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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 6 June 1873

T II K SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. .:.ittintUmlttnn,-Jift3 rent per linx ZSiA'''"? Wow ""rfir f ' felasia are rrhable and &$j"rIin lM-Tt.rteHte renins. ATTORNEYS. WO. """"AttomnyMiBW. oTrtSavawwh Saving ltank, with Uavid P-. ; ' - -Tu- ;LIlVKrX, nttorncy-st-law- and V Vntsrv Public. Pay special nitration "iLrfin- onve anelns: ami iiiTei-tiftailng t over Terrell's harness store, one rff F.n,,rn' Hank. 21 -r-".. nitVAX. attonmr at law, will prat-tlce ft ,in.firnliii Riven to business In the eounty JJSprototr warts. Ofllcc on the wetisideoI ynare. . C-tT v ii. ail)l)lN":siiaiviimllheiraf iifeoflaw. He can lw found at his oldof ffi Srth idde f ,nt' l,ul,,ic Savannah, i - fS HRKKNIjKK, attorney and conn rlloratlair. I'artirular attention given ,.Jtin cinire on the south side oT the i;uBj"k't'ii''i'ng- zL. JTmTh. MAJOR, atloraey-at-law. Will ,nr 1 biHinatt entnrded to him JMx i carefully. Can he fouu.l at the grr' office. Savannah, Mo. 21 "t A WlinTAKKIt attorney at law ami 1 i. General t isi...

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. — 6 June 1873

HEWS IN BRIEF. THE EAST. The defalcations of Norton, late cashier of the New York rostoffice, will reach $125,000. ... Heavy frauds havobecn developed iu the construction of the New York State Hospital, on the Hudson. It was originally intended to cost 5800,000, but over fcl.000,000 has already been oxpended, andtho building is but hardly commenced During the caremony of laying the corner-stone of a church at Bhamokin, Pa., a few days ago, a platform gave way, seriously injuring a number of persons some, it is feared, fatally. . . .The excuse given for the increase of ocean telegraph rates on May 1 was the breaking of the French cable. This has been repaired, and the rates again lowered to the old standard of SI per word to Great Britain, and 10 for ten words to France. ....A suggestion that tho Presbyterian minis ters bo moved from congregation to congre gation at stated times, liko their Methodist brethren, was received with laughter by tuo General Assembly at Baltimore. The frien...

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. — 13 June 1873

1 - jr.. u ftsc ''hid,,-. The Andrew 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1873. V0"L.H.--NO3& REPUBLliif. A PARODY FOR TOE PERIOD. Ttt rate of Gold rising fist, jggii a Wall street panic passed X youth, who as 0001 " peroted to the one device More Greenbacks ! ' Bii too old; his knowing eye Clmfd with a speculation high ; And, of &H mission said or sang, liii, only, Inew his sordid tongue More Greenbacks ! H home, that once was his delight. Be Mr but what seemed mean to sight ; Beyond, the dream of Fortnre shone; HH soul he'd risk, to call his own. More Greenbacks ! " Dewire the end V his elders said ; Woe haunts the pathway you would tread ; Dirk perils lark on exsry side r And, curl to all, his Toice replied, -lllore Greenbacks I Oh stay,' the maiden said, " and be Eieh in the Ioto I'd give to thee !" Short was his answer, with the taunt, you're Tery flittering but I want ' More Greenbacks ! "Beware the certain final crash ! Iicware the banks' and br...

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. — 13 June 1873

tiii: nbrcto jonntu cpuMicnn. TERMS: SIM per year, in ailmnce. O. E.PATJL, Editor anil Proprietor. FniDAY Moknino, June 13, 1873- APOLOGY. Tho-Dclinqucnt Tax List, which is published thw week, fills up the paper to the exclusion'of m:iny items of inter est which are necessarily deferred lo next week's paper. Personal. An item appeared in our Fillmore news List week in relation to the meili--nl treatment of cerUin eases on the 30th of May, which wcaiw told was incor rect. Said cases were under the sole mcd- ir-il linr-re of Dr. Iliu teh, of that city. Mr. Huston, who, we understand, has for a considerable time been quietly all his leisure time to the study of law with a view to entering upon its practice, was admitted to uie li-iron Tuesday of this week. He is a very good speaker, and we predict for l,im :i lirillint career as an attorufy. Fredrick Snyder, Esq., of the law firm of Snyder & Craig, Maryville, no., wasjn the city yesterday, favoring us with a call. Pingor'a Pino Lum...

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. — 13 June 1873

is- V i a 1145 si so 13 IS . 40 49 40 15 49 43 M CO 40 44 49 SO 7093 49 20 40 40 39 SB 4504 19370 110 10 II t 49 130 39 7 49 40 40 80 40 160. 160 1703 40 . 373 40 160 so 80 40 M41 SO 21 K CO SI 39 SI 9 1593 100 80 59 06 40 89 3 85 80 SO 19 80 4837 49 OS 40 SO 40 47 to 83 160 40 40 40 40 to (97 W 40 40 SO 80 02 79 G3 80 40 .19 40 80 40 ,40 5 1 lULIIiHT nr udrcw comity, for tho tiixcs of Uio Vear J&7-- A ol laui3s aml town Ls situated in Amlrew county, IMis ' ,r; Uion which taxes remain uu- naiil ' witl tlic Uixcs tluc tlltiri;o". as L,K.ars by tho Tax Hook of said coun tr ior tho year 1872, anil which were returocil delinquent on the 1st day of January, 187:5, by Julius A. Sanders, CoHcctor ol slid county. 2 1 n. at hO 40 970 40 80 1(J) 1W80 80 40 40 1 2 81) 7 8.1 15 80 1U0 10 80 40 74 50 10 U 3) 47 SO 20 10 40 GO SI 5S03 21 40 39 95 42 23 49 450 1 roTal Tax. ' $ c. (I! 81 10 2S B22 1511 29 85 822 1977 uiscitirTipx. "4 83 nptsliairsc ni 4 Si ne pi o . vrothairsa 5 s hair lot 1 ni...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 13 June 1873

HEWS IN BRIEF. THK EAST. It is stated that tbo bonded warehonBos of New York are filled with imported goods, which the importers do not find it profitable to tako out, on account of tbo high price of gold and the dullness of the season..... Ralph Waldo Emerson has returned to bis borne at Concord.... The American Tract Society bas re-elected the old board of officers.... The At lantic Bank is not so badly bnrt by Taintor's defalcation as was feared at first. Its assets are found to amount to 70 percent, of the liabilities. It is stated that Wall street men have gen erally determined, in view of tbo now railroad law going into effect on July 1, to pnt no more money into Illinois railroads.. ..Jay Gould, it is said, is making big offorts to gain control of the Chicago and Northwestern railroad.... The horse disease bas reappeared in Brooklyn and New York-.... George Francis Train has been pronounced sane, and is now at liberty. Boston bas been vistedby anotbor disas trous fire, which ...

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. — 20 June 1873

The Andrew V'-"" " fJ'&&) 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. -SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1873. R FPTTRT mArl? ,4 Wfi SHO WERX Skies o'ercast, Prisoners fast, Rosy cheek and clouded brow, pressed against the window-pan, Little Nellie litena now To the patter of the rain ; On the Ehragles hoars it drop, " Will It never, never stop J" Tearful eye, lifted to the darkened skies, gee no sign of promise there, When the lips the question frame ; Eiro-drops falling everywhere. Patter, patter, Just tho same. " Rain, rain, go away, little Nellie wants to play "By and li near the mother's voice reply. On the hard and barren ground, Where the gentle rain-drops fall, Springing violets will be found; Ood knows beet, who sends them all : April showers Itring May flowers. Tears are dried, Trusting heart is satisfied, little Nellie seeks her plsy, Singing ga yly many times. (Did you never sing it, pray) t Sweetest .of the sweet old rhymes : "April shower Bring May flowers." Softly tread, Kear h...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 20 June 1873

THE t.. inr a., it 1.1: ...... TERMS: $1 50 pertcar, in advance. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprlotor. Fiiiday Monxisn, Junk 20, 1873. THE VICE PRESIDENT ILL. The telegraph brings the unwelcome iittclligcncQ tint there lias been much anxiety the past week among tin few wlio have known the fact of the alarm ing illness of Vice l'resiilcut Wilson. His attack was followed liy partial deaf ness and partial blindness, and the gent-nil character ol his symptoms are such as to threaten a loss of his power and ac tivity, if not of his life. lie is now im proving, but is by no means out of dan ger, lie has been sojourning in Huston for some weeks, under the care of Dr. E. II. Clark, and has seen very few of his friends. His labors in the last elec tion, followed by the strain and anr.iety i last winter, and accompanied by a good deal of labor on his anti-slavery history, are regarded as the immediate oecaMon of his present illness. A SIGN OP PEACE. From the midst of the bloodshed nrchy s nd con...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 20 June 1873

THE , SAVANKAH DIBECTOny. "?Ae, including gtnttt htal. ,73 we "l.-irerlltt -in column ArtrtUelft anil '"('htforrard in Jhtir rtytctUe ccllinut. t ATTORNEYS.- "Tti: smith, . ..- . j Ofic? over Savannah riavinjrJ Rink-i Itl. UJ v id Ed- V. UALDWKIjL,- atto"rney-;U-l'V and ..' 1 l...lli. eruw.ltt itffttitli 1 cvnvevaciu&: iuu u, eouayug S?Wrt-..frW- Rank. Ofll5 over t t-rrru's names? bioroi,uuc G- ia all'tho courts of Northwest Missouri.' fjjKfolioii gieii tobusluessin the county jjlirtOstccourts. Office on the west title ot " , stllklkl Vf 'C trio luitii ILhimii. ticeofisw. He can he foun at his oldof- north side ot the public 'suar.;, Savannah, AV jrfior atlnv. rartiouUr attention givi-n . .vjli-rfions. OfllM on tin- south side of the. n-Bjnk "'M'S- 23 MIS I. M.UORS, atloniey-at-law. Will mimct all bu-dm-s entrusted to liim S -nptlv and carefully, pi I ftSSir.roflicr,&arannali, M, 1UM1HI m tuc A. WIIITTAKKH attorney at law nnd I i. c?nmil Claim Agent, Savannah Mo. Sol diers' ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 20 June 1873

im , rrrwj a.m NEWS IW-JiXIEF. TIIK EAST. The International Typographical Union, recently in session at Montreal, elected the following officers tor the ensuing year; Tresi; dent, VI. K. Hackean, Washington; Fust Vice President, Wm. Kennedy, Chicago; Second Vice-President, W. O. Johnson, Troy ; Secre tary and Treasurer, John CollinB, Cincinnati ; Corresponding SecreUry, J. E. Hawkins, Memphis. . . .Tweed's trial has been postponed till October. George McDoskeix, the Bank of England forger, has been sent back to London in charge of the English detectives.... The defense of young Walworth, who killed his father in New York, will be insanity. Charles O Conor, tue distinguished advocate, who is an old friend of the family, will assumo charge of the defenso as senior counsel, and will be assisted uy ex Judge Beach, ex-District Attorney Garvin, and others The oxtoimive woolon mills of John Brown & 8on, Philadelphia, wore recently destroyed by fire. Loss, $150,000 Iew York city does a ...

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. — 27 June 1873

.'iJAv' Hi' 1 ciMHA'i JJSAUJAV "' a-n iwiriyip i "W'Waiss.ii;i1i.wii r. O TT N T 0. R PAUL Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, PRIDAY, JUNE 27, 873. THE THE STAMPEDE. z Do you like horses T ' - WeU,eodoI; i ' But I rook rat, though, When a storm U nigh ; They loe their wtts, I . . And an crazy Una I suppose ttw because They trs eg like men. ' Did yon see 'em Out on the Plains Capture a mustang 7 I. It's north your pains; Ton throw for the head, , And catch the same r i Then blow in his nostrils The creature la tame 1 1 - But about being scared ? ' IwaigolsjrtoMr lc ;t"i' That homes in storms ' Is no child's play; Old trappers know it, I 'And fight 'em shy, When thunder begins ' , , To growl ia the sky. . T , ,1 was riding once, -i When a tempest came ; . , . . , T.e sky and the earth ' ' . ' ; :, ' 1 'Wis's sheet of flame; " .'My goo horse trembled. , In every limb ; f J Twa enough for S f L a. Jj!m?I,f?rmnl ' j 1 gave him the spur, , And dropped the rein ; I dont care to take , Jhat aid...

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. — 27 June 1873

a" li k nbrcto outtig cpublitun. TERMS: $FoQ per year, in wh-ancc. O.'E. PATJX, Editor and Proprietor. Kill DAY MORNING, JUNI. 27, 1873. Look Out for the X. Those siil-scniors who find a iXaftw their names Anil please' understand tlierefrom that 'thein subscription has expired, and that unless they renew within the next.week, their names will be dropped. ABOUT NEW PARTIES. Some of our Democratic nud Libcu-al friends are giving themselves a good deal of unnecessary trdiibld just now, about turning the anti-monopoly move ment into a political party. On this point many of the Grauges and farmers1 clubs in the West'are taking very scu.-j,-blc action. This is what a convention of grangers in Delaware county, Iowa, last week lias to say: Rttolee.1, That while we iiclmlt t!ic ncecsVit y of rtl'imt iu .psiils.ioii, ami adoption of laws mure ju.t aiul equitable In all clases, uc cannot, in Hie lipit il pj.-t ejpyrieiicvs, hoiw fortius ao roinpllsluneut of these ends by nmvertinp the uruer oi...

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. — 27 June 1873

th r: inDttto !lfftmfi SvWft4. SAVANNAH. DIRECTORY. .ir;" la.Mii couraii, JffjVjt, ffn p?r tine M"c(tJ'. luclttJh? thr tfrnrfSl htaJ.' n,te mlrrrtitt in tkn column are reliable and 1 AjmniNKYigPfti XvlJ Eli W "V 1 1 r m p y-xi t-ln.v ; jsjccoVW5VaimiiiwiiiigifcHiia', mi ltavin a4toYue,-atlavr aud Kays intclal aUeinlod ear r V . Xolars lliblic JiJlH-In'C. omieiamii-!', J IiiT trflice over Tenvll'atu Scasl of Farmers' lUnl anu ttnvesiigatit-ie; 24 rill'-m-a, hii iui nHiii if i nunuHHUWHinn .!jii-ulleeurtsr-v'Opic on the -west sidepi Cyj,. N. I!. GlOOI.VGS h.-ireumrdthijttar-(,ceorUr. lle'can I found at hltJ oldor Cr, jnrlh side of the public square, Savannah uistoiiri tail-f- Zrt t. tlREKXI.EK. attornev wI.roumi W J-llor at law., .PHrilrular attention icin-a iroHecfi". ". Office, on the mtu '-ide of ttte, iliurv, ia new uania nuimiug. . t as TOIIX II. M.UOUS, atlorncy-at-lw., tWIII all business', entrusted ' to lllnt JiLnnJlv ami carefully, 'tim be fonnd at IM TtKUrrr'4 office, 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. — 27 June 1873

.' SM XEE$M$ BRIEF. XBKEABT. Fbikk yTALTfORTH, theyonnjf man Who mur dered his fattier in New York, his been in dicted for mnrfer in the first degree. He will be tried in a few days..... Nathan Britlon, of Jersey City, while in ' drunken fit, shot and killed his boeom friend, John Adams, who was acting as peace-maker between Britton and another man.. . .Dr. Lewis E. Meyers; of Jlid dletown, U. Y., while drunk, fatally stabbed his f ather in "the, breast.... West, the DoTer (Del.) physician," charged with killing, skin ning and mutilating the negro " Oooch" Tnr ner, and-then setting fire to his premises, has been acquitted on the ground that the killing was done in self-def enBe. Ue will now be tried for arson. Jcdoe Fakchab, of KewYork, has granted to Pauline Lucca a decree of absolute divorce from herihusband, Baron Ton Bhaden, who is shown to hare been guilty of marital infidelity in Berlin. j " The counsel for young Walworth will set op the plev.of ael&efenBe, the huuuuty dod...

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 July 1873

0 O TIN 1 The 0. E. PAUL, PuMislicr. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1873. VO JJODL-rNQi 37. Andrew Republican: j - - ' - - - j . ' Tr- - i x-..i : ; riS rAMra twelve'cmldren. Jamury, fat and rosy, strides, His old heart warm, Trail clothed his tide With kindiyIove for young and old.. The cheerier for the braelug cold, Laughing a welcome, open flings His door, and a If e docs, he, sings. February, bluff and cold. O'er furrows striding, scorns the cold, And with his horses, two abreast, Slakes the keen plow do' his behest. Rough March conieshlubtering down the road. In bis wrathy hand the oxen goad, Or, with a rough and angry haste, Scatters the seed o'er the dark waste. April, a child, half tears, half smiles. Trips, rull or little rlayful wiles; And laughing, 'nest h her rainbow howl, Seeks the wild violet in the wood. May, the bright maiden, singing goes To where the sunny hawthorn blows, Watching the lambs leap in the dells, List'nlng to the simple village bells. Jime with th...

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 July 1873

I the !ntrcto onntrj fcpublk.m TERMS: $IM per year, in ttdatnre. O. E. PATJfti'Xanrtr ana Proprietor. FniiJAXjrouN-iNCi', July 4, 1878. Look Out for tho X. Those subscribers ivholinil .in X after llieir names will ileasc understand therefrom that their subscription has expired, and that unless tliey renew withiu tho next week, their names will be dropped. IMPORTS AND EXPOBTS. The foreign trade of the United States is now exhibiting precisely the features that ought to givu satisfaction to all who. have die prosperity of the country at heart. Our imports arc falling oft" and our exports arc largely increasing. The same suite of things is observed at all tho large ports of tho country, but it may bo seen clearly enough by the re turns for Xew York, I'hiladelphia and Itoton. The report from New York bhows that tho exports exceed a total value of $lllf32S,53G, while the imports have reached the value of $18G,'2G1,57'J, an increase in exports of $2C,.7)0,0C0 and a decrease of 310,000,000...

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 July 1873

3f Via---- trf - -3W-3kW . r 11 1: $ l A - . ,. VANNAH DIRECTORY; .."m In Mi colimn, fifty centt prr ime in it column are reliabli and fyufrrrirJ U tktirjreyrttive calhays. rmi3r:Attorniy-al-Iw. OiScruwr 1 v'.i.i.rniin s snore, ..n.-..... J-.StouIime Courts ortl.e tfdi.Iudi- lf & s1? 'Attorncy-ae-Liiitr. TcALOU'Kl.r-. ttttomey-iWaW and "..r::. i..iiiin. Psva seclartittcation Adme Vuvevancli.g' , and iretgtliig SSm over terrfli harness store;, ope --C'nVAJf.attoni.ynt law, will untUca heconm of Northwest irissonri.. Office, on the west side ol Si Iw-.i..'.- Hi. Mil lie found at his old of- t I II IliJLAUa lilICIUIIcil 11 lil.ll.- U ifcVi'lf 'f the puliUc square. Savannah, en and toun- W JtorMliw. l'anii-.ulsr attention given "ninffliJ. )Hic" on the south side oftlie r757jlA.OIJ3, attoniey-at-latr Will T"it all h'iM"i entrusted to him id carefully. Can 1 found at the fyi'j. t!W. s.ivann.ili. Mo. -I :m - l 1 l! . I -,tlni Atrni ' ;...-, i Liim Ain'llt. aavannan io. foi- Sifdainu OS...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 4 July 1873

SVf IfcJJt.-tT- NEWS IK BHIEF. THS EAST. The trial of Sasan B. Anthouy for illegal voting baa just been concluded at Canandai gua, N. Y., and resulted iu a verdict of guilty. ....Vice-lTesident Wilson is rapidly recover ing liis health, lie is nwticatiiig iu tlio suburbs) of Ikmton. St wan B. Axiuosr lias beouBeiitcncl to pay a fiuo of $100, aud llio costs of.,prosccu lion, as tlio penalty for illegal voting.... The colored men of Now York are qkmoring for places on the police force... Tlio Maine Re publican Stato Convention nominated Nelson Whitley, Jr., for Governor, passed resolutions protesting against tho granting of the public lands to railroads and canals, denouncing thcT salary grab, aud condemning all Credit Mo bility transactions. Tiik election officers who received tbo voto of Husau B. Anthony have beeif fined 55 each lloraco F. Clark, President of tho Slichigan Southern and VmorfViLcifiejailrotulB, died iu New York, last week, after a brief UU uess. Mr. Clark was a son-u...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 11 July 1873

"7 i i - ( ' 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. ' SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1873. YOLJL-nNO. 38. ii r , - !. i fi-p' '-n'- ' . ' 1 ' ' ' ' 1, il C K, V' - The I . j ' "4 3 rffjs;( whales: nrEjfpE. ' pt in BM&miivty 'to rwaj tliat the laat "of tho ildat of Nantri'tkt-t lias Just Uon' Hold.1- ban and. lerowne have uiadn Uin,wlial of no accortnt in St wliale that In tlio Arctic was Hire long 1J criMl man been worried, Ijj- by the shore, and lake your ease, Xolongi'rnefd yonr hearts bo flnnlcd. lie whalers of Xantnckrtw IkIb " KoniiTe your "lie" will oeek to fry oul Om, kerosene, inventions Tile, ' ' i Ilaro knocked Kantucket'a brightest eyes' out, r ffiil not for Nan, jrc lifjhtooine wliaicn. To you her troubles ahould bo jilcasure, , Then flap'thoWllowii with your tails, - "' And blithely dance a joyful measure. Eevcngo Is yours ; for man, tbe lubber, Whoso cheerful stort It was, for ages, ' ' To erlrp his harpoon in your blnblicr, Sow blubbers over bis lost wages. And, worse than ...

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. — 11 July 1873

THE - "" -10 :ibrlu jounfn Republican. TKJI.VS: $150 per year,- in advance. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. FicntAY Moitxixo, July 11, 1873. Look Out for the X. Those subscribers who find an X after their names will please understand therefrom that their subscription has expired, and that unless they renew within the next week, their names will Imj dropped. CouxTr.itrF.iT fifty-cent notes arc in circulation. The counterfeit can be de eded by holding the note to the light. when one can see there are no silk fibers in the paper, but is similatcd by irregu lar scratches on the plate which giv the surface impression. The red treas ury seal arc also printed in ink. which will rub and blur over the paper if a person dampens his fingers and passes them over it. Ansunu rumors arc in circulation that cholera prevails in St. Joe. We have good authority for denying it. Furthermore, in "cities where it has ex isted, it has almost wholly' disppeared, jm it has1 now no exNteneo in the country ...

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