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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 8 November 1872

t "rjjj aafl Wilson Club. a. Township Giant and WAson aa "t?RT SATL'KDAY KVJC.V1NG, at a a"' irVterman's Building, northwest of KjTw Sh. liUtouriT'All those op- eipste in "Trm.il TiBie-Table. p.in- fltr.St. Jo'P C. B.Ballroad. tout No. -HL-Ite 'uantic uucaga m;w) IS, o.iw 10:00 10:15 R:05 10:15 8:2S 8:50 9:10 9.-33 9:38 S:J4 9:57 9:30 9:10 8:57 8:40 9.-08 8:13 8:34 8: 10:10 ,7:50 8:10 Toug north, passe. Savannah at 7 x. Iftgat6;.- MylSAH DIRECTORY. f, ii fail column, JV f cars per lias tfSatJU, including the general head. 'ef.tirti column 're reliable. ffiXttlrVerti their retpectite calling,.- . imAmTPVO P r- ffE. "ASK Tin Northwest rsfiMonri. SLaoii Jlvtn to business In the county Pl H" V SW" - ninnivr.S hui resumed the prae- fOJ ; iiw Hecn be found at his old of ttW of the public square, Savannah, "i rnFENXEE, attorney and conn- M. tl...l aHanflnn rrl ro "" " BAKERY, &c CLOTHING, &c V SCHUSTEtt A CO., dealers In ready d.cloUdu7. hats and cap., boot, and Rats' furnishing go...

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. — 8 November 1872

I . NEWS IN BRIEF. The East. W- ILTwkd surrendered himsolr to the sheriff, at New York, the other day, and gave bail in $5,000 on each of the indict ment pending against him. Mayor Hall cave bond in similar amounts. Thomas C. Fields, another member of tha ring, failed to put in an appearance, and the Jndge ordered the forfeiture of his bail. It is stated that Boss Tweed's trial will be postponed until next spring In the trial ol McWilliams, Chief of the Jersey City Po lice, for complicity in the robbery of the Jersey uuy liank, one or the robbers testi ficd that the Chief incited 'him to the deed, stating that there was $200,000 in it, and promising, for 20 per cent, of the plunder, to lei me inieves escape it caugnt. Ei-Got. "William F. Johksto.t, of Penn sylvania, is dead Lagraye, the swindling New York broker, who fled to France some timo ago, has been brought back and lodged in iail. in default of $40,000 bail. ..An immense coal fleet, consisting of nearly fifty steamers, baring...

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. — 15 November 1872

-j. HE ANDREW jffP KEPeBLlji: f x Y E. PAUL,. Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDfY, NOVEMBER 15 , 1872. VOL. II.--NO. 4 "Poor OM;Horee'. --r, ;''- ' J - , Trota he.rrilriTn!r. BiTini witictd in ht'Farmrr bf .the J7th inst rt?Ofrol- the 'Jfiori Jlcpnklican, of Wtiat MmArU to be the words of j.n old tone entitled. RgyTirUoMel Let Mm J)iol" and fiadins tier dr saiwbat from, the one I committed ill In famish yon witKn copy for publica WHB ujmi wnj, jcin 1KO. X HMD UK rinr.'UT ID UOIDk. lLJniSat DOM1D1T D In any event, a perusal of tutrothfol lints, ft-ay prove of benefit, and untftbefaeirt of wme abusive and tyrannical ma of lht noble animal, the horye. ", . ' ' D. C. Nitres. )(j dot-in" was once of the "Linsey Woolsey" jjj'mi" a,hniin down, and my coat 'it did Ftow I m prowinK old my nature doth decay. 2knuterliedotb.frownenme.-and one day I iTeardhi-it-r. roor old horol Let him die. Hill old. he is fold, he Is liy. dull and slow, lie nil up all my bar. and he breaki up all my -litis ...

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. — 15 November 1872

THE TEUUS: 150PEK YEAR. IS ADVASCE. O E. PAUL, Bditor and Publisher. PRID AT M0iNa,N0VKMBERlV7 GBBAT PIBB IK BOSTON. t - On Saturday Night last a fire breko out in the solidly built business por tion of Boston, which, aided 'by a strong gale of wind, soon enveloped mlioln Mncks of buildings, and went wecpinginanirrcsistable.ayalancho ncross the heart of the city, cugulung millions of property in its broad track of destruction, in the space of two days. The devastation uarcly equals in amount of property destroyed, the great catastrophe at Chicago thirteen months ago. In money, the loss is estimated at from $100,000,000 to150r M,000,but there can be no accurate approximation as to the loss involved iu this dreadful calamity. The boot, shpe and leather - trade, in which Boston led the world, have been Wotted ont not a single" warehouse being exempt from the destruction. The only consoling feature is the fact that the buildings destroyed are business houses, and that but few families a...

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. — 15 November 1872

.n read Time-Table. " -Coin? North-v ,-Goinr Couth-, Yuantie Chicago Kan. City Puciflo vinji Exures Exvreas Exnresa r-K. r-r.x. a. v., p.x. .8. -05 AM 8:10 8:23 n-n 10 .-03 JO 9:34 9. -03 8:43 8:34 sal 9 0:30 :10 o-r-'::i?' &Z7ZJS& W:10 7:50 8:10 '"Km max north, passes Savannah at 7 a. t3&&ttat6:30.,w. gMTOH DIRECTORY, Jjxnjjfiiiuu, including the general head. 1 IDU aiinam arc u wik i their rerpectite cetUnt. ATTORNEYS. rTvRYAK, attorney at law, will practice ' J? the oonrta In Northwest Missouri. 6. i' .if the oonrta In Northwest Ulssouri. UjivSat courts, umce un uto wat aiueoi r w B BIDDINGS has resumed theprao p -e 0e pan be found at hia old of "SS side of the public sq.uare, Savannah, &5 ?L a QEEENLEE, attorney and conn wPIjlaratlair. Farticnlar attention given "ifSons. Offlee on the aouth side of the Bank Building. 23 BAKEBY, &c Hn sHEDEICK 4 CO., Eagle bakery, con. , fccttoEtry and restaurant, west side of the "' i m - 7 X. SCHUSTER co-1kacaera bootand ...

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. — 15 November 1872

NEWS IN BRIEF. Tho East. Tax death of Mrs. Horace Greeley, which occurred last week in Now York, was cot an unexpected occurrence. Bhe had been for many months an inyaliil.and for several weeks prior to the sad event her death was daily looked for. Notwithstanding the par tisan feeling of which the bereaved husband has been one of the principal objects, he has the sincere sympathy of the public in his sad affliction. He wasa constant and un tiring attendant at his wife's bedside up to the last moments. Mrs. Greeley leaves three danghUrs. The bankers in the oil regions of Penn sylvania have been holding meetings with a view of forming a combination to control the crude oil market The plan is to organ ize an agency with a capital stock of $1,000, 000, through which the entire production is to be bought and sold. By this means it is believed the price can be maintained at $5 per barrel The jury in the case of Chief of Police McWilliams, of Jersey City, failed to agree, and he was baile...

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 November 1872

Sat tcl 'VP gto? " I -'T odt s .. -, t aoi2;r:j The Andrew t 0. E. PAUL, Publisher, JL Kiss at the Door; - , rfc Were standing in the" door-war .t-: tlly little wife nd I ' , Ibe golden sun. npon her hair'- Fell down so siltntly. a -small white hand npon tny arm "Wliiteonld I ask for" more, K 2'JE" Kwi Miowso; lowwitH Ml her heart me ono. vrtb stands betide 1 And the ?taia have been to joyous j' - 'Sinee'Ert I eiilled herbride! " UqTliad to inocli of hapi-ikcs , ,5mee we mtUn yean before; ,-. M-But tbe bppier time of all was When (he kissed me at the door. Who cares for wealth' of land or cold; tVlt Of fMnevortnatshless power? It does not sive the bapptnera -Of just one little hour. t .-Wite. one who loves no as her life She fays she "loves me more' And t thcusbt 'he did this morning t Wins cite kised me at the door. At timts it seems that all the world ' " With all its wealth and sold. Is Terr small ar.d poor indeed. .Compared with what I hold 1 Bat when Ibe clouds bans trim and da...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 22 November 1872

Til E ublir.T.i 5 TEUMi: U W PER. YEAR. IX ADfAXCE. O R PAUL, Editor and Publisher. Knin Avfotffiiso, 5qvkmbeb 22, 7? rBsTBoeLEa verdiot. j The question upon which the ver dict of the people was. taken on the 5th Instant was, whether or not the policy of jthe, Republican partv, as heretofore panned) 'aW hereafter to be pursued as announced in. their nlatform of 1872. should meet the nn- provai or couamuuatioii ui mi; jii.-u- ple. The increased, majorities must bo accepted" by, 'the whole pcopio as a vindication of .tU Republican admm Jstratioit of irovornmeutBl affairs, so frcas the past.icbiicnrncd; and as a renewal of confidence for the future. If Home Democrats broke away from their party tics and voted the Repub liciui ticket, ,it was, doubtles s because they believed thatthe interests of the countrv would be safer in the hands of the Republican party than in those of the opposition. That th'e'jndgraent of those Repub Means whorleft-their old party organ ifation was at fault; th...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 22 November 1872

gsanta fepaMfem. vrprr Friday ilombr, at t JLd SI jitlJEj iWe of the Public Square. i ii i 1 ... . .... OF SDBSCIUPTION: OBejear, in advance- r. 91 SO, .... fiTCnriiw a ,, linesorlcss) one Insertion. ..$100 insertion, per square-., oo """""eme year. 0"7r7i. oaeyear 10 00 .! oa jilunw, one year. .is 00 5SSi. one year .45 00 one year.. ...5 00 - 60 . 4 00 - 4 00 .. 4 00 lio" nireetnrr, r une per ""- TJirsWra' .imiOT.- jttiggfnt Xotices - - - uckSJii'inimil in tame notice.. i at Siadiiw ..-uuied by blanks andcuuto JT "JUui wlW matter. No advertisement HBTl thin a uare( and all tractions tf.Mornnre to be counted as iuarcs. s'Kii'jtdverlisements, one week, St 00 per rJ"I'gJjubaequent insertion, 50 cents per .rriACmcna in the local columns, ten "rtrae for ttc first inscraon; uve cents o ...ti suae , l nnrtinn gSfrtlSeW responsible for printer! i, ineanminnlcatioiu, advertisements Ac.. tfflrt5rtion the same week. ahouldbe. ffitogffiSre than Wednesday. gjrtd liwc- fable. taaiatr, St. Jostph...

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. — 22 November 1872

NEWS IN BRIEF. The East. Virtcous and law-abiding Boston is agi tato! by the perpetration of a crirao out of the usual order. Two barreii were found floating in theCharlesriTer.and upon open ing them the body of a man, cut m seviral revealed. The murdtrcd man had on hia clothes, which were of the best quality. Ererything seemed to indicate that li vn wealthy, and that he was mur- dored for money. It is stated that Metdames Woodhull and Claflin, the New York free-loTe seitators. hwve become alarmed at the prospect o the Penitentiary, They admit the falsity of the published state ments concerning iseecner, imoa ana unai lis. and offer to retract everything and abandon New York, provided the prosecution is withdrawn. The injured parties, How ever, will not compromise, but aro deter mined to nress the case until the libellers are lodged within the strong walls of the Tea financial disasters resulting from the Boston fire have been less marked than those following the Chicago calamity. S...

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 November 1872

x . S -' "'!f .r. -.3 ' ' . ..;P.. . . The 0. E. PAUB, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1872. VOL. II.-NO.'6. Andrew REMiiicMi A Domestic Tflfe. ST AMCX ClKtT. 'Ti you. my love. I know that bill ! - How hilly you matt be :" ' Bring up the rocking-chair, Eslell." " Kate, hurry on the tea.4 g1 '.MTowgladlamr "Kowmaka bash. Kale. J - And hare thioka nice &' you hear? ' Ufa the new ChinaTind the plate As if six guests were here." "Be rare the tnift' an even Hown " " My lore, you likcitso? Waatnes isttirringdown In town?" "Estell. jajt run: below. " And tell the girl she may prepare Some oysters and prune;. ' -(We've had of IatsU-h wretched fare). And to rub np the spoons." Ka! a tioier table-cloth.. And not the one we've had. All stained with coffee and with broth. It really Teas too bod. " Twist pretH'y the napkina up, And oh. for mercy's sake. Don't Kity; call us down to sup, .Tiatilyeu are baking cake." " D' you ay what news there was ? Now then. She's mnt, and...

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 November 1872

THE t-ERT!L- SI ii-CJ! YEAS. f.V Al'l'JXi C O B. PAPIi. Editor ana Publisher t'RinAroRyixa, NOVEMBER 29,'72 MB. GREELEY'S HEALTH. A most painful report has been In ciruilatioii, originating with a New York morning paper, to tlic effect that Mr. Greeley's mind had weak ened, aud tlmt lic had been confined in a lunatic asylum. Much cxeitcmeist ttm occasioned itrsome. parts of the country ,bf this unexpected intelli gence, and siucere regrets and sympa thy were expressed by all. Mr. Gree leyV friends. hare denied that there is any truth in the report, asserting that hchas been much distressed for some time past, aud greatly prostrated, but when last heard from had sutticiently recovered to be able to eat regularly and converse with fricuds; that he is iu need of rest and seclusion from the Himovancc of visitors or the cares of business. The weight of the political excitement .upon his mind ha been depressing,' it is averred, but possibly not damaging to the mental ability of a man of M...

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 November 1872

9 MISSOURI; Off; - , ,-iTnicxniim'i'mv - sac "" - S1 M III' II sffffffjE ADVERTISING : m lines or one Insertion. -SI M rn l 000 10 00 15 00 25 00 4J 00 WIS, one year 3 00 PtSSs' botfcea. 4 00 t Notices 4 00 Sepy5.i :Sml in mine notice 1 00 t on J?IU, e.ecupit by bhinks ami cuts to U "IS 13 solid matter. N'o ndvertiseraeut ti !jis thn t.quare, and all fractions iStarf0rnure to be counted as squares. 'rjIjtiiuequent insertion, 30 cents iicr ... ' t. - 1 1 ..1.... ... 'Vj.laTtn"'" fl.-stiuseition: five. Cents a hsul)5!nent insertion. . .n,nmmuaicationJ, advcnisements.Ac, irsr1a7trti'muej5a??',;r,erl' houldbo ..iHi-fr than Wednesday. giurd lime- able. ,!Cltr.SUcs phiCB Railroad. " - . v-,- Oninr- South Express Express Express bxpresa Tu P.M. A.M. 1. M. rv ..ns in-i in!1; tJotph ?:JJ S:05 10:05 10:15 833 850 9:10 9:23 953 S:3t 9. -03 8:H S:S1 8.-23 7 -W 9:.V 9:30 9:10 t 6; lJctow .:15 10:10 Si7 AlTiT AH DIEECT0R7. &(( rMe i rAftroaaa aite iSttriilhtfonnTi in their rttpertnr callin jt...

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 November 1872

NEWS IN BRIEF. The East. Teh persons were killed snd ten wounded by the Boston fire, so larss known. Several re missing, some of whom mny turn up Although not more than 300 families have been unhoused by the disssttr.it Is estimated that not less than 25,000 clerks and sewing women are thrown out of employment...... Col. Atherton, of Massachusetts, who was the first Union officer to enter Richmond after its fall, and received its surrender from the Mayor, is dead The death is announced of James Hsd'cv, Trofessor of Greek in Yale College. On of the buildings on Otis street, Boston, destroyed by the late great fire, was owned by Christine Nilsson, and was valued, ac cording to the assessor's records, at $51,000. ......Twenty-seven newspapers and maga zines were destroyed by the Bjston fire, among which are the Journal of Chemistry, Journal of Applied Chemistry, Ballou's Monthly, Franklin Shoe and Leather Jlecord, Watcrly Magazine, and the Freematon's Monthly. Susan B. AnthoDy and four...

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. — 6 December 1872

- - - iW . .v r ' . - . v - " T ! ir -i-ni m mi ii I,. ... . ; it 3 J.iI oi i o 3li . ... " 7 J TIT 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1872. f. Jjjh1uU ilia t W . lt"V.r.lv 'V. '-'ob" -Siasoavia . ' ' 1 : ' 1 - - ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' 1 " 11 . " 1 .i ' i-.n, .. .' V . ...... . The Turkey. Tmw lbs turkey in his matohless pride: The barn-yard ground with crest erect, ho n-jiutijects marched behind and'bj- his tide: And he. grand Turk ef.all. imperious (talked. Vo crowned kingpoula with thisfowl compare. In hU majestic ttep and stately air. Uiculfat hi! fullTheiitht he proudly raise!. Each other turkey meekly bent hit head : And then around him in c intempt he cai?d, And could he f peak, I'm sure he'd thus hare "Show me tbe'turkey on this farm', I rayF That from myself can bear the rIm away;" Thus thouihtthe turkey, and in grandeur flood; But toon the ruthless Tanner-boy drew- nigh, VTv lishthand sternly cmped a club of wood. Uis fleevc-s up-rolled, and murder in 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. — 6 December 1872

r- THE al l Pi. TIM. Jf prayer. TJSRATS O. E. PAULXdltor and Publisher. Ii'kiday MonyiJQ P.ckmbeb 6, '72 CIVIL SERVICE REFORM. Senators and Congressmen should congratulate themselves that .the President has resolved to vigorously cufoxccthoclvU sevice reform pro ject -which was passed upon his rec ommendation. It lifts a great bur den from their shoulders. In this connection, the St. Louis Democrat saya pertinently- that it is a false no tion that the power of distributing public patronage increases a Con jrrcssman' popularity with hi con stituents. Judge Kclley, of Phila delphia, made it a condition of fit's acceptance of Lis hut nomination tliaS he would not, if elected, Uec his in fluence for in against the appoint ment of anvllepuulicaii to a federal viBee, and his experience has been of mch a character that he unhesitating ly recommends other politicians to f"Ilow his example. It hurts a man's' popularity to de cide such controversies among his neighbors, fotr h nst inevitably ...

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. — 6 December 1872

'',''3Q3r-a3 .i- iw THE . . . - . Missocra. ..-ft- rZZI PSUBSCIUPTION: SO rrS . -rv-rrf RTICT'Nrfi M5eitfon;periquT: K"7a(i, ly" IS 00 S'rtfiTwif w iet W'V veaf : 5 ou B!BA55?..r .75 00 ?5,&; per line per annum SO KSSS ff-9:- " oo if-ewwat "" r oo 'aS-V i animal in saine noiiw.. w SJ&'ZZmiei bf blants and cuts to R..im0ff?ES;.?r Xo advertisement SsiBaMUare. and allfracUons (SlL counted as squares.. fVSSutenienW, ope week, 1 OOper Si J!rat. in the local c'olnmns, ten rrHieflrst Insertion; Ave cents a feffie&ion of adver WetW.'SrSkf responsible for printer's "janu"" -miieitions.adTertisements.Ac., &Vl!S ttesanieweek1 should be M0. "r.7Ttor than WeaneBaay . 1 - WfWL.. Xorth- Gomp Souths TSntie Chicago Kan. City Pacific Express Express Express A.M. r.u 8KB 8:3 :10 8:38 10:03 9:31 S. -OB 8:15 8:M 8:23 7:50 10:15 9:57 9:30 9:10 8:57 8:48 6:10 Krae S--05 10:10 yAMAHPIHECTOEY. ATTORNEYS. ftdS JLdon driven to business in the county ESTeourti. Office on the -west sme.oi fors B...

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. — 6 December 1872

NEWS IN BRIEF. The East. Horacc Grklct haa been Buffering seri ously from nerrom prostration Stanley, the discorercr of LiTinptone, arrived at Kew York from Europe last week The 'exten sive job printing home of Bind 4 Kvtrj, in Boiton, ni burned last week. It was the largest and beat appointed printing establish ment in New England, employing over 200 hinds. Lota, $250,000 The large tobacco warehouse of Pen-in 4 Hace, in Jersey City, was destroyed by fire recently. Over C.000 hogsheads of tobacco were burned, involving a loss of between $600,000 and $800,000. Jay Gould has been arrested in New York, on the complaint of President Watson, of the Erie railroad, who charges him with having defrauded that corporation out of about ten millions of dollars Mrs. Putnam, of New York, has recovered $5,000 damages from the Seventh Avenue Railroad Company for the loss or her husband, wno was muraere i oj one Foster cn a car belonging to that line. Ajiotkr of those fearful nitroglycerine explosio...

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. — 13 December 1872

.. . M riffl : A' n J- vfic r - .jam - . m Jwm - --... f I TTT71 tt-b- ArJ&S T ssssssT sssM H H r TsK I ssB. M w sssssi SaV saM 1 B MB V UiL. XK sV CTA .A. -MWassssn.au. sssssS . . . H sss k. sT i 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. The Old .Letter. Onlr aTellow M letter In a womsn's delicate hand. With jart a falnj hint of perfume. Why I keep it yon don't nndentan 3. ,JT irf niovtn once, hat we quarreled Pride against pride too know; It U jimply-tha aame old story. And it happened years aso. It it qaite a thine of the past. , 'fiheii somebody else's wife, While I I can smile at the passion .Whose rapture, once thrilled my life. Quit a thin; of tho, cast and yqt. i Ai with dreara-tronbled'erei I stand "Idly ecasnini this. yellow old letter In a iromanVdelicate hand. Dritl"froin;me.the loveless present, ind I aliaoit think I can traeo Tn the laded lines of a letter Jly old lore's beautiful .face.. Anil know in my .heart of hearts, m ??Jmt'ai Uthfty'u I may. t-""-Hrllfe has nothing- to sive me...

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. — 13 December 1872

i i THTi fortto Strontn fftptiblifaru TERMS.- alfiuPEK TZAR. IX ADVAXCE. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Publisher. FllIDAY M0ByHaPECBM"EBl3 '72 We are sorry our limited space pre cludes the production of the Pres ident's Message to Congress entire. "We make selections of some of the mostdmportant and interesting pass ages, liowevcrwhich will he worthy a nersual. The St. Louise Atlas; has heca merged .iutoftho Democrat. PEESIDEITT'S MESSAQE. Wasuejotox, December 2"- To the'te and Horn of ltfpm.Wi: In transmitting, to you mv fi.iirtB .nnnirtiicssa'C, it is With thaiikvui S t Crrv r of all good that as a Mtiou wo have been Mossed for the fort "car with peace at homo and abroad, and a general prosperity vouchsafed to but Tew people. Witli the exception of the recent devasta- g lire, which swept from the earth with a-hrcath, as it were, millions of acoumulated wealth n the city of Boston, there have been no ou -shadowing calamities within the vear to record. It is gratifying to note, like their ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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