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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 25 May 1883

llllltl.VL OtT TIIK DANE, nasntnowiiiD naowar.i.1. lllue (Inlf Ml a'rouii I us, IHuo aky overhead Mtuief all on the quarter, We mut bury the dead! ItlibtitnDtilliallor, Hugged of front nnd form; Aocmmon ton of the forecastle, (Irlztif 1 with sun aud storm. llti name, nnd tha strand ho hilled from, Wc know andthcro's nothing more t Hut pernspi tits mother ti waiting On tho lonely la. and of Fohr. Plllt, m ho Uv there dvlmr, KcdKon drifting awrcck, "'Tli my watch," ho would rtiiejr. "I muct go upon deck!" Ay, on deck by tho foreman: nut witch anil loo'outaro done; The Union-Jack Uld o'er him, How quiet he lies In tho run ! Slow the ponderous engine, Stay the hurrying shaft, l.o. the roll of the ocean Cradle our pi mi craft (lather around tho grating, firry your messmate aft ! r-lalid In order, and listen To the hollct pac of purer ' f.Dt every foat tie quiet, Kfcry hridbc bare The soft trale wind It lifting A. hundred locks of hair. Our captain readi ths servls?, (A little ipray on Il...

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. — 25 May 1883

THM DRItAH, All ttwYeswaMrnl. In the dream I dreamt to-ntglit Lore ctree, armed with maglo might ; Fret and (erer. doabt an i feir, Foes tbit haunt Ms kingdom here.t' MUeonceptlon, Tain regretting, BootteM-loagleg, cold foi getting, The dark shades of change and death, Ever hovering on hl path; Vanished form, or sound or eljht, In the dream I dreamt to-nlaht. Tlmo's strong hnd fell helpline down; Fateatooidascd without her frown; 81; suspicion, cold surprlso, Faded 'ocath the happy t-yes; And the voice 1 lore was speaking, And the amllo 1 lore was making Banshtne In the g i.don weather, When wo two slool clow together; For you .tclned In rojal riant, In tho dteata 1 tlroamt tonight. And 1 woke, and woko to tee A cold ttorld, baro and blank to inc. A world wi.ou stare and encor scarce hid Ion Told me that, at frull torbiddcn, Love and trust must ever pine In S3 sad a clssp i a mine ; All tco faint and frlle grown, For glftd I hut yoatU holds all his own ; Ah, bi'st to Wake, foigcttln...

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. — 25 May 1883

""'',1WHI-'H , - I t; . "4 COTJUTID CITY, 'MISSOURI, ZDe.si:re 1bo Call j&L.t"tn."fci033i to 8?3bLir Sziaxxxertse. Stock or . . i ti rrt -i n-T T i i CN 1 1.1 fi 1 "WT CiT. .HCImmm' Ginghams Cashmeres, Lawns, Bunting's, UTenaames. arasois, xrmiKs, vanses, .uaaies Dnoes, umiarens onoes, luens uues, jmioBw 3S. Fans Lace Curtains, Neck-wear, Cheviots, Dress Goods. Hats, Etc; Just received & crate of Meaken's Lustre Brand Shoes tueens ware ana va-iasswure. xn guuua ttu.iu.fctu iJuvvBSb -uiviug x-jl-iub. v-tui emu. dcc ua. CORSAUT & MEYER, MOUND CITY, MISSOURI. ' LITERARY STUD.Y. Sir Jack Falstaff. ltY KII1K I.f.lTlt. Since the days when the fct',nv era of Kplcurus mo! in the gor gcom garden glows of Allium, tLcro linvf not boon wanting thus,', who, without tlio pure Uilt'Ut and phll'inepti ic purpose of that Great Founder have not hesitated In avail (licinoivos of the unbridled IJceucs which thoy hav.o pie- tended to llnd in his doe! lined "Lnt, I drink, and In- merry," at a...

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. — 25 May 1883

'..it ,i; MSs:? 2 3 - 2.3 eg p. . C fc Hi CD I CQf a n.- - S. n . 2 r- .-t2 Fo an lb W " St.. S-5 wc Cs j n 0 o re STOP! THINK P Don't you know that ono of tlio best Hiid easiest ways to save jour hard earned wcivlth Is to buy whine you can got tho MUST GOODS for the Least Money Of courso you know it. Now then we claim with our knowledges of I ho wanta of the tnulu and our Individ ual attention, wo can and wilt givo you better goods for loss- money than vou can get them elsewhere. GOOD G OOBS arc cheap at a reasonable price, while cheap goods are expensive at ilny price. An examination of our goods and a knowledge of our pn ooh will convince you that we are tolling you only the plain truth. You nro rcspectlully invited to eall and test the truth of our roinurks OREGON, MO. Nick Stock, THE l'Ol'ULAU . Merchant Tailor OREGON: - - - MO. Offer to tho citizens of Oregon and Holt County, the finest lino of Piece Goods over brought to this county. They Will be Fashionably Cut, Accurately F...

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. — 25 May 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER DOItTNH t., I'uhltthff. Oregon mo TI1U UCIIOOl. IIOV'M SOI.ILOyili'. Trora the Crrlltun Chronicle. The follonlug found origin In the ftrtltl hralnot our liltth scliojl glr.s. It waa eti? gr stcd lij one ol the bojt ref tiling to take part In the lltimy exercises tho first ofthojear. It first appeared tn a nuiiuicrlLt paper con- ductid by the jdrls and read on thcio occa sions. Only after much pretsurc,aml a prone lie not rcreal tho name of tho author, Ulil we receive It for puilkailotii Tospeik. or not to spiak, that Is the qucs tlon ; Whether HU better In the boy to miter Tho grlua and gliiglca of outrageous schoel mater, Ur to tike up books and leave the school, And thui, by lenrlug, (scare them? To read; to f J enk Ko nsorc hii 1 by a speech to ray we tuil Tho scolding, and the tlousaiitl natur.il Ills That beyj nre heir to 'lis a toiuun.ni Ulon DeTOtilly to be wliked. I o renl; to speak To speak 1 ptrchaucc fornct )C there's the ruhj For In the speech of youth w...

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. — 25 May 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. 1MIBTINS A C rnhlUfcena. OREGON MO "hock op auk" a. oomhk;taky. Anon. "rUck of Ag, clcftfor me," Thoughtless j the m dden sung; Pell tli i words unconsciously From her girllth, g ofu, t jngue; Bang as lttle children sln$; 8ng a ting tin bhd tin June; Fell th j Wjrds tike bright leaves down On" iho Current of tha tuno : "Kocki.f Age, c tit lor me, Ltt J h di myself In iheo." "Let ras hlda mys jit In thee" Felt her tout no need tl bide; tjwoet tlii to g at ong cou d be And shd had uoih night lucldd; All tho ward! unlmdliigy Fill fro.u 11)1 uutouch d by care,. Dreaming not tliev eci n.litht ho On torn i o lur llpj a prayer "ltoek of Ag e, cleltf.rme, Lut lira hlil j mvse.f In tnec." "Rock of Agjs, c eft for mo" 'Twas a w man sung them now, riendluitly and pr.iycrfii ly: Every w rd utr heart did know; Iioo the roi) na storm tov-ed btnl IlcalAWith w.nry win tho nlr; Oer noti with sorrow rtlrrrd, Every syllable a pr .yrr "nock of Agec, clef c for me," L:t mo hld,s mr),f ...

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. — 25 May 1883

i ,MinnUng jwd complaining is the order ,( the ,(lay among roir termors Iluflncps very qulut on aceontU of tho lhu)mndnj.on.of iie eonutiy imJiijt busy timied . ,..,,iThe fito are ngainstyo Ushers ulo llmiUey :I!a hwome quite Important It'i n licvy. . . . . . Mis- I ante Hill wan In town on lYId-iy nvc uriHUiii, 1 ItLL I UU I I OP THE- FEATHESS nn.tholr farm J. MU'ttr xturtcd to nlng Mls hinuiii Cotticl! returned .Chicago on Friday with Iwu cum ii( Inline lat Friday owning Charlie ptock ijis.ftvji feeding Wo won-. Itcbout visiting hl many friends ,dcr That uncle Jlilly WINon illii with here.". ....Glad to mju yon back, Char-' ihls cow?,He suys shu h imported slock. He , ....Of euuro our town Is booming. ,Quijo nn Improvement in Ihu pntnfllee. - Wc havo rcferohee lo the painting of It. . . 1, ,iVi Usam that Uv. Luther Is de- ,uUncd longor than was expected on ae count of illness ot hi own family anil his father-in-law He v. Vntipln tilled his regular uppointtiioutA nt Craig 1'iMu Hog...

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. — 1 June 1883

t hi . ( (FARM SCLNC IN HOUr COUUTV. MlO rAsBak - V f . an i ... . tiii". VOLUME XIX. E. P. Hostetter makes tlio boss Ico cream Mid lemonade GIvo hlui a call. licet Gingham 10c at Mintoa & Burgess', Forest City. ' " Get your harness repaired at I). M Martin. Screen Doors. Screen Windows, Sere No oWlf e, ' Screen Door Springs, Hindis, Etc., sold cheap at T. L. Prlco's Hardware Store, Oregon, Mo. Mr. Win. A. Gaulden, St. Loul?, Mo., cays '."l usod Brown's Iron lilttors for vcrtLjro aud oniii in tlio head and lmvu-r been benefited." Subucribo fcr True Countv 1'apek, and die happy. It is a fact well nltostcu by agentsj wuo pel I tticin, ana uy lunncrs who ttic thom, that Wood's Mauhtncn Rcqiilro far lo8 Uepairs than any ether Mach ines in wo. No other Reaper or Mower' is as durable and free from breakers. Sshtmdt & Inghram arc agents. Heavy Shirtlnp 10c at Mluton & Hureees', Forest City. For Boots and Shoes go to II. Thoinari & Co., Crah;, Mo. Screen Doors, Screen Window...

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. — 1 June 1883

I' A It M Kit HH.HMKSON HOWKMY. WIU.CMltXTOK. Dtat VJrotfiT John, Wc cot here iafe,mjr worthy wife an'me. An' then I looked the village through, to ice what I could wet I rule upon the cur'us trick with stations Ml tipct.ilrt: I walked through V1I street all Its lengthen' taw noVulls or boars; I patronlcrt a mt-noil chap, with manners vcrj queer, Wko hadn't hail tliinir tocat fur Mmethtn' like a Tear; I air the road cotiiml'tloners to work upon a br'd ;e. A million times as big u that we built at Tom- kin's Ktdgc (I'm told thatthcy arc niaktti It, though m.iy- be that'snllfuti, To uo the coming ccnturj, in' hope to pet It done) When who should up an' crasp my hand, with (ace of genuine joy, But Coutin Jeroboam .Tnncs,my cousin's oldest boy! I had not seen him years an' years no woudcr ho looked strange; HU faco an' f Arm In some rc.i'cte had timtcr pono a change; llut then there wain't a chance of doubt that was blm, because, If not, how should be ever know that I vaa who I was! Wo ...

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. — 1 June 1883

Orr Coot'nonl. Orer the pallwt wpsl Little Tim, With roguish look Id his nrtsht black eyes; Me called to the children to come to him, And help him to catch the batteriliei Browned and bnrnt-d by tho summer's sun, " Under a hit or plilUd straw, tlopefnt, healthy and fall of fan VTm the cheerful fee I w. ,f I hear 1 the hum of tho honey bew, The ehlrn of grisslioppcru still and clear; The robins ringing ftmld tho trees; The clattering scythes In tho meadows new; The rrtitllog wind through tho applo boughs, Tho marmurlngieund ot tho hillside stream; The Unollng bells on tho distant cows, While I sat In a sweet day-dream. I fashioned a f utut e for my boy, A only a hopeful mother can ; My soul eoemod filled with a sense of Joy, I saw him grow to a goodly man; Tho prop and stay of my feeble frame, Tho pride and hope of my later days; He mounted IhJ splendid height of fame Men uttered his honest praise I To-day, whllo tho winter wind blow shrill Through Uio moaulng pines In the valo bo lo...

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. — 1 June 1883

. OOI3XJrX? lyCEITE OPERA HOTJSE; :m:otjxtid oztit- Missouri, IjBires to Oaull Af ten'ion to Tlxeiur Immense Stock of ginghams, Cashmeres, Lawns, Buntings, Grenadines, Parasols, Trunks, Valises, Ladies' Shoes, Children's Shoes, Men's Shoes, Mtese' Shoes, Fans, Lace Curtains, Neck-wear, Cheviots, .Dress Cioocls, Mats, iutc. dust received a crate 01 meaKens jjustre jarana Queensware and Glassware. All goods sold at the Lowest Living Price. Call and see us. CORSAUT & MEYER, MOUND CITY, MISSOURI SONSHIP OF CHRIST. The following is tin esny rend ')e!ore tliu lute ItaplNt Assoeiutbn ill Moitntl City. Missniit, I.v lr. ltlrtiai tlaiii : We air taught in the Senptitro, that two natures, divine mul liitiiiiin, lire united in Clnist; yet no intlmatuin Is given that there untitles uiv confound vil, or tluit eneh does not retain Its ills ,linet properties. Tho tllvlim nature with sill Its nit rllmtt-H anil lliu human nature with all its uttrllnite.s, were urn , ted, tormlng tlieOud-iiiun, '...

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. — 1 June 1883

Ir summing up tho mvh yenni1 ro cord of CoinintscoiuT Katun, it Khoulil be tatd that he lit tint only collected nearly a billion dollius lor the norcru- ment vrUhout tho Ib of n cent, diit that under Ids careful mid cuoiiomlcfl wannccracnl thu cost il collection was smaller thai it cror whs before tinder this or any other government. Civil service rttbriners can And plenty of food for redaction in Honcrul HutituV rocord, although oau ol his uhtt characteristics, of which he was never nih.iined, is hit -loyalty to his party and Ids adherence to the political machine. TKY- mintbn & mm FOR- BARGAINS ! POMES T CITY, MO. 1 Oca Day Will IhiyAn ORGAN ! Dwi Hiulffncth lias ooencd n lame .Mock ilf Pianos and Oiguin., which ho will nail at Ihfl lowest prices Minn Thorp, of St. Jon-culi, is in attendance at tho Music Kooiii, where she will en tertain vou. one mid all. Call I and see licr and cet terms and prices, llo- meniher the iilaee, I)KK llIiDGPETH'S. Maitlaud, Mo. A Valuable Addltiou...

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. — 1 June 1883

THE COUNTY PAPER. MOIt Y.H ,V 4!o., 1-itblWhrro. OREGON ABB ALL THE cmLDHEN DXt TticdATknno fall", the wlnit h hlti, tVo blntk cloud (III llic wrol-ri tkjr Tlicntorm will soon txwlii Tha tlrantlrra nar, the llxhlnlnir- flush, 1 bear I tit it nil round riiwlrui dash ArtalltlioclilldnMilnr They're mmtn-i mtUj to mj dido I Tlirtr form within my urtai t tilde No Mlir arms arr lure t The storm may nu with fury wll.l, Willi trutlng Mill f-acli little child Willi lauthcr fuUscciiio. lint future days arc drawing nmr They'll ko from this warm alivllvr lion Out 1 11 the urhl'ii lid tlln ) The rain will fall, the cold ulmli blow, I'll ill alono nn it lonit lo know I Art all the children In? Will lh?y have shelter then rrire. Wli-rthmrl. arc waltli KttruiiK a-ulmrr. And lovo Is tnic lion tr1-.l ? Or, will they II ml n broken rcul yWhen KtrenKth iifhciirt Miry m much iiiyd. Tuhilulhcnibrnva the thief (lod know It MM Ids n III U beM. I'll shield theni now and yield tho rest 1 liihltmo-4 r'uhli-oi...

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. — 1 June 1883

(i linn i.'.i.jLiuuiau. '.JMHtad 4tf v,1 0 THE COUNTY PAPER. BOHTIXN A ,, PablUher. OHEGON MO VDIOHS. cnaisToraus. Sitting rnnidn In the twilight, In the glomlog cslm end tttll, Sounds cmo steeling o'er my seniei With t .trenge m igoetlo thrill, Anil methoulit I heir J a choral, Softly swcllli g on tho ir, And the voice of lite lingers Bounded beautiful and rare. While I set like one enchanted Br eoine potent mjstlc spell, Listening In silent rapture To the Ule tbey had to tell, flwcttly roae the grand old antheci Which the Herld Angels tang; And the voice of tho singers With eeleatal etearncM rang. Then once more I learnt the lcMon, Which wae to tho shepherd tansht; Row good will and every bleating Onto man from Ood iras brought. How that Here;, and no .Judgment, Fslth In pUco of gloomr doubt; Thwo with ptaco shall hivo dominion AH eternity throughout. Next they bade me cease my musing O'er tho falling of the pMt; Hut rlto up, and twldly standing, Bravely struggle to tho lait. 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. — 1 June 1883

r- HONORED HEROES. .!fA' 1 nMftnrh'lA inUiftVrtthM) itf Mrtmurlal died in tho hoopit.il on bod of prtln be fore tlio ting wns tt'in with shot and shell: ou the hattlu-lleld, In thu lleieu, imuldriiing charge, on tho picket line I... .1... I..f.. ......... ..I. .... . II... I. ..I. ' ,,,, pfylnii voice was hoard X' Guard, Andrew Carr, John Inghram, D. Zirhmati, K.i nl tliirrlcr. The ch'ilt Hu n rendered an appropriate inif. when f Ct-v. Asllug pronounced the linuullc llon, the column ttusre-foruicd.sriil proceeded D.Zrlchman, D, Kunkcl, Jr., nmt W. It. Holt- matm, rentUrcd a beautiful sclectlun. selves. Tlio events which longest endure en rhu una mi-luuiei.s "i win-, uru iniwv which nnvo uccu I UIS SIM- I . f .1.., ...j fmiilllllKt'li III ,11,11, bind. Nrt flint rollnwcdttltu ft selection by the Minimi lily ut luiw billilant un m hiotcracnt mayli.ive Cornet Hand. CiHtimi'irterttiH then welcomed been. In the forum nr lu thd fleld l( It hasitot .... . i..,.. i. i . Iiunuillril mankind ...

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. — 8 June 1883

Ijru&IbJi r. I,. r Hi i-n-hu iu Hi Oil led St. me ier ft Is E. Icon wT n. r ,yns, Win Knticliinlh V-f ' I VOLUME XIX. , OREGON, MISSOUlI. FRIDAY. .TTTOK S. ISSft. TjnWill;. I hm Craig wU celebrate. Ellsworth Kygor spent last Sunday vregon. Wheat, tyo and oats nevor looked Miter than now. T. O. Dungan went to Leaven worth this week. Joe Blevias, of Fairfax, spent a few mays in or city, this week. Dr. C. L. Evans will take a trip to reawn, Missouri, next week. The froggerics In the bottom are well supplied with water and life. Remember tbo Chlldrons' Concert at the M. E. church, next Sunday ore Mr. John C. Vcss, of Omaha, was own last week, attending the funeral 1 His mother. Themas Cottier is makinc- valtia. ble Improvements to his farm opposite uis noma place. W. tt. nerahbergor, of St. Joscdu. was In tho city, this week, called horo jr tho lenous Illness of his father. Mrs. H. E. Howard left last Tues. lay morning en a visit to relatives in Odessa, Lafayette county, Missouri. G...

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. — 8 June 1883

V THE COUNTY PAPER. JIU11V1XH fc Co.. l'nlilLhrr.. OREGON MO TO-DAY. Don't 111 nirof to-moirowl If we look iiih.ii tlie at, How much tlmt n c have left to do Weramiutiloitt U"l. To-dy! It Is Hit only lime For nil on llita frill rarth! II I Mi en nn nno lo form a Itfe- A moment give It blrlu. Don't Id I rat of to morrow I aiv mo the man wlio'll , Whene'er n nocl deed' lo bcOont, Let' do tht deed lcnl) We may all command tlie pre'rnt, IfiifMl and never unit, Dul repriilnurv N ilir iitinutnm Of tlio mst Hint r u '..i.. AN EXt'UlXU RIDE. "When blasting whs dlseontluncd rl iho TVistar initio (on tlio tflntop Mattnlalii, Idaho,) tlie writer wits fur the llmo left in charge of tlio mill, containing tho engine, suitnpi, battery, etc. With tlio ex ception of l'rlnt Kherson, tlio "powder boy," nil tlio other workmen wero dis charged. l'rint remained to keep ine company. Tlio foreman mid chemist in charge of the amalgamating process nlso left. Hut it was nccowury thatsomu one should stay togui...

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. — 8 June 1883

4 H 9 6 u ic 10 ?1 2 TUB mrrAPER I10IITNH . labllhr. OK KG ON V moiir AMI WITHIN, .IAME3 Rl'S3B!.li LOWELL. ylf ,achman, In the moonlight there, olt through the sidelight of the door vifurlilm vrltti his britbrcn swear, At I couM di bat only more. I-'lattcnIng his note Against the pane, Ite envies mo my billliant lot, nreaUit'8 on his achlnr flsta In vain, And dojins mo to a place tnoro hot. Jte sees mo In to supper gn, A tllKon wonder by my side, Bare atms baro shoulders, and a rcAv Of flonuecs for tho door loo wide. ltd thinks Iiot happv It uiy arm Neath IU white-gloved and Jeweled loud, And wlclie mc some dreadful harm, Hearing tho merry corks explode. .Meanwhile I only curso tho boro Of hunting still tho samo old coon; And envy Mm nutsldo tho dosr, In goMtn quiets of the nnon. Tho winter wind Is not so cold Ay the bright smile lid sees rnc win, Sot the host' oldest nine so old At our po r gabole sour ami thin. t enry him the unejrvrd prauce l(y which his freezing feet ha warms. ...

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. — 8 June 1883

OOsiiresi to Call Atten'ion fco Tlxoi Exarrxerxse Stock o (umgiuuub, yu-Biimeres, jawns, huntings, urenacunes, Parasols, Trunks, Valises, Ladies Shoes, Children's Shoes, Men's Shoes, Jhw' r y-v -4 ' I " ."yywJ ? -v" viuuttmo, xicwv-wcai, wj(i)t;yxui.K3, jjicss uuuus, ntiis, jiil'j. dust received a crate oi ivieaKens Liustre 5rancl ' ' ' ' 1 ' " www w w V ISU VA UK U w VJL ATAULUUAJ Queensware and Glassware. All goods sold at the Lowest Living Price. Call and see us. CORSAUT & MEYER, MOUND CITY, MISSOURI. i in: COUNT Y II V J. 1. IlOltYNS V Olll'.tniX, MO. PAPER CO., Tortus of Subscription t TWO HOLLA USA YJUltlXADVAXCK. Fill DAY, JUNE 8, X 383 xicwsiwvnu T.A.AV. 1. HiiWrlWr who iIii vol uli emren no. tlcp to the nmtrarv, nnM'iiii'Mt'ri'il n lhlng to rotitlmir tliclr suliv-rlpllnu, 2. If nibv-rtner-i wlili their paper dlscontlii nod, imlillshcri may enllnne to solid tlii'in un til nil liaruei nro paid. 3. It KuWrllicrx ni'sloct or refuse tn take their p.lpors from llio uflleit nr...

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. — 8 June 1883

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