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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 March 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. njr DOniTNS A CO. OREGON. ! MO CWlllENT TOPICS. Tennyson has written a nowpoom on Utlcd "Chorgo of tlio Honvy Brigade" Competent critics say It Is not a groat poem, being dull, labored, clumsy, and dostltuto or Imagination. A sofa which oncobolonged to Wash ington, and for many yoara has boon tho property of tho Union Loaguo of Phila delphia, has been presented to' that city, and will bo placed In Indopondonco Hall. Thero aro now traveling In this coun try 173 mlnstrol and theatrical compan ies. It Is estimated that thoso troupes havo paid during tho last year for rail road fares $1,250,0005 for printing and posting, $1,600,000, and for salaries, $1,000,000 in all nearly $4,000,000. There Is a movement In tho Kentucky Legislature for tho equalization of tho distribution of tho school fund between tho white and colored pcoplo ot tho State Adlsorlm na im Is now ruado against tho colored pcoplo on tho ground that thoy pay taxes on only $3,600,000 woith of property. Po...

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 March 1882

WEEKLY REVIEW. General Nw Snmmnrr. Tlio gas works at Wllkosbano, Fa., vrcre demolished by an explosion, March 7lh. Tho Govornor of Illinois has hwuod his proclamation for a special session of the Legislature. Discouraging roports contlnuo to como from tho logging camps. Tho business Is over for tho season. Tho emigration from Gormany to America this Tear prom'ses to bo very much greater than last year. Tho total bullion output of Arizona (Sold, silver, and copper) for tho year 18S1, amounts totl3, ,171,707. At Walnut Hills, Ohio, March fid., Jcsjo Itlchardson, a colored boy, was accident ly killed by a schoolmate. Tho Amorican Consul Gonoral at Shanghai has lately ecnt twenty boxes of bam boo cuttlncs for transplanting In Oregon. llo'.wojn 100 anil 200 colorod pooplo from Tcnncssco arrived at Topeka, Kansas, March 7th, mostly relatives of thoso who had come during tho exodus. Atlvicos from tho west coast of Africa report that a ferry boat crossing the Lagoon at Lagos, capsized, and ...

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 March 1882

1881 Feb 1 6 16 do do do do Maris do do 'do do do A1 1 11 do do do . do May 3 14 do do do do June 1 15 do do do do July 1 16 do do do do Aug 2 do 16 do do do do Sept 1 ' 14 Oct ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF Holt County, FOR THE Year Ending February 1st, 1882. STATE OF MISSOURI, Counti ok Holt. 88. 3b the Honorable County Court of Holt County, In obedience to your order raad on undersigned Clerk of (ho County Court, begs struct of moneys tbot have nccrucd from tlio tho ainenntof interest lit arrears upon the itmc; and the amount by enen bor. rower respcetlvfly, tho amount of the three per cent, fund belonging to said county, and all appropriations that have been and also an abstract of tho raonoys arising from tho salo of Swamp Lands Also n stntemeut of the amount and appropriation ot tho Internal Improvo rnent fund, and tho debts duu by said county and a detailed statcmont ot the expenditures ot the sumo for the year ending D., 1882, showing from what ofllces an...

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 March 1882

-9r Jury and Election. Expen ditures. Fob 1 To apportioned from county ftaml. . . .-. ..... . '.t 106 08 t Mch 1G doi. 174 76 &Ap. 16 do 9 08 Majr 14 do 2010 jut. 15 do 89 72 July 10 do 7 69 t Aug 16 db 6 22 Sep 14 do 18 82 Oct 13 do 3180 Nov 16 do.............. 107 65 Deo 14 d 92 14 1882 Jan do 293 10 $901 12 ExhibiCof "Warrants drawn on the Jury Fund by Me County Court of Holt County, Mistouri, for the year ending February 1st, 1882: 1881 AogSC A Doughty ex hop; la w cloctloa Union Tp $ 14 00 JE Cnmmlni B Lcwii 6 00 .T M Clark Benton 15 00 WJI Richards trustor E A Stcr- rott E Low is 6 00 WGMcIntyra Liberty 16 00 UP Trimble Nodawuy 14 60 T II Bnrna W LtiwU 14 60 Peter Price Hickory 14 60 liirnm Bliuor Clay 14 60 II A Dtuksrs Lincoln 14 50 ' JWBrldKiiinn nlscelow 14 60 John Stephunn Foibcs 1160 Total $167 60 April adjourned term, 2581 . Grund Juror . flOG 76 petit jtuors 24180 Grand jfurors jtHbms...; 47 86 Total $394 90 January term, 1881 Grand Jurors.. $112 GO Fotit juror 524...

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 March 1882

T - ' i l THE COUNTY PAPER. 1I I ( . 1 ) Mtl !. OREGON, ! ! ! i MO TIIKMbTHOItlTK. The discovery, by I)r. Hahn, nn cmlnct Ger man geologist, of organic remains In meteoric atones. Is one of the most astonishing achtevc- of was mc nts in modern sclcucc. By examining ft great nnmbcr of meteorite, be claims to have utter mined abaut llltv specie of corals, crlnolds ami t ponces, bearing a close relation to similar class es of fossil forms ow our earth. The Inference from which seems conclusive, thattheso stones arc really f raiments of a dismembered clow. 1 From tlit- ruins of what world, Viom what splintered planet hulled, Hast thou Journeyed to our own, Ttiou mysterious fallen stone 1 By what otb's conflicting courss, By what mlubty comiiIc force Fr.r transcending Unite thought YaA the awful havo: wrought! 01 what ruin, of what wreck, distinguishable siiwt:, 1,'ost In uulllumlnltcd spite, Where ll?ht, passing, leaves no tracc- Wfccre through darkness shines the sun', Bearing warmth, ...

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 March 1882

WASHINGTON. Afimmary of Congressional Proceeding!. S1CNATK. WMmJ6-oi. March 1. McDlll mvsentcil the resolutions ot tho low Legislature prating that the patent lw be amended to prevent un- iuti exactions, tv inuonvs resolution lor invcs Ration In the matter of the low of certain Btato papers was taken up, and after some amend mcnt was adopted. Voorhces made a speech bpon the urgency ot better accommodation ot the library ot Congress. Vest Introduced a Senate bill to deprive national banks of the power to Issae a circulation after July 1st of this year. The Chlncee bill was taken up, nnd Hoar spoke against tho measure; Keltoeg Introduced a resolution that the Committee on Education and Labor be In strutted to report a bill for an appropriation, which when combined wltb the revenue derived from local taxation and Income from local funds shall be eulUclcnUtocivo children, of whatever ta.n Miln. ft mII tfiA dtntna and TfinllnA. an opportunity to securo a good common school education. Adj...

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 March 1882

FINANCIAL STATEBIENT Swamp Land School Fund. 32 02 do 1, do Kays, do Spt27,do "Aug 2,do fcept80,188l :Dcel8, do Mar 1,1860 'do 14,1870 'Aug 2,1880 Nov20,180G Augll.1871 Jan 15,1872 Fob 1,1874 do 10,1875 Decl 8,1870 Jan 0, 1880 Aug 2,1881 Juno28,1880 Mai-15,1881 Aug 2,1880 Feb 1,1882 Jfoy 6.1870 Marl 8,1878 Aug 1,1881 Mar 8,1869 Marl5,1881 Juno27,1881 Feb 1;1882 May 3,1880 June 17, 1878 Jan 22,1878 Aug 1,1881 Juno 27, do do 18,1870 Feb 4,1874 Nov 5,1879 Hay 3, 1880 Juno 27,1881 Nov 80, 1870 Fob 1,1882 May 4, 1870 Jan 15 '1872 Fob 9,1870 May U, 1877 O C Stumbo " Frank Snowhlte John Scott J A Senburn W H Sterrott William A Steolo A H Tipton Q W Thomas A W Vnncarap Murtin Whltmor S D WntBon J C Weston J. B. Whitmor W H Wagoner W H M Ward J M Wilson 11 M Wilson Jonoph Weston Pnniol Zachman Ji V Zook ly Balance 320 24 200 00 800 00 290 00 J500 00 900 00 100 00 673 00 162 94 100 00 112 00 4 10 00 100 00 050 00 42 00 500 00 409 15 440 00 480 60 109 12 .3313 19 06323 01 Bonds Township 59, Ra...

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 March 1882

If m . . . , la WlMlHD I III MIWI Ml I I UffTI ffitt W . "Hk.Y "V 7 3 ' 'v. . II Willi II llll I I yjMBBHilM (CARMSCtNC W HOLT fcoiWTY. hwO i 1 1 , VOLUME XVII. TIME TABLE. Kmiu Cltr. Kt. Joacnlt Conaell Blnark Rnllrond. Xxavu Fin-ut City. Mnl! und Express.... do ... Vitlbeit Brunch .... North. Boulh .2:09 p. m liflOr.M ,!:A, M VI 11B.A.M A0HT.it 10 :20.A.M TOWN AND COUNTY. "Borrowdalo" next wook. Ncocslty makes lior own laws. The lass a man knows the more ho presumes. Who is to 1)0 our county sohool Commissioner? Charles Soper, Is with Fred Kel logg, trimming hedgo. Mrs. Leonora Walters has opened a corsot parlor, In Mound City. -Prof. 0. C. Hill, will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning. Elder W. T. Maupin will preach at Craig, next Sabbath morning and even ing. Mother Gooso nnd all the lltllo gooses will appear at Corsaut & Meyers hall, shortly. A postoffice is to bo established be tween Maltland and Mound City, abont half way. Tho Eoct Forest mills run every d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 March 1882

2 . Ii i hi rjiu: arm p ape ii. ity douvns ,v 1:0. OHEOON. MO i iir.Tiu.iiK t.i rri.nciiAiiis. They lit alone by ta bright wood Arc, Thcsr.)-),alrul il.iine and ttic ai(id sire, DrtMintiijjof d.ijs koiic by j The tcar-ilrop fell on each wrinkled check. They t.iib J thoughts they could not speak, And cai.li heart uttered a sigh. For their s.id and tearful eyes descried Three little chairs placed ddc by eldo Agiln the sitting-room wall Old-fashioned enough as there they stood, Their seats of ll ig and their frames of wood, With tln:lr backs so straight and tall. Then Uc sire shook his silvery head. And, with trembling voice, he gently said, ''Mother, these empty chairs, Thoy bring us such tad thoughts to night We'll put thun forever out of sight 1 In the small, dark room up-stalrs." llut she answered, "Father, no; not yet; For I look at tem and I forget That the children are away; The boys come back, and our Mary, too, With her apron on of checkered blue, And sit there every day. John...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 March 1882

IHE XLTllth CONGBESS. SENATE. Washington, March The alcoholic liquor commlttlon bill c&iuo up on llayarU'e motbn to commit to the finance committee. The motion fras lost and tho bill wm laid wide. The Chin ese bill itu then resumed, and PUtto;pocd It. iDgalla' amendment, limiting the suspension of the coming of Chtu.ce laborers to ten jcars,was defeated by a tlo vote yeas, 23; nays, 23. Re marks wero made by Hoar, Edmund, Dayard, Ingtlls, Call and Miller. The Joint resolution Introduced by Saunders proposing an amend ment to tbe constitution, which will enable an election to be made by the people of postmasters, United Staled marshals, district attorneys, col let toi s, Internal rercnue and other officers whose duties are to bo performed within the limits or any State or part of State, except Judges of the supremo and Inferior courts, was taken up. The amendment empowers the President to re more any officers elected for any cause affecting Incumbent's character, habits or other ...

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 March 1882

THK :0)JWFYv PAPER, 1. DOHYNS. A. CO. UKKOON, MO. Advertising Raton, rblch nte very ronvnmnle, when the larue clr eniatlnn of TmkGou.ntv IMi-kii li ewnldi-rfit 'wlllWrniide-loioft mm application Intliu full timers. " ' ' Money tiinslf.s?nt t uur rlk by rotmcc order, ilriitt'wj-Jtf jjUUjrcd inter. 'nfrrs)Mi(ibnWil(irt news nro nlwVj )f tnila hut letter tmli' ho' lrlrt iiiul mutt have the KNinlno name of the nntlinr, not for, tyihllratlon hut m a simranty f giiM'fiiltti. Communications In the Interest ef candidates will lip counted for at' tho rata o( three cents Mifrwonl, c:ih In advance. (tl)ltimry pwlry will he chnrned for nt the rate of ten edits per 11:10 ami tho Cash 111t.1t ' accompany tho manuscript. Itcjrctnl nmimvrlpt will not ho returned, letter for publication nliHiifd reach 111 hy Tuesday Imoii to Insure. Insertion In that week's paper. ' All letters should he addressed In tiii: county i'ai'ki:. 1 OltKilo.v. Mo. Entered lit the I'nstofnci lit Oregon, Mo ns secmd-elns matt...

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 March 1882

itubnBOsrnAim rx neVjn oatio- If thetn'is nuyihinff like ,a fair cler tlnn l South Cutollnn signlii ftf tunny jertrs ll will ii nn itiTtileni, tinier tUc. llntt of fiinUnurlwitnio inwdit honrM -voting vifltUi'itrry. Go'rernhr Hnjjood, ndetTtlio new registry luw, appoints thtrivifdrHtlon ofllccra for tho. entire State. Of course his sees to ft that they are nil tnwlwbrlhy Ilourtiottits. Being mi uninltiRuU'd Hottrbnn hfiusolf, lio cannot' In, expected to do RnYth'nri elsn. The first registration will bo mudo in May rtnd Juno next, ntid tlio officers who arc lo supervise (t havo been ap poltite'd'tiy'lho Governor. Tho lending biildoziirs' Organ of tho Stsito comlnonds tho selection ns having been carefully made. Wo liavo not a doubt of it, Tho law directs thnttha supervisor sliall remain not less thnu ono day nor uioro than three day In ench precinct lot tho purpose of allowing-voters to lcftlster; tlmt after ho litis completed the reglnlra tiuii in Ilia fcovcral precincts ho shall op...

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 March 1882

THE COUH ! ! ! MO OllEOON, fEKlREVIEW. jierwl'W' Hnmmnry. , ry, o boot and shoo mnnufacturor ojtorhaa failed for $75,000. Tcirnllroads hnvo boon chartered to .row too lino between this country and Mexico Alonzo Follott, n banker on Wall ttreet, New Ytrk, fatally i hot himself, March fa. A stoam tug sank off Rico Point near Beaton on tlio night of March 9th, and flvo men were drowned. Nino buslnoss houses on thn Enst nidn of the jqnare at Decatur, Texas, burned March jutn. ine loss it reported at ? 180,000 A passenger nnd freight train, fol through a trcatlo on the Knoxville and Ohio, iiinrcu om. i-.ignt persons were wounded Advlcos statu that tho Italian bark Stneso. Aberdeen bound for I'cuuico'a. Inn Itch wrecked and ilx of the crew drowned, Including o captain Totor Hun.en. ! years old. wns killed In Omaha bv the accidental discharge of volvcr, March 1 111), in tho hands of n man who wa cicauing tuo weapon. On tho nftornoon of March lOtli, nt the llaltlmoro mines, near Wllktsbane,...

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 March 1882

HY THK ItlVRtl. I sit by my window wul idly watch Tho crowd In the b trect b;low rac, While up at tbo Hall tho band to-nlht Is playing Annlo Laurie ; , And my thoughts turn back to tho tummcrcro When together wo walked by tho river, .And watched tho boats as they camo and went O'er the water's glow and quiver; In tho waning light ( tho dying day Wo heard tho low wlmls stealing The voice of the busy city afar, And the church-bell's solemn pealing. With sadened thoughts, wo wandered down Through the twilight's fading glory, To where tweet music roso ou tho nlr In the strains of Annlo Laurlo; .And, pausing thcro In tho dreamy light, Our hearts attuned to sorrow, "Wo listened to the dear old air, . And thought of tho coming morrow i When you to palette and brush would turn, Lured by ambition's yearning, ,To reach Famo's dizzy height, and I My footsteps homeward turning. While pasting, you looked In my eyes, and said, (As tears unbidden started,) "Howtouchlnglysad and plalntlvo the strai...

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. — 24 March 1882

1 THENHAV NINTH TlfHTllfirr. That ft special Session of thn T,mln turo will bo called at ah early day, ;imoauiy njoui. mo lyth of April, there .is no longer a question. A Ml has nlroadv bean nronnved bv Homocrntlo ofjiclals at 'Jefferson City, redisricting tho Stito Into fourteen congressional utsirjtts, which tho Dem ooratlc Loglslntiuo Is cxpooted to ratify Tho ninth district under the n uw nn. portlonment as arranged by this bill will couslsr f tho old Platto Piirclniso, or tho pountios of l'latto. Iliiclianan, Amirow, Nodaway, Atchison and Holt, having n total population of 113,117 Tho population of tho 8 Into undor llio jast, census was u,ib,eut, wnieli would make the ratio to a Representative 162, 811. If tho nbovo counties constitute tho now Ninth district, it will be 11,056 fouIs short of tho rcqulslto number to make an oven dlvido all mound. Worth counts has a nnniilurlnn nf N ona iul,il wnuld very near make tho full r' and as It is about evenly divide pily. cutsno flguro i...

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. — 31 March 1882

VOLUME XVII. . A local Insurance board was organ rltt d lh our ilty last JTuesdny. Jas. E Cummins, was elected manager. Miss Dcllo Cottrell, of this city 1ms been engaged to teach tho Slilloh school during 1 lie coming summor term. -Wm. Hood, of East. White Cloud will start next week tor southern Mis souri to buy Btecrs for tho fall market here. Our legislature will mrot on tho llthlnst., in aocordnndO with the pro. dictions, made by this paper several weeks ago. William Cash was arrested lact week upon the charge of malicious tres pass and tried beforo Esq. Zook. He was fined one dollar. J. (). Stout Is ou hand with a now partnor j "business you know demanded it, and of course he was compelled to niako the addition -It's a girl. George Cain, son of Robt. Cain, Esq of New Point, started this week for tho nacifio slope. Ho expects to make Washington Territory his future home. Al. Wood.' who has for some timo past ably assisted tho Minton Pros of Forest City, will start within a fow d...

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. — 31 March 1882

THE COUNTY PAPEli. MOIIIM A CO, l'ulriltlivrii. OREGON, 1 1 ! MO BIlADOU'i. W. P, Kmncdr, In li.irp?r-r Midline for March, Tlio moon n light-hung world of cold Low drooping, p.lc, and phantom-fair: The fresh pomp of the summer lwvea, And fragrance In tho breathing atr. Beneath tho trees flat silhouettes, Mute Idiot shapes that shun tlio light, Weird crooked-kneed things, a flcklc crew, The restless clilldrcn of tho nfght. In Idle meant pantomime, They nod and nod forcvermorr, And clutch with aimless (Interim. fcn,i With thin black haiids.thclcaf-shrown nocr. Quivering, wavering there forever, On tho bright and silent ground Meshed nnd tangled there together While tho rolling earth goes round. And the gold ttnssd aery ocean Klpples light In many n bnczo . O'er tho sweet-breathed purple lilac, O'er tho tall and slumbering trees. But comes the dawn; The spell isdeno; Weird spIrlU flco At rlf o of sun. TWO HBS I KNOW. J:nRl.iI'Kr I know n duke, well-let him rasa 1 may not call his grace...

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. — 31 March 1882

j WEEKLY REVIEW. UeHeral New Wnmnmrj. Tho barge line's .chargo. flvo' conta n bushel from St. Loul to Ncw'6rlcn Tlio Ropubllcan Stato' convonllon of Rhode Island renominated tho present Btate officer!. Mary Hermann, died at Charleston, Ind.. March lo:b. atUr refnslec food for C3 J -- A flslilug Bchoonor with a crow of fourteen men was lost near Gloucester, Maw., March 10th. Tho Massachusetts jtonso of itobra entatlvcj has passed thoai permitting women to prictlco as attorneys. Ono thousand looms In tho Upper Pa cific mill, Lawrence, Mass., closed March 20th, throttlngSOOO persons out of employment. Flfty-ono oillcora and toachors In tho Chinese. Bunday school, Chlcngo, united In n petition to tho President, to veto tho Chinese bill. Tho Barron Houso ntFivribault.Minn. burned March 17th, with four adjoining build ings. Loss, $30,000. . A freight train ran off tho track near Downlngton, Pa., on tho night of March 10th, wm. Jtnicv, engineer, and Clem, Kcsscr were killed. At tho salo of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 31 March 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, . V. J)OUVN8. & CO. OltKGON, MO. Advertising Rate, which are very reasonable, when the large cir culation of Thr Countv Papkk Is considered avIII lit irnulo known or application to the. 1Mb .lliliers, Money may be sont at our risk by rostfflco order, draft or regUtcrcd letter. Correspondence and news nro always desired, but letters must be brief and must have the Ktnulno name of the author, not for publication but as a guaranty ( gtod faith. Communications In tho Interest of candidates will bo charged for at the rat of three cents perword,cashln advance. Obituary poetry will be charcd for at tlio rate of ten cents per lino and the Cash must accompanytha manuscript. Kojected manuscript will not be returned. Letters for publication shuuld reach us by Tuesday non to Insuro Insertion lu that week's paper. All letters should be addressed to THE COUNTV VAVBK, OllKflON, MO. Kntcred nt the I'ostofBct at Oregon, Mo as ccond-class matter. Terms of Smbaoriptiont TWO DOLLA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 31 March 1882

TWeVareioity lootrwome vays.ot cooking codflsli, iftys tho best Wnlli iiigton cook. v Tw Hrckcert liuik, Mmlo from harmless materials, and adapted to tho nueds ol fading and Mil ling hair, . Parker's Hair lialsnni bas 'tnkciAlia hlcliwt rank ax an otcgant rind reliable-imir restorative. Tlio name Connecticut, rpellod Qtilti nchtukqut, incans"landon a long tidal rlvor. It. Fronime. Eq.f a prominent drog rlst of San Marco, Texas, writers "Prickly Ash Bitters' have given entire onlisfuction to ull who hnvu used it. During the part two years I have sold Kcvcral gross, and tho demand Is eon KtHiitly increasing, which shows thai this remedy comos no to all that Is claimed tor It. Ai effectual purlller of tlio blood, ns well ns of I ho entire sjh tcm. Ph.xsicians In this section very often rcco'iumond It.' A wiishorwoinan of Franklin, P., has twenty olght living children. 8ho is about 60 years of ago. AroolMi HUUke. Don't mako the mistake of confound ing a remedy of merit with quack med ic...

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