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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 24 December 1875

The Christmas Baby. 11T WILL CAULETOX. "Th.Vrt welcome, little bonny britl, But shouldn't ha come just when tha clnl; Teimes are bad." Old English ISalUul. Hoot ! ye little rascal ! ye eoine it on me this way, Crowdin yerself amount us this Musti-rin' winter's day, Knowm' that we already have three of ye, aiT .seven, An' tryin' to make yer.-elf out a (,hritnias present o' Heaven? Ten of ye hare we now, js'r. for tlti world to abuse; An iSobbie he have'no waistcoat, and Nellie she have no .shoes. An" Sainmie he have no .shirt, sir (I tell it to his .shame). An' the one that w:i jut before ye we ain't had time to name! An" all o' the banks he .sinashin' an' on u poor, folk fall: An" boss he whittles the waes when work's to be had at all ; An' Tom he have cut his foot oil', an' lies in a woful plight, An' all of us wonders at mornin' as what we shall eat at niht. An' but for your father an' Sandy a iindin' somewhat to do. An" but for the preacher's woman, who often helps us through. An...

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. — 24 December 1875

3 Tf-JIS: $1 50 pci-year, tu adcuncc. TTViN'TY CE"T AMHTtrtNAT. (for riO-tage) TO cnf:ninr.i;s ott or Tin: count y. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per square lor first insertion, ami Fifty Onts for each Mibseqnent insertion: Oae squire, tweivc line nonnareii ,r thirteen lines ItMurgi-oin ivjiu, or our inch down tile col umn . Ai:ninirtriilor's Notice $" 00 Final .Settlement Notice " Stray Notice 00 one Dollar for each additional animal. L,ial tea cents per line tirt insertion live cents per line for each subsequent, insertion. When a subscribers time expires, we will place, a X before Ids name, to notity him of the lad. They vrouln oblige us, when they .-ee the marl;, if they would renew, or at once inform us th.it they "wish the paper discontinued. 1U1DAV MOKNINU, M-XEif 1JKK -.'t, 187.".. Ilorr market brisk in Holt county, at price? ranging from SfUO to $fi,2o. .Joyce and McDonald are in prison, but Democratic BofS Tweed is at lib erty. Why don't some of our Democratic exchanges...

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. — 24 December 1875

The Cruel Work of an Abortionist. The St. .Toe papers come to ur. with the detail-of the horrors of a death resulting from the devilish work of an abort ionit . From them we irlean the facts. It appears that a young irirl named M.-iry Donahue, "livinjr near .Crai- in Holt founty, Mo., with Iter widowed mother, and" two broth ers. I lei 1114- of industrious habits and enterpriiiijr disposition he left the homestead and proetired a situation in the Trice Hou.-e. in Oregon. Holt eounty. i lei e .-lie was noted for her fait lifulne--and industry. Xo oii(! lreamed of her error, yet in time it. wa- jiateut to the observant that the jjfhi was eiicit n(; and quickly follow ed the rumor thai her seducer was a prominent ::nd well-known citizen of Oregon or near neighborhood, who previously stood well from a moral standpoint. Hut the girl was about to become a mot her and the seducer persuaded her. in order to screen his pride and save hi- business from the effects of his fault, to submit to a...

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. — 24 December 1875

frndvcu? ounttj Republican SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. C U KHETT TOPICS. " The author of the horrible plot to blowup the steamer Mocl, by the ex- plosion of whose infernal machine on the quay at Bremerhaven 1G0 people were killed and injured, died on the. 16th A. n. , , . ... . , from the eneet of wounds indicted upon i ir - ..4 .-MiMifiu iiimaun m nil iiucnipi, m v unu.m -su., , .... V.ii1I following upon ins arrest. ii is staieu that before his death ho made a full confession, implicating other parties on this side of the Atlantic. His real name, he said, was William K. Thompson ; he was a native of Brooklyn, X. Y., and was about 'X) years of :ige. He was once captain of the vessel Old Dominion, and he changed hi name to avoid being prosecuted for running the blockade during the civil war in America. He bought the explosive material for his infernal ma flirt ITnifnil Stritos ;ind h:id it r. i .1 forwarded to him in Germany, an.l t lie clock-work attachment was manufac - hired by a mechani...

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. — 24 December 1875

lUutvcu County aScpuMiom SAVANNAH, of their feast and gave it to some poor little child, according to the words of Christ : Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my breth- MJSSOUM. ien' ye ll!lve (lone il unto me-1' Flr ict; awiniiei ill til. lenoias. 011 THE YOUNG FOLKS. The Blessed Day. nv .maj:y mates dough. What -hall lhtlo children brinir On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day? What shall little children briin,' On ClirMiaa Day in the morning:' Thi--li:ill little -hildren lrin On Chri-tmas Day. on Cliristina Day: Love and joy for Cliri-t, their kin:?, On Chil-tiuas Day in the inoniinj?! What ha!I little children sin:? On Chri-tinas Day, on Christina.- Day? What shall II tie children sin? in Cliri-tinas Day in the morniiij?? Hii- jrrand old enrol shrill they sim? On Christinas Day, on Christinas Day; With all their hearts, their ollerinj? bring On Christina- Day in the morning For Christ was born in l'ethlehein On Christmas Day, on Christinas Day: For Christ, wa...

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 December 1875

LOCAL BREVITIES. You want to laugh, don't you ! Then go to llardv's Hal, Januarv 5th. lie sure ami see Shedrick's TOYS be fore buving. Go to Purviances for CHRISTMAS TREE GOODS. Remember that II. P. Sargent lias not "otanv of last rears Hollidav goods ui hand. ntf The highest cash price paid for Hides, 1 Lt out for tho "EGlPlIAN MLM Tailow, and Pelts, at W. P. Howard's MY" and "GOLDEX FARMER,1' at Meat Market. South Side Public Square. ' Ihirdy's Hall, January 5th. Go io L. G. Wilkerson's and get some "Arnieated Camphor Ice and Glycer ine" for chapped hands. The best display and largest assort ment of Queensware to be lound in Sa vannah, is at Dan ford & Chittenden's. Six spools of Sott Finished Thread at Russell's for !'." cents, good lor Hand ai.d Machine, and other goods in pro portion. no'Jlt ,h:st received at the Savannah Mills, two cars of choice wheat, from Kearney Junction, Nebraska. Flour of the same will be sold cheap, lor cash. notftf .e- Go to W. S. Gilmau's in Opera...

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. — 31 December 1875

atsaRanua c 0 TIN T 1- F. ST. TAYLOR, (Htor j;.nd Publish. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1875. V"" Y. F 11- blishcr. V xmraaamam Til 8 SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. .. ': m:nls n this column, fifty cents per lint ' . ''nclnJivj the 'irni n;l kend. 'J nosr- wi iJrertixe in tht coiumi. nrr reliable ami ' - ijFortoird in their respective t clHmjx. ATTORNEYS. )!' V C.W.DW'KLL, atlorn. v-.it-law :mrl y V . Nutary Piiblio. Pay-, .spi-i-hil :it-iitin ! ctiiig, "c'jnvcy.inc.iiii; :mil iuvcslig.iting: 1'. ;:!IV N, a,tor.i-y at law, will jir.n tice r. : . i . uli tin-c.iiirt-t of Xorihwi-.-t Missouri. .. nt'vntion s!'a tluines in th uisty . i : .ttiiue courts. Oilier over r.iniuTd' 1 ' -27 -,". 'M (JREKXI.KK, ATTOIJXKY AXI) un.-llr :it law. Particular aitcntioii ' rillecii ri. Oflin- i i!n- south .skU' . r-junri-, hi iw Bunk iSiulilni. i't Ti il ' I!. MA-IOIiS. .at!onn-y-:it-l:iw. Will ) ..m--ct nil Itusinvs.- etraMi'l to liim i.'.jiily ati'l -:iro fully. 0:t:i he loiiii'l :it his ' i . rj. -Tnir...

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. — 31 December 1875

The Passing of Winter. ijy millie w. cakpen'tek. I. Cometh spring, the poet's dream! Hark! the dash of scudding rain, Then a quick flash and a gleam, And birds' jubilant refrain! l.o! the buttercup's gold vase Soft rains, fall and till it up Fuller to the curved gold edge: Ho! who drink an April pledge? Softly, sunshine, slide and creep To the warm wood nooks, where sleep Trailing arbutu. lit ine To clasp Pallas', brows divine. ir. Cometh summer! On her way Heavy-weighted garland swing: Scent and sweetness! one bright day Nature gives to every thing. Lo! the red heart of a rose: Doth it shield a worm? God knows! Hind it, lady, in your hair Uud and blossom both arc fair. Sleep, O summer sunshine, warm n a land long racked by storm ! See ! on golden acres meet Rye and corn and tlax and wheat ! in. Autumn eometh! Through the land Kings a sound of ruh and rout: Censers flash on every hand Fragrant incense floats about. Gold and scarlet is the wood, Hut the sparrow cherished brood Make n...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 31 December 1875

FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Stand Int; Committees. SKSATH. Privileges and Elections Morton , chairman; Lojran, Mitchell, Wadleiph. Cameron (Wis.), McMillan, .Salisbury, Mernmon, Cooper. Eoreiim IMittions Cameron (Penn.), chair man; Morton, Hamlin, Howe, Frelingliuyfieii, Conklinjr, McCreery, Hogy, Eaton. Finance Sherman, chairman; Morrill (Vt), Ferry, Frertnjrhity?en, Logan, ISouUtcII, Jones (Nev.), Itayanl, Kernan. Appropriations Morrill (Me.), chairman; WiiKlom, West. Sargent, Allison, Dorsey, Da vit!, Withers, Wallace. Commerce Coiiklinir. chairman; Spencer, lioutwcll, Cameron fWis.),Iiurnside, McMillan, IJansom, Dennis, McDonald. Manufacture Robertson, chairman; JJooth, Itruce. Emr.li.-li, Wallace. Agriculture Frelinhiiysen, chairman; Hob crton, Harvey, Davis, .Ionian. Military Affair- Lojraii, chairman; Cameron (I'enn.)," Spencer, Clayton, Wndlojh, llurn bide, (ionlon. Itamlolplf, Cockrell. N'aval Affairs Cranin, chairman; Anthonv, Morrill (Me.), Sargent, Conover, Norwood, Whyto. Ji...

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. — 31 December 1875

TERMS: 61 50 jicr year, in advance. TWENTY CENTS ADDITIONAL (for postage) TO scnscnnizits out of the county. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per square for first insertion, anil Kil ty Cants for each subsequent insertion : O.-k- 3ju:ire, iweive lines nonpareil ,or thirteen line-s bourgeois type, or one inch dovrn the col umn. Administrator'- Notice s3 00 Final Settlement Notice 3 00 Stray Notice 3 00 fine Dollar for each additional animal. Locals ten cents per line first insertion live v:its per line for each subsequent insertion. When a subscribers time expire, we will piuee :t X before hi name, to notily him of the fact. They roula oblige us, when they ee the m.trk. if tliev wonld renew, or at once inform i.- that they wish the paper discontinued. I 1I1UAV MOUNIXG, DECEMIJElt 31, lt75. MORS CROOKED WHISKY IN ST. JOSEPH. It eem fhey arc not yet through villi the "crooked whisky" cases in .t. Joseph. Col. Meyer has been hunting up evidence, examining wit nesses, etc., for a week or...

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. — 31 December 1875

Does It Pay. "(Jod and nryself only know -vvh.it I have suffered in the last few months1 Thi'sc words were, uttered hist week by ;i man wlio has been a fugitive from ju-tiee and who was bnnijjht'back lrom California to his home in Massachusetts, to undergo his trial for crime. Jie had bo.-:i a prominent citizen in a large town, li id lieen a prominent member of the Methodist church ; but becoming involv ed in linancial trouble had resorted to ltrir ry to make better his fortunes, and iva led on irom one act ol crime to an other. Two or three months ago he dis appeared. It was thought at the time that he had fallen overboard lrom a -te.xmer on Long Island Sound and was drowned, line all this time he has beer, wiiidering hither and thither under as Minn d names, "a fugitive and a vaga boii I in the earth.'' At length he reach ed 'iic P-ieiiic coast anil just as he was s-.?'i ur to embark ior Australia he was rontronted by the officer who had been his track, and lie is now brought Iru ...

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. — 31 December 1875

MISSOURI. CURBENT TOPIGS.1 It has been ascertained by the Com missioners of the Permanent School Fund of the State of Kansas that a num ber of School District bonds purchased by them, purporting to have been regu larly issued by various School Districts in Mitchell, Jewell and Hepublic Coun ties, are forgeries. The bonds were bought at , different times be ;tween the 2d of September and 7th of November last, and in payment therefor the Commissioners issued or ders upon the State Treasury amount ing in the aggregate to $17,S-1S. The Commissioners claim that Statq Trea surer Lappin wrongfully and illegally paid out the money upon these orders to parties who were not properly identi fied, and have requested the Govjernor to take legal measures to recover from the Treasurer and his bondsmen the money so paid out. Governor Osborne has therefore suggested to Treasurer Lappin, that under the circumstances it would be advisable for him to resign his office during the pendency of the in vest...

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. — 4 February 1876

And Eepublican. Xf Ea.tM.u?APYLb?i?ier.(201 1:9 SAVANNA H, MO., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1870. V0"- V. N0, 1 6- SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Aimtiitmttitt in thli column, fijly ctnti ptr lint Jar one yon. Including ijenernl head. mo vno nlrrrtht in thin column are reliable anil tlraightforiranl in Ihelr mpcttivr eallingt. ATTORNEYS. T W. C VI.DWKl.l., attorney-at-law and IV . Notary Public. Pay spirlnl attention t roliccling, riinffvanrlim ami investigating titles UlUco last side puhlln sipiarc. '- X-l;A ANI W II.UAMS, Alttoi ril nt Law, V iiiumah, Oitlccnvcr Savannah Muv lMKliinlllMll.iii Will pim-Ucc In the Courl of Andrew iml ail.lniiiliiir enuiiti. a t.'iiiL'ir CI T. IlltV .N, attorney at law, will pr.iitln X . 1" itl 1 tin- courts ut Northwest Missouri, nperlul ntlcntinn gitcn to badness In tin- count) ami probate courts. (Jflice our Fill hu m' Hank. i7 WW S. tiRr.nSt.KK, ATTOIINKY AND counsellor at law. OlHceon cast side of tin- i'i'ilii- Himnr-. T II. M A-Itnt-. attorney-at-law Will train ...

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. — 4 February 1876

.The Country Boy. BY tUCY LATJCOM. 1 1 pity u?e poor lltfo country boy , Away on his lonely farm I Tho holidays bring lilm no elegant toy; lie lias no money, there Is no shop; Kvcn Christmas morning his work doesn't stop : Holias cows In nillk ho has wood to chop, And to carry it In on his arm." lld you hear that, t-'ied, as you camo through the gata, With your milk. pall full to tho brim? No enry hid under your curly brown pate You wcro wotchlng a ttar In the morning sky, And s star seemed shining out ot your eye ; Your thoughts were glad, you couldn't Ull why; Hut tlicy were not ot toys, or ol him. Yet the city boy said what he kindly meant, Walking on by his mother' side, With his eyes on the toy-shop windows bent, Wishing tor all that his ryes could rcc; Longing and looking and tvailng went ho, Nor dreamed that n slnglo pleasure could bo Afar in your woodlands wide. You nto you breakfast that morning, l'rcd, As a country boy should cat; Then you Jumped with your father upon tho ...

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. — 4 February 1876

FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. tn tlio Senate, on tlic '.Tith, Hie lillli under consideration were Senator Morrill's bill, for the establishment of nn educational fund; the bill to provIJo for the nppolntmcnt of a commU iilon on the subject of alcoholic nnd fermented liquor truffle nnd niahtifiictnrei tho bill to con firm the rc-eiii)tion mid homcMcnd entries of iiubllu lands within tho limits of rullro.nl Krauts, In en.ea ttliero biicIi entries have been made under the rviriilnllnnfl of the r.Miil Depart ment; nml some others In tho Douce tho bill appropriating I ,.7xi,o n fur the tYntiiiiiial eami! up In Committee nf tin' Whole and n number id fpeeches ere madu for anil iicalnst It. SeHT.tl nnunilinriita cro proposed and re jected. The l onimltteo thon ro-e and reported the bill tu the House, with the locomiiu ud.itiou that It do pass. An amendment, oilered by Mr. Slll'lm'i.. litcl...... ,.n lit lllt fi. tlw, CM.. uryol any balance that may bo left in the hands 1 of the Finance t onimitle...

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. — 4 February 1876

TERMS: 81 60 per year, in adoancc. TWI.KTT OKNTA ADDITIOMAI. (for w)Stngc) TO jCBsonintns out or tiik county. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per uuar-lor first Insertion, ami Fifty Cvu for each aubscquint luscilton : One square, thirteen llneu ImuiffroU tpc, or one Inch down the column noiuri'll lyp. Administrator' Notice J Final Settlement Notice J JJJ Struy Notice ........... wj one Dnllurforencli ndilltliinatnnlmttl. I.octtls trii opMs per line llrKt insertion live oent rr line lor rar.li subsequent Insertion. Wlicnn subscriber time expires, we will place a X before Ills nume, to nullly him ot the fact. They woulu ohlltfc us, when they fee the murk, li'lhey would renew, or at once Inform us that they wish the paper discontinued. FRIDAY MOHNINO, KKIIUUAIlY 4. HOT. Bring nbsont for eight or ton days on a trip to Glasgow, we liavo left tlio editorial control of tlio tmpcr with our friend V. S. Greenlee. It is so seldom that, tvo find nny thingina Democratic (J.nipcpsniuii to coinm...

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. — 4 February 1876

"77"X3?"3S3 INTO. 19. IiY ANN ELIZA. YOUNG. A Hcmarkablo Bool: by Bripthnm Young's Apostato Wifo. Wc Imvo imt rccnivod n copy of a. tirilliiintlv written work hcnring tlio nbovu titlo, It iintlior lining liriglmtn YouiiL'"s Kulxillious Wife. It is (.urttiln- lj- tl'u niut wowiurlul niul sorrow wo Imvo over met with, sunt injn-tly titlrtii'tiiij; u lurgo iiinoiint nl'ut tl'tltitlll Already It . . .. i read nv tnousuiids, aim we in:iiii iu rniiiltii'liil it to the notice of all. I She wiiles boldly and fearlessly, tics- i prilling caeli event so clearly as to bring , it vividly before the mental gaze of the reader. The Inrniation, diameter and duties il 'he remarkably Danitn bands; the terrible doings ot the Mormons in the gui e ol Indians, and the assasina tion of .'oe Smith by the Mlsoiirians are among the prominent points of the opening ehapter. Then follow in reg ular order the succession of Iliiglmm Young, and the erafty Imt cowardly means whieh he adopted to raise Iiitn selt to ...

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. — 4 February 1876

gmtU'cuJ (County gqmMican SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. OUKRENT TOPICS. A uouiilk railway accident occurred on tho Great Northern Hallway, near Huntlngmot, JJng., on tho 22d. Tho Scotch express collided with a coal tralu, causing n bad smash-up, and kill ing two persons and wounding several others. Ucforo tho wreck could bo cleared away, tho express from London dashed Into the debris, killing eleven nioro persons. A blinding snow .storm, which interrupted telegraphic com munication, is said to have been the cause of the last accident. A i.KTTEit received at Helena, Mon tana, from Fort Pease, on tho Ycllow stono Hirer, says Sitting Hull's band of Sioux attacked a party near Fort Pease, on tho 2d of January, killing one man and wounding five others. Fight horses were also killed. Another party of nine men were cut off from the Fort by tho Indians, who numbered several hun dred. It was feared tho entire garrison would bo massacred unless speedily as sisted. The bill appropriating 1,600,000 In ai...

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. — 4 February 1876

- i Ml rime " r .00 !i Me- " S.1I). 037.25; Spring, gmdvcut (County $qmMicmi SAVANNAH, Missoum. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. .'nicrnl Xutrs. The proposed lessees of the Penitentiary having failed to ple bonds at the stipulated time, the (lovcriior and In-.pcoturf have uii thorlzcd the Warden tocontract with parties for the convict laborers, and Award the con tracts for fiirnUhliiK heef, etc, and hence forth the Institution will be managed hy the State. No new advertisement for leasing the prison will he puolishcd, hnt If at any time hereafter a responsible party ntl'er to lcac the mi me and tile a good and sulllcient bond, the matter will receive dtle consldcra tlnn. The Institution, at thisdatc, contains l,:ilO prIoncr. Aiiilrnlli Cnmit)'. The (iovcrnnr has appointed James K. Ito-i-i Justice of tint County Court of Au drain County, vice John Jt. Norrln, de ceased. lliirhmuiii County. Colonel C. It. Wilkinson's Interest in the St. .loM'ph Mnrntnij I If mid Is advertised to lie sold at publi...

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. — 4 February 1876

LOCAL B.UKV1T1LS. Roll Calico, one dollar per roll, at Zook & Co's. Buy a Ccnlennlul Valentino of Purvlnnco. Lamps nt coot tit L. O.Wilkcrson's. F. (J. Mattesou, Km., took charge of Eminence bcIiooI. in Monroe town ship, on Mommy lust, to fill tco unex pired term of two months of Mr, Young, who gave up the school. Sixth Street M. K. Sunday School every Sunday at bulf-put-l 2 o'clock. Go to Deekmnn's und get Vi pounds N. O. Sugar lor $1. good article; Also four pounds choieo Coffee lor $1. J. B. Kiissell litis JtiHt received n full lino ol New Goods nmlXotioiis,whirli lie Is selling very low. Call and see for yourself. Tho highest cash price paid for Hide's, Tallow, and Pelts, at V. II. Howard's Meat Market, Smith Slilo Public Square. Tynor has oni ot'the nicest lines of Overcoats on hand yet of any other house, at t he South Side Clothing Empor ium. . no8tf Coats' Thread,ltiur spools fortwon-tv-tlv cents, or sovout-llvc cents per dozen, nt Zook & Co's. E. M. Mitchell Is sell...

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