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mi A Tis rl f a w a e-1 "3 A III M. TA'YT.OT . ) SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, JUKE 4, 1875. Y- IV. 88. Editor ami Publishor. S Ha & 1 1 SAVAW2JAH DIRECTOR?. icnta j' (" coh'mt, fifty irnts per tine t ;''!. inrfuo'hi'! t.'f iificrnl tiffin. 1 1'osi . tUf r; to'." .'.n ere rflir.ble and t , i,l urirar .' i.j th.'ir r'iu tire riMn'i- ATTor.NKVS. J- !! - i ;V.iIT. A'torncy at law anl Xotary . r.i'.in. Oir.cc.c urt-ii.Ui-.i-, irpstiirs. I'ar-i- . -i. iii.-- of loaning money can have it D i . real e-UXc on -!l ;: notice. T . t'ALDWuLL, nttrncy-at-l:iw ami y , Notary rubor, f. yA .-special attention i-lr.i", conveyancing ami hiveotigalhig t i. i It V iS, I'ttonicy :t Inw, will pra tier ? o ! the court-, of Xirtlr.v-.-t Mi.-.-oiiri. . ..'i-uliii given tolwdwe in Ihe county r t . , .aU- courts, fjiiite over Farmers' ! XLI'K & KIXC-. Altoroejs am J ,i-cllrs at law. l'.irticvkn- itt-nt it it '(Ufftioiis. illicen liir syoth side l't..r-', in new "'.mik. It'.iihhng. i" f " J'- i i!. M.UUI.n, attorney-ar-law. ill . all liiino.- entrusted Jo him mil Mri.tnlU- ('; lie toimd at 1 I - ... - fairs, t wo doors ea--i ui thv Vot )i- . ' r.imi!i. !.. '! W II ITT KKi:, aUorm-y stt hiT ai!i , . i ral i Saiui Aai-nt, a::i:nah, M. Snl-iiii- a.nn-t th' ' verms. -ur i'or lu:ii . 'n-H-ir j.av a;l li.mtv. viloWs' asnl .:-in- .111" I iciu-Ki! rllfriinii-s allcin'.vl it '"!! lr"ilil!U.--'. Al.-, !'!- - . :i.if;ii"i a-i.-nt" i'-rifl. AU-Sil-ou, Ti.ji.-ka : i; .iir il "ii.ii i:iy. AH in-iuirt -s .:iw r. l. 11 v ill ticliTjarlU"t'all : ill.- i.t.i'l. t ill "a iiim. 1;; l.i.'ASS UAXn TK AIM IKK. 0. S. DUGAT", Y .-- i;AM i :: x liKIt Mumc ammsrwl 3 ..rihr AN, t.ri.-j'.i.il ikrcri l'iiriii--lit '1 . Tt-rniN -;!!il:i t vy. !iKl:;l !. K:'-!- l;ikr--. -nnt'.f-;.i'i'-rv an. I ;v!-taur.t!it, west -i'i- ot Jlu-i'.!i-"u- luvni-ii .1 n .-'irl iKiti"''. iMiYSil'fAXS. SI. D.WKN'I'aKT !i:iir:j locatttl in . iitiah, !!!! hi- .r.ilV-ii:ial ru.v , - n ..f .ivai'a.i'i ami viri-iity. ili.-" . ;:. u ii:tiii slsvft, oae liltji'li fast ol I r . ). K. ivuiMiah L-'u'f, N-. i jSt?. L. I!. Sava4ril:. M.. m .' -v'.v j - ';? in.MiAY KVfcMNC. ai O.i! j tV!l4vs' ,i.r'lu :it cj)ni r ' .'al.lic !iuiv. AH m.'iulx-r-rt.-onii-r j .n."i;i:..v, vi-Siiiijf t!: - city, an- cor.lially I . i' uitvt . ith I K. . MATTiON', X. (J. . T . I s.-.-'y. -J!''.? j . "V T" A sNfj ". .t:i:i'.i"!i l.oii--. N". 71. ' A iU.i. i- A. -V. n r-.i t ; nltltii-.l "tjfT im! ii ill x.t-u iu.:;l..:it 7 i.'clock ( lit. v '. lintl-r- !.'. pu.l -tj'iMliiij; an- 1'ratcr- .1. . t' i -l! ".1-. ;. jr. paxfoud, v. sr. t " . .:.,v, . - k i'i:A.ii..N !.oi)i;i;. N...:.,.;. a. - K. . . M . mi '-. !'i-i Situnl-iy in f4' :i ia :tt hi . m. All l)ri tln-i in i. v lM.ti:ii'M .' ' re lratcril:.l! I II v i i 1 to . i -litllN L. I'.X t'OX , W. M. i i li Kai;.i:-. , s.-.-" v. The Becker House, c. w. NK'orn;, rmitWHor, j" '-' fl'5( Comer of Public Square, Vi l 'AH, Mi. Tht-public will find in this f) if i , (iit v. ly o)m-.i-d.; rrythiiijj K.-pt v , ' .ia! ood :'!. r. an.! th.-tahii-s lili i. ' i v iHt t!i-ciir.ii'K au'oni-. No (iniii-; i . ji.itvd t. ivsidvr full -alii'ai lion to all hi , r r.ni-,. and l;i- char,; will be u ler.ije, to j". f 1: 1 1 in.--. n.iij lyr jv .( i:i(. .!',. .iniiv m. ti:w !!T. lUtiGLN'S & STEWAIIT3 (L.iie of Savannah, .Mo..) Attorneys at Law3 Lor. 1th and iviiaond strwt, over Uoodlivc's Jewelry .-.lore, ST. JOEPii, .1JO., "Will practice in all the c.diit in Vortlnvest A .! --j. iiideiice addi-e-'-ed to ns sit Savannah or r .! .t-h ull n- -i with fionijit attenti-.u. v. n-i t! .tit' Jitioii ;;. i u J i oiler! -il J. I. ( oojicr. Thoinns Greenlci'. Dealers in 1)7' it qs. Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Dye-Staffs, School Boohs, Miscellaneous Books Blank Books, Stationery, TfVAil P.AP8?, Building Paper,. Picture Frames, Mirrors, Mouldingsr Window Shades, Pocket Knives, Shoulder Braces, Trusses, Lamps, Toilet Articles, Notions, $-c. CHOICE FAMILY GR0- CEIIIES, GARDEN SEEDS, $c, In Brick Drug Store, (lately occupied by Jl. II, J)obbins,)south side of the public square. Savannah, Mo. April 1S75 Gm.J. President and the Sioux Chiefs. Tlif Sioux Chiefs made :i formal visit to tlie I'ri'sident la.-t week. They were ried out in lull Indian costume, be smeared irith ):unt and decked with leathers. The oltject of their vi.-it was in reirard to iriviuo; up the I 'lack Hills to the Government. A hirire number of ladies and gentlemen weri! present, including the Governors of Dakota, Wy oniinn" and Ari.ona. The (.'hiefn ar rsiniftftl themselve in a semi-eirele, and the President addre.--d them aslollov: The President then, through William Fihler. an interpreter, addressed the In dians as follows : "I want, to say to the Indians to-day something about the ob ject lirinijhip; them here, and a lew words lor them to think about, but noth ing: for them to reply to at present. 1 have always been a friend to the Indians, anil am very anxious to do what I think best for tlndr gjood. The country where they now live. a they must be well aware, is entirely incapable of support ing; them should the government cease to g;ive them aid. Py the treat y of YS, clothing vf. "ranted them for thirty years, and provisions for only live years. The food and proviHons, therefore, which have been riveu to them for the ia-t two vears. have been a gratuity on the part of Congress. Tho.-e may be taken from them at any time, without any violation of She treaty, vdy inter est now N to make some arrangements with them by which they and their chil dren will lie secure for the future. ""(Sev eral of the Indians -presed their ap proval of these entimt-nls by exclaim ing;, Ug"h! ugh!"' The President resum hvj;: '-As I .-aid in the beginning;, it must tie evident, to them il .-.applies of food shotdd he withhetd by the Goyoru metit it A.'ouhl he impossi'de for the In dians to live where they are now. An other thing; I would call their attention to is thi-: They must see that the white people outnumber the Indian-; two hun dred to one. t:kmg; all the Indians with in lite territories owned by the United States Tliis number of whites is in creasing; so verv rapidlv that befor-i , many years it will be impos-ibie to tix any point within the limit of our Serri to"v where you can prevent them going;. !t will lieeome neeessaiw that the white people !hall g'o ironi one pl iee to anoth er, whether occupied by the Indians or j not. the same as they g; from one Slate J to aaother. For this reaxm it is very j de.-Irable that while there are friends J here to l ok after their interests they sh'iuld be situated where they would be able to get their r.ipport beyond any j contingency. J d not propose to ask i them without their consent to leave their 1 homes where they were born and rais-; ed. but 1 want to point out the advanta- ! p;s to them and their children, if the will accept -'.ch arrangements as may i be proi)i-ed to them, ol the territory 1 south of wli-re they now live, where the c'iine.te is very much better, where gras is mueh better and where game is more abundant, such as bu'lalo, where ! there is good pasturage for animals and ' where teachers can be sent among the , Indians to instruct tlcm in the arts of) civilization and the means of self preser-1 vat ion and supporl. This year we have t had great difiieully in keeping the white J people from going to the Black Hilis in j search ol gold. Uut we h:'ve so far i prevented tiiem Irom going. hvry year this same diflieulty will be ciiciiu tered unless the right o! white pople to go to that country is granted by the Indians, and may in the end lead ti. hos tilities between the whites ami the In dians without special lault on either dde. If uch trouble should occur and be come general, it would certainly lead to withholding, lor the time being.at least, the supplies which thu Government has been sending to them. All this trouble 1 want to avoid. I want to .'ee them well provided for, in such a way that arrangements will have to be respected by 1113" successors and other adminis trations for the luture. 1 want the .In dians to think ot what J have said. J don't want them to say anything to-day. I want them t'o talk among themselves, and be prepared to hear from the Secre tary of the interior and the Commis sioner of indian Affairs, who are author ized to speak lor me and will' bu gov erned by my advice. This is ail I want to say lo them."' The Indians then withdrew, evidently disappointed in not haying had an op portunity to reply to the President. SAL) DKSTKL'CTIOX OF LIVE THE KKSL'LT or CAiu:Li:$sxE3iS. CoriOtnrs. 0., May 26. By the fall ing of a scaffold at the Central Ohio Hos pital for Insane, here to-day, Geo. Bow ers, Jerry ltyan, Alfred, Gottleib and W. j Herman were killed, and Fred Kunlz and Ben Smith were fatally injured. They fell a distance ol eighty-five feet. One man on the scaffold made a de scending jump of thirty feet, alighting j on a wall, and escaped without injury. During the excitement which prevailed, the tinners on one ot the towers quit their work and left a sodderiug pot be hind, from which lire communicated to the root and set lire to the tower, dam aging it to the amount; ol $5,0OOu. The A difficulty occurred west ot town last Saturday morning between a youujr man named Fitch, who is a herder, and another young man named Beason, in which the former was severely pummel ed. The dis'.iculty grew out of theneid ing huines- Beason was tried belore F.-npiire Addington for a-au'it and- bat tery, anil lined 61. t Iks lowest line which can be imposed, all of which goes to show that the- people hereabout don't have muvh sympathy lor the herderi. Maysvi-llo Uegii,er L'olh. Tine f'uv or the Dim ;o(:ri "Let the modern (':. s;,j- di.-hand his legions!' is the cry of the Democratic demagogue. The federal army is less than ;0.OliC stronir. A few regiments are in the South to guard our forts anu to protect public property. For the legitimate work of the nation, guarding the fron tiers ftoni the Indians, caring for its forts, ar.-enals. and army depots we should have not less than ."iO.it'jO troops. Vet the dentagoi'tie calls for the dis bandmenl of our present inadequate force, an? draws a picture of "Grant, the tyrant, surrounded by armed le gions." When will this Democratic 1 waddle ee:e'- When will partkan ma lice expend iis fm-ee.' When vdil com mon sen-e tai-.ethe place of pasiou irsd prejudice? Not until the voice of the nation is again heard repudiating, as unworthy ol trti.-t, the party that seeks to ride into power upon these base ef forts of demagogism. Be.public. Anarchy in Hickory County. A "state of anarch and terror exists in Hickory county, in Southwe-t Missouri, growing out ol the killing of one man and wounding of another. The deputy sheriff in re-arresting rhe patties killed one man and woumhil another. Bobert with lift v armed men are refusing ar rest. The friends of the men shot.sixlv in number, arc also armed and blood shed imminent . The Slate is called on to enforce law and order. Destitution of tlio People. The Pleasant Hill (Cass Co.) Kcvicw says : Xow is undoubtedly the d.u'kest hour in the history c.i Western lissouri. During the war, when arraml legions .uveptover our border deva-.4ating with lire and sword and depopulating the country, it was dark, but t hen it was pos-ible to get sonc food f..r both man 2nd beast, and through an occasional ritt in the dark cloud, hope looked with gladdened eyes to a brlghte." luture. But no.w that the grass!- jjer plague is upon us, and as it is general' believ.'d that they will devastate and make deso late the whole country, ar.d s we have b:-en afUicted with two dv Reason.' in succession, and short rons. a :y of distress, such as was never be ml here belore, goes up from all ove tnis jand; hope sickens and the heart s:aks in des pair. In oniinary times we could pro duce -ibundaut crops, c; rn and oafs, and would have been, hi a measure, prepared : but suffering, as we are,lVom two yeans of unusual droul! , this ca lamity comes upon us and fuds us whol ly unprepared. :: :k There are some among us who have been blessed with plenty, and who are not suffering from the plague. A lilt.e from their stores will not impoverish them, and we sincerely hope that, m tlie goodness of their heart-: they will come forward and lend assistance to their suffering fellow-creatures. HEXKV COKXTY is iraking similar steps in behalf of the unfortunate among her new settlers. The people are contributing and starl ing aid depots, and the State Grange had shipped them five car-loads of corn. HAVIXi; opened anew KCi;M"ri"!:K STOb'E in Savannah, I take thi- method of inform ing the public that I am rcad to promptlv till all order- for Furniture at rati" in kecpinirVith Ii.nd times. All who need anything in niv line are invited to call al my .-tore", i Main .-"treet, north wi-t public sdiiaiv, m Waterman'- build ing, and examine tin; XKW h'l'OCK OF FLMU XJTl :V. for sale. I ha-'e Ihe liiatestand best afsortmr!it in the city, all of which vill be sold on reasonable tcrm-i. Don't forge the place, a ml when von aiv in town cull at the new Mirriittiie store. LOUIS FALKE. Savannah, April 1), tim William ii-oclsham, Dealer in WAT CITES, CLOCKS. SIL YER WARE, JEWELRY! Repairing neatly and promptly executed.. Xortli side the square, SVA.XXiJI- O. Mortgage Sale. , TTTTiKI.'EAK on the isth day of April, 1.-71, ! Vj .laccih 1". nri-and drnc.o 1-'. Curt.- hi wife, ot the county of A:idie. , in he State i.l I .Mi otiri, made, ruled and delivered, to i Nichoia- "'old. ft' lh" comity ot Andrew, in the ' Mate ol ..Ii.--ii,!ft. their .Moitfrn re Peed, (which -i-i i I Movt.wj.' Deed i i' cordi d ill Uook t'.t. a' , !.';.;4e .Wi. Ill the ollirc of the IJeeoliler of l)''td- I ol Anlivw courts, "."e.s.-'oiiri,) conveyinj; i :siid Nicholas Ko'-d the following drerribcil Vt :d e. ' taie .-dtnaled in th-ciiiinty ot Andrew, in Hie f Sta'e ol Mi ouri. that is to .-ay, liie V:;.t halt ot the Mrithea.-l ;ieir!er of .-errion No. t'.'entv- Hirer 'SI) , m township Xo. .-ixty (!,, ol';:ai".'e No. tliirty-loiir (.'!!), cotitaiiifiii; lu'hty acre.-J more or It s, in trust to cure the ayiiiint ot a s certain promi.-.sory nole, in said Morijpijre i)ctd di-.-rrioeil. j Anii Vhercns. it ;s prmi.lod in said "Jlnrttrap 1 !eed ik-ii it the .iidpr,md.nory note .-half not be will and truly paid, when the .-ant" In-come.- due and p-iyalde. arrei-'lnir to the tenor and el- tret therof. tlieii and in that c.i.--e, the nnder- ! Milled imht il'oceed to .-ell the real i state ! -re-inhetole de-'ril'-d, a: public Veiidli", to the J highest bidder, a! the Court lbn:.-e door, in the i city oi".'-u.iii'iuh, c.iimiy of Andrew, and Slate ol'.Mi-s usi-j ir.-t trivinr .-ivtv d.ivs p'iblic notice i . of the time, !erm-. and pl,i e of-ale, and ot" the i ! 1'iviperly to lc .-old by adverti.-eineiit in .-t.n:e i I iu-w-iaiier pr.nteti in the cnujij'. of Andrew, and ' State afoiv-uit, and upon .-uch nU- shall c.e- i j euie a:nl h h-rr :: i: ed in Ire simple of the j i propi rt -old to the piircha-er or pRrrhascr- ! thereot',"anl r.-ri ive ilie proceed-ot said .-ale. out i t of which he -.iall lirst pay the co-t -and t . pens. .- j ai:eniiiiir si.cn s-ue arid net t!ie al.vr.mt !iie on the -aid note and the r maiudrr if any , -hall be paid to the -aid Jacob !'. Cltl'ts. or hi- legal rep- , VcMMitatives. i And herra- t'ne -aid notc.as AVell a- the inter- I e-t thereon, remain- due and miaid. Xo'.v, thcel'.-re, by iiu oi'th - power in me Vested bv 1 said Mortgage D-cd, I will on " ( Saturday, the 3rd day of July, l.STo, J bet wren the hours of nine o'clock in the fore noon and foe o'clock in the afternoon of that ilav at the Court lbiue door, ia tise city ol a vaunah, comity of Andrew, and State -i Mi ott- ri, proceed to .-! i the re:;l c.-l.ite hi eiii e!'. re de-rribed at public veiiilt.." to the Uiirhe-t bii'.der forc:i-u a::d apply the pnn reds -ile to tile pt"vpt-iea i:iriit!oiie '. in -aid .Moriga - ored. .NICHOLAS r OI.'O, MMrtg.i-.ee with I'oiverot'r-aie. .1. A. S v:r.::- Attorney. April .J':ii, l-.."i .mJ'"d-. i eso j ! j 1 1 O Ul , . a pj p r?" i-J j w i i ! L. i y 9? in Q p hi . - 6 o O ti O L?fl -j '. i a i i t : OG 5 2 fi p. V Q C"fl k r ns kkti t,,i i (.z p PJ 1 'SB-ill L in KM AT THE OLD STAND. South Side the J'ubhc Square. rrO my old customers I take gjvat p ean in JL aniieimcing that 1 h.-oe brought from Xew York one of tin- hege-t -fork- of goods in my line ever brought to this city, consisting in part of Ready-Made CLQTHINS! Hals and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Ti talks, I 'a Uses, Carpet Bags, Notions, Jewelry r &. Having been in husiiies- in this r"ty for six teen year.-, tile citizen-? of Sicannuii and A .1 iliew county may re.-i yretty w'l assured that I hae had .-ullicieiil evpiirienre to imder-'and and ainjily provide for the Wants of the trade i: this vicinity. Call and Examine Our Goods and, Prices. A.KCIU'STER, '21 South side Pi--jive, Savannah. Boot & Shoe Maker, Ami Dealer in RK VDY 3IAI)Ii Hoots ami Shoe, North -ide 1'ublic s-ouare, s.WAXXAH, MO. THE mider-iiri:f.i would respectfully inform the public that he will aluay- keep on hand a -apply ot the Best M a t i: i:t a i. , which will be made up on short notice, and in the highe-t style ot the art. llep.iiring neatly done aid promptly attended to. Satisfaction" guaranteed and terms reasouahle.. A.-UOEUSAU leb-IOly M IOC The Public will find a good assortment; of at Tin-: stoki-: of SO UTJT- WEST CORNER of p yjBLic so ca:re7 SAYANNAJf, MO., Prices s& Low as any House in the "West. Cash buyers will find it to their Interest to examine my Stock. Savannah, April ;' t!i. is?.'). M &E?$ 73 A L E 'Woolen Factory, a i r f 1 a ' n it r- tti n I. S 1 AND SPINNING- "TiilK si.bsrribev- v.-o;t!d n ;ef' V-.Vy arnr.uncf. 3 to the j nl.iie lh.il tin.' are r irady to r ceive Wool lo ea-.d ,!! roll-, nr c ; t ;.i..l spin. Mr. r-ii-ey, one ol the f.m, v:i! pay hs j-r---onal attention to the v.onlcit ttepar' meiit. a"t !hii !..- Irom uii long experieievat ihe iuwites,, he can salrly gtiaiaut. e ali WotU done ia a in--! v orkn aiiiike nuinmr. H,-i-oti briti'zii'i Wool Ut Work up, -.ioilM have t Well clean-... ale I to eVrrv se it pollltd-of Wo d, t"'1 d ot lanl or nil v. ill ivmirei, tUi WE Vti.i, I I SiMS-tl OIL X. Ii. er-ot; fivm a di-f.ince 'ir;nr"i!g wo--l to ; int, by ren'.-.iir.tnir tiver nig!t -ai liu e im-ir wool card"il to ; ik- h-iine wiiit ih,-m. T!se Vn r.-. S'ovftiN 'i Al 'I'!X, in ti.-n v.ith t.'-e i.oii ii I-actoij are i-iimuiig a Merchant and Custom Ffoirring uYM, and -iicis a -isare ot patronage in that line. Ai-o v.a:il d i.i.co p'.iindr. ol" vo.jI, !' r wht the ll'g'ie.-i j re-e w ill b paid, iool r.dio aud y.in: kept on l...:a l irtale. AUSTIN & 3S3SZ. "I'll" tlnib'r-iied ?:a - anil will keeo c ni-i:i'",Ir on hand at Ani. zoni.i. a h:rc lot ot X". 1 lime, i'erii!.-..ed .. 'he mu-L reasonable term-, eilncr I in bulk or ii..rr. I. . hX.-EI . t . Vpri! :'ath, )-7."i no-I :;n. i GHAS. W. HALE, LOCAL a(;ext !ST- L0'JIS LFE INSURANCE CO. i'.r.d no Caeit.tl Sl.ftfKUXM). As-et s,-.'0().n.H. lii-k- -oliciict. ail and see me, an-t 1 will m ure a hs-rate than any other tr-pnn-ible co!iip:;n . tC"-Oi"!ice at V. ateimr.l & Xa-di' - hai.ber yiinl, Savannah, Mo. -''-. $100,OOOloax! ov rrrnnrr.n r-uiv;. yX IOWA a: 1 M1--I M Ui. f ; a ti i m of vear-. 1 at 10 PER CENT. INTEREST", li lu'i,. prmieii i ..ii u. .ii.it-. aildie i.io. . Ficank 0.i:;:i)W, lkutl.n, Coniiug, Iowa, on M". V". Cai.iwi;ll Savannah, roi: Andrew Co. . lo Dealer n HAEBLB, MOOTMBNTS, KEAESTOSSS, TA3L3T8, c:o. Xorthea.-t corner I'ltblf .piare, savamiab. Mo. J an now pivpan d to til! i.rd r- lor I r.v r.ri.i: Wouk, ir'onia good -t lection t de-i:-and material U m 11 and promptly execu ted, and on tin- m -t reasonable ti :nis. Maidi :th. isT.'. ly. Money TO LOAN, At Tea Pes. Cciat.- Apply to lYilliaiR ClirillacoiJjc, Ileal EMatc Ayo.nl, Savannah, Jo. Ollici- ne-ct dorr to County leik. feb'23m Teissa.t1 mid weet Potato prouts9 VOr. SALE CHEAP AT W. B HOWARD'S "Nurssry,. Savannah,, Moj