Contributed by Gloria_Lester
Description: Miscellaneous NewsDate: May 14 1886
Newspaper published in: Stockton
T. J. McCLELLAN was here Monday.
M. J. COOLBAUGH is building a fine residence on Court street.
Mr. G. W. LEE has his house nearly completed.
The Alex MONTGOMERY Esq. of Webster called on us Wednesday.
Charley LEE was home a few days last week.
John ADAMS Esq. of Webster made us a short call Tuesday.
J. W. HAYES, Special agent of the Kansas Mutual Life Association, called
on The Democrat, Monday.
Jas. P. JONES Esq. of Cresson, entered our sanctum on tiptoe, Tuesday.
HURLBUT of hardware fame is finishing a tasty cottage, with an artistic
combination of paints.
Henry REINS will not be able to move into his new and elegant residence
for sometime yet, owing to delay in finishing it.
Reports from various parts of the county state that occasionally fields
were badly damaged by the hailstorm.
Mr. D. E. MILLER was called to Atchison to protect himself in a lease of
two years, he had of a building adjoining his elegant restaurant.
D. L. SMITH and Theo. BRACKEN, of Phillipsburg were in Stockton this
week, exhibiting a congressional longing of the latter gentlemen.