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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 2 February 1883

COUNTY . r. nonvNg a co OltKOON, MO. PAPER ' Termi ot Subscription! TT01)OLL1P.S A TEAR IN' AlrVANTK Tin: Democratic parly 1ms oaton crow or tho Inst thirty your nml sur vlvas with nn enormous npputttp. It follows, that there Is nothing rcmarku bio In a man eating two quails a (my i that fanning, uvun in ihu for thirty ronsccmlvo (lays, particularly Vc.t," uitit liefoto many TflE COMrKO LAND QUKSTIOK. Scvoral thing- go to show that tho Irrepressible conflict between tlm nuiclitnenof tho plains nntl tho rtiinll farmers, who arc eunMar.lly ciosmiij; westward anil mitltvril Is coining to a howl. A tow years ago It wm widely believed that the. country would tilwnt.s lilTETtAltT STTJ1JT. NORSK M YTHOLOttY, Or tho Relig ion ot Our Forefather, Hy R. n Anderson, I'roftwor ol tho Seandlna vlan Lnneuiti'o In thu University of Wisconsin. 1 Vol. Cloth, S'.'.oO Chicago: S. 0 Oilggs&Co. In the bustle and push of modern times, thuie is a proneness to despise have room for both. Now this Is all...

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. — 2 February 1883

FOlt "WOMAN'S SAKK NeM Working Woman Despair? With n Kriiiltiii nubility nf u tcrmim riurencai-wi.qr.inuig ,.Urriii niininrT of Ihc liittTimlloiml yrmic, linn com I tnontrt upon Mr. KIIhI'k -liirwn. llnil ; i 1 t . - . . . no i.mv worKs, nr wmir 10 worn cxncctstn work." Throiitfli wiiiiii'it'x , vi.Krrtv.iiKmxrom,.sliiio irnpu "".., I .1 I. . I.. .1 i nmu wiiHfimwHj- i.. mime "i" "'" ;in.l pretty the rlitlilrvii'ri ilnw of n nation. Ihc poort r.i.MV l...ll.l. imtv i iiiU'iii wiiii itiiimv (;inUiiiiiM -v - o . - l!'l,":4 am mo wnmvn wnu uu in.-.' 'niii; tint Isiuit'.i? I htse tru women ni- vtipalitiiiH pur cxct'llcnv Noi nit! tin." orowtl.i.l. Skill iu every one (if tlirin is n cry hi; tie.d, iiml si-linnls Mini ImriMtii till Iu purl only lite (leiniiiul f-r utile women. Nor Jmvo wottwn f.illeU to eiea'e. w. r for ttieniaelves Husltle.s j.miiml- cullar to the intvrcstH of wonirn a litem tttro of homcmaktng in newly tnmle, which covura cooklni;, window garden ing, mid general decoiiit...

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. — 2 February 1883

9 INDOI.r.NOK ANllTIIHIIT. 8pttugftcld HcpubllCAii. I. Within ft girdco, tightly to behold, IiitpartliiRshsdewlth frsgrancc to the air, With pendant fruit lr. ruddy tlntul cold, '.one; (tool a tree atiilllourlshed richly there Itecllnlr.g there and Rifting at ttio fruit With jts Intent, a starring Minjrard lay; A'J work Oil mliad been at disrepute frmm youtii to act, till now hlshatr was llnl on hn back, lilt trouth was open wide; Ill framo to slender s!r.e alrcndv grown; lfl- band, he would no' ralsu it from his side, Ami naught escaped Ids lips but feeble moan; "Vol there bo lay In slothful will, In peace, He would not more; tier death would him re lease. II. Abevn Mm lun-lous viand tempting bun j ; Around blm scattered too they thickly rolled ; No sign nor word, nor accent from hit tongue Mude hope In vain his story to unfold. Alack, I seel Ills sluggish habit strove, l.otig bad be wsltel for expectant fall To All Ids mouth with fruit that hung above Hi' wait id long, and mildew ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 2 February 1883

V ir; IB CHILDHOOD'S VALLEY. It nmnqnlctTaHey, Set fur from human llli, X eauny, nloplrjj THcy, Begirt with grctn, green hill. The Mli! iloinU t of tly knitted Ory (hailows In the grass , The noa-blnU polsnl and fitted A thcr were loath to past. A dear stream thrll the rirldf!, Hide, Iftiv unokc upcurlcl; Itevoiul IU purplo 'MgiM La j the unquiet world. Under tlio ItIciI rafter Low crooned thoun-drowcd dove; Whlla joutiifu', urcczr Uuglitcis Moved on tha alopci above. Whe re tiild the flowcr-plf d epncej Wc children made bright quest; Sure i wc ran quick races Tho far-gcen llowcr was host. " Thus islille tho sun upMflcd, And Hashed ailonn tho ftrcim, Tbe white clouds drifted, drifted, In deep untroubled iircani. Fair shines that sunny valley, Bet far from Im nan Ills; Ourihl!dh'Hd' simple Viillov Ucnlr with grcon, green blllf. Nor all tin) world's tnad riot Which wo lmvo known slcco then, Hath touched this valley's quiet Deep In our li".irt own ken. mm Moonstruck. Bundnv Homo. Tin) ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 2 February 1883

A f V Of 1 . f . i.t si nr. PAPER, 1U.E OUNTY 1IY p. P. DOllYNH A. CO o'nF.dox, MO. Tftrma of Subscription JTWO DOLLARS A YKAKIN A1IVAXCK. FRIDAY, FERUAltY 2, 18B3. bill ruecutly Introduced In tho proposing u constitutional The house, nnien.din.ejit to extend the limit of rouu ty taxation for road improvements in counties having nil assessed vulii:itlun ol 96,000,000 mid u lid or, tioni M to 65 cents on the $100, Is mot with a warm favor nil over tlic statu, and no doubt ought to be encouraged This seems to us to bo tin; only method to secure to us bettor roads. A lesoluljbn Ims bi'uu otTered that tho road tax on property Hlioiild be paid Ju money. Friends to the measure say luuoh more effect I vo work could be dune on our roads If the labor put on them could be converted Into money. aatislactioii of tho court to which ho la accountable. Section G7C9. Tho several county courts shall, at each regular term, cause the countv treasurer to iclllo his accounts of all monuvs reocivod by hl...

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. — 9 February 1883

T 1 cj r ',-3 til (rARMLSClNC IN HOLT COUNTY n " VOLUME XVIII. W have seen hotter days. Probata court next Monday. Only 12.30 a "hot, says Hcory Cook St. Valentine's Day next Wednes day. Our oxtretan winter bis beon so jrere on the wheat, .' Tbfldayi are getting, considerable longer at both end?. The lair prohibit! shooting quail .after the Urn of February Tom Hlnde Is making decided Im provement to his store room. Business is very quiet and will like ly remain bo until Spring comes. Wm. Colhonr, of Liberty township takes hl departure for Kansas, tomor row. We hear it rumored that our fair city will enjoy a genuine boom tbe com fcig jnaen. Ask Clark Proud how he enoycd the company of bin falrcaUers, ou Wednes day of last week. Dr. Shcarburnn, tho druggist at Maitland, is talking some of moving to DeiMoincs, Iowa. Ed. L. Hart, of Maitland. plead his jflrst law case before Esquire Thayer .one day last week. We learn that Oregon is to be treat ed to a dramatic entertainment by lo cal t...

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. — 9 February 1883

THE COUNTY PAPEU. 1IOIIYNM ,il (., I'ulill.hrr.. OUKCtON MO 31 AKI Nil HI'. Deftly ttic pa filer ano appileii To neck and rliln, to face anil brow (Alack) If tho I'uhllc'e pltrclng cycn Could nic on the leading lady now I) Flrt t lie tiomler, white m mow, Till the okln tales on the llly'aiiuc, And not a line W left to ahnw Where Time hm dra vn bin pencil tlirotjph. Next from Ita quaint metallic cuu Mb takca ih( rouge, but not toa much And ttr-ilghlffay on th Illy face The roes liloo.n hi-ncMh her touch. No vulgar dm!) ot couuion red la taat which bvautluta her lljw, But Jtmt the arm, rich tint linti-ud, Which Nature's nelf cojI i naree etilpfc. And now with dcxt'rous hand Mic dr.iw The eyebrows arched mid tlcllcntft In strict accord with Beauty's lax, Nyr curved too much, nor yet too straight, The lahc, then, lire peiicilcl dart;, Aud Just litm.-alh s tr.icui a lino You c,ire detect It now, but mark How lance her eyec aud how the) shine! This mas of wavy, golden hair She doni it m s...

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. — 9 February 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. IMBYinrn A Co., FabtUhera. OUEGON - MO Tl' TiASllFUIj WOOKK. a - I Whcno'eryo como to woo tnc, Tnm, Dlnna at the window tap, Or eough, or hem, or glo a clap To let my ftthcr he sr, ninn ! He's auld Mid fnll'd, and wauls his sleep, 8110 by the hiillnu snttly cretp, Vc iiccdtia walcb, and glower, and prrp, I'll nitct joo, iicvcr fear, num. If alnmlo ye wad win, Iks eiiccr'fu' ever, uashf a' never, Ilka Jock mny get a Jean If ho has ei'iitc to try, man. Whene'er wo at the market meet, Diana look lll:o one haulf daft, Or talk about the rauM and heat, As je were .weather wise, man. Hand up yoar head, an J bauldly spenk, And keep tbo hlushcs frao your check For ho whahili h tale to seek We laitoa a' dcfplec, man. If altiulf, Ac. I met you lately a' your lane; Ye scem'd 11 do ane ttown fruo tho dead, Tour teeth 'cn chattered In yonrheaJ, Hut ne'er a word o' love, man. I puck, yc looh.d anlther way, Then trembled as ye'd got a (lay, And owcr your ehoultcr cried "gutil day....

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. — 9 February 1883

COUNTY PAPER i). V. DOIIVNH CO. OltKOON, MO. Terras of Subscription! TWO DULL US AYKAR IN ADVAXCK : . - ; rrrrr Thomas M. Howhn Is the next Sou.v tor from Colorado. J . HfJlSK.ss fmiurcs tl.roiipl.out the; Vountry ro increasing at a rapid rate. : Tiik Nebraska logislatmc lias olpctod i !cn. C.' F. Mandutsoi) to tlio t-nltvtl Sti.tcs .Suiiatu. Kvuhv Ifcniiblican sliuot in Nebraska fiidorsus tlio nomination of (ttmural Manilcisoif as United Slates Senator from that Htnto. Tnr. Johnson g.inibliiig law, nuking U.imhllng a tni-dumeaiior instead ol a folony, was ilofeated in the Houo on Monday of last week. The vole Mood , U'J to It. lln'.t i.-iitint v's rpin-t'si'iitatlvi! was. wo nre oiuaseil to' nute. inniiinf tlm 'ninety and nine." Tiik friends of woman suffrage in Or gon arc to twain their iauipali;u tn be half of tlio amendment to bo submitted to the vote of the peoplo, by a meeting to be held In lrtlund, February 13th They promise that tlio campaign shall ho vigorously pro-eciited....

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. — 9 February 1883

11 4 F'JH WOMAN'S SAKE. Woman's Inriabls Work. Home muiiiH inucli in tlili nineluenlh century, h menus ml that inukus .tfe real l ...ntli tliu living. It menu cnmfurl, affection, sym,iath, cunli lllllll-l. l-llllttlllllttllll. il(lllll'lllft!lll lit. X hiiiI iivnvn. It 1- tliu object to u a ucpuu.icau , nun which nil un.sclllsh tmduav... directed. 1 '"!' ,"'1"''1'11'- '''f'"'''- ' d of It menu the solitary spot In tliu desert ! "J'8 uu'' HUl 1 H" "", Mh of tliu world whuru all th...-u prim Iplo I ",m'u l" w,",h 1 l,m vl"wl ',s '" und virtues taught us In Iiiihiiuv pit-,',r m tu!u ',f '"'.' 1 Mirvu their t.uthful growl, like date ; M,u " "". '' Pit, hut tin- Inter palms. It mraim uur cIiikIu liuk In Urn , ,;sl ,)f wr "lll'V 11,1(1 of ,:,,u "f peat cl.aln of ethical knowledge, 1 fituen.,l.ip of this eoinimMwculil.. ruicblngout of luu twilight of tliu past J 1 11 l.i"lHcuii,lnii I glory not. into the mtngo d of thu tuiuni, pio-scrv-! tl,u P- ' th'1' ' '" 1 K '"-' lll'tl lug imtirokBiit...

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. — 9 February 1883

sr,i:KtN! tiii: i.kiiit. OorCnatloent. A rose-tree, cllmbel by the window Mile, CorotnleJ ever with urerii ; And Ambient kl'sM of sunlit Mjy, And crystal de.ws atthe elmo of day, Woul ttc nrly Inula that, folded, III h' The frown of the Jiunime r'arpieen. tender tnc llivir o dump and ro'd, TTniJt r the floor In the dprth ami immld. A f Iroiu foot r.in that felt the life Of tli3 otitdde world with beauty rlfr i And It trtldieJ n tendril up to nee )f nny ehancc ot prc)th eauld be. Not a glint was there of fun or dew, No ng'cani of light the rt.uUiieM through; Hut cobweb and day, mid pebble and dust: It must grow througa thee, If (jroiv It mut. This rosea bloomed by tli window side, Creamy and wet and fair The royal crown of .1 royal June The Rold of Slimmer' g.'de ti noon Cup of the t;o.l, distilling wide Ambrosia on the air. Up throagn the steps of stone so cold I,'p through the steps a tab- w.i toM Of life tint woul.l lire bec.ine It mutt, Ot lift! an 1 crmvth In darknrsii and dut: ...

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. — 9 February 1883

V -) 1'? IttMltANIi. Waihlnjrtiin ' "Inf. Who took nid'frttm my clilld'iood'a home, Andoalil ha'd lovo mu Ml nlonc, And for my uncrlflco ntonoi )Iy liiinlninl. VTiio crumbled at tlio poor lice fstcaW, An J bade mc better coffee make, And told mo grentor eve to Ukc t My litut-niid. Who iwnrc because tho baby cried, And to the spare room quickly bled While I tu quiet vainly tried! .My liutlund. Who fears the buttons oil Ids fhlrt, And sal 1 1 could thofe IIU avert If t vj more on the alert I My husband. Who bade mo tlc the Arc to r.nk?, While lie another imp nliou.it take. Although I'd hctn nil night nvrnkt ! My hmtmnd. Who, when I a'k for half a crown, Knits Ui his brriWA Into a frown And anki mo "Where's the other gone I" My huh.iud. And when I see inv mother dear, Who trlM my lonely lot to chirr Who fajsshc'ij dreadful, dreadful quei rl My husband. Who elnya away till late at tili?ht, And then comes home to my tight That nearly I expire of fright I My husband. Who breaks tin china,...

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. — 9 February 1883

tut. COUNTY PAPER' nv 1). J. DOIIYN-S .CJ.. omuJON. mo. Term of SnbcrljMn ! TWO BULLA US A YKA1J fN ADVANCE. FRIDAY, FHJlRUAIiY U, 18B3. Nr,,WSf',VHKU iAy 1 iiti',rtiT who ilu not elu Npri'.s.i no tice to tlui contrar), nro ronsliieretl as wishing to i jmitiMi' meir siinxripinm HOUSE. Hy. Mr. Htbtnon, of Crawford An actio repeal thu existing statute Hocus ing merchants to iuU liquors by the gallon. Hy. Mr. Craniner ot Cooper An act mailing it a misdemeanor for any school ' board or chool teacher to Introduce jnto public school uny tpxt took not on i tint list adopted by thu county. , Mr. Carter, ol .Jack.iou, introduced , an net to crcato tho olllco of ttsscisor lu cities of tho fourth class ami to provide i tor the election and compensation ot ' such olllcur- Thu present stututu makes j no provision for an assessor lu cities of ' tliti. ..I.,..., lint nnmmtla llin inllietfir rtf MVK STOCK RECEIPTS. Judcitnr from t ic records of InM A. II, SAXTON. '- If sunserlntrs wi.tMuirparH-niuj...

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. — 16 February 1883

Vm Knticbti jii r iftr .. .. - , ifi,ua.i losses?- it' (URM SCCNC IN HOW COUNTY MO VOLUME XVIII. Did you got a valentine. Urown & Leverlch are still buying enulei. Professor Bradley is tcafcing Ihc Culp" school, Uriah Blair has feeon reported nick for the past week. Oliver Emmort wKI Teniove to Ne braska in the spring. Wo wondar if the snow protected tht Wheat from the cold. The establishment of a bucket hop at Maryvlllo is reported. There are 1,3(53 convicts at Juffer on City, 41 of whom are women. Mr. Hurt, of Mlnnepnls, Minne sota, Is visiting f Rends iu Oregon. -i-Mlcs Winnie Hoblltzell entertained a nimtborof her friends on the tSih inst. Riley Wagoner, of Nebraska, Is vis iting: his ninny friends In Union town ship. -II. W. Gilbert, of Martland, has trapped four beaver, near that city, this winter. There are II girls born in ttto world for orery 20 "boys. Every young man has a ohar.ee. Harvey Chaney, of Denvor, Color ado, spent a few days with friends in Oregon, Inst week....

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. — 16 February 1883

imnuntfNin'in)iii T.IIE COUNTY PAPER 1IOHYNS ,1 Co., l'nl.ll.lin-.. OKHttON MO A VOI'TIUTI. initio inixr. a run: inci. r.tl.Mt St l.tON. The Molnch nf the battletlel.l hut clalnul liU hot n( shin, Tin- womuleil nud the tljlnp lay atretclicd up- cm the plain; Only the aurcon' lantern; a illtnnt glimmer- lin; innde, BhowttHMlicm thn.o who needed help, and thcee beyond their aid. "Doctor," Thu volec wna low ami wink, hut yet the doctor heard, He turned, and anw n hnlf-gron n lad who!e Hp had framed the word. "Oil, Doctor, I am wounded Ktrt ; In that Ivt charge 1 fell, It matters not, the field l won, and all will foon he well. My hurt la hut n trilling one. and yet I felt o mI: ThU when I tried to cheer I founJ that I could lmnlly apt." Tlie doctor stcoprd and jaw the wound, then looked upon the ymttb. "Itlotrir.vdep, myUd, but wouM you know the truth!" A mdtled rletc of the faw, quick con- ttaeUn; brow, AJ tkttth BJrniraTely."ltWnU I know It now. How lots lure 1 to live I" heaked-hts ...

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. — 16 February 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. DOHYINN A Co., I'liblUhtra. OREGON .... MO TUB ALItATKOSS. St. NleliolM. lie "promts hi) wlngj llko banners In the hrecic, Ho clcarcs the nlr afloat on pinions wide, I.caijilfr) upon leagues, acrojnthe lonely eeas, IIo sweeps nbjvo the vnt, uncaey title Vot days togl'if r through tho trackless skies; Ptcailtatt, without n quWer ot his plumes Without a moment's pauso for rest, he tiles Through ihu.ilii'r sunshine and through cloudy gloom'. Tlmnitlio crtcn gulfs lis glides, or skims tho foam, Searching for boaty with m eager oyc, KciveMng atnlt ulicto tho long breakers comb O'er wrecks forlorn, that topple helplessly. He loves tlm tcinpcit; ho U glad to nee The roaring jriili to heaven tho billows toss, l'or strong to battle with the storm is he. The mjftlo bird, tho ivanderlng nlb.it ross! an imsii r.nvi: s(no. A. I', on.wr.s. Ah I swan of f-lciiilcrncsf., dove of tendcriiM, lewt'l of J jy, arlsi! Tho llttlo red lark, llko a rosy upark Of long, to his sunburst file;...

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. — 16 February 1883

JL. . J 1 COUNTY PAPER. . 1'. DOHYNS .fc CO. OltKOON, MO. . Terms of Snbacl-lptloni TWO DOIifiAltS A YK.IK IXAl.VAM'K 1) avi ii Davis Is Mipgastcil In nutny .circles as it lit in;in for u plucc itti llic .Civil Sen leu UominNsOn. Tub "History f the Crlni mil Law of I KnghmuV by Sir .fninv Stephens, that ' 1ms jiiit boen !,.s.i,..l, U looked upon n tlio won nnpnitaiit work of juiiiiu iioiil-o of the century. A mill h H paseil the LvsU a u c ill i I ., ... . . .i iowiuk uon.uy jiiiu s ... pur iiiiy,iini.-mi of. J, us here'ofor.'. Tliuy are ulso u ' lowed n.lleae at the rate ol live cuts per mile, golngto and from the county 8UiU Wk are to have a new I'no cent piece, nml llie ilr.t i,f ilw.ni will i. i.. ii from the nilnUt l'hiladelplihi on the 1st of February. The new nickel will he xinailrr In le, hut the same weight of the coin now in use. It will he much i more nrtlstic in device mid llulsli, and i just suited for an editor's pnekut-pieee, ! Tin: following U a lot of recent Deuv oe...

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. — 16 February 1883

FOR WOMEN. DOES IT PAY? 11T MINKnVA. It is mid Hint Mrs. Garfield, after hor husband had' bceu elected l'rcwlout, nuked Governor Jewell II 11 would pny to leave tho plunsnnt home nt Mentor. "Yes," ho replied, "It will pny, for ho will hold the highest ofllco In tho In ml " A lew ihort ninths and Mio wiw on board tho funeral train, and Mio sent for Governor dowoll and again aoked, "Governor, lm It paid?" "Yes," he Answered, "for thai man Is tho bc.t loved inin In tho hud." Hut' did it pny ? Her own heart must aimwer that question. When we read of those foreign rulers who are In constant fear of their lives, who are almost afraid to go beyond their palaco doors, lest a Judas bo ly ing lu wait for them. We wonder If tuolr position pays? It is said that on Now Years day a friend of Uaron Rothschild wished him a happy Now Year. "Then," said the Uaron, "it must bo more than Inst, for last year (I spent not ono happy day." Docs his wealth pny? When wo think of Jay Gould' great schemes; of ...

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. — 16 February 1883

. wiikn Tin: vowd viimk iiojik. Wlih UIdrIp, klatigto, klltiRlc, 'Wny down the dtuty tllnidc, The cow arc coming home; Now sweet and c!car, now faint ami low, Tlio airy twinklings come ami po, .Like clilmlngs from some far oil tower, Or pattering of mi April shower That makes the daisies j;row; Ko-klttur, ko l.tr;, kollnKlellnirlc, Way down the darkening illnp;le The rows come slowy home; And old-time friend, and twilight flay, .And starry night, mil sunny dajs Come trnopltnr tip the tnlt y waj s VWicn the conscntm home. II. With Jingle, Jiticlc, jingle, Soft sounds thatMtrrity inlritlo, The cows nre eonilm: home; Maltlnc, and Tear), nnd Plor!tul, loKmnp. Ilcilrruc nnd llrctchcn St-hcll, Queen lies', mi l Sylph, nnd Spitiglod Sue Aerost the tlrlJs 1 hearlurloo-oo, And clniip her s liver In II i Uo-ltng, to-laiiff, gjllnglillnclet With faint far sound th.U mingle, Tcooous eomu slmly home: And nmthtr tongs of long X"e yct .And bahy Joy, nn 1 chlMIh tears, .And joiithfu! hojes, nt d y;...

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. — 16 February 1883

this KtNOD'm ok home. Dark la ttio iilglit, atnl fitful aud drearily Hashes tto wind, like the waves of the tc& Little euro I, n here I sing cheerily, Wlfo (t my slilo nml biiio on my knee, Klnj,', king, crown mo Uio kins, Homo Is trie kingdom anil lore Is tlio king. riahM tho UrcllKht upon the dear faces, Dearer and dearer as onward wo go, Foices tho suad w behind us and places Brightness around us with warmth In the glow. Kir e, klntr, crown mo tho king, Hi liie li the kingdom and lore Is the king. Flashes tho firelight, Increasing tho (-lory, Ilcamlnz from brleht eyes with warmth of the soul, Tclllnc of trust and content, the sweet story, Lifting tho shadows tout over us roll. Klnar, Kins, crown mo tho king, Homo Is tho kingdom and love Is the kin. Richer than miser with pet Willi? treasure, Served with a service no conquest could tirlncr, Happy with fortune that words cannot meas ure, Light hcar'cd I on the he.irlhtonccan sing; Klnr, king, cri.wti mo tho king, Home Is tho ki...

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