Contributed by Gloria_Lester
Description: Miscellaneous NewsDate: January 15 1886
Newspaper published in: Stockton
The snow-blockade will probably be followed by a flood.
Public debt decreased over nine millions during December.
The ice man are storing an abundant supply of splendid ice.
Andrew Muir of Lanark, died at his residence on Sunday last.
E. P. Forrey Esq. of Chandler, lost one hundred and fifty head of sheep
by the storm.
Dr. L. L. Shively netted $16.25 on his venture for the benefit of the
The first mail in fourteen days, arrived yesterday. Our share weighed
nearly 200 pounds.
Dr. W. A. Leigh can be found by night callers, at the Randall House,
until further notice.
A tailor has secured the room formerly occupied by Dr. Brainard, where he
will begin work soon.
Postmaster McKauna has added two rows of lock boxes for the accommodation
of the business men.
Mrs. Jos. Welsh of Belvue, Kansas, presented her husband with three boys
and two girls. Mother and children doing well.
Report has it that Irad W. Gray Esq. of Plainville lost a thousand
dollars worth of hogs in the storm last week. We sincerely hope this is
J(ay) G(ould) Baldwin taken his place among the business men this week.
He assumes control of the business' of Baldwin & Co., as managing
The First National Bank purchased the lot on the Northwest corner of Main
and Corydon streets to-day. They will erect a find building for their
business there in the spring.