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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 6 August 1875

MISSOURI STATE NEWS. THE COA'STITTTIOrVAIi COXVEIVTIOIV. Jul i" 'J. Xo business of importance was transactor, the various committees having un finished work in hand beinp engnsreil in prepar ing their reports. July '27 The majority ami minori y re ports of the Committee on Taxation were under consideration The Convention adopted a resolution to the effect that all of the members shall sijrn the new Constitution, whether they arc ia favor of it or not. Thev si?n it merely to at test that it is genuine ."The St. Louis deloga tion were engaged in discussing a proposition for the division of the city and county of St. Louis. July "2s The only business before the Convention was the consideration of the article on repre.-entation, as rovised by the Committee on Revision. This was still under discussion when the Convention adjourned. JULY -2'.K V'rv little was done in the Con vention, excepting the adopting of the reports submitted by the Revising Committee. JULY .0. The report f the Sr. L...

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. — 6 August 1875

Eft fitchew (o. ejjublicjm. TEltMS: 81 50 per year, in advance. "TWKXTY CENTS AIintTION.U. (for pIK-tajCc) TO .-i:n-c5cr.r.ns ovr or no: cointy. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per .-iiucve tor iirst infection, ii ml Fifty Cmi;.- tor :icH Mib-eiiicnt insertion: One .Mii.u', twelve line nonpareil type, or one inch down the column. Administrator' Notice Final ."-itlcniclit Notice "' ,,,, Stray Nonce : i one Dollar lVreach addiliona! anim.d. L-ical teo rent.-- per line iir.-I ni-r!i;ii live cent- per line lor each .-iili-eipieiU insertion. When a -ubscrfber.- time e.pi. we will iil:nv a X before hi.- name, to notilj him of the tact. Th"V would oliiie us, when tl.ey mc the Tnark. if tlicv would renew, or at once intoini tt- licit thev Vl?li the paper di-continucd. FRIDAY MOllMXtl, Ai .1T 1S7.".. SUNDAY LAW. Our neighbors of St. Joseph an; considerably exercised over the en forcement of the Sunday law in their midst. Itlirst went into practical .operation on the. iW.li ult., when sill t...

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. — 6 August 1875

Inflation -"What it Does Not Mean. St. Loris, July 23, 1875 To the Editor of the Globe-Democrat It behooves the people to know what flation means and what it docs not infl mean. This thev will never learn from .its advocates. Alwavs whea men seek I '.' ""'i'" l" Vli u " et the aid ol the law in "their themes of ! 1U 1 1U Promises to pay oi the company spoliation, they arc obliged to conceal their real intentions under a false name. It would not -do to give a bill providing for an increase in the volume of a re dundant sum! depreciated currency a ti tle truly descriptive t)f its character, purpose and effect. Thi, lor instance, would not be a good title : "An act, to authorize every debtor in the United States to retain for ids own u.-e a certain part cf the money justly due to his creditor, without the consent, of said creditor, and without danger of the pains and penalties of fraud1 X-.r this : "An act to postpone ! "s . Iuu:in Ul'11 nw indelbntelv the Ittlillment of ihe gov- fr tm...

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. — 6 August 1875

Atxw bounty UpttMfo mi SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. CTU RENT TOPICS. Tiik well known banking-house of Dun can, Sherman & Co..- New York, sus pended payment on rh- -27th n't. liabilities are understood t be Their j in the i neighborhood of SG.OOO.OOO. v;ith assets con.-iuciab!y ;e. than ;lr" amount. Un fortunate speculation- in cotton and rail way securities are said to have been the cause ot their embarrassment. 1 he an- nouncment 01 tneir suspension caused nie greatest excitement in financial circles. In Wall Street there was a sudden panic, during which gold rose from 112 ro UOf, but soon fell liack to 114$. There wasalo a great depression in the leauinir stock-, Panama tailing from 131 to V22. Western Union from S2f to 73, Lake Shun- Irom 51f to oS. Northwestern from -Of to 'M. etc. A part of this decline was recovered before the close of business for the day, and a better feeling existed. The panic i extended to Boston, Philadelphia and j other commercial centers. j The Minnesota Rep...

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. — 6 August 1875

$MUW iiUUUJlt It CI) UU WW ! Meadow massacre have long been admit ' J ! ted. it has been contended by the Mor- SAVANNAH, 3fSSOUKI. The Mountain Meadow Massacre. The trial of John D. -ie in Beaver, Yoking outrage. Therragedy occirred at a time of great excitement in Uah. Brigham Young was then Governor of the Territory, and likewise SupcriKcndent of Indian Affairs, hi offi Alfre his poo. on his wy to supersede him as Governor, accomiunied by a military force of about three thousand men, under the command of Col. Albert Sidney Johnson, to enforce his claim. There had been great turbu lence in Utah ; numerous outrages on emigrants by persons in the guise of In dians had been ascribed to the Mormons. ; and the Gentile Judges of the Federal court had all left the Territory, which in fact was in a state of rebellion. The ques tion of armed resistance to the troops was seriously discussed, though subsequently this idea was abandoned. During this period of excitement, name ly, in Augu-t, 1S...

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. — 6 August 1875

Andrew 0. ctiblicmu LOCAL BREVITIES For bargains in Dry Goods, go to. E. II. Mitchell, at Southwest comer of Public Square. Mr. Peter Femson, living about three miles south of this city, lost a very val uable hoise, not long since ; :t died of some unknown disease. Fon first-class job work of all kinds, call at the Hepublicax oiliee. wove favored with a short call on Thursday last from our friend 'Tnctor,'' one 01 our mosi vaiueu rmifspuiiucms. --c-- Pure Cider Viuegar-best kind can now b had at the Savannah Meat Mar ket, South side of the Square. no LI Vfe notice that our worthy Marsha-, 0. G. Stevenson, is thoroughly renova ting the streets of this city, putting i:i new crossings and fixing up the bridges and bad places in the greets. This shows that he means to fill his position with honor. Crops destroyed: .Money hard to get! and John J. Miller has reduced the prices of hi- mammoth stock of Cloth iiii: to suit this state of affairs. Call and be convinced. --- We learn that John ...

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. — 13 August 1875

m 1 A 1 im Aiiurew &5$ jxepuuiican. -itggili 1 , F. M. TAYLOR, t Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1875. V"!" IV. w- O DIRECTOHY, AlvrrtUcmr.its iv this colw.in, fifty cents per line jr oi if'it, inriuilini '...' -;r 'Ctui! (-sail. Thosf jfio 7.f'v rtisr i'l thii tolnmu are reliable and xtrir.'jhtfurwr.rd in theii respective, calliwjx. ATTOilNKVS. y.r w Vt X'otary Pr.blic. I'jiv.i spfria! aitentii I o folliTtin, coiivcvaneing ana inveatigaiiiig iti. " 1 S 1 1 :KY.N. attorney at law, will praitire 1 TT in "ll the Culirts of Xoribwi t M i-;-Hi i-t - attention iricn tobn.ine-s in tin- county pronaie couio. jiui;e over runners V. .nk. -J7 f-1 nr.KXLKK & KING. Attorm ys and X counsellors at law. Particular attention i - n to collections. (Mtieeon the smith .-nle ot t'.e square., in new P.ank HuiMin. '.; "TOUX li. M A.loiis, attorney-at-law. AVill pjf tr:i!i-ai't all liu-inc.-.- eiitru-teil lo him M-"7iijily ami e.arel'nlly . (.'an lie toiunl at hi i.;l'ice. ...

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. — 13 August 1875

! guuUw (County ScjmMiom j SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. t m n 'nvrni rr, rx T T , C URK EXT FOP I ( 'S. The Mississippi Democratic St tt Con vention was held at Jackson on the 3d. Hon. V. L. Hemingway was unanimous ly nominated for Stale Treasurei. The plat orm adopted is mainly confined to State matters. It recognizes to the fullest extent the civil and political eqmlity oi all men, and asks the aid and assistance of voters of all parties of both races in the es- tablishment of good government, "color line" is wholly ignored. The The celebration of the O'Connell cen tennial took place at Dublin, beginning on Aug. 5 and continuing three days. Solemn religion ceremonials were held in the churches, a series of grand concerts, mostly of Irish music, was given, and va rious meetings were held and addresses made commemorative of the birth of the great Irish Liberator. There were esti mated to be 10,000 strangers present in Dublin on the first day of the celebration, and large accessions were made...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 13 August 1875

MISSOURI. HERE AND THERE. The cochineal insect has been discover ed in California. In- London, on the night of July 13. the thermometer on the grass fell to the freez ing point. A lodgk of the Sons of Malta has been started by an American in Japan, and it is found "to be great fun to initiate the na tives. The large increase of applications from disabled soldiers for admission to the Homes, the present year, makes it necessa ry to increa-se the buildings at all the branches. Okud Bauman recently arrived in San Francisco afoot, and asserted that he had walked all the way from New York at an average speed of forty miles a da'. One negro shot another just after church, in Huntington, Tenn. The mur derer escaped, but the whole congregation started aft'T him with the intention of lyiuhing him. A gentleman in Kingston, N. Y., ha cured hi hen of a mania for hatching. Stones, clubs, basins of water were in vain ; but when lire-crackers exploded under her. she concluded to come off. The impo...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 13 August 1875

fitchew ($o. tytibUejm. TERMS: $L 50 per year, in advance. TWENTY CENTS ADDITIONAL (for postage) TO ..rii-ci:ii:r.n.'- ot t ok Tin: county. Terms of Advertising. One Hollar pir miaiv lor lirt insertion, ami Fifty Cunts for each -iilMMUrnt insertion: One square, twelve lines nonpareil type, or one inch ilown ilit- column. Administrator' Notice S.:! 00 Final Metthmcnt Notice : Stray Notice ; 00 one Dollar lor each additional animal. Locals li-n rents per line lir-.t in-erlion live cents per line lor each Mili-cnieiit insertion. When a sub-eriher.-. lime expires, we will place a before hN name, tonotiiyhim of the fart. Thi';. would oblige nr., w!ie:i they see the mark, if they wonhl renew, or at once inform u.-s that tlu-v wish the paper discontinued. FK11AV MOUNINt;, Al'lil'-l 13, W.".. Wm. IIuhst, tho (kMiion v.'lio cut his -wife's throat at "White Cloud a few days since, is trying- the crazy do-dire . Fifty dollars conscience nioney,duc io the income tax, was received at the treasur...

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. — 13 August 1875

Monks in Expelled The party of eighty-four Franciscan monks who arrived in this country from -fiermaiiv on the 2'ith of June, is made up of eignteen priests and sixty-six stu-: dents anil lay brothers, members who j perl-inn the ordinary work about anion- I artery. Sixty-three went to Teutopolis, HI., and twenty-one three priests and eighteen students to Quincy. Iost of tin! brothers who were sent here are viuii men. and will remain in iew Vork until they complete their educa tion and are confirmed prie.-ts. They have perfected their studies with the exception of philosophy and theology, but none of them can speak a word of English. There are at present in this country but six monasteries under the control of the We-4phalian branch of the Fiancisean monks, which are as yet regarded as minions, the centre of au thority being still in the mother house in Germany." The monasteries are lo cated at Teutopolis. ill, : St. Louis, Mo.; Cleveland, (. ; Memphis, Tenn. ; Her man, Mo , and in X...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 13 August 1875

Song of the Mosquito. 'Home again home agaiu From a foreign shore ! And oh, it fills my soul with joy, To greet ray friends once morel" It does, indeed 1 I brin- you no new song, my friends, I wear no fancy clothes; I know you love me for myself, F- r I believe your oaths! i lee'. I'm lovely! When I come For once you're blest indeed. I know I'm all in all to you; For me you gladly bleed ! Oh, yes! I am a tiling of joy! My tones are passing sweet; I thrill yon with my melody So simple, yet complete! 'Ah! there he is!" you softly cry, And breathless watch my flight Unless, indeed, I have you there, I5y coming in the night! It is not every visitor Who brings a band along! Who celebrates his friendliness In melody and song! It is a graceful compliment. Which I can well afford To those who gladly welcome me And furnish all my board ! A serenade at dewy eve How grateful to Hie sense! Who stays to calculate the cost The paltry recompense! "What cheerful little sprite is this That carols as...

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. — 13 August 1875

MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Knox County. Dr. A. P. White, a prominent citizen of THE coNSTITBTIoXAIi cox vjejvtioiv. j Edina, committed suicide on the 31st ult., by Ave. 2. At precisely 20 minutes before 11 j taking poison. lie was fifty years old, and o'clock a. m. a vote was taken on the adoption or j leaves a family, having several grown chil rejection of the Constitution agreed to by the j tJren. Convention, when it was unanimously adopted. At 11 o'clock the delegates bewail to affix their signatures in alphabetical order, andbv half-past 12 the instrument was duly signed by all the mem bers present, a resolution being adopted provid ing that delegates not present be allowed to sign it within 30 days after the adjournment of the convention. There were onlv live absentees, viz: Messrs. Shackelford, Itoss of .Morgan, Holliday, Tulitzer and Dryden, who were una voidably absent on account of private affairs. . Mr. Gantt, from the special committee appointed to investigate the missing bonds...

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. — 13 August 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. Ckoquet sets at Cooper & Greenlee's j Don't fail to dee the "Golden Farmer'1 I Hardy's Hall Thursday night next. We regret to announce that Elijah 1 Wn can't say we are just exactly sat lirayton, our worthv Count Clerk, has ' isiied with the way .Stiles & Hardy do .Seen in poor health for some time past. ! their advertising. They don't advertise J lis constitution is so enfeebled that the ! much in the paper-, and yet they are principal duties- of the ollice devolve upon Ah. Somerville, the Deputy. We hope h jo may soon recover. For bargains in Dry Goods, E. :r. Mitchell, at Southwest of Public Square. We acknowledge the receipt of a luuulsonie complimentary ticket to the Fourth Annual Exhibition oi the Xoda- way county Agricultural and Mechani- cal Society, to be held at Maryville, September, 127th, -JSth. i"Jth and :0th, and October. 1st and iM. A new lot of fancy stationery at " PLTiYlAXCE'S. A farmer living about ten or twelve jniles north of this chy, o...

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. — 20 August 1875

c o tj n r mi -1- JLJl J P. M. TAYLOR, I Editor and Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1875. V'" IY. F- 44- SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Advertisements in this column, fifty cents per linf Jor one tca , including the general head. Tftost zrhn advertise in this column are reliable and straightforward in their respective caHinijs. ATTORNEYS. WAV. CALDU'l'.LL, :ittinicy-:it-lav mill a Notary I'lildif- I'ajs .-nrial attention o c lik-ctmg, convtvuiiciiig anil inveatisatiiijr jtl.s. ' il C-l T. IiltVAN, aitoriK'.v a: law, will jiractiiv JT in all tin' cMirts of Nsiitliwrst Missouri. Spi-tMal at'i'iition irivi-u lolmsint'.- in tin- "niintv aii l probate courts. Ollico over Fanneri' It.tt.k. '27 CI Kl.i:r.Ki: .t KING. Attorneys ami X" roin--lor at fctw. l'artirular attention j; ii n to i oileelio!!-). Oflice t. the south .side ot tin b-iuare, in new Bank UuiMing. J; JOHN' It. M.UOKS, attomey-at-law. Will transact all Iillsnii'ss enrrusteil to hilll Ironii!lv au-1 carefully. Can ! lomvl ...

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. — 20 August 1875

MISSOURI CUIIEEXT TOPI Pkbsident (Joxzalks, of San Salva dor, has had about fifty of those en gaged in the recent fanatical riots at San Miguel shot. Great sorrow and indig nation is expressed throughout Central America on account of the affair, in which the respectable e.lergy join. A Jettcr from San Miguel to the Panama Maraud Herald says that during three days the town remained at the mercy of the assailants, and during that time all classes of crimes were committed. The losses in property will not fall short of 1,000,000. The. President of the lie public has done what he could to bring the offenders to punishment, but, so numerous are they, they cannot be dealt with. The foreigners in the place have addressed their respective Governments for the purpose of making the Govern ment responsible for losses incurred. Thk Forty-fourth Congress will have more than the usual number of new men. There are only four who have served in seven Congresses, or fourteen years and enly four who ha...

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. — 20 August 1875

SUuIttu' Count j ScjntbUam say a nwail MISSOURI. Dan tie QuIHe's Experience Wiih an Um- brella. From r. ccent letter in the Virginia L tttcrpri. , written by Dan de Quillc, uhoisnovv residing in Hartford, Conn., c extract the following: 1 remained in New York three days, i in- day after my arrival it rained all d iv. was in the Grand Central Ilott-I i in I had lu.sine.-s away down town at l'ine and Liberty Streets, and in all kind-f places where 1 could not go without an umbrella. .Sol bought one the first one I ever bought in my life. If was also about the only one that I er undertook to control. I bought 1 1 1 rn:iehiac because I was now, as I irgued, in a rainy country liable to have -hewers at any time and occasion ally between times. It was a thing I houid often want during the summer. When I bought it I let the man I bought "l of J all the talking about umbrellas, while J maintained a sort of sarcastic neutrality which incited him to tell me ill h knew about the article in que...

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. — 20 August 1875

1 Indnw o. etthlwtt. TEEMS: SI 50 jcr year, in advance. TWENTY CESW AUMTIOXAL (for postage) TO rfCll'sORIHEItS OUT OF THE COX'XTY. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per square for first insertion, ami Fiftv Outs for cach-eubsetiient insertion : One .-square, twelve lines nonpareil type, oi one Inch down the ciflumn. . Administrator's Notice . Final .settlement Notice Strav Notice v: ' one liolbir for euch additional annual. Locals-ten cents per line tirst insert on-m e -ents per Jinc for cash subsequent insertion. When a subs-ribers time expires, we will place: X before his name, to notity un ol e fact. Thcv would oblige us, when tlwY "' tl; mark, if thYv would renew, or at, once ir.lonu us that they wish the paper discoutnuuxl. FRIDAY MORNINC, Al'd'-ST 0,1575. I foar God; and besides II im I fear none but that raau -who fears Him aot. The Governor of Tennessee has ap pointed I). M. Keyr. S. Senator in the place of Andrew- Johnson, deed. Chinese emigration to California is pouring in...

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. — 20 August 1875

REORGANIZED, RECONSTRUCTED & ENLARGED TO FOUR TIMES ITS FORMER SIZE, CONSTITUTING THE . - wn -.n-m T a "nTrrTT1 GREAT ARENIC EVENT OF 1875 , AND SENSATIONAL CENTENNIAL JUlibiiiiAiN rioui. BURR ROBBIN'S COLOSSAL CIRCUS, Mastodon Menagerie, tomographic Caravan, Herculean Hippo drome, Equestrian and Zoological Congress of Nations! will exhibit at nah, Friday, Aug 27, 1875. Two Performances, One Day Only. Doors Open at 1 & 7 p. m. ADMISSION 50 Cents. CHILDREN UNDER 10, 25 Cents. rfx. B. A foiv very comfortable seats, nicely cushioned ami up holstered, hayinjjboth loot rests and backs, will be lurnished those who desire them, at 25 cents extra. Till! WORLD'S WONDER ON WHEELS ! LEADING FEATURES OF THE GREAT MENAGERIE: 2o full cages of Rare Wild Animals; the Monster Asiatic "War Elephant, ; lhf Largest Den of Performing Lions known ; Genuine -Specimens of Living Crocodiles from the Nile; the only cage of Porforming Ilvenas in the World: South American Tapir; Wild Denizens ot the Ro...

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. — 20 August 1875

The Absurdity of It. It is ail very well, for the poets to tell, Ey way of their song adorning! Of milkmaids who rouse, to manipulate cows, At live o'clock in the morning; Anil of moony young mowers who bundle ost-doors The charms of their straw-beds scorning Before break of day, to make love and hay, At five o'clock in thejuorniug! But, bet ween me and you, it is all untrue Believe not a word they utter; To no milkmaid alive does the finger of five Bring beaux or even bring butter. The poorfleepy oows, if told to arouse, Would do so, perhaps, in a horn-ing; But the sweet country girls, would they show their curls, At five o'clock in the morning? It may cat be wrong for the man in the song Or the moon if anxious to settle, To kneel in wet grass, and pop, but, alas ! What if he popped down on a nettle? For how could he see what was under his knee If, in spite of my friendly warning, lie went out of bed and his house and his head. At live o'clock in.the morning? It is all very well, s...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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