Bryan to Make a Tour of the World
Mo.-June 4-Albert J. Enright, a St. Joseph, Mo., business, man, who is at
the Planters, was at Lincoln, Neb., immediately before he arrived
here. While there he was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Bryan and has
announced his intention of making a trip around the world, so Enright
says. He expects to leave within a short time and will be abroad
several months. His family will accompany him.
Guthrie Daily Leader, Guthrie, Okla., Saturday, June 5, 1897, front
page. Submitted by Peggy Thompson
Co-partnership heretofore existing, under the firm of EDWARDS
& GREER, is desolved by the death of Mr. Nathan Greer one of
the said firm. It is requested that all persons indebted to said firm,
whether by note or book account, will come forward to settle, and those,
having any demands will please present them to the surviving partner, who
will still continue the business at his old stand on the hill adjoining
Messrs. S. & B Mount’s, Coach Makers, he hopes to receive a
continuance of past favours from the Customers of the old stand.
(Missouri Republican, January 1, 1823. Submitted by Lisa)
Company Formed to Look for Oil, Silver and Lead.
Alto Pass, Ill., May 10. – The Union County Prospecting,
Mining and Manufacturing Company was incorporated in Cobden today, with a
capital stock of $12,000 and 352 stockholders, the majority of whom are
residents of Union County, but several near-by cities are represented,
including St. Louis and Cairo.
The Board of Directors elected to-day
are: A. J. Parmley, A. J. Rendleman, R. Johnson, one year; James Fowley,
A. E. Bigler, John E. Lingle, two years; Willis Acuhle, R. B. Stintson, H.
A. Dubois, three years.
The directors elected the following officers:
President, James Fowley; vice president, A E. Bigler; secretary, Doctor C.
E. Heseman; treasurer, Robert Gillespie.
It is believed that oil, and,
possibly, silver or lead ore will be found in paying quantities. The
company will confine its operations to Union County until that territory
is thoroughly prospected.
[The Republic: Sunday, May 11, 1902; page 7;
transcribed by Bruce Selvage]
GUARDIAN SAVINGS BANK, June 16, 1875.
At a special meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Guardian Savings Bank, held this day, the
following resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, It has pleased Divine
Providence to remove from our fellowship our esteemed and beloved friend
and co-director, Edward Leavy, Esq., therefore, be it.
in the death of Edward Leavy we have lost an invaluable Cashier and member
of our board, and one who has worked laboriously to advance the best
interests of our institution.
Resolved, That we tender our sincere and
heartfelt sympathies to the members of the bereaved family who, in his
death, have been deprived of a most affectionate son and brother.
Resolved, That we attend his funeral in a body.
Resolved, That these
proceedings be spread upon the minutes, that a copy be sent to the family
of deceased, and that they be published in the daily papers and the
Western Watchman, BERNARD J. REILLY, President. Chas. Seitz,
(St. Louis Globe-Democrat, St. Louis, MO., Thurs. Morning,
June 17, 1875- Transcribed by Candi)