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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 26 May 1882

8f THK COUNTY PAPER, . i). i ,uv '. IIOIIYN'S. fc CO. OIlKdON, MO. NKOltr.TAllY TKt.fiKlt'M Ol'l"01lTUNITV A memorial to tho President from the Synod of Kansas of tliu Presbyterian church, usktyp him to light the wrongs nt the Ncz Pcreu Indians, has been printed In a neat pamphlet tor elrcula-, tlon. It sets forth tho familiar story of tliu unprovoked nnd iinjiistlllnblo m t - - 1.1 t. .i... t I lugu nincii uiu uuvui Milium, in-i iiuu.i- tud Upon these Indians, and makes an " , earnest pica for speedy justlco In thoJr TMchiTs' AMOt'lnlon will bcluilf. Wu slnceielv tittst Hint tliu See if any of these Prices or Anything in List Interests You. this Terms of Sntoorlpttont TWO DOf.UKS A YK.lll IN AllVAXCK. CHAMBERS, MARNEYACO, FIUDAY, MAY 20, 188B. ST: JOSEPH, MO. 'I'm: State meet nt Sweet Springs, Saline cmtnty, 1 .Tunc 20th. We hope they will take some aclion eondeming ltlp-Vnii-Wlnk-le Laws, of the State University, They should ink for his immediate removal from the head of that inst...

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. — 26 May 1882

. iho wife of Senator Cntnnron of iK-onsln, who has beun dtingoiously ill, b now nblo to bo nbout. The Distinguishing Charm. A llellfflltflll fl-HfTMtli'n nf fr.i.lil. pntlieied (lotvcM ami spices li the llstlngtil.ililng cimrm of Florctun Cologne The bteaniboats mi thu Hhlno nro to enrry eleetrio lights ko tlmt Ihu night ims.engera enn nee the scenery. Advertising Cheats. It lms become fo common to wrlto the buclnnlngof uu olcnunt, lutcrcst Iiir nrticlo ami thuiM run it into some nuveitlsomuiit Unit wo nvoM nil mteli clients mid simply civil nt'.unllon to thu merits of Hop Hitters tu its pluln, lionoxt terms us possible, to Imlncu pcoplu to glvu tliein one tllnl ns on one who knows their value will over use anything clsu. TUB extti sohkIoii of our Legislature cost tiboiil$ !27,000. Altulv friend of ours whose life luul nlmost bi'eii dospidt'cd of, wus entirely cured by thu use of Kuglish Female Uittrrs. Tho l'opo has eon-tented to tho divis ion of the See of Detroit into two dioces...

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. — 26 May 1882

OOOO-llVK, I'ltOUU Y,OULI, lit HAI.PII WALDO em eitsox. OcoMje, proud wotlJl I'm jolug home; Thou art not my friend; I am not thine, Too long through weary crowds I roimj A rlrcr (irk on the ocean brine; Toolotig I am tossed llkn the driven foa-n ! lint, now, proud wo 1J, I'm going heme. lood-byo to Flattery's fawning facJ, To Urnndtur ulth his wise grimace; To upstart Wraith's averted eye, To supple Ofllie, low and high; To crowded linUa, to court and strict, To frcr.cn lunrts and hailing fect; To lhoc who p and those who come, Good-bye, proud world, I'm going home. I no to seefe my ovn hearth-stHie, Bosomed In jon green h.lls alone. A secret lolgc In a ploaiant land, "Whose groves tho frolic fairies planned, Where arches preen the livelong day Kcho the blackbird's roundelay, And evil nwjri have never trod A spot that h sacred to thought and OoJ. Oh, when I am safe It my sylvan home, mock at the pride of Orcecc and Home; And when 1 am stretched beneath tho pines, Where tho evening ...

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. — 26 May 1882

-'1. V 1 S I' o'rtiKrxo. Xtrper'aMttrutr. O'Tfatllp wm a Holer bould, Though black he was be nttors ; To Dlidemony he ws wed An lnnoelnt youDg crajture. Wld btr ho llrtd In payee n' quiet, For the ww no vyiaRo, Till on a cursed nlgfct he met ATllUnckllel Iago. Bee he, "S er wife's a perjured fade ; Ochl sac's a faithless IsasIo oh I She doesn't care two pins for you, But aho'd gtye rer two cyea for Casshlo I " Wid him the Rallvant j about AH In bar hours of layaure ; To htm sbc gave her pocket-handkerchief, AU for to wipe his rajiurel" 'WId that ho fell Into a rage, An rlc a wondhrous net, An swore he'd murJtlicr her tbat nlgtit, Whin everything was quiet. But not wld dagger, nor wld dirk, For that would ratto a foul ethlr, But ho'd take an' blow tho candle out, An' smother b r wld tho boulathcr. Tho Honso of Commons. Cor. Boston Herald. Tho houso of commons mcoting-room hrl Is a llttlo bit of a pmco.only largo enough ,$ lam told, to contain about half tho mombors. Still, it is solt...

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. — 26 May 1882

rwrr si ' "Vf! rnovistoNS. Tlioro was no pleco of news lost week not ovcri Iho crisis In Insh nf fairs which touched each oi our rrihtoisso nearly as tho recent smitten rise in provisions. A man, whntovcr bis opinions, can afford to wnit until next week to know whnt tlio Kngllsh (lovnrnment will ilo about the arrears " of Irish rents, but ho must know to day bow ho can mako a probably llnnt rilsiipply of market money buy beef or chlckons at exorbitant prices. Whether theso high prices lor beof aro duo, as alleged, to tho wholesale destruction of catttlo In Iho Western snows of tho winter of 1879, or to tlio speculation of n few dealers, really matters nothing to tliu Individual buyer, as ho can nffout j i o It 1 1 c r tho ono causo nor tho other by anything which ho can do. Ho has his personal remedy in his own hands, however, which is, not to buy tho meat. Hccnnrso to that simple rxpcdlont by thn great mass of householders of moderate mentis for a week or two will ? doii bring down...

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. — 2 June 1882

(UflM 3CtNE HI HCLT COUMtY MO.t ill Pi i). VOLUME XVTII, .' SLEEPINO COMRADES. )ecoratlon Day Appropriately Observed In Hott County. A.J OHEOON. For Hm fltst time Id the hltory o( Oregon. MrinnrUI liar observed. F.aily Jo the looming every thing M'cnicd to Indicate a fair jday.for strewing (lie graves of our fallen heroes with Ihe choicest flowers of spring. At curly inorulng iruila began to gnlher In our city trmn ton rounding country, anil many wrrn present ........... 4 .... .. had ralne from their home--twenty mile I Hoiti,.(lliiirli.ilriat tliiurtilvrrnliniui'lil , HoHif(.niicrl)ICMipiw(rswfrnurou1,iii n distance uflUlecu tulle In order to ln-aul Ify and niaka trrvirant the craw nt our dead comrades. The Urfltttc wu much larger Jhau had been lUilJcMuvte i), there being nt least Iwenty.llve hulrcfl iieop'e In attendance. Jfff. l'WH'KfSION foru-wllii strict ytcordatiee with (he lirnpruui, its published laid week, t lie column being hciul edby the liolt(utity Hornet Hand, and hclu...

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. — 2 June 1882

AT Tlir. TWIMOHr. M. li, iimxn. When the sunset gleams lu the western sky, And flushes the restless sea, To the swett Lenore Its mcsstngerj come Aii'l comfort her tenderly. Oh. the tlfacmM In, and th tl.le goes out, Anil It niti;;tti Its own song 1 w; But whether ho glad the sang or mJ, Her thoughts mutt J!.i',iril so. The sun comes up atd thi s:n tyies doTii, And the days are hastening by, 'While she think ot a ship that silled away 'Neath the glaw of n crimson sky When the world was sweet with the breath June, Was It ontr a year ago I of Dear heart, take cauraae, v-hen I.ove returns Tho iUjs they will not be slow. 'Twill not be lone she must sit alone, Wh le the Ulllcht shadows lie Like a soft gray veil on the changing sea. And fltuUn the darkening sky, for her ship wllloimc In with the tide some night, Llk3 a tvliltc-wlnged bird of peace, And tnoihy of her Innc and lonely watch In the twltlilit- hourshall cease. PAK3I, G All DEN AND JIOUS1 HOLD. An Oll-ll.iml Wiiy to Mcinure nn A...

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. — 2 June 1882

FOHFF.ITS. Century Brie-a-llrac." They tent hint round tho circle fair, To bor before the prettiest there. I'm bound to eay the choice he made A creditable, taste displayed; Although I can't say what It meant The llttlo maid looked 111 content. Ills task then anew begun To kneel bfforo the wittiest ore. Once mora that little mail sought he, And went him down upon his knee. 8he bent her eyes upon the floor I think she thought the game a bore. He clrc'ed tho a his sweet behest To kits the one ho loved tho brat, For all sho frowned, for all she chid, lie kissed that llttlo maid, ho did. And then though wh y I can't decide The little maid looked satisfied. Tli&MlscriM of llio Well. Springfield Republican. It is satd thnt a largo slmro of thoso who como abroad oatonslbly for tho cl uctittou of thoir chlldron, or for tho re storation of tholr Rchattorodhoiilths and disorganized constitutions, and who by long nbsonoo from tholr native land virtually glvo up tholr birthrights for foreig...

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. — 2 June 1882

I "V I TUB county paper, v . r. DOBVNB. A CO. OHKUUK, MO. Tarma of SmWertptioai TWO DOMtM A TEAR IN ADVANCE. FRIDAY. JUNE B..18B2. No little. Interest til felt in London niid Purls in iho building c( Xiarfteld rnemotfsl fio.oplt.il at Washington, rind TrouMirer' Olilllan hts relieved from those cltitM contilbiitlonR Htuouulltitr to 3:1,355. It is ascertained hy a committee of tlio Arkansas Senato that the books of Governor Churchill, n Treasurer, do not bnluncu by .1 deficit ol fl.ns.KKj On this he fjol credit for 2J,tH'u of term turned over to hi successor. 'L'iie saloons ot Clneiniiattl now close on Sunday, and the thirsty citizens ot that niutilo-lovitifjclty emigrate' on thit day U kentucKy, where Uourbon and sour mash run in Juiyu ticums. littlo Kentucky jj.il looking upon the Uiiclnnuttl procession innocently In qnirtd,"vliiit make all the (Jiuclnmitti men paint tl.eir nose-?" The members of Congress iirebecom in uneasy in Washington us the tlin lor nominating ronveiiiluis app...

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. — 2 June 1882

Lmj :M tfASBY IX 1UKUX1). Mk. D.Jl. Lo'cko of the Toletlu Jilniit wu at 0110 lime known in story hnnilutjn the United Stales, by the nom tie plume of Petroleum V. Nasby, as the ti ost satirical political writer of the opock in which Ills striking carl cntttres were published. Ills Juers were leveled at the defenders of slavery and the oppressors of the dosplsud black. Much of what he wrote 1ms boon for gotten . Little ot it would bo interest ing in tho poticral render, now that the bitterno&s of the utiu which his pen tooknn actlre part has died nway. Kveit Ufa once auious nom lc plwnr it unknown to the rising generation, lint ihe spirit which inspired In in thtm aiilmatva liltu now. Mr. Locke did not go ovor Urn usual routoof tourists, where Ireland ap puars at iu best, but Into the west and south, where the frulti of landlordism have rltwned. "(Jo into alwiiy," he says, "and jou will find no comfort whatever. It is simply a question of how little n family can live upon. They I...

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. — 2 June 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. DOBYNB & CO, l'nlillnlirri OREGON, t ! : MO. EDWARD L. HART', Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MAITI.AK1), 510. ' rWlrMJmin nlnrril In mv hands will receive prompt attention. Also liave for sale a choice Jul 01 uiwn anil larm (uu vi ij. DR. A. G YOUNG, DRUGGIST&PHYS1CIAN, F0I1UIJ, MO. Prompt attention given to call, Preserve Uons carefully compounded. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTOltNEY AT LAW, I OltKST CITV, MO. Will practice In nil courts In Northwest Mis souri. Prompt nttintton given to collections C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MOUND CITV, MO. Will practice In all the courts In Northwest Missouri. Attention given to real estate and collection business. J. T. THATCHER, M. D. list OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two floors north ol J. A. Ernes' Store; formerly residence ot Levi Oren. L.R. KNOWLES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MO. Will practice In all Courts. Real Estate busi ness and Collections promptly attended to. A. H. JAMISON, ATTO R N E Y-AT- L A W, Real Esta...

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. — 2 June 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, My IIOIIYKS te CO. OREGON. t ! MO onoviNo 01.V. VANDYKE MtOVrX. I well remember when- all folk old at ten. J iSttt, wMn I'd turned my first decade, r ...... -1 . .A.i.t irwn,ppcnreu moro iruiy buiu. IfanttM jhen tao fittenth year I'd run, lght none old till twenty-one. Acn, o3dly, when 1 reached that aire, A. held that thirty made folks sage. r But when my thirtieth year was told, I said: "At twoscoro men grow oldl" Yet twoscoro came and found mo thrifty, And to I drew the line at fifty. But when I reached that year I swore .None could bo old until threescore. And hero I am at jtxty now, As young as when at six, I trow 1 'lis true my hair Is somewhat gray, And tbat I use a cano to-day ; Tis true, these rogues about my knee Bay "Orandpal" when they speak lo me; Hut bless m? soul, I'm young as when I thought all people old at ten 1 Perhaps allttlo wiser grown Perhaps some oldlluslons flown; JJnt wond'rlng still, whllo years have rolled When Is It that a man grows old...

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. — 2 June 1882

mm wmm I '' I, I, hi niiir iiv.w.v.- taimmiHy, i Tdgmmttt tW' IE: " V 1 r v:".-r. J : tr - Ifc&ii r - . y.JUZk ill . ft, 4 Is" V i.i At. .i ..V.'j'h T.,Mntpin was TlMtlpK In , urtf iltf .oiu of Ooo, AudSRoo. i.ffi, h ittic 1 tilt , or'.ti,! tiiy, v,w melius lUJCt'UlldSV.TitKkK. w '.r"10' ls vltlUug-liirtr fdlhk'r, Mr. . uriun county, "NbbriUlat. arc tho LMbsU , .." . uTuijjj i, uuiuv anil wiiii. m iftrii- of V. V . lhumif. . U. Proud, of Dothau, Missouri, relAtir ln"IIolt otmt-, reni k taw tnrrs Irttfl woeV. With Jll. -u-. h. a. itou, n.prrsHitmg tho f..l","n"V: fihin.irii,gM, it, a iuswwii mih, nednestiny. A ; , -Vtn vm t6 Hook Port, last Mondyv T ( jt,Mr,P"iidn, or St, Joitepb, is F ' oity " l.tth,M nm' "'imuh ,J'i tlifct i' ; " ' M.-'-lM- V Mtngw, of Mitttlawi, I ufksre Xucs,k-v tl,c ,,c,i o MM??.? 'M oW'iVV'iUi frh.udi in tills -If you want to puiehay,) a seln J5 CQZEH Vrl':):' VATI,rMa t'" jWdvhluo innieuiher' that Ko.Mock &; SS;!;. f , l1'',,,, l.ctcrlcH kol all kinds....

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. — 9 June 1882

f VOLUME XVIII. Fire-cracker day is close nt hand. A Labor Union has been organized at Maryvlllo. ( Died, on (lie iPt InM., Albei t, In fant son of Oliver and Kiuo Hardy. r-The old settlers of Holt Ceounty, should get together In Oregon, on the Fourth. The Harvesting of wheal Is now going on in some of tho Southwestern counties of our state. On tho 30lh inst., C. J. Gnlicnii will give a neck tie festival, cards will be issuod in duo time. A right lively suit was tried beforo Ksqulro Zook last Wednesday. Tho pi antiff wanted about $160,butho didn't get it by a largo majority. Wo would like to sco a re-union of old union soldiers, of tho Fourth Con gressional District. St. Joseph would lie n gnod placo, and September a good month. Mrs. F. S. linstock, Sr., Miss Net tle Hush, Mrs. M. M. Sopor and Mi A. I). Wovkman, scut beautiful Itoral offerings on Dooor'utlon Day. Tliolr iMmes(."iro omitted from tho list last Uflek. Sterrelt's Opera House, is now under roof and floors laid. It will b...

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. — 9 June 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. UOIIVNH A- CO, riiMUIii-rn. OREGON, ( ! MO- EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MAITI.ANI), MO. Collection placed In my hands will receive prompt attention. Also havo for sale a choice Jot o town ami larm property. DR. A. G YOUNG, DRUGGIST&PIIYSIOIAN, FOIIUK3, MO." Prompt attention given to call. 1'rcscrlp Hons carefully compounded. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, KlUKST CITV, MO. "Will practice In all courts In Northwest Mis souri, rrompt nttentlon given to collection C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MOUNU CITV, MO. Will practice In all tlio courts In Northwest Missouri. Attention given to real estate and collection business J. T. THATCHER, M. D. OHEGON, MISSOURI. OFFICE At residence, two doors north ol J. A. Kecves1 Store; formerly residence of Levi Oren. L.R.KNOWLES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OKEGON, MO. Will practlco In all Courts. Ileal Estate husl. bub and Collections promptly attended to. A. H. JAMISON, ATTORN E Y-AT- LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Coll...

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. — 9 June 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. Mr UOHYNB A CO. ORKQOK. ! ! MO MY AtOUTHl LOCISK. Onr Continent. In tho light of the moon, by Iho sldo ot the water, My teat on the sand and her scat on my knees, Wo watch the bright billows, do I and raj daughter, My sweet little daughter Louise. Wc wonder wnat city tho pathway of glory, That broadens away to tho llmltlcis west, Leads up to she minds her of somo pretty story And says! 'To the city that mortals love best." Then I say : "It must lead to tho far away city, TbebcautlfulCltyofKcst." In tho light of tho mcon, by tho side ot the water, Stand two In the shadow of whispering trees, And ono loves my daughter, my beautiful daughter, My womanly daughter Louise. She steps to tho boat with a touch of his 11 n Er., And out on tho diamonded pathway they movci Tho shallop Is lost In tho distance, It lingers, It watts, but I know that Its coming will prove That It went to the Wills of tho wonderful city, Tho magical City of Love. In the light of the moon, by the si...

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. — 9 June 1882

THK spirit ol tlio uoimwiiiun is treason, u lit Hit! Impression of tlio viist nmjority of our people tlmt wo wore a sovereign iintlun before tho wur by the terms of tlio Constitution to tho same extent tlmt wo aro now: tlmt tlic authorities whom Dr. Laws quotes so copiously wore, overwhelmed nnd set aside by bettor authorities whom bo does not quote. It Is not necessary to repeat history and im nvnr lim old iirtnnnents :rtlu. Ono Mil. Mackky was seated by tlio Hons 'might as well .spend time in establishing in spite of tlio throats and protests of i the natloniil Jurisdiction over tlio nni PPUNTY PAPER, uv 1). V. DOIIYXS. fc CO, OIIKdON, Mil. Tarm of SnbiorlpMoui TWODOIXAKSA YKAH 1XAHVAXCK miDAV, JUNE 0. 1B82. Dcmoorats. Tho Democrats retrained from voting, It's a pity they haven't been doing that as a steady thing for the past .twenty years gablo streams. It would no a woik 01 supererogation, Tho only tangible thing, connected with tlio Con-tltutlon, which Dr. Laws I . ... - .... ....

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. — 9 June 1882

Tlio greenback 'stiito convention met tit Muberly May Jllst, and oreumzi'd by electing tlic following iicrniitncnt olll cuis: Thomas L- Anderson, preclJontj Wllilnm C. AMrldgo, vlee-iirenltU'iit; Ivsac N. Hunk, secretary. A plulorm with sixteen plunk was nilopted. It reaMrnis the. Clituiujo nlntfurii. of 1880; oiidornc tlio action of thu national com mlltw) at St. Louis; epitomizes tlio ad dress adopted liy tliu committee and re Iterate tlio principles of the party as usually forinuliitod by giecnbaek eon ventluiiH. It nNo condemns option eon tracts and rails for the. criminal pro ."edition of all persona dealing In tlieni ; denounces the notion of the legislature ( as in mteivai oi tlio democratic parly and us uu attempt to disfranchise. 190 000 voter:!, and as a crime against Mit frago which .should bo rwbuked at the. polls at tlio next election. The follow ing wore nominated : .Judge, of Supremo court, .hulgo Ilea, now representing tlio i old tovcntli dlst i let, in oonirrc..s; s...

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. — 9 June 1882

DAILY 'llYINO. The maple does not thed IU lcavr In one tempestuous tearlct rstn, Bat (ottly, when the eouth wind i?r'evej, Slow, wandering over wood and plft'n, One by one the waver through. The Ind an Mtmir.cr.s hazy blue; And drop at la(t on the forct mold, Co-al, ruby, ami burning tcold Oardealh l sMdual like thee; We 0!e with every waning day; There Is uowaft of sorrow's breeze But bear toaiclieartdeaf alow away! Up an 1 on the vat To Be, Our life ! polng etcrn illy t L.rss of life than we hr.d last jc.ir Throbs 1 1 jour U'lnf, and throbs In mine, But the way to heaven Is grow Ing cknr, And the gates of the city fairer thine, And the day tint our latest treasures flee Wide they will ojicii for you and for me. THE HAUNTED ISLAND. Accepting an invitation from a yncht ing friend to go on a summer crulso boiuo years ngo, wo found oursolvcs, ono balmy afternoon, sailing along the iron bound coast of Maine, and onjoy ing the scenery, wlih tho ocoau on our right, and Imiutwrablo island...

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. — 9 June 1882

r ItlttKD MAN. Adown tho otrcrt the married man Starts olt with hurriel tread, But from the door a wifely voice Oull,' "DjQ't forgot tho bread." IIo einllcs and nods, and turns to go, Tho carouss married man, When loud tho scmnt call him: "Oh I You haven't got tho can t" IIo nods again, In fretful style, But puliclh down his hat; And lc, his sister with a smllo Cries "Won't you bring my hat!" "Oh, yes," he shouts, and, truth to Icll Ho need no', sho.it so loud ; But shrill his son, with slunnlnR yell, "Theater tickets for the crowd." Ulsdaughter, from tho window high, Estops him with her call, She wants a fan, a pair ot gloves, And a new pink parasol. Ilchcarsnomcrci 'ardown the street Ills echoing footsteps fir; And all day long, In measure fleet, lie bums "dwect buy ana Luy." i But when the evening respite brings, ! And his dayi'stoll Is done, Though told 1 5 get a hundred things, Ho hasn't got a one. DUILI)LN(Ta hex coop. Mr. rind Mrs. Eimopenityke go "n:! Oat or tho I'onltry Mur...

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