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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 29 October 1875

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Molasses Cake 2 eggs, butler the size of iin egg, A cup of water, ii cup of sugar, 1 cup of molasses, d teaspoonful of soda, cups of Hour: bake in tins. Steamed Indian IIuead. .'5 cups of buttermilk, 2 cups of sweet milk, cups of meal, 2 cups of Hour, 1 teas poonful of salt, 2 teaspooniuls of soda; put in a greased pan and steam three hours. QrEKXOr Puddings. 1 pint of bread crumbs, 1 quart of milk, 1 eggs, leav ing out the whites of two, 1 cup of su gar, butter the size of an egg; bake, and thun on the top put 1 cup of jelly and the. two whites; eat cold. Tkansi'Akent JYddin'g. Beat (o a cream pound of butter and A pound of sugar, stir in eggs well beaten, a grated nutmeg; llavor with lemon; bake in a buttered dish one-half hour, and serve cold. Cottage I'cddino. 1 cup sugar, 1 cup Hour, 3 eggs, 4 tablespoonfuls milk, .'5 teaspoonfuls baking powder ; bake in one loaf. Cream for the Puddiiuj. 1 egg, 1 cup of sugar, h cup of Hour. 1 pint of milk; boil until thick; l...

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. — 29 October 1875

7ll. 50 Cents on the Dollar! An Immense Quantity of Woolen Goods Iloceiyed Last Evening- From Un derwriter's Sale. Although Slightly Soiled by Water They are as Good as New And Can be Had at About Half' .-:imxt' very long, have gained the con-Vi7ni- of i I'denco ' die people as superior actors. A. E. McKinney, 411 and 413 Felix Street, St. Joseph,Mo., Consisting of 350 Pairs White Wool blankets, full Size, ;0 Pairs White Wool Blankets, For j Single Beds, 750 Yards Plain White Flannel, 1,225 Yards Plain Red Flannel, 1,000 Yards Twilled Red Flannel, 500 Yards Twilled White Flannel, 1,600 Yards Plain Grey Flannel,675 j priees of hi mammoth stock of Cloth Yards Twilled Grey Flannel, j ig to suit this state of allairs. Call The above specified goods s, besides a! tHs in di4- it Under- lttheiractu- large quantity of Plaid Flannels ferent colors, were bought writers' Sale at less than half al values, on account of being slight lv damaged by water, although not enough to unlit them for use....

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. — 5 November 1875

C 0 XT N T mi ican. S. iB JL II F M. TAYLOR, t Editor and Publishor. t SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1875. yoc. y N TO. A 9. i-s. JBi. X SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Advertisement in this column, fifty cent per line (or o yeut, iticlutHni the general haul- 1 Hose who :t" tizr in thix column are rch-ililc ant! rtrtiiQhlftirvartl in their respective callings. ATTORNEYS. WW. CALI'VVKLl., :illivivY)-at-kiV and . Xotarv PitlMV. I:vys utttnti.n r, rolleeiin--, Vuiufv.iii(-i!Kf :md iiiveajfgntmp: itles. r1 T. lilt VAX, attorney at law, will prac tire TT in ail !h- it- of Xnvthwet Mis.-oiui. Six ci.il attention iri t-ii toliiistr.e3.- in tin- county j H!il proKm- fflirrs. Oflict o7er Farmers' t fUnk. -"' j w si urkknl :.. attorney and coun-.-ffor at law. Particular attcn.ion ii MC'.Uviin9v Oinre on me smiui s nie if tin' -ipiare, in new Hank lhiildinir. i;t JOHN 15. MAJORS, attorney -at-law. Will ansae! all liu-ines eiitnir-ted to Iztto pmmprly ami carefully, ("an lie lonnd at his olU'- , ujt r...

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. — 5 November 1875

i Uuttw m Republican SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. H rTT ElT7'!7r?T nlTf U I lJ tXv-IN JL iUl JLb- - .vi;in uosirucuve lire occuiieu a. Virginia Citv, Nevada, on the I'Hth. It broke out about dav light, in a houe. in ' produce in Spain. The ultimate is-ue the southeastern part of the cifv, ami ,jf '- il r,lb:l , . . , ,. ,. ,," ... . ' hnwevcrthat i ue mavheprodm-ed: whi-th-:pread rapidly in ail directions, the I-ne (.s. hy o nriiuti.a-MU :ls uu. lv!dt Department being apparently unable to check its progress in the least, trom want of water. All the citv north ( c..,:.i. cf,... .1.. i ...;...;,.,; OtlUl t Hill HUUHHU. mill lUOl ::..! i....: T 51.15.. .J !!.?. . . - ,, . , . , extetisivo works ot the Upinr, v onsoli- .' . dated Virginia and California .hninir C Companies were all burned. It is esti- mated that nearly ten thousand noonle have been rendered homeless and desti - tute. Relief was at once sent from San show that the wheat crop of the present ear is a short one, and there is : marke...

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. — 5 November 1875

MISSOURI sSAVAXXAH, HERE AND THERE .1o.noci: am w.-ikt-helts are the 'latest igonv amun-r the would-be conspicuous girls of the period. ... . . r Ox one point public opinion seem to . . - i..i,ii be unanimous. Knoek-kneed girls should -corn the present fashions. "What does ' Good Friday1 mean?" . asked one schoolboy of another. "You 1 1LI It'll , read your had better go home and ' Robinson Crusoe." '' was the withering reply. . V . Ti i . lowed to travel in the interior of China, what a splendid new field is thus unex- peetedly opened for the lite insurance, f.,.., , . ,- lightning-rod and sewing-machine men r. 7 " it America, Dk. Makv Wai.kkr expresses the pinion that if women were to suddenly :ake to wearing short, jaeketsand sailor - Xnw tllll tdl'l'liriuiiv !iro 'IT !KI M - via trousers, in tnree nionins ineir new i ... .. , ... ' jrarb would excite no special attention n the street. I .kahax, Sgcd j child-wonder.-i Mastku I f aii ut Shan. -ix, is a Washington " lie is able to r...

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. — 5 November 1875

TERMS: Si hi) per year., in advance. TWENTY CKXTS ADDITIONAL (for postage) TO -iTr.ciuiiKR. out of the county. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per square for first insertion, antl Fifty Onto for each subsequent insertion: One squarv. twel.ve lines nonpareil type, or one inch lvn the column. Administrator's Notice $:? 00 Fin:il Settlement Notice ."5 ) Stray Notice 3 () one Dollar for each additional animal. Locals ten cent pet line !tr.t nwrtion five cent per line lor each .-uiUsequent insertion. When a .iihscrii?ers time expires, we will place a X het'iiv his name, to notily him of the fact. They wv.ili oblige us, when they see the mark, if tllcy would renew, or at onee inform tiiat they "wish the paper discontinued. .Fill DAY MOKNING, DVEMltlilt fi, lr75. ,NEW CONSTITUTION ELEC TION. Tho "Nominee" Elected. The Xew Constitution election passed ofl' quietly in this county ou Sat unlay last, there being but little interest manifested in the result. The same feelinr prevailed in many ...

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. — 5 November 1875

A Xetter From Oregon. Portland, Oregon, October 15th, 1875. Ei. Republican: In our last let ter we loft our readers at Salem, the capital of misty land of Webfoot. After spending a few pleasant days with new formed acquaintances, we are once more aboard the steamer en route for Portland, the metropolis of i he! St ate. "What all we saw we can not hern enumerate, but for the most part we saw dense forests of fir, balm and cotton wood: the dark labyrinth of the moss covered trunks j V( the journey was made more forming seclusions into which man ! 0:lsjv thaw they expected. They ex doos not often wish to penetrate to , prt.ss thomolves vei-y well satisfied break the silence that reigns amid those venerable monarchs of the for- ed. For sonic time we saw beauti ful farms, but they were soon left bo ld u 1 and little else but forests could "be seen. It is near noon when we notice the urrent suddcnlvtbecomcs swifter and we conclude that we are Hearing WILLAMETTE FALLS. Wo step ashore above...

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. — 5 November 1875

Shut the Door. The night is cold; the fierce wind" blow; Dark clouds the heavens hide; The air is white with drifting snow; The cruel Frost-King reigns outside His minions roar. Oh ! .shut the door. Within, the fire burns warm and bright, And light dispels all thought.- of gloom; The lowered curtains hide the night; Luxurious comfort tills the room, And ease llat o'er. Oh! shut the door. "Within, the social harp, sweet-toned, No di.-eord yields, no players fail; There beauty reign--, and wit is crowned. And Virtue's pure, un-potted veil Is each thrown o'er. Then .-hut the door. For, ju.it without, they .-hivering .stand, The wretched freezing, .steeped in .-in, T'.egging for warmth, .-nine kindly hand To ope the door and let them in. lint no: still more "We'll shut the door. The lieree wind mu-t not enter here. And Virtue must not meet with Sin; Tlic-e tender frames no cold could bear. And white robes black when Sin come-in. Forever more. Then .shut the door. Yes, shut the door the ...

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. — 5 November 1875

9 A Famous sfedleal Institution. FroI! the t'bic to Times. "The nanu of Dr. 11. V. Vierrc, of Ri;ir.:.o, IS. Y., lia- Ikcouit- as familiar t the people iil over t-i" country a.- ' hoti.-elioki wortl-.' HU v.-t'i rful r.'ini i'i , hi- iainhl ts books mil his I.tre in dical experience have lu-ouht l.im into pr iniiicnci and ijhcn him a !-olid reputation. Tin T!iiir, in tin: juv-tv.it ii?.-iu:, presents a v.iiole-paire cum i.u.nicutio:. from Dr. l'wriv, and our rc.nti i--n:::v ;..m from it -oinc id a of tlie va-t pro portion of. Lio hu-iae.-s and tin uieril- of Jii.- medicine-, lie has at l.itllalo a in:.ni Jn dli t'-taMi-hnient, appropriately" natmd 'Tin; World's Dihpi-n.-ary.' where p.;li lit uvc tre:itl and tit. rcineoie- coinpiunulii1. ilrrc m arly a hundred per-on- areein;loy d ':: 1 in- ' '. rul ilrp.it! mint- and a eo'p-of .'Ic and kil!ed pit; .-Man- i-t.it.'I ri-.;!y to alleviate tin sulfi riii f iniinttinty 1 the mo-i approve! method-. Tin phv-ici.in in fr-qti!il con-n'.tatioi...

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. — 5 November 1875

50 Cents on the Dollar! An Immense Quantity of "Woolen Goods Beceiyed Last Evening From Un derwriter's Sale. Although Slightly Soiled by Water They are as Good as New And Can be Had at About Half Value, of A. E. McKinney, 411 and 413 Felix Street, St. Joseph,Mo., Consisting of 350 Pairs White Wool Blankfits, full Size, 50 Pairs White Wool Blankets, For Single Beds, 750 Yards Plain White Flannel, 1,225 Yards Plain Red Flannel, 1,000 Yards Twilled Red Flannel, 500 Yards Twilled White Flannel, 1,600 Yards Plain G-rey Flannel,675 Yards Twilled Grey Flannel. The above specified goods, besides a large quantity of Plaid Flannels in dif ferent colors, wore bought at Under writers' Sale at less than half their actu al values, on account ot being slightly damaged by water, although not enough to unfit them for use. This is one of the grandest opportuni ties to obtain seasonable goods at 50c on the dollar, and everybody in need ot woolen-Blankets or Flannels of any kind should not fail to avai...

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. — 12 November 1875

Republican w '-cs. A T. M. TAYLOR, ( F.diior and Publisher. S "SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1875. ,i-J rtsi-M.ni'.n:h:tiolumi, .fifty stmts per liui f t o.- .:, l.,i ii:iU-.-! the te':ra head, i hole '.To 1"o.fif '!? c furtn rc!iitfe and ATTOILXEVS. V -vr 'V. i;AL!)V.'K!.i. :uiMiM.y-:t-la'.v am! i : ... . i .. .. v .Tar" I''U-.. ':' s"Ci:u .inemiwi "...t. ".jorAeyancii ? ' ami iaveatigatin? f-i T. I.H't'AX, att-.rriiy ;il law, practice ,T. . - tlit r.mrts . !' Nortlrv --t Mi.-ouri. i --i . t! 'nli'jii .river, to !.'.-.:ne. in th" county i i :.i,.:;o . art.-.. 0."Jc uver Farmers"' "tV-1 . i.reenlee, attorney and VV c .ju cl!nr :ir law. Particular attention v a r .- liU'ctioiis. (J:!ice on boulh etu ' ' in r.ew Rank RuiMii'ir. 2.1 -J , .;. MAJ;ii, :iJtoriey-a:-iav. Will ;.. : n!'. 1'iHii-e.-- entrusted to him f- w, " ami cmialty. Can lie annul at his ; i !.tir-, yo doors easi otthe l'Oit Ot t mnah, Mo. -4 jf W;l I I'TALKR, attorney at law ami KJ ' ' :' "1 !-ia:ir. Awnt, Savanna...

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. — 12 November 1875

! the practice f imposing on the poor J In New York City, on the 21, two immigrants may be broken np. Polish Jews, named .lo-cnh !oldin:ui and 1 .Mi-e Pi-Lit;, partners in tin jewelry Im-I- , fonnlita duel w it h ni-tols in a nih.ito (ioldtnan was .-hot ever the riirlit SAVAXXAII, MISSOURI. Tun steamship Pacific, Captain .J. 1. ' ; Howell, of the l'acilie Mail Steamship l T-u 'Vr!, f i i cheek and ii-t:iiitlv killed. J't-katt was snot : Company's line, from ictorin. b. (. ., oV(r t,l(i rMit iiV(-.m(, lnol.tav wolIIllU.,,. The Modern Husband. A Duke's Eccentricities. CUTCKENT TOPICS.' He is not unsympathetic and hard. His business tends to make him some what harsh and rough. Contact with the world rubs the poetic bloom from to San Francisco, foundered whenabout -rj10 jA)m,m posi ()f j,e "d s:lvs the 1 niinl, and dries his sentiments, and The Duke of Portland is the most ec centric, as well as one of the wealthiest peers now living. He owns immensely valuable property in London, and h...

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. — 12 November 1875

i i. uumu (lomrttj iicputmcan SAVANNAH, aiissouki. A Remarkable Blind Woman. nihil people can be taught to perform -"Hit' kind- of work :is well even Iet ''l I ban lho-e who have their sight. Tin probable reason of their excelling a things which they are able to do is hccau-e they have so few things to do. md so, of course, can spend more time on them. Bui there arc blind people who c:::i do so main things that it is hard to think what kind of work they can't do. During the past week it was the fortune of the reporter to come into t he sphere of one. -uch person a woman, whose accomplishments practical ac-ompli-hments are almost inconceiva ble, and certainly very creditable. To ward the upper end of Fourth Avenue, ! with an acquaintance of the woman in question, the reporter hied, determined to see for himself what had been told oncernicg her. .She keeps a store at l'.T) Fourth Avenue. The store-room is not of a very commanding appearance, 1 nit it is the very essence of neatness. I...

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. — 12 November 1875

Andrew (o. jeyiibliciin. TEUMS: SL 50 per year, in advance. nv.-.XTY CEKTS ADDITIONAL $OT postage) TO ocn-ciur.Kits out or the county. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per square for lir?t insertion, Fiitv Cunt for v:ic.i subseuiient insertion: and Oiie square, twelve lines nonpareil type, or one inch down the column. Administrator's Notice $3 00 Final Settlement Notice 3 00 Strav Notice 3 00 one Dollar for each additional animal. Locals ten cents per line lir.-t insertion Ave cent.-, per line for each subsequent insertion. When a subscribers time expires, we will place a X before his name, to notify him of tliu tact. Thev would oblige ns, when they see tbie mark, if tliev would renew, or at once inform u- that they wish the paper discontinued. FICIDAY MOUSING, NOVEM15E11 12, lt7.. Tub ground was covered with uoav at Maryville on thcSOth ult. John "Watson, of llok. sold sixty hogs last week,averaging 300 pounds, at G cents. Mns. E. C. Stanton, one of the niol popular female Lecturer...

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. — 12 November 1875

GRAND REPUBLICAN JUBILEE AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. President Grant Makes a Speech In Response to a Serenade- Washington, Nov. (. A hundred i;iins were fired this evening by the lie publicans in honor of the political victo ries of Tuesday last. A procession was :ormed and marched to the Executive Mansion, where the people serenaded the President, who acknowledged the compliment as follows : Gentlemen I am very gJad to meet you on this occasion and to congratulate you on .so good a cause for rejoicing, to the entire country, over the elections of last Tuesday. While the Republican majorities were not great, they were -ufiieient to accomplish the purpose. The "rag baby11 ha? been entirely sup pressed and the people now know what ind ot money they are to have in the future, and I think we have au a-sur-iiioe that th Republicans will control this government for at least four years longer." Three cheers were then given lor the i'rtVuk'r.f ; three cheers for Hard J!o:i y. and three cheers ...

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. — 12 November 1875

If and But. ISY MAUY 1. BKIXK. What U I were a lady fair, landing each lay in my Mowing hair (Jems ami jewels bo rich ami rare; What if I owned my coach aim four To wait each morn at my stately door. To hear me thither and round and o'er. Ah! but I couldn't have Kohin then Kobin, poor, hut the best of men And rihcs lacking himself were vain? What if my lingers, soft ami white, Wert f..i.-hmg with diamonds' brilliant light, Dainty with gems so rare and bright. Ah! mine are brown with summer's sun, Hard with work that is never done; V.ul Kobm loves them every one. Ami if 1 wore dresses of satin sheen, Garments lit for a "dame" or queen. Why. Kohin would know me not, I ween. so, rood old Dobbin, truth to say, Must he ' 'coach anil four" on market day, To iog me over the roads away; And the only poms for my waving hair Must be the beautiful sunshine fair, Which Kohin and 1 together may share. And the love that Kohin has given me .The truest ami best that e'er could be) Is the only diamo...

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. — 12 November 1875

. Citi Pur .Not li inn tP" Addrc-s.I. KKNXKDV A CO Audits Wanted Everywhere i:u:.iiioni, Jmi. ill inos tree. J'H'JMll' A t n-i!i,.i:irli!!iii'l77l!-i'lit . P3,I J T free tt.rMin.ip. Addrc t. ' VljI I ! IIiir.st A.-Co.,13N:ssaultX. I T).iily to Aeents. R5 npiv article? anil Jtlio host i tamny I'.ipcr m Aincr'ca. with two.rM euro- i c. A.M. ACE'G CO., MOO Droadway, X. V. I Symptom or Catarrh. 1 ! Dull, heavy headache, obstruction of the i nasal passages (H-cIiarfs fallinir fnun the head into tin- throat, sotin titin- prufti-c, watery and acrid, at other- tliitk, Idi.i cious, iiiiieoiK. purulent, ldoodvand putrid; tlie eyes are w.ik, watery and intlaiued; there is. rinixMi"; in the ears dcafm-, liack inir or coui;hin;.to clear the throat, epeeto ratjnn of oil'iii-ive matter, t( tlu r with pcahs from ulcer: the voice i- ehaned and has a na-al twanir, the breath i.- -H' n-i e, Miull and ta-tc are impaired; tlieie i- a -cii-ation of dizzine.-s, mental ilcprer im.. li.n k iur eourh and em-...

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. — 12 November 1875

A House Full Grand Opening of Ladies, Misses and Children's ?urs. LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S FUli CAPS, CHILDREN'S TUR SACUUES, ETC.. ETC. mmenso Piircliaso for Cash. Direct From Manufacturers. The Largest Variety of Furs Ever on Sale in the West will be Offered to the Trade at 50 to 60 cts on the Dollar of Present Market Vaiue, Bargains in Black Silks, Silk Pop lins, Merinos, Enapresa Giotli, Ponge Silks, Alpacas, Etc. A. E McS:inney,411 and 413 Felix Street, St. Joseph, Mo., Has a grand opening this week at his mammoth Dry Goods Establishment of l-uiies', Children's and Misses' Furs, onsisting ot Mull's and Boas, Hats, Cap-; .va Saeques. and as every dollars worth is new. and having been bought A manufacturers direct, at a time when i he market was very much depressed j nd dealers dreadful anxious to realize -:: stcck for cash, large- lot ot the rieh-v-'t and most desirable n:ai;es of jreods have been bought to close at an im- :;.ense sacrifice to the manufacturer .'.nee McKiu...

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. — 19 November 1875

c 0 U N T y Andrew ican. F. M. TAYLOR, Editor and Publisher. S SAY ANN AH, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1875. y.L. y j-ro. 5. 11D BAVA27NAH DIRECTORY. Advertisements in this column, fifty cents per line for one ijeiir. including the general head. 7 hose mho advertise in this column are reliable end straightforward in tkeir respective callings. ATTORNEYS. W. CALDWELL, attorney-at-Iar and V e Notary "'uldie. Pay special attcntir-.n o collectinir, convej-aneing ana invvstigating itles. 24 (f T. HIl VAN", attorney at law, will rir tict VX in ail tin- court of Northwest MisKomi. Special attontitui given to business is. the county aini probate court.-?. Oflice over Farmers"' Dunk. 27 WM. P. GRKEXLEE, ATTORNEY AND counsellor at law. Particular atti-c&on jrlvt-n to collections, oflice ou the south ttdo of the square, in new Bank RuiHing. 23 yOIIN R. MAJOlS, nttorney-at-law. Will transact all business entrusted to him promptly rend carefully. Can be found at hib oniae, up srairs, two doors ...

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. — 19 November 1875

m1vm tf 2d AMU: CUU'VLVMUU1UUUUHUIM SAVANNA I T, MISSOUIII. CUKHENT TOPICS, One of the survivors of the crew of the lost steamslni) l'aci he was nicked ,v,. . , up oy tne revenue steamer unvcr w u vessel under full sail. Several dead lll.'lll eoU on the morning of the Sth nois, '!: -Maine, ."510; Alarylamt, s) ; .,.,., . - v1 -, , i tu.i, imiuLii!iiniinrm im. an. m. j i , ' i Arkansas : 1.) per cent . m 1 londa : and was found floating on a raft, and , lnnncs.da, si.,: Iiissippi ! ; Jen- 1s r cent, in West Tennessee. The said that Captain Howell had been his ! "ossey, s.; A irg.n.a vs: l-.onda, s.S; ; t; vi(.M in Ai:il):im!l 5s aboutl the companion on the raft, but had been Itnct ot 'lumb,a srfl. : : Montana, ; ;is S()Uth C:in,lina shows washed off and drowned. He states Jfl - .Colorado , Ltah,M.; ( hero- a (Uim,slslJ "of :ll)0Utj t.UIlL . that the Pacific was struck bv another ! kce Nation, s21. 1 he statistics of sev- . , J,. . bodies had been pieked up by various , wanting. ; ves...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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