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t THE WEEKLY FAIR PLAY. The Tableaux. Singular Accident. One day !at week a-.Iinlir- Pipkin Brutal Murder or a Woman. u iiiiaia Hamilton. ..: "Tipton, in.i.. A horrible murder occurred about !h,'"u ll ""-doro ' 'r-' :l mower. ,,:.,,.., .-!..... m . i . 'heotlivr iiav. and cat into -hred. a mile we-t 01 ate- t. ny on Mondav , .., .v.,, v.. .., ...... St. I.oui. Market. Corrected weekly from the latest . I.oui- ::iier. J. lie .laoicaux on xiiui.-uay nignt S. IIEXBV SMITH, rroiinetor. jast wa3 really splendid, though i;ot ' eueron county wa hi hi field - -- -r very Well attended. Wc arc satis- nnployed in loading grain, he Soli .,..- . . aiv: i5i;o (id. had thecitiz.cns generally known ,rom ,ho 5,1 ""-' way morning. Hie victim watheuiteot ribly imuigled from head to foot, he Hour John Mattbew-on. Mathewon and a lived -every! hour-. J that tho roan-ladies and gentlemen U mk " !h" l'':" !l!'ork " the man hin d man loft the ho.,-e at da light The following peron-are author- M ,'d ; it were capable of ho w T. vxt""1)" "" . .Th" '." ,l0 .''T w""k ;.TW ,lN!:,me A Mr K:ti'ir.ttirir. of Petroit. wa rocetitty cleaniiisra pair ot glove- with ga-oliue. when in om' way the tluid ignited, and both hand were-o badl burned before the sieve- could be re moved that ami'Mt.'iliott w;;- neee-' -:ir . i. ...Mt-,. oil, ..i-n.tii.iii mi! -ill. . ... 1 1110-oi me ion; entered one -nle oi iroin tiiv nou-e. ami tint not return i.cu in ' ,,; viiii' stlCU t-mv-aiiiHiciu, me j,,,! eye-br,.w-. and pa-ed until night, when the hody of the have hcen crowded. .i,i..,n.ii iin imnr.r T...,-t:..n i.r ti .ni-iti.iv.il -tr. ......i r.mn.1 -i... .... vcrti-ing for the Kami I'i.av, and to hall would receive and receipt for moneys ' se Being ac.piauted with but a few we l,o if the nose, piercing a hole, but lar. willi her throat cut :: ' ' cannot speak of the performer- a.- luckily hi- eye- ecaped injury, owing tna-hed. Thc murderer i-noi rr j......... - .. - .............. ....... aml -kull Mr.-. Amelia 11. Wittcincycr. (Iclievicvc. not know ii. A eat with one kitten, in Clarion Bi-rtptiou-. I.OC.4I. CHAT. Mise" handling her.-elf with the Wonder if we an; going to have grace and ease that would be envied any candidates for .Slate and county ,y many an actress on the stage, oilie r- in our county. We don't see -e"j10 Tableaux were beautifully ar- any announcements coming in. Our ,0(J anJ au in M it was o:l0 ot-lhu r 11 i ....tn...iiiir w 1 rale are as lononn mi auiniiiuiMp t'aiididate'. Tor Cmigre--" -- Ui'iire-elitative ( nil Illy ollice.s of " Town-nip CI?" The Kaii: I'i.av i only l SO per year in advance t& Johnny- Kern will please accept thanks lor late papers. $& Head the new announcement thin week. Candidates arc getting to to be plentiful. Still there i room. I Send in your names, gentlemen. ; Joy- 3Iis .Mary Winston, who has been absent on a visit to hor friend!-, who live in tho upper part of the; State, returned on the 8th hist j most interesting entertainment AID K) ' k'm' w0 CVcr witnes.-ed. 7.00 ' 31HUC Mncere, a colored wo- recoiniacnded lor the oluce of Attor man, will accept our "sincere" thank.- ney General. We have been ae lbr a lino lot of tomatoes. She ipiainted with .Mr. K.iliinun for brought in two that weighed a eight or ten year; he is a young pound and a half a piece, and six man of ability, industry and energy, .ri.00 '..r.O weighed live pound and half. they would have bored throiiirh the track. The particular-. :i- near a- we -iuce that time the threeii.tve lived vi-ual organ- and entered the i-ku!!. can a-ceriaiu are that tiie murderer the nio-t amicable term-together. and the re-lilt would have been latal. went in the hmi-e abmil eiirht o'clock The judge :- recovering from tiie in- in the moruimr ami onlered br..k- jury. Mo. Kcpublicau. fa-t. While. Mr-. Mathew-on wa pn- . p-iring it he iiiuleriook to raii-hher Tor AtJarilCy (iCIieral. an.l-lie n-t-tcl. Her clothing am! John I!. IJobin-on, K.-j., of I'erry pt i-oii .-how i d tinmi-takab;... -ign- county, has been very favorably that there w a a terrible -t niggle for life. Her hauii wahoiribl cut. a if -he had trii'd tigra-j the knife from the murderer' hand. The family i very re-pe'-ta:ile mid among the lir-i in the county. She had been married but a few month", (ireat excitement a burirlar. the other night, -h inevail-and mounted hor-eiueii are her-elf in au ab-ent brothet'- For Assessor. FirElitnr, I tin iililior, Tn live but at prnfifur : Si do you r:ito mo cuniliilnto Fur tlio ofliceof A-i-'nr. To nom' offutice ! 1 n column:! sense They snv I weru not wanting ; If any ono sys I lmvo iiumi, It's hat mali'-iniH ruiitin. Mv Rood fri'-iid Cy knows well thtit AVaS ab.ays hornet rerknneil : 3Iy mime you know, the iit ii Jeo Ainl K...i i the Second. New OU'euaar-, Sin., Aug., S, !S72. and would lil1 the po.-itiuti with honor. Wo woiild like to ee him succeed in getting the nomination. murderer. Ji ihrson Dtiii'jenit. and dollar A daughter, eleven jear o'll.of '. 15. llair:-on. of Lebanon. ly.. -teppedoiit of a -econd tor wimb'W one night lately, while a-leep. and fell a di-tauce of lil ten feet to the ground, -hee-caped without injury, and. what i- more remarkable, wa-'-lill a-leep u hen taken up. What i-the ditfereiii'i between au unmarried ami a married huh? One i-a-mi . ami the other a-iiii- i-. Halifax' X. ('.. ha- a brave girl of -evcnteen. named Ijiinia l.oiigard Her tat her'-hui-e being attacked bv dre--ed clothe-. Flour 7 Ma$ It il prbbl Corn Meat 3 U a S "JA Wheal 1 -JO a 1 GO pr bu Corn to a ,"S Oat- Sa 00 Kve tJ a Harley llighwine ?(! Jt iprgal Hay 00 a pr imi Cotton iVi a pr lb Lead 07 a Tobacco t00a i7 W ir cwl Pork VI -." a VI v't " I'.a.-on. ide 07 a l pr ll hoiib!er- Ot a ,r ham tl a ;t I.ard (V.) a T:lllow 0- a Pried Heef 18 a It Hide-. lry liint .0 a 'Jl dry -alt a grt'en. -alt JO a Wool :;o a 71 Chiekeii J ;iO a ;$00prdo7. ISutter t:a "0 pr lb Potatoe :0 a .VJ pr bu Uce-wa :t: a :t" pr lb I'cather? "0 a t." Coil!' "An SO " ugar frj a t-. l.imo 1 10 a 1 !." i i i . i.t ... i .i - ing the countrv in -arch of the ".V" ' V" " ",v . I.l-I.ll III. II III ICCHC I lllllllllllll. A reward ot one thou-' The cotner-t..ne ofa new coiinu i- offered for the mur- building at Wa-hington. Pa., w hich lerer. Mo. It'c publican. Fur Hit' Suiiiiiicr of IIAMM&CO., MERCHANT TAILORS, I'ress of busine i (hi week on Foit Sam:. We have a patent t wood pring wagon eat for .-ale. It is tin; eheape-1 and mo-t complete our uiory" prevents the 1111:1! thing of the kind we have ever -ecu. iimomit of roa,Hn, IllaUer from ap- Anv tier.-oii can r-ceit bv calling at our 1 ' peaniig. olhce. i 1 0 ! 8SX. Mr. JJoach, the father of the young man who wis-, kilied at an On the moriiing of the Sih a mob of ' OTalloii coal mine about two week ;t,CKH) peroii- aembli-d at Celina. j ago, ha-, entered r-uit agaitiit tho pro-. Mercer County Ihio. siirrounilcd the prietor.-of the mino to recover c:"i.0t!0 j1"' '" !,1:" l- "x effow cred the damages for the Io-s of his mui.' It i:li,"r ,,M,k ,h1, k'". sV",!l :..i.,:.. lil. ..ii 1.! and ell'ected an entrance to th II- n .i.iiiii.ii i.i.ii ii.i'i iiiu ui'inp.iii ;ii:ii- plied with the law in regal d to the eiiii.-trii'.'tion of arrangements at the where were confined the three pris oner. Ab-alolu and Jacob Kimble ami Alexander Mcl.eml. char; :ie Wo have been .sending the Fair' Quary Tofill IlCtllS. 1'i.av to sovcral parties who have Editor Ktir i'uuj. beon referred to us as parties who, f r0ad in your hwl week': 1.1 1... 1:1. .. . 1 .. 1. woiuu lie iiuu- m i hi miu- .... r ...... I .i;i;:....l ... .....!.,. .. . . mm 1 . klj.ll ii iifiiiiii 11. hiiic mi. K iiiti. .... 1 - ncnbe for it.VsJ!3 lor tho last , , , . 1 he conductor and engineer of one fewwecks,and Ji.fr equently mt your local commti on account ot Mime of lhemiSpcomo in and a scarcity of item, and that you svttle, that is, provided were do.-iroiis that something blmiild they miss a copy or two. Wo wish ( j,.,.,.,, ; ,.u . . , evervhodv to understand that we do ., , ... . I wiih mouth of the .-haft, th- accident , j,..;llir ,m. ;hum:m murderer- of. Mi would have been aij impoM-iibility, ccor. The pri-oner-w ere taken to " :a v. agon and conveyed to the Kimble triJ- A young man a tdiort time ,-.., i,.",,-,.;!.!,. ,.,.;,,. had ago prevented a terrible collision on heeu commit ted. When in .-ight of the T. W. & W. I. 11. near Kdwards- the Kimble re-idenee two of the pri viile, bv givin" warnili"' of dan"Cr. oners, the elder Kimbleaml Mcl.eml. had ju-t been laid, wa- broken open a (t ppo-itc Court Iloiwe) a few night--ince and nibbed of '" in cim.- ervi-eu'ri" tt.i confe.Piatemonex.andthefac-iinile' S 1 ," LN ,A ,IA K MO' .i ;.y:n greenback. In order lo .-e-' Have now on hand, a full and c.lre cure their plunder the thieve had to fully . -elected tuck of Heady Made- r ve a Iarg- -tone the and a half , Clothing of all t.Mialitie-. Style- and led long. Price-, al-o Furni-hiiig C001I-. con- 7, . . , . -i-ting of White Shirt-. er-hii t-, I he olde-t I cstn.:."ter in Mie I 111- 1 ii,, r-hii t-. I rauer-. Collar-. Xcck ted States; John iViborlimr, of Lvn- tie-. I.incu and Silk Handkerchief. , ;-oi'K-. .--u-pemler- trace-. Ii-aehng 1 l!ag-, Valiee- and Trunk-. .-inee In Piece Cood- for Mi 11".- and Feb. LMO; fitty-two vears and a lu'"'r- we haM- an unu-ual ' - , l.arg A--oi lment. It coiupii-c- Clot h-.t 'aimere-. I'w ced. 'a-hmer- el le. .lean-. Cottonaile-. I. men-, etc., etc.. from w bicb Oentlcnicii di -iring villc, Lehigh county, Pa., who ha held his otlice continuou-lv A 11 it ou aiTiiica Pol: Ci.;i:i:ss. We are authuiieil to announce a rni -awav, 1 -i or kOiuo other dread ill thing !o help not consider uv one a hiibscriber " 1 witho11tl1eauthori7.es s to jmt hi you outofyonrdiilicuity, yo:irde.-:rj name on our subscription book, and .-eems to havo been gratiiied Hit cei" liands us tho subscription prico in tain extent in this action, at least. gem larucs wno nave ueen re- ( For though we have had noMiiahh up of the trains t'eelitiir -uiltv of neglect .1 ., -.1 r -liaced tliruiHib the iliterpo-lt 111 the matter, became angry with of J . , ', , , ' , . tn- bruil.er ol the inurderei 1 no young man, ai.non iiieeting mm at Kdwardsville last week, attacked him and beat him brutally. One of thcot was caught and the other escap ed. He will, however, probably be arrested at an earlv da v. quarter. j Sub-cribe forth- Faik Pi. a v. , to have their garment- Made to (rder, can be well veiled both in Six Ic ami j Price. Our Stock of Hal- and Cap embrace- all the late-l Fa-hoiiable ami Popular Style-, ranging in pi iccf trom 1 7. Cent- to ."1. Pi-triei. Mibjut 10 the deci-ion of; Heing thankful I'm- pa-t patronage, 1I1.. I ..iii....i-.i:ii. I '.me.. nt:. .it Mi- ue -illicit a cotif ilneiiici ul llu -.miiii I g!l't. I !..i,.li..i. i ..,,.,..1 t,- k.....i-i. f.ii.kil,. liroliii-In.' nil llial v, v ill ib.viiti.iitii- When the cni-.vd caiue in -ighi of the aillictioii fiom cai'Va--ing the Pi-- entire attention and experience a hou-e. the farther of the Kimhh-hm - trict in per-on at thi- tinie but will heretofore to our line of hu-iuc-x ' "...!..? nrr 1 lield. ami - loa-ticabb, , jji.jijrr therefn'ie'abie to m'11 a littlir wa--non hnlen in the wood-. Mr-. "e are autluirieil to aiinoliiice da.- of "ood either bv the van! or Kimble fell into a -lam. P.cforebe- -'"djo-P. L Hawkin. of Scott cium- inanufacriire than anv" hoiic in or ;n . r-"oiiaie lor 1 ongre- irom , ,:, st. I.oui. Mo. i n iini i oii''re-ioii::i ni-trict. w.'i; hung to a tree, the imager Kul.evl A. Hatcher nf Xew Madrid a- Kimble. oulv sixteen war.- old. being a ciimlnlaie tor (. ongie Iroin tln- ition ol -jaii! ing hung Kimble confe--ed hi- liiil .Mcl.eoil anl, "I am not cievingthe paper will please note' 0 , , Ml.,.,.(, ,iil. "t am not guiltj : -nbject 10 the deci-ion of ci 1 I l 1 ..Mw.i, v,it u-n lniMi..ii 1 IV-V i hn fill i.T ilihr.tif.i. i.l t In f-nutrli . , ii- . . tins, ami it tlie' wish to iiave their ' I you are .-itcuuing au innocent man.- ciam; ,oinciuioii. paper continued, they need not wait 0110 death, an accident, and several . way ot mlinini.-terpig ju.-tieo "out blood." The younger Kimble wa fer us to call on them for the ninnov, ' cases of verv severe hickiic--- during West" occured recently near l'leas- -cut back lo jail, and all the Kimble. 1 .1 .-M . . . iiornccini.oy . wan uii mey tba it week. anton, Kan.-as-. A man named were notilieit to leave Hie countrv Just inclose. 'a letter with come to town the money in name and ad risk and we to send tho paper regularly other-' atl illness of only two days. wise we snail uiscoiiuuuu scuuing. Mr. A. W. Squill-foot, lalo I51ack- White, 011 his way to Te.:, had a within -i.xty thus We are authorized to announce Samuel C. Collier, of Madi-011 coun ty, a-a candidate for Cmigre from liii- Pi-trict. .-ubject to the deci-ion ot kt 1 1111 I II 1 I . I I A II II V I fl I'elilo-i MeiVhillit-THilors. X. It. We pay at All Times the lh"bet Ca-h 1'rue lor Wool. dress, at our smith for liogcrs A: .Morton, died very , hor.-o stolen, and he followed up the will continue suddenly on Monday, Aug. ", alter liieii.amiiieiiiierateiysliotliitintcaya! Jlc 1 Pcniocratic C'oiivciition. In ppeaking of the recent flood, ' F,,,; ,','-tativ-. which was so itisastrous 111 .-event) .xcuraiimcu ht. V.'bite then reported himself SC(.tion 'ot Virginia, the Lynchburg 1 am. without -oli. itaiion. an iude- I 1 ....I...-. .l....l . . . . 1 .. .. .11 . 11.11. Ill , ,!.. ...Illi.l. 1 ..-.... ........ ... 1.I. ..-.11. T....1 . III.I.II.'I.I , I. .111. ..'I 111.. .... ...I.. I.. I.. I. ... .It I IIIIITI. Ill It'll.. . U. l...n ,.-.,;i .. ,.. .1, .. "liy-oiii years in age, aim iea os a , ''"- "'" "') " --i"i"o iaoei rccoru uiu ionow 11. g sau event: ; .' ' "" ,: ' ' o.shall wait a week or two on you f . , . . , ,,,. ,i!,n--iM.l -oiv-i i;hI.m-1,;i l.'epre-.ntatue in the next the! 15arley vet, lo give von all a chanco to send wife and child to mourn his los. , into tho l.tctr ol the ca-e, at once rc- , A i.iot.11.1 and tu.l I.ttleih.l- Tweutvwi.th (Je-eral A-emblv of ' I'.eans in vour greenbaek, and if it is not. Ca.i-o-bi!lious fever. JIo was at-: leaded White." .o doubt tho horse 1" woro making their epc. from -nui.;. - f,hnnu,gatthat time your paper tnd,a by Doctor llertich's aM-,ant. lldevc, in that section will make a SSta.d "7 'n'ilblHWXS 'Ij'wiicaVrZ: iu Mop. Mrs. A lvin. wife of one of the nuar- note oi the circumstance. The inter- ...i,,.,, .v -,.,.., n.n-i.ul t t;...Ml...i . Id ue grass need... ... .... .... . V l 'lln flllf ll I ll-l ...I f.h .Illlii.lllii.i. ICnil.... ....... . n...l -.- T .I . i.ri 1. . T-x-,.1.... ,,u l... . I... jl.. : ll... lirelallllll Ol ItlO H:tr iv- tltw Iv.ilwio ll,,. I..-, -lili- ,r..i.. .....I " ' " i.nraiu win rtra. soj-joiiii j. uiimoio 1.-1., agi. ior, ""-" "- "..i-i ii-ij .n mu 1- - . ... (;cu. K. V, . .leniiiie'. a- n boot and shoo establishment in St. i V-1 days, and on Saturday night Sheriff, if no farther action is taken, their only hope was to cling on to ,-,. t'l,,.',,.--,".,. , y,r',.'r Louis wa, i town last week ...Is,, nr i there was no hones of her recovJi'v. at least saves the expense of the trial ,1,c ah'MmmA ot the badge until the ne.xt-.h,; Tw. n. j -eve old friend Wil. Hawly, Esq. formerly' '"it under tho skillful treatment of ol the murderer, of Cape Girardeau, now of St. Louis. ' P". Carsow,she is now 111 a lair way 1 (j'lad to see our old acquaintances. tA.. 11 11 - - , -.r. uuuy iiarns, raised a ytr John Eis ono of thc Moe tine lot of Karly JJio potatoes this ct,tf has !la(l a suvert. aU:)d. year. e know they are tino from of bi,Iious fever .xud m pMsiY the fact that wo havo te.tod them. was - a vm. critical colulu; l)lU llo wi.I pleae accept our thanks lor ;s ,,0,r y rcwveru. TJwre a bushel of thciiu 1 ,i;lve . .n ,,uo sovcra, ot,KT pnos o, SsST" Xext week wo will present our sickness during the pa-t two weeks, readers with a lengthy and quite in- ""t thanks to tho untiring attention toresting(tu us) story from tho pen and skillful treatment of Doctor Cai-s-of our worthy Sherill', Robt. G. iladi- ow, of Stc. Genevieve, nearly all are hon, F.sq, entitlod "Tax Notice Con- convalescent, polidated Land Delinquent List ol" On Saturday night, while John Ste. Goneviovo County for the yoar Kogers, Esq., was .superintending the (loading of the barge at thc river he OLD TIMES RETUKXINtJ SPECIE a'--denlly stumbled and fell, and had PAYMENT RESUMED EVERY HODY ms S'l-oulder dislocated by corning in TAKE NOTICE.'! YOU CAN GO TO contact with a rock. He was con JOE. YOKsTS-UET A GLASS OF veyed to his re-idenee, and hi i. BKErv FOR FIVE CEXTS-TIIROW juries promptlv attended to by Dr A; , do not wit to ' tu : : .-wamp" your local columns for a lining, a a candidate Castor Jeans illative 111 1 hi 1 iillVl,P ... nib Oeuei-al I . . .iii..,- it-.,.u ktii.til.l ctlli.tiln !.., V. ....,!.!.. ..." .1... c t: : ; LOlll Oil tile COl ,as tiiej- stniid there cliiiging to tisc at thc cn-uing November election. orn shelleil i abutment, the waters continued to F, v. ,!;,,n.' 1 ' of getting well, unlcs.sa reaction takes - " ' " " 0 n,o higher and higher, while .,, the Wp an. ,,,,.,, , ,,. v "- ; place. - 0'!lcc wsw "iarnwl ,SKt wuek t0 -;ilss I . rkiiw, they could hear the i.,ave,.wortl, a an independent ( 'a,,- JEr ' I. I.. .7. ...1 .. . I ct-.i.liiiwr nl 'llin Ipihw onuil fl... ll.m. it i . .. .1 . i , ,i . 1 1 Wlg.iri.lll grass SCCU. i.uciiuia .lai-Ksuu. i u congraiiiiaic v .-w.t ...v, i. I11(1aie mr .--iieiiii ami i.ouecior oi n . ; i iov fit hri.ii'i limlier Ih.if M-ii,-rt t.. 4 f ..it.. t .- ..t il... -iiii' m-to i.iiue -Millet seed Mr. Sheible on hi- good fortune. i. iicis oi oieij;e limner mat were ie. euevieve I omit r. at ine ' .. "1 ll- I I . ...II 1.1 n.i t ..i .. x- .. . .1 .. I . i w 111:13 oa-iiing an aroiinu inem. lliey mg eieciiou in .oemoei. i wa our iileauro to congratulate the 1....1 i,,, , ;,, ,1,: . M111:.;n ,.,. , . , . ... ... : n-i'l "eon in tin- condition tor some We are authorized 10 announce1 young 'coin ilj .-0011 atlcr the latal time when the iittlu -ii! fell Ibnt h..i .1, 1. ii..l- ... ., .i;.i.... ...... it... noose was tied. Seldom falls it to utrenglh was gone, and with a wild oilice ol hi riil ami Collector in the Unions Tabic of Weights. Tho following is a table of the law ful weiglri of this State. Ah it is of ficial, it is valuable for future refer ence. Found') to tho HuslioL 2f .48 150 20 53 14 30 AH' ;o 70 50 F0 fili 11 80 .45 lat.s. the lot ofa di.-ciplc of Fait-t to win lormrMio csciaimed : '-Kis- , . . ., ,. me, mother, for I can't hold on anv so air a prise, and we Iru-t the lives , ' ,1 .... -' ' . longer. And with tho warm piv- of the happy pair may be marrod by surc of tIl..t mother's lips upon her none of the ill.- which typographical cheek, she was swept away and seen lle-h is heir to : may they never get "0 more. out of sort!, nor bj at i!''i r' points ; . . ,, , , . , . . , , 1 lie wiie ot a ::ii:-ician at llurdcr.-. mayineir iionic.-iic aipmu 00 love u, id. Knglaml. wa- -i. k unto death Osage Orange Seed. i Potatoes, sweet Potatoes, Irish Poaches, dried I. v. ortice of A. eor for the County of j."tt StCi Genevieve, in the cunning ciec- V 1;..,. :.. v. Stone coal .i.-i, ! ,.... ..I.. 1 . ... . . ..... . I.ard (.3 gallons equal 1 busholi..G are :iitlho.ii.cd to announce Sorohnm ei.d !fi ensuing cleciion 111 .ovcmiicr. For Assessor. We arc authorized lo announce y'eno !.aro-e a-a candidate for the .57 .32 ..50 .CO 91 ..50 .50 80 Wi and their account ever on the .V'i lwr ''T" '-m. - 1": 1 1 ,7"! N. r'" j 5 increase; and when time becom C5Zirlv' f vi. State of Mi-,ourf. eternity, may they reali.O that life marked that -he wa going to die at t "- "'xt November election. . tnraV has been but the yu hie to joy eternal. Cttsh JiooL mv rate, and he might a- well .-avc the expense. To -oothe her la-t 1110-iiient-. he had rce'iiir-" to hi- iliife. with which lie ;d..yed the "Head ftS" A J5ig Fish. A short time March in .-aul. i'uVortun.itely for ...... i T. ... .. 1. ... r..... him. the -train- proved to be "tho ago a gar lish w as ta..en from a hole ..,.., ,,,1,, (.ri,!. :l ., ,,,.,. 1L. in thc31issi.sipiii bottom, nearKock- rib of death." The iuulted woman Cb-ir'iw milled and got well. dei:c la-k 01 -"'"1-- 1 -.....! -ei 1. . ..... We are authorized toaiiuouiice.ro- riih A. Krnt a- a candidate for th iiiii.? in fliiu C.iiiiiIx l.i- f. Ai Kon.vJORAEi.isV..,.-., ::f commencement. I will defer other r . . , . . ... care and tood. 1 hen sle enlcred a - - . ' t caver, assisieu uv several oiners, -i.i 1... -1 -. . . ..c . . ... . 7 - J - mis birango piienomina 011 '" inunMiuriuurnexi WUC. mea!irin.' over ten feet Tlin .l I... 11. . .-..-.i Hiyui iasu 1110 sky was illuminated most beautifully for some' length ot tunc, PICK Liberal Republican .Meetiiiir- I t .1 ...... .1 t.i.r ..I f 1... ! II I f ... , , , . . - "". " c i.iie-r.-ii ueiillil- We r,.....;,-.vl :-r. " "-..r."'. l.encvn-ve .-uiint?. Mo. . iiv-1.1 .'11 .iiiii.-ii.i, 1 lie cni (t,i. Ol -VU- Jrom tjuarrytown, which wo nuhlish gut. 1872. the Hon. .lolin T. ISii-h. f this week. Wo would bo pleased if 'St' Fa,,rVU county, wa delegated a- onr fr;i ... ii- . pro :1:1a aiiuiorizeii 10 ca-l Hie vote our triend would furnish us with fre- of Ste. Genevieve eountv. in the State long time outiu:icd master of thi .-itttation, it having'completely driven from the water all of its enemies. complaint agaiu-t her iiiui(-loviug This mon- and wife-hating lord, which re-ulted 111 in -eiiienced 10 an eighteen iuipri.-oiiiiicnt. I ., i..i ... ..i 1 .. Ill in -eiiienceii to . i.-iv. i .in iiaiit in i-.bjituiu .lint lUi .1 m().jht? i l.ll.i.il.- nil I II'- I - othYe of :im ..r (or the Count v ol ! rMuusroz, jiio.v .uou.nt.u.v AXDM; ic. Genevieve at thc c!iJiiing e'e' tion I I.OL'is. iuXoveinhcr. ' j Arrive? daily at I 1-2 P. M Do- Foh. ScrEr.n.Ti-.xMLNT PtfiLic ?cuooi-i. ' parts daily at f A. 3L Aliil-.st ti. 1872 j (icAunYTow.T, Ste. .Majiy's anu Pint. I announce mvelf a an indepcii-' UTVii.tr. candidate for th- otlice of Superin- j)ftpar(5 Tilesdav, Thtiftday, and temleiit Public .chool. tor Ste. en- r. . ' . . .' , -cvicve Cunt v. Mi-ouri. , iatlm-T at A- M-, A.r"vc,, M.0"; IIIKAM I:LACKL::HGI:. . A dneaday and 1-nday, at h CocntvCoukt Justice. ! T... rv quont Communications. We would ' L',t"r:l1 Convention, which i- to meet ' had taken up quarters in tins pond 10770, to Pocahontas, Ark tate iu this connection that wc re- S 'cnr,-.l,t hy 011 ;Ilc Ul lHy "' wI,ea' tho rivor was "P imd aflor il curtail service on pot-rou ceiveda commtinicati from Ouarrv- ' On nudh.u". it is ordered that the fe" k on,d "0t -ot ou" Therc wcre 107S:I, making this the te . . tl J . .1 . UlilHKt'S III IOC FOSl-rOUICS. "'' f '""T1"" V-V T Denart Thur-dav at 0 A. M. , - . .. AIe.ianderS.Ieii!iin-'-:is candidate for 7 i.' 1 ' Our post-master received notice ,,. n ...,- r..in- in.n,... c.,r Arrives tt cdne.-dav at U P. M. The patty then rc-'jrted to gun.- last week to the effect that this place thc 2ntl. di-trici iompo--cd of .lack-on Gkastvii.M arrives and deportrf and tired several shots before hi will be. from and alter the 10th of r"i"11 'own-hips iu Ste. Gene- Tue-day and Friday. .-i ...... ....,.,.. T ....nw 1 1 ... . f..tl T -. . 'FUll.W .i... v..iiiiv. u i 'VI Jlilll. mOOC? J Ulllrt. and Saturday morning. Departs Wednesday. Lower Jlivcr 31 ail arm-os Wednes day and Saturday. Departs Monday atid Friday night. li.-hship would come to terms, It Jul v, the head of post-route number had taken un quarters in this pond 10770. to Pocahontas. Ark. Also in iic. (Jcm vicvc Mrki t. route number Corrected weekly by our city mer chant. Wheat 1 SO a S 1 10 per bush terminus m- '" once betore, but tho name of 11 ci"i? 01 uu meeting ne pun- aw-mi uie samo unnen- siea'i 01 rreumc, as lormcriy. xms domilljirice 1 w the writer not apt-ariii- with k-pp,"' v thc "J0' (IcI we did not publi-h it. Wo wih it " F. C. FESTKER. P.-wiJont. unabIc to capture them. Rejector, her 10920, from hero to Vanburcn ; jleal!0 aoa dostinctly understood th-it ir;ti vn ..P1"-1 Raai'k v-ce-rrCi'ticn- ' .... . 7" and will be the head of a new dailv i)ricd Apple 2 2S a 1,.,,-. . l,00J tn-U we will F.C. Klixi .-ecretarj-. 1 he body of llev. Henrv allcfk of .. . n - 1 1 u -hi V P.ean- 2 a no attention to any eommunica- . . . ,. n.o,.kIy wa, t.mml in ihe water at lin t0 niphan, wh.ch will be of '..;'';(jhv on, no matter how worthy, withom , ASFl I'l1 ". fe"!!: "!! etl Cocntei'.- -!i:,. Xew York ei.v. n.. rt:lt l'rtanco to our enterprising nm-.-r " ,L - ' ' . I 1 111 .1 11. I11U11 IV I. ..Illlllll -IllCllie. ---- . , , ,. U'.r.t me nanifi of thn .hiii.a. ..-i .f....n-j . ii-... 1 . .. i..rt i, c. ,...1. , ... town and the neonlc "cnerallv. v1 iceumnanv- "e uuiii lottuu iiini 0111 ami iook " "'' i.-.n iuhiiiii- auo. ami na- . - ing it. 70 S5 2 .VJ di do do It is not ncces-arv tbnr tl,., j ...t Viiv id appear in print, but we mil iinow who is responsible or " ,!ie editor : them. printer ta hi.-fate. Hi him to t he -ancttim where tin editor In en mi ing im e. It is -uppo-cd he ZJH'Wk Mver Xacs 'ncshoud appear in nrint l,t -., .V-v," U'.. ;.. . T - robbed and murdered, a he had. i 1 j -iin'ii-. hi imi iini t'i i,i"i"im iir."1 reconciled the "," "';-' een. .1111 ca-nco. a iiiait A young girl at Cireeiibu-h. 1. bi"an to con- 'foul India ol i.iW. only -j-.'-rj of which died from tri"ht on account of thiin- sidcr hin:-c!fa- comparatively happy, was found on hi- person. dor and li-.'thning, the otl-'-v. Chickens Flour Salt Ituticr Huron Hrv Jlidc- I.afd 10 a 1 .v. a ? :Vf :i 5 23 a 1.3 a a 1 a a jier doz :? 01 ,) 'J .V per bid do 20 per lb. V) do It do 9 do 11HE Fanning rfiiiimunity And thi pitblicgeiierallv. will b-ar in mind that the " CO.E" MILLS" always .iv the IIHIHKsT market i-nfCK for W'HKAT and iu ali Oil If. The Well-known. cbm-c braiids of Family Flour "('(ine" ami ' Eloy." ami ot her grade- kept con-tanlly on liand for -ale, and at the lowest "ht--ible ligiire. Lot of lo II. nnd upward" dcli' .ertil KlIKi: OK (.'HAIflK. MAUTIX.MKVKi;, Ste. Genevieve. Mo Jiiim .7-1 y.