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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 24 September 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. such things rn. 1 was busy and didn't tend uj vi ry well, J s'pose she got j tired waiting for nic or something I and the fellow married her, but I've) never blamed her. She's boon sorry! enough. 1 guess.' ' Pciif.nck's I'CMIONIC Sti-cp, for the Kkkosknk Fi.amks are readily extin guished by throwing a cloth over thein, thus stilling them. Hut cloth is not al ways in the kitchen, where kerosene ac cidents are mot likely to occur. Flour is recommended as a substitute. Thrown noon tin. ii-nm ; ,,ni.L-U- -i5. ! .. , i ...i... -i-,... I "' ii .jit.v-iw, , iiu- i i 4ii;i;uii: tim. i u;;ii'. nun I will"", i in; sorbs the lluid and de::dens the llaine. j great v irtue. .f tiii-niediciiie i-. that it n-u-n v v I I matter mi'l thruvvs ii nut of ihe system. jur.au . the Moixl. :mti thus etl'eets a euro. tOf DAY. roU'Tn MIKE IT. S,m,Uhini S J r SE II'. CO;, l uSo i: t Co.. .St. Louis. Mo '. HIIUCS. WOOI,, O A Rf2 Ami till other TKOVISIONS. 8 vfl c,intry Pr.i.liicc vwmtiil. OiK...

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. — 24 September 1875

JZtulmv o. cgnblivnn. LOCAL BREVITIES. !ew Hats at Mrs. Buskirks.. -. a- Rev. Z. S. Wcller left for Quincy, Illinois, on Tuesday last, on a visit to his two sons engaged in business there. He will be absent about two weeks. All kinds of .School Books used in the county are kept by L. G. Wilkerson. Misses llattie Hardin and Mollie Boycr, two of Savannah's fair daughters are in the city the guests of Mrs. John Eiv. Graham Spy, 17th. Kail Styles of Millinery Goods just re- j eeived at Miss Thompson's call and ex- ' amine them. uoll'tf At Purviance's Book Store and News Depot, every week, Harper's Bazar, Weekly and Monthly ;N. Y. Ledger ;N. Y. Weekly; "Waverly Magazine; Sat- unlay Night; Chimney Corner; Frank i Leslie; Gleason's Monthly ; Ballou's; j Dcmorest ; &c. Ordering of papers and j periodicals, made a specialty. Papers j J,"' mailed to any part of the U. S. Rev. W. G. Keady, of Jetl'erson City, will preach at the Presbyterian Church, at 10A o'clock a. m., and at llaekberry C...

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. — 1 October 1875

0 0 TIN T j- Til A 11U Andrew Republican. M. TAYLOR, ? Editor and Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1875. y'- jy. N. 50. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. jitJerris.-mcnfs in A is column, fifty cents per lint for o.ic ijcai , including the genera head. Ihosr who advertise in thi? column are reliable and straiahtforward in their respective callings. ATTOKXEVS. w W. CAMUVKM,, attornev-at-law and v- . . .i.i. . . .. o collecting, conveyanein; -ui:u v j iiiiuc. i inn sjiicuiui awcniion ami investigating UK'S. (1 T. BUY AX, attorney :it law, will practice T in all the courts of Northwest Missouri. Special attention jriven to business in the county and probate courts. Ollice over Fanners"' Bank. i7 S. (RKKXLKK, ATTOUXKY AX1 counsellor at law. J'aiticular attention given to collections. Ollice on the south side of the square, in new Bank Building. Joiin it. majors, attorney-at-huv. win transact all business entrusted to him iromitiv and carefully. Can bp found at his nce?savaS ro5f-1 - a. A...

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. — 1 October 1875

gUdvcw Couutu ttcimbtiam SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. CUPtHEXT TOPICS. More reliable information regarding the disastrous etl'ects of tho recent equi noctial storm in the Gulf shows that the whole Texas eoast, from Sahitie 1'ass to Corpus Christi, was devastated by the ! overllowing waters. The town of In dianola, on Matagorda Hay, was literal- ly swept out of existence, not over one-tenth of its houses remaining, and of its 2,000 inhabitants probably 200 were drowned. A citizen of the town, writ ing to a Galveston paper, says: ''We are destitute; the town is gone and one tenth of the population are lot. )ad 11" f ponied are strewn lor twenty miles along , throughout the State, and that muster the bay. Nine-tenths of the houses are I :mr ,;ni;., intiKwvii.o u-k hut cnvithxr The neighboring town of Saluria was al so swept away. At Matagorda only two houses remain; and at Lynchbu'rg, San Bernard, and Cedar hake every house was carried away and a number of lives lost. At Galveston the water was...

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. — 1 October 1875

Uutvcur;mmtj Republican SAVANNAH, 3IISS0UKI. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Kensrnl IVoten. A gang of ten convicts, employed on the extension walls of the Penitentiary, made a desperate attempt to escape at about.") o'clock p. in. on the 17th. When under the eye of but one guard they made ada-h lor and over powered him, taking his revolver. Then they hurried to the river to secure a boat. The alarm, however, was sounded, and be fore they could cllcct any thing they were surrounded, and, alter a fitsilade of rocks and a few .-hot, they Mirrendered and were marched quietly buck to their old quarters. The ring-leaders were celled to await the usual drubbing. Articles of association have been filed in the Sicrrtar"s otlice and a certiticate issued to the Mississippi River and South Mi-souri Kailway Company, having for its objeet the construction of a railway from the Mis.-issip-pi Kivcr in Stc. Genevieve County to Salem in Dent County, with a branch from its main line in St. Francois County to th...

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. — 1 October 1875

Andrew 0o. Begiiblkim. TEllMti: Si .r0 per year, in advance. twkxty cn.:r aduitiuxat. (fur pit:i.i') to .-in:fjtnu:uf uri or tiik cu:nty. Terms of Advertising. Due Dollar pi-square lor first insi'rlinii, I'if'n- iv.niv iv.r i.;wii uh-iMiUi-ni ni-;iTl:on: and Oi'n.- i:ir.', t.lv- lin."5 nonpareil type, or out' inch down ths oohimti. o Aliii!i)Kli:itii " Xniio- Final Settlement Notice " xnsv Noii.-e .t m one Dollar l.neaeh add.tiou.il annual. L..-.!l--. n .-ni per line lir-t insertion l.e .nis n r lin - for each Mtli.-eqtteiit ii.-rtion. Wii.-n a -u!).- nbfi-3 time expire-, we will 1 lace a X before his name, to notily ltim ol tlie l.lct TIl.V WOllM oblige ll, Wlllll tlK VM-ftllt' ni.uk. il'llii' would renew, or ;it once inlorin jj that thev wish the paper di-continued. J'MDAV jlOKXlNG. (T H.KR 1 , lb7.i. . rrm ' on a course ot army orgaui.auun , 1 whirl) will take fifteen years, and THE NKW CONSTITUTION-VKS. j 2,000,000 ef- Our nei-hbor, the l?c..iibliiin, op- ; .,LsUlt "u " ' , i.oo...

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. — 1 October 1875

Pidelityto Duty as Kepublicans. For a neat disposal of a subject in few -words, this from the Buffalo Express is about us good as anything that could have been said : "There is ample scope in our political life for the exercise of individual liberty and independence without making war upon the few cardinal principles that iorm the foundation of political parties, and so of the irovernment. The indi- viduality and independence that Sena- i 101- oenurz exercised too much resem bled the independence of the bush whacker who plunders with judicial im partiality the corpses of both armies. Plain, common people will regard his war upon the Republican part- as sim ply treason to it." At a recent meeting of the Social Sci ence Association, held in Detroit, Prof. Kent read a paper on political parties, their organization and management. and the costs thereof. The ProIesor re marked that political parlies are a ne cessity of the age : and are fully devel oped in free countries. Through them co...

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. — 1 October 1875

Castles in Sand. Two children were making the most of the day, In the sand their castles building. While out in the harbor the sunset gold AVas every vessel gilding. But the sea came over the castles dear, And the charm of the sunset laded; Oh ! after a labor is lost may we Go happily home as they did. For we build and build in a different way, Till our heads are wise and hoary; Hut after it all the sun goes down, And the sea 't is a common story. October Atlantic. ROYAL DRUMMOND'S CAUTION. 15V ELI..V AV HEELER " I don't like the risk,'1 soliloquized Royal Pnininiond, banker and baenelor of Laurence. " No, I don't dare to run the risk, though she is a deuced fine wo man, and quite to my taste.1' Royal Drummond was thirty-five years old, a bachelor, good-looking, and wealthy. His life had been spent in a determined eilbrt to acquire a compe tence. He had not been a miser, but he had been a close calculator, a cautious expender, and had resolutely shut away all subjects but business f...

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. — 1 October 1875

1-H.Ji u I i I I I I UJUTin DOMESTIC ECONOMY. shallow dish, :i little butter, hake till the A "NVakkaxtablb Pi-nnixo. 2 cups of Hour, 1 eup of suirar, 1 tablespoon butter, 1 ir, 1 teaspoon soda, two of cream of tartar ; steam U hours. Cur rants, raisins, or any fruit desired can be used. Do not remove the cover till done. 1'otatoks Sautkks. These are even more agreeable with meat than fried potatoes. Cold boiled potatoes are sliced up, and tossed up in u saucepan with butter, mixed with a little chopped parsley, till they are lightly browned. Pure goose or other dripping is by many cooks preferred to butter for this purpose How to Keep Hams. Take a cask or barrel and cover the bottom with wood ashes, then lay in a tier of hams: closely fill in and cover with ashes; then more hams, and so on until the barrel is full, having a deep layer of ashes on top. The ashes will wash oil' easily, and your hams will be sweet and nice. Potatoes Soitfeees. These deli cious blistered potatoes are p...

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. — 1 October 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. New Huts at Mrs. Buskirks. "V. S. Earls is having his warcroom shingled. All kinds of School Books used in the county are kept by L. G. Wilkerson. -- Benj. CliiUls, Jr., who had his arm broken not long since, is fast recover ing. Fall Styles of Millinery Goods just re ceived at Miss Thompson's call and ex amine them. noIGtf Tommy Barber, the little boy who had his leg broken some time ago, still continues to improve. II. B. Sargent is now ready for busi ness with his store full of bran new goods. o-- Beautiful Ribbons at Mrs. Buskirks. We learn that there are quite a num ber of cases of Fever and Ague in this vicinity at present. Fisher &Dailoy's I log-Cholera Mix lure, for sale by L. G. Wilkerson. Joseph Rea, son of Hon. David Rea, ivc learn, has been suffering from Fever and Ague, for the past wi-ek. --o- Fure Cider Vinegar best kind can now be had at the Savannah Meat Mar ket, South side of the Square. noil -a- A lot of old papers for sale at this of fice for...

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. — 8 October 1875

c 0 XI N T y si Hi T A ife 01311 13116 311 . P. M. TAYLOR, ) Editor SAVANXAH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1875 V"! IV. N" 51 SAVANNAH BIRECTOHY. Idi'crHscmrnti in this cchimn, fifty cents per lint for one t;i'itt, including the ijnieral head, 'itioti who a '.nrliw in thU column are reliable end stmuittfarirard in their respective calliiun. ATTORNEYS. T W. CAI.IiWKLL, attorney-at-lav ami Y t Notary 1'ublie. I'avs special attention i o rnu.'ctin, conveyancing and inveatiyaing itlt- (1 T. 1511Y N, attorney at law, will nrattire J"; hi all tlic court.- of Northwest Mi.-soun. peci.r attention :iven tol.it.-ine.s.- in tin- count v anl probate courts. Oilicc over Farmers' iltutk -JT WM v f;ilKKXr.KE, ATTOKNLV AND coun-ellor at J;sw. I'artic.ular attention iriw u 'o c tlleetioiiji. O llice on the stlth .-nle of t'!- Mjuare, in new Kaufc lmildinjr. -.J JOHN P.. MAJORS, r.ftorney-aMsrs-. Will transact all business entmte(J Jo him nroine'ly and carei'uHv. Can Fie tound at hi .illice, ii -tairs, two doo...

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. — 8 October 1875

gtndveu- Coimfif publican Tr JUL SAVANNAH, CUUPvEXT TOPICS. A telegraphic dispatch from Vien- na, via London, September 2, states , (;i..m( wonj,i provide for the Indians for I 'ut Nuw York, New .Jersey, Bennsylva that Servia is in a pitiable condition. , v m.(.,.,.,rn r .r,i leritions. An In- ! lu;i Hclaware, Illinois, Indiana, Michi- t ne semi-annual taxes are to ne collect- cd a mouth earlier than usual because .. . ... ... the Mate coders are empty, i .real un- easiness prevails among the militia be- cause they are nreventctt two days evented two dav: weekly from tilling fields. Epidemics prevail both in the gent camps. Turkish and insur- A dkstim'Cti vk Hood occurred Septem ber 27 during a gal in the valley of the lliverJ.ee, Ireland. The river rose sev eral feet and inundated a portion of the city of Cork and the county for miles about, occasioning immense damage to property. Similar accounts have been received from other parts of Ireland and from Scotland. Tin-: Secretary of ...

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. — 8 October 1875

4i .i - . aUUUlt UUiUlj 2UJuUUHl ; j 5AVAXXAII, MISSOURI i Song. Over the ivory keys, T ami fro lier white lianil. go, An over bloom laden trees The waiKl'riiig touch of the breeze Wakes smis-ic soft ami low. Flash! radiant fingers of light; Silver the gloom of the.-hadowed room; Sweep with your gleaming tips Over the. white hozen Hps, Till they peak from tlieir tomb. .Smite I smite the white lipri of song, Hunk on tlie key.- like Ktormy seas; He the fl-!-hin:r .'pray note? Hung Kike cries from the anguiMi wrung A ugui.-li that knows no peace. O soul of grief ! fold hands and cease; .o stormy song can drown thv wrong, No murm'ring mn-ir whpers peace; oikf suehas tiiinennt lind relwise tn silence, not in song. J. lp piu cot I 'xfo r October. I j How Master Bilderback's School Books . Got Changed. The funr.y man of the liurliiigtoii Haickcm tells this: It appears that dur ing vacation Ma-ter Bilderback, ha ing j A lady writer say : Comfort is an fallen behind in his studies last term,...

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. — 8 October 1875

Mndreiv (Co. ZhmihUciin. ''L " r" - TERMS: -Si 50 n' year, in advance . TWENTY UKXTS AI11T1m Vil. (for postage) To .LT.-i,ninri: orr ok t:ii: o-h-nty. Tei'ins of Advertising. Our Dollar p?r square lor lirst insertion, and Fifty (.'-i; - !'-r each .-ulwijuent insertion: One square, twcUe hn- iiuuparcil type, or one inch ilnwn tin- column. AImiiii-.tr.iior's Notice S3 ''0 KiiKi! -.ttiemeiit Notice .) 0 !?tr:iy Notice : 00 out- Dollar for each additional 'animal. Luc-tl ti-ti iit. per line tir.st insert ion live twnfs per line for each subsequent insertion. Win-n a Mih-rriber-s time expires, we will iaii. rii -y would oblige v., w hen they mc the marlc. if tliev-would renew, or ai once 111101111 us that ihi-v'wish tin- paper discontinued. i1ftf i Y liit,.ri Itl tiMiiii. Tn iiiitilv liiol fit 1 1 s uv.,,.. ,o.mv. ,. ,-,. ,.V " " WHAT THE NEW CONSTITU - TION WILL SAVE THE PEOPLE. From tin- Columbia Herald The st rougest avgunient in behalf of Ihe new constitution is the money it wilUave ...

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. — 8 October 1875

3 Precedents of Repudiation. There is nothing novel, according to !ie Xew York Tribune, about inflation irnl repudiation. They are two of the unmmiest follies of history, always idOLated by short-sighted knaves when the path ot honesty is dillieult, ;md readily aeeepted by' ignorance, vhirh is usually' knavishlv ' 'inclined, fortunately they do not often have an pportunity of being put in praetiee, as -t is extremely rare that the ignorance ind the rascality neees-ary for the propagation of sueh schemes get ad mitted to the high plaees ot govcrn ment, where government is in the hands of a few, or are able to poison a majority of community in common wealths ruled by popular suffrage. !ut '.nee in a while in the course ot tges, by a tatal concurrence ol circum--lauees, the experiment has been made po ible, and the result has been al ways the same. It was tried by two -ucre-ive kings of Spain in the days when the king of Spain was the greal- -t os mortal men, and when his edicts ranked...

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. — 8 October 1875

0 What's a Bonanza? You wander through the mountains of Nevada, Forlorn, alone, ami think how very sail a Life lot is yours; then strike deep, getting mad der, "When suddenly, as 1" your heart t gladden, a Jig golden nugget pops into your nan, Sir That's a bonanza. You purchase, maybe, on an empty pocket, With fear and trembling, worthless shares of stock; it tJocs Ptraislil ahead, like honest Davy Crockett, And soon gets higher than a lirat-class rocket; Then men bmv down and call you a great man, Sir That's a bonanza. You meditate, ierhaps, a shrewd invention, And give it all your labor and attention, With pain and toil you wouldn't want to mention; Atlasta happy thought Slip in without attention, And makes perfection of your plan. Sir That's a bonanza. You go into the market matrimonial, Your ways are peace; your paths arc bright and r-unny all; You meet with beauty, sweetness, love, and money, all; The kindly fairies stand ready to pony all Their irood gifts up, anil place them ...

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. — 8 October 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. KKKrixr; Atplks. Apples keep well in good, clean Hour barrels, headed up and placed in a cool, dry cellar, or, bet ter still, in sonic upper room if not al lowed to freeze. Uarrel as above, and lay down in an out-house or shed about T iin-hes apart, on sawdint some :) or -t inches thick, and then cover, barrels and all, with sawdust deep enough to prevent freezing, being careful not to put on or between the barrels enough to heat. They can easily be taken out :i wanted, a barrel at a time, and even fall apples keep crisp and nice till March or Anvil. IIoxky Cakks. Mix a quart of strain ed honey with A pound of powdered white sugar, A pound of fresh butter and the juice of 2 oranges or lemons. Warm the ingredients slightly, just enough to ?often the butter, and then stir the mix ture very hard, adding a grated nut meg. Mix in gradually 2 pounds or less of lifted Hour, make it into a dough just still" enough to roll it out easily, and heat it well all over with a rol...

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. — 8 October 1875

Jglndrejv HjO. jQeyiiblicjin. Prices of W Mil at St, Joseph, Quotations from the Mammoth Estab lishment of A, E. McKINNEY, 411 and 413 Felix Street. W--! quote below only a very fcio of the many bargains to be found in each department of this extensive house, and emr readers may rely upon finding ovcry 1'iing just as represented : 500 pieces figured prints, (standard cloths) at oA cents per yard. oOO pieces standard prints, at 7 cents. 10 bales heavy standard sheeting, S rents per yard, usual price, V2-h. 5 bales bleached cotton, (better than Lonsdale) at 10 cents. 5 bales bleached cotton, equal to Fruit of the Loom, at 11 cents. 100 pieces of canton llannel, at SA cts. worth 14 cents. 500 shawls in splendid patterns.at 81. 300 while wool blankets, at $:1.50. 250 grey wool blankets, at $'2,m2i. oO pieces of Kentucky jeans, at 20 cts. worth 15 cents. 40 pieces ofKy. jeans, at 2o cents, worth 50 cents. :55 pieces wool cassimere, lor men s wear, at 1, v.-orth 81,50. 350 pieces of red 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. — 15 October 1875

SS&5mK.3SLt9u 3 WJllT - jT i ;srrC.-3 0 U" N T v -A ' fl A 5.110 1B W 1 M. TAYLOR, ami Pablif Iicr. s S AVA IS NAM, MO., "FMDAY, OCTOBER 5 "t? tar TTDl IV. IT"' 52 - 9 V Vf Sri '' L' A 1 V:MT J ft ik ii 1 1 1 f LI U II UCMI 1 i 'C'.tii' f thr 4i ,. .' '';? " ,. ; ; 'rf f i A. r-i.fi ' re trt...' -(::.! a'-ilt;-:i r sml i !.-.-. il u,:' -j: ! ! ':.-v. wil! i :-:n tire !."!; m mi : . !'! Tile C-(t!..:v .- Knrw-r.' . .". . :. and tl th" Miu;ii :v :;::! :. - 1 r :.. .iw tl lt . ill : -w 1. .'iA.JJ:-. u ', .-l.- it! ,J ,..;..... , t;-tii.-t'l T' :ift I f!'i';i;y. It- t..H.ii i' !tir .l"-, - . i .ti. .r M-i tin- !"-; U ,:'ll, Mn. -'1 ' I t'lT K i-.5I. ast'iiiy :it i n :ii:! '.i t luim Az-iit. s-vainah. '. s! ii !I .i ;! Tiuiit ".r fur lai' l irk iV ai'il !'.!. niliv.' ;oii - .", nil jri-iifnit "Mf'J ioitr- a'"-:ili-t inl ir"Jiii;n-.- Al-i. t'i-r- ! . ihI trjvnt IWriht- At'-Jti-oii. k.t !J.ii':-.5l ittt)i.niy . Alt im. '..":"" -'.'."r'l !! wiii tlckft ;i;r.i ;i:ili ' .-.II u lii:i. Ul ...

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. — 15 October 1875

iBwiiiwircOTBeawainfiiiac Uulmr omrtu 5etmbtican SAVANNAH, MiJfcjQIJIir. CLTKUEXT TOPICS. 'I'm-: history of tin' past two ears of the life of poor Karou Hoilenu, who married the daughter f Thomas I'.eu ton, is tragi e hi the extreme. He was found guilty lv a Paris trilumal of eoni plieity witJi his hrofher-in-law, Ceneral Fremont, in the Memphis & HI I'aso Knilroad swindle, lie was sentenced to prison and surrendered his wife's dow ry, 61-KUHM), to his creditors. This un happy wife died while he was in prison, lie was lately pardoned as being inno cent of fraudulent intent. Since his re lease he has fouirht two duels with his calumniators, wounding one of his ad versaries, and he has been received back into the best society. Tiik roll-call of the Forty-fourth Con gress shows a greater number of names duplicated than that of any preceding one. There are seven by the name of "Williams, three Harrises, two Jlagleys, and the .-aine number of the name of I5aker, J5rown, lJurehard, Ca...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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