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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 February 1882

Tur. apportionment bill, fixing the number of membors nt 825, passed tho .HuiiKn of Representatives Inst Friday. Tho llttprcscntativcs nro distributed among tho several States as follows: Alabama.. 8 MKslssi ilnul. Arkansas ft California n Colorado I Connecticut t 1 elawnre. . I 1'lnrlrt.v.. . . . . S lleflrala )n UllnnU xv Indiana 1.1 Iowa it Kansas , 7 -Kentucky it JmltApa ,, s Maine.... 4 Maryland c MasnohuelM.... 12 Michigan It Muiueiora 3 Missouri H Ncbirsk a .Sevr.di 1 NcvUmpshlro..,. - jersey 1 N- York .14 ienh. Carolina 0 lllijo 21 Oregon 1 rTnnsytvanla.. 2 lthode Island 2 Mouth Carolina 7 Tennessee to Texas, It Vermont i! Virginia... 10 West Virginia 4 Wisconsin tt The Markets. There was almost a pauio on the Chi cago Hoard of Trade, Wednesday of hut week, and financial circle not only in Chicago, but elsewhere, throughout tho country, weto considerably shakeii. The bull speculators In nil tha markets seemed to suffer a collapse, and there tiro strong indications of futttro...

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 March 1882

it Ul IVllUCUc'r Uu V (ARM sane m hqit county. Mor VOLUME XVII. TIME TABLE. CSnnimi CltT. Kl. Jofcti A Connoll UlnfT Rnllrnntt. fsavr Forett City. Iforth. South. Hull and KxprrM ... .2 :M r. M 1 :M p,m do 3:3.1a. M 1SI1A.A.M Vallva Ilruneli 4 :2J i m...... 10 rW.A.M TOWN AND COUNTY. How iiro your peas? Arc your radishes npo? How theiso beans do growl Ask Springer how his " Hater M vines, nro doing. Humor 1ms It that Corning Is to hnvo u bank soon. The epizootic Is making its appear nnco In somo of our neighboring Kan sas towns. When ! want to get rid of tlio troublo of waiting on customorj, stos ndvcrtlsing. Toifiis Lchmer, of White Cloud, Kansas, has purchased a quarter section of land near that oily. Elder David Wetzell Is conducting a series of meetings at tho Now Liberty church in Liberty township. Most of the articles sold nt the Campbell sale last Friday, brought fair prlco1): corn, sixty cents; wheat one dollar and stock hogs, five cents. At tho Copcland sale, which occur red...

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 March 1882

m THE COUNTY PAPER. tf DOnVNH .1: CO. OREGON, It!! MO WEEKLY REVIEW. General Mcwn Niimninry. A full pcnch crop is prodlctod in Mis eourl and Arkanras. ThoNow York capitation tax on im migrant has been declared unconstitutional. Bishop Wm. Mny Wightnian, ol tho M. E. Church, South, died at Charleston, 8. C, reh. 15th. Jacob Gossort, lately suporintenilont of Police In Cincinnati, Feb. 15th, by shooting himself. Tamm & Co.'s gluo anil curled hair faclorv.ncar St. I,ouL, burned Feb. 1-Hh, Loss, $30,000. A farmer at Orleans, X. Y., recently fold his bean crop of -100 hsshcls for ti per imshel. A flro nt Stovons' Point, Wis., Fob. 21st, destroyed i saw nnd grist mill loss, S2-V COO; no Insurance. During 1881, thoro woro employed In Tatcrson (N. J,,) silk mills 15,000 hands, pro ducing 10,000,000 worth of goods. A bollor explosion occurred in Brook lyn, N. Y., Feb. HHh,ln which Gilbert Stephens, engineer, was killed, and others badly Injured. Winter wheat in tho groat Arkansas Taller,...

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 March 1882

THE HKAUTV OP Till? HKAIIT. A lovely form may charm the cyo With falre.it lovllncas Mid grace; And oft we may bo captured by The entrancing beauty of face. Out there's ft beauty farmoro true, Whose radiant charms shall ne'er depart. But every morn and cvo Ixs new; It Is the beauty of the heart. Dencath the weight of passing years The proudest form must stoop and bend, And all the charm that beauty wears Must fado away and have an end. The sparkling light must leave the eye, And from the check tho bloom depart, And there's a charm that nt'er shall die, It Is tho beauty of tho heart. TIs this that scatters o'er life's path The gftns of happiness and truth ; o And many charms In ago It hath, As In the rosy morn of youth. A charm that wreaths tho earth with flowers And doth the sweetest joys impart, Which brightly gilds tho saddened hours ; It Is the beauty of tho heart. HOW IT ENDED. Miss Jano Ho agio had lived years enough iu this wicked world to know that even singlo blcsscdtioss is ...

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 March 1882

MSN m- , 4 'I 1 TIIK COUNTY PAPER, BV D. 1. 1IOUYN3. & CO. OltKOON, MO. Advertising, Rntoi, wlilehAip very reasonable, when Hie larj:o cir culation of TiikCou.vtv I'avkii Is countered will be intute known on application to the Pub lisher. Money may be sent at our rtik by rustnOlce order, draft or reMered letter. Correponilciice and new nrc always desired, but letter mint be brief and muit have the Ktniilno name of the author, tint (or publication but m a guaranty f kshhI faith. Communications In the Interest of candidate will be charued for at the rate ot three cents tcrword,C;uhin tulvance. Obituary poetry will be charged for sit the rate of ten ecnti per line and tbu Cash int.st accompany tlio manuscript. Kejceted manuscript will not bo returned. Letters for puMicitlou should reach ns by Tuesday noon to Insure Insertion In that week's paper. All letters should be addressed to TIIK COUNTY l'AI'KK, Oliniox.Mo. ! Khtered nttlic PoMofllce at Oregon, Mo as second-class matter. Term...

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 March 1882

SUNDAY UKADINa. A Irmon rwwhed br Rwr, . W. E. William, ion. D. D.. In thli Cltr, February flth, 1882, and FublUhed by Ktqneit. SUt'CttKATUKAL IN ItKLtdtON. "Kor li l tlio power of flml tititu Salvation." What is this power? Wo shall an swer first, negatively. By power lioro in not meant civil power, as wielded by Uve rulers of this world. HUtury informs us that on several occasions, numerous armies liavo been sent forlli to compel thu nations into their viows of Chilstianlty. And wo know that persecutions, Imprisonments, and martyrdoms, have boan employed us a power to spread what they called religion, and they represented tlmt force as the power of Owl. Hut It never suc ceeded. Tho world was not made bet ter by such a polloj, but vastly worso. And whon the war was removed from the field of blood to the pulpit; when ministers wouhl spend their Sabbath hours In showing up some Imaginary or real weaknei-s In tho creed oi some other church, there was but itttlo good accomplished. This...

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 March 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. 1 l A CO. 1 iiIIIkI cr. OREGON, : i I MO TIIK LKSJHK Ol' TI1U WATHIIMIIA. n :- mhui nociiNnY. "But this 1 mv, lircMiron, the time Is short." Listen to thtf watcrmlll Throiu'.i t!iu lifelong Jay, How the illckltiRof Us wheel Wears the hours away! LangulJW the autumn wind Stirs tha forest leaves, From the flelJs the rollers sing UlnJ!n;t up the sheaves ', AuJ a proverb haunts my mind As a spollts east; "The mill cannot urlnj With the water that is past." Autumn wliuls revive no more Leave' that once ore sbcJ, An 1 thi' slchte cannot reap Corn once gathered t I'lo s t ue runted streamlet on, Trail lull, Jeep ainlf till; Never sjlMtng back ogalu Totie WiUrmlll; Truly s.-caks that proverb old, Wi'.h a m-'ining vast "The mill cannot grind With the water that Is past." TaVe the '.eison to thyself, True and loving heart; Oo'd.'ti youth Is fleeting by, Summer hours depart; Learn ti make the most of life, Los; u happy day, Tim will never bring thee back Chance swept away I L...

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 March 1882

TJIIE XLTITth CONGRESS. SENATE Waiiiinotov, Feb. IB. After a long debate tho Scnnt bv a vote of 03 to IB palled a resolu tion to provide a meejeneer for each of tbo committees on Finance, I'ostofllccs, rctislon(. lalm, Judiciary. District of Columbia, ami Engrossed bills. The pay was fixed at 81,400 per year. Call addressed tbe Senate tn support of Ills proposed amendment to tlio pen elon arrears resolution, declaring In favor of enslons to tbe survivors of Uie Indian wars Vrlor to 1815. Tbo antl-polTRomy bill was jikcn up, nnd was discussed at considerable .cnRtb by Vest, Garland and others. An Amended bill for tbo admission ofjDaltota will bo favorablv reported. It provides for tlio organ jcatlon of a State government. Adjourned. HOUSE. The House re snmed tho consideration of tbo apportionment bill, Herbert continuing his epeech ngaiust an Increase In the membership of tbo Home. Joveo protesti d against the bill rcporttdby tberenfus committee, saylnc that It was a blow at New Engl...

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 March 1882

CHRISTIANS COUNSELING. Proceeding! of the ChritUnn Minlonary "on vontlou hold In Mound City.' Mlnwmrl, February lOtli, 17th, 18th, 1U tb, 1882. pave Us lot (tilts OoJ t,avt hN Son. llefiOt vvlileliscetiietttnl'c, thatthe raMnrliiortlcrto what lio envoi It vvbmi sacrlflcnj si, we should iiceuinplMi his work unit fill Ids duty to the The rcxnlar u'lnl-nniinM mrrtltiR tit the I Christian Missionary ltclity of Unit enmity, was hold In M mud Otv, at vvlurlitlM follow IliK prwoodliijfs wore lu.l and dom- TIItll'iDAV KV'l:.NI'll. OpetiliiK illcti6rM' hy W. T. Mattplns Text, "floil so jivjtl tlip woiM that lit" uaM" l wnly tioguttcn oit, that whosoever bellovetli In llitii fUqulu IaA petMi, hut have t-vcrlastlii?llfe." HttU.VV MOUNINII. The convention was c.illtil to onlcr hy .1. II Denny. l'reslilciit, lim-tcrn. Devotional cxer- vises were coniliiclril liyltev. Iav lit Wetell. Minute of last August' Ineetlni; were read and approved. Ily motion, all who attend tills meeting are Invited to p...

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 March 1882

(rARM SCtNCJN HOLT COUKTY. Md.) VOLUME XVII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1882. "NUMBER 30 TIME TABLE. Kftmaaa City. Kt. Joeti A Council HI linn Ratlrond. Itnvt Forttt Cty, Mall una lixprfM... do ... ViiIIma lirnnch ... North. ..2:01V. M. ,. JHA,)I ,.4:2Sr. M.. Smith. .. 1 uor.st ..1JI5...M . 10 S'iO.A.M TOWN AND COUNTY. " "Thought nnd Tonguo." A Wedding in high life, soon. E. Anlbal bat sold hla rosldonco In Bigclow to Dr. J. L. Mlnton. .Tames Judea, of Hickory township, has sold his farm to V. C. Arnold. 'Thought and Tongue." Go and hear this locturo to-night (Friday) . John Green says, ho will boobllgod to buy a few moro yards of calico, bero. aftor It's a girl. Tennis Butiick has old his farm In the bottom, near Walnut Grove school houso, to A. W VanCamp. K. B. Randall has sold bis farm fcnowti as tho 'Landroy placo" to Wil liam Stoclo. north of Mound City. DnrlngtMs weather It seems to bo quite litshlonablo for ono lo carry bis handkerchief near bis nose, and talk like h...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 10 March 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. nr Donrxa a co. OllEQON. t i t MO AT Till! Beaton Coatltr. lti:STAlUANT. It Is the pretty waiter girl, She's one among a (core; And Hit not that I Iotc them lets, Hut oh, I love her morel Down to the festive board I sit; She stands behind my chair; I catch tbe slight suggestive cough That tells me she Is there. My pretty, pretty waiter girl 1 Blie hath a pleasant voice; Of chops and steaks, of fish and fowl, Bhe bhMcth me make choice. I ponder on my little Joke While Angering the menu; Then: "If we're to order duck, I might, perhaps, get you." Her eyes arc on the table cloth; Their glanc, It Is severe ; "Or, should I call for venison, rwcre you aualn, my dear." She wears the lofty look of occ Who icarchtth the top shelf; "Pray do not ask for goose," says she; "For you might get yourself." Tni: LOST KOKN. Ah, for a little moment might I stand In that enchanted world with that lost band, Fulfilled with love that as at peace with pride, Soul-satlsflcd, And find the da...

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 March 1882

V .".TV ;: it THE COUNTY PAPER, lidlMM A CO, rabllttirrii. OREGON, i : : MO Agricultural Itcnm, It is ro ported that 2,252 women aro ntraged in farming in Indiana. Altogether the silo bids (air to mid jiow oncourawment to tho agricultur ists of tho older statoi. The soonor tho farmers of tho prairies get thoir land under-drained, tho sooner thoy will lessen tho number of failures in tho crops, This is a good month in which to draw out liiumiro and top drees around fruit trees, also current bushes, which latter should bo mulched. Ten years ago it cost nearly aa much ' to get a bushol of grain from Buffalo to Now York as it now does to carry it from Chicago to Liverpool. Silver dollars with holes in them aro Salnfully numerous, but thoy aro not alf so painfully numerous as holes without any silver dollars around them. General Harding's furminTonncsce contains 3,787 acres, whoro 300 wild deer, SO brood marcs and a largo num ber of Jorsey cattlo and high bred ehcop aro kept. A lloxiblo ...

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 March 1882

M-.r . ft, vpW lim '4V a its , THE COUNTY PAPER, .... v 1'. DOIIYNS. tSt CO. OIlKdOX, MO. Advertising Rnto.i, which are ery reasoned, y.hen the Jurjfn cir culation orTHl'.Cou.vTVl'Al'Ml N rdiisMori-il will ho' im.h1 o known on application to the lub-llshcrs. Money may he sent lit our rik hy l'osNnirc Order", tlratt or reulstrred Ibttcr. CirreponJenru unit new iiri' nlv.nys desired. tint letter imit tie hrlcf unit mutt have the Pennine nam of the iiiitlinr. not for iuhllentlon hut m n Rii'tranty t ciM 'f.ilth. C'ommiiiiteatlont In th Interest of candhlatet will he churned for at the rate ot three cenlt rer wont, cath In mtvaiife. Ohltuary )ioetry will hr charged for nt the rntu ot ten rents ier Hue unit thu Ciisli ini.st nrcompMiytlio mnntiseiipt. ltejected manuscript will not he returned. U-tters for publliutlim nhnf.ld reneli ut hy Tuesday iwon to Insure Insertion In that week's paper. All letters should he addressed to nil! county iwrni:. Oni:(Ki.v, Mo. Knterfd at the l'ottoniee a...

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 March 1882

SUNDAY ;tK.Vl)lNO. Synopfli of n DiiconrM Preached Intho Chris by Beauttt. TilF. TIIUF.K KIMItlOMS. Redeemed man, in IiIh most woi.de.r ful career from his tiirth to his ovurln.st lug tle.Ulny, litis io tin with three king jtloniH, namely: Nature, (Iruee mitl Glory. Thu ilivst is Ms-ontlnl to tlie see ,011(1, tlio second to tliu third. Thu All .vlso find loving (1ml had so ordered. n each of these kingdoms are two par tmts of which man U born. In Kn'uro, the Father and thu Mother. In (Sraee, ilm Spirit nnd thu V titer. In Glory. God mid tho Grave. Thcro Is, or can lie, no perfect life without a birth, a loMirreetlm. Does not the whole ma terial world nfllrm in thunder tones tjjl truth, In so far ui it relates to It? 'Tis tiTLio tho seed litis within it the perm of life, but that germ Is only per fected when thu seed Is buried in tliu earth nnd cninuB forth, ,'fir?t the hliule, then the oar." A resurrection, a birth ft essential to its pcrfertlon. God spoke (the first apple tree into...

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. — 10 March 1882

IN MEMORIAM. Eulogy U-ltrrre d Itjr Hon. .lam- O. Maine, on the Lire and Death of JAMES A. (lAnPIK.t.O, Pel), '47, IHH'i. WAsnuwros, Feb. 27. IMor to 10 o'clock this morning admission to the Capitol was re fused to all save members ot Congress and tliclr employ c, but it that liour the doors were thrown open to pcrMW holding ticket" to the memorial ncrvtct o the late James A. Uarflcld, mil soon the gallirir ot the Houc were Ulletl to their utmoet capacity. A large malorltyof th' spec- uiium nvii: i.nm i( i, uu mil, iii it pvft;i in mi- in;- vac-iuii iimi iui iim muni, fill ft. wiriaitmi lirmili, color, and somber black wastho prevailing hue. There weru no signs of mourning In the hall. A full Ictiatli portrait of the late l'rcstdtnt hung juit back ot the chair of tho presiding officer, twine ttclf undated. Tho members of the House were cirlv In attendance, all liclng ar raved In black. In the lobby, back of the Btieak VI n lll-ift, nil .'in. tiiv l.nim n iia C 1.1 VIVIllli Il lnlerv...

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 March 1882

"f WASHINGTON. flummarjof Congressional Proceedings. SENATE. WasihnotoK, Feb. 34. Dnvta, of Vfetl Vir ginia, oHercd and adrocfttcd resolution ro quettlcft the committee on military affairs to Inqnlro Into the expediency of giving more aid tlianla now provided to various states and Ter ritories In order to promote and encourage the mllltla forces of the country and strengthen their efficiency. AJopted. Dayard offered a resolution that the committee on foreign affalia be Instructed to Inquire whether there are any promises or stipula tions by which Intervention by the United Stales In the existing controversies be tween Chill and Bolivia have been expressed or Implied by the government, or by any penons offltiUly connected with tho government of the United States, or whether tne Influence of tbu United State has been In any way exerted, promised or Intimated In connection with or In relation to said contracts by any ono officially connected with th government of the United States In t...

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 March 1882

TUB Oll.VTtOX. The eulogy of Mr. Maine upon the martyred Gnrfiohl, Monday ot last week, nnd which Is published In full In this I sue of Thk County Paii:u, was worthy of the occasion, a tluu and dlscrimtuat ,ing analysis of bts character, u loving and beautiful tribute to his great ness. It will rank in the llrot class of the funeral orutiuus of American litera ture, There Is a Jino clearness and dispatch with which the orator draws the" Garfield lineage, in )ts cloto relation to the his tory of two continents, and puts the true coloring upon his youth. The Btory of his life is neccsArily familiar, but Mr. Illnlue weaves in an Interesting bit of justice to almost forgotten Judge Advocate General Holt, and the sketch of Clay, Douglass and Stephens as thw three parhmentary leaders of our histo ry is fresh, as well as tho comparison of Garfield to Peel, Hentlnck, llurke mid Gladstone. There is a trill o of self- consciousness In his exaggeration ot "tko storm of Uwt motion" which the no...

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. — 10 March 1882

fii' r Real EtUtt Movements. Below wo publish a list of real estnto transfers (or tho month of Fobrnnry : M Ammnn and wlf toJro KCnto tititl J Whw: low 7. H. lo, II, Mt H, WijiitiiUlty... OM riios it jootie. nun iif reunw olS 8.7. , tk M Knn-H J 'liy.. . .. oeo Aciinett onil wile lo 11 Mitchell i n n KF wellc'r andVlfeto U H Jtershbcrge r part of lot 13, In bk '"M1i,i,,'VHl,Yi:.,i''4;.V, Hcnnrtta inineim tunl husband to H Ann Canon I lots Ic. 13, lK .'rot tliy'r-v,". Vr Hamilton lo Minerva Dawson Ms A. lJ,b,wo nelflnVeyajH lot t part lot , hk 3, Mound City. .. .......... lrnuSsscll, anil wife to .10 Meyer 110 a so. M. ...(:.'." ;'!,"-:: ViV -ViV. til ulfe t .W" V J rroxor to 8 Dick) lot 3, bk 0, Mound 1 'l? MUftvlVnil wlVu toil il Morris t'i'lio Tit VA,?'to ' JJ inRi.Vin'.'i'VlV;,! if. IKK) .it0 J.1XI too 400 3,300 OFFICE OF 10OO,. 1902 & 1904 Fredorick Avenue, ST. JOSEPH, Sid, MARCH 1, 1888. HISTORY OF HOLT AND ATClllSGN BOUNTIES. IMtOsT'litTlIl The tuiilt'is-g- v- io.-n In ulu...

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. — 10 March 1882

..i&te. .1 'rnmm .vSimKmiw:iVY.&mm . - ' A COUNTY PAPER, v JHH1YNB. A CO. onwioN, ro. AArtttltiag Rates, -Which are very ravtonable, when the larfjp clr- dilation of Tiir Countv IWrMt Is conMdf rod will be made known uu application to tlie i Ushers. Money may be ent nt our rhk by INntofBce flrilrr, draft or registered letter. Cnrrepon4enc and news are always desired, but letters mint bo brief mid must line tlic genuine, name of the Author, not for publication but ni n guaranty f god faith. ('onimunlentlnn In the Interest f candidates will be charged for At the rota of three cents perword,cash In advance. Obituary poetry will be charged for at the rate of ten cents per line and the Cash must aceompanythe manuscript. " Rejected manuscript will not be returued. Jitters for publication shftuld reach Us by .Tuesday nton to Insure Insertion In that neck's paper. ' AJ1 letters should he addressed to ' ' THE COUNTV l'Al'Ki:, ' Okf.uun. Mo. Entered nt the fostonice at Oregon, Mo seco...

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 March 1882

1 4' II 8 1 a) 3 : IT I 6 . I VOLUME XVII. TIME TABLE. Kmim Cltr. . Vamtth 4k Coaell fan Rallroml. Tam Fortrt City. Mail and Kxprtu... Jo . ... Vnllica branch ... North. South. ..itoar. m l-.sor.M ,llA, M UllS.A.M ..4:231-. M WrW.A.M ATTENTION REPUBLICANS. Tho Kopubllcan voters of tlio City of Oregon, aro requested to meet at tho Mayor's office,' !n tins 'city, on Saturday evening, March"l8th, at 7 o'clock. Mant Voters. TOWN AND COUNTY. Sr. Patrick's Day. In Iho morning. Wo fear that "our boys" are forc ing tho marble season. Our society belles aro talking up the new stylus of (spring bonnet. The indepondchco of the Nodaway Democrat doesn't seem to hurt it much. .lames Curtis, of Union district, hs purchased a fino two-year-old Norman tjtnlllon. Bob. Fredrieks, has purchased tho Payne property noir tho M. K. Church. Puce, five hundred, and fifty dollarw. The Old School Baptists held a so cial meeting, Sunday evening lust, nt tho rosldeneo of Peter Prieo, in tho eastern part of the c...

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