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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 27 October 1882

Till COU NTY 1iV n. i. lmiiYNS ,v,t.'9;, iiii:iiis. mo. Terms of Subscription TWO IMM.I.AUS A YKAItl.VAllVANn;. FIUDAY, OCTOBKH 27, 1882. lir.l't'MCAX STATU TtCKUT. Siipn-nif .IiiiIrc DAVID WAUNT.1t. MltxriuUMitloiit (( Scluxilt 0. ('. Illl. I.. Il.illrtiail nmmiMnm-r I;. ll.:HU.NT. i on cosuitKss. IVTII CON'flltKSSlONAl, DISTKICV. mokms a. im:i:d. JtUI'UIII.ICAN COUNTY TtCKUT, Itrtiresi'titiitlvi1 , totter Mini full into hoprless ruin. Hon PAPER, "stynitd intelligence tire llm chief, cor ner stones (if nil free Institution, Koine wiutliici! hundred yir In dying mil tlic seeds nf destruction were mwn liy her own hinds. The deellno nf the liniii'rliil lt v begun wJiph ,hcr citizens dcnartcd from vittuc mid hnnc-ty. How cnn Aini'i'!i!ii survive, when her legiln llvu halls urn lllli tl ly Uiomi wliu lrvt robbed tlii'lr own States nml been deaf to tho tears ni'.il cilrs of widows nml , orphans With Mr. M. A. Hred In Cnn-gres-, tlio ii'o'i! t if I l.o district would have nn honr.-t, upri...

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. — 3 November 1882

r fim Kruicherdh J !Vli VOLTJME XVIII. ANXOUNCKMKNT. Wo ate nutliorlicil In niniotinro JAMKritt. JlltOWN, m mi Itnlopcnilriit rnnillilatu furtiic OillCC of CONSTAM.K tlf lA:UlltMVM1lllll Look out for spurious tickets. Apple a 10 about nil giilhcrcd. Look :it thi comet beforo It vanish cs from sight. Thanksgiving turkey will soon put In u appearance. 7. Williams, of Kansas, Is teaching the Sohaffor school. Frost Ims sot its seal on vegetation anil everything green. Wheat throughout the county looks nicely anil Is coming up fast. Tins is unilonliteilly an atiplo year, nnil this tho upplii county of thu world. I'ast uio is belter this time in the year than it has been for a number of years. Tho road supervisors Imvo liren nt work on thu roads throughout tho county. Tho apples of Holt county am tils appearing pretty fast. Tney wid soon till bo giiuo. ' The trees arc shedding the'r sum mer clothing and putting on their wint ry appeal nnees. S. T. Stvcottnan lins puielmsnd tlio Nlol Ilnbl...

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. — 3 November 1882

if THE COUNTY PAPER. IIOHYIMH iV ..., Vtlbll.hcr.. OREGON MO EDWARD L. HART, Estato and Insurance Agent, Real MAITLAND, MO. Collections placed In my hands will receive prompt attention. Also have fur talc a choice lot of town nml farm property. I3It. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MAITLAND, MO. Graduate if tl c University of Michigan, at Ann ATuor, uub ucci in acme piacinc ior loji.ns. Special attention paid to Midwifery muI the aiscatcs 01 women turn cuwuren. umce in Evcrhird's htw brick building, Maltland, ..Mo, D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lOUKST C1TV, MO. Win practice In nil courts In Northwest Mis souri. 1111111111 nttiiitii.n plvtti to collections LEIGH IUVJNE, Attorney .A.t Law, Agisted by Htn. T. J. Johnston, of Marytllle. Will practice In all tcii't" tn tl.c State. rroinrt Attention Riven to all btulucss Intrust' ed to inc. i-MicIllv tj colltetlons :iul rule,- tito bmlncts. Office In Holt County Tress S. O'FALLON, Attornev .A.t Law OREGON, MI830URI. Will practice In all ...

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. — 3 November 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, noilT.VS .1: Co., Publisher. OREGON MO ACTOMXAI, 1'IOTOUKS. ACOVSTX LARKED 1 s;e tho fields whjro cattle graze, Tho bills sift mjihel In silver hazs, The g M-broTn broalt anl iineleut brills J, And old ret mill bineath tho ridge, And Am lljhts on tho orchard side, With mMS-gr.itvn trees low branching wide; The livnlctiicittcl In the glato A drayjy nolle that bvos th3 shads. The d lily highway, loaj nndbwwn, Slorr crsepln j out beyond the to mi To bra wt tho hllMlo In Its strength, A silent, trealcH mile In length, Far to tho hanzlnr woil on high Thit with their rduro ssith tho cyel With myriad dyes of dinky ereenl I lli.it wiar S.p'.jin'jjr' rlehait hean. The goldon-rol frau myrld whorls IU sunny orlflaoi in unfurls, An! trluraphio'or tin dusty way, to np atono J by tho thlatlo gay, Tnat sprnvU a disk to roijr fair To feed the pvstty btrdi of air, 1 AnlforcniDSt, with a twittering note, Tho dainty galddih swells it throat. S T.io nosntlda warm tho quiet nlr With jo...

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. — 3 November 1882

tiii: COUNTY PAPER, uv 1). I DOIIYNS A- CO. UIIMION, MOi Till. ST ATI. TtrKivr ! It is very doubtful ti) our mind wheth er tliu Democratic fjlolu ticket H cU'i-ll this tall. If tliu Republicans noil their Hill vote, iiml II will 1! nip mill tuck mrti w)ioo names nrn lmt n guarantee of their Integrity ami capacity, They wIllUrliurcR nl, I lie duties which inny devolve upon tlii'in, Imuptljy mid faith f nil v within tliu strict kUnr of tho Jaw. Term of SuTaeorlptlont TWO DOLL I US A YKAK IX AOVAXCK i mabc tliu ISrcun-uek party In tbu long between the thryu parties with clinnei-s ' Th Republican candidates are honest of tho Hepithjieun parly winning and men In private llfo and will bo consci entious public servant. J lie people FRIDAY, NOVKMnun 3, 1B82. "ti' 1 llwiimlit ! Ii.lil line ilmll III mv vi lli I would rill i'IT llil iirm It iimwn iuhI lu( Ihi' ini JrmiM .V. In Tin, milv lrhie llrmiiprnev will Isufc-ses. uud tin- im1 Midi mi' it IfiiiT:ill oxielleiiey iiml I run. bo Hepubiicnu...

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. — 3 November 1882

?sjama, - . .- i..:jTmmmmm W TAtllFF TESTIMUNT CLOSKD. Tho c'one ol tho publlu seanlon of llio Tariff Commission wunIiI have attract ed much more attention If political Mimpalgns bad not linen In projjn-M. Tho general Interest taken lv "n ncturorH, miners sind huslness mon In tho doings of thu CommUslon has been wlwwn In tho extraordinary variety of tho statements submitted. It seems ns If almost every branch and kind of bimlness had been represented before tho Coinmis.si.in by mon who had la bored to set forth the practical work inRsoftho tariff as It affect their in terests, and to explain what changes, if nny, thoy believe would bo for tholr advantage. It has pleased Democratic and Free Trade organs to treat these KtntenienU wllh contempt and often with abuse,, Hut there U nothing dls credltnbtu In thu general desire mani fested lo secure a more favorable ad justment of duties. It Is the Very cs neneooi tho protective system that It seeks to adapt legislation to tho actual and va...

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. — 3 November 1882

BUlt I.ONA. tioiiATip xr.tx rownns. Suppose that wo could read at In a book The inoon'scnchantments all romantic lore Learned by the heart In her bewitching look Anil crcry secret of 'her charm explore ' What legends ot sweet dreams would sate our cyca, And sumptuotu pictures of untold ilcstrel What miracles o tendcrncsj surprise, And hopes ablaze with Pentecostal Orel What page? writ In ecstasies and tcirs, And yearnings that have never had a tongue What loves, ambltlnu, lamentations fears, What hymns of Ucauty that arc yet unsung! Into what realms of wonder, whAt strange bowers, What palaces of pleasure, would wc go I What music lull us, and what flowers Ot unknown Incense would about us blow I What ccas of mystic splendor would wc sail, Enchanted Isles and fairy shores along, And muse In gardens where the ulgt ttugalc . Interprets the o'crloadcd hesrt In song I Even now I hear youth's passionate appeal, ' Pleadings of parched lips that thirst to meet, Oreat spbi of Joy that years...

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. — 3 November 1882

tmmBBm "TWti L t UnGAMS'OF rBR PAST. fair dtci the sunset, to golJcn anil tender, Wistfully charming oar spirits away; Bo all the glaiinca ami pleasure and cadness, au that is ncautirm never can stay. Tet as the enmhlno that near us at noonday Seemed not so lovcblc, winsome and dear; So all the Joy and the lore and tho friendship, when f r away, more enchanting appear. II. They who have labored well lovo the night's coming, Gladly they watt n moro hcaaUfntmorn. Alt of the good wo have loved Is Immortal ; Out of tho sunset tho sunrise Is bom. When In tho twilight we long to loolc back ward, Then, oh, come haclc (gain, lovely and clear, Sweet as a sunrise that brightens forever. Dreams of tho past, onco again, oh, appear 1 THE COUKSB OF EMPIRE. Context of Itlahop llnrkolcr'a Fntnoua Lino, With So mo Account of Its Author. A correspondent wIsIich to know which Is tun right word stnr or course to bo used in tho famous lino by Bishop Uerkoloy In tho closing voroo of Ids famous poem. "Cou...

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. — 3 November 1882

i TIIK G.bUNTY PAPER,' i. i. imn'vNs a co , OltKdON, MO. Tcrmu of Snbsoriptlon ; TWO DOLLARS A YKAK IN ADVANCE. FIUDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 18 82. THE would vi'iiliiit' to erase his iinnia from tlui ticket. . 1'. I. Welly, candidate for Collector, has lcon in ttitsltivss In Mound City for tt number, of year, and is one of tliu foremost young men of that proper oin cltv. Ho Is very conversant with nil elnsses of book-keeping and reals ivcoNsiHTKNt v or tub muss Vhnt a remarkable InUrcst Is just now taken by the Press In tcotng Jus tice (?) done to our Herman friends. And how Indifferent (?) tho Press is us to tho support of tho Germans for tho Democratic county ticket. Tho Hermans compote ono of tho very tratlons of tax collection. lie Is emi- best clascs of our population, and It Is Republican Ticket itsht For iludao of iho Supremo Court, 1).VVI1 WAUNI'.lt. Tor Superintendent of 1'ubllo Schools, os.M Kit ('. till l.. For ltallroad Commissioner, ItOHKIlT 11. llt'NT Constitutional Anteiiilmcl...

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. — 10 November 1882

rre 4 4L. AND Ready for Our reeent Heavv piirehnw of Full and Winter Uootlsuro now nil In, itml we ronllully invito nil reader of 1 1lls paper who ever visit Ht, Joseph topay usavMtot liHpertlon., Our Suit Koonis eontnln the larwtst Htoek of ljiuies' niiil children t' Cloaks and Wrapping, Iridic' and Clillilrftn' Hull., I..i'JlcV ntnl Children' HiirnUhlUK Hoods, nnd "InlniiU' Waiilrubr," shown West of I'hloaRo. The ery Intent Introductions In llrem floods. Milks, Vel vets, riumieH with trimmings tu match. Large ltiiKrtiitlti uuid by our selves direct from l'arls of French Hosiery, for iAille, Heats tind Children. SPECIAL - 1N - Wry, Handkerchiefs and Hqosb Fuiidi&g Goods ! M Dozen l.ttilles nnd Clillitreits' nlll.liien llaiulketclilef at 5e. ".1 dozen ladles' nnd Children' CuUired bonier, nil Linen HumlkerclileN at 8 1-a. lu and 12 1-Se, Co dozen L-ulleV hntxl-xtltelted Handkerchiefs, all Linen at 13c, plain, loe. 2.VI dozen Hint. I'laliuind Kiiney Colors. Iroiu Ilnnkmpt Sale li...

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. — 10 November 1882

TUB CUVINQ EVIL. HIW YORK BOX, Oar beer Is .full of wfqljt.lilnfrg, f There's terra Mbit fa ottr candy! ! Fl8onotcs,'too"'6ft, thbt'cnhr slngj, Our brandy's 'anything but brandy ! Our tea would mako Celestials weep, Our woolens bubble o'er with cotton ; Good fruit Is alwtys on the top, While underneath Is placed the ft The oyster laughs their skill to scorn, They can't adulterate tioUtocs-, But, though wo know that "eggs arc eggs," They often teem half talaratut, Tho English ale Is far behind Tho brew that plflascMhe cheery blckcns, Andl'm couTlnctWwo buy a kind ' ' Of paUiOehnum-Tltic chickens. On with the dance 1 Wo must not daro To spend a momcntln reflecting, Blnce what we cat and drink and wear Is filled with what we're not expecting. .-, ll I t ' . ' my iurcicu worue, mougu iew nna sauf Perchance rrfay be anticipated Our politicians aro so bad Thty cannot bo aduteratcd. 1, A LITTLE GOLD OWL. "Do you know what a fnraous Rus sian beauty onco wroto In, lior alburuP NoP Let mo tol...

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. — 10 November 1882

BAPER. tl VeBTlNa As Co., rdblWhf OREGON MO EDWARD L. HART, NmI Estate and Insurance Agent, MAITI.AN'D, mo. Collections placed hi my hsnds wilt receive rotnpt attention. Also have lor tale a choice tot of Umn and farm property. DR. MAXWELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MAITI.AND, MO. Qradusto of the University ol Mlshlgan, at Ann pedal attention paid to Midwifery And the Meases 01 women anu cniiaren. uuice in verbard's new brick building,' MaMand,lMo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, . IOKEST CITY, MO. Will practice In all courts In Northwest Mis souri. Trompt attention given to collections LEIGH IRVJNE, Attorney .A.t Law, Astlsted by Hen. T. J. Johnston, ot Murjvlllc. Will Practice In alt court In tbo State. Prompt attention Rlviu to all business Intrust ed tome, eipiclallv to collections atd real es tate business. Oltlco In Holt County 1'rets muiuing. S. O'FALLON, Attorn v At Law OREGON, MIS30URI. Will cractlco In all courts of Mltsourl. Collcctlous and nil manner of legal business will r...

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. — 10 November 1882

COUNTY i). PAPER, IIV 1. DOIIYNH .fc CO. i , OltKIION, MO. Terms of Subs orlpUon I TWO HOUAUS A YKAIt IN ADVANCE. FIIIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1882. ' OFFICIAL VOTE OF HOLT COUNTY: ''aax-iiEOTiO'iv, wovaEsiMCBaisn 7tn, 1885$. THE COUNTY ELECTION. T in uuouior commii wo iiubllsli tho ro- turns o thu election In this county. .-summed trp, tuoy indieato that tho Jto publicans havo alectcil tho County At torney. Circuit Clerk, Assessor. Koine ueiitrttlvo, Collector, Treasurer and Tro- bulo Judge, whllo tho Democrats, witl tno assistance of tho C-rconlmckors and Hcpublleuns, have secured tho County Court. County Clerk and Shorlif. Mr. need, tho Kcnublicnn candldalo lor Congress, iceoived a mnjurlty of 111, a gain of 126. We do not caro at this dato to detail tho blunders committed by tho Republi cans, both in convention and in their campaign. Tho errors aro fully under stood and admitted. Holt is soundly Republican, nud all tho party has to do, Is to ccaso acting babyish, and to see that Borne ...

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. — 17 November 1882

jKrrfttO'"VByAnn"'w 5 ,u 5. 14 3 If slh- ' nam iw Mffrw-" " 'n'' .i VOLUME XVIII. ALL I3ST AND READY FOR Our recent Henvv imrrliiiH' of Kali ami Winter I!ihm1 nre now nil In, ami we rnnll'illy invito nil muter nf this inier who put visit SI. .Imeili tu pay w a lll ( Inspection. (nr Sail Itimms nntnln the largest Slock ut Laities' :unl ClillilriMi i' '1 oak mnl Wmnplnits, LnillcV iuul t'tillilri'tin' Suits, lcllcs' anil riillilrrns' I'limMiIni: tlowK ami "Infiuits' W'nr'rilic,"slimMi West nf t'hlnigo. Tin1 wry lattwt liitrmlnetliuts In Dress tlmiili, Mllkv, Vcl wis, I'ltnlies will) tilininliiKH I" iniUeli. Ijirp- lmmrtiliin lii.nle liv our selves illrcct from I'iuIhuI IViicIi Hosiery, fur l.nlli'i, dents ami Clilltlrcn. SPECIAL BARGAINS f v Htsisry, HunUisfs and Inn Friung M; !j Ml lki;.en l.nillcs' ami Clillilrciw' nil Linen Itsnitkrrrlilcts nt fie. T.lilooii l.h'lli"' iuul ('liltilrcns' Cnltiri'il Ininlcr, all Mnrii llatnlkori'lilofs nt S I -I. Id iuul la l-4e. nin'u'.i'n Lnillcs'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. — 17 November 1882

ROMANCE. Ton bclla in the steeple, ring, ring out your changes, How many soever they be, And let the brown meadow-lark's note as he ranges Come orer, come over to me. Yet bird's clearest carol by fall or by swell Ing. No magical sense conveys. And bells hare forgotten their old art of tell ing The fortune of future days. "Turn again, turn again," once tbay rang cheerily, While a boy listened alone; Made his heart yearn again, musing so wear! iy All by himself on a stone. l'oor bells! Iforglieyou; your good days arc OTer, And mine they arc yet to be; No listening, no longing shall aught, aught dlscoTer You leave the story to me. The fcxelove shoots out of the erccn matted heather, Preparing her hoodt of snow; She was Idle, and slept till the suushluy wcath cr O, children take long to irrow. wish, and I wish that the spring would go faster, Nor long summer bide so late; And I could grow 011 like the foxglove nud aster, For some things arc 111 to wait. I walt.for the day when dear hear...

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. — 17 November 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, BORTX Jte C., riblUke r. OREGON - - - - - M 1 SHALL UK HATISFIKD. nnrr Milt. Kotlieret Votherel Not where the sparkling waters Fads Into mocVlug lands as we draw near! Wum Into tho wilderness eah footstep fatt ters I shall be satisfied but oh I not here. Mot here) Where every dream of bilks de cclrrsus, Whero tho worn spirit never sains its ko1; Where, haunted ever by the thoughts that grieve us, Across us floods ot bitter memory roll. There Is a land where every pulse Is thrilling With rapture earth's sojourners may net know, Where Heaven's repose the weary heart Is still ing, Anl peacefully life's tlmc-tosscd currents flow. Far out of sight, while yet the flesh enfolds us, Lies the far country where our hearts abide, And of Its bliss Is naught more womltrous told us Than these few words "I shall be satisfied." Satisfied! sattiflcdt the spirits yearning For sweet companionship with kindred minds The silent love that here meets no returning The Inspiration which no...

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. — 17 November 1882

t 1 tl . " Till? COUNTY PAPER, IIV II. I. 1IOIIYNS A CO , OltlJtlOX, .Mil, Tormi of Subscription I TWO IHHiIiaIISA VKAlt IN ADVANCK. FIIIDAY, MOVEMDim 17. 190S. Win. nimu follow In Now Voik move, to make It unanimous? Tiik gieal siuteof Matuchiiftt,prc lers it llutler to it Uislinp. Tin: llvsscs spread over tin, country liocitino thin, mnl Hih October mnl No vctubor gates fractured tho gsiwo ter ribly. Tiik vetwr.tble John llud dph, mi unulo of Mrs. Juincs A, (iurlicltl, ha juM died nt Illtaui.tho seat of lllmm Colk'ge. It may he a foolNh wlh, lint, wc wonlil llku lo have seen the way New j wi ieain received niu iicwm of lien lint lei's election. Verily, llnin works won (lcrs. FiN'AM'iAi.t.r thu conniry does not appear to h tve been riiincd by the lie-1 feat of the Scerutarv of iho Trnimn v. ! . . ' " lint iliuro was it ruti n In t in sinnk market. W'v. intend to be very kind to Hie 1 Democrats mid advio theni frequently. I We thrrcforc sngge-t to thtin : Fori IViosldrnt in 1881,. ....

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. — 24 November 1882

'WuKaueh,,,,.. t. .JSIW) 3. 1 1 I ill il l V- V.r. 3& I It I J. M II 111 HM I III I -v ". .W lUKlM U UriL-Zr 3 VjTI V I lX. If I II .J ,V vf' 7s. w S 1 til. f.:rHMaSVk- V (fARM 3CINC IN HOLT COUNTY. MO ft VOLUME XVIII. AND READY FOR Our rvcMit Heavv jnirclmss of Kail anil Winter Oooil aro now nil lit. and wo corillnlly invito nil renders of this paper wlio ever visit St. Joseph, to pay ut a visit nt liism-ctlou. Our Suit Koom rontnln tlio laricest Stock nt Kitties' and Children jM'lo.ilss ami Vrranplnu, Ladles' ami Children' Halts, LvtleV and Children' furnishing Hoods, and "Inlnnts' WatJrolie," liovn West of Chicago. Tho very latest Introduction In Drew (loods, Hllks, Vel vet, riuMiPA with trlinnilnss to mnteh. l-nree Importation mart, lir our selves direct from Tarts of French Hosiery, for Lndlot, Genu and Clilldrou. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN- wry, minis and House hum Mi ! r,0 Dozen Ladles' and Children' nil Unen Handkerchiefs at Be. 75 dozen Ladles' ami Children Colored tinnier, ni...

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. — 24 November 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER. noni'lNB te Co., lobllher. OREGON MO FnWARD L. HART. Real Estate and Insurance Agent, MAITLAND, MO Collections placed hi my hands will receive prompt attention Aim hare for talc a choice tot of to unand farm property, DU. MAXWELL, FHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON, MAITLAND. MO. nr.,itit nf ike tlnlvrrsltv of jillehlcan, at Ann Arbor, baa been In active practice for 13 years. Special attention paid to Midwifery Mid the diseases 01 women anu cuuuicu. Evtrhsrd's new brick building, Maltland, .Mo. D. S. ALKIRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IOIIKST CITY, MO. Will practice In all court In Northwest Mis souri, irompi autmiuu gucu iumi.h LEIGH IRVINE, Attorney Jt Letw, Assisted by Hon. 1. J. Johnston, of M&ryvlllc. Will tiractlcu In all courts In the State. rroapt attention glun to all buslucss intrust ed tome, wptclsllv to collections ai d real es tate busincts. Olllco In Holt County Press building. S. O'FALLON, Attornev .A.t Law OREGON, MISSOURI. Will nractlce lu all courts of Miisourt. Co...

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. — 24 November 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER, BOHTXH A Co., rnhll.hu-.. OREGON M TUK OIHLS. riONEEIt 11EOISTKH. Hear the laughter of tho girls Pretty girls. What a fund ot merriment each ruby Up un furls I How they clutter, chatter, chatter, ' In the balmvalrof nlrrhtl VhUe the stars that ovcr-epattcr All the heavens hear their clatter In osoft and mild delight To the tintinnabulation that unceasing over purls. From the girls, girls, girls, girls, Ulrls, gttls, glrlt, From the wild, capricious, saucy, jaunty girls. 8co tho flirting of the girls lladUnt girls! How the lover's softened brain wlfdly whirls Through tho mazes ot the ball, Up and down the stately hall 1 How ho skips to and fro And perspires! Would that wo could t '11 tli j Idiot all wo know Ot the Arcs Into which tho false ones hurls Each now whim sco tho llame luw It swirls How It curls 1 How It curls I Better far that they were churls; Than fall victims to the girls; To the prattle and the rattle Of the glrla, girls, girls, Of tho girls, girls, gi...

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