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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 17 July 1874

Jlndnw o. Mtmxblhim. i - - - TERMti: 1 .ri0 pcf year, in ndeanee. FKIDAY MOItNlMi, .1ULY I-Tt mmmmmmmmmmmtmmm Tms is a good year for the breaking up of pcliticdl "rh.gr' imcomtif vhcro :i nomination bv one ortlie other liaity . " . , ha been enuivalcnt to an election. It is not a good thing for a party to be too "dominant." In several counties in this State, where the majorities have ranged amongtlie tltoususds, and the Court-house rings, by condoling the party caucuses, have had the offices di vided out Among themselves, and con sequent recklessness and corruption have been engendered, the people arc becom ing -aroused to a sense of the needs of the hour, and independent nominations are being made, with good prospects of their election and a hqiied-for reform in stituted. Chicago has met with another disa- tcT.a fire on Tuesday destroying twenty- live uioeis tu uuiuuu.i, 11 "- estimated at over four million dollars. Another tire 011 Wednesday consumed about Uvecty-flve blocks. Tirr...

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. — 17 July 1874

a una we. In yondtr manfioii m the i-ari There ilwel!a a man of money, lie owns both old and ships and laud, And all his dajH are aunuy ; lie in a gilded chariot, drawn By prancing jrajp, goes stately ; His fce ! noiutthiug grim for ouo Whom Furtune Io:& o greitiy. Hard by the park a easant wight His strow -thatched hut hath chosen ; He owns a jick&as and a cow, And cocV and heii!? a dozen ; lit toils ail ?M from morn to night. And seiditu looketh sadly. But hath a merry face for one Whom Tortune treath eo badly. The ceitlcraan a daughter hath. Too proud for common gallants, Her faco is seme hat coldly cut, Bnt she haa wondrous taleuU, For Maud hath slowly nurtured been By a Aviso man from college ; Sho play Beethjven, flings with taste, And briminl i of knowledge. The neaant hath a daughter, too, Some happy wight may win Tier ; Boor Bessie cannot play or ing. Though he can coi a dinner. Sao milt the cow, he weaves the woo', Knits PtockineH for l.er father, ller eheei is red...

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. — 17 July 1874

LMJ THE TYJIAXXY OF GLOVES. Yet, after all, the whole things seems to us to be simple despotic and irration al, srtiilcial anil unnatural. Head the dictum of a lately-published brochure upon etiquette nt the national capital : "Gloves must be -worn upon entrance to the drawing-room, but must always be taken off at the moment one is seated at the table. A recent innovation permits that the gloves shall not be re placed at all after their removal at the table. This, however, may be only one of those Hitting fashions worn, like the glove, for the moment and then cast aside. Yet do not forget that during the serving of dinner the waiters in at tendance alone wear gloves. And the waiter serves with great elegance with the thumb of the hand wrapped in a damask napkin." Under such contra dictoryand capricious regulations, is there auy excuse to bo found in puie reason, we should like to know, for hav ing put on the glove in the first place? A id may we not ask why, except to pro tect our h...

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. — 17 July 1874

Kaiiroad Time-Table. Kai:is City, St. Joseph and Council Bluff EaSroad. North: Mall Mail & Kxnvcss. Freight. Express. l-.prcs. S! lo-scnll.. :35 I'M 6:10 AM lSBfa UiHAM. jnaziui.i..8:a.'S JitM I:i3 Siv.i-.uiah ..4.10 7:.VI ltocndale..4::S' 8::K1 lial.-L.ow... 4:1.! s:30 llanurd !:15 .v..irvillo ...":.& 10:-'O Notaway -09 3:00 3.-.U ! liis.ph..8-"Q AM. ".;10r.t 1 rM limxijui. AmA2;)iiia..S:tr ?:oJ 1 t-.iv.'.imah...7A! :: lio-cud ile..7::SJ 4.KJ JSilcUow- ...-:!) 4:(V. Il.irnai-d 7:10 3:45 J'.arvvillc ..US3 '-: Xo-taway 100 . . . " "" " 11:17 New Goods and Cheap I At Glazier's, west end the Square, ha-, liecn received :i now lot of latest styles liats, prints, woolen goods, &c. Ahandsomo lot of summer shawls just opened. Ladies' hose (iron frame) 12ic per pair. Other goods in propor tion. LOCAL BREVITIES.. Take your wool to Russell's Ski: advertisement of NM'.Lifeln.s Go; Ki.oui: always fresh at Savannah Mills. Couxand potatoes arc needing rain badly. Buy your fruit cans a...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 24 July 1874

c 0 XLK t r drei ,vo i-'.i vol shuts rs axd xo fkmi shall awe O. E. PA.UT,, : Editor aail Publisher. S SAVANNAH, WO., FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1874. V0I"IH. If-40. Gjj i 1 ' li dfcv f: $j& cjst SAVAS2TAH DIRECTORY. jltfrtwirnts n Wi".?fi, Jiff a-tfs per line t rt o.i ' m u. iuiir.Ji.tfi ,V gfnrrai head. TCokt 'w'nt ii.fi'Ttif J'i to!t- tt'i ar ,4.n:bic and ATTOltNKYS. T i i - II si I.WAKT, Attorney ut law and Notary , iV.lii-. (liv,('imt-houc. tin st drs. l'ai-d-.-..n- of liiatiiu;: money can luxe il -e-,i u real e-tati- on short noliee. 23 -!-t- w. VI.DWELL,, nttorney-at-law a'l V -Wary I"ulIis. fay- special alienti'in ii r ilii caiifc', Virnvrv-uiisuig" and investigating ill. - 1 T. ISKYAN. iitiumi-v at la-, will prj tiro1 fhrnVh3. , X T. "i all thr court SlH I'l.l: I'l Uil'H am II H ii-iiu ill m imiii... ami tiroiiaie -"nru- Olace over thr jail, ou-)i.i-i'i- I'mlmte ii.tUf. -" G1 Ri:iA! & VV. MfOX. ntturneys ami X i-otiiw linr at Uff. I'artimUr ettrutiun 'i. n la i-.illni !'. Uia...

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. — 24 July 1874

AHBREW GOUKTY REPUBLIGAH. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. SEWS IX BRIEF. PKRSOXAL. James Wood, the Captain of the Chicago Bsec-Iiall Cinh since its organization in 1S70, and one of tho heist ami most honorable pro fessional hall-players in tho couutry, lias Buf fered imputation of right leg. Zaun, the ignorant Gorman nhoattciopted to bribo tho Chief-Justico of Wiwoni-in, pleaded guilty, and was fined $100 and coetu, tho smallest amonnt allowed, it being beliovod his offense resulted from stupidity and ignorance. Nilseon, tho great vocalist, has disposed of her Teoria real estate. A pigeon-shooting miitch betweon James Gordon Iiennett, of the Berahl, and Gcorgo Lorillard, camo oil at Now York last -week, and resulted in a victory for tho latter, who killed fifty-two birds to Bennott's forty-nine. Each shot at 100 birds. Tod It. Caldwell, Govomor of Noith Caro ina, died July 11, at Hillsboro, N. C, of cholera morbus. Vice-PrCkident Wilson's health is said to bo better than it has ever been sinco ...

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. — 24 July 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Two Wordi. Tte-e are two words, dear children. That pro;r!y used Will male you true heroe ; liut crossed and abused. Will warp y"or whole natures ; Then watch well your tongue. And say -yes "to the right, And uo" to the wrong. When tempter" ' l" wita -0I And ak yon to take A cigar, or soiue liquor, And ear tt will make A man of you, an wer them Firmly, and say Tour " no " o 'twi11 MgMa The rascals away. When brother! plead with job To relieve their diitreM, Hi, ready and willing To anwer them " yes ;" "ow don't "get them " crosted," And ay " no" to that call. And "yes" to tun patroua Of old alcohol. There are many grjwn people Wlo make thia mistake, And I pray you Use rare, IVr your own honor' sake ; And half the world' sorrow. And lolly, and woe. Come from uing a "yes" la ph.ce of a uo." Old Diui iid '" Pe." Children, let rue tell you bow this picture was drawn, and may be you will ieel more interested in looking at it. The artist calls it " Old Dinah and her Tets...

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. — 24 July 1874

Andrew SIicmuJXZi TKltUS: 6'I "' vcrymr. in udvanrr. . j. - 1 IMDAY JIDRMXti, -II I.Y II. 1-71. OUB. COMPLIMENTS TO THE HcLEAN ORGAIT. tV cravo thu i-anlon of our -ra.Icw imitil-ni.i? in a little personal matter ..1" no -'lxat "merest lo them. Wv have nlwiiys ei:iIe:ivorel fc avoiil Midi eoii-irovrr-ic--. liciiip; very particular, even Allien damaging . pisraPiial fact, in n-hi-Vn to a eotemporary have hei'ii made known U us, to avoid any reference to itPin in our column. 1'Ut- Chief .Ju--lii-e Aicl.ean.- mouthpiece, wao-e name appears as editor of the Patron, ha-, iieen printing aonte lies i:i order to tra duce up, and it is not our nature to qui etly submit to .-ueh treatment. We have treated Jlr. Kelly with uni form courtesy, s-iuce lie brought his press into thrown ; have, in laet.on .-ev-i-ral occasions done favors for him. The . turn we get for such kindness is an inshir.ating, traducing, falsifying state ment originating in his own or his fos-!er-father.s brain, and maliciou-...

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. — 24 July 1874

ANDREWOOUNTYi Js Organization and History, . ir(t jtciiiiuxccncex, Jncidents dr., of the Olden Time. ivy AN OU CITIZEN". o .laities AVood claimed the right of j jiiv-cmptiou to t He land seleeRm by jlir coi:infi4ioiiL'i of the iei'tnaneitt cat of justice. Jle hail a ctil1ivated liclil. tteiiiling along north and south, on what now Fir-t s.rcct, in Savannah, also known :w Christian Ititltn'. Ui-. dwclliiiir was Jtist. south of the line of the selected land, on (lie tract now occupied by Thomas Nance's heirs, a? a vineyard. The Count v Court compromised with him for his claim, and paid him one hundred and soventy dollars. At the ?ame term, the county wae divided into townships Nodaway, lack-on. .Icller.-oii and Jasper. Af terward l'lat to township was taken oil' of the east end of .iaper, with Platte river the dividing line: Koch ester oil' of thu south of J'lattu anil .la-per; aKo. Hughes and Kuchanau townships were formed from the north Miles o' Jackson, Platte and .la-per: Hughes t...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 24 July 1874

A WELCOME TO THE ED1T0US. Toe following poeiu, ly A. M. Thomson, wu read at the recent tHi.torl.kl reuniou at Mil- vrauiee;) lio ! brothers of the types and jeu Good master of tie tiugly art Kind rulors over minds -f men True mmrettuA in tLe realm of hear! : Vc greet jou with an oj-ea palm, The taWes grout with with festive cheer; I nt a miner nut my rhythmic jiFalra Of welcome iu your williuj; ear. Tin not upon reluctant hlnpft Our doorn aw-.i back ?t our apiroach ; Warm welcome nevor can infringe IIihjii true friendbhip'n Itind encroach. Sweet June hangs all her banners out, And .! ka herself with hu miner flowers ; With vernal beauty all nlto.it, Shefcatterd joy through all the hours. The lake lifts toward tho azure sky The- reetless wateH with crest of white And o'er its lniom eouth winds sigh Of Nature's cilm and I lire delight. So, while the rhime of bells is rune. And iennants Rtream from every ship, Tour preetm rolls from every tonnue. And thunders forth from cannon' lip. Te...

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. — 24 July 1874

DEEHS1 110UXS JMIIEDDKI) IX SOLID TItKES. G. W. Crouch, Superintendent of Citv Schools, writes from Hollnnil City, Jiich., to the Detroit Free J'rcs : A Curious Kkijc Tlin Jlaniuetto Mining Journal eayit in the nhow-niiulow of T. Mead, the poet and noted dealer in nitnoralogical Bpecimein1. in ft pair of deor-horiis which liavo the appearance of having grown from the side of a tree. Thoy wero found on tlio Me nominee river, hy J. N. Annatrong. anesplorcr, eoinitinio i-iiico. When found, thoy wero im bedded in a foft-niaplo tree, uear a branch about eighteen feet from the ground, and a piece of the treo with tho liorus in wa cut and brought in. It is tuippOHod tho horna were hung overs sapling-branch yearn ago, and in ith growth tho treo has formed around tho bai-e of tho horun."' Wo hnvo a similar "relic" found by James Kyder, Esq., whilo grading the Chicago and Michigan Lake Shore rail road bed just north of this place. It was a beech tree in this case, and the horns were about 12 ...

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 July 1874

Andrew (o. cgnblmn. Railroad Tinio-Table. Kansas Citv, St. Joseph 2nd Council Bluifs Ezilroad. North:" Mail .t . w U.iU.V; LI nri's. rrciiii. i. nvn. j.Ain's- 1 B I'M 1:5s S.J ::fi .vv. 3:(NJ :11 M..'o-!citl..S-.1i 1-M 6.10 JJI Ain-iziniU. .':" fiTt Si-ivaniiah ..4. In 7:5.! Ito-croliilcUU S-iO IIjIckw...4:tJ S::il lt.irn.inl......l:.'ii U:15 Mary ilk ...ISM 10. -J) NoiUiray ......... ...... South: M..lo;i-ih..S:.".OAM C.Mra I'M 1'.()am. Amainia..S:ui a::til 1- 1"- IJvj Nivamiali.. .7;'i! .1:(r . . i:.i;i'nil:ilir..T::K 4.3.1 ISnlekuvv ...7:--M 4M . Ihimanl. 7:11 .1:l.i Mjrv-villc ..tiH.'i '.'::SU -V...!.ivav - 12 TlJlT caused by a hus-band cudeavoriug to I leave his wife, and taking hi? personal j property ivitn lnm. whieft was resisted ly the virago with fierce wools and blows. Tho lady was finally forced to succumb. Amusement (?) was af forded a largo number of peoplc.howev or, most of the morning. A rirrmox is in circulation asking P.0CHEST3B. INDIGNATION H33TIN5. and witli wife...

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. — 31 July 1874

The Andrew xo fa vo n .?ir.4 r.s SAVANNAH.. MO., FRIDAY, JULY 31,.1S74'. Editor nil JJublishor. i - I'S J-VZ) ,V0 FEAR SHALL AWE. SAVANAIDIRCTORY. .l(frfrf;'frj,ifi in Xftf cahimn, fifty cents per line jur off ttfOtt including the gttttral head. Those mho cdcrrti&r in th cvlurm nrr reliable end straufhtfonettnt in their respective callings. ATTOK.VKYS. T II. I r;WAl.X Attorncvat lawaiid.Sotari J I'"''"'-- acv,iurt-hoi . iiista n i-ai- . tu- de-inm- of loaning moiurcau have it m ! cured with real .-i-tate on short notice. 21 j iir w. ; u.mvw.i,, atinnicy-at-i:.w ami 1 . Notary I'uMir. I'avs special attention collecting, eor.n-yancing and investigating ; ltle-. 24 ' ! 1 T. l'M AN. iiltn-ncvat law. will iir.ii.tire , X. i a" 'he courts of Northwest- Missouri. .special attention givin'obii-iues- ii t county I airi i:iio;ii- rinui!. unite ov cr i :r jail, ini io-it Probate oilice. 2 I UKIINr.Ki: .t mut-SOX. att mm and c..iiii-cllors at .at. Particular attenfim nlell to collections fi...

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. — 31 July 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN, SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. mWS IN BRIEF. PKRSOSAL. Ttero is a conflict of authority between Secretary Bristow and Treasurer Spinner re garding the appointments in tho " lledemp tion Bureau " created by a recent act of Con gress. Mr. Spinner, being lield responihlo for tho safe custody of tho funds of tho Gov ernment, very naturally thinks that ho should have the appointment of tho men who are to handle the cash, but Bristow thinks other-, wise. Prof. Watson, of the University of Michi gan, accompanied by other astronomers, left Omaha for tho West on the 17th iiiBt., on their way to stations in China and Japan, whero they will observe tho the transit of Tenus. Four car-loads of astronomical in etrumcnts preceded them. Q. C. Smith, who erected for the late Prof, Morse the first line of telegraph poles in this country, between Washington and Baltimore, in 1814, died at his residence in Ncwficld, Me., a few days ago. A "personal" published by Mr. Ross, of Philadelphia...

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. — 31 July 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Iiabi'-Lniiri; How many miles to liaby-Land 7 Any oue can tell ; Up one flight, To your right ; I'lease to ring the bell. What fan yon Re in Baby-Land? little folki in white. Downy beads. Cradle-beds, Tares pure and bright. "What do they do in Baby-Land? Dream and wale and play, Laugh and crow, Shont and grow; Jolly times hare they. What do they nay in Baby-Land ? Why, the oddest things? Might aa well Try to tell What a birdie sings. "Who is the Queen of Baby-Land? Mother, kind and sweet; And her love, Born above. Guides the little feet. GoEn After the Coats. "Polly! Polly 1" Little Polly anil Sstherwere playing " bear " down by the spring-bouse, when momma called. They liked to play there, for a brook ran along udder the trees, and right through the spring-bouse just a tiny brook and sometimes they would throw stones into it, and sometimes put bits of bark and chips on the -water, and call them their boats. And -once papa mado them a funny little wheel out of -woo...

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. — 31 July 1874

I'L'p.MS: .! 50 per yccr, ,in advaua:. 11HIIAY .JIOI'JMSO, -IfJ.Y.tl, Js74. THBtPEOPIiE VS. BOUBEONS. The Republican State Central Com mittee met at St. Lnuis on Thursday .last, mm! after nuiure deliberation adopted Jjic following resolntions : That in the opinion .of the .Republican Executive Committee .of Missouri, th-3. present deplorable condition of afl'air.s' .of this State is such as to merit the seri ous attention of all good citizens, irre-, .pective ol party. That bv the wise, prudent and nat- Tiotic action of.tlie law abiding, peace, loving and honest.citizens ot tlie Mate,' .opposed to niisrtile,jincapaciiy and an archy, by uniting for that end, the; people can be rescued from "the reck-: lessness and mismanagement of ,the patt two years, already depreeiatingithe' value of property, and, through disor der and lawlessness, driving away large numbers of our iuoi valuaii'3 .and .en terprising citizens. That to this cud, and to bring about a reform o imperatively .demanded, ...

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. — 31 July 1874

ANDKEWCOUNTY Jls Organization and History, with Ueminiscences. Incidents, iSci, of iie Olden Time. BY AN'OMvcmZEX. Vtic liaVe heretofore riven a ftfu-historical sketches of Andrew county in its irimcvnl days. il'lnrtyi-three year. have passtxi since tliat-eiii to the present tlieiluiif'thof tnue which is said will pass :nwhole generation of human beinfs from the face-of the terrestrial ;h)bp. vjr.to eternity. The history tlirougli that mcdievdl time we have neither the time nor tho pa- ticuec to write. iiortuw70 believe it would rciniiiiorate 'for the trouble; therefore, so far as .we ere concerned, pass, it by, amMet oblivion dravr the i-iirtain over the Interval, and com mence with the cci'.nty as it new is, iliirressinj; first, however, by auinirul vcrting to something trial iii a farmer ;rrticle whichihas attempted to bfcor rected iu.au .article .published in the .St. Joseph Morning Iicriihl of the '25th juitant, sigKad-'-Viafor,"' as follows: Ye desire ln-iv to. orrrftt error w...

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. — 31 July 1874

MAUI) ALEX. A mere fiirl: One coarse curl Z palling on her phouldw ; Tale her cheek. Her lii waV, Cut her eyes were bolder. She uo paint Glaring paint Daubed oa every feature ; Gaudy dreas All could guess A ioor f.tV.eu creature. For no good There nhe blood, No one pafwing near her; Spare kept wide ; Dm9 aside, "Women seemed to fear her. Carriage crashed, llorperi danhed. There vaa wild confusion ; People cried, . Terrified At the mad intrusion. Mid the crowd, ffhneking loud In a voice of terror, A mother wild, A little child, Lost by wme Rtrauco error. AUl tvafl there! Its head lm re, AIid those whirling f arce- In the street, Kealh the feet Of the maddened hers en. Though all heard. No one stirred Death would be the winner ! One brave eye; One sharp cry; Twas the painted sinner ! Quicker then Than the pen Could tell of half the danger, Sbe riked her life, 'Mid that strife. To fave a l'ttle ft t ranger. And I thought, As I caught A glnupse of tier pale features, 'Mid the hlaina Sti...

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. — 31 July 1874

cuuwl's e.xi'eiu.mexts ix cook-ei:y. The report of our experiences elicited a suggestion on the part of one distin guished alike for classical and culinary lore, that it wonld be Tvell to test tho qualities of ass-flesli. Accordingly, a donkey which had at tained the mature age of sis was pur chased, and carefully fattened for the space of three mouths, till it became quite a pleasure to pay our daily visit and poke him professionally in the ribs as he put on yet more ant. more flesh. At Inst came the day of doom. He -was pronounced perfect, was duly slaught ered, and the series of experiments com menced. The dty after his decease the brains wero eaten with unmixed satis faction, and the liver proved superior to that of calf. All this was well, but our anxiety was about the joints ; so, when it had hung a week, we ventured on a ciilottc d'anc braiscc a la jardiniere, which proved so attractive that on the next day we boldly attacked a roast sir loin, pure and simple. We felt at once...

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. — 31 July 1874

B ! Railroad -Iiime-Table. Kansas City, St. Joseph, 2jwl Council Bluff's Railroad. Worth- Mail& ' Mail & Express. Freight. Express. K-tpn-ss. M..r,i-'c)li..:l::HMi U:I0-am l:lr'i S! AM Ama7.nnia..:i:.V, ' 1"" ":m Savannah ..4:10 7 'SJ non-int.de.. 4 SM lio!rki)W...4:4i 8:30 l:.irnard 1..7J'. 3:1"' .M4rvvilh:..5;:M lOnM J.od"away " fljSf,h..8? :!" ".V P nAM' Araain'a..a-M S:M 1J .Savannah. ..7-T.i 6:0 Ko-eiidale. .7 :-.! 4J) Jtolcfcow ...7-M 4:0.1 IWrnanl. 7:lJ) N.-Iawav 11,1 New Goods and Cheap ! At Glazier's, vest end the Senate, has been received a new lot of latest styles huts, prints, woolen goods, Ahamlsomc lot of summer shawls just opened. Ladies' hose (iron frame). 12ic per pair.' Otjier goods in proportion. LOOM, BRvrmES. Taku your wocl to HussoH's. Sr.r.ad"vcitien.catcfX.Y.LifeTn5,fe., 1-i.ouk always fresh at Savannah mills. Huv your fruit cans and jelly giasess of II. II. Dobhins. llussni.L has just received a new sup ply of dry goods and groceries. Taki: your wool...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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