Historic Note - Week of February 19th

The Livingston Enterprise, February 20, 1886

The Carver Mercantile company shipped 10,000 pounds of merchandise to Cooke on Thursday’s Park branch train.

I. Orschel & Bro. shipped by Thursday’s Park branch train one hundred cases of beer, and liquor to the amount of about 8,000 pounds in all, to Gardiner and Cooke.

As a result of the successful working of the Republic Smelter at Cooke, that company has ordered a large supply of coke from Pennsylvania, which is now en route.


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