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Croquet sets al Cooper & Greenlee's All kinds of School Books used in the county are kept by L. G. Wilkerson. On Tuesday afternoon last lhc"Slars" ot this city, played a "Picked Kiue," a game of Base Ball, in vvhich the Stars came out victorious by the handsome score of 13 to .IS. With a little more practice the Stars vriil be able to play any nine -west of the Mississippi river, 'Pastimes"' included. -o- For pure Drugs, Chemical5?, and School Books, go to L. G. AVilkerson, successor to Sargent & "W'lkersou. -a- Mr. A. Schuster, who has been so long and successfully engaged in the clothing business in this place, sold out his entire stock the past week to Mr. John II. Tyner, of this place, also well known to the public as one of Savan nah's leading merchants in years past. Mr. Tyner will continue business at the old stand. -B- JR. II. Arnold, who was wounded in the recent disaster on the St. Louis, K. C. & Northern Hail way, died Tuesday evening at half-past six o'clock, in St. Joseph, from the effects of his injuries. His injuries consisted of a severe con tusion of the left shoulder, and internal injuries just above the leit groin. Mr. Arnold was about 27 years of age, and a resident and merchant ol'MaryvilIe,Mo. His remains were taken home the fol lowing day. O-B-c- A new lot of fancy stationery at PURYIANCE'S. o- Health, the poor man's riches, the rich man's bliss, is found in Ayer's Med icines, alter a fruitless search among other remedies. A word to the wise is sufficient. --o- Pure Cider Vinegar best kind can now be had at the Savannah Meat Mar ket, South side of the Square. noil --o- Great preparations are being made in St. Joseph for the Annual Exposition, that commences this year, Monday, September Gth, and lasts the entire week. Some eight or ten counties have secured space in the Exposition building for the display of their various products. Andrew county has secured two hun dred teet of table room for agricultural products, besides space to exhibit corn m the stalk of wonderful growth. The Herald says that "samples of corn pull ed up by the roots, have been found measuring seventeen feet in height,with 1 lour or live perfect ears on each stalk." "Old Settler's He-union," takes place on j Tuesday, the 7th. j -- 1 Mr. II. B. Sargent, late of the firm of Sargent & Wilkerson, is now making arrangements to open a new Drug Store in this place by the loth of September. He will occupy the room lately used by Mrs. Glazier as a storeroom, west side o t the Public Square. He is having the room fixed up in nice style, and his stock and fixtures will all be fresh and new. Mr. Sargent has been engaged in the Drug business in this city for six years, and during that time has gained the confidence of ouv people as a relia ble and competent Druggist and Pre scriptionist, which reputation he will maintain at his new stand. Hardy's Liniment, so successfully us ed in the cure of Big-IIead and Fistula, by "Uncle Dave" Moran and others, for sale by L. G. Wilkcrsou. The Northwest Missouri Baptist Sun day School Convention will meet m Bolckow, Andrew county, on Thursday, September 2d, at 10 o'clock a. m. Kev. Mr. Phillips, of St. Louis, and other prominent Sunday School men, will be present to give interest to the meeting. An excellent programme for the day and evening is published. The Northwest Missouri Association, embracing the churches in Holt, Atchi son, Nodaway and Andrew counties, will meet at the same place the following day, September 3d, at 10h o'clock a. m. A full delegation from each church aud Suudav School is desired. G. W. HUNTLEY, Pres. . You will find all the School Books adopted by the County School Board at L. G. Wilkerson's, where they can be had at introductory tyid exchange prices. no44'3t --- Ucn job department is very complete, and we can furnish all classes of work as neatly and cheaply as can be done Give us a call and we'll warrant satisfaction. Fisher & Dailey's Hog-Cholera Mix ture, for sale by L. G. Wilkcrsou. - Fou first-class job work of all kinds call at the IlEPunLiCAN office. We can't say we are just exactly sat isfied with the way Stiles & Hardy do their advertising. Thev don't advertise much in the papers, aud yet they are selling a heap of goods, and candor forces us to admit they have a fine store. W. S. Greenlee, Esq., as agent lor O. E. Paul, dining the last week, sold the "Adams County Union," Corning,Iowa, to Messrs. William Cook and George E. King, of Savannah. The paper will be continued under the management of Mr. King, who will remove to Corning at once to enter upon the discharge of his duties. He was the junior member of the law firm oi Greeiflce & King, of this place, and is a young gentleman of promie aud ability, and wields a ready pen. He is fully competent to impart increased interest and attraction to the co'umns of the Union, and we hope it will be well sustained by the good peo ple of Adams county. We learn it is Mr. Paul's intention to return to Indi ana, and go to farming and stock-rais ing. -VO- Crops destroyed! Money hard to get- aud John J. Miller has reduced the prices of his mammoth stock of Cloth ing to suit this state of affairs. Call and be convinced. The citizens of Andrew county are re quested to assist in making a display of our farm, orchard and garden produc tions at the St. Joseph Exposition, Sep tember Gih, 1S75. All ai tides that can be kept will be preserved and turned! over to the Evccutive Committee for exhibit'on at the Centennial Ecpo.silion, at Philadelphia, as the products of An drew county, Mo. W. W. Caldwell, ) Wr. 11. Ely, F.M. Taylor, J. A. Kelly, J. A. Sanduks, Wm. Hekkx. Articles can be left at E store any time next week. f (!nm Alderman The Savannah Dramatic Association gave another of their popular exhibitions on Thursday evening last. The success of their first hail created so favorable an impression on the public that oa this occasion they were greeted with a lull house, and a second time they have borne off the lively encomiums and ap plause of all who had the pleasure of witnessing their efforts. This time they presented "The Golden Farmer," a play well calculated in its various characters to convey a good moral and afford amusement too, and very Avell was it rendered. The play gave great satis faction to the large audience, it fre quently giving evidence of its approval by hearty applause. The proceeds of the evening amounted to over fifty dol lars, and at this rate it will not be loug before the indebtedness of the club is paid off. .-- Something New and Beautiful. At the West-End Millinery Establish mcnt Mrs. Buskirk received on Tues- , day last a splendid assortment of Ladies and Misses Hat. She has also a lull line of Millinery Goods and Notion, open for the inspection of the ladies, and Avill be continually receiving additions to the same. noiotf Savannah Guild. The Savannah Guild will meet at the residence of the Bev. John Bennett, on Friday evening, (Aug. i!7Lh.) All vho desire to spend a social hour cannot do belter than to attend this meeting. The literary exciciscs will he dispensed with on that occasion, and until the evenings become longer and cooler. Professional Croquet players will have a chance to display their skill, and ama teurs will have an opportunity to prac tice. A good time is looked for. Fail not to be present. Ko-Captured. We made mention six or eight weeks ago of a prisoner named Zachariah Jones escaping from the custody ofDep uty Sheriff Young. This man was charg ed with grand larceny stealing a cow in Kansas and bringing it over here. Information being received here of his whereabouts in Holt county, Mr. Y'oung concluded he would try his hand again at his capture, and went after him on Tuesday last. Ho succeeded in retaking him without difficulty , and this time took the precaution to securely handcuffhim, and in the evening lauded him safe in our jail, where he now lies. Quit the Business. We are gratified to note that Mr. Philip Brant, of this city, acting under the better impulses of human nature, has voluntarily abandoned the saloon business, and returned to his Barber Shop. For this noble action he de serves the generous applause of all good people. While the dimes may not Jill his pockets so rapidly, yet he can appreciate them the belter after they arc thus honorably earned, and as he and his sou arc skillfull work men, we hope they will receive a lib eral run of custom. City Improvement. Mr. Stevenson, City Marshal, for sev- for the management of the road, its oral weeks past 1m been engaged in ' conditions cr its connections; but wlth Avorking the streets of lie city with a j in a year a new departure was made in force of hands. During the past week ; the management, new ties and iron he has been engaged on Second street, i were put on the road, and new connec making some much needed improve ments there. A new stone wall to pro tect the culvert on t!i:il street, has been built, ami the road passage over it is greatly w'dencd. The general appear ance of thing-; down there has been much improved. Croquet Party. On Wednesday afternoon last,quite a large crowd of ladies andgentleir.cn assembled in Mr. J. A. Sanders' grove, south of town, for the purpose of having a general good, time play ing Croquet, there being three sets on the ground, all took part in the pleas ure. After playing until they were tired, Uicy then participated in some of the Injures of life, prepared for the occasion by the ladies, after which theyplaycd a few more games and then started homeward. All present seemed to enjoy themselves and were well pleased. "Y'c under stand that they intend to have anoth er one soon, and we hope they may have as good a time as the' did at this one. To Cheek Diarrhea. Diarrhea is a complaint that the hu man family suffer more from at this time of the year than from any other, and should be treated very carefully in order to restore the bowels to their proper strength. There is a wine made in New Jersey and sold by our druggists called Speer's Port Grape Wine, which is being used very successfully in Diar rhea cases ; in fact it is conceded by chemists to contain just such properties as to gradually check the fermenting of the bowels and add tone and vigor to the system so as to withstand the mias matic climate against these prevailing complaints. The Avinc is rich in body and is an excellent tonic, keejing the functions of the boAvels in their proper condition. Evening Post. DIED. In Grant City, on Saturday, August 14th, 187.3, after a short illness, Mau gaj:i:t:ia, wife of John Miller, aged 3S years, late of Savannah, Mo. Scliool Election Kotice. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN - that an election will be held on the 11th day of September, 1S75, at the Court House, in Savannah, Mo., in School District No. 42, in Andrew coun ty, for the purpose of electing four Di rectors to liil vacancies of the Savannah Public School Board, ocenrnng by the expiration of the terms of ofiice of J. II. Tyner and Lewis C. Stiles, and the res- ignalious of David ilea and Edward D. Nash. Said resignations to take effect September JOth, lS7o. This notice given in complbnee with Section 8 IS i Of t:.e Special Act in reference to School Laws governing cities and towns, in the State of Missouri. By order of the Board. ,T. B. MAJORS, President, J. II. Tj-nf.u. Clerk. August 27th, 3875 Id. TEY YOUR LUCK! TTK want ccrybo'ly in t"n Uniti-d states to see our l-.irc, r.iglu-vjao, literary and family j.ariT, ' TJIK SOl VKNlii," and in or der HiLt ail nuyjtidjjc of its merits for ttiem helves, vc will smd it. on trial, .six months lor only 5 cuts, ar. l to every dubscribf-r, we will FcnJl by mail, jiotaqe prepaid, one of our j.IAM 310X11 J'UKMIUJU PACKETS containing 10 good envelopes, 10 sheets urAva. note paper, 1 jfuod Penholder, 1 yood lead pencil, 2 steel Tons, 1 JlemoniiiJi ii: Book, 1 Card Photograph of all thePre.-idents of the niteil States, and Nice Premium of .Jewelry, wortli from '25 cents to$l. Don't let this pass you: try one pack age. Everybody is sure to get more goods than they ever brought beiVre for the same price, and the'luckiestget from live to ten times the value of their money. Vne paper alone is more than worth 50 cents, and we give you this magnilicent prize extra. Itemember the paper aud the pack et for only 50 cents. Agents'wanted. Address W. M. BURROW, P. O. Box 55. Bristol, Temi. Dedication. The new M. E. Church in Bolckow, I. Chivington, pastor, will be dedicated to the worship of Almighty God, August, 29th. The presiding elder, liev. Z. S. Wellcr, and other ministers, officiating. This church is one of the neatest in the county, costing about .$2,000. We be speak a good attendance on the occa sion. Toledo, Fcoria & Warsaw Railway. There is no route of travel from the West to the East that is gaining public confidence faster and more deservedly than the T. P. & W. Railway. In years past and gone, not much could be sa:d tions iormed, and it has now become one of the p'casar.lobt and safest routes to travel, offered to the public, and de livers passengers in New York, three or four hours in advance of other routes. By its new connections it has be come An excellent route to Chicago,ruuning through, via Illinois Central, without change of cars ; The best route to Danville, 111., and Torre Haute. Ind., via connection with C. D. & Y. ; Tiie best and only direct route to La fayette ; Tlie best and only direct route to Lo gansport ; And a direct route by all their con nections to Indianapolis, Louisville, Cin cinnati, Pittsburg, and all the eastern cities. The road is avcII supplied Avith clean and. comfortable coaches, aud sleepers are attached to all night trains. This road is now selling excursion tickets to New York, good for return trip, until September io, for the small sum of .9-0,00 from Peoria ; 2G,70 from Buriingloa, and $28,90 from Keokuk. This is the road that the Society of Tur ners of Peoria, Rock Island and Daven port have arranged for their grand ex cursion to New York on the 19th instant at' $20 for the round trip from Peoria. For information, address W. R. Crumpton, General Western Agent, 101 Main street, Burlington, Iowa. Walter S. Gilnian, Opera Ecuso Block, St. Joseph, Mo., General Agent for Northwest Missouri FOB "Wefccr," "Bloomfiold & Otis "and "Emerson," 141 AND Parties desiring to procure strictly m;ST class instruments, either for cash or upon easy terms of payment, can get them by calling, or writing to me. Pri ces lovi:k, and terms easikii, than ever before offered by any dealer. Every instrument warranted as repre sented, or no sale. The warrantees are all signed by the Maxukactukeks and by the St. Louis Mercantile Co., for five yea us, which makes a purchase from me doubly secure and safe. Mr. D. J. Thomas, of Whitesville, is authorized to take orders in Andrew count, for instruments rejireseuted by me. no21) Sheriffs Sale Under Deed of Trust. rxriM:iii:AS W rioml. ( i n 1( it l of T Willi.nn D. Clark and tar!c. v wife, bv their cer- !i ii lti.'tl of Tiu.t l:licil ihe 'joili (l:sv of J''.',e- -V-i.,if7i,:m'i iveonii in the Kwm'ter's ollii-.c of Andrew fotniiv, unite State of Mivou- ' " e:,.;i p.'.-ie of Keco.miook No. J7, cou- Viyi J.::itiolloviiiu-tk-aciibca Kual JSsuila lo- v.'U: A si -1(1 of groi!i)l ii '.K-iy-five (!:..) fret oivMth off i ,ii iiori.'i ".nl oi- lol No. one, (1) , ,v. o, (-J) , :nni ihrtc, (J), m block No. six, (,), iu Wcb-nl-i-'s Adiliiinii to the Cii y of :i .-:m;i. Ii, to (A. 'VirL iLer, to m-ohio the "j :ivnient of :t cert.iin fti. .mi -ory nolo k!l-i on ti.'e 'J'.nh cl.iv of .luce, if7i, tur i he Mini of four hiitulivd :uil fo.v." dol !.!.: -.vtih intm-t lVom I he l:iu tlif-u of t the im;. cftrn C;-iU. veraj;iuin, ami signal V.'il li.nii i). C!. ik. Ami whereas, ii is siimil.ilci! aud nrrd bv the .ill Viiii:;m I), chirk licit if s;id note f hoii'd be lVWy paid :. wording to 1!;j tcinis tlim-ofi'r.d luerciu cnuhiim-d said conveyance lo Income void. but. i default of the pavnipiit of s.iiu vote as iLi'iv-i-i saitrd the said conveyance to an in full loic- anil th- lauat bolder, or the r.e;ni:r .Sheril of aid And- v county, is au'.:oii.c.'. totell .Mi.dKeuniale or sn inui-h thereof as m;.j be MiP.icient tosatislvihedemand of said note io the h'g!iet biduer.liy public bale, at 1 1n; C'o'iit ilor.-.a uoor in the City of.Savannah, in said county of Aadieir and Mate of i!i-o;u i And wheiva, default lias been made in pay ment of the note hereinabove described, as bv nid note required, and pw-suai:: to the power :river. me ::s e.i.n -ed in s.iiu Uce-I of Trui, I, liie undersigned, SherU" of Andrew couniv.Mo., Will, Oil " MOKJDAV, TEE TWENTY-SEWZNTH DAY OF SEVTE2IBEB, next, between the hours of niLe o'clock in the forenoon and live o'cloci in the afternoon of said day sell at the South door of the Court House, in the said City of Savannah, for cash to the highest bidder, the Keal Estate above des cribed and convey the same to the purchaser thoreof. L. D. CARTER, Sheriff Andrew County, 3Io. Aug. 27, 1S75 no 43 wl. CIDER MILL I Apples "VTlZ2.1:oc3.- "Wm. TJi:nnELLXorfheast of the Public Square, Savannah. Mo., is now prepared to make Cider for farmers any day in the week. Orders tilled with promptness and to the satisfac tion of my customers. fORREKT, A Boarding House containing! rooms and cellar; the rent paid in hoard. Apply to Wm. Ciiallacomue. Savannah, Aug. 20th, :)v. Partners bring in your wood and sub scribe for the TIkpl uucan. I. a wilkersok I LH1. ( I Sargent & Wilkerson, South Side Square, Savannah, Mo., DEALER in Drugs, Medicines, Terfumery, Notions, School Books, Stationary, Fancy Articles, Faints, Oils, and Bye Stuffs. FURE WINES and LIQ UORS, for Medicinal Purposes, Physicians' Prescriptions Care fully Compounded at all hours of the day or night by an Experienced and Practical Druggist. GIVE ME A CALL. lW AI m im II HI W Savannah, Aug. 20th Gm. RASSH0PPER ALL GONE ! 3? ra Tiff? main 8 irioi In view of the present flattering crop prospects giving an increased impetus to business, and acting on the motto QUICK SALES & SMALL PROFITS, J. H. Mussel! has determined to offer his complete stock of Sry Goods Groceries Boots, S&ees&Cc at such LOW FIGURES as will insure purchasers. GIVE IIIM A CALL and he CONVINCED. His Store is at the OLD STAND, Sou th Side of the PUBLIC SQUARE. Savannah, July 30, lS7o. J. P. Cooper. Thomas Greenlee. Cooper & Greenlee Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Dye-Stuffs, School BooJcs, Miscellaneous' Books Blank Books, Stationery, Wii PAPEB, Building Paper, Picture Frames, Mirrors, Mouldings, Window Shades, Pocket Knives, Shoulder Braces, Trusses, Lamps, Toilet Articles, Notions, c. CHOICE FAMILY GRO CERIES, GARDEN SEEDS, c, In Brick Drug Store, (lately occupied by fl. H, Dobbins,)south side of the public square, Savannah, Mo. April lb 1S75 bm.