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Tawnahip and County
Conventions.
A aaeatlaf of tho Andrew County
lieM coautjr commit tco wi
hM te SatMNMk Satur Jay, J "ly
at wkMk Umm It wai agreed that tho
ItortiVUoMM of the rat-taut towniiitp
ofUweeaaty be called upou to hold
Mtetlagi at their rctpeettre placet of
toUmc oa 8ATUI1DAY, August
ltrs, at oa o'clock, p. m., each town-
hip to elect t welre delegate to at
trad a Cou.ly Couretitlon to be held
in Saraitaah on
MONDAY, AUOVBT 21 ST. AT 11
(CLOCK, A. jr.,
to nominate candidates for tho varf
mi eoaiity office ; and to elect dele,
gates to tbe Senatorial and Congrcs
loaalCou rent tons. Afullattcudanco
la moat earnestly requested.
AUGUST SCIIUSTEH,
Chairman Republican County Coi:
Taation.
The State Tiokot.
Tho ticket presented by tho State
Republican Convention Inst week, is
eno we feel confident that will chal
lenge tho universal endorsement and
acceptance of tho Ilcpubllcans of
Missouri. It Is tho strongest that
could havo been presented, and is
composed of many names who 'have
done honorable aud conspicuous ser
vice in the causo of their county, a id
tho Republican party.
All good citizens can rally nrouiul
this ticket iu9full confltlcnco that
they aro dolus a good service to
their con u try, by elevating to pow
er its best and'ablest men.
- Tho Hayes and Whooler Club.
T This organization continues to givo
very Interesting semi-monthly enter
tainments to the public. On last Sat
urday night Cipt. Mercer was com
plimented with as intelligent nud ap
preciative an audience, composed of
ladle and gentlemen, as any speaker
could wish to address. Ills speech
n almost exclusively devoted to
the discussion of the financial policy
of tbe Republican party. Mr. Mer
cer it a logical rcasoncr, and gavo ev
idence that ho had closely studiod'hls
subject. It was a very thorough and
aueceurni rciutatton or tlie many
sophistries which the democracy aro
endeavoring to palm off on tho pub
lie, for the sako of foisting them
selves into power, the result of which
would be the ruin of tho currency of
the country. His remarks gavo gen
era satisfaction to his friends.
At the conclusion of his speech
Rer. W. R. Ely made a few im
prompts remarks, creating somo
an Batmen t.
We received tbe following circular,
printed on a Postal- Card, which is
bHug circulated all over the State,
calllaf for a State Convention of tho
Independent, or Greenback, party
Wa do uot thlulc tho movement will
tweet with much success. Public In
tenet is now too much centered on
tlM two great leading parties, to be
tamed aside to pick op side issues
SUM, as a chronicler of the current
events of the day, we deem ll proper
to give It a place In onr columns:
X STATE COHVEXTIOX CALLED.
A convention of the Independent par
ty or Missouri, will be held In tho Hall
of the house ot representatives in Jeff-
ttHon Ukty at iu o-ciock a.m., on w en
eadav. the Gth ol September, to notu
mate Candidates for Governor and
Lteat. Gov. and a full State ticket, and
to select Presidential doctors, a State
Executive Committee, and to transact
other business.
All voters lu the State who favor the
election or PETER COOPER to the
Prealdettcy. and the Flnantlal System ol
wfcufe be it tbe representative are invu
The Convention will be composed oi
two Delegates for each ropresentatlro
distrist in the State, to be selected bv
Cogftty Contentions. Where no difier-
at arrangement Is made it is rocomend
ed that County conventions bo held at
different County Scats at 2 o'clock r.
oak Saturday, tbe 2nd day or Scptembo
for this purpose. When no County
Ceavefltiona are held, greenback clubs
r other similar organizations are to-
(Matted to send up Delegates, Let or.
n Cenotv be renresented.
J. P. ALEXANDER, Chairman St. Er(
1 " comranioi.
K, '. ' , aimum i'i.imt
Savannah Publlo School.
The school will open upon tho 4th
day of September. It It earnestly
requested that all who expect to enter
and have not yet passed examination,
bo present tho first day. Every pro
paratlon will be mailo In tho eovcrnl
departments to start out on tho eourso
of tlndy at once, and wo trust that
tho parents will bo nblo to send their
children at tho commencement, that
wo may innke tho best use possible of
tho short term of school. Tho High
School offers special inducements this
year. There rvl" bo classes in Alge
bra, Higher Arithmetic, Physical Ge
ography, Physiology, Natural Philos
ophy, German, Latin, English Litera
ture, and Science of Education. Oth
er classes will be formed If it becomes
necessary. Good boarding can bo had
for 93 per week ; also, rooms can be
rented at a rcasonablojprlco if stud
ents prefer to do their own cooking.
Wo repeat that students need not
go abroad to obtaiu superior educa
tional privileges. Many first-class
teachers have received their training
in the Savannah High School, and we
aro prepared to fit teachers for filling
the best positions in country or city
schools. E. It. (JAttR, Principal.
Ou.Tucsday evening last, Mr. II. M.
Jackson, ofMaryvlllc, mado a flue po
litical address to our citizens at tho
conrt house, In behalf of Hayes and
Wheeler and tho principles of the
Republican pirty. Mr. Jackson is n
practical and argumentative speaker,
and endeavors to convinco his hear
ers nioro by appealing to their rea
son aud good judgment, than by the
display of eloquence. His display of
facts and sound argument made a
very fnvorablo Impression oil tho
largo audience present.
Mr. Jackson Is tho Republican nom
inee for Representative of Nodaway
county, and tho good people of that
county will consult their own inter,
estt, aud that of the State, by tccur
lug bit services in tho Lcelslaturc.
Railroad Bonds.
Tho pcoplo of Grccuo county have
bccujrcslstiiig tho further payment of
Interest on tho bonds issued to the
Kansas City tc Memphis Railroad
Company, which was never built.
9110,000 remained under authority to
be Issued which had not yet been
Issued. Judge W. F. Gclger, of the
Springfield Clrsuit, has granted an
Injunction forever restraining the
county court from issuing them.
The people intend to push tho thing
still further. 1290,000 In bonds have
been Issued to this Company, and
they aro exceedingly tired of paying
interest, (and ultimately, the prlu
pal will bo to pay) with
out value received, and they are de
termined to test tho validity of theso
bunds In tho U.S. Supremo Court.
If a Railroad Company falling to coin-
ply with its contract renders invalid
tho bonds Issued to aid In its con
duction, and this seems to be the
principal involved lu the Greene Co.,
case, would not tho same rule apply
as to tho Andrew County bonds, for
we are told tho Rall-roud company
did uot build tho road lu accordance
with tho terms on which tho people
otcd the bonds?
Republican Conventions.
The Republican Township Con
ventions for tho selection of Dele
gates to the county nominating Con
vention, takes plnco throughout tho
ounty on Saturday. Wo hope over)
Republican who has tho wclfnro of
his country aud his party at heart,
will so arraugo his privuto business
as to enable lilui to attend, And take
part In tho proceedings. This is tho
surest method of securing satisfac
tion hi the result. When tho mass of
tho people attend theso primaries,
and know for thcinsclvcs.that every
thing is fairly conducted, and take n
hand in sending up good and truo
representative men, tho best ofrc-
ults Is euro to follow. Harmony,
unity and enthusiasm arc tho natural
result, and will bear their fruit in
victory at the polls.
'JHio St. Joo Ga'zctto of Tuesday
had an account, or rather tho rumor,
of a terrible and dcelsivo battle hav
ing becu fought between Gen. Terry
and the hostile portion of tho Sioux,
iu which the Indians were complete,
ly defeated and almost entirely anul
hilatcd. The story teems to be crcd
itcd by some and doubted by others
No such news have been received at
army headquarters at Washington
City.
Palters of a later dato fall to con
firm tho news of Terry's victory. No
rcllablo information from tho scat ot
war; ouly uncertain and contradic
tory rumors.
G-en. Loan for Congress.
Just as we aro making ready to go
to press, tho welcome news is brought
to us that Gen. Loan has consented
to run for Congress, if nominated.
W are satisfied this conclusion on
his part will be gratifying to the Re
publicans of Andrew, for, from ex
pression of sentiment wo havo heard
concerning mm, wo aro satisfied no
inau stands higher in their confidence
aud affection. Ifhoboour standard
boarer we feel coufidciit of a trlumpl
in this congressional district, and tho
extinction of tho suiclddl cry for
moro aud a better curroncy."
Tho Buchanan county court, fol
lowing tho example of various other
county courts, in similar iustauccs.
has determined not to pay tho July
Interest on tho St. Louis and St. Jo
teph railroad bonds. Now, tho ques
lion comes up, what's to bo done-
about It? Tho court thinks they have
the law on their sido; but didn't tho
people voto tho bouds? Tho bond
holders contemplate applying lor
writ of mandamus, to compel the
levy; others aro trying to fix up
compromise to satisfy both parties.
which looks to tho taking up of tho
old bonds and the Issue of ucw.
Complimentary.
A number of the friends of our
worthy fellow citizen, L. C. Stiles,
desiring to present him n token of
their esteem and appreciation, pre.
senlcd him on Saturday evening last
with a splendid portrait of himself.
It is an excellent specimen of Art,
drawn from tho photographer's neg
ative, the handiwork of our town ar
tist, M. M. Pcmpscy. Tho wholo
proceeding was n surprise to Mr.
Stiles, he knowing nothing of the
Intentions or his friends until Intro
duced Into t licit' presenre, mid the
portrait unveiled by his friend Som-
crvillo, who inado n short mid neat
present at ion upcech.
Tho following address accompanied
the portrait:
Savannah, Mo
August 12, 1876. J
Mr. L. C. Stiles, Savannah, Mo.
Dear Sir: Wo, tho undersigned.
take great pleas tiro In presenting you
with a portrait or yourself, which wo
trnst you will accept as a slight ac
knowledgment or our regard nud es
teem.
Your genial disposition, stcrllii;
Integrity, and uprightness of charac
ter, have endeared you to us, mid It
affords us great plcuuro iu having
this opportunity to express our
friendship.
. We remain, dear sir, most sincere
ly, yours,
Giles ItfsKiitK, 11. P. Aiiiiot,
O. J. HiriiLi.v, Chas. K. lioonr.it,
C.C.SOMEllVll.Ln, Jas, G. Wai.keii,
L. G. WtLKKItSoN-, Jas. T. IIaiidv.
For bargains In Dry Goods go to
E.M. Mitchell. West end of the square.
Ills new goods, just received, cannot
bo surpassed for Style, Quality and
Chcapucss. w2.
A man named John Houslngcr was
drowned In tho Nodaway river, 1J
miles West or Graham, on the (Hit Inst.
Ho was from Wintered, Iowa, and iu
company with another man was on
Ids way to visit his brother in Kan
sas. They camped by tho stream,
when ho went in to bathe, and get
ting beyond his depth, nud being tin
nblo to swim, he was drowned. His
body was sent to Wlutersot, where It
is said he has a wife and child.
Baptist Preaching,
At the Brick Church on Third Street,
the first Sabbath in each month at 11
o'clock a. M., end at 7 r. M ; also on
Saturday preceding nt 3 o'clock i M.
I. T. Williams, Pastor.
Tilden Is the first candidate fur Pres
ident who ever appeared In n court of
justice qp n charge of swindling. And
this cimrgo was nrnugiit long enough
before he was nominated, too,
cit.vssiiorrr.it.' hone.
PMS!lal to the Dally Chronicle.
Omaha, August 10. Grasshoppers
have all left. Tho damage done to
corn crop is not ns serious as it was
thought it would be. It is estimated at
from 20 to 25 per cent. If tho wind
still continues Ironi tho North thorn will
ho no moro fear of their coming down.
ejrctiihlos are damaged ronsiderablv
probably fifty per cent.
Mr. Pinkolnburg Doolinca.
St. Louis, Ansust 10. Tho commit
tee appointed by tho late Republican
Slato Committee to ofliei.illv notify lion.
A. Finkclnhurg of Ida notniiialinn for
ovornor. called on that irent eiiian
ds afternoon and perloiincd the dutv
assigned to them.
In reply Mr Hnkclnhurcr said ho had
repeatedly said ho would not lie can-
male: mat lie sent a letter to tho con
vention positively declining the nninina-
on, nnti now alter lurl ner re lection on
tho subject, ho reiterates hU former
statement and respectfully but positive-
iieennes mo nomination.
He did uot uive :tnv specific reason
for UU declination, but it was evident
roni the lono ot his rem.nks that liiov
e of n business nature.
A mcetlnc of tho Stato Central Com-
mittee is called for tho 20th inst.. to
ike action on tho matter and fill tho
acancy caused by Mr. F.'s retirement.
KEAIIIVHY'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
la the only Known Itemed; fr r.rlht'i Dl
te and li rurrnl erry cn.e t IMirttr le
which ll Ins keen lii ii. InlUllon 1 1 the. Nick
tif the Pladdrr and liifUmniHUnu i.f Itiii hhtije),
Ulccriil.iii tif tho !hlur) mil UlAiUler, leu
lUm of Urlo. llcir of tho I'ro.tnlc diaii.'
Mi.m in the IlUil'Ur, Urmvrl, llrlrk Uu.l ! :l
nd Uncoil or Mllkr ll.cluirce, ei.il for El
(felled unit Illc4la(Jititttulioniif belli brir.
Attended with the following evmptnln.: I.c
if ljtr, Lm at Memnnr, iMBIcuItT i f nrrifi
lug. Woik Krnei. Wkefnlne.e. iVln In t).
Hark. XI inhliit.it lh IVhIjt. Krupil.m nn the Fie
rlltdaiilrnince, lA.tlmiiftnf th Pattern, ri
Tied bjr prraoDi iu the dertae nr ilienee i
life; after ronfliiemellt ur Ubtr jante,teiTwil
llhf In children, etc
In manrafTrrUoM petallar In !.det the E,
'ryrt Itnihit l. nnr(Minfeil ! my titlier rriitady-
In Chhinul or ltcuimun, lrrccuii'M;,
fiiliiti,enrS-i.l,rr..Iiiiiift'til'iuiiry IVaiuntlo:..
O'KcreuM ir 8thlrn: uu if lli-i I'lum, Ltn
corrhita nr Whit.-, t'terillte, ur .1 fi r a I rut.
plaint Incident ti III, K'l. It U lli'irihe
"Vcu'lvelv hy the iwvt eminent ri:ni'nt. en
UMulvii for entechl.'.l nud Oil.ci.tj i
(one uf li.nU text and all wjee. C
SEAItNEY'S KXTIt.HT nillll
'wr,j Htf A llri7 firm .rnfrii
7 UU of Itf'V iUH KU . In a.l tin It l.ii;i. e
.tt'e cxpeuMi, lltthi f r l n chung'j iu iiir, no il
-nnreulenci', auiliiorziiuiuie. It ta - a fit
incut tteeirc, aid rivet rtrrnilli t.i i ri..an
nerehy retuiivtn;; Oii.tmctiotie, Trevi rtl ij nr
Coring hlrlitimt i t (l.o I'n lhrn. Ailnyil.it IV
tnd ltinmmatiim.eo freiueiil luthiA(t .h ( i
'.aeee, andrsiiellin; all 1 nlfju-tne Uiutttr.
urj.tuNitv'.'j KXTitAcr micin
11.09 per hotll i rr tlx h'lt!i a f ir f r iWWeri
to any aildnie. n cure mpi he. rvat:ou. MM h:
dru"rUweiertrh.re. l'ttrierifi l-v
KK flSr.Y ,MH. Hl Inune. Pt . V.
to hom all Ut'er fur Inf.ituatiuu kliu.nl 1
idilrceeed.
AVOID QUACl'3 AND IMPOSTlftt.
Ko Clirgt Ur iJtlco ai.J CuilltUca.
Dr. J. 11 Cri.cliii.loi f.Jf"-- .V.ie
Va'tflt riilladil.lilo, anlhnr vt reverul lelnah
ot.t. ran he cntiaulltril t-n all tH.'-uee f 1:
iezuiiii.rUilni.ry Onriha, (uhieh hi laa ifi
u rcprclal etudy), illurr in malj i r f.i.au t
laiier irnin wuai t'nu.o uii-'iueiu ii-i i
etmidlin. A irLtllra i f K I lie,, i-
in tu treut 5lreaee villi tuctrea. l'ure
htctd. Ci ari.v rree. i-ftl lit. T r"
niru inn firwaril letter i'rfcr!t W't
.id eiii',ulii etamp tu preuy ft'V
tfh'l lui Ue ' i I" Ii'" '. I'r.'
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1.1 VLiLM
Tho United Btatos Bonato.
Tlin tnrmn nf tvrtiiti.at. d....i
,7, , ut-iiuiuia
will oxfilro on tho .1th of next .March,
and their successors will bo chosen
by Legislature) elected this ntitiiiini.
Uf theso Senators, sixteen are Rciub
llcani, namely! Claytnn of Arkan
sas, Logan of Illinois,. Wright of lo
wa, Harvey of Kansas. West orLou.
isltum, Dlitlno (Morrill's successor) of
juniiiu, nil IMVOH ot JMaSBacllllSOltS,
terry or. Mlchlgiiii, Alcorn or Miss
issippi, Hitchcock or Nebraska, Cra
pin orNcw Hampshire, Ficllnghiiyscii
of Now Jersey, Anthony of Rhodo
Islnntl, UobertHon or South Carolina,
andllowo of Wisconsin. Nino nn.
Democrats, namely: Unltlthwattc of
Alabama. Snulsbtiiy of Delaware,
Norwood of Georgin, Slcveiison of
vuiiiuee.v, iiiiusoni in i, Carolina,
Kelly of Oregon, Cooper of Tuunes-
see, .Jimiisioii in irginin, niitl Davis
of West Virginia; nud one mi Indc-
peiiiiciit: i inn 1 1 1 1 an oi lexns. In ad
dion to these, tho now Stnto of Colo.
I'lllln. ivlincn iwtllllna ta In ,l...il.. ...ttl
. ., . ... ...iiiji, in
elect two Senators; and Louisiana
will elect a Senator to fill tho vacan
cy for which riuchback long couten-
nun.
Thus there will Iin ttvnniv..,ii,n
seats to fill by now men next-March.
Tho present Senate Is divided be-
tWOfill flll'IV-LU'n ItlMllllilli.niia li.rnii.
ty-nlno Democrats, utid two Iii'dcpcn.
(lellls, Bivllltf tho Rcilllbllrntis n
majority of eleven. Tho next Senate
will consist of snvpnty-slx Senators.
If the Democrats hold their present
scats and elect ulna others of the
twenty-nlno Senators to bo chosen,
I lien, with n DiMiini'i-.itln Vli.n 1....I.
dent In the chair, thuv will control
tho Upper House of Congress.
When Samuel J. Tildcn'd Michigan
Iron coinp.tny went Into bankruptcy in
1875, it was owing its miners anil labor
ers about S.WHW. Just before lids
event, ami niter It was seen to ho Inev
itable, several of tho honest stockhol
ders nirrccd. provided nil of tho stock
holders would unite, to raise the full ac
count duo tho laborers out ot their pri-
vato funds. It was an honest proposi
tion from men who understand tho
rights and needs of tho men on whoso
labor they had profited. All the stock
holders, save one, agreed to It. That
one refused, and couscmicntlv tho
workmen did not cct their nay. and
have not yet received It, It would havo
cost that man about $1,300 to have paid
his proportion of this honorable and vol
untary assessment It was an honest
debt, but ho lived In New York and
knew the poor workmen could not suo
tor their rights, for thoy had no monoy.
He had. It is said, about 97.0110.000.
and what did ho care for tho sulferings
ami privations ot a lew workmen away
up in tho woods of Mlchiiran. who nee
ded every dollar they could earn? That
man was bamuel J. Tilden, the Wall
street candidate tor president or tho
United States, who now has the sub
lime impudence to claim to be the friend
and benofactor or the laboring men ol
tho nation. St Louis Journal.
The Dlfforonco.
The most serious objection tho Dem
ocrats urge against tiovernor Haes lor
.'resident is that he has not attained tho
irominence Tilden has This obit ction
cdiurcs attention. The hrst (iiiestlon
it raises is as to the kind of promi
nence that is most enviable and coin
monilablu in a candidate. Now wo are
Inrccd to admit ihat Govs Ihtvcs has no
proniincnco whatever as a railroad
wrecker, nor as an author and project
or of Credit Mobiiier Hellenics ror'rob
1)1112 tho people, though Tilden has.
Neither lias hu any prominence as tho
accomplice ot 11111 Tweed in tho Sey
mour election frauds ot 1808. nor any
other Tammany villany, though Tif-
den has. Nor has lib nnv proniincnco
... . -. . . .
us a rtnriuuru copperlicailileclaiiug tho
war a failure nr. J speculating on Wall
street in (he blood and distress of tho
country ; nor has ho any proniincnco as
tho admired if John MorrNse-j, bank
rupt corporations anil slncK-gamlJlers
generally, though Tilden has. Nor has
u any tiroiuiiioiieo us a suecosslul can-
litl.tte lur public ollieo hut oneo in liK
Hotline, ami then eledcil duvcrnur bv
in uiinTtiiiuhms manipulation of votes.
though Tilden has.
About all lint ttov. Hayes has any
prominence fur aro his faithful services
o tho country on tho hold of battle ami
n the councils of the nation. It is tine
ho Indignantly refused to Icavo the
aimy lo inn for ofliec. It is truo that
it the close ol the war Its was tin Ice
leeted to Conjriess, and successively
heat the limit distinguished Democrat"
oflho nation, Thunuan, Pendleton, anil
Hill Allen, for governor of Ohio, nnd
that dining all this long career of pub
lic service, not one word has ever been
uttered Impeaching his character, not
even a breath ot suspicion has sullied
his lair name. Hut his "prominence'' Is
not of tho kind that Tildeu's is, nnd of
course is not ot n character to commend
dm to tho Democratic paitv. Tho dis
tinction is really worthy of noto. l'Hlti-
ots will appreciate it Stato Journal.
ThoPlattsbtinf (Mo.) Lover tells
the funny way lu which a pig broke
up a prayer meeting nt n MethodM
chinch in Hint rily on Wednesday
lit last. A very diminutive hut
noisy ulir. in a very bewildered state.
entered tho church snueallnir iu surh
deafening tones as to render the
voice of tho minister Inaudible
The sexlou nt once proceeded Iu an
attempt to eject tho pig from a place
where pigs arc least wanted, but the
Intruder had no thought of abandon
ing the field, and as Hip vigorous and
athletic sexton dashed down one aisle
the pig went with lightning speed up
auollicr, oceassloiiallv ruiiiil
tug u it-
ucr me uciiciics, annoying die
....... i H.. i .. i . i i ' . . ..
ladies,
amusing tho girls, and destroying en
tirely the solemnity of tho occasion,
Meanwhile tho pastor retained his
speechless gravity iu tho pulpit. Hut
when the pig evinced so much audac
ity as to climb into tno pulpit ana
tnkoup a position beside the pastor,
tho latter fully realized the extremi
ty to which ne was at last reduced,
and Indicated a disposition to rotire,
which purpose was uuanlinously con
curred in by the congregation "
Thnv - Mr aAn-A TI .. . 1 ,
"VJ -... umi ui, uuiimujr
H fAur flnve Aren A linn lw.1 ...... I .. ,n
Robbint' show, escaped from its keeper
.... .. v ........ u ..UU, VIIU Hljl
of a van (wheie it had been kept during
itiu ciiec- uiuv;umui!i) iu us cage, nn
..1 T !... .1 !.!.. - f . .
iiiuniruu jitiu uu iiiuiai ui inn ornw
ll.nl linn.) ll... lrn( It .... . 1
.i.i.v .i, v.. ... iiw., una uupiiiruii
and returned to its cao-n witl,nut jlnttwe
nnydainago. In tho stampede a little
U 1VIII1 CVIIIII.AUI. IIU11I1 nun leu 111 II
nrititilml rnnditlnn. Vn nttim. ..A-lmia
damage was dono. Hopkins Journal
In this county, near I'lllmoro on
Tuesday August 15th 1870, Mrs. Ma
HY C. Kdwahds. aged about H7 venr:
wife of Phincas Edwards, lato clerk
of tho Circuit Court of Androw
county. Her Heath was quite end
den. She was a most worthy nntl cs
tlmablo lady, nn aiTectiouato mother
a goon mcinuor ol society, and leav
behind her a largo clrclo of rclatlv
and friends to mourn her loss, Sho
was tho mother of thirteen children
tho oldest only eighteen years or ago.
who are now tell to rcalizo a moth
cr'tf loss.
To Tho Noroo3 "Stand From
Under."
As tlmo progresses, nnd as clrcum
stunco nud nltcrclap of tho Hamburg
slaughter become moro clearly dclhicd,
we getnt that undercurrent of meaning
which gives tho occasion Its tcrrllj Ing
significance, (.iov. Chambei lain points
this out In his carefully prepared state
ment to tho President, as follows:
In iraped In the HamlmrK mnwm, ns 1
haieani.l, Hie hirl la liuiinesln.nalile Unit ll In.
re.ulleil in great Inimeilmte itlarm nmiiiKlhu
rjilnrt-il ieniili nniltutl Itenuhllrnua inn MhI net.-
Hull of I
the M:lli. -lucllnx ll-nm ml expel iinre
Uiey w ill llila iieenrreliee n hew 1-1 itleiicu of a
tiuriioae in auiijiei lliu lll.ij'llliy ur the Vtltera ot
itiflt vteiutty tu elicit a ilejriee iiflinr n In ku'p
lliiiu Irum Hie hi, i,,i i lerll.ni .lny, ami Hum
rercrau ur atllie the- trite iinlllir ll mire uflhe
itu)ile. Hill the. II tttibillK tiHu-irli.' ti is iru
ilnciil nnnllier rflu t. it hu.. m n limMi-i nt fuel
e.iiHnl n linn In In fun 1 1 1 -- imn nl tmi.t MimiiIi-
lie.ini Here unit thi, niTuIr ut Illinium; M u:tly
tin lifjrlnnlnr uf ei-tit-a of aiiuihir tnre unit
imrtj e.'Ilhloin In niir Kl.lte, llie ilellhi inli' unit
uf uhlrli la liilli Mil lie tin in to ln-lli.. t.ulll enl
alilijilitloil iluitrnnl nil uf thin Htnti, 'tin) eve
Ihenlure, lit llila en nt, Mint lureiih.iiiuua a
tiintp:iin of tiliiml nuil llnletici 1111I1 a c.1111-
iiiiii na is ioiiinttiy huiiuil na tl etiluiMlli cull
ilitcli it on the ".MtaaHMiii .lnn."
Step hy Men wu h.tvu witnessed for
years lids ndvaucliig march of subjuga
tion. "Jim alter anotlier, Slates over
wholmhiglv ltcoiibliean have fallen un
der tho Inlfuenco of orgauly.cd intimida
tion, every movement of llie progress
lieim: nttumlod bv sanguinary it solders.
riots artfully precipitated, murders nud
assassinations for political reason, and
diabollo warnings that the work of
death and terrorism would go on to tho
bitter cud. There has been no Flop
backward. Scarcely havo tho startling
groans of tho dying ccasctl to echo
throughout the country, before tho air
would hu burdened with tho stereo
typed announcement that "tho negtocs
have been taught a lesson." That les
son Is that tho colored people lim-t bo
content to remain in Ignorance, in pov
erty, in helpless ilepondenco upon tho
wniies, in a coiiuuioti oi quasi servi
tude, ami In passive obedience to tho be
hests of tho superior race.
uepresiion ui every niniiitiotn im
pulse, of every manly Instinct, of ev
ery aspiration font higher piano ol life,
ol every attempt to employ tho elcctivo
franchise as a means of sell. regenera
tion, has been molded by tho Southern
whites into n system of lawless meth
ods, inexorable as tho demon of cruelty.
and remorsolcss as a dischargo of mus
ketry.
Tills spirit of diabolism is now pre
Daring to make further dimmest. Tho
overwhelming majority for tub Repub
lican party in Mississippi succumbed
before the trucitlcncy of White Leaguo
intimidation, and the "Mississippi plan"
is now to bo tried upon South (,'aroliua,
in order to reduce its colored vote to a
like siibmUslvciicss. Innocence skulks
nnd hides from threatened vengeance,
as If It were outlawed guilt ; while men
who should bo on trial for murder, and
In danger ol tho death penalty, walk
abroad tinlcarlng, with an erect front
and boastful ot their nimcs. And
what Is tho present object of nil this
hideous lawlessness, appalling and sick
ening to every right-minded person? It
Is to ci mpel the South to bo a unit for
Tilden anil Hendricks In tlto isovemocr
election. Tho South represents 1113 elec
toral votes, Including South Carolina,
so It Is designed to l'orco that State to
wheel Into lino tor tho Domoerattc iick
ct, that not ouo electoral vote may bo
lost to the party of return: tiod avo
tho murk! and only 'ii votes be left to
bo supplied from nil the States of the
North, Such is tho diabolic pro
gramme, llio minion ol llio ht. l.oms piatiorm
Is the word "reform." It is to that dec
laration of principles wh.it a relrain is
to a bong. Hut it rctirc'ciits nothing but
an empty sound. All tho reality is anil
was lutentleil to bo nusent, now can
the substance of reform ever be espe't-
cd Ironi a party that does not lioMtalc to
employ lawlessness and intimidation as
electioneering agencies, and attempts
literally to murder and asassinato its
way into control of tho General Gov
ernment? It is mnekcry of roaonto
suppose that purification of tho civil ser-
ico, or any iiiiprovcinoni m tno mi-
ministration of public all'alrs, cm pos-
nnv proccou iioin a source so unscru
pulous, corrupt, anil ilepraveil. V UU
the South as m.toliT ol tho political sit
nation every step Wi.uhl be lelrograde ;
nothing could advauce but the. insidi
ous . schemes of n ili-liav.il s-otiun, in-
T-() .'O.ltl.
PERFECTION
ATTAINED AT LAST I
A TRIAL will INSURE ITS POPULARITY
KVERVWHERE.
ME SnE SEWING
Wben ones used wilt retala ita
place forever.
WE E20HA1T3E 1IA0HI1TES.
Rend your old-faahlonaxl, enmbereome,
heftTy-runnlnir.ivoinan-kflllncuachIno
t4UB,BWdwew!IlIlowyoti3S for It,
as part payment for one of ours
IT IS CELEBRATED FOR ITS ADVANTAGES,
IN THAT IT IS ONE OF 1HE LARGEST SEWINO
MACHINES MANUFACTURED. ADAPTED ALIKE
TO THE USE OF THE FAMILY OR THE WORK.
SHOP. IT HAS THE LARGEST SHUTTLE. WITH
A BOBBIN THAT HOLDS ALMOST A SPOOL OF
THREAD.
THE SHUTTLE TENSION IS ADIUSTABLE
WITHOUT REMOVING: THE SHUTTLE FROM THE
MACHINE.
THIS MACHIHE IS SO CONSTRUCTED
THAT THE POWER IS APPLIED DIRECTLY
OVER THE NEEDLE, THUS ENABLING IT TO
SEW THE HEAVIEST MATERIAL WITH UN
EQUALED CASE. IT IS VERY SIMPLE IN ITS
CONSTRUCTION, DURABLE AS IRON AND
STEEL CAN MAKE IT, ALL ITS WEARING
PARTS CASE-HARDENED OR STEEL, AND
INOENIOOSLY PROVIDED WITH MEANS FOR
TAKINO UP LOST MOTION, SO WE ARK JUS
TIFIED IN
Warranties Every Maehlae tor 3 Years.
IT IS THE UOHTEST AND EASIEST-RUNNING
.MACHINE IN THE MARKET. ITIS, ALSO, THE
MOST ELABORATELY ORNAMENTED AND
PRETTIEST MACHINE EVER PRODUCED.
WITH ALL THESE ADVANTAGES. IT IS SOLD
FROM 116 TO 125 LESS THAN OTHER FIRST
CLASS MACHINES.
EXCLUSIVE CONTROL OF TERRITORY GIVEN
TO AGENTS.
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
FOR CASH OR ON CREDIT.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND TERMS TO
MSeffisg MacLins Co,,
OSS Jiuclltl Avenue,
ASStU.) CLEVELAND, 0.
HUaTTV? celedrated
UUll 111 UGOLDEN TONGUE
PARLOR ORGANS.
McBsru. Geo 1'. 1 to well A Co, , (S. Y.) New
jmner Itepurttr, t.uii
"Diniol K. Iti-uttv. thi'iirifiiiibiiiltler.of Wflfch-
lngtou, N. J., reuses for w Hid with grtuttut
From Win roid, XI ftnTA VnUt X. .
'Sovtral m mi ttis hip nt ihu t-ltir.int l'urlor Or
enu ou svut me, uulUlk'8 ni" thttt It Ih one of tho
beittmade. It h.4a urlth tunc Ita ttrioun tones
are rvailo plcitstfit. 1 mot lunrtlly recommend
your orgniis lor parlor, church, or other use. '
lleKtuiftreVfr Klven, Money nfuudfil iqinn
return oroicrm and nriiit rii.uges iam oy me,
( I in u lil F. lteutty) both ways If umatUfuctory,
it ft el it tent trinl of Hie tlivn. Ortrun warrauleil
frr lhejenrs. hend lort xtende-lilst of teatiino-
HUU ni-ioru iiuyiiiLT a itarior oigan. Auurvb.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
3Co8 Washington, Kiw Jersey, L'. S. A.
On Inst Thursday evening nn engi
neer on the K. C, St. Joo and C. 11.
H, discovered a man named Itlgncy,
lying on the track only a short ills
taiico before the nppronehlug train.
Intiilitly reversing tho cligli o
he jumped oil", nud ran nnd Jerked the
man oh" tho track only a second be
fore the engine passed, nnd this saved
his life. Koblu engineer I
University of the State of
Missouri.
CuLt'xniA, llooxa t'oi-Mir, Mo., Aug 7, 'TO.
Tu Iht Cltrk of tilt Ar.drew County Conrtl
Sllti"lt lainr tluljr tu Inform ya.il Hint. utt.lt r
llie in.l liloh. nl nn Art uf Hie timem! ...im.
lite. Minimi, it Ainll.1 luTl 11.1.. w i. .. .....
Is;j, i. KH-OUJ, yiillr iMillllly Is e.-tltltlt-al taaiaesial
I" lite ill.iilllllilil f Hie M,ile lti,rsy m
ruliiinliiH ntnl Itnllrt, .luring Hie
lull l, 177, eiu-n inn. lain, Uclw
inr viki iiijc
ft II Hie Age uf
eiMti'ii iutiiiii'eiit).iivi. yi'itra.
ITlnli-r llie rillea il'lonteil Irv llie ll.itie.1 nf I'n
Mlota, atttilinla "atmll p i.ai.ja h K0.iil tiinrnl
cturni'ter, Hint ahull pii.a u aiilfiu'tdrt exmiil
ti.ill in In irtli.ijniili)-, reiillnir, wrlllu, nrltli
niello nuil Beiinrat.liyi" mi l mint tiny the r-a
treicrlheil hy auiil Act, In-ulti On inartlrttla
liitK, tyt ilitlanee lie nf ti n ilollnta, hihI n roil
Unifi'llt fee of IIto itollara ami a like CDlltlnireut
f. i-nlllii- lieKluiilnn unite tiri'onil Imlrtear, ina
Llitit the whole iinntinl cliniKe inrnlr tlullira.
Ihe aeaalon uf Hie neaili'inlu ileiiaitmrnl, umler
tlieiirialileiicytir frealdcut a.mjel a. Lavra, I
,. 1)., bi-Kitta
On the Second Monday in September,
ami continues forty wrcks. The aceilim oftlie
Meilleal ami l.nw l)eiartnuiita brglita on
MONDAY, UCTUIint 2, 1J70.
Careful iim laiiitt lainaite ror the eiturallon of
yoittiK women In nil tho clatara or Ihe UnUeral
11 1 iiml the t leitiilit anil commoillolla "lliiiltou
Miitiaioil" Imalicett aet apari nntl fitittlalieil ai n
Inline f.ir tin-Mi! where, muter the ralotif nil ex
liilirnreit inittnn, hoanl, fuel ami llRhts nlll
be (ilollilnlal .lier Wetk naaliiltif nt OUeta
per ilojen i heiljtcii'la nuil inattreaais u ill he tttr-ul-heil,
oilier uetl.lliijr, towela, Ac, atilite.lll
nteexiiecti'il to ftlrniali lliein.flve.a.
1 lB to call your intention to the aupcmlnl
exlrart tromthu law ou tliia aubjeet.
You Mill tilense, uner (tlvltiK two werLa iiuli
lleiitliiii nl tlilt ri rllHial... tr.tuamlt to ino, ou or
heloicSeiliinher lt, allatol the ii.tim-a ol all
Ihe uiith uf your county who intiml tu in ike
iiiilliiillim fin- intranei. Into the fiilteraiiy nt
the ciitunicuctnieutof the next aeialon.
'It Mich Hat It nut tiaiianilttfil, atmlenti from
other cuttntiea will lie alloweil lo enter iu lien of
thoae to whirl) A our count v iaentltleil.
llonril can lie hail liicludtln the Collot-e Hull
illnra to r male atmlcnla froni H.'a to tl so per
Week In private fontlHe lit $.1 tlOtoSi,.V).
lam, 1 cry rtapccttullryour oli't a. riant,
ltrfllKIIT L TODD.
ftecretarjr lloanl Curatora L'uitcralty of Mo.
I'eront ilealrlnjc to enter the ttrpartmetttt of
w..iruuiii.iij ni vunuuuia or iioua, are
reinlretl tu make known their Intention to me
Oil or liefitre Siilvintu.e 1 . tM?lt
. . K. 1I11AYTOX,
Clerk Cotintr llourt Amlrcw Counly, Mo.
AnifitJt 17, leTi Stvs.
gherlffSalc.
BY VlltTUB AND AL'THOUITY OF A
IiitIrI Kxrrulion lntit- fnm thcorrlcf of
thv Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Awlrt'W Cuuu
ly, Missouri, rcltirnableHt tht Auku'-I Trim,
lt7D. rid Court, unit to iup tliriTlt-tl, tnfaur
of -Joel It.Hch-.-lTtrnn! npnimt .Inckr-yiiTrurK,
HfljcrcA MorrM nixt kfclmnl Morris, I hfitrlrr-U-d
itHti and sf iiftl all the right, title, Intt-rmt
Mini claim of tlivttboTe nitmr J Jar-Aeon Trurx,
Hvbccr-n MorrI tint Ulcharil Morris, tu ami to
the following i.CMTibfHl ral crtttf, uttiutt in
the County of Atitlrt w, and .Slate of MUnotirt,
(uiKiii which the tttbt ami costR mentioned In
aald extcutloit are declaretl to bo a ilcti nml
ctmrKf.) to-wll; The east hair of the north
went quarter of lection twrntr-slx, alto the
outhwrit quarter of the norlnwi'M quartr of
section tWeDty-ttlx, and 71 acrri et irt ot lot
4, of Section twrnty-n ven, all In Townattip M,
of Itange 30. And I will, on
Thursday, the Vlthday of August 1876,
between the hour ol nine o'clock In forenoon,
i.iinmcu civc-.in um ikt rniuin oi inai tiny,
at tin south door nf the Court JIuUe, hi the City
of Nivannnh, County of Andrew, ell theiatne,
or hip much thereof m m.iy ! rt quirt d, nt Tub
lie Vftidiif, to the highest liidder, lur rush in
Imud, to tfttUfy audi ciecullon nnd cfts.
li. II. U,H 1 lilt.
lierllTof Andrew County, llo.
July 27, 1870-lw.
AI)IIXISTKATHIXWTiC!:r
Not K i; s hen b- Kit n tllilt letter nf Milmlll
Utititionou theiiliiteof inlievll t iiini-
bill, tlftvited. liuvebeeii imtntt'd tht undeiJkii-
ed by the I'lolutv eoiiUot Altdrew counly, bt-.ir-
111 H.ile.lllllt' .'I, Ifit:
All lHiHi)iistiiiinir elaimi ni;nlnt snld rfttte
tire ieiuirrd to exhibit them lnntthmitni'e wfth
lu one ear troin tin ilntf of n.tld Ittttrs i-rthty
liiiiv be precluded from ImUnK iiny bt-nfflt of
itu UI tht itet and if mieh eliilius :ir'iiot urenetibfil
within two jrais thev will be tcrt-vor tmrred.
" 1 t-M I- V 4 I'lllllllL'l t
AdminUtrntrtx of .udri-w II. Campbtli, t'lccM.
Auxut K), liCli innlJ
Stray Notice.
Taken tin bv (iconic Williams llvlnrr
lu V:tshiiii;tiin Ti)vnshli, lu .tulruiv
Cttuntv, .Mis.-ouri, on tin) 17lh ihiv nl
.Inly, A. 1)., lbTli. ns n Stray, a rvrtnln
SitrirMIors", scar on the ilht knee,
Miiiill Miir iu thu finohcrnl, fcltoil htTnri',
iihout httecn hiinils hih. sawn years
ctltl. Anpral-i'il at l-'iiity ilullitrs. liv
John 11. Williams nml Alfrutl Kiinnii.
A truo conv Irum mv Strav DouK.
W. II. Vil.SON-.
Justii'o ol tho Tcaco, lor WitshiiiL'ton
Townshi).
Stray Notice.
fTi A K I'N Ir hy F. M. SnnnKi, on prrmWc of
X J. . Kinney. IMtiK in l.ineln Timnthip,
In Andrew L'niintv. Sll-miuri. on tht Atli ittv ur
lune, A. I lh7'i, us u Stray , one liny hor-e,
about 14 tin lid liljrli, altnut tiiurjears old, tiv
iiu-f, it ii nnui luoiumi aiso ivu lure inoi hiiim1,
I'lia M.tek tin to the km en. Idurk nmne and tall.
in otlH-r m.irkr, or Iirumb wirentille Al'praiti
ed nt twenty-live d'lll.irn, (:,), by .John U iUnn
MKI .(IfAItllUIT JIOKHT, ll(J ilUie IIM'll IlllIT
bhoiii for that muium1. A true coin from iny
Mt.iy Itock. JAM IX lll.'ltNS,
luttlceof tlie I'euce, Tor Uncjlu Tp.
June 2ti, '70 iio37 w4.
Notice of Filial Settlement.
NOTK'i; U hereby Riven to till creditor nnd
others Inteii'stid in tin- rittateof Unbelt F,
IVny, tUiiiui'd, lh.it 1, Maitlu V. Murptiy, .U
tiiiiiKtriitor off-aid t-t.ite, intend to niHkc Final
Bi tlh ineiit tin rroi ut Ihe next term of the l'roliate
t'uiirt of Ihe r4)iint of Ainlrew, In the Mute of
Misiourl, to !)' held at Sttwinnah, Mtasouil, ou
tlie lsthdty of September, K.
MA1UIN V. MUlll'JIV, Adm'r.
Aiurint 10, Itf7t-4i41wf
BEATTY'S PARLOJ1
ORGANS.
Ja-a
ELiiO IIXT TVLi:s, Willi Vulnnbla- Im
irotHnrnl.. Nptr nml lti.ailtifnl .Solu Slotis
IVKIt (INK TlllinsANDOrirnnl.-laiiliJ Mllal-
ciana inilm.'ttit'iie nrKatts anirn'Coniinfini them
aasiictuil.v ruiST i;j.m in lune, aicrnan
lam anil ilinulillily Wnrraitteil for aix ycara,
Most Elegant and Latest Improvod.
Haiti limi uwunliil the I1IUI1 KST l'ltEJllUM
in cumiKtitlon n itlt ntltcra for
Simplicity, Durability, Promptness,
AM) PIANO LIKE ACTIOS.
PURE, SWEET, and EVERY BALANCED TONE, OR
CHESTRAL EFFECTS, and INSTANTANEOUS ACCESS
WHICH MAY BE HAD TO THE REEDS,
hi ml for Trice I.lat. AiMrcaa,
DANIEL F. BEATTY.
3f.m3 Wntbln-tta, IN'etv Jurtey, V, S. A
DDIiPI'Vf PARLOR ORGANS
IlellcTing It to Imi ur FA It tfi. Ik at Farkir anil
Orebralral Organ manufacture.!, wa challrDgr
anvmanafacturvrlot.qualth.fn. The celebra
l.d Uolilro Tongue Ueetla in Hill organ in con
Janction wilhthv rcrtrctwl KrrA lioarda, pro.
iluco awerl, pure and powerful tonta. ttaucrb
eaaea of ucw ami elegant tleaigni. Mlnlatera,
chureltea, teaclirn, achnola, luiigel, etc , ahoitlil
aenil lor jirlce Hat nml tliaeounta,
DealiTi will tlml it to lltetrailTantagetn exam
ine llila iuatriitiH.nt It luia in)iroTiitienta futirtl
In no cithi-r. Dorreapouili-nre .oliclteil.
llfatoirvrciertilvi'it, Money refiiu'loil niton
rt-lttrii nt nt iriin ittnl ni-ight cltigea paiitli) )ne,
(Daniel F. Ilt'iitly) Iwllt wi).if lltiaaliatartoty,
alter n teat trial ut flie tl.i)i. Oriran uarrtiiitru
lur aix le.ira. Agenla iliarnitnt giien eiery
w Iteru 1 Itni e no agent. Ab'inla wunteil. Ail-
DANIEL F. BE ATT 5f,
Xmt) Wiiihliislon, rw Jrtar,, U. s. A.
GIVEN AWAY.
JN )lllli:it to Intrniliieeoiir largiteiglil pKe,
llleiaryanil family paper, 'liiKhori jaiii,'
nof New VoiW lA-ilgfr,) eontiiiniiii; Moriea,
'Ilirilllng Ailvi iitiiii j, Wit, Humor, Poetry, !,.
Ac, we will neiitl it on dial, l luonllts, for
only fill ela., anil lo every auliacrlber, we will
aeml liyuiail, iioatrtgcirepali1, oneofourMiM
MIITli STAillOKllV PACK All US, contain
ing lialiecla note liuper, l'Igooil Hmeloiea, one
fooil leail lii'ltell, 1 wwtt Pen lioiiter, '2 gootl attet
ena, 1 relelirateil icolilett fottntuin piu Mrlte.
Iialfan hour at one lining 1 blank bonL, 1 Oml
rtiotograi'ti ofti beatnlliii wonuin. anil a allien
iliil pleee iiriini.t) I'j.ATKn.jKvvr.LUY. .Inetllillik
ot It nil Ihe aliole arlieUa inau elegiint paekel,
nml un excellent littrury paper aix ntoitllia tor
ouly ui rents, Tryll. You areauteto gel more
pmila than you t ier hough! before lor the pure.
1'lte paper nlnue ia mure ttinu worlli the iiiuni-v.
heniluaacliib of live aubaeriliera ami we it 1)1
ai'iplyotiuu extru ropy lor six month ami an ex
tra package. Setnl money by 1. O. Onler or
IttKialtreij I.iUif at our risk, bainpte copies of
wjnr bint on receipt ol lOrenti.. Agetita naut
ili AilUnsa W. M, UL'HHOW,
D3anl V.O.UoxiS, Uriatol, Ttan,
THE HARRISON PATENT COMBINATION KITCHEN SAFEj
WOMAN'S IIEIsriD
HOUSEKEEPER'S
Tin: Mosr ui:t'ci. itoisDiiui.n invkntiox of 1111: ai.i: 1
MONEY HAV1WI!.
'i'KAll'I'lH WAVIiST( ! ! fl
OVER 1,500 SOLD IN TWELVE MONTHS I ! II
SATIvFAt'lDS llU.tt.NIi:i:i) Oil I'l.'ltt
VALLEY JnOVELTY WORKS
mom: I'ltoi'itiinoits ami st avitaci tMtr.ns, M
tsa?. Joseph, 3vro
DRY GOODS!
CASH HOUSE!
Tho l'lihllo will find a good assortment
of
Dry Goods,
Notions,
Boots, Shoes.
Quecnswnre
Glassware,
VCa, &C.,
AT TI1K ST01EK OF
R M. MITCHELL,
SOUTH-WEST CORNEli
OF PUBLIC SQUARE,
SAVANNAH, MO.,
Prices as Low as any
House in tho "West.
Cash buyers will And it to
their Interest to examine
ray Stock.
E. OT. METCHEBjUj.
Savannah, April :ioth, 1.H7.).
William Frodsham,
Dealer in
WATCH US
CLOCKS,
sjLi'jjnKUtj;,
JEWELRl7
7
lKl'AIIM.N't! neatly ami prnniiitl.i
vxi-t'titiil. NutlU villi. Hit .n Hi'.
SJ. AS.Vll 3111
"T.P.& W." Rotfk
'OM!'Cr.I OK TIIK
Toledo, Peoria it Warsaw Railwr-,
Cincinnati, Lafayette & Chicago ?:.R.
Indianapolis, Ciiui, & Lafayette rt.R.
la thi: niitixT itorii:rinm
BUHLINQTOW, KEOKUK, AND
PEOKIA
LAFAYETTE INDIANAPOLIS
CINCINNATI
LOUISVILLE NASEIVILLB
MEMPHIS
COLUMBUS NEWAItK
ZANESVILLE
PITTSBURG WASIIINTON
BALTIMORE
PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK
BOSTON
CHICAGO.DETROIT TOLEDO CLEVELAND, BUrfAlO,
Ami to nil l'ulnta In the
EAST, 150UTH AND SOUTHEAST.
Thenttt-utton ol the traMllntl ph Ifl mlld
to tin tollonliiK Bitpeilor ud..uilKf.v Jlered li)
tins INute;
UnrlfaUd far Speed and H(er TJtrellel
In 1 f l'qitlpnient..! MognU.tf Fmckl
Krw HterlllnlU! LtuuiUai Hetlinlug
Chair t'r! .Mlllerriatfarmt Weil
lnxhove Air lSruttrt
And in fact tery moitein appliaure "Whlrli i
eitU'ulatiil toliicieuee tlie eomtoit and tuhty ol
riWHenzers.
liiHi)tk'entMeeiiln(r'iiri) are run on nlglil
trains, j-pli inlid On) I thichiH on day train to
Chicago ami elegant UielhihiK (1Mr Cart on
eientnjr Iralnit. lo IMH AA1'0L1S and UN
CIN.ATI withaot rlianc.
Ity UiU tout' pad-en;i'iii will amid dflayn and
dlnitgrei able Omnibus traiibti-ra through lantc
cttlea, which nmkea It ettpeeially deelrabtu lot
old people and thoe not ueeuitoined to timil
Ing nml for Ijullef lraelin abni. Hcntlenian
ly and courteous itutlurt'jra of thin route an- tl
wa ready to itntleipate theutinHofpaHdvDKera
ThrouKh Tlckta can be obtala 5 1 at the onlce
ot all conmutlDg llottda. Unxgngv checked
through.
lie ure and aak for llrkela reaillng, la "T.,
I'. A HV Uoute, fromtlurlington. Keokuk oi
l'eorla.
A. L. lIOrRITIft. nectftar )
II. V. TOW1HKRFID, ClfMcral reerla, III,
raaaeaieraad Tlckit Agtat! J
Kor further Information In regard to Frtlgld
orlVasenger l)ultu-K. uddrtaai
VV. J?. ORTJMPTON,
Gonornl Wostor Atroct,
101 Main Street,
lll'iU.IMilu.N; IOWA.
IMi I, 'T6 nolo- -tf.
i:a:nlillaliril In fvHi,
'Ihe lieal nml muxt In-ttllljf pill lor oltl.iii tt.itv in
iimi. No ollu r pitt'lor or-in hiti eiir iiil.tinul
the tanti- pitptil.trltv
It h.ta lueti lialtil hy tlioltiiiiiiilt, m.nny of n m
rniiiiiiinijiiil).-is, umlKliea uiiiuia.il e.ul-lac-lliitt
to llll.
'ihe mtialr la itil.tptiil to I tic liuinim lolct',
rilllKllltf Ironi llie aollml lluti-. ikf iiiile Iimi lol
ittiH'otMitinil uiftirpiuml hy nnj I n l ritiiuii t .
'llila linlllilii.nl I,. i. nil Ui,. IjIim fin i,i,ii r
inenta, ami inrj in gnu la Hilly uiirinniul for
el.viinra. l.atKe oil pi.ll.lt, hi it-L muIiiui pan
iletlrJirra, Ihul will ii,.t t.'IIACK or WAKI', nuil
lolina, 111 llilillll'ill In n Ppli'llilui Inallltllliut of
inttalc, u It ii u : t ' ii I pine uf luriiiltire.
'lliiaot'n lii-eila olil tu lie m tu to he nppre
clattil, tli'l la aiilil nt iMiuiuly low llulllia lor
' pecuiul-liuiul Inatiiiuuiita tiiLin In e
CliaitKe. Aeiitta Mitnleil, mule or fimtlo, in eury
county lu llie t Mill. I Mat. a lltt.l tun M l. A
llliirul tllainllnl limili' lo li'tiilieia, luitiUli'la,
clinrtliio, arliiiula, luilia etc., Mlii-iv e liule
noiiKeiita. llliiatrittilriitiiliiguu unit prlcvll.l
flte. rirreaponihlli-e Milli-ileil. AKt'll (Ha
ciiiitit niitn tiirultere I luve no n'iiila. Ileal
oiler el er till en now ttailv. Ail'treas,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
SCii.8 M'ahlugtau, Nvv Jeuty, U, S. A.
HUflTTV? PARLOR ORGANS
UJUill u u
INDISPENSIBLE !
"LiA 13( )1 1 SAVING- ll
11 ASF, MDM.V ItllKl XDKIII ADIIItHh.S, I
$100,OOOloan
nv MfnnnrB'n tiiuuc.
nl 10 PER CENT. INTEREST, roil
Inll iniili;.l luirliuiliir., uil.lif.f oao. Wll
' lUiiiiow, llniikira, L'orttliiit. lima tl
111111I7, Mo, n
O UAccnnrn
vy. vv rvooiVI cn. I
Drain In ant ntnufaclultr of
FURNITURE
And Motallio COFFINS,
Xorth Side the Square, Savannah,
(lutlt. tlirci story tiriuk.)
nOl'l'MNS OF AI.I. SIX.KS KKl'T
J nn himd I tilnikcriirimitimtly un tiHtid 1 I
tarKf ijitriiitlly ot thrift ft fUilltj of lurnUe r lu I
maHfuuv tirtude ofluritltiirr d.-idred. (iive ut I
ncmi. 1 eiin 11111 ne umieMoltl ur ttnyuii
wf,l nfthe MliHbofpld.
531 here ruuulvHit tonne one lie round u
tvl niffht at my old n tddem-c. rrudy to eU cot
uim rrnny mooriuiiM niucail.
BEATTY.
PIANO
Grand Squaro and UpriKht.
Finm litn. K. l.t tclirr, Itiii ol Win. 11, tatclier
. urn. itntikrra, rai.tli., Ulit'i.
" f rii i'lliil tin- nlanii anil IhltiL il a t.rv
llnr ti.tifil inn. out It.. ti- Wiiltcilii nimrt lint, to
Bin It n iin .il ,.. trjiiiiMi.hii Hunt in fator
in 11 nt. iiii in.. i limit nivi ll "
.l.ilni- It Hl.iHii. 1. .j , l.ilanl-vill,., lll.,aaaai
' ' I lip II. .ill I'liin.i k. i imiIivi -1 ntiri- ii.-
I li M..II "
A :i n1-Miititul. -i n l t .1' i-.it ili.pn-. AiMiym,
IM.MKJj r . I5IJATT1,
.Um- Wii. Illusion, Vnv Jr a.)-, I'
9
S. .1,
Milk
ii wv in
"HI Un i llei'I"
.ii:k to
. tint; In
uild Wihh
t l.riui-
TO lit'i'. Un. i 'it to Mattiiue ninui.il. .
II N M llnllii.il nl lieitllu,.it New
' rl"rI13irP. ."..l li n..'lti.li.ii' li-lnttllea )l.iiiaa,l
, ll.lltl." l,u ,.,.,., , nl ir Miihil rii-l I
iiiopi- lililu - intll Altl) A-tll.I llll.N.il
,1 ' ... . .1111,1 11.11. J l.llll.ll lll,l I , 1 .! .Ill III
.-lilt Hi. il Inn tut. ii 1 1 iclt ti .lil.illnn tut tiiiitnrnlila)
iMlnltti ' itii.l j.r. - il l.tll nlJtil J.
'i l 1 -i 1 i 1 i H
lo thr Anrkliii f iii-w. , ( mi fuiiiUh u
I 1)1 I ill, III. I.I 111 H till ll I II 1 'III lUlL.ll .!- I.I I I'M
I M J . in i ur i n I pi'iifilii -, u itli.iit In ii.'jf nwar
, iin m In hi im r uijht. tt n ui-ntid lu evi ijr
i.ui mi't 1 4,niit i titkt Milc-i-i :.im tor 11m
t nl. nn ii. 1 i.i ui.!, tin' l.tri:. f fiii'li.'.itlon in tti' I
ii'ii.t-tit. ii'i'.ui-, i.t rniriinii-'i hlt-LrNiitlv
tl'f-ll ilni; l. ilii-nnlv v H't- Mltl' 't It- ItfC-
..i.i i- . 1. 1 :. ..,tt' , r 1- I ii I r h eniiiid !
i-l Willi ll. ui mi-.) t ,tr I In' I. nut Lht
I I i . 'ii it l-lii' nl. I ..hi i i- iitlU IMiMh.Ui.l In ilf
'i.il 1" ' i . I it 1 1 v ,t ir - it 'Ihu wh-df iffipl
In I a 1 1 nt i'l'i it hi t hi ii i niuttn ( etitinniHl
' llhttid.i , ni.d uui.l lo kimw ittl it 1 m ti 1 1 It. An
! i n k un p.iiri .ur i i.i' oh iiraTinr pit tuiiiui pr
ui l lii-i to r-.u h Mib-n ivM r 1 1 1 i ntiltrd''li
it im utbiitiK t- ut Iht- Out- Hiinttifdlh .iiuirra
r o the Indi ix imUiut ot Ihe I'lillid Muleo.'
a.7.1' -'.tlH Ml Ilirlll H. Alll tllll-f'lll tia i.Illa i. kllf,
eestiui iti( nt, loi tail hiiuw tin -Kpi-rnnipirture
and Irnuhrd-i nt ubMllbl ih nu- -a.y nhlatntd
nrei w hi re. llieir i no bu-incft that Mill pay
like ihU at iTi -i nl. We htm nimv amenta m ho
aii'lhsiklitLt j hlh a- tu. lit) ddlar perda) aud
iiiwiini aX.w it iiif linn nojri in-i.n . it,e
rrifrnbt r II cott iiottiux t t?He Ihe 1ntji tit-Ki i
C i uil . .si nd f.ir niir (-ireul ir i. tfi hh. m-d khih
pie eopy id pupfi , which nn iit Ine to.ull nho
apl'l) ( do ll to-d.iy. ('omplfle outfit fre to
tho-i who d eide to i naK'e l':nitui ami nu'-fii.tiili-.,
mid Hit J i koiih ittd d.tti'fhti'itt make tho
ini nt, oi a.' n m Atlili(H
llll. ( I.NII..NMAI, u: OKI),
."t.i. roiiltind Maine
A if'fp.lv tind radical curt
hjr Rupt'trt er Aernit, im
tits TuJsoh tint ft. i af tri.
vfnt. A toVdcurtcr tiafit, tWM or write tJ
xir. iuasoa7J5 -uttHutftrstt,M, i.ihij, Ai,
Dr. Whittier,
617 St. Charlt street, St. Louli, Mo.
A rnlir tr4otaisriTO HtMlctl fcllssj-M, hiilwa Vrf
rtf ifrtl Id iht rUl tHinirnt ( t,l VeQsral, CtnUaU
andWiroDio uiaeaaea ltio ay thr ritnriib
laoultf, M citj r-apri thaw, Li all lt rml&tiiU Imvw,
Syphllia Qon&rrrtos, Olett. Strictur. Of
Chili, Harnia, or Rupture all Urinary Diiatttt
and Syphihtio or mercurial fftctloo of tha
Ihroat, akin or b"nt, r iretu4 vita ugrrtBw4
Mmm litt Kl(kUfl frlncljika SMj, rriTitrlj,
Spermaforrhona, Sexual Debility and Impel
acy, ti tb rtult of Silt kbilD jotub, awDal tnuM
UnititurirTeari.or olber ', a, chI wljUi prJwn ttmt
Of tb foltaiWlDf OtTonUI tnrouiMM, IXIuUkl CDllMlaMa,
dibllUr,dlinijcaltcbt, deracUtt lULfawj, tpir4a ta
favot, (bjlkaldrt7,ftfwfLeD Uaoiitfrmtl,caTuH
r Itlraa, ofMiMaU pr, tie., riutliritif uarrtM
ltnrroprTniihppr,rarrij.iiljcurl. fcmaaM
tJ (ii) rthulBf la um itofi, Mit la mted snTtki,
aWtwo paatac nunpc CtaiulutUri t, tDc or by Ma
trra, aaj Uvtwi, a rrtaoAy talk bUoplaloa cottt kUia4.
Vara tl f loeoOTcmlauii M vlitt Un city ar IMuA
ntdulnat b mdI by trprtati or nail t try wbrrt. L'mw
hhtamunata,tmoutttititiliUrrMitra4e4.
Uffict ami 9 A. 11.10 II. M. Munaj., 11 M.Wl r.it.
IHmpiiUl, to any addroMi for Two SUmpt.
MANHOOD Ml 'THbiXW
WOMANHOOD rV.,,Viont:,u
flent Malod. all lhrefl,for 80 Canta.
Manhood aad W.aunka.d la Usrman, balk
ojaUi.r, Illaatratad, IS Caati. - m
MARRIAGE I 38
zm. i GUIDE.
Xla-amaiothaodinWadiii. Sealed for aOo.
Ovar any t4 awful aa piotMru, um to UU f twvialta
lb MWvtaf iatt4ti lis B ay Miry. UaH, aby.
rrofMT io a.rry, XTtauury tru, MUInO, Wmi
m4, rbyataal alacar Tba ttTceU aftfllbwy aal faav
tuiabMltlMrry i Batururhl hafhMaa say ta lataM.
auiriodVevftfanMaJlaf aMrrlMaabMUmllt.
AnralltVlairt.citi'alIu,rifriiA busuaa vn aaj
Mara ttfljlcUoa. fl Mf bt lo ba rtarj br all advli frMi.
than lockea up, b UU uwi ot ioat.aa Ii la aatnki
r r rcaJluf. It etiiatna tbe en-am of urdloai litatr
atnro,laiiHjLtiralbLrvaiuaarki'Dararraet.a,aailwrtb
to aay a Lo i.1 (If u U a careful bcnioal. tea Umaa
Ita eoi'a.
1 eput.r edition, um ai abort, bnl rpr eorrr.MO pacea,
Oacooubybihll. Cheaivwi (uod iua ta Aatnc. rae
ntliLf taJJroa, tuoMLg auotrnt,
DR. VHITTIER,
CI7 St. Charlet street, St. Louis, Mo.
Dr.,
Jacnues.Ms
705 Ohootnut St.. St. Louis. Mo.
rmtlanfff toaflbr BKLIABU3 RFECIAL TOSATt
IJttJTIa allb&CliUT aud UUlNAltY SUeaaaa.
CliwadfitniCLl.odiii'.kH.acauMj ly auarat bablta afTaaUi
ft tbteteaei of lii'rrparaaiitii aa BperinatoVrboaa.
eemlnal .LoaHa. Ilfrvoua Ikbtllty, BierUltr.Iiaa
twleoee, an4 tlw IrdUaairwua tdn,u, acakaoaoraiia Ias4
body, aervcii.iicaa, dro4of fulur, lrritUlliylla4i4Miia,
tUr ateotjj Cut,akaUi?tHo, lneniiu,ltj ft aoelaly aaiuarTtatia
or luoct'k. lo l'Uiiufi blato tw rator km atautllng ttm al
aiCCt, Uonen hoea. BiiiOtm a and Byptulla (aJl fpml
a JmUuiI lilMrai. inifiniil vital C rcuti, aiouih, throti.
alio, ., Wi3 UANCUn&aaMyau4trriaaauUr.
Tbpuaaall cf jatli,iiu furtal ly w, stHtld ao iaaury, Onr
IblrtyyfararirtM-U'r.aiidbulLi KraJuautcfm'ral ndial
coIUsm, bna caruid ua ab UI atil aiparlmca, aaaa hI
advtta itui irvaiuiuot aerurcly and prhatrly t Mi-aona al
a dlMim a I'tirrL-vianadLDaa anil couaultalU a trvn. PrlTala
Jlt-Uioal Ouldaattu la healed envalope lur i iubm,
BOOK OF NATURE,
nooUili.li( 143 rl aud a tiaubar tf Sua wgtailnia.
Ltrry 1-aitKiuorU-Ui anei, ao 1 mlcUI! tbia eouunarUU
tuft nimbi". Uut I havt ll la icir ailvaiadiaaar. StMaa
af Urine luun. ana Miilulutt Iht vlr of tnobo4 aa4
wnoiautrXii. fii'i'tiidiivtiiia bow to bat kaallby, baaaU4
(Llidriti. Caruftil D'ftdic.l adka and luaoy wall trtod t
aerlrtloua for ita inoldt-Lta of tafly nariled III. Caot.
iMuivly araled, (poat palJ) ta any 4irt for 88 aa-ata.
Adirt-ti, Dr. Jaoquoa. Oaatrxl ltHlwwl liiuUUitaa.
IM CUwiout lUiwi, fct. i-ou ia-o.
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