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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 7 August 1874

The Andrew NO FAVOR SWAYS US AND NO FEAR SHALL AWE. O. E. PAUIi, Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1874 VUL III. N 42. Republican, SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. .Idetrlitmenti in this column, fjly cents per line lor one ftas, including the general head. Those iriio adeertise i (his column are reliable and straightforward in their resitectire callings. ATTORNEYS. J II. SIKWaUT, Attorney nt law ami Notary . I'ablic. Onlce.Court-hoiue, np stairs, l'or lics desirous of loaning money can liave It se cured with real estate oil short notice. 2-1 1T W. UAI.DU'KLL, attomey-at-law anil W . Notary Public, l'ays special attention o collecting, conveyancing unil investigating itlrt. 24 "I T. H2VAX, attorney at law, win practice JT in alt the courts .f Northwest Missouri, hpccial attention pi fen tobu.-iness in the county anil probate courts. Ollice over the Jail, op K)aitc 1'roltate ollice. 27 aUEENI.KK & TEAltSON, attorneys and counsellor at law. Particular attention given to col...

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. — 7 August 1874

THE HOME AMONG THE 1IILIJ:. UY HAEllIET U F.WEK Kill BALL. Midway Wtwwn three lowering hills One lonely human dwelling; The circling acre?, culturc-dwept, Its lit II history telling ! On either baud toe meadow Kail Make fair tha mountain Bjiaces With no!iiea reach of buttercups And f liver drift of d.isietf. Behind, the asamire forest wall; Jlvfore, the river running; Ami close ab:it the little cgt; The niga-j of human cunning : The signs so homely and so ftweet That draw im to each other, And male the daily life of maa l'amUiar to his brother. iVe know the hand at early mora That cottage luarth-fire klndhug; We watched the dropping of this corn ; We wait iU purple Hpudlfug! A part have we in all the toil Of the.? our mountain neighbors; A portion iu the prociu gain Heaven tIsiiowr from their lalwre. We ta-to t'eir trljln, share their feast, And, lrciha paHMUg woader. We linger even while we no. Their choice, their lot to pander. Amid the gnurieiir and the gloom On every hind abidin...

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. — 7 August 1874

ISltlEF XEXTIOX. Gun. Dutleic is at Martha's Vineyard, where they raise camp-ineetiags and convert people. Total loss to the insurance compa nies by the Chicago fire, 2,727,290; salvage, S4S2.320. A water famine is impending in Jer sey City because of the bursting of ono of tlio large mains. Admiiul Jenkins has arrived in Wash ington, and will put his son on bread and water indefinitely for marrying a ballot-girl. Gen. Spinner means to run his own machine, and has no idea of being a wheel within n wheel in the Treasury Department. Tun Methodists of one of the English conferences have struck on a minister from the lists for having dishonorably broken a maringo engagement. More thimber is used in cribbing nnd walling up the silver mines of Utah than is used for building nlV the cities, towns dwelling and fences in the Terri tory. ' Colorado calls for mora women ; but the assertion that there is tcarcly a tin gle one left bears a coloring of artifice for the piupose of making the inark...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 7 August 1874

Andrew go. etthliiHn. TERMS: 81 50 jmt year, in advance. FKIHAY MOKNIXG, AUGUST 7. 1S74. McL.ux and.his man 1'riday bellowed as loud as they could in last -week's paper this;tiusethe farmer put 'his signature at the bottom. Wo are iorcibly reminded of the following xinccdotc 1 A farmer's lad was crossing a field where a very wild and ferocious bull was allowed to room at large. When the boy had about reached the middle -of the field, he suddenly saw the bull, -with head lowered, rushing furiously at him. Being accustomed ;to . manag ing cattle, he was iu no way disconcert .cd, but ran to a tree jiear by andom menccd running round ,itwith the bull after him; presently he caught the bull by the tail and commenced belaboring .him unmercifully with a stick. The Oiull finding that":tair was turncd,start .cd off at a run (the boy swinging on to him), but the faster he ran, theiinore the boy belabored him, until finally he com menced bellowing. -"Oh!" says thc "boy, increasing his blows, "...

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. — 7 August 1874

ANDREW COUNTY o Its Organization and History, iM'lklfcminiscciices, Incidents, dx-., of the Olden Tinw. I5V AX OI.I) CITIZEN. 0 A great statesman once said (hat agriculture feeds and clothes us; with niil it wo could have no manufac tures, nor commerce. The three stniid together like pillars the l:trr i in the center, and that one is ag riculture. Certainly, without good husbandry, we would soon lapse into the nomadic state, living on the (iixmtancous products of the earth, mid game of the forest. Husbandry -is the body and soul of civilization snd good government, the life of manufactures and commerce, the builder of towns and cities, steam Ueits and railroads. It is the tiller iif the soil who opens highways to now countries, as they did to the Platte purchase pioneer, with axe in hand, who fells the forest prepara tory to the introduction of other in dustries, manufactures, commerce nud lalkor. Hv them the solitudes of the forests and prairies are broken, anid soon made to groan ...

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. — 7 August 1874

rm ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. NEWS nr BRIEF. PERSONAL. Hon. John Jay sailed for Liverpool on 'the 23d inst., on his way back to Vienna. J. Bancroft Davis, American Minister to Germauy, tailed for bin post July 30. Jolm Mitchell, the Irish patriot of former daje, has returned to his nativo country, aud tho Nationalists propose to send lain to tho British rarliament. Detectives aro watching MitdieH'H movcnienta. Gen. E. Carr, aftor a long and hard cam paign in Arizona, is visiting with his father in Galesbnrg. III. Mrs. Clem is going to remodol her house in Indianapolis and livo in stylo. Col. A. H. Holt, of Illinois, has been ap pointed Chief Clerk of tho Internal Kevcnno Office at Washington. The trial of cx-Senator Tomcroy, on tho charge of bribing A. 21. York, has been post poned uutil next fall. Gen. Cowan lias resumed his duties as Acting Secretary of tho Interior. G BX URAL. A bottle containing a brief noto, stating that at the time of writing tho steamship C...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 7 August 1874

Andrew o. jKcptihlixm. Railroa.d Time -Table. Ka-;i5 City, St. Joseph and Coiinc'J EluSi RvraarJ. Worth- JlMl.t .vjiiisc 'Exi.ns Freight. Kvpivss. 1'xpress. St .I.I-CJlh .i VI'M h 10 AM l..l'iiM l-.XtAil. Ar.uipnu...-! "" ''" 1 i'l'W Sivauiuh ..i 10 Uoiend ilc.l,l llolckov .4 li riir..ol....l:"l Jliryvillc ."j .!0 ".iarjj So-nth: :t .!os'pn..S-3n a: Am:z nit i. .&." S.tvm:iiil: .Til K-.."-ad.i"e. .7-i l'.dcow . 7M i:ininl 7. in tfii.rille . Nr. i.iirny h.:i !15 !0 JO r. n .i () 4 US .I I) j no li li MM 12 ai. nii 11.17 &0 LOCAL BREVITIES.. Taki: your wool to Husseins. That rain of Friday was a god-send. She advertisement of X. Y.Lifo Ins. Co. Fi.oui: always fresh at, Savannah Wills. C.ood cider vinegar at Howard's 25 cents a gallon. ' Uuy your fruit cans and jelly .glasses ot H. H. Dobbins. 1'ATiioKizE Shcdrick. You will get your inoncy's.worlh. KrssKLT. has just reccived'a new sup ply of dry goods and groceries. Take your wool to Kiuwril and got-a ond price iu cash or. chea...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 7 August 1874

TERRIBLE DELUGE. AwrtL CitiaiTT is AuxaniiSY Citt, Pa. A Flood Inflicts Seeiocs Damage Uros LirE asd PnorEBTT. nmncKon. July 27.-TTie r&in-storm thich visited ibis city yesterday and last gbt as the Waviest known to the oldest habitants, and tiio rosult the moat diBas Zs in the history of this city. Tho storm 0f the morning only inflicted some damage on tie sewers and individual property ; but at beat 9 o'clock tiio windows of the heavens ere opened and tho deluge was fearful. iolid masses of water flans thcmselT08 iu .gry volume upon ovety square foot of the iown and country, tho thunder and lightning Wcre terrific, and the death-cry of scores of -victiai rose upon tho air from a dozen snb Bergcd localities. Tho oxact conrso of this .TClone as yet is not precieely known, but .nis to le a Bemi-circle, embracing tho northern, western, and sontliwostoru parts of our city in it-area, leaving tho main portion .of the city unharmed. In Allegheny tho -alamitv is utterly appalling, not...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 14 August 1874

Republican. XO FAVOIl SWAYS V S AXI) XO FKAIl S II A L L AWE. O. E. PAUL, Editor nuil Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1S74. V0' III. K 43. 1 k 1 lie Andrew mim SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. AdrfrttsnA'ntx in thh co!nmnt JSJIy rmt per lins tor oue j'Mt, uiclnttiutj the general head. Those who adrerti i'i this toinoin are reliable and straiyhtfofi"'ird in their respective callings. ATTORNEYS. TH M'KUAKr, Atlunu-yat law nn! Notiiry . riiMu. );liCf,;tui1-IuUiie, upstairs, rar-tu-s ile.-ii'eti- nt" huuitijr iii'iui'V rsm have it se cure! wit!i real otatt -hort nnticr. '!'! tir W. CU.IlWKI.I., attorncy-at-law mul V Notary Public. li special attention ii collecting, "enmcj jncing anil inicstigaliHg ill.- -I fy '1. IlltYAN. attorney at law, will prailire JTiuall tho courts of" Northwest Missouri, special atietition irhen tolin-inefrs "in tin' rounty j.n-1 probate courts-. UUicu over the jail, op Hitt i'rolule otlicc. -7 ("1 1U:i:.M.I:K & VK.ll50S. attorneys Mini X counsellors at la...

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. — 14 August 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. SAVANNAH, MISSOUEL jmws m BRIEF. PSRSOXAL. The Hon. P. Van Trump, ox-Congressman of the Twelfth Ohio District, died July 31, at his residence in Lancaster, Ohio, of heart disease. Gen. Howard, recently assigned to the command of the Department of the Columoia, was on the 4th inst. treated to a farewell ban quet by some members of tho Young Jlen'd Cliristian Association of Washington. A Washington dispatch says that Gen. D. D. Smith, who has held the position of Super vising Inspector of Steamships, was remoTed on the 5th iust. Secretary Briatow returned to Washington on the 5th. GKXXRAL. A dispatch from Shroveport (La.), dated July 31, says tho Times' Natchitoches corre spondence reports that the whito tax-payers of that parish, numbering 700, met in conven tion on the 27th and demanded tho resigna tion of tho District and Tarish Judge", Tax Collector, and Parish Attorney. Tho two Judges had left tho parish, and tho demand was not.compliod with. Tho Tax-Col...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 14 August 1874

TRK LITTLE FOLKS. Wnah-Daf JIT OL1TK STEVENS Br.OWN. WeBhang"n out our wah'n'. Don't you see our teenty lines 7 Tec s lioeotriUK one is Birdie's, Tbe other one is mine. ,Ve alien wash on Monday, 'CauFc irran'ma oilers does ; .And the fcoodest ways to housekeep I guest! our Rran'ma knows. "vVe've sot a teenty wa&hboard, And a cunnln' little tub, I does 'xnof t all the rinsn 'Cauw llirdie lores to rub. I tell you she piles soap on 'Mott more than Bridget does To do a dreat, big waah'n'; But Bridget never knows. She'd fcold us worse than fifty If sha should find it out : But we's peu'ally pretty quiet. And she dont know what we're 1ont. If waruma'd come aud see u, I Hict she'd scold some more, 'Causs we've wotted up our sashes. And slopped the pantry floor. We've crinkled tip our fingers Till they look as gran'nia'e do ; And Birdie slopped some soapsuds Itight on my new blue shoe. We pet it in the oven I gi: it'll dry ripht toon. There, we've done this dreat big wash ll And hung it...

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. — 14 August 1874

mlrcw o. gtpnblicim. TKftXsTS'l MpcrjcAr, in adatncc. 1310 AY MOUSING, Al'CUJKTll, ls74. O.ve of the speakers on Saturday last implied that the reason the old South ern trade, which used to lie the market for the produce of the North, had not been revived, was that the Government had not released its "hand of oppres sion." He did not specify in what par ticular manner the South was boing op pressed by the Government, and had he been requested to do so, might have found it a difficult matter; but he might have stated the well known fact that since the war the people of the South had learned wisdom and now diversify their crops, raising nearly all the corn and pork they need lor their own use, as well as their usual crop ol cotton for export. IIakpi'.k's AVekklv is a power in the l.iud. It is unequivocally the most in dependent paper published in the coun try. T lie charge tint it has ever been the "organ" of the President, of Con gress, or of any political part", is as false as it is...

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. — 14 August 1874

ANDREW COUNTY Jit Organization and History, ttiifi Item in ween ces. In ciden h; ir., of the Olden Time. 0 BY AN OI.II CITIZEN-. -o- "William Jenkins, confertioncry and catiii-!iue,on the southeast corner ot the riiiarc. i a place of l'asliioim lilo lviort. .Mi. -Monroe's private Guarding, on Alain street. ea-t end of lown. i'a irst-rlas house, ami well patronized; also, Mrs. Alason, on Christian llidge. .loeph l'hillips is jilway in his photograph srnl-1-:r. reaily to accommodate ciistom with "superior specimen of bis .irt.oii the xrot end. Alike Deinpsey iior- f,,r jmd A. M. Southard, neophvto ll.lll ,. t ... ....w ... ami wno.-e woric work lllf resort for ladies, and where is kept :i torc well stocked in the lnillinery lino: alo. AIi-s. OppHger and Mis's Eat. on the west end, have millinery store, where the ladies can be accom modated with the latest and most :ipproved styles of bonnets. &c. Ladies can also be accommodated with the latest and most fashionable styles of (Ircss...

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. — 14 August 1874

Till: DUKE AKJ) DUVUESS OF KDIX IiURGU. A WELCOME UT Sill. ALFHKD TEKtittsOX, THE FOI.T LAUREATE. 1. iie son of him with whom wo strove for iwwer Whoee U1 w lord thro all his ;orld-domain Who mailt) tut wrf a man, and burst his chain-- Has given our lrinre his own Imperial Flower, Alenndrowna. And welcome, liumian flower, a people's pride, To Britain, when her flowers bgin to blow! IVom love to Ioe, from home to home you go. From mother unto mother, stately bride, Mario Alexandra wiia. Tho golden newt along the Bteppes is blown. And at thy name the Tartar tenta are Mirrcd ; lUburz and all the Caucasus have heard; And all the sultry tialms of India known, Alexandre wua. The voices of our iimvwmI uea On rapes of Afric a on clitTR of Kent, The Maoris and that Islo of Continent, And loyal pines of Canada murmur thee, Marie Alexandrowna ! Fair empire branching, both, in lusty life! Yet Harold England fell to Norman auorda; Yet thine own land ha bow'd to Tartar hordes Since English Harold...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 14 August 1874

LMJ CHEAP ARTIFICIAL ICE. The Columbus (Ga.) Sim reports that the iron-works of that city have per fected machines by which a superior quality of ice, in quantities limited only by the capacity of the apparatus, can be manufacture! at a cost ranging irom 75 cents to $2 per ton the latter being the maximum. " The Columbus pro cess" elaims to be an improvement upon every other, in point of economy and durability of its apparatus, and in the inexpensiveness, rapidity, and sinv plicity of the operation. Distilled water was used, and the ice is, there fore, purer than that cut from standing ponds. Thtf machines are being built with a capacity of from 1,000 to 2,000 pound per day, and at prices ranging from SG.000 to S20.0C0. They can be used in the winter at less expense than the cost of cutting and storing ice by the ordinary process, and are as ad vantageous in northern as southern latitudes. Whu artificial ice was first produced, in France, it cost $110 per ton. or 5 cents per pound. ...

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. — 14 August 1874

' IocaTbrvities. Takk your wool to Russell's. See advertisement of N .Life Ins. Co. Yi.olu: always fresli at Savannah Zdills. Good cider vinegar at Howard's 25 cents a gaI16n. Tin: Singer is the best and most dur able machine in the market. Russell has just received a new sup ply of dry goods and groceries. Takk your wool to Kussoll and get r cood price in cash or cheap goods. . AVunx j-ou want good flour, go to the Savannah Mills, and take your grain there to sell. Fok good fresh flour,. wc can recom mend that made at Savannah Mills, as we've tried it. "Wool wanted by J. B. Russell, who will pay the highest cash price in- cash or goods low dowjji Theije is no work done on a sewing machine that the Singer will not do; be sides, it is everlasting. Thousands of poor men arc sponding as muchor newspapers as would buy a good mint julep every day. The American, Sardine Co.'s bone less sardines are- much better, and less than half the cost of imported sardines. Guoceries, dry goods, paras...

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. — 21 August 1874

ublican. XO FA VOIi SIVAVS US AND XO FEAR SHALL AWK. O. E. PAUL. Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1S74. Vox HI. 1ST 44. he Kep Slllillii SAVAXK AH DIRECTORY. AfrfitiwufnU m ti column Jifty cents per line joronr yri'. including tht general heat!. Thot-e teho adrtrtw tn (kit tolama are reliable and xirciyhtfortnrd tn. their respective callwijt. " ATTOBXEYS. -r H. s'fl. W U'T, Attorney ul law and Notarj rl . Public viiiice.i.oiin-iiouse. up Hairs I'jr- de-dnm- if looting monev chm hau it i 11 .tired u nh real estate nt short notice. tr W. MWKI.E, attorney-at-taw ami . Notai.. ruhlie. 1'ay- secial attention o collecting, "convex ancing and investigating lilc -' CI T IlltYAN, attorney at tan . will pniLtirc I", in all the courts "1 Northucst MiMnri. scul attention gi'en folm-iness in t lit- ronr.tv ami prnli.il' rourt-. OlUcc oxtr the jail, p" l.tle l'roliate office S7 r-i RKhNIXE A I'E HSON. attnrnev. ami X counsellors at Liw. 1'iiriirul.ir uttt-iition irnell locr...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 August 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. XEW8 IN BRIEF. PERSONAL. Gen. O. O. Howard has left Washington to take command of tho department recently nnder Gen. Davis, with headquarters in Port land, Oregon. Ulysses and Josso, sons of President Grant, accompanied by a sou of ex-Collector Murphy, of New York, arrived at Pittsburgh, Fa., on tho 7th inst., having performed the journoy between Huntington and Pittsburgh 200 miles on foot. The Chicago papers annonnco tho death of Bight Rev. Henry J. Whitehouse, Episcopal Bishop of Illinois, in the 72d year of his ago. Same oxcitement was created in Chicago, the other day, by a personal collision between a Times roportor and Mr. A. C. Hosing, editor of the Raals-Zeilung, whom tho roportor at tempted to interview. Tho reporter was soundly drubbed, and picked himself out f the gutter, into which he had been kicked by the Teutonic editor, and made a hasty retreat to tho office of tbo Times, across tho street. Miss Jennie Jerome, daughter of ...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 August 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Two Year Olil. BY HITTT MAGISS. little Rowdy Howdy, Sitting on the floor. Had his little breakfast, Vents a little more. Site and shoutB aloud he. With his Toice so bold ; Ito dy little llowdy. Only two years old! Two years old to-diy, sir. And with fanny tricks That would mate you say, sir, " Surely he is six." Sweetest of the crowd he. With his locks cf gold ; Tiny Rowdy Howdy, Only two years old. Simples in his chin, sir, Roeos on his cheeks jjusic does begin, sir. Always when he speaks, l'apa's surely proud, be Likes to hear it told " This is Itowdy Howdy, Only two years old!" H ar hi hapry chatter. See his little feet, e they pitter-patter Up and down the street. It is, you must allow, de lightful to behold Little Itowdy Howdy Only two years old. ogu'.sh little Itowdy ! Looting grate and wise; Happy little Howdy ! 'A ith bis azure eyes. Ver alarmed or cow ed he, liy your glances cold. Here comes Rowdy Howdy Only two 3 ears old. Gh e the boy a hanin'er ! Let hi...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 August 1874

TIC RMS: M pertcar ir.adccr.ee. FKIDAY MOUSING, AUCTST21, 1HT4. TO THK Citizens of Andrew Co. The Central Commitee of the new political party would re-pectfnlly invito all that are in Bvmpathv vrith the movement now on foot to brin;;rctrenclimentand reform in tho adminis tration of our Government, both State anil Ren eral.aud for the advancement of the farmers and other industrial interests, to meet with us at our Virions voting precincts throughout the county, n the 11th day of September, 1874, at " o'clock 1. ra. , to elect nine ) delegates in each township to the County Ciavention, which will meet in Savannah on the 12th day of September, 1874, . m;t rnn.lnlmtes for the various county ofllccsthatareto lie filled at the next general election. By order or the Cocstt Central Committee When one's best friends go hack on him on account of his poverty, it is very sad. That's us. Juggler McLain says wo tlont own any farms in Andrew county. Hut then, dear friend, every body is not the ch...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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