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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 11 March 1881

lit-' a fcMrti-.' Montgomery & lloeckor, IJANKKKS AND 11 MO KU US, OREOON, MISSOUM, Loan Money, Uuy Notes. 'Draw Drafts on nil frtdiml cities, anil ClletUni promptly made ray Tuxes for non-residents Loans negotiated cm steal rattle, nt'd InvtstnicHts inmle on fnvora ble terms. 'ilcrc.1t allowed hi Time Dcixislts, THE Frazsr & McDonald FOREST ,CITT, MISSOURI, CpitANSACTS ii gcnix'al liankilii; bualnos,! J. Salt exchang. on tUe elder cities (if Hi. Culled Mates and Kuropc. Allows Intercut o UepailM when left ns.evincd time, Colleillan rccolira earerul uttunttun. b. 1). Flt,Klt, I), MeliON.il.I). l'tiumuKjff. (Uitnuin. T. T. Tl! ATOIiKlt, M. I). HOMOSOPAJTHIST AND SUUGKON, OttFJON, MlSSOtmt, omOK.-..t residence, two douri north " J. ,A. K. ores' Wore formerly rvsidcHcg of tail Oruii At UOKL1X, M. K. O.A. rlK(IKNIIAl'M,A.M.,M.r Goslln & rieKcnlmnm, r-IYSLCMN AND SUIIGKOXS, .9RKUOX. MO. ,WeR-neitor asulli t Ennk, up-stalrs IZc. VKri-wtl cToTaVkkn, PEPPER & AIKEN, Attorney...

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 March 1881

f THE COUNTY PAPER. By HAVKM'OKT At HOllYNH. OREGON, mo FOltHHODIKOS. A. W. The sail waves sobbed and sank and sighed, Then broko with moans and slowly died; The, rustling pines, In low refrain, Bent back a monody ol pain. While over all the midnight clouds Had flung their gloomy, sombre shrouds. As sad and restless as the sea, My spirit tosetd Incessantly ', From out tho heart a murmur stole; A thrill of fear swept o'er the soul, A fear lest life, with all Its light, Should end, dissolved In blackest ulght. For o'er the future bright and gay Stern Time had thrown his mantle gray; E'en Hope prepred to take her flight And disappear beyond my sight; And In the night wind's chilling air I caught the accents of despair. 'Tlspatt! I sec a glowing star Shine out amid the clouds afar, And soon Aurora's golden gleams Flathcd o'er the deep In rippling streams; As night fled back before the day, 80 all forebodings passed away. The glad waves laughed and danced and sacg Until the rocky headlan...

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 March 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER HrHAVESrOBT b BOBTNI. OREGON, t MO THE HOOTS OF THE It OSES. Tho leaves aro fading ana falllsjr, Tho wind are rough and wild, The birds have ceased their cilllnfr, But let mo tell jou, mj child : "Though day by day, as It closes, Doth darker and colder grow, The roots of the bright red roses Will keep llvc In the snow. .And when the winter Is over The boughs will get new leaves, The quail tomo back to tho clover, The swallow back to the caves; The robin will wear on his bosom The vest that Is bright and new, And the liveliest wajslde blossom Will chine with sun and dew. 'So, when some dear Joy loses, Its beauteous summer glow, Think how the roots of tho roecs Are kept alive In the snow. MISER'S LIFE IX EVAI)A. "Whoio hov you bon this time o1 tnlehtP" ho crowlcd, showing his teeth llko a wild nnlrnal. "A pretty tlmo fur an honest gal to bo prowlln' round tho country." Ho enmo near to her, raising his arm us if ho would strlko her, but sho looked him Bteadlly and defi...

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 March 1881

aU'ilo of nlcr.stirei, ami .-ill manner of milui. with a verj little or nunc of Jhe ' nttiuetloiit. Then few young ltirn will t,ev MtlchH. irtlll, quantity Is not so leave the einihtiy for the town. THE GREAT STORM-WEEKI Trvmcmlotii ItmliifullSlertl IrolSnnw! I A World OlUtriiliiK InArinurtl Some rcnrd should. bo made i f this j liheiiomcmil week for reader In the ! future. The stonily time bejran with n rnln full on the night ol Friday, I'cb. 1th. Tht t rnln fro7c m It fell, nml continued until I lie moriiinpof Snnday. the 6th. What a Mpt-otrtolo wni presented by a world, cased, m It were, in n mail of Ice several Inches thick! Tree, bush es, hou.r?, fi'iiet'.i, street, paths, field-", oiu door utensils mid every livitm crea ture exposed lo thh ruin, all panoplied in resplendent armor t! The surface of earth transformed Into a skating rliiK, over wkleli Ihe merry slider were swiftly scudding; whllo others were plidltie;on slcdi as though driven by itifls hie propulsion! Somu used u...

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 March 1881

nit ' " ' VOLUME XVI. OREGON MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1881. NUMBER 41. Mound City has a moot court. Ex Governor Hall, of St. Joseph, bus gone to tho Hot Springs for health Nenl Holilltzcll, of Craig, goes to Mnltland to llvo. And will proceed forthwith to build thoro. Maitlnnd, by nil accounts, Is going to beat any town In Holt county at building t his spring. Married on Thursday Inst, at Or gon, Mo., Mr. Henry Fuorbnch to Miss Sarah Howard, daughter of L. N. How ard, Esq. frof. Hill it Is said wants to bo U. S. Marshal for tho Western District 0 Missouri. He is capablo of worthily filling any place- ho may ask for. Mavyvlllo, ns well as most other places Is out of hard coal and almost out of soft, and no hope of a supply, soon. Take our advice in last weeks Issue Nodaway county Is to have a new Court house and Jail, Hoth are badly needed thoro, but hor peoplo wore wise to wait until thoir population justified building something worth while. Press last wock picks out several loca...

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 March 1881

CHILHHEX'S CORXUR. i':iti.'si:oiti:r. tuctuui. Volt Cti'i':i!on. 1 know a little :t!:l, Hut I on't tell who! flrrbatrlsof the gold, Ami her ccsare of the blue, Her smile 1 of the sweet, And lier heart Is of tho true) Sachn pretty little girl I- Hut I won't tell who. I sec her everyday, Hilt I won't tell where: It may be In tho lane, By the thorn-tree there; It may ho In the parden, l)y the rosebuds fair; finch b pretty little gltlt- l)ut I won't tell where. I'll marry her some day, Hat I won't tell when; The very smallest boys Make the very blfgosl men. When I'm its tall as father, You may ask about It then; Such a pretty little glrll- But I won't tell when. 'I'lir Top ol the Snllcr. Nine oViockl Tho school bell mug, but Arthur, dcou In tho llfo of Welling ton, nml with lils linger!) in both cars, did not hear it. Wellington was his hero, and he rend and reread every de tail of hU brilliant lllo. It was a llfo worth living, Arthur thought; all cxclto mcnt and glory. Ho meant to bo a...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 18 March 1881

WASHINGTON. Hnramarjr of IVmKrcxMoniit Pro ccedlHgH. 8KNATK. Washington, Thursday, March 3. The deficiency appropriation bill was reported back from tho committee with nn nmcntimcnt. The Senate Insisted upon ltd amendment to the sundry civil bill, aud a new conference, was ordered. Tho Ben at o tooh up tlio iicneral de ficiency bill and tho Hcnatn committee amend tnehts wero agreed to. After tome considera tion aud amendment It passed. A number of prlrate pension bills passed. Wallace, Davis of Y. Va., and Booth were appointed a com mittee ol conferenco on tho deficiency bill. Tho Japanese fund bill was taken up. Klik wood' amendment to reduce tho total to 1555,000 was rejected, and tho bill passed. Ayes, 40, nays, 07 Cooke, Harris, Junes of Fli., Moxcy, Vest and Withers voted no. Tho bill directs tho payment tn the (lovernnientof Japan the sum of $1,403,224, and nut of this fund (243,000 as prlzu money to tho ofllcers and crew of the 0. 8. shin Wyomlnc or their legal representative...

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 March 1881

this COUNTY PAPER, UV DAVKNl'OllT Jb DOIIVNS. OltlUlON. MO. HnUretl at the I'mlofflrr nt Oroei, Mo Hi sertnnl.claM matter. Terma of Subt orlptloni TTO DOMiAHS A YK.VK IX ADVANCK. Advertising Rntoi. Tkhlrli aro cry ru.nnnsilile, when tin- lnnjo c-lr-ulntliiiintTllKCoi'NTV I'Al'Kli li ninililcri'il will lie made known on aii1K'ntloit in tin- I'uli Ushers. Money may lie wit at ur rlk liy riMnice order, tlmlt or rcRMcrctl letter. Cftrrcapttnileiirti anil nrwi are alunjs tlolreil, list lettc r mint lie tvrlcf nml mint li.ne tlie Ktiiiiliiti name of tlio author, hot for publication but na a itiinratity nf ueml faith. I'tuuiMUiilcatliius In tlie lutcront of raiiitlilutc4 will lierhaiveil for nt tlie r.Us of three Cclil vtr want, rash In athauto. Obituary poetry will lie eliari:ett for nt the rate. o( ten cent' lier line nml the t'ush nu.'t nceiimpanytlu mamuerlpt. rtejfcteitiii:uimerlpt will lit he returned. iMtor for publlctlmi "dmuM reach in by Tuesday iwoii to linure llnertluii In that ...

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 March 1881

Montgomery & ltoeckur, HANKERS AND UHOKKUS, OKF.UON, MISSOURI, Isui Mnnej, liny Notes, Draw Drafts on nil rrlclM cUIci, rihI OlleutUtH promptly made! T'ay Tittes for iinii.rcsldfiitt ) Wonts tirirotlntoil tin real cautc, and IiivkiiiichU matin mi favora ble torini. hitsrmt allowed nn Tiino Deposits. THE Frazer & McDonald FOREST CITY, MISSOURI, rpltA.fSACTH a Koruia! Iiaiiktiiu IiiiiIiiuh X Stalls Lti'hntie on thn chief cities of the United StaJon anil Humpe. Allow lutotest o da'ponlLs vrlien left a ii.oelUed lima, Collcctleti receive careriil ntlgntloi. ji. is. FitAxmt, v. uci)(xt.n. l'Ul-MDKVT. (.'UlUJ'lt. J. T. TMATOHEK, M. 1). HOMffiOl'ATIIJST AM) SURGEON, OltKtlOM, M1SSOU1U, OHKICK.-sAt roildintce. two donri north .I. A. IwctoVr More j foimrrly rcililrjito o( tti tlrwn A. UOHLIN, Mi M. .A. KIKUKNUA t'.l,A.M.,lt.l) GohIIii & FlcKeiibiiuin, MIYSIClAXd AND SUR(iEONS, uskqon, mo. OFFIOB-Oue duor tenth of U.ink, ttp.alnlrs II. C l'Kri'1'JL C. O. A1KKN, PISPPHU & AIKEN...

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 March 1881

THE COUNTY. PAPElt. lly IIAVK.M'OKT .fc 1IIU1YXH. OUKGON, : : : MO LATE NEWS (cncrtil i"cTHi Eight buildings woro burned at Ulilge wooJ, N. Y.i March lUli. Loss, $10,000. A firo in l'oughkecpsiu, N. i., March 3d, caused ft loss of 1(50,000 worth of property. Judgo Parker, In the eaio ol Captain l'ajrnc, for alleged violation of tho Territorial law, has deferred his decision until May. A ilro In tho HohuontOil works, Phil adelpbta, March Oib, destroyed a number of bulldlrgs and a large qqanttlty of oil. Loss, 1 100,000. Tho miners of Connullsvillo coal re gion, have (truck for an advance of wages. The strike Is quite extensive, affecting several thousand men. A cartridge manufactory has been opened at Constatlnoplc with American ma chinery, and capable of turning out 30,000 cartridges dally. Robert C. l'attc, ol St. Louis, sold his famous mare, Mattle Hunter, to John Sul livan, who gave an order on C. F. Emery, of Cleveland, for the purchaeo money, $12,000. A firo nt Plymouth, Wis., ...

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 March 1881

Hf ''-sy5?,s's'sisM ' "' ' ' 'lMI' 1 I 1 5 THE COUNTY PAPER OKEGON, i ! ! MO a song or Tin: hi:ason. Unknown Imbecile. The CRtt wind In blowing, my Jove, my dove, Tlsntcc lnfluenzclM weather, Let's walk on the pier, then, my love, ray love, And shiver together, together. 'Come shiver, my sweet, In thin easterly brcrr.c, Oh, shiver, tny drlln;,oh,8hIvcr-de-frccel Ar-tleh ool The dull clouds are snowlnrr, my dove, my dove. Kacli flake's like a ptarmigan's feather. Let's str611 on the beach, then, my love, my love. Moth couching and sneezing together. Come, ihlvcr, my darling, oh, shlver-do-freeze I , " Ccmo sneeze, then, my popot, my precious one, tnceze! Artlshool The streets are cVrflowInsr, my dove, my dove, The wet soaks the rolldest leather; .Let's wade through the mud, then, my love, my love, And wheize as we paddle together. Come, shiver, my darling, oh, shiver, dear, please, And wheeze. If tou love me, as I also whetzc. Ar-tlsh-ool Tho ruddv caal's glowing, my dove, my dove, 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. — 18 March 1881

Over ono thousand bills have been proposed In our Legislation already, six hundred of which uro recommended for passage and printed. What a bless- J cd thing for Missouri' that our I.eghja turc happened to meet, for tho state must have been perishing for wart of law. The N. Y. Tribune says, the stool: of manufactured goods In the factories on I'M River, Mass. Is over one billion pieces, with a falling market, Thii Is tho result of over stimulation by tariff. Soon mint the factories go down and tho days of 1873 bo repeated. The Czar of Russia, Alexander II .vai murdorcd March, 13th Inst. A fow men, riding in nu open ba rouche, came close to his carriage and hurled into it several shells that explod ed with awful force, overturning and dcttroying everything In and about tho imperial carriage, killing or wounding twenty persons. Tho Czar.s legs woro fearfully mangled, had to be amputated and ho died from the exhaustion. Thus perished by tho hands of fiends ono whoso namo will go down t...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 25 March 1881

(fARW MINE IN HOLT COUNTY. MO. VOLUME XVI. Craig has n honk nml ladder ooni limy, and the. Gazette ni;ui urges them to Imvo water woiks. A vast iimount of Ion, tho remains of the great storm weuk, Is oven .rot un , ii.,. nibiin ithu ground Craig so.cms to Imvo Imuti consider ably inundated In parts Inst work ac binding to Ihu Gazette. When correspondents seal tholr let tan aniTput one cent on thum, w have to pay It nil. Tut the tongue of the. envelope down among the leaves of the letters and thoy wil! come safely. --Thi! oason of storms mado Its de iart. its very Hint appearance with a bow, and played "Tornado" lr tho g 1 pooplu of Carthage ami Joplln, Mo., I.ikt week. What road.,! Impassable la their name. Wagon mou tell us they eould not get in or out of town lastwcok. A yeryVare thlug for this country, for Umatoly. Iowa firmer offered one dollar per hushal for corn to burn, while their field.. ere Hilt of eorn lint too full of fimw lor thorn Iff get it! Tho sikw wan over tho tops...

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. — 25 March 1881

1IAMK I1U1I1IAKD. I.tieurr Wor d. The widowed dame of Hubbard's ancient line Turned to her cupboard, corncrcn anglewlsc, Hctwlxt this wall and that, In quest of nught To satisfy the craving of Blr Tray, Prick -tared companion of her solitude, llcdspottcJ, dlrty-whltc and bare of rib, Who followed at her high and pattering heels, Prayer In hl eye, prayer In his slinking gall, Prayer In his pendulous, pulsating tall. "Wide on Its creaking Jaws revolved the door, The cupboatd yawtcd, deep-throated, thinly set Tor tcctb, with bottles, ancient canisters, And plates of various patterns, blue or white, Deep In the void sho thrust her hooked nose, 1'coplng, near-sighted, forthewlshed-forbone. The pointed feature traveled o'ci the dclf, dressing Its tip, but bone or bread found none. Wherefore Sir Tray abode still dlnncrlcss, Licking his paws beneath the spinning wheel, And meditating much on savory meats. ROB'S WEMHNU TIU1 Wo hml grown tip togothor, sweet Molly ntnl I, our parents being nea...

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. — 25 March 1881

CONQUER THYSELr. John Alkham. 'Tl ft good thing sometimes to be alone, Sit calmly down and look Belt In the face, Ransack he heart, search every secret place, Playful uproot the baneful seeds there town, Pluck out the weeds ere the full crop Is grown, Gird up the loins afresh to run the race, Foster all noble thoughts, cast out the base, Thrust forth the bad, and make the good thine own. Who has this courage thus to look within, Keep faithful watch and ward with Innereyes, The foe may harass, but can ne'er surprise, Or over him Ignoble conquest win. Oh I doubt It not, If thou wouldst weartho crown, Self, baser self, must first be trampled down. Spoopcndjke's Bruised Arm. BlRle. "Why, what's tho mutter, mydoar?" cried Mrs. Spoopondyko, as Mr. Spoopcndyko limped into tho room, and dropped Into a ohatr. ''What on earth has hupponed to you?" "I foil down and klllod myself," moaned Mr. Spoopondyko. "How, whoro?" asked Mrs. Spoop ondyko, bustling around him, all nerv ousness.. "How did yo...

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. — 25 March 1881

mi: COUNTY PAPER, v p.VVKNPOIJT .V DO 'VNS. OIIKttON, MO. Matured ut the I'lMtullIre nt Oregon, .M., us srumil-vlass matter. Termi of Subscription: TWO IIOI.MltS A YKAK INAOVANCi: thu winter- A uiiu-Ji bettor suit unil olio tliAt would have worn well for two winters slid thru looked better than this cnu lie purchased just North of the Him brtwei'ii and Canada for twelve dollars. "How docs that come?" 1" I ho same way precisely as the big vrico on your hoots. 1'or Instance, this hat I urn wearing I purchased nt Tomnto, Canada, last February, where I hap pened to lie for Sl.fiO. There Is a mer chant ; lt us ask him whatlhe sell the Ilk., fnr. Mr. l'riee what can veil i-ell I such a hat for? Three dollar? Ah! I just what I expected. I happen to I know that Hie Canada rail mart charge Money in.iy he cent nt our rik by I'oswnice j jejR for freight and passengers tliau our order, draft or registered tetter. I although competition Is niitch less. (Vmpondeiiea and Iiohs are atwa)s desired, ...

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. — 25 March 1881

i I. m ( Montgomery & Itooclcor, PAKKKHS AND 11 tt 0 K H It S . Oltl'.OOX, JHSJOf lt.1, Inut Money, liny Nntr. Dr.iw Drain on ul rtlclpiil i-Hli"". iiiul ('nl'(lw nnMnptly mailt' 'ivy T;ie fur liini-rf'Wi'nH I-tMlit litMntlnli'tt m real t'Ktuti', axil 1 u v -1 1 ii tn t iinuln mi fnvorn bU tenm. kitrtatt nllnwcil nit II I m.' H)inlH. " THK Frazer & McDonald rOULST CITY, M I S SOI It J". rnttAHSACTH a ifflinill linliklli;,' Itiitliift' JL SMVi I'xchnligi mi tilt rlil.'f fllli'i nf III Cmtoil.StMi'iiiiitl Itiifiipi'. Allnwi Inli'tiM ii ilttpn.itj wliiin lull iilitIUiiI llinc, Uulli'rlUir rccolvu carcrul ntluullnii. Jl. It. PRAZIIH, 1). MelK)NAI.I. 1' It KM 1K ST. 0N(UKIt. j.t. TiiAT(mi-:i,si. i). HOMIKOPATIIIXT AM) Sb'ltOI'OX, ' OttRtlo.V, MISSOl'ltl, Ot'l'ICK.-iAt ri'tltlfni'Pi ttv.i Jnrt tiorllt fc-riiiS.;. ; 11 """'"''"' V OOHl.l.V, M H. (I, A. rii:ui:.,(ii.M'.M,A.M.,M.ii (.'oslin & fleKonbiunn, IIIYSICIANJ AND SI'ltCKUNS, OKKUON. MO. ItrrtOK-Oni' ttir Mailt It Nf I'mik...

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. — 25 March 1881

M 1 THE COUNTY rAVBK. lly MAVKNl'OItT A DOItYNJI. OttEGON, MO 11V THi: .NOKTll SKA. r SWINIII'IINB. from the "Studio la Ko:g." lilies, and miles, and miles of desolation I Leagues on leagues on leagues without a change) Btgn or token of some eldest nation Here would make the strange land not so strange. Time-forgotten, yea, since time's creation, Seem these borders where the sea-birds range. Blowly, gladly, full of peace and wonder Grows his heart who Journeys here alone, .Earth and all Its thoughts of earth sink un der Deep as deep In water sinks a stone. Hardly knows It It the rollers thunder, Hardly whence the lonely wind Is blown. Tall the plumage of the rush-flower tosses, Sharp and soft In many a curve and line Gleam and glow the tea-colored marsh mosses, Salt and splendid from the circling brine. Streak on streak of glimmering scashlnc crosses All the land sea-saturata as with wine. Far, and far between, In divers orders, Clear gray stccplcss deve tho low, gTay sky; fast as 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. — 25 March 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER Br HAVES PORT at SODTNRi OREGON, MO AN OLD STOUY. fisherman John Is brave and strong None more brave on the coast than ho; lie owns a cottage and Ashing smack, As snug as ever need be ; .And, what Is truer than I could wish, Fisherman John loves m. Often and often when day Is done, With smiling Hps and eager eyes lie comes to woo me. in every way That a man may try, he tries To win me but that he can never do, Thcur,h he woo me till he dies. "Fisherman Jack Is a poorcr'man lie owns not cottage nor flihlng smack j But a'wlnnlng voice and smile Is his, And a brow that Is never black. 'Why should I break my heart to tell But I love Fisherman Jack. He loves not mo, but every night Be sits at the fcot of Kate Mahon ; 'Never a heart has she for him; ; For shelovcs Fisherman Tohn, -Who cares no more for love of her Than the sea he sails upon. Often we wonder, do Kate and I, That fate should cross us so cruelly, Wo think of the lovers we do not love, And dream of what life ...

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. — 25 March 1881

Tor over four hundred mHrs along the valley of the Yellowstone Micro lie n bod of snow over four feet drop. Sinco March 2nd, much moro has f ut ton. HrmUtreclVi Mercantile Ropotor stales that n great panic In the near future Is lu the nlr, t ho failures of tliu past week having boon already 20 per cunt, larger than thu week bolorc. In tho early days ofSplrhuiillsm.uboutj 33 years ago, I., reply to u olmrgo that j nothing sensible had ever been rapped I out by any assumed spirit, nor anything I characteristic, thu following, as coming j from the spirit of bhakespeare, was giv-' CU!.r i ... i Uimilllty H tlie rouni to Soviro!,aty i Who kco.i to that m.oalhe waly tiiomiM fail. I And thn lonzcronn lives and observe ! things, the more true will ho think It is. Goob. At a Woman Suffrage niot!ng Fred, j Douglass humoroHsly said: It used to bo reported of tho old Abol-1 itiontsts that they bad the trick to pro long life, and it is notorious that all lived ! from 7G to 90 years. The women st...

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