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JsA VAXNAl AVKDXESI ) A V. Nov, M
I. C. Parker.
H. K Davis.
County Jail sot.
( Joihua Hont.
J K. IT. Talliott,
J. It, Caldwell.
11. M. Danford.
K. N. Bnrronrs.
J. Vf. Molntyre,
Jns. K. TiUon.
J S. McLain.
I Pnvid Ilea,
1 Wmh Wri-n,
i tll.lon Usurer,
I T. H, lti-eVman,
J P. Attteld.
John Painter. Marshal and street Commissioner.
TERMS OP COURT.
Circuit Crurt. Regular Terms second Monday In
Ai.ril and Octoli-r.
Cf.onty Court Uerular Term, first Mori-lay in
February. May. Anzust and November.
Probata Court, Kerular Torms. third Monday
in March, June. Fcilcmbcr and December. Ad
journed Terms, The 1st and rd Mondays in each
It. R TIME tables.
Kansas City, St. Jcseph A C. lT. K. H.
;OIK 5 SlU'TII.
J.c.ivb Savannah " 13 A M
Airves at St. Jofci-t. 101. a. M
Leave St.Jori 'M-
1 eave Favnnnsh r- "
S:Nlh str-et, M. r. Church, Ferrice eviry Fab
1 !ti iat nirmn the rrnrninu, and 7 'n tl evenine
' -.l.l.nth Silioi.l at'.' a in. Prayer mcctirc every
WVdnr t 1S" cv ninr-
W.J. MART'Nnu.K, Pastor.
.rvi-M ;i 'n''i" 'Veslivlerim Phiiro'i on ,h
, ,. j!ii, th at t' v. imlTp, m Frbbnlli
li ol at '' m !-t bri'k clinreb on t. P'oy'r
tn-vOng Wida-sdny ie t,fach tck at b l k
lil'HVXT Cl.llHSHl K.
-'crvicts in Christian (linrih every L rds day at
t a. in.
j,.Mj.. in outbrrn MctWi'' CVurh l- -ril
..r.l SrabbAth in each month a J"1' Pa. "tor."
i. o o. r.
avanrnh I..lc- ' 0 r. T. in'r 'very
" .i. .'sy -vrn!ns at their Ka'.l 2,'orth Kst earner of
r. C. SxiTil T
J. P. Ti'sos Scc'y.
a. r. i i. m.
-aanr.jh Lc'so Sr. Tl A, 1', A A. M. meet at
t ii liall Surth sncthi-muirc, 1st rnd-trd .-r.itur-o.
of tch lu'jnt,
... lt.,Cu JJ.iZ, 31.
i; M, Mri-KLLL.Tccie:.-!,?.
. Jn 1'r.iuklia LodKj. N". .- . meet l-t.Siturilaj-ot
mch iiiv.mli at 1 a v C, It K. iJ.ii-
Jas, IIi.i.tkkm iroE, ae:'y
' of it nood rdiuve. I!:i:r-n:l r .-Ikiiii-
l mil. '( i M. Strilll. K;i.-I 'nl-
Ai:ox I. Kali:- of Si:ildiii";- ('mii
lin rrittl ("il!i'jro. lv:ui-:i- ( 'ity. i-.,I1imI m n
one l:it v'i'k. Mr. S':tli wa tiinu--i.'
:t rt-iiiciit i)! this i-iiiiily :mil hu
ii '-I of lriciiil- hi-rc. who art alwsy- .l:ul
III M'l' ll!ll.
Di:. N. I!. I!i:ivn ol' Kit-rmiali- w:i- i:;
txv.it one l:ty hi-t wi'fk. nlhijraii! Ur.
-.in- iilu ;iy- jrlrtil U if ntsr lrici;i lV'iiu
Imli;.' T:i!hul :ml !iVjir-riil:ilii'
( r .-l,ci uric ill tiu.'j "-lcri!it v.
i'M-i. IIkmsv Oiji.i: f Koi'i::l:il'
i ..IV 1 nji u l:t.-t Mtmilay.
Ctl'T. .1. I!. M.unKS :ni(J (":iiit. ('. A.
A'I!TT.ki:i:, were :ilimttcl 1 I lie !:
:it the ic-ciit lenii of the Cir-tiit Court ;tl
I IliS ,1.I' C.
W. A. Pi ice .waiit.s to jnix-linsc
all tlx- )otl Wlicat in tlic County,
for the limlu'.-t ah u i i'.
Mii:i:n rC.Novi:it. retiinii il lioitt .I.-i-li-r-i.n
City on Ia-I, l'riil:iy evening. Me
inform- u fhiit tin- iiitm Smith :ili:i- !l:iir
.-ili.i- Wil-on :i!i:i- Avery, eonvi. ied al Ihe
I:M term ol'our (jirntil Onui ol' luir'la
iv ami lareeliy wa pei-lei-lly at liome in
hi- new tiarter.- havino; heen iiardoneil
tjti alimit -'is iiioiitli- :nri, the
the IV-iiitentiary. re-i;;iii.el him at onee.
anil jmt hint at hi- old traile rwriiir
If Mr-. Dotca- M. Manela. will rail at
the Savannah Ir,!-OlhVC) I)L. will 1,-arn
ofsomethingto her advantage.
A few cord- of wood wanted on Sub
scription at this office.
Oi l! Sfiioiu,-.-Piof. C.v.Mi-isia.1, and
his elUcicnt corps of a-.-ilaiits are doing
a jiood wrk. fr jHlvancement of
A Mien Xki:i,k' K-ta iiyfiiMKNT.
Mr. M. ,S. Moitnis, forn.erly.oflllinoi-. i
litlingupa m:rniifaelory?und will -,,
be prepared lo manufacture or repair
any and all kind of agricultural h,,,,!,,.
mcnls. Farmer.- when you are in
of any thing in his line give him a call.
W. A. Price is now pnvinir an
n.lvanc 1(,jr,. for Wheat, -ash
i"l and no frrnnibling;.
LrxATie.v,. learn that a man named
J-i.Ikt wa- brought to town and conline.l
''jad o,, Monday of .hi-week. Ilei.-an
;i"fII,:Il,":l"-:""1 'ided al 1,'oehcs,..,-
Tlic Folio, for Oct obi r, eonie- to
greatly enlarged and improved. It now
give- three pieecs of musk', eoinplotc,
(whieh eots one dollar and twenty-live
cents in sheet form) a superb portrait of
Theodore Thomas, and thirty columns of
original reading-matter, all for ten cents.
Tho publiher.- claim that the Folio, has
increased its circulation more than ten
thousand copies i-ince lat .tannery. This
is a remarkable event in journali-m and
dcuion.-trate'! the fact that the people are
not slow to sce the advantages of buying
their music in this form. The Folio is
edited by I)i:xti:u Smith, the well
known song-writer, and publi-hcd at one
dollar a year by White. Smith fc Perry,
ltoston. Specimen copie- are --cut free
to an address.
(iitKi:si!i:i:uv l.vi.i:, from O.-kaloo-sa
Iowa, who is charged with dealing in
horse tler-h, belonging to one Nathan Co.
lee, of Nodaway county, came down from
Maryville on Friday la-fin company with
Tom Torrance Deputy Sheriff of that
county, and is now stopping at the .-tone
boardin;; hou-e kc;il by John Painter.
The new residence of Mr. W. W. Cald
well, on Main street is proiriv-siii:: rapid
ly and when completed will be au orna
ment to that pari of the city.
The Axm bsi'KANCK ('. of Cin
cinnati Ohio, wa- Iht: filM ! pay her
I.o e- in l he great Chicago liin and ha
ovcroni' Million and two hundred iliou-.-and
dollar- Icl'l. I.. ('. Sti:.i. i- ihe
agent for the "Aiide-" al Sava'inah. Mo.
and i uc- pnlirti-- promptly on g I
ri-k-at full rale-. The Charier )ak i.il'e
In-uraiire Company and the Chouteau
Fire and Marine are al-o Kc presented by
hiiu. l'er-on- in want of Reliable In-u-nince
either Life or Fire. -hould call on
All tl:o ixood r-lil lliiir Potatoes
an- -vant.'l by W. A. 1'iico. for
which ho p:iys the liighost rtfh
We re-jiocti'ully invite our friend- in the
country, to i-end it- all the news from tljeir
re.-peetive l'.c.i!il:e-. and -inl! be p'easisl lo
publish the :-a;:i.' pntv-d.-d u.ithiii; of a
scumlnu- uatuiX' be cuiitained lii-re;n. a
we are determined il ::i this jKijier shall
not be the medium ii-r "ratifviiis pe:.oiial
.-pste or revence. Kir e-i!u:iig into your
midst is not for the pu-p - of eir-vmlepus
strife hut in our huaibic way lo work for the
be-t iiiterc-t of State and Cnulv.
irhat Oais xi.vJ. has not a!i-a ly
been ii'.ir-has-.l by V. A. Prico
w ill now !. taken at fill! ash price
Hcnie Israr;no3 Comt!.inies.
Cash .Islets. October 1. 1S71.
Losses at Chicago will not e:c-
,-,.,.,1 $..( !(!!).()( 10 (M)
LeavinifO'as:! Assets. October VI.
iV'V'-v trill hi-, prom till;
paid, (in'! I'alicii isvunj hmwI.
.1. H. IlAsititi-:::,-, S-cntary
Act York: .-ih,- 1?. 1-71.
Homo Insurioo Conp.1.117
'J (Jic No. 1 :'-."" lirtxitl inn.
Nrw York. OcU,h,-r utli. 1S7I.
.1 It HK'i'iiliiJ of ill:. Pi "i I 'i of Di
r'drx. li-iil .v dnij. Ihe follow
itiif t'-ioJ'i(iotx ir.-ix- i'ii"iiiiiioii.sf;
lji:-r.vi:i). that any iniitainnent
of tin- L'a)ital Jitock which may be
found to exist in -onse(;ii;-nce of
recent lo-s, .-hail be made ii -o
its full ainoiml of two ant! a half
millioiis of dollars, by a call upon
the Stoek-holdeis. as soon a.- the
nece:-:uy !eg:a! ivuiinie;i;s can be
complied with: and that a Miita!!e
(,1om:uittei', of whom the ('ounsel
shall be one. lie appointed by the
Hoard to take measures, in con
nection with the officers of the
Company, to carry out this pollu
tion at the eailist practicable mo
linsoi.vn) that the action of the
.Sjiecial Comittee and the Officers
in promptly sending; Viee-piesi-dent
IFillniaith and a full cois of
competent, adjusters to Chicago,
with instructions to adjust. mil 11:13'
the losses by the late fire there
with all posible piomptitude, meets
the cordial aproval of ihe Board.
CiiAiii.Es.I. Maiitin, I'lYishlmt.
.1. 11. IFashbiirn, ftrrclar.
Phosnix Insurano Company
liraiieli. Ciiieinii.ili, Oeiohcr 11, 1S71.
To WlxIci-ii iiwI Southern Aiiritls.
Ceiitleineii,- -We are not, as yet, fullv ad-vi.-ed
f the extent of our lossc- in tin
great fire at Chicago, but afler a clo-(; and
careful examimlon of oiir returns from
thai agency, we n:g to inform our airciifs
and pit reus that tin: Plucnix i.-able to meet
every loss sii-L-iiued uinler its polieie
honoralily. leaving a haiid.-oiiic mari:iu of
our laru'e .-urplus for future i'iei-;ition- Tlic
I'lio'iiix will do its duty in thi.- eiuer
rency itliout JliichiiiL'. ,.n n- jj,S the
A1UI.1TV. To our a.L'eiils ainl a eiicroiw
public do we look, fora pi'oT appreciation
four efforts to under the "Old I'h.cnix"
eminently de.-ervi.i of a Nation'.- conli
deiice. Jy order of (lie I'lu-i.lciit.
;,1I. M. Maoim,.
1 ' Uvticrol Aijcul.
Tlio.-cin want of Suh-tantial Iiisuruiee
ale invited to 'call L lohii . Tyiir-r
A.ii.iit oFflienl.ovclrcliable coiiip.niic.- al
V few days .-nice we were pleased to ta ke
by the hand our old friend liallant ltains: he
was one of the first settlers of the county.
The first court ever held iu this county was
at his residence on the place now owned by
J. C Waterman. In our conversation with
liiiu it .-ccmcd to us as though but a short
time had passed since our boyhood days
when we attended the great bear dtt'ncc,
some twenty-years ago: where the citizens of
Andrew County attended en-inassc. Twenty-year.-have
come and gone, but we could see
but very little change in our old friend, he
is just the same jovial kind hearted whole
fouled, Gallant, as of old. lie has just re
turned from California, to Fee about some
land in Nodaway Co., we cannot tell how
Innu a visit he may make us: but one thins
we do know that he has a ho.-t of friends who
wish him God speed wherever his lot may
Co.nteut. The Concert given by Prof.
White and his pupils in Music, at the Court
Hou.-e on last Saturdayevcniiig, was not at
tended by our citizens as well as Wohoied to
ee it. This was not however, on account of
any di-respeet to the Prof, for he is well es
teemed inthis city a? a pud musician, and
a worthy youns man, and as a teacher gives
entire satisfaction, so far as we have heard.
Hut the iact is no eoliieient notice V.MS
civeii of the Concert and many of our best
citi7ciis. did not know of it at all.
Not hems prc.-ent at the entert iinmeut
vi cimnit -teak of it from ier.-on il knowl
edge but we arc told by nood judire who
were present that the concert was so far a
the Prof, and his class are concerned a de
cidedly line affair. The songs were of the
be-t -elect ions and were well sung. We have
heard especial mention undo of the manner
in which. Mis.-. Fanny II ob-011, Miss Kho
da lli.-h and Miss. Belle Kuvell. rendered
their pieces. They are i'aid to be among
the best sim-ers iu the city.
Prof. White and Mr. Swartz each did
splendidly. Altogether the concert merited
much better pttronage than it received, and
our people who failed to go, mied a rare
mu-ieal treat. We hope they will distinguish
between the tacrt oiotis. and the worthless
hereafter and when opportunity offers bes
tow a better patroiia-:c on home talent.
Y. A. Price will now pay an ad
vam-e juice for live in ready cash.
A New Pai-eu We hav: before u the
lirt issue is? the Awh-cir ''miuty lifjuih
It tea handsome -beet full of news,
.1:1 ! -!e- evidence "f di-.-Mc-l editorial abili
ty doiin Sherman ij the put!iher. We
wi-h the uewV,ver j-mriul mtcccs.-.- SI.
' :V -
A. S' bu-'t-r the p 1, mlar proprie.or of
lh" Clothing l'utporiuin tin the South
?-idc of I lie Sipiare ha- repaired and reno
vated hi- (-labli-bmenl until hi- old patron-
hardly recognize it. Mr. S. keep
the very be-t as-ortmcnt of gloves,
rcntb iiK ti- under iloihing. shawls
ownoats. cuinforls .vc which, he
:.i :iic louo-l .i ibl" ca-b price-.
Large StO' kof l.aili.j- Fur-, in al! -mV-
iu-i iviHtVcd -il TVN'KP.
V. A. Price will purchase all the
ijonil White Navy lieans. Khi:
seed, Peeswax", Lank lry Hith-s.
Wo take pleti-ure in calliic th allcii
tiuu ol'our reader- 10 il,.- fact that II. II.
I nbbiii". on 1 !n- f-onth -idi of the S'lU.irc
ha- j:il receic.l a large and -uperior
-lock of drug-, chcmii-al-, paint-', oil-,
varni-li. gla . putt v, line toilctK. soai-.
and fane) arlicl.--. noiion- ami groceries,
which he i- - -HilCi at . "; ilimi low price-,
lie;- aiivWii- to pi c.i .-e " il-loineri, and
-o keeps cver thing in th drug line I bat
i e'lUett for. Tho-e who v. an! anjlhii.g
in hi- liii" will do well In give him a ca!l.
It::v 'Jill's Lecture last nicht was a
.-pVndid clfoit We wctc not pivst ut. hul
nil who were, sjieal: of it in terim of the
!ni'!i est culliliicisdaiiou
( )n Tuesday morning ln.'l .Miss Alice St.
(Mail, an mieiTcstiin.' yuuiis lady about six
teen yetrs of aw. was aecideutly killed
Whilst drawing water at a well (die slip.ed
and fell in ln-id f'irciiiosi, striking lies head
on a rough .-tone ami rccivimr a fracture
thatc.iu-c' in tan death CIill:. "tl:c ."
Samtei. C01.1: IIeauii From. We dip
the fowllowing fiom ihe Keokuk (Iowa)
(iiitc-f 'Hi. Samuel Cole, a young man
aced tweiily-mie years, was yesterday si iiten
ced lo the Penitentiary for k'Vcii ycjr.-.
for stealing twenty five dollars five years ago,
when he was only sixteen year.- of am- The
piisoner and his lawyer.- plead hard for
luercy. n the uroiijiil of (be youf h of li.c
prison"!- when he -Nile the money , but the
evidence, .-howim: thai Cole has been a
criminal ruiin t iiir at l.inre. ami preying on
community whenever he could get a chance
concluded it best togive him a good apprcntic'
ship under Ihat excellent master meeanliic
lion. .Martin Ilei.-y, at the Stale Houie, in
Fort M.idi.-on, and o seiiteneed him to his
wardship for seven years.
Cole will lie remembered by our readers as
the individual who e.-eaped from our j.iil l.it
du-l arrived at TvNint-. VKLVLTI.N'L
That tiibjik.vihii's fellow (be Dim.,
cral- have been ,-u long expecting he
l.'eaetion, h:i- come al la-t. lie ha-
11 rial agaiu-1 Ihe Ilurboii Democracy in
N'orlh Carolina and Kentucky; I lira-hiiiL'
tbem in one -lal'e. and very nearly doing
-o in lb" olher. He ha- L'eacieiPagain-l
Tammany thieve- and will carry New
Yoik overuheliniiigly for Ihe Kepubli-can-.
lie ha- li'iurUil again-! IhcDcin
ocracy in Montana, California, Wyoming,
Maine, I'en-plvanin. Ohio, New Mexico,
andVvcry where, piling up republican ma
jorities. Ilei-now iVf'c( in SI (idi lard
ind Dunklin Coiiulic- iu Ibis Stale.
U'hat do (he Democracy t hink of IJca.--
lioll b I hi- i HI'.- iiv
Andrew County Co-operation Meeting
cf the Christian Church.
Held at SaTannnli, 5Xo. Ocl SStli.
A number of brethren having convened
at 10 o'clock a. jr., I5ro. Gary opened the
meeting djy reading and prayer. On mo
tion Joseph Carson was called to the
chair ami George Sharp was chosen Sec
retary. The object of the meeting was then
stated by 15ro. Tate, and the necessity of
a more faithful discharge of congrega
tional and individual duties urged and
plainly set forth.
On motion of I5ro. Davis, the wants
of the congregation were then taken up
Uy motion adjourned to meet at half
past 1 o'clock v. m.
Met according to adjournment: first
order of business enrollment of dele
gates; Lincoln Creek, W. 1!. Trapp and
Mat hew Messick: Liberty, Thomas J.
A-hford: Uoehester, W. P. Craig:
Whitesville, C. A.Gary: Fontainblcau
W. T. Clasby: Savannah also represent
ed by several brethren.
Some earnest, and timely -peeche- were
then made by i'.ros. Trapp, Craig, Davis
On motion the President appointed a
committee of three to arrange a pro
gramme and Ihe time and place for the
Committee reported a- follows; The
place of the next meeting lobe at "Whites
ville. and to convene al II o'clock a. m. on
Thuri-day before Ihe third Lord's Day in
December, 1S.71, with the following pro
grume; 1. What are the greatest wants of the
Church? It. N. Davi-.
2. Lord's-day meetings. "W. It. Trapp.
:!. Duties of church ollicers. .1. W.
I. Dutie- of church members. C, A.
;. Church di-eipline.
I). Church finance. .1.
7. The relation of the
V. P. Craig,
church lo the
world. Deacon Hall,
s. The Sunday School work. .1. I!
W. F. Craig, )
.1. II. F.u:l.-.
y. L. Mes-i-k. )
A iiioMou wan then made that the min
utes of the ineelimr: together with the
above programme lie furnished to the
County papers and the ( '.'iri.il inn for
On motion adjourned to meet a- above
,J-KI1I ('Alisov, Pre-idcnt.
(iEoittii: SiiAue Secn-tary.
Tin: elections this fall are lavoiable to
the Democrats. That is In -ay Ihe Dem
ocrats are being beaten so thoroughly thi.
year. that it seem- fairly po-.-ible they
may next year have a mea-urc of political
V.-i-.lrin larjiM- G.au they h,ave lately been
aci u-touied to. I h raid St. Joe.
Tin: reunion of the Ucform A o. iatiott
if Washington city, composed nt'eitum-irre-pective
of party, ombined for the
promotion of Ihe great commoti interests,
ami the obliteration of -cctiotiali-ni from
national politic-, had a public meeting
there la-t Saturday evening. Speech"
were made by .w-Confcderalc and I'nion
-oldici-lratcrual and national in -piril.
( )ne ot the -p'Miker--. an ex-Confederate
-oldier who -erved with Forrest through
the war. -a'n! he hail faith which no word
could e.pr . in the -uhlime -igni'.icance
of the. mi ion and dc-liny of the Auien
can Cnioii, and eiiologi.ed the national
tlag as 1 he emblem ofliberty and eiua!Iity
to men of all natioiialilie-.
Among Ihe richc-t rcvclaliotis again-t
Ihe Tani.iiiy ring: lliefact that two negro
uiin-tiel-were paid a hundred dollars a
month each for making joke-, al their
public performance-, again-! the l.'epub-lii-au
parlv and il- prominent leader-.
S o Jj ta ?r i
- r'. ,
Tim 1 irtnei ah ip hcrettifun! oxiytitoi ti'twcfii tin
timlrnivnol i" liusirut!" "ti'lcr tlio nmni. an l ulyle
,.f W. M. Wravkii A Co ut Wliitusvillo, Mo if
thU ilav ili'iiolv'cj by uiuLual nuiMint. Alt "ut
Flninlini: ivlht lo raij firm .ire to l n, lo J. (!.
I'i.kkn A- A. L. Khiii. ami nil iiiduliU-ilncj (if sniil
linn in tn lie raid hy tltcm.
W. M. WEA Villi.
.1. o. ounurj,
A. 1,. KKHH.
Vlitti'.-nllo, Anlr ' Co..
Si l.li'inlicr, -'.M, lTI
A foil n'o K f Cju'l "ill (ill !i kin ut ili
7SP Ul Z - -
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t-1.5 - Ti-i!
"GOOD TIMES COMING"
The Old Story of High Prices
Wo can now proclaim to tho citiicns of Ssrannah
and every body else, that
"Hard Times Come no More."
New Goods tind New Prices reign
GEO. W. CLAZSER,
Having jast reoiived and opened a now and well
soltctcd Slock of
FILL AID IIM GOODS,
LA OIKS CLOTHS.
OKLALVKS in all color.
LAOIKS. IISSKS. & CIIILDKKXS
SIIOKS fc (iAITKUS, IIUUK
GLOVKS LAOIKS FCIJS.
and Notions of Endless variety
Have n'.so rfcoivd'froni Burl!? Woolenmill and
frnia ihe Cclibratcd Warsaw Jlills, a line .assort
All f wbifb bare Wn ttourtt for casli, nd "ill !.e
tuM lor cash r.t the cr baltom t-ricc.
We alio lsi Wbcoli-r .V V.1!Mii.aad (Jrotcr .V
L'akrt'i'v::iiS.tschin Ki't-Hcj Tor file,
Celt and fee inc Wfrrrju- inke your tall and
istrr rurctia'cs. I know 1 ran il yon Kod,
V't end of tUjS-iiarc.Savoiinjt it".
A1;;d a ful. Liiw cf
.hid fveiytlicn jftHM-jilly kfjt in
:t first class Hardware Store.
Ueiiieiiibi'i- (lie place, old .stand
of Stnit & )nbl!. Savannali, .Mo.
1Mb & Boolis,
ABSTRACTS OF TIT!
To Lands and Town Lots in Andrew County, fmnit-L. d t n
tice nnd on reasonable tonus by
Proprietor of the abstracts of lndt CAv Count-.
A Farm (if -III acres, three mile West of
Savannali. AH tinder ietiee and in cultiva
tion, cxeeiit 9 acres of timber. Orcli.'ird of
a variety of fruit, Loy liuuse "with room;
a j,rood siirinjf and i-toek water 011 the farni.
Price -51,200, liberal terms given.
A jrood Farm of 2S0 acres improved. CO
acres of timber, Hoti-'c 1(1 by '.i'Z feet, sta
bling, pmd eiirinjr and well, school house
1-t mile, distent (i miles from Kavaimah.
Price i"M jwrlacre uu liberal tcnus.
A frond Hirm of H20 acres, KM) acres in
cultivation ballance under fence, ood tim
ber, apjile trees, frame Jbou.-o of 5 roout;,
frame barn, stables, plenty of stock water,
i? -rood wells, ( miles from Savauuah. Price
?2S ier acre. ,
A farm of l.r)S acres, lucres in cultiva
tion. Orchard, Log house, running water,
good well, ! miles from tit. .Joseph, one
oiiu from school house, &J0 ier acre.
A farm of UK) aetes, 05 aere- in cultiva
tion, balance timber under fence. 2 story
log houe, smoke house, good well. II) bear
ing apple trees. Till young trees, good stock
water, 7- miles from Savannah, Price 630.
Ull Acres, a very de.-irahle Stock '.arm.
an abundance of Stock water. -KI acres in
cultivation. Dwelling.- and nut buildings..")!)
Apple tree. 10 mile.; from St. Jox-ph-Print
S--f0 I-.-r acre.
liUi acre- iwn mile V"e?t nf Savanna'.- 1 It)
acre.-under ti-Jicv. 0 ,:eies of timber. liHi
Annie tree.-, al.-o a number of icur. eliern-
and peecli tree. Dnellinguf six: rooms, good
well, good i b!e and other buildings -10
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Doalora in and Manujacturcro of
('OFFIXS of all sizes and kinds
ki'it constantly on hand. oo:u
on Kast sidi- V the Siiuare,
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Hem'rini: nsatly an. I ircinptly OMx iitivl .ta-.
Mnrih ail ofd. -,, in ..innal, ,!..
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A good S'oek ftnii of iisO ocrJ
north-we t o I' Sa v.i 1 1 aa !iwell i niprd
house ofix rii::.s. stttcitetl so as I
venient'y diviiT.j,'; I'riee -IS icr il
:A feet fi-.mt illUloek 4S ill !
Prii e Jf-W.
A magnificent stock farm of l
:StO';icrG3- imjiroved Orchard oil
trees, two dwellings on the larj
well and several isprings, -l mile,!
stable 21xC0 feet. Price -25. pel
A line farm of MO acres, 4 mil
of Savannali, 150 under goodjrr.j
;i good orchard of 300 apple trcil
dwelling of 1 room, good stabll
welNjouie good hedge fence,
Xo. 27 1.
10 acre of tiuu timber.
A good 10 aere lot in the J
Mavaiinah, well improved :t
houe of i'i room-;, a good stable!
l:t apple trees, a g I spring, t
rvville rood, i'riee VijJj.
A trootl ihvelltilg and Z lot s'l
nah. Price 1-1
A large i!v..-r,:-ig l' I' rool
Suburb-of Sava'inah xh 5 til
of laud a!ta. h: -l t-rnt- I'licral.
6nptom work everv dal
Sninlay. foV'tijii' toll,
Savannali; Ivlo., .
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