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The'' Andrew
Republican.
.ran.
IP. M. TAYLOK,
'dltor unil Proprietor.
ATTORNEYS.
J. A.
SANDEUS,
nev and uounseior at
Law,
r . . i ftt it fihitjiiiiiii.
fimpftover Kurnu-r'ii H.ink. 4 I
, hounnomiu. "loW nt 10 80llth 8ia0 Meat Market.
v AMI WIM.IAMM. AtltorniM nt. l.nw,
r. i. tt.. f iiiikk .it- r Sitviiiuitih Niiv-
.minimi, . " ... ..rl,,
istitiitioii. win iniiriicciii iuo v.m ii.j i
w unci uilJoinlnK ciuiitliii
i. nitVAN. attorney ut law. will iirattli-i-
"mull Hit" twirls .if Nortlivvwit
1 ntti'ntioii gum i"m isim " ;"',
roliuto conns. ... j-
. ..,,, nu MllrnnV.iit.lAW. Will
tiisuct all limlnes uiliuMni "
:s !! fli.v,",. , . . . ....
.iitf ntiti run-iuny. iiuil- t '
lip flairs, two itoorloItlic rost "i
mrnnniili, Mo.
BAKKUY, Ac.
ii. RtiRDltlCK. Ktiitlo liiUry.coiili-c.
!. i..riii.. inrnl.hiiil uii short notice, S7
.. "" i ;r..i uMt i. ilnnl 1111'
ttf I iiimvTiiv AuM hnr.r. ff 1 nill'llil
illr-llUIII 111 i IIIU'IMIU liruilll"m-i i'i
., ., .. . lt.,d..iii.rltiyiii4l
wttli tri-nli Milk ni rynviiiilH". A. M.ln.
.khi.i.. .uinrfii"" "i"""'" '"
SOCIKTIHS.
f ().(. K. s.ivuiiii.ill LmiIki, Nil.
1 It K ii munli. Mil . IllrlU IVrn
IIIKMjAY KVIlMSl., lit Did
Filluwn' llntl . .nurthratt . coinir
til. II.. s.m ii-p. All mi'lulii'l's unlit- null I
I"! st.lnillili.', hlllllg till! cliy, Ul f cumuli)'
" """"'""Tu. IIOS.NOI.il, s..
I'. lliiYAS, Sfc'y. '-""
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VI v. .v a. M . ini'cii tiny thin
ITs u.iiii.iv llt..;irll Inmlth.ltl 7 o'clutkll III
l UlliiMlliiritllliriiul liunllliK'Hi- fl.ttw
"""'"""'.Wl. 1.ANFOU...W.M.
W. Joy, Sic'v.
I K i.l MV I.I A I .1 1 1 1 H i .M, -., .
H Or. A. A. M.. Illi-i-HIlM s.itiml..y I"
RjijiiilHIainlliiiiri' irniiTiully Imii'-il tt
in. .liii. I,. III. N.M.I I, w. .n
I" .Mi.Taiiiikv. fti-u'v.
VA.VNsll Kin A I. AltCII I II M'll.l!. Nn
I l... lu hi i. .'iil-i ! I ..tiiliir.itii.il ml I ill" di C-
ll lllir.il.1,. nf IMiIllllillllll, lit 7 ! M, llll'l OH
ii I lnir-il.iy ut in a M. Ail i miiiniiiiiiii
Ari'liM.uoiHiirtliiulul iniimi Mini hi.
W. S. WfcLI.4, II I
llll.VMDV, Sic'y. Ilulo
Cooiirri
'lliuiiuiB (Iri'culre.
oier & Orccnlcc,
Dealers in
ugs, Medicines,
'aints, Oils,
Glass, Dye-Stuffs,
School Books,
Miscellaneous Boohs
Blank Books,
Stationery
WALL PAPEB,
aiding Paper,
Picture Frames,
Mirrors, Mouldings,
Window Shades,
Pocket Knives,
Shoulder Braces,
Trusses, Lamps,
diet Articles, JVotions, c
VOICE FAMILY GJiO
CERIES,
yJLLLUiUJ oMiJltUo, o'C,
Brick Drug Store, (lately occupied by
tl, Doummjsoutu siuo oi tnc puuuo
ire, Savannah, Mo
Iprillli 1875 Cm.
A. DOEKSAM,
Boot & Shoe
Maker,
Ami Dealer In IIUADY-
.NIADE noott and Short
Nuilli slilu l'ubllc Siinnrc,
SAVAXNAII, MO,
mllK llililiriiLFn(il wnlllil
J. rfNlii'CllllUv lllloitll tile
lliMll.il ne will aiwuy k.i'ii on muni u.ui
Hi I 111. It RH T M A TKItl AL . Wllil'll Will I
Ic liii on frhorl notli'i', ami In the higlubt
e or tho an. HiiLiinni? iHMiiy done umi
nnlly iilti'inliil to. batlbtnellnii eiiiiiunteeil
lel'lliiri'.llonubll.'. A. ilUt:i.AM.
liillV
WASSMER,
Vtaltr in and manufacturer of
FURNITURE
id Metallic COFFINS,
orth Sitlcthc Square, Savannah,
(In Ihe tlncc-slory InlcV )
OFPINS OP ALL S150P.S KP.PT
nuliiiii'l, 1 uUnUeiicounluiiUy nn luunl u
-e uu.iiitltv I tn-1 ust quality of lunilierto
.eanvaitieleni ruinlliiri' ilmlrul. liiveme
tl. le.inuot he uniUiKoliI Ly :ui) ili'tilei
I ofllleMlsiI-eiil'lil.
J" I here e.m always nomeonehefounililiy
ulcht al my ohl resUcnee, lernly to eill iof
ienv Miiutf nmu iiw tun.
i-lv
C.WASSMEIl
,M A I, , m
1 liii 1 illlt Villi MM IJ IK Will AM I
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
IUTAKW I'UIJIjMJ,
.ol-ntv nuii.nisa, savannah, mo
ll,is a coincide
Abstract of Title
'o all Lands in Andrew
County.
1 ninlnesj ncllalnlnz to IIUAI. KSTATI1
ironiitly ntleixleil to. Tae pahl,
uiiil Title l-irfecleil.
loncy Loans Negotiated.
NOW FOU HALE l
joch trift, WOO grap vlnea, li acrt t bli
ass pasture, i rice mm icrini rvtwuiiuuic,
No.4. A small larin of U aereyi, all midcr
ir. a.1 ae.res In cultivation, two loir houses.
nl will, 7.1 annlo trees, anil u variety of other
ult, W miles N.K. of SI, Joscpb, l'nce 900.00.
So. fin. A small farm of SO acres. 6 acres l
Jlititlon, balance geoil timber, Iwoboutea and
sble. l.iUiral Unas.
yn.17!). Aerv choice farm of 100 acres. In
innlrel'ralrle, antllS acres of limber, all on
r I Hire, wllh a kooiI iioure anil out-bullUlnti.
'o.tMjieracre, unreiuunuuie terms.
WILLIAM OHALLACOMBB,
llrtl Estate Agent, Savannah, Mo.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Cotno nnd hear tho Klmbal Orgnn.
Tlio purest Confcellonnrlcs In town
Is al the Sine.
n . ,,ntA 1.1,1-,, w,liu nml Int
There will bo no services nt tho
I. S. I
ivnicopni unurcii next wcck, owiiig
.. . ,.. .... l. f
to tho nbcnco of Mr. Bennett.
Sab-
bath School ns usual.
Sixth Street M. 10. Stinila' School
every Siindny nt hnlf-imst 2 o'clock
James U. Itogeri, bon of Dr. l.o,'.
cr, of Aino.onhi, U now nsslslnnt
aenl nml opuralur nt Corning', Iloli
county.
Moro nrclty Calicoes nt Stiles &
Hnnlv's, than you over saw, and loU
of other pretty' goods, at low prices
Wo notice that Mr. llohert Klllolt
Is Imllillnjr a now plcUei fonco around
I 1.1 . I !...! I... M.. I '
HIS IIUII v. IIUW ljllllllll.ll II .11 1 . J
Stevenson, which ndd great ly to the
apiiearaneo of the properly.
The laigct nml hen assortment of
Pnnry Caiulie.i in iowii Ii :u the Siar.
triidi-iiiualile.
Kuguuc Cook, Into of Snvantuili,
has ai ceplcd a po-il ion with MeM'.
Hull S: Martludalu, real e-tale agent-.
nf St.dotoph, lie U a roiupuluiil ami
upright young man. Surry, lo them.
Mr. .Slum, nf III iv, M i., ulu lin bii n
nil II Villi til llrr iljiuhlrr M I'I . I' M . 'I'll Inl , of
Hi1-iiluiM', for four or live uiki lu-t, m.iitnl
lot l.tiniu on Mniiil i last.
9
I.nrgo ttock of Ladies' Iloilcry, anil
I'lnw Shoes nml ninccnsiiiK, for sale
cheap, at J. Ii. ItCSKMS.
Dr. D. A. Splrcr. of Kin
-
: City,
county
(ientry i ntiuly, paid Andrew
a short viilt la-t week, and diopped
in ami siib-cribeil for ihe K 1:1 u it 1.1
can a year The Doctor was former
ly a resident of Plag Springs. Ho re
ports fair t!nie-i lu lieutry, tho farm
ers now havini; good weather anil
hard at work.
A full lino of I.adiei' and flout--
Trunks and Valises, at J. J. MillerV,
Cast Side Square.
Wo learn that thu Missouri river is
about to uiillo with tho Modawaj
river, at Koilaway Station, in this
county. The banks of the Ml'soyl
at Unit place have been raving in very
fust thi uprliig, ul rend v about n htin-
kjred yards having fallen in, and there
Is now only a space of about Unrly
yards between tho two rivers.
S. P. Wright is now selling 11 lbs
Choico Colfeo for Ono Dollar, ami
twelve pounds good New Orleans Su
gar for One Dollar.
Stiles & Hardy nrc receiving their
new goods. They arc beauties. Go
and sco them.
A man nanieu .lames Callow wn
cleaning out n well in Huh on ihe 5l Ii
tnst. Asa bucket oi mint wa ucin;
wound up, the rope broke, and It fell
a illstunio oi :)5 feel on tils licail
erilihlng his skull so badlv, thai his
recovery is very doubtful.
Cooper & Greenlee, will sell you five
quires of Note Paper tor 50 cents; En
velopcs. 5 cents a bunch and upwards
Ink, fl cents a bottlo ami upwards. Kino
Writing Paper n speciality. -17tf
Mr. V. G. Fairoi, of this county
and (J. A. Bernard, of Savannah, led
on Tuo'day inoruing last for South
western Colorado. Uheyiirst fro to
Denver, and then soino I lu ce hull
drcd inile to tho southwest. TIipv
go t here wit li the view of prospecting
tho country, hoping lo liud prolltablo
employment of some Mud. They
were very worthy citizens ofAndi-cw,
and wo wish them abundant success.
Mr
I'M. BlISscll, Of Savannah, son of
K. Knsscll, our worthy Mayor, goes
with them as fur ns Denver. Ho in
tends going Into the stock business,
intending lo keep n sheep ranche.
Wo arc glad to say that tho now
Couleri binary on ihe Sou lieaci ror-
ncr of I'uliIIc Square, is giving entire
siillsfiirllon ill lil'li-ns ns uell .ts In
quality of goods
. "vf wati:hmak & s.iaw. h.ue
wlildi thoy will cll at scvcnty-Jlvc ilol
Mr. W. 11. Moran, late of Hits conn.
ty, but now a resident of tho north
ern part of DeKalb county, was in
our olllco n while on Saturday Inst.
Ho Is well pleased with his new loca
tion. Tho fanners over thcro have
had more plowing wcnlhcr llisu lu
Andrew, nml their spring work is in
n very forward state, bidding fair,
should nothing contrary appear, to
have abundant harvests lu tho fall.
Tho chlnchbtigs, howover, have up-
luiui-u in mm section in iiiimonse
numbers, nnd many of Hie farm
ers havo fcara they may lako the
small grain.
rrcachlngnt tho Sixth StrcetM.E.
Church ovcrv Sabbath inoriitiiir nt 11
v
I o'clock; 111 tllO OVCIllllg at lialf-paVt 0
o'clock.
Ecruo laces, tloB, scarfs, and the
handsomest lino of handkerchiefs
over saw, nro nt Stiles & Unrdy'a.
Foil chofco meats of all kinds, go to
Hownrrt'8 meat market, south sldo
'8'junro,
Corrcii.nitiiit mint nlgn their jiropcr nmncs
to thvlr coniiminlt-iitliins.
Go and eco the new Organs nt Wll-
kelson's dr;i(r stoic.
A dcwociiilie county Convention Is
called lo meet at tho eourl-houso In
this place on Saturday next, to select
delegates to nt torn! n Stalo Conven
tion that meets In .tetlerstiii City on
the 31st Inst., lo select delegates to
attend tho Democratic National Con
vention that meets In St. I.ouis, Juno
27lh.
There arc eighty l.iuds ofCaniltcsIn
slock at Ihu Star Coiifccllonary.
Tho Savannah Cornet Hand irrclv
cd their now iusti umcnls on Satur
day last, nnd Saturday evening about
ten o'clock, were out on tho streets
Irving them. They nro well pleased
withtlicm. They nro now prepared
to furnish all kinds of music for tho
public. Tho riti.pns of Andrew
should remember this nnd not send
lo oi her points formulr, but encour
ngo home enterprise.
Cliarle-i P. itimlier, our county at
to.'iiey, started for tho Centennial
'xhlbltlou yeitnrdiiy. lie will ex-
tend his trip lo New York, to pay a
vi-it to h! p:iroiits who live in that
Stale. Ho will bo ali'dit about tlireo
months.
Go to J. U. ltus-ell's for your La
dies' Hals and Dress Goods, for he
has a splendid lot of them, and that
too, at the chcape-t rale5.
Mr. P. T. Harvey has opened a now
confectionery on Ihe southeast corner
of ihesqtiani.ln the old stand former
ly occupied by Wm. Jenkins. I!c
has thoroughly relit ted and (Keil up
cvcrvthlngln the best stjle. P.very-
lhlii''Ii fresh and now. Por further
particulars see advertisement. Don't
forget tho place, Mg!i of I ho tiar,
southeast corner square.
.Tohn J. Miller is constantly receiv
ing Men nnd Boys Clothing, and
Gents' Puriilshiug Good-, consliting
of Coat, Pant?, Vest, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Shirts, ftc, nt Bottom
Piticns. Call and sco for jotirscUcs.
Past side of Public Square.
Up to His Promise.
Sheilrick is on baud with Ice-cream
Lemonade and Soda-tvator.
On Thursday nlghl lat, two prls-
oner-i ccipcil iroiu alirriii unies, oi
Buchanan county, whilo on their way
tn the penitentiary. The train wn
about six miles this sido of Kansas
City, and going slowly at Iho time,
and tho prisoners, taking advantage
of tho temporary absence of tho slier-
id', Jumped from tho cars, and made
good their escape.
If you have got a pTctty baby, go
to Stiles & Hardy's for something to
inakn It a pretlv cloak, by all means.
We did.
Tun teachers of Atchison county
nro agitating tho project of establish
ing n Normal Institute in that county
nmong themselves during the vaca
tion month. A good move.
Splendid Organs at L. G. Wllkcrsou's
We ore plinl to note tint Mr sheilrlek'a Utile
boy, Willie, 6W yeiirs oM ivIioIlim been felek fur
three or four weeks ltli Typhoiil leter, itn-1
ho for awhile wai not i xinetcil to live, is now
rccoviiiUK,
PUDIiIO MEETING.
A preliminary nn tllnit to nuke arrangement!
lor duly oiuen Ins DIXOII.VI ION DAY, Mill
lie hiM nt the court home on MONIIAYN1UUT
next Oome one. come all!
An niljourneil term of the Ainliew Cireult
Court win lo lune ionium in1' tl in liii t'l'we on
Mmiil.iy, lint ow lnj to tile iLiiii lulls illne-s ot
llieoM(t il,inP'!iter ol liul,;.- K. llley, Ivll.i,
lU'iil iiliout liilre year.-, Ilie term was popim.
eil unlil ' She Mill linsirs lu a
riiiie.il 1-oinlition, iier re.vnuy luin n.r
iloubiiul. Mieisiilllletcil Willi lira in IVur.
Slwimi Mtt iiixm Hie Queen of all Pi.wln-
Mai hine nt tlie Tins i:iio'ltiu w.is the i;ius
, "owe, lieliu Ilie only one nw.mlnl ln ju-iini
umi. sa. a.Uiilisimetit in this i.i) er.
Mrs. I'r ml, i i nlan 1 Jlis .1 . !. llmsill, of a
rai'.uah, are ho:li M)-y slrk al r-reieitt.
A nijiieil horse thiefwns arre.-Inl In St
.Ioe.li on luesiiay iii-ht list- lie el litnerl to
Imveleit savaniuh, the iliy bifore. 1 lie nuinul
Isiteserlheil us follows:
Is a jionymtre ahoutseven years nM, "el.iy
bank" In color, anil bis a knot on the in.lilu of
U It kuee. Whos lotbiieli up till way?
Tliepi-rfoi ni nn e ortbe llr.inullr i lull at II n
ily'a II ill on lliuivl.iy eiiltig but, eln-1'.eil il
ei'lcil .unl leiiiiti.l m.iiill"El.itiini of ai iii.iu-e
liom Ilie iiuiiienee. s,,:,,ni ,i, iul4 a, mil,-,, ,iuun.
lalenl as ,iuy toMn in Noi iliwist Misno'i.i, un.l
ivirj refloiiiiatneof llieelubei,,iiei ihtb.
The til.il of Col. A. O. Dawcl. foe complicity
In tucSt. Jo,eii!i whisky iluj, w.i ruuelmleil
ilimue Ilie k'1 uiek atJelTi ron t Ity, unit it
sulliil In hlsai'iiuill.il. 'litis Is III-' li.'-l n-Line
iitnneciitilu.il. (In bis leliiiii lo SI. .Iiisepli In,
many lileinls showeil Ihelr fr.illil.Mtlo.i nt tin
lemli bya ino-l lie.iily reception. 'Ihe lrl.il ol
Cli.irle II. Will.cisuii Ins been eoniiiuit.i fui ihe
l-ni.
Lot tor From Amazonin.
All tzoMA, May 1 Vli, 1970.
Bummer clolhlnx is In denuml.
Mr. ScuUivlu leuiiteil bis stock of Kro-
cerlca ono iloor soulli of hlsol.l staieli ami Is
now tle.illnif both In ilry gooils anil Kroceries,
I'astliruml Master Ii. T. Minturii ami I' G
II. 11, Sllnson, lemo tills morning on Ilie 10:3.1
tv.ilil, to alleuilllio Li rami Lo.lge, ot 1. O. O. 1
at 81. Louis.
The I. O, 0. T. Il ttraitily Increasing, ami I
now in a nourishing oonillllon,
Thirteen converts of the lipUcopul Church,
were confirmed yesterday, by lllshop Robiiuou
of St, Joseph. A.
X770 1070.
CENTENNIAL COFFEE PARTYI
CHANG.. OK TIMK.
UoWr tho u3Dlclc uf the Lnllcs of tho Vrt
bytrrUn Church, at llatxly' Hall, Thurtituy
KreniuaMajr Wth, 1670. AdmUtlon 0oU.
Ifyou want good time, come, rut, iuu) iy
for It, ui thry tli4 a UiiMauU ycartt ugo I I
SAVANNAH, MO., THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1876.
s
THESIS
Tho bet placo to purchase your Con
fectioiiarii;, ns It lias the purest ami best
llial could bo had In tho ctly, nil fresh
ami new.
In Cigars and Tobacco they havo al
l cady recommended themselves. Ill or
der to aseoi lain these t.irK call hi per
sonally and learn lor yourself.
SIGN OF TI-IK STAR,
Soiltlicnsl Corner Piildie Sqii.iic,
SAVANNAH, MIOUKI.
in.i
Pariners from nil sections of tho
county, report crops lu a fnvorablo
condition, and say thai with no bad
luck will havo the largest crops that
has been known in Andrew couiilv
for venrs. This Is "rood, for tho citi
zens of Andrew havo sutl'erciTn gooi?
deal for several years pa-t with grass
hoppers and oilier iu-ccl-i, drouth,
ctr. The weal her has al last become
suitable, and our county Ihi week is
one va-d Industrial hive ofbuy fann
ers. 1 lev aro ilolii'' incir uesi to
make up for lost time, and wo think
nn unusually largo crop will bo
planted.
Mm. Mi-holm Klit!' , Mho hit uii inery sick
fur i-onie lime i.i'l, Willi aliein-ilc IIiii'Iii.iIIoiih
Inr In tur .mil oie in in r nimlili'in, we now
Miy liiut.li tiv.nl to -Lite, Hint" Hunt u lilil'e
on ve.li nl.iv, .ui'l l!ie in . -.ijioits tc'iri an m-
tlltjliuil ai to her leemeiy.
iho'c lino Bananas at Shcdrick's.
Atlan Mnp of Androw County.
Mrssrs. Pdwards Brothers, a"--s(ed
bv nn able corps pmpo-c to get up
an Alias Map of Andrew county, lu n
verv i-onudute Mlo. 'llus is tin en
terprise that sliotlld bo encouraged
and patronized by our citl.eii, for it
1 eceediii''lv raie th.it the opporlti
titt v !! liiviniitcil lo aid in a work of
this character. We have ceen their
Atlas Map of St. Clair county, simi
lar to tho one they propose to gel up
for Andrew county. It ! a splendid
specimen of surveying, engi.tceilug,
ami mechanical workmanship. We
hopo our citizens will stib-cribo suf
ficiently to make thu enleipri-o a suc
cess. Sco th' ir local in another place.
Koturn or Thnnk3.
Therm niWi of the Mi.innn!i U.unl, iteln i i
incti tin Ii- tlnevie llialil.4 t'i thci .lii ll-ol
runniili, fur lliiir Miy i iiiruin um; iiii.'i.n -.m-rrIiition,
liy "lii. li lin y were in ibli il to i m-eli.i-c
;i new btl ol' itj-ti uiiu i.l-.
1!. A MUllllls, l-n-l.tent.
U. W. Wm.N, Sieiet.iiy.
Stop ill at liio Star and sec the lin
es! display of I'aney Candies ever
epi in savannah.
Sflfo Robbed nt J. B. Ruasoll's
Store, but wo arc telling goods no
cheap, and have such a block ol nico
oods, the rubbers did not take any
thing awav. and went oil' to tell about
them ! Call and 6ee for yourself.
Orand Gentcnninl Exhibition.
There will ho a grand centennial
exhibition given bv the young folks
of Pleasant Prairie, at ihe High Prai
rie Church, on Saturday evening,
Mav27lh. It mav not c.vcel the cen
tennial exhibition held nt Philadel
phia, yet there is a good time expect
ed. Tho exercises will bo condinied
by P. C. Mnttcsou. The public lire
invited.
Fourth of July Mooting.
A meetlngof .ill Ihe rltUtii' patriotic, n'K.inl-
lessot'p.irty, Is l.i-n by e .!li I to nu-tt at Ihe
I'm. it Il'iti.e on s.iiu.-.lij alte.-unon, JI it 27111, 2
p In., to iili;U3Ul.ile liu inotiniint lor tile cvli
Ijuitluii o! ni': 1'ouuli of .In')-.
MAN V CltiXN-S
County Grange Organised.
Sava.vn.ui, May 15, '70.
Masters nnd Past Masters met nt
the Grauo Hall, in Savannah, for the
purpose of organizing u county
Grange undor dispensation. liro.
Xewton Mini wits callctt to the chair,
anil liro. J. L. Dennett was chosen
secret nrv. Tlio following nlliccrs
were balloted on and duly elected for
the ensuing year, .lohu MeDaniel,
Master; 1!. 11. Talbott, overseer; O.
II, Sanders, lecturer; Jesso Wright,
eltaplalu; J L Ueunelt, eccrctary; Jno
liaukin, treasurer; V. W. Douglass,
Stewart; C. C. Gee,nssistaiit Stewart;
.Iiilliis Schnltzlus, gito keeper; Mrs.
Itebccca llrayton, Ceres; Mrs. Sarah
Carter, Plora; Mrs. Jsowioii lllrd,
Pomona; Mrs. Mary Minion, lady as
sistant stownrt. llios. L. 1). Carter,
P. llrayton nnd J. L. Dennett, wcro
appointed to draft by-laws lo govern
said Grange.
Ordered that the proceedings of
(his meeting ho published lu iho An
drew county papers.
Mooting adjourned to meet on Tues
day after the third Monday in June.
N. MUD, Chairman.
J. L. IlENNKT'r, Secretary.
Booohor Makes a Good Hit.
uf tho Atlaiitle of uelnii a man Willi ir.icli uf this
pi-tst-nreof nitntl) um. Miiere other sueakeis
woulil bo put out nolonlr to pre'err his com
posure, but to seixl an iiilerr.ipllon I v-culllnir
with tenroM foiee uinin ihemr.n who nukes It. I
Klve the following luclilent li.st iiilliearil It tol.l.
On one. occasion, lu the iiiltlst ol an Impassioned
speech, some one to whom Mr. lleecher's lews
were tllstati fill allemi'letl (o Interrupt Ulm (at
has been iloue with others) by sinMeuIr crowluic
llkcncock. rl)ieerW'iSiloueto pstu-cllou u
niiniherof peoiileluiipl.etl In spltooflhcinst'lves,
and Ilcecher'a Irlentls lelt that In a moment tho
whole iOVcti of the meetins. nutl of needier1
thrllllujraniteal, mlirlit eollspiie. Ueecher, how
ever, was fully equal to Ihe occasion. Ho stop,
petl, listened till flit clawing ce.tsed, and then
with a look iifsurprisa pulled out tits watch.
Mornlnrali-eadjrl" hctald, "My watch Is
only at 10. Hut theiult no mistake about It, Tun
Instincts of the lower rulnials alo infallible,"
There was a roar of lauirhler, the lower aulraal
In tli cilery tMillapscd, and lieechtr was Mc
lo relume as iriiollilnj; lud occurred,
ELEPHANT SHOE STORE !
SPRING CAMPAIGN
OPENED !
AN IMMENSE STOCK find
LOW PHICES!
Ladles' Kid or Pebble Goat Polish,
$.2 00.
Ladles' Kid or Pcbblo Goat Sido
Laic, $2.40.
Tho bcsl 81.00 Gallcr In tho city.
Ladles' Kid Slippers 90 ets per pair.
Mens' Pino Calf Boots 82.7S.
A.'ifl3fftrfiillstocl:plow shcoat$1.25
Prlino full stock Brogans nt S1.25.
Misses Grained Poles, 11-2, $1.00.
Ladies' Grained Poles, 3-7, .$1.20.
My slock Is by far tho largest in tho
city, and Vfo guarantee belter goods
for Ie-3 money than can be produced
cNcwhcre in tho market.
Koinonibor tho Tlaoo,
GEO. W. MARLOW,
317 roltxStroct,
nSlit.l ST. JOSEPH, MO.
County Court ProcoecUnga May,
1870.
The Au'lrew County louitmct In tliU Dl.tccon
M.iii't.iy I ut. timl laid a two ihj's.:fiiuu. All
iii'-mt'i n (rt.jnt.
I NT.ij'ii in3kieclllcmcittasKon'10virpecr.
ll.il met' tint linn ir;0,-u.
O.Mc."ih,t$U'hLui'itiOK.r.ti'l lo buiM ft
b. i' i'r.m (j.iiyon CVvrk.
iJllt imo.i ;t)i,tuiui t pocl.tl cjnuiihiolicr
on bi ..'! limyiruii t.riA
Oi'bnilih.t&lbObi- yfM'riaU-il to bulM a
hi .,; n- ..r'l iiiuu:i Culvit
.1 V lJtoo'.jiiiiakfiMetllfiiJiiU with ii'lvn iu'
t'i tuwU (.ii lundi lor Uit-ofjioor i'.inn Wji-i"-t,i"l
t' hurt f'ir iul,W. .nun it uliJl't
liy l.imt .il- ;..iant f'r ir mm m-s,
Ilt-Duit o.i br. tv on II jby.i Ctk rictivcJ,
umloiili ii l m Hit..
AiVvUitt J.uni'j s lffiiiU'r-oti( Trtiurt'i State
r.muiltr Atjlutu ir"4fiit'"l, tf- 'sljulluwtil, War
Kin i i.i, on i'aupiT Fuuil,
Oirnl tint tht'CUiU be tiutvuctcd tn certify
to the Mau- Uttflittr or L'imlf , to i-tiu pittnl on
N V, a W, .Stc 10. 1 11$ JI,tu W It -luluni.U.
Wm timicrly innUcj i UU mint a mail qwi
Bii-I'l ll.l'lUH'f llllC 111 ill sli,(.
Wn. IV '.i., M"il t'litlffu runimtviijiitr,
ni i'm m ii n i t : nl.i' i'l nn liU
1:
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I ui. I . -.in, luisttc of JciTufcon
t , .ii nn i t liltil.
j.s i- . i' i. i sit,. pmiKi' fun'l.bui-
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''iitr .il ni ii e7,(f, (i tl'm inr Ilt.i
l: nl ol 11, in v .irullli-, lll.ui
til...- i II i vli. I ' .! 111. -1
It'll. tie Mulll'oc
I! ' .1.1.11 II ll .:v.. II, 'I i II li'e
tou il-lii.t, iilitttuVrii uei i. int.
W.il.lli.'lo:i
-i.n.niii .sii'irii j-i. tiling iouip:.uy neeyuui
!slk nil tut- prlulli a, uilo-il. eoilul lui.il.
r .i i.iuur.tuuunt ,i,oi liriuiliu, ailoiveil,
.ii i j ii
ilo.i.lllil Iliis ill. Tiustec cilaway town-hli
Rinii i m.ii li'i I.
li.iiiu r .u ii i ii iiii3ite nuiioit tonn:liili,
npi'.iiteit u ' it, 1. 1.
ii -iei unlit i ui ki 1 m nn nteiit, ro ii overactr,
IMl Lt Nuii l,.itain'e line lillll 17.UI.
11 1. s.,, B, n iieeuuu: suinh li a t-t3,,0, all jwlu
.I till i- lieu no .'iiiiuiy jirio.
II C Aulilf ;i -i-.tunl of telJ.jO. an inj col lilac-
itl2l.''i eon woni in Mooil hou.e, altuAeilin.il,
HUH llblllll IHUIlll fllliil.
11.. i . i. hi .ii i .itititiiKicul stiticed Slr,..iU: al
lOUtll. O.I !l lllllil.
ttuil'.t .i... Mitt iul Iiri.t'.'e eonmu luiir. al
loWeil S',,00, llli.i,!' luml.
Ju in Aii.li'..iii eon. il.uork on In lil.ro It, e..
Unit , Ml, I 'i.tt t'll, t.l, 1. 1 111 on Utilise flllel
i in o M'rt um in ius mi lelnelil us lo.ul o er
sttr IJvi 1 1 u !. o.ii itn.t- tl tic Ii m-sii.fc.
i. i-n i: .i j-i!.. .ii .
i tlmp lueuee riULt; it uinilJll.
IV 4111. 1, t:
lljult 1 l.'t an tn..i.es Hellltinent as ro ul over-
sei-l hjl.iueu line l.jl..et H,6U, to be llinml
ottr to Ins u, ii ,-ur.
ui-iiei-ni Hi ii an :iiiiircnii.itionoi si.V be r.in.
ti-il lo bUlhl b,lilc ui.riis lliakl' Cvei.k uear U
1 .'IV.
Diilereil Itist Julin Ilsnkin beanliolnleil nt el.il
lit nl-'e eoniuiissitiiit r on liritlire aei'o.4 1'itll.ir
rreek, witli In-i mcilons to Kt out the noik to
he IiimcbI tl i.l
tin en il l i..l .ill.ice i:nv.tlt ami u Ctrnenter
ut m'iii iu uh pnur i.niii.
li tli'itil , .in- pi, soul of A Schuster be
iti'-u til r.u ill.t.l.
(fit it. h i. nit nerson.il t.ivor UfurirQ I.ani'
btulitbe i, il ct.loo.
at'tno.ii III ..!,. Lu.,, li r.i.-nltlitl ti.iuntr.slO.
all.iMetl. win ran oi nauiH-r liuil.
t.ius itui lliJkesMi.Hlllelii at itnul oclleir
uis.ittt o4. luuitee title In ni .!,,; I.
iiiwieWl' Uiiil .illo..til'f:;..n. itiOI.u pro-
iid it iu him I-,, uarijiituii lutiiier luml.
(, l. in.'i.i.il in .L,iu 1.1, .11.-1,1 il. lo.ul filer.
seer Di-ll.ei No III li.iljnie line I.l 111 $27, Nj.
COUUUlUullilltil lo Intel I0-!li'iri'U17.
JLIIi.V. MAV lt).
W n Allen iillovi.ls:7.riH fur i.l.il linrr lotvn
Slims. 1 lit milt rfitmtv Itliul.
1 liui. kelli.u Ur lilt t iu-t Treasurtr's reeeipt
foi n-loo. on it i' mi-lit ot it-liu.il boiiil of M II
lit atoll ainl siiii.i.iuirs his boiul and iuoi.j.ige in
the sum uf i.
tiiileit-tt Hen It I.iv be iiilotvt il tn siiiislitutp
tl 1 Hllllll lltr ?l't. HI llt'll Ul I'll llll't IIUIIU 111 Tsfl"
nml :tto be i.la.'ttl to cmlit ol boml ol s nil'
ll.i.liii.ii.
i.niii lto.iii.tnunikcssttlleineiit, ro.nl ovtrster
uiiu e:t .o iii;.t,ii'e uiuiimM.-,ti.
NKii-ll..,. 'l,..i,iisi. in .Li,t fli'ltlemeut
T. e.iEUl't'.-i b.iljui-e in liie lli-.i-ui-.v .!.!. ssl.ol
llule etl tiial tleo Fleteh ill be iilloiietl tlD.OO
OJ palljier .llnil, ket im. lu.l.ui'.
reuool o tu.l oro.H 1 e It-Jll .It'Pl'OVi II.
liu tiniii-ijiirialiuii to luii'l brulMv, 61 ki,i
. ,-,11'IM, lltllll IKI.III .(I'MUIIIII IU1I ,11,11,', t,i
I..11.
O 'eiTtl ili.it ri'.,nl rieVun U- nnini.iud
i-lit'i'u.i ui ll.e1-olnlnl'.llllt in Itiue .ieneiti,i i t
Mel ill-) I .Iwe. Ii i..tl uf bri.l ;t ll.'i Ite., tiblik.
lu ni'J1, lin tn;-,liii kaiiillioinsiiilOini ties Mule.
t, iteriti in. i la.i.sii 1..111111 i s h.i t. i in.jer lor
I li itiei.,1 .iiemenl iireseulttl to I on. I
ile ul io be .ublllii.l contract to bo let to the
lov.i-l u..lil.-r.
llitli iei :li .1 lhiLleik be Instincttsl to mnVe
inn tn i n mil lo.ul leties no ivneenit.. town
i-li p., tie.-ii'tnn to ccitlilcaiesol lloaul ul Iti-
lielu.s p.iW on 1.14.
ci iiii i uf I, li ilinUe, co:!in for pauper $o,00
ituuivt'ii, mint i num.
Aei uiiu, 1. lliuyton, poitise, express elurices,
Sj.iki, . 'iitr, tleiiunly iiunl.
O in .-. il m. i Kenpin of t'onib'nal on Alias
or A.w e 1-011,1, v, betiikeiirronilltlivattlillios.
t'i lrl,.l. .1, lit stlO.OO e.ll'h.
Wll A", i pit enitsu tmeul ofi.ies erronc
out.lv leiii' -"'tl lei iniiiei.t , mnounii";: to i!!,.
7ii. tvn i amount he mi us uit-r to ti-easuivr.
Oiii , e-uh.il tlio slieuir inaku lietst lo Abram
It.l. .. V W kit' It u
L.,. u",," u- i. ,,, n-u il iiui, IK
ti.iii' e.1 ilut baraliM ilougli bu bounil out to
UtUI'l .-tflUII
.loa.u.i u SnoiTi'en, J I, Stanton, tienrjro Lain
I. li. ,loseiii rei, ,-fc. us-ii.t.'tl e.teli fcll.ilil ii
ii vs ome .i si i ,-jees. anil II II ation recelvtil
fu.iu.ui 3tlajs utUclal scivices) nurruats on
I'oiuny ftniil
t'liltrtaillourntlltoniectoa tha thll-d Monil.iv
iui uue.
"Checks on (ho U. S. Treasury nro
now paid In silver when dc.Ired.This
will wipo out tho premium on silver,
nnd put all tho coin ntloat that tho
public wants." This proves tho Gov
ernment to bo surely and steadily ad
vancing towards resumption of spct
clo payments, not only in silver, hut
lu gold. A few year more, desplto
all iho protestations, and prophecies,
and earnest and determined opposi
tion of tho democracy, this will bo an
accomplished fact, if tho Itopublicau
policy remains triumphant, and wo
bclicvo it will. To bring tho paper
currency ol the country up to a par
with gold, has over been a leading
thought and aspiration of tho Itopnb
licnu party, and the drift of ovcuts,
after so sovcro a struggle, now point
to lis realization.
THE DEMORALIZED DRY
GOODS TRADE!
FAILURES OF MERCHANTS,
Mills and Manufacturers.
500 dozon luliea Cotton Hose, nt 5cls.
nor pair.
300 dozen I.ndies Cotton Hoso; 10 ct3,
and 121 cti. 40 nor cent untler vnltio.
00 iIecc3 Sumnicr Suitings', at 9 ccnti
per yard.
L'O pieces Mosamblnues, wool, 121 cts
per yard.
00 pieces Plaid Sultlngi, al 15 cts per
yard.
00 pieces plain and striped suitings,
20 and 23 cents per yard.
40 pieces Grenadines, lOcts to 00 cts
per yard.
10,000 yards best Prints, newest styles
and fastest colors, CI rind 71 cts pryard.
800 plccci Prints, goods, cloths, fast
colors, job lot, of las', year's styles, 5 cts
per yard.
2 cases Bleached Muslins, at 81 cents
por yard.
2 case Pleached Mudtns, at 01 cents
and 10 cents per yard; a great bargain
100 dozen real Uallrl-'gan Hose, 30
cli, and by the box at wholesale price,
100 dozen gentlemen sock, 30 per
cent, less than funiidiliur Iinneci.
10 pieces heavy Oros Grain Mack Silk
tfl.ou, ciiennnt tfU.uu.
0 pieces liicliGios Grain al $2,00, (our
c.',l) oi inn year.
Wo will clonr onr SUMMER SILKS
out nt tho GREATEST BAR
GAINS EVER SEEN IN
THE CITY.
Our I.Aiut.sSfir l!oo:.i. f entirely pri
vate) exhibit a lidi and lursu stock ol
Ladles nnd I'lillilrcnVSUlTS, and vM-lor-,
will find only now goods tlnd best
ias oi work-.
.r. FoirrrnsnsAo co
417 FELIX STREET.
Tlio tin cp floors ot our Uriru buiidintr
ate now lull of huslnes.
Stiles & Hardy still keeps the
lead
tf
in gootls and price.
Woman's Tjoanuc.
A few witis ao wo hid tho Constitution of
tluj"Wu'!iiu,I,c.i!:lie" piibll'lied for the pur-po.-e
of t-liiiuin,' Ihe woim u of our town Its ob
ject, 'llule il'ls l,s et, lime l.tell fornitdt but
It I.- hoped that at iri distant d iy, wei-.in eope
w'ltliotir t-!eis of .iiljoinnii; towns for In
alUctti'il i-iiti it iliiiui tits 'ivtn h tutriitiiuu.
Let a.l who fi-tl an int. ie t iu tin. ziienl il and
riiui.tl lini't'iii'ii.t nt of our soelely, Join tit once
III this iu iVemeut. .
In St. Loiti. Wednesday evening,
M.iy 10th, 187,by ltov. P. (I.ltoberts,
Or. U.w.i'ii Wai.sh, of Washington
City, nnd Miss Jiiams Pattkiison,
the talented elocutionist, of Port Gib-
ion, Miss, lliouiittal party took a
tram lor Washington Citv tlio same
evening, where they will tnaUo their
future homo. The Into Miss Patter
son recoutly gave a number of public
readings iutlltrercnt portions of our
State, and made n most favorable Jin
pressionon every occasion.
To tho Citizens of Androw County,
In case of sufficient encouragement,
we shall publish a Map expressly for
Andrew county, iu Atlas form, con
taining: An imbx and table of explanations
A map of the county, colored by
towii'hlps, showing the location of
towns, postofllccs, streams, wagou
roads, railroad, etc.
A history of Audrcw county, from
its curliest settlement up to tho prcs
cut time.
A sectional map of each township
on a separate page, finely colored, and
engraved on a bcalo of two inches to
tho mile, showing names ot propertv
holders, location of farms, residences,
wagou-road3, railroads, streams,
springs, churches, school houses,
blacksmith shop", manufactories,
mills, cemeteries, coal mines, stone
quarries, etc., etc.
Pine plats of each city and village
iu tho county, showing streets, alleys,
blocks, and building lots, with names
nnd numbers, and each addition col
ored separately, with a hlstorlc.il
sketch of each.
A douhle-pago railroad map of the
United States.
A complete railroad liinpofMlssou
rl, colored by counties, mid corrected
up to the tlino of publication.
A map of the world.
A directory, giving tho names of
thoso who patronize our work, their
residence, busincsi,postoillco address.
place of nativity, and date of settle
mcnt in the county,
Pino lithographic views of n selccl
number of the prominent buildings
residences, lino stock, and farms, (per
contract,) from drawings by our spec
ial corps of artists.
A biography of some of the early
settlers nml prominent citizens of tho
county, (per contract.)
It will ho about iCxUtnchcs square,
handsomely bound, making it both
valuablo and ornamental.
To insuro accuracy, wo havo
corps of experienced Topographical
Knglueci'S who compile tho maps
from oillelal records and personal ex
amlimtlon.
Au experimental canvass will fcoou
bo commonccd, and should it meet
with sutUcIcutoncouragcuieut to war
rant its publication, wo shall endeav
or to complete the work as soon
practicable.
Hoping our entcrprlso will meet
with your careful consideration nnd
support, wo nro
Very respectfully, yours,
KDWAUD3 DUOS.
2Qv3.
A ROYAL SPREAD
CENTENNIAL NOVELTIES IN ALL
THEIR VARIED FEATURES,
A Mocntflcont Storo Pilled With
Elecant nnd Nobby Goods St.
Joseph's Groat Attraction.
Messrs. Chambers & Marucy do-
scrvo well of tho pcoplo for tho vast
deal ofonterpriso displayed by them
iu placing for sale bcforothopcoploof
ST. JOBKl'lt AND ANDHEW COUNTY,
tho claborato and complete stock of
dry goods to bo found In their largo
and magnificent storo onFollxslrcct.
Iho people seem to lako great Inter
est In the new and beautiful, and iu
following their bout immenso crowds
flock to their storo vlowlng, pricing
and purchasing.- Tho ttora Is literal-.
ly crowded from
MOHNINO UNTIL NIOIIT
with buyers nnd others who delight
in feasting tho eyes, even If they can
not allord, or do. not desire, to pur
chase. Tlio large stock of goods pur
chased by Mr. Chambers while cast
has arrived, and Is now to be seen in
all its manifold variety nml complete
lies? at their store, where polito and
ATTENTIVE CI.lIltKS
nro iu waiting. Jfew additions to tho
original purchae nro arriving daily
through their New York buyer, com-
bining all ot tho latest uovajllcs as
fat ns they are introduced into tho
eastern market. Tho new and beau
tiful styles of dress goods In the mar
ket this year aro worthy of special
notice, combining as they do two es
sential feature, great beauty of de
sign and colors with cheapness.
OIUIAT 11AIKIAINS
arc oflcrcd In Black and Colored Silks,
they selling for less price than tho
market heretofore could possibly af
ford, the prices varying from 75 cents
per yard up to .3,W. The latest nov
cltle in Ladies' Ties nnd Cahmere
aces of all descriptions are very nob
by and take the eye of tho people at a
lanco. Messrs. Chambers & Mar
uey arc making a slaughter iu the
prices of gloves; they arc selling good
two button black
kid oi.ovrcs, Foil COc.
l.-o the celebrated Harris seamless
and four or live other popular brands
In several colors, for tho opera as
well as black and white. The styles
of parasols nro entirely new and have
:i variety of convenient attachments
for handkerchiefs, f.1113, tablets, &e,
flic latest styles of fans recall to
tnlml tho fan of ilirlations of years
:igone. They nrc very neat iu design,
many of them being
V.'OIIKS OP ART.
Among the many things lobe found
In this cstablismeut arc ladles' ready
made suits and wiappcrs in silk,
worsted and ash goods. House
keeping good', Including table linens,
towel", napkins, sheetings, bod
spreads nnd lace curtains, nro to ho
found In full stock, and extra induce
incuts will bo oll'crcd to hotel and
boarding house keepers to make full
purchases.
low rnicns
and first-class goods arc tho rulo in
this great retail house, as all will find
who favor them with a call. It is
worth one's whilo to call and sco tho
goods, oven if uo desiro to purchase
exists, and wo are assured that all
visitors will receive a hearty welcome,
purchase or no purc!mo.
C37"A very good Improved
Singer Sowing Machine for sale, that
does as good work as a new inachluo
Apply at this olllco. Wo will oxchango
it for a good milk cow aud calf.
ORGANS! ORGANS
o
EH
O
l-H
CO
The Kimball Organ !
Superior to nil other In Touch, Vol
umo ana duality or Toho
Tho Best r-Tho Choapost Tho
Most Musical of all Organs.
Tho best of Organs, and by its
quick response to tlio touch comes
nearest to tukiiig 1110 piaco 04 a piano
L01110 ami onuiiuo lor yourselves,
Por Salo nt Wllkersou's drug st
r storo,
wnrrauicn lor nvu years.
K. lt. CAltlt, Agent.
May 4th. 3ms.
A'PI'KNTION
jTjf.3UVrTHjE.i3
The uiiderslsiaod takes
this method ot informing
tho Fanners of Andrew
county that ho Is manufacturing nnd
Keens constantly on hanil a sunul
tho best Cast Steel Ploughs, all of which
ho warrants to be as good ns any, nnd
which ho proposes to soil as cheap a
any. Iccn also the Wheel Cultivator.
nnd tho Double Shovel, Irou and Wood
Beam. Alio nil kinds of repairing done
to ordar with dispatch and warranted to
give satisfaction. M. S. MOltltlS.
oavannan, iuo., too. i'liu ocas,
Throuch tho Jetties.
Port Kam, May 12. The steamship
Hudson from -Nuw, Voik, urrived nt
hall past thrue this nltvruoon. This is
tho ilrt Woim stiMmvr that has pissed
through iho Joules,. .Droll fouitveufevt
aud lx laches. '
VOL. V., STO. 81-
We Mention Below
ONLY A VERY FEW O TITH
Thousands of Bargains in
Dry uooas,
THAT WILL BE OFFERED DURING
THIS AND NEXT WEEK BY
A. E. MCKINLEY.
ill 413 Ft 1U t,i UU Jttt fbf M ,3
1H sniA CnvsirrrtA TTTMifriAtnl1 tT(1 Al
At " IV - '"-'1" O " MS" mmm
len's prints nt 41. usual price 81.
COO pieces Pacillc Lawns and corded
Jnckoncls at 9i. worth at wholesale 1G.
2,725 yards 1'ercalo at Si, would uo
cheap nt IS.
At 15 cts, 25 pieces heavy Brown
Over-all Ducking, generally sold at 221.
At 74c, 15 bales ol heavy Brown Mus
lins. 9c, Fine Bleached Mnsltn.
At 100 good cheviot striped thirling,
sold in many placos at 20c. , ,
At 12 l-2c, worsted plaUVdress goKli,"5-
worth 25c. ' ' -ar-. sSnKWV)
At 15, 17,1 20, fi and 27lc, plaids
plain and striped worsted dress roods,
sold last week nt 20, 25,30,35 and -121c,
theso are wondcrlul bargains.
At 271c, 65 pieces Black Alpaca, worth
15 cU.
65 pieces plaid and striped BlackGrcn
adincs, at 20 to SOe, worth double 'tho
money.
30 pieces plain Black Grenadines, . t
from HO to 60c, special bargains.
11-17 yards of whilo corded Pique, at
4C soiti last week nt l-'ic.
At 121c. 125 nieces Victoria Lawns;
would bo thought n bargain at even 25e.
325 docu towels, all linen, nt 1210
each, a bargain worth the nttcntton of
every iiouso keeper. --.4;, ,
oo pieces an linen tnuio uamasit ni oju
another splendid bargain.
At 25 cents. 60 nieces Nottingham
Cuitaiu Laces, cheap nt 40 cents.
jeans, lor men anil uoys' wear, oi
0, 25 and 30c splendid quality.
All wool cassimcrcs at voc, usually
$1 00 per yard.
u-j 1102. 1. attics' wniio coiion uosc,
at lc per pair.
60 itoz. ladies blacK tun U loves, a i
10c por pair, worth 81,00. -600
dozen ladles all linen white
h.indkcrchicls, at 73 cts per dozen.
j. aiiics corsets nt 4U cts worm so cts
2,600 Parasols, ran-ring in prico
from 25 els lo $2,75 each, bought
cheap of a manufacturergolng out of
tllO UUS1I1CS3.
inns In great variety.
At 51,00 each, ladles Gras Cloths
Basques aud Ovcrskirts.
At S'-V-'u cacli.lauics itill urasuioiu
Suils, nicely trimmed. ,
At tij.Toeaeli.laiiics nil linen iuu
suits, sold iu most places nt $5.60.
Drap Dc-Klc Sacques, worsted aud
silk suits, full assortment.
summer silts, 05, 70, uo, ei, very
great bargains.
Black bilks nt SI, $1,10, 81,15,$1,20.
51,25, 81,30. $1,35, $1.50, 81,60, 1,G5,
Si.7i5, si, ao, anu vi-
.Many 01 tucse goous,auu oiucrsioo
nuuicrous to mciillon, liaro occn
bought for cash of thoso who needed
tho inoncv. the adraulasre of which 1
secured to thoso who visit this Iionso
nud even though not more than $5 is
to bo expended in Dry Goods, it will
pay to visit tho mammoth establish
ment of
A.E.McKINNEY,
41 1 nud 113 Kcllx Street. St. Joseph.
fSrSpccial attention paid to orders
by mall.
W. A. PltlCE'S C0IUMN.
Bead This Column Every Wook to
Keep Posted.
I still keep a car load ahead of tho
Celebrated Marysville, Kansas, Spring
Wheat Flour, this beats all tho Spring
Wheat Flour that is sold in Savannah.
Only 92,50 per hundred pounds, or at
the rates of $2,45 for 600 lbs., or 82,40
for 1,000 pounds.
All kinds ot Grass Seeds, Fresh and
New, can bo found at W. A. Rico's "
Produce Store.
Spring Whoat, Barley and Oats, for
seed a W. A. Price's.
W. A. Prlco will buy all the good Fall
Wheat at tho highest cosh prlco. .
Bring all your Produce to W. A.
Prico ifyou want tho highesl'cashprico
lor it.
Top Onions, Onion Seed. Siroct Poll
too Seed, and an endless variety ot Gar
den Seeds at W. A. Prico's.
Bacon, Lnrd.JIidcs, Fiffs. Butter and"
F-ggs. wauled by W. A. Prico, for which;
the highest cosh price will be paid.
I have tho finest Can Fruits and Jel
lied la town, uud awful cheap.
Dried Apples, Dried Peaches, Prunes,
Blackberries, Curraiits.ACr(tnbcrrics,'insrw4
great variity, aud sold cheap.
Now York Factory Cheese at 15 cents
retail, 131 wholesale,
Splendid New Honey In tho comb, by
the single pound, or by tho box of 8 to
10 pound?. nlSma
THE
SILVER TONGUE
sT
O It O AN I
Its Immense Success.
Tho whole country Is awaking to
tho Importance of Introducing music
Into thu household. Tho cabinet or- .
"gou li becoming the groat family In
strument, and hundreds or the, best
families in tho west uro sending lu
their orders for tlio famout " Biletr
Tongue Oiyan, made by E. B. Need
ham & Son, of Kovr York, knowing
it to bo the oldest and best organ nade
in tho Uultcd States, aud therefore
iho best in Uimcori J, . ,
Thirty yean tel has proved their
superiority, -r
Parties, where there are no agent n
wishing, to purchaso ono of these hri-slrf' "
ittttiiH liibliHiiiAiil.. suin, iiASfftflUSS llttwrsiLiSjf-
llvered at their door . by wrl.lSTrt t, ,
AYAIsTEH" 8. OILMAVJrP
General Agouti dealer lw I'h iwiA
digans, OiHiraUoisWlik',,fSt.-J. ''rK
scph.Mo. Mt
.mo'
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March Jl, 1S7U tf

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