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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 19 September 1873

ttbrUj low"!' &epnMir;tn "SAVAHNAH DIREC'iTOU ".rnfrtitlcaJ. Thus ' Airtriiit in I'M lolumu art Minnie am .!?fii( in Mi lolumu i ,inijhifurirari in their ntjicctice cnl!i,njs. ATTORNEYS. "TclIIUHlN'5! Attorncy-nl-I.-uv. Oftim over I ulinnaii's Store, riavaiinah, Missouri. Mil practice in all the Courts ofthe lil.h .Indi- ciaiun-uii tit 0. SMITH, W Altoriiey-:il-Liiw. (JsrtoerSavannah!iiVlBglULls. with David lies. 7". y o.VI.DWI'LI,, uttoniey-e.t-laiv nntl y Voliirv rublic. luv.s spiclst utlctilioii i,, pjll-.tin, ctiiivcvjin-iiis' iiinl invt tisutiiiR ,"i. Office oicr leirell's hariicrb More, one Ivrlr cast of runners' Kink. Gr. 11KVA.V, attorney at luw, will prattlee - in nil the courts of Northwest .Missouri. scil attention Riven tobii-im-ss In the county nil probate courts, oniec ovir the jjii, uii poMti 1'rulutc office. - G"o. X. It. ail)IIN;Shisrciiiii:llhepr.ic tice il law- He can he loim.l at his old of-C-, jnrtJi side of the public fi'juure, b.iiani!h, Vinarl. 5i tirjl. ...

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. — 19 September 1873

NEWS IN JUITEF. THE EAST. Gloccesteii, Mann., tho famotw fishing Jiort, lost 35 Iivch and 90,000 by tlio late (,'' on tlio Xova Scotia coant Ten of tho coun terfeit $500 ni'tCB liave been received at tlio Now York Sub-Treasury. It i thought Uiat it will bo fonnil ncceM-ary to call in iho wholo goniiino iiustio of 33,000,000 There if a law in Massachusetts which permits tho Governor to grant conditional pardons ; that in, to iro vido that if tho prisoner bo convicted of a crime committed after his rclcaso, ho shall bo required to servo out tho remainder of his previous ecntcuce. A prisoner who was do taiuod under these, circumstances roccntly ap plied to tho supremo Judicial Court by a writ of haUas corjius for rolcaso ; and that tri bunal has just granted tho application, hold ing that the law is unconstitutional. It cost New York 52,500,000 to run her city government last year Tho Fashion stud farm stables at Trenton, N J., were burned the other day. Nino valuablo horses wero consu...

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. — 26 September 1873

. J i Andrew 0. E. PAULPuMisIicr. . SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FllIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1S73. VOt.II5rNQ.549. tip Republican. J'OU A HE GROWING Old), M.UIY. Twas many ears ago, Mary Mure thin e like to pay When We wa all aglow, Mary Withsuihjne-ejrj day. ' l .wlenthpflnsb-of uuth,try, , "3 tltbtlrfitiiUBinitrcvM " -J. -J .J-WefcalCdonrrb'gtilcdTovoMary, 1 4 j Aud life promises were giTcu. Yon were bright ami wiumir.e 11 n, Mai " The fihrrt of the fair ! TjoyeV lanfih as in our eye, Mary, , , i Ills wilch'ry in your hair. Our young hearts leaixtl jth life, Mary, In eery pulse's throb, , Tor loving was our lift', MaryJ 1 ' ' ' And all the world was lot e. But Time spare not the fair, Mary, . And you begin to show Ills sflier iu our hair, Mary, His finger on ytror brow, . Yonr Mood ha lost its Are, Xsry, Your fcmi has lot its grace ; Years dim your sparkling eye, Mary, And fade your blooming face. To the world you are old and gray, Mary wrinkled, and gray, and old But to me yon fairer grow, Mar...

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. — 26 September 1873

THE nbrtto omitn JcpnbHfan. TERMS: $1 SO per year, in advance. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. Friday Mousing, Skit. 2C, 1873. BANK FAH.TJBES. A prophetic article under the caption of "Who Next?" appeared in the New J'ork Tribune of Tuesday last. It re counted the failures of The Brooklyn Trust Coinyany, The Xew York Ware house and Security Company, and Ken yon Cox & Co., all of whom recently suspended. The cause of failure in every instance was a departure from the line of legitimate banking business, and trading in speculative railway shares. One bank undertook to build the Xew Ilavcn.Middletown and Willimantie rail road. Another made hca vy advances to the Canada Southern, and a third under took to float some Texas, Alabama and New (Orleans railway enterprise. To the Tribune's question, "How many more examples will be needed before the lesson is learned?"1 come the rcponsive occurrences of tho pat few days. One after another have the supposed Ft rang men of Wall street suc...

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. — 26 September 1873

3 UK K 1 ' SAVANNAH DIRECTORY HtfrlitemtnU tnlklt column, fjti emit per line tor out ft", incluilxg tkt general tcad. Thotc vL ticertise i IkU cvlxzui are relltll; and tiftfftnritrdth their retfecjife callinijt r ATTORNEYS. "JCllKllilNS, Attoniey-al-Law . Olllreoicr I AM'TOian's Store, Savannah, -Missouri. A'fil prartice in all ttie Courts orthe iyih.Itiili , cjjl Circuit. :17 7fTC. SMITH, OJl-OTT Savannah Savinga Hank, second door. W CATDYVKLL', "attorncy-at-law and Notary I'ulille. I'ays special attention M emtxnet . , : - . ,rs OJioe over Tcrral's harne? store, one di.,r'flof Farmer.' Hank. it at. IlUYAN, attorney at law, will praitlce , In all the courts of Xorthttest Missouri. VDrtial attr.tion given thuiuess In tin- cour.ty ijl probate courH. Oflice ovir t!i.- Jail, ioiltc Prolate office 27 svOX,. Jf-,l- GintHNOShasresuni'ilthcpnic- I tlCeOI ISM. Jicmitircumimai Jll VIU 111- jrr, north aide of the public equare, Savannah, tVljjinri. ST, rM. S. ,Kr.r..L.i.i., attorney aim conn ...

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. — 26 September 1873

NEWS IN BRIEF. William Bbishteau and Benjamin F. Welsh, members of tho Board of Worka of Jersoy City, charged with corruption in oflice, have been tried and found guilty,". . .The' balloon in which Trof. Wise was -to at tempt an aerial voyage across tho Atlantic ban collapsed, and with it tho enterprise ban mif f ered a fike f ato. A New York dinpatch bf the 12th thus tells -why and how the project caino to nanght : " An immense crowd visited tho Capitolino Grounds, Brooklyn, this afternoon, to witness tho departure of the big balloon for Europe. The process of inflation commenced at an early hour this morning aid coutiuu'ed steadily until ten minutes past 4, when the balloon suddenly swayed to tho noith, ripped bolt way around, with a great tearing noise, aud fell flat upon tho ground. The immense volume of gas which had been pumped into it, .nearly 100,000 fec escaped at the same moment, nearly suffocating, those who i-tood ou tho inside. .Inspector Polk,, JIr.Goodsell and Police ...

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. — 3 October 1873

The 0. E. PAUL, PuHLshcr. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1873. Andrew Republics. 4 LITTLE TUIXas, One fctrp ami then auolher, Autl the Itiije-t walk it- end tit ; Ouc Mitch sntl then atinthiT, And the lariat rent if lurmlcil ; Oiidriii aud then another, And the hi?ht.t wall is made; i Jn6ll:iVe piKiii another, J And thedeeict-t MiowwlahL 1 Si the little coral workers, ly their lmv l.ut cmiFtant motion, Hate limit iiplliciye 1 rttly Mauds Iu the distant, dark llue ocean ; And the nnblont nnclertatinKH Mail's v.icJom hath coneeiel, Jly oft -repeat wl effort lla o leon patient ly tchieve!. A little 'tis a little word. Hut much may in it duell; Then let a warning icice lo heard. And Irarn the eHou wrell ; The way to mm thus begins. Down, like like eay stairs; ' If conscience mlTera little itif Soon larger ones it Ivars. A little tneft, a email deceit, Too often leads to more ; Tih bard at flirt, but temptu the feet. A through an ojen door; Juta the I.roadot Titers run, Prom Mual...

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. — 3 October 1873

THE TEIt.VS: 31 50 per year, it advance. O. E. FATJX, EoUtoramd Proprietor. Friday Morning, October 3, 1873, TBIP TO KANSAS. Tn atrip to Anderson county, Kansas nf wocVs duration, on a visit to rela tives, we made some observations there and on the route. Stepping on Kansas soil at Leavenworth, our first impres prcssions of the State were very favora lile. Leavenworth is the metropolis oi V-msns claims something like thirty thousand inhabitants is regularly laic out, has a number of fine, large bus! ness houses, and its citizens giving evi dence of thrift and enterprise. Mr. N B. Smith, the gentlemanly and efficient agent of the Kansas City, St. Joscpl and Council Bluffs Railroad at Leaven worth, rendered us under obligations for his kind assistance at a time when the perplexities of a delayed trunk had well nigh driven us distracted. We heartily speak a good word for Mr. Smith, and are firmly convinced that the railroad could not have a better representativ than the one they have. ...

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. — 3 October 1873

T II K DIRECTORY. .:.uaU In Hit column, Mil ctnu per imr tke 3"trai uP0"!, I" AtrlUt in ' column art rthtblc and f'iMtfanetrd in thiirretpectirt ctUingt. ATTORNEYS. iriuiajISS, Attoruey-at-Law. omceo.er I C-.L'in- Store. 'Savannah, Missouri. ..Ill s.:;,i.-einallthe Courts ol We aiuiwimi- dJtirw" 3!g Vff c- sMII"'Attorncyt.Law. Oftt or" Savannah Savings Bank, second door. rir W. CALK"' V "alary ILI'l '! iit.nc. c.mvc CALHWKLL, attoniey-at-law and 1 " jT -tine, comciaio iiifi HtU"nt.i Yei-rcll'sharucss store, onr .ul I I ..... i . Fanners'' Hank. ' 1 ...... v- tr.imti- t law. will itrai lice a in all Ihe courts of Northwest Missouri. Vi.tte.tiongi.rn tnbusiness in Hie county f-?'inMiate ox""- oflice over the jail, op p,TP.l.atc office. Crlrv n. GIIMHXt.Shasreiuirdlheiiriic rtccof law. Hf can 1 "" hi "I'1 f , north side f the public square, Savannah. yiiui . - -ZZZ s .JRKKXLKK, attorney ami conn--W wlior at law. rarliruUr attentiou given .'Llrftions. Office on the south side orthe in 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. — 3 October 1873

n NEWS IX JililEF. THE EAtT. Toe Now York mcrchautB and fbippers have organized a Cheap Transportation Association, i .... Charles Bradlaugh, tho Knglieh agitator, ! arrived at New York last week. The argument on the motion of Sir Kvarts to dipniiflB tho Credit Mohilicr suits on tho ground of unconstitutionality, have been concluded at Hartford, and the caso taken under advisement by the Court. This closes tho Credit Jlobilicr case for the present. Tho decision will probably be given ai soon as reached, but that timo is uncertain. Ned O'IUldwin, pugilist, better known as tho " Irifh Giant," ia again in trouble. Ho lias just been sentenced, at Philadelphia, to two years in tho Penitentiary for aggravated assault. It is stated that 10,000.000 of city lwnds of the Cincinnati Southern 1'ailroad have been negotiated in New York to a Ocmian house. THE WEST The two hundredth anniversary of the es tablishment by tho great French cxploicr, La Salle, of Port St. Louis upon Starved I!ock, near...

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. — 10 October 1873

COUNTS The Andrew Republican: 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1873. A HOLIDAY. xrr e. i. iiics. Oae dsy w 1 t om carr behind, And trimmed our sails at early morn ; iad by the willing western wind ftp o'er the sea were borne, ffe left bolilnd the dty's din ; We found a world new-made from night ; At every Hist thero entered in Sontstilitle, fresh delight. lie west wind rocked ns a we lay Within the beat, and idly scanned lie dim horizon far away Tex some fair, unknown land. AbJ on and on we drifted thus, Kot caring.whither we might roam ; Tor all the world, that day, to ns Was Paradise, was home. And a we sailed, a sweet anrpriro Of comfcrt in the rreaent, grew; TVe raw d things with clearer eyes, We dreaded less tie new. He jart and future seemed to Mend ; Enn cm trance missed her shadow, grief; Anticipation was a friend. And hop: became belief. The strangeness ranished ont of life ; Affliction dropped its stern disguise ; And suffering, weariness 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. — 10 October 1873

t n e jnbreto founts cpnblican. TERMS: $1 -HQ per year, in advance. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. Fkiday Morning, October 3, 1873. HANGING OP THE MODOCS. Tursuant to the sentence of a military commission, the Modoc warriors who were implicated in the killing of Gener al Cauby and party, were executed on Friday last. A correspondent gives the following particulars: Boston Charley and Black Jim were led on the scaffold first and Schonchin next. They trod it with apparent indif ference and with iron nerves, having ev idently resolved to die aud behave as they had lived. Captain Jack went easily up the stairway but looked wretched and miserable. Their mana cles had been taken off, but their arms were pinioned. At precisely 9:45 A. M., the inter preters explained to the culprits the na ture of the order to be read to them by the Adjutant, and at 10 A. M. Adjutant Kingsbury read the order promulgating the sentence of the commission, and the President's onler therein, with the or ders...

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. — 10 October 1873

THE Sittofto fonts gepnMican. Savannah DIRECTORY. .tiuaunts in this column, fiflj cents per lint tSwi, including He antral head. Those for'2'.''".'.. ralmiui artrehable and "iHhifonrard in their respective callings. ATTORNEYS. rTtriiiGIXSi Attorney-at-Law. Office over Store, Savannah, Missouri. .Uuernisu IVtnTti r,Mh -?llh .Iilill- 37U C. sM11ttorncy-iit-Law. . cv! IIaiiV tviviiiit dnnr. orcrsaTuui'o' . W Votary Public. Pays special attention Aelinr. conveyancing and investigating t 10 offlSf over Terrell's harns store, one ffie.lt of Farmers' Bl,nk- il rkYAX, attorney at law, will prat tire Or in all the courts of Northwest Missouri. vT'.i .Mention riven tobusines in tlie comity Sfnrobate courts. O.Tice over the Jail, ou- tTTj QIDD1XGS has resumed the pmr VK'AM.ur It can be found at his old of- 0 rZi. .i,i nf the nublic sauare. Savannah. s.- GREENLEE, attorney and coim W sellor atlaw. Particular attention given "ii-iioas. Office on the south side ot the new Bank Building. 23 J"nHVB...

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. — 10 October 1873

NEWS IN BRIEF. TUB EAST. TnoatAs Bnows Pabkeb, ono of the wealth iost citizens of Philadelphia, list week attempt ed to murder his vif e, and then committed sui cide. Jealousy was tho cause. The Masonio fraternity of Philadelphia have just dedicated with imposing ceremonies their new temple, said to be tho largest and finest in tho world. A statement of assets and liabilities of tho firm of Jay Cooke & Co., of Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, has been sub mitted to their creditors. The following is a summary: Liabilities, $7,539,409. ASSETS. Bills receivable, tank, insurance, and 1 1 other stocks bond, and rel rotate f 7,PG7,G40 Loans to Northern Pacific Railroad Co... 3,750,tt0 Stock of the Oregon Steam Jm igation Co. 1,500,000 Loans Jo Northern Pacific Kailroad Co., on lxrao of company 4,008,215 Second-mortgage railroad bonds, stocks, etc 2,53,3.)(! Total tKflWfill Tlio aboTo exhibit of liabilities ia exclusive of 51,701,140 loans of tho firm, wliich are fully secured b...

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. — 17 October 1873

0 0 TT N T The Andrew EPUBLICAN 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1S73. VOL. IL--NO. 52. J0.V 01V'.17i7 i'.l YXE. The subjoined oile by John G. Saso vis read by the author sttbeumdliHRcf t!ie bronze bust of John Howard I'ajnc, in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, cnths'irthult.: I. To him ho sans of 4i Home, Rwcct home," lu htraiuf to t.weel the Mlnple lay Has IkrilUd a roillicu hearts, we iraco A nation's grateful debt to ray. Yet, not for him the bu?t we raise ; All, no ! can liftlts hps prolong rtme's trumpet voice? The poet's praise lives in the nmsic of bis song ! II. The noble dead wc fondly peek To honor wilh applauding breath; Unheeded fail the words ive speak Upon " the dull, cold car c f death." Yet not in vain the spoken ord ; Nor rain the monument vo ra'sc; Villi quicker thrcbs our hearts are rtill To catch the nobleness we praie ! III. ColumbiaV sens we share his fame ; Tis for ourselves the bust we rear. That they who mar the graven name Slay know that ...

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. — 17 October 1873

THE lnbrcto grants Republican. TERMS: $1 SO per year, in advance. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. Friday Morning, Octoiikr 17, 7:l. THE ELECTION. As Horace Greeley need to say, tlii is the "off year" of the Republicans. State elections were held in Pennsylva nia, Ohio and Iowa on Tuesday last. The canvass in all these States was very languid, and little interest was mani fested either beforo or ou the day id election, and, consequently, a very light vote was polled. In Pennsylvania the majority of Gor don (Republican) for Judge of the Su preme Court is estimated at over 18.000. In Ohio, there being threo tickets in the field Republican, Democratic and People's the result as yet is in doubt. It is likely Noycs (Republican) is elect ed Governor, with a small Democratic maioritv in the Legislature, which will insure two Democratic Senators from that State. A Republican gain in Oiu cinnati ol over 4,000 is a refreshing itnm. although a ccneral loss was ex pcricnccd throughout the bal...

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. — 17 October 1873

t 11 1: ntrto onts Republican. .....lUtaentt in thit column, Jijt ctntt vrr line fjr ant '" including Ihe general head. Those a ctleeitise in Ihtt cvluinn are reliable and (, flrlijktforiritrd in their retfectirc catlinyt ' ATTOUNEYS" "TcllIUUlN!', Attorney-al-Lutf. Olliecover I Udcinian'a More, Savaunah, Missouri. practice til all the Courts orthe -JUtli Judi cllg Circuit- W SM11"!.ttorncy-at-ljnw. oVceovtr Savannah Savings llank. second door. VV CALDWELL, attorney-at-law and Xotarv PuMic. I'ats special attention romcvancing mid invc-llgaliug office, over Terrell's harness store, one 5K.,ri-t"f Farmers' Hank, il GT BUY AN, attorney at law, will inti lire '"iii all Hie courts of" Northwest Mi-souri. u.i7l attention git en to business in tile cottnty M nrobate courts. Onice over the jail, op pti l'n.hate oilice. X. 11. GHHHStJS hasreMimciltheprar ifeoflaw. He can be found at his oM of (, north side of the public square, Savannah, yk'soiiri. ' HTM. ". tSRKKXLEK, attorney ami cotin V s...

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. — 17 October 1873

HEWS IK BRIEF. TEE EAST. TnE Evangelical Alliance, which met in Now York City on tlio 2 J iu&t., van largely at tended, tlicro being many elisiiniriiielied repre sentatives of tho "orthodox" faith present from all parts of tho world. Tlio platform was rcservod chiefly for foreign ijclegates, e-onspicuous among whom were Lord Alfred Churchill, of England ; P&yno Smith, Dean of Caulcrbury; Charles ltoid, Jlcrabcr of Par liament of England; Dr. Parker, author of 'Ecco Dcu-j;" Prof. Do Capper, of Paris: Prof. Dormer, of Berlin, and Dr. Kmmmacher, of Germany Griuncll & Co., Wall street operators, havo failed. They speculated largely in Vender-bill stocks. Tho members of tho firm wero indignantly expelled from tho Stock Exchange. Tun Penubylvania Constitutional Conven tion has adopted a section providing for the punishment of legii-lativo bribery. A quarantine inspection in Now York hasclicitcd tho fact that there has been yellow fever in tho lower harbor ever tinco Juno 1 The...

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. — 24 October 1873

The Andrew Republican. 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1S73. VOL: HI.--NO, 1. Till! FAliMEllS JJEMAXJJ. I know they havo tho com iu crib. In quality tb bet ; I know the Burplus must go East, Anil certainly not West. The Western men who rai-c the corn, Aud labor hard ami free, Can never be as Slav es to ruen That can't with them agree. If com is what they eat and drink, Couti oiling mind and pain. The East should not forget to think That faiuicn, too, havo brain. Our Foil and labor can supiy The East with bread and meat ; Then why should capital control The price of what they eat J Consumption now should rule the trade. Producer's guide of gain ; And pay the farmer for his work. In drought as well as rain. To give each one enough to eat Within our broad, free laud, The rJch and ioor, the high and low. The farmers do demand. The iron rail shall ne'er control The harvest in the field; Nor stop the plantirg of a crop, Nor stop the growing yield. Tho iron r...

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. — 24 October 1873

Hi I I THE Jnbreto OKtrtn jjjcpnblicait. TERMS 9 1 w P"- u"r L' ; n E PAUL Editor and Proprietor.! O.E.PAUL, 4,l"r" Friday Mousing, Octohkk '-'4. 73. THE ELECTIONS. In Ohio the Democratic candidate for Governor is elected, with a majority in t l ..i. i v.nc f lir Legislature. The! Kenublicans elect one or two candidates ,.v't.rv ,i;lv? He is blinded by his preju JlLl,u"' . - i i- i ,.,.; ,nw1 makes assertions OOUl iu.ih"-"1 e; .. d... titn lii-k-et In Iowa. x-ovuruur on the htatc lltkei. "' on the State new. .. rnrnenter is re-elected by tne uepuou-. ...... :i.wi,nn.l i cans bv a majority m u.-..,-.s. of five thousand. The Legislature i lli-public-an in both branches. Oregon lects Nesmith (Democrat) to iongiesi by about one thousand majority BnooKS ol the Hock Port Express, not onlv posses-es originality, but con siderable bravery. Witness the follow ing, which sounds strangely vivacious, coming, as it does, from an old fogy Democratic editor: If the Republican party i- dead if it ,...

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