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CO wsrmmafa .- - Vi' have ju.-t pun-l.a ed a i job pre-, and a line a--oitmont colored in!:-, bron.i-, card rinoi- ."-, paticr. a'-id i n fact everything:' lie" --ary for doin;' iir-t clas- jo! - . - - - We iu!J:is-h 1000 Envelopes o -ood nnalitv. with card printed on I hem fnrS'VV. Guardian's Sn!c I!V irtue of an order of th County Court of .It ifersou o;iiity, State of ilissou 'i, m:.de i.t the May term, 1ST-', f taid c 'irt, 1 wii!, in obedience to said order, on Tnesdtvj,ihe ilstdmj vf,hniMrj,lS7-i, at the fro'i'.diior of the court IhIiC, in the c itv of Sti Ceneieve, in the eoanty of to (o'nevieve. State if 31isoiiri. and dur i'lsj the Vision t the enmity court of S'lid . I" of Sl" Genevii e; se to imblie s:.i- a::d ."!! al p'iblie aiirtion or "out tv" t. tl. l:ij;!.ot bi i-!or, ali the lilit, in tin st aiid "'Stall! of Thomas J 15. Horine, a minor, b( mt; "tiieundivi b.d oiie-tlurd part .'.-iibi. ft to the v.-ubnv s .lo'VC') the widow's do-vc) of the f ji L.wir land-, fit'i.l'.e. Ivins and being ill the county of Ste. Uiaovieve, r:tato of jlisjoi:-; ri, to vit: I Two bus of land, marked "A" ind "U," as marked ill' and described ill a deed of lMrtiti 'M. and aji'at tilen'to attached, made j belnei n Felix alb- and Odile bis wife, of the one part, and Thomas .M. Horine ami' iilir.abf tb M hii wife, of the otb-r '.Hit, on th" o'h lay dy of July, lt;, and reeord.il .'a the Kecoiiier's otiiee of Me. (leiieieve eountv, afore-'atd, in lieolc "I pages !, Ait, 1 ! .in.l !", which lot aie separated from a larger trait in f.iid deed ilr-criU-d in being "n the I'iver Aux V.Sses, and bounded on the southern side by said rhcr.on tbeeatern .-ido in p:iri by a branch of said rixcr. nr.d n the west and north by public land. The said lot "A" as lailot' and described by said deed 1 ! ..!.. il...-..,,. ..t,.i.. l.r.t f.....t.i:j i,... ?,n.lre.I ,! twentv-fi.ur ..ere and f.irU- s-even imnureillns oi an acre, ana lot "I contaios by said d.ad and plat, tv.o hundred and ixtv !:ve acr-s and twentv-six bun-1 dredths of an acre. hundredlhi of an aer.-, and lot "IJ TEi.'MS OF SALE One third of the purehao nmney in cash, .me lhii.1 thereof in six iiiiui'.hi and the residue remainder thereof in one year front tl:e date of the sale: the deferred payments to be secured by note if the purchaser orpurchasers, with iopioved set urit v th -reon. L'. 31. "IIOIUNE, (.u.-iruiau of the person and estate of Thomas J. B. Horine. I'ovemcer 2S. lTJ, 'i-t Guardian: Sale. ; ov- - i r i i .1 . lU virtue of an order of the County Court of dellersoii eountv, State of 3Iiss.ui ri. made at the .Mav tinn, 72, "'f said cuirt, 1 will, in obe lienee to said order, on j Tuesday, the 2 1st day of JiiinianijIST'S. j at the front donr of the Court House in the Court House in the I ,-. in the county of' f Missouri, and dur- ! sity of Ste. (lenouevr Ste. (lenevieve, Late of ing the session of ttie o-untv court of 'aid county of Ste. Oenevbivo, expose to pub':e sale and stll at public auction or "out cry" to the highest bidder, rdl the right, title, in terest ami estate of .-.ue 51. Kiley, a person of unsound mind, hem;; the undivided one- third part (subject to the doAer interest of 11 M iloriaojiu the following land, in cte. C eaevim o county, Slate ot Misrouri, to wit . Two lots of 1 ind, marked "A" and "15." us marked otf and described in a dee.l of; partition nn.I a plat there o att-.cheJ. mad.- between Felix all" and Odile, his wife, of I the one part, and Thomas 51. Horine and &ruafju:y!r in i county aforesaid, in book "F," pages -li to, 4 1 and do, w hieh lots are sepanitetl from a larger tract, descrile-d in said tlcotl ns being Oil .111? .11.1 HO.X . MS.-S, illl'l IHIUIKtlU Vll soutliern side bv said liver, on tho eastern , i... t: a.... -.....- .....ii 1...1 ..n side in part by a branch of said river, and on the west and north by public land The said lot- "A " a laid otf ami described bv said ' COVSTrfimo: 1 nir::si)AY - - met.', o, v-?-. deed and the plat thereto attached contains ; " "as as large if not the larget circula two hundred and twenty four acres and f. r- , tiou of any paper-in S.auh-wet ty seven hundretltln of an acre, and lot "IJ" .Miouri. cvntaii', bv said deed and plat, two hundred Jajtl.iO ;i "Yosil ill V!tll"'. I and sixlv-fite acres and twenty-six ban-, J dre.lt!. of .an acre. For rates of ::dvrtisiiir. &c, a.'.dr3 the ! TEKMS OF SALE. One third of the dltor, Ckoue I!. Tki:i.' Lebanon. Mo. ! purcha-e moniy in cash, one third thereof - in six months, and the remainder thereof in 0 t J- JJ J' " (" J Hp () A" . one ear from the data of sale: the purchaser , ' " " I or pureliaers, to give notes atnt approveJ j btcuritv for drfernd pax moots. I it. V. .McMULL'IN, Guardian ' ol ue -u. Itili-y. a per-on of unsound mind. Novembers. 1S7J. 10-4 Order f l'nbltraUon. STATE OF MISSOURI, 1 County of Ste GVnevioxe, " In the County Court, for tho County of Ste. fieneueve and State of Missuuii, Oct ober term, ISTi. Augustino Menard 1 Order Adminiuratrix of the estate of of Loui- C. Jlenard, deceased. J Publication , Augustine Jlenard, ndmini-tritrix of the , estate of Louis C. Menard, deceased, pre sent to the court her petition, prajing for an order for the sale of so much of the Ke-d Estate of said deceased as will piy and satisfy the remaining debts due by said estate, and yet unpaid for want of sutieient a-sets. acooniparicil by the. accounts, list. and inviT.torijs required by lav,- in such ' case, on examination whereof it is ordered 1 that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased be notified that application a aforesaid lia been made, and that utiles the contrary be shown on or before the ant dav of the next term f ihi Court, to beheld on the Tmrd ilonday of January next, an order will be made for the sale of the whole. ' or sj tu'ich of the Real E:ile of .-aid deceas- cd as will be sialicieiit for the payment cf said debts: audit is further ordered that this notice be published in some newspaper in this Mate, for four ueeks, before the next term of this Court. l.ill.or J1I.-CUI l.l, I County of H. Ul'tlfl It'll1. J LdohnL. B.v. Clerk of the Count v Court in and f r said county, hereby certify that the above i a true cop'y of the original Order of Publication therein referred to, as the same apears of record in my office. Witness tny hand as Clerk, and the T . teal of our said Court. Done at bt. ofiico in bte. Genevieve, in said county, thi'l'oth div of November, i. 1. 172. " JOHN L. ROGY, Clerk. 'tv I" i:i'ovov. D..pu:v ( Tie Oilman's Kural World. J Thi nomilar m.Ticultural journHl i aeon- ' . ' ' t, .....ltlv itant visitor to our sanctum. U i many printed, nb'y conducted, and ought to be 'paromzd by i t. ry farmer. It has a h.rg,. '. corps of able correspondent, who give aldi ' tion.il value to the paper. It i published j weekly by Norman J. Colrn.in, St. Louis. ! 5In , at 52 per annum : or will be -ent the bnlence f this year for fifty Cents. Try it. Loiter and Note Heads printed at this ollico. . - Burial notices print ited at this ofliee, cheap. . ... ito are now iireiiareit oun . IT pri.sos, typo and material, fur Iiinir an- ami all kinddof work. e pro- . pose to do the nest wotlc done in 1 Southeast Mi -Dtlfl, md at the most reasotiaide ligure. Wc have just pttrcliased a new job pre.-.-, and new type for card", billdieads, einelopt, letter-heads, fce. Give its a trial. THE "CHRISTAIN GHACES." . new S5 iiij.isiri- sf -siriJ-isj AWAY to fttcls Ssili.-trslJOS' to AKTIlf irS homi: MAiaZINK Tor 1ST.:! .5 .Ve; izinf. fiu- cultiir.il flwia .1 .!".'(- ziuc alti'itys tu tj tfif SCCt'Zl l-l'O'J .., (' 'itfttitri't'i itn,"titiif spirit "f fie Times. .1 Manitzine rl,ic!i the ItUrrr li'era- titre o f the perioit K made the vehicle oj pure mid :blc snitiKieii!. t "THE C II KIKTAIX KAl'MS." FA J T II, now-:, on A HI T Y "And nowai'id.-thFaith.Hopo.ai.d Ch these thre.', but the greatest of these is Charitv." irilv; SjV.rJO isi viilut li !r.n. ! In addition to all of the abov. lira pub It is a long time since anything has ap-; Ushers ;;ive to every yearly subscriber & peared in Christum art so loe!y ai d so ex- beautilul oil ehrumo, "Tun Losr I5.l;r,'' quisite in design and execution as thi- large fuu ,ujr.h S5 00 -aU flir si--0. Wo III:. Ctlgaui line :u:u -ii.re: sie'-i eoi;raiiit. TiiK Ciir.isT.M.v .it.iiT., size 'J! Iiyl'i mem s. 1 t.e grouping oi me i.:ir.'s l graceful beyond conception. :inil t:n' face of such rare and j eavenly beauty, that it -eem- wii the arti.-t must liau- en inem in in a viion. Km rv stibi riber to"Ait- , - ; l? s !m.Iti:atki. IIoM.: d ao v.im Ut receive a eop.v .. this .-p.end,.! I , pieture V.v. Price, o! Home -V'gr.-.o.e, : vtar. fcpteimin lopv ol ji:; la cents LOCAL AtJKNTS AVAXTK1") evry-ulit-re to get subscribers for our 1 eautiful .Mas'cine. so well known for the la t tweety ve.irs. and so greiit a faorite with t'le Jee pie. Intelligent men and Vvt-mcii t-iu nial.i' 'arge caimmissions. Sentl for agent'. lonii denlial cireu'ar. You enn hanlly -hnu "The (hrit'uin Orneix," to any ie::.n cf tiste and line rei'gious feeling, uiihou g't- ! ting a subscriber No di appoin'.nient .boii! .lelnery ol pictures, a? we lutvo made arjple f arraiuieire'iit for their rapid production. ; " ' ' .,,,1, Mi;'rf.'l ;. .. . .T-,X . .T'-i , , , - i ' C "1,'ut fctri'c'" P!'dadc!p'iia. 1 a. ; 'X IZ AS . i i tt : bOULiieaSl J V C 1)01' tC 1', J ULOOM FIELD, !C , .TONES, I'nMwlier, S2 00 a Y'ear in Advance. o. c Th. : Ofiieial patu-r of M d !-:rd (Vnuty, witli a I.argo Circulation, and '.d-.ir-tising facilities unurp i-ed in Southeast Missouri. uinss (.,.n1mui(,;1,:o. t tx c ! lnNK. r(Il)(mit'ltKli fiXuiti (, l iI.ur "il lim " " ' LACLEDE COUNTY LEADER, i I'Lt.liviieii ix Tim I ri:nvsT or i . - a . OOULll" W CSC xMlisSOUl'l. 1 XEW ERA. WASH. Hl'IiHES, Eiliipr ant! Priiprlrlor, CLAKEXlE LEE I'ublisbcr. Sl.eO a Y'car, To cents 5 Month. Tho NEW ERA i the only Democratic pa per published in St. Francois coun ty; is wholly printed at home, witli an en tire new outfit. Has n jrew steadily increminy circi '.alien. Addro all communications to the edi tor. Farmington. 5Io. Jt-15 The Jefferson County i'mi.iiii:i at DESOTO, MISSOURI, kmtoks and raopuiETos The Republican is a live journal, Repab- licnn in politics, and is a good advertising medium. Rates reasonibio. Addres REPUiSLICAN, Desoto, Mo. ' T. M0 RICE, llF-AI.KH IV DRY GOODS, GKOCEUIES, AC Has removed to RIVEP. A!.V VASES CIHRCil, bte. (ieuetieve Co.. Mo. iST Mr. Morice has just returned from St. Louis with a large anl we'll a-orted lock ot new goods, which new-gooits, winch he otters at prices to suit the times. Thankful for past patronege, soliitj a continuance of the same, Prod'ue? tahen in exchange for go vls at " - ' '"H- i"'- olKj-,( (,-;., i ,1'. All Our licatkrs Shuald Take It. j One of the mst useful s well as the most hindomo wo. Uv papers that enmos to our j .1 i.L..t.,v .r.T.trl -niicttitii i tin- Amk-ocas Land .xr Law Ai.vwia. miblished :it Fittsburirb. Pa., by Messrs. Croft & Phillip'- It U a rAl'ER FOR Tin: masse.-, and should be taken by frcry businc. man, mechanic, land owner, or those- about to build, or purchase any bind of property. It give you all your Legvl AJeice Free, oi:igi.val designs for ceiages tiu-'-Uliiy l.onsei, mbitrbnn and country rest' ..Vmc-s and a vat fund fit jtractical informs.' Hon such as is foui.din no other paper in the world. "We find the following law ques tions submitted to the paper bt 'iibserbers :in-v.eredi.y, iNrcLLlCKNTLV, and eery xni.f.iei,ritu in :trccnt issue. This feu- ture ii alone worth to nery subscriber te ri.-sr's the subscription price: Can a husbaial, who may be a justice, tike the aelii.onVdcmentofbiiwifel (H. T.) W hi-re A give to I!., hi- Jon. n farm for his natural lift-, and at liir. death to o to hi- he n. fce , what elaim bus It's widow on the tarM after It's death! (A Subrtriber.) Where on farmer agree i to cut with a n.aeiiine a Held for another, and was prevented from finishirig the i.irne for a whole wee'; b reason of eontinious heavy rain-, in consequence of which the wbolo field wc lost: how far is horei-pdtiMblefor'iielo.-.- (J. F. C.) In Ohio, when has county Auditor the right to demand from delinquent tax piyt-rs (by reason ot elniming that the tax i- levie.l.m bo'ia file debt) the names of creditors. ".Vel A Sub.-eri- Can a surety on a bond, which turns out to hold him to dinercrent obligations front v.diat lie understood and intend ed at time of signing; avoid the bend ! f I ot land. Where a woman, being engaged to b-J married, obtained a ib-ed fiom her be trothed, ba-.'d on the marriage con trait, and then refu-es to marry him: what re Ires has the man ! Inquiry What n dress has a latin r againl ihe keeper of a "public den" for the ruin of hi two sons? Id. K. would advise all our readers to subscribe for tne.iuvi.-o.:, is they will iiud it tha most profitable newspaper investment they ever made, i-ciid two t;unps for 'ample copy. The publishers are establishing jiernntiient subfr:ption agencies in all parts of the country, and they want a good, life agent to eslabli-h and lake charge of agencies in those places where there aro none. Address them r. ab, e for particular-. i. Copies of the Amcuicak Lan? a:.d Lav." Ai-vi-or. can be seen at the cilice of tLe FAIi: I'LVYiiud, by our arrange ment with its publishers, we cm furnish it autitho FAilt PLAY lor S3 JO per ear, with the above ohromo to every yearly ub-scril-er. I Tit 1-1 vSoutli-Eust Cbampion i Oil IX Cil :ii'!.':iu. rFo. fi-Mo Bssralic Jonrual, 1 T. F. WilEELEH. Emton. o::e dollar ash kitv ci'.xts rcti teaf, :v Aiv.Ncr. All m32 OF JOB WORK COSE. Ti l Lrj r STE. GENEVIEVE, MO., IS AUVAKCK. t; J'lio Oulv Paper PuWMied in Sto. Gi'iieviove Count), with a Large am! I'.ipidiy IiuTca-iug'Circu-latioti. and one of the Ie-t Ad vert i -ing Medium in South Ka-t Mi:ouri. (Vrrispnndenirj with AdvertiiTJ solic ited. AdJresj all conir.iutiieali.'n? to S HENRY SM1TIL rr 1 1 1: Cimrloslon Clipper, CHARLESTON. .MO., A. A tit ens. 2:liforv FLEMING & CO. rr.otT.mroRS. ricuia; ssx rut vicau. Puhlislic 1 in one of the richest of "Swnnip ' Counties." :o. ' at th" crossing of two Rail-1 . roads. One o." the rapidly improving towns ,- in Sotithe!it Missouri. ' ' Correspondence with Advertisers solic 1 ited. and rates low enough loi:ii the times. Address all communication to ' W. A. AURF.XS. Publisher, t THE BEE, FREDEBICKTOWN, M0.,! ' E. I. tAKl THEKS, Piib-r 1- Pro'r. The Only Paper in Madison County, and thk Paper of .Southeast , Missouri. ' Agent- Wtttited at every Post Office. tS Correspondence Solicited. Foil svtk. :KERX'S HOTEL!" ' The property known "Kern's Hotel," . including Ic House. Stalde and Lots situ ated in the Citv of Ste. Genevieve. Mo.. i offered for ali I) v the ownr. Inquire of JANIS & COX. Sic. Gonevteve, Mo. 21 Come to US worlv with vour J Oi) THE FAIR PLAY raw IS TIIK PLACE BOOK AP JOB OUU OFFICK IS NOW SUCfl JJU iUA. POSTERS AND Carde, Bill Heads, Litter Heads, Xatclleads, JiiUs Lading and Hall Ticlt AT LOW RATES FOR CASH. Subscribe lor the AS INDSPENrENT Feafe i Mie of the RisM-M I-J. RMS-ONE DOLLAR AND TO GET YOUE PRINTING DONE. PREPARED TO EXECUTE AS PROGRAMMES. FAIR PLAY, LOCAL PAPEB', In tfce Prosesntiou of ImiA FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR. I It. F. i till OlRD Druggist & Chemist,. .STE GEXE1ETl'E, MO. Denier in 12 V G JU'dirines. T.-v-its and Oil, Fatiey and Toilet Article;!, Xot iotw. I'erfumerie, Jrpoiijtes, Fitie Soaps. l!ooks atuV Stationary, Coal Oil, and Lamps, Field and Garden Seeds, Pure Wines and Liquor? for Med ical Use, Dye Woods, and Lyei5tuJ Generally. I .VPhyriciauV Prescription-, care fully compounded. .v T0B ofevei:v ni:ci:iPTiox, even as Card-. Lnvi'itipe-, ' Letter Head. Note Heads. Hill Head.. ! Bills Lading. Programme. ; Posters. J Pamphlets, I Hooks, ' rfitNisiici) tooi:im:i:. E'iitttcdiu (lie llfstStj-Ie"". on Short XotU'c, '.'lul at as rea-onattlej rate. as any I'rintitifr ollieein the Vei-t. TIC Y I S. " ! Tabic or Weights. i The following is a table of the latr j ful wiigls of thi- Stato. As it is of ficial, it is valuable lor future refer , en co. Pounds to tho ISushc11 t Apple?, dried 'J Haiiey 4S Uean? li I Hran '() ! Uuckwheat 52 I like gr:;s seed 14 ; Hroom corn f-eed :!0 CaM or iioans .4U ' Clover seed (0 ,'orn on tito cob TO , Corn slmllod :",6 orn meal 50 Coal SO Flax seed fill Hungarian grass seed -15 ! Hemp .-eed . Linio 0 j .Millet seed Ait 'Oats j Onions lO.-ao Orange Seed , ' Potatoes, sweet I Potatoes, Irish ' lV'ich"-, dried , ...; .'..32 ....50 ...CO ; '-ye 5t; i-it 50 .stone coal jjq ! Lard (H gallons equal 1 bu-hel;..fjl Sorghum -ecd ,0 Timolhy 45 ' Wheat CO ;! Ste. Genevieve .Hails. Faiimix-on, Iho.v Mou.ntain a.niSt. Loris. i Arrives daily at - 1-2 P. 31. Jc- i parts daily at G A. M. I Ql AKItYTOW.V, Stk. Maky's .si Per. Departs Tuesday, Thursday, and I Saturday, at G A. M. Arrives Mon- jtlay, Wednesday and Friday, at G 1 1'. M. Pir.vjAUB and De Soto. Departs Thursday at G A. 31. Arrives Wednesday at G P. 31. GitAxrvii i.e, arrives and denarts i Inc.sday and Friday, j Upper River -Mail, arrives Tuesday .and Saturday morning. Departs j Wednesday. I JLowcr River Mail arrives Wednes j day and Saturday. Departs 3Iouday ; and Friday night. j Executor's Notice. , Notice i hereby given that Letters Tes ; t.imentary upon ttie estate of Henry Janis, deceased, late of Ste. Genevieve County, stat"' of Misotiri, have been granted to toe , undersigned Jules F. Janis, by the clerk i of the county court of the eountv of Ste. Genevieve State of Missouri bearing date the I Ith day cf September 1872. All prr- sons having clainca against said estate are required to exhibit them tome for allow ence, ' within one year after the date of aid Let jters, or they may be precluded from any J benefit of such estate: and if such claims be 1 not exhibited within two years from the time cf the publication of thu notice they will bo isreicr oarreu. I September 2ft. 1872. T-4 JULES F. JANIS, Executor. V.. BISCII, Oiler for sale at low price, for ?n. oxi.v. Drv (!ood-. Groceries, Ready Made Clothing. Hoot. Shoe., Hardware. Confectionary, Queens ware. &c Give him a call. Merchant St., Ste. Gcnevieve,Mo. juiu i-r , Come to this Office, for Job Printing of fn erv rliscription, II