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kkklv Fair Play.
Arc. '20 17:!.
the tome!. The Barnard Impeachment. Greeley and Phillips. store:
Wo udvij people not lo bo too The protracted trial of the im- Wendell Phillip--ai - tin- ot Hor- K J W U I'll ScYSSlOr.
r 4 ... . -. . i ti i .1... n.-e (.'reelev: ;
cucermi over me met iuai i:ic i nu neaciiiiiein. ui ....w...... -
'lias liotbcen knocked into Miiithc- supreme court of New York has
recti- on the appointed day. It is, im- been terminated in a verdict of guilty
possible to say what may liaison lie- on twenty-six out of the thirty-nine
fore the wceic is out. Comets are articles of the indictment. Hyaun-
eccentric. Astronomers are infalla- aninious vote of the senate jury he i-
hie. Tim comet m:iv have stonned removed from otlice, and by
Km- him-elf In- never had a convic
tion. Mm om:r.lt hi- !'rnior praise
oft. en. Kraut, with hi- fault lindinir
miw. Neither hi- prai-e nor hi
hlame i- i'f any account. Neither
((me- ironi the heart.
In the -ame letter he -av- thi- of
t'o-OperalliR Nominations or (lie
Denioi-rnr.c and Liberal State
somewhere for wood and water. ol'3:to - he has boon iiiMiita.ineu i: htm-cit :
Wlienlir-tob-erved, itwas S'O'V-'OO, hold any public oilice of the state. forced by late devclopment-
000 miles from the earth. Its rate Thi heavv condemnation of a cor- t ,,ii pr.-cut po-iti.m. Yon reu.ciii-
of travel is 10 miles per second, runt and unju-t judge is the tilting her that in lf,s 1 en.id.ati.-alh dented
At tllc .Democratic and Liberal Now, when we come to evnher from -euitel of the movement tor municipal ...... ........ i
o... ........ ... -. . - . ., .. . I New Derided hi the republican pr.-. I
owe conventions i:ciu in .leiicison iii.mei icai uaia iikc mcse, u is ulim m reiorm uu.eu. m... -,
City on the 21s, 'JUm! and ::ird insts., make a mi-take of a few billion mile.- York a year ago, has advanced sh.w-
the following joint ticket was noni- or f-o. The comet may have been y but -urely till it has thus reached
mated: duo on the twelfth, but tailed to keen the judiciary. The most senou-
For 'rovcriior Hon. Silm II. Wwilam. its niiiioinlmcut. Far be it from us chart's proved against .lude l.ar-
TK. CKXr.VIKYK. MO..
Ha- .iu-l rcceiieil a new and com
plete .-inch of Fancy I irocerie-. Liquor-.
Wine-. Ciirar.-. ete.. etc.. which
he i- deteruiine.l lo -.11 at the bxe-t
price-, and for -mall profit-. The
public are rc-ped fully invited to
iriwnieacall and in-pert my good
:iii 1 price-.
r Kami produce taken at the
hiL'he-t rate-. t-v
J. S. WHITL0CK,
AND AUCIHTKCT, j
Sh.'i. :n ! Uo-Mcmv en the Reck Union,
"l'atronie Home ludu-trv!
jiai-x sTr.Kirr. syi:. ;i:.k.vh;vk.0
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS and SHOES,
mostly or MV ous mam:.
I?or Lieutenant Governor
to wish to awaken in the minds of nurd were that four injunctions m
For State Auditor riarv.y AV. Salmon. 0r readers, Mipcrlluous alai ins. All the Heath and Raphael suits against reader that a man who tin
ForSocrotrJrot Stnte-K..Ke..eF. Wei- - . h the Krio railroad Were issued in Co..- hi- own mi-e-ti.uate of ;ra
F..r State Atiditor-tloorco II. Cljrk. thin-' has never been lixed exa. tlv in temnt of law, and iwth "Wiltitl am! to oe ie.- imoiei.m, oi anou.ei - ,ni--
FoTSe".- point of time. Ihn-kh said it would corrupt partiality towan! .lai.K-s Fi-k, -tinLtteot ,, s,, V, ,
For.IuilPS hupreino Court E. 15. r.w- ' , ' .... . . . , prai-e ot t.en. (.rant with In- laull-
g, Tlnnnw -A. M.ltw.hhI. Ucmy M. Yo- I-. M., and l'lanla.noi.r alb h. :!0 m. showed a wntul and corrqu i. i.ent (,i(l.((n.
went irom riti to nty proti-tniL'
a,L'ain-l hi- election. In private, with
Mr. s-nuiner and other-. I arirued
loii"; earne-tly aLaiu-t the ri-k of put
ting -n. h a man into -in-h an olliee.
It will occur to everv tair-miued ....,.,..,. ........ .... i
thu- admit- ivr.u.N, fuurwiMui..
1,1 Third Strrcl. South of Market,
STE. GENEVIEVE. - - 3Ilt)lT:l.
Kc.l.;. ste. Gcnevi-ro .Me. tOv
CI?" A Complete and Sea-onabfe
Stock alwai - on hand !.
i: m., a dillerencj of h. ;i0 m.
Now, if tho astrononiers eoiild make
ries him I Wnsliintoii Aum,
Kl.ECTOItS AM A1.TKKXATKS.
Xt Lnrt'o Win. Ilnti-h. Cm W. An-
iKr.-on Alternates W. .M. tlrosveiior, i.iiil mistakes as to hour.-', why not a- to
'irtuKi,!UrrlJ. Alt.. Al- y, and why not as to weeks?
bortTodd. lint wo f-av nothing. If people the A Ibanv and .Sii-iiitehanna railroad
(em- James Fisk. Jr., and to
hai-a-.- thu Tnioii I'acitiu railroad
com.any ; that he granted unlawful
and arbitrarv order- with refereme to
2d liU. Arthur li. IJarett. Alt.. E
'.'A Dist. Warren Chase. AIL. Loiran rill. .V. Y
choo-e to feci safe, let 'em feel '. that's
4tli Disl.. Ivnili s II. Hal is.
r.lh Jlijt., John l'ni;h. Alt., J. M. Juliri
fin. r.th Dist., "Win. II. Tlielps. Alt , S. .
7th Di,L. F. M. Cockrcll. Alt., F. AV.
The Llijli character which ex-Sena-lur
('lineman lias alwa-.s boine in
public and private life, is a sullieient
ttbPW., R. 1 C. "Wilson. Alt.. Adam "CanilitV t'l the truth Ol I n state-
NDtt, Adam W. Schuster. AH, L n.etds in tard to the late vleetion
Dauson. in North ( andma and t'.n-e state-
10th Dirt., Lewis C. Pace. Alt., D. J. mcIlts aro imrtaiit t"i..iT";li to de-
Jl'ltton I '
llth l)Ut., .loiin 1!. Hale. A'it ,-Odin niand brief notice.
""Jth'Dist., Felix T. Hughe, Alt., T. O. ,ho I,cst "'-" 'nation he can
Towlcs, obtain, -Mr. Clinirman believes there
13th Hist., John A. Uockaday. Alt. 1!. , . ,, , .
E Lauder were not le-s than ten or twelve
thousand illegal votes polle.i. and he
shows where and how it was done.
In his own eotinly Iilineonibe, the
white pobulatioii largely predomi
nates, and of course the Conservative
strength is in the same proportion.
Yet although a very active canvass
v:sa made the whole number of bal
lots cast was three
suits; tiiat ho -showed tavorilisiu lo o-i
the plaintilf.s counsel, and gr.-s
wrong to the defendant i:i theordern
is-ued at the suit of Aaron S'. Jlright
against the .Milwaukee and St. Paul
railroad; that he showed at' unlaw
ful and corrupt intent to benefit his
friends, Jacob Stanwood anl Unfit
An. hens, by signing a thruitei.ini;
order to the 1'aeilie .Mail Steamship
elu-ioii that "neither hi- prai-e nor
hi- blame i-of aui account." w hat i
to prevent u- from .oiniinr to exacth
the same collclu-ioll With re-peel to
Wendell Phillip-': If neither (.rce-
prai-e nor blame .nine- trom
hi- heart." where doe- Phillip-' come
from ': Mi--oi,vi Uepublicau.
B0j. Table alu.-n- Mipplii-il with the host
the market stl'or.l. Kx'ilr tnui-for m
niliu to :mi from all i'aekvt. C'hnr!;o
BAKER & COHFEGT'R
Merchant t. Ste. (iciieiieve, Mo.,
Keeps Ics Cra Every Simflay, H 1 1 1 s
z - Z
A horrible outrage and murder is
reported as having been perpetrated
several days ago in -Mercer County,
Ohio. A young girl named Secure
was waylaid and dragged into the
bu-h while on her way to Sunday
Sehool. Her dead bodv, which was
Who Nominated Woodson ?
We have seen about one hundred
and fifty gentlemen who claim to have
originated tho idea of electing Silas
Woodson governor of 3Iisotiri.
Many delegates were just about to
jrtit him in nominatiyii; ami were seek
ing; Uio recognition of tho chair for
that purpose, when they found them
selves anticipated. Others had been
busy working up the proposition the
night before. JJut tho real fact i'i
that the convention, having' failed in
company to pay tho-e parties certain ,)a(,,v llimii:ll.tij was fIJUII,i :l few (!:rys
moneys alleged to be due them ; that slrtorward. Two men, named Kim
he favored his friend Tom FehN by i. ... .,. iii i ... l .,t l'..n
Wayne, Intl., on the ".)lh uit., charged
with being uii ticipants in the terrible
unlawfully refusing to allow alimony
to Fields' divou-ed v. ife; and that he
aided in a corrupt conspiracy of I"re.l.
A. Lane and others to defraud the
stockholder of the New York Pier
and Warehousing company. -!.
iVyii'.'.'. ii n.
Cicciunati has oti.OOO people to the1
sipiare mile. )
Kansas editors are about to make '
an excursion to Philadelphia. I
will be used :
("ait-. Pies, l'.r.'al. Cmdii'-.. A'C !
.1? 1. 1. I'. .1 .n Is. W.M. I'.t ox.
JAN IS & COX,
(At the old stand of .laui- .V Valle.)
.w.i rs i oi:
The ltu k-f VUlvr .Hill.
am ii: i.i:us t."
Dry to.oiN. I Jr. .eerie-. Pool- and
i-l.oe-. Mat- and Cap-. Hard
ware. ( Jiiccii-u are .Vc.
W hich ihej i !!er lo
iell low for
" -r - -
i 9 -
- -. - r. t75.
!- i; 5 ; i
i,uiri...j. Twentv-live cannon
On last Sunday night tn' hotel o. lV ,,e iJ.t,,,, Jubilee. I
cast was three hundred and .Mat. J. J. lurnbauuh was entered . . , . ..... ., . , .......
. ii.e ...in. i.e. ..... i.s n;iki- uccii.-ciii
fifty less than the voting population by burglars and robbed of :;,!H0 in f..,,.,, K,,glaiid forthe ilostonjubilee. '
as set down in the last ren-us returns, greenbacks. From the known cir- A .jn UuUana ,)0(; ,,,.,, j
Halifax 'ounty is of a different com- cum.-tances of the case, ii i.s supposed a ,jV(lu.c the plea that her bus-j
plexion, jihysical as well as jiolitieal, the robbery took place about :! a. m. band has refitseil to assist her on .
o 1 .1 i i i i f.M :.. I- ... .1... .....l.....r i hvj
Ihreo ballotings to make a choice a"" "mu """:" ' 110 '""" - "'"" "l - ' I
among tho distinguished names pro- fi,l' ,nrc Votcs l'"110'1 in '''"' ''ily head of the l-d in tl... ,,,..j,,r s -deep- T1 ,-ee tArab laborers are workjnu
, ? ... . , than tho votim' population justilieil ing apartment. Tho baek door ol on a railroad , M..--... .uselts.
seiitcd.and there seeming to bo no " 11 J .. i , i ., . ,.-..ii .. tt,.,t le idin" into I hey cannot speak Lnglish, but are.
prospect of a majority being reached , ait,,,rill" l" ,,,! WU- , , .,10 W C" ' ' " ' " ( " I-ortcd to be excellent workmen, j
1 1 J. , . . . The Huma i.. true thronghotit the Ma or T.V room, had been lelt ojien I
.oi any one ui ineiii, uao annuo, ai , ... . . e.i ..i ...... i... o,,
... .. state, wherever the whites were in on account ot tho exit eine neat, un
tho point when it was proper lor .... ,. ,, , , , - , , m..:, .
1 ,: . l,1 the ma ontv the vote (ell short heav- the same night, the .Majors statile
peace, and harmony to seek a new . . T - , , , . . . ,i, ,
1 ... , ... 1 ily of the ligures given bv tho con- was entered anil a horse belonging
n..me. " I here is a tide m the affairs J n a - , . ., , , , , ,
... , . . . . . . sus; and wherever the negroes were to Mr. Andv ( artwnght taken there-
ot ! n wjiieh, taken at Us Hood, leads. .... . . . i . ....
' . .... .. 'in the maiontv, the vote averaired from. '1 he animal was found next
on to loit line. ' Justa the fourth bal- .... ' ., ., .'- ... m m... t......'c t
one-inirti more man ineeinire loiing nay at jun -'...-. w..-.... .- - .-
population. In other words, the miles northeast of Jackson. On
Conservatives conducted the election .Monday a negro man named
fairly, not even getting out
M a i n S r
-ri:. i.rxri n:vi:. Mo..
:Dry Mi, Holioas, & fineries;
h.twas oi'iniencing, .Mr. II. 11. Jtose,
add.-; irom Jasper county, asked
if it w in. In he in order to place an
other name in nomination. This
was decided out of order, while the
vole was being taken but the chair
said gentiemen could vote for whom
they pleased to without such formal
ity. Mr. J!o-o resumed his seat,
saying if it had been in order ho
should have nominated Silas Wood-
announcement, and before the ballot
then in progress was concluded every
vote was transferred to Woodson.
Jlr. J'oso had never seen Mr. W. un-
1'iii vcrsil j of (he State HI Issmiri.
CoI.UMIlIA, IIOO.NK Co., M" . 1
Tit the JUrk of the .VlV. (ifiiiTit've
Mi:: ll i- my duty to inl'min you
thai, under the provision- of an Act
of the l.eneral A cuihly. approved
April 1. l-s7. (vide i ion Ads. I.s7.'.
liis-i.;i.) lour co u u i v t- cut i tic. i
z. c -
on. ll.S-I.IH lour coiiniv i enlil c
num- brought to town an envelope con- . M.nd to the ilei.artmeiit- of the'
I niver-itv at Coliimbi.'i and
war ending .lulv , :
I..,.. .,c i.. 1 1,..,-..,... ...,t; Lniinni S'lrto in monev and some Stati
, " ,"i ,i,,. r.-I, tel. 1... I.... I Holla, duriiur the vear ending .lulv I
tied while the I.'adieals pen.ct rated notes and other papeis win h Iil lu.l ,,-., ,..(.) .,,.. ,M.IU(,.,, -H,,
such schameless frauds that their .,V T?U " n, n'',, Hh age-of -ixteeu and twenti-five year-
votes outiiuniber the olucial report east of Jackson. These cireunistan- :.ini (lt Curator.-. -tu.lcat "Shall
of the census. That under these cir- ces give rise to various surmises. If pni a good moral character, and
cumstaiue-, Caldwell did not obtain there was more than one robber did -hall pa-a -ati-factorv examination
3 .. . .. . . V .1. ..I'll..... !.) 1" I.fin.r ttr.ti...r
fifteen thousand instead of
thev both rido one horse?
Ifthev in orthonraphv. read in
ll.leen ... . . ... i r. arillnuelic. and "coralih v :" and
tl' !'. .l.llt.r IT s u. now ill. 110 ' .. .
... . ... hundred majoritv is remarkable, and ., ... f,.?.v!..,,!-e.l the .veubieks mn-t pai the - per-crl.ed l.y -aid
Cheer after cheer followed this , . . , . the hae oxeiiooUe.l tiiu gtctnu.iLUs ;ii t Jo u . ( 1:,tri. ulatiu. an
uoeaii ea-iiy uu.iersiaim w 111 uie m the envelope containing tne noies ,.,,...,. Ten Dollar-: and a
Iladieals .in. so confident of earn- and papers, which only it must cer- coutiuirent fee of Five Dollar-: and a
ing the state for Grant in November. ,:l'll,1y lluve l,oen their intention to like contingent fee at the beginning
.... . ... throw awav. Did the robber come ot the .-ciond halt tear, making the
'lhe negro counties are a bank ol li:ll.k to tl,Cvn. alUr nuikin- out this w hide annual . ha.ge Tw enty Dollar-.
. ,... . , 1 iramtuieiit uauots wiucti can he t,-.;i U'-w it n stran-er who "'r'"' " ' mini
111 no met mm in .icuerson uy, om . "" ""'."" ' '." , . ,, Monda v in .-cpteiiiber. and continue-
1 . ... . ...im" uiiou 101 .im leu.iiieii anion 11. eoinmitieii lie ieeu ;mu uu .
nan "tak-en ins measure anil toiinii . . ' . ...... t . - . i"".1
him just the man. The whole thing :'tl tho ""ill alwaysbeprun.pt- stranger do it: n u u c ion pui n i
was spontaneous, and there was no ly lionorxM. 15..t it appears that ' f1 S w
u 1 1 . -I r 11 i' , ...... ... o-s of :!.00O must be home lv the
"cooking about it.-Jo. hep. , the Radical leaders are not sat.siied M.Jor ,v ;,!.! even the knowledge
IhC Nominations at St. Joseph, hh this source of supply alone, and of who it was that robbed him.-
lhe announcement at St. Joseph , J
. ... . . . 4 -v TL Lvi. 1 I .. .1.- - - "
that two ot the be-t citizens ot that
Tliimlile Skeins. Wagon lloirt,
Hoot-, Shoe.-. Hat-, Cap-. .Vc.
Careful nrovi-ion i-made for the!
ediii ation of Young Women in all the j
rla--t- of the I'ni ver-ity.
I beg to call your attention to the;
appended extract from tin; law on this
You will lea-t. after givimr two
week- pilliiication ot tin- cerlilicate.
ISnyingaluay- lor Ca-h I urn able
lo .-ell a- low a-lhe loue-t.
"To avoid a siiin-h. we -ell for Ca-h.''
DRY GOODS AND KESIEa
For Family l"-i: : AI-
IIAT.S AM CAPS.
I IIDMTS .rIIOK.S
j Of the be-t iialith-,
j And al Lwet Kafrs,
J F01: i-ASII ftNI.V.
Ct?" Produce taken at highest rate-
Ste. ;eii.'Vieve. Mi.
frii.Ti'fr. tlii 1-.! Iii.l-..
city had been honored bv the lemo- Hond, asks for the appoinfneut of lHfur.iiiir.n iu " ""J '",U,,M iran,in.t t. me. on or l.etore .sei.teiu-
-:,... ,.,.-.;,: i,. -i. . , larOllllil. hert;r-t. a li-t ot the names ot a! the
eratic State com ent.on- no. by a one anatlor, a notorious earpot-bag- .nlmini-tratioi. : nt-. who youth ol your count v who inu nd to
nonunation for governor, the other .r, as ehiet supervisor of olcions been ! l.-a-tiu- in Wth Carolina makeappli.atio.i forentrance into the
y,jrrilr r.,!T,0JUl enWment act. and if the and all other convenient place- that Iniver-ity at the com.i.cncenicnt of
pro iuced great excitement among .' thev would earn that -tale for Craiit -he next -e-ioii.
the tellow-towtHineii ot the honored appoiiuiiiein i- ma.ic as n v,in U) xvember. evidently und.-r-tood
eatiuiuates. ine .a::ette savs: win no Miaiior wm i:o tne tju-mess their bu-iiie. ami thought they Knew
It is dillieult to convev an idea oi eiVeetpallv
what thci were talking about. The
the effect tho recetition of the news ,r. . . re-elect ion machinery w Inch was put
of tho nominations at Jefferson Citv .,im7 , :' n"nc'- into C.ant - c.ntro hy the Ia-t Con-
nroduced in St losetih l ist nbd.t I hey show the desperate s;, nits to --r. i-to be appea eu to. and prep-
Crwe peVfecil AtfwUh wh.eh the I.idi.1 arty is reduced,
light. They expected something, but and de-perate measures it i- readv to who , ntenced the Ktiklux to the
never ureaineit oi so mncu. ane onipIov t0 set.UI.e ..j.. ;:1,.kcii penitcntiarv t.y imniirci- hi-t lall. -c.iai...
nomination ot Ilenrv 31. ones, was , , " , . ha- applied tor the appointment a- iitM.r.t.i I.. iiii.
asourceofinexnres'sihle deli-dit : but - UC Pow-,r all(i l'atronae ot an ehiet -upervi-..r of election-in North Secretary P.oar.l ol'Ciirator- of
when tho second camo nnnouncin.' "crapulous and corrupt admini-tra- Carolina, under the enforcement act. I niicr-ity ot ,Mioun.
that Silas Woodson was to be the tion, that pai-tv will stick at nothiu- ,,f ,!'' "t'";;"l Shall-.-. "'e of the The Secretary of the P.oar.l of Cu-Kt!.nd.-ird.b...i.vr
i., ,,rv,ca ,1. i i. .. ,. x-"10:' frrtipt carpet-bagger- in the rator- -hall cati-e to be tran-mitted
mnmnn nm mnr ir itt t T1TTI
If-uchli-ti- not tran-mitted stu- N H X A H.X 111 fill. 1,1 NH,
dent- from other count le- will be
allowed to enter in lieu of tho-e to -n ;
w hi. h your county i- entitled. Mlla n SIR iRHRV 1RVB.
i Final Settlement.
X''TI('E is hereby givn to all crulitnri
nil other" int.-restcil in the ntntc of TVm-tx-runce
Ouslv. dKiil. tlmt I, JoiepU
B iuman, Int.: Public Ailmim-tnit'.r of Ste.
tenevievo county, Stnte of MifViuri, h
in in charge the jaid rttnte, inladto
tnnlco linnl -ettieinent thi-renf. Ht the r.ext
t'-rm ef the cou'ity court nf sniil cimi.ty. V
1k- h.-M t the City of St-. Gsnevievc, on
Mondnr 'hcinc the seventh iUv) of ctolr
A. I) 172 J OS F. I'll JS A I'M AX,
Litte Pub. Adui'r. of Ste. Oen. Co. Mo.
Hoard can be had in club- in the
college buildings at from -l.-." to
sl."0 per week : in private families at
st to sct.'.O.
I am. verv rc-pcctfullv. vour ob't
ill-oiacial lec.ir.l a-a to the clerk ot each coiintv court m
inu-t understand i . - omun loner at l.aieigh l- one thi- State a certiticale. -tating the
.. . . ot tne ii.o-t -liaillelc -tone-lit alill-e nimilwi- ot niiinl. licit -m il ci.utv i-
ISuehanaii and pettv tiranny. .lude Prooks. entitled t -end to the State Cniver-
VOTTf'E 5 hrri-hy pimn to all crclii"!
We are now riiiiniuga Daily Hark an.l others inrestfni in tho estates f Srh
between I'armington and Sti'. Celic- irnni. Chri-tiaiCFahrenbach. Ttmaii tc
vieve. Our hack-are all new. having A'ee, Samuel A'ennt-ly, apj!wn .
I n built exi.rc-Iv forthe bu-ilie--: l-eue ami Allen Gentry dee rk that I.
pa-enL'er- can depend on bcimrtran- -ph Uauman. late PuUh- Mn, Ur
! .. i . i .. i i.. .i ,.: l.i.. ,.;ii. ot bte. (.encvieve countv. otate otMU'oiin.
ported comfortably and. piickh with -R ch the 9Ili(1 eiUte.. intend V.
1 protection aain-t ram and -un. nlake"finai sl.uiemenU thereof, at th next
Ourhor-es will alw ay-be tir-t-cla--. term of tht counUr court of M county, to
IvA.-illKii .v. I5AI5I5. i be held al the C'fijr of Ste Genei-ve. on
Monday (being the teventh day) of OeViber
-. U. Ks.J. JlJSt.l-lt HALM-',
tie I.as-iis ami t'armiiistoii.
I will al-o continue to run inv back
between De l-:i u- and rarmiiiton
standard-bearer in the canvass, the ami lemocrats and Liberals, North entire Smith
r"mT , " . ' . . , IIS- a well a- South
no iiau ocioic eouiueii on eii.lit
hundred maiontv in
.'ountv, immediateiv raised their ri- the,- are fighting and work accor- however.'ha- not uirin d in the re- -jtv the next -chola-t;.- vear. which ni.ikiiiL' lo-e connection with all pa--
uresand said "vou can put us down diii"!v r Mo Hnvihlirnn coiumendatioii and there i-therefore certificate -hall lie pu'oli-hed bv each -eitci nam-, r.ue a-ion ami uiin.
for two thousand" t Josenhex- 1 ., a 1 H.ilitv that the sUte mav be coiintv clerk for two week-, in anew- a-Muick a- by any other route. I'.y
r, , ,IU'. t. jo.epuix- . -,,fe.l. ' ',.t.it.i....t ;.. -..i ,..,- ti. clo-e attention to bu-iiiL 1 hope to
teiius ner matiKs for the Honors lie- t nina spetuts tfUyjJOOA'UO aycar '. , : .... ' V, merit a liberal -hare of t.ubli.- nat- i..;,;.. .s pMr. f.,r tr..Town-
wc-lern tart of the -late, created I:ir ci.iintv court, and naid for out of the rona'c. .lOs. L. KA.'rllhl.
..illl..l -It ill.. -ti.xM.i! .......ii.-t .. ..-......- ti-...i.iiri' " .Tulle. I. 11 tt V
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stowed upon her, and will show that for religion.
she menu them m November. I m -
game of base Lull is
One hundred and forty-six printers dull thin year.
x-f San Francisco, latelvsi.'iied a call : rri .
iuvitingall members ot-thetvp!.'h: . 11,0 !'";"f (,0l"1:l" lun"n
ical craft to meet on tne .tb i.w. C.r Ameiiea is immeiise.
Pool, i- al-o beimr u-ed a-
re-elec- I'er-on- iie-irin' to enter tne ie-
tiou machine. Picked jurie-. po-:- parimcnt-of the Mate I'ni ver-itv at
M-ned trial-, involving lhe liectinarv Columbia or L'olla. are re:uired to
ruin ot ui.-inv ot the defendant-: are mac
all anions the mean- now dilieiitli or before Sepie-jiber 1. 17C.
the lurA.v of orcaniziii" .i nt-.lo.- M'i.., it . . t- . i inplmcil i.. dielop the t.iant .KlIIN I., i.dia
. , - - V- . " . .w..vav.nil uit VllllHI . -, ' I , t
in HV-tcru Noiib ( aioli.ia.
C. Ill sen.
Olfer- for s.se at low price-, for
Cash, uni.y. Drv iond-. lirocerie-.
kiiou ii their intention to me on I.'eadv Made Clothing. P.oot-. Shoe-.
Hardware, Confectionary. I,ueeu
ware. .Vc. ;ivchiiu a call.
Merchant t. ii . to.i.i. vh t.Mo.
fTk ( '. ( our: te. lieu. ('
s. . (.. .. b i Mo.. Attir Js;
Late Pub. Adm'r. of Ste. Uen. Co. .
Stray 5ot!c e-
Taken np ar.d p'.jtcd by Jame R. 'Wit
hams of LnionTownibip ndSte.Ger.rie
County .Mo. and posted before tbe under-
jienetf p Justice ot the rcace xor me
.-hip ind County and StaV.- aforesaid; t
IIort3 one of a drK niy color; ! "
years: 4 feel ar.d tn incLei bi'n. The oth
er a black some white on forehead and no
three white feet, six y?ar? oM: four
inches hi;;h. J. K.'BurJii and Jobn B.
Covington beir. appointed and ftiorn
appraisers fur that purpose do apnii.e them
at fortv ibillar-eic'i. tiiven under roy banJ
thi. Aii-. !-i A. D. -'- ,
1.-..J " A FUA-'EK, J.T.