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Cling to Those Who Cling to You.
Cling to those, -who cling to you ; Moiv than half our sorrow made When we are ourselves untrue To the light of friendship's aid ; Uut how sweet it is to own Some kind heart to thine beat true, After many years had flown Cling to those who cling to 3011 ! Cling to those who cling to you ; Think how those who live apart, Th:rt. wiTt solace never knew Friendship sheds around the heart; Who is there that has not long'd Once to hml some irielltl prove true f , 2M... .....- v: k.i.:...- i.. I. .n.r'.l . Ai1.11 uiu Hicnuaiup f Cling to those who cling to you ! Cling to those, who cling to you ! Every link of friendship's chain, If the heart be only true. Will forever bright remain; -Never be the first to break In titc chain the link that's true, -Never trust and truth forsake Cling to those who cling to von ! Chinese Cheap Labor Results. and Its Sax Fuaxcisco, December "50. Con siderable excitement has been caused here by the fact that the proprietor of the Cornell Watch Factory have deter inineil to employ Chinamen in all the departments. Seventy operatives from Chicago have protected to-day; one Joreman wa? discharged. Nearly all the operative are from Chicago. A general strike is anticipated as the pro prietors persist in their determination to employ Chinamen. Tin; other foreman will probably be discharged to-day. The Company propose to employ about Wit 10 persous. Mr. (ieorge Shell v. living three King- Tiiiles southeast of town, says the ... f '.. 1.1..-. I I ,...,,,., f'.f ! rfnrt,.,! - - . ,' , , ... . , iti' nlai-i nn Aioiiiimv hist. U'lien tli- i .. " . ". . ! ct'iiuui lite lull on tiie otiier sine 01 Long creek, one of the traces of his horses became, detached from the single tree, the. breast-yoke coming oil' the end of the tong, fhe end of which protruded in the ground, over-turning the wagon, and throwing Mr. S. out upon bis shoul der :md bruiMitg him up considerably. In the melee, the wagon ran over hi thighs, and one of the horses stepped upon his head, sinking the cork of his shoe 111 near the teumfe.. Mr. Mieilv is .' j ! one of our best citizens, atid the sad a eidcut is re.grettcd bv all. lie is urettv seriously hurt, but hopes are entertained uf Ws speedy recovery. On Friday last, says the Platts biirgh Ld'-t-r voung McPherson. a grandson of Mr. Andrew Buuton. of Os tium, stalled out on a hunt in company with some other boys. They met with some more boys hunting with a wagon, vh-n McPherson got up into the wagon thinking it the best place from which to shoot chickens. "While handling his gun, carelessly, it is supposed but in what manner is not definately known it exploded, the contents lodging in his .side. He was carried to the nearest house, but died before reaching it. He w as seventeen 3'ears of age. In speaking of Gerrit Smifh as "the last of New York's old baronial chief tains' a New York paper explains that lie owned more than a million of acres. His father, at one time partner of John Jacob Ator, in the fur" trade, lived in the interior of the State, where he liought townships as men now buy acres. From the State he took in a single lot .so,000 acres at .$' per acre. Gerrit in herited most of his father's lands. In the John Brown tract, not as is common ly supposed, named after Ossawatomie whose soul is marching on, but after a Brown of another color, Gerrit owned eight hundred thousaud acres iu a sin gle tract. Christinas was an unlucky day for our friend John 1L Campbell, of King's Grove, says the Holt county Sentinel. Whilst driving along the Grove road, the two horse team that he was in charge of. got frightened at something or au other, and run away at a frightful rate. When in the vicinity of Mrs. King's farm the affrighted team ran into the fence, smashing the wagon all to pieces and inflicting several very ugly cuts ou Mr. Campbell's face and head. Some of our neighbors across the classic Nodaway, says the Holt county Fenind. it seems, did not have a very merry Christmas. At a certain, point the festivities and dancing was rudely interfered with. One man was bit in the breast by a brick-bat, and another had the misfortune to get his nose be tween somebody else's teeth, etc. The affair was quite serious, and had it ori gin in an eight gallon cask of whisk. Another affriy of a similar character oc curred in Cla township about the same lime, and from the same cause. John France, of Forest City, Mo., Is engaged in a new enterprise. He is shipping red birds to St. Joe. So far some, thirty have been shipped and more twill soon he shipped from tins county. Mr. France says that these songsters are snipped 10 iiermany ami otner countries on the continent, and are more highly valued than those imported from Bra zil. Holt Co. Sentinel. Jim Fisk's estate, it is now alleged, has been shamefully misappropriated . "While he died possessed of quife a mill ion dollars, his widow received but a tenth of that sum. The remainder has been consumed by fraudulent claims a gainst the estate, shamelessly allowed W corrupt judges. If the good things that men do live after them, ijp, not their eil deeds also? A REPUDIATING- COUNTY. The county of Lafayette in this State has had middled upon it debt amounting in the iigjrregate to nearly a million and a hall of dollars. Tins indebtedness is in the shape of bonds issued in tavor of certain railroad corporations. The peo ple now claim that they -were voted through fraud and their issue procured hv the corruption ol the county court A mass meeting of the citizens of the 1 in uiu i county has just been held which we are I assured by an Extra from Caucasian of ' lice, was composed of the most respcct ' able and influential citizens and heaviest taxpayers, at which it was unanimous 1V ivMulvm! "that the r.unntv rmnr. be . r , lequesteu to lew no tax nor to lew auv , assessment ol taxation for the purpose . of meet in'g any alleged indebtedness of j this county lor or on account of any rail ; road subscription to meet the payment j uf county or township bonds or any in tercut that may be claimed to be due on j the same." i It Is understood that the court will j heed the recjitost, and that no tax to pay , Interest or pri ueipal of the bonds will be ' levied, and the Caucasian, savs: "Our 1 c jple have spoken as one man. Tliey i I ; are in deep and terrible earnest. I tie 1 debt cannot and Will not be paid. Itund ; holders und the individuals whose lying declarations ?ccured the imposition of a large part of the murderous, bankrupt ing load, may take notice. Nothing but another 'Ewiug Order So II,' am eu farci' the adlrrtiuii of the pirate lecif, bif .1- , ti. . - ... ..1 lawabiding, and they are pledged'to each other, as one united, powerlul band of brother-!, lo resi.t con titration.'1 The I on Is o' Lafayette may have been issued through fraud, but they are in the hands of innocent purchasers, and if we are not mistaken, the highest courts have decided that they must be. paid. The people cannot get rid of the but den. however heaw it mav be, through the ...f . The bondholder mii-;i 1 iiii-i iiiiiiiii.i. 1 til- ii 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 .' I I we are confident, will find some means . !. ... to etuoree t in ro leet.ion of tlie lmf.eri'St and principal due them. The people mav obtain some relict through com ; promising, but in no other way. and ! there ought to be men in Lafayette , county wise and cool enough to see that compromise is the only possible wav out of their difliculties. St. Joseph ; Herald, ,'ilst. ult. BLESS THE WOMEN! A recent writer savs, since Prof. Agassiz's death : "What the professor lacked in order, method, or business habits was abund- antlv supplied bv Mrs. Agassiz. It was her graceful and assiduous mm r hnr r- cast and put into more classic molds the professor's ready English. It was her constant encouragement and stimulus that supported the professor in new and 1 diflicult undertakings. Her counsel was ! always listened to with respect. Jt is safe, to say that we should not have had I so many of his works put in a perman j ent form in English if it had not been I for her earnest co-operation. The pro j fessor, as all know, was a ready lecturer, 1 and always delivered his addresses without manuscript. In all ot his fee-1 3 tures and speeches near home, Mrs. A gassiz accompanied him whenever pos sible, and took copious notes, and thus preserved the thought for future use." Advocate. STRAY NOTICE. Takf.n up by Siray Davidson, living in Lincoln township, in Andrew countv, Mo.. Deo.:, 1874, two HORSE PONIES one, a light bay. two years old, black mane and tail, star in the forehead ; the other a light bay, supposed to be six years old last spring, white strip in the "face and on the nose, both hind feet white to above the pastern joint, saddle and collar marks. The colt appraised at $25, and the other appraised at 35, by Joseph E. Hare and William Hum man. A true copy from my strav book. JESSE JOHN, J. P., n!2flw for Nodaway township. New Advertisements. Warning ! NOTICE is hereby given, cautioning all persons against purchasing a certain note given October 12th, 1874, by E. S. Davis, in fa vor of J. M. Murra. Any one purchasing said note does it at their own risk. J. M. MURRAY. January 2, 1875 4w The Becker House, G. W . SItOUFE. Proprietor. JSTorfh- IVexS Comer of Public Square, SAVANNAH.. Mo. The public, will find iu this House, (newly opened.) everything kept J with neatness u-iulKood order, and the tables All ied with the lies t the cotmtrv auords. No pains will be spared ti render lull satistaction to an hi patrons, ami his charges will be moderaie, to suit the timet-. nol lyr JfouiuH f or liusselPs TO BUT XOJfB OF THOSE (GHEJVP S00DS He i llinjr. V2 J. 13. Russell HAS A COMPLETE STOCK O F Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, "Which he offe rs at Bottom Prices IT S33 Call ai ul see him at south side of i.i.iv SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE CONDITIO OF THE FARMER'S BAITK OF AXIJKEW COUXTV, Savannah, M,, At the close of business, December 31st, 3s74. nusounens. Lutis and discounts, Cash and sight exchange, BontU and other securities, ... ....$5S,fiW m .... Mi.-MI :xi ... :!,:-, s ... n.HH '21 .... l,:Us40 .... l.-W't'."-' 170 a;: Si57,5s-2 -Jd ,...S-r.7lo m ....117, (."!) 7; ... lo,:w; '. ... :t.7'.M; i ,-,h1 l""lt:'tc : : ..1. .....1 f.. ItltlllV U.IU1U iUKI lllllillUH .M I'xpeilscs. Taxes, I.IAIlILlTIKa. Capital stock, paid in,. Deposits,'. rmliviikil prollts and riii pl lis , Interest, Sl."i7,.'W-. js I hereby certiiy that the above statement is correct. IJK.V.I. GUILDS, Cashier. . is Worn to and subscribed before me, this first , day of January, 1S75. ; WM. S. UJtKEXLKE, X. 1'. DIVIDEND XOTIt'K. The Hoard of Directors of this Hank have or dered that out of the net earning of the 1 1st six month.' business a dividend of .-even and one-I half per cent, free of all tax, on the capital paid in, shall be credited to slni-khoidcrs, J and the rcmitider earried to surplus fund. . 1 in ni't urouis 01 ine itanK on us imm in cum- tal for the, year 1S74 are over tuvntv per rent. I(l.-V"l i-ifir 1. a savannah, January 1, lS7.ri. 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All communications must be addressed HOUSEHOLD PUBLISHING COWP'Y, Why have trouble in the family ? Why smoke j'cmr biscuit, and eat bread cov ered with ashes anil only one side bak ed, when Earls pays you a big price for your old, worthless cook stoves and sells a new one low for cash ? Or dei' of Publication. In the Andrew County Circuit Court, December Term, December 11th, JS74. Dauiel b. Whittaker, Plaintiff, vs. .Tea?e T. Gilliam. James L. Anderson and "W. I,. Wright, Defendants. NOW, on this Uth day of December, ls74, conies the plaintiff by his nttornev and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the defendant, .Icsse T. Uillinin, is a non-resident of the Statu of Missouri, and cannot be served ill this action; it ii thereupon ordered by the Court that the defendant, .lease T. Gilliam, be untitled by publication, that an action has been commenced and is now pending against him, by petition awl attachment, in the I ireuit Court of Andrew county, in the State of Missou ri, founded on a promissory note for the sum of one hundred and forty-two dollars and eighty cents, ($1 '-..: dated April 17th, 172, that his property is about to be attached, and that he be and upnear at the next term of eaid court, to be holden at the Court House in r'arannab, within the county of Andrew, Missouri, on the Mil day ot April, IS7.", ami on or before the third day thereof, (if the term -hull so long continue, anil if not, then bvfore. the end ol thv term,) judg ment will be rendered against him, and his property taken to satislv the same. It is lurther ordered that a copy hereof he pub lished in the Andrew County lKiaHLic.X, a newspaper published in said county ot Andrew, for four weeks successively, the last insertion to be at lea-it four weeks before the commencement ol the next term of said court. STATK OF MISSOl'KI, j Coi'vty ok Anukkw. S I, 1'liineas Kdwaids, Clerk of the Circuit Court within and for said County, hereby certiiy the above aud lorcgohig to be a true copy of the Order of Publication made by said Court on the 11 til day of December, A. D."lS74, in the ciUIdc therein named, as fully as the same remains on the record of said Court in my office. In Witness whereof, 1 hereto set mvhand and si.al alii my ollicial seal at my office in Sa vannah, Mo., the-JUth day'ol December, 1ST. I'HIXttAS EDW ARDS, Clerk. Jty AnriAM Donn-, D. C. .January j, ls74 nol2w5 lorious I take this met hod to inform the publie that irom this date 1 will sell Groceries For Cash! for less money than any other house in Andrew county. I have facilities for buying, enabling me to do this. I keep on hand, at all times, a very large stock and buy exclusively for cash. Don't expect to muke any money the next few months; so, if you want GOOD Groceries CHEAP ! come and see me. Below I give you a few prices ; all other goods equally as cheap : Very best coal oil per gallon, 44 lbs choice Itio coffee for - 0 lbs good Kio collee for 9 lbs A sugar (strictly) -11 lbs choice N. O. sugar for 1 keg silver drip syrup, - -1 keg heaw California syrup. $0 15 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 3 25 8 35 1 85 40 1 bch cotton yarn or warp, 5 lbs, 1 lb Price baking powders, - 4 papers best soda, 5 lbs best star candies for (rood Imperial tea, per lb, only Choice Gunpowder tea, No. 1 Lake salt, per bbl., 00 50 00 45 Bright Navy Tobacco, per lb, 50 to 60 Spring wheat Fl'r, best, per sack, 1 05 Fall lc " k 1 m DIRECTLY Opposite COURT-HOUSE, South Side the Square, SAVANNAH, - MISSOUEI. T. H. BEEKMAN. Savannah, Nov. 'JO, 1874. 1874. 1875. The St. Louis Globe. In the third year of its existence, the St. Louis Globe can truthfully boast of a circulation, for its different issues, such as few of its cotempo raries iu the West possess. It may be said ot the ('lobe that no newspaper was ever so cordinlly received by the people for whom it was intended. It was established as a representative itepublican journal, and the mem bers of the Kc'.-uhlican jiartv in the West pave it cordial welcome from tin: llrst. For this we are thankful, and we shall always endeavor to re pav the favor in the best possible manner, which is by provinir that we deserve it. AVlnle the ("lobe will always be in the front to sustain the Republican party and measures, it will reserve the right, as it is its duty, or the duty of any newspaper, to oppose any measure tiot'in unisu with Republican principles, al though it may emanate from men acknowledg ing all allegiance to the Republican party. The Weekly Globe WIT.T. AIM TC nC The Best Commercial and Family Paper in the West. It will furnish its readers wilh the latest news, sparing no exjiense to distance its competitor". The news ol the week will be written and pre pared especially for their edition, so as to put the largest amount of information into thesmall est amount of space. This will give us an op portunity to devote a large share of our pages to FAMILY AND LITERARY READING. We shall also pay special attention to Market Reports and Commeecial News, and shall en deavor to be full and reliable ou ail matters of interest to merchauts and farmers. The Weekly Glolbe I" the paper for the Farmer, the Merchant, the Manulacluier, the Family and for All. It is the Lnrtut mid Kent for the Price in the United State. New Hates of Srp.scnirTiON Anni-TEn Opto iiEir 15, ltC4. Ixri.rntM Postage, paid by the jiubli-hers. Daily, seven paper per week, per year, 913 00 Clubs of live dailies, per year .". 55 00 .Semi-weekly Tuesday and Friday, pervear..! 3 50 Pemi-'Weekly, in clubs of live 15 00 Tri-Weekly, (the Semi-weeklvand Sun day dail), BOO Chili of live 25 00 Weekly, per year IS All subscriptions payable in advance. Libera! Commission Paid to Agents. Agents wanted at every popt-ofliee. intnu-"' -.. '. :.)!.. Mgws. AT THE OLD STAND. South iSide the 1'ubhc Square. TO ray old customers I take gTrat p ranr ;n announcing that I hare brought from -Nptt York te of the largest stocks of goods in my line ever brought to this city, consisting in part of Ready-Made CLOTHING! Rats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Notions, Jewelry, tj-c. Having been in business in this citv for mx trcn years, the citizen of Savunnah and An drew county may rest pretty TVell assured thai I have had siiiliciciU experience to understand ami amply provide lor the wants of the trade in tins Ticinity. Call and Examine Our Goods and Prices. A. SCHUSTER, 24 ii South side siniare. Savannah. JOHN I.. SMITH. JOS. SHKI.I.KMtAIH.i:i;. Smith & Sliellenbarger Would invite the attention of the public to their Saw Mill and Grist Mill About three miles north of Amazonia and K miles west of Savannah the old "Smith Mill. CUSTOM SAWING Of all kinds done on short notice. Wekcpn hand, also, a variety of LUMBER. JU'CaU and examine our utock and price.--." 7c SMITH A SIIELLKNIiAltUKK. LUMBER! llAVINC purchased the Amazonia Saw Mill, I am prepared to furnish all kinds of Native Lumber, Dimension Stuff, FENCING, &c. o , T ILLS sawed to order by the car load to all JL point." on tne railroad. 1 also nave a mm one mile west of the Four Mile School-house, on the Maryville road, live miles north of Savan nah, where I will do CUSTOM SAWING on short notice. For further particulars-, cll at the mills, or address A. OVERTON, Savannah, Mo. MILLINERY ! IVcut Eud of the Square. LADIES of Savannah and vicinity call and sec our Millinery Goods, such as Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers, Ac, latest styles. Hats and Bonnets trimmed to suit. Aha, BLEACHING! done in the best style. :!? MRS. U. OPPLIOER. Omaha & St. Lonis Short Line. im Kansas City, St. Joseph I Council Bluffs BAIL ROAD Is the Only Direct Line ts ST. LOUIS AXD TIIE EAST, FKOM ST. JOSEPH AXD TIIE WEST. NO CHANCE Of Cars between ST. JOSEril and ST. LOUIS, ami but one be tween OMAHA and NEW TORE. This is the only Line running a PULLMAN SLEEPING CAI1 EAST FEOM OMAHA, On Arrival of the Union Pacific Ex press Trains, ra.tsejifers Taking other Jloulcs havf a disagreeable Transfer at the Jlivcr Xht tion. 8 nwm mm daily, KEACHING ALL Eastern and Western Cities With Lens Changes and in advance of other Una. TIII ENTIIlE LINE IS ECJCIPPEU WITH Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars, Palace Day Coaches and Chair irs. Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler and The Celebrated Westinuhouse Air ltra.W. See that your Ticket read via Kansas City, 51, Joe I Council Bluffs E.5., Via ST. LOUIS. Tickets foraale t all Coupon Stations n the IWs