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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 29 May 1874

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. The Farm. My lord rides tbrnuRh his rI . My lady Rweeps along In state, Tie snge thinks long on many a thing, And the maiden mu6ea on marrying X. The minstrel harjth merrhy. The railor pi" the foaming nea. The huntsman tllla the good red deer. And tha Foldier warn vritliout e'en fear; But fall to each xehale'er Ifall, fl fanner he mtutfecJ tltfm alL Ssiitb hammerelli cherry red the aword, rrieft prf echeth pure the Uoly Word, I lame Alic worieth broidery wall. Clerk Itichard tales of loie can tell, The tai-vnfe Bella her fuaming leer, Dan Fbdier nriieth in the mere, And courtiers ruffle, strut and shine. While page brini; the gc won wine ; Pvtall to each vliatccr beall, Tfe farmer he. viuntfeedlheni all. Man builds his castles fair and high, "Wherever ri er runneth by, Great cititB rife in eerylaud. Great ihurchi show the builder's hand. Great arches, monuments and towers, Fair ralao s and pleasing bowers ; Gnat work is done, be 't here or there. And well niau wo...

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. — 29 May 1874

Railroad Time-Tablo. Knat City, St, Joseph and Council Bluffs Raiiroid. It ortli: ."an .nan Kxnreu. Freicht. E.livs-i. Exiircss SI Joseph. .3:35 I'M t:10 ax, lvarx !::." am. Arav-onia..3:.v, OXi 1:5$ 3:ou .Itvjiraili ..4:1(1 .- 3tlwniljlr..4:3J r ... JS.ilckow... 4:42 K:.V) , -"rnttd i-Jil. 913 Miryrille..:.:-? 10.-JJ NiJawsy 2:09 3;H M Joseph. .8:30 AX C:10pk 12:35 rM 12:00 AM AnJonia..8:0. 5:30 li 12 ll-'W .SivnnHi... rw r:u .. lt.wn'lle..T:: 4.30 ltalsVow ...7:29 4:0- Jltrasrd 7:10 3:4A Mryvllle..b:33 2:30 - oJway .... - 12:U0 :! New Goods and-Cheap. 1 At Glazier's, west eml the Square, his been received a new lot of latest styles hats, prints, woolen goods, &c. A handsome lot of summer shawls just opened. Ladies' hose (iron frame) 32c per pair. Other goods in propor tion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Take jour wool to Russell's. Corti" plowing lias commenced; Ske advertisement of N.Y.Life Ins. Co. Si-iuNO wiiEAr wanted at. Savannah Mills. Next Monday Circuit Court convenes in adjourned ...

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. — 5 June 1874

1 e Andrew Eepublican NO FAVOR SWAYS US AND NO FEAR SHALL AWE. wvS'&ySBk- SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1874. . V" III. W 33.. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. .Idrrt tirexcnti in tkit column, Jifty cer.tt per line tor one scat, including the general heed. Thaxe rhi cdeerttse in tktt column are reliable and itralj'ilfonzard iu ikcir rctpectire callings. ATTORNEYS. Til. hTKWAUT, Altornev at law ami Xotary , l'ul.lic. Oi!ico,Court-lioue, upstairs. Pur-tic-! desirous of loaning money can hale It so cured with real estate on short notice. 21 WW. CALDWKI.L, attorncy-at-law and . Notary Public. socci.d attention to collecting, coioeyauciug Mid inve-stignting titles. 2 fx. T nitVAS". attorucv ut law. will vratticc in all theroiirts of Northwest Missouri. Special attention glcu to business in the county k!ii pru.iio conns. uiuce ocr me y posits Probate oGce. '-' COL. X. 11. GIKDINGS lis resiimeil Hie prac tice of law. He can he found at hi oMuf- Iice rth side of the public square. Savannah, liss.u:...

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. — 5 June 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURL 2JSWS IX BRIEF. PBRSOSAL. Gen. Tlios. G. Ellis, of Hartford, anil three others, have been appointed by the American Society of Civil Engineers to inves tigate and report upon the late Northampton disaster. Mr. and Mrs. Sartoris sailed from New York on May 23 for their fntnre English home, being attended as far as Sandy Hook by the bride's parents and a largo number of friends. Congressman Mellisb, of Xew York, who went crazy over the study of the financial question, died at his home a few days ago. The death is announced of Gen. Croxton, United States Minister to Bolivia The death is announced of Boar-Admiral Shubrick, aged 83. Martin 0. VTalkcr, an old and wealthy citizen of Chicago, died last week, after a protracted illnces. He was known through out the Northwest as tho pioneer stage pro prietor in the ante-railway period. J. Edgar Thompson, President of tho Pennsylvania Railway Company, died at his residence in Philadelphia en the 2ii...

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. — 5 June 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Give tlie Little Bay Chance. IT GEOBGE COOrEB. Here we are I dont lesveus, Jntt because we're little boys I Though we're not o bold and stout. In the world we make a noise. Ton're a year or two ahead. But we step by step advance ; .Ml the world's before yon spread Give the little boja a chance! "Never flight us In your play, Ton w ere once an small as we ; Well be big, like you, some day, Then perhaps our power youH see. "We will meet you, when we're grown, With a brave and fearless glance ; Dtm't think all the world's your own Give the little boys a chance ! Tittle bands will soon be strong For the work that they mnst do ; Xi:tie lips will sing their song When thee early days are through. So. yon big boys, if we're small. On our toes you needn't dance ; There is room enough for all Give the little boys a chance. Allie's Kisses. Like the restless, foamy billows Mote the clothing of his bed, As from off the tumbled pillows Comes a frowzy little head. Dimpled cheeks ...

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. — 5 June 1874

ndrcw a. t$tth1icjint With Supplement. TERMS: $1 o9 per gear, in adcance. Savannah & St. Joe Hack. Ponularilhi'itratedboolcfifionaijeiOon CEORCE W00OS k COS PARLOR OBCAHS Manhood! Womanhood! Marriage! Impediments to Marria-je; the cause and cure. Sent securely utaUd, post paid for ?o cents, by TR. C. Wiiittieb;, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist. Kead his wori:. KHIDAY MOUSING, JUNK 5, 1TJ. SizcuETAitv of the Treasury Richard son, having escaped the moiety investi gation only by "the skin of his teeth,1 has tendered his resignation, which was yiomjitly accepted, and General B. II. iiristov. of Kentucky, appointed in his place. The appointment is said to give .genera! satisfacUou, and was promptly .confirmed by the Senate. Richardson was appointed ami barely confirmed as Judw of the Court of Claims. Wc are informed that a Protective Association has becH organised in Koch- ester, the object of which is to hunt down and mete out justice to horse thieves. ...

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. — 5 June 1874

orrcspon&ctttt. Swarms of Bees. Me. Euitou We arts frequently amused with newspaper scriliblings and twrcspondcnoc, and particularly of late, with reports from our friends and neigh bors on Empire Prairie. Wo have been acquainted t-omcwhat with a swarm of 15s around Whitesville for some time livers', Itotikcr, lSoimajjan, Urochus, Bur rus,Biiis,Hashor,HmdfonlfBowen,Baily, 15:vrnett and Barrows; but now we learn of another swarm on Empire Brown, Bulla, Bonham, lilutljiett, &c., in relation to one Balson. We hope, however, that those things that have been so "ajjog," will now settle down iu peace and tranquility. There is auoth or swarm of Bs around Whitehall, in Nodaway county, a little north ot Bolckow; they are: BlacUerby, Ball, Bartlett, Blalady, Barringlon, Barnes, Blagg, Benson, BrodericK and Baker. And a little swarm started last Sunday over near Fountainbleau Elder Best, Baptist, preached in the Bedford Cliapel, between Bedford, Batie, Brooks and Baxter. So you sec. wi...

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. — 5 June 1874

TUE MAIDENS LAST FA HEW' EM. IN TIIE TUT OP CREIIATIOM. Then the night wore on auci we knew the worst. That the end of it all wis nigh; Three doctors they tad from the ry first Aud what could ou do Vat die? 0h, William, she cried, "strew no bloftaoinB of spring, For tb new apparatus ' might rust ; Cut pay a haudful of sliivi;igi you'll bring, And linger to sea me combust. "Oh, promUe me, love, by the fire hoSe you'll watch, And when mourner and Jtoler convene, Ton will see tliat they light we some solemn, slow match, And warn them against Lerosene. It would cheer me to know, ere thes? rude breeze waft My een?e far to the pole. That one whom I love will lo.k t3 the draught, And have a fond eje on the coal. " Then promise me. love and her voice fainter grew 41 While tin body of mine ca!cifle, You will stand just a near an you cm to the flue. And gize while my arise. For Thompio Sir Henry has found out a way (Of hi process you've surely heard tel!)t And you burn like a parlor match gen...

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. — 5 June 1874

CLASSIF1CAT10X OF FOODS. A recent -writer undertakes to classify all foods tinder four physiological divis ions, namely, carbonaceous, nitrogen ized,iiliosphorizetl and fresh vegetables. Of the first, he mates bread and btitter the type, and to it belong in general all articles in which starch or flour, fat and sugar, predominate ; they are the fuel, serving chiefly to sustain the animal heat bv the slow combustion of the carbon given off as carbonic acid in the act of respiration a kind of food which consumptive people should use in abun dance. Of the second class, roast beef is presented as the type, and, in gener al, the flesh and blood of quadrupeds, which, when taken in one's stomach, arc rather simply absorbed than digest ed ; because, being already muscular ingredients, they need no elaborate change to be appropriated into the mus cular tissues in order to supply their waste. This class is consequently of great value to hard-working people. To the third class belongysters and...

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. — 5 June 1874

1 SttfoyvSH0- Sttltlicmt. Railroad Time-Table. Knns City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs Railroad. T?ortht Mail Mail & jY)irea. xicigiu. J.j-pive-,. x.i'd t .osenh..3:"A mi li:10 aji isxirx -uSam Vmizonia..3UH fi:53 1:33 Savannah ..4:10 7:53 lton-ndale..!:!'' S:30 rolckow...4:42 K:.VJ i:arnara....-4uVl !):15 WarvTille..5:3(J lurjo Xoifoway 2:09 South: M. Joseph. .8:30 am 0:10rJl Vl-SZrn Amazonia.. 8 :03 5:30 1- 12 Sivonnati.. .7 :.':( .ri:0 .. r.o.-mlale..7:S3 4JID Uolckow ...':$ 4:a lUnianl. 7:10 3:4." MiryviUc..G:35 2:30 ....... N'ndawuy li:i 3:01) 3:11 12:00 am. 11 A! 11:17 New Goods and Cheap ! At Glazier's, west end the Square, has been received a new lot of latent styles lints, prints, woolen good;, &c. A handsome lot of summer fchawls just opened. Ladies' liose (iron frame) 124c per pair. Other goods in propor tion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Take your wool to Russell's. See advertisement of N.Y.Lifc Ins. Co. Heekman sells 1 pounds of coffee for a dollar. The little shower of ra...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 5 June 1874

REPUBLICAN Snpplement. Kriim tin' llinil.l.l NORTHWEST MISSOURI. Lot It bo Advertised. Wo Need Immigration to Dcvolop Its Inexhaustible Resources. On the tables of every reading room in the hotels (il our eastern and larger western cities, maps ami circulars de tailing tlid advantages of Kansas and Nebraska a agricultural regions.nboimd in jirot'iJMon. Agents from those States throng every depot anil spare no ex'ertion to paint in the inn-t alluring colors tin attraction- ol those lavorcd lands, ami thus induce emigration to thrir -oil. This spirit ol enterprise anil untiring en ergy has contributed more than any other direct cause to render those coun tries what they are to-day. We hac no le.-ire to underrate the undeniable great natural advantages of our neigh boring Stale.-, hut candor compels every oldening traveler lo the conviction that while the soil ol" the I'latte I'nrchase is. on an average, tar riclier and more pro ductive than the prairies of Kaunas and Nebraska, the for...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 5 June 1874

prise is anything but creditable to that . spirit of itnprovcmeutof which we boasti ami r earnestly urge tion our fellow-" citizens ol St. Joseph this propriety and iitf-i it v ol losing no tinii' in inaugura ting an association, tin prime object of' winch siiall bo the furtherance of this I'liil. When wo speak of organizing an as sociation, wo mean, as wi; before intima ted, i.i inaugurate a pian for the morn speedilv peopling our unoccupied district-, of country. We do not mean a real rotate agency for the purpose of pe cimiarv -iiecnlation and the special bene fit i the few who may engage in it. Thi- scheme, like every other enterprise, inu-t eot something to get it under headway. That eost, however, need be but i cry trilling consideration, even at the art. The ultimate benelits are cer tainly patent to every one who will give the -.object proper consideration. Sup pose, lor instance, that ior every one hundred dollars expended by St. Joseph to nring aboul this end, one enterpri...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 5 June 1874

REPUBLICAN Supplement ORATIONS Delivered on the Occasion of tho Decoration of .. oldicrs' Graves at Suvannah, Mo.. May, 30, 1874, by Captain J. A. Sanders and "W. W. Caldwell, Esq .1. a. saxim:!:-" Aiiii:r.ss. Lawk-, rioi.xn- and iti.i.ow-citi-zexs lVnnit me tu tender to ymi my sincere, thanks fur the honor conferred tini mi' through your I'omniittt'i', in viting mi' to addrc : yon on this occa sion. Tin' occasion which call-lit together to-day is one flf sadne ; ft not alone of -.nine . for We arc a enilileil on one nl" I In- .iov National holidays of the laml beneath the sky ol the lull title of hap iv -pring to tin dutiful homage to tin: Nation's heroic ileail. It is a nation's day of duty to hear respect anil venera tion for tho-e who gave their -erviec ami their live not furpcr.-oua! gain or for the applause ol the hour; not lor the ailmiratioii ol the throng, nor yet lor the fa-cinatioiis, real or imaginary, lint in thi'in untried, of camp or field but who. in their devotion t...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 5 June 1874

purpose i ml permanent U designated a :i Nation d holiday. On this da, thmiighoii mi!' lroad land, the pi'iiplf bun. ,iit w. theirsoldierde.id anew, j AA in. .1- '.II tin- il.ivs vli;n the laud was coli'ivil Willi thedark :iinl sombre cloud if il wir, luneral train, with mullled ilriim- ami drooping wend their xva ) the sepultures nl the heroes who fell' in the war against trea-ou, who died that the Nation might live. They Urinir not the tear- "t the Inirial. the agony ol" Ihe parting; hut in-teail they bring Hie llowers oi' renienihranee tin1 lit em blems !' Ihi'liohle heroe- who -hul their eves on life at ill aire when the whole future was llu-heil with hope like the ea-ern -k with the ri-ing un. The air "o! to-day hreathe- a soft, -ail -ton of death, an'il the low, faint zeph yrs seem 1ml the lingering echoes of the lisping farewells from the lips of tho-e who. ainiil the mclling.moKe of a ,'nr inth, or the ji.ulTiiir clouds of a Lookout .Mountain, turned their faces Ironi home 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. — 12 June 1874

Andrew 1116 . .VO FA VOn SWAYS US AND NO FEAR SHALL AV1 O. E. PAUL, Editor and I'ablishor SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1874. Vum. 3STO-34. SAVAKIIAH DIKECTQRT. Jiiiertiteantt in Hit cuiutni. Jiffy te nt per linr ftTtifl-'fft-n. iitelxtHivi tiie tte:icral hear!. Time 'vho fdr'lAf in fti rmnn are rtlieblc and MmU finrard in fftfr mptetiie rWinjj. ATTORNEYS. -f II. -TIC'A AlIT, ittoru.- :it law and Xoisrv . , rul.be. 0!tice,C.mrt-l!oasc, upfHirs. rsr Ji.te m-sinnis of l.Miuu.r money can luic it se-t-arcd with real t-Titt' on short initio. 'Si "ST W CALIIWIMJ V . Notary l'ublic. , ia'omcl-ul-laW and I'ais special atlcHtiou O colIfclui, ci:ic.i:icins ami inTii3arn;; (" T. ItltY AN, attorney at law, will prentice JT in the courts oi Nortlmest Mi-wiiiri. .Serial attention pirn tobn-:n in rhc conr.ty probiue courts, fjaice ol er the jail, np ) . i--iie iTi-lutg office. -7 ""iOIi. X. I!. GIIiniNiS!iaiviaiivIlhoj,rrt th'eoflaw. He nn 1 found at his Mif f iv, north Mile of the public s.uare...

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. — 12 June 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. JEWS iv BRIEF. PERSONAL. Susan E. Anthony has taken an appeal from tho decision cf Judge Hunt, of New York, by which she was fined for alleged illegal voting, to tho National House of Keprceentativee, and the Judiciary Committee of that body has agreed to recommend that the fine he remitted. At the recent scission of tho International Typographical Union, at St. Louis, W. A. Bod ell. of New York, was elected President ; W. A. Hutchinson, of Chicago, Treasurer; and V. S. rrido. of Wilmington, Del., Corre sjponding Secretary. Baufiold, Solicitor of tho Treasury, haa resigned. Tho Treeident, on the 1st inst., nominated Gen. Benj. F. Urietow to succeed Sir. Rich ardson as Secretary of the Treasury, and named tho latter as Judge of tho Court of Claims. Gen. bristow is a native of Ken tucky, 41 years of ago, and a lawyer by pro fession. He entered tho United States service as Captain of cavalry from Kentucky on the breaking out of tho rebellio...

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. — 12 June 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Elfin Jack, The Giant-Killer. Do not think the story Of the giant-killer's glory Is only known and eheriliet by yourselTM, O, my dears ; For his deeds so daring, And his trick of scaring All hi' ' are 1 flmiUlr tlie tlvM It arpears. In the starlight, tender 2a ths moonlight's splender Bo they either and recount every deed, It Is Mid; Hot he met a hornet. Who was playing on a cornet, Oct of tune, and he slew him with a reed Slew him dead 1 new, growing ever bolder. With his reed upon hl shoulder, Sni an acorn-shieid upon his little arm Well equipped He sought a nighty giant, Who was known as "Worm, the pliant," And after giving battle, fierce and warm, Left him whipped. How be law a spider With her victim dead. Inside her, Told Lor, In a voice of fury, to begone From bis sight ; How he killed her when she'd, risen To her cruel, fatal prison, And nobly freed her captives, so forlorn Gallant knight ! if. yields. Hon-Kitty- Saw the Fairies. " But there are 110 such thi...

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. — 12 June 1874

TERMS: $1 50 per year, in mlmncc. J-'KHI.YY MORNING, .JUNK li, ItCf. THE CURRENCY. TJie United States has in .circulation $;!S:,000,000 of its own notes (green backs), and stands re.-onsible for $338, C0J,9."io of currency issued by national banks, the Government paying sis per cent, interest on $3,10,000,000 in bonds deposited by these national banks as s-c-airity for "their circulation. In other words, tiicse national banks are paid fix per cent, interest on their circulation by the Government. Nov, so far as our experience goes, the "greenback" is the preferred currency of tho country, and yet the Government pays no inter est on that circulation. "What is there to prevent the Government from calling in tiic national bank circulation, and in its stead issuing its ovn promises to pay? It will add nothing to tho Government's responsibility, for it stands good for ct cry cent of the present national bank currency, but it will save to tho Govcrn . incut an annual interest oi from fift...

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. — 12 June 1874

1 patrons rrf nsbanbrg. County Oonncil. Oa Tacsrlriythe last session of tho An drew Conrrtv Coancil of Patrons of lludjandry tths held. Hereafter tho Ijn.sfnca of the county trill be trsimctefl hy another orgMiicntJon, termed tho Osffitj" Grange of Andrew Connty. On TocsGfty the folloTrisg- conrfratSon and by-laws were sflrrpted, tho ijroroed ronstitntion tvnfl by-laws, pnbrished last nioatJu htivitig been amended in several jicticalars: coNoaxfnoN ok" tiii: cniTxrr gkaxgk OF ANDKE W COUNTY. Aimai: 1 nam. (This org.ini7..".tion shall bo known the Coun ty ijrari- of Andrew ennnty. AV.Y. s WiiTO. Sheobiict of this orutmr..uton shall lie to r.id. stratgmin ni.d ennem s.:tc subordinate Gr.mircs ii.presi'r.TVsi inert ra; iDiflii.ia' me trsnsneiirn if bT:"1ne?s in buying. lttrttr .itii'lrc. Mid irar ftleh pmTO-e as may seem for the good of the orarr. AKT. 3 MEMiini:srtir. Any Suliordiiiate Granee in fh countv In pool str-nnmc, on the payment of seven cent's cr an num for m li fnurtn-dccre...

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. — 12 June 1874

THE WEE LITTLE TUIXG. Oliere's wee little thing in tUi world of ours, And it moveth and moveih the live-long day. And tho' the snn shines, and tho' the f torm low'rs, It chattereth on with its ceaseless lay ; Over peasant and kiug. Its spell it hath flung. That dear little thing, A lady's tongue! There's a wee little thins la Ms world of onrs, And it throVwth snlthrobbeth the lire-long day, And in palace ha'Js, and ia leafy bowers, It holdeth alike iU potent sway ; Bright Joy can it brine. Or deep sorrow impart, That dear nttle thing, A lady's heart. There's a wee little thing in this world of onrs, And it sparkleth and si.arkletu the lire-long day; Xo dew-drop that hangs on the morning flowers Is so beaming and bright as its beauteous ray ; Xo skill can we bring Thats its shaft can defy, That dear little thing, A lady's eye! There are many charms in thin world of ours. That clnster and shine over life's long day ; The wealth of the mine, and the ktatesmau's powers, And the laurels ...

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