Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 16 Aug 1884 DIED KIEFER — On Sunday, August 10, of cholera morbus, Theresa KIEFER, daughter of Philip KIEFER, at the age of 42 years. A FATAL ACCIDENT Mr. Jesse MCFARLAND, of New Tennessee, was watering his horses in the yard one day last week, the animals having their harnesses on at the time.  One of the horses standing back, seemingly reluctant to come up to the trough, Mr. MCFARLAND kicked it. The animal freed itself with a sudden leap and dashed off at a fearful rate, while its unhappy master, whose foot had caught in the lines,Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 16 Aug 1884 PROBATE COURT DOCKET The following is the docket for the settlement of cases in the Probate Court of Ste. Genevieve Co., Mo., at the September term, commencing Monday, September 8th, 1884. Settlements required to be made on the first day of the term. NAMES OF NAMES OF ADM’S & EX’S ESTATES Matilda BEARD E. L. BEARD Wm. CAMBRON Julia CAMBRON Mary A. COZENS James COZENS C.C. ROZIER Jules CALLIOTT C.S. HERTICH Isreal DODGE Matthew DUM James DUM S.O. CONWAY J.J. EDWARDS Chasw. H. BIEL Emile GREIN C.C. ROZIER Uel JACKSON C.C. ROZIER Lorenz KLUMP C.C.Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 16 Aug 1884 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given to all creditors and others interested in the estate of Jules CALLIOTT, that I, Charles C. ROZIER, administrator of said estate, intend to make final settlement thereof at the September term of Probate court of Ste. Genevieve county to be held at the court house, in the city of Ste. Genevieve, county of Ste. Genevieve, Mo., on the 8th day of September, 1884. Charles C. ROZIER, Admisistrator NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given to all creditors and others interested in the estate of Marquat HESS,Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 16 Aug 1884 GUARDIANS’ AND CURATORS’ DOCKET Settlements required to be made on the first day of the term. NAMES OF NAMES OF GUARDIANS WARDS Jos. M. EADS Austin LAWRENCE C.C. ROZIER Emma AILLEN J.B. GUIGNON Robert BISCH Wm. CAMBRON Thos. M. CAMBRON Wm. CAMBRON Delia A. CAMBRON Wm. CAMBRON Rose A. CAMBRON Wm. CAMBRON Benjamin CAMBRON Wm. CAMBRON Samuel R. CAMBRON Wm. CAMBRON Lewis D. CAMBRON Michael DAVID Josephine DAVID C.C. ROZIER Harriett S. HULL C.C. ROZIER Chas, Albert HULL C.C. ROZIER James. Hy. HULL Lonvina THURMAN Martha P. JANIS NARCIS LASSOURCE Lonvina JANIS Louis LAROSE NancyRead More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 16 Aug 1884 The following is a list of the Grand and Petit Jurors, and Judges of election, appointed by the county court at its regular August session: GRAND JURORS Alva CULVER – Frk. LAGRAVE – E.P. BOYER – Jacob BASLER – Chas. SUCHER – Chas. CARRON – Samuel RICKARD – Hy. J. MILLER – Harvey BERRY – Noah COZENS – Jas. BROWN, Jr. – Phil. KARST. PETIT JURORS Serafin DONZE – James BYINGTON – Louis ZIEGLER – Amos YEAGER – Hy. HOHMAN – Wm. MCCLINTOCK – J. GRIESHABER – J.S. BEARD – John VIOX – Lawrence PANDERRead More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 16 Aug 1884 PERSONAL MENTION Mr. E.A. ROZIER, of St. Louis, came down on a visit Thursday night. Miss Mary KUNTZ, of St. Louis, is visiting the family of Mr. C. BANM. Mrs. R.G. CAMPBELL, of St. Louis, is here visiting her mother, Mrs. MENARD. Miss Katie VALLE, of St. Louis, is visiting Misses Lucy and Constance ROZIER. Miss Josephine DUPONT of St. Louis is spending a few weeks in town, the guest of Mrs. E. KERN. Mr. A.C. HERTICH went to Perry Co., last Monday evening on business. He returned Wednesday. Miss louise SHAW, of St. Louis,Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 16 Aug 1884 I have just made arrangements with two of the largest clothing houses in Chicago and St. Louis whereby I will be enabled to carry the largest and best assortment of clothing and to sell them for less money than any other house in Ste. Genevieve Co. Yours etc., M.W. HOFFMAN St. Mary, Mo. Bob LONG is certainly an unlucky wight. Sunday night he wanted to jump off the Little Gem to look for fuel, but missed it and only the circumstance that Joseph FITZKAM didn’t cut his hair too short, saved his life. On MondayRead More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald St. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 16 Aug 1884 1000 lbs. of good lard at 8cts. per lb., at ROZIER & JOKERST. Geo. SEXAUER has received and put up his new pool table and his billiard table has also received a new coat, and they look lovely. A.L. LUNSFORD has insured $146,000 worth of property in this county since March last. The colored club organized at WEHNER’s farden last Saturday, goes by the name of “BLAINE and LOGAN reliables.” They number twenty-one. Mr. Thomas BRYAN, who comes before the people to-day as a candidate of assessor needs no eulogy from us. There can beRead More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald St. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 16 Aug 1884 HOTEL ARRIVALS For Week Ending Aug. 15. MEYER’S HOTEL Frank NICHOLSON – L. PLUMER – E.T. SCHMIDT – E.C. RUSSELL – Geo. SEARCH – Sam PERRY – J.C. LAAS – L.C. JUDAH – W.G. DRESCHER – G. KUNKEL – G.H. FULLER – H.S. LEAH – J.G. FERGUSON – G.R. ULRICH, St. Louis – Mrs. E. LOUIDGIER, San Antonio, Texas – J.L. WHITNEY, Wisconsin – G.L. RIESS, Red Bud, Ill. – Wm. H. KAYSER, Randolph Co., Ill. – Rich HUFFSTATTFER – T.E. CHEWING – Mary HUCK, Carondelet, Mo. – Jos. ARNOLD, Owensburg, Ky.