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c Ckoquet sets at Cooper & Greenlee's
All kinds of School Books used in the
county are kept by L. G. Wilkerson.
A new lot of fancy stationery at
John Utter, of Savannah, who bears
an excellent reputation a plasterer, has
concluded to remain awhile in Corning,
and if ho likes it which ho will ho
will remove his family and take up his
permanent abode there ; so says the
Pure Cider Vinegar best kind can
now be had at the Savannah Meat Mar
ket, South side of the Square. no-il
Mr. Henry Hiatt, Mayor of Clarinda,
Page county, Iowa, and wife, wire in
this city the past week visiting friends
and relatives. He reports everything
in a nourishing condition in Iowa,
and says that the grasshoppers did not
do very much damage in their section
cf the country. They left for Clarinda
on Thursday last.
Crops destroyed! Money hard to get!
and John J. Miller has reduced' the
prices of his mammoth stock of Cloth
ing to suit this state of affairs. Call
aud bo convinced.
We call attention to the advertise
ment ot L. G. Wilkerson, druggist, in
this issue. Doc. as he is familiarly call
ed, is a pleasant and agreeable gentle
man and a good business man. He has
a full line or fresh, and staple articles in
his line. Charles- L Smith,' who is
known to almost everybody in this
county, is with this house, ami may
lie relied upon as an efficient druggist.
Our job department is very complete,
and we can furnish all classes of work
as neatly and cheaply as can be done
Give us a call and we'll warrant satis
faction. Mr. Geo. L. Gann, of Pueblo, Colora
do, arrived in Savannah, Saturday last,
on a visit to his mother, who lives in
this place, and also to his numerous rel
atives in different parts ot the county.
Mr. Gann is a young gentleman of ex
cellent business capacity, and has been
keeping a clothing store, in Pueblo lor
three years past. lie is doing a success
ful business out there, and reports busi
ness matters generally as in a prosper
ous condition. In former years he was
a clerk tor Messrs. Schuster and Price,
of this city.
We can't say we are just exactly sat
isfied with the way Stiles & Hardy do
their advertising. They don't advertise
much in the papers, and yet they are
selling a heap ot goods, and candor
forces us to admit they have a fine store..
Aaron Rales Principal of the Little
Rock (Ark.) Commercial College and
Telegraph Institute, is in Savannah at
present, visiting his old friends and
relatives. lie was raised iii the family
of Judge Huron, of fhis-phi'je; and dur
ing the warm season seeks a short re
spite from the confining duties of iiis
College in tiie higher latitude of this
country. He will .return, in a short time.
We are gratified to note that his Col
1300 is in a flourishing condition, and he
has Uattering prospects ahead.
Mr. Henderson Puis, United States
Postal Clerk on the K. C, St. Jo., . and
C. 13. Railroad, and David R. 13. Har
lan, Head Clerk, U. S. Postal service,
from Quincy to Kansas City, having
been pretty well worn out by service on
their respective routes, are both in this
city at present, on leave ot absence, lor
the purpose of recuperating their health.
They are both old citizens and soldiers
of Andrew comity, , and make excellent
officers. They will soon return to their
See what a. disinterested person,, says
of the Howe Sewing Machine :
Tuscumwa, Ala., Feb. G 1SG9;
Messrs. Cochrane & Brown, St. Louis,
Mo: Yours of the- 2Uth- ult.,. covering
bill for machine, etc,, came duly to.
hand. We were more than pleas-
el with the machine, and have been op-
orating it constantly for two weeks with
scarcely any trouble in fact so, little
that we can say none at all. We- wan
ted a machine for family use,, and this
meets all the requirements.. -We
will write you again if anything
gets wrong, and anyhow ere long, to
re-assure you what a blessing the
"Howe" is to people-who use the nee
dle. Yours truly,
(Signed.) R. S,..3NJqBEYXOLDS...
You will find all the School Books
adopted by the County School Board at
L. G. Wilkerson's, where they can be
had at introductory and exchange prices.
Weed Earls, at his old stand, has- re
ceived a fresh lot of saddles, harness,
and various descriptions of Hardware.
He now has on hand a full stock of
goods in his line, which he is offering
on the most favorable terms. Be sure
and rive him a trial.
Mr. John Wilkerson, of this place,on
the 20th of June last planted a potato
patch of early Hose potatoes, and on
AVednesday last, after a lapse of eight
weeks, dug up a lot of young potatoes
the size ot his list. The patch was sod
ground, formerly a stable lot, and very
favorable tor rapid growth.
Dr. Cruikshank Avill deliver his last
sermon to his congregation, at the Pres
byterian Church, on Sunday next, 22I,
at 1UA o'clock a. m. Public respectfully
' W. B. Doughert, administrator of
the estate of S. C. Anderson, of Koda
way county, who was killed in the rail
road accident at Chariton, Iowa, last
June, has received from the C. B. & Q.
Railroad t.20D damages. Mr. Dough
erty speaks in high terms of the prompt
ness and fairness of the Superinten
dent of the road.
Three times during the last two
years the residence of Joseph L.Denny,
some live and a half miles north of Sa
vannah, h:is been broken into and rob
bed during the absence of the family.
The last occurrence took place on Sat
urday last, in open day light. Mr.Den.
ny and family were at the picnic at Ros
endale. The thief went to the wood
shed, and procuring a spade, broke open
ths trunks, ransacked the house, turn
ed pockets inside out, and left the things
scattered about the lloor. He succeed
ed in getting but $1,50 in silver. Mr.
Denny had been previously pretty well
'cleaned out,1' and don't think it will
pay the thief to call any more!
Dr. 2. B. Brown during- the present
week sold his residence and office in
Rosendale to Dr. O. E. Holloway, of
this city. Dr. Brown's reason for sell
ing was an account of failing health, he
intending to visit the Pacific coast this
summer with the view of recuperating.
It is not his purpose to leave the county
permanently, intending to return and
take up his residence again. Dr. Hol
loway will succeed Dr. Brown in his
business there, and the people of Ros
endale and vicinity will find him a com
petent successor. The people of Savan
nah by this transaction lose a skilitul
and experienced physician and honored
member of society, and Rosendale se
cures a valuable acquisition.
The Northwest Missouri Baptist Sun
da School Convention will meet m
Bolckow, Andrew county, on Thursday,
September 2d, at 10 o'clock a. 111. Rev.
Mr. Phillips, of St. Louis, and other
prominent Sunday School men, Avill be
present to give interest to the meeting.
An excellent programme for the day
and evening is published.
The Northwest Missouri Association,
embracing the churches in Holt, Atchi
son, Nodaway and Andrew counties, will
meet at the same- place the following
day, September 3d, at 10.J o'clock a. m.
A full delegation from each church and
Sunday School is-desired.
G. W. HUNTLEY, Pres.
Mr. IE B. Sargent, late of the firm of
Sargent & Wilkerson, is now making
arrangements to open a new Drugstore
in this j)lace by the loth of September.
He will occupy the room lately used by
Airs. Glazier as a storeroom,, west side
of the Public Square. He is having the
room fixed up in nice style, and. his
stock and fixtures will all be fresh and
new. Mr. Sargent has- been,- engaged,
in the Drug business in this city for six
years, and during that time has gained
the confidence of ouv people as a relia
ble and competent; Druggist and Pre
scriptionist, Avhich reputation he will
maintain at .his new stand.
Dr. Cruikshank, Principal of the Sa
vannah Public School; .has been elected
to the chair of Latin Greek and An
cient Literature in the Highland Univer
sity, Highland, Kansas, and also to the
position- of Vico President of the Institu
tion, which positions he lias accepted.
He goes there next week to enter upon
his duties. The Savannah School Board
Have not yet elected his successor. Dr.
Cruikshank will carry with him to his
new sphere of duties the well-wishes of
our community. Avho rep-ret the loss of
1 Ms services in our jmblic Institution. .
Large crowds are attending the Camp
Meeting, in progress this week, in Nod
away county. The best 0 order and
christian feeling prevails. Twenty-five
hundred are estimated to have been
present on last Sunday.
Our friend, George T. Bryan, accom
panied by his mother-in-law, Mrs. Ellis,
of this city, intend this week to pay a
visit to the Holt county Mineral Spring,
with the view of improving their health
by drinking the water. The Spring, (or
more properly, the well,) is located 1
near Mound City, and a hotel is kept for
the accommodation of visitors by the
proprietor, Mr. Kunkel.
A singular story is told of the tfocov-
ery of the whereabouts of this mineral
stream, running under ground and rock
at a depth of forty feet. Mr. Kunkel is
said to be a "water-witch,1' and passing
over the spot one day felt a peculiar
feeling. Procuring the nrythical hazel
switch, and returning to the spot, it in
dicated the place to dig. Operations
were commenced, the last 15 or iO feet
being by boring through rock. When
the stream was struck it rushed up vio
lently, and contin.-jes to discharge
through pipes a strong active stream.
The medicinal properties of the water
are well attested
Mr. Bryan intends to remain there
four or live weeks,, and has promised us
to wriie an account of the merits ot the
water, etc., lor the Ri:r-ci!i.iCAN.
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Foit first-class job work of all kinds
call at the Rkpuiilicax office.
One of Whitter's most charming po
ems, "School Days,1' is devoted to show
ing the regret of a brown-eed New
England girl at having spelled down
the little boy
ITcr childish favor singled.
"I'm sorry that I spelt the word,
I hate to fro above you,
Because " the brown cyos lower fell
"Urea use, you see, filovcyoii."
Still memory to a gray haired man
That sweet child face is showing;
Dear girl, the grasses on hergrave
Have forty years been blooming.
lie lives to learn in life's hard school
How few who pass above him,
Lament the triump'i.and his loss
Like her because they love him.
I. o. O. P.
A meeting of all P. G. in Lodges No.
Li, GG, 2S2 and 29 1, is to take place in
Savannah, at Odd Fellows' Hall, on
Thursday, 23th inst., at 8 :.'!() p. 111., for
the purpose of reorganizing a District
Grand Committee and conferring of
Past-Official Degrees on all who possess
proper certificates of service.. Fail not
to come, Brothers! as much good may
result from the meeting.
By order of D..D. G. M.,
The wholesale liquor house and rec
tifying establishment of S. Adler & Co.,
of St. Joseph, was on Wednesday, Aug..
11th, seized by order ol Col. Meyer, Su
pervisor ol Internal Revenue, for some
alleged irregularities. The firm have
bonded out their house and areproceedr
inr with business.
On Saturday afternoon last, quite a
large crowd of. ladies and gentlemen
assembled at the Base Ball grounds to
witness the match game of Base Ball
between the "Mohawks11 of Empire
Prairie, and die "Stars'1 of this city. The
Mohawks did very poor, playing from
beginning to end ; but would have done
better perhaps, had their regular pitch
er been hero. The Stars played a good
game, but made some base errors. The
Stars says thafcthc "Pastimes11 had bet
ter stay at home, or else they will serve
them like they did the Mohawks. Below
we rive the score :
. CM Ii. O.
rpmond,2b 3.. 2 Matte-son, 2.b...l
Oemond, c 2 2 .Monroe, 1 . i) t r
Thomas, p 3 '-' Hartley, rj". 7 2
Vaux, s o 0 f Urvant, p 5 ."
Demoud, c 2 2 Watts, :$ b 5 1
Gibson, 1 b :i A lloslord, o 1 (! 'J
IMerce, 1 f. 2 ; Nelson, If 5
Cook, rf 1 S Watts, ss .4 :;
Ilea, u b 0 4 Giddings, c s 1
Total lT 27 Total 01 27
Jjlies caught Mohawks, 13; Stars, 7.
Scorer Joe Walker.
Time of game a 1-2 .hours.
Umpire Wm. Cook.
Custom Work liesumed
at Savannah Mills.
Tho fanners of Andrew county will
be pleased to learn- that the Savannah
Mills -will-resume grinding wheat foi
toll, on Friday of next week, August 13.
Friday's and Saturday's ot each week
thereafter will be devoted especially to.
custom work. Bring good wheat only.
A fearful railroad accident and smash
up occurred on Tuesday last, on She St.
Louis, Kansas City and Northern Rail
road, about twenty-four miles from St.
Joseph, and four miles from Gower, in
Clinton county. A train of cars run
ning at full speed, broke through a tres
tle work twenty feet in height, and
were piled together in a broken confus
ed mass on the rocky bottom beneath.
The quick-minded engineer, ieeling the
bridge giving aAvay, let on a lull head
of steam, and the locomotive and tender
plunged safely over, thus, doubtless
very greatly lessening the calamitous
results; for had the locomotive went
through, many more deaths and serious
injuries might have resulted from the
steam and lire. The train had aboaid
about seventy jJassengers men, women
and children, all unconscious of danger.
Three of the number were killed, thir
teen severely injured, (among whom
are one or two that will probably
not recover,) and thirty-two slightly in
jured. We do not observe the names of
any citizens of Andrew among the pub
lished list of killed or wounded. A re
lief train from St. Joseph, wish neces
sary supplies, and physicians on board,
was dispatched Jo the scene, to aid in
the relief of the suffering. Two of the
injured were left at Gower, and the re
mainder put aboard the train and car
ried to Sc. Joseph, where they have
been kindly cared for, and everything
done for their comfort and' restoration
that good nursing and sympathy could,
Capt. W. II. B. Warren and A. A.
Friedman, of St Joseph, are among the
seriously injured, and from the St. .Joe
Gazette of yesterday, we learn that their
recovery is still a matter of painful un
Burr Bobbin's Great Circus, Menag
erie and Hippodrome will give one of
their grand exhibitions in this place on
next Friday. This show is highly spo
ken of by those who have witnessed its
performances. It is said to be one of
the best shows traveling. Lookout for
a large crowd on that day! Among its
attractions are announced 100 star per
formers, and twentv-iive cages of living
wild animals. A grand street parade
will' take place about 10 o'clock a. m.
Tho whole establishment has bctln reor
ganized, reconstructed and enlarged to
four times its former size, constituting
it the great arenic event of 1875..
Pino Monuments, Tomb and. Head
At Mr. E. W. Joy's- Marble Yard,
North-east Public Square, in this- city,
may now be seen some splendid speci
mens of .Marble Work. lie has in his
employ a skillful and exderienced
workman, late foreman of one of the
leading St. Louis Marble Yards, and all
work entrusted to him will be executed
in the highest style of the Art.
Low. Rate of Jb'areto New York.
By (he Burlington Dailies, we notice
that the Toledo,. Peoria & Warsaw Rail
way, is selling tickets via the "La Fav
cite Route," from Burlington to New
York and return, for the extremely low
rate of s),70 lor the round trip.
The Tickets are good until September.
The passenger goes via La Fayette,
Indianapolis, Columbus, Pittsburg and
Philadelphia, to New York.
Now is the time for any of our people
who intend' going East this season, to
start and take advantage of these low
fares. This rate of $20,70 for the Round
Trip,, is less than, half fare.
Tickets, and information may be had
at the oPice of W. R. Crumpton, Gener
al Western Agent, T. P: & W. R'y, 101
Main street, Burlington, Iowa.
CIDER MILL T
Wm. TERRELL, Northeast of the
Public Square, Savannah, Mo., is now
prepared to- make Cider- for farmers
any day in the week. Orders filled'
with promptness and to the satisfac
tion of niv customers.
A Boarding House containing 7 rooms
and cellar; the rent paid in board.
Apply to Wm. Cuallaco3IBE.
Savannah, Aug. 20th, 8w.
The enclosed letter from the Hon.
X. Ford, will explains itself, and any
one knowing of any worthy young
man aspiring for a medical education
or any one desiring to avail himself
of such beneficiary scholarship will
do well to correspond with the un
dersigned, or Dr. Ferguson, who is
the Secretary of the Andrew Count v
Mctlical Association, Savannah, Mo.
F. A. SIMMONS.
Hociikstkr, Mo., Aug. 10, 75.
F. A. Simmons, Ilochcslcr, Mo:
Dkak Sik: I am in receipt of a
circular letter of Louisville Medical
College, and signed E. S. Gailland.M.
1)., authorizing me as Representative
of Andrew comity, to select a worthy
young man upon whom will be con
ferred a beneficiary .scholarship.
As you are President of the An
drew County Medical Association,
permit me to invite the- co-operation
of your society in making this selec
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
firm of Sargent & Wilkerson of the
city of Savannah, in the county of An
drew and State ot Missouri, have this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The
debts due the rm will be coMccted and
the indebtedness paid by L. (J. Wilker
son, the junior member of the iate firm.
II. B. Sakgext,
L. G. WlLKEKSON".
August 4th, 1875.
Mr. L. G. Wilkerson will continue the
business of the late firm. With thanks
for past favors he earnestly requests the
future patronage ot tho old customers
and that cf the-public in general.
L. G, WILKERSON.
Savannah, Aug. lh, 1875 3w.
Help to Mothers Cursing Infanta.
It is a conceded fact that mothers who
have the care, anxiety and draught of
nursing infants are weak- and need the
aid of some strengthening tonic to make
up the nourishment required for the
growth of the ch.ld. Ale, porter, and
lager beer have often been recommend
ed. Of late, since physicians have be
come aware that the Port Grape Wine
produced by Alfred Speer, of Pasaie, N.
J.,, is strictly pure they have prescribed
it instead ofale and porter. This wine
is principally sought for by mothers who
have nursing infants at the breast, as
the best supplying medium to be found.
The wine is rich in body and not intox
icating but gently stimulating. Drug
gists generally keep it, and sell it for 81
a bottle. Enquirer.
L. & WILKERSON,
hSargeni & Wilkerson,
Sotith Side Square, Savannah, Mo..
Stationary , Fancy
Articles, Faints, Oils,
and Dye Stuffs.
FTJRE WINES and LIQ
TJOFvS, for Medicinal.
Physicians' Prescript ioiis Care
fully Compounded at all hours of the
day or night by an Experienced and
im AND LIT M IS II? Mfi
Savannah, Aug. 20th Cm.
NOTICE is hereby jrivrn to nil creditors and
others interested in the estates of Johnson
Hurler, deceased, Klam C Yeale, deceased, and
Jair.cs Anderson, deceased, that I, Allan Holt,
Administrator of said estates intend to make Fi
nal .Settlement the.reofat the next term of the
J'nihute Court, of Andrew county, in the State
of Missouri, to he held at Savaunah, on '20th dav
ot hentember, 1S75.
ALLAX HOLT, Administrator.
Gi:ei:ni.ki:& Kink, Attv's.
August iMth, 1S7.V-noJl-w4.
Notice of Final Settlement.
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
others interested in tho estate of Geo. W".
Glazier deceased, that the undersigned, Admin
istratrix olsaid estate, will make llnal settle
ment thereof at the next term I'robate Court, of
Andrew county, to be held at Savannah, on the
third Monday m September next.
Savannah, Mo., Aug. 13, '75-no43 wi.