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Cheap Goods at Miss Thompson's. J. B. Russell sells Boots ami Shoes cheap.go ami see them ami save money. -o-- The celebrated Charter Oak Cook Stove at Danford & Chittenden's. A Gne assortment of Lamps and Chim neys, cheap, at L. G. Wilkcrson's. Fon first-class job work of all kinds call at the Kevlt.licax office. rurvianee is hi receipt of the finest as sortment ol Pipes. Cigar IIolders,Smok-in- Tobacco, and Cigars, ever ofi'eved in this market. ow Crops destroyed'. Money hard to get! and John,!. Miller has reduced the prices of his mammoth stock -of Cloth ing to suit this state of affairs. Call and be convinced. A new line of Flannels, Dress Goods, Water Proofs, at Bottom Prices, at J . B. Russell's, South Side Square. Call and see the nice assortment of Millinery Goods, at Miss Thompson's. Gilt Edged Box Paper at Purvianco's Book Store, and for sale by the sheet or box. 1 tell vou it is nice the latest. Go to Husseins for Ladies Furs and Cloaks, a new lot just received. 4w2 The highest cash price paid for Hides, Tallow, and Pelts, at W. B. Howard's Meat Market, South Side Public Square. Go to L. G. Wilkerson's and get some "Arnicated Camphor Ice and Glycer ine" for chapped hands. The best display and largest assort ment of Queenswarc to be found in Sa vannah, is at Uanford & Chittenden's. --- Go to W. S. Oilman's iu Opera House Block, St. Josexh, Mo., for the best Pi anos and Organs, Puicr.s the lowest and tkkms ok uaymkmt Tin: kasiks v. Call or send for circular and terms. Six spools ol Soft Finished Thread rd Russell's for 25 cents, good for Hand and Machine, and other goods in pro portion. GtpA good thread, works well oa ma chines, -200 yards on a spool, six spools for 25 cents, and other goods in propor tion, at Stiles & Hardy's. We need money, and if Low Piuces and good goods will bring il.we will have it. You hear us. Nice Goods at Miss Thompson's. Choicest Beef and Pork at Savannah Meat Market, South Side of Public Square. W. B. HOWARD. if f c- Cooper & Greenlee, will sell you five quires of Note Paper tor 50 cents; En velopes. 5 cenis a bunch and upwards; Ink, 5 cenfis a bottle and upwards. Fine Writing Paper a speciality. 47if Parties wishing a thoroughly good Organ, are advised to buy the "Silver Tongue" the i:est ix the would. Manufactured by E. P. Xeedham & Son. New York, and for sale by W. S. Gil- man, Opera House Block, St. Joseph, Mo. n51tf There will be regular services (D.V.) hereafter, until further notice, in the Episcopal Church, every Sunday at 10: :'.0 a. m., and occasionally in the even in" at 7:30-. Sunday School tor the winter immediately after morning ser vice. The house k free to all God's worshipers, and their attendance desir ed. "We would especially invite the children to attend the Sunday School. John Benxett, Missionary iii charge-. Dan ford & Chittenden still have plen ty of Heating Stoves, Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest. Which is why we wish to remark, that owing to three years1 drouth, rlie epizootic, the financial crisis, and the passing call of the g. hopper, the bed ' rock has been bored through by Stiles & Hardy, prices have beeucarried-down below the aforementioned rock, and we are selling goods strictly for cash at cash prices. Services at the Sixth Street M. B. Church, every Sabbath. Preaching rat 10 a. m., and at 7:30 p. m. Seats free. Public cordially invited to at tend ; strangers especially invited to worship with us. Thirty minutes for class-meeting after each morning ser vice. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. Members of other denomina tions invited to worship with us. . B, T. Stauuek, Pastor. A. E. JUcKINNElT, 411 and 413 Felix Street, St. Jo seph, Mo., Has Made Another Immense Pur chase of Dry Goods Direct from Importers and Manufactur ers at 50 Cents on the Dollar. He will give his customers the bene fit of it, and those who want to save two or threo profits should visit Mclvinney. as he buys all his goods from iir.-t hands FOR CASH, and this is the secret of his being aulk to sell all kinds of goods at such extreme low prices. During the next thirty days ho will have special of ferings in each department of his house, such as -1-4 Percales at 10 cents, worth 15 cents: Shawls at 75 cents; Wool Blankets at .-$3,00, worth 5,00 ; Water proofs at G5 cents, worth 90 cents ;Flan- nels at "JO, 22, 25, 27 A and 30 cents :and hundreds of other equally great bar gains. Orders by mail carefully filled. Remember the place. A. E McKlNNKY, 411 and 413 Felix Street, St. Joseph, Mo. Xew Goods at Miss Thompson's. Mr. A. Overton intends to move Lis saw mill in a few days to the One-IIim-dred-and-Two river, near the bridge on the road leading from Savannah to Rochester, about two miles from Savan nah. The subscription of a large number of our subscribers have expired and others will do so in a few weeks. Xext week circuit court commences, and we expect a large number of our country friends will be in town. We hope they will avail themselves of the occasion to come for ward and settle up. The Savannah Flouring: MiOs Are uow selling Bran at fifty Mits per 100 pounds, or SS per ton; Mca:,bolted GO cents per bushel ; and the best brands of Fall Wheat Flour always on hand, at usual prices. Kemoval of the Republican Office. During the past week we removed the Republican office to the new building, up-slairs, recently erected by Messrs. Greenlee & Ca'dwell, east side of the Public Square, where we are now pre pared to wait upon our friends. The rooms we occupy were specially titled up for us, and are well adapted for jheir purposes. "We now have one of the nicest ami most convenient ccuntry olllces in this part of the State. SOillETHIftG NEW. H. B. Sargent's Xew Drug Store is the place to buy Drugs, Mi-i'.ieines, Oils, Paints, Glass,5" Books and Stationary, at prices lower than ever offered before iu Savannah. Give him a call and see il it is not so. Remember the place, West End Public Square, in Mrs. Glazier'. building no3tf 31 A K K I i: I) Oil Xovember 7th, 1875, by Jesse Wright, Esq., and at his residence, Mir. J ess!-: Blain to Axnik Havex, all of Andrew. On Xovember 28th, by Rev. W. R. Ely, Mr. David Smith, of Andrew co.. and Miss Kittie Taylor, of Grundy. On December 2d, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. W. U. Ely, Mr. Xatuax O. Couch ami Miss Isa bella Mokkisox. In this county, at the residence of the bride's parents, Xovember 30th, 1875. by J. B. Majors, Esq , Mr. Abkam. B. Fieko of Iowa, and Miss Viola Boyls, of Andrew' County, Mo. Difficulty cf Obtaining Pure Wine, The difficulty of obtaining a pure wine for sickness is one great cause why phy sicians refuse to prescribe it where they know it would be a beuelit or even cure their patient,because they fear that some poisonous mixture will be given them instead of Port Wine, and the injury be irreparable. Some California wines are being terribly mixed and adulterated with alcohol and water and other injrre- dieuts to make it cheap, so as to bring a. greater profit from She sale. There is an excellent Port, said to be the linest wine in the market, made in Xew Jer sey, from the Oporto Grape, by Alfred Speer, tliat has become the most relia ble wine for Hospital and Communion purjwses. This wine iias been thor oughly analysed and is pronounced by chemists to be the pure juice of the grape, and to contain the most valuable medicinal properties. It is sold by pruggists who purchase direct from Mr. Speers Vineyards in New Jersey. Evening Post. Alphabetical List of Cases for the December Term, 1875, of the An drew Circuit Court, Commencing Monday next. The first day is devoted to the follow ing State cases : Hezekiah W. Boone grand larceny. Jasper H. Mooney perjury. J. T. Miller obtaining money under false pretenses. Warren McKee gaming. Robert T. Beckett grand larceny. S. C. Swan burglary and larceny. T Culver, Xo. G obstructing road. J II Rogers selling liquor, &c. J G B Ferguson selling liquor with out filing bond and affidavit. I Chivington violating matrimonial law. Zachariah Jones grand lareeiu A Baine, Xo 1 selling liquor without license. A Baine, Xo 2 selling liquor without ijeeni5e A Baine assault with intent to rav ish. C Wiles attempt to break jail. Civil Cases First figures refer to number of the case, the last to the day of trial : 21' Allison, J A vs G W Samuel, 3. 103 Allen, W curator of Geo E Ogle, exparte, 7. S Baile, J W, John Townsend et a J vs 2. 13 Same vs B F Boston, garnishee of Beckett, '2. Hl same vs F A Vanhusen, same, 3. 40 P Harrison vs II Blount and G Brown, 3. 43 Buck,Leonard,fcDennis vs A Hen derson, 4. 52 Bailey, Townsend & Co vs F A Vanhusen, 4. 54 Booher, C F vs S Fist et als, 4. 01 Brown. X B vs S K Faulkner, 5. 85 Bassett, Xannia W vs City of St. Joseph, G. 90 Brown, W E vs A C Elliott, 0. 94 Brown, G M et al vs estate Geo Xewman, 0. 128 Blake, J vs S Callen, 8. 13.r Brock.C B et al vs I Peters et al 0. 134 Bundy, Mary A vs Milton J. Bundy, 9. l.-,. Btmlin. Ben vs 11 M Smith, !. 30 Courter, Edward S vs A and M Willey, 3. 3G Chesnut, C and 1' vs B Johnson,, ami M D Barker. 3. 39 Clark, G vs Iv C, St Joe & C B li lt Co, 3. 4f City of Savannah vsMaryA Hub bard, et a I, 4. iS Cole. Xalhan et al vs Andrew J. Harlan et al, 4. 57 Courter.E S vs G W Selectman,-!-. Cook, Wm for use of Glazier vs D C Stotts and A Dobbs, ft. 105 Crowley, S et al vs Ann E Stan ton et al. 7. 107 Carmiehal, Jas and Mavgare'j vs David and John F Wright. 7. 109 Couch, M 1 vs E Fisher. 7. 137- Crowley, Sjr, et al vs Any K Staitton et al 9. 108 -Carter, Luther O vs A Sehnstei' et al, !. 150-City of Savannah vs Margaret Able et al, 9. 25 Davis. John and Albert by G & C vs Alex K Martin. 3. 3-2 Dolton. G E and C II vs Geo W Fisher, 3. 41 Dawes, M J and Jas vs Geo W Seleeman, 4. 55 Dodge, K W and G W vsG J and J L Xewman et al, 4. 91 Dodge, Allen S and A S- vs C G Smith, G. 97 Dodge, K W and G W vsG J and J L Xewman, ex'rs G Xewman. 0. 10G Daily, C M assignee S F Cowan exparte, 7. 1 15 Darcy John vs W L Wright, 9. G Emerson. R et al vs R Moore, 2. 10 Edwards, l'hineas vs Mo V Life Tns Co 2. 21 Fitzp:fcriek, E vs City of St Jo seph, f. 41 Ford, X vs J F Curls, 3. 70 Fox, T vs J E Williams. 5. 101 Fisher, E vsM T Couch, 7. 13j Fulkerson, AiarthaFand Mary C vs Lovin-i 1) and PP Fulkerson, 9. 83 Fisher. Jackson & Co vs Benji 11 Holt, 6". 37 Green, G D et al vs G Hanke, 3. 38 same vs J H C Wright, 3. 82 Geiger, J vs C Louree et al, G. 100 Grooves, William vs K C. St Jo & C B R R Co, 7. 110 Greenlee, Wm S curator of L S Eisminger, exparte, 7. 118 Gladman.Wm S et al vs Mirandi Sells et al, 8. 5 Hall, John vs Benton Johnson and John Veal, 2. lo Hundley, Judd & Co vs B F Pos ton garnishee of R T Beckett, 2. 17 Same vs F A Vanhusen same, 2. 28 Hall, A vs A G Adkins, 3. 42 Huffman, John X et alvs Vaughn & Philips, 149 Hensley, Samuel exparte. 9. 153 Hart & Vineyard vs Sol Fist, et al, 9. 120 Jones, B F vs R Hart et al, 8. 121 Jenkins, Wm vs W M and W R Ely. S. 04 Kellogg, W II vs J R Moore,5. 05 Kirk, B II vs D S Vestal, 3. 108 Kretzer, John vs L ,1 Heren et al, 7. 115 Kclley, J A vs Chicago Xewspa per Union, 7. 129 Keedy, M A vs S Adler, 8. 134 Knight, D by guardian vs Ja.; P Knight and J II Hoover, 8. 141 Kinney, John etal vs E Taylor. 1 Logan J S adm'r vs C M Dailey, garnishee of Cowan el al, L. 72 Lykins, A vs S A Irwin, 5. 98 Imey, J to use of W H II Gilbert vs J F Colburn garnishee of J W Bel ton, L 115 Lanf-y, John by guardian vsGeo W Lane-, G. 139- Lenni, J A vs M Lewis, 9. 2G Munkres, W vs K C, St Jo & CB R 11 Co, 3. 27 McCandliss W A vs T Kirker, 3. 29 Munkres, W vs K C, St Jo & CB R R Co, 3. 35 McLean, Jas et al vs E MeBeath adm'r, 3. ('.9 McConkcy, J vs J II Jones, 5. 75 McConnel, S A by guardian vs 11 McManns, 5. 84 Morris, Annie C vs W D Clavk,G. 10 f McLean, J surviving partner vs E MeBeath and heirs of 11 MeBeath, 7. 12-2 Minturn, L T vs Geo Ar Harvey et al, 8. 124 McCoy, E D vs K C, SS Jo & C B R R Co, 8. 110 Millhollan. Xancy ys Chas F Millhollan, . 142 McClelland, Solomon vs Hulda McClelland, 9. 7 Running, il vs J Butler, 2 12 Newman J L vs P V Xewman, et al, 2. 23 Xeely, I W vs K C, St Jo & C B It R Co, 3. 21 Xeeley G W vs same, 3. 49 Xave, McCord & Co vs F A Van husen, 4. 58 same vs Stewart & Roberts gar nishee of F A Vanhusen. 4. GG Neely, G W vs K C, SS Jo & C B R R Co. 5. 3 Olds, S vs City St Jcc, 3. 148 Owens, J et al vs Sarah M De bell et ai. 9. 51 Phelps, Dodge & Co vs PA Van husen, 4. 92 Pinger, D et al vs J M and B K Holt, G. 911 Phelps, O R vs J D McXeely. 7. 1 13 Powell, U et al vs J Laney and J Howell, 7. 141 Patton, TC vs W Wright, 9. It; Ramsey, Jas C vs S J O'Connell et al, 4. G2 Rhodes, J vs K C, St Jo-& C B tl R Co, 5. G."5 Rose, W R vs J Trotter, 5. 127 Rucker, John etal vs M Van schoiack, 8. 2 State to use of Annrew county vs D C Stotts et al, 2. 9 Solecman,S R vs Mo V L Ins Co, 2 11 Stanton, J L vs same. 2. IG Steele, D M & Co vs B F Boston garnishee of Beckett, 2. 20 Same vs F A Vanhusen same, 3. :1 Sparks, J H vs John Zimmerman ci al, 34 Smith, J A vs T Fox, 3. 4? Stone, W A vs T Stamp, 4. 50 Steele, D M & Covs F A Vanhu sen, 4. 53 Smitn, C D & Co vs samo, 4. 5Gr-Schuster, A X vs D J- Ely gar nishee of W II Hardin, 1. 59 Smith, S et al vs J Owens, 4. 73 Stsgman. F vs J E Berryhill, 5. 7G State to use of M E Dean vs J W Brooks adm'r, 5. 77 State to use of Sarah A Dean, vs same, 5. 79 Stsele, D M vs Andrew co, & 80 State to use of Buxton heirs vs D Burns, et als, G. SG Scott. Silas ts A B and J L Jiaek son, G. 87 Shanklin & Austin vs C P Wood cock et al, G 88 State of Mo vs J Graham, G. 112 Schuster & Miller vs J Xether- cntt et al, 7. 114 Steele, D M vs Micaj'ah Van schoiack, 7. 125 Sells, S and J P vs P Houghton and L D Carter. 130 St Jo F & M Ins Co vs A J Har lan et al, 8. 131 Smith, J A vs Laney & Game lich, 8. 132 Schacffer, J B vs A Overtor., 8. 1 133 Smalley, T D ys J Watson,. 8. 14G Strong ,1 W vs F II Boom?r 9. 147 same vs F B Kearbv, 9. 131 Schuster, A vs J Rucker, 9-. 152 Simpson, M et al D M Sampson et al, '.r. 4 Tyler, J F vs F and J W Powell,:? 60 Trotter, J v Wm Rose, 4.. 71 Same vssame et al, 5. 81 Todhunter.A vs W R McIlvame.G-143- Turner, II vs A C Brady, 9. 3 Vanhuuton, X A et al vs S R Pal mer, 2. 12G Vanhusen, F A vs M A Vanhu sen, 8. 14 Weil, Calm & Co vs P, F Boston garnishee of 11 S Beckett, 2. I same ts F A Vanhusen same, 2. C7 Williams, I R vs A Baker, 5. GS Wing, J A vs D Barringer, 5. 74 Waterman & Xash vs Amos ami A Baker, 5. 78 White, S K vs Andrew county, 5. 89 Weed, J and J L Peck vs Poslou & Austin, G. 93 Wells, W S & Co vs F Kincaid and J I Jones 4. 9G Warnicka, T vs F Cloj.iek. (5. 102 Waterman, J V, guardian and curator minor heirs of J Cox exparte,7. Ill Waterman, J C vs Savannah Saving Institution, 7. 117 Wildbergeret alvsF W Smitlr,.-! 119 Walters, J F et al vs S Water.? et al, 8.. 123 Wood, J W (G & C) vs Ben j F Boots et al, 8. --.-- New Mestt ks2 Seleeman & Fjirls, on the northeast corner of the Public Square, have jut opened a new Meat Market for the ac commodation of the public, where can be obtained the very best qualities ot Beef and Pork, at low rates. 4tf Sew 7-Octave Picmos. $250,00 CASH. AT WALTER S. OILMAN'S,. Opkua House Block, ST. JOSEPH, - - - MISSOURI, iwltt PRICE'S COLUMN. FLOUR! 3X,OI73R, I Xew arrival at W. A. Price"s,Xovem berlst, ot 520 r-aekh of that celebrated Spring Wheat Flour. Manufactured at Marysville, Kansas. This is now pro cn to be the best Hour in the market. EVERY SACK WARRAXTED. T propose to soil this new lot of FLOFR at the same price ts the lat l,0i(j sacks sacks sold by me m the last six weeks which is as follows. For 500 to LO00 lbs. $2,G0 per hundred. For 100 pound sack, .$2,G5 per hundred. For 50 pounds, A sack, - - - $1,35. For 24 pounds, j sack, - - - 70 cts. The finest qualities of Fall Wheat Flour kept on kind and sold under the market price. Also, Graham Flour. Bran, Meal, Oats, Corn, Wheat, Rye, for sale at W. A. PRICE'S. " W. A. Price want sall the Buckwheat in the county, for which the cash will be paid. W. A. Price wants all the good White Beans in the county, for which the ca.-h will be paid. W. A. Price wants to buy Wheat. Oats, Rye, &c. Fresh Buckwheat Flour at W. A. Price's, 50 cents per sack. Hides, Tallow, Lard, Beeswax, Ba con, Wool, Feathers, Rags, wanted by W."a. PRICE. C'c-iton Grain Sacks '2 Bushels for 25 cents at W. A. PRICE'S. Those larg-2 Queen Victoria Straw berries just fresh canned ai W. A. Price's, is the finest fruit ever brought to Savan nah. 100 cases of- Xew Can Fruits,. just re ceived, direct from Baltimore, by W. A. Price, will be sold very cheap by the Can, Dozen, cr Case of 2 dozen Cans each. Go V W. A.. Price's quick and get a bargain in his large lot of XEW CAX Fruits, just received from Baltimore.. W. A. Price's is the place to get the larjre Green Gage Plums, cheap, fresa and new. Those large yellow free stone Paach cs, fresh canned, in 2 and 3 pound; crnns, just received by W. A. Price, is the most luscious fruit ever brought to- Sa vannah. They arc cheap. Every kind of Grass Seed always on hand and for sale at W. A. PRICE'S.