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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 24 October 1873

0 THE Jn&Kto ountji cpnblican. -SAYAMKAH DIRECTOR.. ., i;,ibmI'"''','1"!r..Vj ctntsftr line Jy ..'t, including the general htaJ. Tlmsc J"f, I-'-iv '' eotmr.n arc reliable c:id rUfoneurd in then retpecltTe eallimjx. "rniCJ. Attoniey-al-Law. ofliccovcr I l.lrnnan,a '-tore, Savannah, Missouri. J.rjiiriiciiiallthr Court, of the HKh Jii.lt f"!Urca!t TT SMITH. W Attorncy-nNLnw. Savannah Saving Bank. second door. Zx V CALIJWKI.L, attomej-at-law and W Xotarv 1'ubllc I'avs biiccia1' attention .'Ijlniinc, 'roinciancini', and investigating .Muffle over Terrell' b haruiva store, one l''.fV.rmi.r!,' ltank. "J of Farmers' ltank. r: T itRYAX. attorney at law, will practice I i- i the courts of Northwest Missouri in all the courts ot Northwest Mi: V.f.i -rr.-ntiiii iriveu to business in the roiiLtv f7 . -..J jinli... t1, loll ..i," , prolate courts SlitePwl-ajeolllce. Cnr. X H- GIl'DIXUS has reuru"d the prac (j ticeof law He can lie found at his old of- ..'..nri 3j -try S. UltlUl.lr., ationiev ...

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. — 24 October 1873

NEWS IN BRIEF. THE EAST. A mess Bliootiiig-match camo off at tlio Creedmoor gronndH, New York, last week in which there were twcnty-tlirco entries. Gen. J. It. Hawlcr, of Hartford, won tlio iirst prize; V. H. Clark, of tlio New York Seas, the sec ond; L. G. Brueo, of the Turf, yield ami Farm, tho third ; Thomas Lloyd, of Harper's Unity, tho fourth; Charles G. Shankn, of tho Now York Tribune, tho fifth ; and J. K. Jlclu tyrc, of tho Brooklyn Eagle, tho bUth prize. In New York, on tho 10th in6t., gold was quoted at 108J aud t-ilver 101 to 108. Ex-City Tbeasueer SiT.Adi'E, of Brooklyn, who haH been indicted for embezzlement, dc niea having defranded the city out of a cent. Ho holds Hodman, his deputy, responsible for all tho stealings A. K. riiiUipH, formerly Conmil to Santiago, committed suicide in Ken York, laet week, by Cutting his throat Kighty-eix honsea wcro burned to death in Boston, last week, by tho burning of Martin JIayn' livery-stablo A young ton of lion. 51. I). I.eggett, ...

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. — 31 October 1873

3 ' r- .nrAiUsri:- rj-nuzft &f r ' ; - - -" r C0TTNT The Reptoi '".S8" 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3J, 1S73; 5NO. 25) Andrew A K LTL :'. U, TM sCTVA . A TflE i..v' jmjv i.vD rzjj riz: ru.xT: " BY JpHS G. SAIK. ' It wu til mcu of Indosian, , To learning ranch Inclined, ' Who went to see Uie Elephant, ' (Though all cf them were blind). That e.i:h by observation Might satisfy hi? ralnd. The Firt approadied the Elephant, And happening to fall Against his broad and sturdy tide, At once began to bawl : 'God biers me ! But the Elephant Is wry lite a vail !" The Second, feeling of the tuskj Cried: "Ho! What have we here Sj vwy ronnd and Bmooth and eharp? To mo "I is mighty clear This wonder of an Eiertant Is very like a Fptsr !" ( The 77itrtl approached the animal, . .An J, happening to take , . The equiraiing trunk within his hands, Thus boldly up and spake 2 '" I pee," quoth he, "Elephant Is very like a snake V The Fourth reached out his cagiir hand, 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. — 31 October 1873

t n e ubrcto ouitt jjjjtpnMictm. TERMS: l M fcryair, in mleanre. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. Friday Morning, Octohkr 31, 73. One of our Republican friends ha just related the following incident which occurred List fall before the election. In talking with a neighbor of his, the neighbor said he did hope Grant would bo elected. Our friend was surprised that hii Democratic neighbor should mako such a wish, but said: "You'll vote for Grant, then, won't you?" "Xo, ir! I only want him elected; because six week.-) afterward there will break out a greater rebellion than ever aid be fore, and I am to command a company, and this time we will raise the black flag." It may do to class this individual as one oIthe "unreconstructed."' Another letter from "G. E. K." and another reply to his former letter ap pear this week. Our farmer corres pondent pitches into the tariff, and at the same time favors internal improve ments by the Government. "E. R."al'o inveighs against politicians as enem...

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. — 31 October 1873

TUB ntefto nmts gqmblicim, gAKAH DIRECTORY, . Jb if - colvmn, Jiflf emit per line i?Zita. l-zludinj tht general head. Thoie JiZTAtrtkt in Mi reiamn art reiuuie arm V?iiMl'TaTi f" "'ir retpectlve calllngi. ATTORNEYS. TTniOOECS, AWrnry-al-LaTr. Office orei Jul uracil . . i - II a i mirto iT rti jim i nil... ilCUCUlt. 37S C. SMITH, -nt-Ij nw. a. .,ta1i RaClnfru Ha.uk. Second door. tr W CALDWKLL, attorney-at-law and W Vnisre mblic. Pay Fpecial attentlou M. ifnnr. eonvevanclnr and u inveotigating T BEY AN, attorney viui (jraaic l-r la aU U.e court of Northwest Missouri. Urtil attention viven tobusiness In the county fp?orobtte court-:. Office orer the Jail, op- S3..?. H.t,..ffir.e- -T .ire j nl JT II. GIDnrNCShMreramedtheprac .nl"..f!ir. He can be found at his oldof- c Jt, north side of the public square, Savannah, rrv S. GRKtNLKt;, attorney aud coun IY selloratlaw. Particular attentlou giten .. Vnllf Hicml. Office ou tbc south aide of the Vla new Bank Building. TOIIK B. MAJORS, attorney...

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. — 31 October 1873

4 3. NEWS IN BRIER 'it Tab Cieiia of the Now York Slate Treasury lias been arrested for embezzlement, the amount of'which ia Btated at 6300,000. . . .Five men entered tho First National B&nkof Athens, Pa., a few nights ago, gagged the Cashier, and robbed the eafo of $20,000. Tue price of gold in'Wall street dropped to 107 1 on the ICth inst., tho lowest point since tho war. . . .Predictions were freely indulged iu by the press, a fow days ago, that tho second breaking out of the utock panic in Wall street was,tho euro precursorof .the downfall of tho vcnerablo cormorant, Cornelius Vanderbilt. Tbererjraa'a great tumble in Vanderbilt stocks. and for tho moment matters did wear a dis couraging look for the Commodore; but so far from being on Lia last legs, as was pre dicted and fondly hoped by many, ho appears to-day stronger,, financially, than ever before. There has been a rise in Vanderbilt stocks, and New Xork dispatches announce that the Com modoro is preparing for a heavy " 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. — 7 November 1873

0 0 TIN T r The Andrew Republican 0. K. PAUL, MHsher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1S73. VOL.III.-NO. 3. ELEGY OX A llltOTHEH. W! TH02IAS BAILET ALDMCH. Semen here in the graveyard that I know, hero the s trawberries under tha chestnuts grow. They have laid him ; and his sinters set n his grava the flowers their tears bava wit; And above his grave, while I write, tho song Of the matin robin leaps tweet and strong 1'rom the leafy dark of the chostnut-trcc ; And many a mnnnuring honey-bco n the straw bcrry-blosscmH in the gra ; Stool's by his grave and will not pa ; And in the little hollow beneath Thesloi of the biieut Held of death, Tho cow-lells tinkle soft and sweet. And the cattle go by with homeward feet, And the squirrel barks from the shcllcrii.g limb, At the harnilos coIecs not meant for him ; And "aturo unto her loving heart lias taken our darling's mortal part. Tenderly, that he may be, Lite the song of the robin in the tree, he blossoms, tho grass, the reeds by ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 7 November 1873

iTf " THE nbrcto onnt publican. TERMS: SI 50 periear, in advance. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. FbidaY Monsisa, Novkmukr THE ELECTIONS ON TUESDAY. The Democratic State ticket in New V,.rb has iirobablv 10,000 majority, with a llcptiblican majority in both brandies of the Legislature. JIarylaiul, as usual, elects a Legisla ture almost unanimously Democratic. v in. lotnipvs have cluctctt a ill iy-iiio.-.- .- - neat many of their lleiiresentatives, but iv.. have 1101111112: definite as to how the Legislature btanils. Local issues were alouc considered in the elect on, m some counties no party nominations bavin been made, each candidate running in dependently. In Mississippi it is believed Ames ha been elected by 15,000 majority. In Illinois, reports from twenty-sevei counties indicate the election of the fanners1 ticket in litteen, ltepublieau in .,n nn.l llnmnerntie ill two: Hot lllllch t. It . y ...... consolation for the Democrats in that surely. The Republicans have a majority...

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. — 7 November 1873

THE 0rito jomihj jqniuiir;m. fjtfA&XAVl DIRECTORY. , jueuteti column, Jifh- ctatt per Vne !""', including the general head. n,i,e K illirt't' '' tt columi aie rtluile and gllqitfertrarJ in their rctpectirecalli-iyt. "7"in52i""i .Mtnrney-iit-Lir.i . iJHhv.urr T iJitma" Savaiiniih, Miavuri. fjJrtKe in all l!ic Courts with- MHli -lii.li- J&S. V c 5,iml,Att (rncy-n t-I.n ir. eyj0r5jTaui:2!iivlrs.- I'.uik. xrcotj il.r. -ry c.VLHWKI.l., nttornyy-at-la-v .iinl V Vo'irv I'a'JlIc. i'jjs fjucial atli'iiiinn TnilV IS. attoni-v at law, will nrauicc (r la lt thfcoart-. of NorthwiM Mi--:iri. j " Jjl attrntion giu-u tohn?incs in th- county I Ullicc over the jail, n;i"- ".Bwdiate uflici. i;e Proliate office. "X.-'-nfliir He c-m he found -it hi M of lll. V. - ... .1- . . t nnrria,-- " " :r. w .t- . . a i me iiiuiiif- siiimn' .::vmiiii:ii . ZTryi S. SKKEM.KK, attorney ami ro-.t ti ll srHor atliw. rarlirular attention friv- u ' nrtioiw. Oflice uu th? e'iuth s.Je of Hie imiMiug. JotjFb M.Y.IOU-...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 7 November 1873

S-K3K-. 3 art I rlHu NEWS IN BRIEF. TUE EAST. The indebtedness of the New York banks is 11,000,000 larger than it was last year at tbis time Mr. Shanks, the city editor of the New York Tribune, has been committed to jail in Brooklyn for contempt of court, in refusing to disclose the name of the writer of an articlo in that paper commenting upon tho action of ono of the Brooklyn City Judges. Gen. Thomas Cadwalladeb, a son of Col. Lambert Cadwalladcr, of Bevolutiouary fame, diod recently at Trenton, N. J., aged 8G The Deputy Tostmaster of Wilmington, Del., has been arrested for cmbezzelmout Many of tho New England manufacturing establish ments have been compelled io shut down on account of the monetary stingency. Others are running on short time. The Constitutional Convention of Pennsyl vania has adopted a clanso forbidding tho granting of passes by railroads except to em ployes. ...Charges of immeuso frauds on tho rovonuo, basod upon tho affidavit of a dis charged clerk, are mado aga...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 14 November 1873

The Andrew irate Republican. 0. E. PAUL, PuMislicr. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1S73. VOL.IH.--NO. 4. A SUXDAY LESSOX. BY II. II. SKW1IALL. Oue Sunday morn, ray footsteps led me where Xh Ucucn-aspiring steeple pierced theni blue ; The beck'ning bell, with sweet, persuasive voice, Bade nw to eater, aud partake the feast Of heavenly viands which the godly man Saouldwith freehand dispense. I steppod within, The pealing organ and concordant choir Waled with a symphony the vaulted space, And thrilled my very soul with love for Him Who was the theme of such milodious tones ; For the well-timed recurrence of a stress, And periodic cadency aud swell Of sounds harmonious. which are, alone, Entitled to tLe name of music pure, Act on the finer senses of the mind, And elevate the soul ineffably. My heart was fully open to recehe The tidings glad which lie of Nazareth Did bring when, lo! the 1 gate of the Lord, Howling his scree!, with swift. icrcusie fist. Smote on tbyounded elet of ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 14 November 1873

THE ntrrcto anntn Republican. TERMS: SI 50 per jr, in advance, j FiuhayMorxinc, November 14,73. THE "VIBGINIUS." The Virginias a vessel comminded and maimed by Americans who had en listed in tlic service of the Cubans, was eajOire-l by a Spanish fleet, and home of thi: crew 'onic say as high as eighty ignomiuiously put to death. No one pretends th it they were under the pro- tection of the American Government ; for when American citizens voluntarily enlist to light under a foreign flag, it would be folly to expect our Govern ment to plunge itself into a costly and bloody war to "protect"' them from in jury or the natural results of war. Hut the Government should insist that the rules of civilized warfare should be re spected with regard to them as to other soldiers. That prisoners of war should be murdered in cold blood is a depar ture from the rules of modem warfare of such magnitude as to warrant the blotting out of such a nation lrom ex istence. President Grant has intimated that...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 14 November 1873

rr THE '-annah directoky. i! .at, uultJtng Iht geatrui ktai Thoit .""'"( .,,i.it in Ihu column art retublv cn.l .-.Mtiricird in then t, ATTOKNKYS. TuiiMIN'i, Attorney-al-Law. (Juice oicr I iiJrflHiu'" store. Savannah, Missouri jVsotlceinallthe Courts ut the w.li Jii.ii- 3- ITvllTII Atlnrnc v-nt-Laiitr. c"i,tr savannah savings Hint. bo:nl door. "7?" V CM-K'-VKI.L. attoniry-'at-law anil V n' Public lav "neeinl ntlruti,.n " .? V.mievaticiug anil uiVe-tigatiiii' (.fJIrCtin? fjlr T !! vs. nttornei at law, will praitire yJ attention glicu to business in Hit- r.mitii ff'vtabs: court.!. Offlce over th.- jail. op" ",ti Probate ofiicc 27 C7tiCf, B. (iIIiniXlhasrc itiiiMllieiuai-- ,Jl,'ufU. He can be fouu.l at his old of Bjrtli iJ' "f I'i'blie square , saiaimali. Mri -Vji s. URKKXLEE, attoruev a;i.l roau V sdloratlsw I'ariicular attention ifiven VJIi-mons. OlUcr on the south side ol the Pl"k f TnnVB. MAJOIts, RtUirney-at-law Will muusct all buimess entrusted to hi:u .motlv and carifullv On be ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 14 November 1873

NEWS IN BRIEF. THE EAtT. I The Xew York Board of Aldermen have atoned for a great many short-comings by j making the handt-omo donation of iW.OOO to the Memphis Kclicf Fund Phelps, the ue- 1 faulting Cashier of the New York State Treas ury Department, has been committed to jail for trial in default of 15,000 bail Tho fur niture factory of John II. Jlorrill, in New York city, was destroyed by fire last week. Loss, -?150,000. A watchman was burned to death whilo trying to extinguish tho llames. ..A dispatch from Providence, 11. I., says the Spragues are periouslv embarrassed. ! Their assets aro said to bo 7,000,000 moro than their liabilities, and want of current funds is the cause. TnE serious rceultB of the panic still con tinue. The extensive print works of Garner k Co., at Littlo Falls, Cohoes, Rochester, rieisa.it Valley, NcMburg. and Havcrstraw, have shnt down, discharging 10,000 men. The piy-roll of this firm amounted to 500,000 numbly. Oiher extensive factories, of va rious ki...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 November 1873

c o TTN T y The Andrew 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1S73. V.0ii.HINO3: Republics C j;.L.Vi?F-i TIIEIVS ISA IL 0 ! donl yon remember our grandfather's barn, Where our conn us and we went to lay ; Uoweclimbedonlhe beams and the scaffold so hiRb, Or turoblod at will on the hay . jjow we sit in a row on the bundles of straw, And riddlos and witch stories told ; And the sunshine c&mo in through the cracks in the south, And turned all tho dust Into gold ? How we played hide and seek in each cranny and nook, Wherever a child could be stowed; And we made u a coach of a hogfhead of rye, And on it to " Boston" wc rode ? lad then we kept store, and sold barley and oats, And corn by the buthel or bin ; And t raw for onr sisters to braid Into hats, And Sax for our mothers to piu? Then we played we were biddies, and cackled and crowed, Till grandmother, in hate, came to fee U the weauls were killing tho old sjiccklcd hen, Or whatever the matter might lie ; H...

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

thi: ipxmtv IJcpnblican. Jufcrcto TERMS: 1 60 per ymr, in advance. O. . PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. Fuiday MonxiNo, November 21,'73. THE CTJBA.W QUESTION. But little further authentic informa tion respecting the murder of the crew or the "Virginlus1 has been received isince our lat. A large portion of the crew havo been killed, and the balance will doubtless be as soon as the form of a trial is gone through with. The "war spirit'1 ceenis to be aroused throughout this country, numbers of regiments hav ing been tendered the President from different parts of the country. Tht prospect of war is not groat, however. The dignity of the country will be preserved and, if it is desirable, the Cuban Island acquired by peaceful liep-otintions. avoidins the waste of n , . j precious blood and treasure. EuglMi journals look favorably on the projct of annexing Cuba to the united States, but the why or wherefore is not so readily understood. The populace of the island arc warlike and restive, aud ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 November 1873

T II K nbnto oantti Republican. sXvANNAHDmXCTORY. ,jcviKMifi' Jaf coiuan, JSfly ecnli ptr line ijrU'i including the gtatral heed. Than , ko aJtrrtitt Mil column are i citable and jriigMfarwird In thtir rctftMvt callings. ATTORNEYS- JO. IIIG01N3, Attorney-al-Law. Uluceoicr Alderman's More, Savannah, Missouri, practice in ull the Courts of the -.u;h Judi cal Circuit. Kg W" C. SMITH, , Attorncy-ivt-Umv, (ijccvcx Savannah Savings Bank. dvcodU door. CALDWELL, attorney-ut-law nail V Xolary Public. Pays sieeial ilrnti.in IP rllttiii7, conveyancing and iiivrtisalin- CI T. UltYAN, attorney at law, will practice T, in Ul the courts of Northwest Missouri. nectal attention itivcu toli:iinest in tin- county ail probate cmrts. Office over the Jail, op- lii(e rnioaie uuii-v- COI,. . UimiiMi'! ti.nrcinmi-Miinepi-.ir-tlceoflaw. He can he found at his oW of fice, north side of the public wiuare, S.ianiiHji, Mi.iuri. . ST -itrSI S. ORKKXLKK, attorney-and cotm V selbr atlaw. Particular attenlioa (riven...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 November 1873

NEWS IN JiJtlEF. THE KMT. Louis Gayloiw Clahk, tlie well-known author and magaziniet, and who wan editor of the old Knickerbocker Magazine during its ex istence, died in Kow York laet week. agodC3. The rnmor that Tom Scott, tho railroad king, had failed, is indignantly deniod by that gentleman Tho mother of the late Edwin SI. Stanton is dead, aged 80 Nine fisher men were drowned from a sail-boat iu tho St. Lawrence river, on tho 5th inst Harrishurg has been visitod by a destructive firo. The Slate Journal office, with several other estab lishments, were burned. Total loss about .150,000....Gold in New York was down to 10GJ last week tho lowest point since 1862 Several largo Boston dry-goods houses aro seriously embarrassed Bankruptcy proceed ings against Jay Cooko .t Co. have been com menced in tho Philadelphia courts. Tnr.nE are in Now York 40,000 people com pulsorily idlo people who would bo glad to work and earn food, clothing, coals ami shelter. So says tho New York Herald Tho 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. — 28 November 1873

f 0 O TIN T The Andrew Repu 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1873. V0L:III.--Nft.i6. ' BL1A SUE'S TlaAXKSGIVIXG. "To-morrow U be ThanKfigiriiig day!" said merry little Sue ; '.Mother's been making paddings and pie?, and thf re's ever bo much to iu ! Aunt Mary In coming, the darling 1 and Nell, with her baby boy. And dear old grandpa, and brother Tim I Oh, my I I am wild with joy J Oac year ago poor grandma came; but her face was, ch! bo white! And she trembled so, and ? poke so low, I cried with all my might ! Hie Raid when this Thanksgiving came, and we placed the chairs around. Hers would 1 empty, and her dear face be under the frozen ground. 44 And now it's tme ; and 111 cry wheii T hoc ioor grandpa stand A!one at the head of the table, while he pray with hf led hand ; for grandma u.ed to stand by m side, ami pay such a sweet Ameu ; 'T will seem as if we must all of us wait till w e hear her voice again. "Oh! that cunning little baby of Nell's! I do...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 28 November 1873

THE .nt. a . TKR.VS: 81 .'i0 per year, in advance. O. E. PAUL, Editor nnil Proprietor. Friday Mousing, Novemiver -';', '''' PAY UP I Look Out for tho XX. RuWribi'M will tilc.isc note the marks lilaml aft-'- tliuir names. A single X Kinifics that the time fur which you have paiil has cxinreil. A double XX means that you an; in arrears. Those who are indebted to us for subscription, will please come forward and settle up during Circuit Court. It is hardly worth while to remind our patrons that we are obli-red to have cash to run our business. 1. A. LaXXINV. writes from Colorado to the Xodaway Democrat thusly : I will try to write this so plain that the wavlarinr man. though a fool, shall not err therein. It is not all Miiishino uud no shadow in this pictured haven of rest. If there is a hard place to live m on "(tod's footstool,' this is the place. This is a very fine country on paper, but nite a different thing to many who mine here. I expect to stay hero until I bust, which won't be...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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