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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 3 July 1874

0OTNTj. The Andrew NO FAVOR SWAYS' US AND NO" FEAR1 S-1IALL AWE. O. E- PATTIi, I Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 31874. T0' HE.. W- 37. Bepublican. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. JLtrertisemcntt in Ms column, Jiflg cents per line joroneytai. including the general head: Those irha adrrttise in this column are reliable and tlraightfoncard in tktir respective callings. ATTORNEYS. TIT. STEWAUT, Attorney :it laurawl Notary . Inllic. Oilier, Conrt-houe , upstairs. lar-tn-s ilesirotu of Icunins nionry run liave it sr uml with real instate on short noticr. "'I -T W. UAM'WKI.l., attorney-at-law and W . Notary rnlilic. lajs sprcial attrition n mlleciiinT, "com trancing anil invrstigalin;; itlrs. f T. liltYAN, attorney at law, will: wai ti X in alt me mum ol AnnnvN .su-sonn Siieeial attention !rit,en toliiisinrss In tltr rnnntv anil prolutr courts. Ollice over thr jail, poitr rrohate otHce.. J7 t BEEXt.KK & ' rEAItOX. attorneys ami 1 T cMin.ellors at lev. I-artiruUr attention "iirn ...

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. — 3 July 1874

ANDREW COUHTY REPUBLIGAH. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. xews nr BRIEF. PBRSOSAL. Keccnt deaths: Mrs. Anrtnbon, widow of the celebrated naturalist, aged 83. at Slielby vil'c, Ky., Jnnel8; Mrs. Cameron, wife of Stuatcr Cameron, at Uarrisburg, Fa., Juno 19; J. C 51. Bellow, the distinguished elo cutionist, at London, June 19; Jules Janin. the author, aged 70. at Taris, June 19. The United States Senate lias confirmed Gen. McCook as Governor of Colorado Ter ritory. Mr. Blnford Wilton, nominated by the Trceideut to bo Solicitor of the Treasury vice Banfield, resigned, is at present United States Dietrict Attorney for tho Soutneru District of Illinois. Lyman IT. Bass, of Buffalo, succeed Sawyer as Atsistant Secretary of the Treas ury. Samuel Myers, an old and popular theat rical manager, is dead. Prebident Grant, on the last day of tho session, sent to the senate the names of Alex- amler 15. Shepherd, late Governor of tho Dis trict of Columbia ; William A. Denieou, of O.'iio, tx-rostmatier-Gciieral...

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. — 3 July 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. The Wny to Do U. YS1 tell you howl speak a piece : Firt I make my bow; Then I bring my words out clear Anil plain as I know how. Next I throw my hands np, so ! Then I lift my eyes That's to Itt ray hearers know Sainethtng doth surprise. 'eit I grin and show my teeth, Nearly every one ; bikc n:y ,-houlders, hold my sides ; That's the sign ef fan. "Neit I -tart and knit my brow, Hold lay head erect ; Something's wrong, you see, and I . Decidedly object. 'Then I wabble at my knes, Clutc'a at thadows near, Tremble well from top to toe That's the sign of fear. Poou I sw.vl, and with a leap Seize an airy dagger. Wretch 1 " I cry. Thai's tragedy, Every soul to stagger. Then I let my voice grow faint, Oa3p ani hold my breath ; Tumble down and plunge about : That's a villain's death. Quickly then I come to life. Perfectly restored ; ' W:th a bow my i-peech i dme, ' Now. you'll please applaud. Si. Skhttat. Visit to an Indian Cituip. " Whoo-oop !" -yelled little Harry Trevors...

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. — 3 July 1874

Andrew (o. gtepnbHfjm. TERMS: 1 SO per ycttr, 'in mlewitc. F1MDAV MOllNINC, .T331X B. IfH. HEFOEMEST THE STATE. llccctfily was published -a cdll -Tot a Stiito CouvCKtion, September 12d, signed by Geo. H. Jiubbcll, Hubert JlcCuilouh, J. R. .Duncan, "VV. M. G:ite,-T. I. McAfee mid E. C. (Bate, ii:ttcl "IJoouvillc. June 23, 1674," rr-)-xcMMitinp: themselves as having been 'elected as mi ''advisory coinnik-tcc by 51 large number of the wealth proilu-finprdticen-s-of the State,"" for t lie 3nrpoc of dctwucininj srltctiici' the -i-xif-vneios of the tiite railtd for in- tlepi-iidciit jittli-tical c:liMi by tin. fiu'ining ekes. Tkc-chSl -oleics as fol low.: 'And ire cwdially invite all citi "irnn who afe in sy'itpathy with to ro-opcrate with "us -vitlioirt regard to former 4nitic:il alSliU-inns, -anti that tlicy TJieet at their respective -c'oiintx seats on the second Monday "UIk? 10th) of Avnst next, and select iKc. or more delegates to a State con vention to be held at .lellcrson Citv on ...

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. — 3 July 1874

TUB SWEET, SWEET BEAUT. i. A maiden fair as forest flowers in spring Sweet as a mayflower drenched in sun and rain Once In her doorway all dar long did Bing A little tune of simple words and rata : 41 If one true heart did beat for love of me. And only me, how sweet then life ould be ! " Ah, wooinjr voice ! Oh, words fo passion sweet ! You bind two lovers is your golden snare ; The red, red rosebuds twine about their feet, Aud in the maiden's fair, down-drooping hair One snow-white rose a kis3 in blossom lie', Type of the white soul laughing through her eyes. HI. Oh, red rose in the garden of her cheek ! Oh, tnlte rose in the beauty of her hair! Oh, honeyed words that liners lejrn to speak Oh. dainty maiden, listening, unaware What specious ciank of winsome look and eniilc Deceit may wear when eager to beguile. IV. lletllj- the red rofe a"l the sunset burned. When late the Ioer rode upon his way, With lingering glauow ofttsmea backward turned: "Oil sweet, svwet heart," he tang, some...

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. — 3 July 1874

mi I - 1 ANDREW COUNTY 7V Organization and. History, ipfthfeminiscenccft. Incidents) dv., of the Olden Time. ' in" JIX OI.I) ClRznX. o "By the Indian treaty, and extension of the western bonndarv line of Alissouri, the rich and fertile district known as the "Platto Purchase" was added to the already rich, varied and productive soil ef that great State, . which then had a superficial area of, 72.207.C3 square rs??cs; a..d, to use the. language of another, the "IMattel'ur-, chase" was an unproductive waste;, throughout its extent the arts had not erected a monument. Its oulyi inhabitants were nomadic tribes of, .semi-barbarous Indians, destitute 'ofj commerce ami political connceticMs.' The a.e and the plowshare were v.n-j known. The soil which had been gathering fertility from the repose of nturics. was lavishing its strength in magnificent lint useless vegetation. The domain was really a solitude. Joseph Kobidoux, Sr., the founder of the city of St. Joseph, was the first white settl...

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. — 3 July 1874

lMJ i THE COMPROMISE CURHEXCY BILL The following is the Compromwe'Curreucy I) ill it patfecd Congress. It is now a law baring received the approval of tho Presi dent : Section 1. The act entitled An act to provide a Estioual currency t-ecured by a pledge of United State loudf, and provide for the circulation and redemption thereof," approved Juue 3, lsGi. shall Ik hereaf tT as the National Bank act. Sfx. 2. That Sec. 31 of thft National Bank act be foaiunued that the fever al ahsociatiouf. therein provided for hall not hereafter be required to keep on hand any amount of money whatever by reaton tf the amount of their respective circulations ; but the inoneja required by f aid .section to be keptut all times on hand shall 1 determined by the amount of deposit h, in all refjiects as provided fur in the said section. Sec. 3. That eery awt-ciation organized or to be organized under the provisions of the said act, and of the .several acif amendatory thereof, shall at all time keep and he...

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. — 3 July 1874

'J ttrt fitur HT.rt Stf ni ti tit 1if.ni Railroad Time-Table. Kansas City, St Joseph and Council Bluffs Railroad Ji orth -Mii" Mau Express. Freisht. Exliivss. Express sjt..losepU.:S::i.rM; 6:10. AH titXkAM. .lnaicjnia.J:.V i:55 I'M ' SJOO 7:55 8:30 ASM 0:15 10:20 Saiannah, ..4:10 Kon'!idalc..4::il ltalckH-...4:li Halliard Marnillu ..3:S0 Nodaway ........ ...... 2:M South: M. .Ioieph..8:30 AM i:10 Pit. 12:J FIX Amazonia. .8:Ui SsO I- Savannah.. .7 -Vt J!ouiiilalc..T::fc! Bolckow ...7 Jtarnard 7:10 Maryville ..6:35 NnJaway ......... 5:0. 4.:w 4:0.-; 3:4.". 3D 1?:00 3 H 12:00 AM, u:4 11:17- New Goods and. Cheap 1 At Glazier's, westj cud- the Squaio, has been received a, new lot. of latjest. .styles luts, prints, woolen, goods, &c, A handsome lot of summer shawls just,) opened. Ladies' hose (iron frame) l-'Ac-pcrpair. Other goods in, proper? tion. . LOCAL. BREVITIES. Take your w,poltto Russell's. Si:e advertisement of N.Y.Life Ins. Co. Bur your fruit cans .and jelly glasses of II. I...

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. — 10 July 1874

The Andrew Republican 0 XO FAVOR SWAYS US AND NO FEAR SHALL AWE. O. E. PATJI., Editor and Publisher.' SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1874. Y0L HI. F 38. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Jlircrlistmentt tn tit column, Jijttj cents per line Jot one year, including the general head. Thoc irJio advertise in, this column are reliable and straifihtfonenrtt tn their rcspectire callimjs. ATTORNEYS. J It. STKWAKT, Attorney nt law mid Xotary . Public. UMce.C ourt-hnn-e, upstairs. Par ties dc-irtiH of loanin;? money can lute, it fie--unsl Willi roil i-utc mi short "notice,. 23 WW. C U.1IWKI.L, attorney-at-law anil a Notary Public. l'.iy.s special attention i rollectm;:, coim-vauciug anil investigating itles. SI ("1 T. Bl'YAN", attorney ut law, will practire X in all tin- courts of Xorlimcst Misssmri. f-pccial attention enen to business in tin- cour.lv sinl probate court-. Ulllcc over the jail, op-po-ttc Probate ollicc. 27 RI:KXI.I:K A I'KAKSOX. attorneys nli.l X counsellor- at law. Particular attention ne...

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. — 10 July 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. NEWS W BRIEF. PERSONAL. Henry Ward Beeoher appoars to bo un moved by tho letter of Theodora Tilton re garding his alleged misdemeanors. In a con versation with a Now York reporter, the other day, he said he had at present no intention of Baying anything in reply to the recent Btato monts. Ho had a large pastorate under his charce. and had no time for personal contro versies. If, howeTer, the examiuers of riymouth Church should decide that it would be" well for him to speak out in regard to the recent letter, he would do so without hesita tion. Ilia friends are confident that ho will come out of the affair with flying colors. The Attorney-General of Iowa holds that the validity of tho llailroad law in that State is not at all affected by tho failure of the com panies to f umiBh tho information required for their classification. His argument is that tho law makes it imperative upon the Executive Council to classify the roads ; and that, if...

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. — 10 July 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. . How the Baby Came. The Lady Moon came down last night She di J, you needn't doubt it A. lovely lady Creased In white ; 111 tell yon all about it. They hurried Len and me to bed, And Aunty Mid, "Sow, maybe That pretty moon up overhead Will bring us down a baby. you lie as quiet as can be ; Perhaps youll catch her reeping .Between the wiuddw-bars, to see If all the folks are sleeping. .And then, if both of you keep still. And all the room ia shady. Shell float acrot-s the window-sill A bonnie white moon-lady. Across the sill, along the floor. You'll see her shining brightly, TTntil she comes to mother's door, And then shell vanish lightly. Eut ia the morning you will find, If nothing harpens, maybe. She's left us something nice behind A beautiful star-baby." We didn't Just believe her then. For Aunty's always chaffing ; The tales she tells to me and Len Would ne you die a-langhing. .And when Fhe went out pretty soon, Lcnsaid, "That's Aunty's humming; There ain't a ...

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. — 10 July 1874

mhew o. cjJttb!it;m. TERMS: SI 60 per scar, in admitc. FKIDAY MOUN1NG, JULY 10, la4. A Call from the "Advisory Com mittee for the Producers of An drew County. The undersigned Advisory Committee - r,1i,oornf An.lrowrnnntv.Mo.. for the producers of Andrew county.Mo., in accordance with tlic call of the State Advisory Committee, call upon the peo ple of the different townships to meet at their respective voting places, on Saturday, August 1, 1S74, at 3 p. m., for the purpose of selecting a member ol the County Central Committee; also, to select five delegates to a comity meet ing, to be held in Savannah, on Monday, August 10. at 2 o'clock p. m., to so- 0 . - lect a dclagate or delegates to a State Convention to be held September 2, 1 874. S.K. FAULKNER, C. W. DOUGLAS, THE FOURTH. That the fire of patriotism has not died out of the American bosom was abundantly evinced on Saturday last by the general, harmonious and en thusiastic observance of thcNatal day of the Republic by the people ...

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. — 10 July 1874

ANDREW COUNTY o Ite Organization and Histor?, inith Bern iniscen ces, In ciden ts, &c., of the Olden Time. 0 EV AX 01.11 CITIZEX. o The first session of the Circuit Court was held in Andrew county, March 8, 1641, at tho dwelling-house of Gallant Rains; the place designa ted ly the General Assembly, in the law organizing the countv. The attorneys admitted to tho bar at tho term were: Andrew S.Uut-'lies, John "VV. Kelly, Theodore D. Whea lon, Prince L. Iludgens and Peter II. liuriictt. The grand jurors for the term were: James Davidson, lormaii; Jonathan ' Earles. "William I. Hush, Elijah Ful ler. Hiram Smith, George Walters, "William A. Price, Elijah Walters, Joel Guppy, James "W. Wood, James Irvine, Abraham Dillon, David Da vidson, Mitchell Gillam, Robert El liott, Rciijamiii Williams. IJeiiiamin 11 Holt ajul Jamos Herring, three of wiiom arc yei citizens ot tho countv. They presented ten indictments for gaming, one tor hog stealing, one for obtaining goods under false preten se...

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. — 10 July 1874

TIWOUGII THE VAIL. Of all the ctwtoina which prevail, I think that kissing through the vail Is one of j est sbont tho worst And said bo trom the very first. Why women want to nfineeze and press Hach other's uecisin fond caress. And male St quite a puplic show, This aged party wants to know. We neTcr dreamt in lny young days kissing in such varied ways ; Mat thought it far more pleasant then. To have It done by gentlemen. Of coarse no lady could feel proud To have it done befero a crowd. But always found a proper place And time to oanago an embrace. now quickly then their sweethearts learnt. They seemed reluctant, when they werent But used at Christmas time to go 0,uite calmly 'neath the mistletoe. Now on all sides it seems tho rule, For girls to kiss through vail of tulla ; Or through transparent Cluny lace To do the lovin?, face to face. With lip to lip, and band to glove, As if they did it out of love ; It being bnt a specimen Of art to tantalize the men. lint for my rart I (jan'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. — 10 July 1874

LIFE ON TUB RAILWAY. Somebody has written his experience on the railways of the country, and after giving full vent to his feelings on numerous subjects, opens on the code of signals adopted by American rail ways, as follows : If the traveler cannot sleep easily in the sleeping-cars it will amuse him to be able to translate the meanings of the different snortings of the iron horse. They are guides to the blind, not to mention the deaf. "These signals generally come upon the car -when you are trying to sleep, and effectually prevent it. For in stance, you are just dozing away, and hoping that you will not awake until you are called by the sleeping-car con ductor, when there comes a quick single screech. You jump up, and have a sort of feeling that your hair is doing like wise. "But that single screech merely means, ' Tut on brakes.' "Two yells immediately after mean, 'Let them go again.' "Another screech, 'Put them on again.' And two more screeches, Let tni go again, and so on.' " If...

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. — 10 July 1874

Andrew o. gtpuhfcan. Railroad. Time-Table. Kanstt Cttj, St. Jaseph and Couscl BiuFj Railroad. North- iUil & J'"'1 & I-.AHI,S. liih". .1'' " .-- st..loseph..3:3.rJI Amazonia. .:!:. U.IO -VJl 1, . 4V1 2 .Si AM. OA") 1:3 j 3.00 Nsv.im.all -.4:11) Kucii'l.iic..4:3i i;ilckow...4:,J 8-V) jliroard 4 :M flilS Jlarvvillc ....:30 10 2M ;.i.datva) 2. hlJ(J5l!.!i..8ai)ASl ",:10ra U:35Wf 3:14 12:00 411. 11 Ski Aitlaiouu :tuia..S:t .V.W i- i- Savannah.. .7 :YI i:.i,rndalc..7::i2 ll.ilokow ...TrJI ltunianl..7:lil Maryville Xodawav . 4.:;o 4-03 2:13 i;30 li;W 11:17 Now Goods and Cheap ! At (Jlazier's, west end" tho Square, h:is been received a new lot of latest styles hats, prints, woolen goods &c. A handsouie lot of summer shawls just opened. Ladies' hose (iron frame) Il'Ac pur pair. Other goods in propor tion. LOCAL BREVITIES. ll.vvi; you seen the. comet ? Takk your wool to Kussell's. Si.u advertisement of N.Y.Life Ins. Co. CVkx and potatoes Arc. ncoduig rain badly. HnY your fruit can...

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. — 17 July 1874

he Andrew St"5? Republican. H? v. TkSI Y . .YQ JMrpJ.' SUM J .3 I'.S -V0 .Fi-Ui? SHALL AWE. Edito?agd?PAu?fehor.r SAVANNAH, MOM FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1874. Y0L' III. N0 39. ' SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Jdrcrt.srncnls in tliii column, fifty cents ftr line Jor our m , tin ludiiiu the reneml head. Those irho aJcrtise ta thu cotiimn are reliable and tiratg'.'furtcard in their respective ceilings. ATTORNEYS. -r ii r) . luluic. Oilice, Court-house, upstair. Par ties disirous of loaning money tan have it se t ured with real estate on short nolire. I f W C.U.HWELI., !ittornc-iit-Iaw and Notary lii!Iir. Pays special attention mlitctiug, 'cunu'vandng ami investigating ltli--. it "l T. HIS i AN, attoracv at law. will pra tin-1 (! T in nil the eiinrts .if N"i.rrbiI Mi ri spi-cial attention given to lu-.im-i- in Hit- county ami probate court. Otlice ovtr the jail, op posite Probate ollice. 27 (1 REKN'IJ:i: A I'KAUsOX. attorneys anil JC counsellors at law. l'artiiultr attention goen to collections, office on...

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. — 17 July 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN, SAVANNAH, MIS! JSTWS IX BRIEF. PERSONAL. Lemuel Mobb, D. D., has been electod President of tho Chicago University. A New York special dispatch to the Chi cago Times of the 3d iuet., givon a very good idea or the object of tho Beeclier-Tilton caso. "While Beechcr's frienda advocate that ho do nothing but endeavor by silence to create tho improssion that Tiltou in a maliguer and falsifier, tho more general feeling among tho people is that lSeechcr must either confess or prove that tho statements of his assailant are t without foundation. Tilton is satisfied for the present with what ho has done, and unless tho hall is reopuned by Bce:hor or h: friends, will do nothing moro. He still professes his readiness to give Beeclier a copy of the letter from which he quoted in his recent mani festo, if it is desired. Of its authenticity there does not seem to bo a reasonable doubt. Tho death is announced, at Ouaha, Neb., of Bishop O'Gorman, of the Catholic Church. Mars...

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. — 17 July 1874

THE LITTLE lOLAS. The Jlntnnl Friglit. O dear me. What tstxt'l I do! As sure as I lie, There a mouse in my shoe. And Susie jumped back In her snug little bed. And pulled all the covering Over her head. Toor mousey kept still, All trembling with fright. Id the dear little shoe Whore he'd Flept half the night. And he thought to himself, ' O, what shall do! I Mi I had ncrrr Crawled into this shoe." -jw th: i tee way He came to coin; little Sue had been playing school In the corn-bin. And while whipping an " ear," She called "Billy Delue," A s mail grain of corn Had got "into her shoe. That night, after sn e Was snugly in bed, From a hole in the corner Out came Nibble's head ; ALd looting around With his little bright eyes, He began in this manner To solilo-yaitet " I'm awful hungry. And if there's a cranb To be found in these quarters, I bet 111 have pome. Perhaps there's a treasure In those, bureau drawers : 111 jr.t mate a hole With my teeth and my claw.". Bat no : So lie hunted The ...

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. — 17 July 1874

ANDREWCOUNTY Jl.i Organisation and History, with Jlmiinimcncex. Incidents, iLu, of the Olden Time. I!V AN OI.Ii CITIZKN. () There wits aiiothi:r occiirrcnec.morc pleading to the attorneys, but per haps not to the .Tud"x at a point oijiially a memorable in tlic pilgrim age. "When partaking of dinner, camp style, it was learned to the re gret and chagrin of all, that none of the company had furnished for the trip anient or alcoholic spirits, to make it the more overjoyful, each de nying, in the most emphatic manner, having any of tlic needful. There, howover. was one in company who happened to be an expert in smelling out anything tinctured with the ar dent, who was noticed to have some contortions of face and an elevation of probocis, and seemed to be snull ing the breeze afar oil and heard to exclaim at the same time: ''Ilovs, I smell it. and as sure as hell, I'll smoke it out:" and suull'ed around to the saddle-bags of the Judge, and de manded an entrance, which' was pre cinptorily...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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