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JJkxky Fui.tox, the crack shot of the American ritle team, has recentlv been giving exhibitions of his skill in St. Joe and other western eitie-. At a distance of eight hun dred yards he hits the bulls eye eight times out of ten. Yj: arc now living under the new Stale Constitution; and as it prohib its the passage of stay laws, every man must walk up and pay his taxes promptly or else sutler the penalties prescribed by law. The penally takes effect the 1st of next month. 3Iit. CiiAxvriii.E Ia,keh, of Ean dolph, has had tin .acre of Ids corn measured, and found K to produce one hundred and eleven bushels and thirty pounds of corn. lie says he has thirty acres of corn which competent judges say will yield this vear GOO barrels of corn. Kvkuy road overseer shall erect and keep a post at every fork or cross-roads in his district, to which .shall be aluxctr a linger-boaru. con taming a legible inscription, direct inir the w av and notimr the distance to the next important place on the road. Such business litis been sadlv 'neglected, ami road overseers -would do well to examine section iJ0, new .road lav.. Says the Jlolt County Sentinel: On the evening of the 12th inst., af ter the result of the railroad ck'Hion became known, Mound City wa bril liantly illuminated in honor of the victory for the bonds. All the tar barrels as well as dry goods boxes that could be procured were impress ed into the service, anvils were tired and an era of good feeling, such as Mound Town Lad never seen. wa ushered in. It was a grand jubilee. Ox November '29th, JJev. Philip McXees, one of the oldest ministers in northwest Missouri, died at his "residence, near Craig, in Holt county. Air. MeXees was a native of Tennes see and was raised and educated in the Cumberland Presbyterian church, of which he early became an ordain-j ed miniter and continued so until his death. lie came to Holt county in 1853, and has lived in that county ever since. A littijU ovej' two years ago says the Jloouville lisigle, the Democratic party put forth to the people, what they should do if allowed to retain control of the State government, viz: that they had succeeded in leasing the Penitentiary, "whereby the State would be saved a large sum of money annually expended to keep the insti tution in running order. Jf now turns out that the whole arrange ment was a bosh. The le-sces, it appears, have thrown the institution back on the State again, stripped as bare as a jay-bird, and the people have no remedy, as the bond of the lessees is admitted to be worthless. When will the people learn wisdom? Mr. and Mns. Jl-v.Li,Kxscin:nK, have been sentenced to be hung, in Gasconade county, for the murder of Christian Alband, committed on the 17th of June last. They in company with Mrs. Alband, wife of the de ceased, killed him in an upper room of the house and then threw him out of the window, plaecd him on a wheelbarrow and wheeled him oil" to a ravine and covered him up with brush and dirt. Mrs. Alband was tried and sent to the Penitentiary and has since died. The other two are to be hung on the 17th of next month. The two women held Al band whilst Ilallenschejde beat him to death with a club. Tub St- Joseph Steam Printing Company has purchased the printing establishment lately owned by Frank Siviek. This makes the printing house headed by Capt.Posegato equal to any other in the State, in size, it was equal to any other in quality of ! work before. Mks. Elizap.kth CadvStax-tox, of Xew York, one of the most talent ed lady lecturer; ot the country, de livered three lectures in Oregon. Holt county, last week, which tire highly spoken of, and n-adc a most favorable impression for good. She spoke un- ! tier the auspices; of the 7oiii:ni"s Un ion, of that place. JrixjK P ai; kick, of the United States Court for the western district of Arkansas, which includes the whole of the Indian Territory, kas his hands full, having over one hundred mur derers, horse thieves and other crim inals at hand for him to pass judg ment upon. There are twenty mur der cases to he tried, four hundred witnesses are in attendance, and the fees for witnesses and juroro amount to J?600 each day. Josrci'it II. Fokk, wh'j killed his brother-in-law, .Beach, some two years ago, and subsequently twice at tempted to assassinate his wife from jealousy or insanity, ami was sent to the penitentiary for ten years, escap ed from the prison tit Jetlerson City Wednesday morning of last week. Two cell mates, Jlobert Norton, from county, iV.r burglary, and .1. W. Peters, a IT. S. prisoner for robbing a postolltcc, also escaped. Frank ()s born. of Lafayette county, made his escape the same day from the peni tent iarv brick vard. .As fJovcrnor Hardin is known to be bitterly oppo.-cd to the practice of dm Ming and to severely condemn those who engage in or aid and abet ? . A I ' V. ' ' . I it, mere is some suipri.-e epres-eu that ho elected for one of the most responsible and 'lucrative appoint ments in his gift a person Aviio hits zmtde him-elf conspicuous as second to a would be duelist bragganl, both before and since his appointment. State Journal. Win. Vimi. an old and esteemed citizen me! with a frightful accident on Saturday last at his saw mill, three miles west of JIallsville. lie had his right hand cut completely off by the circular saw. It appears he was reach ing down to clear out some tra.-h from under the .-aw, when it struck his hand with the dreadful result sta ted. The thumb and all the fingers were taken oil". Tin.' hand had to" be amputated again by Clark. .Mr. Winn is seventy-four years old. and the ac- cidcni win De a very dangerous one to him. He has the sympathies of his manv friends. Herald. Home insurance The Farmer's Insur ance Company. ot Andrew County, will Insure Farm rropcrty in Andrew County. Apjily to the Secretary, or local Agent appointed by each ('ramre. If- IX. TALIIOT, President. E. 1?i:aytox, Seeretiiry. no:3tf SUCCESSOR OF ardent & Wilkerson. South Sido Square, Savannah, Mo., iu:A3.i:n ix Drugs, Medicines. Perfumery , Notions, School Looks, Stationary, Fancy Articles, Paints, Oils. and Dye Stuffs. PURE WIjYES and LIQ UORS, for Medicinal Purposes. Physicians' Prescriptions Care fully Compounded at all hours of the day or night by an Experienced and Practical Druggist. GIVE ME A CALL. lira ai vst m n m norm, Savannah, Ann;. 20th Gm. mm i pis ! 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Anextracop of either ihc Magazine, Weekly or P..i.ar ill b r-upplicd grat:- for every flub of Five Mib-criber- at SI no each, m one remil tance: or, i i. opiec for ip-JOlM, without i xtn; c'iiv: vo-taire tree. P.u k ni:;iii'i r- can be .-implied at any time. The Annual Volume.- of Harper's ija.ar, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by expre. , live of expense, lor ST W each. A complete srl, c.niirisingeiirhl volumes, sent on rco-ipt oi ea-h a! I he rate ot -;C -J." per oI. , fnight at ex-pen-e ol purchaser. Promiueiit alien'iou will bej:iven in Il.irpi r'o IJa.ar to -uch illu-iraiion- of tin Centennial In ternational ICpo-itiou ao ma.v be pi-citliarh ap- i jiropriati- to ii- coiiimu?. IL? .Newspaper.- are not to copy lln :Mver-ti-ement without the exprc-s order ot Harper I!rotlurs. Addle.s llAUPElt & niiO'I IIKb'S, Xew York-. Journal of Agriculture and Farmer, A Weekly for the Farm. Orchard anil Home Circle. Tie- Weekly Journal ol AgriciltureMiu Farm er i.- a coii-oiidatioii of the moiiiklv Journal of Airri'-uliure and the weekly Mi--ouri Fanner, and i.- how The Great Lcatling Popiilai' Farm and Fireside Fapor of the Sontuwest II- ih-pai'lment- are eoinplele and ab! eiliied. The (JraiiL'e i-a li-adiii'r feature, and "thN de partment is alway- full of good iliiug- contribu tidbytlu member-of the urder. Tin ladie are heard through the column- devoted to tlx ir interest.-, and many hinls of hou.-ehold utility and wood advice can be irleaned bv Iho-e who w i-h to become ornainents in I heir home.- and !.V their lire-iiie. All ila ees will be in-truct-ed by reading the Joiirua! of Agriculture and 1' arnier, and no laimly .-Iioiild be without i: . I;.- MAT? 1KT 1 i K P( )J i TS are complete, authentic and reliable, and the paper i- wot ill ile- siib-eriptiou pi ice alone to t its ni'irkt t.-, fiv-h and reliable ecr week. Send for il! Read it! Taltoits advice and it -will pay you. Men and women, bo- and girl-, old and yoiin-,', give the Jourral i'f Agriculture a trial for oiieyear, and .-ee ii' von liae not made a good invcjtlment. It i-a1::rgi s-page. l-'-coliiitm weekly Agricultural, (irani'eand Family Xew paper, and i.- free from poj;icaI and religioii-(lisu--d)n-, and it-s cha-te and well written page.-, make, ii a welcone vi-itor in thoii-and.- (.:' hou.-ehold.- in the srrat .Mis-i--;ppi Vailev. Club agent-wanted, to w hom liberal t.nn will be given. We want agents in terv town and village. m iiu Krt- sjH-cimen oojiy rnr.i:, ami w eas that you send u- the name- ol'yoiir iriend.-, so that we ma -i ndthein -peciiiieu copie-. Siili,cnption pric.-, v.'.oi) per annum: club- f fi or more, SI, ."in eaeh. Po-iag-, . i!it, inu-t be .-eul with each name, a.- we prepay e cry pa- CHEW. COBDSLL & GO., Publisher:, 31u Nortli Sixth Sire, r, St. I.oiii.-, Mo. October in, l.-T.-i no-2 inis. ;ioo5ooOlo TO OAS ! OA V'OI ED VAUMS JX IOWA and MI-s()l !M. ,,..,, ,.' , JL, 10 PER CENT. INTEREST ! . lull l.riiile.l :,rliculai-. aild?.-, T.fo W Fnv.Mx.t Uaiiiiow. Hank.-;-. Corning, Iowa, oi: W. V.'. ( .vi.iw i;i.r, SAVANNAH, Kui: Andrew ',.. jfj. Averill Chemical Paint. Purest White, and tiny desired shade or color, mixed ready for u-e. Durable, 5eantifnl,Water-lTooi and Economical. Sold 1)) COOPER & (HlEEXLEE. Savannah, Sept. 24. 1875 Cms. WAS ! WAR ! on iiiirii mm ! ! JUST ItECEIVEI) liY I RUS' ELL, Convinced of the truth of the motto: QUICK SALES & SMALL PROFITS, he has determined to oiler his now new, larre and desirable stock of at such LOW FIGURES as will Insure purcliasers. GIVE JJIM A CALL and be COjWIjYCLD. His Store is at the OLD STAjYJD, South Side of the PUBLIC SOU ARE. Savannah, Oct. S, 175. WILLIAM CIIAHACOK REAL ESTATE AGENT, AND rVOTARY COUNTY UUILDIXU, hAVANNAII, MO., lias a coihjdete Abstract of Title To all Lands in Andrew County. All tHisintsS pertaining to KKAL Ks-TATK 'lU-'imptly atteiided to. Money Loans Negotiated. The following comprises a part of the proper ty I have for .-.tie: l.'d. A choice t.irmof l'.toacre--: V20 in cultiva tion: a good. holl.-e;il,xl() feet, well water, I" apple tiees, and a 'ariety of other fruit; one and a-half miles iVom lnche.-tet-. tjo. A ve rj desirablesiiiall farm of lOaeres, :: miles north-east of .aannah: good new frame hoiie of ihree room- and cellar, log stable and ci.rncrib-: 70 bearing apple trees, :'.tl bearing peach tree.-, and other unit trees. Price Sl,i'(K: ?l,(iOH ca-h, balance on ri-a-oiiabb time. !7ti. i.I 1-i acre-. :E under cultivation, good frame house, the loom-; and cellar, stable, gra nary , --moke hou-e. iff hou-c, Wflland -pring, I.'.Oapj.Ie trees. Hl' J each tree.-, a variety of .-m:.ll frili! : iwo mile' ll i-in depot, half a mile from school hoii.-c. Price S--,0ti. '1 erjus ea-y. WILLIAM 0HALLA00M3E, Ileal Estate Agent, Savannah, Mo. September :,, ls7."i tf o t K" Or Xrp OQ I. fc? g t CD 6 t w 3 T Eh o 2 c3 S in - 'Z. fj r o , t J. 872 m John r.. sv.tTH. in-. siii:ii.K.iini:i;Eis Hackberry SVIills. Formerly known as the "Sinith" Mill."' t-itnaJod about f iniled north oi Aina'oni.'t. and six miles west of S'avan- nah. Having been fitted up by the un j dersigned.. they will do all kinds of Custom Grinding and Sawing, on short, notice. They will keep con stantly on hand, for sale, ?lour, Hsali Bran, Ghoppsd-Feei, Sic, They solicit the patronage of all their old customers. CriTKegular days of grinding, Friday and Saturday. SMITH & SHELLENBEB&EB. CASH HOUSE! . The Public will iind a irood assortment of Dry Goods, Motions9 Boots, Siie9 Qweeiiswar5 Gisnssware. 9 63i-iy39 AT THE STOPtE OF E. I. MITCHELL, SO UT1I- 7 VEST CORjYER OF P UBLIC SO UARE, SA VAjYA'Alf, MO., Prices as Low as any House in the "West. Casli "buyers will find it is their Interest to examine my Stock. E. M. MITCHELL, Savannah, .April .'th, 1.S75. Tl-IE o The Lock Stitch inventeu bv 3I1J. HOWE, and made on thi 3Iacliine. is the most popular and durable, is :'tke on both sides, and will NEITHER 11 El N01! 12 A V HL. and ail Sewing Machines are subject to the princiile invented by him. A 3Iaehine was needed possis-'ins Simplicity and .Durability, and adapted tfi a trreat nmoe of work, one easily un derstood and comprehended by all. To produce such a 3Iachine has been the study of Elias JIowe.Jr., who cave to the world the first Sevrinc 31aeliliie.mnre than twenty years ago; and now we offer liis hist production a Machine einbrue ing all essential uulitio, and iironounc- fi m wm m m mm Person- from :i li-!:i:.ee :in orl r n 5I-ii-tiiio With perleet eolltMellt'C !" I HIT li'ole Jo ojii tale it il! :i few lion,--. -ueee.--Hi!ly. h: theai'l ot tin i-iitel in-trurlion- that :;ei"ojjif:iiiy e:ieh M. ehine. The iIe'U:inl i'or Jhi-; New & Improved Machine IB Is imi-reeeili nteil in tin- history of Sewing Ma chines. 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This " Ci'im" expels the miasmatic poison of lVrr ami A,ui from the system, and prevents the develop ment of the disease, ir taken on the lirst approach of its premonitory symptoms. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and cer tain cure of Jntermittents is, that it contains no Quinine or mineral; consequently it pro duces no quinim or other injurious effects whatever upon the constitution. Those cured by it are left as Jiealthy as if they had never had the disease. JFovr anil Ajno is not alone the con sequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disorders arise from its irritation, among which are Hfeiirala-ia, 3thiiini;i tiHin, Coiit, Headache, ItltaclricN, 'Toothache, Caraclie, Catarrh, Asth ma. laliitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen. Hysterics, 1'ain in the llonel. Colic. Iara!y4ii, and dcrnuc-e-inent of the Stomach, all of which, when originating in this cause, put on the inter mittent type, or become periodical. 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