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A 1ihi:ij ccei:-. . r.rreii iti 'K L -.--'
inf County Court 1 Common -Pit-as
' some year's ago. Judge L. presiding.
A man had been ari't'stculurliorse
r tints day. .
(.'kurmoiil with wagon .oad of
Assignee's Sale. 1
SOTKJn i- hereby given that 1
will soli at tin) ("tout door and east
front ot the Court House, in the
...a.... a..v,.. C tv ofyto Genevieve, State ot
itcahug, and set up an alibi in de- '
i.n.i. Tim ilpti'iidanL:s luuiii witfie.s JllsSOUn, Oil
s wa an old farmer, mimed Jluchanan. ( Weducstlu ,. the 6th day of Xov., '
1872, nil the right title and interest
oi Joseph K. Sauer, bankrupt, in and
to the following diseribed real estate,
situat'i in the count- ol Me. liene
vieveand State of .Missouri, to-wit :
Lots numbered one and two of the
east fraetional hail" of fractional Sec
tion four in Township thirty-.-cveii,
North of llango is F.:ist, adjoining
United States Surveys numbered
202 and 2091. (The same being the
Fast fractional half of fractional
S k.-i-t. ( iiMt:iiiHT!- IK!. 02
THE FAIR PLAY
Hi. I-mtt.il tli'it flu tirw.itn.f tr-ic
j A m j ttitiiiivti -...-. "J a -va. a j
in hi- employ at the time the horse
was stolen, nearly a hundred mile-
ili-.1:mt niiii rmi'-.'iiiieiif lv lie ctiiitil
OCT. 10, 1872, not be guilty.
wk.m - in: siiiiniii i i.-.nine mi in: -iii in
The Recent Wholesale" Murder in October, and ikichaiiau hadhi--b..ok'
... . ot at-couiits in court to leliesh his
.tll.S.SOUri. memory . .Mr. :., who represented
A Marvvillef.Mo.) ktterof Augo-l tbc State, knowing the wane-..- war,
. .i ' f . ..i i: ... ....i both unscrupulous and iirnorant, eon-
V.J. to the Mi-sottri l:ciunlirai , irives ... , , , - , . .. , .
1 . eluded to test hi-. Knowledge ol dates,
tin- 1. . Mowing account of the conies- ( aj :i-os-exaniiiie him in'thi- wi-e :
.ikfl Itlil 1 Vllftlllltr Iti' f)llttltl ttli'l. A f till'llltl Si Villi tllMl Il
T:uijMr, who v:w rcccnily rau-lit at ? IIoved tuv you :tJI da vn thCJUili, Section lour Township ;iT
.. Oil 1 I OIHl T ' . .
lniggist Sl Chemist,
STE fit XEVIEVL. AlO.
Witnes.-frefcriii! to his
i'!it on the back track S. What did he do on tin
ti see if anv rllle coubl be found to W. He i-Iiiiiiiii d wuod.
the ninnler, alter inquiry and thor-i ,s. ( )u the :;i.-t ':
nugh search, learned that the ilci'd W. That was Sunday, and we
bad been committed in Nodaway went squirrel hunting.
enmity, one and a half miles north"-! fc. What did he do on the :!Jd ?
ea-t ol Oak tiiove, anil some .-ixtecii W. lie harrowed in wheat that
miles west of .Marvville. The ground daw
w:i covered with blood, and they' .-s. AVhal did he do on the
iomid the false teeth of the murdered I W. It w a- rainiii". and he
woman. someaxe handle-.
Sullieienl evidence had now been S. What did he do on the :ilth ?
collected to prove the previous state- j V.'. 11.; chopped cord wood,
ment of the prisoner lal-e. and Ieae' S. What did he do on the
lillle doubt that he was the murder. i lint before the iieslion tould he
1 Ley then hastened back to where the linishcd, ISuchanan's w iff cleared the
prisoner was c.ntincdand conlroiiled railing in front of the judge's seat, more or les, conveved to Charles F.
in iiii iitu iucis. it assiucii
Itiat he hail no longer to live, he .-aid,
wilh the most pcrlect indifference.
"I'roeei'd, g.3i!tlemelir you eaintot
li.iuga man but onre." He was then
a!:ed to reveal tilt' ii:irtieiil;ir it liiti ,i .i. . i- ... i. ..
. i iiiu liii'inii in ui mm l . i . v .in . , ini jk ivi-r,
crime, when he made, m substance. i riii.' -.n. ...... i ..f .... .,i;i.: ..i , , ..,...,1 ... c.. i... i
...... . ' ' i..i. t. Mlli'I 111111.11, , HIIIIVl III I V IFIIII .LI1111.IUI Clll i
' H e" ri'f,"! r" ! t , u""hl 1,a' ,,n,,l b" "' , Saner and wife bv deed, dated Au-
llegaxehismimea-ianzcy.an.lsai.l All examination of r.uchanan's ',-., ,,1, ls,;s -md rceor. edin "liook t
it was nut Osburn : that Ins home ..i...,.i.-; i . 1 l"' ,Ll omuim jjook
1U15. lo acres, more or less.) Which j
done sa"' 'aiu' 'constitute the homo place
Also, all the south-ea-t quarter of
the north-east quarter of" Section 8, .
' and all of the nyrth-weat quarter of
the south-west quarter and west half1
of the north-west quarter of section
9, in Township IJ7 .North of J'ange
f? Hast, excepting 19 acres and 1S-1U0
of an acre, more or less, conveyed
to Francis Joseph Jvetlinger bv .said
: Sauer and wife by their deed, dated
.March 27th, lfc.ll, and recorded iu
' the oilice of the Kecorder of Deeds,
in Ste. Genevieve County, 'look I,"
page lJi.J, and excepting three acres,
eicd Is. bv the collar, and whisked . v-...,- i. ..;.i .....i i...
. . 1 .... t ,,' - ' -.41 ."-.111. I'llUVI .11111 lllll, .
'1uii"iM fool! don't vou know t'",,lo', 111 "1Jook T" l,ae i""'
that there me onlv thirtv-une dav.-in cceepting one acre and seventy-two
i- f Milllliil'i'illli lit :m .'lel'i' innri or l.ic
IS T1IK PLACE TO ("JET VuUU
-Medicine-. Paint. :1 0i,i(
raneyand Toilet Aniolfi, '
Spotig.... nMl. Sua!..,
Hook- and Statiiuiari,
Coal ti. im. l.:lun
f'ifbl and t.'ardoii
.c.. llre Cities
and Liquor.- for .Med-
i'Mt I'm'. )ye Wood-,
and IM e St till- l.'eneniHv.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING DONE.
-cripiions , nrf .
was at .Mount Ayr, owa, where he entries made after th."JJth of Octo-
...... ... ...... i .,u . me.. mi,v I'-" 1 her, ami that he hail been draw iii-r on
ties he murdered were live 111 mutt-1 1.: : ; ... ,1 1. .1
. 1 ..... . ...... . . , . . . " . . .....ii.
hi. .iiiii lit.. .
OUU OFFICE IS NOW PHEPAKED Ti EXECUTE
tier. A man with his wife and two
children, and another man, who wa.
iiot married. He said thev were trav
eling iua lumber wagon, and that
I hey were returning from Kansas to
Minnesota. He met them on Thurs
day, the l;"ith. llaviuir no moiiev. ami
. 1 .. , i.n-i, 1. in. .- aiMnii
iV..i ".r,. VV- '""'."."i'iioii, im'ylov,.r.,l llre,i,w rigi.r her door-
h . ii.t r) 'j-M".i ci..,i icu l.ell. and who. taking to their heel-.
i . 'M"':,rr'- ''IP' I enjoveil the joke immen-elv when she
i " " ". M't "I it. The alrMv(.red tl.(! summon. s.evcr"l
.. 11... ............. ...1:1 . . . laitiay- ion laie 10 aueci me caiiiuri
OI 1 1 Iti Waifon. wliile tin. reiiiMiimi.'. .. " . '
, ol said siaiicr, and upon which are
Valuable iniliriivciiieiits. eniiistin.r of 1
The Iialtimore American gi ve.- the ' a two-storv brick dwelling liou". a
lollowmg laughable mi-take of a SK.ro, Warehouse. Stables and Out-i J
lady: "In the southern section ot illl:ili-' , 1
theeitv. v.-iteidav alieiii.i.ni. -ilx.iit ""'"""r- ' 1
du-k. a lailv wa--I'leatlv aiiiiiived he' A Tract of land discrihed as fol- 'id". .1 r.c A tnnr
lows: Beginning at the south-east - - Wl&-LU2l$r.;tL34
corner ol" Jos. 15as!ers track :of land, J
(.in lT. S. Survey 2io. 20.")9, Town-, '
ship :!7 .North of Itange 7 East, con-, ;
tinned to Pascal Dutcluni-nii, and '
nouglit hv sanl Hasler ol Joseph I
-''' tl A.-j
i-t kmmmi:i "i . . 1 : 1 1 1 : it .
lMiiited in the K,.., sij. on
. . 1
mi ai a- iva-niiabli; rate- a
Printing ufhVcin the We-t.
fu-, sili.i.i :.. .1,,. i.VV. . . .- .111 ,,1"'c. At la-t sliellaiiiie(iasc .erne. ""f;"1 :"'"" 'sit-i 01 .loscpu j-..
below". k1' , She Mood al the head of the -tep.and '-'r and wife, by deed dated April
Last Suudav night. Ihev
klLlllll liall M 1111I11 .il n li.ntki H...II.
P.urr Oak Grove. At this place the
wretch conceived the tilan of mur-
dermir tlifm fiinl iiiiiL-tmr Y.-Tfl.
. .111.111111 iiieir eooiiog. 1 iciiv soon
camped ., W!1 i,,..,,.,! ,i. j,(,rt.i, 'al u
a moment the bell was given a vigor
ous jetk. "I see you, you little ra
call" the lady .'aid, "and. ruhinvr
down stairs, caught the unrc-UtiuLr
i.t....- m (II illlll IllilMH Willi. (((
(1I,TO ur lour iu ,,umh) a, ,1 ,M.i f "f Vl .. 'TV
. - - v.. M -l IV) 11111 If. I
2?:iljsiyiiiv liimeir that nil wore1
which lay iu the wagon, and placed
it at the head of the sleeping man bv
his side,and fired. He instantlv kill
The married man, arroused bv the
report of the pistol, and thinking
lanzey had tired at a strange dog
which had been aiiuoviug them dur
ing the night by harking, .-aid "fiond.
Good The n-sassiu imuiediatclv
tiirned and shot hi mil then jiimp-
lrom the wagon to the ground. The
wounded man attempted to follow
l. when Tanzey seizey an axe and
i. -Hatched liiiii.il n 'I'll., ivif.. ..r
.lie murdered man
her wrath, and discovered, to her
teu-e horror, that it was the diininu
tive mini-tcr d"her church, who was
looking as red in the face, to use her
piscatorial description of him . a
friend, a a boiled lobster. A few
words of explanation made the mat
ter all right, and it was soon forgotten."
Wo understand that A. J. Stroud,
while digging a well on the old Hub
bard farm, near Frankfort, in tbi
counlj-, at the depth of 40 feet and ! "'''"n-'
tw.lwa lint.,... 11... u.i.r.... .. I'WClIll
' " - . V. . . ... UUI IU1V. IUIIIIII -. ,
stick of Cypress wood, about 18 inch- 1Sar" a"u sm"Kc "i-e.
w lv... :.w.t. u- i.- t a (iMntfift...t.L......:..:.w. r.n 1
hilt she would alarm the neo-.s,lso f0111"1 chipn, shaving, and umall lownsliip 01, Aorth Jfango i Last,:
.. "..! .r.. c ... .1 r. .1 a., ....... .rt. I .... c.ti - ii .1 '
i7th. ltl!7.) set a lime stone North
ol! degrees East tive 90-100 chains. ,
thence North 115 degrees East six-j
teen chains, thence South l!. degrees '
r-ast fourteen fiO-100 chains, thence i
.North f7 degrees Fast seventeen'
chains, thence South f7 degrees Ea-t j
four 40-100 chains, thence South f2'
degrees West forty chains, thence
North oS d''!'i'i!Cs Went t.w.mlv '
"'" chains, thence South ")2 degrees We-t'
torty ttnee :i-iuu chains, thence
South :!S degrees East twentv-six rr- -,- -, ,-, - -r-t
chains to 1 he Establi-hment Creek, -tJUDili-y,, l?AllilxllL3";J,-y . B'li SM'Bjft,-5'.
thence along said Creek with the t J -i-r-VIO
meanders thereof ton point where
the eastern line of said sun'ey No.
20."9 intersects, thence to the begin
ning corner; containing 411.501
acres, nioreorless. Situate in Town-i
ship 37, North L'auge 7 East; on.
which said land there is a Frame
ir and Store itoom. and
l a We or Welshls.
; The following is a table of the law.
fill weigts of this State. As it is of.
licial, it is valuable lor future refor
POSTERS AND PROGRAMMES,
uiiu llllct'U 1IIOIIII1S. now : nne re
lliailled li ill", anil it sei-ins ll.-.t I...
did not dispose of them until some1
pie at "the farm house near bv, he also P'occs of wood, &c. at Iho same surveyed as follows: liegin at thej
killed her with an axe or dub. .oepth, and well preserved. Jimtun north-east corner ot said survey No.
1 he two infant babies, aged three Standard. 2059, thence South 52 degrees West;
' H:ii ley
Blue gra-s sec!
' ilroom corn .-oed
i' "a.-tor Ueaii-
. Clover seed
' t 'orn on the cli
; Flax seed
Hungarian gru-is see-l
' .Millet seed
'sage i )range Seed...
j Potatoes, Irish
i Peaches, driud
nmdi tj tlm I'.uslwL
Ltinl (X gallons equal 1 bushe!;..H
tune aft r the- resthad lit'eu killed
When a-ked how he could have the
heart to kill the two helpless children
he replied that he did so with reluc
tance, but that, when he had murder-
' o v
sixteen 87-100 chains, theuco South
In England, recently, James Flvnn ;' kgrecs East fourtecti chains,'
iiience .-soiiiii iii oegrees rast twenty
i iii.-.-.iiii;iii,tu iM iiiiimeu ior iiiur- .... ... . . uivi? imi it;iit ,
dcr. He refused food from the hour chains, thence South 87 degrees East .
oftho scntenc, ami resisted all ef- eleven t:5-100 chains, thence North'
H est lorty chains to the
Crd, Bill Heads, Ldtcr ITctds, XotcJlmds, Bills Ladin.j and liall TicM? Std CcneviCVC .Mails.
alarmed lest the noise should lead to
his detection, he cut their throat from
ear lo ear, ami t!iu completed hl
work of distruction.
After the confession had been made.
o hundred determined men collect
ed at the place where the prisoner
was t-ouiiueil. llie lirisolier. Iiuvin
oftho scntenc, ami resisted all ef
forts to force it nnnn him "Wn.
umiinlt 1. ..I... rt.l I.Z.. I! ?.l Itiiiiiiiiiiti.. miriini.
. " " : ,..-i ...uii. uv iiiiii-iuut'ii ins lips WUII,vls,u ni-"iii'
!. h .,no,.,,,er ,lu,i". u"yj-il him tea, but svallowcd none, ami allcr' West half of north-west quarter,
banned leM'trnoi'shliuJd 2eclio" 17'. WP :J7 "rtl' nge
ung tno gaiiows ny only twelve 1 ca!iI eoniatning ?u acres.
hours. His body was only slightly North-east lractional qmrter and
emaciated, " i north fractional half of south east
- fractional quarter, and the south-cast
1 wo Iri-hmcii were working iu a quarter el' the south-east fractional
ouiirrv u-li.ni uiiu ..r il...... ..n .. . .. .. ..
. . .r """" quarter oi section townshin :!7.
i"t- prisoner. naviHgl"" l"l-"i June, i iieoiuer.aiarmeil. nnrtli i-m re 7 n-isl n...l l.'.o. 1 ir :
fmisheil his confession, was bounlt '"' t.i the hole, and called out:' ' , V "f i' anU f Mt f wt
hand and foot and taken to a bla. t- "Arrah. Pat. are e kiltentii-. lv ? ir . "ortli-eat quarter and south-cast
walnut tree. Tatuey was oool and i ,Kl,l' spake." Pat rea-sitred lr:lcfin"a' quarter of section 17,town-
collected. perfectly unmoved. An,nl ,rom hc bottom bv saving, in ship 37, north range 7 cast. Con
rope was placed around his neck, one answer: "No, Tim. I'm not di-niUiat taining :!07 acre.
"rV,l.i,.?b.w.r-a ?! I l'm J"aIe ' . Lots land 2 north-east ouarter.
it oTu north range
sriveu him to make an.- List midniirht tn hnnt ...i i.-.n ' Vl"lv oniaining ivz.W acres
He replied that he would- like to live" them with th l.n. 1 ZZX Z.l . ' fnietional quarter of south
to see hi wife, and when told that gowns were not Imdle l..,r,.t li.Til oat !.p?,,l,.,.nal quarter, section
ins request count not be granted, he1 l,.xl.ertn; , ..;;. , " " , lownsliip north ratine 7 east : the
said lie Iiaa no fnnlmr n i,. ... - . ai recK, snu t. .i . . .,
make. " " i tho man who rati to their ai.l still has T .T .
Manytahvart baud, then took hold :,1,s La,lJs i" blister cloth. ' e on"o .1, 7 TlZ.
A baby latelv had the mi-fortutie to ' c:,,tt- -!0'ts'"'ng '!7.ti:j acres.
swallow the contents of an ink bottle. 11,0 "orth-oast quarter ot south
AT LOW RATES FOR CASH.
; F.MtvtxTox, luox MotrxTAi.x am. Sr.
; Arrives daily at I 1-2 P. JI. Do
; parts daily at U A. M.
IQt.AititVTow.v, Stk. Af.Mtv's a.m. Pes-
i Departs Tue.-dav, Thursdav, and
Saturday, at A. Si. Arrives .Mofi
j''V Wednesday and Friday at
Pr.wAt-n De Soto.""'
! Departs Thursday at f A. JI.
Arrives Wednesday at 0 P. 31.
;kaxtviu.k, arrived and denarts
j Tuesday and Friday.
, Upper IJiver .Mail, arrives Tuosdar
and Saturday morning. Departs
Lower JJirer Mail arrives Wednes-
daj- and Saturday. Departs ilonuay
and Fridav night.
- : , - " --; .. '"'ii iiwui
ot the rone. li-riiir litm
the ground. and just as dark w as com
ing on last Thursday evening. Tan
zey, the murderer, was 1
eternity. He died almost without m
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, "iiicnis in an iiik oollle. iirii.-i quarter OI SOlu li
lts mother, with a wouderlul iire.-enec w-t cpiartor and w est half of south-
erniiy. lie Hied almost without a-, """'ciuaieiy a.tniiui-tered a east quarter, section 21. town-hii. 'ir.
rmrffle. and was loiii..,! h........n. ,i... bos of steel teils andtwo 1 ....... i. '- . ' ."'I'" "
tree ol, which he was iuing: fV lpcn and the child has kd "cros S niatn.t.g 120
... write m-idc ever since. S?.
T,,. 1 he north-west quarter of south-
to it rwMthor&T"'1; in Ke.iitucky c.litor sent a large of sertitin 1G, township
n us niaioirsignal sv-toiii. is Mlinnt i r:iMli.sii.iL. o . :1T nr...il. o . .. . . 1
to establish an electrici c m. IT' a.. . V ',V",UCV ,arJ -Vr,M- Vr""u "" u;lsl- containing
of the countrv
StS iSStTOV S ( I 1 liatetheeon,.,
iV5I"P.eJ.fw. A black Chfcngo is to have mini.,.,
Notice ii hereby vtn that Lettn T
tumnUry upon the estate of ilenrr Jani,
Jtccksed. IhIi; f Ste. Genevieve Countv,
state of Mi3J0ri, hve be-n granted t t
undersigned Jules . Janis, bv tb clrk
of the county court of the county of Stt.
(Jenevieve State of Jli-touri bearinj; Ut
the Nth day of September lS7i All pr'
-on3 having rlairr.j against tai.1 rttate are
required to Olhibk thun to ms for alio wence
ulliiii one year after the date of eaid Let
tern, or Xhi-y may Le precluded from an
' lienc-fit of such estate: and if such claims M
not exhibited within two years froa the tim
' of the publication of tbi notice thej will b
September 0. 1872.
17- J OLES F. JASIS. Executor.
erythmgi ."oveiy she is asleep SS all Z amount exceeds three hundrrf doC
AJ flay, whuh white center-"k!ok ijw in America. 1 l lars or where the amount is less than
AVh;tL 2,Tl "sl spanKed. . "Ulu nun.ireu aotiars, personal 'e-
Sa&' TwoBLianodiV -ntv.W the deferred pL.nenls.
- .. ...a
months credit: tho !..f..rr..,i
ments to bo secured bv notes bearin.-ip.--t, Tt-T c li , t C. BISCI1,
eight per cent, interest, and deeds of 13 MSIICS Ol W, KUT lf-iln TO M VMMltim nf Wriinir r sale at low prices, for
I,,, & "- wuuuuuu ui uiuuu. i..A.if, only, trv oous, urocencv
no r i - . i . - vi -..
I Jieauv jiaae wioimnz, ixiois, Br
rri T, . ClintV tOl
Two Kussian editors have been sen- Parties
desiring information of the !
ures on the " '7, mea: teneed , finn . . l aru dcsinng information of the i
who can-fcw 'Zr. ., u.. "M"'- n,... . rr "1. '"l'"'"'' tor, above discrihed lands will i.-
fhld reef his boot; "and ' 1 r ,h JL'S" LW .Vle . th Mrt.cd, " !
iaav:e lamri Wnrn ,t;, ."V V. "-V"1 "
up -lairs, countiyof the (Jnm-i Duke Alexis
WILLIAM F. mv
AfML-nco ..f .T. E Snarr. bankrur;.
TBKMS-ONE DOLtAU AKD FjFTJ'' CEyJS PtB YEAM.
t Hardware, Confectionary, Queen-
' ware, iic. trive him a eall.
. Merchant St.. Ste. GeneTieve.Mo.
Come to this Office
for Job -Printing of
everv discription. ,