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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 9 March 1883

Till. Ml.. 'Toll me, mamma," "aid my little girl, "WberoUittlieT kop the Mli, Tor I'to hunted and hunted ercrwhere, And I can't llnd where it U." "Where do they keep the Mix," I cried In tones of wonder ani doubt, "Why, I ncTer heard of the MIc, my dcr, What 1 It your talking aboutl" Too ncrcr heard of the Mix," ho eald, "0, mamnu, that ltn't to, For they read crerr aunday about It In church, why, mamma, fou know "The hearens and car h and toa Ho made, And all that's In the Mix," 80 It must bo thomwhere here In the worU, Hut I can't find where It Is. "I am care that It must be full of All sorts of wonderful things, Full of fairies and drjgons and giants, And dwarfs and horses with wings. 'There aro palace there, all enchanted, And maybe a real king and n,necn, That I'tc read all about In fairy books, Ilitt hare eomchow nercr seen. Oh. If I only coald find the place, Where they hide In the lorsly Mix, For I want to go there, so very much, Hut I can't Ind where It Is." And I couldn't ...

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 March 1883

Toll limn. Her gaudy llillo "hai perdaed high AbcTehftbii ted frlstes', Thtr r a sparkle In ber ayo Like chmpae irhem It tt.x. Itcd ribbon gaily fluttered, l Her atlka mid a loud ruitle; TT I... llnixl tt In ftlm !,. A also ,was hr battle. Her dainty kids wsre buttoned tight E'en to br lbows dimpled; Her perfumed kerchief, snowy white, All lace, wasawecuj iujiicm Ad, ob, ker liny feet peeped out Llko timid mice, enhancing The charm tkat circled her aboat With pleasure too entrancing. "Where are you going, pretty mall I" I spoke, as Miewa fltetinp. "Oh I am going, sir," eke laid, "Unto our prayer meeting." GOOD OLD rAllbUN OllAT. IT WT . . 1 Ivyat was forty years ago Vc was one oia iorra on our viua;c street, i tat well I used io knor i , . ..,.. ..... i inctucr not or com mo cut, rett hither aad thither on errands of love Twa good aid Tivrson Gray. Jj)r two score years he had lived with us, lie had seen his babes grow old, o had reaped a harvest of friendship rich, And very small 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. — 9 March 1883

f 1 jj Til ite. , , AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY -AT- JOSEPH CKEtO-VEJEF FOREST CITY, Missouri hasn't a Republican repre sentative in congress. decreased The national during February debt was sa,o:io,o"8. ALL OVEtoXiUL COUNTY. Newsy Letters From Our Correspondents. The Toxas legislature on the Utinst. defeatod tho prohibition measure. Tub high waters of tho lower Missis sippi and Its tributaries arc subsiding. Conuiiksb has appropriated 8100,000 for a government building at .Jefferson City. Ciucaoo has had moro business fail ures thus far In 1883 than any other city in tho Union. On vi Li. k II. Platt takes the placo in tho National Uepublican committee, made vacant by Marshall Jewell. The lower houso of congress on Sat urday last adopted the conference re port on tho tariff 1)111. Congressman Ford voted "nay". Conokess, authorized the construe tlon ot a bridge across tho Missouri riv er at Kansas Cltv. Tally ouo for Van Horn and Kansas City. Clcve push bo Accokmno to a lato census, land ...

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 March 1883

Wm Kuuchcrd VOLUME XVIII. Moving ts In order. Gel ready for your gardons. Good cattle arc brlngbg 85.60. Read what H.E. Pcrct lies to say on lightning. Wo cnjo.md Comrade Cooksey's so cloly on Tuesday. Our county jail in without an oc xupant at present. -C. A. Williams will liavo n public salo on March 27th. Lovi Orcn, wilt leave for the Indi an Nation about the 2Gtli. M. M, Smith, 'ong of the leading merchants of Mound City, was on our streets Tuesday. . , Joseph Fcasel. tin old citizen ol this county, died at his homo in Mound City, Tcosrtay morh ng. Mrs. II F. Fleiunung, of Uigcloiv, was in our city Tuesday. A Post of tho Grand Army of the Republic will be organized at Mound City, this Friday jv ning. Tho Rlrlivlllo school closed last Friday; I. N. Henderson, wns the teach er, and we nre glad to know of his success. I'lolesasr Hill aud Misses Maggie Workman and Kate Evans attended ttio teachers' inslltuto at Troy, Kansas, last Saturday. Wu would like to know Just how many teacher...

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 March 1883

( - ".rr''"""'''" ft i i I I' II THE COUNTY PAPER, 1MHIYNN .fc t'o.i rubllahera. OttKGON MO TUB KALI.OW FIKLt). JCUA c. . conn. The eun comes up and the tun goes down', The tilght mist thtouJcth the sleeping town; Hut If It he darls or II it be any, If the tempests best or tho breezes play, Still here on this upland slope I He Looking up to the changeful sky. Naught am I but a fallow field; Never a crop my acres yield. Over the wall at my right hand Stately and grcsn the corn blades stand, And I hear at mr left the flying feet Of the winds that rustle tho bending wheat. Often while yettbc morn l red I list for our master's cigcr tread. Ho smllos Bt the youngcorn's towering height, He knows the wheat 's a goodly sight, Hut he claiccs not at the fallow Held Whose Idle acres no wealth may yield. Sometime the shout of the harvesters The sleeping pulse of my being stirs, And as one in a dream t seem to feel The sweeping and the rush of the swinging steel, Or I catch the sound of tho gir ...

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 March 1883

THE COUNT-Y TAPER, POIITINH At Co.. rnhltthera. OREGON ... MO BKINU NKIIMIUORLY. RL1INR OOOnALR. Oo speak to the poor old body, dear, llent nearly double, In cap and fpwir, Don't let her rise from her straight-back chair; Don't stand In the corner and psut and frown, We needn't notice her little ways, And there nre no witches nowadays. Those keen black ryes In a beldamt's face, All carved with wrinkles from brow to chin, That garrulous tongue and tho stranrjo grim ace With the mirthless, muslclcss laugh thrown i; These fright you away from tho aged wife, In tho Joyless round at a humdram life. What nonsense I Tho tall clock on the shelf, Ticking so loud that It makes you think ; Tho crnckco blue plates of nuclcnt dclf, i?And tho pcacocK cunion a cround of pink; Thojvalanccl of chintz, und the patchwork spread, And tho apples drying overhead I Tho neighborhood gossip, or well or III, Insatiate wonder and nods and sighs; The high, oracked voice recounting stilt The talo of ago and Its...

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 March 1883

PAPER tiii: POUNTY nv . P. 1. POHYNS A CO.. OltlT.ON. MO. Terms of Subscription i iTWOltOUAHSA YK.VlMX.UlVANCi:. lu'jMn tliu wnit of revlf.ion KKIDAY, MAIIG1I 10, 1883. Till'. TVIMIT. Congress In Its v'to-Jnir Iioiii h man ngoil In pass n bill ruvilnr t lit inrlff, mill ilii'icliy illil uiMid .work, for while It pleases lint few, it l. lieltur tliiin noth Ing. The effect of tariff imitation ills tips Inuitiys seriously, unit siiiuo eon- til- inii-t uvery 0 ranch of trade: has fc t the evil cllVots! of the iINttn banco It U well tlmt it lms U'cii srttlril. HtislnciH inun C!" iow sitljust their iitralr.i to tlui now nrilt'i v(,tJi)n. and go alicail without m i ilnui: tlwiusplvi ( I'ffmN to pune. tiate an uiieciiiiln future, which i ron deifc ni'iic uncurtain wlicn it depend!) nmii the aciinn of conron. he lo.uter. of the. Dcni icialio paiiy in eon;irui did ll they could to pro- vent tiic pasme oi ine inn. riit was to bo c.specit'il. Tliu lU'iuocnitio paityi Is notlilui; if It not in o...

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 March 1883

11 II ' . . . 1 i "A. " 'if tit . EDUCATION A I. HORTICULTURAL. Whire Is thcOlffloulty? FUva teachers' Institute ijuno out of fashion? If u, Hull comity Is loading the style 5 If not, shp W sadly behind band- Have nur teachers severally o Ur Mistered, the Art. it Touching that an exchange of views Is unirofitallo or unneceaiy? Out- would think so from Aho dilatory and iiiiUllorcnt pplrit nutitl ,1'eat in prepailug tor thet-M gatherings. Oore, not verf Inr in I ho pint, tujhnve Ibeen appointed 1111 ofllolul In ono of these conventions, was regarded as no mean Lonor: and the honor was so far Appreciated that It did not wear off bo ioru thu proper tinio for the next meet Jug j nor fall to Inspire PUuVient concern to nminee a progriun ; neither fail to itilusu sufficient energy to present the sarno In tho printer's oilico for puuii entien. When ono remembers bow much Is coutlnually opening up In tho educa tional Hold bow littlo comparatively hs been achtoyed and what ttranil .po slblllt...

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 March 1883

And aavo SONO OV THE VEUMONrilUH. Ilo, kit to the borders I Vermonters comedown With jour breeches ot dccr-skln, and Jackets of brown; With jonrrcd woolen cays and your mocca ilnn, cmo To the Rathcilng summons of trumpet and drum. Come down with your rifles I lit the gray wolf nnd fox Howl on In the shade of their prlmUlrc rocks. Let the be tr feed iccurelr from plgpcuand etall, We have two4cj?s.'d game foryour ponder aud tall. Does the old Bay state threaten I does Congress romplalnl swarm) iiiinpihtre In arms on our borders again! Hark tho wardogs of Brltlau aloud on the lake! Let them come, what they will they arc wcl come to take, What seek thy among us I The pride of our wealth Is comfort, contentment, and labor and health And lands which as Freemen wo only h.wo trod Indcpsudont of all, fare the mere'es of God. W owe no nllciltnce, we bow to no throne, Our ruler Is the la, and tho law Is our own ; Our leadors thi-msclrcs nte our own fellow men, Who cm handle tho musket, the scy...

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 March 1883

Irk qiiin bft in the dksekt. OCMAX. r tie dcftert of life where 7011 vainly pur- sue Thoie fkantona ( hope wbltU their prom lte dUowrt, Te you e'er met leme spirit dlTlnflr cndned Tkt i kindly could ty, "You don't tuflf r Unci" i, however yonr fito may htvo untied or htye friwncsl, WlUihe still sieltn to share at the friend and the wife! Titn make her the pulse sf your heart, for jout'o found . The greem spot that blcomi on the tJctort of life. DM aha 1ot to recall tho past moments dear, NiVhen the iwsct pledjo of faith was confld- il lnglj cWen; II When thollpspoVe In totco f affection sin cere, lad tho tow was exchanged and recorded In TleaTcnt Does she vrlsh to rcblnd what already was tintlnrl hli And driw closer the clllm of tho friend and MA 4knll Then maVo her tho pulse of your heart, for tout'o found 71 to Tho creeuapot that bioome on me ucicrioi 1 JV - ...... ... M THREE MINUTES TO 12. San Francisco Argonaut. Ono a cold iJoconiuor nicht Eomo twontv vonrs nco. when tho oirtfi...

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. — 16 March 1883

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Newsy vletters From Our Correspondents, CUA1Q. There Is ft ynniu? man In CmIr Who liM a decided how to liH IfK ! When he walk nut, HU legs Wrthhle ahnut Like the curve to the .hrll ot an egg. There It a young man In Comlnis Who takes ft drink every inurmii;. Ho we juupovi That soon U!s iiojp Will have a red ro.c AdornliiK- ThfTe I. a young itlrl In this city, And site Is decidedly pretty. nut she turns up her nose At the hoys as she- noes; And smiles on a student ot Chltty. Eldor Maupln was In Forest City, last 1-rlday. C. B. Arnott spent last Sunday In this city. P. B. Cook Is building an addition to bis housu. Jobn Cruscr did not go up the road last Sunday. Mr. Murphy, ot Fairfax, was in town, Sunday. T.nii., ninkp. nf ttm-k Port, was in town. Saturday. Charley Zook and Dr. Butler were In town Sunday. C. N. Vanrelt took a run up tho road last Sunday. Prof. Williamson, of Forest City, was in town last Tuesday. J. T. Watcher, of Muryvlllo, Mo., was In town Monda...

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 March 1883

.icvdV (rAtiM sane in molt county. mA. VOLUME XVIII. AKMOVMCXMXNTS- We M authorized to wnovnrn T. J. W llllam fmm, M rMdkuto tot Uie offlcs of County omlMJotf of rvtitte tMhools M Um p yrwukfc April slectUn. We art authorized t winounr A. K. Bradley ns cudUU for the oAc of C.uuty I'otn mlMtonrrot Wblle Sebeolii, at the approach ing April alteHoa. The Missouri rtrer Is rising very r- Carpet-rat; sociables are now. the latest. W aet; wo kissed at the corner, then purled. Don't fail to tee aa4 hear Grand Mother to-night. Ask "Billy" Collias how he knows it wit a Dutch baby. The Blue Belle will be In full bloom Uil Friday evening Sea them. J. Foster Marshal hasaTiropken spring top buggy for sale cheap. Albert Roecker and Levi Orcn will tuke a trip to Arizona next week. Mont Austin returned from a pleas ant visit to Atchison, Kansas, la.it Frt Jay. A. M. Howard and family left Mon day tor Dawson, Nebraska, their future home. We regret to learn that L. D. Karats, of New Point, is in very ...

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 March 1883

WA r 4i V R ! THE COUNTY PAPER, HOllYNS .fc 'o., lBbllihrr. OREGON MO AFTUlt TIIK 8TOKM. uoLDEN nouns. Fair rise the morning with rosy beams Cresting the wjYC-tlps with poldcn gleams, The tempest lias lulle J, as a child ftt rest Sobbing to sleep on Its mother's breast. Birds with tbclr mow -white ilumajc fair Hklm o'er tho waters, and sport In the air. Tin. Tnnni? wates arc tauchlnc along tho - J o ----- shore, Tossing tho tangled weeds o'er and o'er, Caressing tho rocks In wild, glad glee, Trumphant In boundless liberty. With joy and mirth they spirklc and quiver Theirs Is not tho sound ot death's dark river The voices of merry cnlldrcn at play i The flshcrboy's sore, as he steers his way O'er tho dancing waves In tho sunny glow, Brcithes not an echo ot dark, wild woel Then Is It a dream of the silent night Dispelled forever at morning light, That here was fought a terrible strife 'Twlxt angry billows and fainting llfcl Did no one hear the cries of despair Dome on tho moaning midn...

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 March 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. BOUTINS) A Co., rnbllahcre. OEEGON MO AM DKFINISIIKJ) l'OKM IIV 11UVAMT. From the March Oentnry, Thn ronrlcr of Mr. flrrant'a t)9mi Will TtlAU ly renumber tho tjuny versoa aadrvMerl to bU lf. nrh a "Oh Fairest of. the Rural Malda," vrlttan ahnntthntlmenf their tnarrlaffe! "Ttie Future Life." speculating a to tne union 01 me "oick "October, lSOD," descriptive of her death and hutlaltand "Mar Evening," a Bentlo refer ence to her loa. Hut In addition to tliesf-, wn lcirn from Mr. GoiwInM forth-coming blograpliT of tbo poet, a fraRmcut was found nmnnv hi nnr. which rtcalla licr incmnrr In a very tender way, cvn year after her .ixdOi. Thn llni wern unflnlsncd no a uncor rected (but ro cannot refrain from giving themts they wcro wrltten-dated "Hoilyn, 1873." Tho morn hath not tho glory that It wore, , Nor doth tho day bo beautifully iMc, .SInco I can call thco to'iny tldo'no more, To gate upon tho aky. Tr thy dear hand, with each return of spring, I goueht In sonny noaka...

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 March 1883

L.1TEARY STUDY. earth and others would i icnatiw t snrtVmnee. 'I I uiiu J laiiJ-ouuer- fixlji Is .lonici! l Mr. tieorje, su.l ltl ON THE WING. TRipTOTIIF. .' rev. tiiinjr I" lmnj. .N !!Pfc.Hiin . ' ' CIMC. Hv ''Mary t' Khkr. 9I.U0. ra. njiparent hut on il. -..:;Uar the Bolton: I.ee iMiepueril. lnIe U iniUe accural. Omfoft.io Anything mIr-IIu" to tlit ;rl West vwt xiiii nl Mr :-: t to aovouutj l of Interest t u. Tho lueture.squc fr j, merea.o t( ,xwriv wllh itirl K-ctinry mid' Hie rapid accumulation of increased pri'j:r of Wvlfw.uliinj or. i wealth, iaak.Jt au Mft-cmv country to U1 ,Ut.r wort'. to ol e the iiuetion. two ereat classes of society. Ami for the tolutloH of lliu labor question, we I have for sale the cele brated Moliiio Plows. Mo- whv do iwvcnv invwuw mort- intiuM' i jue Spring Cultivators, n woaltn wvoni.s i-vinrsii.iir n Hnatnro Kav Initio 'the Pacific States will, their rt ,,rolH.r et,mato of this book, it ' &v.v treat luirolj:ratlon of Coolies and her whieh, as it...

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 March 1883

G. A, R. ITEMS. TM SiUler'i Mm.. The vnli on (he bill providing (or an (tpu- nf iifrulorts (or Union noldlors fan lost 12 of n nrra, which ptmd hw Nntr.un VfsJnoid.ir, shows who trn the frienUi of the loynl oU.iori in he upper branch of congress. The fol owing In the record : Ave Aldnch, Allison, Blair, Ox-ltrcll, Conger. Davn (III.). Dawes, 1Ulf, lUrrUoa, Ulll, Hoar, IngalU, l.iipmin, Logan McHlll, McMillan, Mlllnr (N. Y) Mltrhell, Morrill, DnU, iumli, Kolllns, Sawyor, Sewoll, Sher man YVrt, Voorhees 27 Nav s.-Harrow, Bayard, Heck Call, 'okf , (jarland, ttrorge, Harris, Jonfi, Matey, Morgan, PugU, Walker, Williams-14. It will bf noticed that Hayard is tho only northern senator wbo voted against the bill. With two or three ex jcepHoni a'l the senators who roted in the negative senrd either In the Con federate army or the Confederate con gress. Tho Herald notes with pleasure that both Vest thI CocfcrcM showed their imti.otlsm by voting with the Hepubll. cans. The speech of Senator Ve...

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 March 1883

.1 J ' 1 i 1 Wl l til' iH 'tn Htl lb th' 'm M rc .. "If at '! n a t i. .e U. c . t 5 I Iv. ' ff V thi: uoon old way. Now York LcJger. , John Mann hada itlfcflho wklnil(indtnie A wlfo Mho loved hltn well J She carol for Ms home and their only child; But, If the truth I must ttll, She fretted ind pined because John was poor, And h'9 business was s ow to pijr ; But ho only said when (he talked of change, "We'll stick to the goo! old way." She saw her ntUhhora were prowlng rich, And dn'clllng lu h )Utcs grand: That she was lltlne In poverty, With wealth ufon every haudi And she urted her husbuid to speculate, To risk Ids earnings at play; Hut he only ssld: "My dearest wife, We'll stick t) lbs good old way.' Korheknew that the money that's cjulcklr pot, Is the money that's quickly lost. And the money that itsys Is the money earned nt honest endeavor's cost; So he plodded alon j In his honest style. And hebc'.ttrcd hlmelf each day; And he only sa'.d to his f rctfnl wife, V11 stick to the ...

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. — 23 March 1883

TI1K I'RINOE AND FKINCESS GEOHOE. THE P1UNCESS. ALliElir VIOl'OR. ALEXANDRA. MAUD. TUB PttiNCE. LOUISE, A BLIIMON IN JHIYME. Love him. Yc, mid let him know That you 1 jvo h'm, cro lito's evening l Tlnco his brow with sunset clow. Wli v clif.ii lil r.mi unrili lin'nr hp nl,i Ul Ik LI ICUM MUlll uu o utuui Buns ny any emu ci song", iUlSU lb. MJW UJt IK. .UU OlU,r. W'ntf i1perrvnfl tirrtl.pQ lnnrr. Why should one who thrills your heart, Lack the joy you nuy Impart 1 you hear a prajer that moves jou By Its humble, pleading tone, Join It. Do not let the seeker Bow beforc bis find nbne. . "Why sli.uld not your brother sliaro Tuusttengtli of "two or three" in prayer! If you sco the hot tears falling Fiom a forrjwfal brotner's eyes, Sliaretliein. Aud, by sharing, Own yuur kltfeblp with the skies. Why should any one be glad Wfleu a brother's heart 1j sad! If a 6llvcry laugh la rippling I ' Through the ttinslili.e on lib face, Bharo it. 'TIs the wise man's saying For bo!h grief and Joy a plac...

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 March 1883

PAPER gOUNTY ,BT n. v. pobtus a cp., ORKUON, MO, Torma of Snbtorlptlon i TVO ItOLLAIW A VKAKlNAliVANCK. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1883. JKV8'APKlt IVW. i i . - - .1.. Mn itminMiinn. to the contrary, are comlacrfd as wlnlng iMInue their suoscnpiion, ALL OVER THE COUNTY. n. tr .nh.lb,n with their naocrs dlConUn- , publnhers may cntlnue to end them un j;!ciinM are paid. . A It uDcr10eM HCKieci cr iriuriwiar t pjiwrs from me emce or place k wmcn Newty Letters From Oir Correipmdenti. CIIAIQ. Ed S. Hooper -has fionr. to lllinoh. J Horn to tho wlfo of D. Mann, Match (l6th, a uivl. "-David Huffstutter ha .returned i(from Chicago. Mr. Latelle andon were in town ,lai Thursday. -C. O. Denny, at uormng, was in Craig last Friday. Uorn to ihtt wife ot Mr. llcy.vood, March 14th, a son. I Born to the wife ot M. F. Young, j March 17th, a boy. 1.. Graham, of Mgclow, wa tn the nty n Fridty last. Horn, March 15th, to tho vile of !.u' ntf sent, mrj w nrai irniranr wiui t . tUU8 ineir ouu ami ptiTr uuc ibhkt w ....

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. — 30 March 1883

V .-irTy-fiE (tfAflM SCtNC IN MOLT COUNTY. M0, 11 r'Tirr Tin ri nra? i Ht; hi )BaHMa it y w wanM .Wv ii i i .wt t-.o m,aj."" . -a i -; trail wrt. int. a w. a -- v i i h-ftivnmwitdH i 1 1 1 VOLUME XVIII. ANNOUNCEMENTS Ws an MthotlMd to announce T. J . William son, m a CMdKMM for he office ol County :mI-lontf of Public chool At the np preMalf Artl election. ate aataorUed to announce A. E. nrniltey as a eMdldata tor Ue ofllco of Osunty Com lMtMrtraUie Bchoolt, at toe appr-ach-tat iVlUltMwi. We an autfaortted to announce William V. Drake a a eaodMate for thr oHce of County Cowliiltit st rubtlo Bcntfli at the up pnMigAttU eIoUnn. Mrs. Mary Kunkel is very ill with rheumatism. Mr. Llmbird, cf St Joseph, spent a few boars lu our ctty Inst week. The Wills farm in upper Holt, has been purchased by John Patterson. MUi Ina Nlcs sp-nt a fow dnyt the past week with friends In St Joseph. F. M. Maxwell Is not only n good teacher,. but he knows how to mix lime nd sand. John Btckel, of Benton townshi...

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