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THE WEBKLt FAIR PLAT.
S. IIEXKY SMITH, Proprietor.
tiiuksTay7 - - July as. is;-.'.
The following l r-'U :iiv author
ized to iw-ivii Mib-criptioii-1 and ad
vertisinijfmlheFAinri.AV, and to
receive and receipt for moneys:
Mrs. Amelia II. Wittcineycr, Ste.
Kobt. Slaughter, hl;tc- Mar-.
Billy I lofiiiiaiin carrier, lor
Wonder if we are jioing to have
any candidates for State and county
officer i" our county. We don't -ec
ny announcements coining in. Our
rates are as follows for announcing
For Consrcsi - - "
" Hcpresentative - - "
County officer - - ;JV"
" Township ., -
T (rOiir office iVhonoicd by a brand
in w 'Devcil."
fry County Court nu t la-t week
iiiul train-acted considerable business.
5?- The Fa i it I'i.ay is oi:.y 1 50
per year in advance.
g- Head the communications of
"Gabourie" and "Independent'' in
.St. Loins Dai
tit the Drug .Store.
.1 cents a copy.
9" Attention is called to Hie. no
tice of Tax Collector in another col-
i. Taper Collars, two Boxes, for i"'cts
at IIAMM & CO. j
Wastkd. At.thia oflicea load of K0""1 !
ood for which tho proprietor will givo ono
year's fiibscription to tl.o "Iaib Fi.i:
WanUsl right a way.
3?" Onions enough at Jokerst &
Itovcrie's to make all the lovers in the
county cry their eyes out.
fj5T (Jen. Ko.ier left for Fiirming
ton hi"t Thiir.Mlay. lie has -.incc pc
turucd. Joki:ust& i:vi:uii:. Pay "uijjhcr.l
prices In Casli. for Potatoc.", ( )nion,
and all merchantable produce.
pg" We have had Mime fine rains
lately it is feard rather two line lor
the grain still Mamling in the stock.
B(gU White, Cheviot and Calico shirts at
-astonishing low prices at
IIAMM Sr CO.
f5A'e notice that Dr. P.rahani.oiir
popular dentist has ret it rued to town.
tST Jokerst & Boverio, aro now selling ,
Groceries, Dry-Goods, Notions, & Shoes
at Orcnlly Knlueeil l'nces.
Kmilo Kern, who was bitten
on i nc linger i.y u rnine Miakc, vecK
before la.-t, had lo have his linger
ampulatc.l on Monday. It is hoped
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inai ue win get aioug an ngui now. i
(V Goods of all qualities for mens near
sold, by the yard at St. Louis prices at
IIAMM & CO.
We are in reciept of tho pro-
miiim list from St. Francois Coiinlv-
It shows a line spirit of enterprise and
it is expected that a "Grand Fair''
inrcalitv will come oil' there this fall
Salt. Messrs. Janis 01 Cox and Jokerst
& lloverie havo lately received tho largest
lot of Salt ever brought to this city uliicli
li put up in tho very best quality of oop.
rage. Tliey proposo to sell it very Ion-
C-Mr. John 1$. Kobin.-on candi-
ace Kj, of Perryvill, .Mo. were in
iowii last week attending county
court. They both seem to be enjoy
ing line health.
6U If you want to buy a fur Kat for
little money go to tho hatters.
IIAMM & CO.
ES It will be noticed that we have
discontinued the use of "patent out
sides" for our paper, and are How
printing it all at home. We hope
now to be able to get along without
issuing any more "half .sheets."
Bekr axdWixe. Mr. Jo. Vorst has op-
to.- . Rw s.i.w, 1- ,. ...11 . ... . .
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patnmage. Ue also keeps the finest ouali- f
ucsoi Mines ana cigars. Give him a call.
(TMessr Jules J.-mis -in .1 r- t"
iiSrfiTmiT ST Y" t,and r,0c on cry dollar in excess
rSVZ JSUT STthercot
xr . :. . ., . , -ur T-
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;tocr will g,vea Grand P.all at I tho isthmus of IIonduras.Tho plan
Union Hall, to-night (Thursday) and
all who are fond of "triping the
ligth fantastic."' should attend? We
are informed that no pains, or moncv
will be -spared to make all who attend
enjoy themselves hugely. A large
attendance is expected. Tim ...,.?
"..oeSege...emc.un connection with
tl inifllM..(An it. . I
."a.a.v-c main win nc a grand
flair. Tickets. HM)
gs- summer clothing after this date at
reduced pncea at iiAMii & co.
Tf It lias l.UH'ii ll"i-t-d to u that
our sidewalk would look hdler if
the doir fennel and weed were !
down fnM I be sides net to the fen-i
ccs besides the Indie-, "ble.-s their
dear little hearts"' would not be o
likely to get snake bit. I
J- Jokerst &. llovcne, are now mUIm;
Groceries, Dry-Goods, Notions, & Shoes,," im'eM" ln,8 '
Greatly Reduced rrictt. ! August next, 1S.2. Also doK-ates to a I
- . Senatorial tlisirirt rnnrpf thn. And
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3& no nave 110UCCU our menu,
Jules l. uui'Miou K-i. Wearinir a
vcrv smiling faee for the last dav or
two. and had wondered what could
have caused it. We have since learned
the cause. His wife ha pre.-e'ited him
with a stunnin" boy. A i!ne-poun-
iter. Ilappv .lules !
TTT , 1
tST Homo made flannel slurU at the
price oftheflanelat 11 A MM A: CO. j
Xg. Wo feel much bettor "0v and
of course much larger and . -re im -
ponaiit. a" our lietter halt lias ii-
better half has .-on-1
eluded to come and May with us. In
future, should any of our friend-
wish to call on us
v us anv
"greeiir." for subscription U, the F.nt 1
11 ay or :inr thing else they will al
ways find us, or our better half at
home to wait on them.
Jokerst & Bovcrio desiring to close
out their prosent stock of Dre.it iluods are
offering them at Estrtmtly levj Prices.
Francis V. Boiler & Son.
Aro now opening another largo !it of l?ry
I '.Joods, Groceries ltocte and Shoes &c. Arc.
bought cheap for Cash and selling at prices
I Thoro has never before been so largo a lot
of DryGools, nil in choicomakes undsUlus,
bought to this market and placed on Ei.ic
at such reasonable prices as those aro now
FRANCIS. C. KOZIEi: Sr SOK.
IIIAKKIKD. On the 21st inM. by
S. A. (Jtlignon, .lustico ot the Pcao.
Mu. .Io.sr.ru STf.Mi'K to Miss. Mauv
E. TiiKAiioi.n, both of Quarry town.
Sie. Marys' WDpliest
Keported e:ch and every week by our
tlT" Dr. .1. !!yrne, a few das ago.
received a linn thorough-bred llurk
."hire pig. We understand he pur
chased it from .ludgo "banc of Al
tenbiirc;. at a moderate price. Farm
ers lit want of thorough-bred bogs
will probably find it to their inte.-eM
to call on Judge Shane.
GIT The continued ralhsof the past
week in otir vicinity have caused se
rious apprehensions in the minds of
farmers for the safety of their crops.
on account of large portions of the
harvested grain still remaning in the
stork, and unlos we have more sun
shine soon, there is great danger of
, the grain sprouting, which, should it
t.,.Ur, voiihl prove disasteroiK. not
,,,,. l(, f.irlll(rSf jJllt lo thu bll!i.
ess co:ilmmiilv j;one.r;lilv.
I Mr. Ailgusl Kern, of this place, '
showed us an usually large tomato,
raised on his farm near Sic. Marv. j
'and which, when put on scale. '
weighs,twcntv - sixounee.sandaiuar -
tor, and measured sixteen and a half
inches in circumference,
f.r supporting Greeley and Urown in
thc eomiiig presidential election.
Some of our strong adhci-ants of the
Iur-il5r:mt administnition attempted to
l'vo to Mr. 11. the contrary, but our
Perrvville lricnd could not see it 111
that light, ami dealt them heavy
blows that sent their blood down into
Attextiox, TonAco Growers.
Hereafter, by tho New Tobacco law, I
110 farmer or producer of tobacco is .
af jlr. J. B. KobniPon, Kso., of!
1,-rryv.lle was in town on Monday ,.()livcrsc moro frec,y and delibcr-! same age, sor. of Willis Rogers, left ?
,f last week, and in the course ol llu- aVcV tJi:m we Can here, and where 1 ,,omc ; thcmornin!? " d w ont If
day. bad occasion to eloquently cx-'.aii be ylad lo make vou welcome t '" Ml l" U'C mon and wont 5
Plain the great necosit v and reason . i the best the farm affords. 1 bono I t0 thc Joacnim truck " a hshingex-.
allowed to sell his tobacco, except to' undermined his nit- " 00n ,,CanI a !,BSP,a0IB no,c' and
tlioso who have paid a special tax as , " "UV,I,I,M "" turninir, saw Rogers going under, he
Ufii, e uraly strong constitution. Mr.AVhit- . ' . . 0 ,i , '
Icat dealers, manulacturors, or pcr-(COm!l was ihc publisher and editor of having waded out too far, and step-
sons buying for export. Ho is not tic Charleston Courier, and was a pod oil' into a place where the water
,. , ,. . , c IL!""" v-ouijui, .iki -' "'i 1
allowed to peddle it, except ho nav a m.-m of influence in his section. He' was fifteen or twentv feet deen.
ieaf dealer's license, which is SAOO
- ."v uis ".o ...u ii-s.s man ciuvo
f"acd, and its loan is upon tl.o Lon-
on market, having in view nothin-'
. t 0 , "olul"c
less than the potago of shins across
uroposcu is 10 raise vessels bv liv-'
1 - 1 . . 1
diinlir lift -.nil t,,-f .5 1
draulic litis and tiausfer tnem by
railway track from one ocenn to the
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other. Engineers have pronounced
thc plan practicable, and the companr
sav that tho entornisn e-.n l ML- 1 1
saj that tho cnterpiso can be carried!
iti.mn.ri. f.. e.. ono nnn r t. i
.-,vW,v, .e. u.o u5C
whlch moderate sum they are
wii.mg 10 pay or agree to pay ten
per cent intcreeti Is.
count) Demoerale Convention.
i fewnsblD Deiaoiralle MeetlittK.
Tei nsnlp Democratic Mecttas
' A County Democratic convention of dele-
"atM e-ppointed by To.vnship Democratic
Mwtiniri, is hereby called tc Meet, at Peter
Atzerts store in St. Genevieve county,
on Saturday Aug. 10th. 1S72, at 1 o'clock,
1. M. for the purpose of tf ectinr; delegates
to the state Democratic convention which u
,to meet at Jefferson tity, on the 2d day,
congressional B.cn is w nm
Senatorial district convetthn. And
r . it
iu.siiu- utsiwuAiii; .uttiuu,
t t tTia iiiitil nliAa ;t!i Trtiitirna
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Au-. :M."i?72, at VI o'clock I M. for the
purposo of appointing delegates to such
county convention. Each township may
appoint one or more delegates not execding
aro earnestly urged to at-!
Ottnoa&U aro earnestly urged to at-'
tend the township meetings called.
lt j5 hoIK;)1 tllat cvery DemTitt in each
township xvill be present at tho meeting in
' liie townshin. And the Question, whether
or not Ul0 county Democratic convention
3imii nomirtute candidates for county
ihM nomi:iate candidates for county oir.-
ccw, is hereby referred to th Democracy
of the county to bo decided m the Township
I 1 !t-l 1
meetings noreDy caucu.
Ordur of the county Democratic Ccn-
' trl e.iTnnittA
S. A. (5UI00X, Chairman.
Ste. Genevieve Mo. July 2:t,
3Ir. Greeley formaly Notlfled.
The committee of notification held
a meeting in new York o:i tho 12th,
and formally notified Mr. Greeley of
Altera short epcech of Mr. l)oo
(iulc, Mr. Ureely mado those re
.lfc. Chairman -an! Gentleman of the
Uomiiiittee of the convention :
I shall reqairo tilno to consider
how to rctdv fully to the verv im-'
povtant audi need not say gratifying,
comm,iiiication that you have pre
MutcJ to me. It may bo that I
.should present in writing somo reply
to this. Ilowover, as I addressed the
Liberal convention of Cincinnati, in
a letter somewhat widely considered,
it is perhaps, unnecessary that I
should make any formal reply to the
communication made, other than to
say 1 accept your nomination, and
nccopt it gratefully, in tho spirit in
which it has boon prescntod. My
position is ono which many would
cour.iuor a proud one ; at tho same
timo it is embarrassing, becauso it
subjects mo to temporary (I trust
only temporary) misconstruction on
tho nart of somo old and life-long
friends. 1 feel assured that time only
is "necossary to vindicate nttl only the
disinterestedness, but patroitism of
tho course winch 1 itcterminca lo
pursue which I had determined long
before I had received so much sym
pathy and support as has, so unex
pectedlv to me, been bestowodnpon
i'e. 1 Teel certain that in timo and
in tho good providence of God an op
portunity will bo offered mo to show
that while you, in making this
nomination, aro not less Demo
cratic, but rather more Democratic
than you would have bcon in taking
an opposite course, that 1 am not less
thoroughly and earnestly Hopublican
than ever 1 was. But these matters
reooiro ;reat considerations beforo I
should make anything that seems like
a formal response. I am not much
accustomed to txceiving nominations
or presidency, aud cannot make
IcrlV,n7H iiuenu as somo muors
IllllUl A V.M.I VIII 1 . 1 1 .. I. A
hope that somo or all of you can
mako it convenient to come to my
hni'iblo farm-home, not far distant in
the countrv, where I shall bo glad to
i -i. i '
'that many of you all of you will be
'able to accept this invitation, and
' now simp ly thank you and say faro-j
Mr. George Wbitcomb. died at his
residence in Charleston, Misi$ipi
count v, Mis-fjuri, on Wednesday thc ,
10th iust, after a short illness. He
was confined to his room but a few ,
days, but had been a sullerer from j
riieuniaiisni lor some '"" "-
was a vigorous writer and took an en-
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He s honored member of
..he Masonic fraternity, having been
a grand master of the order m this '
iin,,,l,"-u v . ...w. -
igraim niasei wiiiieeiuc. j.i .i.i-
State. He ; was called to this office
?bot the fining of the war, when
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conduct it affairs in thc midt of
iwnie sccuonai ami pomicr.i inner-
thc lncnlbcrs. ,Ic
,,r..v...l i,;.,w,.if rami to the trvin-l
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emergency, and materially assisted m
preserving the heritage of harmonV
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that wide spread brotherhood.
-Mp- W bitcomb was about fifty years
uf IIe was i,ued on the 14th '
IIJl. Ill HIV .UilJl'MIC IVl 111 UI-1IC1UU-I
fa;rc cemctCrv. St. Loui. the funeral
w?- i,nn lli.,nimi
,iie r.tud lod-e of Maquis which wa-
called fer the occasion
Papers WNlch will e Free or'
i Slumps after Next 0i!obcr
An internal lweuue circular now
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list oi papers and docum on which
III III '1ITI II I I I III t'lt" LIU IIMI1IWI1I
stamp duties will be abolished after
the 1ft of October next:
Contracts tor insurance accidental
All agreements or contracts or re-
. uewaH ot the same.
I i. c i i
Appraisement-?, ui vaiuooruailinrje, 1
or lor anv otacr nurposc.
Assignments of'a lease, mortgage,
policy, or in?ur.nice, or anything elo.
l!ilh of exchange, foreign, inland,
letters of credit, or anvthiu:
kiml nf)W taxc,j j,v j.tanjj,,,
Bills of lading ar.d
" n.i.-ipi, "
j the United States or any where else,
IJHls of alo of anv kind.
I y)0Ulh of i,ulemniticatio!i of anv !
. . .
Uond administrator orguardian, or
anything that ha.s tho name of bond
in it atid now taxed b stamp.
Certificates of measurniont of any
Certificates of stock, pr'r.fit.s dam-
age, deport, or any other kind uf
certificate now taxed by stamp.
Charter, or its rctiewat, or a charter-part
61" any kind.
All contracts of agreements.
Conveyance, any part of tho work
Indorsement of any negotiable or
I not negotiable instrument.
iiiitrj-, lor consumption, warehous
ing or withdraw?.'..
Insurance policies, contracts, tick
ets renewals, etc., (life, marine, in
land and fire.)
All through, tho lease list'
Legal documents. Writ or other
process, confession of judgment, cog -
novit, appeals, warrants, etc., letters'
of administration, tastamontafyj etc.
Manifesto at cnsloiri hou.id or any
where cite, or for any purpose.
MortgAgo of any kind.
Passage ticket to any parljof tho
Tower of attornoy for any pur
pose. Probate of will of any kind.
Promissory note for anything.
Protest of anj' kind.
Koceipt. Now generally exempt,
and if included in present law in any
case, will hereafter exempt.
Warrant of attornoy.
Weigher's return of any chancter.
Tho only stamp-tax retained on
any business or legal documont, or
written paper of any kind, is tho two
cent stamp on bank checks.
Sad Affair Young Man Drowned.
On Sunday last two young men
from tho head of Glai.c Crock, one
about soventecn ycai-s old, son of
r Ar rri 1 .1 . 1 ....
'pedition. Aftor fishing somo time
near the bridge across tho Joachim,
on tho Ste. Gencvicvo road, they.
Iconcludcd to tako a swim, so thov
stripped off their clothes and wade'd
could not swim, and
Thomas, after trying tho
tola him he should not go out farther
than ten feet into the water, as beyond
that distance there was a. deen idace.
Thomas thon swam off, leaving Ito-
gers wading near the bank, when he j
Thomas immediatelv swam back to
. . .. . . .
both came near being drawn
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mm aim irot uoiu 01 uim iwice, auu 1
I and could not succcde in getting him
! 0 s
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returned, the body could not be found,
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Aiier aooui, inrce ana a uaii nours,
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""W u luo ,uu 01 fcwmu largo trarloftha fourth election district will ai-
&Jl hooks Afl in t was hold tend at the eigie's brick house in theTown
, . . 1 . . of Ste. Mary ori said Monday of July A. V.
over thO body, but W0 aro not iniorm- isr-i for the rjurnosa of reierine those
0 0ffiatcd as Coroner This' fhmJ
ca Wu0 omt atca 513 wwontr. i"JitacakMrfthoie3mliltod to rt th,
1S a Ter- sad blow to tho aged par-, hut generml registration, but v.ho having
- nta nf tbn .W-isJ Mfcmm ! for any causelkaedor negelectedso v do,
DaMcraX My 5th
I T!ie land of Cane The place where
sugar comes from.
A I'itiaki.k Si. :u r. Then' - n
more jitai'e -ijilit than that f :i hus
band and father i-ciitit; home at tin
em! of t lie Wi'i'k. Ii:i iitrr left thcurcat-
it part ot hi week - :iee:it otne
,,r5nkiM ?;ll(M1I.. u t!;illk v( tIa.
and liuury ehil-
. ilren. and the inferable uut'av, and
the coming week in torc for them.
bud the utter h.pele-Mic? of their fu-
Hue l..t. and can lind no wonN ofde-
ion -uvnir enotiirh for the man
1 t 1m I'fnv. . Is 1 - f unit it tut i kt !i
. . , . , , ,
i ci iiihiu'" Kim ms v. urn lie uoc
o. that fcr hi-
victim theie i" no re
A li li o II li e in e it I " .
1 A", :lltlIior)7eil tik nliiili Hi-.
Kobert A. Hatcher of New Madrid :i"
1 1 ;trict. Pubic. t 5o tin- decNioii ol
j the Democratic Convention .Mr.
I Ihit'hcr i" prevented by -e ere lamili
itllictioii iroiu fuuv:i"iug the li
tnct in per-ou at thi time but will
do m :i"Mon as practicable.
We are authorized to announce
Judge l. 1.. Hawkins, ol" Scott eollli
t , a a candidate for l'oiigre- Tom
tlie Third Coiirrre-'ioiinl District,
subject to the decision of r. Demo
We Mie atltl.orive.1
Samuel C. Collier, of Madi conn-
' i v; as a eamluUie lor t oiinr.-p jroni
of a Democratic Convention.
For. Su Kin vr.
We are authoricd to announce I-'.
Leavenworth as an indcpeiiileut Can
didate for Slierilf and Collector
Ste. Cenevieve County, at tho ensu
ing election in Xovemtrer.
Stc. lililifvieu- nurkff .
Corrected weekly by our city mer
chants. Wheat $
1 10 a
J -J.". a
J 00 a
1 1 lover
2 -SO :l
:l 00 do
'..-t) per bbi
ri.'i per lb.
t Jl' V"1"
St. l.ouis .llarlivt.
Corrected weekly front the latest
St. Louis papers.
7 00 a 11 10 pr bbl
:t 10 a
1 i'A) pr bu
1 'JO a
Hide", dry flint
. . green, salt
1 Sees wax
6H pr gal
27 110 pr cwt
tw pr lb
20 pr lb
f.2 pr bu
:!") pr lb
1 13 '
1 10 a
Subscribe for the F.vn: Pi.av.
AVI, !IIV Drj.loj .iqi.w-'inf.'.&O
Taken up by Peter Moro. living in Ste.
county, on the 4th Hay of July, 1872. A
ho"? f "ght bay collour, about fourteen
hands three inche heigh, atwtit six years
0M, with a white spot on tho fcrcscad, bracd-
cd 'n the risht shoulder ar.d hip with M. B.
with whtto hair on the weathers caused bv a
collar, shod n mnc.-L annreiscd at liftv
doll, by William Bella.-..! Charles Ucauvi
Atrue coppy iroin my strav wmic.
Justice of the Peace.
f Pen aftn
cniirt r.f StA. I a(nAvif.va Co. 3o.. aid at 1U
01 . , ,
district in the countj of Ste. OenevioTe,
Mo. for the ourDose of a special Town Elec-
f. h-,i. J t.i-tid rnurt in bo he'd on
faSTtfT Aut A? D.
is2. . Ana teat ignatious uiyton, r.c;
, mmn!!., V tl. u .1, I ,,f lh
Bverder of tha coustv co'jrt. July 17th,
A. D. 1S72.
i Attot, jouy. l. yoGV.
1 ?! . Clerk
Tabic or Weights.
The following is a table of the law
ful weigis of this State. As it is of
ficial, it n valuable for future refer
ence. Toandi "t. the Uushri.
Apples, dried 24
Hluo grass M-ed 1
Hrpom corn seed SO
Castor (leans .4t
(.'lover seed f0
Com in the cob 70
Corn shelled fit;
; Corn meal ;0
Hax seed 5
Hungarian grass seed ,"
Hemp seed ,.
Millet seed 4;",
Osage ( )range Seed 32
Potatoes, sweet 60
Potatoes, Irish tiO
Peaches, dried :!:
Stone coal SO
Lard (8 gallons equal 1 bushel ..tU
Sorghum .seed j'O
Sle.Cienei let eMails.
F.VItMINTO.V, IltOX MoL'.NTAIX ash Sr.
Arrive1? dai'.v at 1 U P. M. . !).-
! parts daily at ! A. 3!.
tJi'AUUYTow.v, Sri:. SIauy's am Per.
, ()ejvirts Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, at i A. -M. Arrives .Mon
day, Wednesday and Fiiday, at 6
! 1". M.
1'i xjAi n axu Dk Sotc.
Departs Thursday at T, A. JT.
Arrives Wednesday at (5 P. M.
Graktvii.u:, arrives and departd
Tuesday and Friday.
Upper Uiver Mail, arrives Tuesday
and Saturday morning. Departs
Lower Jiver Mail arrives Wednes
day aud Saturday. Departs iionday
and Friday night.
i xiiq m l ajici; innauiianu oi oio. non-
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vn' i-vtiiib mi: liviiuj iiuuuvu ll.ltb A will
meet them for tho purpose of tollrctirg
and recciiing their taxes for thc y cur 1S72,
at tlie following places and dates. U-wit:
Ste. Mary, AuKust I, 20 and 21.
S'rhoolhi use, near l'etcr llclar.i', Ail
gust22. SALINE TOWNSHIP.
Bryan's Old Tanyard, August 2J.
Avon, August 21, 20 and 27.
Chestnut Itidgo, August 2, 29 an-1 36.
A. S. Jemiing, August SI.
Turley's Mills, September 2.
Bry .n's Old Tanyanl, August 2.1.
Avon, AUgust 24, 2: and 27.
Purjatib, September 3, 4 Rnd 5.
F-lii G. Poston's. Soptouipr-r ''.
Cumin's Store, Septemlicr".
STE. GENEVIEVE TOWNSBIP.
Sauer's old Storehouse, September !, l6
Court UtmsK, September 12, 13, 14, 23,
21, 23, 2's 27, and 2s.
KOllT. G. MAVISON, Col.
The attention of the Tax Payers is respect
full called t Sections 113 and 11. S of tho
llevcnuo Law. Section lit Dm vices that
the Tai payers of each Township in the
I County tih'iit Slrtt the Collector at the
I timu and place appointed, and pay such
' Lurs as may fx! due ntonst them.
S)t t5on 11H pn.Tidcs that the Collector
shall havo power U firzo and sell lLo ginids
ar.d clmlloli of persons HaMo (or tax", and
no property shall bo exempt from such
wimro anif sale. And the Collect shall
j not receive a credit for delinquent tare",
l until he shal! have made auidavlt that ho
u.i3 been tinsLIo to r.nd pettorjil f roporty
out of which to maie th same.
K0BT. G. MADISON, Collector.
1T()TICE is hcrt-br civen that lett.'rs Tcs
ll tamcnlary upon the estate of Andrew
Meyer, late of Ste. Genevieve coun'.y, havo
been granted to the undersigned Jamb
Stuppy. by th! Jclerk of the county court,
in vacation, of the county of Ste. Gcnetievc,
' bearing date the 8th day of June, A. V.
1872. AH persons having claim against
sard c'tsto, are required to exhibit them to
mo for allowance, ttithin one year after the
date of said letters, or they may be preclud
ed from any bencEt of such tstate; and if
;uch claims be not exhibited within twn
"years from thc time of the publication of
this notice, they win be forever barred.
July 20th, A. Ii. 1S72.
nS 3t J J A C )B STTJrTY.
I Executcr of Andrew Jleyer, deceased.
yi I C 11 A K L C II E X U,
j Healer in
Slovei Tie, aaj JapaaM-Ware,
' of all kinds
ANI AT TIIK VEItY LOWEST IMIICHS.
"Done to Older.
I keep thc
".ifuyfloiver' C'eekin? Staves
Which are unsurpaicd for efricieii
cv.ilaraljility, convenience, and rlcuti-jfiiei-.
For sale Low roit Cash.
NOTICE is hereby fdven that IfctltsW
of Aldermen and t:.e Assessor of tfcejdlTol
Ste. Genevi'-ve; will meet at the City IXalb
on Thursday, Auiist 1st, 1S72, and sit as &
borad of appeals, to hear and deHnuise'
complaints from tho city Assessment.
Uv order f thc bo-inf. Attt,
.;j;les b. ggignon vru-Ji-