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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 25 September 1874

0U3 EEIGH30H3. "Worth County Items. From the Times. Pied, Afr. Aalc A. Fierce, consort of Jainc M. Pierce. a k Frost paid our neighborhood a vialt on Taw-lay lu'jrains aud nipped our "cow-cum-b-i " '.-Married, nt the residence of the bride's pi rcnla, Sunday, September 1:1, liTl, by Judge V.'. I. . Xcal, Mr. Krc'iklin Kiik to 1I1S3 Vina J. 1 Adam. bi.Ih of Worth county. Itlef niirs our painful province to chronicle tl- death of Mrs. Kntli Mathews, contort of Mr. .1. K. M dhews, who died at her husband's rcji d. ni--on Ihe llth iiHt., afttrau illness of shoit duration. Nodaway County Items. (From the D-.-niocrat. On Sunday, the ll:h in-t., Wm. 35. Adam?, lnlug mar Hopkins, committed suicide by J.a.-:nj iimnelf. -Au Masonic Ha'.l U no.v in processor r-'i.in .it Pickering. It is a ti.Lue buiUiag f t in sue, cost of same being Sa.OoJ. We h iv-' seen the plans lor a proposed new liihlbiuMin, three stories in height, built of b.-K-k, uwl ontaiLing 75 rooms to be erected on 1'.tMl!d Ihe X-...

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. — 25 September 1874

KISSES. " Are kicH ppinte, mother tH Little Walter asks, Ilaiiini: great dark earneHt ejei To others, blue as &ummerV Bkicfl, That brighten for her eter boy. Through her life of hop and joy, And tender woman tasks. i"arIo3R little questioner, What knows hp of kte.ee ? Fat e caress soft and sweet, Jhoh frerii luur of lift to Rnet; lUeing ki-w of nirei and molhor, CIai of winter, hug of brother; Thanks lor baby blisMfl. Happy cberihod darling. He nor kuo'vs nor care ; Of i'"ioxia! !:; that prt-n in vaia On thow that cannot rIow again. Of wild dipiiniif kffist pretxl Oa damp sod- where our idol re-t ; lid sad unanswered i ray era. Can true-LearlM childhood Gae.v snch t hi upa can Iw, As kif-s 'tween tecrci foe aud foe, A1 hand- that clafcp oVr ulfn Iwlow, At kiert with no lri:iiK leaven, Coldly tafcei, M!y given. In custom courlt ? Can frank-hearted childhood Drean: that kindred Iipw, 1,1 jw that have met a thousand time1", Wans amitme an oofs rhymes, May for each other learn to fr...

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. — 25 September 1874

FAIK VLAY. The f -llowing anecdote, is related of a tar who once had a narrow escape from imminent peril. He iras in a ship frozen in, in the Arctic regions, and, like young Kelson, had strayed on the ice lieedle?s of danger. He was far from the vessel when he saw, coming round a block of ice, a huge polar bear mak ing directly towards him. Totally un provided with any defensive weapon but his knife, he bethought himself of an Old World weapon for extreme eases prayer. Hut how V And what? There was no time to deliberate, the monster was near, and delay would be fatal to the poor fellow. So ho opened his knife and grasped it firmly hurriedly uttered a few words how earnestly can hardly be imagined, but their rugged ness speaks forcibly, of a mingled ter ror, desperate courage, and dim-twinkling faith : " O Lord, I dinna trouble yo often ; but ye see mo an' ye see this bear. O Lord, an ye winna help me, dinna help the bear. An' if ye'll help neither the ane nor the ither, stan' by an'...

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. — 25 September 1874

Hailroad Timo-Table. Kas City, St. Joseph and Corf BbB MmA Kortli;Exprit. Freight. Egjtwj. W.Joieph..JPM 0:10 am ltgM j-g- i:5. f..iv.mnah ..4:10 Kosemlale..l:3) U.lckow. ..: lUniant l:5i 7 A! 8:30 S-JiO 9:15 10:20 :iar-ville..s: iu:-o -"-j 3:lt o,iaway Amazonia. .S:U- :' J- " (savannah.. .7:3i 1!.wml:llc..i :. llilckow ..."::!') 4 :o" ltniiard 7:i'J !: ::3D MarviiUe ..G:35 Nodaway 12:0") 11:17 LOCAL BREVITIES. Sr E advertisement of X.Y.Lifc Ins. Co. SiNOEtt S. 31. office in Glazier's store. Good cider vinegar sit -Howard's- cents a gallon. Coon prices paid for good grain at Savannah Mills. Tun Singer is the best and most durable- machine in the market. Kl-sseli. 1ms just received a new snp plv of dry goods and groceries. Take vour wool to Bussell and get a g,.od price in cash or cheap goods. " The late nuns have put the ground in PNccHeut condition for fall plowing. New fall clothing, hats, caps, boots, shoe, &c. just received at J. J- Miller".-. Ir vou want a pood bargain m se...

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. — 2 October 1874

-'J-"J-i-xijj-..JUB,J1Jll,J-m., , M a ,,, ,M ,., ., ' C O W T j. lie as. lOttll Andrew vo F.iron sways rs axd XO FEAR SHALL AWE. ,. O. E. PAUL, Editor aud Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1S74 SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Jir'rf'.iw, . in this cohtmn, fifty emit per fine ,',.ro. i , i. mclidiuii tae general heial. Tkosc rht .1 i-i th tohuna tire reliable -am it their n active ca'lintis. yoi.. ATTOJ!.KS. orrrspaii&cnrr. lnt.t Were Unexplained before. 5, .1. .-i, . or loaning .aey-v"!! .1 e 'it' A Mffi'M!?.'' ''"! '- rimd. ...tale on short notice. I Mrh;-;. ,,.. nUceii..,;, c.imty.mcins anil i-jvctigalms j i. 'a ",r,"' at law, will i.r-ut-,. V, . all iheco-irts of .Northwest Missouri f-f-r.al i.,i. i.i.Hi given l..l.tt,;U. in the ri.nn.t ami ir..'! - ,... .mice nv.r tin-jail, -iKKKSf .1. A I'EAIO.V. attornevs ami V,7 ,....!-, U ,rs at law. I'artirular attention riwtil..o,..kcli.ns. O.Bce on the 80atii uide .t II.-- ;i; in-, in ikit Itani; Uullilai- -3 T J; ,M-Vt"s ail(tniy-a-...

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. — 2 October 1874

ANDREW GGUflTY REPUBLICAN, SAVANNAH, MISSOUBL XFAVS nr BRIEF. PERSOSAL. X wcddinc in high life in announced to take place in Chicago on tho 20th of October, the parties to tho affair being Col. Fred. Grant aud Mipri Honore, a reigning bclto of the Garden City. Tho wedding will take place at tho residence of Potter Palmer, a brother-in-law of tho brido. Cousiderablo uueasinces ia felt in regard to tho condition of Urigharu Young, who in Benoueiy ill at Salt Lake City. A vagrant astrologer has predicted that ho would die on tho 7th of December next. Tr.o English poet, Charles Swain, a favor ilo contributor to periodical publications, and whose poems havo been reprinted in tho United States, Fiance and Germany, died at London, recently, aged 71 years. Walter Johncon, formerly of tho Chicago Inttr-Ocean, and for a number of years asso ciate editor of tho Hock Isdand Union, has bought out the entire interest of L. 31. Haver utick in tho latter journal, and assumed edi torial control. Hen...

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. — 2 October 1874

THE YOUNG FOLKS. l'nim'n Letter. I m sitting in the etudy, Writing letters, when I heard, " Pleasfl, dear mamma, Hridget told mo Mamma niusn't be 'isturbed. " But I'se tired of the Vltty, Want some ozzer fing to do, Witing letters, iz 'ou, mamma ? Taa't 1 w.te a letter too ?" ?4ot now, darling, numm&'a busy ; llun and ilaj with kitty now." No, no, mamma, mo wite letter, Tan if ou will Bhow me how." I would paint my darling's portrait As his sweet eyes searched my face Hiir of gfId and eyes of azure, Form of childUh, witching grace. But the eager face was clouded As I slw!y bhook my head, Till I said ' 111 make a letter Of you, darling boy, instead." So I parted back the tresses From his forehead high and white, .And a stamp in sport I pasted Mxd its wa es of golden light. Then I said, " Now, little letter, (to away and bear g-Tod news.' And I smiled as down the staircase Clattered loud the little shoes. Leaving me, the darling hurried Down to Bridget in his glee. " Mamma's witiu...

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. — 2 October 1874

111.' I Alt 1 ?1IE PSOPIiE'S STATE PICKET. J'r fi-n,nr M A.!- !i W M. OKNTUY, ofl'ottis county. -" . -'U-iiH.lt l " i it"' Ho. W. HEAIl.i:i:, of Orcem-cunty. "i.i-.VfC ltd, Vr V" W. i:. LCi IXTT, .if Marion eonnty. ...i'iim- " loL. i:VUX C. HALE, of (Hilton i-nunty. " .- T, ttfi' HON. Jul IN 11. Vltvi:, nf M. Iinis. ' - '. fi.'."1 of" -" f' . T. i.'t'l-KMti.l'KV, "I" Amliaiii connly. - r .Vt.. f.r.it )'-!? if F- 'j!:r SW.i- .loi: lli:iiil, ul'Is-vii cuuntv. ' r i ', 1 - ' U. -. lWlli !i: ( JarkMdi c.iaiily. .,.!.' "J ". ' 'A M .i. I!" AVI !. . ' '.I. i';-"'-""! . ! 1 Hot i , ..i t .ii'i- f.ivi.'!'' " unity. na&niu.uurt REPUBLICAN iVlass Meeting! The EcDiiblicans of AiuIrcYt" county will ivivci iii Mass Conven tion at the Coiirt miisc Suv'inna), Mo., at 1 p. in., on Saturdtiy, Oct. 3, 1 .QTJ. fni fSn it!vnncn ot sclectiii"' ii County Central Committee; to serve two .years and to transact any other business t li a t may be (bought prop yl. N. WEBSTER, Chairman Co. Central CoimnitU...

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. — 2 October 1874

A TiR'XJrEitiJOLT. Jamn3 O Bro.idhsad Can IVot Sup pjit tho Democratic State Ticket. I"Cin T3t Admit That a "War Upon tlic it idical Party Must Kccdd be a War Upon Union Men." The fol!nwin:-' correspondence will be read w.tu interest: Ilr.M,., nil., 1 i. r.:'. i. Committi::: s I septem -el-Is, ls74. Jmitct '). llroiMctvl, IC-ij.: Mi:: 1 am instructed by the State (Vnrr.il unimittcc to ask if you will ai in tne p-v-eii.. canvass, nso, that vou St. Loris, SVpt. 2(1. 1ST I. ! ti,-rrr,,r,t of tkc IK tuocnUtc Sink Vcn Ir d i mmi'itv: UaR.NK Your letter of the IStli i in:. h : been received, inviting ice on i behalf of the committee to take part in ... i.t- r . I me piv--iii canvass, j ms i can not con jnt to do. and tlierefore rejveUnl!y de clitu. 1 -hall probably vote for some o the candidates nominated bv the J 'em - . - cwtic convention, hut for reasons which t ;.i :n ...... .i I ii.iri.iu I.IU-I.KIUI1, Hill 0!ipO;e IIIC ticket a-: whole The recent add.ress of the Democratic .Htiie IV...

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. — 2 October 1874

SEA VliEAMS. 21T JOHN a. WUITTir.R. The waes are glad iu breeze and sun, Tberoekeare ringed with foatu; I walied once more a haunted hljort, A stranger, yet at home A laud of dreams I roam ! Is this the vaud, the froft eei w ind That8t:rreJ thy loci of brown; Are these the rooks vhoe mostca knew The trail of thy lisht Ravm Where boyaud girl sat down? I He the grny fort's lircAe 11 wall, Th6 boat that rock" Ih-1ow ; And, out at sm, the jiasbins sills TVe-iawsjIonsago, Jlose-rcd in moniiug'J glow. The fre-hueor the early tiiiM On every bretw ifc blown ; As glad fie net, a blue the nky The chaae is our.- alone ; The sa Sdest is my own I A i-trau'er now, a world-w.irn nian Th he who ban my nnue ; ,li;t thor, methiulis, who-e mortal life Immortal yorth beeaite, Art c ermors the t-aino. luouart not here, thou :ct not there, Thy place I cannot ; I raly Iiuovr that where thou art The b!ei-soi aurtls lw And hcavea in glai for thee. l'crg!e ice if the c I jeara Haw left on :ne their hUn; VTjb...

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. — 2 October 1874

Best Organs on Most Favorable Terms. Cabiuet. or Parlor Organs are capital things for peddlers to work witb, be cause very poor ones can be male at half the cost of good ones, anil few peo ple are competent to tell the diifcrciico froin a first examination. Manufac turers print in their catalogues trices which are three or four times as high as the value of such cheap work. Then the peddler starts out and puts them on the people in various ways. He Bells at an enormous discount, if he cm get cash ; takes part traile n ncccssnij, or leaves the organ awhile on trial, and sells it on long time at "manufacturer's price," exhibiting the catalogue to gliowthat it is such, or even at :i dis count from this, wliieh ho can weL af- The Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. Lave recently announced a plan wiich is likely to interfere with this business. This compauy, as is well known, nukes onlv the best work, which, by its mi forin excellence, has obtained the h.gh est reputation for their organs. 'Uie...

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. — 2 October 1874

- r3 - u nonce tiiat in a single township ".7 " m7 ir i i Holt countv there was a fallin"- off in Railroad Timc-Table. ,;, ,,, . - , . k,,a. r..v. St. Joseoh Md twa ax, M110 nm,lbcr rcS,5,cro'. compare.! with J.'ortli: ,Ma:l& M.ii.t I "vo vt'a,"s :lS of :l huiulrcd ami thirty. j.ci .ioi tlio apathy oi the people pro duce this result in this county. Every man will have an opportunity of voting lor men oi Jus choice, and he should rot THE PEOPLE. Kvir. Frciiht. lAim- -t..Io..ph..:i t, ri r..!u ,ui 1 ..r. ra Am.i.coiii.i..;l'Vi (..Ti lV5 Mt.iimah ..4.1i Z-il lbisriidalc. .I'SJ s.::W iSnlcko-...4:l.: i:.im:ird lit SI: 13 .Mai-tOlle ...-i:;S) M:Ji) id'away ...... 2:WI South: Joseph. .S:.-S)a:i .ll)rji 2:SrJi Amazonia. .':.-) 3:M 1-' 12 savannah.. .7 Ti-I Ii:Oi i:'-islali'..7-.W J .3 1 U'dckow ...7:--'J llamai-d. 7.10 a:l.t MarwiHe ..u:3. 2:SJ Nodiwav - l."xpit". o:ll 12:0i) AM. H.3.; 11-17 Congressional Convention of tlio 1 mtn District at Savan nah on Tuesday. A Farmer Nominated. Th...

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. — 9 October 1874

coT J" The Andrew Republican. -vo j'.iroy; .virjr.s- r.s- ja- .vo shall awl: O. E. PAUL, ) Editor ami Publishor. i SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1S74. YOL in. F- 51, ? 1 V fc V &&n?r SAVAKKAH DIRECTORY. jHerrlmemeitt in Mi colnitrt, fitly cent per line I tnr nu ':"i. iticlutlntti the 'iniet't'l head. Tliue i ' mle-rti'e 1,1 lht rolnm are reliable and i tlftuiktfoi ir.ird in tAi ir reiprrlicc calling. attoi;n:ys. t"ii -i i:vai.t , . ... . . . ' inn i.i iiihi .oiar, ..I Cl.l:.. ll-11fi f '.mri.li,.tlu. .t.iN ..... .. ...- In- ii.-ip.u- ,if in. inn:.- moncv can hate it -c- ! cured Willi real e-t.ile on -hurt notice, it T rniniM'UorN t Uw. L'.irTirul.ir ;iilt-nt imi nrii t.rnllfrtiiiit. oiliti on lh soiilh nv -iii.!!', in new Hani. Kiiihltnir. -' J HINT. M LIU':-:. :i;tiuin.-:ll-l.uv. Will trj:i-.u-i all Im-i:! ntnislisl In him j.n.mi.i Irrei-Ht mi.iiv ami r.o-i-iuiiy. Cm ! li.niui at iiu- tin r", uiliri. svaiinnh. ;,i 21 l , uiiii i :tirinuv law atnt U. -"r.u i him m..ivamu...

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. — 9 October 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. XEW8 nr BRIEF. PKRSOXAL. It is announced that Senator Jones, the millionaire of Noada, will eoou bo married in Waaliiugtoa to a Mies Sullivan, of New York, who waa a leading hello in Washington last winter. lit. Rot. Henry W. I-eo, Episcopalian Bishop of Iowa, died of cryMpel&s at Ddven- port last week, aged 59 yeara. Henry C. Bowen has replied to tho lette of Mies Cattiarino E. Beecher, in which ho denies emphatically that over wroto to Tilton or anyone elee a letter charging hur brother with adultery, or that ho wan in any eenso the originator of tho great scandal. The Grand Jury of Brooklyn has found a criminal indictment againtt Mr. Moulton for the hbol of Miss Edna Bean I'roctor. That $20,000 reward still waits for any ono who will find Charloy Boss and capture the kidnappers. Tho detectives announce that they relinquish all claims to the money. Hon. Schnyler Colfax has been delivering addresses to tho farmers of Colorado. Yonug...

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. — 9 October 1874

THE YOUSG FOLKS. Counting the Fingers. Davy, dcir, jour Augers liold, Latcu ar story's tolJ. Thud'" a regno, and wmrn, ' Co:aet Lri us tii the sweets,' says Thumb. Straipbt rir-t 1'mK. r Ix-nfiB to hear, She's a rp-' when Thumb is near. ' Second I'lcpers-ivF, 'I'll go,' Cries hi l'mcer, ' Count tnc too. little rirjgcr ttiuds aloue, Sas, The sweets are not our own." Thnrab i-ay Lt no Tinker pay Where the meets have gone to-day.' "Tirst ringer cries out, 'No, Not a w.'rd frcrn me shall go.' " Second Tiuger tbakea her head, he ui-uU suffer death instead.' ' Finor Third is full cf fear, Lt the n.arka of guilt appear. Little ringer criee, For shame I stall tell where lies the blame. If ue ail are made- to smart. With the rest I'll liear my lurt.' "And I think, that through and through, Lutii ringer's nghl don't jouj" How They 3Inke Ire In lnilin. Now, although ice keeps bo well for a long time when packed in ships built for it, aiitl in this way can be conveyed to any East Indian port, i...

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. — 9 October 1874

Jlntlmr a. Sqtnblicjm. ' 7.7." "" !iutr. at tulriiiw . MTom:i: !'. a:ram-t .Mr. J.. 1) ( .irter. ;i very ei- . lout ami popular jreiitleniati of .lefl'er Min toxvu-liip, win) ha- re.-i.le.l here thirtv years and never held ollicc. Order of Publication. O XUAII.I. I)!: X.U!i.ll:FF anil li.mil n.-ar- O llillH. I'lT llll-.tl.iml. plaintiff-. UlMIU.-t John Heport of Room Ho. 7, Sivannah Public Sshool, for the Month Com mencinir September 7 und Ending October 2, 1374, p. C. ilatteson Teacher. ' THE PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET. yor O'iffrnm jia-hu: xvxi ;i:n"ti:v, of rem-county. yor Ltrtttffinr.f l.oerroo HON . - W lUI.VUI.Ki:, of i.reenccoiiniy. For SrcrctttCf t State W i:. mUTI . of Marion county. yor iiirlttur 01. i:wi:x IIAI.!"., o! ninluit comity . Tot' Trtaxnrrr HON". JOHN It. FI i:. of .-t. :..tuis. For ttcqiUri af IaiiiiI C.T yl'l'-IiNKKirllV. of Auilniin county. yor Stwrruttril'Hl at Public .Si Aunt. JOHN MOXIOTll, of Iron county. T'o, Attorney Genrrnl I) . 'I U'ITi7Ii:i.L. f .Jjclvou ...

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. — 9 October 1874

What the Kepublican Party Has p Done and Will Do. (icn. Tom. l.roT.iie :i(Mre.Ml a ni'i'tiupjit riiicn City, in :i ina-icily sjiwch. From it r:e quote the fol lowing ju-t awl merit u tribute to the Kepublicnn 1'nrty : The I.i'liiiHicaii partv propir-es no l-,ii"iTous experiment for our linan- rouble-. It lias i en the-people " ., ........ I -. . 1 eiirrenev : uiev nave lrieii u 1:101' otmlily, -" :11e sati-ticti that it is Mire and -Scadt:i-t. We proini-i' the neople to remedy the defects of tin: -v-tcni. to eorrf et it- abu-e.:imt then let well enough alone. NW believe one of the important elpinent- of a reliable linaiieil sy-tem is stability, l'.ul tin' Kepiildiean party proniies the people money eipial in volume to -lie demand- of " legitimate bii-ines-. tv jmiieioiis lep-latiiiu it promi-os 10 prole, t the people from the evils of a redundant and irredeemable cur rency, on the one hand, and the dan-ircr- of iolent and .-inbieu contrac tion u Hit! other. It propo-c.- to Mrike fro...

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. — 9 October 1874

THE OLD M.EEriXa ROOM. fcY EEY. JOHN TIIEO. KTTEIWi. I come, a pi'grira wan autl worn, Back to the bouse where 1 was bora I xltly treail to-day 1 My lif art lxaw, afi a holy thi:. The many memories I brinj From life's Iou, t ary u ay ; r.imilJar are the-c Ftairs indent, Which to tlio wrond Ptory lead How natural to me! Jot a of old I do dtclaro The knut-hole in the wa-h-fomrd thti 3 Tisoii st ill juttfec! Nine ttciw I n d not count them through III lay yuu what you twII, 'ti o; The shirt llisht there hai four. This hand-rail on the eiitry-si.le What f irt for liny atlon-n to slide. As we were wont of jore. The window, at the head, is weu, Venetian i-hnttorf, painted preen. And they are Hosed up still. The ghOKtly liht of evening IslU So jule upon the Flairs anil wall-, Ifetlatitaid chilli Half (.milium now, and now half PMt Halt weeping nr:t and now half glad, Do I aoefcd the htalrs. I reach the ti--I touch the door- -It open a it did of yore I did it imavran ! The dear old room ! h...

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. — 9 October 1874

I I A Famous Medical Institution. From the Chicago Times. "The name of Dr. 11. V. Pierce baa become as familiar to the people all over the conntry ta household words. His woiideiful reme dies, bii pamphlets and books, and his largo meiicai experience have brought him into prominence and given him a solid reputation. The Tivien, in tWo present issue, presonta a wholo-page communication from Dr. Pierce, and our readers may gain from it some idea of the vast proportions of his bunincBB and the merits of his medicines. He has at Buffalo a mammoth establishment, appropriately named " The World's Dispensary," where pa tients aro treated, and the remedies com pounded. Hero nearly a hundrod persons aro employed in tho several departments, and a corps of ablo and skilled physicians etand readr to alleviate the Bufferings of humanity by the most approved methods. These phy sicians aro in frequent consultation with Dr. Pierce, and their combined experience is brought to bear on tho successful ...

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. — 9 October 1874

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