Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 26 July 1884 LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the P.O. at Ste. Genevieve, Mo., July 25, 1884. BEAUCHAMP, M. – BREDEHOPT, J. – CAMPBELL, Frk. – FRY, Katy – FALLERT, Carrie – FOUNTAM, M. – HAUCK, Ben – HURST, Chas. – HASPENHEIDE, F. – JOKERST, Emil – LAWRY, J. – MCCLEAN, F. – POLITE, Peter – SEMINO, Tal – SUCHER, M. – STEIGER, John G. – STROUPE, John – WILLIAMS, M. Persons calling for letters in the above list will please say "advertised." Augustine MENARD, P.M.Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 19 July 1884 DIED BECK — On Friday, July 11th, 1884, Theresa, infant daughter of Mr. Joseph BECK, of New Offenburg, at the age of 1 year, 9 months. The burial took place on Saturday in the St. Joseph Graveyard in the German Settlement. LALUMENDIERE — On Friday, July 18th, 1884, of summer complaint, John LALUMENDIERE, infant son of Nerer LALUMENDIERE of this place, at the age of 1 year and 23 days.Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 19 July 1884 BORN On Friday, July 4th, to the wife of Jos. HERZOG, a boy. On Monday, July 7th, to the wife of Edw. MUELLER, a boy. On Monday, July 7th, to the wife of Frank KOHM, a girl. On Tuesday, July 8th, to the wife of Valentine GEILER, a girl. On Friday, July 11th, to the wife of Ulrich BURKHARDT, a boy. On Saturday, July 12th, to the wife of J. H. BAUMGARTNER, a boy. On Saturday, July 12th, to the wife of Michael DRURY, a girl. On Monday, July 15th, to the wife of J.W,Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 19 July 1884 CHESTNUT RIDGE ITEMS by Sam Schuck Weather dry. The wheat crop is cut. Oat harvest just commenced. Corn and potatoes are very fine. Huckleberries are now in the market. R.W. CLAY is cutting the sprouts out of his corn. James SILVEY has bought a bran new reaper. Mrs. Henry FRASER is very sick at the residence of L.J. LAWS. Our young folks had quite a nice singing at the church last Sunday. We want a number one teacher to teach the Chestnut Ridge public school. Miss Emma HARRELSON is teaching summer school at the KELLERRead More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 19 July 1884 PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Felix H. JANIS is visiting at DeLassus, Mo. Mr. Chas. BURKS, the hoop-pole township statesman, was in town Saturday. Miss Mina HOLZWORTH, of St. Louis, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. SCHLOSSER, of this place. Mr. John S. WHITLOCK, the boss architect and builder, took a business trip to St. Louis Sunday. Miss Louise THOMURE, formerly of this place but now of Prairie Du Rocher, was here visiting on Sunday. Our Mayor, Hon. C.C. ROZIER, and lady, to a trip to the "Future Great" on Saturday and returned on Monday. Rev. Father KANE,Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 19 July 1884 We cannot refrain from tendering our sincere compliments to Master Theodore SPEARING, son of Mr. SPEARING, the great violinist and musical director of St. Louis, and a nephew of Dr. BERNAYS of this place. Young SPEARING, although but 11 years old, is quite a phenomenon as a performer on the violin. His wonderful skill and perfect execution on that difficult instrument at so early an age gives reason to believe that he will, at no distant day, rival Ole Bull himself. You must hear him to appreciate him. The Barlow-Arlington Combination closed their season ofRead More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 19 July 1884 Wheat, 77. Cholera morbus is said to be raging in town. Our friend Barth OTT has sold his farm to John KARL for $3099. Mr. Bartley OTT will sell all of his personal property at public ????? on Saturday, August 9th. For particulars see posters. Both of the mills have been in operation this week. New wheat is coming in daily and soom there will be more work for the poor. Hy. WILDER has been over on the Illinois side for the last 2 weeks to buy wheat for the Cone Mills. Gottlieb REHN ferriedRead More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 19 July 1884 HOTEL ARRIVALS For Week Ending July 18. MEYER’S HOTEL E.G. RUSSEL – J.M. FULLERTON – George RINGLING – W.P. MANNING – E.D. HENRY – W.P. KENNEDY – Aug. ZWIEK – Louis AMBS – J. MCBRIDE – Ew. LANGSTRASS, St. Louis, Mo. – C. DEGRALL, Evansville, Ill. – Ed. JACOBS, Paragula, Ark. – John W. MILLER, Philadelphia, Pa. – Dav. MANDEL, Cincinnati, O. – J. BENSON, Jacksonville.Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 19 July 1884 LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the P.O. at Ste. Genevieve, Mo., July 18, 1884. ANDREW, Edw. – BROW, R.G. – COLLINS, Mary – CAMBRON, Ed. – GOODFELLOW, M. – HALL, G.W. – JONES, Jules – LAWERY, John – MEYERS, H. J. – PICKEREN, A.J. – SHAW, James – SWEISS, Clara – WECHER, J. – WITHKHPF(?), Jos. Persons calling for letters in the above list will please say "advertised." Augustine MENARD, P.M.Read More →

Ste. Genevieve Herald Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Saturday, 12 July 1884 DIED BARNES — On Monday, June 2, 1884, Miss Mary E. BARNES, daughter of A.J. and Harriet BARNES, at the age of 17 years, 3 months and 7 days. MOREAU — On Friday, July 4, 1884, at 3 o’clock A.M., Miss Marie Louise MOREAU, second daughter of F. J. MOREAU, dec’d., at the age of 27 years.Read More →