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"(Jod and nryself only know -vvh.it I have suffered in the last few months1 Thi'sc words were, uttered hist week by ;i man wlio has been a fugitive from ju-tiee and who was bnnijjht'back lrom California to his home in Massachusetts, to undergo his trial for crime. Jie had bo.-:i a prominent citizen in a large town, li id lieen a prominent member of the Methodist church ; but becoming involv ed in linancial trouble had resorted to ltrir ry to make better his fortunes, and iva led on irom one act ol crime to an other. Two or three months ago he dis appeared. It was thought at the time that he had fallen overboard lrom a -te.xmer on Long Island Sound and was drowned, line all this time he has beer, wiiidering hither and thither under as Minn d names, "a fugitive and a vaga boii I in the earth.'' At length he reach ed 'iic P-ieiiic coast anil just as he was s-.?'i ur to embark ior Australia he was rontronted by the officer who had been his track, and lie is now brought Iru k to be tried by his neighbors and to Mittur the penalty of the law. Hut he has been enduring a worse puiii-hinent than being shut up within the walls of a prison. He lias been suf lenug the tortures of a guilt conscience carrying this scorpion within him while 'n n.g to elude the pursuit ol the officers ! the law, and now he comes back to In- Iiume disgraced, degraded, a wreck. This case is only one of a thousand. Tiwre are great numbers of criminals at large, who have found refuge in foreign '(ur.trie-j. or hiding-places in their own, but wist have already been overtaken by the Xemesis which tracks every crim inal a guilt' conscience. Many of ihi-in are suffering the torments of an n. j'ii-iition, Mild all are conscious of a moral degradation and a desert ot pun ishment which, must almost make them ii' ttiu: their existence. We have not a doubt that from Tweed down to the Mur.Iiot clas of robbers, those who V. e heen guilty of fraud and peeula- n and other kindred crimes by which :.V have, obtained ill-gotton wealth. i uid give all they have gained a hun ;.v.l times over, if they could but have e j.anee to start again in life with :;"th :ig but a clean record and a clear i.-. ience. Robbery does not pay, no iii titer what are the inducements offer- Tlic-e eases should lie a warning to ur oimg men never to attempt by a ll-liv.'iet act to obtain what is not their :.. It is far better, even taking thi- u.to the account, to be poor, than to liae the envenomed sting of conscious gu:it within one's breast. It cannot be jet : id of not even by suicide, to which many have resorted in their self-ac-u.-m' despair. X. Y. Observer. "Jlciieve nothing against another I ut upon good authority; nor report is bat may hurt another, unless it. be a ri c iter hurt to others to conceal it." Mortgage Sale of Reed Es tate. W i ! ERE AS, WILLIAM C II A L 1 1cn!nli(! aud Sarah 1. Challaconibe. his wf.'. lv their certain Mortgage Deed, It - r-le.l in Book 27, at Page 302.11c d'vth of Andrew County, dated April li--t. W3, conveyed to the undersigned th following described Ileal Estate, sit i ite in Andrew County,Missouri, to-wit: The north half of the northeast quarter i f -ictioii twent3, (20), in township fifty nine, of ranee thirty-six, containing SO ktc-5. more or le; which said convey-n:r-i was made to secure the payment of t rtain promissory note therein des- ril And, whereas, it is provided in r id that in case of default in the j lyiMj.t ofsaid note, the undersigned i iirLt i-roceed to sell the Real Estate flK rem described, at the Court House loor in the city of Savannah, first giving i!. rtd lys notice of the time, terms, and I'ivv ofsaid sale, and the property to be fold by advertisement in some uewspa jii'i, printed in the city, county and State .il'jie-aid; And, whereas, default has 1 i n made in the payment of said note ii -i interest; Now. therefore, by virtue f the power conferred on me by the Jorcs' id Mortgage, and in pursuance of tin terms thereof, I shall, on M'jhib:ij,thcosl day of January, A. D., lv7'. :.t the south door of the Court llwc'n the city of Savannah, Andrew upty. Missouri, proceed to scll the i fore-aid Ileal Estale, at public auction and outcry to the highest bidder, for -h hi hand, for the purposes in said Murtsaee Deed set forth. ' ALLEN HOLT. Mortgagee. Doc. 31, '7:1 noil tds. Stray Notice. Taken up by Columbus F. Cobb, liv ing in Lincoln Township, in Andrew County, Missouri, on the loth day of H inber, A D. 187o, on his place 3 miles west of Savannah, one pale red cow. with white spot under her brisket, back part of belly and bag Nvhite, bush of her tail partially white marked swal low fork in right ear, eight or nine years old. appraised at twenty dollars; me white steer, red nose and eais, branded on right hip, loo dim to make out, two years old and past, appraised it $K; one red and white spotted heif- r. with a crop and under bit in right ear, one year old past, appraised at nine dollar-, size about average. Appraised at 42 dollars, by Jonathan M. Cobb and Jackson Hart. ' A true copv from my Stray Hook. J. B. MAJORS, Justice of the Peace for Nodaway Tp. Dec. ;1, 75- noil w4. T91US 1 B b I G. WILKERSON, SUCCESSOR OUT Sargent & Wilkerson, South Side Square, Savannah, Mo., DKALKU IN Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Notions, School Books, Stationary, Fancy Articles, Paints, Oils. and Dye Stuffs. PURE 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 BIB A CALL. LIVE MB Ut M B HI KOWO. Savannah, Aug. 20th fim. Home Insurance) The Farmer's Insur ance Company, of Andrew Count', will Insure Farn Property in Andrew County. Apply t) the Secretary, or local Agent appointe 1 bv each Grange. 11. II. TALBOT, President. E. Brayton, Secretory. no3tf o CD ZD o O hcj f O c t ' rr- -i CD d O r - in w r-r- H o Vi xi CD "O tj1 vi O j , w Zfl c Ui 5. O o o GQ 3" r w i 93 TO 373 CO Journal of Agriculture and Farmer, A "Weekly for Hip Farm, Orchard nmt Home Circle. The WVokly Journal "f Agriculture Mui Kavm r i-i a consonilatiou ol'tlu-lU'intlily .lounial il" Agricultuiv and the weekly 3li-.-ouri Fanner, and is now Tho Great lioartinf; Popular Farm nnd Firosiilo Paper of tho Southwest Its ih'iiartnient-i are connilctc ami ably editeil. Tiie (irange is a leading feature, and this de partment is always lull ol good lhing- contrilm t d hy the inemliers oft'.ie Ord-r. The ladies are heard Hi rough the oolumns devotel to their inlerels, and many hints of household utility ami good advice e;tii he gleaned hy those who wish to become ornaments in their homes and liv their lire.-ido. All classees will he in.-triie.t-eil hv reailing the Journal ot Agriculture and Fanner, and no family should be without it. 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Postage, .". cents, muu be sent with each name, as we prepay every pa per Sent out. CHEW, CORDELL & CO., Publishers, 310 Xorth Sixth Street, St. Louis, Mo. October '20, 1.S7.V noi tins. Stray Notice- TAKEN up bv M. W. Caplcs, living In Lin coin township, in Andrew County. Missouri, on the l.th day of November A. L. Is7.r; One ved and white speckled steer, (stag horns.) marked with a smooth crop oil of the right and slit in tho left ear, and about three years old. Appraised at fifteen dollars, bv Joseph W. Youmr and Francis M. Perkins. A true copv from my Stray Hook. E. 15- STINSON, J. For Lincoln Township. Dec. 3, '7.1 noT w4. Our job department is very comple 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. Mortgage Sale, WnEREAS, Samuel J. Hunter and Erne line Hunter, his wile, ot the County ot Andrew, and State of Missouri, by their certain Mortgage Deed, dated the 22nd day of October, 1S70, and recorded in the Re corder's oitice of Andrew Count v, in Record Rook 1!), rage -l.'iG, conveyed to George W. Sam uels, of the County of Buchanan, Stale aforesaid all his right, title, interest and estate, in and to the tollowing described Real Estate situated in the County of AndteW, State of Missouri, viz: The north half of the X. W. qrof stc'.ion thirty two, the north half of the northeast quarter of section thirty-one; the north half of the north west quarter of section thirty-one, of Township No. sixtv, of range No. thirty-four; Also the north half of the northeast quarter of the nortu east quarter ot section thirty-six, of township sixty, ot range thirty-live, containing 227 acres, more or less ; Which said convey ance was made in trust to secure the pavnient of a certain promissory note m said deed" des cribed. And, whereas, said note has become due and is unpaid. Now, therefore, in accor dance with the provisions of said Mortgage Deed, and at tiie request of the legal holder of said note, I shall proceed to sell the above des cribed Real Estate, at the south loor ol the Court Hoii.-i'. in the city ol'Sa:innah, in the County ot Andrew, State aforesaid to the highest bid der, for cash, at public auction, on TUESDAY, THE 4-TJ! DA Y OF JAN UARY, 1S7G, between the hours ot nine in the forenoon and live in the alternoon of that day, to satisfy said note, together with the cost and expense of exe cuting this trust. L. D. CARTER, Sheriff of Andrew County, Mo. Trustee's Sale. WHERKAS, FRANCIS M. DAVIS AND his wife. Jane A. Davis, bv theii certain Deed of Trust, dated the Dtli day of October, 1&7 I, ami recoded in the Recorder"' Oilic.e of the County of Andrew, btate of Missouri, in Rook :;o, oil I'agelBS, conveyed to the undersigned. Trustee, the tollowing described Real Estate, situate, ly ing and being in the County of Andrew, State of Missouri, to-wit: All of the Northeast Fourth of the Southeast quarter of Section twenty. Township sixty. Range tlui ty-live, containing forty acres more or less, which said conveyance was'niadu in Trust to secure the payment of a promissory note in said Deed ol Trust mentioned and described. And, whereas, same note is now due and un paid, together with the interest thereon ; Now, then-fore, I, the undersigned, Trustee, bv vir tue of the power in me vested by said Deed of Trust and at the requistoi" the "legal holder of said promissory note, I will, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28TU, 1875, at the Court House Door, in the town of Savan nah, county of Andrew, state of Missouri, pro ceed to sell (he real eslale described as above xt public vendue to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, and apply the proceeds olsaid sale to the satisfaction ofsaid note, both principal and in terest and the costs ot this Trust. o. R. I'lIELl'S, Trustee. Nov. 25, '7." nnfi w.". Notice of Guardian's bale of Real Estate- VTOTICE IS IIERKRY GIVEN THAT RY lM virtue and authority of an order of the l'ro liate Court ot the County of Andrew, in the State ol Missouri, made at the September adjourned term 17.", thereof, to-wit: November l.'ith, Is7r, 1, Joshua Roiid, Guardian of the person and es tate of Sarah Truex. a person of unsound mind, will on MONDAY, THE MTU DAY OX JAN UARY, 187(5, between the hours ol eight o'clock in the fore noon and six o'clock m the afterno-m of that day, at the Court Ifou-e, in the City of Savannah in -aid County, and during the session of the l'rob:te Court ol said County of Andrew, sell at public auction, all the right", title and interest, ol the .-aid Sarah Truex, in and to the Real Es tate hen-matter described, tlu.t i to say, the un divided one-seventh part of the h.'cwi'ig des cribed Real Estate simate in tiie County of An drew and State of Missouri to-wit: The East Hall of the Northwest quarter, and the Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section twenty-six, in Township liliv-nine and Range thirty-six, and part of lot lour, ol fractional Section t elity-seven, in Township lifty-nine, of Range thirl:, -six; bounded as fol lows: Beginning ut the Northeast corner of said lot number four,' (f,) mid running thence west forty rods; thence nearly Southwest along a ditciisixty-l-ve nn'is to the Nodaway slough, tin nee down the !oiigh seventy-nine "rods to'tne Southeast corner ofsaid lot; thence North one hundred rods to the plr.ee ot beginning; all of vi Inch is to be sold subject to the dower of Mary Tiiu-x therein; ami term-;, to the highest bidder for one-h ill" of thcsclling price, cash m hand, and one-half in twelve months, and t lie deferred payment to be secured by mortgage, and the note therefor lo bear ten per cent, interest per annum from date of same until paid; for the pin poses in said order mentioned. JOSHUA BOND, Guardian. Dec. 10, '75 nos. tds. Stray Notice. STATE OF AIISSOT'Wr. " " s- , County of An dim: w, $ Taken up as a stray, by Ephriam jf" er.s, living in Platte Township, in An drew county, on the seventh day of No vember, 1.S75, one bluck mare mule supposed to be one or two 3'ears old last spring, has a brown nose, tibout thirteen hands high, no other marks or brands perceivable. Appraised at thirty-live dollars by John T. Bailey and John "W. Popplewell, and sworn to be fore me this 17th day of .November, 1875. VINCENT WILSON, J. P. Dee. 3, 75 no7 w4. Stray Notice. STATE OF MISSOUKI, ? County of Andrew, "&' Taken up by William Patton, living in Empire Township, in Andrew Coun ty, on the 20th day of November, 1S75, as a stray, one reddish brindle efow, about eight or 1) years old, white on the bell' and a little white on the to) of hips, marked with a crop oil of the right ear and swallow fork ami under bit in the left, no other marks or brands per ceivable, appraised at seventeen and fif ty cents, by. William Floyd and Wiley Logan, and sworn to before me for that purpose, this 20th day ot Nov. 1S75. VINCENT WILSON, J. P. Dec. 10, 1875 noS-w4. Stray Notice. Taken up hy James Sleek, living in Empire Township, in Andrew County, Missouri, on 13th day of November, A. D. 1875, One steer, three years old, red, with white spots, star in the forehead, marked with slit in the right ear, no other marks or brands. Appraised at twenty dollars, by James Woodrum and David Bonham. A true copy from mv Strav Book. " J. W. PIERCE. J. P. For Emnire Township, Dec. 10, 1875 no8 w4. For first-class job work of all kinds call at the IIei'Ub'lican office. Pianos and. Organs Mil - ... Standard Quality, -rc ouermg to persons desiring to purchase an Organ or Tiano, the MOST LIBERAL TERMS KNOWN TO THE TRADE. The instruments we sell are all of .i'm. x'p.Vf 1,e"1 at a.H iUo-."y of PIANOS and OROANS known to dealers as UlhAI Instruments, they are almost entirely worthies-, and the price paid lor them is money thrown away. 1 1 The Terms we Offer to Purchasers Bring ithin the reach of all classes of purchasers, and enables tm-m to procure a .strictl v hrst-class instrument. Pianos and Onrans can h. hotiphtof us ami paid lor in I-'-y ISSTAI.I.MKNTS, p ivable at intervals to suit the pun ha-er. Liberal Discounts Made for Cash. Wo guarantee instruments to hens represented m circulars, so that purchasers are at no n-k inorderinj; an Organ or Piano ot us, or our agents. Send for Circulars and .Write for Terms. T. J. Washburn, Agent, 424 Francis Street, ST. JOSEPH, WPI. TYRREL, UNDERTAKER. COFFINS CAN BE HAD AT ANY time day or night Shop Northeast corner of Public Square, SAVANNAH, - - - 3IISS0UIU. October!, 1875 m(5. IS. W. JOY, Dealer in MASBLB, MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TABLETS, &o. Northeast corner Public Square, Savannah .Mo. J am now prepared to lilfordirs for Ci;m i:ti:i:y Woiik, Irom a good ..election of designs and material Work well and promptly e.ecu5 ted, ami on the most reasonable tenps. March ."ith, IsT.'i. ly. A. D0EHSAM, Boot & Shoe jf4 Maker, Sr And Dealer in UEADY v m.lJiE Uuots and .Shoe North i.Ie I'ublic Square, S WAN'NAir. MO. Tin-; undesigned would re.speetl'uliy inlorm the public that he will always keep on hand a sup ply ot the 15 r. t Ma tk i: i a i. . which will lie made up on .short notice, ;.ad in the highest style of the art. liepaina ueutiy done and promptlv attended to. Satisfaction" guaranteed and terms reasonable. A. DOEKSAM. ieb.MUy te Route. fOMl'CSL-D OK Tllr; Toledo, Peoria k Warsaw Railway, r:.,: 4.: i r 4.4 p. ru: d d uiiiumicui, Luiayttue m ouituKuniiii Indianapolis, Cinn, & Lafayette R.R. Is the Shortest, lle-t, (uirket and Kine.st Equipped limlte between all points Wet of the Mi-fi.sjpiii Itiverand I'kokia, Lakayktti:, In niANAroi.i.s, (. iNci.NNAii. I.oi i i i.i.i; and all Cities, of the East, .s-outh-Eastand North. The following i the time of the CINCIN" NATI LIGHTNING EXPRESS TRAIN. Leave Savannah 5 : p. m. , r.iiilington 5.W a. m., JveoKUK 1.' la in.; I'eoria 10 ..o a. m.,Miel don :t::ifi p. m. ; i.al' yef.r mi j. m.; Indianap olis 7 :i p- '"-J Cini-innati il:'.0 p. m.; Iiiii.s ville 1 1 ::( p. in. Close connections for Italtimore, Washington, New York and Soutln r:. points. Ei-ave Savannah .ri:oo p. m.: l. -ive Ilurlington via C. II. Train No. o, lt:l"a. in. Leae I'eoria Clop, in.; Lafayette l:(;oa. m.: Indian apolis -1 :0(ia. m. : arm t .i iuuati S:45 a. in.; Louisville S::;o a. n. .. m.; luinbiis ll:l."ia.m.: 1'if -.- v 7 i.oj. m. Imnn (iiate connections thiouyh to ladelphia, New York and Itoston. CHICAGO & X.OGANSPOKT FAST EXPRESS. Train No. 4 Lea . -. .anna.i .Vi' p. m.; Ilur linlon 3 :."!o p. in.: i -.'aik .":':: i. i:i.: I'eoria II :i)ti I. m. : Gilm ut . a. m.:t ,;cago7::r u in.; Mate Liii'-.t Ki a. n. ; Coiunsbns :-.:: p.m. ; Pittsburg a. in. : I.ogaiisp..rt, t::Ci a. m. ; Toledo :"( P- leeland j!':bp. in. Cl''e eonnccti.oi at Ch'eaao. !'ittburg and Cleveland lor all Eut-tcrti an.l Nor: hern Cities. By this route pa?seutiers avoid delays, and omnibuses transfer through large cities, which renders it very desirable, particularly for ladies. A&k for tickets re.v.liti-r from Burling ton or Keokuk, via T. V. & W. R'y. B.iggacc Checked Through. A. L. HOPKINS, Receiver, I'eoria. II. C.TOWNSEND, lieti'l Tic't Agt. , I'eoria. For iutormation, address, v. k. crai.ii'TON, lien. Weet'n Agent, Hmiington, Iowa. July 1S75 t;:n. Administrator's Notice- TVTOTICK is lien-bv trivi'ii that tla unlcr.si-iutl lhusobt:uiu-l lcttLTf of Adiuinistriitioti on tin KstiiU- ol Win. M. lulllk, (U-ct-a-i-il, lrom the l'rolmtis Ctourf ol Andrt-w county, Mishouri, lieariiig (late I)i ci-iulier'J.';rl, 1S7."). All frons liavintr clniins nKainst said i-'tatt' an- rfijiiii-fd to exhibit thwn tor allowance-to the AdminiMrator within one year niter dale ofsaid letters or they niav be precluded lrom any liene lit of such e.tate; "and if such claims be not ex hibited within two years from the publication ol this notice, thev will be forever barred. CHAS. F. UOOHEU, Administrator of Wm. M. Shanks., Deceased . December 31, 1S75 3w noil. Averill Chemical Paint. Purest White, and anT desireil shade or color, mixed ready for "?e. Durable, BeautifulWater-Proof and Economical. Sold bv COOPER & GREENLEE. Savannah, Sept. 2-i. 1875 3ms. 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