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Eepublican. Xf Ea.tM.u?APYLb?i?ier.(201 1:9 SAVANNA H, MO., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1870. V0"- V. N0, 1 6- SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. Aimtiitmttitt in thli column, fijly ctnti ptr lint Jar one yon. Including ijenernl head. mo vno nlrrrtht in thin column are reliable anil tlraightforiranl in Ihelr mpcttivr eallingt. ATTORNEYS. T W. C VI.DWKl.l., attorney-at-law and IV . Notary Public. Pay spirlnl attention t roliccling, riinffvanrlim ami investigating titles UlUco last side puhlln sipiarc. '- X-l;A ANI W II.UAMS, Alttoi ril nt Law, V iiiumah, Oitlccnvcr Savannah Muv lMKliinlllMll.iii Will pim-Ucc In the Courl of Andrew iml ail.lniiiliiir enuiiti. a t.'iiiL'ir CI T. IlltV .N, attorney at law, will pr.iitln X . 1" itl 1 tin- courts ut Northwest Missouri, nperlul ntlcntinn gitcn to badness In tin- count) ami probate courts. (Jflice our Fill hu m' Hank. i7 WW S. tiRr.nSt.KK, ATTOIINKY AND counsellor at law. OlHceon cast side of tin- i'i'ilii- Himnr-. T II. M A-Itnt-. attorney-at-law Will train let all business cntnHtcd to littn 1 1 r r 1 1 1 1 1 ami cmiiilly. l.'an lie lound at hi diUi'vi upstairs, two iloorn-as iiltlic Pot l fic. -iv iimali, Mo. Vt HAKKI'Y. &i Ht; S'li:i)tlCK, llagle lukcry. .con.ic . ilnncrv anil restaurant, went shleol tlio npiitro. l'.i rlli's iiirnlshctl on Muni miller. -JT TollV I, STANTON, Aut-llmii'rr, will ntt ml In all rails In till i line with prnmptni'-s anil miiMih'Iihii iiii:.iii:i M TII.K F. CJ Mattk-iis-supplies our dozen., w iin irt'sn .link i-vi-rv morning ,x cicning .SOCIHTIHS. .....t... r O IJ. S'. iviinn.lh l.oilirc. No. i'iaKiSt-1 "iv.iiiiwli. Mo., inccls t-verv I' i.V KVKNINU, at (lilil .n. - tviniws- nun, ,iiiiniirasi connr 01 tin- Piililli- -.iiili- All m-mlicis ofthc older hi 1.-11 1 1 .-tamllug. 'idting ili(. city, urcrordiall Invited to meet with lit. .1. li. IIONNOM), N. tl. t! T ItttVAN, See' . " Wf MAhtlNIO S.iv.iuiiih l.oi'.iri-, No. 71, A F. A A. !., mccts.liM ami third i ."s.iliu'l.iy 111 t-.ieli month, at 7 o'clock p.m. II lm l lii-r.i in good Handing mv fintcr- ii. n. until, . .n W.Juv, See' v. '.i.5 I 'N' t-'d.VNKl.lN I.IMIlil-., So. itVI, A. if-i OF . A . , iii-rti Hid s..ituid.iy ill SSr it'll ui'iiilli. ut III a. r. All liioilifiit in ti n uriiii n. ill in A. .11. . 1 1 ill i.iiit'm it 'm.it iliiiiilin - iil'i- li-nlei millf inviliil fn 1- I Ml r AlitlKX. Sco'c i . r, i iiuHr. l'liuinu (fiui-iitris m Dciilonj in Jmgs, Mcdiciii.es, J'aini.s, OiLw, Glass, Due-Shiffs, SrJwoi Books, MiscolUtn cons Books Blank Books, Si uii one J', WAU PAPEB, h i 1 1 i.i a," in in 1 1 . .-,... .... a Vic.lura Frames, Mirroi's, Mouldings, Wimlotv Shades, Pocket Knives, Shoulder B races, Jrusscs, Lamps, mlr. .flvn.fli'ii . ifiniisi Av CERTES, G'JlIWEJS1' SEEDS, etc., r i i Oi i l l.. .1 IMIVn. I'lltn IMUIl MIDI II t'VIIIIIUII UT (U;iiV, S:lVil M ill, H). TYRREL, OFFIN.SCA.N J5I-; II ADA J AjNY ti mo any or wjiht Mion ixortneast truer tii' I'ttb io tiuttrc, WWN'AII. . - - MISSOURI. OfJiibur 1. 1K7i mJ- curne insurance ance Company, Andrew County, will Insure Farm opiirty in Amlrisw County. Apply to siio'ritloi'V. nr local Ai'cnt :l tl 10I ll t iil each Oraiigo. U. II. TAIJJOT, rtesident. K. RitAYTON, Secretery. noiltf M. W. JOY, HEADSTONES, TABLETS, &o. . J am now iiriMninil to till orilirn lor uem- i iiutcrlal Work well anil promptly txccuj and on mo mom ruiaunuuiu ititva. Ordcr of Publication. Joel B.SchalTer, l'ltf., v.s. luukson Triiox, Rubctica Morris and Iter liusbatid, Jticliai'd Morris, 1 )cl'cliil:iut-. Now on tlii-i 20th day of January, 1S7JI. foines the iilaintifT in tlio tilinvu c.ntiilcil caip-c, .Joel H. Scliuffor, by John 15. Majors hwuttortwy.bt-l'oru tin ut'dcr sis'nci), C crk of the Uireu't Court of A iitlruw county, Mo., in vacation, and fi c'." his iH'titiou ti ml afiidavit, btatiup anions other tlrngs that thn above tiaiucd ilulundticts arc non-residents. It is heiL-lbre ordered by the Clerk aforcaid. in vntiation, that imlilic.it inn be made tiotilyiug said tlcfcnilatits that tin action has been nude aeaiiir-t tlu'tn, by peti tion and tittatdiuicnt in thcCireuit cuurt of Andrew county, Slate of Mi-soitri. founded on an an iiccou-it paid by plain tifl'on lands ot dcfcndatitn'. of forty-three doljarn mid ninety tents (84!),9(l); that their property is about to bo attached, :i lid unless they be and appear at the next term -if said court, to be hidden at the Court-house in savannah, within the county of Andrew, on the .'Id dav of Aintl, 18i(), and on or before the sixth day of said term, if the same shall so lone continue and if not, then before the end of said term, judgement will be rerdeied against tlu'tn and their proper ty sold to -atisly the same. It is further ordered that a copy hereof bo published in the Atidrew County Republican n cwspapor published in said county of Andrew, for four weeks sttceesivf;)y, (ho In-t insertim to be at least lour weeks befoie the commencement of the next term of said court. S. K.SbHLY, Clerk. Ry Aiskam Doiins. Dcpulv. STATK OF MISSOURI, - County of Andrew. j I.Sii,AS K. Skki.t, Clerk of thcCir euit court within and tor said coiintyiinil State, (!o heicby cerlily the above ami forcfroine lo be a true and ci niplete copy of the Order of Publication in ulie -a--c of Joel R. Snhalkr vs. Jackson Trucx, Rcbeeco Morris and Richard Morris, as th" siitne remains on file in my oflico. In testimony wherey, I hero j j in i-.-miiiiwii ni"ii.- , l iiriu ,-eal. J to ct my band atidailix my of- ( ' ficial sejil.at my olficit.in S.ivim- nah, .Mo..thi 1st d;iv of Fcbruarv 1S7G. SILAS H.SHHLY. Clerk By Aiiram Dnims, Deputy Clerk. Feb. 4; Hirr Order of Publication. Jacob CJ. S. Rinker, l'laintift", 1:1 vs. Robert S. Rinker. Defendant Nov on the 1st day of February,lfi7li comes the plaintiff. Jacob (I. S. Rinker, by bis attrtKy. Willi mi Ilerren. before the undersimied. Clerk of the Circuit court of Andrew county, in vacation, -mil files his petition, stating among other tilings that'thc above named defendant, Robert S. Rinker, is a non-resident of this State. It is therefore ordered by the Clerk nf'nrc.'iid, in vacation, that publication bo made notifying said de fcndaiit that an action has been com lncuccil ug.tinst him. by petition, in the Ciicuit court of Andr w county, the ob ject mid general uaatrc ol which is to procure the judgement of said court on a jiromisory note for the sum of two hun dred ti ltd forty-four dollars ($21!) ; imd to foreclose a mortgago given to secure the payment of said note, on the west half of the southwest quarter of suction 12. in township u'l, range lili, and for the order of said com t for tlio sale of said tract of laud or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satiety such judgement, and that unless ho be and appear at the next term of said court, to bo holden in the Court. hou- in Savannah, in the county of Andrew, ou the 3d day of April. 187(i, and on or before the third day of said term, if the term shall so huiff continue, and if not, then before the end of tho term, juiluement will ho rendered against Inm us prayed in plain tiff's petition, and said ital estate- told to satisfy tho same. It h further ordered that ii copy hereof be published in the Andrew County Republican, a newspa per published in said county, for four weeks successively, the last insertion to bo at least four weeks before the com mencement of the next term ol said court. S. K. SKKLY, Clerk. By AmiAM Dunns, Deputy. STATU OF MISSOURI, County of Andrew. T, Silas H. Skely, Clerk of tho Cir cuit court within and for haul county nuil State, do hereby certify the abovo and foregoing to bo a true and completo copy of the Order of Publication in tho cno of Jacob G, S. Riukcr vs. Robert S. Rinker, us fully as the sumo remains on file in mo office. In testimony whereof, I hcre j seal. to set my hand and affix my of I v ) ficial seal, ut my office, in Savan nah, Mo., this 1st d'iv of Fcbruary,1870. S. E. tfUISLY, Clerk, Aiiram Donns, Dept. Clerk. Fob. 4, '7G-nollJ-w4. Mortgage Sale. WilKtO'.AH. Johlt Rodolph Ott. by his curtain Mortgage Deed, with power of sale, dated Mni'jh ISfli. WIS, imd duly recorded in the Deed Record-sin the Hc corder's ollicc. in the County of Andrew, ti ml State ot Missouri, in Ihiok l!l, at l'atte", conveyed to Charles Deglow the following dcscribed Real lWutc, lyius. being, and situaled in the County of An drew, and State of Missouri, to-wit: The northwest ijirirtcr of the north pnt tpiarter of Section twenty-six. in Township fiftv-nine, of Rnnpo thirty-six, Also the ii irthwest hull' of the north- list quarle-of the northeast onarter of action twenty-sixi in l own-iiip liny nine of Range thirty-six: which said conveyance was made to secure the pay ment of a certain promissory note in said Mortgage Deed mentioned and described; And, whereas, i)ie said note and the interest thereon from the ISth day of March, 1S75, is now dun and unpaid. Now. thctcfore. by virtue of the power and authority in me vcted bysiiid Mort gage Deed and at the request of Henri etta Deglow. the lecal holder ol' said note. I, Ijeroy D. Carter. Sheriff of the County of Andrew, in the State of Mis souri, will, on MVS DAV, Till': SIXTH DAY OF MARCH, 1870. ut the Court Hou-e in the city of Savan nah, in said County of Andrcw.and State of Missouri, proceed to sell tho Real K tato above described to the hit best bid der for cash in hand, and apply the pro ceeds of such stile to the payment of said note and the interest thereon and for the purpo-e-' in said Mortgage Deed men tioned and et forth. liUliOY D. CARTUlt. SherifTof Andr-. w County, Jliiseouri. Jan. 28. '7li nolfi td". Mortgage Sale of Heal Es tate. WIIKRUAS. ZACIIARIAII T. Mo Duruian and Amanda MfDorimin, his wife, bv their certain Mortence Deed, re corded in Hook 27. tit I'nge 51 1. Records of Andrew County, dated May Twelfth. 1874. conveyed to the undersigned, the lollowing described Ileal l'jtate, situate in Andrew County. Missouri, to-wit: The southwest quarter of iho south east quaiter of Section lwenly-eight.(2S). in Township No. fifty-nine, (5!ty, ot Ranee No. thirt; -four. (;5l).0J.tainiriL forty acres, more or less whia .lidcon- vo:itipo wok matin tn si'iMiril trflt r'nvisi!!! of ii certain promissory note therein des cribed; And, whereas, it i provided in said Deed that in cum; ol default in the payment of said note, the undersigned might proceed to sell the R,eal Ktale therein described, at the Court House doyr in tho city ofSavunnah, first giving thirty day- notice of the time, terms, mid place of said sale, and the pioperty to be sold bv advertisement in soino newspa per published in the county, and State atoicsaid; And, whereas, default has been made in the payment ol silid tiote and interest, Now. therefore, by virtue of tlio power conferred ou me by the aforesaid Mortgage, and in pursuance of the terms thereof, I shall, on Tuesday, the '2'21 thnj of I'cbnmrtj, A. D, 1S7), ut the south' door ol tho Court Ilou-e in the city of Savannah, Andrew County. Missouri, proceed to soli the aforesaid Real Kstatc. at ptblio, auction and outcry to iho highest bidder, for cash in hand, for the purposes in said Mortgage Deed set forth. I'lllNKAS UDWARDS. Mortgagee. Ian. HI. ill mil 1 tils. Stray Notice.- Taken up by Leo Ciordnii, living; in Jell'uisnn 'roviislii), in Andrew County, Missouri, on tho L'.'ith day ol December, A. 1). lbT.O, it dark hay mare, nhotit lourleen vc.-irs old, lelt hiiid foot while Irom the ankle down, blind in tho lelt eye, a little white ou tho t.ose, ii small star in tho forehead, no other marks or brands perceivable. Appraised ut twenty-five dollars, by Green L. Gore and George (i Stuvuip-on. A true copy from my Strav Until.. JKSSIJ JOHN, J. P. For Nodawa' Township. Jan. 21, '70 nol 1 w4. Final Settlement. Notice i-t hereby iriven that tho under- siiuied. Ailininistiator of the Kstato ol Heiiiamiu II. Wood, deceased, will, at tlio 'March term of tho Probate Court of Andrew eoutitv. Mo., enmmenein"; on Monthly, '.'Oth'iluy of Murfh. 1870 make l'inal Settlement ot said estate ,1. S. F. WOOD, Administrator. Jan. 21. '70 w4 noI4". $100,OOOloasi o.v improved wit'jw. TN IOWA und MlsSUUKI, for a term of yenrf, i. t 10 PER CENT. INTEREST. Foi lull pi'Tuteit piirtit-ubii'H, uadivm oto. W. Fiivnk & DAiiuow, Jlaiikern, torulug, luwa, on W. W. CALDWUb Savannah, Kon Andrew Co.. il't Mortgage Sale of Ileal Es tate. wiikiikas oavid iitnt.v avi maiiy A. llinii- his n Hi-, liy llu-ir MoitBatrc Dccil with poKcr of i-al.- tlicri-in contained, Ih'iiHiik ilili-lli Ninth (Hilt,) djynf.luni'. A. I). H7.I, anil ii ciinli il In llu- Itci-onli r's Ollici-ol' Amlicw (.nlllil), in Hi,. st.iti. of MIbhoiii I, In (look i',, at PiiK'-aiS, ci nvi'jiil to in,, mi inslgncil Mullen jri'c, ct'ilain Itnil i;latc Ijlnc aii'l lid e i.luaH' In 'lie Coimi) of AihIii'W, in llicSiaic or.MIsuit ri, tiiiililcncrllii'd n I'iiIIiiWk. In-ull; 'IIk's.iiiUi liall ol the Miiithwct itmrtcr, and tin' aotilliui st iM liter of the wiiillinil ipMlU'r ol si i'lion lour, (4), ami tin- iiiirilicmt ijii uur ot llic iiorlln'a-t ipi.ul i of -icllon nine, Hlj, mxl lol six, (il), nt tln niinh ni liai'tioual ajii.ii tt-r ol ric.lloii I line, nil in dm n-lilp llllt -uliii', (.V.i) nl'r.iiiKi' ilihly-loiir, (:ll), conlainlii l(i:i iwivn Whliii mllil Mm Ik iKf UcnUun niiiic to mcillu tlir I'.iuth nt ol :n.'iTlulii null' Hi. ii in ili-x'illji d. And, wlicri ai, miM noli- liu- brri'tni- due ami Willi Hit- iiiliii'.-t llnrtini, n m lint tin -miil, Now, tliiTifori', nollcc Is litri'liy iivi-n that I, tin- iinilcrilifiii-il, MorlpiKft' shall In iicroiiliii with Ihc Ifiiiis am) il'n Mum nt ald Miirlt-'upi' Dn il prin'i'i il to n II tlic li'iil t'stalc tin l i in, a m1, i:li.if ih'-ci llu il at public Vrnillle to tin- hl;ln't lilihlir lor cadi at tin- (Joint Ilotiii' door In ill" cily orsauninah, Count) ol Amlifw, "tati'orMlMiuri, on TUi:SIA i', THE Will DA Y OFFKli UFA 11 V, A. I). 1870, In lHl 1 11 till- holllK ol'ti II o'clock In tin- liiri'miiin ami Hin t' o'clock Ii; tin- ul'ii nioou oI'miiiI iI.iv Io itlfly Ihc ilclii M-cuicii by nalil MoilK-iK llcid unit the eotU ol nalc. CIIAItl.lWM. I1AII.Y. MoitKiij,M'. W . W. tjAl.tiwKl.t., Att'y for Mm lit.icC' Ian II, '71'. iml.t till Stray jX'oice. Taken up by Jose)h R. Wliidbeo living-in Noihuvuy township, in Andrew County, Missouri, on the 1:1th day ol Dfceniher, A. 1). l7ii, oni! red heifer, two jears old las sprlmr, Im-h (,f the 'ail white, no other murks or lirands pereeiviilile, appraised at lil'teeti dollars liy John Dakin mid William Ailkins. A true copy front mv Strav Honk. JKSS")-: .101 IN, J. P. For Nodaway ToiVtiship. Jan. 7, '7G nol2 w l." Stray Notice. Taken up by David Rodkey. of 'laid' township. Andrew county, Missouri, on the first day of Deceml'ier, 187."i. one horse mule colt-ugi! ahoutsuven mouths, color black, with a lirown noe, si.e ni-ill, no lirauds or marks perceivttlile, tmpraiseil at twenty dollars liy I,. M. liiekey and JosiairNewhurn who were duly sworn by mo lor that purpose. Given under tnv hand this Kleventh day of December, 187o. S C. McGKORGK, Jiistiee nt" tho Peace. tian. 7, 70 nol:.' wl. Stray Notice. Taken mi liv (:!irilonln'i-Stoii'ler. Ilv. in;: in Nodaway township, in Andrew - iinty, Missnuii. on the lilth day of January. A. D. 1870. one dark red cow, with a star in her forehead and n crop nil' ol the left ear and a split, in tin: right. oraniieit on leu nip too nun to make out, while belly, both hind lers white uearlv up to the knees, mid Im-h of her ...ii ...i -. , . ... tan woue, seven or eiu'lit years oni, Ap praised at sixteen dollars by Win. II. ltnilL'ers. and Aibitn W'ii'teis. A trim copy fiom in v Strav Hook. JH. MAJORS, J. P., l or Noilaway Township. Jan. 28, 70 nolfl w-l. Final Settlement- Notice is hereby "riven that tho under- sioued. Ailininistr.itnr nl' tho INtatn of Kvnnder McAgee. deceased, will, at the March term of the Probate Court of An drew eoutitv, Missouri, commencing; on Monday, the -JOtlt day of March, 1870, make Final Settlement ol said estaie. II. 11. WATSON, Administrator. Jan. 28, 7(3 -noli Wi. A. D0ERSAM, Boot & Shoe Maker, And Ilrnler In ItF.tDY .IIAlli: lluoti and Miuo North sldu Public Siiuuv, flWANNAII, MO. Till-; unib'iniKned would ri-l net I nl ly inlorm the public, that be will nlwuva keep on hand n siiii lily ol Ihc II r.ST SI at Kin A I., which will be made up on short uolice, and in the blKhc-t style ol the int. Itipalrlnj: iicall) done and promptly allemled to, biitUlnctioii fu.iriinki.l and li vms rtiisoiiiilile. A. DOKUSAM. lebJOlv William Frodsham, Dealer in WATCHES CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, JEWELRY! RkI'AIRING nontly and promptly exrcuttsl. NoitU Bldr the biiuaic. B1VANNAII MQ C. WASSMER, Dealer in and manufacturer of FURNITURE And Metallic COFFJNS, Surth Siduthc Srjiutre, tiavunnaht (In the Hit it-story bvick.) pOFFINS OF ALL SIZKS K KPT J on band. I also keep cunttiititly on hand ft nwar iii.iullty ot the best quality of lumber to mute nii niticlc til'furniluit- iliblieil. (.ivemt it-all. I can not In- mult-Hold by uiij di-nli't wot -if tin- .Mlndiodppl. If3"llieii- cut nlwayi some one lie found day mil uiKhl ut my old lenl.b'iiri', ready In sill uof ,ilm rciiilii made to nil who vail. li o-lv O. WAISSIEfl JOHN L. SMITH. Jus. muLi.tsimuiKn. Hackberry Mills. Formerly known as the "Smith's Mill," situated about f) miles north ol Amazonia, anil six miles west of Savan nah. Having: been fitted up by the un dersigiied, they will do all kinds of Custom Grinding and Sawing, on short not ,cc. They will keep con stantly on hand, lor sale, fiSAll tit IkVVl They solicit the patrontnie of all their old customers. (T57Rei;ular days of grinding, Iriday and Saturday. SMIIH & SHELLENBEKG-ER. O CD c-r- O o O o ' M 1 s o tJ 2 Ui a CD E c t- g s s, c re o sr o r ' O e ft S 03 2 C C in O ta CD 1 gp 5 -3 C71 o o in O "T., P. & W." Route COMI'CSKll IIP TIIU Toledo, Peoria dt Warsaw Railway, Cincinnati, Lafayette & Chicago R.R. Indianapolis, Cinn, & Lafayette R.R. I.'IIIK IIIItKCT ItUI.'TK from BURLINOTON, KEOKUK, AND PEOulA LAFAYETTE INDIANAPOLIS CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE MEMPHIS COLL'MBUS NEWARK ZANESVILLE PITTSBURG WASHINTON BALTIMORE - PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK BOSTON CIIICAG0,DETR0IT, TOLtDO, CLEVELAND, BUFFALO, And to al l'ulnls in the EAST, SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST. 'I'heiitleutioii ol the tiavilIliK public Is culled to lli- lolloulu); elipeilor advantages offered by lllls ItHiile; tiirlvnl. il for Sprrd untl Safrlr! XJnrxirllcd In I Kiuliinrot! Miigiilfirrii' Truck I li-w stt'i-i Hall.'. Lntnnuut llftlllitus Chulr fur-! .11111 rl'lutlurml Writ lulloll.r Air Itruke! And in fact eeiy mudiin upj.! Innce which Is calrul.itid (o liicniiM-the c.iiolort uud tnlVly of riiseiii?iTS. MaKiuilceiit slcepliiK Cars ur run on night traiiii, splendid Hay l.oiichtu ou day trains to UilcuKo and t bisanl ItuiinuiK Chair Cam ou cw'iunir lnibis, to IMllA.AI'OLIs and CIN VI ATI witlivul liiimgr. Ily lliU roiiti- paeseiiKi-is wlllavoltl dflnyj and illii.-iKl'tiiible Omnibus traiinli-r through large cities, which inukfH il esptubdly tlebliuble tor old people ami llinee not accutumed to travel lug anil lor Ladles liawllng ulouu. GcntU'iuaii ly and rourlet'lis L'uiitluelois of this inlilv an- il uajs ready to iinllclpaie the wants ofpatsvngers. 'Ihroiijib Tickets can be obtained at the onlcei of all vonnicting ltoatls, llnggiige clieckol through, lie sure and ask for tlckela reading, via "T., 1'. & W." Uuute, Iruiiillurllugton, Keokuk or l'eoilu. A. I j. HOPKINS, Itrcrlvt", ) II. V. KIVNM:M, Geiirranrcorla, III, raisfugernnd Tit k.t Agent! ) I'm-lurilu-r Information In regard to Frtlght or I'iuM:ngcr llusluess, uddrt'ssi W. B. ORUMPTON, General Wostor Agor.t, IOWA. Feb. 4, '70-nol0-tf. ucaaih, l7J.-ly.