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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 12 June 1874

BRIEF 1IEXTI0X. Xeaely all the summer silks are in strires. A JIaixe man has moved 108 times in 30 vears. Baltimore clergymen gather strength in ten-pin alleys. The Russians make isinglass from sturgeon-bladder. VntoisiA has paid $30,000,000 on to bacco alone, since the rar. Michigan has 3,300 miles of finished railway, valued at S115,000,000. The average estimate of the cotton crop for 1S74 is 4,132,000 pounds. A Cin'cis'xati billiard-player was ar rested lately for pocketing the balls. The shortest time in which n mile was walked by Weston was 9 minutos and 38 seconds. Five per cent, of the entire popula tion of New Hampshire are above the age of "0. Ax elevcn-yenr-old mother of Ote go was recently bereft of her seven-weeks-old infant. A Wiscoxsix minister was dismissed from nn orthodox pulpit because he built a fire under a balky horse. One person killed and four injured every working-day in the year is a pretty good record for American railways. Eioirr persons have been rendered...

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. — 12 June 1874

Kailroad Timo-Table. Kansas C'.ty, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs RiEroad, Nortu. Frci ht. E ,. j;x?n.6. t k i-JlM K:10 A5I l-rn SlilAM. 1:53 3:U0 savannah ..4:IU i3J ltown.Ulc.lstl 8:30 ltolckov... 4:1-5 8uU lUrnard 1A1 9:1 Maryilllo ..5SM MW VinUu'ay ......... .. !:(W S:lt Kh..8a11( fl:10PM lMJW AmaMi!ta..S:tH 5SW 12 12 - Savannah... 7 -11 5:- liorfii.lalc..7::M M r.oickow ...7:o 4:0- - l!nraar.l....-7:l'J 3:15 " MaryviHc ..:3. - Nodaway --m 11:17 New Good3-and Cheap I At Glazier, west cud the Square, has been received a new lot of latest ?tyles hats, prints, woolen goods, &c. A handsome lot of summer shawls just opened. Ladies1 hoso (iron frame) U'lc per pair. Other goods in propor tion. , LOCAL BREVITIES. Take your wool to HusscU's. Snu advertisement ofN. Y.Life Ins. Co. IJeeiOian sells i pounds of coffee for a dollar. liuv your fruit cans and jelly glasses of II. II. Dobbins. Uecsuxab term of Trobato Court com! luenccs next Monday. Take your wool to Ilussell and get a good p...

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 June 1874

C0TTNT J- The ublican 9 .vo favoi: sways r-s j.v .vo -"A'ay: smalt, awe. O. E. PATH-., Editor ami Publisher, SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1874. rrnr.. ttt ."rn r Andrew SAVANNAH DIRECTOF.T. Almtl'tnr! i" lu rWiimn, fifl'J crnts per lint I'tr tine .?' . twl'iiii'iff tht yr'ffiv lini't. Tlnaf 'who tiil'rf I in thtiioltni art rtliMe aad "' ii tltctr respective nii!tnt;t. a tt l ; n irrsT . I'LW VI! r, Ai'm-ir,- it !.i-v ami :'iil.n Cnlili.-. o.iir'-.l iturl-hn!4-. in M-nrs. r.u- m-i il'.'Hji-uii ni lii'iiiiiiir innai-v t-ati lure it st- ninl with r .i -'alt- mi -n 'ft ii'Hii-t-. i! T n. TAKK tnWI Strut Notice. KX 11)1 tiy C. Mci liv, livinff i:i T.inrnln -tyr l.iUKl.l,,, :i!iorn-y-:il-iav n:l it N'-t'': IV.IiIU. -iHH;i;il atu nti'in to lKclmfr. r-tinevjiu'ini ana iitesii--u1Mi -'I C1 T. IIUV AN, aiMriuy nf la.v, will i.rattitv 7". in all tlt if't:r! Nirtlivit Misnni. aul prolmti- f ivN. OHIcc uvt-r tiic jail, 1-Itt I'rol'ati u'lUv. t7 COL. X. I! oiII!N;Sli.invmivillliM'rsr tirool'l ...

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 June 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAH. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. JS'HWS IX JiRIEF. FXRSOXAL. Tlochefort lias tailed from Now York for Euglaml. Tho members of tlio Itoarel of Indian Commissioners have resigned in a body. Secretary Bristow is mapping ont a thor ough clearance and reorganization of the Treasury Department. The President has appointed John F. Long to bo Surveyor of Customs at St. Louis. William G. Belknap, sou of tho Secretary of War, died at Keokuk, Iowa, last week, of consumption. Ho was 20 years old. and was a young man of unusually bright intellect. George William Curtis delivered an ora tion on the !ato Charles Sumner in Boston, on the fllh inst. Tho President has appointed J. C. Ban croft Davis, lato Assistant Secretary of State, Minister to Germany. Georgo Btncroft, lato Minister to Ger many, has purchased a house in Washington, where he will reside until he finishes Lis history of tho United States. GEXEKAL. Tho Committee on Postofllccs of the iovtcr honse of Congress Intro prepar...

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 June 1874

X Mow to Democracy. " Jcems Giles, of Owen connty, I Kv tells, in an amusing way, how the i .' i.nt ln Pivil Itinhts bill had. . r . . : T l ! ' Gait's Tavern," in Louisville. .Teems writes n lng letter to the Louisville Omun(.-' ial, and gives the story as he received it from Sandy Forkner, who come" home from the city in a fearful state of nioutnl excitement. K seeiu' h.s foiloni condition, Fays I, " San Jv "say1 ! " what's loose ?" anil sich an 011 vklvin' !fok ax that poor man gave mc ! 'What'" '.ooe ':" says he. "You may well k what's loose,'" a-layiu' down his carpet ba" easv. and a tort o' stcadyiu' it on the ')!atform. for it rattled like thar was sorue ihni; em'. rv 'u Says he, a raisin' his hand, Efo-M believe rao she's busted at lat. I went "down 10 I.ouiville and plopped at Gait's Tavern, and. jest as you told lue, I met Col. .Jd-. and v,a!" powerful glad to see me. and was a-k:u' far yon, His tavern were full, and he was a mreajin. ins sen arouun, tryiu in a ainner to k...

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 June 1874

r7 ndmvo.gtcuhiicjm. Land Delinquent List 'J'XHM.i: $1 per near, in udaiim' fi:i!)AY3ioumxi;, jiwk 10. 1.-74. j Of Andrew county, Mo. A list of laud anil town lots sittiateil in Aluliow county, ail-sohii, uinm uira uam niiuaiu hhikuM, with thu taxes due thereon. u.siijMiutira .1. i lm t.-iv limit of s:iiil count v for tlio war l.7:i, to- 7" ' . to"Other with hack tax as brought l'oiwiVnl on paid the Deinoci-atie' - , , .,mi whieh were returned delinquent on St. Louis on , .hn l-t dav of Ainil. 1S74, br A. S. Chittenden, Col- At the meeting of 'Central Committee, in "Wednesday, the Sfith dav of Aittju-t was ' lector of said county: appointed a the time of meeting of the Democratic State Convention, and Jef ferson City :is the place. Eacli county iv:!! ba entitled to one delegate for every live hundred votes cast for 'N'ooil.-oii. That will entitle the Democrats of An drew county to three dcleiratcs. Y.ylu read- to meet the public de mand for prompt and correct informa tion, wo issue ...

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. — 19 June 1874

J tnn- SI Ki-mnn Win li Viirk h in! 1'itnian j ,-,-.li Walker Jjiiwi II Slarliu .loin F Tyli-r time .vimii. I Vail M K Wakcliild J.i'm rier-ou W I. IK -.ut ll.nrv .iiiulh In ininri Kinzry i: .'nit D Kiukt r Win J Mr lell'-ll -i ir IaoiiIktiT Alle.i rixik Win Kef Vrir.Hi Iinpj- i' Wooi'mck T il Warmr Th mil- I' Alien ( 1 Wtmdcork "lilton 1! -null Inn John M irk dec Win SH'ir.'V Vim? K Miller A K .Martin i-.-Ul J"zek-tl ""trwirt lh..ni.ni "llim 'i-Mins Hums l-niul Dclne Ki c ra'.W'onl Fram-ii Adams .1 i-eph Ward'ovC A (J ll'illUtcr - mil -aim' A K.Msriin '.I'm r'.iir-nre .u-TH.dly Joii'i Slct-iek I'h'Iip AmliT.-on V.m (i INt-a-lt i: W .-an.iivi-Chris Cari-rrr Ali xuiivltr Fine same Daniel Oakj -ame t-IUie li W Wright rirjAitunxr j iu.i in t.'vtr-;e II Hi.l .1 inn-1. 'tin in G --anim is John Jit irk dec Mary I. Davis ii V.' Samuel:, .a - I.-m' .lo'in W:dkins O W -.uiiii"N Je-ivrs..!! t.rillilh .T.lhll Temph loll Jo..'i .Matini. i; Hilton . W Ilarr.s line Ann l.i-on W.n H Ja-pcr 1'it.rM...

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. — 19 June 1874

1TY ASP COVXTKV. Johnny raed the f r ifirant hav. In hi father's sloping meadow. And when weary stoned to reet Neatli th- niaple'h cooling f-liartow, And reclining there ho th'jtiut . O how cruel is my lot !" Johuuy V mother slif wan kind. And he ha 1 a noble fatner , Health and strength and l.leuty hi?. Yet from tliene ho did not gather Fruits and Weioi that they lent Jove and joy and hweet content. He had longings all the while, for the Great and uoi-j' city; Scorning woik aud country life. Ah! it is a cryinj; pity That so many children dream. That all th'.liss aro what they win. Johuut now is grown a man. And the city i hit divclliut; : IJilt the dream of youth are lied, Aud the sorrow upward welling From his heart a giant Brief; Those of youth would she relief. Fortnue on him for a time Looked m ith bright and nulling feature. And unto himself he thought ; ' Harpy are we cil creature !' Hufinest pro-ipereJ with the boy. Life seemed but one tries d of joy. Bnt at length the dark ...

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. — 19 June 1874

D T3E 1'TYISIOX OF THE METHODIST cnuncn. The difference and division in this great church are of interest, to moro than its otrn members. A brief review of its origin ad cause will, therefore, be interesting, especially to the younger class of readers, before whose reading davs the quarrel and division occurred. The final separation tool: place in 18W, on account of differences of opinion on the slavery question. The Methodi-st discipline, which was then recognized as the law of the whole Church in the United States, contained a rule i-rohib- iting its members from "buying or s-ell-in; men, women, and children for the purpose of enslaving them." This rule, as it came to be construed, did not pro hibit hohlinu slaves, or dealing in men, women, and children who hnd previous ly been reduced to that condiiiou. The lavmen of that church residing within States tolerating slavery held slaves, and probably dealt in them as property, like other citizens. But a different and more stringent ru...

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. — 19 June 1874

stmlmv (o. ZlcynblicmL Railroad Timo-Tablo. Kvsis City, St. Joseph and Council Blufis Railroad. North: JIail tc . Mail .t . " !:.)i-f". Fiviht. Kxinv . Kpn-ss. s J wim iM t.:lu ax I-i-.i-ji i::ii.M. -.'ill I.i :'.:W '.unnah ..4'ln IV- -i!:ilt'..l:Sii !.,il-l.i- ...4:' IS .riiant i V .-jvillu ..."..W N.'il.i;l ... . South:. . .. 7 .."VI :::) 10nM AM. it::;; inaz-titm..:tL" .-.vjaluh.-.T:!.! i:. n-l.ilc..7:.U i: ild.im- ...7s! I IStfannl 7:1') M::uil!c ...T Nr. i.uvav . .. New Goods and Cheap! A. Glaziers, vist cud the Square, ha been received :t new lot of latest s-tvl.es hats, print:-, woolen ioih, ite. A handsome lot of summer shawls just opened. Ladle.1 ho;c (iron frame) li'e per pair. Other goods in propor tion. V. lCxiCKUKUACiU".!:, in rillmire, is j.s authorized to receive subscribers fori the Axnnr.w County Kkpit.lka.-, and toiiceipt for money paid on tubscrii)- lie::. LOCAL JJR EYITIES. Taki: your wool to RucH's. Slh advertisement of X.V.I.iie Ins. Co. r.ur.Kii.vx ssils 1 poi...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 19 June 1874

I. OB SAILEOAD. Prospojtfcv a Gaili-oaJ Through Savannah. It is well known to very many of our rentiers th:it the Kansas City, St. Joscjih anil Council Mulls llailmad tmi:niy have been to iimiii'iist expense within the pnst year to ilefenil tlieir line of road froui the encroachments of the uncon querable Mi-ouri river, with the gloomy prospect of a very large increase of an nual expenditures lor that purpose, iu steatl of diminution. We are informed the authorities of the road have a project in mind, which, in our opinion, is a prop er one and should he acted upon forth with. This is to abandon the old river track between St. .Joe and Forest City, and build the line of road from St. Jo seph to Savannah, and thence to Forest City. Much of that route ha been graded; and it has lieen averted by tho.-e who pretend to know, that the cost of keeping in repair the present river road would in a few years p.iv for build ing a new road which would be free from such an exhau-tiug drain. The m...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 19 June 1874

REPUBLICAN Supplement. 11 4 i AT THE OLD STAND. Soiill.Sile the 1'tihlir fifjuiii'r. TO mvoM rn-lniin-r Iiak. javal p i-nsinv in aiiiiouiirin:: lh:il I lull.- linnurlil limn '' York niifofllir lJ,rjCl Mo.-k.sof pil- in in? Inn-m-r liniugM tnthitril , -.in-i-liii;r in pirl "1 Ready-Made CLOTHING! Hats an (. Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Notions, Jewelry, j-c. lluvintr lic-n In lin-ini--. in llii-i-it I'm si-tti-n .ii-, m. -ili..-n of s.ivann ill ami n-lr.-w Vomit may ii: pr.-lty in 11 a--i.r .1 lli.it I hue li.u( -lillirii'iil I'Mii rii n'iv to im.lii-laml ami ainnlv nroWilt- Tor tin- waul- of tin lr.nl.- in II. i vicinity. Call and Examine Oar d'ojds and Bri es. A.J-TIirSTKK, 213 South i-iiurp, vn.innali ITCH TUkllTtflkl "Tl-MI'IXAMi: innuiili. num.." is tli f titl.-of an.-w book. vomiiiL-l .--ti.-ciallv to -nil tin-want- of Ti mm ram.-.- -.i.-n ti- li intain- 11 lar-ri' inniilur of v-ll known liniiraii.- A NEW (J LEE K..0K,Tr:: IJll-irtill-,'1 hum)"', ill-.. ...

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 June 1874

cotintj, The Andrew Republican. NO FAVOR SWATS US AND NO FEAR SHALL AWE. O. E. PAtTL, Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1874. yoL m. n 3cr. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Jdtntitcmtntt in this column, fifty cents per line for one yeas, including the general head. Those Tho advertise in this column are reliable and straightforward in their respective callings. ATTORNEYS. J II. STEWAItT, Attorney at law anil Notary . l'nblic. Ofiice.Court-house, up stairs. Par ties desirous ot" loaning money ran hare it se cured with real estate on short notice. 21 WW. CALDWELL, attorney-at-lnw and . Notary I'nblio. Pay special attention o collecting, conveyancing uau uiciiuuuds itllS. '- T. BliYAN, attorney at law, will practice .in all tho court of Northwest MUsouri. Special attention piven to business in tlie connty and probate courts. Office OYer the Jail, op-lo-itu Probate office. COL. N. It. GIDDIXGS has resumed the prac tice of law He can be found at his old of Ece, north side of the p...

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 June 1874

ANDREW COUNTY RtPUBLIGAR. SAVANNAH, MSSOUBL 2fEWSnr BRIEF. PKRSOSAL. Cochise, tlio famous Apache chief, dead. Jeff. Davis arrived in New York from Europe last week. John L. Cadwalder, of New York, has been nominated to succeed Bancroft Davis as Assistant Secretary of State. Edward Mellen, tho pedestrian, per formed at 'ew York, last week, the extraor dinary feat of walking 115 miles in 23 hours and 12 minntes. Tho Episcopal Convention of Wisconsin, in seseion at Milwaukee last week, elected Rev. Edward K. Welles, of Minnesota, Bishop of the Diocese. GEXERAL. A letter from Sitka, Alaska, dated May 17, states that the Indians of that town were righting with one another. The righting had lasted for three days. They had thrown up barricades of rocks, etc., and in a fight on tho 17th of May three were lulled and two wounded. Chicago'snew City Directory contains 151, 318 names, an increase of nearly 19,000 over the census of 1S73. The Chicago Timts says: "Chicago corners are noted for the...

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 June 1874

mi THE XlTTllK FOLKS. Z. . ..... 772KS'I2'iaffhWSflf '- 5 little GastaTi tits in the sun,.- ... Safe in the perch, and theltttle drops run Troxa the icicles under the carta so fast, Tor the bright spring sun shines warm at last, And plan is Jiuie uusjava. - -She weare a quaint little scarlet cap, AndalittiecreenbowLsheholdstnherJap r . ' v Tilled with bread ami milk to ths brim; r- ind a wreath of marigolds' round tfierimT "Hi: ha!" laughs Uttte Gustava.- Tjp comes her little grey7coaing cat, With her liitJe pink nose, and she mews, " What's that :M . '- Oustava ftds her--he begs for more ; And a little brown hen .walks In t the'doer ; " Go5 day 1" cries little Oattava. , i . ' She scatters crumbs for the little brown hen, There comes a rush and a B titter, and then Down Oy her little white doves , so sweet, "With their tcowv wings and their crimson feet ; Welcome 1" cries little Gustavo. So dainty and eager they pick np the crumbs JJut.who is this through the doorway comes I ' litt...

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 June 1874

TERMS: SI 50 per year, in adoance. FK1DAY MOUNIXG, JUNE 26, MGi. Tue Uoonvillc Advertiser states that the State Grange Directory Board met at that place on Wednesday last with eight out of thirteen delegates present. Directors E. C. Hale, R. Q. Roache, II. il. Bledsoe and G. II. Hubbell were appointed to draft articles of incorpora tion and by-lav.s. Propositions from different towns for the location of the State Grange Agricultural Implement factory were submitted, and the towns of Boonvillc, Lexington, Knob Foster, California, Moniteau, Tipton ?,cd Mo berly, each presented propositions ofler ii!g inducements for the establishment of the factory ic their midst. They were discussed at length. The light Teas between Lexington and Boonville, Boonville presenting the greatest in ducements. After a lengthy discussion on tin; su!ject, the board adjourned to meet at Lexington. The board left Thursday for Lexington, and aerspend- Jtig a day m that city, returned to Boon vil'.e to definitel...

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. — 26 June 1874

ANDREWCOUNTY It's Organization and History, with Reminiscences, Incidents, fcc, of the Olden Time. o BV AX OLO CITIZEN". 0 Province of Louisiana, State of Mis souri, Platte Purchase, and An drew County. The extensive territory of tlie con fluent of North America, lyinjj on cither fide of the Mississippi river, once called "Louisiana." in honor of Louis XIV., King of France, has, as its chronological historv shows, hail inauy owners and undergone niany mutatious since the time Fcrdinauil us soio anu ins opanisii couortaaveu- tnrprs Aiifprnd it .Tnnn 11 1U1 mill penetrated the then vast solitude as far as the present limits of the State of Missouri three hundred and thir ty years since. Til tlinf Kamn rnrnrrn Tin frtutifl a bur.al in the depth of the Father of "Waters, not far from a point known now as the "Natchez bluff." The waters ol the Mississippi there still roll silently over his bones. The historian says: "His soldiers pro nounced his oulojry by grieving for their loss; and pr...

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. — 26 June 1874

A TElll'ERJiNCE CURIOSITY. In view of the attention now directed to the temperance question, the following curious dog. gerel may be read with wm( interest : Te friends of moderation Who think a reformation Or moral renovation W uld benefit oar nation ; Who deem intoxication. With all It dissipation. In every rank and station The cause of degradation. Of which your observation Clives daily demonstration ; Who see the ruination. Distress and desolation, The open violation Of moral obligation. The wretched habitation Without accommodation Or any regulation For common sustentation ; A scene of deprivation UneqcaleJ in creation ; The lreirnent desecration Of Sabbath ordination; The crime arid depredation Defying legislation; The awful profanation Of common conversation ; The mental aberration, The diro infatuation, With every sad degradation, To maniac desperation, T Ve who, with consternation, Behold this devastation, And utter condemnation Of all inebriation, Why aanction its duration...

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. — 26 June 1874

BRIEF MESTIOX. Oregon bus a five-legged sheep. " SABTORisrACTor.Y" is the latest. California esempts editors from jury rlntT. The wine crop of the United States is 20,000,000 gallons. A FKCscn engineer has invented a marine locomotive. Kochefokt says that tho American hotels are the best in the world. Eighty-three theaters in this coun try hare been destroyed by fire. A max in Atchisan, Kan., has just taken his tenth wife a very remarkable old fellow. IiEiscitE is sweet to those who have earned it bnt burdensome to those who get it for nothing. Is Pater6on, X. J., there are twenty five establishments with an aggregate capital of $4,000,000 engaged in tho manufacture of silk. YorxGgentlemenhavingweddingpres ents to make will be interested in the fact that alligators can be bought at Perry, Ga., for SI apiece. The University of London has de cided, by a vote 83 to 65, that "it is desirable that women should bo per mitted to take degrees in the Univer sity. New York spends annnally $9,...

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. — 26 June 1874

Railroad Timo-Table. mttt City, St, Joseph n4 Csnctl Bluffs Railroad. Worth: Mail ft Mall x Express. Freight. Express, at. Joseph. .3:85 tut G;1Q AX UloTM Am.izonia..S:S. 6:55 1:58 Navannah ..4:10 7:53 Rosenilale..4:30 8:30 I!aIckow...l:4J 8:50 .. . Barnard 4:5i 8:15 ' ...... Mryrillc..5:J0 10:2(1 Xodaway . . . ' 2:03 South: M. Joseph. .8:3Qah Q.:Mrx 12253 ra Amazouia..8:05 6:30 12 12 Savannah... 7 .53 5:05 ., Kocndale..7:33 4 .SO ltolckow ...7:20 4:05 Barnard 7:10 S;15- Maryville..G:35 2:30 Nodaway 12 ":17 Express. 2:;Sjui. 3:00 3:11 12:00 AM. HSU Now Goods and Cheap ! At Glazier's, west end tho Square has been received a new lot of latest styles hats, prints, woolen goods, &c, A handsome lot of summer shawls just opened. Ladies' hoso (iron frame) 12Jcpcr pair. Other goods in propor tion. F. KxiCKERiiACKEK, in Fillmore, authorized to receive subscribers for the Anihjew County Republican, and to receipt for money paid, on subscrip tion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Take your wool to Russell...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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