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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 15 October 1875

MISSOURI. A Poor Singer's Sad Story A Romance of the Concert Saloon. A small American Hag moved lazily in the afternoon wind a fad, perhaps, entirelv unnoticed bv mo.-t of the pass-er-bv on (.'hart res Street and a large. square transparency, on whieh it was :irti-tica!lv announced to the world, in large red and blue letters, that within, i after half-past S each evening, there wa- given a " brilliant varietv performance," li.l n.t nmv,. -.i -.11 Miiiitli.T f:o-t which ...v. ...... ..I .... - I did not seem to occasion any surprise on the part of the denizens of the old neigh- 'mrhood. ! In fact it would have taken ome- , thing very startling to have occasioned any notice whatever dou n there, for the old Creoles had seen too much of the adventurous and exciting in their time o be moved by any but extraordinary occurrences. The saloon was like manv of its kind. Numbers of tallies, larger numbers of tious-fookinir bar, chairs, an ostenta- ; and a fifteen-foot ' staire, whereon, the p...

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. — 15 October 1875

Andrew (Co. epiihHcm. TERMS: L .of.) per year, in advance. iWK.VTY c::vts .iiition.u. (for potage) to .it.--i:!!:kh hi t ok tiu: cointy. Terms of Advertising. Jin- Dollar per Miunv for first inTtion, Vu'ty Cm.-, for each riih-eiiiiciu insertion : ami e .l-l'. twelve line.-, nunpurf.il lypi', or OUe iif'ti doU'n iie Column. A'lnmii- r.u. ('. X ; 00 1 i l-ll M'l. lenient Noiiii- DO Nsi.sy Xoiicc a oo one Doliar 'r e::eli additional .-'iitii' il . Lor.ti-; tfii ccut. ner line !ir-t ir.ier.ioii five .'.eats jier line for each sub.-eqiieiit iiiMViimi. When :t sub.sfri.er-, time expires. v will fVicv a X 5efire hl.i ii.iine, to utility him of the i.ift. ! hev vroulil online u. when thev .-cc tin mirk, iiiji.-v wiihM renew .Or at on-, iuiorin us that they wish tlie paper discontinued. Kill DAY .MOKXINt;, H TOi;i:i: 15. W.l NEW COXSTI'i KT10X NO. .Election. Saturday, October ."Uth, 1875. N3W COXSTITUTION-NO. The Pa' ron of la-t week in an arti cle of three and a half columns eu- I'o'ivnl'ml...

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. — 15 October 1875

A Mine of Sweetness. i From tho San Ilernardino Argus. CJencrallv when we hear of rich -rrik.es it is in the irold or silver line, but iN lime it turns out to be hoi.ev, pure , uulswcct. Aiew.lays since as the j workmen on the tunnel at Caton L'ass ' were lia-ilinir over sonic mclcs ,H.i- -unc :n;r iss a depo.-it of honev. anil '. iking a pole and running it into the J muntaiu were surprised to lind no bot- , 0111. i hey got a lung pole, some tweu-, y teet itt h-gth, and were unable to , r i'i'-h bottom with it. Upon withdraw- j '.:v the pole the honey bean Jo run out, ' td soon tubs, buckets, and two barrels were Illicit, and still it thnved. hmue : .. irCes came in town and loaded up with barreK and propose to make a '; Mi-iness of it. They put in a charge of j.owder :i:,d Idew olf a portal of the ' rw,i. wur lutortnaut siaics mat auer xplnriuir it froiii below to where the bei-s were found to enter, was iound to : be about one-fourth ol a mile, and it is his ojn.iiou that the who...

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. — 15 October 1875

Frau Hitt. KUOM THE OK UMAX OF KI'.KKT. Where winds the steep and dizzy way So quiekh to the inn, A besgar sat upon a dill Some alms perchance to win. A naked babe within bar arms Lay sweetly sleeping there; The mother rocked and wrapped her child With lender, constant care. " Thou loving boy, thou darling child, "Who fare.-t ill with me; Thou hast no cover from the snow And wind and misery. ' For food thou hast a crust of bread That other- throw away. And if to thee an apple falls It marks a happy day. 44 And yet thine eye, my tender thing, Is full ofbaby joy, Thy hair is golden a the hair Of e'en the richest boy.'' So sat the beggar by the way And wept and wept again. When down the road with gleam and glee There flashed a knightly train. A woman rode before, of all The loveliest was she; A mantle from her neck fell fair, A trailing star to sec. The sparkling lady's nam? is Ilitt. The wealthiest in the land ; Jbit the leat in virtue and courtesy Is the lady there so grand. She rein...

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. — 15 October 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. To.mato C.Tsri. 1 peek of tonm-toe-, scalded, then rulilied through a sievn, 1 cup of suit, :5 teaspoonfuls of black pepper, h teaspoonful cayenne, 1 tablespoonfnl allspice. 1 quart best eider inogar; boil 1 hour before putting in the spices ; no need of sealing up the bottles. Ciuckkx Ciikkse. This is so nice that every one who cats it once, likes it :irain. lioil -J chickens till tender; take out all the bones and chop the meat line; season to taste with salt, pepper, and butter: pour in enough liquor they are boiled in to make moist. IWold it in any shape you choose, and, when cold, turn out and cut into .-dices. It is an excel lent traveling or picnic lunch. J'KACii-Win.siiY. Take the head from a keg, till it with the handsomest ripe peaches. put in all the whi.-ky it will hold, then head it up airain. In winter they "will be found beautifully preserved, with the bloom all on, and with a slight soaking and scalding in sirup, they arc a delicious accompaniment t...

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. — 15 October 1875

wimwumkuiimi Quotations from the Mammoth Estab lishing i!( of An 411 :iru 13 Felix Street. We piote below or.lv arcryewof! l!:e many bargain:- b- found in each department of :h: - extensive house, and ij'ir readers ma v relvtipon finding everv - Iliingjust a, tvprmtea: . " a") pieces !ig1!r.'d prints (standard V.!i) at .".I eei.ts p-r yard. ,-) pieces st.-mdaid prints, at 7 oe::ts. h'-rnrvv f!ti,,?' SSiiinbHLov than 1 0 ..UM at iMivnts ... t-.juai i.irnm . JJce L'umj. at il eeiits. 10:) pieee oi oaittou llannel, at 8.J ets. vi-s:i !4.. . "t- ." I. .-haw's in .r;dendid patterns. ati?l. "!!, white woid bi.tiikets, ai .' grev who! blankets, at 8 - V - iiii pieces of IventucKy jeans, at -JO ets. vrorth 4o cent vvorth jV cent-.. " t 3" pieces woid cassitnere, for nun's wear, at SI, worth !,..". .,.o pieces i)i reu :iaunei irom unoer - at the tollowin-priecs; ets. worth OS CIS 5 Ct. wor.ii i' cts:.ii-s,woru r.f,' .,.,.1 f.i. -oiu. .f. 40 pieces bieaeitt d table tlamask, at J bh ets, wojIu...

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. — 22 October 1875

c 0 TTN T mi JiL JLJLvJ A Ti H P All iillul L W JFic.r xjt-v - . vri;a.i 1 F. M. TAYLOR, Ecliioi ami Publisher, . SAVANNAH, 310., FRIDAY, OCTOBE.S, 22", 1875. y... Y. i. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. 'dv rtisrmfntu in :bU column, .liflif cents if ' ,. tie ii . ti'clxutinif Ihr iitner, I lift. :'( .,'f"-'ci.v" in this mi urtin c.ff rrh'-Nr ami' I'ltfovwtini iii tk'-ir r'rf i-rfi7. ATTOKXKVS. TfT W. ( A yV . Xit:rv CAJ.PWKIJ. :itt:iriicy-:i!-l;iv anil l'uv.- stn-ri.ll a'li-nlii.ii j Pulilif. itillram-lll: atl-i iiivesSijjatin,!? ' i' - - i ,. i y i t l!I"V " m'Thi-Mi-v :it law will li'Tii til B - - . -- i , r JT. .null tin- mini- .l :..irHiri Mi-snn. 1 - rf :ti:i-iiui:i ivrii m mi-im- in on- -ii:;i him!i:Ui- ronr: t. ll!ro over I'mim-tV i I. in'. 7 (.UK KM KM. ATTOUNMY AM) V . iin-c!!or :tt law. rartinilai- alti-ninui irtn-lihir :ilt lilnui r.1 t t - .r.ol5.-("iin-s. ili-.i-.m lii- soiiib mU I )ti:irr. in now Haiti: Hiiililiii-. Tni!M:.M.UCK :w: rt-mv-::.-kr..-. -'ill : " ni-m-t :ill lui-iniT r...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 22 October 1875

Uuhwcmrtg Republican! SAVANNAH, CUHliEXT TOPICS. Elections were held in the Shite- of Ohio, Iuv:t and Xcbra-ka oa the lrith. From returns received up ( the nijrht of the loth the follow hyx results were announced: la Ohio, Hayes for Gov ernor and the entire Bepublican ticket are elected. Majorities estimated at from '2,000 to d.UiH). The. Re publicans have a working ma jority in the Legislature. In Iowa, tlie Republican ticket, headed by Kirk wood for Governor, has from J.VXIO to 3o,0UU majority. In Nebraska the en tire Republican ticket is also elected, and the new Constitution earned by a large majority. f!nvi!ODOi:K YaxiiK!h:ii.t bavins se cured control of the Lake Shore Hail- j road, the present, western connection of j the Erie Railway, the latter company j on the first of November will open a new through line from New York to Chicago by way of Salamanca. Cleve land (over the Atlantic anil Great West ern Railroad), thence to Shelby Station, Ohio, over the Cleveland. Columbus, C...

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. — 22 October 1875

MISSOURI. A GEORGIA HUNT. I'nrsuin a Urnr in a Pnlmctto-Vatch A IlHiitl-tu-IInml I'ltcounttr. From the Atlanta Constitution. After dinnwr and a good eas rest, we irranged for :i bear-hunt. We had seen fresh signs just before we stopped, ami it was supposed by Lee that he would return to the same palmetto-patch late that afternoon. It was agreed that Brown and Yarborough would remain md wateh this plaee until night, and Lee and myself would go farther down the island (it is ten miles long) and search for other indications of bear. The dogs were tied and left with the baggage. We hail jfono about :i mile and a half when we came to the object of our search. In a palmetto-patch a bear had been within the last twenty-four hours, and had pulled many buds. AVe moved beyond for the sake of getting the wind right, and we had not gone far before a heavy rain came on us, and lasted for an hour. Our blankets and coats were two miles away, and we had to shelter lielntiil le-mlnir iiini'-; :is li...

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. — 22 October 1875

Jlndrcw (go. e$nhVmn. i hllMS: SI oO ?)er wrir. iij advance. wkntv 'je.nt AimiuHXAi. (tor . i!st:iL'o) to rii- iintKns on of tjii: eg nty. Terms of Advertising. "n- Flollar per qu:tn lor lily i insertion, i":i"tv Cwiil- fnr-a-h MiliM-uutu t iK-,-rtun : One Miuaiv, tu.-lw lijn- ntiMwr.il tp', or m-.f inch down the colim n. Administrator". SuiU-- S3 oo Final s.-ui.-miMit Notice ! " -Mmy N'oti.-.- ,. .................. : (Hi j.ol.;li i,.,i.-i-nt m-rlin.- ih-t ir..-.ni..n-iivi ct -jt- per i:m- tor each siiii-. tjui nt iiiMi tion. l.put a piece of arsenic t he .size ol a j Hale has some don bt s a hoti t t he pro When a uiwt-ri!)er-: time p'nvs. we will reen narden pea, wrapped in tissue i prietv of lixinr tlie rate so inimuta !':?ri' irauze, and force it bly in the constitution, himself. So m irk, it thev -mv fi, renew, 'or at oin-J ini'oriii u p:M,-rii-,ontinneti. . il-. that thev wi-sh tin FUID.VV MOIiMM-", ()( TOIIKK 1.-7.'.. XKW COXSTITL'TlOX XO. Klcction. Saturday. October :10th, 1...

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. — 22 October 1875

DISTINGUISHED ARRIVAL. : l Representative ofcpan Arrives in j the City. ! I From tilt- Moberly Headlight,. 1 1th, A gentleman arrived in Moberlv, re cently, who merits more than the" com pliment of a mere personal paragraph. .Through the kindness of Mr. Iredemey r. ol Cambrinns JI;U1, we were made u-.puiiiUMl with h;m and gleaned the ollowing information : The gentleman's name is V . A. Von Rieme-r, and he is a native of Saxony. He.5., a young man, not more than thir-y-livu. of a remarkably line and pre-jns.-'.v-ing appearance, and ha the .air 'U a man who has traveled much and i 7 -em shrewdly observant of what he saw j on ins peregrinations. ilis lather ws.5, l'ir -everal vear, the Saxon minister to ) .Knirlaml. but financial disasters over- whelmed i:in : and the sou, like evil v ell-lired" Orman lads are in the habit, d doinof wliun misfortunes overtake j their families, began to cast about bin; ! awi .miiii. Jl' liwil.lll llli.l4l.3 Ul ll lliu ill ( a li(diiiooi;, and, linallv,...

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. — 22 October 1875

My Little Ghost. nv si'san' coolidgk. LaZL I know where it lurks and hides, In tlit midst of the busy house, In the mid.-t of the children's, glee, All day its shadow hides; Nobody knows hut mc. On a closet shelf it dwells. In the darkest corner of all. 31id rolls of woolen and fur And faint, forgotten smells Of lat year's lavender. That a ghost has its dwelling there Nobody ol-o would guess 'Only a baby's shoe, A etui of golden hair" You say. "A toy or two 'A broken doll, whoso lips And cheeks of waxen bloom Show dents of tinners small Little, fair tinner tips A worn sash that is all. '' Little to see or to guo-s; Hut whenever I open the door. There, faithful to its post, With its eves' sad tenderness. I see my little ghost. And 1 hasten to shut the door, T shut it tight and fast, Lest the sweet sad thing get free. Lest it tlit beside on thelloor And sadden the day for me. Lest between me and the sun. And between me and the heavens, -And the laugh in the children's eyes, The shadow...

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. — 22 October 1875

Cabinet or Parlor Organs. Those have become the most popular of larro musical instruments. There are now about two hundred and lifty Consumption Can Re Cured. SriiENCKV Pulmonic Svnip, Schcnck's Sen Weed Tonic. Scln'iirk's Mandr-ike 1'ilK are the only medicines that will cure Pulmonary Consuinption. Km pi en try medicines that will .top a couh will occ.i-ion the death of the pitient; they lock up the liver, stop the circulation of the blood, hemorrhage follow, and. in fact, they clo the action of the very organs that caused the coiih. Liver Complaint and Oyi-pepsia are the cauce of two-thirds of the. cusft of Consumption. -Many I'his is nutur- 1 Persia complain of a dull pain in the -i(le. co!ini- . . 1 ,. .:,... . .-l :.. :.. .1... i l-i. ( iw 'vtiilf ' "'ii. .i4u-u (iiuiie. jraiu u: Lire ).iuiiuci -ui.iui -. makers of these in the I'nited States, who produce more than forty thou-and j orrans per annum. .Most ol these an very pour instruim-nb ii i .i anv M), oet-ause mere are iev -...

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. — 22 October 1875

LOCAL BIvEYITIMS. New Hats at Mrs. Buskirks. The St. Charles, Hotel under its new proprietorship, is undergoing a thorough1 repainting and. touching up. It now has a decidedly improved appearance. Lady boarders wanted by Mrs. Georgd W. Glazier. Terms reasonable. oOti. John liiggins, one of our farmers, re cently purchased four line Ootswold sheep, at Pleasant Hill, and has brought them to this cojnfcy. Wo are gratified to note the desire on the part of our farmers for improved stock. Fall Styles of Millinery Goods just re ceived at Miss Thompson :? call and ex amine them. no-lGtf The citizens of Uolckow Lave had omc excitement over the question of granting license to dram shops the pres ent week. A petition in favor of grant ing license was got up to be presented to the county court, and a number of citizens sent word to Ike court they wished to present a remonstrance. The matter was therefore postponed by: the court until its next session. Fisher & Dailey's Hog-Cholera Mix ture...

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. — 29 October 1875

c 0 TIN T j- -T- w --s n r u y a H a WW E.M.TAYIOR, Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1875. V. N TO. SAVANNAH DIRECTOR"! ' ' ten. .', rofutta, :!; crn'x per 'in- i v. . 1. 1- I ttliiuj the n-'rni hfti'. tur o.tf vf ' i. :.. n4 'cfi-.v in t'ni column -ir' editable (tmt ATT( RX FYS. W (;.L!V.'i;i.L, aft..rne-:it-!;;"- ni.l Nol.uy Public. Ii attention iii;-, ;.nvcv:inciiivr aii-1 invesiituei f V. I:KY N, :tl'r:i-y :tt law. will ini tiro ? "J" . pj the ooun- of Nortlivevt Missouri. -.! ! il :iiU-nttoll jriwu to t.H.-iness ill the niiiiity rolate i-inrtn. uRire over Farmer-'' "VlTM- s. ui:ki:.nm-:k. attukxky and V i,n-Hlor at Jaw. I'mliritlar :it!eirion , i -.i ollff!:-!!!-:. 'Mi ui the miuiIi sole i'lart. in ntv Uauk I'.iiiMtit. -.'I Wl I? -ll.llll-; ..H,.vi...v..t.f..n- II -... .'..-' -.. i: m.Um: :. ;.-.tet :ul lllf-! t f .., an 1 r,r..f.,ny. f':,. !... lou:,! at t,N l an.i . Wlil 1' 1' K KK, :it:ii at law rVn .or a ., !m-k .i-.i iAy. m.low-' an.j i, iKT.-io:i-s...

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. — 29 October 1875

Andrew (eoimtgScpuMwm SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. C CJKKENT TOPICS. Tin-: British steamer Pandora arrived home from the Arctic regions on the lUth, after an unsuccessful search for the remains of the lost explorer, Sir John Franklin, and for a possible North- west I'assage. In the attempt to push tiirougli liellot s Strait the steamer en-j countered a solid barrier of ice, and j Capt. Young, her commander, perceiv- ing no advantage to be gained by going into winter quarters, concluded to put back for .England. So kak as can be ascertained by an unollicial canvass, the majority of Hayes for Governor of Ohio is -1,75'J. The Republican Central Committee claim the election of all of the. other candidates on their State ticket, but the vote is so close on some of them that it will need an ollicial count to determine the result. The Senate stands -Repub- i Tin: London Times of a late date no licans, -21- Democrats, 10; Republican tia,s ti,u f:lcL th:lL a ;M;inc.Ues,ter iiu majority, ;". House Rep...

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. — 29 October 1875

MISSOURI. A NIHETY-KILLION DOLLAR LAWSUIT. Tlte Missouri, Kuinn unil Toios Itnll rond'e Slorlgnize of g:iO,OOOfOOO A Cant- that Affect n. Thouuaud Happy Uouitntcad. From tic New York Sun. Washington, October IS. The ease of the Missouri, Kansas :iml Tex:us Kail road Company against the United States and the settlers upon the Osage ceded lands will be argued in the United States Supreme Court this week. The ease is one of great magnitude. The Railroad Company claims to have al ready mortgaged the lands for $30,000, U00, which is not more than one-third of their actual value to the settlers. The Railroad Company is represented by Senators Edmunds, Conkling and Frelinghuysen, and "Mr. Phillips; the United States by the Attorney-General, and the settlers by Judge Black, Judge Lawrence of Ohio, and Governor Shan non of Kansas. This ease vitally affect the homesteads and the material inter ests of a largeVommunity of people. It concerns the reservation set aside by the United States in 18...

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. — 29 October 1875

TERMS: 1 50 per year, in advance. mVKNTY CENTS .UHUTIOXAL (for postage) TO dirnscimiKKP orT ok the coc-ty. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar jut square tor first insertion, and fifty Omts fur eaeh mVeiuent insertion: Oiic -quart-, twelve lines nonpareil type, or oho inch down tlj- column. Administrator' Notice S: 00 Final -settlement Notice :; " Strav Notice Loral ten re.M-; V-r line lir-s i.;-er! i.n-live cent, per line lor eaei, ,nle.,m-nt uiM-rtion. Wh.na Mii.M-riber-; time expires, we will I'.T' rm-v wllnMoS'ns;' wi!,'!,' ii "v ! It one Dollar lor rsicii a.ntiuonai ammai . tnaric. n tin y wouk: renew, or ai -e ihiuiiu u.i that tliev wi?h the jiajter ili-rontiniu il. ;.. . " f Anii)i,MM.,M,..Ml.JlW,.l. - Xi:r COXSTITFTIOX XO. Election. Saturdav, Oerober ."nth. 1S7"). JDLECTIOM NEW COIMSTITTJ-TION-lSrO! To-nurrow is e'ection vlav to (te- :hle bet ween the prccnt and new eoiitiiu!ioiis Eot. every friend to hc. true interest of the. State, and of popular education, come to the polls ...

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. — 29 October 1875

Republicans Successful. It is always well, after a battle, to look over the field and see what has been the power widen has Isrnulit suet-ess or lel'ldnh at, s. Uiat in the" liiture we may le wiser. It is just as essen tial to rivo the meed of praise to proper judgment in .success as to discover our weakness ami c-iuse of di-a-ter in de ftt. Adanjferlo the welfare of our government nas in-cn j;aimii nourish ment from the weakening, the letting down of the loyal sentiment ol the peo plv'. The loyal men ot the nation have b esi letting themselves dowut) tlie dis mv.i! s'-ntinnMit until it has liecom.; a!-ui'i-i popid-tr to sneer at the success of ur syoverimienl in the rch.ilioa. and, ! innuendo, at lea-1. com ede the just ". of the reiiel cause. AmoU"- tiie iir ; tiling-a man under Uio-e cireinn i:nv doe-, is jo declaim loudly aahist tic tyranny of the h'epuiilienn adminis tration, curse it lor its corruption, and -a ut third term' as a climax totrhrht fii tae timid and lead honest m...

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. — 29 October 1875

The Deserted Homestead. BY I1KNJAMIX I'. TAYLOR. I. Full twenty summer-times ago I walked along this country road, "When life ami love, were both in blow And none would dream it ever snowed. T saw a fichoolma'am coming down, Her rippling hair was golden brown; I saw her firm and slender hand, I saw her fool-prints in the sand, A pair of rhymes in dainty typo That brought, to mind the old Gazette "Where village poets used to pipe The cricket corner where they set, Tn little letters, chirps of song "Whose lives were only cricket-long And read them oil", as children tell A poem by the nonpareil. ir. I turned highwayman as I stood l'encath these oaks now olden grown, And cried, as ruder robbers would, "Thy life and treasure are my own!'- 1 halted her with love's surprise And saw my answer in her eyes. A bee was busy with a flower, A bird sang low from maple bower, The old white school-house swarmed with noise, "We heeded not the Uabel rout. The girls knew better than the boys What, mean...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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