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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 16 July 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. To stop new boots squeaking, drive a per, in the middle of the sole. A glue whieh will resist the action of , and by tbc Presidents ot some of the leading Wii.hoft's Fevek and Ague Tonic. Tbis medicine is used by construction com panies for tbe benefit of their employes when engaged in malarial districts. The highest testimonials have been given uy contractors wiriT nndi hv hoilimrl iinnnri of "liie railroads in the bourn anil west. nen water i nuut oj ioim. l pounu 01 0u. mpn are congrcgatedin iarge numbers In the in 2 quarts of skimmed milk. neighborhood of swamps and rivers, Wil- . Care of Kmvks. Do not .permit case hoft's Tonic will prove a valuable addition ,..,,, , t i.,r.T. ! to tlic stock of medicines, and will amply re- ' knile blades or iorks to stand in hot water. . ward the ccmpany in the saving of time, It expands the steel and cracks the j labor and money. We recommend it to alL j handles. Ivory handles should never be ! Wueelock, Fixlay & Co., Pr...

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. — 16 July 1875

fUttdrcw o. jRwuhtinm. LOCAL BREVITIES. Ckoquet sets at Cooper & Greenlee's -o J,Ir. Edward liussell, Mayor ol this city, we learn has been confined to his bed for some time with sickness. Noth ing serious is apprehended. llev. J. W. Caughiin, ol Maryville, ilo., an eminent writer and debater, author of "Keign of Law," &c, will preach in the Sixth Street M. E. Church. Sunday next, morning and evening. We cant say we are just exactly sat isfied with the way Stiles & Hardy do their advertising. They don't advertise juuch in the papers, and yet they are selling a- heap ol goods, and candor forces us to admit they have a line store. The Bases lialibts ul this city, we learn, arc going to St. Joseph to-morrow, (Saturday,) to contend for the Champion Wat, with the 'Pastimes' We hope they may bring the bat back with them. A lot of new Turnip Seed at Cooi'EU fz Gkhexlee's. Wc learn that about throe weeks ago the Small 1'ox made its appearance in the neighboring village of Amazon...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 23 July 1875

0 0 TIN T t' m HZ G. -V izg&jSg' T. SI. TAYLOR, I Editor and Publisher. 5 SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1875. i .T-a i . . r .- '-'1 SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Advertisements ir. tins, tohrrtn, .fifty cents per live Joronrjv.it. utrludiuu tin ycn'mil head. Thov who aiU'i-rthr i.t thH column are reliable and straight farirnrtl i n tbrir t , rtt ve callhttj-i. ATTORN K VS. WW. CAI.UWKI.I,, aUiiniey-:it-lnv :mil . o!:ir I'iii'lii- l':i-s-jfri:il a'tentioii o rolleciiiifr, "coin LNanfinic ami investigating itk-x. " -'t T. I'.K V AN, atI.lT.-y :il law, will inattie.e in ail the n!i of Nor;hve-t Mioiiri. Special atli-iili' n irheii tolm-hic.-- in the county ait'l iirohute court. Otliuu over Fanner.-,"' Hank. -27 (1 llKKM.KK & KIXC. Attorneys ami X roim-ellov- at Particular atfenlion j;i'-n to colli clloi.s. tMiice on the south .-nk of th" square, in :ii vv !!.mk Iiiilli:n;. 2: JOHN' It. M Ji:-, :i!torney-af-!uv. Will transact a!! '..-iiie.-.- ciitru-tcil to him promptly and can-nilty. ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 23 July 1875

MISSOURI. CURRENT TOPICS. Thk I'-f-ollice Department ha.- decided upon .-ending a daily last mail train from Nei Y crk to Chicago over the New York Central and Hudson River and Lake Shore liailro.su. making hut six stops, viz., Al bany. Rochester, Bullalo, Cleveland. To ledo, and Ciiieagu, where it will drop and take on maii.-. It is expected the trip can be made in ten hours l-ss time than at present. A letter from Navigator's Island says that th- natives have adopted a Constitu tion, framed by the American. Col. Stein berger, who has been chosen Prime Minis ter tor in.-, i lie monarch is elective Kir a j term ? lour year?, the representatives ol the two old families of Kings, Malieola audjTopua, to alternate in oflice. A Rep resentative of the former family has been elected lirst King. The San Francisco Chroyiicle alleges that whisky frauds prevail in California to a greater extent than in any other section of the country. It says there is not a single distillery on the Pacific co...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 23 July 1875

MISSOURI. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. TIIE COXSTiTDTIOXAIi CONVEIVTIOIV. July 12. The report of the Committee on Revenue and Taxation was taken up and several sections disposed of. July 1C The report of the Committee on Revenue ami Taxation was further considered The majority report of the Committee on Ex ecutive and Ministerial officers was read and or dered printvd. A minority report was pre sented by Jlr. Kay. July 14. The whole session was occupied in discussing the questions of revenue and taxa tion A resolution was passed unanimously, exculpating President Johnson from the imputa tions made by a Globe-Democrat correspondent in reference to his action on the IJIair memorial resolutions. July lf. Ftirther consideration of the re port of the Committee on Revenue and Taxa tion. July 16. Several sections of the Revenue and Taxation report were adopted, among them one declaring that State tax on property, exclu sive of that necessary to pay the railroad indebt edness, thall not exceed twen...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 23 July 1875

Jrlndiew (o. tcinibliCiUi. TERMS: $L ;"0 per year, in advance. TW'KN'TV CUNTS AIID11 W-U. (tor postage) TO .-CK-f.-KIP.KIi-i OCT or TI1K ( r.CNiV. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per square iir lir-t iur-ertinn, ami Fifty (Vni.- for each subsequent insertion: iiiii- -piare, twelve lines nonpareil tpe, or one inch down the column. Admiui-trator"-' Notice $:! 00 1'ilial cttSement Not ire V, 0'i ?r:tv .Notice 00 one Dollar lor each :uiiiti"U:il animal. Local.- ten cents per Hue !ir-t nwriion live cent- per line lor each -un-enuent insertion. When a -tiiiM-ribcrs time c.vpiic.-. we will place a betorc hi.- name, to no'.ny nun ot Hie I'.lct. Thev would oblitlc Ha, hell ll.ev .-ee the mark, if they would renew, or at once inform us that t!:ev wi-h the paper discontinued. F1MI)AY MORNING, .J I'LY J, 3 -7."). THE ST. LOUIS PAIR AKD THE CENTENNIAL. "We have received from G. O.lvalb, Secretary of the St. Louis Agrii-ul- ural and Mechanical Association, a opy of the L'remium List for lS7o, wi...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 23 July 1875

Why the President and the Cabin et Didn't Go. Neither the President nor his Cabinet were present at the Bunker J 1 21 1 Cen tennial Celebration. The New York Herald jjives the following1 reasons thereof: Our Long Branch correspondent in formed us recently that the President had resolved not. to attend the celebra tion at Blinker Hill, and that the Cabin et ha 1 arrived at the aine conclusion. The information is confirmed by the fact that neither the President nor any of his Cabinet were in attendance at the cele bration. The reason lor this action on the part of the President, is that he re sents the discus-ion which has taken jdace as to the bills incurred by himself and his party when they visited the cel ebration of the bat'le of Lexington. The President felt that the discu.-.-ion on the part of the loeal authorities of New England was an oflense of the gravest character.the insult of a host to a guest. The President visited New England at the invitation ol the authorities. His p...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 23 July 1875

Thoughts on the Commandments. ' Love your neighbor as yourself" So the parson preached ; That's one-half the decalogue So the prayer-book teaches. Half my duty I can do With but little labor; "or with all my heart and soul : lo love my neighbor. Mighty little credit, that, To my self-denial; Not to love her, though, miglS. be Something of a trial. Why, the rosy light that peeps Through the glass above her Lingers round her lips; you see E'en the sunbeams love her. o, to make my merit more, I'll go beyond the letter; Love my neighbor as myself ': Yes, and ten times better. ' Fqr she's sweeter than the breath Of the spring that passes Through the fragrant, budding woods, O'er the meadow grasses. And I've preached the word, I know, For it was my duty To convert the stubborn heart Of the little beauty. Once again success has crowned Missionary labor, For her sweet eyes own that she Also loves her neighbor. TWO SIDES TO A BUREAU. BY KAKKIKT I'KKSCOTT Sl'OKFOKI). ONK smr.. When I turned r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 23 July 1875

a DOMESTIC ECONOMY Light Tka Cakks. 1 pound ol sugar, J pound of butter, $ of a pound of lard mixed together. Yelks of 7 eggs. Beat yelks of eggs, sugar, butter and lard thor- ougmy together, then auu whites ot eggs (which have previously been whisked to a miu iroui; ;um uour enouirn in iuicm-.i. 1M. ...1,1 i ... . C..1 ,. Then add an even teaspoonful of amnio nia, mixing it well through the dough. Koll out thin and bake in a quick oven. Fried Cokx. Take or.e dozen ears of cold boile.i corn and grate them line, sea son with salt. Iireak f eggs, separating the yelk f-om the whites and beating them Thoroughly. 3Mx thm with the grated -on-, add 1 gill of milk or cream, beat well together and pour into an ome let pan or a hot spider, with some boiling butter. Fry till a light brown, turn over and serve. Bkkakfast Muffins. At night, take 1 pint of new milk, 1 egg, three table-spoonful-; of yeast, 1 large spoonful of butter, and Hour enough to make a stiff bat tor. l)t at them together ve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 23 July 1875

Andrew ($o. eublicniu LOCAL BREVITIES. Ckoquet sets at Cooper & Greenlee's You can yet your dinner at Shedrick's for a quarter ot a dollar. A lot of new Turnip Seed at Cooi-ek & Gkeexlee's. Tor, first-class job work of all kinds eall at the Rei'ui;lican office. A game of base-ball between the Stars and Hardy's Hall nine was played Tuesday evening. The Stars came out several tallies ahead. Crops destroyed! Money hard to get! and John J. Miller has reduced the prices of his mammoth stock of Cloth ing to suit this state of affairs. Call and be convinced. By an ordinance published in another column, it will be seen that the practice of ball catching in our public streets has been forbidden by our city fathers. Look out now, boys. We can't say we are just exactly sat isfied with the way Stiles & Hardy do their advertising. They don't advertise much in the papers, and yet they are selling a heap ot goods, and candor forces us to admit they have a fine store. If your hair is co...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 30 July 1875

mrmiu ...... i mtir uumc c 0 tl N T j- F. 21. TAYLOR, Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JULY HO, 1875. Y"'" IY. N- 41. The hi SAVANNAH DIP.ECTORT. Ailer'tfi'mmts in thi column, fifl'i cents p-r line j, e iirs.i . i lu !:! l'" 'i'cr:l h-:'. Thosr " c; ' ,t,f in .V'f toli-nn rre re.'i iu'c int! v i ihtf-firfi-1 ',i ..'. ir rr-'ici live rnili'igt. ATTORNEYS. T W. CALDWKLL, attorney-::t-l:nv siwl V Nohiry Public. Pay special attention iltfi tm, "coim-vancing aii'i investigating (1 T. i'.UY AN, attorney at law, will pr.ic tiro Xs in all 1 1 it (-.nit-, of ' Xorihvet Mimri. .-p'euil at'entioii given tobuhies in the t-oiinty ,! 1 liru'jaii- court.?. Ollioe over yarnicr"' P. mk. 27 CI RhEN'LEK .v: KING. Attorney ami X m-m-ell-tr at law. Particular attention iTi ' i p to c"llii"tion-. Oiliet- o'i tin- south ;ite A li square, in new Hank lJuililui. 2: JoHV i:. MA.'OltS, :ittir:u-y-at-laT. Will tiii-.M-i :ill uu-iiie.. entriisteif to him irouii!lv mil c:.reliii1y. Can be found at hi...

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. — 30 July 1875

Mxm (Bounty $cpwMtam SAVANNAIT, MISSOURI. O III i K KxS T TOPI C 'S. " Lady Franklin, widow of Sir John Franklin, is dead. Her devotion to the memory of her husband has made her famous wherever the story of her heroic eilbrts to learn tidings of him in the far North is known. She was born in 1S02, and was the second wife of Sir .John, their marriage having occurred in 1S2S. She went with her husband to Van Diemen's Land in 1S3G. The Erebus and Terror sailed in 115. and no tidings of them hav- mg been gained, in 1S30 Ladv Franklin sent out a ship at her own exp,nse on a vova of discovery, and again in 1857 sent! ry out the steamer Fox, under Captain Me- j Ciintock. who. in the summer ot I i. 7J. discovered on the shore of King I William's Land a record deposited by her : husband's company in 1S48. This doeu- j ment stated that Sir John died .June 11, j 1S-17, and that the ships were abandoned April 22, ISIS. Still Lady Franklin was not satisfied, and always clung to the belief either...

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. — 30 July 1875

o MISSOURI. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. THECOIV.STITrTIOrVAI.. CONVEIVTIOIV. July 1!). Mr. Gantt called the attention of the Convention to the fact that 1.D1S Pacific Kailroad guarantee bonds, of the denomination of $ 1 ,( 00 each, had l.en abstracted from tlie Stata Treasury, and upon his motion a committee was appointed to inquire into to the matter The subject of Ufvemie and Taxation was then furttier considered ,und also some sections of the report on Education which had been temporarily laid over. July -20. The Committee on Miscellane ous Provisions made a report, which embraces 12 sections . . . Consideration of the report of the Committee on Education was concluded, and the report referred to the ommittee on Kevis ion The report of the Committee on Political Subdivisions of the State was taken up, and sev eral sections read and adopted The majority and minority reports of the Committee on Minis terial and Executive Officers of County ami mu nicipal Government were taken up and read....

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. — 30 July 1875

luhxwo. qjublirtmu TEItJfS: 1 50 per year, in advance. TWKNTV Cll.VTS A1HHTIOXAI. (for postage) TO jfr. uniKii orr or Tin: ( oi nty. Terms of Advertising. Our Dollar per square tor lirst insertion, and Filtv Onts for each snsfujit insertion: On square, twelve lines nonpareil typo, or our mrh down tin column. Administrator's Notice J1' Final itleiiient Notice 011 Strav N-iticc W one Dollar for each additional animal. t.-n cents per line lir.-t insertion live cents jitr line for each subsequent insertion. When a subscribers timv expires, we will place a X before his name, to liotily lmn ol the fact. Th.v would obiter us, wben they see the mark, if Uiev would reiiew, or at oner inform lis that tin v wish tin iiarr di-conliimrd. F1MWAY MOUSING, .1 I'l.Y :!0, ItfT.'i. Circuit Court. The next regular term of the Andrew Circuit Court begins on Monday next. The interior of the Court House has been remoddled by carpenters -within the last lew days, the ceiling white washed, and it now presen...

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. — 30 July 1875

a Pike's Peak in Winter, Mr. Kamsdell, correspondent of the Xt'W York Tribune, recently interview ed the Mirnal olHcer on Pike's Peak, Mr. Brown, and obtained the following in lOrnmti.'ii : -Thi desolate station, which in the best weather in summer requires a day lo reach, is wholly cut off irom the world for seven mouths in the year. Early in November the men house tht'mclvcs. They lay hi provisions to last them until ApYil or May; salt pork, corned beef, canned vegetables, lard, Hour arid groceries. They also keep fresh meat, beef and mutton, by bury ing it in the snow. Wood at $17 a cord i also laid in, in bountiful supply. Dur iug these seven months not a human lace do they see. They can neither get down to the living world, nor can the living world got up to them. Half the world may be drowned and the other halt burned for aught they know. Coun tries may change, war may have blot ted out geographical boundaries. If the telegraph wire works laithfully, which it does not always i...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 30 July 1875

A Year Ago. BT MART It. DODGK. ' ' Ah me ! this day a year ago He sailed away," she said. 'A jear ago ! I scarcely know Jf most my heart was flame or snow, But now my heart is dead. "Mow beat my pulse when bade to part V while from him ; but then . icsely to his throbbing heart ii.' :ol.!ed me with gcntleart, iliae own beat quick again. "And when his footsteps sounded low Jleyond where I could see, I scarcely know it joy or woe Was uppermost, it blest mc so His love, his love to be. "Yet he iiad said no wooing word, But winsome eyes and true Sang songs the tendercst ever heard : 1 could not, had J cared, have stirred From rest so sweet and new. "ITc went, but lert a kiss with mc; And all that day and more I felt his arm caressingly About me, as if no broad sea yiy precious darling bore. "The days, though sad, were rosy too, For love a blessing wrought Of redder hue than rose e'er knew, Of bluer skies than any blue The brightest heavens brought. "llow should I think that nevermore My...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 30 July 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Household Hints. In making frost ing: for cakes or puddings, a little lemon juice, tartaric acid or cream of tar tar is a very pleasant addition to the taste besides making the frosting much lighter. In cooking oat meal, hominy, wheaten grit-, cracked wheat, or any of those nice breakfast dishes, cook it in a covered tin dish set in a kettle of boiling water. In this manner there is no danger of .-torching. Corn starch pudding, sea moss, farina and all other articles mixm with milk can be cooked in the same way. In roaring poultry, one thickness of writing or nic brown wrapping paper tied round the wings and drumstick-; will keep 'hem from being baked to a crisp and spoiled. Ccp.p.axt Jklly. To be perfect! .-iic-eessiul. currant jelly should be made with in the first week of the ripening of the fruit. The fruit should be plucked upon the stems, and after looking over to see that it is clean from leaves and sticks, it should be packed in an earthen jar, cov ered tig...

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. — 30 July 1875

LOCAL BUEYITIES. For bargains in Dry Goods, go to 1C. M. Mitchell, at Southwest corner of Public Square. For first-class job work .of all kinds call at the REi'Ui;lican ollicc. 8 c Dnring the present week several fine rains have fallen over the county, which have been of great benefit to the re plant, and raising high the hopes of all that a fair crop will yet be raised. Pure Cider Vinegar best kind can now be had at the Savannah Meat Mar ket, South side of the Square. no-il II. P. Alexander, Principal of the Marysville, Kansas, Public School, was in our city the past week, visiting old friends, lie was Principal of the Sa vaunali Public School, a few years ago. a-- Crops destroyed! Money hard to get! and John J. Miller has reduced the prices of his mammoth stock of Cloth ing to suit this state of affairs. Call and be convinced. Almost a Fire. The residence of Mr. Chittenden caught fire on AVendes day last, about noon, on the roof where the stove-pipe passes through. Its timc ly dis...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 6 August 1875

c 0 TIN T ? mi a -n ' I r s p inn row , F.M.TAYLOR, Editor ail Publisher SAVANNAH, MO., EHIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1875. oi. IV. N- 42. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Ativcrfrsrmrnts ixthis co!'-;,7in, fifty cent per lint for .)! i't'.w, lusifdiwi f.v ijentTitl hcui. T.Xuso wh i ;'7l''l7(.v fj '!. c (4ii arc reliable anil tranhtr,nr,trd lit th.-ir n i..-r five allimis. W. C.UIWKI.L. -i!trney-at-law and Xotarv Public, s 5-i)(;i:il .itffinini! u collecting, ootivevaiiemg :nnl investigating .-. ' 21 f T. Y,M .N, attorney at law, will practice Ij"''':'11 tlii-courts of Northwest Missouri. ... "' attention given tnhu-iness in tin.- -or.r.ty i i' probate courts, onici oTtr rarmeiV r. i.k. -J7 tliKVU-:!': A KING. ttrney and f ...in'- II. ir- at law. Particular ai'-inion jr'v to collection?. (Mlice mi tin- bOtltli s.fte t ; sijti.u i', in : w Hnuk linilding. ytUlX it. MA.tOUS, a!ioinev-at-lav. Will Pj tran-.n-r nil bu-iiie.-j eiitrusted to him i,r !iitl- and carefully, '.'.m In found at hi- ti . . stair-, two ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 6 August 1875

Contrasts. THE WIl'K. As you say, Colonel, here it is charming; (' Swct Angel, J beg for a walls!") Your flattery'.-' really alarming; I am snre that you know it'-is false. But I'll whirl with you round for u minute, Tu.-t to prove how you erred in your haste; A '.17. i juite nice while you're in it ;.iMjuite so tight on my waist. ( Writes.) "Dear Husband I'm penning this letter lii loneliness here at the Springs; Every day makes mc deeper your debtor For the kin 1 words the previous mail brings. But oh! what a void fills my bosom You there, and I lien all alone; No friends, if I e'en wished to choose 'em, You chained to your desk like a drone." Tin: Hir.siJAND. Here, Charley! help till up this basket; Put in the champagne ami the ice; Never mind if you should overtask it Pill it up with this bric-a-brac nice. Those Dutch girls will soon make it lighter Aiter the dance and the swings. Tnrow in these cigars. Strap it tighter, While I write a line to thepriugs. ( lrritis.) "slowly the...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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