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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 13 October 1882

GRAND RALLY! mmmmmi The long looked for campaign opened in earnest at Forest City on Thursday, October 5th, 1882. The well known firm of Minton Bro's begin their first Grand Slaughter of the Season. Boots and Shoes will suffer. Clothing must come down. No more high priced Dry Goods. Hats and Caps at your own Price. Don't fail to call if you want to buy anything. Come and see us if you have anything to sell. N. B. H. T. Alkire, who has been a successful salesman in theliouse for the past six months, now comes to the front with an interest in the firm, and the old firm of Minton Bro's will be hereafter known as Minton & Alkire. All knowing themselves indebted to us, will please call and settle immediately. MI TON and ALKIRE. tiik COUNTY . 1OIIYN4 .V CO llllKUOS, Ml). Term or Snlwovlptloui nvonoixuis a ykah inawaxck Kill DAY, OCTOHER 13, 1832, Kansas Citv Journal: Col. Humes, who U running (or emigres in the Foil rill dn-trict, will, of eour-c, cnnvu Platte county. It will lio into...

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. — 13 October 1882

TEACH A MOTTO BE A UKNTZ.B MAX. Dr Holland said thai much hail boon written upon tho 5iitJr t of eiliirnltnit, nml great stress had been laid ujinn tho oilueatltm of tlio whole parson nhy sicnlly, intellectually and morally, but comparatively Httlo has been written upon tho social side of education, nnd graces and courtesies of life. Loeko hod laid down probably tho best pro crnnimo for!an education when ho said I 'good principles, good maunonj and discretion aro to bo cared (or lirst, intelllEci.cc nnd lntollcctual activity next and actual knowledge lift of all." Hut In our schools a course tho exact roverso of this is pursued. No school U a good school and no teacher a Rood teacher that docs not mako gentility a very Important factor In school train ing. You may deslro that your boy shall becomo a great or a learned man. Hut If you desire him to bo a gimtlvim.n n Christian gentleman, you have gone much higher In your aspirations for him. Kxperienao hovs that It depend directly upo...

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. — 13 October 1882

Ilil YlMV. .1 J1GF.t.B. Onic v.: i .ill creiiiiiK olciry. While 1'i-lnc dreatnlri:. Jioary, 3ti the ..' tiim tlilnMntf ov.t t'as!i.L- Itttiff a lit 1jj '"1 ok While ! todded, neatly !cepln3, Gently lu.ne a something crceplni,' Up my back, water cecplnsr Secili e upward from the floor. " 'Tl r ceding breeze," I muttered, "From the rcclon ncath the lloor Only th!?, ami nothing more." And distinctly I remember It a hi 011c wet September, When thccutlt ami every member Of creation that It bore, Had for weeks and wcd been KiAkln; In the rccaticft, mot provoking Iy?.V tains that (without Joking) We had ever seen before; So I knew It must be very Cool atid damp beneath the iloor Very co'.d beneath llic lloor. So I oat me, half-way napping, In the sunshine, stretching, gaping, Craving water, but delighted With the breeze from 'ncatli the lloor, Tilt I found me fe'towlng colder, Anil the etr.-tchlng waxing bolder, And myself a feeling older Older than I'd felt before. k'cclin: that my Joints...

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. — 13 October 1882

THE 'TRAVELING MAN." ella Tvnr.ELnn. First In tho crowd&l car Is ho to offer This traveling man, unhonorcil anif titiMtng Thecnt he palJ for, to jotno woman young Or old ami wrinkled. He Is Ilr6t to proffer Something a trifle from his "samples," maybe To please tlie fancy of the crying bahy. Ho lifts the window and drops tho curtain For unaccustomed hands, llo lends his "cose" To make- a holster for a child, not certain But It's mamma will frown him In tho face Bo anxiously some women seek for danger In every courteous act of every stranger. Well vened Is he In all those ways conducive To comfort where least comfort can ho found. Ills little deeds of thoughtfulncss abound, llo turns tho scat unasked, yet unobtrusive! Is glad to picas you, or to havo you blcasc hlm- Yct takes It very calmly If you f rcw.e him. IIo smooths the Jove-llko frown of the olllclal By paylmr the fare of one who cannot pay. True modesty he knows from artlflclal ; Will "flirt," of couroe, If you're Incline...

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. — 13 October 1882

uir. COUNTY 11V i). p. imitVN- .v ( o oi:r.-,i;, mo. lturne nilali Imvo tin free w of tliei tui: rinsT fair. Tnrms nf Subscription TWO lOI.!,.V ItS A V I'.AIC I N AHVANCII. , t I-'HtDAY, OCTO-'EH 0. 188a. - - - - , - - - IMll'l'MCAN STATU TU ICiri'. Supreme .1il.1u ; DAVID WAONi:!!. V.'n. ii."iii-.ni TIii Nmhnvny Valley lllslrlct l'nr, s Ilrlllluiit Suri-ess. ( THi: l'ltr.MIUM AWAItlJ.-J UTC. Mii'ilnl'inli'iil nt Schools It.llllH.Ill l iiHHli-,Minii'i . rou cokiiuus. 1VTII COMllSKSSIONAt. PtSTIIICT MORRIS A. HKi:i; itr.rtnu.ioAN (.ofS'i'V tu kkt. Ilcprcsi-iitnllvo Ciilli'Ctiir Niii-im Circuit Hcrk ('unity Clcik HlMHirillT Pnni-cullng Attorney.. Treasurer AHM'innr Pmhati' .Indue ,ln Itfi nt l.'ins", .rnd'c lt District .Imlo 'Jil Dulrut il'tirnnor .,ION.' ;.av'.' WfllTVIIM!. I'. V. Wl l.TV. , i: i:vi:i:ii i:r 1). s a . m u . '.v. n. ini'ii m:ds. i-iir.i-.iir i.vs. s. r. OT.U.I.ON .... ..MHIN M CIII'.H. i:. llltllt.WMl. i.. i:. knowm-h. ... 111111. It'l.l.lSIIS. ..Ill'.n. ANiil'.ltSON,...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 20 October 1882

Win Kntutucrdu VOLUME XVIII. ALL AND READY FOR Our recent Heavv piirrlinsu of Kali ami Winter Omuls uro now nil In, ami wp conlliillv invito nil renilers of tills nipr ulinover visit St. ,liisi'ili to t:y us a visit f Insportlim. OiirHiiltllimiini-nntsiln tlio luryest Ktnrk nf Iiilii'S' mill Ulillilrcii'.' Clonks iiml WrnpiiliiK. tallies' iinil I'lilliliTtis' Suits, I.vllci' mill Cliltilrcns' FurnWilin: (JootK mid "Iiitntits' Watdrnlip," shown Wost f CliloiiKii. Tin- very latest Introdiii'tlt'iu In .Dress Utmils. Slllcs, Vel vets, I'litslirs with trimmings to tuati'li. taw Jniiiortntinii tiintlo liy nur selves direct from I'arls of Freucli Hosiery, for tallies, (louts and Children. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN- him, mum m fa mm kit ! M Dozen bailies' anil Chllilrt'tis' all l.lnrn ll.'iiulkrrclilofs at no. "Ailnon tables' and (JtilUlrcnV Col.irrd lionlor, all I.lnrii Handkerchiefs at 8 lo tindja I -2c. Jiotlo.cn I-mlK-M' 1i:uC wlllilu'd HiuidkerclileKiill Linen nl l.v, iil.ilh, loc. av dozen ...

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. — 20 October 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. DOltYlNH .V Cn,. Iiitillhtr. OREGON MO EDWARD L. HART, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MAITLAXD, MO. Co'lccllons placed In my hands will receive promt t attention. Also Lave for rale a choice lot ol Uiwn anil farm property. DH. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MA1TLAND, MO. Graduate cf tie University ot Mlehlpan, at Ann Arbor, has been In active practice for 13 years. Special attention paid to Midwifery and the diseases of women and children. OQIce In Everbsrd's new brick building, Maltl&nil, Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IOKEST C1TV, MO. Will practice In all courts In Northwest Mis souri. Prompt attention given to collections LEIGH IRVINE, Attorney At Law. Assisted by Hon. T. J. Johnston, ot Mary vlllc. Villi practice In all coutts In tho State. Prompt attention given to all business Intrust ed tome, ctptclally to collections atd rcales. tate business. Office In Holt County Press building. S. O'FALLON, Attorney At Leu-w OREGON, MISSOURI. Will practice In ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 20 October 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, nOHVSS At Co.. l'nhllatitri. OKKGON MO 'COLO." Oar Continent. They ihc Is cold, but they say what they do not, cannot know, he very flowers that hang from the gtrdlo of Spring were glowing under the snow. Is the violet cold that It shrinks rromthe gate and the touch ot the herd! Is the song of the thrush, though It Is not per mitted to fondle the bird! They often love fondest, love surest, who nev er betray the emotion i I could tell you of one whom sho loves with a- passion as deep as the ocean. It Is true that, In words, sho has never con fessed to tho feeling; Love chooses a daintier way for Its cholscst and sweetest revealing. Never once has he touched her Hps with his own, never once caressed her hand He might kiss and cares to his heart's con tent would he only understand! 'Cold I Cold I" Did he know all her heart, as ihcv flippantly say It, He would leap with his might at the falsehood to throttle and stifle ana slay it. Some time he will know what toay ho w...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 20 October 1882

GRA WD RALLY ' ' ' ' ill llii HI A0TBPWIl?ftM f a ai I HU I Had VII nfl ll I The long- looked for campaign opened in earnest at Forest City on Thursday, October 5th, 1882. The well known firm of Minton Bro's begin their first Grand Slaughter of the Season. Boots and Shoes will suffer. Clothing1 must come down. No more high priced Dry Goods. Hats and Caps at your own Price. Don't fail to call if you want to buy anything. Come and see us if you have anything to sell. N. B. H. T. Alkire, who has been a successful salesman in the house for the past six months, now comes to the front with an interest in the firm, and the old firm of Minton Bros will be hereafter known as Minton & Alkire. All knowing themselves indebted to us, will please call and settle immediately. ' . tiii: COUNTY PAPER, I'V l). l. IMllVNi .t t(t. oi:i:iii.N, sin. 'Vcrnw of !iUci'lotloti! tv,o ihhxa'hs ayi:ai! ixadvanci: FRIDAY, OCTOHEU HO, IB31. Tin: ntilv lriiii' li nu iTiii'v win mi, uml Die iinlv t-i'Mi lev nf ...

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. — 20 October 1882

" . , W,' 1 , 'S f I V A CH.VNCIKIN TIIANKSMlVINtl DAY. Tti hulhvrinn Obtcrvtr gives fount goml iiMisiiiis why our nnntml iiiillniinl Tlmiikuglviti Day i-liouM Ito i.'linimril from tliu fomlh Tliurftliiy in .VovmnliiT Id tin; llrt r .-einml Tliiir.siln- In h't Inr. It snym Tliu ImrvuMi mill fruits of Iliu citrtli :ru nil, or itviivly tfl, Kiattiifil itml ratli iTetl In Si'pti'iuhcr nntl onrly Oi-tolior, uml In n liu-jtu part of tin; country ;nr lim, rt mn,or f tlinrotij-liliruil i-nrly u Aujrint. A soon as pracllc I'Ol.AN'll, CJIJXA J'KiS alilo alter the liarvct Is paliorou is tliu i fr .tt, c ,,nry m, jj,,t fi,.4l t,cu appropiiutu tlnio lor offeruij; to (loir (!K(). 1'. klVKIIAUDT. .tliu i,'riUltiiilo of tin) lioiut anil a public ' Oiikhox, Mo. .... 1 .. ...I I .1 I !..! I.I.-.. I - nun iiiuiuiini iiiiuiKiv in nn uiu hicj- ,sliis and boiintlus of the your. Anutlit-r ivasou sug;i!i(!l lor tin! nono-i'il ulmimo is thufai't tlint in tliu iiiiiru iiortliLM'ii portions of (In! country U...

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. — 20 October 1882

TIIK Ft.OWKUH ASH TIIK SOUL. EtmiI"? Htillctln. AO Uirnugh the dreary wlntcrdays, Heme fragrant plant ceased not to grow and bloom, KnUrctied by a hearth-fire's steady blare, Where ra.ldy coa's defied the gelid gloom, Which outdoors did Abound. Quito lustily they throve, mid seemed to steal, Por Increase, each pile sunbeam that down Rhone; Well were they cared for, and were nude to feel Tbe Impreti o( that subtle chirm which home 3o gcntly'glrds around. UntU the J jyous springtime camo apace, Anaarlts mystic oeho'ci teemed to ring, Anl Nature timed a bright and kindly fM, 83 that tho birds no longer feared toting Upon the budding boughs. Then Ultra arrived a very buir dT! The cloic-grouped plant were pirtcd, lifted forth And curried to a girdcii faraTay, All greenly beautiful, nhlch towards the north No prospect wide allows. Ah, much we missed the tender, leafy screen, The pretty blo)s5m 'gainst the window pine I lto.'uttlug then at first, we did not deem That only then departed had...

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. — 20 October 1882

A BONO Or AUTUMN. IUI1 to the, Autumn 1 Grtclotw of presence 1 Weary fo f b1 thtt ,n8 -Of theMy-tldeJojof Held and plctsance, Of the old, ful.o hymns to the faithless Spring. A fickle maiden, none might trust her, Was hoyden Spring, with her changeful mien. In ripened womanhood's richest lustre Calmly thou comest, Lady anl Queen 1 Many-to her'arc tho dlttlcs laden With honeyed breathings of (Uttering praise. Bated and vain with applause, proud maiden, She flouts her lovers and scorns their lays. Thou 1 With herVtwcro shame to compsrs tb.ee Worthier thou to bo sung and wooed; Thnn like a hhrh-born dame docst bear thoe, n.,tnnm nt tireaenee and bounteous of mood. Hall to thee, Autumn 1 Thee we honor, Queen of the Seasons, without a peer I Burlnc-l 8he has nromlso of beauty on her, But thine are the glory and crown of the year First In worship why did wc set Her, Bprlngl the wayward, the cold, tho coyl Aye, In our hearts we hadloted thee better Autumn, the graclous.tho brlngcr of Joy I...

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. — 20 October 1882

itr.tTMt'AN h'r.vrt: tickkt. Supremo .tn.lso . DAVID VA(Ni:il. SiilH-rlntemlont n Sehuols . O. ( '.111 U lisllmad (.ommloner It. II. HUM. ! itr.i't'UMt'AN ! Tin: Hepubllcnn party Is tlio parly of PAPER It l n mutter of vital Interest to lie- Ideas; this paity of principles, the party j publicans to know thai tlio Democratic of progress. Whcrover education and Congressional campaigners -nro trying intoiiii'etice prevail, ttioro you win una to give llioin mill (llssntUlied Democrats a. strong-hold of Republicanism. The "tnffy." Thoy sy "It will never ilo to ' j)einoeratln party havo over rotnrdt.d make 'leiMml' Democratic speeches ' tlio wheels of progress, nml have al io Holt. Thev will do In l'latte, but up j ways hung Ilka n leaden weight upon ovoiy effort to elevate and enlighten the human laec. There Is nothing In of what one of t'eir the broad universe, that the Democrat- 1-ratt, Mild he told thu latter eanio to Till COUNTY nv 1. 1. DOIIYNS fc CO., OltlidON, M(. Term of Snuoi-li...

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. — 27 October 1882

Win lutu:fatdia VOLUME XVIII. ' Advertisement. TO THE VOTERS OF HOLT COUNTY : I. am n Ion: way from home i In the hill ot Wisconsin ; whetc tlio tnrnt springs flow And vlntteivn do grow. I am away from home (or the puriKMo ot Improving my health tnd srlllng washing machines, and as the latter bus iness had such bad mid demoralizing effect on mo, physically, bodily, mrutalty and morally, I will have to turn my attention to nonic other or conation that wilt not bo 50 trying on mind and body. In catting about, and from the toss ot n copper, tho Assessor's office In Melt ennnty will save me. net mc nil right, and restore my shat tered ronstltutlon from the terrible trying or- dual of being a washing machine agent, and re move tho haunt and ulghl-mare of the waih tub. Ye?, voters of Holt county, I ain In the field ns nn Independent camliditte tor Assessor at the next election ; hit or miss, live or die, sink or swim, survive or perish, I will make the rare. I am in the field stripped and...

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. — 27 October 1882

. . . -- i . . i-.. ..... - 1 1 THE COUNTY PAPER. iiohvi.vh ,v Co., riiiiiiiir. t)KKC.ON MO EDWARD L. HART, Heal Estate and Insurance Agent, MA1TI.AND, MO. Collection placed ln mv nM,l,s W.IU rcc!TC worm attention. Alto have for sale a choice lot oftuwn mhI farm prope rty. DH. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MAITLAMD, MO. Graduate of tic University of Mteblgan, , at Ann feeds! attention paid to Midwifery 4fiaft.pn ni wamcu aim luuuinn w..v- Kverhsrd's new brick building, Maltland,Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, rOHKST CITV, MO. WIU Practice In nil courts In Northwest Mis souri, rrompi nutnuuii uniu wivunuvu LEIGH IRVINE, attorney .A.t Law, Assisted by lion. T. J. Johnston, oi jnaryvuic. Will nractlco In all courts tn the State. Prompt attention given to all business Intrust ed tome, especially to collections aud real es tate business. Office In Holt County Press tooildlnif. S. O'FALLON, Attornev A.t XjR-w OREGON, MIS30UIU. Will nractlco In all courts of Mlisourl. Collections and ...

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. — 27 October 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER TJOnYNH A Co., PnhlUhere. OREGON - MO an AimmitAnt. nv joiiNaiicnsi.x.vr wiiittieii. Our Continent. fwrltc my namo as ono On sands by wares o'crnin. Or Winter's frosted pne Trace a record vain. Oblivion' bhnkne claims Wiser and better name, And well my own may pass As from tbo strand or glass. Wash on, 0 wave of tlmol Melt noons the frosty rlmol Welcome the shadow vast, The silence that shall laat When I and all who know And Jove me vanish so, What harm to them or me Will the lost memory be I If any words of mine, Through right of life divine, Remain, what matters It Whose hand the mcssago writ! Why should the "crowncr's quest" Bit on my worst or beat! Why should the showman claim The poor ghot of my name! Yet, a when dies the sound Its specter lingers round, Haply my spent llfo will Leave some faint echo still. A whisper giving breath Of pralf c or blame t death, Boothlntc or saddening such As loved the living much. Therefore with ycarlnga vain And fond I still wou...

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. — 27 October 1882

tVi GRAND RALLY ! tbe fiest son grnsssum ! i01-8' I00??? fr cwnpaign opened in earnest at Forest City on Thursday, October 5th, 1882. The well known firm of Minton Bro's begin their first Grand Slaughter of the Season. Boots arid Shoes will suffer. Clothing must .come down. 'No more high priced Dry and Oaps at your own Price. Don't fail to call if you want to -buy anything. Come and see us if you have anything to sell, n wifV -ii T-, ?-e x11 accessful salesman in the house for 'the past six mqnthsnow comes to the front with an interest SZ- aid tl1 nim ?f jffimton Bro's will be hereafter known as Minton &'Alkire. All knowing themselves, indebted to us, will please call ana settle immediately. S MINTON Till! COUNTY PAPER,' . DOltYNS A: ( ()'. oki.hon, m. Tormn of SuboonrtUou: TWOlHH.l.llCS A VHAII l.AIVA.('i: FUIDAY, OCTOBER U7, 1882. " i I ttimiu'lit I Imi) niic itrnii of 1 1 1 1 i i in IiIddiI In inv wliii I nimhl rut nIT tm ami If neft-iMii'V utnl.k't I lie milrlil mailer llnw ...

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. — 27 October 1882

MARYVILLE NURSERIES (KSTADI.ISHKI) !;.) I wouht respectfully .Tifirm my old patron and friend of Holt ami mihimiiiiIImk mantli".. 1 ti:tt I nmcoastnally urottla au-t keep on hiiml u lame stock i SUPERIOR FRUIT TRESS Tr)ie to iiaiui, I Imvo tlionnmlily tcstoil for many jc.irs their liiinllhnnit ami prntlnrtUo ,ncss ami rveniiiiiii'hil their rulturc tliionuhuul Xottlmot Mitoiul. Al Vines. Plants, Evergreens Small Fruits. .Shrubs, Flowers. Etc. -Vlirilll'M llOlllll latmnle this ntil establish k worth tliolr money. nu'lit ami art Moc T W GAUNT, Prop'r. I JIAHYVII.I.K. .Il. ilAXNIHAL SOl'Klt, Agent, ' OltKiioS. MO, A. BERRES, MANtft'ACTClllUI AND llCALKII IN iFURNITUREil A fall ami rompleie lino of .Medium ami fine linntiire, whleli I u 111, sell at the eiy IjOAVCWti Pl'if-OS, I V.'ll.t. Dl'I'UCATI'. I'ltlfiCS. fC3r S Liri6 ' ' l keep a laiire stuck of Ci fllns. Cases, Caskets, . Shrouds, (lloves unit KmlialmhiK riuld. All I (irrteiNp.uni'itlyatteiiileil to, Tni.ns Heasnn nblc. A BERRES,...

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. — 27 October 1882

MM10SH Till! VIM! j.r.rttwMAgt. ChlMh.iod (1 elt In a ch irmcJ clime, Oa (lie orient borders of Life and Time, Whew the heavens bend tow to the flower nadthc bright, Swift momenta May their hatting flight, Unoertitn whether those confines he Tracts o. time or Eternity; So tint the days tike aummeri seem, And Uio f uinmcrs reach to an Infinite dream Of heaKtlful earth and mnny aky, That icarcc mores by. The adventurous feet of Youth advance Through realms of pawlon nad fair romance, Where t till the roy and Mlvcr streaks tf that earlier cllmc tint brow and cheeks; And vjntas of hone stretch endlessly, With apples of gold on every tree, And pndulous visions melting In sir, JastRecn the castle of black-browed Care; While the honey-laden minutes hie More swiftly by. lathe Talley beyond a village llcii A rainbow laughs In the changeful skies, I see the young men making hay, A mother watching her babe at play And steeples and shlps-for a river runs near; The mumble of grinding mills I hea...

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. — 27 October 1882

1 CKI.r.STJATi VISITANT. FUMOX. Mysterious wanderer ot the skr, In heaven's lirlglit caravan, In tliy cclestlnl Journey why rjctk'st tliou the abode ot manl From what far rplin tlost thoa hall, With thv mlsMoii here to men, Of unknown wonder that prevail Far beyond our mortal ken! From far-off regions Infinite, Where sum of other systems shine, Dost thou before our vision flit To Impart some truth dlvlnct Art t tou some reckless planet hurled From thine ancient orb for crime, Doomed to wander an Ishmael world Down the endless years of time! Need mankind regard thee with nwo, As tho herald ot some enrsot Mov'et thou not by some fixed law Through tho boundless untTcrsot Flashing; through tho realms ot space, What other beluirs gaze on thee, And In thy wondrous grandeur trace Tho matchless hand of Deity I Whenco thou com'st, or whither bouni What thy mission good or Ill All all, arc mystctlcs profound, Unrcvcalcd by human will. 8oon thou'lt pass from mortal eye, On thy Journey 'mid tho...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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