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Weekly Fair Play.
THURSDAY. - - OCT. 10,
For State Senator, 28rd District,
GEN. PIRMIN A. ROZIER,
Or Ste. Gkkevikve.
According to tteprescnl law Uicra is
;io provision for voters to roister in
iitc; and turner, cer umnoi wt.
in any ether district except that in
ichieh he lives. Every one should'
bear this in mind. I
Faumingto.v, Mo., Sept, 20. 1872.
Gen. F. A. Rozicr, Ste. Gene-jicvc, Mo.,
Deaii Sin: Having been appoint
ed by the Democratic convention
assembled in thi-", placo on yester
day, ty nominate n eandidato for the
Senate for Uio 2.'5rd Senatorial Dis-
i - r r i Upon taking tho chair Mr. Thomas in
Vait npon and inform you of your , .....
... ... ... a hapiiy speech thanked tho conven-
Miiatun.ous 1 omination, it is with i 1 J 1 . . , ,
, .. . ., . tion for the honor conferred am!
ureal pleasuro that wc avail our-) , . , . ....
, P . , . . . counselled moderation and justice in
selves of this early opportunity to, J , ...
,. ,. . e t , t its deliberations. Iho report of tin
notify you ot tho action of the con- . . 1 . .
... . , , 1 committee wa, on motion, received
vention, and tho universal wish that, ' '
' .. . ,. , and adoptod, and the committeo dis-
you accept tlio nomination thus made, j 1 '
Permit ns to assure you that wo have j c i:ro0( " . r
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and zeal in behalf of the great cause,
itivnk-od iii tli romiii!' i-ontust. and I
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II1.1U ill IllUUlllg Oil OU1 OUlliUUUil. i
standard bearer, we have no fears of
tbo final result on the Ides of Novem
ber nexi. With sentiments of high
regard, wc aro, dear General, your
Louis F. Df.xxi.vo,
J. N. Buiiks,
Maiitin Ii. Claudv.
5ti- GKfcvjKvE,Mo.,Oet. 3, 1872.
I have tl honor of acknowledg
ing receipt of your communication,
bearing date the 20th ult., informing
mo of my nomination as a candidate
lor the Senate for the23rl Senatorial
District of this State, by tho Dem
ocratic convention held at Farming
ton on tbo 2Clb day of Sept. 1872.
Being tho action and unanimous wish
of tho Democratic convention, 1
accept tbo nomination, and will do
in duty in tho groat causo involved
in the coming political contest.
Accept for yourselves and the
msmbers of tho convention my sin
cere regards and thanks for this
mark of confidence.
Yours, most respectfully,
FIEMIN A. ROZIER.
To Judges Phillip Pipkin, Louis
F. Denning, J. A. Burks, and
Martin L. Clardy, Committee.
On Tuesday night last, according
A. .. 1? 1- -
io announcement, uc camiiuaies lor i
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itepresenuuvc m tins county, uiii
three of thcin, addressed tho people) ..u.o.u ; .- o ceonoi.i.c. .,, m.u u Tll"aVv v.lan. Jaeabsand Yick.-b;u-
.i I ii m t I in order wh-reuno'i Rev V Rucker I bore that we do not have to -end to 1 utMi.i.-iii.!iii.j.iuin.
in the Court Houc. The conte.-t in owci, nn.ivupo.i Jic . .i. i"l-r 1 :111V ot!lL.1. I:ltl. auv ore , 1:1.lko i packe!. 10. p. m.
seems to be a prettv warm one with , nominated L. L. Sebastian, of St. L.,t 4j,ort or anv other iron. Tlic- cdncsday. i-:iih1 lover. it. p. m.
Judge Bobbins and our Sheriff. J Francois, and Mr. L. Hite put in , red oxyd mixed with the brown hem- Tliurtay. Ailin Jawb aua n-k-Some
little dillerenies of opinion , nomination W. S. Relfe, of Washing rHVi. 'AlV.i?. I--rflM-tilillo"31niilii. 10. p. .
. . .(
amoiijr the parties oppoKd to each
candidate. vesiiltcd in some prcitv
saucy retorts from both sides. We
think this matter of personalities is
about played out, and ought to be
A curious case Las arisen at Del
keith, Scotland, respecting an a?erted
marriage. A man named Ro!s ami a
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' ? Huniuit i.u iiuiii iil- cai-
led Ins wife, havinc re'istered ilieir '
children as legitimate, had eharjres of,
fale registry preferred, against them
on tliegiwuul that they were not law- ia
limy nmrnco. mc accueil, on the '
other JiaiMt. insist that they always .
considered themselles as legally man
mm wile, it appears ttiat m isoi they .
leit miKeith xor Oalashiels. to get
iiwuiu, uui- iiui milium Miiiicjem i
r, the each
aved a barrel i
money to pay a minister,
took a hantul of meal, nl;
Vr. iiKx T'if''iscatlemcii, M. L. Clardy, J. K. liar-
each other. Both then placed their P. .
hamlluls-ot' meal in the basin and
m,M" " V ,i, ,vnul(1
iioiN;vcruiiiii -ucauiuiu mem par::"
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-"Y"'"? lv -"-" "I1"" "'.,..- . ,
bible, they rose tip and declared and tbo balloting continued up to
..wiAni-t11 i midnight, without resulting in a nomi-
and Mis5 Lawless might have saved . s ' . . , .. .
their meal to make norrid.-e. In nation; the counties of Jelierson and i
Seotland and in every other eiviliz-1 Washington voting solid for Kelfe, lence of any that capital can select Vi
eU COUlltrV. lor tlint lrff-r l limlnnl . ... - . . . ?.i i:t... ... .. :,..i.l..i
agreement W all, tfiTSI' to nlics Mf reaVork w do iioi'lsh to
?.S U OTnamtintal ratIicr thaujvding among them.
Gen. A m. Jlarow, a Liberal Re-:
publican sneaker, was
bj'a railway accident, in Indiana.
was resumed and contmned with the t that has oe.-unea m the history ot in-j
Twelve thougandniosimitoes to each . . . , , riian ailair." The Indian Chiefs. I . . -
cubic foot of atmosphere is the allow-: results as bejore till about ten o cIock. 5.,.,, m Trec auil Lone Wolf Qu:ck -.ar"
at Key Wct. At '.'.at hour on nK'tion ofa dclea't. v.'-riua"tidanceii"flin.i'lefpf ''.-he-. -nir M'-f
Prnfwdinra of the Democratic
The convention met at Farmington
on Sept. 25tb, 1872. C:ipt Philip A. J
Shaw wp.s elected temporary chair-
mau and E. Virgil Conway secretary,
The chair then appointed Judge F.I
K. Boyd, of "Washington, W. S.Jew-
;ctt, 0f Jefferson, O. D- Jlnris, of Ste. '
I Genevieve, and Rev. Alvin lacker, ;
of St. Fiancios, a commit; on per-
manatit organization, to 'whieh were
also reforcd the subject', of credentials
and baisis of representation.
The committee reported each coun
ty lull- represented, and lor perma-
'"cut orga'dzatioti they nominated,
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up for son
eecnjttl als0 sls !
on.tto.ial Executive Committee, F.ng solid for J.elfe, and St. rrancois
(j.lrter, ol ; St. Francois, Villiam, and Ste. Genevieve for Hosier.
McGrain. of Washington, W. Ii. Don-1 It became apparent that no nomi-
.. .li ,.n..tr....' ,i w i: Prmrti- i
Of Sto. Genevieve; and failing to temper of tho convention, .Mr. Reifc
agree upon the basis of representation, , came forward, and in a .hort speech
that matter was reported back to the withdrew his name from the eotiven
convention. Mr. Clark declined the ! lion, stating that it was true that he
position of chairman of the conven
tion, whereupon Hon. J. Ji. Thomas,
of Jefferson was unanimously elected.
0 UUilU X X ipixlll. Ul JtUVIUH
moved the adoption by the conven-
tion of tho
basis of representation
late .Democratic State
Convention, to whieh an amendment
was offered by llcv. A. Kucker, ol the State Senate Irom tho Jd lJis
St. Francois, civini: :m ciw repre-l irict, and Messrs. Pipkiu, Dinning,
sentation of live votes to each county.
Considerable discussion of an anima
ted character followed, during whieh
Iiov. A. Kucker, of St. Francois
county, in a speech claiming tbat tl:o
countici of St. Francois and Ste.
Geneviovo were entitled to an equal .
' representation with Jefferson and
Washington, staled thai if they could
not ha vc that baiss they would with-'
draw from the convention. Mr. ,
Rucker was followed b- Capt Burks,
of Ste. Genevieve, who on behalf of
ll county made the same demand, J zicr. i urther okujiient and appro
accompanied by a liko intimation of' priate speeches wero made by Col.
withdrawal in tho event of refusal to' John O'Fallon and other gentlemen,
make tho eonccstion. Tho conven- i A voto of thanks was jnis&cd muni
tion failing to agree, up to a late 1 imously in recognition of tho services
hour, a roccss was taken until 7 1-2
o'clock P. M.
Upon re-assembling, Mr. Clark, of
Washington, on behalf of the delega
tion from that county, slated thai in
order to prevent discord, and to so-.
euro harmony and good feeling m
tho deliberation, of tho convention,
they would vote for equal baisis, al
though they denied tho correctness
or fairnass of that basis, and lirmly
protestea against, me action as
precedent. The amendement
me. 1' ) - ' -
i..i,i i rtr4
live. .leHersoncountyvotmgsolKlinIm.ts held out to caintal for prolit-,j.
rr,, , . ., , ,, .
Tho chair then announced that.
. 4! . ,
ton which lattor nomination was aec-i
ondedbyMr. Clark. The conven- "cuc-au jemi to ine piomie ion oi .r. .
, J i.i.,, , the verv be-t iron the world can Pass Me. Genevieve, np stream :
tiouthen proceeded to ballot, cachj.ow. "There are millions of acre.- of ' Monday. Grand Tower. ., p. m.
candidate receiving ten votes on each i valuable hard wood timber, i:uinc-i''tie-ila"y. Yickburir packet.
. j. t diatcly around and over these iron Wednesday. Adam' Jacobs and Belle
ItieUN. Fifty lurnace erected in the. mcniphis. p. m.
Capt. Burks subsequently nomina- iron districts would all bo able to e- j Thur.-dav. Yicksburg packet. 5, p.m.
tedGeli F A Rozicr of Sto Gen-, curt' mll,,t ti,,!l f;,uI for "'H l!1,-v ' Friday. Adam .larob. p. m.
ten u oi. r. 3.. uozici, oi cto. uen ycs,rs, and not be compelled to Use Saturitav. Citv of Chester. A. p. m.
eviove. The convention then pro- coal until the lorets were cut and smdav," Adaiii Jacobs and Yicksburg
tn i,i,lt:n V',10!,:.rf n,l ,
Jefferson voting solid for Relfe, and
St Gancviovc and St. Francois al-,
, ..,--!,,. ,, c '
leriiaw "-.. ,
Mmgu i ipum men i-n "u"'""1
'tion lion. John F. Bush, and on the
"t ballot the voto stood, Rti., 1 ,
Roll, 9, Sebastian 10. Several other
ns ana u. w . -uann, oi ?r. rrancois,
and A. r. Ueltramieotste Uenevieve,)
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were successively nut in nomination,
An adiournmcnt was then hud till I
Th,,l, .-.,..,;., m s vii- . 1
and upon re-assembheg the balloting'
, .. . . .
& committeo of conference was ap-
pointed, consisting of one mem-
,,er from eacn c0012'' for tn0
purpose of agreeing, if possible,
upon a candidate. Alter an absence
of half an hour, the committee retnrn-
ed and reported themselves unablo to
agree. Judge Dinning then read bc-
'orc the convention a report of the
proceedings afa meeting of the citi-l
zens oi L'cndletoh townsmp, in ou i
rrancois comuj. uuun
strticled Mr. Sieeth, tho delegate,
j from that township, to east his vote
ii" the convention for Hello as their
No action was taken
Mr. Clardy then withdrew tbe
name of Mr. Sebastian
time, Washington and Jeilbrson vot-
nntinn could be made in the pre.-en
had hoped for and aspired to
nomination for the State Senate, an
honor worthy of any man, and while,
owing to tho devoted and faithful
support of his friends in this conven
tion, ho was ns much justilied in con-!
tinuing the contest as an' one, yet
he esteemed the success and harmony ,
of the convention and of tho party j
far above any considerations of per-
i i i.i t
SOIKll jJIOIUOUO:, uuu uuivk ivuiu
from the contest.
Upon motion of Judge Dinning,
Gen. F. A. Hosier was then unani
mously nominated on the 217th bal-
lot as the Democratic candidate for
('lardy and Burks were appointed a
committee to notify Gen. Rozicr of
his nomination. On motion ol J udge
Dinning, John K. Harris was -appointed
as a member of tha Scnato-
rial commiueo ior me jimuci t
large. Addresses were then made by
jvariom gentlemen pre,ont,and atthe
conclusion, ex-aenaior .uoie oi jei- j
ferson county, came forward, andJjQnd fif ClSSell,
wunurow ins !!::;:ie. as an lnuepeim-
ent eandidato for the Senate, a:.d.
pledged himself to support Gen. Ro
of tho Chairman and Secretary, and,
upon motion carried, the convention
adjourned sine die.
J. L. THOMAS, CIi'ii.
E. V. Coxwav, Seel'y
.Missouri Iron JIaking.
There is no State where iron can be
.12 ..n.innit- iii.-iilr ji in Mi-o!iri. '
In Ohio it costs upon ait average, jig (j.
per ton; in Indiana, -iUl.tiU :
Tennc?ee l!),.0: in Alaiiaina, ir
ginia and some of the oilier Southern
blate.-. the co.-t fully -0: in
oliri ,ue cosl does not exceed ifi,0u ,
mere is no loeaniv ot wnien v
ki,ow. wh(.rc tllL.rc ls-lhe amc imUlee.
jable invest nicnt-, than 31is-otin
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The varieties of the
Jini.iii.il HAMi-, unit uiu imtm v nn j
amU'arboiiativ of iron, rkith tlits
consumed. Loai m Kmrlaml ?tili
and th- price 'of labor is ,
in Uitricts where coal ,
is very deep or the iron ore and coal1
separated anv considerable distance.
.poratioii- iit iron ltuikin have cea:
,eil entirely. Tlie power that ha
given to England her record a? the'
richest ami ttronsest of nations
irraduallv but Mirelv
sliping from I
her gra-p. America must become the
-eat ot manufacture and empire : -he
c;m j,ring her coal and iron together
cheaply ; and he po-cas enougii to
miim.Iv the world with iron and Meol
f,,,1; 'tivo thousand years to come. Mis-1
souri to-lay. with the lurmi
-inil ifiuuf-clorie: could mii.i.1
auu n..iuui..tu hl., touui Mippi
weMcru coutinens. Where more than
half the nu.nuractiired iron and tcel I
of the world i in demand. Do our,
e-mifilUt-; realize that iron m ikil! '
iVu Ll.;V-i.V.i t i.V.V.U,.Y
An Indian council was held
city of St. Louis on the 29th ult.. and .
u is ?am so nave neen "one 01 ine ;
mo-t in:erestinjr and important events i
it is said to have
tKnral World. j
.ball ana u inter 01 oia auu auv. j christus bum,
II A M M
MERCHANT T AiJLUJttJj
STE. GENEVIEVE, MO..
lMvo now in store a Full Assortment of READ Y-MADE CL TOHIXG,
Their Own Make, and oiler the same at .prices not exceeding Eastern
. V-.,,, t:,10 nf whifn Shirts.
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Cioll Casimercs, Testings,
! Beavers Tweeds,
"3 9 M
,. LT i O
r O C
.M-eat variety of WOOI.KXS
numerous to mention, allot v.lueli we oner iy uio iara at uio j.wm wi
Keeping only One Una of Goad, viz: For ME.X'S WE A II, ice are able
to Hell (tsJ.owas iny lUUtd House in St. I.ouii.
JJeiii" thankful for past patronage, we solicit a continuance of the same.
HAKEI & CO.
Wo Pay at all times
u r. w
s t o e: i:i
ste. Gi:xi:vn:vi:. mo.,
II:i-s jii-i. riTcivcd a new and com-
' lilete 'lock ol'
1 Fancy Candies,
V'lNt, l.lQUl'I!!.:, .'.NO
F A M I Ii Y G R O C K R I E S.
f I'l-Dducc ta!;
i in c:cc!!:iti;fe for
t .Market 1'i ice.
roods at the hi'-'hc
STi:. MAItYS, MO.
Hats A: Caps,
fjueen-ware, Hard was e,
Saddlery, and all Kind- of Far
ing Inipiiiilfnlf, and ::I?o,
Produce taken in exchange at the
highest market price. 3-mG
ot which we'.isciitijyis aim si. n.uuw rum"
t.ouis Me.niphi. Helena
ville. and Yick.-burg,
, o... .l,m-n ciiv-nn'
Pa- Me. Oenc ice. uown siu.im.
.....w rilv of Che-ter. 10. p. n.
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iiisi-'uraar. Alam Jacobs and xck
uacket. u. m.
.lullX A. SCCDDKl!, Prest.
"iy 1). Lovi:. bee v
iiFlMXCES C. PlOZIEU & SoX,
Wholesale fz Retail Dealers in
T)T - GOODS, GROCERIES,
HOOTS and SIIOES,
tttcntion'of all Cash and close
buyers is respectfully called
to the above.
oVs tld 5.mil Vrofitv is !
.iit.- ami ...nail 1 r.it- im
Collars. Neck-Ties, Linen and Silk
Handkerchiefs, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Bags, &c, &e
St. ClliirlCS ClotllS.!
grades Missouri Mills.)
forMKX and YOUTH'S WKAIJ. too!
l!:e Ili-iho.-t Cash Price lor V. i.ol.-fc3
,lei.::s F. .Ia.nis. W.m. F.Co.v.
JANIS & COX,
(At the old stanil of .Jani-J .V: Yalle.)
mm EEAPER & MOWER
ANi i)i:A.'.i:i:s ix
Dry Goods. Groceries Hoots and
Shoos. !lat and Call--, llanl
ware. (Jueeu-wrtre tc.
which tti"- oiler to
sell low for
Wm STATS MIL USE.
FarminotQa loStc. Gsnevieve.
We are now running a Daily Ha.-k J
bft '.vei n Karmlifgtoii and Ste. (sue-J
vievc Our hacks are all new. havim 1
l.een.iniill eprely fori lie hiwinc :
pa-si'inrcrs c::a iiepenu ui i.eingiran
porleil comfortably and ipiickij . with
good pn.teclion aa'.'iin-t ruin and .-11:1.
'Jur hor.-ca will alv. avs ! Jir.-t-cbis.-.
Kash'i:i:& r.. mi.
Dc I.kssi:s ai:l S'iirmi:tJ:i:i.
I will al-o continue to run my had:
between le l.a n- ami Farmingtou
makiiur clo- connection with all pa--M.-nger
trains, l'aie a low ami time
a-ijtiieV a by a.i otlicr route. I iy
clo-if atti'iiti'in fo Ini-ine-;.- 1 hope to
merit a liberal i-Iiare of public pat-rona-'e.
-JOS. K. KASUKU.
Giimbriiius Hall, j
Corner Third ami JIarket Sis.,
(Ojipo-ilethc Court House.)
The very be-t ipi-ilities ol" Wines.
Heers, Liouors and Cigars, always on
mil I. !:!i-ni!i" cnniiiiunity and the
public generally, will bear in mind
that the - COXE' .1III.I.S ' alv.a
pay the illt.iii-.M marKcr rnici: 101
Wll i-'.AT atidin C'itsil Only.
The U ell-known, choice brands ot
Familv Flour "Cone' and .!-.
n.wl other "rariV kellt coll-talltlv on
band for sale, and at the lowest pos-
Lot.- of 100 lb and upward deli
ered i-mu: or ckaiku:.
Ste.Genevievc -Mo. .Iune7-lv.
SherltTs Sale in Parlltion.
AaJrcw JUckleynnd Rebecca 1
jlackley, hu wife, plaintiffs Civil action
Cynthia imd John Hoof, and Partition
"i)iccy Hoof, born iiack'cr, I
his wifo, the descenditnts of J- of
Harvey Ijimbcrt. ilccasecl,
whose names are unknown
to the pliiii.tifl". and the dc- 1
fcer.il.nits of 2ancy AcorJ,
born JlackU'jr, deca., whose
nnmes are anknown to the I
pliiintill, deteuJant:. j
'i .Iprrop and
order of sale made bv the circuit court of
Ste. Gfnevievo couUy, in the abive enti-
tied cause, and a certified copy thereof
dated Jlav 7th, 1S72, 1 will on
Wednesdaj, ,lhe Cth 9vm
At the court house door, in the city of fstc.
Genevieve. Mo., durini; the session of the
circuit court, between the hours of nine
ocloclc in the forenoon and live .clock in
BY virtue and authority or
the afternoon of that dav, SKLL to the
hifihest bidder, nt public auction or outcry,
. ' . , ' r-- '
the lollowujg described real esUte men -
th ned and described in said certified copy
of the order of sale, viz : The south half of
the south cast quarter of section numbered
thirty-rive, in township thirty-seven, and
lot numlred two of tho north east quarter
(being the north ea.-t quarter) ot section
numbered two in tounship thirty-six. of
range ix eait. situated in toe county of Ste.
Genevieve and State of Missouri.
TERMS OF SALE. Ten per cent of
tse purchase monev to l navl casn m nana
' nrA ht rst'luft iri ttvilvp months, the
chaser giving bond with approved security,
KOBERT G MADISON,
10-3 bhcr.iS'.c G-rr.eicve C?.
MAIN STKUET, STC. OEJCEVIKVE.StO.,
Manufacturer ami Dealer in
'BOOTS and SIIOES.
MCSILI Of MI 0WJS MAKE.
A Complete and Scalable
Stuck always on hand
; ? j? P f J i '1
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M.vt.v Sr., Stk. G!:xi:vii:vk, Mo.,
Dry Ms, Wm, & Gwies,
Tliimble SUcius, lVason Boxej
Hoots Shoes, Hats, Caps. &c.
Hif.vSng always for Cash I am able
to s-eii i'.-t low as the lowest.
1 o avoid a smash, we
iell for Csli.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
For Family Use : Also
3:OOTS axi SHOES,
Of the hr-st dualities.
And at Lowest Kates,
! foil CASH OXL.
(rr I'roduci; taken at highest rates.
Ste. Genevieve, Mo. 1-y
Wt virtue and authority of ccrUin C.rl
facia? issued from the office of the clerk of
the circuit court ;ff Ste. Opnevicve ounty,
State of Misuri," retunmblit to the Noeif
hpr b rm 1872, of laid tirciht court, and to
tne directed, in favor oi ISi-orgitiiia Hume,
plaintiff, against Charlei V. iaiizr, de
loi.dant. ceinmasdin; S10 that of the liiort-
. w...wl ,.r.,rvcrt, it. till- ttPtitiil
' cause to be nfadtt tho UamHgfS and costJ, I
1 have levied uj oa and siezi-d all- the rtfiht.
' title, interest and claim of the faid CIArtrs
;ictitHin mcnlionwj, x
V. Darner, of in and to the following ui
fTil.,l mnrtir'ii'ml nrotATtv. viz: All that
certnin piece or parcel of landt situated in
the county of Sto. Genevieve, in tne i.atc
of Missouri, to-wit : The cast fractional
!i1f if fr.o unrtti wrpst ouartcr. and the easl
half of the south trfet quarter of cU1?
number fifteen (15), and the nortn eaw
I ouarter of the north west quarter of section
number twentv-two (22), in township num-
p;,. and forty-one hundreths acres
m2ro 0r leu, and I will on
r . r ftT..1gJ2.
'WedMStUj, tte tt W " BOT.lo,
Betwcen tje hours of nine o'clock in tno
,i o'clock in the afternoon
lorenoon ana live w ;- ,1,,,
1 of that day at the court house door ini?
c-lty .j Junty of t. GeneTiere, MUr
S0Jrj anij said court is in 'f'
5e to saje at pUD!ic auction and fctiA
he highest bidder aiL or rBUC.of. "Tj
above tlicribed real estate for cash m oanu
'.ni suBcient to iatisff auefcap401
fieri facilo' Tcnv
, ROBERT G- MADI0.
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