History: Local Tidbits (25 Jul 1875)

Transcriber: Vickie


Surnames: Austin, Brown, Bruley, Carlston, Chandler, Crandall, Cross, Hoyt, Lynn, O'Neill, Teller

----Source: Clark County Republican & Press Date: 7-25-1873

Mr. T. V. Carlston, who has been on the sick list since last March, has so far recovered as to be able to resume his place in the flouring mill.

Mr. James Chandler and Mr. Frank Brown, who are doing a nice business in general merchandise, at Greenwood, have both paid us a visit this week.

Mr. John Hoyt, as well known as the O’Neill House is popular, has resigned his position in the office of that House, and become first mate to Mr. Bruley, in the billiard saloon.

Mr. Alex Lynn was prostrated with meningitis at Humbird, last week. Dr. Crandall went down and put a stop to this most dangerous disease. Alex is well and happy once more.

Jim Delaine has just finished a very elegant buggy for Mr. Austin, which May be taken as a fair specimen of his handiwork. He is now receiving the orders that his superior skill in that line deserves.

Mrs. Teller’s new building which is now completed, is to be occupied by Mr. Aleck Cross, who is fitting it up for a saloon. The appointments are all first class, and he proposes to keep an orderly and inviting place.



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