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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 30 March 1883

iwysv Kv THE COUNTY PAPER. IKMIYNS .t: Co., l'uMLIifr.. OUEGON MO TIIK l.KADVII.I.U IIKl.LB. Kl'ORXU rlKI.lt. tTe Noah tlttlt UjiItIIi. btlle With sunny hair anil e jej, For whom aswalu on CTinlng L FouteJ forth hit tnuans and'algbi. Isati her walking down ths gulch "Wheredollutn"he aald; Che Kdltti not 1 1 p'atntve tunes Buttrlu to Ida head. "I Buc for Mercy," then be 8tb, "Nor Will 1 happy bo Till jou lave Faith In my complaint And ay jou'll Mary mu." "Ilia cannot promise you," aha quoth t'.iln'ilc In her eye; Tor If Isalsh I will, loi'll think Ftrhapi'tla Saul a Guy. "Dy Of err, I do de Clara truth When I'm In lotc I (ay Tour Lot aball happy be once wed You'll nerer Huth the day." "It ma t I hat been too rah If I'tiebe t.ue, 'tlarad A malilun ahouid L u'fa chance Whenacbauce to wad she's hod." Thut did the girl wllh self commuae While tol.crpretti faco Third Ito-a lla-h, wi lth he did Mirk, Uate her a rater (liaca. Paid she I dibs LctIwIU C u-i nt Ti.br your bride And If VI ' you...

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. — 30 March 1883

f. THE COUNTY PAPER. DO BT I Sid A Co., Publisher. OREGON - MO Till! DBA 1 1 WOOD MINK. We pllj the ror Bib. rln ilre, Wutre the Hum holds Iron wy, Wo melt Into tcar o'er his froxon grate, In the northltml far away. We cry for merer, for Afrlc's dark sons Who sires! by tliolr tropic hi me. We gritTe o'er tho true where the Ganges rani, And the forest prowlers roam. Have we ne'er a itlug tear to glra For the nearer slave who pine Who aro burled In csrth, yet they ltre In the dark and loatasamo mine. Oh 1 1 psrkle, bright Are, In the polished "rat, F ooit tho rich curort with light Comfoit the hearts of tho favored by fate, In the dreary winter's ntxht. But never a my on tlii iresiocd wall, And never a mlrroroU pit am fihoots over tip flier of that yllded halt That stirs i ot a ton bre dream A dream ot the brothers that mntl and toll Whcro the.sutiboaim never shine, fathering for us the ebony spoil, Down In the grave of the mine. ammer may come with Its leaf laden trees It aever Is su...

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. — 30 March 1883

1L THE NEW ltCENSK LAVC. I 5 Full Text of the DowWHigh License Bill. An Act to amend sections 6M8j 6410, 6141, 6442, 6450, 6401: to lepeal ssi tion 6162 o( chanter 08 and adding three new sections thcrote, cnlltlod 'of dramshops." J3e it tnaclcd by the Uciitml Assembly of the State of Missouri, us follows-. Section 1. Thai section fivo thmis and four hundred and thirty-eight of chapter 98 of tho revised statutes of the state of Missouri, entitled "01 Dram shop," ho and tho saino Is her. bj nmcadwl by adding the word "spoelfi rMlv" between the words "tuto" and 'ivlicro." In the third lint? of said sec Uon, and bv adding thoieto, at the end of said section, tho words, "provided, however, that If tho court shall be of the opinion that tho applicant Is uorson of good character, and the pell tlon required hi section 6, 1 1'2 of this chanter contains tho proper names milnerlbud thereto of two-third of tho assessed tax-paving citizens, as shown by tho last previous annual assessment of 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. — 30 March 1883

FOR WOMEN. rot Tut Cocarr rxmn. WMM.Htr Works and Ways. Altrost every pnprr one pick, up tlicM daya hm unit or more columns do voted to tlu interests of women. - u,Tls strange, pftsalng iitrangc;" and, yet it seem that woman Inn xt Inot conio to be regarded as n Utile above the aver age work-horse. Vo wilt endoavor this nlternoon to look at some of bur wny ttnd stadj her works. It lias bi vn said that woman, at bert, is but a contradiction still;" nnd, aUc that she cries whon she's lnd, and lauyhii when shu's tund " Well, yes, to be sure ahts does; nnd wo linve known a woman to scream at sight of a mouse or spidur, but when real danger wane, that woman was ns cnlin and col lected as may be. liut many of tho women ot to-day seem to be resting on their oars, wait ing for future power. They, seemingly, forget that, after all, tho family and tho hoiun ar woman's most fertllo fields. From thesa sources spring that which is good and pure, or that which is low and degrading. Mr. Garfield o...

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. — 30 March 1883

MM! IV YKHtUt. f Dntln? the Utt r , . i of last year, Dr. Roy Well Field Ule.l t luruer. Kill-, M , In l.l 7tti)i.r. ilewnsa pialn laiuier, liTiuj lor fsriy rears In tue vicluit uf I'uri er tall,aud aflT rescuing uiauiioihl, itevelo.ed ln mind bj ctieiitlfo iiiJlii uhdicaicli. For m .njf yesrcln- was iuruiicr ol tuu Atn ruan o t,0'i for t.ia nuVHuiemiiit ot kUucu, ami hU l Me or kltur.cal iHl tctentlltc worn ws keenly . 1 1 v Tli IuiiuwIhk iwtni uu wrote at 70 years o( site, ,ildiug ?utj tiU bntuday , far annual jtars (Arll It, 1374 -1 m TJ years old to dy.) Ttilt road lead sura to death; 1 near the end; The all j sunns ate all past Tliric icora aud teu. Istaritawittiacrund. N Utru re tliey uowl Ilwt llitm on i ho road; 1 kuow not bo. I loit thtm one by one; 1 know i.o mute. Thty wtru tiot left behind; 1'Ley went bfo,e. The wa Wii full of hofe, Ol oy and bliss, Uf ilu, of woe, niid death And bapplui'SS. Mfa'a Jouruey hat bora thart, That la to ny, 'Tas ni.rnlnc, noon and night Dut o...

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. — 30 March 1883

r t "if r TTiTri'i i ii ill 1 1 i in nil iiiiiwiiii(WWlBri' M. 'Ii'l111 iiii 'ni.i ' it' awliliru ,7iJ run hono or vbaok. JOACtJUIN MltXRIU The irrtM l sn oir Hunker Hill, The water awietln Brandjwlne: Tli iword alre-pa in the scabbard ittl), The farmer keep flock nd tine Then who would ruar the iceuo to-day With yauut of btt1cflcM or fray! The bine eotn lift. In leglmenta, Ten tb.nii.vd Mbira In the tun; The tlcke repUce the battle tents, The baniiiied aMcl tost nd run. The ne yliltiE itcoi, tlio buglt'a blajt Thcic be the atorlcs of tho past. Tbo earth bnaheded her wounded brent, The canooae plough the flcM no more; The heroes teif, O let them rest In peaee along the poiceful ahoro. They fouubt (or peace, for peace they fell; They aleep In peace and all Is well. The fleM forgftthe bittles foui;ht, The tnnchen wato to golden grain; Shall we neglect the lesson taueht And ter the wounds agape again! Sweet Mother Ntturo. nurw the land, And heal her wounls with gentle hand. Lot peace o...

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. — 30 March 1883

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. . Ntyiy LiUirt Fran Our Correspondents. CRAIG. Dr. Sntti mi In St. Joneph last week.' sirs .Holdrfdgo Is viking frlctuls , in tto .eaat, Cmlg newts a iurutturo sloro and An undertaker. -.Bleb Thompson, ot Laugdon, was in tho city huntlay. Wm. lluldf man, of St. Joseph, was in town Sunday last. The wife of Mr. W Smith hajbeen quto ill for sovcrnl days. Elder Maupin filled his regular tip polnttncnt bcreUst Sunday. C A. Douuhty received three car loads oi pine lumber last wcok. The brick for the foundation of the oldhnrdwaio aro being hauled . A news depot and music stand I promised us In the near future. Miss l'ena Lawrence was in St Jo-oph last week, visiting frlctuls. Lou Rifle and Will Mnunln went to Laojjdun last Sunday alternoeti. C, A. Doughty has been improving hl property by building leuccs, etc. Born, to the wlfo of .lohn W. gtoks SatmdMy, March 21th, '83, n sop. Charles David was In Andrew county last week, and disposed of Ids fajru there. Tommy Smerc s...

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. — 6 April 1883

Miiii!ilJjiiiiIMMMMi '11 ! '4 I. - VOLUME XVIII. Straw hats are sprouting. Mrs. Kate Holts 1b with friends In Kansas City. The Andrew county circtilt court 3.1 in ftemrion. Genre o Harmon hits returned from fch 'still hunt," Thrrearo nino-hundred dollars In 'tho city treasury. Sol Loffer will tako a trip to Ar Isasrtan, fow weeks. Mis. Ina Nlca has returned from her St. Joseph visit. The hens aro ovldenlly n a strike "honfrult" Is decidedly scarce. The Forbes schools have closed, and Sam. llulcy has (tone to sowlug onion pots. Hev. S. Carothcrs will preach at (he M. E. church Sunday morning and evening. Jack blasters, one of tho old fix- f ures of this place, Is now located at Fairfax . I Levi Lawrence and Gcorgo K. Meyer left Wednesday, for Washlng j ton Territory. Ksquiro Stacy of Clay township leaves next Monday for New York, to visit old friends. Miss Ida Kuley and Minnie Chnd luck wcroln 8t. dosoph lat week and had their "pictures tooken " rhilp Schull 1ms purchased the Ezckial...

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. — 6 April 1883

TUB COUNTY PAI'KK. UOIIYNH ,k ., I'lll)llhrl-.. OUKC.ON Mil Yl'. .MAKI'i 111 KM IIAITV. urn. kh. How Jcar lo tlie licu of the housekeeping notiun, Are comforts of which so few architects tell; i NU r!illilrcrj, good ecmnts, and plenty of room In The uell-flttcd mansion In which they must dell lint first of the blesslnss kind fortune can clvo her, It she In the city or country abide, Is that which lonp for and covets forercr, The big, airy ciosct, her Joy an J i er pride The roomy, dean closet, the well-ordered closet, Thu big, airy closet, hcrjjy atitt her pride. The house may be rctfect from garret toccllir, Well lighted, well atriid, with cold water and hot, An 1 yet to the eye of a feminine dweller, If ulo.'ctlcst, all Is as It it were not. IIow olt she has sunk Ilka n dove that Is WOIItliU.1, Ho oft has sins secretly grumbled aud slhtd, llccau'o she saw not, though with a'.l else tur rouuiled, The big, ulty ciosct, her Joy nod her pride The roomy, clean closet, the well-ordered ...

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. — 6 April 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. HOltVIXH A C'o. InblUlir. OREGON - - MO Oil. UOiMKi TO HH .UtIIIOIAL SON. Oilier Wendell Holme, whose was re ntly ppo)ntJ 10 the Supreme D(ncn of Maisachu-etts, read the following poem, with reforenceto that event, at tho annual banquet of tho Bosttn Bar Association! 'His Ilonot'i father yet remains Illi proud paternal posture Arm In? But, while uli right he still maintains, To wield the household rod and reins, He bowa before tae filllal cnnloo. What curious talcs has life In etore, With all Its inust-bc and Its may-bci I 'Tho sage of eighty years and more Onee crept a nursling on the floor Kings, conqueror, judges, all were babies. 'Tho fearlcs soldier, who has f acedj Tho serried bayonets' gleam appalling, Var nothlnt? savo n pin misplaced The peaceful nu eery has disgraced With hours or unlicrolcbawllns;. Tho mighty monarch, whoso renown Fills up tho stately pago hist jrlc, lias howled to w.iketi half tho town, And finish off by ?utpmg down Ills castor oil or p...

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. — 6 April 1883

T1IK ..COUNTY PAPER HV I. P. IMIHYKH .t CO , OttEOON, MO. Tarmi of Subscription! ! t j TW01V0LLARSA TEAK IN AIIVAXCi: " 1 ; . FMDAY, APRtliO, 1B83, NEVSrAl'KIt LAW. i 1. Htibwlhon who ild not pIvcrxurpMnn-l tg continue their u6seriptloti, 1. ii.ur.seriocrswisii ineirpnpeiujron ,,,,, lUBWIMM mm meir papers uiscumiii- .. uhlithcrs may continue to semi themun- ,lle lwd. til ftUphftrtrp, nrt lmlil. X If subscribers neglect or refuse to take tktlr pipers (win the office or place to which llirj IMC SV1H. UltJ ail" IIVIU I i.iiwiiiiuir until ther settle their bills anil irlvc tluc notice to ills-1 cT'lf Subscribers move to other places with-1 out Informing the liibtlhor. they are hfhl 1 IPUUMUIl. ilUUVC suuillll liiinim nu ll - , moral. , , . 1 RfAlf&WXtiZ - denceol Intentional traud, Unclk Sam .treasury. has $.101,(525,386 In bis limit, license In Missouri twenty-flvo cents a drink. Whiskey Beer ten cents a glass, (Jood-noss. It scorns to be the generally rcccivrtl opinion among the w...

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. — 6 April 1883

G..A. R. ITEMS. The Grand Encampment. The second nnnuni encampment of the department of Mieflonri, Grand Army of the Repbullc convened in the hnll ( Cutter po.t, St. .lojcph, Mo., March V2, Department Coinumnder William Warner prcMinr. Slsiy-thrro posts ivaie represented by delegates, and foi lcnlufl the report of tbo cominiltco on crodeatiftls and tU acceptance, F. M. l'osejatc, mayor of St. Joseph, and n comrade of the G. A. It: on biihalf of the city and the members of Custer post No. 7 welcomed the encampment to the hospitality of tlio city in an address fall of wit and humor. J'aul Vanderroort, commander-ln. ohlef of the Orand Army of tho Kcpub lie, being present was introduced, and replying to the addrcs ot the mayor, said he was not aurprlscd to find an old soldier mayor. He found that to bo tho cue in nearly all citlc9 ho had visited Laughter. Ho recalled the first en campment ofthla department at Kansas City with only wine posts, and com pared it with the present, sixty-six...

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. — 6 April 1883

TIIH WI1HI f ALL Instinctively, he hnully know why, Im disliked t work on this picturo In Miy othor presence, nml lio devoted to It only his hours of solitiulu. So It happened thnt It wns nearly Unified whan bv Bomo c innco. n inonu uisco n-il him bund In " over It. too absorbed to hunr nnv nnproach. As the door mimic il. Carradino roso hastily, turn , ing his easel to mo wan to concern mo ruen innn il. J ma I mo sinunnuiu, however, wns destined to bo of no avnll. Having been marked by tho Intruder, ono of thoso cordial, well moaiiltu? people, good tintured to n di'troo. but with lltiio delicacy of nor contloni.hu notion at once nrousou ntirlnsllv, "Aim. master painter, no sain, wn a. hiuirli. "lot us seo what It Is that you wcrk nt by yoursolf till it steals nwnv voiir nvos nnd oars. Only ono peon!" V itli mat no intu nis nunu on uiu fratno. nnd rcoolvlng no forbl Idlng word from Carrndine.turned Unround Tho next moment ho was loud In his praise. "lint who is i uniraumor 11 n is a ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 6 April 1883

'f?atMBflaav?imei3Hicm - tf I. a.? 3 1 A VOIUK FltOM T1IK FAUM. flllpper. "You ear that my llfo la a round of toltt" Tho stalwart farmrr said, 'Tint I scarce cm wrest from tlie oft-tlllcd loll My pittance of Ully bread! Well, what you tell nm In part Is true, I am cMom an Idle man. Hut I valuo the blessing of rest, m you, Who have tnuth of It, never can. "Ami, surely, 1 never have worked In vein, From tho tprlng to the golden fall; Tho harvest has ever brought waving grain, Knoueb and to 8tnrc for alt. And when In tho evening, f rcoi from care, I dec at my farm-lioafcdoor My wlfo and little one watting there, " Oil, what has tin millionaire, morel "My children may never Jiave hoarded wealth! Tnclrllvr may at times be rough; Hut if In thcirhn ncs they havclovcandhealth, They will find these riches enough The only Und they will ever own In the land tli.it the strong right arm And tho patient, fearless heart alone Can till to n fe.tllt f.irm. "I hive nothing bev.md mv simple want And ....

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. — 6 April 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER nr ' D. P. DOBYNS A CO., ' OnROK,'MO. Tefmi of Snbiorlptlon TWO DOLIi.VRS A TEAK IX ADVANCE. FRIDAY, Al'BlL 0, 1883. NKWSPAl'KIt LAW. 1. fluhscrlkcrs wiio do not give esptessiitv. Hon to the contrary, nto considered iw wishing to rontlnun their subscription, , It subscribers vsUU their papers discontin ued, publishers may continue to svnd llirm un til nil chatves aw paid. . 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse, to tfikn their p.ipers from the mre or place to which they are sent, they are held responsible until threttlr their bills ami filvc rtua nolleo to ills- C4l 'if subscribers move to other places wlth nut Informing the publisher, they are ht ;td re sponsible. NoUce should he given of the re- mA.TTho courts have decided that refining to takfl the paper from tho onicc.ls prima ft evi dence of Intentional fraud. " "The blight is destroying tho coffee plants in Ceylon, the Flgi Island ami Brazil. OoRTsniACOKr gotpff without pols on after all. Ho tiled a natural deat...

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. — 13 April 1883

(tARM SCENE IN MOLT COUNTY MO VOLUME XVIII. APRIL 1, ST. JOSEPH, MO. North Side Flix St. Jiet. 5tli ami (Slli, NEW GOODS NOW ON SALE no l'lcee.s lll.nJi Ores drain ami OtlnniMi Silks 2.'.c to Mte under value. Hrloct7Dc 81.00, $.as?l.Wii'to:i.W"'riiril. TO Pieces. Colored Dress Silks In Now Similes at Sl.oo per yard j worth ntiywliero 91.SS to 91.40 n yard ... , . . 25 l'lcccs. All Wool, Cashmeres, New Sliades. ..0c per yard ; umiiiI price frmii r,G to (c I)rtm Goods and Trlmmlncss all tho late N.n. tllo. Silk, Usio Thread mid Cotton llnww-lVnrse? I. hp I ho citv. Ladles' and ('lilldrou'a Lace and l.lii.-n Neck-wear and Kuyrnlsmn!t tin""s o InuU lUwins ini'Mssil.lo ly tiandsome passenger elevator) lw Suits, Hew Sprine: Wulte, Cambric Underwear, ltrldal Outfits and Infants' OnttlU a sPV''V, ''fl, B!!Z mail i ltlbl)0"s, all nw .shades, all ldths, we jut yard, worth itwildu tills pdce. tome and sco us, or send lor samples. C. A. DOUGHTY. -dealer Pine Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Sash LATH, ...

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. — 13 April 1883

. 1 unit? rniTVUV ), ) IIIIHYNS A- t'n.. rnMNIiri. OHKtlON MO wii.n ri.mu:u ttv vai.i.kv ioiuii:. lllcH lie tic flowers tliat freely Mow In this neglected spot: Anemone, with leaves of snow, Ami blue forget-me-not. (lol's laurel weave their clnMlc wreath, Their pale jlnk blossom. WAV,! O'er lowly minimis, where rent beneath Our soldiers In their grave. In white nil gold the dal cs shim- All o'er Ensamptnent Hill; Tbrc wild rose nn.l the columbine Lift glistening banner ttlll. Her I lumy ferns, an emeraM fringe, Ailorn our stream's bright way; Ami soft gram whence the violet (tiring, With fragrant flowers of May. Oh, there' a spell nrouml these bloom Owned byno rarer tljweis! They Mossoni on our martyrs' tomb. Ami they shall bloom on our. To u, as to our sires, their lone Breathe forth the fame glad strain : "Wo spring to life when winter's gone. And jc shall rife again." NIK DUDE. A Full Description nf the Nouly t)lrocril Atilmnl, Brooklyn Eagle. A now word has boon colnoil. It U el...

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. — 13 April 1883

' .'-r ,. . .. ,lrr.,.,,.,.,r- ,-. -- n-jrrf iTTfiii'n-miMMMWii II j THE COUNTY PAPER. JIOIIYINH t'n-t l'nlllhtr. OREGON MO LOOKING AT HOT1I HIDK.Ni a niiTuosrncT of inn past ti:ak. The good wife bustled Mmt the housr, Her face stilt tirl"it with a pleasant smile, A, broken snatches of happy son; Strcntrtliened licr heart an J hands the while. Tlio fpo 1 man at In tho chimney nosk, Ills little clay pipe wlthla his llrs, And all lio'd male, and all ho had lost, , Jteady and clear on his Ilngcr-tlps. Good wife, I've Jnst been thinking a hit; Nothing has done very well this year, Money Is bound to be hard to get, . F.rcrythln? Is sure o be ycry ilsar. How the cattle arc going to be fed, How wo'ro to keep tho boys at school, Is a kind of debt and credit sum I can't make balance by any rule. Bhc turned around from the baking bosrd, And she faced him with ft cheerful laugh; "Why, husband dear, one woJld really think That the good rich wheat was ( lily chalT. And what If wheat is only ciia...

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. — 13 April 1883

T,,K COUNTY PAPER - n v 1). 1". DOIIYNN A CO., OIIKHOX, Ml). -T- - . nr - r t.. .''... . niiim 01 oaDignpuou i i TmMMU.I.AHSA YIIAI. Ia .VIiYAM'K. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1893. NKWSIWI'KIt LAW 1. Slt1i4trIVir itlm itn tmf iflm nvtiritdti tm ninir.iry, tin. ;oiiMlrriM in Uiliw , iu ruiuimif mi'ir iiintTipmm, 2. If ntni'tiicM u Mi HiPlr iaprrs ittVimtln tiftl, )iuMMiir m.iy carnitine to .hmi.I tlu'iiiim (II ill fh-tt-.f -it.i i ,1.1 ii an rnsrKf ;.c i'iiii. .1. If suh.crih.'rH neelerf nr reft., I ii ifiL-i. f.i-lr iMi-.T inmi thciiffliTiirtiiiVetiMtiiii-li, IBS?, m-lffiv W , 04,:,,r;.,wrii.ow ...mhornhum,- nut Infnfn.l... 1 1... t.t.1.11. .... 1 1, ......... l..,i .i L' Hon l.le. NolUo -tinal.t W Klxruotllier.- niotni. TI.A n..t.d I....... .1 1.1 ...1 ' ttjVXS&V.' Ukrthp lMiifrlriMii tlii-n! uvncu in iiiiciiiinii.ii inuiii. mi. ;-- r. ....... i . . .... .. u. t ....... ' I iiimki. ll aiil.rtt III il l(IHI! 1.1 Dlir -.,, ti. r;. .out I v ..unman- mi 111 IOJ h Tt-Ltf tf.ll.l ll... ..1. .....

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. — 13 April 1883

G. A. R. ITEMS. 1. How much net it month at did u private soldier the beginning of ihn win 1801? 2. When win hU wntrc ruk od iiml to how much, mul in what year? 1 1. Blown dollars 2 August 0, I8iit, Increased to SU ; Junu '.'0, 1W5I, In- , crcasoe to $10. ' Custer poH. No. i, U. It, elcarein $236 on the banquet at tho Saunders house, on the evening of Ihu depart- t men I enenmpmeut. On Saturday, 31st Maieh Tarklo Tost No. 07, department of Missouri G. A. K., was mustered In with 29 charter members by Commander William Strlhlcn, assisted ly J. W. Lucas, acting officer of tho day. The new post Is composed of thu be-l material. of Tho mustering officers wero rltrlit royally entertained by their eunirndes i of tho now post at Clifton house, kept - - - i . by Comrado C. B. Garten, who took proat pains In supplying tho commis sary department with all that tho mar ket afforded, C. B. is no km to "old Orkey," for C. U. knows how to run a I hotel anil no mistake. The following nro the office...

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