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This ti oi'.ivt r twenty paper.- gives a comprehen sive n- !.-w of piogres-. during the century now lo.-iiiir, in ovorv dopariiuent of our niitioiiu' ifo 313" Now.-papers are not to copy this advertise ment u iihoiit the oxpiv-s order of Harper & Brother. Addro-s HARPER 4Y. BROTHER'S, New York. November. 19, !"- Stray Notice. STATIC OF MlSSOriU, ? . CoiN'TV OF AXUflF.W, ' " ' Tnkt'ti up :t a stray, hy Kphriam My--ors, living "m Platte Township, in An hew county, on the seventh day of No vember. Is7.", one black mare mule Mipposed to be one or two years old last sprinj;, has a brown nose, about Thirteen hands hi;li, no other marks or brands perceivable. Appraised at thir-ty-fivu dollars by John T. 15:iiley and -John W. l'oplewell, and sworn to be fore me this 7th dav of November, lS7f. VLCENTWILSON, J. 1 J)ec. ,", ") u)7 wl. Sheriff's Sale. BY VHtTL'i; and autlxirity of two Execution: i-Miod from the ollioe ol ilu lorkof tl.o (.ir nit Court of Andrew County, Missouri, roturn- atiloat the Doro nibor term. !.", ot sanl Court, iml t.i mo ilirocioil in f 11 cur of .John S. Allen, ami against Alexander t". ISrady, and Isaac Urady, 1 haw le iel upon and s-iz"ed all the rijiht title, interest and claim ol the above named Alexan der C. ffpulv and Isaac Jlrailv, in ami to the following do-ciiln tl real estate, situate in An drew ( ountv. .Hi ouri. lo-w it: Hie east nail S" the si.uiiteast tpiarle r ofection tlsi, Town.-hip -.ti, Kange.'.l, foiitaiiuug .-il)acre.-j Also, part if lots 1 and : i f the southwest iraetionaliiuartor ol -Venon J'i, T.,,nship jil, Itange .11, commenc ing at a point on the J-.a-t ikuik 01 j-iane Kiver, -ast of norlh-we-i cornorif the south-west iiar ter ot -erti.nrJii. township .V.I, range 34, at Mhicli point i- si t a liiiie-lone iock for a corner, fiom which a burr 0.1k lr iin:hes. south, 11 degrees -asti lniKs di-t.int runniiitr south 10 tleuroi's we-f II 4-10 roils, thence -oUt.il l."i degrees oasi 'J-ltl roil-, thence o:tih.ll tlegroos ea-t rods, thonce soiiih :;7 1-2 de-nces oa.-t 10 4-10 rods, fhonco .-oinh 20 t'.egro .- east Jo rods, where market 1 a mulberry Iree for a corner, thence ea.-t It rods nt u hmcatone thenc-t north d.-10 rods sot a lime stone, theiic w o-t 4.") .'i-10 rod- to point of eginnitig, coiitauiing 14 acres, and 1 will, on MONDAY, THE 3377' DA V OF DE VEMHER, A. I)., 1875, Uetween the hours ,f nineo'cloc.k in th.i forennon :mt tixo o'clock in the afternoon ol that day, ut the .-outl! tloor of 1 Ik Cotir! Hoii-e, in the city of Savannah, Cuntv of Andrew, sell the same, or -o much thereof a may be rriiiirod, at puldii vnulHi. to the i ighest "bidder, for ca-h in hand, i-ubjett to all prior lions and jutlgmonts) to sat- i-lv such execution and eo-ts. L. 1). CAItTKIJ, ShrrilT of Andrew Co., Ho. Kov. 1'J no."i ttls. Stray Notice. TAKEN up by Henderson Edwards in Noda way 'l'own-liip, and po.stod before the under signed", .Justice ol the I'oac.e, one two year old horse colt, a red roan, ol average sizo,both hind feet While, with the exception of a small black spot clo-e to hoof, and appraised at 30, by Nel son Mc.K night and Andrew M. Clock, duly sworn lor that purpose. .1. 15. MAJOliS, J. V. Nov. 2fi, noO v4. . Ad7)U7iist?'ator's Notice- NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned lnw il.t-niu'il letters of Ailministi'-ition tin the Estate of Christian Briet, tleceasetl, lrom the Frobate Ctiuri ot Andrew county, lissoun, l.....--ii,r il u.. Vovemlier ''Till. 1S7.1. a 11 iuir(iti. lei vlo dumm :iirniii-t. Rntil p.-tate iVll l' ' .wii- . . - -(-. ........ - ' ( " " - " ure requiretl to exhibit thorn for allowance to the - . . . . ..It .1..... -I ...I.I .Administrator w 1111111 one joat a hit uaie 01 saiu 'otters or they may be precluded from any beno- . ..trttr "mil i f sile.il cbiiins lie not PX- v 04 - n vn . 1 - , , 1 .tibited within two years from the date of said letters they wm oeiorover narroti. JOSEPH T. .HNKINS, Administrator. Decemlier3. lo7." 3w uo7 siuu, Minnm miiAVinrtn im iiiiiiT iiiEi run SJicrift's Sale- BY VIRTUE AND AUTHORITY OF AN Execution issued from theolliceof the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Iltichanau county, Mis souri, returnaldv at the .January term, is"(, of said Court, ami to 1110 directed in favor ol John Mc Allen, William Wade, James Duncan, .Miles Hail anil Daniel C. Thomas, Trustees ol the North Prairie Farmer's Institute, in Andrew county, .Missouri, and airainst Cephas 1'. Wood cock, I have levied upon anil seized all the right, title anil interest of the above named Cephas P. Woodcock, in and to the following described real estate, situate, lying and being in the countv of Andrew, and Mate ot Missouri, to wn : The south half of the southwest quarter ofSec tion 17, Township lil, Kange ;tti; Also, the east halt of .section 2(1. in Town-hip 01, Range 30: Also, the northwest quarter of Section 20, Tow 11 rdiiptil, Range :'''. And I will, on Ell J DAV. THE 7 Til DAY OF DE CEMBER, A. IK 187o, between the hours of nine o'clock in the fore noon, anil five o'clock 111 the afternoon of that day, at thr South Door ot the Court House, in the city of Savannah, County ol Andrew, sell the same, or so much thereof as may be required at public. Vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, (subject to all prior lien- and judg ments.) to satisfv such execution and costs. L. D. CARTER, Sherill of Andrew Countv, Mo. Nov 2i'., '7."i noC tds. Tj'ustce's Sale. WHEREAS, FRANCIS M. DAVIS AND his wife, Jane A Davis, by their certain Deed ofTru-t, dated the !lth day oi October, 1S71, and recorded in the Recorder 'si Otlic.e of the County of Andrew, State of Mi ouri, in Rook 30, on Page(i."iS, conveyed to the undersigned. Trustee, the loilow ing described Real Estate, situate, ly ing and being in the County of Andrew, .State of .Missouri, to-wit : All of the Northcnet Fourth of the Southeast quarter of .section twenty. Township -ixty, Range thirty-live, containing forty acres more or lo.-s, which said coiiM-yance was made in Trust to secure the payment of a promt ory note in said Deed of Trii-t mentioned and described. And, wherea-, same note i now due and un paid, together with the interest thereon; Now, therefore, 1, the undersigned, Trustee, by ir ttle of the power in me ested by said Deed of Tru-t ami at the request of the'lrgal holder of said promissory note. 1 will, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2877, 187,, it the Ciurt House Door, in the town of Savan nah, countv of Andrew. Mate of Mi-souri, pro ceed to sell the real estate described as above at public vendue to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, and apply the proceeds ot .-aid sale to the satisfaction of .-"aid note, both principal and in terest and the costs of this Trust. o. R. PHELPS, Trustee. Nov. 2ti, '7.V-110G--w."i. Sheriffs Sale. BY VIRTUE AND AUTHORITY OF AN KX parle Execution i-sticd from the ollioe of the Clerk ot the Circuit ourt of Andrew CounU , Mi-souri. returnable at the December briu, ,., of said Court, and to me directed, and against Jennie Pettxjohn, Kate Riggin, and Thomas Riggin, her mi-band, Ri 'lMid 15. IVtty.iolin, Ccoriro W . Pettyjohn and Emma J. Pettyjohn, by William H. Allen, their (.lUauliau and" Cura tor, .Mary E. Parker and Samuel Parker, hr husband" I have levied upon and seized all the right, title, interest and claim of the above 11:1111 oil Jennie Pettyjohn. Kate Riggin, and Thomas Riggin, RiehaYil H. Pettyjohn, Oeorge W. Pet tyjohn. Kmma Petnjohn, Mary E. Parker, and Samuel Parker, in and totlu billowing de-crib-i-'t leal e-tat, situate in the county oi Andrew and Ma'e of Missouri, to-wit: n) aerosol' land, ea-t half of the -outhwest quarter of Section 27, Town-hip '.o, linage ,'Vi,andA 73-100 acres, south east part of southwe-t quarter of the southwest quarter of section 27, 'I own-hip 00, Range 35; Alo 00 acres, east part ol southeast quarter of Section 27, Township 00, R.tnge.'G: And I will, Oil M 0X BAY, THE l:TIf DAY OF DE CEMBER, A. D. lS7f, between the hours ol nine o'clock in the fore noon, and live o'clock in the atttrnooii of that day. al th" .smith tloor of the Court House, in the city of Savannah, l ounty of Andrew, sell the same, or so much thereof a- may be r'-quir-od. at public, vendue, to the highest bidd r for cash in hand, f-bject to ail priorlie n.-aiw judg ments to satisfv such execution and eot-. L. D. t ARTER, Sheriff of Andrew Countv, Mo. Nov. HI. '75 no5 til. Mo j I o'(f 'c Sale . "tTJIIEREAS, Samuel J. Hunter and Emo VV line Hunter, his wile, ot the County ot AjnlroWj and Mate of Mis-oiiri", by their certain Mortgage D I, dated the 22nd day ol tictohor, 1)70, and rt coided in the Re corder's ollir.o of Andnw (ounty, in Record Hook l'.l, Page4."i0, conveyed to deorgoW. Sam uels, of the t ounty of P.ucluinaii, Mate alore.-aid all his right, title", interest and estate, in and to the lollowiii'-described Real Estate siiuatod in the County of Andiew, State of Missouri, viz: The northhalf of the N. W . qrof stcion thirtj two, the north half of the uorihi-iist quarter "of sort ion thirty-one; the north half of the north west quarter ol section thirty-one, of Township No. sixty, of range No. thirty-four: Also the north half of the imithea-l t;uartr td'tln norin east quarter of seeiion tb:rty-six". of township sixt, ot range Ihim-live, containing 227 acre"-, more or less ; Which stud convey ance wasmade in trust to secure the payment of a certain promissory note 111 said deed" tles crilK't. And, whereas, said note has become tine and is unpaid. Now, therefore, in accor dance with tin- provisions of said Mortgage Deotl, and at the reqlli si of the legal holder of stii.i note. 1 shall proceed to -ell the above des cribed Real Estate, at i lit- south Joor ol the Court House. dn the city of savannah, in the County of Andrew, State aforesaid to the highest bid tier, tor cash, at public auction, on TUESDAY, THE 1 TH DA Y OF JAX UARY, H7), between the hour.- ol nine in the forenoon and live in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy said note, together lth the cost .iiid expense of exe cuting this trust. L. D. CARTER, Sheriff of Andrew ( ounty, Mo. Final Settlement. Vj OTICE IS HEREP.Y OIVEN TII A'l I, AL i oxandor K. Martin, guardian and curator ol Jacob .1. Itean, minor heir ot I'riah Roan, de ceased, will apply on the first day of the next Di comber term of the Andiew county Probate Court, for a linal settlement of his guardianship and curator-hip. All those interested are noti fied to be present. ALEXANDER K. MARTIN, Ouardian and Curator. Oct. 22, 1S75 w4 no I. Stray Notice- TAKEN up bv M. W. Caplos, living in Lin coln township, in Andrew Countv, Missouri, on the 15th dav of November A. D. 1S75; One rod and white speckled steer, (stag horns,) marked with a smooth crop oil of the right uutl slit in the 1-lt oar, and about throe years old. Appraised atlifteeu dollars, bv Joseph W. Young and Francis M. Perkins. A true copy from my Stray Rook. E. R. STINSON. J. P. For Lincoln Township. Dec. :.. '75 no7 w-4. WANTED, A man in eacli city and county in Mis souri, to act as General Agent for the sale of an article never before introduc ed. To the right kind of men a perma nent business is oftered. Those mean ing business, address, enclosing stamp for answer, Secretary Manhattan Manufacturing Co., 147 Retide street, New York. no5w3 Sheriff's Sale. J V VIRTUE AND AUTHORITY" OF AN EX y eoutioii, issued from the olliceof the Clerk oithc Circuit Court, of Andrew county, Missou ri, returnable at the August Term, ltS7.r, and to me directed, in favor of The State of Mis souri, and against William Norton, Harney Norton, Peter O'C'onnell, David C. Stotts, An drew J. Harlan, and James Norton, 1 have lev ied upon and siezcdall the light, title, interest and claim of the said David C Stotts and An drew J. Harlan, in anil to the following des cribed real estate, to-wit: N. W. 1-lof thoN. W. qr of Section 14, Town shipCd, Range.!:.; the N. W. 1-4 of the S. W. 1-1 of Sec 14, Tp (il, Rgo 35; the X. E. 1-1 ol the N. E. 1-4 of Sec I.', TplU. Rge3.-;S. l-2ofS. K. 1-1 oltheN. W. 1-1, Socl.'i. Tp(il, Rge3T; Lots 1 and 3 of S. 1-2 S. W. quarter of Mc 1.1, Tp (il, Hgo.Ti; N. E. 1-1 of S. E. 1-4 of Sec 13. Tp Gl, Hge3.-i; S. E. 1-1 of S. K. 1-1 Sec Hi, Tp CI, Rge E. 1-2 of N. L 1-4 ofN. E. 1-1 of Sec 215, Tp 01, Rge .!.-; Lots 1 and S in Hlock 17, in the City of Savannah: Lots 1 ami 2 and E. 1-2 ot S in Itlock 12, in Savannah; 3 acres, part of S. W. 1-4 of Section 10, Township. ri!l, Range 33, being part of a certain twenty-live acre tract of laud, one hundred rods east'and West, by forty rods north .-ind souih, 111 the southwest corner of Sec tion No. 10, in Town-hip No. .V. north, of Range 33 west, as sot apart to James A. Abbott, b a decree of partition of the real property of David R. Abbott, deceased, as appears ot record in Court Record Hook C, Page 303, records of the Circuit Court of Andrew coiinn , Missouri, fa miliarly known as the Dr. Holt properly, and more particularly described as follows, "to-wit: Hoginuing at n point 011 the north line of said 25 acre tract, forty-two rods east ol the northwest corner thereof, at a stone, thonce running east 011 said north line 20 rods to a stone, thence south forty rod-to a point on the south Hue. of said section, sixty-one rods and twelve and one hall links east of the southwest corner of said section ten, and thonce west o: said section line twontj rods, toa stone, and thence north forty rods to the beginning point, 011 north line of said twenty-live acre tract, containing live acres; 13 acres of land, bounded as follows: Commenc ing 4(1 rods X. of the S. E. corm-rof the S. W. 1-1 of section 10, Township ."'.I, Range 35; run ning thence N. S5 rods, thence W. 2 1-2 rods, thence S. .S3 rods; thence E.2S 1-2 rods, to place ot beginning: S. 1-2 of block 2S, in the City of Savannah: Lots 5, 0, and 7, in block 12, in the City of Savannah; W. l-2ot" W. half ol block 21, in the City of Savannah: Lot 4, in block 25, 111 the ( ity of Savannah; all lying and being in the said county oi Andrew, ami Mate of .Missouri, and I will on THURSDAY, THE OTH DAY OF DE CEMBER, 1875, between the hours of nine o'clock in the fore noon and live o'clock in the afternoon id that day, at the Court House door, in the City of Sa vannah, county of Andrew aforesaid, sell the same, or so much thereof as may he required, at public vendue, to the highest bidder, lorca-Oi in hand, (subject to all prior liens and judgments,) to satislv said executions and costs. L. D. CARTER, Sheriff Andrew County, Mo. November HI, 1--75 no5 tds. Mortgage Sale. WHEREAS, LEWIS (;. II INKLE. 15 Y HIS Mortgage Deed, dated October !th, ls74, anil Recorded ill Hook 27, at Page 555, in the of fice of the Recorder of Deeds for Andrew Coun ty, Mi ouri. conveyed to Joshua Rondand j"ohn R. Hond, the following Lot and Real Es tate to-wit: Lot 10, 111 Hlock il, in the town of Amazonia, in the ( ounty of Andrew and State of Missouri: which -aid Mortgage and Coneyance was made to secure the payment of a certain promi ory note in said Mortgage Deed described. And, w horeas, delault'has boon made in the payment of said note and the interest thereon and the same remains due and unpaid, Now, therefore, in pursuance of the provis ions ot said Mortgage Deotl and by virtue of the noworantl atithoriu therein uheiiand contain ed and at the request of John R. Hond. the legal holder ol said note, 1. me undersigned, snoriu of Andrew County , Missouri, will on TUESDA T, THE 21 ST DAY OF DE CEMBER, 1875, at the South Door of the Court House, in the ( ity ot savannah, Andrew I'ounty, State of .Missouri, iteiwcen tile Hours oi nociocK in me forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that day sell the above described Real Estate at pub lie" vendue to the highest bidder, ton-ash in hand, for the purpo-es in said Mortgage Deed set forth. L. D. CARTER, Sheiiff ot Andrew Countv, Mo. Nov. 12, Ls75-nol ttls. Mortgage Sale. "vTT IIKREAS, A. MINOR STILLWELL AND V Josephine Stillwell, his wife, by their Mortgage Deed, with power of sale, tiated on tlu 2sth day ol February, 1S71. and recorded nt Page 523 of Mortgage Record No. l!J, ill the of lice of the Recorder of Deeds ol Andrew county, in the State if Missouri, convoyed to the under signed, .Mortgagee, the following described red estate situate in the county ot Andrew, and State of Missouri, to-w it: The Southeast quarter of the Northeast quar ter of section No. Thirty, in Township Sixty, of Rxngo Thirty-throe ntainiug forty acres more or less; Which said Mortgage Deed was lnade to secure the payment of a certain promissory note in said Deed de-cribed. Ami, whereas, said promissory note wilh the int. Test tlierroii n mains tine and lllili.iiil accor- ! ding to the tenor and effect of said note. Now, therelore. under the provisions ot stud deed, and by virtue of the power theieiu contained, the un dersigned, .Mortgagee, will offer said real estate for -ale at public vendue to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, al the Soulh tloor of the Court House, in the oily ot savannah, Andrew county State of Missouri, between the hours often o'clock in the toroiioon and live o'clock in the afternoon, on THURSDA Y. THE -IfiRD DA Y OF DE CEMBER, lS7o, for the purposes mentioned in said Mortgage Deed. Given under rav hand, October 20th, 1S75. HARRIET N. WHITE. Mortgagee. Savannah, Oct. 22, 1S75- nol tils. Guardian s Notice. To all whom it may concern : Notice is herein-given that the undersigned was on the lsth d"av of October, 1S75, by the Probate Court of Andrew county and State of Missouri, duly appointed (iiiardiaii ol the person and estate of Sarah Trtlex, a person legally adjudged to be of unsound mind ami incapable of managing her affairs, and that he has qualified us- such Ouar dian. JOSHUA ROND, dKirdian. Nov. 12, 1875 nol wl. STRAY NOTICE. rpAKEN UP by William H. Moran, living in L Empire township, Andrew co., Mo., Oct. 2(, lt75, as a stray, otic cow, supposed to be 0 years old last spring, marked with an underbit in both ears roil and white speckled cow, the side.s mostly red branded on the left hip and can't tell what it is; a large boll on, and a lnmp on the bag, no other marks or brands perceiva jlc. Appraised at fifteen dollars, by Robinson Pistole and Luther Carter, who wore duly -.worn by me lor that purpose. A true copy from ray stray hook. Posted before mo this 1st day of November, 1S75. JOS. LANNING, Justice of the Peace for Empire Township. November 12, lt-05. Final Settlement- NOTICE is herebr given to all creditors and ethers interested m the estate of Mary Gush ing, deceased, that the undersigned, Adminis trator of said estate, will make final settlement thereof at the next term Probate Court, of An drew countv, to he held in Savannah, oh the third Mond'av in December next. EDWARD CUSIIING. Administrator. Savannah, Nov. 19.1S76 no5 w4. Pianos and. Oreans, Are offering to persons desiring MOST LIBERAL TERMS KNOWN TO THE TKADJD. The instruments Standard Quality, and Fully Warranted. "We do not deal at all in anv of the PIANOS and ORGANS known to dealers as "CHEAP" Instruments. They are almost entirely worthless, and the price paid for (Item is money thrown away. The Terms we Offer to Purchasers Bring Within the reach of all classes of purchasers, and enables tnem to procure a strictly! nrsi-ciass instrument. Pianos and Organs can he nought ol us and paid for in Ea Installments, payable at intervals to suit the purchaser. Liberal Discounts Made for Cash. We guarantee instruments to boas represented in circnlars, so that purchasers are at no mk in ordering an Organ or Piano of us, or our agents. Send for Circulars and "Write for Terms. T. J. Washburn, Agent, 424 Francis Street, ST. JOSEPH, Stray Notice. TAKEN up by F. II. Roone, living in Monroe Township, in Andrew County, Missouri, on the 1st dav of November A. I). 1S75. two red and white spotted lour year old steers, one marked with a under slope in tbu lett ear and upper slope in right ear; and one marked with two splits in the left oar and one split in tin right ear, ami point of right horn off; no other marks or brands perceivable Appraised at i") dollars each, (liO) dollars, by Francis Iveiirby and Isaac Koaiby. A true copv front mv Strav Rook. .IACOP, KIMI5ERLIN, .lust ice of the Peaee for Monroe Township. Nov. '75 not! wt. Guardian's Notice. TO all whom it may concern: Notice is here by given that the "undersigned was on the 15th day of November, 175, by the Probate Court of Andrew County, and State ol Missouri, duly appointed Cuardianof the person and estate of Willi am "W. Cole, a person legally adjudged to He ot unsound mind and incapable ot managing bis affairs, and that ho has legallv iiualiliod as such Ouardian. CEOR IGE FOI LTZ, Ciuarthan. Nov.iW. 1S75 noC wl, WM. TYRREL, UNDERTAKER. COFFLNS CAN BP HAD AT ANY time lyy oy niht- Shop Northeast corner of Public Square, SAVANNAH, - - - MISSOURI. October 1, 1875 nii3. E- W. JOY, Dealer in MARBLE, MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TABLETS, &c. Northeast corner Pnbli- Square, Savannah Mo. I am now prepared to (ill orders for Cem i:ti:i:y Wiiuk, lrom a good -election of designs and material Work well and promptly execiic ted, and on tne most reasonable teiu's. March .'ith. 1S75. Iv. A. D0EIISAM, Boot & Shoe Maker, Ami Denier in READY MADE Roots and Shoes North side Public square, SAVANNAH. MO. THE undersigned would respectfully inform the public that he will always keep on hand a sup pi vol the Ri:st M .t'eiii vi., which will be made up on short notice, and in the highest stvle of the art. R pairing neatlv done ami proinptlv attended to. Satisfaction guaranteed and form, reasonable. A. DOER-sAM. tebjtilv THE Lafayette Route. tOJtrCSKl) OF THK Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw Railway, Cincinnati, Lafayette & Chicago R.R. Indianapolis, Cinn. & Lafayette R.R. Is the Shortest, Rest, (Juu-kcM and Finest ! Equipped Rullte between all iitilllts We.-t il" tilt: I Mississippi River and I'r.oi:i, Eai ayetti:, ly- I niANAi-tii.is, C'inxixn ti, I.tirisvii.'.K aiitl all 1 Cities til" the East, South- East ami Xorth. Thelollowinir is the time of the CINCIN NATI LIGHTNING EXPRESS TRAIN. Leave Savannah Ji tin p. 111 , Rurliiifrton 5:1)0 a. 111., Keokuk 1:01 a 111 I'ooria lu :-() a. ni.,sbel 1I1111 :!:"! p. 111. ; L::t'.tvcie .'1.110 ). in.; ItiilhuiMp olis7:i)p. 111.: Cincniuati ll::;i) p. 111.; Louis ville 1 1 :.;l p. 111. Close connections for R.dtiniore, Washington, New York and Snulliorn point-. Leave savannah .".m in. ; leave Rurlington via C. It. & Train X. (",. 10:15 a. 111. Leaw I'eoria 0.10 p. in.; Lafayette 1 :(H)a. in. ; Indian apolis 1:00a. m. ; arme Cincinnati S:f." a. ni.; Louisville S::i! a. in. ; Dayton J:!;! :. in ; Co luinbus 11 :l."i a. in. : I'iRsfiurfi 7:ix p- in. Imme diate connections throutrh to I'hiladclphia, Now York and Roston.' CHICAGO & IiOGANSPORT FAST EXPRESS. Train N'o. 4 Leave Sav.uinah .riOi) p. in.: Rur linpton r::;o p. in.; Keokuk ."i.o.'; p. in. : lVoria ll:(Hp. m. : Oilman i:M a. m.; Chie:ij;o7::jr a. in.; State Lino,! It) a. m.; Colunibu.s ."1:55 p.m. ; I'ittsburs :03 u. m. ; Logan-port, !i::!5 a. in.; T'oleilo 5:50 p. ni.: Cleveland lotlop. m. Clo-e connection at Chicauo, l'ittburir: and Clevtdand lor all Eastern and Northern Cities. By this route passengers avoid delays, and omnibuses transfer through laree cities, which renders it very desirable, particularly for ladies. Ask for tickets reading from Burling ton or Keokuk, via T. P. & W. lt'y. Baggage Checked Through. A. L. HOPKINS, Receiver, I'eoria. II. C. TOWNSEND, Gen'l Tic't Agt.,rcorla. For iulormation, address, W. K. CU.MPTON, Gen. West'n Agent, Unrlington, Iowa. July 23, 1875 Cm. or to purchase an Organ or Piano, the we sell are all ol" MISSOURI. William Frodsham, Dealer in WATCHES CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, AND JEWELEY! REPAIRING neatly and prompt executed. North side the squaie, SWANNAH MO , EI J"TBB 8 A speedy ar.d rw.-cw eurr I U I I W 58 8. the 7;:.Uor. ihc.i (f :,e.L . tnent. A sal:dcurernaer. OzIlcK cr'.-r '.. . Dr. JudsOIl,705 Ct:eittiuistrcci,:.I.?:ii . "... 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mc. A regiil.-.r gridnateof fxo itf U,-.l Cclm. 1,- , 1 i !! -cspn-el iu the si)'-:al trtrarnruT. of ti i Vc' '.r'.lj- r.:. and Chroma xisca303 ti n anr .tb r i n.-- .ij.h.-. Louu, aa ci:y jap(.rihov.-. ni.1 aiU..l ri-siJ,--i!i Syphilis, Gonorrhea, G!cM, Striciur', Or chitis, Hernia, or Ruoturc all Urinary Dtseiscii and Syphihiic or mercurial af?sct:i.ri3 of th throat, s!ia or b"nos, arc tri-itoa with unr---i"fU J su-ct's, 03 lte-t scteut:S2 ;rnc!; S?: ! Spcrmaiorrhcna, Scr.ual Debility and Impc: Cncy, 3.3 thareoltG Seir-a'.-iv": in jou-h, cui! t-ccs---" la xnaturer jesirs.cr other c'i , an l ; r-j-ci rc-. - of the foll'weij e!Ti- n-n-i':u. Kii!.il ciuir:ra. iJ.'liiIitr.tliiiine-'SCtsuht.a'-'niivu ti. ncry I tr- .-iflutl.-raee. tilivf ichi JeiaT. tuctsi-ii to o.-irt f- n:.-- isiii.i fnrticn nnst.nrc fitumr. free. nndinviud.a!rt. tlj.v tsj. i :- S.-M-il'" C re.tt r.eto. When it U incraxtuni t to w-.it t'J c.iy f.-r trcataici.:. mch-inc-enn lies, ut hy crsu-rw !c -uVt". Crr'-atil5-t ciiaramct J. nb-r-Joctti-M- lit i-,:.-'i.Llystf.t' '. Ofiwe tuurs : 9 A. it. to T V. :'. Sua..-. 1jJ1.hU' Pamphlet, io any r. .'ross. far Tv.t Cmps. MANHOOD SSk17 womanhood vrr1 Bont eealed, all three, for CO Ci iita. Manhood and VVoniannond in GcrsTTcn, boi.i togother, Illustrated, 15 Cc.its. w AC. tine i PLATES. S Sc."a&ais Elegant cloth cart c-- bad.n,T. EcrUfi f v 52" Orer Ufty Kuii'.i r i! t ru in:u.r-3. tn.j to 11 ; ar .1..4O' 1 ih ftiiKTxiniF -m. ..-.:tn: V. 111 ir n.r'r. f.o att, h-. I'roper age to laa.ry. TTbotn trjQrt. Jl ifii.-o-!, Vrnsa b-wl. Phvsiftil ! rat.- 1 be c t. orci .. v r.i. t J '" Whoshouiaiawry : ItOTrlilc-.nlljjpria'Miy i iajrm.s!- . The Phj-Jiol.'irj- of Ko,.riKiu ti-m, ai.il itr.nv ir.i.r.-. TSm.--.-learned or cuiitemplatiiiij tj..iriis!..-crlri3 :u AfteraliU t.st-f:" Ir.rtr-.m htc:..-J a-, -rr' 1 s moral conviction, it o-ighr. to be r.-. 1 br nil a-iu t j- :--.n-. then locked up, n-t !nil a-cm, I oric.r.r -.1 l v. rt. . of rt-reading. It co mtis tb oreatn ct -jufdical litcr-Q'tiro.thoJkht't'athi-r.'aia si-. -flf ' -.ai .Ivor' i to any one ho -jrul giro it a carutul pcrus.. ttii ozcsi Its costs. . Tj-ular F-iltlon. sane as ahov.-. but piper w . rV"f--35 coato by mail. Ch".ip-it ?ol-uide in Aiuvr. . 14 c.ilit-r address, c-c!oj.l; amount, DR. 617 St. Charles street, St. Lou3, 1'o. Dr. Jacques IMI4l, 705 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mc. Coir.ia.i-i to aftorit P.ETJA31X SPECIAL TUSiT Iu..IJ'L'in a'.tSECiiL.T n:l ViiiirALV l':j02cr Thoodtractiviili., acs cai!il ty fecttt tubiti ofyoa: . oribefce! of Uit - ifh 3 SprmatarTl'tx : . Seminal Losses. IJcrvous Us-Sility, Stonl4:;-.In:-pjteaoo. uuilt.. -iril:-itri,u c!I. tt, kT. ofri-3Jlan ! ly. ncrvouMiesi. drc-ul of future, ir'it.luitty, i'l'lisestion. lS.-eaU.ut.-d: Conu:ap: on. lniip.i ity ft r E". i tj s- 1: :-rr:-.:t orsucceiviin bu!n. ss: also r ntorlon-str-iili. ifcaiis ! Qteet, Oonorrhe.i. Stricture and SypHilia f imi aJ.-ctintf UiooJ, 1 ..". in. tn niVitulk rin4.xucutl;. tbro-t. nnse. skin, c, WK CAN Ctat..:..are: .- -rir-rr.i-iricntt: . Tccusan Is of f-i- uis ri.r d hy in, cm.M JO tet:!r. t)tr V.it'.t jctrrai:ti -e.and I .-is? sradua:. s of hCTerul ri?3icci c. .lrJ- ha enr ol us sXill a..l Ci,r ince. AVc caa sec-: t.l c -.d treat-jo-it wrurely aid pin tr tt jienrta r: a a rme ("rr-i--rnd.-aj- :idton3a.tatyn fre-. 5?rivat ileciical Guide wut in sccied envoiopofor tTosiaj, . BOOSC OF MATOKE, Cntaining 148 paiji and a ncnbr of r.nj c-r-r:a-. Eviry jcrson ofb..:h. eies. and e;H. jI't 4ln.e c-ut -.upl. -inRuiatTi.-iEe.ihouidbareitialh. irp-iva-adracr. C-cv.u-i ot living toBR, and r-'t lining tbe Tir of aaSn-.t ai t trcmanhood. reproduction tow to have tcilthT,l-.-?atir:t chiWrcn. Careful E'?iiical a.lvico tnd can-,- kt-'I tritJ prt -Bcrlptions for the incidenu of cirly narri.-J life. Sen-. Addrf-s. Dr. Jacques. Ccntr.l J-dical lasUluit, ' 705 Chestnut etreet, St. J-ouis, Sio. THE GREAT CAUSE OF HUMAN MISERY. Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope. Price 6 ct A Lecture on the lYnture, Treatment, and Radical cure ofSeminal Weakness, or Snernia ttirrhiea. induced by Sell'-Ahuse, Involuntary Kinissions.Imiiotency, Nervous Debility, anil Impediments to Marriage generally; Consump tion, Epilepsy, and Fits; ilental and Physical Ineuimcitv Jtc.-TIy ROBERT J. CLLvER WELL, M. 1)., author of the "Green Book," The world-renowned author, in this admira ble Lecture, clearly proves from his own exper ience that the awAil consequences ol Self-Abuse may be effectually removed .without medicine, and without dangerous surgical operations.bou gies, instruments, rings, or cordials; pointing tint u mode of cure at once certain and effectual, bv which every sufferer, no matter what his con dition mav be. may cure himself cheaply, prt vutelv and radically. g3TAi Lecture will prove a boon to thouianas and thousands. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps. Address the Publishers, CHAS.LC. KLINE & CO,, m Bowesy, New York; Post Offlse Box, 456-3. no2C-ly . Br, Whittle?, or was, losi or p.jc:i:ii r, c -.. rc.i 4-. -.. improperori-.uhappy.ar .. .ti-it. rr.:.-1. I'rct u:i (Jtt rases) ri'ictiu; tj iLn l - . i r. in Ei- Vi i-2-e- Cir'i. t--..,a at c::.ct ci jy ca .