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-T- w --s n r u y a H a WW E.M.TAYIOR, Editor and Publisher. SAVANNAH, MO., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1875. V. N TO. SAVANNAH DIRECTOR"! ' ' ten. .', rofutta, :!; crn'x per 'in- i v. . 1. 1- I ttliiuj the n-'rni hfti'. tur o.tf vf ' i. :.. n4 'cfi-.v in t'ni column -ir' editable (tmt ATT( RX FYS. W (;.L!V.'i;i.L, aft..rne-:it-!;;"- ni.l Nol.uy Public. Ii attention iii;-, ;.nvcv:inciiivr aii-1 invesiituei f V. I:KY N, :tl'r:i-y :tt law. will ini tiro ? "J" . pj the ooun- of Nortlivevt Missouri. -.! ! il :iiU-nttoll jriwu to t.H.-iness ill the niiiiity rolate i-inrtn. uRire over Farmer-'' "VlTM- s. ui:ki:.nm-:k. attukxky and V i,n-Hlor at Jaw. I'mliritlar :it!eirion , i -.i ollff!:-!!!-:. 'Mi ui the miuiIi sole i'lart. in ntv Uauk I'.iiiMtit. -.'I Wl I? -ll.llll-; ..H,.vi...v..t.f..n- II -... .'..-' -.. i: m.Um: :. ;.-.tet :ul lllf-! t f .., an 1 r,r..f.,ny. f':,. !... lou:,! at t,N l an.i . Wlil 1' 1' K KK, :it:ii at law rVn .or a ., !m-k .i-.i iAy. m.low-' an.j i, iKT.-io:i-s:;ii"l i':i.-rtl f-ill'-clion-i :!ili"i'Ici " ;r-:iT -'V.- :!t ,iriiiita-s. Al.-o, ioi- .i i-r I . --ri-.-.l 1'Mi-tl.c Alchi-oii. 'l'Mi U;t i.; t IV it.iiiron.) ( ..in)..!! . Ail imjnirii - !! a:i -r l. ! w til iK-Kcl !aillf-lo ail ft C.tl on him. l:i Hl ASS IIAXI) TH Af'H Kli. JOHN S. BTJGAH, I!. t III 'f 1. !!-.! :I1T:I1IL.'(1 j t i ri. :. AN., r.jii.at iie-o-s fnriii-!nl a ! -,..i -t. 'lYnu-. -a!iiai-tor . i? A K FRY. &e . MIKDISICK. End-- t.al..;rv ...nw- I tioin'ry ami ivsianryiit, wir 1 ! Use . ruiit-itu in-!i. 'I on .-hnri noticr. PilYSH'I AN: v s.-iv-(iii:tli. oihTs lii roio :.'iiui i-rif i n- r:!izi-n of s:i antia'i -ni l icir.i.'. OJSicc : ii- r--!'!i-act tin .Main site- i, oin- lilock fast el o i- ijiiari'. rua'ir i II.K K. ('. M ttixiv -iif'plifs our filizcn if JL w itlt ir-n Milk i-n-rv in. .riling A t-veimii: SOTIFTIFS f o. !-.-:1V:u,'.h l....U:e. ;f. j .-.-SflSs.-'- !. !I. s i-.:iiiiuili. Mo., meets everv I ,8kri'- i-. ! sr.:iiiiiU. .Mo., n '?-a-i i'i-.i y i:m;mn(., - - - . ;il Oi ii J F-l lows' Hall, .northeast romr l Talilii-s.jtiaiv. AH Hi'inlii r oftlir onicr ! . : -t.i!i(linir, i.-it itiir iln- oil ', au wnlia.iy .n i ! i meet with us. VINA!. C. KAIItHS.X. a. J H . sxj.v.'akt. Se y. -JO'; " Vsi(M; vaiin.ili !.. !'.. No. 71 , jlXa. I-'- '"t A. M., m'-et-i'tr-t aiiitlhinl s.tiiii.tnj ia e.uii ino:i;ii,.U 7 o'i lock i.l:i. lir.'llii l- in iro. "1 -t-niiliii.: ..l'i. l'rulci- !!'. ite 1 to i..:t u. V.. M. !A"FD!:i), W.M. V,". Joy. S.-i-'v. t . ':n I'UANKl.i i.oi(;i:. No :;:.:, A. -c- I yi'.Si A. M . iiu-eH lir-t Snttinla;.' in ?.;i .i h month, at I:a. m. All irlliers in f . . ii iiiifnii sVv'i.ollij:,ii1i iiiiiin' nr.- IVa'.Tn iH in!teil to -i! .IDIIN L. 1' MiiN, W. M 'Il F.lii WASSSVIE Denlfi in and mc.nufavt' ver of F URiBITURI And Metallic COFFINS, North Sale fhe Square, Savannah-, (In the threi-.-t(.l v lrt lek.) f m)KFIXS OF ALL SLZKS KKPT ii hatnl. 1 also ke !ii'ont.!ii;ly on lae.nl a !.tr. ;i.iniit: - oi the be-.! 'itiai iiy !' lumber to r. .1.. :inv arnele of fiiriiiuire 'ie.-iu-tl. -ivensrc ae ii i.anm.l he iin-ieio.l by any .l.alei U!,!:": 3iir ,,,,.i,to(i(.:,v i. j ni.'nt r.t m. obi re-iii'enee, reattj u -ell cut i 1. - ' ma!t to all .v ii.j call. !. -u :. WASssiiJit I .1. I'. Cooper. Thomas (Jreenlee 9 i Detilers in Drugs, .Medici nes, Da'uiis, Oils, Glass, Due-Si ufj s, School Books, Mi sect iccn co as Books Blank Books, Stat ion an. mm p&peb, BidlfWuig Paper, Diet arc Frames t Mil -oi s , Mo i deling sr 1 Yimloiv Shades, Pocket Knives, Shoulder Braces,. Trasses, Lamps, Toilet Ariicles, Notions, g. CHOICE FAMILY GRO CERIES GARDEN SEEDS, $c.,. In Brick Drug Store, (lately occupied by fl. II, Dobbins.)?outh side of the public 3quare, Savannah, Mo. Ai)ril lb lS75r-6m. Q orrcspcnbcr.ee. From Whitesvillc. lirh Rijitiimcax: Not icing 1 t your correspondent, limn, theOV nim. h ri. has for some c:n:t best known , to himself, quit his Cttaic lns srriiini I iff, 1, with our consent, will give you a Lap .sus llu ijune in hi? stead. In the first place 1 will Jell you some t thing of our business men. ; First comes the wide-awake, enter- prising, thorough-going, busine- "cut lemaii. .Mr. Lime, with his store I'.. I If . ' I 1 ' (UnYiu nndcl. volmtoy in ,,:l(k ! rooms, no stands, down cellniv wlioi- i ' ' " ever vou look vou can see piles of i if 1,(( ! to a car loa.l of salt. Mr. (Mine is doinir athrivin- " UU-ilM'-S "VOU bet ."" . i At'.Vt comes Simpson & Ilullmail. , ,,.;,, .....,1 l,..l oi goods, and al ways ready and willing to wait on customers. Ami juf across the way i comes Oillehait & Popnleweli, with , ;,vij,inir jn merchandi.-e from a .-ar- ' time to a sack of coii'ee. or a hair-pin . . , ,. ,. .. , , . i t l .1 ll..lf jit IM. i... II .... ...... .!..-..... iw i ....ii vi inu.-iiii, uit .u e tioiii" ; I i " good business. Next comes the ven- ; tler of "iiizen and pills. "r Hull- ,., is doing a good business, both ill n . practice and selnng dnvgs: he has anything .isually kept m a tirs-cla iiut'f; i'oi;i:. And now we stumble j on to our new druggist, Mr. Allen:1 he has a nice store nicely lilted up, ' and can accommodate you to any thing from Zj toot h-pick to a barrel of Ii he best . Mr. Allen is a good, 1 business man and a gentleman, and is j getting his share of the trade. The !" h. :ill(1(lf, .' . I only oojectiou Ac June to Mr. Allen. ,s- ,,,!lt 11(1 ,sa IHiiioerat. and says he n'511 vi.tn Cn- Ili. f, :... : ,,iii UI 1. Hl llll. .11, l.WIlSllilllIIIII. but it i to be hoped he w;ll be brought to his senses before the .'50th. Mr. IJorthoIomew is doing- a good trade in the harness business. Kber hart Iro"s, with their assistant, Mr. Agee, are twisting iron into all kinds ol" shapes, from early morn until late j at night. The mill in the charge of! "'I'll. If 1 X ,,W I Villw'litiitif.ti y f i, r -. " ... 1 ii- .ill i.i.iim l mil. .ill ili.v.111111 "lliliail- Iluflman & Simpson, ,s doing a lively j i;t.h u-hatever we conceive to be of in-, u.us ior 111()1V s..(.,lritv of ' free t'h.iu-dit. trade: and f will say right here, that ! terest concerning our great National ' (Veo speech, free press-, pure morals.un when you want a good biscuit. or ' Centt-nnial (V-lebration at IMiilaihdphia. 1 lettered r. hgi.ius sentiments, ami of breakfast, have it made of W'hitesville flour. Our Public .School linelv under the cont T , n.iiri -r-iiw I n jm i.n-ssiii vol of Mr. D. .1. Thomas. The school at present nuin- I line ...vfHilr I In-. - l.l.,,. ill! . ' 1 ni.iuinuii i .-iLiiii; no: liailOtl niisim-ss nausai i mj. i jus lt) unt'S in i oli s sc cut -l n 1 1 c scliol.u s, piObtibly display ol our resources have assumed s,all support institutions f iearnin- ; the use of a medium of exchan-o as un the largest district school m the enormous proportions. No less- than ; rather than those suilicient to afford ev- : stable in value as the mercurial column ! county. j tw-lve ol our States have resolved to (.rv ehilil in the land the opperlimiiv of is unstable in height, it creates for its ! A'e are "-lad fo nofice sot.ie im. ! 'm"1 st'l):"':ll.(' l,','1,ll!1.i-rs ,',!i1' " rn ' ob'taining a good' cominon seho,)! eduea- . advocate and dupes a mental strabis- n,m,,lnn. , ,.- i i. . lciuity. Mr. (.lMhan has just completed a ; very nice little residence in town. Mr. dames Agee is remodeling his hou.-e. which gives it a verv health v appear- . . .M 1". George Ll-llOJ) IS lltllllg I another house on his lots Mr. .1. i ates is tirepariiig" to build a store , house. And Lastly, in t he wav of im- provements, Mr. A. J. Agee, who j itves about three-fourths of a mile from town, is building an addition to i his residence. Taking into consider- ' at ion tne lianiuess ot the t lines, i Whitesvillc presents a vsry Iivelv,en- 1 terpris'ui"-little vilhi"e " " lAniM"r 'r''p -11 LIMA Il.Ii. Letter From Flai? Spi-ins FiiAfio Sritrxos, Axdkkw Co., Mo., Oct. 2Gt.Ii, kS7o. C Ed. liUfuiMiiCAx: I have not seen anything in your valuable paper from our quiet little village for some time, and if you will permit my to write a few of the leading items of the day, L will try to do so. Everything is-lively here now; we have something to go to everv night of the week. Our Lyceum we must . this as well as everything they under speak of first, for out of the abun- t:lk(i wt? h'M have" our great State fitly dance of the heart the mouth speak- Prescntetl.-St. Joe Gazette, eth, and we must say, it is a success.1 A meeting of the Andrew county Everybody attends and takes part in j "Honorary Members1' will be held at it, from boys eight years old to men ! the Court Hbuso in Savannah, on Mon-forty-livc ami lifty. j day next, at 2. o'clock i jr. "We hope Our merchant, J. D. Shepard. says , times are getting better, financially ,1. D. is selling lots of goods very cheap. He has more goods-in bis es tablishment than has ev30 been in Flagg Springs before at any one time. He is verv accommodating, ami we are jrad to see him got alouii- well. We next notice our blacksmith and wa-on shop, carried on by Powell & Demuiid. All kinds of work done on the .shortest notice bv Lhem. Thev are both -oo.l workmen and -ood , " boys, and de,erve the patrona-e of the peo)le. which they A'jxy rainini,r fa-t: besides thev do all kindsol'turn - iitiT and scroll wok. W'e have ju-t attended tlv; Lyceum: it went on (inely. The question for debate ne:cL Tuesday nijrht is, 7,e - ' ! ' . . .. . - I ' I v .4111, I 11V, -'V.,, , t'll.il I III IIMI ,,(, .opie(l. ' 0 U0Pe lO l -.ll. xl . I . 11 11' 1 3lr. (.'lark, our boot maker. isdoinj Wir .lwio M oiwl 1 ( i. wou ui u, tin up, uiiu nno jt. .. ', . , . ,. , i ates iV: Locket, are doing a lively t ratio here in their druir store: wish them success as thev are both tirst rate men. T. F. K .nerson is clerking " lor them at. present. Pen Ivnigv.l is still pecking .rnvay at the blacksmith trade. JJen is a good hand to shoe horses. " , . W e must next )eak of our school, taught by Miss Margery Adkins. she has one class that will complete IfavV Practical Arithmetic in a few davs and allot h r (-lases are progrttt- ing finely. Miss Alargerv is one of the hot teachers that has ever taught in this district. i.ro,. Our band have hired Mr. )u lor some time, lie visited them last Fridawand left last Sundav for Marv vi-lle. He saiti the boys had wall:.ed right mlo it. and learned verv fast ) I:lsl- ! down Well now, as Mr. Ougan cairn , here there was one of the boys to meet him at Iiosendale: when he got I , , 4 " ' I'uiL-Mni lie. matte a iniMaive, :illl thought he was at Losendale, and got oil' the train. So the old gentleman had to walk to Kosondale from Hole- kow a good joke on the Professor. Willi these I will close. More anon. Success of the Centennial. . We have. :nxl shall, continue to nub- l tie people tan nt: nia.u.-esi a ill'-, termination to assist m its success Kach sceuon, ,-Maie aim eny ot any consmera- till. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1"( l 1 1 1 l Will III. Yoll tVl lTficm t .1. 1 . ..I. - - i-v..i,,. :i,1! 111(11 m- "is oe- ca-jon an event in our natural History. . Alrer.dv '.lie mviiarations for :i Cull "'('1:l1 ,1S(;- 111 (,r,.l('r ,() m:,l"; V"'11 lu'"" ! ducts more conspicuous and distinct as , State exhibitions. j Kngland, France, Germanv. Kussie, Au-tria. (,'hina, dapan. and other for eign nations have applied lor space for the erection of spacious and inagnilicont buildings. Add to this more than two hundred tastelul edifices, the eiiteriirise of alllu ent and patriotic citizens, for the enter tainment ol their friends and guests. Thus it will be soon that ' Fairmount ! " Park,"' consisting of about "0!) acres of j ground, will be transformed into a beau- j The people arc now asking ihom iilul "City of Palaces."' selves whet her any party has ever These facts indicate the magnitude of ! shown such honest v. courage, and this great protect. I ih time next vear die great, fair will be nearly over; many ; ' "s n' li-ave seen it the world in I miniature. With a view to tin; conven- ' ienco of visitors without diet motion . .... . - , . -. . Railroad f.iros will bo reduo ! bevo'id i precedent. Hotel prices will be e-ula- ! : ted by. the "committee," and extortion , j w.il bo the exception instead oftha inle, I giy:ug us :.II an oppor unity ol sj)endiii. :i few weeks ol pleasure for a compara tively small sum. It will be of incalcu lable advantage to our people to have such a favorable opportunity as this. Our "honorary member:,'1 "meet next: Saturday at the court house for the pur pose of organizing and assisting in the representation oi Missouri. Every coun ty has its organization, and St Louis has started' the work, and with the aid' of the ladies who are most energetic in there will be a full attendance, as the object ot the meeting is to take. the ini tiatory steps for the representation of this county ia.the, great Centennial Exposition.. ; President Grant's Steech at Dos Moine3. Sept. 20th. : Comi:I)KS: It always alfords me lnileh of:t!if!e:itinti tn moi't m- i.iii-iiIi ; .-,sti.n or fourteen years a.ir, and j to tell ov.-r ajjain in meinorv the- trials ! 51,1(1 hardships ( ,i,()c davs hanSsliips '""j"1 ll p.e.Cvvatim ami j.er- ! petuatioii el our tree institutions. We j )0n.v,., ti1(. W(. .Mevo now. that ' we have a i;ovc!inieut worth liirhtinir 1 r,!"' H' n"I ln, worth ilyiiijr lor. i ii i . i .i I huh U1 uiii ; iillliailU-S- paio me ! latter pric lor our preserved Union! Let their heroism and saenliee. Ie ever irreen in our memory. Let not the re 1 i,,llt." oi tiMiy bo tc.-rrryeil. The i I'tiinn !iml lri iiul If ntii I'm' ,-Ii..i, ' i". ..null thev fought so well should bs held more dear for their saoriliee. W'e will not denv to anv of thoe who fought against the'rnitedStatos anv privileo-e under tlie (lovernnient which wo claim our- y . . ! selves. On the eontrarv. we welcome ail sut., who ,.OIIl0 (,nV:inl in rio.l ; faith tt build up wai.e places and per- l!tuate our inMitutions againl all ene- I mi,'s as hv"lh . ' , ith i us, in i:otjmon heritage: liuf we are not ; prepared to apoli.gize! for the part we j took in fhe war. It is to ho hoped that like ni:lls 1I(n"('r I'ffsiH ur ! ""t'T; i their settlemei.t no class I ol people can more heartilv jon than th(. ()wr who .lunitted to' the dan gers. trials ami hardships of the camp o'1 l!lL hattle-tieid. on whichever side - tIlL'-v ,m:iv l,:lV1' !',"ljht; . (,t people are more interested in guarding ilSilni every enemy preventing the nrosneritv ot free intitutionq. I do not bring into this assemblage poliiie,'ceitainiy not partisan polities 1 T!'.Ul U ,:lir M,l,'t'(t 1().r, i t.ieir dehbeiatioi.s to eon-idi-r whatmay Ik i.eeess;; to si-i-im; u,e prize jo which they have battled. In a republic like ours, where the citizen is the sov- ereign and the olhcial the servant. where u power is exercised except by the will oi the people, it is important that the so ereign. the people, should footer prmnote inai intelligence wn.ci, is to pve-erve us as a free nation. If Wo . ..1V(. Mitftlir ritns:f in t.,. -,..-.i- ..irt to i..ii. .uiou.ti tonu st in tne iie.n future of our national existence, I pre- (lu,t xat tm dividing hue will not be ' M.:lson :l!Vl)i"n's' bnt 'x'teen j.atri- i oiism aim wieingem-e on one sine, ami I superstinoa,. ambition and ignorance on viie other. iNow tl;e eonJenm; ve:vr ol our uauouai exisiem-e. i oeueve r. good . ? , - . T I inn; i "i iii nit- ii i . i i . i7i sti i:j;iHL.iIIiii; the toiiiitiatioti ot the structure eom I menced by our patriotic forefathers one : hundred vears ago at Lexington. Let ... .,11 j.,i.".. t , ...1.1 ..n ,.i,.n,.i ,.,j,m rights ailii" privileges to al! men iiTespe(;tive of nationality, color, or re- eiieonr.-io-i. fr,.,. se bonis ..ml 1 .1 . . ' . .11 . re- soive uiai noi one oonar oi mo lev at) proor-iateil to their supp port shall be an-! pr,,riatcd to the support of anv sectar-; ...i 1. ,i ,i e ti"11- miniK.-d with secfuiai:. Pagan or Atheistical prejudice. Leave the mat- Un. )f reiiion to the lamilv altar. churcil. and jriat' schools supported entirely by private contributions. Keep ehtiivn and State torever separate. With the-e safegu iri's I believe tiie battles whii lrereated the Army of the Tennes see, will nor have been fought in vain. The President's speech was greeted with applau.se, repented again and a ""am. vigor in cutting out tne tibiiscs wliieh I ! may have grown up under its sway? Did the Democrat ic party sliow any such spirit with the Tanimanv frauds? Dil it st rike down t he guilt v agents of Ms own motion, or did the reform come through the popular abandon immt of the Democracy and. t lie sue-- cess of Republicanism. V"e are informed that Preston Pond a young married man twenty three years of age. living on Turkey Creek Prairie, wont blind very sud denly a few days since. lie Avas per fectly well two hours before his afliic tion, when a heavy dizziness began to creep over him and two hours la ter he was stone blind. He has a wife ana-an infant, and stands high with the community in which he re aides. Carrolllon Journal. Marshall veted on Tuesday, bv 200 to 12, to subscribe t?0.f)00 to the Keo kuk and Kansas City Railroad Com pany. Elmwood,. "Sambridge and Marshall township having thus vo ted their respective- subscriptions. We congratulate our county seat upon her improved prospoots lor a railroad at last. Marshall has no business to be an "inland" town,, and we hope will not be so muchlunger.-r Rrowns villo. Herald.. A QUADRUPLEX. The Latest and Greatest Improve ment in Telegraphy-Cne "Wiro to Perform the Work of i-'our. The mot experienced electrician o'ten yes. even live ears since be lieved it to be an impossibility ttiat two messages eouhl bo traii"mit toil over one wire at. the same instant. About three years .-in.-e the Duplex instrument was invented, which al lowed a mes-aire to be sM.t and re- ! reived over thirs-ume conductor witli- out interlerence one with the other. Hut the most wonderful progress has now been reached in t Ik- nuadruplex, which whs yesterday liv-t introduced 111 thv M- L,)!"'; o!li,', ol tl"' eslern 1 Oonipany. I'.y tne aid ol this j '.Mitiot: one wire is equal to four. ! ('ri'!l1 is (llIe t(J V'. Cinn- ! '-H'i oi"'r:itor ot I lie St. Louis omce. . no. never having-seen an in strument of this kind, and umissi-ted wa- succe5!'ul in running the wires, arranging the batteries, and adjust ing the rather complicated machiuery nece.-sary to insure its perfect work ing'. The importance of an invention like this will strike every thoughtful mind, and cannot be over-estimated. j j RAILROAD SUITS. The Late Bridge Disaster oer- the St Louis, K. C. and A suit was brought yesterday by Jno. M. IJnh-.mnon in the Circuit Court rll'MliK' III.' Si f.lllll I.ll-!.J I 'ill- .mil I x7-t.,-ii K.-tilwav ( 'nnov Th,. ; broUght to recover the sum nfslo.OOO I as compensation for injuries received bv j.iaintiil whilo traveling on delen,lant?s i . ,. , 1,1,1, .,,' .tn..,t ; u.jm.i, tjme :m accident 'occurred near 1 ( ;mvi.r stalinn, through, it is alic-ed the rotten and unsale condition of a ! bn,. at that pi. int of the road. I A suit is :i!so limii"Iir. hv fln T Un. i hanon, bv her next friend. J.-hn M. Ko- !muon, ui.tlhe same companv, for 1 the sum ofsooo. as co.m.e.Lti.m.fVir ! - i . , --------- - mpirtes received at the samo time .iinl j ,,f!W.c. The plaintiff in this ease is a , ,rjri ,.;-i,t vears of a-r.., dau-diter of Jno j yL Uohanon. and was! it isalleged, dis- iij,reti and tli-ab!ed tor life as :l lcmH j 0 accident. A third' suit i brouh igamst tae sai,,(. dcrentlunt by dolm M. Uohanon mil Amanda Jw. I'oh.uinn lii wife, to 'ceover the Mim ofS.'Jfi.n.io -i damage? for injuries received in the same acci dent, whereby it is alleged the plaintiff A. M. l-otiaii'tu. was cripp'.t tl for life. ( i lobe-Democrat. What are Scmii of the Consequen ces ot Inflation. It galva'uizes into spasmodic life ail that is reckless, imprudent and foolish in human nature, bv infusing the gamb- ling element ot pure ch.inee into "everv ' i...'- ti.: . i i " i mus; the,- look where there is nothing. i and think thev see sometime'. It nves 1 them one dav of the ro-iest illusions ami i a week of the direst disenchantment. It j makes them spend that which they have not mortgaging the future for an hour of spendthrift enjoyment. In the dreams and reveries of mei, it substi tutes the unreal for the real; in the looseners of morals which it engenders, it makes tlie supi erne good of men to const-: In the rapid accumulation and lavish displ-.y ol wealth. It is the crea tor in it? victims of an absolute insanity, so tiiat te.'.w regard the very calamities inherent in its nature as blessings to bo .r!n cti?trTit (in nntl t 1 1 tnTr It litwlo ,u. .,c ;f ;r..i;..;,T.,.,i nil; iiiiiii'ii, a.- ii li'n - uii iii.iii iiiiiiii, nun the straight road to bankruptcy and dis honor. These results of an irredeema ble inflated curreiuw have been demon strated to Iki trm? by the experience of every people who have tried it, and by none more so than bv our own. CO I.O K ADO K LHCTI OX. Dexvku. October 2f. Returns thus-far received from to-day's elec tion indicate that the Republicans have carried the Territory, and that they will have a considerable majori ty in the constitutional convention. All points heard from so far report Tiepu bl i ca 1 1 maj or i t i es. Democracy is the blight that rests upon Xow York city. Like poison introduced into the system, Its effects tire plainly seen in every branch of the city governmon;. Unless-the tax payers combine to rid the city and State of the corrupt party that is ad ding to their burdens, thev must face inevitable bankruptcy. In the Christian warfare, to main tain the conflict is to gain the victory. The promise is made to him that en dures to the end. The object of our spiritual adversaries is to prevent this. Every day which wc are prs--served from" going back, thev. siif-taau a.defent .-r-Kaveon. .