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Jf. M. TAYLOK,
Kdllor unit Proprietor.
Attorney and Counselor at
onkenvi-r I'limi' r'A limit,
nru.-c liuuriflunint'j I J A. M , mi'l (roiii 2 to
r. p M.
1 I'.A AMI H IM.IAM, AtlluriilP nt l.w,
I ft.-.ttninmh. Mil IHltpi (IM r SiMAIinilh ta.
inn. Inttitutloii. Will ir.iiier In l'iiun nf
ut Iri'W mi'l ii'ij'iiniiiK rinuuii" ..nu.u
ri T. IIIIVAN, attorney ut lu-, Mill ir.illre
L X". I" "'I c""rl Nrlliwi'i"l MUwiiirl
in'rinl ntli nlioii glim tol.inln. In tin' enmity
ml iirobuiu court. OIUci- over luiniiri'
J t)IIS II. MA.tDK. mtonwy-iil-tiiw. Will
lr.in.iet nil liiiilni'M intiiHtnl to Mm
iiuniiith nml oinflilly Cun In- Ininni t lil
il'lre, up.tfilr.i iwmloure i'Ut oftlu1 I'nat til
Ire, Niivuniiftti, Mil. "
KiikIu (jiikfry, pdiiIit-
11 (ttinerv unil li'itiiiiriint, wmt .hlpol tin'
w r , mit:tHMt!K
Piirilpii liiml.lHil mi .lioil imiIIpp.
MII.K V I. MiTtKiiNMi'ilUourcltiti'in
with I'ri .li Milk nirry mornlup .V lining.
r ft it V H.irunniih I,nliri. N'n.
SiArm- KHItiwK Hall tmrthi.iM conn r
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! I III". I Hill It - iii.ii v. ii ni'iiiiuie 'i i inr "Mm
in Z't r ttinxlin-r, - I Itin the city, un t'linliHlly
jttvlluil lo im-'.-t with hi.
I. J. UUA.XJIjI'i It.
T IIiivan, Ser'y. wilp
n fSINH avMinnh I.O'ljfr, No. 71 ,
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I XxLX.Mirli niiintli. tit til a v. All iitlii rrt ill
1 iii 11 1 f .1 ntl i fiL-o 11 fi IrnfM'n ill in itcil lit
Visit im. .10". t ULNMI'lT, W M.
I I . MCt AIHK. fl'CV.
SWAN'S AM ItOVAI, Altt II (,IIAlMi;i, N.t
rvl. Mictji hi ri irnl.ir('iinoraliiMi (mi iIh'm i'-
on t Tlmr-tiUy nf t-uch month, tit 7 cm, uml nn
f Miu t Ii I lint Mil at in a m. All it.nii-aiiioii
ll -yal Art h M iioin lire hi itnl tu im-ti u u-t
W. ii. Un.i.-, II 1'
f.. llllATl)V, Sir'y iml1
Boot & Shoe
.11 A III: Hoot, unit Shop.
Nnrtli .hip I'lililii frijturp,
SAVAVN Ml, Mi.
rilih, iinili-itiigiHil wnlllfl
L ip'pci'iiuii) iiir.i in tin
IKlljlIClhlll hp Will IllUllV - kil'l Htl tllllMl II Mill
Ill) III Hip II 1: T M a r 1.111 a 1. , ulilpli u ill lp
m.i'ti- 1111 mi Mi'irt nntjpp, itinl In tlip IhkIk-sI
tvlp tit thp :irt. ItilMlrinir tipully ilniip anil
tirnintil v titli-niU'il tn. .itlfiirt nil iru.ir.lhlpdt
an l li-niis H'.mji.iliU' A lt)KltAM.
ST. JOSEPH CITY
ON TIME OR EXCHANGE for AN
REAL ESTATE OR STOCK.
Tlic iniilcrHfjucd lint alirick lioimr,
with four rnoiii'', imil lot 40xl."0 fuo',
tin Norlli Sriir-iil fliTct, .St. .lo'i'iili,
M'lnrh lit; III -ell olii'ni lor fif-li or
tin linii". or I'Vhniifrc it lor stoi'k, or
rriil cliili in Ainlii'W I'oiuity. (.'all
mi liiiii. tor fin ilirr putt Uii l:i is, ot'uil.
li-i'(.lit li'llcr, Tiiiiji A.s l'i;iTiiilti:w,
Mav I, l7i!,--im'i.
.'lie Farmer s Insur
ot Atulrow Omnty, will In-uiv I'litin
l'riii('tty In Amlri'W i 'utility. Apply to
tlii-Set'i'i'tai.v. or local Afiit nppointeil
by each (iiaii?!1,
It. 11. TA1.1IOT, rrcslilcnt.
1'. ItitAvniN'. SccrdffV. imlHi
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
CUCSl'V IlUir.lMSO, SAVAXXAH.MO ,
Abstract of Title
To all Lands in Andrew
All IIihIiipkh pprlillnliu I" III'. M. I'.TAT;
in-jmiilly Hllrii'lirt'i. TiiM'M imlil,
uml IiIIp. I'l ificlvil.
Money Loans Negotiated.
sow foii salt:-
No IT.'. iStAi'icH or luiul. twu 111 1 If from
S;iYnnn.ili, till iiu lt-r ft net, t& aW tn iw. 40
iM'iuh tn iH, 3i h) gruif liifn, li uvw ot lilut'-yra-ifl
pHHtur'. rilccHml ti'iim rriwni:ilif .
No, 474, A fcin.ill finin of la tirrvn. nlliui'l.r
lllH'f, :t-t IU-11'H 111 ( UllUallotl, lUt) ll-K IlOU'h,
jrootluill, 7.1 hi c tivt-4, uihI u rli i orntlu r
fi-tiit, Umltc N il. of Ht .los ih rrtc-':HM (tn.
NO. 470, MlLllI 1.IIIU III Hi Ut'lVH, t! Ui'M'-lM
ciiltivulii'ii.lnliLim'iMtl liiuU'r, twulioiiH Hint
ttalilc Liberal toim-.
'o, ITS'. A UTy rlmlct' fann ofliai norc, in
Kiii))iivrr.itii'i amllS r-tih nf HiiiIht. nil un
tier tence, vllhK"u hou4tMinl nut-lmtMliiK.
J".ou per uens on rciiMiuitlilf Urnis.
Hal Kulatc Aycntt Savuannht Mo,
Notice of Final Settlement.
OTIt'i: U lu-rdiv kUpii lo nil crH.ltors nml
xiuiiii'iit iiiuii'tK'i 111 nit- t bi.iic iir foiiii roc,
ilcrctut'il, that I, M Scinl'U-r, Atlmlnisirutor of
41.1 I.I ildlilli. I 111.. nil 111 ltl.lLw I'llli.l t...ltl
IhiTKif at I In1 ni'.t It) lit nt'lht' l'u ball 4nuit of
tlittcouuly of Amlrt'W, In tin -M.u.Mit MBmnl,
to bv hi lil at MtMinniih. MUHourl. nn tlu lti,h
day or.Sviti'inlnr, JfTU. M. M I'lMUJE,
T. WttvAV, Attorney 37g
Grand Squnro and Upright.
I'i iiiii Janii'a l It. K in, 111 ni ii f i:i'K'i A. U'lr-
u-r, iniiiii.mrii iiHiiy mm wriKiv 11111111,
.IclUrmin t'ny, Mu., nflfr riwplng ft
$7mi llUtllllllCllt. SHV.t
''rUnori-m linl iu In rimiiI comlltlon, I nm
W'" I'ImumI Willi It. lUmll )ou iriiiriiiit It
train fc. II. lUMrlilie, Itrnnlngton rurnncr,
,, 1 "Iti'fiiwTiliiif 70o iiltiio.
''Tlinlk'ntti'iriwlviilltliliikt.; nil O. K ,
COlmi flltll' III, li. ultH miir.a.uiitull..n mi.
exccvilt our expe cfullonn, Whllo I ilun't protiM
lotcnjiiilguluthcnwttrr, tlrt. II il.)i', l.iul
immouiiri.lt of n-rrtiTitt louci uml It very
much Ufm win, It," '
. .i-.niiiiiici'iiii'ni.vi?roiii'i,i'ii, iiioiii'vn-mnii-
HaVS!i3 f1' "IK'n rttiirn uri'lmiumul rreltchlrliHricr imlil
T liy nit' (limit).) K. Hunt)) I.0II1 If uiiiAtU-
iHCtory, ultsru U-t trlul or Mm ifay.. I'lauot
... I WMMiitnlfortlxyottrii. Agvult WMti-il, Sunl
- ' ifl im wiiiiuiir, .iiiiri'..,
AM T1A1MTP1T. TP "RU! A TTV
M StniS Wo.tilnino, ,N. wJfr.tr i
COOPER & (iREENLEE.
Miscellan cons Hooks
Building Paper t
Toilet Articles, Notions,
CHOICE FAMILY GRO-
GAIIDEA" SEEDS, -c,
In Itrick Drug Store, (lately occupied by
II. U. l);ibbiti',)oiilh siilo of the public
pialv. Savannah, Mo.
Anril Hi 1875 tf.
It.ijliiM tirrat Mcrcintile CullrKP, Keokuk,
Ioa, on the Mh-U.ipi. NliMtiinlh ar
tmut lty ilollari .iy all i')i'iiM. tor M ni-li-iUlp,
ll'Ui't uml .stuiloiH r . Hook-kcfu-i h,
IV 11 im 11, Itt pitrh itf, Oiii i.ilor-. Airliiticti, mii
i joiv, uihI I im hers InoiouKhiy tlltcil. It.ill
rnntl l.in iiIiu't-l (iooil eltnatmiM. u ni'a
tlotix Huii't t.ill to ailtu'ifrrof Mlltir, Ko
kuk, Iowa Mi
MEL F. BBATTY'S
'I In' v run iikalilt ttialrtniH'iiU jit,t-i rapm'l
tier lir nuwlc.il lit flu ami rxprrluii 11c it In
liiH'.illalniil, 111 In j tnl lor Am itiur uml I'luli-n-wloiml,
atnl an orn.uni tit hi n p trior.
KM IS OCAI.tlY OK'lONK.'IIIOHnriill
u'o..i;maniiii, ki.i;u.m ii;iuNh
uniHVomlcriul Vnilily or tluir Combination
C3"HiiiutIful m v ( i-ntcniiial Mjli'i iuiw lralv
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
'V'.twi W uvhinstiMi, NfvJiTi), V S A.
TUMBLE 1ST FBICBS f
L. 6. WILKERSON,
Sargent & Wilkerscn,
South Sido Sauaro, Savannah, Mo,,
Perfu inery, Notions,
Articles, Paints.Oils. 1
and Dye bluffs.
PUJiE WINES and LTQ
UOIIS, for Medicinal
Physicians' Prescriptions Cure,
fully Compounded at all hour of the
day or niyht by an Experienced and
C2RVE MK A CALL.
LIVE m LET LIVE IS 11? MOTTO.
Savannah, Att'. 20th -tl.
Grand Squaro and Upright
TliU In-tt ininMit i Dip iihwt lianiK)mtnn'l best
t'luno i wr bi'loii mniin Tart in nl In thU rmintry
or Kuropi', lm Iiik tin1 K'lc.itit poiibb depth,
ricbt i uii't obimi'iriimi', roiuMuul wlihn raiu
Inilliaiii'V, i liaiiK hH Mini pel f u t vi'iifK
throughout the i lit In fcalc. iiiiil alior nil u Kiir-
piihi itnrallor, ot oiiinl( the mw r iiml e m
putln'th' iiti.illu oluhlch mwr fluuip.H iimlcr
hemoft ili'liiMti'iiriiowt rMil lotu-h. p.iri- lor-
bill, a lull ib'M'rlpMon ot tlil maffiilOconi iimtru
h:ir no UKi'iitH. lUnn'inbtr jnutiiki'iio rbk In
iiK'iii iii"i"ouni ki(' J ui'rt'
pill i'iiiimI nif oiu' ol luM' I l.I.l.liK I l.l IN
MltL'.Mi;.M ll alli r () lUfiluyMlmt trial It
mou-it iMinatititH-tor thimoinv uii hui nald
ill he n I'Nuib'ii uiKiii it tin n of hifclrunivnt uii't
lu inlit rti.trui p.ii'Iuy !iii uoih Myn. ri.inoj
wartniili'il orf i-ari. Aiblrtm,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
iillis Vu.lili fitou, Xi'W Jrrtrv.l'. S A.
The Lock Stitch invented bv Jilt.
HOWK, mid made on this Machine, is
tho most popular uml durable, in alike
on both sides, nndwill NKITI1KU Hit
NOK It A V K ., and all Sewing Mtichines
are subject to the iiriuciplc invented by
A Machine was needed possessing
Simplicilyand Durability, and adapted
to a creat ratiiro ol'work: 0110 easily un
derstood and comprehended by all. To
pruilttcc sucn a ,ilncliuio lias been tno
study of Klius Howe, Jr., who gavo to
tlic wor lil tiiatirstrpwineiiinciiiiicninrc
than twenty years ago; and now wo offer
iiih nisi jiroiiuciioti n iuiiuiiiuu eiuuiui;'
inn all essential qualities, aud pronouno
THE PEST MACHINE !H THE WORLD!
Pi-rionn from h illntimri ran i.nlir n Marhlm-
with p;rlirt couit'lt'iH'i of lu lnff uhlu lo opi'mte
'V' v." Bocri'siiuny, uyinraui oi iiu'
prlnU-iUiwtnictloiiiithai cwiiipuny turh AU-
'I Uv demand fur Chi
New& Improved Machine
la uniri-dU-ntrl In lh liUturr of Flawing Mu
SEND rOR PRICE LIST.
THE HOWE MACHINE C0.9
ST. LOUIS, MO
For Balo by D. J. THOMAS,
Auuit:o, 'T5 llmt.
J, P. Ceoprr
II. II. Sargent In now prcparcil to
frainu I'ictnrcs us cheap and n well
ns It ciiii bo done anywhere. ilOtf
Vo Icmlur our thanks to Mr. Dr.
Hryant for a basket of nice apples as
u piviMit to our "better-half."
Tho Storm King done considerable
ilniuagu in (i entry county, on the
night of the Koiirlh. Quite a num
ber of limine were more or Ion dam
aged, anil fence, crops. &c., much
Injured by the high wind.
Judge David Davis, of tho United
State Supremo Court, who was the
choice of tho Illinois Democracy for
tho 1'rcsiilritcy, and whoso name
would have been urged upon tho St.
Louis Convention If ho had not for
bidden It, declares for Have J and
Good Jor 60 Days !
Sec what the "Old Reliable"
II. & St. Jo. R. R, and con
nections, will do for you
on this 100 Year Business !
Viii:ui:as. Various notices having ap
peared in the public press throughout
the west, that certain lines would place
on sale, May 1st, round trip tickets to
tho Centennial, fjood only for thirty days
front date, and
Vin:iti:AS, Kvcrjbody knows that
thirty-day tickets are practically of no
account, it is
Ucmlcvl. Ily the Old Reliable Hanni
bal it St. .locph K. H., to place on sale
at Missouri Hiver points, and oilier sta
tions on its line, Kouud-Trip Tickets to
the Centennial, (taking in (ill the princi
put eastern cities.) (i(H)I) l'OK SIXTY."
DAYS 1'IIOM DATi: OK SALE, at the
Urn est rates.
l'or maps, thno tables, or other Infor
illation, apply to (i. X.(,I,AVT()N,
Western Pass. Agent, Atchison.
!. 1'. uml T. A.. Hannibal, Mo.
Thc Kimbnll Organ !
Great Reduction In Prices I
Wo do Positively soli ORGANS at
Regular Rates Choapor than
They can to b:ught Any
Wo Buy for Cash, Wo Can Mako
tho Largest Discounts and
Will do it.
Superior to all others in Touch, Vol
ume and Quality of Tone.
The Best Tho Cheapest Tho
Most Musical of all Organs.
The bet of Organs, and by ils
quick response to the touch conies
nearc-t to Inking tho place ofa piano.
Cnine and examine for yourselves
l-'nr Sale at Wilkerson'a drug More.
Warranted for live vears.
i;. It. CAKIt, Agent.
Miiv 1th, Iluis.
THi: HHADQrAUTKUS FOlt cox
ftvtiotiaik'.s, as it h:is thu imrest and beat
that cmilil ho hail in the city, all fresh
In Cigars ami Tobacco they have al
ready U'conunemled themselves. In or
der to ascoi tain these tacts, call In per
sonally and learn lor yourself.
SI ON OF THE STAR ,
Southeast Corner Public Square,
We prliilcd sale bills last week for
tho sale of personal properly of
lieorgo W. i'adgitt, deceased, at
Fillmore, for next Wednesday, July
20th, Knlckerbackcr, administra
tor. On Friday altcruoon last a nine
year old boy, naincd Henry Ivrctvli
nm, of St. Joseph, was shot through
the head by tho accidental discharge,
of a cartridge pistol. Another little
boy was wilh him at the time, and
they were engaged in cleaning tho
pistol, when it went ofif. Tho wound
is considered fatal.
Hon, David Hca has come out in a
laic letter, cordially suiiDorliiiir Til-
dcu ami lleutlricks.
Cooper & (ireenlec, will sell yon fivo
tpiires of Noto l'aper lor 50 cents; Ku
vclopes, fl cents a bunch and upwards;
Ink, 5 cents a bottle and upwards. Fine
rilinjj Taper a speciality. 47tf
"And Joseph wept aloud, and said
unto bin brethren, 'I am Joseph: doth
my father yot liver' And his broth
ren answered him, saying, 'You bet I
the old man Is doing bully.'" Ho
docs all of his trailiuir at Stiles &
Hardy's, whern they keep such good
(nods at such low prices. You must
go and fee llielr storo too, they Just
beat Iv'ypt all hollow.
You can got inoro for your Wool in
Casli at W.A. l'rlce's than any where
l'l'cachlngat tho Sixth Street M.F..
Church every Sabbath morning at 10J
o'clock; in tho evening at half-past 7
o'clock. Tho public and strangers
arc cordially Invited,
Tho lluffalo Express declare, that ev
ery wull-wlshor of the Republican par
ty can say of tho work of tho Cincinnati
Convention, "Well dono," with hearty
SAVANNAH, MO., THURSDAY, JULY 20,
We Begin to day to
mark down our sum
WK MAKE Ij AUG K
WE MEAN THE SALE TO BE
A PERFECT SLAUGH
and wc shall take care our patrons
will meet 110 disappointment. Our
Hamburg Edgings ntfi, 6, 8, 10, Ifi,aud
2.1c, will surpriso tlicni.
Our Ladle's Hose at 8, 10, 12Jc, aid
Our Ladles Ilalbrlgan Hose are a
Our French Wove Corsets at 75c.
worth SI 00.
Our 120 bone Corsets worth $2 we
sell for 1 25.
Wc ak special attention to our
SUIT HOOM, where Ladles are quite
retired; the Mock in this department
Is reduced ONK TIHIlDIn price! !
Our Orcuadliief. tiro .Slaughtered! !
Our I'nrasols aro Slaughtered! !
We propose to clear out our whole
Summer Stock if l'UICF.S will do
it ! ! !
J. FORTUNE &C0
417 Felix Street St Jo
LOCAL Blii: VITIES.
The organ at Walker's Photograph
gallery, surpasses any that iias ever
been brought to Savannah. The low
price on it surprises every one.
Sixth Street M. K. Sunday School
everv Sunday at half-past 2 o clock.
AVool Is low. but W. A. Price nays
the highest CASH price for it.
Cash liaid for hides, nclts and tal
low, at t lie south side Meat Market.
.Mr, II. P. Alexander, formerly
principal of our public school, but
now of Kansas, made Savannah a
Hying visit on Friday last.
Win. Katlcr was In the citv on Suit-
day last. He is now keeping a Drug
store in llaruard.
A full line of Ladies' ami Cents
Trunks and Valises, at J. J. Miller's,
Kast Side Square.
Ilancrott's Liver Pills arc tho best
fur thl. climate. Sold by Cooper &
(i recnloc. nij-iii.T
Iti-EvTiiki tluii'ii 111.111 uitlismit noilrnil,
Who ni'vir tn hlnifciiriiHtli e.iiil
"Oti, ulint u liruti-1 Inn i- Ih'pii !
Kor m.iny luuif ) i-iiri my pour wife
II.iii U'i-ii stitctiini; auny hiTlili',
Kur u.int ni 11 di-M in mui'lihic.
To alleviate tho wretchedness of
such self accusers, D. T. Thomas, of
Whltesvillc, lias been appointed
agent for tlic Howe. Ask him for it.
A serious accident befel Mrs. John
Stevens, in Holt Co., the 11, On re
turning homo from a visit, in compauy
with three or four other ladies, In getting
out of the wagon, hcrfcet became entan
gled hi her dress, and she fell to the
ground. The largo bono oi tho left leg
was broken about half way between the
knee and anklo. Her ankle was ii'.o
badly sprained, causing her much pain
For cltoico meats of all kinds, go to
Howard's incut market, south sido
Go to II. II. Sargent's for tho cheap
est and best Mirrors, and all kinds of
Picture Frames. 36tf.
Mr. Washington Wren returned on
Saturday last, from a six weeks trip
to San Jose, California, whither ho
went to take his sister, and, also, for
tho purpose of visiting relations who
lived in that section, lie had a very
A fresh supply of Cidkii Vineciau
at Howard's, South Sido Meat Shop.
A prlvato noto from Parker, Informs
us everything is flourishing in that
neighborhood, and every body for
Hayes and W heeler.
Mrs. M, I)empscy,of this city, star
ted yesterday 011 a visit of two orthrco
mouths to PI qua, Olilo,her,old home,
to her relatives and friends.
Put away your crutches and walk.
This is just what any cripple may do
after using Bancroft's Medical DIs
covcry. It is a sure euro tor Jtncii-
inatlsm and Neuralgia. Mossru. Coop
er & Greenlee have tills great remedy
for sale. Atk for Bancroft's Discovery
Nothing can bo fairer HiatMr.Dan
lcl F. lloutty's mode of doing busl
ncss, anil which evinces his confl
denco in the superiority of his Instru
incnts over all others. Ho warrants
his plauoa and orga.n (or six years,
gives a fivo day's test trial, nnd ro
funds money If purchaser Is not satis
fied. By tliii moails his instruments
aro brought into competition with
others, and Invariably come out vic
torious. Address all commutuca
lions to Daniel F. lloatty, Washing'
ton, Warrou county. N, J. Geo ad
July 17, 187(5.
On Saturday, (ho lfith, 0110 might
have seen tho husbandman, the ma
tron, and the maid, wending their
way in the direction ot Liggett
tchool house They seemed lo conic
from all directions ; some on horse
back carrying baskets and buckets;
others in wagons; soi.io 011 foot car
rying well tilled baskets.
A person not acquainted with tho
county would have thought there
wa sotno great market to bosuppllcd
out III tlic bliifl'f." Hut If you had
accoMcd a "grantcr'' one that is wldo
nwakc, no difference where ho camn
from, north or s otith, cast or west, he
would have said, tho grangers aro
going lo have a "harvest least."' At
aiijynto,! will follow that way, for
if I am not mistaken, I will get 0110
"aquarc" meal when I find tho man
MoiKwhero tho harvesters and tho
gleaners arc assembled after their
days work is done,- for all grangers
are wchomcd the leasts,
Sure enough, thcro was a grand
feast. Tho tables fairlygroaucd under
llielr load of viands. It would bo
useless for me to try to describe tlic
different varieties that went to make
up tho tnblo. Thcro were all the va
rieties of cake that I have ever heard
ot, hut "poor cake." That wo don't
have nt tho grangers feast. Thcro
was tho oltl Stand-by, the Pound
cake, Sponge cake, Cold cake, Silver
cake, White cake, Fruit cake, and the
celebrated "Jiiuulc cake." Pies of
all varieties made ofliic first fruits of
Jfo one would expect a feast com
plcto without U13 "yaller" legged
chicken which we had, from the old
fellow that awakes us up in tho
morning down to the 0110 that could
It is needier to say that all enjoyed
the occasion hugely, for if a granger
can't enjoy a "square'' meal, you
need not look any farther, unless it
is at tho printing otlicc. 1 have
heard that printers can mako a "half
moon'' in a pto every time; if so, they
would mako good grangers,
The feast being over, tho mothers
selected different varieties for the
young grangers at homo, who aro
practicing every day to ride tho
"gnat!' nml lung for tho day when
they will bo allowed to try their
skill tit handling old "chap."' They
seem to like every thing but tho
branding iron, which they will not
mind much if they will practice a
Utile at limes, by having tho iron
hot aud touching lightly at first, till
they get use to it.
Political prospects bright in the
Bluffs. Thoe who don't vole for
"Old Hickory" will voto for Hays
or Tihleii. Yours, &c,
Kur ilie lleiuljlir'in.
Remedy for Summor Complaint.
Mu. KniToit : Please give this lit
tle item room in your valuable pa
per, it : a remedy that succeeds
where doctors have failed, and co6ts
but little lo try it. Mothers, do not
neglect your children !
Xow, is the time of year that chil
dren suffer so much from summer
complaint. Perhaps it may not be
generally known that dried black,
berries U almost a certain cure. Let
the fruit be slewed quite done, witlt
plenty of Juice, sweeten, and let them
cat freely of it every day, ami the
complaint will soon stop. It cured
my child after even thing else had
failed. Many little lives may bo
saved, if mothers will heed this fact,
that might otherwise be lost.
Avcrlll Chemical paint, in cans of
ouo quart and upwards, ready mixed,
any color or shade desired, for. sale by
Cooper & Greenlee.
Mf.ssi.-s. Watkhman & Shaw, liavo
just received a carload of No. 1 wagons
which they will soli at seventy dollars
John J. Miller is constantly receiv
ing Men antl Boys Clothing, and
Gents' Furnishing Goads, consisting
of Coats, Pants, Vests, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Shirts, xc, at Bottom
Piucks. Call and see for yourselves.
East side of Public Square.
Professors P. W. KOST and EMIL
This Scliool offers nil the advant
ages of a first-class Musical Edttca
lion. The Teachers aro tho very best
in tho North-west, and will give each
individual pupil their personal atten
tion. Pupils can begin at any time.
For terms of tuition, He, address,
WALTER S. OILMAN,
Opera House Blook,
titO?. JOSXlF, MO.
Jul? 13, 1670 3ra.
General James W. Singleton, a lead
ing Democrat ol Illinois, denounces tho
St. Louis platform and candidates and
"No ono who Is an honest man at
heart over wrote that platform. It was ,
prepared for tho express purposr of
dooming tho people. It is a studied
deception and fraud and it cannot win."
That's just what we say.
Semi - Annual
At a Great Sacrifice, preparatory to
taking Account of Stock !
A. E. McKINNEY.
Thursday, July 20, 1876,
And continuing through the balance of
the month, I will offer
In all kinds of Dry Goods, in order to
reduce stock before taking my usual August 1st
Goods will be reduced fearfully in every Department
Embracing prints, percales, cambrics, muslins, tickings,
shirtings, denims, plain, plaid and striped dress goods, sum
mer silks, black silks, grenadines, black alpacas and Mohair
Victoria lawns, Swiss mulls, lace striped lawns, piques, ta
ble linens, napkins, linen crash, towels, pant linens, jeans,
tweeds, all wool cassimeres, linen basques, and overskirts,
linen, worsted and silk suits, ladies' and children's hosiery,
kid glove's, corsets, handkerchiefs, ties, fans, parasols, dress
I W1LI ALSO OFFER:
25 Llama lace sacques at from 2,75 to 13,50 each; sold last
week from 8,00 to 40.00.
40 children's white pique dresses, suitable for children from
three to eight years of age, at from 75c to $2, which
sold last week from 1,75 to 5,00.
150 ladies' corsets, genuine whalebone, 75ceach, worth $1,25.
12 dozen ladies' genuine Balbriggan hose at 25c per pair,
sold last week at 50c.
15 dozen genuine Alexander kid gloves in opera shades at
1,00, worth anywhere 1,85.
3 cases white corded pique, tlic last we shall probably ever
be able to offer, at 10c per yard.
Thoso in nood of Dry Goods of any kind will do woU to tako advan
tago of tho UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS I now ofler.
Orders BY MAIL will recoivs Prompt and Careful Attention, and Sat
411 and 413
John L. Glazier, job printer of this (
city, removed Ids printing establish-1
mcnt to Bolikow cue day last week.
Ho intends in a week or two to csJ
tabllsh a new paper nt that place to
be called "The Bolckow Weekly En
terprise." Bolckow is a live energet
ic young town, and wo liopo tho
"I'.uterpriso" wilt be liberally en
couraged. Mr. Glazier will be as
sisted by Krcd V. Ashlcv, aho of
this place. Success to them.
Pasture For Stock.
I will take in stock from tho 20th of
this month, having 80 acres of good
Blue-grass. I will let on very reasou
ablo terms good running water in abtin
dano. Six miles North of Fillmore.
EnqulroatParkerP. O. Andrew coqnW
Mo., . F. M. AMMO N.
July 15, '76 -w2.
The State vs. John Lawrence, under
indictment for murder in the first degree
came up in Buchanan circuit court tbia
woek, and forty men empanneled as
jurors, from whom the twelve will bo
Ploaao Your Wife.
This can bo dono by purchasing hor
one of Harrison's Combination Kitch
en Safes, manufactured at the Mis
souri Valley Novelty Wohks,
St. Joe. Wo got one this week, and
know whereof wc speak. It is one of
tho most useful and convenient ar
ticles, combining in one, tho flour
bin (cased in tin, so as to be secure
from rats and mice) sifter, the knead
ing board, the cupboard, ami thrro or
four drawers, for sugar, tea, cofleo
See. Tho cook has everything bo
foro her, without having to
go all over the kltchcu for tho differ
ent articles. Besides it Is a nicely
finished articlo of furniture. See ad
vertisement, and rest not till you get
' On Monday last, John L. Gates, dep
uty Sheriff ot Buchanan county, deliver
ed young Haines to tho jail In Savannah
to undergo trial on tho chargo ot grand
larceny, In Fillmore. Before botng
brca,?nt up hero, ho underwent exam
ination by tho grand jury of Buchanan
as one of tho patties engaged in the re
coil t shooting scrape bolow St. Joseph,
that resulted in the doath of constable
Sullivan, but was cleared of thatclutrgo.
Tho grand jury then found Indictments
against throe ot tho men lor murder In
tho first dogree.
Sabbath School at the Sixth street M.
E. Church ovory Sunday Morning at
, o'clock A. m., Parents and children
, cordially Invited to attend.
Street, St. Joseph, !Mo.
Mr. George Boyls, an aged citi
7.cn liviuir near Flatti: Springs, and
the father of George J. Boyls, when
on his way recently from homo to St.
Joseph, unfortunately lost his stall",
a hickory cane, steamed nml bent,
out of the wagon, lie first missed It
below llochestcr. As tho cauo was
very much prized by him, any ouc
finding same, will confer a great fa
vor by returning it to him or his son
If you wish to purchaso an organ
aud save $50 to $100 go at ouco lo
Walker's Photograph gallery.
Tho 1st quarterly meeting of 'tho
Sixth street M. E. Church will commence
on Saturday, July 22nd, Servico on
Saturday and Sunday, at 10:80 a.m.
and 8 p. m. ; Love feast on Sunday at 3
p. m., Rev. J. II. Hopkins, tho newly
appointed Presiding Elder will officiate
during tho occasion. Public respect
fully luvited lo attend.
Stranso but Truo.
Harry Smith will sell you a Wood's
Mower for (110 00, and mako you
present of an Eagle, or Kcycstouc,
Sulkcy Rake. Koue better.
Tho Soclablo at tho Sixth Street M.
E. Church, on Friday evening 21st,
promises to bo good, as tho ladies
will have refreshments consisting of
Blackberries, Cream, and Cake. No
mistake this time. All are luvited.
A large stock ot Stationary, faucy
and plain, just reclcvcd at Purvi
auccs. 10 w2
The farmers along the Platlo rlvor
aro having extraordinary good luck
iu fishing this year. Tho river
abounds in larger quantities than has
been known for years, probably ow
lug to tho high water. On last Sat
urday morning Joseph Lannlng
caught 101 cat fish hi his trap, at one
time, about two days setting of the
trap. Tho Monday evening previous
ho Iu company with a neighbor took
out seventy-ono cat fish, and four
turtles. And as a continuation of
his good fortune, on Saturday even
ing his wifo presontcd htm with a
fine daughter, which ho considers
ahead of all tho fish I
Most all of his neighbors liavo had
equally good luck iu tho fish lino.
Mr. Ewlng, on tho Fourth, caught In
his trap, morning aud evening, ono
hundred and thlrly-ono cat fish. All
theso fish average from Ave to twenty
Inches In leugtb, aud are splendid
eating. They are so abundant, that
they aro distributed gratuitously
among the neighbors. Who now,
will remember "the poor printer?"
VOL. V., NO. 40
Some exprtMMona of Opinlos by
The reason of our opposition to Tll
den is becauso he Is no longer popular
in Now York, and cannot eary the Stale
against' Hayes next November. Tho'
Xew York pcoplo aro tired of Ttlden-.-
Tilden can't win in Now York. afcus"
You gentlemen out here bare no idea
how the peonle of N. Y. feel In regard to
Gov. Tilden. They know that he to
fatso to the Democratic party, and if ho
Is nominated he will lose the State ol
New York by 60,000 majority. Aid. J.
Reily, N. Y. City.
I think he cannot carry New York
Thoso who claim that ho Is unassailable
do not know him, or II thoy do, then
they aro quite as dishonest as lie is. Ho
has been counsel for all tho broken-down
corruptions with which New York has
been afflicted for a long term of years,
and out ot them ho has not come with
clean hands. August Belmont.
I say frankly that tho greenback Dem
ocrats of Iowa will support Tilden un
der no circumstances. A capitalist wgrth
$7,000,000, a speculator in rjllroauTand"
In railroad bonds, who shamelessly ex
pends money and uses the machinery
ot political corruption to scotiro his own
nomination, in a manner unprecedent
ed even in these corrupt times, is not
the man needed by the laborers, me
chanics. Grangers, nnd greenback men
to wort n reformation, Henry Clay
Under no circumstances that could be
imagined would wo accept Tilden. II
Tilden should unfortunately receivo tho
nomination, Hayes wonld beat him In
Ohio by 60,000 to 70.000 majority, and
in Indiana he would bn beaten lroni 20,
000 to 25,000 majority. If any other
man that has been named should be
nominxted on a platform declaring in
lavor of an immediate repeal or the
Resumption act, we can carry Ohio by
25,000 majority. Wo would not even
accent Tilden on a platform with that
plank in it, because tho man and the
iilatform would neutralize each other.
leu. Steedman, of the Ohio delegation.
I am confident that Tilden cannot
carry any of the October elections, and
do not see how the Democrats can af
ford to loso Ohio and Indiana. Gov.
Tilden would be an objectlonablo can
didate on several grounds, among oth
ers his record in 161. I do not believe
tho Democrats could elect any man who
was Identified with the promulgation
that the war was a nii'urc. The young
men of the country should not be in
duced to support such a candidate on
such a platform. Gen John M. Pal
mer. THE CONFEDERATE FLAG.
An Effort lo raise it at Oronogv, Jasper
county. Mo. lrmrd Union Men Com
pel the JtebeU to Abandon their Pur
pose, Onoxoco, Jasper County, Mo.,Julr
Cth. This place, in common with
the rest of tho country, appropriately
celebrated the Centennial Fourth, and
every thing would havo passed off qui
etly and pleasantly had not the old rebel
spirit ot Democracy asserted itself, and
came very near changing a peaoetu.1
celebration into a bloody riot. A few
Northern Copperheads. Arkansas and
Missouri rebels, met together, proclaim
ed that thev would not celebrato under
the "Black Republican Rag" (as the ex
pressed It,) and painted illag and made
iirrangenents to march through thotown
singing Dixie, and then raise it in a con
This was at first thought lightly of by
the Union men of the place, they not
dreaming that any one would attempt so
foolish and wicked a thing In Missouri,
until the flag was completed and tho
party had met in a business house pre
paratory to marching out.
Then" tho Union spirit of tho people
was fully arrouscd, and alter remon
stranco and argument failed, being mot
with tho threut that whoever interfered
with the rebel programmo raunt tako tho
consequences, tho Union people armed
themselves with pistols, ritles, &c, and
gave the rebels to fully understand that
tho first mau who attempted to hoist the
rebel flag on the soil of Missouri would
be shot down. It was only by such t
determined course that this outrags was
Pleading and remonstrance did no
good, and only tho preponderance of
numbers saved this place from outrage
and bloodshed. For if theso rebels had
persisted in their project the streets of
this placo would havo been dyed with
A few war democrats from tho East
who have settled in Uds county joined
in with tho Republicans and asserted
that if this was Democracy they would
have none of It and wero ready to assist
in preventing the outrage of unlurlding
again tho rebel flag upon the soil .of
To thoso in tho East and the quiet
citizens ot St. Louis who believe that
the rebel spirit Is dead In Missouri, I
would aik them to travel through somo
parts or Missouri aud they will Tie fully
satisfied of their error. It shows iUelt
wherever there is a prospect of success
to the Democrats, and it only
needs a National victory to that party
lo causo it to run wild.
Washington on Patronage.
"You cannot doubt my wishes to see
you appointed to any office ot honor or
emolument In the new government, to
the duties of which you aro competent;
but however deserving you' may be ol
the oieyou have suggested, your stand
ing at the bnr would not justify my nom
ination of you as an attorney to the Fed
eral District Court in preference tnaoafe
ol the oldest and most esteemed gener
al court lawyers in your own State, who
aro desirous of the appointment My
political conduct to nominations even
li 1 wero uninfluenced by principle,
must bo exceedingly circumspect and
proof against just critlchm ; for the eyes
of Argus are upon me, and no slip will
fiais unnoticed that can be improved
nto a supposed partiality fur friends or
This was tho answer which George
Washington roturned when asked to ap
point his nephew. Ilushrod Washington,
to office. In this Centennial year U
would be well lor the nation It lU rul
ers would recall tho examplo of the flirt
President In the matter ot appointment.
A Now Amuaeaaeat
The latest amusement Is termed tee
"Printer's Delight," and Is performed (a
the following manner t Take una sheet
of noto paper, fold It up carefully, aa4
incioio a oauK note sumcionuy ixe e
pay all arrears and a rear ! sutraae.
And what adds immensely le, a
feat 1 to send along the nan. of a lev'
subscriber, with the cask ' to i, kalaMav
Keep your eye on the prater, aad It jee
uewct a smiio LBS UK a