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If GENERAL DIRE OTP RY.
I. C. Parker.
Ii. K Daws-
i Joshua Ilond.
-' II. II. Talbvtt.
J. R. Caldwell,
V.. 2f. Harrow:-.
IP d I'.arr.
J W. Melntyra,
Ja. R. Tiln.
I Tavid Ilea.
I Waili Wren,
', l-p'or. R. rcr,
T. II, Ukraan,
I J. W. Phillips
Clerk. i s. Mrbiin.
Thon3 Ilatton. Trcnrorcr
.1 1. Attceld. At orney.
...ha Painter, Martial and street CoraiuNOnncr.
TERMS OF COURT.
-.rcuit Ccurt, P.ciu'?- Term tit Monday in
Arril and s-cerTd .Monday in Octolirr.
County Court Rcrular Term, 6rst Monday in
Felrua-y.J!"S'. Au-U5t and November.
Probate Court. Roul77 Tern,-. Herd Monday
in Marh. June. Fnt-ml.er ard . December. Ad
j. urnedTtrmj.lt.- Ut and Srf Xtc-ay .n each
r.Tlb j --
B. E TIIIETABLES.
" Kaiuas lify, St. JT.!i & C.li.K. U.
I ivc Savanna"!
. c, i,l. 1015i. si
Amies st St. Jofipc -
i. jiy: Minm-
l,-n, 5nvatinfin , . ,
e-xtli Street. M. F Chn-ch, FrrriecJ every fab
Lath at 10 nun tlo moraine. nd 7 "n tvc eventne
sall-atli Fbo..l at 9 a.m. Prayer racetirc every
TV. J. M1CT-S3U.K, pj.tnr.
; frame ir.s!yirHr: d-arc'i on 4'.
'Throlst V'. bri-i onurch on 31
i."nl Wt.lntfday cto ofiach wk at b i k
Eobfbt CariKStn K.
Fe rviccs in Chihtlan ehurih even Wis day at
11 a. in,
Pe-vW-in -rU-ern i'etWif' rcb I t -n.l
Ird Sabbith in each month a' 10 . a an? r u
I. 0. 0. v.
Pwnnah Lodcr U !. 0 O. V. ...ert cvory
T 5.'; , ( vrn ns at ikur KaU :-rth i:aei earner of
.!. 1'. Titsx.jie'y.
A. F. i A. jl.
.-L.aotBb I-uW Nr. "1 A.F. i A. "J, taect at
t i ii Hall Xcrtb iile tbo i yuarc. l A j-U -Srd Stm
c of each tjnl,
- " n.TSrctrrci: M.
K JI, JIi:csFLt..Ccrrtaiy.
lUn I'riuH-.n ldp-, u.-":,aet ljt Sstariay
... u-lL i.ib a: Ma- J. C, Jl oe. a;,Ss.
.IaE. tutitEMict.E, sei.'y-
ft ri a:. .
.Ittil. ii!lf(l . :t lt !.tt w--5:.
.-"iu'iiii Mi-(;mui Ej-j1 Jj'-kou Tji.,
. . '! (! ( i; i'- .i SIoi!a.
.-..Irt- W.U. AHctioflUfc-iultiliTa!!")!
'i . - .!'. da lat xrviAi.
V. iMintimsC. Sttr.th Ki- toSt.
j,i it:-1. -j.riid tin: u'iulvr.
,!ul'' IJoaljam of Eui;irtr caK-tl n
! . ' -;tt !trIrt .
laf ! Lilian i- ru-ii-atitiat iU fiitUvis
t -i!i.i.'- ut'ar lnv.
Our old friend 31 T!imii-iu of I'latto
'IV.. c-allnil on Hi Moudnr. Thn:iks
.1. J. Davi. Ua- silJ hi- property on tin;
' .-.-i nid of thi? stjurca to .lutlyu Iiclley.
,rA will rcinovi' to Moiiic-, in the
oar-jCof a ffw wiH'k. Sir. Jlavis, lias a
li'-t of iVicntl- in tltit- conimuuity who
v. ill lirar with orrow of his intended re
Nichola.- Fird V.f., one of the most
mterprisiiijr citizen of Hochosier, called
on ii- lat lontlay he rcjort money scant
:nul liini--dull in hi town, in eonveifa
li'in with him he stated. Tlmt the utrin
.'nry of the time.;, v.a- efjual to 18.57,
t'icej.t. that weat that time had a de
pleted, currency, a friend at our elLow
-ugjre-ted that he would make a jrood
We understand that Jl. I. Couch, and
Orland ()trander have pureha-ed the
ca-1 -ide of the Stjuare iut-Imliii the
I'nion House from Tho-. Austin, ihe
purchasers inform u thai they intend
to -oon make a first rla-s IIo- tel of the
v Id I'nion House.
The Buchanan County Circuit Court
-in session at St.. Joseph, from t!ie IJcr
i'1'J, w- learn there are over lfcO ca-eson
the docket, mostly of a criminal nature.
Thirteen individual-are in jail awaiting
trial for alleged felonies.
A , A. Price wunts to purchase
all the pood Wheat iu the Countv.
tor tlie highest cash price.
I will slaughter ami ilrees h,, ami
cattle on reasonable teriu, and deliver
on Tticdav'h and l-'ridav.-of e achweek
W. I!. HoVard "
Sui)di:n Death. From Dr. John Jl.
Huffman of Whitcsville . we learn of the
death of Duff Bradford Esq. one of the
best citizens of that place ho went to
bcil in usual health on Sunday ni'ht; at
about a quarter paM one he "awoke the
family by his breathing. The famijv sent
for Dr. Huffman, who dressed as. soqu as
pos-iblcantl went down, but when he ar
rived Jlr. Bradford was, dead. The cause
oHu- death was ditcasc of the heart.
The AM'i-- 1nm kan i: Co. of Cin
ciun.tti Ohio. v. a the lir-t to ia her
I.os-e in Ihe great Chicuiro Hire aut ha.
dit one Million and two hundred thou
sand dollars left. L. C. S.tii.i i- tie
a"f"iii for the "Andes"' at havunnah. JIo.
and issue, policies promptly on irood
ri-ks at full rates. The Charter Oak Life
Insurance Company and the Chouteau
Tire and Jlariit" are also Uepre-ented by
him. Persons in want of Keliable Insu
rance I'ithu" Life or Eire, .should call on
W. A. 1'rice will now pay an ad
vance price for" IJye in ready cash.
I'kusoxai.. liichard Drane Laud Com
niissioner and Col. Jl. Oliver. .Atty. for
the 11. Jt St..Io. II. 1. were in town on
Saturday looking after Ihe interest of
their eomnanv in lauds in A nd row Co.
Large Slock of I.adie- Curs, in all -lyle-s
iust received at TVXl'l.'S.
Among the prosperous institution of
oureity is ihehouscof Bttis kt Dobb-. Its
managers are men of superior business
tact and-agacit and to their energy and
entcrpri-e. is due in a wry large degree
(he hitmen-' trade ami patr.;:ag: which
lhe at present command. Their stock
embrace- a very large a ortment of cook
imr and heat inr stove-. One who cannot
select a stove for almost any us from their
Elileudid -Jockians-t be very ctliilitilt in
deed to please.
If yuit have any Dry or Green
Hides, take them 1 W. A. Price
ami get the hiirhe-st cash price.
We arc informed that a cooper shop
occupied a- a dwelling, situated in the
south eastern part of town, was struck by
lightuhig yesterday inrnt!!r. consider
able damage was done in the way of de-
luolishig stovi-ware stove-pipe Szr. No
one was seriously injured : a woman v. a-
stunned l:tt ha- aim -t recovered.
Three gallons of no. i Coal Oil
at W. A. Prices for a dollar hill.
JlARREll Nov.Jnd 171 near Uoscudale
Jlo.. by the ivev. .Iim. Cii-niiin Jli-s
pamiie (Sillni tn to Mr. Linuea- Wright
all of Andrew Co. JIo.
On Wednesday l.i-t. at St. Louis. Jlis-.
Mora Clarke, daughter of Col. China
Clarke, and old pioti -er citiyen of thi
place. wa- married to Jlr. AV. 1J. llaleigh 1
ofSt.Josi.ph. The ceremony wa- per
formed at the residence of the brides un
cle. Col. W. P. Howard, formerly a re-i-dent
of this citv.
W. A. Priti- gives Vi po nnds
Supar for one dollar.
CIDKK FOB SALE.
Custom cider mad- Wednesdays and
Saturdays of each week, at the home pow
er mill, W. T. Howard, proprietor.
The East side Butcher --hop will pay the
hi;rhe-t c:tsh pricv fttr Ilid-s aiid JVlts.
THE i.Ji!EKVy rTy I2iJ-
Wc"are in receipt ofi!:- jlr-1 nt;ii:berof
l!i .1,1 Ir, ! lull!. ' i !!:;,,, publish
ft!:.. lTib ! y J. ! rrni:.ii Ksq. The
.'. ha :tf jiittlll " .::e" over t.. I he emo-
cra'.i'- j Sv i". t hi- fr-'e country
it had a p.-rf t ; ',. i.t : doj - t c hail the
U ; "'('. a :; i . iiiary iu the
-aii-e ! j-4 1; hii-g ii. and trust
that it m.iy prove :. f.dthfu! (ii-.-f tuiiiator
f go.:l a't'i v. boh -i" lr::t!i-. Ifgood
!-!)-ciii: ii'-r tiijil:-b ant thing, we feel
stiii- it v. ill have a pro-pcrotis career bolh
iitijtn-i.i!: : u I politic . :Kv . Hull C-JHiitg
s. tt ;,!!.'
IV. A. Pi he will give you 4 lbs.
pn.d Tia for a 5 dollar bill.
We resjieetfuHy invite our friends in tlie
country, to send us all the news from their
re-jieclive localitie. and shall be pk-as-ed to
publish the bame proviJ.-.! ii-.iiiioL of a
.scurrilous iritttre lie contained therein. a .
v,e are detcrniinc-1 thst this ijer shall
not be the laediuiii for gnitifVui'.' jtenional
spite or revenge. Our eomiiig into your
midst Ls not fur the purpose of eugaidcring
htrifc but in our humble w.ij to work for the
best interest of State and County.
W. B. Howard will pa tin: highest
ca-h price for Hide, and l'e!t.
HIS TOE Y 0? THE WA3 117 SU
BOPS. The Xational Pobli-liing ('onijiaic. of St.
Louis, has jssued a very valuable historv
of the late war between (Sermauy and
France, from the pen of one of our most
popular writer-, Mr. James J). JIc
In a large volttmue of MjO octavo, pages
the author lellsa wonderful story till
the stranger because of its truth. He
tells of bat ties which have shaken Europe
to its centre, and the consequences of
which, even we of the western world
must feel.of patriot isiu, heroism, military
-kill and statesmanship, never surpassed
in history. The author writes with the
weight and force of truth, and tbe great
merits of his book are its reliability and
In this age of -cusatioiinl literature, we
cannot loo highly com mend tbit brilliant
and thoughtful narrative to our readers.
The book i band-omely bound, and illus
trated with 150 maps, portraits, battle
scenes, and view-of the principal locali
ties connected with the war. N'oexpen-e
ha- been spared by the pubi-Jier.- to make
it worlhyof the support of the public,
and we predict for it an immense sale, es
pecially as its low price brings it within
the the reach of all. It is for sale by sub
scription only, and Jlr. James II." Huff
man, who is the authorised agent for this
county is now canvassing for it.
We li.ivcauexecllcnt communication from
"J. I). Jl," which was received too late for
this isfiuc. hut it will apt-car in our nest.
itv Tin; piu-siiiknt or the u"iteii
Tlie progre-s of the e.i-'..:is lias apaiu en
abled the husbandman to garner the fruit
of sttece fill toil, and industry has been
generally well rewarded. We are at peace
with al! nations, and tranquility, with few
exceptions, prevail- at home. Within the
jiast year we hae been in the main free
from the ills which chewhere affected our
kind. If some of its have had calamities
there should ie occasion for .sympithy with
the sufferers and re-itmation on their part
to the will of the Jiost High; and rejoicing
b the many who have been more iarorcJ.
1 therefore recommend that on Tuesday, the
"Oth day of November next, the people do
meet at their it-spetive places of worship,
there to make the iistml acknowledgments
to Almishty (J oil for the blessings, tie has
conferred upon them, ami their merciful
exception from evil, and to invoke His pro
tection and kindness for their les fortunate
bretheni whniii, in Hi wi-dotn, lie deemed
best to eliastie'
In faith whercunto 1 have -'et my hand and
cati-ed the re.'l to be afiixed. Pone at
Washington tin- 2Sth day of October, in
the year of our Lord one thousand oicht
hundred and seventy one. and of the In
deiieudeuce of the Tinted Suites the SI'ith'
By the I're-ident:
Hamilton I'isii Secretary of State.
Ilest Luck wheat Hour at W. A.
COUNT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Court nu't on Jlouday morning. I're.
ent .Ittdges Bond. Talbot and JIcLane
Clerk Danford and Sheriff Conover. The
clerk has kindly assisted us in irocttring
the following synop-i- of the first days
Im.-ine-s : A. II. Keno presented petition
for free Fi-rrj aero-:- the Nodaway Uiver.
postponed for iuvc-tigalioii. Petition of
Jl. Crockett ct. al. for change of road, filed
audjrefcrred to road Coin'sner. Order
ed!! hat .1. N. Kobert-brin-r W. II. Pvburn
from the Lunatic Ayltmi
vlttllt ill expetl-e of
target' hies report as
iituit i . ,Io. Miellenliarger hies repot
lload ( er-eer, and was reappointed for
rustling year. A. B. Jack-on allowed
to borrow rjmO.TS -chool fund.
Nane Lovell allowed temporary lid. at
the rate of STi per month for herself and
three children, to In-"expended b Judire
Bond. Ordered that Swam, land claim
ed b Lewi-JlcCSinnis. be adverti-ed and
-old and that commiioner make
li ' U
m In n sold. J ami'
"ni!'hft. al.' Iile
petition for lli'W road, referred to toad
The following warrant
were issued :
JI. Shatter. SI2 3I)
FronrU Tvlo. 21.(10
Peter Hunter. 18.."0
F. JL Castle, 20.00
ft. S. Castle.
X. . Khodc-.
ileo. A. Hill,
C. Couch. 4.I5K
Court then adjourned until Tue-iby
Ju-t arrivtnl at Tvm:i:s, VELVET1XK '
CLOAKlXfSS, chca.p j
Ot:e of the methods of punmshmnt in a
. i- i- I X V L .
cert reiupe lor boys, in Aew i ork Mate.
t....t...l.? .,,. v.) ..C K.t .....t., .,,..,,
III. 1.1 .11 ,.i if..,. ..moil
black-board. Vi'hen a bw's iialue is written
he is not allowed to play witu the others
Until it is runbcil out by eracing one letter
foretell d.iv ofiro-i-l bclSavior.
John in t!iis has greatly the
Ths Late iict:cns
The re-tilt of the late i-lectioUh in l'enn- !
sylvitnia. Ohio and Iwn. follow tng -o !
siii;rtl after the -pbudid i. -t . i-i in
Maine ami California, should -ati.-fy oterj '
osietbiit thcDcin'.cratic p:iri.:i-a Satioti- i
al organization, ha- cca-ed !i be formula-!
hie it ha-gained its !:t-i vidorv in the I
clctioii of Bitcbauuu in and lik tin
l-'edi ml partv which oppo-ed the u ar of
1MJ. and the 'Whig patt tthicb oppo-cl
tSte Mexican war, it ttiu-t cea-i' to evi-t.
All liowerftl!. ri-it once was. its onno-i-
All powerttil. a- 11 once wa-. us npim-i
tioulothe it t r ilttriii!' the rein lion,
v.n- etiotigbt'i defeat and crush ;i much
stroiigerorg.tniation. 'lognina national
vicl'irj it 11111-1 di oe ii-clf into other
elements, cbamre it- priiicijiles, and come
on! in entire new clothes. Connect if ut
ha- laid out Etifli-h. l'ennsyh::nia ba
flaukeil Hatnoi'k. Ohio ha- -wam;.ei
Pendleton and T;iiu:iiau ha- ili-glt-ted,
all the rest. In tbi- einergeiicv it i
ruuiored that Hendricks antl ol b'r leader
of th" pari ,bave been iuliin:r tbiir
head-togethiv ttiion the proposition of a
new departure, not a- the democrat i.
party, but a- Ihe Con-titutional I'nion
party, or something of that sort with
.1 llllge JJavi- ol Hie l mteil Mate-Sllprcllll
( ourt. a- tliejr-ttinitaril bearer. I ii
1 ork llrrttlil -avs "their be-t alternatit
i- a ironeral ili-liaiidoiiiueiit of tbe parti I
and an iudepeieuileut -crub race iu IsTJ. H
Thus all I he more prominent Pi e-idi-nl iul I
a-piranls of the day. of all panic-, and ' it.
factious, Xorth. Smith, Ea-t and W 1-1.1.5
tuny be accommodated, anil among llfeiu ,
all "they may play tie vcr mt-cbicf .vitli I T
the calculations of the reiublicai- :gnl 1 i
earn tlie eleclion llito.tlie Ilotl-e jjfajep-
re-entalives. As our "two grtjMFfrtie-
now stund, iR. m. reire-euted by
(ieneral (irani'- adniiui-1 ration aud (be
other by that of Taiiitnauy Hall, the
pro-peel is that the Deinocracy will be
scattered lo the four winds of Heaven
iu the coming I're-ideutial contest.
C-tO to II. A. Price and get
boxes of Matches for 'Jo cts.
Try IF". A. Prices pure Bi Carh
Soda, 7 His for fiO cts.
W. A. Price is now pay rig an
advance rice for Wheat, rash
up and no grumbling.
For a good Shave. Hair-cut or Sbani
poon, go to JI. .Strait. East side square.
W. B. Howard has a large a ortmcut
of House Plants for sale cheap, at his
W. A . Price Sells the beat Cotton
Yarn for Sl,7n per Bale.
Go and get 7 lbs of Star Candles
at w. a. prices for a dollar bill.
Qndor Mortgac;'! With Tcwer of Sale
Stit of Mi-rouri,
T"tThrias.lotcrh C. llenderton and Lacj-A. lion-'
VV Jer.-ou bi3 nite un the nh day of Jun lk71
convejod to Smith Mr ttinnis. by their certrin dted
of McrlRiso "itli Power of S.ile, ricorded in the
Recorders office for Andrew County .V i'or,ri, in
Ilook V at rape 11. of the Rccordiof Andrew Coun
ty, the followmc described i?il tititu situated in
Andrew County Msoaii. to lit:
Tlio Wet part of the snnth, V, ' uarter of section
tnentv-one iil)Ton;bil'Puty (t'ui ot Ilanv ihirty-
!X (Mi Uontainiaz one hundn-d nd thirty-tire
Itri) acrep, .vhicn sid convcytnet- wa made tor tke
iiirposoofsccurini; tho pit ipent .of a carUii prom-i-urr
note, iobte to siniih .Mel.innirP tor Vne
Thousand )nlH (fl.ll" duo three montos ntinr
talc figncd Joscrh C, Henderson, and Hated Jane
fit tli ii) 1571, and learinc interest at ten (it1) rcr
CAND WHEREAS it is rrroiided in said"Mor
tff&rc 1'rcd nith cr of pale" that if the said sum
of money and tho interest thereon be well aud truly
mid-vbeD the same becomes duo and payable nc
cordinK to th" tenor ard oflect thereof tbat the rain
Convc-ecce sball oo void ; but if tne same shail
cot bo well and truly pi.'l that tha sail Smith Mt
(Jinnii'scr his let-al representative or at the rcipi'st
ofjthe l.gal Holder of said note the nctinK Shtriffof
Andrew County micbt proceed to sell the proprety
herein described, at the Court llou.ii(,.i j thecity
of Savannth County o! Andrew and iu thoStatcot
Missouri, first civnc at least ti.ty days public
noti 'o of the trin. tinu and plaje of s ilo and tlie
proi crt to be said, in fcuiio newspaper printed in
tho tu'itv'tf ndrpw and State aforesaid.
AN1 VlltKKAS, the whole of said notaaml the
interest thir on (except the "jii of Pile Hundred
nun seventy fivo Dollars f-tSi raid Juno litli "1
reruairs due and unpaid.
oW TIlKHl'.i'ORK at the rcnnost of tbo lal
holder of said note I Robert Conover sheriff of
AndreCounty Missouri shall on
sA'I U11JAV Ibc 7th day ol Jannmy 1872
at tho South door of tha Court House in the ti'yof
Savannah County of Andrew an t State of .Vissoun
between the hour- of ten 'clock a. u. acd four
o'clock p. M. of said day sell at pul.lie auction and
outc-y to tbo Inchest and best bidper lor cash in
band, tho tollnwinic de.-cribed Real t's a'.o. for ihe
1'jrp.iss set fcrtb in tho afurcsaid conveyance, as
to'lnws to wit:
Tbo West part of the Sonih-"St Quarter of sec
tion twenty one (21) in Township ixty (") of
R-nsa tbirty-si.t (3,"): Containiuc one hundred and
thirty five acres or s muh thereof as may bo
neicehsary to pay tho aforesaid ojle.andcost aud in-
tCr"!: KOBERT CONONER
Sher'.ff of A.ndrcw County
GUAItDIftn and CURATOES SALE
OF EEAL ESTATE.
Solico is hcrrl y Riven that 1 y virtue of an order
of the Probate Court of thoCouutyof Andrew and
atato of Missjuri made at tho March Term thereof
an.t renewed at tlie i September l'crm thereof A. 11,
pTl, 1 Morgan Hurst puardi.in'.and curator ol tne
.n.l i-it. at lir.irffn C. Klti. Kit M. KUl-i
) nun -vioricau i, mis iitu? a. ..."
, .1. Ellis dic:.-cd. Mill on the 1-t!
A, 1), ls?l at the Court house do
I javaunaU. ia raid County of An
nud.Murnau 11, Ellis hens at law nd children of
il. Mill on trie i-muayoi uecemer
door in tlie in; ol
hours of niuc o'tlock in the forenoon and six o'clock
c.,.nnnoi , .fi.il nun vo Antlrcw oeiweeii lli
in the af.craoon anil .luring ine session oi ine rro
bate Court ot -iid County ot Andre", sell r.t public
nuctiou all thcri.'ht title and intcrct ot" 'aid (ieorde
C. r.llis. Kit M. Ellis and Morgan 11. Ellis man.l to
the toliovTiui: described real n"i..te muatcd ia tho
County of Andrew andStnteof Jiissiuii : to "it:
The undividd three eimib- p.irtof the est half
of tbo-outl. Wof -iiarter ot Section No twenty
ci.-ht i'"wnslnpNo Sity-ouc (fill I'.a-Ke No.
thirty fiur(:it) Al'o the undivided three i-ichts
partuf ten acres of land bounao- a- tolloivs:
cummeniinE twenty rods East of boutb est comer
,,r il... S,,utS Lai ouarter of hecti-ii No. .twen'y
1 flxbt I'M i f 1 ownsnip No, .'"-l. Kaniio No. thirty
i . ...n,...' th.nM S.lllth lTlV T iL : til enC.
i N' jrtli tinty rod-; t.. tbe south line of sai l section
r .. ... ..1t- !..!., - Hi.rrn Ue nn MHltl till., lortV
r,r, n, thoplacouf bcinuinK, to the b'.Khcitana
MORCAN HI RST,
(.uardinn .V Cut'tor,
State of Missouri Andrew Oounty.ES
Estate ot (iilbcri Hunt
M i- hi Hurst (iuirdian
In Probate Court.
N'otiro is Surety liven that tho undcrsiznid
tiutrdun and lural ir of fie i er- m- and e-,tatis
ot ibr minor lie rs . t llilt.'rt llutt .lecc.icd. hi
ba. Liad' a at and true exhibit ot tbo accunt be
elVteu lem-Vlf Tel bis sanl :e.I-.alid li.e 1 tlie
am iiitb the Probate Court ct snot e..uut ol An
rfr ,..! ih.it Ok th-firt.la of the nrit bectmber
I torm. 1-a. thereof, bo intends to apply to id
I Court for leave t.. niako a tin it ?ltl. inrnt of bt-
curator ami 'ii-ir.iininp ii;counis anu ur 1.0 ui--
cha-tM such guardian and curator.
Nuvcxberiith A-P. I'.l. .MORi.AN I! I llsT.
Z l liuidiaa and t-urulor.
Notice i. herel y nventbat lMrsnf Adicmi'tra
tionui. n tbeeit itoof oe-irs" Eilioll Deceased bve
bren uraniedtn luo by Andrew i oun'y irob'o
court Li auaz dte tl.o'lh Jaj cf (.-tl-.r A. !)
Ail pet" .ns bavinrriiios aalt.-t taid istate ate
, rtn'' -1 tl' K i) M.rll.
be precluded It -in ae) U
.nrbeiaiiu int mibu
rcimrt .1 1. x nut ti.ru. ton c iur anunjun ii. io
.1 sai'l to. i ur luei
icnililof said c!ate aid if
,nti two veis- troui las dale
..r.,1,1 i....Hr. tl... .li.ill t.o t ireter barrel.
wit I I A M ANPI'I S(l"'
A,tali5i.,ra..,r of i!.0s-' Elliott Ke-ea-ed' No
vcmber ihe '.th. a. 1. t :t. :!
A II lite irooti mii 1 iinir ro,,-i ue.-
are wanted by W. A.Price", for
whlilt lie l'!l s the lilulli'M cash
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Item rine neatly and prnniptl executed. Store
Rep 1 rine neatly and prnmptb executed.
rtii sido of theS'iuare. Savannah, M
Tho Partnership herctoforo existing between tho
undcrsimcd in business tindcrtho name and stylo
of V. M. WkavkuA Co at Whitesvillo, Mo., is
thi day dissolved by mutual condnt. All out
standing detbs due said tirui are to bu paid to .1. C.
IIi.iikn i A. E. Kk.au. and all iudebtednes of said
firm is to be paid by them.-
W. M. WE A VER,
J, 0. OCIiEN,
A. I,. ICEUR.
Whttesvillo. Andrew Co.,
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Ths Qld Story of High TVices
We can now proclaim to the c't.xtnj of Savannah
and every body ilse, tjat
"Hard Times Come no More."
2Tew Goo.dsj and Xew Prices reign
Having ju ifceivcd and opened a new and well
selecltil muck of
Fill ilD WIHIE8 GOODS,
I. A OIKS CLOTHS.
ri:i.AlXi:S iu all colors.,
. LADII. .MISSES. & CIIILDBEXS
SHOES - (i.MTEI.'S. BUCK.
C; LOVES LADIEs- FI BS.
and potions of Endless variety
Ilavr aIo reeived'from Ilucll Woolenmills and
from tl-e Celebrated Warsaw Mills, a fine 'assort
All of which 1,17c been boncM for cash, and will b
soM torca-b at the very battom prices.
We aIo e Wbeel'r .t Wi'on.and (Jrovcr i
Unkf r sewinc; Machine Needles tor sale.
Call and ee me before ju-- nuke yourfa'I and
wintcrpun-ha.es, I know 1 caniln y.-u .rood.
West en 1 of the S'Uarc. tiavon-ali Mu,
Buis & Dobbi
GLASS, PUTTY c.
Als: a ful. Lin 3 cf
A ml every theng generally kept in
a first class Hardware Stare.
Kerni-inhcr ihe place, old stand
fo Stotts & J)obbs, Savannah, Mo.
STEGMAN & TYRRELL,
Doalers in and Manujacturors of
COFFINS of all sles and kinds
kept constantly on hand, llooms
on Fast side of tlie Square,
ABSTRACTS OF TIT
To Lands aud Town Lots in -lndiew Count-, furnished on sh(j
tire and on reasonaDie terms in
Proprietor of the ,-lbstracts of Andrew County.
A Farm of acre-. thrLi: miles West of
Savannah. All under fence and in cidtiv;r
tion, except !l acres of timber. Irchard of
a variety of fruit. Log hou-c with.! room-,
a good spring and stock water on tlie farm,
l'rice Sl'CI, liberal terms given.
A good Farm of 2-U acres improved. IHI
....r- .il" lii,il...r II. in. HI I,v- -I" font -tM-
idiu";. ifood spring and will, school iiuu-e!
1-1 mile, distent I! tildes fro hi S.ivatiu--h.
Priee SW cr'.ivre on I.bera! terms.
A good firm of '.','! acres. 100 acre- iu
culthation b illancc tmder fence, good tim
ber. .ItHI .-ijip'.c tree-, frarte hou-e ulTi rooms.
fra barn. -t.ib'e.-. plctitv of stock watir.
" good wells. (' tiiiie- f'rota S.;anu:ih. I'rite
s!s jer acre
A farm of l.V a ore-. .l'i acres in cultiva
tion. Orchard. Log house, running water,
good well. ! miles from St. Joseph, one
,iiuit I'rimO-elxMil hou-e. S!0 per acre.
A fltriu of ICit acre-. I'si acre- in cultiva
tion, balance timber under fence. - stery
log house, smoke hou-e. good well. -HI be:tr
ing ap ilu tret-. Titl young trees, good stock
water, "i mile.--liun Satanujh. Price i'.'M.
I 1(1 Acres, a very de-iraWe Stock fanit,
an abundance of Stock water. -Ml acres in
cultivation. 1 'ceilings and out buildings. 50
Apple tree-:. 10 miles' from St. Jo-epk
Price S'--u0 per acre.
ICO acres two riil- West of Savannak 1 10
acres under fence. HI acres of timber. MOO
Apple trees, aL.- a number of jiear, elierry
aud liecch trfces. IhM'lliugof six roiiius. good
well, good 'stable and other buildings 10
A good Stock titrni of 8s0 ocros. 4 miles
north-west of Savannah, well improved, good
house of six rooms; situated so as to be euu
venicntly divided : Price i-er acre.
;"0 feet front in Block -It) in Stivantmh.
A magnificent stock farm qf ;"07t acres.
:i 10 acres improved Orehaid of 50 apple
trees, two dwellings on the land, n good
weli and several springs, 4 miles of hedge
stable 'JlxGO feet. Price ."JJ5. per acre and
A fine farm of "JIO acres. -J miles north
of Savannah, l.r0 under good cultivation
: good orchard of 300 apple trees, a good
dwelling of 4 rooms, good stable, - good
wells, some good hedge fence. Pice40.
40 acres of flue timber. Prico $H5. per
A large dwelling of 10 roomo, in the
Suburbs of Savannah, with 5 to 25 acre
of land attached terms liberal.
Real Estate Agl
A good 10 acre lot in fho sul
JIavauuah. well imnroved a trl
hoti-e of .- rooms, a good stable :
7." apple trees, a good spring, oiJ
ry ville rood. Price 5-.5."iO-).
A good dwelling -ii!ilClot3 ta
nab. Price i?12W.
A good farm of 220 acre?. 1C0
.... i. i .-o ,,r il
l 111 1 1 V .1 1 l..l( ,11.1 Mill" 'J
mile of hedge: )wellii'gof twl
gooil well, roil stock water.
Orchard of led apple trees. t'Ol
1 timber. Price -.el per .vn..
A verv ileirable farm of 8i
miles North-west of Savannah,!
hou-e and small orchard, go
water and siiritiL'. 40 acres iu ctl
and 40 aere.i in pasture. Prill
A irood larm of 1-3 acres. j ml
the D.enot, 100 acres improved, tl
tinnier. aweiiing ntise.s, a
and good spring. Price ."jsJO perl
A desirable farm of SO acred
cast ot Mivaiuiafi. oO acres il
liouse ot rooms, iroott well, .al
orchard. Price $33 per acre.
A Louse and lot on Jlarketl
room?. -Price -1:1100.
A house with 4 rooms, well, si
smoke house, 1 lot. well set vJ
with fruit trees. Price SI. 1001
A verv de-irahle Brick resiil
4 rooms. 3 acres of land attache!
well, stable and orchard. Pricl
A good dwelling of 3 roonn
rood stable, and some Irutt tru
A very desirable farm adjoil
more, 200 acres titiiler lence, 2(1
timber three miles oft: ISb al
cliotce perches, pears anil a
small fruit, an abundance of sti
dwelling 3i!x30 feet, live rooi
j'35 per acre.
A verv excellent farm. 150
proved, dwelling of 3 rectus. jJ
and barn, 50 apple trees, fencni
miles North-Kast of Savamil
S"25 per acre.
A lirst class farm in Xodawd
3 miles north of (jtiilford, eoul
acres, 150 acres in a good state I
tion, some good hedge. 2o0 al
trood fnutte house 6 rootiltt. a
2 good wells, irood stock wateij
of timber. Prieu $23.50 per" ac
A most excellent :farm of 3
miles from St. Josnpli. in a. got
cultivation 40 acres of timbcl
of 5 rooms, an ice house and
nimle trees, to near trees. 50 -
some grapes ami other small fd
well, good stocK water i
spriugs, C acres of llopscl
liear. Price per tccv.