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Acre. Property. Survey.
80.US lot,surs 7tMs20a8
30 part do
43.44 part 2101
Bover E W
Thomure Louis 69.27 part do
Sexauer Geo 103 nl 2102
IdttieKock prop'ty 2-5.25 off n end 2150
BailerJoseph 100 part 2IG0
Janis Bte 31.28 part 2108
Brown KT 297 part 3015
LeClere Etmund 100 part do
McAtteo Patrick J0 part of lot 2 do
Vallc Fiancia &
Mary C 140.93 lot 3 in lot 3 do
Valla Louit 297.67 lot 2 do do
KineaberrvVinr'a 1000 part 30-W
Watta Henry J
458.40 part in lot 2 3014
part lot B
part lot o
part lot b
kingsborry Virg'a 500
JJrury John tu
Iot2 in lot 4 do
135 01 part
llarter fritz lu.ta pan
Both Frslngiitias318.12 part
Grass Simon 85 part
Baumaii Andrew 114.49 part
Bauman Beauard 335 part
Klein Ignatius 170 part
biebert lwrcnce 1(10 port
Holmes Bobt B 100 part
Wade Wm P :9.30 part
JokerstFraX 110 part
Kuhne Ferd G2 part .
GeckFianris 44 art
BtGemine laphaol280 part
8 week Allen 60 part
o8 e part
(Mparts sun 1802&3221
120 lots 14 and 35
and n J lots 15
and 34 do
do 13 22
do 21 34
186897uT2 295 24
18J872 75 02
do 14 32
do 127 00
18C970T2 70 32
180872 55 OS
1871 10 83
1870'1 71 C5
18GS'972 198 73
1809 5 45
do 2 'tt
do 11 61
1871 . 14 27
do 21 42
180872 21 32
1871 30 23
1870'1 11 47
1309 7 01
do 7 92
lSf'970 T2 48 bo
18a72 57 m
1809 17 01
do 14 20
do 52 80
do 2S 01
do 14 2
1S701 40 2i
do 42 45
1871 53 32
do 14 01
do 9 10
do 5 9S
180872 43 20
1871 13 .VI
do 0 0
1S057I'2 5 72
180572 5 97
crowded oat ov
Fob Congress. I
arc authonzeu to announce
In Cincinnati, on the 7th, Frank UllTersItyor the SUtesfMlSgOHrl.j
Schick, twelve years old, the son of a ! Columbia, Boose Co.. Mo..
widow, was shot and killed by the I s Gauritre
tiio .ueiinquent Robert A. Hatcher of New Madrid as ( iwv. oaraucu. ron.:, an ngcu County Court :
Ijist this week. a candidate l'or Congress from this iocai minister of the Methodist ' Sir It i niv duty to inform von
r, T" . ' V,htri- Sub?!:t t(?, the Church. It appears that Mr. Browne that, under the "provision of an Act
Our landing the Democratic Convention Mr. - " II ... G,..u,r,1 l,.Illl,iv .,,,,,,-ovod
. . ill..,..!.,...;.. At-i.w. ta at nit- iin.1 iiaaii in," Krt.t,.. Ttm.i irr.is iv fin. . .
snipneu six nun-1 B i " .. .
dreu packages last . . ' - 1 " . s , .-n noyed ty ooys wuo, m spite oi re
mi ai ' . . do so as soon as practicable.
JL11U 1 I V 1 13
peated remonstrances, had entered
i.:,. i.: . ...I ,....
Wo .ire authorized to announce
NOTICE is hereby riven to all creditor;
August 3. 172-J'"1 oiccrs la.crcitetl in me estate ot
HiRSAPD 1"RATTS. UevOBSCil,
that I Joseph Bauuian. late Fublic Admin,
istrstor of S te. Genevieve coanty. State of
Missouri, having in charge the said estate,
intend to make final settlement thereof, tx
the next term of tlio county court of St.
Genevieve county, to be held at the citv of
Ste. Genevieve, on tho first Mondav Ibeis.
the 7th davl ot October, A. D. lili. 6
Lite Pub. Adtn'r Ste. Gen. Co.
Guignon, who has
been to St, Louis
on a visit for the
the past few weeks
.Tudjre I. L. Hawkins of Scott coun- nut oilier tleprciiations. Jt is
ty. a- a caudidate for Congress from tJlftt :lt til0 tjmc Gf lnc tratjedv
the Third Congressional District. " -
Mibject to the decision of a Dem-, t'raI woys had thns ttepas?ed,
I AVe are authori7.ed to uniiounce
Samuel C. Collier, of Madison coiin
. tv. a a candidate for Congress frm
' this District, subject to the deciion
' of a Democratic Convention.
1 A move is
on foot for the For Bepresextative.
purpose ot obtain-1 Jo the l orers oj me ttenevtere to
ing a representa
tion of Liberals in '
Kagleiser Jus sr
James Eliza (col) 191.54 part
Broeder George 100 part
Miebert Vincunz K9.03 lots 12 & 13
Armbrustcrlguatu80.42 lot 60
Vogt L Offo
Stewart Adam D
kewes Wm V
LalumeiidierUaniien IOZ.70 part
if i-.i . .
- Tram iiu :ark
karcber Christian 117 part
lleisch Andrew 120 lot 5
Uuek Binabart 103.35 lut 0
Frichvtt John 142 25 lot 1
Liza col'd woman 270 in
3.90 lot 71
25iart(for 2 years)
68.50 lot 9
45 lot 5
58.49 lot 8
58.41 lot 1
I without solicitation, an inde
pendent Democratic candidate for
Representative in the next the
Twenty-seventh (iefieral Ascmbly of
the fjtnte of Mi-souri.
7 . ... J-IJOliUIXS.
Wtiff" nr. J. v.
Bra ham, will
please acept our
thanks for a bas
ket of lino peach
es and apples, at the eiisuiii' November election.
Thev were deii-1 , .. T, .
Mr. Urowno tired at Schick with
slurs, one of the pieces strikm" him
in the lre:lt and inlliotini; a wound
from the ctrect of which the boy died.
Browne was arrested, and subs
tjuently released on S."u000 bail.
Colonel tiiibert Mo-ers, a Michi
gan cavalry otlicer, and at one time a
Kepiiblicau member of tho Michigan
.Senate, now re.-iding in Memphis,
Anril 1. lt?72. ( vide So-ioii Act. IS'
lp. lt!8-tli.) yonr county is entitled
to send to the department.- of the
State l"iiivct;ty at Columbia and
Kolla. during the year ending July 4.
If7:i, four H) .-tlKielit-. lietweeu the
age of sixteen and twenty-tive years.
' I'ndcr the rules atlop'tcd by the
I.oanl ot ( urator-.-tll.lent Mi.ill Ringw!ild,decv.ied. th-it I Jisedi Hauoian
po-e a i:ood moral character, and iate Public Admiiii?tratore!"Ste. (Jcneviet.
-ball ia-- a -ati-t'.ictorv examination
NOTICE ii hereby siren to all creditori"'
ami ouu'is liiten'rieit in tno estato ot Aavin
We are authorized to announce
Geo. E. . Jeuiiiiigs a a eandiilate
for the olliee of Ilejire.-eutalive in the
next the Twenty-sevenlli (ieneral
Assemblv of the Stale of Miouri.
writes that Tennessee will give (Iree
ley 00,001) majority, and ay: "Noth
ing preventing, I shall take pleasure
in addrosMiig tho people of Michigan
on tho condition of the South and the
importance of electing Greeley, at
dillereut points in tho State, during
in orthography, reattimr. writing,
arithmetic, ami geography:" and
niii'l pay the lee- per-crbed by said
act. to-it: on matriculating', an
cut ranee tee of Ten Dollar-: and a
contingent fee of Five Dollars : ami a
like contingent fecal the beginning
if the .-cioud half year, making the
whole annual charge Twenty Dollar-.
The Se-sion begin- on the Third
Monday in September, and continue
Caretul provi-ioii i- made for the
coni.ty State of Missouri having in ehari'
the aul estate, intend to make 2::al settle
men thereof, nt tho next toriii of the eountv
court of Ste. (Seneiievo county, to be hel3'
at the city of Ste. Genevieve on ttie first'
Mondav "(bcini; the 7th dav) of October''
A. 1). 1?72.
Iite Pub. Adiu'r Ste. (Sen. Co.
' At the solicitation of many friends' lIlu month of beptcmbcr.-iy,,--ac.
I from all portions of the eountv I an-
iioiiuce lir.X'Il a leuiocratiecalidulati
m. AT TJ..1
Sr -mcb. i .ii- imiiiiee 111
merwill plcaso ac- fr the olliee of I.Yprc-entativc in the
cept our thanks next General a-einlilv of the -state of
for a nico lot of.Mitsouri KOBERT G. MAUISOX.
Tomatoes, Onions, , Fm sEKIFF ASB CoKeotor.
and Egg plants. AW-:Ue authorized to announce F.
Mrs. 1. is one of Leavenworth a an independent Can
thc best gardners didate for Sherilf and Collector ot
7 5Sjrescntative. Ja
iHwil'01" Burks for
12 tit :v I i ..ii..,.
norm uiiu i,oiicc-
tJeiievieve Count v. at the en-u-
clectioii iu Xovcmber.
announce m cuts
this week. J?. lr.
Madison for Hep-
tor, and John J.
Bodkin for Super
intendent of l'ub-1
lie Schools. '
J I !
or, T(li Louis hi'
We are authorized to announce
Jo-eph 1 1 nek as a candidate for the
olliee- of Shoritr and Collector in the
enduing election in Xovcmlier.
We are .-iiithorizcil to announce
la-per X. Ilurk-i jk a eandiilate for'
the olliee- of Sheritl and Collector of '
Ste. ti'enevieve County. Mi ouri at
the ensuing election in Xoveiuber. 1
NOTICE is horoby given to all persons interested,
that tho undersigned Collector for tho County of Ste.
Genevieve, and State of Missouri, will muko application
to tho County Court of Ste, Genevieve County, and State
aforesaid, at the Octolicr term thorcof, to be held on the
first Monday of October 1872, at the Court House in said
County for a judgment to on torero tho lein of tho State of
Missouri against the tracts of land and h-ts of ground dis
cribed in the foregoing list, and for an order to sell so
much of said real proporty as shall bo sullicient to satlsfy
tho amount of taxos, interests and costs due on the sev
eral tracts of laud and lots ot ground therein discribed,
and that on the first Monday of December, 1872. all ol
said lauds and lota for tho sale of which an order shall be
made will bo exposed to public sate at tho Court House,
in said County of Ste. Genevieve, for tho satisfaction of
the taxes, interests ami costs thereon.
Dated this 7tli day of August, 1872.
Collector of Ste. Genevievo County, Missouri.
I. iuitc a
number of our ci
tizens loft for St.
the Citv of
S o in c
route for Jcflcr
Kon City to attend 1
A convict of the Rhode Island Pen
itentiary has fallen heir to an immense ,
fortune, and he is now talking of buv-
We are authorized to annoimc , , s , , fc . t, - '
eno l.aroe a-; a eandiilate lorthci " i
olliee of As-c-isor for tin- County of; moved from the premises.
Me. Genevieve, iu the ensuing elec-.
edti ation of Young Women in all the
da e- of the I'liiver-ily.
I beg to call your ntt'eiitioii to the
appended extract from the law on this
You will plca-e. alter giving two
week-: publication ol (hU cerlilicate.
trau-mit to me. on or before Septem
ber lir.-t. a 1:I of the name- of all the
youth of your county who intend to
makeapplieatioii foreiitraiii e into the
Univer-iiv at the commencement ol
Iu Japan the niarnago ccrcinotiv she next - ion.
, " If .-iit-Ii li-t i- not ti-iii-init ted -til
ls very simple. A man and a woman ,,(.Ilts ,-,., .,. ,.,., w ili i,0
drink from tho same cup, ami tho allowed to enter in lien of tho-e to
thing is done. Divorce is not a ,e
ninth more elaborate allair. The ,.llege building- at from 1.2. to
husbsiid who is dissatisfied with his V y wcck: 'iii pri ate families at
wife gives her a piece of paper on 'Vaiii. ' very re-pect fully, your obt
which a lew characters are traced, -ervant.
Being translated, thev are about as' . , b'OKKin I. Tl !D.
r-ecictarv Coaril l C urators of
follows: "I no likee you. 1 tliinkee "I'niieisily ot Mi-souri.
you likee other man more better.) The Secretary of the Hoard ofCu-
Igivovou piece a paper. You inn ' -""-' " be tra iticd
,." , . 1 to the clerk ol each coiiiilv cluirt in
Gooilce-tye. f t lii Stall- a cerlilicate. stating the
Uiimocr ot pupil that such coiitv i-
entitled to -cud to the State 1'niior--ilv
the next -choia.-tie vcar, which i
cerlilicate shall be pllbli-hcd by each
county clerk for two week-, in a now
paper puhli-hcd iu such count v. The
expen-e thereof to he allowed bv the
NOTICE is h rebv given to all cre-iiton
i:,il other intere-leil in the estate of Ptiihp
l.Ut ce. leeea?0il th:it I .loM'j-h Hauuisb,
Into Pub'ii Adm'mi-tr-itor of te Genevieve
eountv State !" .Miouri, bavins i" ilisru
the said est-ito. intend to m:i!o linal settle.
:iii't.tthereo,;-itt!n next term ot'tim eountv
court of iid iMiinty. to be hel.l at the t'ity
ot Ste. Geni'viiive on the iirst Motidav lb.
in tho 7th Jul of October. A. I) t7i
JOSEPH 15 A I .MAX.
Late Pub. A.lmr. Ste. Gen. Co.. Mo.
riual Scttleitu iit.
XoTlCE i- hereby given to all creditors
and others inlerestej in the estate of Enl.
lie GrilfarJ. decea-i tl. that I, Jmeph nu
man, late public ii'luiiiiistrator of Ste. Gen
evieve cetinty. State of .Missouri. haini; it
charge .-iitI e-itate, intend to make tinsl tet-tb-uient
thereof at the neit tetin of the'
county court of said county, to bo held at
the City of Ste. Genet iove. on the tirt Mon
tlav (bein tin 7th dav) of October. A. I.
1.-72. JOSKPH U.U'MAX.
Late Pub. Adiur. Ste. Gen. Co., Mo.
NOTICE is herebv i;ivt-ii to all cre.liti'tfg
ami others intertted in the estate of Charles
Kaliert. ibcea-til. that 1 Jo-eph lbmman,
bite public mlmini-tratcr of Ste. ; nevii e
county. State of .Missouri, having in charge
the -aid e.-tuto, intend to nmke final M-ttle-meiit
thereof, nt tin next term of tbn
county court of nH county, to be held at
the Citv of St-, (ieiievieve on the tirt Mon
tbiv (being the 7th tlav) of t)ctob-r, A. Jj.
1872.' ' JUS'El'll It.U MAX
Ijite Pub Adiu. of Me. Gen. Co. Mo.
tiou iu Xovcmber.
27 US on
We are authorized to announce
Jo-eidi Yiiu.-iekle- as a candidate for
the olliee of A-e.-sor in the County
of Sie. Genevieve. State of Mi ouri.
at the next November election.
said a committee
a mince pie and
"Now. mv bov,'
man, "if I had a mince
should give two-twelfths to Isaac,
two-twelfth to Harry, and two
twelfths to John, and should take
are authorized to announce Jo- half the pie myself, what would there
. F.rii-I a a caudidale for the ... u i- ,. i i i.i
NOTICE is herebv giieli to all oreitiUns
niul otbers inten-stetl in the estate of Agnw
eountv court, and paid for out of theiJ "" "wTr - , . , ' ''
.. 1 i late Public Atliniuistrator ol t. icne-
coiintj tiea-UM. vi. v.! county, State of Mi-souri. Inch.! in
lVt-oti- tb-irnig to enter the de- t.h.,r. the said estate intend to ma ...ml
parlmcsits ot the Mate I niveisity at set'l'ement thereof, at tho neit term of tl
Columbia or Holla, are reaiuiretl to 1 eountv court of said eountv. to bo held nt
ine tin its ie. icnet ieve, on tn-t ur .
Momlav (being the 7th tlav) of Oetoler, o..
i). isrl Josr.i'U n.ii'MAX.
Late Pub. Adiu'r. of Sto. tieii. Co. Mo.
9Sf Our otllcc
has tho honor of
a new sign, which
wo think adds no
little to its already
olliee of :i c-nl fur tin linoilv nf
Ste. Gciicvievcat the ensuing election that the people can hear you." "The
in November. plate!" shouted the boy.
FOR SlTEKISTENDKKT Pl'HLlO SCHOOLS. I
AriifST i. 1872 I Several jieople who have answered ;
I announce myself as an iiuletn-ii-. :n advertisement promising a "cor-j
candidate for the olliee of Superin- ,-e(., likeness of yourself, 'and your I
teudent Publi!, School, for Ste. G'cn- i .,... ii.i r,.i tifiv i-ont leivo
received a three cent mirror, and are !
make known their intention to me on
or before September 1. 1872.
JOUX L. BOGY,
(Tk Co. Court Sie. Gen. Co.
Ste. Genevieve .Mu.. Aug I 'J 1.S7
II. F. I. t.Vl. .11. U.
Wo nrido 0rseir evice Coiiiilv. Missouri.
IbltlltlilSJ! 1 1 1 1 1 A M 1 L A C K I . K I) G K.
looking sign in
town that is per
haps because it is
o u r s i g n. T h e
painting was done
by Mr. I.oBoucher
who know., how to ,
do such thing,
and the wood part
by Mr. John S.
informed that they can tell their own
fortunes by counting their money, j
I NOTICE is hereby gi en to all creditor!
nud others interested in the estate of 1 II.
Patterson, tleeensed. that I, Joseph H 'uman,'
SURQ0N '"bhc Atliniuistrator of Sts Uen-
vievo county. State of Missouri, having iu-
chnri; tin saitl estate, intend to muko liual
' ...i,r..n ,i c t.n .., . ..I .1...
!?u.,iiiii-iil .iivi t'l. ni uid urn u iiu ui uio
county court of said caunty, to bo held at
' the Citv- of Ste. Genevieve, on the first
Mondav (being the 7th dav) of October A.
M. I.n?! JOSKl'JI 11AVMAX.
Late. Pub. Adm'r. of Sto. Gen. Co. Mo.
We are aiithorizi-d to anuouiici'
John .1. Botlkiu as a candidatc'for tin
..it: . i .... . i- ii. .i i
oiiii-e in on ici iiiieiiiit-iii oi i nunc rri... 1-..J..
Schools for the eountv of Ste. Gem-; liitoiait Liuiiinttj.
vieve at the ensuing Xovcmber elec-j The Legislature at its Ia.-t session
tiou. I pa oil an act providing for the ilt-tri-
butioii ot stuih'iit in tins tn-t it iiiiii
Painter ami a'aper Hanger.
Colntv Coukt Justice.
We are authorized to announce
MexanderS Jenniiigsas caudidale for
the olliee of Couutv Court Justice for
among the dillereut counties its the
State, according to the proportion of
youths iu each county between the
ages of sixteen anil tvenly-livo years.
Tin number ofsiich youth in each
Jobs Neatly Done at the Lou est Price.
.i .i i, . , . . ,
.-. init uii. oi-iriei coiiiiioseo oi .incfc-oii
t. miiocu, caipen- . ,. . .........i...,. ; o. ( :,... eonniv is to berenorledbv the Super
ter, builder and ..;,.,...(,.... ' intendeiit of Public Schools to tin
THE WEEKLY FAIR FLAT.
architect, it re
j fleets credit on
Secretary of the Hoard of Curators,
who shail then cau-i! to be tran-mit-i
. .i i . i- i i i t
i I- ...i icii it i lie i-iei i. oi i o ii coinii ti
Article 4, section S,oi the constitu-j Sl!It(1 (.(.rtili,,..u. ,,ating the
A New Question.
8. HEXKY SMITH, Proprietor.
- AUG. 22 187.'.
The following persons are author
ized to receive subscriptions and ad
vertising for the Fair Play, and to
receive and receipt for moneys :
Mrs. Amelia II. Witteiueycr, Ste.
Unlit. Slaughter. Esij., Ste. Marvs.
JohnTlapck, jr. "
Billy Ilotfinann carrier, for sub
scriptions. LOCAI, CHAT.
"Wtinder if we arc going to have
any candidates for State and county
officers in our county. We don't see
any announcements coming in. Our
rates arc as follows for announcing
For Congresss - $10.00
" ICepresentativc - - 7,00
" County offices - - .'.,00
Township - .V0
WfL. Wo are in receipt of a commu
nication BtgnedJ. in regard to ourFair
interest. We regret that our rule
will not permit us to publish it. If
the writer will send us bis name, wo
will be happy to publish it, and
i uo giau io receive more.
ation of the Republi-
eyievo County, is
LVCourt ilouse on
72, to elect del-
n, and to or-
The work on the Cairo, Arkansas
and Texas liaitroad is being rapidly
ushod forward, and the prospects
for a speedy completion of the road
are decidedly flattering. Workmen
are passing through our town every
day on their way to tho line and a
large force will soon be at work on
that part of tho road near Deck's
Creek. We are informed by Col.
Deal, tho contractor, that a Ibrco of
soventy-fivo workmen are engaged in
cutting out the road westward to
wards Poplar Blutr, and that they
will probably reach Castor IJiver by
Friday night. .Mr. Deal has pur
chased somo eighteen acres of land
from Mr. Wright, at the croossing
of the creek and road line, and has
laid off a town thereon, named, in
honor of tho creek and Air. llonncr's
famous horse, "Dexter City." A
store has already been opened at this
place, and numerous shanties erected
lor tho accommodation of workmen.
Tery evidently, business is meant
and at hist our county will mako a
move towards improvement. S. E.
lion of Missouri, declares, "no person ' number of pupiN that such county i- Monday (being the vfnth J'tv) of Oct
shall boa member of tho house of .liilWl lo send to State rniversjty A. 1S J1'''-
duriiMf the next scola-tie year, which iJile l ub. Adin r. ot fcte. Gen. Lo.
representatives who shall not have
attained tho ago of 24 years, who shall
not be a whito male citizen of the
' uniteil States, who shall not have year, a Iit ot tlio-e who tle-ign to ap
1 l.n. ,li;n...i ,.t r.tth. st..4.,i... "nlv for ailnii-sioii to the University.
.... v..-.. ,.i, tjtt ,.ll, V llfl. Ultltl. 1111
years, and an inhabitant of tho conn
eertilitate shall be publi-hed by such
clerk for two weeks at the expen-e of
1... ...ill. )v. The clerk is to send to XOTICE
I... .i.,.n.t:iri- on Seoleinlier 1st ofeat-b nnd others interi
ti .. .1 : l i i .i . , - , -
ii'incii, u-ee:iMti, inui i r r:i:ici3 u tu?3in.
.onnm;tr:itor of said e.tate. intend to
I Filial ScUlt-iucni.
' XOTK'Ei' hereby niven to nil cllira
, and otliers iiitert-sted in tho iV.utu f Kman
, 11(1 Smith, deceasetl. Hint I, JtiM-ph Unit
i man, lato Public Aihuiiiislmtor of Ste:
l Geiieviuve, county, State of MUsoiiri, hav
' ing iu charge the said estate, intend to
, make final settlement thereof, attheneit
I term of the county court of said county, to
Final .Settlement- j be held at the City of Sto. Genevieve, on
NOTICE i herebv ejven to all creditors ' 'h" &Tit Mondav (being the 7th day) ..r Oe,
and others interested in the utate of Sebns-1 tober, A. 1. 1S7J JOSEPH U.U'MAX,
bastinii Seytsler. deceased, that I, Joseph Ito l'ub. Adm'r. -if Ste. Gen. Co. Mm.
Ihiurnan, late Public AdmiirUlnttor of Ste. i , "
Genevieve county. State of Mirstiuri, hnvint; Final ScttlrBCDl.
in charge the said estate, intend to make , NOTICE is herebv iven to nil creditor!
final settlement thereof, at the next term of and others interested tn the estate of Peter
the county court off aid county, to be held Tieutman, deceased, that I, Jo'ei.h Bail-
t ttie . itv ot &;e. tieneviove, on tlie nrst man. Into Public AdminMimior of Ste.
October Genevieve eountv. State ,f Mixmiri. hav
ing ill charge the ail estate, iuteiol to mal
Mo. ti-iul settlement thereof, at the next term of '
the county court of said county, to behold-
rin.,1 l'..lll.M..I . ... .1. . ,-:.. -. j- - J ., .
imm iniiiimciii, i ui. me vit oi ,ie. ueuovieve, on inu nrsi
I'lii: siiiieriiiteiident of public -chool.-
harciorled to .Mr. U. J.. Todd, sec
retary of the Hoard, that there are in
the state between the age- named
:7:'t.i-'t per-ou. The curators have
lived the number that can be cared
for by the University at Wo. On tbi
basi Mr. Todd ha- apportioned the
number nt -tudents each county i- en
tilled to send to the University, and
transmit ted to the clerk of each county
coin-tin the State a cerlilicate ns re-
Acting under this idea, he o,uirol by thU law. If each county
announced himself as a candidate for "'."hl -ml its quota, a-alli.tieil. tho
Liitver.-uy wouiu ne linen aim no
more could be admitted. I5ut thi- is
not at alt probable, and student- from
anv eountv or State will be admitted
it licurhv Kiveu to nil creditor Momlny (being the 7th dav) of October, A.
ntere-ted in th-estate of Henrv JO.Vf.77 HA UMAX.
ivtlt: l uo. Atlin r ol ste tun. ,. Jlo.
E is hereby given to all creditor -
ty which he may bo cho-ou to rep
resent, nno year next before the tlav
,of his election."
Some poor disfranchised man, im
I agincd that tho adoption of tho con
stitutional amendment iu 1870,restor
cd him to all the rights of a free Mis-
the legislature A "stiaiglit out"
compettor for tho honors to which he
aspire., litis raised tho question, that
a the constitutional amendment was
adopted November 1870, and the
poor fellow, had no chance to register
I until March, 1871, he is not eligible to University charge wa reduced to 20
a seat in the legislature. That is l'eratinutii it wa-teare.i i.y sonic that
,. , ... . . . the people ol the countie nearest the
suck way otui-posmg ota competior rniver-itv. tempted bv the execed-
rather an improvement on ousting
antl others inUmttd in the estate of Fidel'
llettii;, deceased, that J, Joseph It.-mnian, -lute
Public Administrator ef Ste. Genevieva
i county. State of Missouri, having in chans
' the aid estate, intend to make final ;ettl
ment tl.eroof, at the next term of the coun-" s
ty court of said county, t be held at the
1,'itvof Ste. (!:irluve. on the first Monday
(being tha 7th) day of October, A. tt. P72.
JOSEPH It AVM AX. y
Late Pub. Adm'r. of Ste. Gen. Co. Mo.- jfc
iu lieu of tho-c who-e cotiutie
Thi- law wa naised. as we are ad
vised, to -ectire a fair distribution of 12-3
students in the State. As the whol
mako ilnnl sottb iuent thereof nt the next
Term of the county court, of Ste. Genet ieve
county, to bo hel.Vat the City of Ste. (iene
vi.:ve,"on the Cist Monday (being tho 7th
dav) of October I? '.
Tak. n up mid posted by J.ims K. "Wil
liams of UiiionTottn-hip ardSte.Genevieve
County Mo. ami posted before the under
siitned n Justice of the Pence for the Town
ship and County and State aforesaid; two
Horres one of n dark bav color; nzed six '
year.'; i feel and ten ii.h', h"ib. The oth
er a blark sono whiti i-n furi-lis.ul nnil nrtti.
three uhi'.e ftet six v-irs old: four feet S Uarry. deceased, that I, Joseph Bauman,
inches higt. J. N Burks and John II. Itc Public Administrator of Ste. Goe--Covington
bein-x appointed and swern as vievo county. State of Missouri, having in '
appraisers for that purpose do nprr.isa thern charge the saiti estate, intend t- make Mnat' f
- v. ..i.u., unit,,. Ill, UWiU -.- ' . -
this Auir. 1st A. 1. 1S72 county court ot said county, to be held t.w
me iity oi at, uenevieve, on ins am.
Mondav (being the seventh dav) of Octoher'.ag
A.D. ls,- JOSEPH HACMAS.
Late Pub. Adm'r. of Ste. Gen. Co. Mo.-S15
NOTICE is hrroby civen to all creditori -Jja
and othr-ra interested in the estate of Cha.- -j
A FP.ASER, J. P.
NOTICE is herebv eiven to all creditors
and other interested in the estate of Tem
perance Owslev. i:eceaetl. that I. Josenh
It-mm. 1.,i,. T....i: :':..-.. -:.. I VliTICI ti ..n I.. .11 -wt;i.t.'; W
mgly 1-.W prii-e would monopolize Genevle cmiViVve S
the school and till it to the exclusion irs; in ciarpc th"c fH,j ,flte :ntc'ndtn Bloom, deceased, that I, Joseph Bauma.-i, i
ot those at a "renter distance lrom the rimke fin..l iMtln.n.nt h..r ii,....i late Public Administrator of S,le. Gene- -Sh-
Two Pennsylvania women called
for their husbands at a barroom the
other evening. Ono broke the ice
pitcher over her husband's head, tho
other satisfied herself with doing the
same for two decanters, but made up
irowing the cat and her
1 of cider; these
rfulncss over, thev
University. Hence tins law was
pa cd. which we believe i- an anom
aly in legislation. The motive wa a
good one. and we hope the law will
have a lair and free te-t. Meanwhile
we are arurcd there will be room for
trm of the eountv court of said eountv, to vieve county. State of M'ssouri, having in ij
be held at the Citv of Ste. Genevieve on charge the laid estate, intend to makefliU&:? J
-Mondav 'beme tho seventh dav) of October settlement thereof, at the next termor tn j'
a . . . . . . .... r . , . - i . . , L .1 1 .
JiiSKl'H HAL MAX, couniy couri oi sai'j coumy, v oeneiui
A. D 1S72.
Late Pub. Adm'r.
The Chicago TWdwiesays: "Gree
ley's election will be a triumph to
every man, of whatever party, who
really wants reform. He will carry
with a few exceptions, all the South- a" "'ho deire to avail themselves of
ernaiidSouthwcstcrnStates. Hewill WStffift
ca r.y Pennsylvania and New York now. lrom its largely increased liter-
and three at least of the Xew Emr- ary apparatus aud
land States. In Ohio and Illinoi
nomination Will be accented as a sbm complete culture to all who will hon- hanne m chanrethe said estates, intend to county, StiVe of Missouri, havimr m ci.ir
r.ii: j . ,,. etl-tl vto make the licit ii-fofltn make final settlements thereof, at the next the said estate, intend to make final ioUI-'
of Ste. Gen. Co. 3lo. i lne "--y ol bus. uenevieve, on me iimw
Jlunaay (being the seventh day' oi iclooer;
Final Settlement. ' A. I. ibtt. JOSEPH BA VMaX,
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors Pub- Adm'r. of Ste. Gen. Co. Mo.'i
and others interested in the estate of Sarah
Simms. Cbri5tian,Fahrcnbach. Thomas Mc-
Ace, Bainuel Aennedy, Napoleon N
NOTICE U hereby given to all sredilotv
E"g- airV ra,.I,'-"a,U:SV "H C-speciallir from Keaque and Allen Gcntrv. deceased, that I, and others intrestrd in the estate of Jowpk
? the facilities anorded by the new sci-, Joseph bauman, late Public Administrator ! Herman, deceased, that I, Joseph IJaama'"
5 ins , cnttffic building to give thorough and ot Ste Genevieve eountv. State of Missouri. ' late Public Administrator of Ste- Gjnerif'a
mean, placed at their dispo-al.
nost mat will unite their The -c5iou opens on the third Moll
is to uicir quiet countrymen in other States to - "' S'-ptcintter. ami we expect to
rcatoic all it- constitutional powers, tendance."
numbers iu at-
term of the eountv court of said eountv. to ment. thereof, at tk nsit trrm of th3;
' be held at the City of Ste Genevieve, on county court of said :iinty, to be held atj
. Mondav (being the venth dav) of October the Citv of Ste. Genevieve, on the &!--'
A. I). lN7i JOSEPH BA CM.4X, i ilondav'Coeing the seventh day) of UcUAttt
Lt Pub. Adia'r. of Ste. Gen. Co. Mo. A. D. 1872. JOSEPH B A UM AS,
12-1 ( Late Pub. Adm'r. of Sie. Gwt. Co. Mr !