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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 4 August 1882

TI1K OltKtlON, M(l. Term ot Sftbaorlptloat TWO DOM.AHS A VKAK IN AlKVAXCK FRtDAY.-, AUGUST 4. 188 n " to Tin: -niii'i'iUiioAXs KOUHTir COMIItllHHItJVAI' i iDISTUICT St. .lo'irii, Mo.,. Tune 20,12. " I'nrsnaiit to resolutions inloiil by tholtc ViibllcaiiCiiunJItoiiof thrl-'oiitthCouitrt'sslonnl District In Mlttourl, at Us tiirrHuK held In Ht. .losciih oiuluuc, llnitttti. It, Is hereby onliTcrt Hint It ileleitati' comcutk.li.be lield lit Ihel'oiirt lloniilnllierliyoi,Sr,.loM.iih at 1 1 A.M., mi TUKsJItV, KKITRMIU'.II I'.'lll, l-'in. tliiviuncu ut nominating a ltcitibllcan oaiilllilnto lir Congress ami fur the trainurlloH i ot sad' other business as may lie decim-il iiitcs .ir .mil pnilMT. " iJiehrnuntj In the district will lii-oiitlllcil to one ili'li'ioili' In ahl cainenllou fnreu-o 2 votes east lor lii.ni't A. (larfleM for rreslilclit mul one Mite Utt any fraction nf luinriuoie ntc snrast In tit" election ot Is). tHn till basis tin' seeral munlles "III lie riitltleil tn reirestntotl...

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. — 4 August 1882

V '1 lfi'20. Lauding on l'lymtmtk Hook. 1021. First TlimiksRtvintf kept. I.'o Turkey. 1022. First tneotlng-lioane built. 1640. First printing press. 164P- Willie first hung. 1 1040. Men commanded to wear short hair. 1GG2. Mie witches hung in Salem. 1702. Ynlo College founded at Now Havco. 1701. First newspaper puhllshcd in Hoxton. 1705. Crtffco Intrnduced. 1720. Tea Is tried hut taxation makes it tostly. 1721. 1'ostolTiee started. 1721. I'ottitoes planted us a cnrloshy. Singing by note In tho mectlng-homies, which caused great trouhle. 1740. Tinware inantUiietMT.il. 1765. An organ built hut not allowed to bo played in the lueutlujc-houto. 1767. Honjautin Frankljn invents tho ligh tulng rod. 1760. First attempt ut f Athlon. Col lars are worn on shirts and chaises f apicnr. 1700. Liberty Ulked of. No more ulng of stamped paper. 1770. Wooden ducks made. 1773. Trimble begins about tea; Chests of It thrown into Boston harbor. 1774, Tho streets of Uimtou lighted with oil. 1776. Independen...

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. — 4 August 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. I WEEKLY REVIEW. nOBVN ft CO, I'nbllshcrs. OREGON, i J ! MO- Real EDWARD L. HART, Estate and Insurance Agent, HAITI, AND, MO. Co'leetlons placed In my hands will receive prompt attention. Also hare Jot tali n choke lot of town aud farm property. Orneritl .Hewn Nitmmiiry. John Springer tiled ntMnrlcttn, Ohio, July lOtli, aged IttS years. I Tho Connecticut Supremo Court dc cldf'd women eligible to admission as attor neys. I Henry Reiser's factory of milling ma rl lurry at HltKiinltigton, 111., linriied July SStli. li,M,tS,0(X). I A 1'ntinmn dispatch of July -Villi an nounces the death of Tliomas (luardla, Prcsl I dent of Costa ltlca. I StiVnn lliiBllien iitut four brakemen were inst'iurew rum iuu fiii'. "k DR. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HAITI, AND, MO. Graduate cf tl c Utilvi rsltv of Mlch'ean. at Ann .1, . i. ,.., ...I-..,. ..(, m ,.... "in-.11 Bpectsl attention pi Id to Midwifery Mid the 1 Jerri-, N. for Inciting a strike, diseases ol women and children. Ofllc...

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. — 4 August 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER HOnVINH CO., l-ublUhnr. OHKGON MO WILLIAM UJtiL!.. Tho Summer, fair, Imperial Summer, now Crowns Nature with her rclsn, andJEartu and Itcnven Aro happy In their Ioyc. "Within the lap Ot EJen ib wo dwell; tho day all peaco Go by us llko a dream tho orclurd trees Aro ovcrblest with fruit; tho Tines 'grow rich With storo of gold; tho heavily Jowcled grape Its emerald and dark blood ruby shows Pendant In clusters; orer all tho land, In gorgeous bloom and cotor rioting, Her sway sho doth extend our gracious Queen. Our paths aro decked with all the richest flowers, As If soliciting our hearts to throw Asldo their thrall and caro; to giro nlooso To mirth and laughter; to all such delights As Ioto innkes banquet of. It Is no tlmo for labor; let us rest, Whilst yonder fountain lapsing music tells Through dim arcades; whilst .Haunting but terflies Jo by from flower to flower, tho very soul of Idleness; or burrowing In tho dusk Of June-hearted roses, bums tho boo A drowsy roun...

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. — 4 August 1882

TO Tim KETUHMCANS Ol' HOJj . COUNTY. Incornpllancc'ivllhacajt Issued hy the t'oii irrcsslonM Commute of tlic Fourth Consresslon nl lilstrlct; the ltcpubllcnhs ot Holt onntv are hcrehY notified Uinta Muss Convention will tsj held at the Ooutt Iloiuc"in tlir city nt Ore gon, on MONDAY, AUOUHT !, UK, nts o'clock r. m for tho purpose, of sel'dhiK flglit delegates to represent Holt rnunt)' In the Hcpuhllcau CoiiKrcssltmal Convention, 'which incets In St. Jiiscph, on TVidiiy, September I2th,l882. ' ', Also nt said Mum (Ynveiitlon, a new county central committee v.UI.bo selected. ltyof llic Coituty Committee, ' Ai.tXN.t'li'm . P. llonv.vs, Sec AKNOUNITMISNTV, Pet- tor aniiouncluK, JJ In advance. Communications In tlio Interest ot caudldMcJ, 55 cents per line, cash In advance. CtltCUIT CI.KUK. Wo are authorized to announce 1) V. Tilt' MA,ns il candldnto for the- (illli'e of rtnetitr CLF.ltK, subject to tho llepublltail lu'it.lliiiti.iK 'convention,' 1'ltOIIATK .PlIJ'cl!.' Vo arc atithorlied...

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. — 11 August 1882

T HHKBtM 111 KTm K'UtB. I ITT 1J I JB in "f Tl 1TT11 ! Br f ' V, I IT m-1 . MIFK!t BBBBBB - i i ' X IV X V il (MIMA SMC Ml HWt COUNTY. vO VOLUME XVIII. OREGON MISSOURI, FRIDAY. AUGUST 11. i882. NUMBER It Look out fur mad dog. Jim Howell is deputy city marshal . Uufus Kyle is buying grain at Malt 'land. Mannlo Gold, and auat, of Mound KJlty, aro visiting rclativos 4 tho eltvyr. Our sports nro making a fino raco (track in tho northeast part of tho city. A Grand Ball will tako place nt &tcrrctt's Opera Hose, on next Friday August 18th, 1882. Samuel Fryman and grand-son, .of Mound City, wore risittng tho fax) Sly of J. Smith, last week. There will bo preaching at tho M. E. church next Sabbath, morning and evening, by the pastor, Rev. S. Carotli ers. J. K. Similes, of Nebraska, ie in (our county, and will probably com incnco tlw manufacture of brick at For icst City, within a few weeks. St, Joseph Every Monday. "Me iann Frank will run this city, and don't .you forget it. Our New Man"...

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. — 11 August 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, DOBYKS ft GO, 1'ublWlien. OREGON, I i MO EDWARD L. HART. Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MA1TLAND, MO. CVlllfttilnnft t1iip.1 h tnr titndft VriW t-nlo iwnjrt attention. Alio have, for tale a choiea m re mwn and larm property. DK. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MA1TLAND, MO. Oraduatc of the University of MUhlgan, at Ann Arbor, has been In active practice for 13 yours. Special attention paid to Midwifery Mid the uuwa ui womcu una cnuuren. umco in Hverhsrd's new brick building, Maltland, Mo. D. 8. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lOItKST CITY, MO. Will practice In all courts In Northwcit M1 ourl. rrmpt attcutlun glvcu to colloctlona LEIGH IRVINE, Attorney .A.t Law, Asilsled by Hon. T. J. Johnston, of M.rjville. Will practice In all court In the- State. Prompt attention given to all business Intrust ol tome, eipeclallr to collections aid reales. Ute business. Office In Holt County rress bolldlng. S. O'FALLON, Attornev At Law OREOON, MISSOURI. Will practice In all court of Mt...

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. — 11 August 1882

THE COUNTlf PAPER, DOI1YINH CO., PablUhera. OHEGON . MO WAMIItK, WASHBE. JOAIJI'IN MILLBIt. Brown John, he bends hIxjtc his tub In cellar, alley, anywhere. Wlicro dirt Is found, why John Is there, .And rub and rub and rub and rub. The hoodlum hlssos In his car; "act out of 'ere, you ycller scrub I" Mo Is at work, he cannot hear; He smiles that smile that knows no fear; And rub and rub and nib and rub, He calmly keeps on washing. 'The politicians bawl and crow, To every Idle chlv. and blood, And hurl their two hands full of mud; "The dirty Chluaman must got" But John still bends abovo his tub, And rub and rub and rub and rub ; .Ho wrestles Inhls snowy suds, "These dirty politicians' duds', .And rub and rub and rub and rub, He calmly keeps" on washing. "Jit out o' here, ye hathln, gltl Ale Frlnch anclsthcrs fought and hlld Tor this nmo freedom, so they did, An1 I'll preserve It, yo can bill Tliwat honest man can Iom a town I Or bum anlthcr Pittsburg down! Or beg 1 Or strike! Or labor ...

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. — 11 August 1882

1a. COUNTsY PAPER, nv 1). 1 DOItYXH. A CO. ' OliKIION, MO, Terms of Subscription! TWO MH.hAIIH A Y MA It IN ADVANCE FHIDAY. AUC1U3T 11. lriSS. TO TUT" TT.ATN Tr.VTII The Xow Yoik llcrnhl makes llin fot- lowing mutuary ot t lie missions ami prnioi'ts of tlio parties (if tho present day, nlong with n slinging denounce nient of the Democratic organlznlinr. It says ! ' Tlio Hopiilillcaiisof a quarter of a cm; tury ngo'h'ad si policy anil fiutli lii it nml rdurago to declare If, ami so they nttor a vhllo carried tlio people wmi h mi ami got tlic voters to turn out the ooriuptand demoralized party Inpowct Thuy did .thlsin tlio face of political as sessments, Of Jobbery ami imiladinuils- tratlou. Tlio plain truth Is that when tlio peo ple want a elmngc nml believe that they can make It to their disadvantage no assessments, no job's can keep tliont from House, TIIK KKI'L'ItMC'ANN OK 'i'lIK l'ouimi coMJitKsstottAiV ' ' DISTIIICT ' : ST. Johki'II, Mo,, .tune M.UU Pursuant to rci1iitlnni mlnnt...

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. — 11 August 1882

fu : fol 2 'joj k M V It; t4 1' 11 nt ri d a it Ol 8l 11 til i It has ccn ..VJirffcsM Uuil 4,luiU grituis win siittyi aow on nuuuuub in irolillillion " That wlll.tlencml upon 'io rcruous for wli!ch muii buy fnnna. Jf Imva cufoiccs tholiiw ,i)0 ninn doubts but Unit sho can rctllico her oxnensaa for JmiIs, iionltcnttarlcs, poor-houses, nnit criminal emirta one-half. If hind is cot worth moro In ji Stato full f r-ober people iuk' choql -house ntitl 'churches thnn wliute .pecupjed by tip plers, Jail mill pppr house, theu wo had Ucttur chiingo our civlllxntlon. Men .f all VftlW JIm'mV ftt I"4'' 00 wiling to try tliiicjtporlinetit In fown. Let us i-co ten yoars honco If tliuu will bo f(u;nis to give nway ,lu tho Slate. Matthew AruoM has reecutly .writ ten much nbotit America, nr rather the tho United Stale. The Kc.le.ctic Miuj- u(i, of rcftyit Ismic, contains u lengthy papor from hliu,;iu .tvhhflnhu question Ijite accuracy iifitoo,i,ttt;iirtfnt that thoro ia,,lu nearly ov-pry r,ity and vl...

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. — 11 August 1882

UEVISITKI). In Un fllcnl lurars of the midnight Wlicti the drowsy world wan still j VWIille Uic golden lcatiHo( the starlight ItosUj upon the hill; 1 Mood ww the sunbeams quiver, As Uie inuslcal waters flow, On the liauks of that sleeping river Whore yio parted years ago. I reiricmlxT the tall tree's shadows Wade darker the river's side, -As It wound throui;h the hazel meadows I.Ike a silvery ribbon wide; lArid I thought of thnje ilajunf gladness When we wandered tone ago, AVI.tli never it thought of sadness, Where the nmlc.il waters flow. Day that Here free from trouble And elear as a bright .June sky, "Yot transient as airy bubble That kliwcs the shore to die. "Jims love n Ith the years forever far out of our live will flee, White the waves of this same old river, Drift on and out to ttic mm. t -r KECOMl'KNSK. 'A lottur from George," exclaimed KlKllT Ivfltit i.iililltirv utt I....... .....I olllco ainl holding tip lor o.ir inspection J "' umuiune. "iiuu ail- dressed (o mother; isn...

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. — 11 August 1882

II SOME MOUNTAIN BLIZZABDS. jwowijn aBii.. ... . .... . . i ... 'Toll mo about tlioao acar, uo'jgut- fill, boautffnl MlMfinU you Imvo In ytiVir country?" said Uio UrooSlyn girl, folding her hands, and looking up to Win with a bcwltohlng, pleading glance, 'I know thoy must bo just tooHweet for anything!" "Oh, they're sweeteners!" ojaoulatod tho Montana man, throwing ono leg over tho othor, and warming to his sub- Joct. "You onco get a bllzjimra after you anu you 11 wish j uu uj kirta on to bother you. And did you over soo onoP" slto asked with profound Interest. "Well, I should Ilro agrlnl" respond- &l no poutcry. "i vo uccHurouiui wiiuii our nook o' tho woods was tolling hard to savolU county representation I Wlryi miss, 1 seen a blizzard tip a pralrio flro right up on end, and It blazed away n Xstrcak of firo thirty miles hlghl just tipped It right up! I "Graciousl" squcaicu mo gin. -m should havo thought It would have blown It clear over!" . "That b when you cntcli your neon Y...

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. — 11 August 1882

..TOl'HK llKl'lMtt.lCANS .OF 1IOI.T (couNprv. ' In comrJIanrc Mtli a rail Issued by HtCiCoii 1 jtrrMtoiml Omnltteof the Fourlliriitigresslon n District, the Iteptibllc.niH i)f Jlolt county arc hereby notified that a Mas. 'Convention will lie lu-lil lit tlie'Court lloimo In ,llic city of Ore gon, on MONDAY, AUGUST j, im, at 2 o'clock f. M., for the purpose nl selecting eight delegate to ritcscit Holt county In the ltepubllonu C(H4ircMlnal Conn-mlon, which meets In St. Jocf li, on Tuesday, September l!2tli, 18.', Also nt said Mass Contention, it new county , central rmumlttco .will ho 'elected, liy Order oflttra County Committee. ' ., K.L. AU.EN.CVm. I). P. Oonvyij, Sec. ANNOONCKMKNTS, l'co tor liniinuncliii. ss In nilv.inpi,. Commjiilcallniis In the Intercut ol eiiudldatcs, 25 cculs per Hue, cash In advance. ClltCUIT CI.KIIK. We are Authorized to ntmounro M. V. Tint MA. nt it candidate for the, onleo of imhouit i.i:kk. yuDjeci to tno llcpublleati inmilnntlng Kill VI illlUll, We are n...

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. — 18 August 1882

, i i i i n...- i r - w r ii i in ji r - i i i i ii - t - i i ii mi r ii i ii ii ... ... ii , f iu . . -" VOLUME XVIII. The boys mill girls should begin In prepare for school. It begins In n few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mngbco, re joice in tlio advent of n young son, August 12th. Prof. 11111 will conduct a Normal . Institute at Scdnl I a, Mo., conuncnclng on the 21st Inst. Remember tho fair at Maitland begins October tlio 4th. Iook out 'for the prumlum lists. Tho Hock Port JournnV "Now Man" ii a "buster11. Hrothor Dopf is to bo congratulated. The Holclco'v ITcrahl and the St. Joseph Saturday-Democrat Imvo organ teed a mutual admiration society Rov. S. Carothers will preach at, Triumph school house, next Sunday, at 11 o'clock, A. M. and at Oregon at 8 P. M. 1). Y. Porter Is reading law with A. II. Jamison, of Mound Cily. Mr Porter Is one ot our most worty young men, and wo wise him success. The Oregon Zouaves will givo a Lawn Fostlval and drevs parade, in tho Court House Park, on F...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 18 August 1882

ir i cout.n kkki' ni:it so. nr mutsA c. momto:. TIic Interior. ..lust a little tmliy lying In my arms, "Would tlit I could keep you Willi your baby charm ; JlrlplcM, cllnilug flngeri., downy, golden lialr, "Where tlic fiiiislilne linger, cnuglit from oth erwhere; Ulue eyes asking question, Hp that cannot fcak, Holy poly MmuMers, dimple In your check ; Dainty little liloMom In n world of woe; Thu i fain would keep you, for 1 love you o. Itogulfh little d.uiicel, fcarcely fix year old Feet that never weary, hair of deeper gold: Ilctle8, huy linger, all the time at play, Tongue, that never ccae talking all the day; Ulue eye learning wonder of the world about, Have come to tell you them what nn eager houtl Wltioiiie Utile damicl, nil the neighbor know; Thus I long to ecc you, for I love you o. Sober Utile school-girl, w Ith you "trap of book, And audi grave Importance. In your puzzled Solving weary problem, pouring over kuiii, Yet with tooth for sponge-cake and for ugar plum; Heading ho...

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. — 18 August 1882

ltl.ISNI Ul, OSCUI.ATIO. 11T KIT ADAMS. KTsniTlllo Ami". A drutntncr named Archibald Kutin Asked lita girl It tlic'd rnnt lilm a liulm Of one. little klos, To add to liU lills?, Astlic.v walked 'noiitli the light of tho muhii. She simpered and said that she guessed It wouldn't be proper and bussscd To osculate, there, Where people would stare. And so (he refused hla rcqucsscd. Then he said that such treatment was "lough" And acted so surly and (trough That she walked right away, Stopping only to say: "You bet you can't give tne uo hlough." But ere long she concluded to dclgu To return to poor Archy agclgn, And she. gave Mm a suinck That crippled his hack, Hut the rapturo o'erlmlanccd the pelgn. Then the pleasure beamed forth from her eyes, In n manner she could uot dlsgcycs; And they both ovulated Till (time Is not stated, And we really can never suriucjcs)' Hindoo Music. Temple liar. Wo woro onco misguided enough to inquiruof some nativo olllcmls wlmt In strunipnts of muslo their t...

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. — 18 August 1882

Tin: COUNTY PAPER, tv 1). 1. DOIlY.SS. V CO. OltMION, MO. Termi of Sabacrlntloni tWO 1)01,1, AltS A VK.VIt IN AIVAN(!K FIUDAY. AUQUST 18. 1882. TV THK nKl'UllMCANH OK TltK KUEXnK CONCfRKSHlOKAI. DISTRICT St. .losici-it, Mo., .lime aojlf M. ,fnrant to reio'tutloiu adoitrA hy the Ito-.liutllh-anOimiiiltee nt Hip Fourth Consrcsislonnl mrt t In Missouri, nl I in birrtlng held In St. loseph on .Juno the llth, ttis hereby ordered 'that ii delegate ronrciillrn tin tiofcl nt ttio Court 'Home In the city cf Kt, flcwjii at,lt a.m., on TtlMDAV, snftWtir.R lstli, Vor tho itrto of iionitn.itlurt a ltoitti1trati cnmtldatn for Cmiinv nmTfirr' the tratunrtlori 'of such other htnlness ni may he ilicim d nec-ei-'sary ami proper. ' Karheouiity lutuertlstrlct i-i hptnMleil to one ilrlritatn In Mid rain ci, 1 1 mi frn-Qvery tot) Soles cast for .huiics A. (lat. field farfresldeiit laiul one. vote for any frnrti'nu ofUMttnmre voles ocat In the elertlon of Is.). Upon this tunls the setcrut njunr.cs will hr...

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. — 18 August 1882

lit 'iJttfiRKCttV. ipriQhtDl)j?in ltiC OUl Iflnntation Time ily Miiry'Koss llhiilks. lllustrntod ly r'jhmos'll. 4losv.UflioB : Leo s Siren. Nrll. 'flits vtinimn 'is ft nnrrefive of n little ftlrl on a Southern plnnUttun before tlitiwar. Tho ofliiceptioti Is excellent, bit it It loosely carried oit. The self co use lousness off ho antlior leads to rt painful elaboration 'of details that are tfrlfliug nnd unlmjwtant. Tho Interest Centres in tlic contrast between tho lit tie girl and tke 'huse9emnt, negro 'woman named Bet. Whenever tbeso 'two nro brought logtther Uio genvrnl 'looseness ol style xm intention iHa Ipcim. nml wo nro ppeseBted with vary 'vivid picture of the relations that exlut 'cil between tbe negroes ami tire child ton of their tnnsfcTs. lliat tlicro in a 'rensotnvukilmsrs for Rich n plclnro. Is a UrliMitc, nottoslawryorauy of its ro 'suits, buttothoractcf t tbo ncg 'rocs themselves. Vvmu very part of 'the Sonthicumcs testimony to llioulfot't that the fiilrhfttliicssol't...

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. — 18 August 1882

. y.i..htc,itaa.i-:iir.s;7.a.w" iwm,- THE COUNTY PAPER. IKIUV.NH & CO, I'litillKhrr. OREGON, I t ! t MO- EDWARD L. HART, Real Estato and Insurance Agent, MAiTLANM, 110. Collections placed hi my hand will receive prompt attention. Afro bate fur talc a cliulra lot of town ntiil farm property. UK. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MAITLAND, MO. On Junto of tho University of Mleh1gan, nt Ann Arbor, hts been In active practice for 13 years. epcctai attention paid to minwuery Mia tno diseases of women and children. Office In Everhird's new brick building, Mattland, Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IOKKST CtTT, MO. Will practlco In all courts In Northwest Mlt ourl, 1'iompt atUntltn glvin to collections LEIGH IRVINE, Attorney Jt Law, As'lstetl Hon. 'J'. J. Jobnstou, of Marjvllle. Will practice In all courts In tho State. Prompt attention given to all business intrust ed tome. eptclllv to collections aid real es tate business. Office In Holt County Press building. S. O'FALLON, Attornev A...

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. — 18 August 1882

mrrn n ati itmir n a TiTin "r JL M.M.AJ JJ Villi X ill LJ OREGON MO - - uKUKinmiroMM. In the last sweet hours of tunny June, When eumtner was ringing her martin chime, I stood In tho Mimic In n sultry noon In the riwdc of tho sweetly scented llaic, In thocloljters of the hough ahovc The bees wcro singing their nnthem low; .A nil the sough of the wind was soft with lovo As It tlcwon my heart when I heard It blow voice that was sweeter than win! or bco Spoke there with solemn earnestness That trc face grew pale as It tured to me: "No sorrow shall niaho my love grow less, For I could not live If loro wero gone, And I cared for none till I cared for you;" And the monotone of tho bees went on, While tho soughing wind In the branches blew. Yet before tho roses died away The love was dying, the love was dead; And the eyes that burned In my heart that day Ilurnt all tho flowers of my heart Instead. Tho lips that framed those rhangclcss von 8 (lave careless greeting when we met; Vet the wind...

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