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Weekly Perryville Union
Perryville, Missouri, Friday, 05 July 1867


LOCAL MATTERS

THE WEATHER has been remarkably warm the past week, and vegetation is suffering for the want of rain.

MCBRIDE & LAYTON are selling goods at low figures. Give them a call and they will convince you of the fact. It is no trouble to show goods.

A LEAD MINE has been discovered near town, and some of the mineral has been shown to us by the parties working it. We shall have something to say about this mineral at another time.

CROWNED WITH FLOWERS. -- Mr. Guld, our city butcher, passed by our office on Monday with one of the finest of beeves, intended to be slaughtered for the Fourth. She wore a wreath of flowers around her head.

BURGLARS. -- The burglars who broke into and robbed the store at Smithville a few nights since, were lodged in the jail at this place last Saturday, night, while being carried to Bollinger county. They were captured in Illinois.

ROADS. -- By observations recently made while riding through the county, we have ascertained that the public roads have been greatly improved of late. Most of the roads are now in a good, or at least in comparitable good condition. The new system of road working promises to work a complete revolution in the condition of the public highways. With continued close application on the part of the overseer, the time is not far distant when our farmers will have excellent roads to "market, to mill and to muster," as the saying is.


PERSONAL. -- Hon. Thomas E. Noell left her last Saturday morning for Washington City.

James Burgee, Esq. who had been absent from home a short time on business in the East, returned to Perryville last Sunday morning.

Thomas Michaels, of the wholesale, clothing establishment of Young & Bros., of St. Louis, was in town this week on a visit to his relatives.

Samuel G. Bedwell, formerly a citizen of this county, but, at present, a resident of Mississippi, sends us a file of Southern papers.


FINAL SETTLEMENT

All creditors and others interested in the estate of John Mattingly, dec’ed, are hereby notified that the undersigned administrator intends to make final settlement of said estate at the next term of the County court of Perry county, Mo., to be held at the court house in Perryville, on the first Monday in August, 1867.

RUDOLPH B. CONRAD, Administrator


FINAL SETTLEMENT

All creditors and others interested in the estate of Stephen Wimsatt, dec’ed, are hereby notified that the undersigned administrator intends to make final settlement of said estate at the next term of the County court of Perry county, Mo., to be held at the court house in Perryville, on the first Monday in August, 1867.

JOHN J. SEIBEL, Administrator


FINAL SETTLEMENT

All creditors and others interested in the estate of John Michael, dec’ed, are hereby notified that the undersigned administrator intends to make final settlement of said estate at the next term of the County court of Perry county, Mo., to be held at the court house in Perryville, on the first Monday in August, 1867.

WILLIAM PONDER, Administrator


Administration de bonis non.

The letters of my predecessor as administrator of the estate of Jas. Wimsatt, deceased, having ceased to have any legal force on the 8th day of October, 1866, by reason of death, letters of administration de bonis non were granted in the undersigned on said estate, on the 7th of May, 1867, by the county court of Perry county, Missouri.

JOHN J. SEIBEL, Public Administrator
and ex-officio administrator of said estate.

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