Contributed by Barbara
Description: Notes From Near-By - Pearl Ill.Date: June 27 1894
Newspaper published in: Quincy Illinois
Pearl, Ill., June 25.
Mrs. Charles Maine moved to Pittsfield last week where her husband is employed as night watchman.
Miss Maggie Knox visited relatives and friends on the Sand Ridge last week.
We have heard no talk of celebrating the Fourth here. What is the matter with Pearl this year?
Strauss & Bro., of Pittsfield, are having their timber land cleared on their farm west of town.
Fred Franklin was sunstruck last week, but is all right at the present.
Mrs. T. Blair and granddaughter, Gracie, have returned from visiting relatives in Jacksonville.
Elmer Thorp and wife, of Calhoun, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday.
Fred Pepper, the night watchman of the government works at Kampsville, visited his family here Saturday and Sunday.
Two of our boys disturbed the peace one day last week by fighting and were fined $3 and cost each.
A great many of our citizens visited the county sent last week to receive their damage claim that the court granted them from the C. & A. R. R.