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" OFFICIAL DIRECTOR
I. C. Tarkcr.
B. K Davis.
J R. H. TalWt.
J. II. Caldwell.
K. X. Barrovrs.
J. W. McTntyre,
Ja.. R. Tilson.
f Pnviil Tien.
timMi ( Tpton Rrrer,
I J. W. l'billips.
; McLain. clk
Stomas Ilatton. Treasurer.
Jchn Painter. Marshal and street Commissioner.
TERMS OF COUBT.
Circuit Court. Retalar Terras first Monday in
Arril and second Monday in Ortnhrr.
Ccunty Court Regular Term. first Mon-lsy in
February. May. August and Kovcmber.
Probata Cciit.ResuUr Terms, third Mcuday
la March, Jun. September tnu December. AO
j.,srned Terms, The let snd 5rd ilcndeyi m cac.
E. E. TDIB TABLES.
" Kansas City, St. Jost pli & C.1LK. K.
coin s sol in.
, 9 15A.M
Arrives at t. Joiepb 1015 A. J.
l.eav" St. Joseph -
3 45 . '1.
f IS p. m.
iith Street. M. E. Ctnreb. Fcrvices every Fal
tt'thetWf'in tho morning. and 7 -m tne ev.ning
fiUsth School at9 a.m. Prayer rsceUng every
W.J. MARTixnALE. Pastor.
p.rtice- f'snt Pr.sbyterian rbnrcu on -1 li t.
. .H,ih si lP'-S a.m. and 7 p. t-uhtb
","ol at 9 A. a. at brick church on ?1 sr. P;..ycr
r-.-Hces ia Christian efcor-h every Wds day at
"w.in --ntVen Vo'o h -'-n
i-'d fcrttntJi in.aehrnnnthaona. .Op
I. 0. 0. F.
crmn-h I.od:- Ko H I. OO.F. every
-uMHar at ,fcrfr U"'J yrth Ea" "rnrr '
W, C. SirnnN G
A. F. & A.
Ssvannah Lc-cgs. ho. Tl A. 1'. A. M. meet t
th. ir lla.ll Sorth niethe Fqure. lit tsd'rd Satur
ijiT tf taiii mouth,
B.Cs-sCvcs SI. ii.
E M, S!iic?u.l, 5crJan.
Win treuklin I. Uk-. S.S3.ai,t 1st :at-:rJiy
etch aioi.ib at 1 ' a u- V.'. u n. .-..i.
J.s. 1 2LitE.Nrii.vik., rec'y.
j:Ucr J. "0'. T;t oi the Christian
Ch'Jtcli, has moved to our town v,-e are
f.-!fdto welcome all such men.
,!. P. McLrJn the live and wide atrakc
rublishor of the Nodaway JlepuLUcan
was in the rity last week, May his Mtadow
nrvor grow le?s.
U'e loatn that l'.arrov. s Sz Co. hive
delivered over .Oih) in nuisery stock,
thi- fall and arc still delivering. The
advcrtibcmcnt of this firm will appear
Messrs Couch and Ostraudcr have
lra-ud the Union House to Mr. Thomas
W. Crow, who informs us he "knows
how to keep hotel"', having been cn
gjgvd in that business several years,
l-fclorc his removal to thi place.
Vi'e take pleasure m culling attention,
to the advertisement of Spaldingv Com
mercial College Kansas city, Mo. this is
one of the best institutions of the kind in
the wct, and any of our readers wishing
to acquire a good business education
would do well to call at the college or
address the Principal.
Married on the 9th inst at Covington
iii'l. Prof W. White, to Miss Mertie II
S:i..:h, by Eev. Mr. Donaldson. The
Prousscr and his fair bride have returned
to this city and intend to make Savanuah
their future home.
Marri'dat the Saunders House in St.
Joseph, by the Kev. J. C. Vandiventcr on
the 9th instant, Julius A. Sanders Esq.
to Mrs. Mary A. Ardery, all of this city.
We extend the congratulations of the
Republican office to the happy couple.
Married Nov 5th 1871 bv Kev. John 11.
Be,t,Mr. Win, Schmitt of Nebraska, to
Miss Mary M. Kcnucr, of Andrew Countv.
Mr. Schniitt and his fair bride, were
de'ermined to secure future happiness for
tbey came te the famous hard ware store
ot lbiis and Dobb, and bought their
outiit for housekeeping, this speaks well
tor our town: Persons coming from
Nebraska to purchase, stoves and queens
ware, aud why not. 15uis and Dohbs sell
cheaper goods, and of better quality than
any siore iu the North West.
Married On Wednesday November. 15th
iFTl, at the residence of Mr. George W.
Shroufo in Savannah Mo. By the Ifev.
A. C Gann. 3Ir. J. T. McKcruon of
Med.,ra McCoupin County Illinois to
Mis- Mary EStarrof this city.
The happy couple took the cars this
morning for Mcdora Ills, their future home
carrying Vith them the well wishes of hosts
of admiriDs friends
Mr Norman Bucll, the old pioneer of
oi. .jofcepn, called ou U8 last 3i0,iaVlc
and Ins lady are visiting Mr G. T. Brvan
ofthiscity,-Mr Bucll wa3 the founder
of woolen factories in St. Joseph.
Sam Warner Esq., oue of the largest
farmers of Jackson township passed
through the city this Morning in charge
of Deputy U. S. Marshall Smith, on his
way to St. Joseph, to answer before
It. S. Mussor. U. S. Commissioner, a
charge of violation of the U.S. revenue
laws, in not Stamping a deed, made some
time ago to a MrAmmons-
Lost. about the first of November,
between my residence and the mill,"a
pair of pebble glass Spectacles with steel
Hmsnlnm tin case containing a few reve
nue stamps. The finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving them at the licpuli
can office or returning the same to me at
Nov. 11th 1871.
Prof. Mulkins' second course of pen
manship closed at the Seminary lat
evening. Two prizesofthcPrors.ov.it
drawing were awarded for making the
most iinpiovcmei' and answering mot
questions. The rroffessor has acquitted
himself creditably at this place, and wher
ever he goes, we bespeak for him a cordial
By the courtesy of Elijah A. Carson,
Deputy County Clerk. Ave arc enabled to
give our readers the following County
Court, proceedings :
"WirklilVEtes removed as overseer and
V.S. Murrv appointed.
Judge iJond"" report as to Amazonia
Koad Commissioners' report on road
petitioned for by J. Milboni et. al. ap
niw ed and ordered opened.
Same as to road petitioned for by J. r .
inierly et. al.
t-aini' to petition of 1.. Hays et. al.
Same as to petition of J. J-. Newman
Orville Cabell removed as overseer
and ltobt. ti raves appointed.
The Count v Surveyor, with the County
Survevor of HeKalb.'otdered to establish
l.ound'arv between Andrew and DeKalb
l'.oad Commissioner files report on pp
titionof J.ll.McCinuewet. al. Ordered
J. 1'. Tate files report as keeper ol roun
tv poor. Approved.
' Wm. rettyjohn appointed Ivoad Over
seer. Sam. Irwin appointed overseer.
.7. C. Burns made a report as overseer.
(J. Vi. Crowley appointed overseer.
K. I'. lair appointed i.veiveor.
i'etition of 11. 1'. Davis tiled and re
ferred. ( irdcred that asf-cssment of real e-tate
of E. F. Wvlie be reduced !'.05 for year
Ordered th:.t H.Vrs Eininctt Our.ey be
i'. N.Keuuedy allnr,-cd licence to keep
Elisha Bui appointed Con-tab!e of
Platte towitsluu. J .an .i,t.w.
Martin V. Murphy allowed to borrow
Sl.vj when he gi'-es mortgage and bond.
(i. W. Jenkin-file- report a.- vAt.-peer
find i discharged.
!od Karr appoint" -.! overseer.
Koadrii.rrict No. 3,T.59, It. 35, divitie.l
o,.il ti.ntli flirnifb iectinn '). '2'3
I I 1 - A UiUl ,
! an.5 :V.' ; ei t part called 8, v.-est part 0.
Jus. t alvert rrporieaasoveiHer.
John Yi'od appointed oversee.
Ordered t tint the order opening road
ppti:iot:e; for tiy J. C. jar.ie:iek and oih
er l'o re -eluded.
J. L. Nev. nia.i et. al. file bond to indem
nify count v. Appi'ed end ordered filed.
11 ads Nos. 1 and 2 ordered opened.
Caof.l. V. OglMt. il..pPtiiiouors for
road. T. B- Park claimant fr damages.
Jurvimpanneled allowed 5553 damage'.
SsS Vuiiiitted by attorney for claimant.
The following claims were allowed :
J K t'ai hv.'i. 0100 CO
J IJ Caldwell, l-r r
T S Howard. 1' 0
And. r-oii iz Uro. H 'J
P Bum.-, -!5 00
J W Meintvre. 0 00
V A Simmon. 28 M
E A Alderman. I '
Couo-.vr .t Slile, 1" l'r
Kobert (;.mover C07 1"
J (1 Walker. 1 2."
J E Huston, 203-15
J Morau, 22 20
WSCrcenlee, 2.'i 00
IJ M Banford, 452 50
.1 I'.i.nd, 1 20
J Bond. 'M 00
U 11 Talbot. :i2 0!)
John McLain. 2S 00
The Andrew County Teachers' Insti
tute will convene in Savannah on the
2Gth day of December, 1871, and continue
iu session four days. All persons inter
ested in education are cordially invited
to attend and participate in the e.ei-ejes.
Teachers of Andrew County, come for
ward, one and all, anil let us work to
gpth'T as we should in the great caue of
popular education, thereby t-howing to
the parents of those whom we inHruet
that we are interested in I lie profession
whieh we have for the time being es-poti'-cd,
and let ns shorr them by our
works that we are worthy of being called
"teachers of youth.''
The following is the programme :
Tuesday Forenoon Election of offi
cers. Afternoon Opening address by Eev.
Mr. Cruikshanks, after which there will
be a discussion on the methods of teach
Beading Chas. McConaglc.
Orthographv Henry Flint.
Grammar I. P. Alexander.
Mental Arithmetic Joint W. Wilker
son. Written Arithmetic Chas. Kricken
barger. Geographv, Common School Hanson
Geographv, Physical.!. G. Honold.
Historylt. J. Harvy.
Penmanship Prof. G rcgory.
ltev.Mr. Cruikshanks, Kev. Mr. Mar
tindale.Mr. Murat Masterson of St. 'Jo
seph, Prof. Beilv, Prof. Campbell, J. E.
Huston C. McGonagle, C. W. Boohcr, II.
Stewart, and others.
Charle Krk-knbarger, James For'-'?'
Thos. Stewart, Mr. Siudlinger. Miss An
na Morris, MissM. E. Wood, Miss Annie
Ousley, Miss Eva Pcale, Miss Libbie Cor-
II. S. Gardner, C. McGonairle. J. G.
Honold, Hanson Ward, "W. W. Eooher,
Miss Anna Morris, Miss Eva Peale, Miss
Mary Haultner, Miss Jl. i,. wood.
Committee on Mutic.
Prof. White, H. S. Gardner, C McGon
agle, N. Gregory.
Committee o f Arrangements.
JobnM. Wilkcrson, H.S. Gardner, C.
A. Whittakcr. J. K. Tl LSON,
Maryville, Mo., Nov. G, 1871.
Mr. Editor: As per announcement,
the Hon. I. C. Parker addressed a large
audience of Republicans at Union Hall
upon the political issues of the day. His
speech was well received by all present,
except the Democrats, who, as n matter
of course, were ready to cry "Nigger in
the wood pile," or anything else to keep
up their fluctuating spirils. The grand
feature of the whole meeting, and the in
fluence of which will re-echo at the ballot-box
at the ensuing election, was the
re-uniling of the two wings of the Re
publican party of Nodaway county. The
call for the meeting was not extended
(only a week's time), yet representative
men of both wings were present, ready
and willing to come into the harness
again. D. L. Palmer, chairman of the
Liberal Committee, sounded a truce
which was hailed with delight and loud
applause. While the chairman of the
committee on resolutions was reading
them, I). L. arose to his feet and otlered
an objection to the third resolution,
which contained some proviso for future
exigencies which might arhe in certain
cae., etc., etc. He curtailed all pro isos
in a few word-by sayingthat he thought
that thing had gone far enough, adding
that there was to be ho provisos with
him, as he wanted the thing knocked in
to a cocked-hat. In other words, they
wanted to re-unite iu fact and spirit.
This is the true spirit which should actu
ate all well-wishers of the party. If il bo
trea-on to be a Republican, let them make
the nio-t of it who wish to.
With thismoement fairly inaugurated
there is no such thing as stopping it. and
1 yet expect that similar meetings will be
held throughout the Slate, your own fair
Andrew not excepted.
Now is the time for all to stop and
think before they leap. It i- much bet
ter for Republicans of both inu to work
together for results achieved by them on
the battle field and at the ballot-box.
Yours. J. I). M.
Re-Union of Uio Repiblican Party.
Mu. Emtob Sir: The subject ol" the
re-uniou. of the Keptibii-au party, should
now be agitated and continued to be agi
tated until thepaity in this State ami in
this county is once more perfectly united
and contuHd.ated, with tli ir armor btick
eled on, read and willing io meet and
overthrow the most corrupt and unprin
cipled political party that eier diigrac-d
this or any other country the old harlot
of corruption, the so-called Democratic
party. Where is the mat: that calls him--elf
a Republican, and bin the good of the
State and the whole country at heart,
that would thro; the least impediment
in the way of the speedy consolidation of
the Kepnblican party, when so much de
pends upon their suc.-i -sat (he next gen
eral election ? I mean so fur as our Stale
election is concerned, for our success in :l
national point of view is a foregone co:i-clii-ion.
All pari ii admit the -ucce of
th'-givaf lJepublican partvin IS72. With
G'n. Giant sin our staiidanl-liean r the
hordes of corruption will be driven
through tie- wild. Tin -s the s-.-oiid time
into the la-l ditch, here, like tie-ir great
captain, the traitor (!cn Lee. they will he
made to surrender their arm, give their
parole of honor, if they have anv. and
retire to the shades of private lile. So
may they expire.
1 am s'ati-licd that the re-u:iioii of the
party will be: an ea-y matter iu this comi
ty when the c.d! hall be made by both
wings of the part y, except an iiiMgiiilicunt
number that will follow in the wake of
the so-called Democratic party, picking
up the few crumbs I hat may chance to fall
from their overburdened table of corrup
tion to satisfy their craven appetite..
The-e few beautiful exceptions were nev
er Republican at heart, but were balig-ers-oii
of the Republican parly duriiiL'the
war for the Union and a again t traitor,
and which now may he said of them t lint
in-y are like the sow that ha returned to
her" wallowing in the mire. Here hi
them make their bed and wallow on, lit
subjects for such a party. May their
liado never be less in t bat party. But
theholie-t iiiases of tho-e who left the
regular Republican parly a year ago
upon a mere local quetion liich is nou
scllled are nearly all alreaih back in t In
party of their choice, thegooil old Repub
lican parly, for when it come to straight
out honest Republicanism and corrupt
Democracy, their choice is ooii setllcd m
favor of t licit- old, tried friends, the glori
ous old Republican party.
There is every incentive to the speedy
conolidation of the Republican parjty iii
this .Male and our niarcbing on to vi'clo
r. When the telegraph flashes the glo
rious news of Republican victories all
over our Tnion the people are speaking
out iu language v hieh cannot be misun
derstood bv the old rotten Democracy.
Strictly Pure White Lead at Brown and
Sargcaiils for $10 50 per hundred.
Pure Calilornia Wines for Medical
purposes at Brown and Sargant's,
W, A. l'rico wants to )iuclia. c
all tlie good Wheat in the County,
for tho highest, cash price.
I will slaughter and tire., hogs and
cattle ou reasonable terms, and deliver
on Tiiesdav's and Fridavs of e ach week.
CIDKIl FOR SALE.
Custom cider made Wednesdays and
Saturdays of each week, at the horse pow
er mill, Y. B. Howard, proprietor.
For a good Shave, Hair-cut or Sham
'pnon. fr0 to M. Strnnz Eapt side square.
TV. A. Price Trill purchase all the
good White iSTavy Beans, Flax
seed, Beeswax, Lard,. Dry Hides,
Go to W. A. Price and get
boxes of JMatches for 25 cts.
Try TP". A. Price's pure Bi Carb
Soda, 7 lbs for 50 eta.
Under Mortgage With Fower of Sale.
Stat" of Hisiouri, 1 CC
Andrew County. J kjO,
Whercaa Joseph C. Henderson and Lacy A. Hen
derson wife on tho 5th day of Jane 1W1
conveyed to Smith McUinnis. by their certain ded
of Mcrtgaso with Power of Sale, recorded in tho
Recorders oCce fur Andrew County Missouri, in
Book IT at page 11. ef the Records of Andrew Coun
ty, tho fulluw nr. described Heal estate situated, in
Ar.drfw Counly Missouri, to wit:
Tha West part of thaSnnth W3t Quarter of lection
twenty-orie i21) Township Suty of Kaneeihirty
pix (26) Containing ono hundred and thirty-five
(135) acre", which (aid conveyance win made lor the
purpr-se of securing thepiyraont of a certain prora
iory note, payable to Smith Mcdinniss for Oue
Thousand Dol'urs lfl.000) duo three months after
ale. signed Joseph C. Henderson, and dated June
filth (5) 1S71, ana bearinc interest at ten (10) per
CAKD WHEREAS it is prrovided In aid"Mor
tpace Deed with power of sale" that if tho said sura
of money anil tho interest thereon be well ud truly
paid when ihc same becorrca duo and payable ac
cording to th- tenor and cHect tbereof thai the said
Convovanca shall bo void; but if too saino shall
not ba well and truly pii'J that the seti.t Smith IVlc
(iinnif s rr his leal representative or at the reqnest
of the Deal Holder of said note the acting Shtnffof
Andrew Ouuniy uight proceed to .sell tho pruprety
heroin described, at tho Court House door in the city
of Savannah Countv ot Andrew and in the Mate ot
Missouri, first givng at least sixty days public
noti-e ofthe tertn. timo and place of s-ilo and the
nriil erty t be soM.ineOiuo newspaper printed in
tho Couuty of Andrew and State aforfatd.
AND WHERE A, the whole of said notaanil tho
interest thor on (except the sum of i'ive Hundred
ana sevenu Cvo IJolLira (t-i&) paid Juno Hth '71
......;.. .In. ai1 t-nnstfl. .
XuW THLftUFOKKnt tho reincst of the lecat
holder of said note I Jtobert Conover sheriff of
AndrewCounty Missouri snail on
'l I1IUAV the "IU day of January 1872
ntthoSouth door of tha Court House in the cityof
Savannah Connty of Andrew and outo of Missouri
bitweeu the hours of ten e'cloek A. II. and four
o clock r-'!. or svu aay sou at puono auction anu
outciy to the hinhest and best bidper Jot cash in
band, the lolloping described Real i's'a'e.lcrtha
purpore set forth iu the aforesaid cuureyxace, as
lu'los to wit: , ,
The West pirtof thoSonth-wrsl Quarter of sec
tion twenty-one 121) In Township sixty (&') of
lUnse thirty-six 131; Containing ono hundrei and
thirty live acres or so muh thereof as may .be
ne.cc..ary to pay the aforesaid noto.andcost and in-
Umti ROBERT CONOVKR
Sheriffof Andrew County
GUABDIANS & CUIUTOR'S SALE
OF EEfi.L ESTATE.
Notice is hereby eiven that l y vir'uo of aa order
of tho Prolate Curl of IheCounty of Andrew and
.Statcof Mi.'S uri made at the .March lrm thereof
nd rcnowed at the aiptember i'erm thereof A,l),
1-71, 1 Moron lluri- iruardi.in'Hnd ruraiorof the
prisons a--d erlate ol oeortcv. i.ms itn .-n. r uis
Mimn It. Hlli l.eirs a: law ami children of Wiliia n
j. I lli deceased, will on tte l"th dy of Decrm'-er
A, I), 1" I at the Court honse deor iu me i.uyoi
,saautiah, in said County of Andrew betwoeu iho
1 i-ur- i.f time o 'clock in ll:e fnreioon and six o'clock
,,i ,h.. -iinTTiiinn ami during tho session 'if iho Pro-
luie Cuiir; .t - ,id C'uu'y of Andrew, u rt publis
nuc-i!i all ilioribtlitl- and interest of ki;iI IJeorjte
C. rim. I'M Al. Kllis and Morgan II. Kins mand to
the t"l!uwuiK uert-riora real cx-aie situnicu in me
..f .lr.-w find Sir.tj. nf ais? 'liri : lo Witt
'Thonndividc'lthrtoeiKnth pirtcf tko V,'ct half
of tho.outh k-t nuarler ol section no iwcniy
eight t-- TiifhiXo Sixl-ne (ril, Ila pe Ko,
ti.:'ty f..ur i-.l J Ali'p tha uu4ivi lid limo euliihs
, .n ,.ft.,n !'f(t of 1an.t h'tunded i. ! PoW: com
ineneirctwenty roi.s l.t ot thSo nh Wct corner
e the south liait -luorter of sacti-ju No, twon'y
ciahi of i.wnsiiioMo. siity-on i"l II luge No.
t'i.ri f"'ir ,"1, ruiiLicC Inencs !( I h furij rudo;
ihrnco I':st to'tv i. ts ttence Xorthforty ni : to
il. S.io'b li:ie f sai 1 i-ction fo. tnenty eibt:
,l.,i.a V. itT mid lthr lurtv rods to too tilace
ol l.-.nioiiig, tu U.e h.ghsit -u3 bct bidder lor
Uuardiin A Currtor,
State cf Missouri Andrew County, ra.
Estate of Oilltri Hr:t 1 .
l-en ed. i la ?n.Lita Cjust.
Mcr. r-i Ilur.t. Guirdim I
and Canttr. J
i t t . i . , . i. .. i : I
;uirdir. au-t Corati r of tbe p!i nsand estates
i n ami I.it. ..l.il.if ..I fliM ki.ri.itnt It.,.
Lurctt luiu-ilf o.l bi tvtia Mrds.anI ti.a-l tnc
a ith !!.o rrui n:o ( nun o; s .i . iv.ui.' oi .a
dirw and ti.pt ri thert dsy ofthe next Lirccmi'i-r
. . ,lT1 tlt.M.,r 1.- inti'Ml. li. .il i.It In
Court for leave to iuake a linsl sjttieiuiDt of his
caiator and cinrdi-t.sl.iii nci.nunts aul.ur Lis uis
cl.A.e a- .u. h KLardl-r. ana vnrat..r.
CVCtai-: . . f .........
Z: I tlaitcisn and Curator.
Vntirn i, ltftri iriron thit Intent Ailu.inis(ra
I tioa up n the cUlccf Uc-nri" Clllult Det asedliave
1 been (ranted to me iiy Amirew i etiniy prooa-e
i court bearing date theV3tu day OI OctoLir A. V
! All icr-utis baiiicclian against faid estate ajo
ra.ttti-r.' ti. i-iVi it tlieni to me for alluWancst within
tie ji-.irlr in thedale ol said letter" or they may
bi- pree'U'l 'I ll iu any t cr.rai tl sil.'l .'..ue ai.u :i
swa i-Utiii he not iihin two yeirs from ihn date
t said lclterj tuey bshII he forevf r barrrd,
Admlslitratnr of (J-orir- Elliot: IK-coised So
embT lb" Hth, A.I). 171. nwi
Ail tlx' flood shipping Potatoes
an- wanti d bv W . A. Price, for
which he pas the highest cash
Itl:i rtnp nr.it'y nnj prmnry execute J. Store
Nor;h si'lo of tLeSqtiaro, Savannah, Mo.
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GOOD TIMES COWING"
The Old Story of High Prices
TVo can now proclaim to tho oltiiens cf BTanaari
ind every body else, that
"Hard Times Come no More."
New Goods and New Prices reign
CEO. W. GLAZIER,
Havinz iusl received and opened a new and well
selected Stock of
ful ihd mm GOODS,
DELAINES in all colors,
LADIES, MISSES, & CHILDRENS
GLOVES LADIES FURS
ami Notions of Endless variety
Have also receivcd'froai Euells Wooleninills and
frjia tho Celebrated arsaw jauis, a una assure
All of which have been bouiM for cash, and will he
sold lor cash at mo veiy uuiioui riict!.
We alo keep Wheeler .t Wilson, and Grovcr
Iiaktr bottiag Jlachme ineeaics ior sue.
Call and 'ee rao before yuo ral(o yourfall and
yiinter purchase!, I know t can you eooa,
Vi'cst end of the Snuaro, aavannah Mo,
GLASS, PUTTY c.
Also a full Lina cf
Antl every thing generally kept in
;i first chiss li ttrdware Store.
Kemembcr the place, old stand
fo Stotts & Bohbs, Ssivannah, Mo.
STEGMAN & TYRRELL,
Doalora in and. Manujacturors of
COFFINS of all sizes and kinds
kept constantly on hand. Kooms
on feast side of the Square,
ABSTRACTS OF TIT
To Lands and Town Lots in Andrew County, furnished on slid
tice and on reasonable terms by
Proprietor of the Abstracts of Andrew County.
fALMBLE FIRMS for 8
A Farm ot" -10 acre, three miles West of
Savannah. Ail under fence and iu cultiva
tion, except 0 acres of timber. Orchard of
a variety of fruit, Log house with 3 rooms,
a good ipring tmd stock water ou the farm.
Price $l,2'.K),!iLejral terms given.
A good Farm of -SO acres improved. 60
acres of timber, Hou-e 16 by 32 feet, sta
bling, good spring and well, school noase
1 -1 mile, distent t niilc-5 from Savannah.
Price ;J0 pcrscro ca liberal terra-:.
A good farm of 320 acres, 100 acres in
cultivation balance under fence, good tim
ber, 300 apple tiees. frame house of 5 rooms,
frame barn, stables, plenty of stock water,
3 good wells, ll miles from Savannah. Price
52S per acre.
A farm of irS acres. 35 acres in cultiva
tion. Orchard, Log house, tunning water,
good well, C miles front St. Joseph? -one
5iiu fronf school hourc, 30 per acre. '
A farm of 160 acres, G5 acre in cultiva
tion, balance timber under fence, story
km houc, smoke houe, good well, 40 bear
ing applo trees, f0 young trees, good stock
water, 7i mile from Savannah, Price S30.
UO Acre-), a very desirable Stock farm,
an abundance of Stock water, HOO acres in
cultivation, Dwellings and out building. 50
Apple trees, 10 miles from St. Joseph.
Price $2250 per acre.
ICO acres two miles West of Savannah 140
ncres undor fence, SO acres of timber. 1400
Apple trees, also a number of pear, cherry
nnil nCKch tree.. Dwellintrof six rooms, good
well, good stable and other buildings $10
A good Stock farm of 3S0 ocrcs, 4 mile
north-west of Savannah, well improved, gpod
liouse of six rooms; situ..ted so as to be con
veniently divided ; Price $15 per acre.
50 feet front iu Block 48 in Savannah,
A magnificent stock farm of 507 acres,
:U0 acres improved Orchard of i50 apple
trees, two dwellings on the land, a good
well and several springs, 4 miles of hedge
stable 24x110 feet. Price per acre and
A fine farm of 240 acres, 4 miles north
of S"-v.iunah, ISO under good cultivation,
a good orchard of 300 apple trees, a good
dwelling of 4 rooms, good stable, 2 good
well., some good hedge fence. Price $40.
40 acres of flue timber. Prico 91t5. per
A large dwelling of 10 roonie, in the
Suburbs of Savannah, with 5 to 25 acres
of land attached terms liberal.
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A good 10 acre lot iu tho sul
Mavannah, well improved agl
house of 5 rooms, agoodtable
75 apple trees, a good spring, oi J
ry ville rood. Price SSoG-).
A good dwelling and 2 lots
nah. Price $1200.
A good farm of 2Jy acres, 100 1
cultivation anu 60 acres of
mile of hedge : Dwellintrof twj
sood well, good stock water,!
Orchard ot 160 apple trees 60
ttmoer. i'rice yib per acre.
A verv desirable firm of
miles North-west of Savannah,!
liouse tuitt small orcliaru, god
water and spring. 40 acre8 in
and 40 acres iu pasture. Pric
A srood farm of 173 acres, 2 mil
tne Depot, 100 acres improved, 61
umber, ttweiiitur iiauscs. a cl
and good spring. Price $30 perl
A desirable farm of DO acres!
east of Savannah. SO acres ii
liouse of 2 rooms, good well, "al
orciiaru. itk-c -ta.! per acre.
A house and lot on Marketl
rooms. I'rtce SHOO.
A house with 4 rooms, well, si
smoke house, 1 lot. well set wj
wiin irun trees. I'ncc $l.4W
A very desirable Brick residl
4 rooms, 3 acres of land attache!
well, stable and orchard. Pried
A good dwcllbg of 3 rooms!
good stable, and some fruit trci
A very desirable farm adjoin1
mure, U0 acres under leucc. "0
timber three miles off; ,136 apl
cnoico percnes, pears and, a
small fruit, tin abuudance of stc
dwelling 36x30 feet, live roor
: per ucre.
A very excellent farm. 150
proved, dwelling of 3 reems, gol
and barn, 50 apple trees, leucind
miles North-Last of bavuima
$25 per acre.
A first class furm in Nodawal
3 miles north of Guilford, conti
acres, 150 acres in a good state i
tion, some good hedge, -'50 an
good frame liouse 6 rooms, a gl
2 good wells, good stock water!
ot timber. t'nee yjs.so per aea
A most excellent farm of 23
miles from St. Joseph, in a gool
cultivation 40 acres, of timber!
of 5 rooms, ait ice houso and I
apple trees, 10 pear trees, 50 pi
some grapes and other small frtJ
well, good stoeK water ani
springs, 0 acres of Hops, Schl
near. Price ?soo per acre.