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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 9 June 1882

PniZETO NORMAL STUDENTS. Fire Volumes of J. O. Holland's Books. The above prize Is kindly offered by by Mr. and Mrs. Chns. W. Thomas upon tli following conilltlons: A tiH-m jf fli-rt .f II. .it. ....It., i i.. ...in i ..... April Bill 1M.1. for the lipst conrti of (Ictii-r-il I Heading. The test will he comprehension nf i subject matter trail, thoroughness of reading, ' mid iunlltynnd number of books lead. TllOSI- .l.ll1rlt. Ivlm lilt ll,l til nnniimfn fi. It... I tUttoKTu T r",lt,l;'r,!,l1,,l'''1',, i carefully such books m lie may desire to iib 1 mlts nu. ke ihall write llm title r the bk 1 wad niiil the name ot tlio author (using legal ! cap paper), together with a short and concise ! tttialysM and critical review ntcirlilmuk) til-.. with .me quotation from each, coutldored l.y I the reader to be the Ves . 1 Thi' reading limit tic done within id., tlnm J.ftivccu September -.-nil. m, and April Dili, lss.1, under the supervlsln nf l'rul. lllll Miil.uscrlptsti.be submitted without 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. — 16 June 1882

VOLUME XVIII. How would n gooseberry festival takof Wo will have two full mooiu In July. John S. Crosby will bo tho orator at Moticd City, on July 4th. Spring chkl&eni. aro ripe, but like die urwUtinics, tlicy nra dear little tilings. We woiihl like to soo every uusi HL'M twitse decorated on tho Fourth. Bit nil it bodonoP The fine weajher wc ri-o having keeps tho farmer busy and makes tilings wolully dull In town. Tho Union Sunday School picnic, promisee to be tho grandest afair of tho kind In tbo history of our county. Tho disease known ns black-leg Is playing hhvoti Kith tho cattlo in tho vicinity of Kagjovllle, Harrison county. Mayor D'Fullon, City Attorney Vn Mutkirk atid Councilman Mont goiutry ore busy at work, revising our fjiy rditianecs. A degree niceling, I. O. O. F. will tic liuld by tho (Jreeoti Lodge, on Wednesday evening, June l!8th. Neighboring lodges Invited, The army worm has mado Its ap pearance lu t-overnl counties iu tho Northeastern part of our state. They A...

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. — 16 June 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. IMIHV.NH A CO, I'tililWIirr. ORF.OON, I mo- EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MA1TI.ANI), JtO. Collections plaint In inyhand wilt receive prompt nttctit loti. .Also bate lor ite ft choice Jot of town ntitl farm prorctty. DR. A. 0 YOUNG, Dure; G I ST& VI I YS1CI AN. VOK11K3, MO. Prompt attention Riven to calls. Prescrip tion can imiy I'otntxmmuM. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTOKNEY AT LAW, IOKKS-T CITY, MO. Will practice In nil courts In Northwest Mls- roun. ironipi iiiumiui gitcn m luuiiuui C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MOt'NI) C1TV, MO. AVI11 practlio In nil the courts In Northot Missouri. Attention given to rcnl estate mid oifi-tiion iiusinrs. J.T.TIIATCIIKn.M.D. Hiioipiist mi Siwob, OREGON, MISSOUIU. OFFICE At residence, two doors north ot J. A. Kccves' Blorc; formerly residence ol Levi Oreo. L.R.KNOWLES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OltEOON, MO. Will practice In nil Court.. Ileal Estate busi ness and Collections promptly attended to. A. H. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, R...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 June 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. Bf DOnYNB A CO. OREGON, I t MO MnAT TUB CHAINS THINK. , n. watsoj. Throo little chairs leaned title by tide Against tho wintry bed; Three little boys ly snug and warm Each tucked up to his head. The chilrs were chatting sott and loir, As chairs at night will do; The children, drcamtog sldo by side, Might learn a thing or two If slyly they would keep awako And hear tho talking through. One little chair went "creak, creak, creak," And stretched lis legs a mite, Oh, dear I" It said, "my Joints are loose, My backaches so to-night; That careless boy perhaps may think I do not feel hh blows. Nor shrink away from every kick And rudeness he bestows. 1 wonder If all thing! can feel; JPertnps they can. Who knows!" "Well, I'vo been chipped by Alllo's kulfo Until I sure would bleed, If any blood were In my veins, And shamo his thonfthtlcss deed." Thus spoke the second with a sigh, And creaking sad and low t "Why can't tho children tender be, And speak and act as though They kn...

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. — 16 June 1882

TUB COUNTY PAPER, ' ' BV 1). 1. UOHYN8. ,fc QQ. r' .VIldoN. Mb.' Trm of JflVorlpUpa: THO lHJLl.AltS A YKAK IN ADVANCE FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 18BS. John S. l'hclps. of tlds Slate. has been appointed on ILU farfti com. mission. Gosta Iticn has accredited a lady Madatno Hcatrlco ns her Knyoy lv. trnordhiary nt Washington. At tho nrcscnt rnto of rmvmni'i. m. vents from iiihv will fv , 1411; u i Jhe last dollar of our uutlotinl jjebt. Dii Lvwn Mlnn.i' ni v-. J' J4A1!, iMlSsOUlt S Kit) I HI , Winkle, Intends to enter political life, 1 " I ( ... iiiu uu.ir iuitire. n is sntu lie wouitl ..ko 10 oo governor. J(0w the Ho;,,- iw ou. yen : -Kan for ltip.- Solon Chase tho father of the Crcen. nck party, has been nominated for liovurnor of Maine by what is known ps the "StralgU (Jrccnbaek Faction," o dUtiuguUI, it from tho other faction .which annually sella out to the Demo crats. Tub Tennessee Democrats are indicat ing their purposo to oppose the recent settlement of tho State debt. One county convent...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 June 1882

Monkeys, llko men, have n peculiar antnrnl aoliorroncu of snakes. Uystorlos, rt inolan.'lioly srmptoni oi urlous monthly trouble, nre cured liy llio use of Kngllsh Funmlc Hitlers. Clnvls, gratified by n visit from the bishop Toulous, gave him ;i hair from Ills beard. C. It. Lowii druggifit, of Cedar Va'o, Kansas, writes: "llmm sold '1'nekly Ash Bitters' for tho past seven or cllil year and eonMder them one of the most reliable pioprictury inedleiues I bundle, as Is ovlnecd liy tho continual increase in sales and the almost univer sal untlslnetion which attends tticlr use. Southern Russia is the chief source of tli tall supply to tho othur govern ments of the empire. For dyspcpshi, llliU9nc.m. constipat ion, tor-ld liver, sour stntnach, hesird burn, sick headache' &u., there is noth that equals ilalley's Saline Aperient. It Is cheaper than pllU, does not yrlpr nor sicken, is pleasant and speedy, is coolluc and quieting, and can be used at all times without interfiling with anp du...

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. — 16 June 1882

! I YOU. SO ASltllTIOX. JULIA C. ALIllllClt. lJunK Folkt. Tell mo not In Jrftnln? phmca, How contentment wettens woo', Harp such notuonse to the s'UKgard, Not to one wlio c pulses go Ucaptng with ouch wild cmot'on Struggling (or ttio u:atUlnel lleat my Mull Ah, It hall never 'Till the Roal before mc'r gained. Sitting In a mil', ot home spun, Mouth agape And folded hind, Is jourlauikil lad, ''Contentment," Waiting for his father' ltnds. You may kin hlshrow unclouded Pet and UMlse bis golden curls; Oat for mj, life ofcn sternly And his btttle-fltgudfurls. Stus (hall yield their riches to me, Ooldcn cllmc their shining ore; Science, too, her door stall open Oten all Iit mlst'c store, And the c'.alc lore cf saws Mine shall be; I'll gather nil All the wise luve learned for ages, And,'rcsponlvo to my call, l'.irtli shall bring her hurled treasures From ttis Hast an 1 from the West, And tin Fu'ure's startling wonders 8hU unveil at my behest. Kot tin spirit of contentment E'er to earth a tr...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 June 1882

I0HGFJBLMW8 FIBST POEM A Poem Written by Ijonfrtcllow When Ho win Nino Tear Old Mr. I'limcy'n Turnip. When Iho grcnt poot was 9 yenra old, his schoolmaster wnntcd htm to wrlto a composition. I-Utlo Ilonry, llko nil chil dren, shrank from tho undertaking. Ills master said: "You can write words can you nolP" "Yes," wastho reply. "Then you can put word? together?" " Ye?, Ir." "Thon," said tho master, "you may tako your slato nnd go out behind the school houso, and thcro you can find something to wrlto about, r id then you can tell what it Is, what it h for, and what would bo donowlth it, and that will bo a composition." Honry took his slato and wont out. Ho wont bohind Mr. Finney's burn, whloh happened to bo near, and seeing a lino turnip growing up, ho thought ho know whntliiat was, what it wasfor, and what would bo Iono with it. A half-hour had bcon nllowod Henry for his first undertaking in writing com positions. In a half-hour ho carried in his work, allacccnipllshcd, nndthonms tcr...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 June 1882

.... viiiii i iri). rlttrn i. P, lie. iS?! lla '"SH'm.- oft Vmnty rileUow - .'It taken lo IVe eoinliarlson ored friend did i ot V 'V okuI sense, nut no' viV 'V.'"1 tralHip In ILsIckuI sense, Utit .- J. ViV 'V,'"1 Pallor In , .V"0' ir, .'"'".Ol teprMcl) -in .rnl tron U M to have ui'iUfl Hie llillr, neither or w hint, had committed lecal treason. Tminn under the InwdiHA nut tiucc.s. nrl y Imply luUiny. Vane ami Nldncy are none I ioU? honored l-caiio behradc.l a. trailers. A s r understand It WnshliiKiou nml 11! stuml Upon precisely the .-nmn local Kroulid. The former waited wiiriitfalnst Ids lawful Miir. ami "T'i1" "J. -tilatul ami or tin- Colonist? was. hcivfi ri RiiUtV if troi.ui. I.w waped war mjulUst the United States, ami the constitution fUHKM tin- act treason. Ilal WuililnRlnu failed ami been hroiiht ttililal. In- cmtM not have sol ojima defense the oppressive net nltliu Ntltlsh Ministry ami Dcularallon of tiilri'inl-iiCL-,' nor cnnlil l.ct have set up llic reproaches of the ab...

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. — 23 June 1882

IMfi II itlniHlirilHTrdtHrmlir j.-..., whmiiu .ttt -. ... , 'R VOLUME XVIII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1882. NUMBK 1 I i t THE Anniversary ! -OF OUH- NATION'S Will be Celebrated OREGOIV, at Thw prosject for a grand and glori uu8 Fourth of July clcbration in Oregon brighten 06 the days go swiftly by. The itmlcntionB arc that tho eoniiiig cola bratlou, will fur surpass any heretofore hold in tho county. THo various committees held an en thusiastic meeting on Saturday evening, Tho linaiico euiumi'toe reported a healthy etnto of affiuitf In tho way of liberal subscriptions on the part of our illacns. All the other committees uuuto en couraging reports. Arrangements aro completed lor a nnlifury paradu and drill, whleh will bo pjutlwpaled in by the Oregon Zouaves and fiHy handsomely uniformed young ludiGfl. Jjx addition t this, tho prizes hi tho amusement department will be mi mor on us woll us liberal. Among tho many features In this dopurtmeiit wtll bo: Tho person holding the 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. — 23 June 1882

1 THE COUNTY PAPER. Ill) II V.N H tl CO. VuhlMiur. OKKGOK, MO. EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MA1TI.AND, MO. Collections platfd In my hands will rrcelve prompt attention. Alw bare (or tale a chute lot oi town and farm property. 1)11. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, MAITLAND, MO. (irtduttc cf the University of Mleh'gan, at Ann Arbor, lias been In active practice for lit years, special attention paid to Midwifery Mid tlio tnsenfes oi worncu nnu ciiuiircn. uuicc in jEvcrhnd's new brlel; building, Maltland, Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, tOHEf-T CITV, MO. Will practice In all courts In Northwest Mis souri, l'ronpt attention given to tolIcctloLs C. C. AIKEN, ' 'ATTORNEY AT LAW, MOt'Xl) CITV, Mt. "Will practice In all tbc courts In Northwest Missouri. Attention given to real estate and collection business. LEIGH IRVINE, Attorney .A.t Law, Assisted by lion. T. J. Johnston, of Marjvlllc. Will practlto tn all coutts In tho State. rrotr.pt attention given to all business...

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. — 23 June 1882

r- i, THE COUNTY PAPER. JIT DOllTNB A CO. OREGON. MO ASONOOFT1IE SEASON. CLEMENT 8COTT. Which is the way from the crowded city, To a land of shadow and silent peace, Where women can lovo and men can pity, And tears from sorrowing eyes may ccaso! For the tolllnp town Is harsh and hollow, And hate points eastward, envy west; Though many may fall, yctsMno will fllow , To a home of dreams and tho haven rest, For the lovo of Heaven, stretch forth your hand, And point the way to llohcmla's land. VThcro are the fields an 1 their emerald cover, The wayside flowers and traveling carl, Tho new-found love and tho long-tried lover I They arc better by far thin our feverish art, Wo are elck unto death of Jealousy's fetter, Tho sscrct dacirer, tho ceaseless strife; ties. There's triumph In fame, b it freedom's better; Bo Rive us a tasto of a wandering inc. The scuscs sicken as f ancle's hand Paints endless love la Bohemia's land. Bohemia's ways arc strewn with flowers, Tier children free from tho...

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. — 23 June 1882

-Tim. COUNTY PAPEK, I). V. DOHYXS. it CO. OKKIION, MO. Terms of Snbioriptlont TWO 1HHXAHS A. YKAK IX ADVANCE FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1B82. lltt. UAXVS AS A.OONMTl'UTION'AIi I.VWVFJt. At the Kdlto'rlal Convention, Dr. I.iws was introduced as tlio "foremost ' man of Missouri," mid (or two hows i iiml a half ho chopped up history, logic, constitutional law anil common sense ut a most fearful rate. Tho eoiive;ltlou was ready to call for tliu hills nml mountains to fall upon thiiiii rathur than be mulcted with the Thu "foremost man of Missouri" says: "Tho obluction most fromiotitly ami plausibly presented ami winch Is often 1 urged with great eainestnes and lion- esty Is, that It makes the Union n ropo Of sand, and tho two supposed infureli' unci's adduced In continuation, tiro null ' llleatlou mid secession." Tho Doctor thou goes on to show the difference lietwecn nulllllentljii and se ' .Hccssion, mill says that Webster argued CLOTHING! MEN'S YOUTH'S AND BOY'S j rest of Laws' speech. Tho "Dr....

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. — 23 June 1882

A subscriber writes an follows: I feelntoiieo my appctlto and s't relict li groiilly Improved; my o.xprcloratlon less painful hihI lens copious; my cuii"li less troublesome: ray slum) sound, re- i'lesliliirr unit dreamless! inv' nervous tiHon Is nil tfono; tny beatliln; less illincult; Iny heart's action umro rpgU' lr; my foaekauliit less sevcru; my digestion Improved; my urine clear nuil rolded without pain; tuy Mill it" more exuberant my mind perfectly nt east; und yet I havo oulv' jused half n VottloofUrown's Iron Jfitters." Tli dazzling effect of th olcctrlo are Is ti so'ureo at objection to its use ns n locomotive hmidliu'lit by the French enghjetrj! .who have been trying it. ilniloy's Saline 'Aperient is rapidly coining into general me throughout life Unjtfd State. It U n white powder, and whun placed in water, foams, sparkles, and tastes just like soda .water. It is very cooling and pleasant, new gently tton the bowels, relievo constipation cures nek hvudaehc, sour tomiich, h...

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. — 23 June 1882

tiii: it.i.i.oioii uainiiot. JLM.IA WAHD HOW E. Vtdin De norcv.'i MjnlhJy far July. I'oM a rty my nlnbow, lu Hi ftrtpoj mo't fair; Kmo In frajile beauty From the : est rn s''"' In tny heaven no longer Storm anil sunshine intft, An I tUiJp liuw, o btiriant, SmI i o ro t.Ise su;t. Then are ro'ie, trAti'tl.SJred, Which I vroro In Jay When youth' trenchant trl'tn Carwl t.ic'larrny. Qiletlydtmus them Kohl then each to each, la barmcnlou b'en ling, Klotutnt m r ptech. Hunting croon, most royal, With Btmlgeo! (,'oldl I, a trmlk-n huntress Cbed t'anr.u-h Fancy's woM. llautl(ul companions, WcrrIor to be hit, Snared them with my ipl ndor, I'ierecd them villi my wit. Her' IjitI.i1 purple For a brlmm nj? heart ! Only t.' coul 1 tate what Neither knew, apart. Katfe the lefty goblet! King the j cunl homl Time has swept the bat-quct For which this was worn. litre is rosy redness! Such ablus'a wore I, When thcjt.utli I dteanied ol lVa'.seJ me, passing nigh. Sroal tt lu the iuiu.t, Hide tt In the ro...

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. — 23 June 1882

V BIXTV YEARS. e. d. cnsEsoonouon. Dcmorcit'i Moatkly tot Julr. BLxty long years how the time glides by I llow far away seems the land On whose tunny height) Hope and Youth Stool lovingly hand in hand : Somo (loners tiro dead that strewed life's way, And some arc blossoming sweetly to-day. How the heart travels back to Its early prime, When thOjTrorld seemed fair and sweet; When never a thorn on the flowers grew, That clustered around the feet J When shimmering fjrlght In the dlstanco far Glowed the glad vision of Hopo's clear stir. The path? that the feet walked lightly then Wero green with n promise bright, And the brave young heart felt nover a fear, Fcr It knew that tho darkest night Tho stars come cut, and tho moonlight's glow Falls on the bill! and tho warld below. And the shining goal that the eyes discerned Stood high nh a lofty slope; Tto way was hard, but the will was stronc, And youth with Its shield of hope Went forth to win for Itself renown, And snatch for Its brow the...

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. — 23 June 1882

IB a - - i i ktd ilwTllitn If okttino ukadv. Thk Kepublleun Congressional Com mittee of tlio Fourth District met nt tlio otlleoct ho St. .loscph Herald on tlio 14th Inst. 'I lie following inembqrs of Committee wore irc?cnt : A' K. Wyntt, Atchison county. Col. Wilklnsou, Holt county. .1. A. Sanders, Amlrcw county. Ira K. Alderman, Nodaway county. t M. Tracy, Huchannu county. T. A. Price, I'lattc county. Tlio lorutnlltcu orcanlzrd by the election of A. K. Wyatt, of Atchison, as Chairman, and F. M. Tracy, Secret arv Tho following resolution, offered by Mr Aldormnn, was adopted; Resolved, That a Republican Con gressional convention bo called for this tho Fourth Congressional District, to meet In tho Court llottso at St. Joseph at 11 o'block a. m on the l'.'th day of September, 1882, and thatsild conven tion lm called for tho purpose of nom inating Republican candidates to rep resent said district in tho Forty-Eighth congress aim tor suou otnor uusiiu'ss as will properly belong to said 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. — 30 June 1882

Wm Krtuchcrdb r VOLUME XVIII. ALL THINGS READY FOR A Grand Gala Day, AiOrogon Mo. JULY 4th '82. The following is tlin program for tlic celebration of rhe Nation's Natal Day: At sunrise a National snluleof thirteen puna will lw fired ly tlio Colored Artill ery, tiuiloi the eommaml of Captain William Hlloo. At 8:!10, Music will bo furnished by tho Comet Hand. Assotnpling of peo ple at thu Court House Park: at DIM, Mu lo by tlio Hand ":4ft Prayer, by Chaplan, Hev S. Cat-others. 0:60 -Song--"Hail Columbia," by tlio Adult Choir. 10: Music Hand. 10 If. Address of Welcome, by the Picldont ot the Day, W.T. Maupln. 10:25 Song "America,1' Childieii's Choir. 10 ;:W Oration Orator of thi! Day, lion. J.H. 1'iatt, ot St. .Joseph. 1 1 ;:W Mii-io, Hand. 11: Hi Song "Fieoilotn's lianner," Adult Choir. 11 -Jib Musio,Hund. MNNKtC 2 v. m Music, Hand. 2:10 Heading Declaration of Inde pendence, Hon. It O Cowan. 2:20 -Song "Hand of I'nloii Daught ers," ( hlidron's Chid . 2 Toast "American Quacks.' ti-poi....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 June 1882

H9 11? the mm PAPER. 1IOIIY.NS & CO, I'lllllMllTK, OREGON, ! ! ! mo- EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MA1TI.AM), HO. fVillecllniis tilacril In IHV hands will rtctlvs promot attention. Alo have for sale a chole lot of town nnd farm proticrtj-. lilt. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MAITI.ANI), MO. flrsduste f ttc UnltTlty of Mlth'cati, at Ann Atlr. linn 1,1',-ri In nrtlvp tirnctlce for 13 Years. Special attention paid to Midwifery nd the diseases of women and children, Ofllcc In F.Yerlurd'sliiw brick building, Maltlard, Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HHIEfT C tTV, MO. Will nraetlcG In nil courts 'n Northwest Ml- tourl. Prompt nttditUii given to collittioi s C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW JIOfNlt CITV, MO. Will practice In all the courts In North eet Missouri. Attention given to real citato und collection business. LKLGII IUVJN1C, .A.ttoin.ey J.t Law, Asilsted by lion. 'J-. J. Johnston, of Marjvlllc. Will practice In all courts In tho State. l'rotni t attention gi...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 June 1882

THJE COUNTY PAPER, Mj DOItTMS A CO. OREGON. MO THE LlanT OF HOPE, Tl&ilcy'ilUgtittac. The courso of the weariest river Ends in the grilt gray sea; The acorn, forever and over, Strives upward to the tree. The rainbow, thi sky adorning, Bhlnca promlso through the storm", inognuiincr ui uuluu Through midnight gloom will form. By tlmo all knots aro riven, Complex although they be, And pcite will at last be given, Dear, both to you and to me. Then, though tho rath be dreary, Look onwrd to tho goal ; Though the heart and tho head bo weary, Let llthtnspltc the soul: Seek the right though the wrong bo tempting Bpea'ttho truth at auycost; Vain Is all weal: exempting When once tho pern Is lot. Let strong band and keen cjo be ready For plain and ambushed foes; Thought earnest and fancy steady Bear blest unto the close. Tho heavy clouds may be raining, But with evening comes tho light; Thsugh tho low winds aro complaining, Tct tho sunrlto gilds tho ncigni; And love has Its hidden trcasuro F...

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