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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 11 June 1875

SEASONABLE RECIPES. A Popular Error Corrected. Roishi Pie. Take 1 pound of l-nii n--. ' f.-- i i i ,.,.,. , i ,,' f , -, 't itw popular aim almost universal m - turn over ti i-m J (UlaTl ol lio; in r v;i i-i . ! . ' ' . , , . so ,h,u there will be a quart W.,m, don,. ; ' ' o IS'S t2 i'1'.iU the rind of 1 emon m'o 1 nip of , , , - , , v , , su-r, '.i spoi. fills ol Hour 1 -''. Mix will together. Turn the rai-ir. over th m.xture, tirrmg tne while. Thi mak-s three pie pies. Leungs in Fever. that an attack might haw burn prevented .rvnt :ily .U.A a vt.n and Hit pat ent ueil in a few day without tor moc repivhensi t - oi hi- ir it J'1' - III 1 1 L j O JLa-:iiilexpini?es-WLOir.ri!;ina-niniAT I . . i t - ...... . jf.. r,. t . i CON" nl'lII'TIHX, CuUifrli. AkiIuiiu and r.iinl-i poMt'-eiV cured, r . K I'AK- MiS.s, M.I)., 7n7N. t"ih Strcit. st. Louis. (J.V17 UJ1"1?? 1 Vfi f.T vi"i. Sells at siplit. Our M tllX Tl 3 III Ji S T Aa'iM-i.ln iiu.ney. V.elmve py tor ail. UH-! tliue. Soiul GLUCK. Nc ...

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. — 11 June 1875

Fourth of July Celebration ! The proceedings ot the meeting held in this place, on Saturday evening, last, to make arrangements for the celebra tion of the 4th of July, will be found in -another place. "We hope all our citi zens, irrespective of party, will take sufficient interest in the matter to make it a grand success. The people of An drew county, we are informed, in days that are past, have honored themselves and their country in honoring this day, and we hope the slumbering fires of pa triotism will be revived, anil burn again with the ardor of the days of old. No other day in the year is so appropriate for all parties to meet harmoniously on a platform common to all, and we hope the occasion will be improved as be comes good citizens. It has a good ef fect on society, everybody feels better for its due observance, and gives great er faith in the perpetuity of our institu tions. A second preliminary meeting is to be held at the Court House on Saturday night next, for the purp...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 18 June 1875

jargfwc C0UNT j- yy v mi rha K0pil 0110 tilt LUX SAVA1STNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1875. V"" IY. 85. F. M. TAYI OR, I Editor a iid .r'ubiislior. S r SA7.A 317 AIT DIEECTO'dY. iir7;f:r- it tin column, fifty 'rr.ts per-liiu tar . nr.ii . iucJ'iiH.ni thr nr.icrtl html. Those who ti'h-rrl.--c i' ntra'.fU:for- t' i Hit? tul'imtt ore t el mole and I ', cfr ft 7r ' militias. attokxj:ys. K7" Ur. : YI.mVEM., ntlnrney-at-l-w- :iml vV . W.r-iv I'l-.nlir. P. - Jtit-."t.i! :tl :,mi em (i llt-ottnt;, nr.t .unMiijr and- h' I.- est:;,-:: unc I T. i!UV N, a: turner a! law, wii! pr.u !'. X. i'i -d' H e cum ..:" N.irthwe-i Mi onvi. -p. -i.:i :.:.e:ili n I'm n ! bn -im- ; in the cour.t .,n.l .r.:..Uv o;ars. Ottf.-v over l-'ariti-r-s' V.fik. 1 K:M-Ki: . KlI'i:. Attorney ami y' o.imw!!t..s a! law. 5 'articular ititei r;.n x. 'i i- r.;ii a. nair' on thv s.mtii -'dc : the 5.t""! l' !1 k linil'ii'sg- -' JOHN i;. M.JK, i.JMnicy-iit-law. V ill ir.in-.ie? ill on-ir.c-s mil-.: -t.-i to rum ..mpJl and !.:i!y. Ca...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 18 June 1875

wtvew (Eounttj Republican SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. CURRENT TOPICS. At a recent meeting of the Board of Di rectors of the St. Louis Merchants Ex change, a letter was read from;Capr.. lames B. Kads, in reference to the projected steamship line between the Mississippi Valley and Rra7.il. Captain Eads express es the opinion that th- improvement of the mouth of the .Mississippi will render the Gulf of Mexico the cheapest possible route to foreign markets for the productions ot the Valley, and that the opening of direct trade with the South American ports will prove of immense importance to the commercial, manufacturing, and agricultural interest? of St. Louis, and of the entire region drained bv the Mis- sissippi River. We quote from his letter "The establishment of this line of steam ers would be promptly followed by a re cinrocal interchange berweentheum.lnr of the Valley and those of South America, i Sherman bill. The premium on silver is which would prove vastly to our advan-! apparently ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 18 June 1875

I'.O All (nitltl!M. '.....: ,..- lii i-l - nKfihiiiii'if i..! I ... . . ... . i. .....I...... n.r liaper slnnilu he lt(.l."iijr,u.ll '1 LUf iiiHIJCWi Lilt. illllil"! t UUIJILU- cssarily for i'i"iM:-.!t:..ii, lut :ia evidence of fjooil iaith on the i-an .f me v. l iter. Write only on onesiile of iiai.:r. i;e particularly careful, in --riving naii.c- am! dates, to have alllettera or ' ligures plain a.. 1 .ii-iiiict. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Till"" COrVSTITrTIOIVAJ, COXVEIVTIOIV. JrxK 7. Tie- report of the (.'ominittce on Executive an i Ministerial Departments of the State (..oveniment wa- taken up ami several sec tions ilispo.-i'il of. . . In response to a resolution of inquiry, the State Treasurer made the follow ing report t- the Convention : "First There is $ lCVKVi W in Treasury. Second It is pay able on the following tunds, namelv : State inter est, Suite library , executors' ami administra tors'; swamp-iaii'l indemnity, county revenue, Soldier.-' orphan-' Home, roatl and canal, re d...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 18 June 1875

aoif.taiJl-!.ijjiijjmiji-iiJ.uijim.iilnii nil lwuuubox TERMS: 50 per year, in advance. 'Jtt-KNTV TEXT'S .UUUTIUNAI. (for postage) TO rn i:n:i:i: oi rorniK ooi nty. Term3 of Advertising. One Dollar per square lor i'rt insertion, ami Filtv Cnt i..r each .-lib iient in-crlion: One -quart-, twelve lint inu.r.iml type, or yue inch !ovn tin- column. Administrator's Notice - ; Final s.ttl. -incut Notke ; Strav Notice . 00 one Dollar tor'-arb additional animal. .,,,.1 t,.n ,.,.,n., ,.er line tir-t insertion live ocn:.- per lint- lor each suh-eqiient insertion. When a subscribers time expires, we will niava X before hi-name, to n tiiy him o. l ie fact. Thev would oblige us, when they see the marl:, if tiiev would renew, or at once liitonu lis that thc wish the paper discontinued. FKIDAY MOllMXli, JI NE IS. 187.".. BUNKER HILL. Fourth of July Celebration. P ur.su ant lo previous notice, a scc ond preliminary meeting was held by the citizens of Savannah, at the Court House, on Saturday evening...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 18 June 1875

-'(I lll'l 12 s i;i si Hi . 10 10 s: HI Jiio Id 12n .;JC id 70 5 10 10 o. G7 ifl 8: NAME. II Kellev, 1) ( totts, J: l- !:)i:m 15 i:.)lall Am-liii Dc:ui, IJoln 1 1 sh:iw 1 N (.mm Ii.il.ert -!i;n . V.'n It lI.mitMi jii'.iii-l Siill;iris li, ll.wman John II Oliver, Wn oliul .loan H oiivcr, S imin-l Holmes, Mmi Wright, .1 1. '.,h,-rt, I ijvnl Hrown, II ; Mitv.l-n. .1 iw A I'igit-v, 7 ( -Mnitli. 1) -in u !M.:k-r, Airut- MoMiickin, itobt onuVtT, Dec, I Iturl. y, it I low man, tciirc I !:trk, II iiiicirtv, J ! Vnnrlevr, Jol ) I. L:iiil!li:i-tcr, ath in i- r t ni.in, N:i' e -M:n:ir., K (ti'ilw lis, A II U i!-'n, i'h'lH' (itiHllllT, . ii ,.i:h:.n l- :t. Dec, ,1 d w.'iii'-lii'i:, J (, t.-snieli-th, IM AU. IJ.t' -.. 1' llt-ale, n ! ti:i.-. .J-- .ilii:im, S ir ' .J Ki-f TIkhixM- ( Umr::, -.mill 1 K'-c, .iiin.iihiii K"i. D.t,, J.oius Mc.lJinni-, ..(KITU'll IJllck, V ( 1. .inn. s II Dobbin-, M ir. Hnd Francis, 1 HTiSoi:, .mliii - Adkins, in t tiht i t, W II Til-oli. il Mi-Ilir-'hhili, 1;H i I Ell...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 18 June 1875

Summer Weather. BY JlAKY N. I'KKSCOTT. Tliecorn ig in tassel, the grass is high, Morning ami evening: echo with praise; Robins whistle anil thrushes reply, Making the most of these holidays. The silver bin-lies are laughing out. An emerald plume waves the sculptured fern, While thistle blossoms begin to pout, iH the wiM red roses begin to burn. ilei . .( .. trooping, oneandall, Lar.-p'.r ami harebell and gay marigold. Had they been waiting the fairy's call To rite up out of the mold i The brown sparrow does not long to 11 utter Wings like the pansy's best, Nor the velvet puny yearn to utter What the s-parrow en-ons over her nest. Steeped in the happy summer weather, Each content with its dower, Life is enough, no matter whether One be a bird or a llower! fltirpcr's Razar. The Dainty Maiden. Hast thou seen the dainty maiden As she swiftly passes by? Yes, indeed! her hair is golden, Clearest azure is her eye. Flits she swiftly as the swallow Toward the nest where it doth bide; Golden ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 18 June 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. How to Keep June Buttkk. To '. gal lons of brine stronjr enough to bear an egg and pound white sugar and a tea spoonful of saltpeter. Iloil the brine, and when cold strain and pour ulV carefully. Make the butter into rolls and wraj i-trh iu actam white cloth. Pack a large j.ir fail, and put a weight on top. Then cover completely with brine, and keep it covered all the eason. . roll at a time u.ay be used as wanted. Sliced Tomato Pickles. To 1 gallon of sliced tomatoes that are ju-t turning white and have been scalded in salt and water sullieient to make them a little ten der, mix a tablespoonful of ground pepper. 1 of mace , 1 of cloven 1 of ground mus tard, 1 of cinnamon, -1 of white mustard seed, 2 ot celery t-ed or celery salt. 1 pod of green peppers, -i onions chopped line. h pint grated horseradish. Mix all to gether and put a layer of each alternate ; add 1 pound of sugar and cover witli vin egar. ATviy Dish. The American G.-uccr give; ttie Ligredicnts of a v...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 18 June 1875

mul ill in 1 1 1 in i lyMiamai i imhii mur n iatm?MisZjM..i..imitt?ms'aiviiz- ROSENDAIiE Coacmued W. Names, and Lots, and ja'rt lots. J GGamlich, Its 13 5 7 911 5 MoVllRCo.lt 2 5; J G Gaemlich.lts 1 3.5. 7; 9 11, 13 15 17 19 21 23 6 Mo Villi Co. Its 2 14 21 6 Mo V K R-Co.lts 1 2 3 4 16. 7 J Vr Gaemlieh, lts.5. 7 9 11-13 15 17 21 23 J (. Gaemlieh, Its 1 3 5 9 11 l:; 15 17 19 23 g Mo V 11 11 Co, Its I 1I 20 h WH Gilchrist. Its 12 lloseberry &Morehouse,lt 24 b J: G Gaemlieh, Its 1 3 o 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 i3 9 ir i? U r lis 2 14 J 3 45 59 6 93 1 75 2 94 5 20 5 78 1 7.' 9 5 i 59 6-23 ! 20 ,J G Gaemlieh, 1 3 5 9 11 1 15 17 19 21 23 Mo Villi Co, Its 4 12 ttosebei vy&Morehouse,lt 24 J G Ga.mfic-hJts 1 35 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 Mo VR UCo, Its 4 1G lioscberryikMorchousclt 24 fJ G Gae.ml.oh. Its 1 35 7 9 U 13 15 17 Kosobcrry&Morehouse.lt 1G Mo V R ll Co, It 4 J G Gaemlieh, Its 1 3 ; U l:; 15 17 Mo V 1! R Co, It 10 J G Gaemlieh, Its 1 3 J U 13 15 17 Mo Villi Co. s4 10 !( ,J G Ga...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 25 June 1875

Vm j.uilu-U XMBWjj-.-r.T ri .mlt . .. -iT-TT-TvMmY.T.rt-"a.--ra I hjiii..hiii i J mi II III I II I n l mm i n j uijj, mi a i in i r I'll A 1 ii rl IP ATI 7 ,h fLf ATI, 11 1 i 1 A 61 n - - .;;,: -!ict- " -V'' - , F. M. TAYLOS, r.litor jvail PaMisIior. SATANXAH, MO.., FRIDAY, JURE 23, 1875. X""1- Y IV. VANNAH SIESCTOP.y. I ' i '.!;, if' I f't'ijttr 'in. I ." ' . i 7;.. ') it ti-ir --..' li v ;- v. ATTOliXKYS. i ALOW'tiLI.. ari.vy-:il-!a-.v ::' .!l I'ultli.'. I'a - -- v t :'"-ttii:i j Y ' ! ' tl- v j.r !av. wili jir:! li ..a-im-'- ia -.i.!,t j .'iie ov.r i j 'V-arr!;:;: . ti:- suili st.l. i . ki.-sk v-f-iif.v. Wii . ...Vva-t.-l ?i liijo ; .Mioitk r..: u- . i. , ..;, ;Ui-. -Ht-y :v Ur.- aii.f ! th- U..r.-rsim. kJ f..r l.tn-l . u arl lx.u.". wii.u-' .mil . :j'L;,XnAi !t.!.i-. .!-l s . i !;''.. am -";; 1 . i-vvi;. t. ll-u'ii :.('! turtles!" all ! . ..... ..::.. ii.i.... i.; j: i; ;,i tka fUKK. JlllJLSztlJ roifN S. UUQA3T, ,Mi'..;,!!i;i: Mi!,;- prmi.il r ri'. -..) . :i7-; rv. :.2 i JOIiN S...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 25 June 1875

wlmv Comity SqmliUean SAVANNAH. MISSOURI. CUKirENT TOPICS. The commission to treat with the Sioi:x Indians is now complete. It comprises eight member, viz.: "Win. B. Allison. Iowa; Bishop h. II. Ames, .Maryland: F. W. Palmer. Illinois: Brigadier-General Alfred II. Terry, Y. S. A. : lion. Abram Comino. Missouri : Ilev. S. I). Uinman, Dakota: G. P. Beau vol, -Missouri; J. 11. O'Brien. New York. John S. Collins has been appointed Secretary. The salary of the members is to be eight dollars a day, with an additional allowance lor Mcce-ary expenses. The Kenubiicans of Maine have nomi- nated Gen. Selden'Conner for Governor. The resolutions a 1 opted declare: That the Union of the States must be maintain ed at all hazards : that the Government is that of a nation, not of a confederacy; that local self-government in matters purely local must be adhered to; that there can be no legitimate conflict be tween powers of tiie Nation and of any State; that a sound currency, based on coin and redeem...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 25 June 1875

TO COI?KSP VXDKXTS. All roiiiiiii:i'i-:iti'ii: ,nr tiii-; p.-ip.-r sliouM It1 ncroiiipauicil !v ibr !i:'!ikm. tin-author; uotnec-o- .irily fur i-i.i..: -ati -.i, '..it as evidence of pioil faith on the lurl :i die writer. Write onlv on t :i-sele if tiie paper. I'.e p.ti ticiilarlv careful, in tfiviii;.' name- :ii.'. dates to have alfletters or lisrures !.iin an! distinct. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. TIIK COASTITI TIOAAI OOXVK"YTIOY. Jr.i: H. Tin' maioritv and minority re ports of tin- Committer on Kepresentation were taken up as the special order ami discussed at length, but the Convention did not reach a vote prior to adjournment. Ji'XK Di-eti-sh.n of the report.- of the Committee on liepre.-tntation occupied the entire se-sion Vn amendment, giving to St. Louis 21 member- f the lower House of the General As.-cmlilv, was defeated vea.-, 20; nays, -Hi The St. "Louis member-of the Convention ex pressed great indignation at what they charge to lie their unfair treatment y the majority of the ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 25 June 1875

0 T" IE1 ' V itrrmuijiiil Ulii.1 -''-Un nil I III Ti :7. ,....., 'rv Z.mh): ..... Miipi.c.i to (nldcll county, andtheu O . and ncar.for their beauty, that .should , Kansas Crops - A Wonderful Yield wc advertise t ho fact more extensive-1 Anticipated - Saengerfest. Iy, we feel a---tired tlio demand j -,. rt T, T , ... ,.. r , Ivaxsa- City, Mo.. J'.ne ltl that an action for damage-", could not. be maintained against the company. WTdiard l Hall. dr., appearing for t Jic companv in the latter case. $1 if) per year, in ailntvrc. For tiu- Ki'im'.ilii'iin. Supremo Court Decision. ;rv rrv. - ai..'.i !. (ir -' :;.') k ..- THiEi.-t.- r or i hi: cik siv. ..m i. i .no .-uppn. jiui.- Fn)1I1 parties just, returned, udl over wo are greatlv in favor of oat- -n t !i.iii.-i, i,.t ..ml . i.T, ..... -tn. i). f . inib Snmwimiwi nftr r.i- roiuzing Jiome institutions and report as to t lie crop pro-; e-is. :u Terms of Advertising. Tri-m.iS7.-i. Warren P.. ?dsn-t iudnln. ! "keeping money in the west." One1...

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. — 25 June 1875

licv. a Caravan, Circus and Mcn agc'nc "Wintered in California. Mr. Moii.romry Ju-t-ii. who made the tour! i California, wa-so favurablv impre-Mil with j tli- Pacific slop.-, he, last I'al! concluded to , ".VhTer vcl'h si- hi-- e;rc.-ii Caravan. Circa-! ami1 Men-jr.-rte. ." country in tin- wcr-',, 'nit ours, in .tfiT si: .-'a adeli-hca! Wintorci'matc. Think of it, a country win-re ro-e bloom pei-petit-tlly, ami Wllere ft "lit anil Vegetable.- are TU'ViT out of .-ajoa. Then can 'w wonder tln't Mr. ijuecii :mv:itci" jiiior:iia, wh ..-e Wit-rs arc iwver 1.1.T !h..n !lu-jm ;.:iis of .Tune in the Middle -u-s, otlw'ljnnmiiiai.-.wC ofN-w York or i, where w read of the thermometer u "i'.-lly dropping from f.ol.i-live alwive to venty-? ix deuree-below zero in twoiitv-lour 'sour-". Mr. jueeu w-is not lomc in dieoverinjr 'aat II.'SVW'Hnl.-, which over' u.ks the I!av, ami :s !M con u.it inly near to ih- City of san Fran- i.-co, Ta-ju-t tin- -pot l;j olfaiid rest In.m , !5::- f.CiUfS of M'lwl ii...

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 June 1875

Sometime. Well, cither you or I, After whatever is to Fay is said, ilust sec the other die, Or, hear, through distance, of the other dead, Sometime. And you or I must hide I'oor empty eye? and faces, wan and wet With L:feVi:rcat grief, beside Tin eoflln, scaled with silence, yet, Sometime. And you or I must look Into the other's grave, or far or near, And read, as in a book Writ in the dust, words we made bitter here, Sometime. Then, through what paths oi" dew, What Hush of flowers, what glory in the grass, Only one of us two, Even as a shadow walking, blind may pass, Sometime! And, if the nestling song Break from the bosom of the bird for love, No more to listen long One shall be deaf below, one deaf above, Sometime. For both must lose the way Wherein we walk together, very soon : One in the dusk shall stay. The other first shall see the rising moon. Sometime. Oil! fast, fast friend of mine! Lift up the voice I love so much, and warn; To wring faint hands and pine, Tell me I may be...

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 June 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. When- milk sours scalding will render Co., -o. 11 1'ark Kow, X. w York, are deserv-,.....,-..,,,:.. f 1,1 , in of sueeess, and have arhieveil success, it sweet again. Ihe whey separate? lrem T17t.vdo lm.,in0?si)11 lril(. i,Mncss principles, the curd, and the former is better than pay on demand all that they agree to pay, shorteninfr in bread. and einiine untirim: t in riry with prompt- SAXDAitAC'varnish i-: the best material lor meaUin plaster models. .Saturate th.- broken surface? thoroughly. ims.s , th-m well .together, and allow them to dty. ' as valuable as people :iv it i. no familv To IIkmovk Stains fi:om tiik Hands. ' should he without it. Certainly no person, i . i i - - .. .- be lu; lawyer, doctor, minister, or of anv 1 drops sulphuric a- ni m a quart ot r un oth(T pn,f,.,M-0I1 ,h(!lll,i btart fm ., j()iin)ey water will remove lruit, dye-.t.iins or without it. Xo sailor, ti.-hennan. or wood stOVf blacking tVoin the hands, Be can- '-"i should he without it....

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 June 1875

MtldrM ($0. KiemiblimU f Grasshoppors.-Crop Prospects-- P ' t Man Drowned. Fourth of July Celebration. Man Drowned. ErnnK Ilr.iTP.ucAX: Alter the de structive ohmd of grasshoppers has pass- Wednesday night was tho appointed ! cd away. T deem it proper to report to time for holding the meeting to -oni- you die amount of damage done, and nlete arrangements tor the Fourth of th-Mtuatiou in which our farmers have July celebration. Dugans excellent hern let: as regards subsi-tence. Xo cornet band was in attendance, and J ca'a;nity e or befeli (ho people in this made some fine mroic. Th:ir patriot- i.n, thai leii them so entirely with ism and accommodating dipoit;ii en j out mean of subsistence. If T should this and jiasc occasion, entitle ilvm to 1 ay that th- Iiavoeaten the entire grow-t-ie thanks and iiraie of tho communis. . bur crop in Alonroo township, it won Id it has been evident to us for several; be very near l!ie truth. "Wheat, oats, sclo to the progress ot the. pupil in lavs l...

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 July 1875

c o TJ N T rm AMU Andrew F. M. TAYLOR, I Editor and Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1875. V'" IV. F 37. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. .!- , a nit in thte column, ffty cents per livr t it ot.-r . i. j i iq the ye n ml hi ml. Those irfij r ' tin; i ' column ore rclwbh u.itl i'r 'fin -I;;,-1 ir. their respective c.iiis. ATTOKXHYri. T V.. ( Y!.!Wi:U,, :ittonnv-:i:-Uv.- tints vV N' t..i y iViltlie. -.-pi-rial ..It.-niioii '.- '.I.:.', V .i yaiifhij; nn-l iuvt-btiitinir -1 V iMii AX . y :it law, will ira ti't X fh- 'i;--ts iif Nor:liWf-t Mi.-soiiri . i.i i 'rtiilii.ii civil to liu-iiic.-s in Sin- county .ml courts. Ollice ovi-r Farntrrv xT Ki.'M.::!' & ICING. Attorney-; ami X' ,'"x :U 1'avtnMil.ir attention (vi,- .fl !! i:i. :;!-- ii the couth .-i'ii' t ' - - i .-, in ti"W r.ank r.uiMin. - y ,' i.. M.VI)i:, attoriiey-:it-lar. Will i t all Im-ius tiitrii-tv: to 1:1m - , :m1 (M!cl'lli1y. (.'an In toinul r.t his . -' lir-, t'.Vo (liXU'S i-u;i of tin- l'o.-t 1 rift , .t nali, Mo. t- WIJ...

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 July 1875

l twltuu. i1'.4t ' traordinary powers to the Executive, the I Iiozcman, Montana PUUUU MllUllllZlUnlUllUUl -nhinot hi-imr to ctninrtifii tin Govern- i 1 1 davs in makino- flu. rrin. inelndinir snm. ririP oilicials SAVANNAH. .Missorin The hont was only against Tweed, Sweeney and other ex-New York ig omciats. I inent in repressing revolutionary disor- time taken in ascending tributaries. The kix colored persons, one man and live - iders. This action empower. the I 'resident officers of the Josephine are reported to " omen, were drowned by the capsizing of a .... . , ....... . Miontnn Hill'; I.nbo iwnr T.ittlit l?ni-t Art rn.i to take (-i-iVf sr. ps against uortma, haw pronounced the leiiowstone ii better I , .... - i liii: ."in iiil. which wii . rol'.ihiy done. CUKilKNT TOPICS. 31 kssus. I'osi. Xor- ross and Smith, the commission appointed by the Secretary of , the Treasury to examine the 1'ost-oHieo ) building at Chic igo. have made their re-' Mhssrs. Moody and .S.uikt-y, the Ameri ca...

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