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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 20 August 1875

MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Genera IVoteg. Gov. Hardin has issupl a. proclamation, oflcring a reward of .,00 for tho apprehen sion of John II. Hubbard, charged with the murder of Juremiah White, in Texas County, on the 3tfth of October last. The 1'rehident of the Jliouri Pacific has announced Ins determination not to follow the lead of the Kansas City and Northern lioau in cutting rates. Col. Lucian J. Eastin. editor of ths Glas gow Journal, and I're.iident of tho State As ociation of Mexican Veterans, has called a meeting of the soldiers of the Mexican War. to be held at Fayette, Howard County, on Thursday, September lo, and hopes that there will be a general attendance, as busi ness of importance is to be transacted. He also calls for reports from all parts of the Slate, as to the number of surviving soldiers in each county. Howard County. At Fayette, on the night of the 11th, a dif ficulty occurred between W. II. Dickerson. Jr., and Austin Jones, in which tho latter was .'hot and instan...

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. — 20 August 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. c Ckoquet sets at Cooper & Greenlee's All kinds of School Books used in the county are kept by L. G. Wilkerson. A new lot of fancy stationery at PUKVIANCE'S. John Utter, of Savannah, who bears an excellent reputation a plasterer, has concluded to remain awhile in Corning, and if ho likes it which ho will ho will remove his family and take up his permanent abode there ; so says the Corning Union. Pure Cider Vinegar best kind can now be had at the Savannah Meat Mar ket, South side of the Square. no-il -o- Mr. Henry Hiatt, Mayor of Clarinda, Page county, Iowa, and wife, wire in this city the past week visiting friends and relatives. He reports everything in a nourishing condition in Iowa, and says that the grasshoppers did not do very much damage in their section cf the country. They left for Clarinda on Thursday last. - Crops destroyed! Money hard to get! and John J. Miller has reduced' the prices of his mammoth stock of Cloth ing to suit this state of affairs. Ca...

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. — 27 August 1875

mi a i 1 J Pi AT lis PW wmis T. M. TAYLPB, Editor r.:i;t Pabli-ii SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1875. Y'- IV. W- 45- cr. S SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Jnr o,: ' ii'ri,, (, -if!i t fit, tir'n't nil hrtul. Those tc'to ir ret; f . .1 .(j ro'u-nn :re rr!ii!tc tiitl i' ihi'itfortrrnl i thvir i;-mlicc celUutjx. ATTORNEYS. WW. CALDWKLL, a'torney-at-l.-nv anil a Xotary l'uitlic. s special attention o --!i'L-l isilt, convevaneing and investigating illes. "1 T. UilYAX, attmnev al law, will pradioe KX in all the courts of Xirihve-,t Mi-noiiri. 1" 1 ittontion toLii-tnes- in tin- county and probate courts. Ollhv over EarniciV II nk. T, Wm. s. greexlke, att unk y and counsellor at law. I'artiei.lar attention g. u lo collection-?. Oliiee ni Ihe south side of tin square, in new Hank Uu:ldi:ig. 2.5 "TOIIV 15. 3IAJ0US. ittoriey-at-hnv. V.'ill ti transact all lhi.-iness entrusted to him j.r nitly ami carefully. Hi n lis- lunl at hi oihi'i-, 'Hi stairs, two doors ca&i of the Tost Ot-ti'-' , .-a anin.il...

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. — 27 August 1875

guuivetv County Republican SAVANNAH", Missouri. CURRENT TOriCS. 15 v the breaking down of :i trestle bridge" on tin' St. Louis ami St. .Joseph branch of tin; St. Louis, Kansas City ami Northern Ilailroad, near dowel, in Clinton County, Mo., on the lTtli, a train composed of two passenger ears am! a mail anil an express ear was pre cipitated into the chasm, a distance of 20 feet. There were lifty or sixty passengers on the train, and over forty were injured. Mr. Anglinn, a commercial traveler for Weill & Co., St. Louis, and Capt. Y . II. II. War ren, of St. .Joseph, died from their in juries, and the wounds of some others were supposed to he fatal. The engi neer of the train, when he felt the tim bers giving way, put on all steam and succeeded in running his engine safely over and breaking loose from the train. Till-: announcement that .Fetterson avis had accepted an invitation to de liver an address at the Winnebago (111.) County Fair provoked considerable in dignation among the...

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. — 27 August 1875

ndvctr (Count Republican SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. : A TERRIBLE RETRIBUTION. The Culmination f a i,ift. f Wedded Misery Tin- Terrible Vengeance of u Jealous llu-Imml. From the Detroit Free Press. One of the mo-t .-hocking ami elis tressing elomciie trage-elies e-ver known in this city occunvd at an early hour esterdav morning, when a jealous hus banel, goade-el to insanity liy what he believed to 1m- the unfaithfulness of the woman who had .-worn, to love, honor and obey bin;, deliberately inllieted what may yet prove her death wound, and then blew out his brains, falling a ghastly e-orp-e a: her very feet. The principal actor- in tin.- mournful trage dy were Mr. anil Mr. John HoHner, residing at the -outhwest corner of Led um! and Sv..iid -treeis. Mr. HoiVner was a member of the linn of HoiVner & Mayes, .-hip chandler-, No. 1'2 Wood ward Avenue, and was a man well and favorably known in business circles. His aire wa- wa- forty-nine years. Ui. wife, a very hand-ome and stylish wo man ...

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. — 27 August 1875

TERMS: 1 50 j)erycar, in advance. TWENTY CENTS ADDITIONAL (for postage) TO f cr.ci:iREKs oi'T ok the cointy. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar -per square for first insertion, and Fifty Cunts for each subsequent insertion : One square, twelve lines nonpareil type, or one inch down the column. Administrator'-, Notice $" 00 Final Settlement Notice 00 Stray Notice S 00 one Dollar for each additional animal. Locals ten cents per line !ir.-t ii;-eil ion live cents per line for each subsequent insertion. When a subscribers time expires, we will place a X before his name, to notity him of the fact. Thev would oblijrc s, when they see the mark, if tliev would renew, or at once inform lis that they wi-h the paper discontinued. FRIDAY MOUSING, Al'Gl'ST 27, hs7.. Tfto Costs of Democracy. Wc print below an editorial from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, which con tains much matter for serious thought. Wo commend it to all our readers of whatever politics, and when they have read it, let them decide...

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. — 27 August 1875

THAT STOLEN PACKAGE. The Treasury Thieves Locked in Default of Bail. Up Washington-, Aug-. 9. So time has been fixed yet lor the preliminary ex amination of persons arrested for the larceny of the $-17,000 package from the Treasury Department. Ottman has employed Richard T. Merrick as coun sel, and an effort will be made to have the bail reduced, but the authorities de mand heavy bonds. Oltman recently made a heavy deposit in the bank in Al exandria. The officers have gone to se cure the money. The employes in the cash-room of the Treasury Department have been watched in all their move ments since the robbery. The president of the Gmnania Saving Bank, of Alex andria, where Oilman has a special de posit, had an interview to-day with General Spinner and Treasurer New, and has consented that the officers shall examine the contents of the packages left by Ottman. Ottman appeared to day before Jude Snell and waived a preliminary examination. The Judge, after hearing the statement of the ...

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. — 27 August 1875

Symptoms. i:r joiin g. sa.xi:. li lie is sure possessed, madam. " Tti-elfth Myht. If, when you hear a certain lady's name, You feel j our puLscs give a suddc-a start, Dr hlufch, a.- if some secret sense of shame Had stirred, just then, the currents of your heart; And if that naiiif to put it rather strong In euphony seems rery much above All other names I think I can't be wrong To venture the opinion, you're m love! If, when, at last, by some suspicious chance. You meet the lady at a ball or play, You shrink abashed beforo her modest glance, And quite forget, the words you meant to say; And if, moreover, gn.ing at her hand. You wish upon that ha ml you wore a glove, It isn't very hard to understand (See ' Komeo ami .Juliet ") , you're in love! If with two ladies, on a summer's day, You sit alone, at luncheon or at tea, And think, if one of them were but away (A mile or so) , how happy you would be; Yet find your wits in such a giddy whirl. Yon scarcely speak to her you're thinking o...

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. — 27 August 1875

His New Watch. Tt wis a very rioI hoi-si', hut :i br-ttor horse for :i tlcml pull than for speed. The buiriry was old-fashioned, wilh a crevasse in th dashboard and a poke miinp: from one hind wheel. As the auctioneer raised his hammer and told j the crowd that he had known that horse j all his days and had made the circuit of the world in that buirjrv, the owner of! the outfit leaned airaint the vehicle ami I wondered how anv one could tell.-uch a I hold lit' and still preserve such a placid expression of countenance. He was a youuirman. lie hail seen harvest apples and watermelons come and iro about, twenty-four times. His whikers were soft and fuzzy and oranie-eolored , his pantaloons were thrust into h boots, and it was a? plain a a white dor at midnight that he had come from the agricultural country to ell the ri; and fatten his wallet, lie verified the statements of the auctioneer that the hore was sound, kind. rent!c, docile, amiable, amblinir ; and tender-hearted, and that, ...

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. — 27 August 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. Croquet sets al Cooper & Greenlee's All kinds of School Books used in the county are kept by L. G. Wilkerson. On Tuesday afternoon last lhc"Slars" ot this city, played a "Picked Kiue," a game of Base Ball, in vvhich the Stars came out victorious by the handsome score of 13 to .IS. With a little more practice the Stars vriil be able to play any nine -west of the Mississippi river, 'Pastimes"' included. -o- For pure Drugs, Chemical5?, and School Books, go to L. G. AVilkerson, successor to Sargent & "W'lkersou. -a- Mr. A. Schuster, who has been so long and successfully engaged in the clothing business in this place, sold out his entire stock the past week to Mr. John II. Tyner, of this place, also well known to the public as one of Savan nah's leading merchants in years past. Mr. Tyner will continue business at the old stand. -B- JR. II. Arnold, who was wounded in the recent disaster on the St. Louis, K. C. & Northern Hail way, died Tuesday evening at half-...

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. — 3 September 1875

0 0 TIN T Fill JL JUL W VJU T,F.M.TAYLOR, Editor and PhbIinor. i SAVANNAH, MO., FI1IDAY, SEPTEMBER H, 1875'. V'"" IV. F- 46- SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. " rt. ,(.; f in tin coin an, fftj cryits per lim ' ' iiii luv'iiiii ifte jiiitrrlh ad. Thou i rf-i rf ' ,'lUtfor- . "i Mm ro'.-'i rctttuilc niiti ' (' ftfn- ruuriticr calling. ATTORNEYS, W W. ,I.!U'!:!.I.; alt .riK-y-.il-law ami Not..;v i'nhlic. Pa.-.vnoinl ntl-iiti.,n i liiijr. -.iivcvaticiir " and investigating J .! S . attorney at law, will prattiei . 1 - iiurt. of oi-llu'f-.t M tvniii-i r iL.itc curt-.. OI!ice over Fanm iV t law. Faticii:ar atlriiuon -..:!' toll. MlllCt' oil I lit SOtllll Mill ;.iar.- :ii nw Bank Btiiidinjr. -J."! ( J 'IN II. 5. JOIJS, attorncv-:t-law. AVill ... : -..! :..! Im-inciS ci.mtstfil to him :'y am; --.m-fully. ('an t toiind at h; ! My . two doors l Use Post f - ..:in:..i:. Mo. -1 A U K' I ! AKKU, attonr. y at law an.l in r... laini Atrciit, ."-.tvaiinah. Mn. Nii ' ..::n-:..;.t!n-t th" GoM-rnsiii-ni for land , ...

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. — 3 September 1875

gMultxw (Bounty gcpuMicmi SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. CU11KEXT TOPICS. Gov. YV. F. M. Aknv has completed arrangements for spare in the Centcn nial for the exhibition of the curiosities of all the Aztec races of Indians in New Mexico, and of the products, agricul tural and mineral, of that Territory. It is probable that Gov. Amy will be ac companied to Philadelphia by a large delegation of Indian chiefs, who will have space in the Exhibition grounds for the erection of wigwams and the presentation of their methods of mak ing blankets and other useful articles, and their stone mills for grinding grain and making bread. The presence of a band of uncivilized aborigines of America at the Centennial will form an interesting feature. The Salt Lake Tribune has recently come into possession of some interest ing old manuscript documents left by Dr. Isaac Garland, who died severa years ago in Iowa. lie originally own ed the land on which Xauvoo was built , and, sharing the belief of the late (Jen oral...

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. — 3 September 1875

navcir (Counts ilqntbUcnn SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. Daddy Flick's Spree. KY I'IM.KG AKKWKIGIIT. Daddy Flick was a queer old Dick, Trudging along with a crooked stick, Frowsy and dirty and tattered and torn. Wearing a hat. that a goat would scorn To nibble at, it was so forlorn : And I state, with a solemn regard for truth, That a garment must be in a state of ruth, A very unsavory speeios of gams, If an up-town goat will reject the same. Jle was gray a a badger and old as a crow, And his escs wi re queer well, beery, you know, Illeached ai.d weak and he had, I suppose, The most absurd and peculiar nose That ever invited a passer-by To think of the worth of ebrietv. Naught can I sny in his praise J wot. Ie-pect ible'r Honest:- Oh, certainly not! 31 o.st people ca'led him a wretched old sot. Only a beggar, lie used to stand Day by d.iy. with his hat in his hand. Asking for pence from the grave and the gay, And getting them, too, I am glad to say, Not in abundance, but just enough For a litt...

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. — 3 September 1875

JZndrilw (o. glcpublicjm. TJJHMH: -SL .10 er year, in adcanrc. r-.VKNTY CUNT.-. ADDITIONAL (for postage) TO .L'i:i'i:iisi:i: orr or tiik coi'.nty. Terms of Advertising. Jiiv Dollar per square lor tlr-t in-eition, and Fifty Cunt- I'm- :ieh -ul-ei(Uent in-eriion : One .-quare, twelve line-, nonpareil type, or one inch down the column. Adinini-trutor's Noiii-c Final Sett h-menl Notice '! ' Si ray Notice (X) one Dollar l'oi each aMiti'i.al :niiniai. Loral ten rents jjtrline m.-erl ion live cut- per line for each 5uh-eiui-nt in-eiii'in. When a iili-eriler- time expires. we will p'.u-e a X before Ills name, If notitv h'..n of the fact. Tli. y would olilie u-, wle-n they see the mark, if iliey would rej:ew, or ai oi.ee inloll.i I.- that lliw wi-h the paper .iseoi tiniie'l. FIMDAY JKHCiLNi;. tll' I K-M 151-.lt :!, Jsy;,. Thkri: will be an election held in iXoilav. ay county on the 14th day of .September, to decide Avhether hors, iroat? and sheep shall be restrained or run at lame. ('overnor...

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. — 3 September 1875

.Mark Twain's Scientific tions. Calcula- Mark Twain, in the August Atlantic .li'mnis over the diminished leuiMJt of ho. -Mississippi in tlii.s strain : Therefore, the Mississippi between Cairo anl Xcv Oricmis was twiilve hamlrei'i and fifteen miles long; one hun dred and s.v'iii v-sjj: years airu. It was "leven hiiaih ed' anil 'eility after the nt-tll"ol 17:.':?. It was one thousand md forty after the American bend cut "If (some sixteen or seventeen years :lco.) Ir, has lost sixty-seven miles since. Consequently its length is only -nine hundred and seYeutv-three miles at M'-ent. Now, if T wauled to 1)0 one of those 'nderous scientific people, and "lot a' t.) U')e what had occurred in a :rivcn time in the recent past, or Avhat will occur in I he far future by what has 'M-curved in late years, what an oppor tunity is here! (ieoloiry never had sueh i chance, nor such exact data to arue irom! In or "ilcvelopmcnt of .species" ither! (!lacial epochs are ,-traue hinir-. but they are vague,...

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. — 3 September 1875

Doctrine and Devotion. IIKYAXT'S LAST IIYMX. As shadows, cast by cloud and sun, Flit o'er llio summer grass, So, in thy sight. Almighty One! Earth's generations pass. And while the years, an endless host, Come pressing swiftly on, "The brightest names that earth can boast Just glisten, and are gone. Tet doth the Star of Bethlehem shed A luster pure and sweet; And .still it leads, as once it led, To the Messiah's feet. O, Father! may that holy Star Grow every year more bright, And send its glorious beams afar To till the world with light. ONE OF THEM. HV II AIIKIET PKESCOTT SPOFI'OKIi. When Mrs. March left this earthly -ecneshespcedily underwent t hut canon ization here whieh we trust he ex perienced above. Evorv bodv reineni-! bored her loveliness and her martyr dom: nobod- but Mr. .March re membered an irritable, selfish body, little more than a babv when she mar ried, and a baby ever .-ince. Nobody, however, pretended to have met such a loss as Maria, a iprl of fifteen, who, havin...

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. — 3 September 1875

MISSOURI STATE NEWS. General IVotes. The Clerks of the various County Courts have made return to the State Superintend ent of Public Schools, of the amount collect ed from thu .'ales of the Id section jrrante d by the United States, which is $2,OT0.1.!)2: also from swamp land fund. $1.0ss.t00.0:5; also county school fund, .?l,K;!,r-lti.T0; mak ing a total of Sk:!:!;.!2!).r. This large fund is under the control and at the disposal of the respective County Courts, to be loaned out on notes and real estate securities for school purposes. A meeting of the soldiers of the Mexican "War will In' held at Fayette. Howard Coun ty, on Thursday, Sept. S-l The call is issued by Col. Lueien J. Kastin, President of the State Association of Missouri and Mexican Veteran, and says: ' It is hoped and ex pected there will be a general attendance, as business of importance will be attended to. "We want reports from all parts of the State as to the number of surviving soldiers in each county. Matters per...

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. — 3 September 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. (..'::-quet sets at Cooper & Greenlee's 'Traitor' came too late thisweek.and yas crowded out. AH kinds of School Books used in the v-cur.ty are kept liy L. G. Wilkcrson. We return thanks to Mrs. Kuv. Sam'l iiuflinan, of this city, tor a large bunch of beautiiul montlily rod roses, of sweet jicifuiue. A new lot of fancy stationery at rUltVIANCE'S. I.::. Challacombe has revised and ei J-:ui'! his card, and is prepared to at le.ul to all matters in the real estate lino, r d to negotiate money loans. KUhcr & Dailey's 1 log-Cholera Mi tuu. lor sale by L. G. Wilkcrson. Fall Styles of Millinery Goods just re ft : ed at Miss Thompsons call and e.-uT-ur-o them. no-Wti' Ellen Morris, ol tliia city, daugh ter oi our fellow-townsman, M. 8. Mor ris, returned to Kewanee, Illinois, on yesterday, where she is engaged as. a Teacher in the Public School. - -- For pure Drugs, Chemicals, and School Books, go to L. G. Wilkerson, f-uccessor to Sargent & Wilkcrson. A pair of e...

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. — 10 September 1875

c 0 XJN T mi c art . SAVAAII, MO., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1875. Vor" 1Y. Editor r,nl Pnbltskor. S fmmM ii6 pu Diican. AJLULA U ff SAYAireAH DIRECTORY. AtSrft-tixf.iif fx column, ffty cm! per line Jir i . rni. tru'i'iiiig the ticral IiCtul. TA ). ! 'i , ifrfHt, i !,$ column rrc reliable and tr'Uuiitf j, ; i.i their v -f;rr 'Hinjx. ATTORNEYS. "V" W. CALKWIM.I., iriiry-aMinv ami , Noiary rn!Ji-. Pit - -jiit-ia! attention -. ertlllg. ooncv':llieili, all-l iuvcsligalhijr i, -. ' -2i g 1 I . X, :HImi :il law. will iirnttiee J", in al! lh- r.i.rs of Xovthwe-1 Mi-sonri. IH-c "1 MlCIllJDM piVt'H lO 1111-1111" 11 UlC COUIliy I i'i'.)'.i:;:c cotirls. vM'.lee over runners' i: nk "Trl S. (.RKKVf.KK, .TT!:X!:Y AM) "t V i.(!i!scMnr at lav. Pttriii-ular attention i .i -.i'!.. f.,11. oftiee :i the south side ot :. sijnaiv, in new Iank UniMiujr. T'iHv ti. MAJdi:. aOoriiey-n'.-Iior. WiM e ' .ift nil Im-itif-- cMni.-led to him .( i ami vivfnily. ("an lie linnd at hi i, u -fnirs, t wo l"jnVM:ii ol ilif P...

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. — 10 September 1875

t (31 W?4l.4t4. tVHAlJ-L f)UUlU'U- UUUUlpU0CUiiianu.d.7uhn Emmett XatV, of Leaven- worth, Kansas, south 'of Tale(iuah, on J the Illinois I liver, for the purpose of SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. vmmm? OTTT1"f?X'rr TOTIC1- Thk public debt statement for An- gust shows a reduction of debt during the month of SI ,rs;,01) : coin in Trea.s- ury, ?71 ,117,-JTl' : currency, Sl,ti(2. ().: spceial deposits for redemption of certificates of deposit. ( 1 ,7.so,(MJU : coin certiticates, 'l 7 - (1 1 .S , oUl ' ; legal tenders, 8:571. 70S. The total debt, less cash in Treasirry . is Si, lJo,yos,- 780. Lons IIkum, teller of the Planter-;' National liank of Louisville, Ky., on the night of the 1st robbed the bank afe of its entire contents, about 1 10.000. 11c look the money ami buried it in the rear f hi-; house, and then proceeded to the police station, where he told a cock-and-bull story about being forced out of his bed by two masked men, who compelled him at the mouth of a pistol lojr..!,,, jIa.in Scvele...

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