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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 6 February 1874

r in ii in ii i" " the IfcMHtg Sepnilifan. Sate -SAVAWNAH PIKECTORT. .iits-Ms- ' fon, .'y '- J"!""' 'yTa ir i . .nriiuKi 'h Stneral head. Tkott ilttiverttu in thu column are reliable and ilirUfra.rd tn their rttfectlre eallingt. ATTORNEYS. iTc UiiHilNS, Attoruey-al-Law. office over I Ald.niiau' store, savannah, Mls-ouri. IS.-.tle. in all the Courts ofthe ST.hJudi- D1 .. s l . C. SMITH. . , over Savannah Savings Bauk. second door. rt? w. caluwkll, rney:'To plk. . .. a Ian will yraitice fr. ii ill IhVciart. of, jniwuri iilal attention gin m uusiuch iuiu prefciS wru. Office over the jail, on- l.l W Tx. B. GIDDING; hasreune4thept H flii of law. HfmdIx found at hi old H sorth tide of the public square, Savann rac- of- nnah. 3.1 WlloratUvr. particular attentloa given '.lioni. Office on the eouth side ofthe SffS !tn new Bank lluildmg. SJ i XTTIll niKB MAJOR'S anomcy-ai-iHiT. W uV and carefully. Can be ritr'offl. Savannah, Mo. Las ue iuuuu iuc 24 -Tf nr irv'n Httnrapir at law and I 1 f.laim...

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. — 6 February 1874

1YE1VS m BRIEF. PERSONAL. A dispatch from Mount Airy, N. C, Bays Dr. William Hollingswortb, who attended Uie Biamese twins, is of the opinion that the death of Eng was not caused by any vital connec tion of the artery .passing from one to the other through the ligament that united them, and believes there was no such vital connec tion through the ligament. The bodies, after being embalmed, were placed in a coflin and encased in a large tin box, which was soldered and made air-tight. The whole was then put in a largo wooden box, and packed in charcoal, and xnado secure, and placed in the cellar of tho house. It is reported that the bodies will be disposed of at an enormous prico to some museum or medical college, or placed on ex hibition. A Washington telegram intimates that a duel between Jeff. Davis and "Hangman" Foote is not among the improbabilities. Tho Washington Star announces to-day that tho marriage of Lient.-Col. Fred Grant to Miss Kitty Cooke, daughter of Henry D. Cooke, w...

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. — 13 February 1874

C0TJNT CI JL XIJCJ S. 0. PAUL Publisher. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1874. VOL.m.--NO. 17.' Andrew ANTHONY AND VLEOPATJIA. "I am dying, Egypt, dying ; Ebbs the crimson life-tide fiat ; And the dirk Plutonian shadows Gather on the evening blast ; Let thine arms, O, Queen, enfold me ! Ilush thy sobs and bow thine ear ; Listen to the great heart-secrets. Thou, and thou alone, must hear! Though my scarred and veteran legions Bear their eagles high no more, And my wrecked and scattered galleys Strew dark Acllum's fatal shore . Though no glittering guards surround me! Frompt to do their master's will, I must perish like a Roman Die the great Triumvir still ! Let not Ciesar's servile minions Mark the lion thus laid low ; " Twas no foeman's aim that felled him, Tws his own that struck the blow His, who, pillowed on thy bosom. Turned aside from glory's ray His, who, drunk with thy caresses, Madly threw h world away. Should the bare, plebian rabble Dare assail my name at Home, . ...

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. — 13 February 1874

" ... . i. mi mi " laMinmtin h'iiiiw i eB,''ygM,,''""'SSSS!ft1 e. ..e. e1f V TEAMS: 31 50 per imr. in advance. O.E.PATJL, gaitor and Proprietor. FRIDAY MOUSING, FEBEUAI.Y 13, !s7. STATE SCHOOL MONEY. "We think a vast amount of benefit inl tn tins ncnnlc if the State S14JU1V4 - - 4"- 1 School Fund (principal) wits distributed jjro rata among tho several couimus of the State. As it is now, it is invested in Government and Slate bonds, thus re but little over five per cent. per annum to help dofray the expeus.es of thn unblic school. If this county, for instance, had its share of the principal (some $60,000), it coulil no uouot an be loaned out constantly iu the county. nn securitv of the best cla3, at ten per cent, interest. The school fund would thereby receive a greater annual revc- tmi frnm this source, uei-mittiiic: taxes to be reduced in proportion, our own citizens could borrow money at a rea sonable rate of interest, and the money would be circulation in our own rountv. These a...

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. — 13 February 1874

r-Oji " SAYAJJNAH DIRECTORY. MWtiuwimtt in till cafumn,.Jtfir ettttftrUnc ijrMfiMi. incUdinqtkt gtxtnUhead. Thoit ViJ nicer tilt in fats' rctean art rrliatle and C.Highlfonoari in thtlt. rttftctitt calllngt. .ATTORNEYS J C. UIUGU!SrAttjrn3l-Law.- Oiace over Utprartfcciu'.dlttie'CoarU of the h Judi cial Cirrnlt. tT C SMITH,. .. pie over Savannah Savings Bank, stcoud door. CALDWBIX, s.torneytal. -law and Notary I'ublic. fa - jBirci at ten on p C5ll'cticg, conveyancing mil l iiiiimibu'H . ill n.tlD ".In all the courts of S.rltot M.ti. Sle Pim aural.... -" - --, . ., Alpl ! POIITO. urn..; uili i." guitr Probate office. r t o fsmruvnis i:i.ir.;iimd Ihcprae- 1 VtieeofUw. He can 1 round at hi oldir J. north side of the public square. Savannah, vijonrl. : r.ru s. URKKXI.L'K, attorney and eoun W seller tlaw. rartir.iil.ir attrntian given V(.-Jtctiotn. OMce on the south side of the T'olIV B. M.UOi.S, attoniey-M-Uw Will transact all business entrusted to hint promptly and carefully. Can be tou...

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. — 13 February 1874

NEWS IN JWLEF. PERSONAL. Ota. Thomas 0. Oeborne, of Chicago, has been appointed by the President Minister to the Argentine Republic, vice Gem Julius White, resigned, The bodies of Chang and Eng, the Siam ese twins, haTe boon taken to Philadelphia for an autopsy. Henry Clews, tho New York banker, was married laBt week, at Keokuk, Iowa, to Mies Lucy Worthington. Bruce, the colored 8enator from Missis sippi was formerly the slave of Tellis rorkin sou, of Brunswick, Mo. Edwin Booth, tho well-known tragedian, has become a voluntary bankrupt. Liabilities, $200,000. GEXERAL. In imitation of the singular crusade of the women of Southern Ohio against the liquor dealers, some of tho members of the Massa chusetts Temperance Alliance have organized a praying band of men and women to storm the saloons of Worcester. In Ohio tho move ment is spreading like the epizootic. In num berless towns the women havo formed them selves into bands, with captains, and begun a systematic attack cf prayer on all...

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. — 20 February 1874

0 TJ N T a?-7 ' r ,t -O.-EPAUL, -Pnblishor. SAVANNAH, MISSCRT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1874. 4 , 1' ... The Andrew-ip ii . 4 farmer's song. We envy not the princely mlli In city or In town. Who wonders whether pumpkin Tinea Bun up the hill or down ; Wis cue not for his marble halls, Nor yet Us heaps of gold, We would not own his sordid heart For all his wealth thrice told. We are the favored ones of earth, We breathe pure air each morn. We bow we reap the golden grain We gather In the corn ; We toil we live on what we earn. And more than this we do We near of starving millions round, And gladly feed them too. The lawyer lives on princely fees, Vet drags a weary life. He never knows a peaceful hour Ills atmosphere is strife. The merchant thumbs his yardstick o'r, Grows ragged at his toil lie's not the man God meant him for Why don't you till tho soil ? The doctor plods through Ftorm and cold. Plods at his patient's will, When dead and gone he plods again To get his lengthy bill. The pri...

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. — 20 February 1874

r - , x --seer r .. jag-. 5Jt ; 1 .eniiianaa- - - i T? THE THRitS: ?1 !0 er year, in advance. O.X.PAUL. Editor ud Proprietor. fc'RlDAT UOlttUNG, FEBRUARY 23, IsTi. THE LEGISLATURE. SIOXDAY, FEBRUARY , 1874. SEX VTE Senator Hardin, from the Judiciary Committee, reported mu amendment to the Senate bill relating lo records of real estate. The ob ...... Niii riir-inl liv senator Ilanliu. was to perfect the records of new; counties rtucn i-cmi'jf v irom uiuct ... iju.... ..6 ties had been added. t. i.ni tmvifii that anv lterson interested miv procure ucertiih-d espy of any deed or in strument of writing affecting real estate from the records oflhe cuuty in which the same was originally rec trded. and hav c the sanis record.-d in the countv in which the real estate is located; such transcribed rrcord ah.U I have the same force andetTeCt as the original record, and crrtilli-d .-..i,l. nf such transciibed record may be used in rvtdeuce the saraj as copies of the original rec ord. The bill p...

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. — 20 February 1874

if it .' J ir '1 Mr civ THE SAVANNAH DlRECTORT, A.trcrlfnenfi In tilt column, fflv tcntt ptrHne r o ar, inciting the general head. Those rrho aictrlUt in tkU tolamn are re liable and ttraijhtforuxird in Ikelr respective calling: ATTORNEYS. T C. UIQUIXS, Attorney.-al-Lnw. B'ceo,lCr .1. ALU-man' Store. Savannah, Mia Wfll .rIcinUUic Courts ofthe SHIiJudi cIkUiituU. V. C SMlin,Aorncy.ot.Lw. 0or.Svnnh Saving. Bank, second door. . Notary rubllc. Fays ttti.w to cotfertius, conveyancing and investing titles. 4 . . ...it, . .I..,. 'ri T HUVAN attorney at lan, wm lGr.i'." l I tte. iurU of Northwest Missonri. .Vcf attention riven tobiiMnrss In the county lV:r. ....... nflirj over the iail. on- ,uu prusii tuti- w - m-tte I'mlMtc office. ;i rOL. ' GHJUI.NU's liasrennieiwHe J""-" He can be fouml at his old f- north nidc of the imblic square, Savannan. -ITrM. S. URKUXLCb, attorney iiu-i V sclloratlaw. ISirticul.ir attention given tici.llccttoni. Office on the south Ride ofthe s'usre. in new Hank D...

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. — 20 February 1874

-- - . - t XJSWS -CV BRIEF. l-i -- PERSONAL. -.Eev. Tlorence McCarthy, pwtor.ofthe Union Tark Baptist Church, of Chicago, hav ing been turned out of doors by Lis congrega tion for obscene language in tho pulpit, is preaching to largo audiences in tho streets, in BaloonB, billard halls, etc. Being something of an orator of the apread-eagle style, he is creating quite a sensation, and bids to fair in augurate a religious revival in that wicked city. A Washington telegram says: " Tho court of inquiry in thexaso of General O. O. How ard will, it. is expected, be appointed about March 1. The selection of the five who aro to constitute the court is to bo made from tho following "officers of a rank superior to Gen oral Howard: Gens. Sherman, Sheridan rope. McDowell, Schofield, Meiga and Eaton. Sherman will bo President." In the Supremo Court of Cleveland, Ohio, a jury, tho other day, rendered a verdict of $10, 000 damages in behalf of Edward W. Lyle, a member of Cuyahoga Odd Fellows Lodge ...

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. — 27 February 1874

The Andrew Republican. SO FAVOR SWATS US AXD NO FEAR SHALL AWE. O. E. PATJI., Editor and PiblUher.l SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1874. vol m. w i9. SAVANNAH UBECTORY. j Aifrlittmentt in Hit i-omn, Jtftf etnlt per line J 'or one ytai , lruJ(ny Aiyr ntral head. Thote ao adetrtlte in IMi conmn are reliable anil itrtightforxcdrd in their repectitt rnllingt. ATTOKXhWS. .T C. HIUtilNS. Attiiriwy-a-Law. Offlcener rl . Alderman's Sturr. atuiinli, Missouri Will practice iu all the Courtsofthe aiihJudi Missouri, rial Circuit. u -117 C. SMITH Attornov.t-Lnw, Office over Savannah Saving Bail ik. second uoor. 33 IV. OALlWKLL, attormy-s-law anil v-. I.v. .nnltaftntliiti (o collecting, comryanclug and instigating ntlM. - 1 T. BltV N attorney at law, will Jnu-tlcc IT. in U the courts of Northwest Mfsouri. hpVclal attention Riwn tubusiness In the county ami probate courts. OlUce over the Jill, nj h),Hc Probate office. ' COli N. n. aiII)IXGShasreuniltha.nw ticeoflaw. II: can be found at his oi...

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. — 27 February 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN, SAVANNAH,' MISSOURI. W " FARM, FIELD, AXI) FAMILY.' FARM TALK. Scions for grafting may be cut at any time previous to the starting of the buds in the spring, and -when cut should bo kept in :v cool cellar, where they will not dry up. Extermination or Tree-deetles, etc. Ah old, scalded barrel, smeared inter nally with tar, having a properly pro tected lighted lamp in the bottom, will collect large quantities of beetles daring a night. To cure colic in horses, melt a pint of hog 8 lard over a slow fare, add soot from tho chimney until it becomes as thick as cream, add two or three pods of red pepper, pour tho mixture into a bottle and givo to the nnimal. If tho horse is not quickly relieved, repeat the dose. The Agriculturist gives this remedy for fonndere : As soon as the horse is found to bestifl swab tho'legs'and feet with hot water so not that tho hand cannot bear to touch it, but not so hot as to scald. After a short timo the legs should be rubbed dry an...

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. — 27 February 1874

Jfatkan BothscUld, of London. Tho high priest of the Exchange was i,nnv pvnn in the midst of bis over flowing coffers. Naturally enough, he had few friends and numberless ene Tn his later years he Buffered oTiRtant dread of assassination. TT was always receiving threatening utti.rs. declaring that his life depended on his sending certain sums ol money to certain addresses. He scented murder in every breeze suspected poison in every cup. In sleep, ho had nightmare visions of croucning tilings ; in -waiting hours, he started at every unexpected noise. Hup mormnc two strangers were an nounced as having important business ;th ihi. hanker, and thev -wore shown Tiis nrivate office. He bowed to them and inquired the nature of their BimHAtion. liner Dowea ana saiu nothing, but ndvnced toward him, thrusting their fingers nervously into their pockets. Rothschild's alarm was excited at once. They must be search ing for concealed weapons ; thoir beard ed faces made it clear to his excited fancy...

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. — 27 February 1874

Andrew (o. cpttblic;m. TERtfSi SI 50 per year, in advance. r'KIDAYMOItNINC, FEBRUARY U, 1K7. OUB"NEW DRESS." Tlio Republican greets its readers this week in an enlarged fbrm.clianging, also, from the folio to the quarto style. The larger size of the paper will give us more room in which to reproduce the county news, and the eight-page form will give to advertisers the advantage ot greater prominence to their advertise ments. We have been to considerable outlay in making this change, but we hope to reap our reward in an increased subscription list and greater advertising patronage, together with the well-wish-cs of our old patrons. Our rates of subscription will remain the same a dollar and a half a year in advance and our advertising rates will not be changed. HON. IT. B. BEOWN'S LETTER. Representative Brown gave his views or Granges and some prominent polit- ical questions of the day, in last week s I'.iijur iv nil regain iu iiiu twins m hit-. order of Patrons of Husbandry, we thin...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 27 February 1874

raan QowonnnTi Mo first dav of October: and it shall also be unlaw- fearannuu, .fnlMcilch.kill.orlnjurc.ottoi.ursiifjKJiliiiiirh Tin- St Jnsptill StSUlUard of hist week Intent, nny wiHsl-rnrk, between the tenth dav 1 , ' , ... , .1 olJanuary and the lirst day of July; and It shall S tllti rolldWtll descriptive Of the Ciy lai lie unlawful to catch, kill, or injure, or to Itrt if haviuinall anil Itn HioUtUllous. li iliiwtnrc aiiHwuun ..... - - ot the town, which we must omit on ac count of limited space : This citv. ne.tr the center of An Irew county, ot WHICH II W llie capital, first luiil out am town in 1841. st laid out as a town m ion. . U'lie country Hurroununi': has plenty ot lilllbiT anil H Uttuklv .settlltl With' U'""1 1 ,fi i " i . r..:,r..i !,, f thrifty fiimier. I he land i lrtutiui m 1 ....... ....I. . Il.ii nitrl . .'t-iin fruits ami verctabes : thenortli- " . . i..r....;r..l ..ml r,.iitlr ca.tcm portion W benutltul atltl Kull"y utuiulatiti"" prairie, 1 he present popula-...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 27 February 1874

HOW T1IKY " POOLED" A STHA-KGEIt. A stringer from" toe jnountiins came slowly riding down, r And stopped to get his dinner in Montezuma town. And his rough-haired, raw-boned, played-out, tired ' and hungry-looking steed, ITe sent out to the stable to recuperate with feed. It wasnl such fanoy horse his joints' were very large, J And his legs trans our wen, side of him lite oars upon a-uarge. And the stranger who came riding that nig to Men- tezume, ' Had no exalted opinion of his qualities, I presume, But when they went to chaffing him those sporti arrosii theHamre That hfBheul-1 get bis dander np is nothing very fitf-Anfri And when they talked of betting that they had a colt "fignitnar" That could beat his horse, he bridled up with. " Gen tlemen, m swar, "Altho'Idont mnch keer to run, I never let hunter Btaff'nie while I hare horsefleph. that can wale or trot or canter. So if youVe got a renin' hoss, or a dozen, trot 'em in; And ni try (o, mate U lively, even if nary a red Then like...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 27 February 1874

n noticed in one" of onr exchanges this track the statement 01 ra. duuu uuu6- L:-.. ,.r linnlli .TeffflreOU. Mo.. WUOS0 BOH Was nf itK-inipnt coiiflumotioii by the use of Johnson's Anodyne LimmenU Wo refer to tki at this time as tending to corroborate the statement we mado lant week in relation to' this Iiiniment as sppucu iu nuiuujuuw, Com. It Congress bad employed as mncli it;. lnll in tha'arranffemeut of its " Ko- matrnctionrolB atthe dOBO, an tho "War TionrimpnldidiiitIio"becinniiiK of tlio war, in arranging for tlio nunufacturo of what was called Sieri'lan's Cavalry Condition J'oiclers, nr lm tine of the cavalry horses, no donbt the Union would bare been restored long ago. Go to Riverside .AVater Cure. Hamilton, III ltrowu'a Atroneliial Trtwlief Jor Irnghi . uid Cold. A COCOH, COLD OR SOKS THROAT Heonlrei Immediate attention, and ebonld be Checked. If allowed to conttnne, Iesitatiox or THK I.C0'i A rEllKAKIMT TnaOAT AT7XCTION OB ax Isccbabijs Ltjxo rjitiASi ii often tbe reiuit....

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 27 February 1874

Bailrosd Time-Table. I'tnm Olj, St Joseph and Comdl Bis rUfaai North: J111 xMi Express. Freight. Express.. Express, M.fOBepn..o:.xrJS ouu u i rJK raonia..3uVi 1M -avannnh ..4:10 7:5$ . i:oseudale..4:30 8:30 :tolekow...4:4J SM Itsrnard 433 8:15 Maryville..5:je 10:20 S'odaway ,,... 3:08 M?oMpb..8:90jUC (1:10 rM 12:rK tMXM 3:00 3:11 9:25 AX Ynuuonia..8:05 5:30 8:05 4:30 4:05 : 3 JO 12 12 9:00 4nTannah-..7:33 IIosendaie..7:33 Unlckow ...7:40 l!arnnnl..7:10 Maryvllle..B:SS Nodaway . 12:00 8: LOCAL BREVITIES. But a Singer if you wish a goodnnd lasting macmno. Sunday night last was generally thought to be the coldest night of the icason Oats and corn wanted at Savannah .Mills, for which the highest cash price is paid Aix orders addressed to Singer Agent, Post-office bos 141, will be promptly at tended to. Gardner's washer took the first pre mium at the St. Joe Exposition and iiouuountyair. Remember the great public debate on "Woman Suffrage" to-morrow night at I ho Court-house, and come ea...

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 March 1874

0 O VJ T y Republican. -VO FAVOR SWAYS US AND XO FEAR SHALL AWE. O. E. PAUL, Editor olid Publisher, i SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1874. y' in. n 20. Andrew SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Jijrrriifmri' in tki rolumn, .fifl) centt per line J(ir OUr IJCT, IMIlMl"y c yr.irim nr..i. kiwi trho aitvertise ia M.'j column tire reliable and )lmihlorir.iri in their rctpei tirr calling). ATTOUNkYs. " II'. HH.'i.lNS, Atlonicy-at-I.aw. onieco,er . Mirin.iu's More, satuiniah, Missouri. Will practice in all the Courts ut'thc Sth Jinli ri.il Circuit. 3S C. S.NHTII, A1 torncy-nt-Law. O.Ure over Savannah sav ings Rank, second door. W. CAI.IIWKLI., attorncj-at-law ami .Notary l'uiiiic. rays special "i1!"" i-ting, "come, jncing anil investigating to cullcctin; title. CI T. 11KV IN, attorney at law, ill prut tire X. i" all the court-, of Northwest Missouri, f-iivcial attention gicn to business in the enmity jimI iiniliste courts. Ollice over the jail, op- loitc Proh.ttc otuee. COL V It. (Hl'lMXt.Shasrc.umeilinc...

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 March 1874

I ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. NEWS IN BRIEF. PERSOSAL. Dr. Peters, of Hamilton Collego, has dis covered a new planet. Minister Schenck is coming back to Amor ica on a visit of three months' duration. Hie Kansas House of Representatives has impeached Josiah E. Hayes, Stato Treasurer, for high crimes and misdemeanors in office. Ex-Senator Louia T. Vfigfall, of Texas, is dead. Judge Thomas C. Jones, of Ohio, has boen appointed a momber of the Indian Com mission. OEXERAL. The Snpreme Court of Now Mexico has decided that the Pnoblo Indiana of that Ter ritory arc citizens of tho United States. All the Bchool-childrou and teachers of the country are invited to contribute to the fund to give the Geological Museum at Cam bridge a perpetual endowmont in honor of Agaseiz. Memorial services are to bo held on liis birthday, May 28. at which time contribu tions may be offered. The temperance crusade continues to epread, and threatens to invade every part of tho country. In Ohio,...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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