June 7th, 1K7.".
Ed. IiKplt.licax: The citizens of
Rochester Township meL in Shanks'
hall on .Saturday. June ."ith, for the pur
pose of devising ways and means for
protecting themselves from the depreda
tions of the "festive grasshopper." The
meeting was organized by electing X.
Ford, chairmau and J. I. Tiles, secre
tary. Upon taking the chair Mr. Ford of
fered a lew appropriate remarks, ex
planatory of the object of the meeting,
commending the spirit evinced by the
farming community, and counselling
immediate and determined action.
Upon motion a committee of live men
were appointed by the chair to draft res
olutions embodying t lie sentiments of
the people. The following named person-
constitute said committee: duo.
Suovdcn, Y. II. II. (iilbert, Beriah
Thompson, Win. iiedillck and James
Dr. F. A. Simmons by request ad-dres-ed
the meeting at some length, ot
fvring valuable suggestions, thai were
listened to with marked attention.
The Committee on Resolutions sub
mitted the following, which were unan
imously approved :
Wiir.K'K.vs. Owing to the devastations
of grasshoppers and other pests, the
crops in this part of the county are be
ing destroyed, and the farmers are in
inot ease- without proper eed to re
plant, it is therefoie resolved.
First That steps nmt and shall lie
immediately taken to procure Mich seed
as wil. mature when planted late in the
Second That in view of the desti
tute condition of many fanners in our
Township, we respectfully .submit that
it would lie wise, judicious, and for the
best interests ol Andrew eouutv. that
our Honorably County Court in con
Junction with the Township Hoards, be
re jui'sted to take some elfectivo steps to
aid us in this trying emergency. And
it is further
yi'Wtv?, That we deem a unanimity
of action amongst the fanners essential
in view of the" many discouragements
that threaten and surround us. and
vve hereby Mirgi't that a committee of
live on permanent organization be ap
pointed, with Ford as chairman, whose
duty shall be to ascertain the wants of
the people, and provide to the best of
their ability, such means as are practical
to meet the requirements of the hour.
JU.-nilnil. That with the aid of Al
mighty God we will manfully struggle
to avert the calamity, and "we will nev
er give up the ship."
On permanent organization the chair
appointed the following gentlemen : C.
"W. Douglas, Nat Zink. R. Thompson, J.
H. Stephens, with Ford as chairman.
Upon motion it was resolved that a
copy of the resolutions adopted by this
meeting be forwarded to each of the
count- papers, and the publishers there
of be respectfully requested to give them
Upon'motion the meeting adjourned.
$100,000 The Donation to Pritch
ett School Institute.
CIlascow, Mo , "May 22, 1875.
En. Gi.ascow .lorKNAi. : As you
have in your editorials, heretofore, no
ticed tin-: gift of Miss Berenice Morrison
to Fritchctt School Institute, perhaps
an olliciai act of the Hoard of Trustees,
made this day, with respect to said do
nation, may be sufficient interest to your
readers to justify tin insertion in your
paper, as follows :
Whereas, It has been officially an
nounced to this Board by her legal rep
resentative, Rev. J. (). Swinney, that
Miss Berenice Morrison has donated the
sum of One Hundred Thousand dollars
Pritchell School Institute, one half of
the same to be devoted to the general
fund of the schoo:, and the remaining
half to build, equip and endow a really
Scientific Astronomical Observatory,
therefore be it
Resolved by this Board of Trustees,
That with a gratitude which words can
not express, we accept this magnificent
donation, and that we will most sacred
ly administer the noble trust which it
Resolved, That the Secretary of this
Board transmit to Miss Morrison a copy
of this resolution, with the assurance
that this deed ol benevolence, so timely
and so liberal, by which she at once
places our school in the front rank of
the schools of the State, will forevei em
balm her name and her memory in our
hearts and in the hearts of grateful
thousands in our land.
Yours, Very Truly,
Sec'y, Board ol Trustees F. S. I.
TIIE KILLING OF CKOSliY STILL IX DAUK
XESS. ViCKsmTKt;, June 8. Crosby, the ne
gro Sheriff, who was shot yesterday is
still in a critical condition. Sitmer," the
Deputy Sheriff, was tried before a Jus
tice of the Peace to-day but was dis
charged, there being no proof against
him. Xo new developments to-day.
According to the Kansas City Times,
heavy rains in and around that place
from the 2Gth to the 28th ult., destroyed
immense numbers of grasshoppers.
Order of Publication-
In the l-Ntnte lit" Samuel Warner, ilccM.,
.Mary Warner, Administratrix.
NOW on this day come Mary Winner, Ad
ministratrix of the Kstate of Minniel War
ner, deceased, late of said county, nnd presents
to tl.e court her petition pra injrlbr an order lor
the sale of certain real state of which Sanricl
Warner died seized, described as follows: The
north-east ipiirtcr of section No. twonly-foitr
(L4).and ten acres the north-west part 'of the
south-east quarter of section twenty-f.ur, and
sixty acre-, the north part of the west half of the
south-west ipiarti-rof .-aid section twenty-four,
and thirty-four acrts the west part of the north
part of tin- north-west quarter of section thirty
six (:;.;, all in town-hiii -ity-one (il), of rnnjje
thirty veil (.!7 : and also the mirth-west quar
ter of section No. nineteen, in township No. sixty-one.
of ransrc No. thirty-six. containing one
hundre I and seventy-two a;id sS-Iihith. acres: all
in Andrew county, in the Slate of .Mi-.-ouri, to
pay tiie dehts ol said estate; which said petition
wa accompanied by the accounts, lists and in
ventories, as required by law, showing that said
estate is indebted, and that said debt- are un
paid, and Til 1 there is not siillicieut assets, on
hand to pay t:ie same.
On examination thereof ir is ordered by the
court that all per-niw int rested in the estate of
said deceased, be notified tha application a.-
at-n-es;. j.i lias h, en made, and that unless- the
contrary b' shown on or before the first day of
the ill J term ot this court, to tie held oil tlle'-Jlst
day ol diiiic next, an order wiil he made for the
safe of the real estate in said petition described,
or -o much thei-eol as shall l.e siillicieut for the
p;: men! of said debts and the expenses ol such
And it ii fm'.her ordered that this notice be
pnMishril in some newspaper published in said
county ot Andrew for four weeks prior to the
ii. -xt term of tills court.
sta tic or .'dis-s, iri:i,
C'orwi or .n::r.w.
1. -J. II. r.iMv.ell, .lud.L'e of Probate in and for
said co'.iety, hereby cei tity that the loivuoinjr is
:: true coiix'ol the order therein set forth, as the
sane- reimii;.- of record in my ollice.
'77 "C-) Witne.-s my hand aiiit oilicial seal at
OY oiiicein savannah. thi ."ith ih of Mav,
s- r.:,. ,1. i:. CALDW KLL,
May II iio.M Jmljrcol Probate.
Order of Publication.
Anna K. Ilun.ckcr,
w . T I vnri'n
l.i the Circuit Court of Andrew county, Missou
ri, belo-.-r the Clerk theieof, in acatloii, .Mav
i V" on thi-J dav comes the Plaintiif in the
io entitl'-d cause and lib's her iietition
ami nlinlavi;, siatintramon other things, that
th above named defendant. Frederick Jlun.e
ker, is a non-resident of this Slate.
It is therefore ordered by the Clerk aforesaid,
in vacation, that publication be made notifying
him th.n an action has been commenced against
him by petition in the 'rcuit ourt of Andrew
co!!ii;" aloiesaid, lb.-object and general nature
of inch is to pn.cu'e the older anil decree of
s.iid court dis.-oh ini: lhe bonds oi'ma!rimon ex
isting between him and the plaint i'f herein," and
that imle-s he Ik-and app; ar at tin-nest term ol
s-i'd court, to be hidden at the Court House, in
ihecitj f savannah, in the coitutx ot Andrew
aforesaid, on the second iav of August, is;.-,,
and on or before the -ixth day thereot, (if the
term .shall so loin:' continue, and if not, then be
fore the end of th.- term) judgment w ill be ren
dered against him as n-.i ed in plaint'iIV's peti
tion. It is further ordered that a copy hereol bo pub
lished in the Andrew County Keptihlicau, a
newspaper published in said county of Andrew
for four weeks successively, ami tnat the las' in
sert ion he at least tour weeks before tin- com
mencement of the next term of said court.
s. 1-:. sKKLY, Clerk.
stati: or Missoi ia,
Coi vTVor Axii::kw, j -
I, S. K. ee!y. Clerk of lhe Circuit Court
within and for the county of Andrew, in the
State of Missouri, do hereby certify the above
and fore.uiej to be a true opy of the Order of
Publication in the cau-e therein named as the
same appear on tile in my ollice.
, v In testimony whereof, I have here-
) . s t unto set m hand and aiiixed my olli
! fcial seal at mv ollice, in savannah, this
1 . ' " Itli day ol dune, 17."i.
s. K. SKKLY, Clerk.
June Uth, IsT.-i no:;i wl.
Order of PubLicabioii.
Samuel ileiisley, Plif.
I.ucnida Heusley, Deft. J
VfiHV on this Uth day of June, IsT."!, comes the
Ft plaintiT, by .1 . A. Sanders, his Attorney,
and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court,
that the defendant is a non-resident of this
state, and cannot, be summoned in this action,
It is thereupon ordered by the court that pub
lication be made notifying her that an action has
been commenced agafiist her by petition iu the
Circuit Court of Andrew counly aforesaid, the
object and general nature ol which is to procure
the order and decree of said court dissolving the
bonds of matrimony existing between her and
the jilainrilf herein," and that unless she be and
appear at the next term of said court, to be hid
den at the ( oiiri House, in thecitv of Savannah,
in the eouutv of Andrevv aloi-es.ni, on the sec
ond day ol Augiiat, is7.", and on or before the
sixth day thereof, (if the term shall so long con
tinue, and if not, then before the end of the
term) judgment will be rendered against her as
prayed m pkimtii! s petition.
It is further ordered thai a copy hereof be pub
lished in the Andrew County Kcpuhlicau, a
newspaper publish, d in said county of Andrew
for four weeks successively, and that the last in
sertion be at least four weeks before tin; com
mencement of the next term of said court.
STATE OF .MIsSOl'l.'I,
Cor NT r ok Aximikw, y ' '
I, S. K. Seely. Clerk of the Circuit Court
within and for the county of Andrew, in the
State ol'MNsouii, do hereby certify the above
and torchon, g to he a true copy ot the Order of
Publication in the cause therein named as the
bame appears of record in my ollice.
K v. In testimonv wheieof, I have here-
J t I unto set my hand and allixed my olli-
i ciai seal at mv ollice. in savannati,tiU3
r-1 J"!' l:ty of Jillle, lsT.I.
S. E. SEELY, Cleik.
I. A. SANor.ns, Alt'y.
June 11th, Js7" noSI wl.
TO CUEDITOUS and others interested in the
estate of James Alexander, deceased, take
notice that at the June term of the Probate Court
for Andrew county, Missouri, to be held at Sa
vannah, on the Mist day of June, 1S7."), 1 will
make final Settlement f said estate.
PEKI.'Y MESS1CK, Admr.
(ireenlee & King Att'v's. no:!0w4
W 3SS "W
HAVIXC opened anew FUllXITl'RE STORE
iu savannah, I take this method of inform
ing the public, that I am ready to promptly Ml
all orders, for Furniture at rates in keeping with
hard times. All who need anything in my line
are invited to call at my store, ou Main street,
north west public square, in WateYman's build
ing, and examine the NEW STOCK OF FUR
NITURE for sale.
1 have the neatest and best assortment in the
city, all of which will be sold on reasonable
terms. Don't forge the place, and when you
aro in town cll at the new luruiture store.
Savannah, April 9. (im
Our job department is very complete,
and we can furnish all classes of work
as neatly and cheaply as can be donei
Give us a call and we'll warrant satisfaction.
Order of Publication.
Addie M. Hall,
In the Circuit Court of Andrew county, Mis
souri, before the t'lerk of said court in vaca
tion May '.".Ith, 1S7;".
NOW on this day comes the Plaintilf in lhe
above entitled cause and tiles her petition
and allidavi! stating among other things that the
above named defendant Dwight Hall, is a non
resident of this Slate.
It is therefore ordered by the Clerk aloresaid
in vacation that publication be made notifying
him that an action has been commenced against
him, by petition, in the Circuit Court of Andrew
county", Missouri, the object and general nature
of winch is to procure the order and decree ol
said court dis.s.dv iinr the bonds of matriiiiony
existmg In tween him and the phtntitr herein",
and that unless he be and appear at the next term
ol said Court, to be holden at the Court Mouse,
in the city of Savannah, in the count of Andrew
aforesaid", on the second day ot August, Js7.",,
and on or before the (ith day thereot, (ii the term
shall so long continue, il not then before the end
ol'sjid term) judgment will be rendered against
him as prave.l in Plaintiff's petition.
ll is further ordered thai a copy hereof be pub
lished iu the Andrew County Republican, a
newsiaper published in said eouutv of Andrew
for four weeks successively the last insertion to
lie at least four weeks before the commence
ment of the next term of said court.
S. E. SEELY, Clerk.
STATE OF MISSOURI, s
COINTY I IK A.MIUKW, i' " "
I, S. E.Se.ly, Clerk oflhe Circuit Court with
in and tor the county of Andrew, in the State of
.Missouri, do berebv' certify tin: above and fore
going to be a true copy of the Order of Publica
tion in the cause therein named as the .-nine ap
pears on Me in my ollice.
a I n t . iiiii.iif' lili nil" I telt'r li..i.iiit
j ( to -el mv hand and allixed my oilicial
' ' ( s, a! ai my ollice. in savannah, Mis-
v-- ' siiilri liii"-; -"llli .Inv oI'Mav. IsT.";
s. E. SEELY, Clerk.
F. KicKt:!!i: vcki-.k, Attonuy.
June Ith, ls7." iio:i:; v 1.
Order of Publication.
Sarah J . I'Conneli, )
vs. 5- Divorce.
Daniel J. O'Connell, )
In the Circuit Court ol Andrew county, Missou-
soiiri, bel"i-e tiie Clerk thereof, in vacation,
June 1st, ls7.".
"VyoW on this dav comes the Plaintiff in the
1.N abi.ve entitled c,.ui-e and files her petition
and allid-iv it, stating among other things, that
the above named deleiidant, Daniel J. O'Con
nell, is a non-resident ol this State.
It is theiefore ordered by the Cieik aforesaid,
in vacation, that publication be made notifying
him that an action has he. a commenced against
him by petition in tin-Circuit Court of Andrew
county aloresaid. the object and general nature
of vv l-icli is to procure the onhr and decree of
said court dis-oivhur lhe bonds of matrimony i-x-istiicr
between him and the plainti.'fhereiv," mid
that unless he be and appear at the next term ol
s-iid court, to he hidden at the Court Hoiie. in
thecit v of savannah, in the county of ndrew
afoi'esaid, on the second day of August, ls7.-,
and on o.-before the sixth day thereof, (if the
term shall so long continue, and if not, then be
fore the i nd of the term) judgment will be ren
dered ;igainst him as raed in plaintiff's peti
tion. II is furl her ordered thai a copy hereof he pub
lished in the Andrew County "Republican, a
newspaper published in said county of Andrew
for four weeks successively, and thiit thelat in
sertion be at least b.ur Wicks before the com
mencement of the lit-x t term of said court.
s. E. SEELY, Clerk.
STATE OF MISSOURI, ) s
Cut ni nF Amiiikw. ' ' "
I, S. E. sly, ( lerk of the Circuit Court
within and tor the county of Andrew, in the
state of Missouri, do hereby en-lily the above
and foregoing to lie a true copy ol tiie irder of
Publication in the cause therein named as tin:
same appears on lib- in my ollice.
r "- In testimony vv hereof. I have here
). f unto set my hand and allixed my oili
I " ' ' ( cial seal at' my ollice, iu Savannah, this
1 - v - r,t day of June, 1S7S.
S. E. SEELY. Cleik.
Mav Ith, 1S7."i no:i; wl.
lIFI.'i: S on tin. IStli il:iv of iiri! 1-5TI
i'V Jacob F. Curls and (Jruce F. Curts his
wife, ol the county of Amhew, in the State of
Missouri, made, executed and delivered, to
Nicholas Ford, of tiie county ol Andrew, in the
Stale of Missouri, their Mortgage Deed, (which
said Mortgage Deed is rf corded' in Rook l!i, at
Page .V'i, in the ollice of the Recorder of Deeds
of Andrew counly, Missouri,) conveying to said
Nicholas. Ford the t'ollowiiiir described Veal es
tate, situated in the county ot Andrew, iu the
Stale ol Missouri, that is fo say, the West half of
the Southeast quarter of section No. twentv
three (-:, in township No. sixty (tun, of Range
No. thirl -lour (.'!!), enntaiuiue; eighty acres
more or b-ss, "m trust to si-cure the payment ot a
certain promissory note, in said .Mortgage Deed
And Whereas, it is provided in said Mortgage
Deed that il the said promissory note shall not
be well and truly paid, when the same becomes
due and payable, accordinir to the tenor and ci
ted thereof, then and in that case, the under
signed might proceed to sell the leal estate here
inbefore described, at public vendue, to lhe
highest bidder, at lhe Court House door, in the
city of savannah, county of Andrew, and State
of Missouri, lirst givinir"sity days public notice
of the time, terms and place of sale, and of the
property to be sold by advertisement in some
newspaper printed in" the county of Andrew, and
State atoresaid, and upon such sale shall exe
cute and deliver a deetl in lee simple of the
propel ty sold to the purchaser or purchasers
thereof, and receive lhe proceeds of said sale, out
of which he shall first pay the costs and expenses
attending such sale and next the amount due ou
the said note and the remainder if any, shall be
paid to the said Jacob F. Curts, or Ins legal rep
resentatives. And whereas the said note, as well as the inter
est thereon, remains due and unpaid. Now,
therefore, by virtue of the power in me vested by
said Mortgage Deed, t will on
Saturday, the 3rd day of July, 1875,
between the 110111-5 01' nine o'clock in the fore
noon and live o'clock in the afternoon of that
lav at the Court House door, in the city of Sa
vannah, county of Andrew, and State of Missou
ri, proceed to sell the real estate herein lefore
described at public vendue to the highest bidder
lor cash and apply the proceeds of said sale to
the purposes mentioned in said .Mortgage Deed.
N'H IIOLAS FORD,
Mortgagee with Power of Sale.
J. A. Sax-ukks Attorney.
April :i()th, 1S75 no-iSt'ds.
"JVfOTICE is hereby given to all -whom it may
JL concern, that the undersigned has been ap
pointed by the Probate Court of Andrew Coun
ty, State of Missouri, ("iwmlian of Daniel
Ivnight, who was on the ISth dav of May. JS?5,
found by the verdict of a jury of Andrew Coun
ty, State aforesaid, to be of unsound mind, and
incapable of managing his affairs, therefore this
is to notify all persons to whom said Daniel
Knight may be indebted, to apply to the under
signed guardian, for the settlement of their said
claims, and to all who may he indebted to said
Daniel Knight, or mav have any business trans
actions witn him, to apply to the undersigned
guardian for their settlement and adjustment.
Uiven this ISth dav of Mav, 1S75.
LORENZ'O D. ROBERTS,
Cuardinn of Daniel Knight.
TAKEN up by Y. Knickerbacker, In .Tiickson
Township, Andrew County, Missouri, and
posted before me Jabe IVivvelt, Justice of the
Peace in and for said township, one bay mure,
live years old, both hind feet white above pas
tern joint, no marks or brands perceivable,
mane less on left side and blaze in the face, ap
praised at lltty dollars by G. W. Padgett anil
J. G. A. Leagre householders in said township
who were by me dulv sworn for that purpose, on
this 10th day of May", 1S75.
Given under my hand this 10th dav of May,
1875. JABE POWELL, J. P.,
N E W FIRM !
Having purchased J. F. Colburn's Hardware Store and re
moved it to the I. E. corner of the Square, and purchased
in St. Louis, a full stock of first class goods, consisting in
part of STOVES and TINWARE, QUEEN WARE, "and
GLASSWARE, WINDOW GLASS, LAMPS, TOOLs, of
all kinds, Rocket and Table Cutlery, House furnishing goods.
IRON, STEEL, and WHEELING NAILS, Garden and
Harvest tools, and in short everything usually kept in a first
class Hardware Store, wo are now oifcring them as cheap as
the cheapest, for CASH.
COME AND SEE US I I
Order of Publication.
The IMatc of JMiillii) I'. Roberts, deceased. Al
len Unit, Public Auiniiii-trail. i- of Andrew Co.
I -VJOW on this day conies Allen Holt, Public
JN Admiiiistratorof Andrew county, Missouri,
' iu charge of the estate of Phillip F. Roberts, b
ceasril, ami .present-, to the court Ins petition,
prayhur f'r an order for the sale of certain real
estate of which said Phillip F. Roberts died
seized, described as follows, to-wit: Tnirty-nine
ami ninctv-live-huiidicdlhs acres of lhe north
east piarter of ilieouth-vvestipiailer: alno, tlur-tv-foiir
and sixty-hundredths acre-iu lot three
(;!), aNo thirty-lour and iiiiiety-hiiiidreilths acres
the north part of the -oiith-vvest i;tiaricr of the
the boutli-wcst tiartc r: all in section thirty-live,
(.i). in tow i'ship sixt , ((!;)), of ranw thirty-live
(::.-), in Andrew county, Mi-.-ouri, to pay the
debts of said estate: Vviiich said petition" w:i
accompanied bv tne accounts, IM and inventory
as leipiiivd by "law, showing that said estate is
indebted, and that said debts are unpaid, and
that theie i.s not Miilicient assets on hand to pay
the same. On examination thereof, it i ordered
by the Court lh.it all persons interested in the es
tate of .said deceased be liotuied that application
as aloresaid, has been made, and that unless the
contrary be shown o-- or belore the lirst dav of
t lie next term of this Court, to be held on the -.'1st
day of June next, an order will be made lor the
sale of the real esiaie in aid petition d scribed,
or so much He reof as shall be suHicii nt for the
payment of said debts and expenses of such sale.
And it is further ordered that this notice be
published in . some newspaper published in said
Count of Andrew for four Weeks prior to the
next term of this Coiut.
STATIC OF MI.ssoi Rl, )
Coimy or A.siinnw. " S-
I, J. R. Caldwell, Judire of Probale m and for
said count , In-rebv fertile that the foiv'oiinr is
a true copy tr the notice therein set lorth, a the
same reiiieins of record in my ollice.
(FirZ-A Witness my band and the seal of said
(OVtt. court at ollice in savannah, this lthdav
v 12 f Mav, l.s7.-,,
.1. 11. CALmVKLL,
May It, no:;u Judire of Probate.
Notice of Pinal Settlement.
"ftJOTICK is hereby j;iven to all creditors and
VS others interesttd in the estate of Thomas
Forster deceased, that 1, Joseph Younger Kxec
utor wf said estate, will make final settlement
thereof at the next term Probate Court ol An
drew county, to be hehl at .savannah, on the :jd
Moiidav in June next.
JOSEPH YOl'NGKR, F.xecutor.
Greenlee Kin;j Att'y's. no.Wvvt
Tot ice is berebv "iven that I was oh the 1.1th
dav of Mav, 17.1, appointed Guardian of
John Pattison, declaied to be a person ol" un
sound inind by the Probate Court, of Andrew
Count Missouri, ami all per.-mis havini; claims
against him are required topiesent the tame to
me at once for payment.
Mav -Jl.-lw-no ."I. Guardian.
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all the Wall Taper
that can be used, and with this view has
purchased the largest stock that can be
found in this county. They will sell the
same on such liberal terms that all that
is necessary to insure a sale is an exami
nation of the stvles, quality and prices.
COOPER & GREENLEE.
Savannah, April 10, 1S75 2ms
JOHN h. &M1TII.
Formerly known as the "Smith's
Mill," situated about 5 miles north of
Amazonia, and six miles west of Savan
nah. Having been fitted up by the un
dersigned, they will do all kinds of
Custom Grinding and Sawing,
on short notice. They will keep con
stantly on hand, for sale,
flour, M Bran, Choppd-Fsd, Etc,
They solicit the patronage of all their
GSTRegular days of grinding, Friday
SMITH Si SHELLENEERGER.
TAKKX up by Hlisha P.. Pollers livin? in Lin
coln Township, in Andrew county ."lMissoii
ri, on the '.Mill day of May, A. 1)., l.sT.'i. out
dark iron t:ray inaiv, live" years old, I t bund
and ."J inches hih, collar mark on top f her
neck. small vv bite sput on back supposed to b
saddle marks, some white over left eye and
white spot in ieft Hank. Appraised at forty-live
dollar.-, by Crawford Marshal and John Tlond.
hoii-ehoblers of said Township.
A trueoopv lrom mv tray Mn k.
" I-:. It. s.TIN"?0?n,
Justice of the Peace for Lincoln Township.
June Ith. ls-T.'i no:5.!
GRANGERS, OR 01'JIERWISE,
J. E, IIickok, ol AVhitesville, IIo., is
selling a lirst-elass Reaper and "Mower,
the " Kirby.'5 Fully Warranted Bot
tom Prices ! Terms Easy !
April .'iu, 1875 cow
"For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
Avhicli is lafc
ing the hair.
It soon re
n y- rtvn n littiv
to its original
color, with the gloss and freshness of
youth. Thin hair is thickened, fall
ing hair checked, and baldness often,
though not always, cured by its
use. Nothing can restore the hair
where the follicles are destroyed, or
the glands atrophied and decayed;
but such as remain can be saved by
this application, and stimulated into
activity, so that a new growth of
hair is produced. Instead of fouling
the hair with a pasty sediment, it
will keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will present the hair
from turning gray or falling 01
and consequently prevent baldness.
The restoration of vitality it gives
to the scalp arrests and prevents
the formation of dandruff, which is
often so uncleanly and offensive.
Free from those deleterious sub
stances which make some prepara
tions dangerous, and injurious to the
hair, the Vigor can only benefit, but
not harm it. If wanted merely for
a HAIR, DRESSING, nothing else
can be found so desirable. Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not
soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich,
glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co,,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
ZOWEZT,, 'MASS. B
BOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
430. A farm of Gl acres, near Flni?
Springs; 40 acres under cultivatnn; HfH)
young apple trees; frame house; two
good wells, &;.
454. A choice farm of 196 acres; 120
in cultivation; a good house 36x40 ft-et,
well water, 150 apple trees and a variety
of other fruit; 1 1-2 miles from Roches
ter. 470. A very desirable, small farm of
40 acres, 3 miles northeast of Savan
nah. Good, new frame house of 3 rooms
and cellar, log stable and corn-cribs ; 70
bearing apple trees; 30 bearing peach
trees, and other frit trees, and 4 ac-ivs
of fall wheat growing; price, $l,U0O.
$1,000 cash, balance on reasonable time.
' WILLIAM CHALLACQMEE,
Heal Estate Agent, Savannah, Mo.
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