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The celebrated Charter Oak Cook Stove at Danford & Chittenden's. A fine assortment of Lamps and Chim neys, cheap, at L. G. Wilkerson's. -o-- Fon first-class job work of all kinds Gall at the Ria'LnucAN'oihee. Remember that II. 13. Sargent has not got any of last years Holliday goods on hand. "Sti -K- T3ic liigiiest cash price paid for Hides, Tallow, and Pelts, at W. B. Howard's ilent Market. South Side Public Square. Go to L. G. Wilkeiou"s ami get some "Arnicatcd Camphor Ice and Glycer ine' for chapped hands. -o- The best display and largest assort ment of Quecnsware to be found in Sa vannah, is at Danford & Chittenden's. Go to W. S. Gilman's in Opera House Pdock, St. Joseph, Mo., for the best Pi anos and Organ-, Pi:ici:s the i.oavkst and TKKMS OF r-VYMI.MT THE K.VSIET. Call or send for circular and terms. Crops destroyed! Money hard to get! and John J. Miller has reduced the prices of his mammoth stock of Cloth ing to suit this state of alfairs. Call and be convinced. Mr. Pat Began, who has been a resi dent ol Savannah for about eight years, engaged in the s-hoemnker s business, part of which time he carried on for him self, and purl worked as a journeyman, has concluded to try his fortune in Southern Missouri. May success at tend him wherever he goes, for he is a No. 1 workman, industrious ami atten tive to his business. The best assortment of Iloilida Goods can bo found at II. B. Sargent's New Drug Store. He has Picture Hooks, Alphabet Blocks and Juvenile Books in abundance, ami all dill'erent from last year. nostf rgpA good thread, works well on ma chines, 200 yards on a spool, six spools for -Jo cents, and other goods in propor tion, at Stiles & Hardy's. We need money, and if Low Pkicks and good goods will bring it, we will have it. You hear us. Choicest ISecf and Pork at Savannah Meat Market, South Side of Public Souarc. W. 15. HOWARD. tf OiJKjob 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 satis lactiou. Cooper & Greenlee, will sell you five quires of Note Paper lor 50 cents ; En velopes, o cents a bunch and upwards ; Ink, 5 cents a bottle and upwards. Fine Writing Paper a speciality. 47tf -- Parties wishing a thoroughly good Organ, are advised to buy the "Silver Tongue"' the 1 jest in the -wmti v. Manufactured by E. P.Needham & Sou. New York, and for sale by W. S. Gil man, Opera House Block, St. Joseph, Mo. Mlif O-o- There will be regular services (D.V.) hereafter, until further notice, in l:e Episcopal Church, every Sunday at !: ;J0 a. m., and occasionally in the even ing at 7 :S0. Sunday School lor the winter immediatelv after morninir ser- .... 1 - - II T. ' vice. Tiie iiouse is nee 10 an uou worshipers, and their attendance dei;- ed. We would especially invite the children to attend the Sunday School. Jynx Bennett, Missionary in charge. Danford & Chittenden still have plen ty of Heating Stoves, Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest. Which is why we wish to remark, that. owing to three years' drouth, the epizootic, the financial crisis, and the passing call of the. g. hopper, the bed rock has been bored through by Stiles & Hardy, prices have been carried down below the aforementioned rock, and wo arc selling goods strictly for cash at cash prices. Services at the Sixth Street M. E. Church, evcay Sabbath. Preaching at 10-i a. m., and at 7 ::10 p. m. Seats free. Public cordially invited to at tend ; strangars especially invited to worship witli ;is. -Thirty minutes far class-meeting alter each morning ser vice. Prayer moating every Thursday evening. Members of other denomina tions invited to worship Avith us. B. T. Sjauiiek, Pastor. Purviance lias the largest show case of Pocket Books, 1 ever saw. Don't buy your Holliday Goods before 3-011 examine what II. B. Sargent lias, lor if vou do, vou will regret it. Stf Miscellaneous and Toy Books, in great varictv, for the Christmas trade, at L. G. Wilkerson's. Stf Tiie Sixth Street iM. E. Sociable, will meet at the residence of Wm. Challa combc, this (Friday) evening, Dse. 10. All are invited to attend. Just received at the Savannah Mills, two cars of choice wheat, from Kearne' Junction, Nebraska. Flour of the same will be sold cheap, lor cash. noStf Buel's Cassimcrcs at Ty ncr's South Side Clothing Emporium, by the yard, or an' way to please you. , -t"0 Wo have the gratification, with this number, of being able to present our readers with the President's Message. For this good foriune we are indebted to the promptness and enterprise of our auxiliary publishers in St. Louis. We recommend all our readers to give it an attentive perusal. Have not yet had time to read it, but hear it highly spo ken of as an able document. Qrr.STiON. Who understands an in vention the mo.-t perlecth? Who will produce the most perfect results from such invention? The inventor or his imitators? Elias Howe. Jr., gave to the world the m:.vr sf.wixi: -machine, and now his latent production is oil'ered io tho-pubiie. A k 1). J. Thomas for it. A fine line of Bibles, and new style of Albums at L. G. Wilkerson's. Stf . We understand Governor Hardin has appointed James W. Brooks, a, farmer, living in the northwest corner ot Roch ester Township, County Judge until the next general election, to fill vacancy oc casioned by the death of Judge Wm. M. Shanks. The next general election un der the Township Organization Act, comes oil' next April. Judge Shanks drew the three-year term. The term of service o( Judgo Lambright expires in April next, so that at that time the peo ple will have two county judges to elect one for a full term and the other for the unexpired term of Judge Shanks. 4 For Fine Christmas Presents ;o to Purviance's. Affairs in the Savannah Public School are not moving on very smoothly at present. It seems a diOicult' occurred lat week between Mr. Mattoson, oiu of the teachers, and Byron Kelley. one of the" students, growing out of a violation of tiie rules of lh' school by the latter as to the merits ami particulars of which there is a diversity of opinion. The maUer bcinir brought before tin; School Board, both fludent and teacher were declared to be m the wrong, and Avere required to apologise therefor before the, school. The student complied wilii the requirement. Mr. Mattoson not believ ing it to be his duty, declined to comply, and the result is a vacancy in the corps of Teachers. J. A. Sanders, of the School Board, supplies the vacancy as teacher, until other arrangements ;re made. At Headquarters ior Cloth ing at the South Side, you can find one of the best lots of Cassimcre for suits to ordc1' of anv house in the Xorthwest. children wanted every day until a ft p.- the Holiidays. to buy Toy-books, Notions and Candy, of Purviance. Stf Tin: New Y.oimc Observer. This best of famllj newspaper is as fresh and interesting, now in its fifty-third year,as ever before; and, indeed, wc think it more so. Its letters alone are worth more than the subscription price of the paper. It repudiates all offers of pre miums, pictures, &e., and sends to its patrons a splendid family newspaper of the largest dimensions, containing all the desirable news, religious and secu lar, and an endless variety of reading for young and old, all of which is pure and good. Every family should have it. For specimen-copies, address S. I. Prime & Co., Xew York. The prices on Overcoats re duced at South Side Clothing House, also fine lots capes of many different stvles. Keporfc of Savannah Public School. The following is a report of Savannah Public School tor the month ending De cember lid, 1875 : i t c 3 c c c r. : o; t : : o o : : - : c I 2 ! : 2 I I ! ! 1 f ! 4 : : 7 c.o ri7-.i :'.-: so 40 i; iw !c-7 1; 411 id :;7-s r ::i 17 :u-:; us r, ir, 15 4::-t ::; ::7 17 t7-s 1 ::i :;i :k 11 k; n; !;-: :s-s :;s ::s to ; o in-7 :u-1 2 1:: j-j-j 4t as s -'.s im-i d:-: ! m r.i r.i is-2 tr, 0 n-, S17-S ntsii:y-j ::it; '-'::-1 i:r vx, 111 o:m !..-:-- Report of Room Xo. (. lor the term of three months, John W. Wiikerson, teacher : i v 1 O O C O O r 7? . o XZ 5 r- 5" XAMES. 3 I 1 1 g o " ' . , CJ w r- C c f TVeno Chittenden, !)1 GO 5 91 Prudy liarbour, 95 59 1 5 90 InisCook. SS 57A 2. SO Anna P.illeter, 9f GO 90 Mary Barr, 92 5:3 7. -i S9 F Shackelford, So 50 10 5 9-' Lottie Lay ton, S9 GO 2 91 Mary Cox, 91 GO 95 Cora Garrett, 90 GO 2 9:5 Homer Luec. 9:5 5Gd 5A 9f William Earles, SI 58 J 9:i Anion Lauey, b':1! GO - 92 Robjrt Rea, SO 50-i 9-i 90 John X'elson, SO 5:5 7 A S5 Joseph Barr, 80 57 :5 2 79 XoraSroufe, S9 51 9 1 9l Lillie Buskirk. 82 GO S9 llattie Phillips, SO 57 3 -L 89 Harland Howard, SG 5t G 4 S5 Charles Manley, S8 59 1 94 Rachel Iieren, 9G GO 95 Amenia Nelson,. 9G GO 95 Ettie Alillen, 91 GO 9S Lizzie Ford, 87 GO 9: Flora libis, 91 55A -11 3 93 Maggie Thurma:i, 9,'J 59 1 95 Louka Wasmer, 89 GO -1 90 Alice Williams, SS (iu 100 Lizzie Keshner, 82 55 5 12 92 15ell AVhite, 8-t GO 1 95 LenaAuble, 95 -KS.I 12-i 100 Elmer Luce, 90 50 10 90 John Morphitt, SO 51 9 1 S'O William Laney, 98 GO 100 John Earls, 91 58 2 2 9o Id ikon Singery, 90 GO . 90 Foley Giddings, 88 5GA 3A 2 85 Edward Young, 100 GO 1(0 James Rea, 93 59 l 100 Charles price, 92 58 2 3 90 Anna Rilleters copy-book, the best written. Got, your pictures framed Wili:ersons. G. etc Owe HZo Han Anything, Somans 13th, 3. Relieving the above to be tiie only safe financial lasis for individuals or na tions; ami also believing that instead of confering a favor, we do an injury 13 our customers when we sell them goods on credit, we have resolved, that on and after January 1st, 187G, we will allow no person to take any goods from em store until hey are paid for. We will adhere strictly to the above principles as long as we do business 011 this footstool. Very Respcctl.illy. "W. S. EARLS; Dec. 10, 1875 1108 wl. Circuit Court. The two whisky cases against Albert' Bayno were nol prod. On the charge of attempted rape the jury found him guilty, assessing his punishment at two years in the penitentiary. A motion was made for a new trial. Marsh Hrady plead guilty to selkng whisky without license, lined ,$-10. State of Missouri agaim-t John F. Mil ler, for obtaining money under lalse pretenses jury now out. State of Missouri against Jasper II. Mooney perjury argument of counsel now in progress. An election lorXine Directors to serve for the ensuing year, will be held at the Farmer's Bank, on Tuesday, January 11th, 187(5, between the hours of 10 A. m., and -1 1 m. By order of the Board. BEXJ. GUILDS, Cashier. Savannah, Dec. 10th, 1S75- -w?. 411 and 413 Felix Street, St. Jo seph, Mo., Has Made Another Immense Pur chase of Dry Goods Direct from Importei'3 and Manufactur ers at 50 Cents on the Dollar. He will give his customers the bene fit of it, and those who want ro save two or three profits should visit McKinncy. as he buys all his goods from first hands FOR CASH, and this is the secret ot his r.Kixc ai'.li: to sell a:l kinds of goods at such extreme low prices. During the next thirty days he will have special of ferings in each department of his house, such as 1-1 Percales at 10 cent'1, worth 15 cents; Shawls at 75 cents ; Wool Blankets at ,$3.oo, worth $5,00; Water proofs at C5 cents, worth 90 cenl'i flan nels at 20, 22A, 25, 27A and 30 cents ;and hundreds of other equally great bar gains. Orders by mail carefully filled. Itemember the place. A. E MchHXXEr, -111 and -113 Felix Street, St. Joseph, Mo. E, M. Mitchell, dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, lakes ihis method of informing the pub lic that he is now furnishing all goods in his line at prices away below the prices that were ruling in November. Late purchases, at exceeding low lig :ue, enables him to meet all competi tion. Call and be convinced? Remem ber the place, Southwest co.'ncr of Pub lic Suuare. no8w2 Three times larger stock of Hats at Tyncr's, (Successor to A. Schuster.) at the old Heath uarters for Clothing, Savannah IUo. FINE HOS Hi' For Sale. A thoroughbred Berkshire Boar, '2h 3'ears old ; weight, 375 pounds ; price, .$30. The above hog is being bred to sows at -S'l each. Enquire of E. BRAYTOX. Tax-Pnyers Attention. THE Township Assessor, Trustee and Clerk, of each townhip, will meet :it the oilice ot the Township Clerk of their respective Townships, on Friday, December 1 1th, 187", for the purpose of reviewing the assessment list of persons, objecting thereto. The Countv Court at its April term will examine the Assessment rolls of the sevjral Townships for the purpose of equalizing the valuation in the sever al Tovnhips, and also to correct the several lists if necessary. E. BR AYTOX," County Clerk. Dec. 10. 'To noS w2. Kidney Difficulties. Speer's Port Grape Wine is one of the best diuretics known, it gemly acts on the kidiuys, stimulating and infusing in them new vigor and urges them to throw from the system all the worn out particles which if suffered to remain would poison the blood and create dis ease. Every disease to a certain ext?nt demands a diuretie,. every part of the system must be in working order to maintain health, and the kidneys espec ial! arc the main avenues for the es cape of the poisons of the system. Phy sicians have, after strict trial and due examination, found Speer's Port Grape Wine to answer the purpose admirably, and recommend it in cases where a di uretic is needed. This wine is raised in Xew Jersey, and sold b druggists gen erally. Eew Meat SIioj 09 Seiccman & Earls, on the northeast corner of the Public Souare, have just opened a new Meat Market for the ac commodation of the public, where can bo obtained the very best qualities of Beef and Pork, at low rates. 4tf . , Dissolution Moticee The firm of Mrs. E. S. Dysart and Saunders, has this day, by mutual con sent, dissolved partnership, Win. II. Saunders retiring from the firm. This the Pith day of November, 1875, Clay Township Andrew county, Mo. 5w3 MRS. E. S. DYSART. FATAL ACCIDENT. A Little Boy in Flames. Wednesday, afternoon, X'( v. 2.th, a li'tle three year old son of widow Welch and a child of Mr. Duncan ParrMi, li -ing in Craig, being alone in an upstairs room, took a notion to play v.ith match es and liirht a candle which was within roach. The sciv.-.ms of the ehildn a at tracted the attention of old Mr.-,. WiNon and her younger daughter, (-.-Tand-mother and aunt to tne children) who when they arrived upstairs found mrig Welch enveloped in Humes and the apron of the other child also burning. The burning apron was quickly ton: away, and the child saved, but "you'iir Welch did not e.-eape so easily. lii -clothe-, were nearly all burned fn-m oil' his body before the ihmes could be ex tinguished, and the poor boy wn- i.e i.-'v roasted alive, hom his lcet to hi i . . - : and he saved his eyes by piacin;; i;!i his hands over them. Tht re : s much surface b:irnt life couid :! 1 1- I i!JVflf Iff Km rV.'w I ItMtil ief.Miwc j of the next day, when death prst an en 1 to nis intense smiermg. Mrs. Welch being- teacher of mu"e was in the country giving music h --oi.-at the lime the horrible accident h p pened. Imagine her grief when !;e ie turncd and found her child burned to n crisp! The unlortunate boy -vva-, a grandchild of Wm. Wilson. " fonurrly merchant of this city. Holt County Sentinel. Wo learn that the little sufi'erer allud ed to above was the great grand .-on of our aged feL'ow-citizen, M. M. K'dioti. Mr. Welch, the boy's lather, was mur dered in some unknown manner, in Texas, two or three years ago. Tin. family then lived in Southern Mi-.-ouri. and alter that event movsd up into Holt countv. If vou want Diarv's. Albums. Bibles. Hymn Books, Poems, Secretaries, go t 1L B. Sargent's. m.Mf Xew -Octjn'c Pianos, $250,00 GASH, AT WALTER S. GILMAN'S, Orn:A I1ou.sk Block, ST. JOSEPH, - - - M1SSOURL n.jltt PRICE'S COLUMN. FLOUTl ! FLOIJE ! Xew arrival at W. A. Price's. Xovem berlst. ol h2n sacks of that celebrated Spring Wheat Flour, Manufactured at Marysville. Kansas. This is now pn-v-011 to be the best liour in the market. EVERY SACK WARRANTED. I propose to seil this new lot of FLOFR at the same price as ihe last l,ooo sack sacks sold by me in the last six w ceks which is as follows. "I''or u'.l' to 1,U0U lbs, .5-J,()0 per hundred. For H'o pound sack, $"'.G.l per hundred. For iO pounds, I sack. - - -For t uounds, 1 sack. - - - 7'J tts. The finest qualities of Fall Whe-it Flour kept on hand and sold under t!.. market price. Also. Graham Flour. Bran, Meal, Oats. Corn. Wheat. Rye for sale at W. A. PRICE'S. W. A. Price wants all the Buckwheat in the county, for which the ca.-h will be paid; W. A. Prict; wants all the good White Beans in the county, for which the oa will be paid. W. A. Price wants to buy Wheat. Oats, Rye, &c. Fresh Buckwheat Flour- at W. A. Price's, f0 cents ner ack. Hides, Tallow. Lard, Beeswax. Ba con, Wool. Feathers,. Rags, wanted ly W. A. PRICE. Cotton-Grain Sacks 2.5 Bushels for 2." cents at W.A. PRICE"S. Those large Queen Victoria Straw berries just fresh canned at W.A. Price's is the finest fruit ever-brought to Savan nah. 10(1 cases of Xew Can Fruits, just re ceived, direct from Baltimore, by W.A. Price, wilt be sold very cheap by the Can, Do::en, or Case ox 2 dozen Cans each. Go to W. A. Price's-quick and ge t a barjrain in his large lot of XEW CAN Fruits, just received from Baltimore. W. A. Price's is the place to get the large Green Gage Plums, cheap, frch and new. Those large yellow free stone Peach es, .fresh canned, in 2 and :) pound can.-,, 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.