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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 15 May 1874

TILE LITTLE FOLKS. .How Ftnlinmons jock v ' - Persimmons was & colored lad Way down in Lou'eiauny, And all the teaching that he had Was given him by his granny. But he did his dutyever As well s yon, it may be : With faitbf illness and pride always, He muded missus" baby. 'He loved the counsels of the saints, And, sometimes, thoe of sinners, To run off inMini-hnriting and Steal "Mater-million" dinners. And fervently at meetin, too, On every Sunday night, 'He'd with the elders shout and pray By the pine-knots' flaring light, And" sing their rndcst melodies, With voice so full and strong, Yon cosld almost think he learned them .From the angels' triumph song. SOSG. We be nearer to de Lord Dun de white folks and dey knows it ; iiT de glory-gate unbarred Walk in, darkies, past de guard Bet your dollar He won't close It. " Walk in, darkies, troo de gate. Hear de tullered angels holler ; Go 'way, white folks, you're too late, We de wiunin' kuller. Walt Till de trumpetjblow to toiler." ...

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. — 15 May 1874

n Sntlmv (0. ejjab1ictM. TERMS: $1 50 per year, in advance. FKIDAY MOKXIXG, MAY 13, 1S74. CURRENCY. The money power of the country is located in the New England and Middle Suites, and the people of those States are nuturally very loth to see it depart from them, and for this reason oppose all projects that have for their objectthe cheapening of money. They contend that Xhere is already money enough in the country. Let us see, .therefore, how tin Amount of money in that portion of tk-e country in which -we are especially interested eanajjanes with :that in other countries. The average amount of circulation to each person in flic countries and States ' named below, is as follows: France SS4 62 Oermauv. .. . .... 46 BO England - S4 28 Virginia ........ 3 S3 Xorth Carolina. ..... 1 70 Jtusde Island 61 S9 .Mss-achusctts.. . . to 18 Connecticut . 33 43 New England States .... 31 68 Southern States 2 91 Western St .tea . - 7 03 Pacilic .States and Territories... .................. 1 Si Wit...

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. — 15 May 1874

7 cue neighbobs. Atchison County Items. Frum the Journal. L. C. Christian :ind C. F. Itapp each o.t a i-hilil this w eek with spotted fever. Circuit Cmrt Ims lcen in session the past week. H. H Olnny, fur em bezzlement, was acquitted Oy jury. J. .C llurjress for the same, indictment "mashed! David La Follctt, murder in lir.-t degree, continued. John lluford, burglary and grand larceny, continued. Holt County Items. (From the Sentinel. A teachers1 training school will be held in Oregon, commencing about the middle of .Inly, 1874. The Kunkel Hi-others' woolen facto ry and llniiringmill, situated a half mile wist of Oregon, commenced operations hist H crtncsUay. 15. C. Robinson, the sub-contractor for building the Corning Ditch, disap peared one day last week, taking with him 91, sou, wihkii ne nau urawn irnm the county, as part payment for the work on said ditch, out of which he was to pay the wages and the store and board bills in ins worKiuen. Air. uoiicnoecK the hotel keeper, loses...

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. — 15 May 1874

TIMES AAD 8EAS0KS. Spring i green. Birds are teen. Tales of love relating ; After tbowen Bloom the flowers Every bad dilating; Kverywbere J.!irds must pair: Han 3" their mating ! Living, loving All the world is loving ! Summer glow Lieth low In the fields bef ore us ; Hear just there, In the filare, Katy-dids tumorous; Upon lilgu Laughs the efcy At the Earth' dull choruH. Living, loving All the world is loving! Autumn aal We have bad, All the leaver are yellJft'; One and all Let tbem fall. Death'a a Jolly fellow ! Summer dead, Earth iB red, Every sunbeata'd mellow. Lining, loving All the world i loving ! Winter's here. Bright and clear, rieanautertt of weather; See bim aland Tall and grand. With bis icy f lather! Young and old reel the cold, Closly cling together. Living, loving All the world is loiing! FOJIK-TOXG UFl). " Harry !" she gasped, in a strange, Itarsh, cradscd voice ; and, as I started and looked np front my work, there was my wife coming toward me, with her arms stretch...

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. — 15 May 1874

FARM AND HOME. Agricultural Xoteg. IlrLMNG Potatoes. A cirrespondent of tlie Rural New Yorker tried an ex periment last season with raising pota toes by hilling anil by leaving the sur face flat. The summer was wet, giving the hilling the advantage, if any. The result was about the same quantity for each, but the potatoes from the part not hilled were larger, fewer in number, and finer in quality. He thinks much labor, worse than useless, is espended in hilling potatoes. Bars Roofs. The Mirror and Farm er says : As yon begin putting in yeur new hav, see to your barn roofs. On some of them the shingles are worn out, and only an entire new set will meet the emergency. On others there is a vacan placo here and there, from which the wind lias torn a shingle or two ; these may bo patched. Whatever the condi tion of your finances or grass crop, you cannot afford to put off any needed re pairs npon your roofs. Better let your grass rot in the field than to put it into your barn to be spoil...

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. — 15 May 1874

" Bailrt-jad Timo-Table. Karsas City, St. "Joseph and Council BUS Railroad. North: Mail , , Miil& 7 Express. Freight. Express. Express. St Joepli..3:S5rM 6:10 am l:ArM 2:41 am. .VmMonU..3-JO 641 VJii 3:00 Savannah ..4:10 7:.U i:imale..4U 8:30 (ilckow...4i a-M . !.irnard....-4:53 0:13 JIaryriUe..t:30 10:20 .. Nodaway - 2:W 3.1 .M?Jseph..3:30Aa :10r 12:35 pm K00i. Amazonia. .S:05 5:30 14 13 11 Savannah... 7:51 5:05 ltoudule..7:: 4JJ0 lljlckow ...7S0 4:05 Barnard. 7:1 S: MarVlIe ..e:35 2:30 -.7- XoJawav 12jW "' Millinerv and DresamaWntr. Miss Mattie Ent opens up dressmaking at Glazier's west cod the Square, ami aiso takes charge of the milliner- tto Kirtmeut trims hats,. &c. Also, new stock of ladies'-shoes, and parasoK The place- to buy Singer, WJcelcr- & Wilson, Grover- & Baker and Howe sewing machine needles,, feai Tyner's, south ot Court-house. L0QAL BREVITIES. New goods at Russell's. ArrLE trees arc. in bloom. Parkers arc busy putting in corn. See advertisement of ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 22 May 1874

0 0 VS T t Andrew Republican. XO FAVOR SWAYS US AXD -XO FEAR SHALL AWE. Edito?-agdpPA0hcrJ SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1S74. V0'" mTlF'31, SAVANKAH DIRECTORY. .iirertisrwli in tkit column, fifty ccntt per line ' Joroiif j.fli, including the general head. Tkete irto advertise in this column are citable and slraick'.forirard in their respective calliwjt. ATTOKN'KYS. Til TUVAIt r, Atltimry nt law ami Notary . Public. Ofiire, Court-house, up stairs, i'ar-;n-s desirous of loanuu: moucy can hae it Re turn! wila real c-tatc on short notice. !3 Attornoy-at-Lntv. OHice t cr savannah Savings liauk. t-ccoad door. tj W. CALIWKI.L, attonity-at-!aw ami V Notary Public. Tuys sptcial attention to collecting, comevancin:? anil imcstiiratinjr titles. -t ("1 T. JJUYAN,uttorHi,vntlaw, will prjttire X :" courts o Northwest Misouri. Special auction jriviu tohiiMiics in the county and pr-ibate coer!-. Ollice over tile jail, ojf piedtePjsobate ottice. i. COT.. X. n. GIIWINfiShasrc.umcdlheprar ticeoflaw....

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. — 22 May 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. 1YEWS HY BRIER PKRSOXAL. Gov. Moses, or South Carolina, lias been declared a bankrupt. Secretary Richardson lias returned to his official duties in Washington. Ho denies that lie has tendered his resignation or has been asked to resign. Gen. Frank P. Blair has joined tho Pres byterian Church. A joint resolution has passed both branches of tho Pennsylvania Legislature, by a unanimous vote, asking the Pre.-ident of tho United States to appoint a board to re examine tho proceedings in tho caso of Gen. Fitz John Porter. Tho wife of tho lato Senator Sumner has received permission from tho Probate Court of Boston to reeumn hor maiden name. Toombs, of Goorgia, called on President Grant tho other day, and had an hour's con versation. Congressman Mellish. of Now York, lias been taken to tho insane asylum, a con firmed maniac. His insanity was brought on by persistent study of tho financial ques tion. Admiral Buchanan, of tho Confcderato navy, die...

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. — 22 May 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. The kittle Boy That Wished. There was a little boy with two little eves jloil be had a little head that was Just the proper Hire. ai two little arms, and two little hands ; On two litis In this little boy Blind. Vow this little boy would now and then be cross, icca'us; he could only lie the very thine he was ; lie wanted to be this, and then he wanted to be that: His head was lull of wlshM underneath his little list. I wish I was a drnmmer, to beat a kettle-drum ; I wih I was a giaut, to say fee-fo-fi-f aw-f um ; I wish I was a captain, to go rallies in a ship; I wish I was a horseman, to crack a nice long whip; I wMi I was a hor, to go sixty miles an hour : I wish I was a man that liveB up in the light-house tower ; I wih I wis a sea-gull with two long wings ; I wish 1 was a traveler, to see all sjrts of things. I wi.h I was a carpenter ; I wish I wai a lord ; I wish I was a soldier, with a pistol and a sword ; 1 ih I was a man that goes up high in a balloon ; 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. — 22 May 1874

ttttfunt if .3? ? TERMS: $1 ffl per year, in atlrance. FltlDAY MOUNINi;, MAY 22, lt.71. "DTJEUEIGEBOES. JSTodaway County Items. .from the l-c-Mihliran. Tin' MarvMlle Hand i- -jracticin-r nishl'.y dctcrmined to lit- in readme--, lor the Foiirlli. V('r:l""''r" r"r" has been invented ly v .JI. Co-loiiol'tliis comity. We rc-Trt to I aiiKirilit- MiilJcn death T an intant child of John t;. CJrim-s, -which ucrumil in .-avaiinah. Calvin Leach, oncofonr Je-t .farmers, set out over live tliiu-:iml mapli-. ljt wccl. uu hi- i.irm north oCJlaryvillc. From all pails of the countr we.recini e verv eacouragin.ri-sorS com cniini Ihe ar-. Atchison County Items. From the Journal. J Little Aila WIiuHr, daii-rhterof A. A. Win-dh-. Icll and broU-her arm and dislocated the ii.lu;r,on Siturday Liit. The (.rand Jury have again condemned the jail. The 'nlorailocs.pcilitionh-.i. luirro-vi-d down to two f.iiuilir-.ol' 1,'o-k Tori that ol T. ('. Unit Mild (I. K. t iv. who will he nir fur till lleill horhood ol'...

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. — 22 May 1874

1 Rscsipts and Disbursements O F ANDKEW COUNTY, MISSOURI, FOR THE YKAI1 oojiimcnoing Jlay ', 187-1, and (Hiding April 30, 1874. RECEIPTS County Fund. Of vhomrrc'd 6r on tchat account. Date. .(mount in Treasury Slay, 1, 187.7, A n t'hittcndn., County Col " 6, Is73, ! .Miller ' i;, 1st:!, W l; 31.iriinil.ile, town lot " o, is.73, V S Chittenden, Couutv Col..... ...J line 2, 1873, Julv 1, 1873. " " Aiigu-t.1, 187:1, , 1673. " " " September 3, 1873, wriouer it, l-..i. ..November.!, IS73, 4, 113, December 2. 1873. ' " " Januarv8, 1871, " " ' 21, 1"74, " " " FcbmarvS, 1874, l'hineas Edwards, Cirruit Clerk. " '.1, 1874, A s Chittenden, County Col..... " 7, 1874. Liman Koekivnnd, costs road... 14,1874, V" 5 Chittenden, Couu:y Col-.-.. ..Starch .", Is74, ,' " April2I, 1874, " " 2.1, le74, l!y transfer from railnnul fund.. A Wliweuueii, toum kai. Amount. 448 W 1,501 G8 .1 00 25 IX) 4-Ci 00 .!7 01 j.n :i; 42 35 3'il a; S08 1,8!iS 8S (32 35 1,G85 (10 10,1100 IK) 10,370 00 Sill 74 10 ft) in si 1...

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. — 22 May 1874

SI'ltlA'd TROVItLES. The spring i coining back again So piiw the merry wind. So ping the little Bliiverirg birdn That nestle iu the blind. The pprir; in coming back again, Her well-known voice vre hear. For April dons his cap and pliiino To bring hw Mav-bride her?. Yes ! spring iti coding back again, Joy for her early birth ; The softened allien and denial clouds Pour beauty ou the earth ! The cpriug is coming room aud sure, Alas ! what can e do ? Dread " house-clean-ng," with all its toil, Ik surely coming, too ! That awful tinm of fcrub and rub From morn till deny ere, Yhen not a spi Jer dare to live Or filmy homo to weave ; TVheu every room is emptied out. And everj cloet lurt; When ' plcked-up dinners" arc tha thing, "A btr-.nge and motley faro;" When water runs in soapy htrcama Acro each dusty floor ; While chairs, Itcds. bureaus, carpet, books. Obstruct each yawning door; When, iu unkempt, unlighteil eiaie. The rhost of wash-tlay looms High carnival almro, below, The jubilee o...

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. — 22 May 1874

jV EXTEIU'lUSIXO ZETTLEll IX JfEBKAfiKA. Tho Loircll (Nebraska) Jlegistcr prints the record of en enterprising set tler. Mr. M. S. Budlong settled ou the edge of Franklin comity, Nebraska, bordering on Kearney comity, in March, 1S72. When be arrived on his home stead, with his two sons, be had two spans of horses, but omIt eleven dollars in money. At the begiuning of 1S71 he had 100 acres of land under cultivation ; an orchard containing fiOO young apple trees, 100 pear-trees, and 100 cherry trees, and a vineyard of 500 grapevines. Mr. Hadlong is now about to plant 200 apple-trees, 200 peach-trees, and 500 additional grapevines. The homestead is in Southern Nebras ka, and on thelevel prairie ; and no man who has the spirit of Mr. Budlong need fear to settle where there are no trees to shade his roof-tree from the suu. If he plants as Mr. Budlong has done, in five years his orchard will bo coming into bearing ; and, if he has made a wind-break of cottonwood, he will have ample fuel f...

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. — 22 May 1874

Smlmv o. QcyiihUcnn. - - ;i;53 lbs. On the 1.1th of May eiglity- Bailroad Time-Table. j irec Javs attcrward tliey were re- Kans City, St Joseph and Ccunca Bluffs Vnzi. tuniC(, wJ;glill;, -J0,74:i lbs., or an ill Norti! EMir!-1- 1'night i:p" E;r.-.". ' create of 3,7(50 lbs. How is that for St. .lovpll. .:!." I'M Aina7.mi;i. .:" avannah ..I. In I!isr.ibilc..t-! ltolekow ...4.12 .Ill At I 1.1 I'M 1 built 11:1.-. lUmanl l Marwillc Nodaway 1 if) 3 It South: M..loscph..(':S0 AM i:10rn 1M Vma.onia..t?:(i.i fi::!! 1- 1- Savannah. ..7:i.I !i:n5 loend:ile..7:::i -1 :.' Ilolckivn ...7r.!l 4:0.1 llamanl......7:H ...la - Maryville ..6:.T ":M Nodaway 11.17 Llillinory and Dressmaking. JIis3 Mtiltie Eutopic up ilrpm:ikiii at Ohzier's, wo.-t t-ml thf Stwre, ami i also ta'-cs cii:ir:! of the millinery tie- i jwrtmcnl -trims h.ils. Arc. Aio. new stock of lailic-' shoes ami :u-;isoK Tun place to I my Sinjrer. AVhcelor & Wilson, Crovcc & ISakcr ami Howe sowing machine needle.-:, is at Tyiicr"--,...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 29 May 1874

The Andrew Eepublican no favoj: swats us and no fear shall awe. O. E. PAUL, ; Editor and Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1874. voL m. W 32. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. jidrert laments in this column, Jijty cents per line joe one yrat, including the general head, Those irho advertize in this column ere reliable and st raightj award in their respective callings. ATTORNEYS. J II. STKWAKT, Athirnvj- at law ami Notary . Public. Ollice, Court-house, tip stairs. Par tier, desirous (if loinins money can have it se cured with real cMuIe on short "notice. S c. siiiin, Attnrncy-at-Law. Olfire over Savannah savhiKt, Bank, second door. r W. CALDWELL, attorney-at-lavr and V . Xotnry Public, rays special attention M riilli'ctins, "cumcranclng" and investigating titles. " 21 f T. Ell VAX, attorney at law, will practice Xm in all th court of" Northwest Mi-soiiri. i-pecial attention fcnrn toliiiines in the county and probate court. Ollicc over the jail, op tmMte Probate ollicc. -7 COL. X. I!. GIl...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 29 May 1874

aHDREWG6l)HTYRtPU3LiGAfi. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. hews nr jjbjef. PBRSOXAL. XcwsfromAlcx.il. Stephens, of Georgia, states that he ih very low and will probably not return to Washington. Vice-President Wilson is eaid by his physi ciana to bo. etill improving. Hon. Schuyler Colfax will delivor ad dresses boforo tho literary societies of the university at Madison, Wis., Juuo 17, and ex Scnator Doolittlo will deliver tho address be fore the law clahH. June 15. Dr. Simnel Howe, Kcsident Commissioner of the Samana Bay Company at San Domingo, has returned to tho United States. Gen. A. B. Dyer, of tho United States army, is dead. Miss Xellio Grant, daughter of tho Presi dent, was married at the White Hoimo on the 21st inst., to Mr. Algernon Charles FrodcricU Sartoris. of Wave-Ash House, Pitchficld Hants, England. GK.KJUL. Tho President has issued n proclamation basod on tho opinion of tho Attorney-General, recognizing Baxter as the leal Governor of Arkansas. The House Committee on elections aro...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 29 May 1874

Made. Aot Born. When reol old SU Sick Brought to brave little Dick, ' laft ChrMinas, his first lllir of tiw, Oh ! never a ,boy Was -wilder with Joy Inallih-.srjreat Union of States. He scarcely could eat, Or keep still in his seat, Thongn the cakes and potatoes were nice ; Before breakfast was done B was off on the run, An J tcainpcrf ng down to the Ice. While one of his mates Helped him bnckle his skates, -Gay group" elided merrily by ; ' Cried Dick, ery bins, ' That is eay enough !' Slid Tom, with a twinkle, ' Jnst try !' But. once on the Ice, Ifcck iercived in a trice Wis less were disposed to be queer: When he tried to strike out, Thy would wabble about. As it thev had had too much beer. One momeut he swayed. Then a bold dash he maae, Vi!h both his arms widely outspread ; Bui cut llew his heels, And you know how ho feels Dawn he went on the back of his head. He got up with a Jump, Oaring uoiifht for the tramp, And save him a lesson that paid ; For he learnt what is tree Of most ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 29 May 1874

TERMS: $1 ."0 per yean, in advance. KKIDAY M0UX1XU, MAY -., lt-71. A NAME. In this day of schools ami generally diffused intelligence a community can not be deceived by a name. A few here and there may be deceived by a glitter ing appellation, but to the great mass of people an article must have merit to deserve any consideration, the name to the contrary notrvithstanding, A ".peo ple's jack-knife"' will be used by the people generally only npon the condi tion that the knife is adapted to the peo ple's uc. A grange plow may be alto gether n poor implement; and if it is, the grangers will have nothing to do with it; besides, itmay be manufactured by the monopolies who liavc become so .strong that they have ceased to regard the rights of others; in which latter case no true Patron would touch it with a pair of tongs, although it may be just the sort ol implement he needs. It is always well to look behind tins apparent smooth and plausible dee ; the origina tors and backers being known...

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. — 29 May 1874

.QTO1TOHB0BS. Gantry County Items. From the Suva. JI! are spreading on Long Kronen, there 1 ing cases cow in seven or eight different fami Ik. N'o deaths lure v t-t occurred. The -tram saw mill on Panther Creek, four iml. minli of Albany, belonging to Henry liil Kspie, "ill bebroughtto Albany. Meningitis seous to lie abating, although quite a munber ol cases are still under treatment. The crops everywhere throughout Gentry o:::ity look well, esiiecially the winter wheat, and corn planting is progressing rapidly. It is Ml; lioKlthat present prosiiccts will continue, and that ("entry county xvill not need to imoort u much Hour as heretofore. Atchison County Items. From the Journal. nie old school building is bcingr.ized to the .-irtii and will toon lie aiuing the things that W IV. evcral remonstrances against grantlngdram shop licenses -were presented to the court this t-nn. i .rop properts weie never better in Atchison vinnty than they are this season. Wheat, oats and corn look unusu...

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. — 29 May 1874

A 21 A HUIEV ' LO XE-tRTJSR, Your letter was received, dear John, I wTite &3 you request, And send tho uhite-winged tidings from Our little love-built nest, We mis you sadly, night and morn. That odious Mr. Dent Ilia called at least a dozen timet To dun yon for the rent. You fay it stems an age, my love, Since last you vent avray ; But then it's quite a comfort, dear. To knqw the trip will pay. We're saving every penny wo can. And Urine very plain ; I had uiy pocket picked, last night, While walking through tho rain. You count the lagging hours, dear, That Leex yon from my side ; For, as you fondly nay, the wife Is dearer than the bride. That Hiss Modiste has sent h:r bill, I know youH be amazed, I never cot one-half the thing! The creature must he cazod ! The children -precious little pets I Ask daily for papa. They all have had such shocking colds, I called in Doctor Law. He fears that Nettie's lungs aro weak She seems inclined to etoop. The baby has the nettle-rash. And Sammy...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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