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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 13 December 1872

, THE f a 2? Issued livery Friday Morning, at .ivAJWAII. 3IISSOUJU. OrfiCE Kait sldo of the Public Square. "TEiBlS OF SUBSCllIl'TION : nMeopr,oeyear' tanee $' 20 gATES OP ADVERTISING: oonire (10 lines or less) one Insertion.. .31 00 K2ddiUonal Insertion, per square SO nlTsflnare, one year . 5 00 osaw. one year 10 00 JL-lrtitti column, one year. ....... ..,....15 00 fourth column one year .25 00 SllSlf column, one year 00 SeoSnmn. one year.-.- -75 00 rKess Directory, per line per annum. 50 ?2Ktratora ot'or 00 settlement Notices , 4. 00 IffieStAy Notices 00 IS additional animal In same notice 1 00 rs The space occupied by blanks and cuts to Mrtscxed as solid matter, Xo advertisement Tidered less than a square, and oil fractions ffnar lines or more to be counted as squares. "rt-Lcgal advertisements, one week, 81 00 per iqairei each, subsequent insertion, 50 cents per S "Advertisements In the local columns, ten aline for the first Insertion! five cents a J,-., for each subsequent insert...

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. — 13 December 1872

NEWS IN BRIEF. The East. Twkktt-is persons are supposed to have Mien under the ruins of the Boston are, only nine of whom hare thus far been re covered......Jav Gould and Henry N. Smith hare satisfactorily arranged their differ ence! in northwestern stock. Every con-, tract has been met, there is not a single fail ure, and Wall street is as quiet as usual In the second trial of the celebrated Jumel will case, just commenced in -Hew York, in view of the enormous interests involved, a; "struck" jury has been ordered, consisting of. a panel oi ia prominent ciuxena, luciuuiug merchants, bankers and publishers. It is stated that the victors in the recent speculation in Northwestern stock realize from five to seven millions of dollars. All the losers have settled except Henry N. Smith, who seeks to' escape his losses by de- liverine .Northwestern "preferred," insicaa of " common." Hobacs Geiilet's lite was insured for $100,000 for tho benefit ol the Tribune Asso ciation.......Miss Lina Ed...

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. — 20 December 1872

- cotjn:i :.A. . V Andrew ' A. - w 0. E. PAUL, PuMisher, SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1872. i ' - ' i H, f. ' , , . ' " -rr "-.t -' '-a '"" " The ? s j. , Vgj a.t fc AAa'iB Hy tU Efl9H. The Boy's Yerslon. It may be that ion patenl her, Sir, When cnimnt cown this lane? A woman bent, with tired look, Ber clothes, yea know, are plain And eoarse. but clean and tidy-like Tbtrs's cominc np a rain I I're brought her oat tbii old umberell - She is my mother, Sirl AM tbont h she washes, is not well. Bat I'm her comforter: If I'd crown np like other boys, I'd bare supported her. But since I cot that awful fail I're been a cripple qnite. And mother his to work so mnch Her face stows thin anil whits. It's hardest pain I hare to bear To see ber tew at nightl Tes. Sir: we mui very well. If ladies only 'd parr lart week, new ensions for the church Timk their tears ehanis away: The ladiei said, our IMebilU - Tin ne'" get an ounce of tea. My corner says inai a wny ; Do yon mppoie that tk...

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. — 20 December 1872

o v it WW)UMI'l.4'i.HM.:.i.m,(..lrill.i.J,..;,- , .. .- , mm IT! m.i f- .o.. Tim 7aSfS: UUPER rK. I-V JDrXVCB. O. E.PAtn,Bditor and Publisher. J''rij ay Morning, Decrmbeh 20, '72 "INDUCEMENTS." Yj&et -winter the Stato Lcgislatfire passed a law providing for tlie estab lishment of auewLuiiati6 Asyrtim, aud provided that the- tloVeuor ap pointed five Conirssioners tov seltfct the sight for it. W. H, McUenry, of St. Loul9; J. J. MitcheH, of Lafay ette comity; W. E. Gillmorc, Of Springfield; Joseph It. Rickey, of Callinvav couulv, and .Lotus Ilax, oi St. Joseph, were the Coniissioncrs appointed. Various points were vis ited and" examined by the Coniission crs, and St. Joseph was the point fi nally selected as the place for the erection of the now State insliiution. J)uriffithc inspection of -the Comiss iouers. however, the St. Joseph pco- lilc were vcrv anxious to do something thev could to insuro the selection of their town, sonic citizens proposing one thing to be done, and some 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. — 20 December 1872

1 s 1 07f ,ctf -iSi't f therublicjarc.t rweytHr, i ariuce,:i..... St so 10F -iYDVJJirriSJNQ:- oinviW lines oris) onetn!ertldu.vl 00 ...Vnnc rear.: .: 6 00 Wt 1" one rear 10 00 oTaWcolnmn, oneycjir 00 VtrfntorB' Notices. - 55 ....... 4 UU 4 tX) !JSt&Ml 2Tname notice paee oceui-Icl Ty blanks a. He space 'cj..v,. - jflrKl as soliu raaurr. .u mn eriiscuivm I "Sjriri less than a square, and all fractions '.'rinr lines or more tol)e counted as squares. rjtr lines or m ' . ...... .- . wfi,' V,j uiTcrtUcments, one week. Si 00 per -r..5ich subsequent insertion, 50 cents per mart 'lne;riTflrmeiit in the local columns, ten t aline for the first Insertion; lire cents a " rrcacaSTilwinent Insertion. WyriCrtifs ordering the publication of adver oJoBMits wiH be beld resjionsible for printer's 'Ji. i ii cammnnlcatlons, advertisements, &c, ShmTIot Inertion the same weekf r bould be ftadea In not la'er than Wednesday. . gall road Xiuic-'ffable. I ibsm Cltr, St. Joseph k C. B. Eallroafl. -Coin...

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. — 20 December 1872

S. tr - 1 " NEWS IN BRIEF. The Eut. Mr. Hbkbt M. Starlit has been com pelled to dlseontinus bis lectnrri in New York on hit Africin adrentures, for the rea son that tha receipts Ml abort of the expenif . It ii stated that hli faUure ia owing to poor elocution and badly written lectures...... Rogers, the mnrdtrerof Policeman Donohne, waa hnnc ia Brooklyn, K. T.( last week...... A proposition baa been started in New York to erect a printers' monument to Mr. Gree ley. Niab Bt. Joseph, Mo., a few days ago, an express train ran into a waon crowded with people, which was attempting to cross the track, killing three persons, and fatally in juring two others .The owners of the lucky ticket which drew the capital prize (174,000) in tne iiouiSTtue lottery is a party of ten, most of whom lire at Columbus, Ind. AGbexlet Netioaal Monument Associa tion is forming at Boston, to raise $500,000 for the erection of an enduring testimonial to Mr. Greelej's memory; $175,000 hare already been promised t...

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. — 27 December 1872

I COTJNl The Andrew 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. savannas, Missouri, Friday; December 27; 1872. vojt. n.NO. iq. rx , i ..!,:. . t Kepi blicax Before ilio Burial. lath. Ittthy fofcft mantle returning TliHtricJ obild t- the rest, ycitm youth was nurtured 1 1 tty brtatt. T.'bo lorrd thee wifi such ten If r yt amies-1 Setafw tbr e'd nnd woodlawn ir.ivr. And dcrmcd thy humbles, son hii brother: Asleep, beyond oar blame or praise. We yield him back. 0 tent Mother I 'Of rrs'fe. of blame, he dnuik bis fill. tHo fcas not rend the iite-lor2 Mory ? A4 dear who hi Id his fame, bat still Ifhe msn was dearer than his gkrj rdnop to us are left alone The tloset where his slidow Vmscrs, The racist chair-that was a throne The I en just faltoo Troin his fingers. "TTrath ehinjetj to kindness on that pea; Though tTled ill sail it flowed with honor; Dae flash from out the clcud, and thn ;Thekies with tmtle and jest were fneny ; ty.M hefjrely lacked the art. if he Saade his enemy his lover Ch revrfenl held 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. — 27 December 1872

' n THE O. E. PAUL, Editor nd Publisher. FlUIlAY MoKNING, DbCHMIIER 27, 12 MISSOURI finances; A dispatch from Jefferson city of date December 21st presents a com parative statement of the receipts u:ul cxpiilcnturc of-thc-State Treas ury lor the last two years past as fol lows: Receipts-in 1871 to November 30th, $2,959,303j56 ; receipts in 1872 to Nov. 30th, $2," 533, G23, 03 ; decrease, 3u5,681 80 ; expenses in 1871 to Novem ber 3Jlh, $i.3n,532 M increase $316, 633,88. mmm-mmm. POSTAL TELEGRAPHY. The project to give the Govern ment control of the telegraph lines in thccountry, either by buying them outright or incorporating .1 company with certain franchises ai:d limita tions is just now engrossing the at tention of Congress nnd Hie public. Tln-ri' are both redeeming and objec tionable features to the project, anil we rather incline to the opinion that the latter overbalances the former. It is true a mighty monopoly would be got rid of. which in the past has worked much injury to t...

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. — 27 December 1872

"mk-m0mstttmut aaiaaaaK.jaiiiaB r n tjior.1 livery Friday Jlorninj, nt jVlN".lKit side of Ihe Public Square. On11 . foF SUMSCKIPTIOX: rr one 3 car, inadnncc 1 JO .iWllnr4orle)oneinferliin...Sl 00 .Sonal Insertion, per square 50 one year C TO aw... 1 u w oaeV.-- 75 00 K"ry. lr line per annum 50 ISd.wrs' Notices 4 00 iSftment Notices 4 00 ."OSkmfoial animal in same notice 1 00 P'iSoccuiiied by blanks ami cuts to tr -1 ss solid matter. No advertisement f'lfSlws thsn a fouare, and nil fractions tiornwrc counted as squares. 'HSjadvertiscroents, one week, SI OOper IT Si subsequent insertion,- SO cents icr 'ift.'rfrtisiments in the local columns, tew line for the first insertion; the cents a "". lildi subsequent insertion. tjI'JSSrt ordf rins the imblleation of adver tSS'"IlocIltl resiionsiWe for printer's V: ,n communications, ndvcrtisements.Ac., Gjiunr insertion the same week, should lie W&i. V "later than Wednesday. falalCU " TfcTflroad Tiuic-Tnble. nasu Cltr, St. Jcsppb fcC. B. Rai...

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. — 27 December 1872

, am - - NEWS IN BRIEF. The East. At Columbians, Pa., last week, a demon named Eben Porter, in a lit of inianity superinduced by liquor, murdered hii two babea, aged reipectiveljr one and three years, by braining them with a hatchet A Bos ton dispatch announces that an opening haa been effected into the central shaft of the Hooiie tunnel, and that workmen have passed from one section to the other Two other wills of Mr. Greeley have been un earthed one bearing dale of 1S57, and the other of 18C1. Edwis FonnuT leaves his entire property, including'his wardrobe an J valuables library, to be used for the foundation of a Home for Disabled Dramatic Artists. Sixty acres of round within the limits of Philadelphia have been made over to the corporation of the city Ut Wis purpose It is now Known that Mr. Greeley left no less than five wills, dated respectively in 1859, 1SCI, 1663, 1S7I and 1872 The trustees of thoNewlork Tribune held a meeting the otht r day, every member being present, at wh...

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. — 3 January 1873

The Andrew ""Set, " . -1 1 1 r 1 1 1 , t '3 y& 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, fIiTHY. JANUARY 3, 1873. I & WHk.I - iwrtn,TJ .1 1' Vtss -wa ' r 5J YnwanwEwl iLwLf h04IHk BwLwawawawawawLvaT .. i Tlic Litllo Ulass Shoe. A KOITHLiSD FAIET TALK. Ho! bo! hl ha ! Whit is it I view ?" jn Wiltis. the plowman cried. Aj it fait his fuot on a hula glass sboa nit Itj tn the mountain side : "Some Fjy has lost it. there's neTer a doubt Bat ah 1 bow lucky .for me I The owrtr ill soon be roaming about, ToSndnherehisthoemaj bo. itdio." s John. " I'll oirry it home. TtitsjMt what I will do. Who bays this little shoal" be tprttil the etory far and near. FormsnyamUdaryund, Tint the faity folk musht fitrely hear Who the little slasi shoe had lound. lod scon to John a m'cicbant came, ffbo said he had the news: And would the plowman sell the same To a dealer in glass shoes T ltd be offered John a pretty pries for the shoe that he had found ; But Jean replied it was much too meo To 10 fo...

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. — 3 January 1873

THE V O. E. PAUL, Editor end Publisher. t'niDAY Morning, J anuakt 3, 1873. HAPPT NEWTEAB 1 To our man' patrons-onc atd all wc this -week send our greeting of "If apj.y New Year." The commence ment of a new year is universally the time taken by intelligent humanity to view life.prospectivcly and retro spectively. During the past year we have made many happy acquaintan ces among the denizens of Andrew county, made some friends and prob ably a few enemies. Our' ardent wish is that the year 1673 may add , nsntcrially to the list oi incim i the Kepuumcax, while us enemies may be confined to the very limited number we have in our vicinity whose friendship is not worth having. During our connection with the the nast year, it has been our earnest and constant en dcavorto scrvfc the interests of the Uholc neoplo:ofitlic county faithfully uml lioucstlv. Fob this is the true urovincc ofthc county pfper '.o ex pose corruption and present all the fnctspor-silils to be gathered, so mat people may...

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. — 3 January 1873

"St WXXB . i ir.rv Friday .nnniiUK. iSAH.'..., .Me i.f Public Square. . ri SUIJSCKH'TIOX: in adv iiic?- $1 SO Or ADVERTISING: tfu '1.i.,.,orles,) oneliisertIoii...SI on ""vri-- i w .A. nortr--r.rj: .rrlcilUraa, one: 4?,.. i.nei fluraa, rar.'' c:i i - 4,."",.nin..olieear. . w 75 00 .'i0 4 on 4 00 Vuticrt. f:iuf - - , .. 4 00 i'i Sal in Mime notice 1 00 iuOTXpica bv blanks undents to flRf solid matter: So advertisement rIsthsn a square, ami an iracuons a'morr to lie counted iw squares. 3?.?S&nientS. one wk. 81 00 per rlS-jjucnt Daemon, oo ccaia jut .rotnU In tlie loyal column, ten -J'rlhe llrst Insertion; five cents ' ''"tf.lLwiaent insertion, f ,,S tins the public-itlon o! rf,f;ilicl"?f re..insil.le for i f adver- printcr's -..niMti'ins, advertisements, Ac, ,J..'a.r..KiVrlbn"'-"lay- d"! iiuc- Table. .ritr.St. J-s. ph 4 C. B. Railroad. 1 Jr.ei.ig """- -'"n? SV.,' ViLiutTc Chicago Kan. City Pacific Atluc Exprcn r.M. SI Kxprc Kxpn-ss Kxprcss r. a. 8:10 t:3S S-V P:15 9r27 9:3S . x. r...

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. — 3 January 1873

CALENDAR FOR 1873, 1 iMii S SJOll wJ-oHJS.0,!'i5 12 13 u;i5is a i is'u 1; is 19 - jataas'Stfisssfi -. 'itIss a,ao,ji, s;j,.j.J Feb. Er. are. !-) l i 3! 4 51 6' 7l &. 1011 1211141516 i;!ia!i2i:i!22 ft 10 11)12 12 11 IS lit i7li i. n "i '? P,m1.-t,..I 24s;a;saa30 2 u h.'"ih? ' lOll'lTIS H.15 2 X' 4 S' 8 8 10 1112 13 16 17,13 19 20.21 21 aaiss..27a.s. i22'324aar; rwti.J. ' 1 S & 4. M Octfl 6i 7 8 siou'i:' n 14 U1817,tj'l !n!lVI. 15 18 17.1S, U2U2l22(a!4t5 B5j230jL.j Til's? s!s 10' U'lSiai. IS,!.., 18 1 20 ates'si' Hot. 4 , J 81 io ii!cun ij 1S U M 193)3-2 to a w .,., B3 8..'H.27:2II. art- . 1 2 8, 4 &! a " 8 9 1011-12 13, tin IIMT'tfl to '.I I l! V 4 s e 7 iSlliUUH lrwisson Dec a a 15 IS aisjoi.alaail la,29,3al NEWS IN BRIEF. The EuU The contested Greeley will ease ome up Sain in court tt Weit Cheater, N. Y., the "other day. Miaa Ida Greeley presented her deed siring her aister Gibrielle hair the eatate, and Mr. Greeley's brother Nathan and his three sisters presented their...

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. — 10 January 1873

-gain; tsaxix. izs jy !u:uii - o. E. PAUVW,.,, occr.;. SAVANNAH,, M&Sp.UM, 'FHIDAyANUARY 10, 1873, "J y . at t 'I-i i t ait it J .YiijQf I 0 lwa .'JiTt.ni jiojlaX tr?ifo3 ANDMW Mocxn or the siurr. What,! wast la my hnsb&4, lr, And ifyou"re man; sir, YouH glre bciu answer Where is my Joe? rrorbyn, sir.'J CacrnoTsnahirr. afex months ago . Bineo wo caae hole ral, T A a." you know 1 at. ' , . . Well; I am quiet , Ana:ru. Bat I mast stand herf , And wulil-"' " '. ; ' rSease IH be strong j If you'll just let me nit Inside o' that gate TiB the news comValong. "negligence" That wa the cause; , ,i-V nuUtetjl jaCtSi! Oil i Are there no 1tt8 Iiwfl to protect each as trp ! TMIM IP? ; ; i wait raise tnyrron.? Iff- ' "Hi There, men ! I .won! make no noise. . Oaly joVi Jastiel'inebe. - . - -rarrralT fourdid he "J-" fTST'if j Wred! and the ether ones T Eh T v-c Why do they call I Whyarethey.all Loutinj: and coming this way ! rhaita thalT meogigcl all -Af'-'.'i 111 take-it. t . .'I know b Is...

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. — 10 January 1873

THIS veawit i au per tear, adtasce O. E. PA.OX., pditor and Publisher. Friday Mjning, Januamt 10, '7$j EX -GOVERNOR BROWN'S MES SAGE. Ai usual, tho message is very lengthy, hut then it is superior to all. formerionet ifronu the fact that he eschews "national politics and ab tain8irom.aujaxprftssiou.of hia theo retical and fanciful political ideas. The language of'the message, too, is somewhat more "English," and capa lie of being understood by peoplo who have not attained the supreme mental accoraplishmeuts of the "late Gratz." "We have not the spaco for publishing it, nor the time to read it with a view to extended commont. "We reproduco a short review of the salient points in the message from the Missouri Democrat : The first chapter of the Mcssago is devoted to au argument in faror of a revision of the Constitution. The Governor sees a great many reasons which do not urge themselves very strongly upon us; and as a Constitu tional Convention would only be an other Democratic legis...

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. — 10 January 1873

oini M""" 'locd Ercrx rrJdayfVornroff-, 'at ' vin - - - 3HSSOIJKI. ,,frICT-East side of fofrilillc SouareX -UMS;OS rSWlSClill'TION' : r. .orgritc rcara advance ..trrt-s OE ADVERTISING: mrert01tnesor)oiieInserUon...l SS KhltioW Insertion, pcrsunare BO fotb one HSSrthcolnrnn.one gb, one year. .43 00 .78 00 Ufrilors' Notices 4 00 iSwnt Notices 4 08 SSSdition! animal in dame notice 1 00 space occupied by blanks and cuts to ilAttred as solid matter. Xo advertisement "JJEEred less than a square, and all fractions 3 airlines or more to be counted as squares. 'SiioS advertisements, one week. t 00 per jjic; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents per "ifiiKcniieroents in the local columns, ten 7U sltne for the first insertion; fire cents a ? (hretch subvqnent insertion. ''Parties ordering the publication of adver Jrairnts will be held responsiulCor printer's fcJL1ilj communications, advertisements, Ac, iJnMrf for insertion the same week, should be iSadcdln not later than Wednesday. Railroad Time...

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 January 1873

2TEWS IN JBBIEF. THE EAST. P. T. Barsbm's loss by .the destruction of bia museum and menagerie, in New York, is upward of 6250,000. Among the animals lost are noTeral of the most tare la the country, which it will be difficult if not impossible to replace, including two giraffes tho only ones in the United StateseoBting 80,000: His natural history .collection is said to have .been the most. valuable in this country. This is the third time the great American showman has been burned out the first time in July, 1865, and asain to- March; 1868. . . .Caflicsrt Taylor, city, editor of the Philadelphia Press,-has been convict ed of libel. Susan B. Axthoxt and thirteen other females who voted at the late election at Rochester, N. have been bound over for trial before the United States District Court.. ..It is now known that seven persons perished in the fire in Center street. New York, on Christmas eve. ...".?The roof of a car-wheel factory fell in Philadelphia, diuinc the recent snow-storm...

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 January 1873

The Andr EW - V. 0. 1?. PAUL, Fiit-Usher. SAViVNNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1873. mm- KEPjimmm nowxiTAPPY n.t be. - A little one played mong the flawein, In the blafth and bloom of summer houn; She twined the buds In a garland fair, And bound them up in her bhhiing hair. 'Ah me V raid the, "how happy IH be, "When ten years more have pone over me. And I am a maiden, with youth's bright glow Hurtling my cheek and lighting my brow I" A maiden mured in a pleasant room, Where the air was filled with roft perf mat : rare were near of antique mold, n?ant!f ul pictures, rare and old. And the, er all the lovelinwf there. Was fcy'f ar the lovcMcwt and moet fair. Ah me!" sighed she, "how happy (IH be When my heart's true love comes home to me ; tight of my life, my tpirifa pride, t'l coast 3?8 111011 reach my ride." A mother bent"o-er a cradle nest. Where she soothed her babe to hi smiling rest, "Sleep weiy she murmured, eof tand low, a And she pressed her kisses on his 4row; "O child, ...

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 January 1873

ntocb ontn cpnblitan. TERMS: SI 00 PER IX.tK. .V ADVAKCE O E. PAUL. Editor and Publisher. Fiiidav MoMfisa, Januaut 1", '73. THP POPTJLAB VOTE. The official count of the popular roto At the Presidential election in November has been made in all the States, and the general result loots up as follows: TJlvsses S. Grant llbrace Greeley J.ST6.1U i.SOO.fcO Majority Tor Grant 7S0.031 In 1868 the vote was thus: C1t; P. Grant Horatio Sejmour . ........ . S.013,283 2,;ot,;oa Mi-ority for Grant- 309.K9 The Topcka Commonwealth has been looking over the returns, and finds that Mr. Greeley's vote was 97, 000 more than Horatio Seymour' in 1863. But then it must be recollected that Mississippi, Texas nnd Virginia did not take any part in that election la those States Mr. Greeley received 200.000 votes, so therefore he fell About 100,000 short of Seymour's vote in the Union. IrCFcnnsylvanirt the vote for Greeley was 211,031, against 813,332 for Seymour. Graut's major ity iu the Southern States was 3...

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