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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 May 1873

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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. — 2 May 1873

- i . : .1 . iKT-VsaTB:.' - 1 mr XEWflF BRIEF. ' THE EAST. CxniftLLtiXB, of the Atlantic, lias, been teranred by the Halifax Investigation Com 'miesion, and his commission revoked for tiro yeara, Nzaklt a quarter of a. million dollars of United States bonds, which had been obtained by McDonald,-alias Bid well, and his associates . in the Bank of England forgeries, .were recov ered in New Tork the other day. .Ontof 300, 000 obtained from the bank by these forgeries, all bat $30,000 has already been recovered. Hast Gattset,, while returning home, at Cohocs, N. V., the other night, from a funeral, fell down an embankment, and became bo mired in mud that she could not extricate her self, and -was in this manner strangled to death.... The number of passengers who aro booked at Now York to cross the AtUntic this season is 21,300.... Sixty thousand emigrants have arrived at New York since Jan. 1. . . .The Ball's Head Bank, of New York, which sus pended some' time ago, has been reopened for...

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. — 9 May 1873

1, .3JA8H01 SMHAI 3J8AUJAV 1.. mi 3 lit 0. E; PAUL, Publisher.! SAVANNAH, MISSPURI, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1873; The A1)RKV Ill CLOUDS WITH SILVER LIMXU8, btxastcolbt: Xltre'8 never day so Bunnji But a Uttle cloud appears ; ' , There's never a life so happy ' But baa hid its time of tear ; Yet (lie tan shines ont the brighter When the stormy tempest clears. ' ' There's neTer a garden growing With roses in erery plot ; , There's never a heart so hardened , - . . Bat it has one tender spot ; We have only to pursue the border To find the f orget-me-jot. Thei iit neTer a cop so'pleasant . .Bat has' bitter .with the sweet; . There's neTer a path so rugged ,Tht bears not the print of feet ; And we have a Helper promised For the trials we rosy meet. K?l1 There's 'never a sun that rises .... But we know twill set at night ; The tints thai gleam la the morning t ft I . At evening are just as bright ; And the hour, that is the sweetest Is between the dark and light. There's never a dream thatHi happy...

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. — 9 May 1873

THE TERMS: $1 50 per year, in ailrance. O. E. PATH., Editor aa& Proprietor Fkiday Morning, May 9, 1873. SPECIAL GOVEBNMENT TAX. Bjr reference to an advertisement in our columns this week, liquor and to bacco dealers will note the fact that all special (license) taxes expire on the first of May, and innsthc renewed forth with. In lieu of receipts heretofore given, a stamp will be furnished, which is to be posted in a conspicuous place in the establishment. MouERir, in this State, has been rat ed as a small town of no very great im portance, but Dr. Ferguson, of our city, prcscuts us with copies of two daily newspapers printed in that town, botli very presentable and vigorous looking sheets. That town must be going ahead, or else is possessed of two surprisingly enterprising newspaper men. The Daily and the Enterprise are the names of the papers; both have leen running about a month. From these we gather a report of the State Medical Association, which met in that city last Friday...

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. — 9 May 1873

St&M KM mm I It fit 1 A Tin: Unto &"8 gWto :v5nah directory. -.f,lalita. .Afar ct'ntl per tint' ibrtaf?:' lucliuliig tilt general head. Toe ATTOltNEYS. 7w.lWKLL, attnrncy-at-lav ami rir .-.Vi ih.hii. ivm sneclal attention i".tj.,S? VnTcvancIiiu mid instigating Terrell 'a barney alurc, one &V Si i ih? court f XortIiwt Missouri, f l,SiVfcm eiicii M business in the county wjSSSSStf" omee ca the westsideuf J?"; 2 7i- n.flIIHlXUnaareimcuuieprac-0L-;,'i- He can lc found at his uldof- 0.-nflai-. He can lie 1 8'iuare, bavounah, 33' a. iVHoratUw. Articular attention given "nitioai Office on the south side orthe " fA(C attoruey-at-law.- Will T":. .11 buiL ncss. entrusted to nun U Sral eanluUy. Can be iSSSr-iffllce, Savannah, Mo :an be found at me at lav and f! General Claim Agent, Savannah Mo. Sol- S-ol- 1 bact imv and bounty, widows' and HJ ntntionsand general odlretlcns attended KrMt tare and promptness. Also, for arent1 for the Atchion. Topeka T?p IL-ulrosd Company. All lnquli ...

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. — 9 May 1873

UTEF. HoosierBaotm, jnof .U0' moat notorious of Ve8lcifcOMcJ".feen arrested in NewYorka,aroM)gS.Bin of 614,000..... Mrs. HenrSt Hew-York, daring a fit of insanity, Uw'p&w dy, Brardered her two little children. JisWinearnc -was not, profitable' in the veatttalfee Boston firo. The President of the tiartwtion of Underwriters at New York Bays SSi.'' the .'companies of "this country lost '6,329rW8 ia 1672. The total loss in the Boston fireAW.OOO.OOO.of which e)36,7S5, 513 has botBlierne by the insurance companies. ....Usmy3j'rei??lik4y' to,laet much longer in it York State. The Grand Jury of New Yorlceitywfio'Iearned' the titter inutility of the law-in the effort to enforce them, recommeaded the Itegislatureto abolish them, and this sSgBBgMaW resulted in the intro duction of a bill" for IneST repealThlch has passedtSenatybyaToto'of;'ntol2. :l At Albany, TfjCllertoyjJailey has seized 23 locomotives and 33 passenger and three bag gage cars of the New York: Central and Hud son Hirer Rai...

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. — 16 May 1873

5-4 .J c 6 TJtfr Jit 1 t . - -.0. E, PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1873. " r J-.-.-.,'. ' ) w m x "m - , s'x -jT r T-tt : : : . . . ' I i . i f " j lWjimnKK r. a i 5 & WRECK OF THE ATLANTIC. bt iraJJAM c. Mciuitrvi ' ' Xbry built the ship wlUi canning art, , Itstinct with skill ill every part ; Aai perfect as they deemed her form jtrj named h" for the Sea of Storm. The itormj Sea, with smiling f ace, Ityled (he lark In fond embrace ; Andborebcr on her breast with pride, la graving fame, from sido.to tide, ll;nsail:' "The sea has found her Qm-eu Such strength, such speed, was' never 'seen." And 0r the Hood they went and came, IMoyed by the vessel's namo and fame. TU1 moaned tho jealous Sea, al length "Men must not mate' with mine her fctrcngth !" Till raved the jealonsngry Sea-'- '!; , There shall not two Atlantic be 1" " . - ' . ' That hapless rivalry Is o'er ; The ship lies broken .on tho shore ; nenwill fear again to nam il (o the Sea's dread fame. A riv...

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. — 16 May 1873

THE TEBM& $1 00 per year, in advance. aJBPx9.r.a?aCikw O. E. FAUX, rUtor aad Proprietor. Friday Morning, ' May 1G, 1873. OONTBOLING RAILROADS. -tilt shall be filed in the office of the county clerk. Sec. 5. The county court shall hold ibur sessions each vear. commencing. respectively, on the third Mondays of Jauuarv, April, July and .November, -uui hold suoeial terms1 at such times as .v faiajo -ity of the members of said coart may think, necessary, and shaH have liower to adioura from time to .time as as they may deem necessary. Sec. 6. Soecial meetinsrs of the coun ty court shall be hel l only when request ed by at least a majority of the mem bers of the court, which request shall be in writJntr. and addressed to the county elerk, specifying the time and object of such meeting, upon reception ot wbicn said clerk shall immediately transmit notice, in writing, of such meeting, to each of the members of the court who hare not joined in such request. Sec 7. The mcmbenrot the count...

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. — 16 May 1873

" -gift V si f lHE BIRECTORT. ATTORNEYS. w CALDWaXL, nttoroeyeat-law and KotaryPnbo .PrpeeUlMentIoB .mriv iutnener at law. trill rjr&UJc a li all the courts of. Northwest Missouri, f i .ttentlon given tobusinrss In the county rtbste courts. Office on the west aide of nw""- C-r, v u ainDlNUohasixtiraediheprae XwafUW. He cn be found at hi old ot ZzX mc of the public square, Savannah, W Tillor atlaw. Particular attention given "nons. Office on the south side of the Wknew Bant Building. ZtHnfl MAJORS, attomey-at-law. Will Tuaei all business entrusted to him LESvaiid carefully. Can be found at the flgjng's office, Savannah, Mo. 84. "i A WIItTTAKER attorney at law and I! Gewral Claim Agent, Savannah Mo. Sol elalrat against the Government for land !Lrfj7bck Py bounty, widow' and nentlons and general eollections attended iiSi treat care and promptneas. Also, for rliandland agent for the Atchison. Topeka ISSre Railroad Company. All Inquiries ynswerrd. Ke will ticket parties to all Ute ro...

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. — 16 May 1873

news in brief. the, bast.- , A Halifax dispatch says! tho wreck of tho. Atlantic has"lcon almost blown to pieces' with gunpowder, and large, quantities of, goods have beenjsepjered. Many bodies are being, brought up. The most of. them are fright fully mutilated, .AboutSTO bodies havo.thrm far been rocoTCred.,.. The autopsy of James Brooks eUowei that, he died of an extensive cancerous disease of tho stomach,;which,haa probably occupied several years in its develop ment, r r, A Kwarnrci. accident occurred on tho morn ing of jthe&L,inet, on the Grand Trunk rail road of Canada, near Montreal. Three cars of tho Fortland express .train jumped tho track, broke the couplingand roUed.dowii an ombankmont .Jhirtyj feet high. . Thirty-two persons were more pr- less injured, .some of whom will die;of ,theirLWonnd.-...Mre. Redely, living near Brussels, Ontario, recently drowned her throe children, and then attempted to drown herself. Temporaryv.Ain8anity., Re ceiver Strong, of the Atlantic N...

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. — 23 May 1873

The Andrew SSI .-..h-r:. . . V V' 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1873. fo L.IL--NOr3i; WILLOW WHISTLES. ET OUT! A. WADSWORTH. H world to wide awake to-day, The laziest drone are bustling, The brook dips by, the wind la gay, And every leaf la rustling ; This shady bank, "neath Beech and Oak, With lance-like grasses bristles, Aid yon and I, two idle folk. Bit making willow whistles. Oil, heavenly sunshine of the May, Succeeding winter hoary, What shade can shut its light away, Vrtt gloom resist its glory 1 Down through our leafy canopy Cart myriad golden missiles, ind nil! the brook, the bank, the tree, ind e'en the willow whistles. Each wealth of leaf such worlds of green ! Sash balm, no words can otter! And all the birds that e'er were seen Hare gathered here to flntter; They pertly perch, with heads awry, Upon the swaying thistles. And evidently wonder why We're making willow whistles. Bow dare yon, comrade, trifle so, In these grand forest temples, And ...

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. — 23 May 1873

lit. . , . . arra(wwS'' ' " . . : -- r&fe-!:- -zZll -. -v-sr MM.MKiBSEBSiSSSiSM"SSMWSMMiaMSSiMSSSlMy"S - ' THK Hrcto ottntg publican. TJ!RMS: 81 50 per year, in advance. O.E.PATJL, Editor and Pr oprlo tor. Friday Mouxixa, May 23, 18a TOWNSHIP OBGAETIZATION. This week we finish tip the publica tion of the new Township Organization Law. Itwill be seen that the old law, a-liirli was voted iiiion last fall, ami concerning the adoption of which in An drew county so much bad breath ha.- liven wasted, is explicitly repealed, and wc in tills comity arc left precisely where we would have been had no law of the kind ever been passed by the Legislature or' voted on by the people of Andrew countv. The censure here tofore heaped on the innocent heads 'of Andrew county individuals rfiould be transferred to tins "Solons" who met in Jefferson City last winter, upon whom worse than severe censure ivnnlil nnili:ililv not be inisauiiliu i. Ac- " i - cording to tho law adopted by these wiseacres, 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. — 23 May 1873

THE fiforxto Sonntn ijtpuLTican. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Vtr Hue V.:'rMin . including Ike aentrtl htat note . adetrtite in Ikfs ctlaan are reliable and tfftiqktferxari ia their tet-iteUte eollinat. ATTQKXfiYS. xT W. CALDWELL, attorney-M-lav and' W X-darr Pa'slic. Pays epecial attention i cuUcftinjr. "conveyancing and Investigating ,im Oflire over Tcrn.ll 'a harucj store, one door east of r aimers' Haul:. 'il flltVAX, atloruavat law, will practice i all the ro.irt4 of .Xorlliwol Missouri. shrill attention ijilrn tolmine" In the countv riQurolMte courts. Office oil the west tide u't SproUt ite square. . zl OOL.-X. QllHHX(iliarciim!Hltlieiirac liceoflau'. lie can Ik; fouud ut his old of north side of the public square, Savannah, yiiouri. 3-' TTH. i. UREEXLEE, attorney and coun V sellor atlatr. Particular attention Riven ..collection. Oflice on the south side of the square, in new ISvik Building. 23 JOnX 15- MAJOUS, Httonicy-at-taw. "Will transact all limine entrusted to him tiromptly and c...

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. — 23 May 1873

SEWS IN BBIEF. THE EAST. Tex Supreme Court of New York lias denied a new trial to Stokes, the slayer of Junes FUk, Jr. He has still the Court of Appeals and the cxecutivo clemency of Got. Dix to go to....Fowler 4 Slocom, dry goods importers, of New York, haTo failed. Liabilities, S500,- 000 ... .The forty-eighth annual meeting of the American Tract Society was held recently in New York. The receipts of the year from sales were $126,887, and from donations, etc, $116,873. The balance in the treasury is $21, 931. The distribution of religious works amounted to 75,000,000 pages. Justice Strong, of the United States Supreme Court, was elected President, and Bishop Johns, of Vir ginia, Vice-President. New Yoek city is placed in a sad predica ment in regard to her financial affairs by a recent decision of the Court of Appeals, de claring unconstitutional the law of 1872, levy ing a tax of 3 mills on the taxable property of the State to supply the deficiency in the city treasury. The treas...

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. — 30 May 1873

W: 2J8AUJAV iw Jo Publisher. !. .'t'v-a i SAVNMi,gVQSSOUM? FRIDAY,' MAY 30; 1873.- 1 J r. .1 .1 I "T tn i"nr , -. a., -r , . - i . - , -s -JtW.A 1 he ; mm DiEiyMWii ' ' THE MURDERER OF JUE. PERIOD.. lUter Bret JUrte n47ohnHy.j ije.Ithot'ilum. mat of itt 3Ton mike a creat. About smaH matter, I think. - ., .Ike eye Hulling nre and the eland on the brovrA Tbraten vengeance; but why. tboiddliutnk? -lis jrablic tnit rages, you Journal that 'rave' : WJien a dog's day ends quick!;, like thU,. 'frijr iat jour.iharp jvorda for somebnstness more :,. .jjv . 4. . r - i Dont waste four not breath In a hiss ! ' 3 was mad when. I shot hiru a minute or two 5 lVfll was lost, conscience blind, .rrasonJslaiik. HU1 yoa punish the deed that a man mtut do z ' Erne the mill wben'the fate tur n'tue, tnnk ? Tree, I knew it was coming this madness; thonflht. If I met him he surely wonld die; ' Bo, lest Hell min its prey, the good Jpiiol -was1 bonght, Trss the frenzy that-bought It, not!; i, .Dnt.nhat, after;...

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. — 30 May 1873

t It 151 lr TIIL nbrchi nfn Republican. TERMS: $X W per year, in advance. -Q. E. PATJX,- Editor gad Propria tor. Friday Mornixo, May 30, 1873. "BACK PAT." Those, members of" Congress who vot ed to themselves Increased "backpay"' hare conic in tor a fair share of news-, paper censure. Jt is to be hoped that newspapers arc actuated from motives of patriotism and honoty rather than tlcmagogucry and spite. It is a finu thing for the Democratic press. They can now ring the changes upon the "salary grab," done by a Republican Congress. It is a subject of wonder to pome how they cm charge Republicans with it when Democrats were equally implicated; but it is nevertheless done. Kditors whose reputation for honesty never existed, now have a cheap road to mm nil excellent name for Durity of purpose by assailing those Congressmen who voted, to increase, their salary, and they use the handle with surpri.Mng ef fect, calling United States Representa tives and Senators "villains," "thieves," and 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. — 30 May 1873

THE TgANNAH DIRECTORY; - j ftrlw including tht grneralhead. Thote fgfytfortpxr&Jn their mtctivetiUhujt: A i. Jnl" J 'a ivniiin nitride cuhu ATTORNEYS. W. OAuUn "KI.l.,attornry-at-law" ami -",...-,- PmIiIIm. P-irslieel:!! attention in edTr5uiff. VnvroucW,aml InveWIsatiiiK iTlrt. 0" onT- TerrcllU. harness store, one a' T- BKOX, nttorny at law, will praltice It -jnalLthc court 'f' Northwest Missouri: Jijrtl attention Riven toliu-dm-m.lh th county" iifpfOUiHtcouris Office' on' the west-aide ol COL. uit"'i' ticfoflaw. He on north side of the l sot. . Tt. aiIlIN(;Shasreumedtlieprae,- irt.n5""- " ' "-'- ' vtTV s- UKr;b.i'i.r.,ani)roiT ana conn V sellor ntlaw. rartir-nlar attention jriven ..Vjleettons. Oltire on the south side of the Src nr Bank llnlhlins, 2J ronSB.MAJ .1 irtnuct all Will business entrusted to him leamntlyand carefully. tSm he found at the fnssurrr's oHlee, .Savannah, JIu. 21 ( A. WIlrTTAKKR attorney at law and ), tienrral Claim Ajrer.t, Savannah Mo. Sol MeTs' claim ag-...

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. — 30 May 1873

jags rr - r .-rAae.a-. reggli!f : Lmmmiiti - J . 1 i I I a nrJizt mVT PT T A V II I . -. 1 HEWS IN BRIEF. TBX BAST. Lmol IiBgiaSAlci was hung at Hometown, N. J., on the 15th inst., for the murder of UU wife ; nd on the f oUowjng day Michael Nixon Buffered a like penalty inNew York city tor.the killing of Charles Pfeifer....Bev. Dr. Benja min H. Paddock lias been elected JEpiBoopal Bishop for the diocese of Massachusetts. GronoE William Cortib, -the editor of. Hmivr' Weekly, and late member of the Civil Service Commission, is filling the pulpit of the Unitarian Church at New Brighton, Staten IslancC during the absence of the regular pea tor.... The fifty-seventh annivereary of tho American Bible Society was held in Philadel phia last week. From an address made by ltev. Dr. Fellows, of Madison, Wis., it appears that tbero are 3,600 auxiliary bodies in the United States; that more thahT30,000,000 Of Bibles' havo been distributed througn ine agcncy'of the society, and it is now sending ...

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. — 6 June 1873

The Andrew KEPUBLlCyyif 0. E. PAUL, PuMi; Wisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1873. VO;L.ntrNO,35.: BABY BUNTING. pa Tom Hughes'" Memoir of a Brother" there fel poem written by George. Hughes, prompted jy the Emreror Napoleon' diipatcli to (18 Empress bout ut0e Louis haling passed trough hl baptism of fire, that la Tory notable, jrfcit recent eff asiou la so charged with a fierce and lilttr scorn? Byt baby Banting, Baddy's gone a-hnntlng, Bath of human blood to win, To float bis baby Bunting in. By, baby Bunting. Whit means this hunting? listen, baby Bunting Wounds that yon may sleep at case, Death that yon may reign in peace, Sweet baby Banting. Xes, baby Bunting ! Jolly fun Is hunting ! Jacqnca in front shall bleed and loll, You in safety gorge the spoil, Sweet baby Bunting. Mount I baby Bunting, Bide to daddy's hunting ! On its qnlet cocky horse. Two miles in the rear, of course, Precious baby Bunting. Ah, baby Bunting 1 Oftentimes a-hnnUn, Eager riders get a spill Let na...

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. — 6 June 1873

THE $nbrcto gOttntu tpnblicnn. VERMS: SloO per year, in mlrancc. O. S. P&W, Sell tor imaPraprletor. Fitln.vV Mouning, Juxn G, 1873. fiECONCIUATIOH'. It seems to us high tims that our Southern brethren should throw n.-ide. their foolish and absurd prejudice jigainst and hatred of "Northern men.'" W'a did not expect to sec it done in one or in two years, but time enough has passed. Since the war the Union men of the country have ltcen the very soul of magnanimity in their dealings with those who had at one time held the knife at the throat of the nation. With outstretched arms wc have implored them to return once more to participa tion in the government they had once tried to destroy. Not a life lias li-ccrt taken noenn estate confiscated as pun-i-Iuncat for the crime of treason. With a haste lht roused the serious appre hensions of many lovers of their country, pardons have lccu granted those who were fiercest advocates of the Southern Confederacy. Could magnanimity or rralem.il ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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