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mmymmm tM aftHHMeM in
"mn! WRtUw.Wrrti irhMR Iks-V, held
c.Wii litiwwi for Ike two lul
ytrs,it )Hfa feeHnf of MdnM
twtnrU m tWtfeMiow. Wnen I pur
efcilU'fteNe. fn Xorrabcr,
3JW4, litMHM I wm tmneiillr l-
k.'v i . wmr saw j
L-nr ' .csauviiairaii
ceordlnglj'. But th
aT kttial nM I lio
. Ji-yi;id-fcwr eauK, against
' which iMmt" raUww and fore
tfhl MWl;tMt pretMe, and the
dMl)tiiKMKtiliitr m' to the
pHMkifmiltiSm. flrtting' .l-titer In
lite fettMtafeptacc,, all lojether
mjMltffmi t-.i'i kpcnicnt on me,
to MMWtlMrrtKBlly to sell at
a Mr- price. m4tk a mora jromI
Irijr ktUi eUewhera. "
Whaa I took, ctarge of the office,
iu aMVtlMi to the pled or pub
lUblsff a tevRd republican paper, I
late. It skoal "be my effort to
gie tk JrptrfttittMi u elevated roar
aliotM to east Us iuflnenee on ttie
Me of rf.lg.ou and temperance, and
all that Ja ennoWlnjr In character;"
and, ,'14 God gtres ui tosee tlio right,
stsnall It belts endeavor to pursue
(t ;" and now, in making what I might
almost call, an unwilling farewell to
thoie.wbo Lic leu my friends and
supporters,' however much I may
hiie lacJfedin ability, Ifcnr not their
JudgTa'cutas to' tlio fidelity with
which I'naVo adhered, or endeav
ored to adhere to, these principle.
In the.terme ef tho tale .the tub
acriptloWltetlteroBiea (he; propeity
of Mr. Kjiuj(aml he .carries out the
advcrttiemcnli accordlng'to i contract
fur m.benelteieept' city locals, ao
that say patrons' subscriptions con
tinue strilgtl forward.
I hoM(ny Vaeeetsor may recelro a
liberal paironagtt anil bo 'abundantly
eutafi, and tho paper' more ably
and flciently conducted, and in
crease In circulation and usefulness.
With the beat withes to patrous
and friends, I bid tliem adieu.
U Fbaxcis M. Taylor.
4t u . u. rssa
" To the public, we desire to annouce
that tlie. Bo publican has beenpurchacd
for tlio pnrposb of publishing the An
drew Xkmnttf Advance. The Advance
to be devoted to the local interest of
Andrew County, and to the Beat Estate
bun mm. .
The Ewrekueof this office, has ma
terialljr chanced our original designs on
regard to our political course. The
parties are represented in the county by
the Reporter and Democrat. We have
no desire to interfere with tbe field ot
either, or encroach on what they may
deem their, grounds. We will simply
confine oorselrea to a local paper, and
the Uuineta we Lave chosen ; and shall
exercise that Independent and Indivi
duality, which ia Decenary to every
go'efeiiWB. With oar neighbors in
lhe newspaper bnUnea, we will try to
exercise that dignity, and courtesy
which , shoold characterize all pure
JonrntMsts. Geo. E. Kiso.
Another' ease has come before tho
people, which brings the discussion ol
capital .punishment to the suriace.
John'; Lawrence cc Ht.ccuDty, has
been found guilty of murdcr of tho first
degree, and Judge Grubb has sentenced
him to be banc m the 30th day ol next
April. The writer wishes bore to enter
Ins protest against this barbarous and
unhurann practice. Kocase in1 history
or traUUIon, has ever been brought to
the notice of the writer, the punishment
for which would justily the taking of
lire, -if' John Lawrence committed the
ileed.'ior: which in all probability, he
forteit- hu life, he committed
' "great crime, and one fpr which he
should be severely punlihed ; but if we
by' outlaws, eause lilm to be hung, wo
commit a deed equal In Its enormity to
that which Lawrence committed. One
man has no right to take the life of an
other i ten men bare not that right, and
neither has a commonwealth. It Is
matter of regret, sore regret
that so many who claim to le
followers c that meek and lowly 8a.
riot, arc so loud In their willingness to
hang convicts orcii on trivial offenses,
The example ol tbU Personage, is in
direct' antagonism to this unhuman
practice. There was case of murder,
wilUulyftnd premeditated tbe punish
tueoi of whbdi came under the direct
sentence ot the Supreme llclng. lie
never passed the death pcralty, but
he branded pain with his displeasure
audi vanlkhad lifm tu n iltint lanit
And' now at this date ol eullchtmcnt,
In this Uud of religion, nf charity and
broiherly love, wo eland back In our
purttj' (earful lest we be polluted qy the
toueh, of the.lrembllng wretch's gar
ments, and we retoeo him that mercy
for wWob.we will aH be Mipplleanu at
tbeiQreat WUt Throne. How can
hUMMity.expeet Mercy for themselves
while they vefeM K to their lellow
' .tTbe Unjut eapUal panUhmeet Isbe-
ijAi.lflS,JHwaf with In saany parte pi
the eevstry. Iowa has or nearly low
years had this MeM .taw'strleken from
Mr tMtete books, ad kbe ratio of crime
ts lee m WmU eouirtry than when the
lewwae hi forre. Several other elates
have aboHshsd tbe law wHh equal sue
eee.1 And the time Moot tar distant
when K will eatr be keown In history,
as marking a era ot advaeeemont.
JohaLawreaee etaada convicted on
elmmstaatlal evidence. The mot tin
eertaln ofall evidence. Ilietorv It lull
4 cases wherein Innocent men bald the
penally for a crime of which they were
Te do not know John Lawrence.
Oar appeal le for humanity in general.
We Will gladly hall the day when that
otftoua law Is ftilcken from onrstatutrj.
We would be glad to see this doomed
Man reeciretho kind words from his
fellow man that Jesus gave to tho err
Ing: ' We would like to see htm pun
ished in the way consistent with the ob
ject of all punishment, that Is In such
Manner as, to produce a reformation,
If Vie duty of hanging a man devel
oped upon private Individuals instead of
she commonwealth the work would nev
er be done. It it easy enough to con
template cases In tho abstract In the
Lelslature. If Legislators could wit
ness the details of their enactments no
such law would bo on our books. Let
our Law mtkers this wlutor look Into the
experience ol other states and countries
and tee whether or not they cannot con
sisteally do what progress ' is pointing
oat will be done.
TacPeople In lhe Eastern slates,
are of the opinion. that tho society of
Missouri la very bad. TheJamcs
and Younger boys, and guerillas du
ring tbe war, have given the state
tuch n bad name in the East, that
special effort will havo lo be made be
fore .this erroneous Impression can bo
removed. When a cliaiieo visitor
from tho East passes through the
Platto Purchase, he is astonished
that he had not heard of thU country
long ago. Here tro aro with a coun
try uusurpasscd In natural resources,
tlio 'best toil, market, climate, but
witli less evidences of wealth than
tome of the New England Mills.
What is needed to mako times good
lieru? Katuro could uot be asked to
do moro. Down tho belt of laud
belonging to Atchison, Topckn &
Santa Fo Road the pooplo are poring.
Will any ono contend that any por
tion of Kansas is equal toour laud?
Kansas has suffered repeated disasters
from drouth, 'grasshoppers, ami yet
the labor of that road is overcoming
all these. Texas Is now looming up,
Mn desirable country. The M. K. &
T. it directing a large (migration to
that1 country. Done by effort. If such
can bo accomplished with tlicso coun
tries shauld not much more bo done
with a country as flue as ours? En
courageuuut to any outorprlsc which
for its object has tho nccnniptlslitnont
of thefo results should bo given. We
ask tho pcoplo of Andrew County to
subscrlbo for tlio Adeaixx and scud
it lo your eastern frlcndi. Wo shall
tell them moro about jour country,
than you would be willing to under
"It will not mako the sllglilcrt differ
ence In the result whether Governor
Graver glrcs Watt his certificate or not.
for be certainly has ni pover to five it
to any one else, Jand the only tnectl
wltholdlng It would be to create a va
cancy In tho Oregon Electoral College,
which vacancy nndor tho laws oUhe
State, must be filled by the remaluing
Electors, which has been done so that
Governor Grorer has no jurisdiction In
the case, and tbe assumption that he or
any one else can fill the place ot Mr.
Watt is simply a ragan and a hallucin
ation of some crazy beaded politician."
at. Louis DUpstdi,
The Law on tho Subject.
"The Electors ol President and Vice
President shall convene at the scat of
government tbe first Wednesday ol De
cember next and after their election tA
tho hour of 12 of the clock at noon ol
that day, and if thorn shall bo any Va
cancy In the office of an Elector, occas
ioned by beating, relusal to act, neglect
to attend, or otherwise, tbe Eloctors
I) re lent shall immediately proceed to
nil. ny -vtve voce" and plurality of
votes, such vacancy la the Electoral
College, and when all tho Electors
shall appear, or tho vacancies otany
shall hayoboeu filled as above provl-
ueu, sucn Electors shall proceed to
perlorm all the dirties required of them
by the Constitution of tho United
General Laws of brocon. See. 69.
Page 8. CfiAUKcer I. Fillev.
The manv friend nf EMr P ir nn..
blo and family will bo pained to learn
ol tho dent'- of lusoldesnlauchtcr. Mrs.
Kliza Towner, which cecured at Ma
con i;ny, mo., iuesdav last-
The deceased wm Imm MirM. oo,i
181G and was married to Gen. 1.. Tn.
cr about six years ago. About two
years since mat areaU disease, con-
sumption, was develoiwd in her system
ami irom that tinio until hir death she
suuercti intensely. Blio was a contin
ent member or tlm nhrlsilnu imr..i.
and bore her sufferings with creat for-
V..T ""K micoiimi w uiu Jim.
. r "lbbl0 n tur Macon on
Wednesday mornlncr to attmul ilm in...
(Holt Couity Btntlml.)
a Kiruuger who arriroc ncro on
Saturday altornoon by private convey.
ance. and who registered at tho lrl.
Hotel as O. W. Flint, whilst tallnga
lunii, itan wo nitftioriuno
to loso his pocket-book containing 9221,
lie returned to tho hotel and gave the
alarm, and several of our citizens com
menced a diligent search for the miss-
jng treasure, Mr. Hint agreeing to re
ward tbe finders by pavincr all In tho
pocket-book over $200. After a short
scarcn tne pocket-book was found In
ina possesuoa oi Mrs, ,iuer, who re
sides in the east part or town,' who had
picked It up on the sidewalk between
tbe hotel and Buskin's corner. The
lady promptly returned the pocket
book to the men searching for It, and
Mr. FHet at promptly paid the reward.
i m uarwy aecesaary .to say mat Mr.
. wons on turn way rejoicing.
The Oold, Indicator.
Amid all the political turmoil, which
ts agitating the country, that great
barometer ol the business publlo, gold,
steadily decline, showing that In Uiu
minds ol those that aro tamlllar with
tho monetary and commercial Interests
oftheconntry. there Is no apprehension
that a storm of civil war will sweep
over tlio land, but on tho contrary,
whichever party candidate shall eventu
ally occupy the Providential chair, the
peoplo will acqulesco, and business will
go ou as usual. 11 Is truo, that the de
cline In gold Is duo to purely natural
monetary and commercial laws. The
caiiM, In brief. Is that wo are selling
moro to foretirn countries of our domes
tic productions, chli'lly cotton, tobacco,
I - I .i ..rr. I , '
manuf.ictMrvd nrtlcloi. than wo aro Imv-
injr ol their commodities, nnd even itltur
making duo allowance for the Interest
on our obligation held nbroad, and for
freight money paid to foreign ship own
er, there U n bnlanco In our favor. At
thU season ol theyear our shipments of
cotton, brcadstuffs and provisions aro
always large, and this year they nro
unusually so, nnd these shipments fur
nlsh4ho basis of moro exchangj thnu Is
wanted to pay lor goods which wo In
port. Tho consequence Is, that ster
ling bills nf exchango are at such a
discount that it nava forclcn bankers to
tend gold over here from Europe to buy
such bllU. Money In Loudon Is worth
only HQ 1 1 per cent per annum, these
being the rates at which discounts nro
made in the open market, while tho
tlit n Ir rf livlAn1 hIa lei nnli' lan liar
'" v aiiiisa ttatjv s m wiiij iiiw iiui
cent, which Is us low as it can be, nnd
It lias been At this figure lor nioru Hint!
a year, with no prospect urnn advance.
Now, by shipping specio to New York
to buy sterling exchange, foreign bank
ers can make lQli per cent In 60 days,
or at the rate of C9 percent pernunuin
Instead of IQi per cent which It would
yield them tit home. This Is why specie
Is coming so rapidly that tho accumu
lation ururcsscs mo mantel iu acw
York. TliqlmpnrtnofspecIutii.it week
were nenrlv 93.00U.U00. nnd on Monday
of this week 1,000,000 In American urold
was withdrawn from the Hank of Knu
land for shipment to New York. Tlili
movement is llkuly to continuo all
through the month of December, nnd,
probably, with perhaps a temporary In.
temmtlbn about the first of January, in
to the spring months. So that it Is not
only tlio nrniile present supply, but the
prospective Increaso which ntfects the
maiket. Now, It there was any wldo
spruad fear th.it tho peace of tho country
would uo broken, tiiero woiiia nc a
hoarding demand for gold which would
take tlu surplus off tho market, and
cause tin ndvauco iu the face of tbe na
tural causes for a decline, It is truo
that there Is sonic little demand or that
character here; it is not from business
mcu, however, but Imm a few Individ
uals whose iears and caution exceed
their Judgment and discrimination. If
there- was really any cause for alarm,
who would bo quicker to see and net up
on it than the controlling spirits of
Wnll street? Mou who watch every
event in this country, and every other,
to turn in to some speculative account.
lnu public h.is no inJleatiou or tho ex
istence nl a war fever, 'lhe peoplo of
neither section want n civil strife.
There nriy be a few Iwt bends who cry
lor bloodhut even they hnve no l.irgo
amount of their own, while they would
uo wining to sucit, of en it mere was nny
vkh cnttsj for It, while the creat mass
ol the people nre not going to alluw
weir country to he plunea into a war
on a mere pretext Wo havo too re
cently supped on horrors to have tm ni-
icttto lor more. I imreiore it H sno to
nfer that the courso of market fur sold
is a truo indicator of the public feeling.
Prof. S my I lie was onco lecturing
on natural philosophy, and in the
course of Ids experiments he Intro
duced one of CaiTiiigton'R most pow
erful magnets, with which licnt
trnclcd n blcck of iron from u ills-
tnuce of two feet.
"Can any of yon conceive a greater
attractive power?" the lecturer de
"I ken," answered n volro from
"Not a natural terrestrial object?''
Tlio professor challenged the man
who had spoken to name the thing.
Then up rose old Sctli Wimlel.
Uo was a genius in ids wuy, and
original. Said he:
"1 ken give ye the facts, .squire,
and ye cmi judc fur yourself. When
I were a young man, t liar were a lit-
tic piece ot tmtcrnl magnet, done up
In kallker and dimity, ns;wns called
Betsey Jane. Sho could draw nic
fourteen miles every Sunday. Sake
alivol It were lest as natcral as til-
din' down hill. Thar wa'n't no re
sistiu' her. That ere tnairiiet o'
yoorn Is pooty good, but 'toln't a
circumitauco to tlio one 'at draw'd
Washington was married, but had
no children. Adams was married,
and had ono sou, whom he lived to
see President. Jefferson was a wido
wer; his wire died twenty years be
fore his election. They had six chil
drenall daughters of whom only
two of them ittirvlved iiilnncy. Mad
ison was married; but had iiochll-
di cn. Ills wife was the most elegant
woman that ever adorned the Presi
dential mansion. She survived, and
was. for many years tho nrldo of
Washington society, having lived to
listen to Henry Clay's farewell speoch
in the Senate. Mouroo wns married,
and so wns John Qulncy Admnt.
Jackson was a widower, nnd so wcro
van Huron and Harrison. Tyler was
a widower when ho entered office.
but toon artcr married the hniruit,
Miss Gardnnr, of this city. Ho wus
the only President that married du
ring lilt term of office. Polk w is n
married man, and his wire survived
him a number of years. Cciinrnl
Taylor was a widower. Plerco was
a married man, but Buchanan wns n
uacnetor. '1 lie 'social condition of
tuch men as Lincoln, Johnson, and
Grant need uo roftircneo, oxcopt to
add that Grant is tho first President
who m a daughter married while
The main bulhtlnff of tho Intcrnatlon-
al Exlbltlon, at Philadelphia, was pur-
cnasou by the International Exlbltlon
Company recently, for the sum of $250.
000. Other bulldlntrs. llmt cost In con.
structlon over two millions, were sold
lor less than three hundred thousand
Mrs. Lydia Hasti.niis rends
to-night. Sho it highly commended
From a great heart soeret magnetisms
.u,.T.au,i,iij iu urew great event.
now a Community Oomo near be
8iturrtay night Professors
Wilght and llriitow, two blind men
from Rock Port, Mo., gavn a musical
ontcrtalnmcot nt tho court liouso In this
cltV. flntv M Fituf niir.iiia w.m - .
and It was rather a tame affair; but at
IU conclusion there was one ol tho most
exciting episodes over witnessed In Or
egon. At a catchqtonny Inducement to draw
an nudlonce, tho Protestors hail an
uounccd throned hand-bills that at the
conclusion of the concert n guitar would
bo voted to the handsomest ttdy pres
ent, nnd a enne to tlio laziest mail.
Accordingly, whon the concert was
over, nn Informal ballot was taken lor
thoirultar, at which only gentlemen
wcro permitted to vote, Tills ballot re.
suiicii ns iniiows: Jliss Carrie Nels2s
Miss Soodie Collins 3; Miss Alllo Krcok
2; Miss Ulancho While 9; nod Miss Em
ma Dry-den 21.
It wns announced that each vote
would cost ten cents nnd every gentle
man could vote ns olten as he pleased
or ni long as his money lasted.
.Mesjrs. W. O. Melntvro, T. C. Dun
gan anil Wm. Glide were chosen Judges
nnd the run nommoncud.
It was evident from the start that the
contest would be between Misses Dry-
llnil mill Whltjv Mmt ll,n flr.t
incut ol the state ot the 'polls" showed
.Min Dr.vilen tn luvo 28i, and Mils
White 242. Balloting wns resumed and
nt tho second ntinnunntnnnf . Alias lt..
den was still fotty vote ahead the
vute being Drydrn 3.12, Whlto 292. At
this point MLs White's friends made n
oritn.l mill 111 liar lu.l.nlf mm., !. .
n. ...... .....j ... ..... uw...... ...... iiva,
announcement showed Drydcn showed.
I a art .,. ,. aa.
iryiiun hz, untie oix.
This nrrouscd thu supporters of Miss
Drydcn and they made a gallant eflbit
to bring their favorite once more to the
front. II lit Miss Whlto'a Iriends were
equally determined and the next an-
niultiromnnl a!im..l I,ai lui atlll
nheail nnd gaining, as follows: Dryden
On tho filth announcement, Miss
White still was onn liinnlr.-.l vntot In
tlio lead three hundred additional
votes having been cist for each or the
conte.itnnts nnd tho vnto standing Dry-
iicii y.', none io,4V.
Thu samo lead was maintained by
Miss Whito on the sixth minutinci inent.
whon the voto was: Drydcn 1U2, Whito
At thin nnftit 4li a ilni.liitti.1 UaMl-nt
bonks of the gentlemen develojied the
tact tint the battle must soou cease, for
wantofnuimunitlnn; but each party made
ngaiinnt struggle tlio ius: nickel wns
rpninr.r,liale ntrlllnil 4)hIh, tlm m.,.
-.lCi.lnft lrril(.il tn rf.ni.lvn linlm Iw.a.tai
coats, etc.. in pawn for the p.iyment oi
ndditioiinl votes, the balloting cloned
nitti tno tinal vote wns anuounccil
Dryden 1442. Whito 1792
Miss White thns became tho recipi
ent of the guitar, which, as will bo seen,
coit 0323 10!
In a very noat and appropriate
speech, Mr. Andrew Kreek presented It
to tho lady, by whom It was gracefully
The voting, by tho ladies, of n cane
to the luziiMt min. va miliar iilrltl..a
and Mr. James Cummins was an easy
HALF HADmOTBBEN TOLD.
New York, Deo. 7. The dimensions
of tho nwfnl calamity which has befall
en the City of Brooklyn in tho destruc
tion olits principal theater by fire mid
tlio consequent loss of life have not yi t
been realized. Enough is known, how
ever, to make it certain that tlio catiitro
nlio ranks nniong the most fatal of the
kind ever recorded.
Accordinir to the statements of all
parties weo profess to know ntiMhinr
ns to thu origin nt the fire, it began oh
the stage. J lie Dullness manager, Mr.
lingers, says that n piece of canvas out
of which trees, etc., nre nmilo was bro
ken Irom its fattcnlurs, and hiiui; from
the Hies immeilintoly over ono ol tho
border lights near thu center of the stago.
Thcrnnwii had beuu to smoulder
and paint on it lo cnioklu vnd the car
penter was directed to nsctnd to one of
the grooves and remove the dangerous
object. Ho could barely reach it with
Ills hand, and he drew it Jmstilv un.
Tho rapid motion through the air of tlio
iiiMi-iyniied anil Highly inllanuuablo
canvas oamed it to burst into flame,
which rapidly spread to the adjoining
material equally susceiiiiuiu. All el
torti to extinguish the names wero abor
tive, nnd I nc carpenter had to retire to
save his own lite. Tho sceuo in tho
gnllerv nfter tho alarm was raided is
descrilied as something horrible to
Up till noon to.ilav 310 bodies had
been removed. Of these ,'9 nro Identi
fied, some by remnants ol clothing re
maining, others by wtitclies, chums, nnd
such articles, but "few by features. The
actors, Claude Burrows nnd Harry S.
Aliirilocli, are among tlio Identified.
hat nre accepted ns the bodies of tho
two actors are simply two black cinders.
Atomic! the trunk of one was n sooted
nnd scorched buckskin undershirt, and
beside lhe other wnsn piece of braid, ap
parently a portio ol a stago dress.
A. M Palmor, ono of tho lessees ol
of the theater, gives tho lollowing state
ment of nuniners ol persons lo the thea
ter Tuesday evening : Four hundred and
livo persons In thu upper gallery; 300
lei-sons iu mo iiresH circle: i-w persons
in tho iiariiiiclte : 21 nrtors nnd sneak
ing people; 20 supernumeraries; 10
stage hands ; 12 musicInn-totnl 1,018.
or. Including dressers nnd other subor
dinates, in nil about I.OoO persons.
A fault in the construction of the bur
ned builillncr, and olio to which there is
reason to believe the drcadltil loss ol
liro In tlio gallery is In n largo measure
attributable, was thu use of painted eloth
for the ccilluz. Tho canvas cauirht eas
ily aud burned rapidly. Ol courso thq
uamcs luuoweu u to tlio ventilator at
the top. making tho domo a funnel of
fire rlgnt over the hcttds ol the people
In tbe galliries. It seems moro than
probable that tlio sinoko and tiro in the
midst of which they wcro thus placed,
destroyed tho lives of many persons,
who might else have escaped, oven by
thu inadeqtiatu stairway provided for
The Now York Observer Is out with
Its prospectus for tho fifty filth year. It
is a largo paper or the lirst class, and
should be in every family In tho Innd.
Those who do not take it should send
for a specimen copy at once, or better
yet, should send the price for a venr.
Any person desiring a comprehensive
weekly newspaper filled with Just the
news that evcrv lami'v wants, nnd f..
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f Savannah, Nor. 80, 1874.
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and Corn, for which the hlghojt e.tsh
prlco will bo paid.
W. A. Prlco wants Hides, Furs, Pelts,
Tallow, Wax, Lard. Butter, Eigs Bags
nnd Wool, lor which tho highest cash
prico will bo paid.
Bring all tho Hides nnd Furs you can
scare up to W. A. Prico. Now Is the
time I will pay a good price.
No. 1 l.-iko Silt $.' 3 ), No. 2
por barrel, at W. A. Prluo's.
Nuts and Fruits.
Chestnuts now, Grand River Hickory
Nuts largo, Green Apples, Dry Peach
es and Apples, Silt Iiko PimuIioi new,
New Currants, now Dates mid now
Prunes, at W. A. Price's.
ISO Bozos splendid new Honey In thu
comb. Boxes weighing 6 to 12 pounds;
also strsnd Honey at W. A, Prtcu't.
All kind ofJellles and Can Fruits at
.V, A. PricVt.
Fresh New Oranges, Citron and Dates
at W. A. Price's.
f Buckwheat KhKir.
Nuw Buckwheat Flour, Graham
Flour. XXXX Fall Wheat Flour.
Spring Wheal Flour, fresh on hand all
tho time nt W. A. Price's.
Best XXXX Fall Wheat Flour 12 85,
best XXXX Maryvlllo Knnsas Spring
Wheat Flour $2 AO, fresh now Corn
Meal nnd IiUh Potatoes at W. A,
rem niM bitmb m raauc.
DR. C. MPLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
colored, with occasional flushes, or
circumscribed spot on one or both
checks ; tliceycsbecomcilull ; the pu
pils dilate ; an azure semicircle runt
along the lower eyelid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds;
a twcllingof the upper lip ; occasional
headache, with humming or throb
bing of the ears ; an unusual secretion
of saliva ; slimy or furred tongue ;
breath very foul, paiticularly in the
morning; appetite variable, some
times voracious, with a gnawing sen
sation oft!iestomach,nt others, entire
ly go ie ; fleeting pains iu the stomnch ;
occasional nausea and vomiting ; vio
lent pains throughout the abdomen ;
bowels irregular, at times costive;
t tools slimy ; not unficqiicntly tinged
with blood ; belly swollen and hard ;
urine turbid ; respiration occasionally
difficult, and accompanied by hic
cough ; cough sometimes dry and con
vulsive ; uneasy and disturbed sleep,
with grinding of the teeth ; temper
variable, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
nre found to exist,
DR. CMVLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MBRCUIIY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing Jhe slight
est injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. M9Lane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C.
M'.'Lane and Fleming Bros, on the
wrapper. : o :
DR. O. SKPLANE'S
These Fills aro not recommended
as a remedy "for all tbo ills that flesh
is heir to, but in affections of tho
liver, nnd in all Bilious Complaint.
Dyspepsia, and Sick Uoadache, or
diseases ol that character, they stand
without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can bo used pre
paratory to, or after taking Quinine.
As asimplepurgatiro they aro un
equaled. BEWARE Or IMITATIONS).
Tbcgenuino aro never eugnrcoatcd.
Each box has a red wax seal on tho
lid, with the impression Du. MP
Lane's Liver Fills.
Each wrapper bears tho signatures
of C. Ilf Lane and Plihiho Bros.
Bold by all rcspectablo druggists
And country storekeepers generally.
Boot & Shoe
And Dtol.r In READY
MADE II..U odh.
North Public Siutsrc ,
TIIK uniltf rfligmil would
ri'-pi ctriiU) In lot in Hie
'libllftthat hr vrttl nlwA)'H kfpp till liuml itnuii
il ul tbe IIkst M at Kill I. , which will lit
note up nn nhort nullci', ami in lhi lilKhi'd
tt. of tin. urt. ItepnlrluK iH'nlly ilone una
riirupllyiiltrnilrilln. HulNfucllnn Kiiiirnntccl
tndurmtuktoualjle, A. UUKU3AM,
Holt county has ngaln revived the
gold excltemont In tho neighborhood oi
Oregon. Crowds of curious peoplo aro
are said to flock, every Sunday, from nil
parts of the county to tho diggings,
which, since their discovory, nhout two
years ago, havo developed hut slender
results. Levi Crouscr, tho proprlcter
of tho land on which the gold Is said to
exist, has a strong and abiding faith In
the ultimate success ot hl labors. It
appears that tho search lor gold In this
locality was first prompted hy tho splr
tu.illstie revelations of a clairvoyant.
Gold In very small quantities has, it is
safiybecn nctually found there, and the
Holt County Sentinel mentions the Hurt
ing of a blood stono In the mine, which
they sent to Now York nnd told for
thirty dollars. Tlio Sentinel man, how
ever, docs.not express tuut fulth In the
ultimate del elopment of wealth Id that
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF .
Wholesale and Retail,
204 and 206 Second Street, Between Francis and Jule Streets,
ST- JOSEPH, MISSOUlil.
V3T Alsttt .MOrtnimt TRAVEMMI ll.tlis nmt
The Public wilt liud a good assortment
AT TIIK STOKE OF
E. ML MITCHELL
OF PUBLIC SQUARE.
SA VAJYNAH, MO.,
Prices as Low as any
House in tho West.
Cash buyers will find it to
their Interest to examine
E. HI. MITCUELl
Savannah, April 30th, 1875.
John w. Ogl-, Alfrtit U. Oglr, A-t
in mil I). V uli r, nrnl Ui ornr Y- j
uir ner nusntinil, i.coriri t. )lr,
minor, hy hU gllilnlluu iin'l rll
stgr,U'illUni 11. Allen, (.Uluim-,
lloiiry M. Ogl.. unit William L.
n V VlltTUK ol An onlor ol .aI. I., ii.. .i.a...
II rntlllwl rnn. in.,1. i... ,i,.i,.
" l " .mnij , ii.atniri. on me j,iii u-,y ol
Anziut, ls.t, Mill tuiDrilirrcli.il r.n.1 (MuJtmI
by Ihcclt-ikof anlil court, J will trll m iiulillc
ilile. at lilt HOIllh iliHir nf thai a. ...,.,....... (l.. . I.
cltyot .iiianimh, in balil county, on '
Mihut, the 8tli day of December, lS7fi.
betirmi th. hourHof nln.. n'alnak I,, ih- r..-........
ml die o'clock In tli.-Bn.'niM.in, of -tll iln-,
Ike full iiTliijf iUTili..i n-ul r.iati. i.,-it 1 l.'.ii
oiifof ihr Mainh-e t 'I'urt.-r or urctiiin thlrty
ruuri.r t.iHnliiiKlxt)-o'i., ui r.ii!)5i.iiiiiy.iii.,
u-iiiii ti-il h lullunss comnionciiiK tlmr ilmlns
J"'l !lliil.jtiiiitlioriUo n.irth-MSt cormr of
.... .Mu., .tniicr Him.' klllil Mltltn l.ml
qtisrlvroruM hi iiIi.ii tliltlj.f.nr, ihrnvc south
lit-.lx mul tw,.blnt lliiVi, thinr.i. rt tin.
umt GU-l'Rilhs clmlns, thrlicr norllt run mul
l!-lwxtn cluliin, Hicnci- (outht'Ulitj-ntFtl. zrvi ..
.lt llir nrnl U-llmlhs clmln,, ihrnrs gulith
lhrf-.uiul 311-11)00 chMiH, thencf rmtl liro nn.t
ii-KW iihaiuf, to lhe lilmre of tii--;iiiiiliig, nui
laiiiliiK urn- anit lA-lf) nrrn, in ire or Ima,
aii'l lot Inn ol r.ml ii irter uirtlon, Imini'l
ul as MllniTis roiiiineiicllig ate ami KS-liwlli
chains, north clitliu-ave cli-t-rir. uv.i m ni the
ii'irlh-eal rainier of lhe aonih-eiMl iriarti r or Hi-Miutli-taat
quarter ofeuhl ecll.m itili t. -fuur,
theiiri. north rifihtj-llrr ilecreea u,t eli-htmi
aiul ul-loo chalm to thv right hank or lhe One-lluii'lrnl-an
i-To river, Uience In a n.iutli.nest
illrectlon iloH-n sal J iitr lo lhe norih-we.t c.ir-
ner ol lot three, thence earn lwent-oi u.l
.1i-lonchaliH,ilience north four nrnl 4ti'-liKirlnlu
tu place of uccinniiig, eoniaialng ten ami UMuo
"tre. more or lew, all lying in Aiulrew conn
If, Mhmiuri, r.irthciiiiriioseof p.irlitlonamnni;
lhe nhoie iiailfit liarliea.olithel-illuninK term-:
One-tourlli cash ilourn, ont-roiirth In one vear,
on.foiiilli iu two je.iM, aail rcmaliilua-'iine-
r.lllrtll ill three veH. ileferreil lint iiimiN in l....r
ten percent, Inn-rest per annum from ilale of
ale, purchurer to execute note to the Sherllt of
.in.ircw cuuuiy, us reiitllreit uy law.
I.. IK CAIlTKIt,
Sherlft" of Andrew rouutT, Mo.
WHKItEAS. John It Dalis anil Sarah O.
Hula, hlswir.., by their Moitgage lie.il
later! August I'Jlh, 1871, ami reeoiUeil in honk 19,
.it luge iim. Unci recorils of Amlrew Cuiinty,
Mlsvmrl, exnle)cil tn Klinlielh Jenkins lhe
fullowliig descnheil reul estate, ailtiale in lhe
county ot Andrew , anil SKIe of .MUsourl, to
will I.oUniiinlifriil one, two and Ihrre, nltirty
eight ami nlnet .nine, alu lhe sauth hair "f lot
one hun.lrirt, ill in lhe town of Fillnmrei hUo
one hairucreofl.mil Ivmg directly weMtof lot
number one, two ami three, in salit town i f
Fillm-irei whli'h i.il.l c,ieam'e was mi le lo
secure the payment of n certain tiromi-snry note
in saht mortgage ileeit meiilioniil amt ilercrlheih
.nil nherean, s.ihl note Is past itue u i .1 !e.
fauli ha been mode In the payment ni sai.l note
aceoriliiig In the tenor anil cflcct theicotj Now.
Iherrrure, In pursuance of the provlnlnui or sahl
mortgage ilee.1 anil by Tlrlue onhetiower there
in contaluerl, I, I.croy II Carter, sheriff or An
drew county, Mlitouri, ut the reiietor l.rorge
M. IJregory, the legal holder of ald note, win,
on SATUIltlAY, THE Ml) I)AV Of UKCE.M
1IKU, ls;t. at the court-lioiiM duor, in the city
or Savannah, In said county of Andrew, be
tween the hours of iSu'clouk In the forenoon and
6 o'clock In the anrrnoon of that dar, proc-ed
lo sell the real tslate abore described at public
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand,
for the imrposss In said m irtgage deed set forth.
I.KItOV I? CAUTKIt,
Sheriff of Andrew eouuty, Ho,
October 19, 187 C lids
BT virtuo m aulhority ol t 11 rxocu
th'ii, u.Mitd from the oAicenf UifClrrkur
Ihr circuit court of Amlrew eouuty. Mlsinurl,
retiirutblt ut the Orct iDlver Term, 1KTC, ofMil
Omrtt an-l to me lir.ct), In ftttorof Inin"(t C
lUmtt-y nrnl agtinut rtaruh J. O'C'onmll, mh
irl U'Cimuell unU Sarah Merry, I hnvi U U d
mum ami ttrizinl rII the right, tillt. Intercftt mul
claim or the Mid Simli .). O'l.'onnrll, Uvilrl
O' Council ml hirnh Hirry, of, in ntfjpj the
followiiiK'lracriliiNt rrul mutu, tu-wlt.rnrrt
twotn'ltVJ-lOUitrn oflmi, the hurl h tut part
of th norf qimrtt-rol Ihr innith-wvut '(uw
tcrof etlon thirty, hi tiiwnshlp olvty, range
thirty-six, ndrvcu nuil 7-lii0crfsia the wi-st
ltli iiortlieai,t qunrtr-r ftoiith-uit(t uimrttr of
ret Ion thirty, towinlilp lvtjr, miigt- Uilrty-blx,
and twriity-tlTe ami WI-10.) arrvn oflf out fci'ie
writlmlf anutli-WfKtqtiaitvr of brrtlun thirty.
tovriiPhlp sixty. raUKv lhlrty-ix, nil Iving ami
I'vlngln the bald couutr, auUtiUte of MUoutI
and! will on
Satukday, thrOtli day of Ucccmbcr,
A. I). 17A, btlWffD the hours of nine o'clock
In the forenoon and five o'clock In thv afternoon
of that day, at the court house door, In th city
nf Mavsminh, count r of Amlrew aforesaid, sell
the sams.or so ruuen thereof an roar be required,
nt imiMIq vendue, to tbe hUtiest bidder, for
cub In bund, (subject to all prior liens and Judjr
ncnU.) lo aatisfy taldcxrcutlon andcnuis,
h. I. CAltl'KU,
Sheriff of Andrew county. Mo,
Nut. 10, IflTft-MiU
Mortgage Sale of Real Estate.
WIlKKKAft, Itenjamln It. Cue, nnd Luclnda
Civse, hit wltf, hy th Ir certain Mrt tragi
Detd, iM-arlng date the Slat day of March, 1174,
and rrcortleU lit the otllra of the ltfcordtr of
lfeds for Audri'W county, Misourl, In Hook
27, and nt pain &1.1, cciiVvvlhI to rhlneas Kd
wanUthe followliiK drribed real estate, situ
ate In lhe County ol Andrew, andHtat of Mis
aouri, that is to ay: lhe north-vrest quarter of
the suiitli-eiut quarter of section Xo. eighteen
(Id,) In townHhlji nrty-elffht (V), of ningu No.
thlrtytlireii (.1.1), which said con.eyHnre was
inotle to secure, the p)iuent of uc rtiitu nrtmifs
sory note, in said mortK'iJTf deed prliculnily
descrllvtdj And whereas, said note and part nf
the interest thereon remains due and iriptiid t
Now, therefore, In pursuance of thu provisions
of siihl morlKUsXv dvvd, nud at thu request of the
letcal holder of said note, I. the iiinl.rtlKUcil,
HherllT of Andrew eouuty, Missouri, will on
Satuiiuay, tlio lClli day of Decem
between the hours of nine o'clock in tbe fore
noou nnd flvc o'clock In the afrrnoou of that
day, at thu south door of the court-house, in
therlty of Savaunah, eouuty of Andrew, Slate
of Missouri, proceed tostsll the atmve deserlbed
real estate at publlo sale, to (lis hi. -lust bidder,
lor cAh l hand, for the purposes in aald mort
gage deed set lurth.
L. I, OAUTBIl,
fiheriJT Andrew county. Mo.
Noremher 16". iKTflAtds.
A GENTS WANTED.EVERYWHERE
a FOR OUU NEW
OBNTENNIAIj family iuble.
The Ix'st and cheapeit In III- Market. 1ft)
rictorlul lllustratlona. Liberal comniislons a
lowed, rorlerrusaii.lclrculiira write iinmtd
alely to the
nr. MJiiis ntnt.i. ruor.iBiiiKGon.
iat Mt Vocum ban, St. t-ools, Vto.
LvlllW HATCIIKI.S, con.t.nll; on ti.ml.ta
Orarr la aaif msaaarlarer
Anil lXIutulliu COFFINS.
A'orth Side the Nyntirc, Kitvatiuuh
(Ii. ti e three-story trir.)
pOPFINS OF A1-1SIZK8 KKI'T
J nn hand. I ilt.nl.eeiiriii.l.i.llr .... t.n.,.1 -
laraeillantlty ol the best iilalitynf Inmher tn
makenoT nrurieoi iiirniuire nesireu ut.etiif
call. I ran not lie undersold ty nnydentei
we.t oflhe .Ml.iv.i.l.
r-'r,i..n. ranahiii. some one 1,e found day
aid nlvhl ut in) old resldeiiee. read) t. atll euf
Unntady naifeto all who call.
rovrcato or tna
Toledo, Peoriali Warsaw Railwr-,
Cincinnati, Lafayette & Chicago S.R.
Indianapolis, Cinn. ot Lafayette i.R.
Is TIIK IIIUFXT HOirrK from
BTTBIilNQTOIT, KEOKUK, AWr
PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK
CHICAGO.OETROIT TOLEDO CLEVELAND. BUFf AID,
And to all l'ulnts in th
EAST, SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST.
Theallentlon ol the lraelln;p rttli la calleit
lo the following superior advalila.v J lend bl
t'yrltulail far peed anil afetr nseaerlte
lnl.Kqalp.ne.il.! na(iilf.. m r-atai
New Men Hull.: t.aiafloa. Itr.lii.lui
Chair t ar.! .Mill r I'lallsrn.! West
Ingham Air Urak.t
And in factetny modem upi.tlance which i
ralcnhiled lolucrms the comlortand aalVly ol
Mignlileeiit rifeplnr Cars are rnn on nlahi
trail. a, aplrndid lluv l oaeliesnn ihiy tralna to
Chireci, und el.-a.inl Iteellnlna' t hair IVrs nn
eientnir tralna. to IMlUNAt'Olls a a tl.t
CI.TI wltli.vt ihunr.
Ill this iu;e . i"eii(,ers will atold delays and
illixreiMi llmnlhus truii-trrs thronsh large
eltlee, whl h mall's it eiiclally deelruUe lo.
i.l.l eoiile .in 1 th.i.e lint ari'ti-liiiiird lo Irani
IliK and l.ir Ijnlles travei::iK alone, (.intleluali.
I) and eolirte -imt .ndtti Mra vl lhl r ule aieal
a)e reuilv lo :ii tii'iUte the Hlinl-ol lian-enere
ihrotiKi? ficki ta run I e jutalil it the nlbce
or all connecting Kuds. llaMSfe chicke..
He aure and a.k for lleki ls reurtlnit, tla "T..
)'. A W." itoiita, iriiiiilliirlluclun, Ktot.uk o
A.L. IKIPKIM., rtrrrlrr-, )
II. ('. rlU M M), Ueiirralfre.rta, III,
I'assraierand HiL.l .a(. nt: )
l'"r fiirlhf r InT innmiiin In reliant Is Frelgh
or russrnx.'l' llnsliieea, addresal
W. R. CRUMPTON,
Onnnral Woetor Asout,
i7U.ii.fXiJ i ur; iowa.
Feb i, '; nolo- dr.
i. P. Cprr.
COOPER & GREENLEE
Toilet Articles, Notions, c.
CHOICE FAMILY GRO
GARDEN SEEDS, Sc.,
In Brick Drug Store, (lately occupied by
11. 11. I)obliins.1Mllh side of the nnhllo
square, onvnnmin, MO.
April It) IBID It.
MONEY TO I.OAN.
I im nnw itrenn rt In im L . r .1,. f.
(wittiiv miui vwi in iirn ion, in ttiunn m sjl,-
000. nnd ofrr, furQrc ymr on Imprpireil fitrrai
a lul rltw nr.iimrtv f.. V...1I. .
IKItMSItRASDNAIILE. Letters areniticst
Prompt attention will Ge (tlren. I lll Nl'lt
nainmiail, atllllieiT OUIIOty, III a UaiC lIUCIl llll
be hereafter announced III Mils pnper, lor Ui
5-'; . ..Ti. ... pi-iieniiuii. irom persons
eslrous ol borrowinjr minev.
l AI.M-.H lililJKM-.K,
. lrtl.We.tith Street. Kansas Utr Mo.
Timely iimrjtestions to
rielays are dangerous. II la well to relleat
thiitclreiirastances of a grave nature may lutir
Tene between us and th next Centennial, lint
whllernaktiiK actie. preparations to Tl.lt th
Grand Exhibition let ns first consider what ar
lha essentials Ion comlortable trip, "acotoj.M
traiellngnuim, ahnrglnrprnot timhnlla. wllh
little money and a through tnoWrtjl lit
r.air, - sng n tin mseiria to our mind a rennl.
He to all nhniulend seeing th wonder ol lb
age. Hut the sura ol the whole matter Is con
tained n "o ytricl alras Ms nuH."
Now Uy taking tbe Old Reliable Hannlhat St,
Joe.ph Itailioad and connections you cieape the
heat and dust which Is so empowering on oili
er lines, and enjoy the cool and refreshing
lireeie alungllhe lakes, wllti a magnlflcent new
of Niagara and the beautiful scenery or New
York and rcnni)lranla through tlaycoarhe
and I'lillmaii sleeper Ironi Kansas Cily to Chic
ago, laO. II. t Q, 11. K.wltboiil change, und
th same fpim Atchison and St, .tosephlo To.
ledoand Clu eland, tl T. IV A V It'y, with
out change. Apply to O, N. Clayton, I'as..
Agent, Ml Main Slrtet, Kansas City, or lo T.
IVnlueld, Crsu'l rut. A Ticket Agtnt. Hanni
Popular llluitrtecl bookfjConaireOoB
Manhood I Womanhood ( MarriaocI
Impediments to Marriage; the causa
and cure. Sent $tcurely tealed, post
f ' cyK? e.ntt'y Dr. C. WiirTT,
617 St. Charlea Street, St Loult, Mo.,
thegrut pecUllat. Read till work.
17 81 QfctrfH ttml, 9L Utttt, Mtv.
l"r I Iwi'mi'aiiwlMlMlaM
taMia, a. mu mm ear, uauiil iiiili.il ear.
eat rehllili mt aaarearlsl aotlM ti ta
" i r a? sis rraSal 'it ittHtW fm4 imp-'
eoey, sa la rattrf iMr as. la ts-aCssamsl mmmm
wm w iwif wmmt VHWiiiiNMisWiinMai
Whm It to iMMfwtet vw ttM it 17 tm mammm,
MebataMtMat M Ml ttfmtt W Bull fYVMTVMTSjh CW
bt hm gmrtl. lir AmM uku lila lyaakirMtata
UmkmniwA.U.Hir.U, U II M.ml r.K.
t PtmpM.it, to My tddrMf far Tw ttompca
egttker, lllesiiam, II Cat.
MARRIAGE i A1iW
nira 1 asaa aaaaa
psaaaeeei esta wemasase.
Baatant olMh atul aHIMaAlnc. aealsd PoeiO.
oth far vMS-rna eajHam a iu-. I ana
h Mutwia availJH BMe biiiii. v war.
rnae aris BMrry. Wa.awarraa. SII..NI, I.
to, rtrAat " Ta aw f aay s4 t.wsi
Ta raeateLat Li .1 n.i il ...S Maalv aaa naaB.
SMral srarkOaa, Il mi at ksnu M Sat) HjZ
na. ST au asH aseaaa.
at. Ii eaaatu t eraasa l stl liaaea
sati ..awMlasa ..WaalTs i wm a .as w a
as ul Mrs I. a aaMfai aaWaasaL asm ssaasal
.UUta. sssas as saves. t sear,sleam
SeamMkrauu. cinpm inirsiiti isalii it
I7 gi. QhH ttmt. l Ul, M.
Oil It. Okkrlea trt,
Treats all form of Veneral Uiseasei, Semi
nal Emissions and Sexual Debility, with
unparalleled lucccts. No matter who filled,
call or write; pamphlet or consultation free.
Can refer to tbe medical profession fa all
puts of '.Se Country.
ATTAINED AT LAST!
A TRIAL will INSURE ITS POPULARITY
tote wm mm mm
When onco mod will rUla Its
place tor ver.
WE EX0HA1TQE MACHINES.
Rend yanr oltl-fasliloneil. enmbsrsom,
to o., aiiatl we will allorryon S?ft Cor it.
w part payment for ono of ours.
IT IS CELEBRATED FOR ITS ADVANTAGES.
IU THAT IT IS ONE OF THE LARGEST SEWINd
MACHINES MANUFACTURE.), ADAPTED ALIKE
JO THE USE OF THE FAMILY OH THE WORK
SHOP. IT HAS THE LARGEST SHUTTLE, WITH
A BOBBIN THAT HOLDS ALMOST A SPOOL OF
THE SHUTTLE TENSION IS ADIUSTA0LB
WITHOUT HEU0VINQ THE SHUTTLE FB0M TH1
THI3 MACHINE IS SO CONSTRUCTED
THAT THE POVER IS APPLIED DIRECTLY
OVER THE NEEDLE, THUS ENABLING IT TO
SEW THE HEAVIEST MATERIAL WITH UN.
EQUALED EASE. IT IS VERY SIMPLE IN IT3
CONSTRUCTION, DURABLE AS IRON AND
STEEL CAM MAKE IT, ALL ITS WEARINQ
PARTS CASE-HARDENED OR STEEL, AND
INGENIOUSLY PROVIDED WITH MEANS FOR
TAKINO UP LOST MOTION, SO WE ARE JUS
Warranting Every Machine for 3 Year.
IT IS THC LIGHTEST AND EASIEST.RUNNINd
MACHINEIt! THE MARKET. IT IS, ALSO, THC
MOST ELABORATELY ORNAMLNTEO AND
PRETTIEST MACHINE EVER PRODUCED.
WITH ALL THESE ADVANTAGES. IT IS SOLO
FROM (IS TO 125 LESS THAN OTHER FISS1
EXCLUSIVE CONTROL OF TER. IT0RY GIVEN
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
FOR CASH OR ON CREDIT.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND TERMS TO
SSS JSueUil Avenue,
os iMPHorr.n farm.
JN IOWA nnil MHilllltl, for a leitiinf year.,
at JO PER CENT. INTEREST. For
lull iirinlril .MMlUilnr, ailiuees lau W.
KkamcA IMicikiw, llaukrrs, faroiia, li.wa,
ar, W. W. Caliivtel!., SarauiiMh, Ut Apdrevr
Cniinlr. Mil T7
n.jllrs Gnat Mercantile Ciillme, Keoluk,
town, on the UU't.slpnl, Niuelel'lltll ear.
Alinut sixty ilnltars pay alt expenee, tor M'm
lierslilp, lloarit anil htatlom ry. ItnoV-kee'trs,
Penmen, Itepnrters, (JiHiators. Arrhilicta.btir
eynrt, anil I'eacliera ihonitiKlilr fllliit. Kail
roail lare re.lncei (iumt situation.. No sac,
tlnni. Ilnn't Tall lo uiMre.s ITof. atllter, Keo
Ltik.lowa for Printers.
'News. Book and Job Inks.
all warranted ot Superior
lunuij, aio cueap or in.
erlor oradea of Ink: mad
raiNTING INK CO.,
iruruacriyui laonuon, langianoi,
184 Ac 180 aTIOXUOE ST.. rillCAGO,
And 18 Barclay ntrccs, New York.
NOTICE ts hcrelir i?iven to all parlies Inter
ested in the rstiitent lhe minor heirs of
Samuel st'.akT, Ueeeuwt, that I, John I) L'as
tie, (Juiirrllan and L'tirntoror said In Irs Inlrili'
to make Final Setlleinent thereof, and re-licn
al the next teraanf the rrnrcite Cuiut of Andrew
rounly to lattitliloa lliethlril Slomlay la llicem
ler,iC. JIUIS II, VASTI.K,
Guardian nf tbe heirs of Samuel btoaket,
a. rsr n-
KFAIR1NG neatly anil nroniptlj
rhe Parmor'a Insur
ol Andrew County, will Insure Fnrm
Property In Andrew County, Apply to
the Socrctnry. or IochI Agent appointed
by each Gran go.
II. 11. TAlallUT, Preiident.
X BRATTON.SecntsrY. no:iit
t1AIlV tIPt II.'!.. n Va..... I,. L
jmiiilheeireols of terrors and aIuhi
run, iiie. .-uannragu resiori 11, -a.
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llirniPfi.,ni! rnuirial.J nnirdlet. nooka
"6''IHl tlienliirs sent tVee in sealed in.
ylpi;7 iwiWAitn AoouATttife,
p .N. Klntb street. riitla.l.nhl. I'a. An (ni
tllullonhaelnf ah lib rrt...!atlon forkoneraiil.
oondsrt and oroftwluiial skill, PfVO
M 111 mm
m in 11