Business & Professional Notices from the 1880s

HUDSON, October 3.—The Democrats of the third Lenawee County Representative District, assembled in convention at Clayton to-day, nominated C. Rorick, of Seneca, for the State Legislature. (Detroit Free Press, October 4, 1882)

Rev. Dr. Joseph Ford Sutton has been called to the Murray Hill (Presbyterian) church, New York city, to succeed Dr. Burchard, and installed. (Washington Evening Star, January 2, 1886)

Wat Rorick is now assisting Postmaster Beeson in his book store. Wat is a steady, reliable clerk and is the kind of man that always finds some position open for him. (Caldwell Advance, November 3, 1887)

T.E. Ellison files a petition in the circuit court to establish the William J. Rorick ditch in Jefferson township. Some 287 farmers are interested. (Fort Wayne Sentinel, May 11, 1889)

It will pay all to patronize E.G. Alling’s grocery store. (Wilkes-Barre News, August 10, 1889)

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