“The Madison Chronicle” has changed hands. Mr. Bauch on account of poor health retires and Mr. Theron M. Blakely, a journalist of much ability, and a former proprietor of the same office becomes the new proprietor. While The Journal regrets the cause that leads to the retirement of Mr. Bauch, from the field of active journalism, in which he has for the past five years successfully operated, it is at the same time pleased to note that his place will be filled by so able and agreeable a gentleman as Mr. Blakely. Source: “Norfolk Journal”, Friday Aug. 3, 1883, page 3.
Mrs. T. P. Childs and Miss Mily Grohe will open a millinery shop to-day in B. Grant’s new building on Main street.
Source: Norfolk Journal, Friday June 8, 1883, page 3.