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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 29 December 1882

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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. — 29 December 1882

THE C6UtfTY PA1?ER SUPPLEMENT. .irv.-,r;.M r-L Jesse Jams g Deau The Notorious uutluw in St. Joseph. Two of His Confederates Qet the Drop on Mm. The Fatal Shot Hob Fired Ford. by Young The Body Identified by Timbcilako and DickLlddil. Abstract of tlio Testimony Iltforo the Coroner's Jtiry. Tho OironmBtance3 of the Shooting Fully Described. Mketch or tlto Ontluw'n 1.1 fr. Inrlttd. Ids nn Antlicntlcatcil Account or III KnmcrouM Crime. Dally Herald, April 4. Between nino nnd ten o'clock yoster day morning Joso James, tho notorious outlaw, was uhot nnd killed at No. 1318 Lafayetto street, St. Joseph, by Robert Ford, otherwlso called Kobert Johnson. Boforo printing tlto preliminary detnlls, as tho facta wcro developed at tho Coro ner's Inquest, tho llr.ruu) nims to pre sent a brief and readlblo Account of ' THE CllXl'.MSTANCEH. Jesse James, In company with his wife nnd two children nnd Charlie Ford.camc to St. Joseph on tho Olh of November, 1 1881, nnd rented n bouse nt tho cor nor of La...

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. — 29 December 1882

THE COUNTY PAPER SUPPLEMENT. f V I s i From all parte ot tlio winter wheat ro- t glon tho growing crop is ropoucu as ex cellent, and the farmers overywhoro aro entering upon tliolr spring campaign with onorgy and encouragement. A noon harvest In this country this year wlch Is generally anticipated wlllHo a guaranty of continued "good times" lor tho f tituro. Our general pros perity is chiefly dependent upon good crops. Gen. XV. S. ltosKcnANs declares that ho nevo r sent to Secretary Stanton any telegram from Chattanooga announcing that his (Hosecran's) army had been whipped and routed. Ho declares tho dispatch a forgery. According to tho Delaware papers tho prospect is good (or tho coming peach crop in tho great peach-growing region along tho tnlddlo Atlantic sea-board. Tho outlook is excellent not only fcr poaches, hut for an abundant fruit supply generally. PnEHiDKNT AtiTiiuu appointed another lady Postmaster Tuesday. Mrs. Mary L. Hoss. of Nownort, Ky. This Is tho second Kentucky ...

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. — 5 January 1883

1 ! JH3 ' Oregon, Holt County Sentinel H ; (fARM SCtHC If? HOLT COUUf v. mo") ' VOLUME XVIIlT 70438 ORErMISSO JANlJARY5Tl8837 NUMBER 32 r I. li, J ti Hi (i i SI HA.. H.7 1' u ft ltEMOVAL. TlIK COUNTf l'Al'KK ofl'lCO lltlS TO- moved to the first dour north of tliu Dank. Call and sco us. Holidays are over. Did you swear off Monday? Did ytu cujoy Christmas nud Now Tear. Tho Misso'uri Legislature eouveued on Wednesday. Thursday of last week was tho shortest day of the year. Please call and seo us In plain English, we mean pay up. Did you swear off? If so, stick to it. It will niako u man of you. Rut. Evans who bus been quite ill for several days, is now better. Mrs. Fred Drehr, who has been ill for a loug time, is uow improving. It will pay to cultivate hops now, as thoy are selling at $1.25 pur pouud. Gelviu & Man re i', tho large block shippers of Maitiand, have dissolved partnership. Trade dollars are uow taken at par by the United States Treasury aud the National Banks. Ur. Bull...

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. — 5 January 1883

IIMIUIIH MIWIIH A uiiuimtmah riiiiutiii r. A. T. h In Itatpi't'n MmtsJliip f r Jumisty. The sweet Christ-month, tlio inoiitli tint .'.OTP trad liorn, That ev r was m alien until now, What though the blnssotnj lung not on Die Ik)IIJ,'Ii, What tli 'URh the earth of beauty's place he shorn! Loi lit tin wmxls, beneath the. frost kled hill, The hell) lights thepnth December's roc And uiule neath tlie scurlet berry grows, As If to tell us Love Is llvltig (tills Living, nlliel-. un ler ruder r.klcs; Though the glad glory of thu yeir bo past, With frost ami death l.ovc lingers to the U-t, Ami In l.nve's breast her blossom never ille, 'TIs nursed with thoughts that eomc w.lh (.'htbttnas chime That "graelous time" when We and !V.ce lire crowned, When the wmM's woe In one great Joy nrc drowned i The summer of the soul Is ClirMmas time. Is It hut f.ncyl On tlio midnight air Forever sound th c wll I liarmonl ns bells; Tlmituh v.iotnt v.ilosun llo..K-descitcddill9 Mjnt-rlous uiithenif eeln everyw...

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. — 5 January 1883

!. CHJ!IMI,S lllOt'UUTH. 0. B. HRADI1. How the merry eld dl'i lnuijliter, M liifxllnvr w tk llic Chrl :na ehlmef, Touch the thu ih nf ered incm'ry And lirl it liicK the ili'nr old time. How I unllc lo hcnr Hi iNttir While timid in, lolls I pn ie, And my tlmtiRh run iinl hly linclwan To buyl;h dreams of Soma Clans. Tear nt carre, and ycr nf t trugg'e", Leave their luiirts on my I r-n ; But th"e muni rl s. Mvet I n Momenta Clitfter i nut d tny lienrt airing- now. And thtlr trugrauee fld my achees Willi a wi t. ihllelou J.'V i Yum lute dwindled oaiiIo second. And I am npilu u hoy. I f re, my mother, kindly vlnd, Hcndiiuf o'er the, tititidle hed Wher nt ofl I've w hIv lnintcrcd With m Utile l rotherNcd. I hear her den' l toftlv murmur, As h linathc a i-ood nluht prayer Fcnl her hand to oft and L'u tic i. Smoothly Mruku my tauIcl hair. Then che li arcs tt with a htcM'ng, And tier fo tslcw illc ny; Whllu the chad Wr ercen aroiti d tin Just iu night Meals o'er tlio day. Woolt t; uinher 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. — 5 January 1883

Uim AW vvs1 &n kmi it ojfi Postively -His Last. Appearance. CJ0L1). .Outs' .Solid Cold Vrst Chain. " Filled " Plain " Kings " Solid " 11 mil Kings. J.sidios' Soldi fiol.l NVkimjes. " (Sold i'latnil ' " ' llruci'li'N. " llli'listplll. " Stoim Sot l.iii'u I'lns. ' Cumon Sl'I " " Coral " " Ainrthv.st " " .Cionti' Hold Cuff llutton, " lVuil " " Agate " " Cuiueo " nnTL -Q3e hundreds of other appropriate presents at Minton & Alki rl1! t04ay cjuldren : If you have never seen Santa Clans, come to Forest City on mm. He will he at our s.ore and you can get your presents from him in person. il A'" yr x0? ( ifjfl; 1 :J'.TNl''I'"'-;,-:''!gt'aa rrTaj JlJN i'Y FA PER. 'V . DOllYNH ,t CO. UKI.ilUN, Mo. Torun of Sulraurljitloui Tyn nm.uits a ykak i.v.vkvanci: FRtDAV, JANUARY f, 1SE". Tin:. civil, ski'vici; :i;i.i.. I'll ' vtl mmt'.ci' l cfonn oill limd iiiiidi! mill pa Mt'd, ii In iN full ' i follow-: V I'll' t ru.'nliito nud ininrnvu tlic i i. rvli'i' of ill, L'nitrd Stnto-: v liciciH, Comm...

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. — 5 January 1883

i i HOW TO 00 IT A Cnpltil rioftrcnoc uf Pff'mit tvi iuy ure lelrresl. anil tho Fit! j-.TronhJe- tft Sffitrsit. A hutl'iv 1 1ii it iudi'd li v In I In liollsv wi'l lij Hi,' sp. eiul edllioti n( the 11. & 0. Ul'll Iblok, MOW ill 0OUsii I'd prepurulinn. Tin' Mii'ft'l iny results of this year's elections nil uvui'the cnuniry iiiuko u mint i 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 x -tuilv vvlii-n llVst'lltl'd 111 shape f U' ready i.llllpill'i- slotis. Of iiiimv or less intcivsi jiivt now in enittriHiiuy tlin I'.Hl unit lliu , present, the tiitum ns eulcnl .1 .d Irom "till' llliyllt lllllV b.'l'tl Will pICVl! uu , all ub'.nibitiy occti tat ion in viyv tiiuit y , pCOpll!. In tlx now Ui-il Itook, whieli vvPI bear tin-c'uvur'y ml ip u I ti It- nf lli.vv Tvvns l)iiiii'," it. I tin- lljniiw uiit from olllelul s ii I'll", briny p ceiled ti i xlt-r tho i!;il ol ill.- seor.-lui'u's of tlm il if far out St:i'i', anil tlu'i'ofori! coped he vnii I iptotitui 'I'lnt ciiiiipMiiMiti'i mill , tuli'til itioiii ycttorully me ...

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. — 5 January 1883

, JNTY PAPER. ..oltYNH .ti ',,., l'lil.ll.tirr.. 'OKKC.ON - - - - MO 1 IIHIIN IU.I.I.Y. MUtlOS DOCM.A. Old IVmon Kelly's fair joiiiir lfe Irene l)lu i heti li.lt th re mouth' wed, And no new lnvc his crrr como Lctwccu III true lira t ntul th d. nl, TtaokRh now for tlx y year the grnsi htu !'0ll Upon her tjrnvc, nr.il on It dnijlt! rtono Tie M'im And yellow HctiiiB ercrp I.cr mine across. Out'lde ihedrwr, In thWAfmMimmera!r, Hie I'M mm sit fur hour". Thcldlo w.nd ilia-, ft t ld fltver hair, Is sueH r th June's tltft fl.iucra; Hut dull hU tiilml, and clou led with the hue Of 11 i-'o U-t wentypray Nouuiber days; And dim The int and present look allhc to tlm. Tlie Mtnnj acMU'nrotn d.contua'd andblurreO, The Wit trof the bud', nietid In his mind with voice Jonp lticc Wird GU l chll.bocd'' can less word, OUhjm a and Scripture titts; while India tlnct YcUtr. vr. one thuifllit iltball fair tlilnjn l llnVcd The lirlile Of Mil lot youth Is eve r by hit Mdc. llj IU met wlshtof snowy tilomoms b...

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. — 5 January 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER, OOUTINH As Co., futilliher. OREGON - MO Till; OHOWN O'TIIKYKAIt. BUMA AMI 1! IIROWNB. Out of my low HUH Uitlco I looked, anil th fklrs were blue, And the gowmier rob n of the Mjrnlng i , i iii. , . ..ore spraugi -ii wun tiiiiiiiuuii new. There were i erl on the wa)li!o eedges, Aud (jenu on the hawthorn spray, And apoilitillaiit raln'-o slilm-r Kan over the llchU and ft ray. A merry torn tltw.-isslnidnj; , A 'op of tho map c tail; And a cad ling ruse, bcUtol, tacked oter the Rani u wnllr Tho ktookl t, astray in tilt tnvaitotu, Wa piping her r. cd ton jr, Ah I Fair Is tint Spring I I echoed ; And Summer Is g.adsotno und lonj; t With licr lovely procei slon of Itowcrs, Her iinislo of bird-song mid breeze, Her gunthlno and folt trlpp.tig fhoncts, And lullahy droiiltu ot bees j And Wl iter Is ha o and ivhoicsomc, j With lit blustor Hud t.irle and cheer; Hut A atuinn, brown-bearded and ruddy, Woaruth tLo crown o' the a.tr. IToli-nf llio Ivuintlfnl tiiisnns. (1. J1UUUCII3...

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. — 5 January 1883

PS 3k 5: PAPER, IIV 1. ItOIlYXN .v c:o . OltKUON, Ml). GO TO Term of Subscription 1 TWO DOLLARS A YKAH IX ADVANCi:. GEORGE W. MARLOW'S FOR BOOTS tnaL SHOES. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1883. Tim civil, sr.nvicr. itti.t.. ' Mr. reiultiitonV Cilvll Service lie-! form bill litis pasm-d tins Sntintu. I In' r minimal majority win very large, the vote standing tlilrtv-nlno to live, lint Imil nil the members been 1m their -oats the tnujority would hi Ml have been ftbont two to one. The Mil, a amended utul passed, provides for tin tippob't inent of a commission of tl roe members 'not more than two ot whom are to be long to the. same, putty. Thu commis sion Is to designate examining com mittees after consultation with thu Cabinet ofllcu customs collector or postmaster for positions m whose ofllec the examinations arc to bu made. Ex aminations arc to bo conipctltlvo anil on tbo lino of tho luactlcal duties of Ladies' Missos' Children's Shoes Reduced in Price For 30 Days, Holiday Slippers The Largest A...

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. — 12 January 1883

tVm KniHH., m VOLUME XVIII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY. JANUARY 12, JL88& "NUIBER 33 KI2310VAL. Tub Couhtv Pai'kk nftUw has ro moved to tliu first door uouU .of Jlunk. Call niul see u. ltryson Cox will go to Molilalia, in (tho sprliip. Tho Jersey Ully, will aWi St. Jo onli lutbo new future. Row Selp, has old Ids farm to iGcorgo Trltt, 081,100. Llda Thornton solved tlw woiil cnlgraa which wu published In nir l:tt. Recorder Lyons issued Ills flrxt, .marriage license Inst Friday, ll made iliim quite nervous. Mrs. Gelmeeker returned to Jier homo niter ti ple.aav.ut week's visit with friends In St ,Uwtli. Canictou is llws itvM place In Ml jsotivl for dontitlou jmtles. Cameron .Observer. And preachers. -Clark l'routl hus purchased the prop erty, known as the Ui'iij. Allen home, rum Kd. Fiukstou, far S-WO. ' lliunirxrt ha been very dull tin past month, many of our tucichuiits A'ouiptiiln of tho scarcity of money. Hu Hint is in tmdc Is wife. All his jgoodlo udvertlc,for llutt Is the reaso...

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. — 12 January 1883

Aft THE COUNTY PAPER. llOll YNH ,lr Co., I'uhlUlirr. OUKGOX - MO TIIK COl'.iTKK-JHIN. nr riTz-4AMr. o'lmir.N. Atas t tlit! weary hours pass Mow. Tlio night Is very data ami still, And In the marshes fat below I lic.ir the boarJdt wiilppsritlll; 1 scarce cnu sec it yrJ ahead, My cam ate strained to catihcach sound; I har tne leivcs nbMit niu hcJ, And tlicsptliujbitbbling thiouirhtiicgrounil. Along the ticatcn path I pace, Whtrawhlto rays mirl: my sentry's track; In formless shtuhs I seem to trace The focmti form with Ik uillng back, 1 think t fair Mm crouching law; I stopatnl I, si, I st-ip nud peer, Until thonclehborlni: hillocks grow To groups ot warrior tar iml near. With ready pace t wait and watch, Until my eyes, familiar grown, Detect cacti luiriilcss tartbcii notrli, And turn guerilla Into Mimic ; And then, among the lone gloom, llciicath the weird old tulip tree?, My silent inarches, I resume, Ami think on other tluies than these. Sweet tls'ons through the silent n'ght, The d...

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. — 12 January 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER, UOIIYINH A Co., Publishers. OREGON MO SONOLItSS. II'. W. llond, In Chamber!' Journal. Sweet little maid, whoe goMcn tippled licatl Between mo and my grief Its beauty rear, With quick (leiiiniiJ for tong all finding's deal? My hcnrtls sil; my eyes arc dimmed with tears. Oh, ask me not for fonu'l 1 cannot ring; My Ill-tuned notes would do nwcet inutlc wong; , lfanvo no nulla to greet the laughing; Spring No toIcc to Join In Summer's tide of song. More, from October's djlng glory takes Myheartltn hynitii and ful er syminthy Finds with tho Autumn hurtlcmc that makes The forest one eonvulslvo ngnny. Or, when tho last brown leaves In Winter fall, While tho wot 1.1 In trr.Mi frot fo'tcrs lies, I envy them tho smmfUhc's gentle pall, That hi 'cs their sorrows fro.n the frowning thlcs Methtnk) It would bo swet like them torcrt O'er life's mid econo to pull tho curtain down; Itcst, where no weary dream will pierce the breast Of perished lore or unfulfilled renown. No wearines...

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. — 12 January 1883

TI1K COUNTY PAPER, uv I. 1. DOUYNS .t CO. OIIKtlOX, MO. Terms of Suhtorlptlon: TWO IMMiAHS A. YV.Ml IN A1VAN K The great poets scorn to bo unfor tunate m their diltmntio ventures. After Tennyson'!' failure came' tlio revival hi i'lirm o( Victor Hugo's ptoqerlhed play "Lo UollPAinourc," It being the llfticth anniversary o( tlio play ami Its second representation, this tlmo in tlio (anions Theatre l'runcnls. Of eourso there was peat curiosity to see n play hissed llfty year ago mill prohibited by u Ministerial order the I none MTKIl.VUY STUDY. A MODKUN INSTANCK. A f.ovKt..llY W. 1). llown.i.s, -?1.M) boston i James It. Osgood & Co. The ntithm 6f this hovel began his career ns i practical printer, and by energy ami good sense' has held the highest position tlio ci All affoids.' He has received his honoi.s ny rewaid of labor and brains. For the-o reasons, he can .speak for ns, onr social and ro llgloin experiences. In till., we must have Ids riper thoughts, and a book matin eil in p...

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. — 12 January 1883

Tho Great ConsumptionRcmvdy . BBOWN'S EXPECTORANT Hit ft tnttd ftt hundrtd ofraiet, and newr fallrd to arrttf ttnd mre COX SVMVTIOS, if taken in time. JR Cures Coughs. 4t Cares AntMia. It Cures Bronchitis. It Cures Tightness of the Chest. It Cures Difficulty of Breathing, DBnwu!Q Rv-crTOWANT DISOWN a UApt J Ulrn I, Sprctnlly JUtommfuded for tVMUW'jVU , II trill thorten thr duration of Ihrdl trass 10 a$ to nmble the rhltd in ram through it without Uatliitf any crioin coittnitrncrs. PRICE, ROc. and Stl.OO. A. KIEFEll, Indianapolis, Ind. lklS.(. I...HUJ I flU Wk'l.uJ, 50,000 IN USr ! Toto 0"illii ' v Kiviiscno. SEND FOR BEW CIRCULAR. mye:;h, osiiohn & co., GO'-C MAVUP'OVUr."-, oiiBviaiiAnrx), oixxo. Vesiru llra-ii.'i. 42 Uit MillL., t'.lil.u.l). CALL ON f.OCAL ACEfJT. The Latest The Dest THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Tho handsomest mid most complelo large km mmm Yet produced. ILU'STIUTEl) ClKC'i:LATl3 SINT O.N AI'l'MCATJON. Victor Sowing Macbino Co., Iillddlolowu, Conn. " PERFECTION ST...

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. — 12 January 1883

MIVK'8 IN(HIA11:. r.u.x wiir.rt.v.n. How doc I.ovc Bpeikf In the faint fluMi lijian-the tell-Ulc check, Atil In tan pillor tint iuccetUlt; by The qulmlng llil tf nn avcrtol eve The Hiillc ttmt proves the parent to a i!gh Thus Iove itoth speak. How docs Love fpcrtkf By tho unevtn luart-thiolis ami the freik Of buuml np lUiUee that stand Mill and ache, While new cuioll jus like t trauma barge in ike, Along vclii-ctiamiel their dlturb!4ii cuurn-, Etlll n the dawn, ami with the lUwn' sulft force Tliu il jth Love pcak. How dor Love sj-cak ! J n the avulilnncoot tint which we tlt Tlu FtiilJcii Mlcncc and rcceivewlirti near The eye that gllttcii with an utiflnd tear TlieJ y that mtns t'ju counterpart ot fear, A, the ularmt-0 heait leap Iti the btcift, A till know, anil name, ami grids it rjod like guest I hu doth l.ove iqcak. How docs Ii v." 'peak I In th j-riitid rjilrlt cuilJitily trowu tnccli The luiitity heait grov,n humble; In the ten der Ami unnamed 1'pht that llooiN the w irld Willi...

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. — 12 January 1883

THE MARMAGE I'OUTION. Tlicro lived, ubout fivo or six mllea from E.wton, Ponnsylvnnlii, n few yours since, nn honest farmer nnmod llenilcr son, who luul t-vo vory pretty daugh ters, Kllon nnd Mnudo". Tho first urns nbout thirty yours of ngo, whllo tho lat ter wns but ninoteen. Tho fnnnor was a thrifty, well-to-do man. though by no iiioans rich; but tho family lived in ux ccllont style, and tho daughter hitilro coivcil good educations. lloth of theso girls worn pretty, but Maudo was purliapi tho lmndsomur, Thoro was no lack of attontivo young gentleman at tho farm, though tlio neighborhood was not vory thickly set tled. But "beauty draws us with asln glo hair," and tho young Indies wero tlio contro of a gay Uttlo clrclo of frlonds.. lly and by It camo about that nn ear nest, lmuilsonto nml fl'urdy young farm er foil desperately in lovo with Maudo and proposed to her. On her part tho loved linrry MnsUrs abovo all tho young fellows sho know and told him frankly that ho might speak to h...

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. — 12 January 1883

TIIK TIIK COUNTY PAPER, I.Y I). 1. DOltVNH A CO.. OltKUON, MO. Terms of Subscription i TWO DOLLARS A YE AKIN ADVANCE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1883, TllK.nr. nro $3G2,nGl,lG9 of ouUtnnd Ing nullonal bank notes. Tut public debt wan decreased $13, OCO.000 ilurlng December. Tiik Governor's message Is tho long-' est over given to the people of our 1 State. Poor old Missouri. Tin: State TieiiMirer of Tennessee Is short MOO.OOO. Ills bond is only 8100,000. llu has left tho capital and : cannot be found. j TIIK MUSAOII. r. i..i. ......... I Ills. ., : v- ,..-..... t Friday. In It he make no now """" and it Is nothing moic than a lung winded speech, lolling tho people that Missouri Is still n llmirbon State, and that good order rolirns supremo in every . nook und comer? that the farmers haro boon repaid with abundant crops: that tho people arc having good hcalth.wlih tho excoptlon of a few having tho chllU ' nillchilH!rv. ,mvo ,0 mv..iuoiim,1 home nnd fever; that our lluanccs are in the,1lfi( ,,...

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. — 19 January 1883

1 rl .m 3 .tii-rj..-jji: (fARM SCINCIN HOLT CQUMTV MO VOLUME XVIII. Mr. Holand Ilurnclt Is very ill. Levi Zook, went up to Fairfax, last week. David Zuck, of Tarkio, is visiting tus fnthor. John Collins, of St. Joseph is upending a few days with friends in our city. Ilonvy Ptngcr and wife spent Sun day In onr city, tiic guests of Mrs. A. Gonieckur. Charley Schatz, of this city, now with Schultz & Hosca.St. Joseph, speHt Sunday in this city. Wo are sorry to learn of the seri ous illness of Mrs. Geo. Lacj-, of the Triumph neighborhood. The Holt County Sunday School Convention will bu hold at thu Falrview school house, on January 27th . The many anxious friends of K. Vanllusklrk, will bo pleased to learn, that he is now convalescing. William and Wilson It. Springer lett Monday last, for Arlzonla. They ;iro looking up a eattlo ranohu. M. D. Walker sold twenty-four head of hogs last week that averaged i.W pounds, at $5.70 per hundred. Phil J. Zllles, our jeweler, is one of thu neates...

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