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The Andrew Republican. IT. M. TAYLOIi, Kdltot tirul I'roprietor. SAVANNAH, MO., THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1876. VOL. V., NO. 32 'Ok. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. ATTORN KYS. J. A. SAND KHS, ttorney and Counselor at Law, H A .l..S.ll , WIOl'UlUi onioo ucr Fanner's I).mk. lltlee liouisfioniHtii IJA. JI., mul Irom 3 to . M. KA ANH WII.MAM! AllloiniPr it t.nw, V.ivuitnnii, .Hit. w uicv uit rttitiiniinii .-?-r- liM.tulli.i.. Will ir,tillri! hi the Cnmt uf irvv uti'i it'ljoinui; cnuniit'i. viumi 1 T. nUVAV. utloruey ill law. will iirailico r. In nil Ilic court "I .Nnilhui'st Missouri. 'ilhll illll'lllloll Klll'll m luillli'Si III UK' cimii.ij- I ninl. vIk com f 4. 31 OIIN It. At .t(UtS, ntlorney-uMnw. Will trans ut nil liii.lni'n t iitiusti'il to lilm uiil.lly mul cirifiiHy. I.'iin In- luiitiil nt Ills , up stairs, twuiluurmual oflliu l'ost ill , .Nivalin. tli, Mil. 2 BAKF.UY, Sic. r V MIKtiltll K, i:lc li.iV.ry ronfre- 1 . I pinery i.ti.l rc.KtiLH riilkt. Wi-Ht emeuf llA l'iirili-a I urn lain 1 on aliuil mitlcv. -i OIIS I, STAXTOV, Aliellonier. will nltelll I.i nil oils lii I lit 4 line Willi iirutiiiiliiess unit llaLirlliin nril.Mnl lrll.li-r pJL utl'f rll.li r ' M nr."iiy iii.lln iiir cltiU'in 'h .Milk i ry iii.iiiiinsr .t cviiiiiix. -H IKTIKS. . an 11 I.' Siivnitn ill Inliri. Xn. j&X$ti, I. II, Kaiunn.ili, .Mi'.. nulls miry ,2A55?llt:sIAV KVK.NIMI, ut O.I.I the I'liMle S.iiuri'. All ni.-niliias uf tin- nnler j.t i.l .i.tmlliii'. Isltlnir the cltv. an cmlittlly viluil In must nltli un. J. 0. llONNOt.I), S. . (I T. IIiivav, Seu'y. -".'i A A I 'AiiNIU Suviinnsli l.iiliri',N'ii.7i, A11a I'.SA. M., limn i'iir Ihlni Ft3X .viiiu-il.iv liu-ui'li iiiuMili.nl u'clui-M' ni. Alllju.llii raliiKou.l tauUiit uru fralir- uiy inwn-.iiu wn in. . . it. m. DAyroni), w.m. i:. W. .lov, si-c'v. k. KN I'UANIil.lM.DIHii:, NU..O.I, A. jt . ,v A. .11., lll.'i'ia iiri -.hiiii-. in iii-h ni.inlh. nt In a. m. All lirollur-t in .lo.lattin.tliiir mi' tV.iti-riiiilly iniitnl lu III.. Jli-t. I,. lll'N.M.n . XV.il V. T. .McKtmiiiN. I'l-c'v. P M.' Mt'fiH In ri'jruliirt.iiviM'.iiiiiiuii Ilii-m'C-li'l I Imr. I.i v uf I'm Ii Hioiitli, at 7 l' m, mul on 4 U' IVV1M If I IV I 1 A I II I I'll ll'l I'.lt. ll mill 'IIiiiimIii) III 111 A M. All Uillllilllliill owil Ali-li Masons iiU'lnvlU'il In iiiii-I with m. W. s. Wells, II. r. II. HllAYlMV, Sio'y, mils J, I' Cooprr. Tliolliaa Ore cnlte. Joopea & Grccanlce, Dealers in prus, Medicuics, Faints, Oils, Glass, Dije-Sluffs, School Books, Misccllancou s Books Blank Books, Slalioncn WAU PAPER, Building Paper, Picture Frames, Mirrors, .Hfouldings, Window Shades, Pocket Knives, Shoulder Braces, Trasses, Lamps, Toilet Articles, jYotions, $o CJWTC'F FAMILY GJtO- CICJUHS, GAUD EX SEEDS, $c, ii Hrii'k' Dnis Ktorc. datplv opcmiicil lay (1. II, l)iibbin,)-ti)ulli niJu ol' tlie jiublic Hi.ii'o. n.iv.inn ill ,Mo. Auril Ii! 1H7f) liin. A. DOUItSAM, Boot & Shoe HmW Maker' JUV .'MADi: lluott anil Mioc No rlh hhlu rubtic Siuuic, VVAX.NAll, MO. Till; HII-l.TdlKIU-l VOft it'snti'tli.lh iitloiiu tht tuMlftlmt he will nhv.ijH kct p oil luiml u iiy III UK llbHT .M ATdHIAL, Illl'l, Uf III' mule iui mi fh'irt initlrf, iital In (lie huht-rt t)li l the tut. Ut-imlrliiK lujilly tloue Mini i'it1llitlV Hlti'M'li''l tit, NltJel.U lion illllilllUll ii'l liTin- rt'.isuitfLble, A . DOKUSA.M. C. WA3SMER, Vmtit m H.' htifucturcr of FURNITURE nI Metallio COFFINS, Xurth Side the b'rjuarc, Savannah, (Iktliu Ilirrc-.toryUick.) COIU'INS OF ALli SIZES KEPT onh.iml. ! tU ktatii cuuttnitly on Irirni a i.iut'iuinuiiy oi uit'iii-ri iuiiiiyoi iiuitiicrui iiiuLi-uiiv tutu It orritrnltiiii' tlcMnil. (iiwmt i cull, (cuuiiot Iid umliuuM by uuythitUi Mt oi'the MUIh4IiI. ILl-ltH're cunalwuii Bonu onv lie fomnl iUy nml nlht ut my nhl vishUticf, niuly tu stll cof iiih rrifiij maac to an wnu can. Uiiiy 1i M Ana.lllalt WILLIAM CHALLACW, REAL ESTATE AGENT, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, COUSTV 1IUII.D1NO, SAVANNAH, MO tint a coiuiiUte Abstract of Title To all Lands in Andrcio County. All llmlni'M prrtutnlic to ltKAI, KSTATi: jirumptly iittcmliil to, 'I nnea palil, nmlTltlin IVrfcctnl. Honey Loans Negotiated. NOW FOU HAT.Kl Xo.lTl. 2!)", Ai res of land, two miles from pi'iirh trii'H, grape vlues, 12 ucrm ol bli gruaa p.iature. rilci'timt tvnua icnsoiiAblo. huMimun, mi iiuuir unci'. M nimie ticca, au No, 47', AmiuiII fui m of U ncrra, all uniVr fi'iire, 3-t nrn'4 lu ciilllvatlou, two Iok hou'a, .....1 . ..II ti ......l.. u...i ..r..ii.. r v. V: . i Z? . 1 . H',ri" I v. iriiu, laiuui-s ui ni, uuaepu, itiimi .mw. v.. nn k II r.. ...m. it ... I riiltiriilliin. inliinci'pjo.t ttjubrr, twoiiuuaea ami liiblr. I.lbirul tsrnn. o. ITS. A very choice farm of ICO iiorr", lu i:ni.lit I'ralrlr, anil nrn-a of timber, all uu .l. r r. nri., w lib n Komi tiouan ami oul.bullillnga, a.1.00 per nrre, on reiiaoiinble tcrina, WILLIAM CHALLAOOliBB, Hrtl Estate Aytnt, Savannah, ifo. Mi iui. is.u-1 INTER-OCEAN SHOE STORE! PRICE LIST OF BOOTS and SHOES For the Spring Trade ! HEAD ANlMVONDLIt ! Men's Klii Hoots Mill's t'nirllmils .Men's Kill I'luwMiiM-e Mill's I nit Al.'Nla Miois.... Mill's Cull llxfonls Itnjs' Kli Plots.... Hoys' Kin Mines J.2A to t2.T5 I! ll In 3, .HI III .CI lo l.lVI til i.m tu I .l M t.lal lu 1 -!. to l.M tii I.iki l 1 'ii In l.'i'i lu W tu I.7S 2..V) 2 m I i I M 1 ..'.ii 1 m l is I .vi l.M 1 V, (.wiles' P-clKi' Congress ... Lnillli' Melnv l'oll-ll Luilles' Kill Fiix I'.illMl... Ijnlles' KM MIl.lK-ra Misses' lirnln Mmea Mlses' Cult Sli..ee thllil's ( niM r Tip Mine. l.t.1 M in ini.tnr snm Iiiniut's AnJtlt'Tli-8 A Xiarne Aannrinont of Chlltlron's Coloroil Sboca, Very Chcnp nOBDIlTSON & TXRUELL, To Duiira Wiat ul TuUltli lln l. ri-.'ma hi, ,iu-r.rii. .tiii. WALL PAPER! Tlip mnt tnHiFiilllriMit Plock nf Wall llil'r i'V- ir liioutlit Hi. lot Clik'ut'o liai Juat bicii uti iv nl nt JOIIiSOM'S Book Store, Xo. WJ Ftllx SiPtt, Tlini' Doom Irom 3.1 St. ST. JOSEPH, 310. This stuck cnilirici'S nil 'KrailM.of imi'r, from lij-i cuuU to 41.00 in r bolt. Over 1.000 Samples lo Select from A MAUXll'ICKNT ASSOItT.MUXT OF Match Borders, &c, &c. JT3"t!lvc n call lu fore too buv, SMim ST. JOSEPH CITY PROPERTY FOU SALE, ON TIME OR EXCHANGE for AN DREW COUNTY REAL ESTATE OR STOCK. TIip undersigned has n brick house. with four rooms, mid lot 40xl.i0 teot on Xnrlh Secoud street, St. Joseph winch In; will soil cheap lor cash or on I tine, or cxcliiiiiirn it for stock, or ical e-talo in Anill'i W county. Cull on him, for furl her particular.-', or ml ilrtssbv letter, Tiio.mas 1'j:ttkihi;w IliiM'iiihilc, Mo. May I, 1871!, niC. Home Insurance The Farmer's Insur ance Company, nl Amlrow County, will Inuro rami l't'opcrty in Andrew County. Apply to the Seerctarv. or local Agent appointed by each urango. U. 11. TAI.llOT, President. E IlKAvrox, Seen tary. iidSIi $100,OOOloan o.v ntpnoi'F.n FAnyts. T.N IOWA ami Mlssoi (, r.ir a U rm nf yenrs, lull prinii il t.ii lu'iil.iitt, ittli ets iKo. i I-ilavkA. ItAititow. Ilankird. Cortiliiif. lowu. or, W W t.ALuwtLi., Siivamnih, tur Atnlrvw UlUIIiy, ,M(i. '.7 L. G. WILKERS0N SUCCESSOn OTP Sargent & Wilkerscn, South Sido Sq.naro, Savannah, Mo. lH'.A I.Kit IN D?'ugs, Medicines, Pcrfitmery, Notions, School Books, Stationary, Fancy Articles, Paints, Oils, and Jjyo Stuff s. PURE WINES and LIQ UORS,for Medicinal Purposes. Physicians' Prescriptions Care fully Compounded at all hours of tht day or night by an Experienced and Practical Druggist. GIVE illE A CAIiL. LIVE AND m LIVE IS Hi' UOTTO Savanuali, Aug. 20lb Cm. ATTENTION Tho undersigned takes this method ot Informing tho l'armcr.s of Ami row county that ho ia manufacturing nnd keeps constantly on hand a supply ol tho host Cast Stool Plou-'hs. nil of whloh ho warrants to bo as good as any, nnd wiiiuii uu iiiujiuscBio sou us cnoap n any. I kocn albo tho Whool Cultlvntor and tho Dnublo Shovel, lion nnd Wood lieain. Also nil kinds of ron.ili-Inir dono . ......I., i, . . , to oruar wiiii ui6i:ucii aim warrnnteii giro satisfaction. M. S. MOltHIS. Savannah, Uo ieli, LMUi 'Mm. 8KWINH Machines. Iliu Quern of nil Si w lug MnililiifaatlliornrUKiipoalll'imwas the l'.llna II. me, bclnj the only one awanliil two pnuil mm. Svc ii.velllavmi.ut In llila mptr. LOCAL BREVITIES. Corrcion.lciiU mint algn Ihctr proper names Iholr communlcntions, Jr. A I'iflici-of Suvuiitiali left for Chicago to-day. Cash puhl for lildcn, polts mid tnl- low, nt llio south slilo Stent Market. i . Jn.ppli Ilia, 11., (jftliUl'l.icc, lift on Tilfa- Iny Inalon rtliiislucsa lilnto Atchlaun mul Lent wurtli) Uniiaa'. nml Ui iviirrenabur, lu Joun- o n county, In llila Stntu, llu wilt bv abunt f-jur urllvuilays. Avcilll Clicinlcal pnlnt, lu cans of oiio qnnrt nnd upwards, ready mixed, any color or clnulu desired, forsalo by Cooper Si Oieeiilou. ia, Mr. IScckiiimi mid wife left for New York and Albany last Monday, k1"SJ way of Chicago. On their return they will come by I'hilladclphia and take lit the Centennial Exposition Tlicy will return homo by way of Desinoliies, Iowa, whero they havo relatives. Hull .t Miirllinlulc mi Milm.liiy aol.l olglily ncin iifllie Iiiiiii uivniil by Jin. lio.lgvra, tlx mllri uoilh of SI. Juai'i'li, III Anilrrw co, to Mr. Ilinrj O.K'H of Kill Ouk town, for tl,.v.Jra..li. Iila tin; iccoiul file niu.le by tliom lo .nrllra rum low u In I he l.nt two wnKs. -t.Jo llciuld Sixth Street M. E. Sunday School every Sunday at half-past 2 o'elock On Monday hist Mesrs. N. I). Drown and D. C. Stotts, nnd on I'ucsdav. A. J. Harlan and AV. D. Allen, loft for Jefferson City to nt tend, as delegates from Andrew coun ty, the Hepubllcati Slato Convention to select delegates to tho Itcpubllean Xiitlounl Convention. Tho couven tion mot yesterday, nnd they will probably get through with their busl ncss mid return during the present week. Largo stock of Ladies' Hosiery, and low Shoes nnd moccitMits, for sale heap, nt J. II. IllSELIS. Mr Thomas Hatton, late of Savan nab: after visiting a number of his 'datives in various parts of the country, and being present ut tho opening of tho Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia, sailed from ow York on the 13th lust, for England lo will also visit Ireland before his eturu. The apple trees in town and vicinity nro being stripped of their leaves to considerable extent by a worm somo what liken caterpillar, but smaller in size, a species of "measuring'' worm 1'liey suspend themselves in tho air by fitio thread liko a spider, and persons walking or riding underneath the tree aro apt tu get covered with thciu. 1'ioni what wo have seen of tliem wo don' think tliey will materially injuto the tip plo crop. . a . A full lino of Ladies' and Gents i'ruiiko and ValUcs, at J. J. Miller'; East Sido Square. Our farmers havo again been favored with another week ol good planting and plowing weather, and most assiduously havo they mado uso of tho time. Tli season is already far advanced, and strenuous i-IVnrts aro necessary togctthn crop in in time. Mo-t ol thu corn w think is planted by this time. Altliou the season is unusually late this spring yet nature generally compensates for uch tilings, by -lengthening out In th fall. Go to J. D. Hussell's for your La dies' Hats and Dress Goods, for he has a splendid lot of them, nml that too, nt the cheapest rates. Tho largo water lank that has been Ii course of construction for several week past Is about finished. It is estimated to hold fivo bundled barruls ol water. and Is a neat and substantial piece of work. Tho Pipo supplying It from tho pump has been put in its placo. nnd tho wind engino that works the pump agal started to work. The object of tho tank Is to keep on hand a lnrgo supply of water in c.iso of n lira breaking out most timely precaution. A watcrln trough, tor tho uso oi tho public, will also bo put up in connection witli It. Mnssits. Wati:i!5ian & Shaw, hav just received a carload of No. 1 wagons which they will sell at seventy-fivo dol lars each, tf. rrcachingnt tho Sixth Street M.J Church every Sabbath morning at 101 o'clock; In tho evening at half-past o'clock. Tho public nnd stranger nro cordially invited, . n i Mr. Adam Klippcl, tho veteran cd Itor of tho Holt County Scntlncl.wlll bo ofleral by tho Holt county dcleg lionnsn strong nnd well qualified candidate for Congressional honor this fall. Cooper & Grccnlco havo n full sup ply of Paints, Window Glass, Oil Pnlnt Drushes, WhUo Wash Druehc Sec, which thoy will soil nt Dotto Pitici:a. ti32ml Camfohnia has 2,600,000 ncrcs wheat this year and expects a yield o 60,000,000 bushels. Mnny who read this Hem will remember tho tlmo when flour was freighted from St.Jo soph to California tp feed the minor Foil cholco meats of all kinds, go to Howard's meat market, south sido Square. ftjTA very good Improved SIngor Sowing Mnchlno for sale, that docs as good work as a now machluo Apply at this oflleo, o will uxchan, It for n good milk cow nml calf. "And Joseph wept aloud, nnd said nto his brethren, 'I urn Joseph: doth my fnlhor yot live?' And Ida hreth- on answered him, snying, i ou hot 1 tho old man Is tlolng bully.' " Ho docs nil of his trading nt Stlics & Hardy's, wlicro they keep such good goods nt such low prices. You must go mid sec their storo too, they just boat Egypt nil hollow. CoFi'nn, Icii-Cukaji, Si'iiawukii- uii:s, and a good tlmo generally at tho Centennial party to-night nt Hardy's Hall. Admission I'l'co. On Inst Tuesday week, Mr. and Mrs Stauberwcrc surprised by n party f young friends coming to their res idence with substantial tokens of their ood will, mid niter spending n plens- nnt hour left, their hosts npprcclat- ig their kindness, nnd wishing blessings on their beads. Hcmemher tho meeting on Satiir- ay next to make arrangements for celebrating the next Fourth of July. Dont fail to attend, come one, comn all! At tho rcsldcnco of Solomon Lch- nior, near Oregon, Holt county, on tho 23rd of May, 1876, by ltov. ;dwards, Mr. CltAltl.KS W. Fltow- sham, of Savannah and Mis.s A (hue Kii.Min:, of Holt county. Tho happy bridegroom mentioned above s tho son of our worthy fellow towns mnn, V m. FroiUtiam, mitt the undo one of tho most estimable young ladies f Holt. They will tako up their esidencc lu this place. Prosperity nml hnppiucs intend them. Mcsrs. Joy & Co., of this place, took off two loads of tombstones yesterday for Gentry county. Cooper & Greeiilce, will sell you five plircs of Note Paper lor 60 cents j En. elopes, 5 cents a bunch and upwards ; Ink, H cents a bottlo and upwards. Fiuo Writing Paper a speciality. -lTtf Mcsr.s. liussell Smith and Lankford, father-in-law ot AV. S Earlcs, ofSavniinnh, will leave in the early part of next week for Witchit.i, Kaunas. Mr. Smllh has land in that vicinity, nnd Mr. Lankford will look out for n farm there also. JohnF. Miller, sentenced at tho ast term of thu Andrew Circuit Court, to thu penitentiary for two ycjrs, for obtaining money under lulse pretences, was taken to tho pen itentiary on Tuesday last by Sheriff Carter nml deputy Kirkcr. IIo had been granted a stay of execution uu til tiio third Monday of this mouth, to ivo him an opportunity to filo bond for appeal to tho Supreme Court. Xot ucing nolo to give tho security, nun tho time having run out, ho was con vcycil lo llio penitentiary. John J. Miller is constantly rccelv Ing Men nnd Hoys Clothing, and Gents' Furnishing Goods, consisting of Coats, Pants, Vests, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Shirts, &c, at Hottom Piuci'.s. Call and sec for yourselves East side of Public Square. Fourth of July Mooting. A mietintfot'iill Hie rllizeni p.iUioLc, repnril lrss of party, U ln-riliy culli.l to mett nt th Court Huii-ie on Situnliy ulternooH, Mjy '-Till, p. in., to iiitmirtii it- lliw niowmetit for the ule brIlon ol a. l loin tli uf.hity .HA.M f.lll,1.1 Wc learn there is a bad stato feelings between a portion of tho clt i.cus in tho neighborhood of Mouu Pleasant School House, somo two miles north of Savannah. It growi out of tho objections of somo to tho use ol tho School House for preach lug and Sabbath school purposes. On last Sunday u number of young men assembled at tho school house when Sabbath school was in session in a drunken condition nml by their uu. manly conduct manifested in various ways aimed to break it up. If such proceedings uro continued, tho law win uo appealed to cuiorco the rights of peaceable citizens. A young man named Garrett, liv ing somo lour or live miles north. eas of Savannah, was committed to jail in this place last week on tho char of horso stealing. David Morau bor rowed tho horse from IJ. AV. Denlglit and let this youth havo It to rldo search of somo lost stock. Instead of trying to find Mr. Moran's stock, h rodo the horse to St. Joseph mid tried to sell It there for thrco dollars. II was arrested by tho pollco there, and turned over to tho shcrlirof Andrew Ho was tnkcu before .Justice Majors but waived examination, and remains in tall to await tho investigation uv tho grand Jury. Wo arc toid Garret Is a lialf-wiltcd person, somewhat dc mcutcd. Ilclcased; non compos mentis, Safe Robbod at J. B. Russoll's Store, but wo aro selling goods i cheap, and have such a stock of ulco goods, tho robbers did not tako any thing away, and went oil' to tell about them 1 Call and sco for yourself. Wo noticed yesterday Mr. William Tyrrell walking .about tho streets with his left arm tied up lu a sling. Ho was coming up from St. Joo in a spring wagon, with a coillu Inclosed iu a cotlln-box. Tho box being high, tho scat of tho wagon had lo be set ou it. Tho wagon wheel run over a log which caused tho scat to slldo oil', throwing Mr. Tyrrell to tho ground ami dislocating his arm. It gavo him a great deal of pulu and swelled largely. Dr. Ferguson reset tho arm audit Is now In a fair way of recovery. Decoration mi "XUdloal." The loliiicre grave, at "KaiUcul" will be ilec orutcd on the Ant Sunday In June. The Hon. J. II. Klldow will u.Vlreaa the people on tho occa sion, amlafvw national sous will bv iiuig by the choir ot that place, Decoratloa Oat. rurttiant to notlco the chliens of Snvannah met at the Court llou.e on Momlay evening, May t, 1970, anil org.nutctl by elicllnit Cupt. Win. Calilwell, Chairman nn.l.S. K. Kelly, Secretary. Aflortho object of the meeting lia.1 t-u atnleil, to-wit I The Decoration of the gru ea of the Sol (Jler'sburlcalnUie Rar.innnh Ceimtiry, May SOIh, I87C, the fallowing named committees wcro appointed I Ox 1'iioonA.KJir. axii Amuiir.xr.!T. Par lance, Majors, WhlltnUr, ami .I.M. Illllott. Shakkus. iam. Fro.Miam, J, 11. Majors, W. Elliott. (Iter. II. T. fiv.iliitu ami J, A. SAsnitns liatebeen selected as iipenlvers Music C. A. Whlltakcr. llio Sarannah Hand lias been secured. Ou flowers, the following ladles: Mrs. Crosby. Wnkefleld, llarl, Mereir, Majors, Win. Cul.l- ell, Morris, debater, Walla and S-chutrr. On motion tnc Savnnnnh papers were rciiuested to publish these tructutiu jsand aollcll ugeueial turn out. Ou motion adjourned. WM. CAI.DWEI.I., Chalrmm. 8. K. Sr.EH, Secretary. rno.M t-'LAfio hmumis. Mn. EDiroit: Our little town has been rery quiet for several weeks a neighbor now and then reprfiiCaHbArecA lluawcallicrlsUnR nnu the farmers nro busy with thilr crops. Corn planting Is progressingslowly, Mr. nnd Mrs. Coffey, of Kentucky, aro visiting tho latter' mother, who lives die or rK miles southeast of here. Mrs. Coffey was formerly Miss lluslcrof our county. Sir. II. lllllmlrc li.u ilccllueil emigrating to California mul has determined lo form a partner ship ulthour worthy yuung bl.ickamilli, M. M, owell. this Is ng.jod thing for Klagg Springs and community, lor Mr. II., la u good black smith nnd run male anything In that line from a darning-needle to uu i ngiue. The Township board met last Friday. Sounel'liice got Ids foot budly maahtd the otlierdity while handling wild horse. Itev. Williams preached yestei day to a crowd ed home. After 11 o'elock sen Ices ho baptised IHu candidates by Immersion. The bind bo say they enn furnl.Ii music for the celiliriillou ut WnltesWIlc, Saiunmiu, or 'liila.lelpliln. Moie nnon, fi.i:tciii:ii. 1'im.mouk items. Itor.iiKnv. Some person or persons, not h iv ig Hie fear of the law or nun, broke Into Smith (liorgi 'a hardware stole, on Wednesday nlitlit, of last weik. 'Jlu'lr mode of entrance was with a large auger which lliey stole from Hie wagon shop of J.is. League, mid forgot lo reiurii it. 'J he rear door of Mr. Geoige's wnrcroom is a iioulili' boiled door, fattened with n cross bar. 'lhey bored ono of Ihe boanls i.f llie door Into lu two places, and then bored Hie cross bar Into. Hint lit Ihem Into the warernom. The middle door Is f.nteticd Willi a bolt. They bored a hole in Ilie door, and slipped the bolt. They then helped llifin'rltcs to two revohera, about a dozen poek t kulies, some butcher knives, and some other nrtlrle; Mr. (leorge IhlnVs wmi. fifty dollars worth. They rimiaged his papers some; did not trouble his money drawer, though there was on ly a ft w ulckles In It. 1 1 lit few ol our fanners are done planting ns tt. We think the most of them will get IhruivU this week. Mr. H. l'olk urilved lo his family on Tluus- lay of lat week, Irom Kansas, wluie he has bien ulnce I :it fall. We -pc lii the lat IIbi i nLirsx Ihat the Ci unty Couit h'i ii.pruMil, nnd or.Und uu llle, In the County Clerk's olliri', Die bond of the Tiil-lioof soinenf the Tnwnthirs lu the county. We hue no law up this way lh.it sajs the County Court hsaiitliiug to do In the premises. Township Orgiulralloii Law, Article 7, Su'.. 1, s;iv. Said bond to be npprovid by the Township llonid ot Directors, and tiled III the olllce of the Township Clerk. Yours, W .it a it n 1 1: ii . Li Saianii.ih. on 'lliurnd.iy. May IS, 1S7D, ut the risi. Iclli'.' ol the biide's palillts, Mix MIIL- I.IKCAI'I.I., ol.sav.inuali, lo Mr. 1IOUAUT AbQl.i;ill, ofllarnaid. At the 51. l:. parsonage, .May lllh, lSTfl, by lllder II. T. M.iiilnr, llr. liOHLliT T. HL'KK- MAN mid Mi--. ALRL M. SITION, oil of An- diew county. Mo. lu (iraliam,ou Wednoday evening, 17th lnt by Itev. I!, li.'illn, Sir. It. C. W Y.MAN' nnd Miss UKitlllA llCl'IIMAN, all of Hut place itir.li, n Saviinnali, ou Monday Sla '.-.', IbTO, ultir uu illness of ei'ral wieks of brain foier, DKI.LA laiU'htcl of Judge and Mrs. II. S Ke'liy, lutl.e I Jill yiar ol'hir age. In this sad bereavement the mulcted finally have the siiupulhy of the entire column. illy. Her remains were followed tothogrsieon Tuixlny 1 i.t by n large iiunibtr of ourcitlzer.s, uud a procession of lur lute scliiiol.niales. Savs the Hopkins Journal : Tho re mains of somo extinct raco of ruminat ing animals, ot mastadonic proportions wero found alew days ago by Mr. Hat y ey Morehouse, on his farm, four miles southwest of town. Tho skull of tho minimal was dtiz out oftlio trround 12 feet below tho surfaco. Tho horns aro 11 inches In diameter nt tho base, nnd are ono foot louir. iho Incailth of tho skull between tho horns is two feet, and and the Icnclli of tho head, from the base of the horns to tho nose, Is three feet. Tho teeth from tho crown, aro 2 inches in length nnd nearly tho samo in width : whilo ono of tho ribs is four In dies broad and ono inch thick. Tho Journal lias mado arrangements to so cure the principal portions ot this relic of tho primordial period, and will havo them delivered in Hopkins noxt week. Wn 1 p. ii-ii from a ircntlomau rcsid lug iu Allen Township, tho following particulars of tho recent attempt mado by Mr. G. W. Woolen, at sui cide, an item of which was mado lu our issue of last week. Somo two weeks since several young rowdies made, or attempted to make an ns snult upon a couple of Mr. Wootcu'b daughters, nt night, iu his own house, in which they attempted to drag them from tho houso and execute their devolish designs, hut wcro suc cessfully resisted. Iho incident prey ed considerably upon the sensibilities ot tho ngcu parout oi tho gins, who it is said, uccamo ilerantrci! on ac count of It. At tho time lie mado tho assault upon his own life with the knife, ho was entirely unconscious o his acts. The valiant (?) young bloods Who mane tno assault havo uccu ar rested, and, with tho exception of two or three, lodged iu tho Albany Jalh Grant City Star. How Did It Got Tboro. (From the Lluniille (Iowa) Tribune.) Mr. I.augiiroy, of Jefferson tavytishlp, in digging a well last week, nt tho deptli of llfty feet below tho surface, struck what appeared to bo n drift, or deposit ot soil, containing largo quautltles ot vegetable matter and partially docayed wood. Among tho pieces of wood ta ken out was a board ono Inch in thick ness, six Inches in width and eighteen Inches in length. Tho board Is tonguod and grooved and In every particular resembles a ptaco ol modern flooring. Tho land upon which the well is dug is a high pralrio and no Improvements had over bi'I'oro been mado upon It, to tho certain kuowlcdgo of old settlors iu tho vicinity. Now, how did that plcco of mans unmistakable handiwork get there? Is It a rollo of tho Moutid-buildcrs, or some prchhtorlo race? W. A. PKICE'S COLUMN of Now Locals, May 26th, 1670. WOOL, WOOL. Drltigall your Wool lo W.A.Price, as ho Is paying tho highest ptlco lu CASH. Mlllot Seod. No., one Millet teed, at 76cts per bushel, and other kinds of seed at W. A. Prices, Tho Coushatta Murdor. Elsowhero will ho found an editorial from tho Now Orleans German Gazette, a paper of much influence in Louisiana, nnd olio of tho oldest publications In tho State. It refers to tho villainous crime committed tho other day nt Couahntta, nnd explains in terse language the meaning of such outrages. It says : Wo never knew for a certainty what, till now, has only boon presumed nnd fear ed, viz t That a certain class of politi cians will not hesitate to employ anv means whatsoever assassination even- to remove, as obstacles to supremacy nil those whom thoy supposo havo becti tho eauso ot mo present condition ol things Iho Gazette goes on to say that ot course there can be but ono result to such a reign of terror, and that Is tho triumph ol the Democratic ticket "on tho entire lino from Caddo to New Or leans, and from Madison toTcrroIlonno Parishes." This Is what is expected and desired, nnd tho cowardly assassination at Coushatta is but tho opening of tho grand scheme. Tho New Orleans Democrat says that "it Is a pity that a condition of things exists rendering necessary the commis sion of such deeds -," nnd such nlutio is tho response that this shameful crimo receives from the organ of tho slmon tiuro Democracy of Louisiana. Tho New Orleans Times, Picayune, and Bul letin uemanil iho arrest ol the murderer, as tho Democratic papers down thero havo usually dono ou tho occasion of sttcli crimes; but that ho will over meet witn punishment no ono bellvcs. j-.ven if tho State authorities should apprehend him there aro enough ot his ilk to res cue, him sooner or Inter, and Iho bloody cu will go unavenged, mere is lip deed a curious tone of admiration run. ning through the comment nf the news. a.ipers in the Immeihatn vicinity of tho murder admiration which they try in vain to disguise. Thoy speak ot tho mysterious actions of tho assassin, of ins unerring aim. nnd of his coolness and actually ol llio fact that he never of fercd to kill tiio ladles who were beg glng him to desist. We nro a littlo sur prised at this latter fact ourselves. Hut coolness, bravery, chivalry! How wcro they exhibited? Tho murderer was arm ed with a mchester rifle, carrying six teen shots, and also with a navv six hooter. He waited until his victims were approaching the bank of ttie rive lu thu boat with which they wcro cross ing, when without warning, ho licgan his lire upon them. Ho had killed King and wounded Senator Twichell In the tinn, when tho latter tumped overborn clinging with his uninjured hauu to the side ol thu boat. Iho bravo assassin began tiring at tho exposed nrm, and miaiiy shattered it. when his victim half sinking floated down tho stream Then tho negro feirvmau, who made an attempt to rescue tho helpless bod, irom tli" water, was tired upon nni wounded. Having thus accomplished Ids woik, this noble representative of southern chivalry rouo quietly out thioiighthc village unquestioned an iminolc.-tcil. And this is what strikes tho Southern heart ns tho very highest exhibition of heroism that could bo ren dered! It is idle lo attempt to convlnco them that this is not so. For bravery in its better sense these pconlu seem lo havo no appreciation. It is tho trcach cry ol Iago, not tho blunt bravery Othello, that thoy ndmlro. The result ol all these tilings which tun iicrman uazetto now declares inov. liable was long ago predicted by tho Inter-Ocean predicted when men scoff- ou aim even iiepuuiicans smiled at our prophecy. And yet wo cr eve to sav tho North is not fully awakened to tho danger mat menaces, it is an ausoluto fact Hint, in more than a half dozen State of this Union men with other thaa Denv ocoratto principles livo on tho baro su icranco oi those opposed to them, nml are liablo to see tho slight toleration now extended withdrawn nt anv mo ment. That it will bo withdrawn the signs indicate unmistakably, and there is no prospect whatever lor a fair ant ttntrammcled voto this fall In tho South In tho face of this fact tho Konnbllcans ate called upon to nominate and elect questionable candidates who will, in all likelihood, bo prepared to encourage in s ucrnrscu ruigu oi terror, lurougu tho instrumentality of halt-hearted lto publicans wo havo a Confederate Houso and aro in danger ot surrendering tho Executive It is time that tho people had awakened to this danger. Let tho next Congt ess and tho noxt President bo Hepubllcati in ever senso of tho word ; not In name merely, as has been too much tho caso already with the for mer, out iu heart nnu conscience ni well; n l'rciient hold enough to crush out this shameful state of things, and Congress bravs nnd manly cuough support him whilo so doing. HoHSK-Wiiirriin. For somo tlmo n disagreeable feeling has existed be tween tho family of J. A. Dawson and tho family of a man named Selix, not n residing in the neighborhood c Dayton City; thoy havo had a caso 1 tho Circuit Court, and havo been at tho "outs" irencrnlly, for some time, nnd upon Inst Friday, ns Mr. Dawson was working in his tleld, Selix nud his two sous, accompanied by his wife, who had a black. snake whin i her hand, approached him and told him that lliev had como over to hors-o-whil) him. nud that Mrs. Soli was to perform tho task. Thoy told him that if ho made any demonstra tions toward protecting himself, that th v would kill htm, and then told Mrs. Selix to proceed. Wo nro in formed that tho lashes wero Iuld ou without hesitancy, and tliut Mr. D took it llko n man, inasmuch aa it was n woman whom he hud to deal with, lu part, and In view ot tho fact that his llio was threatened, n no re tilstcd iu anv manner. Wo havo not boon opprUod of tho immediate cause of such a piocevdlng on the part of tho Sollx family, but think that such an existence of affairs iu any community is doplorablo. and bono that tbeso geutlomeu will straighten (heir difficulty up and livo llko peaceful cltucus should. Tho trial of Selix and his sous camo off be fore Judgo Downing, of Sherman township, on Monday last, and thoy wero bound over to appear at tho noxt term of tho circuit court. May vlllo Kcgiiicr, lStu. ELEPHANT SHOE STORE ! SPRING CAMPAIGN OPENED! AN IMMENSE STOCK nml LOW PRICES! Ladies' Kid or Pebble Gont rollsb, 00. Ladles' Kid or Pobblo Goat Side ate, $2. 10. Tho best $1.00 Gnltcr In tho city. Ladles' Kid Slippers 90 els per pair. Mens' Fine Calf Doots $2.76. A primo full stock plow shoo at $1.26 l'rlmp full stock Drogaus at $1.25, Misses' Grained Poles, 11-2, $1.00. Ladies' Grained Poles, S-7, $1.25. My stock is by f.tr the largest in the city, and we giinrantco better goods for less money than can bo produced elsewhere in tho market. Bomombor tho Place, GEO. W. MARLOW, 317 Felix Street, n31wS ST. JOSEPH, MO. THEftV) I S The best nlaco to purchase your Con fci-tionnries, as it lias tho purest and best that could Uo had lu tho city, nil ircsti and now. In Cigars and Tobacco they havo al ready recommended thcmsolvcs. In or der to ascertain theso facts, rail in per sonally anil learn for yourself. SIGN OF THE STAR, Southeast Corner Public Square, SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. Good for 60 Days Sec what the "Old Reliable" H. & St. Jo. R. R. and con nections, will do for you on this 1UU Year liusincss WiiEnnAS. Various notices having ap peared in tho public press throughout tho west, that certain lines would placo on sale, May 1st, round trip 'tickets to the Centennial, good only for thirty day from date, and Wiikkeas, Everybody knows that thirty-day tickets aro practically of no account, it is Ilesalvcd. By tho Old Ueliablo Hanni bal & St. Joseph 11. It., to placo on sale at .Missouri uivcr points, ami oilier sta tions on its lino. Hound-Trip Tickets to the Centennial, (taking in all the princi pal eastern cities.) GOOD FOR SIXTV DAYS FUUM DATL Uf SALE, at the lowest rates. For maps, timo tables, or other infer. malum, nppiy to u. is.wi.ai iu., Western Pass. Agent. Atchison. urto i . i'trir.LU. G. P. and 1. A.. Hannibal, Mo Tho Ohtnoso Quostlon. Krem the Chicago lnter-Oeean. i hero arc now in uniornia about 75,000 Chinamen in a population of about tliree-ouartcrs of a million, and tho increase of the Celestials by Iniml. gvation is ollen nt tho rate oi l.ooo tier ship load. This imtnonso influx h alarmed tuo citizens oi other national ities in that State, and iu San Francisco practical action has been taken to pro- vido a remedy. Not long since tho Mayor and Supervisor of municipality appointed three commissioners to visit Washington and uso their utmost exor- tions to havo such a modification effect ed in tho Burhngamo treaty as should bo a bar to further immigration of the almond-eyed pagans. Tho proposed remedy Is that article live of the treaty of 16G8 between tho United States nud tho Chinese Eirmlro shall bo modified or abrogated. This article provides that tbo parties to tho treaty shall imposo no obstacle "to freo immigration of their citlzous and rub- jects from ono country to another, for tno purposes ot curiosity or trauo, or as a permanent resident." As tho United States contain only about 45.000.000 ot ncoplo, and China nearly 100.000.000 half tho globe tho people of California havo an impression that tno heathen Chinee" got tho big endot tho bargain ami that it has a uau uargntn lor thorn any way, for tiio reasons that associated ChincsQ capitalists have, under con tracts niauo in China, sent swarms ot laborers to our shores who nro virtual slaves to their contract-employers ; that thoy worn tor a term ot years unuer those foreign made contracts at low wa ges, and theso contracts aro enforced by tho edicts of secret tribunats which in- met, In uctlanco or tho United Slates or Stato laws, cruel and arbitrary punish ment; that this sorvilo laboring clement has a low standard of morality and of living, "monancluc with pestiferous disease" tho community iu which It may rcsiuo ; mat it nas uriven irom employ ment large numbers ot Calit'ornian? by a competition which has been prolillo of ..11 I . l ..n - t . i t iiiiuiiess, vicv, uuu Buuenujr. xn nis annual message in Doccrabcr, 1874, President Grant called tho attention bi Congress to another brauck oi this sub- iect. as follows: lu connection with this subject I call tno niicnuon oi (engross to a generally conceded l'&ct. that tho ureat proportion of the Chlnoso immigrants who como to our shores do not como voluntarily to maiiu tiioir nomos wiui ns ami tnoir la bor productlvo of general prosperity. but como under contracts with head men who own them almost absolutely. In a worso sense, does this apply to Chinose women. Hardly a, pereeptlblo porcont age of them perform any honorable la bor, but they aro brought Tor shamoful purposes, to the dlsgraco of the com munity whoro settled, and to tho great demoralization of tho youth of those lo calities. If this evil practice can bo legislated against, it will bo my pleas uto as well as my duty to enforce any regulation lo socuro so ucsiramo an end. THE DEMORALIZE! DRY GOODS JRAOE! AILURES OF MERCHANTS, Mills and Manufacturers. C00 dozon Ladles Cotton Hoso, nt Sets. per pair. 300 dozen Ladles Cotton Hoso, 10 cts, and 121 cts. 40 per cent under valao. 60 pieces Summer Suitings, at 9 cents per yard. 20 pieces Mosambiqucs, wool, 12J cts per yard. CO pieces Flald Suitings, nt 15 cts per yard. 60 pieces plain and striped Boltings, 20 and 26 cents per yard. 10 pieces Grenadines, lOcts to CO cts per yard. 10,000 yards best Prints, nowest styles and fastest colors, 61 and 71 eta pr yn-d. ,s ow pieces i nii, kowis, iciouia, ua,. cviuro. sou iut. di ansa, rears shticsi. a ma per yard. 2 cases Bleached Muslins, at 81 cents per yard. 2 cases Bleached Muslins, at 9 cents and 10 cents por yard; a great bargain. 100 dozen real Dallrlggan Hoso, SO cts, and by tho box atwholcsato price. 100 dozon gentlemen's socks, SO per cent, loss than furnishing honscs. 10 pieces heavy Gros Grain Black S!!k $1,60, cheap at 82,00. 6 pieces Rich Gros Grain at$2,00,(our $2,76 of last year. We will elear ou SIJlfKER SILXS out at the GREATEST BAR. OAIHS EVER SEEK IH THE CITY. Our Ladies Suit Room, (entirely ori- vate) exhibits a rich and large stock of Ladies and Children's SUITS, and visi tors will find only new goods and best class ol work. J. FORTUNE & CO., 417 FELIX STREET. The thrco floors oi our large buildintr are now full of business. THE SILVER TONGUE" It OHO AN I Its Immense Success. Tho wholo country is awaking to tho importance of introducing music into -the household. Tho cabinet or gon is becoming tho great family in strument, and hundreds of tho best families in tho west aro sending iu their orders for tho famout " Silver Tongue Organ, mado by E. D. Nced hiitu it Son, of New York, knowing it to bo tho oldest and list organ mado in tho United States, and therefore tho lest in theicorld. Thirty years'1 test has proved their superiority. Parties where thero arc no agents, wishing to purchase ono of theso fa mous instruments, can havo one do--livercd at their door by writing to WALTEU S. GILMAN, General Agent, dealer lu riauos ami Organs, Opera Houso block, St. Jo seph, Mo. lG-tf ORGANSI ORGANS! o EH o s a. 03 la. 1'l.is PS The Kimball Organ ! Superior to all otaera la Teach, Vel aat auad Quality of Teae. Tho Boat The Cheapest Tho Most Musical of all Organs. Tho best of Organs, nnd by its quick response to tbo touch comes nearest to taking tbo placo of a piano. Como mid examine for yourselves. For Sale at Wllkorsou's drug store. Warrautcd for livo years. E. It. CAlUt, Agent. May 4tb, 3ms. DRY GOODS! CASH HOUSE! Tho Tubllo will And a good assortment; of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, - QUCCHSWHTCe Glassware. ATTHESTOHK OP E. M. MITCHELL, SOUTH-WEST COIttfER OF PUBLIC SQUABS. SA VAJrWAlTsMO., u . . . . j . rt Prices as Low as any House ih'thtf , Casli Iroyers will find .it; te. tusk Interest to exaaiitT,' my Stocks '-V E. IU. MITCHELL SAvannah, April S0tt)( 18J5. ; i1'5'" J'