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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 28 November 1873

I r - t n e - d Railroad Timo-Table. as Ctlvi Icif1 ""d Council BIlRs Rjitoad, t jv"M Mall- JJor- j--virra.s. Freightirxpress., Express. Viiii!""""3-" i'ri - 3:00" VW " 2. IS 3:12 S,j,li.h..PJ0J n.lapji li:3Ji-ii ! ,,nl 7.10 3:4.i Ur.'j Ail. Saw V,iJany " 12:1)0 SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. .imtiuntiitt in Hit column, .kyiy ccxlt per h'O" )"" iicldiitg the geaer.l head. Tl Jka &4rt(tit in thit column Are reliable line Thole rko eirertM m thi' column Are reliable and ltriijVforirnri in their retcctire celling: ATTORNEYS. JC Illta.lXS Attorncy-al-I.aw. Office on-r lldt-nnsu's store. Savannah, Missouri, u'n practice in all Ihe Com Is of the 3Hh.lud r,l ircuil . 371; vir "cTmhtii, V. Allorncy-at-Law. ,,3eeocT svnanah Savings Hank. ,-eco'iil door. .t- w. r il.DWKI.L. iittonie)-at-lav ami W N"'-,ry I'ublir. Fays .special atleiitimi i,, collecting, "cimieiaiicing ami investigating Iitlf- 21 I X, iii all Hi courts of Northw r-t Missouri, rfial atlciitioti given to business iit the county ji-1 pr...

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. — 28 November 1873

THE WOELDIN" A WOKD. l'KHSONAI, AND UEXKKAI.. Ja- Cooke & Co. offer to nettle with their creditors by paying llioin 1j percent, in money and the remainder in I'acifie railroad bond. Theke aro over 30,000 unemployed working men in Philadelphia. Ton Soott tried to resign tUo Vico-rreHi-ilency of the 1'cnnBjlvania railroad, but tho Directors wouldn't let bim. Buildixo in Now York is seriously inter rupted by a strike of the bricklayers. The Indiana on the northwestern frontier of Texas aro woreo now than at any timo binco tho war. TnCTellow fever has entirely died out in the South. The causo of tho suicide of lion. William McGalliard, KepreBentative in tho Illinois Legislature from Logan county, is said to have been a caeo of unrequited love. Excitiso news comes from Alaska of rich gold discoveries in that far-off portion of onr national domain, and there is a likelihood of a big rush of gold-hunters thitherward. Tube aro fifty less Apacho scoundrels to harass tho settlers in Arizo...

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 December 1873

The Andr Republican. EW 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1873. VOL.HL--NO. 7. Ai.vianrr Loan of glory !; Our praise to 111m y,e bring; Aud chant our country's story, Where Oon alone is Kixo ; Ills outstretched arm sustaining, Behold the Mayflower como ! His mercy foreordaining Our land of Freedom's home.; Though wintry darkness gathers. And dearth and death preTail, The faithful Pilgrim lathers Could look within the veil ; O joy amid the sadness ! They're free to do and rray, And keep in Fober gladness Their flrst Thanksgiving Day. These seeds of Faith and Freedom God's Word hath wafted free; O'er rocks outsoaring TAnm They reach the Sunset Sea ; And Kast and Vest uniting. One family become; With North and South relighting Logo's lamp, We'ee ul at home! With half of heaven above us, An ocean on earh hand, We've room for all who lovo us, And Join our brother liaud ; rralsingtheOieat All-aher, Our Home Feast wedisjtlay, Aud ever and forever Kiepfrco Thank...

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 December 1873

nbirchs ountn Republican. Si ;0 :r yiir, in advance. TERMS. O. E. PAUI., rOitor anil Propria tor. PiiiD.vv M0i:sis, n::ci:M!ii:i'.:.i1 PHaSIDBNT S MESSAGE. Tho rrolilent ileliwroil lii- annual nios-snpfa to Congres on Tuesday. W'c are unable ta rejirntlupp it thi-; week, but will emleavnr to jrive a riiort fimi uviry of Cm points propntoil ami rce nnuii'jiulations made. With respect to the Cuban difficulties the lVesMon! re f.umts the poo l feeling hitherto existing between the ITniteil States and the new republic of Spain, but deplore tlie evil inflnciiee of the unobstructed -lower of the slaveholders of (Tuba, which i in imical both to Spain and the United States, often rcstiltinjr n deprivsnir Americans of their lawful rights and property and too often life itself, and exvres'-ing this sentiment : "In the in terest of humanity, of chili.ation and of progic-. it is to be hoped that this evil influence may be soon aveited."1 Our Government has demanded of Spain, in fettlcm'iit for ...

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 December 1873

THE tn&nb) otn publican. Bailroad Time-Tablo. CtU, St. J-"r and Council BluSi Railroad. iTji., 3Li!l lad.S. iortc' Express. Freight. Express. Evprrs-s. j.li.J:Krii n:l(i am l-JjrJi 2-wam. .aiMLi..SA"i Cii lid 3 .-A) f,Tn-,h f;1 Iri? '" riV) 0:11 1U:-M Barnard-.-- -U ,ur'iili'---':3u Vfwiy MS 3:1- P:25 AM. Ii 0 53-1 .ii- ----- . -, Savannah . -J ciemlle..;-k. aJeton i' jisrnird MsrrTille ..- jnj'aWaV . .......iita. .e.ui .i-j - S:0j 4. 31 4 :.-. S:4J li:00 SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. ,i.,r1i.m':iU In tu column, fifh) cenlt per lint lor out na, Iht gr.icmt head. Those JrA ei"'ttist in thn column are reliable end tlrtigh!fomrtl in their rr;rrtire calling. ' ATruliNKYs! -r i1 HUJCINS Attnn:cy-nl-I,iw. Olliee over ,1. Alih-niLiu'e More. Savannah, Miviuri. Will practice in all Hit Courts ut the -.Ii.h Jii'Ii- .,Yttor.ie--sil-I..iiiv. dlr," (.v. r bavanaah Sal ings Dank, second door. ir W Al.invui.l., uttoriifi-.H-ia'V ! y . N.iinr I'liIiSin. ! ii"iil utiualjit.1 to ftillrctlit; litlM c nnrtjn...

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 December 1873

THE WORLDIN A WORD. I'KKSONAL. AXD UK3iKll.il. Mastebs of Masonic lodges in Now York and Massachusetts arc circulating a petition calling upecial Bessions of the grand lodges of those States to consider the eitnalion of Masons' widows said to liavo been brutally treated by the Spanish volunteers in Havana. Only 3,000 miles of railway were built in tho United States in 1873 a decrease of EO per cent, in one year. A Wasuisotos telegram of the 20th says : Evidence accumulates that Cuban matters will roquiro much correspondence and consequent delay. It is asserted in prominent quarters that no complications need bo feared, as the Administration sees its way clearly, and whilo war will bo averted, the probability is that Cuba will bo free. The wife of P. T. Bamum is dead. Under tho ruling tho Secretary of tho In terior no more than one-quarter section can bo entered by one individual under tho act of March 3, 1873, to eucourago tho growth of timber. Tho Secretary also affirms tho de cisi...

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 December 1873

MOWMMMMMMMMaMMMMMMaiMMCtlWWWBWamCMl "i lirf,-'. If ihf '''t'- - fS-'1 lHUMa I IT - "totaisst-a-ssTri r. f tUMmy nst.ru! ti.itr I . I r n" - - --------j- -.. ; a ; , tt ; ; : - : . . - it;.- i '. ? ' r'l ;;f'i C0XINT 0. E. PAUL, PuMislier. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1S73. yOL.IIL--IST0. 8, The Andrew Republican PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, To the Senate and House of Hcprescnta tins : The year that has passed miico tlio mibtuia tion of my last Message to Conjfrcbs lia, especially tho latter part of it, been an event ful ono to the country. In tho midst of great national prosperity a financial crisis; has occurred that hai brought low fortunes of great pioportiou. Political partisanship Iiai almost ceased to exist, especially in tho agri cultural regions ; and tho capture) on tlio high teas of a voted boating our Hag has at ono time threatened the most ecrions cciiBCiiuonefs. and excited the public mind from one end of tlio country to tho other. Thi?, happily, now is in thecoureo...

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. — 12 December 1873

THE SniJrcto C&onntn CpnIiUwnsomeeSMiltion3tolhi9poimlarop5,Von' 3r ? and a few persons sensible, enough to TERMS: $1 .W per year, in ad eante. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. 1 H1UAY MOUSING, DECF.Mr.KU 12. 1ST3. L Dover, New Hampshire, recently, a 100 biil actually paid debts amount ing to 81,000. aud within tight hours returned to tho man who first paid it out in the morning. It happened that A owed 11 $100. He paid it 15 owed C $100, aud so he turned the bill over to him. Thus it went, aud the ninth gen tleman to whom it was paid, happened to owe A $100, paid it to him, so that it paid all of these debts aud came back to original owner. Mn. G. T. Bkvas, in the present num ber of the Reitm-ICax, we are glad to say, effectually disposes of "Traveler's'' accusations. In common with our read ers, we can not but think the whole matter uncalled for, sines there seems to be so little foundation for the charge that Mr. Bryan either neglected or over did his duty in the premises. ...

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. — 12 December 1873

T n k gfcritD goxtntu publican. Railroad Time-Table. Br. St. JoWh ana UuincJ bums nunao. Freight. Express. Express. fh.ASrJ" 0:10 1-.SS ex z:ou . :00 SSSSffi- s .-Iah'sT e 10:J9 3 ft! S:l- B.'JSi V:UO o:ua gins 3:43 8:W 12:00 -8:W SAVAIiNAH DIRECTORY. niimuo" ' r"'""3". JVy rM" P'r l"" VrV. iucSniing the yeuerct head. Thote J. uttrMt in Ihu cvluan are i 'liable and tftifVjaruari rirrricrHpe rcfmpj ATTORNEYS. C IilGlJlNs, Attoruey-ut-Lnw. Office oier Alirrmsn's htore, Mnoiob, Missouri. J S-Miwutieeiuklltbe Courts ol me :in.iuii- tj.Qreult. VJ 4" 5ilrrD'Attornc y-o t-Ln w. iMc Ter STiml'n Savings Bant, ts-vund door. :.r - c.VLK" -uionicv-ai-ia.i aim ll .. i.,l.lii l,tv mtu-cimI Attention I, D!Jc"ucr. conieyancing" uud inn stigating VMtt- (1 T B". a'101 " ' ' ..' T in all tb court of Sorthwe-t -Missouri, areulion given to business m tin; ruitntr j pr.-j,t- courts. Office over the jail, op- MMitt rrr.naic ojitc. -tut.. X U. GinmSK45 hasre-um.-d the prac I ! ticeoriw. He can lie found .i...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 12 December 1873

m THE EWS. StSATon ScjiNEit's health wj never better than now. Hos. ltrciuiu Yatks died at St, Louie on the 27th ult., after mi illness of a few houru, of apoplexy. He was a member of Coiigreea from Illinois from 1851 to ISoj, Governor of tho State during the war, and United Statea Senator from 1865 to 1871. Secketah v Kobesox is convinced .that Cspt. Hall, of tho Polaris, died from natural causes. The namo of Attorney-General Williams w as on tholhtinht. tubmittcd to tho Cabinet as tho appointee of tho rrcbident to the vacant Chief Justiceship on tho Supremo Bench. Tho Attorney-General in to be succeeded by Col. liri'itotr, of Kentucky. Sexatou Looax, of Illinois, a Wellington telegram announces, viill urgo immediate aitioa on his bill repealing tho Bankrupt law. It provides that the repeal bhall tako effect immediately after its passage. Join M. Lasostos, tho colored lawyer, has boen appointeJ provisional I'resident of tho Howard Umverrity, at Washington. 1. 13. S. 1'iscuiuc'K lia...

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 December 1873

Andrew HE EFUBL1CAN 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1S73. VOL.ni.-NO. 9. CHRISTMAS ODE. B!f t day of all the calendar ! Vntoourtrcth-in'pired Leu Thou ri-est now as fair a when Fiirt rose o'er Iltlhlcheni the i-tnr That lit the Jr.deau bills irfar. While angels mug Good will to men V 0 hallo I'd day: toihcoallied Is all that mot this life endears, Of faith and Iiojjo of doubt and tear?, An! he cf One for kne that died, Y,tlhes again, and glorified In thee, through twice a thousand years ! O'er 'caput of s ucw-eumautlcd earth Thy merry Lells are ringing clear ; Thrice welcome hour, though bleak and drear. And harbinger cf storm and dearth ; Id loving nnf.cs and glowing hearth Thou bringest core than Mimraer cheer. To-day fLall AUence and Uegret Their iron t-cti t r yield to you ; I'or friends to old affection true " Across the Ftormj j can have met. And eye with jojV mifusioii wet Drink light Irem kindred ( yes anew. To-day the Fire that feebly bows Sh...

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 December 1873

THE nbto founts jgcpuWicnn. TEU.VS: 1 oO per year, in advance. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. lllllUY.UOitNlXU, DELKMHEIC 19, l!3. RETRENCHMENT. The signs arc very hopeful that thor ough measures of retrenchment will be ....... .t.,.1 in- Dm tim?cnt Conirrcs. The proposition for an increase of revenue lias met with no favor in Congress, who declare that the expenses of the various departments must be reduced to the very lowest figure, to the end that every effort at reduction shall be first exhausted before new burdens are im posed upon the people." The Secretary of the Treasury exprecs the niu-t de cided opinion that if the head-; oi depart ments will now hold on to unexpended appropriations - far as it is pos-ible. and if Congress will reduce the estimate at every point where it -is practicable, there will be no necessity for imposing a dollar ol ' additional tax. There i knowu to be fully 3i,KX,l")0 in the treasury, of moneys appropiiated for certain objects entirely within t...

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. — 19 December 1873

r T 11 ! Bailroad Timo-Tablc. r.,tii CK. t. Joseph Slid Ccuncil EIuSs Railroad. W1 3 .. .11 . ,,i ,11X11 V .,.. IV Kreitfht. Lpis. l-ilirr?'. 0 10" am 10.'. i-Ji s .) li JO l.ii i:M , Juki ? 1,31 MsaMili ii.n vile I 10 l:i I I- ; si 7:U t 1' 13 11" rA) 10 rx 5 3D 4 3J 4 0.1 3 45 11 -is m li li J i. AM. imhi 4unh i - Kl),llillr i t jjlrkow ' liiruii'l TIU jUrvrille . 2 .so jodiay - li) "savannah directory. lttn-itzeits iii ii fonm. .ff'y rrnj j?r line foroMtgrJi. tnctudmn the aeitcral head Thoc nicer!' ti this column are rettaOlc and ttrtljhtfornrd in Ihtir rrBrrirf c alltirt ' " Ati'oilxkvs. " Ji IlltPilS. Attorney -al-I.-tvi . unire over Aldtruwt'f Man. Mtvaniiali, Alioiiri. ViIl rnrtit-- iu sal thsr Court ol the SHli .ludi .iJOrcuM :iT Vy Attornf!y-:i1-I:nr. 2-"iver f ivannali saving,. Hank, second duor. w f !.lVi:i.L. att.-rae; -at-l.iw anl iV SolArv 1'ublic. Pais special il K-tit ii-n , ciliirtic;. V.inicyauciug ami iiiir-tigutiiig tiles. C". x IlllYAV attorney at law. Hill pnut...

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 December 1873

NEWS IN BRIEF. PE11S0XAL. Secretary of War ISalkuap was married at llarroJeuurg, Ky., on tho lltii iubt., to Mru. A. T. IJjwen, of Cincinnati. Judge Mark W. Delahay, of KantaH, liau rccigued, and Senator Crozier hta been in dorecd for tlio position. -President Grant, in a conservation the oilier day with a number of prominent gen tlemen, declared emphatically that thero "will bo no war with Spain." A Taris dii-patch says tho resignation of Minister Sickles waa based on tho fact of tho Wabhington Government negotiating directly with Spain, and overlooking him. -Captain-General Jovcllar has imicd an address to tho people of Cuba concerning tho delivery of tho Virginias. It is little clso than a humblo petition to them to permit the Mirrender of tho vest1 el, which is au eloquent commentary on the btrength of Spanish au thority in that ieland. President MacMakou has comuntcd the eeutonce of Marchal Bazaino to twenty yeara' becluBion. A delegation of colored men from Louisi ana called o...

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 December 1873

Republican The Andrew 0. E. P1UL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1873. VOL.IH.--NO.10. CHRISTMAS HYMX. Upon Judea's starlit plain There broke a sudden glory, And distant mountains caught tbe strain Of an exalting; story. Above the sad and weary earth Were augel voices ringing, The blessings of a ISavior's biith The burden of their tinging. It trembled to their harps of gold That (train divinely tender; Along the shining flies it rolled In grand and choral (splendor. It floated o'er the sleeping world, A balm for all its sorrow. Its flag of heavenly peace unfurled. To greet a brighter morrow. The fhepherdj keeping vixil there Had heard the advent angtl. Whose word of grace had calmed their fear, And told the new evangel. And when the cmyc ceased, they went To Bethlehem's lowly manger, Where Mary, mother, held, content, The wondrous iufar.t stranger. Still, when the music dies away, And hearts with grief are breaking. We take our path lrom day to day, And. earthly...

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 December 1873

inn Ti ,Ji " TERMS: $1 50 peryc-tr, in ailcanoe. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. vear after this word was FRIDAY MOUSING, DECEMBER M, IK. A iusi'ATCii lrom Washington says that the Spanish Government has fur nished evidence regarding thcVirginius, and that the President has submitted it , in tlm AttDi-nnv OiMierul for bis oninion. ! bursed Messrs It is understood in official circles that the Attorney General has given the ' opinion that the nessel hud forfeited all j ri-rht to bear the United States flair, and , that at the time of her capture she wasi H"-' Circuit Clerk, a further sum was ttl- earrying it without right and improper- !)rniiTht to Marvville that he was in the north part of Nodaway county, pushing for the Iowa line. "D. T. McCoy and Il-trvey Logan started immediately in pursuit, and overtook him jii't above Judge Morehouse's, arrested him, and brought him down to Maryville. The next day they took him to "Savannah at their own expense, and found that the county had ...

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 December 1873

inn iitrriU gnnnhj Republican. Railroad Tirno-Tublo. . (jtj, St Joph and CwncS BlaS KaHnai. niiire-J. Freight Eipree. EjirifJ. &S-T. J. J.-U ess 1:5s 3:UU 7:.V! - 830 .. ..- tAJ . 9:15 l j -vl "Xl.vJ-.. S.li 9 li li S:05 4.39 4.U5 S: .JO Spill - liioo "savannah directory. ATTOKNEYS. CeniUuIXs;. Alioraey-r.t-Law. Office over J iliierniau' More. Savannah, Missouri. vVm-iiceiauIltlie Courts of the SWliJudi t,l Circuit- I Atforncy-at-Lmv. yJjTerSiTancaliiaTinsa Hank, eecoud door. W CALUiVELL, it'.torney-at-l.-iw and , Iu1-i.,- I'm fJm-rjul litlenti.tn : 'wLccanS. "co.i. cIbj" and luvettiiMtta;: I-Cs-1 . 1 1 1 HitV N. attorney a; lv.v. .nil prauice 'r U lh owr;- -f Northwest Missouri ,rfl sttoilioi given tobu-m-ss in Hi.- cniisty I .r.i.t- roaru. O.tlce over the jail, op- puft Probate oiiire. 2 TTtt- N B. ?irliXfishrffni!irilth-iirap-I Irer'ji'liw He can l e foun I al hi. old ol- air.ii ..lc of the p.ibiio iuirc, ta:mn:i!i. V g-'IjrstlJW I'-irtinil-ir nrtt oa jriv.n rilrt'Vni. ofiice...

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 December 1873

NEWS IF BRIEF. PERSONAL. Judge Samuel NoIhod, late of the United States Bupremo Court, is dead. The latent defalcation is that of David A. Gage, the outgoing City Treasurer of Chicago, who is short in his accounts some two or threo hundred thousand dollars. It is believod tho deficit will bo made good by his bondsmen. Frof Agaesiz, tho eminent scientist, died in Boston on tho Htli inst., aged CC years. His disease was paralysis. The notorious Victoria Woodhull attempted to lecture in Ann Arbor, Mich., a few nights ago, but was hissed and hooted off the stage by the audience, consiatinglargelyof studonts. Tho death is announced of Col. Fred Dent, tged 83 years, tho father of tho President's wife. John E. Owens, tho well-known come dian, was dangerously injured while perform ing " Toodles," in Newark, N. J., a few o cu ingo ago. Tho President has appointed Henry Keesler rostmaster at Cincinnati, and A. C. West at Milwaukee. Mrs. Abraham Lincoln has written a letter to Maj. J. T. Stuar...

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. — 2 January 1874

V vv-'j j as:" The Andrew Repu 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1874. VOL.III.--NO. llv C 0 TT N T r BLKMIN OVIi SEW'-YEAR TUIIKEY. jiit dotn at the table, go! comrade of mine; Here It elieer, and come flasks of the vintage of Kliiue; Kmc is warmth, here is comfort, and smiles that lietray liat jiart of the welcome that greets yon to-day; And here in the center, enthroned on a plate. Superb in nrroundings, and n al in state, Yoj UhoM why, what cynic could give him a scol7 With his cranberry courtier, our national fowl. Folk call him a Turkey the name is absurd ; This fowl is a purely Amcric.ui bird. His ttrut and his Robbie, hi arragaut air. His plumage of bronze, speak my coimtryn.au there. Hut no ! he's a coward ah I well that depends ; He can fight for his hen and his chicks and bis friends; And in one thing he shows au American soul You neer can force him to crawl thro a hole. There's an edge to the carving-knife polished and bright ; The plates arc ...

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. — 2 January 1874

ma nbrehj ountu Scpublicna. TEIUT& 91 50 per year, in adoanot. O. E. PAUL. Editor and Proprietor. kiuuay uouxinu, januahy ! h.b -' nr.i. TBANSPOBTATION. The following, from the St. Joppli Standard, so well embodies our views on tlii.s question. Hut we reprint it entire and would ask the thoughtful eoiiMderntion of it by all who are in any way interested in the question of trans portationmore particularly the fanning community : How shall we, at the least expense, i!ehange the staples which wc grow tor the m-inufaoluiV'S which we need ? Of course (here i but one answer that admits of immediate application ; re duce the freight t a rift. Hut there is another answer, which, if more remote iu its application, will be more salutary and permanent : bring the staples and manufactories nearer togeth r. There i only one way to do thi-. We cannot i-irry'our f,,rtf'e Wiil to France, England, Massachusetts Connecticut and Xew Yoik; but we can adopt a policy which Will gradual!) but surely a...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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