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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 19 March 1875

OUR J UT EXILES. Day J) reams. Gran "lumma's bf-st bonnet Ljinj; ou ihr fioor, Xcver Htich a tiling; was fccu In our house lx:fnrp. Kitty scratched it off tho bod, In it took a l ap, Curled hernolf np warm inside, And went fast aplcep. Here's a co.y kitty! Snug led up so nice ; V "ould hhe waken, do you think, If I whimpered mice! Fie, kitty ! lazy kitty I Oft I've heard it aid, Mice haro ueh a jolly time When the cat h abed ! Rustliug in the cuplxard, -Hcineakinf? in the wall, Don't they know you're napping ? , not at all: Up, kitty! now, kitty! Charo 'em as they run ! Time enough to take your easo When the battle's won! It's no us ; he won't heed ; Ttu re sho purw away, Lo-i:iH all her precious tinio For war, or work, or play. Ah, kitty ! O, kitty ! Sadly I am rueing; You are not the inbj one Who dreams inntead ofdnino. l!olhic Jfalcrs a 1'i.tii. One summer a little boy came from the city to spend a foAv weeks in the house opposite Bobbie's. Ilis mother and the rest of the family ...

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 March 1875

r.n ...... in wlntjicc. twenty :-i:.vis aiiditionai. (tor po-tne) to ..Cll-f.'ltll'.K.ItS KIT (If TIIK )l STY. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per. i-pune loitfr-t in-ertiou, FinvCent- for each .ihtint nw-nion: Mii.--.mare, twelve lime- nonpareil typi itml r ' one inch ilitwn tlir column. () A'IIIlinl-ir:iIM .xill'': ., ,u, i i.;,.. l s..ttl..iii.-n! Notice ' l-tiuii M-ttifiiicii! .xuhi- .. jjjj ! luZ I r,:;;:n;r! ! FIMDAY MOKMNO. MAWH 1, Irt3. REPUBLICAN nominations. Jor Countv Judirc for the County :it Large, IUN ATI I A X SNOW DK.W Km- Count v School Commisioner, JOIIN'w. WIUvKISSOX. l-'OK DISTKHT JI KCKS. DiTi:u:t No. 1 Compo-ed of .Jell'cison, Mon roe ami ltoclut.M-Townr-hip-, W'M. PAUKKU, of Monroe. t DMTitH-T Xi). i. '.riiiiipoM-dof I'latt.-, i:ni!ir- j ami r.i'iiton Town-iiips ; ... i in... i .rill..... t 11. li. A 1 '.i , OJ i iauc. in iiml iTittcT Vo. :i Compofi'l of V:i.-iinr:tn v I MTiarT N"o. 4 oiiio-iMt nf .lackiion, I.m nln :niil 'l:iv 'rown-liip. AXDUKW BAKU, of Lin...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 19 March 1875

THE OLD SEXTON. Niic'i to ;v crave that M; newly made, J.-am-d :i .-.;ton old on hi- e:irth-Vorn .-pade, Jfi work Wjii done, and he pau-ed to wuit "J'lje funeral train through the open gale: A relic of by-g.mo days was he, .Vint hi-; locks v. ere white as the foamy sea And the-e words e.ine from hi-j lip thin, 'I gather them in! I gather them in!" "I thither them in! for man and hoy, Yeur after year of grief and joy, builded the luine-, that lie around J'i every nook of this burial ground; .Mother ami daughter, father ami son, iiii- to my oolitmle one by one Jim e imi' they s!r.uiger-, or come they kin. gather them in! I gather them :n! M 1 iv are with me, but still I'm alone, J am king of the dead :inl I make my throne On a monument .-lab of marble pM; And m si;'l'tre of rule is the -pade I hold. inie thev from cottage. or come they from hall Mankind are my subjects all. all, all! .et t!iem loiter ill pleasure, or toilfully .spin , J galli.r them in! I gather them in! I gathvr them...

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 March 1875

.17, i.ittJji: mam ex: Ah, little maiden, frank ami t":iir, With r.-y lips ajiart, With bunbi-ams glinting in your hair, And sunbeams at your heart ! Gl.id sounds about your senses rise, That have no voice- for me ; Withe visions dance before your otm, That inina may nevor nee. And are the flowers so rare, love? And is tho day so bright? Tor me th hough are bare, love, And chill descends the niht. Ah, mo ! I mind me of a time, Deep in the- buried pat, "When I, too, dwelt in tho sweet clime, Wherein your lot its cast ; When fragrance floated on the breeze, Whtn heaven bent blue aliove, And every wild bird in thfc trees ant; still of hopj and love. iJead art; those flowers ho rare, love, And dimmed that day so bright ; For me the boughs are bare, love, And chill descends the night. (I rim clouds came up, an.l overspread The heavens with sullen gray ; The roses drooped, the fragrance fl;d. The breezes died away. And now, of all the happy throng, Ono bird is left alone. To Jii2g a broke...

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. — 19 March 1875

sornri: or rim ahxzox. 4JWL Xw V - v. V uita Vli . boon ii cause of dispute among travelers. Tt "rii"n !inw.is Willi lv Psmil i-nri 1 ' J . . . Tavara, of the 1 eruvmn HydrograpJiic ... Commission, that as the Ueayah has immission, Uiat as 1110 UCJiyall lias ?ater length and volume it must be re- r,,1 tf.o Pin -r.,lr 1..1 uled sis the liio Madie uel Ama.onas. my attempts have been made to navi- great garded Many attempts have been made to navi- gat jate the upper tributaries on the right , r , . , t- Mink of the Amazon, but with disap - TJ . , bank . ,. T, . ... , pomung HWl-. llteOll Klim.n the -waters of some of the Amazonian tributaries are, like ltto Negro, of a very (lark color resembling coilee. This has ''.?.. . , not been very satisfactorily accounted; f i it i. ..li- t... lor ; ailU it WOUlU naiw, !wm 10 dl- owing to the nature of the ground over which the rivers How, as this is of very diverse kind. When looked at through a glass the water is colorless ; it is only J in ca...

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. — 19 March 1875

w,.,.,., (ft 2? Atntftti'tit LOCAL BREVITIES. Suiei; S. 31. office in Glazier's store. Mkssus. Lyman Ashley ami Ilonry Copcr. of this eity. inteiul starting for .San Jose, California, the coming week. KusSEr.L is selling goods cheap, and has lot's of them. Call and see for your selves and get some bargains. Mi:. G. A. Eadkk, son of our mer chant tailor, ,T. 11. Eader, has been con- ( lined to his bed for some time, with a j severe attack of iuilamatory rheuma- ; i t;s:n. New and fresh stvles of Hamburg edgings, just received at Glacier's tore March i)th. w2 We understand that the residence ot John Bailey, about two miles west of liolckow, was destroyed by fire on Thursday evening last, between 10 and 1 I o'clock. Contents nearly a total loss. Pisured for $400, in the Continental In Mirance Company. Foi: first-class job work of all ;a.I at the Uepitui.icax ofiice. ca.i ut me kepi ui.icax omce. Mn. A. G. Clarice, an old citizen of Andrew county, intends removing to , Helena, Montana T...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 26 March 1875

C 0 XJ N T - tvvx; Ar 0 FA VO It S W A Y 8 U S A ND K 0 FEA It ,S' HA L L A U'F . F. M. TAYIjOR, I Editor and Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1875. Y"'"" IV. N"- 23. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Advertisements in this column, fifty cents per line Jor Que e . including the general head. Those 'teho advertise in thi'x column are reliable and straightforward in their respective callings. ATTORNEYS. TH. STEWART, Attorney at law awl Notary , Pulilio. OlHce.CViiirt-hnUse, upstairs. Par lies UiirK of loaning money can luivc it se cuivmI with real estate on Miort notice. '-M WW. CALnWKLL, attrney-at-lav and , Notary J'uli!i. Pays spee'tal attention o collecting, "conveyancing" and investigating itles. '.4 fA T. II KV AN, attorney at law, will practice X, in all the courts of Nortliwp.it Missouri. Special attention given tolniMues: in tin county jinil probate courts. Ullice over Farmers' Hank -J7 CI REENLEE & KING. Attorneys and X counsellors at law. Particular attention jriven to c...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 26 March 1875

ANDREW OQUMTY REPUBLIGflS, SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. NEWS IX BRIEF. j Friday, Itfarch 12. both victims being colored j men. Joshua Griffin was executed tit Bellnire for the murder of Miss Susan Taylor, a white woman, and Cieorgc Wliceicr was nangeu at EuHton. his crime 1ho being the murder of a white woman. Mrs. Margaret Vi'ittman. lloth was developed. An old nurso of the Tilton fam ily testified us to I'eechcr's vi.Mtn to the house at the time the retraction is supposed to have been obtained, and as to Theodore conduct at the time of his dismissal from the Brooklyn Virion and the Independent. A clergyman from lilooni- conntry, East, Went, North ami South, a firm and lasting bond of union, by giving them a common in terest in a common government, and bringing peace and prosperity to each and all of its inhabitants. confessed their crimes on the scaffold, tho ington. Indiana, who heard Tilton'!- lecture on latter saying : "My friends, I am going home! -'Marriage and Divorce,' testified as ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 26 March 1875

OUIt JUVENILES., The Court of lirrlin. King Frederick of Prussia grew nervous and ill When pacing his chamber one day, Because of the sound of a crazy old mill That clattered ho over the way. "Ho, miller !" cried he, " What sum shall you take In lieu of that wretched old shell ! It augers my bruin and it keeps me awake." Said tho miller, " I want not to foil." ,,,, . . , ., ... . . ; 'But you must, said the King, m a passion for; uco ; ! "Hut I won't." said the man, in a heat. ! " Gods ! this to my face ? IV aro daft or a dunctf AW .-an raze your old mill with the street.'' " Aye, trui', my good sire, if such be your mood, Then answered tht man with a grin ; ' But iirver you'll more it the tenth of a rood As. long as a Court's at Berlin-" Good, .rood." said the Kin,, for the answer was grand, As opposing the Law totlie Clrown. ' We bow to the Court, and the mill .-.hall stand. Though even the palaeo come down." - ' Tin Ilunchbaokotl lusiriaiis. Then once lived in the city of Aix-la-...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 26 March 1875

TERMS: $1 ' 60 per ycat in 'advance. . TWjbvtv n:N"TS AiMTirNAi. (lor postage; to .rj:-fr.ii:Eits opt or Tin: county. Terms of Advertising. On.' Hollar per P-jiuirf lor first insertion, ami Sfl':'. Ci iitr- lor nacli sulm-iiui-nt insertion: ofi.-.-.pi:M-. tuchv ism's mjiiivrail type-, or oil'- ini-li ilo'.vn tin- column. Aiimiiii.-'tnildi's .Vi.tifi- 9- Sottk-mrnt Notice Mr:iv Noiici' .mV Dollar ftr .-ai-h ji.ltlit ionul nuiiiia!. i t ...... Hrr ii:irtiiin no wu: per line tor each .-iiheiinent insertion. When a ?illi-erilier.- time expire--, we will place a X liel'ore hie. n.inie. to notiiy l.im f the l'art. '1'hev woliM oMie us, when they seethe !ii:iik. if Ihev woitl.l renew, or at once ialorm u- that tiiev "with the paper dWcontinucd. FRIDAY MdK.NLNi;, MARCH 2-i, 1S7.A. REPUBLIC AN NOMINATIONS. For County .Mnlirc, for the County at Large, J( )X ATI I AX SXOWDEX. Kor Ounty "H-lxcl OminiisMoncr, JOliX W. W1LKERS0X. von district .icpf;i:s. Pi-tkict Xo. ! t oiiipo-e! ol'.h-il'ei-sou,...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 26 March 1875

Tennessee Showers Rain, Hail, Wind, and Water-Spouts, All fit Once. From the Nashville Ilunncf, 17th. J We had a deal of experience with terrific storms in this county, but it "was almost as nothing compared to what occurred elyowliefx. The clouds opened and deluged all the country around us. Jn phites it almost rose to the magnitude of a -water-spout. Streams were suddenly swollen and spread out "V-or t lie earth, swallow ing up bridges, small outhouses, fen ces, and, in fact, everything which happened to come within their des tructive reach. Hut iloore and Lin coln counties wire visited by not on ly heavy storms, but water-spouts "which proved very damaging. A heavy gale visited Lynchburg, the county .-ite of Moore, county. It brought with it a heavy black cloud. whoe appearance was extremely ioreboding. It proved very disas trous. As the clouds came over tlie town a water-spout broke loo.-e with all its force, and the land was ahuost instantaneously covered with water, and (he mi...

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 March 1875

DO TJfJJY JI IMS Mil AT JIOJW': Do they miss mc at borne, ilo they mi.'H me ? T would be au assurance niO!t dear. To know that this moment pome loved ono Were raying, I wish he were here ; To feel that the groti) at the lire.side Were thinking of me as I roam. Oh I yes, 'twould le joy beyond measure. To know that they miss me at home. When twilight approaches, the nwin That evens t-acred to son;. Does Mime one n-Te:it my name over. And fajju that I t-irry m lonjj ? And is there a chord in the music. That" mirtsed when my voice i away. And a chord in each heart that awakrtJi llr-ftrei at my weansoui'- stay " Vo they set m: :i chair at the table. When even;:i!;'. liome ulea.-ure.- are nigh. Vhii ca:idIi'K are lit in the jurlor. And the stars in the calm a.urc Mjy? And when the "inoiI nights" ar rteat'd. And all lay them down to their sleep, Io they tlnn'.i of the al.seiit, a:id waft me A whii-in-red " ;oid niht," while they wcepV Do Shey miss me at home, do they mis me, At morning, :....

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. — 26 March 1875

Died Suddenly of Heart Disease. How common is the announcement. Tliou naiula are suddenly swept into eternity by this fatal malady. This dwease generally baa its origin in impure blood tilled with irritating, poisonous materials, which circulating through the heart, irritate its delicate tisanes. Though the irritation may at first be only slight, produc ing a little palpitation, or irregular action, or dnil. heavy, or sharp darting pains, yet by and by the disease becomes firmly seated, and in flammation, or hypertrophy, or thickening of the lining membrane or of tho valves, is pro duced. How wise to give early attention to a case of this kind. Unnatural" throbbing or pain in the regisu of the heart should admonish one that all is not right, and if you would pre serve it from further disease, you must help it to beat rightly by tho use of such a remody as will remove tlio cause of tho trouble. Use Dr. Pierces (ioi.len Medical Discovery before the disease ha.s become loo seated, 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. — 26 March 1875

Andrew (o. cnhKcnn. LOCAL BREVITIES. Singer S. M. office in Glazier's store. There will be public speaking at the Franklin School house, in Nodaway township, on Monday night next. Russell is selling goods cheap, and has lot's of them. Call and see for your selves and get some bargains. The trial of Henry C. Alexander, for murder committed in Nodaway county in 187S, conies oft' at the April term of the Andrew Circuit Court. John Mitchell, the famous "Irish Patriot," died in the County Cork, Ire land, on the 19th. New and fresh styles of Hamburg edgings, just received at Glazier's store, March 9th. w2 The Republicans of Clay township will meet in Clay Centre on Saturday next for the purpose of nominating Township officers. Fon first-class job work of all kinds call at the Rei'Ciilican' office. Mr. Luce, of Empire Prairie, dur ing the past week, purchased a dwell ing house from J. M. Phillips, near the old depot, for the sum of Sb'oO. House and Jack Bills neatly and promptly executed 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. — 2 April 1875

1IIUJ.J .HI 1L1 1- 0 0 "0 N T pun Ui 11 A'tf FAVOR SWAYS US AX J) XO F K A R SHALL AWE. F. M. TAYLOR, Editoi- anil Publisher, s SAVAOTAH, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1875. V'- IV. N- 24. Fir ft a ua iajpji-mi 'Flip E SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. v, -: -.r;i.'s in Arv ciltimn. fifty cenl-i per line including the ;rnern! hrr.i!. Those- ndcrlir in this volutin arc re'ii'h'c and i -i htforf.ird in thrir rr.pr live celling. ATTORNEYS. WAK r, Attorney at l:iV .ml Xotary OiVic",'ourt-liin.-e, np st-irs. l'ar- - W ir-m ic.vintn;r r.i'iiii'y nil nave, u se ll d willi real estate on short notice . 2.! T If. -I! t) . I'tll.llf W. I' W.DWW.I,, atfirney-at-law and tV Notary Iridic. I'ay special attention (lii.-ftiitg, Viiuwvancinsj and investigating i'"- ' -Jl' Si I. AN, attorney at law. will prat tiee T, in all the ivmrK nf" Xorthwe-f Mi.Mnri. 'iii! .it't-nJwii riven tolniMiicjh in the ennnty . ' proliaic cmais. Ollicv over Farmers' I ink. -J7 Mr. Gillies Departure-Eesolutions of Hespect. f 1 Rl'KM.KK ,fc KIN...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 April 1875

AHBREW GOOHTY REPDBLIGA' SA.VANtfAH, MISSOUEL a domestic in a family m Lowell, having left j t'10 admissibility of certain evidence. Tho j AMEltlCAX XJ'2WSJAIEIiS her husband in New York State. He punmcd ! witness wan involved in t;everal contradic- her and Killed her because she refused to live ; tions, though no serious break in her testimony NEWS IX BRIEF. ffhsoxa L. Lord Dufferm. Governor General of tho British provinces in North America, will shortly leave for Europe. He will bo away for three months, and tho govenimont will be adminis tered during his absence by Maj. Gen. O'Grady Hally, commander in chief of her Majesty's forces at Halifax. Editor Storey, of tho Chicago Time.", hav ing just cleared his hands of some half a dozen libel suits by making suitable apology and ex planation, has again become enmeshed in tho law's net by publishing articles abumve of tho Judge of the Chicago Criminal Court. John Mitchcl. tho Irish patriot, who was twice elected to the British Parliame...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 April 1875

OUR JUVENILES. Xatmy Ami. " Oil, Nanny'Anh ! the sun i;brigkt. The sky is bluc'and clear); AH MiOy clouds arc out of fright, No rain to-day, my ikar. No need, as I can plainly tell, For you to take your fine umbrelP. Go to the spring, niy pretty daughter, Fetch me a jug of sparkling water." Now Nanny Ann herself was bright ; Says she : " Though skies are clear. And ugly clouds are not in sight, 'T is April, mother dear. Thf vas above, no soul can teil : IM ratli-T tako my line unibrell'." t So saying, off she went for water; Now was n't she a wise young daughter? .SY. Siclmla for April. A Child's Dream of a Star. There was once a child, and he strolled about a good deal and thought of a num- ber of things. He had a sister, who wis j busy at his book, when an old servant I under this impression that the amend-! hcnrd 51 foarful Soling, and nnxtmorn a child, too, and his constant companion. 1 came to him and said : , ment was adopted. When it went to the ! inS ho resolved to go and se...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 April 1875

TK IIMF: .1 5 I'Vf ijcnr, in advance' "i .. ...vty :-kst. a:;:t:'s.i. (Mr i-i.iiv 1 , .nwi:ii!n:-"i:M.r:iii:i.NTv. : i Terms of Advertising. i Oir I).-.;i.r- ptr s;n:in !tiv 'r-t in-, .'.oh. anil Fif;. (Vnit. fircica .-;.!-!-ii!.m ..i-.i-rt.en: imv -..('lave, twelve lini lioii.-ar.'i. iyi. .... ii.... ,1 n 1 .... f'...Il?!l'l . O'l, IMiT. I 11 HI" u;u i. Ahiiiiii-H--..tn-'s Noji.-- , Si-lili iili-nt Notlo- Mt.v V.ili.'f - ........ po :; .. ,s (.0 !)i;!:u- for oaf Is :ii.littoli.il :Uliin;i. ..oral- ton f.-ai pi-rl.-H- lir-: i:;-.-i :t -n-.iu-o-iil- jut lim- for stii!i-i-'iioiiS Wii.-i, Kbscri:..-!-.- :im.- .mmv.-.-, M Jul .iv.il-ii.oii'-. lonoinj linn ot if l.irl 'Pi -v wonl.t ooiiuo u.-. win n !m y mv tin mir... il " ii -v woc.liS ivii-v. , or .. on.-.: mloun i, shut iIh-v ".vi.-h ili.- ..rt.i-viiir.-.--.il. FK1DAY .M -J.NiN ... AT-Ml. "'- rvE?UBLICAT NOMINATIONS. J"or ( : v .Tulip-, :! " iui:y :.t I.uio, JONATHAN SXOWDEX. Kor (oii.i.v .-) -ol ("oi!iniis-toin.r, joiix vr. wilkeusox...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 April 1875

JJlaek Hills Gen. Sheridan "Writes . About Them He Tells about the j Mountain of Gold. i rniCACo, March -J(. lieutenant ' General Sheridan has written the i'ol jonii! highly interesting letter eon cer.iitig; the J.hiek Hills votintry. It sets ; i'litli what has 1 en done and what the ("tin eminent proposes to do in the mat- ! t r. and immediately concerns all who vjitcmplate going into that country l'or gold : ' i Hi.aiocai:ti:i:s Mh.itakv Division 1 or Tin: .Mi.-.-ociti, Cni'' u.o, .March Jo. Gen V. T. Slierman, Headquarters of l!ie Army. S-. Louis. General. In re- ' ply to your question, "What do you ' Lv; of the liiack Hills?" I respect- lulh submit the following remarks: My iir.-t knowledge of the Black ilili-; was derived tnnn an interview . with the late Father DeSmet. a noted Catholic missionary, whom 1 met many ; wars :ii on the Columbia river in Ure gt.a, from whom 1 heard the j INDIAN" ItOMANTi: 1 c ' 'he mountains ol gold in the Black ! Hills, ami his explanation of that ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 April 1875

or jut Tirji jiaxgj:. Ililf sleeping, by the fire I nit, I htart, and wake, it is so ntranfe To find myself alone, and Tom Across the Range. We lirouqht him in with heavy feet And cased him down ; from eye to oye Though no one nwoke. there panned a tear That Tom must u:e. He rallied when Ihe rinn was low, And spnVe, I thought the words were strange, " It's almost night, and I must go Acr.Hs the Range." ' What, Tom ?" he wuilfd and nodded, "Ye They've struck it rich th- re, Jim, you bnw Tlie pamin toll us ; you'll e.-me t-M : Kniv Tom muft go." 1 hiMi-ht his sweetheart'. pictured face, Again, that Miiih', so .-! 1 :;:td utrane. "Tell her," said lie, " thr.! Tom has gnue Airi;s the Rane." The 'list light lingered on the hill. "'1 here's a pass, sojuwh'-iv," then he f-aid. An 1 lip, and eye, and hand were still, And Tom wan dead. Half sleeping, by the fire I sit. I start and wt.k", it is so Mr-nge To find myself i-.lone, and Tom Across the Range. I. Ilarriwiii Jli!!.. JKNvr.u, Colorado...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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