Alabama Enquirer And Morgan County News
Alabama Enquirer And Morgan County News
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Description: Somerville Locals;
Notice by Perry & St. Clair

Date: July 21 1887

Newspaper published in: Hartselle, AL

Source: Madison Co., AL Library

Page/Column: Page 3, Column 4

Somerville, Locals
Mr. W. T. Morrow paid Hartselle a business trip this week.

Hon. W. E. Skeggs, returned Saturday from a business trip at Decatur.

Mr. Jacob L. Wiggins, of Hartselle, our worthy tax collector was on our streets Monday.

Mr. John S. Mitchell a wide-awake representative of Kirkpatrick & Co., Nashville, was in town last week soliciting orders from our merchants.

Messrs. Harper and Kemble of Decatur, have one of the finest livery Stables in the South, that is now about completed. They not only have a fine stable, but very fine stock in it and splendid new vehicles. They are very pleasant gentlemen and we wish them success.

The vocal class under the direction of Profs. S. J. Perry and J. Walter St. Clair will give a concert at the M. E. Church on Friday night, July 22nd, consisting of vocal and instrumental music. Admission 15 cents.

Mrs. P. A. Guyer accomplished by Judge E. M. Russel visited Huntsville last week to see her sister Mrs. E. M. Russel.

Our faithful Sheriff Mr. M. T. Swift and his worthy deputy Mr. A. B. Campbell paid Hartselle a business trip this week.

Messrs. Walton and Forbes have opened a wholesale and retail cigar and tobacco house at Decatur. They will carry a full line and sell only to dealers. We commend then to the trading public throughout North Alabama.
J. A. Rountree has purchased the Morgan County NEWS, stuck the Alabama ENQUIRER to it publishes it simultaneously at Hartselle and Somerville, and is making a good paper of it. Spread yourself, Asa.—Cullman Tribune.

Dr. McGlynn is to join the Knights of Labor.


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