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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 31 March 1876

UUUtUUipiUUUtl ClUlbUlt Watrrxuky, Conn., March 25. R. 'Bmttli mlttnt I llm A mi niin ti i a t Hiiittut vitivvt u iiiu jw.v' tv aj , lined S7G for contcntnt ut court, lie c.'iri'iilntnil tn inliirn t in ilienltv mul ciimnv in .niiiiri iiouiriiTfin in 1.1111 cilv . ...,.1 ....... tnl-,... V.,... II...,,.. . Well Turned. Tlic Hartford Times tells of a smart ouucucui Miiinii sjiuiiKcr who was liar- iirrmir imiiwii in i-niriiitin rnniirv. 111.., bill v.,,'., v Ul 1JI1U ,11 111? C1L1VMI oints was torrihlvbtokcn bv a bawling 1 . i i 1 1' 1 i ti . .. the crowd, who sunt: out: "Oh. .1 mi r in. n . .i . -i 0 - - . . S f'VPS 111)011 111! H!IH)V. . IliUISlllfr ist a momoat to fix tho attention of the .!... . . t i I . t 111 1U III f UIlll IIIVU 1111 lUMMJUHtl I III! liis own uiianiiroacimulo srrins: rut wisp of straw aiouud yon, ami you'd . A.i... !!..!...( O 71 1.-.. I. .1 il... jusu and flTeuder. extinguished tiio blbbulous U1A3 Ul Ul b 1U1 LUU rfUbUU arai m now YorK. In describing tho elabo...

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 March 1876

IjOSt. )ir ROSE TEUUV COUKK. Once on a time the camo to mo, Ah eorae email atar from heaven might lice To bo a mortal' lolo delight, A love by day, a dream by night, The sweetest thing on land or tea, My little 4arllng crept to mo. A trembling, tender, fairy thing, Tco grave to einllo, too aad to alng, Aware ot cuith with frrlcvod aurprleo, An alien from her null re akles, A baby angel atrnnc to aee, 'My little dialing cumu to me. 'Hut Ioto and loving taught her amllea, .And life and living baby wiles Tlio way to cling, to coax, to kiss, To All my aoul with deepest bliaa, My heart of hearts, my llfo waa the, This little love who camo to me. What words she stammered solt and low, No other ear but mine could know ; More gentle than a cooing dove, 'More fond than any voleo of lore, 60 ahy, so sweet, so tenderly, 'My little darling spoko to me. I know not how to tell the grace That dwelt upon her wistful f ace The tinted akin, the lips' pure bloom, Tlio clearest eyes that know not gloom...

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. — 31 March 1876

Diphtheria nnd Dirt. il -.t!..1 I 1.. I ) majority of cases. Thus it U tlmt 'slnMnl iintl liniiaoliril A illrr. tnrinmir. 1 enfcoblous Dr. Htirrta, than ntil llinrn a nr Itlirlim si It i t hi f -s Hits lansruairo on this important nt every fireside whether in city or mrv: i nn iriiin is-' snvs jr. rris. when snoakinrr of diphtheria. ' 4 C3 A 'nit t mrtv or h.iillv vonhlated iiouso furnished the requisite conditions most deadly results, whether on low 1 I. 14... i 1. 1 v C 1 t . id nr n linnr nnn. rtinii t':i inn l nr.! omiutr niorennil morouctivo in their rt to promote tne cleaning nnu .! e .1 II! ! 1.1-1. !.! . y.iiiuii (jl uwi'xiiiiirs in winuii i ii is aso Uivs appeared. Carbolic acid io arrest or ucsiroy mo coniagiou I 1 ! . -1 1.1 .It ilrst nppoarnnco of the disease in ..!- 1111111 J . ho virtue of irood soap and water is necessary charm to ward otY many otnforts, and now Dr. Harris pro ... - 1 1 . !.. II llll 11111 V t'lTsiLl L!llII.llli:i .LLHJII Lllllli - i. i! a - e - ou Tt...

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. — 31 March 1876

LOCAL BREVITIES. Gash paid for hides, pelts audi tal low, at tho south sldo Meat Market. Purvlanco haa tho largost show caso of Pockot Dooks, I over saw. Moro pretty Callcoos at StUcs & Hnrdy's, than you over saw, and lots of other pretty goods at low prices. Ecruo laces, tics, scarfs, and the handsomest liuo of handkerchiefs 1 ever saw, aro at Stiles & llardy's. Snow Fx.akb. Potatoes at Cooper & Grconlco's. 24 w2 Stiles Ss llardy still kcops tho lead in goods and prices. tf A suro remedy for Chills and Fever, Ayor's Aguo Cure, never falls. Fon choice meats of all Hinds, go to Howard's meat market, south sido Square Preaching at tho Sixth Street M.E. Church every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock; in tho evening at half-past 6 o'clock. J. B. Russell has just received n fu)l Eno of New Goods andNotions,which. lie is soiling very low. Call and sco ipv yourself. Stiles & llardy aro receiving their. new goods. Thoy are beauties. Go and sco them. S. P. Wright is now selling 4...

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. — 7 April 1876

0 O TIN T J- .e Andrew Republican. JL F. M. TAVT.OR. I SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1876. 14a b IkUU A UlllinillUt 1 V01" V. N 25- ATTOKNEYS. orttspoitbcncc. A M W II.MAM.s. Afttiirmi'H .it Ijiir. ivuiiii.iIi, Mil Olllceoicr hiiVHiiimli Sav n tlli'lloii Will practice In the Cuiirls of u un 1 adjoining roimllii l.'inlJir 111 nil tin- nrt- t Northwest Mi-aoilil. I iiiii'iitiuu glu-n li)liinliu'- In Urn count v iwutit- uuiiii-1, wiiii;i- utrr riumrrs 11 ' i t'i -M;ifc."9t iu(tnit'v-:nnnv. vt tinner ill lnulm- rntritsti-! to Mm pit) nun curuuii) . mui louim Ul juh up ctulr-, two iluuri.I ufthu Post )! Ml I HUH , .'HI. -f BAKERY, &c. I.' SIIKDItICK, Kaulf liakiTV. contcr I loner. v and riitmir.iiit, went nlilrul Ihi' 1'aities luniislo-il un short notice. '.'? llll I'lltts til till. IllWU-lltl lir.ilhl.lmu mill llllllll, lll.ltlll1) l.lv - f . I M.VTTKIIN (lliIU-H jiir CltlXl'lIt uillilresh Milk ni-iymoinlng.t evening. SOCIETIES.. I'll tVWIl V T .'V VI 1 I.I.I 1'uMlo S'liiaiv. All ...

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. — 7 April 1876

Violet nnl lto.se. Violet dcllcnto, awcet, Down In tho deep o( tlie wood, JI1J ia tby stilt retreat, ' Far from tlio sound of tho rtrcct, Man and his incrclleaa mood Sato from tho ttorm and tho licit, llrcalhlnff of beauty and good Fragrantly, under thy hood Violet. aicantlfal maid, dl'nrrt, Where ia the mate that In meet, Meet for thee strive n ho could Yet will I kneel at thy feet, Fearing another one should, Vlolctl U 0. Monkiiousb. Itoae In the hodfro-row (frown, Whcro tho actnt of tho frcali awcet hay Coinea up from tho flelda new. mown, Tou know It you know It alono, So I gather you hero to-day I For hero waa It not here, aay That ah e camo by tho woodland way, And my heart with a hope unknown Itoso? Mi, yea with her bright balr blown, And her ey'cB like the aklea of May, And her atcpa like the roae-leaveartrown When the wlnda In the rose-trees play It was hero O my love, my own Uoaol Austin Doiisok. Jhe Spectator. PUKKY'S CItOSS. 11V 1IKNKV KINO, OV TOPKKA, KANSAS. They did n...

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. — 7 April 1876

MISSOURI STATE NEWS. ileurrnl Xotra, The (lovcrnor 1m t puriloned, under tlio throe-fourths rule, .lohn Cox; of St. IiOuIh, entnnved two year to tlio Penitentiary lor aiult to kill; Jack Shoppim!, Clin:). Dowo mid .Mufrglu Johnson of St. Lou In, sentenced two year each for Krantl larceny; Al. J tick -?on of Miwou County, two yearn fortiault with deadly weapon. The Governor has pardoned .lolm V. l'aul of St. Louis, under tho three-fourths rule, sentenced three yean for cmhcilctncnt. limine County. Itat Christian, ncctied of tho murder, fcvcrol weeks ago, of Sidney Smith, a stu dent at Columbia, has been captured at IhuiWon, Tex., uud will he brought hack for trial. 'ol' County. Saturday nl(iht, tin; 'J.'itli, UohertCrowloy, j a liriil'i'-liulldcr In the employ of the I'aciiic It. II. Company, started on foot acro.m tho i lirMup from (Najri' City t the opposite shore j out the Oago Illvor and shortly after he left tin- shore a cplash was heard In the water, and that wo. the last .-ecu...

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. — 7 April 1876

TERMS: $1 50 per year, in advance. TW1WTT CXKTI ADDITIONAL (0T potge) TO ionscfttnixs out or Tits cocxrr. Torma of Advertising On I)onrprqui3rcfor flrt Insertion, nd Fifty Ckiita for each subucquent insertion : One square, thirteen lines bourgeois type, or oue Inch down the column aonparell type. Administrator' Notice M 00 Final Settlement Notice - . 3 00 fllrnv Notice 3 W one Dollarforeach addlllonnlnnlraal. Locals ten cents per line first Insertion Ave cents ier line for each sahicqumt insertion. When a subscribers time expires, we trill nlacu a X before his name, to notlly him ol the fact. They would oblige us, when they lee the mark, If they would renew, or ot oneo Inform us that Uict wish tho paper discontinued. piii day iioiiNraa, Armi, 7, lew. THE ELECTION. The election in this plnco on Tues day last, passed off quietly and in good order. Tho people generally seemed not to tako much interest in tho matter. In tho contest for Judges, about which most interest was centered, Lan...

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. — 7 April 1876

National Mattorn. Correspondence of Macon Republican Wamunoton, D. C, March 10th, 1870. Tlio Democrats cliiim that they repre sent lmtiititiililu ami iiiieliatigiiblo priiie! tiles. whether tliuy do or not, It ha been cUinotitrtc(l that their praetices never change, ami they arc tho same to day that they were in 18fil, when tho? fostered rebellion. s4olo tho money and army of the government, and gave them to the rebels, and did all in thulr power to destroy tho country. Tho samu that tnoy wcro wnon m taut, uiey ueeiarea tho war for tho Union a failure, and de nounced the emancipation of tho slaves. The same that they wero in 1808, when they denounced reconstruction, and de manded the repeal of tho amendments securing the results of tho war. Tho samo they wero in 1872, when they at 1 tempted to "tuck out tho lion's robo with the fox's skin," and hypocritically accepted as their candidate a life-long .Republican upon a "quasi" Republican platform. Fortunately tho opportunity lias been...

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. — 7 April 1876

'MISSOURI. CURRENT TOPICS. Gkn. Schenck, cx-Ministor to Eng land, appeared before tho Commlttco on Foreign Affairs on the 28th, and mado a lengthy statement concerning lila connection with the Emma Mlno. Ho said ho was induced to purchaso 600 shares from Park, upon tho solicitation of that gentleman nnd ox-Senator Stew art, upon tho following terms, a copy of the ngrccmont being exhibited by General Schcnck to tho committees : Schenck gavo his note to Park for 10,000 in payment for tho 500 shares, Park guaranteeing Schenck 2 per cent, a month on shares (subsequently reduced to 14 per cont.) whllo they should bo held by him, or agreeing to tako them back at par. Thero was no suggestion mado at this timo that Schenck should liavo any thing to do with tho management of tho company, and ho only consented to do so subse quently, when urged by Park aud Stow art, who cited precedents for a member of tho diplomatic corps serving in such a capacity. Gen. Schenck figures his losses by outsido...

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. — 7 April 1876

D 3AVAWAI1, missouiu. Till: (JOLl) 1IUXT1211S. An Imlliiti Itnlil on CilKlir C'lt- mill n Vrry Kit; Si'itrr old .Ml urn Thnt Won't l'u- liny Wnri-A Delightful Country, Hut It lln ItM DruM linrku VhIiihIiIij liil'ormntloii for IiitrmllliK Imiultgrniit. (Special CirrOf)ii(lcnco tfnnsns City Times. ClISTKK CtrV, Hl.ACK HlM.S, March 5, 187(5. Our party, wlneh started for Harney'.- Peak a few days ago, lias been driven back by Indians. Wo were not altaeked by them; but wo found ourselves in such a delicate and critical condition that to go on was to proceed to almost certain disaster. Yesterday morning about daylight a party of Ger mans hunting in "Pleasant Valley," about nine miles from this city, came suddenly upon two Indian scouts, to whom they gave chase, aud soon after wards ran into a large band of Sioux encamped about seven miles from this city. The Germans made all haste to town nml gave the alarm. In the mean, time the Indians divided up into little bands, and attacked several ...

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. — 7 April 1876

LOCAL BREVITIES. Cask paid, for hides pelts nnd tnl- low, at the south sldo Meat Market i Mora pretty Cnltcocs at Stiles & Hardy's, than you ever saw, and lots of other pretty goods, nt low prices Ecruo laces, tics, scarfs, and tho handsomest line- of bandkorchiefs 1 ver saw, aro at Stiles Ss Hardy's. Snow Fi.ake. Potatoes at Cooper & Grconlco's, 24w2 Stiles & Hardy stiU keeps tho load in goods aud prices. tf Fon choico meats of all kinds, go to Howard's meat market, south side Square Tho Missouri Coiifcrcnco of tho M K. Ghurch, meets at .Louisiana next Wednesday. ,7. B. Russell has just received a full lino ol New Goods andNotions,vhich he Is selling very low. Call, aud 6co for voursclf. Stiles & Hardv are receivlnir their new goods. They aro heautics. Go aud sco them. S. P. "Wright isnov soiling 41 His Choico Coffee for Ono Dollar, nnd twelve pounds good Nov Orleans Su gar for Ono Dollar. Proachlng at tho Sixth Street M. E. Church, on Sabbath morning. Subject: "Bap...

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. — 14 April 1876

0 O XT N T rarwrvi - 1 Eepublican. F. M. TAYLOR, Eil'.lur auil FuhlUhor. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 187G. V'" V. N- 26- iff I'.i ki mj n me Anarew 8P SAVAKHAH DIRECTORY. AT'i'OllN'UVS. 111. VM) II.1.IAM-, Altloi iilr- at Law, I.V-JI 1 i, M'i. Iiil"-niir vnn.ii.ili s.,v. . 1 II .1 1 . 'lull Will pliil'.'ICe 111 llie ( 1 1 t - 111' i . . . n hi 1 '.I i.nintf i oimiit , i.'uil.'lt' T. IlllY AN, allnrtiey lit law, will prnr tlrn III .1. 'll enill'H ol .iillllHt Mi.-"iullll, l it tun .rt -n In hii-liu- iii llii' i-ntintv I i .ijii.i.i courts. Oilice ovir runners' Tn'IV II fj . "i i n' nii'h ' ! ni ii , -hi. n .i..l-)!t, iillnn'i-y-at-l.iw. Will llM .111 1i'Sh ,'l,.Hl,'-il In linn I i' irefu'li . f.'nii In' fminij ut In-- 1 -, t llouO I'll.-l lllllie l'llfit M- ,h. Mn. il BAMiKY, Ac. oi'fcspoiibcncc. IT I 'l l.!U,.i K, Kujtli- hakery, rnnl.'ii- II, Hull I illl.l I xTm l-.l-.-tllt , Wi'St 111 til" 1 1 . it s lui'iiiiitil nil slim I iiulli-e, Ji - ,u.ii l iun f )S I. 'I. I I ' til ' 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. — 14 April 1876

A Fndcd Glove. DY CKMA THAXTKR. My Utile granddaughter, who lain would know Whr, folded cloM In scented utln fine, I keep a rcllo fadod long ago Thli pearl-gray, dainty, withered gloro of mine. Listen : I'll tell you. It la fifty roars Since the (air day I laid my trcasnro hero. Bat yesterday to me tho time appears ; Age ago to you, 1 Know, my dear. Upon Uils palm, now withered na my cheek. Lore laid his ant kiss, doubting and afraid; Ob, awlltand strong across 1110 wlillo I apeak Comes memory of lore's might, my llttlo maldl I yet was so unconscious I Twas night Somo festal night. My sisters wcro above, Mot ready qui to; but I, cloaked all in white, Waited below, and, fastening my gloro, Looked np with smiling speech to htm who stood Observing me, so still ami so Intent, I wondered somewhat at his quiet mood, Till It flashed upon me what the alienee meant. What sudden fire of dawn my sky o'ersprcadi What low melodious Uiunder broko my calm I Could I bo dreaming that tills glorioua ...

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. — 14 April 1876

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. FuiwiTfitn Stains. Hnvo ready 3 pieces of woolen cloth, with 1 well dipped in lamp oil (or if that is not convenient, linseed oil), rub the spot briskly ; wet the- second with alcohol and apply to oily surface, rubbing quickly, as too much alcohol will destroy the varnish, and finally polish with the third cloth, moistened with oil or furniture polish. "l'oi'-ovnt" I'L'iiniNo. Take 1 cup of milk, 2 eggs, and 1 cup of corn-starch, or Hour, if tho starch happens to be out. Mix tho starch or llour thoroughly with a littlo milk first, to avoid lumps ; then beat the wholo together a few minutes, add a pinch of salt, and pour into cups which have been buttered. Fill the cups half full. Sot them in a quick oven, and they will rise in baking, and they will "pop over" in tho prettiest wayim aginablu. Whou done, turn thorn out of tho cups, make a sweet sauce, and each ono at tho table can have a pud ding to himself. The above recipe is sufllciont for four cups. A Vallaiilk O...

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. — 14 April 1876

THRMSi 81 CO per ijcar, in athwicc TWENTY CENTS AtlMT16rAt. (for postage) T (tUH'ClllnKIUOUTllCTlIK COUNTY. Torma of Advertising. Onp Dollar per nquiirc for first liii-rtlon, and Villy CnU for each tubscqimit Insertion : One Diin.irc, thirteen UnoiOiourKeols type, or one Inch down the column lionpuiell type. AilmlnUtrntor'A Xotlce. $.1 no Final Settlement Notice :i no Klrny Notice - 3 (X) one Dollar lorcnch nililitionulniilinul. I,ocnl6 ten emits per line. lint Insertion Ave ccuttt per line lor cacn unsequeni insertion. .... ...I 11....... t j.....!.... nl 11 lll-u n nuiis,.i n miiu T.tiutBi e imi ptiiuu 11 X before tilt ininic, to nollly litm of llw fact. Tliej WOllltt lilli?e in, when they no the mark, Iflhey would renew, or tit oucu Inform US unit iney wian me paper iiicoiiiiniieii. fill DAY MOUNINO, Al'ltll. 11, InTH. THE MISSION OP THE PRESS. Legal PrintlnR Its Uses and Abus es Official Printer. In regard to legal printing, by law inado compulsory, and tho evils natur ally grow...

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. — 14 April 1876

Soliloquy. Tho fulJnwiii jiiirotly va read in ml'. I.iiiiir'n Au.uU'iiiv recently, m ii IidoI exorcise, Its hints inul liuinon-1 n's uro ul' it practical kind. l.t littii- sr.. i -u-iik, ornot lo t'l-nkt Thrtltlie tiicatfoii. lll'lllll'lll Uilllll' III till' Hllilellt III milfcr iv ' I -pirn-ill -fl in nil 'iiit-jiiii-'i it-ill lit I , ' tl I ikr IlllillU'llt ll.'Mlll"t Ml l lioin trouble, I'l. I" II CUIUS ell'l 111 111 V 'III ll'lll'll) III npcak i limn i unil, by a "poii'li. I" .y We Milc I It I'll llll' Hppi'OVIll ilf llllll Wll'l iii-IkhiiI ii lri iiliil i.i !, i 'Hi 11 i"iiiiitiiiii:illiiii I'ouilv lo lit- u ilii"l. tii lr.il n; In ipniiki or-n l ! )ii'Hll.ll'0 lo lull ny, there'll the rii i H'lT I UN lllinil Dill' car it clsigllnu' MJUIul It f II lHW'1 IK ) Kl 11 -' I Hint llllll Ill.lklS i iiiiii" iiiiii mow wimk linn i it t hi i v wlm i' in lirai to Muml iiiiiI feel Iilnie1f ' rt ill uu-'li i t ii t-1 mill Iiiivk, 'i i i I i In in i, !", mi t ilm't liTiki'l i i i 'I' li.ni n...

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. — 14 April 1876

gmdvcw (Bounty ijtqnMican SAVAN'XAH, MISSOUIII. CURRENT TOPICS. Additional testimony in rcforoncoto, tlio sale of post-tradershlps was given beforo tlio Congressional Comtnittcc by Gen. Gcorgo A. Custer, who testified that Hobcrt T. Sippc, post-trader nt Fort Abraham Lincoln, told him that his profits were $15,000 annually, ono thirdof which was paid to Gen. Iledrick, of Iowa, and one-third to Gen. Wee, at Washington. Ho did not know, but he understood that a portion of it went to tho Secretary of War. Mr. Itaymond, tho Indian Agent at Fort Berthold, said that ho paid Orril Grant $1,000 for getting him tlio place. Gen. Custer also testified to other matters implicating tho Secretary of War, and in reply to tho interrogatory " Did you ever represent tlio facts to the Secretary of War?" witness re plied" No, sir. I was as suspicious of him as I was of any sutler. Wo re garded tho Secretary of War a silent partner in almost all tho posts." Wit ness further gavo as a reason why ho and o...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 14 April 1876

gwdmv (Etountjj gcpuMicmi SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, MISSOUM STATE NEWS. (Jcneral IVotri. (iov. llanlln lias pardoned, under the three-fourths rule, Eugcno Do Lero ami Kord Miller, of St. I.ouli, both In for two years from September, 1874, the former for grand larceny and tho latter for manslaugh ter. Tho United States Circuit Court will con vene at Jcll'ersou City on the 17th. Another warrant was received on the .Id from the Dcpatlmcnt of tho Interior by the Itcglntcrot Lands, beluga part of the swamp land Indemnity due the State. This money Is for the motilities of Monroe, Adair and Schuyler, which receive ifc!,8.y).02, $l,fJ0.'J0 and $0,1.17. 84 respectively. This will bo a crcat aid to thou counties and tho lieirlstcr deserves credit for the energy displayed In' securing this money from tho Government. Following Is a full list of appnlutmeuts of ministers made by the St. I.ouls Conference of thcM. 15. Church, at its recent session atSedalla: St. Lotus District ( . A. Van Amla, 1. K.J U...

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. — 14 April 1876

LOCAL BREVITIES. CASUimht for hides, pelts and lair low, at rho south side Meat Market. More pretty Calicoes at Stiles Ss JIardy's, than you ever saw, and lots of oilier pretty goods, nt low prices. Ecrtto laces, ties, scurfs, and tho handsomest lino of handkerchiefs 1 ever saw, arc at Stiles Ss Hardy's. Kov. "W. G. Kcady will havo for his suhject next Sabbath, morning, fas ter Sunday, "Tho Itosurrcetiou;" in the evening, "The Prodigal Son." Stiles Ss J lardy still keeps the lead in goods and prices. tfc Foil choice meats of all kinds, go to JJoward's meat market, south side Square. A houso occupied by William Cas siday.ncar "Whltcsvillc, and belong ing to Joseph 15ashor, was burned with all Its contents on Sunday morn ing hist. "Wc understand there was no insurance. ,T. II. Russell has just received a full lino ot New Goods audNotions.which he Is selling very low. Call and see for yourself. Stiles & Hardy are receiving their now goods. They are beauties. Go and sco them. John F...

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