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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 21 August 1874

ANDRETOMTY Jts Organization and History, icitti Hem in iscen ccs, In ci deals, dr., of the Olden Time. BV AN OLD CITIZEN". 1 J There arc other tlirivini: anil im portant towns in the county, with iinniihil ions r.'iri'nti"- frnm si'vnn t tivolve hundred, all well located, and I loinC a iicavy uusiiiess. Newark, iiow called Fillmore, in the northwestern portion of the coun ty, founded in 1845, is surrounded bv wealthy farmers and a fertile soil.anil is the center of au extensive trade. The next in order of time, is Koch ester, situated in the eastern part of the county, on theeast baiiK of I'latte river, ioumled in 1848; has also a vcrv rich soil around, and iarmers of wealth: enjoys a vcrv healthv trade, and has au extensive "cheese factorv; sixteen hundred teats dailv brought into requisition to supply the demand for the crude material daily used in the manufactory of cheese; 'or, more plainly expressed, the milk of four hundred cows daily used in mami-l-icttirinir cheese at the Ko...

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. — 21 August 1874

4 THE rOETS VUOWE. Standing now before the, t'olm, Are my wz and I ; Tell me truly now, dear Colin, While we art waiting by, Which the protlitt of tho twain. My sweet toz or I ? " Sec my lockH bo bright and golden It raided o'er my brow ; See ray ejus to blue and heavenly, And tny pretty mow'. And my (Mtt of iearly whilenw8, Fairer none I avr. ike my oouH.H'a locVs of raven On i'cr brow eo white ; And her gentle features graven With a calm delight ! Po not fe?r wine anger, Colin, Bat dcHcnwht.- Colin t-tood aw hi! unfurl a in, Then he made reply " ' Fair to ine thy loots no golden, Beautiful tiiine eyo ; Tearly teeth no white and een Xer leforo raw I. ' Locks of raven liVe thy cousin's Lovely are, I ween ; Feature all m calm and huly Seldom e'er nre Been ; To decide winch id thn prettier. Two hucIi maid between, Is too nice a tank, Rweet maiden. For hiich youth ul; One ih like the morning sunrise. One the evening hfcy ; Ikth m beautiful and lovely Tint thy charm the'eye." Now vrJh l...

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. — 21 August 1874

A SUA XTEE OA T11S. The ninth issue of correspondence re garding the late Asliantee invasion con tains the forms of treaty lately entered into between the British Government and numerous petty kings and chief tains exercising power near the Gold Const settlements. All alike swear they will not again make war on allies of England, or combine with the enemies of Her Majesty Queen Victoria ; they will invariably obey the orders of the English Government, and employ every effort to maintain peace and quietness on the coast. King Amakdy, of Ap polonia, and h's ten chiefs, swear by their " great Fetish, Kiver Taudor ;" King Quacoe Kinnah, of Axim, and fourteen captains, by Bolio Aroissieand Aceromossoo, whatever these fetishes be ; King Coffee A&hen, also of Axim, with eight followers, by the river Emshiu ; and King Quaw Hobetian, of Aquidab, with a tail of four gallant commanders, by tho river Essiiikoo. IVvers and trees appear to bo the most favored fetishes among all tho tribes who...

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. — 21 August 1874

Andrew a.jc$ubHcnn. Railroad Timc-Table. Vimk City, St Joseph and Coinc'J Bluffs Railroad. Worth- Mill A Mail.te .s! Joseph.. 3:35 pa C:ll aji 1:.B;-.M, AiA.v. Amazonia. 3 :-" liW 3:(i0 .siv.inn.ih ..4.10 Kwn.lale. Ui'.ckow. 4 I J IliiT.nl.-..-v5 JUrynllc . .5..1) rt lawav 8:30 !):15. IOsM 2.0.) 3:14 J200AM. South: ..- ,.t Joseph .SMaji :10i-.i K-Zrx .raazonta.."S " SJM 1-I- Sivannah ..7:Vt S:0 . - Itoiemalc. .7 Si 4 -I) Jtolckow ...7 4:ft, lUrnird i 10 Jl.iryville. .0.35 Nidaw.v S-30 li:W 11:17 LOCAL BREVITIES. Take yonr wool to Russell's. See advertisement of N.Y.Life Ius. Co. Fi.ouk always fresh at Savannah Mills. Good cider vinegar at Howard's 23 cent? a gallon. The Singer is the best-and most dur able machine in the market. liusscix has just received a new sup ply of dry goods and groceries. Take your wool to Russell and get a good piice in cash or cheap goods. When you want good flour, go to. the Savannah Mills, and take your grain th'cre to sell. Tin: German school begins the...

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. — 28 August 1874

The Andrew Republican. XO FA i'Oll SWATS U S AXD XO FEAR SHALL AWE. Edito?-J.iph,rJ SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, AUGUSTUS, 1S74. T01" III. K' 45."" SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. mlvertisemrnt n An column, fifty cents per line ' tor oie ycai, tuiluJi q the general hciL Those cho cdecrttn th . re '?.?. are reliable and traigktfoncari! i. thtir rispectivc callings. ATTORNEYS. I . Public. Oilier. Oiurt-liiiuje. upstairs. Pur- jars ilcsireits hi' loaning money rim Luvc it se-oun-l with real I.av on short notice. -! -ITT W. I U-PWULI., attorney-at-law itml V , Notary I'liblm. 1'ays 5p1ci.1l attention it ..luetics-, i-'.ii-yatieiug anil iuvistigating .ties. -'1 GT. BKYAN". aiMmi'y at law, will pr.ti.tice . in all the oie-ts of Northwest Mi--oiiri. Special at'cntiou .rivm tobudncs- jn tin county and probate co..ri. oilice oer llu jail, op- ist-iie rrmiaic oiiicc. - GKKKM.Ki: A. I'KAItON. stloram ami " counsellor .it law. Particular attention -iVfn to collectio.is. oilice on tin jroutli side .f the pilaris ...

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. — 28 August 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN. BAVANNAH, MISSOURI. JVEWS iV BRIEF. PERSONAL. Lord Dnfferin, Governor-General of Can ada, has been paying a visit to Chicago and Detroit. Gen. Koger A. Pryor has been rotained as ono of tlio counsel for Theodore Tiltou iu the Beecher case. II. D. Xowcomb, President of tho Louis ville and Naehvillo railroad, is dead. Jay Gonld has retnniod to Wall street, and tno stock gambling will begin again very soon. Col. John S. Mosby and Capt. A. D. Payno have been arrested at Warrenton. Va., on suspicion of being about to engage iu a duel. President Grant. Gen. Shonnan and other distinguished Genorals havo Bignifiod their intention of attending tho coming re union of the Army of tho Tennosseo, at Springfield, 111. GESERAL. Gov. Cooke, of Texa, writes to tho Attorney-General at Washington, and rep resents that constant depredations are made by the Indiana from Mexico upon tho people of Texas; that many persons aro mur dered by them, and great quantities of prop erty s...

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. — 28 August 1874

THE LITTLE FOLKS. Han-the Little Bird Went to Sea. Two little birds sat in a nest. All on a summer's day. Slid one, " I think it's far too warm, You'd better fly away. Away, away, away. You'd better fly away This tiny nest, it is so snug There's only room for me ; And as for you, I really think You'd better go to sea. To tea, to sea, to sea, You'd better go to sea ! " Off flew the other in a miff, At least so runs the tale, And coming to a tender ship, He lit upon the sail. The sail, the sail, the sail, lie lit upon the sail. 'ow, sailors of a tender ship Are al ways very kind ; They said, " Yon little bird, stay there. So bet you have a mind. A mind, a mind, a mind, So befyou have a mind." Said he, " Full thankful swells my heart To hear such friendly tones ; This ship 111 ne'er forsake until It got-s to Davy Jones. I. Jones, D. Jones, D. Jones, It goes to Davy Jones 1" Oood-by, good-by, my faithless friend !' Then sang he loud and long ; And folded both his little wings ' The ship...

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. — 28 August 1874

TUHMS: -SI () per year, in advance. H!llAY JIOUNMXC, ACfif.sTSS, l7t. TO T1IK Citizens .of Andrew Co. Tlic CcntrrJ 'Committee of the new political j--.rty would .respectfully invite all that are in sympathy Tcith the movement now on foot to lirinsretrenckment ami reform in tho ailniinU iralioii of oi.r Government, uotli State anil gen eral, ami lur the adrancemeut of tlic farmer.- xml other industrial interests, to Meet with lis at oiirTarioiM votir.; precincts throughout the county, at JO a. lu,, wn the 11th day of September, 1874, jt 2 o'tlof k p. m. , to elect nine 9 delegates in eoh towncliip to the County Convention, which will meet inSavannah on the 12th day of September, 1874, -to nominate caueidatcs for the various county oBicesthatareto lie filled -at the next general election. Candidates for tnintehin oflires trill .alui he nomiuated at the tonnsLip nieetiiiR, and Washington township wUl electa memher of the County Central Coiumittec for that townnkip. Jty order of the Cor...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 28 August 1874

S32S032ACY ! JIas3 Convention of tbc' Straight Democrats of Andrei County. By mi announcement hi the Mclean orgaB, with a flourish iif tnimjiots ami tin: unofficial announcement hi the Umruux, the HcMot racy assenulcd in mass meeting in-ide the rail ing in the Court-room atSatannah on Saturday last. Two o'clock arrived, and but ten of f.f-t.-en being present, it was .iiimed best to wait an bile. Three o'clock came, uml s the meet ing showed more signs ci'dccrcase than increase, Jh;-meeting was called to order hv liuvi.l i;..,i l- The following persons constituted the in. Itnir: liouibons David Jiea, .Is 1. Aitgcld. J. n. Stewart, C. V. Ilooher, J. 11. Kildow, S. E. lYsrson, I. U. Williams, J. W. Urubill, It. S. Campla-ll, lr. J. U. B. Ferguson, Dr. l 1'. liilkcrson. .1. W. Woo.l .1 i.-..n..r Thuiius Hatton, Judge :ohrcr, J. Vaughn and .. i.. mng MK.-nii.-t.-n, -all told, ten ol Whom were lawters. lV-plc'urty n.A. IVatts, C..T. HTyan.W. Grn-nKv, Daniel Vubuskirk, .1. . Waters, Andrew...

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. — 28 August 1874

TOM Tl'l'U. Tom Typ" m lrinttr'B lid. Bound in tho good cM way ; And wlien he'a rcd liis wven ycirt, Tlie devil was Iw iay. go when hi" liosn had paid him off, To put hilnpolf toptoof He hwiiiiij his bundle, took his shW, And lelt hU master's roof. He started in on odd ar.d ettdi Pertaining to Lin train ; Tor well lie knew that ranch depends Qufirtttiiupjciior,, made. Where duty called him he wm found. Still working in his place ; He stood while wttinj vp a job, Which really vraa the cw. He never even ed an inch from nAet To make hi? matter fat ; UutSjiiicnl hfe'n parayrapht, that fools Might netr scoff thereat. lm course of time his honest heart Twined round a muslin dross, And as the wearer ww agreed, Their fond ups vent toprenn. He married pretty Kmina Grey, With n.any haws and hems ; This little joke he used to say : "He'd liLe ten thousand on." Sweet Ktrea proved to honest Tom A true and faithful wife. And freely wan admitted to The wrxtum of his life. Time's roller passed acro...

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. — 28 August 1874

A STVJr OF SOUXI). Professor Whitney of Ynle College has examined a passage of 1,000 sounds from each of ten standard English writ ers, in order to ascertain the relative frequency of Founds in the language. He tinds that the found of "r" is tLo most frequent, occurring 744 times in 10,000 sounds ; " n " follows, with G7C, and "t" with.r92. The short sound of "i" is the most common vowe sound, having 590 occurrences. The least common vowel sound is that of short "o," eight times in 10,000 ; the least common consonant sound is that of "zli," two times in 10,000. In all, he found 0,271 consonant sounds, and 3,729 vowel sounds. lrlncc & Co.'ti Uraim. Pplcuditl fiiiieli ; fix Flops; prico?123. Term?. i'2" casli. 15 monthly. Money, refunded if not batiHfofttory. Kced ' Tcmplo of JIusc, 92 Van KutJii street. Atouxg woman in Kennebnnk, Jraine, replied to her sweetheart's suggestion of a runaway match by sending the young man a cautelope. Liver Complaint. By B. V. riiRCE, M. D.. of the ...

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. — 28 August 1874

Andrew tMicntu Railroad Time-Table, kiiwis City, St. Joseph and Cour.ci! Blalfs Rilroai Worth: Mail.S. Mail iepli. .:i:.!5 I'M 6:10 AM luHril i-iAM. St Jos Am.izitii.i..tt.r.5 tsjv.ll. mill ..4:10 i:ivjn'la!o..J:0 i:-ickow...4.u Ktiiunt Marvillr ..."i::0 .V tawav ......... M0"wrh.iV)A5l 0:11 ra l-:S3rM s.,,10 S -."ii) ::1A 10:20 1:M S:ttl . mi zonia ..": Js.ivaim.dt... 7 :"i.J K'Ucnihile. ."'.2. Bdckow ...7:2rt iumard 7:10 Uavvwile ..5 5 :w.Uvav firo'i 4:.i0 4 :ir 3:l.- 2:3J 12 12 12 :W 3:11 11:17 LOCAL BREVITIES. T.u:i: your wool to Kussell's. Six tulvertisenient of X.Y.Lifo Ins. Co. Fi.oui: always fresh at Savannah Mills. C!i)()i cider vinegar at IIowarilM 25 cents a gallon. Tin: Singer is the bast anil most dur able machine in the market. llusir.i.i. has ju?t received a new sup ply 01 dry goods and groceries. Taki: your wool to llussell and get a good price in cash or cheap goods. Vm;x you want good flour, go to the .Savannah Mills, "and take your grain there to tell. Tin: German...

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. — 4 September 1874

c o TJ N T ;j Andrew Republican. NO FA YOU SWAYS US AND NO FEAR SHALL AWE. EditoPvg&pPho,J SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1874. Yut" III. K " 46. SAVAJITffAH DIRECTORY. Advertisements in fAf? column, Jijty cents per line Jar ot yint including the ger'irat head. Tftc v. fiffrrrut1 in this column ere reliable and htravjfttfonrard in their rrspecttve telling. ATTORNEYS. JH. sTKWAll't.', Attorney at law and Notary . rublir. Oilier, Court-house, upstairs. Par ties desirous r( loiuiini; rnone can have it Pe tered with reale-tate mi short 'notice . it ir IV. CALIlWf.l.I,, attorne-iit-lav :iml II . Notary I'uhlic. l'axt. sieeial attention o rollcctiu:.', cam eyancins ami investipttinff tiles, lit SI 1. I : I : V AN, attorney at law, will practice JT in all the courts of" Xorthwi-st Missouri, sjn-e tal attention pien toVnsines in tlie rountv and j irolmtc courts. Ollice over the jail, op". tjsite rrobate oflice. SI GKKKNI.KK & I'EAKSOX. attorneys and ' counsellors at law. l'arti...

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. — 4 September 1874

at THE LONE WIDOWS tOLACE. Br LOUISA K. VPHAM. Yes, sho cat there alone, with the daintiest cap lurched atop of herfcoft bron hair; The deep weed of mourning, ikougU Pombre an uiaut, Cut rendered the widow more tiir. She Iboucht of her redded one'sgravelar away, 'Vath thecypress-lreeV ctcrgrton fhide, And wondered if the would not haniir be When Bne by his tide tbuuld bo laid. Then she piplied, an phe looked at his vacant cHiair By the hearthstone, waiting him still ; Aud (.he wondered if ever another guest That long-honored place would fill. And she MR'aed, when cradled tlio cozy wood-are, That pIm uo must tujoy all aloue; For "the b!eiu3 that ye bare received, freely give," Was a lavorit? theme if her own. Then ehe thoushtof her neighbor across the way. Who mourned SU deiarted snf t ; And f he sighed again, but i.ot for herself For the tfawii denolale lite ! He wac chastened, though why phe never could tell; Whoinj'rajer waho gifted aOio? And in pinging a Noul-Plirnng jiKalmor hym...

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. — 4 September 1874

oxe of xa tuuks woxdeus. I hasten to inform you of a most re markable discovery wo have mmlo here iu the shape of a burrowing-worm that we find along the numerous stretches of hard, sharp and brittle sand lying above tho ledges of gray, flinty stone that skirt this section in every direc tion from three to five feet below the surface. They average from five to six inches in length, and are about the size of a pipe-stem in their largest parts. Their color is dark gray, and tho skin very nearly as tough as tanned hide. Their undersides are several degrees lighter in shade, and a ridge of rough ribs extends along their undersides about three inches. One inch of their tails is hard, and much resembles a bone. Their heads are small and very sharp. Two small black eyes are sunk deep in their heads, and their noses are hard and bony. Undoubtedly they are tho most muscular little reptile liviug. In a narrow strip of sand deposit in this section of tho township, about a half mile north of th...

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. — 4 September 1874

ndrew o. cpublicm. TKJIMS: $1 .10 periear, in a&mnce. KIIIIIAY JIOKXINCJ, SEITKMISKIM, lt. AniectiiiS of tho.ncpuhliran Crohn! Commit tee of Andrew county is hereby called at Sa vannah, on Saturday, September 19, 1374, nt 1 o'clock i. m., to take such action as may lie deemed iirojier by said cmtimiltco. Jt is im 3ortant that all he pre-, nt. 2. X. WK1SSTCK, Chairman. I). Hoxham, Scc'y. ITlie followinj; arc "the Central Committee: "3Iouroc township, Anslcm Kcllcy.; Uochcstcr, Joseph Pears.; Kmjiiie, William Elrod; l'latte, I), r.nnlura, Jr.; Ecutnn, John Anderson; M'a-liiiurtnn. James L. Ander-un; Xod-iwny, I. X. W.b-ler; .lellcrson, ". A. l-yle: Lincoln, .lolin Liggett; Jackson, A. L. Dodge; Clay, W. 1). llatten Iilceting of tie Peoplo's Central Commitee. Mr. EmTon I wMi, through vour :iicr, to call the 1'cuiilfV lViitr.il Committee to meet in s-jamuh attlie (.oitrt-hoi.se, on Tuesday, theQtli of September, .at 10 o'clock a. m., a matters of importance -w. ill come before it. 1...

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. — 4 September 1874

SH3 CURRENCY QUESTION. IMorc Currency Required to Carry on tno .Business 01 tne country, j --- I letter from Hon. I.C. Parker to the People of the Ninth Con gressional District. liniTOiw IIekai.1) Hnrinrr vc fi'ived many letters from difi'crcnt jKtrtsof the district, asking my views ii the jrruat financial question which is now before the country for settle ment. 1 take the liberty -of snyinir that I supposed my view's were well understood by the people 1 represent, :vs tlie-e views have been clearly indi cated by my votes in Congress". Yet I deem it my duty to answer these letters, and 1 can" not seek a better medium than the columns of vour widely circulating journal. I do not tinnic lean hud abetter commence ment than to quote thcibllowins: from the great ttatcsman whose name appear--, at the close of the quotation: "There is a proportionate quantity of money requisite to carrv on the trade of a count ry, freely "and cur rently. 'Want of money in a conntvv reduces the price of th...

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. — 4 September 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLIGAR, 6AVAMNAH, MISSOUKI. JVEWJS y BRIEF. rERSOXAZ. It is reported that .lose Frerde Canto, tho editor or El Crouisla, the Spanish, organ in Jew York, was recently killed in a duel near LniHKolB, Belgium, by 1. liosado, a Cuban. Tilton'a counsel ttate tnst four libel suits are preparing in behalf of Jlr. Tilton, tho de fendants being the Kew York Tribune, WorUl and 5km, and tlio UrooUyn Eagle. Tho dam ages in each case will probably bo placed at between SG0.000 and 100,000. .V Kew York dispatch biatca that Beechcr has determined to bring libel units against both Tilton and Jlonlton. Jlr. Ueecher preached at tho Twin Moun tain Houee, la tho Y.'hito Mountain", on Sun day. Aug. 23. From a radius of twenty-five miles flocked the country peoplo and boarders at tho farmhouses, and many could not find etanding room. llov. Jlr. needier, on tho 2Uli, arrived at Littleton, N. H.. and proceeded directly to the law-oce of Harry Bingham, whero ho higned and Hworo to a paper w...

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. — 4 September 1874

THE BEECHER SCANDAL. IVTouIton Tells What He Knows Atcut the Ugly Matter. Documentary Contributions from All Parties Concerned. Francis D. Monlton, tho "mutual friend" aid go-between of Beecher and Tilton, has at last unsealed his lips and given to tlie world all that he knows about tho famous or in famous sesndal, togother with all tho corro snonJence bearing upon tho ugly matter wluch was intrusted to mm. mo statement is precisely tho samo document that was pre pared for tho Plymouth Investigation Com mittee, but which, upon second thought, ho concluded to withhold for a time It was published m tho New York papers of the 22d of Angus:. Moulton states that Tilton was first iudncei to mike charges against Beecher by Bow en, who premised Tilton to sustain charges aud to addneo additional evidence to prove them whenever required. It was on Bowou's de mand that T:lton addrcssod tho following open letter to Beecher : " lir.ooKi.TN, Doc. 20, 1S70. " Henry VTaril lurcher : Sir. : I demand...

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. — 4 September 1874

Mndrew gcpuMicHtt. Railroad Timo-Table. vit-,-as City, St Joseph and Council Bluffs Railroad. North- Mail. Mail A Express. Ereisht. Einv. Em"1-. t .Io-fh..S::BrM tijn AH 1:.J"H 2iU)i. iiuznia..3-Vi 6-V 3:00 s.:i:mili .AM ::ji.'n.uic..4:a) iw i:.drlvon-...J:l.! 6-''J It.ii-ii.-inl iM M- Hin-villr ..5:3d VIM Nd"awjy 2:iJl South: ... .. 3:14 .t..li-riili..8SVC n;mrx i:wrji 12:00 AM. 11:3.5 Am.ilonu..8:0. li 12 s.iY.i:m:th...7A$ i:oendrtle..7-:J i:i;rn.ird 1:10. Mjiyvllle ..0:35 Nodaway S:fl5 4:(i5 3:13 2:30 11:17 LOCAL BREVITIES. .Ssr. advertisement of N.Y.Life Ins. Co. 1'i.ori: always fresh at Savannah Mil's. Coon ciiler vinegar at Howard's 25 cent.- a gallon. The Singer h the best and most tlttr ah machine in the market. lt-cSSF.i.T. has just received a new sup ply of thy goods and -rroccrics. DitoiTii and grasshoppers have in jured the meadows very seriously. Take your wool to Russell and get a g.iod price in cash or cheap goods. Xr.w and complete stock of Bucll's woniens just recei...

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
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