nwinncnt and put the ovorjihis In his pocket. The affair has created intense excitement In .Taek-. on county i and the strong probabilit ies are that Warden Willis ot Jefferson Ci y will havo a new boarder of the diamond pin persuasion In the near future. Greene was compelled to re sign when his rascalities were discover ed, nnd ex-Mayor Chae ot Kansas Cily has been appointed in Ids stead. Till: argument iu the ease ot the Hannibal and St. Joe. Hallway against tho State of Missouri, in which the Hallway Company applied for an In junction to prevent tho Governor of the State from se...

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. — 17 February 1882

--..' j! all over thc nniiMTv. THE COUNTY PAPER, - BUT A man of klndnem to Ilia beast Is kind ; Bat brutal actions show it brutal mind ; Remember I lie who mode thee, mado tho bruto, Who gave tbee speech and ronton, Armed him mute. Cowrin. OUR SUPPLEMENT. We furnish our rentiers this week n supple ment, giving much vuluablo information in re gard to tho treatment of our most valuable domestic animals in sickness and their proper management in health. As our space is limited, of course wo cannot glvo you all wc would like to of tho large amount of knowledge which has been obtained by men who haro made our domestic animals a study for centuries, but wc havo endeavored to glvo you the very "essence " in these few columns, treating only the most im portant subjects, and wo think this sheet, If preserved, will bo of inoro benefit to many of our readers than two dollars would bo if in vested in somo books we havo seen upon this subject and costing that amount. Our aim in ending you this, ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 February 1882

itmwn piCMUituil onir ,,Ims .,,ee." modomto, nml mi Improve- llrnneh of tl.o U P. 1 i. Tn0r o Is! &ffikoY S AftAJi , " u "'0'anc(ll.o took a solemn OTJ3FL jBTJ0ErILES33t:E!lT'a?- THE SUPERANNUATED HORSE TO HIS MASTER. Tli rullui..x rrr.es wit found In n collation uf " KplgMtiu, oil'.," onu hundred and fifty years old. 'I liu Muster la -aid to havo been Itcv. Mr. I'nttcr.of Beaming, In Nolfulk, England. And mu-t thou fix my doom, sweet Driller, ,ayP And win tlmii kill thy servant, ul.l and poor A little loiu.r let inc live. I imtv! A little l .(f r hobble 'n und thy door. Kor muc h It "Jmli. me tn lit-hold lid place, And 1khic within this hopltt:hlii thed; It glads liu more to rtu uiv master's fiico. And linger near tl.o spot vilicru I ni bred. Kor, nil I to tliliik of what Wo both n,)oyed In my life's prime, ein I wan old mtd poor, Winn from tdv Jocund motn to rvo employ'd My gracious matter cu till back I bora. Thrice tnl, I ten years li iro dane'd 011 down along, ttlnco tirt t...

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. — 24 February 1882

VOLUME XVII. OREGON, MISSOURI FRIDAY, JPEBRIIAIIY 24, 1882. iTUMBER 37. TIME TABLE. Krmm City. . Blu JMCtti A Council Kisllrond. Ltavt Fnrtit City. Mall ami Kxpress... do ,,, Vntlsca Branch ... North. South .Jiflftr. m I s.iui'.M , 3 :S5 A. M 12 tIS.A.M . fflS P. M 10 :20.A.M TOWN AND COUNTY. Wo nrc now In Lent. llonnots aro growing smaller. Have you found out who sent you that Valentino? Our barbers will do no more shav ing on Sunday. Tho Mill Crock school, Thomas Wilier, teacher, will clo.e next Friday Mr. Pctor Hart, has sold his farm in tho Harmony district and will romovo iso Nodaway county. Women aro not cruel by nature. Wo never heard of one thoughtless enough to step on a mouse. Tim man who stops his paper to economize, ought to cut off his nose to keep Irom buying handkerchiefs. Spring drummers will soon be ripe, but be careful how you attorapt to pluck them. They are a knowing sot. There has been a decided chui.go in tho weather tho past week. Over--nat and fires are decid...

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. — 24 February 1882

7 r THE .COUNTY PAPEU. WEEKLY REVIEW. ny DOnvKS A CO. OREGON. : MO CURRENT TOPICS. Ocncrnl iowh Nuiuranrjf. Pouch trees woro In bloom In Missis- Blppt on the 9th of February. Justus Koclilr.r on lnsurnnco mana ger, committed suicide In New York, February 9th. Florida reports vory largo accessions A drovo of tklrty-ilvo hogs drank long and doop of a barrel of syrup skim- Minna n.n lllfnnfY Vlftlft. Gft- fltlfl 111 It fowhours every big and llttlo porker " M"dUon, bMc. the influx ottour, .1 I. . . Tl,no nt tin nil I 1 7 " I.:, Tho National Horse Nail company, at " " , Verircnucs. Vermont, burned Feb. 9th. Loss 1,11 10 8100P' A dispatch from Odessa says 27 lives A " graveyard" insuranco fiend of were lost by the foundering of the (learner Ohio hna succeeded, bv somo moans tin- Cosrnos, known, In obtaining a risk on tho llfo of Prosldont Gnrflold's mother In ono of tho speculative Insuranco companies of that State. Tho nmttor has created gTcat cxeltomcnt throughout Ohio, and tho logisla...

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. — 24 February 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, SO BVNS A CO, 1'nbllih rtt. OREGON, 1 t MO TUB LOST ATLANTIS. IFlato, ami other writers In tho ancient das Hies, relato tho story of Atlanta, as taken by them from tho then ancient books of Greece. They say It was an Island larger than Asia (Mi nor) anil Libya (Africa) combined, that existed Across the Athntio sea beyond the Hilars of Hercules the most remote region known to tho .ncients. At one Umo three kings reigned In Atlantis with creal and marvelous power. With larec armies they Invaded Europe and Asia, but their Invasion was stopped by ft defeat which they met with at Athens. After this, In ono day and fatal night, there camo mighty earth quakes and Inundations, which cniruucd tho warliko people, and Atlantis disappeared bc- ncaui uio tea. j Beyond tho Pillars of Ilcrcules 80 runs the classic story Was an lsUnd clrt by mighty teas, Where reigned thrco kings In glory. Their subject prosp'rous and proud had trrowtv On that far westward (stand, For wealth-givin...

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. — 24 February 1882

0 SUNliW Itr.AlMN'H. arratn DtlltertJ by Rev. B Carother of th 1C. It. Church. l'KAVKtt. Ask mid It shMlhoKlicnynui seek an J ye olial) flml; knock audit shall be oieticd unto )ou. .Man. !(, Tlio subject of prayer lias been so prominent in tlio luluils of mufensors it religl'Mi. that wo can only reiterate tvlivtlias oiten been wild unuetrnln? It Yet Us euiuiiiunucss hiu not lessened the privilege, nor diminished the neces sity encumbered upon needy creature (inch an we, fur iu lung us tliuy hvu should christians pray; tliuy learn to liruv when first thev Hvu. The nature of Prayer. Prayer may bu defined to bo tlio nut of itn indigent ure.ituro seeking relief from thu I'utin talti of mercy, ami tliu offering of our deslron lo (ttid through Jesus Christ, our mediator, iimlwt- thu inllucnut of tlio Holy Sp rit with suitable dlsimsl tions for tiling agreeable to his will. It consists In offering our desires to Hint who Is able to grant us uxuoetlliiL' abundantly moru than wo eun ask or t...

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. — 24 February 1882

THK po&tfrt PAPER, BY . X 1JOI1VN8. & CO. ' OltKllON, MO. Advortlitag KatM, which arc very reasonable when tho larso clr culiUloirntTifR.CouNTV Papkk Is coiiMOerod will lie made known on application to the Pub lishers. Money may he sent nt our risk by Foatofilco order, draft or registered letter. Correspondence nnd now; are ntway.i desired, ,lmt letters must ho brief and must linvo the ;genulnd mime of tho author, not for publication '(but ai a gilarahty t god fiUtli. Communications In the Interest of candidate ,wlll bo charged for nt the rat of three cents tierword,cashln advance. Obituary poetry will be charged for at the jute ol ten cents per lino and the Cash must accompany the manuscript. ltejected manuscript will not he returned. tatters tor publication should reach us by .Tuesday neon to Insure Insertion In that week's paper. All letters should be addressed to THK COUNTY i'AI'KR, OllF.dO.V. Mo. Kntered ntthe PostoOlce at Oregon, Mo., m socniid-elstss matter. Torma of ...

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. — 24 February 1882

THE OLD MAN'S S I O llY. lir AI.11EUT riKC. The tprlog his less of brlghtncM Every year, And the snow t ghostlier whiteness, Every year, Nor do summer (lowers quicken, Nor dues autumn fruitage thicken As they once did, for they slckcu Every year. It Is growing darker, colder, Every year, As the heart and soul grow older, Every year; I euro not for dancing, Or for cyci with jiasslon glancing Lore Is less and less entrancing Every year. Of the loves and sorrows blended Every year, Of the charms of f rltndshlp ended Every year, Of the tics thtt still uilcl.t b'.nd me, Until time tu death resigned me, Ity infirmities remind mc Every your. Ah 1 how sad to look before us Every jiur, While the clouds grow darker o'er us Every jear; When we sec the blosoms faded That to bloom we might ha; e aided, And In Immortal garlands braided Every year. To the vast go more dead facts Every year. As the loved leave vacant jilr.cci Eft ry year; Everywhere tho fad ryes meet us, In the evening dusk they gr...

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. — 24 February 1882

TflK nOYB. JlonMkcrpcr. There como thobojsl Oh, dear, tho nolsot The whole hdueo feels the racket Behold the kneo of Christie's pants Andwepo'cr Heme's jackcti I Bnt netcr nitnd; If eyes keep bright, And llmba grow straight and limber; tye'd rather lose tho tree' whole bark, Than And unsound tho Umber. Kow hear the tops and marbles roll I The floors oh, woo betide them I And I must watch the banisters, For I know tho boys who ride them. Look well as you descend tho stairs, I often And them haunted By ghosily boys that make no nolso Just when their nolso Is wanted. The very chairs are'llcd In pairs. And mado to prance and caper; What swords aro whittled out of sticks ; What hats are made of paper. The dinner-bell posls loud and well To tell tho milkman's coming; And then tho rush of "steam-car trains" Sets all our ear a a-hummlng. How oft I say: "What shall I do To keep theso children qulctt" If I could find a good receipt I certainly should try It. Hut what to do with these wild boy...

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