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Weekly Perryville Union
Perryville, Missouri, Friday, 15 January 1864


STRAY NOTICE

Horse

Taken up as strays by Andrew Klump of Bois Brule township in the county or Perry, State of Missouri, a certain filly or mare colt, and 4 sheep. The filly is of a dark bay color aged about 3 years old next spring about 13 3/5 hands high, appraised at $25.

ANDREW KLUMP


FINAL SETTLEMENT

ALL creditors and others interested in the estate of Nereus Simpson, 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 February, 1864.

JAMES BURGEE,
Administrator


FINAL SETTLEMENT

ALL creditors and others interested the estate of Thos. J. Brady, deceased, 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 February, 1864.

ROBERT L. PHILLIPS,
Administrator


STRAY NOTICE

Horse

Taken up by Bernhard Wilutyke of Brazeau township, on the 16th day of December, 1863, a certain stray horse of a dark sorrel color, two years old, four feet inches high, appraised at $25.

BERNHARD WILUTYKE


F An old bachelor says that the has received a basket of peaches this season that looked as though pretty girls had watched their growth and tinted them with their blushes.


PROOF OF MARRIAGE. -- It not unfrequently happens that clergymen, in marrying a couple, omits to give a certificate of the marriage or to make any registration of it. Such evidence is rendered especially important just now, as, is case of the death of a soldier, the widow must have a certificate of marriage before she can receive a pension. A New Jersey paper, in speaking of this subject, as it respects that State says:

"Upon searching the records within the part year for marriages, nearly half the unfortunate widows have been turned away with the remark: 'The clergyman performing the ceremony has neglected to comply with the laws.'"

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