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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 8 September 1882

THK COUNTY PAPER n. p. nonYNs. ,t qo. OIIKOON, MO. Terroi of Subscription! TWO DOI.I.aKS A Y 12 A II IN ADVANCE FHtDAY, BEPTEMBEU 8, 1802. TO THK ItlU'tniMfAKS .COUNTY. riiMtt.int tn a nvinliitton iij!n'ut liy tlio lip. lmbtlran County Committee, ujM at VrcKiiu. Missouri, dm Hut s.tMiy,iir AppiKL.ttc.', It U lioreliy nntrrc.l that a ilHwite ioiiveiillon In. lieldnl Oregon, nn TtTKsiiAY, si:n;s:Miii:u miii, nt It o'clock A M.,'.fnr tlio ruirnst nf iinmln.ii. lug Iteputillenii i-.nnllilatei lor tin- enmity oili er nf llott enmity. I It Is further in ilercit. that tlio liepiililleans nf inn several townships In the county meet, mi , elect neU winter. Ii. I ......i,,t il.i u.. Tiir.Mixr sknati: Tlio senate of tho United Slulm whs very evenly 'divided during tho lust Mission of emigres". Tlio oiangus wliiuh will oeour after Muioh 1, 18J3. will voli',l)lyjrivo onu or tlio (ithor of tlio ly.O purUes thu control ot that body. Ai?moi:rat, Mr. fiib.son, will succeed Mr. Knllocr; from Louisian...

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. — 8 September 1882

A CITI.KN'S OPINION. ! Thomas Qutnn nn old nml rn-j a .-. tl citizen ofl'lntte county, In nn i inert icw with n St. Jocepli llcrahl re )) pi ves tbo following ns Ills opln- j Jrtmcs N. Hume, tliu Dimioornl- i. a atlilnto for Conjrus: : mve known ''il. Hume since inu, nnd L o tvntched course for yenrs. Ho tins cost '.ixpnycM of 1't.it to county inure tlum any men nho ever lived In Unit county. Our ft have iald out hundreds of thousands of .1-, tM through trim nml linvo got nothhiB to . t for ,lt. Ho lias deceit cd 111 In every ,wtiy 1 o Ule, Why, you can't find h man In I'tntto .. y who can show that Colmiel luirnesovcr 1 a ..Initio thliiR In Ihe Interest of the titxpay- 1 Ills record has been that of a man who v ' variably nitflntttho tnxpayejs." w I his nomination take among the people I ttc? AKe? Illfis your soul you will find out tut 1 - I'fbiiny weeks. I havo heard many leading 1' 1 :rrats openly declare they will notsup.- htm." Ill he get the U.ooo majority In l'lalte icd tty d...

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. — 8 September 1882

Pi If THE COUNTY PAPER, DOnVNH A CO, ruMUhem. OREGON, ! ! MO. EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, JtAlTI.AM), MO. Collections placed 111 my hands will rccelv firotnrt attention. Aim have (or sale a choice ot of town and farm property. UK. MAXWKLL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MAITLAND, MO. Graduate cf the University otMlehlgan, at Ann Arbor, bas been In active practice for 13 years, Bpeclal attention paid to Midwifery and tlie diseases of women and children. Office In Everhird's new brick building, Maltland, Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY' AT LAW, 10KKST CITY, MO. Will practice In nil courts In Northwest Mis souri. Prompt attention given to collection LEIGH IRVINE, Attorney At Law, Assisted tij Hon. T. J. Johnston, otMarjvtlle. Wlli practice In all court In the Stat. Froti.pt atttiitlon given to fll busluess intrust td tome, ctptclsllv to collections at d real es tate burincts. Olllce In liolt County Pre building. S. O'FALLON, Attorney At Law OREUON, M18SOUKI. Will practice In al...

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. — 8 September 1882

Ill HI n II Wll n Wl it" THE COUNTY PAPER. DOIIYIN8 CO.) ralitUlier. )REG0N MO pjnjKirraKxrMHK n Ihc last sweet hours of sunny Juno, '' When tutnmcr was ringing her martin chime, stood In tho rtmdc In a sultry noon In the shade of tho sweetly scented llaic, n tho cloisters of tho boughs above The bees wcro singing their anthem low, nd the sough of tho wind was soft wlthlovo As Ithlcwon my heart whcnlhcardltblow voice that was sweeter than win 1 or bco 'Spoke there with solemn earnestness hat Ire faco grew palo as It turcd to me ! "No sorrow shall make my love grow less, Tor I could not live If love wcro gone, And I cared for nono till I cared for you;" 'f And the monotone of tho bees went on, While tho soughing wind In tho branches blew. Tct beforo tho roses died away The love was dying, tho love was dead", And the ryes that burned In my heart that day Burnt all tho flowers of my heart Instead. Tho Hps that framed thoso changeless vows (lave careless erecting when wo met; '"Yet tho ...

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. — 8 September 1882

A.NNOt'NOKMr.NT.H, lVo for annoimrtiiir, M In advancer -,J ('ominutiic.ttioiK In tin? Interest ul eiiii'dritiite. M (fhtil'lT lille, I'Dtk llllUIIIICU. rinoutT ci.p.uk. Wo arc nuthnrled to nnnniinco I). M'. TlltJ MA.ni a cntidMute lot the unlet" ot t'litt'iMT c;i.KltK, .nlijtct In tin; lirpnhllc.in iiiiinliiiitliiK convention. Wo nro authorized tnlaimuuticell). S.AI.KIlti: ni n candidate for tho union nf ciltrriT ci.mik, subject to Ilia ltipii)lliMii Noinlnittlnt; Convcn tlon. ftllKltlKt', We arc mithori.rd to announce IV, 11. HVKU HAItT iuii candidate (or tint officii o( siit'.mrr ol Unit rnunty. subject to till" deeMo.l ul the Itcpubllraii iiuuiliiatliit; coiin t'litlim. MV nrp nnlliiirleil to niuiiiiiiicn .t AMI'M 1'. CUMMINS, in it cnnilliluti fur tin- office nt HiiKiiiKK 01 11011 county, iinji-ct to me tleclt Ion nt the ltrimliHcaii iimiiiIiiiiIIiik convention, HF.COUIIF.lt. ll'o arc nutliorlcil to unnoimce .TAMKH IV Ivhl.l.Y. as n candidate fur the nflleo of hi: 1 fioKliKU ov ...

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. — 15 September 1882

f J -.-III - ! - - ' . 1 I . 1 1 H '( J I I I I Mil . kja J n . I - T . I' n J C . , . TI til - I X. I M . ' V r WU,-.. HA . - . 1 . N I . ' ' 1' , l- . i 1 Uf , - ' rf I J1J . JOTi la I IIIIIKI tflbllH I'Ulal .MU1 I r-ILJ W 'S.VTH voLTnvns xvin. nuRt. It CODtilUUi And wilt bocontfnitqit. John Uoml lian our thauku for la vor.i. i Tho tliut Is horrible. Caijft wo hnvc a. sticct spilnklci ? ."250 :niloi of u river front on kh inland sen. . V. iJuniri." Tho MlWty school ben lat Mon day, Mts Mo'.lie l'aliinir, teacher. Thi'ro were snvornl SntoresHnff iiorso races at FoK-st Cily, lat &atur lay. Tho Doinocrntio County Convcn lion will bo hold In forest City on tho 28th. Kllas Render had his Nun' an colt on exhibition at tho St. Joseph Imposi tion. Attond the lriiavicf at 2 o'olock, p. m. Saturday, fcho KiLhiust. Advlco to our tailor: As I ho fall c'uctlund draw nuaicr sew on the but tou5 a littlo lighter. Quito a numbor from Orison at t.nideil Forepaitftli's bl;; show hi St. do aoi'h ...

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. — 15 September 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. 1IOHTINH V Co., Vnlill.htr.. OUEGON MO EDWARD L. HART, . Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MA1TLAK1), MO. Collcettoni plsctd tk my hand will reeclvo Moroal iteun. aim nave itr tie no lot of town and farm profttrtf. DR. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MAITLAMD, MO. Graduate of the University otMUi1n. at Ann Arbor, his bttn In active practice for 13 years. Special attention pitd to Midwifery And the oisease 01 women anu cnuuren. umce in ETtrhard's new brick bultdlnf , MaltUnd, Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IOUMT C1TT, MO. Will practice In all courts In Northwest Mis souri. Prompt attention rItch to collcctlocs LEIGH IRVINE, Attorney A.t Law. A . - 1 1 1 1 ... f t.t . t ... BB3UICU llj Hill. 1. (I. UUIinSlOO, OI JIBTJTUIC Will practice in all couiM In the fitate, Prompt attention given to i II buslnca ntrust ed tome, csptclallv to collections mil tciles Ute business Olllee lu Holt Ceunty 1'rcs! building. S. O'FALLON, Attorney .A.t Law okeoon, Miaviuw. Will rrsctle...

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. — 15 September 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, B6BYINII te Co., Publishers. OREGON - MO FAItKrVKLL. Alllhu Ytsrltonnd. Tlio boat went drifting, drifting, over the sleeping ca, And the man that I loTcd the dearest sat In the boat with mc. The shadow of coming parting hung oTertho great gray swell, And the winds that swept across It sobbed on farewell, farewell. The boat went drifting, drifting, In the linger. Ing, northern night, And the feco that I loved the dearest paled with tic paling Unlit. We etrovc to Join light laughter; wo strove to wnhenjest', But tho volco teat I loved the dearest rang sad ly 'mid the n-st. Tho boat went drifting, drifting, while tho dull skies lowered down, And tha "ragged rims of thunder" gave tho rocky head a crown. The boat went drifting, drifting, while to tho darkening sky, For the man that 1 loved the dearest tho pray er rose silently. Oh, true, strong band 1 touch no more, bravo smllomny not seel ' Will tho God who govern tlmo and ttms bring him back to my life and met DUUGUIS...

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. — 15 September 1882

w4 4 - TllK COUNTY- PAPER, D. I'. DOIIYN9. .fc CO. IHtliUON, MO. Tcrmi of Sntacrlpllont TWO DOMJMIH A-Vll.tlt'H.VADVAXCK FRIDAY, 8EPTEMI1EU 16, 1882. THi: l'AUTY OY l'ROOUESS. Does thu Itcpublloan party still merit the coiilldcnco of llio people of tills country? Tins Is tlic important question to be ueclilc.il in tho'congrcssloiinl e'eo- lions of thu' present jour. We main tain that ll dues, and the holiest tunl inti lllgent voter who u.vitnlnos the re cord van uoino lo no oilier conclusion. I'hu Kcpitbltcnn party has bravely mot tliu yrat ipics'tono of lite past, ami so THAT CRAIQ DEMOCRAT. Ckaki, o , September G, 1882. Mu. Kinitms Uvldoncos of tho scheming of thu llnrnes crow, ruforro.l to to my lust, nui) be seen in tho Malt land communication, niiulishiri In the St. Joseph Uttzdte, of thn 10th ult. That communication Is covered with 111111103' tracks, steeped lu deception and ego Usui, and covered all nvi r with nils f.taleincuts and error, and the man to Tin: iuu'Uhlicans ov l...

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. — 15 September 1882

DEMAVITV. r ewYorkTabltt, It Is something rcrtlly, tcrriblo lo ro jfleot. for tvmornonl on llio.reeklcss do i prixvlty of our jouth of tho present tiny. In looking pver our oxchupjjes fiom timo to tlmo wo tiro painfully shoeked tonottuo thtt tn all parts of tho conn try crlnio Is fenrfi)lly on tho Incrcnso nmoDR tbo young. Our trunnt schools find houses of rafiiRO uro crowded with Juvenile delinquents, hllo hundreds .of thousands oquixlly bud boys nnd girls uro still nt largo to becomo hardened criminals when they grow older, .doomed In tho ond, porhnps to be cheeked In their enreor of oi l mo only nt tho gatos of tho stalo's prison or on tho steps of tho scaffold. This matter jls boconilng very serious, nnd tho au thorities should sco to It that some thing bo done to arrest tho evil before .socioty becomes so rotten that all rem edies may possibly prove fruitless. The boy of totday will bo tho man of to morrow. A portion of 1 1)0 ri.ing gen eration will necessarily, and tlitit befo...

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. — 15 September 1882

CIIANGK, All Uio Year HonnJ.J TaeJrcar outgrow tho Spring It llhoughto r And clus tho 8ummcr with a new dcllsht; Tct wearied lenvcs her languors and licr heat Wlicn cool-browed Autumn dawns upon his Right. II Mrcooutgrowa the bnd' suggestive grace, i ud feels ncwprldolnblossoms fully blown; jbtcven this to deeper Joy give place When tending iKniglm 'neath blushing har dens groan life's rarest monuments arc derived from change, Ilia heart outgrows old happiness, old grief, And tuns Itself In feelings new and strange; The most enduring pleasure Is but brief. Our states, our needs, arc tiCTcr same: ft Nothing ron touts us long, however dear; Thosplrlt In us, like the groiscr frame, """ Ontgrows the garments which It wore last yanr. Change Is tho watchwsrd of progrcHons. When We tire of well-worn ways, no seek for new; ThU restless craving In the souls of men Spurs them to cl'.inti nnd seek the mountain view. So let who will erect n solemn shrine To meck-nroncd Constancy, and sing her p...

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. — 15 September 1882

A DnngfroiiH Influence. American Cultivator. Wo nro told thnt tlio business out look Is bright with promise thnt our crops wllllio nbunilntit, nntl that tho balance of trndo will soon bo in our favor. This Is gratifying, but Is It nny iiAson why wc should Indulge In ox truvnpancu? Ought wo to ntitlclrmto good fortuno by reckless expenditures, or would It not ruther bo wlsor to ex orcise economy until wo nro suro thnt tho tldo lias turned in our favorP Every ticuto olnr-rvur Is nwnro thnt wo huvo'be. n working to keep foreign ships employed, foreign factories in operation nnd foreign consumers sup plied with food. That Is, wo have helped to enable tho foreign workmnn to send ids productions to this country nnd mnrkot them at a profit. It would seem iliut this picturo would onforco a lesson of oconomy, which no assurances of futuro prosporltv could dotract from; but tho people have failed to heed it. Government Itself Is set ting a bad oxamplo dally by voting ex travagant appropriatio...

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. — 15 September 1882

WJf'l MTV TS, fee f ir minor, ',;, ' m Hstioo. OhiIiiumciII. n in tin' luii i' -.t f ovdul-i VJ .'Oiiti per .Hie, r i Ii In adi.itio: rtiioutr i.r.njt. We are attfhurt.'eil to oatrmitiee U v. i iiu MA,. I ,i evidMste for tiic 'ftfoe of ciMceir m,KHK,ahit to iM tSpHbSfati tioit.iti..tir. coiiVi'titkm. wt ( sVo nr.- ftiithfitt;i6'Snnnii.!l. H. ALKHVE fe a candidal--lor tiff otlii-fiif citietttTci krk, niillif( to ihe Kriiulilic.iii N!RinxllKConicti Hon. siiGJtiii-. Wo ate authcrlos to atiMmuefl W. I! I'VKR t(AKrn a candidate for the office Of siitttirr of Unit i ndhty, uibjeef tf Uio deeMm of th Ht ISlMlantl IwnilMUnr, oniWeiittoii. Wo sro fmtU.itlfil ;r. aniioiitioo .1 VWt T cUMM'Mj. s s oj,njm- for tti- ort.ee 4 piii.ntiT W Hlt i-'mntvuutipvt to the awu ln of Ihri itorml'tloan lumitiattiiR cnntcntten. itv.cOKvrn. Wi str aullinird to 'antcunea .'AMF.1: W KJ.l.t.Y, m .i oftiidUatn lor the Mtloo otnr ronur.H. or funis, nubjct u the Keiniiilieati tiDitillinjlii; convention Wo ;no atithv...

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. — 22 September 1882

- .. J rM acncw mm pxmrv. to) VOLUME XVIII. THE COUNTY CONVENTION. A Hai-moml i Or it r MM.tT. Man mm Tina the township primaries were held last Hatnr day afternoon, and wero largely attended by our Republican fellow citizens. As yet wo liavo mtxta or no al tempt in any township to forestal jr ruJ 'through delegate)! favorable to one or the other of the candidates. Knlnif.ii and good Will sceuied to prevail throughout, and w.icn the convention assembled on Turmlay, hut little InformatlsNt was obtainable as tu the prospects ejf my candidate no mo could predict with a certainty who would bo nominated. Several prominent Democrat were especially Interested, and worked energetically to secure the nomination of certain Individuals. About eJeveu oVIoek, Mr. K. L. Allen, Chair Hon at tie Ceaaty Central Committee, ended tkeeouvcntloM tn order, undread the call of the Coanty Central Ounmlltec, and nonilnnted It, K. 8. HeMnsaa, X West Lewis, as tempoiary Chiurman, who made a few pointed remark...

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. — 22 September 1882

THE COUNMt TAPER. IIOllYINM .fcC'rt., l'ulill.lici.. ORKC.OX - 510 EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, SIA1TI.ANU, MO. Collections placed lu my hand will receive Iirompt attention. Also have for sale ft choice ot of town ami farm property. DR. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON, MO. MAITLAND, Grtduate of tte University of Michigan, at Ann Kurt In mm Irn r mr-ti, . f.tr 1 'A Wr. AIUUli Mao uvu lu (.nib 'vhiv v J ' " Special attention paid to Midwifery Mid the diseases oi worn ca ana eurureii. uuicu in Bverhsrd's new brick building, MiltUud, ,Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, rORRST atr, MO. Will practice In all court In Northwest MIs aonri. Prompt attntlun given to tolleetlons LEIGH IRVINE, Attorney At Law, .Assisted by Hen. T. J. Johnston, ot Maryvllls. Will practice In all couit In the State. Prompt aid t.tlon glvm to all business Intrust ed tome, csp :cUllv to collittlons aid real es tate business. Ofllcc In Holt County l'rcss building. S. 0' FALLON, Attorney At Law OREG...

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. — 22 September 1882

THE COUNTY MPIiR, 1IOUYXH A Co.. rtibllsliet-a. ouk(;on - - - - - MO 8t. Nicholas for .August. A wifi: to him: iiusiiand. Ono ot tu dear Hut one Will lt liy . Ui t wlttl mirvclois fear, Ami clasp n band, Growing cold ns It feel for tlio spirit Und-- Darling, which onol One of in dear lint one Will statu! by t!io other' conin, blcr, Anil look ami weep, While those strange marblo lips strange it lencc keep Darling, which oncl Ono of in dear Dut one By in open grave will drop a tear, Ami homeward (J.), The anguish ot an unshared irrlaf to know Darling, which one! Ono of u, darling, It must be, It may he you will slip from mo; Or, perhaps my llfo may first bo done; Which oncl FAIUI.GAUDEN AND HOUSE HOLD. lllun Urim lNuturc. Bluo grass llourlslius host in strong, llmo-stono foils. IJoforo sowing, tlio lnnd should boniado vory rich, and tliu surfaco should bo Ilnoly pulverized. It starts verv slowlv, and rcqulros three or four years to develop fully. Owing to the length of time required 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. — 22 September 1882

Tin: COUNTY PAPER, uv n. i'. dohy.vs. & co. OltKliON, MO. W ' : ,-Trnn of Snbsorlptlont TWO nOMAItS A YKAU IX AUVANCK FRIDAY," SF.PTKMBKIi 22, IBflS. KOIt .COXdllKSS. IVTIt CON'OtttSMONAL IHttiltCT. MOKIUS A. n'UKI). StN'Hr.KTOX ON .1I.M mmS'l'S. Savannah fliT"rtrr. I.at Saturday at tho (irconback mas meeting, in thU city, Mr. M. H. Single ton, of St.- Joseph, wIki yeats apo was a whpnl horse of Democracy in this county, nimU n speech which .should have hern heard hy oi;ory hoticrt man In tho countv, without roaarii to thu paity ho Is identified with m.... 1 mil .vlil. ilm ..... l.... ii .ii i i i , i "J ? l " 1,1 1 ,,:,,!n,l llVnl 1 " Mn tWl'latttr l'urohaso lor fortyyears, nii knew Jim Iiiirnc the whole of thai time, he .said lie was a"ton!shed that the Democracy would put lip such a ninn, with such n ilainnablo record, as It Btandiiribbeaier in the Congressional contcpt. He met ono of his Democrat le friends on the streets of Savannah, that day, and rked him what the Do-1 nio...

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. — 22 September 1882

social pnopcr.Ma. ,8t. ton1 Qlif)t'tnemn(rat. ' -' IfnppettM from Iho proccctllt'gs of tlio social Srlcncn .JksocIuIIuii, which litis just closed its nnniint esloii nt Stir nlogn, tlmt there Is n great ileal to bo dono in this country bufinu everything Is.fet right. In fnct.tho outlo k nui-t be discouraging to Ihoso who are enga-jetl In tlio good work of Accomplishing it. A groat manv individuals ivho Hurt out In life with tlio benevolent intention of bringing hunmnltv up to within a runs nnablo dlslnnco "of the millennium, af ter laboring for yenrs, glvo up tho job nnd settlo down to take things us they como.. Others, of a uioro sntijjulno tll position and n moto profound faith, keep at it m long ns 'lhoy have Mrunelh nnd vigor left. It cannot bo oald that thoso pnoplo do no good. However Quixotic or premature their labors may be they denote (something by the nnltn t Ion and lvo hints of what Is riming in Its own good time Intho future. Among the thing lhnt,remain to be provided fo...

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. — 22 September 1882

HUTU. When the MlnUuht kled the litll tops, In the ili-iv of curly morn, lUilli mvi' ' ill behind the reapers, Through the golden shocks of corn. l'atlouc ulctiticd with her the pajturcs, Hope fobbed softly In her sleh, Ixwc tit up her trembling foiture With n glow of rrm1lc. Then mM Hoar, to the reapers, "Hers he all that each man lcavc., Trouble not the .ew!h inaMen, Let her gle.itt among tho sheaves" Long the m.ttcr loved to linger Looking b.Hward o'er the pl.iln, Seeing there a sweeter treasure Than tic Sammcr-sccnted grain. ltuth no longer haunt the pastures, Sobs no morn nmM the corn, follows not the the other reapers Through the dewy Ileitis of morn. But the harvest soi'gs from meadow, Slumbrous hlll-shlc, billowy plain, Bear the tidings "she Is mistress Over nil the rustling grain." Thus when Love ami Hope ntirt Patience. Glean the pastures (od has own, 8oftly-nngel-fongs shall welcome Us, the reapers, ns his own. HEART SNB GROSS. liv miis. ouriuNT. Auitorof "Kat' Stuarts" "...

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. — 22 September 1882

Mi vli MAKING I.OVK IN THE Oil 6 lit. l'u-.k. Slio tut on the stops of the organ lott Just after the second hymn; And through nnvc and cliolr to llic coot gray plro The aoiiml rose faint and dim, As they settled themselves In the church be low . For the sermon that followed next, And I sealed myjcll at the alto's side As tho parson look his text. I marked llic tender (lush of her check, And the gleam of her golden hair, The snowy kerchief 'round her neck, And her throat all white and haro; A throat so white that Indeed It might An ancborlto entice; And I faintly heard the parson's word As ho preached of paradise. My arm stole gently around her waist Until our fingers met, And a flitting blush mode tho tender flush Of her check grew deeper yet, Bnowy and fair tho hand beneath And brown the palm aboTC, And! tho brown clsr4 softly over tho while As the parson spoko of love. Ah, who Is wltc when deep blue eyes Meet his and look coyly down I Who would but drink, nor caro to think Of envy...

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