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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 July 1875

t M-rv rOTJTI ES PONDEXT: All i..:iinii"ii lor una paper miuujh accoiiii-iiK-'lby the name of the author; notnec-c-i- inlv for publication, but as evidence of goon faith oli the part of the writer. Write only on All " .:iniiis :itio:.-- for this paper should be !. of the naner. lie narticularly caret in, mi -iviii name aixl Wales, to have all letters or lUures plain am! (iir-tmct. , A PHYSICIAN'S FATAL DOSE. How Ir. IVck Swallowed Aconite 1 Mistake Kcim.rUn.ilc Coolness in tlie Presence of IH-atli An Action on a A'ote for 10,000 Hint He Slgnril Willie Iyili;. From the New York.snn. Pouchkkki-sie, N Y.. June ID. A ease caiue un for trial m the circuit umu in this cirv to-day. before Judge Tappen. the i detail- of which are very remarKatne in showing the calmness and coolness of mind of a prominent Dutchess County physician, who had taken a dose of aconite through m.stak, and who died in n little over two hours afterwards. retaining his ; to tlie last. It was tlie case 01 , the jury. ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 July 1875

3it(lrew ((o. tynblujm. YKRMS: ? 50 per ycar in ndwaxice. rwr.xrr :;i:sts additional (for jmtngc,) to .-nWIHKKU lt:T or TUT. V OVNTV. Terms of Advertising. One Palhir jii-r mju:uv tor llrt jnsttntii.n, ! Filly -nt l'.iri-cicli Mili-rijurnt in-i-rt-ioii : i ni" vjumiv. twelve line- ii!i:m-il type, or fine ilH'll liw:i til" column. A'liuiiii-tr.itor - N'..nee - &" M I'iicil Settlement Notice "i HI) st my Notice X 00 one I )ievl:tr for e:ieh :nl'lirKvi:il aiiisux, l.ieiil- ten cent- ier line titt nwrliviy Jive -cent- jic r line i'or each .-ulM-ituutl iisnr.ert.ion. When -i MiliMrilicrs ticce eVMl-re. wu wEH j'lice a X heloro hU naliie. to tiotiiy him of tin 1'ict TllrV YV.illlil rililiiri'QS-. wheii tlu-V tr tin iin.ir!;. iftllev would iviiew. or at once int-.irm lis that they w:.-h l!ie i:icr-liM-iiuiimii-l. FUlD.YY .AIOUXlNi;. .HJLY'J, IST.'i. Over twenty persons were injured in' the bii;" .-tonu in Gentry oountv 'last Thursday night, ami a I amount of Mock killed. irge It is cla...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 July 1875

For the Republican. Tho Equilibrium of Nature. En. Reithlican : The farmers of this part of the country nre passing through an ordeal that will be very apt to teach them a lesson that will be of vulue for ages. The locusts have eat up all our crops, destroyed our mead ows and pastures until they have to be re-seeded. We have some of us plan ted our corn the third time ; tho season has been one of the most lavorable that we have ever experienced, tho soil has been m the best possible condition, and we might even now raise enough corn late growing vegetables to carry us through to another season, was it not for the tribes of various insects that prey on our vegetation. The chinch bugs arc spreading over our lields of young and tender corn, and destroying it by the wholesale. The canker worm is cutting, or have eaten, the leaves olF our apple trees: the iarv;e of the cod ling moth are destroying what few ap ples the grasshoppers have IcJt; tho ap ple tree borers are girdling our trees ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 July 1875

A Young Girl. KHif gentle grace of early years, And guiltlessness of maidenhood, What timid charm thy beauty wears, Kre yet the rose has tinged the hud , lire yet the warmth within tiie heart Is kindled into light and llame, Since Lvc and Love's impassioned art r- -till unknown in all but name. T: .: ipl d cheek unstained by tear; 1. ;.n;ive glance, the downcast eye, Uncertain if it hoies or f pars It know, not what, halt' pert, half shy ; TIk- wayward smile which curves Uie lip, As yet not ripe for lover's kiss. Thy myriad fairy thought.-, which flip Through maiden dreams of future bliss; Thr liiou-an-l lurking loves which lie Asleep beneath each silken tresa. Who, when they wakp, shall instant tly, And wound iu very wantonness; The charm which rest as yet concealed Ilehind the veil of maidenhood; The fancies which, but half revealed, Give color to the pensive mood ; When time is full and years are ripe, And Nature's wonder-work is done, Miall yield a woman, archetype, WNi must be ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 July 1875

expenditure of money- M I'..;:- i.r i (A,;i J J. I sa ed here and t!ier ", nt the end of the w-ar. r.u Tiiirci i Wiil sa- ' DOMESTIC ECONOMY. ' Tub Pittsburgh (Pa.) Zwtfer says: "The ; firm of Geo. P. ltowell & Go. is the largest ,. ,, , , , : and best Advertising Agency in the United Molassks bl'OXGE ( AKK. lake 1 flip states, nnd we can cheerfully recommend it molase;;, 1 spoonful melted butter. 2 err.s ! to the attention of those who desire to ad- beaten very Lght, cup sweet milk, 1 tea-1 ?ertif.e business scientifically and sys- j , , n 4 ' , "ltL ' tcmatically m such a way: that is, to secure pooultil ertam tartar, h tea.poor.ful .-oda ; the largest amount of publicity for the least u cans Hour, a little finger. Foi: ( j.KAXiNf, Cnri:TS. To 1 g:i!!"t; t water add 2 tubiespoonfuls of -iri;.- ot hartshorn. Wring out canton llauuel cloth:? in this mixtnie. and rub tlie earpe-t with the diunp cioth. .See that th- cioth is not too wet, :unl dry rhe earper oil with a dry cloth. P...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 July 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. Croquet sets at Cooper & Greenlee's A Fourth of July Bull is announced, io come oft at Haydy's Hall,in this place, on this Friday evening, which we doubt not will be well attended and enjoyed by our younger folks. S. 15. Saxhorn has Organs to sell o monthly payments or trade ior horses ; will give a warrantee by the company :or o vears. - w The Teachers and Scholars of the cixth Street M E. Church Sabbath School, are preparing to give a public concert 03 Sunday evening, July 11th. lo which the public are repectlully invi tee. , Crops destroyed! blimey hard to. get- and John J. Miller has reduced the prices of his mammoth stock of Cloth ing to suit this state ol'ail'airs. Call and be convinced. John Miller, shoemaker, a worthy and industrious citizen, and for several years past a resident of Savannah, has made arrangements to remove to Grant City, where he will continue to follow his trade. Success to him. Elder Z. S. Wcller will preach in the Sixth Street M. E. ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 9 July 1875

0 0 O T j- The Andrew Republican. F. M. TAYLOR, I Editor and Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1875. V01- IV. F 38. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. A Jvcrtixrvicnts in this column, Jifty cents per line for one ye at , including the general head. Those vho advertise in this column arereliable and tiraiohtforward in their respective callings. ATTORNEYS. WW. CALDWELL, attoroey-at-law and e Notiirv Public. Pays special attention o collecting, convcvancing and investigating GT. BRYAN, attorney at law, will practice . in all the courts of Northwest Missouri. Fpecial attention given to business in the county and probate courts. Office over Farmers' BBnk. 27 Greent.ee a counsellors at KING. Attorneys and law. Particular attention ir run nr.- pmnnt. iimr.e on int fioum sine of tho square, in new Bank Building. 23 JOHN It. MAJORS J attorney-at-law. Will transact all business entrusted to hira promptly and carefully. Can be found at his otlic, up stairs, two doors casi of the Post Of fice, Savan...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 9 July 1875

SAVANNAH, M1SS0UIM. Thk great international shooting eon test bet ween the Amcrnun and Irish vine teams came oil at Dolly mount, near Pub- lin, on the 2!)th. The Americans Wiethe winners, the score being as follows: $00 J yards range American-, ' Irish, ilSS; 900 yards ranr Americans. 3:27: Iri-h. I W - 1 000 vard- range Americans, 3015 : Iri-h. 2911. At 'lea-f 30.00U people wit ne-sed the match, am excitement prevailed. the greatest The erowd . - . ... ... ... i f. l..k,rti,i. "rirktrtll until order was restored. A grand ban- ( quet in lienor of the Americans was , given after the match by the Lord Mayor , of Dublin at the i:nii..:i Hou-e. The j Irisii rillemen admitted the superiority of thftAinericjins throughout the match, and acknowledged that their victory was fairly won. The American team used breech-loaders; the Irish team all used Ikigbv's muzzle-loaders. A tkukiulk storm occurred at Breda, in Hungary, on the 29th nit. The hail fell in such' quantities that the roofs of hou...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 9 July 1875

TO COT21?lST013H:TS. All CO'.illllllliic.ltiniiK for this n.mor plioilld be accoinjuiini-a by the naniL of the author; not ncc- Casaruv ior ii(uicaui, tail a eviueiico oi roou faith oh the part of the writer. AVrito only on one Mile or the ! ...v.. ...... . no. paper He particularly careful, niesan.l ates, to have all letters ok an.l distinct. in jjivihk names Ilures plain si - : MISSOURI STATE NEWS. TIIECOASTITITIOA'ALCOXVIJATIOIV. June 26. Consideration of the report of lio PnmmittAn rn -Inrlififll DpilMrtnifilltS Was COll- I - - inned. and the whole disi)0?cu of. , - Bj T,r 00 Tl.,. Mtmft f t 10 rnmnn on ah Legislative Department was taken up and sections adopted.... A memorial was presented un Duuaii m irruuii uiucuc nu ium uiu v,um- SilittoM prcrihed bv -t of Marh, ! asking that said amount of commutation bo paid ilSlSd "SS in tec on Judiciary Juke 29. The report of the Committee on Legislative Department was further considered and several sections disposed of. Jukb 30. A conti...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 9 July 1875

TERMS: $1 50 per year, in advance. TWENTY CENTS ADDITIONAL (for JtOStage) TO otinSCRinEKS OUT OP TH1 COUJCTY. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per square lor first insertion, and Fifty Outs for fiich subsequent insertion : One .quaro, twelve lines nonpareil typo, or one ine.h flown the column. Administrator's Notice, S3 00 Final Settlement Notice 3 00 Strav Notice S 00 one Uollarforeach additional animal. Locals t-u cents per line first insertion five cents per line for each subsequent insertion. When a subscribers time expires, we will place a X before bis name, to notiiy him of the fact. Tbev would oblige us, when they see. the mark, if tliey would renew, or at once inform us that they wish the paper dibeontinucd. FKIDAY .MORNING, .lUKVO, 1?". United States troops arc concen trating along the Mexican border.and a man-of-war has been ordered to the mouth of the Rio Grande. Hostilities seem imminent. Nine gentlemen of New York met at an entertainment last week, who hold and represen...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 9 July 1875

Indian Supplies. From the N. Y. Witness. Last week Geueral Clinton B. Fiek, Chairman of the Board of Indian Commissioners, invited a number of editors to examine, at the stores, No. 82 White street, the method of pur chasing, receiving, inspecting, and forwarding supplies for tl.e Indians. Trro flats of the very spacious stores in question were full of poods, pack ed and addressed to the different In dian agencies in the States and Terri tories of the Union. The supplies for each tribe were piled separately, readv (o go off to-day to their differ ent destinations in Nebraska, Dako ta, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Indian Territory, etc., etc. The mode of procuring these sup plies were explained as follows: Dur ing the winter the Indian Bureau at Washington ascertains what is want ed for each agency for the coming year, and sends the orders to the Board in New York. All the goods of one kind wanted lor all the agen cies make one line of the invitation for tenders, and all the goods c?f a s...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 9 July 1875

Bloodless Victories. Let others write of battles fought On bloody, ghastly fields, Whence honor greets the man who wins, And death the man who yields ; Iiut I will write of him who fights And vanquishes his sins, Who struggles on through weary years Against himself, and wins. I.' -re is a hero staunch and brave, '.v:k lights an unseen foe, And imt :tt last beneath his feet His passions baso and low, And stands erect in manhood's might, Undaunted, undismayed The bravest man that drew a sword In foray or in raid. It calls for something more than brawn Or muscle to o'creome An enemy who nmreheth not With banner, plume and drum A foe forever lurking nigh, With silent, stealthy tread, Forever near your board to-day, At night bi side your bed. All honor then to that brave heart, Though poor or rich lie be, Who struggles with his baser part Who conquers, and is free. He may not wear a hero's crown, Or fill a hero's grave ; Hut truth will place his name among The bravest of the brave. A PER...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 9 July 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY Charcoal placed in a saucer and mois tened with boiling water, in a few days gathers its own weight in impure air. Use a dozen pieces the size ol a hazel-nut and change every G days. Seasoning. To ; quarts of soup add 1 teaspoonfal of salt and 1 of sugar, or milk, cream, or condensed milk, or 1 spoonful of powdered sage or the same of thyme. Instead of the wheat-meal, crumbs of bread may be added, say 1 pint to the ;5 quarts of soup, letting it boil more or iess according to the hardness orsoltness of the bread. Do not get ir thick and mush like. These seasonings are not all of them wholesome, but they are much le.- un wholesome: than butter or pork-fat. COCOAXUT AND AlTI.E-PUDDlXG. SeiLCt large, rich, tart apples, such as are easily cooked, greenings or Newtown pippins, if possible, pare and grate them on a coarse rrater; then add 1 nart dessieuted cocoanut to t parts grated apple, or 1 part of fresh grated coeoanut to 3 parts apple, and add the requisite amount of...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 9 July 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. Croquet sets at Cooper & Greenlee's m The semi-annual financial exhibit of iha rendition of The Farmers Bank of Andrew county will be found in anoth er place, and shows that institution to be in a flourishing condition. Sloan M. Young, deputy sheriff, has in his possession a lady's parasol, found rn the 4th inst.. at tho celebration "rounds. The owner can get it by call- ing on him. For first-class job work of all kinds eall at the Republican oflico. The Nodaway Circuit Court commen ces at Maryville on Monday next. Hen ry Cramer, confined in our jail for about four mouths past, and under in dictment for assault to kill in that countv in March last, will be taken up that day for trial. Also three women charged with keeping a bawdy house in that place, will bo taken up for trial. GRASsnorrEus are thick, and tho peo ple naturally feel very uneasy about them, but thoy aro not numerous enough to stop the excitement about the new stock of Dry Goods and Groceries, At l...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 16 July 1875

I G o XJ"N T mi T3! w w h a & oar v.. ri -yft&r MS M ft fcl 1 .1 . 31. TAYLOS, t itor aul Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO. FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1875. ym. IV. 2? To. A rew JL UXj DIRECTORY. ; .',()' "' rents per I'm ,. 'i. i-, : i . , .j tii ml hi ad. Tlioti . ,,!tlti! I'r'it.'w'ileaiii! , ' ff,:r--i i ii ''nil i---fi'.'i' calhv-j. ATTOUNKVS. T . I U.I'V. KJ.L, .itioim-v-at-l.-.w ami t V . NuTiirv i':-;'ie. Pay- Srti'tial attention O .tir.sr, ejuve.a.ie'iig and invest igi-.Aig . ' 'i tf 1 i . littY IN. at'owy :tt law. will praiiiec 3 3 ! il! the court- f X uthwent Missouri. .M-nli:i -n :i ;-.b,.i-iMe.-s in the county u ' ifiii..u: court. Oiliee o7cr Farmi i- i; . ( ''K VI.KK .Z KiT'G. Attorney :i!d X ' ;,i Particular attention ; .-..l!cvti' -.. diee on :be south side l 'c ii in a w !.;:i:k I!u:Mu:u. Ti'IIN I;. MAJ!.', 'norn-v-at-l:iw. Will -. i . i all :iiii!L.s -nrrn-io-i to him i u;. !y .:r.t . ar fnily. an 1 1- laiul .it li '.-i . jil T v.n;1"i.ir-- -ai yfllu I'ort t- -x, v:u.i!,n:th....

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 16 July 1875

MISSOURI, SAVANNAH, CURRENT TOPICS. A rsitAND festival was given by the I American- in London, at the Crystal Palace, on the night of the 5th, in honor ' of our national anniversary. Minister ! Schenck presided. Several members of j Parliament were present. I Thk Carli.-ts in Spain claim to have re cently rained several important advant ages over the troops of Don Alfonso, and Oik Linn a i,v uv,ttti luiKiiivv vy tn.n v i v. o , . , -, i i) has been decided upon. Per contra, the , , ' . . ' legs, and nothing but hopeless defeat awaits the remnant of its armies Thk new live-cent postage-stamp to for eign countries has been issued. This stamp, which is printed in blue and bears the likeness of President Zacli. Taylor, has been made to meet the provisions of the law recently passed relating to for eign letter postage. The letter rate is now live cents per half-ounce to Great Britain and Ireland, and also to all Euro pean countries, no matter by what line ol steamers or to what point of ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 16 July 1875

i nrimi County ScpuMican SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. WONDERS OF ELECTRCIITY. Mr. 3:Iison"rt Kenmrknble IHcoverics Four .lU'Ssnpcs Transmitted Simul taneously Over a Single Wire. From the New York Sun. For marly ten years Mr. Thomas A. Edison, of Newark. N. J., has applied himself to the invention of telegraphic systems and instruments. Last year hn perfected what I known as the American automatic system, which is in use on the lines of the Atlantic and Pacific telegraph Company discovery This system is based upon his hat the rapidity with which electric waves can be transmitted over New 1 ork lias no etlect upon litem, mil telegraphic circuits is practically infinite, j the current acts upon the ordinary mag and'that telegrams am be transmitted at j nets in Washington and a signal i trans great speed if suitable apparatus can be ' mitted ; if the direction of the current is devised to transmit, record, and overcome revel sed in New York the other magnet certain interfering phenomena which a...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 16 July 1875

-ir:..,-v .i:wit.".i. i-r --t.i;-r-.- to Terms of Advertising. tro Ho!!r.r jipr'iuan-!r lhv in-.rli:n. aatl Cvnl- as'Ii -11 ;- nt iu--rl: : .. .iiuk'. t. 'iru- n nj..r-il r', ei w :i in.-. u !.::uu. .V '.;:!':-:'r ;!!" .V:i- P.t it ,:nf hidii't- 3 M srr::v No'lr- a m iiKl J,.i' ir ler i-.kIi aa-ut.otia nitruJi. Ij':ti e-n .-i-iil:- jn-riii!'- tir-i !:.sTt'n IsVt' cent- i-t-r Ihu:r en-h alts-iunt tiei. 'i :i Milit-iiiH'r tiui' ctm-, v. - v.il! jj.n-.- A .1. iii - MPJ". ' Kf.ilV 1 im ".' ;V art. Ti t-v wi4li -3'iii;- u, win-u lin y U'" U-it k. hriiv .i ..u:..ljuit at "i:iv ntlonu US that th.-vV.'' 1 Ihf p-juT !:.- .Ulhui. il. A dispatch dated Indianapolis..! uly 1st, says that Robert Dale Owen, t he distinguished seiont'st and Spiritual ist, ha-- br-comt insane, and was yes terday taken to h's home in Xcw Ilariuouv. u oh.,.r. "e oi Ills -on. COUXTV RAILROAD liOXDS. The Lexington Ca; -a-'-ian say?: "For omc time efforts have been made to carry out the next business ol" the court, which...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 16 July 1875

.ittm i,imuuw.i,"i it. Bishop Marvin Time's Changes and How the Biskco Met Them. The cirnun.-'tai.'ee.s which follow and iit-i! ate r-l:jO(' hy an '-yn witness in tin; Fulton 'i 'icjrr.u.h, will he read with i i:: isuiv by 'lw: tuit-i f friends of the .;isho in iiih pari eftke .State, for r.o . ;:-.!! within die bmi'ifls of his ehmvh ;:'.m ?.l:,x,n and U5rin line lo Central America. from the Atlantic to tlie Pacific ' in, l.-.ts o')t:i.icl so entirely the . . ins oi'h'' iit- j'iy, a IJihop .Marvin, 'fid.-iisi;ii:ruHi;d divine preaehed h v.-: .season n St. ''harh-s. Al that time hi was a very deferent preacher, so '!'.!. .so I', at iiiifc th' sen ices were -. r Le stood mid ;.v..itin; an invi '. tioii to p an i iiiie witii sme of the ' ; ruber.-, '.'U r.o ui.o e.xteifclod their sjiUaiity at:d there he. remained til! j l:it. pi tmiii left, except the oM eol- i! Se.ti-n, who had silently noticed situation, extended a cordial invita :on t.j Mm. wh'ch, li.c then youthful 'ii;iiier very c...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 16 July 1875

The Quarrelers. Oyinbelinc the Kins and his Queen Went with a lordly train to ride, To see the land in its summer pride, And what besides there was to be seen. Prancing: along with laugh and song, They found a quarrel of man and wife; And these, when asked of the cause of strife, Eac. the other cast lite wrong. Each ! .- tid, ' ' That 1 over wed Wed with a creature so froward ami ill!" Spake the King with a right good will, " Let them both to the castle be led!" That same night, when lamps were bright Over the lord.- ami ladies there, Cymbeline said witli his kingly air, Kring the two wo found at light!" Mute with shame the culprits came; Ami each was set to stand alone Out before the royal throne, While Cymbeline spoke to both by name. Saying "As wide as side from side Of the heaven above us 1 set you twain; Each is free to marry again Choose from the court a bridegroom and bride." Each in guise a blank surprise Looked nround on the circle there, Lords so line and ladies so fair En...

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