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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 20 March 1874

AX AllUVMEXT FOR PEACE. The following extracts are taken from a series of tables recently published m Vienna : The Russian anny comprises SG2.000 wen, 1S1.000 horses, and 2,084 cannon, j Germany has 37 divisions of infantry, j 5 divisions of cavalry, '.M7 batteries of , artillery, comprising 855,000 men, 90,- 000 horses, and 2,022 cannon. j Austria has 45 divisions of infantry, t 5 divisions of cavalry, 215 batteries of j cannon, making a total of 740,210 men, j DS.125 horses, and 1,(500 cannon. , English armed force comprises 471,- 000 mm, and France 300,000 men. The remaining States of Europe make up ith the above a total of about 0,000,000 of men. If each man could earn on an average one dollar daily, here would be a total loss to the world of rive millions of dollars a day. And the cost of support and wages of the men alone, including officers, will make live millions more, or ten millions a day, rsolnsive of the cost of arsenals, forts, bhipj, wagons, tents, hospitals, etc. THE...

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. — 20 March 1874

Railroad Time-Table. Kansas City, St. Joseph 2nd Council Bluffs Railroad, North: Mail.t Mail& Kxiirw. r'n-iRht. Kiivm. i;in".i. -t .li.i(i.li..:i'l." I'M ti:ll am 1.15 i-m i::aiA.:. in:i7otiia..Vi li:.Yi ls 3:iin vivaunali ..4:111 M :-. n.l;ilc..4:.;i S:M . !!olckitt'...4:4i HiVt Itanunl 4AI 9:15 Miir.willc ..330 10.-JO Nixkivjy 2H)S 3:12 Soixth: t..)nrili..8W AM 0:10 rji 14:55 ru Vmaznnia.. 8:0.1 asm 12 i "viviiniiiih...7--'i.l .r:0."i ' i:iii-iulnle..7::i2 4JM ' Ibik'kuw ...T."jn 4:0.-1 ljruanl......;iu 3:4T ....... Manville ..USB 2:'J0 Nmlawav ..... li:m' was stolen, lie billowed Jr thief to St. Joseph, where lie was arreted and identified, alter he had sold the horse for thirty dollars. The fellow who ttc' tho hoie gave his name as Morris, and says he. is seventeen years old, and came ( from Michigan, where he has a widowed 1 mother, lie was committed to jail, the i charge of horse stealing being certified JAIL DELIVERY. KLEPTOMANIA. ! AT THE OLD STAND. Throe Prisoners Escap...

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 March 1874

The Andrew Republican. -vo favor sir.ir.s r.s j.v ,vo fear shall awe. O. E. PAUI., Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1874. V' HI. F 23. r - - - SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. J Mreftiremextt in thii rolitmn, Jiflj rente per line j ' Joriitf 'jen, Unlading the yrnftit head. Thoe , tttt tir.vtiJf tit Iki't column re reliable and , nlrUjtfrv(ir'l " their rfpertire ruiltngi. I ATTOUXKYS. ". J sr n STKW VIST. A-tilllu-V ill 1 in U id Xnlalt . rilM,i.V.r,r;:!iiM "mfe"S .'.i? i ' 'T- I County Superintendent, become- a law. iiii rrai r..it-inhrt notir-. m j t!lc iriouds of progression and thorough W" cT.xMiTn, education will have cause to deeply re niaccnviTSaTannahaiiisiaiik.sccoiidit.K.r. ; gret the app.irent crawfish legislation I iv which the result will bo accomplished; W. c.imiwui.I., attorney -at-law-and , Xotary Public. . lnj special ntli nlii.il ' 1 1 collecting, con iicvanciug unl luvcsligaiiug 1 litl : : 7. 7T i 01 T. lilt VX. attorney at law, will praiin ci X. iit nil ...

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. — 27 March 1874

AHOREW GOUKTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MI3SOUT.I. XEWS M BRIEF. PBRSOXAL. Sidney Dillon has been elected freeident of the Union Pacific railroad. It was er roneously announced that Oliver Ames bad been cboeen. It is announced that the marriage of Mies Nellie Grant to Mr. Sartorione, a wealthy young Englishman, will occur in April. The ceremonies at Washington over the remains of the late Senator Sumner were brief and appropriate. In attendance were nearly all the prominent officials of Washington, in cluding the President, and a large concourse of rrivate citizens of both races, besides a good representation of the diplomatic corps. At the conclusion of the service Mia remains were conveyed to the depot, where they were placed on a special train, and, accempsuied by a few of the intimate friends of the de ceased and the committees of both houses of Congress appointed to attend the fnncral, were taken to Boston. All along; the lino there were many demonstrations of sincere sorrow. Crowd...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 27 March 1874

( THE LITTLE FOLKS. Sweetheart' Valentine. Sweetheart is our baby Koee-bad, four years old. Sunny-hatred and dewy-lipped,-- Werth ner weight iu gold, playing in the parlor On that merry day, When the birds go mating, As the wise ones say. Sweetheart called out gaily, " Keep till, Bess and Sell ; Finks I hear 20 postman ' Vingiu' at re bell." Quickly, at the summon, Gentle Be:?ie sped " Here's a lot o letters Valentines 1" cned Fred. ' " Two for Sue and Nellie Three, yw, four for Blair One for oh! my senses! Sic&tftt'jrt I declare ! Ot re bVssed letter !M Cried our tiny elf : Make it open, Bes:e, Yead it to myself." From the filmy misgive, Sxveetheart's valentine, Slowly, gentle Bcni e Bead each written line: To JI-tAcvty Svt'ctfcart. TVjrV b? tnfi! amuny the .wur, VI.er ynif ore Xorn, my pretty Hone." " Vat'ntiM." " O, my 'tars I" and Sweetheart Heaved a little girl sigh. " Vat is rtlly splen'id Hone, it mikes me twy." Why, you little Itosey," Tender Be- replies, "Valentines sho...

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. — 27 March 1874

THR.UA: Si SO per year, in advance. f Kltt.VY MORXIXU, MAUCIl ! 1(C. INTE MPEB ANCE. TTmiillv. ill neakinr of inteninerancc. an immoderate use ot intoxicating nev - ..i-tcres w inpint lint lln-rc im mniv (rages is meant, uut mere are main forilM Which intemperance lliaV take. 1 ... rJ here IS ltltClllllCrancc III eating, prac- tii-...1 l.v in-niv m llu. wiil-siireml iirev- tieed l)J mallj, "''Pruul lr,- ulence of dyspepsia will testify ; intern- u.mnri. in wnrL-inirnnr. il enmmtin sill. luit still, a few arc guilty of it; intem perance in language, from which few or none are exempt; intemperance or vxtravagaur.c in dress and this latter form of intemperance is represented by ., .. , ,, ,i i . . ',..i the "anti-crusaders as tllC beam lit till! nr nl'tlin 'nrtiuuiprV wliicli liipvclits . ... x their pulling the mote from the e0 or r , , ,, ,, . . , . tlie "crusaticu. iuis is meruit saying You're another," mid is no justification to them. One reform at a time is all that is or can bo a...

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. — 27 March 1874

TUE GOLDSMITHS DAUGHTER MX JOHN O. kXE. T. Up spoke the Goldsmith proudly, Unto hW daughter fair: Ah ! here are pearU and diaaios&j. And rubies nch and rare ; But none with thfe. ray llelea, In beauty caa compare V It. In cam a luiht &o pajly, A youth of noble mien; With I ivduM Imc a car!an 1, The liuet cVr was seen ; Span? neither cort nor labor; Tia for my brida!-qi:?en.,r nr. Tho work Is done ; an 1 Helen Crieil, Luciy bnla is hha Who -wear this splendid garbed ! 'Ah ! wouM iti to n;o A eimnle w reatli of rofe J low happy I buouH be!" IV. ' Tin wen, th VugUt icade answer. When li t!iU wreath liad tUM'ii ; jow malt a ring with diamonds And f the pan: eheeu ; ( Spare !irithrcot nor labur; Tii t"t my bridal-iueea, v. The wori is done ; aud Helen CriM, LneVy bride la slip Who wear thU blazing circlet ! Ah ! would hs gio to me One f hi-. otden trMs Hov happy I should be!" vt. Tia Trilf the Luiht 1:11 !e answer; Then to the maid he cried. " I fain wild have the jewel On thee, ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 27 March 1874

1 Atchison County Items. Fmm thr Journal. A disease rus"mllliijr the m:ul ilch . has broken nut anion;; tin- town rows. ( ). (;. SjKirks :iml J. H. (!niy have each lot a valuable cow Willi tin: disease. Ceo. K. Houjo is about to rrmovc lo Cameron, Mo. A young man living in the northern , part of" the county lias a poor opinion nf niatiimony. lie has been married' m weeks anil has had to bur a wis. IIu utTers to bet money that ids wife can wliip a panther. Holt County Items. L Kitim the sentinel. Kolit. 1.. Coleman will this week Snore to near Savatinah, in Andrew voiinty. On February 2-Uli, 'Siptiru James Mapcs, utit wiuntv ami Tcnitorv. The fine bridge across (ho llig Tar ?jeo. near Minton saw mill, is completed and wa given over to the uu of the public on the -llh day ot March la-t. Nodaway County Items. (From tlu- It.-puMiean. A sad sight. On Tuesday afternoo:! we saw three liltlo boys, no one of whom was apparently over S years of age. partaking, turu 'about, from a pint bottle ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 27 March 1874

TUB l!-0.Vr.V'5 CKUSADB. Every city, village and linmlet lias its women martyrs to tho-power of drink. Strong drink is woman's great enemy. War, pestilence and famine arc but slight amotions compared to the -woes that are brought them by the wine cup. The records of ull nations, nnel appar ently the more exalted their social and political status the more patent the fact, prove that no one cause has pro duced the same extent of deep and broadcast snffering, and moral and physical death, as the use of intoxicat ing liquors. The saloon is the place where they are sold, the place where the old and young, the wise and foolish are tempted with gilded damnation, till wives and mothers, sisters and daugh ters, arc by degrees brought down with them to the lowest depth of a misera ble, degraded, hopeless life, too often of crime. Then why should not woman raise her voice, though it be on the paved street and in the public highway, in prayer end supplication that, this curse shall be removed t...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 27 March 1874

Jndr c w o. gtgnbVmn. Railroad Time-Table. -,-sas City, St Joseph and Ccttficil BluSs R-iTread. North: Mail.t Mail r.xpreSK. rrcnnu. f.xpresj. hxprcM. M .Io.-vili..;;:.ti raj Vinazonia.. 3:5.1 KV.innah ..4:10 !;wnda!c,.4;:U iCIO am 1 as wi is as 3:(K f.St n:tt 10:20 l.jli-V.uM-...4:4J K:irimril....4-' UrMillu ,.3SW Vidavcay ....... 2:s Soutb: c..To'cli.. 8:30am l:10rit 123 r ui.-U'nia..8:0." .1:30 12 12 9:4") am. - .vitnnuli... 5:0.) ...... i:.i-iiil:ili-..7::t2 iJM !:-ilclsi- ...7:20 4:(K .. i:nmard......7:10 3:45 Vuryvlllc ..; 2 JO Nodaway li:0O (CM) Fire! Fire!! Fire!!! Farmers, Grangers, Middle- men. juonops, Anti-Aionops, - - a . - r 'I'eiliperance men, Anti-Tem- - perancc men, Crusaders, aders Anti- men, Black - ' . mnn crusaders, White un.il, ui an uiuu jiuui, 5" W hero you Can get tho most rnmU for iho lon'S, monov T . j . IT. BEEKMAN'S IS just the place. Try him, and be eon vittccd. LOCAL BREVITIES. Sr.K aihertisement of X.YXil'elns. Co. Easier Sunday cotues on the 5:U of A...

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 April 1874

OOUNTJ, The Andrew Eepublican. XO FAVOR SWAYS US AND NO FEAR SHALL AWE. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1874. vo1 hi. N 24. orrcsponfccnft. Exhibition at Whitcsville. Marrh SI, 1871. Mk. Eiwtok As exhibitions arc all the go i" many places at the close of schools, accept a brief report of one at Whitesvillc, on Friday night last. A young man, Mr. J. 1). Staley.tausht a select school in the Christian Chapel luring the winter, and so the scholars and young people there got ready ami gave an entertainment that was quite interesting and amusing to many. Over twenty pieces in speaking, dialogue and poetic recitations were given, and over twenty songs sung. One dozen songs and hymns were accompanied on the cabinet "organ, brought from the Hickory Creek neighborhood. The singers" were Homer and Emma Crock ett, Mrs. Flora Crockett, David (!el liart and Jennie Hileman; and among the pieces they sung and played were, "We are Coming," "Sweet Ity and Hy," "Liste...

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 April 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. 1YEWS W BRIEF. PERSOXAL. Miss Ada C. Sweet has been appoiuted Tention Agent at Chicago, vico David Blakelv, removed. Peter Navarre, a noted Bcont dnring the war of 1812, and one of tho claimants to the honor of killing Tecutnseh, died tho other day at Toledo, Ohio, aged S3. Tho bodies of Chang and Eng, the Siam ese twins, have been restored to the surviving members of their families, who indignantly deny that they ever had any intention of ex hibiting tho remains to tho pnbhc The Chicago lawyers have formed a Bar Association, from which the divorco shysters are excluded. Judge Dent, brother of Mrs. Grant, died in Washington, last week, of cancer of the stomach. Georgo Theahald, of Itichmond, Ind., has recovered 50,000 damages from tho Pitts burgh, Cincinnati and St. Louis railroad, for damages sustained in being forcibly ejected from a train. A deficit of 810,000 has been discovered in the accounts of Postmaster Clark, of Gal veston. Tex...

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 April 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Little Boy' Mine. Little Boy Blue, What shall I do? f . Here I am making Music for yon I LUtleEoyEad, Come ont of bid; Look at the sorrows Out on the shed! Little Roy White, Lauzhing and bright. Sitter is sure you're A dear little s prite . Bed, White, and Blue, Waattballwe do? Itattle cura prattle. Here's music for you ! Saved from Drowning. In ej boyish days, I once witnessed quite an extraordinary exhibition of true courage and rare presence of mind on the part of a boy of thirteen years. I hare never seen it equaled and I doubt -whether it has ever been excelled by one so young. It was cn a Saturday morning in the early part of winter. School " didn't leep " on Saturdays, it was our play aay. The mill-pond was frozen over .strong enough to bear about the bor ders, but in the middle the ice was thin and weak. A dozen or more of us went down to the pond to skate. The day wasSneand bright, butcold and bracing; -the air bit shrewdly ; it was a nipping .-and an eage...

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 April 1874

TERMS: SI AO per year, in advance. KUIDAY MOHXIXC, APRIL 3, 174. Disi'atcius from Xcw York indicate that the conference between the great railway travel lines on the subject of carrying emigrants, is likely to prove beneficial to emigrants, as well as result in a great reduction of rates as long as it lasts. Vanderbilt says if it is neces sary to fight the combination, he will carry emigrants at one dollar a head. The eighth ballot for a successor to Sumner as Senator iroiu Massachusetts, Hhows Dawes to be slightly gaining strength. Whole number of votes, 370 ; necessary to a choice, 13G. Dawes 05, Hoar 74, Curtis 75, Adams 15, Banks (i, l'ierce 2, 'Washburn, Whittier and AVen lell l'liillips each received one vote. Married. WILKEUPOX PKTOEK At Savannah. Mo., ii. if., 'etrce, March 20. 1871. 1'V Iter. It. Cruikshank, 1). U nil' II. Wilkcraon to am little re Mr. Jame both of Andrew county, Mo. ISOLOISt! MASOS On Wednesday, March 23, 17, at the residence, ofthe bride's lather, in Andr...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 3 April 1874

Wational. EDITORS FOR APRIL. . ..... ir.. -..1.1 i,lutnnu-v. w". ll'oohcr and Mi Albh j Ihwklcy. Is Our School Law Justjn Its Pres ent FormP Wc often hear t!ic remark made that our system of public instruction is very expensive and docs not pay even first cost; and that the public never received :niv benefit by way of the systcni.uiaking from those who receive its benefits bet ter citizens, or by decreasing crime or jlio number of criminals. That the whole -;toiu is for the purpose ofsup !)iirtiii"a class called teazher'. who are ami indolent and shiftless to earn a live- lihoml in tho usual vocations of life; I CK-lYC ;t j,, .,im0st cverv school dis while the verv fact that they are teach- I t-nt -v.. find ?nrrirriliif liiivs and sonie- h ts is suflirJcnt evidence to tlicm of their . ?r ..11 -..t... .1 ...... i I perfect failure in all other departments of human industry. With this class the iilcvi is vcrv prevalent that anybody can leach school, and that anv one who does teach is ...

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. — 3 April 1874

THE KEY TO THOMAS' HEART. BY WILL M. CAHLTTOy. Hide, with rae, Uncle Nathan? I Jcu't cue an I do. Uy poor old heart's in a hurry ;. I'm anxious to get throngb. My toul outwalks my lody; Ia3' leg3 are far from strong; " An" it's mighty kindo" yon, doctor, to help the old man along. I'm some "at full o' hustle ; there's business to be done. I've just been out to the village to see my youngest Bon. Ton used to know him, doctor, ere he hi3 age did An'if I ain't mistaken, you sometimes seo him yet. Wo took him through his boyhood, with never a ground for fears ; But somehow he stumbled over his early manhood's years. The landmarks that we showed him, he seems to wander from, Though in Lis heart there was never a better boy ' than Tom. j He was quick o" mind an' body in all be done an' said; But all the gold he reached for. It seemed to turn to lead. The devil of grog it caught him, an held bim, though the while lie has never grudged his parents a fie asant word an' smile. The devil Cf gr...

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. — 3 April 1874

THE BEXGAL FA3I1XE. It is a somewhat anomalous condition of things that in a country unsurpassed for fertility of soil by any other o the globe " thirty millions of people are in deep distress for -want of food, and six millions more are actually starving." Tet such are the terms in which is con veyed the news of a terrible calamity in Bengal, one of the richest of England's Indian possessions. The statement of the bare fact is appalling, even though ire cannot comprehend the numbers represented by the words " thirty mill ions" and " six millions." "What then must be the fact itself? Imagine a population almost as vast as that of the United States and Territories larger than that of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland suffering for food ! The failure of a single cereal was the cause of this inconceirable calamity. All re member a similar calamity in Ireland by the failure of the potato crop. But in that case the number of people af fected was less, the means of conveying succor wer...

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. — 3 April 1874

fttriMt (tt SttunnMir-ttt gnurqW JU. QrjflWIUan Railroad TimeTable. Kiasu City, St, Joseph and Codicil BluSs Railroad. Jiortk: -Han u a Kxiircss. Freight. Express. St.JosepU.3:33rM 8:10 a,h I'Xir.vi Amazonia. .3 :S5 6:55 1:58 Savannah ..4:10 7:53 ...... l.nseud.ile..i:.'ia 8:3a Rolckow...4: ISM .... llsriyml 4;5i 9:15. MjryTilic..5:30 1030 Nodaway ........ 2:03. South: M. Joseph. .8:30 am S:I0rM 12:2ra Amazonia.. 8:05 5:30 12 12. Mvaimiih...7:53 5:03 - l.oaendale..7:.12 4:30 .'. Kolckow ...7:23 4:05 Itarnnrd 7:10 3:45 ....... Mryville..t:35. 2:30 Nodaway ., 12:00 Express. S::!0ah. 3. -00 3:12 9:i" as. 0:00 S:50 Firel Fire!! PireW Farmers, Grangers, Middle men, Monops, Anti-Monops, Temperance men, Anti-Temperance men, Crusaders, Anti crusaders, White men, Black men, or "any otr man," go where you can get the most goods for thc least money. T. II. BEEKMAN'S is just the place. Try him, and be con vinced. New Goods, Just received at the store of Airs. Gr. W. Glazier, WCSt end .1 n mi rn...

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. — 10 April 1874

t C0 1T N't'j. mi .YO FA YOll SWAYS VS A XI) A'O FKAll SHALL AWE. O. E. PAUT,, Editor end. Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, APIUL 10, 1874. V' HI. N 25. The Andrew x6publlC8IL SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Jld-friixme.itt it thi column, Jtftj cent per line Itro.f nttndinq thr general U .id. Thin 'irhn 'ft i i" t i'x io'mm are ivitabit tnd trat jhtfomtrd in their t vspcrttvc ratlin. A TTO I ( n VS. T H Ml sl'l.WMJT, A tonic ::t l.lv:iii;I Notary ' ri . i'uhlic i!ir A ouit-hm-i-, up .-: rfrs. I'ni- lic d -iron- of loaning inouev e-iu hale it und wilh red c-tate nn short nolle SMITH, V' ,Vtloi'iic'il-Linv riflice over Savannah saving Hank, i-tcond door. ir v.'. rw.nWKM. V . -Nolan FuMie. Mttorue-ut-law and 'ay- speci-il ntlt-utii:i 1(1 colleeilli; tille-. coniciauciiig and invc-ligaling a 'I'. X, atioruev nt law, will prailice . in all the court of" Xorihuc-t Miouri. Sp.-rinl attention giieu tob.iiac in the county mil pro'nte ru'irS. UlUre old" the jail, op posite Prohale ol'Jce. -7 COL. X. 1...

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. — 10 April 1874

LOVE, 1)111 XK AX1) HEIST. tM?n of mine ! the world before you Hpr ads a thousand secret snares llor.ad the feet of r cry mortal Who through life's long highway fares. Three ef icia!, let me warn yon, Are by every tra eler met ; Three, to try your might of virtue They are Loe and Drink and Debt. Loe, my loy, there'i no escaping, Tis the common fate of men ; i'ather had it; X have had it : lint for loe jou had not been. Take your chancep, but be cautious ; Know a squab is not a doe; lie the untight man of honor ; All deceit doth murder l.ve. -As for drint, avoid it wholly ; Lite an adJer tt will sties; Crnli the earliest temptation, Handle, not the uaageroua thing, Ssee the wrecks of men around u Once as fair and pare as you Mark the warning ! Shua the pathway, And the hell the 're tottering through. Yet, though love 1)0 pure and gentle. And lroni drink you may be free, "With a 3 earning heart I warn you "Gaintt the worst of all the threa Many a demon in his journey liunyan's Christi...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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