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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 13 April 1883

Tin: imoi.k utr.i:. TO t. (I. W. (1 rent plnta that waUh the titer ko Djwii 1 the aca all ntnht,ftll dar, F.rm-rootcd near lis ibb and it w, Boslnu their ho nil to wind at play, Strong lltntal and proud, they Mli-nt atind, And watch t je mimUlm fir awar, A Jil watch the inlies of farmlcg land, And hear tin church bell toMlm; slow. They tee tha men In OUUut Held Follo.r tio furrows of the plow; They comt the loidi the barren ylold', And fl tht the Morms with ercry bough, neatl:)L' the wild wind! hack agnlu. The April unihlne cheers thun now, Xlic-yi-ii: r drink tin warm Jprlng rain, No.-dread the ipeir the lightning wield. Ill.'h In the branch rllnR U19 )if it Thfl groat Unit ball-1 from year to yi nr; And though thsy lly fromcait t' wot, onu Intlit.e! keep this e rlo dear Tojthclr fierce hearts; ntid uu their eyt GWre down nt mo with rage an l fc.ir; They s ure at toe with wild eurprlar, Whir.' li'gh In air they strung-winged rod. Compuilonsldp of blrdi and trcc-t' The year havd prw...

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. — 13 April 1883

1. 1 It I. TIM! IVV. (minor. wnATimu.T. True love I llko tlie ly bold Tlmt cllnp; cadi day with firmer liol.l, Tlint growi th on throiiRh good and 111, And 'mid the trinpett dlnpetli still. What through tlir wall on which It climbs lfi lot tlio grace of former tlmci Will (ben llic Ivy Iojq Its hold, Vorpet the tunny dnys of old I Nny, rather It will (loser cling With loving clasp, remembering That I hardly lived At all Without the kindly tbcll'flng wall. True love Is like the Ivy sreen That ne'er forgctcth what hath been, Anil to, till llfo Itself be gone, Until the end It cllngcth on, What though the treo where It may cling Shall hardly know another Spring I What though Its boughs be dead and bare. I Tne twining Ivy cllinbcth there, And olaps It with a llrmtr hold, With stronger love thin that of old, Ar.d lends It rMce It never hid When time was young nnd life was glad. WIT AND UUMOIlT Nature Is wlsur uiiil mightier limn doctors. She Is In consort with ctor tint wisdom. Why aro fa...

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. — 13 April 1883

era m CO CO 53 First-Because We Have the Only "RED FRONT." SECOND AT OUR SHE AT DISPLAY OF SPRING GOODS -3 Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoos, Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises, Etc.; Etc. Bargains from Top to Bottom. We olfcr to the citizens of Mallland and vicinity a Golden Opportunity lo obtain the largalns or a Lire-Time. Why not Improvo It ? The Season's best offerinns awaits you. We extend a cordial greeting to all, and want evcrvonc to stop and examlno our stock. Remember the "RED FRONT." We will show you the most Elegant and Complcto Lluo or Spring Styles, and Trices L-iwer than ever known. You will find by giving us a trial, that these are not mere words, but racts. Wo have bull-dozed the Jobbers, with cash, and will give you the benefit. Again, we say, Come aud examine our Stock, and with courteous manners and polite attention will try and please you. In conclusion, ulll promise Qr bestefforts to merit such favors as you shall see fit to bp stownpou us. ...

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. — 20 April 1883

mm MSI (FARM SCENE It? MOLT COUNTY. MO.) I'M - VOLUME XVIII. APRIL 1, Chambers, Marney & Co., ST. JOSEPH, MO. North Side Folix at. Uot. 5th nntl Oth, NEW GOODS NOW ON SALE M ricec.s tilnck 0ro drain unit Ottoman Silks 2Sc to M)c under value, ltrlccs "5e 91.00, 31.33, 31.00 up to S.XM) per ynnt. CO rippci. Colored Drew Silks in New 8lmilcs nt Jl.oO per jntil j wortli anywhere ?1.2S to 81.40 n yard 23 Pieces, All Wool, Cashmeres, New Dhades. 80c per yard , usual price from CO to.Mc Dress (loods and Trlmmlncs; all tlio lato Nowlllcs. Silk, l.ls'o Tlirc.nl and Cotton Hosiery-lJiruvst Line In the city. Ladles' and ChlldrcnM Lace and Linen Ncrk-urnr atumixnlslihiij Gout's of every description. In Suit ltooms (accessible ly liandsomo pawner elevator) ;Hew5nlts, New Sprin Wrappines, Jersey Suits, Jackets, Polonaise, Camlirlc Underwear, llrldal Outfits and Infants' Outfits a specialty, nm) Yards '.Otto man millions, all new Similes, all widths, ac per yard, worth lUulilu this price, .(.e...

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. — 20 April 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. DOIIYIKH A: Vn l'uhll.h!-.. OREGON MO TO A llEAUriFtriSTItANORH. 11 T JOHN n. HAXK. A glance, a smile, I tec It jett A momtnt ere the tra'n wns starting', How strange to tell I We scarcely met, And jet I felt a pang nt patting. And you (alas I that all the while 'Tlsl alone who am confessing!) Whit thought was lurking In j our snilli In quite beyond my simple guessing. I only know those beaming rays Awoke In mc a strange emotion, Which, basking In their warmer blase, Perhaps might kindle to devotion, Ah I many a heart as etanch as this, Dy smiling lips allured from duty, Uaa sunk In Passion's dark abyss "Wrecked on the coral reefs of Beauty!" Aid so, 'tis well the train's swift flight That boro away my charming stranger, Took her God bless her I out of sight, And me, as quickly, out.of danger' ULAKb'S WIDOW. Jam Illnko was shot ilcnd in his own doorway by Antonio Guoldo, and tho trial was to cotno oil diroutlr. Tho oxtrftordlrmry Intorost in tho af fair was loss du...

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. — 20 April 1883

-..-is-. .... I 1 1 THE COUNTY PAPER, DOllTNd fc Co.. rnhll.hrri. OREGON I - " - - MO SOMK DAT. llAIUlT ORAT, I uav ships that went to sea More than fifty years ago; .Mono haTe yet come homo to me, But are lalllti" to and fro. Great treasures that they hold, Silks anil plamca and bara of gold ; While the apices that thoy bear Kill with fragrance all the air, As they tall, ns they mil. 1 havo watted on the piers, (InlngTor them down tba bay, T)aya and nights for many year.', Till I turned heart-tick away. Out tho pilots, when they land, -'Stop and tatto mo by tho hand, Sajlng, "Ifou will 11 o to eco Your nrnud vessels coino from sea, One and all, one and all." So I ncvcrqulte despair, Nor let hope or courage fall; And some day when aklcs arc fair Up the bay my ship will sail. I shall buy then all I need -Prints to look at, books to read, Horses, wines, and works of art, KTcrythlnc except a heart, , That la lost, that Is lost. FAKM, GARDEN, HOUSEHOLD. How to l'lnnt ltaitpherrli-x. Hav...

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. — 20 April 1883

MIXING MATTERS. Petition Asking for n. Injunction Restrain 1 ing the'.P&yhien't of Road and Bridge War rants. Full Text of the Petition and List of Warrants. 9 ill :;o 1 'AS Ira Peter, Moses Dennett and Warren 11. Davis, l'lalntiffn vs llenlainin 1' Fleming. Oeoriro Quick, .ImiicM Wilsoii ami John Ducher, Dol'iMulunts. I In tlio Circuit Conrt of Holt County, MUsotirl, Apt 11 term, IStili. Plaintiffs .state that they aru rollout" of Holt county, Mls-ourl: t lint they are thu owners of real and personal prop erty bltuaio in said Holt eoitnty: that thu same Is Miblcet to taxation for all purposes tor whleh property Is by the laws of this state taxable: that they brinj; this action for themselves and all tax-payers of Holt tountv similarly situated: that the defendants II. F. Flunilajr. (ieori;i! Quick and James Wilson are judges of the Jink county court: that defendant .lohu Hncher, is treasurer of said Holt county : that the revenue law of the Statu of Missouri makes It the duty 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. — 20 April 1883

MY MARYLAND. Places. Scenes, and Odd Characters of the land of Fish and , Ducks.' nY W. S. MAIIAN. Itlsatrltosayltig thai "it takes all kinds of peoplu to make up it world." And wo nil have verified In our own ex. poricuco the truthfulness of this old say ing. I hnvo thought I hut It might Interest your many readers to have an Introdue tlon to souiu of the plums, .scenes and tathor odd characters whom t havo on eountored, during my yarlud cxporicueo. I shall alio refer to Heveral historical events, aud in the progress ol tills series of articles, writo tip, eertaiu old legends singular aud mystciloiH tragedies on life, and such other Items ns may serve to amuse aud interest your reader. In preparing the.se paper, I shall have to draw not from imagination, but from memory alone, ns I have nut a scrap of writing to rely upon, butaover tholcss, I vouch for tho truthfulness of what I relate; as far as tho nutters re fer, to come under my personal obser vation ; and for a correct recital...

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. — 20 April 1883

VANISH I 1 HOUltM. Where 'e they gone, those iletr dead daya, Thoo sweet pist daya of long ago, Whosi ghosts go floating to aud fro When evening Ieid us throuith her mine I Where are they guno! A til whocantcllt Who wjmtc oucc more that long-tiaed (isclll They dlil exist when wa cro young, We met our l.f a w.th strength and trust, We djem -d all thlogs wore pare anl Just, Sir knew itf ) luJ n double tongue We Uglily sang a happy song, ' Nor drcBTicd our wy could e'er bo wrong, And then nil charmed; as lite went by, Ted t rletd deceived, or bitter death Hmtlcd m hi drank our dear one's breath, And wou'd not let ut also die, D ty followed day, as on they went Haiti took some gift tint lite liu.l suit. Yet It waa ours, that perfect paitl We did have diya that knew no pln, We one 3 li ml friends death had not taken, And floffcri aud son that could not last Wum oar la Hut m st blessed time. When cirlU teemed Heaven's euclunted clime. And so I think when lights hum low An I all the h tu m...

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. — 20 April 1883

APAtUC HTKP. T.. n. nnowNtNo. Sweet, thou halt troJ on a he Art. Pas I there's world full ot men; And women as fair m thou art Mint do luch thlngi now aud then. II. Thou only hast iteppcd unaware Hillce, not one can Impute; And why thouU a heart have been there? In the way f a fair woman'a footl Itt. It was not a stone that could trip, Nor was It a thorn that could rend J l'utup thy proud unJcrllpl Tiras merely the heart of a friend. IV. And yet peradventure one day, Thou, elltlDj; alono at the rIkm, liemarklng tho b'oom gone away, Where the emtlc tu Its dlmplemcnt was. Aud ecektng around theo In vain From hundreds who flattered bofore, Such a word as ''Oh, not In tho main Da I hold theo less precious, but morel" VI. Thou'll sigh, very like, on thy part, "Of all bftYO knawn or can kaow, I wish I bad only that Heart I trod upon rges ago I" DOKOTMY. An KpUodo or the Lout Days of ttio War tor the Union. Ono ovoninK last month wo were gathorcd arouud tho Hro for our eus totuury family c...

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. — 20 April 1883

IS p3 era feed First-Because We Have the Only "RED FRONT." SECOND AT OUR 6REAT SISPLAV OF SMS 300 Staple and Fancy Dry We offer to tho citizens of Maitland offerings awaits you. We extend a show you the most El Man t and Complete Lluc or Spring Styles, and Prices Lower than ever known. You will find by nlvlng us a trial, that these nrc net mere words, but facts, .Wc have bull-doze J the jobbers, with cash, and will yivo you tho benefit. Again, we say, Come nud examine our Stock, and with courteous manners end polite attention will try and please you. In conclusion, will promise our best efforts to merit' i uch favors as you iliall see fit Id he stow npou us. , ' v A. L, WILLIAMS & CO., Maitland, Mo. N. p. Don't forget, For Ban & Ever? Line Call Al The RED FRONT, ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Newsy Letters From Our Correspondents. CKA.Q. Seven more weeks of suhool. M. F. l'lillllps came in fromu big trip last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gomel icturiied from Kansas, Inst Friday The (lUillhuns b...

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. — 27 April 1883

VOLUME XVIII. APRIL 1, Chambers, Marney & Co., ST. JOSEPH, MO. North Side Fqlix at. Bet. 5th and Oth, NEW GOODS NOW ON SALE Bo IMopm Mack 1ro Ur.ilii ana Ottoman Silks J3c to 5Ce titnlcr value Hrlces 75o tl.C0,1.25,Sl.W opto WiM) per yard. ' eo Viecen Colored Dress .Silks In New Similes at 81.00 per yard ; worth anywhere 11.25 to 81.40 a yard 25 Pieces, All Wool, Cashmeres, New Shades. 50c jcr yard; usual rrlco (rum no to c Dress loo(ls and Trimmings; all tliu late Novelties. HUki I.UUi Thread and Cotton Hosiery Lament line In tho city. Ladles' ami Children's Uica and Linen Neek-wear and FurittMilnKilooi'iotevery description. In Suit ltooms (accessible by liandsomo passsiiRcr elevator) Iw Suits, Hew Spring: Wrappings, Jersey Suits, Jackets, Polonaise, Cambric Underwear, Ilrldal Outfits ami Infants' Outfits a specialty. woo Yards. Otto man ltlbbo"8, all new .shades, all w Idths, 2M per yard, worth double, this price. Como and see us, or xcud for samples. A BIG CRASH! AT 1 1-2, 8 ...

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. — 27 April 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. HOBTIHS At ., rafclUher. OUEC.ON - MO 1IKAVKNI-Y VISITOHS. J. Ill Gtrdner, In Interior. "Letmc In," Mid the 8unbeam, As It flickered through tho wood And found a tiny hillock Where some purple violet stood -"Let me In, to brlnt: jou light and warmth, I'll do jou only pood, hii me In," said the Sunbeam, As It dickered through the wood. "Let me In," (aid the Raindrop, As It gently pattered down On the dry grat-s of&gardcu, In tho hot and dusty town "Let mc In to the rootlets That arc crowing parched and brown Lt mc In," said the Italndrop, As It gently rattcrcd down. "Let mo In," says God's spirit, In accents toft and low, To human hearts, made old and hard lly sinfulness and woe "Let mo In, for I will brlnijyou Jot. That angels cannot know. Let me In," said God's spirit, In accents soft and low. O, blessed, rain and sunshine ! Could crass and llowcrs find voice, How gladly would they greet you, And how would they rejoice 1 And shall the hearts of mortals Kefilic...

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. — 27 April 1883

)UNTY PAPER, t A Co., rablUkcr. 1 MO iuwn.TouitNEY. ( fctcoaie he&Tily weary rjtatid mountain of life. M grown dnty and dreary i' Is the atrugile and strife, lifclcult pathway, vrtr valley and plain, Tierrowful longing ijlrney again. S trine past thoro nrc pleasures of' joy and delight, X la douhtlnc and darknett Uhc gloom and tho night; T ytpots wo remember jlmlioaght of them then I tnHooklng and lonirlng hoc places again. ISjalncat Is sighing bait be forward aud on ; -ira back on tho Journey, ttijoy what Is gone, hen as onward wo travel, flay brighten tho plain, ( be beside tho sweet waters, " lay not begin It again. forever foes upward Hto tho mountain wo rise, bTlnvlslblo summits, tvtho llmltlou sktos, nwlth courago unshaken Unevrlu vain ItbTrcgrct at tlio pathway ian travel again. AKDEN, HOUSEHOLD. q - idVWord Tor the Onion. f f hus callod tho ontou, tho polo-cat," and soruobody ling to tako polc-caU In Itne.s tho following on logy: a'ithlnk ol nny slupo that i not good in;...

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. — 27 April 1883

PAPER. TUB COUNTY '- IIV ' 1. 1 DOIIVNS A oi:i:c.(in mo. 1 : Torms' of Subscription tvoi)oi,i.aiwayiiai!Ka!va:ci:. : i FnmAY, A1IUL a7, iss-x LITERARY STUDY. ,Tliy 11ATTLK OF .Till- HOY: OR, HOW IRI'.LAND OAlNl'.D 11F.I! IN lloMnn : Leo iV Xr.WSI'AJTJt LAW. 1. SutiTlVim ivlm ilit nut Kite express nn. i tlco to Hie inntritrv, urc nu'Vilfri'il in wMiint;. to continue Hudr uiii'r .i;im. ) 2. If Milwrllii'ps wish ihilM.i rsdlcontln-' lied, publishers limy rntliuif In mmhi them tin til all charges !irt" .iiil. , . , 3. If subscriber nctject or refuse In take their papers from Ilie nfuci' or plan' to which they urn ctit. they an held icsponslblc until I they settle) llu'lr Mlli mill glto ilui' nollo In ills- continue. , J If .tih.i.tlhpi-4 lit. ,t, til Ittl.iir lil.li-, Milt, I out Informing tin- publisher, they iirchchl re- ' nrotlint .Mill, ill utll liml t ..II. I..- Ki.tli.M l 1.1 li.l I) tiilllll I III .1. ' (lWIIIIM1 .KUIlV flllMIMl rv (.in iiv. iii li ft Tho court ti:tv llocjihsl ll...

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. — 27 April 1883

MARYLAND. tacts, Scenes, and Odd Characters' of the land or Fish and nv v. maii.vn. I Tho only whitu man Hint old Tommy was iMtimati1 Willi, was omu William Moigan, a poor, Industrious, lionrst fel low, to whom liu left all Ids property. .Morgan was a most zealous Wlilir in polities, ami though cautious ami close in Ids habits, was not nversu to butting I (ijSKslotmlly on elections. Mrlng at the Levis paper mill, four miles I roin lown, was a singular Junius by thu numo of John Tmy, a wagoner liy occupation, who was a red hot Dem ocrat. This wagonor, apart from his politics, was a capital good fellow, and , qtilto wag. Ho once came Into our .store and accosting mo, said : "Willie, jl want to buy a two-gallon phial," mcanlL'g a Jug. Another tltiio lio want ed to buy ascitic, and when I replied, "You know wo don't keep such things," ho said: "O yes, you do, I want a .sctno to ca'ch. lico in tho clllldrnn8, heads," meanjng a fino tooth-comb. Well, wo bad that year a rcd-hqt con test ov...

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. — 27 April 1883

tih: sail ov fouthnk. ihiiw . uooitu.M, Sly Mp, ihc Mils a shifting aea; I know not what her fortunes bo, Or If, perchance, the creaking b!at VTI1I ever tear bcr home; With head on hand, the HtcIous ihjr 1 burn my ejea ajalnst tbo bay And nercr aco the pallant matt AcroaJ the wheeling foam. Uealnd my latticed wlndow-bara t watch t night ths floating atare, Anil cradled by tho rolllns aca Tie Ulcnt hamlet Ilea; An ebblmr tlJe upon the eaiil, Tlie mighty water rocks the land, Anil through tho leaning llmlon-tree, Itcpcals the cryatal akles. My f rctahted ahlp perchance the alo QtTCi b.ittK to her (welling rati, Her heaving charter meet the blow And plunges punting back; The current swims beneath her keel, Her scarlet baanors writhe and reel. And la the foaming flood below The waters circle blaci 1 Or yet a thousand leagues from shore, The red flames eat her to the core; She leips In all.her btar.)ncJ;old Along the hissing tide He. quenchless Jowcls sink In slime A tremure for the hand...

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. — 27 April 1883

yVMtf VHrrf y.Hi.fy -yy-M- mill iiiiiMiiMniTKjutomWitfMir'ffi r iiiriil'i1'1' 1 1 I' '. fLKASUKlM OF HfMrATnY. Bach hurt hat angnlih of it' own Which none but Ood cn know: Kch font flrVlit orrow when alone, O'er which the teat will flow, Bad toir, yet (wcet, tnco for our iak They havobcen glrcnlctthearta mlfiht break. Ami there arc other, lighter woea Anil trials which we tienr, Hut which each heart, oppreatol well knowi, How awcet It la to haro With eome loted one, wlione wonl of cheer Like itralns of munlc greet tho ear. Heaven' tlcheit blessing then for htm Who lingers aty.mr IJe, Wto lltens whllo his ojes grow dim. And lonrs to utnrd and etille,. ' Life Is too short to sigh and moan, As hearts must do mat Hiiro aione. A STiWNUK VISITOR. Wo had always nctotl nnd talked llko sisters, Cousin Maud nnd I. Both loft orphans ntnn oarlv ago, wo wore eonttollvo with Aunt Jano, and grow up togctbor with common Inter ests, llhoa nnd iIMikof. Maud was a dcllcato llttlo thing; uot exactly do...

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. — 27 April 1883

crrj CTO 13 EVERYBODY SURPRISED TWIC on First-Etcaiisc- Wc Have the Only "RED FRONT." " " SECOND -AT OUR GBEAT DISPLAY OF SPRINO GOODS ! Staple and Fancy Dry Gocds, Clothing,' Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.1 Trunks and." Valises, Etc.; Etc. Bargains from Top to Bottom. - ' f3 tjd i -3 WeofrertothecHlzetuorMaltlandandvlclnHyanoldenOpnnrlunHytoohlflnthotaranlns of a Lire-Time Why not Improve It? The Season's best nffarlnn. nwiilt' vail Wn pvlpnd a r.nrtllnl nreetlnn to all. anil want pvirvono to slnn and examine our stock: Remember the "RED FRONT." We u 111 show'ypu th iostj Elegant and Complete Uud W Spring Styles, and Prices Lower than ever known. You will find by giving us a trial, that theso aro not mere words, but facts. We have bull-dozed the Jobbris, with cash, and a 1 1 1 glvo you the benefit. Attain, wo sny, Come nud examine our Stock, and with courteous' manners and polite attention wll. try tmd please you. In.conoluslon, will premise our best efforts to merit such favors a...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 4 May 1883

X.H &' ; hi I s VOLUME XVIIL PIERCE, BLDM & CO., -CAHUY BEST STYLES and LOWEST PRICES in ;Vvy Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, and Gaps, Etc. We nlso carry n Largo nud well selected Stock of IF vWhlcb will bo sold ns cheap s can bo bought of ny Arm in the county, i Givo us a call and price our goods before purchasing dsewlvoro. Pierce, Blum &Co., DF'ortocs, Missouri, k BIG CRASH ! FOR TOWELINO AT 1 1-2, 8 1.3, lO, 11 1-2, 12 and 14 cents nor yard, j ust received, latest novelties in T . A W 11 RTTNTTNfPrS i JJL X V V JL K-s SSiii -WE ARE Special Bargains -IN- Cheviots, Brown and Bleached Domestics. .Our Stock of Men's Youth's Boys' Children's Cloth ing, cannot bo excelled in Style, Quality anc Price " Call and see us, examine our stock and Prices and ho convinced. St. Joseph Co-Operative Store, GEOKG-E RAPP, Manager, Maitland, Mo. BUNGENSTOGK & PRICE Successors to R. W. Dawson & Co. 'Baring bought out tho Stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats and ...

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