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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 23 April 1875

OUR JUVENILES. J'usHt'n Mistake. Mrs. Pussy-cat one night Went abroad to see a neighbor, Ab f he really thought the might, After days of honest labor ; Having driven every moiwe From the kiteen and the house. Ac for rata there wasn't on? Not a single naucy fellow Left to whisk his tail and run From the pantry to the cellar : So Hhe thought she hail a right To divert herself that night. Then- were kittens, one, tw. three, To b; thought of first, however; " They'll be fiure to cry for me," Pussy thought, ' if I endeavor My r:cap from them to make While they're all so wide awake. 'And to wait till they're asleep. That would be a work of patience; Just aa like as not they'd peep. And net up their lamentations When to leave them I began ! I must try another plan.'' Ho wltf iondcrad for awhile, Till a happy thought occurring, Made- me smile a catty smile And she told the kitten", piirring. She ha4 thought of a device To secure some good fat mie?. 'There arr dozens, as I've heard In the co...

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. — 23 April 1875

I Mmfrcw 0o. gtMithlicitn. 'TEII.VS: .$1 -r)0 per year, in ndmncc. Twr.Nry cents apihtionai. (l'r postage) to .,i:ii!'K!eii. oit or tiu: fOl.VlY. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar j.er square tor tlrt insertion, ami Fifty (.VnN tor ouch mii.-cu-iu One -.mure., twclvo hues lioiipaieii one inch ilumi tin column. Administrator's Not iff. type, or Filial .settlement .otice :; oo : w) .u.ij :r--"r "vv V" i,.,i r i i.... ii.t line. l'uM lr.-i'i tion live . . ii.... ior earn mi'iiii"""" Cents pt r line for eai h Mtb-equeiit m-eiMon When a subscriber-: lime emrs, ... - i...r. i.i i...ni. to noiiir him will i f the ! !:..., ti.... u-,.nl.l .ilil -'fll-. Wllell IIK'V sec tin iii.uk, ii ii T . us that thev wish tin paper ili-i otitinin n. i. :. i:...-,-. ,mI, ! r.-m-u . or at Mice inform FRIDAY MOKXIXtJ, AI'IML i'5. Ia7.". Uxkxi'F.ctf.d business called us away for a few days. Wo have left the ed itorial control of the paper during our absence Avith our friend G. T. Uuyax, J-s.'i., The above wil...

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. — 23 April 1875

To Whom It May Concern. NOTICE is hcrebv civen that the County Hoard of Equalization, of tlic C of Andrew, amfState of Missouri, met at the office of the Clerk ot the C Countv County Sarah Martin, 1 J 11 McKinnev, i William Clark, A (I llollister, - r I . .1 I Alary n;ura, Court,.on the 1st Monday in April, 187., according to law. and proceeded to equal- I B y ).inrnnj l.c tin: usse.-M-u ;uii.iuuii5 wi nniu.i aw.. . - . j- ) (. iiristian lounir. r Ii Martindalc, T II Heck man, M S Morris, Abe Dobbs, A (J Milton, IS D Klliot, 20 if 2.r 5;j th, inllaiviiitr lands!. lts and nersoual property, have been raised as appears in the following tabular statement, and all pi-rsons feeling themselves aggrieved at the action of said Hoard, may meet said Board on the Day off April, 1?5 When thev will again be in session as a Hoard of Appeals. E. UIIAYTOX, Secretary Board of Equalization. a ci m MO it; Names. Catharine Tate, J P Scott. V, IJ Case. Eli.Vth Graham, 100 "William White, -40 Martin Vera...

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. — 23 April 1875

si'iuyr fl o we us. Oil ! dainty baby foreatern, That hide in Kilcnt nookn, That linger by the cow-path.. And ieep into the brook : To me you are the wardera Of the realm of Long Ago, At v'-hose M)ft beek unnumbered forms Like shadows conn and ge. 15y mousy rocks anil nodding ferny You lift your timid cyo. 'And by the wounded maple-trefv In hmiling group arire. No more the shrieking winter wind Affright the naked wood., liut all the neeist-d aisles are gay With Flora's dapiiled hood. Though years hav, tjn-d lmv first for me You made Hie mi-ado"ri bright. And many a.unr-et-tinted dream Has faded into night. till do I hail with bojitdi love The violets' nweet perfume Still joy to see the crorus burt I.il.c Lazanirt from the torn!). I thrill to see the buds again lXon the apple-tree, AVhere every branrh i e!oiuent Of glories yet to be : Where soon the winged Argonaut. From lands beyond th main. Will sing their merry love-song. And build their homes again. I trace the tint of deathless ...

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. — 23 April 1875

P. T. Uarnum's Latest WondersA , Colossal Exhibition. fiarprrx Weekly devotes nearly two col- ; . 11 is to explaining and extolling the great : ifniMS with which P. T. Barnum is rnak- ' 4 historical his forty years' career as the ' urn-: liberal and darinir showman in the m orld. The statistics which Harper Brothers ,'iu'iis from authentic sources are nearly overwhelming;. They make an ordinary head uizz.v. Mr. Barnum has always boasted that he gave his patrons double their money's worth, and his claims are generally acknowl edged; but this time he seems to have far out stripped hinuelf. Last year he obtained from the Connecticut Legislature a charter for " The P. T. Barnum's Universal Exposition C ompany," with a capital of a million of dol lar; Mr" Barnum, who is President of the (. Mnpauy, and Mr. Coup, his Manager, have spent many months in Lurope perfecting their plans. The object of this great company, as they announce, is to elevate amusements, di vest them of all objectionab...

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. — 23 April 1875

ii mkcw o. jgcpiibUcjuu LOCAL BREVITIES. SixuEit S. 31. office in Glazier's store. MissMattik Fokd, daughter of Mr. Frank Ford, of this eity.we learn is very ill. Springand Summer Good? hy the mil lion ! just received at J. J. Millers, east side of public square. Mr. liart Ik-nbo, of Maryville, Mo., was in the city on Wednesday and Thursday of,' this week. Mr. JJenbo came down with some prisoners, from Nodaway county. Every description of Gents1 Wearing Apparel to be found at J. J. Miller's, east side Public Square. The Tilton-IIeecher case is still go ing on, but it is thought however that it will close in a month or two. Kussei.i. is selling goods cheap, and has lot's of them. Call and see for your selves and get some bargains. Spelling School are getting to be very popular now. and we anticipate a lively time at JIardy's Hall, next Friday evening. Judging by f he per sons who are taking an interest in the enterprise. Out: job department is very complete, and we can furnish all cl...

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. — 30 April 1875

tSgfaWi ... . I.I ..lli. IM ml JLliC fx 61)11 i3llC3JL P. M. TAYLOR, i Editor and Publisher. S SAVANSTAH, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1875. Y"'" IV. T- 28. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Adrrrlisewnte in this colititn. fiftit cents per Ii;ir .' one tftit. inr! i('in'i thr ijrtirrnl lii'iid. Thos? ito Tif rt "C f u'a ci -hunt) 'iff reliable end shi:itj!ujir'-ird in lht:r raun tive ccllimj. A'i'TOKXKYS. Til 'H;Va:: T, tni.y:tt :unl Notary j , I'niiH'-. ):;if.Court-hiti-, uji r lairs. lV.r- j ft- .J. .-.;:-n- .! lv tiling money i ;in h:ie it se- ! I'urci! will: v:i! e-tate on -holt notice. 'J;! I TXT W . ('.VI.HU'KI,!., :i:tiniiy-:it-l:n- mid tV Ntiiry l'tililii. J'ays -5)i"ci:il at tent ion lilirinu', "convex aiu-m :inil investigating !-. -Jt f 'i T. I5?:Y N, attomi-y at Ijhv, will j.r.n tii'c X ii! :'H !tif ms-ts f Northwfst Missouri. :-i ! .!'t-.--iti;i ivcii to. lui-inti in tin- county .ni'i irnlat- courts. OHiec over rariHPiV I. -7 f 1 i:i:kn'm:j: & Attomt-ys ami J r 'ii:i'-ll.'f-. :if luu ra...

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. — 30 April 1875

' of the North Carolina ami Charlotte. Columbia I Late advicea from Japan Htate that nevera! j COOLIXG OFF A MJCETIXG. , T.AXt'.UAGE OF JSAliS. AHOREW OQilHTY REPUBLlGARt and Augusta railroad companies, and a number now railroadn are projected there, and that The street-preacher, feeling his mission Large oars, says a theorist, mounting of private reaidencew. Loss. ?250,000; alxmt j telegraphic communication ban been cetnb- j superior to that of other men, doesn't : his hobby, hear things in general, and libhed between all the principal cities. SAVANNAH, MISSOUEL JSTEWS IX BRIEF. riCRSOXAL. Henry Gambs, the public administrator of ' St. LouLs, who absconded last November some $50,000 in debt to various individuals and es- . tatct in his hands, has voluntarily returned, and ; is engaged with his bondsmen in settling his ; affaire, j FearHall Smith, an American revivalist, is holding a series of meetings in Berlin and other i towns of Germany. Immenso crowds of the 1 nobility and othe...

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. — 30 April 1875

OUR JUVEXILES. J)icl: and the JWir liaby. Aunt Lucy's got a brand new baby The queerest little mite ; lie makefl one think of lobster salad He'd look much better white. lie hasnt got a siugle tooth, Or worth Mentioning a nose ; His hcas as smooth as a rubber ball He's nothing much but clothes. He cannot talk or run about. He don't know how to play ; He'll yoll until his face is black A dozen t:mes a day. I'd rather have my setter pup Thau aunty's precious dear, And so I think wc&ld Uncle Dan ; Hut wimieu are so queer. tluhnny's Acrobats. " Come, Johnny, it's bedtime," said mamma. But Johnny was making a wonderful figure, wherein one acrobat, standing on his head, was "taking hold of heels" with two of his bretliern above, while a fourth appeared to be dancing on their heads. The faces of the performers ex pressed such unqualified enjoyment of the fiui and the figure was really so funny that Johnny laughed loud and long. "Look ! mamma." " Yes; I see ; but it's bedtime." "I made t...

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. — 30 April 1875

J hJiJfi: .?! f0 per yuir, in advmirc. j TWKK1Y Cr.NTS AIlMTlrtXAI. (for poitage) TO ) .nt-.ItWUIiS OCT OK Till". fOr.NTY. Terms of Advertising. one D'.unrivr sriiwro for first in-'iTtinn, and "iiy (:,nt- r..r -ivh sul-t-.imn!. inM-rtimi: v;r... "in. kiiiMfi ! .,-r.l. liiiitj ti.iiiwi..i! tllr or one in. ii .i,.u-n the column, .1 till . , t t r-.t t V..t S. ! fltl .lilliiiiK-i I riM r .mull Final .-.-.tb-nsent Notice jj " ."stray Notice oik- !!!:.. for each :uhlitinn:il :tuimnl . Loral tt ! r-ni- p'-r hue iir-t n;-i lion live ,-.,.-. nn,m' in li-ilt" m il-iv's cents iiTliii.-f.ir:irliMili-i.,,u.-nt i..-vition. j tllOAeni, III ll.llt .1 (la avium n ?tii.criiHrs time expires, we will ride soutliAvardly, i;i t he appearance place a X le-bin-hi name, to noiily him of the ....? i .,:,,,f f l., .,,,-,- fact. Thev vc.M.i.ioi.ii-eus wIm-.i iiu vM-ethe j of atllre ! In and anout (,la.sgo inaifc. ifili-y w-uiLi ivn.-w or at once inform . j ; ,avo Conned their robes of ih that !!; v v. i-h the...

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. — 30 April 1875

Public Schools. Static ok Missorttr, DF.rAiiTMr.N'Toi- I'rr.Ljc Schools. Oj-tice ok Si i-kkixtendknt, Jnm;i;s.x Gity, Api:il 2d, IS?."-. Jo futility Courts, County Clerk and utnit'i Cuimnisxioncrs: Gr.vn.r.nr.?,: As the eiheienov ot I I N. I i t.1 J J I T I ' I'll 1 11 (V i IM ' on pi-i-rop;, er.ergei.ic ami launiui aeium ft!ie ;irious school officials, 1 have leem- d it my duty to eall your especial attr.i?im to the law which bears on the praftv-ai conduct of school-., and to offer Minii' v.: "(stioi!- wherebv the' can be the sr-,ol.vstem in the State depends I motion. Col. Routt. Col. Rucker and Dr. ! ....... ..'. i ..) inad mii"o efiicient. instruments in at- citizens, in order to the formation ami tah.hi:r the end lor which schools were ! growth of a correct public sentiment as est tVis'icd : ; to all matters affecting the common 1st. County Clerks and County Com- ( weal, to give utterance to their individ-jnis-" -ncrs should see that the various ' ual opinions relative thereto ...

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. — 30 April 1875

HOW 1 LOST MY HEART. To tf 11 you just how I lout it, Oh, that were a difficult tap!;; How the thing got away on that autumn day I never stopped to ask. I'erliapa it vat a glance that did it, A eoft cares.- to my hair, A rio.M- warm jjrasp, or a gentle clasp, That captured it then and there. You we, there are tiling!' you ran govern, Hut hearts have a way of their own ; Like birds they fly, and you can't tell why You only miss them when gone. Ami why I don't tell the story, If the reason you really must learn, Ik, though life grew bright with a rosy light. Yet I won no heart ir. return. Somelo;l's eyes were gentle and kind. And his voice was mU and low: But the heart I wanted was given away Ever so long ago. And ro, while I solace a lonely life With a cat and a cup of tea. Somebody's arm is. round his wife, And her baby is on his knee. And tho loss I mot with results in this, That mine is a lonely part ; You can't for your life make a loving wife Of a woman without a heart. Another ...

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. — 30 April 1875

it Patent Medicines. TJuit there nre soma good wiitont medicines no intelligent man dure for n moment deny; suit! pre-eminent is the gre.it California, hero med icine, Yin'eoak ISitteks, discovered by Di:. J. Walker, u proniinenl physieinn of San Francisco. The medicine, al though willed Bitters, is not to be classed among the vile " fancy drinks " recom mended and sold over the bar of rum venders, but is a combination of pure herbalistic extracts, known to possess sterling medicinal qualities, and is com pounded without the use in any shape of spirits. Its action upon the internal sys tem is nwt stimulating to the extent that alcoholic poison is, but it at once attacks blood-impurities, and by removing the original cans-1 destroys the germs of dis ease and invites returning health. Its action upon tho stomach and liver render it an almost certain specific in tho most stubborn cases of dy3pepsia, and in truth imparts new life and vigor to the whole system. It is one of the best medi...

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. — 30 April 1875

ruacgmiL.i'f i1 wit 'in Mndnw &o. geiuthlicmu ' ,vj.' . y-" . LOCAL BREVITIES. Singi:r S. 31. ofik-c iu Glazier's store. Elder Gardner will i)re:ich iu the Christian Church in Savannah, on the second Sunday in May, instead of the first as appointed. SiM-in-and Summer Coodsbv the mil - ' r . . ion: just received at J.J. Millers, east ."I side of public square. Attention is directed to the Millinery card of Miss Alice Condon who is pre pared to do all kinds oi sowing with ' neatness, and to the satisfaction of her customers. Every description of Gents' Wearing Apparel to be found at ,). J. Miller's, . -ast side Public Square. And inw comes K. M. Mitchell, fully impressed with the fact that small profits und tpiirk sulex, is the safest and best "bushier principle ; and accordingly, as v.ill be seen elsewhere, otVers his spien- did stock of Spring and Summer Goods down at such low rates as will keep him iiv in waiting on his customers. I-arm- rs. one and all! rend his adverli-ement ...

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. — 7 May 1875

The Andrew Eepublican. F. M. TAYLOR, ) Editor and Publisher SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1875. yo... jy N. 29 SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Advertisements in this column, fifte cents ner lint Jor one yeai, including the general head. Thoie who advertise in thin column are reliable and st-aighlforirard in their respective callings. ATTORNEYS. T II. STEWAItT, Attorney :it I:iv aiul Notary ?J I'ulilic. OflW'.Lnurt-liiIit-ii', upstairs. 1'ar tie di'ninxii, of loaning money mn have it sc curt'il with veal estate on fhort "notice. 2.'! WW. CALDWKI.L, altorney-at-law ami a Notary Public. Pays special attention o collecting, conveyancing" and investigating itlw. GT. HIIV.W, attorney at law, will practice "e iii all the courts of Northwest Missouri. ial attention given tolitiMnc.s: in tin- count v imd probate courts. OlUee over Farmers' liank. -27 REE.VLEE & ICING. Attorneys ami X conn-ellors at law. Particular attention given to collections. Office on the south snle of the square, in new Hank Mu...

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. — 7 May 1875

AflDREW GOUSTY BEPUBLICAR, SAYANXAH, MISSOURI. STEWS IX BMIEF. League in New York has been destroyed by au to tbo leadership of the Spiritualists of tbo incendiary the, it is supposed, ho i'PNUKM). country. Wright, cashier in A. T. Stewart's A J'laltimiii'o inebriate named Andrew Wil- store, then testified to ovei hearing a eon vera hoii. who went to Bleep near a linns-kiln where tion in a railroad car in November. 1872. lic it Aras warm, and becoming stupefied by the ! tween Theodore Tilton and another, when the fumes of tbo burning oynter shells in the kiln. , former wud. referring to the Woodhull publiea be rolled near the brink, and wad literally roast- ' tion. that he did not euro about its publication cd to death. for In much, but cared only for his. wife, who --Two trains on the iJaltimorc and Ohio rail- ' w in delicate health, road collided near Washington la.-t week. Tho ; Feventy-sisfh Jltiy.Tnc proceedings were cnwdi caused by tl:e collision Wih fearful, both 1 shoitand u...

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. — 7 May 1875

OUR JUVENILES. l'oll Tadpole: A Swamp Jtallad. There was a little polly won. The sprawling baby of a. frog, Hatched in a green anil slhay bog One pleasant day. Be had a puddle of his own. To play and sleep in, all alone. And dull as any other drone He passed his life away. Sometimes a steel-blue dragon-fly "Would ijoise a moment in his sky, And look at him with glittering eye A if h'i said : " Yon little damp, unpleasant thing. You never seom to know it's s-pring; Why d'jn't you jump, or fly, or sing? Not li- all day abod '." Sometime a heron, lean and tall, With flapping wings and horrid squall, Would pollywoggy's heart appall "With open bill. The little tiling, half dead with fear, Would 8inittle off, for brown or queer. His fat round carcass made good choer, A heron's crop to till. lint as the year slljiped slowly on, And polly's days, of shade or sun, Just as they do for oyery one, Too quickly went : One day oh, 'tis a droadful tale ! Our polljrvog almost turned pale, lie felt a...

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. — 7 May 1875

y t yt t ? 1 1 thcnftioiiofthetlcinocrftfythciiisclves ItarCW gsO. ZSiyjUlUtlllin. thiUl fol. intcnilli reasons existing - - ' --- - -; . within Hie Republican imrty. The last Patron, imitating the pattern of its brethren orer the country, contains the following incentive thereto TKIOrS: 1 " per year, in advmicc. TWKNTY CUNT-3 AIMMTIU.VAl. (for postage) TO u.L'iw 1:11:1:1:'- oi t or rm: ointy. Terms of Advertising. mill One Dollar per square tor first insertion, : j'jttit f..i it tili.iiniiiiit inii't iuii : ):n' square, twelve lint's nonpareil type, or on" inch down tin column. Administrator"-. NVticr 1'mi.iI eitlrineiit Notice ; 0, Mrav Notice ; one Dollar tor each additional animal . ten cent- per line lir-t ir.-i-r!iii live cents per line tor e:ieh MiliM-quciit insertion. When a subscriber- time expires, we will plan-a X before 111- name, to notitj liim of the f.ie; Tln would oblige u-, when they see the juirh. if iliev woiihl renew, or at once intorm - that ihev'wi-h the paper ...

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. — 7 May 1875

The Store That Never Advertises. The following doleful description of a store that never advertises is commend ed to those merchants who think they can do business without patronizing the printers : The store that never advertises is probably one of the most solemn spec tacles to contemplate that is ever spread before human vision. From the out Milo it resembles a hearse house with mournful variations. Occasionally some one steps in to inquire, with becoming solemnity, ii there has been a death in the lamily, or to ask where that store is that the papers tell about? But aside from these and a few withered cronies who drop in to discuss the causes which led to the revolutionary war, the quiet of the place is never interrupted. One of the proprietors, if there are two. posts the last year's accounts in chalk on a shingle, and the other5 tells how folks did when he was a young man a story, if told well, that would make a first rate legend. They don't keep any clerks and onh haii keep t...

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. — 7 May 1875

hliXJXfiTOX. HV OUTW WHN1IKI.I. !IO!.I. Slowly the mist oVr the meadow was croeivhitf, Ilright omlhe i'-vy huds glistened the sun When from his coueh, while his ehihir:i were Klerpinjj. Ursf (he hold rvl"i ami shoiiHerod hi un. WjiviiiR her goloVu ail , Over the silent dale. 15lii.hr UoLcil the inornhn; m oott.tjjp aud npir ; Hushed vrns his lurtinj; sigh. While from his isnhli ey? Fl.u.hcti the last sicrUe of iiherty'a fir Oil Hie smooth fjr'!i:i -.vIhtj the fr-'j I -.f iirhi:- Calmly the Iir:t-horn of pliry "..tv? n..-i ; HiirlJ ihe di-:;th-'llcv nriviud them ;s rz!t:ji!i '. lioo';; I'i.'tI f '-"Wot i :i j rvji;; zz i-w is v: -t Faint !n th xi-ih'i i-r-'Oth. Murciurinir 1m'- in -le:.t!s. Tell l' ti'ir -mis how ihi ir father-; hm iind ;" N'ervcli!-.-. the iron ?ia:id. v K:iied fur its nati.e Ia:i . ljiex hy the wajMa that jj'eauts at in -U. Over lh" hUNi 1c- th- ril.- l;n !:i- tolling. I-'rom their far h.imMn (he e.:iijnrv coin : A through th.; storm-rloi: 1 the iliuu ler bnr-t rol...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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