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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Andrew County Republican. — 30 October 1874

POLITICAL. THE TRIANGULAR FIGHT IN ANDREW. The "People," the "Citizens," and . the Republicans. Tho Citizens at Amazonia. On -atarday allernnou of but week, :tn Midi-em-- of twenty or tliiity a-si-mbled in a saw-mill , typo-ite tin slorc of J. Jlond .V l!r. .-pcakintr w a-opened by Mr. Mno;.A ror.n, Who r.-imineticrd by -t ating Hi it he was a ratidi- 1 date t.ir ih- ":!' ot Itepresent i:ivr, j ,I.tt--. I in nomination by the Citizen-' Convention at v.ntinh o Iht -Id ol ek-tobtr. A giave charges have been made agiin-t mc; a1 it i-rliaig "d tli it ! 1 .im an it a a-v.-'!! ecking.di.--a!i-ib-d uinlain- hiiioa-t Mirc-head, At-., I ihin it proper 1 1 ex iti tin hew I becnm- a caii'liil.ue. In August I wnt t .leiicw'ti City, ltri.ire going. 1 wa ii-kedhy nirii who werelhen iJentitied with the i'tph-'"-luovi rneiil 1:1 til county, hut who are t in Ik Citizens' movement, to pi rrnit my ii.en- top belore tint convention tor Ihi- nllier i 1 -aid lii'-n 1 did ii"t want it. Not that I win not ...

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. — 30 October 1874

THE TWO AKCllOltS. BT HICHAKK U. (.TOrmiHIl. It was a gallant Ktilor sxin Hid jiifct come home from pea, Aud as 1 .afKCil hiiu in the town We miir "Ahoy! " to rue. I ptinol, and paw I luew the man Hul iuowu luin from" a biy ; And bo I ainwerod, f ailor-hke, " Avat ! " lo hih ' Ahoy ! " I mad a pony for hiiu oup day His ihin wb then in Msht "Tlic little auchur on the Toft, The ureal oup on the right." I pa vp his band a hparly cr1!'. "Po you arcliaci. again? Thoy .y yuu h ive 1 p-n 1 iritiiig Uroti th Rt'ftaish main ; Or Vs it somo rich Indialpan You rulilvi ot all lur lwarlit Of course ytm hae been hrcaliiuc hcarta Of jHicr IvanaUa Kills!' " Witrevcr 1 uae Ih-cb," hpnaid, "IliprtayKhiii in figlil ' Thi little anchor ou thp left. Tile Krpit out on the right!' M I board '.st iiiRht that you were in; I waited the wham to-daj, Cut aw tin nlii! tint Iookei IiLp yours. Where dOPB the nood t-hip lay ? 1 want to go on ltoard of hrr." And no you .hal" hirfl he; " Itut there jn rrauj thin? to...

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. — 30 October 1874

The Chicago Exposition. The best piuo- untl organs at tho Exporf ., were ehown by Keeil A: Sous, of the- I'em nle of Miidr, m a beautiful Gothic building JjjeycrcctcilcxpresplyfKrthPvnnMrtO. Era. A ivatcii, the motive power of -winch is compressed air, lias lately beeu mado by a Swiss watchmaker. nlerilinS from l.iin;;, Catnrill, llroll ctii', Coii&nuiiitiun A WunUciTul Cult. Kocnr.sTER. N. 1". Jan. 13, 1871. K. V. riEBCK, 11. V., lluflalo, X. Y.: Dear Sir .- 1 lad buffered from Catarrh in m a'ravated form for about twelve joais anil lor atAiral yeais from Uiouehial trouble. TiicJ tniny doctors and tliiuys with no last ing btnent. Iu Jlay, "2, becomiug nearly wuni out ttith excessive Eaitonal labors on a, paper m New York city, I was attacked with liro'jcliiiia iu a eevtro lorm, suffering almost a toiat loos of voice. 1 returned homo liore, but had been homo only two weeks wbou 1 was completely proetratcd with llemorrliago from llio l.uugs, having four sevtrc blndin upMs uiOiinl...

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. — 30 October 1874

in mm COVTIN'CEI) FROM FIFTH l'AGK after a SUtc ticket was put oat, which they were Ma.Sedwith This i not a political jiarty. It 1. a movement which calls on every man t 1 vote as his cjoaci.'iice dictates, ole your principles or vour nreferenc-s. ju-t as yon pleae. l'e.;ple in the Iuion mtvemrnt drclareu witn great uir tcrness that theirs wasafichtaraitislthulVople i t f rnss inn tilt ira w . uj-iii. -atMs""- v... - .,v..mit: tLat thev would lu-ht the lanuers' , SSASS&t. ' vannah, one irora ltoebester, anrt . f "f'.T 1 ,.vy ihslt men without rczard to loontion. , d to looation". , r-trt round down This is as mum as to fcsy mat in me west and north part of the count competent, farmer iv , they can no lonrer bear - it. JjP'w 1 rise some tune and assert their runt--, ana now i, their opportunity if they to tut, neii.re , line ruin will r.tare them la the law, tiegsrar viuV their allotted portion, and the fanners will bewail the time when they brought desola- t.on, povertv and ruin...

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. — 6 November 1874

c o TT N f p The Bepublican XO FAVOR SM-.D'fi ITS AX1) XO FEA.ll SHALL AWE. O. E. PA.TTI,, Editor nnd Publisher. S SAVANNAH, MO., FEED AY, NOVEMBER G, 1S74. VOL TV. N- 8. Andrew llllflll SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. jLirtrtUtPiwti in tkis column, .fifty cents per line for our yf.ii, tin InJtihi the qencml krad. TIiosc Vl aJrerlnc in thu column ere reliable end ntrctihtfarirard in their rttpa Urr ealltiwx. ATTOIiNliYS. - XI -rilWtUT, Mtoroey at latrsnd Notary , Public i)ice,Couit-hnus up "t its. I'ar ties ili'Mrou-. Hi lti.iuiii? lmiieyi-.m lute if -e-rured with real c-T.itc on -hm I notice. -I T w CALOWKLL, attorney-at-law ami W Nol.try Public. Pats special attention i. r illivtms. Vontcyaiiciii;? and iiiTrstipatins Hie. - G T HliY N. uttorncv at law. will prat tire T". in all tin' ciurK nf Northwest Mi-sotm. SiiitiiiI attention citi-n tobti.-iue!.- in the county and probate courts, oflice iiriTtne jail, op-m-itc Probate oflicc. -7 (""TilKKNI.KK .t l'KAKSON. nttoniets ami X councillor- 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. — 6 November 1874

ANDREW CQUHTY REPUBLICAN SAVANNAH, MISSOUEL MEWS IX BRIEF. PRZSOXAL, Comrnaailer George !. Mcrriu. who com manded the frigate CursberHi.il duriiiR tlie eoute-t with the rebel rain Mr-rrimac in Hamp ton roitd'. lias Wen placid on tbo retired list in cont-eqiieuce of pliyfical disability. Carl Fonnop, the emiuent bass Finger, died in Genuany. recently, accd 55 oars. He was compelled by ill-be&Kli to withdraw from the fctape "evoral years apo. Kecent deathr-: Lx-Gov. Harrii Flana gin. of ArkanBa : Commodore William In ra&n, of tho navy : Commander AusV i IYn dcrtrrae t. of tbe navy. Difbop Welles, of Wit-cousin, was coiihc crated at New York, litt week, by the t-enior Epii-copal Kichop of tbe L'nited States, in the presence of a large concourse of prelates, priests, and laymen. i"lie ceremony was performed in accordance with tbe rite- of the church. Dr. Seymour n as an interested spectator. I'ere Ilyarinlho is having some trouble. He has been turned out of the Catho lic Church,...

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. — 6 November 1874

THE Y0UXO FOLKS. j At (lie Window. , In and out, in and out, Through the clouds heaped about, Wanders the bright moon. What fche Feeks, I do not know; "VTlitTe it is, I caunot show. I am but a little child, And the night la etrange and wild. In and out, in and out, Wanders the bright moon ; In and oat, in and out, she will Hud it boon. litre -he cornea ! as clear as day, Now the clouds are going away. 5L' I smiling, I can see, Ai.d ehe's looking straight at me. Pretty mocu, so bright and round, Won't you tell me what you found ? St. Xhhtia: Thornton's Chestnuts. Just at night-fall a rough-looking man -was walking past " Chestnut Woods," when he fancied that he saw some one gliding stealthily through the under hrush as though seeking to avoid ob servation, lie stopped and looked more closely ; but now there was not so much as the rustle of a leaf to betray the pres ence of another. Ho turned into a nar row foot-path, and at that moment a boy sprang up from behind a clump of bushes. "...

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. — 6 November 1874

I TEUMS: SI .lO per year, in adcanrc. FJISD.VY MOUSIM., XOVKMBKK , ltCI. THE RESULT IN ANDREW. The smoke cleared away on Thursday, and showed the People" county ticket elected by :v hands-onus plurality, with the exeeptiou of John .McDaniel for Jlpprcsentatfve, wlio w:is overtopped ly Nicholas FimU.y jut six votes. Mr. l ord may feel flattered by his election, lint llm voli! he received in his own townhip can and will be pointed to with "renter pride on.his part than tne iaix. that he has beaten so good a man as tn...;,,i v.iioj Mr. Ford, we iUUMmwi "J J1 l-iiou- will doliis dutr conscientiously. For County Judge, John Rankin had an easy race, beating Jlycrs by a plu Talitvol 107 votes. SiUsE. Seelev ontran rhincas Kd- M-ards. beatinir him V-'" votes. Mr. Seelev has made a vigorous and effective canvass, and the strong indorsement In own township gives him is a tine feather n his cap. Elijah Hnvyton, who seemed to have "been made the target of the opposition, tn,! irlm took it all a...

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. — 6 November 1874

Tho Republican Party. Here. :ire sonic ji:s:ii'!s from tliP I:lti jpliliv-s nl'thr N'atioiial KfpiililiiMiiOiiiii Viittci'. which we ciminieml In the at-ti-iitioii ol tlm-i; who in:iy he tli-poseil to ehiim t!i:it the country is worc jov crni'il now than timlcr Democratic con trol: Two facts are sufllcirntlr elorinentof .t- n itiiiii.il "mwtli. first: The. f, ni't- cent, bunds issues in I eiiruarv. affiK .sold for VI cents ofi the dollar. Uie na tion then owed lit?- $011,00(1,01)0. The -..imfi bonds sold in dune, 1S74, rs high as 1.-4 cents on the dollar, in currency, or a lraetiou over 110 in piM, slthouh tin) nation then cweil $:,0l0,000,ll(.0. Second: The value of annual exports of tlnine-lic commodities increased from ... ...... . jS.iio.OHH.lKKl in Ifstiil in iirj,nui,iH U in .aimmc, j-.hhmi gom. x nu .iiineri 17.!, heing an increase during the pe- j can nation is in a most favorable coiuli vi.nl of 'S-'iG.OOO.tti'U. tion to-dav, and without anv act of There are those bold rnou...

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. — 6 November 1874

J&1LKIXO TIME. At the foot cf the hill the inHt-liouse elands. Where the Bilm of CJCeaa spreads its hand, Ai-d Ibe willow trails; at each. icud&nt tip The lazy lasa of a coMen whip. And in icc-rolJ Fpriap with a tinkling found Mikee a bright T?eu edg for the dark preen prom.d. Cool as a cave ts the air withm. Brave are the flit-lvo with the burnished tin Of the enmng hhort, and the was of va.te That tarn to po'd iu a Hiifile nipht, A if the die? of a winter noon Should take the tint cf a new doubloon ! Kumcd to a roal m the amber day, oon b s plendiJ fire has faded away. And, lodged on the edee of a world prafit-Rrown, Llie a great live embrr clew the torn ; "When it falls leliiud the crunsm bars Look OHt f tr the frparkd of the early stars. TTitli the t Isnp of her IWI a motherly brcwu No trce of her lineage handed do n I leading the lonp deliberate line Of the Devore red and the Durhans fine. ' 0-boBs 1" " Co-lost- ! and the caravan With a dewaer Faring comes down the lane...

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. — 6 November 1874

Tiie Great Favorite ! The popular Chill Cure of theajre:! Composed 01 pure and simi-to drug a, Wilboffti Tome hai Uni hell tho higUek place in the long lino i t reaidliw-i for Chills an 1 Fever. It is not only Auti-Ptjfiodic bu;iH Ant: Vauu for it curtail- the lioavy expense of doctors vi-aits, it ..era friendly calls are all itemized in tho account current. A penny hhvlhI id a penny gained, and avxnp it in tliH way adda to health and comfort. Try iiiioiia ionic auacrrwimv, and tou will never rcpret 1:. Wheelock, Finlat A Co., Proprietor, .Nov Oricuie. For t-alo all dnxggftH. Wtto Wilt. It Bn? Thn noslnnnp- ment of the Gift Concert of ti e K'iitU"Ky inl.lin Libra r v. to Ntivtrnhpr ISTt r.ih resolved upon to mike a full drawing a rer- uitiif Thorn will Thin, ivnlv !. tin fnrllif.r po!por.en;t.'iit : the crcat prizfi will be the Tnc XoirrnwESTERK Eokse-Naii Co.'s 41 Fuuehed" NaiI h tho be-t in tho world. How tn IjKikYouns-Sixteen. Don't pa nt or use vile Uair Restorers, but simply ap...

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. — 6 November 1874

Eailroad, Time-Table. Kansas City, St Joseb, aad. Cowal Blu& Rateid. KortlM Fre!?M ,t .J,,s,.,,h..:t:i-K CMxst. ivanuih ..4 1J - !:,n,!iiji;..4t !;.ilckiiw...4:4i l-.r-inl 1.T.S S"JJ Maryvillc . .."- luciO Nodaway - n.ii So nth: M. .!.-!!. -S.3P AM maz'uii--s IC s..iv.iim:ri.. .7:51 . Ui--iiitale. -T -3-V.(.I;-riiy ...7:21 lUnunl. 7.IO MaryvilU- ....Ss Ndiiiwav 0:10 !!$ !i.3U 5:Ui 4JM 4 t'-i S.45 St 12:33 rsi 12 12 12: no am. 11 JK 12 .IK) UJ7 LOCAL BREVITIES. Sint.ek S. 3L office in Glaziers store. Tun "agony" of the election is now over. I'oi: first-class job work of all kinds call at the Reitbuca- office. Skuvichs, morning and evening, at the Episcopal Church, next Sundry. Just, received by John J. Miller, a bran new stock ot goods, which, will be soid low for cash. Winter wheat is looking- splendidly. The fields are covered witka rich carpet of green. Pcnn apple cider vinegar fire gal Ion for $1.15 at W. B. Howard's, south side. 15KO.J0vr.KTO2." will preach at the sa loon so...

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. — 13 November 1874

r Republ lean. A'o r.-i roi .s-ii'yir.s- r.r ,ia" xo fear shall awe. O. X. PAUL, ' Editor and Publisher, s SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1S74. trot.. IV. 16 ANDREW COUNTY I Republican Job PrintinG S TT I i! I i M .1 - THE ONLY JOB PRESS IX THE CITY. OFFICE : North Side Public Square. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. A dttrtiseacnts in this eoluiin, Jifty cents per line Jor one yc.u , including the general he ad Those vho advertise 1.1 this column are reliable and straightforward in their respective callings. ATTORNEY. Til KTEWaI'T, Attorney at law and Notary , I'ublic. Office, Court-house, up stair. I'ar I tits desiruna of louunK money can have it ce cured with real estate, on hnrt notice. 'it f W CALDWELL, altorney-at-law and IT Notary I'ublic 1'ays special attention I o collecting, convevancinfr anil invejligaling I itlm. -J4 (t BIJYAN, attorney a: law, will practice I in mi me conrw hi Northwest Missouri .Ml Siceial attention Riven tobtii;incs in the. county uu prouiuc couris wiucc over...

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. — 13 November 1874

ANDREW COUNTY REPUBLICAN 8A.YAXXAH, MISSOURI. SEWS IS BRIEF. PERSONAL Hon. Joseph Mediil has purchased a con trolling interest in the Chicago Tribune and will hereafter act ax chief editor of tbe paper. The Tribune ha netted tH7.000 er annum for the last nine yearn. Mr. Medill's purchase was made on the basis of jl,000,000 for the whole concern. Keceut deaths : In Ecuador, Oct. 11. Hon. E. Hnaisey Wing, cf Kentucky, United States Minister; at South Bend, Ind.. Oct. 29, Tather A. Lemomer, President of Notre Dame Uuiversit) near HuntaTille, Ala., Oct. 27, Rev. James F. Barclay, missionary from the Christian Church to Jerusalem. President Grant has sent a congratulatory note to the Emperor of Russia in response to a letter announcing tho marriage of the Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrowitch and lluchess of llectleaburg-Schwerin. The Hon. Charles Francis Adams, of Qnincy, dechuod a nomination to the Massa chusetts Legislature. It is said that the Queen Dowager of Ba varia intends to enter ...

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. — 13 November 1874

THE YOVXG I'uLKS. .'IiilHe' Troilliln. I am little Mollie, il::bt years old to-day, ;eer Lave done uolan Only jufrt to play; rauuia t-ayi that idleness Worstcst kind oViu; G jt to learn to wrk, I a'poec. Might as well begin. So I hemmed a towel heal we'l, mamma said Had a dref ul t.me, though, Lc-in' out my thread ; For oniefiu ailed the needle. Don't know zac'ly what, Till niaiLiua took and tied it In a little knot. I n't like henimin' towel, Taint a bit of fan ; In.s dre'ful thankful When the thing wai done. Cause then I aewed for dolly, Made a little dreap, And made It jutt as nice, too, As jou could, I guees. Made it wiz two ruflles, Overskirt a.id basque ! Now. what more, I wonder, Could a dolly ask? Twas much more Interestin Tiau hemmiu' towel, too, I wunder how the good tuingB Are eo hard to do ? Th& 2 pared aonie applee, Helpin' Kate, the cook, " Then I read my leason In the old f jiellin' look. Now, pelliu booka are awf Ml Ev'rybody knows; Jcs; made to try our patience ...

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. — 13 November 1874

Jindrcu' Fa. zicmiblkiin. --:.vr.'- f KIDAY MOKSING, NOVSMr.EK 13. 1-74. rOsVlJEHI? OBGA2SATIOI. Tiiis rropnsition hiving been adopted toe Cj::r.ty Court. Tm Kirs; Ji-trict .,-;,r.; .rr nti.inc of lioi-lip-ttT .Iji,..u nt, .r.v.atl.ips OI iLinne.it r, Mtiiiroi- and Jefferson; fecund. Empire. i'lattv and iSentou; Tiiird. Xodaway : Fourth, Lincoln. Jack- )ti the second Tuedav :.ud "Wasliinjrtou : Fi ;is and Giav. 0 of next April, township officers will asve to be elected under this law. with a t ousty Court .lusticc in each ot th; above t!i?tricts. and one (President) by the county at large. The township ofli- cTS consist. We believe, of One J rilStee, ,, , , 0. . jne t.oiiecvor. one jissesor. one LlerK, and a road overseer for each road dis- .trm Mi-it iifrl rv Vi r o-rt -t nTfiur) Tifl -t i.. . tkV, (kit VI 1II1U IV V 7 JVjltC" l Itlfcal tlw late election, to look lorwwd to. mere will ue a Iivel" electiou next Evrintr. or we lose our 'ue.-s. It will i li i -i i .i i t'roiiauir ue se...

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. — 13 November 1874

Tho Lesson 'o bo Iiearr.o'i. . .v - -: u :il n i I I t .., J : . .i..-r." i '.h I.-.-.s,u i! tin- r -, -v.l tcti mF It i-! trur that th ptirty !,.; i,t.ta .-u.-vthod in Iowa, Kansas mid .n" br.i.--k:i uy its old majuriiic-.-. find in ; 1 .-i-nth'.r" hutes ti'i a ili.'Sicc which - I. ...Ill 1.,. , t Ltn.nM!. V . . . i . i ., ,:.,..i..i t. I ur.cn'ccT u n. ii'u iph.i iiii'jmi nu- . ui-o pmt.'it - or unworthy hud.-rship. It ! i- trtitf th.it in MasMai-liiiieus, New York, I Ohio, Induaa. Iliiiu'is and V.'Ni.-on'un j Wiati-miK-f question lias piayon a j. jwvritll mrt -o.-tin;r the Ii'-"ii!lit-.in. t'iri-ftly '" mcVire.jitv, the Mirjuvt ol about in.,u;)il vnh'.-s. and thi- Io?. u!" sn.iay nu-rulvrs ot' Congress. Jt is trtii' ih.it "imluftiul dUnrdcr ha- I'.ir.mbutod nowerhillv t" the result; the iurnaiv- inert sa miners in Alleghany emtnt, who hid Inns iven out oi employment: the t.t'.-tcry li.mds ot Massaoint-elN and New York, wlio h:id felt the ."-tre.-s ol thispi't year; and the farmer...

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. — 13 November 1874

TOO OLD FOU KISSES. i:t t. II. STOMIAtllt. Hy rcc:e PhAp, La e old man. Hie children by the ilozn ; Tora. and Jack, aud Hate and Ann now cany call me "cousin?" Good bora and nirIs "e Jeflt 117:13 Hesa ' 1 bore her on luy whonlder, A little bed of lovelae-s That sever tdionld crow older ! Her eyes had nirh n pleading vrav They teemed to t-ay "Han't strike nic t Then, crowing liold, another day, I nieau to niaLe you lite me." I liked cousin, early, late. Who Iited x-ot little minie ; She Uhd to meet ire at the pato. Jest old enough for lathee ! Thif was, I think, three, years ago Del ore I went to c allege ; I learned no thins there Low to row, A healthy t-irt of Lnr-wledge. When I na. plucked (we won the, race), And aU wan at an end there, I thoiurhi of Uucle rnilip's place. And every country friend there, jly cousin met ine at the pate ; She loisd hre, ten yearb cilder A tall yonnsr woman, Blill, sedate, tVith rnanuem coyer, colder. She cve her hand with sta'ely rnd;. " vvhy, what a...

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. — 13 November 1874

The Chicago Exposition. Tho beat pianos and organs at the Exposi tion wero hUown by Heed .t Shiih. of thoToiu oleof Mnaic, in a beautiful Gotliio building tliev erected oxprcaaly for the imrp-jao. Eicli. Trie extravagances o young men of the present day seem as nothing beside old-time wastefulness. During the reign of Louis XIV. the laces necessary for a gentleman's costumo cost 13,000. Tivr It. A Tonic anil Alterative Medicine, the invigorating and regu lating properties of which actually lengthen life, and add to the capacity for its enjoyment, is within tho rcacli of every member of tho community. No invalid who lias had recourse to Dr. Walker's Viseoar Bitters will hesitate to concede to it these invalu able qualities. It is a stomachic and a corrective of unrivaled efiicacy, yet being free from alcohol, it is not an ex citant. Its anti-bilious operation is more direct, speedy, and certain than that of auy of tho dangerous mineral salivants, and as an aprrient, it gently removes...

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. — 13 November 1874

Andrew (&o. cttbUciuu PLBASUK AEDHEW C0UITT7 05T!CIAL,1374. Township Elections. Reception at JudgoKelley's. Following is the official vote of An-'ju,tip,,ofthrIVllcc. On Saturday evening last the friends , drew cotintv on Tucsdav, with the , Hiram Miller....- , . , ' ' Jacob liunberuin...... 02 .moire nenrv a. rveiiev anil accom-, minorities. 1 lie asicrioK 1 ociore w. p. oberiv.... vo rn. m u Railroad Time-Table. Kansas City, St Joseph and Council Elafs Railroad. North i a pleasant social gathering at their resi- j cates a plurality Mail A I : a .i.: 1 :?.-...- In . i.i 11.. . . Express. Frei&hf. Kxpreas. KvpreM. I l'"-,"u" iu,1.t ,:uJlv u men iiu-piuuiii 111 1 uie ngure.s ueiow me iuoimg jiiui- in U-. ..... (W 2 6 , M. Joseph. .3:33 rx C:10 AM Savannah ..4:10 7 :51 r.oseucUle .4:11 :S0 Ulekow...l:t2 8:50 ISurnard 4:5.1 9:15 Mkrville -.5:30 10:i0 Noaawav .15 rx 2:33 am. 3:00 ;.ds South:. Jt Joseph. .8:30 AM 5.101' roaiunii..8.0r 5:20 savannah ..7:52 5:05 Uo-cndRle. .7:33 4....

Publication Title: Andrew County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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