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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 February 1873

X X Issued Every Friday Homing, at iTAXXAH, MISSOUEL Panca-East U t the Pabhe 8qnir. toilr TlMeTaMe mm an, U3tt k (Li. anr4. vvSofM Norths ,-GoiBg Soalh-v 'VtUantio'Chlcago Kan. City Pacific. r Express Express Kxpresi Express .30 8:10 S:S3 8:53 8:15 9:17 9:38 9:13 1:37 3:34 ' 8-13, 10:15 9:58 9:35 8:13 9.-81 8:58 MTSMi-'-:lS STTyaw 4l JJjtUU 5:30 10:10 7:13 8:18 .ISftfi iins north, passes Savannah at T a. south at 6:00 r.- SA7A1T1TAH DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. G- f BRYAN", attorney at law, will practice la all the courts In Northwest Missouri, '.f .i . rt.nllnn rfeen to hnif nss In the eotlntv Sdittbat co arts. Offlee on the west aide o'f ZT&are. 37 0L K. B. GIDnDfGS has resumed the prae 1 7o of law. He can be found at his old ot JJ, -tarth side of the public .square, Savannah, miaul. -- ' Wt. B. GRXXXLEE. attorney and conn stUoratlsw. Particular attention given ueellsetlaM. OOee on tlx south, slda of ths ssiart. tn new Bank Building. 83 C -.A.-WHItTAKZBiferhy;at Xaw - and , General ...

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. — 21 February 1873

' new is "imwwEF. THE EAST. At tho meeting of the Directors of the Samaim Bay Company rat Jim J'fli2.i5l-??9,"n' Executive Comnuttee ippointroT: raul W. Hpoffonl, Chairman ; Frederick Schuchanlt, 8. L. M. Barlow, C. K. GarriBon, Henry Clown, IT W flrmM. Tlui-inn N. HarriBOIl. COUllHcl k ..rr . i- . '1 . . .1 . JT ',.' fiV.!N I Ul C U IC j'Mi , ps!.lalJl,u.u.uua VI KHUO. aro fe&ivti oaify) from jfirtieu' 'deronB.to; cmifrate ttrBah DomiuRS.tV.Tho City 'Coun cil of Philadelphia has pasBod an ordinance making an appropriation of $500,000 in aid of the Centennial Celebration. A bill for il, 000,000 in pending iu tho Pennsylvania Legis lature. Old Joe Tcntland, the veteran cireuH clown, died in New York latit week, of dixcaae of tho brain. Stokes said to be growing demented, and his hair in rapidly turning white In Xew York, tho other day, William Barker, agcl 10, shot and killed John Schaeffcr, aged 10 Ex-Gov. Geary died suddenly at Harrisbiirg, Pa., on tho 8th. While silting at bre...

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. — 28 February 1873

ihe Andre wTfc,JteiTOia4S.' Ufci?. PAUL, Publisher. : SAVANNAH, MISSOURI; TRIDATJEBllUARYS, -1873. VOL. n.-NO. 19. THOU AXD I. Strange, strange fur thee aud mc, .Sadly afar, Thou safe beyond, above, I'ncalMbc star; Tlmu where Dowers deathless tpriug, I where, tiny fade ; TJinii in OihIV Paradise, I 'mill time's thado ! Tireu where each pale breathes balm, ' I tcmpeM-tors'd ; It" Thou where true joy is found, I where lit lost; Thou counting ape thine, I not the morrow; Thou Uarulux more of blis, I more of t-orrow. Thou in eternal icacc, I mi.I rarthV Unfe; ... Thou w here care haih nu name, I where 1i life; "Thou wrHhout need of hoie, 1 where lis vain ; " "Jan with wings dropping light, 2 with time's chain. ' ! ; Strange, strange fur thee and mc, Liied, loving ever; Thou bj life'c deathless f cniat, I near deaths riTer ; Thou w inning wisdom's lev e, 1 strength to trust ; Thou 'mid the seraphim, 1 in the dust. A MARVELOUS EVEXT. JIrs. Jane Mowbray aud licr four sons, lived in 1828 at...

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. — 28 February 1873

Snfcrrto (foimia iicpnbUtum. si pi:u rr.su. i.v ahvaxlt. TERMS: O. B. PAUlfcEditor- ana Publisher. Feidat JIjt.si.no, Feurcary 2S, 1873. A cnni'AiN editor of a misprint an uouiicM gravely as an owl that be dif fers with tho Attorney General of the State as to tho construction placed upon the township organization law. The Attorney General thinks the language: "a majority of nil lejral vo ters votinjr at such (general) election," racaus just what it bi, while our "brother of the quill" is solemnly of the opiuiou that it means something else. Verily, how great men will differ. " td a bill amending tho statute concern-1 and blessed men! 'You are from below ; in:: costs in criminal case.-", so that the I am from above.' They are generally original certificate as made by the Judge I men in whom enough of the passion ot and Proecuting Attorney shall be sent youth remain to give animation to the to the State Auditor or County Court, counsels ot age. liut youth bus only in and a copy kept o...

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. — 28 February 1873

T HE ImDM tvery J nun j hi-bi -- lYAKXAH - - MISSOOTI. nrvi'cx-East side of the Tublic Sgaare . 1 Railroad liiue.-ialile. iaBSCHr.8t.J8 phiCB Railroad. 3oIn5 North-, ,CGo,?.f"!fe AUantio Chicago Kan. City racinc tC . - i- v),tvii Extiresa P. it. X. X. 8:10 8:53 83 9:15 9:27 9:33 9:15 t7 e is 8:03 741 10:15 9:ffl OiSS 9:15 9:03 R:S2 givannab.. :1 Lsepdale: HolcioJ : 10:10 7:15 6:18 vary vun.. o Freteht. com! north, passes Savannah at , x. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. U.rrfueeieatl in au column, Ji'lf ctntt per line (ur tutlve moninx, including ine general cou. Vt(ueiaoiiirtii in thi column arertlmll '.i...,'.kirrrJ in their rttmtctire calhnnt. ewtinttyv- " ATTORNEYS. G" t BRYAN, attorney at law, will iiractice in all the courts in Northwest Missouri. . . :.- ,,. I. i ii th rnilnfr STprobate -oarW. Office on the west side of tte squire- 10L X. II. GIDniXGS has resumed the jirac I -. -r ian. TTo e,n he fnllml at Ills old ol Ut, north side of the public square, Savannah, to , it c rtnFsTVTF.i- n...

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. — 28 February 1873

HEWS JiV BRIEF. THE IUST. Phelps, Dodge 4 Co., of New York, Iiavo oTenxl to compromiws tlicir cnHtom-liouse fraud try tlio iiaymeiit into tho Treatury of 271,000. Joint GArrsEY wan executed at Buffalo, N. Y., ou Friday, Feb. 11, for the murder of Patrick Falicy. .Tlio caali value of Mr. Groe lcy'H cstato has been appraised at $120,000. Edvvaiid S. Stokes, tho ulayer of James Fink, Jr., vvho was to havo lccu hung at New i'ork ontlio 28th of February, has obtained a .utay of iroecodiugn, and will, in all probability, be granted a new trial Kobcrt Emmet, boh of Thomas Addia Emmet, tho Inch patriot, and nephew of tho celebrated Kobcrt F.iumct, died at New llochcllo, N. Y., recently. Thcdeccacd nan long an eminent member of the New. York bar.... Tho projected Now York illustrated evening paper, tho Vaibj (lrahic, will lie issued March 18. Tns appraisement of the estate of Horace Greeley and wifo has been completed. The daughtore will each havo a fortune of at least s?ll)0,000, after all ...

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 March 1873

r. 5mto' y The Republican i 0. 15. PAUL, Publisher! -:-' SAVANNAH; MISSOURI, PBJD AY, MARCH 7, 1S73. VOL. II.--NO. 20. ANDREW nro hoses. BY liEO. 11. raXKETOX. When the winter winds were Wowing Tj.m the northern host, - And stornii Fccrc were suowiuj. Along the eae tern coat, Tkere came a conrieri briiiRing Awayfi',ni noutbern land, W'beremfiry birds were piiifjiuj;, A eill from pretty hand, jlay pcs, I remember, She found in open air, That, in (he late December ( . Were blooming bright aud fair ; JUiy. roses sweet, that linger Full oft to summer time. She plucked, with dainty finger, For me in frozen clime. One bloomed in tender lioauty, To show the trust suetaiucd : The othT rot-e wan duty. That for n.y life remained. It was a bncliltng flower. With hope eui-hriued therein, And symbolizes the power Of hiiu who tlrives to win; . Tneen hallowed leacs I pressed them, To save them from decay, And oft my heart hath bleted Ihem, Since tliat eventful day ; W hen earthly scene around me M...

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 March 1873

Tilt JUbrch) QToimtn JUpubUcan. TCRill: SI Jil rr.R WAR. IX avvaxce O. E. PAUL, Editor and Publisher. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 73. "With reference to the charge made by our North Side cotcinporary that the County Court unjustly allowed a bill presented by Mr. Mrjors, County Treasurer, wc hare to say that both the members of the Court and Mr. Majors undoubtedly acted in con formity with -w hat they understood to be the law. If it should happen to be found to the contrary, they arc per sonally liable for their official acts, and we would insist on the rigid en forcement of the law. Wo will not shield friend or foe from just rcspon ibility for their official acts. Wc have no "foster children," no pets; and when wc arc convinced that any officer hr.s overstepped the bounds of law for his own benefit, we will not hesitate an iustant to condemn the act. Neither shall wc make such charge of official misconduct, as our wayward cotcmporary has done, until the' facts shall amply sustain the t...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 7 March 1873

THE x.cnfd Every Friday Morning, at .NAU, MISSOUKI. ' nlricE-Is Me of the VnhUo Square- tSjinlirou& Time-Xable. rRis ClUt St. Joseph C. B. Railroad. 8 Going Notlh-x -Goin Souths Atlantic Chicago Kan. City Paciflc vjniress Express Express Express "r.st. a.m. p. si. 3(1 8:10 9:15 10:15 Svcn ri: 8- 8:57 9::-S "'Sh-lJu 833 :3S 9:r-'i jwndsie ,.4. 9-rf H:ftl !): Wil.j-SS 9:33 7:51 S:M KSCj- 10:10 7:,r' b:l!i ,rbt coins north, passes Savannah at 7 jl. ' minZ " 01 b:u" t .esisesswesswsesssssssssssaasssssswswswawsa. ini i . i. . SANUAH DIRECTORY. 1 iJfrf won', including the general head. 'ZJ.rrhoalcertite in Ihit column arc reliable 'ffiraightforward in their retpectne callings. ATTOKXEYS, TpnVAS. attorney at law, will iiraetlrc G. " ii the ciiurts in Northwest 3fi-ouri. '.i7 attention given to Iwdrjet-s in the county SSprobate 'ourts. Office on the west Bideof MMrc. C'ZTs H G1KDIXGS ha resumed the nrac .ii'.'of law. He can he found at his old ot .,nortasidc of the public square, Savann...

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 March 1873

HEWS iiVr JiRIEF. THE EAST. The DemocratB of Connecticut have nomi nated Charles It. Ingereoll for Governor. A New York diripatch etyts: "The lineal defendants of Madame Jumel, the old mis treHS of Aaron Burr, liavo reached the end of their lawpuit for four million' worth of prop erty on Manhattan Island, and are left ont in tho cold. The Nelson-Chase party, now in lon8CKeion, are triumphant, and quite over whelmed their lawyer, Chas. O'Conor, to-day with their caresses and. kisBCB. O'Conor will probably pocket a consideration of several hundred thousand dollars." It is said Stokes' lawyers have discovered now evidence of a startling character that will assure his acquittal. . The Senate of Maine, by a majority of one in a vote of twenty-nine, Lavo decided that cider, if not of tho intoxicating sort, may be sold and drunk within the State Three new indictments have been found against " Boss Tweed. Father Tom BcnKE, the eloquent Dominican prcachor, sailed from New York for Europe tho...

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 March 1873

! a Jh , i 1 . p -Ani hkv gill -r - ' Republican ' ji 0. E. PAUL, PuUisliorr ' 7"" - SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1873. VOL. II.--NO. 21. -fa J' Tltf OLD CLOCK A TJHj.yiOK.XEl. fraflci Irtis are brown and bare, flakes sweep tltfbugh the froty air. 4ie siutry wind tli Jj sMtry id Pljj-, CnisBl away.. 1 - tae roroerinarM', wearily whistles tin buic-worn cl'H-k iu filled dial anil ru-t.binilnj reaM ln- motion Its ijidiihl tthis i the doleful Hougat siurs. iTil licl. tick, there are unities and .twin In te mournful tale of a hundred J ear.t THe vtiice of memory, wtft and low . MTiijfFerM to-night of the louff affo. ere are friends you Uned; there are hoiw i uottdear. i ... "V - I are dead and" gone wifh the' old. old year.' "ajaurta ar imicu lueir iwi&cu lurcau In tie dingy comer o erhead ; "Bd the endJc"3usl of the busy day, Tbaf hand now pulseless have swept away. MI Mc looked on a fosy childat play, ' An $ae heard hi laughtirfo&d and gay. I iieena groingJi.hrul b-iy,...

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 March 1873

REPUBLICAN. Friday Moknino, Makoh 14. 1S73; OUTOITIIK ASHES I "Wc have bsela tried in Iho fire, and hare emerged from the flame? as good ris newi although losing consider able property in the Arc on yestcrcay lilorniilg which demolished the six buildings that once "vrcre on the cast Mde of the Square. Our pj-essesjuitlft large quantity ol type and material have been burned, and, were it not for the generou-' offer or Mr. Huston, vrc would be iu capaldcof issuing the Republican. this week even in its present form. To him we here return our sincere thanks for )tk temporary use of hie press and types. To our friends aud patrons, one and nlljWho may tc indebted to us.if ever 0 little, vrc make earnest entreaty to cemj forward as soon as possible and settle with us. It ia necessary that all should do this in order to set us speed ily on our feet again. To Messrs. Porter Cooper, John Painter, Edward Price, and others, who exerted themselves bo energet ically In saving such material from o...

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 March 1873

BEPtfBLIgAN. iUB"i.lSIIKD WEEKLY , 4 S4f lie Ifnn, Savannah, .Ulat.arl. :er o: v TERMS : tl'BOperan'm. Ifptymmt be delayed more lkiB;tir moDtlw in any year.82 will V ettrged at th option of tho pub- PUBLISHERS. NOTICES. - , TfIM r- " .ii.t till tha tlma RntxcriWd "iii.; (4 riik. ajilhont drlalr. Our pt T.:n ,h..r-.r.aM iha HaCMtltt fftr lirOrttnt "."..t.rtiilactaa catt!ln. Marri. iE no- tM ipl -! ikhww. it: lint Oliitnt- -T If .'rftiet ioi ali Million. noticM ttlll ! 2Sti fir t half ha ont ratra. uljll.miol frT kimtalttavi arc'ritaM". Wo 7lZi,rniclfnt nr oinl-irfnl n.l k-li-cinSoni" I ,r,s frtyot" tl". . .. ' - w i, ..ill I.I jattr neiRtihort kn. l.ft -m .IriMlmnnrtrciion tell iw l it ami will erStaa nl.ttra "r1 "iV trwMlitln ara Mulct in trily eonfl Inilial faffraai aa aftr thli ilarf .KlhlC"f dHtn anTat-rT I iltf i.Mk or prt.tlf rh . "rlf t a "ill b- i-ablithi-rl in tliw rol !' aalaal taa'wril.r aa-timf. tlif whole p.Mii illty afltiW'M prrim tlirr-tit .nl ii.i-i mlrfknitn. JnJn.et...

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 March 1873

'NEWS IN BRIER THE EAST. Til r nni - I 1, . IL. C . - w., u.o ccOUu uongreFwonai ui vouuecucut liavo nominated ex- (.ov. James E. English for Congress. . i rumored thai .Alden B. Stockwell, President of M iuiuv, aim ivr e years one of the heaviest and boldest operators on the Now lork Stock Exchange, has failed to meet his contracts, and that his failure is inevitable. The vclebrated Jumel will case will bo car ried into tho United States Supremo Court The widow of James Fisk, Jr., has sued the Credit Mobilier for 20,000 shares of its stock. The Supply sailed from New York for Triste, the other day, having on boardacargo of every aneij oi American prouncts and machinery for the Vienna Exposition. The Guard is now leiug loaded at Brooklyn, and will sail in a few .1..... t . ........ . . . ... iw.uujuiiii;b, U1U&IU Ittuicn orlight carriages will bo sent to the Exposition America will appear to the greatest advantago in tho department of fine arts. A committee of the Constitutional...

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. — 21 March 1873

: ' 'Jjffjfc r A ANDREW 0. E. PAUL, PuMislicr. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1S73. VOL. II.--NO. 22. K Tom Typo was a printer's lad, llmind in the Rood old way ; Ami when he'd sencd hta sercn years Tin uVn'Z was to pay. Hh hcn the lx hail paid him off, To put himself to jwrw, He an uuu bis bundletook-liis ttict, And Iff t his jnaatcr roof", lie started in on odds anil eud lvrtaiiiingtulhetrade; l'or well he knew that ruurh depends On find iiowrjiioi.Tn)ade. hen duty railed him he wa found, Hlill wurtiiiR in bin place; He tod while itliwj iijj a Jtbt Which really was the caie. He uecr swerved an inch from rtoVs To nlalohia matter .fill, n;lri'i(life' jhrajraphi, that fools "liUht aever scoff Uuri-at. In imne of timo his houet heart Tined round a muslin dress, AikI an the wearer wan agreed. Their four liiw went tojirw. He married pretty Kmma'Gray. With many ha wa and hem's; This little, joke he uned" to Kay, He'd like tea tfwumwl .W. Snecl 1 jrnni prorcl to honest Tom A true a...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 March 1873

A3 '4 T - j: E "A ilEPUliLICAiN. Friday Mokxinu, Makch 'Jl. 187.1. linni lUrIra-l FIRE1 JIRE-njIRE!!! The V.3i Knit the Sniare in Ash-. !, S7.000 o liii-rnnre. On Wednesday night ol" 1 5t wck on dti.i-ii-. wore alarmed lv the dreadful saloon occupied Iy Unicode & Ch-.'cklcy enveloped in tlauica ami sending up lir.imls ami -parks which were borne up on the wiml which soon sprung tip, as wind ahv.iv.- do,-- iluriii'' a lire, threat ening de-truction to other portion-; ofthe city. Tin- lire was soon c.nn ntiuicitud to the adjacent Imilding-, t!ie Ifrpublicaii iu-t north of tho s.ilo m ami Dr. Wake field's drug store on the .-ontli. Ilv the .almost superhuman efforts ofuitr citizen the lire was prevented from dostrovin:.' the Livery Stable of the Samuels" Uroth ors, though it several tlnis caught in the roof and hay ; still no efforts could nrove sufficient to prevent its spreading ward the north, and in a short time tin lire fiend took posses-ion of the whole iow of buildings from ...

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. — 21 March 1873

T rte -paVr, ssiaii.tau, w.-anri. :o 1: 'SRMS : $ 1 5.0 per an m If p.. ..wn( o deio e'' ' 'r .han ix in inths in auv voar,$-. will- k charged at tho ojtti n j.)f tne.piib lijVer. jjtvASSAH uu-:.ks DincCToTt. .iTrriiarrilenl In this Column 1.00 per . f.r tweliie Mentha, including Ihe gciicr iKiJ. " A.lTrlUd hrrtare HM Claea "J tbrir BiHirt'"", Occupation or Profr.alon. Attorneys. 'TijXCi KE-U. -T. I. AttmTir.v-at-f,aw A .11 X tary Public, office over Farmer.' Uanlc. jj)Lf-al Buninc-a promptly attended t... Jan. 1SJ3 BUT AN" O.T., Attorney-law, wil pinrtiee in I Ibe cmlrta of Nn-thwet Mi.aouri. S.ri.il ....lion fifen to brtdncw i Ihee-t.intr and yt at. courts. 0 Bee en tin- wet aide of the aiin.lre. GREENLEE Win. S attorney and counsellor "law. rarticlar attention ::iten to t. lectio ,en th wnth Me or the siiurn ..ver IIj' .j'idror'tcTJ. A horse hitched to a buggy run away with two men. named Conner mil Vorion ijii md. ,-, br-nktu.; the .iii.tiMc . 'i ..in . ;. .-t ic- of ti.L' li if...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 March 1873

2UBWS IN BRIEF. THE EASt. At the annual meeting of tlio rttockliolilcrM of tlio Union Tacific railroad, at Sew York, tlio following Board of Dircctorti naa elected : Horaco F, Clark, John DnfT, Augustus Schcll, Oaken AmcH, Oliver Amen, Sidney Dillon, ('. 8. BuBlmcll, Elialia Atkins, Koyall K. Hob bum, F. (lonlon Dexter, E. II. Baker, JoHepli lticlmnlsou, Ocorgo S. ISondoin, Frederick Niclcraon, and O. S. Chapman A train on tlio Tan Handle road ran off tho track not far from rittcburgli, a few dajn ago, and a num ber of iiaxBcngerH were ecriouMly injured. The Gocmment Directors of tlio Union l'acific railroad, at .a meeting in Uobtoii,. re cently, ro-elocted Horaco F. Clark, rrcsident ; John DufT, Yico I'rCHulcut; and E. II. Kollins, Socretary and Treasurer... .Qcn. Fremont bits ho lias no knonlcdgo of tlio fraudulent transactions with wliicli reports from Paris Iito connected hisnanie Judge Illatcliford, of New York, lias enjoined Credit Mobilicr from parting w ith any of its proper...

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. — 28 March 1873

I I 1 I mill ! iWil'fOr &, - rfek ' . . , . h - i . i . ... . j j-. r i t i . . - - -1 - . i r . . o . ... . . ii sr t,.-i rm t . r. t i7 ?- f C 7jT &Krf jJiB BROTHER. C021ehi FARM. . Tour lcllnr rcclied mo, dear Herbert, And I hive rca it all through, ' go no I eoiog to mrer, ' Anil Ulk quite plainly to yon. Bet the troth most be verily told ; .tyslkpf.'de-1dir?6AwI w Our father has grows wonderfully old. tr , q . illliikhelongsforyou'oftcn, And ulic Bertta strong, atardy. TonldKffl find irralth from thftoil of the farm. jSere'ano dlasalilng'il, Herbert," I thinlc yon sadly mistake Imw lifl ruAaobetSff Ihe prof esslona of deotor and lawyer Yjll mtjeojuxy piUl llta packed., Be sensible now, darling Herbert, Eemtmberouramily crttn; t, Remember your-promise to mother Remember harm peor father, fares .! 111 alone with no one to help him ; Don! longer let Idleness charm, lock away jTrom yonrsolf tor onemoment, Dear brother, 'come h'omA to thefarttu ' ' i1 Wsat good did the.few m...

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. — 28 March 1873

-as. REPUBLICAN. MDAT MOUSISO. Oa TticsJaigKjo XcoErz c'.osld :ts earthly eart fnrotov-ISc cilice pass( cr-Sc cilice Ing Into the hands ofthe proprietor of thte Retceuca::. Thor was e.iug been dTntfo- le.AOmo Umo-previous. Oor oflkebclnz decoyed and it being rTitScoU to talro caeh ?noagh to Ptart a ran-nttr-oU'recrthe- Era' n?ao:iai;ic proportion loEell (d uVw.is accepted., Jt Eems utr.i'agt" tb"atfiu" destruction o. the IIeituucam officffiy fire should be followed by'tho death, of the Era, but Boohfathtfjaet; Our adVertisingjates will remain the. Nine, although our circulation equals the combined subscription lists "of the two papers. Advertisers will please make "a note of the fact that money spent in adjiOrig, will go. twice as farnow as formerly., j To our.friends we say: Come 'arid'fW'us in" our new quarters at tho Republican office, north sido the Square latohictPjiwjoUice. i r MR: HUSTON'S VALEDICTORY. . . The folloivihg "parting words" ap peared in the 'final number of the E...

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