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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 April 1882

3Iuoit has beeaatUmd written as to'thr- capture ot the noted outlaw jeM W. James. Tho mode of hit cap tutWM In full ncconl with his mode and manner of living. Ho killed inno cent men when they were disarmed. He kilted mon w. lie they wcro peace fully sleeping "Macbeth doth murder sleep1' He was killed when disarmed, by Ford. There was no attempt to arrest htm. and tho man who would i have attempted such an uct, would have been kllUd. Jesse James could not be takon alive; tho Ford brother took hint dead Jesse James was effectually ar rested. The end was In perfect accord with his bloody carcor, mid if Je.sc could speak to-iliir, wo bellcvo ho would say that he prefercd dying as he did to being hanged. The travelling public foela a great deal afer now, than it would if Josso was in jail awaiting trial. His method of nrrent was a little irregular, but any man w ho would at tcaiptto arrest him with any other means than a revolver load in his heart or brain would only have proven him sel...

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. — 14 April 1882

1 ttjprnj, agi! ' " TT- -m-lltii hii il fatlii, . ..f '.-j. . THE COUNTY PAPER. OREGON MO., FRIDAY; APRIL 14, 1882. SUPPLEMENT. THE BANDITS BURIAL. Kearaoy's Bed-letter DayjDraws to.lts Arms a TbonsMt Might seekers. It Tkft'niiannnloB nt .TfnA James Made an Event Memorable In Clay County. Under tho Grass of the Old Home's Yard Ills Body Awaits tlio Final Trump. The ArrtvM. fPi.oini tn tha St. Joaech Gaictto.l Kkarnby, Mo., April 6. Tho name of Jesso James will havo no grave wnuo Missouri's history Is rememborod, but undor four leet ol tho loam ot old Clay his body now Is sleeping. It Is tho only poaco his troubled life could find. The mound will bo long pointed to. No obse qules In Clay were ever so attended! n nnnn wan there ever a greater popular iniAf-A.t oiwfin. Mere curiosity, doubt less, to look upon the form and face ot hn hov who had crown up among them and who had made for himself a name in crime rt fleeting an Infamous notoriety upon not on'y tho town ot Kearney and tho co...

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. — 14 April 1882

ilosenti shopping, unit beg to stimuli tliu following parliul list ul tliuir "speeml- i llill.Ulf UIIU JiU UUUUk win VUIUIUU AUVTy ,,ltrtlM- - tics," with u few prlies which may no of interest to intending iHircimoers. actor, 'l'ho whole detoetivo system ovl . .I...,.!- ........ J.J.4.-.IL1 . 2 SUPPLEMENT. DO NOT FAIL TO CALL AND EXAMINE THE T I. A.3R.Q-IE3 AND.- ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF NOT YET DEAD. Jesso Jninrs In, Hut Xot the Interest In His Death hnd History. Mrs. James Returns to St. Joseph and Is Slopping nttlio World's. The Object of Ilcr Ylait to Sccuro the Effects of Her Head Husband. FURNITURE! CARPETS, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGEt) " i 1 ' AND :" ' , ! Upholstered Goods AT Onr Hntb Salesroom NQS. 512, 514 & 516 Felix Street; Llfc-Liko rortrolt 6r Robert Ford and a Sketch of His Life. her the Mn. Jamee In Town. Mrs. Jcsso James, accompanied by attorney, It. J. Halre, esq., and latter'a wile, arrived on tho noon train In tbo city yesterday, and have rooms at tbe World's hotel. Mr...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 April 1882

1 ..S-JkU. ' SUiPPLi3M:MTl JUSTICE'S SCOURGE. Cap. Ford, or tlio Ford 'Brothers, Ar rested On a Scrlons - Charge. Tlio Killing or.; Wood and Ilurlal of tho Uody on tlio Ford rinco. tho : hi Mysterious Proceedings at' tho Which Forbode Trouble , Other Items. Jail Adjutant-General John B. WnddlU. Adjutunt-Goncral J. 0. Waddlll, of Spring field, arrived lnthe city yesterday and Is itrp ping at tho Paclflo home. The general li not slnglo (hot. Illto was shot In the arm and over hero on official business, bat happening WMT,"""? after I left him dying. It ws taken up stairs cording to Hadamo humor), was substantially a follow i , "My namo Is Martha no) ton, litter of.Kobort and uharlcs Ford. Tha man Illto wan killed la my house In November, 1SSI, or December 1, 1831 Don't know who allied him. He was tilled on Sunday morning about on hour boforo unrlio, in tno uining room oi my nouse. vice Mddlo, alter a hard night's rido. had arrived at my bonsn btlore daylisbt on too morning of the dlfUc...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 14 April 1882

11 Mllltl UUIb Willbcglml to rrciuvc ii call Irinn citncr Lmllt-.i or itcntlemen when in bt. Jose-jib whopping, nml hvg to submit the following partial list of tholr "special tics," with u few prices which may ho of interest to intending purchasers. methods of a pdroly hlgh-toiiod charms actor. '1'ho whole detoelivo system ovi . WELTY BROS.J ralttce and no doubt will become a law, n It. hmili1 , . . .. SUPPLEMENT. CONTINUED FROM FIRST TAUK. representative net the marshal on the ntrcot yesterday aitcrnoon ana bccusku him with! "Hello, marshal, what brought jcu back eo eoon?" Ab," said the good guardian of the great city of St. Joseph, patting his enuff. box and thoughtfully raising a full "pinch" of maccaboy to his voluptuous nostril; "It's a long story. Moot mo this evening at my offlco and I'll tell you all about U." tl , The reporter accordingly put In bis at pearanco at headquarters at tho appointed- time, and the veneraMe marshal told bis story of tho trouble at Cameron on Wedne...

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. — 21 April 1882

. til. (urmTsokc in now dunv. ms. VOLUME XVII. OREGCXNT, MISSOURI. FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1882. NUMBER 40. T 1, - 'I TT ' " r ..... . nil) - iTTWItt - - A J10, bo TOWN AND COUNTY. Circuit court next Monday. Spring chickens will soon bo ripo. Albert Itocoker's now lioiuo is a perfect boauty. Miss Emma A. Davis is tcnchlnff the Cantor school. Frank James, without pistols, at tho masquerade. -Th Coutrty BikrA of Appeals infect next Mow (lay. There were two case before Major O'Follohlatt FriUy. Poverty, idleness and honesty never Irttrol togothor. Roaeoet Conkling will bo at tho masquerade Tuesday night. There la a good opening at Mait Innd for a good bookmaker. Work is progressing slowly but surely on tho Sterritt building, In this city. Parties who claim to know, say tho fruit Is not Injured. Tho prospect for a good yield is flattering. Simon Landroy, an aged and re epecttd citizen of this county, died last Saturday, of Influenza. Georgo Moyor, of Nodaway county, has purchased tho John G. ...

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. — 21 April 1882

TBE COUNTY PAPER. UOBYNB A CO. l'ubllhrr. OREGON, MO- EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MAITLAM), MO. Collections placed In my hands will rccclTC Jirompi attention, aiso nave lor sale actio ot of tuwn ami farm properly. DR. A. Q YOUNG, DRUG G 1ST& PHYSICIAN, FOltllCS, MO. Prompt attention given to calls, Prescrip tions canful y c (impounded. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IOIIK8T CITV, MO. Will practice In all courts In Northwest Mls tnurl. Prompt atttiitl.m jjlvcn to collcctlos. C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MOUND CITV, MO. Will practice In all tlic courts In Northwest Mluoutl. Attention given to real estate and collection business. A. H. JAMISON, ATTO R N E Y-AT- L AW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, WOUND CJITT, MO. Will pracUce In ail the CourU of northwest Missouri. J. T. THATCHER, M.D. ImpiisI lit Sri, OUECON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north ol J. A. Reeve' titore; formerly residence ot Levi Oren. L.R. KNOWLES, ATTO R N E Y-AT- 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. — 21 April 1882

.ii THE COUMTY PAPER. Bf DOBTN8 At CO. ORWJON. MO TIIBORCHATID TVEDD1NO. There's a wedding In the orchard, dew, I know It r-y the flower ; They're wreathed on every booth and b ninth Or falling down la (bower. The ilr Is In a mist, I think, And "carce knows which to be Whether all frtgrance, clinging close, Or bird-song, wild and tree. And countless wcddlnir Jewels shine, And golden gifts of grace; I nover saw1 such wealth of sun In any shady pace. It toemed I heard tho nutttrlag robes Of maiden clad In white, "Tho clasping of a thousand haniis Intcndercst delight; Whllo wh'spcrs ran imong tho boughs Of promises andpralie; And playful, loTlng rccssages Sped through tho leaf-lit ways. Then wero there swaylngs to and fro; Tlio weeds a tiptoe rose, And sang tho breczo a sudden tong Thixt ssnlc to sud ,'cn closo; And Just beyond tho wreathed alsl"s That end against the blue, The raiment of tho wedding choir And priest camo shining through. And though I saw no wcddlng-guest, Nor groom, n...

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. — 21 April 1882

' j- TIIE COUNTY PAPER, V- DOBYNS. A CO. ORKUON, MO. Terms of Sabs eriptloaj TWO HOLUIIS A YEA It IN ADVANCE. PHtUAY. AVIUL, !1, 1811. Tub Democratic party of this 5tatc vill be apt to divide to 'wings" on the .event nt St. Josaph. Tiir-ro will bo the James wing and (ho anti-James wing. Tnr. Kcpublloans In the special sea slod at Jefferson will, wo trust, bo will i . . . i . . ing 10 pui uioinseivcs qn record m np provnl of tlio Governor's conduct In tho Jifm.es business, And they can forco tlio Democrats to put thonisejvuu on record on ono side or tbo other, Last woek 9,242 Immigrants landed at tho port of New York, Xoarly all of them camo West. Such Immigration as was never bofora epcn is promised for tho coming seiuon In tlio West and Northwest. A great many of thoso now cowing org poor In purse, but tboy have muscjo, and that's what we need. Jesse James died as ho had lived. Ho took tho pistol and perished by tho pis tol, no wasim assassin, and was nssa sinatcd. Why tlilb wJilnl...

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. — 21 April 1882

IlKKSTORT. "W talk of human lite as a Journey, but how variously U that lourney performs It 'The o ire those whs come forth girt and ihod and mantlai to walk on vilvet lawns and -iinooth terraces, where every galo la arretted and every brotas tempered. There are others who walk on Hie Alpine paths of life against driving mljfry and stormy sorrows, over sharp affllctloni walk with hiro foet. and naked 1irint, iuM, mangled, chilled." Stunex Smith. O. she was blithe when the hawthorn bios' (OUlCll, Drown M a uut and honest cyril; Nodding to life she wont out to meet It, I Glad that her world wm fair and wide.'"'" So fair, on wide, It must held much blcsstnjr, A Joy, u love, not ynt awake; Bright unknown dowers must be blooming yon der, Where she would sing for love's sweet sake. So slui went on while tho days grew longer, Sho crowed the stile from May to Ju-o Aud the burnished hours wcro nil n pleasure, Drenthlm; words to her hear .'a clad tunc. Then came n trembling, like summer dawni...

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. — 21 April 1882

The fund for Sorgcunt Mason' frai If U,now$7,000j If you wish peaceful dumber at night, in uplto of coutfh or sor throat lake a itoso of llrow.n's Iron Hitter lioforc eolnj; lnnbt'd. It Is very sooth lug niul tpi'rcfjtilng,,. Try It. Supreme Qpnrt .Ttistlre Rllsha R. r'ottor, of Hhotle Islnntt, is dca-1. AppctW, F1oj4i, Color, Slreiij'th and Vljttr tf you caret thoe, tako Ayer's iStuupiiriflft, wliiiili will confer tlietu wpim you In i nihil succerston. Onal miners In. the Mahoning Valley fiuvo agreed to a reduction of rate. As a nervine tats' DarxteMon Tonic in most valuable. It cures wakefulness depression, loss of appetite uud that uudtltude ot disewmforts occasioned by a ditordeicd, nervons system. The Lewis paper-mill, at Chestor, li., Vhs destroyed by IticonJiary Are; loss $fi5,000. Ifyov lake Lois' Dandelion Tonic vlien you notice i-ymptoma of "Chills" you will almost Invnrlrbly escape theiu ll fortifies the system against the at u't of other diseases as well. It im proves th...

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. — 21 April 1882

IC IIITY. Oh, bring me nun i.uvuujt A true anil lit log vetlty ; Let life be thori yet erer true, In ererytliloK we think or do, Let' hare Inccrltj. Alul the world UltTltr; Tet there' ecant truth In brerlly And cruel wit U ebarp m Heel, Reganlleis of how otheri (eel, Who lore sincerity. Ceae, world, this Idle mockery, This wcree than foolish loppcry, For souls iro lost upon the see. Of mocking words, that cannot be In truth sincerity. I ask not sullen gravity, Nor apish, fawning suavity, Bat s ratio, quilt, genial truth, All brightly told by cherry jouth, With wa m ilnccrlty. Then all would live so Joycutly, All natute would sicm heavenly, Truesn lies would wreatho each happy face, And beauty gain that rarest grcc, God's own sincerity. TREATMENT OF THE DBOWKED. Two Thine to bo Done! Itf store HretblOBI lttstore Animal Ileal. Belts pKMlbtiitr ut Iowa Slat Bear of Health. Rulo 1. ltemoTO nil obstruotloM to Breathing. Instnntly looson or cut apart all nook and waistbands; turn th. pati...

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. — 21 April 1882

.if. any of these Prices or Anything in this List Interests You. CHAMBERS, MARNEYCG,, ST. JOSEPH, MO., Uejif.k Josso iTnmeos lU'scltlgung. See fiiulcn wir !n vorschleden cn Zeltuiigen nlterlol Anslohton. (Jan, unserer Melti- ung l(-t u. n. mich dor Wnrrcnton lu.) Volksfreinul, dor lu Folgeuiluiu uns ganz ails iler Setde ptleht I " go erlrettllches audi (st. rinr. nner Stanl cndlleh rcn dem gefnlirllehslen i Hmtpto dos din nllgemeinc Slcherhelt I gcfuhrdcndcn llnttb geslndols llefreit ' 1st', so wlederlleh 1st mif dor nmloren m, . . .m. das C.nbahron der Tngcspressc, welcho Wjl, bfi . (o m.Inv from cm,pr Tnin,., nr (Jentlcmen when in St, In Ihror Hntzo naeh Neulgkoitcn alios ,j0M.ph shopping, nnd beg to submit tho following partial list of thuli' .pemal nur Krdenkllche tlmt, nm nur .Mltleld tli-," with few"prh-et winch may bn of Interest to intending purchasers. Chambers, Marney & SILKS AND (ireat variety of Summer Silks, all new shades nt M and 76u y Foulard Sdks, new patterns a...

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. — 28 April 1882

(FARM 5CINC IN HOLT COUNTY SstO VOLUME XVII. TOWN AND COUNTY. took out for ttio comet. MaryvlUc lias soven drug stores. 4j6taiy Court will meet noxt Monday. Too Mew Liberty church Is being rcpalntod7 --Unlen Star. Mo., It In need of a harness naker. -Miss Haggle Workman will teach the Ma ker school . N. 0. Hopkins, Ii the new representative of Atchison county. A. II. Jamison, has; been appointed city at torney o( Mound City. Ilubesays : ''look out for Jo slycoons, dem's bad thlois lu de fam'ly" An iinuiuitl large number of fruit trc.i are being set out this spring. Lewis Gomel has gone to tllllug tho soil, and taken charge of his farm near Craig. W. M. Carson, of Mound City, will soon commence making brick at Mnltland. Btults tt Mart drove sixty-five head of cattlo t. Nemaha tiouqty, Kansas, last wcok. Mr. Henry Cranslcr, It Is said, will soon have his (arm and locate In Mound City. Deck. Albrecht, 1. feeding seventy hcadof battle in the northern part ef tho county. Joseph Adolph an...

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. — 28 April 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. nonV.NH A CO, I'ubll.lierK. OREGON, MO- EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MA1TI.AND, MO. Collections placed In my hands will receive prompt attention. Also lave for sale a choice lot of limn ami farm property. DR. A. G YOUNG, DRUG 0 1 ST&PI I YS1CIAN . roittiKs, no. Prompt attention given to rail. Prescrip tions rartful-v compounded. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lOltE&T CITY, MO. AY'lll practice In nil courts lit Northwest Mt tourl. Prompt uttilitluli given In collect!!' . C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MOUND CITY, MO. Will practice In all (lie courts In Northwest Mhtsnurl. Attention given to real estate am! collection liulne. A. n. JAMISON, ATTORMEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, MOUND CITY, MO. Will practice In all the Courts of northwest Missouri. J. T. THATCHER, 51. D. list OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north ot J. A. Kccvts' Store; formerly residence of Levi Oreo. L.K.KNOWLES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OR...

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. — 28 April 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. Hr IIOIIYNS As CO. OKKUON. ! ! : MO housi: ci.kanino nr.Li.r.s. Beo tho wild hotiso-clcancrs , as tliey scrub, llow the paint ana wood-wot k now they rub I How they eplash the soap and water Over things they hadn't ought'er And the flics and spiders slaughter. As thoy rub, rub, rub, dipping brush Into a tub, And vehemently they scrub, While the husband or the father Whoso patlenco thus they bother, Takes his dinner and his supper at the club. 8co them mop, and splash around ttc suds And from ovcry nook or cranny bring old duds, Tilings that wcro long since forgotten, Oarroccts spim from wool or cotton, Worn and torn, In rags and rot urn, Whllo they sweep, sweep, sweep, everything Intoahoap; Acd the hou e In uprou keep, "Till 1 10 faithful bus aod'8 passion Vexed at treatmcut of this fashion, Into righteous wmth doth leap." FAUM, GAllDBN AND HOUSE HOLD. How to Mnho tlm rami I'ny. IhoWcslcrn Agriculturist says: It will pay to thoroughly undor&tand fnrmtug, and ma...

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. — 28 April 1882

-IHh COUNTY PAPER, II V . DOUVN8. A CO. 0HK110N, MO. Torma of 8abcriptloni TWO 1I0IXAKS A YEAH INAIIVAMX FltlDAY. A1IUI ), 1882. I'hf.sidknt Aimiun will probably sign the bill which pacd the Hoiiso of ltepresontativosiu the 10th restricting Chlnoso immigration, as (t doc-i not contnln tliu provlslans objected to by him In llio other bill. Jcmiio, the new elephant, Is a great comfort to the clergymen ot Now York nml vicinity who must go to see hhu :u u great curiosity In natutul hUtory, nml nt the same time get a good deal f cir cus mixed lit ns it were," unbe knownst" to them. '!.. n, T.i c .i .vunaiiHib viUilll? Ill tUU OUUUI I .,.,,. i ii .i .i ,. i aneo of the colored element n t he po -1 .!... .i ... .i I,, i tics of that section. I hoy are publish- ing numerous articles, the drift of which is to try to prove to the colored people the folly of remaining with the Republican party when the Democratic purty Is disposed to treat them with much more liboralilv. Tills is otio frultof ...

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. — 28 April 1882

piPBieBiJiiBaiiw - p.Tpr . - - - - t- - 7 ft! Mrs. Samuels, tha mother of Jesse Jamr-, lu'liovt"? that liur on hit ironr tn lieiivr-ii. If Ibe doclrlnu ts truo t h tit. wo shnll fitiil nuprt'tne tai'pplnesa there by lining what wo liked bust to ilo hi tliU world, the nngels will have to look nut for tlii'tr wutclus niul pocket-books whim Jexso j-cls ncclliimlcil. It. Krnmme. Eq., u prominent iling glut of Snn MnrooK, Ti-xiw, writer: "I'rirkly AbIi Illtturs' Imvo given entire satisfaction to nil who havn uod it. During thr imUwo rmr.i I hsivo sold wivenvl groi, tuul tho tliMiinnil Is eon Maiillv inurcrtslnK. which shows Hint this remedy comet tip to till Mint Is eluinied tor It. An effectual purifier of thi) blood, ns well ns of I he entire sys tem, l'lnsleliins in this section Very often recommend It." Tin: Ohio Sonnto lifts passed, by 11 m ... . r - t.lll .--l.t.l.lt..'... it... ...... VOU! Ol IU to O, a till I inruiiiuiiiK "iu "nu of mllrord inissoa tiy Mtuto ofliuitils, men,-! be...

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. — 28 April 1882

siino or Tiinri.ov. nr wnx ciui.ton. I. Ye drawtn-rooms and 'ahce, I recognize your ili'iiilot, Your bulw bright mi 1 t dutiful the power o! their defenders; The while I cri-cp ncroM the fle it. and toll for mxu't es'f tei.c", And k: ttl r-of iiml nilnirid that sparkle In tl.CdWt.iuti'. But mil 't'KKn ivu that In the soil your ln'Jt fottr.ditlons lw: What would you iJd, wlt.il muM you do, and wcwltno' for tncl UnlcfB I (itrrcetlu darkntsi where the golden train has hlttb, lour Loji'.T ami your iiriftiitccs win go cniniliiiiiixlotheclith! So, dr.iMlnz-romis nn 1 palacw, Lay liy vo'ir fnclal fallacies And Hi ten fur .1 imtuent, till you've heard the cheerful 4 ni! Of the old j oif, t'je tnld plow, that tr.ovcs the world aloDtfl II. bold of Yc rumbling .nimif ic'.orlc, th it lojm as m mountain, And ce-djiii-r t cams of smoko nloft In ven-colotfd fountain', I sec yojr tWry temper gleam, In flake (Indvrt burtiltiCt 1 strike a spark of flinty tin-, tho bright salute icturuttiir;- But thin...

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. — 28 April 1882

LOVE IN A COTTAQH. Uncle Caleb and Rutb, his wife, Caring little for outtldo weather, Fifty years of their wedded life Spent In this tiny home together. Mossy the root and gray the wall, Narrow the window, low the door: Bat love't young sunlight hallowed It all, From rafted celling to sanled floor. Silent to-day, hnt silver sweet Voices of chtidicn long ago, Keeping time to the restless feet, Followed the mother to and fro. Scattered afar from east to west, Seeking their fortunes far and wide; No one stays in tho golden nest Whero such beautiful memories hide. Strangcr-fcct on the time-worn stairs Wake the echoes of other days ; Strangcr-volccs oro lifted whero Caleb onco "turned the tune" of praise. Caring naught for the rtesolato pain Of the the vf ml In the plnc-tops; Caring naug ,t for the grieving rain That to Badly over them drops. Hccilng as Uttlo the tunbeam's kits Killing iwi tt from tho summer sky. In a narrower house than this Caleb and Rutb together lie. Up whero tho man...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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