The Willimantic Chronicle - Year of 1884
Published every Wednesday.
McDonald & Safford, Editors and Publishers.
Office, Hall's Block, Main & Union Sts.
$1.50 per year.
M. Wallen, A.H. Freeman, O.G. Hanks. Prompter: O.M. Richardson.
Chronicle, April 1884:
604. TWC Wed Apr 2, 1884: To the Board of County Commissioners for Windham county. I hereby apply for a license to sell ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider at basement of Union Block on south side of Main street, in the Borough of Willimantic, in the town of Windham. I hereby certify that I am not disqualified to receive such license by any of the provisions of the laws of this State and that the place in which said business is to be carried on has no means of access to any part of the same building used or occupied as a dwelling house. Dated at Windham this 14th day of March, A.D. 1884. Henry Smith. We the undersigned, electors and tax-payers of the town of Windham and not licensed dealers in spirituous and intoxicating liquors, hereby endorse the application of the above named Henry Smith, and we hereby certify that we have not since the first day of October, 1883, endorsed any other application for a license. Dated at Windham this 14th day of March, A.D. 1884. I hereby certify that the above named endorsers are electors and tax payers of the Town of Windham. Dated at Windham this 1st day of April, A.D. 1884. Henry N. Wales, Town Clerk.
Upstate New Yorker, I found this by writing "T D Green's ale and cider ny" in google. Can't say if it's related, but it sounds close. Read all the chronicles from April 1884, maybe you will find somthing else.What I found on google is below. Chronicles# 570-4/02/1884 to # 765-4/30/1884.
Let us know if you find any more info.