MARRIED, at Wittenberg, Mo., on the 26 ult., by Esquire Estel, Mr. Henry Farmer to Miss Artemissia Alister, both of Grand Tower, Ills.
REGISTERING. -- Let our readers remember the days on which registering of voters will commence in their respective election precincts, and be on hand to register themselves, that they may be able to cast their votes on the first of November next.
DOERR & BROTHERS. -- In to-day's paper will be found a new advertisement from the above firm. Read it. --- They offer goods at remarkable low figures, so don't fail to give them a call and examine their goods and compare prices. They guarantee good bargains to all who patronize them.
PEACHES. -- yes, peaches made their appearance in our market last Saturday for the first time this season. Unfortunately we did not have the pleasure of seeing any of them, but several of our citizens did. They were grown up on the farm of Mr. Alex. French, who resides on the Saline.
RAPID WORK. -- We are informed that Henry G. Kiesler & Co. put up over two hundred feet of lightning rod in Saline township from four o'clock on Tuesday evening up to half past three o'clock on Wednesday evening of this week. Good work.
PAINTING UP. -- Fritz Springer is busy engaged in painting the wood work of the German Catholic Church of our town, which helps the appearance of it very much.
Mr. James Burgee is having his residence nicely painted by Mr. Myers, who is doing good work.
A SAD ACCIDENT. -- Just as we go to press we learn that some strangers who had got off a steamboat at the Chester ferry landing, on the Missouri side, on Sunday last met with a deplorable fate. It appears that they had camped near the landing under some large trees. During Sunday night a heavy storm came up, the wind blowing terrific, when a large tree was blown down, which fell upon one of the men killing him almost instantly. The deceased was removed to Chester, where he was buried, on Monday.
PERSONAL. -- Mr. John C. Doerr returned home from St. Louis last Sunday, where he had been purchasing a stock of merchandize.
J. C. Killian, Luke J. Hucheson and Henry Favell, delegates to the Radical State Convention, left town for Jefferson City on Monday last.
Mr. William Litsch, and his eldest daughter and Miss Julia Berhle, left Perryville for the city of St. Louis on Tuesday afternoon. The young ladies go there to attend school during the coming year.
Mr. John B. Cashion left for St. Louis on Tuesday.Rev. Father Blume and Mr. Frank Cobbs returned home on Tuesday morning.
Mr. William Vineyard and Mr. John Young and lady of Chester, Ills., visited our town on Tuesday.
J. C. Doerr & Bros have just received another large and new stock of Dry Goods, Notions,
Ribbons, &c. which they will sell cheaper than ever. Drop in ladies and take a peep for yourselves.
CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTS. -- It will be seen by to-day's paper that another name has been added to our list of candidates, that of our friend John J. Seibel, who seems willing to take his turn at "Sweeping out the office", provided the people see fit to authorize him to do so at the next election. We would say to the rest of the candidates who have not yet been to see us, come right along. "For delinquent on the printer's books can never enter heaven."
In this issue will also be found the announcement of Joseph Greenwell, Esq., as a candidate for Justice of the County Court. Mr. Greenwell has been holding the office of Justice of the Peace for eight or ten years, which has enabled him to acquire a knowledge of law, which will render him fully competent to discharge the duties of the office to the interest of the people and a credit to himself.
It will also be seen that Mr. Thomas A. Davis informs the people of Perry county that he is a candidate for Justice of the County County [Court], and if elected will do his whole duty as such.
We are authorized to announce the HON. JAMES R. McCORMICK as candidate for Congress in the Third
Congressional District of Missouri, subject to the action of a district convention of the
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
We are authorized to announce the name of HON. W. H. BENNETT, as a candidate for re-election to the lower house of the State Legislature from this county, subject, of course, to the
action of a convention of the Democracy, should there be any.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
We are authorized to announce the name of JOSEPH GREENWELL, as a candidate for the office of Justice of the County Court at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce the name of THOMAS A. DAVIS as a candidate for the office of Justice of the County at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce the name of ROBERT N. DEAN, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff at the ensuing November election.
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
We are authorized to announce the name of CHARLES A. WEBER as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Clerk at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce the name of WILLIAM P. FAHERTY as a candidate for the office of County Clerk at the ensuing November election.
FOR CIRCUIT CLERK.
We are authorized to announce the name of JOHN J. SEIBEL as Clerk of Circuit Court of
Perry county, subject to one condition, viz: the wish of the citizens of Perry county at the
ensuing election in November next.
We are authorized to announce the name of JAMES C. NOELL as a candidate for re-election to
the office of Circuit Clerk at the ensuing November election.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR.
We are authorized to announce the name of PETER OBUCHON as a candidate for the office of Assessor at the ensuing November election.
FThe handiest place to buy
Fhandsome clothing, dress
Fgoods, hats and caps, boot &
Fshoes, groceries, and wearing
Fapparel of every description
A FINE SPAN OF HORSES
made a good deal finer by going to J. B. Campbell's New Saddle shop and Dressing them up with leather, at prices that cannot be grumbled at.
H. G. KISELER & CO. -- If you want a good cooking or heating store or a No. 1 article of tin or sheet iron ware, by all means call upon H. G. Kiesler & Co. and they will accommodate you with just the article exactly.
A HAPPY FAMILY. -- We have heard the remark that if you want good, sweet bread in the family, you must have a good natured and even tempered cook to make it. As an additional aid, we would recommend the unrivaled Charter Oak Cooking Stove, which will insure the happy owner not only a well-cooked, palatable meal, but also a contented and cheerful wife.
Pounds of the best New Orleans Sugar for $1 at Furth's. Use it to sweeten his 4 pounds for a dollar Coffee. Worsted dress goods at 20 cents a yard. Splendid Flannels at 35 cents per yard. Good fitting Corsets for $1.
Mr. J. C. DOERR has just returned from St. Louis with a stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, &c., which will be sold very cheap for cash. If wanted they will have them up for gentlemen to order.