Business & Professional Notices from 1883

J.W. Linderman arrived home Sunday evening, for a few days visit. He reports the hotel at Seney, of the building of which he has had charge, approaching completion, and thinks the carpentry work will be finished about the first of next month. The hotel is considerable of a house, the main building being 55×25 feet, two stories high, with an L 25×32 feet, the same height, with two one story additions in the rear, one 17×32 feet, and the other 9×11½ feet. About the first of February he will his take his force of men to McMillan station to put up a hotel there, somewhat larger than the one at Seney. It is to be two stories, with mansard roof, and of a very neat design. (Cheboygan Northern Tribune, January 27, 1883)

J.W. Linderman arrived down from Seney Wednesday morning being called home by the illness of his wife, who we are glad to learn is improving. He has completed the hotel at Seney, and his crew has gone to Newberry to finish a large hotel there, and from there they go to McMillan to put up the hotel referred to a few weeks since in the Tribune (Cheboygan Northern Tribune, February 17, 1883)

Lot Morrell intends to put up a blacksmith shop opposite Mr. P.H. Heerman’s store. Mr. William Hutchinson, of Lawrenceville, will run the business. (Wellsboro Agitator, February 20, 1883)

S.S. Gimble has bought the Harris property and is working at his old trade—shoemaking. (Polk County Itemizer, November 17, 1883)


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