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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 6 March 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS, Three UMIe Valentines. Dear little Carrie, Daughter of Harry, Pits with her valentine on her knee; She's dimpled and darling and two years old, So sensitive shy and so trustful "lOld, She's s eet as a baby can be. In a bab)'s doubting, dreaming way, She fits and wonders, with brownest eyes .Fixed on her marvelous painted prize ; A yellow Yankee doodle Oo a pony red as fire. Followed by a sky-blue poodle Trotting gaily through the mire. ' Cnrious'that money Will buy anything so funny," Ilapiy little one would say, Could ehe.talk she is so wise. In a whirl of golden hair, Bright and sweet as morning air, In flies little Tatima, Pirouetting at her ma, Crying, " See, oh ! mamma see ! All this valentine for me!" A we?, wee man in a big cocke 1 hat, .And trowsers as t-nug as the skin of a rat. And under his lean, brown chin, a llddle Jlnd a wisp of a bow just going to begin. By his merry mad eyes You feel at a glance He is going to play And you're going to dance. Jlis fu...

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 March 1874

Andrew (o. glepublitiiin. TERMS: $1 50 per near, in advance. FKIDAY MOUXINU, MAUClt fi, 1STL AFTER THE QUACK DOCTORS. Wc t:iko the following, on the subject of the bill introduced by Hon. X. II llrown hi the Legislature, from the St Louis Times. Of all the quacks who infest commu nity, quack lawyers, quack preachers or quack anything, the worst and least to be tolerated is the quack doctor. Other humbugs may induce uh into false be liefs or swindle us out of our money, but the medical charlatan does this and u great deal more besides, his power of mischief being all the greater for the well-known fact that half the people in the world who have any sort of physical ailment, or cherish the fancr that they have, labor nnder credulity as to means and methods of cure that amount; in man- cases almost to a superstition. Men and women whose judgments are sound and ac curate in regard to every tiling else, are not frequently the ready dupes of the first peddler of nostrums that crosses thei...

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. — 6 March 1874

"I HAVE DRANK Ml' LAST GLASS.' BY LOUISE 8. LTHAM. No, comrades. I think you, not ny for me; My last chain ia riven, henceforward I'm free ! IwillRotomy home and my children to-night "With no fumes of liquor their ppirits to blight. And -with tear" iu my eyes, I will beg my ioor wife To forgive me the wreck I have made of her life I have never refused you before 1" Let that pass, Tor I've drank my lat Rlaaa, boys, ,1 hate drank my last glass! Just look at me now, boyg, in racs and difirace. With my bleared, haggard eyes, and my red, bloat ed face ! lari my faltering step and my weak palsied hand. And the mark oq my broar that is worse than Cain's brand ; See my rrownlrK old hat, and my elbows and knees. Alike warmed by the sun or chilled by the breeze; Why, cen the children will hoot as I pass But I're drank my last plan, boys, 1 have drank my last class ! Yon would hardly lelieve, Imys, to look at me now. That a mother's soft hand was once pressed on my brow. When she kissed me, an...

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. — 6 March 1874

0TJ2 NEIGHBORS. Holt County Items. The Sentinel of last week was filled with the financial statement of the af fair-, hi the county as they stood m l.-t nt Fchtuary. A comfortable units in the treasury is shown noarly all funds. the li.il- M : - I mi bonds ol Collectors Was unoptc.1. me Atnriisnn OnllntV TtfimS t amendment deluding county warrant' from AtCHlSOn OOliniy items. ,,.,, lur rilllty tuxes was rejected. t'rom the Journal. 1 , wkiinkhiiy. Km'. C. L. liutt.s departs for his new j sKATi:-enator Hence kr introduced a hill lioilie in Colorado next Monday. entitled mi act to protect pearealile citizens Hutu . , , , imposition by religious or temperance tau.ilir. A calico hall Will be given b" the 1 The hill provide that any ieron who shall, im-iii-ili-i Alllsic-l! Society of ltoek without the consent or the owner or occupant of om.Onit.1 .HII..IL.I. 'H-l, Ol 1UH.K ,1liIlUllt ,, the prellll-ei. ,.r SUCll OCCU- I'ort, on Monday, .March !'. A liremi- ' 1!lnt ..rowm-i-or on tin-side...

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. — 6 March 1874

KAJSEIl WILLIAM'S DllEAM. This pleasant little story of the Ger man Emperor is taken from a Berlin publication : There was once a German nobleman -who led a foolish and dissi pated life, neglecting his people, his family, and his affairs, drinking and gnmbling. He had a dream one night which vividly impressed him. He saw a figure looking at him with a serious face and pointing to a dial when the hands marked the honr of IV. The figure looked at him sadly and said these words, " After four," and disappeared. The nobleman awoke in great terror thinking the vision foreboded speedy death. "After four!" What could it mean ? It must mean that he would die in four days. So he set his house in order, sent for the priest, confessed his sins and received absolution. He also sent for his family and begged their forgiveness for offenses. After arranging his affairs with his man of business ho waited for death. The four days parsed on and he did not die. He then concluded the vision meant four w...

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. — 6 March 1874

nun :ttt Railroad Time-Table. Kansas City, St Joseph and Council Bluffs Railroad. North: Mail Mail Express. Freight. Express. Express, St..Jnscph..:t::nrJi am liXiru 2:30 am. Amazonia. .3..Vi 1:38 q:00 tiaianuah ..4:10 i:nsinlale..4U!il l!olckmv...4: llaruard......4 -VI .Muryillc..30 Nodaway ......... 7A1 8:) 8:311 fl:ir. 10:20. 2:0S 3:12 sontn: st.. Joseph.. 8:30am i:10rjtf 12:33 rM 9.-23 AM. U:00 Amazonia. .8:1.3 :: 12 12 savannah... 7 -VI Koendale. ,7::t2 Itnlckow ...IvlO lijrnanl 7'JO JIryvile..6:.IS Nodawav 0:113 4. .in 4:n." 3:4.'. 2:M 12:00 LOCAL BREVITIES. Go ami see Uusell in his new store. See advertisement of Savannah Nur sery. Koads have been very muddy for a week. Bf.ekm.ix's is headquarters for gro ceries. lU'.-sr.ix lias removed to his new store, south sido the square. Br.r.KMAN- will givo you tlio very highest market price lor butterand eggs. Tin: past week.leaving Tuesday night out. has awakened hopes of an early spring. Oats and corn -wanted at Savannah Mills, for ...

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. — 13 March 1874

he A Republican. ndrew XO FATOJl SWAYS I'S AXD XO FEAlt SHALL AWE. it. '"S-Jml SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1874. Y01" in. F" 21. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. AdrtrtUcmcnt in ti column, .fifty cents per tine for one yttt inttudimj the general head. Thoxe irho adrerttte in t hit column are reliable and ttratqhtforicitrd in their rrnpertice callings. ATTORNEYS. WC. SMITH, Attornny-nt-Lnw. OSicc over Savannah Savings Dank, -ccor.d door. T- W. CU.DWKr.L, nttorney-nt-law and V . Xotarv l'ulilic. I'm special attention to collecting, com eyaucing ami investigating , titles. -l T. BUY X, attoriiet at law. will practice j JT, in all the courts il Xorthw est Missouri, special attention gnui-obii-mcti iu tin- roimty and probate courts. Office over the jail, -j lio-itc I'rr.hutv oBlcc. -' I " I COL. X. GIOHlMiS lifts remmed the prar ticcnflaw He ran Ik- found at 1 i - "Id i.l tlre, north side nf the public s.pi.irc, Savannah, Mi-sonri. X -TTM. S. (ITtF.KXLEE, attorney, and conn- V -ellnr allaw "arti...

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 March 1874

TEE t LOWER OF LOVE LIES BLEED ING. V 111 HICII.UIP nKSBT hTODDASIJ. Insetalittle.maldoifcf'dsjr, V" All in the Bright Slay neither; She danced, and brushed the dew away Afl lightly as a f wither. She had a ballad in her hand That she hid juM been reading. But was too young to understand That ditty or a distaut laud, " The flower of love Ilea bleeding." She trip;d across the meadow grass, To where a brook was flowing. Across the biook like wind did pass Wherever flowers were growing tile eome bewildered child she flew. Whom fairies were misleading: "Whose butterfly," I said, "areyouT And what sweet thing do you pursu?" " The tlavier of love lies bleeding !" -"I've found tho wild roe in the hedge, I'i e f.iand the tiger-Ill.'---Jhe bla flau by the water's edge The dancing daffodilly Kiug-cnin and iiausies every flower Except the one I'm needing ; IVrhsps it grows in some dark bower. And opt us at a Inter hour This Sower of love lies bleeding." I wouldn't look for it," I said, ' For y...

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. — 13 March 1874

JtULES OF THE 110 AD. The great leading rule is, that' no one lias the right to be in the middle of the road, except when no other person is present to claim his right to the use of one-half the highway; -which claim he has precisely the same right to assert, when traveling in the same direction, that he has when ho meets another. This is the law of every State in the Union, and so far as we are informed, of every civilized country ; and all per sons violating it are liable for all dam ages resulting from their conduct. When teams meet, the American law is that each, turning to the right, shall rive half the road. The custom and the law of England require teams to turn out to the left as expressed in nn old doggerel : The rule of the road in a paradox quite ; In riding: or dri ins alone, lfjou sp to the left you are pure to get right. If you tn.p to the right yon go wronc. In passing, the party in front is re quired to turn to the left, so as to allow the person in the rt ar who is ...

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 March 1874

TERMS: SI 50 per year, in advance. KlflDW MOItXING, MARCH 13, 1S74. Senator Charles Sijmxkis died in Washington at a quarter to fliree o'clock, on Wednesday afternoon. Ho passed away calmly and without a straggle, after a short but severe illness. Few men in the country's history have occu pied the prominence and held the re spect of his countrymen so long as did Charles Sumner. KOBMAL SCHOOL The St. Louis Democrat throws, cold water on the project of a Northwestern Normal School, as follows : We have always spoken a friendly wtiril lor the proposed Northwestern Normal School ; provided the people of that part, of the State reipiiro it. Jtut it must not lie forgotten that a normal school is primarily for the education of teachers, and not to serve the purposes Ot a high school. A comparatively new State, like Missouri, find.i it difficult to coutiue such schools to tneir normal pur poses. They must work tor a while on a basis somewhat more elementary. It becomes, therefore, a questi...

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. — 13 March 1874

OUE NSISHBOBS. Gentry County Items. Flom Hit- Freeman :unl News. 3 TIio contrail fur buililiii"; tin; county jail vva-: k-t mi ,Minday to -Mr. ('corp Kuoli. of Atlantlitts, for the sum of a'l.SOO. On TiicmI:iv nifjht of l:it week some or the unhum: villains f ("entry coun ty vented their malice toward- Elijah jfotliaway, liy ctiUin;; the jaw and each -.liiiuldcr of lti Iior.-c, ami al-o cut nil" tlie tail of Win. Whitley's horse. On Friday iiipht the seliool'-liou-e of Mt. i'lcc-Iiut- vva- "rocked'" while tin -pell-itt school was in -.is-iou. Alex. Stock ton's colt v:i. mutilated liy the los- of nil car. r. Hit y lost the rope Irom his well, the ptidc boards were knocked from the pn-r-. and James Ilon-so was mulched to the extent of :i pair of .'oitbletrces. All the above devilment wa- committed at or near Mt. I'leasant. DoKalb County Itoms. 'From tin- I'l-gUter. Mrs. Ripley, the woman preacher, i- In ilt inr a pro'tractcd meeting at the Irwin Scliool-lioui-e, two or three miles ca-...

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. — 13 March 1874

n ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN, SAVAXXAH, MISSOURI. NEWS HT BRIEF. PERSOXAL. Prominent citizens of Arkansas have peti tioned Congress to impeach United States Judge Story, of the Western District of tliat State. Recent deaths : Ira Terler, ex-Chief Jus tice of Now Hampshire : Capt. John 8. Mc Cune, an old and popular Mississippi river stcamboatman; Thomas A. Springer, State Printer of California. Senator Chandler has brought suit against the Detroit Free Press for libel, claiming !?100,000 damages. The alleged libel is in a special dispatc'j from Washington charging Chandler with intoxication and disgraceful conduct in the Senate chamber. A Washington dispatch says that Mrs. Myra Clarke Gaines, of Now Orleans, has been before the subcommittee in the case of Judge Durcll, and that her testimony is regarded as of each a character as to require the prompt presentation of the articles of impeachment. Congress has granted a pension of fOO a month to the widow of Gon. Canby. Prof. Edward Towe...

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. — 13 March 1874

Jlndmv (o. jQcyiibl'mn. Bailroad Time-Table. Kz-sn City, St Joseph and Council Bluffs Railroad,.' M.iil.t Mails Express, Freight. Express, E.ptv-s -i Joseph. . li::!.-! rsj U;Io am 1:3.1 i-m S;3uam -,i.u.inia..3:.V iM 1:W 8:(U -..viuiiah ..1:I( "'! i: .-iiKlale..!:.-?) S:) dcknw...4:ti -M ...... i: riMnlJ;.i$ ...... ...... Movillf..5;3u 10:20 Vefavvav.. .. 2;uH 3:12 Snntli." r Joseph. .8:30 AM 0:10 I'M 12;33 I'll v.mazonia,.S;t-i .';) 12 12 -ivaimali... 7:3.1 5:.1 i:..-'idale..7:S2 4.30 ....... V. .Ic.kovv ...7:211 4:03 li.i'iiard......7.10 3:4.1 M.iivillc..U:3.1 5:30 ..lawav - 12:00 0,-23 AM. U;uo LOCAL BREVITIES. Vkkv muddy yet. Cakdeneus, got j-our lmplomcnts ready. I'iioiiate Court moots in regular ses--ion next Monday. UrssEi.L has removed to his now -lore, soutli do the sijuare. Don't forget tho new South Side gro vry and dry goods store Jtussolfs. We have had rather fine weather, this week, leaving the mud out of consider ation. I he aurora borcaiis lit up tno norm cm sky in ...

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. — 13 March 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Tlic Trio. Nannie Clover : Nannie Ckn or ! Mmd the leaf to turn it oer. Don't tie ca.tlefe, Billy, don't ! Ton ran ring well, but yon wont. Don't keep time with all your feet ; Hotter, mind ! when you repeat. Keady now! and let it ring, One two three sins : Mary had a little laml), Mary had a little Iamb, Mary had a little 1-a-a-iub, 2tV ueece was white as snow, And everywhere that Mary went. And everywhere that Mary went, And everewhere that Mary we-ent. The lamb was sure to go." 5 illy ere aturce, what a bother I Making eyes at one another. Mind your note, and look at vie I'm the leader, don't you -e ? Faster. Hilly ! Louder, "Kan ! Wake the echoes if you can. Let us make this trio ring One two three sing : "Bah ! bah ! black sheep. Got any wool? 0 yes ! matter. Three bags fall : One for the mater. One for the dame. And one for the little boy That cries in the lane." Sarali' Story. Sarah's stories -were wonderful things. To be sure, they are apt to be a littlo st...

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 March 1874

Andrew Republican. mm -VO l'AYUll .VII'.D'.S '.S .I.V .VO FHAli SHALT, AWK. Q. E. PAUL, Editor anil Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1874. V" III. r 22: SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Jdrrtirmet in thin column, fifty cmtn per tint fo a.iry''t, tiirtwlnnt the fitiat htttd. Thotr ir.Vff im thr t lit: tolffi rr ttliabU end !rji'jht'trirtnt in thnr rrtjirtttrr vattintfi j ATTORN K VS. mith. IV. A.t t unify Ollireover sjiaiinah.s.nini;- Hank. !-rco:ii! door. " W t'AI.IllV"i:l.l., :ittorii.--:i!-la .mil . .Volar. 1'nlili.- I'.iy- .-jm Vint atlrniimi (lli-ctiii, Vi.in,'..iuriti ami ir:il in jr - ti r ml.- 01 I HIM v.V :itiorii.-t :il . ttill jiihi lire X. In all lln- - ir: - ol' N'urllmrst Mi-soun .Vjpfri.il atn- Himi pitt-ii Imi-ina. in liV rounti jn-1 jir.ili.ilr rutin, oilii-i: over tlif jail, o-Mii!i- l'mli lit oilirt-. -7 COL. X. It. fili:IN:siKri-mii-.lllii-irai--lit-rollim'. lit-r:ll lit-f -HPi! at hi- olil ol llt II mil -lit" of III'" l'.l'illC .-ill:irr, satamiall, mri. 5 T7"M -. ...

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 March 1874

ANDREW COUtlTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. 2TE1VS IX JiBLEF. ry.RsosAL. llaez has been discharged from arrest at Iscw Yort Kohert K. Flcminp. the pioneer printer Of Illinois, died rcccutly at Belleville. The Iiailroad Commissioner of Micliipaii. after thoroughly investigating llio subject in all its bearings, has como to tlie conclusion that it would be impossible to device any measure for tbe regulation of freights that would bo of just application to all of tbo roads, and tbat even separate rates of tariff on each road would bo prodncttvo or great injury to the material interests of the State. He thcreforo asks to bo relieved of tbo re sponsibility of fixing rates of fare. Tbe Itov. Dr. rortcous. an Irish Episco pal divine, who was granted temporary license to preach by Bishop Totter, of tho New York Diocese, and by Bishop I.ittlejohn, of tho Diocese of Long Island, has had liU license revoked for deliveiing humorous lectures and officiating in non-Episcopal pulpits. A suscept...

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 March 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. There IVas a LIUIc Boy. There won a little boy, n-.th two little eye. And he bad a little bead that was just the proper nlzo And two little arm, and two little hand ; On two little leK this little boy he Mauds. Now thU little boy would now and then be cross, ivcau-e that he could only 1 the ery thluR he He wantwl to be thi, and theu he wanted to be that ; Hi headway full of wishes underneath his little hat: " I i.h I was a drummer to beat a lettle-druin ; I wi-h I wai a i?iaut to say fee-fo-fl-f um ; I wi-h I u a captain to ro KailiuK In a ship ; I wi'h I was a fcuctt.n'an to crack a nice nev whip. I wi-h I was a horpe tn ro p'xty miles an hour ; I wish I was the ziau that lues lip in the light bouse tower ; I wii-h I was a sea-gull with two InnR winRs ; I wish I was a trau'ler to Pee all sorts of things. I wih I wa a carpenter; I wish I was a Iml; I wish I was a soldier witli a pitol and a hword ; I wish I was tla man that rocs up hiRh in the bal loon; I wish, I w...

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 March 1874

- 4 JVii.tf.S: SI AO per year, in adcanvc. KKIDAY MOUSIXt;, MAKClt SU. ItCl. THE INDIAN QUESTION. During the tliscnbsion of the, bill for the iirotecfum of btiil'alo in Territories in the IT. S. llonse. of Hei)reseiit:itive. on the 10th inst., lion. I. C. l'sifker .loke as follows with reference to lis benring on the lndiun policy; This bill rnrprcYciitin.r Ihc n'elc i killinif of lmlValn Deems to have letl ton OiMMM-icin ofthe Imliau miction .orr-.ettliat. The po.illnn f thi S.-crctiirviifthe Interior is this: it is one ttircnl limm liiiii lv the ileminils r.( the .cMi-rsli! tl-c-.tcm States mnl Territories. Hi. position 1. fimplv that If vou wmiM pret.cnt cnlli.inn li Iween" Ihc u bites aiti the ImH-ins in that enuntrj . ami civilize the Imiian.. iiiinut runlliic them In their nuiTVatliiiis. Hr ha. been inrrcil by e lierieiice tn this tmritioii Irnm the fact that all the tlcpreilatiini. e.inimltttsl by the.e linliau. tipon the seltler. In the Witt half been commit ttil liv liinils...

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. — 20 March 1874

OUE NHGH30BS. Worth County Items. (l'r..in the Time-. - AW- listtrn Srum iliflvwnt parts of tin oomilv t!iat the .r.i-ti-ft lor wlur.t at the piWiit tm-. i- 1-I1t lliau il has 1m-ii for a imiii!ii'r ni"yin-. Thi'iv have iiei-n mjvit.i1 new f.'itin- jv.- orpiiiizol in tlic nullity in the l;t.-t lew weeks. , Atchison County Items. From I'le Journal 1 The lninl during the. jii-t week or two h:t- Iieeli :ilmn-t f:itlni!iilo-. Tin t'jilici liall at Com-orilia Hall ,m Tiic-iliiy evening was largely al- tt'lllleil. A tenement lum-e on Mr. Peliah Wiiioi" fai in, in tin- linitom, was t-troicd by fir a week or two ago. Nodaway County Items. From tin- llcinocrat J Two or three days ago a numlier of parties eiig.igeil in the li(iini" traiie in Maryville. receive..! unlives reuue.-tiug tuiHhisy ili-omitinuc the tr.-t'lii". On Satuulay tin' Ma-tcr.- of suTior ilinati" (initial's in Xodaway county met in Maryvillc. anil i-clectetl Samuel T. KentiL'ily a- Demily for Nodaway county for the cii-uitig...

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. — 20 March 1874

SXOtt UALLIXU. The iof I, !ooe gold of her treases I straying about her face. And the wind through its RilLru rot-nlies Is running a froliceoine race. 3It violet een hov they darken and flash ! Uer rote-red cheeks how they glon ! Aft ehe atands ankle-deon In the milk-white drift, rutins me with fitiotv. "She tot-eeh the soft flake ro-itid In her pretty hoj deuiali play. Till fhe looks like a fca iiy lupu-riMug Through the billows of foam and spray. She moulds the balls w ith her little bare hands ; Vn you think she would pout er scold If I'd uetle the piuk palms down in my breast To warci them ? they look so cold ! IXer white wool mittens are tiling oa the snow, Each one in itself a flake ; And her silken scarf leside them lies. Coiled up like a crimson snake. 'AlMitt me the tracks ef her dainty feet Have printed the dovny snow, And X know by them where, in another spring. The prettiest flowers will grow. Sho laughs and scolTs when my snow-bulM lly Hanuless over her head. And llirts...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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