Business & Professional Notices from 1891

Morgan Brothers of this place who secured the contract for the new town hall sub-let the wood work part of the building yesterday to S.A. Genung, the builder who refused to take the contract after it had been given him. The work of tearing down the building is being rapidly pushed, the fire tower having been taken down today. (Elmira Gazette, June 17, 1891)

The Woodbury Business college has added a telegraphic department. Mr. William Rorick, an operator in the Santa Fe offices, has been engaged as superintendent. (Los Angeles Daily Herald, July 19, 1891)

Mart [sic] Rorick, of Seneca, Lenawee county, turned a valuable 4-year trotting mare into a field on Sunday morning, which was enclosed by a wire fence. In attempting to jump the fence, she caught a shoe in the wire, causing her to fall and break her neck. She had won numerous races in the locality during the past season, and was a mare of much promise. (Jackson Citizen Patriot, October 13, 1891)

John C. Rorick is a credit to the Republican ticket. His life needs no comment. His sterling worth and integrity, his progressiveness, his generosity, his public spiritedness are well known beyond the borders of his own county. (Perrysburg Journal, October 31, 1891)


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