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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 31 March 1882

ailK COt NT Y PAPER. Br nonvTfd a co. OREGON. MO i.ov"m urn:, WII.I.1AM WINTMI, He loves not wni nnote wveh I ol.l; I voliM not have thee corac too nigh; Tlic tin's roM would not reem pure ko!J Untcss the nun were In the sky. To tal;c him thence, nnd chain him tear, Would make hli beauty disappear. llckeep his it&te; do thou keep thine, And shlnetipcii him from afar; So (halt I bank In light divine That full from loo'sorn guiding star. So shall thy cnilnenco bo hl!i And so niy p.isdons f hull not die. Hut all my life shall reach It hands Of lofty longing toward thy face, And be as one who speechless stands In rapture at somo perfect c'.ce. My love, my hope, niy nl', shall l To look to heaven audio thee. Thine eyes tliall be the heavenly Ihjlits, Thy voice shall be the summer breeze, What time It iwnyt. on moonlit nights, The murmuring lops of leafy trees. And I will touch thy beauteous form In June's red roses, rich and warm. lint thou, thyself, shall not come down Fro:i that pu...

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. — 31 March 1882

TIIF XVjlHh rONORESS. HKflATK. . WisnrxoTO:. Starch If). Sherman nrsiu-nt rA a protest frooi mnv TJnlfn ol Mere against thcro-torallon of Flit John Porter to Iho arm) rolls. Voo res introdure-t ft bill to In reuse idc po"mns or persona who havo been pcrman cutlv disabled In lea or arm In tto military m natal to vice, from tSO to $40 por montls, and providing mm may scan no paw l"o nmeronct between cat sums aonthlt from February 1877, to the tlmo ot tho approval of till Lofran tpoki upon tharacatU'O Intro 'u-oJ him to appropriate th income from Uxm uplrlls for cdacat'onal purrxMM. tho loso of bis rom&rka the bill was wrera I. Voornao oacrod a resolution. which was adopted, directing lnaalrr whether ire sec inns or iro aiatuics providing I bat illA aVe 1 o dlors bo Drtterr-rl In civil antxvnt moot l In till force or ho ba-ri renea'al or modlflo I. Also, wi other It has been openly disregarded and vlolat'il and wrcUcr It tip- imco m provus' lu&rMiaiB nwi nvariGrrrja'er' rot uis...

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. — 31 March 1882

-- (? 1 Vssl m 1 , t -'fa.'- i 4 1 Henry WADswoimt Longfellow, tbobest knawn and best beloved poet of America, died ut his hoin'o In Cam bridge, Mass., last Friday afternoon, the SilU Inst. The Chinese hill passed tho House on last Thursday by a vote ol 177 yeas ( 63 nays. Wedding Chimes. On Sunday last, a very pleasant event took pl'acpnt tho ivesldonco of Mr. Geo. Moycr. It was the niarrinrjo of their daughter, Alice, and Mr. Henry Kunz. Only a small company of Intimate friends of tho brldo nnd acquaintances of the family wore present. Promptly at 3 o'clock, t. u., tho bridal party entered tho parlor. Miss Alice, who always looks well, never looked lovelier than on this occasion. Clad In a band sotno travelling costume, finished with creamy lace at tho wrist and a beauti? ful laco collar with fine orange blossoms at tho throat, inado tho brido's f ollvt as roh nnd tasty as tho most fas- fiacmis could co-ire. Tlio croom's suit was tho remilnilnn dross suit of black. Aftoi taking th...

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. — 31 March 1882

9&S'f-'ii " 1 , lury and Election Expon- dlturcs. Fcl To apportioned from county fund ;$ 10G08 Mch 16 ilo 174 76 Apl 16 do 0 08 May U i.do 20 10 Jun 16 do 39 72 July 16 do 7 69 Aug 16 do 6 22 Sop 14 do 13-tf'i Oct 13 do 31 80 Nov 16 do 107 66 Deo 14 do .... 02 14 1832 Jun ff do 293 10 $301 12 Exhibit of Warrants drawn on the Jury Fund by the County Court of lloll County, Missouri, for the year endiny February 11, 1882: 1881 AurSC A Doughty ex hop; law election Union Tp 8 14 00 JE Cummins H Lewis COO J M Clurk Henton 16 00 W.HRlchrtrd trusted K A Stcr- rclt... K Lewis W G Mclntjro Liberty UP Trimble.: Nod.iwny TH Bams W LuwU Pclcr Prlco Hickory Hiram Ulnzcr . ,k Clay II A Diukerp Lincoln J XV Drldgumn iilgclnw John Stephens Koines 0 00 16 00 14 60 14 60 14 60 14 60 14 50 14 60 14 60 April adjoitrntd term, 1881 , Grand Jurors. 9105 76 Petit jurors .;.. 241 30 Grand mors witness 47 86 Totftl 394 90 January term, 1881 Grand Jurors $1)2 GO Petit jnror 624 40 Grand Jury witnesses 210 ...

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. — 31 March 1882

1 I f , P.! VS. 4 1881 Feb 1 6 16 do do do do Mar 16 do do do do do Apl 1 14 Oct ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF Holt County, FOR THE Year Ending February 1st, 1882. BTATK OF MISSOURI, Cou.NTr ok Holt. 88. To the Honorable County Court oflTolt County, Iu obcdlcnco to your order madi on undarslgned Clerk of (ho County Court, begs struct of moneys that have accrued from tho the amauntof Intarcat In arrears upon tho rower rcspeetivdy, tho amount of the tUrce county, and all appropriations that have been and also an abstract of tho moneys arising from tho sale of Swamp Lands. Also a statement of the amount and appropriation ot the Internal Improve ment fond, and tho debts duo by said county and a detailed statcmont oi the expenditures ot the same for the year ending on tha first day of February, A D., 1882, allowing from what offices and on what account any mouoy has been received, and have atruck a balaujo showing tho deficit or balance in the Trcnaury. J. II. C. CUR...

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. — 7 April 1882

13 .' 1 'VotUME XVII. THrM AND COUNTY.' Tbebo)raka?4 oomnMBol Calling. Dr. Hedgpeib, of St. Joseph, has located at filglew, .Our County Court la I aswtion as. rVbastfd of equalization. Urs, kllerv Adams, living uaar Blffe); liW Saturday of last week. The MitMWrl river Is unusually low. She will hare kcr back up In June tbougk. WMF.HilWBijrelow, will open p a flrst-claSs bakery and eonfectlon ry in Fairfax, ltohlson county. Billy Mclatyre, of Liberty, says he',) sgoing to keep on doing his duty to the Bepubltoan party. It's a boy, you bet. There nmy not be owr twenty boys on the street every night, but we will pit them against any fifty la the statsv for..nolsc. Toke Wells, the notorious despera do, plead guilty to the charge of horse stealing, oud has been sontonced to tan jyears in the Iowa State penitentiary. Wo understand tbo accomplished Mfcw Fann'o Arnold, of Urownvlllc, Ne braska, will give a musical entertain niebt in this city, somu tlmo next niantlvRock Port Sun. Imnvenso f...

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. — 7 April 1882

fa V5 4 i v Tllli COUNTY I'Al'l'Ji. O -VMI J Oil. I'ulill.htra. 0BE0.1N, ( 1 t mc: EDWARD L. HART, "Real Estate and Insurance Agent, It Alt'. AND, MO. Collections vlncctt In my hands win receive tirompt atUntlnn. Alio havo for sale ft vbolce lot of 1 mm m il fi'rtn br -pcrty. DR. A. G YOUNG, . DRUGGIST 1'ILYSICIAN. i'uitur.4, mo. Vrotipt alien' Ion given t" c.ill. Prescrlp- tIonri-fil v rnmtmU'iilp'l. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FOUkST 01TV, MO. "Will priict'ce l'i nil courts In Sort! w ft M's- inurl. I'rointit nit-ill II Clvm tn collectm t. C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. JIOL'M) CIT1, MO. Will rruc' loo In all tlio court In Northwest Missouri. Attention given to real istatc and Kllirti"n lim'nc's. A. II. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, mound cm. MO. WIH practice In all the Courts ot northwest Missouri. J. T. TIIATCIIER.M.D. list OltEOON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north of J. A. Keeves' (Mors; lonncrly residence ol Levi urcn. L...

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. — 7 April 1882

TEE COUKTY PAPER, t DOBVlfH A CO. ORKOON. MO A QBESTIOH OF CO LOU. BT KKLMR I TINKIUM.' St. Nlcholn forMirth "Dewr me I" i'd Mr. 8trawb:rry Jam, A-growIng rat red, What a. nostii'f r untlo cmturol tin; I (an iweelj hoi 1 up my head, To think that I ehon d Hto to sto An In uttonVrcd, like th , to it el To at I should be placed on tte vcr lane ihel (Oh e earl IhardljrkitwmycH) Br tbo nldo of t''t cd'oua Blackberry Jam That vulgar, cosmos, Blakbcrry Jaml" Bo ehc fumel ni frct'o J, hour by hour, Jrowl:it less antltcs contented, Tllhcrlemp r broimesolhorough'y lour T.ll sho a last fcrnv nt d. While Mr. Blackberry Jam ket it'll, And let her liavj her sav, Kcptiqle lica t, asb'acUborr'.ts will, And grow iwect r every '. Hastened to open her itmwbcrry pot. "Ob, what a horrlblo mcisl Dear-dear Not n bcrrr lit lo cat Is here. After all," putting It down villi a tlatn, "Nothing will keep UUogood Blaikbctry Jam, Honest, reliable, BlacUbcrryJatn." Mrf. Strawberry J. went Into tho pall; Oh my wha...

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. — 7 April 1882

TUB COUNTY PAPEB, uv 1. IHMlYNS. A CO. OUKUy.N, MO. STILL AHEAD Corsimt & Moyor arc nn with a complete lino usual' up to to time Terms of Subscription: TWO 1I0LL1HS A YKAK IN ADVANCE. FRIDAY. Al'nili 7, .1882. LON (1 VKh LOW. Tbo very sorrowful Intelligence of tlio .loath of the greatest of Amevlcnn poets, Hcnr W. I'ongfolluw, wns announced In our columns Inst week. Ho died peacefully uthls Cambridgo homo March '21. Tlio suddenness of his death took tho world by surprise. There had been Hot htng except his advanced ngt : o lead ono to anticipate his Immediate loparluro. Tho reputation of Mr. Longfellow was not llku that of Ilyron In its sudden growth, He did not awake In a morning to find himself famous. Hut It was grad ual and wholesome, growing with the cars, and expanding until there was not n country In tho civilized world in which his name was not associated with til that is highest and best in American Itcraturo, This Is particularly truo of Knglnnd. .vluro, it has been sa...

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. — 7 April 1882

GREAT 6EIM DESTROYER ttARYB'S Prophylactic Fluid ISMALL-MX I ERADICATED. 1 Pltilni of Smat Pox Prevented Vttrt mMtA and healed. SttgTM prevented, nil cured. DtMBtonr cured. Wmnu Ii ptilpd . CMtttM destroyd. le JfeOaWpurlied and .made pleasant. Tawed aad aiek.Ptr. mm relieved, and re freshed by bathing with Prophylactic Klnkl ndi'pd to water, Scumy cured In Miort Tatter dried up. It ltMtfMtlr bKrmlMt For lor Throat It Is it sure cure. Ml WWW OWBJuaxiOMj SeTUp uml liv Its use i' in . ontnifg. . . fcnmn I Air inane nnrnv 1ft and purified M tin mli! liv sarinming Kltil.l nbuut, Darby To ratty the Breath, Chun u tmw it Cholera Dlsilpated. , BMp fever preventtd cMi't be surpassed. Catarrh relieved and llV It IISM. cure. Ill cnac of dentd In the home, It ilnmld nl wnjs be used about tliu corpse It will prevent any iinplcus nut smell. An Antidote for Atl inal or Vegetable 1'nlsnns, Stings, etc. Dangerous cflluvl.i ot sIck rooms and hos jtlttUf removed, by It use. Yellow Fever Eradicated. mi...

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. — 7 April 1882

1 TIIHTIIKI- M MTTIXCIIAIIIS. They sat alone by the bright wood Arc, "The graj-lulrut dame and tho aed sire, Droamlnpof day gone by; The tear-drop fell on each wrinkled check. Tbi-y b-jth bad thought they could not speak, And each heart uttered a slftli Vor their Mil and tearful eye deserted Tbrvo little ehMrs placed ldo hy side Agilnst the Mttlnfi-room wall OliMashloncI cnouph a there lacy stood, Their scat of (I ir and their f ramci of wood, Willi tbvlr back so straight and tall. Then the slro 1 hook hi silvery head. Ami, with trembling voice, he gently said", "Mother, these empty chairs, Thcv brlnj u such sad thought to night' We'll put them forever out of sight J In tho small, dark room upstairs.",, jlul she tttumxrcil, "Father, no; not yet; Fur I tools at t'icm and I forget That the children arc away; ' Tho Ixiyi coma hick, and our .Mary, tuo, With h(T apron on of checkered blue, And lt there every day. -tobuny Rtlll tthltlleia ship's tall mails, And Willie i.l lendeu bullet ea...

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. — 7 April 1882

at' k ' .' lit W 4- -',. Sctenco In Artuncan Colli get. Tho Century for Atrll . Tho f net may not bo generally con j r ceded, InH ifco old medlroral trivium ami Qtiadrib Uttu comprltlm: tho Bevun llbcrnl oris (grammar, logic, rhetoric, muslo, twtrouomv, gcomotry, nnd arith metic), rcmnln to tbls day. In most of cur cOllcgce, tho pattern niter whloli tbo curriculum Is modeled. Some low amplifications, such tw'phyalo', zoology, nnd n very rmllmontnry teaching of tho modern languages, havo boon Intro dnccd almost everywhere, but selontllio study, Euch ns Is cultivated at tho Gor man i invershlo?, has ns yet gained r. accuro foot-hold only nt nbout tlireo of our collegos; oven at these Institutions Gormnrito nnd cotnpnrutlvo philology aro In th( Ir Infancy. When tho Import nnco of theso studios Is urgod upon members ol tho faoultlos of tho bo.irds of trustees, tlio f-nmo renly Is always re ceived, viz,, that tho classics absorb to much time that within tho short courso of four joiirs, n...

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. — 7 April 1882

AmenI "So say wo nil of ns. Every Itepubll i can, every lover o( good order; every t loverof ptinf and good society," every : lover, of honesty and honest government lit Holt county, will rejolco with the good peoplo of St. Josepklp tho (dec tlon of Frank M. Poiognto to the Mey 'urallty of that, tho Queen City of the Northwest. The Republicans nnd the boat elements of the Democratic party of St. Joseph, by their votes on Tuesday last, have proven to the people of Northwest Missouri, that it I to this class of pcoplo thoy vnist look for rollof from tho yoke of robbers, .thugs and Sabbath breakers. The tyetnocra cyofSt. Joseph, ns well as tho .Ninth Congressional District his, (or years boon under the control jtud dictation of Jim. Uunies, wjiom wo bellovo tho niot dangerous man to law and order, Bocl-y and Christianity, wllliln Us borders. Tho good people of St Joseph have spoken in thundering tones, and tho best elements of Holt county scy AMEN. Mr. Posogaloand Iho entire ltcpubli c...

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. — 14 April 1882

VOLUME XVII. OREGOX. MISSOURI. EBIDAY. APRIL 14. 1882. NUMBER 45. TIWH AND CtVNTY. The aach tree blossom a promis ing crup. The Harmony school ii presided over by Mis Dolllo Blevlna. . Ta Nodaway eoaaty fair wilt ba beld, Matacn'clag Aujroiit JSth. MtuKUa Bridge, will teach the priag term olihe Mill Creek school. 'Squire Wilkinson was elected mar r of Forest City oa Toe day last week. The aati-teatperanca ticket was elected at MxlUaud, Tuesday of last J. L, Dryden, of Beaton township, U making valuable improveracnu on his term. The summer term of the Falrvlew aehool opened March 27th. AlLia Joile Kertia, a teacher. -Tyra Martini on the Howlcy farm, north of Forest City, has planted about twele acres of corn already. At the election tor school directors, Tuesday ot last week, C. O. Froud and Daniel Zachman were elected. Jessie C. Cain, Thoa. Lambert and Pan.O'Connal have each planted one or more acres of onion this spring. .Dawson and Zelgler, of Mound CU7, have made many raltSablo i...

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. — 14 April 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. IHMIYNH CI). l'ubllsher. OREGON, t t MO- EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insuranco Agent, MA1TI.ANI), JtO. Collections placed In my hands will receive prompt attention. Also have for sale a choice lot of Uiwn and farm property. DR. A. Q YOUNG, DRUGGIST&PHYSICIAN, FOItllES, MO. Prompt attention Riven to calls, Prescrip tions carrfully compounded. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, JOltKST CITY, MO. Will practice la nil courts In Northwest' Mis' Kinrl. Prompt attention .given to collcctlo 'S, C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW MOUND CtTV, MO. "Wilt nrartlrn In all tlio courts In Northwest Missouri. Attention given to real estate and collection business. A. n. JAMISON, ATTO R N E Y-AT- LAW, Real Estate, Insuranco and Collecting Agent, MOUND C1TT, MO. Will practice In all tlio CourU of northwest Missouri. J. T. THATCHER, M. D. iMliist iil Surgeon, OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north of J. A. Reeves' Store; formerly residence of Levi wren. L. R. KNOWLESi AT...

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. — 14 April 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. Bf IJOHTNS A CO. OREO OK, J I MO IIOFE. Men (peak and dream with keen delight Of some suro-comlrg better day To gain the hippy golden height AH madly press the crowded way. The- world grows old and young by turns But human hope unchanging trarus. Uopclea'a tte Infant fortl to life, And gaily plnmes the boyish head, Her spell lurca yoath to manly strife, Nor leaves the veteran's dying bed And when life's o'er, e'en frotn the tomb Hope springs to shed her brightest bloom. All Is not Tain Illusion no Mere fancy, sprang from error's brain; Too well proclaims the llfo we know A higher life man shall attain ; And what those Inward voices say Shall ne'er Iho hopeful soul betray. , FAltM, GARDEN AND HOUSE HOLD. YThlto Grabs Among Strawberries. Fruit Recorder. If any of your roadors havo bocomo dlscouragod with whlto grubs in tholr strawborry beds, lot thorn try tho rem edy horo given. Ikoopmy Btrnwborrlcs In stools, ns I find it oaslor for mo to koop tho bod oloan. Last Au...

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. — 14 April 1882

rim .COUNTY PAl'JER, 1). i. nuiiYs. A t;o. UllKOON, MO. VAtlliS ANJD NMCKB. Tho thirteenth uumuil vuf ort ot tho MMUiluibult" fitireiui of StatUtius of l.altor ,h:is Jttit been ptiblislieil. Tito liuitii topk'.s considered urc : The Can lullim French in New Kiifjiiiiiil citizen-. Tcrtnt pt Bnlmorlptlon: fillip ; the condition of the nmuufiictur. i TWO nOMiVHH A VKAU IS ADVANCE, j liuj popiilnthwof K;l River, Lowell, - - - -1 anil l.uwreucu; a ml witses, m-lcuy, ami rrollis. Voty lmtunilly tho lust men- tloned Is to lite eonntiy inhume of tlio KltlDAY. Al'UlIi , U.U82. Tub Ixmlsville Courier-Journal t'oin pining thnt nil of tliu members of the Supreme Court nre partisan ltcpubll enns. They r.rc Itcpuhlloiiiis without hcliig partisans. The one who is not a llepnbllcau Is the only 0110 who hut dabbled In po'ltloi. 1)14 tha U..r ever know of u Democratic President I innsl Ittlm put ltuteH uf wages in MESiehnett.o, mul for nil occupation', nro yiven for tho years 18G0, 1672, 1878", mul 1...

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. — 14 April 1882

A now-storm, several feet (loop, lias blocxctl till thu roiuls tit Qnolicu. ready relief glven'tbi ruhnift and SMwrner colds by IlrownV Iron Hit I ecu ts sofcnllsfnelory that ninny spunk of if ns a complete cure. Kx-Onvcrnor Dcnntson Is reported quite III at hLs residence near Coliini Iiub. Persons llvlnfr in unhealthy localities may avoid nil billions attacks by taking utilise ot Simmons' Liver Kuuulutor occasionally to keen' tho liver in hunlthy Aetlqn. It should lie used by nil nor Rous, old and young. It Is not unpleas ant, ts a purely vegetable compound, Is not Injurious to the most delicate constitution, and will keep tho liver in healthly hoi ion It is repni'ted that l)ihop Dowman, of the 11. K. (Jliiucli, is dangerously ill. English Koniale Hitters Is an iron urn! vegetable tunlu, prepared by physicians utieeialy for the euro of III that allliut the female sox. It builds up and strengthens feeble, broken down and worn out constitutions, it repairs da na go llillicied by year...

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. — 14 April 1882

YELLOW OltOCUSKH. The whd Ins walled lUelt to rest, A watery glory fills tbo west, Where drops tho tiring tun; Among the trees the thrushes lng. Tae flnch and bU kblnl pipe for Spring An J gtidniss neir begun. The parrow twitters In the cives, The llhe si.ue her dripping leaves, New leaves o' tiniest green; Upont cliwn the daisies grow, And In the borders all n-r.w Tac croeuscs are seen. Urlght (lowers and brave I the wind hath blown All diiy wlthceaselc sob aid moan Abo.it j our slender forms; All day each coldcn head was bent, While March's paislon found a vent l.i iruelcst of storms. Yet no gold petals strew the ground, The old bDx-borders fenced you round Fntn wind and driving shower; The green box-borders, older far By man; a decade than ye are, My yellow, springtime llowarsl Yebcnt full meekly to the blast, And now the storm Is ove-past; The stiver drops of rain Fall from your petals one by one, As towards tho slowly-dying sun Ye lift your heads again. Bent, but not broken, by...

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. — 14 April 1882

HANDS AM IIOUMD, Mr. Tennyson's now patriotic ballad ran 01 follows: Fir it pledge oar Queen, my friends, and then A hcilti to England every Ruief, Ilo belt will (crvc the race of men Whs loves his native) country bcetl May freedom's oakforcTer lact, With larger life from day to day; He loves the present and the past Who lops the mou'der'd branch away. Hards all round I God the traitor's hope con founpl To the Rreat caute of Freedom drink, my frfcndf, To all the loyal hearts who long To keep our English Empire whole t To all our noble sons, the strong New England of tbo Southern l'oie I To Etigltal under Indian skies. To those dark million, of her realm! To Cannds, whom wo love and prize. Whatever statesmen hold the bcltn. Bands all round I God tho traitor's hopes con found I To the groalncfs of Freedom drink my friends, And the great ncmc of England routu and round To all our statesmen so they bo True leaders o! the land's desire I To bcih our houses may they see Beyond the borough...

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