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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 15 August 1873

THE 2L SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. ,,.,rli,mrnlt in tkit column, fflj centt per line reatttca, including the general head, note Via aieertite in thu column are reliable an:' ,'rtiaitfomard in their retjteclite calling. ATTOltNEYS. .. iiii:i;i"S " ttornev-al-Law. Otticeovcr J I Alilcrniau's store. Savannah, Missouri. wr,tnrcticeinaUthe Courts oftlie tsiih Judi cal grcnit. Clf C. SMITH, VV Attorncy.at.Lnv. ,'iljceOVerSavamiah Savings Bank, with Oajid I!rt- fl Z-my W. CALDWELL, attoniey-al-law and VV Votary 1'iililic. l'ays special attention i colTreiW. conveyancing and iuve-.tigaling Ltlrt Ofliee over Terrell's iiarm-as store, one tost CTat of Farmers- naiik. aT. I11JYAN, attorney at inw, win praiuce ia all the courts of Northwest Missouri. Sneffal attention given to business in Hie eounty iid probate courts. Oltice ou the west nidi' of tie tqimv. COL N. I. UluiiiAUS uaareitumeiiiiieprar, tjceoflaw. He can be found at his old of (rc, north title of tle public square. Savannah, iTTM S. lilli-....

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. — 15 August 1873

JTEfrtf iJy BRIEF. THE BAST. Tne Government bonded warehouse in Greenwich street, New York, was partially de stroyed by fire on the 30th nit. Loss about half a million.... Newark, N. J., was visited last week by a terrific rain-storm, flooding the streets and inflicting damage to the amount of 200,000. At Philadelphia, the other evening, Ed ward Schusterreiter murdered his wifo by catting her throat, and then ended his own life by taking poison. They were two months married. Jealousy was the cause. . . .Unlucky Boston has been visited by another serious conflagration, involving a loss of 9300,000.... Vice-President 'Wilson is rapidly recovering his health. Joint A. Bbtts, a Brooklyn real estate agent, has failed for $700,000. ...A man named Scbmech, his wifo and child, were killed on Long Island, tho other day, while attempting to cross a track in front of a train.... Three persons were killed, and another seriously in jured, by a collision on tho Alleghany Tr alloy railroad, near C...

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. — 22 August 1873

'. -'. 'f T- . -""Mm -.t . , v 0 O..TIN T " 0. E. PAUL; PuMislicr. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1873. 1 - ..... '.. , The Andrew J0NJL3. Its' 01,1 ,nd ne llTcd ,n ,0De -wltth JolW! a coumy 01 roimia ai ind stout. jud he lived pretty muchly by getting of lon, ' Xai lit nulea wp tothing but akin ana bones, jjA till fcojii were a fat a his corn-pone, iaJ hs'd "bout thousand acres of land. .y, Bin mil bis name was also Jones He twere that he'd leave them old red hills and tiw, for bs eoulJnl male cothln bnt yellowish cotton, jsJ little of ,ud ffnoc wrrc rotten, ind what little com he had that was bonghtcii, ind he couldnl get a living from the laud. tsA the longer he ewore the madder ho got, lad be rose and no walked to his stable lot, ind he hallooed to Tom to come and hitch jor to emigrate fomcuhcre where land was rich, lad to qnit raiting cock-burrs, thistles and sich, ind waking their time on barren land. S him and Tom they hitched up the mules, Protesting that folks were ...

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. — 22 August 1873

THE TERMS: 91 50 per tedr, in AcMte. O.E.FATJL, Editor adPrp4ttt. Friday Morning, August 22, 1873, MOB LAW AGAIN. Calaway county luis achieved a repu tation as unenviable as Cass. Alter tne conviction and sentcnco of Peter Kessler to six years in the Penitentiary for horse stealing, and while in the act of being taken to the Penitentiary last Friday, at Fulton, an armed mob attacked the Sheriff, Colonel Law, his deputy and the Prosecuting Attorney, inflicting danger ous wounds, and it was thought the Sheriff and Attorney could not recover. The convict was then taken out and hanged by the mob, who afterward departed to their homes undisturbed. One pf the most curious eiscumstances in the affair is that, although no disguis es were worn everything being done shamelessly in broad daylight not one name of the participants in this foul tragedy has been divulged. Governor "Woodson's friends (has he any?) arc calling on him to take vigorous meas ures to bring the open violators of the law ...

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. — 22 August 1873

THE AJWAH DIRECTORY. ..rmait in iM column, Jftf cents per' line u, induing the general keai. 71 K.Atrtut i cvtuan are reliable and Jiti'rvtriin their retfective ceuaai. ATTORNEYS. """TiTgCINS, Attorney-al-LaW. Office over ii.ierman'a' Store. Savannah, Missouri, rijjicelnallthe Courts ofthe SSthJitfll- tfT C SMI AttornCy.at.ljnW. clfrSsvsnnah Savings Bank, wim UlJ Irt. W Votary Public. Pays special attentiun MUtCe Over iciuti iwii"iu"i t u."rv.mm' Bank. 21 li ijjii thecourH of Northwest Missouri, "ifil ittention given to business in the county j3f rotate courts. Office on the west side ol feW""l Ctlceoflaw. He can be found at his old of i.i if the nubile sauare. Savannah. . mnnlVfX haintinmiwl thniiir- ...norm. i- ' ' --- GREENLEE, attorney and coiin- V ln,r it law. lartirular attention eiven . "JjiM-iions. Office on the south ttideofthu jffin new Bauk Building. 23 JnrtN" B. MAJORS, attorney-at-law. Will tnasact all business entrusted In him ---.Jiy aid carefullv. Can be found at the...

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. — 22 August 1873

1 1 I BRIEF. T7T E VAST I I Kir r,PTmanboerollerBluiTO been fined 8100 uontnn,! tn sii months' imprisonment, at ic.ir Mun.. for violation or tlie liquor ' ' I J K.mT 19.000 cabin passengers ion jxew york for Europo by steamer during May, June I and July.. -Cubans in New York are prepar- another lanro expedition to land arms and nmmuuition on Cuban soil by tho steamer Vircuiius. - Pobtisd, Me., was nsitoa oy a aisaeirouu conflagration on the 9th inst. Three steam- nr a. larce warehouse, an elevator, ana several freight sheds were bumod. 'lue loss is estimated at $600,000. Five persons were -irivon from one of the steamers by the flames and drowned. Gov Austin, of Minnesota, visited XTcsi- .inni nnnt at I.onff Branch, last week, to in- tcrccde in behalf of the Manitoban prisoners. The Governor is satisfied with the Presi- iWL'a determination to nave me nuira speedily settled At Bethlehem, M. a.., tue other day, a six-horse stage team ran away and unset the vehicle, instantly killing t...

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. — 29 August 1873

'4 The , V ;T1 i '- J t-.V 0.E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI," FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1873. , Andrew Ik if THE ELEVENTH HOUR. TThll, irf Would ye plaae, to apeak alsy And ait ye down there bj the dare? til- ilwp7'r. hghi and ao restlcsa, She heara errj step oa the flare. Hint aita her I God knotre ! She! teen weary For mouths, and the heit dhrlrea her wild ! The lumxner has wasted and worn her Till she's only the ghost of a child. ill I bare 7 i'ea, she in, and Ood help me ! Il Urroe lithe darlints betide, X purty as iver ye tee, sir, But wan by wan dhroopod like, and died. Whit was It th'at tuk there, ye're asllng? "Why, poverty, sore, and no doubt 1 They perithed for food and f resh air, fir, like Cowers dhticd up in a drought. It was dreadful to loee them? Ah, was it! It seemed live my heart-strings would break ; But there days.when wid want and wid sorrow, 'I'm thankful they're K"e for their sake ! Their father ? Well, sir, saints forgive me ! It's a foal tongue that lowers 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. — 29 August 1873

3? J THE TERMS; $1 50 per year, in advance. O. S. PATH., Editor sad Proprietor. Friday Morning, August 29, 1873. PAT AS YOU PBOMISB. The St. Louis Dispatch lias the follow ing eminently sensible paragraph : "The federal gorcrnmcnt holds 873,000 in Missouri State bonds in trust for the In dians, for which the treasury officials re fuse to receive anything but gold in pay ment ofintcrest coupons. The bonds have 'gold' printed plainly upon their face they were sold for gold bonds.and for a long time the interest coupons were paid in gold, but the legislature of 1870 quarreled with the Governor concerning them, and permanently instructed the State Treasurer to pay them in currency. As a consequence the credit of the State has sufl'ercd maleiially, to the detriment of all classes of securities which she ha oflered for sale, and to her own direct loss.as it would be easy enough to show, We are glad that the United States lias the power to enforce its claim. AVhen a State is able and refus...

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. — 29 August 1873

THE -TsjiyAlTKAH DIRECTORT. ...-tiunnf in Alt column, Jfty cent! per lint including the general head. Tkotc Kri,tUt in thU colimn art reliable and v'?:, ' LrJ In lelr reneclitt tallinnt. ATTORNEYS. T'tUGUlNS, Attorney-al-Law. Office over T Alderman's Store, Savannah, Missouri, win oractlM o " "e Oonrta of the JSth JuUl riddrcult. 21 Xff C- sMITU,Attornoy-at-Ln-v. " CrniMhSarlnntUltk. With David oa jj Hen. -B- CALDWELL, attorney-at-iaw ana W Votary Public. Pays special attention ..'InlTtcW, conveyancing and Investigating S? Offi o' Tern0.pliarneiitore, one TBRrAK, attorney at law, will practice In all the courts of .Northwest, Missouri, c-fil attention given to business In the county probate courts. Office on the west side ol nL V- B. OfDDINGS has resumed the prac. u.tv.."rL- He can lie found at his old 01- c jf north side of the public square, Savannah, jUsjonrL TTU S. lilu.r.rM.r.r., attorney mm biuu V stllor at law. Particular attention given JcVllections. Office on the Bouth side...

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. — 29 August 1873

NEWS IN URIEF. TUB EAST. Tobtioss of New Tork, Pennsylvania and Kew Jersey wero visited by a destructive rain etonn on the 12th inBt. Many miles of railroad track were washed away, or so covered with landslides or floods as to be almOBt impassa ble. Pittsburgh reports that so violent a rainfall has-never before occurred there, and through out the country bridges, culverts, dams and roadways have been destroyed, and a great deal of private property devastated. Theue is no truth in the report that a large number of .New York Custoni-Houee officials had been removed for fraudulent practices. DisrATCHES from New York represent that a bitter conflict between gold speculators is be lieved to bo imminent ; that the gold clique is manipulating the market for a currency lock up ; and that a strong combination exists to repeat the experiences of the memorable Black Friday. Tho bears have urgently petitioned the President to interfere A singular con flict between Federal and Statouthority is t...

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. — 5 September 1873

'i -shr-wf aiii5 KJAJI.O if' 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVAOTTAIIy MISSOURI, ERIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1873. - r.r.x The ANDREW e- THE DEVIL OUTDONE.. Old Sick came up to the earth one day, , jjd intq old Washington weeded his way. And having Mime hours to spend for calls, lis thought be would jrisit oar national halla. arriving there be crossed tbs sill, As discussion wag hot on the Salary bill. ow Old Nick, aa everybody knows, Baa power to change both himself and clothes, So, acting a Senator's Tacant chair, Presto, change t and he was there 1 And he said, aa his eyes or the assembly ran, ' " Hooldnt I make a splendid Congressman 7" The bin was read, and the devil aat there, TflU-d back In bis easy chair, With no irticular interest in it, " Till there came a pause of about ono minute ; And In a mice that waa full of dread The' beck action" clause of the bill was read. Old Nick sat up with interest now, To see what the honorable (?) body would do. 1 " For surely,'' said he, " they haven't ...

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. — 5 September 1873

THE TERMS: l per year, in advance. iLKSraaaaaaaaaaaW tSBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaataKacsv Friday Mobninq, Skpt. 5, 1873. Preparations lor the great St. Jo seph Exposition continue to be made in earnest It has been thoroughly adver tised all over the country, and already exhibitors from thirty-three States have' signified their purpose of competing for the numerous and generous prises. The grounds and buildings will bo roomy and in fine order for the accom modation of the numberless Tisitors who will be present. The first well sunk on the grounds furnishes a supply of water which is inexhaustible. It has a pump attached to it which forces the water to the Hght of one hundred, feet, making it very valuable in case ol fire or in fillins tanks. A number of wells nrn in he sunk in different parts of the grounds. The following is the number of gran ges organized in the United States, up to this date : Alabama, 21 ; Arks.ims,26 ; California, 35: Oregon,12; Georgians Illinois, 662; Indiana,...

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. — 5 September 1873

1HE. qmbUrait. gVAWNAH DIRECTORY. '.lautttt.inrludimgatgentralhtad. Thote 'JlrictrlUt in thi column ore nlUtfiH mnd lUtifktforvrd i their rartctfvtfallivgt. ATTOKNEYS. tlHlGUINS, Attorney-at-Law. Omcecter I Alderman's 8tore, Savannah, Missouri. toTrtcticelnallthe Courts of toe SWiJudl- eul jtircult. 87g WC. SMITH, Attornoy-at-Law. OflM over Savannah Savings But. Willi David ttt. 33 rir W. CALDW'KLL, attorney-at-law ud W Notary Public. -Fays special attention t.Mllecting, conveyancing and investigating jjo east or rarmcrs- nan. tic c. y"" . v, v r. 24 C, T. BRYAN, attorney at law, Mill practice I. In all the courts of Northwest Missouri. Knieul attention given robustness in the county iil probate courts. Offlce on the west tide ot ,w.unare. 27 y.nr.. S. B. QIDDtNGS baa retained theprac- I '. .wnrlavr. ne can ue round at nig oiu oi- (m, north aide or the public square, Savannah, if uflnn. ' w-rTH. S. GREENLEE, attorney and coun IV aelloratlaw. Particular attention given t eoDeeUons. 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. — 5 September 1873

NEWS IN BlilEF. THE EAST. The city of Now York ia taking otcpa to puiiieli tbo Italian blave-owjierH in that city. Gcorgo Kcllicr, reporter of tho Brooklyn Union, and Gcorgo 1 Itowe, reporter of the New York Times, were both drowned wliilo bathing on Long Island, a few mornings eince. Tue body of Thomas Munce, a wealthy farmer of Washington county, Fa., who dis appeared Borne time ago, was found a few daya since, by his friends, pickled in tho die-sccting-room of tho Philadelphia Medical Col lege Munco was found drowned on the 3d of July, and tho body was removed to Iho Morgue, whence it was turned over to the Medical College. Quite a sensation was. pro duced by tho discovery. A rniaiiTFOi. accident occurred in Now York tho other day. The walla of a building wliie: a party of laborers were pulling down gave way, instantly killing four of them, and wounding nine othcra so sovcrely thoy are not expected to recover. Threoof the wounded havo sinco died.... Michael Broderick, of New York...

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. — 12 September 1873

The Andrew Republican ,y5fe'tf--NO. 47. 0: E. PAUL, Publisher. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 2, 1873. s 27Lff GOBLIN CAT. "Come klthr, hither, little boy, A aiipenco bright this bit la ; 111 fire it all to the if thou Wilt drown thone little Idttien." Quoth thus the good old housewife she. And thus tbt boy qnoth he : "Lady, IH drown them wllIiuglT, If mine the bit xny be." Thru in & lag she thrust each kit, And tied it with & Inn-string ; And led the boy with bag and bit Like arrow from a bow-6triug. He stood upon the river side. That boy with sunny brow ; "Une, trw," the little kltteui cried lie, mocking, cried, nietr." Then, purring, rubl 1 against his feet Tho jwor old puwie-mother, A if to say, Sweet lad, nay, nay ! O, rare them ! I've none other." Xo pity had that little lad, lie did not care a feather ; llut in the sack be Uinist the rat, And drowned them all together. Then felt that little boy that ho Had done a dreadful deed ; And so he turned with brow that burnt d. ...

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. — 12 September 1873

THE Jnbto ownlg Republican. TERMS: Si 60 per year, in adcawc. O. E. PATJIi, Editor and Proprietor. Fkiday Morning, Skpt. 12, 1873. BEN- BUTLER DEFEATED. Much interest has been felt in the con test for the nomination for Governor in Massachusetts. General Butler, who, as a political worker, probably has no superior, has been putting forth his best efforts for the nomination, and for a good while the prospects seemed to be favorable for his success. His opponent, . Governor Washburn, is the present in cumbent, but so vigorously did Butler's friends push his claims that the delegates to the Convention, as fast as chosen, were designated as "Butler" and "anti Butler." The Convention met on Wed nesday, however. Ex-Governor Bul lock was made Permanent Chairman, and addressed the Convention. The af ternoon was consumed in discussing the preamble and resolutions offered by Gen. Butler, directing that the delegate named Green be debarred from voting in the Convention, as he had declared his ...

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. — 12 September 1873

fntrrfto onntn fforobliran. & . "savannah directory. MrtiiW" ' '' column, fjli cenlt ptr line rZonttcai, including the general head. Ihotr JJL durtite in Ihit column are reliable and ,"rtiqhiforirir& in thtlr rt'pectice callliigt. ATTOltNKYS. "ToTlKHilXS, Attorney-at-I-aw. Offlceoer I Alderman's Store, Savannah, Missouri, ffill practice In all the Courts of the 2Hh Judi cial Circuit. W" "f. SMITH, At to mo y-ut-L.il -v. Oifiri otit Savannah Savings Bank, with 'lid r Xf. CALDWELL, attoniey-nt-law and V , Notary Public. Pays special attention T ncr rtiiv-i'r,:inr.In'r nnil inveti-rsliM- title. Office over Terrell's burners store, one door eait of Farmers- isauK. SI aX, BRVAN, attorney at law, will practice . in all tlie courts of Northwest Mi-souri. Swcial attention ghen to business In the county iS probate courts. Ofllce over the jail, op posite Probate oftlce. 27 COIj. N. II. GIIIDINGShasn'jumedlheprar ticeoflaw. He can lie fouml at his old ni tre north aide of the public sq...

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. — 12 September 1873

NEWS IN BRIEF'. TUB EAST. Gov. Dix lias written a letter to Mayor Ilavemcycr, declining to furnish arms for the New York police... There is tronblo browing among tuo city antlioriticH of BrooUyn, N. Y. It Is stated tliat a largo amouut of tlio city's necurities cannot be found, for the roafeou that tho lato Assistant Treasurer speculated with, tho funds, and tho securities were gradually absorbed. This gentleman makes counter charges againt other city officials whom he claims aro implicated in the affair Aid. Nichols, of 1'hiladelphia, has been ueutenced to nino months' imprisonment for extorting exorbitant fees. Is tho course of tho investigations that have followed tho collapso of tho Brooklyn Trust Company, it has been developed that Kodnian, tho cashior of tho concern, and Deputy City Treasurer of Brooklyn, has Btolou about 5250,000 belonging to tho city. Ho has been arroslcd, aud will bo prosocntod... .Tho citi zens of Nowburg, N. Y., are improving tho appearance of the old hea...

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. — 19 September 1873

0 0 TIN T r The Andrew 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOU1U, F1UDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1S73. VOL. H.--N.O. 48. 3$ KEPI! BLIC AN MX' VIOLET. X Violet by in Ue grass, A tear in its golden eye; And ii Mill, Alls and aba ! Toe night is over and goae. Another d-ty is auigh, And I am alour, since ! Xbere i none to rare if I die. There i none to b glad that I live ; The lovers thry pass me by And never a glance they giro. And I could lme so well, so writ ! If one could but tarry and tell A tale that w as lo'd to me only : Jly lover might go his ways, Bat through all the nights and the il.-y I should never again bo lonely ! Then sudden there fell a look Into that violet's heart. It lifted its faceviith a start; It arwe; it trembled and shoot. At lat, O at last ! it cried ; Dow n ilrcK'icd its head, and it died. In 0d in Heaven ? Is the light Of the moons, and the stars, and th suq, His or the Evil Ouos ! Is he ci uc 1. or mad, or right ! The ransy that grew by the n ail. Its heart was heav...

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. — 19 September 1873

t n e 1 Q nbrctu Sontttg Republican. TERMS. SI :0 per year, in wJvnnrc. O.E.PAUX, Editor and Proprietor. Friday Morning, Suit. The most remarkable sale of short horn cattle ever made took place at Uti c.i, New York, oil Wednesday of last week. One hundred and eleven head of cattle, composing the celebra ted New York Mills herd, the property of the Hon. Samuel Campbell, were sold at auction for an apgri'-ptte sum of 83.S0.89O. The Eighth Duchess of Geneva brought the startling prieo of S10.C00. The Tenth Duchess of fie ncya sold for $33,000, and S30.G00 w given for the First Duchess of Oneida. Tho average price paid for ten of the Duchess tribe was $2 1.700 each. The Chicago Tribune says this herd was be yond quo-dion tho most valuable ever got together, and its sales attracted fan cy stock-breeders from every part of this country as well as from Europe. The three highest prices were paid by Englishmen. The Graphic balloon enterprise is a fizzle. While being inflated on Thurs day of ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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