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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 10 April 1874

Dk. Caki Sciienck, the new President of the republic of Switzerland, was not Jong ago an obscure pastor, who dis tinguished himself by writing on polit ical econemy. Eminent American 'wri ters on political economy need not emi grate to Switzerland, however, for the President there holds office only for one year, on a salary of 1,500, with no hope of increase. TnE ceremony of cremation was re cently put in practice in England, upon the body of Lemontinia Smith, a fa msus gypsey oracle. Brown'' Uruiiclilal Trachea tor Cough, and Cold s. J. COTJQH, COLD OB SOItE THROAT Raulrn Imraellate attention, ana should be Cnscktd. If allowed to continue, Irmtatiojt or the Lc.io, a raaisasaiiT TnaoaT Arricno, or A I5CCRABLK LUXO DISEASE ii often the result. BF.OWN S BRONCHIAL TROCHES, rjiTlre dirrct Influence on the parts, ijie Imme diate relief. For Baoxcnms, astiiha, Catarrh, CoHsrstrnv asd Throat Dissuis, Taocuisare turd sriifc oJiraif ffood lueceia. SixaiRi axo Fcblic Sfxakxri Willflnd Trocuki...

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 April 1874

Andrew o. eyubfyim. TERMS: SI .00 per year, in advance. FRIDAY MOKSINl, AI'IML 10, 1874. ST. JOSEPH ELECTION. An election for citv oflieers in St. Jo- wph on Tuesday resulted in a defeat of the liepublican 'ticket by majorities ranging from fifty-one to over seven 'hundred. It seemed to bo widely be llicvcil tliata ring was running the Re publican party of the city, and the in dependent clement in the party arose in its might on election day and "smashed" the ticket. We regret our friend B. F. ISuzard was defeated, and arc glad to notice that his gentlemanly qualities and merited popularity nearly secured his 'election. New Softool Law. The following embraces the main fea tures of the new School Law, the old law having been repealed : WSTUICTS. Under the new law, eacli sub-district 'i made a di'.r'et with corporate powers. The township board is abolished. ANNUAL MEETIMS. ri. r. . i ir..i! 1. ji. liiuuiM iiiuuai .uuciiug uimcr mi- new law is to be held on the Ihinl Tucs- ilat in Apri...

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. — 10 April 1874

Heply to the Sermon of Hey. G. W. Eisenlobr. Mi:. Khitou Will you jicrinit me Ihrnngh the columns oi your paper to n-plv to the sermon of Kev. (i. V. KNvnlohr, ot Cincinnati, publi.-heil by on two weeks nio. It is both :ilon-l-hin;- ami painful that a few clergymen only a few, thank (Jml) in our lar.il are vvidently anxious to make the llible boKtor up -melt a monstrous iniquity a.-, iho use ol intoxicating liquors as a bov rrajrc If their hearts coubl be thor oughly prol)cil anil tcail by men as thi'V "are by Ouini-cienee, without a iloiibt, ill every ea.i tli-re would be ilNi-overed either a want of enlighten ment ami proper appreciation of the spirit of tiii- pure ipel of our Savior, ir an eajfer wi?Ji l.iiheriiijr, the thought ihut minlirati: drinking is permitted by the Holy Scrii.tures, mi as to ea-o and i-uicl their own conscience., and have do uneasiness in their after-dinner wine bibbiiigs and wediliii;-; feast sippinjrs. Thi clearly comes out in the .-losing sentence of .M...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 10 April 1874

ANDREW GQUHTY REPUBLICAN". SAVAXXAn, MISSOURI. XEJVS IX BRIEF. PERSOXAL. Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines' persistence iu tho pursuit of tlio property nho claims In New OrlcanB grovra warmer with succeesivo disappointments. Every resort to litigation having failed, sho has brought her claims before Congress, wliero they aro to be con sidered by the Committeo on Trivato Land Claims. Tho Council of Congregational churches at New York has declared that Mr. Beecher'a church erred in its dealings with Theodore Tilton. Mr. B. and his congregation wcro censured, and admonished to err no more, un der pain of being "blotted out from fellow hhip with other Congregational churches." President Orton, of tho Western Union Telegraph, has gone to Europe to recruit his health. Yice-rreeident Wilson will shortly visit tho Arkansas Hot Springs for the benefit of his health. l!ov. Fl 3i ence McCarthy has been deposed from the pastorate of tho Union l'ark Baptist Church, of Chicago. GESEn.iL. Tho lady crusaders ...

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. — 10 April 1874

FARM AND HOME. A kitchen fire beams bright and red, And a little Ubie Is neatly spread. la the lamplight sitting, alone and still, A woman think as a young wife will ' Tho' We has many a eary care, Mine Is simple and no less fair. " Little of earthly fame have I : little of earthly wealth laid by : " Yet - loving heart that is true and kind, I better than riches and famo combined. In my humble home I will remain, Jfur e"tr cf my lowly lot comiilain. " Livmg and lovin? are sweeter far Than all the world's bright baubles are."' The cat wakes up on the kitchen floor. And the house dog barks outside the door. Liftening the waiting wife can hear The sound of a well-known footstep near. The creaking hinge is swung once more, And her huband enters the opeu door. And never a prince under palace dome. E'er n-et with a better welcome home. To avoii the smell of onions, care inllr sprinkle the room -with disinfect ing fluid or chloride of lime mixed -with water. Another plan is to leave the .h...

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. — 10 April 1874

Railroad Time-Table. Kansas City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs RaHrsad. Nni-th: -Mail A: .M:lll & Kiu-iss. Freight. Kxprcss. Express. 2::i am. ::.i)0 hli..:!::f r. (i:10 am Aimzoitia. ..":.v .--vunnali ..4:10 losciiiljle..I:.'l l'lrkiv...4:li Itariiaiil I -i-t larilt'...'i: Noilawav South: M..n-i iIi..:50 am Am:iimi'i..S:o." . iiaumih . .7:5. i:..-i-iii1.i!l-..T:: llolckow ...7:-1 r.-irnaiil..... 7:lil .M.iryv Hie ..('."-" Nislawav 1 :.V 7 -".I x:.10 !):!: lurJO 'i.lnrM AM. !l.til :-.; 4.:!.) 4 .." :i:4.- SSSO Now Goods. Gros-ijrain Silk Ribbon, ranging from lo to 30 cents per yard; 30c ribbon 3 inches wide. Good bleached mus lin, soft finish, at 12k; other iroods in proportion at Gla cier's, west end the Square. 'Fur. place to buy Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, (Jrovcr & Baker ami Howe sewing machine needles, is at Tyner's, south ot Court-house. LOCAL ERE VI TIES. Xr.w goods at ltus-eir.s. Sr.r. advertisement of X. Y.I.ife Ins. Co. Sim:ix wheat wanted at Savannah .Mill.. Ki...

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 April 1874

The Andrew Republican., NO FAVOR SWAYS US AND NO FEAR SHALL AWE. O. E. PAUL, f Editor and Publisker. ( SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1874, SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Adnrtiiementi in Mm column, fiftg centt per line for one ftu, including the general head. Thote 'irho adr'rtae in thi column are reliable and tlraighlfjrvari in their retpective callingt. ATTORNEYS. Til. STKWAItr, Aitoracy :it law unl Xotary Public. Office, Court-house, tip atiirs. Par lies di-sin-us of loaning monryran have it se cured with mil c-tate nn short notire. 1 WC. SMITH, Attrncy-at-ljnw. fifflcc ov rr Savannah Savings Bank. second door. 33 HT W. CALOWKI.!., nttornev-at-law anil tV Notary Public Pays special attention In collecting, convcjanclng and investigating title. 24 1 T. BltVAN, attorney at law, will praitlrc JT'nall the courts or Northwest Missouri, hjif lal attention given to business in the cnuntv and prwb-ite courts. Office over the jail, np ;ioite Probate olllcc. 57 COL. X. n. GlOniXGS has reumed the p...

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 April 1874

ANDREW GOONTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. 2TEWS W BRIEF. PERSOXAL. Col. James Mayo, the defaulting Virginia State Treasurer, has been adjudged insane and sent to an insane asylum. Albert Gamier, in a match game of bill iards played at Xew Yoek tho other day for the championship, defeated Maurice Daly by a score of 600 to 380. Tho irrepressible Andy Johnson ia in Washington. Col. Thomas J. Turner, an old and promi nent citizen of Illinois, died recently at Hot Springs, Ark., whither he had gone for the benefit of his health. Jacob Butler, Vice-President of the Ma rino Lank of Chicago, is a raving maniac, and has been confined in tho Mount Pleasant (Iowa) Ineano Asylum. Mr. Butler was for merly a member and Speaker of tho Iowa Leg islature. David Blakely. late of tho Chicago Edit ing Tost, is about to purchaso the St. Paul J'iomt r. The Trcsidont has appointed Mosos Hal let Chief Justice ef Colorado. Senator Edmunds, of Vermont, has recov ered his health, and is a2ain in his ecat ...

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. — 17 April 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Ilaby's l,etter. Ou Regular Annual Round. Dear old Uncle, I dot oor letter, My old mifflmjr She ditten better; She every day Little bit stronger, Pon't mean to be sict Very much longer. add yV so fat Cant hardly stagger ; Mammy says he jinks Too much lager ! Dear little baby Had a bad colic Had to take tree drops Xassy parpgolic. Toot a doso of tatnip. Felt worse as eer; -Shan't take no more Tatnip never! "Wind on stomit. Felt pooty bad, Worse fit of sickness Ever I had! Ever had belly ate, Old TJncJeBOl? . Taint no fas, now, Say what oo will. I nsed to feleep all day And cry all night ; Don't do It now, Cause 'taint ylte. But I'm growing. Getting pootv fat. Gamed most two pounds-- Otly tinko'yat! little femnin blankets Was too big before, Nurse cant pin me In em no more. Skirts so smaP, Baby so stout, Ilad to let the plaits In em all out. Got a head of hair Jes as black as night. And big lwo eyes Yat look mighty bright, My mammy say Never did see Any ozzer baby Ha...

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. — 17 April 1874

SEORGE WOOHS & GO.'S PARLOR ORGANS, NEW General Produce Store TERMS: $1 50 per year, in advance. FIUDAY MOIUJISC, APRILU7, 1874. On Tuesday wc made St. Joe a visit, .meeting many Of the leading lueroitauts .and business men. We found them all pleasant, agreeable . ami hospitable, laird possessed of an amount of public spirit that insures a future of great prominence and prosperity to that flourishing city. AVc did propose to particularize, but our limited space prevents us this week. Populnril!ustratedl)Ook(26opnges)on Manhood! Womanhood I Marriage! Impediments to Marriage; 'he cause and cure. Sent securely nenltd, post paid for c.o cents, by Dr. C. Wiiitticr, ifii7 St Charles Street, St Louis, Mo., ;the great specialist Read his works. Mortgage Sale. TT1IKKEAS , Chailes W.Snydcr.by hlsmort- I IV ir-Hrieei with iwwer nt tale therein eon- tamed, dated April 20, lr.7.1, ami recorded in I 111- ICecordcr's olllee of Andrew comity, in the 'Mnte of Missouri, in Book 23, Page.;KI9,coii...

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. — 17 April 1874

Eoads and Highways. AX ACT in relation to Koads and High- i ways, providing fiir cstablishing.open- ' ing anil repairing tlie same. lie it enacted by the General Attrmbbj j of the State of Missouri, asjolloit miction i. -hi im.n.i. Mollis nu.ui -1 duty ol the owner ot the land on which give the said tax-payer an opportunity -opened and repanead ceonhng to the , jCIIL.e stands, t remove his fence to pav the same in labor on his proper jirovisions of this act.cxccpt in bt. Louis . from fie ym0 j slu., roll( within six road on or beforo the first day of No county. : months from the time he mav be notified I vember in each vcar. Any over- Sk 2. All public roads shall not be , j writing to do so liv the "overseer or seer failing to notify" said tax-payers of less than twenty nor more than sixty feet ; tI0 district in which said road is situate, the amount of taxes due, and when and wide, to lie ileterniuied; trnm time lo t innc. oi uiu L-iiun. ...uciiu;; uiu .m.-iuu" ( of the same, accor...

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. — 17 April 1874

f A MILLIOA'A IKE'S MATIIIMOXTAL MUDDLE. Col. W. Price, the millionaire brewer of New York city, can boast of the most remarkable marital experiences of any man living. Thirty-five years ago, when a poor clerk, ho married Susanna Butler, in Birmingham, En gland, but separated from her, by mu tual agreement, a year afterward, and came to New York, Susanna marrying shortly after one Samuel Green. In 1843 he married Miss Caroline Barton, a young lady of respectably family in Brooklyn, who was not aware of his first marriage. They had in the family an Irish servant named Bridget Fallon, with whom, as it afterward appeared, the Colonel became favorably impressed. Meanwhile, wife No. 2 learned that No. 1 was living, and left her husband, whereupon ho applied for an annulment of the marriage, which was granted, and since that time the Colonel has snp ported her. Subsequently a report reached him that wife No. 1 was dead, whereupon he married Bridget Fallon. Bridget, however, was not refine...

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. — 17 April 1874

1 1. .Original. A DOW-EAST JAH. BY II. H. KEWHALL. Now, William, why didn't jon empty that stuff? I told you to do it last night, after tea ; 3ot it's always the way, you get in a huff, I don't think tou ever cared ouch about me. "I tId Mrs. Poole how exceedingly mean It van for a man to be out half the night ; you needn't get angry I'm not going to screen your hideous conduct from every one's sight. I don't blieve you care if the baby ii sick Yon never will tend it you want it to die; But you're alas at hand to give it t. lick IS tho itoor little thing ever sets up a cry. " Yon leave your things round in every one's way, For rae to pick up, when I've all I can do; Jlnt if anyone comes here to visit a day. You expect the hole houeo to be tidy as new. 'You're amazingly fond of Mis Sirah Duvail You needn't deny it I know all the facts ; -And if you don't stop I will raise such a gale Jls nil! make you reflect on your v iHainous acti." -The d cure take yon, Mary! Why don't you hub up, ...

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. — 17 April 1874

S'Wejv g fripi gam.; J Kailroad Timo-Table. Nociks JvliA Mail st joS:M ?ii b"8!i xnrSi'. 6:H. 1J s-.m Savannah.. 4 :ID lt(womUlc..4-J liolckow...:2 Itarnard....... -Vl Marvuie..5:38 S:50 9:1.1 . 10:i9 S'od'away ......... 2:0$ South: M. .Joseph. .8:30 AM ,n:0pM H&iT Amaznuia..8:u5' ' 5:30. It 2 Savannah.. .7-13 5:05 Kst-ndae..7::t2 4.30 lU.lckow '.7:49 4:05 Barnanl.,".7:J0' 3:45 .Maiyvil'.6:: 2:30 . .vla war 12:00 3:12 !)riAM. 3:00 Kew Millinery Goods. Just received, tit Glazier's, west end the Square, a large shipment of latest styles of millinery goods. Go and see them. Thk place jto buy Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, ("rover & Baker and Howe ewing machine needles, is at Tyuer's, south ot Court-house.. LOCAL,, BREVITIES. Si3DA,Y-vas;a tint? day. New goods.-at Jlussell's. A, fins -April ?ho,wcr on Monday. See advertisement of N. Y.Lil'c Ins. Co. ScRixq wheat, wanted, .at .Sayaastth Mills.. WoanftYjSbdawayooimty is slapped (o St. Joseph. A flACK.-2UE is fashionable nowdtiys ''...

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. — 24 April 1874

0 0 TI N T y Republican, XO FAVOR SWAYS US AND XO FK All SHALL AWE. O. E. PAUL, i Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, APKIL 24, 1874. Yot ni. n 27. Andrew SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. f Jdrertitrmcnt: in tki column t Jlfty cent per line for one yrat , iiu tuJiug the general head. Thette ' 'trho adcrrtitr in tUit roH.-i.i are reliable and , ttraightfor'rard in their reactive catting. ATTOHNKYS. J II. THWART, Attorney at I iw nnd Xotar . Public. OI)Irc,liiirt-hoiise, m tir-. l'ur ncs ilesiisins ul'luiulug money can have It se cured with real estate mi short notice. 1i C. SM1TR, AttarncyHRNLRW. OfliceimT Savannah savings Hank, second door. 1 XI , w. uamiu'ki.Ii , attnrncy-at-law anil i Notary I'milir. tu collecting, cimeaiiciug anil investigating title. 21 -..... 1 f T. Blt AN, atturuev at lau", will pradicc j ii-viui aiiciiiinii 1 , in all the courts of Northwest Missouri. -jiecial attention giteu tobusiness in the county anJ (irtiliate courts. Ollice over the Jail, op" )nite Probate ...

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. — 24 April 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. " . jVEJjfr W BRIEF. PERSONAL. lire. Bella A. Lockwood, attornoy at law, Washington City, is knocking for admission to tho bar of tho Court of Claims. Chief-Jus-tico Drake, who liaa examined tho rules gov erning his court, finds that an attorney who wants to practice" there 'mnsl bo ''a man of good moral character," and hesitates to admit tho aspirant to foreusis profits. If not ad mitted, Mrs. Lockwood intends to have Con gress reconstruct the court. Charles Mills, tho noted catchor of the Mutual and other ball clnbs, died last week in New York, of consumption, in his year. Henry Walking, colored, has been ad mitted to the bar of Lee county, Iowa. He is the first negro that has been admitted in the State of Iowa. John Jay, United States Miniater to Aus tria, is coming home on a visit. James Bogardns, tho American scientist and inventor, is dead, aged 74.- Alice Mason Sumner, the divorced wife of tho latci Senator, has petitioned the I'ro...

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. — 24 April 1874

81 50 per year, in advance. TERMS: KMDAY MOUXIXC, AP1UL 24, Itffl. GRANGERS MOVING. written. The St. Joe (.azotic say.: President (Imut liiis tlone precisely what the interests of the country have demanded. Ho has by this act lifted himself :ilovc the clamor of intriuein capitalists and politicians, and in doing i so will receive tno tlmnksot the people, ! regardless of political differences. Now, the facts arc that "intrigucing ,..,, , . capitalists" arc about the only ones to In several of the Western States stops , , .... , , , .. , ,, . . , , , be bcneiitted by contraction, and the are being taken by the farmers which , , . ., . , , . - " . J . i only ones who have been clamoring for leave room for no uncertainty as to 1 J ,. -. . , , . veto. Our Democratic friends have what they desire to accomplish and will ) . , , . . . . ,, ... ,, ,. , . . at last found one act of Grant s to coiu- accomplish. That there is ample scope i , . . 1 , . , . 1 ' 'mend, at any rate, for measures of...

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. — 24 April 1874

FARM, JIOUSjmiOLD,2W.. KITCHEN. Farm Hastings. "" A Favorite Arms. A -writer in the New York Tribxmc says : " In making oat your list of apples for spring.plant ing, do not forget to insert one 'Early Joe. It will not pay for market ,but' for the private table I am especially partial to its delicious flayor, crisp, juicy fiesh, and veiy.liandsorno appear ance. The tree, P presume, will .never grow to a very large size, consequently there is many an odd corner about the garden or orchard where a specimen would just fit in,, and my word for it, when the fruit is ripe, it 'will bo better patronized than , any other on the premises. " i Hot Water foe Founder. I had a horss which was very badly foundered with grain. He could not stand for, several days, and was swung with a tackle. I thought his caso was hope less, and considered "him" not worth a dollar, bat conclnded to do'swhat I could for his relief. In the first place I phy sicked him, then,ltook a tight strong bos, got his feet int...

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. — 24 April 1874

c .1 -fcacafional. LII1TOXS FDK J Hit 11.. IXitorix Chief I. IS. HoniHiM. .tufi(r W. V Jlouher and Mi UllTORS FOR MAV. Vf.tnrl rir Rnh-rt I rnll-li iuL I Mi'dCifi .l(s Aitgie Armstrong am tin-i sanoi. Should Vocal Music bo Taught in Our Public Schools. Ju discussing this subject we arc led Id inquire, first, what is the prima'y object if:in education ? What an; the iMtuiva Inits that arc to Ik; returned lor the time will miiney spent in acquiring it ? The niiswer lo this iiiicrv.as it appears to met i that it may the niorr thoroughly pre pare its recipients for the active'dutics and re.-puusiliilitics ot'lifu: the better lo prepare them ti enjoy the. bountiful l,li!sings of nature, as 'well as to show how to avoid many of the evils and dan gers which lurk iii ahuot every moment id'otir exigence. Tlie different sciences inilit here be taken up and dr-cussed, mid their peculiaradaptntion to stn'tigUien iimo l;u ulty of the mind pointed out, without which we niijrht lie rendered le-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. — 24 April 1874

TI1E SAL00X-KEEVE1CS SOULO'UY. . f nr jo-oiua c hum. . f The vomen are conuug, are coming to me ! Where shall I go, shall I turn tho key? Suall I go to the cellar among thofbakz, Au'd Vtare at tlie bsrtcls aud empty casts li, (j Blue blar.fi", bow dirk ! I'm afraid to go in ! The J.'sUt of ray,pijie may kindle the gin. Four turret of liquor, and giiij number three, O. -hat shall I do, they are coming to see ! Ill go in the cellar and keep out of i'ght How I uta troubled for not doing right ! I Tvish in my eoril my conscience was clear, I know I would quit seising liquor and beer. Til htcn a moment and hear what they say ; :Siuee many are coming, t hope they wont stay, Tcr condemnation on guilt ia pronounced, By angels and men, forever denounced. They atk for the man who owns the saloon, JSurely tis 1 they are aimiug to ruin ; They inow I have dealt in the liqnor for years, And gathered the dimes without any fears. I have become rich, and laid up the pelf. By mining souls and ruining...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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