Search billions of records on Ancestry.com
   

Rankin Family History Project


Old Glory

Weekly Perryville Union
Perryville, Missouri, Friday, 02 April 1869


LOCAL MATTERS

THE PUBLIC SCHOOL closed on Friday last for a vacation of one week. it will open again on Monday of the coming week for the summer term.

DIVINE SERVICE. -- Rev. R. R. Witten will preach at the Methodist Church in this place next Sunday at half-past ten o’clock A. M. and three o’clock P. M.

NEW POSTMASTER. -- Mr. L. J. Hutcheson of our town has been appointed Postmaster for Perryville. He will soon take charge of the office.

OH! YES, “SPRING TIME has come” at last, and we are enjoying wet weather. - Old winter has taken its departure and spring, beautiful spring assumes her rightful sway.

BOARD AND LUNCH. -- Mrs. Lucinda Minor will, during Circuit Court in Perryville accommodate persons with day board at her residence. also lunch from 9 o’clock until 3 o’clock each day. Terms reasonable.


LAW FIRM. -- By referring to another column of to-day’s issue, will be found the card of Johnson, Hartzell & Gall, attorneys at law. Business entrusted to them will be promptly attended to.

A CHANGE. -- By the last issue of St. Louis Commercial Bulletin, we learn that Hallock & Brother, formerly publishers of the Ste. Genevieve Representative, have became its proprietors, G. W. Smith having sold out to them.

LECTURE. -- On the tenth of April Wm. P. Faherty, Vice President of St. Joseph Literary Association, will deliver a lecture before the public. Subject: History, its necessity and utility.” Admission free. -- Doors open at half-past one o’clock P. M.

PERRYVILLE THESPIANS. -- We are informed by some of the members of this association, that there will be another exhibition given at Burgee’s Hall, on Monday and Tuesday the 12th and 13th instant. -- The success of the Thespians on former occasions is sufficient guarantee to warrant us in predicting a full house, as an entirely new and carefully selected programme will be presented. Admission 25 cents.

Back to the Top


RFHP Home Page Index of All Pages Index of News Pages GEDCOM files

Thank you for visiting our webpages.


Are we related? Have comments? Drop us a line.

Email

Rankin Family History Project Sonoma County, California
rfhp@att.net

Design & content by Shirley Ann Rankin


Webspace Provided by RootsWeb

Blackat’s Free Web Graphics


Updated January 2001
© Copyright RFHP 2001. All images and content on this website may not be reproduced without permission. Names, dates and other facts are in the public domain and you are welcome to them.