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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 24 April 1874

now ciiuomos ai:e hade. Chromos are printed from litbograph icstones, each color requiring a different impression. The lines which receive the ink or oil colors are composed of some greasy substance, which is applied with a pen crayon brush to the stone. The inky material is then washed with a weak acid solution, which has the effect of hardening it. "Water is then applied, which weta the clean portions of the stone, learing tho greasy lines dry, and after this the ink or color be ing laid over the entiro surf aco of the stone, only adheres to the greasy lines, The art was invented about tiie year 1800, by a Bavarian, named Aloys Sen efelder. The best stones employed in lithography, are slabs of alight-colored kind of limestone, found nt Solenhofen, on tho Danube river. J. hey are very fine-grained, are of a pearl gray tint or light buff, and are very hard and free from defects. To prepare hcm for use, they are ground to a smooth, even face and polished, then they are ground or roug...

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. — 24 April 1874

Jfttdnw o. gcpnhlicim. J of his labor over two or three counties, TEE ALEXANDER TEIAL. Bailroad Time-Table. scattered over his own anil other States, ... tor-one year, we will guarantee that Kansis City, St Joseph and Council Bluffs Railroad. . .,, ft ., , . .. Itawik. Mall Mail "u "--'. --M"-' Testimony Taken and Argument , or oouiiflai tor Tnreo uays Jury Disagree. i ratron Tooclotr tllionilHrr ,1 bii.r wnpt nna cusuilll j Co-Opejative Fire Insurance. i Ai.i, persons who wWi to emfoTafe , The following constitution oi a tniilnal farmer. ' !, Sl-ito ill 'IVtiAHhiiM mII . w ..." insurance company arNiiupinied the rcimrt or ft, . , r ' "v' i (he rommitti of the Andrew County Council ..r ! ':'st'" ''- stnru of John J. Miller. Nortk: Mall Mail lllo.u..c.c., jiicsuay morning oi nisi ivccs . rossTITlTtoX m. Jowph MSi 6"oK1m EiXK ! rient'e ask a rublishcr t0 8l,W'y Mm ; occupied in entpanueling a jmy iu tin: , WllBint, The .arming entity f An- Aimzoum..3v 6:m i:ss "tin with a paper a year...

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. — 1 May 1874

0 o'tf N T Andrew Republican. JC-- A'O FA voi: .S'll'.l 3 SHALL AWE. O. E. PAUIi, i Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FIUDAY, MAY 1, 1874. VOI"IIX. N- 28. T.S .IA7) A'O FEAR SAVAXKAH 3MREC70RY. .id-rrtisrmeitt in t'tis column, fifty cents ptr line , tor one ' " tut laifinrj the general head. Those i -'fHo nimti ii thu iot:tmn are reliable nd tt,iithtfo -iranl tn thru respective cnlhiuji. j " A'rn ) i in h ys: T ll.Ti:w vltr, Vturacy at law :in. Notai y l'ultii aiiv, niti-h m-,., t.pi-'.uii-. I'.n-tir- ih ir-'U- lit lo inker m mcy can hate it -c-can-l with real e-tate m -h n iioiiee. 21 ITT Ss-.'il . r -T . A . .. T :).iift-orfc-n:mr.:iIinin. Hank. mi'oiicI Umm, IT W. (-.MVKU ;iitmnc-at-I.iv :.$! T f N'll ir. I'liMir. I'.ti - spec":. I ntli nfi mi (o r ilU-rimr ooiu-:rifiiiir and mt intent in,; G T. IIIIY N. atlunii'y at law, will tio j .n-ci. atrfiili'i.i i;ncii liltus"m5 in thi cmuly , ivl pri!i nuii. t tract tivt-r tin jail, 'Mi- M-iti rr-'lt-ili I'liirt'. 1, I COL- X. IS. ;ilH...

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. — 1 May 1874

i . fiSO G3USTY REP'JBLICAIi! SAVANNAH, jIISSOUIU. JEWS M BRIEF. PBRSOSAL. Advices from Manitoba indicate that Hie!, the murderer, who was expelled from tlio Do minion Parliament last week. v. ill be re-elected by his constituents. Tho Xcw Yori; Board of Aldermen havo adopted a ra-olution calling on tiio Mayor to remove the prc-eut Police Commissioners lor incompetency and ccrraptiou. Mrs. Turner, of Crown county, 111., ban iveu birth to a child having three pep.ir.tto nd devclopod arms. It ia enjoying got.d health, sud is pronounced a most extraordina ry natural enrio.-ity. Hen. Joseph Drnmmond, Commissioner of ihc General Land Ofiice, haa tendered his resignation to tlio President. tWXMtAL. Bald Mountain, in Western Xorth Caro lina, continues to tremble and groan, tho noise and shocks being heard for a hundred uiilca around. It is lirraly behoved by region that an eruption ia "dentists in thai imminent. The Hon. Alexander Mitchell, President of the MiIw.in'i-.oo and St. Paul railw...

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. — 1 May 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Mttle nc on Hi Woman .UtieMton. JI and Dolly, Jack end Polly, Been to take a walk, lie aud IVily felt real jolly ; IMlly couldn't talk. Jack was haddest, he was maddes! Ciiylfur seest, "Cause Nurse Mary wouldn't carry 1I.E weloeoes-de. Wo rcnned races ia nice plicc fteits; through the par! Jjei was naught) ; mamma, ought he Maia Poll's doggie bark; A we-e, w-e girlie. Lair all curly ?nck a pretty dress 'la -no v. as wikin'; uurao watalkiu Ti r lieau, I guens. Puff j'lmiied at her; how it Fcart her? Down she fell, 'inos' dead, Cjui-c Jack said S-e-taks her! thought 'twould break her r.ity r.iile head. . Ttrant Puff, xuamnia, 'cause Poll's gramma said he'd neper Lite, lie's so running, heV just funning, lie soaght it was right. Wuat' '-lie reason boy if teas.n' AI' the time to girls? Line I ncie Harry, 1 shall marry Some n.ee girl with cnrli. A Curious Pnir ot Jnws. JLon"t yon think it must ie n curious tuir of jaws that can bite off a chunk of cold iron as easily as...

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. — 1 May 1874

Ti'mrc. cm -ii ,..,.. .',. ,....,...., ! ii.HM.i. v L 3ii, uui.ii.iLi.. nim.vY Miu:xi.. .m.w i, 1-74. .eHMMHMnH.MMMmMMM liCC.lll-e ll 1- 11 ).'ll Ml U'liNCl!! ll-fll, aiM It pUlll! ' ' iliitv fort ! ivnmeii of thi- rounlrv, sini-c (l-id 'I'm: St. J-fi'l)!l (Jtizcttu, of a lucent l'-M,-ium tli. in l--mtiril li.iu.t in "it, ami. -cut -1 liilhtllias hnll-elml'l Inholt-r- the Inilnin ami date, s:lV.i this: ! t i t ist-;inl iiui-ai'til-fnr of :ui..Ilicr liml. tn be ,, " , , , 1 rtiviml and made tn -lure the Misins of the I ho Ijer.iltl put on it "Jr.s-es vo.-lei- uniti-roi v-iim?r. Ir.v incirr'rr, and looking Mir.tl t over ' nnintfs ivmnre.-t, ptibli.s!ur, s iim.nl tho rrosiuo:a's votn. .-niil that it vnnlil W:,v' wk' In-a bis thing for tin- Hast, but awfiillv I TiiBKBiTi:.ir.-wvi!.nvfttviiu-ii'iyiiavl0,.ra-.lUastruas Ki tho UVst ami Southwe-t. ! ,u mcn.i :! Jiucaiin.- to thnittcniimi In other worU. tiio bakers ami wholo- ! " '.a,i,.., ,i ,.,-, tin- receipt m.t .-m.iui-xile monlumu of St...

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. — 1 May 1874

0U2 NEIGHBORS. Nodaway County Items. Fiom. the Kcpiibliran. f i' f!.-.l...m Mini vi!i lost their little liov lv tins cerebri) iiiii.il-niL'iiiiijri-' t.s on SaltlldaV 1:11 . , Mr. Will-.-tm Tijnior Uim1 at his res-1 i.lcnce in Maryvilie." -on Saturday, April j.s. Father 1'owers .-tails fur an extended , tour in F.umpe ami the Jloly I.uud .-hortlv, with the intention ol hein:r jrone -.' .... " 0 several veais. IKr.nu th Di'iiKierat.l Tin lmst-olline at I'liion Valle. the Noda-.vav :iwr. has iiiirn di-emiliti- 1 , ,1..,, 1... i ,,. tiu tied, and 1 e-im that lieieallerthe lil.iil of that illire Will Moi at (Jllltmail. 1 -Fall wheal 5s Iool.ii,- ill llii- 1 -"ion and nromi-e i1.- a larirer vield I lieraere than 011 anv tirevion- year. -eim-idi'r.iiiie amiiuii ni .-linn-; wheat ha- lieeu sowed an.L t!...nKh ome ot it , Mas -ot :u .ate, the i ro-i.eet K -ood. , -W.u th e-umty recently ve.ted on the -tnek law and Iieat km milty had ue.irly three M one lint w ..re.lieted that re-ult hefore ...

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. — 1 May 1874

ADVICE TO TUOE VETTlMt MAR HIED. If you t-UouM o'er set married, John, 111 tell jou wbat to lo Go Rtt a little tcueiaeut, 4 ast big enough for t o ; And oue dre room for romjiany Ami ivj- iare ImmI witbiu it. If youM lgiu Ii's life arijjlft, YouM b?ti?r thus l)?jia it. In furniture be modratf, John, Anil ltt th tnirel chat re wait ; One looking-Ua-i will do for both Yourself aud loiii; mate. And Brunei, too, and other thins Vliicli make a fine aiicaranco, 9U you can betler afford it, they Will better loot a year hence. Some think they must have picture.'', -TjIixi, Stirrb and coKtly, too ; Your wife will lx a picture, John, It that siillic for jou. Ileineml't-r what the m man paid : A tent and lne wilhiu it. I letter thin a Hplendid Uoiim Villi bicienug cwry minute. And one word a to ckiu:, Joan ; Your vfiU' cju di it Wtt Tor love to make th? biscuit rUa It? better far tliau jeast ; Jfo matter it each diy you don't liriuj; turkey to the tabL TmtiH better rdi-sh by and iiy, WLtii yiu...

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. — 1 May 1874

iA.yi;rnr x i:vs-a Xoteixg mates a person laugh so much v.s a set of new teeth. A man may forge4; his business, his family, anil all the sacred obligations of life, but he alsvnys remembers where he got that counterfeit bill. Tur. husband of Mrs. Whipple, the prominent temperance woman, had a narrow escape lroiu a most ludicrous accident, Tuesday morning. He had been to one of the neighbors to borrow mibus brew1, and was going up the stoop ef his hor.se on his return, when a ten penny nail used to fas-ten his pants and suspenders together, gave way, and he had but just time to spring through the door as the pants came down. Theki: was a clam chowderand a good time generally at the "Sixth Ward" House, Saturday night. Just as the party were to sit down to the repast one of the speakers got in a tcullle with TouncMr. "VVnkcly. They were sepa rated at once, but not until 3ir. Wakc Iv's arm, nvtiitly vaccinated, was badly tiial.eii, and the scab lost. It was an un usually fine scab, and ...

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. — 1 May 1874

Andrew (a, jgcpitblieim. Railroad Timo-Tablo. Kmsas Cit, St. Jo:eph and Council Bluffs Rajrcai. North: Slai'A Mail A i:iin. Flrisht. l'.xiirr.-. Kprr--. 2 :'!." AM. Z.i't "-i..To.-iph '; VkKH B:1i ax IuAi-m Vuiazoma .3 BiVi s-tvaiy-'U 'ft "-"-I Iim rj jilr V&)' liiitcljvu- A-W- b.'iU I: iruirtt .4 M. 1 Ja Man U .jvso itxM -i .)j t?--vm CM rat li&trx U-Cfl AM. iiuiuu:i..!:(ii SJI5 4 .TO llit'i!il'ilf. Itolikoir ...7:21 fit.iiiil...-.7:10 MjivUlc ..(i:Si. XfiUi.waj. 11:17 "MUUincry and Dressmaking. Mi.-s Matttc Ent opens up di-ess,uaking 1 Myle- counting ot reat.y-mado c-Iolli-Af (iaizier's, west end the Square, and ing. hats, cups, boots and shoes, gents? , .ifst- rakes chanrc- of the millinoiv de-: pit tmcnt trims hats. &e. Also, ctcek of millinery and dry goods. '- i. J , . Tin: place to buy Singer, "h;eTer A WiNon. drover Si linker and Hunt- i eivhig maehitw needles, at Tuerj, ' eiving inacliitH! .-outli ot Cotut-lioiiM.. LOCAL UlU'JTIES. Xr.w goods at Hush-H's. SiiKad...

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. — 8 May 1874

mi a i Republican. .vo .fv.ro; .suMr.s r.s ja .vo .?;-!; shall awe. Ol E.PAUL, ? Editor mid Publisher, i SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1874. V01 HI. F 29. ine Andrew ii SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Airertiteaentt i this ro'tiwii, .Afjf cfn per line ' Jsr ate $rat including the jenerct head. Thone va airertise ii Atf totttmn ere reliable end ttrtiiMfortfard in their respective callingt. ATTOKNKYS. r II. sTKWAKT, Attorney at liw and Xotary rj , nunc. u .,....-.i...4-.t, ... nu,,.-. . . tics desirous of Inaniiig money ran hai i- it sc- t I . Public. OSire,( oiirt-home, Ui Mair. Par yured wilh real r-'tatf on i-hort notice. w. i:. MlTfl. yvt rornny-nT-LinM' ufficc over savannah Savings ll.uis. second !o 51 W. r W.MH'KI.I., ttorncy-a-l.iw- anil ,V.i?.un- lo collecting, lomeaming ami invcsii(,a'iir. i mlc. SI Xntarv I'uhlir. Pit iecial attention T. BUY AX, attorney at law, will pr.n tire JT. in all the rourU of XortMrrt Missomi. Special attention giieii tnl.iiines in t'.ir count uJ r!ite rrtnrt-. ...

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. — 8 May 1874

n ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAR. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. XfflVS W' BRIEF. PERSOSAL. Vice-President Wilson will soon Icavo on a Southern trip, which - ill probably extend to California!, and will includo a visit to the Hot Springs in Arkansas. Hero iH a warning to blundering drug- gistB. Margaret Black, of Fall Iliver, Mass., was nearly fatally poieouod by taking aco nite, which eho supposed to be picra, being eo labeled. Sho sued the Iioeton firm which put up tho drug, and has just recovered $15,000 damages. It is reported that Carl Schnrz has ac cepted tho editorship of a leading German daily at $10,000 per annum, and will removo to New York at tho end of his present Sen atorial term. A lady in Terrysburg, Ohio, who has snf crcd greatly from having a drunken husband, lias gone crazy during tho crusade, and now creates Uito an excitement by appearing on tho streets with a club, with which sho hatters in tho windows and doors and destroys tho glassware in tho saloons until some person checks ...

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. — 8 May 1874

HOUSEHOLD KITCHEN. AND THE FA KM. Clean and Dry. Stables. A horse nill endure severe cold weather without much inconvenience, so long as he is furnished with a dry stable. But require liim to stand on a wet, foul floor, and liis health will soon begin to fail. Horses often suffer from cold feet and legs, ami many stables have damp and wet floors. Few men who handle horses give proper attention to their feet and lees. Especially is this tho case on farms. Much time is spent of a morn ing in rubbing, brushing and smoothing the hair on tho sides and hips, but at no time are tho feet examined and prop erlv cared for. The feet of horso re quire more care than tho body. They need ten times as much, for in one re spect they are almost tho entire horse. All the grooming that can be done won't avail anything if the horso is forced to stand where his feet will be filthy. The feet will become disordered, and then the legs will get badly out of fix ; and with bad feet and bad legs, there is not...

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. — 8 May 1874

4mhciv go. geyiibiicim. TKH.VS: 1 ii'l per year, in advance. FlllDAY MOUXIXU, SI AY H, Wl. A GOOD SIGN. The St. ,T(wc)!i Heralil Kays tlie h: anro of trade for tin: lhv-t time in .--imii; years is in our favor for tins lirst h:lf of tin: jiroent li.scal year. Authoritative figures, ju.t imblislietl. present a clu-or-inl comparison between the eurrent lis eal perio-l and that immediately preeed inj: it. The b-ilanee in our favor to date is SS.tMli.-iT in goods, anil $l;'i.SS7.;-J in gold; while tin; total ditlVrenee be tween our entire imports and exports in the periods named will be over 100, OV,)0. AVe reeoginze in this statu of tilings a healthy sign. Our people have Iteeome more economical and attentive to productive bu-iness ; speculation has "been checked; we have bought less and sold more in our intercourse with foreign nations than has been our wont latterlv. When the grangers, or the farmers, or the workingmeu of the West, hold a meeting and pass resolutions indorsing the ve...

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. — 8 May 1874

0 jE NEI3E3023. Worth County Items. Frnni th-s,ur. I ne. emens oi weaver pnmoc to buiii! a town hall. L. T. .M intern. Ki.. of Amazonia. Andrew eouutv. was in Alb-mill,. b,vt week. .Mr. K. Lowe, of Allen township, killed an otter l.tst .SattirJay. Its weight was 17 pound.. " " The eitizeus-in the vieimtv of Wim--ir.i:ler.s Mills are preparing to build a Cnioit Church building. The -.inn of I has been subscribed. Theizc will he i4:!; feet, two Tories, the ujioer one t be iied as a hall. from thoTimc. V.V learn froiu several of our farm--r who have been living in this eouutv lor litteen nr twenty e:ir-, that there was more wheat raised in this eouutv j.t. .-.ir. mail any oilier year previous, and from llie present nrosocct for wheat till- i-asoii, uie vieia will iluuble that of i.i year. Atchison County Itonis. It 1.1m tin- Advoe.iti-. , On l.ist Tue-dav niirlit a week the , I .veiling hotisftit ,J,,!ln Yates, at l'iielps, was Ijurned to the ground and everv- tiling consumed. " The Co...

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. — 8 May 1874

THE JUSTIFIABLE SUICIDE. I met him on the boiler-deck as we sailol out o rort. He seemed to bo a gentleman one of tho better fort; lint lie had a most ferocious look, it maniaeal eta re Such a hunters find in timers as they rouse them from their lair. Wo met r.gain at even, when the cabin lamps were lit. He dii by an ancient female in the after-cabin pit. Then he wore a look of Borrow such a fearful look of wo1. As Xlolie with her children on the tainted canvas show. Mii we met again at midnight as wo glided down the stream. And all around was ttiUnes Fave tho Vcapius of the team ; Then he had a lo)k of wilduess of misery and despair. As be sared into the waters, as if something drew him there. I sought a conversation, and asked him if he knew That we aore on & dangerous boat, and had a des perate crew. I told him that tho engineers were carrying the i team so Irish That any minute we might be meandering to'rd the fcky. And tbat the pilots both were drunk, or so I under stood. T...

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. — 8 May 1874

H'JS UYIXGSTOE jXSAXE "Vfben Stanley first announced his discovery of Livingstone, there was a good deal of bkepticism in regard to the truth of his statements, especially in England. Leaving out of the question the natural mortification that an Ameri can had succeeded in accomplishing what Englishmen had tried in vain, it was quite evident that the rollicking letter produced by Stanley as the pro duction of the missionary explorer was strongly aud not favorably in contrast with his previously published writings. The genuineness of the strange docu ment and of Stanley's story was proved, however, by iucontestiblo evidence. Yet the remarkable- change in Living stone's style remained unaccounted for. A correspondent of the New York Graphic attempts to explain tho case by the hypothesis that Livingstone had become insane. He says: "If we once grant this, we can understand his later letters, his refusal to return home, his lack of intelligent method in explora tion, and his loss of inte...

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. — 8 May 1874

Railroad Time-Table. Kir.sa; CSj, St. Joseph and CaixS Bluffs Railroad, jforth: Ma" -"ail Kxpress. Freisht. Kinn. St. Joseph. .3:3.1 I'M 0:10 am 1 :.." rM Express. 2:3.1 Ail. 3:00 0:3.1 Savannah ..4:10 U(WMiiI.ile..4ai lloIrkow...4:12 1ani!inl....-4 -M Marvville..5:30 .tlIIUIllllu. . "...r io 7 AS 8:30 8:50 9:15 10:20 "N'ouawar ......... ...... 2:00 II South: M. Joseph. .8:30 AM i:10rn 12:31 rM Amazonia. .8:0.1 5:30 12 12 12:00 ax. 1101! Savannah.. .7:53 .1:03 lEoi'nvliilo..": 4.30 ....... Itnlckow ...7:29 4:075 ....... Harnanl......7:10 ."1:4.1 Marvvillc.. 0:3.1 2:30 N'oiUwav 12:lio 11:17 Millinery and Dressmaking. Miss Mattic- Ent opens up drcssniakiii: at Glazier's, west end the Square, and also takes charge of the millinery do pat tment trims hats, &c. Also, new stock of millinery and dry goods. Tin: place to buy Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, (! rover & Uaker and Howe sewing machine needles, is at Tyncr's, south ot Court-house. LOCAL BREVITIES. JJr.w goods at Russell's. ...

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. — 15 May 1874

0OTINT The Andrew Eepublican. NO FAVOR SWAYS US AND NO FEAR SHALL AWE. O. E. PAtJX, ) Editor od PnbUiner. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1874. YOL HI. F 30. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. itrtrtiitmenJt in tU column, fifty centt per line for one gem , including the general head. Those xho advertise in this column are reliable and striijhtforicird in tktlr respective calling!. ATTORNEYS. JH. STEWART, At tome y at law and Notary . Public. Office.Court-hoose, up stair. Par ties desirous of loaning money can have it e cured with real etate on Bhort notice. 2-t C. SMITH, Attornoy-at-Lair. 0111 cc over Savannah Savings Bank, second door. 33 T W. CALDWKLL, attorney-at-law and YV . Notary Public. I'ajs special attention lo collecting, conveyancing ana investigating titles. 2 T. inall the courts of" Northwest Missouri Special attention given to business in the county anJ probate courts. Oflice over the jail, op posite Prolate oflice. ii COT,. X. B. GIDDCJGShaiireturacdtheprac ticeoflaw. He can be found...

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. — 15 May 1874

ANDREW SOUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. hews ZAr BRIEF. PERSOXAL. The Fresidcnt lias mado tlie following nominations : Goorgo Lount, to be Receiver of Public Moneys at Prcscott, Arizona ; Toat mastere, Miss Colestia L. Edwards, at Ocono mowoc, Wis.; Joseph A. Wheeloek, St. Paul, Minn.; N. H. Ives, Independence, Kati.; Da vid A. Choever, Denver, Col. Ex-Congressman John Morrissy is at his old tricks. Being worsted in an argument by Jenn Fox, of the New York State Senate, tho other day, he fell back on his muscle and cud geled Mr. Fox after the old fashion. It is almost positively given o.nt from Washington that Hon. E. B. Washburuo, our present Minister to Franco, will bo appointed Secretary of tho Treasury by the .President, in place of Jndgo Richardson, the necessity of it bote resignation has been decided on. i-Ex-Congro?sman Samuel Burdett, of Mis souri, has been appointed and confirmed Com missioner of tho General Land OiUce, vico Judgo Drummond, resigned. Detective Lull, ...

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