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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 3 December 1875

From the New York Tribune. A Want Supplied. The American mind is active. It lias irivcn u- Looks of fiction for the .seiitiiheiit.ilist, learned hooks for the scholar and profes sional student, but ' 'jot;x for the people. A hook er the prop must relate to a sub ject of universal interest. Such a suhjeet i the physical man, and such a hook "Tim I'eoi'le's Common Sense JlEiuai. Ai v i-lm:," a copy of which has heen recently I. iid on our tahle. The hi;h professional at tainments of its author Dr. II. V. I'ierce, of liuUalo, X. V. and tlie ad untaxes derived hy him from an extensive practice would alone injure for his work a cordial recep tion. Hut these arc not the merits for which it claim- our attention. The author is a iifin of the ;."'''''. He sympathizes with them i i all "their aJliietion.-, etf'urt-. and attain ments. He perceive-; their want a knowl-r-l of 'iriiisrlir.- and. belie, in:? that all truth 'should he made as unhersal as ('oil's own sunlight, from hi- fund of h-arn...

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 December 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. Cheap Goods at Miss Thompson's. J. B. Russell sells Boots ami Shoes cheap.go ami see them ami save money. -o-- The celebrated Charter Oak Cook Stove at Danford & Chittenden's. A Gne assortment of Lamps and Chim neys, cheap, at L. G. Wilkcrson's. Fon first-class job work of all kinds call at the Kevlt.licax office. rurvianee is hi receipt of the finest as sortment ol Pipes. Cigar IIolders,Smok-in- Tobacco, and Cigars, ever ofi'eved in this market. ow Crops destroyed'. Money hard to get! and John,!. Miller has reduced the prices of his mammoth stock -of Cloth ing to suit this state of affairs. Call and be convinced. A new line of Flannels, Dress Goods, Water Proofs, at Bottom Prices, at J . B. Russell's, South Side Square. Call and see the nice assortment of Millinery Goods, at Miss Thompson's. Gilt Edged Box Paper at Purvianco's Book Store, and for sale by the sheet or box. 1 tell vou it is nice the latest. Go to Husseins for Ladies Furs and Cloaks, a new lot jus...

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 December 1875

c 0 TIN T $ 1C9I1 F. Id'. TAYIOil, f Etliiov anti Publisher. S SAVANNAH, SCO., FRIDAY", DECEMBER 10, 1875. yo... y N. Q SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. i''vriirmcnt in fhh col-'-nn, . ?'. crns ;)cr iwt -r otf i.' 'j, ihdudhi'j the iich'i'mI !i hi!. 1 tnf trhn xtr"rtitc in thix colli sit c.rf rrlin'.ilc end 'sr.'tt'j.-ard in t':fir rctiwtivf cti.'li'ttix. ATT-OKNEVS. T . W. (Ai.DWi:U , V.'tarv 1'iiMio. :it:oriiey-at-l:ivr :iml l'::vs siicchil :iil.-ntiiiii i --ill.'t injr, co:Je:incii!; nil investr-'atine; J I CI T. HItVA.N. attorney at law, will u.i:ico 7". hi all ',. courts of" Xorllnvest J!i-iiri. ei.:l al''iituM arivvii tolnsine.ss in tin- eour.ty jiroliule court.". Oltlco over 1'ai iiuis' -ITTM. S. I.RKEXLKE, ATTOUXKY AND V V counsellor at law. l'ariicni-ir attention s ;o collections. uffiiN' on the south .-cte : ti s.e.i.;re, in nr Tst:k IIiiiIliHur- rMf.V :. MAJORS, iittoraey-at-law. Will r3 tr.r :(: a'.l l:-hiv cnr.i'Mol to him ' i :i!iy :i!il carefully. Can be !tinl at his , .1-. . uj -...

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 December 1875

SAVANNAH, MiSdOURI CUllliENT TOPICS. V t IP triri nt AvniT-it "-it I ome fin ilio ooti. ft- -..v.,,,,!:,.:,. :,i n,;..irr iiiV-lll. 114 I'MllUllLlH 111 till. I! liril lling frauds, the proseeutinu: attorney introdueed a number of telegrams from Col. doyee to (!en. Iiabeoek, the Presi- dent's private secretary, asking informa tion in regard to tiie movements of revenue officers, etc., and also one from Washington to (Jeneral McDonald, sio-nod Svlnh." the ori-nnal of which was identified as beingin Babcock's - f bMiulu-rittno- Tho h.tf..r w m f.illnu- W'ashinotox. Dec. l:!, 1ST i den. .loan I t ...... . i! McDonald. i!oervior. etc.. St. T.nni.- I.llllio. I Micccedcd. Thevwill not o. I write von (Sisrncd) SYU-'ii. ' n , i. i i ,i .v.,, ( , , , oi. ..i,,,fni,; i 'n,;,. li,.,nv I as poet, and a grandM.n oi Kicii- , Thos. Hughes of Kngland, ha-been ehoM-n Gen. Labcock on the oOth telegraphed ; 21 ; balei (ot Ohio), 1. I imdballol- anl n , of Vililli!U :l, roa(ll.,. of lht. n,.vv to Distri...

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. — 10 December 1875

23F2I3tffiT JUuUm Count g Scpablican SAVANNAH", AlIS.SOUKI. illlllft I (Utl ILu.e of i:irc. ' ntatire In - e oi-tci!t i iy sevensn annual Tin --.aire to - Centemual year of our national l:ee and m l. pendent people, it ili"trlr. :t. -i.ro to recur to til"' :d uicci.i. llicel.i. nt that La j be.-i. made Horn the ttmcof the olullii m. iuTi)i:i:u m:ai:s a:o. then a people numbering only three We were million-, .nillton.-. otU?U'". ii 'W we litnniier more man lony i.an industries were coriiiaed ;i!mo.-t to the tillage of tin' Soil; now .n.inufae;.,rie- absorb much 01 the labor of the country, our liberties remain unimpaired; the bondsmen have been lreed ironi .slavery; we have bs-oine po.-so-sed of the re-peot, if not the iri-ndship, ot all civilized nation.-; our prog:.--- has been great in all the aits, m science, commerce, navigation, mining, meclianii-. l.-.w, medii'inc, etc., etc., anl in general eiuc ttion the progress is likewise encour aging. ur tnirteon c-tates have become thir...

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. — 10 December 1875

TERMS: .$1 50 jaw, in advance. Tft'KN r i ccnts .iumtio-xai. (for postage) TO .-nwttinxiss orx ok thk county. Terms of Advertising. One lll-ir per square for llr-st insertion, and .Fifty Cwtr- for each Mib-cqi;ent insertion : One . ti ire, twelve lines nonpareil ,r thirteen line liein .,'eoi.-. type, or one incli down the col umn . Administrator- Notice ft, Fin.il - ;tli-ment Notice X " SJtray Notice .' vO one Dollar for each additional animal . Ii.e iN Ten cents per line !ir.-t mscri ion live cent-- f r line for each subsequent insertion. Win n a stib-eribcrs time expires, we will V. before Ills name, to ntitity him of the l'act. Tin y wonlfl oblige tl.-, when they see the mark. iTtliey would renew, or at onee iutorm us that tliey wish the paper di-conthmed. kkidav .MoKXixu, uia i:.Mi:j;i: io, i.-::. L liie last number of the J.exinj -i on Intelligencer, forty-three sherilf's sales and six trustee's sales tire adver lised. It looks a little like selling out the Lilt ire count v. Ji...

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. — 10 December 1875

MISS MAGGIE THOMPSON,' Milliner and Dress Maker, t u!h Hide Public Siuarc,S(iV(tnnah,Mo. 1-TLL AS.SOKTMKXT OF t idi. -I ie-, Kibbons &e. , Just received, ami , : .--:de lit the t--t prices, i re.--t--, eut and made ty order in the best of 1.-. All kind- of FATT.BR Ml L.td i mill ChiMretis ( h.the- kept kr vJ.lv. ...m.i.:'.:. Mo , !-;.. '7. :m. 'Unquestionably tlio best Sustained Work oftho kind in tho World." Harper's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED. .vuTK i or Titr. The :-Ver-iiieica.-:iin eirculatinii of this excel :"iit monthly prove- ii- continued adaptation to lobular dc-trc.-- ami needs. Indeed, when we tiiftk into how many homes it penetrate.- every .i:oiith. v niu-t con-dder it a- ..neof the educa-..:- :i- W'-I! a- entertainers, of tile public mind. Hi. -ton (ilobe. The character which tin-- Maira.ine po.--es?cs variety, cntcrpri.-e, arti-tic weaith.and liter .i: v culture that ha- kept pace with, if it has nut i d the lime.-, should c uic its conductor-- to re - id it viilh ju-tl...

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. — 10 December 1875

mis nsi-:s:ii;xT'.s iii-:ssak. JVoXilMI.l IKO.tl TUMUt I'.VUK.J . A. re nctval of the appropriation for compil ing the ollieial records ot the war, etc. Tin; saw iii:-ai:imi:nt. The condition of our Navy at this time is a sub ject of tali-faction. It does not contain, it is true, any i" the powerful cruising ironclads which make fi much of the maritime strength of some oUier nations, but neither our continental situation nr our foreign policy repines that we should have largo number of si. ips of this char acter, while the situation and the uatuio of our ports continue to make those of other nations little dangerous to us. Cnderanycircumstanccs our Navy docs contain, however," a consult r.tble number of iron-dads oftlie nionitor class which, though m.t properly cruisers, are powerful and effective for harbor defense and lor operations near our own shore. ; these all the su.gle turreted one.-, fifteen in rummer, have been sub stantially rebuilt, their rotten wooden beams re placed ir...

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. — 10 December 1875

Tliroti' 2h . to tin- Uos: I'll Noiio of It." We do not in the lca-t feel like Illuming Machclh for thi- ciires-!o:i of lisru$l; in deed, vc arc rather inclined to sympathize w ith him. Kven nowaday; ni'istol' the ca i oarties. oflereil to the public arc jjrc-at, rc-;.nUic-lookii:i; pills, the very appearance .if wliit-li j.--Nii:;ieiiit to" turn one's stuin- h." Had Macbeth i ver taken Dr. rierce'o 1'ha-anL Purgative Pellet he would not !i.ie uttered those vord of contempt. It i- really encouraging, u hen one is ill, toiind that a little, Mi:ir-eoated IVlkt, no larger t!:an a rrain of imistard, will :i prniiiplly produce the desired eJfect as a .dose of great, i.:aiseatinr pill-. Thee little I'eliet-, un ! .v other cathartics, are really nature's physio. They do not deldlitate. but tone jnd invigorate the systcn. No family -lmiild be without Dr. I'i'erec's Plca-ant I'ur ativc Pellets. A!VAXTAGi: OF IIKAVV PLATES. Tiie soft bituminous coal u-eil in the Wot : .. ......t .,, .ill .-ij...

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. — 10 December 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. The celebrated Charter Oak Cook Stove at Danford & Chittenden's. A fine assortment of Lamps and Chim neys, cheap, at L. G. Wilkerson's. -o-- Fon first-class job work of all kinds Gall at the Ria'LnucAN'oihee. Remember that II. 13. Sargent has not got any of last years Holliday goods on hand. "Sti -K- T3ic liigiiest cash price paid for Hides, Tallow, and Pelts, at W. B. Howard's ilent Market. South Side Public Square. Go to L. G. Wilkeiou"s ami get some "Arnicatcd Camphor Ice and Glycer ine' for chapped hands. -o- The best display and largest assort ment of Quecnsware to be found in Sa vannah, is at Danford & Chittenden's. Go to W. S. Gilman's in Opera House Pdock, St. Joseph, Mo., for the best Pi anos and Organ-, Pi:ici:s the i.oavkst and TKKMS OF r-VYMI.MT THE K.VSIET. Call or send for circular and terms. 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 alfairs. Call and be...

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. — 17 December 1875

c 0 TTN T ;r mi 3' i .o .MXj 11 -EL. SAVANNAH. MO.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER IT. 1875. F. il. TAYLOR, Editaz mill Publisher. drew . Nn n SAVANNAH DIRECTORY- tf riixcactH ci column, .fift'i ''""t 'fr .):. ,., r . :-(. ; ftc urn '.": J i'n .do ?cr-;.N- i fii i-okuv. are reliable anil ,triw.fr.'ir,l j ii rir rriperlu nallinn ATTORNEYS. .,1f W ( AI.HWKI.1., lUomey-al-law ai.I fV V:iUrv i'ul.li.-. Ii-ri.c-fhtl ait-nlii.ii .illfNins. iiv - :iiuMiiir uii'l inveiijaiiiu -1 f T. AN. :(! ne :it law. will r:i tin- F. in nil Mn- -'irti '"" Nirth;M Mi.-.-Miii. - ,..ci 4 iilion iricr- 5 i.n-qne.-s in uv eimr.iv '' unirr - "1 I pr i; mk Vy' s,,LiV-Ek,:EEi..'?-T?.,!.x,,:m .,Am '.! ' -"-" " .- - .-.Ml r-M'.lllU'I'.illlMM. ' ill" "II 11-".' i t?i- - hm m iH-u irr.nk f.uili'inpr .onus miic J.t .,..7. ; K ' el tris.-.n-I :iP Imiiv- t-lllni i"l to .i-.im:i ti)il iiri'luliv . :, Ik- imm.l :it ftU ..';iri'. uji -'airs rwi ..7S an n. n.f i'i.ihSi. iJi. )t- i A WUtn XKKK.aitoriii'j : ami ir. VKr. r VSll ft a i n -v...

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. — 17 December 1875

Sam and Joe. i:v .-ai.i.ii: a. I5i:n h. My heart is strangely sad to-niu'ht; The past hans o'er me like a dream; Anil ;b a bark with f rt--li trimmed .-ails, jly thought. are Iitiini? down the -tream Ah, tho-e were jocund day-, my friend. The old. old days of long airo. Though sometimes shadowed bv a cloud. When you wen "tain," and I "Joe." I which had once seemed so .-weet to him ; the dream of being a husband and i father had faded until only a breath of ! the old sweetness lingered. He be- lieved that lie was destined to remain a 1 single man the rest of his lifetime. " Again, I wish Fielding. If I you success, Miss and the temptation to clasp it was too j ing. saw him working in the garden, -that is, if vou strong to be resisted. His broad nalm and noticed that he looked mile -md -is . j - " I 7 7 should ever need 1113- services, 1 shall cloed over it so strong and tender that she thought, unhappy. He glanced up be pleased to aid you." Norma had no desire to withdraw it ; ! and ...

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. — 17 December 1875

ft DOMESTIC ECONOMY. To Cook Aktichokks. ISoil in wa ter with a litlhi salt, like potatoes, until soft, ami no lonirer. I'ecl and serve in white sauce, like onions. Pokk Ci;ti.kts. Krv to a niee brown ; lieat :5 es with : teaspoonfuls of Hour, dip each slice in the batter, and fry airain, until jhe batter i cooked. This very nice. Stka.mkh AriM.KS. l'are and halve trood. our apples, remove the core-- and place them in a steamer over a kettle of boiling water; when tender, srve with .-ujpir and cream, and imagine they are peaches. To Cook Bkijts. The true way to cook a beet is to bake, not boil it. Thus treated, and .-diced either in vinegar or butter, it. L exceedingly palatable and nutritious. 15oilinj elrae the mot valuable part of the vegetable. (iooi PasTKY. To 7 tea-pnonfui.-. of tlotiraddl teaspoonful of salt. Pub flour and lard thoroughly together: add enough ice-cold water to make a thick paste; catch this lightly together with a fork: Hour 1 he pasteboard well; take enourh ...

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. — 17 December 1875

Andrew $o. jeytihlwin. TERMS: $1 oi) per year, i?2 adrancc. TWENTY- CENTS ADDITIONAL (fr poMugr) TO jCBcamui:i oi-t oktiii: county. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar pi-r ,qr:m tor firnt in-rrtjoji, nr.il rittyCvnts for t'acii Mti!.L.iUt'nt iitMTtion : Use s jmre, iftv lim-a noup-.iivii ,or tliirlf"i h-i hijur'oii type, o-r our inch 5ovii ;ln '.niiit . -Administrator's Nnici- - S3 Kinal fet Element Notice : Stray Notice -i "U one Dollar each :niliiit.iik.v.il :n:ir.:il . I.'iiM'.s Vn rents per line !kt ir.-,erlioii live cnts per Hut tor eaeli sii'.wnurut iu-ertn'i:. When a .iiih.-criljer.T tim- i-vpir.-.-. we will 'hxr.f a X In-fore h! name, to it.t ily him !' tin Met. Tiu-v Y.'Ollli Mi;re tl- when they ree the ni.uk. ii tiii-y would renew, or :t mice in form n that they wish the paper iti-continncil. FRIDAY MORN I N; lIC KM151-X" 17. l.-7.-. HON. DAVID REA ON THE SALABY GRABBERS. "We 2Xa. informed tnat (Ion. David T?ea. during the canvass for ids elec tion to Congress, was very fiev...

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. — 17 December 1875

icmraBsnsssoi w mm i mm L n li. WILKERSOK .5I7C. 'KSSOli OI'' Sassent & Wilkerson Cc-jih Side Square, Savannah, Mo., DKAU'.U IN rugs, . Medicines, Pcrf umery, Motions, School- Boohs, Stationary, Pan cy Articles, 1 a ints, Oils, and J)te Staffs. PURE 1UINES and LIQ UORS, for Medicinal Purposes. Phy-wi tins' Prwriptions Carc 'illy Compounded at all hours of the lay or n'ujht by an Experienced and J'ractieal Jirvgyist. IVE ME A CALL. LIVE ill LET M 15 HY MOTTO. Savannah, An;. 20th Gm. Stray Notice. Taken up by James Meek, livinr in Kinpire Township, in Andrew Countv. Mis-ouri, on Kith day of November, A. i. 1S7"), One steer, three years old, red, with white pots, biar in the forehead, narked with slit in the rihl ear, no ther marks or brands. Appraised at 'wontv dollars, by .James Woodrum i md David lionhain. A true copy from suv Strav liook. J. V. PIERCE. J. P. For Empire Township. Deo. 1, 1S7.) nos, wi. kirnl of Agriculture and Tamer, A Weekly for the. rami. Orchard aud Home Circ...

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. — 17 December 1875

Udmr County 2lcpuhUcan SAVANNAH, CURRENT TOriCS. 'I'm-; steamer Deut.-chland. which loft 1'rcmcn for New York on Sunday morn ing, Dec. 0, on the following iiirlit j 1 la ",l-v".1l .-trucK on a sainl-DanK tti liu; .ottn .-.ea, known as Kentish Knock. Ail cH'oils to get her otV having failed, and Jhei re ne- in; indications in the morning that the .-hip was breaking up, the captain jrave an order to iret the boats ready for launchiniT. A severe snow storm was prevailing at the time, and although one or two boats were launched, the most or their occupants wen eitner itrownci or pensncu irom -; no-ure Detore reaeiun tamt. l tie si.ij) iuiet with water, and many were , drowned in the cabins, while the ve-. mainder of the pas.-engers and crew ; were compelled to take to the rirrinir ; anil other exprxed portions of the ves- i i .i i ,-i m -el. where thev remained until I ties- tlay moruinjr, when they were rescued In the tuir Liverpool and taken to Har- uich. The ship's signals of ditrcss...

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. — 17 December 1875

J&ndveir Republican SAVANNAH, DEPARTMENT REPORTS. comp.injing tin- "President.- Jles-.i-jc. The following is an abstract of the more important reports of the heads of Departinents, which accompanied the message of the President, and which have not heretofore been published : i:i:poitTorini:sui:i:TAi:v)r tiii: tim-ascky. i-.,.. r.. v.. tm.w f,,ri!-i il-cal vear wtw .- (KiVi aml ti., S'7,.;..:,- i ;:-J.S4. li-avijiun .-iirniiis reveuuc, exclusive of , Ihe tiiiikijsjr fain , of . !..,... -. I lie receiptr exeecde'l ei-tiinate.s by alx'tit r ::,.)0,H)(i, and the expeiKllltires lell belou ertliiiates.Uiotlt ,M,HH. The e.timat-of revesuu for the ensiling year, ba'il on theliiiuer, ot tlie nn-i unartcr, in f j'.i, l.f.,i4-. u, aiio iii i m . i ' .", . . - i. 1 .. ... . ' Ol'w II -If -IT giving a .-iirpliisoi-.'i'.iu-.ri.:, msutiicient by . :,i5o,fKiO to jiroviile for the riukii) fund. The reduction of the public debt lias been M,;i'.l:, . I.sf, 1h.-iiis $ l,oiJ,s.K'..rs more than tlie ...

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. — 17 December 1875

Mvdmv- &o. ilcxnihlkinu C Su . L 0 CAL JJR E VI TIES. The celebrated Charter Oak Cook ; stfnvp ;f T)?mfViril Xr, Chi.londen's. t I3e sure and sec Slicdrick's TUVS be fore buving. ,-- t Wm. E. Bostwick has a public sale op his nersonal nronertv, six miles eat of Savannah, on Thursdav. December o. He contemplates remoing to Oregon. i '-- - Remember that 11. 15. Sargent has ?.ot got any of last ears Ilolliday goods ou hand. s' The highest cash price paid for Hides, Tallow, and Pelts, at W. P.. Howard's Meat Market. Smith Side Public Square, j Go to L. (J. Wilker-on's ami get some "Arnicated Canipinr lee and Ulyeer- ine"' for chatmed hands. i - i i 7. . , , . , The best display and largest assort- j 1 - . , . c luentof Queenswaretobe lound m ha- ,,.,,..!. vamiah. is at Danii.rd As Chittenden s. -o Six spools ol Solt Finished Thread at KuselTs for 2o cents, good lor Hand j a::d Machine, and other goods in pro-; portion. lloi,ti" GotoW.S. Oilman s in Opera Hou.-c I uu u 11 1 ' Biock, ...

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. — 24 December 1875

c"o"TJN TT mi Mi ublican. ill F. M. TAYLOR, E:stor and Publisher. ) SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1875. VOL- V. N- 10- tr SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. j iWrr'T,,M,.,v i".) t'ti column, .fijl'j ernts ;n r Urn W- 'i . mil: 'i t4j thr ijetiertit hcail. i nw. w-Vi i i' - -'.: i, i:i t nit' Hi:, nn ri'hahle mil! s'rii;'t ! , ' rrsjicrtirf allim;.. ATTORNEYS. W . I.IWKLL, ;ittoilii--:ti-l:iv anil Nnlnn 1'niili.-. tipt'cial iiltt-iitii.n in, ( i.i fvain-insr anil iiivciliafiiiir O I'M tl, T ! !!UV V ai:inii- at law, will nnutii-c nt 'i.i-o'. i ' 1 Nn tliwi-.-t Mi-.niiri. - ! I HI i! .Uti-uJioii trm-n i.il.UMin - in !lu- cuiiiav j .- .i:;t court--. Ullice over Kanm-iV J ill A w::, iT M :" ' I n' -: s. did;' i.kk. attoknky and .t Hw . I'arlii-ular allciiiinii nilfi-'l Mir.. Ollic.c mi tln miii!!i ,-nk- l "v JJank iluililiii:;. J(II !'.. M A-M !.-. :ilfnu-y-al-lau-. Will Ti i !-.! .ill !Ti--iniv- nilni.-teil to liim i.. . i I - tniil ir i'..!iv. Can he toiiinl at hi-' ,.1. . . !,. -f:,i -.w..i:....

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. — 24 December 1875

THE BABY'S BENEFIT NIGHT. A Christmas Story I- IN WHICH THE PKORKAMME IS AR RANGED. " if the play is for Jane Mathews's ba by, I should like to help." The voice was low and soft. The speaker, Antoinnette Thome, blushed as she advanced into the room with as sumed boldness and made her little speech. A Mlene succeeded the announce ment. Matilda Harlow stared haughti ly at the intruder over the billows of rose-colored tarlatan which surrounded her ; Alfred Blake and Nicholas Croker, pasting gilt paper on a shield, raised their heads, moved by a simultaneous impulse tf surprise. Mrs. Bogle was equal to the emergency. Indeed, Lau rclton was beginning to understand that Mix. Bogle knew what she was about very well indeed. She advanced quickly ami took the shy stranger's hand. ' To be sure. We want all the help we can get. Are you Mr. Thome's (laughter? I am glad to see you, my dear." ''You are very kind," murmured An toinette, with a grateful glance from velvet-soft black eyes. Mrs. Bogle...

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