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If. M. TAYLOIl, SAVANNAH, MO., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1876. VOL. VI, NO. 9 Kdttor unil Ii-oprfotor. The Andrew SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. ATTOKNKYS. J. A. SAXIIKKS, Itorney and Counselor at Law, lAli. iitvr V'.iriiii rM Hank. Lae buuro frnm li U, M., and from t to a i HA ASH WlIJ.t AMS. Atltorntcl at Law. tvHtiiitili, Mo. Oitlcprv-r S.tvntih Hut nmiiimori. n in pntrnce in uir imn oi irw at)ti unjoining commr lnnrxii T HHV N, attorney at law, will unit let r , m Ail mvcounf ii on n item Miioitri cm ittfiilion ttUfU lotiiihif In ttii rniitit; Iiirvuait cojru. uuictj over iimm t' 7 KIN (1. M.Uii!.4. flltomrr.it.UiT. XVII ItrtMiu't nil limn" mtniflMi it nin, nptly nl cm fully Usn b Imind at hi ie. ii n tiKirfl, i v ij iiQurf rai oi m ro'i "i rt.tftn1i. Mo 21 11AKKKY, &e. C MIKDItK K. i:aa?lj li.iV.ry. centre , ilitnr)' ami rfatiiiir.int, H Meol tin i. I'jt-tlt tumUlm! on liurt notke. i" I O I'. SiTatinah IxIkp, No 11. HiMimuih, Mil, nn-fii rrr; H'KSUIV KV KMMlt at Ul rVlliir Hull. .imrlli(iFt corner I'ubllr Hiuurr All hiMiilirof thiMinlvi t.l dlu.i.lli. rldlllsitr I ha jll ni ..! lull I til IUf-1 nllll M H .1. U U INXOI. II, S. 11 1 liUi, HvC jot MAitiMI -.amuiiHli Lmlifr. No. 71 r.s ttunij HiiMr.li tiiuittli.nl 7 u't'luri r ni 411 limlhrr. In cuoil stai.illui; mi- friUr- iuritntto tlsil ut. II X. II Wt'lllMI. IV. M. W..lnr, "i-c'r. TKS HIASKI.IS l.(MMiK. No KM. A llr'.AA M.. inert flra? Miitimloy lit Kiti m tit Mi . ni In 4 . v . All hriiihoi In luiMltlfluutf are rtift-r.iullr imilYd to lit -MM Ii. MtMn . n 31 V MlFatiMrY. Hff'V. ANN" A II ItOYAl. AUUI CIlAI'TKIt, No Mi'il lu rti!iiIurl(inucui.on(iii Ihrtrr- hurmlMy of uii'h inofilli, ut 7 l m, ana on i 'ltuiritiv ut In a r. All ( Jtnimnluti l Vrc!i M Hon nrr linih-a Ik met I wltii us H . S. IVI I.I.-.. II I'. E. McKINNEY'S lAtinoiiuccmciil I l tn Hi i:lrinn-lv Ifttv)i.il f-tAl of tht ttutc I'll via i.ir un .iiutiiiiioiu inj A. E. McKINNEY, St. Joseph. To, bv l .(Mt to Mt'tirp irrintUfif cvrrv 1p lion, l iliiit their own oRt m. inJ hive liitftl in nflVr rur!i In luc.'iii'otrt tn Hrj 1 rr ii .thj vi r'liip mi m l ie I. H4 Mile lint Itffli L.IHIW 11 ill nilllV U WkI'. Ir. biuI from imtv until Jd.111.1r1 1-t trill ly cflTt-r uuny Illicit f kmmU at IttUil, nt rnrv iiiiiii ouiir in r u 111 jmhi 1 ir uic CX1 I IN 1 1) M IIUTl' IltlK, uui utli Wliich a Visit to E. IVickinney's WiLI. DEMONSTRATE. It wtW known fact that McKlXKKV iiilccrlum limitnun but what he 1 (i to the letter, tie Quote omu l few nj'the lianjn ins that ht will Innn Mil ilUc, unlit January linlnril I'i hits 'it! por yard IisiImIh .Miii-Hii. :it Ilk- lift- vnnl. iihu iiimii .MUiiin, ni ' per y.iul. M11. ni 111. L'U, Tii, To nntl ;c. Won! (.iikluiurcs ut Cj To, 80, 00 1. 0i, kver flu:ikiugs, at f 2 25, 13 00 In llcrjir'nfk, at SO, hb, CO, 65, 75. 10 I'.MllS. II l-lami.'ts, nt 171, 20, 25, 221, 25 I'i t'i'iiti. it.- l liinmK 171, 20. 25. 30 &:' hy Flaniii-W. 15, 174, 20,221 & 2oc. Kill'' i- lnniH'l. 20. 221 unil un. I. Wliile, Ulue ami (iri v Twillt-t I I'M. Ini.'ls at Wonileiliil Low IVIrci ilri'ii's Kur Sri. 75, H5 nml 1 00. lion' Fur Sets at $2 50, $300, $1 00 h on, lilrrn's liite Fur Cain, 40e. ;lu MiawH, 5H, .e, 91 ('0 to oil Ilile SlmwN. All Wool. $3 50 & up. U'-i I'liiaks, i?y 1.1 to ltl (HI & till. ill mil's Tnhlo Linens from 35 to Mini, itiul up. l; r.nlcs loweini!?. troiu o 10 1110 In! nml up. Irraiics N.inklns. from 35c to 82 50 w ' Zen mm up. lie Wool lll.mkct, at 82 25 to liml up. less Goods and Silks At the Lowest Priooa P IN 29 YEARS. Mi Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons, is Trimmings, Button Frin ges, and tonets in breat Variety. IIOLLIDAY DEPOT, IS NOW OPES llmi.i KvirMliine lli-.ulllul, I'.clnl, Or- Iiiihi .nil cikstimiiv uriiiruiiie lur Mll'lty I TrlH HIS. Hllieil UD1TUI privT IU taUll IIIU 1II1IU.. ESS MAKING, I Department lius nrorcil a Rre.it . OUllDHKSS. AIAKKH Is ac TjjcI to bo ono ol tlio 1110-t Tal ModlKto ami Designer in tlio it I .States. jMding Tronsoaus a Specialty. i gu.r.uuni m n nuiiiii'U 111 me High- r.i i ie 01 nil rd to Bo odtjlefo Inr Frio Irth of Uoodt jQefore ICuow mi uu rnott in the City Don't Fail to Call, ipt Attention (livcu to Orders. u E. McKINNEY, ST. JOSEpn. Missouni, Id our paper. 1 Hardy's Hall Christmas night. Iprlee fur hogs lh s week has boon b. to Ale. r. A. FlstlF.ii. ol Chicago, is in n this week. Kiima A. Mourns Is visiting in St. Joseph this week. A. I. u. ' ula tire uS I ..A p to go to St, Joo to trado with fccy. MelCliiney'a announcement In - column. t forget to attend tho Hall and I CbriMuia night. Wc neliuiwleilgo tlio receipt of a let ter mini w. E. Cliuto. Uuvn't room ''lis week. Lven tody will po tn the Hall nml f'onecrt given by tlie t'nnuiia!i Cornet Hand. Ifyouimvo nnytliln;? In tlio way of real or pergonal property, learii it in the lninils of(Jco. E. Kln; & Co. Wo hear their Ii gient excitement In -Jf. Joe over tlio llnrynlns in Dry Goods that McKlnncy In nfferlnir. TllK Advance pi oieclus. Is belli); received with much fuvor by the peoplu of I he Com:! y. The lai't'eft stock of Drue. Hooki, btationart and notions nt II.l). Sur enti. Xick Wukn, K. S, Xklson and W. 1. Kinii, niperlntcnd the Sle clmiilcal ilepnrtiimul of our paper. S. Gr.lur.ti Ksii. an estimable mcr chant of St. Joseph, Malts in with us toll vcek ns n subset ibcr ol our per O. I. Falls, of Alt. Ayr, Iowa, has been nttcndtng coiut at this placo lu1 the luM two oek. Tlio trial of the cine of Sirs. Il.iMrlt, against the city of St. Jieph, resulted in a verdict of $500 In fuvor of the plalutiir. A. S. Doixii: Ksq., passed through our low 11 on Tuedny cntonlc for St Joseph, to lay in a holiday stock 01 goods. 0 aeKuowlevlcro tlie receipt ol n very inteie.stlnj,' letter Irom T. W .Maekie ol Siieiid.in Oregon, and wc re gret very much that wo havo not the sjiaeo lor Its publication this week. ... Tlieie. will bo a grand concert and ball glu'n by tlio Savannah Comet H ind in Smamrih, at Hardy's Hall, on Chrl-tmas night. Let everybody at tend. 1 Knicki:iiiai'Ki:ii of Fillmore, tuts been n sojourner lu our town for a lew iIiivh, he- has been looking utter the Interest ol his clients. Scurlct fever is sniuewhat preva lent in the 11 1. v, and is interfering materially with I lie. attendance ut our public sthriol. Smith & Jonku are Hturtiugoiit Willi a liiigc writing class and (he prospects arc that it will be much larger than any heretofore. Wi: are greatly obliged to the many friends who havo expressed their friendship anil approval of our en ter prise. Wo liopc to be ublo to merit nil favors chnwn us. A Chicago congregation pricked up Its years when thu minister said. "I hnvc hind to sell," but dropped oil' to sleep again when he added, "the beautiful land un hiu'h." Ik you wish to exchange vour farm for city piopcrly, a stock of goods, or any thing of that kind, lenvo it in the hauiU of licorge E, King & Co. Mr. & Mrs. 8. 11, llryaut and fam ily, of Crab Orchard Ivy., arrived in Savannah on Tuesday evening, and ! arc now the guests of Dr, W. II. llivaiit. Quartcily met ting will be held at tho Sixth M. E. Church Saturday evening and Sunday. December lCth and 17th. Thu public is cordially in vited to attend. W. 11. Elv, who has distinguished hluisell In our county as a fruit raiser. was iu to scu us Tuesday, Ho lelt his bean-Mies, and promises to aid us in 1 our enterprise. David Watts of Cherry Grove neigh borhood was a vMtor in our sanctum. Says ho will glvo tho now paper n fair trial. Rev A. CttGann is liiuplnir nrouiid this week, rridny morning wliile feed ing cattle, ho fell and seriously sprained his ankle. "We" this week use Fliend Taylor's patent Inside. Next week yon will re echo n paper with both sides printed nt home, lull ot local and general news. The St Chirles Hotel has bcencrowd cd to Its utmost capacity for the past- two weeks. Chmley Harbour knows how to treat his friends, aud tiiey stick to him pretty well. J. M. Shearer desires to annouueo to his old friends in tho vicinity cf tho l'latto river, that ho has opend out a restaurant ana grocery store near tho old Depot. See his adveillscmcnt else where Tho winter season Is tho timo to lay lu "backlogs," and some of our young folks are concluding accordingly. On last Friday, Mr. Ed. Glnthcr and Miss. Magglolllalrweie united in tho holy bonds of matrimony. Tho liev. J. C. Gann officiating. Tho prolonged suspense regarding tho result of tho elcctiou Is wor.'ilng to tho temporary Injury of business. Even-. body's attention Is engrossed In tho po litical situation, and the prevalont unx loty Interferes with the progress of trade. Dr. G. II. Davenport, our coroner elect, heart his honors very meekly, Speaks to his friend Just Iho same as usual, and ho differs from many officers elected, he has a kind a grateful feel Ing for tho people, who havo thus shown him prefcicnce. ;It will not"cost you anything to put your farms on our list, If It Is not sold, no charges aro niadu unless a salu is effected., Cnpt. M. I. Coach of St Joe, wants another ear lord ol horses for Cheyenne. We propose to giro tlio people of A urov C'ointy a g"ud local paper, and to labor hard to civo thu counlv as good a representation nhroad, and to accomplish this we ask the people to suhseribo tor our inner, for them selves and eastern friends. The Saturday Kcvlcw, Is rcclevlng conipl iiioiila at horn and fro a abroad, and we should feet that wc aro dircleet in duty If we did not mention its mer its to our readers. It is a newsy sprightly sheet, printed on elegant pa- jier, and should bo iu every family lu Northwest Mo. An Irishman being n little fuddled was asked what was his religious be lief. "Is it mo belnlo jo'd be nsklng about?" said ho. "It,s the sumo as the Wnldy llrnly. I owe; her twel.o shillings lor whisky, and she hclavcs I'll ulvcr pay her; and faith that's my helale too." W. S. Stakii, will lake potscsslou of the Shcrinv OUIcc on Mondav, the 18th iut. Mr. Carter did not gel possession until after the December lerin of court, nml Mr. Sinrr per mils him to hold over n fow dnvs, In ojder lu make the mailer sutibfacto- ry all around. 0 1:0. T. IIhyan, will take his po sition as Judge of the l'l-obato Court, 011 the llrst of Jnmitirv next. Georiru has earned for himself a good reputa tion ns 11 lawyer, and gentleman, ami t lie people may be nssuicd that the duties of thu ollieu will bo well executed. -- On last Sunday. December 3d. Mr. and Mrs. William Kunkcl were called to inoiirn tiui los of their litllu dnu 'li ter, Ilatlie Hello Knnkel, aged eight years. Mie was buried on Monday at .Nickels' (iiovo. The l'l'iinstlvnuia Transportation Company are soon to commencu the work of laving pipe to convey nil from I he oil regions of Pennsylvania to the seaboard, n distance of 300 miles. It is the greatest enterprise of tlii; kind ever undertaken. You must have seen that young man. small iu stature and with a blonde miu taehe, In our) town for the last two weeks, that's Morseman, C. A. Mcrsn- man (ho railroad lawyer of St. Joseph, a clever gentleman not withstanding nil that, and a good lawver, or ho would not bo lu thu employ of the road. Sosik of the ladles of our town arc circulating u petition, praying for mi amendment to the Constitution of I ho United States, striking out the article which provides that 110110 but males shall vole. The women have lived under llio constitution a centu ry, and wo aro of (lie opinion they can another ut least, wc arc willing they should try, Mr. Hat ion Garvin, of tho vicinity or Amar.onia, ono ol our pilucip.il Fruit liaising Farmers, presented us 011 S it- urd.1yl.1st willi a large splendid apple known as tho "WKsrEUN Heautv" which was one of thu premium apples at the late SI. Joseph Fair. It is still in .1 good statu of preservation, looks llncly and is a splendid cooking and eating apple. John Stiioxo of St. Joseph, has bcP" ,mvn for tho 't of the last ,W0 Wl'ck"' k'ct,1"f his clients Into 'ro,,,,,n aml ai, and making fun for the hoys. John is one of the best lawyers in Xortliwcst Missouri, but sumo of the hoys seem to regret his success in tlio legal business, they lliluk ho would havo mado n "Star" if hn had taken to "the boards' nB tho ''end man." Omt old friend W. S. Greenlee, is still to bo seen 011 our streets, during Court Sessions, and thcro don't seem to bo any very great decrease lu his practice uotwithrlandlng the fact that ho Is denizen of Atchison. He Is wearing ''mora and better clothes" than he used to, from ivhieli we Infer tlio people of Atchison aro receiving him ns n clever gentleman and successful lawyer should be. At tlio present term of court, the fol lowing criminal cases were disposed of, William Walters chnrgfll wlt!i malic ious mischief, was fined flro dollars. John Huffman, charged with selling lienors, was fined $ 10. Wnrford Dun ken, charged with an assault with in tent to kill was fined (100. John Val- mcr, charged with burglary and lar ceny was committed to tho county jail 3 months. Albert Robinson charged with larceny gets 3 years in the penitentiary. On Monday evening, Messrs Smith & Jones, closed n term of their writing school, and business college. Tho collego room was filled with quite a large audience, aud Iho exercises were iutcrcstimr. The evening was devoted to Iho organlia. lion of a new class, ami the award of Iho prlto. The Cornet Hand was present, and added good music U pleasuro of thoso prcscut. The Cora mlttco consisting of Miss AnuaO Morris, Mrs. J. C. Smith and Prof. Cur, awarded tho premium to E. S. Cook, Esq.. Wood wauled k't'tliU Office. ' Our Irlond Taylor, l.tto of Iho Repub llcan. Intimates that he will engage In the job printing business at soma favor- ablo point. Mr. Taylor has many ' warm friends In this county. His bus- Incss with thu poopto of the lawn und , county.- haveheen ol the most sat isfaelo- character. He can no nwav from thU placo, with tho consciousness ol having wronged no man. Wo wish htm suc cess in whatever enterprise ho may en- BaB' About sixty now subscribers havo been ndded to our list within the last week, wo have not sufficient paper to send out to all who havo given us their names. This will bo rcnu-dle.d next week. Tho presidential ipiustlon Is still un settled. Thu St. Joseph Gazette this morning contained the nuws that Kan an. ti.t. ri,n.l.lk..rl ll... .iL.tcml t.(m r. It iavsR. P.lluse.ono of lhu clttorrfX35'nh,et would have been. "It of Kansas was n resident of Ohio The won't pay." Hut thcio gentlemen have question Is yet far from a settlement. ' ur persistent and systematic labor, Investigations aro liclng mmlo iu Con-1 p'-eed their enterprise among tho fit-grcs-s by tho Committee on prlvilego lures of lhu town, and If they aro prop- and elections. "Hull Dozing" is the term now used by politicians, and its exact mua ng Is not understood by everybody. Tho best Illustration ol the term we havu seen Is on thu dour of Dauford's hard waru stoiu. Look nt it, and II you don't understand it, go iu and nsk Dan ford to explain it. lie Is making It 11 put of his business to explain tho pic ture, and he will t ike pleasure iu un swcr32 yur questions. Ho fine to go and see It, ho is likely to take It down any day. If over there comes into your hend the th.iught that you ought to make somo ol the hungry editors of Savan nah a present of 11 tin key, or 1111 old lieu, or Boincllil g of tho kind, don't btlflu the good Intention, hut go nt once mid do the deed. You will sco such a brightness if Iho con. tenanee, nnd gratitude as will repay1 you for your saerltlco. Tho Savannah Public School will cloiui In about two mouths. This will make a long vacation, and will be 1 11 11 (01 tho young lolks. It is hardly nec essary to say any thing on the subject, as every one Is aware of tlio cause cl this shortness ol the term, an-1 the great trouble is thcro is no immediate reme dy at hand. It must bo remedied by 11 constitutional amendment which will come around slowly and it is quitu prob able that we will have a shoiter term lor next year bef.iro tho amendment will bo made. Our sanctum is daily honored by that newsy and spicy paper the St. Joseph Chronicle. It is manipulated by Merssrs W. H. Chapman, C. M. Lincoln, W. W. It'll ke and David A. Sutton. Theso nro all clever, energetic and talented gentlemen. Dave is alwa.es full of news, nnd ho believes in giving good reports, that Is, givo good news truthfully If you can, buffice em." One thing wu would say boys, don't depend so largely upon thu Chicago Times. It can nflord to bo much more extravagant than you can. Oun genial friend, Sam FrniUham seems o be standing on the "ragged o.lgc." It is reasounblo to suppose if Tlldeii is inaugurated, that Samiulc will he .M!lcially decapitated and that some otic who has faithful to thu cuuso of Tildcu will bo placed iu his stead. Wu would like to odd right here, that thcro could hardly lie dem ocrats and republicans enough raised to oust him from his pasitiou, Sam lias too many friends, nnd tills his posi tion too well to be removed by any falrincaiis , "Do you very much like to havo me kiss you, George?"' shti said softly, as sho stooped over him and left tho mon ogram of her lips on his marblo brow. "I do, Indued, dear," he said. "I i'.tst shut my eyes and try to think I feel lhu touch of 0110 who was dear to niu in the days long gone by, befnru yon nnd I were married.'' Ho had scarcely fin ished tho icmaik before ho exclaimed "O.don't, dont do that!" as n I.irgo copy of tho Xcw Testament hit hlra suddenly three or four times on tho spot where lie had been kissed. Wo see Irom tho St. Joseph papers lhat the Rev. F. L. Xenyon delivered a sermon at his church upon tlie subject oftho death penalty. Tho comments ol thoso papers lead us to Infer that tho learned gentleman gave uu abstract of tho causes which lead to tho commission of crimes; that ho gave a picture ol counsel, court and prisoner, but no where did we sco any tiling for or against tho law as it stands, iter. Ken yon is a good speaker, and wo would have bocn pleased to have heard of Ids saying something for or against this law without taking it for granted that Vox I'opuli, Vox Dii, A Savannah correspondent to Hie Chronicle snys: Thcro are a number of Important rases being disposed of nt this term ol court. Speaking of court reminds 1110 of 11 trial of longstanding, Tho parties aro A. J. Harlan and William Cook. Tho bono of contention Is the championship oftho gamo of chess. The contest has been going on for a number of years, and as yet Is un. settled. At cachsosslonoflhelrl.il tho defeated party moves for a new trl.l, which Ii always granted. Wo aro fearful that their cud will be like (hat oftho Kilkenny cats. A portion of our list ot farms for sale, Will appear In nextwieki lune. Thoro is ono point about Savannah Uwt li good one, ami it will bear mentioning. It ts a remarkably good P'flce tur cows. From our sanctum window wo can sco cows ml infinitum feeding from Iho farmers wagons that may be standing nrouud. The w not particular, tlicy will take just what Is boforo them Farmers generally raise a protest af ter Iho cows arc through their ropast. Tills Is qulto an Imposition on our farmers, aud tho people of Savannah should lmlst 011 having them protec ted against such annoyances. ( The people of Savannah ronst feel In some degree grateful to Messrs Smith and Jones, who aro laboring so tena ciously to establish a business college, In Sarannah, Had their project been stated to somo of our towns-pcoplo be lJ8rVuor commenced their labors Iho city encouraged, tney will do more. We all now say "Its a good thing, and ought to have been thought ot long ago." The fact N, we want more Smith's and Jones In the town and coun ty. More men who aro enterprising and determined, and Ifsurh were the case, It would not be long until Andrew Coun ty would bo what it ought to bo. Somr business men are of Iho opin ion that If I hi ir local advertisements arc interspersed ninnug Iho news items, they will receive more atten tion th 1111 they would otherwise. This is a vry great mistake. Rea ders of a county paper lake tip the local page first and eagerly search for thu news; and if an advertiser's local Is fotced on to his notice, lie only reads the Host two or throe words, and passes on, nnd that advertise ment never receives any more niton. lion. H it be placed under the head o! "business 1101 ices' the render will at his leisure, peruse It. They will not bo overlooked except by persons who tnkc.more papers than they can read. Again, it is not satisfactory to readers, when they lake up a pa per they want the local news, and to lie compelled to search through a column ol businoss locals for a news Item, takes their patience more than should bo required. We are aware of tlie fact, that In our town and countytlu-re are some strong partisans: Persous who wish a paper to abuse one party nnd pralje another. Those persons have no use for nn In depenli'iil organ. They hivo no use for a man who Is nor democratic or republican, ns lirick l'umroy says, "at all times nnd under all circumstances," So far as the editor of tills paper is con cerned he lias his political preference; but considers it unnecessary to express them. Inasmuch as politics aro repre sented iu tlio county. It is our purpose to givo tho fads, as wo learn them con cerning both parties. Our readers shall not bo uninformed nt to what each nro doing. Huttocngago in villifying one and praising another party Is what we proposo to avoid. II a fair state ment of facts concerning politics, a good local paper and square dealing will satisfy our readers, wc aru at their sorvice. St. Joo Items, Trof. E. Durand is preparing to givo concerts in tho counties adjoining St. Joo. John Donovan. Esq., of tho firm of Donovan & Saton, has been making some real estato trades up tho Mary villu Branch. Thu city is full of Ilolliday goods. Tho Folk Houses aro running about one third of tlie time. Tlio city is steadily, nnd surely im proving. N'evv buildings are going up in various pails oftho town, and many uro la contemplation Bosendolo Itomi. Business Is looking up a little In this section. Merchants aru doing a better business than they havo for some timo past. Corn Is plenty, and farmers can sell lor the cash at 20c per bushel. Hogs havo been snlllug for 5c for thu last few days. Hardin Mcssick shipped a car load of cattle. 12 in number, 0110 day last week. Tho total weight was 22,605 pounds. An avcrago of 1275 pounds each. The cattlo weru fattened by William Mun kres, Ksq., aud wu think them hard to beat, Mr Messlck also shipped a car load of hogs which averaged 390 lbs per head. Wo had quito a lively discussion be tween two females at ono of our dry goods stores, not on the political Issues oftho day either, but was concerning the characters ot the parties to tlie dis cussinn. Wo are lu favor of freo speech but in tliia caso speech was too free. Hon. N. B. Drown was in town last week. Our new mhool house will be done in a week or so A. F. West and McRtck ey ol Bolvkow aro doing (he carpenter wotk. We will havo three months school thts year. Nix. Take your Pictures to H. B. Sargont, and havo thorn framed. You may uever have an opportunity of hav ing them framed as cheap as now. SPECIAL NOTICES. lateaOcean SHOE STORE. BT. JOSEPH. ONLY A rHW OP THE MANY BARGAINS DAILY OrFERKD. Men's fiiio calf Hools, 93 CO " heavy kip boots, 2 25 " best Chicago kip booti, 8 00 ltoy6' " ' 9 CO Youths" " " 1 60 Women's kip Shoos, 1 66 Women's pebble goat sewed pol. 1 60 Women's pebble goat sulo lace, 1 75 Misses' pebble grain tip shops, 1 00 Misses' kip polkas, 1 00 Child grain copper lip" shoe!, 76 THE LARGEST STOCK or FINE SHOES, In the City. IN PRICES alwayTTHE LOWEST. W, G. TIRRELL, 323 Felix street, sign or tho Gold Hoot, ST. JOSEPH. Tho largest1 stock of Drugs, Hooks, Slallonary and notions at II. B. Sar gent's, and must he sold. Go to A S. Chlttcndcns for drugs. I am asked eWrydnywhat will cure neuralgia, and I desiro lo an swer through the newspaper to tho public lhat Bancroft's Discovery is the only sure remedy I know of. This truly wonderful remedy Is without doubt a specific for Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Sold by Cooper and Greenlee, nt Savannah. Mo. J. M. Shearer desires to announce to the public that ho has opened out a Grocery nnd Restaurant, opposite the old depot in Savannah. Tho patronago of the public Is re spectfully solicited. 3m. Bottom out of prices for clothing. nt Tyncr's. SOUTH SIDE Emporium, vou can't miss it, you can gut a suit, good, durable and ciii:ai For choice meats df all kinds, go to Hownrd'e meat market, south side Square. Just stun into tlio dr it" store. Wilkar- sons old stand, you will be well treated and it you want goods you can get them cheap. Cooper & Greenlee, will sell you Ave quires of Note Paper for 50 cents; En velopes,.'! cents a bunch and upwards; Ink, 5 cents a bottle and upwards. Fine Writing Paper a speciality. 47tf Go aud examine goods and prices at Tyncr's boforo making purchases. Cash paid for hides, pelts aud tal low, at the south side Bleat Market Heaver Caps and Collars, Wool Com forts and Mufilers, Dog, Kid, and II lick, skin Gloves and Mitls, iu largo variety, at lowest prices ever named, at TYNEIt'S, south tide, Savaunah. House and 5 lots in A villa, Jasper County Missouri, for salo or ex change. Address or call on George E. King 4 Co. Buy your overcoats of Ty- ner, whore they nro sold lower than anywhere else. Services at Sixth Street M. E. Church every Sabbath at 11 a. m. aud 7 p. it. Sunday School at 2-30 r. M. Great bargains in Family Bibles, Pocket Uihlcs, Albums, Pocket Books, Perfumery, Soaps, Lilly Whiles, &c, Ac, at H.U. Sargent's until after the Holidays. "Aud'Joscpli wept aloud, and said unto lit. brethren, 'I am Joseph: doth my father yet live?' And hie breth ren answered him, saying, 'You bet ! the old mi.it Is doing bully.' " He docs all of his trading at Stiles & Hardy's, whero they keep such good goods at such low prices. You must go aud ace their storo too, they juit beat Egypt all hollow. WANTED. To exchange, an improved farm In Andrew County for u house and lot in Savannah, or St. Jo. Address or call on George E. King & Co. To exchange, 45 acres Improved land iu Andrew, with house fruits &c. for a houso and lot iu Savannah. Address or call 011 George E. King Ss Co. Homo and lot lu Coming Iowa, for salo or exchange. Address or call on Gcorgo E King & Co. II you have wild lands in either Kan sai, Arkansas or Texas, which you wish to sell or exchange, call on Geo. E. King A Co. This office. All advertising contracts, and sub scriptions paid in advanco, will bft car ried out by the now paper. GeoK. King. A. S. Chittenden says ho now has a new stock of fresh drugs, at old prion. CLOSING OUT or ASJSI&HEK SJLltK T or Good Clothing Goods ! Balance of the Stock Bound to be sold in the IMces lower than ever ! Terms C. O. D. 311 and 313 Felix Street, ST. CT O S 33 IF IK, ZMIO A.& J.CARNEY'S OLD STAND, No Postponement. Bancroft's Liver Pills, a good Liver remedy, and Bancroft's Eye Salve, old by Cooper & Greenlee. 4-tf. Flllmoro Advertisement. Sewing Machine Attachments, and needles of all kinds; fino writing pa per of all styles, and other Notions at Frank Reed's, P. M., Fillmore, Mo. Avcrill Chemical paint, iu cans of one quart and upwards, ready mixed, any color or shade desired, forsale by Cooper St Greenlee. Great inducements aro now ofTcrcd at II. B. Snrgciits iu Mirrors, Picture Frames, Mouldings and Brackets. At TYNER'S, south side, Savan nah, Mo., you ean find a cap for 35c ; Shoes for 50c; Under Shirts. 35c; good coat for $3,00; calf boot for $2,60; gauntlet glove for 75c; an overcoat $4,50; Hats 50 to 75c ; aud many things too numerous to mention, at equally low prices. Ij THE WILSOIT tho BOSS MA CHINE at Vionna, in '73 and tho Centennial In 70. While anxiously awaiting the elec tion returns let us not forget onr homo interests. Everybody knows the benefit of a good Sewing Ma chine, one tint will not get out ofor der, it cannot get out of adjustment, has no cog wheels, ruus light, rapid aud still, every wearing part is made raljustiblo, you can run it fifteen or twenty years nud then tighten it up, and it will bo as good as new. has tho pull-back wheel; Iu fact, it is as far in advance of other machines as the palace car is in advance of the old stage coach. Sold from $15 to $25 cheaper than any other first-class ma chine. The reason it is sold cheap er is the Wilson company does not belong to tho Sewing Machine Com bination. Price list sent freo on ap plication to E. M. Mitchell, Savan nah, orS. L. McCabe, Alauthus. Geu try county, Mo. Notice. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to tho undersigned, by nolo or account, can save costs by coming forward aud paying up at once. WM. ZOOK, & CO, Savannah, Mo.. Nor. SO, 1876-lw. Change of Programme. I. N. Webster has added to his gro cery stock a flue assortment of - gen tlemen and ladies' BOOTS and SHOES ; also boys and girls, of all sizes, together with a full stock of gentlemen's aud boy's winter gloves and mitts, which will be sold at the St. Joseph retail prices. Givo him a call before you buy. 7-3in. Eyo, Ear and Deformities. Ono or more of the Surgeons of the Central Suroioal Ikfihuaby, of Indianapolis, Ind., will visit Savan nah professionally, at tho St. Charles Hotel. Friday and Saturday Decem ber 15 aud 16, and at St. Joseph, at Pacific House, Monday and Tuesday December IS and 19. All afflicted with any dlicaso of tho Eyo or Ear, Cataarb, Cross Eyes, Club Foot. Spi nal Curvature, Fistula In Ano, Piles, Epilepsy aud Chronio Diseases, can consult them free of charge. Artifi cial Eyes inserted. Remember the dates. TAILORINQ. Th undersigned wonld ropaetlully Inform tbs publlo that he Is bow pre pared to do all kinds of Tailoring, (ex cept catting coats) at his rasMuscs, Work dona promptly, neatly, and on favorable terms. Publlo patroaago re- spectlnllr solicited. Joseph Austin, 8avannah, Mo., Not; M, 1878 lai. THE and Furnishing J. FORTUNE & CO., ST. JOSEPn, offer In tht Ir CLOTH DEPARTMENT, second floor, 40 pieces Edward Harris Cassimcrcs, unquestionably tho best goods of American mako, nnd aro declared by tho Trado fully equal to tho beat Goods made in Europe. 30 pieces fine Cassimeres, from $1,50 to 2,00. 30 pieces heavy cassimeres, all wool, and Missouri mum facture, $1,00. 35 pieces cassimeres, all -wool, 55c, 65c, nnd 75c. 25 pieces cassimeres, Un ions, 25c to 50c. 100 pieces jeans, onethird wool, 20 to 25c. 50 pieces jeans, one-half wool,30c to 40c. 25pieces water-proofs, 1 yards wide, 55, 65 and 75 cts. 20 pieces water-proofs, fino in Black, Brown, Navy Blue, Invisible Green, and Plaids. We offer tho Public in this Department (up one right) the largest woolen stock and a finer grade of goods than any House has over held in this city. Just received 200 pieces of sheetings, (equal to Indian Head)at7Jc. 1 caso ladies' linen sots (collars and cuffs) edged with cardinal, at a low price. 100 dozen ladies ruches 6c. 25 dozen ladies bone cor sets at 25o. J, Fortune & 417 Keltx Street. SX. Boys' Over-coats at Tynkb's south side. II. B. Sargent will saro you mousy ou Stationary and Blank Books. Great bargains in Holli- day goods, ntH. B. Sargents. Men's Overcoats atTYNER's CLOTniNG- EMPORIUM, south sido, Savannah, Mo , at lower figures than any other House. A great many goods at cost, and some for less than cost, atH. B. Sargents. Bring all your Hides acd Furs to W. A. Price, for which he will fay Cm highest price In cash. The running ol thetialns has bessv ehaogedtho past week, so that tho Eastern and Southern malls arriva to the morning at 74 o'clock, and tho no thorn mail hue In the evening. Thoso that want Holliday goods, will save money by buying at II. B. Sargeat. Men's and Boys' Overcoate -at Tyner's in greater abutti-, . asoe than any House ia ike Northwest, and at prices lower than over named in ilia cos try. .' , Holiday goods at Child store. 9.