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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 12 February 1875

THE LITTLE FEOPLE, i Jloijuinh Hurry. Iu passing the library door one day, found it open aliout half-way, And guessed at once whose little feet j'lad ntraycd witliin that loved retreat. Yes, there he sat in the, great arm-chair, Our roguish Harry, with curly hair ; His f?raudpa'8 npecs his none astride A fewr days ninco they were laid aside. To hoc the grave lines about bin mouth, )ne would tliiuk to hear sage words come forth ; Ho I quietly listened, and not in aln, To learn what thoughts had stirred his brain. " Mamma say dran'pa's done to Heaven, Where Millie went when h'o was seven ; I de.ss b'o stood by the window to sing, When the auzeln told her who zey'd bring. 44 An' when 'e see'd him turn in at the door, ie c'apyed her hands an' cied, ' Uran'pa Moore I' en s'o yunued an" tissed him, an' took him away To the big, big 'oom where the cliil'ens play. Such funny 'tories dran'pa 11 tell 'Bout the ' Old 'omati ' an' ' Uessie Hell!' Do zey ever have bed-time C Wis' I knew. Ill dus...

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 February 1875

Andrew (0. quihlmii. 'IE It MX: $1 p:r -wo:, in advance. trwr-Mrv ri::ns .nirr'N.t. (fur postngc) to ..ii-i:tnr.i!s m:T ok tiu: ointy. Terin3 of Advertising. One Dollar per square lor !h-t insertion, -'jSftv Cent- for r.u'h .ulii'iii-ut in-eition: One -1.1 ir-'. twelve line-. nonpareil type and or OM'j inch il'.ivn in" coiun.n. Adinini-traior's. Notice Kiiial ett!einent Notic t-rrav N, .::! $:: no no nllc Dollar for each additional animal. Local 1,. ,-, nj ji.-i- I;tn- tir-t ir.-ertioii live -cent- per line fm- each -u'.i-eme!it in-crtioii. H:i!).v m i ; n i x t ; , r.ritiM " a it v l- 1-7 VOTE OP THE D.STBICT. 1 '-i H.7 :!.- :?(: -jik; j r "1 SC2CTII: 5'Tolt - 171 Ol'O IJ-JCI fill ;.!)! .A tohi-on -Coiliiway - Total - - : iMrKiUop over J olint in over The District i 1 VI Dawson, 221 inaj. Dawson, 171 niaj. ; Jlppubliran by -aboiil GOO majority on a full vote. Ox tho rth inst.. the Stale Auditor drew a warrant in favor of the Fund ;ouMms-iom?r- lor 5U:1.00i. to meet the iuaturity ba...

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 February 1875

Reasons for Interesting Tacts in Natural History. Why havo l,irls tf.jcawls? r.noau. j iz.nrIs:ir employed to grind the food rep:iratnry to (licstiuii. 1 n liy lois a black down urow under , the leathers oi turns :i vinterapproacn rt:eause the itcrvvn is a non-eondue-toa ol heat, and black the warmest color. Why have ostriches small vinir-'.J lie- . .. . ( T cause, havn:ir Ioni; h!":, they do not i require, their vni"s fcr ho- it; thev an; 1 , . , -T . ,. , ' inerelv Used to teadv their btfdies vr Jrle , runnmir. ,A Whv cannot tlesh-eitiiij animals liv ill Vegetal ile? liccanse. the ratie juice ol a llli-eatin,r animal, beini; adapted ' to the duty whic h it has to peribrm, will no4 dissolve vegetable matter. Why are there so many bodily lorms in the animal creation? 5eeau.-e iu. dilVcrent creatures which (loci crealcil have different modes of life, and the jir:ii of their bodies will be found to -irc-ent a oerfeet adaitatiou to the lives :ul tied to litem j ( ((M.ANV WI illMlri. hv...

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 February 1875

THE VTIjI.AO E UEAVTY. There she stands ju.-t within (.lie trelli0(l porch, Her fair face turned to meet the Mimruer air, Half Htandini,', and half leaning lazily Against the lattice, thick with flowerets fair. Here Imml the ro-n-s havy from the stem. And spreads the jasuiine in profusion sweet ; Tin grand we.-leria droop abovo her lif.-ul, While iinU-fr:ir;"l daisies Moom at her feet. Tin- eglantine rarve her youii' ohfel:. The wif t wind f rolicrf with her shinim; hair. And a truant loci;, i-.sraped from the !aud. 1'luttvrs its gold on her forehead fair. Iter hit v.vv H.-tles-dy down from her hand, While her lingers toy with it! riblvms bine : l-'roiu under her simple hut dainty dress Preps a t:ny foot in a buckled jhoo. till' gazcH dr'amily on! oi the seeae Of coppice, and lam-, and shinny field. Willi oyert vho.-e ht.-ter tlieir l.iulies thrive In vain to conceal, though they may jdiiold. KlillncKs lvs in lh- scented air, A delicate languor brood over all. And naught is heard sa...

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. — 12 February 1875

t The irooil 11:11110 of the old Sherman lions' , Chicago, is Imuiii? nobly 111:1111- j tained by the new. mere if; nut a net tor hotel 011 the continent. Its prices, too, lmve jnst been reduced. V.'ixhoft'.s Fevek and Ague Tonic. '1 s me licine is used hv coiiHtnictiou com- 1 c.-i for Uie benefit of their employes, when 1: '&Titl in malarious uistnctf. llie highest 1 t TimniaLs have been given by contractors and 1 the l're.iiilents of rsomc of the leading rail r '.'jLs m the South and West. When men are -..n;rc-gatcd in large numbers in the neighbor 1. 'm of swamps and river. Wilhoft'H Tonic mcla-iuea, and will amplv reward the compauv ' m tlic Having of time, "labor and money. We r i mtiK-nd it to all. Wiiixi.ock. Fixity &, Co., 1 1 . ; riL tors, N ew Orleans. I or aJo by alJ drug- I Lvxi people, particularly children, suffer with the earache : and for the benefit of such we give a sure but pimple remedy. 1'ut in two or three drop of Johnson's Anodyne Lini ment, stop the e...

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. — 12 February 1875

Andrew $o. ihimiliam. Railroad Time-Table. tnsas C'ty, St. Joseph and Couicil Bluifs Railroad. .V, Mai! t Fivislit. Kvh'... i-ji 0:l aji 1 :'.." ma:-i. North: 3I.til A n 1 ;:i.i. .:!:" v.vin .ii . . 1 :1' !.' i-, :t-l :le..S::V). r.,.i '...w ...4:W 4 S:."t 0:13. Xt y illc . .j:). N'!:i'-V:iy South: .. .l(f-u''I-.c:30. A iti.i.onia. .S:0." ..lSf o-.H Savannah.. .I'M KfHil:ili..7:'2 I, ili-koxv ...TrJ'i !'. ir.ianl 7:!' 31 jrvvilli' . .(:') 4.:"a l ( :vt.r. V.i lawny 1-J:(K) 11:17 wi in iiliwiliinwiil" LOCAL BREVITIES. Sixuku S. oflieo in Ulaziers store- VaLKX.TIIW 10 1" Sale ftt tllC Fost OiUcu. Tub liev. John Oillies w.ill preach 'On the .Sin against, the 1 y (.host,- i:e:ct S:ihbuth evening, at. the Sixth Street 31. E. Church. All invited. Tin: Singer is considered the standard sewing machine. Tut. ery of fire was raised Saturday evening, occasioned ly the hurning out r.t'a chimney in the house of "Washing -U-:i Wrei;! but which resulted in noth ing bui-a.cea::e. 15.SAXr.oKN" can s...

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. — 19 February 1875

'Ca.m-TnijurmnTtL'-i-!-!! i ,'"J m i-nn- i n.n ijw.i'jl jLUiaMimmiumi 1 im, im c o "tjn t Republic A0 FA I' OB SWATS V S AND XO FBAll SHALL AWE. F. M. TAYLOR, Editor and Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1875. VOL- IV. N-18. Andrew 10 SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Ailrtifrmfnt in thin column, Jil'J cent ferlint Jar ovr iitr.t, includinn the grntrnl htnit. 'Ihvse th-i adi'rrtixc in thf column I'.rr rfHtblc clnd striiiyhtfonrard in thtir rcpectire callings. ATTORNEYS. J If. "TKYAKT, Attorm-y :tt law anl Notary . . Public. ('!',( urt-ljrU;i Up Miiir-i. I'ar- ; jii- iK-siiDU-. of loaning mcnu-v can have it s j cun-il willi rfiil c-Utr on t-hurt notice. -X T W. CALPWKLL, attorncy-iit-law ami VV Notary Public. Pay special altrntjon n collecting, VoiWcjaiu-ins ant invcatigalitiK llhv G T. UltV AN", altonirv at law, will practice tt i., ..11 ,.. ,..,iiit. .if .nvmwir M i3nmi .-.pt-citil :itlrnt'nin pi veil tohtiMiu-s-j in tin- county awl probate courts UanW. CI REKNI.KK & PKAKON. 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. — 19 February 1875

ANDREW COUHTYREPUBLIGAR. SAVANNAH, MISSOUEL NEWS IN BRIEF. 1'EHSOXAL. opric of Wisconsin. Two Episcopalian clergymen of Chicago Rev. Drs. Edward Sullivan and Henry N. Powers delivered sermons last Sunday in op position to the choice of Dr. DeKoveu oh Uishop of Illinois. Both gentlemen belong to the low church " faction, claim that the new Bishop is a Ititualist, and characterize Hitualism as heresy. Bill King. ex-Postmaster of the House of Kepresentatives at Washington, lobbyist, etc.. has leen found on a farm at Compton. Canada. Married, at Elnn'ra. N. Y.. Feb. 8, William B. Ogdeu. the first Mayor of Chicago, and a re puted ten-millionaire, aged 70. to Minn Mari anne E. Arnot, aged 50. This is said to be a genuine love match, the filthy lucre playing no part in it whatever. A. H. Whiting, another mining Paciiic Mail witness, has abo turned up in Canada, where he hats been keeping company with tho Hon. Bill King. Valinaseda is to be appointed Captain G en end of Cuba. Minister Washb...

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. — 19 February 1875

TILTOX-BEE CHER . SCENES AND INCIDENTS OI THE Git EAT TRIAL. i Hrrrhrr's Opinion of needier ' Cor. Cinoinnati Commercial. " Now, are yon really, after all, half a fool " said a friend of Beecher the other , day, in referring to some of his Tilton j letters. "I was intended for a first- j class fool," replied Beecher, "and have in me the material for that. hen the rest of mankind were made up, there was a lot of waste material lying around which was thrown together, and that's me." New York Telegram. Knowledge of the fact that under cer- tain circumstances a few women had got lina iii,ln,w,l linrcimo tf tlmf LUlJ LViU V JJtfcO J-mi iVAi 4. w sox to come here from a distance in hope ' of seeing the trial. Thev need not come, 1 for they can not get in, though several managed to do bo at first by stratagem. The only ladies whose presence is toler- j ated by the Judge are Beeeher's wife ! and Mrs. Tilton, with her companions, i Within the last few days some women i have got into an anter...

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. — 19 February 1875

t nii Limn nMwrtuwinggw msncansnm gn&i-cw o. gnbliijiiiu TERMS: $1 ,r0 per yoir, in advance. twk.vty ru.vTS Ai)inTKNAi. (for postage) T0 .,CI!?(:niIJKIt orT OK THE COUNTY. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per square for first ineertion, anil Fifty Cents for each aubequent insertion : Oiie o,ii!irc, twelve lines nonp:trt'il type, or om' inch down the column. Administrator's Notice Sjl m Final Settlement Notice ; Mr.iv Notice J 00 one Dollar tor each additional animal. Local ten cents per line first insertion five ronth per line for each suliM'tjucut insertion. FRIDAY mousing:. FEBRUARY !'.. Is7.r.. A bill has passed the Missouri Senate to authorize counties to work prisoners iu their jails. Xeahly one hundred destitute ipersons applied to the authorities of St. Joseph hist week for assistance. At Yankton the iee on the yiver is over thirty-two inches thick, and no signs of a break up. When the weather does set this mass in mo lion, there will be music. i " j A petition" was prese...

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. — 19 February 1875

THE LOST SHEEP. Tnere Were ninety and nine th.tt safely lay 1 11 tii ihelterof til.: fold; And inn was out on tlit hills away, Kir oil" from Hi- g.it- of gold: A way on the mountain' wild and burp Away from thf tender Shepherd's c.ire. Lord, Thou hat lu re the ninety anil nine rc they not enough for TliwV Hut the Hiepberd made answer, "Thieol Mine ILii wandered away from me; And, although the road.- he rough and steep, 1 go to the desert to Hud My sheep." Hut none of the ranomed eVer knew How deep wi'iv the waters crowed ; Nor how dark the night the Lord pasicd thro', Kre He lound lti- r-heep that Wiu lost. Uut in thede.-ert He heart) its ery, Mck and helpless, and ready to die. ' " Lordt Whence are lho-e blood drop" all the way Tn.it mark out the mountain's track V" ' They Were shed for one who had gone n'lray Kre the Shepherd Oi'tild bring him hack.'1 ' ' Lord, whence are Tliv hands o rent and torn ?" " They Wcle piem-d to-night by many a thorn. " nd all llitotijrii the mountains ...

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. — 19 February 1875

tuk roon jr. i a at mi: oath of PAHA DISK. , A Movniwj Dvmvi. A ( ir oM man died on one bitt-ir cold day, And directly to Paradis-- wended his way; I Saint IVtor he met 'tis a dream I relate J With his great shining keys, keeping ward at Uio j gate. I Now, while (standing here, with the apostle convers ing, Tlic events of his journey to heaven rehearsing, Hi hees a rich townsman th gate i ajar Slip quietly by th'.-m ami in tlirough the lar. j lie listen h ; he hears pals of music ans? To welcome tliis man to his home in the skif; tut ou entering himself, though bright viaion nil ' Jlirs fancy with rapture, al! is silent and still. ' How it, this?" turning bark to St. Peter, his guide; In :tcceits of wonder the poor mau then cried ; Wii u my n :ighbnr wjnt in, sweetest mimic I heard ; "Why is not the same honor on me now conferred ? " D'y(! keep up the distinction h? re, please let me know, Twist the rich and the 2Kxr that we had down be low 7" 41 Not at all," paid St. Peter; "oh, no...

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. — 19 February 1875

A liATTI.E WITH II C l.I.-W II ACK T.'.S. Every' now and then comes from the frontier :i story of lilood :uul passion canted by the raiding of froutu-r towns by Texas bull-wliiiekerH. The bull- whacker is not necessarily destitute of i humanity or principle, although the exi- J gencies of frontier civilization not un naturiulv beget in mm an indifference to tlie amenities of civilized life, and even; to the rights of his fellows. The bull- whacker becomes a bully, with a latent, energy for evil hi him, awidting its op- portumty to become active and disas-, trons. This opportunity comes when the bull-whackers escort their property , to market. Passing through the small ! towns of the frontier they become drunk , on bad whisky, and then their active ( energy for evil becomes little less than j astonishing. They rough-ride it over j the townsmen, shooting and cutting in their mad fury, and leaving corpses and invalids behind them. Until recently a 1 policy of conciliation has been main...

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. — 19 February 1875

Railroad Tirio-Table. s City, St. Joseph and C.cwwl Bluffs Railroad VrlIi: M.til& , Kxpre-t. rreiijiir. r-xin-iw-.. i'-Ainua-. ; .it'jli..:;::j i; 0:li am J :iy imi 4::J." a.m. i.oni:i. .:S:.pi5 t!:3r 1 :.VJ 3:00 . v m.ih ..4;lrt T:.; 1. il:ile..l.:V) P..-;, i,tY S:.V) K.-t.-urd t V. .1." M:r .ille . Nod .V:iy . So- th: Am ..oniit .S-tvv mail. IvOSt 'lilll' 1W1- .iv . P. in. i;-a... M:ir;. -.ille ::W iUrJ" 2:00 a:ii 12;00am. 11:33 .3::50ak (:V)vh rM .!$:. .7 .7 Ml .7 vifi .7:10 .fi::!Ti 5:30 12 1J 5:f.- 4.:5 4:0. 3:15 VJ.00 11;17 LOCAL BREVITIES. Singer S. 31. office in Glazier's store. St. Valkn'Tinh's day passed off- very quietly this year, not as many valen tines sent as usual. This, glorious clay, among' many others, is fast fading away. QriTE a number of the citizens of Sa vannah have been attending the Su preme Court,, at St. Joseph, during the past week. S: P.. Saxhorn" csm sell you Organs a:.d l'ianos at Factory prices. By pur chasing of him you can save freight. Tin; Fe...

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. — 26 February 1875

-""V Ua'.-t ' I c 0 VN T f- 1 sTh -f$ II 111 few Iti ! 1.1 t" I till A"0 FAVOR SWATS I'H A JSTJ) XO FEAR SHALL AWE, . F. M. TAYiOS, i Editor and Publisher. S SAVAjOTAH, MO., FllIDAY, EEBKITARY 26, 1875. Y":- IY. X"" 19. ml A 1ft 1 1 Komi hhQTi G W . r.j 'i . v ov i .-. nit Ni ' r3 m ri u t,i r; r,f ri i 'j lh u rj 1JUIJLUL1JL SAVMNAE BIRSCTOP.Y. .4-.' cr ;' m-ifi n 'us column, fifty rents per Jim lor if '., i-irhuliim tlx- 'iriwri'l hrni. Thoit ',, r.'-'ftiir in thi ruluniii arc reliable unit h .i !Hj.i-iriril in . :r ne jit railimjs. ATTOilX FA'S, i Tit -TIAA'Ai!!", Attorn-. :it law ami Notary . iin-.-, otirt-hoit-e, up i tirs. i'at- .. - h ir luitiiu-; money can have it m- cat i ! w:l!: mil e-tat- on -hurt no'ire. ! TTJ 7" u 'MWi:uh, altoi-iiiy-al-law ami TV N"' ii'.v l'liolie. Fay- sjici-i.il nllfiit i.n r. -l.t-t-: i!!, Votive, aiieiii!-;" and iiivc--ligutii-; " ' i (1 1 . V AN. attorney at law, will ira lie.i: j. i i a'i !'. nrt. !"' Nor;!ie-t Mi-sumi. i I '1 ; i'.i iitiMH ihei...

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. — 26 February 1875

fiKHRFW nniiSSTV RFPHR! iCBBi U5.L,S JJKJ i .IS.! UUZ.IUf.lt, BiVAXNAH, MISSOURI. jYEW8 IX BRIEF. 1'lCltSOXA L. Hon. Samuel Hooper, member of Congress from Massachusetts, died in 'Washington on the i:ith. Hon. Landon C. Haynes. who was a Con federate Senator during the rebellion, and for many years a, ironiinent politician in Tennessee, died at Memphis recently. Mile. Albani. a member of the Strakoseh opera troupe, which lately disbanded, has sailed for Europe. c.icxiciial. The War Department at Washington has issued orders for the enrollment of all the in habitants of the grasshopper-afilieted portions of the Western frontier, preparatory to the dis tribution among the needy of the 150.000 re lief recently voted by Congress. It is positively stated at Washington that the Presidents Arkansas message was prepared without the knowledge of any member of his Cabinet. The bill passed by the lower house of Con gress, for the equalization of bounties provides for the payment to every non-c...

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. — 26 February 1875

orn -iuvexiles. IVftttt tlir J-Vi .Shis. I'hf-timt-trt , chestunt-:r . Thus saith the fro.-,t t. thee : Open thy baud-1 to brown, Tot-s all 111!- rip mils down. Squirrels are waiting. Scolding and pratin:?: (Uieftnut-tree, chi stuut-tr- Fling thy nuts down. Maple-bough, nwpIe-lMUijh. Thou ha-i sunt: 1'U'ST ouov : With my f-harp ieeth so small. Ill bit.: tliy leaf stem all. Xow thou inu-t cover I "lower "raves over: Maiile-bou;h, msple-ljougi.. Fling thy leaves dwn. Honey-bee. honey-be.?. 1 have a word for Ui-. : out of each nectar cup 1 have drained ev ry drop; Even tin- aster Cried a-i I ia-.-ed Iv. r: Knney-hcc, honey-bee. Farewell, farewell. lliitterfiy. butterfly. I'll 'ill'; thy lullaby. ( to sleep, iiurple win,;-. freaiu of all lovely thing-; Koies are sh-c-pini,'. Snow fairies pe jiri- : Butterfly, butterfly. Why shouldst thou stay ? It is Onite Tnii'.'" ''That is an atrocious story !" said a lien, and it was in a nuarter of the citv ' where the story had not happened. , " Th...

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. — 26 February 1875

il'l 'JJ. -t- 111 u..'j-;rrz gi$ii Vil -j0' sgt-j.ttbilliUl AND TOWNSHIP CON- ------- , VBNTIONS. TF.fi If Si- Hi :m urr n, nr. ui a'lrain'C. ! i A CALL. Jc-sso Jamos He Kescuos a Con- I Order of FuOUotUiOtb- February 22, 1S7."S. The Central Committee of t lie . -p The Pennblicaus of the different , People's Party of Andrew county, , i herebv will please meet :it the Court Iloit-e, xvv r-ENT-J aidijina. (for po-ln;re) to iiir.v.iK ot !: nt:: cowry. fownshiiK. of the count v are - .. i rn I ... lr 1. .-.! called iinon to meet :it, their resncct- . " .aauuan, on 1 ucau:n , ..mi en -u, Terms of Advertising. ' t ,H;ir :ir i)ti:i"' lr lrt -"n-sertion, f l Out- f"'::' ear-, -n'l-toiii'iit in-erliiin: s.411 ire. twvlvt lei"- inmpured t5ie, 'ir , -.I ! !iwm Jlii 4!im 1. . t i iiniiit-traior-i Nutiee l! , ! ! i in:il -ad.-; ir'it -Voder jj ; sin- . !: ' ' uu I.i!.ir 'ore.u-h niMiliot:..) ammil. J,.;d f..n J-."r.ti erliite tii! ir.seriioii live -ni-. p-r !-te ior earn .-.:--oni-ni iu-i-rii'ii...

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. — 26 February 1875

A.RT THOU lilFIITG- YBT? T'10 followui.swcet tribute to a moth-.-'- i!!.:i!nry is lull ot lender ineauiu:r. and is v.'ort!iy of the pout-singer who wrote it.- Motion dunrifd, I rii- re no trr-md. iiuinorl.-.I .-pln-re II -in I r!c- realm ! broken uc-, 1 nil tile v. .Hit- Ui.ii murk tis here. u.l dry ! tear- irom weeping eyes; V. lief.- winter melts iii ftiilli-s.- -prir, i.d .Iiiim- -:.n-d ii. -ir with dc-thl- Uovrer-;; H iicrc v..- may Is arthc il.ur on.- tug W l.j-.v.i -; in ihi- world nfowa? I .-U. l.i! my cluck- aiv wet Wi:'i ti-.ir-. loroiic I c.tnunt .-ec; :i mother, art tlimi livimr yet. AinUis tluu -still rciiiemucr me? I i '-i thy fei.-ses o'er ni- thrill '. ,i.i:i 11. i . :iiii,'.-l id my life: 1 r. irtii;. lijiiin-;!r nnnl in. trill u ititicrl".!ie to care itini iritr; 2 .r. 'i-ll l.-r cr- tijtr.n jiu- .-ilillc, - from a i--ii-C -.doriiied, I i i i am ;ii:ti-uii-i limn art tnijrc, V.il I loiir.t that t!nui h.t-t died; I . l-ii -t lw - it in ri-rol ' .. v 1-loit- of'ii til...

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. — 26 February 1875

waitixc. years to wait !" I):ut do :t. My innocent blue-eyed unid ; Tor the years may lat a lifetime, While your youthful roM fade ! While your eye.-" are red with weeping, Ami watching the treacherous ,-ca : Till j on niu the i-ong of tlie lone one, " If' neveroamj ludt to me.' 1'ive years to wait, while others. Are dancing the dariee of youth. And the one, j -rhap-, you are trusting Is breaking hit vows, forsooth! I shall wait for my love, iny darling, Who has sailed far over the sea, I'ive years, or ten, or twenty,"' Said tho blue-eyed maid to :no. So she wrote her love-lea. rs. Or tended her garden Slower, Or watched the resiles bil!v.r.s On the beetling cliff for h-nira ; While she turueil h-r suitor pining Aw.ty from the cottage door, Awl w-.iited, patiently waited, One lout; year or more. " 'Tis very weary waiting." Said the bin -eyed maid to me. And she glau d at her !a.-t new fciiitor And then at the restle.-s ea ; Anil she flawed at th" roses fading In her pirden fair and ...

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