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The Weekly Perryville Union

Perryville, Missouri, Friday, 23 June 1865

Administrator's Sale of Real Estate

By virtue of an order of sale made by the county court of Perry county, Missouri, at the May term, thereof, 1865.  I will, on the

7th Day of August Next,
offer for sale to the highest bidder, ten per cent in cash and the balance on a credit of twelve months, at the court house door of said county while said court is in session, all the interest of Phillip Doerr, deceased, at the time of his death, in the following real estate situate in Perry county, Missouri, to-wit:
The southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of fractional section No. 17 township 35 range 11 east, containing 40 acres, the northwest quarter of northwest quarter of fractional section 20 township No. 35 north of range 11 east, containing 40 acres, the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of fractioinal section 17 township 35 north of range 11 east, containing 39 thirty-two one hundredths acres, a portion of a tract of land confirmed to Chas. Lee;
Being survey 853 in township 35 north of range 11 east in Perry county, as follows:
Beginning at the southwest corner of Tunis Quick's survey thence north 13 degrees east 12 chains and 14 links to a stake thence south 65 degrees west 24 chains and 25 links to Felix Miles' line, thence south 8 dregrees west along said line 5 chains and 50 links to the corner of said Miles' land, thence south 82 degrees east 45 chains and 83 links to the original line of Chas. Lee's survey, thence north 8 degrees east 24 chains and 29 links to the line of Tunis Quick's survey, thence south 65 degrees west 32 chains and 14 links along said line to the beginning, containing 68 acres lot No. 2 in section 2 in township 35 n of range 11 east, containing 51 fifty-three hundredths acres, lot No. 3 in section 2 township 35 north of range 11 east, containing 34 twenty-four one hundredths acres, the southwest fractional quarter of the northwest quarter of fractional section 20 township 35 north of range 11 east, containing 35 ninety-one hundredths acres.  
Also fifteen acres more or less in the same section and township, bounded as follows:
Beginning at a stake on the north south line between the said northeast and north west quarter of said quarter section, thence south 63 degrees west, 189 1/2 links to a stake, thence north 66 degrees west 202 links to a stake, thence south 49 degrees west 344 links to a stake, thence north 43 degrees west 600 links to a stake, thence north 35 degrees west 573 links to a stake, thence south 41 degrees west 5 chains and 25 links to a stake on the section line between 19 and 20, thence south along said section line to the southwest corner of said quarter quarter [repeated] section, thence to the place of beginning,
The two last described pieces of land have to have deducted from them 35 acres sold by dec'ed to Frederick Schlieper, as appears by deed dated December 17th, 1860, which leaves a balance now owned by the dec'ed in the said two tracts fifteen ninety one hundredths acres; the southeast fractional quarter fractional section No. 19 township 36 north of range 12 east, containing 156 nine one hundredths acres, making in the aggregate 475 and thirteen hundredths acres.  

Said sale is made for the purpose of paying the debts of said deceased.

AUGUSTUS DOERR,
Administrator

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