Wayne County Democrat, Business Abstracts 1880
- 1 Wayne County Democrat Jan. 7, 1880
- 2 Wayne County Democrat March 10, 1880
- 3 Wayne County Democrat June 2, 1880
- 4 Wayne County Democrat April 7, 1880
- 5 Wayne County Democrat Aug. 18, 1880
- 6 Wayne County Democrat Aug. 25, 1880
- 7 Wayne County Democrat Sept. 1, 1880
- 8 Wayne County Democrat Sept. 15, 1880
- 9 Wayne County Democrat Sept. 22, 1880
- 10 Wayne County Democrat Sept. 29, 1880
- 11 Wayne County Democrat Oct. 6, 1880
- 12 Wayne County Democrat Oct. 13, 1880
- 13 Wayne County Democrat Oct. 27, 1880
- 14 Wayne County Democrat Nov. 10, 1880
- 15 Wayne County Democrat Nov. 17, 1880
- 16 Wayne County Democrat Dec. 1, 1880
- 17 Wayne County Democrat Extra Dec. 3, 1880
- 18 Wayne County Democrat Dec. 15, 1880
- 19 Wayne County Democrat Dec. 22, 1880
Wayne County Democrat Jan. 7, 1880[edit | edit source]
Jonas Nachtrieb, old hat merchant, died at his residence on E Liberty Street last Saturday evening. Obituary next week.
George Lunday, express man and hack man, recovered from the effects of explosion at the depot.
Laubach and Bevard opened a new and neat drugstore side square.
Orr and Reider; H Swartz; JK McBride; LQ Jeffries; Dr. WF Deer; Dr. AH Hunt; Dr. WC Moore; Dr. WW Firestone; Dr. JD Robison; Dr. JH Gann; Dr. J Dazelle Alexander; Dr. George Liggett; Dr. BJ Jones dentist.
Dissolution notice is hereby given that the partnership existing between David Young and Nathan Young is dissolved Nov. 20, 1879 by mutual consent. All debts paid by said David Young, who owns said accounts, D and Nathan A Young.
Wayne County Democrat March 10, 1880[edit | edit source]
Old established boot and shoe store, WF Woods, in American Hotel block.
CW McClure, cash tin and stove store, 54 and 56 S Market Street.
Boots and shoes of WF Woods, #19 E Liberty Street.
GB Seigenthaler, carpets.
Wayne County Democrat June 2, 1880[edit | edit source]
Brushes at the Wooster Brush Factory, 35 S Market Street.
Chan Mans Chinese California Laundry, on Diamond Alley, SW side of public square. Ad May 5, 1880.
ED Fisher, saddles and harness, 64 S Market Street, below Albright’s.
Wayne County Democrat April 7, 1880[edit | edit source]
Wooster Brush Works, #35 S Market Street.
Wayne County Democrat Aug. 18, 1880[edit | edit source]
John Wilhelm, carriage manufactory, 94 E Liberty Street. He has been compelled to erect an office building on the west side of shops to make more room.
Laubach and Bevard Drug Store, SE side of the square.
Wayne County Democrat Aug. 25, 1880[edit | edit source]
Wayne County Democrat Sept. 1, 1880[edit | edit source]
Old brown corner, JS Bissell and Bro., #1ME, for dry goods.
JG Jackson, selling farm implements at Howard’s old building, W Liberty Street.
Chan Mens Californian Laundry, Diamond Alley, SW side of square.
John Hoffman and Co., selling light running sewing machines, SW side of square.
Wayne County Democrat Sept. 15, 1880[edit | edit source]
Premium list of 3rd annual fair of Wayne County Independent Agricultural Society Oct. 6, 7, 8, 1880.
Wayne County Democrat Sept. 22, 1880[edit | edit source]
Wayne County Democrat Sept. 29, 1880[edit | edit source]
Wm H Banker carriage works, Beistles old stand, 21-29 South Street.
Wayne County Democrat Oct. 6, 1880[edit | edit source]
Independent in everything fine at Fogleson, stocking yams and fancy goods, W Liberty Street.
John H Thomas, organs, E Liberty Street.
Mrs. JH Thomas, north of county buildings is receiving a large stock of pianos, organs and sewing machines.
Will Beresford tailor and draper, Archer House block, E Liberty Street.
J Zimmerman and Co. store room is made new again. Old colored frescoing has been removed. Ceilings, cornices and sides painted and furniture generally over hauled.
Wayne County Democrat Oct. 13, 1880[edit | edit source]
Wayne County Democrat Oct. 27, 1880[edit | edit source]
Wayne County Democrat Nov. 10, 1880[edit | edit source]
Wayne County Democrat Nov. 17, 1880[edit | edit source]
Patrolman Harry G Huber and George B Miller, at 2 o’clock yesterday, no doubt saved Wooster from a disastrous fire as they were patrolling S Market Street. They discovered the premises of JP Powers store, known as the Boston Tea House in Samuel Geitgey’s block to be on fire. They gave the alarm and members of the fire department stopped the spreading of the flames. Damage to the building owned by Mr. Geitgey was between 100-200 and loss to Mr. Powers about 1000 in smoke damage. He was 1800 insurance.
We the undersigned grocery merchants and bakers of Wooster, will close our respective places of business on Thursday, Thanksgiving, Nov. 25, 1880. JH Taylor, McClarran and Caskey, WD Barrett and Son, Kuhn Bros., Horn and Bro., E Funk, JF Schmuck, JD Price, JB Power and Son, OM Albright, Samuel D Miller, Logan and Myers, CA Harry, Roth Hess, AM Miller and Co., AP Lake.
Wayne County Democrat Dec. 1, 1880[edit | edit source]
Wayne County Democrat Extra Dec. 3, 1880[edit | edit source]
John Callahan executed in Wooster jail today for murder of John Tormie. Full report of his crime, sentence and death and tell about it Dec. 3, 1880. John Callahan was hanged in Wooster jail for murder in fairgrounds Thursday, Oct. 2, 1879. Gives a diagram of the upper jail hall. The iron jail divided into two departments, upper and lower, the one a duplicate of the other. Hall 12x24 feet, running north and south through each hallway four cells on each side. The gallows were erected on the north end of the upper hall inside the 2 ½ foot wide corridor, then through iron grating of the upper hall, a space of three feet square is for the trap door on which is built a wooden platform. The cross being 12 feet long in which the rope is secured about the trap of the platform and is supported by heavy oak posts against iron walls of the jail. Gave list of representatives at hanging: sheriff, doctors and reporters. At 11:39 am, Sheriff Coulter stepped backwards one pace and threw the lever which sprang the trap door and Callahan was launched into eternity. Dr. WC Moore and Dr. Miller pronounced him dead at 12: 16 pm. The body was cut down at 12: 18 pm.
Wayne County Democrat Dec. 15, 1880[edit | edit source]
Candies at George Faber, next to post office E Liberty Street.
The members of Underwood Whip Factory Brass Band are progressing fine under leadership of John [Keller (surname) | Keller]].
New departure owing to our increasing trade. We are compelled to lease Seigenthaler’s old stand next door and below us which will be occupied for Jan. 1, 1881, making a double store. Lookout for some rivals in clothing of gents furnishings, hats, caps and trunks. AM Glick Golden Corner Clothing Store, SW side of square. OPF Risch manager. W Liberty Street in old boot and shoe store before him.
Wayne County Democrat Dec. 22, 1880[edit | edit source]
George B Seigenthaler has moved his boot and shoe store across the street to the middle rooms of Keefer Iron block.