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From: Linda Reichert <>
Subject: JEFFERSON DEMOCRAT May 22, 1890 Part 7 (last) volunteer transcription
Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 08:13:39 -0600
transcribed by Linda in MO
Jefferson Democrat, Jefferson County, Missouri
Thursday, May 22, 1890 (part 7) last
One hundred dollars were appropriated out of estate of ???? BURGESS,
????, for board and clothing.
Public administrator was ordered to take charge of estate of Andrew
Also were appointed out of estate of T. C. FLETCHER, ???? ???? out of
estate of Wm. F. and ???/ ??? out of estate of Mary C. and Anna L., for
board and clothing.
Guardian of Louisa ????? ordered to repair porch to said ????;s home.
John WENOM was appointed administrator of estate of William BERGWALD,
$100 appropriated ??? estate of James DAILEY, in addition to grain and
meat on hand, for year’s provisions for widow and family.
On application of Charles GILLMAN the name of Julius Frederick RANKE?
was changed to GILLMAN.
$100 appropriated out of the estate of Elias BURGESS, deceased, for
year’s support of Stella BURGESS, minor.
$100 appropriated out estate of Wm. RICHTER, deceased for year’s
provisions for widow.
Estate of Garland WHITWORTH, deceased, report of sale of real estate.
Estate of Cynthia W??????, deceased; report of sale of real estate
Demands were allowed against estates as follows:
To Whom.............Estate .............Amt
Wm ROFUS? Louis BUGGE? $45.??
Wm DEARING Louis BUGGE?
E. KEMPE Herman STEIN
Chris HERCHER Herman STEIN
A GIMPLE? Herman STEIN
G. W. JONES Herman STEIN
M. ? HARRISON John M. WILSON
W. H. POWERS John M. WILSON
G. ? WILSON John M. WILSON
James WHITSETT John P. LOLLAR
G. SIEVERS John M. WATSON
Andreas WEBER Albert WEBER
Chas. BELSARTH? Margaret SLATTERY
W. H. FARRAR Margaret SLATTERY
L. MITCHELL Thos I. WILLIAMS
E???A ZWEIGERT Louis BUGGE?
A. I. F???? Edward McHUGH
John O’MALLEY Edward McHUGH
Patrick FLYNN Edward McHUGH
Administrator of estate of Catherine FRECH was ordered to distribute
$200 to each of the heirs.
At Net Cost:
All goods in my store will be sold at net cost, on account of change in
business. HAMEL, De Soto, Mo.
Deaths and Births
The following is a list of the deaths filed with the county Clerk in
the past week:
Date Name Age
April 7, Julean MENERD?, 41? years
April 27, William BORGWALD, 56? years
Date Name of Mother Sex
April ?, Mrs. Bernard C??????, girl
May ?, Mrs. Henry ?????R, girl
May 7?, Mrs. J??? ????, boy
The Jefferson Nursery
Located near Kimmswick, Jefferson County, Missouri
A fine and good assortment of Fruit Trees Apple, Peach, Pear, Cherry,
Plum, Quince, and Berries of every kind, at prices - low - to ????
????. Myself or agent will call on you for your orders. H. ?????, Prop.
High School Notes
Visitors: Messrs. F???, S??? ?? and COLE, Rush Tower.
Miss BRUCE has returned to her home at Festus.
It is probable? that Prof. DOUGHERTY will hold no examination in ??????
early in June. This was ?????????? after? ??? of our ?indings?
If one young boy here would ???? some? time ???? and applying? the
principles of estimation? [can’t read the rest]
[questions 1-5, hard ot read]
[AD] Look Here! go to E. Donalson’s Best? Jewelry Store.
[AD] Consumption Cured
[AD] The Gust. Hamel Mfg. Co.
[AD] The Antonia Social-Club will give a Fine Picnic in the grove near
Antonia, on Thursday, May 28th.
[AD] Atlas Engine Works, Indianapolis, Ind.
[AD] Farmer’s and Laborers’ Union of De Soto
[AD] Albert B. HAMEL, Physician and Surgeon, De Soto
[AD] Bryan’s Saloon, Hillsboro
[AD] Mark C. JENNINGS, Insurance Agent and Justice of the Peace.
[AD] DORRANCE Portrait Studio, De Soto
[AD] Commercial Exchange, Max FROMHOLD
[AD] Mockbee House (Clarks Hotel), Hillsboro
[AD] Southeaster Sample-Room F. A. KAIN, Prop., St. Louis
[AD] Mrs. PRIMM, Leading Milliner, De Soto
[AD] Miller Bros., Steel Pens
[AD] Chas Edw. TURNER’S Telegraph Academy, St. Louis
[AD] The Jefferson Hotel, Fred WAPPLER
[AD] The Missouri Railroad and Telegraph, G. S. PARKER, St. Louis
[AD] 14-Mile House, Lemay, Aug. KASSEB----
[AD] DR. DROMGOOLE’S English Female Bitters
[AD] E. VOLLM---, Hillsboro, Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing
[AD] Ed. L. HUNTLEY & CO., Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers for Men,
Boys and Children, Chicago, Ill.
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