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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 2 January 1874

xiti; inirxto ountn Republican. liailrood Timo-Tablo. r ct;, . Iwefh ud CctzB Haft HHnai. r. JH'di Mai! A. 9r ,-.;.re.i F-vight. Ei;r.-M. txprri. I). 10 .t j .a j : AM. .1 6m -illy.) 1:S S:'jO 4.1J t: I.- p . i.-.t rr:,ii! ,BUJ.a..5 ...n:---l . - . a 6.10 i-W S:33 4.33 4 art 3:43 2 JO li:35 ru li 11 :U0 I' ml tie. '" .T:!) wrs-Pl - .7:18 ,.C. fr:SO gV ANWAH DIRECTOBT. 1 u-lUtai-:t in i colann, f.ft? eer.lt per Ui f 3A.tu ,i, including the grnerdl tied. Tta t "jj tlctrlitt li thu iolam.1 ere reliable a:, .... ATTOl.NEYS. "JTjlIit'IN-s. Attorccy-al-Lavv. Orticeover I Alliruii' store, :avaun-.1i. Mi ouri foi wM.-icr i" Court. cube -S.hJiidi-,al drccl; -"jj 77- C SMITH, ly Atloi'll ---l t-I-.:nv. 0 , MwnnaUNsviBtft -Sank, second door. r w (" viilln Kl.i., BlMmer-iti-iaw m V . 't.rr l'u'ilic. Fays i-vcial atlclillo! u 'oLec'ting, V jmrwciu; end investigate!, I T CHY S, attsraey st law, will prat ticc IT ia a-l in courts oi -i-wi.es- jii-wiu -.f.t tfn!i.u civen tohu-inet. in tile rminti l...

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. — 2 January 1874

NEWS IN BRIEF. PEltSOXAL. An chlorate petition has been presented lo Congrces. asking that Abraham Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12, be ect apart as a national holiday. Tho remaiuB of tho late Judge Dent, President Grant'H father-in-law, accompanied by the immediato friends and iclativea of the deceased, including the President and his family, arrived at St. Louis on the 20th inut., and were interred in Bellefontaine Cemetery. Alexander Agassiz, only son of the late Prof. Agassiz, succeeds bis father as Presi dent of tho new scientific school on Pcuikeee Island. Tho notorious Laura D. Fair was recently married to a San Francisco lawyer. The death of Prof. Agassiz has indirectly brought another calamity upon tho family. Sire. Alexander Aganeiz, his daughter-in-law, has met her death from exhaustion produced by faithful watclu'ng st tho death-bed of the older Agassiz. ISudoIph A. Wtthaus, Jr., of New York, a pessenger on tho lost steamer Yille dn Havre, publishes a letter in tho New York 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. — 9 January 1874

The Andrew mm mmmm o. g. pitjl, f.MMer. , , SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY !), ir"' : . v" f " ' . ; ? ''"' ' yok, 1 ft IlEAtTi'EABt. Of all the bouuy Tuda that blow j In bright orcloudy wcatl!rf p Of all the flowers t hat conie and goj. The whole twche. moons together, This little pnrrle pansy brings Thoinjhts of the sweeteslJ'sadapRt thlnr: I bad a little lover oucey Who used to give me josies : Hia rj es were bine as hyacinths, His lip8 rttl asroses, Aad everybody loved to praise His pretty looks and winsome wavi. The girls that vtent to school with m Made'llttle Jealous kpocches, Because he brought rue loyally -tp. Ills Kf-cest plum and loaches, , ' And always at the door would wait . To carry home my books and slate. V "They couldn't see "with pout and fling "Tic mighty fascination About that little snub-uoi-e'thrng To Mdn Eucb admiration ; - - A? if there weren't a dozen girls With nicer eyes and longer curls !''" And this I knew as well as they, And ncer could see clearl...

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. — 9 January 1874

V TUB .frrcto founts Republican. 1 per your, in adcanoc. O . E. PATJIs. Editor and Proprietor. FMUAY MtlllNlX.., JAXUAUY U, Ie7l. It is iimiounml that the State debt of Ki-ntnekv is virtually liquidated in full, with tlie cxcoptiou of the school debt, which ii a permanent loau, aud there lore not redeemable. TltK negroes of Georgia nnd Alabama nre said to be leaving those States and settling in Mississippi and Louisann. orrcsponbcncc. Through Holt and Atchison Coun ties Patrons of Husbandry. lmn Grove, Atchison Co., Pec. SO. 1S73. Kuitou UF.rcniJC.vx In order to re deem a promts-., I take up the pen to give you a few "notes." On Tuesday morning, the 23d instant, I took the train r.t Savannah for Forbes City, in order to take a trip throngh Ho:t and Atchison counties. I arrived at Ama zonia just in time to learn that the freight train had just left, nnd I was doomed to remain until 2 :'20 P. al though I had expected to dine in Ore gon ; but wc are often doomed to disap pointment when...

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. — 9 January 1874

TUE SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. UierlttOMatt In this column, Jlflf cents per lint ' far vie teat, tncludiny Ike general kead. Thott tlm ilctrtise In t'tii colama arc i f Habit and Mtxahtforward in their rcsyeclirc callings. ATTOKNEYS. - .1 Aldvrman'a Stun-. "Snvminiili, MNwrnri. Yl ill practice in aU the Courts of the 2D:li.luill tttlOrcult. a7" t C SAUT1I. t'itt Savannah Savings Hank, second dwr. 'tr W. CALOWKM., attorney-at-lnw mid V . Votary 1'ublic. Fays lcial attention t eoUrttnur, cunicyaueitig and ini estimating ntlrt. li l-w 1 1 ull the courts of N .rifial attention gien tolmsincss in the county "'J nnlMlr MitU. Office over the Jail, op- ;-..; Probate office. z Ct)I,. A. llll'l'l-Sl Hs n 'Mlllini me imi liccsf liw. He can be found at his old nr tc, north U r tnt Pllic eouare, savannah, ioiiri; 5L -,tt-M S. URKEXLKK, attnrnev ami coun ty sclloratlaw. l'artlrular attention given .. ...iwetioiui. (Mice on the south aide of the ,.oirc, in new Kank lluilduur. JOUS B. MA-IOftS, attortiey-...

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. — 9 January 1874

NEWS IN BRIEF. HERSOXAL. Caleb Cashing bin accpcted the appoint ment of Minietcrto Spain. Jordan, -Marsh fc Co., of Boston, ex tcns'iTO dry goods importers, aro charged with fraud o'n thfl revenue to the extent of 51,000, 000 to Sl;G0d,000, and their books have been noized by a GoTcrnmcut official. Hie frauds extend over a period of ten years. The latest rumor in regard to Cabinet changes is that Gen. Schenck will bo made Secretary of the Treasury, IUchardson trans ferred to the Interior Department, and Delano, from the latter department to Eng land! E. L. Baker, editor of the Springfield (l.yWgist(r, has been appointed Consul to Buenos Ayres. rani Solby succeeds E. L. Baker as editor of the Springfield (111.) Journal. -Senator Bogy, of Missouri, has introduced a bill in Congress to nnito tho Indian Bureau iith tho War Department. Thero is a movement among Congressmen to niuto all tho oppenonts of polygamy in favor of one bill. Speaker Blaine has written a letter oppos ing tho resto...

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. — 16 January 1874

. i c- r. ? V r: c O TIN T j The i 0. E. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1874, Andrew TWEXTT YEARS AGO.1 yn wandered in the village, Tom, I've eat beneath the tree I-jioii the school-house plaslng-sroundihich shel tered you and cc ., .jfnonewere there to greet' in, Tow, and few were left to know, Hut played with us upon the green Bome twenty years ago. jbe grass is Just as green, Tom--barefooted toys at play Were sporting just as we did then, with spirits just as gay; But the master sleeps upon the bin, which, coated o'er with snow, Afforded ns riiding-place Just twenty years ago. The old school-house Is altered now the benches are replaced Br new ones, very like the same our penknives have defaced; .Bat the earn old bricks are in the walls, the bell swings to and fro ; Its music just the game, dear Tom, as twenty years ago. ' The river's running just as still, the willows by its side Are larger than they were, dear Tom, the stream I appears less wide, &...

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. — 16 January 1874

THE $ntrcto ountrj ScpuMicau TSHV3: 81 oO per year, in advance. O.E.PAUL. Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY MOUSING, JANUARY 10. 1874. THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Governor ".""ood'em delivered hfc mcs ns;e. to Uio Legislature on Wednesday of last week. It is very Ion;: a great deal of it, of course, needlessly so. Where so much is presented, it is lmt reasonable that some things presented lire gnod. Wc will make a brief sum mary of ths recommendations made in the luefcsase: Retrenchment in the numlicr and pay or officers; a reduction in the number or judicial circuits and Circuit Judges; the abolition of the office of County Prosecuting Attorney und the substitution of a rroscen'injr Attorney for each judicial district; a re ieal of the law compelling the State and counties to pay costs in criminal cases; a law preventing the guards of prison ers en route to the rouitentiary from i harging more than their actual expens es; abolishing Courts of Common Tlcas wherever established; abolishing 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. — 16 January 1874

THE n&ttto ountB fcunblican. 1 AVANNAH DIRECTORS .ittrtUtaU U tktt column, fijll "fl-f" imt?ft. Including the general head, nose J?iocJertie 'ttmf"Tm, ATTORNEYS: TT'iiiiWISS, Atloniry-al-I-iw. Offl"," T Vli'rruau'i! More. Savannah. Missouri,. Wll pi Irttei U the Curt orU.e2a.hJml.- cil Circuit ofioe oTer Savannah savings nans.. . door. IS rTf W CALOWKLL, aUonicy-at-law and W VoUn- Public. Fays pcclat at ehtiou ,;Luilug, conveyancing and iuvebtigntitig ......j l.U" s T HEY IN. attorney ai inn. iu inn 1-1- h, ill the courts of Northwest Missouri. M.f.1 Mll'futioti given tohusincm in the county 'I In "b it- court. Oflice oi cr the jail , oj. J5,l! l'ru!4te oKicc. li C""oi7n- Tt. 5IIilINCShMrcmnedthcprac tceoMaw. He can ba found at hi old of f nStli .'! of Uie public bquarc, Savummli, v,jSin-. V sellor nllw. rrcuUr Attention ien . V'trttiiKM. Oflice on the south side of the r. l" WlUnk liu.ldmg. J5JITil.MA.IHKS, attornry-tt-Liiw. Will J transact all business . entrusted to him JwilS...

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. — 16 January 1874

NEWS IN BRIEF. r PERSOXAL. HirmnonJ, the revivaliBt, has converted over 500 Alton (111.) sinners. Appointments by tho President : Joseph II. Chandler, "Collector of Customs, District of Superior, Michigan: Gabriel C. Wharton, Unitod States Attorney for Kentucky. Tenbion Agents Benjamin M. Trenliss, Quincy, IU.; Edward Ferguson,, Milwaukee, Wis.; Post masters L. A. Ilamblin, Owasea, Mich.; Gustavo It. Wahle, Cincinnati, 0. A. M. Thomson, for many years managing editor of tho Milwaukee Sentinel, has retired, and is succeeded by A. C. Botkin, late of the Chicago Titrtts? Tho lawyers of Kansas are in a bad way. A meeting of members of tho'barwas held, tho other day, for tho purpose of recommending a successor to Judge Delahay, who recently re signed to save himself from impeachment. But uhou the lawyers camo together, it was ascertained that the number of candidates for the position and the number of gentlemen present exactly tallied. No agreement, conse quently, could be arrived at. Do...

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. — 23 January 1874

r. r- C 0 TIN T j The Andrew 3 y 0. 8. PAUL, Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874. vol jn:NO. m: ... V f' Republican .on?. Cdnf here, fond youth, whoe'er thon 1, That boasts to love as well as me. And if thy breast have felt so wide a wound, tome hither, and thy flame approi c ; 111 (each thee what it is to love, Aul by irbt mart tree passion may be found. It is to I all bathed in tears ; To live npon a smile for years ; Tobe whole axe at a beauty's feet ; To kneel, to languish, and implore; And still, though the disdain, adore. It is to do all this, and think thy sufferings sweet. It i to gaze niiou her eyes With eager joy and fond snrprie ; Vet tempered with tuch chaste aud awful fear As wretches feel who -wait their doom ; Sor must one ruder thought presume, Thoush but in whispers breathed, to meet her ear. It is to hope, though hope were lost ; Though heaven and earth thy ussion crossed ; Though she were bright as saluted .jneeus above, ' And though the least ...

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. — 23 January 1874

FT aaaaj f THE ix ffautn lfpnwlican. TEn.VS: 81 iiO per etr, in adcance. imcational. O. E. PAUL. Editor and Proprietor. Auociatr VTdiorj .Mi I'owrll. . not, for it bears the impi-im of its s ush spirited power that can mould and ! great prufiiiitur. When our hands nre Hhioii depravity into goodness, buiy with the ini-tlin;r activity of lily. Fellow teachers, we must ipiin thii : a we sit in rev erie at evening's hour, power by silent, earnest thought and I thought iroes to the distant homes ami tmly. I know that there are discour- EUITUR1 run JAXL.'.RY: Editor In ChM Prof (.10. E. Kh.ir. Luiaioitir and JhI"- hearts of loved ones, and tliey pause to ; agements, liko Hiiiyon lions, in our listen to her silent voice 'till bright eyes I flush and ."lie bears back to us rusiHiiis- I; iir i- ,i . Morris I ive me.-sae-i. ivu mini-;, uiii:iuiiui-.s, Silence. nhn f..ll..n-tn.. ........ 1..- XflJL A.. I wa rrn-i at "the 'i'eacii-'r'd iri.titutr, ns-cuily ; thai her iiiis-ion is not all ol ear...

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. — 23 January 1874

1 v. xjxjs I s SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. litittiumtnti U tUeoltaa, Jfl "'". l""' tr oiu via, including the general had. Thost VjLj adierlite thu ceaatn art reliable end jraktfortcariin their ntfecHrt callingt. ATTORNEYS. T"t lllUSLNS, Attoniey-at-Law. Office over I Udi-rman' Store, tinvnuuah, Missouri. vVilt.racticeinallthc Courts ofthe iSKhJmli Jul circuit. 37 . , . hMTU a"a-roTer6TnnahSvinssIuik.iiecooadwr. j W' W. CALDWELL, attorney-at-taw and . Xotarv I'ublic. Iy 'pedal attention a jllcclUig. 'conveyancing and investigating tllUi. 1 GT BKV" vN, attorney ut law, will practice in all the courlt oi Xorthwest Missouri. (LTirtfal attention giren to business in the county j rfcUt couru. OUlce. over the jail, op- jf. B. ornDDJGS liairc-imii'iltiieprac- i Tif lw. lie can lie found at his old of- ffft uoruiiac ui uiejiuuin. -j-....... " , : 1 - ..... ......11. . tranliall I iy)J a. if i;t-e..M.r.r-, aiiorney ami ciraii V sailor at law radicular alien! io.i given ,,!)Ktio-va. OiLee on the south...

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. — 23 January 1874

NEWS IN BRIEF. mnsoxAL. Iiennett Pietere, well known a few years ago as (be proprietor of the famous " Ited Jacket Bitten?," and at ono time very wealthy, committed. suicide last week. -Gail Borden, tho well-known "condenBer," in dead. Mr. Matthews, Btep-father of Schnyler Colfax, lied at hia reuidenco in Bachanan, Midi., a few days ago. It is announced that Andy Johnson is a fiill-tledgcd Granger. - The creditors of Jay Cooko & Co., to tho number of about 700, have been in session for cevcral days at Philadelphia. Their proceed ings wcro anything but harmonious. After much wrangling they succeeded in electing an appignco and trustees to take charge of the ssfcih of tho bankrupt firm. Col. Peter T. Abcll, founder of the city of Atchison, Kansas, is dead. Tho reunion of veterans of tho Jlciiean war, at AVathington, laet week, was well at tended. Gen. Ncglcy delivered tho address, and Gen. Albert Pike recited a poem. OEXER.IL. representative Hurlbut, of Illinois, has introduced a ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 30 January 1874

1 0 0 TJ N J j, a. ic afc "j ;. !. J..T3 J r..aJCf)' REDREW' i 3 I A SAVANNAEfMISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY BO, .1874. n 3 ra te'dtwn of fril bating, V -.donas' and ..Joyful greets the bjefoettTfPa TUijwns wjdeltssbruSkeu fold ; l.tT.llnfr1yiliahrLl,l S yon motto proudly r glancing, Freedom neither bought nor sold. V'" V.'hcnc i the voice of strange commotion, liea leg empires faff and wide, fatimng with a strong emotion ' Human pomp"a5il ioweran'd pride ? Western breezes, gently stoaiiig, Waft tbe sound through, mist and haze ; Spaniards nov, no longerlaseeliBgJt. Echo back the songs Of praise ! ; y Neirer still, andlonder.pemling,'"" , 'Hark ! the glorioui'MaisdlaisejJ t rjn prostrate, .fierce and,fjaotir, Hopeful hears"tberisiiig strain; Garlng o'er Ifielhe broad Atlantic,"" Tiros the chants her. own refrain " Sow's the agtof peaceful battle. Come, my son", with Britons join ; Be no more like driven cattle. Bought and sold for hireling coin ; Let your priestsid parsons prattle, t ;j'...

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. — 30 January 1874

O. K. FATTZh XAltnr sxad Proprietor. I'lilDAY SIUKMSC, JANUARY JO, 1(C4. THE TAX PENALTY. The fax penalty has been suspended till tas 1st of -April: aelinqucnu can rest eay till then. The Legislature passed, the bill and the Governor ap proved it last week. Mayaville Regis ter. Wo .are afraid, if the Collectors Ao their duty under the law, the postpone tnwitof the tax penalty "will be a "bless ing in disguise" to 'many tax-paver. It U the dutv of the Collector, after the 1st ilay of 'December,- to levy on person al property nnd sell it to pay the taxes. The putting off ol the thus of adding tho-jienalty only gives the Collector more time- to comply with the law, which requires him to declare under oath that he used due diligence- and made every .effort possible- to collect the tax by lovying on and selling personal property. How many delinquent tax payers would .prefer to have their horses and cattle sold tor taxes, than to pay the a33itfoual penally -when they could most convenient...

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. — 30 January 1874

BREVITIES, steams and itin BAVAjnTAJIJKDUCTOKT. A lrrrh ' 'Wi cfasut, J")y cents per Hat .v(9f m. including tk general ktad.: Tkctt rio adssrllts- in I Kit calaam sir rtllMl and ifroifJi(fneri in fkrir rtftctltc calllqt. GARftNTtfe washer at the same time. ATTORNEYS. T ti. BIGGEig, Attoruey-aMjaW. OiHce over J. Alderman' Store, eiavannah, Missouri. Wijljtlo la ill the Courts oftbe SlbJudi- c. bvmi, enai nv.btituii savin s Att6rncy-otiBw. .second door. 3J " W. fcALDWBLL, attorney-at-law and W- . Xofrr Public Pay; MblUe&afi conveyancing r flneclal Attention Uad Investigating z ffttt T. RSxAK. attorney at law. will praiucc In ill tha courts of Northwest Missouri. at attention given to business In the county aid probate coons. Office over the Jail, op- aosiis rronam uimcc. - nOIi. X. B. GIODC5GS hirumllheprac-il,.rl,- He can be found at hl Old of- (Si, north aide of the public squire, Savannah, yisajnn. -HTM. 3. GREENLEE, attot-ncy and conn V suitor at law. Particular attention give...

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. — 30 January 1874

- -. . r r, ,-,1w1 fix - Ti PERSQSAV. It Isjtnrnced that Preeident GrMf;hai , purcEaeed ground jn 3Vasuiugtc-n upon viliica to build A permanent residence. i-'Ciiarles AaUgcTkiated' (toller known to the literary world as "Carl Benson") died in' aiinington, tlio'olhcr day, aged 53. .i-Cineinntrfl 'Chief of Police liaa been dis charged lor being In, league with the, gam biers. 1 .President Grant, batho 19th hist., nomi-.' naled to the Senate llorriton It. Waite, of Toledo, Ohio, to be Chief4us'nco' tMr.,Waito iirepresented as' a -good lawyer, whohaa novor,'held any 'Judicial position or,pnUIc ornco beyond being'one of the counsel of the United Stales before the Geriova' arbitration, ' and the present President, bf the Ohio Con stUntional'Convention." Ho is abont 5S years of age, a moderate Republican, a fine scholar, ahd a toan of' fine physical 'presence." VTite death oi Chang and Eng. the Siameeo twins, is announced. Tliey 'died within two hours "of each other oil the 17th of Januar...

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. — 6 February 1874

Andrew ottipmj Publisher. -' SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1874. sf. " - eM . J . il V.- - -T VliOV IX. Writtrn her reading thenoUceof the opening of & new and splendid beer hail. Drop in 1 as our doors will be open. Invitingly, all through the day, And after the shadows hare fallen The gas-light will show you the way. Yon doubtless haTe noticed our sign post A model, they cay, of Its kind, And everything else in accordance Within our apartments you'll find. Drop in, on your way to the office. Ye business can, portly and gray ; Forget for a moment that matter Which must be disposed of to-day ; Come loot through our splendid apartments, And try our delectable drink, Be sure you have tested its merits, And then let us know what you think. This ' testing" will give you a headache, your brain will be clogged with the beer. And that business matter of import, Somehow, will be not at all clear; V'oull blunder, maybe, in your figure!, And throw a few thousand away, So nutter ...

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. — 6 February 1874

fEULVS: 81 50 per year, in adcancc. O. E. PAUL, Editor and Proprietor. Y! '.. FRIDAY MORHINO, FEBEUAET 6, 1874. IXTcference to our statement that the great fault with primary meetings -was tho fact that they were not sufficiently attended, the St. Joseph Standard editor remarks: A "primary meeting;"' is a primary and hugo swindle every time, and would be such, if all the honest men in the country should be in attendance. An "honest iaan"ha no chance at a "primary or ward mcetinp:, or a convention," and demagogues invite them to such meet ing only to hide their own iniquitous practices. Tho "days of rings will be over" as soon as hemp is sold at a cent s pound and wickedness is punished "according to law." A maa couldn't use more forcible language than that if he had been de feated for nomination by forty conven tions. A youxg lady of Lyons, Iowa, recent ly said: "Some men are always talking about patronizing their own town al ways harping on that duty and yet they go abroad to get m...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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