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

It Is settled llio whent crop wlll.bolhi' (jroiitcsl ever InirvcsteiUiUlils country or nnywlicro Ip utiy sign of tliu world. This certainly tnciiiti jirospcrlty. A nii'Clinif of tlio ConfjresMoufil (Join, nilttcuniuno,! tlio NatlomO (.rvfiibiick and lnlior party of tho Kotirtli (J.infjrw uloiml OlMrkt, wni held yesterday, nt Mary vlltc. ' Ovf.ii a thousand mormons arrived in New York hut week on their way to Utah. There should eorlnlnly ho a re striction placed upon lheo iuuui;rauts. AVe have one on the Chinese why not on the Morinotit? Tiir.iiK was a call upon Col. ,Iame liuttutf, signed iiyover -1.000 Detun criitjt, to permit his name to he miIui it ted to tho Denioeratle Uonveiillon as candidate for Congress, soon to meet in St. doe. Major llutlunvm'li, congressman from Ohio, made a speech, hut week, in defense of the administration, and in the vlndiciii in ot the Republican party and hlinst f. All the leading Re publican journals characterise It as the best ol the session. Let t...

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 July 1882

' yOLUMB XVIII. OREGON, MISSOURI. FRIDAY. JULY 21. 1882. NUMBER 8 J r Weather good. Pleasant nights -these. Pay ns you go or don't go. Aek Jim Ifrown who is wlrmor. Horse-racing is dl the Mgo now. Exhlllaratlng nnd pleasant to ono. Toads In supr abundant quantities Almost,tlrac for the watcrmolon to mako Us nppsaranee. James T. HowoU li maktng Im portant Improvements on his hotel. Ab Gsqno Is .at the Blc.bviWe school iiouac, putting on n fresh coat,of paint. Dr. -Kiegqnbauni ,1s now alone foi business. He, has moved bis offlcc to Iho room ovcrT. S. Hlndo's drug store. Willie Hindo Is now clerking for his father. Wo believe he Intends to learn the dr,ug business. Wo wish hlm JUSCCS3. -Kiel K,unHol blows his trumpet loud er and longor than.usunl. on account of jtbat brand jiew little miss (hat arrived at his house Iastwc,ek. Wo hear of aweddine & high life soon to tak.o plwo " Corwwt. The crooni being ono of the lcadlngsiness men of jUiatrlvbag llttlo city.. l),r. .Gqorgo Flcgcnbn...

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 July 1882

Real THE COUNTY TAPER. "hobvnb & c. Publish OREGON, MO- EDWARD L. HArT, Eslato and Insuf.anco Agril, Arc JIAlTLASl'i tO. IVIcctlons V 1,1 jy hands 1 receive Tromrt attention. AIM live for saX a choice Tot of town and "n V'.oiny. Utt. MAXWELL, VIIYSICLA'jS AND SUUGEON, MAITLAMQ. MO. ,r.du.tec,!tbcUnlvr D. S. ALKIRE, ATTOUNKY AT LAW, rOlthSTClTV, MO. WW practice In nil court in Nrrthwcst Mla eouri. l'rii)it attoitkii given to collectloi s C. C. AIKEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MOUND C1TV, MO. Will practice Iti nil tlic courts In Northwest vii.c..,,ri Ati.mtinn dvciiilo real estate and oollcctlon business. LEIGH IRVINE, A t.tnim&v .A.t XjSW, Assisted by Hon. '1. J. -Johnston, otMaryvllle. win t.ruiilii. in nil courts In tbe State. rrorrtt Httfr.tlon given to all business 'ntrust rl tome, wptclallv to collections ui d real w i.nsln.m. Office In llolt CoUQtv Press building. S. O'FALLON, Attorney At Law OREGON, MISSOURI. Will nrnrttcn In all courts ot MitSOUrl. t'olliclici.B mid all niatii...

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 July 1882

a r I, 4 UK V r THE COUNTY PAPER, DOIIVINS ft CO., In1lllter. OREGON MO VOICES OP TUB BKA. LlttcU'aLtTlngAge. Wakeful I lny nt night nuil licurd The pulsings of tho restless seft, Tho morning surges Sounded like dirges "From some far-back eternity, Whoso sjilrlts from tho deep arc stirred. Awaking with tho morning light, Again 1 lltcncd to the sea; But with Its surges Wc heard no tllrgcs, But only life's activity; Morning dispelled tho gloom of night. At noon I sauntered forth to view The throbbing of that living sea, Still It was surging, But only urging All men to bo both strong and free Strong In the soul with conscience true. At closing day onco more I stood, Gazing across that mighty sea; Far ships were sailing; The light was falling; Tlmo, lost In Immortality, Was the reflection of my mood. It Is tho mind, and not tho place, Our moods, and not a varying voice, That fills with sadness, Or thrills with gladness, A foul whose one great ruling cliolco Kcflcets lu all things Its ow...

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 July 1882

.IS. ll 7'-- TUB COUNTY PAPER, uv 1). V. POHYNS. .fc CO. OltKUON, M.'). 1 . Term of Snbiorlpttont TWO IlOUiKS AYKAlt IXAllVAXCK RtDAY. JULY SI. 1882. to begun lie won three prists Tin: Ptinno o( Wales 1ms r.liinc ns u tnrmcr nt tho Norlolk eattlo show onu for a shorthorn bull and two for Southdowu sheep. Cowmcss will mako nn appropria Hon of $10,000 for the purpose of com jjlejtlng a monument Jn .honor of Mar tha Washington at Fredericksburg, Virginia. Thk trade In Northern farm imple ments is much greater than ever before Uiroti-rh the South. It Is said that more reaping maehlncs"ha'vo been sold In (leorgla tills year than the whole cot ton bolt possussoJ a year ago. Tiinrrv-Kouit Democratic candidates, nil but one of whom is an aspirant for ;i county ofllc, publish nnnotinoonicnts of tliQjr candidacy in tho Kansas Uity Touts. Down that way the voters know from whom to make their selections. The Democrats of Atchison county will hold a mass convention on to-morrow (Saturday) for th...

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 July 1882

It Is alleged that llio success of tlio jTrohlbltloDisU In Iowa was largely ,'duo to the fact Hint on election day tho .women apnpArcd nt the poll and bribed tho voters jvith tea, coffco and biscuit?, to the rtijn.'of piirsonal freqdon In Iowa .now and (qrcvor. The the (pa and coffee were permls :blo,'but tp,itycuit ought Jo bo ,rpnro baled, particularly If thoy wore hot ;blscult, To .cultlvnto a tasto for wl ,blscult in man Is to sow tho seeds of ,lyspopsta all over tho land, and.dyx .pepsia brings with it inniimcrabk ills, not tho least of which aro sour temper and a disposition for general en.s$;il ness that shatters all dointjlp felicity and lends directly to the ,l,Vlirco equrts. 'J'ho Iowa women should luvvo paused 'jeforo thus brbing voters (p lijiulsli beer and other malt and siilrltuu.i ljyuqr from tbo land. 'IJioy havo invoked a demon worso than tho ouo they havo exorcised, and in spreading a tasto fjr (hot biscuit, havo brought upon them selves and posteiity more Ills tha...

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 July 1882

riii: day it doni:. in- MENiiv w. Misornixow. The day l dune, unit tlio darkness V.Jli' from the lng of Night, As a feather I? watted dominant l'rom an eagle In his flight. 1 see the tights of the village (lloam through the rain and the tnlt, And n feeling of sadness come o'er we That my oul cannot rcstt. A feeling of sadueM and longing, That I tint akin to pain, And resemble sorrow only As the mist resemble the rain. Come, read to mc some poem, Some slmiile and heartfelt lay, That shall soothe this restless feeling, And banish the thoughts of day. Not from the grand old mastirs, Not from the bards sublime, Whose illtatit footsteps echo Through the corridors of Time. For like strains of tnartl.il imtIe, Their mighty thoughts sugget Life's endleso toll and endeavor; And to night I long for rest. Head from some humble jxrt, Whoe s ine gii'hed from his heart As showers from the clouds of Summer, Or tears from the eyelids start; Who, through long days of labor, And nlht devoid of ease, ...

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 July 1882

hpst W" tUmJfmmr -if- -J:. "to.. I A. I.1TTLK l'KACH. llttlo pMili In an OTclianl grew, IIUlo pencil of emerald hue, Wnrwctl by tlio tun and wet by tlio dew, H grew. One day, passing the orchard throURh, That llttlo pcnch dawned on the view Johnny .Tones and hit sister Sue Tliem two. Up at the pcnch a club they threw Down from the skin on which It grew. Fell the little peach of emerald hue. Mon Went 8he took n bite nnd John n chew, And then the trouble Ik-riiii to lw T.roub1o the doctor couldn't iWlue. TcHitniel Under the turf wlicrc tho ihMes prnv They planted John nnd his sifter Sue, And their llttre wills to the angels flew, ll.xs-liool Hut what tf tire peach of cmernld hue, Wntnuil by the sun nnd wet by the dew I All 1 well; Us lnlssltm on earth Is through. Adieu I OUR BOYS. Effcctsof Depraved Llteraturo on tho Ris Ing Malo Goncratlon. New Ynrfc Evening l'ost. The western press litis licrn plvlnj; n good -deal of uttuntion iiuuiy to mu sun wt if tir'mii! nmoiiL' bovc. nnil n for...

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 July 1882

" Atchison comity has not a single aspirant for Congressional honors. It'Is rfftld tlic Milwaukee brewers nrf becoming alarmed n'l tiic shadow of .rrohibUiou.' ' ' Koscoe Conki.ino was serenaded one night last wcok at his old home in Uttea. In response to Uiq compliment bo made a speech, confined wholly In local affairs and never referred to poll utes at nil. The Italians, hired In the place of the striking freight handlers In New Yoik, fired upon them, wounding sev eral severely. As time passes the pop. ular opinion grows more In favor of the strikers, and thoJast blow will have a bad effeet on the railroads. A Bourbon organ m South Carolina says: ''Tho people noei.l as mueli re pose, as much rest, as comports with tyio necessity ol tho political sitiiatloii.'i But Is there any necessity for shooting 'down tho leaders of tho opposition in coltl bjoiul for tlm sake of "repose and rest?" South Carolina f ecus? to he dyed In tho wool and copper-lined In her anti-American, null Republi...

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 July 1882

1 VOLUME XVIII, The Drqpm Brigade U ,now tho WW- Thoihayharvestisneiirly orcr. Tho .crop Is the heaviest (or years. Old soldiers meeting to-morrow, Saturday, July 29th, at 2 o'clock r. at. Old iiiKids nro tho ncglocted oppor tunities which luankind rcfusa to em braco. Tlioy want a first class paiutor in Hock l'orL; ho tnut bo sober, upright and Induslrious. Tho Journal Jim n subscriber in jGormany. Rock Port Journal. 60 has Tub Cpu.sTir Pai'MJ. Johu Grocn has received tho con Jtrnct for painting the now United Brethren church in Northern Holt. The finest upecioicn of tho "Hale's Early'-' poach, we have seen this season ,vks Raised upon (iio Jns. Noland farm, pear this .city. lu-k Proud has lot tho contract for building an addition to Ills residence. Mr. Mauck will bo tho carpenter and E. Benson, the mason. Tltoro nro about sevcnty-firo r ehool rnarmi in Maryvillo attending tho Nor mal instituo God have mcroy on the people of tlit town. They have our aynipathyy. With eggs at 10c to l...

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 July 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, OBVNH A CO. rnbUahw. OREGON, t t t MO EDWARD L HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MA1TLAM), MO. Collections t)licil In my hands will rwvlvs prompt attention. Also nave ior sai a one lot of town ntiil farm property. UK. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MAITLAMD, MO. Ursduste cf 11 n University ot Mlehlgin, nt Ann Special attention paid to Midwifery nnd Uio diseases oi women anu enmircn. uincc in Ever herd's new brick building, M&ltlnnd, Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, JOKKfiT CITT, MO. Will practice In nil courts In Nortliwest Mt- oun. rrompt niuuuou givin 10 couecuues LEIGH IRVINE, Attorney .A-t Law, Assisted by lien. T. J. Johnston, of Marjvllls. Will practice In all courts In the Stat. Prompt attr Ellon gtven to all buflr.cn Intrust ed to me, esjuclsllv to collections ai d real es tate business. Olflce In Holt County I'rws building. S. OTALLON, Attorney At Law OREUON, MISSOUW. Will practice In all coutta ot Missouri. Collections and all manner ot legal ...

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 July 1882

t THE COUNTY PAPER, HOHYIN8 ft CO., rnbliaher. OREGON MO AFf Ell TUB 1IATTLK. Whan nil Is lost wo count the cost, In saddest tnclnnclioly; Wo sco tlio way wo went astray, And wonder nt our folly. Tills path wo fee brought victory, On that, succcs depended; But, all too Into, wo reach tlio gato Tlirough which the triumph wended." Wo feci tlio Ming defeat doth bring, Hut do not tn.(c tlio honey, f And over all the elmdows fall, Where It should have been sunny. If here and thcro tho thadows wear Tlio blush they onco had for us, Tliclr pleasure brings tho darkened wings That hung a shadow o'er us. Ah wdll wo say, some other day Wo'll strive and bo victorious, Forn s success more glorious; J Wo dot tho slopes of life with hopes, And cry, 0, Land of Promise I Wo yet sh.ill taste tho grapes whoso wasto Of wealth has no'cr como to us I MONKEYS. A Migration In India. Chambcrii' Journal. While In India, a few summers ago, I observed tlmt great multitudes of monkeys begun to occupy tlio trees ...

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 July 1882

rim v yOUYNS. CO. OIIKllON, MO. Term of Subscription! TWO IHMXAHS A YKAI! INAHVAXCi: Fill DAY. ;ur.Y28. 1882 .Ions HitioiiT has severed his con nection with Hie KngJish Parliament, owing to his ilJsuiil from that govern ment's ftgytlon policy, itiul It is said ho was unable to approve ot such a policy. Lkt ns see. It was Mr. Charles (Jib-r-ou who ctitoi taincd Judge Sherwood ami the other members of the Supremo Court in Minnotonka while the St. Louis Gaslight ease was ponding before that Court. It is also Mr. Charles (lib. sou who Is so anxiously pushing the claims of Judge Shot wood for re-dee-tiou. Somk idea of tho enormous power centered iu the railroad eoiporullons .may be gathered fi'OMi the fact that iu 1881 there weip in thu Tailed Slates 104(8in tulles ol road, represented by a capital and debt aggregating over lira thousand millions, or about three times as much 113 the national debt. Tlic total net revenue of Ihe.eonipauios was Jim Hr.At'ii was removed from the office of P...

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 July 1882

M18SOUIU WAR CLAIM C'KltTIM CATSK. " The following letter from the povcr. nor is In response to 0110 of tho Humor ous lnqitlrlc.1 made, relative to lliii my .tuont of tho Woodson-d'mfton Missouri war claim certificates slneu tho iiartlnl vo-lmJjiirsciue.nt by llm jrc.ncrul govern niout for money jiaUl tho enrolled inlllt ia.ut.c, whluh, us will bo soon, leavo no prospect for .settlement. CtTV OK .lKKFKItSOS',"lllly I", 1882 VitulJorilan, Ihloit, Ktu.i Sir I urn In receipt of jour loiter of tho lfith, In whluh you state you htivu over SA.OOO of Ml.isoiiri Suile scrip issued In 1871 tnutur tho itdmlnUtrutloti ot (Sov. AVoodsou. You inaku tho Inmtlry if tho money ubotit to be nppropi luted by tho yovernineut for tho beiiolll of this State Is for the purpose of payment of the sutlps. It is nut. It is for tho pur ine of rtfimbur.sln tin) Stale for money already paid on claims by the State, ami not In payment of tho chimin jet due, or (.sinned to bo due by Hit! State, to iudixldiiul.s for...

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 July 1882

A CIOAU. In n land more blc.it, Tli an the stormy Wcl; Ju the loveliest realm of earth, Mid tlic Miushlny smiles Of tlic riiiltlpltic Isles, 1 received my lowly birth. I grew ap.icc, l.lko a child of irraco, llcncntli a cherishing sky; Till n tyrant's (loom Cut me o!T In my bloom And hung mu out to dry. Full soon 1 faded, lly earth unaided, And, borne from my kindred far, I win rolled nml iHjuh-iI, I was iircsctlniil dinned, And lol 1 became a cigar. In n uooilini-ave, I.Ike an Afrlc' slave, Immured with thousand more, I ne'er av light, llyd.iy ornlnht, Till 1 reached n foreign shore. Ily a sou of the West, Whose pitiless broat, Ne'er hceileil u inptlve's sigh, I was bouirht, and then, lmprKmcd ngtihi, Ltd hither ntliut Iodic! And soon his breath. Like a blast of death, That sweeps o'er Arabia's plains, Will run? Atlanta To coii'ttme my frame, Till nothing but diit remains. No sculpture solemn, No urn or column, May mark where my ashes He; Hut o'er earth and air Shall the free wind ...

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 July 1882

THE KKTTUS'S BONO xn nest n. rmoss, ij Toledo blade. The kettle hums, this afternoon, To mo n denr, familiar tunc, Which, sounding In my dreaming caw, Recall the (cones of otliw years; Tho songs and founds of .Auld Lang 8ync, The firesides now no longer mine. For,by an Eastern river's flow, In childhood's happy long ago, I listed, ns I sat alone, The kettle on the old hearth-stone; And gave the childish fancies rein, That nitted swiftly through my brain, Tlioso days arc flown, fororcr flown 1 Long vantiheit Is the old hcarth-stonc, The river's flow Is still the same, But tho homestead knows n stranger name; The hand that smoothed my nightly pillow, Lies cold beneath the silver willow. Yet greater Is the change, I ween, In my own self that may he seen. f My erring life and wayward heart Would find, alas! no counterpart In him who sat contentedly, With so fair hair and earnest eye, Andhcard, with Innoccntdeslrc, Tliu kettle on the kitchen fire 1 Crete, Neb. PKACTICAL SCIEXCK. Mlucrut ...

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. — 28 July 1882

t '4 ( t . -tit ttr ti Pine Lumber At Bottom Prices. 1.TI1R .nEl'UBMCANS OK THE ,F0UIITII CONOKKSSlOtfAIj 1 DISTRICT. ST. Joskpii, Mo. , June I0,t8Sl. fursuAlit to revolutions adopted by tho lie- , publican Omnilttreot tliflKouttliUoiigremlrm.il , Itlattict In MIssbnrt.At Its mectlne belt! In Ht. ,.fnscplt on.Iuno tho 14th, It ts hereby ordered that a dolejnto conre ntlon bd tiolil at tlio Court , Homo In tlio city ot HI, Joseph at It a.m., on TUfcSllAY, SKIT KM II Kit lltll, rot tno piirpceo ot nominating n ncpiibiicaii .r-v 1 ti 1 1 J. c.ni.lldtofor.lVw(trP!M nnd for tho transaction ( jPPPf OT1 P Tl H H DTP.T f .it 7" ot mich nth business may bo deemed tieccs- WiCyUll CUJ.U. 1 OO OlLy. sary and projH-r. Hoblltzcll i&Plukston havo completed axrangemonts with thn differ nil mrnufuclurcrs of l'iiu) Lumber, which enables tlicm to iiniitUo Ik John Bright carries out his in tcntlons to visit Anierlcn, ho will be accorded n heartier wolcomo timtt was evor yet extended to nny Englishm...

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. — 4 August 1882

no. , r-.i . - VOLUME XVIIfc. ORiEGON MJSSOIJRI. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4. 1882. NUMBER 10 t-Oh, tlmt barber iolo! Hogs nro stilt Ro!K4iy. Four ycara,is a long tlmo to .wait for a girl. Who puts thoso threatening pow tinder Honry Stcrrctt'a doqrP Doa't bo nlraid of nppoarnnccs so long as your life U nil right. James Cooper of tho Kltusoy nolgh borhood, died of erysipelas Tuesday of last wcok. Wagons arc born -tired. kncw ,of sonic Individuals whp.ycro evidently born in tho saiuo condition. The young ladies of Mound Cy, am tolling up 'a broom brigade. TTfi rust thoy will succeed iu organising ,OllQ. Tho 25ouavo .festival last Saturday oTcnlng was ft deemed success, ,tiot withstanding tho toolomoncy of $o .weather Isaac L.AToean nnd Mls3 Maitf K. Munson.wcro united In marriasto, Mob- day of la.tivcck, Esquire mok, per forming the ceremony. G. D. Crocker, of Iowa, will ad dross tho people of Holt county, on tho .Urconback doctrines, at Craig, A"gust 4th mid at FmcttClty August lUtn. Qtlio Ilon...

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. — 4 August 1882

4 ultF A NIOIIT IUIIK. okoihii; AMniioK nr.sstsox. 'Tin k gallop of hunncrhur lire, For my l.cnrt Is nlilnzi with ilcMrc! Through liU sinewy frame Yorlck tliillUtotlip;i1nmc Of my Icivc, mil lie ncTcr can tire. Ho exults In tlie. rpcl of tlic raco, In tlie spring iiml tlic stretch of his pace Kor our aw Itt course lies Toward tlie light Of hcrcyc Toward the wonderful light of her face. Though fleet in an arrow he tiles, Though mitidcrlng space' iwlftl.v'tllC', My heaiterlc'OhaiMol All time In a WMtc ' . Tlll I drink of her until' at hcreyesl" Fur down the dark l.mJ, where the lea Is caroused hy the Up of the sea, l'uro street as the day, r t Prch aiid bright as the May, 'A iiuUlcitlmltl night-watch for me. Far away o'er the wood at the right, Where tlie valley sinks Into the night, I.Ike a sout-gulding stat in the heaven afar, I catch the faint gleam of her light. 'Tis not the u.'cre hjuse-lkjlit It seems, 'Tis tlie light of her passion that gleams; And the fire In my heart, hike 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. — 4 August 1882

SOME CITY DAYS. Harjirr'tlMairaitne'. ' t Dcr tire tlio t1y, though f r apart When summer's gcnIM aorccrlcs flow Full on the city'' turbid heart From where klne feett and daisies blow j Where brcctca loved by brooka and gladca Float peaceful over greed's raw strife, And give the untuncful clash of trades Melodious hints of ampler life I Buch days with soft companion seem The Infrequent captive trees to greet, That dcwlcts from dull pavements gleam In torrid square or sultry street. They make the pent grass vaguely sigh f For distant meadows, rich In balm, That sweep to where the untrammclcd sky J.e.ans low and clasps thcmwlth Its calm. They rouc to delicate surprise. Those raro scant shrubs the court-yard sees, And bid some faded flower surmlso A murmur as though of phantom bees But other messages they send, While gladdening thus the town's turmoil, A To piteous lives that yearly bend Below the tyranny of toll. Sail women, gaunt with need's worst throes, Will feel the buoyant air's ...

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