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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 11 September 1874

c o XTN T y .Republican. 1 HP -VO FAVOR SWAYS US AND NO FEAll SHALL AWE. O. E. PATH., I Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1874. SAVANNAH IXRCCXORY. jMrrrt!rmritx t't this cola din, fifty cent per linr tor ot.i jffii, n.luJihtj tkr gfnentl head. Those 'vpho ctfrrrti in Hits vol't'itn arc reliable aud stniightfurtcirtl in their rtrpectiv niltu.i;s. ATTOUNKYS. T H. MEW vg!', Attorney at law ami .Norary t) , I'll! lie. O :iiv.Ciu:il-lmui', u; st art., Par ties' de-ii.u- .r ItM'iin'inuoy r-in h-ue it se cured with ri-nl e-l.ile on -ii.irt notice. . 'J-i WW. t VI.PWKI.E, attiinicv-al-l-iw am! . N.itan Public. Pays s,.ei ial aitenti-ni ii im1uc::iu, c unw-.-aiiciir.; and iiiurt:-.;atiii;.-it!.-. ' 21" "I T. V W, attorney st law, v:i! pi-it tn-c X. '''"-Cl,u: Is it Xortliwi t -'Ii: i.iri. ,-pi cial -.UrntMii luhu-iui ss ill (lie rnuntr ii'l ic i'.ut'' fnat. UiUcc over the jad, op-)-i ite Pruh it. o'licc. 27 1 UhEXI.I'.K & PEAilSOX. altomevs ami I' tniin-ell.r-. ...

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. — 11 September 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN BA.VAXNAH, MISSOURI. HEWS IX BRIEF. PERSOXAL. Henry C. Bowen has brought a second libel unit against tho Brooklyn L'aj. Dam ages to the extent of 4100,000 are claimed in cacli case. At the recent Spiritnaliets cajip-mooting at Terro Haute, Ind., Mrs. Suydara. of Chicago, gave a beacce, in which, claiming to bo under control of tho spirits, coal and alcohol, both burning, were poured ovr her faco and hands without injnry. Kov. Henry Ward Beecher preached at tho Twin Mountain House. N. H.. on tho 30th nit., to a congregation of over 1,000 persons. Tho sermon was pronounced one of his most successful efforts. Theophilo Papin. acting Mayor of St. Louis, was held in .3,000 bail to answer to tho charge of aeeau'.t preferred by Mark H. Irish, proprietor of the Park Hotel, at Madi son. Wis., last week. Judgo Bazil Harrison, of Prairie-Koude, the first whito man that settled at School craft, Mich., tho lirst Judgo of Kalamazoo county, and tho original character of Co...

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. — 11 September 1874

FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. Tlie Little Boy- Who AVellt Ulit to Swim. BT BESET HOWLASD. A little loy went out to swim, Cue pleasant day in June Arl the fish all came to talk to him. That summer afternoon. "Ccm down, dear little boy," they said, And let us show to you The homes of fish, merman and maid, Under the waters blue. - Tell bLow yon wliere the naiads sleep, And where the tritons dwell; The treasures of the unknown deep, The coral and the shell. ' Tte f ircn'a sons eba'l charm your ears, And lull you into rest ; No monsters shall arouse your fears, Or agitate your breast.' The little boy was glad to go. And all the company Of fish escorted him below, A pageant brave to see. The pdct-nsh swam on ahead. The shark was at his heels ; The dolphin a profession led Of porpoise, whale, and eels. The trout, all lrae in red and gold, Many a caper cut ; And after them came crouds nntold Of cod and halibut. The Line-fish with the Mack-fish swam "Who knows the joy each felt? "he porch was escort...

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. — 11 September 1874

Andrew &o. gepublfrnti. 'TEHjIS: 81 50 per year, in tulcnncc. KlilDAY JIOKXIXC, IIITEMBEU ll. li74. THE PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET. Tor Governor Jt.v.io,. n I. f'KXTHY", od'ettis county. For Ktftercnt (torrrncr HOX. -. ". IIKAIH.EK, of Greene county. For S'crctcn nf Stile W. II. LICb'I.KTT, of Marion county. For Auditor ( UL. KVVKN" C. IIALK, of Clinton county, ror Tefanrrr HOX. .IOJIX II. FISi:, of ft. Louis. For li?ift'-r ot Lnirtfx C. T. QUISl'XIiUItUY, of Audrain county. j-ur i,rnui(v"ni or i'i-iir .icnowx .JOHN 3l(JXIKfYlI, ol'lroii couuty. For Attortwy (iY.it i! D . '1 IK HLLL, of . Jackson county. For Juttijct of Siuremt Court Wit. .1. IloV.'KLL, o1 ilirtirar-CKtr.tr. LOUIS IIOL'Cii. o!'C:i.i- (.irankau county. People's Congressional Convention. A convention will be held in the city of Sa vannah, on tl.e 29th day cf September, 1874, for the iiuq.osp of nominating a candidate to r-jire-cnj llier,0e i.ithc Xmth Ci:i.:reiio!ial iit-inci m u:e i ni;-' " o: me l.iilcit stau VIl thu...

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. — 11 September 1874

Brutal ilarclsr of Julia Hayden, in and consistent Union Democrat. Jlanly Tennessee. i ;., tho assertion n!' his opinion?, but ever It orrc-ipuiuiiiKv Cincinnati Commercial kindlv and courteous toward Ills oppo-NA-uviLi.:.. Austin 13, lsTl. I Iient" in all the rcsinn in vrhir-ri hn In no section of the civilized world of equal iJi'U atiou, is murder so frequent . - in Teiifn'Mtti. Ii; Cliina alidl.Jaiiau. v.-ifrn we aic wont to send niissioiiariu. he laws are cnloreeu better than m Tennessee and murder, ib i'ar Ic-'-s.s fre quent, it is doubtful it Mexico itself, vutiiused to be the must lawless of all cuuntrit'-, f.:n com arc with Tennessi ce :;i the number of murders cottiniittcd m !ie jut eir.'it months. In the past eight lauulhs, in the counties of iiutht'ord, Nauimer and Gibson, there have been thirty-nine murders. What a record is this for o.eht months for tiirce counts?, the asrCTeiute population of which, all c uebined. is less than ons-fcventh that of Hamilton county, Ohio....

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. — 11 September 1874

I WRITTEX AT MY MOTHER'S QUA YE. BY GCOnOR I. IHENTICE. The trembling dew drotra fall Upon the td.ultiug flowers like eouls at rest ; The Btars tdilne gloriously and all. Save me, is blest. Mother I I love thy grave ! The violet, with the blossom blue and mild, Waves o'er thy head when shall t wave Above thy child? Tis a sweet flower yet must Its bright loaves to the coining tempest bow, Dear mother 'tis thine emblem thist Is on thy brow ! And I could love to die To leave untasted life's dark, bitter streams; Dy thee, as erst in childhood, lie. And share thy dreams. And must I linger here To stain the plumage of my tiniest years. And mourn the hopes of childhood dear With bitter tears? Aye must I linger here, A lonely brauch upon a blasted tree, Whose last frail leaf, untimely sere. Went down with thee? Oft from life's withered lower. In stilt communion with the past I turn, And muse on thee, the only flower In memory's urn. And, when the evening pale Sons like a mcuruer on the dim,...

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. — 11 September 1874

Prinze & Co.' Organs. Fire octaves, two full nets of reede. ;o.id walmu ea-CB, eiCRHiit bronzo fimeh. Free, with hi flops. i12j: eislit rtoj, s-lsO. idircfw lioed'a Temple of Music. Chicago. Cilifoksia's Bicr.Esx Nugoet. How much we owe to California ! Her pre ;onB metals have enriched thousands of our fellow citizens, anil have proved tbe main stay of America ill times of national pecuniai y embarrassment. Her mining industrial have given employ metttonyriads ol mechanics and lulx jrs. She is the land of promibe to the fortune seeker. But the Golden State Ins latrlv sent us a now treasure. Her last nugget is Dr. Valuer's Califor nia Vixkoak Brrrntts. Tlic health riving principles contained in this enr ativeare a more precious boou than cold. In all affections of the liver and stomach, remittent and intermittent fevers, rheumatism, and pulmonary dis eases it may he relied upon. Asa blood depnrcnt and iuvigoraiit it is unetpialed, purifying the circulation and iutusing new vigor ...

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. — 11 September 1874

Ml I I TAi. J J !. "-y- H iidmv o. gteyiiblkmi. Railroad Tirae-Tablo. K21SJS City, St. Joseph and Council ELfc Railroad, .Mail A. Mail "Kxnress. Freislit. Kvprcss. Kxpre t i-epii....:.Ti I'M am '.Kii-M 12. iuu. .:i:.'r (:"t l:.rS ::!" am. Am iz.niia 3:ou .- v.mnah ..:Io ...... l!- :idale..l..!) SUHI I; dckow...4:i.! S:.VI Iktnr-nl M ; 'Willi.. .T,-M . Uway IMJJ 3:1 nj.J,ci;.h..S:30AM U.Wrji 1-'-"". I'M 12:01 aji. Vus:jioii:a..s:Oi ll;t isiv.:r.u:ih...7:i-5 l: -.n!ale..:: P -kuw ...T:i1 lls.-.ianl 7:10 r-vilie ..::v ? Invar r,.-.r. 4.:! 4 :ir .":J'. 2:3i) 11.17 ZOatfi BREVITIES. ( ;i:.s5iiom:i:s : irone. See advertisement of X.Y.Life Ins. Co. n.oui: alwavs fresh at .Savannah I'nU. Cook cider vinegar at Howard's L'j mit- a gallon. Tim" Singer is the best and most dr.r :.. machine in the market. Lots of our people are attending the Joseph Imposition this week. IU'Ssm. has just received a new sup I '.y of dry goods and groceries. Takh your wool to Ituseil and get a g;,-.d price in ea-h ...

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. — 18 September 1874

The Republican. ndre -VO FAVUi: SWAYS I'S JA'I A'O l-'AMf SHALL AWE O. E. PAUL, Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1874. yol ni. f -48. W mtSSSk SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Jdvertiscnt nit in this column, fijtg cents per line jur one v"". including the general head. Thoie vho airrrtir in this column are reliable and straiphtfonrnrd tK their respective callings. ATTORNEYS. J 11. -ll.WAKr, Aitnrney at law ami Xotarv . Pnhli. ll!.nv,t"ourI-Ji..u-c, up stairs. Pai-lie- dc-ireii- of lotuing money cm hale it se cured w it ii real c-t.itc on -hort notice, it lir W. C W.ltWKl.l., uttorncv-at-law an.l V Notary Public. Pay- "IH-ciat attention eiilicctnig, eunicyancing a:ic invc.-tiirating itlcs. f1 T. I'.IJV X, attorney at law, will praftit'i 3T in all tin- cixir:.-. if Xurihwcst .Missouri. Special ati' iitni'i giicn tol.u-im in the cour.ty and pmua'c courts. (JIllcu over the jail, mi-)o-ilc Probate ollice. -st GKEEM.KK A l'KAISSllX. attnnicvs awl ' mini linn, at law. Particul...

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. — 18 September 1874

ANDREW GOUHTY REPUBLICAN SAVANNAH, MIS80TJI1L XEWS W BRIEF. PBRSOSAL. Died, recently, in McLean county, 111., Mre. Cells, sgod 103 years. Kiel, the JIanitoban cx-rebol, has been again elected to the Dominion rarliament. Mr. Boecheris still in the YVhito Moun tains. Miss Minnie Shernun, daughter of the General, and Lieut. Fitcb, of the army, will bo married at Washington on tho 1st of Oc tober. ' Charles McIIrath, the alleged defaulting ei-Auditer of Minnesota, publishes a card from Xow York, in which he asks for a sus pension of public opinion, and claims to be able to verify his accouuts and vindieato his character. Members of Plymsuth clrarcb, in Brook lyn, are contributing to a fund for tho relief of Mrs. Tilton, and aiieady tho sum of S ,700 has been collected. Col. VThitely, Chief of tho Government Secret Service, has resigned. Mario, tho well-known tenor singer, has leen arrested at Vouire, for a violation of tho press laws, and taken to Turin for examina tion. Tilton has been...

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. — 18 September 1874

THE YOUNG 10LKS. Benny's Question. What is the kitty good for? 3Iy little boy Benny said. To catch the mice In the pantry When they nibble ffiimmi'i bread, To flit on the rag In the sunshine, To play with her little toes, And if Kitty is good for anything else. It is morn than mamma knows, What is the inooly cow good for, 3Iamma ? I'd like to know. To eat gre n grass in the pastures Where the meadow lilies grow, To give us sweet golden butter, Iticli milk, and yellow cream, And a great many more good present Than lieuny could even dream. What are the busy bees good for To sting little boys; asked he. There is maDy a lesson my boy could learn From even a busy bee. For he works all day in the summer Laying sweet treasures by For the long cold days that are coming, "When roses and violets die. TVhat is old Rover good for ? I'm sure I cannot see. To teach my Benny how patient E e n a brute can be ; To watch papa's house at midnight, When the lamps ar all out in the street, .So, lienny, ...

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. — 18 September 1874

Jlitdrcw o. Hepnblican. TK11M !l .VI cr yuir, in wlcnncr. n;iiAY .mii:xix(:, m-'itkjihek. is, is74. THE PEOPLE'S STATU TICKET. Tor Gorrrnnr M.UiMi N'M. GKXT1IV, oflVtHs county. Tor .-.'iifi-iflw Govmmr HON. V. HE.VI)U:K, of Greene county. Tor Vi 'r of Stotr V. K. l-KKLhrrr, of Marion county. Tor A'Witor OJI.. i:v;i:x c. II.VI.K, of Clinton county. Tor 7. i. trrr It' IN. JOHN" ir. HISSK, of St. Lnui-i. Tor U'"t!'r ot Lr.niU 1.. T. yriSi:MSi:!ItY, of Atvlrain comity. Tor S", ,- intrmlral of rublit School -Tolls Mi.v I'KII'I!, oflion county. To, Attnn.ru Htmrol li. f I .I'lTLllr.U., or Jackson county. JVJ" ii'.Nifjirr'ir Co'irt V. .1. IIOU'KIX, "t Munroi' county. I.V.H"!.- Iiol'l K, ol'uipc l.irai.leju citmly. People's Congressional Convention. A run cation trill bo lichl in the city of Sa A"a.naL, on the 20th day of September, 1874, for i'w p-.irpis.- of nominitin a camliil.He to rMVs(-ni Ihe pilt- otthe Xii..h onitu-.ss-.t.nal lii's:ri-- in the onirrt'-s ,,f tin r-.iite 1 .states. Al...

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. — 18 September 1874

The Position of Parties. A few months since the pro?pcct for relief in the situation of the Southern Htate.-: seemed to be brighter than ever before. The corruption of many of the .governments vras evident, and there was an apparent disposition upon the part of intelligent Southern men to forget the old dif.-en-wus, and unite upon the only practicable crounds for common relief. This c-ound was the only one upon which a real restoration of those .States to tran quility and prosperity is possible, name ly, the frauke't and sicccrcai aeimie. cence in the actual equality of all citi zens before the law, and a prompt and absolute repression by the intelligent vnd houorable white citisens of inju-tice and iuralt toward the colored. The Eit jnwerful liepublican journals in the country hailed this prospect with e:iLernes-.and we joined them iu ospoi inj.the offjmcs ofiu.inyof the South ern governments, and in urginc the ad TuSaistnition to show unmistakably that its sympathies were with the...

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. — 18 September 1874

THE FO IIS A KEN. Thuroein, written liy "SUlla" (airs. Ktella Anna Lewis), at the apo of fourteen, Foe raid waa tho mort beautiful laila.l of the kind ever writ ten. We have re 1 it," he remarked, more than twentytimeB, and always with iucreakinR admira tion." And on the strength of this opinion we re print it It hath been said, for all who die There in a tear; . Some pining, b'.eedicc heart to sigh O'er every bier. But in that hour of pain and drrait Who will draw near Around my humble couch and Bbed One farewell tear? Who'd watch life's fast departing ray In deep deiair. And soothe my on iUi way With holy prayer! What mourner round my bier will come, In weeds of wo. And follow u. to my long home, Solemn and Blow ? When lying on my clajey beu, In icy sleep. Who there, by pure affection led, Will come and weep ; By the pale moon implant the torn TJiton my breait. And bid it cheer ray dark repooo My lolyret! Could I but know, when I am sleoring Low in the ground. One faithful heart w...

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. — 18 September 1874

LMJ jyTERESTIAG PERSOXM. lUSTOHY. About thirty years ago tho Delaware bridge was, just as it is now, much in want of a ccat of paint, well spread on, and the managers then ordered its being forthwith done. As the job at that time was a pretty large one, several painters wero employed, and among the party was a young Jew, who received G2J cents per day for his labor, and his brother was then employed by Asa Tacker at 8100 per annum. But low wages and salaries did not stamp out their indomitable energy persever ance, for shortly afterward tbey both went to California, where there was then a wide and profitable field for energy and enterprise, just such as they pos sessed aud used to great advantage, which secured to them a large amount of wealth. In due time they returned to New York, which gave them a more snitable field for employing their largo capital for a time in mercantile pursuts, but latterly prominent bankers in large financial operations on their own ac count, aud agents fo...

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. — 18 September 1874

Railroad Timo-Table. Knsas City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs Railroad, NTnrtli' Hail .11:111 .v En-3. Freight. Kxin-s. st .I.wnh..;i:S.rM HM am l:.rjt K)ires3 a sb am. 3:00 m.i.tinia. .' :." I'.uVi 1-VS .iv.innah ..4:10 i: i-eiidalclSH itolekow ...:I2 i;irn:inl...4:il .'I.uyvilli! ..5:30 Nodaway ......... 7:.V1 H:) h :.-i) 11:13 10:iO 2nW 3:11 U:fiA5i. South: "rA'l..8:30AM :10rM li'Mrx lijrti, mania. .S:r S3U IS 12 - 111azonhl s iv:itmah...7-"-'t lMi'inl:ile..Tit! l:.,lekov ...7!') Itnraanl :10 Miryville. .11:35 .HUIW .1:0 4 -HI 4.0S 3:4. 2:3) 12:() 11:17 'local brevities. Si:k advertisement ot'N.Y.Life Ins. Co. Sixnnu H. 31. office in Glazier's store. Ftoui: always fresh at Savannah Mills. A sn.vnr frost visitsil us ou Tuesday (;,..)! cider vinegar at Howard's 25 cents a pillow. Tin: Singer is the best and most dur able machine in the market. nr?sr.i.L has just received a new am ply of dry good's and groceries. T.ucr. vour wool to Russell and get a good price in cash or cheap goo...

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. — 25 September 1874

COUNT Andrew 2tO FA VO II SWAYS US AND NO FEAIt SHALL AWE. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1S74 V0LIH. 2sT0 49. Republican. 16 SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Adrertuerifrts in this column, fifty cents per line IjrvTn' irrfuJ? Me general head. Those vhtt nd 'ise in tht column arc reliable and strait 't.. ard in tfttir lespcctirc callings. ATTORNEYS. Tit .-n.WAliT, Attorney nt l.iw.md Xotarv , rali!.'-. Cdhcc.iourt-hotise, upstairs. Par ties ili si u- nt' loaning money can have it se-.-.urcd wil.i real e-utc on .-hurl 'notice. -J W I U.llWKU., attorney-at-law ami 't.iry Public. Pays special attention rcti.:--, coiiwy-ucing ami investigating ("1 T. i:l: V X. attorney at lira-, will practice X. " ihe courts of XorUmest Missouri, f jn'cul at --iirt'i given to Im-incs- in the county juil jirn'i!:- courts. OiUce over the jail, op- OItt- Pi it .' olliCC. 27 KE! N'.KK PEAI'.SOX. aUoraeys and T cou. -llors at law. Particular atantion ;.inl.M '.etions. OiHcc on the ...

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. — 25 September 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. 3'EWS IX BRIEF. PHHSOSAL. The Vat Men's third annual convention was hold at l'at-in Bay. Ohio, on tlio 10th inst., and was largely attended. A permanent association whs formed, a Constitution adopt cd and officers chosen. No person weighing less than 200 pounds can become a member. Sixty men and threo ladies tipped the scales at weights varying from 300 to 430 pounds. Jay Cooke's creditors are clamorous. Can an alien act as a notary public ? The Attorney-General of Illinois decides no. The South Carolina Itepublican Conven tion at Columbia, on the 12th inst., nominated D. H. Chamberlain for Governor: It. II. Eaves, present incumbent, for Lieutenant' Governor. Rev. George F. Seymour, of New York, High Churchman, has been elected Bishop of the Episcopal Dioceeo of Illinois, vice Bishop TrVhitohonse, deceased. P. T. Barnnm was married last week to the daughter of John Fisk, of Southwick, England. The libel suits consequent npon the great sc...

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. — 25 September 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. The Oncks. Ouflittle black duck, One littic tray. Six little white ducks IUicniug out to play ; 0ne l"t? 'T deck, motherly and trim, jSsht Utile baby duels, bound f or.a nwiir. One little white duck Running from the. water. One very fat duck lTuttj little daughter; One very grave duck, swimming off alone. One little white duck, standing ou a stone. One little white duck. Holding up its wiug, Onti utile bobfcing duck, Mfcking water-rings ; One little black duck, turning round ita head, One h:g black duck ft he's gone to bod, Oae liltle white duck Walking by itB mother: Look among the water-reed, Xtybe there's another. Not another jny whsre ? purely you are blind ; Push avay the gras, dear, ducks are hard to find. Bat I think my wee duck Is the nicest duck of all, He han't any feather1. And his mouth is sweet and 6niall; Ee runs wiia a lij;ht step and jumps upon my knee. And thougn ho cannot swim, he is very dear to me. One Utile lady duck, motherly and trim. Eight l...

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. — 25 September 1874

Jrlndrcw (o. eptiblic;m. 7'KUMS: $1 50 pirytnr, in advance. nill'AV JIOKSINU, SKPTUJ'IIER Co. 1I-74. THE PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET. For (jovrrr.or major wx cisti:y, orivttu conn:?. Fcr t.irtter.anT (nrmor HON'. S. lll'API.IIK, of Greene county. For Secrftart of State W. It. LLfLIU'T, of Marion county. Tot .I'i'lilor ( Ol.. 1"I"N" C. HAL!:, of Clinton county. For Trcorir-v HON. JOHN II. 11 SE, of Pt. Louis. For lierjiitt r nf Jc i C. T. lil'NKNIilUMSY, of Audrain county. For S"prrinti'n'!, ill ot f'Mic Sfhoolt Jl!N IIOMOHI, oflron county. For Atlornrit Ostu mi ll. TW1T( III'I.L, of .TacLfon county. For J'liitiri its ,,-ivnc louit v.'jf. J.IIOWI.LI., oi Monroe rounty. I.HCIS HOULii. nt nni t'irinleaii nuntr. REPUBLICAN t : : -iovj WW TIic Eepublieans of Andrew county will meet in Mass Conven tion at the C o u r t houso, Savannah, Mo., at 1 p. m., on Saturday, Oct. 3, 1874, for the purpose of selecting a County Central Committee to serve two years and to transact any other 'business that m...

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