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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 10 September 1875

ild men were rushing in all directions. Old Tree. rude world by brighter and happier JlVP.S. SAVANNAH, A FINANCIAL HURRICANE. papers fluttering in their hands, and MISOrHr :imon.-T them the inevitable bank-bunk. . your living green the. forsaken grimne.- mmmmmmaMmmim l'sde women, with disordered hair and I of tin empty old house. dre.sse-;, began to appear, giving the j Ah! that nouse was not. always for making a plunge, shipping a sea, and risilirr from it 111 lin.nittful vln i 1 Yes grow on, old tree. Keaeh up ! I thank you, and now- farewell, old j bowsprit was the American" ensi-n and your long slender arms and hide with tree, f:ll-ewell . -Detroit Free Press. at her stern the KnHisli jack. Tn her Trolling on Horseback. : descent over the second rapid her masl 'went by the board." She swun- NnjM nnioM or California's Uveat Money ed Institution A Scene of the Moit tut in,- JCxfitement Wnn Fi-.aurlsos -Tapltulists on the Itaeil lidjje." Jl'rom the San Francisco Chronicle, August 2...

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. — 10 September 1875

TERMS: Bl 50 jmr year, in advance. TWENTY CENTS ADDITIONAL (for postage) TO .citcnim:i:s out of thk county. Terms of Advertising. Our Dollar per square for first insertion, and .Tilly Cuits for each ulir qurnt insertion: Oik- .-quare, twelve lines nonpareil type, or one ineli down the column. Administrator'. Notice S3 00 Final Settlement Notice ."5 00 Stray N.itiee 3 00 one Dollar for tach additional animal. Loral- ten rents per line tir-t ii;Mrlion live" ceni.- per line for earli subsequent ii:i(rtion. When a sub-cribers time empires, v-'i: will lllaee a .V Itetnre ills lianie, to llKllIV mm OI I lie Ja. t. Ti.ev wouirt r.Uip-us, wiuii they seethe mark, if tliey would renew, or at once liilorm Us that they wish the paper di-coiiriiiucd. FK1DAY MOKNINti, Mil' T.EM UK II '10, 1ST."). HEW COKSTITU'flON-NO. 'That the intelligent people of An drew count v would willingly and de liberately exchange a Constitution possessing the liberal and progres sive spirit of the one we now enjoy, and...

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. — 10 September 1875

A Day Outside of the Church. ' Christ be not risen, then is your faith vain, and ye are yet in your sins." All mind is genetically the same, -whether it be God's mind, the mind of an angel, or the mind of a num. A trath in the mind of an angel or a man, as Jar as that truth in its abstract sense is eon-idi-red, must be the same to God ; hence if there he such a thing as a mor al government, such principles as may eon.-tilute the nature of God, ok list be the basis of any, and of all laws, by v.-im-h men or angels arc governed ; and it cannot be supposed a strange thing. that the laws which govern angels in j lleawn, should be the same, in prislei- j v"e, as those which govern men on j u irth; or, that a law adapted to the na- j lure of one man should be universal in: Its obligation upon all ; or, that man, j mmecliately upon his creation, should I oe placed under the government of such ! a Liw ; or, that such a law, should be i perpetually in authority, over all crea tures usecptibl...

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. — 10 September 1875

Epithalamian Obituaries. To th Editor of the Dalhi Gnwhir: Herewith I nend you a new style of epi thalaiuium, foein noinewlmt weary of the obituary poetry which is nim o disiiustingly prevalent. Uaciiki.ok. John .Tones has married .Mandy Smith. llisfice no more we'll see. Amanda's mother anted him Her soii-in-l.nw t he. (June to get hi hair pulled. Dearest Thomas, thou hast left us. And thy loss we deeply feel. Mary Ann of thee bereft us. And her mother' ! make you squeal. Gone to buy some sticking-plaster. We had a large-sized Johnny once. Who used to take his tod; He'll never take a drink again. For his mother-in-law has thrown the gin- bottle into the yard. Gone to soak his feet in catnip tea Put away that colored meerschaum That o;tr Tommy used to wear; He again will never use it, Mother-in-law the thing can't bear. Gone to buy a cradle. Once . e had a fragrant blossom lined to meet us at the club; A young woman came and plucked him For to make of him her ''hub." Gone to meet hi...

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. — 10 September 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Pi:esei:vk oir hy a quirk dipping in ljoiliiu? water, and packing with fresh .-alt, small end down. A Nice Cake. 1 cup molasses, 1 f cream, l' e.ips Hour, 2 eis, a piece of Imltcr the size of a heir's and an een tea-jioonful of sahratu. Mix all together and stir well. Bake in a moderate oven . Fin it I'OK Desseut. -i'.eat well the ihile of an ervith a little water: dip the fruit in and roll it immediately in some line cru-hetl .-uar: 'place it on a di-h and leave it h or 0 hours, then M'ne. A more sightly and exquisite leert than a plate of currants, thu dre ed, cannot he had. IJakei' Cokn. Take ' ears of lield corn, or ears of. .-uirar corn. Cut the jrrain partly off, and scrape the re-t ; add 1 teaspoonful of hatter, a tea--p.'onftil of .-uirar, and a tcapoon ful of -alt. Hub these well togeth er, and add a pint of new milk. liake in a dih that you can place on the table u ithout di-turbinir it . White Cake. :) ctrj)- of sifted Hour, 1 ;. cups of white urar, 1 fl...

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. — 10 September 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. Xcw Hats at Mrs. Buskirks. All kinds of School Books used in Ike count are kept by L. G. Wilkerson. A new lot of Taney stationery at PL'UVIAXCE'S. -o-o-- Beautiful Ribbons at Mrs. Buskirks. Fisher & Dailey's Hog-Cholera, Mix ture. lor sale by L. O. Wilkerson. A lot of old papers lor sale at this ol tiee for 50 cents per 100. Ladies Xeek Ties at Mrs. Buskirks. Farmers bring in your wood and sub scribe for the Rr.prr.i.uwx. Fall Styles of Millinery Goods just re ceived at Miss Thompson's call and ex amine them. ' no lot f -o Services at the. Sixth Street M. E. Church, every Sabbath. Preaching at 10-i a. m., and at 7:150 p. m. Seats free. Public cordially invited to attend; stran gers cspeeially.hivited to worship with us. Thirty minutes for class-meeting after each moriiing service. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. Mem bers of other denominations invited to worship with in. B. T. STArr.r.u, Pastor. Nice Embroideries at Mrs. Buskirks. Foi: first-class job wor...

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. — 17 September 1875

mi 11 I ft P" JliIKj Pill l s a F. K. TAYLOR, editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1875. V' IV. N"- 48- SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Aii-rtiscments in this column, fifty cents per lint I "'Ao n.dvertiie in thte column art-reliable anc" , trngli!forwari! in their rexj-ntivc. callings. ATTOliXKYK. W. l.AloWKLL, attoriiey-at-law and Notary i nl I it-. t "tty-. snceial att'-.tion ik-cruij:, convex aiiene? and invest::atiii .'1 1 T. liltYAX, attorney at law, will r:u tire V X" in :J1 the ennrt- of Xorthwet Mi--ojiyi. - ( attention jriven to l.il-iilc;-.-. ill the county 1 : 1 .biUe cuiivS:. Olliee over F:ir.1ii-lV ll.tn'.-. . ; WM. S. (.HKKXLKK. ATTOItXF AN!) counsellor at law. Particular attention . v u hi collection?. OiTiee on tin; south side t i. n- vntare, in new Hunk l'.uildini?. "i"! "TM H. MA.lOI.'s, attorncv-at-Iaw. Will -J tr.iii-act all lut-ine- t-ntrn-tcd to him ' ami ciret'nllv. (.'an lie toiind at l.'i.- i .11,.-. . ,t:iir.-. two door n,iol the Tost !- ; l -, -...

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. — 17 September 1875

,A... '..ijL WU CtU COUUlJJ llf ttttOUCan SAVAXXA1T, MISSOURI. CUJ1KEXT TOPICS. 'I'm: greute-t excitement has recently )revailed in Montreal, on account of an attempt to bury the body of one Gui bord in the Catholic Cemetery. Some, months ago, after Guibord's death, the Catholic authorities refused permission for his burial in consecrated ground. His remains were therefore deposited m c.i , Mii.am v i-iui-i.-., ..in, .ui ii. !.. !.... ...,,, r .......(, .... .... peat made to the hngiisii rriwt'oun in the Catholic Cemetery, according to the royal mandate. J ue funeral pro- ml.'. ,,! iv.i.- nw.l .,t I .n ,.,..,.. x.i.i.n-i .ii it luiinut n Catholics in force, t he -ates barricadc.l. the hearse containing the bo.ly Moiu-d by the mob, and the juroce.-sion vas forced to retire from the ground. Tim military were called out. The priets deny that they instig-ated the riot. At last accounts Cuibords remains were still resting- in the l'rolotant Cemcteiy. jntarded by the police. The Alabama ...

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. — 17 September 1875

guulvcir County ilcpuMtam SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. HERE AND THERE. Twi:.tv-two miles of street-;, with ibout Js.000 houses, haw been added to London thus fur during; the year. The New York and New England pa pers continue to chronicle numerous suicides. What .--the matter with folks, m how? Colokado wmuld be a good place for -Midents of zoology. More than 1,000 aricticsof ineet life have been noted there. A large proportion are injurious Jo agriculture. A 1 'kxxsy i.va n i a camp meeting was recently broken up by six poor little kunks. The devil comes in various guises, and this particular one is not to be prayed down. Uuiix.nrouT man has been cured f the foofi-h habit of carrying tobacco .ind cartridges loose in the same pocket. His pipe exploded and blew off part of his nose and lips. A mikewd firm, a trusted clerk, dis sipated habits, ' 10,'ino missing, a family without its head, and a squad of dctee thes on the track of the fugitive, make tip the latest picture of defalcation on Uroa...

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. — 17 September 1875

Andrew Co. Semhlimn. lisiiAtS: Si ;u per yutr, in advance. TWKNTY CENT- AiiUITIHXAI, (for postage) TO a'jjivin Kit rT r tiii. u"xty. Terms of Advertising. 'w Dollar unr-fur first in-rtinii, ami u- - iup-. 1'ivlu- lisii-, i;..tnai-i il typ', or OJi' in-:i l'wi !h- column. ih:;.:M.,r-. v...;,,. on 1 inul -Ui'ia. :H !itic' titruv N':t-i- :i !!!! iu I ii.'hiv !'r -.jc!i additional animal, i .-...1. . i: .t... . . ........ :- ji.-r li:;.. r,,r :! suii.-.-.;ti-t!i ir.st-r;ini. WiH-ua Mjrrii., t:m,- w- will ) 1:mv :i 1 -invt- iiiimi , to mUtlv linn t l.u-i. Y!i,-v Trtl. !!!'-, wli.-ii ts-v He-Ui- uisiat fhi-v'A.h!,.. j,:.,..r.ii-r..i!tiuuiil. - - FUIday MtiirNiNc, siii-i kmi;ku iv, is;r,. MB.ST13R&SOITOIsTTHBTSXAS PACIFIC SAIL-ROAD. II . J . - 1 " ' I II C J .... iioi : i ! .i i u - :.. .1. '. r ... '"1M;ui 111 ""' - JiMf;-at in:i long comniunieation fuvorabie j he earlv conndetion o the Texas Pacific Uai'lrond. His con- , Slidell died soon atler from his injur-clut-ions are fair am! j...

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. — 17 September 1875

An Important Arrest. TTe had a special object in view in vi-iling; the jail last night, and now o our story. We had heard that John Pat ton. the Tai:ie- boy oHIolt county, had been irroleil ami brought to our city, ami Ave desired to learn the t'a-ls. "They were a folhu---: Jol.n i'atton had 1'..' reputation of doini: uiaiiv ihitiu .! on ji-h t not to do for a jrooll whil--. ' 1 lu Kvu ace;:ed of driving- oil' led.- o!c:ittle that did not lu-long; to him, diinr them and pocket in.'; the proceeds be-ides various other irreg- tlariiies. and it i- even charged 1 e avu- guiltv of the m.irder ot o!:e M 'ihlhausen over in K.tn?-a-. some :iite ago. A few veek rdm-e he v.as . riv-icd for horse idcaling" in Kansas, . confined in thejii :i .Jewel (,'eii- t. John .-ay-? he didn't break out: ," ays tiie door wa left open ami he walked out. Like many another young" man. John has a sweetheart, iler name i- !!la i'iizu ut'r, and .-he live ":il i raiir ;oii!i concluded he wanted to - see r,ua, ami ...

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. — 17 September 1875

A DAY OF SUMMER BEAUTY Out in Ihcsoklen summer air, Amid the purple heather. A woman sat with drooping head, And hands close knit together: Never a bitter word she s.tid, Though all her life looked cold and dead Cold in the glowinir haz-.- that lay Over the fair green earth that day, That day of summer beauty. Far, far away where leafy woods Touched the sky, cloud-riven, A thousand birds run;; out life'.? bli.-s In jubilee to heaven; How could the poor old withered throat Carol echoes to each oft note? Every soul imi.it pay life's cost Her deepest silence prai.-cd God most, Thatday of summer beauty. Too dulled.her .soul, too worn to feel Summer delight acutely : "While earth was? praising (od aloud Her patience praised him mutely. Her narrow life 01" thought and care Not life to live, hut lif to bear, Contented that her soul was sad, While all God's soulless thing were glad. Thatdav of summer beautv. And where she stayed, a d,'.sky specie In gore and heather glory A weary spirit wat...

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. — 17 September 1875

f DOMESTIC ECONOMY. i liAsmuKKY Vixkgak. This is made ! hy adding :5 quarts of vinegar to 0 j quart of berries. Let it stand 1 hours, 1 then s(jueee the berrie- add to the , juiee 9 pounds of sugar, scald and hot-! tie. Caxxki) Hick and Tomatoks. Peel and sliee very ripe and solid tomatoes: ' then place a layer on the bottom of a ! gla-s can. and scatter in, uncookt-d, rice in the proportion of about 1 part rice to f of tomatoes Then boil at least 1 hour, and can like ordinary fruit. niJEKN Tomato Pick i.ks.I peck of ; green tomatoes. (; common-sized onions. large cucumbers, 1 small, line head of cabbage, 1 teacupful of salt. Chop lirt the tomatoes, put in the salt and drain off all the green water, next chop the oabbaire and cucumbers senaratelv. i - . then the onions. Mix all, spice your ' vinegar, scald, and when cold pour it j over the pickles. The onions can be J omitted if desired. j To Picki.i: Pi:aks and Peaches. Select medium-sized pears and smooth free tone peaches; stick ...

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. — 17 September 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. Xew Hats at Mrs. Buskirks. We return our thanks to our kind old friend, Joseph Austin, one of AmTrew county's best gardeners, for a nice lot of tomatoes. All kinds of School Books used in the county are kept by L. G. Wilkorson. ---o Mr. Joseph Philips, for a number of years jiast, daguerian Artist at this idace, left last week for Gallatin, to tre llis success at that point. Beautiful Ribbons at Mrs. Buskirks. Alonzo Frodsham, son ot our fellow townsman, Wm. Frodsham, left. for Cal ifornia on Tuesday last. His object is to study law with his brother-in-law, Joseph M. Kinley, of San Fransisco. lie will be absent three years. Fisher & Dailey's 1 log-Cholera Mix ture, lor sale bv L. G. Wilkerson. J ohn Ilea, son of lion. David Ilea, and Marion Alderman, son of Eli Alderman, of this city, and George Clawso'n, son of John Olawson, of this vicinity, left on Thursday morning, to attend the f:Jl and winter session of the State Univer sity, at Columbia. A lot of old pape...

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. — 24 September 1875

c 0 TTN T 2 r?ir -1M F. M. TAYLOR, J editor and Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1875. V'"- IV. N- 49- SAVANNAH DISSCTOHY. A 'vei tis-'meiits in tfui column, fifty cnit.i per lint . o wiy, itit luiliiuj thr tjrner-i! In ni. I host- j wf r-'rertixr in this column ere n liable and trtmjitfoririirl in thnr ri --prein- mllinij-i. i -A 1 t 'VP IT) UNISYS. , ar W . LAI.lirtKLU attornev-at-law :nut V Xofary Public. Pay- iit--inl attention od'.-i'ting, convex aneing and investigatimr si,. p' - '' (1 1 . IS It V V. a'Torn-y al law, will prat tice TT isi all the cni.it-; i NortIr.c-f Missouri. m-.-i.il attention iriwii iobu-iiu.- i; the county i ni' ;uolial cni.rtr.. Olliee tv.-r Farmers' .-ink -J7 . (.RF.KM KE, A'lTOKXKV AND -m-cllor at law. Particular attention -ri -n 'Ilfi-Ii ci. OCTee on 'lie south m-1c rt!if Mjuari', in m-w P.ank Kinldin'. .': T(!5rx ":.M V''1: :.nf.ni.y-ar-iaw Will ,...,i.ii,ti .111.1 ,ar.f.iiiy. Can ,r umw at ins i -tan, tw.Mi...r.astoitia- r-t u- .1- ...

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. — 24 September 1875

:cw County Republican SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. CUPvllEXT Tones. Another terrible liH:itt'r occurred on Luke Michigan during the storm on the night of tin; JUh. The propeller IIeii(lota, when off Point Sauble, found ered and sunk, carrying down eleven persons to a watery grave. Anionic the lost were Captain Fairbanks'1 wife ami father, besides nine of the crew. The remainder of the officers and crew, nine in number, were saved in the boats. The District-Attorney of the City of Urooklyn recently addressed letters to h'ev. Henry Ward Ucecher and Francis D. IVIoiilton, suggesting that the public interests would be best served by enter ing a nolle rosetui in the case of Jlenry Ward Needier against Francis ). Moulton for libel. IV! r. 1 Seedier, in reply, concurs in the disposition of the case as suirirested bv the District Attorney. Mv. Moulton says he cannot acquiesce in the action proposed, and demands a trial, lie says thai the charges made bv him against Ucecher are true, ami that he Avil...

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. — 24 September 1875

w1rtit if rtif.--... '2 cinau a (l0ui;i qmulmm SAVANNAH, THE BARB AND THE ARAB. AitTiJUT"1 J''-"! ralt of he " n.rsfi Klootl ' Origin ol Som- Ccl-ljratcl ! Itaces How the Arabs Choose Tln-ii- j e' " j Several years ago Hen. Danmas of I he 1-rench army, while erving in the j Last, made a special study of the horses j md horsemen of Algeria and neighbor- n- provinces. He had mutual facili- j Mes lur Jn work. I-or two years he was Consul of Frame at Mascara; then he was charged with Arabian all airs in j he)rovinceof Oran, and was subse- j piently made director of Central Ara- j bian affairs of Algiers. These positions put mm in connection witn tne cinei natives and the great families of the onntrv. lie learned their language, mingled freely with them in their tents, and studied his subject with tho aid of wide and varied personal observation unl experience. He got his informa tion, as he informs us, from all classes mil conditions of society, "from the in?, leuL 10 uie .sonpie.si.!l)(...

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. — 24 September 1875

cliuhciv (o. Kictmblicnn. TERMS: .5a ;u ncr near, in aacancc. TWKVTV rKXT"5 AIIDITIUNAI. (for postage) TO fJf.MtSJKU.- on OK THE COfXTY. Terms of Advertising. Ihdlur per square lor first insertion, and not do SO Oil UllirCCt issue, thev fC riltv i;nt lorrnch -ulc'ijin.int insrrtion: )iu- sqiiaru, twehv litiea nonpareil tvpe, or j SOfted to tilC Convention dodliC. aSuXs S oo I To exchange the p.ent Coi.s.titn- Finai s.-ttunu-.u N..ti-.- :i !!;; , t ion ibr the new one i a fatal ex- Mrav Notice i i"c aihir tor each :i-3-iitionai animal. change for the people. The edtica- Loct.l'. ten cent per line !ir.-t insert ion ttve 1 . . writ.-, K ?iiM-3tcwV: r;W.urnt iiertion. 1 1 ion ot the masses is the main stay Ol Wh.-na -.n-rm-rs time expires, we will om. republican institutions: .Slate place a X lx-1.. re 111.- name, to noliiy Imn of the , tact. Thev would oWiijro us, whrii tiu-y su.-the lovaltv to the federal union the onlv mark. il"tli' would renew, or at once inform " , .. .. . . us tha...

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. — 24 September 1875

A Day Outside of the Church. i "If Christ be not risen, then is your faith vuin,imJ yc are yet in your sins."1 The natural inclination of man to re ligion, in some form or other, has en Sjaged the attention ol the historian, hrourh all a.-s of men; tliepoet.wher. 'lifttory has spoken, ami where it lias .lot, has reached his highest strain when ! iu cniwrii- t.i i,.; i "i i- t t lie Mjuiriiu to in in.r the idea ot divimtv 1 " e ' ' J j mm ms Miii - inu pnuosopiier nas con fessed to his own devotion and with his iellow mortals worshipped at soinc ! common shrine. 1. -..... ....- . . ... ...... v .... ii.u.un, nu tribe, has, in some peculiar way, man:- : felted thecoininon inclination of man, to trust, or dread, some supernatural pow--r, and clothe such a power with the highest attributes conceive'.1! in their minds, and to worship such a being as their supreme duty. Xo fact is belter sustained by history; no thought more instantly dwell upon by the poet; and with the philosopher, an i...

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. — 24 September 1875

Double Harvest. The farmer sat at his kitchen door. Smoking his noonday pipe, And over the fields his eye-; were cast. Where the grain, so golden-ripe, Nodded away, Through the summer day. "With f-hadow and sun.-hiue hard at play. Down by 'he gate the farmer saw (And lui chuckled low in glee) Two. who whispered together there. " So!' said the farmer. I see! If 1 gue.v, aright. And their kies are bright, There'll he hat ve-ting soon with main and might." Tiie weeks went hy and the old barn groaned With the might of harvest store: Hut the farmer laughed, for well he knew There remained one harvest more. Since Cupid had sown. With grain of his own, A crop that love must harvest alone. The fanner sat at his kitchen door "When the evening meal was donp. And he laid a kiss on his daughter's brow. And welcomed his new-found son; And the harvest-time, "With wedding-bell.-' chime, Sang its davs into merry rhyme. Loye's Foolish Dream. I pointed to the bird, whoo lay Was caroled overhead; ' Hi...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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