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i hllMS: SI oO ?)er wrir. iij advance. wkntv 'je.nt AimiuHXAi. (tor . i!st:iL'o) to rii- iintKns on of tjii: eg nty. Terms of Advertising. "n- Flollar per qu:tn lor lily i insertion, i":i"tv Cwiil- fnr-a-h MiliM-uutu t iK-,-rtun : One Miuaiv, tu.-lw lijn- ntiMwr.il tp', or m-.f inch down the colim n. Administrator". SuiU-- S3 oo Final s.-ui.-miMit Notice ! " -Mmy N'oti.-.- ,. .................. : (Hi j.ol.;li i,.,i.-i-nt m-rlin.- ih-t ir..-.ni..n-iivi ct -jt- per i:m- tor each siiii-. tjui nt iiiMi tion. l.put a piece of arsenic t he .size ol a j Hale has some don bt s a hoti t t he pro When a uiwt-ri!)er-: time p'nvs. we will reen narden pea, wrapped in tissue i prietv of lixinr tlie rate so inimuta !':?ri' irauze, and force it bly in the constitution, himself. So m irk, it thev -mv fi, renew, 'or at oin-J ini'oriii u p:M,-rii-,ontinneti. . il-. that thev wi-sh tin FUID.VV MOIiMM-", ()( TOIIKK 1.-7.'.. XKW COXSTITL'TlOX XO. Klcction. Saturday. October :10th, 1S75 NEW CONSTITUTION" TTO. the UOth .faturdav. ofriiext week :nst., is fixed for the election to de .eide on the acceptance or rejection of the Xew Constitution. One Illinois remarkable about this election,- -und t iiat N ( he general ijifiioir.ncr. of the people ircneyiHy as to the contents of the instrument, and the nature .and tendency of some oft he leadii; pro posed alterations upon which they are called to pass judgment. Xo provis ion whatever was made by the Con vention for its distribution anion": .the people. We have noticed divers instances of parties who at lirst were favorably impressed with it, principally from .hearsav, who. al ter a carelid examin ation of it for them.-olves, .have re solved to vote ajrain.il it. "We wish il were possible for every voter of Andrew county to read, or have ful ly explained to iiim, its merits and -demerits. Will the people allow themselves to ibe led blindly to adopt a Xew Con stitution that contains obnoxious and dauirerous alterations they would vote ajrainst if presented separately? That the intent and incaninjr of it is -to break down the l'ubric School system, no unprejudiced man can 'have a doubt, who carefully studies k. compares it withtht present Con stitution, notes the chanjres. and as certains the amount necessary to keep up the Public Schools to a useful standard. Will they t'llow party feeling and party prejudice to be lur jred in to help break down a noble system rising to the clouds above party? Is it not prudence on the part -of the people, in view of the risk involv ed, to vote against the Xe.w Constitu tion, knowing full well that if our or ganic law does need amending in some particulars,! he recourse is ever open through tLe Legislature plan, by which owev aruendnient is sub mitted separately to the voters, and si.ands or falls on ita isolated merits? This is. anyhow, the wisest, safest, and best plan, and sound policy dic tates itsadoption by the people. We have before u a pamphlet copy of the present Constitution of the State, of Missouri, adopted in iSuVi, and Amendment.-, compiled by .Michael j 1. Mod' rath, Secretary of State. We lind that ten amendments have thus been made to it since adoption, aver aging one per year! Is not this pro gressing fast enough! We annex Sec. Article X'U, of the present Constitution relating to Amendments: tjKPTrox '2. The General Aicm iiWt at any time, u:ny propose .such amendments to this Constiitition as i majority of the members elected to ach Jlou.-e .shal' detun expedient: and the vote thereon shall be taken by yeas ftnd ni'f, and entered in full on the journals. And the proposed amendments shall be published 'with the laws of that session, and also shall be published weekly in two news papers, if such there be. within each Congressional district in the State, for four months next proceeding the general election then next ensuing. The proposed amendments shall be submitted to a vote of the people, each amendment separately, at the next general election thereafter, in such manner as the General Assem bly may provide. And if a majority of the qualified voters of the State, voting for and against any one of nid amendments, shall vole tor such amendment, the same shall ha deem ed :u id taken to have been ratiij.d by the ?eople, and shall be valid and binding, to all intents ami purposes, as a part of this Constitution. The Xkw Constitution. ''The .Constitution has many bad as well as good features, and it certainly is one of the most singular instruments of the kind wo ever examined or notic edvrSalisbury Pre.;. i -CURE orpobl evil. '1 his evil it discovered when in a cn-niion pmiilitinn. 11U1.V hn. disner ! bv usinir the tollowinir mixture: One ! oiin-e oil of thvine: one ounce oil of ! amber: two ounces spirits ammonia, I'eniovc all necessary inane shake the mixture well, and apply by dropping on the swollen parts andruhbinjr well i i, litres time dailv This often , ...... :..i ,,,",,1 'it It' I treak 1 uihunat :on. and c ui; it. tt I'the liillaniittion lorins and discharges, ' .(3,noV( ( ie nuuK, and cleanse the part 'Aith soft, soap and water: in oriln-e down with an old penholder to the ! l,ot t om of tin. orifice. If a bad cae ,.11 . 1 . . 1 4 follow no t i:s ireaiment tor two 1 weeks every otner nay. i'epine : part .lean. As soon a? the dis- t wice, orihVe i and one each week until the heals over. 4'Iean and oil Then keep the parts occasional! v.- -Country Cent. While we were farming cue of our ; horses became atilieted with poll evil, j it Was an . aggravated ease of this loathsome disease. We sought the aid of a -'horse doct or.' and he tried the process of inserting the poison. Jle rej eated the process several times, each time the ulcer sloughing ofl", but never healing. After trying this remedy for a long time, and dis pairing of success, we resolved we would take the case out of his hands and. try a remedy recommen.led to us by a friend. The doctor ga,ve up the e;se willingly, pretty well sat isfied he could not cure it. Wc went to t he pasture and gathered a lot of poke berries, (it being in the fall season) put them into a towel, squeezed the juice through into a plate, after the manner of boys makiinr "red ink," and let the plale remain for two .or three days in the air and sun until ,it got. thick. became like jelly. It is then ready for use without further preparation. Clipping the hairs away from the sore, we made the ap plication. Its power of suction is un equalled, and beats any poultice we ever heard of. In a -short t'Jiuc the sore was: healed up. iTn fact, itdraw ed loo last, for in a short while it broke out again. The reason of this was, probablytjecause the seat of the ulcer was .-o remote, that the sore elosce- up covering in some of the cor rupt ion. The (ame process was re peated.;! second time, and with com plete success, and ''old John" was never again troubled with the dis ease. It left, too, but a very light scar. Our friend was confident and en thusiastic in his praises of this reme dy, and our experience with it justi lied his eulogies. We feel confident it is a good remedy for man, too, wherever an efficient drawing appli cation is required. We have person al knowledge of a case where it was j annlied to cure a carbuncle on the I back of the neck, with complete suc cess, curing rapidly and naturally, without, unsightly scars. When used on a per.-on it should be spread on a rag, a it is bad about staining the clothes. Poke berries a;-e now rip;.; in fatt, we fear they may almost be gone. We advi- j our country friends o gajLher a few quarts, and make some of ?his preparation, and lay it away for future use. We don't think they can lind a simpler or better remedy. T,mk Si. Charles Cosmos, a hir.c and inlluential paper, Jit lirst suppor ted the Xew Constitution. Put af ter a careful study of the nature and tendency of the man- nulieal changes it makes in our organic law, sees its duty in opposing it, and is no v. usinjr its best elibrts to seeure its defeat at the polls. Thousands of votes would he changed in the same way if the people only had the opportunity of ex amining it as they should beforehand The Convention should have made provisions for t lie ireneral distribu tion of the Constitution for the infor mation of the people, and not left them in the dark. Potter by far "to hold last what we have, than liy to ills we know not of!"' JIev. A. P. Form an died of eon sumption, at Court land, Alabama, on the 14th inst. lie was a native of Missouri, and has many friends in different portions of it, who remem ber him for his genial Christaiu qual ities, lie was for a number of years pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at St. Joseph. WiLiiiAK Jbwix, the newlyrclept ed Governor qf .California, has open the editor of t)i.e Yreka Union since 18GG. Up js $ native of Ohio. The Cstrrollton record lias had an interview "with Col. John IJ. Jlsile, i . . , vention troni that district. While. ; that naner says, tin; new constitu- j tjon f ,n improvement in a j niunv ;ts OVel. the , !...." 1 1 rreat ent one, , 11 uiei s.i Wc don't iikc the clauses relating to .Stiitc. county and school taxes, be lieving tltal that matter should be regulated bv the LeiriMature to Miit ; the times, and we learn that Colonel ; much clap trap has been used of late ' years about "enormous taxation," ' 1 . A .. 1 1 ... . I that the nconle are orenared jiow to go the other extreme. Time will reg ulate that matter, and we think it eould have been safely left to .the Legislature.' Quhky. Is there uny improvement made in it that can possibly overbal ance these drawbacks"? It seems that .!. L. Pittinger has been a second time oynvicted in tthe V. S. Circuit Court at.Jeil'erson City, for of fences connected with the ''crooked whisky'' business. JIc. has many friends who contend that his offence is only technical, no real fraud being perpetra ted or intended. We hope for charity's sake this is true, and though Mr. Pittin ger may bo technically guilt., he is morally innocent. We hope, however, to see the law fully v"uuUca-.ed. If there have been fra-uls perpetrated on the government, we want to see the perpc- j tratcrs punished, no matter what osi- tion they may hold in society. Two honored and respected citizens of our city have held the position ol U. S. Col lector, have collected hundreds of thou sands ol dollars revenue, and handed it over to the government all right and correct, with no such charges laid at their door. Other officials can do the same if they will; and if they don't, the penalties of the law should be meted out to them. AVk have received the first copy of the Mound City (Holt Co.) Globe. It is a paper of good size, neatly printed and well edited, both .ides printed at home. It makes a vcrvereditable ap pearance, and we hope ,Mr. May, its j proprietor, will be Aveh sustained. j Mr. Slusher. the largest man erer i born in Tennessee, died at Greenville, j in that State hist Friday. He was j but P.) years of age and had he not been bent by an at tack of rheumatism would have heen nine feet high. J I is boots were eighteen inO-hes long, and one of his hands m as about the size of four ordinary ones, lie eould sit on a chair and pick up anything three feet from linn. His head measured fourteen inches, and his chest seven ; and one-fourth feet in circunifereiif-e. ) J I is coffin wy-s eight and one-half feet i long, t wenf v-eir!-it inches wide and two and one-half feet deep. MISS jMElWlPSON, killmcr and Dress Maker, South Side Public Siut(rc,Savaniu(Ji,3fo. I t'I.I. ASSOUT.-UKNT OF FtSl I.adii Tie-s. nilibons, Jir., jnt receivi-il, lor sale at the lowe-it pni'i-s Dn-a.-fs cut ami niatie to order in the. In-.-tvl,-. "All kimlsol 5 A rgi m for Eailierianil Chihlrcns ( !othe. kept lor Savannah, Mo , Sept .'!, 'T." :1m. sate. WAR ! WAR ! iHl f f JUST KECEIA'ED PY B. RUSSELL, Convinced of the truth of the mot to.- QUICK SALES & SMALL PROFITS, he has determined to oiler his now new, large and desirable stock of Dry Goods, Groceries Boots ghoes&c. at such LOW FIGURES' as ivill insure purchasers. GIVE IIIM A CALL, and be CONVINCED. His Store is at the OID STAND, South Side of the PUBLIC SQUARE, Savannah, Oct. 8, 1875. H PRICE'S COLUMN. rvr v-r r-r- . t-i-t- -r-r-r- i A- l'r'ce '1:S just received (iOO ( sacks ol choice Kansas XXX X New S prni": Wheat Flour. This is the bet Flour in the market. Kvery sack war- 1 ranted. Will he sold as follows: ! For .-(: to l.ouo lbs, sjj-JiO per hundred. F'r iOO pound saek, ('." per hundred. For .10 pounds, h .-ack, - - - $i,:;.i. For 2 1 pounds, . saek, - - - 7o cts. The finest qualities of Fall Wheat Flour kept on hand and sold under the market price. Also, (iraham Flour. Iiran, Meal, Oats, Corn, Wheat, Rye, J for sale at W. A.PRICF'S. W. A. Price has a good Spring Wng- on lor sale. W. A. Frice w:InT7 to hvy Wheat, Oats, live, ite. Fresh Iced Putter t.lways fo be found ' at W. A. FirlCF'S. i Hides Tallow, Lard, Peeswax, Fa- j eon, Wool, Feathers, :Uags, wanted by j W. A.J'luLCF. " , Cotton-Grain Sacks '2 P.uxhels for 2.1 '-cents at W. A. PRICE'S. Those large .Queen Victoria Straw- berries just fresh csinaed at W.A.Prices is the finest fruit ever brought to Savau- nah. lOf) cases of Xew Can Fruits, just re ceived, direct from Baltimore, by W. A. I'rice, will be sold A-ery cheap by the Can, Dozen, or Case of 2 dozen Cans each. Go to W. A. Price's quick and get a bargain in his large lot of XEW CAX Fruits, just received from Paitnnore. W. A. Price's is the place to get the large Green Gage Plums, cheap, fresh and new. Those large yellow free stone Peach es, fresh canned, iu - and '5 pound cans, ju.-t received by "V. A.. Price, is the most luscious fruit ever brought to Sa vanuv.h. They are cheap. Evay kind of Grass Seed always on hand and for sale at W. A. PRICE'S. WILLIAM CUALLACOMBE, REAL ESTATE AGENT, AM) NOTARY PUBLIC!, G'JLNTY JJUIUHN'U, SAVANNAH, MO., Has a complete Abstract of Title To all Lands in Andrew County. All Utisim-ss ju-rtainin- to KEAL ESTATE j .'lir-jiujitly attetnlcil to. Money Loans Negotiated, '"' The following comprises a r.ui ol' the iirojier- t of i ty I have for sale: 1 151. A choice farm of I;; acre:-; V10 in cultiva : ti(ii) : :i L'dntl liollse :itit feet. Well Water. I ."it I apple :ree. ami a var:etv of other fruit: one ami a-hall" mile-; from Koc!ie.-ter. ITo. A very ile.-.iralile -mall farm of 40 a-n s, :'. mile-, r.orth-i-a.-t ul avannah: u-h-iI ih-w frame hoiineof three rmiiiit and cellar, lo-r tahle anil C'irn crih-; 70 hearing apple trees, :!ti hearini; peach tree-, anil other lrnit tree. I'rice Sl.tJ'H,: Sl.noii ca-h, lialaneeon lea-onaliletiine. 17'i. til 1--2 acre-. ;!:! under cultivation, pood frame hoti-e, live rooms ami cellar, .-talle, gra nary. nmke hon.-e, ice ImiiM-, well and prinjr, I.'it) apj-le trees. Km peach tree-, a variety ot Miiall fruit: two mile from depot, half a inile from school lnti.-e. I'rice Si.d'ii). Trim." ea-y. WILLIAM CHALLAC0MBS, Ileal Estate Aycnt, Savannah, Mo. September :, ls7."i tf o I I3 -pi I S- I " S k n 5 cr- o i n 1 -a S2 CO C-r- D O Ul O o & Q O zn O RY GOODS! ' 1 CASH HOUSE! The Public will find a irood assortment of Bry Goods, j$OtiOBlS, Hoots, Sfooc9 AT TIIHTOKK OF ; 1! ! M. MITCHELL, ! SO UTIf- WEST COJCN'EU 'OF T UBL1C SO i MR SAl'AA'XMI, MO., Prices as Low as any House in the West. Gasli "buyers will find it to -their Interest to examine my Stack. unniniisstr "" , E HI. HI I IL CHlTiM Ajq I Savannah, April ."oth, 1S7.1. THE Lit,, The Lock Stitch invented by MK ; HOWF. and made on thi Machine, is ' the most popular and durable, is alike on both sides. aiidwillXFFfllKKIUF , XOK UAVHL.and ail Sewing 3ichiiies are subject to the principle invented by , him. J A Machine was needed posstssinn ; Simplicity and Durability, and adapted ! toa great ran.se of work: one easily un ; dcr-Ptond and -comprehended by all. To I produce such a Machine has been the r-tiuk' of Flias Howe. dr.. who jrave to the world the first Sewing Macbiue,niore than twenty year? agtv. and now we offer his last production a Machine embrac ing all oseutia! qualities, and pronounc- ins mi mm it m mm I IVr.-on- tV-ni :i ili.-tani'i- can oiili-r a Mai-Iiim-! ivilli irrt--c-t cuiiiMciiiv ol" ln-iii-4 alI- t ojirratf u in a li-v limn-.- micci --linn . 1 UK-nut t Uu irintt'il instruction.-- that aei-ompauy each 31a-rliiin-. Tla ili-ni.twl lor thi New& Improved Machine Is unpro-ilt-iitt-il in tin- history ol -winjj Ma- I'll tiled. ASK YOUR MEBCHANT toonlera IfOAK l,r von the howe mmm no., ST. LOUIS, MO. For Sale by D. J THOMAS, Whitesville, Mo. Anirii-t 20. '7." ltms. Ayer's Ague Cure, Por Pever and Ague, Intermittent Fe ver, Chill Fever, itemittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fe ver, &c, and indeed all the affections 'which arise from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic poisons. No one remedy is louder called for by the necessities of the American people than a sure and safe cure for Tever anil Ashc Such ive are now enabled to offer, with a perfect ccrtaintv tliat It will eradicate the disease, and with assur ance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise from its use in any quantity. That which protects from or prevents this disorder must be of immense service in the communities where it prevails. Prevention is better than cure; for the patient escapes the risk which he must run in violent attacks of this baleful distemper. This " Cum:" expels the miasmatic poison of Fever and Ague from the system, and prevents the develop ment of the disease, if taken on the lirst approach of its premonitory symptoms. A great superiority of this remedy over any othcr ever discovered for the speedy and cer tain cure of Intcnnittcnts is, that it contains no Quinine or mineral; consequently it pro duces no quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon the constitution. Those cured Toy it arc left as healthy as if they had never had the disease. Fever anil Apie is not alanc the con sequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disorders arise from its irritation, among which are IVouralcrin, Ilhetinia tinni, Gout, lleailacbe, fllindnefta, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh. A nth ma. Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Mpleen, Hysteric, Pain in the Mow el. Colic, Paralyni.i, and derange ment of the Stomach, all of which, when originating in this cause, put on the inter mittent type, or become periodical. This "Cuke" expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cures them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious districts. If taken occasion ally or daily while exposed to the infection, that will be excreted from the system, ami cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into disease. Hence it is even more valuable for protection than euro; and few will ever suffer from Intermittents if they avail themselves of the protection this rem edy affords. For Liver Complaints, arising from torpid ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stimulating the Liver into healthy activity, and producing many truly remarkable cure, where other medicines fail. PREPARED BT Dr. J. C. AYEIt & CO., ow)l, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists, AND gOLD ALL ROITN T11S WORLD