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Weekly Fair Play. t,,c Brcwers"m rn,l,er
Do as At'ur High as Yon Can. !
stretches widely before
I Tim Brewers' forrcss of Xcw Philadelphia htve struck for higher Thu w,,rM
'York .net .June 6. ai adopted res- BPH of gass is nearly,. . muscle .iiul liniin :
And though clouds may often float
A. r. BEL.TKASM,
olutioiis asking for acndcd laws bv " ' ' .
i . i . ' Hie steaWc'r St. Laurent arrived on
Coi.gre-s relative to le brewers m- 1(. fllfc- in xL.w-Yrk. with the
terests, namely, the 3ral ot duty on French ftrmd on hoard destined for
Couissiii & ForwanHuc Merthant
Ste. Genevieve landing. Mo.. j
Wholesale & Retail Dealer in
barley and corn: th: simpler modes
of collecting dr.ly lonhl be inlro-
lmel: thai staintisi.l-eat'ter bo u-ed
UXElf, H7'2. (and no more bond.be lien-after re-
f quired of brewers. The resolutions
went on lodcnouiKtriupcraiice use?.
tin' world's Peace .Inbileeat Boston.
Two bttrirular- attempted to rob
th- Mm National Bank at J-rey
City, reeently. lint were captured be
fore they accomplished their ptirpoe.
The carpenters are on a strike in
Xew York ritv. A carpenter named
IMI L 1.. LKJIPKY,
Tbe Philadelphia Convention
Philadelphia, June t. in Ai..as a ack of hyllui folic why cottfrl ltr..iv,...ll u-:: .h..t ... t ... he.I ul.il..
cmy was tilled long before the hotirllnt distinguish in from MiiriTous working on Thirty-ninth street, by a
lor the assemblage oi tin; convention.1 i:niv. ti.i- -,..fni,u-i,A it... striker, who was arresicu.
In rieveland. Ohio, the other day,
a voting woman t ailed at a tailor -hop
to iiro.-iire work. One of the work
men, an entire stranger to her, being
all railed by her appcariiice. struck
up a eoiiver-alion with her.and in le.
than an hour they were mn.de man and
wife. An illustration of hive at lir-t
A locomotive in Hhode Island re
cently M-oopetl a lli'lli Up "II the cow
catcher without hurting hitn much.
A little boy in Paxtou; 111., latcly
got into a trunk vitli hi- :itiy ami I
-hut down the lid. which was pro
vided with a -prill;' lock. There ia
a long hunt lor a lost boi- rind it look
. Ahl often come tempest and rain,
lie fcarle-s of .-tonus which o'ertake
Pu-li onward thro all like a man QTTDlL'V b'D PnHnn?TAHPT?B 8i
Im.ihI fortune will never forsake vou OUllT III fifi, tUfl ! MiUJOMl, U
If you do a- near right as you can. rtatp UfmU
Me. t.enevieVe. - - - - -Missouri.
Clia. 1'uruow, if. ..
i convention. 'Hniiors. TheV re.rhlilcliA 7 he ao-
Thc delegates were allscjited.tt about 1 p,,;,,!,,,,.,,, of"a Vomiitc.; f-. devi-e
hair-past 10-:iitcriiig the hall ad- . ,,(t mcslu f,,r(Hr?in:ractiiig the
midst the warmest demonstration of j unfounded as.-orti-i v.f tin; fanatical
eiithiisiasm. Every available space , agitators, "d --iu.fd by coiidein
iu the Academy was taken. The. !., any pnlitivIr;rty which nmni
third tier, which yesterday was n.lfts ;mv ,.H,f. who ha .-hown
mostly unoccupied, this morning was hiiu-clf :t VM 'of fr- temperance fac
litcrally parked, many, owing to ll;
heat of that iiiarter, appearing rrt
their hhirt sleeves. fcT" .Sub-c-ribe r the I'aii: Tlay.
The Coniiuiltee n I'lslform Viet
havin- come in there wss some delav TlieScIioolmasrortaliloriiia.
in ..peiiinjf tlie W.-ioit, U i PMder- A peda-o-ue i-Curlew, who ua
slood that thewisbt'e1.. a somewhat " '" n iiercifully welting
serious dillereiMft of opiui.n in the ,,a "t :l "- j-"i d the
ronmiilte. At W:30 Chairman .Settle ti,,H '' explains that ".-he peri
called the oiiventi.ii to order. Af- " 'ijr siIT pellets at him
ter iiiusie by a band, the roll ofSt-itc h" k tiirned." That l,
was called, "when the presence olsrh '" x'ii-e. Th Town Crier on.-.;
wassuuiounecdby thevhaiiiiieiiofthe!,;";,'l't school i. in the mountains,
restieetlvf de1e.r.il?..iis. All ll...Stf.f.. '" everlialf hour had to re-
ltemenibcr. the wii.i. to do rightly.
If u-cd. will the evil conloiniil:
Live daily by con-ciem e. that nihtly
Yoiir .-leep may be peaceful and
In content- of riiiht never waver
Let hoiiety .-hape every plan.
And life will of l'aradi-e Vavor.
If vim do a- near riht a- vou can.
daike-t M-aiuIM may
Anil -t rive with their
lo miuiv your tame, never lioei
l.ut ju-tly and hoiie-lly act :
And a-k .t "the lluler of 'Heaven
To .-ave your fair name a- a man.
And all thai yon ii-k will be ivcli.
If vou do: near riaht a- u can
riiYsici.vx. srircrbx axii
a ( on HKIft.
Market Mreet.Oppo-ite Court Hou-e. .
TK. lll-KVIKVK. Jill. 1-y f
Attorney at Law.
iti:.ii. fstatk u;kt, i
t'oiit'aiii-i'r:iud Xdtary I'ublic.
ti:. :km:vii:vi:. xo. i
("Collect ions made a -triviality. (
t j. YtoitKtr, i
DRV GOODS jGROCEUIES,
BOOTS aud SIIOE$i.
Fl KXITirUK, jfct
' . . a all
and Territories having cast their ' -aiau m -rape oh uie unci , f , i( tt. b , )lf y:1:r Andrr
votes, the chairman announced that ' l,:,ler wails auerin to the nap. and which led to his conviction it- a
tlin n..f trn vif I. Tli-'i.if.ll l..i?...r ' He
The Morm at l.oti. ille.
During a .-ti.nn on lite tth in-t.. :t
hour lo !rimj him to c..ucioii- th-h of liluiiinr -trmln the l"iibv- AliorilftV lit liil V
toriad Female Colledsre liuil.liiiir. on
There is a jail in Florila that has Sixth -tteei. and -book the entire ed- STK. t.KXKVlKVK. 3!().
not hail an inmate in tour vear.-. the 5,: . , , ....
co.utui-i..i.cr, have tin ned it into a K-v, l-v m",r k,U,"J-r "u UK. S. V. IIJ.ItTIl II, "
corn crib. vf- tneiubcr.- of lite family iii-ide;
In the Stite lihftirv at AlMlv. X. 'i h
Y., are tin: very papers that wci-e,ro.
The attention of allCa-h and clo-.i
biiver- is i-e-tuctfully ealleil
to thv aboe.
j iui-fc Sale
atitl Small Troth is
never penftted a trilh: like
ht for UlvssesS. tJranl, the latter IO ""--etf ins tiauem e; lie M iriiiiiic men navr li.-cinn'
.Mom i ems i iinii.-l to be a vcrv
was the nominee of this Convention j"-' kePl " iiin that abenline
n nap ami the wad-i
as its uuulidate lor Fre-idem-v.
Henry Wilson of Massachn-elts
'was nominated for Vice President.
until it had
er piece of eiii'iiicerm: but
w i-ijr w-y h i pim vioian "I Surgeon,' y,tTrm7'
d, and then, a if overcharged. J - o 7f llAMM. VC CO
.1'iichcd oil', went through lite solid ' I 1
(Opposite Court House)
ste. ;exevikvk. mo..
'.irick wall, .-haltered the stoves.!
sti:. :t:xi:viKVK. m.
I says -he couldn't . :(iiythiur in it.
crockery, Ac. and threw a little son '
f l'rof. llartoii icveral feet on (he t
rifl..k ..r i: :
tik. I.ut when they .. ,. , , . , . , . - . ..
look to dii.p.n;.h. ni in mucla-c lA: lweIllv.,ivi. ,h,v,-tim radical word-. on the outsi r the I... , e Up S 1 ll O II t I) IMlt I J t ''.""""P"1 tiT.ties Mles :,
madeaeompla.ttolhe board ol dr- of which Shak-pear u.-es lteen .. . ' .,fl ' JCIIllSl, Frees , idso nr-liiu,: t.ood- ,-,
thousand: ami il is the verua'uhtr t i"""?'" stk. a:.KVii:vK. jii
.... ... . ...... ...... .1
seveuiv millions ol niniau lienors. i.uu win me. uie si.e.nawa-, f-iin
UK. J. W. RII ill m.
II..-.. I. ....it. .. .... I .
. ...I., in... i.ii ...'I, it i... ai.u care
fully selected Stock of licadv Made
"Youiijf mai' said the chiUrman,
' "ef you don't ike our way!;; you'd' oare-iooieii; iwre-iie:uiei utile
heller si!.... ..r l.l.n.Lela rrn.1 .,!. "" "V""1' n " "'l'lfT . II-
It is said that numerous petitions
:are hein presented in the Cermau
............ ...... ...v. ...... .. , p.,., ..,,..,,;,. ,, si1h.hu. I.e
eriiment to take prompt and ellecliial I'renlJce Miill'rd tort skitle ycr for' rti-hin into the church and e.Cclaini
measiires for the siijiressson of eini-' nior'n six moitfts, ami never .-aid a in;;, "TviierC's my papa? The jiis
.ration agencies, which, the petition-, a word ain lip wads. ' are out."'
ers claim, arc depopulating the coiiii-J The Town (tier hrioflv extdaiiied The Ann'tyBill removed the i'i.lil
1 try. One district alone limnberiii-rj that Mr. Mulfj-d miht eiive been enVof SOrtth' ot !''M"11 l;'0'0""
.riO,000 inhabitants, has already lo.-tj brought up on iper wads, and didn't i X " '
thw spring 1,S00 persons, aud tlicexo- j mind them. j CV The F.uu I'f.AV is mil v 1 :A
Am is still contimiin at the rate ofi ''It nin't no in-," said anoth' r di- per year ?A advance.
from ISO to 200 a week. Thes emi-' rector ythe ehilrren hev got to be
pranls, ifis .stated, are not altogether ainiiscil." j Terrible Sturm,
drawn from the poorer clases, hut The Town frier prolcstwt that (M'xtox. 111-.. .Inne 7. The :...-r
embrace many of the small lauded 'there were oihc auiiisemeuts ipiite as istruciive rahi-lorni of maiiv vear!
liroprietors who, discouraged by the divcrti!ir: tiut hethird director here paed over this vicinity last nVht.
lrospecls at liome, are crossing (he I arose mid rcina:kel : 11 low lauds in t'verv- direction Jr.'-
occau in the hope of bettering their "I p-irfeelly urree wilh the cheer: H h d, and grei.i de-triietinu of
-condition pecuniarily aswell as polit-; this youngster l.clter travel. I win-. , robs is reported. AIii"-the the Illi-
mcht rk naiivr Taus ikm at ihts roofer ntVi rU- iw.it. mi ti.t. .
i-t it-r ot lute Murts; 0cr-l.irt-.
I'n.lcrsliirts. Oniwers. Collars. X.vk-
eeaml resilience on M:in Street.: ties. Linen mid Silk Ibimlk.iMii.lV;
I Sock. Sll.-pender llr.ii-.v-. Traveling
ur ouckei, were roiling Willi lernlie p. C. Uoier .t Soils Store
sptvd down the li-rlit tiinir rod. Oni Kefer.-, by pcrliiis-ioii. toDr. Her- Itairs. Valices and Trunk
the south side of the biiililiuir ihedi.-- Hell. i-y J In Piece tionils for Men's and
I I lout lis.' wear. We have an iiuii-iiikl
Lanr As-ortment. It comirics
play was still larger ami grander. A
-hower of t-le.-t rical sparks, like A
cloud of lunimijr straw, fell jff.'at
nrofu-ioii again-t tlei wtilluildi the
ground. The heat front thefe fre-,
ijuent lla-hes could be fef for .till'
tance of seveiHi' hundred ft'c't
Gam brin us Hall,
Corner Ttiirtl and Market St..
(Otpo-ilL'the Court Hoi-e.)
The very b.'.-t iialities Wines.
.-.r.L. t : .r i
- - - .. .... . : - . - i ..... h-.i.iit i. I.. " ...... 1
The familv of prof. r.arlm;aiid in- , ' T , ' '-"l""-and Cigars. ahvavji ii lin(.s a (L. p.,.,,,,,,.,
deed, many ..r Hie neigl.hois. were U hK' ,'PlarStyb-s niisinpiii pri
appreheii-ive for some lii'ie thai the I 1 I f H A K L (.' II K .N C, j ,.;., ti1.llVk-t,Vl!.r I.ast M
.leans, Collonaih", Linen-, etc..
ell-., from which t.'clitleineii de-iring
to liave tlieirgirinciit Made toOrtl.-r.
can be well .-ililed both in Slvle and
tiur Niii'K.iu Mats ami Laps cni-
We hardly think Itismark will ven
ture to try the coersive policy in this
case, for he is wise enough to know
"that when people become dis-ati-licd
it is better to allow them to go when I
ioppilarcdye.r'!ttioH5 there a rreeces
sary lidjunx r tlitl school system.'
Mr. Chairman, I move that this ycr
skoolna-ter l)e?hot." '
The Town C.-icr did' HtH remain to
:and where they please. Meanwhile! obscne the reiilt of the voliug.
the United States will give cordial San Francisco Xews I.ftrer.
welcome to every (inrniaii who'
H-hooses to leave FaHicrland to seek an 1 r.ir-on uW!iH ?s a iiiifach; " ;
abiding place in the new world. ' Hoy-'-Dimiio.''
Mo. Kepiiplican. . j l'ar-iiii "Well, if the -Mill were to
.-Inne 1 1 the middle of the night what
should you say it wa-V'
Boy "The mrtolh
1'ars.jii "Hut if j oil were told it .
was th? sun, what Would vmt .-av it
ehock hail proven tatal to .-onie of
those in the hou-e. I
At ler the .-torm. on Monday even
ing, a lady attempted the eros-ing at
Hie corner ol'Sevenl I. -mil 1tr.iMili.-iv I
where the sewer opciiiug had been AXI AT tliK Vkuv ixwkit lKift
, opened to drain off the water accumtl- Hooting and
of all kinds.
' lati'd in the street.
washed away. ho-e.-. iiirns an stock.
ictlie ilorlli.'a" nr 7' filv riviTal ' Hi . ... ... . i ( s ..
, ... i r -4 " , ", -" stepped lto the ol!hinga!l i-.'?h i I K. i i. the
h.Mi-es Acre washed awav. the nV- , i a'
The Disaster at the Rapid.
The Keokuk Constitution of Mon
thly published the following in rela
tion tw the disaster to the Xorlhwes-, W!ls
teniat Hie rapids a few davs since-: j "y-"A lie."
SundavYiii the steamer Xorth-i 1,ar!i,-"' dont Hill Ho: Suppose
western, oik f the largest and best ' 1 toW TO,1, U ,,!CM,,, ,vh,,t WhuM
.... .... v , . .you sar then."
boats belonging U the Northwestern, . .... .
,t i t . t B" ' w:lsti' Holier. '
Union Packet cowriiiy, struck a rock puilt.,
nearSandusky, and sunk to her boiler, - -
vr deck. The accident was not. an Jesse B. Itobbint:
Unavoidable one. Had the boat kept) The crowd assembled at th.' 'our'
!ie regular channel di wool. I hnve ,,",,!,,' Satnnlay afternoon gave
passed over the rapids in
instead of doing so she attempt.
Witt... il.tifi, 4li.ii,.r1i IL.1 mfl I
... , ..,. ' 111 iifr.iinig him. just at the begin
near the Iowa shore, the o11ictssiiii-i ...... .. .. J . . r
. . . . mug oi ins sneacli. that some
mates b.-ircly escaping with I heir lives.
A large number Of hogs and other
stock are drowned. One farmer re
ports 'JOO fat hogs- aild shoats gone.
Southeast the lo'sses are still moree.v
teiisive. Fences 'bridges, culverts,
r-tnall buildings', railroad tracks and
everything moveable, have In
lleing thankful for past iiatronaire.
we solicit a coiititiiitilice of Ihe same.
lmiiiiisiier .ll tlu.l to. ti-itl if.v.ht...i..i.
I Tin, and JapaiiW
lleing Iht-refore able to sell abetter
clas of goods either bv the viird or
manufacture than any house in or
I out of St: Louis. Mo.
Kesiibfctfullv. nAjtJt k Co.,
X.lt. We pay at All Times the
Highest fash Pri.c for Wool.
I'ot-e to Order'
Very near being drowned, flic WU4it.,.illuAii i-mlil. v,.
n's,1"'(1- very wet and very thankful, j 1V.;..I I .
, i iiiriii -Mi
u ....: ponce. ..iii.-eis n.-.-ir o. no ; cy.iiurai.iiity.'coiivcmeiice.aiiilclesiu-, .Iulks F. Jams.- W'm. F.Coi.
witnessed her nii.-hap and ran to her linc-s. For -ale Low Kill: Cash. i r i irm n ! 'j-as-istanee.
' 1-y I JAXIS & COX."
j (At the old stand of Jaiiis & Valle,)'
('on-iderable damage was double-s
done by tli(;stonli in Ihe country, but
beyond the overllow of Ihe streets in JC.Vmi. oxi.v. Iry t'od;
Oilers for sale at. low priiv--. for
veryiinng moveaiile, have been , , i ..... ,, i - l '
. . . , several places, anil tilling a cellar or I Keady Made ( lolling. Hoots, shoes,
wept :.ray. Several narrow escapes . ... Y , . j Hardwire Conle.-t tmHrv )n.-...w
, . .. . ' two with water: no great damage e- "'r"w-,"- '.""V L""nr:V v'viis-
rom drowning ale reported, and one r. . , ware, Ac. (.ive hut a. 'all.
sidled to thecilv. .loiirnal. M.-r.-leiiit (-....i;. ;..... t,.
ivalid; who wik coiilielIed to move 11 1 :,' rJ ii lM Ste.l.cn iee.Mo.
... :...u.. ...... ..r ....... . .. . . J""' 1-y
CiT Don't forgcVHiat yoi! can get
in vain:: who wu couicllea to mov
out in lie .storiil. died of e.iosuii this)
morn i n if; All the coal mines are the Faiu Pi.ay a whole year for One flUIR Farming roiiiuunilv anl the
Hooded va-t and sohlh of this f.'.iut. Dollar and Fiftv Cents. , A tlubliegenerdly.will beiir iniiiind
Soul Invest ol ('Union, on Spoon river. ' . that the "XK .WILLS" ahvavs
(he daiiiage is reported as still greu- allaiitrS-. Vi!t"ieIUJ.nKTl"a "' i I,,uo: fof
........ :. . . . .v . n HfcA r and iii Cwh Only.
ier.iiuiiiipariietiiarse:iiii.eoiiittiiieii, i ne gaiiauirr ot tne American sea- The Well-known choice hrattls ofi
asan communication is severed. T.P. . h'.pu who taveil tlie euy orMareillcs,- KumHy Flour " Ctue" and " Hoy,"
& W. railroad is badly washed .-iwaV. j together wilh a llil'tisand ships, is en-1 am' "Hier grades tcpt coustauty'on
KaehKiile of CaSit.in "the bridges are' f hnsiastically coKtmciidcd by all the ! Jjj xl'' al,,lat thu ,0Wt,!HP09
goiie. The telegraph is ,Iwn. The European papers. While the sound- j Wjots ofOO lbs md upwards ieliv
C. 15. & (J.. track is also badly washed u was lyingat anchor in the densely ered fiikk ok ciiaiiiik.
south. Several bridges between this crowded harbe"r, an e.xjiloiirin ofcur-l M.VUTIX MKYIK.
1 1...1 i i i. ........ i .-i'-. iienevinve. jio .nine .
s-tfetv i,llt ' 'lattcriiatti'iittou to the address of l'oil,, n,,,, H''shvilln tiro gone. The Jed on board :iu Italian (nitrc'citm'
' Judge llobbius. Some of his friends ,K,,H!,jrc to croK caniiol now beascer- vessel, setting fire at once to the ship
empfeil " Worw sass tliink a little iiulii-rtot ivi,h nhy certainty, but it U and her dangerous i-argo. There
Change of Xame.
iVotice is herein- L'iven t lot iik.m n
hevond doubt that all Ihe .'nnil in Seemed no nossUoIitv nf iini-iiiliii" Iictition lire-eiileil bv Lizzie R..W.rw
the bftV hinds :s wa-hed out. The . the spread of the flames to "the uthi-7 '"!' "l ijte. (.eiieieve county, site of
- m.itiihi ... . .... ... ...... . . . i -
! iiiuiiiiiiii com i . smii
. . .. .. . . .. . . . . . t , i i. . .
uie real extent ot the l.?mage a-c
BUCYRUS REAPER & I0WER,
The Bnckeje Cider MUI,
AXI UKALKHS IX
Dry floods, Groceries, Itoota and'
Shoes, Hats and Cam. HarjL
ware. (JueeuswnrB se,
which they offer' to
sell low for
posing the recent rise would fnniish (;n.(,(.v ,..,., higher ,,rairie far,,,- have not suffered ' iHerchantmen, ahd such lit. event j v and s'JuT'a't uT&v
water. Ihecjcieninentronid liisas-lj,,,,, ,., t kl!cp Democrats awav. ''"ve not esrap.,1 enti- would certainly have resulted in thctherof A. D. Iu7i'it was orderc
trous, and will result in a heavy loss i Th.. iudrc .mve his r...-.-,... for st-..i- rol.v- will be several davs before" destruction of the cit v. which is built ' adjudged by the court thai the
er- densel v to the water's edge, and has i " . peiiuonerue ciiangcii iro that
' Very inadequate tire eingnishiug! fi"
First, the boat only sunk to the iiiniii
deck, not the boiler deck: seivmlly.
the accident was unavoidable, the raft
channel being the usual one for boats
when the river is at its prcsclit stage:
thirdly, the only lo- to the Xorth
westerw Union Packet company by
the accident being 200 bbls. of flour,
which was in the hold, does not con
stitute a very heavy loss. We have
felt called upon to r.iakc this state
Clerk of circuit Uurt.
it til. ..4l.lkllM.lt T1.M 'V.tl..i..:.lM. 2 . 1 ..
... . ......,vi. mj; ,,,,,1 umier tne Lvinocrauc Hag,
was heavily frv!ghted ami much of and warned his hearers against bein-'
her cargo will he dam.-tgvtl. if uot ro seduced from their convictions bv, .. , i.atkis: a jiaratns. While everybody else stood fonuer Ini-baiiiL
incd. The steamer Karrlo. with a Hie cry of exnediencv. He would ' ."!r " rn maKS' 1110 ";'"!'(' paralize.l the seamen of the Ameri-. Attet: .I0SKP1I ItAUMjX.
force of liielK wrnt un ves!ertlV ti!Hier gow down with hoi.e.-t men ., , .."' ''rvn V'".' 'r" r"vU'L squadron, put off in their launch-, ,.- ,,.
eiidcvor to rise the sunken boat."! " P De.nocratie Z'Y1?' '";'.iTni..g vessel, scutf"
The Constitution might have ko,,t ' I'""e.pl than to sell his birth-right a bri)1..c " T" ' "rf 1 ,Y, , T?t " JfEW STORE!
. , for a mess of porridge. His fortv !! c a'c ,x-. AH c ""tnunn-i katcr, aud then, by a uii!ed cftoH in t? IHji 1 Ci I;
itself within the bouuds of truth. ... .. . 1 ."" . IO": 'caHon h cut off for several ,Uvi-.t...: i i vk. ...... rifrvrfl.rfi SnVSaUr-
niniiiics i.iik was intersperesti with .P , .- .. .. .i.... .....uo ikj urn. m.o - j
humorous anecdotes, the substance of TxroI'u,rt,Ua,sbydrowiiiiijr:(.e r- the bay wliere her btiriii'ng could not STE. CEXEVIEVE AIO
.... - nnnn . .. ... .H. .
them hctiting the occasion and call- '
ing forth peals of laughter.
Fuggins was inimitable. Farming
A illglllar f'vak of liL'litnin.'Oi-.-nr-
Arcident on 1. 3i. It. It.
Last Friday as the local freight wa
makiugits regular trip north, it could
only take part of the train over Ilo-
emianger any other cran. theircool- Has ju-t received a new and fc-h-ne.-s
and daring were greMed by jiriw pb te stock .f Fancy Croccrie-, Liq-
Memnhls and St. Loals Packet
St. linuis. jletiiphin, Delcna, Greea-'
ville. and Vicksbii
Pass Ste. Oeiicrb.-ve, 66irH utreara:'
Monday, City of Chester, 10, w. m.
Tub-day, Adam .M cabs and V lcksburg
l.a.-ket, 10, p. in. ....
Weiluesday, (;raiidToTrer10;"n. in.
Thursday," Adam Jacobs Vick-"
burg" iarket. 10, p. m.
Friiy. Belle Memphis. 10;.p. m., . .
Satun'lay.- Adam Jai-olis and Vlcks
burg packet, 10, p. in. .
Pass Ste. fjenevieve, up stream:
Monday, (Jrfliid Tower, fl, p. SB.
Tuesday. VlckMiurg packet.
Wediied.ir; Adam Jacobs and Belle
mehipiii. 5, p. m. (
Thursday, .Vicksburft ptikrt,ayp.iB.'
Friday. Aitftij Jacobs, 5, p. m.
Saturday, City of Chester, 5, p. nt .
Sunday, Adam Jacobs and Vicksbnrg
packet. ", p. in.
... joiix a. scudder; vmt-.
T7. 1. Lovk. See'y
Sotice is hcrebv given to all credi-
aiid a licet of merchant men.
ed on 1'om.er .tl- ;,. i.s. .-an Mountain, leaving six vdn of
about the ...i.l.iin c t,i " i ,H,,i,,cr wM c caboose on this siile.1
,. . : , . " " '""" "' ""- .TJiere was one p.-fssenger :n the ca- Court,
particulars of which we failed to 1hmw wh(j ,t i? . ww ,trulk. Thc eXriting case of the present
learn until the olherdav. Eiirhtcolts ti. ;.. ia.i :!.... ,i.. ..-ti. t r. ..;..:..:. .
i in- tiuiu i'itt ii i.'t)iJliltkUIl iliiii in iii uia i iuii.wi:dii,iui i. iMtll
ionged C.ers IVotn the Varbor am. ,,2
shore, and Marseilles i loud it. the rf ;i . ,! lS rot A Vul 1 ' William fouzen, deceased, that I
praises of the men who. at the risk of , ' ( .ft 'iiv i io.l ,l-'aa Coiueiis, clirhiistrator of said
t.: i ... r. ' ' 1 u" " ' LitM,4. ..,! ,, ,ake filial settlement
...... o..a.i.. B;-aii ... inspect my goau .;.. fthecoiintv
g5TFarin produce taken at iie
highest rates.- l-t
tneut in order to assure thc friends of i ro " 1110 I,R,,r"'- ''ar the creek distance when We let off thc brakes of Have been tho-e of the State ttguint
Com. Davidson that his
very great, Mo. Kepubl
Aeconliinr to Mr. Henrv eerfarrt
climber. fviuce a partiality for some
particular species of plants, stretching
out their temlrills and branches so as
is loss is ,lpt ?"!-'. when a thunder storm came the remaining portion, and came down' Tyler and Murphy. Tyler being in-iflDV flflflTK! IITII PPfiPFRTES
blicau. 1 "P. and live of them were siiiiultane- Hogau's mountain at a fearful speed, dieted for murder for the 1iooting of UUUIM hOU UmJUDiUin,
ouly .-truck by lightning and fell running into" the passenger train ( his nephew. Hill, and Murphy being J . tv
dead, lingular to say they all fell ' which was gormj ndrtlt, making a to-' ihdicted for a-saulti:fg and beating HATS ti
I within a snace of twelve feel -o-ire ,al w reck ot thc engine and three or" his wife, with intend to maim and i
i - - i
thereof! the next term of thc county.
court of Ste. Genevieve county, State
of Missouri, to be held at the court
home in the cit v of Ste." Genevieve,
on the third Mondav, being the 1-1tlt
dor of Julv. A. D. 1872.
Chas. C. Kozier, Atty.
I Xc.ticc is herebv given to all credi
..ml ,.th,.r interested in tie
BOOTS A.xn SHOES tatc of Peter Bloom, deceased, that I.
For Family Use ; Also
and the head of each in the sain direc- lour of ,,1C r,,,iawny. cars. The rtarr kill. Tyler obtairicd : conlinnaiice, 1 Of the ;?c-t qualities,
1. 1 -Ji-'t t Ifc. 1 71 1 ...1 1 1 ! i .
. .. . . . . . ::. " tion -mil clo-e t il...r ln..-..sl. ... c-iuscu inc. .-.c.-.ot-.i. so ..am;, aim a-auiumeu 10 ua:i III Uie Slim.
io come m innct with them, while t,rt that he died in about an hour af-" of twelve thousand dollars. Mnrphv '
to other species ther have as decided P of Jinx l.ri, lges. one ot 31. n,rw.anR X Olio 0)I t,, pas-e..r had a trial at.d wrfound gt.iltv bv'a'
an:,ver..ion.:ivoidirtheni.and nev- tabbot. one ot John V . Flecker: the ,,; ,vai hurt, bur the engineer anajurv. He took an' appeal, anil was'
er becoming attached fo them, though other two were strays. That i what t ,,.,, had a narrow es.ne. hai-JiV r.l t,. J.nlt !.. tl...
... .un i.j. iiiv uri:i'-v vi i lie wall i i niiinin on coil
ide lu -i.lt- f.Mo. penio- rat
ir ly time to reverb the en-rine "A hundred dollar
it'np nil'. Wai:v Co'tllty pentoT:it gns
i i-;iiion l. Wade Adtrtini-trator ot
.u;i intend to rtrakC tiiial Set- -
And at Lowe-t I.'ate.-,: tcnK:nt thereof, at the next Term of
r'oni Asit only. I the county court of Ste. (nivicvc
Ste. Gentvieve. Mo. 1-y v;,.ve. on th.-e :M Mondav (Ix-ing the
: 13th ,.,V) 0i .llv A. D. 172.
Sub-cril.e f..r the Fair Pi.av. Only' WILLIAM. I. WADh. Adtnr.
mo dollar ami ttty .cuts per car. flarle- C l!ier. Atlv 1-t