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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 February 1883

THE COUNTY nv PAPER X. .Domreju m, .p'ltKdON, M0. Tarmi of Snbacrlptlon i .TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE. riUDATrrCBRUARY 10, 1863. NKWHl'APKIl LAW, 1. Hubsc tlhen wlio iln not elvo ctctr no. lice to tlie contrary, lire eonslilereil m uIsIiIiik to conimue tneir .snuseriiuinn. 2. If subsrrllier wish tliclr paper discontin ued, publishers may fntlnitc to semi tlu'in un til nil clinrvM an' nald. 1 II aiibscrlliers nectrtt or refuse to take tkrlr owners from the ufllee or tl:ire lo hlch they 'arc sent, they are held responsible until they otitic their bill. ami gle ilur notice to ills- continue. ' 4. If subscribers move to other nl.ices with out Informing thd publisher, they arc held re 'afonslble. Notice shoulil We Blveii ot the rr IHlVlil. E. Tlio court havo decided that refusing to take the paper from tlie nmcc.ls prima tan evi deuce ot Iiitetitloualimml. TUB W:01SLATUItK. The Legislative mill is still Ing and m yet, but few bills portaneo bavo become a law. grind of im lly Mr. Ronfr...

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. — 23 February 1883

(FARM 3CINC 1M JtOUt COUKTV. MA.) VOLUME XYIIL The Btaaberry news m lor tale. kJaltland h to have a men ecbeol Ibatlding. Mrs. Markland has bon very III tbc past week. Savannah u now a cky of the fourth class. if k Fred Myers how bo njyi efMiaf." Several case of scarlet fever aro reported at Msryvlllc. MUies.UMtc, and Alice Lyon ao vUltinr relatives in Indiana. Henry Fuhrman baa old his farm ito Unas Blair, at 935 per acre. Miartfoaie Kernes mil Uach the turn Mr term of the Richland icbool. "It was a valentine and cauie in a big white entbroMcd envelope. " K(iorU froac all quarters contlaue to indicate that the peach crop is ruined Oracle llinde spent several days last week in St. Joseph, visiting friends Noble I lodgius has purchased the Joseph Feascl fara in theTriatuph dis trict. James L.. Allen, near this city, will Jiave a public sale of personal proper :ty oa March 8th. Andy Morris and John Jobuson will .sro to southern Kansas, nest week, sight soekig. Miss Jennie Hoblitrell, ...

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. — 23 February 1883

limn THE COUNTY PAPER, XMMIYMl A t'o., rnbtlihf r. OREGON - - - M0 . L THXOLOCOSDUCTOIU A Ulark l'Utrcirni Yatu About .Urn ami the Vpotttr. v Thlladttohla Times."- y Thoro was n dronmy int-away ex pression on tho OJd Conductor's faeo ns ho jorkod tlio boll-rope ahd enlloct "Gcorud ttvncri.' through thoopon door. A very smull girl 'With avury larKobas kot got out, nud than 'the strict car plunged nlong In lis mail career down town. Too Old Conductor wiped frozen tear from his cyo nnd said It was cold this morning, 'very' cold. Then ho stamped hi loot viciously, buttoned his ovurcoat tij'ht: iilio'ut liU chin, sidled up tho car tiislo llko a crab, collected fivo faros and rang tlio IhiII-iiiiiiuIi only thrco times, and -camo .buck to tlio olalforinMvlth ti puazlud -look, as If ho platform' with ti mw.lod -look, as If ho ' d soldlor br, bad foruotton soniothinf,' and was try- f Rencral comfortc Inir very bard to romoP'bor what it was. I words and the Ai fTho Old Conductor said ho wuro ...

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. — 23 February 1883

-Jksi A BWWfc islam I nm?i'r 'n' .t.i. '-j- " l I " -'if.- -Jl-' '' ' ' " """7" r THE COUNTY PAPER. SrOBTINS A Co., VnHlshers. OREGON MO A DAT Tl WK MOON. SU81N COOLlDOIt. Up la the shining find sun-lighted btae. Whcro foam wlilto clouds sail liken fairy fleet, , Tho pale moon bovcrs, BUninietliig wanly throngl, Like a sad chord la chorut gay and sweet. Vratlor than cloud she. seems and torn and frayed, A little wanderln fragment, drifting slow, Of that brave, golden, summer moon which made Midnight o beautiful awhile ago. Why comes aho back A this untraoly hour, When noon la blgh and birds are singing clear, And the florco son, hor rival, burns with now What can tho noor. tho trtty moon want hcrot Does (ho fed lonely In the peopled sky Tho only moon among a ttarry host, They all together In bravo company, She, wandering solitary a n ghost I Or does aho grlovo tint we so soon forget The perfect buiuty of licr tempered ray, Drowsily praising her swoct beams, but yet Keeping our real ...

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. — 23 February 1883

i). v. ncuvxs A CO. A'itM: mo? ' vlnu; urn! ulmiovor tlio iintnt? nr pr-citi-lantio.s If tins spirit of lliu llvlnj; (Soil itwe.l In tlio lieuts of Its mumbl'is, such :i church Is unions (Sud'a puutilu. In UlnisiM church tliu.o uoinpositij; it wurk lor the sa.v-ititui of men, niul nttuli I u church Is u child of providence. Men am so illffcrutitly constituted llmt they a few women bringing pplces to cm- balm Ills body, nnd lo the stnno was ,", tlio toti'ti Is onipiys Christ Terwtl'of Snbaprlptlont ( a ' Ul i nil. i j 1 i (.wiiv'IIUili.il tutu mil TWOUpM.UtS A YKAJl ,IJ AUVAXCK j view tiling fiutii uirluiis stuiiit-imitus 1 ' Theru Is in much vaili-ty in man in It nnd m they minister to the I,onl nnd fust, the IIo'iv Spirit ssxidi "Sopaintu niu lliirnlbns ami Saul for tits work rolled nwuv u'lni'iniito I hnvit callnl thiun." "And' lins risen : Ho bn.s ilsen from the dund wlir-n the church .hud fasted and prayed 1 He lives and the blunted thought thrllis Ilarnlhas mid Saul were milium...

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. — 23 February 1883

n0 G. A. R. ITEMS. M5X8ION8. Tho St. Louis Globc-Dcniocrat. and ,in tact, mast nil of tho monopolistic .dallies Lave a great deal to say against pensions mid tho alleged racklesencss of Congress In granting pensions for slightest causes. The.o papers nlno pcak ot "great frauds," and intimate that three-fourths ol tho boys who woio injured in tho eervlco arc perjured rascal. It is a strango "aolnculoneo" ithat the papers which aro so careful about tho "public credit," and want the bonds paid In gold, and thihk it would bo wrong to foroo tlio poor.bond 'ltolder to take tho "fraudulent, do predated silver dollar" for this bond, are tho most b'tter against tho boys who faced tho enemy's cannon. The truth of the pension matter i that tho law grattlmr pensions Is nearly liko it wan in tho early part of tho war. When n man left his bu ini-ys ntirl hla family firosiilo to risk his lifo in the battles of his country, Undo Sam, by the law ,then existing, haul to lum: ' Jf yon are dls.ibled by...

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. — 23 February 1883

WUAT MV T.OVr.K SAIII. fly tlio merest chance, In the twilight Bloom, In ttio orchud pith lie mt mo In the tall, wtt tcraos, with Its faint p;rfnme And I tried to pats, hat lie undo no room; Oil 1 1 tried, but ho would not let mc, 80 1 tood ana blushed till the groM grew red, With my face bent down above It, Whlh he took my hand as howhl.t,'rinr mid How the clover lifted each pink, nweethtad 1 o llMcu to all that my lover raid Oht the clover In b'.oom- I love It. In the hlfch, wet gra went the path to h'de, And the low wet leaves hung over! But I could not paa Uon either ldc, .For I found inywlf, when I vainly trial, In the arms of my stiadfast lover; And he he'd mc there and ho raled my head Whl'c he clo)cd the path before me; And he looked down In mr urn. nn.i Jlow lliu leaves ucut i.omii Hum tuo iHiugtis 11 er ncau To listen to nil that mv lover said I Olil llm Uhus hanging lowly o'er me' Had ho moved nslde a little way, I could surelv then have n.iiiri1 Mm. And would not have he...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 February 1883

tmtMawwMWi' 1 Kl 't M THR LAND dP DREAMS. June Berry Betuol. When I u la J I ret me afloat. Through tlilc that gemmed tho water, In a ipatkllniri wonderful, golden host, With the Droim Klog'e fairy daugther. Bhe fanned my faco with a magical f&n Made out of a peacock' feather, And tho toft winds blew and the river ran While thd prlnccM and I together Salhd on tho Mand of Dreams ah mi, TU notf'nr.for a boy, believe' mo And tich eights I neTcr again ahall t-ea 1 111 my ejes once more deceive mc. A'bcrc wcro black-browed sailor that climbed the mast 01 a wan-hptd vessel, the Hover i The prow was of taudal, and when we past Tho delicate amdl went over. A beautiful lady In crlmfon silk Htood on tho deck to greet us, Her face and her aims wcro as white as milk, And she amllcd well pleased to meet us. .nd then we caine.to n elorlous land, Where knight wcro tlghtliiT a tourney, L Where pages llko roses at either hand j Stood ready to start for n J ourncy. (They brought us a horao as yel...

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. — 23 February 1883

they , TIIK 1. P. DOBVKS ,ft.Cp., ORKUON, MX). TWO DOLLAJWTtRAR IS ADVASCE. rHipAr, FKBRUAHV 23, 1883. MKWSPAJPBR ISW 1. Mntvilkit nhn An tint nln esnrJSS no. tlm ta the contrary, nxr considered as wishing 'toexmUnnetteirsuusctlptioh. a. II unvwer nun inqr papers uiscnun- ued. puhllftets mnj ewtlirtle to send themun- til All turn are paid, 3. If subscribers nesttct or refuse to take tk.lr aniaM iMtn th aflra Of DlSCC tO Which they iwti sent, they iirtKcId rwsoaslble until y settle their bills and give Que uotiec to ms- i. II suDicnocn moTB lo oilier pincrs jtiui- opt Informing tbe pubasher, they are iiria re sfcoaslble. NoUe shoald We given ot the rc- take tho paper from thr omceds prima fast evl dnc ot intentional fraud. Thr supreme court of our state eight years behind with the docket. Tiik President has nominated as Civil Servlco CommUaioners, Dorman It. Ea ,ton, of New York; John M. Grcgory.of .Illinois; Lcroy D. Ttioman, of Ohio. Illinois is trying to pass a bill to prevent any...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 2 March 1883

K(fuobrdh i M-'J (FARM.3CCNE IN HOLT COUNTY, MO VOLUME XVIII. JTOTICE. S, Wtdriita til no longor otir Author iMd agent, and all parties aro warned to make no payments to Mni on account t this paper. Somo predict March to bo a bad month. ( Whlto Clond Is talking up n pub lic hall. Wo hope tho feack.bono of winter is rokcn. Norman Schulto will soon moro to KeTrraska. 14.00 5s what a justlco of tho pcaco M for tying a knot. Tho flavs aro lencthonlnc at tho Tale f sixteen minutes a week. Cleaning up time is near nt hand, 4 married men arc looking sad. Col. Wilkinson, of Mound City, hns fceen commissioned a notary public. The Benton school, Miss Hollo Cot trail, teacher, closed on Friday last. The Andrew county court will not jfrant llconso for pool or billiard tables. Hogs and grain aro bringing a num ler ono price, and why should mooy ha so close? A largo number of Forcl Citv poo pie attendod tbe concert given by tho Tcnaesocans, last Friday. 'Old Sol" Is getting up higher in the heave...

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. — 2 March 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER, DO II Y.N H ,i Co., ruhlUhera. OKEGON MO TI1U 8NOW-FAM.. JiHr.3 llUUfl.t. LOWBtL. The enow had begun In the loaning, And busily nllthe night Hal been heaping field and highway With (i silence ieep nd white. Every I Inc nd fir and hemlock Wore ermlno too dear for an earl, And the poorcit twig on tho elm tree Was ridged Inch deep with pe.itl. From sheds new-roofed with Carrara, Came chanticleer's tnulllcd crow; Tho BlIU rails were softened with swan's down, And itlll fluttered down the snow. I stood and watched bv the window The nokeles worh of the thy, And tte sudden flurries of snow blrdi Like brown leaves whirling hy. 1 thought of a mound In sweet Auburn, Where a little headstone stoo.lt How tho flakes were folding It gently, As did robblus the babel In tho woad. Up spoke our own little Mabel, Baying! "Father, whonuke Uenowl" And I toldhcrof the good Alt-father Who cares for us here below. Again I looked at the snow-fall, And thought of tho laden tky That arched o...

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. — 2 March 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. BOI1TINS tJ Co., PablUker. OREGON MO TIUIEK HODINH. Tho poem ot "Thrco Robins," given below, will ban pleasant surprise to raiiir who havo heard ot the dollcate Invalid wife ot the noted Ilaakeyt humorist bat havo novel heard of ber poetic ability. The poem Is certainly a gem: Mrs. Robert J. Burdettoln thellawkeyo. Wo built us a ly-st with loving care, Not very long rgo; Out lu the West, I'll tell your where, lly tbo beautiful river's flow; That laughs up North In the llttlo blue lakes, And singe as Its v lmllna path It takes, To tbo shore whero tho gull's green billow brcaki And tho salt tide come and go. Bluo was tho river and bluer tho eklcs, NotTcry long ago; When I taw to our nset where tho thrco hills rise By the rlver'a murmuring flow; onto lights on tho htllsang "Homo" as I sped, And tho river sang "Homo" In Its pebbly bed, And tbo etarllfcbt gleamed In tho skies over head And danced In the tlvcr below. One day whilo winging our happy flight, Not very long ...

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. — 2 March 1883

4 V 1 , 1 hi I LITERARY STUDY. ISMS OLD AND JfBW. Hv Geome f Irltnor. D D. 12mo. Cloth. .V). Chicagi! S. 0. GrlRgs Co., 1'Hb. llshor.s. With careful reading only, can one (ortu hu idea of tho breadth nml ileptli of theso sorni ins. Wo, nt oncu. roooo;. nlze tho necessity of some restraint up on tin "Inns" that arc disturbim; Phi losophy, Sociology, ' and Huliglnn. Horo wo havo logic IntonsifyiiiR lellj; ion gclhur with liU portrait uro lipconilnp a characteristic cxcelleuco of nil our bio graphical sketches and jcsmv.1. This llttlo voluiuo Is In Hand boot drnif nud Is (is convenient as It is useful, TUB IMMOUTAMTV OK TUB SOUL l'lllLOSOl'IlIOALLY DBMONSTUA TBI). Uv A. Wilford Hull. Price 25 (Junta. New York : Ha.l U Co. Kyury discussion m supplumontal to thu contest between Idealism and Ma toifallsm. At limits It becomes n God or no Uoii; an iiinuio cniicepiiuu, or The author! combats error with pel ecptlvu suggestion; thought, tinker- vigorous and convincing aruiuents. lid Is it the...

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. — 2 March 1883

AGRICULTURAL. FOR WOMEN. thl: STATE.' T3 nr 7WBTX B G. A. R. ITEMS. TO M There are 6,797,000 chaps In tho U. S. competent to do duty for Undo Sam in caioof an cmorgoncy. Tho National Kucampment of tho O A. R. moots at Denver, Colorado, In July. Tho rate has been fixed at $26 for tho round trip. Reynolds Post, No. 60 G. A. II., of Graham, mot last Saturday ovonlng, and itdopted ti.cir by-laws and regula tions. Their regular meetings will be held on tho second and fourth Saturday evenings of each month. On the cyonlng of the 2'2nd tilt., Cus ter Post, of St. .Joseph, gavo a camp fire, which was ono of tVo most elegant entertainments It has been our lot to at tend. Pythian hall was lllletl wllh a largo and Intelligent audience, and tho program was onrefully made up. About two-and-lc-df hours wns consumed In roadlng, speeches, recitations, and mu sic, both vocal and instrumental. Speeches were made by Mayor Pose gate, A A. (I. Albion P. Pease, .lolm S. Crosby, Pf- O. 0. Hill, and I). P....

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. — 2 March 1883

Till! liOST OAUDEN. r.UA wuebikk. Tjerft wai a fair green qanlcn sloping Kroui tho southeast slda of n mountain ldlg? And the earliest tints of thodimi etnio crop big l).wn tatoush Its paths from the ilT' aim cdje, The Wut nktcs and the reddest rose! Arched anil varied It vchct sod; And the Rl.vl bird s.tngM the soul supposes Tiie angels sang on tha hills of Ood. 1 wandered there when my toIcc seemed hurst-In? With life' mm rapture, and Veen delight; Andyctlnmy hc.trtWAsn constant thirsting K.ir ajmrthliii over the mountain h'lght. I wanted U at ml In tho tUr.o of glory Toat turne 1 to crhnsom the pcas of snow", And the winds from the west oil breathed a story Of rulmtand rcilons I lonce.l to know. 1 saw oa the gwdin'a south side growing The brlgbtet tdosioms that breathe of .lumv, I faw In the can how tho sun was glowing, And the coM air shlt wlthawlld bird's tune; I heard the drl? of n silver fountain, And tho pu'sc of a glad he.ut t'aro'jlud with gleo; liut still I looked out ove...

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 March 1883

BNOW rr,AKICS. Through tha chilly winter tnornlnpr, Through tho ploomy to'.I of mist, Came the (now flakes, thickly falling, III ling rtrjthlng they lined Krery wlml w (111 idu uoontsp, And the stones beneath tlio feet, Till a pill of perfect trhltencti CoTtreJ all tho client street. goon Iho feet of bnsy people, I'aerln? U thtlr ilu'ly toll, Tro-1 tha whltaneis out, and marked It With the crlinf stain of toll; Till the trampled dims prcicntcd But a mil and painful sight I'dlnful In lit wretched contrail With tho mow of jcstornlght. In the chilly winter morning Camo a llttld roal one day, Sweet s am mountain daisy Orawlng lti IU bed of clay, Fair tho face, that bIioiid upon It, Lithe the limbs that made Its prison J It was fairer than tho mow flakes Ere tho morning tun had risen, Soon the lading feet of 1'attton Trod tho soul and beat It down; Ar.u a sinful hand denied It In tho markets of tho town; Till the fuse hid lost Its beauty, And the limbs grow wont and thin. With tho wretch...

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 March 1883

ALL OVEB THE COUNTY. .Newsy Letters From Our Correspondents. cnAia. Ronds nro stcnittty improving. j John Lovo wnsWtiio t;ity on Mon- i day Inst. ' Ask Dick mnl Johnnie- about llinir "mash." Mrs. A. H. Seymour was In the city last Sunday. J. M. Osborn, of Hock Tort, whs in I Craig, last Friday. Elilc'r Buttd Intends moving from Craig to Mnryvllle. Dr. Wilson, of Forest City, was in our town last wcok. Mrs. Jackson has returned from her viit to(Indlann. George Claiborne returned to Qnltman, Friday last School was closed last Friday after i n very successful session. j Craig is working hard to centre- a i ,tlntc from thoTonnesscaiis. -D. W. Wnlklns has sold Ins billiard hall to I'atton & Pendcrgraft. Young Hurge, who was stabbed a fflvp weoks aL'o, is slowly recovering. Oonn Bneklnwater has retired from tho employ of J. T. Wagtroncr. Tho llucklngbam Brothers, of jBartlctt, Iowa, woio in Craig, Monday. Willlo Patterson has departed from , Craig. Hopo ho will soon be with us ngnln. ...

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 March 1883

Wm kauchetdh (FARM SCtKC IN 1(0 LT COUNTY. MO m VOLUME XVIII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 1883. NUMBER 41 NOTICE. E. Wickham to no longer onr author UtA agent, and all parties are warned to make no pigments to him on account of this paper. Lee Polk is now tho King High Kicker. Joseph Groves In Belling his stock of goods tit nnctton. James Ewlng, of Maltlaud, was in tho city Friday Inst. Jesse Smith ha sold lils rcsldonce to Uncle Barney Kunkcl. Herman Schulte is visiting relatives near Itanboldt, Nebraska. In rehearsal-Littlo Red Hiding Hood ; a most pleasing cantata Little "Fritz Socman has been dan coronary 111. but Is now some bolter. Mr. Jehu Lamb has purchased tho .stock of goods 'if l'olndcxtcr & Wells at Forest City. Mis Charles llllsenbock was taken n lio St. .hmonh insano asrlum last Thursday. Will Huiatt. son of Judge Hniatt, has been very low with pneumonia, but is 6nmo better now. fiora'l Stuckry maJo several ship ment, the past week, of his fine, plym outh tt...

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 March 1883

03339 THE COUNTY PAPER, DOItTNH A Co., Pnblliker. OHEGON MO LOSOMIXOWS I.SBT I'OKM. Ths following stanias will be retd wl'h soe clal Interes: as the last written by Longfel low. Mod HlTtr, In tlia While Monntaln. TIUTltt.ER. Why dost thou wllJIy rnsh and roar, Mad Hirer, OMvl River! Wilt tbou nst pauso aud ceaso to pjur Thj hurrying, headlong waters o'er Thl roeky shelf forever I What secret trouble stirs thy brenstl Why nil thla fret and flurry I Doit thou not know that whatls best In thli too restless world la rest From over-work and worry! Tito nivr.n. What wonld'st thou In there mountains seek' 0 stranccr from the city I la It perhaps some foolish freak Of thine, to put the word I pcak Into a plaintive ditty I TRAVELRIt. Tea; I wouldleamof thee thy sontr, With all its flowing numbers, And In a voice aa f reu and strong As thine la, sing It all day long, And hear It In my slumbers. 1KB IllVRll. A brooklet nameless and unknown Was I at first, resembling A little rill, that all (do...

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 March 1883

G. A. r. items: a From Soldier to Soldier. t Oregon, Mo.,'Fcbruary 6, 1883. Dear Colonel Giut: After an 1ftpio of tiinctcoti years, slnco T Vmdu joti farewell, not far Irom tho batikR of tho Astcnaula In Ucorgla, jou to accept a position la inotlim- arm of tho florvlec, mid I to continue sty way amid ahst and shell toward our goat, Atlanta, a desire to hear from sonic of the officers and soldier of tho old 49th Ohio has taken possession ot iuc, and 1 scut uiyvlf to write you mid give you in part a history of mynwlf. I eanio to this state nnd county, March 20th, 1&G7; wub married May ith, 1868. Tho results of my marriage towards multiplying and populating the s-arth, has been six bouncing hoy, and itther counties to hear from; and so fi(r, no confusion of tho neXes. Ono if tlx1 ioya I naineil Asbtiry (tibhoti W'lllich, the rest run from Washington on down to the day of judgment. Although you were ail ways a favorite wf initio, jour a.itnu does not appear on my faud y record, tor ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
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