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Prices of W Mil at St, Joseph,
Quotations from the Mammoth Estab
A, E. McKINNEY,
411 and 413 Felix Street.
W--! quote below only a very fcio of
the many bargains to be found in each
department of this extensive house, and
emr readers may rely upon finding ovcry
1'iing just as represented :
500 pieces figured prints, (standard
cloths) at oA cents per yard.
oOO pieces standard prints, at 7 cents.
10 bales heavy standard sheeting, S
rents per yard, usual price, V2-h.
5 bales bleached cotton, (better than
Lonsdale) at 10 cents.
5 bales bleached cotton, equal to Fruit
of the Loom, at 11 cents.
100 pieces of canton llannel, at SA cts.
worth 14 cents.
500 shawls in splendid patterns.at 81.
300 while wool blankets, at $:1.50.
250 grey wool blankets, at $'2,m2i.
oO pieces of Kentucky jeans, at 20 cts.
worth 15 cents.
40 pieces ofKy. jeans, at 2o cents,
worth 50 cents.
:55 pieces wool cassimere, lor men s
wear, at 1, v.-orth 81,50.
350 pieces of red llannel from Under
writers sale, (slightly soiled by water)
at the following prices : 20 cts, worth
155 cts; 25 cts. worth 40 cts ; 30 cts, worth
45 cts; and 37A cts, worth 55 cts.
40 pieces bleached table damask, at
Tlh ets, worth 75 cts.
30 pieces k bleached table damask, at
50 cts. worth 05 cts.
100 dozen corsets, at 40 cts, worth 7o
125 dozen 3t bone corsets, at So cts ;
usual price 81,50.
Ladies white cotton hoso, at 10. l'-i,
:, and 20 eH; worth double the money.
200 dozen ladies 2-button kid gloves,
in colors, operas and black, at 75 cents
per pair; sold everywhere at 81.50.
150 dozen best brands 1-bulton kids
in colors, operas and black, at 81,25;
ivm-tli in jiiiv market 81. S5.
I V Lit mT " I
75 dozen ladies Windsor ties,at 15 els;
worth 30 cts.
100 dozen ladies Windsor lies, (better
quality) in plain colors ami plaids, at 35
cts; worth G5 cts.
100 pieces worsted poplin, at 1G3 ;
worth 30 cts.
40 pieces silk poplins, at oO ctsjworth
Elegant new shades, including seal
and centennial brown-, navy blue, &c,
in brilliantine,English and French pop
lins, earners hair serges. French and
Irish poplins, invisible plaids, in im
mense variety, in beautiful shades and
combinations. wT r
Each and everv department is 1- L LL
to overllowing wit h wonderful bargains
and it is our linn conviction that it will
p-iv everv hidv in Savannah needing
anything 'in the way of Dry Goods to
either visit ins store in person, or send
their order to
411 and 413 Felix Si 1 eel,
St. Joseph, Mo.
Sew Hats at Mrs. Buskirks.
Calico by the pound at Russell's; less
than 5 eenls per yard.
All kinds of School Hooks lu-ed in the
county are kept by L. Cr. Wilkerson.
Fall St vies of Millinery Goods just re
ceived at Miss Thompson's call and ex
amine them. nolGlf
Buy your Overcoats at Ty-
ncr's, south side square.
The Savannah Guild will hold its next
meet on this evening, (Friday,) at the
residence ot "VV. W. Caldwell. All are
respectfully invited to attend.
The best of oil and needles at the
Singer ofiiee, in Miss Mattie Ent's Mil
Beautiful Ribbons at Mrs. Buskirks.
Fisher ADailey's 1 log-Cholera Mix
ture, for sale by L. G. Wilkerson.
A public auction of the entire llouse-
nald elfeefs of C. W. Hale will take
plaice on Saturday next, in the room ad
joining Dr. Wakefield's office, on the
north side of the public square. Here
is a good opportunity to procure bar
gains, as the goods will be sold without
reserve. Mr. Hale and family have re
moved to Winterset, Iowa.
Which is why we wish to remark,
that owing to three years' drouth, the
epizootic, the financial crisis, and the
passing call of the g. hopper, the bed
rock has been bored through by Stiles
& Hardy, prices have been carried down
below the aforementioned rock, and we
are selling goods strictly for cash at cash
Pure Cider Vinegar best kind can
now be had at the Savannah Meat Mar
ket, South side of the Square. no41
Toilet Sets at Mrs. Buskiiks.
Lady boarders wanted by Mrs. George
W. Glazier. Terms reasonable. 50tf
Novelties in Ladies Hats, Ribbons,
Tics, Collars, &c., just received at Miss
Don't fail to go to RL'SSELLS before
you buy Water Proofs, Flannels, and
Woolen Goods, for he has them at extra
Mr. II. C. Waterman sold his interest
in the farm and mill on the One-IIun-dred-and-Two,
a few weeks ago to E.
A. Phillips of this place. Mr. Water
man expects to remove from this county
in a short time to Kansas.
Genuine Beaver Overcoats
at Ty tier's, south side square.
Artificial Flowers at Mrs. Buskirks.
For pure Drugs, Chemicals, and
School Rooks, go to L. G. Wilkerson,
successor to Sargent & Wilkerson.
Farmers bring in your wood and sub
scribe for the Rici'Ui'.i.iCAX.
Go to W. S. Oilman's in Opera House
Block, St. Joseph. Mo., for the best Pi
anos and Organs, Pricks the j,owi:st
and tuums of taymkmt the easiest.
Call or send for circular and terms.
Makuiki). On the 5th hist., atMarys
ville, Kansas, by Rev. L. V. Morton, of
Marysville, Mr. Theodore F. Hunter
to Miss F. M. Tati.ock, both of Andrew
The Savannah Flouring Mills have
again changed hands, and is now run
by the firm of G. W. Miller & Co. They
will still continue the business on the
same terms as formerly, and Hatter
themselves that they can continue to
give full satisfaction to all their patrons.
Custom work on Saturdays.
Singer, Howe, Wheeler & Wilson,
G rover & Baker, and Florence needles,
for sale at the Singer ollice.
C?pA good thread, works well on ma
chines, 200 yards on a spool, six spools
for 25 cents and other goods in propor
tion, at Stiles & Hardy's. We need
money, and if Low Prices and good
goods will bring it, we will have it. You
Nice Embroideries at Mrs. Buskirks.
A lot of old papers for sale at this of
fice for 50 cents per 100.
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
and be convinced.
Cooper & Greenlee, will sell you five
quires of Note Paper for 50 cents; En
velopes. 5 cents a bunch and upwards;
Ink, 5 cents a bottle and upwards. Fine
Writing Paper a speciality. 47tf
Hardy's Liniment, so successfully us
ed in the cure of CJig-IIoad and Fistula,
by "Uncle Dave" Moran and others, for
sale by L. G. Wilkerson.
David Erciele has a public sale of his
personal property this week, one mile
east of Rosendale. In company with
his friend, George Wright, he intends
starting for California, 011 Monday next.
They are young men, hut old citizens of
Andrew. Mr. Wright has a brother in
California, who has written back to him
flattering accounts of the country, and
he is thereby induced to try his own
fortune there. He has also a brother in
A large slock of School Requisites at
Cooper & Greenlee's ; such as Books,
Writing Paper, Copy Books, Plain
Slates, Rubber Cushioned Xoiseless
Slates, Reward Cards, Mottoes, Rook
Straps, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Inks,
Chalk, Crayons, &c. Adopted Series of
School Books to Districts, changing
from Wilson's and National, at Intro
duction and Exchange Rates. 17w5
Services at the Sixth Street M. E.
Church, every Sabbath. Preaching at
10A a. n:., and at 7:30 p. m. Seats
free. Public cordially invited to at
tend ; stranger? especially invited to
worship with us. Thirty minutes for
class-meeting alter each morning ser
vice. Pniyer meeting every Thursday
evening. Members of other denomina
tions invited to worship with. us.
B. T. ST.vuuEir, Pastor.
Large lot of Gents Fur
nishing Goods just received
at the old stand of A. Schuster..
Six spools soft finished thread, for 25
cents, good lor machine or hand sewing,
Collars and Culls at Mrs. Buskirk
L. G. Wilkerson, our enterprising
South Side Druggist is having his store
room re-painted and fixed in elegant
Parties wishing a thoroughly good
Organ, are advised to buy the "Silver
Tongue" the i:est in the world.
Manufactured In E. P.Ncedham & Son.
New York, and for sale by W. S. Gil
man, Opera House Block, St. Joseph,
Collector Allen has been busy the
present week in the public sale of the
delinquent lands for 1874, heretofore ad
vertised by us. Only a tew of the tracts
were redeemed. Almost all of them
were forfeited to the Stale.
Great Variety of Tidy's at Mrs. Bus
kirks. Russell has just received a fresh lot of
Shawls and Dress Goods. Go and ex
amine for yourselves before buying else
where. Andrew county Circuit Court, ad
journed term, commences in this place,
on Monday next. The Alexander mur
der case comes up first jlay. There are
about seventy-five civil cases to dispose
Rev. W. P. Paxson, of St. Louis, will
preach at the Presbyterian Church, next
Sunday, at 10A o'clock. He will also
address a mass meeting of all the Sun
day Schools in the city, at the Sixth
Street M. E. Church, at 7 A o'clock, even
ing, of same day. All are invited.
For first-class job work of all kinds
call at the Uf.plt.lican ollice.
O. F. Booher has been appointed by
Governor Hardin County Attorney for
Andrew county to fill the vacancy occa
sioned by the resignation of J. P. Alt
geld. Mr. Booher is a young lawyer
of considerable legal ability, a ready
and forcible speaker, and we feel confi
dent will worthily fill the responsible
trust confided to him. His numerous
friends throughout the county will be
gratified to learn of his success.
Mr. Altgeld and brother left for Chi
cago the present week, with the view
of resuming practice, there.
Ladies Neck Ties at Mrs. Buskirk:
Larger stock Custom Made
Boots for Jjovs and Men at
the south side Clothing Em
porium, than any other house.
1. O. O. F. District Deputy Grand
Master Rennet will install the officers of
Savannah Lodge Xo. I I, on Tuesday,
the 12th inst , at 7::!0 p. m. lie looks
for a general rally of the brothers on
the occasion. Fail not to be present
and give us your fraternal greeliug.
We gather a few items from a corres
pondent at McCormick, DcKalb county:
The farmers of this section are busy
hauling up their hay and other feed, pre
paring for winter. They have been
blessed with bountiful crops.
The people there are in need of a
country store and physician.
They have a successful and interest
ing school at the MeCorniick School
House, taught by Paul Hudson, a young
gentleman well qualified for the posi
During the Fever season of last month
the stock of Ayei-'s Ague Cure in the
Old North State became exhausted, and
before a supply could be received lrom
Lowell, the suffering from chills and fe
ver became fearful. A few parties were
so fortunate as to have it on hand, and
in Iredell county, the druggists eked
out their slender stocks bv selling doses
a spoonful each for a dollar. Many
paid ten dollars for a bottle, when the
regular price is but one, and thought
themselves favored at that, so valuable
are the curative properties of this pre
paration, which not only expels the poi
son from the system, but leaves the pa
tient with unimpaired health and vigor.
Raleigh (N. C.) Standard.
New ff-0ctaY0 Pianos.
AT WALTER S. OILMAN'S,
Opera House Block,
ST. JOSEPH, - - - MISSOURI,
Worsteds at Mis. Buskirks..
Savannah! fairest garden of the west!
Thrice happy thou to be so richly blest!
Happy, 1 say, because within you dwell
Peculiar men, unknown since Adam fell!
Of one I wrote, you know, anil so do I,
Who dranl; a well of Slowing water dry;
Hut now we turn our lyre to greater feat
And sing of one who did not drink, but eat!
Historic, sketches sonielim.es make us laugh,
And once "I knew a man who atea calf!"
Hut !hi wasmall and but a single blutl',
Compared with one who never hitd cnouyht
Ask Barbour, Sroule and Shedriek.a.-k them all,
11 e'er they knew a man mi lean anil Jail
Who could within Ihespaccof .single hour,
Destroy more vituals and with speed devour!
The fact is plain, as o'er us sun doth shine,
That never is lie asked by fiend to dine!
His country friends areeven getting scared,
And friends with whom he oil and richly fared,
Their backs have turned (and he is left to roam)
To save being eaten out ofhou.se and home!
A s-uit was Iir.iUulit the other day in court
Against our friend who rather made some sport;
Laughed at the man who wisely tiled the bill;
For u-eless trial his i:iner-mau to till.
The bill ran thus, if memory do-s not fail,
"To well builed mutton, onions, beets and kail,
To roasted beef and good .supply of greens,
To applesauce, fresh bacon and baked beans,
To bread and biscuit, rhubarb pies and cake,
The whole ol which he at one meal did take ! !"
The Court has not as yet an answer given,
And say there'.s no ca.s; like it under Heaven;
Now, since no longer he can get a meal,
A .sympathy for him we can but feel.
.!ut view his body and his sunken eye.
His shortened breath :uid hungry sigh.
His trembling hand and shaking limb,
I ask who could not, would not, pity him?
The Court should grant , ere lite his body leaves,
An order for some meat at Toney Keeves'!
Note The Court has since decided that the
claim was unfounded bi cause of the lean and
hungry look of the debtor. C. C. S.
The Savannah Poet.
Alas! Alas! How we long to be.
An humorous poet like Colin C!
To lie enabled, as well as he,
To invoke the muses of land or sea;
To chronicle incidents in beautiful rhymes,
That occur in our county at different tunes;
To ever be ready todiop a short line,
On the doubling of fees or the sale of swine;
Or to record the progress of a legal swell,
Jtev'almg himself at a nieilic.il well;
Or perchance the mishap of poor neighbor to tell;
Who paid his live dollars to discover a sell.
And how he swore and re-olvcd "in the main,"
To h. 1 ve nothing more to do with a galvanized
And if any so presumptions would dare to com
plain, We would up with our pen and do it again!
Truth with liction he mo-t beautifully blends,
As he taki sa strong lift at the two bo-om friends!
Their action-, of course he nobly defends,
And promises with a coroner's ollice to make
Now who is this poet the public demands,
Who deals aliKc with privates ami oilicial clans,
Who gets an in-itu ii-wof all their plans,
While 1 ini-clf behind the screen so effectually
His given name is Colin C, as 1 said in begin
ning, He dicovered spiritualism in a lamp he was
Hecause the lain) kept receding, like the yarn he
While Stiles sat.on the counter, and kept up a
Finally, "Pap" says to Colin, does'ntthis
plainly show it,
You're a Scotchman by birth, you must be a
Kven his stir name is poetical, :t ends with a
He's now deputy oQiciaJ ar.tl chief of t lie quill.
Chincluiiki Overcoats at
the Clothing Emporium as
well as the largest assortment
of Gents, Youths, and 13ovs
Suits, at small margin over
jNew York costs, south side
Tut: Howk Sewing Machine. The
following, which we take from the Lon
don Courier, England, is conclusive ev
idence of the superiority of this perfect
Sewing Machine :
"Among the many who have been the
recipient of medals and honors at the
Exhibition at Paris, none stand so high
on the list as th-. celebrated inventor
ami manufacturer of sewing machines,
Elias Howe, Jr. The Emperor, Avho
shows groat tact and discrimination in
these matters, has made Mr. Howe a.
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and the
! jury on Sewing Machines wlio had the
task of testing and awarding prizes for
excellence, unanimously decided that
Mr. Howe was not only entitled to great
honors as the inventor of the Sewing
Machino, but that he carried oil' the
palm as a manulaclurev as well, and to
him was awarded, accordingly, the first
of the only two gold medals assigned to
The number who have called on Mr.
Howe, at his-ollice, G-l Iicgent street, to
offer their congratulations, prove that
many besides Hie Emperor and the jury
acknowledge the justice of the claim.1'
M A II U I E I)
Jn the Presbyterian Church on Empire
Prairie, on the evening of October 3rd,
1875, by liev. J. M. Morrison, Mu. S.vnv
foki) A. Fleming, of Hopkins, Iowa,
and Miss Lottie C. Adams, of Empire
Notice to Tax Payers.
The Tax-Payers of Andrew county
are herein-notified that under the pro
visions of the lievenue Law, there will
be no extension of time beyond the 1st
day of January, 1S7U. All tax-payers
will at once see the importance of pay
ing their taxes by that time to avoid the
penalty attached for non-payment.
Heretofore the Legislature has been in
session and have extended tiie time, but
this year there will fie no meeting of
the Legislature, and consequently, no
ON HIGH PRISES ! !
JUST RECEIVED BY
J. B. RUSSELL,
Convinced of the truth of the mot to:
QUICK SALES & SMALL PROFITS,
he has determined to offer his now new,
large and desirable stock of
at such LOW FIGURES
as will insure purchasers.
GIVE HIM A CALL and
His Store is at the OLD
STAJVD, South Side of the
RUB LIC SQUARE.
Savannah, Oct. 8, 1S7..
MISS MAGGIE THOMPSON.
Milliner and Dress Mak
South Side Public Sipt(trc,Savannah,Mo.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Lailifs Tii's, llibbons, &c, just nci-ivi-il, ant!
tor .sail at th v-X irifi s
!)rf-is cut ami mailt to order in the best of
All kind-, ot
for L:ulii-aiul Chililrciis t'!otlu- kj)t lcr -ale
Savannah, Mo , i-i'.. :, '"." .Im.
J. P. Cooper. Thomas Greenlee.
Cooper & Greenlee
Toilet Ariiclcs, Notions,
CHOICE FAMILY GRO
CERIES, GARDEN SEEDS. $c,
In rick Drug Store, (lately occupied h
n. II, Dobbin?.)sonth side of the public
square. Savannah. Mo.
April HI 1ST.) Oni.
IIEUKAS, FUANt'IS 51. DAVIS AND hi-?
wil. .Iain A. DavN.by thcirivUain Deii!
of Trust, ilatid Ihf'.tlh day ot Oi-tobcr, ltl-1, and
recordi'il in tin IJiionlii"s OlHci-ot tin count
of AnilM'W, Stati otMis-o!iri, in Hook on
Pagrt.V, convrvid to tliiiiiidirsi:;ncd, Trustrt .
tlu lollowin-r di'scribfd Ileal Estate, situate, I -inp
and beinjr in the county of Buchanan, State
of .Missouri, to-it:
All of. the Northeast Fourth ot the Southe.n-t
f-uarter of section twenty, township sixt ,
ran ;:e thirty-live, containing forty am.- more or
lcs, which said conveyance was'madi in Trust
to secure the payment ol a promissory note m
said Died of Trust mentioned anil described.
Anil, whereas same note N now due and nr
paid, together with the interest thereon. Now ,
therefore, I, the undersigned. Trustee, by vir
tue of the power in me vested by said De'ed ol
Tru.stand at the request of the "legal holder oi
said promissory note, I will, on
TUESDAY. 'NOVEMBER OTrt, 1ST:,
at the Court House Door, in the town of Savan
nah, county of Andrew, State ol Missouri, proceed
to sell the real estate described as above at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, ami apply the proceed-- of said sale to tin
satisfaction of said note, both principal ami 111
tercstand the costs of this Trust.
O. Ii. PHELPS, Trustee.
' October 8, '75 no51 wi.