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Full text of "Allen County gazetteer : containing a directory of Fort Wayne City, and historical and descriptive sketches of the several townships of the county, also, a directory of the names, occupation and post office address of the merchants, manufacturers & farmers throughout Allen County ..."

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WA^NE & ALLEN CO., INC>> 



JUN 13 1940 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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GENEALOGY 

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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Importers of Foreign Literature 



-AND— 



FANCY ARTICLES, 

No, 77 Columbia Street, 

{One difor east of B. W. OaUeif,) 

FOKT WAYNE, - - INDIANA. 



N^OTi^RY PUBLIC, 
BEAL ESTATE, 

COLLECTING MD INSIRINCE lUENT. 



Strict attention given to Buying and Selling Real Estate, Pajing Taxes 
for non-Residonts and Collecting. 



For tlie Oldest aud Best 

life, Jfire anlj l^ctibtnt |ns. Cos. 

IN THE UNION. 
OFFICE, No. 4 over Hamilton's Bank, 
FORT WAYIVE, IIVD. 



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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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State Agent, 

^ot thfe f 0j)ttlav ^amiJjj ^^wing plathin^. 

Office & Salesroom: Hamilton Hall BIdg., 

(Up stairs, first door to the right,) 

FOBT WAYNE, - - - INDIA WA. 



For] Family Sewing 
this Machine has noeu- 
periors,and few equals. 
It is esteemed the high- 
est by those who know 
it the best. It runs 
easier, and with less 
noise, than any other 
•shuttle, or double 
threaded machine, and 




is geared to run at a 
high rate of speed. 

All in need of Sew- 
ing Machines will find 
it for their interest to 
patronize the FINKLE 
& LYON MACHINE. 

Price and terms fav- 
orable as for any other 
first class machine. 



Wm.W. Updegraff. 



Ben. W. McCullough. 



WM. W. UPDEGRAFF & CO., 



JOBBERS OF 



ii€¥ Sttis. 



GLOMES, 

HOSIERY AND WHITE GOODS, 

Opposite Mayer House, Calhoun St., 

» WA¥iiC, " - 



FORT WAYNE ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



BLOOMINGMLE BREWERY 

W, S. Lima Hoad, S, of Canal Feeder, 

FORT WAYNE, - - - INDIANA. 

FRAIVCIS J. BECK, Proprietor. 
OF BEST ARTICLE OF BEER AND LAGER BEER. 

Delivered in tlie City free of charge. 
C. E. DAVIS. W. H. DAVIS. J. W. BYERS. 

BOOKBINDERS, 

AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 

Magazines, Periodicals and Music Books neatly bound. 
JVb. 52 Calhoun Street, 

Over Hill's Music Store. 
FOIiT \^ATnVE, - - - - IIVr>IA]VA. 

J. K. EDGERTON. GEORGE NELSON. 

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(WOODBURN, LUMBER AND STAVE MILLS,) 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

LUMBER, SHINGLES, STMES, HEADINGS, ETC. 

Mills and Oflace at Woodburn, on Toledo, Wabash and 

Western Railway, Allen Co., Ind. Ofiace and Yard 

on S. S. Rail Road between Calhoun and 

Lafayette Streets, Port Wayne, Ind. 

Charles P. Fletcher, 

m\ OMN IBUS ^^ AND H ACK LINE. 

Attending, arriving and departing Trains. 

Persons conveyed to any part of the city. Immediate attention paid to 
orders for City Hack. 

Ofl&ce, 41 Aveline House, Calhoun St., 

FORT WAYNE, - - - - INDIANA. 



VI FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN C. W. BAILEY, 

BOOK & JOB PRmTER 



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PUBLISHER, 

CHICAGO, - - - - ILLINOIS. 



FTJBr.ISHER OF THE 



For the Past Ten Years. 
Western Merchants' Price Current. 

VOICE OF MASONRY, 

AAW OTHER MASONIC WORKS. 



ALL KINIDS OF 



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BILLHEADS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, HANDBILLS, RE- 
CEIPTS, LEASES, BLANKS, Etc. 

Done in the BEST STYLE and at the LOWEST PRICES. 
Country Merchants' Printing Solicited. 



FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Mum ^mh ($^kt\xm^ ^tan, 

JOHN &. FLEBDERMAN & CO., 

HI ercbant Tailors 

AND 

CLOTHIERS, 

25 Main Street, 
FORT WAYNE, - - INDIANA. 




ALL KINDS OF FURNISHING GOODS. 



CLOTHING of every Description made to Order 
in the most Fashionable Style. 



JOHN LILLIE. JAMES LILLIE. 

lilt© ^ ®ff@tl 

GENERAL DEALERS IN 



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8T0^E&LI]IIE 

SANDUSKY & LOUISVILLE 

CEMENT, 

PLASTER PARIS 

Plastering Hair, etc. 
•♦« 

PROPRIKTORS OF 

PAGE'S PERPETUAL 
Fresh Lime every day. 

West Side of Calhoun Street, 

(^On Canal.) 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Orders promptly filled. 



VIII FORT WAYNE ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



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GEO. W. JONES & CO., 

— AND — 

F*^,teiit -Argents, 

Room No. 29, Post Office Building, 

Fort "Wayne, - - Indiana. 

LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENTAL & STOCK INSURANCE 

Effected in First Class Companies on liberal terms. 



DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, CONTRACTS, 

Partnership Papers, Bills of Sale, etc., 

neatlj' and correctly drawn. 



PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

Collecting, Book Keeping, Copying, 

Eto.3 etc. 



Merchants, Manufacturers, Hotel-Keepers, Contractors, Farmers and othera 
furnished with good reliable help of all kinds on short notice. 



Persons looking for employment can obtain the same by making application. 



HOU8E^, LOTS AlVD LANDS 

Bought, Sold and Leased. 



Prompt attention given to furnishing information or transacting business of 

any kind in NEW YORK, BALTIMORE, CINCINNATI, 
DETROIT, CHICAGO, OMAHA, ST. LOUIS & MEMPHIS. 



Goods purchased for Retail Dealers at Lowest Market Prices. 



We prepare MODELS, DRAWINGS, SPECIFICATIONS and CLAIMS, 
and do all other business connected with the Patent Office, after the most 
approved method. 

By strict attention to business we hope to receive a liberal share of public 
patronage. 



ALLEN COUNTY 












CONTAINING 



A DIRECTORY OF FORT WAYNE CITY. 

AND 

HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE SKETCHES OF THE SEVERAL 
TOWNSHIPS OF THE COUNTY, 

ALSO, 

A DIRECTOKY OF THE NAMES, OCCUPATIOX AND POST 
OFFICE ADDRESS OF THE MERCHANTS, MAN- 
UFACTURERS & FARMERS THROUGH- 
OUT ALLEN COUNTY, 

TO WHICH ARE ADDED 

A COMPLETE BUSINESS REGISTER AND REGISTER OF 
CITY AND COUNTY ORGANIZATIONS, SOCI- 
ETIES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, «\J(j. 

TOGETHER WITH 

A List of Post Of&ces in lUinoiSj Indiana and Obio, and a 
List of Money Order Offices in the United Str.tes. 



Compiled and PubHshed by John C. W. Bailey- 



ISSUED AT THE OFFICE OF 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

18fV.. 



Alien County Public Ubnti 
900 Webster Street 



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The comj)ilation of the present work has been to the compiler and 
publisher a source of much solicitude, from the fact that we wished this, 
our first Directory of Allen County, to be a model book both in appear- 
ance and in accuracy. How well we have succeeded, we leave it to our 
patrons to say. 

The Fokt Wayne Crrr Dieectoky contains 6,277 names, (which 
were ail obtained by actual canvass,) being nearly 1,500 more than pub- 
lished in any previous Directory of this place. We are especially proud 
^. of this, as it shows that our canvass has been systematic and correct. 
*^ The Business Register will be found very complete, showing as 

> it does, the names of all parties doing business on their own account 
throughout the county, together with their post office address. Among the 
^, many different branches of trade here represented, we find 13 Insurance 
^ Agents, 10 Bakers, 14 Barbers, 45 Blacksmiths, 29 Boarding Houses, 
N> (exclusive of hotels,) 59 Boot and Shoe Makers and Retail Dealers, 50 
(q^ Carpenters and Builders, 16 Clothiers, (exclusive of Merchant Tailors,) 
18 Coopers, 18 Dress and Cloak Makers, 13 Druggists, 26 Dry Goods 
^ merchants, 18 Flour Mills, 20 General Stores, 81 Grocers, 21 Hotels, 36 
^ i Lawyers, 18 Meat Markets, 18 Merchant Tailors, 16 Milliners, 19 Nota- 
"^ lies Public, 4 Nurseries, 23 Painters, 44 Physicians, 5 Printers, 11 Real 
•> Estate Dealers, 85 Saloons and Restaurants, 7 Saddle and Harness 
J Makers, 31 Saw Mills, 22 Wagon Makers, 16 Yankee Notion Dealers, 
\j together with many more different professions, trades, &c., of which our 
space will allow no mention. 

The County Dieectoky will be found invaluable to all doing busi- 
ness, as neither money or time have been spared to make it truly 
accurate and reliable — in fact just what we represented it to be. 

The Gazetteer of the Townships is full of interesting and statist- 
ical matter, written by gentlemen well acquainted with the different 
townships and to whom the publisher returns his thanks. 

In conclusion, we would thank the Press of Fort Wayne for their 
many flattering notices, and to our patrons for the encouragement given 
to our canvassers, and to whom the present volume is respectfully dedi- 
cated. I cannot close, however, without giving full credit to my General 
Agent, Mr. E. S. Austin, who has had the book entirely under his 
charge and compilation. 

J. C. W. BAILEY. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Abbreviations 33 

Allen County Business Register 195 

Allen County Directory 2'25 

Asylums 179 

Banks and Bankers 1*79 

Board of AldermeD 179 

Board of Education 178 

Board of Health 178 

Calendar 31 

Cemeteries 180 

Churches > 179 

City Fire Limits 178 

City Government 177 

City Ordinance (Hack) 178 

City Police 178 

City Wiird Boundaries. 178 

Clubs 181 

Constitution of the United States 273 

County Organization 177 

Educational 181 

Fort Wayne City Directory 33 

Fort Wayne Street Directory 189 

Incorporated Companies 182 

Index to Advertisements 13 

Insurance Companies 183 

Internal Revenue 188 

Judiciary 183 

Libraries and Reading Rooms 183 

Money Order Post Offices in the U. S. . . .282 

Newspaper and Publications. . 184 

Parks 84 

Post Offices in Illinois. 287 



Post Offices in Indiana 29!> 

Post Offices in Ohio 301 

Post Office and Mails (City) 184 

Preface , 11 

Public Halls 184 

Secret and Benevolent Societies 185 

Sketch of Aboite Township 15 

Sketch of Adams " 15 

Sketch of Cedar Creek " 16 

Sketch of Eel River '* 16 

Sketch of Jackson '* 17 

Sketch of Jefferson '* 17 

Sketch of Lafavette " IS 

Sketch of Lake '♦ 18 

Sketch of Madison " 19 

Sketch of Marion " 19 

Sketch of Maumee •* 19 

Sketch of Milan " 20 

Sketch of Monroe " 20 

Sketch of Perry " 21 

Sketch of Pleasant " 22 

Sketch of St. Joseph " 23 

Sketch of Scipio '« 23 

Sketch of Springfield " 24 

Sketch of Washington " 25 

Sketch of Wayne ** 26 

Societies, &c 186 

State Officers 177 

Telegraph and Transportation Companies. 187 

Trades Directory ]S8 

View of Biddle & Hoagland's Drug Estab- 
lishment 194 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



BOARDING. 
Treep Mrs. Mary 193 

BOOK BINDERS. 
Davis's & Byers V 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 
Siemon, Bro. & Co , Ill" 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Chapin E. & Co opp, 194 

HoodT. N. &Co 198 

Markley, Schrader & Co Side Lines. 

Marsh H. W 199 

Sander C. W 199 



BREWERS. 
BeckF. J T 

BUSINESS AGENCY. 
Jones George W. & Co VIII 

CARRIAGE MAKERS. 

Stanley, Bieber & Co XI 

CIGARS. 
Reiter George 20I 

DENTISTS. 

Brown S. B 202 

Knapp Isaac , . . . . X 



INDEX TO -ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DRUGGISTS. 

Biddle & Hoagland Top Lines. 

Gratig-iy & Bro 82 

Mover Bros. & Co. Front Cover and Top Llnex. 

Niiide & Co XI 

Sturgij Wm. E XIII 

Oi-ff C. &Co XV 

DRY GOODS. 

Root & Co Top Lines. 

FRUIT HOUSE. 
White Jv B Card Back Cover. 

FURNITURE. 
Klaehn John J X 

GROCERS, RETAIL. 

Boltz F. F. k Bro 206 

Strong M. B 207 

GUNSMITH. 
Raquet C 20? 

HARDWARE. 

Oakley B. W. & Son 32 

HOTELS. 

Aveline House XIV 

Freeman A r. . X 

Mayer House 209 

Railroad Dining Hall 209 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Bossier H. II Ill 

Ditrgin & Edsail... opp. 209 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 
Banner Side Lines. 

LAND AGENTS. 

Indiana Land Agency 36 

LAWYER. 

Sinclair Samuel E 212 

LAWYER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. 

Randall F. P XIII 

' LAWYER AND PATENT RIGHT AGENCY. 

Wiilson H. F opp. Business Register. 

LIVERY STABLE. 

Swain Jacl«son XIV 

Taylor William M XHI 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Cochrane, Humphrey & Co IX 

LUMBER, &C. 

Edgerton J. K V 

MAGAZINES. 

Voice of Masonry .224 

MARBLE WORKS (STEAM.) 
Humphrey J. & Co IX 

MASONIC EMPORIUM. 
Bailey J. C. W 281 



MERCHANT TAILORS. 
Fleddernian John G VII 

MILLINERY GOODS. 
Towne D. H XI 

MODEL MAKERS. 

Poston E. W 214 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Hill C. L Side Lines. 

Walther & Ogden 166 

NEWSPAPERS. , 

Indiana Staats Zeitung 60 

Fort Wayne Democrat. 52 

Fort Wayne Gazette 44 

Western Merchants' Price Current 176 

OCULISTS AND AURISTS. 
AyersS. C, M. D 21 5 

OMNIBUS AND HACKS. 

Fletcher Charles P V 

PAINTERS, HOUSE AND SIGN. 

Kover 0. J Side Lines. 

Seybold Charles F 216 

Starkev & Rupert .opp. 154 

Wilmot J. C 216 

Yergens A. H XIII 

PHYSI HANS AND SURGEONS. 

Bowen G. W., M. D 217 

Fitzsimmons J. F., M. D 217 

Myers W. H X 

PRINTERS, BOOK AND JOB. 

Bailey J. C. W VI 

Jones & Son opp. 155 

PUMP MANUFACTURERS. 

Kyle A. P IX 

RAILROADS. 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago 148 

Toledo, Wabash & Western 76 

SAW MILLS. 

Baker & Bro., ) ,,, .,, v 

p ' V (Monroeville) . . . 



.XIV 



Baker & 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Kestel P XII 

Morse Charles E IV 

SHINGLES, LATH, &C. 

Trier & Tegtmyer XII 

SHIRT MANUFACTURERS. 

Angell B. D 11 

Tripp k Tigar XV 

STONE AND LIME. 

Lillie & Bro VII 

VETERINARY SURGEON. 
Nestel D 223 

YANKEE NOTIONS. 
Updegraff W. W. & Co IV 



ALLEN 

COUITY GAZETTEER 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY TOWNSHIPS, 

GIVING AN ACCOUNT OF THEIR LOCATION, SOIL, PRODUCTIONS, TIMBER AND 
WATER-COURSES, ETC., ETC. 



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Aboite 

Township is situated in the western part of Allen county and w;\9 first settled in 
18?>3 by Enoch Turner, John Turner, Richard Clarlc, Riclnrd Andrew, Jesse Vermilyea and 
Sol Bayless. The oldest man now living in the township is Epiiraim Tliatcher. The Toledo, 
W.ibasii & Western Railway runs through the southern part of the township, and is the 
principal means of transportation. The township was organized in 1835. Aboite River 
fl.)ws through the township in a southwest direction, from which stream the township di^i ives 
its name. It contains one saw mill, Bowman & Bro., proprietors, located in the center of 
the township ; one church of different denominations ; eight dist'ict schools; one library., 
two hundred volumes, William Hamilton, librarian. The township is well timbered and the 
soil is fertile, the principal products being wheat, corn, etc. 

There are three mail routes, two by railroad and one horse route ; no postmaster and no 
postofiice. The Illinois State road is the most direct road running through the township. 



Adams 

Is bounded on the north by St. Joseph, south by Marion, east by JeflTiPson, and west bj 
W:iyne townships. The tirst settlement v.ms made about the year 1823, by Charles Weeksj, 
Jesse Adams, L. Edmonds and Israel Taylor, who were soon followed by others. The oldest 
settlers now living are L. M. and A. A. Rogers and Simon Edsall. The first birth in the 
township was in October, 1825, (John S. Rogers.) The first death, a daughter of Mrs. L- 
Aaams, who died about October, 1825. 

The surface of the country is level and heavi.y timbered, and the soil a rich loam, well 
adapted to the raising of all root crops. It is watered by the M.iumce River, which fl.iw.s 
through the northern part of the township from west to east, and Six Mile Creek, which 
furnishes good power for mills and other purposes. 

The Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway passes through the northern pait, and the 
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago through the central part of this township. The Wabash 
and ^ rie C iinil also passes through the northern part of the township, which makes tiie 
transportation in^ilities equal to any in the State. 

NEW HAVEN, on the Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway, and Wabasli and Erie 
Canal, is six miles east of Fort Wayne, the only town of note in the township, and contains 



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Biddle & Hoagland's is the only reliable Baking Powder. 

16 ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 

one good hotel; three general stores; one drug store; one hardware and tin store ; one 
harness shop; two carpenter shops ; two wagon makers ; three blacksmiths; one gunsmith ; 
two butcher shops; one bakery ; three stave and heading factories; two flouring mills , one 
saw mill ; one planing mill ; two shingle factories; one lumber yard'; two insurance agents; 
one lawyer; one notary public; three physicians; one justice of the peace ; four churches, 
Cathohc, Lutheran, two Methodist; one graded free school, one Lutheran and one Catholic 
school ; five saloons and one distillery ; one Lodge of I. 0. 0. F., No. 253, one of I. 0. G. 
T., No. 304, aud one of G. A. R. 

This fine and rapidly growing town was laid out about the year 1840, by Henry Burgess, 
Esq., a native of Connecticut, who gave it the name of New Haven in honor of the city 
bearing the same name in that State. For business as well as a place of residence this town 
could not have been better located, having the facilities of railroad and canal transportation, 
and the surrounding country being heavily timbered offers every inducement for an extensive 
trade. The extensive timber district especially increases the importance of the town, sup- 
plying material for large manufactories of lumber, lath, shingles, staves, headings, barrels, 
etc. The stave and heading manufacture is the principal business of the place, and was 
first started by Mr, John Begue, (now of the firm of J. Begue & Co.,) after which other 
factories of the same kind were started, among which may be mentioned those of Messrs. 
McKendry & Co., Hall, Schnelker & Co. There is also a combined planing mill and shingle 
factory, owned by Messrs. Gothe «& Brudi. They are all run by steam power and employ a 
large number of workmen. There are several fine buildings in the town, among which may 
be named Burgess Block, a fine three story brick building occupied by Messrs. Whitaker 
& Bell, who have an extensive general store, the Post Office, and Mr. S. Bacon's hardware 
and tin store ; also, another fine brick building occupied by N. Schuckman as a general 
store. A fine brick church building has just been completed by Mr. H. Burgess, at a cost of 
$6,000. There are also a number of fine residences in the town, giving conclusive evidence 
of the thrift and good taste of its inhabitants. Population about 1,200. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
TnrsTEES. — C.A.Zollinger, President; Samuel Evelin, Secretary; H. Burgess, Treas- 
urer ; Levi Bell, Barney Schnelker. 

Edward Lee, Marshal ; J. W. Whitaker, Assessor. 



Cedar Creek 

Is bounded on the east by Springfield, west by Perry Township, north by DeKalb Co., and 
south by St. Joseph's and Milan Townships. This township is well watered by the St. 
Joseph River, along the bank of which, plenty of the best timber is found. The soil is 
equal to any in the county, and well adapted to grain growing or stock raising. 

HAMILTON, (Leo, P. 0.) — The only village in this township, is beautifully situated on 
the west bank of the St. Joseph River, about 14 miles northeast of Fort Wayne; at this 
point there is a bridge across the St. Joseph River, built in 1866. The village contains 
three churches, viz. : one Methodist Episcopal, erected 1853, one United Brethren, erected 
1861, and one Roman Catholic, erected 1855 ; all handsome, well built edifices. The village 
also contains two saw, and one flour mill, three boot and shoemakers, three general stores, 
three wagonmakers, three blacksmiths, two saloons, one tannery, one woolen factory and 
two physicians, also one public school with an attendance of 75 pupils ; and a Lodge of 
A. F. & A. M., (Leo Lodge, No. 244.) Population, about 350. 



Eel River 

Is bounded on the east by Perry Township, west and north by Noble County, and south 
by Lake and Washington Townships. The surface of the country is even, and the soil a 
rich loam well adapted to the raising of all kinds of grain. The township was first settled 



Middle & Sloagland's Baking Powder is the Best and Cheapest 

ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. I'? 

about 1823, by F. C. Shoaff, Freeman Chase, William Mooney, Oliver Potter and otL"^ 
The first death occurring in the township, was that of Freeman Chase. The township con" 
tains seven public schools and five churches, viz. : three Methodist, two United Brethren 
all of which are well sustained. ' 



Jackson 

Is bounded on the east by Paulding County, Ohio, west bv Jefi-erson, north by Maumee 
and south by Monroe Townships. The surface of the country is level, and heavily timbered 
and is watered by Flat Rock Creek, the only stream in the township. The soil is cood' 
corn and wheat are the staple crops, although considerable attention is bein- paij to fruit 
growing. ° 

The first settlement was made in 1840, by George Ball, Jacob Mooney and Geor-e 
Hollinger, who were soon followed by others. The oldest settler now livin-'in the i,ow°n 
ship, IS George Hollinger. ° 

The township contains two school houses, a township library and one saw mill- there 
are no churches erected at present, but the citizens expect at an e.rly day to have 'two or 
three good houses. 

_ MONROE VILLE, (Monroe Township,) is the shipping point and post office for this town- 
ship. Population, about 100. 

Jefferson 

Is bounded on the north by Milan, south by Madison, east by Jackson, and west bv 
Adams Townships. The surface of the country is even, and heavily timbered, the soil -^ood 
and crops of all kinds do well. ° 

The township was first settled by Blackraorc and Garrett Whitnev, who built the fir.t 
house about the year 1833. The oldest settlers now living are Messrs. A. Powers Alanson 
Whitney, Eben Burgess, Joseph Gronaud and William Harper. The first birth occurring in 

the township, was that of Reuben Powers, in 1887. The first death a child of Post 

(who was drowned in 1836.) The first marriage took place in 1838, between Reuben Powers 
and Eveline Whitney; the marriage rites were celebrated by William Brown E-n of tl,?, 
occasion the following is told : ■■ 

"A party was collected for the purpose of "Belling "the newly married pair-the 
custom then as well as now. Mr. Whitney, (father of the bride,) hearilig of their intenMon 
determined on spoiling their fun, which he proceeded to do in the followinc. manner- as 
the dancing was going on inside the house, the ^^band" from without struck up a most dis' 
cordant air, the instruments being bells, tin-pans, horns, and most every conceivable thin-^ 
that would make a noise, when about the middle of their piece, old Whitnev stepped out° 
cudgel in hand, and put an end to the performances, by belaboring the heads' of the would' 
be musicians, and dealing a most unmerciful blow to one poor fellow, who was less fortunat" 
than the rest on the retreat, had to be carried home, and was for many days confined to \Z 
bed ; thus ended the first wedding in this township." 

The Toledo Wabash & Western Railway passes through the north-west corner of this 
township, as also the Wabash and Erie Canal. 

The Pittsburgh Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway, crosses the south-west corner of the 
township, affording excellent means of trausportation. 

The township contains one church, (Catholic,) 11 schools, and one township libr-irv 

MAPLES, a small village of about lOO inhabitants, is located on the Fort Wayne & 
Chicago Railway, about 10 miles distant From Fort Wayne 

A saw mill was started here, by Messrs. Bird & Bowser, about the yenr 1858 ■ thev 
afterwards introduced into the firm Mr. L. S. Maple, which circumstance in connectloii ' n 
the fact of there being considerable timber of that name in the neighborhood gave rise t. 
the name of Maple's town. ". feave rise to 

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The Best is the cheapest-BIDDLE & HOAGLAND'S Royal Baking Powder. 

18 ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEEK. 

For some reason, this village has not grown with the same rapidity, that has character- 
ized many of its neighbors. There is but little business transacted here, the only enter- 
prize worth mention, is that of Messrs. Bird, Bowser & Maples, and Messrs. Fitch & Maples, 
the last named are proprietor of an extensive Stave and Heading Manufactory, where they 
can turn out 20,000 staves or headings per day, using about 15 cords of the best Oak wood, 
and employing from 23 to 30 hands, and shipping on an an average from six to eight cars 
per month, each carrying 30,000 staves — besides this manufactory, with which is also con- 
nected Bird, Bowser & Maples Saw Mill, there is one saloon, one blacksmith shop, one cooper- 
shop, one physician, one notary public, one school, (dist,) one Lodge of L 0. G. T., and 
Post Office, also one Stave Finishing Factory, owned and condueted by Mr. George W> 
Ritter. 



Lafayette 

Township is situated in the southwest corner of the County, and was first settled 
in 1840, by Samuel Fogswell, William Jobes, James Wilson and Anthony Crummie. The 
first white child born, was Rebecca Fogswell ; the first death, Samuel Fogswell. The Town- 
ship contains five saw mills, two churches — one Methodist and one of all denominations, ten 
schools and a Township Library, (John Aekin, Librarian.) The Township is well timbered 
with hickory, white oak, walnut and maple. The surface is level, the principal products 
bein'' wlieat and corn. Pork is raised to a large extent. It is well watered by Eight Mile 
Creek, flowing in a northwest direction. The Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway crosses 
the extreme northwest corner. Little River crosses the same part. The Huntington road 
runs through the Township, and is the principal means of transportation. This Township is 
said to be one of the best in the State, as regards farming land and its timber. (No lodges 
of any kind, or papers published in Township.) The Township derives its name from Gene- 
ral Lafayette. 

ZANESVILLE P. 0. is in the southern part of the Township, and is the only town ; it 
is fifteen miles from Fort Wayne, and isou the line which divides Allen and Wells counties, 
the greater part of the town being in the latter. It contains one general store, one harness 
maker, one shoe store, 'one church, (all denominations,) one physician, (James Wyele,) and 
the Post Office, Oscar Wilson Post Master. The population is about 200. 



Lake 

Township is located In the western part of Allen County, and was first settled in the 
fall of 1835, by William Luckey, Samuel Caff'ery, and James Pringle. In the spring of 1836 
Francis Sweet, Sampson Pierson and John McClure settled in the Township. The Pitts- 
burgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway runs through the southern part of the Township, 
and is the principal means of transportation. The Township was organized in the spring of 
J8S7 and the first election was held on the first Monday in April, 1837. There are two 
steam saw mills, nine school houses and three churches — one Methodist, one United Brethren 
and one Free Will Baptist. There is a Good Templar Lodge— Good Litetil, No. 227 — having 
52 members ; also a Township Library. The soil is fertile, the principal products being 
wheat, corn and sorghum. 

ARC0LA village is situated in the southwest part of the Township, on the Pittsburgh, 
Fort Wavne and Chicago Railway. It is eight miles from Fort Wayne, and contains about 
200 inhabitants, two groceries and one blacksmith and wagon shop. 

LITCHFIELD is another Post Office in the northern part of the Township, Calvin 
Thomas, Post Master. 

PIERSON is a small village in the center of the Township. It derived its name from 
Sampson Pierson. Post Office was formerly located here, but has been removed. No busi- 
ness done in Pierson. 

Aboite Creek is in the southern part of the Township, and flows in a southerly direction. 
There is also a fine lake in the northwest part of the Township. 

I 



Take no Baking Powder but Biddle & Hoagland's. 

^ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEEE. 19 



Madison 

Township is located in the southeastern part of Allen Co., and is bounded on the north 
by Jefferson Township, south by Wells County, east by Monroe Township, and west by 
Marion Township. The Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway passes through the 
northeast corner of the Township, and is the only means of transportation. Monroeville, in 
Monroe Township, is the nearest shipping point, being about five miles distant from the 

center of this Township. The first settlement was make in 1838, by Messrs. Browning, 

William Hill, George Eagy, Andrew Meek, John Edwards and Milton Holmes. The oldest 
man in the township is Adam Emeneheiser, age 90. The township contains three saw mills, 
(owned by Messrs. Jacob Dague & Bro., Flachs & Fry, and Israel Grube,) several carpenters 
two blacksmith shops, three churches — one Presbyterian, erected 1848, with 25 members, 
James Elcox, Pastor; one Lutheran, (Evangelical,) erected 1866, with 70 members, E. W. 
Erick, Pastor; one Lutheran, erected 1846 — ten district schools, with an average attendance 
of thirty scholars each ; one Vigilant Committee, or society organized ten or fifteen years, 
owing to the depredations of horse thieves. Surface of country fiat, and heavily timbered 
with oak, ash, walnut, poplar, etc. Soil good, and well adapted to the raising of all kinds 
of grain, fruit and grass —grazing, especially being good. 

This Township was traversed by old General Wayne in his route to Fort Wayne from 
Pickwty. No Post OflSce in the Township. The mails are received at Monroeville. There 
are no running streams in the Township, but is well watered by springs, etc. Population 
about 1,200. 



*Marion 

Is bounded on the north by Adams Township, south by Adams and Wells County, east 
by Madison, and west by Pleasant Township. The surface of the country is flat, and heav- 
ily timbered with oak, ash, poplar, maple &c. The soil is fertile and well adapted to raising 
wheat, corn and oats. The nearest shipping point is Maples. The St. Mary'a river passes 
through the western part. 



tMaumee 

Is located in the eastern part of the county and on the state line, is bounded on the 
north by Scipio and Springfield Township, and on the south by Jackson, east by Paulding, 
County, Ohio, and west by Milan Township. The first settlement was made by Ulrich.. 
Saylor, Sr., Ulrich Saylor, Jr., and Solomon Swisher in the year 18.37. Township was organ- 
ized about 1843. The first children born were Julian and Ulrich Saylor, (third.) The first, 
deaths were Julian Saylor, in 1839, and Ulrich Saylor in 1841. First marriage was cele- 
brated between Betsy E. Saylor, and Charles Harding, in the year 1841. 

The oldest settlers now living are U. Saylor, Sr., U. Saylor, Jr., William Johnson and 
L. Lemort. Surface flat and in some parts swampy; soil, generally good and adapted to most 
classes of grain, especially on the bottom lands. Timber is easily obtained, consisting mostly 
of soft maple, elm, cottonwood &c., interspersed with oak anJ other hard wood. The 
township containes three schools, and one township library. Maumee river traverses the 
northern part of the township running nearly east and west, also Black Creek which heads 
in the north and flows into the Maumee river. 

The Wabash and Erie Canal also traverses the township, following the course of the 
Maumee on the south side. 

Mails are carried by Railroad, the Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway, running 



* We were promised a more'extended sketch of this township which failed to come 
to hand. 

f The name of the township originated from " Miami" Indian for Maumee, the name of 
a tribe of Indians, whose hunting grounds were along the banks of the river. 



''New York Store," 90 Columbia St., ROOT & CO., Jobbers and 

20 ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 

through township, although shipments are generally made by Canal to Antwerp, in Ohio, or 
to Fort Wayne, but a road is in course of construction which will make Woodburn ihe ship- 
ping point, it being near the centre of the township. 

WOODBURN, the only Post Office and town in this township, is a station on Toledo 
Wabash and Western Railway, fifteen miles east of Fort Wayne, it is a small place of sev- 
enty five or eighty inhabitants, contains one grocery, one saloon and one school house, here 
is located J. K. Edgertoa's large stave and heading manufactory employing twenty or thirty 
hands, with the capacity to turn out 24000 rough staves per day. 



Milan 

Is situated in the northeast part of the county and about lO miles from Fort Wayne. 
First settlement was made near the Maumee river by George Foxstater, Charles Shriner, 
Andrew Wakefield, John Nuttles, Wilkes Gillet, Nathan Lake and Alvin Hall, who settled 
from 1836 to 1840. Township organized in 1841. The principal streams is the Maumee river, 
six mile, nine mile and ten mile creeks. The soil is clay with ridges of sand. The timber 
found here consist of white oak, ash, walnut and maple. The Wabash and Erie and the 
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway, passes through the township. It contains one Luth 
eran society, hold services at present in the school house located on the ridge road, nine 
district schools, one township library, and one Post Office, located on the ridge road about 
10 miles from Fort Wayne, Solomon Beninghoif, Post Master. Population, 800. 



Monroe 

Is located in the southeast corner of Allen County, midway between the rivers St. Mary 
and Maumee, a distance of sixteen miles from Fort Wayne, and bordering on the Ohio State 
Line fourteen miles from Van Wert, Ohio. This Township has the facilities afforded by the 
Pittsburgh Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway running direct through the center of the 
Township, thus rendering an easy access with the City of Fort Wayne, or Village of Van 
Wert by rail, and affording a good market for the immense amount of choice timber for 
which this township is noted. The land is of an undulating surface, composed of a rich 
black sandy loam well adapted to the raising of corn, wheat, oats, rye, barley, grass and 
potatoes, with all the cereals requisite for table use. The principal commerce of this town- 
ship consists of the large quantity of staves, spokes, lumber and hub timber, ' together with 
the hoop poles and liVe stock which are being constantly shipped from Monroeville, the 
principal market place, situated in the centre of the township. This township was first 
settled in 1838 or 1839 by a few hardy pioneers who had the courage and fortitude so essen" 
tial to the early settlers to induce them to forgo the comforts and societies of older States 
for the new and most bitter trials of manhood which have to be endured in settling up a 
new country, in the midst of a dense wilderness far from markets of any kind, with nothing to 
cheer them but the prospects of the future, among them there is none more worthy 
of note than Peter Slemmer and Hugh Anderson, the two first settlers of Monroe Township, 
or of those who immediately followed them, Noah Clem, Samuel Clem, William Rabbit, 
Moses Railed"-e William Ratledge, Elijah Redenhouse, John Fredline, John Stephenson, 
Thomas Meeks and Asa Dillon, many of whom are still living upon their now old and im- 
proved farms, and are capable yet of telling of the self-trying times they have endured that 
they might reap the benefits in their older days. 

The first white male child that was born in the townsliip was John Ratledge. The oldest 
man now living in the township is Hugh Anderson, who, though very old, is still able to 
look to the interests of his farm and household. Monroe unlike the most of the 
other townships, can boast of a smart thriving village situated about the centre of the town- 
ship wherein is constanly in operation numerous factories, steam saw and grist milk, toge- 
ther with all the other branches of mechanism usually carried on in inland towns or villages, 
while as for churches, schools and societies in general, it is unsurpassed by any township in 



Retailers of Domestics, Silks, Sliawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 21 

the County, excepting Wayne. And can boast of every convenience calculated to render 
life pleasant in a society where benevolence and energy is necessary for public improvementa 
as will be seen readily by observing the various churches, schools, and benevolent societies, 
such as Masonic, Odd Fellows and Good Templars, together with the Ladies' Sociable, 
wherein the mite is given freely for such charitable purposes as the society deem most 
needy. For a more full description of the township we would refer the reader to the history 
of Monroeville, hereunto connected. 

MONROEVILLE, the centre of Monroe Township was first laid out as a town by John 
Barnhart, Esq., in 1854 and is located 16 miles eastward from Fort Wayne on the Pittsburg, 
Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway, and is sixteen miles from Vanwert, Ohio, and 12 miles 
from Decatur, the county seat of Adams County, Indiana; thus rendering it a thriving inland 
business point with a population from 8 to 12 hundred inhabitants, and at present has 
three large stave manufactories ; two steam saw mills ; one large flouring mill ; four dry goods 
stores; three grocery and provision stores; two blacksmith shops; one wagon shop, with 
various others, such as carpenter, cabinet, boot, shoe and harness shops. This town for 
many years after it was laid out was nothing but a mail station upon the Railroad, and its 
entire growth as seen at present has been accomplished within the last two or three years^ 
and so rapid has been its prosperity that within one year's time it has surpassed every 
village in the county for business facilities derived from manufactories and merchandise. 

The citizens of Monroeville are, in general, enterprising and industrious, and seem to 
possess a pubblic pride worthy of commendation, as will be readily observed from their 
nice churches that have been erected within the last year, with other fine buildings, already 
completed and in progress of erection, such as school houses, town halls, etc. The streets 
are kept in good repair, and few towns can boast of better sidewalks having double the age 
of Monroeville. The inhabitants take a high stand in favor of education, and have already 
contributed largely for the purpose of erecting a Graded School suitable for the town, and 
surrounding country churches are well attended, and all seem to vie with each other in 
helping to preserve order and friendly feeling^ throughout the town. Of religious denomi- 
nations there are three — Methodist Episcopal, Lutheran and Catholic, each denomination 
having a fine church and a large congregation. The benevolent institutions of Monroeville 
are as follows: The Monroeville Masonic Lodge, No. 293 ; the Independent Order of Good 
Templars, and the Brotherhood of Odd Fellows. Each order having a large number of mem- 
bers, and are in a thriving condition, possessing good halls, and meet regularly. 

The principal business of the town is derived from the fine timber that surrounds it, and 
from the immense amount of staves, lumber, spokes and hubs that are bought at this place, . 
giving employment to numerous hands in the manufacture of the same, and distributing 
weekly about four or five thousand dollars for those articles of trade. While at the same 
time Monroeville is the principal market place for Decatur, the county seat of Adams 
County, thus helping to 'contribute occupation for teaming to and fro between the two 
towns, and affording plenty of bysiness for livery and horse dealers, together with the advan- 
tages derived therefrom for the two hotels of the place, where accommodations can bo 
obtained worthy of the landlords, who endeavor to render the comfort and happiness of 
their guests their chief satisfaction. 

Trustees. — A. A. Baker, President ; E. G. Coverdale, Secretary and Treasurer ; William 
Wagner ; Joseph Merriotte ; Lyman Walker ; A. Swift. Meet first and second Mondays of 
each month. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Alex. Argo, Marshall; A. A. Baker and C. H. Schick, Justices of the Peace ; Andrew 
Grandstaff, Constable, by appointment. Election first Monday in April. - 



Perry 

T'ownship is bounded on the North by DeKalb County, South by Washington and St 
Joseph Townships, East by Cedar Creek, and West by Eel River Townships. The surface 



Biddle & Hoagland's is the only reliable Baking Powder. 

22 ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 

of the country is rolling and heavily timbered. The soil well adapted to raising all kinds of 
grain and fruits, the principle products being wheat and corn. 

The &rA settlement of the township was made in 1830 by Mr. Wicks, (who felled the 
first tree,) W. S. Hunter, Joseph Hunter, and Mr. Hatch. The country previous to this 
time had been an unbroken wilderness and the sleep of the little settlement was only dis- 
turbed by the fierce howl of the wolf and other animals. The incidents following the first 
settlement for a great many years were not unlike other new settlements. This being a 
heavy timbered country, with a rich soil, the introduction of corn, wheat, oats, etc., were the 
first things thought of, and to accomplish this end the timber was soon hewn away, and 
where the giant forest then stood we now see extensive fields of the common products of 
Northern Indiana. 

The first white child born in the township was Harriet Wicks, the first death was Jason 
Hatch. The oldest settler now living in the township is Major King. This township con- 
tains one hotel, John Grubb, proprietor ; three gro.cery and two shoe stores, three blacksmith 
shops, one steam saw mill and two saw mills, (water power.) There are five churches: One 
Presbyterian, two Methodists, one United Brethern, one Lutheran and one Universalist. 
There is one Seminary situated in the centre of the township, and seven District Schools. 
The township also contains one Libraiy, one Masonic Lodge, which meets once a month, 
and one Lodge of Good Templars who meet weekly. 

There are, also, two oil springs in the township, one on the farm of Danford Parker, 
within sight of Huntertown, the other on the farm of Mr. Tucker. The former was dis- 
covered by Mr. Parker to contain oil in 1S55, he however paid but little attention to it until 
1866 when Messrs. Tichner k Co., took a survey of the place and gave a favorable account, 
leased the grouftd and commenced operations. Interests in the lease were soon disposed at 
exhorbitant prices under the excitement of the times ; boring was continued to the depth of 
180 feet, when the pipe became twisted and a new commencement had to be made. Mean- 
time the company became dissatisfied at the manner in which things had been conducted; 
quarreling began, the well was reported to have been doped, from quarreling litigation began. 
Tichner & Co., having lined their pockets by the rich sale of the_ lease, abadoned the place 
as well as the project and the whole thing fell through. The Spring, however, still continvjes 
to produce oil. 

HUNTERTOWN, (Perry Post Office,) is an incorporated town situated in the northwest 
part of the township about 10 miles from Fort Wayne on the Lima Plank Road. There are 
also two Railroads in course of construction, one commencing at Richmond, Indiana, and run- 
ning northwest to Grand Rapids, Michigan, passing through Fort Wayne and Huntertown, 
the other is to run from Fort Wayne to the eastern part of Michigan. Tne two roads are to 
run upon the game grade to this place, where they are to form a junction, one taking an 
easterly course the other a westerly one. The village now contains about 160 inhabitants, 
one dry goods and grocery store, with post office, two grocery stores, three blacksmith shops, 
two boot and shoe stores, one fur glove factory, one hotel and one Physician. Thus it 
may be seen that with ihe rich, fertile soil, adapted to all kinds of fruit raising and agricul- 
ture, together with the easy mode of transportation, to say nothing of the mineral resources, 
this is destined to be one of the leading places of the county, if not of Northern Indiana. 

Population of township, 1200. 



*Pleasant. 

Is bounded on the North by Wayne Township, South by Wells County, East by Marion, 
and West by Lafayette Township. The surface is level and is adapted to raising wheat and 
corn, which are its principal products. The township is well timbered with white oak, 
hickory, walnut and Maple. The St. Mary's River runs through the northeast" corner of 
ihe township. Fort Wayne is the nearest post office. 

*We were promised a more extended sketch of this township, which failed to come to 
hand. 



Biddie & Soagland's Baking Powder is the best and cheapest 

ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 23 

St. Joseph 

Is bounded on the north by Perry and Cedar Creek, on the south by Adams, ou the 
east by Milan, and on the west by Washington townships. The first settlers were Philip 
Lee, John Herbert, Christian Parker, Jacob Sturm, Uriah Notestine and John Tilbury, and 
was organized in the spring of 1835. The St. Joseph River, (from which the name of the 
township is derived,) runs in a southwesterly direction, and is the principal means of trans- 
portation. The surface is flat "and the soil is fertile, of a clay loam and is well adapted to 
raising wheat, corn, rye and oats, which are its principal productions. It is well timbered 
with white oak, beech and maple. The nearest railroad station is Fort Wayne, which is 
about nine miles from center of township. 

This township contains four churches — one German Lutheran, built in 1848, one Meth- 
odist, built in 1864, one Catholic, built in 1866, and one of all denominations built in 1848. 
There are, also, ten District Schools, and one Township Library — Daniel Eby, Librarian. 
The Fort Wayne Paper Mills are located in this township, as are also five saw mills. 

The Academy of the Sacred Heart, six miles from Fort Wayne, on the Auburn road, 
is beautifully located, and is a brick building eighty by forty-five feet, four stories high It 
was built last year and at present but few improvements have been made, but a bright 
future is anticipated. This Institution is connected with the Church of St. Vincent de 
Paul. There is at present fifty-five scholars, who are taught by four Sisters of Charity. 
The Academy own one hundred and twenty acres of land, which is well watered and 
timbered. 



Scipio 

Is situated in the northeast corner of Allen County, a distance of twenty miles from 
the city of Ft. Wayne and five miles from the Wabash & Erie Canal and Railroad at Antwerp, 
Ohio, or twelve miles from the Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana R. II., at Butler, in 
DeKalb County, Indiana. This township was first settled in the summer of 1838 and is now 
noted as one of the finest townships in the county, containing fine farms, well watered by 
flowing or Artesian wells, and cultivated with all the modern improvements of the age. Its 
soil is a rich, black, sandy loam, well adapted to producing wheat, corn, oats, rye, barley, 
hay and potatoes, while the surface is undulating and rolling, rendering it healthy for both 
man and beast. The first settlers were Piatt Squiers, Benjamin Borden, Marvin and Jehiel 
Parks, Lucius, Nathan and William Palmer, together with George and Robert Dorsey, 
Philip J. Shell and John Wentworth. The first white child born in the township was 
Lafayette Squiers. The first death was Laura Squiers (occasioned by burning.) The oldest 
settler now living in the township is Thomas Jackson, a native of England, who emigrated 
to this township at an early day, and has the satisfaction of seeing all of his sons and 
grand children settled around him on magnificent farms as a reward for his early privations 
and industry in helping to settle the country and township. 

The early settlers of this township had to endure untold of hardships for the first and 
second years of settlement, being compelled to buy their food and clothing at the trad 
ing post known as Fort Wayne, and float it down the Maumee River in canoes to the State 
line, then pack their provisions on their backs a distance of six miles through k dense 
wilderness, inhabited only by Indians and innumerable droves of wolves, bears and wild cat-, 
while their wives and families were left alone with no protection but the heorism of the 
mother and watchful care of the All-wise Protector. The material wealth of this township 
consists in the large droves of stock seen upon the various larms of all kinds, together 
with the rich fields of grain and grass, only realized by those who know what energy, thrift 
and industry will accomplish in a neighborhood when all are striving to excel. The materials 
for building are easily obtained from the fine belts of timber land abounding in oak, 
walnut, ash, hickory, poplar, elm, butternut, beech, maple and wild cherry. 

The relgious denominations represented in the township are the Methodist Episcopal, 
aad the Disciple or Campbellite. The Methodists have a fine church, with preaching and 



ROOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a large stock of Cloakiiigs, Cloths, 
2+ 



ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTP:EK. 



Sabbath School every Sabbath. There are good, well-attended, free district schools, with a 
high state of feeling for tlieui and moral society, lloads are saudy and good, and show a 
pride in the inhabitants worthy of commendation. 

The orchards abound in the choicest kinds of fruit, unsurpassed in this clime, rendering 
the comforts and conveniences derived therefrom, cheap, and within the reach of all, while 
the situation of tlie Township — being between the Maumee and St. Joseph Rivers, which are 
only twelve miles apart — render the facilities for mills and manufactories of easy access, 
and maki'ig the few small streams that traverse the surface of this township swift running 
water, thus yielding the necessary result — a healty location. 



Springfield 

Township i* located in the northeastern part of Allen Co., fourteen miles northeast from 
Fort Wayne, the county seat. The nearest shipping points is Woodburn Station, on the 
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway, six miles south from the center of the township. 
Cedarville, the head of slack water navigation on the St. Joseph River, six miles west, and 
Fort Wayne, fourteen miles southwest. 

The first settlement was made in the spring of 1836, by William Glaze and family, con- 
sisting of his wife and son, and William Sweet and tvife, with one son and two daughters. 
William Glaze built the first house in the township, just we^t of the site of the present 
village of Maysville, on the land now owned and occupied by Isaac Dresbacli. This same 
season (1836) Isaac Hall, Ezra May, William Ringwalt, Henry Gruber, and a man by the 
name of King, settled in the township. The township was organized in the year 1837. It 
was named by Isaac Hall, Esq., after Springfield Township, Summit County Ohio, his former 
home. Ezra May, Esq., was the first Justice of the Peace. The first couple married were 
Isaac Hall to Miss Jane S. Burdue. The first birth was a son to Henry and Lelou Gruber. 
The first death was Mary Eliza, daughter of Ezra and Anna May. The first school house 
was erected near the site of the present village of Maysville, and Miss Anna S. Bracy, now 
the wife of James Ireland, Esq., taught the first term of school within the township. The 
oldest settler now living in this township is Samuel Omo, aged 83 years, and was a veteran 
soldier under the first Napoleon. There are two Post Offices, one (Hall's Corners, John 
Shaffer, Post Master) in the northeastern part of the township, and one (Harlan, John 
Beechgood, Post Master) in the village of Maysville. The office at Hall's Corners was named 
after Isaac Hall, formerly post master, and the Harlan office was called after the Hon. 
Andrew Harlan, a member of Congress at the time the office was located or established. 
There are seven churches now built, and one in course of erection, in the township, as 
follows: two Methodist Episcopal, having one hundred and thirty members ; two Methodist 
Protestant, having seventy members ; two Lutheran, having one hundred and thirty 
members, and one United Brethren, having forty members. The Methodist Episcopal 
Chuich in Maysville, built in the year 1849, was the first church edifice erected in the town- 
ship. The Lutheran Church, three miles east from Maysville, was built in 1852. In the 
year 1856 three churches were built, viz: The United Brethren, in Maysville ; the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church, four miles east from Maysville, and the Methodist Protestant, four 
miles northeast from Maysville. In the year 1858 a Methodist Pi'otestant Church was built 
in the village of Cuba, one mile southwest from Maysville. The last church built in the 
township was the Lutheran Church, in 1860, near the center of the township. Tiiere is also 
a church in course of erection, one mile north from the center of the township. In the 
township there are twelve schools and eleven school houses, classified as follows: one brick, 
nine frame and one log building — eleven common and one graded school; two steam grist 
mill, five steam sawmills, using annually about eight thousand merchantable logs ; one 
shingle mill, eight stores and groceries, four boot and shoe establishments, one harness 
shop, four wagon shops, eight blacksmith shops, one tailor shop, one cabinet sbop, one 
butcher shop, one livery stable, one gunsmith shop, one cooper shop, one tavern, three 
ministers, residing in township; four physicians, one Masonic Lodge, with a membership 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

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numbering 38, and holding its regular meetings the first Friday on or preceeding the full of 
the moon. There are, in the township, two towns, or villages, bearing the names, respec- 
tively, of Maysville and Cuba. Population about 2,000. 

MAYSVILLE, the principal village and place of business, is situated one mile west, and 
two miles south, from the center of the township, and is fourteen miles northeaast from 
Fort Wayne. It derives its name from Ezra May, Esq., one of the first settlers, and the 
original proprietor of the lauds upon which a portion of the village is built. He erected 
the first steam saw mill, and owned the first store in the township, on the present site of 
Maysville. The village, at the present time, contains a population of 250 inhabitants. It 
has one steam grist mill, three steam saw mills, one shingle mill, one post office, two 
churches, five stores, one grocery, two wagon shops, three blacksmith shops, two boot and 
shoe shops, one saddle and harness shop, one cabinet shop, one gunsmith shop, one tailor 
shop, one livery stable, two common and one graded school, one tannery (in course of 
erection), one Masonic lodge and three physicians. 

CUBA is situated one mile southwest from Maysville, contains a population of fifty, has 
one grist mill (not now in operation), one steam saw mill, one store, one blacksmith shop, 
one church, one school house, one physician and one cooper shop. Of the streams that run 
through the township, the St. Joseph River, running in a southwest course, through the 
northwest corner of the township, and Black Creek, rising near the center of the township, 
and running in a southeasterly course, drains the south half of the township. The surface 
of the country is rolling, and at the time of its first settlement, was covered by as fine a 
body of timber as grew on the same amount of land in any portion of the West. The prin- 
cipal timber is black walnut, poplar, butternut, white, black and blue ash, white, red and 
burr oak, sugar maple, elm, bass-wood, cotton-wood, wild cherry, beech and hickory. The 
soil is principally clay and sandy loam, yields well, and in favorable seasons, when well 
attended to, turns out cropa equal to the best lands of the west. Stone coal, of a good 
quality, has been found in several different localities within the township, at an average 
depth of forty feet below the surface. It is expected that an attempt •'rill soon be made to 
ascertain its extent, the thickness of the coal seam, and the posibility of its being worked 
profitably. There are numerous artesian, or fountain, wells located in the southeastern part 
of the township. The water is obtained by boring to a depth, varying from twenty-five to 
forty feet, when the water rises through a tube, prepared for that purpose, from three to six 
feet above the surface of the earth, and continues so to fiow for months and years without 
any seeming increase or decrease of the supply. The fountain water haa never been 
analyzed, but it undoubtedly possesses medicinal qualities of a superior order. The inhabi- 
tants of this township are an enterprising, thrifty and industrious people, as a class, and 
have converted a wilderness into smiling fields and pleasant homes, where contentment and 
plenty now repay them for their early hardships and toil. 

Washington 

Township is situated in the northwest part of the county. The south line of the town- 
ship bordering on the north line of the City of Fort Wayne. Several of the main roads 
leading from Fort Wayne to different parts of the country pass through this township. Fort 
Wayne is its best and nearest shipping point. 

The surface of the country is rolling, with a gradual slope towards the south and east. 
The soil is a sandy loam, and is adapted to raising wheat, corn, oats and timothy, and is well 
watered by the St. Joseph River, Spy Run and Becket's Branch. 

The first settlement was made near the central part, along the south line, extending 
toward the east part of the township, in the years 1824-5, by the following persons: 
*Rhinehart Gripe, (1824,) flsaac Klinger, (1824,) fNicholas Klinger, (1824,) fAndrew More, 
(1825,) John S. Archer, (1825,) JDavid Archer, (1826,) fAdam Pettit, (1826,) John Cook, 
(1826), ^:Thomas Hatfield, (1826,) and *Asahel Savery,, (1826.) 

*Unknown. fResideuts of township. :J;Deceased. 



Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Use at 

26 ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 

This township was organized in March, 1832, at the March session of the County Com- 
missioners. In the same year John S. Archer was appointed inspector of elections until 
the next April. The election was held at the residence of Thomas Hatfield. Moses Siveta 
was elected Justice of the Peace. 

The first white child born was David L. Archer, born January 1st, 1827. The first death 
was Katharine Ihler, who died July 2d, 1825. The oldest settlers now living in the township 
are Joseph Porchey, aged 94, and Wainwright Babel, aged 91. 

The township contains nine business firms, as follows: two saw mills, Peter Blystone, and 
Charles G. Emery, proprietors; two flour mills, Artie, (steam,) John C. Pfeiffner & Co., pro- 
prietors, and the St. Joe, J. E. Hill, Jr. & Co., proprietors; two tanneries, E. Weisser & 
Co., and Weisser & Geistafer, proprietors ; one agricultural machine works ; one French 
brewery, L. & L. C. Centliver, proprietors, and one restaurant. 

There are two churches— one Catholic, (St. Vincent de Paul,) located in the n. e. i of 
sec. 12, east line of township; it was built in 1861, and the Parsonage in 1862; the 
number of families attending is about 100. One Methodist (Bethel Chapel) is in the north- 
west part of the township, and was built in 1842 ; number of members, 16. There are three 
libraries, one township, one of about 600 volumes; John McQuiston, Librarian. One 
Sunday School at Bethel Church, containing 125 volumes, and one Union Sunday School 
at School House No. 3, of 100 volumes. 

The first school held in the township was in 1829, in a log cabin. It was taught by 
Alexander Waldren, and had ten scholars. 

The township now contains eight public schools, with an average attendance of 652, and 
two German Lutheran schools, one of which is situated in the eastern part, and has an 
average attendance of 23 scholars ; the other is in the southwestern part, and has about 
25 scholars. 

The yearly report of horses, cattle, grain, &c., for the township, is as follows: 374 
horses, mules and asses, valued at $11,585; 908 head of cattle, valued at $5,777; 1,328 
sheep, valued at $1,328; and 1,S00 head of swine, valued at $2,068. Bushels of wheat 
raised, 16,952, valued at $12,714; corn, 32,374 bushels, valued at $4,856; rye, 1,061 
bushels, valued at $397; oats, 15,172 bushels, valued at $2,275; potatoes, 8,680 bushels, 
valued at $868 ; barley, 234 bushels, valued at $93 ; grass seed, 205 bushels, valued at $460. 
The number of barrels of pork was 535, valued at $4,380. Value of other slaughtered 
animals, $197. There was 18,940 pounds of lard made, valued at $880. The value of the 
poultry is $160, and of orchard products, $580. There was 789 tons of hay raised, valued 
at $3,945 ; 1,461 pounds of wool, valued at $373 ; and eight gallons of wine, valued at six 
dollars, making a total valuation of $66,497. 

There are three stage lines, passing thr ough the township, and the mail is carried by 
them respectively to Goshen, Kendallville and Hamilton. St. Vincent — the Post Office, 
(Jean B. Cordeway, P. M.,) is situated on the east line of the township. The present popu 
lation over twenty-one years of age is 357. 



Wayne 

Is bounded on the north by Washington, south by Pleasant, east by Adams, and west 
by Aboite Townships. In this township is the city of 

FORT WAYNE, situated on an elevated plain, at the junction of the St. Mary's and St. 
Joseph Rivers, has from an early period been a point of great interest. As early as 1700, 
the French visited it for the purpose of trade with the Indians, and prior to 1719 they 
established here a regular Trading Post, and it became one of their most important com- 
mercial centers. In the Miami dialect, the place was called Ke-ki-ong-gay, and Ke-ki-ouge 
in the Pottawattamie. Vandreuil, Governor of Louisiana, writing in 1751, located "Fort 
Miami" at this point. It was a small stockade foit, built by the French, situated near the 
St. Mary's, probably in the vicinity of the canal aqueduct. The dim outlines of this Fort 
were traced by General Wayne, inl794, and by Colonel John Johnston, in 1800. 



[EYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 2* 



At different periods, four nations have held dominion here. The untutored Indian for 
centuries ; and for half a century prior to the conquest of Canada, the tri-coiored flag waved 
at the meeting of the St. Joseph and the St. Mary's, after that, in December, 1760, the 
British flag was run up in its stead, upon a fort erected upon the east bank of the St. Jo- 
seph, near its mouth. May 27, 1763, during Pontiac's war, a small garrison stationed there, 
was massacred through the treacherous influence of the French traders over the Indians. 
This was about the last exertion of French power on this continent, east of the Mississippi. 

The Declaration of Independence, in 1776, was the commencement of an era that 
established the rule of the United States as the fourth power that reigned over this region, 
and still reigns, greater than all that preceded it. The sagacious mind of Washington, at 
an early period, fixed upon' the junction of the rivers as of commanding importance for a 
strong military post ; and the main purpose of the campaign of 1791, was for its occupation 
as a center of military operations for the North-west. His plans contemplated a garrison 
of one thousand or twelve hundred men, but the defeat of General ^St. Clair, within a day's 
march, defeated his well-matured plans, and at that time the American army failed to 
occupy this favorite rendezvous of the savage Indians— this " Federal city" of the tribes that 
formed the Miami Confederation. 

In 1794 the United States were more successful. After defeating the Indians at the 
Rapids of tlie Maumee, Gen. Wayne marched to this point, and selected here a command- 
ing site for a fort ; and in October of that year, " Fort Wayne" was completed. From that 
period, and bearing that name, for now seventy-one years, this has been a center of Amer- 
ican civilization and power. It continued to grow in importance until 1825, when the first 
plat of the town was made, and it was laid out and incorporated as the " Town of Fort 
Wayne." Since that time there has been a steady, uniform and healthy progress. 

From time to time numerous additions have been made to the original plat — November, 
1833, the County Addition ; October, 1836, Swing's, and May, 1837, Hanna's Addition, with 
many others since, that have extended the limits of the town something over two miles east 
and west, and nearly the same distance north and south ; and the population has kept equal 
pace with its enlarged dimensions. 

In 1828, the population of the town and its immediate vicinity, was estimated at about 
500 ; and in 1830 it was computed at about 800. In the winter of 1839 a Charter was 
granted by the Legislature for a City corporation, and on the 2d day of March, 1840, a vote 
of the citizens was taken upon the adoption or rejection of the Charter, which was adopt- 
ed. The population was then about 1,200 ; in 1850, it reached 4,200 ; and in 1860 it was 
10,300; at the present time, from the rapid growth of the past five years, the population 
must equal 22,000. 

The causes that produced this rapid growth, are apparent. The commanding situation 
of the town, in the center of a largo and fertile scope of country that sought this point for 
trade, with no competing town, and the facilities for export and import, were important 
elements in its growth. The facilities for this commerce, resulted from the important inter- 
nal improvements constructed so as to make this an important point in their routes. 

The first of these was the Wabash and Erie Canal, completed from the west in 1838, and 
from the east in the fall of 1842, thus connecting Fort Wayne with Lake Erie, at Toledo. 
By affording the means of shipping direct to the Lake, the canal drew the trade of a large 
region of country, north and south, immediately to this point. The water power resulting 
from this improvement, furnished facilities for the erection of mills and manufactories that 
were of great importance in its progress ; and from this period it took a new start, and this 
impetus continued till the era of Plank Roads, in 1648. These roads were constructed with 
much energy and rapidity to a great distance in every direction, attracting an increased trade 
from a large and fertile section of country. Lastly came the Railroads. The Ohio and 
Indiana Railroad was first located, in 1852, and completed in 1854. The Fort Wayne and 
Chicago Railroad commenced in 1854, and completed in 1857, which two roads being consol- 
idated with the Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad, constitute the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and 
Chicago Railway Company, making a line 467 miles in length, and inferior in importance to 
no road in the United States, and equal to any in its management and success. 



Lamps, Chandeliers and Brushes at 

28 ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 



Next followed the Toledo and Western Railway, located in 1854 and completed in 1856, 
connecting Lake Erie with the Mississijipi. 

Aside from the travel and freight brought to Fort Wayne, thus adding largely to its 
commerce, it has the fortunate position of being a central point on these great lines, and 
hence was the best location for their extensive shops for repair and the building of rolling 
stock, for both the roads. They therefore erected shops so extensive that they should be 
visited and examined, to properly realize their magnitude and importance. 

The Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway buildings consist of a round-house, 140 feet 
in diameter, with capacity for 24 engines; brick machine shop, 100 feet wide by 160 feet 
long; blacksmith shop, 40 feet wide and 160 feet long ; wood shop, 30 feet wide and 200 feet 
long. A brick freight depot, 25 feet wide and 60 feet long; an elegant and convenient 
Passenger Depot, 40 feet wide by 100 feet long. 

These shops and the working of the road give employment to over 500 men, with a 
monthly pay-roll of over $30,000, and an expenditure for material of $250,000 per month. 
The shops of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway exceed in size and importance 
in direct ratio with the increased length of the road, and embrace a brick depot 290 feet 
long by 1 60 wide, and two stories high ; freight house 200 feet by 60 feet ; brick office for 
Vice President, Superintendent and Engineers, 50 feet square, two stories high ; transfer 
house 25 feet by 100. In addition to these buildings, for the general business of the road, 
all the machine work, building of cars, and repair work for the entire Western Division, 
from Crestline to Chicago, 280 miles, is done here, requiring extensive building and immense 
expenditures. 

A car shop, main building two stories high, 225 feet by 75 feet, with two wings 185 feet 
by 75 feet, which turns out 30 passenger cars annually, and 50 freight cars per month or 600 
a year, and uses 18,000,000 feet of lumber per year, and iron and other materials in propor- 
tion. Machine shop for the building and repair of engines, 335 feet long by 110 feet wide, 
one story, and offices at the south end, two stories, and 30 feet square. Boiler shop, 140 feet 
by 60 feet, and in the second story, copper and tin shop. A blacksmith shop, 320 feet by 80 
feet. Round House 310 feet in diameter, with stalls for 48 engines. Water House 50 feet 
square, two stories high. Fire proof oil house 30 feet square, two stories high. Paint shop 
150 feet by 75 feet, with capacity for eight cars. All these building are of brick, and of the 
most substantial character, and covering over six acres of ground. The men employed and 
the expenditures are equal to the extent and importance of the buildings. Men in the mo- 
tive power department, under the control of Isaac Dripps, Esq., are 983, in the transportation 
department 538, in road or maintainance way department 1,330, station agents and tele- 
graph operators 160, total of men 3,020. At an expense for labor and material for the 
month of October, 1866, motive power department, $53,992 67; road, $49,817 19; trans- 
portation, $30,080 60 ; total, $133,890 46. For material in motive power department, $67,- 
643 53; road, $81,567 98; transportation, $3,540 98; total for material, $152,752 49; 
total for men and material, $286,642 95. This vast expenditure for buildings, men and ma- 
terials, gives a satisfactory solution of the surprise expressed by citizens and strangers alike, 
at the rapid and substantial growth of our city. The prospect of three other roads to be 
completed at an early day, the Fort Wayne and Cincinnati, the Grand Rapids and Northern 
Indiana, and the Fort Wayne and Southern, will tend to continue this rapid growth. 

Following the railroad improvements in March, 1855, the Fort Wayne Gas Company was 
incorporated and extensive works erected so as to light the city in October. The growth of 

he city has required the erection of a new holder 60 feet in diameter, 20 feet deep, with 

capacity for 58,000 feet of gas. The pipe is extended over seven miles and the consumption 

34,000 feet per day. 

This year a system of improving the streets was inaugurated, and the result is the 

Nicholson Pavement, that meets the approval of all, is now built on our principal streets 

and is to be extended as far as the public want demands. 

While thus contemplating the public works as the great cause of our rapid growth, 



MEYEE BROTHERS & CO- 2 Keystone Block. 

ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 29 

ptivate enterprise should not be overlooked, as an equally important element in the rapid 
increase and prosperity of the city. The extensive water power of our canal and rivers has 
led to the erection of eight extensive merchant mills, whose manufacture command the 
highest price in the eastern marliet, also eight planing mills, and sash and door factories, 
which employ over 300 men to whom they give constant employment, together with four 
large steam tanneries with work for 150 men. 

Prominent among private enterprises are our machine shops and foundries. The Fort 
Wayne Machine Works of Bass & Hanna, with a machine shop 44 feet by 116 feet black- 
smith shop 44 feet by 30 feet, foundry 60 feet by 120 feet, car wheel shop 60 feet' by 100 
feet, and boiler shop 50 feet by 125 feet— all substantial brick buildings. The works give 
employment to 125 men with an average pay roll of $8,000, and a monthly expenditure for 
material of $45,000. 

Besides these, the shops of J. C. Bowser & Co., and of Murray & Bennigin, each with an 
average pay-roll of $5,000 and an expenditure for materials of $20,000. All these works 
are employed to their fullest capacity and are unable to keep up with the demand for their 
work, which is of the most superior character. The large woolen factory of French Hanna 
& Co., four stories in height, 105 feet long by 55 feet wide, giving employment to seventy 
workmen, with a demand for their work that they cannot supply, is another important 
enterprise. 

Also the extensive hub, spoke and bending factory of Olds, Hanna & Co., a three-story 
brick building, 50 by 120 feet, with two warehouses, one 80 by 130 feet, the other 25 by 85 
feet, and a two story brick, 50 by 175 feet, employing 150 men, using a million feet of sawed 
lumber, and making a million and a half of spokes annually. Nor must we overlook the 
four-story cabinet shop of John M. Miller, 40 by 120 feet, and employing 50 or 60 men, or 
the cabinet works of Griebel & Fee, and John J. Klaehen. 

The recent erection of the extensive shops of the Excelsior Agricultural Works on the 
railroad, in the Lewis Addition, and of the Fort Wayne Agricultural Works, in the North 
Side Addition, with capacity for over 300 men, and which manufactured, the past year 1 000 
reapers and mowers, and threshing machines in proportion, have also added much to the 
enterprise and business of the city. These, w.ith numerous other manufactories, of which 
the limits of this sketch forbid a full description, are all elements of growth and prosperity 
and readily account for our rapid progress, that must be permanent, with such extensive 
works to sustain it, supported by a fertile country, and an exhaustless supply of the best 
timber. 

Turning from this view of the public works and private manufactures to the commerce 
of the city, we find there equal prosperity in every department of trade, not excelled by 
any city of its population in the West. The dry goods stores number over 80, some whole- 
sale, with a trade of $300,000 a year, and retail stores over $200,000 a year ; 80 hardware 
iron and stove stores, single stores reaching a trade of $150,000; and over 40 boot and 
shoe stores, with a heavy trade • '70 grocery stores, some with a trade reachino- near 
$200,000 ; 12 drug stores, the trade of a single house being $250,000 ; 30 clothino- stores 
some with a trade of $150,000, with book and jewelry stores and all the varied branches of 
trade, and the credit of no merehants in the West stand higher than those of Fort Wayne 
In capital, banking and financial resources, the city is surpassed by none. It is suffi- 
cient to name the three National Banks, the First, Fort Wayne and Merchants' and the 
extensive banking house of Allen, Hamilton & Co., with a combined capital of not less 
than $700,000, to prove the sound basis of our financial condition. Fort Wayne has also 
been the great center for the land trade of Northern Indiana. At an early day the United 
States Land Office was located here, and in 1836 over a million of dollars were paid in one 
season into the Land Office at this point, and ever since emigration has sought this as a 
favorable point to select and buy lands. The establishing, in 1844, of the "Indiana Land 
Agency," which has ever since continued under one management, has been a great aid to 
those wishing to settle in this region— the sales at the Agency amounting to $200 000 
annually. 



Biddle & Hoagland's is the only reliable Baking Powder. 

30 ALLEN COUNTY GAZETTEER. 



The most important items in a notice of the advantages of a city, are the intellectual 
and religious privileges, and in these particulars Fort Wayne stands high. Its daily and 
weekly papers, with their large circulation, and well-supported, are proofs of this. But of 
her free schools she is especially proud. Two large, four-story brick buildings, with rooms 
for fifteen schools, with eighteen teachers, under the able superintendance of Prof J. H. 
Smart • the eastern division embracing nearly 500 scholars, the western division avout 800, 
and the hi-h school nearly 100 scholars, all departments of the schoools giving evidence of 
good scholarship and able management. Add to these the Fort Wayne Female College. 
Concordia University, the various private and denominational schools of a high order, 
together with the Fort Wayne Commercial College, an institution managed with great 
abUitv and success, and few towns can boast of higher intellectual privileges and culture. 
The fifteen churches, some of them of the largest dimensions, and of a high .order of archi- 
tecture, well supported with large and attentive congregations, all speak in the highest 
terms as to the religious privileges and character of her people. 

In the general appearance of the city, in the character and extent of her buildings, 
embracing over three hundred three and four-story brick stores, some of the highest style 
of architecture, with a magnificent Court House, costing ovei $80,000, and elegant and 
costly brick dwellings, Fort Wayne is not surpassed ; and when we speak of her hotels, the 
Rockhill, Aveline, Mayer and other houses, she is not equalled in the country, and all for 
the enterprise of her population, and are the best evidence of growth and prosperity. The 
magnificent "Keystone Block." and numerous other stores, the extensive shops, and the 
lar°e number of handsome dwellings erected the past year, have attracted the attention and 
admiration of strangers, and no city in the State has excelled, if any have equalled her in. 
growth and progress, and the promise for the future is fully equal to the past. 

With a growth and prosperity founded upon so substantial a basis, little is hazarded in 
stating that the population of 22,000 in 1867 will exceed 30,000 at the next census, and 
that few towns present such strong inducements to the merchant, mechanic and business 
man of every class for a permanent residence, as are presented by the city of Fort Wayne. 



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agent 

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bds . boards 

bkpr bookkeeper 

blksmith blacksmith 

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lab laborer 

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sec'y secretary 

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supt .superintendent 

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ABBOTT William T., (Abbott & Shoaff) h 213 W. Berry. 

Abbott & SlioafF, (William T. Abbott and W. 0. Shoaft,) dry goods and 

clothing whol, 99 Columbia. 
Aberhart William, lab, h 123 Wilt. 
Abrey Joseph, lab, h n s Duck al, bet Clinton and Barr. 
Accident Insurance Co., of Columbus, George Esmond, acjt, room 26, 

P. O. bldg. 
Achenbach W,, prof Concordia College, h same. 
Act Moses, carpenter, h 92 Francis. 
Adams Abel, salesman Vigdor Jacobson, bds same. 
Adams Ambrose, (A. P. Kyle & Co.,) h Inwood, lud. 
Adams Israel, eng P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 138 W. Wayne. 
Adkins Ormus W., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s BrandrifF, bet 

Webster and Iloagland av. 
Adler Andrew, cabinetmaker John'M. Miller, h s s Wall, 11 w Bluffton 

plank road. 
Aeicieaglar G., lab Bass & Hanna. 
-^tna Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn., John Hough, agt, office 

60 Calhoun. 
Agan John, lab, h s s Williams, 3 e Hoagland av. 
Agricultural and Horticultural Society, rooms at Court House. . 



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- Ao-ster A. M., wid Gotlieb, boarding house, 42 W. Jetfeirson. 
§ Ahern Peter, tanner, h w s Lima road, 4 n of the bridg>e. 
>%Ahinirer John, drayman, h 200 Madison. V .t • a 

g Aiken P., Wacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Ilanna, \bet Lewis and 
^ Hamilton. ) 

^ Aikin Mary G., boarding, 18 Montgomery. j 

^ Ailler August, cigarmaker, h 151 West. . 

-f Ainger Charles D., wks T. W. & W. R. W., h 74 Barr. 
S Ainsworth William, salesman Wm. W. Updegrali & C(^s bds Mayer 



oa 



House. 



Akers Robert, carpenter, h 327 W. Jefferson. 



\ 



§ Akhurst William, bookkeepr II. H. Culbertson, h 47 W. Berry. 
S Akins William D., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 18 Montgomery. 
13 Albert Nicholas J ., bakery, 88 Barr, h same. 
O Albright Frank, slate roofer, h s e cor Jones and John. ] 
•^ri" Albric-ht Mary Ann, wid Sebastain h s e cor Jones and John. 
g Alet Christopher, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Wall, 8 w Bluffton 

cQ Aley Ernst, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s West, 2 n Railroad. 

"cj Allegar David, sawyer, h 119 W. Water, 

S AUeman John, mason, h 22 W. Lewis. 

^ ALLEN CYRUS W., carpenter and contractor, s W cor Wayne and 



Fulton, h 154 W. Berry 



»U Allen Daniel Q., salesman li. IL Culbertson, bds Aveline House 
.EN, HAMILTON & CO., (Hugh McCulloch, Jesse L. W 
o S. B. Bond and C. McCulloch,) bankers and dealers in exchange, 



^ ALLEN, HAMILTON & CO., (Hugh McCulloch, Jesse L. Williams, 

o S. B. Bond and C. McCulloch,; ^ ^ ii .---• 1 

^ w s Calhoun, opp Court House 



^ Allgiar William W.Vclerk Jacob Glutting, bds same. 
^^AUshouse William, engineer, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 112 E. Berry. 
c3 Altafokt Herman, lab, h 143 E. Lewis. 
& Altenberg B., carpenter, P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry. 
o Alter Jacob, painter w s Van Buren, 2 s Jefferson, h n w cor Wilt and 
U Van Buren. 

g Alter Nicholas, plasterer, h e s Force, 2 s Jones. 
a Alter Peter, carpenter, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Nicholas Alter 
fS Amann Charles, tinner Ash & McCulloch. 
g Amann Louis, blacksmith P. Ft. & C. Ry., h 209 E. Jefferson. 
C3 Ambruster Charles, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Hedekin House. 
*^ AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., C. L. Smith, agt, w s Harrison, head oi 
O Columbia. 

rt Ames , conductor, P. Ft. & C. Ry., bds Aveline House. 

iS Ammon Daniel, carpenter, h 140 W. Main. 

Anderbrock Barney, teamster Fort Wayne Fruit House. 
^ Anderbrook Martin, lab, h 255 E. AVayne. 
■^ Anderson A., boilermaker P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 151 Barr. 
.2 Anderson A. M., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
<D Anderson Calvin, (Anderson & Ely,) h 117 W. Wayne. 
§ Anderson Eli Ct., salesman Anderson & Ely, bds 117 W. Wayne. 

^ Anderson James, h n s Chicago 4 e Webster. 

•-4 Anderson Thomas P., music and musical instruments, 2 Aveline blocl 
h 46 W. Perry 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYKB AVE DIRECTORY. 35 

Anderson William H., engineer n e cor Court and Berry, bds Iledekin 

House. 
ANDEKSON" & ELY, (Calvin Anderson, George W. Ely,) groceries 

and provisions n w cor Main and Calhoun. IP 

Andrews David, boiler wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., h 231 Barr. f^ 

Andrews Dexter B., Andrews putent fire kindler, h 248 W. Wayne. m 
Andrews Jolm, carpenter B. F. W. & C. Ry., h 167 E. Lewis. ' O 

Andrews William N., order elk Meyer Bros. & Co., h e s Calhoun, 2d ^ 

story Aveline blk. ^ ^> ^^t^ , ^ 

ANGELL BYRON D., ai.'G^/l -^ 

sliirt manufacturer and dealer in furnishing goods. Mason and Odd g 

Fellows Regalia. 64 Calhoun h 167 W. Wayne. {See card on cover oq 

and p. 11.) ^ 

Angell Mary, wid Orange, h 170 W. Berry. 03 

Anterburger Mortis, lab. Bass & Hanna. cJiq" 

Anweiler Lewis, carpenter, h n e cor Pritchard and Jackson. t3 

Aour D., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Apley J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. q^ 

App Mathias, boot and shoe store w s Calhoun 4 s Wayne, b 79 W. o 

Washington. p 

Arentz Philip, propr. saw mill, h 39 W. Jefferson. g 

Arlin William H., painter A. H. Yergens, h 270 W. Jefferson. g 

Armack Albert, bookkpr J. C. Bowser & Co., h 115 W. Water. P 

Armstrong George W., coffin makr L. Peltier & Co., bds 134 E. Berry, pa 
Armstrong Harrison C., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Lewis 5 ^^ 

W. Clay. p? 

Armstrong 'J. M., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- p 

LEGE, Court cor Main. CD 

Armstrong Malinda, wid Robert, h 251 W. Berry. ^ 

Armstrong Uel S., gardener, h Old Rockhill Orchard, Island bet the ^ 

Canal and River. g^ 

Arnold John, carpenter Cochrane, Humplirey & Co., h 125 W. Wash- g" 

ington. ca 

Ash Henry J., (Ash & McCulloch,) h 150 W. Washington. g 

Ash & McCulloch, (Henry J, Ash, F. H. McCnlloch,) hardware, stoves oa* 

and tinware, agricultural imph-ments 87 Columbia. bd 

Atkins William; machinist T. W. & W. R. W. o 

Attle Valentine, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Hanna and g. 

Charles. "" 

Auer Conrad, delivery man George Hornung, h e s Broadway 1 n P. g* 

Ft. W. & C. Ry. § 

Aufrecht Jacob, saloon, s e cor Main and Harrison, h same. g* 

Aukebrook M., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ' g 

Aumann Conrad, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Gay 3 s Charley. ^. 
Aunan Charles, wks E. Weis^er & Co., h country. v-f 

Ausnew William, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. a> 

Austin John S. solicitor, bds w s Barr 3 s Wayne. ^ 

Aveline George, artist Shoaff's Art Gallery, bds 144 E. Berry. 
Aveline House, Miller & Moritz, props , s e cor Calhoun and Berry. 
Aveline House Block, s e cor Calhoun and Berry. 
Aveline J. B., engineer, bds 144 E. Berry. 



Get your Drugs and Medicines at Biddle & Hoagland's. 



36 FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 




iianxt^ and SmA §t|ettt, 

Sas for Sale a large aihount of Valuable 

BUSINESS PROPERTY, UNIMPROVED LOTS, 

AND DWELLINGS. 

IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. HE ALSO OFFERS FOR SALE 

Improved Farms and Lands, 

In every part of Allen County, embracing over 50,000 Acres, ^""^ more 

than 100,000 acres in the different Counties of Northern Indiana, 

North-western Ohio and Southern Michigan. 

He also represents the 

iEtna Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn., - Assets, $4,067,455.80 

Home Insurance Co., New York, - - " 3,640,371.28 

Underwriter's Agency, New York, - " 3,120,821.38 

International Insurance Co., New York, - " 1,348,518 43 

Mutual Life Insurance Co., New York, - " 14,366,580.00 

New York Accidental Insurance Co. New York " 500,000.00 

The most reliable Companies in the United States, and having; long experience, 

he is prepared to issue Policies in every department of Insurance 

and to adjust Losses promptly. 

JOHN HOUGH, Agent 
HENRY TONS, Solicitor. D. C. FISHER, Assistant. 

Office, No, SO Calhoun St,, 

3fort WaTaOc « « IuAib^u^c 



Get your Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs at Biddle & Hoagland's 

FORT WAYNE BAL DIRECTORY. 27 
_ ^ 

Aveline Julia, wid G. S., h 144 E. Berry. 

Avron P., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ky. ^ 

Ayres Daniel C, carpenter, h 238 W. Wayne, W 

Ayres Henry B., salesman Biddle & Hoagland, bds 120 Clinton. ^ 

AYRES HENRY P., physician and surgeon, office n e cor Main and ^ 
Calhoun, h 120 Clinton. W 

AYRES STEPHEN C, w 

oculist and aurist, office 80 Calhoun, li 120 Clinton. (See card ^ 
Business Register.) P 



B. 



BAALS George, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s e cor Force and Jones. » 

Baals John L., lab, h 288 W. Jefferson. o 

<J3abbit Eraman, lab, h 254 E. Wayne. ^ 

Babcock G. W., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. _ CQ 

Babcock George W., general agt State Insurance Co., office Hamilton's ^ 

old bank bldg, h 20 E. Washington. (X 

Bacliman Samuel, h s r Montgomery, 3 w of Lafayette. ® 

Bachus Jacob, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry, h 133 Wilt. g 

Bada Frederick, shoetnkr H. W. Marsh, h — Bloomingdale. pu 

Bader Frederick, wiper T. W. & W. Ry. oa 

Bader Henry, watchman T. W. & W. Ry. g 
Baer George, brakesman P. Ft. & C. Ry., h u w cor Harrison and g_ 

Baker. ca 

Baes Emil, butcher-, h 12 Montgomery. ,^ 

Bahda A., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Baier Henry, wks E. Weisser & Co., h country. p' 

Baier Valentine, carpenter, li s w cor Holman and Harrison. ^ 

Bailey James, moulder Bass & Hanna. -^ 
Bailey Jerome^ fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Chicago, 6 e Webster. ^ 

Baillie John, blacksmith T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Wilt, 1 e Jackson. o^ 

Bair Adam, moulder Bass & Hanna. g- 

Bakeman Charles W., salesman Biddle & Hoagland, h 90 W. Water. § 

Baker Charles, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 166 W. Washington. g 

Baker Charles A., drug elk, bds C. Baker. ca" 

Baker Conrad, shoemkr C. Schiefer, h 193 W. Berry. ^ 

Baker George D., tailor Joseph Clark, lil7 W. Jefi'erson. 3* 

Baker George J., blksmith John Baker, bds same. 2- 
Baker Henry, lab, h s e cor Holman and Monroe. 
Baker Henry, Supt. Division No. 1, Wabash and Erie Canal, office 73 W 

Canal, h Leo Road, n e city limits. fj 

Baker J., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g- 

Baker Jacob, (Baker & Bro.,) h 138 E. Main. o 
BAKER JOHN, blksmith and wagonmkr, w s Lafayette, 4 s Colum- ^ 

bia, h e s Clinton, bet Washington and Jefferson. ?? 

Baker John J,, tinner, bds C. Baker. ^5 

Baker Killian, (Baker & Bro.,) h 96 E. Main. % 
Baker & Bro., (Jacob and Killian Baker,) steam saw mill, E. Water, nr " 

Lafayette. 
Baldwin Albert B., h 59 Douglas av. 



ROOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a large stock of Cloakings, Cloths, 

38 FOKT WAYNE BAS DIRECTORY. 

Baldwin Annie, hairdresser, 80 Columbia, h same. 

Baldwin James A., grocer, 54 Barr, h same. 

Baldwin Julia, li 174 Griffith. 
a5 Balls August, elk Mason Long, bds same. , 

^Baltos Michael, contractor, builder and brickmkr, w s N. Calhoun, on 
cd the Canal, h s e cor Harrison and Berrj, 

^ Banerker Frederick, carpenter, h s s Sturgis, 2 w. Fulton. 
^_> Banks Francis D., bds 3y E. Water. 

£ BANNER INSURANCE CO., 

r- of Fort Wayne, H. G. Farr, Secretary and Treasurer ; William B. 

BQ Currier, President ; office Hamilton's Block, Calhoun st. {See side 

margin lines.) 

§ Bansma Rudolph, h 74 Madison. 

;S Banta Herman, foreman painters, T. W. & W. R W., h 243 W. 

<^ Washington, 

Barbier Peter F., sawfiler, 107 E. Main, h same, 

^Barbour E. J,, student FORT WAY^E COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

o Court, cor Main, 

pQ Barbour Lucius T., bds 98 E. Berry, 

_oa Barbour Myron C, dentist, 98 E, Berry, bds same. 

eS Barbour Myron F., real estate agent, 98 E. Berry, h same. 

2 Barcorn F.i boilermkr, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

"3 Barcus Albert, lathmkr, bds 85 W. Water. 

cd Barcus Daniel, lab, h 85 W. Water, 

ffl Barcus Hezekiah H,, candy mkr, Huestes & Hamilton, h n w cor Wash- 

<j5* ington and Ewing, 

S Barcus Isaac, marble cutter, h 84 W. Water, 

Q Barcus Richard H., candymkr, Huestes & Hamilton, bds 85 W, Water. 

r Bard Frederick, lab, h 109 Wilt. 

^ Bard Samuel, (Dobilinski, Freeman & Bard,) h 210 W. Berry. 

o Barkus H., carpenter, P, Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

g Barkus M., caipenter, P. Ft. W, & C. Ry, 

«3 Barlow Isaac J., (A, P, Kyle & Co.,) h Inwood, Indiana. 

•3 Barline John, wks woolen factory, h n w cor High, Lima road. 

2 Barnard Charles, undertaker, 151 Barr, 

•-• Barnes J. B., machinist P, Ft, W. & C. Ry., h 34 Lewis. 
^ _ - ■- 

o 



Barnett Abraham G., ass't assessor U. S. Revenue, office 44 Calhoun, 



n h St. Joe road, Washington Township. 



13 



Barr James S., late propr Main st. Exchange, h 151 W. Washington. 



PQ Barren Joseph, wijier P, Ft. W, & C, Ry,,, h 165 E. Lewis 
o Barrett John, machinist P, Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 8 w cor Hoagland av 



.a 



and Colerick. 



d Barrett Rachael, grocery w s Lafayette, 2 n Holman, h same 
"^ Barrett William H., helper T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Lafayette, 2 n 
J^ Holman. 

g Barrie William S., machinist T. W, & W. Ry, 
jS Barron F,, wiper P, F, W, & C, Ry., h w s Hanna, 3 s Holman, 

Bartells Henry, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry. 

Barton Charles M, (Geo, F, Stinchcomb &. Co.,) h s s Lewis, bet Cal- 
houn and Harrison. 

Bash Solomon, (Bash & Eakin,) h 242 W. Berry. 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

FOKT WATi«E BEA DIRECTORY. 39 

Bash & Eakin, (Solomon Bash and Joseph S. Eakin,) furs, wool, hides, ^ 

&e., and general produce, 61 E, Columbia. P 

Bass Eliza M., wid S., h 139 W, Washini!;ton, t^ 

Bass John H , (Bass & Hanna,) h 53 W. Wa3me, ta 

Bass & Hanna, (John H. Bass and Horace H. Hanna,) propi's Fort ^ 

Wayne Machine Works, Hanna, nr railroad crossing. cd 

Bassett Walton W., salesman Townlej, DeWald, Bond &■ Co., bds ^ 

Hamilton House. 
Bateman William, barber, J. B. Hettinger, bds 42 E. Washington. ^ 

Bates John S., currier E. Weisser & Co , bds 39 E. Water. co" 

Battanhart Jacob, tailor, h s s High, 2 w Yan Buren. i>^ 

Baty Theodosia, wid Robert, h n s E, Lewis, 3 e Francis. ^" 

Bauer Henry, shoemaker, h e s Lafayette, 2 n Wallace. g 

Baughman Jerry, foreman O. D. Hurd, h w s Lima rd, nr Beck's w 
Brewery. ^_^ 

Bauka Christopher, elk L, M, ISTinde & Co., bds 173 Harrison. Saf 

Baumann John, shoemkr, 18 W. Lewis, h same. 

Baumer Michael, miller Empire Mills, 159 West. ^ 

Baumer Michael, Jr., machinist Louis Rastetter. " bo 

Baumgartner William, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL ^. 

COLLEGE, Court, cor Main. ^ 

Baxter John, blacksmith T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Douglas, 11 w Lima ^ 

road. ^ 

Baxter John, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 260 W. Jeiferson. ^ 

Baxton Joseph, engineer Baker & Bro. o 

Bayless Nancy, wid Absalom, bds s s Jefferson, 2 w Garden. ^ 

Bayless Solomon D., pension agent, h 32 E. Wayiie. *" 

Bayless . Solomon, Jr., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL P 

COLLEGE, Court, cor Main, bds 32 E. Wayne. ^ 

Bayley Martin, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds National Hotel. 
Bazanson Joseph, polisher N. G. Olds & Son. tH 

Baziere John J., tailor, h E. Lewis, nr Division. t-i 

Beaber Abraham G., lab, h n w cor Wilt and Broadway. JT^ 

Beaber Columbus, elk J. W. Jennings, bds s e cor Wilt and Broadway, j^ 
Beaber Columbus, lab, bds n w cor Broadway and Wilt. ^ 

Beaber D. Lafayette, lab, bds n w cor Broadway and Wilt. g 

Beaber Jacob, carpenter, h 239 W. Wayne. ,c-> 

Beach Frederick, (Morgan & Beach,) h n s Berry, 2 e Lafayette. rji 

Beach John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Blutfton Plank rd, s Henry, to 
Bealir John, wks C. Schmidt & Co. f» 

Beals Thomas C, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 182 Ewirg. g^ 

Reals William, day watchman T. W. & W. Ry. Pass. Depot, h 219 W. ^ 

Washington. i^ 

Bean Edward, elk R. R. Dining Rooms, bds same. O 

Bear Amos, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 256 W. Jefferson. ^ 

Bear George, carpenter, h n w cor Bass and Hoagland av. ^ 

Bear Joseph, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Colerick, 2 w Hoagland es 

avenue. ^ 

Bear Michael, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds n w cor Bass and W 

Hoagland avenue. ^ 

Beard Charles, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h e s Webster, 3 n Jefferson. a> 
Beard James, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, ^ 

Court, C3r Main. 



o 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Glass at 

40 FORT WAYNE BEL DIRECTORY. 

Beard Thomas D., candymkr 99 E. Berry, h same. 

Beattey Daniel, patent rifflits, Ix 120 W. Wayne. 
3 Beattey William, h 227 Barr. 

J5 Beattie William, boilermkr McLachlin & Keill, h w s Calhoun, 2 
^ Grand, 

t/3 Beattie William Mrs, boarding w s S. Calhoun, 3 s Grand. 
eS Beaafank George, lab, h s s High, bet N. Van Buren and Lima rd. 
o Beaver Augustus C, contractor and builder, n s Main, bet Ewing and 
;5 Griffith, h Broadway, s city limits. 

^ Beaver D. S., merchant miller, flour and feed, C4-^ Calhoun, h at mill. 

Becht Adam, patent medicines, h s s Butler 1 w Hoagland av. 
J^ Bechtold Lewis, saloon n s Main 5 w Barr, h same. 
,^ Beck Jioldis, sh(.)enikr G. Nill. 
^ Beck Conrad, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

cS BECK FEANOIS J., 

'^ prop. Bloomingdale Brewery w s Lima Road, s Canal feeder, h 

■^ same. {See card p. V.) 

« Beck Frederick T., (Kelsey & Beck.) h 192 W. Jefferson. 
^Beck Henry, lab P. Ft. W. & C Ry., h 155 West. 
^Beck L., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Beck William L., drayman, h 189 Ewing. 
I— I Beckado Philip, wks J. S. Herrington, bds same. 
ffl Becker Christian, (J. Humphrey & Co.,) h 220 W. Berry. 
»-3 Becker Eliza C, saleswoman B. D, Angell, bds 187 E. Washington. 
^ Becker Emanuel, salesman J, Freeman, bds 177 W. Wayne. 
-, Becker Frederick, blksmith, shop n 8 Washington 1 e Calhoun, h H 

o E. Washington. 

.2 Becker Jacob, commission merchant, h 177 W. Wayne. 

•^ Becker John, cooper, h s e cor N. Cass and Third. 

cd Becker Peter, lab, h 187 E. Washington. 

S Beckley Isaac, lumber merchant, h 91 E. Main. 

boBeckley S., student FORT WAYJSTE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
-S Court, cor Main. 

^ Bechman J,, flaskmkr Bass & Hanna. 
jg Beckman Charles, h 90 W. Water. 

^ Beckmasa Frederick, elk, h 171 E. Lewis. 
"cj Beckus John, wks J. S. Pierce. 

° Becquett John, wks Baker & Bro., h 148 E. Main. 

^ Bedleman F., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
■^ Boecher Albert W., photographer, bds 95 W. Berry. 
^ Beecher C. M., wid Lewis^ h 95 W. Berry. 

Beegan Michael P., grocer 37 E. Columbia, h same. 

o Beamer Edward, teamster, wks William Vanalstine, bds same. 
'o Beers C. L., machinist Bass & Hanna, h 20t) E. Washington, bds J. 
J5 bnodgrass. 

fe Beet W., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. R.y. 

*^ Beiler Simpson J., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 262 W. Jeiferson. 
Beiner John, teamster, h JN". Calhoun opp. Trotting Park. 
Beiser August, brewer Eagle Brewery, bds same. 
Belden George A., carpenter, h s w cor Webster and Melita. 
Bell Jacob, tailor, bds s e cor Calhoun and Washington. 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FOET WAYNE BES DIKECTORT. 41 

Bell William J., engineer T. W. & W. By. 

Bellamy Albert F., carnage painter n s Main bet Maiden Lane and 

Harrison, h n s Main opp. Bockhill House. 
.^^elou John, carpenter P. Ft. "W. & C. By., h w s Higli bet Lima road 

and Yan Bur en. 5* 

Bemier Edward, copper smith T. "W. & W. By. g 

Bemiller Charles, gardener, h w s Butler 2 w Hoagland av, ^ 

Bench J., storekeeper P. Ft. W. & C. Bv. ^. 

Bench J. H., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. By. ^ 

Bender Adam, lab, h n w cor Henry and Hoagland av. ^ 

Bender Henry, carriage maker, bds 121 Broadway. ^ 

Bender Philip, carpenter P. Ft. "W. &. By., h 97 Montgomery. W 
Bendow Frederick, carpenter, h w s Lima Boad, bet Douglas and Canal ^ 

Feeder. g 

Benham P. M., patent rights, bds Hedekin House. i-j 

Benner Conrad, painter, h s s Montgomery, 4 w of Lafayette. g* 

Benner Joseph, wks J. Fry & Sons. oa 

Bennett Abraham, boilerrakr T. W. & W. By., h 24 W. Jefferson. g 

Bennett Adam J., farmer, bds W. Bennett. £ 
Bennett John H.. brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. By., h n s Wall, 13 w of o 

Bluffton Plank Boad. J. 

Bennett Bichard, boilermkr T. W. & W. By., bds 24 W. Jefferson. S 

Bennett Bobert C., carpenter, h 79 W. Water. "^ 
Bennett Winton, farmer, h Mechanic, 2 s of Columbia Boad, nr Front. S. 

Bennigin Henry, machinist Murray & Bennigin, bds 203 E. Lewis. ^ 

Bennigin Hugh, (Murray & Bennigin,) h 203 E. Lewis. ^ 

Bennigin Hugh, Jr., moulder Murray & Bennigin, bds 203 E. Lewis. 83 

Benoit Julian, Very Bev., hue cor Calhoun and Lewis. S 

Bensman H., boilermkr Bass & Hanna. jiU 

Bensman W., boilermkr Bass & Hanna. g" 

Benton Alphonso, supt Stock Yards, h 145 Francis. tl 

Benz Philip, biksmith P. Ft. W. & C. By. «* 

Bercott Louisa, finisher A. S. Jerman, bds same. £2 

Berdels John, wks E. Weisser & Co. § 

Beres , wks P. Ft. W. & C. By., bds 52 Douglas av. PT 

Berger Augustus H., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. By., bds 17 Montgomery. ^ 
Berger Henry, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. By., bds s e cor Lewis and l» 

Barr. Cr 

Berger Louis, baker L. Blase, h n w cor Jefferson and Yan Buren. § 

Berger Budolph, tailor, h 183 Washington. ^ 

Berghorn Fred., wks P. F. W. & C. By., h n s Wall, 5 w Boad. CO 

Bcrket L.. tinner P. Ft. W & C. By. - 

Bernard Margaret, wid Ferdinand, h e s Lafayette, 3 s N. Laselle. o 

Berning Conrad, lab, h 206 Madison. ^ 

Berning Ferdinand, wks Trier & Teghtmeyer, bds 206 Madison. <j 

Berry Joseph, lab, h s e cor Douglas ave and McClellan. p* 
Berry Bichard, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. By., bds s w cor Calhoun and *«^ 

Baker. •" g 

Berry William, machinist T. W. & W. By., bds 128 Broadway. 
Besancon Frank, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. By., h 147 Hanna. 
Beseker Charles, carpenter, h w s McClellan, 1 s Ilolman. 
Besner Christopher, baker, e s Calhoun, 4 N. Wayne, h same. 



-g Get your Drugs and Medicines at Biddle & Hoagland's. 

^O 4:2 FORT WAYNE BLA DIRECTORY. 

pq — 

Q^ Beson John, carpenter, w s Monroe, bet Madison and Jeiferson. 
g Bestues Michael, carpenter, h s s Hamilton, bet Francis and Ilanna. 
ti Betzler Geor2:e, cooper, b w cor ISTirdlino-er av and Bluffton road, bds 
>^ Andre tv ochust. 

^ Betzzetinp;er Frederick, h w s Lima road, bet Douglas and Canal Feeder. 
^ Beuret John, wks P. Ft, "W, & C, Ry., h e s Hanna, 2 s Grant. 



Beuther George, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Bloomingdale. 



i2 Benret Jules, (Carter & Beuret,) bds E. Manier, 50 E. Columbia. 

Beuret Justin, watches, clocks and jewehy, No. 4 Union Block, h 166 
^ E. Berry. 

§ Bhaman John, carpenter, h 199 E. Jefferson. 
^j Bias William, machinist, h 217 Lafayette. 
'^ Bichner Casper, lab, h s w cor E. Berry and Harmer. 
rt Bicknese Frederick, elk, h w s Lewis, bet Lafayette and Clay. 
^ Biddle G., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
<4 Biddle Thomas M., (Biddle & Hoagland,) bds Mayer House. 

g BIDDLE & HOAGLAND, 

O (Thomas M. Biddle, Joseph C. Hoagland and Cornelius iN". Hoag- 

^ land,) wholesale and retail druggists, and dealers in paints, oils, 

>r dye stuffs, and proprs of Royal Baking Powder, 109, 111 and 113 

M Columbia, cor Calhoun. {See top margin lines.) 

rf Bidtel George, lab, h 159 Francis. 

p^ Biebe Enoch, blksmith, h n s Chicago, 1 e McClellan. 

^ Bieber Milton, (Stanley, Bieber & Co.,) bds Mrs. E. Rockhill. 

^ Bier John, painter, h n s Henry, 4 w Fairfield ave. 

^ Bierce A. J., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

^ Bierman Kate, candymkr Theiman & Fox, bds same. 

o Biggs Margaret, wid Simeon, h 74 Barr. 

^ Billmeier Edward, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Harrison, 4 J^. Dawson. 

^ Birbaum Frederick, boilermkr, Bass & Hanna, h 208 E. Wa-hington. 

o Bird ()chmig. Vice President State Ins. Co., office Hamiltui.'s old bank 
■g bldg, h^23 E. Main. 

o Birmingham John, polisher N. G. Olds & Son, h n sMelita, w Webster. 
Birmingham Peter, polisher JST. G. Olds & Son, bds Mrs. Ann Hartman. 

pH Birstedt Henry, wks M. Sweetser, bds same. 

•g Bishop Nicholas, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Wall, 11 w Bluffton 

crt plank road. 

-g Bishop Philip, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

o Bishop William, cigarmaker Charles Ortmann, bds s e cor Washington 

^ and Calhoun. 

^ Bitner Andrew J., harnessmaker, h 98 E. Jefferson. 

c; BITTINGER ADAM H., attorney at law, ofiice n w cor Main and 

^ Calhoun, h 278 W. Jefferson. 

^Bixler William, teamster, h s w cor D 'Uglas and Marion. 

rt Blache Deitrick, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 125 Madison. 

^ Black David LI., butcher w s Calhoun, 3 n Baker, h n w cor Barr and 

aJ Wayne. 

eS Black Janies, hostler William Yanalstine, bds same. 

^ BLACK JOSEPH, manfr and dealer in hoop skirts, corsets and fancy 

^ goods, 91 Columbia, h 54 W. Wayne, 

o Blackburn William, propr Decatur Stage Line, office Main St. Exchange, 
^^ bds same. 



Remember Biddle & Hoagland's is the Cheap Drug Store. 

FORT WAYNE BOL DIRECTORY. 43 



Blacker Christain, bds 51 E. Wayne. 
Blaisdell C, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Blaisdell Philip O., h 19 E. Washington. 5=3 

Blakely Ruth, wid John, h s w cor Duck al and Clinton. c^ 

Blakely Christopher, restaurant 78 Calhoun, h 80 Calhoun. p^ 

Blase Louis, baker and confectioner, 138 W. Columbia, h same. O 

Bleeker D., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. < 

Bleomker Henry, h 152 Hanna. ttt ttt i, 3 

Bliler Dauiel, grocer w s Broadway, 1 s Washington, h 185 W. Wash- - 

ington. S^ 

BLILER LEWIS M., sign and ornamental painter, 62 Calhonn, Mc- pj 



Dougal Block, bds Mayer House 



CO 

Blodgett Luman, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Brandriff, 1 w Web--^ 
ster. ^^ 

Bloem Louis, saloon, e s Lima road, 2 n Second, h same. p 

Bloomhufi Frank M., law student S. H. Bloomhuff, bds same. pa 

BLOOMHUFF S. IL, lawyer, notary public and real estate agt, room p 
25 P. O. bldg, h 72 W. Main. ^ 

Bloomhuff Sidney C, broker, h 146 W. Wayne. ? 

Bloomhuff William, pressman Story & Clark, bds 146 W. Wayne. g 

Bloomhuff William, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- g 

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LEGE, Court, cor Main. 



CD 



Blume Nicholas, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds National Hotel. g. 

Ely Theodore, switchman P. Ft. & C. Ry. ^ & 

Boagman William, teamster, h n w cor Ewing^and George. gi 

Boardmau J. W., bds Aveline House. g- 

Boardraan Nelson, bds Aveline House. 

Boardman S. R., (Boardman & Co.,) h 204 W. Wayne. 

Boardnuin & Co., patent water elevators, S. R. Boardman, agt 204 W. 

Wayne. o 

Bockloh Lissetta, wid Charles, h 81 W. Washington. gt 

Bocksberger Valentine, lab, h Hoffman's Addition, 4 w Lima road. g 

Boees Samuel, barber Willis Elliott, bds same. g 

Boeger William, carpenter, h 194 E. Washington. ^- 

Boehm Charles, painter, h Robinson Block. ^ 

Boelsen Elson N., wks N. Wheeler. 5* 

Boerger IL, boilermaker Bass & Hanna. g, 
Boerger Henry, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 5^ 

LEGE, Court, cor Main. M 

Boerger Rudolph, cutter E. Bostick, h 138 E. Washington^^ ^ ^ ^^^ gj 



Boerger W. H., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 3. 
LEGE, Court, cor Main. g 

Boes Aman, butcher Frederick Eckert. t* 

Boese Frederick, h 273 W. Jefferson. CO 

Boesse W., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Boester Frederick, carpeuter A. C. Beaver, h 65 W. Wayne. S 

Boforden S., carpenter, T. W. & W. Ry. ?* 

Boham Michael, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 213 E. Jefferson. 
Bohn Christian P., foreman Indiana State Zeitung. 
Bolen John, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Bass, 3 e Fairfield av. 
Boles Newton, (L. M. Ninde & Co..) h 165 W. Washington. 
Bolger James, city fireman, h 30 E. Berry. 



"New York Store," 90 Columbia St., ROOT & CO., Jobbers and 



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Retailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

FORT WAYNE BOS '. S|^^ "IdIRECTORT. 45 

Boling Lemuel K., eating house 25 W. Main, li same. q 

Boling William, lab, h 24:7 W. Jefferson. o 

Bolker Henrj, wiper, T. W. & W. Ry. ^ ^ ^ 

Bolgmann Christian, boatman, h s s Lavina, 2 w Fairfield av. o 

Bulhnan Joseph, drayman, h 105 Wilt. ^ 

Bolman Christoplier, wks N. G. Olds & Son. q3 

Bolt John C, lab, h s w cor Walnut and Oakley. ^Jq" 

Boltz A. J., machinist T. W. & W. Ry. P 

Boltz August, student FOET WAYJS"E COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, ^ 

Court, cor Main. p 

Boltz Frederick F., (F. F. Boltz & Bro.,) h n s Jefferson, 1 e Union. s=^ 

Boltz Fred C, (F. F. Boltz Bro.,) bds Mayer House. J* 

BOLTZ F. F. & BRO., g 

(Ferdinand F. and Fred C. Boltz,) groceries and provisions, 88^ 

Calhoun. {See card business registe)'.) 5^ 

Bond Charles D,, pres Fort Wayne National Bank, h w s Fairfield av, s g- 

city limits. ^. 

Bond Henry W., (Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co.,) h 50 E. Berry. » 

Bond Jared D., cashier Fort Wayne National Bank, bds Hamilton 

House. o 

Bond Stephen B., (Allen, Hamilton & Co.,) h w s Fairfield av, s city g 
limits. pj 

Bond William J., (Bond & Nones,) h 14 W. Washington. c* 

Bond & Nones, (William J. Bond and James C. Nones,) whol and ret O 
druggists, and dealers in paints, oils, varnish, glass and dye stuff's, c^ 
95 Columbia. ' m 

Bonewitz J. J., student FORT WAYNE COMMEBCIAL COLLEGE, g 
Court, cor Main. ' ^ 

Bonewitz O. P., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, g 
Court, cor Main, ^ 

Bonfield Mary, wid Kennedy, li 34 Monroe. 

Bonnefois John, brickmkr, bds 64 E. Columbia. §* 

Bonner F. G., machinist Bass & Hanna, 206 E. Washington, bds G. cf 

Snodgrass, P 

Bennett Conrad, salesman H. R. Schwegman, h 58 Madison. o 

Booker William, lab, bds s e cor Calhoun and Washington. ^^ 

Boon James, machinist h 89 E. Madison. ^ 

Boon William, watchman Clark & Rhinesmith. ^ 

Border Ernest, carpenter, h 198 Ewing. o 

Borne John, wks Baker & Bro. S^ 

Bornemann Charles, grocer and tailor 114 Harrison, h same. gCj 

Bornschlegell B., wks E. Weisser & Co., h tannery. f^ 

Bornschlegell Jacob, wks E. Weisser & Co., h tannery. 3 

Bortney H. S., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, g 

Court, cor Main. P 

Boseker Christian, (Boseker & Forbing,) h 23 W. Jefferson. CQ 

Boseker Henry, salesman Ash & McCulloch, h s e cor Washington and ^ 

Clay. _ g 

Boseker & Forbing, (Christian Boseker and Jacob Forbing,) carpenters s* 

and builders, s s Holman, bet Webster and Harrison. 
Boshet John, lab, h ws Lima road, bet Canal feeder and Douglas. 






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Drugs, Medicines and Bye Stuffs at 

46 FORT WAYNE BOW DIRECTORY. 

Bosilier Charles wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Boss Henry, leather dealer, e s Calhoun, 3 n Jefi'erson, h same. 
Bosse William, agt J. K. Edgerton & Co., h 63 Ewing. 
Bossicker Frank, butcher Frederick Eckart. 

_ BOSSLER H. H., 

IQ general insurance agent and notary public, office room 4 over 

fl Hamilton's Bank, Calhoun st., h 180 Harrison, represents the 

oa following insurance companies : 

'£ PPKENIX FIRE INSURANCE CO., of Hartford, Conn. 

2 MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE CO., of New York. 

INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMERICA, of Philadelphia. 
•i>^ UNION INSURANCE CO., of Indianapolis, Ind. 

o TRAVELERS' LIFE & ACCIDENT INS. CO., of Hartford, 

pq Conn. *■ 

CO HOME LIFE INSURANCE CO., of New York. 

rt HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INS. CO., of Hartford, Conn. 

m {See card j?. HI.) 

;§ Bossier Minnie, wid Peter, h 89 W. Water. 

Bossier Peter, wks cattle yard, bds 64- E. Columbia. 
^BOSTICK EMANUEL, merchant tailor and clothier and furnishing 
5f goods, 100 Columbia, h 158 E. Wayne. 

"g Bostick Ephraim, clerk, bds 158 E. Wayne. 
■3 Bostick John, salesman H. R. Schwegman, bds 158 E. Wayne. ' 
Qh Both Theodore, salesman H. R. Schwegman, h 100 E. Jefferson. 
<D Botts Frank, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Walnut, 3 e Oakley. 
.^ Boughteret Louis, baker, h 216 W. Jefferson. 

01 Boughton , foreman Woolen Factory, bds 91 E. Washington. 

^ Bouhouse John, gardener, h e s Bluffton rd, s T, W. & W. Ry. 
g Bounds Isaac, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son, bds James Bounds. 

Q Bounds James, foreman spoke shop N. G. Olds & Son, h n s Holman, 
r^ 2 e Clay. 

g Bousa William, carpenter, bds 208 Ewing. 

^ Bouser George, boarding e s Griffith, 1 s Jefferson. 

o Bouser Nelson, elk Steele & Dunham, bds e s Griffith, 1 s Jefferson. 

i'sOWEN GEOEGE W., 

tX] physician and surgeon, ^office 52 Calhoun, h 49 Barr. (See card 

u* .Business Register.) 

S^Bowen William, h e s Barr, 3 n Washington. 
^ Bowers James, wks D. O'Connell & Bro. 
^BOWERS JOHN F., propr Union House, 49 W. Main. 
DC* Bowers Joseph, (Bowers & Mayhew,)h s e cor Webster and Melita. 
y Bowers Maria, wid James, h 262 W. Washington. 
^ Bowers & Mayhew, (Joseph Bowers and James Mayhew,) shingle 
W mnfrs s s Melita, bet Webster and Harrison. * 

. Bowman Casemer, pastor St. John's Church, h 199 W. Washington. 
*^ Bowrie Louis T., traveling agt, h 22 E. Wayne. 
O Bowser Jacob C, (J. C. Bowser & Co.,) h 64 E. Berry. 

Bowser Jefferson C., lawyer and notary public, room 3 over Hamilton's 
Bank, bds 61 E. Berry. 

BOWSER J. C. & CO., (Jacob C. Bowser, Joseph R. Prentiss, Daniel 
N. Falls,) Fort Wayne Steam Iron Works 23 W. Water. 



METES BROTHERS & CO-, 2 Keystone Block. 

FOET WAYNE BRE DIRECTORY. 47 ^ 

Boyd Benjamin F., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. By., h 222 Lafayette. o 
Boyder Henry, lab T.J\V. &_W. Ry^, h 195 Ewing. o* 

ca 



Boy Ian J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Boyle Mary, wid Patrick, h e s Clay bet Virginia and Wallace. 

Boyle Peter, stone cutter P. S. IJnderhill, bds e s Clay bet Yirginia 



and Wallace. g 



Brackenridge Arthur M., farmer, bds s w cor Clinton and Washington. 3- 
BRACKENPJDGE CHARLES S., city civil engineer, office 9 Clinton B 

h s w cor Washington and Clinton. § 

Brackenridge George W., h 25 Douglas av. ** 

Brackenridge Joseph, (Judge) attorney at law, room 3 over Hamilton's 2j 

Bank, h w s Calhoun 1 s of Douglas av. ^ 

Brackenridge Robert, attorney at law, office room 3 over Hamilton's <^ 



Bank, h s w cor Clinton and Washington. 



o 

Brackmiller Gottleib, carpenter n 57 Douglas av. j^ 

Braddock John, fireman N. G. Olds & Son. p 

Bradley Catherine, wid Patrick, h 16 W. Washington. *^ 

Bradley J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. W 

Bradley James K., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., li Jones bet Force o 

and John. § 

Bradley S. D., foreman machine department P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Bradley William, engineer T. W. & W. Ry. e* 

Bradley William, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry,, bds w s Barr 4 s S 

Wayne. t> 

Bradway Orlando E., brass moulder P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 212 E. g 

Lewis. H 

Brady C, machinist P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry. fi 

Brady Samuel A., li s s Lewis 1 W. Calhoun. ^ 

Brady William IL, salesman Root & Co., bds cor Lewis and Jefierson. ^Q 
Brake Ulrich, (U. Brake & Co.,) h e s Washington 2 e of Clay. C3 

BRAKE U. & CO., (Ulrich Brake & Bernard Kock,) grocers n sMain g 

2 w Barr. C 

Bramble J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. § 

Bramer Henry, carpenter, h e s Hanna 1 n of Hough. W 

Brandmyer Frederick, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., h 174 Ewing. •^ 

Brandrifi' Alfred D., (A. D. Brandriff & Co.,) h 238 W. Berry. gp 

BRANDRIFF A. D. & CO., (Alfred D. Bandrifi-, William S. Humph- o 

reys, August Parnin, & Henry Keifer) hardware, stoves and tin Q 

ware, 58 and 60 E. Columbia. CQ 

Brands H., lab Bass & Hanna. m 

Brandt Charles, lab, h w s McClellan 9 s Lewis. p^ 

Brandt Frederick, (Krudop, Brandt & Co.,) h 178 Harrison. ^ 

Brandt Henry, machinist, h 26 W. Lewis. m 

Brannan Jnlia, wid Thomas, h 197 E. Lewis. O 

Brannan Michael, elk John Sedgwick, h n e cor Berry and Barr. *^ 

Branning Conrad, shocmkr E. Vordermark, li 49 W. Jeffi^rson. g" 

Brant Benjamm F., carpenter, h e s S. Harrison 3 s of Bass. CS 

Brase Frederick C, lab, h 75 W. Jefferson. ® 

Brauer Conrad, foreman J. H. Robinson, h 156 Ewing. S 

Brda Frederick, shoemkr, liw s Van Buren 1 n of River. § 

Brda Henry, lab, h w s Van Buren 2 n River. t^ 

Breck John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 70 Madison. 



Get your Drugs and Medicines at Biddle & Hoagland's. 

48 FORT WAYNE BRO DIRECTOKT. 

Bredemeyer Williair ., t?\ilor, li e s Marion bet High and Bowser. 

Breen James, grocer 58 E. Columbia, li same. 

Breeze Joab, boilermkr T. W. & W. Ry., h n e cor Pine and Locust. 

Breimeyer Ernst,.mason, h 217 W. Jeiierson. 

Breimeyer Henry, checkman freight depot P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 207 
+j W. Jefferson. 

S Breke Uh-ich, elk Kenney & Roper, h 159 E. Washington. 
is Bremeyer J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Brendall John, sawer, h Hoffman add. 2 w Lima road. 
g Bi ennan R., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
.22 Brenner David, saloon 13 W. Wayne, h same. 

^ Brenner John, painter T. W. & W. R. Wy., h w s West 3 s Pritchard. 
j^ Brenninger Charles, collarmkr Jacob Schwegel, bds 41 E. Columbia. 
™ Brenton Eliza, wid Samuel, h 210 W. Wayne. 
^Brenton Milton, boot and shoenikr, bds 134 W. Wayne. 
g Bresherts J., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
g Bretmiller G., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Breu George, shoemaker, wks P. Neltelhoer, bds same. 
■pj Brewster Henry, stonemason, h 198 W. Jefferson, 
^ Brice Wallace A., foreman job room Gazette office^ h Robinson block. 
^g Brick Adam, h 127 E. Lewis. 

^ Bricker Conrad, fireman P. Ft. & C. Ry., h s w cor McClellan and Lewis. 
py* Bridenstein Matthias, carpenter, h n w cor Washington and Webster. 
^ Bridge Charles, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Dawson and 
^ Webster. 

■g Briggs John C, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental Hotel. 
"c3 Biiggs Jacob, portrait painter J. H. Dill, bds same. 
Q^ Bright William E., wks C. Gable, bds same. 

C Bright William J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Holman, 4 w 
.^ Lafayette. 

CQ Brighty Henry, wks T. W. & W. Ry. 
S Bniey L., spokenikr N. G. Olds & Son. 

.2 Brinkrager William, shoeinkr J. Foellinger, h s s High, bet Yan Buren 
S and Lima rd, Bloomingdale. 

$-• Brinkmann Christianne, wid Ernest, h 315 W. Washington. 
^ Briscoe Thomas, lawyer, bds w s Barr, 40 Wayne. 
S Britcher Edward Jr., moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 87 Water. 
^ Bri'cher Edward Sr., carpenter J. C. Bowser & Co., h 87 Water. 
^ Biitner Andrew J., foreman L. Traub, li 98 E. Jefferson. 
po'Biittingham John S., collector, bds 154 W. Wayne. 
M B.'ittingham Philo E., bds 154 W. Wayne. 
^ Brittingham Willia'm B,, physician, h 151: W. Wayne. 
S Broi)st George, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds James Castle. 

Brobst Jacob, bi'akeman, h e s Gay, bet Samuel and Charley. 
•^ Brockermann Jacob K., plasterer, h 227 E. Wayne. 
Q Brohen Richard, wks Cochrane, HunijJii'ey & Co. 

Bronc Christian, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 224 E. Jefferson. 

BroMson Abraham A., Aveline House Saloon, bds Aveline House. 

Brooks , plasterer, h s w cor P itchard and West. 

Brooks Bryant, barber shop, e s Calhoun, 2 n Washington, b s s Calhoun, 
second story Aveline blk. 

Brooks Charlotte, wid James, h 200 W. Jefferson. 



Get your Drugs and Medicines at Biddle & Hoagland's. 

FORT WAYNE BRU DIRECTORY. 49 



Brooks Granville, barber R. H. Evans, bds same. 

Brooks Henry, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., bds 200 W. 

Jefferson. 
Brooks John, carpenter, h e s Ewing, bet Washington and Wayne. « 
Brooks Minnie, h w s Harrison, 2 a Pearl. «-• 

Brooks William H., carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h 8 e cor W. t-« 

Berry and Griffiith. g 

Brooks William H., physician, h 108 W. Main. ^ 

Brown John N., wagonmkr, s s Main, 2 w Harrison, h same. jjj 

Brossard Frank, blksmith G. Brassard, h Bloomingdale. - 

Brossard George, blksmith, n s Main, bet Fulton and Griffith, h Bloom- g* 

ino;dale, S 

Brossard John, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Lima rd, bet Third o 

and Fourth. 
Brossard William, lab, bds John Brossard. 

BROTHERHOOD OF THE FOOTBOARD, hall at 21 Chnton. p 

Broucker Michael, cooper, h w s Nelson, 1 s Jefferson. po 

Brown Abraham C, (Brown & Humphrey,) h w s Ewing, bet Washing g^ 

ton and Wayne. * -^ 

Brown C, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. _ ^ 

Brown Christian, cabinetmkr, h w s Harrison, 2 s Dawson. g 

Brown Eli, carpenter, h s s Jefferson, 1 e Ewing. g 

Brown George, cigarmkr L. Dessauer & Co., bds 175 W. Jefferson. g 
Brown Harvey G., agt Stock Yards, h 187 Lafayette. ^ 

Brown Henry P., yard master T. W. & W. Ry., bds Mrs. E. B. Grout. ^ 



Da 



Brown James, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 226 Lafayette. ^ 

Brown James D., dentist I. Knapp, bds Aveline House. g- 

Brown Janet, wid James, h s e W. Lewis, 2 w Calhoun. c* 

Brown John, blksmith, e end Main, h s end cor Clay and Wayne. jS 

Brown John Jr., blksmith J. Brown, bds 162 E. Wayne. " 

Brown John, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h Noel, 1 e Fairfield av. g* 

Brown John Jr., machinist T. W. & W. Ry., bds n s Noel, 1 e Fairfield g! 

avenue. ^ 

Brown John, propr Corn Exchange Mill, n w cor Pearl and Maiden o 

Lane, h n w cor Wayne and Broadway. ^ 

Brown John, cook, h 150 Barr. °^ 

Brown Matthew, section foreman T. W. & W. R.y, bds Thomas 52 

Lynch. o 

Brown Reuah, wid Aaron, bds s s Jefferson, 1 e Ewing. W" 

BROWN SENECA B., w 

Dentist, otfice over First National Bank, h 87 W. Main. (See card S 
Business liegisier.) ^ 

BROWN & HUMPHREY, (Abraham C. Brown and Nelson A. Hum- o 
phrey,) hot air furnaces, stoves and tinware, n e cor Calhoun and ^ 
Washington. 5? 

Browning Jacob, h 68 W. Main. g 

Brucht Josepii, engineer T. W. & W.^Ry. ^ 

Brudi Gottlieb, grocer, 180 W. Washington, h same. 

Bruebach George T., physician and surgeon, s w cor Berry and Calhoun, 
opp Aveline House, h 206 W. Washington. 

Bruin E., teacher Jewish German School, h 80 W. Main. 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Glass at 

60 FORT WAYNE BUR DIKECTOKY. 

^ Brunankaub Louis, shoemaker H. W. Marsh, h city limits. 

o Brmie Micliael, helper T. W. & W. Ey. 
QQ Bruner Mai tin, wiper P. Ft. W. & C Ry., h n e cor Lafayette and 

o Wallace. 

§ Brunett Mar}', wid Joseph, h w s Lima road, iir Beck's Brewery. 

^ Brung W., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. By. 

fc>\Briinner John, shoemaker P. Schulz, h w s Hood, 4 n Railroad. 
j2 Brims Chris, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C, Ry., h 224 E. Jeilerson. 
^, Bruns William, carj^enter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Charles, bet Monroe 

and Clay. 
jg Brush Herbert C, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., bds 86 E. Main. 
•^ Brush Joseph, lireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds bQ E. Main. 

oTBryan Honora, wid Patrick, h n s Holman, 3 w Lalayette. 

o Biyant Geoi'ge, spokemaker N. G. Olds & Son. 
^ Bryant Joseph, wks N. G. Olds & Son, h .226 Lafayette. 
,^ Bryant Stephen, lish inarket 6ti E Columbia, h 245 E. Jeiferson. 

e Bryant William, fish dealer 191 E. Wayne. 

^ Bryant William IL, mason, h 34 W. Lewis. 

B Buchanan John, brakeinan P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 16 S. Calhoun. 

o Buck Conrad, shoemaker Hermsdorfer & Co., h n w cor Wall and Bluff- 
M ton road, 

>,Buck Dedrich, tailor, h 272 W. Jefierson. 

•^ Buck Eye Mutual Fire Insurance Co., of Cleveland, Ohio. 

••^ Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess' bldg, over First National 

§ Bmk. 

c^ Buck Peter, mason, h e s Pine, 2 s Locust. 

C^BuckwalterL., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

■^ Buddemeyer Ernest, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s McClellan, 6 

g^ s Lewis. 

Bueche Frederick, wks P. Hoagland & Co., h Bloomingdale.- 
S Biihart Adam, carpenter, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 20 Hood. 

tf Buhr Nicholas, painter 131 E. Washington, li same. 

■"-• Bula Daniel, saloon e s Calhoun, 5 n Jefierson, h same. 

cp Bulger M. L,, bds Aveliue House. 

g Bulger P. J., driver City Fire Department, h n e cor Court and Berry. 

Buling John, butcher, h 173 Barr. ■•• 

^ Bull John H., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bis Aveline House. 
PES BuUagar IL, drayman, h n e cor Clay and Washington. 
g BuUagar John, drayman, h 165 E. Washington. 
^ Bullerman Henry, lab, h 268 W. Jefierson. 
pc3 Bullernian W., messenger P. Ft. W. &■ C. Ry. 

K Bullerman William, watchman P. Ft. W. & C. l^y., bds 81 W. Wasb- 
g ington. 

„Bullman Ernst, wks Trier ,& Tegtm yer. 
^ Bullock George, lab, h 159 E. Washington. 
2 Burgess Block, s e cor Court and Main. 

^ Bui'gess Francis, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Lavina, 4 w 
pc; Fairfield av- 

^ Burhan Edward, meat market opp Main Street Exchange, h same. 
S Burington Chauncy, lab, h w s Hamilton, bet Hanna and Francis. 
Burkas John A., salesman Wilson & Co., h 16 W. Washington. 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE CAL DIHECTORY. 51 



Eurke Edward, carpenter, h n s Buchanan, nr Hanna. 

Burket Lewis, tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mrs, Mary Treep. H 

Biirkhardt En^ont Mrs., h s e cor Oakley and Poplar. M. 

Burkhart John, chnirmaker John M. Miilor, bds 86 E. Main. P 

Bnrkhorn Frederick, lab, h 208 Ewing. ' fj 

Burhager George, (G. Burlager& Co.,) h 141 E. Washingt>on„ Q 
Burlager George & Co., (G. Barlager and Henry Niemeier,) wood yard, Ifl 

n s Columbia, bet Barr and Lafayette. ^ 
Burner John, painter T. W. & W. Ry. 

Biirnham K, eng P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Hedekin House. O 
Burnison W., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
Burns Joim, painter A. H. Yergens, bds Sleek's Hotel 

Burns Michael, elk McDongal & Co. • H 

Burns Patrick, lab, h n s Bass, 4 w Hoagland av. • 
Burns Patrick, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Bass, 5 w Hoagland 

avenue. |_j 

Burrington C, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. UU 

Burt Cliarles, brickmkr, h 252 E. Jefferson. L-J 

Burt John, h 205 E. AVayne. Lj 

Burton Archie, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds n s E. Wayne, 4 e L^ 

Hanna. [H 

Buscliman F. W., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. >r 
Buschman William, student FORT WAYi^E COMMERCIAL COL- 

J.EGE, Court, cor Main. Qi 

Busher Henry, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Harrison, 3 n ?0 

Dawson, 

Busse William, salesman, h 166 Ewing. q3 

Butler D., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. H 

Butler John, (William Struwer & Co.) P 

Butler Nathan, County Surveyor, civil engineer and general land ac^t, ^ 

office. Court House, bds Main Street Exchange, '^ 

Butler Thaddeus J., printer Gazette, h 203 W. wlxyne. , Ol 

Butt William, wks French, Hanna vfe Co. ||^ 
Butte Harmon, wks Trier & Teo:tmyer. 

Buttenbender Henry, lab P. Ft! W! & C. Ry., h 179 W. Washington. ^ 

Buttenbender L., milliner, h 179 W. Washington. Q 

Byers James W., (Davis & Jiyers,) h Loudon^Ohio. P 

Byling John, wks French, Hanna & Co. M 

Bylon Jamej, machinist, bds T. Martin. H 

Byrnes James, lab P. Ft, W. & C. Ry. 

O. P 

CAFFEREY John, wks T. W. & W. Ry. rn 

Caffroy Thomas, boiler mkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Owen Farnan. r^ 

Cahoe F., blksmith helper Bass & Ilarmer. H 

Cain George E., engineer T. W. & W. Ry. 

Cairns James, machinist P, Ft! W. & C. Ry., h e 8 Hood, 1 n R. R. . O 

Calahan J., bds National Hotel. rt- 
Callemot Nicholas, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 65 E. Wayne 
Callihan William, wks P. Ft, W. & C. Ry, 
Gallisun Absalom, helper P. Ft. W. & C. "Ry,, h 89 W. Washington. 



"New York Store," 90 Columbia St., EOOT & CO., Jobbers and 



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Retailers of Domestics, Sillfs, Sliawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

FORT WAYNE GAR DIEECTOEY. 53 

Calvert Jesse, salesman Wm. W. Updegraff & Co., bds Majer House. ^ 
Calvert John W., brakesman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h Lafayette, near P 

south city limits. p^ 

Cameron John, wks Gas Light Co. p 

Camp Charles D., telegraph operator P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 17 Mont- " 

gomery. 
Camp Warren N., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 93 Francis. ^ 

Campbell , wood sawer, h 228 Jefferson. 

Campbell Daniel, blksmith Murray & Bennigin, h 8»s Holman, 2 east ^ 

Webster. 
Campbell Henry, foreman blksmith shop P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 69 

Madison. ^■ 

Campbell Isaac W., deputy sheriff*, office Court House, h 174 E. Berry. » 
Campbell John, h e s Spy Run rd, n of the bridge. § 

Campbell John B., cashier Root & Co.. bds J. Campbell. " 

Campbell M., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. tr 

Canady Augustus, plasterer, h s w cor Smith and Samuel. ® 

Caney John, mason, h 168 E. Washington. o* 

Cannett M., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. S 

Cannon John K., machinist T. W. & W. Ry.. h e s Garden, 1 s Jef- ^. 

ferson. ^ 

Cannon William S., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 16 S. Calhoun. ^ 
Carabin John J., salesman Henry Rohs, bds s w cor Berry and La- ^ 

fayette. ^ 

Carder Eli J., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 181 Madison. o 

Carder Henry W., wks K G. Olds & Son, bds Mrs. C. Gable. g; 

Carey Hiram, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 22 E. Washington. *- . 
CARIER AUGUST H., notary public and real estate agt, room 30 Post O 

Ottice bldg, h n w cor Berry and Monroe. ^^ 

Carll George S., (L. Peltier & Co.,) h 131 E. Berry. - 

Carll Hiram D., printer Democrat, h 135 E. Lewis. tZ| 

Carll Peter, lab, P. Ft. W. & C Ry. P 

Carman C, machinist P. Ft. W. & "C. Ry. jr" 

Carman George, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., bds s w cor Calhoun and ,,^ 1(1 

Baker. ^ 

Carnes , traveling agt Meyer Bro, & Co., h 4: Union blk. g 

Carnes J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Carroll Aime, lab, bds 64 E. Columbia. ^^ 

Carroll Denandy, carpenter J. S. Herrington. to 

Carroll Eli J., tireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 52 Douglas av. g 

Carroll John, mason, h 222 E. Washington. p. 

Carroll John, moulder Bass & Hanna. 

Carroll Patrick, lab, h 88 W. Water. S 

Carroll Patrick, lab, h 104 E. Madison. CD 

Carroll Peter, lab, bds 70 Madison. ^ 

Carroll Thomas, lab, h n e cor Prince and Colerick. §" 

Carroll Thomas J., elk J. Clark, bds Mrs. Dougherty. pS 

Carson William W., lawyer, office 2 Phoenix blk, h n s E. Berry, bet ^ 

Clay and Lafayette. CO 

Cartaux Hortense, dressmkr w s Calhoun, 3 n Lewis, li same. Jg 

Carter William, (Carter & Beuret,) h 123 W. Water. S 

CARTER & BE QRET, (William Carter, Jules Beuret,) stoves and =^ 

hardware w s Harrison, Robinson's blk. 



Quick Sales and Small Profits at Biddle & Hoagland's. 

54 FORT WAYNE CHA DIRECTORY. 

Cartey Frank, collarnikr Jacob Schweo;el, bds 50 E. Colnmbia. 
Cartwright Charles, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son. 
- Cartwright Charles, tailor, h n s Chicago, 1 e Webster. 
<D Cartwright George, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son. 

ic Cartwright Jane, wid Alexander, h s s Columbia rd, bet Cherry and 
IQ Centre. 

P] Cartwright John, blksmith, h 165 W. Washington. 
g Cartwright John, spokemkr IS. G. Olds & Son, h e 8 Barr, 3 south 
jc! Jefferson. 

.73 Carver H. C, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Calhoun and 
^ Baker. 

^ Cary Frank, spokemkr N, G. Olds & Son. 
*^ Cary James D., saloon, h 67 Douglas av. 

"g Cary Joseph, blksmith P. Ft. W." & C. Ry., h n s Melita, 2 w Webster, 
ctf Cary Joseph J., blksmith, h 216 E. Lewis. 
CQ Cary Thomas, wks gas house, h n s Bass, 3 w Hoagland av. 
*^Case Charles, lawye^r, h 203 W. Wayne. 
^ CASKEY CURTIS, grocer 49 E. Columbia, h same. 
gjCass Charles, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 146 Jacksonj 
^ Cassedy John J., elk Merchants' Union Ex. Co., h 95 E. Washington. 

_Cassell Michael, second hand store, w s Calhoun, bet Jefferson and 
^ Lewis, bds Mayer House. 

Mm Cassidy Christopher, candymkr Huestis & Hamilton. 
ffi Cassidy Patrick, helper T. W. & W. Ry., h n w cor Harrison and 
t-3 Baker. 

^ Castle James, boarding, h e s Lafiiyette, 4 n Wallace. 
-.Cathohl Anthony, Hreman P. Ft. W. & C. Rv., h 149 E. Jefferson. 
2 Caton M., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
.« Catter H. C, foreman car works P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
-g Caughman Christ, lab Bass & Hanna. 

cd Centliver Louis, brewer. Spy Run rd, n Rudisdl's Mill, h same. 
S CENTRAL BLOCK, w s Calhoun, bet Wayne & Berry, 
too Challenger Joseph W., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 227 E. Lewis. 
.S Chamberlain Henry, h 40 E. Jefferson. 
^ Chamberlain Horace C, bds 40 E. Jeffe-rson. 
jg Chamberlain James C, h 126 W. Washington. 
^ Chamberlain Porter, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h 29 W". Lewis. 
■pj Chamberlain William H., elk road master's oftice, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
§ Chameller Fred, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 22 Madison. 
*a Chameller William, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 22 Madison. 
^ Champers Belle, milliner A. Weber, bds 127 E. Lewis. 
^ Chan William, lab, h 210 E. Jefferson. 

^ Chapin Charles IL, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental HoteL 
o Chapman B. W.. engineer T. W. & W. Ry. 
"o Cliapman John Y., hackman. h 221 W. Washington. 
^Chapman Nathaniel, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 148 Harrison. 
Chararder Anton, lab, h w s Lafayette, 2 s Wallace. 

Chase , conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Baker and 

Harrison. 
Chase Lewis, omnibus driver C. P. Fletcher, bds same. 
Chauncey Martin, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Colerick and 
Hoaglaud av. 



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Get your Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs at Biddle & Hoagland's 

FOUT WAYNE CLA DIRECTORY. 55 

Cherry A. J., patent right dealer, bds Main Street Exchange. q 

Chesper John, wks Story & Clark, bds Blakey's Kestaurant. ^ 

Cheveron E., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. lly. '^ 
Cheviron Xavier, machinist P. Ft. W. &; C. Ky., h cor Monroe and g 

Hungh. ^ 

Childs H. B., bds Mayer House. M 

Chipman Henry, hib, h 137 E. Lewis. ^ 

CHITTENDEN ERASTUS L., city clerk, office No. 9 Clinton, h 84 ^ 

Harrison. Pi 

Choppel John, machinist T. W. & W. Ey., h 138 Jackson. g 

Chorpening Henry, roofer, h r 3 E. Water. CD 

Chovey Charles, (Chovey & Sons,) h 51 E. Water. - 

Chovey Frank, (Chovey & Sons,) h 51 E. Water. ^ 

Chovey John, (Chovey & Sons,) h 51 E. Water. g" 

Chovey & Sons, (John, Charles and Frank Chovey,) blksmiths, 11 E. c^ 

Water. ^ 
Christen Antone, harnessmkr, h 19 W. Washington. 

Christen John, elk James M. Kane & Bro., bds 19 W. Washington. h^- 

Christie J., helper Bass & Hanna. g^ 
Christie William, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Locust, 2 e Pine. o 

Christie William Jr., machinist T. W. & W. Ry., bds W. Chi-istie. pa 
Chuppmann William, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 81 W. Washinglon. g^ 
Chuster Christian, cabineimkr, h n w cor Wayne & Harrison. 

Cincinnati Home Insurance Company of Cincinnati, g 

Dnrgin & Edsall agts., room 6 Burgess Block, over First National 2. 

Bank. « 

Cink John, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son. i-g 

CITY ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, A. C. Probasco, assessor, office 73 Co- P. 

liimbia. P 

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, F. P. Randall, office 9 Clinton. co 

CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, E. L. Chittenden, clerk, office No. 9 Clinton.^ 
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE, Charles S. Brackenridge, office No. 9 fd 

Clinton. g. 

City Fire Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, George F. g" 

Stinchcomb & Co., agts, j\.veline Block, 71 Calhoun. co 

CITY MARSHALL, Patrick McGee, office 9 Clinton. § 

City Mills, P. Hoagland & Co., proprs, w s Clinton, bet Water and co" 

the canal. tX) 

CirY TREASURER'S OFFICE, John Conger, treasurer, 9 Clinton, o 
Clana Henry, lab, bds 178 E. Ewing. g- 

Clare John, teamster J. Edmonds, bds same. 



Clai-e Michael, parkkpr Fort Wayne Trotting Park, h Park. ^ 

Clark Anthony, lab, h e s N. Cass, 2 s First. ^ 

Clark Anthony Jr., carpenter, bds A. Clark. ^' 

Clark C, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s wcor Calhoun and Baker. 2 
Clark Charles, elk City Hotel, bds same. _yj . 

Clark Henry, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental Hotel. j^ 

Clark Ira S., painter, h s w cor Baker and Harrison. CD 

Clark J. S., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 2. 

Clark James, mail messenger, bds C. P. Fletcher. 

Clark James H., baggage master P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Webster, 2 
8 Melita. 



ROOT & CO., 90 Columbia St, keep a large stock of Cloaklngs, Cloths, 

56 FORT WAYNE COL DIRECTORY. 

Clark John, cabinetrakr, bds A. Clark. 

Clark John, elk Gaffney & McDonald, bds s 8 Baker, 3 e Harrison. 

Clark John G., carpenter, h 140 W. Main. 

05 Clark John H., (Clark & Rhinesmith,) h 105 W. Wayne. 

§^Clark Joseph, (Chirk & Co., and Dunn & Co,,) also dealer in groceries 

aJ and provisions, w s Calhoun, opp Court House, h 24 Wayne, 

fe Clark Joseph A., merchant tailor, 4 Aveline House, bds Aveline House. 

^^ Clark Oran M,, (Story & Clark,) bds Main Street Exchange. 

^ Clark Richard, wks Clark & Rhinesmith, bds John H. Clark. 
Pm Clark Samuel, lab P. Ft, W. & C. Ry. 

:> Clark Samuel W., conductor P. Ft. W & C. Ry., h 239 Lafeyette. 
IQ Clark Stephen H,, ins agt, h 48 Douglas av. 

ej Clark & Co., (Joseph Clark and J. W. B. Kelley,) groceries and. queens- 

§ ware, 98 Columbia. ^ 

-cj Clark & Rhinesmith, (John H. Clark and John Rhinesmith,) lumber, 

rt shingles and lath, on railroad Southeast of depot. 

^Clauss John, shoemkr, bds n w cor Pritchard and Broadway. 
M Clauss John C, saloon, n w cor Pritchard and Broadway, h same. 

g Clements William, wks T. W. & W. Ry. 
S Clifford William H., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Frank Weed. 

oa Cline Thomas, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Montgomery, bet 
"c3 Monroe and Hanna. 

■»j Cline Charles, wks J. Fry, bds same. 

'S Cline Daniel, mason, h s e cor Grand and Kansas. 

c^ Cline Peter, carpenter, h 228 Lafayette. 
K Clinemiller H., watchman P. Ft, W, & C. Ry. 

Qj'Clinger Isaac, teamster, h n s Colerick, 4 w Hoaglaud av. 
^ Clinker Henry, butcher, h 131 E, Washington, 
^ Cloush John, barber, h Gay, bet Kerndon and Jones. 

- Cochrane John, (Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.,) h n w cor Edsall and 
S Berry. 

I COCHRANE, HUMPHREY & CO., 

cs (John Cochrane, George Humphre}'^ and William McFee,) builders 

^ and manufacturers of sat-h. doors and blinds, Fulton, cor Pearl. 

|g {See card p. IX.) 

»5 Cody John H., clerk, bds 69 E. Water. 
Jj Cody Maurice, ice dealer, h 69 E. Water. 
es Cody Patrick, tailor, bds n s E, Wayne, 3 e Hanna. 
^ Cogan S^imuel, carpenter, h n s E, Wayne, 4 e Hanna. 
pQ Cohn Jacob, elk Mayer House, bds same. 
o Cole Edward, lab T, W, & W. Ry., h n s Noel, 7 e Fairfield av. 
:5 Cole John, wks George Hornung, bds same. 

C3 Cole Samuel D,, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h s s Pearl, 1 e 
•^ Cass. 

Ut Coleman Conrad, wks J. C. Bowser & Co. 
g Coleman Jacob, wiper P. Ft. W, & C, Ry., h 145 E. Jefferson. 
.j2 Coleman Mary, wid Peter, h 261 E. Washington. 
Coleman Thomas, bds Main Street Exchange. 
Coleman William, barber B. Brooks, bds — Washington. 
Colerick David, (J. & D. Colerick,) h 92 E. Berry. 
Colerick David H., (D, H. & W. G. Colerick,) h 92 E. Berry. 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

FOET WAYNE CON DIRECTORY. 57 

Colerick Edward F., farmer, h e s Biuffton plank road, nr Henry. 

COLERICK'S HALL, n s Columbia, bet Barr and Clinton. 

Colerick Henry R., law student with D. H. & W. G. Colerick, bds 92 ^ 

E. Berry 
Colerick J., bds Mayer House 5^ 

Colerick John, (J. & D. Colerick,) h 92 E. Berry. W 

Colerick Walpole G., (D. H. & W. G. Colerick ; also, notary public,) O 

h 92 E. Berry. 5 

COLERICK D. H. & W. G., (David H. and Walpole G. Colerick,) ^d 

lawyers, Calhoun st, opp Court House. ' 

OOLEEICK J. & D., g 

(John and David Colerick,) attorneys at law, Stewart's bldg, Cal- bo 

houn st, opp Court House - 

Coleridge Mary, sewing machine operator Tripp & Tigar, bds 85 E. CO 

Main. <g' 

Colin Peter, shoemkr N. Humphrey, bds National Hotel. 
Collar George W., carpenter N. G.'Olds & Son, h 160 Madison. g 

Collar Mrs. L., h Robinson Block. P- 

Collier James, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., h 213 W. Wayne. O 

Collins Charles, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 227 Barr. 3 

Collins Charles, file cutter, h n s Lewis, 1 w Calhoun. £ 

Collins Daniel, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Collins J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. » 

Collins John, lab, h 146 Hanna. gi, 

Collins P., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. i^ 

COLSON EDWARD, saw repairer 57 W. Main, h s s Columbia rd, P 

bet Cherry and Center ^ 

Comfer Owen, carpenter, h Maumee rd. g 

Comincafish Felix, machinist P Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Holman- 

and Clinton ^ 

Comraings Jeremiah, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s S. Harrison, o; 

3 n Dawson C3 

COMMISSIONER CIRCUIT COURT, STATE OF INDIANA, § 

D. P. Whedon, commissioner, ottice, n w cor Main and Calhoun R. 
Comparet David F., miller and com mer, s e cor Lafayette and Colum ^ 



bia, h n end Ilarmer 






P3 

3. 

o 



Comparet Joseph J., com mer, hn end Harmer o 

Comstock John B., ins agt, h e s Spy Run rd, n of the bridge 5^ 

Concordia German Evangelical Lutheran College, ra 

Maumee rd, nr E. city limits, G. A. Saxer, director 
Conger John, City Treasurer, office, 9 Clinton, h 30 Madison 
Conklin John, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Wall, 12 w Biuffton 

plank road ^ 

Conklin Theodore, operator Shoaff 's Gallery, n w cor Main and Cal- Cfl 

houn, h Robinson Block 3 

Conklin William H, eng T. W. & W. Ry., h 235 Jackson o 

Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn., " 

Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess block, over First National 
Bank •, 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn., 

Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess block, over First National 
Bank 



Fancy Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet Articles at 

58 FORT WAYNE CO K, DIRECTORY. 

frj Conner George F., (Conner & Co.,) h 77 E. Berry 

^ Conner Herbert J., salesman Conner & Co., bds 77 E. Berry 

*3 Conner Richard J., (Conner & Co.,) h New York City 

CQ CONNER & CO., (Richard J. and George F. Conner,) hats and caps 
g whol and ret, 3 Pli03nix Block, Calhonn st. 

o Connet Joseph B., saloon, w s Harrison, bet Main and Berry, h same 

:S Connors Bridget, wid Jerrv, h s w cor Francis and Madison 

j2 Connors Jerry, biksmith P^Fj^. W. & C. Ry. 

to 



Connors John, biksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Webster and 

Grand. 
Connors John, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mr. C. Gable. 



g Connors Michael, bli^smith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 131 Wilt. 

Connors Michael, driver City Fire department ne cor Court and Berry. 
S Continental Fire Insurance Co. of New York, Geo. F. Stinchcomb & 

-, Co., agts,, Aveline block 71 Calhoun. 

1"^ Conway Edward, lab P. Ft. "W. & C. Ry., h w s Harrison cor Melita. 
g Cook A., biksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Bluffion Plank road a 
^ Henry. 

t-^ Cook Antonie, drayman, h 29 W. Lewis. 
^ Cook Antonie, lab, h 31 W. Lewis. 
^ Cook Charles, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co. 

M Cook Christ, plowmkr A. D. Reid & Co., h 26 "W. Lewis. 
1^ Cook Christian, commission merchant, h 45 W. Jefferson. 
^ Cook Emily, milliner 168 W. Jefferson, h same. 

® Cook Frederick, shoemkr, bds 29 W, Lewis. 

■i-a Cook Isaac G., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Brandriff 5 w 

.g Webster. 

flj Cook John, saloonkpr, h 115 Barr. 

g Cook Nathaniel, lab, h Bluffton Plank Road nr T. W. & W. Ry. 

o Cook William, lab, h r B. S. Thompson. 
•^ C<'ok William, tailor, h 153 Lafayette. 

*5 Cook William S., foreman warehouse P. Ft. W. & C. R/., h 16 

Douglas av. 
^ Coolcan P., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
"5 Coombes Eliza, wid John F., h 128 Broadway. 

§ Coombs John M., (Coombs & Co.,) h 99 W. Wayne. 

§ Coombs William H., (Coombs & Miller,) h 189 W. Washington. 

i3 COOMBS & CO., (John M. Coombs, Anson Waring,) iron, steel, axles, 

g springs, hubs, spokes, felloes, wheels, blacksmith tools, agts Fair- 

•"• banks Scales, 132 W. Columbia. 

'rt COOMBS & MILLER, (William H. Coombs, William H. H. Miller,) 
•2 attorneys at law, office 50 Calhoun. 

•3 Cooper Cornelius, drayman, h e s Bluffton Plank road, nr P. Ft. W. Ry. 
g crossing. 

*j Cooper Eleanor, wid Henry, h 176 W. Wa:shino;ton. 

g Copen I., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w o Bluffton Hoad 2 n Nird- 

^ linger a v. 

ca Coppell Harmon, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & G. Ry., bds 180 E. Washing- 
•^ ton. 

^ Coppell John, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 180 9. Washington. 

E-i Corcoran lab, wks J. C. Bowser & Co. 

Corcoran Patrick, lab, h s e cor S. Harrison and Grand. 



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MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE CliA DIRECTORY. 59 



Corcoran Thomas, porter Aveline House, bds same. 

Cordoo J., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Kj. 

Corl Henry, lab, li 180 E. Washington. 

Corn Exchange Ins. Co. of New York, Babcock & Lumbard, agts, of- ^_^ 

fice Hamilton's old block building, Clinton st. _ g 

Corn Exchange Mills, John Brown, propr n w cor Pearl and Maiden p- 

Lane. o 

Cornell Francis, h 47 E. "Water. g- 

CORNEILLE JOHN B., salesman Root & Co. 90 Colmnbia, h 47^ 

Water bet Clinton and Barr. cr 

Cortney B., wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. ^ 

Cortwright John, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 16 S. Calhoun. W 
Cothrel Ann, wid Newel, h s w cor Barr and Main. ju 

Cothrel Moses, farmer, li s w cor Barr and Main. ^ 

Cothrell Jared, dining hall and saloon 65 E. Columbia, h 169 E. Wash- -t 

ington. 5* 

Cothrell L. L., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, g 

Court cor Main. ^ 

Cothrell Levi Louis, bartender Jared Cothrell, bds same. p 

Cott C, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Cotter C, bds Aveline House. ^^ 

COUNTY AUDITORS OFFICE, Court House, H. J. Rudisill, p 

Auditor. *" 

COUNTY CLERKS OFFICE, Court House, William Fleming, Clerk, g^ 
COU^'TY RECORDERS OFFICE, Court House, C. A. Re'kers, Re- o 

corder. P^ 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS, office High gJ 

School. H 

COUNTY SURVEYORS OFFICE, Nathan Butler, Surveyor, office g 

Court House. o 

COUNTY TREASURERS OFFICE, Alexander Wiley, Treasurer, g. 

office Court House. 
Cour Eugene, wks Gas Lieht Co S 

Cour John, wks P. Ft. WV & C. Ry., bds 64 E. Columbia g 

COURT HOUSE, e s Calhoun bet Main and Berry K 

Courtney Lawrence F., umbrellamkr 121 Calhoun, h same ^ 

Cowder Benjamin, omnibus driver Rockhill House ^ 

Cox John, painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 146 Hanna g* 

Cralley John H., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 19 Monroe S 

Cramer Benjamin, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental ^ 

Hotel. CQ 

Cramer Ely, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. 'Ry., h s w cor Jefferson and -^ 

Francis. o 

Cramer M., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 123 E. Lewis. 3- 

Cramer M., polisher N. G. Olds & Son. ^ 

Cramer Solomon K., lumber dealer, h n w cor N. Calhoun and Third. ^ 
Cran C, moulder Bass & Hanna. ^ 

Cran Charles, tailor, h 202 E. Lewis § 

Cran R., moulder Bass & Hanna 

Cranaman Henry, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Harrison, 2 n Dawson. 
Crance Pritchard, brickmkr, h w s Hanna, 4 s N. LaSalle. 
Crane Calvin D,, surveyor and civil engineer, bds 152 W. Wayne. 



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Crane William M., lawyer, h 152 W. Wayne. o 

Cranz James, checkman iVt depot P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w a Gay, bet o* 
Samuel and Charley. oa 

Crary Charles, boatman, bds A. Sturzeuberger. ^ 

Cratner Joseph, turner, h 136 Madison. oa 

Craven James, wks French, Hanna & Co. o 

Craven Joseph, weaver, h r 69 E. Water. ^ 

Craw Edwin L., elk Post Office, h n e cor Griffith and Jefferson, P 

Craw George A., cashier Meyer Brothers & Co., h n e cor Jefferson p 
and Griffith. •* 

Crawford Allen, h 162 Broadway. ^ 

Crawford J., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ' ^ 

Craxler John, lab, h n s Holman, 1 w Lafayette. g 

Cremering Lawrence, baker H. Schwieters, bds same. gj 

Cress Joseph, wks T. W. & W. Ry. p 

Cress Michael, lab, h e s Pine, 2 s Locust. g^ 

Cretzer John H., policeman, h w s S. Calhoun, 3 s Grand. 
Cridei David, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Holman, 2 e Lafa- ^ 
yette. g 

Crighton William, foreman machinists Murray & Bennigin, h 21 W. cq 

Lewis. p 

Crimmel C, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Crimmins Margaret, wid Patrick, h n s Baker, 1 e Ewing. S 

Crock Benedict, wks Baker & Bro. S 

Crock Hansalan, wks Baker & Bro. ^ 

Cromeyer John, lab, h w s Lima rd, nr Beck's Brewery. fi 

Crosby George T., machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Brandriff, 2 e of W 

iloagland avenue. JH^ 

Crosby Mary, wid Nathan G., h 283 W. Jefferson. CQ 

Crosby William J., machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h 283 W. Jefferson. SJ 
Crotty Thomas, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Crouse William S., boilermkr, bds 242 W. Washington. ^ 

Crow Rudolph, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Francis and O 

Washington. E3 

Crowley J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Cruikshank John W., h 90 W. Main. ^ 

Crumley Henry, cabinetmkr, h n s Main, bet Fulton and Griffith. C3 

Cruse Henry, driller, h 87 Montgomery. ^ 

Culbertson Eliza J., wid John, h 128 Madison. - 

Culbertson Henry H., dry goods and notions, 26 E. Main, h Troy, Ohio. 53 
Cull Cornelius, watchman T. W. & W. Ry., h s e cor Holman and P 

vV^ebster J^ 

Cull Edward, wks frt depot T. W. & W. Ry. ' ^ 

Cullivan Patrick, lab, h 237 E. Washington. ^ 

Cummings Jeremiah, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Holman, 2 oa 

w Lafayette. o 

Cummings Theodore T. J., restaurant n s Railroad, nr Depot, h same. § 
Cummings Wilson, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., bds L. Wright. m 

Cunningham John, carpenter, h 115 Wilt. g* 

Current Sylvanus S., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Fairfield av, gL 

3 s Taylor. ^ 

Currier Charles H., telegraph operator P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s a Wal- 
lace, bet Calhoun and Lafayette. 



Try Biddle & Hoagland's Royal Baking Powder. 

62 FORT WAYNE DAY DIKEGTORY. 

CuiTj Frank, blksmitli P. Ft. W. & C. Rj., h s s Grand, 5 w S. Har- 
rison. 

Curry J. A., blksmitli P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Ciirtin Thomas A,, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., li 170 E. Washington. 

Curtis James C, moulder Bass & Ilantia, bds Il:iy Renfrew. 
^ Curtis Martin, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Hanna, 4r s Grant. 
<u Cushing J., coppersmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
i3 Cashing J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

^ Cashing Michael, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. R. W., h> s^Wallace, bet Cal- 
o houn and Lafayette. 

.S3 Castard Joseph, wks O. D. PInrd. 

S Catshali Joseph, lab, h 111 Wilt. 

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QQ DAAKE August, wks Trier & Tegtmyer. 

.„ Dachsteiner John W., upholsterer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 251 W. Jef- 

73 ferson. 

g Dag Christian, painter, h 99 E. Washington. 

.C3 Dagetez Charles, cigarmkr Lamley & Rosenthal, h 8 s Colerick, 3 e 

^ Prince. 

Q- Daily Laura A., wid James W., h 114 Fulton. 

^ Daily S., tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

§3 Daily Tliomas, hostler J. Swain, h e s Calhoun, 3 s Mayer House. 

•g Dahiian James F., porter Fort Wayne Fruit House, bds 75 W. Wash- 

•J3 ington. 

P-i Dalman Robert, drayman, h w s Evving, 2 s Wasliington. 

ei Dalton Edward, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h 42 Wilt. 

.S?Dalton Timothy, carpenter T. VV. & W. Ry., bds 42 Wilt. 

CQ Damyer August, boilermkr T. W. & W. Ry., l.ds 75 W. Jefferson. 

B Damyer Henry, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 211 Ewitig. 

.S Damyer William, boilermkr T. W. & W. Ry., bds 75 W. Jefferson. 

S Dan ike Daniel, bds Mayer House. 

^ Dapray Victor, sp«)kemkr N. G. Olds & Son, h n s LaSalle, bet Hanna 

and L-it'ayette. 

Darker William, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h n w cor George and 
Fulton. 

W Davidson William, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Locust, 2 e R. R. 
P5 Davis Alfred, lab, h 126 Madison 

M Davis Amos, insurance solicitor Durgin & Edsall, h s w cor Berry and 
> Griffith 

2 Davis B., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 208 E. Lewis 

Davis Charles E., (Davis & Byers,) bds Mayer House 
•-5 Davis Edward, checkman frt d"'ei)t P. Ft. W'. & C. Ry. 
^ Davis Fannie, saleswoman A. Weber, bds s s W. B^rry, nr Griffith 

Davis John C, frt agt P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., office depot, h e s Hanna, 
2 n Lewis 

Davis Joseph, shoemkr Markley, Scliader & Co., h 20 E. Berry 

Davis Joseph, tinsmith A. D. Brandriff & Co., bds s e cor Washington 
and Calhoun 

Davis Phraortes B., elk N. P. Stockbridge, bds 147 W. Berry 



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Davis Samuel F., machinist, h n s Holraan, 4 e Calhoun , fm. 

Davis W. F., wks Comparet Mill ' y 



j Davis Wesley T., farmer, h 251 E. Jefferson 

i Davis William H., (Davis's & Bjers,) bds Mayer House 



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(William H. Davis, Charles E. Davis and James W. Byers,) book- ^• 

binders and blank book mnfrs, 52 Calhoun. (See card p V) ^ 

I Dawie J., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. . oa 

I Dawson John W., lawyer, office n w cor Main and Calhoun, h 148 E S 
I Berry g, 

[Day Christian, painter Henry Day, h 99 E. Washington itJ 

Day Henry, candy mkr Huestis & Hamilton, bds 99"E. Washington g 
Day Henry, house and sign painter e s Clinton, 1 n Main, h'lSl W o 

Water *< 

Deak John, engineer P. S. Underbill *TJ 

Deakmeir William, elk, bds 185 Ewing ^• 

Deam Wilson, propr Blufi'ton Stage Line, office Main St. Exchange §: 

bds same 5' 

Dean F. F., propr American House, s s Columbia, bet Calhoun and^ 

Harrison O 

Deardorfi" Octavius D., harnessmkr C. Neireiter, bds same ^ 

Debanton Peter, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. liy., bds National Hotel 2 

Decker John, wks trt dept T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Wayne, 1 e Francis ^ 
Decker Oliver, shoemkr G Nill, bds same O 

Dedrich John D., elk, bds 146 E. Wayne L- 

Deeter J. W., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. " 

Detby Alexander, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Montgomery, 3 § 

w Lafayette ^ 

Deghan Edward, helper T. W. & W. Ry., bds Patrick Deghan W 

Deghan Patrick, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Prince and ^ 

Colerick J^ 

DeGrattary James, elk, h 90 Lewis SXJ 

Dellait Abram, checkman frt dept P. Ft. W. & C. Rv., h r 190 W o* 

Main -^ ' * g- 

Dehaven Abraham, farmer, h s w cor Jefferson and Nelson g 

Dehaven Allen W., farmer, h 24 Jones ts. 

D haven Barney, contractor, h ISO Griffith ^ 

Dehaven Harrison, wks N. G. Olds & Son, h s w cor Hanna and N 2 

LaSalte ' g 

Dehaven James A., brakeman P. Ft. W. &C. Ry., h w s Blufi"ton road ^ 
1 s Henry ' ^^ 

Dehaven Jonathan, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 160 Broadway S^ 
Dehne William, carpenter, h 142 Madison t? 

Deihl Hugh M., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mrs. JST. G. Jones w 
Deininger Joseph, salesman Ulrich Deininger, bds same § 

Deininger Joseph E., tailor s s Jefferson, I w Calhoun, h same CQ 

Deininger Ulrich, groceries and notions 11 N. Calhoun, h s s Jefferson, E? 
1 w Calhoun © 

Dcirker Frederick W., tinner, h e s Van Buren, 3 n High. S^ 

Deistein Conrad, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Dekay Peter, h 125 Hanna. 



Remember Biddle & Hoagland's is the Cheap Drug Store. 

64 FORT WAYNE DIL DIRECTOKY. 

Dekay T. W., Student Ft. WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

Court, cor Main. 

. DeKay Thomas W., elk, bds 125 Hanna. 

"S Delano Thomas, dyer and scourer, e s Calhoun, 4 s"W"ashington,h8ame. 

2 Delzell R., blksmith P. Ft. "W. & C. Ry. 

^ Delzell S. J., millinery, 3 Phoenix blk, h same 

P5 Dempsey J., bds National Hotel 

g Dempsey Michael A., plumber, wks Alfred Hattersley 

•g Dennert R., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

^ Denstein Samuel, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 

tU Denzie Timothy, plumber, bds 50 E. Columbia 

jjDepler George W., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 135 S. Jackson 

o Derrer Elijah, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 22 S. Calhoun 

f2 Derome Solomon D., carpenter, h 166 E. Washington 

^ Dessart Victor, hat cleaner and repairer 45 E. Main, h same 

•5® Dessauer Lewis, (L. Dessauer & Co.,) bds Mayer House 

o DESSAUER L. & CO., (L. Dessauer, Isaac Trauerman,) Pioneer Cigar 

^ Manufactory, Calhoun, opp Keystone block 
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^Deveny Martin, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Baker, 2 e McClellan 
^j'Devoil Nicholas, cooper, h n w cor Calhoun and Butler 
■g DeWald Anton, salesman Henry Rohs, bds George DeWald 
■^ DeWald George, h w s Fairfield av, 2 n Taylor 

di DeWald George, (Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co.,) h LaSalle, opp Cass 
o DeWald Henry J., (Weber & DeWald,) h w s Fairfield av, 2 n Taylor 
.^ DeWald Leonard, shoemkr Jacobs & Son 
<3 DeWald Nicholas, helper Murray & Bennigin 



o Devaux Xavier, spokemkr N G. Olds & Son, h n s LaSalle, bet Lafay- 
S ette and Clay. 



Dey Henry, painter, h 131 W. Water 
Dibble Mary E., bds 218 W. Wayne 



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^ Dick Daniel, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h 184 Ewing 
"T3 Dickey Robert, boilerrakr, h w s S. Calhoun, nr Suttonfield 
g Dickey William, boilermkr T. W. & W. Ry. 
f^ Di<ikey William, tallyman freight depot T. W. & W. Ry. 
g> Didier Joseph, groceries and provisions n w cor Main and Harrison, 
a h Y4 W. Main 

jg Didricks Jacob, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 137 S. Jackson 
^ Diedrich David, checkman frgt dept P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
o Dieckes Frederick, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Bloomingdale 
2*Dieckmeyer William, elk Wiebeke & Taymeyer, h 128 W. Columbia 
PL* Diek Herman, wks George Reiter, bds 97 W. Clay 

-Diek John, engineer, h s s Clay, bet Jefferson and Washington 
ffi Dierstein Christian, grocer s w cor Fairfield av and George, h n w cor 
^ Fairfield av and Lavinia 

O Dierstein Conrad, carpenter, bds n w cor Lavinia and Fairfield av. 
W Diether Charles, lab, h w s Grifiith, bet Washington and Jefferson 
1.^ Diffenderfer Benjamin O., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s e cor 

Lewis and Barr 
® Dignan Thomas, lab, bds P. Morrison 

DILLE JOSEPH H., portrait and landscape painter, over Hamilton's 

Bank, h 165 W. Jefferson 
Dillon James C, carpenter, h 145 W. Washington 



Remember Biddle & Hoagland's is the Cheap Drug Store. 

FORT WAYNE DOU DIKECTORY. 65 

Bills Henry, h 241 W. Main 

Dine John, mason, h s s W. Washington, 2 e Rockhill 
Dinklage Elizabeth, wid Barney, h 241 E. Washington 
Dinklage Herman, draynnan, h w s Gay, 3 s Jones IP 

Dinklerg Margaret, wid Henry, h 267 *E. Washington 5-h 

Dirkes August, drayman, h 195 E. Jefferson m 

Dix Seth, wks William Yanalstine, bds same O 

Dixon Ellen, wid Thomas, h 53 Harrison ^ 

Dobilinski Louis, (Dobilinski, Freeman & Bard,) bds 91 E. Washington S 
Dobilinski, Freeman & Ward, (Louis Dobilinski, Newton B. Freeman *" 
Samuel Bard,) proprs Ft. Wayne Paper Mills, depot and salesroom', 5* 
51 E. Columbia ' g 

Dodge A., bds Mayer House 
Dodey Gustavus C., elk Bash & Eakin, h 226 W. Washington 



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Doelker Jacob, (Doelker & Hendershot,) h 81 E. Berry ^^ " ^ 

Doelker John, shoemkr, bds 81 E. Berry ' 

Doelker & Hendershot, (Jacob Doelker, Henry M. Hendershot,) meat 



Doherty Rose, cloak and dressmkr, 32 E. Main, h same ' ^ 

Doing Nicholas, wks Democrat office, h cor Wasliington and Harrison ? 
Dollar Weekly Press, David W. Jones & Son, proprs and publishers g 

rear Keystone Block g 

Dolty Richard, fireman P. Ft. W & C. Ry., bds A. Whitehead g 

Dolwick Peter A., salesman J. & P. Pierr, bds J. Pierr S- 

Donahoe John, saloon, w s Calhoun, nr s city limits, h same 2^ 

Donough Lawrence, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Fairfield av, opp Bass *^ 
Donoughoe Joseph, bds 90 Lewis S2. 

Donovan Thomas, lab, h s s Colerick, 3 w Prince 5- 

Donovan Timothy, fireman, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 141 E. Main S 

Doren William, city truck C. P. Fletcher, bds same 
Doriot Amiel, carpenter P. Ft. Wayne & C. Ry., h s s Charles, bet Mon- ? 

roe and Clay o* 

Doriot Julius, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., h s s Charles, bet Monroe ^ 

and Clay g 

Dothage Ernst, lab, h w s Webster, 8 s Washington ^ ^- 

Doty Augustus, elk, h 226 W. Washington "* 

Doty R., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Dougherty Alfred, student FORT 'WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- o 

LEGE, cor Court and Main, h 214 Lafayette ^ 

Dougherty Charles, carpenter LIumphrey & Cochrane, bds Union House ffl 
Douglierty Lemuel, expressman, IT. S. and Am. Ex. Co., bds Samuel g* 

Dougherty \^_ 

Dougherty Newton, tinsmith, wks Brown & Humphrey bds 1T3 W S' 
Wayne ' ' ' §; 

Dougherty Samuel, salesman L. P. Stapleford, h 173 W Wayne M 

Douglas Curtis C, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Aveline House ^ 
Douglas George, boilermkr, wks McLachlin &''Xiell, bds Mrs. Beattie ^ 
Douglas George G., elk P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. freight office, bds W S* 
Malatt J ^ » 

Douglas Henry, carriagemkr Thomas Stevens 

Douglass William B., conductor P. Ft. W & C. Ry., h e s Barr bet 
Washington and Jefferson ' 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Glass at 

60 FORT WAYNE i)UN DIKECTOKY. 



Jsd Douglass William V., salesman 1^. P. Stockbridge, bds e s Barr, bet 
o Washington and Jefferson 

S Douings Henry, lab, li s s Douglas, 4 w Lima rd 
05 Dow David, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Butler, 2 w Webster 
g Dowie W., boilermkr P. Fi, W. & C. Ky 

§ Downey Dennis, watchman T. W. & AV. Ry., h 162 W. Jefferson. 
>% Drain Oscar, cooper, h s s Lasalle, bet Hanna and Lafayette. 
jS Drake Fred. J., deputy elk Post OtRce, bds Mayer House. 

Dr ke Morgan, printer Gazette office 
"^ DRAKE MOSES, Post Master Fort Wayne, e s Court, bet Berry and 
S Main, h 91 W. Wayne 

^ Drake William R., h n e cor Baker and Webster 
co'Draiup John, teamster, bds 67 E. Columbia 
o Dreibelbiss Conrad, h 143 Harrison 

^ Dreibelbiss John P., grocer, n s Jefferson, 2 e Harrison, h 38 W. Jef- 
_^ ferson 

e Dreier Henry, (H. Dreier & Bi-o.,) bds Main Street Exchange 
«* Dreier William, (H. Dreier & Bro.,) bds Main Street Exchange 
2 Dreier H. & Bro., (Henry Dreier and William Dreier,) druggists, Cal- 
g houn, opp Keystone Block 

PQ Drew Walter, h s w cor Butler and Harrison 

>,Dreyer Henry, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Buchanan, 6 e Lafayette 
g Driftmeyer Ernest, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C Ry., h e s Monroe, 2 b 
Madison 

Dripus (xarrett C, elk, bds 64 E. Jefferson 
g Dripps Isaac, master machinist W. Division P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 64 
cC| E. Jeti'erson 

&<Dripps William A., asst master machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 64 
•Jg E. Jefferson 

o Driscoll E., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

'T Droegemeyer John A., salesman J. Freeman, h TO W. Washington. 
Xi Dubier Alcide, lab, bds 64 E. Columbia. 
^ DuBois John, lawyer, h 209 E. Lewis 
-22 Dudley Simon H., bds 39 E. Water 

cp Duell Frank, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Grand, 1 e Webster 
g Duffy Eliza, wid Owen, h 102 Francis 

Duffy John, gastitter, wks Alfred Hattersley, bds 50 E. Columbia 



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'^^ Duleu John B., bds 64 E. Columbia 

(3Ih Dutnas Peter, saloon, e s Calhoun, bet Douglas av and Holman, h 

W same. 

§ Dumm Caryl, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Aveline House 

P5 Dunbarr David E., carpenter, bds Union House 

n Dunbarr William, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Jones and 

"1 Dunham John L., traveling salesman Huestes & Hamilton, bds Mayer 
^ House 

H Dunker Louis, pastor, German M. E. Church, h 89 Fulton 
S Dunn Charles W., salesman Markley, Schrader & Co., h 213 W. Wayne 
pcj Dunn J., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
<S Dunn James, (Dunn & Co.,) bds Mayer House 
S Duun William, (McDougal & Co.,) bcis James Breen 

Dunn William, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Brandiff, 2 e Webster 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO,, 2 Keystone Block. 

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Dunn & Co., (James Duiin and Joseph Clark,) grocers, n w cor Barr 

and Berry 
Buret John B., ticket agent and telegraph operator T. W & W Rv 

h s s Taylor. 4 e Oakley • ^•' p 

DURGIN GEORGE W., (Durgiu & Edsall,) h 213 W. Washington «^ 

DUEGIN & EDSALL, ^ 

(George W. Durgin Jr., and Edmund P. Edsjill,) general insurance S 

agents, room 6, Burgess' Block, over Firot JSIational Bauk. M 

Represent the following companies : ' »33 

CO^'IN^ECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., of Hartford T, 

(general agents tor Northern Lidiana) ' 2* 

CONNECTICUT GENERAL LIFE li^S. CO., of Hartford 

NATIONAL TRAVELERS, of New York 

SECURITY FIRE, of New York 

PUTNAM FIRE, of Hurtturd, Connecticut ao 

NORTH AMERICAN FIRE, of Hartford, Connecticut » 

BUCKEYE MUTUAL FIRE, of Cleveland, Ohio 

ENTERPRISE FIRE, of Cincinnati, Ohio 

CINCINNATI HOME FIRE, of Cincinnati, Ohio 

LUMBERMAN'S FIRE, of Chicago, Illinois, {^'ee card opp, 

Ins. Co. ^ business reqister) 

Durk Martin fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Chicago, 6 e Webster I 

Duter John M., tailor, h s s High, bet Van Buren and Lima rd S 

Duthraann Henry^ shoemkr, wks John Mohr ^ 

Dvvan Michael, drayman, h s s Baker, 2 w McClellan HH 

Dwelly Charles W., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Rv., h 97 E Wayne P? 

Dwelly Joseph F., P. Ft, W. &. Ry., bds 97 E. Wayne S" 

Dyer Thomas, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Lavb ii, 3 e Broad- o 

way J^ 

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EABY J., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry I 

Eadon Catharine, wid John, h n s Buclianan, 6 e Lafayette ^ 

Eadon John, carpenter, h s e cor Lasalle and Lafavette ^ 

Eagan Patrick, bds National Hotel , S 

Eagle Brewery, John M. RiedmiUer, propr, s w city limits, w ►^inffton g 
Plank Road jsT 

Eahle Williai: , polisher N. G. Olds & Son 
Eakin Joseph S., (Bash & Eakin,) h 149 W Wayne 
Earl William, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 167 E. Wayne 
Earle Samuel, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Sun 
Early Bridget, wid Patrick, h n s Colerick, 2 w Hoa^land av 
Larvert Leonard, shoemkr, h e s Jackson, 2 s IVitchard 
Easterraan Henry lab Bass & Ha.ma, h 180 E. AYa.hington 
Ebbert Oliver, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Lafayette and g 
Buchanan -^ — 

Eberly Daniel, miller, Arctic Mills, h w s Lima rd, 2 n of feeder 
Ebney Lawrence, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 116 E. Lewis 
Ebney Louis, carpenter, h 146 E. Lewis 
Echart Tobias, lab, h w s Lima Plank Road, 1 N. Bridge 



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"New York Store," 90 Columbia St., ROOT & CO., Jobbers and 

68 FOPT WAYNE EIO DIRECTORY. 

. Echler Albert, wks L. Centliver, bds same 
§ ECKAKT FREDERICK, meat market and sausagemkr, Calhoun St., 
>» opp Court House, li n e cor JBarr and Wayne 

^^ Eckart John C, cigarmkr Lamlej & Rosenthal, h e s Ewing, 3 s 
-^ Wayne 

^ ECKERT FREDERICK P. W., batcher, w s Calhoun, 2 s Washing- 
>*^ ton, h outside city limits, west side 

■g Eckert Sophie, wid W., h e s Barr, 2 n Wayne 

o> Eckles James M., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 211 W. Washington 
i3 Edgar William H., marblewkr, bds Hedekin House 
^ Edgerton Alfred P., president Ft. Wayne Gas Co., and president and 
§ general supt Wabash and Erie Canal Co., office n w cor Columbia 

^ and Clinton, h 154: W. Berry 

-^ Edgerton Henry II., secret'-^ry Gas Co., bds 151: W. Berry 

'^, EDGERTON JOSEPH K., 

o (J. K. Edgerton & Co.,) lawyer, offi.ce and residence 85 W. Wayne, 

-2 also president Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad Co., office 

^ n w cor Barr and Berry. {See card page Y.) 

-S EDGERTON J. K. & CO., 

£3 (J. K. Edgerton and George Nelson,) lumber, shingles, staves and 

g headings, office, railroad, bet Calhoun and Lafayette. {/See card 

■^ Eding William, elk ,L. Blase, bds same 

g Edkins Thomas, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w a Brandriff 3 w 
jg Webster 

O Edler Frank, teacher St. Paul's German Catholic School, hw s Calhoun 
^ bet Jefferson and Lewis 

& Edmonds lab, bds 86 E. Main 

p», Edmonds Edward, switchman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Prince 2 n 
S Colerick 

j2 Edmonds James, teamster, h e s Lima road n e cor First 
o Edmonds Thomas M., wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Butler and 
g Harrison 

§ EDSALL EDMUND P., (Durgin & Edsall,) h 17 Douglas av nr Cal- 
^ houn 

g Edsall William, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h 106 Wilt 
•— • Edwards Charles, bds 91 Washington 

g Edwards Daniel, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 184 W. Washington 
S=J Egeter '^'rank, chairnikr, wks John M. Miller 
§ Egeter George, cabinetmkr John M. Miller, h 141 Harrison 
pq Ehinger Charles, tinner Weber & DeWald, bds 200 Madison 
Qj Ehle Edward, bi-icklaycr, li 81 Pritchard 
■^ Ehle Michael, lab, h s s Wilt 2 e Jackson 
- Ehled C, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

•- EhlertFiederick, wks T. ^Y. & W. Ry., h 313 W. Jefferson 
g Ehrmann Charles, blksmith n s W. Main 2 w of Ewing. h 230 W. Jef- 
^ t'erson 

i=j Ehrmann Mathias, teamster, h s e cor Jefferson and Garden 
^ Eicher J., carj^enter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Eickoff Francis, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 134 E. Washington 






Retailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

FORT WAYNE ETZ DIKKCTORr. 69 

Eicleberger S., wiper P, Ft. W. & C. Rj , ^ 

Eilert Charles, sexton German Lutheran Church, bds 200 Barr P' 

Elbers Henry, brewer li. Niennan, bds Martin Kierman 1- 

Elderidge Clara, wid John, h 164 Ewing g' 

Elderidge John, student, bds 164 Ewing ,- P> 

Eldred John D., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w 3 Lafayele bet 

Montgomery and Holnian 
Elgerfritz Margaret, wid Henry, h 239 W. Washington 
Ell Sebastian, lireman Planing Mil], h 1] Montgomery Ca 

Elleis Benjamin, shoemkr 89 W. Water, h same §■ 

EUers Elizabeth, seamstress Tripp & Tigar * 

Eilert Frederick, watchman T. W. & W. Ry ^S 

Eiligsen Henry, tailor, h w s Cass 4 n High § 

Elliott Willis, barber shop 78 Barr, h 152'W. Jefferson g 

Ellsworth Celia, wks French Hanna & Co 

Ely George W., (Anderson & Ely,) bds 117 W. Wayne B- 

Embry James, grocery n s Taylor 2 w Fairfield av, h 1 East ® 

Embry Lewis, s e cor Jackson and Pritchard o* 

Erne Frank C, salesman H. R. Schwegman, h 175 E. Wayne S 

Emerson Almiron, teamster N. G. Olds & Son, bds 54 Barr ^ 

Emerick Henry, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Madison and »' 

Francis g. 

Emery Charles, carpenter, h 186 Griffith CD 

Emet L , lab, h 63 E. Water ^ 

Emmeyer John, wks Bass & Hanna, b 101 Madison. '• o 

Empie William B., elk T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Fairfield av opp Bass §- 
Emrick Andrew J,, furniture manufacturer and dealer 45, 47 and 52*^ 

E. Columbia, h 24 W. Water bet Harrison and Calhoun C3 

Engelking Henry, shoemkr J. H. Robinson, h s s High cor of Yan L^ 

Buren - 

Engelking Minnie, wid Frederick, h w s Barr 2 s Washington S 

Englert Frank, cooper J. S. Pierce ^ S 

Englert John G., helper T. W. & W. Ry C-« 

Englier George, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Taylor 2 w Oakley ^^ 
English T., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. liy "^ > 

Enkenbrock Barney, expressman, h 170 E. Washino-ton CD 

ENTERPRISE FIRE INS. CO. OF CINCINN-ATI, OHIO, Durgin^^ 

& Edsall, agts, room 6, Burgess block, over First National Bank «, 
Epple John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., hs s Wilt 1 e Jackson S 

ErdiU W., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry ja 



gP 



Ermchaur F., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Erotc Christian, lab, li w s Yan Buren, 3 n of the River ry. 

Erskine Robert, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry.. bds Mrs. C. Gable S 

Erskine Robert B., foreman paint shop P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Lafa- O 

yette 3 s of Montgomery ^ 

Erwin Alexander J., operative surgeon, office Calhoun opp. Key Stone g 

block ej 



g= J 



Eschbach Godfrey, foreman E. Weisser & Co., h tannery ^ 

ESMOND GEORGE, notary public, real estate and ins agt, office, 26 ^ 

Post Office bldg, bds Aveline House ^ 

Ettinger Jeremiah, printer, h 19 W. Wayne cd 

Etzold John A., (Leeser & Etzold,) h Webster, bet Lewis and Douc^- ^ 

las av. *' 



Quick Sales and Small Profits at Biddle & Hoagland's. 

70 FOKT WAYNE FAK DIRECTORY. 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of U. S., of New York, 

John S. Irwin, agt, office, Merchants' National Bank 

■^ EnEarl N. W., nioul.ler, Bass & Ilanna 

S Evans A., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

4-a Evans Amos S,, dry goods and notions whol, 73 Columbia, li s s Main, 

^ ".2 e Lafayette 

S Evans Edwin, railroad contractor, h 174 W. Wayne 

o Evans Elizal>eth, wid John, h 58 W. Berry 

^ Evans John K., farmer, h 136 W. Berry 

(^ Evans John P., salesman A. S. Evans, bds same 

^ Evans Nathan, bds 88 W. Main 

lO EVANS RICHARD H., barber and hairdresser, 76 Colnmbia, h same 

'^ Evans S. Cary, pres Merchants' National Bank, office at bank, h 105 "W. 

§ Berry 

gq Evens Joseph, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Lafayette, 2 n 

iCJ Jefferson 

♦-TEverin Patrick, lab, h n s Baker, 2 e Harrison 

§ Evers John, wks N. G. Olds & Son, h e s Hanna, 3 s Grant 

^ Evert Andrew, buss driver C. P. Fletcher, bds same 

^ Ewing George, lawyer, bds Hamilton House 

JEWING GEORGE W., h 235 W. Main 

i-J Ewing William A., (Ewing & Miner), h Toledo, Ohio 

S Ewing William G., h 114 W. Berry 
= Ewing William M., salesman Clark & Co., bds Mayer House 
. EWING & MINER, (William A. Ewing and B. D. Miner,) executors 

^ of George W. Ewing, office, 91 W. Main 

co*Eyder P., lab Bass & Hanna 
ca Eylward James, clerk T. Hogan, bds same 

^ Ezrail Albert, brakeman, bds 228 Lafayette 

-S FAIRFIELD Asa, farmer, b e T. W. & W. Rv. 

^ Fairfield Cyrus, farmer, h e T. W. & W. Ry. 
^ Fairfield Jane, wid John, h 102 E. Main 

QQ Fahlsing Charles, salesman Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., bds W-. 
^ Falhsing 

§ Fahlsing William, pump agt, h 33 W. Jefferson 
'^ Falconer John, locksmith, h n s Sturgis, 2 w Fulton 
^ FALK LEOPOLD, clothing and furnishing goods whol and ret, 5 Key- 
^ stone blk, h 69 W. Berry 

^ Falling Charles D., night train despatcher P. Ft, W. & C. Ry., bds 79 
^ E. Main. 

<» Falls Daniel, engineer Steam Fire Co. No. 2., n e cor Court and Berry 
5 Falls Daniel N., (J. C. Bowser & Co.,) h 153 W. Wayne 
^ Farber Frederick, lab, h 151 Hanna 

Farl Hugh, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Bluffton plank rd, nr 
Nirdlinger av. 

Farmer , wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Locust, 1 w Pine 

Farnan Owen, blacksmith and coal dealer, s s Columbia, 2 e Pearl, h e 8 
Lafayette, 8 n Wallace 



Get your Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs at Biddle & Hoagland's 

FOKT WAYNE FIN DIRECTORY. 71 

Farnekes Elizabeth R.. dressmkr, h 252 E. Washington _ 
Farr Hiram G., secretary Banner Insurance Co., and ins agt, office, Ham- - 

iltoirs blk, Calhoun st, h 28 Douglas av. ^ 
Farrar Emory, boxmkr Piatt J. Wise, bds n w cor Jefferson and Lafay- W 

ette 2 
Farrar Peter, carpenter Piatt J. Wise, bds n w cor Jefferson and Lafay- ^ 

ette ^ 

Farrar Ward B., li n w cor Lafayette and Jefferson " 

Faulkner Eli J., boatman, h s w cor Lewis and Webster ^ 

Faulkner John, blacksmith T. W. & W. Ry. _ g 

Fay Ezra, carpenter, h n w cor N. Calhoun and Third o 
FAY JAMES A., attorney at law, office, room 1 Hamilton's blk, h 226^ 

W. Berry ^ 

Fay John, wks T. W. & W. Ry. g^ 

Fee Thomas W., (Griebel & Fee,) h 67 Clinton g. 

Feeny B.. polisher N. G. Olds & Son 2 

Feeny Michael, wks N. G. 01ds& Son, bds Mrs. AnnHartman. ^ 

Feigal William, wks Beck's Brewery, h Bloomingdale ^ 

Felt P., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. f» 
Felt Peter, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, g* 

Court, cor Main. p 

Felterman John, mason, h ns Wall, 3 w Bluffton rd. g^ 
Felts Charles, bds 185 E. Jefferson ^ 

Felts Louisa, wid Edward, h 185 E. Jefferson ^ 

Fenatis John, wks O. D, Hurd g 

Fenckh August, wks E. Weisser & Co., bds C. Rau g- 
Fennell John, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental Hotel 

Fenzil E., machinist T. W. & W. Ry ^ 

Ferckel Martin, wine merchant, basement 71 Columbia, h Main ^• 

Ferhman J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 5- 

Fermal J., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry j? 

Ferrar James, tanner, h 43 Clinton *" 

Fetter Mary, wid John, h 191 E. Wayne - g* 

Fiehler William, flaskmkr Bass & Hanna, h 194 E. Jefferson o; 

Field James S., elk, h 8 Sturgis 53 

Fike Cyrus, bds O. Kilpatrick o 

Filiner F., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry *=! 

Filson Robert C, (Filson & Llance,) h 201 W. Berry " 

Filson & Hance, (Robert C. Filson and John D. Hance,) auction and 25 

commission, dealers in dry goods, clothing, notions, boots and o 

caps, 7 E. Main ^ 

Finegan Michael, (Martin & Finegan,) bds Terrence Martin fU 

Fink Charles, undei-taker, 5 W. Main, grocer, n w cor Harrison and g 

Pearl, h 55 W. Main §. 

Fink Daniel, candymkr, bds s w cor Calhoun and Baker g 

Fink Frank, moulder Bass & Hanna P 

Fink Jacob, lab Bass & Hanna, h Jones, bet John and Gay M 

Fink Peter, cigarmkr L. Dessauer & Co., bds 12 W. Washington -t 
Finkle & Lyon sewing machine, C. E. Morse, State agent, Hamilton cd 

Hall, Calhoun st ?* 
Finley John, porter Rockhill House 
Finsley Edward, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., bds 128 Broadway 



ROOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a large stock of Cloakings, Cloths, 

72 FORT WAYNE FLA DIRECTORY, 

Firemen's Hall, u e cor Court and Berry 

Firemen's Insurance Company of Chicago, Illinois, 

oS S. H. Bloomhiiff, agent, room 25 Post Office bidg 

^ First Baptist Chnrcli, W. Jefferson, bet Webster and Harrison, Gilbert 
cd L. Stevens, pastor. 

^ FIRST ^TATIONAL BANK OF FORT WAYNE, and designated 
^ depository, J. D. Nuttnian, president; W. B. Fisher, cashier, s e cor 

g Court and Main 

Ph First Presbyterian Church, s e cor Clinton & Berry, Rev. John M. 

r Lowrie, pastor 
g FISCHER ANTHONY, propr Union Saloon, 54 S. Main, bet Clinton 
C3 and Barr, h same 

g Fischer C. F. A., (Meyer Brothers & Co.,) h St. Louis 
43 Fish Adelbert, artist Shoaff s Art Gallery, bds John Fish 
ctJ Fish Benjamin, h 167 Holman 

^Fish John R., engineerP. Ft. AY. & C. Ry., h n s Noel, 3 e Fairfield av 
,hf Fish Joseph, conductor T. W. & W. Ry., h s e cor Calhoun and Wal- 
o lace. 

g Fisher Benjamin, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
03 Fisher David C, elk J. Hough, bds Hamilton House 
"eS Fisher Fred., machinist, bds Murray & Bennigin 
2 Fislier George, carpenter, 182 Griffith, h same 
^ Fisher George, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds A. Whitehead 
§ Fisher George W., plasterer, h 246 E. Washington 
{ij Fisher Isaac, butcher, w s Griffith, 1 s W.Washington, h 133 W. Wash- 
^ ington 

o Fisher Jonathan H., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., has Williams, 2 w 
^ Hoagland av 

^ Fisher Joseph, plasterer, h 263 E. Washington 
o Fislier L., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
^jj Fisher Michael, caliinetmkr C. Fink, h 85 E. Berry 
o Fisher Minnie, wid Ernest H., skirtmkr Joseph Black, h 200 W. Jeffer- 
^ son 

fa Fisher Robert J., bookkpr Bass & Hanna, h 84 W. Main 
g Fisher Simon, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 30 E. Wayne 
i-H Fisher William B., cashier First National Bank, bds Hamilton House 
Jj Fisk William W., elk John M. Miller, h 211 W. Jefferson 
n Fitzgerald John, wks D. Hannum, bds 209 W. Wayne 
^ Fitzgei-ald Michael, elk Main Street Exchange 
pQ Fitzgerald Patrick H., wks D. O'Conriell & Bro., bds E. Berry 
<D Fitz'gibbon J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
"5 Fitzgibbon Margaret, wid Michael, h n s Baker, 1 e Ewing 
cj Fitzpatrick Bartley, lab, h n w cor Bass and Prince 

'"^ Fitzpatrick John, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h n e cor Bass and Fairfield av 
S Fitzpatrick M., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

I FITZSIMMONS JAMES F., 

physician and surgeon, office 78 Calhoun. (See card Businees Re- 
gister^ 

Flaherty J., lab Bass & Hanna 

Flaherty Patrick, lab, h 169 N. Jefferson 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

rOKT WAYNE FOL DIKECTOKY. 73 

Flake Anthony, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ey 

Flatrock J., lab Bass & Hanna 

Flatten Jacob N., lab T. \V. & W. Ey q 

Fledderman John G., (J. G. Fledderman & Co.,) li 25 E. Main ^ 

FLEDDERMAN JOHN G. & CO., i^ 

(John G. Fledderman, ,) mer tailors, clothiers and o 

furnishing goods, 25 Main. {See card p. Yll.) ^ 

Fleicbman Henry, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Bloomingdale gg 
Fleming John, elk, h e s Webster, bet "Wayne and Washington 

Fleming John C, engineer P. Ft. W. & C' Ey., h n w cor Clay and W 

Holman fH 

Fleming John H., Deputy County Clerk, bds 69 W. Wayne g 

Fleming Eobert E., h 162 W. Berry " 
Flemino; Sarah, wid Luke, h e s Webster, bet Wayne and Washington ^• 

Fleming Sarah E,, wid William W., h w s Barr, 4 s Wayne Sa 

Fleming Thomas, wks N. G. Olds & Son f» 
Fleming William, County Clerk's ottice, Court House, h 69 W. Wayne 3 

Flerherty Patrick, lab T. W. & W. Ey., h Gay, nr Grant Zl 

FLETCHER CHARLES P., g 

city hack and omnibus line, 4^ Aveline House blk, h 220 W. Main, g 

{See card p. V.) § 

Fletclier Frank, h s s Melita, opp Kansas ts 
FLETCHEE J. FEANK, livery, sale and feed stable s e cor Calhoun g 

and Maumee, bds Summit City Hotel ,^ 

Flether Charles F., blksmith n e cor Jackson and Main Pd 

Fletter Benjamin F., h s s Melita, bet Webster and Hoagland av. p* 

Fletter Henry, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ey. CD 

Fletter Henr> A., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h T. W. & W. Ey. ^ 

track, nr Bluflton rd. W 
Fletter Jacob JST., station engineer T. W. & W. Ey. water tank, h same, o' 
Fletter Samuel C, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C Ey., h n s Bass 2 w Prince 5" 

Flieger John, harnessmkr L. Traub, bds John Cook § 

Flinn George, bill poster, h n s Duck al, 2 w Clinton C* 

Flood Michael, lab, h s e cor West andPritchard ^ 

Flutter Franklin, i. s s Melita, 2 e Hoagland av. 2 

Flynn James, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., bds National Hotel g 

Flynn James, machinist T. W. & W. Ey., bds National Hotel ^ 

Fochs George, grocer 161 E. Washington, h same m 

Foellinger Frederick, salesman J. Foellinger, h 144 Harrison jd 
Foellinger Jacob, boots and siioes w s Calhoun, 3 n Main, h 144 Harrison HI 

Foellinger Jacob, jr., shoemkr J. Foellinger, bds same 5* 

Foellinger Martin, elk J. Foellinger, bds same § 

Fogarty Catherine, wid Edward, h w s Harrison, 1 s Pearl q3 

Fogarty Edward, (Francis & Fogarty,) bds w s Harrison, 1 s Pearl ^ 

Foley Jeremiah, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h s s Bass, 1 e Prince g 

Foleyhey Patrick, lab, h e s Prince, 3 s Colerick r* 
Folmer J3aniel, agt ^tna Ins. Co., h 153 W. Berry 
FoUinger John M., groceries, fruits and oysters 5 Phoenix blk, h 110 W. 

Wayne 

Folned Frank, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h n w cor K LaSalle and 

Clay 



Fancy Soaps, Perfumeryj and Toilet Articles at 

T4 FOKT WAYNE FOW DIRECTOKY. 

4j Fontaine Emedee, machinist, h e s Barr, 5 s Lewis 

g Fontaine F. Eugene, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., h e s Barr, 5 s 

^3 Lewis 

CQ Forbins: Jacob, (Boseker & Forbing,) h 23 W. Jefferson 

g Ford William, elk C. Orff & Co. 

o Ford William, tireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Calhoun and 
^ Baker 

j^ Fordney George, moulder Bass & Hanna, h s e cor Montgomery and 

Lafayette 
^ Fordney George M., moulder, h ^7 Madison 
,^ Forgie August, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 

O Forman Jacob, carpenter P. Ft. W, & C. lly., h n s Ilolman 1 e La- 
fayette 
g Forrest Frank, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 47 E. Main 

_Forsythe James, tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Py., has LaSalle, bet 
1*3 Hanna and Lafayette 

}— { Fortried Lewis, slioemkr jS". Humphrey, h 65 W. Water 
™ Fort Wayne Agricultural Works, N. Calhoun st., (Bloomingdale.) 
1-3 Fort Wayne College, w end Wayne st.. Isaac Jenkinson, Pres. 

^ Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Democrat, 

■^ E. & F. J. Zimniertnan, editors and proprietors, 1 Phoenix blk. 

o {See card p. 52.) 

^ Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Gazette, 

pCj Isaac Jenkinson, pubLslier and proprietor, 125 Columbia. {See 

^ card p. 44.) 

'Z FORT WAYNE FEUIT HOUSE, 

§ J. B. White, propr, 18 W. Berry 

o FOPT WAY^E GAS LIGHT (JO., A. P. Edijerton, pres., H. H. 
*§ Edgerton, Sec'y, James H. Walker, supt, s s Water, 1 e Barr 

Jg Fort Wayne Machine Works, Bass & Hanna, proprs, mnfrs steam en- 
j^ gines, mill gearing, boilers, car wheels, iron and bra^.s castings, 

Hanna, nr R. R. crossing 

a FORT WAYNE NATIONAL BANK, C. D. Bond, pres., J. D. Bond, 

2 cashier, s w cor Main and Clinton 

^ Fort Wayne Paper Mills, Dobilinski, Freeman & Bard, proprs, office, 

£3 51 E. Columbia 

§ Fort Wayne Trotting Park, n 8 St. Mary's River, bet N. Calhoun and 
•"• Spy Run 

73 Fosdick A., h 32 E. Main 

•^ Foster Andrew J,, cutter Nirdlinger & Oppenheimer, bds Mayer House 

§ Foster G., bds Mayer House 

^ Foster William B., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Latayette, 3 n 

^^ Jefferson 

§ Foster William T., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 17 Montgomery 

|0 Foundling E. H., lireman P. F. W & C. Ry. 

eg Foundling Evan, farmer, h s s Williams, 3 w Iloagland av. 

•^ Foust Peter, wks Bass & Hanna 

S5 Fowkie William, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 

E-< Fowler George W., salesman Wm. W. Updegraff & Co., bds^cor Doug- 
las av and Harrison 



CD 



MEYER BEOTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WATNE F RE DIKECTOKY. 75 

Fowles Jolin, tailor, h 77 E. Water 

Fox Bernard, carpenter, li s s Walnut, 4 e Oakley 

Fox Eli C , (Fox & Strickland,) h 20 W. Jefierson ' 

Fox Everett E., wks T. W. & W. Ej., bds Summit City Hotel 

Fox Francis, foreman blacksmith shop Bass & Hanna, h s e cor Wal- 5' 

lace and Monroe ^ 

Fox Georcre, (Weiman & Fox,) h 25 E. Main , g 

Fox Herbert D., elk Summit City Hotel, bds same »^, 

Fox James, drayman, h w s McCloUan, 1 s Holman ^ 

Fox John E., brass finisher Alfred Hattersley, h w s Ewing, 2 n W 

Wayne 

Fox Joseph, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ey.. h Force, 1 w Jones W 

Fox Joseph, student FOET WAYJSE COMMEECIAL COLLEGE, g 

Court, cor Main. g 

Fox Lewis, elk Weiman & Fox, bds 25 Main t^ 

Fox Lewis, student FOET WAYNE COMMEECIAL COLLEGE, g" 

Court, cor Main. w 

Fox Phoebe A., wid Henry C, h 9 E. Wayne S 

Fox & Strickland, (Eli C. Fox and AUanson E. Strickland,) proprs g 

Summit City Hotel, n w cor Calhoun and Chicago o 

Fralih Charles, combmkr, h w s Nelson, 2 s Jefferson ^^ 

France Joseph S., lawyer, office 5 E. Main, h n w cor College and Jef- p 

ferson. "" 

Francis Adam, (Francis & Fogarty,) h w s Harrison, 1 s Pearl 2^ 

Francis Thomas P., machinist T.'W. & W. Ey., h Noel, 2 e Fairfield o 

avenue ® 

FEANCIS & FOGAETY, (Adam Francis and Edward Fogarty,) gS 

blacksmith, w s Harrison, 1 s Pearl a 

Frane Joseph, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son, bds e s Lafayette, cor N. {ri 

LaSalle o 

Frane Margaret, wid Zevet, h e s Lafayette, cor N. LaSalle ^- 



W 



Frane Prosper, lab, h s s LaSalle, bet Hanna and Lafayette 

Frank Adam, lab, h s s Front st., (or Columbia rd,) bet Cherry and S 

Center o 

Frank Charles, carpenter, h 142 E. Wayne ^ 

Frank Frederick, tailor, h 136 Jackson C3 

Frank John, artist Ira D. Williams, bds same ^ 

Fray F. M. Mrs., millinery and ladies' furnishing goods, n w cor ^ 

Wayne and Calhoun, h same g 

Frazer Thomas, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., bds Jefferson, n w cor Barr 
Freck Julius, currier Union Tannery, bds Caspar Eau c+ 

Frederick Jacob, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h s e cor Lafayette and ^ 

St. Francis o 

Frederick Sarah, wid August, h s s Washington, 2 e Garden e-^ 

Frederick David M., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., bds Continental ^ 

Hotel pa 

Free Frank, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., bds 16 S. Calhoun *g 

Freece Isaac, wks Murray & Bennigin, h n s William, bet Webster o 

and Hoagland 

FREEMAN AVEEY, Jr., 

propr Main Street Exchange Hotel, n s Main, bet Calhoun and 
Harrison. {See card j). X.) 



Drugs, Medicines and Dye Stuffs at 



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Baggage checked direct through to Buffalo, New York and Boston. 

THROUGH TICKETS for Ciiicago, Toledo, Detroit, New York, Boston, 
Philadelphia and all the principal cities in the East and Southeast, and for all 
points in Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio; also for Quincy, Burlington, Han- 
nibal and St. Joseph, for sale at the Depot. 

<^^° Merchants' Daily Express Freight trains running through from Toledo 
to Quincy, Warsaw, Hamilton and Keokuk, stopping at all principal interme- 
diate points ; reaching Springfield in 32 hours, Keokuk in 44 hours, and 
Quincy in 40 hours. 

THOS. L. KNAP, Superintendent Western Division. 
E. A. CIIAPIN, Ass't Gen. Superintendent. 

E. C. SMITH, General Western Freight Agent. 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE FUK DIRECTORY. 77 

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Freeman Edward L., fireman T. W. & W. Rj. 






Freeman Joseph, brickmkr, h s s Buchanan, 3 e Lafayette ^ 

Freeman Joseph, clotliing whol and retail, and furnishing goods, 3 g 

Keystone Block, bds Aveline House ' e-' 

Freeman Mahlon D., h 180 W. Wayne g 

Freeman Newton B., (Dohilinski, Freeman & Bard,) h Rudisill's Mill, g 

Washington Township t-t 

Freeman Otis, master mechanic C. & Gt. E. R. R,, h 134 Ewing §" 

FREEMAN SAMUEL P., local editor DemocraL bds 146 W. Berry 2 
Freese James, wks T. W. & W. B.j. g. 

Freeze Charles, boilermkr, McLachlin & Keill O 

Frei Charles, wks E. Weisser & Co., bds C. Ran, Bloomingdale *^ 

Freiburger Simon, produce dealer 63 E. Columbia, h 34 W. Wayne ? 

Freindstine Peter, saloon, s s Columbia, bet Barr and Lafayette, h same S- 
Freitag A., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. *» 

French Charles Gr., carpenter and builder 85 E. Wayne, h 92 E.Wayne % 
French Rufus M., (French, Hanna & Co.,) h 144 E. Washington <=^ 
French Sarah, wid Jonathan, h 17 Montgomery CQ 

FRENCH, PIANNA & CO., (R. Morgan French, William W. Hanna §* 

and Oliver W. Jefferds,) proprs Summit City Woolen Mills, s s g 

Water, bet Barr and Lafayette. 
Frenking Barney, lab, h 136 Madison cS- 

Frey Jacob, wks C. Schmidt & Co. S 

Frey William A., furniture dealer, e s Calhoun, 2 s Washington, h 10 > 

E. Washington ^ 

Fricke Henry, h 183 Lafayette W 

Friday Amelia, milliner, bds Frank Duell ^ 

Friday A.. gust, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Walnut, 5 w Fairfield Kj 

avenue "l 

Friday Henry, h s s Colerick, 4 e Prince c5 

Friday Henry, drayman, h n w cor Webster and Brandriff W 

Friedrich Peter, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds National Hotel £ 
Frietzsche John U., homoeopathic physician, h 176 Griffith S 

FRIZZELL LEMUEL, grocer, 76 Barr, h same M 

Fronefiekl Reuben, (Fronefield & Todd,) h 30 W. Water SO 

Fronefield & Todd, (Reuben Fronefield and Robert Todd,) sash, door ^ 

and blind manfr, n s Duck, nr Clinton -^ 

Froprauth John, shoemkr, h e s Samuel al, nr Charley O 

Fry George A., foreman J. Fry & Sons, bds Jacob Fry M 

Fry Henry W., (Jacob Fry & Sons,) bds Jacob Fry, Rockhill "L, 

Fry Jacob, (Jacob Fry & Sons,) h n s Columbia, 2 w of the bridc^e o 
Fry Jacob, blacksmith, s s Pearl, 3 w Harrison, h 93 E. Jefferson " 
Fry Jacob, engineer, h n s Douglas, 10 wLima rd. 






Fry Joseph B., (Jacob Fry & Sons,) h 64 W. Main o 

Fry Robin, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Williams and Har-'g 

rison j3- 

Fry Sarah, wid Enoch, dressmkr, h 16 Madison § 

FRY JACOB & SONS, (Jacob, J. B. and H. W, Fry,) tanners, cur- ^ 

rier, hides, leather and findings, 123 Columbia 2 

Fuller William, teamster, h 47 E. Water g 

Furlong Andrew, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mrs. C. Gable ^ 
Furste Frank, deputy county treasurer, h 22 W. Berry 



Try Biddle & Haagland's Royal Baking Powder. 

78 FOKT WAYNE GAU DIKEUTOBY. 

Flitter Martin, chair tinislier John M. Miller, h w s N. Cass, >et Fifth 
and Sixth 

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8 GABLE C. Mrs., boardintr, h s w cor Madison and Lafayette 

i3 Giil)le Christopher, wood dealer, h s w cor Madison and Lafayette 

^ Gable Christopher, Jr., bds Mrs. C. Gable 



Gable Fred, shoemkr Herinsdorfer & Co. 

Gable Johanna, dressnikr, 17 Clinton, h same 

Gable Mary and Adaline, dresstnkrs, 17 Clinton, h same 



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»S (jable Peter, machinist Bass & Ilantia, bds Mrs. C. Gable. 
™ Gable Peter C, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 169 Holrnan 
pijGabler George, lab, has Hii^h, bet Van Btiren and Limard. 
o Gablenz Charles, engineer P*. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Jefferson and 
p^ Clay 

j^ Gictz John, wks Bass & Hanna 

"c! Gaffiier Edward, policeman, h s s Bass, 3 e Fairfield av. 
g Gatfney William, (McDonald & Giffiiey,) h Baker, 5 e Harrison 
.S GxVFFNEY & McDonald, (Wdllam Gaffney and Patrick McDon- 
'g aid,) grocers, w s Calhoun, 3 s Baker 

P5 Gains Eliza, hair dresser, S^) Columbia, h same 
^ Gair Josepn, blacksmith T. W.^ & W. Ry. 
o Galagar Conolly, poller, h s s Baker, 2 e Harrison 
■£ Gale Anthony, h 203 Lafayette 
•S3 Galebery C, m^j^ P. Ft. W. & C. Rv. 
Ph Gallager Anthony, lab p. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

C Galler George, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Hood, 1 s Prit- 
•^ chard 

^ Galligan James, helper T. W. & W. Ry. 
S Galmayer W., boilermkr, Bass & Hanna 
•^ Galmayer W., lab Bass & Hanna 
§ Galmeyer Ernest, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
*^ Ganlner Charity D., cloak and dressmkr, 80 Calhoun, h same 
^ Gardner Geoige W., switchman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Gardner John'C, clerk J. M. FoUingor, h 23 Barr 
■»-* Gardner Mary, cl'>akmkr, h 8u Calhoun 

Ganlt J., lab Bass & Hanna 
Ot^Garlert Barney, lab h s s High, 2 w Van Buren 
W Garney 11., carpenter P. Ft.'W. & C. Ry., h E. Jefferson 
^ Garrison A., helper blksmith shop Bass & Hanna, h n s Colerick 2 e 
>>f>j of Prince 

. Garris(m C, helper blksmith shop Bass & Hanna, h n s Colerick 2 e 
*^ of Prince 

O Garwood Joseph, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 52 Douglas ay 
Gassier Fred, butcher R. Wolf, h e s Harrison 2 n Main 
Gaszner John, wks John M. ICoch. bds same 
(ita'es C. L., machinist, bds Murray & Bennigin 
Gates John, lab, h 252 W. Jefferson 

Gares John C. M., salesman H. 11. Culbertson, bds Charles Stein 
Gaum Joseph, varnisher John M. Miller, bds Q^ E. Columbia 



Biddle & Hoagland's Baking Powder is sold everywhere, 

FORT "WAYNE (jrlD DIRECTORY. 79 

Gauz L., lab P. Ft. W. & C. R.y 

Gavin Kabert, miller, h n end llarmer 

Gaje Henry, shoemkr, wks John Mohr 

Gayer Angust, loreman yard N. G. Olds & Son ^ 

Gear Joseph, blksniith T. IV. & W. Ry., bds 128 Broadway g 

Gebhai-dt George, harnessmkr C. Neireiter, bds 209 Madison 

Gebhardt William, mason, h 20[) Madison 



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Geddes William, job printer Democrat office^ h Morrison block {3 

Geerken George, (VVignian & Co,) h s w cor Madison and Clay ^ 

Geiger Charles, teacher St. Mary's School, h ll'd E. Jetferson 3 

Geiseman Jacob, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. liy., h n s Locnst 2 w Pine f^ 

Geiser E., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ky " -^ 

Geiserking F. W., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- g 

LEGE, Court cor Main o 

Geismar Adolph, salesman C. L. Schirmeyer, bds TO W. Main 
Gelle Theodore, varnisher, h Bloomingdale pj 

Geller Louis, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Hanna 1 n of Hongh 5" 

Gemniinson Jacol), butcher, h 97 W. Jefferson £2". 

Genther Samuel, shoemkr, h 85 Lewis ^S 

Gentner Gottlieb, (Kaag & Gentner,) n s Monroe bet Berry and Wayne u 
George Honest, stableman C. P. Fletcher, biJs same o 

Gerardin Antoine, (Gerardin & Bro.,) h Lafa3'ette street § 

Gerardin Hippolyte, (^Gerardin & Bro.,) h s w cor Barr and Berry pa 

Gerardin & Bro., (Antoine Gerardin & Hippolyte Gerardin,) grocers s '^ 

w cur Barr and Berry O 

Gerber William H., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 8 w cor Baker f^ 

and Harrison m 

GERKE FREDERICK, grocer 205 Lafayette, h 219 Laf\iyette O 

Gerken Charles, wks Davis & Byers, bds George Gerken *^ 

Gerkin Fred, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co H 

German Methodist Chuich, Louis Dunkir, pastor, n w cor Washington ^ 

and Fulton "" 

German Reformed Church, Rev. J. H. Klein, pastor, s e cor Webster and o 

Washington o' 

Gern S., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry g" 

Gerrard William, patent right man, h 106 E. Madison o 

Gers Philip, boiler washer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w 8 West 2 s of §- 

Pr it chard ^ 

Getz John, shoemkr George Neil, bds Phillips House g* 

Gibford Abram, elk, h 170' W. Wayne o 

Gibson Daniel, elk dispatcher's oftice P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 79 Mont- ^ 

gomery S 

Gibson Edward, moulder Bass & Hanna ^ 

Gibson F. X., painter, sliop e s Jackson bet JeflPerson and Wilt XI 

Gibson Frances, wks French, Hanna & Co § 

Gibson Francis, carpenter, h e s Hanna 3 s Lewis ^ 

Gibson Frank, checkman freight depot P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds A. gQ 

Whitehead ^ 

Gibson Lizzie C, saleswoman F. M. Frav, bds same co 

Gidley James, brakeman T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Fairfield av, opp. ^ 

Cole rick 
Gidley William, yardmaster T. W. & W. Ry., h Pine s w cor Locust 



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"Housekeeping," **Dry Goods," ROOT & CO., offer the Best Quality of 

80 FOBTWAYNE GOL DIBECTORY. 

Gies Jacol), carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s e cor Lafayette and 
Charles 

Gill)ort James, wks Stanley, Bieber & Co 
^ Gilbert John, salesman Meyers Brothers & Co 

*^ Gilbert W-ilter S., brakeman, li w s Hanna bet Jefferson and Madison 
^ Gilbv John, machinist T. W. & W. lly., h 15 Hood 
^ Gilchrist MeUssa II., millinery, room 12 Burgess block, h same 
i Gilkinson W. S., civil engineer, bds Mayer House 
•g Gillan Michael, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Melita, nr Prince 
^^ Gillespie James, bkpr, bds W.H.Myers 

ffl Gilliland James, night despatcher P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Montgom- 
^ ery, 2 w Lalayette -.^ x «• 

o Gilman F., a^ent Bass & Hanna, h 182 E. Jefferson 
S Gilner Henry, bds n e cor Lafayette and Montgomery 
« Gilson J. C.; engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
J?» Gilson R., engineer P. Pt. W. & C. Ry 
o Gimble IL, cupalo tender Bass & Hanna 
S Gink J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

;! Gipson James, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Washington and 
o Garden 

^ Girard Anna, wid, h 192 Griffith 

g* Girard Charles, grocer, w s Broadway, 3 s Pritchard, h same 
■g Glaser John, farmer, h e s Spy run rd, n of the bridge 
■§ Glazer Edward F., baker Christopher Besner, h 152 Hanna 
Ph Glazzer Antonie, blksmith, bs 50 E.- Columbia 

Glee John, painter Starkey & Rupert 

Gleeson Thomas, wks J. Fry 

Glenn William M., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental Hotel 

Gloo John, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s e cor Calhoun and Wash- 
ington 

Gloyd^Yilliam IL, h n s Jeff'erson, 1 e Garden 

Glutting Charles, porter Bond & Nones, h 15 W. Washington 

Glutting Jacob, saloon, 76 Columbia, h 15 W. Washington 

Glynn John, hackdriver WiUiam Vanalstine, h Ewing 

Glynn Matthias, livery stable, 53 E. Main, Ji same 
„ Glynn W., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
eg Gmeiner Michael, tanner, h w s Lima road, between Canal feeder and 
'^ Douglas 

oj Gobat August, watchmkr, bds 64 E. Columbia 
g* Gobat Louis, blksmith, bds 64 E. Columbia 
Q^ Gockey Anthony, salesman B. Trentman & Son, h 43 W. Wayne 

-Godfrey Wright, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h 110 Broadway 
P§ Godonn John M., deputy auditor, h s e cor Douglas avand McClellan 
•S Goebel Ernst, porter Abbott & Shoaff, bds 29 W. Water 
O Goebel Frank A., elk Dunn & Co., bds 29 W. Water 
W Goepfert Benjamin, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Bloomingdale 
^ GOERIZ ADOLPII, physician and surgeon, office 84 Columbia, h 155 

W. Washington 
O Golden A., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Golden Patrick, tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h Smith, cor Grand 

Golding Thomas, helper T. W. & W. Ry 

Goller Frederick, blksmith, h s s Lewis, h w Clay ^ 



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Gonnier Jack, lab, h e s Hanna, 1 s Grant 

Gonct Louis, lab, h n w cor High and Marion 

Good B. W., bds Mayer House 

Good Frederick, h s w cor Wayne and Hanna O 

GOOD TEMPLAR'S HALL, old Odd Fellow's Hall L, 

Goodenough O., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry m 

Goodenough Orrin, Hreman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Webster and o 

Melita ^ 

Goodnoft George, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 243 Lafayette W 

Goodman Francis X., billiard saloon 72 Calhoun, h s w cor Washing-- 

Ion and Harrison Dh 

Goodricli John C, (Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co.,) bds Hamilton § 

House CQ 

Goodrich Samuel W., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 165 E. Wash-- 

inffton CO 

Goodwin Lucy, dressmkr, bds 16 Madison orq 

' Gore Frank, painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 86 E. Main ^ 

Gore W., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Gorham Charles D., train despatcher P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor ^* 

Barr and Washington O 

Gorhatn Charles E., supt W. D. P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Barr 3 

and Washington ^ 

Gorhatn Frederick A., elk supt's office P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor o 

Barr and Washington |^ 

Gorham John, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Rv., bds 16 S. Calhoun fL 

Gosser N., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. " i^ 

Gossett J. W., elk, bds Main St. Exchange ^. 

Gossett John W., salesman A. S. Evans, h cor Washington and Barr ^ 
Gosshorn Jacob S., engineer, ii s s Grand, 2 w Harrison O 

Gotch Benjamin, principal Evangelical Lutheran School 
Gothrell j'., h 181^ E. Washingto'n J3d 

Gotte Christopher, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Buchanan, bet ^ 

Cass and Hanna 5' 

Gould George, upholsterer, A. J. Emrick, h 60 W. Berry g 

Gourley John, lab, h e s Calhoun, 2 s Mayer House P 

Gouty T. Alexander, foreman Clark & Rhinesmith, h 236 W. Wash- » 

ington W 

Gowan Henry, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & €o., h 182 W. Jefi"tirson o* 
Goybs Hennan, butcher, h 151 E. Lewis ^ 

Grabner Peter M., enojineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 155 Francis 
Gratf Marx, (Marx Grajff & Son,) h 107 W. Wayne 
Graff Myer L., (Marx Graff & Son,) h 107 W. Wayne ^ 

Graft" Marx & Son, (Marx and Myer L.,) wines and liquors, whol, 125 §' 

Columbia o 

Graff Samuel, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

Court, cor Main 
Graff e Antonio, barber F. C. Meyer, h 140 Harrison 
Graff e Frederick, (G. W. Grafte <fe Co.,) h w s Calnoun, 4 s Washington 
Grafte George W., (G.W.Graffe & Co.,) h w s Calhoun, 4 s Washingron 
Graffe Henry C, (Mayer & Graffe,) hue cor Jefferson and Fulton 
Grafte John, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Buchanan, 2 e La- 
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j^ Graffe G. W. & Co., (George W. and Frederick Graffe,) stoves and till- 
er ware, w s Calhoun, 3 s Washiiioton 

S Grage Frederick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. %., h 117 W. Jefferson 

^ Grage AVniJiam, lab, h s s Stnrgis, 4 w Fulton 
a Graham J., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

5 Graham Jaines, propr Continental Hotel, w s Calhoun, 2 w Baker, h 

^ same 

<o GRxVllAM JAMES E., notary public, room 4 over Hamilton's Bank, h 
W 124: W. Wayne 

^ Graham James S., plasterer, h 256 W. Washington 

6 Graham John, salesmin F. S[)arks & Co., h s e cor Ewing and Main. 
^ Graham William, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., bds 200 W. 

o5* Jetterson 

g Gramer John, slater, h s s Wallace, bet Calhoun and Lafayette 
JC3 Granger Mary A., teacher, bds Rockhill House 

^ Gratigny Altniran F., (Giatigny & Bro.,) bds s e cor Main and Barr 
'S Gratigny Lavosier H., (Gratigny & Bro.,) bds Hanna House 

« GRATI&NY & BRO,, 

^ (Lavosier H. and Almiran F.,) druggists and chemists s w cor Main 

o and Calhoun. {See card opp. letter A^ 

W Gratery James D., salesman Morgan & Beach, h 90 E. Lewis 
t>^Gray Annie, saleswoman Huestis & Hamilton, bds n w cor Jefferson 
^ and Barr 

o Gray Edward, blksmith Thomas Stevens, bds 86 E. Main 
t! Gray George, wks N. G. Olds & Son, bds A. Garrison 
o Gray Thomas, carpenter, h w s S. Calhoun, bet Dawson and Williams 

UGREAT WESTERN DESPATCH, 

■t-s . C. L. Smith, agt, Harrison, head of Columbia 
<U Great Western Life Ins. Co., of New York, George W. Jones, agent, 
^ room 29 Post Oflice bldg | 

^ Grebell Louis, teamster, h n w cor High and Lima rd i 

■^ Greek George, marble worker s s Nirdlinger av and Bluffton plank rd.! 
-52 Gi'een Corydon, grain dealer, h 215 W. Wayne ! 

X/1 Greene Ella M., saleswoman Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., bds H.i 
O Sharp 

^ Greene George G,, bkpr Slocum & Stellwagon, h n w cor Lafayette and 
^S Hamilton ^ 

PC* Greene Robert A., (Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co.,) bds Hamilton 
W House 

2 Greene William, h 86 E. Wayne 

^ Greenland Ephraim, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Hanna and JST. 
pa La Salle 

O Greensfelder Elias, salesman J. & P. Pierr, bds 158 Broadway 
^"^ GreenstV'lder Gustavus, grocer 158 Broadway, h same 
>< GllEGG J. S., physician and surgeon, office, n w cor Columbia and 
W Calhoun, bds 91 E. Washington | 

^ Grenumun Henry, foreman carpenters T. W. & W. Ry. 
^ Griben James, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 24 Douglas av. 
«^ Grieb John, (Mayer & Grieb,) h 178 Lewis 

^ Griebel Christian, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung^ bds 58 E. Jefferson 
Griebel Louis, (Griebel & Fee,) h 58 E. Jefferson 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FOKT WAYNE GE.U DIRECTORY. 83 

Gricbel William, cabinetnikr, wks Gricbel & Fee, bds 58 E. Jefferson. 
GUIEBEL & FEE, (Louis Griebel, Thomas Fee,) furniture mnlrs and 

dealers, 44 and 4G Main , 

Griffith George V., (Griffith & Olds,) h 166 E. Wayne =^ 

Griffith James M., (Kline & Griffith,) h -iO W. Washington *h 

Griffith Levi, carpenter J. L. Potter, h 50 W. Washington 'm 

Griffiih Lewis, carpenter, h 245 E. Lewis q 

Griffith Thomas, Ix.ilerrakr T. W. & W. Rv. <^ 

GRIFFITH & OLDS, (George Y. Gj-iffith;' John D. Olds,) wheelbar- W 

row mntrs, N. G. Olds' S[)oke factury • 

Griffiths William, lawyer, h u w cnr W. Wayne and Ewing m 

Griffiths William E., salesman Morgan & Beacli, bds n w cor Wayne o 

and Ewing § 

Grift Frederick, wks N. G. Olds & Son P 

Grimes James, moulder, h 14'J E. Wayne CO 

Grinnell Carrie, saleswoman 13. I). Angell, bds same on? 

Griswold Edward, coffin mkr L. Peltier & Co., bdvS 49 E. Lewis 
Groff David W., machinist, bds s w cor Calhoun and JBaker § 

Grogan William F., physician, office w s Calhoun, 3 s Jefferson, h s s &* 

Wallace, bet Lafayette and Calhoun O 

Grojean Frank, grocer s s Calhoun, cor Douglas av, li same t* 

Gronauer William G., Lodge billiard saloon 82 Calhoun, h w s Ewing, ^ 

bet Wayne and Washington o 

Grosh John, wiper T. W. & W. P^,y. ^ 

Gross Christian, salesman Siemon Bro. & Co , bds 55 E. Jefferson gL 

Gross Frederick, foreman laborers T. W. & W. liy., h 129 Van Buren "tS 
Gross George, farmer, li s s Williams, 2 e Hoagland av. E2. 

Gross John, wks Gaslight Co. ^ 

Grote Henry A , cigars and tobacco, 30 W. Main, h same £§ 

Grothaus Henry, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. liy., h 196 E. Wayne " 

Grothen William, wks C. Schmidt & Co. ' ™ 

Gioiit E. B. Mrs., wid Isaac, h w s Fairfield av, opp Colerick 5^ 

Grout F., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Grout William, despatcher P. Ft. W'.& C. Ry., office Freight Depot, h g 
177 Harrison ^ 

Grove Maxwell J., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Lafayette, 4 n ^ 

Jefferson g* 

Grove William, boilermkr McLachliri & Keill o 

Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Company, a 

L. Liimbard, agt, 74 Columbia E^ 

Groves Daniel, brakeman, h w s Hood, 4 w Pritchard ti. 

Grube Louis, drayman, h 83 Pritchard o 

Gruber Anthony, linner Wilson & Co. . ^ 

Grui.er J. L., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, M 

Court. C!)r Mam. ^ 

Gruber Michael, tailor Nirdlinger & Oppenheiraer, h n e cor Van Buren o 

and Wilt 
Gruber Valentine, tailor] Nirdlinger & Oppenheimer, h s s Taylor, 3 

w Oakley 
Grujohn August, lab, h w s Smith, 2 s Samuel 
Grund Philip R., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 190 W. Washington 



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(-riiebard Frederick, cooper J. S. Pierce 

(ruin Russell 13., stonecutter P. S. Underhill, h s w cor Cass and Pearl 
&Guiot Jack, h s s N. LaSalle, het Lafayette and Cass 
,2 CTuisenian Jacob, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. liy., h n s Locust, 2 w Pine 
^ Gumpper Christian, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Rj., h 224 E. Jefferson 
4^ Gurkins Henry, boiUrnikr McLacldin & Keill 

^ Guss James P., helper T. W. & W. Ry. f 

^ Gust John, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 161 Madison 
a> Guttermuth ,Beniamin, baker Henry Immel 
*^ Guttermuth Casper, turner John M. Miller, h 45 Douglas av. 

Guttermuth George, h 46 Wilt 

Guttermuth H., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Guttermuth John G., wks E. Weisser & Co., h w s Cass, 3 n High 

is IIAAYELHORST Henry, shoemkr Markley, Schrader & Co., h 252 
^ E, Wasbinfjton. 

W Habecker A., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Habecker Elias, carpenter C. G. French, h 111 E. Wayne 
o Habecker William, carpenter, h 145 E. Lewis 
^ Habel Andrew, wks Eagle Brewery, h s s Jones, 1 w College 
g HaHl Charles, machinist Louis Rastetter 
jg Habel John, machinist Louis Rastetter, bds Andrew Habel 
■^ liaberkorn A., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s e cor Lafayette and 
g Buchanan 

g Haberkorn F., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

o Haberkorn Henry, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., b s e cor Lafayette 
^ and Buchanan 

g liable Andrew, shoemkr, h s s Jones, 1 w College 
S^Hackeuse A., tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
S Hadley James M., h s s Washington, 2 w Clinton 
j3 Haecker Emil, elk Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., bds Mayer House 
o Haene Frederick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 62 Douglas av. 
2 Hafner John, cabinetmkr John M. Miller, bds 51 E. Jefferson 
CO Haffner Christian, (C. Haffner & Co.,) h 29 E. Main 
^ Haffner C. & Co., (Christian Haffner & Charles W. Jacobs,) proprs. 
g Star Bakery, 92 E. Main 

•^ Hagedorn Herman, checkman freight dept P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
^ Hageman Joseph, brewer H, Nierman, bds M. Nierman 
G Hagerhost Christopher, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry 
§ Ilagerman William, policeman, h s w cor Pritchard and Broadway 
M Haggarty Lambert B., teamster N. G. Olds & Son 
fQ Haggcrty Sarah, wid Hua;!), h 124 E. Wayne 
•5 Haina Christ, wks N. G. Olds & Son 

Pj Haine William, lab, h n s Hamilton bet Hanna and Francis 
"^ Haines F., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
2 Haines James, brakemau P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds James Castle 



g Haines Paul, saloon, h s s Melita 3 e Iloagland av 
a Hair George, wks O. D. Hurd 



Hall Fred IL, traveling salesman Biddle & Hoagland, h e s Webster 2 n 
of Jefferson 



Retailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

FORT WAYNE HAR DIRECTORY. 85 

Hall James E., carpenter, h w s Calhoun nr City Limits 

Hallahan John, wks T. W. & W. Ry q 

Halle William, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, " 

Court cor Main " 

Hallouer Daniel, shoemkr, h s s Charles bet Monroe and Clay W 

HAMBROCK FREDERICK, grocer n e cor Lafayette and Montgom- ^ 

ery, h same ffjl 

Hamilton Andrew H., h s s Lewis opp. Clinton S3d 

Hamilton Elizabeth, dressmkr, h s s Wallace but Calhoun and Lafayette T. 
Hamilton Frederick, boarding house, 51 W. Berry ja 

Hamilton's Hall and Bldg, Calhoun opp. Court House *^ 

Hamilton John, station baggage mastei' F. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 145 W. *^ 

Wayne DQ 

Hamilton John H., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 50 Monroe g 

Hamilton Mary A., wid Thomas, Jr., h 88 N. Main C3rq 

Hamilton Montgomery A., (Huestis & Hamilton,) h Lewis head of Clin- ^ 

ton (p 

Hamilton P., boilerrakrP. Ft. W. & C. Ry g^ 

Hamlin Emanuel, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co ^ 

Hammon Jacob, tailor Keefer & Heingartner, h 111 Harrison o 

Hamroad Andrew, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Holman § 

and Monroe S 

Hance John D., (Filson & Hance,) h 130 W. Main g- 

Hancock L,, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental Hotel ^ 

tlank Jacob, wks C. Schmidt & Co ' 

Hauler Peter, lab, h s s Walnut 1 e Oakley ^ 

Hanley John, elk F. X, Goodman, bds same a- 

Hanlon William, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Harrison 5 n Dawson g 
HANN"A CHARLES, real estate and land office, 77 E. Berry, h 62 J? 

Barr ^ 

Hanna Eliza, wid Samuel, h E. Lewis bet Division and Walnut o 

Hanna Horace H., (Bass & Hanna,) h 215 Hanna W- 

Hanna Hugh T., bds s s Lewis, nr Division. oi 

Hanna Samuel T., secretary and treasurer Grand Rapids & Indiana R. § 

R., office 77 Berry, h s w cor Barr and Washington ca" 

Hanna William W., (French, Hanna & Co.,) bds Lewis bet Walnut and td 

Division o* 

Hanney Robert, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 39 E. Water ^ 

Hannum Daniel, propr Occidental Billiard Hall ds Calhoun 5nWayne, "" 

h 209 W. Wayne « 

Hanson Frederick, engineer N. Wheeler, h n w cor Jefferson and Rock- ^ 

hill g- 

Hanson Fred, lab Bass & Hanna g 

Hanson Richard C, gas litter Alfred Hattersley, h 109 Lafayette 
Hanzo Louis, wks French, Hanna & Co.. h 229 E. Jefferson 5? 

Harber Peter, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 25 W. Jefferson g 

Harbst Frederick, saloon s w cor Calhoun and W. Jefferson, h same eft 

Hard James, conductor T. W. & W. Ry., bds W. Malatt 
Hardendorf Emma, seamstress Tripp & Tigar, bds John Hardendorf 
Hardendorf John, carpenter, h 238 W. Wayne 
Harder Francis, Miss., h 103 E. Madison 
Harding D. N",, civil engineer, bds n s E. Berry 3 e Lafayette 



Quick Sales and Small Profits at Biddle & Hoagland's. 

FOl'T WAYNK IIAR DIRECTORY. 



ILirdino^ George, machinist T. W. & W. Ry 

llariii-aveKicriurd W., bds 95 W. Berry 

Hark Lucy, uid John, h s s W. Washington 1 w Nelson 
g llai'k Mary, wid Peter, bds 157 Madison 

>, Ilai-kenper William, watchnikr Mayer & Graffe, bds Mayer House 
^ Harper Joim, u)acliinist, bds Mrs. M. J. Aikin 
^ Harries Fred, wks C. Schmidt & Co. 
♦J Harring Peter, moidder, h 157 West 

Ph Harrington Hiram J., carpenter P. *^t. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Nirdlin- 
^ gei- av and Bhiifton Phmk Road 
W Harrington Patrick, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
J=S Harris Frederick, lab, h 145 E. Lewis 

g Harris Ge<^rge W., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 246 E. Lewis 
;S Harrison AVilliam, brakesman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s s Duryea, 2 
^ w Hoagland av. 

Harrison William, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Barr, 3 s Lewis 
^Hart James S., machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h s w cor Grand and Kan- 
o sas 

pq ILart John, lab Murray & Bennigin 
^ Hart John R., wks Baker & Bro., h 214 Lafayette 
"rt Harter Joseph, blksniith, n s Main, 2 e Broadway, h same 
S Harter Philip, salesman Root & Co., h s s Main, 2 w Jackson 

g Hartford Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn., 

^ F. P. Rmdall, aii::t, w s Clinton, bet Columbia and Main 

^HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INS. CO., OF HARTFORD, CONK, 

o H. H. Bossier, agt, room 4, over Hamilton Bank 

ES Hartman Ann, wid Joseph, boarding house, e s Lafayette, 6 n Wal- 
O lace 

^ Hartman August, brewer, bds 128 E. Washington 
O Hartman C, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

<o Hartman F., painter, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

P3 Hartman George, sawyer, h w s Nelson, 3 s JeiFerson 

2 Hartman George B., salesman Wilson & Co., bds G. R. Hartman 

P3 Hartman George R., with H. C. Hartman, h w s Webster, bet Wayne 

ej and Washington 

•"• Hartman Harmon, brewer, 12S E. Washington, h same 

o Hartman Homer C, notary public, real estate and ins. agt, office Ham- 

^ ilton's bldg, h 277 W. Washington 

a Hartman Isaac, lab, h 104 E, Madison 

•^ Hartman James, wks N. G. Olds & Son 
^ Hartman John, lab, h e s Calhoun, nr city limits --fH 

■»-^ Hartman Lemuel R., bkpr First National Bank, h 149 W. Wayne 
.g Hartman Valentine, wks N. G. Oids & Sou 

o Hartman W., blksinith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

g Hartman William, deliveryman J. M. FoUi'nger, bds same 

M Hartman William Henry, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Walnut, 2 e 
»S Oakley 

Hartmyer Frederick, whol confectioner, 47 W. Main, h same 

Ilartnett Richard, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Baker and 

Webster 
Hartshorn John S., fireman T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Noel, 8 e Fairfield 
avenue 



Get your Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs at Biddle & Hoagland's 

FOKT WAYJ^JE HEI DIRKCTUBY. 87 

Haskell Washington, produce and oyster dealer, 43 E. Columbia, bds ^ 
Mayer House " 

Hassfuriher Frederick, scliool teacher 

Hassler Joseph W., messenger Western Union Telegraph Co., bds Mrs. W 
Walters S 

Hatch Joseph P., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds W. Malett ^g 

Hate J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Hathaway John, fanner, h \)1 Wilt j. 

Hatler C, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. p 
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Hattorsley Alfred, gas litter, plumber, brass founder and linisher, 48 E 



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Main, h same CD 

Haudacher John, h w s High, bet Lima road, and VjjnBnren -I^ 

Haumeyer William, wks sash factory, h n w cor First and N. Harrison ^ 
Hausbach Jacob, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Henry, 2 e Fairlield av. gi 
Hauser H., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. O. 

Hauser Joseph, wks spoke factory, h w s Hanna, 4 s Holman S 

Hausper Jacob, machinist T. W. & W. Ry. 

Hauss David, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C Ry., h 237 W. Washington 
Haverley Anthony, blksmith, h 108 Madison 

Hawk Benjamin, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 22 S. Calhoun 
Hawkey Emil, bds Mayer Plouse p 

Hayden John W., notary public, office, Sol. D. Bayless, li n w cor Ful- 
ton and Wayne 

Hayes Dennis, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Rj., h n s Bass, 2 e Fairlield av. g^ 
Hayes John, (Reed & Hayes,) bds s w cor AYashington and Lafayette g 
Hayes Thomas, lab P. Ft.'W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Prince and Colerick g- 
Haymier Ernest, wiper T. W. & W. Ry. 

Hayne Frederick W., solicitor, bds w s Barr, 8 s Wayne ^ 

Haynes Frank, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 16 S. Calhoun 
Haynes Gilman, teamster, h s s Grand, 6 w S. Harrison 
Hazzard Lewis H., wks N. G. Olds & Son, h w s Oakley, 1 n Henry J^ 
Healo Frederick, teamster, h o s Van Buren, 1 n of the River *" 

Healmon August, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g* 

Heaton W. P., elk U. S. and Am. Ex. Go's, bds Aveline House & 

Hebert P., lireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. »• 

Heckler G., lirenjan P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. o 

Heckus Andrew, coppersmith, li s w cor Holman and Webster ^^ 

HEDEKIJN HOUSE, E.i Kearus, proprietor, e s Barr, bet Main and 

Columbia g* 

Hedekin Michael, h 97 E. Main o 

HEDEKIN THOMAS B., ' wholesale and retail grocer, s e cor Barr ^ 
and Columbia, h 82 E. Washington Jaj, 

Hedckin's Hall, s e cor Burr and Columbia £^, 

Hedges John P., bds 39 E. Water 2. 

Hedges Thomas J., foreman truck shop P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 122 W. g 



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Washington P 

Heftert John, baker 62 E. Columbia, h same CO 

Hefton Michael, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds National Hotel g 

Heger George M., mnfr and dealer cigars and tobacco, 23 Clinton, h cd 

same 
Heiber Frederick, saloon, 54 Calhoun, h Piqua Plank Road 
Heibler George W., miller, h 199 Ewing 



ROOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a large stock of Cloaklngs, Cloths, 

v\.S FORT WAYNE HEN DIRECTORY. 



lleidoiireecli T., cigarmkr, h w s Lima rd, iir Beck's Brewery 
Htidrich Joseph, carpenter, h s w cor Broadway and Wilt 
lleidwinkle lieuiy, carpenter, li r 54- W. Wayne 
a5 Heio;ht Alexander, butcher A. Wolf 

g^lleilbroner Abraham, hides, pelts, wool, and country produce, 1 Cal- 
ci houn, h w s Calhoun, 8 s Wayne 

^ Heimann Barney, delivery elk U. S. and Am. Ex. Go's, bds Main St. 
.^ Exchange 

g Heine Frederick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h 92 Madison 
Pm Heine Joseph, elk Slociim & Stellwagon, bds Edward Slocum 

rHeino;artner Martin, (Keefer & Heingartner,) h 105 W. Washington | 
S Heirholzer C, coppersmith T.^W. & W. Ry. J 

P3 Heirholzer Conrad," carpenter T. W. & W. Ey. 

g Heit Alexander, butcher, h 84 E. Wayne 
-2 Lleit Antouie, shoemaker w s Griffith, 2 n George, h same 
'rt Heitkemp Sophia, wid Conrad, h 209 Lafayette 

^ Heitman Anthony, ass't pastor St. Mary's German Catholic Church, 
^ bds 132 E. Jefferson 

g Heitshu Daniel H., (Kauffman & Heitshu,) h 128 W. Main 
pQ Heitzel Henry, shoemkr, h w s Webster, 3 s Lewis 

oa Heitzler G., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ey. 

'cS Heldt John M., barber and grinder e s Lima rd, bet Second and Third, 
S h same, also e s Calhoun, 3 n Wayne 

^ Helle Frederick, engineer J. C. Bowser & Co., h 47 E. Water 

i Helle Henry, wiper T. W. & W. Ey. 

S Helling Frederick, wks Eanke & Co., bds William Eanke 

(jjHelm Theodore, carpenter, h n e cor Henry and Miner 
^ Helmkamp Edward, shoemkr P. Uebelhar, h s s High, 4 w Yan Buren, 
^ Bloomingdale 

-. Helt George, barber Charles Shidel 
3 Hemenway W. F., Eev., pastor Wayne Street M. E. Church, li 189 W. 

o Wayne 

§ Henderhost August, lab, h w s Gay, 2 s Charley 

CO Henderson Andrew E., (Henderson & Putnam,) h 126 Clinton 



P Henderson Anujeline, wid William D., h 86 E. Main 

CO 



^ Henderson David, wks French, Hanna & Co. 



Henderson George, salesman H. H. Culbertson, bds" 23 Madison 
g Henderson Harry, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., bds Mrs. C. Gable 
R Henderson Noah, elk Anderson & Ely, bds 117 W. Waj-ne 
§ Henderson Samuel C, coppersmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h 79 E. Main 
M Henderson William, h 23 Madison 

o HENDERSON & PUTNAM, (Andrew E. Henderson and Harvey 
♦-* N. Putnam,) groceries and pi-ovisions, 78 Columbia 

JPi Hendricks Christian, wagonmkr Thomas Stevens 
'^ Heney Erhart J., elk Slocum & Stellwagon, bds 238 E. Lewis 
^ Heney Mary, wid Edward, h e s Calhoun, 3 s Mayer House 
w Henkenious Frank, drayman B. Trentman & Son, h Bloomingdale 
. iS llenlan B., wid John, h e s Lafayette, 2 n Wallace 
Hennessy Dennis, lab, bds 70 Madison 

Hennings Frederick, wks French, Hanna & Co., h 90 E.Madison 
Hennings Frederick, wks saw mill, h Mechanic, 3 s Columbia rd, or 
Front street 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

FORT WAYME HIG DIRECTOKY. 89 



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Hennings Sophia, wks French, Hanna & Co. 

Hennstitz P., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Kj 

Henry George, carpenter, h 190 W. Main q 

Henry Hiraui H., salesman B. W. Oakley & Son, h s e cor W. Main ^ 

and Van Buren 
Henry William H., fireman T. W. & W. Ey g 

Henschen Henry, elk Coombs & Co., h 170 Ewing ^ 

Henschen William, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 151 Francis m 

Hensell William, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 33 Madison SO 

Hensen Frederick, engineer, h n s W. Jefterson 1 w Union ^ 

Herbert O., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry o 

Herhalz Cohnan, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Bass 2 e Fairfield av g 

Hermann Andrew, shoemkr, h n s Pritchard 1 w Broadway ^ 

Hermann Michael, carpenter, h n s LaSalle bet Hanna and Latayette z/i 
Hermann Michael, cigarmkr, h 285 W. Jeflerson oq' 

Hermsdorfer George, (Hermsdorfer & Co.,) h cor Jefferson and Rock- ^ 

hill . g 

Hermsdorfer & Co., (George Hermsdorfer, George A. Kolp,) 2 Union ;nj 

block. Main st O 

Hermyer William, wks Clark & Rhinesmith 3 

Herring George, brewer Kaag & Gentner, h 252 E. Washington g 

Herrington E. B., carpenter J. S. Herrington, bds same g 

Herrington John, grocery Huagland av opp Bass st, h same g_ 

Herrington John S , carpenter and builder, h s e cor Hoagland av and p^ 

Melita, shop in the rear 
Herrington William, grocer Hoagland av opp Bass, bds J. S. Herring- po 

ton P 

Hess Jacob H., machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., h s s Montgomery 3 w of cd 

Lafayette -* 

Hess Nicholas W., carriage and wagonmkr n s Main bet Maiden, Lane W 

and Harrison, h 131- W. Main o' 

Hessert George, lab, h 124 E. Washington S' 

Heth Jacob, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 216 Lafayette § 

HETTINGER ISRAEL B., barber and hair dresser 7 E. Main, h 92 E. » 

Main 2, 

Hettler Christopher F., carpenter, h 88 Lewis S 

Hettler Gottleib, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Lasalle bet Hanna and § 

Lafayette S^ 

Heuer Hannan, shoemkr 55 W. Wayne, h same m 

Heurodth A., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry S* 

Hiber Frederick, saloon, h n e cor Lafayette and St. Francis ^ 

Hickets George, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry » 

Hickets William, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry § 

Hiekie Harmon, drayman, h 154 E. Washington qj 

Hickox Charles N., agt State Ins. Co. of Fort Wayne, ofiice Hamil- £j 

ton's old block, h country ^ 

Hiesner William, carpenter, h 86 W. Jefferson s* 

Hietzler Joseph, helper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Lewis 5 w Lafayette 
Higgins F. P., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Higlit Eugene, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Clay 2 n of Hou^h 
Hight John, wks Spoke Factory, bds Mrs. Ann Hartraan 
Hight W., machinist P. Ft. W.' & 0. Ry 



Fancy Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet Articles at 

90 FORT WAYNE illN DIRECTORY. 

_ Hightenrick John, wka Clark & Rliinesmith h n s Henry 4 e Fairfield 

o avenue 

2 Higi Jannarius, 1st asst St. Mary's School s w cor Jefferson and Lafa- 
£q yette, h same 

^ Ililbrecht Frederick, blksnr.ith John ^Baker, h s s Columbia bet Barr 

o and Lafayette 

2 Ilildelirand William, (Wm. Hildebrand & Co.,) h w s Calhoun 5 s 

H Wavne 

jg IIILDEiBRAND WILLIAM & CO., (William Hildebrand & Gottlieb 

-, Niemann,) grocers w s Calhoun 5 s Wayne 

'^ HildemanH nr. H , lab Bass & Hanna 
5 Hiles Charles A., h s s W. Lewis 2 e Harrison 
W Ililgaman Ernst, carpenter, h 212 E. Washington 
^ Ililgaman William, carpenter, h 214 E. Washington 

o Ililgeman Henry, engineer, h 89 W. Jefferson 

§ Ililgeman Henry, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h 194 Ewing 
'J^ Hilo:eman William, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h 186 Ewing 

o Hilker Charles, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry, h 96 Francis 
P^IIilker Frederick, wiper T. W. & W. Ry., h 167 W. Washington 
CO Hilker Henry, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Fairfield av opp Cole- 
g rick 

I HILL CHARLES L., 

fc^ pianos, melodeons, organs and musical merchandise, 52 and 54 

Calhoun, h 31 W. Water. {See side margin lines.) 
"7 Hill D. lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
O Hill Daniel, cabinetmkr Griebel & Lee 



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11 George K,, mason, h n ecor Jefferson and Jackson 

II James M., salesman John E. Hill, Jr. & Co., bds 84 W. Berry 

II John E., (Hill & Orbison,) h 84 W. Berry 

II John E., jr., (John E. Hill jr. & Co.,) h'Sl W. Berry 

II John H., tailor, h 177 Harrison 

11 Onslow G., salesman, h 106 Broadway 

11 Valentine, ciu-armkr, h n s Main, bet Fulton and Broadway 

11 ife Orbison, (John E. Hill, Alexander M. Orbison,) storage and com 

Ph mers, 130 and 132 Columbia 

|>,HILL JOHN E. Jr. & CO., (John E. Hill, jr., Henry J. Rudisill,) 

§ flour, feed and seed store, 'oQ Calhoun 

cd Hillbright Henry, blksmith J. C. Bowser &, Co. 

P^ Hillbright Henry, jr., machinist J. C. Bowser & Co. 

'g Hillburv Henry, blksmith, h 212 W. Jefferson 

oJ HiUer Hendrick, lab, T. W. & W. Ry., h 208 Ewing 

g Ilillman tienry, cabinetmkr J. J. Klaehn, bds 22 Madison 

jsjollilmkemp Henry, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h s w cor 

^ Wayne and Union 

j^ Hilt David, salesman Bond & Nones 

g Hilt John, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Baker, 3 e Harrison , 

>tHimbert John, drayman, h 16 Hood 

■g Iline Frederick, painter T. W. & W. Ry. 

^ Hines Philip, wks J. Swain, h ws Callioun, 4 n Jefferson 
Hines William, wks N. G. Ohls & Son 

Hinkle O. N., conductor P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., h s e cor Douglas and 
McClellan • 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE HOH DIBECTOKY. 91 

Hinlion William, machinist T. W. & W. Ky. 

Hinman Harvey F., carpenter Charles G. French, h 39 Union, n e cor 

"Washington 
Hinton Samuel, fish dealer, h s s Melita, opp. Kansas 

Hinton William, lireman Phitt J. Wise, bds Samuel Hintou g* 

Hipler L,, lab Bass & Ilanna 2 

Hislop Catherine, wid Robert, h 200 E. Lewis ^ 

Hite 11. T., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Calhoun and 2. 

Baker » 

Hitzeman Fi'ederick, mason, li 4i Lavinia ' E^ 

Hitzman Christian, elk Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., bds Frederick <l> 

Myers W 

HoagUind Cornelius N., (Biddle & Hoagland,) h 164 W. Wayne g 

Hoagland John, bds 110 W. Berry » 

Hoagland Joseph C, (Biddle & H jagland,) h 103 W. Main S? 

Hoasland Pliny, (P. Hoagland & Co.,) also Yice President Ft. Wayne g* 

'iSationai Bank, h 110^ W. Berry oa 

Hoagland P. & Co., (P. Hoagland, Jesse L. Williams,) proprs City Mills, ^ 

w 8 Clinton, bet Water and the canal g 

Hobert Josej)h, lab, h e s Clay, bet Jeflerson and Washington o 

Hobrook J. Harman, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Fairfield av, 

3 n Locust o 

Hobrock William J., drayman, h s e cor Calhoun & Butler 
Hoch William, hub rougher N. G. Olds & San 
Hockaday Deborah, wid Samuel, h ri s Chicago, 3 w Calhoun 
Hockami'er Charles, watchman T. W. & W. Ry., h 313 W. Washington ^ 
Hoeffer William, h bet River and Columbia rd, nr the bridge ffl 

Hoeltke Frederick, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h 200 W. Jefiersun g 

Hoffer Frederick, wks C. Schmidt & Co. ji; 

Hoffman A., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Hoffman Carrie, saleswoman Joseph Black, h 179 Clinton 
Hoffman Charles, harnessmkr L. Traub, bds Amon House 
Hoffman Henry, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
Hoffman Jacob, h 13 Hood 
Hoffman Jacob, carpenter J. L. Potter, h s s Main, bet Fulton and ^ 

Broadway ^ 

Hoffman John A., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Force, 3 s Jones p. 
Hoffman Peter, framer, h 179 Clinton g' 

Hoffmeister Henry, cooper B. Trentman & Son, h Bloomingdale fi 

Hofft , wks woolen factory, h w s Lima rd, bet Douglas and canal ^ 

feeder ^ 

Hogan Darius, fireman T. W. & W. Ry. "^ 

Hogan Michael, section boss P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Fairfield av, 2 o 

s Colerick ^ 

HOGAN PATRICK, saloon s e cor Holman and Calhoun, h 191 g 

Ewing ^ 

Hogan Samuel, constable, hue cor Marion and High *^ 

Hogan Timothy, saloon s e cor Calhoun and Grand, h n s Noel, 6 e § 

Fairtield av 
Hogarth Thomas, stone cutter J. Humphrey & Co., h w s Webster, 1 n 

W. Wayne 
Hohing D., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 



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^ Drugs, Medicines and Dye StuflFs at 

O 92 FOKT WAYNE liOM DIKECTORT. 

O . 

PQ Ilohing John J., machinist T. W. & W. Ky., h s s Duryea, 2 e Fairfield 
05 avenue 

g Holan John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Noel, 5 e Fairfield av. 
■g Holchcr Frederick, carpenter T. W. & W. Rj. 
>^riolelian Jjnnes, watchman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
{2 Holehan John, lab, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Ilollenbeck Frederick, h s e cor Webster and Dawson 
^ Hollenbeck William, wks railroad dininsx rooms, bds same 
55 Ilollinger Elias, patent right agent, h w s Union, 1 s Washington. 
^ Ilollinger Jacob, carpenter, h e s Broadway, 1 s Jefferson 
Q Hollister A. J., cigarmkr Georse Reiter, bds Mrs. Kate Housworth 
O Hollman William, painter, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 181 Ewing 
fj^ Holly Joseph S., insurance agent, h 162 Broadway 
g^ Holmes Carrie, saleswoman Keil & Bro., bds Mrs. Stapleford 
S Holms J. J., student FT. WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
(Z) Court, cor Main 

^ Holsworth Addison, salesman E. Bostick, h n e cor Lafayette and Jef- 
M ferson 

O Holsworth G., helper blksmith shop Bass & Hanna, h Broadway 
CQ Holsworth George, city fireman, h e s Broadway, 4 n P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^Holzworth Eberhard, blksmilh, n s Main, bet Maiden Lane and Harri- 
M son, h same 

M Home Fire Ins. Co. of New Haven, 

<j F. P. Randall, agt, ofiice, w s Clinton, bet Columbia and Main 

g Home Fire Ins. Co., of New York, John Hough, agt, ofiice 50 Calhoun. 
*g HOME LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, H. H. Bossier, agt, room 4 
^ over Hamilton's Bank 

o Home Place, fruit farm and nursery, St. Joe River, 1 mile n City, H. 
^ E. Rudisill, propr 

j_ Homeyer August, wks C. Schmidt & Co., bds same 
o Homeyer William, 28 W. Lewis 

o Homeyer William, wks C. Schmidt & Co., bds Conrad Schmidt 
jg Homsher Benjamin F., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry, h s w cor McClel- 
v-j Ian and Lewis 

jpi Hondheim Jacob, carpenter, h e s Pine, 1 n Taylor. 
■0 Honthime Jacob, wks T. W. & W. Ry, h w s McClellan, 5 s Lewis 
«rt Hood Thompson N., (T. N. Hood & Co.,) bds 50 W. Water 
•g Hood William E., grocer, 92 Calhoun, h 148 W. Berry 
o HOOD T. N. & CO., (Thompson N. Hood, Aaron ' Markley, H. C. 

Schrader,) boot and shoe dealers, 74 Barr. {See card Business 

Register) 
o: Hoof A., wks French Hanna & Co. 
^Iloonick Henry, carpenter, h 69 Montgomery 
g, Hooper Henry, bksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry, h 135 E. Lewis 
rt Hooven William, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry, h 21 Madison 
^ Horan B., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
aJ Hordendorf John, carpenter, h 238 W. Wayne 
fl Iloregan Timothy, lab P. Ft, W. & C. Ry. 

o Ilornam August, wks L. M. Ninde, h w s Fairfield av and City Limits 
E3 Hermann IL, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
S Homere Frederick, wks C. ^. Bond, bds same 



MEYER BEOTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE HUB DIRECTOKY. 93 



Hornung George, propr Summit City Brewery, 85 to 89 Harrison, li g* 

same o* 

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Hornung Jacob, moulder, li 191 Lafayette ^ 



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Horstmann Bernard, wks B. J. Reker, bds saire 

Horstman H. C, carpenter F. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Hostman Christian, Sr., gardener, h 86 W. Jejfferson ^ 

Hostman Christian, painter, h 82 W. JeiFerson ^ 

Hostmeir Henry, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry, h s s Wall, 3 w Bluffton g 

Flank Road g 

Hostmeir Louis, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s 8 Wall, 2 w Bluff- en- 

ton Plank Road. - 2j 

Hostmier William, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., h 209 Ewing ^ 

HOUGH JOHN, § 

geu'l ins. agt, notary public, real estate agt and attorney at law, ca 

office 50 Calhoun, h 121 W. Wayne. {See card p. 36) g 

Houlihan John, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h T. W. & W. Ry. track, 1 w & 

Fairfield av. CQ 

Hounhouse Peter, carpenter P. Ft. W. &. C. Ry., h s s Wall, 12 w Bluff- gf 

ti>n Plank Road CD 

Houser , carpenter, bds Henry Leabold 

Houser Andrew, foreman Kaag & Centner, h n 6 Monroe, bet Berry fS- 

and Wayne g 

Houser Henry, brewer, h w s Monroe, bet Wayne and Canal »> 

Houser John M., restaurant, 26 W. Main, h w s Fairfield av,2 n Henry pd 
Housford Frederick, lab, li 168 Broadway W 

Houston Christopher, painter T. W. & W. Ry. ^ 

Houston Sarah A., proprietress Hanna House, s w cor Barr and Wash- i^ 

ington " 

Houston William, helper T. W. & W. Ry. ci 



HOUSWORTH KATE, boarding, w s Barr, 3 s Wayne W 

Howard Wilbur H., salesman Root & Co., bds 87 W. Berry g 

Howe James, bds 95 W. Berry ^ 

Howes David, window blindmkr, bds Hedekin House trj 
Howey A. B., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, td 

Court, cor Main gp 

Howey Isaac, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 75 E. Jefferson ^ 
Howley Thomas, blacksmith s s W. Main, 1 w Harrison, h n e cor Q 

Melita and Webster W 

Howser Charles, wks N. G. Olds & Son m 

Howser Henry, wks Clark & Rhinesmith p 

Howser Joseph, wks N. G. Olds & Son ^ 

Hoxie Horace, h 174 E. Madison m 

Iloxstater William, lab, h. 163 W. Washington <D 

Hoy John, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 99 Montgomery *^ 
Hoyt David, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s e cor Clay and Mont- g" 

gomery ' C3 
Hubar George, butcher, h. 97 Francis 

Hubbard C. G., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. S 

Hubble John, butcher, bds 129 Harrison § 

Huber Philip, shoemaker, bds 47 E. Main ^ 
Hubler Abraham, (Hubler & Jones,) h s s Pearl, 1 w Harrison 



Try Biddle & Hjagland's Royal Baking Powder. 

94 FOKT WAYNE HUN DIRECTORY. 



Ilubler Edward, lab, bds Fox Reinhard 

llubler & Joiie^, (Abraham lliiblei- and William Jones,) saloon, s e cor 

Harrison and Pearl 
Hudry Nicholas, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., lis s Montgomery, 3 
w Hanna 
4-5 Henstis Aloumder C, (Hnestis & Hamilton,) li 203 W. Berry 

S HUESTIS & HAMILTON, (Alexander C. Huestis and Montgomery 
is Hamilton,) wliol grocers, confectioners, oysters and t'rnits, 83 and 

CQ 85 Colnmbia 

g Hutf Hiram, condnctor T. W. & W. Ry., lis 8 BrandrifF, 1 w Webster 
.S2 Il.iglies James, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & R7., h 94 Lewis 

S lluglies James, helper T. W. & W. Ry., li s s VValnnt, 3 e Oakley 
jj llnglies Margaret Miss, teacher, bds Rockhill Hoase 
^ llugi.es T., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ llulehan W., tinner P. Ft. W. & 0. Rv. 

g Hnlihan James, watchman P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., h n & Wall, 10 w Bhiff- 
p^ ton Plank Road 

5^ Hull Lonis O., elk W. Hull, bds same 
"pi Hull S ilomon, wks O. D. Hurd, h 57 Berry 

S Hull Wi^sley, restaurant n s Railroad, nr Depot, h same 

h Hultz Wdliam S., machinist J. C. B )wser & Co., bds 16 W. Water 
'g Humbert James J., caulker, bds 86 E. Main 

fr' ^ Humphrey George, (Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.,) h s s Berry, bet Ful- 
^ ton and Broadway 

fe Humphries J. M., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 

■g LEGE, Court, cor Main 

■3 Humphrey James, (J. Humphrey & Co,,) h 173 W. Berry 

P-i Humphrey John, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., bds L. Wright 

Ph Humphrey Joseph, millwright, h w s Lima R )ad, 3 n Canal Feeder 

•S? Humphrey Nelson A., (Brown & Humphrey,) bds Aveline House 

^ Humphrey Noah, boots and shoes 7 Calhoun, opp Keystone Block, h 

B 154 W. Wayne 

■g Humphrey Wilber H., tinsmith Brown & Humphrey, bds^Mayer House 

£ HUMPHREY J. & CO,, 

^ (James Humphrey, Christian Becker and Arnold Siittermeister,) 

*5 proprs Steam Marble Works, n w cor Main and Fulton. (See card 

2 p. IX.) 

^■^ Humphreys Wdliam S., (A. D. Brandriff & Co.,) h 110 W. Main 

pq" Humphries James, stonecutter J. Humphrey & Co., h s w cor Wasliing- 

M ton and Rockhill 

> Hunnsher B. P., lireman P. Ft. W. & C. Rv. 

Kgj Hunsche William, wks Back's Brewery, h Bloomingdale 

Hunstable J., wks Bass & II mna 
*^ Hunt Clnrles W., salesman Wm. W. Updegraff & Co., h ne cor Barr 
Q and AYashington 

Hunt Edward, teamster, h s w cor Jones and Smith 

Hunt James, wks Bass & Ilanna's foundry, bds 8 w cor Jones and 
Smith 

Hunt John, wks Bass & Hanna's foundry, bds s w cor Jones and Smith 

Hunt Patrick, wks Bass & Hanna's foundry 

Hunter Charles, traveling agt, h 87 E. Washington 



Biddle & Hoagland's Baking Powder is sold everywhere. 

FORT WAYNE IKY DIRECTORY. 5 



Hunter John C, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 

LEGE, Court, cor Main, h 119 Wilt S3 

Hunter William T., farmer, h 1 19 Wilt g 
Huntino^ William H., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Hoagland ^ 

av and Bass * ^. 
Huntington Samuel M., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 153 W. Wash- » 

ington ^ 
Hurd brrin D., sash, door and blind, factory, n s of the Canal, w Barr, CD 

h 142 W. Jefferson td 

Huser Charles, sawer, h w s Hanna, 4 s Holman § 

Hutchison Thomas J., foreman yard P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 146 P 

Broadway *-s 

Hutsel Daniel, bds Y. Hutsel i_i 

Hutsel J., teamster Bass & Hanna. h 191 W. Washington ^ 

Hutsel Yolentine, machinist Bass & Eanna, h s s Columbia rd, 5 w of g 

the bridge jd 

Huxfnrd F., Miss, teacher East End School g 

Hyde John, foreman polishers' T^. Gr. Olds & Son CD 

Hyde Julius C, blksmith, bds Dyer Thomas O 

Hjslup Catherine, wid , wks French, Hanna & Co § 

I ^ 

m 

IB A Elizabeth, wid William, h Fairfield av cor Colerick g 

Ider Petei-, wks Bass & Hanna's Foundry, h s w cor Joues and John 

Iglund William, h 5 Hood 

Ik(_"r Jolm, carpenter, h 138 E. Washington g 

Iniheit Michael, drayman, h n s Noel 4 e Fairfield av 

Inibody Harrison, wks N. G. Olds & Son, h 89 Montgomery 



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InmiHculate Conception Cathedral, e s Calhoun bet Jefferson & Lewis, ^ 

very Rev. Julian Benoit. Rev. E. P. Walters, D. D. pastors 
Immei Henry, baker 20 E. Berry, h same 

Indiana Staats Zeitung, ir 

Sarnighausen & Kampe, proprs., n e cor Columbia and Clinton. C3 

{jS^-e card J}. 60.) ^ 

I— » 

Indianapolis Fire Ins. Go. of Indianapolis, § 

F. P. Randall, agt, oflice w s Clinton bet Columbia and Main -^ 

Inghlert Frank, cooper, h n s Nirdlinger av 4 w BlufiFton rd r* 

Ingraham T. S., engineer T. W. & W. Ry *^ 

In.o-raliain William B.. solicitor, bds w s Barr 3 s of Wayne r* 
INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH AMERICA OF PHILADELPHIA, ^ 

H. II, Bosslei', agt, room 4 over Hamiltor>'s Baidc ^ 

Iiiternaiional Fire Ins. Co. of New York, John Hough, agt, office 50 s^ 

Calhoun P 

Irey Alfred K., c1k Lorin Smith, bds 194 Griffith - 
Irey Sarah, wid John, h 194 Griffith 
Irvin Edmond, brakeman, bds IS^I W. Jefierson 
Irvin Isaac W., brickmkr, h 125 Yan Buren 






"Housekeeping," "Dry Goods," ROOT &C0., offer the Best Quality of | 

90 FORT WAYNE JEN DIRECTORY. 

Irwin James B., cash elk McDougal & Co., bds 44 W. Wayne 

IRWIN JOHN S. M. D., 

<» cashier Merchants National Bank, ao;t for LIVERPOOL AND 

LONDON GLOBE FIRE AND LIFE INS. CO.. EQUITABLE 
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF U. S., h 44 West Wayne st 

a Irwin Sarah, wid Eliin, h 186 W. Jefferson 

g Irwin Thomas, h E. Jefferson 
"C Irwin William L., cashier McDoncral & Co., bds Hamilton House 

J3 Isenberg N., carpenter P. Ft. W.& C. Ry 

tU Iten Frank, gas titter, wks Alfred Ilattersley, h 21 W. Jefferson 
^Iten John C, carpenter J. S. Herrington, bds 24 W. Jefferson 

o Ivelhayer Frederick, plasterer, h 54 Lavinia 

2 Ives George, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 230 Lafayette 

-S J. 

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a JACKAMEYER Henry, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 51 West 
>0 Jefferson 

3 Jackson John J., machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h s e cor Yan Buren and 
^ Wilt 

CD Jackson K., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

jei Jackson Lucinda, wid E., h 82 Montgomery 

"cS Jackson William T., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Lavinia, 3 e 

^ Broadway 

® Jacob Christian, lab, h e s Yan Bnren, 1 n River 
•j3 Jacob Frederick, painter, h 68 W. Washington 

2 Jacob Peter, lab, h 114 Madison 

§ Jacobs Charles W., (C. Haffner & Co.,) h 92 E. Main 

O Jacobs John H., (W. Jacobs & Son.) h 68 W. Berry 
^ Jacobs William, (W. Jacobs & Son,) h 68 W. Berry 
*§ JACOBS W. & SON, (William and John H.,) boots and shoes 7 Cal- 

aj houn, opp. Keystone blk. 

gN Jacobson Elkan, clothing, hats and caps, 106 Columbia h 107 W. Main 

fao Jacobson Yigdor, clothing and furnishing goods 21 Calhoun, h 54 W. 

g Main 

fCj Jacoby George, saloon s w cor Lafayette and, Wallace, h same 

fc, Jarratt F., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

^Jasper , car\jenter, h 51 W. Washington 

eS Jautc Charles, lab, h s s High, bet Yan Baren and Lima rd. 
^ Jeamever J., wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
p^Jefferds Oliver W., (French, Hanna & Co.,) h 133 E. Wayne 
M Jeffries Susannah, wid Daniel, hue cor Main and Broadway 
^ Jegmeyer Christian, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
2 Jegmeyer Fred, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
_ Jegiman Henry, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co, 
*^ Jenison William T., lawyer, office, 44 Calhoun, h 241 W. Main 

o JENKINSON ISAAC, 

editor and proprietor of the Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Gazette, 
Book and Job Printing of all kinds done to order, in a superior 
manner, 125 Columbia, h 130 W. Jefferson. {See card, p 44.) 



Table Linens, Sheetings, Towelings, Toilet Quilts, Napkins. NEW YOKK STORE 

FORT WAYNE JON DIRECTORY. 97 

Jenkinson Joseph J., student, bds 142 W. Wayne 

Jennings Eenry D., foreman W. H. Norton, h4:?> Clinton 

Jennings J. W., produce com mer, w s Harrison, liead of Columbia, bds 

Mayer House q 

Jensen Henry, salesman H. Gr. Wagner, bds same I 

Jermari A. S., City Dye Works, 57 W. Water, h same 
Jerman Lewis H., dyer A. S. Jerman, bds same W 

Jerome Ann. wid James, h s s Brandrifi", 1 w Webster § 

Jewish Achduth Yeshalom Synagogue, w s Harrison, bet Washington M 

and Wayne, Rev. E. Rubin, Rabbi . ° SO 

Jobs Emmon, (Meyers & Jobs,) h n e cor Lewis and Clay 5j 

Jobson Mattic, saleswoman C. E. Morse, h 30 W. Lewis o 

Jocquel John J., hardware w s Calhoun, bet Jefferson and Lewis, h same m 
Jocquel Lewis, elks John J. Jocquel, bds w s Calhoun, 3 n Lewis -^ 

John Andrew, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Jefferson, 2 w Francis Ul 
Johns Alfred S., saddler and harncssmkr 123 Columbia, h same 6^' 

Johns David P., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 163 E. Wayne ^ 

Jolms Garrett T., saddler A. S. Johns, bds same g 

Johnson Franklin M., (M. R.-ad & Co.,) bds Hedekin House §- 

Johnson Isaac, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 184 W. Washino-ton O 
Jolinson J., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. " 3 

Johnson J., lab Bass & Hanna pa 

Johnson John, wks S. K. Evans, bds same § 

Johnson Lewis, lab, h 125 Van Buren P 

rfohnson Matilda, wid Samuel, h r 1 5 E. Main p" 

Johnston Wdliam, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 117 Broadway 
Johnston William, wks French, Hanna & Co., "bds 96 W. Berry 
Johnston William. Jr., (Root & Co.,) bds Hamilton House P 

Jones Charles A., (D. W. Jones & Son,) bds same CD 

Jones Charles H., insurance solicitor H, H. Bossier, bds Hedekin House -^ 
JONES CHARLES K., manager Western Union Telegraph Co., |33 

office n w cor Calhoun and Berry, h 89 Jackson '"' 

Jones David W., (D. W. Jones & Son,) h Blufftou rd, s city limits 
Jones Edward, painter Stanley Page, bds same 

Jones George W., (G. W. Joiies & Co.,) h s e cor Jones and Nelson p 
Jones Irvin L., elk Mayer House, bds same co" 

Jones John, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., hs s Brandriff, 2 w Webster td 
Jones John D., cutter Woodward & Young, bds Hedekin House o 

Jon( s Joseph, h 110 W. Water g* 

Jones Mary, wid David, h 55 W. Water - 

Jones N"ancy G., wid Thomas L., h s s Montgomery, 2 w Lafayette £* 

Jones Rebecca, dressmkr, bds n w cor Jefierson and Barr *-* 



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Jones Resin V., h 50 Lavinia - — ^ 

Jones T. L., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. o 
Jones Thomas, wks frt depot T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Pine, 2 s Locust ''^ 

Jones William, (Hubler & Jones,) bds Hubler ^ 
Jones William F., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Montgomery, 2 c& 

w Monroe % 
Jones William H., agricultural works, bds Hamilton House 

JONES D. W. & SON, 

(Daniel W. and Charles A.,) book and job priating and proprs 
Weekly Press, Pearl, rear Keystone Block. {See card.) 
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Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Glass at 

98 FOKT WAYNE KAli DlKECTOliY, 

-J JONES GEORQE W. & CO., 

jy (Georo-e W. Jones and ,) insurance and general agts, 29 

« i>. O. Bldg. {See card j?. YIII.) 

g Joost Albert, salesman C. L. Hill, bds Mayer House 
P Jordan John J., auctioneer L. P. Stapletbrd, bds Mayer House 
CO Jordan JosejJi S., saloon Mauniee rd, bet Division and Walnut, h same 
^Joslin Frederick W., salesman Woodward & Young, bds Hamilton 

t!4 House 

^ Joslin William H., salesman Woodward & Young, bds Mayer House 
Q Josse George, salesman, H. CI. Wagner, bds same 

^ Josse John M., physician and surgeon, office Phoenix Block, h e 8 Lima 
rd, bet Fifth and Sixth, Bloomingdale 
Judkins Hiram B., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., h e s Lafayette, 4 8 

^ Montgomery 

CQ Judkins James, machinist P. Ft. W, & C. Ey., h 14 Montgomery 

CQ 

§ KAAG Frederick, salesman H. N. Ward, bds same / 

PQ Kaag Jacob, (Kaag & Gentner,) h 167 E. Wayne 

>,Kaag& Gentner, (Jacob Kaag, Gottlieb Gentner,) brewers, w,s Mon- 
^ roe bet Wayne and Berry 

Q Kabach Rudolph, plasterer, h n w cor Fairfield av and Poplar 
•♦^ Kabisch Julius, saloon 12 W. Main, h same 

§ Kahn Henr}', shoerakr C. W. Sander, bds William Kahn 
JKJ Kahn William, shoemkr C. W. Sander, h 215 E. Jefferson 

OwKahough Richard, bds 206 E. Washington 

•g Kaiser Anton, tailor Mayer & Grieb, h 212 E. Washington 

© Kaiser Fritz, shoemkr, wks P. Schulz 

Kaiser Henry, (Henrj^ Kaiser & Co.,) h 125 Madison 
jd Kaiser Henry & Co., (Henry Kaiser, William Tagtmeyer,) shoemkrs, 
^ w s Calhoun, 2 n Washington 

"-• Kalbacher Antonio, (Kalbacher & Schank,) h 174 E. Jefferson 
ga KALBACHER & SCHANK, (Antonio Kalbacher & Constantine 
O Schank,) saloon and restaurant e s Calhoun 2 n Wayne 

Kamnieier Conrad, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Bloomingdale 
^ Kampe Adolphus, (Sarnighausen & Kampe,) h w s McClellan bet Lewis 
pH and Douirlas 

M Kamp George, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 190 Griffith 
§ Kane James M., (James M. Kane & Bro.,) h 48 W. Berry 
p- Kane Patrick H., (James M. Kane & Bro.,) bds 48 W. Berry 
n Kane James M. & Bro,, (James M. Kane, Patrick H. Kane,) notions 
g fancy goods and toys, 9 Calhoun oj)p Key Stone block 

„Kann John J., painter, h 84 W. AVater 
^ Kan lie Frc derick, mason, h 33 Madis(m 

^ Kanne Henry, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
js^ Gniirt cor Main 

[3^ Kanning Frederick, elk with William Kanning, bds 313 W. Jefferson 
^ Kapi) John, ujJiolsterer, wks A. J. Erarick 
S Kapp M., lab Bass & Hanna 

Karhlan.Adam, butcher E. Burhan 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 KeiT^stone Block. 

FORT WAYNE KEL DIRECTORY. 99 

Karns James, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co 

Karns Lewis J., traveling salesman Meyer Bros. & Co., h Union block 

Karst Charles, truukmkr, bds 51 E. Main 

Katkat Frederick, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s W. Jefferson 1 w P 

Union 5h 

Katler Eliza, wid Conrad, h 203 E. Jefferson ^ 

Kauffiiian George K., (Kanffman & Heitthu,) h 257 W. Berry § 

KAUFFMAN & HEITSHU, (George A. Kanffman, Daniel H. <; 

Heitshu,) clocks, watches atid jewelry 02 Calhoun W 

Kavanagh John, elk county elks office, bds 69 W. Wayne ' ™ 

Kaough Hichard, blksmith, wks Stevens carriage factory m 

Kay Benjamin, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Blutt'ton rd3 n Nir.d- o. 

linger av § 

Kay William, saloon s e cor Clinton and Main JS?i' 

Keathabcr George, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Ptitchard CO 

and Van Bnren crq" 

Keagel Levi, wks William M. Taylor, h w s Webster 1 n W., Wayne ^ 
Keans John, blksmith, h 148 Hanna p 

Kearns Eli, propr Hedekin House, e s Barr bet Main and Columbia (^ 

Keariis John, bds Hekekin House O 

Keefe D., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., B 

Keefer David, (Keefer & Heingartner,) h n e cor Washington and S' 

Ewing CD. 

Keefer Peter I., elk U. S. and Am. Express Co ^. 

KEEFER & HEINGARTNER, (David Keefer, Martin Heingartner,) ^ 

merchant tailors 19 Clinton Ht 

Keegan Patrick H., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Rv.,, h 147 W. Washing- ^. 

ton O 

Keenan M., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry Q 

Kegg Emanuel, carpenter, h n s Butler w of Webster " 

Keglaen Adam, lab, h s s Washington 2 e Rockhill ™ 

Kelioe Thomas, machinist Bass & Hanna, bds 197 E. Levv'is ^; 

Keifer , lab, h n s Nirdlingfir av 2 w Bluffton rd ^ 

Keifer C, wid Morrison, h 166 E. Washington o 

Keifer Christian, stone cutter, wks J. Humphrey & Co ^ 

Keifer Henry, (A. D. Brandriff & Co.,) h 16 E. Washington ^^ 

Keifer John N., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 165 Wilt 2' 

Keighton Michael, blksmith, h s s LaSalle, bet Hanna and Lafayette o 
Keil David S., (Keil & Bro.,) bds Mayer House ^ 

Keil Louis D., (Keil & Bro.,) bds Mayer House tH 

Keil & Bro., (David S. and Louis D.,) books, stationery, wall and. win- ^ 

dow paper, albums and fancy goods, 2 Phoenix blk. 3^ 

Keill William, (McLachlan & Keill,) bds Mrs. W. Beattie §^ 

Keiser D., boat captain, h 116 Broadway ts 

Keiser E., carpenier P. Ft W. & C. Ry. Dfl 

Keiser Fred, tailor Woodward & Young H 

Kelker Anthony, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 188 Griffith ® 

Kelker George, foreman machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 125 Francis ^ 
Kelker L., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
Keil en Sebastian, stonecutter, wks J. Humphrey & Co. 
Keller Boston, stonemason, h 311 W. Washington 
Keller C, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ' 



"New York Store," 90 Columbia St., ROOT & CO., Jobbers and 

100 FORT WAYNE KES DIRECTORY. 



. Keller Charles, wks C. Schmidt & Co., h 224 W. Main 
g Keller Charles, jr., wks i). Schmidt & Co., h 224 W. Main 
>,Keller J., tireman P. Ft. W. & C. Kj. 
j^ Keller John, stonecutter, wks J. Iliinipbrey & Co. 

^ Kellett Ediiiond, wks T. W. & W. Ey., h n s Colerick, 3 w Iloaglandav 
4-S Kelley Christopher, wks French, Hanna & Co. 
^ Kelley Daniel, h 204 E. Wayne 
•g Kelley J. W. B , (Ch^rk & Co.,) .■ Cincinnati 
S Kelley Patrick, lab P Ft. W. & C. Ry., h sj "Walnut, 3 w Fairfield av. 

09 

g Keliiker PeterJ blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Py.,' h 144 E. Jefferson 



, Kelley Timothy, lab, h w s Brandritf, 4 vv Webster 

"^ Keliiker John, blksmith P. Ft. W & C. Ily., h 144 E. Jefferson 



^ Kelly James J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., h n s Montgomery, 2 w 

'^ Lafayette 

O Kelly John, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Harrison, 3 n Dawson 

kIj' Kelly Michael, elk Gaffney & McDonald, h s s Baker, 3 e Harrison 

g Kelly T., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Py. 
g Kelsey Abner A., (Kelsey & Beck,) h 124 W. Main 

Kelsey James T., meat market w s Harrison, 1 n Main, h 159 W. Berry 
•^ KELSEY PERCIVAL G., physician and surgeon, office, s w cor Berry 

and Calhoun, bds Hamilton Llouse 

r3 Kelsey & Beck, (Abner A. Kelsey, Frisbey T. Beck,) groceries and 

S provisions w s Harrison, 2 s Pearl 

M Kemer Benton, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s e cor Lewis and Barr 
^Kemkle E. B., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

2 Kempt' AVilliam, baker Excelsior Bakery, h s s High, 3 w Lima rd. 
IB Kendle J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Kenehan M., bds National Hotel 

>iKen(jman Frederick, carpenter, h n w cor Hamilton and Hanna 

g Kenlanlean Jacob, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Rv., h 175 W. Jefferson 

eaHKenlon M., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Rv." 

1 Kennedy E. S., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
O Court, cor Main 

O) Kennenk Sophia, wid Louis, h 97 E. Madison 
pH Kenney Frederick, (^Kenney & Roper,) h 33 Madison 
£ Kenney John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
P3 Kenney Michael, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

P5 Kenney & R >per, (F. Kenney, W. Roper,) contractors in lime and stone, 
*y n e cor Barr and Columbia 

<D Kenning Frederick, elk William Kenning 
g Kenning William, grocer SU Barr, h same 
M Kenny Edward R., traveling salesman Huestis & Hamilton 
^ Kentschler David, stonecutter, wks J. Humphrey & Co. 
^ Kepler Christian, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h e s Griffith, 1 n George 
•^ Kepplinger Frank, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 45 E.Washington 
a Keplinger Jacob, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 51 Madison 
^ Keptland Sappener, h 140 W. Main 
g Kerr William J., (Whedon & Kerr,) h 148|E. Berry 
ttj Kertner John, lab, h 215 E. Washington 

•S KESTEL PETER, 

agt ^tna sewing machines, w s Calhoun, 2 n Jefferson, h same. {Seai 
eardj)age XII.) 



Retailers of Domestics, Sillfs, Sliawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

FURT WAYNE KIR DlRECTOllY. 101 

Ketcher J., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
Ketcher Paul, boots and shoes, 86 Calhoun, h same 
Ketker F., blksmith P. Ft. W. & 0. Rj. - 

Keys Adie, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. lly., h e s McClellan, 1 s Hoi- ^ 
man W 



Keyser J. Jacob, painter Cliarles h\ Seybold, bds same O 

KEYSTONE BLOCK, Calh.mn, cor Columbia ^ 



Kickley Joseph, polisher N. G. Olds & Son sb 
Kieier Christian, carpenter T. \V. & W. Ry., bds s s Wall, 5 w Bluffton " 

Plank Road ► ^ 

Kieser Henry, shoemkr P. Scliulz, h 125 Madison tS 

Kiefer Geor-e, lab, h s s Wall, 5 w Bluffton Plank Road S 

Kiefharber G., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. jEj 
Kierspe Charles, machinist, h s w cor Mechanic and Front, or Colum- ^ 

bia rd. onq 

Kikly Joseph, lab, h s s Melita, 4 W. Webster ® 

Kite J., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. p 

Kiley Mary wid Thomas, h s s Colerick, 4 w Prince » 

Killeen W., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Rv. ZL 

Killett Edward, machinist T. W. & W. Ry. g* 

Killkare Charles, lab, h 209 Ewin^ g 

Killmartin Edward, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Thomas Lynch ^ 

Kilpatrick Oscar, farmer, h Spy Run rd, 1 n Flour Mill ?♦ 

Kimbal , wks Bass & Haima, h T. W. & W. Ry. track <{ 

Kimball Benjamin H., carpenter, h e s West, 1 n R. R. ^ 

Kimball Samuel W., piano agt and music teacher, h 111 Broadway ^ 

Kimball Yirgil M., contractor, h 2i4 W. Berry. g. 

Kimmel Michael, lab, 64 S. Hanna S 

Kincade Francis B., h s w cor E. Berry and Harmer S^ 
Kincaid William A., engineer Clark & Rhinesmlth, h 212 Lafayette ^ 

King George E., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 142 Madison o 

King Jacob, blacksmith, bds Union House 2t 

King Jacob, blksmith, h 61 Chnton § 

King Philip, contractor, bds 64 E. Columbia 2 
Kingsley Henry, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Grand and ©^ 

Harrison ^ 

Kinious Frank, drayman, h n s Douglas, bet Lima rd and Cass ^ 
Kinnaird Robert, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h n w cor Fairfield av g, 

and Henry 

Kintner Daniel B., elk Ewing & Miner, bds Mayer House W 

Kintz Alexander, mason, h s s Douirlas, 4 w Lima rd. *-i 

Kintz Jacob J., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 22 W. Wayne g- 

Kintz John, carpenter, bds Lewis, nr Walnut o 

Kintz Sylvester, elk Clark & Co. ^ 

Kintz Thomas, teamster, h s s Jefferson, 3 w College CQ 
Kirby James A., sewing machine agt, 2 Aveline Block, h e s Barr. 2 n !g 

Washington cd 
Kirchner Edward, elk A. D. Brandrlff & Co., bds n w cor Jefferson and ^ 

Harrison 
Kirchner J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Kirkby John, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Bass, 5 w Hoagland av 
Kirkham Edward, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., n w cor Griffith and 

George 



Quick Sales and Small Profits at Biddle & Hoagland's. 

102 FORT WAYNE KNO " DIKECTORY. 



KirklaiKl John, li 22 W. Water 

Kirkly Jului, wks T. W. & W. Ry. 

Kirsi)il Charles, luachinist T. W & W. Ry. 
05 Riser Ambrose, travehn.ir agt, h 130 W. Wayne 
5^Kiser Byroii, salesman Peter Riser, l)ds same 
^ Riser Daniel, physician, h lUO W. Main 
^ Riser Ellis W., salesman Peter Riser, bds same 

^ Riser Peter, general store s s Calhoun, bet Main and Columbia, h 70 
Fm W. Wayne 

.-Rittler William, turner N. G. Olds & Son 

w KLAEHN JOHN J., 

S furniture and upholstery, 44 W. Main, h s s Pearl, 2 w Harrison. 

o [/See card p. X.) 

^ Rlatt Jacob, lab, h 266 W. Jefferson 
tS Rleaber Christopher, masor;, h w s Gay, 2 s Jones 

_Rlee John, painter, li n s Baker, 3 e Harrison 
"§ Rleimeyer Diedrich, tailor, bds A. Reilmg 

5 Rlein John H., pastor German Retorm Church, h 5Y W. Washington 
W Rleiner Peter, wks J. T. Relsey, bds same 

CO Rley Frederick, cooper, h 236 W. Main 

g Rlimiller Henry, watchman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 55 Madison 

*5 Rline Charles, lab, h n s IN. LaSalle, bet Lafayette and Clay 

'g Rline Frederick, (Rline & Griffith,) h n s W. Washington, bet Griffith 

aJ and Fulton 

SQ Rline Jacob, groceries and provisions. 80 Columbia, h 126 E. Berry 

oT Rline John, salesman Jacob Rline, bds same 
ig Rline Peter, clerk, bds 126 E. Berry 
O Rline Peter, shoemkr, h 15 E. Washington 

„ Rline & Griffith, (Frederick Rline and James M. Griffith,) groceries 
^ and provisions, 80 Calhoun 

^ Rliner John, ])ainter e s Griffith, 2 s Jefferson, h 198 W. Jefferson 

O Rlingnian John, blacksmith, h e s Lafayette, 2 s N. LaSalle 

§ Rhngmeyer Gotlieb, tailor Reefer & Heingartner 

fa Rlinginberger John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Buchanan, bet Cass 

oa and Hanna 

iS Rlitt Jacob, agt Clark & Rhinesmith 

9^ Rlix Hugh, china, crockery, glassware, &c., 69 E. Columbia, h same 

!§ Rlotz Daniel, salesman H. R. Schwegman, bds same 

O Ring Martin, carpenter, h n s E. Wayne, 2 e Hanna 
i.pq Rnapp Frank, lab, h s s W. Washington, 2 w Nelson 

Qj Rnapp George John, lab P. Ft. AV. & C. Ry., h w s Oakley, 2 s Walnut 

■S KMPP ISAAC, M. D., D. D. S., 

..S resident dentist, office Reystone Block, s wcor Calhoun and Colum- 

,o bia, u]) stairs, h e s Fairtield av, s city limits. {See card p. X.) 

:^ Rnapp William B., dentist I. Rnapp, bds same 

'g Rnappenberger John, elk Washington Haskell, bds Mayer House 

1— * Rneck Frank, lab, h s s High, 2 w Lima rd 

Rneight Dom nick, wks Trier & Tegtmyer, h 165 Holman 
Rnight Anthony, machinist, h e s Webster, bet Dawson and Bass 
Rnight Jerry, lab, h s w cor Holman and McClellan 
Rnoder George W., painter, bds 146 Broadway 



Get your Paints, Oils aid Dye Stuffs at Biddle & Hoagland's 

FORT WAYNE . KRA DIKBCTORY. 103 

Knoll Henry, machinist T. W..& W. Ry. ' ^ 
Knothe C. T., student PORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- P 

LEGE, Court cor Main . S^ 

Knothe Julius, (Krudop, Brandt & Co.,) h 51 E. Jefferson p^ 

Knowlton George W., {Root tfe Co.,) h Riverdale, New York g 

Knox John J., h 122 W. Wayr" . g 

Koch Henry, cigarmkr Char! .laun, bds same 50 

Koch Jolm M., saloon, 22 E. ^^..y , "L. 

Kochel Richard, engineer Arctic Mills, bds DaniefEberly ^ 

Kochs Frank J., wks N. Wheeler, h s s High, 4w Lima rd C3 

Kock Bernard, (U. Brake & Co.,) bds — E. Washington § 
Kock William, tailor John G. Fledderman & Co., h s e cor Washington JT* 

and Lafayette ^ 

Kockmeyer Barney, cjtrpenter, h 153 Lafayette ^ 

KOEBLE JOHN GEORGE, grocer w s Broadway, 6 s Pritchaixl, nr g, 
-^ — - o 

CO 

tr 



R. R. crossing, h same 
Koegel Christian, carpenter Lavinia, 2 e Broadway, h n e cor Lavinia 

and Broadway 
Koeller Peter, shoemkr, bds 15 E.Washington po 



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Koester Christian, (Paul & Koester,) h s e cor W. Jefferson and Har 

rison p 

Koester John, shoemkr w 6 Calhoun, bet Jefferson and Lewis, h same g 
Koester John H., grocer, w s Calhoun, 7 s Jefferson, h same 
Kohler Daniel, engineer, h 23 Monroe ^ 

Kohlraan John, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Montgomery, 4 w o 

Lafayette 2- 

Kohltuff" Frederick, wks W. Mayers, bds same ^ 

Kohrman John B., fireman Trier & Tegtmeyer, h 79 W. Washington "rl 
Kolbacher Adam, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Lafayette, 6 s La- ^. 

Salle • g 

Kelp George A., (Hermsdorfer & Co.,) h 198 W. Wayne 2 

Kolp John A., bds S. Ell 

Komp Daniel, carpenter, h s e cor Washington and Rockhill $3^ 

Konig E., (Rev.), pastor St. Paul's Catholic Church, h n e cor W. §* 

Washington and Griffith p' 

Koons A., fireman P. Ft, W. & C Ry. g 

Koop John A., (Jolm A. Koop & Co.,) bds Charles Stein 83. 

Koop John A. tte Co., (John A. Koop and Henry Schums,) notions,^ 

fancy goods, toys, bird cages, etc., 96 Columbia ^ 

Kopp Michael, moulder, h n w cor Hanna and Montgomery g 

Koster Joseph, carpenter, bds 50 E. Columbia J"^ 

Kostrenske Abraham, peddler, h 12i Harrison m 

Kouder Feldy, lab, bds ]3 Hood £* 

KOVER 0. J., 3. 

CO 

painter house sign and ornamental, Robinson's Block, head of Co- 2 
lumbia, h same. {See side lines) ' m. 

Kraff C, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C Ry. ^ 

Kraft Frederick, lab, h s e cor Jefferson and Broadway <t» 

Kraii Christian, mason, h s s Ewing, bet Washington and Wayne 2- 

Kramer Barney, elk, h 71 Lafayette 

Kramer Bernard, cutter John G. Fledderman & Co., h 47 Madison 
Kramer Christian, salesman C. Orff & Co., bds 128 Madison 



ROOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keepalarg. stock of Cloakings, Cloths, 

104 FORT WAYNE KYL DIRKCTORY. 

Kramer Fred, printer "W. II. Norton, bds 128 Madison 

Kramer Martin, l)lksmith, li 123 E. Lewis 

Kramer Peter, lab, li Spy Ran rd. 
O Kramer William, lah P. Ft. W. & C. Rr., b 147 Madison 
g^KRATZSCH HERMAN, groceries .-aid provisions, 84 Calhoun, h 
cd same ' 

^ Kready Jolin, elk, bds Hedekin House 
4-a Kreamer Christian, carpenter, h 296 W. Jefferson 
o Kreamer William, mouldei-, wks Murray & Bennigin 
P^ Kreig Samuel, l)rakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 45 E. Washington 
^Kreniuel Trangott, tailor, w s Calhoun, 3 w Washington, h same 
CO Krenthater AY., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 



5 Kress M., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

;S Kretti Valentine, br-keman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Calhoun 
^ and Baker 

„Kretner Joseph, wks N. Wheeler 
"^ Krettner Caroline, wid Joseph, h s w cor Broadway and. Wilt 

o Krider D., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

PQ Krift Frederick, carpenter, h 169 S. Lafayette 

^ Kroll Rudolph, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Washington and 

Q Francis 

f^ Kronemiller G., boilerwasher P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

g Kronmiller Leonard, cooper, ws N. Cass, bet Fourth and Fifth, h same 

c^ Krozenkinger Christian, h w s Lima rd, bet canal feeder fvnd Douglas 
33 Kruck Hansom, teamster, h 233 E. Jefferson 

g Krndop John, (Krndop, Brandt & Co..) h 27 W. Jefferson 
jg Krudop, Brandt & Co., (John Krudop, Frederick Brandt, Julius Knothe 

o and Lewis Schroeder,) saw mill, w s Cass, bet Water and Canal 

r Krule R., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
O KrusG Ernst, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Webster, 3 s Washing- 

o ton 

g Kruse Ernest H., lab, h 211 Madison 

2 Krnse Frederick, elk William Kruse, h 60 W. Washington 

g Kruse William, grocer, w s Barr, 2 s Washington, bds same 

S Kruser H., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
»^ Kufhal Henry, shoemkr, h Harrison 

<u Kuhne F. W., elk Auditor's office, h n s Jefferson, 4 w Ewing 

g Kulman Jacob, watchman J. C. Bowser & Co. 

rt Kuiikle Erastus B , machinist, h 128 E. Wayne 

M Kuntz Adam, butcher J. T. Kelsey, h s s Columbia rd, 1 w of thebridge 
Jg Kuntz Jacob, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., h 254 W. Jefferson 
*■» Kuntz Peter, h Spy Run rd, nr French Brewery 
.g Kurntzel F., mach'inist Bass & Hanna 

O Kuser John, hih, h e s Cass, 4 n Hicjh 

g Kutner A., brass moulder P. Ft. wf^ C. Ry. 

g Kutner Joseph, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 233 E. Jefferson 
NN Kvh' Abraham P., (A. P. Kyle & Co.,) h 166 Broadway , 

KYLE A. P. & CO., 

(Abraham P. Kyle, Isaac J. Barlow and Ambrose Adam?,) pump 
mnfrs, 164 Broadway. {See card page IX.) 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

FORT WAYNE LAN DIRECTORY. 105 

o 

Lacliaemaier John Frederick, carpenter, bds n e cor Lavinia and Broad- " 

way 
Ladd Warren, elk D. S. Beaver, h 129 W. Wayne W 

Ladendorf H., tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds National Hotel § 

Laeb Henry, mason, h 77 Madison M 

Laeser Francis, li n s Wall 2 w Bluifton rd S3 

Lafflar Henry, h 6Q W. Jefferson m 

Lafheenzs Henry, lab, li 278 W. Jefferson o 

Lahman Jacob, carpenter, h n s Williams 2 w Harrison w 

Lalunier Daniel, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., li 252 W. Jefferson ^ 

Lahmire J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry M 

Laible Christian, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., hn s Henry 2 wHoagland avo5' 
LAID LAW WALTER, slate roofer, h Columbia rd nr Canal ^ 

Laird William, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 16 S. Calhoun g 

Lake William, painter Starkey & Rupert, bds Mrs. Stapleford Q^ 

La^emiller Jacob, shoemkrP. Wonlfe, bds same O 

La.ley James, watch mkr Mayer & Graffe, bds Mayer House 3 

Lamb Charles, bds 123 E. Washington g 

Laiib David, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h s e cor Fairfield av and g 

Butler » 

Laner John, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., h 8 Sturgis (o 

Lanley Moses, (Lamley & Rosenthal,) h 179 W. Wayne m 

Lanley & Rosenthal, (Moses Lamley, Max Rosenthal,) tobaco, cigars pa^ 

and confectionery 6 Keystone block P 

Lafnond Adolph, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co CD 

Lalnpke Henry, boatman, h 19 W. Washington ^ 

Lanpman David, farmer, h n s Wilt 2 w College ^ 

Laicaster John, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry o' 

Laicaster Robert, lab Bass & Hanna p' 

Laicke Frederick, machinist T. W. & W. Ry § 

Laidick Leonard, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry,, bds 16 S. Calhoun !=*. 
Laidis Jacob, carpenter, h e s Clinton 3 s Main ^ 

Laidsinan Frederick, wks Trier & Tegtmyer, h w s N. Cass 3 s First S 
Laidsman Henry, lab, h s s High 4 w of Lima rd § 

L?ig Aemilius J., salesman Townley, De Wald, Bond & Co., bds^ 
; Mayer House m 

Lflig Edward, foreman job room DemoGvat office, bds n w cor W. Main pa 

and Cass £^ 

Lsng George, barber shop 21 Calhoun, h Bloomingdale o3' 

liiuigiLeonard, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Bass 3 w Hoagland av § 
Lang\William, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s E. Wayne 2 e Hanna ^ 
Lang^., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry SJ 

Lang^R., professor Concordia College, bds same ® 

Langh\inrich Ernest, wks C. Schmidt & Co r* 

LangoVe John, teamster, h Lima rd bet Canal feeder and Douglas 
Langs v., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
Lankemn Henry, coi-n\)0&iiov Indiana Staais Zeitxing 
Lankna Francis, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., h n s W. Jefferson 1 w 
of Yebster 



o 

4-3 

CO 

o 



Fancy Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet Articles at 

106 FORT WAYNK LEII DIEECTORY. 

Lannigaii Patrick, lab, li e s Bluffton plank rd nr P. Ft. "W. & C. Ry.', 
ci'ussinoj 

Lapp H., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Lapp Henry, oaker Henry Lnmel, bds 20 E. Berry 

Large Joscpii S , (Rev.) pastor Trinity Church, h 142 E. Main 

Larkey Philip, shoemkr, bds 15G Harrison 
52 Larrabee Thomas, salesman Ash & McC ill loch, li ss Sturgis 3 w Fnlton 
t: La Rue Henry B., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental Hotel 
M Larwill John S., agrictdtural implements, bds Hamilton House 

_Lau Susan, (Shelling & Lau,) cor Washington and Calhoun 
'^ Lau Thomas, architect and contractor, h s w cor Calhoun and Wash- 
o ington 

W Lauber Frederick, sausagemkr, bds 107 Francis 
JM Laude Joseph, cabinetmkr, h 56 E. Water 
§ Lauer Paul, bricklayer, h 70 E. Jeiferson 

M Lauferty Alexander S., salesman Lauterty & Bro., bds 75 W. Berry 
•g Lauterty Isaac, (Lauterty & Bro.,) h 75 W. Berry 
o Lauferty Max J., (Lauferty & Bro.,) h 95 W. Main 
P^ Lauferty Simon, elk Lauferty & Bro., bds 95 W. Main 
cp Lauterty & Bro,, (Isaac and Max J.,) dry goods, clothiers, &c., 108 
Pd Columbia 

W Lauferty S. L., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL C0LLE31E, 
Q Court, cor Main 

y Laughlin Charles, ins. agt, bds Mrs. R. Barrett 
,^ Laughlin James, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son 
- Laurent Antoine, elk John Laurent, bds same 

Laurent John, wines and liquors, whol and importer, s w cor Colunbia 
cS and Barr, h same 

<D Lavanway Frank, painter, h 43 E. Water 

g Lawrence Edward E., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 223 W. Jef- 
Q ferson 

^Lawson Robert P., propr Ft. Wayne Marble Works, n e cor Main and 
■5 Cass, h same 

^g Leach Alice, saleswoman Flora Sexton, bds Will Gay 
*g Leach Edward, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Fairfield av, 2 s 
•^ Taylor 

^ Leach tfohn S., carpenter, h n s Poplar, 2 w Fairfield av. 
g Leacli William, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 16 S. Calhoun 
l2 Leahman Charles, lumber dealer, h 129 E. Washington 
^ Leaper Robert T., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 49 E. Lewis 
a Learman S. IL, tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
"^ Learmon Christian, drayman, h 257 E. Jefferson 
§ Learmon Christian, lab, bds 257 E. Jefferson 
.fapLearnibn William, lab, bds 257 E. Jefferson 

BQ Leathers (ieorge C, route agt Am. Ex. Co., h n s Holman, 2 e Calhoun 
g Leeser Charles H., (Lee6er'& Etzold,) h Broadway, bet R. Ll. and 
o Wall 

^Leeser & Etzold, (Charles H. Leeser, John H. Etzold,) boot aid shoe 
a> makers, e s Calhoun, 4 n Washington 

CU Leeson John, machinist P. Ft. W. &'^G. Ry., h 96 Lafayette 
Leggett James, wks Stanley Bieber & Co., bds Mrs. E. RockUl 
Lehman John, painter T. W. & W. Ry., h 216 E. Washingtoi 



Lenker Yalentine, wks Beck's Brewery, h Bloomingdale ^ 

Lennart John, carpenter, h 88 E. Madison ^ g 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FOET WAYNE LlC DIRECTORY. 107 

Lehman Samuel, tinner, h 74 Calhoun 

Lehnecker Christian, lab, bds s e cor Calhoun and Washington 

Lehneke Frederick, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Noel, 10 e Fair- 

■ Held av. 

Lehr George P., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 70 E. Jeflferson ff 

Lehr Justis, plasterer, h s s Sturgis, 2 w Fulton g 

Lehrman John, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds National Hotel g 

Leibnitz Charles, stonecutter, wks J. Humphrey & Co. ^. 

Leichner John, saloon and restaurant 120 Columbia, h same ^ 
Leifels Joseph J., propr National Hotel and leader brass band, h e b ^ 

Barr, bet Montgomery and Holman ® 

Leithe A., lab Bass & Hanna W 

Lekauf John, butcher, 98 Barr § 
Lemle John, crockerymkr Columbia rd, nr the bridge, h s s Columbia g 

rd, 4: w of the bridge * -t 

Lendlan William, teamster, h s e cor W. Washington and Ewing g* 

Lendmin William, policeman, h 85 Pritchard w 

Lenker Henry, cabin etmkr, wks John M. Miller i-t 

O 

Lenon C, Mrs., dress and cloak maker 92 Columbia, h same -^ 

Lenon Charles, salesman E. Woodward, h 92 Columbia p 

Lenz James, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 229 W. Washington "^ 

Leon John, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 228 Lafayette ^ 

Leonard Henry, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 146 Jackson o 

Leonard J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 
LEONARD PARK M., physician and surgeon, office, 6 Phoenix block, ^ 

h 200 W. Washington g 

Leonard William, gunsmith r 54 Barr, h same ^ 

Lepley C, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. o 

Lepley C, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g- 
Lepper Henry, carpenter, h 240 E. Jefferson 
Lepple Gottlieb, lab, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Duryea, 3 w Hoagland S 

avenue o 

Leser Henry, teacher Evangelical Lutheran School, bds 33 Madison ^ 

LESMAN JACOB, g 

propr Mayer House, s e cor Calhoun and Wayne. {/See card Bus- §* 

iness Register^ g 
Letourmaux Frederick, shoemkr, bds 50 E. Columbia 

Leuber William, lab, h e s Harrison, 2 s Bass ^ 

Lendenberger Christoplier, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co. m 

Levi August, peddler, h 67 W. Main o 

Lew Jacob, lab P. Ft. W. & C Ry., h e s Lafayette, 6 s LaSalle 3- 

Lewis B., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Lewis Bayless A., dyer A. S. Jerman, bds same p» 

Lewis Clark A., foreman newsroom Gazette office, h 96 W. Water *^ 

Lewis Ira, h e s Lima rd, bet Fifth and Sixth O 
Lewis Levi, wks J. F. Fletcher, bds Pennsylvania House 
Lewis Samuel, (McElfactrick & Lewis,) h s s Montgomery, 2 w Clay 
Libenets Charles, stonecutter, bds 1 56 Harrison 
Licauf Nicholas, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 23 Hood 



I 



Drugs. Medicines and Dye Stuffs at 

'^ 108 FOliT WAYNE LIT DIKKOTOKY. 

o : ~ — ■ 

PQ Licof Jolni, butcher, h 84 E, Wayne 

03 Lieber Francis, phvsician 17 E. Main, h 109 Lafayette 

g Liew Chris., wks K. R. Dininii; Eooms, bds same 

•g Licriret A. Robert, (A. D. Reid & Co.,) bds Main Street Exchange 

>%Lillie James, (Lillie & Brothei-,) h Huntington 
,3 Lillie John, (Lillie & Brother.) h 293 W. Washington 
2 Lillie Joseph, Jr., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 

. LEGE, Court, c ^r Main 

hr Lillie Samuel, Jr., brick machine mnfr, h Maumee rd 

CO LILLIE & BROTHER, 

O (John auvl James,) lime, plaster, hair, cement, and building stone, 

^ w s N. Calhomi, on the Canal. {See card p. YIL) 

cQ Limbert Casper, bhicksmith, h s vv cor W. Jefferson and Van Buren 

p- Limcolly William, moulder Bass.& Hanna, h 206 E. Washington 

W Limecooly Frederick R., policeman, h s s E. Lewis, 2 w Francis 

S Lincoln Charles, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Iloiman, 4 w La- 

pS fayette 

flj Lincoln Henry, wks F. Eckert, bds same 

O Lindenberofh Christ., wks St<>rr's Foundry, bds 38 Madison 

^ LINDENWOOD CEMETERY, Huntineton rd. one mile and a half 



to' 



>< west of the city 

W Linderman Henry, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 108 Wilt 
^ Lindley Nelson D., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n 8 Holnian, 3 e 
p^ Lafayette 

<1 Lindon II., bds Mayer House 

S Line Anna, cloak and dressmkr n w cor Wayne and Harrison, h same 
+g Ling J., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Lingenfelser Eniil, trunkmkr, bds 51 E. Main 
o Lingenfelser Henry, trunkmkr, bds 51 E. Main 
^ Lingenfelser John, trunk mnfr and dealer 51 E. Main, h same 
f^ Lingenfelter Locust R., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 8 w cor Lafa- 
° yette and Wallace 

o Lining C, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Lininger Jacob K., brakeman, bds n e cor Gay and Charley 
^ Lining er Peter S., section master P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., li n e cor Gay 
ja and Charley 

*^ Link George N., carpenter, h s e cor Jefferson and Hanna 
W? Linka Hannah, wid Henry, h w s Van Buren, 4 n River 
*§ Linker Henry, butcher Frederick Eckert, h s w cor Marion and Bowser 
oLipesC. T., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
^ Court, cor Main 

- LIPES HENRY H., 

fao president FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Court, 
M ^ cor Main, h 94 E. Washington 

rt Lipking -, grocer, h n s George, 1 e Broadway 

Harrison 



^ Lippman Reinhard, shoemkr, bds 156 
73 Litot George A., miller St. Joe Mills, h nr the mills 
pj Little Alfred, furniture tiuislier, bds 86 E. Main 
g Little George A., lab Bass & Hanna, h 145 
^ Little George G., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 



W. Water 
^ ^iLuiv. ^v^iji^t; V*., ichu J. . X' L. »* . Kx, kj. ±wy., h 64 S. Hanna 
^Litt 

Berry 



O Little George O., Rev., pastor Second Presbyterian Church, h 87 W. 



GQ 



MEYER BEOTEERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FOliT WAYKE LOU IjIREUTORY. 100 

__ 1-3 

Liverpool and London and Globe Fire and Life Ins. Co., o 

Julin S. Irwin, agt, office Mercliauts' JNational Bank g* 

Loades Joseph, cabinetmkr Benjamin H. Tower bq 
Loao- George, dentist Evan Snider, bds Main Street Exchange 
Loas U., hib Bass & Hanna, h LaSalle add 

Locker D., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry o 

LockUn Samuel W , patternnikr Murray & Bennigin, h 21 Holman g. 

Lockwood Edwin, machinist P. Ft. W.'& C. Ry., h 140 W. Wayne g 

Lock wood John, farmer, h 28 E. Berry ts 

Loder John B., moulder Bass & Hanna, h 158 Madison ^ 

Loemeyer Henry, drayman, h s e cor Montgomery and Monroe -*i 

Logan Frank, carriagemkr, bds 21 Doughis av Cd 

Logan Fred, blksmith J. Fry, bds J. M. Gribben g 

Loiran J., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry ^ ^ 
Logan Lot, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Duryea 2 w Hoagland pa 

avenue p. 
Logg William, carpenter and joiner shop, al bet Clinton andBarr, Berry ^ 

and Main, h lOO Fairfield av 3 n ot' Henry tr 

Lohman George D., porter Meyer Bros. & Co § 

Loman Mark, h e s Main bet High and Bowser " ^ 

Lomis William, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co ^ 

Lonergau F. I., mill wright Bass & Hanna m 
Lonergan John Y., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Gay bet Jones g 

and Grant jgcJ 

Lonergan Thomas D,, patternmkr Bass & Hanna, h 156 Madison ^ 

Long A. J., bds Mayer House ' ^ 

Long Barbara, wid Abraham, bds 39 E. Water S 

Long llattie J., wid Henry, h 240 E. Jefferson *- 

Long John, salesman H, N. Ward 59 

L<^iig John C, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 20 William ^ 

Long Joseph, carpenter, h 88 Madison ^ 

LUNG MASON, groceries and provisions 71 Calhoun, h same ^ 

Long William, lab, bds 208 Ewing |^ 

Longiienry Ernest, wks C. Schmidt & Co., h 81 E. Wayne f^j 

Loomis C, inouider'Bass & Hanna ga 
Loop Jaujes P., spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son, h 6S Montgomery 

Loos Henry, lab, h s w cor LaSalle and Lafayette q 

Lopp Henry, lab, h n s Douglas bet Lima rd and Cass jj^ 

Lcdear , shoemkr Markley, Schrader & Co ~ 

Lordier August, wheelbarrowmkr, h s s LaSalle bet Hanna and Lafa- 2| 

3'6tte ' 

Loriflard Fire Ina. Co. of New York, H. C. Hartman, agt, Hamilton's ^ 

Hall bidg, Fort Wayne ^ 

Lose Levi H., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Douglas av 2 w Har-ve^ 

rison C-* 

Lotford Thomas, painter A. H. Yergens, h Barr st § 

Lother , lab, h 151 E. Lewis «> 

Louer Benedict, (Schell & Louer,) h n s Wayne 2 e of Calhoun gd 
Louer Gerald, mason, h s s Columbia rd or Front st bet Cherry and o 

Centre pq' 
Loitr Conrad, lab, h Maumee rd 
Lour Peter, wks Bass & Hanna, h n s Jefferson 4 e of Francis 



Try Biddle & Hoagland's Royal Baking Powder. 

110 FORT WAYNE LYT DIRECTOKY. 



Lono;liin William, brakeman, li w s Hood 4 w Pritchard 
Loiigliliu Charles, machinist P. Ft. W. & G. Ry, h 49 E. Lewis 
Loutheru J., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Lovejoy , brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., li 91 Lewis 

Lower Henry, mason, h s s Nirdlinger av 
4j Lower John, watchman T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Taylor 2 w Pine 
2 Lowrie John M., (Rev.) pastor First Presbyterian Church, h 106 W. 
*2 Wayne 

CQ Lowry Milton J., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 52 Douglas av 
§ LoydRichard, boarding house, n w cor Jetferson and Barr 
.52 Lucas Sarah E., wid John B., li n w cor Main and Harrison 
^ Luckey Kate, domestic Mrs. Hanna, E. Lewis bet Division and Walnut 
^ Ludie Andrevv, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h Force s w cor Herndou 
•^ Luebking Oliarles H., (E. Zwick & Co.) h n s Greorge 1 e Broadway 
4^ Luers John II., Right Rev. Bishop of Fort Wayne, h n e cor Calhoun 
§ and Lewis 

£2 Luhmon William, tailor, h 137 E. Lewis 

„ Luley F. Jacob, pattern mkr Bass & Hanna, h Hanna, n e cor Jones 
-f^ Luley Frank, coremkr Bass & Hanna, h s e cor Jones and Hanna 
g Luley Philip, moulder P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h es Hanna 2 n of Hough 
a LUMBARD LUCIAN, agent Grover & Baker sewing machine, Tl Co- 
iS Inmbia, h 79 Main 

prt Lunihard Sanford, sect. State Ins. Co., office Hamiltons old bank bldg, 
Clinton, h 79 W Main 

S LUMBERMANS FIRE INS. CO. of CHICAGO, ILL., 

•S Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6, Burgess blk. 

p^ Lundy Hugh, drayman, h w s Fairtield av,, opp. Bass 

^ Lundy John, blksmith, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Wallace, bet Lafayette 

^bO and Calhoun 

W Lutford Thomas, painter, h e s Barr, 2 n Wayne. 

g Luther Francis M., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 208 Lafayette 
^P Lutheran Cemetery^ Maumee road e city limits 

Q Lutheran (English) Church, s e cor Wayne and Clinton, William Ruth- 

2^ raufF, pastor. 

pui Luxenburger Philip, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., H n w cor Pine and 
3 Taylor 

^ Lye Louis, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 92 E. Jefferson 
CQ Lyles John, machinist Bass & Hanna, h 251 E. Jefferson 

- Lynch John, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Lafayette and 
Sj Buchanan 

> Lynch John, helper T. W. & W. Ry., h Grand, opp. T. W. & W. Ry. 

O shop 

« Lynch John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 104 E. Madison 

t~i Lynch John E., carpenter, bds 152 E. Washington 

- Lynch Matthew, checkman, Frgt. Dept. P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., has Bass, 

w Hoagiand av. 
Lynch Thomas, blksmith, h w s Kansas, 1 n Melita 
Lynn Lewis, trader, h 197 W. Washington 
Lytle Charles M., student, bds 146 W Berry ' 

Lytle Wiliam, lawyer, h 146 W. Berry 



Biddle & Hoagland's Baking Powder is sold everywhere. 

FORT WAYWE McD DIEECTOKY. Ill 



Mc. I 

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McALLASTEE Giles C, h 86 Lewis 

McAnulty Nancy, wid. Francis, li w s Harrison, cor. Melita 

McAnulty William, shoemkr., bds 156 Harrison. 

McBennett Francis, carpenter G. Myer, bds same CD 

McCatfertj John, lab. T. W. & W. Ry., bds Mrs. P. Barrett td 

McCaffney T., boilermkr. P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry. g 

McCain Margaret, wid., bds 62 Barr C3 

McCann John, night watchman T. W. & W. Ry. Depot, h e s Grand, 3 S5 

w of Webster ^^ 

McCai del David S., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 228 Lewis » 

McCaithy D., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. S 

McCarthy Timothy with D. O'Connels & Bro., bds E. Berry p2 

McCartney D., lab P. Ft. W. &. C. Ry. g 
McCartney John, sheriff Allen connty, office Court House, h County o 

Jail C3 

McCarty Patrick, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h s w cor Hoagland av and S 



Colerick 



►T3 



McCauly James, shoemkr, h n s Colerick, 4 W. Hoagland av S 

McClaren Sarah A., wid David, h 105 Jackson v^ 

McClellan James Q., biakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mrs. M. J. q 

Aiken ^ 

McClure M. M., wks Jared Cothrell, bds same C3 

McColgan Mary, wid. James, saloon Virginia, opp. Spoke Factory, h - 

same. W 

McConanghey Butler, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds A. White- g 

head. jr: 

McConnell Alice, wid., boarding, h n s Buchanan, bet Cass and Hanna o 
McCormic Edward P., with G. W. Bowen, bds 49 Barr ^ 

McCormick John, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Chicago 1 e ^ 

Webster ™ 

McCouch William, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., h n w cor Fairfield av and o 

Locust ^ 

McCrea Thomas F., engineer C. & G. E. Ry., h 35 E. Wayne O 

McCreary Benjamin F., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 160 Lewis fL 
McCulloch Charles, (Allen Hamilton & Co.,) h w end Water g* 

McCuUoch Fred. H., (Ash & McCulloch,) h w end of Water g 

McCulloch Hugh, (Allen Hamilton & Co.,) h west end Water. *^ 

McCuUough Benjamin W., (William W. Updegraff" & Co.,) bds Mayer 5* 

Hou&e 
McCULLOUGH THOMAS P., physician and surgeon, office 80^ Cal- 3 

houn, h 34 Douglas av ~ 

McCurdy Andrew, salesman C. Orfi'& Co., h n w cor Wayne and Har- ^ 

rison 4^ 

McDermott C, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ' p 

McDermott James, brass moulder P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Calhoun, ^ 

3 8 Wallace 
McDermott P., blksmith P. Ft. W, & C. Ry. 
McDole John, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 77 Montgomery 



"Housekeeping," "Dry Goods," KOOT &C0., offer the Best Quality of 

112 FOKT WAYNE MoK DIKECTORY. 



I^rcDonald Burt P., dentist J. B. Brown, bds E. McDonald 
]\[cI)on;ild Eniinot H., elk Troasurors's office, h s e cor Lima rdand Sixth, 
Blconiiiiiidale 
■g McD'jnald James B., mason, h 173 Ilolman 

2 McDonald Patrick, (McDonald & Gaifney,) h s s Baker, 3 e Harrison 
** McDonald R. T., salesman A. S. Evans 
^ xMcDi)nald William M., bds Hedekiu House 

o McDOXALD & GAFFNEY, (Patrick McDonald and William Gaffney,) 
■S saloon, w s Calhoun, 3 n Chicago 

^5 McD()Uii;al Allick, wks A. J. Read, bds Union House 
j2 .McDOUGAL'S block, n w cor Calhoun and Berry 
-.McDongal Jt)hn, (McDougal & Co.,) h n s Wayne, 1 w Webster 

I McDOUGAL & CO., 

M (John McDougal, T. B. Shoaff and William Dunn,) notions, carpets, 

^ 7 Keystone Block 

§ McElfatrick Edward, carpenter, h 152 E. Washington. 
52 McElfatrick JosiahH., carpenter, bds 152 E. Washington 
;S McElfatrick Morgan, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 
o LEGE, Court, cor Main 

P^ McElfatrick Mollie, Mrs., h 82 Montgomery 

^McElfatrick William D., (McElfatrick & Lewis,) h 78 Montgomery 
•g McElfatrick & Lewis, (W. D. McElfatrick and Samuel Lewis,) mnfrs of 
■^ flooring, siding, mouldings, etc., cor Clinton and Water 

j£ McElroy William H., engineer T. W. & W. Ry.^ 

o McFee William, (Cochrane, Humphrey & Co.,) h n w cor Jefferson and 
.^ Kelson 

■^ McFarker John, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., bds 128 Broadway 
g McGeary Daniel, brakeman P. Ft, W. & Or Ry., bds Owen Farnan 
g McGee JPcitrick, City Marshall, office 9 Clinton', h 35 W. Main 
Q Mv;Gill Hush, lab, wks Murray & Bonnigia 
r^ M Ginnis James, boilermkr, h n s Buchanan, nr Lafayette 
g McGrady Edward, shoemkr P. Woulfe 

McGi-ady John, mason, h n w cor Barr and Wayne 
o McGrady William, plasterer, h 106 E. Madison 

^McGi-ath Thomas, painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Bass, 2 w Hoag- 
^ land av 

® McGraw Thomas, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Bass, 2 w Hoagland 
qj avenue 

^McGuire Owen, telegraph repairer, h n s Baker, 2 w Calhoun 
p^ McGowan Hugh, boilermkr, h w s Lafayette, 3 s Wallace 

^McGowan John, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C Ry., bds w s Lafayette, 3 8 
g Wallace 

^ McGowan Michael, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry,, bds w s Lafayette, 3 
O e Wallace 

W McIIuiney James, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
^^ McLitosh Marv A., wid Joseph, bds 12-i Barr 

. McKean WilliSm F., foreman machine shop Bass & Hanna, h 184 E. 
O Jefferson 

McKee John H., elk W, Hull, bds same 

McKinzie R,, blksmith P, Ft, W. & C. Ry. 

McKinley Alexander, express messenger, h 216 Lafayette 



Table Linens, Sheetings, Toweiin^s, Toilet Quilts, Napkins. NEW YORK STORE 

FORT WAYNE McQ DIRECTORY, 113 

McKinley Perry, teamster, h n e cor Second and Lima rd 
McKinlej William, carpenter, h 48 E, Wayne 

McKINME HENRY, ^ 

propr R. R. Dining Rooms, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. depot, h same. ' 

{ISeecard business Tiegist^7\) - 

McKinney James, lab, h 10 W, Wayne W 

McKinnoy Mortimer, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 16 S. Calhoun S 
McKinzie George, machinist T. W. & W. Ry.,'h n s Sturcris, 2 w Ful- W 

ton S3d 

McKniglit James, blksmith P. Ft. W.c% C. Ry., h ssLasaile, bet Ilanna tC 

and Lafayette o 

McLacIilin James, boilermkr, wks McLachlin & Keill § 

McLachlin Neil, (McLachlin & Keill,) h s end Calhoun, city limits «P 

McLachlin William, patternmkr, wks Murray & Bennigin CO 

McLAOHLAN k KEILL, ^ 

(Neil McLachlan, William Keill,) boiler and steam engine builders ^ 
Harrison, cor Chicago. p^ 

McLain George B., student Evan Snider, h Piqua Plank Road O 

McLain Peter, wks T. W. & W. Ry., bds James Woodworth 3 

McLaine Patrick, i(5e dealer, h 228 E. Jefferson ^ 

McLaugldin Daniel, lab, h 33 Lewis 3 

McLehr Tellraau, brickmkr, h n w cor Bass and Hoagland av. § 

McMalin Robert, (ireman N. G. Olds & Son, bds Mt^. Ann Hartman ^ 
McMahon Sylvester, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Rv., bds Mrs R Barrett *Il 
McMahon William, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Holman 1 e p 
Barr ' g- 

McMallin James, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Calhoun, nr city cd 

limits j^ 

McMillen John, boilermkr T. W. & W. Ry. "^ 

McMillen John, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., bds Mrs. W. Beattie g. 
McM(megal Josiah, switchman P. Ft. W.& C. Ry., h n s Holman, 1 e §• 

Lafayette ^ 

McMuUen James, boilermkr, h w s S. Calhoun, nr Suttonfield § 

McMullen Melissa, wid Richard, h 9i E. Washincrton c» 

McMullen William H., artist ' Shoaff's Art GaUery, bds 91 E. Wash- td 

ington ^ 

McNair Charles, carpenter, hue cor Fairfield av and Henrv S- 

McNamara John W., patent ricrht agt, bds 160 Broadway " ^ 

McNamara Peter, gardener, h n s Holman, 2 w Lafayette S' 

McNamara Thomas, lab P. Fr. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

McNannmi W., spokemia- N. G. Olds & Son g- 

McNanny Thomas, lab, wks Alfred Hattersley o 

McNown W., tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

McNnlty William, shoemkr M. Noll, bds 1.56 Harrison 5? 

McPhaii William, foreman machinists T. W. & W. Rv., h 202 Ewinff 3 

McPnerson E L., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., brls"Aveline House ^ 
Mci herson Henry C, salesman E. Woodward, bds Aveline House 
McQuiston William H., bkpr C. Orff & Co., bds Mayer House 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Glass at 

114 FORT WAYNE MAN DIRECTORY. 



I M. 

S r • X, 

o MADDOX George, salesman B. W. Oakley & Son, b n a Lewis, bet 
§ Webster and'Harrison 



■g Maddox John, carpenter, b 23 W. Lewis w n « TJi»ff 

>» Madison WiUiam, inacbinistr. Ft. W. & C. Ry., b n s Wall, 6 w Bluff- 
M ton rd. 

Zl Maneban Timotby, wks Henry Bond, bds same 

- Macrernis Charles, wagonmlvr Tbomas Stevens, b 83 Montgomery 
jg Ma|nus W., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ,^ ^ ^ 

^ Maban James, helper T. W. & W. Ry., b 168 W. Jefferson 
Sf Mahan John, fireman F. Ft. W. & C. Ry., b 168 W. Jefferson 
Mabankey Christ, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., b 108 Madison 
Mabanki 'Fritz, Lab, b s s Lligb, 3 w Van Buren 
Maher Catherine, wid James, b n s Duck al, bet Cbnton and Barr 
« Mahony Daniel, lab, b w s Lima rd, bet canal feeder and Douglas 
•* Mabony Patrick, macbinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds National Hotel 
■2 Mahoney Tbomas, bartender McDonald & Gaffuey, bds s s Baker, 3 e 

o Harrison t-. t ^ 

M Mabrt Conrad, harnessmkr C. Neireiter, b 185 E. Jetierson 



o 



Maier John J., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 



>>Maburin Isaac, teacher, b 219 W. Main 
S Maier John G., b 78 Lafayette 
o Maier John J., student FOI 

LEGE, Court, cor Main, bds 78 Lafayette 
S Maier Willis D., b 78 W. Main 

-aMAIN STREET EXCHANGE, • ^ . ^' 

♦» A. Freeman, jr., propr, n s Main, bet Calboun and Harrison, [bee 

<D CO/'d 7)- X-) -rrr i J 

-^ Maine George W., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., b n e cor Walnut and 
^ Oakley' 

Maic 

CQ 



'^ Major David H., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 



LEGE, Coui-t, cor Main, bds w s Barr, 4 s Wayne 
oa Major John, carpenter, bds 28 E. Berry 
O Mahitt William, boarding b Grand, 3 w Harrison 
^ Malcolm John, carpenter, b n s Jefferson, 2 e Nelson 
c« Maley Patrick, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
p^ Malhince James, painter O. J. Kover, bds same 
M Malone Kate, dressmkr, bds 87 E. Washington 
3 Maloy C, blksmitb P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
S Maloy Edward, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds W. Malatt 
ffi Mamer F., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
O Manaban Patrick, wks Spoke P'actory, bds National Hotel 
^ Manary J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
>4 Manchester C, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

W Maiio-rii Bridget, wid Patrick, b s w cor Fairfield av and Walnut 
^ MANHATTAN FIRE UN'S. CO., OF NEW YORK, H. H. Bossier, 
^ agt, room 4, over Hamilton's Bank 

^ Maidiattan Life Ins. Co., of New York, George F. Stinchcomb, agent, 
;3 Aveline Block, 71 Calhoun 

Maniare Fraidv, carpenter, b 229 E. Jeflerson 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE MAR DIRECTORY. H; 



MANIER HYPPOLITE, boarding house and saloon 50 E. Columbia 
: Mannaweh Frederick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 200 Ban- 
1 Manning Mrs., bds Main Street Exchange 

j Mannix Patrick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ej., bds National Hotel ^ 
} Mannix Thomas, shoemkr, 55 E. Cohimbia, h s e cor Calhoun and «-• 
i Hoi man 

I Mannweiler Christian, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Uj., h s s Duryea 4 § 
I w Hoagland av ^ ^ 

I Manoch George", blacksmith, h w s High, bet Van Buren and Lima rd W 
' Manok Simon, (Manok & Schellehorn,) h 137 W Wavne ^ 



MA^OK & SCHELLEHOR.\, (Simon Manr^k and John Schelle- jjj 

o 

Manuel Joseph, lab, h w s Hanna, 5 s N. La'Salle ''"''"*" "' |J 



-■ — -- — -----.-^^-.^>-w-..«^,, yKjiiiiKji, iriciHWtt. una donn ocneil 

horn,) proprs Union Tannery, e s Cass, bet Water and the Canal o' 
Mansheld William, carpenter, h e s Calhoun, 3 s Doucrlas av S 



Manuel Jnlius P., elk Joseph Didier, bds same CO 

March Joseph, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Rj., h e s Pine, 1 s Locust o^" 
March Nicholas, lab, bds Joseph March » 



Marhanke Henry, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h 309 W. Washinc^ton g 

Marhanker Frederick, shoemkr C. Schiefer, li "RlnArr.;no.rioi'^ - 

Marineu Henry, carpenter T. W. & W. Uy. 



(^ 



Markey Lawrence, baggageman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s S. Calhoun, 3 
2 n Dawson po 

Markley Aaron, (T. N. Hood & Co., also Markley, Schrader & Co.,) h i 
i Blultton rd, s w city limits C3 

IMarkley Daniel, (Markley, Schrader & Co.,) h BlufFton rd, s w city £ 
! limits Hrt 

MARKLEY, SOHEADEE & CO., §. 

(Aaron Markley, H. C. Schrader and Daniel Markley,) boots and ^ 
shoes wholesale and retail, 4 Keystone Block. {See side margin^ 

LZ71SS,\ , 

Marks Simon P., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Holman, 1 w La- o 

iayette g^ 

Marrall E., machinist Bass & Hanna, li 50 B. & H Add'n S 

Marranki Christian, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 108 e'. Madison g 

MARSH HOPKINS W., » 

boots and shoes, 15 Calhoun, h n w cor Jefferson and Ewincr (jSee S 

card Business Begistor.) * § 

Marshall Charles W., engineer T. W. & "W". Ry. Ph 

MARSHALL EZRA T., drugs and medicines 72 Barr, li same ffl 

Marshall John, machinist P. Ft. W. & C Rj., bds s e cor Lafayette and S 

St. Francis "^ ^ 

Martin Barney, lab, bds A. McConnell w" 

Martin Claude N., elk frt office P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds T. T J Cum- § 

mmgs QQ 

Martin D., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ? 

Martin Daniel, shoemkr, bds s e cor Calhoun and Washinc^ton S 

Martin Jacob, carpenter, h 81 W. Water ^ S* 

Martin Jacob, (Martin & Bro.,) h n s Main, 2 w Barr 
Martin Jane, wid Francis, h 107 W. Water 

JIartin John, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 222 W. Washington 
Martin Mary, wid Lambert, h 200 W. Washington 



"New York Store," 90 Columbia St, ROOT & CO., Jobbers and 

116 FORT WAYNK MEE DIRECTOEY. 



a> 



. Martin Nicholas, (Martin & Bro.,) h n s Main, 3 w Barr 
R Martin Terrence, (Martin & Finegan,) h e s Ilanna, 5 s Grant 
>, Martin Thomas, lab Bass & Ilanna, bds Mrs. A. McConnell 
jg Martin William, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., bds s e cor Williams and 
^ Iluairland av 

^ Martin William, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h e s Monroe, 1 s 
PM Madison 

4^ Martin & Bro., (Nicholas and Jacob,) grocers, n s Main, 3 w Barr 
S Martin & Finegan, (Terrence Martin and Michael Finegan,) saloon 
is and grocery, n e cor Lafayette and Holman 

■*" Martz Beter, carpenter e s Monroe, bet Lewis and Montgomery, h s e 
§ cor Monroe and Lewis 

o Mison Charles, h n w cor Dnck al and Clinton 
jg Mason J. F., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Bvy. 
O Mason John, barber Bryant Brooks, bds same. 
fc^- Mason John IL, carpenter, h s e cor Williams and Hoagland av 
o Masonic Hall, Stewarts bldg,, Calhonn, opp Conrl House 
»2 Match Joachim C, salesman, Conner & Co., h 23J: W. Washington 
^ Match WilHam, carpenter B. Ft. W. & C. By., h 80 Madison 
^ Mathiew Clarence, elk Court House, h 55 W. Berry 
o Mathiew Lina, h 55 W. Berry 
^ Matlack John, bds J. C. Hoagland 
S Matsch Dorothea, midwife, 23i W. Washino;ton 
,2 Mattoon Crover J., engineer T. W. & W. By., h 104 Broadway 
^Maumilier C, blksmith P. Ft. & C. W. By. 

^Maurer Jacob, porter, Meyer Bros. & Co., h Wayne e city limits 
(g Maxfield Charles, collarmkr., Jacob Schwegel, bds Water st 
C3 Maxiield Joseph, engineer Storey & Clai-k, h Water st 
>; Mayer Andrew, (Mayer & Graffe,) h 20 W. Wavne 
^ Mayer Charles F., physician, h e s Barr, 3 s\>f Wayne 
ti, MAYER HOUSE, Jacob Lesman, prop., s e cor. Calhoun & Wayne 
B Mayer Joseph M., clerk Recorders ottice, bds 47 E, Jefferson j 

j2 Mayer Louis, (Mayer & Grieb,) h 8 Montgomery ' 

oj Mayer & Graffe, (Andrew Mayer and Henry C. Graffj,) watches, 
^ clocks and jewtlry, silver ware, 88 Columbia 

cd Mayer & Grieb, (Louis Mayer and John Grieb,) tailors and cutters, ws 
p Barr, bet Wayne and Berry 

^ Mayliew James, (Bowers & Mayhew,) h St. Joe township 
t^ Mayland Frederick, lab, h 230 W. Washington 
^ Mayors othce. No. 9 Clinton, B. Tower, acting 
p Meahra Louis, shoemkr, h 197 E. Washington 

^ Meal John, wks Spoke Factor}', h w s Lima road, nr Beck's Brewery 
pq Med.-ker Isaac N., elk Medsker & Bro., bds 201 Lafayette 
Qj Medsker Jacob C, (Medsker & Bro.,) h s e cor Lewis and Lafiiyette 
-cs Medsker William, (Medsker & Bro.,) h s e cor Lewis and Lafayette 
pj MEDSKER & BRO., (Jacob C. and William Medsker,) grocers, s e cor 
••-• Lewis and Lafayette 

O Meegan Owen, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Rv, bds 185 Clinton 
S Meegan T. J., time elk, M. P. Dept. P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 185 Clinton: 
g Meegan Thomas, chf elk, M. P. Dept. P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 185 Clinton; 
'^ Meehan James, lab, h s s Baker, 1 W. Calhoun 

Meehan Mary, wid. Lawrence, h 128 Madison ; 



Ketailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

FORT WAYNE MET DIRECTORY. 117 

Meeley C. W. student FT. WAYIS^E COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

Court, cor Main, bds w s Barr 4 s Wayne st -^ 

Meile John, wks Griffith & Olds - 

Meiner Mike, wks E. Weisser & Co. . ^ 

Meiiiliard Charles N., machinist, h e s Lafayette 2 n Holmaa P»i 

Meir Louis, shoemkr, h E. Washington ^ 

Meiruth William, ci^arniki- Lamley & Rosenthal ^ 

Meiser Charles, lab,li 216 W. Jetlerson pd 

Meisin^ Charles, blksniith, bds 212 W. Jefferson "J. 

Meister Charles, wks E. Weisser & Co. pj 

Mellanbrock Henry, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry, h 213 E. Jeiferson '^. 

Meller Christian, cigarnikr, bds s s Williams, 3 W. Harrison '^ 

Meller E., lab, boiler shop Bass & Hanna [3j 

Meller John Louis, lab, h s s William, 3 W. Harrison 2 

Meller William, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Py.. bds s s Williams, 3 W. Har-C^ 
rison ^ 

Mellinger Jacob, elk, h 186 E. Wayne 50 

Memeer Henry, teamster, hue cor Madison and Hanna ^ 

Mensing Charles, (A. D. Reid & Co.,) h W. Jeiferson ^ 

Ments Rinaldo, machinist, bds s s Grand, 2 W. Harrison • co 

Menze William, (John G. Fledderman & Co.,) bds 96 E. Jefferson g 

Menzer Fred., elks N. G. Olds & Son, h 206 E. Madison ^ 

Merchant William S., student, FT. WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- g: 
LEGE, Court, cor Main < 

Merchants Ins. Co. of Chicago, 111., H. C. Hartman, agt, office Hamil- 

ton's Hall bldg JJ 

Merchants Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn., Geo. F. Stinchcomb & Co. agts, g- 
Aveline block 71 Caliiouu c-» 

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF FORT WAYiME, S. Cary JS 
Evans, President, Johu S. Irwin, Cashier, n w cor Main and Cal- m 
houn o 

MERCHANTS UKION EXPRESS CO., H. A. Read, agt, office 75 B! 
Columbia § 

Meredith Isaac P., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 175 E. Jefferson g 
Meredith Yan Buren, conductor T. W. & W. Ry., h 93 W. Washington oT 
Mergel Riinliard with Frederick Eckart, h 94 W. Main ^ 

Mescho Michael, stone cutter, wks J. Humphrey & Co o* 

Metcalf John, checkman frt depot P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 180 Griffith B. 
Metheany Andrew, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h W. Jefferson 1 w^ 
Van Buren W 

Metheany J. Milton, bkpr Woodward & Young, bds cor Lewis and Barr -t 
Methodist Episcopal Churcli, Berry street charge. Rev. N. H. Phillips, ^■ 
pastor, cor Berry and Harrison o 

Methodist Episcopal Church, Wayne st charge, s w cor W. Wayne and 

Broadway, Rev. W. F. Henienway, pastor CQ 

.Metropolitan Ins. Co. of New York, Babcock & Lumbard, agts, office ^ 
Lfamilton's old Bank bldg, Clinton o 

Mettler Mathias, carpenter, h w s Spy run rd 2 s of Rudishill's Mill 
Mettler Peter, carpenter, h w s Spy run rd n of the bridge 
|Mettler Peter, Jr., prin St. Paul's German Catholic School, h 106 W. 

Washington 
'Metz George, cabinetmkr, wks John M. Miller 



Quick Sales and Small Profits at Biddle & Hoagland's. 

118 FORT WAYNE MIL DIRECTORY. 



Metzger Andrew, h 161 E. Wayne 
Melzo;er Jennie, seamstress Tripp & Tigar 

- Meyer Bryan, moulder Bass & Hanna, b n e cor Holnian and Monroe 
§ Mover C. F. G., (Meyer Bros. & Co.,) h St. Louis 
>» Meyer Charles, salesman C. L. Hill, bds 32 W. Washington 
^ Meyer Christopher, carpeiiter, h 45 W. Washington 
^ Meyer Ernest, (Meyer & Jobs,) bds n e cor Lewis & Clay 
-3 Meyer Fredei'ick, b 22 W. Washincrlon 

^ Meyer Frederick, brass moulder T. W. & W. Ry., h 25 W. Lewis 
♦JT Meyer Frederick, carpenter, h 1Y5 E. Lewis 

BQ Msyer Frederick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Hanna and 
S Hobnan 

o Meyer Frederick, lab, h n w cor High and Cass 

^ Meyer Frederick C, barber shop e s Calhoun 3 n Wayne, h 21 E. 
U Washington 

^ Meyer George, moulder Bass & Hanna, bds w 6 Barr 2 s ot Jetferson 
*§ Meyer George, saloon, h w s Lima rd 3 w of the Bridge 
5 Meyer Gustav, elk Meyer Bros. & Co 

PQ Meyer Henry, blksmith s e cor Calhoun and Water, li 150 W. Jefferson 
Jp Meyer J. F. W., (Meyer Bros. & Co.,) b Glendale Garden 
"g Meyer John H., packer Meyer Bros. & Co., h 118 Harrison 
*:5 Meyer Joseph, cooper, h w s Lima rd 2 n Bowser 
'§ Meyer Lawrence, delivery man H. JSUerman. h 47 E. Jefferson 
oJ Meyer Nicholas, plasterer, h 183 E. Jetferson 
* Meyer William, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Hood 2 n R. R 

§ MEYER BROS. & GO. 

59 (C. F. G. Meyer, J. F. W. Meyer, C. F. A. Fischer, E. P. Wil- 

^ Hams.) whol and retail druggists 118 Columbia and 2 Keystone 

o' block. {See card outside cover and top margin linei) 

^ Meyer & Jobs, (Ernest Meyer, Einmon Jobs ) meat market 94 Barr 
5§ Meyers Charles F. F., salesman H. H. Culbertson, h 45 W. Washington 
PS Meyers F. H., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
2 MeVers Ferdinand, drayman, h 175 Ewing 
g Meyers Frederick, tailor, h 107 Wilt 
fi Meyers J., lab Bi\ss & Hanna, h E. Madison 
*r Meyers John H., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 177 Lewis 
§ Meyers Josej^h, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 
§ ' LEGE, Court cor Main 

^ Meyers Leonard, tinner P. Ft, W. & C. Ry., h n s Buchanan 3 e Lafa- 
o yette 

XX Meyers William H., machinist Bass & Hanna, bds Madison st 
*^ Michael Adolph, cigarmkr H. A. Grote, bds same 
■S Michaels Charles, elk C. Strunz, bds same 
g Michaels Daniel, cigarmkr H. A. Grote, bds 285 W. Jefferson 
53 Michaels Elizabeth, cigarnd<r, h 2S5 W. Jefferson 
p Michaels Herman, ciirarmkr H. A. Grote, h 285 W. Jefferson 
•■^ Michand Peter, wks L Centliver, bds same 
Micho H., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Miiiin James J:I., baiber, bds s s E. Wayne, bet Hanna and Francis 
Milan Frederick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Washington 
and Jackson 



Get your Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs at Biddle & Hoagland's 

FOKT WAYNE MIL DIKECTOKY. 119 

Milenbruch Charles, wagonrakr John Baker q 
Miles Charles, engineer F, Ft. W. & C. Ey., h 215 W. Washington 

Miles David, machinist, h e s Burr, 4 s Lewis ^ 
Miller Andrew, carpenter, h s s Front st or Columbia rd, 6 w of the W 

bridge ^ 2 

Miller August, shoemkr Paul Ketcher l^rj 

Miller C, patternmkr Bass & Hanna, h Foundry Addition East Sd 

Miller Casper, bds 10 W. Berry T^ 

Miller Charles, baker, bds 13 W. Wayne ^ 

Miller Charles, (Miller & Neuroth,) h s s Holman, 2 e Webster g 

Miller Charles, wiper T. W. & W. Ry. S 

Miller Charles T., tinsmith Ash & McCulloch, h 140 Harrison -^ 

Miller Christoph, cigartnkr Lamley & Rosenthal ^ 

Miller Christian, helper T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Wall, 4 w Bluffton rd g*- 

Miller Clemens, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Locust, 1 e R. R. cxi 

Miller D. M., (Miller & Moritz,) bds Aveline House § 
Miller Daniel B., teamster, bds Union House 

Miller Drucilla, seamstress B. D. Angell, bds James B. Miller ^ 

Miller Elizabeth, wid John, li n s Buchanan, 5 e Lafayette ^ 

Miller Erick, wks Home Place Nursery, h same CD 

Miller Ernest, boilermkr, li s s Williams, 4 w Harrison la 



Miller Ernestine, skirtmkr Joseph Black, bds — W. Berry g^ 

Miller Ferdinand, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h cor Buchanan and La- 

fayette o 

Miller Frederick, lab Bass & Hanna g 

Miller Frederick, wks P. Ft. W, & C. Ry., h Force, s w cor Herndon 2- 
Miller George W., engineer T. W. & W. Ry. 

Miller G. W., wks W. Wheeler, bds 124 W. Main JO 

Miller Gustavus, gardener Home Place Nursery, h same g- 

Miller Henry, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Williams, 5 w Harrison S- 

Miller Henry D., carpenter T. W'. & W. Ry., h s s Williams, 2 w Har- £? 



rison 



Miller Howland, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Sylvester Miller §^ 
Miller Isaac, carpenter, hn s Williams, 3 w Harrison o^ 

Miller Israel, tireman T. W. & W. Ry., bds s e cor Williams and Hoag- C3 
land av o 

Miller J. B., carpenter J. C. Bowser & Co. ^ 



09 



Miller Jacob, salesman C. Orff & Co., bds 200 E. Washington 
Miller Jacob, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- S 

LEGE, Court, cor Main § 

Miller James, lab, h n s Duck a1, bet Clinton and Barr J?** 

Miller Jerry, machinist T. W. & W. Ry. ^ 

Miller John, bds Joseph L. Miller ^ 

Miller John, chairmkr, bds s e cor Calhoun and Washington 3. 

Miller John, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Lavinia, 2 w Fairfield av g 

Miller John A., furniture dealer, h 52 E. Jefferson t* 

Miller John H., machinist, h s e cor Marion and Bowser CO 

Miller John J., h 8L E. Washington g 

Miller John M., furniture 50 and 52 E. Main, h 52 E. Jefferson S 

Miller John M., peddler, h cor Cherry and Elm ^ 
Miller Joseph L., wks N. Wheeler, h 124 W. Washington 
Miller Lewis, house and sign painter n s Main, 4 w Barr, h same 



ROOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a large stock of Cloaking, Cloths, 

120 FORT WAYNE MIT DIKECTOKY. 

Miller Lewis W., painter, bds 81 W. Water 
Miller Martha, wid George, h 10 W. Berry 
Miller Mathias, painter, li w s Spy Run rd, n of the bridge 
fl5 Miller Michael, carpenter T. W. '& W. Ry., h 218 W. Washington 
« Miller K, wks N. G. Olds & Son 

rt Miller Nathaniel C, check elk T. W. & W. Ry., h n w cor Locust and 
^ Fail lie) d av 

"Z Miller Peter, hoilerrakr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mrs. W. Beattie 
^ Miller Peter C, wks Oomparet Mill 
P^ Miller R., lab Bass & Hantia 
^j^Miller Robert E., wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Union House 

02 Miller Sylvester, carpenter and builder n s Holman, 3 e Calhoun, h 
t:i same 

g Miller W., tinner P. Ft. W, & G. Ry. 
^ Miller William, janitor P. Ft. W. & G. Ry. ofl5(ie8, li s e cor Calhoun 

«^ and Wallace 

""l Miller William, (Neireiter & Miller,) h 200 E Washington 
-^ Miller William, shipping elk Huestis & Hamilton, h 81 W. Water 

o Miller William, wks George W. Ewing, h same 

3 Miller William H., elk Charles Fink, h Blooiningdale 

jcQ Miller William LI. H., (Coombs & Miller,) h 40 Douglas av. 

g Miller X., watchman Bass & Ilanna 

*:3 Miller & Moiitz, (D. M. Miller, J. M. Moritz,) proprs Aveline House^ 
"3 s e cor Calhoun and Berry 

rt MILLER & NEUROTH, (Charles Miller, Anton Neuroth,) tin and 
&3 Coppersmiths 119 Calhoun 

oTMILLIMAN CORNELIUS Y. W., lawyer and justice of the peace, 
rg office, 5 E. Main, h 111: E. Lewis 

? Milliman Curtis Y., lireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Noel, 9 e Fair- 

=■ Held av. 

Cj Milliman Robert L., bkpr A. D. Brandriff & Co., bds 144 E. Lewis 

o Mills Andrew, (Simona & Mills,) h 80 Barr 

g Mills Andrew J. H., rustic shade mki- Starkey & Rupert, h 73 E. Berry 

g Mills Theodore, pressman Democrat^ bds s e cor Barr ar.d Berry 

g Mills Thomas, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mrs. M. J. Aiken 

1:3 Minehart Charles, machinist Bass & Hanna 
*"* Miner Antis, stencil cutter, h T2 Douglas av. 

C3 Miner Byron D., (Ewing & Miner.) li Bluti'ton rd, s city limits 

g Miner I.D., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

J33 Court, cor Main 

•^ Miner James, teamster s w cor BlufFton rd and T. W. & W. Ry. cross- 

^ itig 

-^ Miner Simon P., drayman, h 103 Jackson 

.« Minigan Patrick, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

o Minor Walton G., drayman, h n s Pearl, 2 w Ewing 

^ Mischo Michael, stonecutter, h w s Broadway, 2 e Wilt 

g Mischo Nicholas, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Broadway, 2 s Wilt 
»-i Misner James, paititer Starkey & Rupert 

Misner Seymour, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds John D. Eldred 
Mission Church, (Methodist,) s e cor S. Harrison and Dawson, Rev. 

Andrew J. Wells, pastor 
Mitchell A. blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

FORT WAYNE M.OR DIRECTORY. 121 

Mitchell George W., carpenter 0. G. French, h TO E. Jefferson 
Mobley Mar3',"wid Ammon T. h s w cor Broadway and Wilt 

Mocker Antoine, lab, h n s Baker, 1 e McClellan q 
Moderwell Hiram C, ticket agtP. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Aveline House " 

Moech Barnard, elk J. Kabisch, bds same - 

Moellering Charles C, bricklayer, h 209 W. Washington W 

Moellering Henry, machinist P. Ft. & 0. liy., h 55 E. Lewis 2 

Moelleritifr William, mason, h 61 Montgomery 1^ 

Mohr Conrad, asst bkpr 1st National Bank, bds 46 E. Columbia ^ 

MOllR JOHN, boots and shoes 4 6 E. Columbia "1- 

Mohr John, jr., bkpr Allen, Hamilton & Co., bds 46 E. Columbia o 

Mohr Joseph, elk Post Office, bds 46 E. Columbia g 

Mohr Louis, elk John Mohr, bds 46 E. Columbia P 

Momer John, machinist Bass & Hanna, h 168 E. Lewis 03 

Momer Lewis, lab Bass & Hanna, h 210 E. Jefferson oq" 

Momoner Joseph, elk B. Philips, h i;>3 W. Main ^ 

Monig John, h w s Fairlield av, 1 s R. R. g 
MONNl^G HENRY, County Treasurer, office Court House, h cor §, 

Lafayette and Berry O 
Monning John, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- g 

LEGE, Court, cor Main g 

Monock Sinu)n, tanner, h 137 W. Wayne g 

Monroe William H., barber, h Robinson's blk C3 
Monson L. W., (Rev.,) presiding elder Fort Wayne District M. E. ^ 

Church, h P'ort Wayne College ^ 
Montoney John, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s McClellan, 11 p 

S. Lewis p" 

Mood Peter, tailor, h 27 E. Water o 

Moon E. W., bds Mayer House ^ 

Moon Perry N., spokenikr N. G. Olds & Son !3d 

Mooney Enos T., farmer, h s e cor Fairfield av and Henry §- 

Mooney William, lab, h n s Duck al, bet Clinton and Barr 3' 
Moore Adolphus C, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Hanna, 2 n Grant § 
Moore David, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Chicago, 1 w Har- S^^ 

rison "^ 

Moore George, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son S 

Moore John7lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Wallace, bet Calhoun and g 

Lafayette ^ 

Moore John S., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C.Ry., bds n s Chicago, 1 w ^ 

Harrison ^ 
Moore Nancy F., saleswoman Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., bds M. ^ 

E. Woodward ^' 
Moore William, candy mkr Huestes & Hamilton, bds 39 E. Water 
Moorhead Daniel, sawver, h 135 W. Water 
Moran J., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Moran Patrick, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Baker, 2 e Har- 

rison v* 
Moran Peter, ice dealer, h 201 E. Wayne 
Moran T., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Morbeck Albert, carriage trimmer Stevens' carriage manufactory 
Morehouse M. M., wid' John, h 68 W. Main 
Morel Charles G., shoemkr Paul Ketcher, bds 16 W. Wayne 



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Fancy Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet Articles at 

122 FORT WAYNE MUE DIRECTOllY. 



. Morel Christopher, lab, h 16 W. Wayne 
o Morel Edward, machinist, bds n e cor Gay and Jones 
2 Morel James, moulder Bass & Hanna, bds n e cor Gay and Jones 

^ Morel John, moulder Bass & Ilanaa, h n e cor Gay and Jones 

^ Morgan George C, division enojineer W. D. P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., office 

g Clinton, n depot, h Chicago, III. 

§ Morgan James II., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 18 Montgomery 

»g -morgan John B., foreman machinists T. W. & W. Ry., h 72 W. Jelier- 

pCj son 

^ Morgan Oliver P., (Morgan & Beach,) h 51 W. Washington 
o MORGAN & BEACH, (Oliver P. Morgan and Frederick Beach,) 

,2 hardware and agricultural implements, 89 Columbia 

^ Moriarty Dennis, painter J. L. Sweeney & Co., bds same 

■g Moriarty Michael, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Bass, 2 w Hoagland 

o avenue 

§ Moring John, lab. h s s LaSalle, bet Hanna and Lafayette] 

3 Moritz J. M., (Miller & Moritz,) bds Aveliue House 

3 Morrell Henry, shoemkr, wks P. Schulz 

^ Morrill Monroe, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 18 S. Calhoun 

cp Morris D., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

P^ Morris James P., salesman Biddle & Hoagland, bds 164 W. Wayne 

^ Morris John, (Worden & Morris,) h 242 W. Wayne 

O Morris Nancy, wid John, bds 16 W. Washington 

W Morrisey Charles, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds W. Malatt 

1-5 Morrison Patrick, tailor, h w a N. Cass, 3 s First 

Q Morse Amos A., salesman H. H. Culbertson, bds Mayer House 

tS MORSE CHARLES E., 

g state agt Finkle & Lyon sewing machine, Hamilton Hallbldg, h26 

o Douglas av. {See card p. IV.) 

Q Morss Benjamin, lumber dealer, h 59 Douglas av 

^Morss Samuel, elk Lorin Smith, bds s s Lavinia, bet Broadway and 
•S Griffith 

.g Morss Susan S., wid Samuel S., h s s Lavinia, 4 e Broadway 
^ Morton Charles M., lawyer, h s s W. Lewis, 3 e Harrison 

Moser Conrad, wks C. Haffner & Co., bds same 
^ Moser Mathias, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Bloomingdale 
g Mosshamer John, lab, h w s Calhoun, bet Jefterson and Lewis 
Pi^ Moth Peter, tailor Keefer & Heingartner, h Water st 
pcj Mothney James, blksmith C. P. Fletcher 
g Moulton E. C, carpenter C. G. French, h 56 W. Washington 
^ Mower John S., elk Superintent's office P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 20 Dou- 
C3 glas av. 

.^Moyer Albert, compositor Gazette of&ce 

^ Moyer Harman L., job printer Gazette office, h e s Fulton, bet Wash- 
^ ington and Jefferson 

o Moynihan Martin, wks C. D. Bond, bds same 

^ Moynihan Martin M., gardener, S. B. Bond, w 8 Fairiield av and city 
05 limits 

^ Mudge Smith R., engineer, h s s W Jefferson, 2 w Broadway 

Mueliilenbrach William, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. ^^^.^ h 148 W. Jef- 
ferson 



MEYER BEOTHEES & CO., 2 Keystone Block- 

FORT WAYNE MYE DIKKCTORY. 123 

Mueller August, shoemkr, h s w cor Pritcliard and West 
Mueller Xavier, lab P. Ft. W. & 0. R.y., h Gay. 1 w Herndon 
Muhlenbroek I)., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Rj. 
Muhleiibroek G., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Muhler Anna, wid. Charles, h 29 W. Berry gf* 

Muhler Charles F., (Wilson & Co.,) h 27 W. Berry _ g 

Muhlfeith John, tailor, h e s Lima load, 2 n of the Bridge »i 

Muirhead Alexander, machinist, wks Murray & Beunigin, bds s 8 Hoi- 2_ 

man, 3 e Webster CI 

Mulcahy Richard, wks gas house, h w s Spy run road, n of the Bridge gl 
Mulcary E., fireman T. W. & W. Ry. » 

MuUaly J., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. W 

Mullfeit Robert, wks Beck's Brewery, h Bloomingdale ^ 

Munchweiler Alexander, bds 75 W. Berry CJ 

Mungowan Thomas C, blacksmith T. W. & W. Ry., h 22 Calhoun, s g 

cit}' limits g* 

Munroe William H., barber and hairdresser, 26 W. Main, h Robinson oa 

block ^ 

Munson Charles A., elk with M. B. Strong, bds 176 W. Washington g 
Munson L. M., Miss, dressmkr bds 176 W. Wayne o 

Munstaefer Jacob, wks Foundry, h e s Nirdlinger av, 5 w Bluflfton ^ 

road o 

Murch Richard, brakesman T. W. & W. Ry., bds s w cor Baker and "= 

Harrison 2. 

Murchy David H., machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h 179 W. Washington g" 
Murdock Charles M., wks Griftith & Olds «> 

Murphy Bernard, lab, bds 70 Madison EC 

Murphy Daniel, helper T. W. & W. Ry., h 137 S. Jackson g 

Murphy Dennis, biksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Harrison and ^ 

Mehta S" 

Mm'phy George, engineer, h s s Colerick, cor Fairfield av ^3, 

Murphy George, lab, h s s Colerick, 3 w Hoao;land av ^ 

Murphy James, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 70 Madison g 

Murpliy Johanna, wid. Dennis, h s s C'llerick, 2 w Hoagland av § 

Murphy John, biksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Bass," 3 w Prince PT 
Murphy John, coppersmith T. W. & W. Ry. ^ 

Murphy John, helper T. W. & W. Ry. ^ 

Murphy John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 88 W. Main g- 

Murphy Michael, fireman T. W. & W. Ry. e! 

Murphy Michael, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., b 169 Madison '=' 

Murphy William, painter, Starkey & Ruperth 45 E. Washington 5? 

Murray J. C, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. -^ 

Murray James, station engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Hedekin o 

House ^ 

Murray Kerr, (Murray & Bennigin.) h 97 W. Washington ^ 

Murray William J., salesman B. D. Angell, bds same p 

Murray & Bennigin, (Kerr Murray, Hugh Bennigin,) proprs. Summit*^ 

City Machine Works, e s S. Calhoun, s Railway Depot § 

Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York, John Hough, agt, ofiice 50 Calhoun 
Myers Anthony, h 66 Wilt 

Myers Dietrich, cooper, 21 E. Water, h Bloomingdale 
Myers Frederick, drayman, h 62 Douglas av 



Drugs, Medicines and Dye Stuffs at 

'3 124 FORT WAYNIC NEI DIKEUTOHY. 

O ] 

S Myers (reorge, carpenter, w s Union. 2 n Wilt, h QQ Wilt 
<D Myers Jefferson, printer Gazette office, li cor Water and Calhoun 
§ Mvers Louis, tailor, h 8 Montgomery 

■^ Myers AVjlliam, wks Foundry, li n w cor Williams and lioagland 
>tM'vers William TL, contraetor, li w s Fairfield av, 2 N. Locust 

iS MYEES WILLIAM H., 

-« (Sturgis tfe ^Iver,) h 151 W. Wavne. {See card p. x.) 

^ Myerson L. C, student, FT. WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
^ Court, cor Main 

jy3 Myerson Pliilip, bkpr Nirdlinger & Oppenlieimer, h 171 W.Wasliington 
^ Myerson Raphael, bds 117 W. Wayne. 
C5 Myres Edward, telegraph operator, bds s e cor Grand and Kansas 

M 

S NACIITRIEB Joshua IL, hats and caps 13 Clinton, h same 

S Nagel Frederick, porter T. W. & W. Pwy., h 93 W. Jefferson 

ffi Nahrwolt William F., carpenter A. C. Beaver, h cor Clay and Lewis 

^ Nash Simeon C, salesman N. P. Stockbridge, h 85 W. Main 

„Nati(»nal Hotel, Joseph J. Leil'els, propr, e s Barr, bet Montgomery and 
^ Ilolman 

J National Travelers' Insurance Co., of E"ew York, 

W Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6, Burgess Blk, over First National 

2 Bank 

S NATIONAL UNION BUSINESS COLLEGE, Henry H. Lipes, 
^ pres and prop, s e cor Main and Coart 

cd Nandow Frederick, wks Rockhill House 
g Nans William, wks Iron Foundry, bds 64: E. Columbia 
X3 Nawhouse Frank, carpenter, \\ w s Lima rd, 1 n Canal feeder 
CQ Nay Edward, lab, h e s Pme, 2 s T. W. & W. Ry. 
o Nayer Joseph, shoemkr, h 268 E. Washington 

^ Neal Wilbur H., machinist Bass & Ilanna, bds s w cor Ho man and 
o Calhoun 

M Nearney Thomas, lab, h n s Baker, 3 e Ewing 
W)NeeleG., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
•S Neff John, butcher, h 63 E. Water 
^ Neichter Joseph, helper T. W. & W. Ry. 
^ Neill Lewis, mason, h 225 W. Washington 
§ Neilsou Jallie, wks Cochrane, Hum])lirey & Co. 

faoNeirrider Christopher, shoemkr E. Vordermark, h n s Washington, bet 
cd Webster and Ewing 

•g Neireiter Casper, harness and saddle manfr, trunks and saddlery hard- 
fao ware, 122 Columbia, h 163 ^N . Washington 
w Neireiter Conrad, (Neireiter & Miller.) h 1:31 W. Wayne 
g*Neireiter Conrad, Sr., chairmkr M.Miller, h i>3 W. Washington 
^ Neireiter Kate Miss, millinery and ladies turnishing store, 14 W. Main, 
13 h 131 W. Wayne 

P^ Neireiter ife Miller, (Conrad Neireiter and William Miller,) curriers, 
g leather, hides and shoe findings, 121 Columbia 

Neiss Henry, printer, bds 137 Madison 
o Neizer William, tinner Wilson & Co. 



MEYES BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE KIE DIKECTURY. 125 



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Nelligan Michael, bartender, bds n w cor Calhoun and Baker 

Nelson , lab, h 64 W. Wayne o- 

NeisonB. F., student FORT WAYJ^E COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, o 

Court, cor Main c-f 

Nelson DeGraff, propr Elm Park Nurseries, depot s s Main, bet Ilarri- g 

son and Calhoun, h nr New Haven w 

Nelson George, (J. K. Edgerton & Co.,) h Woodburn t-t 

Nelson Willium, bds 50 E.' Berry _ g 

Nerhood John, salesman S. S. Smick, h 46 Wilt ~ 

Nestel Daniel, 



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veterinary surgeon, h 193 W. -Jefferson, {See card Business Reg- *~^ 

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Nestle Edward, elk, bds 199 Lafayette 

Nestle rhilip, grjcer 199 Lafayette, h s; 

JMetcli Ciiristopher, carpenter, h 334 W. Washington ^ 

Nenchin , shoenikr. bds 156 Harrison &• 

Neuenschwander Isaac M., saloon 15 W. Wayne, h same 

^earotli Anton, (Miller & Nenroth,) h s s Taylor, 5 w Oakley 

Neuroth Louis, wks Miller & Neuroth, bds Anton Neiiroth 

New Barney, painter, bds Hedekin House 

Newcomer Christian, elk James Graham, bds Continental Hotel c+ 

Newell William, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 45 E. Wash- § 

ington ^ 

New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston, Mass., S. Lum- ^ 

iiard, agt, office, Hamilton's old Bank Bld'g, Clinton St. ^ 

Newhart Lnuisa, wid Edwin, h 45 Barr frj 

Newhe William, shoemkr, h s s Nirdlinger av, 3 w Bluffton rd. *^ 

Newhouse Henry, salesman Siemon Bro. & Co., bds 55 E. Jefferson ^ 

Newman John, macliinist T. W. & W. Ry. O 

Newman William IL, agt T. W. & W. Ry., office, freight depot, h g 

202 W. Wayne 2 

Newton L. H., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

New York Accidental Insurance Co., of New York, John Hough, agt, M 

office, 50 Calli<niu S^ 

Neyer William, tinsmith, bds 20 W. Jefferson ^ 

Nichol s John, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., h 17 Hood C3 

Nicholas John, tailor, h 81 Pritchard Q 

Nicholas George, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Colerick, 4 w Hoag- CQ 

land av. g 

Nichols James, carpenter, h 102 W. Water o 

Nichols William, lab, h r 190 W. Main _ _ jp^ 

Nichter Otto, coremkr Murray & Bennigin p^ 

Niemann Gottlieb, (Wm. Hildebrand & Co.,) h n w cor Madison and CD 

Lafayette ^ 

Niemeyer Henry, (G. Bnrlager & Co.,) h 157 Madison g" 

Niemeyer William, wks Stanley, Bieber & Co. g 

ISier Joseph, shoemkr Thomas Mannix, h E. Washington 

Niernum Herman, brewery cor Water and Harrison, h 46 W. Water ^ 



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Nierman Martin, brewer II. Nierman, h 43 W. Water 

Nies Charles, tailor, bds 137 Madison ^ 

Nies Helen, wid Frederick, h 137 Madison 



Try Biddle & Hoagland's Royal Baking Powder. 

126 FORT WAYNE NOli DIRECTORY. 



Nies William, cabinetnikr Griebel & Fee, bds 137 Madison 

Niozer Kate, niilliner C. Sliorden, bds same 

Nil! Conrad, shoemkr, li 31 W. Washin«^ton 

Nill Edward, salesman L. M. Ninde & Co., h 34 W. Washington 

NILL GEORGE, dealer in boots and shoes, 140 W. Columbia, li 
^^ l^loomingdale, nr Beck's Brewery 

g mW George, Jr., elk G. Nill, bds same 
is Nill Harry, shoemkr G. Nill, bds same 

CQ Ninde Lindley M., (L. M. Ninde & Co., and Ninde, Taylor & Robert- 
g son,) h Fairfield av, s city limits 

•g NINDE L. M. & CO., 

*g (Lindley M. Ninde and Newton Boles,) druggists, 78 Calhoun. 

{Ij [iSee card j)- XI.) 

-.Ninde, Taylor k, Robertson, (Lindley M. Ninde, R. Stewart Tajdor and 
"o Robert S. Robertson,) lawyers, 14 W. Main 

, o Nirdlinger Albert H., salesman Nirdlinger & Oppenheimer, bds 33 W. 
M Main 

^ Nirdlinger Frederick, (Nirdlinger & Oppenheimer,) h 33 W. Main 
§ Nirdlinger & Oppenheimer, (Frederick Nirdlinger and Abraham Op- 
g penheimer,) clothing, whol and retail, 1 Keystone Block 

•g Nitsche Charles E., salesman E. Weisser & Co., has High, bet Lima 
o rd and Yan Buren, Bloomingdale 

^ Nix Volentine, shoemkr 80^. Jetlerson, h same 
C Nizer Lewis, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 20 W. Jefferson 
^ Noberger Christian, h 64 Madison 

.2 Noble Edward S., operator Western Hnion^Telegraph Co., bds Dr. 
jg Huxford 

Noewhung II., lab Bass & Hanna 
fao Nolle Frank J., shoemkr 131 Broadway, h same 
jja Nolan Catherine, wid John, h 66 E. Madison 

g Nolan John, watchman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Charles, bet La- 
p layette and Clay 

'3 Nolan Micliael, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Smith, 3 s Samuel 
o Noll Alfred, tinsmith A. D. Brandrifi' & Co. 
Ph Noll Benedict R., bkpr Meyer Brothers & Co., bds Mayer House 
o Noll Charles, sausagemkr, 64^ E. Columbia, bds 15 E, Wayne 
tS Noll F. J., elk C. Orff & Co., bds 23 Lewis 
S Noll George, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 235 Lewis 

-.Noll John F., salesman M. Noll, bds same 
P5 Noll John G., (C. Orff & Co.,) h n e cor Lafayette and Jefferson 
^ Noll Martin, h 185 E. Jefferson 

O Noll Martin, boots and shoes, 7 Clinton, h 145 E. Wayne 
W Noll Martin A., (C. Orff & Co.,) bds 64 W. Main 
H^ Noll Peter, painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Butler and Webster 

_ Nones James C, (Bond & Nones,) bds Hamilton House 
^ Nones William C, salesman Bond & Nones, bds Hamilton House 
North Abijah, salesman Root & Co., bds Rev. J. S. Lodge 

North American Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn., 

Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess Blk, over 1st Nat'l Bank. 
North American Life Ins. Co., of New York, Homer C. Hartmau, agt, 
Hamilton's Hall Building 



Biddle & Hoagland's Baking Powder is sold everywhere. 

FORT WAYNE OFE ^ DIRECTORY. 127 

Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co., of "Wisconsin, Charles M. Barton, j_ 

agt, Aveline Block, 71 Calhoun g 

Norton William H., book and job printer, book binder and blank book e3 

mnfr, n w cor Clinton and Main, h 181 Clinton 3 

Norwald William, carpenter, h s s High, bet Yan Buren and Lima rd ^. 

Nuttman John M., (C. Schmidt & Co.,) h 168 W. Berry » 

Nuttman Joseph D., president First National Bank, s e cor Main an d ^ 

Court, h n e cor Berry and Griffith ® 

Nycum S. E., milliner H. Wagner, bds same W 

Nye Gardner, wagonmkr, h s e cor Grand and Kansas p 

Nye Oliver, shoemkr N. Humphrey, bds 39 E. Webster g 

O'Brian P., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry g 

O'Brien Thomas, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Webster, opp g 

Colerick o 

O'Brien William, yard master P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Melita, 3 w ® 

Webster ^ 

O'Connell Daniel, (D. O'Connell & Bro.,) h 95 E. Berry § 

O'Connell John, (D. O'Connell & Bro.,) h 95 E. Berry "g 

O'CONNELL D. & Bro., (Daniel and John O'Connell,) billiard hall S 

and restaurant, e s Calhoun, Aveline House blk ^ 

O'Connor Joseph M., traveling agt, h 188 W. Jefferson O 

O'Dounell John, peddler, bds 17 Madison B3 

O'Grady Daniel, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Lewis, 3 e of S 

Francis "^ 

O'Herron James, blksmith P. Ft.W. & C-Ry., h es Prince, 2 s Colerick p» 
O'Maher Charles, lab, h s s High, bet Van Buren and Lima road 3 

O'Neil Dennis, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mrs. R. Barrett 5? 

O'Neil John, wks T. W. & W. Ry., bds e s Griffith, 1 s Jefferson g 

O'Neil Matthew, brakeman T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Locust, 2 e Pine » 
O'Neil Thomas, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 4 Montgomery ^ 

O'Rourke Christopher, lab, h w s McClellan, 7 s Lewis o* 

O'Rourke Edward, lawyer, office Court House, h 21 McClellan SL 

O'Ruurke John, section foreman repairs P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Mon-'- 

roe, 1 n Lewis ^ 

O'Rourke Patrick S., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s McClellan, ^ 

8 s Lewis o 

O'Rourke Peter, wks Gas Co. § 

Oakley Benjamin W., (B. W. Oakley & Son,) h 76 W. Berry CQ 

Oakley Chauncey B., (B. W. Oakley & Son,) bds 79 W. Berry f* 

OAKLEY B. W. & SON, 3 

(Benjamin W. Oakley and Chauncey B. Oakley,) hardware, rubber ^ 
and leather belting, saddlery and carriage trimmings, 79 Columbia. ^ 
{See card opp. letter A.) ^ 

Oberpeck Theodore, wks Froneiield & Todd P 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL, POST OFFICE BUILDING ^ 

Odery N., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Ofenloch Peter, sausagemkr, h 101 Francis 

Ofenloch Yalentine, painter P. Ft. W. & C. ^y.^ h w s Force, 3 s Jo.nes 



"Housekeeping," "Dry Goods," ROOT & CO., offer the Best Quality of 

128 FORT WAYNE OSE DIRECTORY. 

OfiPerlock M., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
Court, cor Main 

. Oo;den William A., (Waltliers & Os^den,) bds Mayer House 
"Sf O^er Frank A., cii^armkr Georo-e Reiter, bds Aveline House 
2 Ojes John J., tireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 228 Lafayette 
^ Ohio Slate Horse Insurance Co., of Cincinnati, George W. Jones, agt, 
^ room 29 Post Office bldg 

o Chill Fred, checkman freiiijht depot P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
■§ Oil neck George, wks G. H. Graffe & Co., bds 87 E. Jefferson 
>- Olineck Peter, h 87 E. Jefferson 
{§ Ohnhaus C. Mrs., wid John, h 187 E. Jefferson 

-.Olmhaus P., carpen er P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 187 E. Jefferson 
"o Olds Geor'T-e H., wks French, Ilanna & Co., bds 91 E. Washington 
^ Olds Henry G., (N. G. Olds & Son,) h 121 E. Wayne 
P^ Olds Jay V., shipping elk N. G. Olds & Son, bds 121 E. Wayne 
J^ Olds John, foreman wheel shop N. G. Olds & Son, h 159 E. Wayne 
g Olds John D., (Giiffith & Oids,) h 153 E. Wavne 
« Oals Noble G., (N. G. Olds & Son.,) h 121 E. Wayne 
;§ OLDS N. G. & SON, (Noble G. Olds and Henry G. Olds,) hub, spoke 
o and bedding factory, also wheelbarrows, s s Railroad, e Lafayette 

^Openshaw George, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 11^ Chicago 
jf Oppel Joseph, stonecutter, wks J. Humphrey & Co 
•g Oppenheimer Abraham, (Nirdlinger & Oppenheimer,) h 51 W. Berry 
"c3 Oppenheimer Fred., salesman Nirddnger & Oppenheimer, bds 51 W. 
(in Berry 

o Oppenheimer R. S., student. FORT WAYN"E COMMERCIAL COL- 
.^ LEGE, Court, cor Main 

tS Oi-bison Alexander M., (Hill & Orbison,) h 88 W. Berry 
g Orbison Henry B., elk Hill & Oi-bison, h 88 W. Berry 
g Orbi>on J. Telford, elk Sol. D. B.iyless, h w s McClellan, 10 s Lewis 
n Oi'ff Christian, (C. Ortf & Co.,) h'l W. Water 
pa Oi-ff Gottlieb, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 150 Clinton 
S Orff Henry, professor of music, h 230 E. Washington 
j_^ Orff John, Vicce President First National Bank, propr Empire Mills, h 
^ Columbia rd, n of the Cinal 

^Orff John, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
j^ Court, cor Main. 

g ORFF 0. & CO., 

g^ (C. Orff, John G. Noll, M. A. Noll.) dry goods whol and retail 
Ph !^'if^ groceries 103 Columbia. (See card p. XV.) 

-.ORPHA'NS home and fort V7AYNE HOSPITAL, u w cor 
^ Wavne and Webster 

^ Orr J. W., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
O Orr Michael, butcher 81 Barr, h Country 
W Oi-tmann Charles, cigar miifr e s Calhoun 6 n Wayne, h same 
H., (J)rtman Henry, c k, h 20 W. Main 

. Ortman Henry William, cigarmkr, h 12 W. Jefferson 
® Orvis George B., traveling^ agt, h 191 W. Main 

Osborne Arthur, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds P. Corcoran 
Osenbaugh Isaac, carpenter P. Fc. W. <fe C. lly., h al bet Lafayette and 
Cass 



Table Linens, Sheetings, Towelings, Toilet Quilts, Napkins. NEW YORK STOKE 

Forrr wayne PAT dikkctoky. 129 

Osgood Moses K, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., bds s e cor Taylor and 

Oakley 
Oster Adam, clicckinan P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Ostcrinan Lamberr, drayinan, h 235 E. Wa'siiington _^ 

Oswong Fedal, lab, h s s liiirh w Van Biirun - 

Otis Oscar, conductor T. W. & W. Ry., h s w cor Duryea and Hoa'^land ^ 

avenue ° pq 

Ottan Lewis, wks N. (i. Olds & Son O 

Ovenlock M., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 3 

Ovenlock V., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry §3 

Overly James, lab, h r 190 W. Main 
Overly John, lab, h HofFman add 3 w Lima rd 

Overpeck Theodore, saslimkr, bds 30 W. Water ^ 

Owen Daniel, lab, h s s Nirdlinirer av 6 w Bliitfron rd JS 

Owens Mathew, boilei-mkr P. Ft. W. &. 0. Ry., h Si Montgomery 



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PACINEAN J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Page Staidey, painter, shop al bet Rarr and Oiinton Main and Berry, h 



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same 



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Pa.onard Angnst, watchmkr, bds 62 E. Columbia 3 

Pailrhorp Heiiiy, crardne?-, h w s Oakley 3 n Henry ^ 



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Painnea Augu.-^t, elk, h 2tt« E. Wayne' ^ 

Painter Jacob, boilermkr P. Ft. W'.' & C. Rv., bds A. Whitehead ^ 

Pain'er Jacob, student FORT WAYxNE AND COMMERCIAL COL- J? 
LEGE, Court cor Main g* 

Pai|» Wdliam, wks R. R. dining rooms, bds same S? 

Palls G., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 5§ 

Palls J., carpenter P. Ft. \V. & C. Ry ^ 

Palot Joseph, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., bds 156 Harrison o 

Pa.ptlind Hervey D., tinsmith, h 188 W. Main St 

Pariseau A., Miss, dressinkr, 1.5B E. JeHorson 2 

Panseau Louis, biksmitli P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 156 E. Washinf^ton g 
lanseau Louis Jr., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Holman w" 



andLafayette ^ 

Parker Hannibal, teamster, h s w cor Webster and Lewis 



Parisol Joseph, brickmkr, li w s Ilmna 2 s of N. LiS die 
Parisot John B., lab, h 229 E. Jeff.-rson 



Parker J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Rv W 

Parker J. S. Jr., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry ^ 

Parkt's Volney, propr Kendallville Stage Line, office Main st Exchantre, §• 

bds same ° ' o 

Paridu Angust, (A. D. BrandrifF& Co.,) h 20o E. Wayne ^ 

Parochial School (German Reform,) Brother J. J. Webber, principal, e s S? 

Webster 2 s AVashington ' ^ ^ ' g 

Parrot John, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h Oak w Walnut S 

Parrott P., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
Passanno Joseph, machinist, h e s Laftiyette 3 s Buchanan 
Patler Fred, wks N. G. Olds & Son 
Pattee Richard, bus driver, h 212 W. Main 

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Paints, Oils, Varnisliefi and Glass at 

130 FOKT WAYNE PET DIKECTOKY. 



^ Patterson James A., wks livery stable, h w s Calhoun, nr Jefferson 
-S Patter.sou Oliver, wks AVilliani Taylor, h w s Calhoun 4 n o t Jetterson 
^ Patterson William XL, bricklayer, bds w s Calhoun i n ot Jeflerson 
«=Q Patton Charles, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., bds s w cor Baker and 
js5 Harrison 

3 Patton Charles, saloon s s Columbia 3 e of Barr M 

S?Pattou Francis, jeweler Juotin Beuret, bds Mayer House ^ 

£^ Patton George D, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. liy., h 101 E. Berry 
W Patton Jesse, station baggage mau P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mayer 

<" House -^ , , r. 1 J 

c2 Patton Lewis, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Baker and 

eZS and Harrison 

5* Patton William S., carpenter J. L. Potter, bds n e cor Water and 



<i> Clinton 

Si Paul Charles, wks Clark & Rhinesmilh 

CQ Paul Deborah, dressmkr, bds 85 E. Main ^ -r ^ 

"S Paul Ferdinand, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h G3 W. Jefferson 
S Paul Frederick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Harrison and 
w> Melita 

o Paul I-L, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^... -r -r.^T. 

g Paul Henry, etudeut FORT WAYJN'E COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
jj^ Court, cor Main 

§*Piiul Williau), (Paul & Koester,) h 16 W. Jefferson 
•^ Paul & Koeeter, OVilliam Paul, Christian Koester,) lime and stone 
S dealers n e cor Cass and Pearl 

o Pavo H., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
§ Payne Yv^illiam C, wks FroneHeld & Todd, h 147 W. Mam 
"H* Pearson Charles, drayman, h 190 W. Main 
4J Pcchler Frederick, wks spoke factory, bds 22 Madison 
o Pecklcy Peter, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Walnut, 3 w Oakley 
'^ Pehl Casper, shoemkr M. Noll 
2 Peltier Jaip.es, artist Shoaff's Art Gallery 
•^ Peltier Louis, (L. Peltier & Co.,) h 4-9 E. Lewis 



PeUier L. & Co., (Louis Peltier, George S. Carll,) undertakers, 24 E.j 

Zf2 Berry 

O Pens Conrad H., policeman, h 196 W. AVashington 
^ Peppier Jacob, salesman H. G. Wagner, bds same 
ctj Pequegenot Felix, salesman B. W. Oakley & Son, bds same 
p^ Periquey Frank, lab, h Samuel al, 1 s Grant 
IM Perret Charles, elk, bds (14 E. Columbia 
g Perrot Aiigust, h s s LaSalle, bet Hanna & Lafayette 
S Perry Bradley, lab, h 117 Broadway 
B Perry E. D., bds s w cor Calhoun and Baker 
O Perry John, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 15S W. Wayne 
^ Perry Joseph, carpenter O. D. Hurd, bds 50 E. Columbia 
^ Perzot Josejjh, carpenter, bds C. Ran 
W Peters R., boilermkr Ba-s & Hanna 
S^ Peters R., lab Bass & 11 anna 
g Peters William, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry. 
<3 Petrie Frank, machinist, h 57 Berry 
^ Pettengill A. M., cloak and dressmkr 74 Columbia, bds Mrs. Stapleford 
PettijoYm August, salesman L. Falk, bds same 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FOl^T WAY^E FIL DIRECTORY. 131 

Pettijolin Jolm B., salesman McDougul & Co., li 186 E. Waslnnffton~" 

I'ettit buraii, teacher select scliool, s s W Berry, 2 e Griffith 

Petziii^rer F., Sr., boilennkrP. Ft. ^¥. & C. Ry. 

Petzinger F., Jr., boilerrakr P. Ft. W. & C Ry. O 

Pfeiffcr Ciiristiaii, carj)enter, h w s Hanna, 2 s li(3linan L- 

Pfeiffer John C, (PtViiter & C<..,) h Leo rd, 3 miles n city 

Pfeifter & Co., (John C. Pfeitier, Jacob Thmnm, Frederick Wehrs ^ »^ 



pruprs Arctic Mills, e s Lima rd, nr canal feeder, Bloomingdale 



Pfleager Holt, tinner Ash & McCnUoch, bds John M. Cook S 

Pflejar Joseph, teamster, h 96 W. Berry JaJ 

Phelps George, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C, Rv., h 107 Jackson 
Phelps James, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. liy., li 107 Jackson S* 

PhenixFire Ins. Co of Brooklyn, N. Y., S. Lumbard, agent, office I 

Hamilton's old Bank bldg ' & j eo 

Philhibaum John M., h s s Grand, 4 w S. Harrison 
Philley Eli S., teacher, h 204 Lafayette 
Pbilley Milton S., teacher, bds 204^Lafayette 
PJiiliip Barnet, groceries 17 Calhoun, h 121 W. Main 
Phillips Elizabeth, wid Edward, h 212 Lafayette 
Phillips George, city hacks, h s s CJumbia, 2 w Lafayette 
Phillips George, tinner, bds 50 E. Columbia ^ 

Phillips George, wks Gas Liglit Co. S 

Phillips Jolm, hack driver, bds Georire Phillips S 

Phillii^s John, student FORT WAY^^E COMMERCIAL COLLEGE S 

Court, cor Main ' ^ 

Phillips Michael, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Colerick 2 w :;: 
Hoagland av ^ 

Phillips K. H., (Rev.) pastor Berry st M. E. Church, h 26 W. Berry 3' 

Phillips Patrick, lab, h s w cor K Cass and Second S" 

Phoenix Block, w s Calhonn bet Main and Columbia ^ 

PHOENIX INS CO. OF HARTFORD, CONK, PL H. Bossier, agt, » 



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room 4 over Hamilton's Bank ^ ., . . ' ^'o 

Pickard^ Thomas R., foreman Bass & Hanna, h s s Washington 2 w of S" 
Lafayette ° oa 

.Piepenbnnk Christian, millinery and stamping n w cor Calhoun and § 

J errerson, h same oa 

Piepenln-ink Eliza, milliner, bds n w cnv Calhonn and Jefferson S 

Pieper Frederick, machinist T. W. & W. Rv., h 69 W. Jefferson S 

;Pierce Benjamin C, propr Phillips House n w cor Columbia and Lafa- P^ 
' yette *" 

Pierce Everett W., machinist Murray & Bennigin, h 215 Lafayette ^ 

Pierce Isabella, wks French, Hanna & Co t^ 

[Pierce James S., stave mnfr, cooper and mnfr of pumps n s Pearl bet » 

Ewing and Griffith, h 257 W. Wayne g 

Pierr Jacob, (J. & P. Pierr,) h e s Calhonn 2 n of Jefferson f» 

Pierr Peter (L & P. Pierr,) h n w cor Washington and Union E? 

Pierr J. &P (Jacob Pierr, Peter Pierr,) dry goods, notions and gro- JS 

ceries. No. 1 PhoBnix Block Calhonn st ^ % 

Pigecm Nicholas, wks frgt depot T. W. & W. Ry., h n w corMelita and 

Kansas 
Pillett Joseph, machinist T. W. & W. Ry 
Pilliod Yictor, shoemkr, li s s Colum.bia rd or Front st bet Cherry and 



'•New York Store," 90 Columbia St., ROOT & CO., Jobbers and 

132 FORT WAYNE POT DIRECTOKY. 



Pinter Edwaid, tanner, bds C. Ran 
® Pio John W., collarnikr Jacob Schwegel, li Clay bet Wasliington and 
^ Jeflcrson 

^ Pipenbrink Adam, basketnikr, wks L. Scliank, bds 48 E. Coliunbia 
t^ Pipenbrink Conrad D., groceries and provisions 6i W. Washington, h 



48 W. Washington 



Cm Piqncgnot Frank, carpenter, li e s Ilanna nr S. City limits 

ts'Pittsburgii, Fort Wayne and Chicago Ey., 

g^ ottice at patsengerciepot. {iSee card jj 14&.) 

•g P. Ft. W. tfc C. Py. despatchers, office Clint«»ii st n of depot ; 

P3 P. Ft. W. & C. liy. division engineers, office Clinton St., n of depot rH 
P3 P. Ft. W. tic C. liy. frt depot, office liailroad bet Clinton and Parr '^ 
^ P. Ft. W. & C. liy. machine shops n s li. li. bet Clinton and Lalayetto 
To P. Ft. W. ^ C. liy. master transportation, office Clinton St., n of depot ' 
^ P. Ft. W. & C. liy. past-erger depot, Raih-oad bet Calhoun and Clinton 
^ P. Ft. AV. vfc C. liy. roadmaster, office Clinton St n of depot 
Jj P. Ft. W. & C. liy. supts office west division Clinton St., n of depot, 
py Charles E. Goiham, supt ; 

5Q P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. telegraph office, eupts office, depot 
"eg Plagge Louis, h n e cor Van Buren and High 
^ Phut Alberr, porter Aveline House, bds same 
^ Ploor Ellen, wid Frederick, h w s Calhoun 8 s Jefferson 
^ Pluck Heimann, lab, h 19t) W. Jeiferson i 

{U Pines Sherman 1)., tireman T. W. & W. Ry 

- Plunkett Charles, actor, h 137 W. Main 
o Polfenberger J., lireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
^ Poggeman William, wks frt depot T. W. tfe W. Ry., h 153 Lafayette ^ 
^. Polilman Frederick, collarmkr Jacob Schwegel, bds 41 E. Colundjiti 
^Pohn Christian, printer, bds 85 W. Jefferson 

S Polkannis Albert 11., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h Lafayette 2 a of 
^ Montgomery , _ 

g PoUihan Ceorge, elk E. Woodward, bds 227 E. Wayne . J 

^ Poole Emery 0., engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h 146 W. Jefferson ^ 

g Poole Martha, wid I)avid, h e s Williams 5i e Floagland av 
a Poole William, moulder Pass & lianna 
"2 P<->p>p llern)an, tanner Union Tannery, bds 176 Lafayette 
^ Por&eeker Frank, wks F. Eckert, bds same 
,a Porter Edward C, frt conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mrs. Mary 

o Porter Ehas A., wks L. M. Ninde, h e s Fairfield av and city limits 
'§ Porter Humphrey, boilermkr T. W. & W. liy 
CO Post Henry, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 22 Madison 
« POST OFFICE ANDBUILD11\G., M. L>rake, Post Master e s Court 
g> bet Main and Periy 

^ POSTON ELISHA W., 

^ modeludcr room 7 Burgess Block, h 32 Jones. {See card Business 

g Megister.) 

g Potch Peter, basketmkr wks L. Schank, h Water st 
O Potter Charles II., brakeman P. Ft. W . & C. liy., bds s w cor Calhoun 
*^ and Baker 

POTTER JOSEPH L., contractor builder and stair builder, n e cor 
Main and Griffith, h 250 W. Wayne 



Retailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

FORT WAYNE QUC DIEECTOKY. 1.33 

Ponlson Britton, (B. Poalson & (Jo.,) h s s Wayne, bet Barr and Cal- 
houn Q 

Ponlson B. & Co., L, 

(Britton Ponlson and ,) patentees and mantVs of fanning ma- m 

chines, 4:6 W. Main. {Sea oanl p. Yl.) g 

Power Ciit'.rleis, lab, h s s riii»;li, bet Lima rd and Van Buron <} 

Powers Emitt, street sprinkler, bds 16U E. AVa^-ne ^ 

Powers John A., street sprinkler, li 160 E. Wayne S^ 

Powers Thomas, lab, h e s Webster, bet Baker and Ilolman »tO 

Poyser Hiram, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., h 176 W. Jefferson ^g 

Pi anger John U., carpenter, h 201 E. Washington W 

Pratt Allen, mason, h 10 Montgomerj^ *T 

Pratt Henry, mason, l)ds 10 Montijomery S* 

Pratt William T., (ex-sheritf,) office, No. 8 Burgess Block, over First » 

National Bank, li n s Douglas av, 3 w Harrison <D 

Prentiss Charles C, (J. R. Prentiss & Son,) bds Aveline House '^ 

Prentiss Joseph K, (J. C. Bowser & Co., and Joseph R. Prentiss & B 

Son,) h 49 W. Water S- 

Prentiss Patrick, lab, h s s Baker, 1 w McClellan tJ 

Prentiss J. R. & Son, (Joseph li, and Cliarles C. Prentiss,) hard wood g 

and lumber, 23 W. Water o 

Presbyterian Chapel, (old school,) n e cor Calhoun and Holman pa 

Presbyterian Churcli, (new school,) George Little, pastor, s s W. Berry a* 

bot Webster and Ewing Cj* 

Pressor Charles, lab, h s e cor Holtnan and Monroe h^ 

Price R. E., bds s w cor Calhoun and Baker fo^ 

Prince Tl - ■"-■n ;-, machinist, h N. Calhoun, oi)p Trotting Park g" 

PROBASCO A. C, collector Wabash and Erie Canal, and city and «> 

township assessor, office, 73 Columbia, h 112 E. Main 
Probasco Mahlon, lireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 16 S. Calhoun g* 

Pronger Barney, wks N. G. Olds & Son o* 

Pronger Conrad, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 141 E. Wasliington 3' 

Protection Engine Co. No. 5, Bass, opp Prince o 

Prouty Joshua B,, bookeeper and cashier Abbott & Siioaff, bds 91 E. ^ 

Washington ^ 

Provident Life Insurance and Investment Co., of Ciiicago, George F. S 

Stinchcomb & Co., agts, Aveline Block, 71 Calhoun ' § 

Prunican , shoemkr, 1 1 n s Nirdlinger av, 3 w Bluffton rd. ^ 

Pubownik John, carpenter, e s John, nr Charley jjj 

Puffenbarger Jacob, carpenter, h w s Maiden Lane, 2 s Pearl ^ 

Putfenbarger Jennie, seamstress B. D. Angell, bds Jacob Puffen- J2. 

barge r co 

Putnam Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn., , ^ 

Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6, Burgess Block, over First National CQ 

Bank ^ 

Putnam Harvey N., (Henderson & Putnam,) h 126 Clinton co 

Q. 

QUCKSELL Peter, engineer P. Ft. W. & C Ry., h e s Broadway, 2 u 
P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 



Remember Biddle & Hoagland's is the Cheap Drug Store. 

134: FORT WAYNE RAN DIKECTORY. 



Qucksello Siunuol, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. %., bds s e cor Wilt and 

Colle.^ro 
Quidor Kulurn K., engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h 48 Wilt 



§ Quiiilan I)., carpenter P. Fr. W. & C. Ry 



>,Qiii<ni James, blacksuiith P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., li 101 W. Jefferson 
^ Quinn Malachi, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Thomas Lynch 
^ Qiiinn Martin, labT. W. & W. Ry., h s s Taylor, 3 e Oakley 
^ Quinn P., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 



CO 



JEi. 






RAA13 Frederick, elk J. Raab, h — E. Washington 
Raab John, groceries, 92 Colntnbia, h 112 W. Jefferson 
l2 Rabel Gnstav, shoemkr Paul Ketcher 

-.R'lbur Mathias, carpet weaver, h n s Donglas, 9 w Lima rd. i 

•^ Rabus John, taik>r, h ws Linia rd, 2 n High 
3 Racine Aime, (Racine & Bro.,) li n w cor First and N. Cass 
M Racine Frederick, (Racine & Bro.,) bds Caspar Ran 
JCQ Racine Jacob, wks Racine & Bro., bds Caspar Ran 

§ Rticine & Bro., (A. and F. Racine,) whol horse collar manfrs, n w cor 

4:5 First and N. Cass 

"g Rady William, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Hoagland av, 2 s Cole- 

ctf rick 

*^ Ragen James, bds s w corCalhonn and Baker 

©"Rahe Henry, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., h 127 Broadway 
^ Rahonst Frederick, carpenter, h 218 E. Jefferson 
O Railing A., boilermkr P.Ft. W. & C. Ry., ii Hanna, cor Madison 

_, Railing Conrad, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Hamilton and 
j§ Francis 

^ Railing Henry, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 155 E. Lewis 

o Railway Passengers' Assurance Co., of Hartford, F. P. Randall, agt, 

§ office, w s Clinton, bet Columbia and Main 

g Raiser A. B., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

M Ralston J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
)-4 R imbo Benjamin W., watchmkr 2 Aveline Block, h 120 W. Washing- 

cj Rarnmart Herman, lab, h n s Donglas, bet Lima Plank Road and Cas3 

J RAUDALL FEANKLIN P.^, 

Mayor of Fort Wayne, lawyer, ins and real estate agt, office w 8 
,iC Ciinto)!, bet Cohimbia and Main, h n e cor Berry and Lafayette. 

{S 36 card jj. X 111.) 
"-* Randall C-reorge W., barber, bds s w cor Calhoun and Baker 
2 Randall Peter, barber, bds s w cor Calhoun and Baker 
ca Randall Smith, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 41 W. Wa^liington 
a Ranke Frederick, machinist J. C. B.iwser & Co., h 119 W. Washington 
*^ Ranke Hetn-y, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co., bds Wm. Ranke 
Ranke Willian], (Ranke & Co..) h 121 W. Washington 

Ranke William & Co., (William Ranke and ,) saw mill proprs, 

on the Canal, nr Griffith 
Ranz Adam, lab, h 249 E. Washington 



o 

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!3d 



Get your Paints, Oils and Dye Bluffs at Biddle & Hoagland's 

FORT WAYNE E,EE DIRECTORY. 135 

Rapp Charles, teamster Lillie & Bro,, bds same q 

Kapp Christian, billiard saloon, 24 W. Main, h same 

Eapp Frederick, elk, h 173 E. Washinorton ^ 

Rapp Jacob, wagonmkr, h Iloffnian Addition, 3 w Lima rd ^ 

Rapp Marj', wid John, h 30 W. Lewis 

EAQUET CHEISTIAj^, 

guns, pistols and ^3porting apparatus, 20 W. Main, h same. {jSee 

card Busi7iess liegister.) pj 

Raquet Peter, gnnsniith C. Raqnet, h 136 W. Columbia g 

Rasenk Mary, wid John, h s e cor Van Buren and High CD 

Rassat diaries, carpenter, li e s Hanna, 1 s Grant - 

RASTETTER LOUIS, machinist and town clockmnfr, 42 W. Jefferson, ^ 

h n e cor Calhoun and Jefferson g* 

Rater Frederick, wiper T. W. & W. Ry _ »* 

Ran Casper, boarding, e s Lima road, bet Fourth and Fifth, Blooming- 2 

dale. ^ ^ 

Ran Philip, wks Beck's Brewery, h Bloorningdale ^ 

Rauli Augustus, plasterer, h w s Lima rd, 3 n High g^ 

Rauner Joseph, (J, L, Sweney & Co.,) h — Wilt CD 

Rawson George, moukler Bass & Hanna, bds Mrs. C. Gable • pj 

Ray Henry, carpenter T. W. & W. Rv g, 

RAY W. T.. master mechanic T. W. & W. Ry., bds Mrs. L. Wright ^ 
Rayhouser Gedeliah J. Z., printer GazHte o^qq, h n city limitSj Spy Run g* 

road g 

Raynes W., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry g- 

Raynes W. H., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
Read Asahel J., livery and sale stable. Court street, opp Court House, h ^ 

e s Clinton, 4 s Main g- 

Read Henry A., agt Merchant's Union Express Co., 75 Columbia, h s s g- 

Ewing, 2 s W. AVayne •-* 

Read Moses, (M. Read '& Co.,) h 126 W. Main " 

READ M. & CO., (Muses Read and Franklin M. Johnson,) general g* 

produce dealers, 40 E. Columbia g^ 

Reader J., hreman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry g 

Ready David, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Colerick, 2 w Prince o 

Realins: , hib, h Hanna, cor Madison ^ 

Reamed- B. C, tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry ^ 

Rear Henry, h 247 W. Jefferson gj* 

Redelsheimer David S., (S. Redelsheimer & Son,) h 59 W. Main o 

Redelsheimer Henry, groceries and fancy goods, e s Calhoun, 2 n Main, .?^ 

h s cor Harrison and Washington ^ 

Redelsheimer Julius, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- ^ 

LEGE, elk S. Redelsheimer & Son, bds same 
Redelsheimer Max, salesman H. Redelsheimer, bds same 
Redelsheimer Sigmond, (S. Redelsheimer & Son,) h 48 W. AVayne P 

Redelsheimer S.& Son, (Sigmond Redelsheimer and David S. Redelshei- M 

mer,) wholesale grocers, wines, liquors, tobacco and cigars, 93 Co- ^ 

lumbia CD 

Redpath Charles, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds w s Barr, 4 s Wayne ^ 
Reed Isaac N,, moulder Bass & Hanna, h 208 E. Jefferson 
Reed John, (Reed & Hayes,) bds s e cor Clinton and Wayne 



O 



KOOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a large stock of Cloaklngs, Cloths, 

136 FOliT WAYNK KEM DlKKCTOltY. 



Heed Joseph, tireman F. Ft. W. & C. Ry., li 200 Lafayette 

Reed & Hayes, (John Reed and John Hiiyes,) leather and liudings, o7 | 

E. Cohinibia ^ 

^eoliling Jact<b, teamster, h s w cor Madison and Ilarmer 

Keohling Philip, harnt'ssnikr L. Traub, bds 220 E. Madis( 

:ieeps C , carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

leese Cluiries, machinist P. Ft. W. & 0. R' 
Reti'elt W. R., carpenter P. Ft. W. &. C. Ry 



„z Reo 

§ Rechling Philip, harncssnikr L. Traub, bds 2iJ0 t.. Maaison 
>>Reeps C , carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
g Reese Cluiries, machinist P. Ft. W. & O^Ry., li T5 Montgomery 

"S Rehni Christian, la'), h n s Williams, 3 w Harrison 

£ Rchni Peter, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Bloomingdale 

^Rehncn Bernard, bkpr B.Trentman & Son, bds 64 W. Wayne 

*£ Rehnen Ulrich, mason, h 64 ^Y . Wavne 

~Z Rehorst F., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Rv. 

§ Rchrkasser C, wiper P. Ft, W. & C Ry. 

5 Reichert Philip, wks C. Hatfner & Co., bds same 

'rt Rt'id Adam D., (A. D. Reid & Co.,) h n e cor Berry and Broadway 

O REID A. D. & CO., (Adam D. Reid, Robert Lig^^'tand Charles Men- 
t^ sing,) steel plow and cultivator mnfrs. 57 W. Main 
g Reidmiller George, candymkr Iluestis & Hamilton 

g Reiling August, locksmitii, n w cor Pearl and Ewing, h same 
jQ Reiling Conrad, tailor, li 95 E. Madison 

•fn Reiiliiig F., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

S Reimeman Henry, blacksmith T. W. & W. Ry., h 109 Broadway 

^ Reinecke Christian, upholsterer J. M. Miller, h 105 Barr 
g R'.iinewold William, wks T. W. & VV. Ry., hue cor Harrison and j 

{33 Dawson 

^Reinhardt Mathias, bootmkr, h 239 E. Jefferson 
o R-inhart Fox, gardener, h w s Fox, s T. W. & W. Ry. 

^ Reinhart Henry, carpenter, h w s Hi<2:h, bet Van Bureu and Lima rd 
-.Reinke F. AV., steward Concordia College, h same ' 

<^ Reinkino; Frederick, salesman McD-Miga! & Co., h 185 Ewing I 

o Reiss George, wiper P. Ft. W. & C." Ry., h 165 West \ 

g Reiter Anton, h w s Lima rd, 5 n High | 

«j Reiter Edward F., grain buyei", h n e cor Clay and Berry , | 

^ Reiter Frederick, drayman, h 60 Douglas av. 

CO 



S REITER GEORGE, 



*5 mntr cigars and tobacco, 88 Calhoun, bds Aveline House. {See 

a card Bicsiness Register.) 

g Reiter Henry, machinist T. W. & W. Ry. 
P3 Reith Henry J., mason, h s w cor Wayne and Harmer 
o Reitz William F., collector Fort Wayne National Bank, h — W.Wayne 
"5 Reitzell Peter N., blacks-mith, h n w cor High and Lima rd 
_eJ Rekers Bernard J., carpenter, s w cor W. Washington and Ewing, h 
'„ same 

gREKERS CLEM A., county recorder, office Court House, h 21 W. 
03 Wayne 

5 Rekers Gerhard, elk H. Schwieters, li w s Webster, bet Berry and 
Wayne 

Remest J. H., patternnikr Murray & Bennigin 

Remley John, bds Main Street Exchange 

Remmer Harmon, wks French, Hanna & Co. 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

FuRT WAYNK RIL DIKKCTOBY. , 137 

RENAUD IlENliY, boarding house and saloon, 64 Colinnbia, li same 
R'jntrew Lide, niiliinL-r S. J. D^^lzell, bds ^anio 

Renfrew R.iy K., wks Bass & Ilauiia, li e s llanna, 3 n Grant q 

Renfrew R. K., Jr., lal) Bass ife llanna, bds e s llanna, 3 u Grant ' 

Renney Robert, wks E. Weisser & Co., li Bloomingdale 
Renney T., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. W 

R'jnseman B., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. § 

Rynshaw Joseph, moulder J. C. Bowser & Co., li s s Taylor, 2 e Oakley frj 
Rentze A., lab Bass & Hanna Sd 

Resolute Fire Ins. Co., of New York, II. G. Farr, agt, office Hamilton's j^* 
Block, Calhoun st. o 

Ressler Heiririch, niachinist, h n s "W. Jeft'erson, 3 w Ewing ^ 

Retter Jacob, machinist P. Ft. W. & C Ry., h s s Colerick, 2 e Prince ^ 
Renmmels John, painter Starkev & Rupert CO 

Reuss G., inachinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. cw" 

Reiiss William E., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL » 
LEGE, Court, cor Main g 

Rex J. M., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, ja. 
Court, cor Main O 

Reynolds A., wks N. G. Olds & Son _ ^ 3 

Reynolds John W., foreman candymakers Huestis & Hamilton, h 104 g 
Barr g 

Reynolds Peter, barber e s Calhoun, 2 s Holman, h e s Harrison, 2 n P 
Dawson ^ 

Rheim Samuel, carpenter, h e s Broadway, 3 n P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. t^ 
Rhinehart J., helper Bass & IIann«, h Lafayette, 2 n R. R. g 

Rhinesmith John, (Clark & Rliinesmith,) h 211 W. Wayne p' 

Rholeman W., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. <D 

Rhodenbeck A., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Rhodenbeck C, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C Ry. g» 

Rhodes Josiah, cooper D. Myers o* 

Rhyme Christian, lab, ii 2-11 W. Washington B' 

Rich Thomas, carpenter, h 85 E. Main o 

Richards David, cupola tender Bass & Hanna, h s e LaSalle, bet Han- ^^ 
na and Lafayette ?^ 

Richards Elizabeth, wid Frederick, h 24 E. Wafer 55 

Richey Amos, salesman Morgaji & Beach, bds Mayer House o 

Richie Sarah, wid James, h 12.8 Jackson S^ 

Richman William F., salesman Meyer Bros. & Co. m 

Riddler Andrew, lab, h s s Duryea, 1 w Hoagland av. pa 

Rider J., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 3^ 

. Ridley Michael, wks Clark & Rhinesmith g* 

Riedel John, teacher Evangelical Lutheran School p 

Rieder Jacob, lireman P. Ft. W. & C. R., bds s e cor Calhoun and ^a 
Washington Sj 

Riedmiller George, deliveryman Easrle Brewery, h nr Brewery ^ 

Riedmiller John M., propr Eagle Brewery, s w city limits, w Bluffton ?♦ 

Plank Road 
Rieman Sylvester D., salesman J. & P. Pierr, h 61 E. Jefferson 
Riesney Frederick, bds 60 Douglas av. 
Rietce Tobias, carpenter, •. 249 W. Wayne 
Riley Daniel, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s E. Lewis, 3 e Francig 



Fancy SoapSj Perfumeryj and Toilet Articles at 

138 FORT WAYNE ROD DIRKCTOliY. 



Riley Frederick, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h s w cor \V. Jeli'ersou 
•g "and Yan Buren 

S Riley G. W., train boy P. Ft. W & C. Rv., bds 16 S. Calhoun 
is Riiierraan llenry, blksmith T. W. & W. Ry. 
^ R!n'>- Jolin, lab/h n s Cliicngo, 1 w Calhoun 
g Rinr^uld Barney, baker, h 13 W. Wayne 
2 Rin'wold llenry, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry. 
t: Rinwold William, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry. 
j2 Ripper William, cabinetmkr J. J. Klaehn h e s Oakley, 1 n Henry 

^Ripps , lab, h n s Henry, 2 w Fairfield av. 

■^ Riser George, wks JST. G. Olds & Son ^ 

o Rissing Augustus, shoemkr J. A. Schmidt, h Bloomingdale 
PQ Rissing John H., wks W. Wheeler 
jw Ritter David, wks M. Strodel, bds same 
g Ritz Lawrence, wks E. Wcsisser & Co., h Bloomingdale 
w Roach David, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry.. bds 70 Madison 
-S Roach James, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h lo W. Wayne 
'o R'lat Bernard, wks P. Ft. AV. & C. Ry., h Force, n w cor Jones 
rt Robl)ins (Jharles G., carpentei-, h e s llanna, 3 s Lewis 
CQ Roberts iVndrew C, elk Meyer Bros. & Co., bds Miyer Plouse 
p:! Roberts George, fireman T. W. & W. Ry., bds s w cor Calhoun and 
W Baker 

^ Roberts WiHiam A., elk A. D. Brandriff & Co., bds Aveline House 
^ Robertson Robert S., (Ninde, Taylor & Robertson.) h n w cor Wayne 
,_- and Webster 

- Robertson William G., bkpr Murray & Bei.nigin, L 162 Ewing 
^ Robinson Charles ll.ff conductor P. Ft. AV. & C. Ry., h w s Jackson, 
oj bet AVayne and Berry 

<3> Robinson Edward B., bkpr B. W. Oakley & Son, bds same 
g Robinson IL, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. liy., bds A. AVhitehead 
Q ROBINSON JAMES H., boots, shoes, leather findings, &c., w s Har- 
fao rison, iiead of Columbia, bds Hamilton House 
•S ROBINSON R. D., (R-v.,) finan'cial agt t^'ort AVayne College, h same 
a ROBINSON S BLOCK, w s Harrison^ opp Columbia 
"cd Robison D. A., trader, room 5 Court House 
" Rochall Morris, shoemkr Thomas Mannix, h 151 E. Lewis 
^R(^ck Joseph, lab Bass & Hanna 

a Rockhill Emilv, wid William, h s e cor Berry and Rockliill 
j2 ROCKHIlL house, s w cor W. Main iuul Broadway, Pliilo Rumsey, 
,^ ])roprietor 

pj Roekkerher Joseph, cabinetmkr, h 191 E. AVa^hington 
^ Rudabauoch Elisha, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Calhoun 
§ and Baker 

.fapRodabaugh Thomas J., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 172 AV. Jefferson 
CQ Rodaubeck Frederick, boilernikr li.i-s ^.\: ilanna.' h 20S E. Jefferson 
Jq Rodder Frelerick, wks T. AV. & W. Ry., h n s Nirdlin-xcr av, 5 w 
o BluiTton rd. 

^Rodem.in William J., foreman cigar shop Lamley & Rosenthal, h n w 
Qj cor Harrison and Bass 

CD Rodenbeck AVilliam, boilermkr T. AV. & AV. Ry., h 65 Madison 
Rodcnbeck AVilliam, shoemkr C. AV. Sander, bvls same 
Rodenberger George, painter P. Ft. AV. & C. Ry.^ h n s IIenry,*l e 
Fairfield av. 



MEYIE BIOTHEES ^ CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE EOS DIRECTORY. 139 

Kodmuier Fred, wks N. G. Olds & Son 

Rody VViiliam, helper T. W. & W. Ry. 

Roeilo Frank, wks Merchants' Union Express, bds 15 W. Jefferson 

Eoelle Jacob, machinist P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., h 15 W. Jeliersun 

Roelle Teter, h 15 W. Jefferson _ 5« 

Roesler XL, machinist Muriay & Bennegin g 

Rogers Anson, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Bhiffton rd. 2 n •-< 

Kirdlinger a v. ^, 

Rodgers Bridget, wid James, h 105 Jackson P 

Rogers II., engineer P. Ft. W. c<c C. Ry. ^ ^ 

Rogers Orrin I)., carpenter, h 277 W. Jefferson CD 

Rogers Robert, moulder Murray & Bennigin, li s w cor Lewis and & 

Monroe § 

Rogers William II., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 131 E. Jefferson » 
Rogga William, carpenter, h n w cor llolman and McClellan hj 

Rolilcy Frank, expressman Merchants' Union Express Co., h — Jef- g* 

ferson co 

Rohrer John, chair factory cor Clinton and "Water, salesroom 39 E. Col- ^ 

umbia, h same § 

Rohrhase Conrad, lab, h n w cor Webster and Dawson o 

Rohs Henry, dry goods and notions, 84 Columbia, bds Anthony Evans -^ 
Rolap John, drayman, h 58 W. Wayne o 

Rollins G. W., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. *= 

Rolph Fritz, lab, li s s Wall, 9 w Bluffton plank rd. 2. 

Rolston James, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. iiy., h w s Clay, 1 n Houch o 
Roltz Conrad, dairyman, h Yi s Wells, bet Douglas and Canal feeder ® 

Roman Catholic Cathedral, Very Rev. Julian Benoit, pastor, e s Cal- SJ 

houn, bet Lewis and Jefferson ' a 

Ronibke Frederick, lab boiler shop Bass & Hanna, li n w cor Lafayette {H: 

and Madison o 

Romary Armour, wks A. J. Emrick, bds 15 Madison ^ 

Romary Joseph John Foster Jacob, salesman Morgan & Beach, h 15 

Mad'son 22 

Romy Cliarles, wks Griffith & Olds, bds 64 E. Columbia o 

Romy Robert, lab, bds 64 E. Columbia » ^ 

Rooney J., engineer P. Fr. W. & C. Ry. O 

Root Lewis B., (Root & Co.,) bds Hamilton House £L 

ROOT & CO., g 

(L. B. Root, E. C. Rurode, William Johnston, Jr., and George W. 

Knowlton,) dry goods wdiol and ret, 90 Columbia. {jSee top lines.) ?♦ 
Ropa Fritz, coffinmkr L. Peltier & Co. "^ 

Ropa William, (Kennedy & Ropa,) li s e cor Jefferson and Broadway o 
Rosa Anthony, wiper T. W. & W. Ry., h Y5 W. Washington ^ 

Rosel Benjamin, clrayman. h w s Webster, 1 n W. Wayne ^ 

Rose BrowneH B., foreman carpenter yard P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 158 ^ 

E. Lewis *g 

Rosenbaum Frank, saloon n w cor Monroe and Wayne, h same CD 

Rosenbcrger Charles, painter, n w cor Calhoun and Butler 
Rosenthal Albert, traveling salesman B. Trentman & Son, h 68 Douglas 

avenue 
Rosenthal Ephraim, stock dealer, h 30 W. Washington 



Dru?s, Medicines and Dye Stufis at 

O 1^^ F<iRT WAYNE liUN DIRKCTORY. 

O -— — ■ 

PQ Rosenthal Isaac, physician and surgeon,office, n e cor Main and Calhoun 
o h 100 \V. Berry 

§ Rosenthal Maxwell, (Lamley & Rosenthal,) h 102 W. Berry 
*£a Ross Enoch W., wij^er P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Charles and La- 
\>\ fayette 

^ . . — 

^ Rossington Richard, cigars, tobacco, &c., e s Calhoun, in Aveline House 

}2; Block, h Clinton, bet Main and ]>errv 

^ Rossington William W., billiard hall, 12 Calhoun, h 112 E. Berry 

^ Rotlie B., lab, Bass & 11 anna 

t5 Rotheflush Mary, wid Joseph, h n s Ilohnan, bet IJanna and Monroe 

^ Rothoff William, cigarmkr L. Dessauer & Co., bds Main Street Ex- 

change 
g Rotter llenry, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s High, bet Van 
(^ Buren and Lima rd. 



jg Ross George B., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Rv.,h 139 E. -Jefferson 
^ Ross Gustavus, gunsmith William Leonard, bds 51 Barr 



^ Round Frederick, mason, h s s Melita, opp Kansas 

^ Rouner Joseph, painter, h 132 Wilt 

g Rowan B. A , wid Dr. B. C, h 74 E. Washington 

CQ Rowan Stephen, salesman Root & Co. 

^Rowe Anthony, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

pq Rowe James, machinist P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., h n e cor Douglas av and 

jJ McClellan 

W Rubel , mason, h 114- Broadwav 

PgRubor J. L., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

g Court, cor Main 

^ Rubin Edward Rev., pastor Jewish congregation, h 80 W. Main 

cd Rudard Georire, butclier, h w s E\viii<r, 2 n W. Wayne 

g RUDISILL ilENRY J., (John E. Hdl, Jr., & Co.',) and County Audi- 

j=j tor\s office. Court House, h 110 W. Berry 

WRadisillJ., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
o Court, cor Main 

.g Rud<»I|.h Frank, hartiessmkr C. Neireiter, h Bloomingdale. 
o Rudolph WilUam, sawer, h 211 W. Jfffors.»n 

M Rue Nicholas T., teaclier District School No. 1, Wayne Township, bds 
W) Casper Rau 

•^ Ruess George, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Williams and 

(^ Iloaghind av 

^ Riigaber J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 
g lluizer William, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry 
W) ituhlin Conrad, tailor Keefer & Heingartiier, h 95 Madison 
cd Rule Jesse F., cabinetmkr John M JVIiller, h e s Calhoun, s city limits 
*|? Rumbolt GottHeb, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Hood, 3 s Pritch- 
bo ard 

w Rump Ernest, wks A. C. Beaver, bds 207 W. Jefferson 
g»Rump Ilrrmann, wks A. C. Beaver, bds 207 W. Jefferson 
^ liumsey Henry B., Lieut. Commanding U. S. Navy, bds Rockhill House 

•^ Rumsey IJ. Edgerton, bds Rockhill House 
Pj Jiumsey James B., elk Rockhill House 

g RUMSEY PHILO, propr Rockhill House, s w cor Main and Broadway 
^ Runbek William, shoemkr, bds 101 W. Washington 
o Rundel Alexander, wks spoke fiictory, h Samuef Alley, 2 s Grant 



MEYER BROTHEKS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FtUtT WAYNK St. P UlUKCTO.iY. 141 

Eundel Charles, conductor T. Fr. W. & C. liy., h 152 W. Washington H 
Kupert Ira, (Stark ej <fe liupert,) h 123 E. AVashington O 

liupp John, blksmith J. 0. Bowser tSz Co., bds '63 Madison o* 

Kupple John, wks Baker & Bro , h n s Montgomery, 4 w Lafayette ^ 

Ruppie John, lab, h 2«i2 E. Wayne *^ 

Bupple Baul, carpenter P. Ft. VV. & C. Ry., h 258 E. Wayne £ 

Eurude Ernst C, (Root & Co..) bds Aveline House g 

Rushton Samuel, blksmith T. W. & W, By., h 3i Lewis 3- 

Rushton Thomas, patent rights, h 128 Madison S 

Russell Cieorge F., salesman Root & Co , bds Rev. J. S. Lodge p 

Russell James, wks C-Jas Co., bds 150 Harrison «^ 

Russell Beter, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Kelson and Wilt Sj 
Russell William, painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Walnut, 4 w. Fair- ^ 

lield avenue o 

Ruthman Bernard, bricklayer, h 227 E. Wayne e-* 

Ruthrautf Charles, grocer, s w cor Calhoun and Wayne, h 140 Clinton p 
Ruthrauft' AV illiam, salesman Root & Co u* 

Ruthrauif William P., pastor English Lutheran Church, h s s Wayne, bet ^^ 

Clinton and Barr ^ 

Ruthruff Charles, elk Wilham E. Hood o 

Rultenburgh C, lab Bass & Hanna oa 

Ryall John, asst engineer Western Division P. F. W. & C. Ry., h n e po 

cor Nelson and Jefferson T\ 

Ryall Sanmel, barber R. H. Evans, h n w cor Main and Harrison S 

Ryan Bridget, wid John, h 101 W. Jefferson ^ 

RifAN DaJS'IEL, lawyer and justice, Phoenix Block, bet Main and Co- S 

lumbia, w s Calhoun, bds Mayer House C^ 

Ryan Dennis wks T. W. & W. Ily., h T. W. & W. Railroad track, 2 w W 

Fairlield avenue ^ 

Ryan John, drayman, h s s Pritchard, 2 e Jackson Z/i 

Ryan John, lab, h s s Pritchard, 3 e Jackson SH 

Ryan Martin W., lab T. W. & W. Ry., h e s Pine, 2 s T. W. & W. Ry g§ 
Ryan Patrick, carpenter, h 167 Washington {> 

Ryus William B., machinist P. Ft. W. t& C. Ry., h 217 Lafayette C3 

St I** 

SACHMEYER Adam, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h 208 Ewing g 

Sachs David, retired merchant, h 21 W. Berry. qq 

Saffon Thomas, machinist Bass & Hanna, h E. Lewis ~ 

St. Clair Frank, school teacher, h 207 £2< 

St. John's Church, (Lutheran,) s e cor Van Buren and Washington, C. • 

Baumann, pastor "^ 

St. Mary's German Catholic Church, e e cor Jefferson and Lafayette, W 

Rev. Joseph Weutz, pastor «^ 

St. Paul's German Catholic Church, s e cor W. Washington and Grif- 55. 

lith, Rev. E. Konig, pastor. 2 

St. Paul's German CathoHc (branch) School, n w cor Jefferson and CD 

Griffith eo 

St. Paul's German Catholic School, e s Griffith, bet W. Wayne and o* 

Washington, Peter Mettler, principal ^ 

St Paul's (German Lutheran) Church, w s Barr, bet Lewis and Jeffer- ' 

son, William Sihler, pastor 



Try Biddle & Haagland's Royal Baking Powder. 

142 FoiiT wAYNi': SUH directory. 



Salboclier Simon, lab, h s s LaSalle, bet lianiia and Lafayette 

Saliije Ferdinand, plasterer, h 12o Madison 

Salgo F., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Uy. 

Sallhorn D., polisher N. G. Olds & Sun 

Sallutt Jacob F., h 156 E, Ljwis 
^ Salman D., iireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

g Sampson Joseph, barber, under Summit City Hotel, h n s E. Wayne, 4 
*3 e 11 anna 

g SANDER CHARLES W., 

.M boots, shoes and leather, 82 Columbia, h 101 W. Washington. 

^ (See card Business Register.) 

c^ Sanders J ohn, teamster, h w s Lima rd, nr Beck's Brewery 
^ Sanders William, li 86 W. Washington 
^Sargent William, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., li 124 E. Lewis 

§ Sarnighausen John, (Saruighausen & Kampe,) li n e cor Columbia and 
gj Clinton 

^ SAMIGHAUSEN & KAMPE, 

o 
xn 
& 

'B p. 60.) 

(g Sarns John, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

^ Saunders Benjamin, justice of the peace, office 2 Phoenix Block, Cal- 

g houn, h 301 E. Washington 

"g Saunders Ernest, mason, h 97 W. Jefferson ■<■ . 

"^ SAUNDERS JOSEPtl B., photograph gallery, 3 Phoenix Block, 



( Tohn Sarnighansen and Adolpluis Kampe,) editors and proprietors 
Indiana /Slate Zeitmig, n e cor Columbia and Clinton. {See card 



eu Calhoun, bds 1:^9 Broadway 

m Saurs David F., bds s s Y/iiliams, 2 e Hoagland av. 

.^Saurs Henry Augustus, lab T. W. & W. Ry., bds s s Williams, 2 e 

^2 lloagland av. 

^ Saurs Mary A., wid George G., li s s Williams, 2 e Hoagland av. 

.E« Saurs S.nnael P., fireman T. W. & W. Ry., bds s s Williams, 2 e Hoag- 

^ land av. 

*H Sauser Louis, watchnikr, e s Calhoun, 3 n Washington, bds s e cor Cal- 

T^ houn and Washington 

♦^ Savage John, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h n w cor Pine and Locust 

*^ Saven Samuel, wks Stanley, Bieber & Co. 

^ Sawburger S., lab Bass & Ilanna 

P5 Sax Morris, student FORT WAY:N"E COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

M Court, cor Main 

> SAXER G. ALEXANDER, director Concordia College, h same 

S Saxton George, h 69 Douglas av. 

*^ Saxton Madam, millinerv, 70 (Jalhoun, h 69 Douglas av. 

*^ Saxton T. J., student FOIiT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

Q Court, cor Main 

Scarlett Anne, wid Albert D., h s s Jefferson, 1 w College 

Scarlett Chester, traveling salesman Huestis & Hamilton, h 57 W. 

Water 
Schacker Leonard, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 138 Jackson 
Schaeffer William, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h 36 Wilt 
Schaffer Joseph, barkpr R. R. Dining Room's, bds same 



Biddle & Hoagland's Baking Powder is sold everywhere. 

FOBT WAYNE SCII DIRECTORY. 143 

Schaifter Pciul, lab, bds 64 E. Goluuibia 

Schall , lab, li n s AVall, w Blulftoii Plank Road 5* 

Schamkle Frederick, oik, li w s Lima rd, 2 w Bridge ^ 

Scliaiik Constantino, (Kalbaciier & Scliank,) h n e cor Calhoun and S 

Wayne 
SCriANK LOUIS, mnfr baskets and wooden ware, 48 E. Columbia, h S' 

same ^. ^ 

Scliara Frederick, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., li w s Oaklej, 1 s Walnut CD 
Scliart't Joseph, wks Ei^cti's Brewery, h Bloomingdale t30 

Schaiibroeck Henr}', lab, bds 252 E. Washington ^ 

Schawrzkofi Louis, foreman Beck's Brewery, h Bloomingdale es 

Scheimann Frederick, tailor, li S6 E. Jefferson £^ 

Sclieity J(,»hn, wks Griffith & Olds ,_ 

Scheie August, mason, h 54 Vv^. Wayne. § 

Scheie August F., (Scheie & Loner, h 58 W. Main P3 

Scheie Jolm, porter B. Trentman & Son pa 

Scheie Joiui F., mason, li 190 Griffith g 

Scheie Julius, stonemason, h s e cor Walnut and Oakley O 

Scheie & Loner, (August F. Scheie and Benedict Loner.) groceries, CJ 

provisions and liquors, 5 E. Main § 

SCIIELL JAMES II., attorney at law, 8 Burgess Block, over FirsfS 

National Bank, bds Mayer Llouse B 

Schellehorn John, (Manok & Schellehorn,) h 89 W. Water ^ 

Scheuemari Ernest, carpenter, h 205 Ewing q 

Scheuerman Peter, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Rv.. h w s Broadway, gj 

4 s Wilt ■' ' g 

Scherleen Christian, cooper, bds n e cor Lavinia and Broadway 
Schenneyer Charles, painter O. J. Kover, bds same ^ 

Schorner Frederick, lab, bds 14 W. Jefferson p 

Scherzinger P., (Tr.'nkiey & Sclierzinger,) h 180 W. Washington Ci: 

Schick G., professor Ci)ncordia College, h same o 



oT 



Schie Ciiristopher, hostler Iledekin Ilouso 

Schiefer Christian, boots, shoes and leather 100^ Columbia, h same 

Schiefer Deidrich, tinsmith, h 18 E. Wayne 

Schiefer George, h 18 E. Wayne o 

Schiefer William, bkpr and salesman C. Schiefer, bds same - 

Schiefer William, shoemkr, C. Schiefer, h s s Wayne, 2 e Hauna O 

Schieferstein Henry, butcher, bds n s Main, w Barr ^ 

Schieferstein Philip, butcher n s Mr.in, G ^v Barr, h same o 

Schiffner Herman, wks C. Schmidt & Co., h s s Columbia rd, 4 w of S 

the bridge ^j 

Schildmeyer Christian, shoemkr, h 1Y3 W. Jefferson ef 
Schilling Bernhard, plasterer, h P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. track, 1 w Hood hh 

Schilling Frank, stonecutter Humphrey & Co-, h 241 W. Jefferson r* 

Schilling John, lab, h 241 W. Jeff'ersoa ^ 

Schiman P., wks foundry, bds 118 Harrison ^ 

Schiman William, coremkr J. C. Bowser & Co., bds 118 Harrison \^ 

Schinaman C, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Schinaman F., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. - 
Schirmeyer Charles L., hats, caps, furs, and straw goods 9Y Columbia, 

h Decatur City 
Schirmeyer Louis, salesman C. L. Schirmeyer, bds 70 W. Main 



"Housekeeping," "Dry Goods," ROOT & CO., offer the Best Quality of 

144 FOKT WAYNE SC-H DIRECTORY. 

Sclurmt^yer William, sulesmau C. L. Scliinneyer, bds 70 W. Mala 
8chleiiik"oter John, ajrucer n w cor Barr and Main, h same 
Schmalhans Fredeiick, cabinetiDkr, wks Griobt'l & Fee 

to S.-l)m;ilz Charles, tailor 18 E. Wayne, h same 

P Scliniennor Henry, stonocntter J. lliiinphrey & Co., h 127 Wilt 

±* Sdunetzer Frederick, elk, li 234: W. Washincfton 

^ Schmidt Albert, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 14 W. Jefferson 

o Schmidt C, messenj^cr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

•g S.-hmidt Cliristian, wks Charles JMoll 

J2 S-hmidt Christian, wks W. Siruwer & Co., bds Casper Rau 

iS Schmidt Conrad, Jr., (C. ScUmuh & Co.,) h 193 W. Wayne 

^Schmdt Conrad, Sr., bd? C. Schmidr, Jr 

o Schmidt Edward, lab, bds 50 E. Columbia 

^ Schnuilt J., boilerwasher P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

W Schmidt Jacob, wks C. Schmidt & Co.. h 22 Mood 

^ Schmidt John A., boots and slioes 15 E. Main, has Jefferson, 1 

O Ewing 

g Sclimi^lt Lonis, h a e cor Calhoun and Washington 

•J^ Schmidt Martin, brewer George Ilornnng, bds same 

o Schmidt AYilliam, wks C. Schnudt & Co. 

^SCHMIDT C. & CO., tile cutters, mill picks and stonecutters tools, 



i 

f^ s Pearl, bet Cass & Ewing 

Schmitz Charles, physician and snrgoon, office, n w cor Wilt and College, 



*j3 h same 

P^ Schmoe Louis, shoemkr, h 171 Ewing 

o Schmueckle Frederick, traveling salesman E. Weisser & Co., h Bloom- 
.^ ingdale 

ed Schmnker Tibert, wks N. G. Olds & Son, h e s Laftiyette, 7 n Wallace 
o Schneider Alfred, tailor Nirdlmger & Oppenheimer, bds 15 W. Wayne 
g SchM( ider Barn -y II., h 9 ♦ E. Wayne 

p) Schneider Charles, lile cutter C. Schmidt & Co., bds 8 e cor Calhoun 
•X3 and Washington 

§ Sclineider Gottleib, tailor Lanferty & Bro., h 77 Madison 
f^ Schneider Henry F., carpenter, h n s Lavinia, 3 w Fairtield av. 
g^ Schneider John, wks M. Oakley, h w s Calhoun, 5 s Washington 
C3 Schneider William, shoemkr C. W. Sander, h w s Webster, 2 n Doug- 
M Ifis av. 

Schnelker Henry, mason, h 259 E. Wayne 
<u Schnorberger C, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^Schnurr Stephen, elk R. R. Dining Rooms, bds same 
(l4 Schocker Leonard, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
" Schovllkopf J. F., (E. Wdsser iSr Co..) h Buffalo 
g Schoenbein A F., draftsman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^ Scho(,*rpf Caspar, druggist, h n w cor Lima rd and Bowser 
O Scholby Joseph, blksniith, h 24 E. Water 

W Schone Ilinry, grocer 225 E. Washington, li 222 E. Washington 
^ Schoiicy Barney, wks Griffiih & Olds 

- S -horse William H. A., prescrij-tion elk Mever Bros. & Co 
^ Schott George J., elk W. E. Sturcris. h K Barr 
S honlte Rudolph, lab, h 241 E. Washington 
S ihraage Christ, tailor John G. Flerlderman, h Madison 
S^hrack Joseph, wks Fronefield & Todd, bds 26 W. Water 



Table Linens, Sheetings, Towelings, Toilet Quilts, Napkins. NEW YORK STORE 

FORT WAYNE SEA DIEECTOKY. 145 

Sclirader Frederick, shoetnkr, h 128 Madis(m 

Sclirader Henry, teamster, li s s Hij^li 5 w Van Buren 

Schrader Henry C, (Markley, Sclirader & Co., and T. K Hood & Co.,) g* 

h 216 W. Wayne g 

Schrader Paul, maciiinist J. C, Bowser & Co ^ 
Schram Frank, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Jones and Force ^ 

Schram Martin, shoemkr M. Noll g" 

Schra.nm Philip, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Py., h 62 Madison r-*- 
Schretfler Curtis, Sr., conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Py., h s s Brandriff 2 w g^ 

of Webster ^ 
Schroeder Frederick, wks Piatt J. Wise, h s s LaSalle bet Hanna and pa 

Lafayette § 

Schroeder Gottfried, tailor J. Freeman, h 168 E. Jeiferson <D 

Schroeder John, lab Bass & Hanna ,^ 

Schroeder Lewis, (Krudop, Brandt & Co,,) h 167 W. Washington g 

Schroeter B., (E, Weisser & Co.,) h St. L'juis e* 

Sehroge Christ, tailor, h 212 Madison 2 

Schnini George, lab., h n e cor Lafayette and N". LaSalle g* 

Schuck L., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry S 
Schuckman Henry, tinner Wilson & Co., h n s E. Washington 3 w of CJ 

Hanna P 

Schuckman John G., (Wilson & Co.,) h n e cor Calhoun and Wayne q 

Schuckman William, policeman, h n s E. Lewis 2 oof Francis 03 

Schuerman P., carpenter P Ft. W. & C. Ry g 
Schuester John, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son, bds Mrs. Ann Hartman^ 

Schuler Mathias, watchman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 260 E. Jefferson DQ 

Sdiulthes Charles B., cutter J. G. Thieme & Bro., h 53 E. Wayne g 

Sc.iullthess John, saloon 82 Barr, h same S- 

Scliultz W. F., moulder Bass & Hanna g" 

Sehuhz William, wiper T. W. & W. Ry » 

sen ULZ PETER, boot and shoemkr and leather dealer 4-7 E. Main, ^ 

Schul/2 William, shoemkr 25 W. Wayne, h same £9 

Schums Henrj^, (John A. JCoop & Co.,) h 46 E. Main g 

Schunk Charles, elk Meyer Bros & Co., bds A. Schunk ^ 

Schnst Andrew, carpenter, h e s Lima rd 1 n of Canal feeder ^ 

Schutz John, lab, h n s LaSalle bet Hanna and Lafayette ^ 

Schwalm Philip, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry.,h 158 Hanna g* 

SCHWEGEL JACOB, collarmfr 41 E. Columbia, h same § 

Schwegei Jacob M., collarmkr Jacob Scliwegel, h 41 Columbia ^ 
Schwegman H. R., staple fancy dry goods whol and retail and groceries 5* 

101. Columbia, h n w cor Jefferson and Clinton *^ 

Schwier C, lab, boiler siioj) Bass & Hanna 'TJ 

Sehwier IL, lab, boiler shop Bass ife Hanna ^^ 

Schwier William, foreman, boiler ohop Bass & Hanna ^ 

Schwieters Hermann, bakery 67 E. Columbia, h same ^ 

S;'kilm Philip, carpenter, h 150 Hann-. v2 
Sclager Samuel, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Phillips House " » 

Scott Alex., cabinetmkr, h 22 W. Berry "' P 

Scott George, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 106 W. Washington 
Scott W. Howard, elk frt depot P. Ft. W.'& C. Ry., bds 79 E. Main 
Seabold Christian, groceries and provisions e s Calhoun bet Douglas av 

and Holman, h same 
10 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Glass at 

146 FORT WAYNE SHA DIRECTORY. 



^ Seabold Henry, carpenter, h e 8 Calhoun 2 s of Douglas av 
« Seabold John, teamster, h s w cor Van Buren and Jefferson 
g Seadserlink Augustine,' wid Herman, h n e cor Lavima and Broadway 
*S Seaman Jackson D., merchant, bds 85 Barr 

o Security Fire Insurance Company, of New York., 

g, Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess Block, over First National 
Q) Bank 

^ Seddelmyer Martin, salesman E. Woodward 

-^ Sedc^wick John, miller P. Hoagland & Co, also flour and feed store, w 
c5 "'s Barr, 2 s Wayne, h UO E. Wayne 
S5 Sedgwick Joseph, miller, bds 140 E. Wayne 
M Seeborn John, lab, h s w cor Oakley and Taylor ^ , . . 
I Seely Albert J, cabinetmkr John M. Miller, h n 8 Washington, 



-G Ewing 



Seeman Conrad, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Py, h 208 Ewing 
•g Seemyer Gottlieb, tailor Keefer & Heingartner, h n s Jetierson, 
oJ Ewing 



w Sehmieder George, carpenter, h 266 W. Jeflerson 

f Seibold David, grocer, w 8 Lima rd, bet Douglas and Canal Feeder, 

pq same ^ „ , 

fe,Seidel Edward, ice dealer, 52 and 54 Calhoun, h same 

&Seifert William, bookkeeper E. Weisser & Co, h 115 Columbia 



2 w 
2 w 
h 



pq same 

Seidel Ed 

i_ Seifert WiiiiaiJiA, k,^^^^^ — x- ' v^ t i 

"S Seitz Hugh, candymkr Weiraan & Fox, bds same -di i o^ 

S Selgmor Louis, carpenter, h Hoffman's Addition, 1 w Lima Plank Rd 
<» SELLE AUGUSTUS L, druggist, w s Calhoun, 3 n Summit City 
ed Hotel, h same 

Q^Selman Jacob, lab T. W. <& W. Ry. , ^ ^ . . x, o.o v 

■^ Semebroth Frederick C, furniture finisher A. J. Erarick, h 243 i!,. 
o Washington 



,£3 



Sewern'^Ganett, wks P. Ft. W. & C Ry., bds 26Y E. Washington 
Sexton Flora, millinery 3 Union Block, Main, bds 8o E. Mam 



.2 SEYBOLD CHARLES F., 

ea house, sign and carriage painter, e s Calhoun, 3 8 Holman, h same. 

O (See card Business Register. ) 

^ SEYBOLD FREDERICK, boarding house, s e cor Calhoun and 

^ Washington 

L^ Shack William, shoemkr J. H. Robinson 

W Shadell Henry, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds n w cor Jefferson and 

^^ Barr 

^ Shaff"er Charles, carriagemkr Fort Wayne Agricultural Works, h 35 

PQ Lima road 

O Shaffer George, h 135 Broadway 

^ Shaffer T., tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ ^ ^ 

>* Shaffer William, boilermkr McLachlin & Keill, h 255 E. Jefferson 

■^ Shaffbr William, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 40 Monroe 

d Shala Henry, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 167 Holman 

2 Shala Julius, lab, h 93 W. Washington 

A Shaler John, elk, h s s E. Wayne, 2 e Francis 

ig Shaloup Catherine, wid Jacob, h 110 Montgomery 
Shamals F., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FOET WAYNE SHO DIRECTORY. 147 






Shamals W., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
Shanahan W., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C.'Ej. 
Shannon Micliael, mer tailor, 96 Columbia, h same 
Shaper Christian, teamster, h n e cor Holman and Clay 

Shaper Frederick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Rj., h 173 Madison § 

Sharp Abbie Miss, saleswoman, bds 3 E. Water ® 

Sharp Henry, h 3 E. Water g- 
Sharp T. L., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, c^ 

Court, cor Main g* 

Shaw Robert, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 241 Lafayette m 

Shawser William, elk, h 66 W. Jefferson §^ 

Shay Bartholomew, lab, h s s Walnut, 2 w Fairfield av. § 

Shea Mary, wid Patrick, h 191 Ewing o 



Sheafer William G., carpenter, h 18l"W. Wayne -'' m 

Shealer J., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Shean Elizabeth, wid John, h n w cor Bluffton Plank Road and T. W. f^ 



Sheche Frank, lime burner, h s w cor Calhoun and E. Water § 

Sheeler Andrew, collarmkr Jacob Schwegel, bds 41 E. Columbia ^ 

Sheeler J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. O 
Sheldon Samuel, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Calhoun P 

and Baker q 

Shele H., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Shell Edward, fireman T. W. & W. Ry. g 
Sheltmeier Christian, shoemkr J. H. Robinson, h 172 W. Jefierson 

Shepf John, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Taylor, 4 w Pine W 

Shepherd Ashbell, speculator, h s e cor N. Cass and First S 

Shepherd F., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. B^ 

Shepherd Louis C, printer Gazette office, bds A. Shepherd §" 

Shepherd Thomas, lab, h 140 E. Jefferson W 

Shepler James P., wks A. J. Read, bds Union House ^ 

Sherbundy Abraham, h 161 West bd 

Sherbundy Abraham, Jr., h 161 West o* 

Sherer Andrew, lab, h 271 E. Washington g- 
Sherer Frederick, carpenter G. Myer, h 271 E. Washington 
Sherer Frederick, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 95 E. Wash- S* 

ington *^- 
Sheridan William, lab, h 4 Montgomery 
Sheriff's Office, Coiu-t House, John McCartney, sheriff 

Sherlock William, carpenter H. Taylor, h 142 Jackson oa 

Sherrard K. Miss, teacher select school, bds 84 W. Berry i^ 

Sherwood David W., railway conductor, h 175 E. Jefferson "^ 
Shidel Charles, barber shop Aveline House, h 49 Douglas av. 



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Shieuman Frederick, carpenter, h s s Melita, 3 w Webster 

Shilling Mary, (ShilHng & Lau,) h cor Washington and Calhoun ^ 

Shillmg & Lau, (Mary Shilling and Susan Lau,) millinery, 4 Phcenix m 

Block, Callioun st. *^ 

Shiman Ferdinand, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co. § 

Shipp John, machinist T. W. & W. Ry. 
Shirner Fred, wks N. G. Olds & Son 
Shoaff A. P., student FORT WAYJ^E COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

Court, cor Main 



"New York Store," 90 Columbia St., ROOT & CO., Jobbers. and 



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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



(D. 
,£4 







HIE SlIORTESl LINE FROM CHICAGO TO 

NEW yORK,PI-ItLA.DBLP[IIA. BAT.,TIMOEE,WASHI]SrG- 
TON, HARRISBURG and PITTSBURGH. 

Also, the direct route te— Boston, Albitiiy. ISiiflalo, Erunkirk, Cleveland, 

Coliiii>biis. Miiciunnti. it liecliiti;.. staytoii, a d all cities 

ard tdwns betwten Cliicapo and tliose points above named. 

Trains leave the West Side Un'on Depot, crner Madis' n and Canal streets, Chicago, on arrival 

of Trains from tlie West, as fellows : 
JVIuilt every morning, except Sundays. KjiSt liilie, every morning, except Sundays. 

Kxpress, every evening. 
THERE IS NO (JHAiNGE OF CARS BETWEEN 



AND BUT ONE 



HANGE BEl'WEWN 



Clilcago. Baltimore, Pltiladelpliia or Kenv York, via AIIentOTrn. 

csassxsiaF 

WOODRUFF'S STATE ROOM SLEEPING CARS are run on all Night trains, and Baggage 

is cliecked through to all Easiern Cities and handled Fiee. 

To secure the Shortest Route, Greatest Comfort, and the SAVING OF TWO HOURS TIME, 

ASK. F«Mt 'It'lCiiKTS VIA '^£^lK FT. WAYNIi ROAD. 



G. W. CASS, Prosident, Pittsburgh, 

J. M. McfUI.LOUGH, Gen'l Sup., Pitt:,burgh. 

JNO. V. HENDERSO.N, Treasurer. 

W. P. S11I.\N, Gen. Freight Agt., Pittsburgh. 

R. C MKLDRUM, Asst. Gen'l Freight Agent. 

JOSEPH H'. MOUKE, Comuierc'l Agt, Chicago. 

Stations. Mi 

CHICAGO, 

S. I!. Bridge, 

Rock Island June, 

Ainsrtorth, ^ 

R bertsdale 

Clark, 

Toliestone, 

LiT^rp' jl, 

Hobat 

WheelW, , 

ValparaisoJ 

Wanatah, 

Morgan, 

llanna, -m^ 

Il.imiet, 

Grover Tnwn, 

Plymouth, ,_, 

In wood, J^'' 

Bourbon, 

Ktna Green, 

Warsaw, 



J, P. BHADY, Freight Agent, Chicago. 
Hon. S. HANNA, \ ice President, Ft. Wavne. 
W. H. BARNES, Comptroller, Pittsbur-h. ' 
F. M. HUTCHINSON, Secretary, Pittsburgh. 
F. R. MYERS, Gen'l Ticket Agt., Pittburgh. 
W. C. CLEtiLANO, Gen. Western Pass. Agt. 



les. 


Stations. 


Miles. 




Kosoiusco, 


115 


2 


Piercetown, 


117 


7 


Huntsville, 


122 


1 2 


Columbia, 


129 


16 


Croesse, 


134 


24 


Areola, 


140 


2(i 


Fort Wayne, 


143 


at) 


Maules, 


l.'iS 


38 ^lonroeville. 


164 


3T^ 


"'Dix.n, 


167 


44 


Convoy, 


172 


U^ 


Van Wert. ' 


Ihl) 


5S 


Middle Point, 


187 


69 


Delph^s, 


193 


69 


Klida, 


201 


72 


Lima, 


207 


83 


LHfavette, 


215 


89 


Johnstown, 


222 


94 


Washington 


228 


98 


Dunkirk,; 


231 


108 


Forest 


238 



Stations. 

Kirl.y 

U. Sandusky,5 

Nevada, 

Uucyrus, 

Robmson, 

Crestline. 

Spring Mill?, 

Mansheld, 

Lucas, 

Per'-ysville, 

Lonilonville, 

Lakeville," 

Shreve, 

Wooster, ,V 

Orville, 

Fairview, 

Lawrence, 

iMaseilon, 

Canton, 

Louisville, 

Strasburgh, 



Miles. 
243 
250 
;25S 
267 
273 
279 
2-.7 
;292 
299 
306 
811 
318 
824 
803 
344 
347 
351 
359 
360 
873 
379 



Stations. 

Alliance, 

Smithfield. 

Damascus, 

Salem, 

F/ackiin, 

Columbiana, 

N. Waterford, 

Palestine, 

Knon, 

New Galilee, 

New Brighton, 

Rochester, 

Remington, 

Enonomy, 

Sewickley, 

Haysville, 

Alleghanv, 

PITTSBURGH, 



Miles. 
885 
390 
893 
898 
402 
408 
414 
418 
423 
428 
489- 
443 
446 
451 
456 
458 
467 
468 



Retailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

FORT WAYNE SIE DIRECTORY. 149 

Shoaff Charles W., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 
LEGE, Court, cor Main, bds 86 E. Berry 
SHOAFF JOHN A,, Keystone Art Gallery, s w cor Columbia and Cal- »-h 

houn, bds Rockliill House § 

Shoaff P., bds Mayer House ^ 

Shoaff Samuel H., manfr and dealer in saddle and harness trimmings CD 

and trunks, 119 Columbia, h 86 E. Berry g- 

Shoaff Thomas B., (McDongal & Co.,) bds 86 E. Berry ^ 

Shoaff Wade C, (Abbott & Shoaff,) h 76 W. Berry gf 

Shock William, shoemkr, h 101 E. Madison . . 

Shoemacher John, lab T. W.& W. Ry., h 77 W. Jefferson g' 

Shoemaker Janles S., entry clerk Huestis & Hamilton, bds 34 W. Wash- 2 

ington CD 

Shoenbin Albert, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w' cor W. Main and ^ 

Cass a 

Shopman W., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Shordon Catharine, millinery 17 Clinton, h same ^ 

Shordon Sophia, milliner Catharine Shordon, bds same tS 

Shorey George W., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 95 E. Jefferson o 

Shrader Henry, lab, h 100 Francis ^ 

Shriper Peter F., shoemkr, h Hoffman Addition, 4 w Lima rd P 

Shrum John, foreman laborers Bass & Hanna 

Shryock Samuel, h e s N. Cass, 3 s First gj 

Shuaster Christian, cabinetmkr W. -A. Frey, h cor Berry and Har- ca 

rison S^ 

Shuler John, lab, h 214 E. Jefferson W 

Shuler M., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Shultz Hermann, elk W. Wente, bds same 2. 

Shumacher Henry, tinsmith A. D. Brandriff & Co., bds n w cor Lewis g" 

and Clay ts. 

Slmmaker William, janitor, h 189 E. Lewis ^ 

Shuman Erastus,clk John M. Miller, bds 86 E. Main W 

Shunk A., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Shunk Allen, machinist, h 205 E. Jefferson ^ 

Shurick Frank S., telegraph, operator P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Rev. ^ 

Wm. Ruthiauff fo 

Shurick John S., ins agt, office, 26 Post Office BId'g, bds Rev. Wm. 5^ 

Ruthrauff g 

Shynian Christ, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 33 Madison » 

Sianes Amos, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., li s w cor Williams and Harri- CO 

son • .. - 

Sibray Nathan, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., h 224 W. Wayne 2* 

Sickner Nicholas, carpenter, h 30 S. Calhoun , ^ 

Sidle Isaac, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h e s Garden, Is '-.Washington 
Siebold Christ, painter N". G. Olds & Son - 



Siebold Christopher, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Son" v^ 

Siehler Christian, with Meyer T3rothers & Co. ^^ g 

Siemon August F., (Siemon Bro. & Co.,) h 25 Madison 
Siemon Rudolph, (Siemon Bry. & Co.,) bds 100 E. Jsfferson 

SIEMON BRO. &C0., 

(August F. and Rudolph Siemon and Christian Tresselt,) book- 
sellers and stationers, 77 E. Columbia. {See card jp. IIL) 

I 



Remember Biddle & Hoagland's is the Cheap Drug Store. 

150 FOliT WAYNE SMA DIRECTORY. 

Sievers Ferdinand, elk Hugli Klix, bds 96 E. Columbia 

Sifert S., bds Mayer House 

Sillier William, president Concordia College, pastor German Lutheran 

05 Clinrcli, h w s Barr, 2 s Jefferson 

6 Silkworth John, brakeman F. Ft. W. & C. Rj., h Y4 Barr 
cJ Silver Joseph M., builder, h 178 Griffith 

^ Silvis William, carpenter, li SI W. Water 

^ Sim Amos, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

Ph Simcox Abram, shoemkr, h 160 E. Main 

- Simmons William, lather, bds Union House 
OQ Simona Charles, (Simona & Mills,) h 80 Barr 

pj SIMONA & MILLS, (Charles Simona and Andrew Mills,) saloon, 80 
g Barr 

xi Simonet Peter, lab, hue cor E. Lewis and Francis 
73 Simons A., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ey 
^ Simons G., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ey 

j^ Simons Oscar A., roadmaster P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., office Clinton st, n of 
g depot, bds Eailroad Dining Hall 

g Simons Paul, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h 82 Jefferson 

Simonson James H., elk freight office P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h 8 e cor 



Lewis and Clay 



o Simpson George W., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., bds s e cor Lewis 
r^ and Barr 

fi Sinclair John, blksmith, bds 127 Yan Buren 



w_ SINCLAIR SAMUEL E., 



2 lawyer, office JSo. 5 E. Main, h 207 W. Jefferson {See card JSusi- 

^ ness Register.) 

O Sinclair Thomas, machinist T. W. & W. Ey., h 127 Yan Buren 

r Sinirleton John, lab, h s s Baker, 2 e Webster 
O Singleton P., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ey 

O Singmaster Joseph, machinist P. Ft. W. tfe C. Ey., h 132 Jackson 
g Sin key Edward, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h s w cor Pritchard and West 
ed Sithens Stephen, millwright, h 99 W. Water 
S Slate Asher W., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h 202 Lafayette 
"^ Slater IL, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ey 

Slater John, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h s w cor Williams and 
Harrison 

Slater Omar, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h n s Chicago, 5 e Webster 
S SLEEK GEOEGE A., propr Sleek's Hotel, 39 E. Water 
M Sleek's Hotel, George A. Sleek, propr. 39 E. Water 

Sloane Eichard E., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., h 169 S. Lafayette 

Slocum Edward, (Slocum & Stell wagon,) h 238 E. Lewis 
fl Slocum John, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., bds 18 S. Calhoun 
^ Slocum & Stellwagon, (Edward Slocum and Joseph A. Stellwagon,) 
^ grocers, 96 Barr 

CO Small Gottleib, lab, h 136 Broadway 

»S Smalley Charles, machinist T. W. & W. Ey., h s s Jefferson, 3 n of 
Garden 

Smallhouse Frederick, 72 Douglas av 

Smart James H., supt Public Schools, office High School, cor Jefferson 
and Griffith, bds Eockhill House 



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Get your Paints, Oils and Dye Stufs at Biddle &.Hoagland's 

FORT WAYNE SMI DIRECTORY. 151 



Smart S. F., teacher, East End School 

Smear Louis, shoemkr P. Woulfe 

Smeed Albert, teamster Clark & Rhinesmith g* 

Smick John H., bookkpr S. S. Smick, bds Iledekin House cq 

Smick S. S., dealer in agricultural implements, 45 and 47 Columbia, res ^ 

Canton, Ohio, bds Hedekiu House ® 

Smidley Casper, elk S. Raab p* 

Smiley James M,, carpenter J. S. Pierce ^^ 

Smith A., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Rj., bds 16 S. Calhoun g* 

Smith Anthony, lab, h w s Hood, 3 s Pritchard ^^ 

Smith Beverly, h s s Calhoun, nr S. city limits pa 

SMITH CALYIN L., agt U. S. and Am. Ex. Co., ofKce Harrison, opp g 

.Columbia, h w s Yan Buren, bet Washington and Wayne CD 

Smith Casper A., fireman T. W. & W. Ry., h 80 W. Jefierson *^ 

Smith Charles, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Grand and p* 

Kansas. S 

Smith Charles carpenter T. W. & W. Ry ^ 
SMITH CORNELIUS S., physician and surgeon, 38 Douglas avenue, p 

h same 2 

Smith Daniel, wks J. Edmonds, bds same ^i^ 

Smith Eugene B., printer bds 126 W. Jeiferson p 

Smith Frederick, shoemkr, h s s Wall, 6 w Bluffton Plank Road "^ 

Smith George O., stonemason, h n w cor Jones and Gay 2 

Smith Gustavus A., taxidermist, 45 E. Main, h same ^ 
Smith H. P., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL-O 

LEGE, Court, cor Main. *j-^ 

Smith Harris E., bookkpr State Ins. Co., bds Hamilton House P 

Smith J., moulder Bass & Hanna, h 98 Wilt p. 
SMITH J. McNUTT, Deputy Postmaster of Fort Wayne, h s s ?♦ ^ 

Douglas av, bet Harrison and Webster p' 

Smith Jacob, (Stump & Smith,) bds. 87 Harrison ooT 

Smith Jacob, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 241 W. Washington. W 
Smith James, machinist Bass & Hanna, bds J. B. McDonald. 



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Smith James, machinist Murray & Bennigin, h w s Fairfield av, 3 s 2* 

Taylor. - 

Smith Jane, wid. John, h 186 W. Main O 

Smith John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Lafayette, 2 n Charles g; 

Smith John W., tailor, E. Bostick, h E. Jefierson o 

SMITH LORIN, news depot, periodicals, stationery, fruits and con- g 

fectionery. Post Office, h 43 W. Berry -^ 

Smith Louisa, dressmkr, n w cor Main and Harrison r* 

Smith Oren, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Hedekin House. Hj 

Smith Peter C, carpenter, h s e cor Jefferson and Van Buren o 

Smith Samuel R., blacksmith P. Ft, W. & C. Ry., h e s Lafayette, 5 s ci- 

Lasalle ^ 

Smith Septimus, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds. 16 S. Calhoun p 
Smith Stephen J., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Baker *^ 

and Harrison CD 

Smith T. C, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
Smith Thomas, painter, h 125 E. Lewis 
Smith William B., bds Rockhill House 
Smith William G., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Butler, 3 w 

Hoaglaud av. 



ROOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a large stock of Cloaklngs, Cloths, 

152 FORT WAYNE SPE DIRECTORY. 



Smith William S., lawyer, office n w cor Main and Calhoun, h 126 N. 

Jefferson • 

Smitly Casper, bartender, h 122 E. Berry 

- Smitzer Michael F., elk J. G. Thieme & Bro., h 234 W. Washington 
§ Smyle James M., pimipmkr, hds e s Griffith, 1 s Jefferson. 
>»Smyser Michael, Jr., grocer, s w cor Barr and Wayne, bds w s Barr, 4 
ȣ s W. Wayne 

*^ Smyser Peter, elk Fort Wayne Fruit House, bds. S. Bash 
"S Snider, Evan, dentist, office 98 Columbia, h 57 Garden 
,£ Snider C, lireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ey. 

^Snively Henry J., carpenter, s s Wayne bet Clinton and Barr, h 137 
♦^ Lafayette 

^ Snodgrass Andrew, bds s e cor Jefferson and Jackson 
§ Snodgrass John, nursery agent, h 206 E. Washington 
2 Snodgrass S., tinner P.'Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

^ Snook Joseph, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 
O LEGE, Court, cor Main 

^rSnow F., tireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
o Snyder Clark, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Calhoun, 2 s of Wal- 

^ Snyder D., lireman P. Ft. W & C. Ry., bds Mrs. Mary Treep. 
•^ Snyder R. Mrs., boarding, 16 S. Calhoun 

o Snyder Richard, h 16 S. Calhoun 
riS Sohns Charles, vinegarnikr, bds C. Rau 

S Solomon Amelia, wid Joseph, h 118 W. Wayne 
ijj Solomon Charles, wks M. A. Hamilton, bds same 
^Somers John, mason, h n s Hamilton, bet 'Calhoun and Lafayette 

o Sonmier Charles, operator Saunders' photographic gallery, h 111 W. 
. Efi Water 

^ Sommer Fritz, lab, h n s Douglas, 7 w Lima road 

o Sommers John, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Baker, 2 e Har- 
^ risen 

o Somoners M., fireman and engineer Bass & Hanna, h Foundr}^ add. 

^ Soper Herbert, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h e s Webster, opp. Colerick 

fa Soran F., moulder, Bass & Haima 

w Sormett P., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

iS Soule E. M., carpenter, h ss Wallace, bet Hanna and Monroe 

t-* Soutliern James, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w 8 Webster, 2 s 

55 Dawson 

O Southern Ralph, bds Mrs. W. Beattie 
QQ Sovan Abraham, lab, bds 186 W. Main 

<jj Sovan Frederick, moulder, h e s Cass, 1 n High 
■^ Sovan Samuel, blacksmith, bds 186 W. Main 

pj Sowers Samuel, bds n s W. Jefferson, 1 e Union 
•^ Sowner Matthias, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry.. h e s Force, 4 8 Jones 

2 Sparks F., (F. Sparks & Co,,) bds Hamilton' House 

g Sparks F. & Co., (F. Sparks and ,) boots and shoes, wholesale 60 

ca Calhoun 

Sparrow Charles, moulder Bass & FLanna, bds Mrs M. J. Aikin 

Span 1 ding William H. H., moulder Basa & Hanna's foundry, bds Ray 

Renfrew 
Speagle B., blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 



I 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

FOET "WAYNE ST A DIRECTORY. - 153 

Speal August, h n s Wall Y w Blnffton rd 

Spearing Henry, Hreman P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., bds w s Barr 4 s Wayne 
Spearisen Joseph, h n s Taylor 5 \v Pine ' p* 

Spece Franklin, lime burner Lillie & Brothers g 

Specking Mathias, trunkmkr, bds n s Lafayette 2 n of Jefferson »-* 

Speigle August, tailor JMirdiinger & Oppenheimer ^ 

Speigle Gustav, shoemkr H. W. Marsh, h s s Jefferson 3 w of College C3 
Speiser William, tanner, bds C. Kau ' g, 

Spence Jane, wid John, h 209 W. Jefferson CD 

Spencer Martin Y. B., (Spencer & Zollars,) h 142 Wayne ^ 

SPENCER & ZOLLARS, (Martin Spencer, Allen Zollars,) attorneys at g 

law Calhoun opp Keystone block § 

Spenley Louis, machinist, h s s Creighton e of Lafayette J^ 

Sperisen Jacob A., wks John Baker, h w s Lafayette bet Main and Co- ,^ 

lumbia P 

Spiegel Ernest G., grocer s e cor Broadway and Lavinia, h same ^ 

Spielman Peter, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Blooniingdale pa 

Spiker Philip, carpenter Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h 63 Harrison g 
Spindry Louis, machinist Murray & Bennigin CD 

Spitler John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry O 

Spitler John F..M., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Jackson P 

and R. R q 

Spittle Harmon, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 266 E. Jefferson gj 

Sprain A., moulder Bass & Hanna g 

Sprandel Mary, saleswoman C. L, Hill, h w s Wayne bet Barr and Clin-^ 

ton !X 

Sprandle William, elk Aveline House, bds same £ 

Spraue Augustus, moulder Bass & Hanna, bds Ray Renfrew 2. 

Spraw Edward B., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s e cor LaSalle and §* . 

Lafayette P^ 

Spring Samuel, shoemkr, h 261 E. Washington '^ 

Springfield Fire and Marine Ins. Co. of Springfield, G. W. Babcock, W 

agt, office Hamilton's old Bank bldg, Clinton st g 

Sprinkle J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Pliillips House, psT 

Sprinkle Jacob, harnessmkr L. Traub, bds Phillips House "1^ 

Stableford William, elk Main st Exchange ps 

Stader Joseph, saloonkpr, h 21 E. Water {=r 

Stafford Cyrus W., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s b Duryea 2 w g 

Hoagland av ^ 

Stager G., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry CO- 

Stahl C, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry - 

Stahlhutt Fred, teamster M. Baltes *^ 

Stahlman Gottlieb, wks C. Schmidt & Co., bds n w cor Pearl and Ewing § 
Stahr Herman, wks C. Schmidt & Co., bds C. Schmidt, Jr ^ 

Stahr Julius, tanner, bds C. Rau . ^ 

Stain J., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry ^ 

Stakmeir Jacob, carpenter, h s s Lavinia 2 e Broadway E3 

Stanaker F., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry P 

Stanley Chauncy, (Stanley, Bieber & Co.,) h 222 W. Main 
Stanley John, bds 39 E. Water 
Stanley Thomas J., (Stanley, Bieber & Co.,) bds 222 W. Main 



^ 



Fancy Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet Articles at 

154 F6RT WAYNE STE DIRECTOBT. 

STANLEY, BIEBER & CO., 

(C. Stanley, M. Bieber, Thomas J. Stanley,) carriage builders n 8 
§ W. Main nr Griffith. {See card p. XI.) 

>^Stapleford Francis A., elk, h s w cor Washington and Lafayette 
^ Stapleford L. Nelson, checkman frt depot P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 151 

W. Washington 

^ Stapleford Lucien P., auction and commission, dry goods, notions and 
o fancy goods, s e cor Calhoun and Columbia, h 85 Barr 

^Stapleford N. E., wid William R, boarding hlOO E. Washington 
♦i' Stapleford Susan, wid Edward, h 85 Barr 

^ Staring Andrew, bartender Aveline House saloon, bds w s Barr 4 s 
§ Wayne 

o Stark Erasmus, boilermkr Bass & Hanna, h 289 W. Jefferpon 
^ Stark Frederick, blksmith P. Ft. W. & 0. By., h s s High 3 w of Lima 
O road . 

^ Stark Henry, elk Mayer & Graffe, bds Graffe 
•3 Starkey Lowell, bds 102 E. Main 
o Starkey Orlando L., (Starkey & Rupert,) h 102 E. Main 

'S STARKEY & RUPERT, 

"ea (Orlando L. Starkey and Ira Rupert,) paints, oils and glass, and 

2 painters' window shades, &c., w s Calhoun, 3 n Berry. {See card.) 

^ Starlhood Frederick, teamster, h 167 Ewing 

^ State Insurance Co., of Fort Wayne, Ind., J. S. Worden, pres, G. W. 
J33 Babcock, gen'l agt, S. Lumbard, sec, office, Hamilton's Old Bank 

^ Bld'g, Clinton St. 

o Staudasher George, lab T. W. & W. Ry. h s s Wilt, 1 w Jackson 
EB Stauger H., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
C> Staunton J., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

^ Stealtz Israel, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s e cor Calhoun and 
O Washington 

o Steaphav Philip, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Hood, 3 n Rail- 
§ road 

g Steater L., lab P. Ft. & C. W. Ry. 

S Stedman A. S., student. FORT WAYKE COMMERCIAL COL- 
LEGE, Court, cor Main 

Steele James M., grocer, h w s McClellan, 4 s Lewis 

Steer Henry, checkman freight depot P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s La- 
g fayette, 2 n Washington 

cj Steffer George, wks O. D. Ilurd 

M Stegher Rudolph, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s e cor Force and Jones 
o Steigerwald John A., carpenter, h 63 Madison 
5 Stein Charles, restaurant 25 Court, h 60 Clinton 
j^ Stein Edward H., wks Stanley, Bieber Sz Co., bds 121 Broadway 
*^ Stein Frederick W., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 123 Broadway 
^ Stein Frederick W., school teacher, h 121 Broadway 
CO Stein Gustav, express, h w s Jackson, 2 n Wilt 
,2 Stein Herman J., blacksmith, bds 121 Broadway 

Stein John, lab, h Maumee rd 

Stein Peter, shoemkr e s Calhoun, 6 n WashingtoD, h city limits rd. 

Steinan Bernhardt, shoemkr, bds 25 W. Wayne 

Steiner August, blksmith, h 82 Montgomery 



09 

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BUSINESS CARDS. 



STARKEY & RUPERT, 

iiOL.E8AL.E ANi>liETAIL 



IDE7?s.I-,EK.S IIT 




Ps 9b ib 11 Ps w WB Wm 



LASS, PUTTY, &C. 



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Affl- 



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PAINTING 

GRAINING, PAPER-HANGING, &c. 



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ALWAYS OH HAND FOR 

NO. 26 1-a CAI.HOUN SrRKP^'J', 



BUSINESS CARDS 



D. TV. JONES, 



CHAS. A. JONES. 



.w.s; 



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Plain & Ornamental 







CALHOUN ST., BET. MAIN &i COLUMBIA, 

(Rear Keystone Block,) 

Also, Stationers and Book Binders. 



We make a speciality of the finer kinds of work, such as | 

Checks, Check-Books, County & Business 

Blanks, Cards, Circulars, Bill-Heads, 

Bills of Lading, Shipping Bills, 

Letter Heads, &c., &c. 

Work done in the neatest style, and at lowest prices. 



METER BBOTHEES & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FOKT WAYNE STI DIKECTOBY. 155 

Steinman Adam, wagonmkr, 11 E. Water, h s e cor N. Cass and 

Second 
Steinman Jabob, carpenter, li 220 Lafayette 

Steinraetz John, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry.,hl4:0 E. Jefferson 

Steipe Louis, elk W. E. Sturgis g* 

Stelhorn Charles, lab, h 96 E. Madison co 

Stellhorn Charles, shoemkr J. H. Robinson, h 12Y W. "Water N ^ 

Stellhorn Henry, baker C. Haifuer & Co., bds same ^ 

Stellhorn Henry, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 22 Madison B' 
Steilwao;on Joseph A., f jreman tin shop P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 49 E. ^ 

Jefferson a> 
Stellwagon Joseph A., (Slocum & Stellwagon,) h Jefferson, bet Barr \ji 

and Clinton g 

Stelts J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. § 

Steltz [., fireman P. Ft. W; & C. Ry. ^ 

Stemmler Philip, tailor Woodward & Young i-i 

Stenke E., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g 

Stenner Fred W., h 57 W. Berry g 

Stephens Henry, lab, h 107 E. Madison g 

Stephens Julius, wks Beck's Brewery, h Bloomingdale o 

Stephens Sol., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds w 8 Barr, 4 8® 

Wayne q 

Sterling John, with W. G. Gronauer, h 88 W. Wayne *= 

Stern Isaac, elk Simon Fryburger, bds same 2. 

Steuder Bernard, carpenter, h E. Lewis, nr Walnut g* 

Steup Henry, grain buyer, h 100 W. Jefferson CD 
Stevens George E., elk engineer's office P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 117 E. tH 

ayne g 
STEVENS GILBERT L., oculist and aurist, 15 E. Jefferson, h same g 

Stevens H., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. g" 

Stevens Rufus L., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 117 E. Wayne » 

Si evens Samuel, carriagemkr, h 17 Clay "^ 

Stevens Thomas, carriage manfr, e end E. Main, h 155 E. Berry W 

Stevens William, painter Thomas Stevens, l/ds 17 Clay g 

Stewart Alexander, machinist, bds 128 Broadway ^ 

Stewart Alexander, saw mill, bds Main Street Exchange ^ 

Stewart Charles, blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h Grant, nr Gay ^ 

Stewart Charles J., policeman, h 27 Hood g* 

Stewart Elsie Miss, teacher East End School g 

Stewart J., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Stewart John, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds James Castle ^ 
Stewart William, justice of the peace, office Stewart's bldg, opp Court -j^,^ 

House, h same o 
Stewart William, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h e s Calhoun, 3 s Wal- 3- 

lace <J 

Stick Jacob, bds Mayer House. ^ 

Stein Jacob, moulder, Bass & Hanna '^ 

Stein James, moulder Bass & Hanna q 
Stier Edward, machinist, wks Murray & Bennigin 
Stier John, stone dealer, h 180 E. Washington 
Stiers George J., salesman H. H. Culbertson, bds 146 Lafayette 
Stinchcomb George F., (George F. Stinclicomb & Co.,) h 46 E. Jeffer- 
son. 



Drugs, Medicines and Dye Stufis at 

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_ STINOHCOMB GEORGE F. & CO., 

g (George Stiiiclicomb and Charles M. Barton,) Ins, real estate and 

^ eollecring agents and notary public, Aveline Block, Yl Calhoun 

>,Stine A., blk.mith P. Ft, W. & C. Ry 
3 Stiue Daniel, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Harrison, 1 N. Daw- 



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[ Stipe Lewis, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
Court, cor Main 
Stirling John T. bookkpr Cochrane, Humphrey & Co., h s w cor Sturgis 

and Fulton 
Stites John, carpenter, h w s Webster, 2 s Washington 
Stock George, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Spy Run Road, n of the bridge 
Stock George, wks French, Hanna & Co. 
Ph Stockbridge Joseph W., salesman N. P. Stockbridge, bds same 
g STOCKBRIDGE NATHANIEL P., books and stationery, music and 
^ musical instruments, clothing, hats, caps, trunks and furnishing 

CaeS goods, 94 Columbia, h 219 W. Wayne 

W Stocking Henry, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h s e cor Taylor and Oakley 
^ Stockman Charles, cooj^er, bds 236 W. Main 

- Stockman Edward D., blacksmith, s s W. Main, 1 w Harrison, h 236 W. 
K Main 

hJ Stockwell F. Marion, elk W. G. Gronauer, bds Mayer House 
M Stokes Johanna, dressmkr, bds Frank Duell 

g Stokes John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Baker, 3 e McClellan 
S Stoll Coni'ad, lab, h s s High, w Van Buren 
^ Stoll Fred, wks N. G. Olds & Son 

c^ Stoll Henry, teamster, h s s Douglas, bet Lima Road and Cass 

<D Stonager Frederick, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Fair Held av, cor 
^ Locust 

CQ Stone William E., engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h 67 Douglas av 

^ Stoneburner Robert, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Rj., h 142 Jackson 
^ Stonedecker George, lab T. W. & W. Ry 

g Stoner John Jr., (Stoner & Wigent,) h Stoner's Mill, country 
PQ STONER & WIGENT, (John Stoner and John C. Wigent,) bakery 

bo and groceries, w s Harrison, 3 s U. S. Express office 

.S Stophlet Frank C, tinner Ash & McCulloch, h w s Bluffton Plank 

jg Road, 3 s Nirdlinger av 

^ Stork William, watchman N. G. Olds & Son 

o Storm Joseph, salesman Morgan & Beach, bds 185 Ewing 

§) Story Henry, bds 16 W. Water 

cj Story James, (Story & Clark,) h 16 Water 

4-f SrORY & CLARK, (James Story and Orrin M. Clark,) mnfrs linseed 

§) oil, s s Canal, 1 w Calhoun 

QQ S;orr William F., coppersmith T. W. & W. Ry 

^Strass Emanuel, bds s s Washington, 1 e Harrison 

> Strasser Joseph, wine cellar. No. 4, Keystone Block, h Bloomingdale 
"-^ Strasser R., machinist Bass & Hanna, h Hough Addition 
Strathaus Henry, plasterer, h n e cor Williams and Hoagland 

cd Straughan Jesse R., h 91 E. Berry 

^ Strausberg Christopher, shoemkr H, W. Marsh, h 125 Wilt 

§ Straw Elizabeth, wid James, h 41 E. Water 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO- 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE STU DJKKOTOliY. 157 

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Strickland Allanson R, (Fox & Strickland,) h Summit City Hotel ^ 
Stricter Ch'isticm, teacher Evangelical Lutheran School, bds 33 Madison ^ 

Striker Got' lei b, carpenter, h 267 W. Washington CD 

Stritmatter Charles, teamster, h Summit, nr Walnut c* 

STIiODEL GEORGE, saloon, 76 Callioun, h same g 

Strodel John, cik Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., bds 76 Calhonn m 

Strodel Mathias, saloon and bologna sausage mnfr, 12 E. Berry ^ 

Strong Edwin li., elk Aveline House, bds same a 

Strong George C, carpenter, h s e cor Lewis and Barr CD 

Strong Plenry, shoemkr, h w s Calhoun, 9 s Jelterson ^ 

Strong J(^hn, carpenter, h 273 W. Jefferson o 

Strong Melvin H., engineer T. W. & W. Ry. bds H. Kingsley ^ 

STRONG MELZAR B., § 

grocer s w cor Broadway and Jefferson, h 219 W. Jefferson. {See <» 

card Business liegister.) ^ 

Strong Z., boarding-house, w s Calhoun, 2 s Baker O- 

Strope Dennis B., chief engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 18 S. Cal- CQ 

houn ^ 



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C. Ry., bds 17 Montgomery 

Stroiit R., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 



Strope Ezra H., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 17 Montgomery g 



Stront Rebecca, wid, h 224 Lafayette €-«• 

STRUBEY CHARLES, professor of music, h 81 Jefferson g 

Strunz Chi'istian, grocer 22 W. Main, h same J^ 

Struwer William, (William Struwer & Co.,) h 166 W. Jefferson g 

Struwer William & Co., (William Struwer, John Butler, Uriah Welch,) ^ 

potash manufacturers, e s Ewing, n s of the Canal ^ 

Stubnaczy Wolfgang S., asst pastor German Lutheran Church, h w s^ 

Barr, 2 s Jefferson rn 

Stuck Daniel, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 200 W. Main O 

Stuck Levi A., moulder Bass & Hanna, h w s Force, 2 s Jones ^ 

Studabaker John, Vice Pres. Merchants' National Bauk, h Bluffton, ^ 

Indiana t^ 

Studer Jerome J., salesman Biddle & Hoagland td 

StuU Arthur, li reman T. W. & W. Ry. ^ 

Stump Christian, cabinetmkr, wks John M. Miller f5p 

Stumpp Louis, (Stumpp & Smith,) h s s Wall, 5 w Bluffton rd ^ 

Stumpp & Smith, (Louis Stumpp, Jacob Smith,) saloon 28 W. Main C3 
Sturges Charles E., (Sturges & Myer,) h 249 W. Main M 

Sturges Louis T., elk W. E. Sturges, bds 249 W. Main m 

STURGES WILLIAM E., -° 

drugsist 1 Aveline House blk,bd8 Aveline House. [See card j). XIIL) ^ 
Sturges & Myer, (Charles E. Sturges, William H. Myer,) physicians CD 

and surgeons, s w cor Calhoun and Main ^ 

Sturzenberger Anton, saloon and boarding house, w s Lafayette, 2 s g" 

Columbia g 

Sturzenberger Frank, hostler Phillips House 
Sturzenberger John W., salesman Vigdor Jacobson, bds cor Columbia ^ 

Lafayette . o 

Sturzenberger Michael, elk T. B. Hedekin, bds same 5^ 

Stuter Louis, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Rv., h s a Wilt, 2 w Jackson 



Try Biddle & Hoagland's Royal Baking Powder. 

158 FORT WAYNE SWI DIRECTORY. 

Stypes Henry, salesman Peter Kiser 

Suedhoff Henry, salesman H. R. Schwegman, bds same 
fl5 Suerwine August, lab, h e s Yan Biiren 2 n High 
g^Suerwine Herman, whitewaslier, h s s Yan Buren, 1 n High 
5* Sullivan Conrad, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Taylor, 6 e Oakley 
^ Sullivan Dennis F., electric physician, h 103 Lafayette 
^ Sullivan Thomas, salesman Joseph Clark 
^ Summer Henry, machinist J. C. Bowser & Co. 
Pm Summers James, saloon n w cor Calhoun and Baker, h same 
^Summers Joseph, millwright, h 59 W. Jefferson 

W Summerville John, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 
fl LEGE, Court, cor Main 

o Summit City Brewery, George Hornung, propr, 85, 87, 89 Harrison 
;S Summit City Hotel, Fox & Strickland, proprs, Calhoun, cor R. R. 
^ Summit City Machine Works, Murray & Bennigin, proprs, e s Calhoun, 

_^ s R. R. depot 
-isf Summit City Masonic Lodge, Stewart's bldg, Calhoun, opp Court House 
o Summit City Woolen Mills, French, Hanna & Co., proprs, s 8 Water, 
p3 bet Barr and Lafayette 

^ Suren J., carpenter P.' Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

•Ja Sutter Jacob, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Hedekin House 
2 Suttermeister Arnold, (J. Humphrey & Co.,) h 215 W. Jefferson 
^ Sutton John, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Bass, 2 e Prince 
§ Swager John, carpenter G. Myer, bds same 
pg Swain George, wks J. Swain, bds same 

g SWAIN JACKSON, 

5g livery, sale and feed stable, s s Berry, 1 w Calhoun, h 62 W. Main. 

O (^See card p. XI Y.) 

^Swann Lawrence J., elk, bds w s Calhoun, "3 n Lewis 
O Swartz E., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
g Swartz G., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
pj Swartz John A., farmer, w s Calhoun, nr Butler 
g Swartz M., patternmkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

g Swartz Minehart, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 168 Broadway 
rt Swartz WiUiam, carpenter W. Logg 

"^ Swayne Samuel F., with Ninde, Taylor & Robertson, h n w cor Rock- 
53 hill and Berry 

g Swear Lewis, harnessmkr S. Shoaff, bds same 

rt Swearengen George, salesman Huestis & Hamilton, h 151 W. Wayne 
W Sweeney A., wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co. 
® Sweeney James, mason, bds P. Phillips 
-B Sweet Kay C, fireman T. W. & W. Ry. 
.g Sweet Samuel B., elk frt dept T. W. & W. Ry. 
"^ Sweetser Madison, h 113 W. Main 

t~t Sweney James L., (J. L. Sweeney & Co.,) h n s Baker, 4 e Harrison 
^ Sweney J. L. & Co., (James L. Sweney and Joseph Rauner,) painters, 
Jg grainers, glaziers and paper hangers, Pearl, rear Keystone Block 

Swerdfeger Frank, shoemkr E. Yordermark, h Bloomingdale 

Swier William, boilermkr, h 188 E. Jefferson 

Swigart Lafayette, salesman Filson & Hance, h 87 Montgomery 

Swimley Andrew D., wks O. D. Hurd 



Biddle & Hoagland's Baking Powder is sold everywhere, 

FOKT WAYNE TEI DIRECTORY. 159 

Swiinley George W., teacher, bds s w cor Washington and Lafayette ^^ 
Swineford Oscar, painter, J. L. Sweeney & Co., bds Mrs. Stapleford ta 
Swinney Thomas W., h w s Garden, foot of W. Jefferson ^ 

Swinney William P., bds Thomas W. Swinney, w s Garden, foot of ^ 
W. Jefferson. ^. 

Swygert Samuel O,, pumpmkr, bds 166 Broadway t^ 

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TAGHMIRE F., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ' g 

Tagmeer David, grocer, h 164 Ewing "^ 

Tagmeyer Ernest, machinist, h s s Holman, 2 e McClellan g* 

Tagmyer William, machinist Murray & Bennigin w 

Tagtmeyer William, (Henry Kaiser & Co.,) h 109 W. Wilt ^ 

Tait Margaret, wid William, bds 162 Ewing ^ 






Takenieyer Frederick, shoemkr, h 109 Wilt 

Takemeyer Frederick, wks sash factory, h 34: Wilt 

Talbott Lizzie, dressmkr, bds 186 W. Main o 

Tara Silas, Jr., elk Roadmaster's office P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. B 

TannehiU L. A., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL-'g 

LEGE, Court, cor Main. » 

Tannery Robert, h s s Lewis, 3 e Lafayette - 

Tansey Mike, lab, h n s Melita, 2 w Webster O 

Tarmon Henry, carpenter, h w s Broadway, 1 n Jefferson 93 

Tatem Allen, cabinetmkr, bds 39 E. Water a> 

Tatem Robert G., candymkr Huestis & Hamilton puj 

Taylor Charles F., ladies' and gents' furnishing goods, 3 Aveline Bl'k, pa 

bds 34 W. Water g. 

Taylor Henry, elk L. Frizzell, bds 76 Barr 55" 

Taylor Henry C, wks John Taylor, bds same § 

Taylor Isaac N., student, bds e s Fairfield av and city limits za 

Taylor John, soap and candle mnfr, h 240 E. Washington W 

Taylor Margaretta, wid Isaac N., h e s Fairfield av and city limits o* 

Taylor R. Stewart, (Ninde, Taylor & Robinson,) h e s Fairfield av, s g- 

city limits 
Taylor Royal W., grain and provision dealer, n s Pearl, bet Harrison 

and Cass, h 77 W. Wayne 
TAYLOR WILLIAM J., local editor Gazette, h e s Fairfield av, s city 

limits 



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TAYLOR WILLIAM M., 

livery stable, e s Calhoun, 1 s Mayer House, bds Mayer House. 

{See card XIII.) 
Taymeier David. (Wiebeke & Taymeier,) h 164 Ewing 
Tecater F., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Teckenbrock Frederick, machinist, h 176 E. Wayne - *< 

Teges William, lab, h 143 E. Lewis P 

Tegmeyer William, machinist, h 94 W, Water 
Tegtmeyer A., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. , 

Tegtmyer Deidrich, (Trier & Tegtmyer,) ^C 

Teirnan Thomas, lab, h 75 Madison ; 



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"Housekeeping," "Dry Goods," ROOT &C0., offer the Best Quality of 

IGO FORT WAYNE TIN" DIRECTORY. 



Telegraph Office T. W. & W. Ry., John Duret, operator 
Telley John, tireman P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., bds Continental Hotel 
<l5 Teney B., wks spoke factory, bds National Hotel 
g^Teney Michael, wks spoke factory, bds National Hotel 
S" Terry George H., moulder Bass & Ilanna, h s w cor Lewis and Monroe 
^ THACKER WILLIAM IL, physician and surgeon, office s w cor 
^ Calhoun and Berry, h 127 W. Wayne 

g Thain John, mason, h s w corner N. Harrison and First 
&H Tiieile R., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
_J Theime Frederick, tailor, h 218 W. Berry 
C/2 Theime Godfrey, tailor, h 184 Griffith 

e^ THIELMANN GEORGE O., attorney at law, office 17 E. Main, bds 
g Caspar Ran 

S TIIIEM ANDREW, grocer, 134- Broadway, h same 
73 Tiiieme Gottlieb, tailor, h 51 E. Wayne 
^ Thieme John F., (J. G. Thieme & Bro.,) h 118 W. Berry 
^ Thieme John G^ (J. G. Thieme & Bro.,) h 51 E. Wayne 
« Thieme J. G. & Bro., (John G. and John F. Thieme,) clothiers and 
^ merchant tailors, 71 E. Columbia. 

THIEME & BRO'S. BUILDING, n e cor Columbia and Clinton 
•§ Thiemann William, wks C. Schmidt & Co., h 85 W. Jefferson 
o Thierry Tillie Miss, milliner Madam Saxton, bds same 
n^ Tliila Dietrich, h n s Jefferson, 2 W. Broadway 
S Tiiomas Calvin L., compositor Gazette office, bds Kate ITouseworth 
fS Tiiomas Martin, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 236 E. Jefferson 
*^ Thomas O. T., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
o Court, cor Main, printer Gazette office, bds Mary Treep 

JS Thompson Barbara, wid James, h s s Montgomery, 2 w Lafayette 
^ Thompson Byron S., farmer, h w s Bluffton plank road, a Henry 

=* Thompson Ciiarles, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds w s Barr, 4r s 
O Wayne 

o Thompson F., moulder Bass & Hanna 



Thhmpson J., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ky. 



id Thompson J., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

^ Thompson J., lab Bass & Hanna 
2 Thompson John, lab, bds n s Wilt, 2 w College 

•— ' Thompson Rebecca, wid James, h s w cor Wilt and College 
ft Thormann Charles, shoemkr, h 85 W. Jefferson 
§ Threadgall John, janitor Fr&c School, h 239 W. Jefferson 
S Threadgall John, Jr., carp-e«ter, h 239 W. Jefferson 

j§ Thready old James, blacksmith T. W. & W. Ry. 
(Q Thumen Jacob, (Pfeitfner & Co.,) h 4 miles n w city 

-^ I'ickenbro F., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
Pj Thieuny Thomas, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 75 Madison 

"-* Tigar Thomas, (Tripp & Tigar) h 163 E. Berry 
2 Tiger John, printer W. H. Norton, bds n s Wayne, nr Barr 
^ Tiger Thomas, clothing merchant, h 162 E. Berry 
a Tigger William, checkman Freight Depot P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

*^ Tilker Charles, carpenter, h 115 W. Washington. 
Tilley Henry, teamster, n s Lewis, 1 w Calhoun 
Tilton J. J.,' bds Mayer House 
Tinkham Milan H., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 38 Wilt 



Table Linens, Sheetings, Towelings, Toilet Quilts, Napkins. NEW YORK STORE 

FURT WAYNE THE DIREOTOUY. 16 1 

Titus Theodore, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Braadriff, 5 w 

Webster 
Tocakcn Charles, lab, h s s "Walnut, 2 \v Oakley h-i 

Tochtermann G-ottlieb, saloon, 82 Columbia, h same § 

Todd Robert, (Fronefield & Todd,) h 26 W. Water « 

Toland Hannah, wid James, h 45 E. Washington O 

Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway Freight Depot, s s railroad, bet p* 

Calhoun and Harrison e^ 

Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway Machine Shops, R. R, track, w ^ 

Freight Depot ^ 

Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway Passenger Depot, ss railroad, bet pa 

Calhoun and Clinton § 

Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway Round House, R. R. track, w o 

Freight Depot 
Tollaty John, boilermkr T. W . & W. Ry., bds Mrs. W. Beattie g 

Tolle John, elk AViliiain E. Hood, h s e cor Pearl and Griffith pS 

Tonna T., lab boiler shop Bass & Hanna ^ 

Tons Henry, solicitor John Hough, h 80 W. Washington g 

Tons William, porter Fort Wayne Fruit House, bds Henry Tons <D 

Tood Caroline, wid George, h w s MeClellan, 2 s Lewis c^ 

Toohy Patrick, elk T. Hogan, hds same P 

Tottel Cyrus L., tinner P". Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Barr, bet Montgom- q 

ery and Holm an ^ 

Touey Frederick, h s s Melita, 2 w Webster o 

Tuurraey Thomas, h Ito E. Washington -^ 

Tower Benjamin H., furniture manfr and undertaker, factory Water S 

St., salesroom 59 E. Columbia, also pres Common Council, h 96 S 

Lafayette H- 

Tower M. Miss, teacher East End School ^ 

TOWNE DAVID H., §■ 

Bleacher & Presser, 86 Calhoun, bds 45 Barr. (See card p. IX.) £9 
Townley Robert W., (Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co.,) h Elizabeth, g 

New Jersey r^ 

TOWNLEY, DeWALD, BOND & CO., (R. W. Townley, George ^ 

DeWald, Henry W. Bond, John C. Goodrich and R. A. Greene,) P^ 

dry goods whol and ret, cloaks, trimminfrs, notions, carpets, etc., g* 

105 and 107 Columbia ^ § 

Towsey William, fireman T. W. & W. Ry. *=* 

Ti'ac-ey William, salesman L. P. Stapleford, bds Mayer House 5* 

Trailer Emamiel, shoemkr C. W. Sander, hds same "^ 

Trammel John, blksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 148 Hanna "^ 

Tiaub Lewis, saddle and harness maker, 90^ Columbia, h w s McClcIlan *-t 

3 s Lewis 
Trauerman Isaac, (L. Dessauer &Go.,) h 92 W. Main ^ 

Trautman Frederick, baker Henry Lnmel, 20 E. Berrv »S 

Trautman John, bUc-mith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 122' E. Wavno » 

TRAVELERS LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO., OF 9 

Hartford, H, H. Bossier, agt, ro(nn 4, over Hamilton's Bank 
Travellbe John, shoemkr J. A. Schmidt, h 90 W. Water 
Trean George, carpenter, h n e cor Ror-khill and W. Washington 
Troar John, lab, h w s Lima rd, bet Canal feeder and Douglas 

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Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Glass at 

162 FORT WAYNE TliU DIRECTORY. 

.*^ Treep Mary Mrs,, boarding house, w s 13arr 3 s Wayne 
g Trees James, wks T. W. & W. Ky., h e s Pine, 1 s T. W. & W. Ky. 
;.|2 Troeze I?aac, lab Murray & Beniiigin 

"oj Treman George, architect and designer, office, e s Callioun, second story 
*rt Aveline Block, h n s Main, bet Fulton and Broadway 

B Tremble S.. carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ky. 

>,Tremmel Conrad, wks P. Ft. W. & C. Ky. h e s Hanna, 4 n Grant 
,*• Trenkley C, (Trenkley & Sclierzinger,) bds Mayer House 
'^'^ Trenkley & Sclierzinger, (C. Trentley and P. Sclierzinger,) watches, 
'^ clocks and jewelry, 68 Calhoun, opp Avehne House 

o Trentman August, (B. Trentman & Son,) h 40 W. Water 
^ Trentman Barney, student FOKT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 
r-T LEGE, Court, cor Main 

g Trentman Bernard, (B. Trentman & Son,) h 10 W. Water 
.£3 Trentman Bernard H., grocer 51 Clay, h 151 E. Wayne 

Trentman Bernard, Jr., asst bookkpr B. Trentman & Son, bds same 
'q Trentman Henry, shipping elk B. Trentman & Son, bds 10 W. Water 
<» Trentman John, h 151 E. Wayne 

^ Trentman John H., steam bakery, lY W. Wayne, bds 10 W. Water 
o TKENTMAK B. & SON, (Bernard and August Trentman,) whol 
S3Q grocers and liquor dealers, 86 Columbia 

^Tressel George, lab, h 84 Montgomeiy 
^ Tresselt George, bookkpr H. K, Schwegman, h 88 E. Jefferson 

Tresselt Christian, (Siemon Bro. & Co,,) h 55 E. Jefferson 
*^ Tresselt Harman, butcher Fred Eckart 

g Treuchet Celestian, carpenter P. Ft. AV, & C. Ky., h e s Lafayette, 4 8 
rt N. LaSalle 

&iTreuschet Frank, stationary engineer N. G. Olds & Son 
■g Trier Henry, (Trier & Tegtmyer,) h 22 W. Washington 

^ TRIER & TEGTMYER, 

^ (Henry Trier and Diedrich Tegtmyer,) manfrs and dealers in shin- 

■^ gliis, laths, etc., Ewing St., n s the Canal. {See card p. XII.) 

-22 Trinilde Jackson M., bi'akeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., bds 92 Lewis 

W Trimble Kebecca, seamstress Tripp & Tigar 

O Trimble Samuel, carpenter, h 92 Lewis 

^ Trinity Church, (Episcopal,) J. S. Large, pastor, s w cor Berrv and 

d<i Fultnn 

p^ Trinpel Jacob, wks E. Weisser & Co., h tannery 

W Triop Fred, watchman N. G, Olds & Son 

^ Tripp Kickerson M., (Tripp & Tigar,) bds Hamilton House 

« TRIPP & TIGAR, 

O (Kickerson M. Tripp and Thomas Tigar,) shirt manfrs and furnish- 

^"^ ing goods, 62 Calhoun. {See card p. XV.) 

>i Trischler John P., file cutter, h s s Columbia rd, Oj- Front St, 3 w the 
W Bridge 

g Tritschler Peter, wks C, Schmidt & Co, 
p- Troupe Fred, lab, h 47 Douglas av. 
<i Trouj^e IL, lab, h 176 E. Washington 
^ Trowbrido-e Addison, wks N. G. Olds & Son, h 54 Barr 
Truchet C., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ky, 



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MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT "WAYNE UPD DIRECTORY. 163 

Trucker Henry, farmer, li 66 W. Washington 

Truitt John W., lawyer, h s s Pearl, 1 e Cass 

Truler Emil, shoemkr, bds 101 W. Washington 

Tubett George W., elk T. T. J. Cummings, bds same 

Tucker Elizabeth, wid. h Robinson Block g 

Tully J., fireman P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry CD 

Turbett George W., carpenter, h 201: E. Wayne g- 

Turbrack Morris, wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Houch, 2 w Clay ^ 

Turner Harry, machinist, bds Mrs. C. Gable ^ 

Turner James, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co 

Turner Joseph R., driver, bds Union House g^ 

Turner Levi, elk, h s s Jelterson, 2 w Gardner § 

TURNER'iS HALL, s s Berry, bet Calhoun and Clinton, opp Court o 

House 1^, 

Tuttle Sallie, wid Joseph, h 54 Lafayette p 

Tyger Phillip C, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 196 Lafayette S 

Tyler Daniel L., wks N. Wheeler 3 

Tyler Frederick S., wks N. Wheeler g 
Tyler James, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Williams and Har- o 

rison C5 

Tyrell P., wid Yolney, h 34 Lewis P 

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TJ. 33 

UEBELHCER PHILLIP, boots and shoes, [s s Main, 2 e Miller's furni- ^ 

ture store, h same W 

Underfold H., carpenter T. W. & W. Ry - § 

Underbill Cyrus, h w s Webster, 1 n W. Wayne ti 

U^DERHILL PHINEAS S., steam building stone works, n w cor Pearl o 

and Cass, h s w cor Washington and College ^ 

Underwood J., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry ^ 

Underwood Rachel, dressmkr, h s w cor Barr and Berry W 

Underwriter's Agency, Ins Co. of New York, John ilough, agt, office 50 o 

Calhoun p^ 

Unger Albert, cigarmkr L. Dessauer & Co., bds Mrs. Marv Treep 
Unger F., tinner P. Ft. W. & C. Ry " ^ 

Unger George, physician, 46 W. Washington, h same ^ 

Unger Gotliel*, elk George Strodel, bds same g 

UNION BLOCK, n s Main, bet Calhoun and Clinton § 

Union House, John F. Bower, propr, 49 W, Main CO 

UNION INS. CO. OF INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, H. 11. Bossier, J^ 

agt, office No. 4 over Hamilton's Bank i^ 

United States Casualty Insurance Co. of New Jersey, George W. Jones, o 

agt, room 29 Post Office bldg c^ 

United States Casualty Insurance Co. of New York, H. C. Hartman, ^ 

agt, office Hamilton's Hall bldg pa 

U. S. COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, W. H. Withers, collector Tenth Dis-'g 

trict, office No. 2, 44 Calhoun CD 

U. S. EXPRESS CO., C. L. SMITH, agt, office Harrison, opp Columbia "' 
Updegraff Hadassah, wid Joseph, bds n w cor Douglas av and Harrison 
Updegraff William W., (W. W. Updegraff & Co.,) h n w cor Douglas 

av and Harrison 



"New York Store," 90 Columbia St., ROOT & CO., Jobbers and 

1G4 FORT WAYNE YOR DIRECTORY. 



05 UPDEGRAFF W. W. & CO., 



^ (William W. Updegraif and Benjamin W. McCiiUough,) notions 
a wholesale, w s Callioun, 2 s Wayne, opp Mayer House. {See card 

^ page IV.) ' 

^ Uplegger Cliarles, dyer, h 114 Broadway 
Pm 

v. 

i3 YAGIER Xavier, li 8 Sturgis 

^ Valroff Xavier, bakery, 56 E. Columbia, li same 

g YANALSTINE WILLIAM, livery stable, w s Barr, bet Main and Co- 

o lumbia, h 57 Barr 

•-^ YanErl , moulder, li 89 Lewis 

O YanGeison Munson, carpenter, h 220 W. Wayne 

jT Yan Patten Charles H., traveling agt, bds w s Barr, 3 s Wayne 

o YanSweringen Harry, Ins solicitor Durgin & Edsall, h 151 W. Wayne 
^ Yaughn Henry, butcher J. T. Kelsey, h 186 W. Main 
^ Yazeli Peter, helper T. W. & W. Ry 
^ Yeight Peter, boatman, h 263 E. Jeiforson 

§ Atelier John, butcher, h 139 Harrison 

^, Yent William, shoemkr. wks P. Uebelhoer, h w s Calhonni 5 8 Wash- 

£} mgton 

^ Yerlert Charles, brewer, h n w cor Bowser and Lima road 
^ Yincent James, wks French, Hanna & Co 

g Yincon James, wks Hanna Woolen Factor}^, bds 21:0 E. Washington 

^ Yinier Joseph, wks L. Centliver, bds same 

O Yiser John, helper P. Ft. W. & C. car shops, h n s Melita, 2 W. Har- 

^ rison 

rt Yitz John F., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 

p». Court, cor Main 

B Yizard Michael, boilermkr T. W. & W. Ry. 

3 Yizard Thomas, helper T. W. & W. Ry. 

<13 Yogel Carl G., (C. G. Yogel & Son,) bds 5Y W. Berry 

« Yogel C. G. Mrs,, millinery, e s Calhoun, opp Phoenix Block, bds 57 

§ W. Berry 

5 Yogel Frank B., (C. G. Yoirel & Son,) bds 57 W. Berrry 

« YOGEL C. G. & SON, (Carl G. and Frank B. Yogel,) merchant 

»— « taih)rs and clothiers, e s Calhoun, opp l^hoenix Block 

■^ Yoigt F., wks H. Wilken 

tH Yoigt Herman, wks H. Wilken 

^ Yoirol Frank, salesman Morgan & Beach, h 75 Lafayette 

(Sq Yolland Henry, wks Empire Mills, h 279 W. Washington 
Qj Y'Jney Barney, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

ȣ3 Yon Renner Wellomi, teacher, h s e cor Clay and Madison 
p^ YoMi-liees Christopher, shoemkr Markley, Schrader & Co., h ns W. 

•'•* Main, 1 w Calhoun 

^ Y(.>orhees Elizabeth, cloakmr, bds Alary Yoorhees 
^ Yoorhees Mary, cloak and dressrakr, n s Main, 1 w Calhoun, h same 
^ Yoorhes George, bookkeeper Iluestis & Hamilton, h cor Washington 

•"^ and Lafayette 

Yorce John, cook R. R. Dining Rooms 



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Retailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

FOKT WAYNE WAL DIRECTOKY. 165 

VORDERMARK ERNST, boots and shoos, leather and liudings, 4 

Phoenix Bhjck, Calhoun, h New Haven rd, 1 mile e city limirs 
Vordei-mark Henry, bookkeeper E. Vordermark, bds Mayer House 
Vordermark Lewis, salesman E. Vordermark, bds same co 

Yowland Lutheran, miller, h 279 W. Washington ^ 

Vreen Michael, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h s s Bass, 2 e Prince ^ 

Yroman Henry, yard master T. W. &.W. Rj., bds H. King p' 

WABASH & ERIE CANAL COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, A. C. g 

Probasco, collector, 73 Columbia O 

Wadge William, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n w cor Clay and _ 

Montgomery ^ 

Wadington W., foreman carpenters' dept P. Ft. W. & C Ry., h s s c; 

Montgomery, 2 e Monroe p 

Wagenman John, farmer, h w s Lima rd, 2 n canal feeder 3 

Wagner Bernard, lawyer and collector, office Phoeuix Block, li 59 W. o 

Wayne O 

Wagner Henry, millinery, 24 Court, h same * ^ 

Wagner Henry, wks Joseph A. Clark q 

Wagner Henry G., druggist and chemist, n e cor Main and Calhoun, h g^ 

63 W. Main g 

Wagner John, carpenter C. G. French, bds Mrs. C. Gable - 

Wagner Theodore, hostler M, Glynn, bds same BQ 

Waiimhuf William, planer, h 178 Ewing a 

Waldemuth Charles, wks C. Schmidt & Co., h s s Lewis, 5 w Clay j^^ 

Waldemuth Louis, wks C. Schmidt & Co. o 

Waldmann Benedict, saloon, w s Calhoun, 5 n Jefierson, h same ^ 

Waldo Christian, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Rj., h s w cor Nelson and ^ 

Washington S 

WaWo F., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 217 E. Jefferson g 

Waldo Henry, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 269 W. Jefferson Ph' 

Waldo William, lab, h s s E. Wayne, 2 w Hanna ^ 

Wales Andrew J., principal East End Grammar School gi 

Walker A., moulder Bass & Hanna ^ 

Walker James, brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds s w cor Baker and pi 

Harrison ^ 

Walker James, millwright, bds C. Ran p? 

Walker James H., supt Gas Light Co., h 47 W. Water "V 

Walker William H. H., silver plater, bds e s Griffith, 1 s Jefferson ^ 

Wall Christopher, compositor Democrat office, bds Mrs. Mary Treep 3- 
Wall Samuel S., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Butler, w Hoagland g 

avenue ^ 

Wall Watson, h s e cor Main and Lafayette *-^ 

Wallace Andrew, elk, h s w cor Barr and Jefferson ^ 

Wallace Alexander F., machinist, h s s Melita, 5 w Webster 
Wallace C. W., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds 45 Bair 
Wallace F., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 140 Harrison 
Wallace John, boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental Hotel 
Wallace William H., carpenter, h Robinson's Block 



Remember Biddle & Hoagland's is the Cheap Drug Store. 



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Get your PaintSj Oils and Dye Stuffs at Biddle & Hoagland's 

FORT WAYNE WAY DIRECTORY. 167 

Wallace William J., blacksmith, li 216 E. Lewis 

Waltematli Henry, (Wigmau & Co.,) h Lewis, bet Lafayette and Clay 
Waltemath Henry, carpenter P. Ft. ^¥. & C Ry., h 20 W. Lewis g* 

Walter Daniel, blacksmith T. W. & W. Ey. m 

Walter F., h w s Pine, 2 n Locust ^ 

Walter William B., h e s Spy Ran rd, n of the bridge ^ 

Walters David B., frnit stand, w s Calhoun, 7 8 Wayne, h n e cor Mai- g" 
den Lane and Pearl ,_^ 

Walters E. P., (Rev.,) h n e cor Calhoun and Lewis ^ 

Walters Elizabeth, wid Jacob, h 12 W. Washington 

Walters Isabella, wks French, Hanna & Co. ^ 

Walther Fred W., (VValther & Ogden,) h 21 Clinton g 

WALTHER & OeDEN, ^ 

(Fred W. Walther, William A. Ogden,) music and musical instiu- i.^ 

ment dealers 21 Clinton. {See card opp. page.) § 

Waltke George, elk Post Office, bds 117 E. Madison g 

Waltke William, marble polisher Lawson & Gillen, h 117 Madison pa 

Walton I., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 84 Montgomery g 

Walton Richard, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Lewis and CD 

Clay O 

Walton "W.. carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. P 

Wamsley C, traveling salesman Huestis & Hamilton, li Huntertown q 
Wandell G. C, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Barr, 2 e Lewis Bi 
Wansbaugh William, wks Cochrane, Humphrey &, Co. ^ 

Warhurton Anson L., carriagemkr, h s s W. Wayne, bet Union and "" 

RockhiU gJ 

Ward Horatio 1*^., whol and retail dealer in china, glass and queens- p 

ware, IS Calhoun, h 233 W. Berry ti 

Ward Samuel, lab, h s s Wayne, bet Hanna and Francis o 

Ward W., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. *^ 

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Ward WiUiam H., policeman, h 45 W. Main 

Waring Anson (Coombs & Co.,) bds 17 Douglas av. 2 

Warner Calvin T., Hreman P. Ft. W. & C.Ry., h n s Baker, 4 e Mc- o 

Clellan ^ 

Warner David S., engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 52 Douglas av. ^ 

Warner Gustav, cigarmkr, li 22 E. Berry PJ 

Warner James, salesman Ulrich Deininger, bds same ts" 

Washington Abraham, h e s Spy Run rd, nr Rudisill's Mills ei 

Waterbeck Charles F., w s Oakley, 2 n Henry ^ 

Waterman John H., lireman T. W. & W. Ry., h w s Fairfield av, opp CQ 

Colerick ^ 

Waters John P., county coroner, h 193 W. Washington ^ 

Watson C, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. ^ 

Watts George, machinist, h w s Hood, 2 s Pritchard ^ 

Waugh F., fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 16 Montgomery <J 

Waugh J., engineer P. Ft, W. & C. Ry. »^ 

Waybel Platitus, cabiuetmkr John J. Klaehn P 

Wayne Jacob, shoemkr, s w cor Harrison and Lewis 
WAYNE TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, A. C. Probasco, 

Assessor, office, 73 Columbia 
WAYNE T0WNSH1P_ TRUSTEE'S OFFICE, L W. Campbell, 

Trustee, n w cor Main and Calhoun 



ROOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a large stock of Cloaklngs, Cloths, 

168 FORT WAYNE WEI DIRECTOKY. 

Wears Williiim, slioemkr J. A. Schmidt 

Weatherford John, salesman Updegraif & Co., bds Mayer House 
Weaver Alia, painter A. H. Yeigen, h Ilanna's Addition e city limits 
o5 Weaver Edwin, tireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., li 14 Chicago 
5^ Webb Augustus M., propr saw mill, h 23i W. Wayne 
etf Webb Marion A., salesman A, S. Evans, bds same 
^ Webber Benjamin, millwright, h s e cor Bass & Fairfield 
^ Webber F., machinist Bass & Hanna, h 60 Calhoun 
o Webber Jolm J., teacher, h 55 W. Washington 

Pm Webber K., upholsterer P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., bds s w cor Baker and 
^ Harrison 

ZO AYebber Peter, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ky., h n s Buchanan, 3 e La- 
cs layette 

o AYeber A., millinery, ladies' and childrens' furnishing goods, n w cor 
'^ Main and Clinton, h same 

jg Weber A., patternmkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ky. 

„ Weber Adam, shoemkr, h 9 Montgomery 
'^ Weber Eveine, tinsmith, h 183 Clinton 

o AYeber Frederick, wks Bass & Hanna, h n s Maumee, bet Calhoun and 
PQ Clinton 

M AYeber Irwin, (AYeber & DeWald,) h 181 Clinton 

g AYeber J., wiper P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., l)ds National Hotel 

*:f AA^eber John, lab n e cor E. Wayne and Francis 

'g AYeber Milton N., wks Daniel Hannum, bds 9 E. Wayne 

rt AYeber P., carpenter P. Ft. AY. & C. liy. 
® AA^eber Peter, stonemason, h 291 W. Jefferson 

oT AYeber & DeAYald, (Irwin Weber, Henry DeWald,) stoves and tin 
rg ware, tin, copper and sheet iron workers, 15 Clinton 

o AYebgeng Charles, wks C. Schmidt & Co 

rAYebler Bliseidous, carpenter, h 211 AY. Jefferson 
O Webler C, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

^ AA^eed Frank, transportation master P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Chicago 

o 3 w Calhoun 

§ AYefel Fred, carpenter, h s s High w Yan Bnren 

^ AYefel John IL, ship carpenter, h n w cor High & Yan Buren 

w AYefel John W., carpenter, h s w cor Douglas av and Webster 
^ AA^efel AYilliam, h s s Hiijh 3 w Yan Buren 

t^ Weffel Adolph, turner Wil-on & Co 

R AYege C, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

f^ AYegemann Henry, shoemkr, wks John Molir, bds E. Wayne 
P5 AYegman F., lab IBass & Hanna 

o AYehmer Gerhenedaiie, wid Plenry, h 93 Clinton 
•^ Wehmer Theodore G., salesman McDougal & Co 

pj AYehn Jacob, shoemkr, Lewis & Harrison 
■^ AYehrs Frederick, (Pfeiffer & Co.,) bds Daniel Eberly 

2 AYeibka H., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

§ AYeideman Olrich, wks P. Ft. AY. & C. Ry., hue cor Charles and La- 
^ fayette 

Weigand Sebastian, wks C. D. Hurd 
Weight Thomas, lab, h s w cor Maiden Lane and Pearl 
Weightman William, blksmith A. D. Reid & Co., h W. Jefferson 
Weik A , patternmkr Bass & Hanna, h E. Washington, Hanna add 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

FORT WAYNE WES DIRECTORY. 169 

Weil Jacob, peddler, h 41 E. Wayne 

Weiman William, (AYeiman & Fox,) h 25 Main 

Weimau & Fox, (William Weiman, George Fox.) confectioners and re- £* 

stall rant 25 Main co 

Weirig Jacob, elk Gottlieb Toclitormann, bds same ^ 

Weisenberger Benjamin, porter Maver House, li 28 W. Main ® 

Weisser Emannel, ( E. Weisser & Co.,) li St. Joe tannery 3' 

Weisser E. & Co., (Emanuel AVeisser, J. F. Schoellkopf, B. Schroeter,) g;, 

tanners, leather, hides and shoe tindings 115 Columbia CD 

Welch Garrett, wks P. Ft. ^¥. & C. Ry., h w s llolmau 3 w of La- ^ 

fayette Pd 

Welch George, engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Melita 5 W. AVebster g • 
Welch John, lab P. Ft. AA^. & C. Ry., h s s Brandrifi" 4 w Webster o 

Welcli Patrick, blksmith, h 75 E. Water *^ 

Welch Patrick, lab, h s s AValnut 2 e Oakley 5* 

Welch Uriah, (AVm. Struwer & Co.,) h P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Water Tank g 
Welch William, boarding house, 70 Madison ^ 

Weldoii John, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. P\,y., h e s Barr, 2 s of Lewis 53 
Welker Henry, cabinetmkr, wks John M. Miller, h s s Wall 10 w of cd 

Bluffton Plank rd ^ 

Wellemar Henry, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & Co P 

Weller Barbara, wid Christian, h s e cor Barr and Wayne _^ 

Weller Daniel, tailor, h n s Douglas 8 w Lima rd Hi 

Weller John G., rneatmarket w s Calhoun 6 s Wayne, h 129 Harrison o 
Wells Arnold, dentist s w cor Calhoun and Berry opp Aveline House, «^ 

h 128 A7. Wayne Sj 

Wells Austin T., boarding house, s w cor Calhoun and Baker g 

Wells Charles M., farmer, h s e cor Barr and Madison §. 

Wells George R., harnessmkr L. Traub, h 92 AV". Jefferson ^ 

Wells Harvey, foreman compositors room Democrat office, bds 128 W. p^ 

Wayne ca 

Wells John, blksmith Gri^th & Olds W 

Welsh Sylvester, watchman P. Ft. W. & C.Ry g 

Weni-ich John, carpenter, h s e cor Barr and AVayne js^ 

AVente Henry, wks AV^efel & Trier "1^ 

Wcnte John, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry " 

WENTE WILLIAM, saloon and restaurant 17 E. Mala and 1 Key- 5^ 

stone block, h 96 Barr § 

Wenworth Mary, cloak and dressmkr 35 W. Main, h same P 

Wehr Henry, apprentice J. L. Potter, bds same ^ 

Wercher P.', watchman P. Ft. AV. & C. Ry -= 

AVescott D. L., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry Tl 

Wescott Robert, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry ^ 

Wessel John, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Lafayette 2 s Bu- ^ 

chanan ^ 

WEST EN'D MARKET HOUSE, w s Broadway bet Wayne and Berry ^g 
Westenfelt F., carpenter P. Ft. AA^. & C. Ry. O 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO., ^ 

C. K. Jones, manager, office, n w cor Berry and Calhoun 
Westphal Henry, lab, h 125 Madison 
Westrumb H,, constable, h 55 E. AVayne 



Fancy Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet Articles at 

170 FOliT WAYNE Will DIRECTORY. 

WESTRUMB H. 0. R, 

general collector, notary public and attorny at law, office, at the 
S justices' office, li 55 E. Wayne 

>>Wetsell James, machinist Bass & Hanna 
j^ Wettleng John, checkman freight depot P. Ft. W. & C. Ky. 
^ Wetzel John, wood carver 140 E. Jefferson, h same 
*a Wetzel Joseph, machinist F. Ft. W. & C. Ey., bds s e cor Calhoun and 
o W ashington 

^ Weutz Joseph Rev., pastor St. Mary's German Catholic Church, h 132 
4^ E. Jefferson 

^ Weyer Martin, wks E. Weisser & Co., h Bloomingdale 
§ Whalan Jeremiah, carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n s Bass, 5 w 
o Iloagland av. 

^ Whaley llannah, wid Justin, h 92 E. Main 
t^ Whan Joseph, millwright, h 138 Jackson 

_ Wliedon David P., (Whedon & Kerr,) bds Aveline House 
•g WliEDON & KERR, (David P. Whedon and William J. Kerr,) 
,o lawyers, n w cor Main and Calhoun 

M Wheelan J., lab Bass & Hanna 
JM Wheeler Elizabeth, hairdresser 25 Court 
§ Wheeler Leroy, painter, h 25 Court 

*5 Wheeler I^elson, cabinet manfr n e cor Pearl and Griffith, h 210 W. 
"g Washington 

c^ Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines, C. L. Hill, agt, 52 and 54 Cal- 
^ houn 

^ Whers John W., shoemkr, h 129 E. Lewis 



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Whery John Henry, di-ayman, h s e cor Williams and Fairfield av. 

Whery William P., physician and surgeon, office, over Biddle & Hoag- 
land's drug store, bds Mayer House 
o Whightman J. Miss, teacher, bds Rockhill House 

Whinery John, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Rj., h n e cor L- fliyette and 
Wallace 

Whinery Joseph, fireman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds n e jor Lafayette 
»H and Wallace 

^ Whinery Robert, fij-eraan P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h n e cor Laiayette and 
^ Wallace 

^ Whipkee Richard, wiper T. W. & W. Ry. 

g Whitbeck George H., restaurant n e cor Calhoun and Railroad, h same 
a White David P., deputy recorder, bds Llamilton House 

White Hartshorn, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Hedekin House 

o WHITE JANES B., 

"5 propr Fort Wayne Fruit House, 18 W. Berry, h 56 Barr. {See card 

rt fx^ch cover.) 

"^ White John, wks T. W. & W. Ry. 

^ White John I., clerk Bass ct Manna, bds Aveline House 

M White William, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Continental Hotel 

« White William, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Whitehead Arthur, engineer P. Ft. Y/. & C. Ry., h w s S. Calhoun,6 s 

Grand 
Whitehead John G., elk Alfred Hattersley, h 118 E. Wayne 
Whitman Henry A., elk F. J. Beck, h w s Lima rd, bet Canal feeder 
and Douglas 






MEYER BEOTHEIS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 

FORT WAYNE WIL DIKECTOKY. 171 

Whitney "Washington I., engineer T. W. & W. Ry., h 113 Broadway 
Whitteman U., w'iper P. Ft.'W. & C. Ry. 
Wliittles Job, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 62 Madison 
Whiteside George P., student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 
LEGE, Court, cor Main g* 
Wichman August, cabinetnikr J. J. Klaehn, bds same g 
Wichman Frederick, taikir, h 93 W. Water -i 
Wichman Wilham, blksmith, h 45 W. Jeiferson 2_ 
Wickart Harry, wks Stanley, Bieber & Co., bds Mrs. E. Rockhill t3 
Wickman Henry, boilermkr T. W. & W. Ry., h 33 W. Jefferson ^ 
Wicks John W., painter P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., bds s w cor Jefferson and o 
Francis tO 
Wicks John B., fireman T. W. & W. Ry. g 
Wiebeke Henry, (Wiebeke & Taymeier,) h 128 W. Cohmibia O 
Wiebeke & Taymeier, (Henry Wiebeke and David Ta^uneier,) groceries S^ 
and provisions, 128 W. Cohimbia g< 
Wiebke Diediick, wks T. W. & W. Ry., h 90 W. Jefferson to 
Wiegent Sebastian, carpenter, h e s Lafayette, 2 n Charles ^ 
Wies Jacob, carpenter, h w s Hanna, bet Hohnan and Montgomery g 
Wigent Chauncey G., delivery elk Excelsior Bakery, bds same o 
Wigent Edward B., baker Excelsior Bakery, bds same ^ 
Wigent John C, (Stoner & Wigent,) h w s Harrison, 3 s U. S. Ex. o 



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Wiggins Andrew, brakeman P. Ft, W. & C. Ry., h s s Grand, 4 w S. 

Webster g' 

Wigman Henry, (Wigman & Co.,) h 127 E. Lewis ^ 

Wigman John W., paiternmkr J. C. Bowser & Co. W 

WIGMAN & CO., (Hem-y Wigman, George Geerken, Henry Walle- g 

math,) groceries and provisions, 19 E. Main ^ 

Wigmar Frederick, lab, h 200 E. Jefferson o 

Wilie Richard, wiper T. W. & W. Ry. ^ ^^ 

Wike Adam, patternmkr, h 259 W. Washington ^ 

Wilcox L., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h e s Calhoun, 4 s Wallace S 
Wilder Henry J., elk N. G. Olds & Son, bds 91 E. Washington g 

Wilding James, plasterer, h 252 W. Wayne *^ 

Wilding James, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL-'J-j 

LEGE, Court, cor Main ^ 

Wiley Alexander, Treasurer Allen County, office Court House, h 124 g* 

Barr a 

Wilke Henry, cigarmkr G. M. Heger, bds same *^ 

Wilken Herman, saw mill, e s Cass, bet the canal and Water, h 80 W. 5? 

Water "j. 

Wilkening Gottlieb, carpenter, 40 Lavinia, h same o 

Wilkensen George, fireman T. W. & W. Ry. ^ 

Wilkins Christian, butcher, e s Calhoun, 5 n Washington, h w s Broad- ^ 

way, 2 n Jefierson ^ 

Wilkins Conrad, butcher, wks Christian Wilkins, bds Broadway ^ 

Wilkins Alfred, porter Aveline House. § 

Wilkinson Charles IL, carpeiiter, h w s Fulton, 1 s Jefferson 

Will H., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Will John, shoemkr, Hermsdorfer & Co. 

Will Thomas H., blacksmith P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 169 E. Madison 



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Drugs, Medicines and Dye Stufls at 

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Willenbaiigli F., painter P. Ft. W. & C. Rj. 

Wilier George, lab, h u s Pritchard, 1 w Bi'oadway 

aS Willerling William II., tanner, li 127 W. Wayne 

^Williams Byron, operator I. D, Williams' phutograpldc gallery, bds 

cd same 

^ AVILLIAMS EDWARD P., (Meyer Brothers & Co.,) h 61 W. Berry 
+j Williams Effingham T., salesman Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., bds 

o Hamilton House 

P-i Williams Henry, elk P. Hoacrland & Co., bds 96 W. Wayne 
^ Williams Henry M., bds 96 W. Wayne 
CQ Williams Henry S., (Williams & Bro.,) bds 142 E. Wayne 

a Wilhams Ira D., (Williams & Bro.,) h 142 E Wayne 

§ Williams Jesse L., (Allen, Hamilton & Co., and D. Hoagland & Co.,) 
^ h 96 W. Wayne 

eg Williams John, helper T. W. & W. Ry. 

^Williams John IL, wagonmkr, w s Broadway, bet Washington and 
•^ Wayne, h 96 W. Jefferson 

o WILLIAMS & BRO., (Ira D. Williams and Henry S. Williams,) pho- 
S tograph gallery, 106 Columbia 

^ WILLIAMSON" MARION F., physician and surgeon, n w cor Cal- 
^ houn and Berry, h 161 Ewing 

o Williard B. L. P., sewer builder, h 45 Madison 
:S Wilmington Thomas, h 90 W. Main 

iWILMOT JAMES C, 

® house, sign and ornamental painter, 14 Clinton, h 67 E. Berry. 

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^ Wilmot Mary, seamstress Tri]>p & Tigar, bds James C. Wilmot 
g Wills David, machinist, bds Mrs. N. O. Jones 
_, Wills Richard, blacksmith, h 127 Madison 

<3 Wills William, patternmkr Murray & Bennigin, h 49 W. Wayne 



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§ lawyer and patent right agency, room 27 Post Office building, h 

-^cd 258 N. Jefters<m. {See cardopp. Business Register. ) 

S Willson O. J., elk at Master Mechanics office T. W. & W. Ry., bds 79 
§ W. Berry 

**• Willson William, conductor T. W. & W. Ry, h s s Bass, 5 w Hoagland 
§3 avenue 

g Wilse William, carpenter, h 228 Lafayette 

§ Wilson E. IL, student FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
M Court, cor Main 

C Wilson Edwin H., machinist T. W. & W. Ry. 
•5 Wilson Geoi^ge W., (Wilson & Co.,) h 132 W. Wayne 
a Wilson H. T., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Mrs. R. Strout 
'^ Wilson J., boilermkr P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Cass and La Salle 
g Wilson William C, elk, h w s Harrison, 3 s U. S. Ex{:)ress office 
m Wilson William E., wagonnikr, h s w cor Cass and La Salle 
B WILSON & CO., (George W. Wilson, J. G. Schuckman and C. H. 
Muhler,) stoves, tinware and sheet iron workers, 81 Columbia 

Wilt John M., h w s S. Calhoun, 5 s Grand 

Winbaugh John, cai-penter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s w cor Francis and 
Hamilton 



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"Wines Elizabeth, wid Marshall, h 155 W. Berry ^ 
Wines Marshall W., attorney at law and claim agent, office l^o. 2 > 

Phcenix block, h 155 W. Berry f^ 
Winneshiek Ins. Co. of Freeport, III, Babcock & Lumbard, agents, S 

office Hamilton's old bank building, Clinton st. td 

Winsor James H., ladies' furnishing goods, 74 Columbia, h same ^ 

Winrich Jonathan, wks Cochrane, Humphrey & (Jo ^ 
Winte Diedrich J., wks F. Ft. W. & C. Ky., h w s S. Calhoun, 3 n of O 

Dawson t-t^ 
Wise Piatt J., mnfr boxes, barrels and headings, s s of Railroad, opp de- S 

pot, h 230 W. Berry ' "^^ g 

Wise William B., millwright, h 204 E. Lewis M 

Wiseman Jacob, saloon, 32 W. Main, h same •* 

Wisener Nicholas, L s s Creighton, e Lafayette ^ 

Wisner Augustus, teamster, bus 80 W. AVater Ci 

Wisner Sharp, Deputy County Clerk, bds 100 Barr ^ 
WITHERS WARREN IE, Collector U. S. Revenue, Tenth District ^ 

Indiana, office 44 Calhoun, h St. Joe rd, Washington Township 5' 

Wittaker A. M., plasterer, h Robinson Block ^ 

Witte Christ, cigarmkr Lamley & Rosenthal C 

Wiite Christian, carpenter, h 96 E. Madison * 
Witte Henry, boilermkr Bass & Hanna, bds s s Williams, 4 w Harrison S* 

Witte William, boilermkr Bass & Hanna, h 97 E. Madison ^ 

Wittmer Henry, boatman, bds 04 E. Columbia »0 

Wizard Anthony, bds Mrs, R. Wizard go* 

Wizard Michael, wks T. W. & W. Ry., bds Mrs. Rose Wizard g 

Wizard Rose, wid Martin, h s s Brandriff, 3 w Webster c-h 

Wizard Thomas, blksmith T. W. & W. Ry., bds Mrs. Rose Wizard ^ 

Wizekreuter Max, salesman Bond & Nones, h Bloomingdale ^ 

Woebbeking Christian, carpenter, h 96 W, Jelierson *^ 

Woebbeking Conrad, carpenter, h e s Broadway, 2 s Lavinia W 

Woebbeking Henry C, carpenter, h e s Broadway, 2 s Lavinia o 

Wolby Henry, carpenter F. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h'269 W. Jefferson w 

Wolchin John, wks F. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h'n s Taylor, 3 w Fine J» 

Wolda Frederick, carpenter, bds s w cor Nelson and Washington §, 

Wolf Abraham, meat market, 10 and 65 W. Main, h 73 W. Main ^ 

Wolf Daniel, boarding, 117 E. Main ty 

Wolf James, carpenter T. W. & W. Rv., h 84 Montgomery § 

Wolf J. M., carpenter F. Ft. W. & C. Ry . Jo 
Wolfe Mary, wid John, h 115 E. Madisun 

Woltf Christian, salesman Siemon Bro. & Co., bds R. F. Siemon ^ 
Wolff Gustav, elk W. Wente, bds same 

Wolff Henry, shoemkr wks H. Boss, bds same ij^' 

Wolff John S:, h 214 W. Washington g* 

Woifler Frank, wks N. G. Olds ife^Son, bds 22 Madison *<j 

Woliler Frederick, wks N. G. Olds & Son, bds 22 Madison ~ 
Wolford R. W., machinist P. Ft. ^Y. & C. Ky 



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Wolford W. A., machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h w s Lafliyette, 4 s''™* 
Wallace td 

Wolford Walter M., tinner Weber & DeWald, bds W. A. Wolford g 

Wolke Lewis, h w s Calhoun, 3 s Wayne ^ 

Wood Charles, spokemkr N. G. Olds & Sou 



Try Biddle & Haagland's Royal Baking Powder. 

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Wood George W., notary public, n w cor Berry and Barr, h 50 "W. 
Water 

q5 Wood Thomas, foreman blksmitlis T. W. & W. Ry., li s w cor Wilt and 

& Union 

^Wood William S., gilder and picture frame dealer, w s Calhoun, 3 n Jef- 

|> ferson, bds 8 Calhomi 

^ Woodard Caroline, wid W. W., h 58 W. Berry 

tt Woods John, carpenter, h 163 W. Washington 

|2 Woodward Eugene, dry goods and notions, 24 E. Maine, bds Aveline 

- House 
S Woodward Marcus E., (Woodward & Young,) h 144 E. Main 

rt Woodward Thomas S.,brakeman P. Ft. W & C. Ry., bds 52 Donglas av 

g Woodward & Young, (Marcus E. Woodward and Nathaniel B. Young,) 

,£3 wholesale and retail clothing, hats, caps and furnishing goods, 46 

cS Calhoun 

^ Woodworth Alonzo L., lab K G. Olds & Son, bds 14 W. Jefferson 
^Woodworth Benjamin S., physician and surgeon, office n w cor Colum- 

g bia and Calhoun, h 234 W. Berry 

g Woodworth James, engineer J. S. Pierce, h n s Melita, 3 W. Harrison 

Woodworth James, lab, h n s Melita, 3 W. Harrison 
•§ Woodworth James C, bookkpr Fort Wayne National Bank, h 218 W. 

o Wayne 

ra Woolsey Pliram B., wheelmkr N. G. Olds & Son, bds 91 E. Washing- 

S ton 

jg Woyden Charles H., student, FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COL- 
^ LEGE, Court, cor Main, bds 99 E. Jefferson 

g* Worsen James L., (Worden & Morris,) also, President State Ins. Co., 
^ h 99 E. Jefferson 

O Worden & Morris, (James L. Worden and John Morris,) lawyers, office 

=* Court House. 
O Work Robert, farmer, h 328 W. Jefferson 

o Working Men's Institute, rooms at Court House 

§ Wort John M., collector Gas Light Co., h 165 E. Wayne 

c3 Wortsmuth Joseph, machinist P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds n w cor Jeffer- 

^ son and Barr 

^ Woulfe Patrick, boot and shoemkr e s Calhoun nr cor Douglas av, h same 
»-* Wright J., lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry 

^ Wright Luther, carpenter T. W. & W. Ry., h n e cor Harrison and 

Cj Dawson 

§ Wright Martin H., lab, bds 125 Hanna 
(X) Wrighter George, bds Aveline House 

o Wuerstern Henry, bds Mayer House 

"* Wuillemin Henry, lab, h 237 Charles 

cj Wyea Dedrich, lab, bds 208 Ewing 
"^ Wyer Martin, tanner, h Hoffman add 1 w Lima rd 

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Yaneye John, stage driver, li s s Wall 8 w Bluffton plank rd ® 

TEEGENS AUGUST E, B' 

house, sign and ornamental painter 78 Calhoun bds n e cor Waslr ^ 

ington and Harrison. {See card p. XIII.) P 

Yergens George, grocer, .. w s Clay bet J^ewis arid Madison td 

Yergens Henry, wks I)r. C. E. Sturgis, bds same 5 

Yergens William F., saw miller, h 85 W. Washington g 

Yobst Aleck, lab, h w s Marion bet High and Bowser *^ 

Yobst Bruno, cooper J. S. Pierce, h 24 Kirdlingerav n-4 

Yokel Mathiiis, lab T. W. & W. Ry., h n s Henry 3 e Fairfield av g 

Yonkers & New York Fire Ins Co. of New York, Homer C. Hartman, ^ 

agt, Hamilton's Hall bldg g 

Young Charles, tanner, h s s Columbia rdor Front st 2 w of Mechanics o 
Young Daniel, supt P. S. Underbill's Steam Marble Building Stone ^ 

Works, office n w cor Pearl and Cass, h 147 W. Berry O 

Young Henry J., livery, sale and feed s s Pearl bet Maiden Lane and g 

Harrison, h 52 W. Main *xi 

Young Horace Greeley, student FOP.T WAYNE COMMERCIAL g 

COLLEGE, Court cor Main, bds 148 Berry ^ 

Young Israel, brakeman T. W. & W. Ry, hw s Fairfield av cor Locust o 
Young Jacob, livery, h 52 W. Main 33 

Young Louis, cigarmkr Lamley & Rosenthal ' ^ 

Young Men's Christian Association, Hamilton's Hall bldg " 

Young Nathaniel B., (Woodward & Young,) bds Aveline House ^ 

Young William, machinist T. W. & W. Ry., bds 128 Broadway 3 

Youngblood John, conductor P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., bds Aveline House ^ 
Youngblood Samuel, engineer P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h s s Hough 2 e of g 

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Younger Andrew, lab, h 100 Wilt 



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Zahn F., carpenter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry " 5r 



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Zangenberg Frederick, cigarmkr, bds s e cor Calhoun and Washington 
Ziegler G., Adam, wagonmkr John Baker, h 121 Wilt C^ 

Zimmerman Anthony, shoemkr J. Foellinger, h 70 E. Jefferson 
Zimmerman Anthony, grocer 49 E, Main, h same 
Zimmerman Charles, wks Becks Brewery, h Bloomingdale 
Zimmerman David, shoemkr, h v/ s Lima rd bet Canal feeder and Don- ^ 

glas ^ 

Zimmerman Englebert, (E. & F. J. Zimmerman,) h 6Q W. Main ^ 

Zimmermann Frank E., salesman McDougal & Co., h 143 E. Jefferson p 
Zimmerman Frank J., (E. & F. J. Zimmerman,) h 66 W. Main 
Zimmerman George J., salesman Henderson & Putnam, bds Stephen 

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Zimmerman John, salesman Gratifjny & Bro., bds 96 E. Jefferson 
Zimmerman M., lab P. Ft. W. & C. lly 

Zimmerman Stephen, shoemkr, h w s Lima rd bet Canal feeder and 
Doughis 

ZIMMERMAN E. & F. J., 

(Eiiglebert Zimmerman, Frank J. Zimmerman,) editors and proprs. 

Fort Wayne, daily and weekly Democrat office, 1 Phoenix block. 

{See card p. 52.) 
Zimmerly J. William, painter P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., h 96 E. Jefferson 
^Zink John, wks P. Ft. W. & C, Ry., h s s Locust 2 w Pine 
Zohn ^Nicholas, blksmith J. C. Bowser & Co 
ZoUars Allen, (Spencer & Zollars,) bds Hamilton House 
ZoUars Enoch, li. R. contractor, h s w cor W. Main and Van Buren 
ZoUer George, slioemkr, s s Front st or Columbia rd 2 w of the bridge, 

h same 
ZoUer Yalentine, lab, h w s Lima rd nr Becks Brewery 
Zorbaugh E., machinist T. W. & W. Ry 
Zankenberg Fred, cigarmkr Lamley & Rosenthal 
Zwick Henry C, (H. Zwick & Co.,) h 80 W. Jefferson 
Zvvick Henry & Co., (Henrj^ Zwick & Charles H. Luebking,) grocers n 

w cor Calhoun and Washington 



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JOHi^ C™ W. BAILEY, Proprietor. 

TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, TWO DOLLARS PER AFMUM 

In clubs and to agents generous deductions are made. 

l-odage. — The postage on tlie " Western Merchants' Price Current" is 
20 cents a year, payable at the office of delivery. 



Table Linens, Sheetings, Towelings, Toilet Quilts, Napkins. NEW YORK STORE 



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ALILEN COUNTY REGISTER. 



STATE OFFICERS— Executive Department, 



CONRAD BAKER, Governor. 
NELSON TRESSLER, Sec. State. 
-NATHAN B. KIMBALL, Treasurer. 



WILLIAM CUMBACK, Lt. Governor. 
T. B. McCARTY, Aud. Pub. Accounts. 
GEORGE V. HOSS, Sup't Public Instruction, 



Co\iiity Organization. 



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Senator — W. W. Carson, 

Representatives — John Slioaff and Peter Ki- 
ser. 

Coicnly Clerk — William Fleming. 

County Auditor — Henry J. Rudisill. 

County Treasurer — H. Monning. 

County Recordet — Clemens Rekers, 

Sheriff^SdXm McCartney. 

Deputy Sheriff— \. W. Cam.pbelL 

Board of Commissioners — John A. Robison, 
(pres.) William A. Long and David H. Lipes. 

Janitor — David Robison. 

County Surveyor — Nathan Butler. 

CoT'jner — John P. Waters. 

Superintendent Poor House — James Reed. 

County Attorney — James L. Worden. 

School Examiner — R. D. Robinson. 

County Fhysicians — Sturgis & Myers. 

City Government- 
Municipal Election held first Tuesday in 
May. 

City Council meets second and fourth Tues- 
days in each month. 

Council Chambers, west side Clinton, be- 
tween Main and Columbia streets. 

Mayor — B. H. Tower, (acting,) office in 
Council Chamber. 

Clerk — E. L. Chittenden, office at Mayor's 
office. 

City Treasurer — John Conger. 
Assessor — A. C. Probasco, office, 73 Colum- 
bia. 

City Engineer — Charles S. Brackenridge, 
office, 9 Clinton. 

City Attorney — F. P. Randall, office, 9 Clin- 
ton. 

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Marshal — Patrick McGee. Office at May- 
or's office. Term expires May, 1867. 

Market Masters — Eastern Market, William 
Kauning. Western Market, vacant. 

Street Commissioner — Patrick Falahee. 

Supervisors — A. T, Hedges, Philip Nestle, 
John P. Waters, John Ryan and Charles 
Klein. 

Board of Aldermen. 

B. H. Tower, President. 

E. L. Chittenden, Clerk. 

1st Ward— D. Hoit and William Wadding- 
ton. 

2d Ward — Benjamin H. Tower and Morris 
Cody. 

3d Ward— Pliny Hoagland and F. Nird- 
linger. 

4th Ward — Dennis Downey and A. P. Ed- 
gerton. 

5th Ward—P. S. Underhill and B. H. Kim- 
ball. 

6th Ward— 

7th Ward- 
Standing Committees of the 
Common Council. 

On Finance — Aldermen Edgerton, Nirdlin 
ger and Tower. 

On Streets — Aldermen Kimball, Hoagland 
and Nirdlinger. 

On Fire — Aldermen Waddington, Cody 
and Kimball. 

0)1 Markets — Aldermen Cody, Downey and 
Underhill. 



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ton and Downc}'. 

On Printing — Aldermen Nirdlinger, Wad- 
dinpton and Cody. 

On Rules and Rigidations — Aldermen Kim- 
ball, Hoagland and Edgerton. 

On Oas — Aldermen Hoagland, Tower and 
Hoit. 

On. Public Grounds — Aldermen Tower, Nird 
linger and ITnderhill. 

On Sewers — Aldermen Tower, Cody and 
Kimball. 



Board of Education. 

Office, Court House. Meets the first and 
third Mondays of each month. 

0. P. Morgan, (president,) Dr. John S. Ir- 
win and Edward Slocum. 

Board of Health. 

Office, City Hall. 

Dr. Isaac M. Rosenthal, Dr. T. P. McCul- 
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Chief Po/i«— William Ward. 

Police Magistrate — Benjamin Saunders. 

Patrolmen. 

Edward Gaffner, William Schoppman, Wil- 
liam Hagermann, F. R. Liniecooley, Detrich 
Myres, Edward Gaifney, Thomas Powers, E. 
C. Penz and Thomas B. Toomey. 

City Fire Department. 

Chief Enyiiieer — Munson Van Geisen. 

\st Assistant Engineer — Joseph B. Fry, 

2(/ Assistant JUngineer — Hirani Poyser. 

Independent Alert Hook and Ladder Co. 
No. 1. Truck House, west side Clinton 
street, corner of East Berry. Meeting Hall, 
south side East Main street, between Clinton 
and Barr. R. Rossington, Foreman. 

Mechanics' Engine Co. No. 1. (Steam.) 
North east corner of Court and Berry. Thos. 
Mannix, Foreman. 

Vigilant Engine Co. No. 2. (Steam.) 
North east corner of Court and Berry. John- 
son Rodabaugh, Foreman. 

Torrent Engine Co. No. 3. West side of 
Clinton, between Berry and Main. Henry W. 
Fry, Foreman. 

The above three companies meet in. Fire- 
man's Hall, north east corner of Court and 
Berry. 

Eagle Engine Co. No. 4. Broadway, be- 
tween Berry and Wayne. T. George Koeble, 
Foreman. 

Protection Engine Co. No. 5. Bass street, 
opposite Prince, south of T. W. & W. Rail- 
way Shops. Chr. Bruns, Foreman. 

Ed. Slocum's No, 6. Lafayette street, be- 
tween Lewis and Montgomery. Henr.y Cole- 
rick, Foreman. 

Mad Anthony No. 7. Independent Hose. 
Ib process of formation. 



CITY FIRK LIMITSr 

All that part of the City of Fort Wayne 
embraced vvithin the following limits, shall be 
known as the fire limits of said city, to-wit ; 
Begining at the intersection of the Wabash 
and Erie Canal with Ewing street, thence east 
along said south line of the canal to the cen- 
ter of Lafayette street, thence south along 
said Lafayette street to its intersection with 
Lewis street, thence west along the center of 
Lewis street to the center of Ewing street, 
thence north along the center of said Ewing 
street to place of begining. 

Ward Boundaries. 

First Ward — Comprises all that part of the 
city lying east of Lafayette street. 

Second Ward — Comprises all that part of 
the city lying west of Lafayette and east of 
Calhoun streets. 

Third Ward — Comprises all that part of 
the city lying west of Calhoun and east of 
Ewing street. 

Fourth Ward — Comprises all that part of 
the city lying west of Ewing and east of 
Broadway. 

Fifth Ward — Comprises all that part of the 
city lying west of Broadway. 

Sixth Ward — Comprises all that part of 
the city lying south and west of Calhoun, 
street. 

Seventh Ward — Comprises all that part of 
the city lying south of Railroad and east of 
Calhoun street. 

City Ordinance, 

IN REGARD TO HACKS, EXPRESS AND DRATS. 

[Extract.] 

•' For conveying passengers, not exceeding 
one mile, fifty cents. Each additional passen- 
ger of the same family or; party, twenty-five 
cents. 

" For conveying a passenger, any distance 
over one mile, and less than two, one dollar ; 
each additional passenger of the same family 
or party, twenty-five cents. 

"Children between the ages of five and 
fourteen, one-half the above prices ; for like 
distance, children under five years of age, no 
charge ; Provided, that the distance from any 
railroad depot or hotel, to any other depot or 
hotel, does not exceed one mile. 

"For the use, by the day, of any hackney 
coach or other voliicle, drawn by two horses, 
or other animals, with one or more passen- 
gers, six dollars. 

" For the use of any such carriage or ve- 
hicle, by the hour, with one or more passen- 
gers, and with the privilege of going from 
place to place — for the first hour, one dollar 
and fifty cents; for the second hour, seventy- 
five cents ; for each succeeding hour, twenty- 
five cents — ordinary baggage included, not 
exceeding one trunk. 

" Draymen, carters and expressmen shall 



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be entitled to receive and ask, for cartage of 
any article, or load of goods, wares or mer- 
chandise, distance not exceeding one mile, 
thirty cents ; for each additional mile, or 
fractional part thereof, ten cents. 

"A refusal on the part of the drivers or 



owners of the above modes of conveyance to 
convey such person or persons, cartage of 
any article, or loads of goods, wares or mer- 
chandise, shall, on conviction, pay a fine of S^ 
not less than one dollar, nor more than one 03 
hundred dollars, and shall forfeit his license. > C3 

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ORPHANS' HOME AND FORT WAYNE HOSPITAL, 
corner of Wayne and Webster streets. 



Located |on the 



Banks and Bankers, 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FORT 
WAYNE. 

Southeast corner Main and Court streets. 
Capital, $200,000. J. D. Nuttman, Presi- 
dent ; John Orff, Vice-President ; W. B. 
Fisher, Cashier ; Samuel T. Hanna, F. Nird- 
linger, J. M. Miller, J. D. Nuttman, John 
Orff, A. S. Evans, A. D. Brandriff, W. B. 
Fisher and B. D. Miner, Directors. 

THE FORT WAYNE NATIONAL BANK, 

(Formerlv Branch Bank.) Southwest corner 
of Main' and Clinton. Capital, $250,000. 
Charles D. Bond, President; Pliny Hoagland, 
Vice-Presideat; J. D. Bond, Cashier; P. 



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liams, 0. P. Morgan and B. W. Oakley, Di- 
rectors. 

MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, OF 
FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 

Northwest corner Main and Calhoun Sts. 
Capital, $100,000. S. Cary Evans, President; 
John Studabaker, Vice-President ; John S. 
Irwin, Cashier ; S. Cary Evans, John Studa- 
baker, D. F. Comparet, S. D. Bayless and D. 
P. Whedon, Directors. 

ALLEN, HAMILTON & CO. 

Hamilton's Block, west side Calhoun, oppo- 
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BAPTIST. 

First Baptist Church — Located on West 
Jefferson street, between Webster and Harri- 
Bon. Edifice in course of erection. Cost 
$15,000. Number of members 150. Hours 
of service 10 1-2 a. m. and 7 1-2 p. m. Rev. 
Gilbert L. Stevens, Pastor. Sunday School 
2 p. m. Number of scholars 160. Thomas 
Stevens, Superintenent. Prayer meeting 
Thursday evenings at 1 1-2 p. m. 

EPISCOPAL. 
Trinity Church — Located on the corner of 
Berry and Fulton streets. Cost of edifice 
$25,000. Number of members 280. Sunday 
School at usual hour. Number of scholars 
120. Rev. James S. Large, Rector. Henry 
W. Bond, Superintendent of Sunday School. 



JEWISH. 
Beth Shalom Congregation — Located on 
the west side of Harrison street, between 
Wayne and Washington. Erected 1848. 
Number of members 50. Services, Friday 
evenings at 5 1-2 p. m., and Saturday morn- 
ings at 9 1-2 a. m. Rev. E. Burin, Rabbi. 

LUTHERAN. 

English Church — Located on the southeaet 
corner of Wayne and Clinton streets. Erect- 
ed 1863. Cost $20,000. Number of mem- 
bers 125. Hours of service 10 1-2 a. m. and 
7 p. m. Rev. W. P. Ruthrauff, Pastor. Sunday 
School 1 1-2 p. m. Number of scholars 120. 
Rev. W. Ruthrauff, Superintendent. Prayer 
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St. John's— Located on the southeast cor- 
O ner of Van Biuen and Washington streets. 
rt Number ot members 500. Erected 1862. 
^Cost 110,000. Hours of service 10 a. m. and 
,*? 2 p. m. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Number ol 
^ schohirs 160. Rev. C. Baumau, Pastor and 

Superintendent. 
rf. St. Paul's (CermaTi)— Located on the west 
Bide of Barr, between Lewis and Jefferson, 
■g Erected 1846. Cost |12,000. Number of 
S members 400. Hours of service 10 a. m., 2 
f-^ p. m. and 1 p. m. Rev. William Lihler, Pas- 
te tor. W. S. Stubnatzy, Assistant Pastor. 
^ Sunday School 2 p. m. Number of scholars 
S 500. Rev. Wm. Sihler, Superintendent. 

^ METHODIST. 

'c3 Rev. S. N. Campbell, Presiding Elder. 

^ Bebuy Street Charge — Located on the 
kS ' corner of Berry and Harrison streets. Erect- 
ed ed 1?55. Dedicated 1865. Vahied at $2.5,- 
O 000. Number of member 238. Hours of 

2 service 10 1-2 a. m. and 7 p. m. Rev. N. H. 
- Phillips, Pastor. Sunday School 2 p. m. 

-~2 Number of scholars 210. C. S. Smith, Su- 
§ perintendent. Prayer meeting Thurdays 7 1-2 
•*^ p. m. 

*g Wayne Street Charge — Located on the 
^ comer of West Wayne and Broadway streets. 

M Number of members 200. Building erected 

^ 1850. Hours of service 10 12 a. m. and 7 p. 
qJ m. W. F. Hemenway, Pastor. Sunday 
O School 2 p. m. Number of scholars 3uO. H. 

Eg C. Hartman, Superintendent. Prayer meet- 
O iiig Thursdays 7. p. m. 

^ German Chcrch— Located on the north- 
^ west corner of Washington and Fulton streets 
rt Number of members 40. Hours of service 
Pt*10 1-2 a. m. and 7 1-2 p. m. Louis Dunkir, 
S Pastor. Sunday School 9 a. m. Number of 
O scholars 26. Christian Hetler,^ Superintend^- 

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^ Mission — Located on the southeast corner 

Cd of Hariison and Dawson streets. Erected 

fa 1867. Number of members 43. Hours of 

§ service 10 1-2 a. m. and 7 p. m. Rev. Andrew 

j=j J. Wells, Pastor. Sunday School 2 p. m. 

•■^ Number of scholars 55. Charles Emery, 

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g PRESBYTERIAN. 

Cd First Presbyterian Church — Located on 

PQ the southeast corner of Clinton and Berry 

streets. Erected 1845, Cost $25,000. 

2 Dedicated November, 1862, enlarged in 1865, 



and reopened in October of the same year. 
Number of members 310. Services 10 1-2 
a. m. and 7 1-2 p. m. Prayer meeting every 
Wednesday evening at 7 1-2 p. m. Sunday 
School 2 p. m. Number of scholars 300. 
Rev. John M. Lowrie, Pastor. 

Second Presbyterian (New School)— hoc&- 
ted on the south side of West Berry, be- 
tween Webster and Ewing streets. Elected 
1846. Number of members 170. Hours of 
service 10 1-2 a. m. and 7 p. m. Rev. George 
Little, Pastor. Sunday School 2 p m. Num- 
ber of scholars 150. R. S. Taylor, Superin- 
tendent. Prayer meeting every Wednesda7 
at 7 p. ra. 

Presbyterian Chapel and Sabbath School 
—(Attached to First Presbyterian Church.) 
Located on the northeast corner of Calhoun 
and Holman streets. Erected 1866. Hour of 
service 3 1-2 p. m. Sunday School 2 p. m. 
Number of scholars 100. J. B. McDonald, 
Superintendent. 

DUTCH REFORMED. 
Located on the southeast corner of Web-| 
ster and Washington. Erected 1846. Num-I 
ber of members 330. Hours of service 10 1-2 
a. in. and 7 1-2 p. m. Rev. John H. Klein, 
Pastor. Sunday School 2 p. m, Number of 
scholars 12o. Rev. J. H. Klein, Superintend- 
ent. Lecture Thursdays at 7 1-2 p. m. 
ROMAN CATHOLIC. 
Right Rev. John H. Luers, Bishop of Fort 
Wayne. 

Cathedral located east side of Calhoun,| 
between Lewis and Jefferson streets. Erect- 
ed in 1860. Cost $50,000. Number ol, 
members 3,000. Very Rev. Julian Benoit,; 
pastor; Rev. E. P. Walters, assistiint. Masijl 
at 8 a. m. Sermon and High Mass, 10 a. m. 
High Mass daily at 7^ a. m. 

St. Mary's ((?e?-»Km.)— Southeast corner o 
Jefiferson and Lafayette sts. Building erectec 
1858, at a cost of $40,000. Number of mem 
bers 1,300. Hours of service, — Mass at 8 a 
m. ; sermon and high mass, 10 1-2 .i. m. ; ves 
peis, 2 1-2 p. m. Rev. Joseph Wentz, pastor 
Rev. Anthony Heitman, assistant. Mai^s ever 
morning at 7 o'clock. 



St. Paul's ((?erma>i.)— Southeast corner W 
Washington and Griffith. Number of mem 
bers 50Tj. Cost $4,000. Erected in 186f 
Hours of service,— Mass at 8 a. m ; servicei 
and high mass, 10 1-2; vespers 2 p. m 
mass daily at 7 a. m. Rev. E. Konig, pat 
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LINDENWOOD CEMETERY. 

This Cemetery is situated about one and a 
half miles west of Fort Wayne, and contains 
one hundred and sixty acres of land, which 



was purchased by a company of gentlemen i 
I 1859, and set apart and consecrated thc_ fo. 
lowing year as a place to be used exclusivel| 
for the burial of the dead. The following ai 
the officers: 



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ALLEN COUNTY REGISTER. 



President. — I. D. G. Nelson. 
Trustees.— J. L. Williams, H. McCulloch, P. 
Hoagland, 0. P. Morgan, I. D. G. Nelson. 
Secretary and Treasure^-. — J. D. Bond. 
Superintendejit. — John H. Dorwell. 

CATHOLIC CEMETERY. 

Southwest of city limits, and South of 
Railroad. 



JEWISH CEMETERY. 
Southwest of city limits, Blufftoa Road. 

LUTHERAN CEMETERY. p 

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Clubs. 



Base Ball Clubs. 

SUMMIT CITY BASE BALL CLUB. 

Meet on call at Court House. C. E. Gor- 
iham. President ; J. E. Hill, Vice-President; 
, H. H. Chamberlain, Secretary ; Henry Wilder, 
Treasurer, 

KEKIONGA BASE BALL CLUB. 

Meets Court House. Call meetings and 
regular meetings first of each month. R. J. 



Williman, President ; John R. Hoagland, Vice 
President ; F. A. Gorham, Secretary ; H. 
Avers, Treasurer ; Cliarles Gorham, Corres- 
ponding Secretary ; H. Delhi, Captain. 

PENDAGGER CLUB. 

Organized June 11, 1848. Meets the first 
Saturday evening of each month, Columbia st, 
between Calhoun and Clinton. W. J. Van 
Schuyver, President ; E. L. Chittenden, Sec- 
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Colleges and Academies. 

iCONCORDIA GERMAN EVANGELICAL 
LUTHERAN COLLEGE. 

Maumee Road, near East city limits. Dr. 
W. Sihler, President ; G. Alex. Saxer, Di- 
rector ; R. Lange, G. Schick, W. Acheubach, 
Professors ; F. W. Reinke, Steward. 

This College i.« beautifully located in a fine 
grove on the Maumee (Van Wert,) Road, 
near the east city limits. The buildings are 
spacious and substantially built of brick, and 
with capacity for accommoilating a large 
number of students, but owing to the large 
number of applications for admission intend 
erecting a new addition to their present build- 
ing during the coming year. The institution 
is conducted under the auspices of the Ger- 
man E. L. Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and other 
States. 

FORT WAYNE COLLEGE, 

Located West end of Wayne Street. 

" Fort Wayne College," under its present 
organization, is the result of a consolidation 
of the Fort Wayne Female College and the 
Fort Wayne Collegiate Institute on the 10th 
day of October, 1855. The first of these was 
intended exclusively for the education of fe- 
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males and females, is under the patronage of 
the Northwestern Indiana Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Trustees. — Isaac Jenkinson, President: John 
M. Miller. Treasurer ; H. C. Hartman, Secre- 
tary ; Rev. R. D. Robinson, Financial Agent. 

Business Colleges. 

FORT WAYNE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. 
This Institution is one of the most flourish- 
ing and thorough in the United States The 
number of talented men composing the Fa- 
culty, the superior fiicilities offered for a 
thorough Business Education, and the vast 
number of Graduates it sends out every year, 
who are now occupying positions in the larg- 
est wholesale, retail, commission and banking J^ 
houses in the city and country, prove that m 
the chances for success to the graduates of o 
this college are far superior to those of other ^ 
institutions of the kind in the country. To ^ 
those that enter this college, with a full de- ^H 
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FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

H. H. Lipes, President and Proprietor. 

Hon. J. L. Worden, D. P. AVhedon, Lec- 
turers on Political Economy. 

John Colerick, Lecturer on Modern and 
Ancient History. 

Rev. G. 0. Little, Lecturer on Commercial 
Ethics. 



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SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF TIIE INCORPO. 
RATED TOWNS OF ALLEN COUNTY. 

Dr. J. S, Irwin, Treasurer and Secretary, 
Ft. Wayne ; E. G. Coverdale, Monroeville , 
Col. C. E. Bryant, New Haven. Meet on call. 

J. H Smart, Superintendent of Public 
Schools" Office, Hisrli School, southwest cor- 
ner Jefferson and Griffith. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Localied Jefferson, corner of Van Buren- 
Number of scholars, 85. 

Wra. B. T. Smith, Principal ; Miss Mary A. 
Granger, Miss Mary J. Wightman, Assistants. 

WEST DIVISION SCHOOL. 

Located Jefferson, corner of Van Buren. 
Number of scholars, 990. 

Grammar. — Miss Carrie B. Sharp, Princi- 
pal ; Miss Sophia Taylor, Assistant. 

Intermediate. — Isaac Mahurin, Principal ; 
Mrs. Susan C. Hoffman, Miss M L. Mihurin, 
Miss Abbie W. Phelps, Miss Laura A. Kimball, 
Miss Frank C. Sinclear, Miss Eliza Harter, 
Miss Lyde J. Wilson, Assistants. 

EAST DIVISION SCHOOL. 

Located Clay, corner Washington. Num- 
ber of scholars, 34fi. 

Grammar. — A. J. Wales, Principal. 

Intermediate. — S. F. Smart, Principal ; Geo. 
W. Swimley, Miss Elsie A. Stuart, Miss Ca- 
therine Gerry, Miss Frank Huxford, Miss 
Maggie Tower, Assistants. 

SOUTH DIVISION SCHOOL. 

Located Hoagland Avenue, corner Butler. 
Number of scholars, . 

Miss Mary E. Hadley, Principal; Miss 
Georgia A. Hadley, Miss Kate D. Turner, As- 
sistants. 

DISTRICT NO. 1. 

Located northwest corner Marion and Bow- 
ser. Number of scholars, 60. 
Nicholas T. Rue, Teacher. 

Select Schools. 

ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. 

Located southwest corner Clinton and Jef- 
ferson. Average attendance, '200. 



Bro. Bernard, Superior ; Bro. Daniel, Bro. 
Ephraim, Bro. Ambrose, Teachers. 

SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE. 

Located southwest corner Calhoun and Jef- 
ferson. Number of pupils, 200. 

Sister Margaret Mary, Superior ; eight Sis- 
ters teachers. 

GERMAN REFORMED, (PAROCHIAL.) 

Located rear of German Reformed Church, 
southeast corner Webster and Washington. 

J. J. Webber, Principal Grammar Depart- 
ment. Numberof scholars, 115. J.Stephen, 
Teacher Primary Department. Number of 
scholars, 50. 

ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL, (PAROCHIAL.) 

Located east side of Van Buren, between 
Washington and Jefferson. 

Frederick Hassfurther, Teacher. Number 
of pupils, 160. 

ST. PAUL'S GERMAN EVANGELICAL 
LUTHERAN SCHOOL, (GERMAN.) 

Located northeast corner Madison and Barr. 

Male Department. — Benjamin Gotch, Prin- 
cipal ; Henry Leser, John Riedel, C. Stricter, 
Assistants. Female Department Building im- 
mediately opposite. Number of scholars, 50. 
Dr. Sihler, Director. Connected with thii 
are two branch schools, one on Columbia 
road, four miles from the city ; the other on 
Coldwater road, four miles from the city, each 
taught by Daniel Lindeman. 

ST. MARY'S GERMAN CATHOLIC 
SCHOOL. 

Located southwest corner of Jefferson and 
Lafayette sts. 

Rev. Joseph Wentz, Director; Januarius 
Higi, Teacher; Charles Geiger, Assistant, male 
department. Number of male scholars, 175. 
The Female Department adjoining the church 
is under the control and taught by the Sisters 
of Mere}'. Number of scholars, 160. 

St. Paul's German Catholic School, east" 
side Griffith bet Wayne and Washington 
(rear of Church,) Peter Mettler, Principal. 

Branch or (Primary Dejurtment,) north- 
west corner Washington and Griffith. Frank 
Edier, teacher. Number of sclfolars, 64. 

Hebrew School, southwest corner Wayne 
and Harrison. 



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Incorporated Oompaiiies. 



FORT WAYNE AGRICULTURAL WORKS. 
CAPITAL, $30,000. 
Jesse R. Straughan, President ; John S. 
Larwell, Secretary and Treasurer. 



FORT WAYNE GAS LIGHT CO. 

A. P. Edgerton, President ; H. H. Edger- 
ton. Secretary ; James H. Walker, Superin- 
tendent ; James M. Nort, Collector. 



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ALLEN COUNTY REGISTER. 183 



Albert P. Edgerton ; R. E. Fleming ; S- 
Medbury; Henry H. Edgerton ; B. D. Angell 
Directors. Charter issued August 9, 1853. 

FORT WAYNE BOARD OF UNDER- 
WRITERS. 
Organized Nov. 19, 1866. F. P. Randall 



President ; John Hough, Vice President ; Dr. 
John S. Irwin, Treasurer ; George W. Dur- 
gin, Jr., Secretary ; S. S. Lumbard, H. 0. 
Hartman, H. H. Bossier, Executive Com- 
mittee. 



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Insurance Companies. 



BANNER INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Organized 1862. Wm. B. Currier, Pre- 
sident ; W. S. Smith, Vice President ; H. G. 
Farr, Secretary and Treasurer ; E. W. Cur- 
rier, Assistant General Agent ; Benj. J. Mor- 
ris, Directors. 

FORT WAYNE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Office in Hamilton's New Block. Capital, 
$200,000. A. M. Orbison, President ; J. 
W. Whitney, Vice President ; G. C. McAl- 
laster. Secretary and Treasurer ; Geo. McAl- 
laster, Gen'l Agent. C. Tresselt, A. M. Or- 



bison, J. W. Whitney, G. C. McAllaster, 
Geo. McAllaster, Directors. 

STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, FORT 
WAYNE, INDIANA. 

Insured and Authorized by State Author- 
ity, $100,000. Organized Sept. 30, 1863. 
Capital $400,000. James L. Worden ; S. 
Lumbard ; 0. Bird ; George W. Babcock, Di- 
rectors. James L. Worden, President; 0. 
Bird, Vice President; S. Lumbard, Secre- 
tary ; Geo. W. Babcock, General Agent. 



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Judiciary. 



CRIMINAL COURT. 

Terms — First Mondays in April and No- 
▼ember at Court House. 

COMMON PLEAS COURT. 
Terms — Third Mondays in February and 
July. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. 

First Monday in each month. 

COMMON PLEAS COURT, 20th DISTRICT. 
J. W. Bordin, Judge. 



CRIMINAL CIRCUIT COURT. 
James A: Fay, Judge. 
R. S. Taylor, Prosecuting Attorney. 

CIVIL COURT, 10th DISTRICT. 

^emis— Third Mondays in April and No- 
vember. 

Wm. Fleming, elk, office Court House. 

D. P. Whedon, Commissioner of Circuit 
Court, of the State of Indiana, office north- 
west corner Main and Calhoun. 



Ijibr?aries and Reading Rooms. 



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TOWNSHIP LIBRARY. 
In Court House Building. Open every 
Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Num- 
ber of Volumes 1,100. N. T. Rue, Librarian. 
GERMAN TURNERS, (TURN VEREIN.) 
Turners' Hall, Berry st. opp. Court. 
WORKINGMEN'S INSTITUTE AND 

LIBRARY. 
Organized August, 1854. Rooms in Court 
House. The younger members of the Insti- 
tute will meet at the Institute room every 
Tuesday evening during the Spring and Sum- 
mer, for discussion. Library large and well 



assorted — over 1,000 Volumes. New mem- 
bers always welcome, and received at any 
time. B. W. Oakley, President ; I. Knapp, 
Secretary ; C. W. Allen, Treasurer and Li- 
brarian. 

FORT WAYNE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. 

Organized May loth, 1859. Meets every 
Thursday and Saturdays for discussion, reg- 
ular meetings for business Third Saturdays of 
each month. The object of this Society ia 
improvement by means of its Library and 
Lyceum, and the relief of worthy objects of 
Charity. William B. Walters, President. 



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Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Democrat, 
(daily in evening, weekly Wednesday,) E. & J. 
F. Zimmermam, editors and proprietors. No. 
1, Phoenix block, Calhoun. 

Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Gazette, 
(daily in evening, weekly, Wednesday,) Isaac 
Jenkinson, editor and proprietor, office 
125 Columbia. 



Indiana Staats Zeitung, (weekly) Saring 
hausen and Kanipe, editors and proprietors, 
northeast corner Columbia and Clinton. 

Dollar Weekly Press, David W. Jones & 
Son, proprietors and publishers, office Pearl 
St. rear Keystone block. 



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Parks. 



FORT WAYNE TROTTING PARK. 

North side St. Mary's River between N. 
Calhoun street and Spy Run. 

FORT WAYNE PUBLIC PARK. 

North side St. Mary's river, south of Trot- 
ting Park. 



WEST MARKET PLACE. 

Broadway street between Wayne and Berry. 
EAST MARKET PLACE. 
street between Washington and 



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Way Mail T. W. & [ 

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10: 00 A. M. 



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STAGE AND HORSE MAILS. 



Bluffton, Ind. 
Kendiillville 



(daily) 



Decatur, Mondays, Wed-) 

nesdays and Fridays. J 
Tuesdays, Thursdays ) 

and Saturdays. j 

Albion, Tuesdays and ) 

Fridays. ) 

Mondays and Thursdays. 
Jarvis, Mondays, Wed-) 
nesdays and Fridays, j 
Tuesdays, Thursdays ) 

and Saturdays. J 

Zanesville, Tuesdays ) 

and Fridays. ) 

Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Liberty Mills, Ind. 

every Saturday. 
Fridays. 
Hicksville, 0., Thursdays. 
Thursdays, 



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LEAVES 


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Note— For Post Office Laws and Regulations see List of Money Order and Post Offices. 

Arrival and Departure of Mails. 

Mails by Railway arrive and close at Fort 
Wayne, as follows: 

ARRIVE. CLOSE 

New York City and [ 7 a.m. 11: 4.5 a.m. 

New England States f 6 p. m. 7 : 00 p. m. 

Philadelphia Pa. and / 7 a.m. 11 :45 a.m. 

South East f 6 p. M. 7 p. m. 

Pittsburgh Pa. Cincin-[ 7 a. m. 10 : 30 a. m. 

nati and Cleveland. J 6 p.m. 7 : 00 p. m. 

Chicago North West. I 7 a. m. 11 : 45 a. m. 

States and Ter. j 12 a.m. 4;30p. m 

Toledo, Detroit Mich. 7 a. m. 10: 00 a. m. 

Saint Louis, Mo. ) 7 a. m. 7 : 00 p. m.' 

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S Public Halls, Offices, Blocks and 

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Aveline House Block, southeast corner 
Calhoun and Berry streets. 

Burgess Block, southeast corner Court and 
Main streets. 



Central Block, west side Calhoun, between 
Wayne and Berry srreets. 

City Calaboose, east side Court House, be- 
tween Main and Berry streets. 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 



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City Clerk's Office, 9 Clinton street. 

City Engineer's Office, 9 Clinton street. 

City Fire Engine House, northeast corner 
Court and Berry streets. 

City Hall, Court House. 

Colerick'.s Hall, north side Columbia, be- 
tween Barr and Clinton streets. 

Commercial College, south side Main, be- 
tween Calhoun and Clinton streets. 

County Auditor's Office, Court House. 

County Clerk's Office, Court House. 
, County Commissioner's Office, Court House. 

County Jail, west side N. Calhoun, on St. 
Mary's River. 

County Recorder's Office, Court House. 

County Sheriff's Office, Court House. 

County Superintendent of Public Schools 
Office, High School. 

County Suiveyor's Office, Court House. 

County Treasurer's Office, Court House. 

Court House, east side Calhoun, between 
Main and Berry streets. 

Fireman's Hall, south side Main, between 
Barr and Clinton streets. 

Fireman's Hall, north east corner Court 
and Berry streets. 

Good Templar's Hall, Old Odd Fellow's 
Hall. 

Grand Army of the Republic, Old Odd Fel- 
low's Hall. 

Hamilton Block, 46 and 48 Calhoun street. 

Hamilton's Hall and Building, Calhoun 
Btreet, opposite Court House. 

Hedekin's Hall, southeast corner Barr and 
Columbia streets. 

Keystone Block, corner Calhoun and Col- 
umbia streets. 

McDougal's Block, northwest corner Cal- 
houn and Berry streets. 

Market House, (east end,) Barr, between 
Wayne and Berry streets. 



Market House, (west end,) west side Broad- 
way, between Wayne and Berry streets. 

Masonic Hall, Stewart's Building, Calhoun 
street, opposite Court House. 

Mayor's Office, 9 Clinton street. 

Odd Fellow's Hall, Post Office Building. 

Odd Fellow's Hall, (old) east side Calhoun, 
between Columbia and Main streets. 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail- 
way Freight Depot, north side Railroad, be- 
tween Clinton and Barr streets. 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail- 
way Passenger Depot, north side Railroad, be- 
tween Clinton and Calhoun streets. 

Phoenix Block, west side Calhoun, between 
Main and Columbia. 

Post Office Building, east side Court, be- 
tween Main and Berry streets. 

Robinson's Block, west side Harrison, oppo- 
site Columbia street. 

Stewart Building, Calhoun street opposite 
Court House. 

Thieme & Bro.'s Building, northeast corner 
Columbia and Clinton streets. 

Townley's Block, northeast corner Columbia 
and Calhoun streets. 

Township Assessor's Office, northwest cor 
ner Main and Calhoun streets. 

Turner Hall, south side Berry, between Cal- 
houn and Clinton streets, opposite Court 
House. 

Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway 
Freight Depot, east side Railroad, between 
Calhoun and Harrison streets. 

Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway Pas- 
senger Depot, south side Railroad, between 
Clinton and Calhoun streets. 

Union Block, northwest corner Main and 
Clinton streets. 

United States Internal Revenue Office, 44 
Calhoun street. 



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FORT WAYNE COMMANDERY. No. 4, 
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. 

Instituted December, 1854. Meets in 
Stewart's Building, Thursday evenings, semi- 
monthly. Officers— S. H. Shoaff, E. C; D. P. 
Whedon, G.; George Voorhis, C. G.; B. D. 
Angell, P.; A. G. Bonett, Sec, M. B. Strong, 
Treas. 

FORT WAYNE COUNCIL, No. 4., R. & S. M- 
Instituted May 6, 1855. Meets Wayne 
Lodge Room, Saturday evenings, semi-month- 
ly. Stated meetings, second Wednesday of 
each month. Officers — George Voorhis, T. 
J.; Joseph Freeman, D. G. M.; B. D. Angell, 
P. C. W.; L. Dessaur, C. G. 



FORT WAYNE CHAPTER R. A. M., No. 19. 
Instituted May, 1851. Meets McDougnl 
Block. Stated meeting first Wednesday in 
each month. Special meetings third and 
fourth Wednesday in each month. Officers — 
Sol. D. Bayless, 13. P. ; W. D. Newman, K. ; 
Joseph Freeman, S. ; Louis Dessaur, C. 11. ; 
B. D. Angell, R. A. C. ; W. B. Foster, P. S. ; 
P. S. Underbill, Treas. ; William Akhurst, 
Sec. 

WAYNE LODGE. No. 25, A. F. & A. M. 

Instituted May, 1823. Meets Masonic Halli 
McDougal's Block, Tuesday night of each 
week. Officers—^. H. Sh"oaff, W. M. ; R. 
Mudge, S. W. ; D. B. Andrews, J. W. ; B. 
Saunders, Sec. ; G. H. Wilson, Treas. ; E. 
Pierce, S. D. ; M. Wines, J. D. 



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FORT WAYNE CITY AND 



SUMMIT CITY LODGE, No. 170 A F. & A. M. 
Instituted May, 1855. Meets Stewart's, 
, Hall, Calhoun street. Stated meetings first 
C> Friday of each month. Special meetings 
P each Friday. Officers — George Voorhis, W. 
^M. ; David Hoit, S. W. ; William Wadding- 
(^ ton, J. W. ; Orion T. Thomas, S. D. ; W. 
t> Goefrey, J. D. 



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SOL. D. BAYLESS LODGE, (U. D.) 
Meets Masonic Hail, McDougal's Block, 
Monday evening of eacii week. Officer's — J. 
M. Combs, W. M. ; A. AVaring, S. W. ; M. S. 
Bulger, J. W. ; William Akhurst, Sec. ; W. 
B. Johnson, S. D. ; T. B. Shoaff, J. D. ; A. 
Hattersley, Treas. 

ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH 
RITE. 

The several bodies of the A. & A. R. were 
inaugurated in Fort Wayne, January 19, 
1867, under authority of the Supreme Coun- 
cil for the Northern Jurisdiction of the Uni- 
ted States of America, whose Grand East is 
in the City of New York, and the Grand 
Consistorv of Indiana. 

The following officers were duly elected 
P and installed : 

•g I^ort Wayne Lodge of Perfection, No. 2. 

S Sol. D. Bavless. T. P. G. M. ; S. H. Shoaff, 
M D. G. M. ; B'. D. Angell, V. S. G. W. ; J. M. 
•^ Godown, V. J. G. W. ; Wm. Waddington, G. 

rtT 0. ; M. B. Strong, G. T. ; C. B. Oakley, G. S. 

O & K. of S. ; Wm. T. Foster, G. M. of C- ; 0. N. 
Eg Hinkle, G. C. of C. ; A. T. Hattersley, G. H.; 
O Ed. Bean, G. T. 

Fort Wayne Council of Princes of Jerusalem, 
No. 1. 

Sol. D. Bayless, M. E. S. P. G. M. ; S. H. 
Shoaff, G. H. P. ; B. D. Angell, M. E. S. G. 
W. ; J. M. Godown, M. E. J. G. W. ; C. B. 
Oakley, V. G. S. & K. of S. ; M. B. Strong, 
V. G.T. . W. T. Foster, V. G. M. of C; 0. 
N. Hinkle, V. G. M, of E. ; Ed. Bean, G. T. 

Fort Wayne Post Croix Cliapier, No. 1. 

Sol. D. Bayless, M, W. & P. M. ; S. H- 
Shoaff, M. E. P. K. S. W. ; B. D. Angell, M. 
E. P. K. J. W. ; Wm. Waddington, P. E. P. 
K. G. 0. ; M. B. Strong, R. P. K. G. T. ; 0. 
B. Oakley, R. P. K. G. S. ; A. T. Hattersley, 



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R. P. K. G. H. ; W. T. Foster, R. P. K. G. M. 
of C. ; 0. N. Hinkle, R. P. K. G. G. of T. : 
Ed. Bean, R. R. S. 

Fort Wayne Consistory, No. 1. 
Sol. D. Bavless, 111. Com. in Chief; S. H- 
Shoaff, 111. 1st Lieut. Com. ; B. D. Angell, 111 
2d Lieut. Com. ; W. Waddington, 111. M. of 
G. & G. 0.; D. P. Whedon, 111. G. C. ; C. B. 
Oaklev, III. G. S. & K. of S. ; M. B. Strong, 
111. G." T. ; T. B. ShoaflF, 111. G. E. & A. ; A. 
T. Hattersley, 111. G. H. ; W. T. Foster, 111. 
G. M. of C ; 0. N, Hinkle, 111. G. C. of G. ;* 
Ed. Bean, 111. G. S. B. 

Independent Order of Odd 
Fellows. 

FORT WAYNE LODGE, No. 14. 
Instituted October, 1 843. Meets every 
Monday evening, in Hall east side Court 
street', over Post Office. Officers — Robert 
Crau, N. G. ; Chas. Munson, Sec. 

HARMONY LODGE, No. 19. 

Instituted January SI, 1845. Meets every 
Thursday evening, in Hall east side Court 
street, over Post Office. Officers — Cordon 
Green, N. G. ; Wm. Gore, Sec. 

CONCORDIA LODGE, No. 228. 

Instituted January 15, 1862. Meets every 
Wednesday evening, in Hall east side Court 
street, over Post Office. Officers — Martin 
Heingartner, N. G. ; Fred. C. Koenig, Sec. 

SUMMIT CITY ENCAMPMENT, No. 16. 

Instituted November, 1849. Meets first 
and third Saturday evenings in each month, 
in Hall east side Court str^ et, over Post 
Office. Officers — Lorin Smitli, II. P. ; George 
Rawson, Scribe. 

Independent Order of Good 
Templars. 

SUMMIT CITY LODGE, No. 14, L 0. G. T. 

Organized December 3, 1866. Meets every 
Monday evening, at Odd Fellows' Hall, oppo- 
site Keystone Block. Number of members, 
94, 



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Societies, Etc. 



ALLEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AND 
HORTICTLTURAL SOCIETY. 
Meet every Saturday at 1 p. m. Rooms> 
third floor, Court House. President, Thomas 
Covington, Aboit Township; Vice-Presidents, 
A. Sink, Wayne Township, and Thomas Mc- 
intosh, Adams ; Secretary, L. M. Ninde, 
Fort Wayne ; Treasurer, S. J. Housh, Fort 
Wayne. 



LAFAYETTE FRENCH BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY. 

Meets Hedekin's Hall, every second Satur- 
day of each month, at 7^ p. m. Number of 
members 100. A. H. Carier, President ; C. 
F. Eme, Vice-Prresident ; A. Parnin, Record- 
ing Secretary ; Jules Albert, Corresponding 
Secretary; J. B. Chauvey, Treasurer; Frank 
Manier, Ordinance Commissioner. 



MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 2 Keystone Block. 



ALLEN COUNTY KEGISTEB. 



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ALLEN COUNTY BIBLE SOCIETY. 
Organized June 5, 1844. Rooms IS Colum- 
bia street. Rev. R. D. Bobinson, President ; 
Rev. G. 0. Little, Secretary ; A. S. Evans, 
Treasurer and Depository. 

ALLEN COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCI- 
ATION. 

Organized 1842. Number of members 40. 
Meet, on call, at the rooms of the Working- 

mens' Institute, Court House. Murray, 

President ; William Bruebach, Vice-Presi- 
dent; W. H. Brooks, Treasurer; A. J. Erwin, 
Secretary. 

FORT WAYNE GERMAN TURN VEREIN. 

Organized March 10, IS-^r}. Meet at Tur- 
ners Hall, Berry street, opposite Court street, 
Monday evenings, semi-monthly. Exercise 
Tuesday and Friday nights of each week. 
Albert Schoenbein, President ; Frank B. Vo- 
gel, 1st Turn Wart ; George Horr, 2d Turn 
Wart; John C. McGoetz, Corresponding Sec- 
retary. 

THE LINDEN AMATEUR DRAMATIC AS- 
SOCIATION OF FOilT WAYNE. 

Organized February 20, 1867. William 
Akhurst, President; George W. Durgin, Jr., 
Secretary and Treasurer ; E. P. Edsall, Stage 
Manager ; E. L. Chittenden, Prompter. 

YOUNG MENS' AID SOCIETY OF THE GER- 
MAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

Meets Union Block, Clinton street. Wed" 
nesday evening of each week. Jacob Miller, 
President ; Simeon Stephens, Secretary ; H. 
P. Vordermark, Treasurer. 

GERMAN CARL BARROM(EUS SOCIETY. 

Meet fiist Sunday of each month, at Ger- 
man Catholic School House, corner JefTersori 
and Lafayette streets. Lorenzo Meyer, Pres- 
ident ; John Rupple, Vice-President ; E. 
Weber, Secretary ; John Mohr, Treasurer ; 
Peter Schulz, Marshall. 



ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL SOCIETY. 
Meets first Sunday of each month. Henry 
Monning, President ; Henry Treutman, Sec- 
retary ; Peter Schulz, Treasurer. 

FORT WAYNE SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. 

Meets quarterly, first Sabbath in the month. 
A. S. Evans, Piesident ; W. J. Taylor, Re- 
cording Secretary ; J. E. Graham, Corres- 
ponding Secretary. 

HIBERNIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Meet at Cody's Hall, Columbia street, 24th 
day of each month. Morris Cody, President; 
Thomas Mannix, Vice-President ; JohnO'Con- 
nell. Secretary. 

GERMAN WORKINGMEN'S SOCIETY. 

Meets first Saturday of each mouth, at 28 
West Main street. A. Neuroth, President; 
George Keller, Vice-President ; John Zink, 
Financial Secretary ; George Kronniueller, 
Recording Secretary ; Philip Shieiferstein, 
Treasurer. 

SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE. 
Southeast corner Calhoun and 
streets. {See Farochial Schools.) 



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YOUNG MENS' CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION O 

Meets first and third Tuesdays of each 
month, in Hamilton's Hall Building. H. J. 2. 
Rudisill, President ; Rev. 0. Little and Dr. P* 
John Irwin, Vice-Presidents; George W. 
Durgin, Jr., Corresponding Secretary ; 



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Johnson, Recording Secretary ; Charles Mc- Bh 



CuUoch, Treasurer. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

The regular meetings of the Fort Wayne 



Post of the Grand Army of the Republic are 
held on Friday evenings, in the Odd Fellows 
Hall, on Calhoun srreet. All honorably dis- 
charged soldiers are invited to send in their 
applications for enlistment. Po'it Officers — 
Robert S. Robertson, Post Commander; Rob- 
ert Leper, St>nior Vice Post Commander ; — 



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John J. White, Post Adjutant ; Ed. N. Ed- 
monds, Post Quartermaster ; John Broom, 
Post Chaplain ; J. S. Gregg, Post Surgeon. 



Telegraph. & Transportation Cos. 



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Telegraph Cos. 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 
C. K. Jones, Manager. Office, northwest 
corner Berry and Calhoun streets. 

Railroads. 

PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE AND CHI. 
CAGO RAILWAY. 
Extending from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 



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to Chicago, Illinois, 468 miles. Principal 
office at Pittsburgh. 

TOLEDO, WABASH AND WESTERN RAIL- 
WAY CO. , 
Extending from Toledo to Quincy, Illinois, ^ 
and Keokuk, Iowa, 617 miles. Principal office CD 
at Toledo. 

Express and Fast Freight. 

MERCHANTS' UNION EXPRESS CO. 
H. A. Read, Agent. Office 76 Columbia 
street. 



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FORT WAYNE CITY AND ALLEN CO. REGISTER. 






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U. S. EXPRESS CO. 

C. L. Smith, Agent. Office, Harrison, head 
of Columbia street. 



AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. 

C. L. Smith, Agent. Office, Harrison, head 
of Columbia street. 



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C. L. Smith, Agent. Office, Harrison, head 
of Columbia street. 



Stage and Omnibus Lines. 

Leaves. 

Kendallville 8 o'clock a. m., Daily. 

Bluffton " " 

Ligonier, Albion, &c. " " " 

Auburn & Waterloo. " " Tri-weekly. 

Decatur " _ " " 

Tlie Kendallville, Bluffton and Ligonier, 
stage starts from the Main Street Exchange 
Hotel. The others start from the Hedekin 
House, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdaya. 

CITY OMNIBUS AND HACK LINE. 
C. P. Fletcher, proprietor. Office, 4^ Ave- 
line House Block. 



Trades Directory. 



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FORT WAYNE TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, 

NO. 84. 

Meets first Monday (7| P. M.,) of each 
month, at Robinson's Block, Harrison street. 
Harvey Wells, President ; George Elliott, 
Vice President ; Thomas Leonard, Treasurer; 
William Smith, Sergeant at Arms ; Ged Rey- 
houser, Financial and Corresponding Secre- 
tary. 

BOILER MAKERS' PROTECTIVE UNION. 

Meets Tuesday evening of each week, at 
old Odd Fellows' Hall, Calhoun street. 



MACHINISTS' & BLACKSMITHS' UNION- 

Meets every Thursday evening of eacTi week 
at old Odd Fellows' Hall, Calhoun street. 

THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE FOOT- 
BOARD, (BOARD OF ENGINEERS.) 

Instituted at Detroit, Mich., Aug. 17, 1863, 
reorganized at Boston, Mass., Nov. 19, 1866, 
meet at Union Hall, 19 Clinton street. Wil- 
liam T. Jackson, C. E.; E. 0. Poole, F. E?; 
William Darker, S. E.; William H. Conklin, 
F. A. E.; H. Stocking, S. A. E.; G. W.Welch, 
F. A. E.; T. Dyer, Guide; Charles Wilson, 0. 
C. E., Rochester, New York. 



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OFFICERS FOR THE TENTH DISTRICT OF INDIANA. 



W. H. Withers, Collector Tenth District of 
Indiana. Office, No. 44 Calhoun street, Fort 
Wayne. 

Geo. D. Copeland, Assessor Tenth District 
of Indiana. Residence, Goshen. 

A. G. Barnett, Assistant Assessor for Divi- 
sion No. 1, Allen Co. Office, 44 Calhoun st., 
Fort Wayne. 

Alexander Hall, Assistant Assessor for 
Whitley Co. 

Walter Scott, Assistant Assessor for Kosci- 
usko Co. 



Chas. H. Chase, Assistant Assessor for Elk- 
hart Co. 

John C. Gurnea, Assistant Assessor for La 
Grange Co. 

0. W. Parish, Assistant Assessor for Steu- 
ben Co. 

Frank M. Willis, Assistant Assessor for De 
Kalb Co. 

J. B. Stoll, Assistant Assessor for Noble 
County. 



MEYEE BROTHESS & CO- 2 Keystone Block. 



STREET DIREGTORY.I 

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Note. — Streets running North and South are divided by P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., (South,) » 

and by St. Mary's River (North.) Those running E;ist and West are divided by Calhoun. ^ 

For example, Calhoun street, between the R. R. and St. Mary's river is called Calhoun, from p^ 

St. Mary's river North, N. Calhoun, from R. R. South, S. Calhoun. ^^ 

BARR ST., second east Calhoun, commencing at Duck, running south to P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 55 

BARR ST., S., second east Calhoun, commencing at Wallace, running south to Butler. fS 

BAKER ST., second north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west to ^ 

Fairfield avenue. § 

BASS ST., second south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west to Fairfield « 

avenue. ^ 

BERRY ST., E., ninth north P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running east to ^ 

Harmer. ? 

BERRY ST., W., ninth north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west to ^ 

College. O 

BLUFFTUN PLANK BOAD, continuation of Broadway, commencing at P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., gj 

running southwest. rt 

BOWSER ST., first north High, commencing at Lima Plank Road, running west, (Bloom- .S^ 

ingdale.) ^^ 

BRANDRIFF ST., second south Grand, commencing at Webster, running west t6 Hoagland S' 

avenue. gj 

BROADWAY ST., sixth west Calhoun, commencing at the Canal, running south to P. Ft. g, 

W. & C. Ry. 5S 

BUCHANAN ST., fifth south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Lafayette, running east to © 

Hanna. iS 

BUTLER ST., E., fifth south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running east to ^ 

Lafayette. M 

BUTLER ST., W., fifth south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west to — 

Fairfield avenue. ^ 

CALHOUN ST., between Clinton and Harrison, commencing at St. Mary's river, running pR* 

south to R. R. ^ 

CALHOUN ST., N., (continued) commencing at St. Mary's river, running to Canal feeder, ^ 
(Bloomingdale.) & 

CALUOUN ST., S., (continued), commencing at R. R., running south to city limits. »3* 

CANAL ST., south side of the Canal, commencing at Main, running southeast to Monroe. 2 
CASS ST., second west Calhoun, commencing at Berry, running north to tot. Mary's river. 5 
CASS ST., E., between Lafayette and Hanna, commencing at LaSalle, running south to city 

limits. 25 

CASS ST., N., (continued) commencing at St. Mary's river, luuning north to sixth, (Bloom- vS 

ingdale.) ^ 

CaSS ST., W., second west of Lima Plank Road, commencing at High, lunning north to ® 

Douglass, (Bloomingdale ) «i«. 

CENTRE ST., se-jond west of the bridge, commencing at Front, or Columbia Plank Road, ^ 

running south to the river, (Rockhill.) ^ 

CHARLES ST., third south P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running east to ^ 

Hanna gS 

CHARLEY ST., fourth south P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Hanna, running east to ^ 

Gay. 
CHERRY ST., first west of the bridge, commencing at Front, or Columbia Plank Road, 

running south to the river, (Rockhill.) 
CHICAGO ST., north side of P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west to 

Kansas. 
CLAY ST., fourth east Calhoun, commencing at Main, running south to P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 



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CLAY ST.,' S., fourth east Calhoun, commencing at P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., running south to 

LiiSalle. , _ . 

CLINTON ST., (1) first east Calhoun, commencing at Duck, running south to Lewis. 
dS CLINTON ST., (2) continued from Hohnan south to P. Ft. \V. & C. Ry. 
S3 CLINTON ST., S., first east Calhoun, commencing at Wiillace, running south to Butler. _ 
>»C0LE111CK ST., second south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Hoagland avenue, running 
iJ^ west to Fairfield avenue. -n v*^ vsr 

S COLLEGE ST., (1), fifth west Broadway, commencing at Berry, running south to P. i!t. W . 
*^ & C. Ry, , „ 

"C COLLEGE ST., (2), fifth east Harraer, commencing at Wayne, running south to Maumee 
O road. _, , 

*** COLUMBIA ST., N., first north of the Canal, commencing at Cass, running west to iulton. 
=* COLUMBIA ST., S., first south of the Canal, commencing at Harrison, running east to 
1/3 Lafayette. ^ 

COMPARET ST., second east Harmer, commencing at Wayne, running south to Maumee 
5 road. „ 

O COURT ST., between Calhoun and Clinton, commencing at Main, running south to Berry. 
,CJ CREIGHTON ST., E., seventh south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running 
"Trt east to Hanna. 

C3 CREIGHTON ST., W., seventh south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running 

west to Hoagland avenue. 
J^ DAWSON ST., second south Grand, commencing at Calhoun, returning west to Hoagland 

O avenue. 

S DIVISION ST., first east Harmer, commencinj: at Maumee road, running south to Lewis. 
pq DOUGLAS AVE., fourth north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west 

to McClellan. 
J5° DOUGLAS ST., second north High, commencing at Lima Plank Road, running weat 

^ (Bloomingdale.) 

S DUCK ST., second north of the Canal, commencing at Calhoun, running west to Barr. 

r;H DURYEAST., fifth south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Hoagland avenue, running west to j 

S Fairfield avenue. 

ctJ EDSALL ST., between Jackson and Rockhill, commencing at Main, running south to Berry. 
|X| ELM ST., (1) fourth east Harmer, commencing at Maumee road, running south to Lewis. 
„ ELM ST., (2) first south front or Columbia Plank Road, commencing east at the river, run- 

5^ ning west to the river (Rockhill.) 

-2 ERIE ST., first west Fairfield avenue, commencing at St. Louis, running north. 
" EWING ST., third west Calhoun, commencing at St. Mary's river, running south to George. 
® FAIR ST., third south Front or Columbia Plank Road, commencing east at the river, running 

=* west to the river (Rockhill.) . . 

f5 FAIRFIELD AVE., fiffth west Calhoun, commencing at George, running south to city limits. 
FIFTH ST., fifth north St. Mary's river, commencing at Lima plank road, running east to 

§ North Calhoun, (Bloomingdale.) 

§ FIRST ST., first north St. Mary's river, commencing at Lima plank road, running east to 

ctJ North Harrison, (Bloomingdale.) 

^ FORCE ST., first east Harma, commencing at Herndon, running sonth to Grant. 

§ FOURTH ST., fourth north St. Mary's river, commencing at Lima plank road, running east 

C3 to North Calhoun, (Bloomingdale.) 

•-^ FOX ST., second west Fairfield avenue, commencing at Poplar, running south to Henry. 

f^ FRANCIS ST., first east Hanna, commencing at Wabash and Erie Canal, running south to 

O Hough. 

S FRONT ST., or Columbia Plank Road, commencing at the bridge, west end Main, running 



FULTON ST., fifth west Calhoun, commencing at the Canal, running south to George. 



S west to Canal feeder, (Rockhill.) 

(S FULTON ST., fifth west Calhoun, com„__ _ „ , „ - o t^ 

GARDEN ST., seventh west Broadway, commencing at Washington, running south to P. Ft. 
^ W. & C. Ry. 

"2 GAY ST., tl ird east Hanna, commencing at P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., running south to city limits. 
g^ GEORGE ST., third north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west to 
•p-i Broadway. 

-. GRAND ST., first south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running v?est to Kansas. 
S2 GRANT ST., third sOuth P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Hanna, running oast to Smith. 
P3 GRIFFITH ST., fourth west Calhoun, commencing at St. Mary's river, running south to 
2 George. 

M GUTHRIE ST., west side T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Bluffton Plank RoaU, running 
southwest. 
HAMILTON ST., between Lewis and Hough, commencing at Hanna, running east to Francis. 
HAMILTON ST., second south T. W. & W, Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west ),o 

Lafayette. 
HANNA ST., sixth east Calhoun, commencing at Wabash and Erie Canal, running t'Outh tc 
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HANNA ST., S., sixth east Calhoun, commencing at P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., running south to 

eity limits. S* 

HARMER ST., second east Hanna, commencing at Wabash and Erie Canal, running south to 03 

Lewis. Pd 

HARRISON ST., first west Calhoun, commencing at St. Mary's river, running south to Railroad. ^ 
HARRISON ST., north (continued,) commencing at St. Mary's river, running north to Sixth, 

(Bloomiugdale.) g* 

HARRISON ST., south, (continued,) commencing at Railroad, running south to city limits. 
HERNDON ST., first south P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Hanna, running east to John. ^ 
HENRY ST., fifth south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Hoagland avenue, running west. CD 
HIGH ST., first north St. Mary's river, commencing at Lima Plank Road, running west to m—t 

St. Mary'8 avenue, (Bloomingdale.) 5* 

HOAGlAND AVE., third west Calhoun, commencing at T. W. & W. Rv., running south to « 

Tyler. " g 

HOLMAN ST., third north of P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running east to CD 

Hanna. *^ 

HOOD ST., first west Jackson, commencing at Pritchard, running south to P. Ft. W. & 0. l-H 

Ry. J3 

HORACE ST., fourth south P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Samuel Alley, running east § 

to Smith. i-j 

HOUGH ST., second north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Clay, running east to Francis. P* 
JACKSON ST., second west Broadway, commencing at the Canal, running south to R Ft. 5 

W. & C. Ry. g 

JEFFERSON ST., E., sixth north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running east 

to Harmer. Cj 

JEFFERSON ST._, W., sixth north P. Ft. W. & C Ry., commencingat Calhoun, running west § 

to city limits. ^3 

JOHN ST., second east Hanna, commencing at Herndon, running south to Charley. pj 

JONES ST., (1) first north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at West, running west to Garden. fS 
JONES ST., (2) second south P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Hanna, running east to*^ 

Smith. * *" 

KANSAS ST., N., first north Webster, commencing at Baker, running south to P, Ft. & W. S 

C. Railway. CT 

KANSAS ST., S., between Webster street and Hoagland avenue, commencing at P. Ft. W. 2 

& C. Ry., running south to Melita. > »- 

KING ST., third east Hanna, commencing at Wayne, running south to Maumee road. flj 

LAFAYETTE ST., third east Calhoun, commencing at Water, running south to P. Ft. W. & Pi 

C. Railway. 3 

LAFAYETTE ST., S., third east Calhoun, commencing at P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., running to fUZ 

city limits. g" 

LASALLE ST., N., fourth south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Lafayette, running east to f^ 

Hanna. ^ 

LASALLE ST., E., sixth south T. W. & W. W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running east j,^ 

to Hanna. 2 

LaSALLE ST., W., sixth south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west to O 

Hoagland avenue. 2* 

LEWIS ST., E., fifth north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running east to city -^ 

limits. ^2 

LEWIS ST., W., fifth north P. Ft. W, & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running west to PJ 

Ewing. ^ 

LIMA PLANK ROAD, commencing at bridge, foot of Plum street, running north, (Bloom- O 

ingdale.) g 

LAVINIA ST., first north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Fairfield avenue, running west *^ 

to Broadway. Z/i 

LOCUST ALLEYI bet Water street and the river, commencing at Harrison, running north- T* 

east to Calhoun. ^^ 

LOCUST ST., first south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Fairfield avenue, running west. ^ 
McCLELLaN ST., between Webster and Ewing, commencing at Lewis, running south to " 

Baker. ^ 

MADISON ST., sixth north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Barr, running east to>Harmer. ^ 
MAIDEN LANE (Alley,) between Harrison and Cass, commencing at Berry, running north ^^ 

to Canal. ^3 

MAIN ST., E., second south of the Canal, commencing at Calhoun, running east to Maumee (p 

river. 
MAIN ST., W., second south of the Canal, commencing at Calhoun, running west to St. 

Mary's river. 
MARION ST., first west Lima Plank Road, commencing at High, running north to Douglas 

street, (Bloomingdale.) 



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MATTMFF ROAD first south Washington, commencing at Harmer running southeast. 
[0. mISmEE S^^^cm" nortn P. Jt. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, ruaning . 

* ' 05 MEOHANIC^'ST., third west of the bridge, commencing at Front, running south to the 

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^ MONTGOMERY ST., fourth north P. Ft. W. & G. Ry„ commencing at Barr, running east to 
^ MORRErST.", between Bluffton Plank Road and Hood, commencing at P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., 
^ NELSOTST.! siSVe'st'^Joadway, commencing at Washington, running to P. Ft. W. & C. 
§ NIRDUNGER AVENUE, second south P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Bluffton Plank 
I NOELlT^'ni^TSeTpt. W. & 0. Ry., commencing at Kansas, running west to Fairfield 

^ a^v ^T^Zlween Summit and Maumee road, commencing at Division, running east to Ohio. 

- otr[ /y ir first we Fairfield avenue, commencing at Taylor, running south to Henry. 
^ S^^^^ir^st H^mer — n.^^ 
S l^H'^^-^t:::^^^^^^^^--^^-^ - ^- W- ^ W. Uy., runmng south to 

oa oTHTTA v\ A MK ROAD, continuation Calhoun, running south. _ 

rt StKBUR^H ST. first north P. Ft. W. & G. Ry., commencing at Clay, runnieg east to 

M PLUM^r between Harrison and Cass, commencing at Water, running northwest to the 
§ "^®''" ■ „f Qf M.irvls avenue runnino- west to Canal feeder, (Bloomingdale.) 

iS ?SpL'r STX^rL^uth?: WTW Ky ;c^^^^^ ^^airfield avenue, running wast- 

g PRINCE ST!^'between Hoagland and Fairfield avenues, commencing at T. W. &. W. Ry., run- 

^ PRlTCHARD"si.,'fiS-'iorth P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Broadway, running west to 

='RAILROAD^ST., first north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running east to 

5 ^nPKmrt°ST fourth west Broadway, commencing at Main, running south to Prit^iard 

|?^™ANCIS ST. ixth south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Latayette, running east to 

1 ST. JOe'SS'aD, commencing at Old Fort Bridge, (east end of Main.) running east side St. 

^ ^rp T m?f^'tT'' Honh'side T W. & W. Ry., commencing at Fairfield'avenue, running west. 
I It ffi'l avenue turth west Lima'piank Road, commencing at Canal feeder, running 

*f SAMUEL ALLEYrbetJfeS'F^rce and John, commencing at Herudon, running south to city 

I SAMUEL ST., fifth south P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Samuel Alley, running east to 

§ SECOND ST ' second north St. Mary's river, commencing at Lima Plank Road, running east 

O SIXTH S?- t^Z^tX^'i con^niencing at Lima Plank Road, running east to 

■^ SMIT/sT^'^Cth ir Haiit'Vommencing at P. Ft. W. . C. Ry.. running south to city 



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' SUTTENF^IELd"sT., W., ninth south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running 
TABErv'sTrEr^igl'^BOuth T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, running east to 

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TABERST. W eighih south T. W. & W. Ry., commenmng at Calhoun, running west to 
Hoajiland aveaue. o w o vu 

TmRi? ST ^;h'°r"^r"c,'M- ^^- ^ ^^- '^^■^■" ^^"'"^^"'^ins at Fairfield avenue, running west. ' 

IHIKIJ bl., third north St. Mary's nver, eonmienoiiig atLiu.a Plank Road, running east to N »-« 

Oalhoun. (Bloounngdale.) ° °''''"-'^- ^ 

TYLER ST , seventii .outh T. W. & W. %., con.^ioneing at Hoagland avenue, running west g 

to i^airQeld avenue. '^ C 

Sv[?L^^'^TV «T ^'17- f'^^^^'^^J^ commencing at Berry, running south to Pritchard. ^ 

Road ''''*' Kamier, comtneucing at Wayne, running south to Maumee g' 

vflvix^T^^^T^^fi ^''^ west Broadvvay commendng at the Canal, running south to Pritchard. g^ 
einnt '° ■ ^'■' ^"«""«'^""§ ^^^ Lafayette, running east to ^ 

WALL ST., S.rst south P. Ft. W. & C. Ey., commencing at Bluff'ton Fknk Roa.d, runnin^^ ^ 
west. o p3 

WALLACE ST., first south T. W. & W. Ry., co^nmencing at Calhoun, running east to La- § 

J rt\ G its, ^f^ 

WALLACE ST., (2) second soisth T. W. & W. Ry., conuner.cing at Lafayette, runnin.- east to ^ 

ri ilium. ^ h^ 

W t^vS St"' /l^"""'^ ''*''?' Havnier, coinmencing at Maumee Road, running south to Lewi?. § 

WALMJl ST., (2) second south Front, or Columbia Plank Road, comraenein- ea=t at the S 

river, running west to the river. (Rockhill.) "-S 

WALNUT ST., (a) thi.d south T. W. & W. Ry., commencing at Fairfield avenue, running S 

west. ° *-^ 

wf ornvVT^x/oT^^f*'* Karmer, commencing at Wayne, running south to Mauraee Road. S 

WASHLNCiUN Sf.,^ E., seventh north side P. Ft. W. & C, Ry., commencing at Calhoun run- fi 

nmg east to city limits, ^ 

WASHINGTON ST., W seventh north P. Ft. W. & C, Ry., commencing at Calhoun run--^ 
^ ning west to city limits. ° ' 

Z^V^'^ tl'' w' ^f ^ '""'^'\ ''■r^^'' ^'"''''' °o"™encing at Calhoun, running east to river. S 

w A vvP ^^■' J" ^'f^ ,""''*'' ,°'^^^'"' ^''"^''' cof'U'iencing at Calhoun, running west to Fulton ^ 

^ulnJ:: ''° ""' " ^''" ^^- ^' ^- ^^'■' ''°'"™^"""g ^' Calhoun, running east to O 

WPpSf ST^"' ''^''i*^ 'T^l n u '• ^- * ^- ^•'- <^°n^"'-"ncing at C.Ihoun west to College. ^ 

wf p'^lf'S S" a*'''"" '"'"^ ,"^ Calhoun, commencing at Berry, running south to Baker. ?» 

,■*,,,, ^^■' ^•' C"»<^i.""ed from Baker, runnning south to city limits. p 

WEST ST., second west Jackson, commencing at Pritchard, running south to P. Ft. W & C ^ 

Railway. • • . . ^^ 

WILLIAMS ST., E., fourth south T. Vf . & W. Ry., commencing at Calhoun, runnin<^ east to § 
Lnfavette. ° >- 

WILLIAMS ST., W., fourth south .T. W. & W. Ry., dommencing at Calhoun, running west to H^ 
1" airfield avenue. ^ ° Cw 

WILT ST., second north P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., commencing at Broadway, running' west to ^ 
Nelson. ' ° 




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We sell Boots at New Eogland prices, thereby placing the Country Merchan 
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We have, shall, and intend to sell Boots 

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Agents, Bounty, Pension and 
War Claim. 

Bayless Sol. D., cor Clinton pi and Wayne, 

Fort Wayne. 
Wines Marsh-ill W., 2 Phcenix blk, Calhoun 

St, Fort Wayne. 



Agents, Collecting. 

COVERDALE E. G., Monroeville. 

Jones George W, & Co., 

29 P. 0. bldg. Fort Wayne. 

SheU F. V. v., 

Main, cor South, Monroeville. 
Stinchcomb George F. & Co., Aveline Block, 
71 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Agents, House. 

{See Real Estate Agenlt, Dealers and brokers.) 

Agents, Insurance, 

Babcock & Lumbard, 

office Hamilton's Old Bank Bailding,Fort 
Wavne. 
BELL GEORGE W., New Haven. 

Bossier H. H., 

office over Hamilton's Bank, Fort Wayne 

Coverdale Elias 6., 

Monroeville. 

Durgin & Edsall, 

room 6 Burgess blk, over Ist Nat'l Bank, 
Fort Wayne. 

Esmond George, 

26 and 27 P. 0. bldg. Fort Wayne. 
Hartman Homer C, Hamilton's Hall bldg, 
Fort Wayne. 



Hough John 



office 50 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Jones George W. & Co., 

29 P. 0. bldg. Fort Wayne. 

Randall F. P., 

office w s Clinton, between Columbia and 
Map, Fort Wayne. 

Shell F. V. v., 

Main, cor South, Monroeville. 
Stinchcomb George F. & Co., Aveline Block, 

71 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Thompson Milton, New Haven. 



Agents, Loan, 

{See Banks and Bankers. ) 



Agents, Pension. 



Agents, Sewing Machines, 



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p. Kestel, agent, office n w cor Calhoun 
and Jefferson, Fort AVayne. 



Finkle & Lyon, 



Charles E. Morse, State agt, Hamilton's 
Hall bldg, Calhoun st, Fort Wayne. 

Grover & Baker, 

L. Lumbard, agent, 74 Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Hill C. L., 52 and 54 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Kirby James A., 2 Aveline House blk. Fort 

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Agricultural Implements. 



Ash & McCulloch, 87 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Brandriff A. D. & Co., 53 and 60 E. Colum- 
bia, Fort Wayne. 



'* New York Store," 90 Columbia St., ROOT & CO., Jobbers and 

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q5 Morgan & Beach, 

E3 89 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
>^SmiclvS. S., 45 and -17 E. Columbia, Fort 
Wayne. 

Apothecaries. 

{See Drugs'and Medicines.) 



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Architects. 

{See alfo Carpenters and Builders.) 



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pj Treinan George, e s Calhoun, 2d story Ave 
P3 line Block, Fort Wavne. 

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Banks and Bankers. 

{See also Appendix ) 

Allen, Hamilton & Co., 

w s Callioun, opp Court House, 
Wayne. 

First National, 

cor Court and Miiin, Fort Wayne. 

Fort Wayne National, 

s w cor Main and Clinton, Fort Wayne. 

Merchants' National, 

n w cor Main and Calhoun, Fort Wayne_ 



Artists. 

{See Painters, also Photographers.) 

Attorneys at Law. 

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Barbers. 



•^ Filson & Hance, 7 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 

S Stapleford L. P., s e cor Calhoun and Colum- 
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Bakers. 



Baldwin Annie, 80 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Brooks Bvrant, e s Calhoun, 2 n Washington. 
Elliott Willis, 78 Barr, Fort Wayne. 

Evans Eichard H., 

76 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Heffert John, 62 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Heklt , e s Calhoun, 3 n Wayne, Fort, 

Wayne. 

Hettinger I. B., 

7 E, Main, Fort Wayne. 
Lang George, 21 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Meyer Frederick C, e s Calhoun, 3 n Wayne,] 

Fort Wavne. 
Munroe William H., 26 W. Main, Fort Wayne 
Reynolds Peter, e s Calhoun, 2 s llolnian, 

Fort Wayne. 
Sampson Joseph, basement Summit City 

-i L.i,.oc x^uui.,, »-- ... -- ^-.-, ■— . I House, Fort Wayne. 

S Excelsior Bakery, Stoner & Wigent, proprs, | Shidel Charles, Aveline House,^Fort Wayne 

g w s Harrison, 3 s U. S. Express Office, "' " ' ' 

§ Fort Wavne. 

O Immcl Henry, 20 E. Berry, Fort Wayne. 
<j5 King Henry, New Haven. 
O Sell wieters" Hermann, 67 E. Columbia. 
iA Star Bakery, C. Haffner & Co., proprs, 92 E. 
C^ Main, Fort Wayne. 

^ Trentman John H., 17 W. W^-ne, Fort 
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§ Albert Nicholas, 88 B.u-r, Fort Wayne. 

-, Besner Christopher, e s Calhoun, 4 n Wayne, 
^ Fort Wayne. 
S Blase Louis, 138 W. Columbia, ^Fort Wayne 



f^ Valroflf Xavier, 56 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne 



Baking Powders. 



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(Biddle k Hoagland, mnfrs,) 109, 111 & 
113 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Bands, E^usic. 



^ Fort Wavne Mechanics' Brass Band, Charles 
r3 A. Jones, Leader, office D. W. Jones ii 

S Son. 

1^ Leifel's Brass and String Band, J. J. Leifels, 

Leader, headquarters National Hotel, 

Fort Wayne. 



Wheeler Elizabeth, 2.3 Court, Fort Wa.yne. 

Barrel Headings. 

{See also Coopers.) 

Begue J. & Co., 

New Haven. 
Edgerton J. K. & Co., Woodburn. 

Fitch & Mapel, 

jiaples. 

Hall, Sclinelker & Co., 

New Haven. 
Hemphill James M., Monroeville. 

McKendry J. & Co., 

New Haven. 
Ralya & Robertson, Monroeville. 
Rout, Webster. & Co., Monroeville. 



Barrel&and Kegs. 

{See abo Coopers. ) 



Begue J, & Co., New Haven. 
iMcKendry J. & Co., New Haven. 



Eetailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, 

BAS- BUSINESS REGISTKE. 



Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 
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Basket SVfakers. 



Schank Louis, 48 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Baths, 

(<See also Barbers.) 



Sullivan Dennis F., (Electric,) 103 Lafayette 
Fort Wayne. 

Bed and Mattress Makers. 

{See also Furniture Dealers, also Upholsterers.) 



Emrick Andrew J., 47 and 52 E. Columbia 
Fort Wayne. ' 

Smith John R., Adams Township, Fort; Wayne 
P. 0. 



Beer Coolers. 



Morgan & Beacli 



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89 Columbia, Fore Wayne. 

Belting, Rubber and Leather, 

OaMey^TwT&^on, 

79 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Billiard Halls. 

{See also Saloons.) 



Gronauer W. G„ 82 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Occidental Billiard Hall, 

Daniel Hamiuni, propr., e s Calhoun, 5 n 
Wayne, Fort Wayne. 

O'Oonnell D. & Bro„ 

Aveline House Block, e s Calhoun, Fort 

Wayne. 
Rossington W. W., 72 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Shell & Baker, Monroeville. 



Bird Fancier. 



Smith Gustavus A., 45 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 



Blacksmiths. 

{See also Wagon Makers.) 



Baker John, w s Lafayette, 3 and 4 s Colum- 

bia. Fort Wayn.e. 
Brown John, e end Main, Fort Wayne. 
Brossord George,- n s Main, bet Fulton and 

Griffith, Fort. Wayne. 
Cassady Jacob, MonroeviHe. 
Chovey Bros., 11 E. Wa|^r, Fort Wayne. 
Clemens Joseph R., Ft. Wayne. 
Cook Philip C., Washington Township, Fort 

Wayne P. 0. 
Copp Isaac, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Copp Russell, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 



Cour Alexander, Washington Township, Fort 

Wayne P. 0. 
Cummings Joseph, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Darr John, Madison township, Monroeville. 
Deventer Frederick, Hamilton, (Leo P. 0.) 
Dohner k Forsigbt, Areola. ' 
Douglas William, Hamilton, (Leo P. 0.) 
Ehrmann Charles, u s W. Main 2 e of Ewing, 

Fort Wayne. 
Evard James, Harlan. 
Farnan Owen, s s Culmnbia 2 e of Barr, Fort 

Wayne 
Federspiel &Bro'., New ILiven. 
Fletcher (!harles, n e cor Main and Jackson, 

Fort Wayne. 
Fountain Louis, Hamilton, (Leo P. 0.) 
Francis & Fogarty, w s Harrison 1 s Pearl, 

Fort Wayne. 
Fry Jacob, s s Pearl 3 w Harrison, Fort 

Wayne. 
Harter Joseph, n s Main 2 e Broadway, Fort 

Wayne. 
Hess Jacob, Marion township, Root. 
Holzwarth Eberhard. n s Main bet Maiden 

Lane and Harrison, Fort Wayne. 
Howard James, Perry. 
Howley Thomas, s s W. Main 1 \\ Harrison, 

Fort Wayne. 
Large Charles, St. Joseph, Fort Wayne P. 0. 
Lee & Hugiienard, New Haven. 
McGinnis Francis M., Roanoke. 
McWherter & Bro., Madison township, Mon-^ 

roeville. 
Meyer Henry, s e cor Calhoun and Water, 

Fort Wayne. 
Nonestine Frederick, Cedarville, (Leo P. 0.) 
Panther Charles, Maysville, (Harlan P. 0.) 
Prill Manuel, Areola. 

Rhoads Lsaae, Adams township, Fort Wayne. 
Pickett Marcelus P., Huntertown, Perry P. 0. 
Smith &Doal, Monroeville. 
Snyder William, Leo. 
Wann George S., Halls Corner. 
Warner Amos, Perry township, Perry. 
Weaver James, Maysville, (Harlan P. 0.) 
Yant Cornelius, Aboit township, Fort Wayne. 
Zollinger Charles A., New Haven. 



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Davis's & Byers, 

52 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. ^ 

Norton W. H., n w cor Clinton and Main, ^j 
Fort Wayne. 



Bleachers and Pressors. 

Towne David E, 

86 Calhouu, Fort Wayne. 
Dessart Victor, 45 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 



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AgsterMrs. A. M., 166 Harrison, Fort Wayne. 
Aikin Mary J., 18 Montgomery, Fort Wayne. 
Beattie William, Mrs., w s Calhoun 2 s of 

Grand, Fort Wayne. 
Bouser George, e s Griffith 1 s Jefferson, Fort 

Wayne. 
Castle James, e s Lafayette 4 n Wallace, Fort 

Wayne. 
Clark Ira S. Mrs., s w cor Baker and Har- 
rison, Fort Wayne. 
Gable C. Mrs., s wcor Madison and Lafayette, 

Fort Wayne. 
Gordon George B., Woodburn. 
Hamilton Frederick, 51 W. Berry, Fort 

Wayne. 
Houston Sarah, Mrs., s w cor Washington 

and Barr, Fort Wayne. 

Housworth Kate, 

w 8 Barr 3 s of Wayne, Fort Wayne. 
Kingsley H., s w cor Grand and Harrison, 

Fort Wayne. 
Loyd Richard, n w cor Jefferson and Barr, 

Fort Wayne. 
Lynch Thomas, w s Kansas 1 n Melita, Fort 

Wayne. 
McConnell Alice, n s Buchanan bet Hanna 

and Cass,' Fort Wayne. 
Malatt William, Grand 3 w Harrison, Fort 

Wayne. 
Manier Hyppolite, 50 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Rau Caspar, e s Lima rd bet Fourth and 

Fifth, Fort Wayne. 
Renaud Henry, 64 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Seybold Frederick, 

s e cor Calhoun and Washington, Fort 
Wayne. 

Snodgrass M. E. Mrs., 206 E. Washington, 
Fort Wayne. 

Snyder Mrs., 16 S. Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Stapleford N. E., 100 E. Washington, Fort 
Wayne. 

Strong Z., w s Calhoun, 2 s Baker, Ft. Wayne. 

Sturzenberger Anton, w s Lafayette, 2 s Co- 
lumbia, Fort Wayne. 



Book Binders. 



Davis's & Byers, 



62 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Norton W. H., n wcor Clinton and Main, Fort 

Wavne. 
JONES D. W. & SON, Pearl, rear Keystone 

Block, Fort Wayne. 



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Treep Mary Mrs., 

TV s Barr, 2 s Wayne. 
Welch William, 70 Madison, Fort Wayne. 
Wells Austin T., s w cor Calhoun and Baker, 

Fort Wavne. 
Wolf Daniel "ll7 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 



Boiler Maker, Steam. 

(iSee also Steam Engine Builders.) 



Booksellers and Stationers. 



Keil & Bro., No. 2 Phoenix Block, Calhoun, 
Fort Wayne. 

Siemon Bros. & Co., 

77 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Stockbridge N. P., 

104 Columbia, Fort Wavne. 



Bass & Hanna, proprs Hanna Fort Wayne 
Machine Works, Hanna st, nr Rail Road 
crossing, Fort Wayne. 

McLachlin & Keill, 

Harrison, cor Chicago, Fort Wayne. 



Boot and Shoe Makers, and Re- 
tail Dealers. 

App Mathias, "ff s Calhoun, 4 s Wayne, For* 
Baker Conrad, 19 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 
Bauer Henry, e s Lafayette, 2 n Wallace, 

Fort Wayne. 
Baumann John, 18 W. Lewis, Fort Wayne. 
BEGUE JOHN, New Haven 
Conrad George, Monroeville. 
Dallman William, Pleasant Township, Little 

River. 
Deventer & Snyder, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Elleis Benjamin, 89 W. Water, Fort Wayne. 
Eraser Charles, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Friedt Henry C., Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Foellinger J., w s Calhoun, 3 n Main, Fort 

Wayne. 
Gilford Harrison, Leo. 
Glassmire Daniel, New Haven. 
Heit Anthony, w s Griffith, 2 N. George, Fort 

Wayne. 
Hermsdorfer & Co., 2 Union Block, Main st., 

Fort Wayne. 
Heuer Harman, 55 W. Wayne, Fort Wayne. 
Hood Samuel, May-iville, Harlan P. 0. 



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T. N. HOOD & CO., 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 



SHOES, 

74r Ba.rr Street, 74r 

OPPOSITE MARKET HOUSE. 



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Humphrey Noah, 1 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Huth Ernest, New Haven. 

Jacobs W. & Son, T Calhoun, opp Keystone 
Block, Fort Way re. 

Kaiser Henry & Co., \v s Calhoun, 2 n Wash- 
ington, Fort Wayne. 

Keoster Jolin, w s Calhoun, bet Jefferson and 
Lewis, Fort Wayne. 

Ketcher Paul, 86 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Ketchum A. J., Perry Township, Perry. 

Leeser & Etzold, e s Calhoun, 4 n Washing- 
ton, P'ort Wayne. 

Linnimann F., New Haven. 

Mannix Tliomas, 55 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Harkie Cliarlcs, Maysvillc, Harlan P. 0. 

MARKLEY, SCHRADER & CO., No. 4 Key- 
stone Block, Fort Wayne. 

{^Successor to Peter Kline,) 
Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Boots & Slioes 



PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO 
CUSTOM WORK. 

JVo. IS Calhoun Street, 

Mohr John, 46 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Newhe William, s s Nirdiinger av, 3 w Bluff- 
ton Plank Road, Fort Wayne. 
Nill George, 140 W. Columbia," Fort Wayne. 
Nix Valentine, 80 E, Jefferson, Fort Wayne. 
Nohe Frank J., 181 Broadway, Fort Wayne. 
Moll Martin, 7 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 
Piliiod Victor, 3 s Columbia rd, or Front st, 

bet Cherry and Centre, Fort Wayne. 
Row Daniel, cor Main and Soutli, Monroe- 

ville. 
Sander Charles W., 82 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Schiefer" C, 100|- Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Soil laughter Joseph, Hamiltor), Leo. 
Schmidt John A., 15 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Schucknan Nicholas, New Haven. 
Schulz Peter, 47 E. Main, FortWayne. 
Sehuiz William, 25 W. Wayne, Fort Wayne. 
Shellner George, Perry Township, Perry. 
Spelt Thomas, St. Joseph, Fort Wayne. 
Scein Peter, e s Calhoun, 6 n Washington, 

Fort Wayne. 
Strong Henry, w s Calhoun, 9 s Jefferson, 

Fort Wayne. 
Theal Gilbert, Hamilton, Leo. 
UEBELHOER PHILIP, s s Main, 2 w Barr, 

Fort Wayne. 
Vordermark E., 4 Phoenix Blk, Calhoun St., 

Fort Wayne. 
Wait William. Maysville, Harlan. 
WHITAKER & BELL, New Haven. 



Woulfe Patrick, e s Calhoun, nr cor Douglas 

av, Fort Wayne. 
Yerks Nathaniel, Hamilton, Leo. 
Zoller George, s s Columbia rd, 2 w the bridge 

Fort Wavne. 



Boots and Shoes Wholesale 
and Retail. 

Markley, Schrader & Co., 

4 Keystone Block, Fort Wayne. 

EoMnson James H., 

w s Harrison, head of Columbia, Fort 
Wayne. 



C. W. SANDER, 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 



Boots, Shoes and Leather, 

No. 82 Columbia Street, 



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Sparks F. & Co., 60 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 



Bowling Saloon. 

{See also Saloo7is.) 



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Rollins & Crowner, Moiiroeville. 



Brass Founders. 



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Bass & Haniia, propts Fort Wayne Machine ^^ 
Works, Hanna st, Raih-oad crossing. Fort 89 
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Bowsrr J. C. & Co., 23 W. Water, Fort g 
Wayne. jS 

Murray & Bennigin, e s Calhoun, s Railway B 
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Brewers. 



Bloomingdale Brewery, 

Francis J. Beck, propr, w s Lima rd, s 

Canal feeder. 
Eagle Brewery, John M. Reidmiller, propr, 

s w city limits, w Bluffton plauk rd, Fort 

Wayne. 
French Brewery, Louis Centliver, propr, Spy 

Run rJ, n tannery. Fore Wayne. 
Hartinan Harmon, 128 E. Washington, Fort 

Wayne. 
Kaag & Gentner, n s Monroe, bet Berry and 

Wayne, Fort Wayne, 



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Nierman H., cor Witter and Harrison, Fort 

Wayne. 
Summit City Brewery, George Hornung, 
propr, 85, 87 and 89 Hanisou, Fort 
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Brick Makers. 



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Alligrr Benjamin, Adams Township, Fort 
Wayne. 

Baltes Michael, w s N. Callioun, on the canal, 
Fort Wayr.e. 

Hurst David, Adams Township, Fort Wayne. 

Lillie Samuel, Jr., Maumee rd, nr E. city 
limits, Fort Wayne. 

Robinson John, Monroeville. 

Tilbury Marcus, Adams Township, New Ha- 
ven. 



Brokers Cattle. 

{See Live Stock Dealem.) 



Brokers Exchange. 

{See JJmds and Bankers.) 



Brokers Loan. 

[See Banks atid Bankers.) 



Broom Makers. 



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Yerks John, St. Joseph, Fort Wayne. 



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Builders. 

{See Carpenters and Builder-%.) 

Business Colleges. 
Fort Wayne Commercial College, 

Conrt, cor Main. 



Butchers. 

{See 3Ieat Markets.) 

Cabinet Hardware. 



Oakley B. Wr& Son, 

19 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Cabinet Makers. 

{See also Furniture Dealers.) 



Biekhart Isaac, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Dorsey James, Zanesville. 
Egeter George, 141 Harrison, Fort Wayne. 
Wheeler Nelson, n e cor Pearl and Griffith, 
Fort Wavne. 



Car Wheels. 



Carpenters and Builders. 



Fort Wayne Machine Works, Bass & Hanna, 
props, Hanna nr Railroad Crossing, Fort 
Wayne. 



Annsti-ong Lewis L., A.dains Townsliip, For& 

Wayne. 
Allen Cyrus W., s w cor W. Wayne and Ful- 
ton, Fort Wayne. 
Barcot Fianuis, Fort Wa^yne. 
Beaver Augustus C, n s Main, bet Ewing and 

■ Griftnb, Fort Wayne. 
Doseker & Forhing, s s Holiaan, bet Webster 

and Harrison. 
Brown Alexander, Monroeville. 
Coomer Seymour, Maysville, Harloin P. O. 
Decovor Jacob, Chaniberlain. 
Driver Isiab J., Chatnberlaisi. 
Fishej- GecTgfc, 182 Griffith, Fort Wayne. 
Fox Amnion, Harlan. 

French Charles 6., 85 E. Wayne, Fort Wayne. 
Fulkeson Alexander, Leo. 
Gravis Hiram, Areola. 
Gregg Marshal, Adams Township, New Haven 

P. 0. 
Grill Samuel, Spencerville, Dekalb Co. 
Herrington John S., Hoagland av. opp Basa, 

Fort Wayae. 
Hutchins Phineas, Monroe Township, Mon- 
roeville P. 0. 
Irey Ephraim, Washington Township, Fori 

Wayne. 
James William J., Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
' Keariis Luther, Maysville, Karlau P. 0. 
Kimball B. H., e s West, 1 n railroad. Fort 

Wayne. •• 

Koegel Christian, n s Lavinia, 2 e Broadway, 

Fort Wayne. 
Ballot August, New Haven. 
Magner William, Monroeville. 
Martz Peter, e s Monroe, bet Le^Vis and 

Montgomery, Fort Wayne. 
Miller Sylvet-ter, n s Holraan, 3 c Calhoun, 

Fort Wayne. 
Morris Benjamin, Perry Townsliip, Perry. 
Moss Raphael, Cedar\tille, Leo P. 0. 
Myers George, w s Union, 2 n Wilt, Fort 

Wayne 
Paul Adam, St. Joseph, Fort 'Wavne P. 0. 

POTTER JOSEPH L., 

n e cor Main and Griffith, Fort Wayne. 
Reker Bernard J., s w cor W. Washington 

and Ewing, Fort Wayne. 
Rice J. W., Monroeville. 
Scarlett, Henry 0., Washington Township, 

Fort Wayne. 
Scott William, Zanesville. 
Sessman William, Areola. 
Sheafer William, r 181 W. Wayne, Fort 

Wayne. 
Suiithey Euos, Marion Township, Root. 
Siiively Henry J., Wayne, bet Clinton anci 

Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Swantz & Bro., New Haven. 
Staulfer William H., Chamberlain. 
Stirk William, .-^boit Township, Fort Wayne. 
Thorp George F., Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Vanander Peter, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Vanurder William, Woodburn. 
Weibkey Henry, Jefferson Township, Maples. 



.„ Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

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Wells Joseph, Miiysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Wilkeninp; Gottlieb, 40 Lavinia, Fort Wayne. 
ZuinbVo Henry, Washington Township, Fort 
Wavne 



Carpets and Oil Cloths. 



Eeiter George, 



88 Ualhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Warner TrustdVLis, 22 E. Berry, Fort W.iyne ^^ 

Cie:ars and Tobacco, Wholesale ^ 



McDougal & Co., No. 7 Keystone Bloek, Cal- 
houn, Ft. Wayne. 

Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., 

10.5 ami 107 Columbia, cor Caihuun, 
Fort Wayne. 



Carriage Builders. 

(See also Woyon Mukera.) 



HESS NICHOLAS W., n s Main, bet Maiden 
Lane and Harrison, Fort Wayne. 

Trainer John, Roanoke. 

STANLEY, BIEBER & CO., n s W. Main, 
nr Griffith^ Fort Wayne. 

Stevens Thomas, e end Main, Fort Wayne. 



Carriage and Coach Trimmings. 



OAKLEY B. W. & SOl^, 

79 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Castings, Iron and Brass. 



Fort Wayne Machine Works, Bass k Hanna, 
props Hanna st, nr Railroad Crossing, 
Fort Wavne. 



Chair Makers. 

{See also Fui'iiUure Dealers. ) 



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Heger George M., 2>\ Clinton, Fort Wayne. £3 

Lainley& Rosenthal, (J Keystone Block, Fort «-* 

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Rossington Richard, Aveline House Block, c pa 
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Civil Engineers. 

[Sec Snrvei/ors. ) 



Clothing, Retail. 

[See al<'' Afcrch'iid 'J'nilors.) 



Rohrer John, cor Clinton and Water, sales- 
room 39 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Tower Benjamin H., 59 E. Columbia, Fort 
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China, Glass and Queensware. 



Clark & Co., 98 Columbia, Fort Wnyne. 
Klix Hugh, 69 E. Columbia, Fort Wayiip. 
Lemle John, n s Columbia rd, (or Front st,) 

1 w of the bridge. Fort Wavne. 
Ward H. N., 48 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 



Bostick E., lOn Columbia, Fort Wayne. p— 

BEGUE JOHN, New Haven. 

Fledderman John G. & Co., ^ 



Cigar Manufacturers. 

Grote Henry A., 30 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Heger George M., 23 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 
Lamley k Rosenthal, 6 Keystone Bloclc, Fort 

Wayne. 
Ortmann Charles, e s C?.lhoun, 6 n Wayne, 

Fort Wayne. 
Pioneer Cigar Manufactory, L.Dessauer & Co., 

Calhoun st, opp Keystone Block, Fort 

Wayne. 



25 E. Main, Foit Wayne, 
Jacobson Elkan, lOO Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Jacobson Vi<.'dor, 21 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Keefer k Heingartiier, 19 Clinton, Fort 

Wayne. 
Schuckman Nicholas, New Haven. 
Stockbridge N P., 94 Columbia, Fort Wayne 
Strass Morris, South st, Monroeville. 
Thieme J. G. & Bro., 71 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 

Whitaker & Bell, 

N'^w Havon. 



Clothing, Wholesale and Retail. 

Ealk L., 

5 Kevstone Block, Fort Wayne. 
Freeman ' Joseph, 3 Keystone Block, Fort 
Wayne. 



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Nirdlinger&Oppenheimer, 1 Keystone Block, 
Fort Wavne. 

o Stockbridge N. P., 

S, 94 Columhia/Fort Wayne. 

C5j Woodward & Young, 46 Callioun, Fort Wayne 



Cloaks and Trimmings. 



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105 & 107 Columljia, Fort Wayne. 



Collar Makers. 

{See Saddle and Harness Makers, also Horse 
Collars.) 



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Commercial Colleges. 

National Union Business College, Henry H. 
Lipes, prest and propr, s e cor Main and 
Court, Fort Wayne. 

Commission Merchants. 

{See Produce and Commission.') 



Confectioners, Wholesale and 
Retail. 

Beard Thomas D., 99 E. Berry, Fort Wayne. 
Hartmyer Frederick, 47 W. Main, Fort Wayne 
Huestis & Hamilton, 83 & 85 Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Lamley & Rosenthal, 6 Keystone Block, Fort 

Wayne. 
Weiinan & Fox, 25 Main, Fort Wayne. 

Contractors. 

{Sie also Carpenters and Builders.) 

Baltes M., w s N. Calhoun, on the Canal, Fort 

Wayne. 
Beaver Augustus C, n s W. Main, bet Evving 

and Griffith, Fort Wayne. 
Kenney & Roper, n e cor Barr and Columbia, 

Fort Wayne. 
Savage James, New Haven. 



ffl Potter Joseph L, 









n e cor Main and Griffith, Fort Wayne. 



Conveyancers. 

{See Lawyers.) 



Coopers. 



Betzler George, s w cor Nirdlingerav and Bluff- 
ton Plank Road, Fort Wayne. 

Bowers John, Aboite Township, Fort Wayne 
P. 0. 

Campbell James, Cuba, Harlan P. 0. 

Campbell John, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 



Daniels Daniel, Hall's Corners. 

Disler Henry, Leo. 

Ely Edward, St. Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Griswold Joseph, Washington Township, Fort 
Wayne. 

Haswell Solomon, Huntertown, Perry P. 0. 

Hayden David, Marion Township, Root. 

Holfiiieister Henry, n w cor Wells and Doug- 
las, Fort Wayne. 

Kley Frederick, 236 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 

Kronmiller Leonard, w s N. Cass, bet Fou th 
and Fifth, Fort Wayne. 

Marsliall William, Wasliington Township, Fort 
Wayne. 

Myers Deitrich, 21 E. Water, Fort Wayne. 

Pierce James S., n s Pearl, bet Ewing & Grif- 
fith, Fort Wayne. 

Sweet William, Marion Township, Root. 

Wise Piatt J., s Railroad, opp depot. Fort 
Wavne. 



Coppersmiths and Gas Fitters. 



Miller & Neuroth, 

119 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 



Crockery. 

{8re China., Glass and Queensware.) 



Cutlery, Table and Pocket. 

(See Hardioare Decders.) 



Cutlery Grinders. 



Heldt John M., e s Lima rd, bet Second and 
Third, Fort Wayne. 



Dentists. 



Barbour Myron, 98 E. Berry. Fort Wayne. 



S. B. BROWN, 

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Oflace Nos. 9 and 10, Burgess' Block, 

(over First National Bank, ) 

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AH work receives his personal attention. 

Knapp Isaac, 

Nu. 1 Keystone Block, s w cor Calhoun 
and Coiunibia, Fort Wayne. 

Snider Evan, 

office 98 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Wells Arnold, s w cor Calhoun and Berry, 
opp Aveline House, Fort Wayne. 



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Distillers. 



Hanley Micliael, New Haven. 



Draughtsman. 

{See Architects.) 



Drugs & Medicines, Wiiolesaie 
and Retail. 



Dress and Cloak Makers. 

{See also. MUlviers.) 

Cartaux Hortense, w s Calhoun, 3 n Lewis, 

Fort Wayne. 
Doherty Rose, 32 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Farnekes Elizabeth R., 252 E. Washington, 

Fort Wayne. 
Foncaiioii Mrs. Nancy A., Monroeville. 
Fry Sarah, 16 Madison, Fort Wayne. 
Gable Johanna, 17 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 
Gardner Charity, SO Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Hamilton Elizajbetn, s s Wallace, bet Calhoun 

and Lafayette. 
Lenon Mrs. C, 92 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Line Annie, n w cor Wayne and Harrison, 

Fort Wayne. 
Malone Kate, bds 87 E. Washington, Fort 

Wayne. 
Parisave A. Miss, 156 E. Jefferson, Ft. Wayne. 
Pettengill A. M., 74 Columbia, Fort Wayne 
Smith Louisa, n w cor Main and Harrison, 

Fort Wayne. 
Talbott Lizzie, 186 "\V. Main, Fort Wayne. 

Townley, DeWald,Bond& Co 

105 and 107 Columbia, cor Calhoun, Fort 

^Vayne. 
Voorhees Mary, n s W. Main, 1 w Calhoun, 

Fort Wayne. 
Wentworth Mary, 85 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 



Dry Goods, Retail. 



Biddle & Hoagland, 

109, 111 and 113 Columbia, cor Calhoun, p* 

Fort Wayne. CQ 

Bond & Nones, 95 Columbia, Fort Wayne. ^ 

Meyer Brothers & Co., Z. 

118 Columbia, No. 2 Keystone Block, ^ 
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Crisenburg Peter S., Maysville, Harlan P. 0. g* 
Culbertson Henry H., 26 E. Main, Fort gl 

Wayne. ^ 

Etdington James, Marion Township, Root. ^ 
Kiser Peter, s s Calhoun, bet Main and Colura- ^ 

bia, Fort Wayne. o 

Lauferty & Bro., i08 Columbia, Fort Wayne. CD 
McDougal & Co., 7 Keystone Block, Fort C!J 

Wavne. _0 

Orff C. & Co., 

103 Columbia, Fort Wavne. 
Pierr J. & P., No. 1 Phoenix' Block, Calhoun, " 



Begue John, 



Drugs and Medicines. 



Crippen k Son, New H:iven. 
Dreici H. & Bro., Calhoun, opposite Key- 
stone Block, Fort Wavne. 

eEATiaiY & BEO., 

s w cor Main and Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Marshall Ezra T., 72 Barr, Fort Wayne. 

Meyer Brothers & Co., 

118 Columbia and No. 2 Keystone Block, 
Fort Wayne. 
Nill George C., Monroeville. 

NINDE L. M. & CO., 

78 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Selle Augustus L., w s Calhoun, 3 w Summit 
City House, Fort Wayne. 

Sturgis W. E., 

No. 1 Aveline House Block, Fort Wayne. 
Wagner H. G., n e cor Calhoun and Main, 
Fort Wayne. 



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Rohs Henry, 84 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Root & Co., 

90 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Schuckman Nicholas, New Haven. 
Schwegman H. R., 101 Columbia, Fort "^ 

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Strass Morris, 

South st, Monroeville. 

Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., 

105 and 107 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
True H. T., Marion Township, Root. 

Whittaker & Bell, 

New Haven. 
Woodward Eugene, 24 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 



Dry Goods, Wholesale. 



Abbott & Shoaff, 99 Columbi.t, Fort Wayne. 
Evans A. S., 73 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



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McDougal & Co., 

No. 7 Keystone Block, Ft. Wayne. 



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Orff G. & Co., 

103 Coluiiiloia, Furt Wayne. 

Root & Co., 

IHJ Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Schwosiiiau H. R., 101 'Columbia, Fort 
Wayne. 

Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., 

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(See Drvgfi and Medicines) 



Dyers and Scourers. 



Delano Tiiomas, e s Calhoun, 4 s Wasliington, 

Fort Wayne. 
.Termaii A. S., 57 W. Water, Fort Wayne. 



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Cooper E. Mrs., 176 W. Washington, Fort 
Wavne. 



Employment Agents. 



Jones George W. & Co., 

29 Post Office building, Fort Wayne. 



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Express Companies. 



American Express Co., 

C. L. Smith, agent, office Harrison, opp. 
Columbia, Fort Wayne. E. T. Thomp- 
son, agent, Monroeville. 



Great Western Despatcli, 

C. L. Smith, agent, office Harrison, opp 
Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Merchants' Union, 

H. A. Head, agent, office 75 Columbia, 
Fort Wayne. George W. Bell, agent, 
New Haven. 

U. S. Express Co., 

C. L. Smith, agent, office Harrison, opp 
Columbia, Fort Wayne. W. M. Bell, 
atrent. New Haven. 



Fancy Goods, Wholesale and 
Retail, 

{See also Dry Goods. Yankee Notmis, and 
Milliners. ) 



Black Joseph, 91 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Kane James M. & Bro., 9 Calhoun, opp Key- 
stone Block, Fort Wayne. 

Keil & Bro., No. 2 Phoenix Block, Calhoun, 
Fort Wayne. 

Koop John A. & Co., 96 Columbia, Fort 
Wayne. 



Redclsheimer H., e s Calhoun, '2 n Main, 
Fort Wayne. 

Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., 

10.5 and 107 Columbia, cor Calhoun, Fort 
Wavne. 

Updegraff Wm. W. & Co., 

w s Calhoun, 2 s Wayne, opp Mayer 
House, Fort Wayne. 



Farm Machinery. 

[See Agricultural Implenicuts.) 



File Cutters. 



ScliMdt C. & Co., 



Peai'l, bet Cass and Ewing, Fort Wayne. 



Fish Dealers. 



Bryant Stephen, 66 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne 



Flour Barrels, Flat Hoop. 



BEGUE J. & CO., New Haven. 
McKendry J. & Co., New Haven. 



Flour Mills. 



Artie, Pfeiffer & Co., proprs, e s Lima rd, 

nr Canal feeder, Bloomingdale. 
City Mills, P. Hoagland & Co., proprs, cor 

Cliiitonand Water, Fort Wayne. 
Comparet David F., s e cor Columbia and 

Lafayette, Fort Wayne. 
Corn Exchange Mills, John Brown, propr, n w 

cor Pearl and Maiden Lane, Fort Wayne 
Empire Mills, John Orff, propr, wend Main, 

Furt Wayne. 
Glenwood Mills, Daniel S. Beaver, propr, St. 

Mary's River, 2 miles s w city limits, Fort 

Wayne. 
Gloyd G. B., Perry Township, Perry. 
Hollopeter Jacob, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Jennes & James, Mavsville, Harlan P. 0. 
Lake Eli, Cuba, Harlan P. 0. 

Maumee Valley Mills, 

Rogers, Powers & Hartzel, proprs, New- 
Haven. 
Monroeville Mills, Swift & Bro., proprs, Mon- 
roeville. 

New Haven Mills, 

V. Powers & Co., proprs. New Haven. 
St. Joe Mills, John E. Hill, Jr., & Co., proprs. 

St. Joe rd, 1 mile n city, Fort Wayne. 
Stoner John, Perry Township, Perry. 
Stoner, Miller & Co., Cedarville, Leo P. 0. 
Vauzile John, Leo. 
Winch & Ashley, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 



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Benver D. S., 64-J Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Dunn & Co., n w cor Barr and Berry, Fort 

Wayne. 

HillJ. R Jr., & Co., 

Calhoun, opp Aveline House, Fort 

Wavne. 
Read M.'& Co., 40 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Sedgwick John, w s Barr, 2 s Wayne, Fort 

Wavne. 



Founderies and Machine Shops. 

[See also Machiniits.) 

Fort Wnyne Machine Works, Bass & ITanna, 

propr^, Hanna, nr Railroad crossing, Fort 

Wavne. 
Bowser "j. C. & Co., 23 W. Water, Fort 

Wayne. 
Murray & Bennigin, e s Calhoun, s Railway 

Depot, Fort Wayne. 
Rastetter Louis, 42 W. Jefferson, Fort Wayne 



Furs Wholesale and Retail 

{See also Hals, Caps and Furs.) 



Conner & Co., 



8 PlKenix Blk, Calhoun st. Fort Wayne. 



Gardeners. 



Roy Ferdinand, St. Joseph, Fort Wayne. 
Tournier Adolph, St. Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Gas and Steam Pipe Fitters. 

Hattersley Alfred, 48 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 

General Stores— 

Where a general annortmerd is kept. 
{See also Dry Goods and Groceries.) 



Frame Makers. 

{See Picture Frames.) 



Fruit Dealers Wholesale and 
Retail. 

Follinger J. M., 6 Phoenix Blk, Calhoun St., 
Fort \Vayne. 

Fort Wayne Fruit House, 

J. B. White, propr, 18 W. Berry, Fort 

Wayne. 
Huestes & Hamilton, 83 and 85 Columbia, 

F'ort Wayne. 
Walters David, w s Calhoun, 7 s Wayne, Fort 

Wavne. 



Furniture Manufacturers and 
Dealers. 

{See also Cabinet Makers.) 



Emrick Andrew J., 47 and 52 E. Columbia, 
Fort Wayne. 

Frey William A., e s Calhoun, 2 s Washing- 
ton, Fort Wayne. 

Griebel & Fee, 44 and 46 E. Main, Fort 
Wayne. 

Klaehn John J., 

44 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Miller John M., 50 and 52 E. Main, Fort 

Wayne. 
Tower Benjamin H., 59 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 



Beechgood John, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 

Begue J. & Co., >iew Haven. 

Bitzell Henry, Washington Township, Fort 

Wayne. 
Bonter Peter, Monroeville. 
Coomer Lafayette, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Crisenburg Peter S., Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Kemp & Winch, Hamilton, Leo P. U. 
Peters Abram, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Pool & Weller, Monroeville. 
Scarlet & Peters, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Schoerpf John, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Sciiuckman Nicholas, New Haven. 
Shatter John, Hall's Corners. ' 

Shaffer & Youngker, Main st, Monroeville. 
Shannon Boyd-, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Skellinger Sylvester, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Stephens Thomas, Cuba, Harlan P. 0. 
Strass Morris, Monroeville. 
Whitaker and Bell, New Haven. 
Wilson & Felts, Zanesville. 



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{See also Dry Goods; also Merchant Tailors.) 



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64 Callioun, Fort Wayne. 
Bostick E., 100 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Falk L., 5 Keystone Blk, Fort Wayne. 
PVeeman Joseph, 3 Keystone Blk, Fort Wayne 
Nirdlinger & Oppenhiemer, 1 Keystone Blk, 

Fort Wayne. 

Stookbridge N, P., 

94 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Taylor Charles F., 3 Aveline Block, Fort 

Wayne. 
Thieme J. G. & Bro., 71 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 

Tripp & Tigar, 

62 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 



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Glass. 



q5 Morgan & Beach, 

^ 89 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

jg Oakley B.W.& Son, 

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Bliler L., 

3(J floor McDougal blk, Fort Wayne. 
Wilmot James C, 14 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 
Wood William, w s Calhoun, 3 n Jefferson, 

Fort Wavne. 



Glassware. 

{See also China, Glnss and Queensware.) 



BEGUE JOHN, New Haven. 

Meyer Bros. & Co., 

il8 Columbia and 2 Keystone blk, Fort 

Wayne. 
Ward H". N., 48 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
WHITTAKEK & BELL, New Haven. 



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Smith John R., Adams Township, Fort 
Wavne P. 0. 



Grain Dealers. 

{See also Flour Mills.) 



Comparet David F., s e cor Lafayette and Co- 
lumbia, Fort Wayne. 

Taylor Royal W., n s Pearl, bet Harrison and 
Cass, Fort Wayne 



Grocers, Retail. 



Anderson & Ely, 



n w cor Main and Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Baldwin James A., 54 Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Barrett Rachel, w s Lafayette, 2 n Holman, 

Fort Wayne. 
Beegan Michael P., 37 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 

Begue John, 

New Haven. 
Blyler Daniel, w s Bror.dway, 1 s Washington 

Fort Wayne. 
Bonemann Charles, 114 Harrison, Fort Wayne. 

Brake U. & Co., 

n s Main, 2 w Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Breen James, 53 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Brudi Gottleib, 180 W. Washington, Fort 

Wayne. 
Clark Joseph, w s Calhoun, opp. Court House, 

Fort Wayne. 



F. F. BOLTZ & BRO,, 



Dealer.s in 



STAPLE & FANG! GROCERIES, 



And _P. vvisions. 



Highest Price paid for all kinds of Country 
Produce at CENTRAL GROCERY, 

No. 88 Calhoun St., 

FT. -V^A-ITIVE, - - i]vr>. 

Clark & Co., 98 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Deininger Ulrich, UN. Calhoun, Fort Wayne 

Didier Joseph, n w cor Harrison and Main, 
Fort Wayne. 

Dierstein Christian, s w cor Fairfield av and 
George, Fort \V;iyne. 

Dreibelbiss John P., n s Jefferson, 2 e Har- 
rison, Fort Wayne. 



Dunham & St'eele 



Main St., Monroeville. 
Dunn & Co., n w cor Barr and Berry, Fort 

Wayne. 
Embry James, n s Taylor, 2 w Fairfield av, 

Fort Wayne. 
Fink Charles, n w cor Pearl and Plarrison, 

Fort Wayne. 
Fochs George, Itil E. Washington, Ft. Wayne. 
Follinger J. M., 5 Phoenix blk. Fort Waj'ne. 
Frederickson J., Woodburn. 
Frizzell Lemuel, 76 Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Gaft'ney & McDonald, w s Calhoun, 3 s Baker, 

Fort Wayne 
Gerardin & Bro., s w cor Barr and Berry Fort 

Wayne. 
Greensfelder Gustavus, 158 Broadway, FoFt 

Wayne. 
Gerke Frederick, 205 Lafayette, Fort Wayne. 
Girard Charles, w s Broadwaj', 3 w Pritch- 

ard, Fort Wayne. 
Grojean Frank, e s Calhoun, cor Douglas av, 

Fort Wayne. 
Hambrock Frederick, n e cor Lafayette and 

Montgomery, Fort Wayne. 
Hedekin Thomas B., s e cor Barr and Colum- 
bia, Fort Wayne. 
Heller Peter, Eel River Township, Perry P. 0, 
Heller T. S., Eel River Township, Perry P. 0. 

Henderson & Putnam, 

78 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Herrington John, Hoagland av, opp. Bass, 

Fort Wayne. 
Hildebrand William & Co., w s Calhoun, 5 s 

• Wayne, Fort Wayne. 
Kenning William, 86 Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Kelsey & Beck, w s Harrison, 2,s Pearl, Fort 

Wayne. * 

Kline Jacob, 80 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Kline & Griffith, 80 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

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Koeble John George, w s Broadway, 6 s 

Pritchard, Fort Wayne. 
Koester John H., w s Calhoun, 1 s Jefferson, 

Fort Wayne. 

Kratzsch Herman, 

84 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Kruse William, w s Barr, 2 s Washington, 

Fort Wayne. 
Long Mason, 74 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Martin & Bro , n s Maip, 3 w Barr, Fort 

Wayne. 
Martin & Finegan, nr Lafayette, and Hol- 

man, Fort Wayne. 
Medsker & Bro., s e cor Lewis and Lafayette, 

Fort Wayne. 

Merriotte & Baker, 

South St., Monroeville. 
Nestle Philip 199 Lafavette, Fort Wavne. 
Orff C. & Co., lOS Columbia. Fort Wayne. 
Phillip B., 17 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Phelps & Dunton, Huntertown, Perry P. 0. 
Pierr J. & P., 1 Phoenix blk, Fort Wayne. 
Pipenbrink Conrad D., 54 W. Washington, 

Fort Wayne. 
Pool Samuel, Monroeville. 
Pulver Abrahabi, Huntertown, Perry P. O. 
Raab John, 92 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Redelsheimer H., e s Calhoun, 2 n Main, Fort 

Wayne, 
Saussei Lewis, Areola. 
Scheie & Louer, 5 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 
SchleinUofer John, n w cor Barr and Main, 

Fort Wayne. 
Schone Henry, 225 E. Washington, Fort 

Wayne. 
Schucknian Nicholas, New Haven. 
Sechler Jacob D., Huntertown, Perry P. 0. 
Seibold David, w s Lima rd, bet Douglas and 

canul feeder, Fort Wayne. 
Shell & Baker, Monroeville 
Slocum & Stelhvagon, 96 Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Smyser Michael, Jr., s \v cor Barr and Wayne, 

Fort Wayne. 
Spiegel Ernest G., s e cor Broadway and La- 

vinia, Fort Wayne. ^ 

Stewart Alexander, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Stoner & Wigent, w s Harrison, 3 s U. S. Ex. 

office, Fort Wayne. 
Stoots Joseph, Jefferson Township, New 

Haven. 



Strass Morris 



South St, Monroeville. 
Strunz Christian, 22 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 

Thiem Andrew, 

134 Broadway, Fort Wayne. 
Trentman Bernard H., h 51 Clay, Fort Wayne. 
Wiebeke & Taymeier, 128 W. Columbia, 

Fort Wayne. 
Wigman & Co., 19 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Williams & Bro., Areola. 



Whitaker & Bell 



M. B. STRONG, 

DEALER IN 

Choice Family Groceries 
and Provisions. 

Northwest corner Jefferson and 
Broadway, 

rOKT WAYNE, IND. 

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Zwiek Henry & Co., n w cor Calhoun and P 
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Redelsheimer S. & Son, 

93 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Huestes & Hamilton, 8.3 and 85 Columbia, iS 

Fort Wayne. — 

Trentman B. &Son, 86 Columbia Fort Wayne. O 

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Caskey Curtis, 

49 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Hedekin Thomas B., 

s e cor Barr and Columbia sts, Fort O 



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Hildebrand William & Co., ^ 

w s Calhoun bet Wayne & Washington, g^ 

Fort Wavne. ^ 

Hood William E , 92 Calhoun, Fort W^iyne. p^ 

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Guns, Pistols, Ammunition, 



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Fisliing Tackle. 

Main st. one door west of Exchange, 
Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

SEWING MACHINES and LOCKS re- 
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Kinzey Christian, Perry. 



"Housekeeping," "Dry Goods," ROOT & CO., offer the Best Quality of 

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Leonard WiHia::i, shop r 54 Barr, Fort Wayue. 

Long c Bio., Abuite township. 
. Miihme Ezra, Marion township, Root. 
52 Webb William Mavsville, Harlan P. O. 
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H? { See Hardware Dealtrs.) 



Hair Dressers, 

{Ste Barbers.) 



Hardware and Cutiery. 



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fi Afh & ilcCuUoch, 87 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

P3 Bacon Socrates, New Haven. 

2 Brandriff A. D. & Co., 58 and 60 E. Colum- 
f— 1 bia, Fort Wayne. 

J^ Caiter & Beuret, w s Harrison Robinson blk, 
^^ Fort Wayne. 

-g Morgan & Beach, 

O Sv Columbia, Fort Wayne, 

S Niezer & Graffe, 

^ South St, M'>nroeville. 

I Oakley B. W. k Son, 

r^ 79 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

g Wilson & Co., 81 Columbia", Fflrt Wayne. 

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"^Hardware and Cutlery, Whole- 
s' sale and Retail, 
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§ Ash & jlcCulloch, 87 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
^•^ Braudriti A. D. k. Co., 58 and 60 E. Colum- 
r bia, Fort Wayne. 

o Morgan & Beach, 

<0 8y Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

§ Oakley B. W. & Son, 

7 J Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Hats and Caps, Wholesale. 

Conner & Co., 



No. 'A Phoenix 
Wuviie. 



blk, Calhoun, Fort 



Hides, Pelts and Wool. 

Bash&Eakin, 61 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne* 
Heilbrorier A., 1 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Hides and Leather. 

{See also Leailier and Fiiidiugs^ 

Fry Jacob & Sons, 

Vl'6 Columbia, Furt Wayne. 
Nelreiter & Miller, 121 Columbia, Fort 

Wavne. 
Weisser"E. &Co., 115 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Hoop Skirts and Corsets. 

Black Joseph, 

91 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Horse Collar Manufacturers. 

(See (i.Uo Saddle and Hirness Makers. ) 



Racine & Bro., n w cor First and Cass Fort 

Wayne. 
Schwegel Jacob, 4l Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Hosiery and Gloves, Wholesale. 



Harness Makers. 

{See Saddle and Haniess Zlakers.) 



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■ ^ No. 3 Phoenix block, " Calhoun, For^ 

Wavne. 
.S Falk L., No. 5 Keystone blk. Fort Wayne. 



Hats, Caps and Furs, 

{See also Clothiers, aUo General Stores.) 



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Nachtrieb J. F., 13 Clinton, Fort Wavne. 



fi-i Schirmeyer C. L., 97 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
P* Schuckraan Nicholas, New Haven. 

S Stockbridge N. P., 

y -1 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Thieme J. G. & Brc^, 71 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Woodward & Young, 46 Calhoun, Fort 

Wayne. 



Updegraft' Wm. W. & Co., w s Calhoun, 2 s 
Wayne, opp Mayer House, Fort Wayne. 



Hot Air Furnaces and Ranges. 

Brown & Humphrey, n e cor Calhoun and 
Washington, Fort Wayne. 



Hotels. 



American House, F. F. Dean, propr., s s Co- 
lumbia bet Calhoun and Harrison, Fort 
Wayne. 

Aveline House, 

Miller & Moritz, proprs., s e cor Calhoun 
and Berry, Fort Wayne. 
Continental Hotel, James Graham, propr., w 
s Calhoun 2 n Baker, Fort Wayne. 

Exchange Hotel, 

Elias (t., Coverdale, propr, Monroe- 

ville. 
Grubb John, Huntertown, Perry P. 0. 
Hamilton House, 51 W. Berry, Fort Wayne. 
Hanna House, Mrs. Sarah A. Houston, propr, 

cor Barr and Washington, Fort Wayne. 

Hedekin House, 

Eli Kearns, propr., es Barr bet Main and 
I Columbia, Fort Wayne. 






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BUBGESS' BLOCK. 

Over First National Bank, 



Fort Wayne, 



ndiana. 



Represent the following Companies. 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE, Ass'ts.$ 14,000,000 



Connecticut General Life, Capital, 

Security Fire, of New York, Assets, 
Putnam Fire, of Hartford, " 

North- American Fire, of Hartford " 
Cincinnati Home Fire, Capital, 

Enterprise Fire, of Cincinnati " 
Buckeye Mutual Fire, of Cleveland, 0., As. 
Lumbermans Fire of Chicago. 111. Assets, 
National Travelers, of New York, " 



500,000 
1,600,000 
617,000 
360,000 
300,000 
1,000,000 
260,000 
330,000 
240,000 



As Agents of the above named first class, and well-known Companies, 
we are prepared to issue policies on all kinds of insurable property, on 
the most favorable terms. 

All Losses settled without delay, and rates always as low as the nature 
of the case will admit. 

Dwelling Houses, Furniture, and Farm Property insured for three or 
five years at very low rates, and on better terms than by Mutual Com- 
panies. 

Life risks negotiated on the most advantageous terms in the LAR- 
GEST, CHEAPEST and BEST LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY in the 
country. 

<^EO. IV. DURCJIM, jr. 

EDMUBiD P. EDSALl.. 



Table Linens, Sheetings, Towelings, Toilet Quilts, Napliins. NEW YORK STORE 

HOT BUSINESS KEGI6TEE. INS 209 



Leo House, Elias Zimmerman, prop., Ham" 
ilton, Leo P. 0. 

Main Street Exchange, 

AVERY FREEMAN, Jr. piopr., n s Main 
het Calhoun and Harrison. 






J. LESMAN, propr,, 

Cor of Calhoun and Wayne St., 

FOKT WAYNJ^, IND., 

The Public will find this a good 
first class Hotel. 

Terms as moderate as an}^ other 
Hotel in this City or elsewhere. 

Monroe House, Lyman Walker, propr., Main 
St, Mnnroeville. 

National Hotel, e s Barr bet Montgomery and 
Holman, J. J. Leifels, propr.. Fort 
Wayne. 

New HaveivHotel, J. E. Taylor, propr., New 
Haven. 

Nine Mile House, Nave Benjamin, propr., Ma- 
rion townsliip. Root P. 0. 

Phii!i[)s House, B. C. Pierce, propr, n w cor 
Columbia and Lafayette, Foit Wayne. 



House Furnishing Goods. 

Oakley B. W. & Son, 

79 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Townley,DeWald,Bond&Go., ^ 

lu.j k lu7 Columbia, cor Callioun, Fort 
Wayne. »-^ ' 

House Raiser and Mover. ^ 



Godfrey Charles, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 



lubs, Spokes and Felloes. § 



{See aho Wmjoii Slock.) 



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Brandriff A. D. & Co., 58 & 6U E. Columbia,, p* 

Fort Wayne. CQ 

Coombs & Co", 182 W. Columbia,Fort Wayn^. £ 

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Olds E". G. & Son, 



Ice Cream Saloons. 

{See Rislauranis, also Saloons.) 



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Ice Dealers. 



Leidel Edward, .5'2 & 54 Callioun, Fort Wayne 



F. Ft. W. k C. liy. Depot 
FORT WAYNE, - INDIANA. 

HENRY 3IcKINNlB, 

PROPRIETOR. 

Rockhill House, sw cor W. Main and Broad- 
way, Piiilo Rumsev, propr. Fort Wayno. 

Sleck's Hotel, Georg./A. Sleek, propr, 39 E. 
Water, Fort Wayne. 

Summit City Hotel, Fox & Strickland, proprs, 
n w cor Calhoun and Chicago, ar R. R. 
Depot. 

Union House, 

John F. Bower, propr, 49 W. Main, Fort 
Wayne. 

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Accident Ins. Co., of Columbus, George Es- 
mond, agt, room 26 P. 0. Bldg, Fort 
Wayne. 

National Travelers' Ins. Co., ol New York, 
Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess 
Blk, Foit Wayne. 

New York Ins. Co., of New York, John 
Hough, agt, TiO Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Ohio State Horse Ins. Co,, of Cincinnati, 
George W. Jones & Co., agts, room 29 
P. 0. Bldg. 

Provident Life Ins. <fe InvestmentCo., of Chi- 
cago, Geo. F. Stinchcomb & Co., agents, 
Avelinc I'lock, 71 Callioun, F<h'D Wayne. 

Railway Passengers' Assurance Co., of Hart- 
ford, F. P. Randall, agt, v/-s Clinton, bet 
Columbia and Main, Fort W^ayne. ^ 

Travelers' of Hartford, Conn., 51 

F. V. V. Shell, agt, Monroeville. ^ 

United States Casualty Ins. Co., of New Jer- *^ 

say, GeorL^e W. Jones & Co , agts, room gj 

29 P. U. Bidg. "^ 

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Insurance Companies, Fire and ^ 
Marine. P 

iEtna, of Hartford, Conn., 

E. G. Coverdale, agt, Munroeville. 
^tna, of Hartford, Conn., Johu Hough, agt, 
5U Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 



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^tna, of Hartford, Conn., M. Thompson, agt, 
New Haven. 

Banner Ins.Go., of Ft. Wayne 

Wm. B. Currier, prest, H. G. Farr, sec'y, 
office Hamilton's Block, Calhoun, Fort 
Wayne. 

Buckeye Mutual Fire Ins. Co., of Cleveland, 
Ohio, Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Bur- 
gess Blk, over 1st National Bank, Fort 
Wayne. 

Cincinnati Home Ins. Co., of Cincinnati, Dur- 
gin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess Block- 
over 1st National Bank, Fort Wayne. 

City Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn., Geo. 
F. Stiuchcomb & Co., agts, Aveline Blk, 
71 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Corn Exchange Ins. Co., of New York, Bab- 
cock & Lumbard, agts, office Hamilton's 
Old Bank Bldg, Clinton st, Fort Wajme 

Continental Ins. C"o., George F. Stiuchcomb, 
&Co., agts, Aveline Block, 71 Calhoun, 
Fort Wayne. 

Enterprise Fire Ins. Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess 
Block, over 1st National Bank, Fort 
Wavne. 



Fireman's Ins. Co. of Chicago, 

S. H. Bloomhuff, agt, room 25 P.O. Bldg, 
Fort Wayne. 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co., 

of Hartford, Conn., F. P. Randall, agt, 
office w 8 Clinton, bet Columbia and 
Main, Fort Wayne. 
Home, of New York, John Hough, agt, office 
50 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Home Fire Ins. Co., 

of New Haven, F. P. Randall, agt, office 
w 8 Clinton, bet Columbia and Main, 
Fort Wavue. 

Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co., 

of Indianapolis, F. P. Randall, agt, office 
w s Clinton, bet Columbia and Main, 
Fort Wayne. 

Insurance Co. of N. America, 

of Philadelphia, H. H. Bossler,agt, room 
4 over Hamilton's Bank, Fort Wayne. 
International, of New York, John Hough, agt, 
•"" office 50 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

"^ Liverpool & London & Globe 

2 FIRE & LIFE INS. CO., John S. Irwin, 

CS art, office Merchants' National B'k, Fort 

g Wayne. 

S Lorillard Fire Ina. Co., of New York, H. C. 
Hartman, agt, Hamilton's Hall Bldg, Fort 
Wayne. 
L.mberman's Ins. Co., of Chicago, 111., Dur- 
gin & Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess Blk, 
over 1st National Bank, Fort Wayne. 



Manhattan Fire Ins. Co., 

of New York, H. H. Bossier, agt, room 4 
over Hamilton's Bank, Fort Wayne. , 

Merchants' Ins. Co., of Chicago, H. C. Hart- 
man, agt, office Hamilton's Hall Bldg, 
Fort Wayne. 

Merchants' Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn., Geo. 
F. Stinchcomb & Co., agts, Aveline Bl'k, 
71 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Metropolitan Ins. Co., of New York, Babcock 
& Lumbard, agts, office Hamilton's Old 
Bank Bldg, Clinton st. Fort Wayne. 

North American Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, 
Conn., Durgin & Edsall, agts, room 6 
Burgess Block, over 1st National Bank, 
I'ort Wayne. 

Phenix Fire Ins. Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y., S. 
Lumbard, agt, office Hamilton's Old Bank 
Bld'g, Clinton st. Fort Wayne. 

Phoenix, of Hartford, Conn., 

G. W. Bell, agt. New Haven. 

Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., 

of Hartford, Conn., H. H. Bossier, agt, 
room 4 over Hamilton's Bank, Fort 
Wayne. 

Phoenix, of Hartford, Conn., 

F. V. V. Shell, agt, Monroeville. 
Putnam Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, Conn., 
Durgin & Edsall, agents, room 6 Burgess 
Block, over 1st National Bank, Fort 
Wayne. 
Resolute Fire Ins. Co., of New York, H. G. 
Farr, agt, office Hamilton's Blk, Calhoun 
st. Fort Wayne. 
Security Fire Ins. Co., of New York, Durgin 
& Edsall, agts, room 6 Burgess Blk, over 
1st National Bank, Fort Wayne. 
Springfield Fire & Marine Ins. Co., of Spring- 
field, Mass., George W. Babcock, agt, 
office Hamilton's Old Bank Bldg, Clinton 
st, Fort Wayne. 
State Ins. Co., of Fort Wayne, Ind., George 
W. Babcock, gen'l agt, office Hamilton's 
Old Bank Bldg, Fort Wayne. 
Underwriters' Agency, of New York, John 
Hough, agt, 50 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Union Fire Ins. Co., 

of Indianapolis, In;.'., H. H. Bossier, agt, 
office room 4 over Hamilton's Bank. Fort 
Wayne. 

Winneshiek Ins. Co., of Freeport, III, Bab- 
cock & Lumbard. agts, office Hamilton's 
Old Bank Bldg, Clinton st. Fort Wayne. 

Yonkers & New York Fire Ins. Co., of New 
York, Homer C. Hartraan, agt, Hamil- 
Hall Bldg, Fort Wayne. 

Insurance Companies, Life. 



Connecticut General Life Ins. Co., of Hart- 
ford, Conn., Durgin & Edsall, agta, room 
6 Burgess Blk, over 1st National Bank, 
Fort Wayne. 



Take no Baking Powder but Biddle & Hoagland's. 

INS BUSINESS REGISTER. LAW 211 



Oonn. Mutual Life Ins. Co., 

of Hartford, Conn., Durgin & Edsnll,:tgts, 
room fi Burgess Blk, over 1st National 
Bank, Fort Wayne. 

EpilaWe Life Assurance Society 

of U. S., of New York, John S. Irwin, 
agt, office Merchants' National B'k, Fort 
Wayne. 
Great Western Life Ins. Co., of New York, 
George W. Jones, agt, room 29 P. 0. 
Bldg, Fort Wayne. 

Home, of Brooklyn, N. Y., 

F. V. V. Shell, agt, Monroeville. 

Home Life Ins. Co., of N. Y., 

H. H. Bossier, agt, room 4 over Hamil- 
ton's Bank, Fort Wayne. 

Manhattan Life Ins. Co., of New York, Geo. 
F. Stinchcomb, agt, Aveline Block, VI 
Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Mutual, of New York, .John Hough, agt, office 
50 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., of Boston, 
S. Lunibard, agt, office Hamilton's Old 
Bank Bldg, Clinton st. Fort Wayne. 

North America Life Ins. Co., of New York, 
Homer C. Hartman, agt, Hamilton's Hall 
Bldg, Fort Wayne. 

Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co., of Wis- 
consin, Charles M. Barton, agt, Aveline 
Block, 7i Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Mers'Life&AcciSeBtIiis.Gfl., 

of Hartford, Conn., H. H. Bossier, State 
agt, room 4 over Hanviltoa's Bank, Fort 
Wayne. 

Insurance Companies, Live 
* Stock. 



Hartford Live Stock Ins. Co., 

of Hartford, Conn., H. H. Bossier, agt, 
room 4 over Hamilton's Bank, Fort 
Wayne. 

Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., 

' F. V. V. Shell, agt, cor Main and South, 
Monroeville. 



Intelligence Office. 

{See also JUmployment Agents.) 

Jones George W. & Co., room 29 P. 0. Bldg, 
Fort Wavne. 



Iron Founders. 

{See Foundries and Machine Shops.) 



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Iron and Steel Warehouses. 

{See Hardware.) 



Jewelers. 

{See Watches, C'/ock.i and Jnvdry. 

Justices of the Peace. 

{See Apf/ndlz.) 



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Ladies' Furnishings Goods. K' 



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64 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Fray F. M., n w cor Calhoun and Wayne. 
Neireiter Kate, 14 W. Main, Fort Wayne 
Taylor Charles F., 3 Aveline Bloci^, Fort 5 

Wayne. CD 

Weber A., n w cor Main and Clinton, Fort "^ 

Wayne. £ 

Winsor James H., 74 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 09 



Lath and Shingles. 

{See also Lumber Dealers.) 



Trier & Tegtmyer, 

w s Ev/ing, bet the canal and Water. 



Lawyers. 



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Bittinger Adam H. 

office n w cor Main and Calhoun, Fort ^ 

Wayne. g 

Bloomhuff S. H., room 25 Post Office bldg, g. 

Fort Wayne. J^j" 

Bowser J. C, room 3 over Hamilton's Bank, O 

Fort Wayne. t^. 

Brackenridge Joseph, (Judge,) room 3 over CO 

Hamilton's Bank, Fort Wayne. ^^^ 

Brackenridge Robert, room 3 over Hamilton's ™ 

Bank, Fort Wavne. O 

Carson William W., office No. 2 Phoenix 2. 

Block, Calhoun, Fort Wayne. ^ 

Colerick D. H. & W. G., « 

Calhoun, opp Court House, Fort AVayne. ^ 

Colerick J. & D., § 

Stewart's Bldg, C.illioun, opp Court 
House, Fort Wayne. CO 



Coombs & Miller, 



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Coverdale E. G., Monroeville. 
Dickison Henry, New Haven. 
Edgerton Joseph K. 85 W. Wayn,', Fort ^3 



Wavne. 



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Fay James, room 1 over Haiiiilton's Bank, C^ 
Fort Wayne. fj 

France J. S., office 5 E. Main. CD 

Hough John, .o() Calhoun, Fort Wayne 
Jenison William T., loom 1 over Haa:iltoa*8 

Bank, Fort Wayne. 
Milliman C. T. N., No. .'» E. Mwn, Fort 
Wayne. 



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"New York Store/' 90 Columbia St., ROOT & CO., Jobbers and 

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Ninde, Taylor & Robertson, office U W. 
Miiin, Fort Wayne. 
2 U'Rourke Edward, office Court House, Fort 
^ Wayne. 

g Eandall Franklin P., 

t^ 9 Clinton, Ft. Wayne. 

- Ryan Daniel, w s Callioun, (Phoenix Block,) 
P^ ' bet Main and Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

■g ScliellJames H., 

(D No. 8 Burgess Block, over First National 

|3 Bank, Fort Wayne. 

5Z2 Shaffer John, Hall's Corners. 

I Shell F. V. v., 

cor Main and South, Monroeville. 



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Albany, N. Y. 
N. Y. City. 
Fort Wavue. 



t>^ Smith William, office u w cor Main and Cal- 

^ houn. Fort Wayne. 

Q^ Spencer & Zollars, Calhoun, opposite Key- 

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Neireiter & Miller, 121 Columbia, Fort 
Wavne. 

Reed & Hayes, 57 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne 

Robinson Jatnes H., w s Hurrison, head of 
Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Sander C. W., 8i Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Vordcrmark E., No. 4 Phoenix Block, Cal- 
houn, Fort Wayne. 

Weisser E. & Co., 116 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Lime Burners and Dealers. 



Kenney & Roper, n e cor Barr an.d Columbia, 
Fort Wayne. 



Lillie & Brother 



w s N. Callioun, on the Canal, Fort 
Wayne. 
Paul & Koester, n e cor Ca-s and Pearl, Fort 
Wayne. 



Live Stock Dealers. 



Anderson Frederick M., Maysrille, Harlan 

P. 0. 
Fischer Jobst, New Haven. 
Hamilton William, Fort Wayne. 
McCormick William M., Eel Township, Perry. 

Livery, Boarding and Sale 
Stables, 



stone Block, Fort Wayne. 

TMelmann George 0., 



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« Wagner Bernard, office Phosnix Block, Fort 

C3 Wayne. 



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Westrumb H. C. F«, 

office Justice's Office, Fort Wayne. 

Whedon & Kerr, 



<!;» n w cor Main and Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

& Wilkison James, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. ' 
^ Wiilsou H. F., room '27 Post Office building, 



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^^ Wines Marshall W., No. 2 Phosnix Block, 

05 Callioun, Fort Wayne. 

pJCh Worden James L., office Court House, Fort 
■*"* Wayne. 

ti Worden & Morris, office Court House, Fort 
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Leather and Findings. 



Boss Henry, e s Calhoim, ^ n Jefferson, Fort 
Wayne. 



Fletcher J, Frank, 

s e cor Calhoun and Maumeo, nr railroad 

depot. Fort Wayne. 
Glynn Mattiiias, 53 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Luce George W., Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Jleeks & Grandstaff, Main st, Monroeville. 
Read A. J., Court st, opp Court House, Fort 

Wayne. ♦ 

Swain Jackson, 

s s Berry, 1 w Calhoun, Fort Wavne 

Taylor, W. M,, 

e s Calhoun, 1 s Mayer House, Fort 
Wayne. 

Vanalstine William, 

w s Barr, bet Main and Columbia, Fort 
)Vayne. 
Young Henry J., s s Pearl, bet Harrison and 
Maiden Lane, P'ort Wayne. 



Locksmiths and Bell Hansrers. 



Baquet C, 20 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Reiling August, n w cor Pearl and Ewing, 
Fort Wayne. 



Lumber, Hardwood. 

Prentiss J. R. & Son, 23 W. Water, Fort 
Wayne. 



Retailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 

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Lumber Fl^anufacturers and 
Dealers. 



Baker William D., Monroeville. 

Clark & Rhinesniith, railroad s e depot, Fort 

Wayne. 
Edgertoii J. K. & Co., railroad s e depot, 

Fort Wayne. 
Hall, Sclinelker k Co., New Haven. 
McElfatrick & Lewis, cor Clinton and Water, 

Fort Wayne. 
Prentiss J. li. & Son, 23 W. Water, Fort 

Wavne. 



Machinists. 

{See also Foundries and 3Iachine Shops, also 
Steam Ungiue Builders.) 

Kestel Peter, 

w 8 Calhoun, 2 n .Jefferson, Fort Wayne. 

Eastetter Louis, 

42 W. Jeflcr.-Jou, Fort Wayne. 



Maisters. 

{See Brewers ) 



Marble Workers and Dealers. 



Lawson Robert P., cor Main and Cass, Fort 

Wayne. 
Humphrey, Becker & Suttermeister, n w cor 

Main and Fulton, Fort Wavne. 



fVlason Builders. 

{See Contractors, also Carpenters and Builders,) 



Kelsey James, w s Harrison, 1 n Main, Fort 

Wayne. 
Lekanf John, 98 Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Meyers & Jobs, 94 Barr, Fort Wavne. 
Orr Michael, 84 Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Schiefer.stein Philip, n s Main, 6 w Barr, 

Fort Wayne. 
Weller John G., w s Calhoun, 6 s Wayne, 

Fort Wayne. 
Wilkins Christian, e s Calhoun, 5 n Washing 

ton ; also, w s Broadway, 3 n Jefferson, 

Fort VVayne. 
W^olf Abraham, lU and 05 W. W\aync, Fort 

Wavne. 



Mechanics Tools. 



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Morgan & Beach, 

89 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Oakley B. W. & Son, 

79 Columbia, Foit Wavne. 



Merchant Tailors. 



Masonic Jewels. 

ANGELL B. D., 64 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 



leat Markets. 



Black David H., w s Calhoun, 3 n Baker, 

Fort Wayne. 
Brookes John, New Haven. 
Burhau Edward, opp Main st. Exchange 
Dorkcr & Hendershot, 66 Calhoun, Fort 

Wayne. 
Eckart Frederick, w s Calhoun, bet Main 

and Berry, Fort Wayne. 
Eckart Frederick P. W., w s Calhoun, 2 s 

Washington, Fort Wayne. 
Fisher Isaac, n s Griffith, 1 s Washington, 

Fort Wayne. 
Fisher Joseph, New Haven. 
Johnson William M., Maysville, Hailan P. 0. 
Keefer Samuel, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 



Bostick E., 

100 Cfdumbia, Fort Wayne. 
Clark Joseph A., 4 Aveline Honse, Fort 

Wayne. 
Dtininger Josei)h E., s s Jefferson, 1 w Cal- , 

houn, Fort Wayne. 
Elliott Abraham, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 

Fiedderman John G. & Co., 

25 Main, Fort Wayne. 
Freeman Joseph, 3 Keystone Block, Fort 
Wayne. 

Keefer & Heingartner, 

19 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 
Krimmel Traugott, w s Calhoun, 3 n Wash- 
ington, Fort Wayne. 
Lauferty & Bro., 108 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
\ Mayer & Grieb, w s Barr, bet W'ayne and 

Berry, Fort Wayne. 
j Nirdlinger & Oppenheimer, 1 Keystone Blk, 
Fort Wayne. 
Prill Isaac, Areola. 

Rabus John, w s Lima rd, 2 n High, Fort 
Wavne. 

[ Schmalz Charles, 18 E. Wayne, Fort Wayne. 
I Shannon Michael, 96 Columbia, Fort W.ivne. 
! Thieme J. G. & Bro., 71 E. Columbia, Fort 
i Wayne. 

I Vogel C. G. & Son, e s Calhoun, opp Phoenix 
Blk, Fort Wayne. 
Willie Francis, New Haven. 



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Millers. 

{See Flour Mills.) 






Midwives. 



Matsch Dorothea, 234 W. Washingtor, For", 
Wayne. 



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Mill Gearing. 



Fort Wayne Machine Works, Bass & Ilanna, 
propis, Hanna, nr Railroad crossing, Fort 
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Mill Picks, &C. 



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Milliners and Dealers in Milli- 
nery Goods. 

Buttenbender L., 1*79 W. Wasliington. Fort 

Wayne. 
Coolv Emily, 168 W. Jefferson, Fort Wayne. 
Delzell S. J., a PLoenix Blk, Fort Wayne. 
Foncanon Nancy A., Mrs , Monroeville. 
Fray F. M., n w cor Wayne and Calhoun, 

Fort Wayne. 
Gilchrist Mellissa, room 12 Burgess Blk, Fort 

Wayne. 
Neireiter Kate Miss, 14 W. Main, Fort 

Wayne. 
Oiff C. & Co., 103 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Piepenbrink Christian, n w cor Calhoun and 

Jefferson, Fort Wayne. 
Saxton Madame, 70 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Sexton Flora, 3 Union Blk, Main st. Fort 

Wayne. 
Shilling & Lau, 4 Phoenix Blk, Calhoun st, 

Fort Wayne. 
Shordon Catharine, 17 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 
Vogel C. G. Mrs., e s Calhoun, opp Phoenix 

Blk, Fort Wayne. 
Wagner Henry, 24 Court, Fort Wayne. 
Weber A., n w cor Main and Clinton, Fort 

Wayne. 

Model Makers. 



Mouldings. 

{See Cabinet Makers ; also Fleming Mills.) 



McElfatrick & Lewis, cor Clinton and Water. 
Fort Wayne. 



Mowers and Reapers. 

{See Agricultural Jmplements.) 



iusic and Musical Instruments 



Anderson Thomas B., 2 Aveliue Blk, Fort 

Wayne. 
Hill C. L., 52 and 54 Calhoun, Foit Wayne. 
Kestel Peter, w s Calhoun, 2 n Jefferson, Fort 

W-ayne. 

Stockbridge N. P., 

104 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Walther & Ogden, 

21 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 



lail Keg Hoops. 



BEGUE J. & Co., New Haven. 



Nails. 



E. ^7^. P^OSTOIST, 

MODEL MAKER. 

Models of all Kinds 

Made on SHORT NOTICE, in the BEST 
STYLES, and on 



ej PtesLSonsblDle Terms 



Morgan & Beach, 

89 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Oakley B.W.& Son, 

79 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



News and Periodical Depots. 

Siemon Bro. & Co., 77 E. Columbia, Fort 
Wayne. 

SMITH LOEIN, 

Post Office Bldg, Fort Wayne. 



Newspapers. 



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Room No, 7, 

Burgess Block, over First National Bank, 
FOET WAYjVB, IND. 



Boston E. W. 



room 7 Burgess Blk, Fort Wayne. 



Dollar Weekly Press, D. W. Jones & Son, 
publishers and proprs, Pearl st, rear Phoe- 
nix Blk, Fort Wavne. 

INDIANA STAATS ' ZEITUNG, (weekly,) 
Sarnighausen & Kampe, proprs, n e cor 
Columbia isnd Clinton, Fort Wavne. 

FORT WAYNE DAILY AND WEEKLY 
DEMOCRAT, E. & F. J. Zimmerman, edi- 
tors and proprs, 1 Phoenix Blk, Calhoun 
st, Fort Wayne. 

FORT WAYNE DAILY AND WEEKLY 
GAZETTE, Isaac Jenkinson, propr and 
publisher, 125 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Get your Paints, Oils and D^^e Stuffs at Biddle & Hoagland's 

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Notaries Public. 

(See also Lawyers. ) 



Bloomhuff S. H., 

room 25 Post Office Bldg, Fort Wayne. 
Bossier H. H., room 4, over Hamilton's Bank, 

Fort Wayne. 
Oarier A. H., room 30 Post Office BIdg, Fort 

Wayne. 
Colerick W. G., Calhoun st, opp Court House, 

Fort Wayne. 

Coverdale Ellas 6., 

Monroeville. 



S. C. AYRES, M. D., 



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Esmond George, 

26 and 27 Post Office Bldg, Fort Wayne. 
Fisher David C, office, 50 Calhoun, Fort 
Wayne. 

Graham James E., 

room 4, over Hamilton's Bank, Fort 

Wayne. 
Hartman Homer C, Hamilton Hall Bld'g, 

Fort Wayne. 
Hayden John W., w s Clinton, 1 s Wayne, 

Fort Wayne. 
Hough John, .50 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Jones George W., 

room 29 Post Office Bldg. Fort Wayne. 

Kerr William J., office n w cor Main and Cal- 
houn, Fort Wayne. 

Eogers John, New Haven. 

Sliaffer John, Madison Township Monroeville 
P. 0. 



Office JSo. 80 Calhoun St., S 

FT. WAYNE IND. 



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Oil, Linseed. 



Story & Clark, 

ss Canal, 1 w Callioun. 



Omnibus Lines. 



Fletcher C. P., 






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4^ Aveline House block, Fort Wayne. "* 



Oyster Depots. 



Shell F. V. v., 



Main, cor South, Monroeville. 
Stinchcomb George F. & Co.. Aveline block, 

71 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Tons Henry, office 50 Callioun, Fort Wayne. 
Wood George W., n vv cor Berry and Barr, 

Fort Wayne. 



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J. B. White, propr, 18 W. Berry, Fort !:9 

Wayne. g 

Haskell Washington, 43 E. Columbia, Fort »—• 

Wayne. »"^ 

Huestes & Hamilton, 83 and 85 Columbia, S 

Fort Wavne. - 



Packing Boxes. 



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Wise Piatt J., s of Railroad, opp Depot, Fort 2, 
Wayne. -^ 



Nurserymen and Florists. 

Covington Thomas, Aboite Township. 

Elm Park, DeGroff Nelson, propr, Adams 
Township, 3 miles e of Fort Wayne. De- 
pot, ss Main, bet Harrison and Calhoun, 
Fort Wayne. 

Home Place, St. Joe River, 1 mile n of City, 
H. E. Rudisill, propr, Fort Wavne. 

Rein hard Fox, w s Fox. s T. W. & W. Ry., 
Fort Wavne. 



Oculists and Aurists. 



Ayres Stephen C, office 80 Calhoun, Fort 
Wayne. 

Stevens Gilbert L., 

15 E. Jefferson, Fort Wayne, 



Painters, Banner. 



Kover 0. J., Robinson's blk, head of Colum 
bia. Fort Wayne. 



Painters, Carriage. 



Bellamy Albert F., n s Main, bet Maiden Lane 

and Harrison, Fort Wayne. 
Seybold Charles F., e s Calhoun, 3 s Holman, 

Fort Wayne. 



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Kover 0. J., Robinson blk, head of Colum 
bia, Fort Wavne. 



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Painters, House, Sign and Or- 
namental. 

Alter Jacob, w s VanBuren, 2 s Jefferson, 
Fort Wayne. 



KOOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a'large slock of Cloaklngs, Cloths, 

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62 Calhoun, McDougal Block, Fort 

Wayne. 
Boehm C., Robinson Block, Fort Wayne. 
Buhr Nicholas, 131 E. Washington, Fort 

Wayne. 
Carrington Andrew D., Maysville, Ilarhtn, 

P. 0. 
Day Henry, e a Clinton, 1 n Main, Fort 

Wayne. 
Fairfield John, Monroevilla. 
Gibson F. X., e s Jackson, bet Jefferson and 

Wilt, Fort Wayne. 
Kleiner John, 198 W. Jefferson, Fort Wayne. 
Kliuer John, e s Griffith, 23 Jefferson, (.''ort 

Wavne. 



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Robinson's Block, head of Columbia, 
Fort Wayne. 

Lewis Harvey W., Cuba, Harlan P. 0. 

Miller Lewis, n s Main, 4 w Barr, Fort Wayne. 

Page Stanley, al, bet Blurry and Main, Clin- 
ton and Barr, Fort Wayne. 

Sapp Joseph, Haniikon, Leo, P. 0. 



YERGENS A. H., 

78 and 80 Calhon, Fort Wayne. 



Painters, Landscape & Portrait. 

DILLE J. H., 

over Hamilton's Bank, Calhoun, Fort 
Wavne. 



Paints, Oils and Glass. 



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Grainer, Glazier & Paper Hanger, 

CALHOUJS- ST., 

One Block North of the Depot. 

FT WAYNE, - INDIANA. 

Starkey & Rupert, w s Calhoun, 3 n Berry 

Fort Wayne. 
Sweney J. L. & Co., Pearl, rear Keystone 

Block, Fort Wayne. 

J. G. WILMOT, 

ORMMENTIL PliTER, 

North End of Clinton Street, 
FT. WAYNE, - INDIANA. 



House Sign, Carriage, Window Shade 

and Ornamental Paintii.g, Paper 

Hanging, etc.. Glazing, Gilding 

and Graining, Neatly Done. 



Biddle & Hoagland, 109, 111 and 113, Colum- 
bia, Fort Wayne. 
Bond & Nones, 9Ji Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

MEYEE BROS. & 00, " 

118 Columbia and 2 Keystone blk, For^ 
Wayne. 
Starkey"& Rupert, r.^ s Calhoun, 3 n Berry, 
Fort Wayne. 



Paper Collars. 

{See also GcnU'' Furnishmg G-oodn.) 



ANGELL B, D., 

64 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 



Paper Hangings. 

{See .BookseUevs and Stationers, also Famiers.) 



Paper Mills. 



Dobilinski, Freeman & Bard, salesroom fl 
E. Columbia, Mills on St. Joseph River, 
4 miles n e the City, Fort Wayne. 



Patent Fanning IVSachines. 



POULSON B.-& CO., 

46 W. Main, Fort Wavne. 



Patent Medicines. 

{See also Druggists.) 



Becht Adam, s s Butler, 1 w Hoagland av. 

Fort Wayne. 
BIDDLE & HOAGLAND, n w cor Columbia 

and Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Gratigny & Bro., 

s w cor Jfain and Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Meyer Brothers & Co,, 

118 Columbia and 2 Keystone Block, 
Fort Wayne. 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels-, Underwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

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Patent Right Agencies. 

Jones George W. & Co., 

29 Post Office Bldg, Fort Wayne. 

Willson H. F., 

room 27 Post Office Bldg, Fort Wayne. 



Pension Agents. 

[See Bounty, Pemion and War Claim Agents.) 



Petrolene Fluid. 



Hildebrand William & Co., 

w s Calhoun, 6 s Wayne, Fort Wayne. 



Photographs, Ambrotypes, etc 

Bowen George, Moiiroeville. 
Conklin Theodore, (SlioafF's GiiUery,) n w cor 
Main and Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Dille J. H, 

(COLORIST) over Hamilton's Bank, Fort 
Wayne. 

Kejstoiie Art Gallery. J. A. Slioaff, 

prop, cor Columbia and Calhoun, Fort 
Wayne. 

Saunders Joseph B., 

No. 3 Phreuix Block, Calhoun, Fort 
Wayne. 

Williams k Bro., 

106 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Brooks William II., office and residence 108 
W. Main, Fort Wayne. 

Bruebach George T., g« 

8 w cor Calhoun and Berry, Fort Wayne. CO 

Clark James, Marion Town;ihip, Root P. 6. ^ 

Cosgrove Franklin, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. f[> 

Crippen Asa B., New Haven. k_. 

Dougall William, Adams Township, New {={ 

Haven P. 0. ,_► 

Engle J. B., Madison Township, Monroe/ille tJ* 

P. 0. 5? 

Eakin Thomas C, Monroeville. u 

Ervviii A. J., office Calhoun, opp Keystone pj 

Block, Fort Wayne. C3 



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Office over Central Drug Store* L. M. Ninde k o 
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Physicians and Surgeons, 

Anderson Joseph H., New Haven 

Ayres Henry ]'., n e cor Main and Calhoun, 

Fort Wayne. 
Bacon Francis C, Huntertown, Perry P. 0. 

G. W. BOWEN, M.l)7" 

HOMCEOPATHIC 

Office 52 Calhoun st..^ {vj) kiairs.) 

Residence 49 Barr st., near Main. 

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Fuller James S., Huntertown, Perry P. 0. ^^ 

Gallus J. W., Adams Township, New Haven tr* 

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Goeriz A., £ 

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Gregg J. S., office, n w Columbia and Calhoun, «• 

Fort Wayne. 
Grogan William F., w s Calhoun, 3 s Jeffer- W 

son, Fort Wavne. O 

Guenther J. W., Maysville, Harlan P. 0. g, 

Henry Joseph D., Maple.s. ♦ ^ 

Jesse JoHn M., office Phronix Block, Fort ^^ 

Wayne. p3~ 

Kelsey P. G., s w cor Berry and Calhoun, Fort ^ 

VVayne. © 

Riser Daniel, 190 W. Main, Fort Wayne. j=! 



Leonard Park M. 



office No. 6 Phoenix Block, Fort Wavne. ^ 
Lieber F., 11 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 



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McCuUough Thomas P., 

office 80 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. '\\ 

.McDuffev James, Eel River Township, Perrv. ^ 

Myers W. E, ^ 

s w cor Main and Calhoun, Fort Wayne. ^ 
Xull Lvcurgus S., New Haven. ?? 

Oiiro Josei'ili, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Rosenthal Isaac, n e cor Main and Calhoun, 

Fi>i-l Wayne. 
Schmitz Charles, n w cor College and Wilt; 
1 Fort Wayne. 



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Smith Cornelius S., 

38 Douglas av, Fort Wayne. 
g Spratt William, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 

^Sturgis & Myer, 

^ s w cor Main and Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Thacker William H., s w cor Berry and Cal- 
^ houn. Fort Wayne. 

O Thomas James, Adams Township, New Haven 

C^ P.O. 

-, linger George, 46 W.Washington, Fort Wayne. 

^ Ward E. S., Zaiiesville. 

^^ Wheelock & Murphy, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
CS Whery William P., office over Biddle & Hoag- 
^ land's Drug Store, Fort Wayne. 

:B Williamson M. F. 

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_^ Woodworth B. H., office n w cor Columbia and 
,t^ Calhoun, Fort Waviie. 

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JM HillC. L., 52-4, Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

1 Walther & Ogden, 

^ 21 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 

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53 Piano Forte Tuner and Repairer. 

^ \yalther & Ogden, 21 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 

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{See also. Cabinet Makers.) 



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fl» Keil & Bros., No. 2 Phojnix Block, Calhoun, 

O Fort Wayne. 

d Wood William, w s Callioun, 3 n Jeflerson, 

S^ ' Fort Wavne. 

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{See also. Sash, Doors and Blmds.) 

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9 Gothe & Co., New Haven. 

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^' Plaster, Hair and Cement. 

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Plow Manufacturers. 

Bowser J C & Co., 23 W. Water, Fort Wayne, 
Reid A. D. & Co., .57 W. Main, Pert Wayne, 



Potash Manufacturers. 

Struwer William k Co., e s Ewing, u £ of the 
Canal, Fort Wayne. 

Printers, Book and Job. 



Democrat Office, 



No. 1 Phoenix Block, Calhoun, Fort 
Wayne. 

Gazette Office, 

I. Jenkinson, propr, 125 Columbia, Fort 
Wayne. 

Indiana Staats Zeitung, 

n e cor Columbia and Clinton, Fort Wayne 
Jones David W. & Son, Pearl, rear Keystone 

Block, Fort Wayne. 
Norton W. H., n w cor Clinton and Main. Fort 

Wavne. 



PJ Llllie & Brother, ws N.Calhoun, on the Canal, 
Fort Wayne. 



Plasterers. 

{See also. Mason Builders.) 



Gilford Alfred, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 

Maxfield Henry W., Cuba, Harlan P. 0. 

jfThomas L., Leo. 

iSloffer Aaron Jr., Eel Township, Perry. 



Produce Commission Merchants 

Bash & Eakin, 61 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Freiburger Simon, 63 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Haskell Washington, 43 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Heilbroner, A., 1 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 



Hill & Orbison, 



129 and 131 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Jennings J. W., w s Harrison, head of Colum- 
bia, Fort Wayne. 

READ M. & CO., 

40. E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Publishers. 

{See Xewspapera.) 



Pump Makers and Dealers. 



Boardman & Co., S. R. Boardmau, agt, 204 

W. Wayne. 
Dunten William, Huntertown, Perry. 

KYLE A. P. & CO., 

164 Broadway, Fort Wayne. 

Pierce James S., n s Pearl, bet Ewing and 
Griffith, Fort Wayne. 



Purchasing Agency. 



Jones George W. & Co, 

29 Post Office Bldg, Fort Wayne. 






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Railroads. 

{See Transportation, Appendix.) 



Real Estate Agents and Dealers. 

Barbour Mvron F., 9 E. Berrv, Fort Wayne. 
Bloomhuff'S. H., room 25 Post Office Bldg, 

Fort Wa_yne. 
Butler Niitlian. office Court House, Fort Wayne 

COVERDALE E. G., 

Monroeville. 



Esmond George, 



26-7 P. 0. bldg, Fort Wayne. 
Hanna Charles, 77 E. Berry, Fort Wayne. 
Hartman Homer C, Hamilton Hall bldg. 

Fort Wayne. 
Hough John, office, 50 Calhoun, Ft. Wayne. 
Jones George W., room 29 P. 0. bldg. Fort 

Wayne. 



Shell F. V. v., 



Main, cor South, Monroeville. 
Stiuchbomb George F. & Co., Aveline blk, 
71 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Reapers and Mowers. 

{See AgricuHural Implements.) 



Refrigerators. 

(See also House Far nishing Goods.) 



Morgan & Beach, 

89 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Regalia. 



AngellB.D., 



64 Calhoun, Fort Wavne. 



Restaurants. 

{See also Saloons.) 



Blakey Christopher, 78 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Boling Lemuel R., 25 W. Main, Ft. Wayne. 
Columbia Restaurant, John Leichner, propr, 

120 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Cothrell Jared, 65 E. Columbia, Ft. Wayne. 
Cummings Theodore T. J., n s Railroad, nr 

depot. Fort Wayne. 
Houser John M., 26 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Hull Wesley, n s Railroad, nr depot. Fort 

Wayne. 
O'ConneH D. & Bro., e s Calhoun, Aveline 

House blk. Fort Wayne. 
Rollins & Crowner, Monroeville. 
St. Nicholas Restaurant, Kalbacher & Schank, 

proprs, e s Calhouu, 2 n Wayne, Fort 

Wavne. 
Stein Charles, 25 Court, Fort Wayne. 



Weiman & Fox, 25 Main, Fort Wayne. 
Wentc William, 17 E. Main, and i Keystone 

blk. Fort Wayne. 
Whitljeck George H., n e cor Calhoun and 

Railroad, Fort Wayne. 



Saddlery Hardware. 



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Neireitcr Caspar, 122 Coluinliia, Ft. Wavne. ^ 

OAKLEY B. W. & SON, g- 

79 Coluinhia, Fort Wayne. 
Shoafi Samuel, 119 Columbia, P'ort Wayne. 

Saddle and Harness Make 

Derbv James W., Maysville, Harlan 

JOHNS ALFRED S., 

Tio Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Neireiter Caspar, 122 Columbia, Way 
Reynolds Ephraim, Monroeville. 
Schnitker & Miller, \ew Haven. 
Shoaff Samuel, 119 Columbia, Fort Wi 
Traub Lewis, 901 Columbia, Fort " ' 



Safes, Fire and Burglar 




OAKLEY B. W. & SON,K. 

79 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
» 

Saloons. 

{See also Restaurants.) 

Albert Nicolas, 88 Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Aufrecht Jacob, n e cor Main and Ha 

Fort Wayne. 
Aveline House Saloon, A. A. Bronsou, 

Aveline House, Fort Wayne. 
Bauserman Francis C, New Haven. , . 

Bechtold Lewis, n s Main, 6 w Barr, FoTt 

Wayne. 
BeugnotJ., New Haven. 
Bloem Louis, e s Lima rd, 2 n Second. Fort 

Wayne. 
Brenner David, 13 W. Wayne, Fort Wayne. 
Bula Daniel, e s Calhoun, 5 n Jefferton, Fort 

Wayne. j 

Clark James, Marion Township, Root. I 

Claus John C, n w cor Pritchard and Broad--* 

way. Fort Wayne. 

Columbia Restaurant, 

H. H. Bickel, propr, New Haven. 
Connett Joseph B., w s Harrison, bet Main 

and Berry, Fort Wayne. 
Creigh Hugh, Woodburn. 
Develin William, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Didier Joseph, n w cor Main and Harrison, 

Fort Wayne. 
Donahoe John, w s S. Calhoun, nr city limits. 
Dumas Peter, e s Calhoun, bet Douglas and 

Holman, Fort Wayne. 
Fischer Anthony, propr Union Saloon, 54 

Main, Fort Wayne. 



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Fox & Strickland, n w cor Chicago and Cal- 
lioun, Fort Wayne. 
♦ _ Freiudstine Peter, s s Columbia, bet Barr and 
CD Lafayette, Fort Wayne. 

^ Frizzoll Lenuiel, 16 Barr, Fort Wayne. 
^Geranlin Bros., s w cor Barr and Berry, Fort 
►2 Wayne. 

^ Goodman Francis X., 12 Calhoun, Fort 
, ■» Wayne. 

?H Gronauet W.G., 82 Callioun, Fort Wayne. 
^ Harbst Fredcricl?^, s w cor Calhoun and W. 
•"^ .;■,■ Jefferson, Fort Wayne. 
■ 7j;;IIeiber Frederick, 54 Calhoun, Fort Wayne, 
J^^atl ^^ogan Patrick, s e cor Holman & Calhoun. 
■y Fort Wayne. 

^m ITo'/.;;, Timothy, s e cor Calhoun and Grand, 
^ ."Vnt Wayne. • 

r .lohn M., 26 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 
r & Jones, s e cor Pearl and Harrison, 
ijort. Wayne. 
' 'oa'i+y George, s w cor Lafayette and Wal- 
'itce, Fort Wa.yne. 
1 Joseph S., Maumee rd bet Division 

Walnut, Fort Wayne. 
h Julius, 12 W. Main, Fort Wayne, 
illiam, s e cor Clinton and Main, Fort 
ayne. 

g William, 86 Barr, Fort Wayne, 
ohii M.. 22 E. Berry, Fort Wayne. 

John, G., w s Broadway 6 s Pritch- 
■d, Fort Wayne. 
K^.^Bfeer John, I'io Columbia, Fort Wayne, 
"'"■■"^dwin, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 

;an Mary, Virginia opp spoke factory, 
rt Wayne. 

aid & GaiFney, w s Calhoun 3 n Clii- 
go. Fort Wayne. 
Hyppolite, 50 E. Columbia, Fort 
ayne. 

& Finnegan, nr cor Lafayette and Hol- 
an St., Fort Wayne. 
George, w s Lima rd 3 w bridge. Fort 
. . ayne. 
2 Middleton Ambrose, Maples. 
^ Monot Peter, New Haven. 
g Neuenschwander Isaac M., 15 W. Wavne, 
jg Fort Wayne. 

0l Patton Charies, s s Columbia 3 e of Barr, 
ji^^ Fort Wayne. 

\<j> Rapp Christian, 24 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 
f\t^ Renaud Henry, 64 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Rosenbaum Frank, n w cor Monroe and 

Wayne, Fort Wayne. 
Scheie & Louer, 5 E. Main, Fott Wayne. 
Schnelker Herman, New Haven. 
Schulthcss John, 82 Barr, Fort Wayne. 
Seabold Christian, e s Calhoun, bet Douglas 
and Holman, Fort Wayne. 
I" Shell & Baker, cor Main and South, Fort 
Wavne. 
;Simona & Mills, 80 Barr, Fort Wa3me. 
Stewart Alexander, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 



Stur?enberger Anton, w s Lafayette, 2 s 

Columbia, Fort Wayi'.e 
Summers James, n w cor Calhoun and Baker, 

Fort Wayne. 
Tochtermann Gottlieb, 81-" Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Waldmann Benedict, w s Calhoun, 5 n Jeffer- 
son, Fore Wayne. 
Wente William, 17 E. Main, and 1 Keystone 

Blk, Fort Wayne. 
Whitman Harry, w s Lima rd, bet Canal 

feeder and Douglas, Fort Wavne. 
Wieblke & Taymeier, 128 W. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Wiseman Jacob. 32 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Zimmerman Antonie, 49 E. Main, Fort Wayne 



Sash Doors and Blinds. 

{See also Lumber Dealers ; also Flailing Mills.) 

Brandriff A. D, & Co., 58 and 60 E. Colum- 
bia, Fort Wayne. 

Coclirane, Humphrey & Co., 

n w cor Fulton and Pearl, Fort Wayne. 
Fronefield & Todd, n s Duck, nr Clinton, Fort 

Wayne. 
Hurd Orrin D., n s Canal, w Barr, Fort Wayne 



Strodel George, 



Sausag^e SVlakers. 



Eckert Frederick, w s Calhoun, bet Main and 

Berry, Fort Wayne. 
Noll Charles, 64^ E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Ofnloeh Peter, 99 Francis, Fort Wayne. 
Orr Michael, 84 Barr, Fort Wayne." 
Strodel Mathias, 12 E. Berry, Fort Wayne. 



Saw Repairers. 



Barbier Peter F., 107 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 

C OLSON EDWAED, 

57 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 

Saw Mills. 



76 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Strodel Mathias, 12 E. Berry Fort Wavne. 
Stump & Smith, 28 W. Wayne, Fort Wavne. 



Antrup Frederick W., St. Joseph Township* 
Fort Wayne P. 0. 

Baker & Bro., Mouroeville. 

Baker & Bro., s s Water, cor Lafayette, Fort 
Wayne. 

Baker & Co., Monroeville. 

Bird, Bowser & Mapel, Maples. 

Blystone Peter, Washington Township, Fort 
Wayne. 

Bowman & Bro., Aboite Township, Fort 
Wayne. 

Burkholder John, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 

Dague Jacob & Bro., Madison Township, Mon- 
roeville. 

Grube Israel, Madison Township, Monroe- 
ville. 

Green Henry S., Eel River Townsliip, Perry 
P. 0. 



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Flachs & Fry, Madison Township, Monroeville 

P. 0. 
fox, Tinibrook & Co., Maysville, Harlan P 

Hall, Schnelker & Go, 

New Haven. 
Hollopeter Jacob, Majsville, Harlan P. 0. 
Hunter William S., Perrj'. 
Jennes& James, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Krudop, Brandt & Co., w s Cass, bet Water 

andtbe Canal, Fort Wayne. 
Lake Eli, Cuba, Harlan P. 0. 
Meeds, Mooney & Co., Jackson Township, 

, Monroeville P. 0. 
Miser lienjamin, Areola. 

Monesmith & Snyder, Marion Township, Root 
Parker Christian, St. Joseph, Fort Wayne 

P. 0. 
Kauke, William & Co., Griffith, bet the Canai 

and Water, Fort Wayne. 
Rhoades & Schomp, Perry Township, Perry 

P. O. 
Eoy ilorentine, St. Joseph, Fort Wayne P. 0. 
Simmons James, St. Joseph, Fort Wayne 

P. 0. 
Sites & Meyers, Zanesville. 
Stoner, Miller & Co., Cedarville, P. 0. 
Wilken Herman, e s Cass, bet the Canal and 

Water, Fort Wayne. 
Zimmerman Ellas, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 



Scales, Hay, Platform and 
Counter. 

OAKLEY B. W. & SON, 

79 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

Second Hand Stores. 



Cassel Michael, w s Calhoun, bet Jefferson and 
Lewis, Fort Wayne, 



Seeds. 

{See also j\uri>erymen.} 



Hill John E., Jr., & Co., 66 Calhoun, Fort 
Wayne. 



Select Schools. 

{See also City and County Register.) 



Jewish German, s w cor Wayne and Harrison 

Fort Wayne. 
Pettit Sarah, s s W. Berry, 2 e Griffith, Fort 
► Wayne. 
SherrardN. Miss, 21 E. Wayne, Fort Wayne. 

Sewing Machines. 



Mmk, 

Peter Kestle, agt, w s Calhoun, 2 n Jef- 
ferson, Fort Wayne. 



Fiiiile & Lpii Sewiiij ffiaclieg, 

C. E. Morse, State agt, llamiltou Hail, ^^ 

GROVe'e & BAI[ER, I 

L. Lumbard, agent,' f^Cortfmbia, Fdrt <^ 

Wayne. m. 

Singer's, J. A. Kirby, agt, 2 Aveline House ^ 

Blk-, Fort Wayne. ' #-^ 

Wheeler & Wilson', C L. Hill, agt, 52 and 54 5* 

Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 

Shingle Manfrs. and Dealers, a 

{See also Lumber Dealers.) ^ 

. 't 

Bowers & Mahew, s s Melita, bet Webster t-H 

and Harrison, Fort Wayne. S3 

Clark & Rhinesmith, Railroad, s e of the De- g 

pot,.P'ort Wayne •»«{ 

Edgeiton J. K. ii'Co., Railroad, bet Calhoun ^ 

and Lafayette, Fort Wayne. S 

Gothe & Co., New Haven. ^ 

Trier & Tegtmyer, f 

Ewing, s s the Canal, Fort Wayne. ^ 



Shirt P/IanufactLirers. 



Angell B. D., 

04 C.I Ihoun,' Fort Wayne. 

Tripp & Tigar. 

*3'1 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 



Slate Roofer. 



Laidlaw Walter, 

Columbia rd, nr Canal, Fort Wayne. 

Sporting Apparatus. 



Raquet C, 20 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 



Stair Builders. 

{See aho Uarpentcrs and Builders.) 

POTTER JOSEPH "l; 

Griffith, n e cor Main, Fort Wayne. 



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Stave Manufacturers. 



BEGUEJ.&CO., 

New Haven. 
Edgerton J. K. k Co., Wnodburn. 

PITCH & MAPEL, 

Maples. 



3" 

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B . 



Try Biddle & Hoagland's Royal Baking Powder. 

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Gothe & Co., New Haven. 

. HALL, SCHNELKER & CO., 

<D New Haven. 

g^^ Hemphill James M., Monroeville. 

g McKENDRY J. & CO., 

^ New Haven. 

^ Fierce James S., n s Pearl, bet Ewing and 
^ Griffith, Fort Wayne. 

ff Riilya k KoberCson, Monroeville. 



Butler Nathan, office Court House, Fort 
Wavne. 



Tanners' Tools. 



Weisser E. & Co., 113 Columbia, Fort Wayne 



Tanners and Curriers. 



Steam Engine Builders. 

{See also Boiler Makers, also Machinists.) 



02 

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S Bass & Hanna, proprs Fort Wayne Machine 
}i Works, Hanna st Railroad crossing, Fort 

■tla Wayne. 

3 Bowser J. C. & Co., 23 W. Watei, Fort 

Wayne. 
^Murray &Bennigin, e s Calhoun, 2 s Railroad 

O crossing. .^______ 

S T^tone Yards and Dealers. 

-S LILLIE&^OTHEE^ 

S w s N. Calhoun, on the Canal, Fort 

r^ Wayne. 

g Paul & Koester, n e cor Cass and Pearl, Fort 
CC Wayne. 

" UNDERHILL P. S., 

05" Steam Building Stone Works, n w cor 
^ Pearl and Cass, Fort Wayne. ^^ 

^ Storage. 



FRY JACOB & SONS, 

Tannery Front st (Columbia nl,) w of the 

bridge, office 123 Columbia, Fort Wayue 
Neireiter& Miller, 121 Columbia, Fort Wayne 
Palmer & Worley, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
St. Joe Taunery, E. Weisser & Co., propr. 

Spy Run rd, 1 mile n of the city, office 

115 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 

UNION TANNERY, 

Manok & Schellehorn, proprs, e s Cass, 
bet Water and the Canal, Fort Wayne. 



Taxidermist. 



Smith Gustavus A., 45 E. Main, Fort Wayne 



Stoves and Tinware. 



S Hill & Orbisoa, 130 & 132 Columbia, Fort 
<D Wayne. . 

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^ Ash & McCuUoch, 87 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
52 Bacon Socrates, New Haven. 
,5 Brandriff A. D. & Co., 58 & 60 E. Columbia, 
Fort Wayne 



Teachers, IVlusic. 



Jones Charles A., Pearl, rear Keystone Block, 

Fort Wayne. 
Orff Henry Prof., 230 E. Washington, Fort 

Wayne. 

STEUBEY OHAELES, 

81 Jefferson, Fort Wayne. 



Telegraph Companies. 



GARTER & BEURET, 



CJ w s Harrison, Robiason's Block, Fort 

o3 Wayne. 

PQ Graffe G. W. & Co., w s Calhoun, 3 s Wash- 
CD ington. Fort Wavne. 

- NIEZER & GRAFFE, 

.2 South st, Monroeville. 

Weber & DeWald, 15 Clinton. Fort Wayne. 
CD 



Western Union Telegraph Co., C. K. Jones, 
Manager, office n w cor Calhouu and 
Berry, Fort Wayne. 

Western "Union Telegraph Co., E. W. Thomp- 
son, agent and operator, Monroeville. 



g WILSON & CO., 

oa 81 Columbia, Fort Wavne. 



Surveyors. 

(See also Civil Engineers.) 



Brackenridge Charles S., 9 Clinton, Fort 
Wayne. 



Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron 
Wo rkers. 

Brown & Humphrey, n e cor Calhoun and 

Washington, Fort Wayne. 
Myers Nelson, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Jocquel John J., Calhoun, bet Jefferson and 

Lewis, Fort Wayne. 
Weber & DeWald, 15 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 

WHiSON & CO., 

81 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Tobacconists. 

(See Cigars and Tobacco als'j General Stores.) 



Trunks, Traveling Bags and 
Valises. 



ANGELL B. D., 64 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Lingenfelser John. 51 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Neireiter Caspar, 122 -Columbia, Fort Wayne 
Slioaff Samuel, 1 19 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



Biddle & Hoagland's Baking Powder is sold everywhere 

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Umbrellas. 



ANGELL B. D., 64 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Courtney Lawrence F., 121 Calhoun, Fort 
Wayne. 



Undertakers. 



Fink Charles, 65 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 

Lallot August, New Haven. 

Peltier L. & Co., 24 E. Berry, Fort Wayne. 



Undertakers' Trimmings. 

OAKLEY B. W. & SON, 

79 Columbia, Foi t Wayne. 



Upholsterers. 

{See also Bed and Mattrass Makers.) 

Emrick Andrew J., '?'7 to 52 E. Columbia, 

Fort Wayne. 
Klaehn John J., 44 W. Main, Fort Wayne. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 




VETERINARY SURGEON, 

And Manufacturer of Horse Powders, 

193 W. Jefferson, cor Broadway, 

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 



Wagon Makers and Dealers. 



Baker John, ws Lafayette, 3 s Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Broom John N., s s W. Main, 2 w Harrison, 

Fort Wayne. 
Crouse Henson, Aboite Township. 
Dever John, Hamilton, Leo P. O. 
Dierstein Anthony, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Drage Christopher, Marion Township, Root. 
Fink Jacob, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Foster George, New Haven. 
Hoover William, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Hunter J. F., Perry. 

Hunter Joseph, Huntertown, Perry P. 0. 
Jenness Charles H., Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
L}pper John L., Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Lopsliire Lewis, Marion Township, Root. 
Popp Henry, New Haven. 



Shecman William, Perry Township, Perrv. 
Spitz George, Washington Township, Fort 

Wayne. 
Spitz Michael, Washington Township, Fort 

Wayne. 
Steinman Adam, HE. Water, Fort Wayne. 
Stoplier John, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Wann William H , Hill's Coiner.s. 
Williams John H., w s Broadway, bet Wash 

ington and Wayne, Fort Wayne. 



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Wagon and Carriage Materials. ^ 



Olds E". a. & Son, 

s railroad, e Lafayette, Fort Wayne. 



Wall Paper. 



Keil & Bro., No. 2 Phoenix Block, Calhoun, 

Fort Wayne. 
Starkey & Rupert, w s Calhoun, 3 ii Berry, 

Fort Wayue. 

Stockbridge N. P., 

104 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Ward H. N., 48 Calhoun, Fort Wayne. 
Wilmot James C, 14 Clinton, Fort Wayne. 




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Beuret Justin, No. 4 Union Block, Fort 
Wayne. 

Kauffman & Heitshii, 

62 Calhoun, Fort Wayue. 
Mayer & Graile, 88 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Rambo Benjamin W., 2 Aveliae Block, Fori 

Wayne. 
Sandoz Philip, Monroeville. 
Sauser Louis, e s Calhoun, 3 n Washington, 

Fort Wayne. 
Trenklcy & Scherzinger, 68 Calhoun, Fort 

Wavne. 



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Wheel and Wheelbarrow Manu- o 
facturers. § 

Griffith & Olds, ^ 

s Railroad, e Lafayette, Fort Wayne. ^ 



Olds If. 6. & Son, 



s railroad, e Lafayette, Fort Wayne. 



Window Shades. 

{See also Fainters.) 



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Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., 105 and 107 
Columbia, Fort Wayne. 



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Fcickel M.irtin, 71 E. Columbia, (basement,) 

Fort Win-iie. 
Graff Marx &Son, 125 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Laurent John, s w cor Columbia and Barr, 

Fort Wayne. 
Redelsheimer S. & Son, 93 Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Strasser" Joseph, No. 4 Keystone Block, Fort 

Wayne. 
Trentman B. & Son, 86 Columbia, Fort 

Wavne. 





Wood Carvers. 




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etzel John, rear 140 E. Jefferson, 
Wayne. 


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Wooden and Willow Ware. 


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ird H. N., 4S Calhoun, Fort Wayne, 
hank Louis, 48 E. Columbia, Fort W 


ayne. 


Wood Turners. 


Zollinger Frederick, Adams Township, 
Haven P. 0. 


New 


Wood and Coal Dealers. 



Bowers & Mayhew, s s Melita, bet Webster 

and Harrison, Fort Wayne. 
Burlager G. & Co., n s Columbia, bet Barr 

and Lafayette, Fort Wayne. 
Farnan Owen, s s Columbia, 2 e Barr, Fort 

Wayne. 



fool Dealers. 



Basil & Eakiii, 61 E. Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
French, Hauna & Co., s s Water, bet Barr 
and Lafayette, Fort Wayne. 



foolen Mills. 



Willis George, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 

Summit City Woolen Mills, French, Ilanna & 
Co., props, s s Water, bet Barr and La- 
fayette, Fort Wayne. 



Yankee Notions, Wholesale and 
Retail. 

Abbott & Shoaff, 99 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Culbertson U. H., 26 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Evans A. S. , 73 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Filson & Hance, 7 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 
Kane James M. & Bro., 9 Calhoun, opp Ke}'- 

stone Block, Fort Wayne. 
Koop John A. & Co., 96 Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Lauferty & Bro., 108 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
McDougal & Co., No. 7 Keystone Block, Fort 

Wavne 
Pierr J. "& P., No. 1 Phasnix Block, Calhoun, 

Fort Wayne. 
Rolls Henry, 84 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Root & Co., 90 Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Siemon Bro. & Co., 77 E. Columbia, Fort 

Wayne. 
Stapleford S. P., s e cor Calhoun and Colum- 
bia, Fort Wayne. 
Townley, DeWald, Bond & Co., 105 and 107 

Columbia, Fort Wayne. 
Updegratf Wm. W. & Co., w s Calhoun, 2 s 

Wayne, opp Mayer House, Fort Wayne. 
Woodward E., 24 E. Main, Fort Wayne. 



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AAROX Michael, farmer, Perr^-. 
AbramsJ. A., farmer, Zaiiesville. 
AcU'ey Lyman R,, laiul owner, Perry. 
Adair Alexander, land owner, Mouroeville. 
Adair S muiel, land owner, Mouroeville. 
Adair William, land owner, Monroeville. 
Adams August, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Adams Ciiaile.s, farmer, Root. 
Adams Earl, faruR-r, New Haven. 
Adams (iabriel, farnjer, Mouroeville. 
Adams Jacob, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Adams John, lab, Roanoke P. O., Huntington 

0(junty. 
Adams Ji>Uii Q., farmer, New Haven. 
Adams Simon, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Adams William, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Addlemeii' Peter, Fort Wa}ne. 
^Lna Fire lusuranee Co , (jf Hartford, Conn., 

E. G. Ooverdale, agt, Mouroeville. 
-(Etna Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn., 

Milton Thompson, agt. New Haven. 
Aln-ren Owen, lah, P. Ft. W. & C. Ky. 
Ahmger Conrad, farmer and landowner, New 

Haven. 
Aliinger Frank, firmer and land owner. New 

Haven. 
Abinger John, firmer and land owner, New 

H.iven. 
Aliinger Mich.icl, farmer and landowner, New 

llaven. 
Abinger Piiilip, farmer and land owr.er, New 

Haven. 
Ahlschivede Frederick, firmer. Fort Wayne. 
Alirens Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Aiken John, fanner and stock dealer, Zanes- 

vide. 
Aix Ciiristian, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Ake Elijah, laud owner. Little River. 
Ake-lesse, land owner. Little River. 
Aki' Joseph, farmer. Little River. 
Ake William, firmer, Root. 
Ake Zedekiah, farmer. Little River. 
Aker Diiiiel W., land owner, Saturn P. 0., 

Whitley Co. 
Aker J.iines W., farmer, Saturn P. 0., Whit- 
ley Co. 
Akers John, land owner, Zine-ville. 
Akey Janie-!, firmer, New H.iven. 
Albaugh Eli, land owner R.)ijl. 
Aldemiau William, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Alexander J. B., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Algeier John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Algeier Stei)hen, lariner, Fort Wayne. 
Alien Charles, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Alidii Victor, farmer, Peiay. 
All'orignt H., lab, Mouroeville. 
Allen T. A., farmer. Little River. 
Allen Tiiomas, land owner, Hall's Corners. 
Allen William, Woodhurn P. 0. 
lAUiger Benjamin, briekmaker, Fort Wayne. 

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Atterkrou.se Frederick, land owner. Fort 
Wayne. 

Ambler David, farmer, Zanesville. 

Amiiler John, farmer, Zanesville. 

Ambler Samuel, land owner, Zanesville. 

Ambler Thomas, farmer, Zanesvide. 

American Exfiress Co., E. T. Tnonipson, agt, 
Mouroeville. 

Amier Emier, Fort Wayne. 

Ammon Cliarles, iarmer and land owner. Ma- 
ples. 

A instead Jacob, Fort Wayne. 

Anispacker John, farmer, Zanesville. 

Anistiits John, firmer, Leo. 

Amstutz Joseph, Harlan. 

Am^tutz Peter, l.md owner, Harlan. 

Anderson , Fiu't Wavne. 

Anderson F. H.. Fort Wayne. 

Anderson Frederick M , stock dealer, Harlan. 

Anderson George, firmer, Perry. 

Anderson Hciury, firmer. Areola. 

Anderson Henry, watchman P. Ft. W. & C. 
Railw.iy. 

Andersoi: Hag'i, firmer, Monroeville. 

Anderson J. li., land owner, .Monroeville. 

Anderson John, firmer. Miuiroeville. 

Ander.-oii JdIui, firmer, Perry. 

Anderson Joseph H., physician and surgeon. 
New Haven. 

Anderson Richard A., Rev., pastor M. E. 
Churcli, Harlan. 

Ander.-on Rjheit, firmer. Root. 

A.idersju S imuel, hind owner, xVrcola. 

Anderson William, Fort Wayne. 

Anderson William, land owner. Perry. 

Andrew James, wks J. Begae & Co., Niw 
Haven. 

Andrew James, lab. New Hiven. 

.\ndrews Ohied, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Andrews T. .M., laud nwiier, Perry. 

Andrews Tninnas T., farmer. Perry. 

.\iikeiibrook Anthony, boatman. New Haven. 

Aiitiup Fiederick W., fanner and -saw mill, 
Fort Wayne. 

Aiitnip Heury iC, firmer. Fort Wayne. 

Applegatc IL, land owner, W oodljuiii. 

Aibinc Joiiii ii., Iarmer, St. V/nceiit. 

Ail>iiie Joseph D , land owner, St. Vincent. 

.\rc:ier Allen, wks Pajjer Mill, Foi't Wayne. 

Archer U ivid L., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Arclier Heury C, lab. Fort W.iyne. 

Archer John, land owner and assessor Wash- 
ington Township, Fort W.iyuc P. 0. 

.Vrcliibikl James, Fort W.iyne. 

Arcliib.ild William, Fort Wivne. 

Archiiibeek William, Fort Wayne. 

Argo A. S., cooper, Monroeville. 

Argo M. E., stave dealer, als) Town hip 
Trustee, Mjnroevil e. 

Armel Will am, farmer, P'ort W vne. 



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PQ Maples. 

0j Armstrong David, farmer, Harlan. 

d Armstrong Lewis L., carpenter, Fort Wayne. 

O Armstrong Robert S., carpenter, Fort Wayne. 

DQ Armstrong U. S., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

^ Arndt Daniel, lab. Fort Wayne. 

CJ Arney Harrison, farmer, Perry. 
Js^ Arnkenbrook Anthony, wks J. McKendry & 



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_^ Arnold Elias S., farmer, Harlan. 
fXS Arnold Eiijali, land owner, Perry. 

Cj Arnold Frederick, laiid owner, Monroeville. 

j2 Arnold J. E., land owner, Leo. 
•"^ Arnold J. E., Jr., farmer, Leo. 

^ Arnold William, lab, Leo. 

® Ash James H., land owner, Perry. 

p»> Ashbough Gottlieb, wks tannery, Fort Wayne. 
■Jj Ashley Edward D., (Winch & Ashley,) Ham- 

2 ilton, Leo P. 0. 

Cw Ashley Edward G., land owner, Woodburn. 
M Ashley Gsorge, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Ashton A., land owner, Woodburn. 
Ashton Ambrose, land owner, Harlan. 
Astray Jonas, Jr., land owner, Harlan. 
Astray Jonas, Sen., farmer, Harlan. 
Astry Joseph, engineer Edgerton & Co., 
Woodburn. 
Kl Atmer J. H., farmer, Monroeville. 
"^ Auer Jacob, land owi.er. Fort Wayne. 
O Auger Charles, Fort Wayne. 
^ Auk Chris., wks Fitch & Mapel, Maples. 
P(j Auk George, wks Fitch & Mapel, Maples. 
^^ Auk John, wks Fitch & u apel, Maples. 
f Austin W. M., lawyer, Zanesville. 
O Ayers Lewis, land owner, Woodburn. 

O T) AADA Christian, Fort Wayne. 

O Jl) Baada Christian, Jr , Fort Wayne. 

^ Baada Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

B.iada Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Babcoek George, Fort Wayne. 

03 Bach John A., Fort Wayne. 
^l,Backstine Jolui land owner, Fort Wayne. 

p3 Bacon Francis C, physician and surgeon, 

O Huntertown, Peiry P. 0. 

^ Bacon Henry, land owner, Leo. 

cd Bacon Samuel, farmer and land owner, 

p^ Maples. 

Qj Bacon Sociates, dealer in hardware, stoves 

«UJ and tinware, New Haven. 

f^ Badiac John B., farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Q Badiac Josepli, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
rj-> Baglay Hugh, shoemkr, Bloomingdale, Fort 

Wayne, P. 0. 
*Q Bailey Frank, farmer, New Haven. 

f^ Bain Daniel, farmer, Little River. 

U> Baird Hugh, t'.irnier, Perry. 
"^ Baird John, land owner, Leo. 

f^ Baird J. W., school teacher, Leo. 
JCi Baird Robert D., land owner. Perry. 

Baker A. A'^, merchant and justice of peace, 
Monroeville. 

^! Baker Adam, farmer, Monroeville. 

qj Baker Adam, farmer. Perry. 



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Baker Dilos A., (Baker & Co., and Baker & 
Bro.,) Monroeville. 

Baker Enoch, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Baker Ernest, land owner, New Haven. 

Baker Henry, clerk George C. Nill. Monroe- 
ville. 

Baker Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Baker Jacob, farmer, Monroeville. 

Baker Jacob, land owner, Zanesville. 

Baker James, wks James Hemphill, Monroe- 
ville. 

Baker James, land owner, Zanesville. 

Baker John E., farmer. Perry. 

Baker Michael L., (Shell & Baker,) Monroe- 
ville. 

Baker Perry L., (Baker & Bro.,) Monroe- 
ville. 

Baker S. S., farmer, Monroeville. 

Baker Simon F., farmer, Monroeville. 

Baker William D., lumber merchant, Monroe- 
ville. 

Baker & Bro., 

(Dilos A, and Peiry L. Baker,) saw mill, 
Monroeville. {See card p. XIV,) 

Baker & Co., 

(Dilos A. Baker and Jesse R. Strong,) 
saw mill, Monroeville. {See card p.) 

Baldwin Elihu, land owner, Monroeville. 

Baldwin Joseph, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Baldwin Timothy, farmer and land owner, 
Monroeville. 

Bales Henry, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Bales Richard, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Ball Harrison, farmer, Leo. 

Ball Rudolph, Fort Wayne. 

Baltz Jacob, land owner, Harlan. 

Baltz John, Fort Wayne. 

Bamfillet John, land owner, Woodburn. 

Banarden Jacob, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Banarden Jacob P., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Banker John, farmer, Root. 

Banter Peter, merchant, Monroeville. 

Banty John, land owner and mail carrier, 
Zanesville. 

Barcot Francis, carpenter and land owner. 
Fort Wayne. 

Barkley Jacob, land owner, Root. 

Barnes Henry, farmer, Monroeville. 

Barnett Abraham G., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Barnett J. H., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Barnett James, Fort Wayne. 

Barnett Joseph, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Barney Lonson, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Barnhai't Aniolo C. , Monroeville. 

Barnhart John, farmer, Monroeville. 

Barnhouse William, lab, Zanesville. h 

Barnwell Peter, farmer, New Haven. ' "fl 

Barrand Francis E., farmer, Fort Wayne. 3| 

Barrand Peter F., land owner, Fort Wayne. ' 

Barrett John, land owner, Perry. 

Barris Joseph, land owner. Maples. 

Barron Michael, farmer, Monroeville. 

Barrow John, land owner. New Haven. 

Bart Christopher, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
1 Barthel Alexander, land owner, Areola. 



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Barthold A. H., Fort Wayne. 

Bartholemew H. B., carpenter, Maples. 

Bartholomew John H., farmer, Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Bartholomew John S., farmer, Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Bartmas Benjamin, Fort Wayne. 

Bartmus Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Barto Louis, farmer and land owner, New 
Haven. 

Basee Frederick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Bashinger H. L., Fort Wayne. 

Bass S., Fort Wayne. 

Bates Alfred H., land owner. Areola. 

Bats John, Fort Wayne. 

Battzell Peter, farmer, Monroaville, 

Baughman Jeremiah, Fort Wayne. 

Baum John W., land owner, Monroeville. 

Baumgardner John, land owner, Harlan. 

Bauserman Eli, farmer, Monroeville. 

Bauserman Francis C, saloonkeeper, New 
Haven. 

Bauserman Henry, faimer, Monroeville. 

Bavi Rudolph, farmer, Spencerville, DeKalb 
County. 

Baxter Clark, wks Ralya & Robertson, Mon- 
roeville. 

Baxter James, blacksmith. Perry. 

Baxter John, Fort Wayne. 

Baxter Thomas, farmer, Spencerville, DeKalb 
County. 

Bayless Alexander H., land owner and stock 
dealer, Fort Wayne. 

Bayless Lot S., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Beach John, Fort Wayne. 

Beam Daniel, Fort Wayne. 

Beam James, farmer, Root. 

Beamer Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Beard George, land owner. Perry. 

Beard John, land owner, Perry. 

Beard Joseph, farmer. Perry. 

Beard Milo, land owner. Little River. 

Beard Philip, Monroeville. 

Beard Sylvester, land owner, Perry. 

Beardsley J 0., farmer. Perry. 

Beaver D. S., Ft. Wayne. 

Beaver John, Ft. Wayne. 

Bebee Bronsoa, farmer and land owner, New 
Haven. 

Bebee Richard, farmer. New Haven. 

Bechtle John W., fanner, Leo. 

Beck F. G., Ft. Wayne. 

Becker Jacob, wks J. McKendry & Co., New 
Haven. 

Becker John, wks J. McKendrj & Co., New 
Haven. 

Becker Stephen, land owner, New Haven. 

Heckes Peter, land owner, Areola. 

Beckley Hugh, Ft. Wayne. 

Beckman Edward, farmer, Ft. Wayne. 

Hecknian Henry, land owner. Ft. Wayne. 

15ecks John, Ft. Wayne. 

Bectol George, Jr., farmer. Areola. 

Bectol George, Sen., landowner, Areola. 

Beeching Charles, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Beechgood John, general store and post mas- 
ter, Maysviile, (Harlan P. 0.) 

Beching George E., farmer, New Haven, 



Beers Jolin, lab, Fort Wayne. ct> 

Beerstead Henry, Ft. Wayne. S 

Beeson Rayburn, land owner. Fort Wayne. CD 

Beesore David, Fort Wayne. ' 3 

Beethold Lawrence, Fort Wayne. O* 

BeffO., land owner, Areola. " 2 

BEGUE JOHN, (J. Begue & Co.,) also dealer ^ 

in groceries, dry goods, clothing, etc., ^ 

New Haven. pj 

BEGUE J. & CO., (John Begue, John & An- «^ 

thony Beugnot,) mnfr's of all kinds of jSg 

cooperage, staves and headings, also ^ 

dealers in flour barrel, flat hoops, nail >~i 

keg hoops, etc., New Haven. ^ 

Behrman Henry, farmer. Fort Wayne. CD 

Beierlein J. G.^ Fort Wayne. m^ 

Beighler George, school teacher, Zanesville. *" 

Beighler John, land owner, Zanesville. W 

Bell Charles, lab. New Haven. C3 

Bell George W., land owner. Root. S"^ 

Bell George W., (Whitaker & Bell,) also Ina. pa 

agt., and agt. Merchants Union Express &• 

Co., New Haven. 2 

Bell Herbert, engineer Hall, Schnelker & Co., 

New Haven. ^ 

Bell James, land owner, Monroeville. ^ 

Bell James, land owner, Root. o 

Bell John, land owner, Monroeville. 
Bell Levi, farmer, New Haven. 2 

Bell Martin, land owner. New Haven. CD 

Bell Robert, teamster, New Haven. m 

Bell William M., station agt T. W. & W. Ry., o 
also agt U. S. Express Co., New Haven. *^ 
Bell Wilson S., wks J. Begue & Co., New g" 

Haven. 
Bellamy Lorenzo, land owner, Fort Wayne. S^ 
Bellevue Joseph, lab, Woodburn. ^ 

Bellman Elias. land owner. Halls Corner. § 

Bellow J. F., land owner, Perry. Q< 

Bellow Jacob, land owner. Perry. CO 

Bellow Frederick, Fort Wayne. S 

Bels John, Fort Wayne. O 

Beraoard Isaac, land owner. Perry. ^^ 

Bemoard John, farmer, Perry. 
Beniuard Oliver, farmer. Perry. ^O * 

Bender Dennis, Fort Wayne. ^H 

Bender Frederick, Fort Wayne. P* 

Bender Frederick, land owner. Fort Wavne. j5 
Bender Frederick, Jr., farmer. Fort Wayiie. ^ 
Bender George, farmer. Fort Wayne. O' 

Bender John, land owner. Fort Wayne. ^ 

Bender Louis, land owner, Fort Wavne. ^ 

Benkley Abraham, land owner. Areola. ® 

Beninghoff Solomon, jiost master and land rj. 
owner. Chamberlain. p' 

Bennet Marvin, farmer, Little River. 
Beuiiet W. J., farmer, Little River. W 

Bennett A. G. C, land owner. Perry. § 

Bennett David, land owner. Little River. c* 

Bennett E. A., wks Fitch & Mapol, Maplea. ^ 
Bennett Isaac, farmer, Perry. P* 

Betinett John, land owner, Woodburn. ^^ 

Bennett John, land owner. Perry. ^* 

Bennett Jonathan G., farmer, Harlan. CQ 

Bennett Nathan, fanner. Perry. &* 

Bennett Samuel, farnior. Perry. ^ 

Bennett William, land owner. Perry. D3 

Bennett William H., farmer, Harlan. 



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Beiminglioff' Benjamin, land owner, Hall's 
Corners. 

Benninglioff David, Hall's Corner. 

ueuniiigholl VViliiam, f.irmer, liall'is Corner. 
s^ lieusenieder John, farmer. New Haven. 
O Hei;singer Frederiek, laud owner, Hoot. 
O Beiisinger John, land owner, Ziinesville. 
pq Bentley George W., land owner. New Haven. 

Benton George, lab, Perry. 
S Bentz James, wks Jauiea'Ueniphill, Monroe 
§ ville. 

•^ Benward Smith, farmer, Perry. 
^^ Bercot Francis, Furl Wayne. 
03 Bercot Lewis, Fort Wayne. 
J^ Berg Christopher, land owner, Root. 
^^^ iiciger Benediet, Foi-t Wayne. 
"^ Berger Joseph, Fort Wayne. 
Q Berk man Frederick, land owner. Root. 
^^ Beikman H. \V., land owner, Root. 

Berniing Henry, land (jwner, Root. 

oa Bernard , Fort Wayne. 

■q Bernard Joseph, Fort Wayne. 
Z^ Bernard Nathan, Fort Wayne. 
Berner John, Foit Wayne. 
Beri-y Samuel, t^irmei', Harlan. 
Berry Thomas, Foi't Wayne. 



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Ikrve Bernard, land owner, Leo 
Bt'tsolt John H., land owner, Root. 
. Betz John, Fort Wayne. 
^ Bel/ Samuel I)., land owner, Harlan. 
^ Bctz Sanuiel, farmer, llailan. 
^Z Betzinger Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
0^ Betzinger John, Fort Wayne. 
"^ Beugnut Anthony, (J. Begue & Co.,) NewHa- 
"^ ven. 

Cd Beugnot August, farmer, New Haven. 
^g BuUi^not August, stave cutter J. Begue & Co., 

New Haven. 
eg Beugnot Charles, wks J. Begue & Co., New 
- Haven. 

Pj Beugnot J., saloon. New Haven. 
Q Beugnot John, (J. Begue & Co ,) New Haven. 
ta>i) Beugnot Paul, wks J. liegue & Co., Nev/ Ha- 
ven. 



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Beugnot Peter, elk H. H. Biekel, New Haven 
"^ Beugnot Peter, land owner. New Haven. 
S Beujitiot Victor, wks J. McKendrv &Co., New 

llaven. 
CQ Beutat J., cooper. New Haven. 
E^ Beveiheimer Uauitl, w ks Baker & Co., Mon- 
^^ r(jevil!e. 

^E Bewbower Neeter, land owner. Hall's Cor- 
«~^ ners. 

43 BICKEL HENRY H., propr Columbia Res- 
'^ taurant. New Haven. 

^ B'ekfoid Tnon.as, farmer. New Haven. 
^ Bickhari Isaac, cabinctmkr, Maysville, Har- 
g Ian P. 0. 

O Bickness Henry, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
"tf Bieber Jonathan, land owner. New Haven. 
pj Biere William, land owner. Areola. 
^Jj Bierline John G., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
IVics David, land owner. Hall's Comers. 
Bies William, landowner. Hall's Corners. 
Bigelow Josliua, land owner. Perry. 
Bilderback Jeiiu,' leam^ter, New Haven. 
Billmau George, farmer and landowner, Mon- 



roeville. 
Binekley Alexander, farmer. Perry. 
I)inder Edward, I'ort Wayne. 
Bingiiam A. E., farmer, Perry. 
Bii;kley Daniel, larmer, Perry. 
Biiins James, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Birely David, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Bird Levi, land owner, Root. 
Bird 0., (Bird, Bowser & Mapel,) Fort Wayne 
Bird Tiion-Ui , land owner, Fort Wayne. 
BIRD, BOWSER & MAPEL, (0. Bird, Jacob 
Bowser and Lewis S. Mapel,) saw mill, 
Maples. 
Birholf Herman, farmer. New Haven. 
Bishiip Freeman, land owner, Spencerville 

DeKalb County. 
Bishop John, land owner. Little River. 
Bishopp Nicholas, Fort Wayne. 
Bisliopp Peter, Fort Wayne. 
Bilzell Henry, general store and land ov/ner, 

pint Wayne. 
Bixler Jacob, land owner. New Haven. 
Bixler Wiliiam, Fort Wayne. 
Black John T., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Black Joseph, land owner, New Haven 
Black William, land owner. New Haven 
Blackard James 11., land owner, Woodburn 
Blackbern Leonard, land owner, Hah's Cor- 
ners. 
Blackburn Henry, farmer. Maples. 
Blackburn Jacob, saw null and farmer, New 

ILiven. 
Blake Charles, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Blake Charles, land owr.er, Perry. 
Blake Christian, Fort Wayne. 
BlaUe Frederick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Blake Richard, ' lab P. Ft. W. & C.'Ry., Fort 

Wayne. 
Blake William, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Blakeley Tiumaii, farmer, Leo. 
Blazing Henry, wks J. McKendry & Co., New 

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Blee riunn.is, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Blenck Frederick land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Bleuck Jacob A., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Blessing George, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Blessing Peter, land owner, Areola. 
Bloem Lewis, Fort Wayne. 
Blood Noali, land owner. Perry. 
Blose Henry, land owner, Foit Wayne 
Bloser Noah, land owner, Zanesviile. 
Blubaugh Francis, larmer, Harlan. 
Blubiiugh Geoige W., farmer, Harlan. 
Blubaugli Jacob, farmer, Harlan. 
Bluine August, land owner. Fort Wayne, 
Biumi' Henry, landowner, Fort Wayne. 
Blume Martin, land owner, Leo. 
Bly William, land owner, Zanesviile. 
Biyston Isaac, Fort Wayne. 
Bijstoii Peier, saw mill. Fort Wayne. 
Blyth John W., farmer, Harl.ni. 
Boals James, land owner, Monroe ville. 
Bobay John, farmer, St. Vincent. 
Bubay Peter, fariner. Fort Wayne. 
Bobay Phillip, farmer, Fort Wyane. 
Bobay Victor, larmer, Fort \Vayne. 
Body Martin, Spencerville, DeKalb Co. 
Boger Andrew, land owner, Harlan. 



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B"ger Cliristi.in, hind owner, Harlan. 

Boger Daniel, land owner, Harlan. 

Boger George, farmer, Harlan. 

Boger Mathias, fanner, Spencerville, DeKalb 

County. 
B'oger .Jacob, l-.nd owner, Spencervilie, 

DeKalVj County. 
Boger Peter P., land owner, Earlan. 
Boger Samuel, land owner, Harlan. 

Boger Solonioti, Hall's Corners. 

Bohbay John B., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Bohda August, land owner. Fort, Wayne. 
Bohda Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Bohda William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Boitaux Alexis, farmer. New Haven 

Boiteaux Franci"", farmer, "New Haven. 

>Boitel Frank, farmer. New Haven. 

Boley Fr.ineis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Bolinger Jacoh, land owner, Zanesville. 

Bolinger John, land owner, Zanesville. 

Bolinger Joseph, land owner, Zanesville. 

Boll man August, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Bolton Joseph, land owner. Hall's Corner.?. 

Bolton William, land owner, Hall'o Corners. 

Boltz Conrad, Fort Wayne. 

Boltz Gustav, Fort Wayne. 

Bolyard Amos, farmer and land owner, Ma- 
ples. 

Bolyard Daniel, fiirmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Bond Charles D., Fort Wayiie. 

Bond Stephen B., Fort Wayne. 

Bonefoy John, Fort Wayne. 

Boner James, land owner. Hail's Corners. 

Boner John, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Bonewitz John J., fanner. Root 

Bonter Curtis, elk Peter Boiiter, Monroe- 
ville. 

Bonter Peter, gen.eral store, Monroevillc. 

Boodier Peter, lab, Woodburn. 

Boon J. L , Fort Wayne. 

Boon J. S., Fort Wayne. 

Boon William, Fort Wayne. 

Bopp Henry, wagonmkr. New Haven. ■ 

Borden David F., farmer, Hall's Corners. 

Borden (ieorge, land owner. Hail's Corners. 

Borea Xavier, farmer, St. Vincent. 

Borkerman William, Fort Wayne. 

Boruschleger B., lab. Fort Wayne. 

Borwels Ciiobold, lai:d owner, Fort Wayne. 

Bose William, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Bosey (Jonrad, farmer. Root. 

Boshalier, Louis, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Boshler George, farmer, Little River. 

Bosler George, landowner. Perry. 

Boston Alexander, land owner, Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Boston Thomas, land owner, Harlan. 

Boswell Isham, justice of the peace, Wood- 
burn. 

Boteron A., Fort Wayne. 

Bottel Joseph, lab. New Haven. 

Bottenberg Jacob, Fori Wayne. 

Bottenberg William, school teacher, Root. 

Boulton Henry, la-nd owner, Harlan. 

Bouman Henry, land owner and stock dealer, 
Roanoake, Huntington Co. 

Bouser Marion L., land owner, Fort Wayne. 



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I Bouvre Peter G 
Monroevillc. 
Bowen George photographer, Monroevillc 

Bowen J. F., Monroevillc. 

Bower Isaiaii, Fort Wiyne. 

Bower Jacob, farmer and land ov/ner, Iilon- 
roeville. 

Bower Joseph, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Bowers Adam, land owner, Monrooville. 

Bowers David, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Bowers David B., farmer and land owner, 
Mapli's. 

Bowers George W., farmer, Monroevillc. 

Bowers Henry C, farmer. Maples. 

Bowers Jacob, landowner, Little River. 

Bowers John, cooper, Fort Wayne. 

Bowers John, farmer and land owner, 
pies. 

Bowers Louis, carpenter, New Haven. 

Bowers Peter, land owner. Root. 

Bowers William, land owner, Monroevillc. 

Bowman Alfred N., land owner. Fort Wayne 

Bowlman Charles, farmer. Fort Wiiyne. 

Bowman D. P., land owner, Zanesville. 

Bowman George N., (Bowman & Bro.,) Fort 
Wayne. 

Bowman J. H., land owner, Zanesville. 

Bowmiin Jacob, land owner, Zanesville. 

Bowman John, firmer, Spencervilie, DeKalb 
County. 

Bowman M. H., landowner, Roanoke, Hunt- 
ington Co. 

Bowman Mathias, land owner, Roanoke, Hunt- 
ington Co. 

Bowman Milton, (Bowman & Bro.,) Fort (^ 
Wayne. 

Bowman Simon P., land owner, Spencervilie, 
DeKalb Co. 

Bowman W. B., land owner. Zanesville. 

Bowman William, farmer, Ha'l's Corners. 

Bowman & Bro., (George N. and .Milton Bow- 
man,) saw mill, Aboite Township, Fort 
Wayne P. 0. 

Bowser George, land owner. Perry. 

Bowser Henry, Jr., land owner. Perry. 

Bowser Henry, Sr., land owiicr. Perry. 

Bowser Isaiah, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Bowser J. A., land owner, Zanesville. 

Bowser Jacob & Co., (Bird, Bowser & Mapel,) vS* 
Fort Wayne. ^ 

Bowser John, farmer, Fort Wayne. § 

Bowser John, lab. Fort Wayne. ^ 

Bowser Samuel, land owner, Perry. CJ* 

Bowser Thomas, laU, Fort Wayne. ^ 

Bowser William, farmer, Leo. S^ 

Brace Nathaniel, land owner, Halis Corners. — 

Bracken Patrick, Fori Wayne. »P^ 

Brackenridge George W., laud ownor, Foit ^m 



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Bradbury Thomas, Sr., land owner, Little 

River. 
Bradbury William, farmer. Little River. 
Brademeier William, Fort Wayne. 
Bradley G. W., fanner. Fort Wayne. 
Bradley John,, land owner, Monroevillc. 
Bradley Joseph, land ownc, Monroevillc. 



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ro Branias Christopher, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
^ Brauius William, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
_§ Brandeberry George W., farmer, Monroeville. 
^ Brandebury A., farmer, Monroeville. 
,^ Branderbarger Jacob, farmer, Leo. 
^ Bramiiig Ernest, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Cd Branniiig Lewis, Fort Wayne. 
_-, Branstator John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
*S Branstator William, land owner, Fort.Wayne. 
Q Brandt Conrad, Fort Wayne. 
{2 BraseE. B., Fort Wayne. 

Brasjfcr George, Fort Wayne. 
^2 Bratmuler Charles, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
'. Bratmuler Ernest, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
<Q Bratmuler Frederick, land owner. Fort 
'^ Wayne. 

2 Bratmuler William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
1^ Bray Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

^Braybiook Thomas, landowner, Halls Cor 

pj ners. 

aJ Braybrook William M., farmer, Halls Corners. 

^^Bredenieyer E., landowner, New Haven. 
^Brewer George, Jr,, land owner. Maples. 
Brewer George, Sr., land owner, Maples. 
S Brewer Jacob, land owner, Maples. 

O Briggs Norton, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

12 Briggs Timothy, land owner, Maples. 

03 Briggs Timothy, lab. Maples. 
■^ Brindle John, lab. Fort Wayne. 

S Brindle Samuel, land owner, Zanesville. 

•^ Brinkiger William, Fort W:iyne. 

Q^ Bristol A W., farmer, land owner, Leo. 

Britton Hiram, carpenter. Maples. 
O Brockhage Henry, farmer. Root. 

Brodisk John, farmer and land owner, New 
O Haven. 

Brodrick James, farmer, New Haven. 
(jj Brokman Christian, farmer, New Haven. 
J-i Brondridge David, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
^ Brookes John, butcher and land owner, New 
Q Haven. 

C^ Brookmyer William, land owner. Maples. 

» Brooks Albert W., land owner. Chamberlain. 
^ Brooks Thomas, plasterer, New Haven. 
*-« Brooks William, land owner, Chamberlain. 
^ Broom John, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
^ Brosamer John, Fort Wayne. 
h Brothers George, farmer, Monroeville. 
»^ Brower Abram, farmer, Fort Wayne P. 0. 
^ Brower George, farmer, Fort Wayne P. 0. 
■^Brower Nelson, farmer, Fort Wayne P. 0. 
^ Brown A. F., carpenter, Monroeville. 
O Brown Abner H., farmer. New Haven. 
T^i Brown Amos, land owner. Areola. 
%m^ Brown C. A., land owner, Perry. 
CJ Brown Charles, farmer. Root. 
p^ Brown Emery, farmer. Root. 
^_, Brown H. A., fanner and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Brown H. C, farmer, Monroeville. 

Brown Henry, land owner. Areola. 

Brown Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Brown J. H., farmer, Monroeville. 

Brown J. W., farmer, Zanesville. 
53 Brown James, Fort Wayne. 
g Brown Jesse W,, land owner, Monroeville. 
O Brown John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
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Brown John, farmer. Root. 
Blown John, land ownei, Fort Wayne. 
Brown John, land owner. Little River. 
Brown John, wks Ralya h Robertson, MoQ- 

roeville. 
Brown John S., farmer, Monroeville. 
Brown M. R., Monroeville. 
Brown Mathias, farmer. Lake Township. 
Brown Michael, land owner, Areola. 
Brown 0. R., Monroeville. 
BrowTi Robert, farmer, Perry. 
Brown Samuel, farmer. Areola. 
Brown Stephen, farmer, Monroeville. 
Brown W. R., Monroeville. 
Brown William, land owner, Areola. 
Brown William Sen., land owner. Areola. 
Brown William, land owner, Harland. 
Brown William, night watchman P. Ft. W. 

& C. Ry., Monroeville. 
Brownell Nathaniel \V., farmer, Leo. 
BtowMiing Biizelia, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Browning William, Fort Wayne. 
Brownsburgher John, fiirmer. Areola. 
Brubaker Jacob, land owner. Root. 
Bruck Adam, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Bruck Jolin, farmer, Foit Wayne. 
Brudi Charles, farmer, New Haven. 
Brudi Gottleib, land owner. New Haven. 
Brudi Joseph, (Gothe & Co.,) New Haven. 

Bruick Morris, land owner, Furt Wayne. 
Brunget Robert, farmer. Areola. 

Brunson Allen, farmer. Root. 

Brunson Nathan, land owner. Root. 

Brusnahan John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 
Wayne. 

Bryan Jacob B., foreman Ralya & Rjbertaon, . 
Monroeville. 

Bryant Cyrus E., (Hall, Schnelker & Co.,) New 
Haven. 

Bryant Enoch, Fort Wayne. 

Bryant Ira, engineer Maumee Valley Mills, 
New Haven. 

Brye Francis, farmer, St. Vincent. 

Buchman H. C, lab, New Haven. 

Buckwheat 0., laud owner, Perry. 

Buert George, Fort Wayne. 

Bufnik J. M., laud owner, Zanesville. 

Buhr Fredrick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Buhr Henry, land owner, Fort W"ayne. 

Buhler Jacob, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

BuUard George, (squire,) land owner. Fort 
Wayne. 

Bullerman Frederick, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Buiikhart Samuel, farmer, Cliamberlain. 

Bunting Elijah, farmer, Zanesville. 

Burat Josepii, cooper J. Begue & Co., New 
Haven. 

Burchfield John, farmer, Chamberlain. 

Burchfield John R., farmer. Fort W.ayne. 

Burchfield Joseph, farmer. Chamberlain. 

Burchfield Samuel, land owner. Chamberlain, 

Burger John, farmer, Monroeville. 

Burgert Peter, farmer, Monroeville. 

Burgess Ebenezer, farmer and land owner. 
New Haven. 

Burgess George, wks J. Begue & Co., New 
Haven. 

Burgess Gideon, land owner, New Haven. 



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Burgess Henry, capitalist, New Haven. 

Burk Eldridge, laud owner, Perrj. 

Burk George, Fort Wayne. 

Burkholder David, land owner, Chamberlain. 

Burkholder John, saw mill and land owner, 

Leo. 
Burrier Adam Sr., land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Burrier Isaac, farmer. Hall's Corners 
Burrier William, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Busche Ernest, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Buscher John, Fort Wayne. 
Buschnian Christopher, Fort Wayne. 
Bush A L., farmer, Zanesville. 
Bush G. W., farmer, Woodburn. 
Bush George, (J. McKendry & Co.,) New Haven. 
Bush George, land owner, Zanesville. 
Bushe Isaac, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Bushe Isaac, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Bushet Michael, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Buskirk Daniel, land owner. Little River. 
Buskirk J. W., land owner, Zanesville. 
Buskirk John, farmer, Little River. 
Busnet Charles, farmer, New Haven. 
Busnet Peter, farmer, New Haven. 
Busse Henry, land owner. New Haven. 
Bussman Anthony, Fort Wayne. 
Bussman Edward, Fort Wayne. 
Buter Henry, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Butler George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Butler George H., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Butler Jacob, farmer and land owner, New 

Haven. 
Butler John, farmer and land owner, Maples. 
Butler Lewis F., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Butler William, farmer and land owner, 

Maples. 
Butt Basel, land owner. Areola. 
Butt William, Fort Wayne. 
Butteron Frederick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Butteron Frederick, Jr., lab. Fort Wayne. 
Butterworth James, farmer. Maples. 
Buxbarger Valentine, lab, Fort Wayne. 
Byall Israel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Byall James W., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Byall William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Bycrs Andrew, land owner, Perry. 
Byers Jacob, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Byers John, land owner, Harlan. 
Byers Jonathan, land owner. Harlan. 
Byers Thomas, land owner, Harlan. 

C1ADWALLADER Thomas, school teacher, 
J Mnples. 
Cadwaliader Thomas, wks Fitch & Mapel, 

Maples. 
Cagnet Adam, land owner, Monroeville. 
Ciignet Charles, land owner, Monroeville. 
Cagnet Paul, land owner, Monroeville. 
Calbert John, Fort Wayne. 
Calbetzer Aaron, f\iruier. Fort Wayne. 
Callaghan John, lab T. W. & W. Ry., New 

Haven. 
Gallop Neal, wks J. Begue & Co., New Haven. 
Calvert W. A., (Rout, Webster & Co.,) Mon- 
roeville. 
Cameron James, Chamberlain. 
Cameron James, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Campbell Andrew, Fort Wayne. 



Campbell Conrad, farmer. Little River. 
Campl)ell D. S., land owner, I'eny. 
Campbell Freeman E. 0., land owner. Perry. 
Campbell George, wks Ralya & Robertson, 

Monroeville. 
Campbell J. E., Monroeville. 
Campbell James, cooper Cuba, Harlan P. 0. 
Campbell John, cooper, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Campbell John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Campbell John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Campbell Peter, Fort Wayne. 
Campbell Robert, Fort Wayne. 
Campman John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Carey Jacob, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Carles John, landowner, Little River. 
Carles M. G., farmer. Little River. 
Carliere John, farmer, Areola. 
Carliere Victor, farmer. Areola. 
Carman Charles, land owner, Leo. 
Carnrike John M., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Carpenter C. C, farmer, Monioeville. 
Carpenter Samuel, lab, Zanesville. 
Carr Alvin B., engineer J. Begue & Co., New 

Haven. 
Carr Manuel farmer. Areola. 
Carrington Andrew D., painter, Maysville, 

Harlan P. 0. 
Carroll Alfred, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Carroll David L., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Carrol! .lames, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Carroll Michael, land owner, Perry. 
Carroll William, Lake. 
Carter William H., lab, Areola. 
Carto George, lab, Fort Wayne. 
Cartwrighl A. J., land owner, Little River. 
Cartwright Alexander, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Oartwright George, farmer, Fort Wayne P. 0. 
Cartwright George C, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Cartwright J. D., land owner. Little River. 
Cartwright James F., land owner. Fort 

Wayne P. O. 
Cartwright James M., land owner. Fort 

Wayne P. 0. 
Cartwright John, Fort Wayne. 
Cartwright John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Cartwright Louis A., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Cartwright Samuel, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Cary Melancthon, agt Ralya & Robertson, 

Monroeville. 
Case George, Fort W-Wne. 
Case William, Fort Wayne. 
Cash Alfred A., lab, Woodburn. 
Cassady Jacob, blacksmith, Monroeville. 
Casteel Henry, farmer. Little River. 
Castle Jacob, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Castle James, land owner, Hall's Corners. 
Castle Robert, lab. New Haven. 
Castle Thomas, farmer, Leo. 
Castleman Henry, farmer. Maples. 
Cattey Joseph, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Cayoi't Frank, farmer and land owner. Ma- 
ples. 
Centlivre Louis, brewer. Fort Wayne. 
Champion R. W., land owner, Maysville. 
Chandler John, Hail's Corners. 
Chanev George, farmer, Spencerville,DeKalb 

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Chaney J. W., farmer, Zanesville. 



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P^ Roanoke, Huntington Co. 

C^i Chapman Francis, t'armei;^ Liltlo River. 

P^ Chapman George, Ji., farmer. Little River. 
2 Chapman George, Sr., land owner. Little 

CO River. 

S3*» Chapiium J., farmer, Perry. 
^ Chapman Jolm, land owner, Monroeville. 
»^ Chapman John W., land owner, Monroeville. 
^ Chapman Robert C, land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 
"^ Chapman Solomon, land owner, Perry. 

2 Cliapman William, carpenter. Little River. 
^^ Chappel Philemon, land owner, Perry. 
Chase James, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

§ Chase Stephen, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Chatten Peter, lab. New Haven. 
^t Chausse Amada, farmer and land owner, 

•^ Monroeville. 

^ Cliausse Amos, land uwner, New Haven. 

4_3 Clieney Ezra, la.nd owner, Maples. 

CQ Cliilds "William J., land owner, Leo 

g Chidcoat James, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

^ Ciiillcoat Nicodemus, land owner, Fort 
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gj Chorde August, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

O Chorpening Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne 
'^ Christ Joseph, Fort Wayne. 
•^■^ Christian Antliony, Fort Wayne. 
■q2 ChristmanNicholas, farmer, Little^River. 

C13 Civits Moses, farmer. Perry. ' 

'r^ Claggett John, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

C^S Clapsaddle John, land owner and town asses- 
loj sor. Areola. 

j^^ Clark Anthony, Fort Wayne. 

O Clark Anthony, Jr., Fort Wayne. 

1^ Clark B. A., land owner, Zanesville. 

C^ Clark Benjamin, Fort Wayne. 

O Clark Charles A., Fort Wayne. 

oa Clark Enoch, laud owner, Fort Wayne. 
Clark Jacob, farmer, Monroeville. 
Clark James, physician. Root. 
^^ Clark James, saloon, Root. 

ga^ Clark John, Fort Wayne. 

^ Clark Robert, land owner and carpenter,Zanes 

O ville, Huntington Co. 

^ Clark Samuel, Fort Wayne. 

83 Clark T. R., Fort Wayne. 

p^ Clark Wilson, Fort Wayne. 

<15 Clark Zachens, land owner. Little River. 

<D Class C. F., farmer, Zanesville. 
■^ Ciausraeyer Frederick L., land owner, Fort 

Q Wayne. 

^^ Clauson Josiah, farmer, Harlan. 
Clayton Henry, laud owner, Leo. 
^J, Clayton John, land owner, Monroeville. 

jj^ Clayton Levi, land owner, Monroeville. 

Qi Clear Michael, land owner. Perry. 
■^ Clearscvo John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

j" Clem Adam J., farmer and land owner, Mon- 
Jd roeville. 

C^ Ciem B., carpenter, Monroeville. 
CQ Clem David, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville 



Clem Henry, farmer and land owner, Monroe- 



•^ Clem Noah, land owner, Monroeville. 
OB Clem Samuel, Jr., farmer, Monroeville. 



Clem Samuel, Sen., farmer and land owner, 

Monroeville. 
Clem William, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 
Clemens Joseph R., blksmilh, St. Joseph, 

Fort Wayne. 
Click George W., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Cline John, farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Clode Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Close James, land owner. Root. 

Closson Warren, carpenter, Perry. 

Clutter C, land ovifner. Perry. 

Coats Franklin, lab. New Haven. 

Coats John, landowner, New Haven. 

Cochoit Joseph, farmer and land owner, Ne\T 
Haven. 

Cochran G. G., land owner, Woodburn. 

Cochran John, Fort Wayne. 

Cofl'elt George, land owner, Woodburn. 

Cohlmeyer Charles, farmer, New Haven. 

Cole Collins, land owner. Halls Corners. 

Cole H. M., Woodburn P. O. 

Cole Joseph, land owner, Monroeville. 

Cole Peter, land owner, Monroeville. 

Coleman Adam, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Coleman Alfred, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Coleman Charles, lasid owner, Woodburn. 

Coleman Edwin, farmer, New Haven. 

Coleman Frederick, land owner. Root. 

Colemaii George, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Coleman Isaiah, land owner, J'ort Wayne. 

Coleman Jacob, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Coleman James, land owner, Root. 

Coleman Jonathan, farmer, Foi't Wayne. 

Colerick Edward T., Fort Wayne. 

Coles James P. K., lab. Fort Wayne. 

Coles Jesse, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Coles Stephen, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Collier Francis, land owner, Halls Corners. 

Collins George, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Collins Joseph, farmer, Monroeville. 

Colon Joseph, farmer and land owner, New 
Haven. 

Colson Edward, Fort Wayne. 

Colson Nicholas, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Coiner Edward, farmer. Little River. 

Comer James, hind owner, Little River. 

Comont Joseph, I'armer and land owner. New 
Haven. 

Comparet David F., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Comparet Josepli, landowner. Fort Wayne. 

Comstoek J. B., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Coney Patrick, lab, New Haven. 

Conison James, farmer, Little River. 

Connell Dennis, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 
Wayne. 

Conniers Edward, lab. Areola. 

Connett Edward, Fort Wayne. 

Connett Isaac, Fort Wayne. 

Connett Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Connors Jolm, lab P. Ft." W. & C. Ry., Fort 
Wayne. 

Conrad Casper, farmer. New Ilnven. 

Conrad George, shoemkr, Monroeville. 

Conrad John, farmer. New Haven. 

Conrad .Matthias, Jr., farmer. New Haven. 

Conrad Matthias, Sr., farmer, New Haven. 



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Conrad Matthias, 3d farmer, New Haveu. 

Conrad Peter, farnivjr and land owner, New 
Haven. 

Conway David, farmer, Harlan. 

Cook A. H., Fort Wayne. 

Cook Jacob, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Cooli Joseph R., lab, Leo. 

Cook Nathaniel, Fort Wayne. 

Cook Phillip C, land owner and blacksmith. 
Fort Wayne. 

Cook Setli, farmer, Monroeville. 

Cook Theodore, land owner. New Haven. 

Cook William, Chamberlain. 

Cook William, Fort Wayne. 

Cool Godlif, iab, Fort Wayne. 

Cool John, teamster, New Haven. 

Coomer Lafayette, general store, Maysville, 
Harlan P. 0. 

Coomer Se\niour, carpenter, Maysville, Har- 
lan P. 

Cooper Cornelius, Fort Wayne. 

Cooper Lewis, farmer. Little River. 

Cooper William, land owner. Perry. 

Cope Abraham, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Copp Isaac, blksmith, Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 

Copp Russell blacksmith, Maysville, Harlan 
P. 0. 

Coppenhaver Jacob, farmer, Harlan. 

Coppenhaver John, lab, Monrueville. 

Corcoran John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Mon- 
roeville. 

Corcor.ui Michael, cooper J. McKendry & Co , 
New Haven. 

Cordevay John B., land owner and post mas- 
ter, St. Vinoent. 

Cordier John, Fort Wayne. 

Cordior Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Cordiway Peter, land owner. Areola. 

Core Samuel, land owner, Zanesville. 

Corlett W H., Fo.rt Wayne. 

Cormick W. 11., farmer, Areola. 

Corneille Ai!j^ii<,, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Corneille C. i'. S , land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Corsen John, I nij owner. Little River. 

Corsen Jonali, Jr., farmer, Little River. 

Corson Jonali, Sr., land owner. Little River. 

Corviile Lewis, land owner, Root. 

Cosgrove Franklin K., 

physician and surgeon, Maysville, Har- 
lan P. 0. 

Cothrell Moses, Fort Wayne. 

Cotten Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Cougleton H., Monroeville. 

Conlson T. C, farmer, Zanesville. 

Cour Alexander, land owner and blacKsmitli, 
Fort Wayne 

Couv C, Fort Wayne. 

Cour Eugene, Fort Wayne. 

Cour John A., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Cour S. E., Fort Wayne. 

Courdevay Zeraphim, land owner Ft- Wayne. 

Courlardot Steplien, farmer and land 'owner. 
New Haven. 

Couverset Frank, farmer and land owner. 
Maples. 



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Goverdale J. F., land owner, Z:iuesville. a 

Covington Thomas, nursery and land owner, j^ 
Fort Wayne. CD 

Covington Tiiomas, Jr., land owner. Fort "^ 
Wayne. ^ 

Cox A., firmer and land owner, Maples. pj 

Cox Charles E., land owner, Fort Wayne. e-^ 
Cox Simeon, land owner, Maples. ^g 

Cox Thomas, farmer, St. Vincent. ^^ 

Crabell Jacob, land owner, Monroeville. hj 

Craljill D., farmer, Monroeville. Ps 

Crabill David H., faiiner, Monroeville. J^* 

Crabs William, land owner and carpenter,*^ 

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Craig A. J., land ownei', Zanesville. Z/i 

Craig James, land owner Fort Wayne. ^ 

Craig John, farmer. Fort Wayne. JT^ 

Craig William, Fort Wayne. po 

Craig William, farmer, Zanesville. ^^ 

(!rall Milton, land owner. Hall's Corners. Z 

Cramer J. Q. A., teamster. Fort Wayne. 
Cramer Florence, farmer, Mi>nroeville. F^ 

Cramer Philip, land owner. Fort Wayne. ^^ 

Cranz Absalom, Fort Wayne. q 

Cranz Jacob, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Crawtord Andrew, land owner. Perry. £ 

Crawford David, land owner and carpenter, (j) 
Roanoke, Huntington Co. j^ 

Crawford Edward C, ff.inier, Leo. q 

Crawford James, land owner. Fort Wavne c* 

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Crawford John, land ov/ner. Areola. 
Crawford Sohn, land Owner, Hall's Corners. 
Crawford Join., land owner, Roanoke, Hunt- 
ington Co. C 
Crawford Joshua, land owner. Fort Wayne, 5 

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Crawford L. C, land owner, Leo. 
Crawford Thomas B., farmer, Leo. 
Crawford William, Fort Wayne. 
Crawford William, farmer. Hall's Corners. ^^ 
Crawford William, land owner. Perry. O* 

Crawford William Z., faimer, Leo. *^ 

Creekmore William, land owner. Little River, ja 
Creigh Hugh, saloon and land owner, Wood- CS 

burn. *^ 

Creighton A. P., land owner. Little River. pXt 
Cress William T., farmer and land owner, ^ 

Monroeville. . ^ 

Cresseiman Abram, Fort Wayne. CD 

Crimmins David, lab. Fort Wayne. ~ 

Crimmins Pat'.ick, land owner, Fort Wayne. J;^' 
Ciiristensen Lewis, farmer. Fort Wayne. ^ 

Crippen Asa B., (Crippen & Son,) New td 

Haven. O 

Crippen J. Alvin, (Crippen & Son,) New ^ 

Haven. 00 

Cripyen -^ Son, (Asa B. and J. Alvin Crip- ps 

P'n,) druggists. New Haven. C3 

Crisenburg Peter S., general store and justice ^' 

of the peace, Maysville, Harlan, P. 0. CQ 
Criswell Andrew J,, Fort Wayne SJ* 

Criswell Andrew J., lab, Leo. ^ 

Criswell William, land owner, Leo. qq 

Critchlow Samuel, lab, New Haven, 



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Crock Joseph, land owner. Maples. 

Crook Joseph, wks Fitch & Map'el, Maples. 

Cromer A. J., (Rev.,) land owner, Zanesville. 

Cronemiller Jacob, lab, Fort Wayne. 

Cronemiller Peter, lab Fort Wayne. 

Crosier Samuel H., farmer, Monroeville. 

Crosson Larhla, land owner, Fort Wayne 

Grouse C. F., Fort Wayne. 

C rouse David, carpenter. Fort Wayne. 

Grouse Henson, wagonmkr. Fort Wayne. 

Crouse Jesse, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Grouse Oliver, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Grow J. A., carpenter. Fort Wayne. 

Crow J. F., carpenter, Fort Wayne. 

Grow James, land owner, Zanesville. 

Crow John, land owner, Zanesville. 

Crow Jonathan, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Crow Martin, land owner, Zanesville. 

Crow Michael, land owner, Zanesville. 

Crowner John N., (Rollins & Crowner,) 
Middleport Ohio. 

Croy Henry, land owner, Areola. 

Grummet John, farmer. Little River. 

Cruse John, Fort Wayne. 

Gruser William, land owner, Monroeville. 

Cruthers Franklin, carpenter, Perry. 

Crullen Patrick, section foreman repairs P. 
Ft. W. & C Ry., Maples. 

Cully William, farmer, Monroeville. 

Culver G. W., farmer, Perry. 

Cummings Henry, land owner, Woodburn. 

Gummings Joseph, blacksmith, Maysville, 
Harian P. 0. 

Cummins Rody, watchman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., 
Fort Wayne. 

Cuney Francis, farmer and laud owner, 
Maples. 

Cuney Peter, farmer. Perry. 

Cunison Robert, Fort Wayne. 

Curee Christian, J'ar".ner, Leo. 

Guree Peter, farmer, Leo. 

Gurti.ss Walter E., pastor M. E. Church, New- 
Haven. 

Gurts John C, land owner, Areola. 

Cutler Wheeler, land owner. Maples. 

Cutler William M., land owner. Maples. 

Cutshall George, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Cutshall John F., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Cutshall Samuel, farmer. Perry. 

Cutshall Samuel Sr., lund owner. Fort Wayne. 

Cutshall William H., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Guty Andrew, farmer, Monroeville. 

DAFFON William, Jr., land owner, Little 
River. 
Dalfon William, Sr., land owner, Little 

River. 
Dagaman Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Dager Frederick, land owner, New Haven. 
Dager Peter, farmer. New Haven. 
Dager Peter, Jr., farmer. New Haven. 
Dague Jacob & Bro., saw mill, Madison Town- 
ship, Monroeville P. 0. 
Daier Alexis, farmer. New Haven. 
Dailey William T., land owner, Leo. 
Daley John, land owner, Zanesville. 
Daley Samuel, farmer, Leo. 
Daley Vincent, laud owner, Zanesville. 



Dallman John, land owner. Little River. 

Dallman Thomas, land owner. Little River. 

Dallman William, farmer and shoemkr. Little 
River. 

Dalman Frederick, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Damon Lymon, lab, Harlan. 

Dancot Felix, farmer. New Haven. 

Daner Henry, land owner. Fort Wayiie. 

Daniels A., land owner. New Haven. 

Daniels John S., land owner. New Haven. 

Daniels Lewis, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Daniels Martin C, farmer, New Haven. 

Daniels Samuel, cooper, Hall's Corners. 

Daniels Solon A., land ownen. New Haven. 

Daniels Wade H., land owner, New Haven. 

Daniels William B., land owner. New Haven. 

Darby Henry, land owner, Areola. 

Darby John, land owner, Areola. 

Darling George W., land owner, Harlan. 

Darnte William, lab T. W. & W. Ry., New 
Haven. 

Darr Charles, farmer and land owner, New 
Haven. 

Darr John, farmer. Maples. 

Darst Charles, Fort Wayne. 

Darwinter Joseph, miller Mauniee Valley- 
Mills, New Haven. 

Dasaler Christian, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Dasaler Conrad, farmer. Fort Wayne, 

Dasaler Henry, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Daub John A., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Daugherty L., Monroeville. 

Daugherty 0. S., Monroeville. 

Daunenfecbas Conrad, farmer, New Haven. 

Davenport Charles, wks J. Begue & Co., New 
Haven. 

Davenport Edward N., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Davenport Nelson, wks J. Begue & Co., New 
Haven. 

Davidson James, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Davis B. C, land owner. Little River. 

Davis Cyrus, lab, New Haven. 

Davis H. M., land owner, Perry. 

Davis Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Davis John, farmer, Spencerville, Dekalb 
Co. 

Davis Martin, land owner, Spencerville, De- 
kalb Co. 

Davis Robert, land owner, Spencerville, De- 
kalb Co. 

Davis Samuel, school teacher, Spencerville, 
Dekalb Co. 

Davis Samuel, school teacher, St. Joseph 
Tp., Fort Wayne. 

Davis Thomas, land owner. Areola. 

Davis Walter, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Davis William, Fort Wayne. 

Dawkins Henry, farmer. New Haven. 

Dawkins James, farmer. New Haven. 

Dawkins John, farmer and land owner. New 
Haven. 

Dawkins William, farmer, New Haven. 

Daws J. B., land owner, Roanoke, Hunting- 
ton Co. 

Dawson John, land owner. Perry. 

Day John, land owner, Woodburn. 

Deal F. M., blacksmith, Monroeville. 

Deal Frederick, blacksmith, Root. 



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Deal George, land owner, Perry. 

Deal James M., blacksmith, Root. 

Dean Gilbert, landowner, Zanesville. 

Dean John, land owner, Zanesville. 

Debo William, farmer, Monroeville. 

Debolt Joseph, land owner, Areola. 

Decker Daniel, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Decker Henry E., farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Decker John G., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Decover Jacob, carpenter, Chamberlain. 

Dedier Theabout, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

DeHaven Jonathan, Fort Wayne. 

DeKay Peter, land owner. New Haven. 

Delagrange L , land owner, Perry. 

Delegraig Victor, land owner, Leo. 

Delerange Justin, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Dellmont Julius, Fort Wayne. 

DeLong Isaac, Foi t Wayne. 

DeLong Jesse, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

DeLong Joel, farmer. Perry. 

DeLong Washington, blacksmith, Perry. 

Dernier Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Denner John, lab. Fort Waj'ne. 

Dennert Rudolph, Fort Wayne. 

Denney Walter, blacksmith, Zanesville. 

Dennis Christian, farmer, New Haven. 

Dennis David, land owner, Roanoke, Hunting- 
ton Co. 

Dennis Isaac, farmer, Roanoke, Huntington 
County. 

Dennis Jacob, land owner, Roanoke, Hunt- 
ington Co. 

Dennis John, land owner, Roanoke, Hunting- 
ton Co. 

Dennis Michael, farmer. Little River. 

Dennis William, farmer. Areola. 

Denny Michael, farmer. Maples. 

Densel Frank, farmer. New Haven. 

Densel Mathias, land owner. New Haven. 

Depew Elijah, farmer, Leo. 

Depew Isaac, land owner, Leo. 

Depew Isaac N., land owner, Leo. 

Depew James M., farmer. Perry. 

Depew Lemuel, landowner, Leo. 

Depew William, land owner, Leo. 

Depew William M., farmer. Perry. 

Deplain Didier, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Derban Absalom, farmer, Leo. 

Derby James W., harnessmaker, Maysville, 
Harlan P. 0. 

Derbv William R., harnessmaker, Maysville, 
Harlan P. 0. 

Derome Frederick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Detrick Samuel, land owner, Harlan. 

Deturk Daniel, land owner, Litchfield. 

Deupont -Lawrence, farmer. New Haven. 

Devaux David, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Deventer Frederick, blacksmith, Hamilton, 
Leo P. 0. 

Deventer Frederick, (Deventer & Snyder,) 
Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 

Deventer & Snyder, (Frederick Deventer and 
Louis Snyder,) shoemakers, Hamilton, 
Leo P. 0. 

Dever John, wagonmaker, Hamilton, Leo 
P. 0. 

Devlin James, lab, Fort Wayne. 



Devlin John, land owner, Fort Wayne. **-* 

Devlin Patrick, laud owner, Fort Wayne. <r* 

Devlin William, grocer, Leo. **1 

Dovelin William, saloon, Hamilton, Loo P.O. " 
Dewitt D. L., laud owner, Roanoke, Hunting- ^^ 

ton Co. ^ 

Dewitt D. W., land owner, Roanoke, Hunt- •-» 

ington Co. ^ 

DeWinter Joseph, mill-jr. New Haven. ^ 

Dial J. B., farmer, Harlan. t-f 

Dicker.son Gideon, farmer. New Haven. ^ 

Dickerson Henry, farmer, New Haven. ^^ 

Dickerson Joshua, farmer and land owner, O 

Monroeville. ? 

Dickerson Weston, farmer. Perry. h-* 

Dickerson William, farmer and justice of the (t> 

peace, Monroeville. O 

Dickey Robert, Fort Wayne. *^ 

DICKISON HENRY, lawyer, New Haven. (O 
Didier Francis, Fort Wayne. ^ 

Didier J. M., Fort Wayne. o 

Diehl J., farmer, Harlan. 3 

Dierkes F. W., Fort Wayne. *t3 

Dierstein Anthony, wagonmaker, Mavsville, J^* 

Harlan P. 0. ' p* 

Dietrick A. J., land owner, Harlan. ® 

Dietrick Emanuel, lab, Harlan. ^ 

DifiTendaffer Henry, land owner, Areola. O 

Diffendaffer Jacob, farmer, Areola. ^^ 

Diffendaft'er Jacob, Sr., land owner. Perry. ^^ 
Diffendaffer John, land owner, Areola. O 

Diffendaffer Samuel, land owner Perry. r|j 

Diggins Maurice, farmer, Fort Wayne. ^"^ 

Digman John, land owner. Maples. 
Dilla L. P., farmer, Little River. 
Dillen G., farmer, Zanesville. ^ 

Dillon Samuel, land owner, Zanesville. •^ 

Dinger Robert, farmer, Maples. CO 

Dinges Frederick, land owner, Fort Way.ie. ^ 
Diuges John, land owner. Fort Wayne. ^ 

Dinges Philip, land owner, Fort Wayne. oa 

Dinglebeck G. M., land owner, Zanesville. ^ 
Dingman Abraham, wks J. Begue & Co., New O 

Haven. ^ 

Dingman Daniel, wks J. Begue & Co., New e-* 

Haven. g 

Dingman Geoige, wks J. Begue & Co., New ^ 

Haven. t^* 

Disen E., Leo. ^ 

Dishone John D., Root. 2 

Dishong Ephriam, land owner, Little River. 
Dishong Morris, farmer. Little River. g^ 

Disler Henry, cooper and land owner, Leo. ^ 
Disler Jacob 1st, farmer, Leo. ja* 

Disler Jacob 2nd, farmer, Leo. *" 

Disler John, land owner, Leo. 1^ 

Disler Samuel, land owner, Leo. hrt 

Ditzell Henry, land owner, Maples. ^ 

Ditzell William, land owner. Maples. vi^ 

Dobbins Henry, land owner, Little River. GQ 
Dobilinski Louis, paper mills, Fort Wayne. q 
Doctor George, land owner, Root. t^ 

Doctor Henry, land owner. Root. ® 

Dodan Frank, farmer and land owner, New (jj 

Haven. g* 

Dodan Joseph, farmer and land owner. New q^ 

Haven. PsT* 

Dohner Levi, (Dohner & Forsight,) Areola. 






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Foi'sii;lit,) blksinith, Areola. 

Dolaii EJw;!rd, Fort Wayne. 

Doliiii John, Fort Wayne. 

Doliin L., Monroeviile. 

Dolan Michael M., land owner, Perry. 

Dohin Nicholas, farmer, Little River. 

Dolan Robert, land owner. Perry. 

Dollarhide Alexander, land owner, Wood- 
burn. 

Dolhirliide Emsley, land owner, Woodburn. 

Dolloft' PJiijah, farmer, Areola. 

Donahoe John, Fort Wayne. 

Donaldson Joseph, land owner, Perry. 

Donaldson W. S., farmer, Perry. 

Dongly Joseph, land owner, Perrv. 

Donoliue Michael, land owner. Areola. 

Donovan Thomas, lab, P'ort Wayne. 

Doogan Miohael, land owner, Areola. 

Dooley John, land owner. Areola. 

Dooley William, day watchman P. Ft. W. & 
G. Ry.,Fort Wayne. 

Dooly David, farmer. Perry. 

Dooly John, Jr.. farmer, Perry. 

Dooly John, Sen., farmer. Perry. 

Dooly Solomon, farmer. Perry. 

Doring Henry, land owner, P'ort Wayne. 

Doring Jacob, farmer. New Haven. 

Dorsey George, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Dorsey James, cabin.etmkr, Zanesville. 

Dorsey John, farmer, Zanesville. 

Dorsey John, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Dorsey Jonathan, land on^ner, Hall's Corners. 

Dorsey Robert, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Dorsey Thomas, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Dorsey William, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Doswell John H., Fort Wayne. 

Dothage Krnest H.,land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Donble William, land owner. Little River. 

Dougall Allen H., flour mill, New Haven. 

Dougall John, land owner, New Haven. 

Dougall William, physician and surgeon, New 
Haven. 

Dougherty Alfred, land owner, Perry. 

Dougherty B., lab, Woodburn. 

Dougherty Hir:im, farmer, Maples. 

Dougherty Patrick, Fort Wayne. 

Dougherty Solomon, land owner, Monroeviile. 

Dougherty William, land owner, Monroeviile. 

Dougherty William H., land owner, Monroe- 
r ville. 



Douglass John, farmer, Leo. 

Douglas Samuel, land owner, Leo. 

Douglass William, blacksmith, Hamilton, Leo 

P. 0. 
Douglass William, land owner, Perry. 
Dove Dennis, land owner, Leo. 
Dove William, lab, Leo. 
Dowley John, Fort Wayne. 
Dowling Bartholomew, tinner S. Bacon, New 

Haven. 
Downing Jeremiah, Fort Wayne. 
Doyle John, f?prmer. Little River. 
Doyle William, farmer and land owner, New 

Haven. 
Drage Christopher, wagon maker, Root P. 0. 
Drage Frederick, land owner, Root. 
Drage Henry, land owner, Root. 



Drage Henry, Sen., land ovyner. Root. 

Draggoo Albert, land owt:er, Hall's Corners. 

Drake Andrew, Fort Wayne. 

Draker A., land ownei-. Areola. 

Draper D., farmer, Mor.roeville. 

Dratt John, wks Fitch & Mapel, Mapels. 

Dratt Peter, stave cutter Fitch & Mapel, Ma- 
ples. 

Drebert Henry, land owner, R(iot. 

Drebert John, land owner. Root. 

Droibelbiss Jacob, Fort Wayne. 

Dresback David, laud owner, Hall's Corners. 

Dressback Isaac, land owner, Harlan. 

Dresback John, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Dresback Joseph, laud owner. Hall's Corners. 

Drew William E., land owner. Root. 

Dreyer Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Driver Adam, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Driver Charles, farmer. Maples. 

Driver David, farmerj Chambi-rlain. 

Driver George R., farmei', Maples. 

Driver Isaiah, farmer. Maples. 

Driver Isaiah, Jr., carpenter, Chamberlain. 

Driver William, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Drury Michael, Fort Wayne. 

Ducat Anthony, Ip.nd owner. Fort Wayne. 

Dudenhafer Conrad, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Dudenhat'er George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Dudenhafer Philip, land owner, Root. 

Dueings Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Duffin Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Dugan J. W., farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeviile. 

Dugen Jacob, firmer. Maples. 

Dugen John, farmer, Maples. 

Dughman Abram, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Dughman David, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Dull Ephralm, laud owner, Perry. 

Dull Jacob, farmer. Perry. 

Dunham John L., (Dunham & Steele,) Fort 
Wayne. 

DUNHAM & STEELE, (John L. Dunham 
and James M. Steele,) groceries and 
provisions, Main st., Monroeviile. 

Dunlap Griffith, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Dunten G. W., land owner. Perry. 

Dunten H. F., land owner. Perry. 

Dunten M. N., land owner. Perry. 

Dunten Washington, grocer. Perry. 

Dunten William, pump mnfr. Root. 

Dunton Paul, land owner. Perry. 

Dunton Washington, postmaster and grocer, 
Huntington, Perry P. O. 

Dupeyron John B., farmer and land owner, 
New Haven. 

Duplilain Frank, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Dupont Marcellus, fanner, Fort Wayne. 

Dupont Peter, land owner, Peiry. 

Durbiu Samuel, farmer, Harlan. 

Durgen Stewart, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Dykes Andrew, Sr., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

EAGG George, land owner, Monroeviile. 
Eagy John H., school teacher, Monroe- 
viile. 
Eagv William M., land owner, Monroeviile. 
Eiikin Thomas C, physician, Monroeviile. 
Earl George W., farmer, Leo. 



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Earl William, farmer, Leo. 
Eberluirdt Alfred, farmer, Perry. 
Eberly D.uiiel, miller. Fori Wajne. 
Ebner M., Ikrruur, Root. 
Eby D.iniel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Eby Knfua, land owner. Fort, Wayne. 
Eecles George W., Laid owner, Harlan. 
Eekerman David, lab P. Ft. W. & U. Ry. 
Eekert Fiedcriuk, Fort Wayue. 
Eckert Tobias, Fort Wayne. 
Eden .John, farmer and land owner, New 
Haven. 

Edgerton J. K. & Co., 

(J. K. Edgerton and George Nel.-^on.) 

stave fielory and saw niill,'\Voodbino. 

[See curd p Y .) 
Edgingti)n James, land owner, Monroevilie, 
Edmunds John, Fort Wayne. 
Edsall Peter, farmer, Foi't Wayne. 
Edsall Simon, larmer, Fort W.iyne. 
Edwards A.fred, uari)enter, Z.mesville. 
Edwards George F., lab, Monroevilie. 
Edwards Isaac N., lab. Perry. 
Edwards John, fanner. New Haven. 
Edwaids M , land owner. Perry. 
Eggerman David, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Egulf Samuel, land owner, Areola. 
Eiclicff John, Fort Wavne. 
Eiehehnan William, Fort Wavne. 
Eigenberg Henry, land owner", Fort Wayne. 
Eigenberg John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Eitamiin Nicholas, farmer. Fort Way no. 
Elder Uriah, Monroevilie. 
Eidridge James S., farmer, P'ort Wayne. 
Elickson fienry, Fort Wayne. 
Elliott Abraham, tailor,' Maysvilie, HarJan 

P. 0. ' J , 

Elliott George W., editor Fort Wayne Bui- 

Ic'tln, Fort Wayne. 
Ellison J. F., land owner, Zanesville. 
Elm Park Nursery, I. D. G. Nelson, prop, 

Adams Township, on T. W. & W. Ry., 3 

niiles e Fort Wayne. 
Ely David, furmer, Leo. 
Ely Ed\,/ard, cooper and land owner. Fort 

Wayne. 
Ely ISicluil.is, Fort Wayne. 
Ely Solomon, land owner, Leo. 
Embry Giiailes G., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Eme John ii., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Eme T., land owner. Areola. 
Emery John, land owner, Woodburn. 
Emery Simeon, farmer, Woodburn. 
Eminhiser Adam, land owner, iMaples. 
Eminhiser Adam, Jr., land owner, Maples. 
Emiuniser Jo-cph, land owner, Maple.s. 
Eminhiser Stephen, land owner. Maples. 
Emriek A. J., farmer, Litile River. 
Emiiek Adam, land owner. Root. 
Emiick Benjamin, land ov/ner, Root. 
Emriek Franklin, fiirmer, Harlan. 
Emriek Henry, land owner, Root. 
Emriek J. P., land owner. Little River. 
Emriek Jacob, land owner, Little River. 
Emriek Joseph, land owner, Root. 
Emriek William, farmer, Harlan. 



^ineer and land owner, 



Endiiiger Samuel, e 

Harlan. 

Engelkmg Uenry, Fort Wayne. 
Engle Amnel, farmer, Maplea. 
Engie J. B., physician, Madison Township 

Monroevilie P. O. 
Engle John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Fngle John, Jr., land owner, Fort" Wayne. 
English James, farmer, Monroevilie. 
English John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Eriek E. W.Hqv., pastor Lutheran Church, 

Monroevilie. 
Eriek George, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Eriek Willi;, m H., land owner. New" Haven. 
Eriekson Cmirles, land owner. Perry. 
Erlewine Ainos, carpenter and laiid owner, 

Roanoke, Huntington Co. 
Ernsting Charles, Fort Wayne. 
Ervin Jeremiali, land owner, Fort Wavne. 
Ervin John, larmer. Fort Wayue. 
Erwin Ricliard, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Esig A. P., farmer. Root. 
Esig William, farmer. Root. 
E^tabrook Aaron, land owner. Perry. 
Estell Tlionias IJ., farmer, Monroevilie. 
Estell Thomas J., farmer, Monroevilie. 
Esterline William J., blacksmith, Fort Wayne 
Etdington James, general store, Root. 

Etzinger , Fort Wayne. 

Evard David, farmer. New Haven. 

Evard James, blacksmith and land owner 

Harlan. 
Evard John A., farmer, New Haven. 
Evard Julius, farmer, New Haven. 
Evard Lewis, farmer. New Haven. 
Eveland Peter, teamster. New Haven. 
Evens George, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Ever Henry, farmer. New Haven. 
liv'erett Elijah, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Everett Leonard, I md owner, Fort Wayne. 
i'^vil Charles, farmer. Root. 
Ewart David, land owner. Little River. 
Eweth S.nnuel, land owner, Zanesville 
EXCHA\(iE HOTEL, E. G. Coverdale, 

propr. Railroad st, Monroevilie. 
Eyl August. Chamberlain. 
Eyl William, Ciiamberlain. 

i TRACKS Adolph, land owner, Little River. 
] Packs (ieoige, farmer. Little River. 
Fagan L., farmer, Monroevilie. 
Fahling Frederick, engineer Fitcli & Mapel, 

Maples. 
Failer Jacob, Fort Wavne. 
Failing Frederick, farmer. Maples. 
Fair Andrew, find owner. Perry. 
Fair IJhristian, land owner Perrv. 
Fair Gabriel, farmer. Perry. 
P'air J icob ('., land owner, Perrv. 
Fair I'eter, land owner, Perry. 
Fair Samuel, land owner. Perry. 
Fairfield Asa, Fort Wayne. 
Fairlield Ciiaries, landowner, Bnrt Wavne. 
Fiiirtield Charles, Jr., Fort Wayne. 
Fairfield Cyrus, Fort Wayne. 
Fairfield John, painter, Monroevilie. 
Fairiield William H., carpeiHer and land own- 
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PQ Fiilkinburg Caleb, land owner, Litchfield. 

^ Fiilkinburg Ely, farmer, Litclifield. 

pj ralloii John, section Ibrenian repairs P. Ft. 

O W & C. Ry., Fort Wayne. 

^ Falls Joseph, land owner. Root. 

^ Falsing Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Ct Fancou George, wks J. Begue & Co., New 
^ Haven. 

„ Fark Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
^^ Farmer Amen, land owner, Ferry- 
HJ* Farmer Andrew, land owner. Ferry. 

CJ Farmer Cyrus, farmer, Harlan. 

o3 Fanner John W., land owner, Harlan. 
•^ Farmer Lot, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Pi Farmer William, farmer, Perry. 

O Farrand R. S., lab, Perry. 

^Farrell Charles, farmer. Root. 
1—^ Farrell Cornelius, farmer, Little River. 

P* Fnrrell D. C, land owner. Root. 

CJ Farrell Edward, land owner, Root. 
■g Fi-rrell Hugh, Fort Wayne. 

C3 Farrell J.'W., Jr., land owner. Little River. 

O Farrell J. W., Sen., land owner. Little River. 

^ Farrell John, land owner. Root. 

BQ Faust Aaron, farmer, Harlan. 

2 Faust Anthony, land owner, Leo. 

<-} Fauz Frank, cooper J. Begue & Co., New Ha- 
CQ ven. 

-. Faveret Remis, lab, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Mon- 

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•f-i Fay Ezra, Fort Wayne. 



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, ■! ven. 

Federspiel Bolson, (Federspiel & Bro.,) New 
*g Haven. 

Federspiel John, (Federspiel & Bro.,) New 
'g Haven. 

§ Federspiel & Bro., (Bolson and John,) black- 
*^ smiths, New Htven. 

^ Feely Daniel, wks J. McKendry & Co., New 

O Haven. 

Qj Feighner Jacob, land owner, Zanesville. 
"^ Feighner John, farmer, Zanesville. 

S^^Feister Jacob, land owner, Zanesville. 
^ Feley Daniel, stonecutter. New Haven. 
53 Felger Christian, land owner. Areola. 
^ Felger Daniel, farmer. Areola. 

Felger Frederick, land owner, Areola. 
O4 Felger Frederick C, landowner. Areola. 
5? Felger G., f.trmer. New Haven. 
»j4 Felger Jacob, land owner. Areola. 

_ Felger Jacob, Sr., land owner. Areola. 
O Fell Christian, farmer. Little River. 
^ Felt Peter, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
^ Felt Warren B., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
^ Felten Sila?, Fort Wayne. 
^ Felts G. J., (Wilson & Felts,) Zanesville. 
r^ Fenton John G., cooper J. McKendry & Co., 
Cd New Haven. 

J3 Fenton W., farmer, Motiroeville. 
*§ Fennion Joseph, wks paper mill, Ft. Wayne. 
rn Ferris Ezekiel M., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

„ Fevert Venus,.lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
^Fidler Adam, farmer. New Haven. 
<P Fiegel Charles, Fort Wayne. 
^ Fields Amos, farmer. Little River. 
Jh Fields F. B., farmer. Little River. 
^ Fields J. M., land owner, Little River. 



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Figely John W., land owner, Harlan. 

Figle William, teamster and land owner Fort 
Wayne. 

Fike Tobias, lab. New Haven. 

Filker C, farmer. Root. 

Filker John, land owner. Root. 

Filley Samuel, Fort Wayne. 

Filley Silby, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Finan Roger, farmer, Monroeville. 

Finch Charles, land owner, Perry. 

Fink Jacob, Fort Wayne. 

Fink Jacob, wigonmkr, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 

Firestine George, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Fischer Jobst, farmer and stock dealer, New 
Haven. 

Fischer John, farmer and land owner, New 
Haven. 

Fisher Adam, elk H. Schnelker, New Haven. 

Fisher Henry, lab, Monroeville. 

Fisher Jacob, cabinetmkr, Zanesville. 

Fisher Jacob, cooper. Little River. 

Fisher Joseph, butcher. New Haven. 

Fisher Joseph C, land owner. Root. 

Fisher John, farmer. Perry. 

Fisher John, farmer, Monroeville. 

Fisher Samuel, land owner, Roanoke, Hunt- 
ington Co. 

Fitch Appleton H., (Fitch & Mapel,) Maples. 

Fitch John W., wks Fitch & Mapel, Maples. 

Fitch Mathias, land owner. Perry. 

Fitch Nathaniel, land owner. Perry. 

Fitch Nathaniel H., (Fitch & Mapel,) Maples. 

FITCH & MAPEL, (A. H. Fitch, N. H. Fitch, 
L. S. Mapel,) mnfrs staves and barrel 
headings. Maples. t 

Fitzgerald John, farmer. Maples. 

Fitzgerald Michael, land owner. Chamber- 
lain. 

Fitzgerald Pierce, land owner, Leo. 

Fitzgerald William, farmer. New Haven. 

Fitzsimmons J. F., physician. Fort Wayne. 

Fitzsiinmons Patrick, land owner. Ft. Wayne. 

Flachs & Fry, propr saw mill, Madison Town- 
ship, Maples P. 0. 

Flack Charles, farmer. Fort Wayne P. 0. 
1 Flack Michael, farmer. Maples. 

Flack Philip, farmer. Maples. 

Flaugh John, saw mill. Maples. 

Flashtnan P., land owner. Root. 

Fleming David, Fort Wayne. 
i Fleming J. W., land owner, Perry. 
I Fleschman Henry, Fort Wayne. 
j Fletcher E., Fort Wayne. 
I Fletter James M., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
i Flickinger Abraham, lab, Monroeville. 
i Flickinger John, land owner. Chamberlain. 
I Flint John C, station agt P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., 
Areola. 

Flutter H. A., Fort Wayne. 

Flutter Jacob N., Fort Wayne. 

Fluttrow August, wks S. Bacon, New Haven. 

Foelinger Philip, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Fohling Christian, Fort Wayne. 

Foest Frederick, farmer. Root. 

Foest William, farmer, Root. 

Fogle Patrick, wks Baker & Bro., Monroe- 
ville. 

Fogwell William, land owner, Zanesville. 



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Foltz Henry, land owner, Areola. 

Foltz Joseph, farmer, Areola. 

Foltz Samuel, farmer, Areola. 

Foncanon Naney A., wid Harrison, milliner 

and dressmaker, Monroeville. 
Fonner William, land owner, Eoot. 
Foote Harvey B., land owner, Harlau. 
Foote John B., land owner, Harlan. 
Forbes Thomas, Fort Wayne. 
Forbing John, Fort Wayne. 
Forbing Peter, Fort Wayne. 
Forbush Joel J., Fort Wayne. 
Ford George, land owner, Harlan. 
Ford W., brakeman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Mon- 
roeville. 
Forsight Robert, (Dohner & Forsight,) Ar- 
eola. 
Forraaii J G., land owner, Zanesville 
Forney Francis, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Forney John, lab, Woodburn. 
Forsyth Joseph, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Forthmiller Jacob, farmer and land owner, 

New Haven. 
Forthmiller John J., farmer and land owner, 

New Haven. 
Foster A. W., farmer, Perry. 
Foster Edward, land owner, Woodburn. 
Foster George, wagonmaker, New Haven. 
Foster Jesse, farmer, Monroeville. 
Foster Jesse, land owner, Woodburn. 
Foster John G., farmer. New Haven. 
Fos-night Solomon, land owner, Harlan. 
Fosa William, farmer, Litchfield. 
Fountain Louis, blacksmith, Hamilton, Leo 

P. 0. 
Fouser John J., lab, Fort Wayne. 
Fox Allman, (Fox, Timbrook & Co.,) Mays- 

ville, Harlan P. 0. 
Fox Amnion, carpenter and land owner, Har- 
lan. 
Fox Hiram, landowner. Chamberlain. 
Fox John W., (Fox, Timbrook & Co.,) Mavs- 

ville, Harlan P. 0. 
Fox Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Fox Philander, carpenter and land owner. 

Areola. 
Fox Rhinehard, Fort Wayne. 
Fox Valentine. Fort Wayne. 
Fox W. W., Fort Wayne. 
Fox, Timbrook & Co., (Allman and John W. 
Fox and John Timbrook,) saw mill, Maya- 
ville, Harlan P. 0. 
France Daniel S., land owner. Maples. 
France Frank, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
France Tebs, farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 
France William, farmer, Monroeville. 
France William H., farmer, Monroeville. 
Frank Adam, Fort Wayne. 
Frank Frederick, farmer, Monroeville. 
Frank Henry, farmer, Monroeville. 
Frank William, farmer, Monroeville. 
Fraine Frank, farmer and land owner, New 

Haven. 
Fraine Prosper, farmer and land owner, New 

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Frame Ingram, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Fraser Charles,8hoemaker, Hamilton, Leo P.O 



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Frecht Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Frecht Henry, Jr., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Frederick Samuel, farmer, Perry. 

Frederickson Christian, land owner, Leo. 

Fredericksou George, farmer and land owner, 
Leo. 

Frederickson George, Jr., farmer, Leo. 

Frederickson J., postmaster, grocer, and 
station agt T. W. W. & W. Ry., Wood- 
burn. 

Frederickson Jacob, farmer, Leo. 

Frederickson Jacob M., land owner. Fort 
Wayne. 

Frederickson John G., post master, Wood- 
burn. 

Frederickson Martin, farmer, Leo. 

Fredline Emaimel, farmer, Monroeville. 

Fredline J. D., farmer, Monroeville. 

Fredline John, farmer, Monroeville. 

Freeman Frame C, land owner. Perry. 

Freeman N. B., paper Mill, Fort Wayne. 

Freeman U. B., land owner, Monroeville. 

Freeman Noah, wks Ralya & Robertson, Mon 
roeville. 

Freeman Robert, land owner. Perry. 

FreistroiFer Simon, land owner. Fort Wayne, r^ 

French Amos, Fort Wayne. O 

French Silas, Port AVayne. 1_ 

Friber Ignatius, farmer, Little River. ^ 

Frichshuber Adam, land owner, Little River. CD 

Frichshuber Frederick, farmer. Little River. {3 

Frichshuber J. L., land owner, Little River. O 

Frichshuber Thomas, land owner. Little *^ 
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Friedt Henry C, shoemkr, Maysville, Harlan ^ 

Friedt Jacob, land owner, Harlan. 

Friedt John, land owner, Hailan. 

Frield John, Fort Wayne. 

Frier Conrad, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Frier John, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Friese Amos, farmer, Harlan. 

Friese Daniel, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Friese Jacob, farmer, Hall's Corners. 

Frisby Daniel M., farmer. New Haven. 

Fritcher Christopher, farmer. New Haven 

Frosch Martin, land owner, Fort Wayne. P* 

Fruechtenwicht Frank, land owner, Fort^ 

Wayne. ^^ 

Fruechtenwicht Henrv, land owner. Fort ?!• 

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Fry Absalom, lab P. ¥t. W. & C. Ry., Maples. ^L 
Fry Charles, land owner. Fort Wayne. JjJ 

Fry Frank, Fort Wayne. \^ 

Fry Frederick, farmer. Maples. 
Fry Frederick, lab P. Ft. W. k C. 

Maples. 
Fry George, wks Fitch &Mapcl, Maples. 
Fry Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Fry Jacob, tanner. Fort Wayne. 
Fry James, farmer, Maples. 
Fry John, Fort Wayne. 
Fry John W., land owner, Harlan. 
Fry Martin, farmer. Maples. 
Fry Pliilip, farmer, Maple!?. 
Fulke Lewis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Fulke Martin, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Fulkerson Abraham, land owner, Leo. 



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Fiilkerson David, land owner, Leo. 
Fuller Chauneey, land owner, Ferry. 
Fuller James L.", physician and snrgeon, Hun- 

ttrtowu, Perry F 0. 
Fuliuer Frederick,"iand owner, Fort Wayne. 
FuUs Christian, land owner, Zanesville. 
FulcsJohn, farmer, Zanesville. 
Funk Miirtin, lab, Leo. 
Funk Peter, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Fui bach George, F^rt Wayne. 
Furgers'on George, land owner, Root. 
Furj^nsen John, Fort W;iyne. 
Fiirniss Thomas, land owner, Leo. 



/ < ABLE Charles, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

\J' Gable Frederick, farmer and land 
owner. Maples. 

Gable Mathias, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Gabler George, Fort Wayne. 

Gabriel Tnnis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Gage James, lab Woodburn. 

Gige Robert, i'armer, Woodburn. 

(iageby David, land owner, Leo. 

(iailey'jaincs, laud owner, Uonroeville. 

G.iiley John, land owner, Mouroeville. 

G.iiley Robert, land owner, Monroeville. 

G.ilunHli IL 0., fanner. New Haven. 

liaibiot William, farmer, New Haven. 

(Jullagher Michael, lab. Areola. 

G.illana William, lab P. Ft. W. & G. Ry., Fort 
Wayne. 

Gallmeier Frederick, Jr., land owner, New 
Hav6n. 

Gallnieier Frederick, Sr., land owner. Fort 
Wayne. 

Gallmev'er Christian, farmer. New Haven. 

Gallnieyer Conrad, farmer. New Haven. 

Gallus "j. W., pliysieian and land owner. New 
Haven. 

Gant H., wks Ralya & Robertson, Monroe- 
ville. 

Gant Joseph, farmer, Monroeville. 

(i irdner Andrew, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

(Jareg Christian, land owner, Cimniberlain. 

(i.irey William, land owner. Little River. 

Garretsen Andrew, land owner. Ferry. 

tiarritt Andrew, land owner, Z.mesville. 

(;:rroll A. C, Hall's Corners, P. 0. 

Gartley Samuel, plasterer, Monroeville. 

(ilarvcr David, hunt owner. New Haven. 

Garver Franklin, land owner, New Haven. 

G irver James, land owner. New Haven. 

Graver William, 1 iiul owner, New H.iven. 

Garvrick Aaron, laud owner and school teach- 
er, Z.inesviUe. 

Gaskiil A. D. K., farmer, Zmesville. 

(ia:skill A. P., farmer, iJuiesville. 

Ga^kill Isaac, farmer, Zmesville. 

Gaskill M. H., iV.rmer, Zanesville. 

tiaskill M. S,, farnu'r, Zanesville. 

G.iuse John, farmer. Perry. 

Gauz Lewis, Fort Wayne. 

Gaylord Orville, land owner. Areola P. 0. 

Geiiring Andrew, farmer, Perry. 

Gearn Dennis, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 

Gebert Frederick, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Geblmrd Charles, land owner, Fort Wayue. 



Gebhard Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Gebhard George, Fort Wayne. 

Geek Casper, farmer, Fon Wayne. 

Geek George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Geek John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Geerin Dennis, lab. Areola. 

Gcger Adam, land owner, Litchfield. 

Geide N., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Geistalfer Ferdinand, tanner and land owner, 
P'ort Wayne. 

Gele Frederick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Gel-enlicf.ter Henry, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Gelsenleichler Jacob, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Gennier Michael, Fort Wayne. 

Geoyline Jacob, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Geoi'ge Joseph, land owner, Monroeville. 

Gi'orge Lorenzo, land owner Harlan. 

Gerard Charles, farmer and land owner, 
Maples. 

Gerard John C, farmer and land owner, 
Maples. 

Gerardot Alexis, farmer and land owner, 
Maples. 

Gerardot Alexis, Jr., farmer and land owner, 
Maples. 

Gerardot Anthony, farmer and land owner. 
Maples. 

Geraidot Joseph, farmer, New Haven. 

Gerardot Joseph, lab. New Haven. 

Geraidot J(»seph, land owner. Maples. 

Gerardot Julius, farmer. New Haven. 

Gerardot Justin, wks J. Begue & Co., New 
H.iveii. 

Gerardot Louis, farmer and land owner, 
Map es. 

Gerardot Stephen, farmer, Monroeville. 

Gerig Andrew J., farmer, Leo. 

Gerig John, land owner, Leo. 

Geiig Joseph, land owner, Leo. 

Gerig Ji>seph, Jr., farmer, Leo. 

(xei'ig Joseph, landowner, Harlan. 

Gerig Joseph, Jr., land owner, Harlan. 

Gerig Joseph 0., land owner, Leo. 

Gerig Joseph W., land owner, Leo. 

Gerig Peier, land owner, Leo. 

Gerke Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Gerke Fi edcriek, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Gerke Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Ge.ke Lewis, Fort Wayne. 

Gerin John IL, farmer, Areola, 

Gesekiiig Dedrick, laud owner, Litchfield. 

Geseking W'lUiain, farmer, Litchlield. 

Gessinger David, carpenter, Monroeville. 

Gctclicli Fly, land owner, Leo. 

Getz Andrew, land owner, Spencerville, De- 
kalb Co. 

Getz Jolin, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Gender Frederick, Areola. 

Geuth J. P., land owner, Zanebville. 

GeuthJolm. land owner, Zanesville. 

(jewrhart W. S., farmer. Perry. 

Giant Jacob, land owner. Maples. 

Giant Joseph, iurmer, Maples. 

Gibbons John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Mon- 
roeville. 

Gibbons Frederick, Harlan. 

Gibbons J. H., land owner, Harlan. 

Gibler Jerry, land owner, Areola. 



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Gibson Daniel, land owner, Root. 

Gibson David, land owner, Root. 

(ribson David, Jr., farmer, Root. 

Gibson James, farmer. Root. 

Gibson John, farmer, Little River. 

Gibson John C, land owner. Little River. 

Gibson Joseph, land ov/ner, Little River. 

Gibson Jdsepli, land owner, Root. 

Gibson Samuel, laud owner^ Monroeville. 

Gilbert James, Fort Wayne. 

Gilbert Jasper, farmer, New Haven. 

Gilchrist John, shoemkr D. A. Row, Monroe- 
ville. 

Gile J. F., land owner, Woodburn. 

Gilford Alfred, plasterer, Hamilton, Leo P.O. 

Gilford Harrison, shoemkr, Leo. 

Giltbrd Russell, farmer, Leo. 

Gill Joseph, land ov/ner, Fort Wayne. 

Gill Samuel E., lab.. Fort Wayne. 

Gilligan James, Fort Wayne. 
Gillett WilUes, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Gillett Tyler M,, land owner, Chamberlain, 
(jillion Louis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Gilmore Jamer!, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Gilson George, wks J. Begue & Co., New 

Haven. 
G impel Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Gingriek Daniel, land owner, Harlan. 

Ginther Joseph, land owner, Monroeville. 

Girahd August, farmer, Monroeville. 

(xladio Frank, farmer and land owner. New 

Haven. 
Gladio Lester, farmer and land owner. New 

Haven. 
Gladio Peter, land owner. New Haven. 
Glasser John R., Fort Wayne. 
Glassniire Daniel, shoemkr. New Haven. 
Glavvs John W., justice of the peace -and 

land owner, Roanoke, Huntington Co. 
Glirido Peter, farmer, Maples. 
Glosscr Francis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Gioyd Elbridge, farmer, Perry. 
Gloyd G. B., miller. Perry! 
Gloyd Jerome, land owner. Perry. 
Gloyd L. D., land owner. Perry. 
Gloyd Lewis, land owner, Perry. 
Goadormode George J., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Goddard E. A., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Goddard H. R., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Goddard John, Fort Wayne. 
Godfrey Charles, house raiser, Hamilton, Leo 

P. O. 
Goeglein Daniel, farmer, New Haven. 
Goegleiu George, farmer. New Haven. 
Goeglein Jolin, farmer, New Haven. 
Goehrun H. D., land owner, Perry. 
Gohen William, land owner, Litchfield. 
Gokey Francis, farmer, Areola. 
Golden Patrick, farmer, Maples. 
Golden Patrick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Golden William, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Golden William, Jr , land owner, Fort Wayne 
Goldsmith James, landowner. Chamberlain 
Goldsmith Joseph, land owner, Leo. 
Goler Adam, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Going William, land owner. Little River. 
Good Henry, land owner. New Haven, 

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Goodin John, wks Ralya & Robertson, Mon- 
roeville. 

Goodspeed Silas, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Goodwill Jeremiah, farmer. New Haven. 

Goosen L., farmer, Areola. 

Gordon George B., boarding house, Wood- 
burn. 

Gordon James, land owner. Perry. 

Gore R., land owner, Woodburn. 

Gorham Marquis, Fort Wayne. 
I Gorjnan Enocli, farmer. Perry. 

Gorinin Dennis, land owner, Areola. 

Gorrell Isaac, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Gorrell Jesse B., land owner, Chamberlain. 

Gorrell John, land owner, Harlan, 
; Goeslink S. L., post master. Root. 
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Goudy James M., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Gould Frederick, farmer, Little River. 
Gowthrop Ricliard, land owner, Harlan. 
Graber Cliristian, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Grabel Daniel, farmer, Chamberlain. 
Graber Jacob, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Graber John, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Graber John, land owner, Harlan. 
Graber Peter, land owner, Chamberlain. 
Graber Peter, Jr., land owner. Chamberlain. 
Grabil Daniel, Sen., land owner, Harlan. 
Grabil Joseph, land owner, Harlan. 



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Gradlis 0. C, laD, Areola. 

Grady Michael, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Ar- 
eola. 

Grady Patrick, Fort Wayne. 

Graham John, land ownei, Little River. 

Graham Samuel, farmer, Monroeville. 

Graham Thomas, Fort Wayne. 

Gramieman Henry, wagonmkr and land own- 
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Grash Isaac, farmer, Leo. J^ 

Grash John, land owner, Leo. 

Crash Samuel, miller, Leo. 

Graves George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Graves Hiram, carpenter. Areola. 

Graves J. D., land owner. Hall's Corner. 

Gray C. B., land owner. Perry. 

Gray Joseph, farmer, Monroeville. 

Grayless Ch irles W., farmer. Areola. 

(xrebel William, land owner, F(n't Wayne 

Green E. W., land owner, New Haven. 

Green Henry S., saw mill propr., Perry. 

Green James, laud owner. Perry. 

Green Joseph, land owner. Root. 

Green Joseph, Jr., farmer. Root. 

Green Robert, farmer. Areola. 

Green William, section foreman P. Ft. W. & ^ 
0. Ry., Fort Wayne. 

Greenawalt Jesse, land owner, Hai'lan. 

Greenrich David, land owner, Chamberlain. 

Greenville George, land owner. Perry. 

Greer Thomas, farmer. Little River. 

Gregg Marshall, carpenter, New H.iven. 



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^ Greible George, land owner, Root. 
^ Greible William, land owner. Root. 

<D Greift' Frank, land owner, Terry. 

§ Grese Peter, farmer, New Haven. 
2 Gresley John, land owner, Root. 

^ Gresley Peter, land owner, Root. 

^ Greva Joseph, land owner. Perry. 
iS Greve Frank, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
^^ Greve John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
^ Grider David, farmer. Little River. 

— Grider Martin, wks Fiteh & Mapel, Maples. 
'2 Griebel Lewis, Fort Wayne. 

§ GrifBn A. C, millwright. Perry. 
^ Griftin D. G., carpenter. Perry. 

_^ Griffin Horatio, wks J. MeKendry & Co., New 

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Griffith John, farmer, Monroeville. 
^Griffith W., night watchman P. Ft. W. & C 
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^ Grill David, land owner, Spencerville, De- 
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Grimes Jacob, farmer. Maples. 
Grimes Karl, cooper J. MeKendry & Co., New 

Haven. 
Grimes Nicholas, farmer. Maples. 
^ Griswold Joseph D., farmer and cooper. Fort 
_ Wayne. 

jp Griswold Miles, farmer. Fort Wayue. 
.2 Groden Charles, farmer. Maples. 
'^ Gromann Andrew, miller and land owner, 
^ Root. 

^^ Gromeau Aresine, farmer. New Haven. 
^•-H Gromeau August, farmer and land owner, 
^ New Haven. 

p^ Groose Abner, land owner. Areola. 
§ Grose Benjamin, Fort Wayne. 
3 Grosjean John B., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
"M GrosscossPetei-, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
O GrostJeanA., Fort Wayne. 
■tjj Grotrian August, wks Fitch & Mapel, Maples. 
<— 4 Gotrian William, wks Fitch & Mapel, Maples. 
S* Grove H. E., farmer, Little River. 
S Grover Andrew, frtrmer, Monroeville. 
§ Grover Benjamin, farmer and land owner, 

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^ Grover Daniel, land owner, Leo. 
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Grover Jonathan, farmer and land owner,New 

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Grover Joseph, farmer and land owner, New 

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Grover Nathaniel, farmer and land owner, 

New Haven. 
Giover Samuel, farmer, Maples. 
Grover S^anuel, Monroevihe. 
c5 Grover Taylor, farmer and land owner, New 
^ Haven. 

'^ Grover Taylor, Jr., farmer and land owner, 
^2 Maples. 

„ Growiiiiur Joseph, farmer and land owner, 
^ New Haven. 

^ Gruhaugh Ephriam, lab, Fort Wayne. 
^ Grubb John, hotel keeper, Huntertown, Perry 
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»2 Grubb Johh, land owner, Leo. 



Grube Daniel L., land owner, Root. 

Grube Israel, propr saw mill, Madison Town- 
ship, Monroeville P. 0. 

Gruber Christian, land owner, Harlan. 

Gruber Henry, land owner, Harlan. 

Gruber Ira, land owner, Harlan. 

Gruber J. H., land owner, Zanesville. 

Gruber J. M., land owner, Harlan. 

Gruber Joseph, school teacher, Harlan. 

Grush Andrew, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Guenther I. W., physician and surgeon, Maya- 
ville, Harlan P. 0. 

Guiff John, land owner, Perry. 

Guiff Lewis, land owner, Perry. 

Guitf Paul, land owner. Perry. 

Guiff Victor, land owner, Perry. 

Guig Benjamin, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Guilst 0., farmer. Maples. 

Guinin Francis, farmer, Monroeville. 

Gumbert John, landowner. Fort Wayne. 

Gump George, land owner, Perry. 

Gump Jacob, land owner. Perry. 

Gunder George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Gunder George, Jr., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Guny Jeremiah, land owner. Perry. 

Guny John, land owner, Perry. 

HABECKER John, land owner. Fort 
Wayne. 
Habecker Martin, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Habecker William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Hafley Uriah, farmer. Chamberlain. 
Hagan Frank, farmer, Leo. 
Hagan Henry, land owner, Leo. 
Hagan John, farmer, Leo. 
Hagan John, lab. Areola. 
Hagedorn Herman, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Hager George, Hall's Corners. 
Hager George, Harlan. 
Haifley David, farmer, Spencerville, DeKalb 

County. 
Haifley George, land owner, Harlan. 
Haifley Israel, land owner, Harlan. 
Haifley Simon P., land owner, Harlan. 
Haire Augustus, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hale Willis, Monroeville. 
HALL ALVIN, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Hall George W., (Hall, Schnelker & Co.,) 

New Haven. 
Hall Isaac, land owner, Hall's Corners. 
Hall James E., Fort Wayne. 
Ilall John, land owner, Leo. 
Hall Nathaniel B., land owner. Hall's Cor- 

neis. 
Hall Putnam, farmer. New Haven. 
Hall S., farmer, Leo. 
HALL, SCHNELKER & CO., (George W. 

Hall, Herman Schnelker and Cyrus E. 

Bryant,) mufrs staves and barrel head 

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Halleen George, farmer, Little River. 
Halleen John, land owner, Little River. 
Halleen John H., farmer, Little River. 
Holzworth Daniel, Hall's Corners. 
Hamann August, Fort Wayne. 
Hamilton B. A., land owner, Zanesville. 
Hamilton Peter, Fort Wayne. 



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Hamilton Thomas, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Hamilton William, laud owner and stock 

dealer, Fort Wayne. 
Hamilton William A., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Harais Perry, land owner, Perry. 
Hamm Adam, Jr., land owner, Leo. 
Hamm Adam, Sen., land owner, Leo. 
Hammon William, farmer. Maples. 
Hammond Charles, farmer and land owner, 

Maples. 
Hammond John, land owner. Maples. 
Hancaurader John, land owner. Little River. 
Hancaurader William, land owner, Little 

River. 
Hand G. H., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Handal Jacob, saloon and grocery, Monroe- 

vilie. 
Hanes Benjamin, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Hanley Michael, distiller. New Haven. 
Hanley Patrick, land owner. New Haven. 
Hanna Henry 0., land owner, Washington 

Township, Fort Wayne. 
Hanna Hugh T., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hanna Samuel, land owner. Fort Wavne. 
Hanna Willis W., land owner, J'ort Wayne. 
Hapel Frederick, land owner. Areola. 
Harbaugh Harris, land owner. Root. 
Harber Gerhart, land owner. Little River. 
Harber Gerhart, land owner. Root. 
Harber Henry, farmer. Little River. 
Hirber John, land owner. Little River. 
Harber John, land owner. Root. 
Harber John, Jr., farmer. Root. 
Harber Martin, farmer. Little River. 
Harber Nicholas, land owner, Little River. 
Harber Nicholas, land owner. Root. 
Hardendorf William, Fort Wayne. 
Harding Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hardisty James C, farmer, ilarlan. 
Hardy William, land owner. Perry. 
Hare J. W., justice of the peace and land 

owner. Little River. 
Harkey John, farmer, New Haven. 
Harman Christian B., land owner, Harlan. 
Harroeyer Lewis, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Hiirnish Jacub, Fort Wayne. 
Harnish John, land owner, Harlan. 
Harp Henry, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Harper Hamilton, carpenter, New Haven. 
Harper Isaiah W., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Harper James, farmer. New Haven. 
Harper James A., land owner, New Haven. 
Harper John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Harper Samuel, farmer. New Haven. 
Harper Samuel, wks John Brooks, New Ha- 
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Harper William, land owner. New Haven. 
Harrington Dennis, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., 

Foit Wayne. 
Harris John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Harris Jolm, landowner, R;)ot. 
Harris W. IL, landowner, Zanesville. 
Harrison James M., farmer. Perry. 
Harrison William, land owner. Fort Wayie. 
Harrison William, Fort Wayne. 
Harrod Isaac, land owner, Root. 
Harrod Joseph, farmer. Maples. 
Harrod Morgan, land owner. Root 



Hart John, farmer and land owner, Monroe 

ville. 
Hart Patrick, land owner. Root, 
Harter Abram, land owner. Perry. 
Harter Frederick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Harter George, land owner, Hall's Corners 
Harter W. H., farmer, Hall'.s Corners 
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Hartman August, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hartman Augustus, Fort Wayne. 
Hartman Conrad, Fort Wayne. 
Hartman George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hartman Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne." 
Hartman Jacob, Fort Wayne. 
Hartman John, Fort Wayne. 
Hartman Joseph, farmer! Root. 
Hartman William, Fort Wayne. 
Hartscl F., carpenter. Perry. 
Hartsel Paul, carpenter. Perry. 
Hartsell Peter, land owner, Harlan. 
Hartzell Elias, farmer. New Haven. 
Hartzell Joshua, farmer. New Haven. 
Hartzell Levi, flour mill. New Haven. 
Harvey John, lab. Areola. 
Harvey William, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Harwood Edward, land owner. Perry. 
Haslett William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Haslett Thomas, Jr., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Hassart Bernard, Fort Wayne. 
Hassenpfluke Daniel, land owner, Hall's Cor 

ners. 
Hasty John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Haswell Solomon, cooper, Perry. 
Hatch Janie.s, land owner, Ht^rlan. 
Hatch Lewis, farmer, Little River. 
Hatch N. v., land owner. Perry. 
Hatch T., farmer. Perry. 
Hatfield Amos, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Hatfield Benjamin, land owner, Fort Wayne. CQ 
Hatfield Jesse, farmer. New Haven. S. 

Hatleld John, land owner. New Haven. ^ 

Hathaway Edward B., farmer. Maples. 
Hathaway John, Jr., land owner, Perry. 
Hathaway Philip, land owner. Perry. 
Hathaway Stephen, land owner. Perry. 
Hauschen Frederick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Hausraan William, Fort Wayne. 
Havel Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Ha vert Theodore, farmer and land owner. 

Maples. 
Haverstock W. P., land owner, Zanesville. 

Hawk , land owner, Woodburn. 

Hawk D., farmer and land owner, Monroeville 
Hawkey John, farmer. Root. 
Hawkins George, land owner, Harlan. 
Hawkins Henry, farmer, Harlan. 
Hawn Augustus, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hayden David, cooper. Root. 
Harden Francis, land owner. Root. 
Hays D. B., land owner, Zanesville. 
Hays Isaac, farmer, Zamsvillo. 
Hays John, wks P. Ft W. & C. Ry., Monroe- 
ville. 
Hays Lewis, farmer, Zanesville. 
Hays Timothy, wks T. W. & W. Ry., New 
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Ilazzard Barnard, laiul owner, Fort W.ayne. 

Hazzard George, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Heath M., farmer, Mouroeville. 

Heath Milton, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Heatli Jolm, i'arnier, Monroe vi lie. 

Heaton Jesse, land owner, Root, 

Heaton Jesse, Jr., land owner. Root. 

Heher Michael, lanil owner, Fort Wayne. 

HeeUbour Jacob, land owner. Little River. 

Ueckbour Nicholas, land owner, Little River. 

Heckler Christopher, I'arruer, Little River. 

Heckler Thomas, land owner, Little River. 

HerFeltinger Isaac, Fort Wayne. 

Heffelfinger Jacob, land owner. Perry. 

Hetl'eliinger James, Perry. 

Heffelfinger Jeremiah, farmer. Perry. 

Heffelfinger Joseph, land owner, Perry. 

Heffeliinger Martin, land owner, Perry. 

Heffelfinger Tnomas, Fort Wayne. 

Hetfman Bradley, lab, Zanesville. 

Hegge John, Fort Wayne. 

Hegge William, Fort Wayne. 

Heibler Lewis, Fort Wayne. 

Heidenrich Joseph, P'ort Wayne. 

Heingartner John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Heiper George, farmer, Perry. 

Heldt JoJin M., barber, Bloomingdale, Fort 

Wayne. 
Helle Frederick, farmer. Little River. 
Heller Peter, grocer, Perry. 
Heller Simon P., miller. Perry. 
Heller T. S., grocer. Perry. 
Helleriuan H. H.. Fort Wayne. 
Helm Theodore, Fort Wayne. 
Helmke Edward, Fort Wayne. 
Hemming Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Hemming John, land owner, Perry. 
Hemphill James M., prop, stave factory, 

res Alleghany City, Pa., A. A. Baker, agt, 

Monroe ville. 
Hendershott John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Henderson Ebenezer, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Henderson George W., land owner, Leo. 
Henderson James, farmer, Harlan. 
Henderson John, land owner, Harlan. 
Hendry James, land owner, Little River. 
H'.'nline Michael, ]ai:d owner, Areola. 
Henrey George, land owner, Harlan. 
Henrey Hiram, larmer, Harlan. 
Henrey Jacob, laud owner, Harlan. 
Henning Adam, land owner. Perry. 
Henning Daniel, land owner, Perry. 
Henning George, farmer. Perry. 
Henry David, land owner, Little River. 
Henry Francis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Henry John, farmer. Little River. 
Henry Josiah, lab., Fort Wayne. 
Henry Peter, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Henry Philip, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Henry Robert, Fort Wayne. 
Henry W. H., farmer, Little River. 
Hensei Albert G., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Hensel William J., land owner, Foit Wayne. 
Hensinger Harrison, land owner, Perry. 
Hensinger John, saw mill. Perry. 
Herbert John, Sr., farmer, Leo. 
Hering Henry, farmer, Fort Wayne. 



Herkenrother Matthias, land owner, Fort 

Wayne. 
Herman Valentine, watchman P. Ft. W. & 

C. Ry., Fort Wayne. 
Heron David 0., land owner, Leo. 
Herr Peter D., land owner, Root. 
Herr Hiram, Fort Wayne. 
Herrick Aruna, land owner, Harlan. 
Herrick Daniel, land owner, Harlan. 
Herrick Horace, land owner, Harlan. 
Herrick William, land owner, Chamberlain. 
Herrington Llias, Fori Wayne. 
Herrod Ely, land owner, Perry. 
Herrod Levi, lab, Areola. 
Herscheiger Daniel, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Hess Jacob, blacksmith, Root. 
Hessenauer George, lab, Zanet-Ville. 
Hessenauer John, Fort Wayne. 
Hettinger Andrew, land owner, Spencerville. 

Dekalb Go. 
Hettinger Henry, farmer. Hall's Corners. 
Hetzier Daniel, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Heyl Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Hibler John, Fort Wayne. 
Hibler Louis, Fort Wayne. 
Hibrink Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Hichox Charles, ins agt. Fort Wayne. 
Hichox Wallace, ins agt. Fort Wayne. 
Hickman Daniel, Harlan. 
Hickman Samuel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hider Isaac, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Higgins Wales, land owner, Hall's Corners. 
High Frederick, lab, Leo. 
High Hiram, lab, Leo. 
Hilbert Isaac, land owner, Harlan. 
Hilderbrand E., land owner. Root. 
Hilderbrand William, land owner. Root. 
Hill Adam, land owner, Zanesville. 
Hill Daniel, Fort Wayne. 
Hill David, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Hill Kpiiriam, land owner, Zanesville. 
Hill Jacob, land owner, Zanesville. 
Hill John A., lab, Monroeville. 
Hill William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Hill John E., Jr., & Co., (J. E. Hill, Jr., and 

H. J. Rudisill,) proprs St. Joe Flour 

Mill, Washington Township, [office, 06 

Calhoun st.,] Fort Wayne. 
Hillegass J. D., land owner. Perry. 
Hillegass Jacob, faimer and land owner, 

Perry. 
Hillegass Jeremiah, land owner, Perry. 
Hilman Frederick, farmer, Maples. 
Hilton G. F. llev., physician, Monroeville. 
Hilton J. W., Monroeville. 
Hinder John G., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Hindman John, land owner. Perry. 
Hindman Joseph, land owner. Perry. 
Hines Philip, Antwerp P. 0., Paulding Co , 

Ohio. 
Hinc Frederick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hine Frederick, Jr., land owner, Fort Wayne 
Hiney Clemens, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Hiney Nicholas, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Hintchelman Andrew, farmer. Areola. 
Hinton Uriah, land owner. Perry. 
Hippenheimer George, land owner. Perry 
Hippenheinier John, land owner, Perry 



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Hippenheimer William, land owner, Perry. 

Hire Absalom, land owner. Areola. 

Hire Elias, farmer, Areola. 

Hire Elisha, farmer. Areola. 

Hire L., land owner, Arctila. 

Hiser A G., farmer, Roanoke, Huntington 

County. 
Hiser Christopher, land owner, Little River. 
Hiser Daniel, farmer, Roanoke, Huntington 

County. 
Hiser Frederick, farmer, Little River. 
Hiser George, Jr., farmer, Little River. 
Hiser George Sr., land owner, Little River. 
Hiser J. H., land owner, Roanoke, Huntington 

County. 
Hiser Jacob, farmer, Little River. 
Hiser William, lab, Roanoke, Huntington 

County. 
Hisner John, farmer. Maples. 
Hite Amos, Fort Wayne. 
Hite Henry, wks Fitch & Mapel, Maples. 
Hitsman Frederick, land owner, New Haven. 
Hitsman William, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hitzman Christian, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Hitzman Conrad, land owner, Fort Wayue. 
Hitzman Frederick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Hitzman Frederick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hobbs Caleb, farmer and land owner, Mon- 

roeville. 
Hobbs George H., land owner. Chamberlain. 
Hobbs George W., land owner, Chamberlain. 
Hobbs John, land owner, Monroeville. 
Hobbs John, Jr., land owner, Monroeville. 
Hobbs Reuben, farmer. Chamberlain. 
Hobbs Tiioinas, farmer, Monroeville. 
Hobbs William, farmer, Monroeville. 
Hobbs William, land owner, Chamberlain.^ 
Hobbs William, land owner, Monroeville. 
Hockamire Charles, landowner. Root. 
Hockamire Ernst, land owner. Root. 
Hockamire Frederick, land owner, Fort 

Wayne. 
Hockamire Frederick, farmer. Maples. 
Hockamire Henry, farmer. Maples. 
Hodoe Claude, Fort Wayne. 
Hofer John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
floff Anthony, Fort Wayne. 
Hoffman Jacob, wks J. Begue & Co., New 

Haven. 
Hoffmeister Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Hofner John, farmer, Areola. 
Hogan Samuel, Fort Wavne. 
Hogan Thomas, lab, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 

Wayne. 
Hoke George, Fort Wayne. 
Hoke J. A., farmer. Little River. 
Hoke Warren, land owner. Little River. 
Holeman Frank, land owner. Root. 
Holeman Henry, farmer, Root. 
Holeman William, land owner, Root. 
Holle Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Hollings Daniel, wks J. McKendry & Co., 

New Haven. 
Hollingsworth M., Fort Wayne. 
Hollopeter Jacob, saw and grist mill, Mays- 

Harlaii P. 0. 
Holman J. G. E., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Holman W. J., farmer. Fort Wayne. 



Holmes Alexander, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Holmes. B lyless. Fort Wayne. 

Holmes George, land owner. Root. 

Holmes Joshua, land owuer. Fort \Vaynj. 

Holmes Milton, farmer, Maples. 

Holmes William, land owner, Fort Wayn'j. 

Holmes William P., farmer, Mapltjs. 

Holstein John, land owner, Areola. 

Hnltepeter A. L , farmer, Leo. 

Holtepeter Abraham, land owner. Loo. 

Holtepcter Andrew, pastor M. E. Cliurch, 
Leo. 

Holtepeter Cyrus, land owner, Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Holtepeter Enoch, farmer, Leo. 

Holtepeter Isaiah, farmer, Leo. 

Holtepeter J. W., land owner, Leo. 

Holtepeter James F., farmer, Leo. 

Holtepeter John F., farmer, Leo. 

Holtepeter Mathias, farmer, Leo. 

Holtepeter Wesley, land owner, Leo. 

Holtepett^r William, land owner, Leo. 

Holzworth , land owner, Harlan. 

HOME LIFE INS. CO., of Brooklvn, N. Y., 

F. V. V. Shell, agt, Monroevil'le. 
Homeier Charles, Fort Wayne. 
Homeyer Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Honeck Conrad, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Hood Alfred, farmer, Perry. 
Hood Charles, wks J. McKendry & Co., 

New Haven. 
Hood Irwin, land owner. New Haven. 
Hood George C , lab, Harlan. 
Hood Henry G., land owner, Harlan. 
Hood James, land owner. Fort Wayne.. 
Hood John, Wagonmkr, Perry. 
Hood Joseph, land owner. Perry. 
Hood Samuel, shoemaker and land owner, 

Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Hooker George, farmer. Fort Way:ie. 
Hoover Elias, land owner, WoodOurn. 
Hoover James, farmer, Woodburn. 
Hoover John, land owner, Woodburn. 
Hoover John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hoover Milter, lab. Perry. 
Hoover William, wagonmkr, MavsviUe, Har- 
lan P. 0. 
Hopple Charles, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Hopple George, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Hops Robert W.. land owner. Fort Wayue. 
Horeman Henry, land owner. Root. 
Horigan Daniel, farmer. Little River. 
Horigan James, farmer. Little River. 
Horigan John, land owner. Little River. 
Horigan Michael, land owner. Little River. 
Hoerman George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Horn E. 0., farmer, Harlan. 
Horn Henrv.'land owner, Spencerville, Do 

Kalb Co. 
Horn John, land owner, Harlan. 
Horn Michael, land owner, Perry. 
Horn Patrick, land owner, Perry. 
Horstmuir Gottlieb, Fort Wayne. 
Hort Charles, blacksmith. Areola. 
Hosier John, farmer, Leo. 
Hosier Samuel, lab, Leo. 
Houfman Adam, lab, Fort Wayne, 
Hough John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 



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G> Houk Hiram, land owner, Spencerville, De- 
^ Kiilb Co. 

'w4^ Houk Philip, land owner, Monroeville. 
^ Housfk S. J., Fort Wayne. 
'S House John, land o^ner, Harlan. 

5 Houser Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Houser John A., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
^ Hoveler Peter, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

O Howard Arthur, farmer, Monroeville. 
j2 Howard James, blacksmith, Perry. 
"■^ Howard James, land owner, Zanesville. 

C^ Howard Jesse, farmer. Perry. 
Howe E., land owner, Harlan. 

^2 Howell William, land owner, Zanesville. 
f— J Howey Cowan, lab, Leo. 

^ Howey James, farmer, Leo. 
r^ Howey William, land owner, Leo. 

j^ Hubbard Nicholas, landowner. Root. 

S^Hubbs Elias, landowner, Woodburn. 

j^ Hubler Henry, land owner. Root. 
Hufferd Emanuel, farmer, Perry. 

P^HufSnger Conrad, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Huffman A., land owner. Root. 
'2 Huffman G., land owner, Root. 

O Huffman George, farmer. Maples. 

^ Huffman George, Jr., farmer. Hall's Corners. 

(jj Huffman George, Sen., land owner, Hall's 
nc3 Corners. 

^ Huffman Jacob, land owner, Root. 

" Huffman Nicholas, farmer. Maples. 

O Huffman Rudolph, farmer. Maples. 
•^ Hugenard August, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

O Hugenard Claude, Innd owner. Fort Wayne. 

*^ Hugenard Francis, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Q Hugenard Francis A., farmer. Fort Waynp. 

04 Hugenard John P., farmer and land owner, 



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^ Hugenard Nicholas, land owner, St. Vineent 

C3 and Port Wayne. 

^ Hugenard P., farmer and land owner, New 
5^ Haven. 

Hugenard Peter, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
^ Hugenard Victor, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

r-t Hugh Enoch, Leo. 

^ Huguenard Augustus, (Lee & Huguenard,) 
^ New Haven. 

^ Huit Elijah, farmer, Perry. 
.£3 Huit Oscar, land owner. Perry. 
_S? Hull Adam, land owner. Perry. 
^ ^Hull Adam, Jr., land owner. Perry. 

^Hull B. K., land owner, Perry. 

O Hull Peter, land owner. Perry. 
^ Humbert George, farmer. Perry. 

j_i Humbert John, land owner, Perry. 

c3 Humbert Juste E., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
^ Humphrey James, Fort Wayne. 

Hunkle John, AvksGothe & Co., New Haven. 

ie Hunkle John, lab, T. W. & W. Ry., New Ha- 
Xi ven. 

*^ Hunter J. F., wagonnnker. Perry. 

^ Hunter James L., laud owner. Fort Wayne. 

<-> Hunter Joseph, land owner. Perry. 

g Hunter William S., saw mill propr. Perry. 

Qj Hunter William T., land owner. Perry. 

g Huntertown Joseph, wagonmkr, Huntertown, 

(Q Perry P. 0. 

pCj Huntseiiie Henry, Fort Wayne. 
HurburtisNicholas, Fort Wayne. 



Hursh George W., land owner, Leo. 

Hursh Harrison, landowner, Leo. 

Hursh Jacob, laud owner, Perry. 

Hursh John C, (John Hursh & Sons,) Leo. 

Hursh William C, (John Hursh & Sons,) 

Leo. 
Hursh John & Sons, Leo. 
Hurst David, brickmaker. Fort Wayne. 
Hurzler Jdhn, land owner, Chaml)erlain. 
Hurzler William, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Hustcd L., land owner, Woodburn. 
Hustell John W., farmer. Perry. 
Hutchins Phineas, carpenter, Monroeville. 
Hutt'hinson William, land owner. Perry. 
Huth Charles C, land owner. New H.tven. 
Huth Ernest, shoemaker. New Haven. 
Hutker Bernard, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hutrich Christian, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Hutson Charles, farmer, New Haven. 
Hutson George, farmer, New Haven. 
Hutson James T., fanner and land owner,New 

Haven. 
Hutzel William, Fort Wayne. 
Huxford M. W., Fort Wayne. 
Hyatt William G., farmer. Perry. 
Hyde Emmett, wks Fitch & M^pel, Maples. 
Hyde Henry, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

THRIE Fort, wks J. Begue & Co., New Ha- 

L ven. 

Ihrie Thomas, wks J. Begue & Co., New Ha- 
ven. 

Ihrig Andrew J., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Iker Peter, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Iling Christian, farmer. Maples. 

Ingram Samuel L., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Ldain E., Hall's Corners. 

Ireland James, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Irey Ephriam, carpenter and farmer. Fort 
Wayne. 

Irving Alexander, land owner, New Haven. 

Irwin William, lab. Areola. 

Iry J. A., carpenter and land owner, Zanes- 
ville. 

Isable Charles, land owner. Perry. 

Isable Ranson, farmer, Perry. 

Isaby Louis, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

J ABAS Emanuel, Leo. 
Jackaway John B., farmer. Maples. 

Jackemeice Conrad, farmer, New Haven. 

Jackson Abraham, land owner, Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Jackson Adam, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Jackson Albert, farmer. Hall's Corners. 

Jackson Ira, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Jackson J. M. C. G., land owner, Zanesville. 

Jackson P. W., land owner, Perry. 

Jackson Thomas, land owner, Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Jacob C, Fort Wayne. 

Jacobs John H., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Jaimcy Francis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

James Joshua, (Jennes & James,) Maysville, 
Harlan P. 0. 

James William, lab. Fort Wayne. 

James William J., carpenter and land owner, 
Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 



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Jamison Jolin, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Jamison 0. E., land owner, Root. 

Janthur Jolin, farmer, Maples. 

Janzow Charles, lab, Fort Wayne. 

Janzow Frederick, lab, Fort Wa\-ne. 

Janzow Joliu, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Jaut Francis, land owner. Areola. 

Jeala John S., land owner, Fott Wayne. 

Jeffries Adam, land owner, Perry. 

Jeffries John, land own'er. Fort Wayne. 

Jenness Charles H., wagonmaker, Maysville, 
Harlan P. 0. 

Jenness James H., (Jennes & James,) Mays- 
ville, Harlan P. 0. 

Jenness Samuel, engineer sawmill, Harlan. 

Jenness & James,(James H. Jennes and Joshua 
James,) saw and grist mill, Maysville, 
Harlan P. 0. 

Jennings David, farmer. Perry.. 

Jobs William, land owner, Roanoke. 

Jobst Charles, Fort Wayne. 

Johneniorgan Gabriel, land owner, Areola. 

Johns Anthony, farmer, Leo. 

Johns Peter, farmer, Leo. 

Johnson A., farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Johnson David, farmer. New Haven. 

Johnson David, land owner, Monroeville. 

Johnson F. A., land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Johnson F. M., farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Johnson George, farmer. Perry. 

Johnson Harvey, land owner. Little River. 

Johnson J. A., farmer, Monroeville. 

Johnson Jacob, Fort Wayne. 

Johnson James, land owner, Woodburn, 

Johnson John J., land owner. Perry. 

Jonnson Joseph, farmei-. New Haven. 

Johnson Joseph, land owner, Woodburn, 

Johnson Orval, fnrnier, Perry. 

Johnson Thomas, lab, Woodburn. 

Johnson Uriah, blksmith. Perry. 

Johnson William, land owner. Perry. 

Johnson William, land owner, Woodburn. 

Johnson William, Jr., land owner. Wood- 
burn. 

Johnson William M., butcher, Maysville, 
Harlan P. 0. 

Johnson William R., farmer. New Haven. 

Johnston A., land owner, Zanesville. 

Johnston David, farmer. Perry. 

Johnston John R., land owner. Perry. 

Johnston Joseph, land owner. Perry. 

Johnston Perry, farmer. Perry. 

Johnston Wesley, land owner, Perry 

Jokers M., farmer. Perry. 

Jolley Charles, watchman P. Ft W. & C. Ry., 
Maples. 

Jolley Charles, farmer and land owner. 
Maples. 

Jolley Frank, land owner. Perry. 

Jones Benjamin, land owner. Areola. 

Jones C. A., Fort Wayne. 

Jones D. W., Fort Wayne. 

Jones Eb, farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Jones Isaac, Leo. 

Jones Jackson, farmer, Woodburn. 



Jones James, land owner. Perry. 

Jores James, land owner, Spencerville, 

Kalb Co. 
Jones John J., land owner. Areola. 
Jones Mathias W., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Jones Paul, farmer, Arc(da. 
Jones Samuel, farmer, Monroeville. 
Jones Samuel, lab, Woodburn. 
Jones Silas C, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Jones Simon P., land owner. Perry. 
Jones Thomas, Fort Wayne. 
Jones Thomas, farmer and land owner 

roeville. 
Jones William C, (Rev.,) Baptist, Fort 

Wayne. 
Jonnell Francis L., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Jordan Samuel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Jorden Blase, P'ort Wayne.. 
Jorden George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Joseph Jonathan, farmer, Maples. 
Josse John M., physician. Fort Wayne. 
Julien Victor, land owner, Areola. 
Jump Levi, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Jump Lorenzo, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Jump Warren, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Justus L. S., land owner. Little River. 



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Kaihel Richard, Fort Wayne. 
Kainmeir Henry, landowner. Fort Wayne. 
Kairger Andrew, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Kairger Peter, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Kairger Samuel, land ownei. Fort Wayne. 
Kairger Samuel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Kaliiiger Jacob, farmer. Root. 
Kalinger Peter, land owner, Root. 
Kamp Barney, farmer. Fort Wavne. 
Kanaley John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort ^i. 

Wayne. 
Kane Cyrus, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Kane Patrick, lab. Areola. 
Kanning Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Kaough Nicholas, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Kaough William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Kardison Adam, farmer. Perry. 
Kasser Nicholas, Fort Wayne. 
Kaylor Jacob, farmer. New Haven. 
Kaylor John, farmer. New Haven. 
Kavlor Peter, land owner, Chamberlain. 
Kearns Frederick, farmer, Harlan. 
Kearns Luther, carpenter and laud owner, 

Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Keasler Peter, farmer. Chamberlain. 
Keck John, farmer. Perry. 
Keefer John, landowner, Harlan. 
Keefer Nicholas, Fort Wayne. 
Keefer Samuel, butcher, Mavsville, Harlan 

P. 0. 
Keeffe Dennis, farmer. New Haven. 
Keeffe Edward, farmer. New Haven. 
Kees Henry, land owner, Harlan. 
Keese James, lab, Harlan. 
Keese William, land owner, Harlan. 
Kcesler Alfred, farmer. Hall's Corners. 
Keesler John, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Keessler Martin J., farmer. Hall's Corners. 
Keever David, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Keever Joseph, collarmkr, Fort Wayne. 



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O Keever Samuel, lab, Fort Wayne. 

,a Keiner Amos, farmer, Hall's Corners. 
CQ Keiser Isaac, Fort Wayne. 
11^ Keith Daniel, wks J. Begue & Co., New Ha- 
(S ■^en. 

ctJ Keith Jackson, fanner, Peiry. 
SQ Keleber Sebastian, land owner, Root. 
Q Kell George, land owner, Perry. 
O Kell Jacob, land owner, Perry. 
PQ Kell Solomon, farmer, Perry. 
^ Keller Frederick, land owner. Little River, 
••— I Keller Henry, land owner. Areola. 
f , Keller Henry, land ownt-r. Little River. 
O Keller George, farmer. Little River. 
"^ Keller John, land owner, Little River. 
O Keller Samuel, fiirmer, Little River. 
"^ Keller Tharus, farmer. Little River. 
^ Kelley Michael, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
C3 Kelley Michael, foreman repairs P. Ft. W. & 
<S C. Ry., Fort Wayne. 

j>, Kelley Patrick, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 
Wayne. 

Kellinger Henry, land owner, New Haven. 

Kellinger J. IL, cooper. New Haven. 

Kellinger Philip, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Kelly Abrara, farmer, Chamberlain. 

Kelly George, Fort Wayne. 

Kelly John, farmer. Maples. 

Kelly Michael, Leo. 

Kelly Thomas, Fort Wayne. 

Kelly Thomas, land owner, Little River. 

Kelly Timothy, Fort Wayne. 

Kelsey Aaron, land owner, Zanesville. 

Kelsey Benjamin D., land owner. Fort Wayne 

Kelsey David H., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Kelsey D. H., land owner, Zanesville. 
O Kelsey H. N., land owner, Roanoke. 
^ Kelsey H. S., farmer, Roanoke. 

.. Kelsey J. C, land owner, Zanesville. 
O Kelsey J. M., land owner, Zanesville. 
w Kelsey James, land owner, Zanesville. 
ggj Kelsey John, land owner, Zanesville. 

Kelsey Jonathan, land owner, Zanesville. 
^ Kelsey Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
rf^ Kelsey L. G., land owner, Zanesville. 
C^ Kelter Peter, farmer. Areola. 
^ Kemble Conrad, Fort Wajne. 
"3 Kemp Edgar, (Kemp & Winch,) Hamilton, 

_Kemp Martin W., farmer and well digger, 

^^ Monroeville. 

Q^ Kemp William, Fort Wayne. 
^ Kemp & Winch, (Edgar Kemp and Calvin W. 

Jh Winch,) general store, Hamilton, Leo 

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^ Kempfler Owen, Fort Wayne. 

4j Kender Michael, blacksmith. Little River. 

rt Kender Nicholas, farmer, Little River. 
-j^ Kcndle Jacob, Fort Wayne, 

Kendrick W., carpenter, Monroeville. 

05 Kendricks Isaac, wks J. McKendry & Co., 
,£J New Haven. 

g Kenr ark E Iward Jr., farmer. Little River. 

O Kennarii Edward Seur., land owner. Little 

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05 Kennark John, land owner. Little River. 
PQ Kennark William, farmer. Root. 

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Kennedy Michael, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Kenninger John, Fort Wayne. 

Kennon William N., farmer, Monroeville. 

Kenrich Isaac, Jab, New Haven. 

Kenrod Joseph, land owner, Leo. 

Kent Elijah, farmer, Spenc'-rville, DeKalb Co. 

Kentner Sirnon A., land owner, Harlan. 

Kei'.zie S.unuel, land owner, Harlan. 

Keopf Jacob, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Keplinger Abraham, land owner, Zanesville. 

Kepple Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Kerkhoff Christian, land owner. Little River. 

Kern Casper, land owncF, Fovt Wayne. 

Kern Mieliael, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Kerns .James, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Kerns James, hind owner, Fort Wayne. 

Kerns Jeremiah, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fori 
Wayne. 

Kerns Samuel, Areola. 

Kerr Hiram, farmer. Root. 

Kerr Hugh, land owner, Root. 

Kerr Peter, land owner. Root. 

Kerr Peter Jr., farmer. Root. 

Kertis Oscar, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Kertz Frederick, land owner. New Haven. 

Keshler Peter, land owner, Little River. 

Ketchum A. J., shoemkr. Perry. 

Kile Jacob, farmer, Fort Wayne. ♦ 

Killen DanieJ, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Killion Israel, land owner, Harlan. 

Killion John, land owner, Harlan. 

Killion Joseph, land owner, Harlan. 

Killion Simon, land owner, Harlan. 

Kilpatrick Oscar D., farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Kimball Wilberham, toll gate keeper. Fort 
Wayne. 

Kimmell D. T., land owner. Little River. 

Kimmell Jacob Jr., farmer, Little River. 

Kimmell Jacob Seur., land owner. Little 
River. 

Kimmell John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Kindrich John, farmer, Monroville. 

King Asa, Fort Wayne. 

King Diamond, land owner. Little River. 

King Edward, lawyer. Areola. 

King Felix, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Kiirg Freeman, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

King Henry, baker. New Haven. 

King Henry, speculator. Perry. 

Kinu Valentine, land owner. Little River. 

Kintz Alexander, Fort Wayne 

Kintz Ambrose, Fort Wayne. 

Kintz Amhurst, Fort Wayne. 

Kintz Valentine, Fort Wayne. 

Kinzey Christian, gunsmith, Perr}-. 

Kinzey Gideon, Itnd owner. Perry. 

Kirkhoff Dedrick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Kisar .John G., farmer. Maples. 

Kiser Conrad, saw and flour mill, Root. 

Kiser Dedrick, land ownc. Root. 

Kiser Henry, land owner. Root. 

Kistler M. J., land owner. Perry. 

Kline Charles, Fort Wayne. 

Kline Frank, farmer. Maples. 

Kline Frederick, farmer, Majtles. 

Kline Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne. 



Kline Israel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

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Kline James, farmer. Maples. . 
K. line John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
K linesorg Herman, Fort Wayne. 
Xliiigenberger C, land owner, Root. 
Klinger Isaac, Fort Wayne. 
Klinger Isaac, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Klinger Jacob, Fort Wayne. 
Klinger Madison S., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Klinkee Frederick, farmer and land owner, 

Maples. 
Klinkee William, farmer and land owner, 

Maples. 
Kloge Lewis, Fort Wayne. 
Klopenstine Christian, farmer, Leo. 
Klopenstine John, land owner, Leo. 
Klopenstine Micliael, land owner, Leo. 
Klotz David, land owner, Ferry. 
Klugh Martin, land owrier, Root. 
Knapp David, land owner, Zanesville. 
Knapp Ricliard, farmer, Perry. 
Knecht Frank, Fort Wayne. 
Kniglit Conrad, land owner, Zanesville. 
Knight Louis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Knisely Daniel, land owner, Hall's Corners. 
Knisely Joseph, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Kniss Andrew, hind owner, Perry. 
Kniss James H., land owner, Perry. 
Kniss Peter, lab. Perry. 
Kniss S^imuel, land owner. Perry. 
Knouse Daniel, land owner, Monroeville. 
Knouse John, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Knowles George, Fort Wayne. 
Knowlton G. H., land owtier, Roanoke. 
Knyot Michael, wks J. McKendry & Co., New 

Haven. 
Koelinger John, cooper J. McKendry & Co., 

New Haven. 
Koenig Frederick, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Kocs Frank, Fort Wayne. 
Kohlenberg Conrad, i'armer. New Haven. 
Kohlman Conind. Fort Wayne. 
Kohiniartin '\VMiiam, land owner, Fort 

Wayne. 
Kohlmeyer Cliiistian, Jr., farmer, Fort 

Wayne. 
Kohlmeyer Christian, Sen., land owner, Fort 

Wayne. 
Kohlmyer Anthony, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Kollenieier Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Kollemeicr Lewis, Fort Wayne. 
Kolkniire Henry, farmer. Root. 
Konrad Jacob, Jr., land owner, Leo. 
Koogler Anthony, farmer, Perry. 
Koons George, land owm r. Little River. 
Koons Michael, sawyer. Little River. 
Koontz Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Koontz John, Fort Wayne. 
Koontz Philip, Fort Wayne. 
Kramer Christian, land owner. Fort Wavne. 
Ki-amer Frederick, land owner, F(.it 'i\':i;>nc. 
Kramer G(jttleib, Fort Wayne. 
Kramer Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Kramer Peter, land owner. Fort ^\'ayne. 
Kramer Solomon, hind ownei'. Little River. 
Kramer William, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Kranir J. H., land owner, Zanesville. 
Krebbs Daniel D., land owner Leo. 
Kress J. N., farmer, Roanoke. 



Kress Martin, farmer, Zanesville. 
Kress Walter, land owner, Zarresville. 
Kretzinger John, Fort Wayne. 
Krick E , farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 
Krider Harrison, land owner Leo. 
Krider John, land owner, Leo. 
Kricg Nicholas, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Kridler Ciiristian, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Kridltr I]rnanuel, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Kridler Jonn, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Krise Isaac M., farmer. Perry. 
Kronemeier John, Fort Wayne. 
Kronemiller George, hind owner. Areola. 
Kronemillcr Leonard, Fort Wayne. 
Kronkhite EHmnan, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Kronkhito John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Kiugler Nicholas, farmer. Perry. 
Kruikebug August, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Krumblebein Adam, Fort Wayne. 
Krumey Anthony, Jr., land owrrer, Zanesville. 
Krumey Anthony, farmer, Zanesville. 
Kukkuck Louis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Kunkle Christian, farmer, Peri-y. 
Kunkle Washington, farmer, Perry. 
Knntz Adam, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Kuntz Andrew, farmer. New Haven. 
Kuntz Peter, tanner, Fort Wayne. 
Kurte Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Kyle William, land owner, Zanesville. 

T ACROISE Lewis, land owner, Perry. 

i jLacroise S., farmer*. Perry. 

Ladig Jacob, farmer. New Haven. 

Ladig Peter, farmer, New Haven. 

Ladrig Nicholas, farmer. New Haven. 

Lafayette Josepli, Fort Wayne. 

Laidlaw Walter, slate roofer. Fort Wayne. 

Laisure William, farmer. Maples. 

Lake Curtis, land owner, Harlan. 

Lake Eli, saw mill, Cuba. Harlan P. 0. 

Lake George P., land owner, Harlan. 

Lake James, lab, New Haven. 

Lake Nelson, land owner, Spencerville, De- 
kalb Co. 

Lake William, landowner. Areola. 

Lallot August, carpenter and coffinmkr. New 
Haven. 

Lallot Joseph, wks J. McKendry k Co., New 
Haven. 

Lallow Joseph, farmer. New Haven. 

Lfillow Louis, carpenter. New Haven. 

Lamb David, Fort Wayne. 

Lamb George, Fort Wayne. " 

Lambliiin Victor, fai-mer, Areola. 

Lamley Charles, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Lampman David, Fort Wayne. 

Landen Jacob, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Landen Michael, Si-., land owner. Fort 
Wayne. 

Landen William, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Landeis Henry, land owner. Root. 

Landes John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Landis George, Fort Wayne. 

Landis John" Fort Wayne. 

Landies Ernst, land owner, Root. 

Landsmann Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Landstaflt'er George, land owner, Little River. 



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Lang Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Lang Rudolph, Fort Wayne. 

Lange B(Mnard, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Lange John H., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Langley John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Langson Richard, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Laning George, lab, Monroeville. 

Lansdale William, land owner, Perry. 

Lantenier August, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Lantenier Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Lanz Christian, farmer, Chamberlain. 

Lapp Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Lapp Valentine, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Large Charles, blacksmith and land owner. 
Fort Wayne. 

Larrimore Thomas, land owner and Justice 
of the Peace, Lake Township, Areola. 

Larrimore William, land owner, Areola. 

Lash L'aac, saw mill, Maples. 

Lattersete James, land owner, Perry. 

Lauer Conrad, Fort Wayne. 
Lauer Gerhard, Fort Wayne. 

Lauer Peter, Fort Wayne. 

Laughlin James, farmer and land owner, 
Monroeville. 

Laughlin William, wks Baker & Bro., Mon- 
roeville. 

Laughner Conrad, land owner, Leo. 

Laughrey Isaiah, farmer. Little River. 

Lausen Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Lavanaway Frank, Fort Wayne. 

Laverly Michael, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Lawrence David, land owner, Roanoke. 

Lawrence G. B., land owner, Roanoke. 

Lawrence Jacob, land owner, Roanoke. 

Lawrence John, land owner, Roanoke. 

Lawrence Milo, land owner, Roanoke. 

Lawton Chancoy, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Lawton Daniel, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Layman John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Layman William, land owner, Roanoke. 

Leachty John, farmer, Leo. 

Leach ty Nicholas, farmer, Leo. 

Leard David M., school teacher, Fort Wayne. 

Leard Francis, Fort Wayne. 

Leard Max, Fort Wayne. 

Leard Robert M., land owner and Justice of 
the Peace, Fort Wayne. 

Leard Samuel F., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Learman George, land owner, Root. 

Learman J. G., carpenter, Monroeville. 

Leaty Jacob, land owner, Leo. 

LeClerc Peter, land owner, Woodburn. 

Ledicke Christian, land owner, Litchfield. 

Lee Edward, (Lee & Huguenard,) New 
Haven. 

Lee George H., land owner, Leo. 

Loe Philip, land owner, Leo. 

Lee & Huguenard, (Edward Lee and Augus- 
tus Huguenard,) blacksmiths, New 
Haven. 

Lefiler Isaac, Fort Wayne. 

Lchrmau Jacob, land owner. Little River. 

Lehne B. F., land owner. Root. 

Leidolph Frederick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Leidolph Frederick, Jr., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Leidolph Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Leithe Joseph, Fort Wayne. 



Lemler G., land otvner, Litchfield. 

Lemon John C, cooper. Little River. 

Lenhart John, land owner, Decatur. 

Lenhart Joseph, elk, Decatur. 

Lenior Francis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Lenker Henry, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Lenker John, Fort Wayne. 

Lentz Jacob, land owner. Root. 

Lennington Abraham, land owner, Zanes- 
ville. 

Leoffler Michael, land owner. Little River. 

Lepper Charles, land owner. Root. 

Lepper Charles, Jr., land owner. Root. 

Lepper George, land owner. Root. 

Lepper George, Jr., land owner. Root. 

Lepper Henry, farmer. New Haven. 

Lepper Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Lepper John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Leppei- John L., wagonmkr, Hamilton, Leo 
P. 0. 

Lepper Louis, land owner. New Haven. 

Lepper William, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Leran Samuel, land owner, Zanesville. 

Lerringer John, lab, Leo. 

Levanway Luke, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Lewey Christian, Fort Wayne. 

Lewis Harvey W., painter, Cuba, Harlan 
P. 0. 

Lewis Henry, farmer. New Haven. 

Lewis Ira, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Lewis Jesse, land owner, Monroeville. 

LSwis William, engineer Gothe & Co., New 
Haven. 

Lewis William P., land owner, Monroeville. 

Lien John, Fort Wayne. 

Ligett John, land owner, Zanesville. 

Ligett S. T., farmer, Zanesville. 

Lillie Samuel, Fort Wayne. 

Lillie Siunuel, Jr., Fort Wayne. 

Lind James, Dixon. 

Lindemuth Michael, land owner, Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Linden George, land owner, Woodburn. 

Linden George W., land owner. New Haven. 

Lindsey John, landowner. Perry. 

Lindsey W. C, farmer. Perry. 

Lindsey William H., land owner, Perry. 

Linenger Edward, lab, Leo. 

Lingefelt William, land owner, Leo. 

Lingle Daniel, farmer. Little River. 

Linimann F., shoemkr, New Haven, 

Lininger Peter S., farmer. Chamberlain. 

Link Adam, Fort Wayne. 

Linker John, farmer, Monroeville. 

Linscott Asa, land owner. Little RiTer. 

Linton Jacob, Fort Wayne. 

Lipes Andrew, land owner. Root. 

Lipes D. D., land owner, Root. 

Lipes D. H., land owner. Root. 

Lipes David H., farmer, Perry. 

Lipes John W., land owner. Root. 

Lips Elijah, Leo. 

Lirdemarn Daniel, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Lirhtenwalter Solomon M., wagonmkr. Root. 

Litchfield D. B., land owner, Litchfield. 

Litchfield James, farmer, Litchfield. 

Li tot George A., miller, Fort Wayne. 

Little George G., land owner. Fort Wayne 



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Little James, farmer, Zanesville. 

Little Samuel, carpenter, Maples. 

Livingston Keal, cooper J. Begue & Co., New 
Haven. 

Lochner Conrad Jr., land owner, Leo. 

Logan J. S., farmer, Little River. 

Logan L., speculator. Areola. 

Logan Samuel, land owner, Zanesville. 

Lohman Michael, Fort Wayne. 

Lohmeier Frederick, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Lomas Charles, Foit Wayne. 

Lomber John, Monroeville. 

Lomberley Eugene, farmer. Maples. 

Lomiller John, farmer, Monroeville. 

Lomont C. F., farmer, New Haven. 

Lomont Frank, farmer. New Haven. 

Lomont S., farmer. New Haven. 

Long Andrew, farmer, Monroeville. 

Long George, Fort Wayne. 

Long Henry F., farmer, Perry. 

Long John, land owner, Root. 

Long Peter, (Long & Bro.,) land owner, Fort 
Wayne. 

Long Polston, wks Ralza & Robertson, Mon- 
roeville. 

Long Urias, (Long & Bro.,) land owner, Fort 
Wayne. 

Long William, land owner, Root. 

Long William F., Fort Wayne. 

Long & Bro., (Peter and Urias,) gunsmiths, 
Aboite Township, Fort Wayne P. 0. 

Longacer Christian, land owner, Leo. 

Longacer Jacob, farmer, Leo. 

Longacer John, land owner, Leo. 

Longacer John Jr., land owner, Leo. 

Longacer Peter, farmor, Leo. 

Longacer Samuel, farmer, Leo. 

Longardner Joseph, farmer. Maples. 

Longer William Jr., farmer. Perry. 

Longer William Senr., land owner, Perry. 

Longhast John, Fort Wayne. 

Longood Albert, farmer. Maples. 

Longood Joseph, farmer. Maples. 

Longuer John W., Fort Wayne. 

Looby Patrick, land owner. Areola. 

Lopshire George, land owner, Zanesville. 

Lopshire Henry, land owner. Root. 

Lopshire John, Fort Wayne. 

Lopshire John, land owner, Root. 

Lopshire Lewis, wagonmkr, Root. 

Lopshire William, Fort AVayne. 

Lopshire William, land owner, Roanoke. 

Lora Frederick, land owner, Areola. 

Loraine Nicholas, farmer, Maples. 

Loraine Nicholas, Jr., farmer, Maples. 

Lose Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Lothammer Anthony, farmer, Monroeville. 

Lothammer Joseph, farmer, Monroeville. 

Louchner John, land owner, Leo. 

Louthen George W., lab. New Haven, 

Loveail James, land owner, Harlan. 

Loveall Samuel, land owner, New Haven. 

Loveland H. W., land owner. New Haven. 

Lovett William 0., wks saw mill, Harlan. 

Lower George, farmer, Little River. 

Lower Gustave, farmer. Little River. 

Lower Martin, land owner, Little River. 

Lowrey Abram, carpenter. New Haven 



Lowthan George W., wks J. McKendry & Co., 

New Haven. 
Lowyer Frank, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 
Lower Stephen, farmer and laud owner, 

Monri.>eviIl8. 
Luce Edwin, saloon, Maysvillc, Harlan P. 0. 
Luce George W., livery stable, Maysville, 

Harlan P. 0. 
Luce William, land owner, Harlan. 
Luce William F., painter, Monroeville. 
Lucky James, laud owner, Areola. 
Lucy Jeremiah, hnid owner, New Haven. 
Ludwick Charles W., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Ludwick William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Ludwig Benjamin, Fort Wayne. 
Lugbull John, land owner, Leo. 
Luhman John F., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Lulunan William, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Luly Jolin, Fort Wayne. 
Lumboley John, clerk stave factory, New 

Haven. 
Lunblaw Rudolph, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., 

Fort Wayne. 
Luntz John George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Lnpkin Christian, farmer. New Haven. 
Lupkin Laborious, farmer, New Haven. 
Lupkin Rudolph, mason. New Haven. 
Luther Israel Rev., Baptist, Fort Wayne. 
Lutheran Church, Monroeville, Rev. E. W. 

Eiiek, pastor. 
Lutz Abraham, blacksmith and land owner, 

Little River. 
Lutz Frank, hmd owner, Fort Wayne. 
Lutz Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Lutz John, farmer, Little River. 
Lutz Samuel, land owner, Root 
Lvnch Jeremiah, farmer, Fort Wavne. 
Lynch Jerry, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 

Wayne. 
Lynch Thomas, lab, Leo. 
Lyon Austin, lab, Monroeville. 
Lyons Davis, land owner, Leo. 
Lyons John, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Lyons Joseph, farmer, Monroeville. 
Lyons Thomas, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

McANCE DAVID, sawyer, Zanesville. 
McBratney Hugh, lab. Fort Wayne. 
McBride Christian, farmer, Perry. 
McBride James, Jr., farmer. Perry. 
McBride James, Sr., farmer, Perry. 
McBride John, farmer. Perry. 
McBride William G., farmer. Perry. 
McCamprey Ansel, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
McCarthy Samuel A., land owner, Perry. 
McCartney James, land owner, Leo. 
McCartney William, land owner, Leo. 
McCarty Daniel, farmer, New Haven. 
McCartv John, land owner, Perry. 
McOlaive James, school teacher, Zanesville. 
McClaive John, farmer, Zanesville. 
McClellan Thomas, wks stave factory, Mon- 
roeville. 
McClure William, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
McColgan John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
McCuUough Hugh, Fort Wayne. 
McCombs James, landowner, Kerry. 



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McConaughy David, farmer. Maples. 

McConaugliy David, Jr., farmer, Meples. 

McConaughy Jonas, farmer, Maples. 

McConaughy William J., farmer. Maples. 

McCormi'.ck E. 0., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

McComic William M., laud owner and stock 
dealer, Perry. 

McCormick Charles, farmer and stock dealer, 
Fort Wayne. 

McCormick Pat, farmer. Maples. 

McCormick Tliomas, farmer and constable, 
Maples. 

McCory James, Monroeville. 

McCoy F. W., land owner, Fort Wayne 

McCoy George W., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

McCoy J. IJ., land owner, Zanesville. 

McCracken Gc rge, farmer, Maples. 

McCrone John, land owner. Fort Wayne 

McCrory David, land owner, Leo. 

McCrorj George, farmer. Leo. 

McCrory James, farmer, Leo. 

McCrory James J., land owner, Leo. 

McCrory James, Jr., farmer, Leo. 

McCroty John, land owner, Leo. 

McCrory Samuel, farmer, Leo. 

McCi'ory William, land owner, Leo. 

McCullough Charles, Fort Wayne. 

McCuIlough Frederick H., Fort Wayne, 

McCullough Josiah, farmer and land owner. 
New Haven. 

McCurdy Alexander, farmer. Perry. 

McCurdy Andrew, land owner. Perry. 

McCurdy Samuel, land owner, Perry. 

McCurdy William, farmer, Perry. 

McDonald A. J., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

McDonald Alexander, wks Ralya & Robertson 
Monroeville. 

McDonald David, land owner, Little River. 

McDonald E. H., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

McDonald Edgar, wks J. McKendry & Co., 
New Haven. 

McDonald James, wks Edgerton & Co., Wood- 
burn. 

McDonald J. G., engineer stave factory, Mon- 
roeville. 

McDonald John, lab, Woodburn. 

McDonald John, wks Ralya & Robertson, 
Monroeuille. 

McDonald Matthew, Fort Wayne. 

McDonald W. H.,land owner. Fort Wayne 

McDonnell David, land owner. Areola. 

McDougall John, New Haven. 

McDougall Robert, school teacher, New Ha- 
ven. 

McDougall Theodore,- farmer, New Haven. 

McDowell Alex, land owner, Little River. 

McDowell James, farmer, Maples. 

McDuffey James, physician and land owner, 
Perry. 

McElfatrick J. H., carpenter, Monroeville. 

McEwen Henry, land owner, Leo. 

McFarland Bowen B., land owner. Maples. 

McGiniiis Darius, farmer, Roanoke. 

McGinnis Francis M., farmer, Roanoke. 

McGinnis John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

McGoogan William, landowner, Zanesville. 

McGovern S., farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 



McGrady William, lab, Woodburn. 
McHenry Joseph D., 'physician, Maples. 
Mcintosh B. J., land owner, Monroeville. 
McLitosh John, Monroeville. 
Mcintosh John, farmer, Monroeville. 
Mcintosh Thomas, frrmer, Monroeville. 
Mcintosh William, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Mclntyre Marcus, wks Fitch & Mapel, Ma-_ 

pies. ■ 

NcKee Jacob, Harlan. ^ 

McKee Robert, section boss T. W. k W. Ry., 

New Haven. 
McKee William, land owner. Perry. 
McKendry John, (J. McKendry & Co ,) New 

Haven. 
McKENDRY J. & CO , (John McKendry, 

Bernard Schnelker,) mnfrs cut staves, 

circled headings, barrels, flat hoops, etc., 

New Haven. 
McKinley Alexander, land owner, Fort Wayne 
McKinley John, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
McKinley Peter, Fort Wayne. 
McKinney John, farmer. Perry. 
McKinsey Hellery, farmer, Leo. 
McKissick James, laud owner. Little River. 
McKinzie Francis, farmer, Harlan. 
McKinzie Stephen, farmer, Harlan. 
McKyle Henry, Fort Wayne. 
McLain Benson, Fort Wayne. 
McLain Byron W., teacher. Root. 
McLain David, land owner. Root. 
McLain George H,, Fort Wayne. 
McLain Nelson, land owner. Root. 
McLaren Henry, Fort Wayne. 
McLaughlin James, wks J. McKendry & Co., 

Nevr Haven. 
McLaughlin Neil, Fort Wayne. 
McMahon John, Fort Wavne. 
McMahongRobert Fort Wayne. 
McMaken Henry, farmer^ Fort Wayne. 
McMillinA. P., Chamberlain. 
McMillen James, Fort Wayne. 
McMillen John, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 
McMillen John, Fort Wayne 
McMillen William, farmer and land owner, 

Monroeville. 
McNabb James 0., teacher, Leo. 
McNabb Robert, plasterer, Leo. 
McNabb William, land owner, Leo. 
McNaier William, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
McNelly James, Jr., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
McNelly James, Sr., 1 ind owner, Fort Wayne. 
McQuiston David, land owner. Perry. 
MoQuiston David, Jr., farmer. Perry. 
McQuiston John, land owner and trustee. 

Fort Wayne. 
McQuiston Wilson, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
McRedmond Michael, farmer. Little River. 
McTeaman David, firmer, Maples. 
McVamel Samuel, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
McVay Owen, farmer, Harlan. 
McWhinten George, farmer. Maples. 
McWhinten Hugh, farmer. Maples. 



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Mackafee Hiram, lab. Fort Wayne. 
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Madden John, lab, Foit Wayne. 

Uadden Thomas, laud owner. Perry. 

Madden Wiliam, tanner, Perry. 

Madigau Patrick, I'oit Wayne. 

Maeyer Heniy, cabiaetmiir and undertaker, 

Moiiroeville. 
Magner Azauah, farmer and landowner, Mou- 

roeville. 
Magner Isaiah, farmer and land owner, Mon- 

roeville. 
Magner Thomas, farmer and laud owner, 

Monroeville. 
Mabon Jackson, land owner, Areola. 
Mahon Martin, Fort Wayne. 
Mahou ]*erry, farmer. Areola. 
Mahoney David, Fort Wayne, 
Mahuney James, land owner. New Haven. 
Main Columbus, land owner, New Haven. 
Main Ezekiel, land owner. New Haven. 
Main William, land owner, New Haven. 
Maire Peter, farmer and land owner, New 

Haven. 
Major Lawrence, laud owner, Leo. 
Makens Joseph, farmer, Zanesville. 
Malcuit Victor, farmer. New Haven. 
Malone Ezra, gunsmith, Root. 
Manabau Daniel, land owner. New Haven. 
Mangon Anthony, Monroeville. 
Manier Joseph, land ovrner. Areola, 
Manning Andrew, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Manning Elias, land owner, Leo. 
Manning William, farmer, Leo. 
Mapel George, wks Fitch Al Mapel, Maples. 
Mapel Lewis S., (Fitcli & Mapel, also, Bird, 

Bowser & Mapel,) Mapel. 
Mapes Benjamin, Areola. 
Mapes James, farmer. Areola. 
Mapes Reuben S., land owner, Areola. 
Maragen John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Marcuit Victor, land owner. Fort Wayne, 
Mariotte J. G., merchant, Monroeville. 
Markle Charles, shoemkr and land owner, 

Maysville, Harlan P. 0. 
Markle Ephraim, farmer, Harlan. 
Markle Jacob, farmer. Areola. 
Marks Charles, farmer. Areola. 

Marquart Adam, land owner, Monroeville. 

Marquart George, land owner, Monroeville. 

Marquart Isaac, land owner, Monroeville. 

Marquart Jacob, land owner, Monroeville. 

Marquart Jonathan, land owner, Monroeville. 

Marquart Marcus L., land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Marquart Philip, land owner, Monroeville. 

Marquoid Alfred, land owner, I,Iar)an. 

Marriance Nicholas, tarmer, New Haven. 

Marrilet August, farmer. Maples. 

Marshall Elisha, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Marshall John, fahner. Fort Wayne. 

Marshall John, macliinist and land owner, 
Fort Wayne. 

Marshall Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Marshall Joseph, farmer, Perry. 

Marslialt Peter, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Marshall William, cooper, Fort Wayne. 

Martin Anthony, lab P. Ft. W. & G. Ry.,Fort 



Martin Augustus, land owner, Perrv 
Martin D., larmer and laud owner, Monroe- 
ville. 
Martin Delphos, farmer. Perry. 
Martin Frank, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Martirr Jacob, farmer, New Haven. 
Martin John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Martin John, land owner. New Haven. 
Martin John J., fanner, Monroeville. 
Martin Richar-d, wks iJaker k Co., Monroe- 
ville. 
Martin William, land owner, Perry. 
Martz S. C, I'arrrrer, Monroeville. 
Mason Benjamin, fanner. New Haven. 
Mason George \V., blksuiiih, I'erry. 
Mason H. M., farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 
Mason .James, farmer, Perry. 
Masou J. B., land owner. Perry. 
Mason Jeremiah, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Mason Joseph, land owner. Areola. 
Mason Peter, land owner, Perry. 
Mathews Henry, land owner. Perry. 
Mathews Samuel, land owner, Perry. 
Mathias Leonard, land owner, Roanoke. 
Mathi.is Manuel, fanner, Roairoke. 
Mathie Frederick, cooper J. Begue & Co., 

New Haven. 
May Chester L., farmer, Harlan. 
May Roswell, land owner, Harlan. 
Mayer John B., farmer, Maples. 
Mayer G. J., Leo. 

May hew James, land owner. Fort Wayue. 
Mayner John, farmer, Monroeville. 
Mayuer William, farmer and laud owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Mayo John R., land owner, Perry, 
Mayo William J., larid owner, Perry. 
Maxfield Henry W., plasterer', Cuba, Harlan 
P. 0. 

Maxfield Orange, miller, Leo. 

Maxhimer William, mason, Monroe\ille. 

Maxwell Adam, land owner. Perry. 

Maxwell George, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Maxwell Henry, farrrrer, Perry. 

Maxwell William, farmer. Perry. 

Meads J. 0., farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Meads Thomas, farmer and land owner, Mou- 
roeviile, 

Medler Frank, land ov/ner. Little River. 

Meeks John F., farmer, Monroeville. 

Meeks John W., (Meeks & GrandstalT,) Mon- 
roeville. 

Meeks Thomas, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Meeks Thomas Jr., filmier, J-Ionroevillc. 

Meeks W. R., larmer-, Monroeville. 

Meeks & Grandstalf, (John W. Meeks and An- 
drew N. Grandstaff,) livery ai:d cxhange 
stable. Main street, Monroeville. 

Megulathland B., laud owner. Areola. 

Megulatliland Michael, far'urer. Areola. 

Mehenke Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Meisuer Charles, Fort Wayne. 

Meister Charles, Fort Wayne. 

Melerd Martin G., farmer, Litchfield. 

Mengelson Charles, land owner, Fort Wayne. 



Wayne. 
Martin Anthony, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

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Meiiig George, Fort Wayne. 

Mensiiig Charles, land owner Fort Wajne. 

Merchant's Union Express Co., G. W. Bell, 

agt, New Haven. 
Merecle John, laud owner. Fort Wayne. 
Mereder Daniel, Leo. 
Mereder John, Leo. 
Meriiani Edward, land owner. Root. 
Meniotte Joseph G., (Merriotte & Baker,) 

Monroeville. 
MERRIOTTE & BAKER, (Joseph G. Merriotte 

and Alonzo A. Baker,) groceries and pro- 

visons, South street, Monroeville. 
Meschendorff Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne 
Meschendorff John, land owner. New Haven. 
Meschendorff' Theodore, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Mesho Peter, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Messei Jacob, land owner. Root. 
Metcalf S. C, farmer, Perry. 
Metcalf Vachel, lai.d owner. Perry. 
Methodist Church, Monroeville, built 1865. 

100 members. No regular pastor. 
Metterd Levi, farmer. Hall's Corners. 
Metterd Samuel, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Mettler Mathias, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Mettler Peter, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Meyer Bernard Jr., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Meyer Christian, farmer, Monroeville. 
Meyer Christian, farmer. New Haven, 
Mover Cliristian, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Meyer Dedrick, farmer, Monroeville. 
Meyer Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Meyer Frederick, farmer, New Haven. 
Meyer Frank, lab and land owner. New Haven. 
Meyer George, Fort Wayne. 
Meyer Henry, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Meyer Henry, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Meyer John, Fort Wayne. 
Meyer William, farmer, Monroeville. 
Meyers Frederick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Meyers Jacob, land owner, Little River. 
Meyers Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Meyers , (Sites & Meyers,) Zanesville. 

Michael Philip, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Michaels J. C, Fort Wayne. 

MicUs Andrew, lab, Monroeville. 

Middaugh A. J., land owner, Zanesville. 

Middaugh S. R., land owner, Zanesville. 

Middleton Ambrose, saloon keeper, Maples. 

Middleton George, grocer. Maples. 

Mie Theodore, farmer. New Haven. 

Mikle Daniel, farmer. Maples. 

Mikle Peter, farmer, Maples. 

Miland Charles, land owner. Root. 

Miland F., farmer, Root. 

Millen B. F., farmer, Monroeville. 

Miller Abram, land owner, Perry. 

Miller Alexis, farmer. Maples. 

Miller Amherst Jr., farmer, Chamberlain. 

Miller Amherst, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Miller Auios, land owner. Perry. 

Miller Andrew, farmer. Chamberlain. 

Miller Andrew, Fort Wayne. 

Miller Andrew, land owner. Little River. 

Miller Anson, farmer, Chamberlain. 

Miller Benjamin, land owner. Perry. 

Miller Charles, land owner. Little River. 

Miller Christian, farmer, Monroeville. 



Miller Christian, farmer, Harlan. 

Miller Christopher, land owner. Little River. 

Miller Clark, farmer. Chamberlain. 

Miller Conrad, farmer, Monroeville. 

Miller Cyrus, Fort Wayne. 

Miller Cyrus W., Fort Wayne. 

Miller Daniel, farmer. Maples. 

Miller Daniel, farmer, Harlan. 

Miller Daniel, Fort Wayne. 

Miller Daniel A., land owner, Harlan. 

Miller David, farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Miller D. Wallace, land owner. New Haven. 

Miller Edward, fanner and land owner, Neir 
Haven. 

Miller Edward L., farmer. Hall's Corners. 

Miller Emanuel Rev., pastor United Brethren 
Church, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 

Miller Eli, wks J. McKendry & Co., New Ha- 
ven. 

Miller Francis, farmer, Leo. 

Miller Francis, Fort Wayne. 

Miller Frederick, gunsmith, New^Haven. 

Miller George, Fort Wayne. 

Miller George J., school teacher. Maples. 

Miller George N., land owner. New Haven. 

Miller George W., farmer. Chamberlain. 

Miller George W., land owner. Chamberlain. 

Miller George W., land owner. Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Miller George W., Jr., farmer, Chamberlain. 

Miller Gustavus, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Miller Henry, farmt^r. Fort Wayne. 

Miller Herman, farmer, Leo. 

Miller Herman, farmer. Root. 

Miller Isaac, Fort Wayne. 

Miller J. J., farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Miller Jacob, farmer, Zanesville. 

Miller Jacob, land owner. Root. 

Miller Jacob, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Miller Jacob, Und owner. Little River. 

Miller Jacob, Jr., land owner, Root. 

ililler Jacob, Jr., farmer, Zanesville. 

Miller Jefferson, farmer. New Haven. 

Miller Jeremiah, (Stoner, Miller & Co.,) Ce- 
darville, Leo P. 0. 

Miller John, farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Miller John, farmer. Maples. 

Miller John, Fort Wayne. 

Miller John, land owner. Areola. 

Miller John, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Miller John, miller. Little River. 

Miller John A., farmer. New Haven. 

Miller John A., Fort Wayne. 

Miller John B., land owner. Maples. 

Miller John D., land owner. Areola. 

Miller John H., Fort Wayne. 

Miller John W., land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Miller Joseph, farmer, Harlan. 

Miller Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Miller Joseph, farmer, Perrj. 

Miller Joseph, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Miller Levi, lab, New Haven. 

Miller Lewis D., land owner. Root. 

Miller Mathias, painter and land owner. Fort 
Wayne. 

Miller Michael, land owner, Harlan. 



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Miller Nathaniel, farmer, Maples. 

Miller Peter, farmer. Areola. 

Miller Peter, land owner. New Haven. 

Miller Peter, (Stoner & Miller,) Cedarville, 

Leo P. 0. 
Miller R. D., farmer. New Haven. 
Miller Riley, lab, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 

Wayne. 
Miller Samuel, farmer, Maples. 
Miller Samuel, land owner. Root. 
Miller Solomon L., farmer, Perry. 
Miller Stephen, lab. New Haven. 
Miller W. L., blacksmith, Little River. 
Miller William, farmer, Monroeville. 
Miller William, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Miller William, land owner, Leo. 
Miller William, land owner, Litchfield. 
Miller William H., Fort Wayne. 
Miller Zachariah, (Schnitker & Miller,) New 

Haven. 
Millinian William, land owner, Chamberlain. 
Mills a. W., land owner, Roanoke. 
Mills Samuel, land owner, Harlan. 
Minehart Michael, land owner. Little River. 
Minehart S. P., hind owner, Zanesville. 
Miner Henry, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 
Miner James, farmer, Monroeville. 
Miner John, farmer, Monroeville. 
Miner Joseph, Jr., land owner. Areola. 
Miner Joseph, Sen., land owner. Areola. 
Mire George, land owner. Root. 
Mire Valentine, farmer. Root. 
Miser Benjamin, land owner and propr saw 

mill. Areola. 
Miser John, sawer. Areola. 
Mitchell D S., land owner, Zanesville. 
Mitchell J. G., land owner, Roanoke. 
Mitchell Jared, farmer. Hall's Corners. 
Mitchell Jonathan, land owner, Zanesville. 
Mix Hiram, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Mix Thomas D., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Moblon George, Fort Wayne. 
Mock Jacob, farmer. Maples. 
Moehler Jacob, farmer. Perry. 
Moffit Hamilton, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Mommer Joseph, land owner, Perr)'. 
Monahan Jiimes, farmer, Monroeville. 
Monahan John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 

Wayne. 
Monat Louis F., wks saw mill. Maples. 
Mondor Horace, wks James Hemphill, Mon- 
roeville. 
Monesmith Henry, (Monesmith & Snyder,) 

Root. 
Monesmith & Snyder, (Henry Monesmith and 
S. W. Snyder,) saw mill proprs, Marion 
Township, Root P. 0. 
Mongoven T. G., Fort Wayne. 
Moniel Joseph, farmer and land owner, New 

Haven. 
Monnahan John, farmer, Zanesville. 
Monnin Francis, farmer, Monroeville. 
Monohon Cornelius, farmer and land owner. 

New Haven. 
Monot Eugene, farmer. Maples. 
Mi)not Eugene, speculator. New Haven. 
Monot Louis F., wks saw mill, New Haven. 



Monot Peter J., saloon. New Haven. 

Monot Peter M., farmer and land owner, 

New Haven. 
MONROE HOUSE. Lyman Walker, propr. 

Main St, Monroeville. 
Monthoven Peter, farmer. New Haven. 
Mood Moses, cooper, Little River. 
Mooheuke August, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Mooney Jacob, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville 
Mooney Julius C, land owner, Perrv. 
Mooney Robert, land owner, Monroeville. 
Moore Alexander, lab, Woodburn. 
Mcore Charles, lab, Hall's Corners. 
Moore Cyrus B., land owner, Woodburn. 
Moore Eli, engineer, Harlan. 
Moore M. B., shoenikr, Monroeville. 
Moore Priam, farmer. Hall's Corners. 
Moore Samuel, farmer, Monroeville. 
Moore William A., land owner,Hair3 Corners. 
Moots Alexander, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
More Andrew, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
More James M., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
More John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
More Lucas, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
More Perry N., lab. Fori Wayne. 
More William, Fort Wayne. 
More William, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Morgan Solomon D., land owner, Harlan. 
Morley Park B., farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 
Morley Paul, farmer and landowner, Monroe- 
ville. 
Morrill E., Fort Wayne. 
Morrell John B., land owner. Maples. 
Morris Benjamin, carpenter. Perry. 
Morse Charles E., farmer and land owner, New 
Haven. 

Morse John, carpenter, New Haven. 

Morse Joseph, farmer and land owner, New 
Haven. 

Morse Thomas M., farmer. New Haven. 

Morton George, farmer, Root. 

Mortou J. C, mason, Monroeville. 

Morton John A., land owner. Root. 

Mosehamer J. L., farmer. Little River. 

Moser Mathias, Fort Wayne. 

Moss Alexander, farmer, Leo. 

Mobs Raphael, carpenter and land owner, Ce- 
darville, Leo P. O. 

Mostbaum Barney, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Mostbauin William, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Motherwell John, land owner, Chamberlain. 

Moudy David, miller. Perry. 

Moudy Martin, land owner. Perry. 

Moudy John, land owner, Leo P. 0. 

Mountain Augustus, farmer. Perry. 

Mover William, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Muehles John, Fort Wayne. 

Muhler Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Muhler Peter, Fort Wayne. 

Muhlfleit John, J'ort Wayne. 

Muhn J. W., land owner. Perry. 

Muhn Michael, land owner, Perry. 

Mullahay William, section foreman repair* 

P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort Wayne. 
Muldoon Henry, land owner. Root. 

Mullen K., farmer, Root. 



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Mullen Williaiii, land owner, Root. 

Muniiner Michael, Fort Wayne. 

Munch Francis, Jr., farmer, Maples. 

Munch Francis, Sr., farmer, Maples. 

Munch Jacob, land owner, Root. 

Muncli Nicholas, farmer, Maples. 

Munch Philip, land owner. Root. 

Munuorff A. B., wka stave factory, Monroe- 
ville. 

Murchland James, farmer, Monroeville. 

Murchland Samuel, farmer, Monroeville. 

Murnahan William, lab, Leo. 

Murphy Ames F., farmer, Harlan. 

Murphy Edward, section boss P. Ft. W. & C. 
Ry., Monroeville. 

Murphy Edward, Sr., land owner, Areola. 

Murphy George, (Wheelock & Murphy,) Ham- 
ilton, Leo P. 0. 

Murphy James, lab.., P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Mon- 
roeville, Fort Wayne. 

Murphy Patrick, land owner, Leo. 

Murray Joseph, land owner, Spencertille, 
DeKalb Uo. 

Murry John, Fort Wayne. 

Myer David, farmer, New Haven. 

Myer George B., farmer and land owner, 
Monroeville. 

Mver Henry, farmer. New Haven. 

Myer William, land owner. New Haven. 

Myers Daniel, farmer, Spencerville, DeKalb 
County. 

Myers Frederick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Myers Henry, farmer, Spencerville, DeKalb 
County. 

Myers Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Myers Hiram, farmer, -Perry. 

Myers J. F., farmer. Perry. 

Myers J. N., farmer. Perry. 

Myers James, farmer, Spencerville, DeKalb 
County 

Myers John, farmer, Spencerville, DeKalb 
County. 

Myers John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Myers Joseph, land owner, Roanoke. 

Myers Joseph, miller. Little River. 

Myers Nathaniel, land owner, Perry. 

Myers Nelson tinner, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 

Myers Solomon, land owner. Perry. 

Mygrants Isaac, land owner, Roanoke. 

Mvgrants Joseph, land owner, Roanoke, 

Myres Dedrick, land owner, Root. 

Myton Joseph, farmer, Monroeville. 

Myton Robert, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Myton Uriah, farmer. Monroeville. 

NAHRWALD Ernest, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Nail John, farmer and land owner. Maples. 
Nail Lafayette S., wks Baker & Co., Monroe- 
ville. 
Nailor George, land owner, Leo. 
Napoleon Peter, Fort Wayne. 
Narhood Jacob, laud owner. Areola. 
Nave Benjamin, hotel, nine mile house, Root. 
Nay Patrick, land owner and justice of the 

peace, Areola. 
Neal Eli, carpenter. New Haven. 
Neal Thomas, land owner, Perry 



Neff Enoch, Fort Wayne. 

Neff Philip, farmer, Maples. 

Neimeier llenry, land owner, Fort Wayne, 

Neimeier Louis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Neireiter John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Neistephen Bernard^ farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Neitheffer William, Fort Wayne. 

Nelson DeGroff, nursery, Fort Wayne. 

Nelson George, (J. K. Edgerton & Co.,) 
Woodburn. 

Nelson L D. G., propr Elm Park Nursery, 
Adauia townslup. Fort Wayne P. 0. 

Nelson James, farmer, Woodburn. 

Nemet John P., farmer, Monroeville. 

Neniet Nicholas, farmer, Monroeville. 

Nepper Noah, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Nesbit Isaac, farmer and land owner. Maples. 

Nesbit James, farmer and land owner, 
Maples. 

Nesbit James, Jr., farmer and land owner, Ma- 
ples. 

Nesbit Jeremiah, farmer and land owner, 
Maples. 

Nesbit Mathias, farmer and land owner, 
Maples. 

Nester Christian, farmer, New Haven. 

Nettlehurst Lewis, land owner, Leo. 

Never Charles, land owner, Fort Wavne. 

NEW HAVEN HOTEL, J. E. Taylor, "propr.. 
New H.iven. 

Newhouse Christian, Chamberlain. 

Newhouse Frank, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Nichodemus John, land oivner. Little River. 

Niciiodemus Manasa, farmer, Little River. 

Nichols Ciiauncey, farmer, Spencerville. 

Nichols William, land owner. Root. 

Nicholson M., farmer, Zanesville. 

Nicholson Samuel, land owner, Zanesville. 

Nichter Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Nichter Peter, Fort Wayne. 

Nickerson Aaron, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Nickerson Benjamin, land owner, Root. 

Nickerson Hubbard, land owner. Fort 
Wayne. 

Nickerson Joshua, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
•Nickson L., farmer. Areola. 

Nickwood Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Nicky A., land owner, Litchfield. 

Nieter Christian, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Nieter Frederick, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

NiezL-r John, (Niezer & Gratfe,) Monroeville. 

NIEZER & GRAFFE, (John Niezer, & Cliar- 
les F. Gratt'e,) hardware, stoves and tin- 
ware, Monroeville. 

Niezer & Giaffe's Hall, South st. Monroeville. 

Nill Charles A., elk Geo. C. Nill, Monroe- 
ville. 

Nill George, Fort Wayne. 

Nill George C, druggist, Monroeville. 

Ninde L. M., Fort Wayne. 

Nirider Casper, farmer. Root. 

Nirider Henry, land owner. Root. 

Nitscho Charles, Fort Wayne^ 

Noble Lyman, fiirmer. Fort Wayne. 

Noll George, Fort Vv''ayne. 

Nonemaker John, land owner, Zanesville. 

Nongesser Louis, land owner. Fort Wayne. , 

Noolan Isaac, land owner, Harlan. 



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Nooning David, Jr., farmer, Perry. 
Nooning David, Sen., land owner, Perry. 
Notestine Benjamin, lab, Leo. 
Notestine Daniel, land owner, Leo. 
Notestine Frederick, blksmitii, Cedarvillc, 

Leo P. 0. 
Notestine George W., farmer, Leo. 
Notestine Isaiah, land owner, Harlan. 
NOTESTINE JAMES, school teacher, Fort 

Wayne. 
Notestine John, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Notestine Uriali, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Noyer Charles, farmer and land owner, Mon- 

roevjlle. 
Null Daniel, farmer. New Haven. 
Null George W., farmer, New Haven. 
Null Lyjurgus S., physician and surgeon, 

New Haven. 
Null Upton, lab, New Haven, 
Nusbaum George W., land owner, Harlan. 
Nut Henry, farmer. Root. 
Nuttle Ami, farmer. New Haven. 
Nuttle James W., wks J. McKendry & Co., I 

New Haven. 
Nuttule George, farmer. New Haven. 
Nuttule Robert R., farmer, New Haven. 

O'BRIEN Charles, lab. Fort Wayne, 
O'Brien James, lab P. Ft. W. & G. Ry., 
Fort Wayne. 
CBrien Patrick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
O'Brien William, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., 

Fort Wayne. 
O'Conner Morris, Fort Wayne. 
O'Grady Au-tin, farmer, Mapies, 
O'Grady Oscar, wks Fitch & Mapel, Maples. 
O'Shaughnesy James, Fort Wayne. 
O'Shauglmesy Michael, Fort Wayne, 
Oberly John, Fort Wayne 
Obliger Daniel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Obrine James, carpenter, Root. 
Oceleston Henry S., land owner. Fort Wayn«> 
Oddore Stephen, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Oilier Jacob, land owner, Harlan. 
Ohls Eli, land owner, Little River. 
Olds J. H. Dr., Fort Wayne. 
Olds W E., physician and lawyer, Monroe- 

ville. 
Oliver John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Oliver Michael N., land owner, Little River, 
Olmick Adam, land owner. Perry. 
Olmstead Daniel, Fort Wayne, 
Olsen Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Omo Frederick, land owner, Harlan. 
Omo Joseph, physician and surgeon, Mays- 

ville, Harlan P. 0. 
Omo Simon, land owner, Hall's Corners, 

Opdyke Henry, farmer, Leo. 

Opliger George W., land owner, Fort Wayne 

Orfl" John, miller and land owner, Fort 
Wayne. 

Ormiston Alexander, Fort Wayne. 

Ormiston James, Fort Wayne. 

Ormiston Mark, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Ormsted Peter, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Orndorf George W., land owner and carpen- 
ter, Litchfield. 

Orndorff John, land owner, Perry. 



Orndofter Joseph, land owner, Little River. 

Orr James, land owner. Root. 

Orr William, farmer, Root. 

Ort William H., land owner. New Haven, 

Osterman Barney, land owner. Areola. 

Ostor Francis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Oawold John, land owner. Fort Wavne. 

Ott John, Monroeville. 

Otto Abram, land owner, Perrv. 

Otto Edward, farmer. Perry. 

Otto Matliias, farmer, Perry. 

OukJohn, fanner. Maples. 

Out Joseph, land owner, Root. 

Overhouiid Feter, firmer, Root. 

Overisch Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Overley Samuel, land owner. Little River. 

Overley Thomas, land owner. Little River. 

Overley William, land owner. Little River. 

Overly Jacob, land owner. Areola. 

Overly Thomas, Fort Wayne. 

Overly Thomas, Jr., Fort'Wayne. 

Overly William, land owner. Root. 

Owens Owen, land owner, 

PADGETT John, farmer, ZanesviHe. 
Paeler Charles, Fort Wayne. 
Paeler Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Paff Aaron, land owner, Leo. 
Paff Moses, land owner, Leo. 
Page W. W., farmer. New Haven. 
Paige Elbridge G., land owner. Perry. 
Palmer David R., lab. Fort Wayne. 
Palmer Lewis, (Palmer &Woiley,) Hamilton. 

Leo P. 0. 
Palmer Lucius, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Palmer William, land owner, Fort Wavne. 
Palmer & Worley, (Lewis Palmer and Calvin 

Worley,) tanners, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Panther Charles, bJksmith, Mavsville, Harlan 

P. 0, ■ 

Papa Charles, Fort Wayne. ^ 

Parent Hiram J., land owner, Harlan. 
Parent John, land owner, Harlan. 
Parent William, land owner. New Haven. 
Parisot Claude, land owner. Fort Wayne, 
Parker Abraham, land owner. Fort Wavne, 
Parker Benjamin, land owner, Perrv. 
Parker Christian, saw mill and land owner 

Fort Wayne. 
Parker Christian N., lab. Fort Wayne. 
Parker Danford, land owner. Perry. 
Parker Elmore W., lab. Fort Wwyne. 
Parker P'rancis A., land owner. Fort Wavne. 
Parker George, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Parker Henry C, wks saw mill, Fort Wayne. 
Parker Jacob B., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Parker Jacob L., farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Parker James, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Parker John R., wks P. Ft, W. & C. Ry., 

Maples. 
Parker Nathan, land owner, Little River. 
Parker Omri, land owner, Perry. 
Parker Feter, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Parker Wellington, landowner, Hall's Corners. 
Parker William, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Parkey John, engineer Fitch & Mapel, Maples. 
Parnot Joseph, wks J. Begue & Co.. New Ha- 
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Parmen Adolpli, land owner, Fort Wayne, 

Parmen Gabriel, land owner. Areola. 

Parnum Frank, lab, Areola. 

Parraiit Hiram, land owner, New Haven. 

Parson Gustavus, Fort Wayne. 

Partner Jacob, Fort Wayne. 

Partner Jacob Jr., Fort Wayne. 

Pasage Levi, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Patient Augustus, land owner. Perry. 

Patient Frank, farmer. Perry. 

Patient John, land owner. Perry. 

Patrick Jolin W., land owner, Monroeville. 

Patterson William, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Paul Adam, carpenter and land owner, Fort 

Wayne. 
Paul Charles, Fort Wayno. 
Paul Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Paulnian Francis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Paulsen Henry, wks J. McKendry & Co., New 

Haven. 
Payne Samuel, Fort Wayne. 
Peak William, farmer, Maples. 
Pearson Enoch A., blksmith. New Haven. 
Pearson Jacob B., larnier. Fort Wayne. 
Pearson Nicholas, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Pearson Simon P., land owner, New Haven. 
Pearson Thomas, landowner, Hall's Corners. 
Pease William, farmer. New Haven. 
Pebe Augustus, farmer. Maples. 
Peckham Peter, land owner, Monroeville. 
Pence S., engineer, Fort Wayne. 
Pendland James, farmer. Perry. 
Pens Ludwig, Fort Wayne. 
Pens Nicholas, Fort Wayne. 
Peon Claude, land owner. Perry. 
Peoples Alexander J., farmer, Monroeville. 
Peoples John R., land owner, Monroeville. 
Pepe Francis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Pepe Joseph, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Pepe Louis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Pepe Marc, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Pepler Jacob, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Pepler Louis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Peppels John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Perequey Ferdinand, farmer and land owner, 

Maples. 
Periga Felix, Fort Wayne. 
Perino Louis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Perizo Battice, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Perkham William, land owner, Root. 
Perkins Benjamin, land owner, Harlan. 
Perkins Daniel, farmer. Hall's Corners. 
Perkins G.W., land owner, Woodburn. 
Perkins John, farmer, Harlan. 
Perkins John, Jr., farmer, Hailan. 
Perkins Lafayette, farmer. Hall's Corner. 
Pernot Constant, farmer, Monroeville. 
Perrin Frank E., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Perry James, fnrmcr. Fort Wayne. 
Perry William, wks Paper Mill, Fort Wayne. 
Peter Christian, Fort Wayne. 
Peter Dederick, Fort Wayne. 
Peter Joseph, wka J. Begue & Co., New 

Haven. 
Peter Nicholas, Fort Way.ie 



Peters Ernest, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Peters Jacob, farmer and land owner, New 

Haven. 
Peters John, land owner, Harlan. 
Peters John C, farmer. Maples. 
Peters Joseph, farmer, New Haven, 
Peters Samuel, farmer, New Haven, 
Peters William, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Peters William, land owner, Fort Wayne, 
Petit Greendison, land owner, Fort Wayne, 
Pettit Adam, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Pettit William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Pettitjean Frank, farmer, Maples. 
Pettitjean Jacob, farmer and land owner, 

Maples. 
Pettinger Peter, farmer. New Haven. 
Pettinger Timothy, farmer, New Haven. 
Petzinger Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Pevert Francis, land owner. Areola. 
Peyton William B., land owner, Fort Wayne, 
Pfeiifer Charles F., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
PfeiflTer Charles G., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Pfeitt'er John C, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Pfeiffer Joseph, farmer. Root. 
Pflaumer Henry, farmer, Harlan. 
Pflaumer Jacob, land owner, Harlan. 
Pflaumer John, farmer, Harlan, 
Phelps Edward H., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Phelps M''illiam, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Phelps & Dunter, grocers, Huntertown, Perry. 
Phillabaum David M., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Phillabaum George, Sen., land owner, Fort 

Wayne 
Philley Charles, Fort Wayne. 
Philley Eli, Fort Wayne. 
Phillips J. F., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Phillips Lewis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Phillips Patrick, Fort Wayne. 
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Conn., G. W. Bell, agt. New Haven. 
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Conn., F. V. V. Shell, agt, Monroeville. 
Piat Henry, land owner, Woodburn. 
Piatt B. F., farmer, Zanesville. 
Piatt J. H., farmer, Zanesville. 
Piatt Jacob, farmer, Zanesville. 
Piatt William, farmer, Zanesville. 
Pichon Francis, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Pickanew Francis, farmer, Perry. 
Piengenot Francis, farmer and land owner, 
Maples. 

Charles, land owner, 



Conrad, land owner, 



Fort 
Fort 



Piepenbrink 

Wayne. 
Piepenbrink 

Wayne. 
Pierce Asa W., FortWayne. 
Pierman Zacliariah, land owner, Harlan. 
Pierr John, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Pierr Michael, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Pies John P., school teacher, New Haven. 
Pilliod Victor, Fort Wayne. 
Pio John B., farmer, New Haven. 
Pio Justin, farmer. New Haven. 
Pipes John, farmer. Maples. 
Piple Hubert, land owner. Areola. 
Piquinot Claude J, landowner, FortWayne 



Peters Abraham, land owner, Harlan. 

Peters Abram, general store, Maysville, Har- 1 Pishon Alexander, farmer, Leo 
Ian P. 0. i Pishon Frank, farmer, Leo. 

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Plank David H., land ovviiei-, Fott Wayne. 

Plaster Jolm, land owner, Zanes'ville. 

Platter Christopher, farmer, New Haven. 

Platter George, faimer, New Haven. 

Platter James, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Pocock Elihu, farmer, Zanesville. 

Pocock M. J., land owner and carpenter, 
Zanesville. 

Poinset Israel, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Poinsett John S., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Poirson Charles F., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Poirson John B., landowner. Fort Wayne. 

Polett Victor, land owner, Areola. 

Policy Frank, land owner. Perry. 

Pollock Charles, land owner. Little River. 

Pollock James, Fort Wayne. 

Pollock William, Fort Wayne. 

Pool H. D., clerk, Monroeville. 

Pool James T., Fort Wayne. 

Pool Joseph T., school teacher, Monroeville. 

Pool Samuel, (Pool & Weller,) Monroeville. 

Pool Thomas I)., clerk Pool & Weller, Mon- 
roeville. 

Pool W. G., Fort Wayne. 

Pool & Weller, (Samuel Pool and James 
Weller,) general store, Monroeville. 

Pool's Hall, South st, Monroeville. 

Pope Henry, wks J. McKendry & Co., New 
Haven. 

Popp Frederick, land owner, Leo. 

Popp Henry, wagonmaker, New Haven. 

Porchey Joseph, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Porchey Peter, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Porter Allen, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Porter Andrew, land owner, Perry. 

Porter Eiias, Fort VVayne. 

Porter Hiram, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Porter John, landowner, J'ort W^ayne. 

Potter James, land owner. Perry. 

Potts Thomas, land owner, Monroeville. 

Powell Mathias, farmer, Leo. 

Powell Warren, land owner, Zanesville. 

Powers A., farmer and land owner, New Ha- 
ven. 

Powers Amasa, (Rogers, Powers & Hartzell,) 
New Haven. 

Powers Samuel, farmer and laud owner. New 
Haven. 

Powers Valentine, farmer and land owner, 
New Haven. 

Powers Volney, (V. Powers & Co.,) New Ha- 
ven. 

POWERS V. & CO., (Volney Powers and 
Allan H. Dougall,) proprs New Haven 
Mills, New Haven. 

Pranga Christian, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Pranga Fiederiok, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Pranga Henry W., Fort Wayne. 

Pranga Herman, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Pranza Charles, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Pratt Benjamin D., mason and land owner. 
Fort Wayne. 

Pratt George H., mason aiid land owner, 
Fort Wayne. 

Pratt Jesse T., cooper. Fort Wayne. 
Preble Caleb, land owner. Little River. 
Preble Darius, land owner, Little River. 
Preston Cyrus M., lab, Harlan. 



Preston Edward, land owner. Perry. 

Price Henrj', land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Price M., land owner, Woodburn. 

Price Richard, Fort Wayne. 

Prill Lsaac, landowner and tailor, Areola. 

Prill Manuel, land owner and blacksmith, 

Areola. 
Prince Thomas, Fort Wayne. 
Prindle Amos, teamster, Harlan. 
Pring John, land owner, Leo. 
Propsting Bernard, farmer. New Haven. 
Propsting Bernard, Jr., farmer, New Haven. 
Pruzen Ernest, land owner, Root. 
Pulver Abraham, grocer Huntertown, Perry 

P. 0. 
Pulver Sherman, farmer, Perry. 
Putt A. H., land owner. Little River. 
Putt J. W., land owner, Little River. 

QUANDT Charles, farmer, Naples. 
Quenlan John, foreman repairs P. Ft. W. 
& C. Railway. 
Quiat Michael, farmer, Maples. 
Quintz Charles, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

RABB George, Fort Wayne. 
Rabbit J. B., curpenter, Monroeville. 

Rabbit Nicholas W., farmer, Monroeville. 

Rabbit Thomas, carpenter, Monroeville. 

Rabbit William B., farmer, Monroeville. 

Racine August, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Racine Frederick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Racine Henry A., farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Racine Jacob, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Rahm John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Raifsnyder Henry, lab, Leo. 

Raif'snyder Jacob, land owner, Leo. 

Rail Isaac B., land owner, Perry. 

Ralus John, Fort Wayne. 

Ralya J. J., (Ralya & Robertson), li Alle- 
ghaney City, Pa. 

Ralya & Robertson (.J. J. Ralya and 

Robertson,) stave manufactnrers, Mon- 
roeville, M. Cary, agt. 

Ramerdo William, farmer, Maysville, Harlan 
P. 0. 

Ramsey Peter, Fort Wayne. 

Ramseyer Cliristian, l?.nd owner, Leo. 

Ramseyer Christian, Jr., land owner, Leo. 

Randall David W., land owner, Leo. 

Randall Strather, land owner, Little River. 

Rank Ely, lab, Fort Wayne. 

Rank Ezra, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Rank George, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Rank Richard, farmer, Fort W^ayne. 

Ranney Janie-!, lab. Perry. 

Rannev Robert, land owner, Foit Wavne. 

Raphael John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 
Wayne. 

Rapp Jacob, land owner. Areola. 

Rapp John, farmer. Areola. 

Rathford Jacob, land owner, Roanoke, Hunt- 
ington Co. 

Rutledge A., farmer, Monroeville. 

Rau Casper, boarding hou.-ic, Ft)rt Wayne. 

Rayor Thomas, Fort Wayne. 

Razot Peter, farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 



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Read William, farmer, Areola. 

Read William, Jr., land owner. Areola. 

Reams Jacob, farmer. Perry. 

Rean George, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Rear Niciiolas, wagonmkr. Fori Wayne. 

Reath Patrick, watchman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., 
Fort Wayne. 

Rebber Christopher, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Rebber Frederick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Rehber Henry, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Rebus Mathias, Fort Wayne. 

Reddin Albert, fiirmer, Roanoke. 

Reddin George, land owner, Zanesville. 

Reddin Isaiah, land owner, Roanoke. 

Reddin J. F., farmer, Roanoke. 

Reddin W. J., land owner, Roanoke, Hunt- 
ington Co. 

Reddin William, land owner, Roanoke, Hunt- 
ington Co. 

Redding A. T., brickmkr, Monroeville. 

Redding Alexander T., wks James Hemphill, 
Monroeville. 

Redding Thomas wksRalya& Robertson, Mon- 
roeville. 

Reecher Christian, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Reed G. W., farmer. Little River. 

Reed George, land owner, Zanesville. 

Reed H. S., land owner, Zanesville. 

Reed Henry, land owner. Little River. 

Reed Nathan C, farmer. Perry. 

Reeder John, lab, Fort Wayne. 

Reeling Jacob, farmer, Little River. 

Reichclderfer Charles, land owner, Harlan. 

Reichelderler Jacob, land owner, Harlan. 

Reichelderfer John D., land owner, Harlan. 

Reichelderfer Lewis, land owner, Harlan. 

Reid James M., Fort Wayne. 

Reidmiller John, Fort Wayne. 

Reifsnider Henry, Monroeville. 

Reifsnider Sol., wagonmkr, Monroeville. 

Reilling Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Rein Andrew, land owner. Areola. 

Reinke William, Fort Wayne. 

Reinking Deidrich, land owner, Fort Wayna. 

Reistow Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Reiter Anthony, Fort Wayne. 

Reitsel P. N., Fort Wayne. 

Remmert Herman, Fort Wayne. 

Renfrew Rhea K., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Renner Leopold, Fort Wayne. 

Rephart Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Repp Peter, land owner, Harlan. 

Ressing August, Fort Wayne. 

Reth Benedict, land owner, Leo. 

Reth Daniel, land owner, Leo. 

Retirer Joel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Retter Henry, land owner. Maples. 

Eeun John, land owner, Harlan. 

Reverts Henry, farmer, Leo. 

Reynolds Ephraim, harnessmkr, Monroeville. 

Reynolds Levi, lab. New Haven. 

Reynolds Newton, land owner, Chamberlain. 

Reynolds 0. D., farmer. Maples. 

Reynolds William, farmer. Maples. 

Rhine Frederick, farmer and laud owner, 
Fort Wayne. 

Rhine John, farmer. Fort Wayne 



Rhinehold John, land owner, Perry. 
Rhoadcs Daniel J., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Rhoades Frederick, (Rhoades & Schomp,) 

Perry. 
Rhoades Isaac, blksmith. Fort Wayne. 
Rhoades Israel, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Rhoades & Schomp, (Frederick Rhoades, 

David Schomp, Jr.,) saw mill. Perry. 
Rhodes Daniel, land owner, Perry. 
Rhodes John, land owner. Perry. 
Ricard Frederick, farmer, New Haven. 
Rice J. W., carpenter, Monroeville. 
Rice Jesse, land ovvner. Little River. 
Rice William S., farmer. New Haven. 
Rich Alexander, farmer, Zanesville. 
Rich B. L., land owner. Perry. 
Rich Christopher, wks J. Begue & Co., Nevr 

Haven. 
Rich James, farmer. Perry. 
Rich Peter, miller, New Haven Mills, New 

Haven. 
Riclia Jacob, land owner, Harlan. 
Richa Samuel, land owner, Harlan. 
Richard Christian, farmer and land owner, 

Maples. 
Richard Henry, land owner, Monroeville. 
Richard Joseph, farmer. Chamberlain. 
Richards Andrew, laud owner. Perry. 
Richards George, land owner. Perry. 
Richards James L., farmer. Maples. 
Richards John, Leo. 

Richards Jolin L., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Richardson Thomas, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Richardson Thomas, Jr., farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Richart Adam, farmer. Little River. 
Richart George, land owner, Woodburu. 
Rickey John, Fort Wayne. 
Richmond W. W., Fort Wayne. 
Rickard John, lab. Perry. 
Rickett Marcellus P., blksmith, Huntertown, 

Perry P. 0. 
Ridenour L., land owner, Monroeville. 
Ridenour Mircus, land owner, Monroeville. 
Rider Deidrich, farmer, Maples. 
Rider Walter, laud owner. Little River. 
Rider William, farmer, Leo. 
Riew Patrick, land owner. Areola. 
Riley Alonzo W., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Riley H. S., land owner, Roanoke. 
Riley Jesse, farmer, Monroeville. 
Riley John, farmer, Monroeville. 
Riley William, wks Ralya & Robertson, Mon- 
roeville. 
Rimer Peter, Fort Wayne. 
Rinehart Alexander, landowner,Chamberlain. 
Rinehart Andrew, land owner, Chamberlain. 
Rinehart Christian, farmer. Chamberlain. 
Rinehart Henry, land owner, Zanesville. 
Rinehart J. S., wagonmaker Root. 
Ring John, farmer. Little River. 
Ring Matthew, land owner. Little River. 
Ringwalt Eli, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Ringwalt William, Jr., land owner, Hall's 

Corners. 
Risden Nathan, lab, New Haven. 
Ritter Benjamin F., landowner, Maples. 
Ritter George W., post master, and ticket 

agent P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Maples. 



Rhinehold Henry, carpenter, Perry. 

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Rix Jordan, lab, New Haven. 

Roach Patrick, watchman P. Ft. W. & C. Ry. 
Fort Wayne. 

Roberts Frank, farmer, Woodburn. 

Roberts Hiram, wks Baker & Co., Monroe- 
ville. 

Roberts Josiah, land owner, Harlan, 

Roberts R. S., farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Robertson , (Ralya & Robertson,) Alle- 
ghany City, Pa. 

Robertson James, land owner, Litchfield. 

Robertson John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Robertson John H., land owner, Roanoke, 
Huntington Co. 

Robinson Adam, land owner, Monroeville. 

Robinson F. A., land owner, Little River. 

Robinson George, laud owner. Perry. 

Robinson George W., farmer, Little River. 

Robinson Homer, farmer, Little River. 

Robinson J. A., land owner. Little River. 

Robinson Jonathan, land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Robinson Joseph L., land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Robinson R. F. C, land owner. Little River. 

Robinson Samuel, land owner, Monroeville. 

Robinson W. S., land owner. Little River. 

Robinson Warren, farmer. Little River. 

Robinson William, farmer. Little River. 

Rock Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Rockhill Joseph, land owner and drover, Ar- 
eola. 

Rockhill William, land owner and drover. Ar- 
eola. 

Rodenbeck Conrad, land owner. Fort Wayne 

Rodenbeck Dedriek, land owner. Fort Wayne 

Rodenbeck Dedriek, land owner. Perry. 

Rodenbeck Henry, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Rodewald John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Rodgers Peter, Fort Wayne. 

Rodolph Frank, lab, Fort Wayne. 

Rogers Alanson A., wks J. McKeudry & Co., 
New flaven. 

Rogers J. H., farmer. Perry. 

Rogers John, farmer, Leo. 

Rogers Lamort M., (Rogers, Powers & Hart- 
zell,) also, notary public, New Haven. 

ROGERS, POWERS & HARTZELL (La- 
mort M. Rogers, Amasa Powers and Levi 
Hartzell,) proprs Maumee Valley Mills, 
New Haven 

Rohrbacher Christian, laud owner. Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Roller James, land owner, Harlan. 

Roller John, farmer, Little River. 

Rolley Andrew, lab. Areola. 

RoUey James, farmer, Areola. 

Rolley William, land owner. Areola. 

Rollins Charles W., (Rollins & Crowner,) 
Monroeville. ' 

Rollins & Crowner, (Charles W. Rollins and 
John N. Crowner,) bowling saloon and 
restaurant, Monroeville. 

Rolphe William, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Rondebush James, land o^ner, Monroeville. 

Rondebush John, land owner, Monroeville. 

Rondebush Tobias, land owner, Monroeville 



Rondot John A., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Ronery A., land owner. Perry. 

Ronery J. J., farmer. Perry. 

Rooby Edward, land owner. Areola. 

Root P. C, Fort Wayne. 

Rorick James M., farmer. New Haven. 

Rose Charles, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Rose Christian, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Ro.se Morris, land owner. New Haven. 

Rose Morris, Jr., land owner. Now Haven. 

Rosenbaum G. J. Z., lab. Fort Wayne. 

Ross Henry, farmer, Litchfield. 

Ross James P., land owner. Perry. 

Ross John A., farmer, Areola. 

Ross John, Jr., farmer, Litchfield. 

Rosa K., farmer. New Haven. 

Ross Mathias, farmer. New Haven. 

Rosseau Francis, farmer and land owner, 

Fort Wayne. 
Rosseau Reuben, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Rosseloi Frederick, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Rosselot Louis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Rothgeb George, land owner. New Haven. 
Rothgeb Henry, bind owner. New Haven. 
Rothgeb Hezekiah, land owner. New Haven. 
Rothgeb Michael, land owner. New Haven. 
Rothgeb Thomas, farmer. Areola. 
Rothman Peter, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Rotter Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Rounder George, land owner. Little River. 
Rounder Lambert, land owner. Little River. 
Rourbough John, farmer, Maples. 
Rourbough M., farmer. Maples. 
Rousey Felix, farmer and land owner, New 

Haven. 
Rousey Francois, farmer and carpenter, New 

Haven. 
Rousey Xavier, farmer. New Haven. 
Rout Charles, Monroeville. 
Rout J. W., (Webster & Co.,) Monroeville. 
Row Daniel A., boot and shoemkr, cor Main 

and South, Monroeville. 
Row Frederick, farmer, Monroeville. 
Row Gustav, Fort Wayne. 
Row J. A., land owner, Monroeville. 
Row Patrick, lab, Areola. 
Rowe Jerry, lab, P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 

Wayne. 
Roy Adolphus, farmer, New Haven. 
Roy Charles, landowner, Monroeville. 
Roy F. A., Justice of the Peace, Maples. 
Roy Ferdinand, gardener. Fort Wayne. 
Roy Florentine, saw mill and land owner, 

Fort Wayne. 
Roy James, land owner, Monroeville. 
Roy John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Roy John, land owner, New Haven. 
Roy John B., land owner. Maples. 
Roy Joseph, farmer, New Haven. 
Ruch George, farmer, Foit Wayne. 
Ruuh Jacob, farmer. Perry. 
Ruch Lewis, hotelkeeper, Middletown, Root 

P. 0. 
Rudisill Christian, Fort Wayne. 
Rudisill Henry J., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Rudisill J. A., landowner. Perry. 
Rue N. T., Fort Wayne. 
Rufner Benjamin F., farmer, Fort Wayne. 



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Ruhl Jamis H., land owner, Root. 

Ruble Jesse F., Fort Wayne. 

Rulo John, teamster, New Haven. 

Runuion Joseph, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Rupert Jacob 0., lab, Harlau. 

Ruppert Elias, land owner, Harlan. 

Ruppert Manassee, land owner, Harlan. 

Russell Dominick, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Ryan James, farmer. Maples. 

Ryan James, lab, New Haven. 

Ryan James, lab P. Ft. W. & 0. Ry., Maples. 

Ryan Jeremiah, Fort Wayne. 

Ryan Patrick, Fort Wayne. 

Ryan Patrick, Jr., land owner. New Haven. 

Ryan Patrick, Sen., farmer and land owner, 

Maples. 
Ryan Thotias, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 

Wayne. 
Ryan Thomas, land owner, New Haven. 
Ryan William, lab, Fort Wayne. 

S AFFORD George W. T., land owner, 
Chamberlain. 

Salott Bartholomew, land owner, St. Vin- 
cent. 

Sanders Cyrus, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Sanders John, farmer. New Haven. 

Sando Charles, Fort Wayne. 

Sandoz Philip, watchmkr, Monroeville. 

Sapington Jacob, land owner, Leo. 

Sapp Absalom, land owner, Harlan. 

Sapp Joseph, painter, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 

Sapp Levi, land owner, Harlan. 

Sarazin August, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Sarizen Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Sasot Frank, land owner, Maples. 

Sasot George, land owner, Maples. 

Sasot John, farmer. Monroeville. 

Saunders James E., land owner, Maples. 

Sauerwine Herman, Fort Wayne. 

Saulfrank John, farmer. Root. 

Sausser Lewis, post master and grocer,Arcola. 

Savage James, f^irmer and contractor, New 
Haven. 

Savergot Nicholas, farmer, St. Vincent. 

Savioy Frederick, farmer, Monroeville. 

Savoit Francois, land owner. Maples. 

Savoit Frank J., land owner. Maples. 

Savoit Michael, farmer. Maples. > 

Savory Frank, cooper J. Bogue k Co., New 
Haven. 

Sawyer P., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Saxer Alexander, Fort Wayne. 

Sayler Mathias, land owner, Perry. 

Sayles Charles, lab. Woodburn. 

Sayles Seneca, farmer, Woodburn. 

Saylors Jacob Jr., farmer, Woodurn. 

Saylors Jacob Sen., land owner, Woodburn. 

Saylors Ulrich, land owner, Woodburn. 

Scannel Michael, wks T. W. & W. Ry., New 
Haven. 

Scar Adam, wagonmkr, Monroeville. 

Scar John, farmer and laiidjowner, Monroeville 

Scar Philip, farmer and laud owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Scarlett Barney, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Scarlett Eli, (Scarlett & Peters,) Maysville, 
Harlan P. 0. 



Scarlett Henry 0., carpenter and justice of 
the peace, Washitigton Township, Fort 

Wayne. 
Scarlett William B., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Scarlett & Peters, (Eli Scarlett and Abraham 

Peters,) general store, Maysville, Harlan 

P. 0. 
Schappatfh Andrew, land owner, Harlan. 
Schapper Christian, farmer, New Haven. 
Schapper Ernest, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Schapper Gottlieb, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Scheick C. H., land owner, justice of peace 

and carpenter, Monroeville. 
Scheick Christian, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Scheick Martin, land owner, Leo. 
Schescher Michael, lab T. VV. & W. Ry., New 

Haven. 
Schiel Jacob, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Schirck Frank, farmer. Maples. 

Schlaudraff , land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Schlauuraff Theodore, farmer. New Haven. 
Schlaughter B. 0., land owner, Leo. 
Schlaughter Benedict, land owner, Leo. 
Schlaughter Benedict Jr., farmer, Leo. 
Schlaughter Benedict Senr., land owner, Leo. 
Schlaughter C, land owner, Leo. 
Schlaughter Christian, farmer, Leo. 
Schlaughter John, lab, Leo. 
Schlaughter Joseph, shoenikr, Hamilton, Leo 

P. 0. 
Schlaughter Sebastian, land owner, Leo. 
Schlebeker George, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Schmall Peter, Fort Wayne. 
Schmidt Christian, Fort Wayne. 
Schmidtz Christian, Fort Wayne. 
Schmucker Sebastian, Fort Wayne. 
Schnelker Bernard, (J. McKendry & Co.,) 

New Haven. 
Schnelker Henry H., elk N. Schuckman, New 

Haven. 
Schnelker Herman, (Hall, Schnelker & Co.,) 

New Haven. 
Schnelker Hiram, land owner, New Haven. 
Schnelker J. B., mason, New Haven. 
Schnelker Reinhart, farmer. New Haven. 
Schnitker August, (Schnitker & Miller,) New 

Haven. 
Schnitker Charles, wks J. Begue & Co., New 

Haven. 
Schnitker & Miller, (August Schnitker and 

Zachariah Miller,) harnessmakers. New 

Haven. 
Schoerpf John, general store and postmaster, 

Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Schoeipff Casper, Fort Wayne. 
Scliokel Joseph, cooper, New Haven. 
Schomelee Frederick, farmer. Root. 
Schomp David, Jr., (Rhoades & Schomp,) 

Perry. 
Schomp David, Sen., land owner, Perry. 
Schomp W. W., land owner. Perry. 
Schoonover W. H., land owner, Little River. 
Schrader William, farmer. Root. 
Schraeder Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Schrantz Edward A., land owner. Fort 

Wayne. 
Schrimne George, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Schroeder Henry, Fort Wayne. 



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Schrooler John, farmer, Root. 
Schuckman John, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
SCnUCKMAN NICHOLAS, groceries, dry 
goods, clothing, etc., New Haven 

Schust Andrew, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Schwager Peter, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Schwanz Conrad, carpenter. New Haven. 

Schwanz Matthias, carpenter, New^Iaven. 

Schwartz Henry, Jr., farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Schwartz Henry, Sen., lana owner, Fort 
Wayne. 

Schwen Conrad, landowner, Fort Wayne. 

Scott David, farmer, Woodburn. 

Sv'ott David, land owner, Zanesville. 

Scott George, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Scott George, laud owner, Zanesville. 

Scott George A., farmer and land owner, 
Fort, Wayne. 

Scott John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Scott Leoiiidas, farmer. Root. 

Scott S;imuel, farmer, Monroevilie. 

Scott William, land owner, Zanesville. 

Scott Wiiiiam, land owner and carpenter, 
Zanesville, 

Scovel Hiram, land owner, Woodburn. 

Seaboult G., land owner, Zanesville. 

Seaboult George, land owner, Zanesville. 

Seaboult Jacob, land owner, Zanesville. 

Seaboult John, land owner, Zanesville. 

Sechler J. D., grocery, Huntertown, Perry 
P. 0. 

SEBRING GEORGE F., traveling agt, New 
Haven 

Sebring Jacob, land owner, Areola. 

Sebolt Adam, land owner. Areola. 

Sebolt Adam, Sen., farmer, Areola. 

Sebolt Barney, laud owner, Areola. 

Sebolt C. G^, land owner. Little River. 

Sebolt Casper, land owner. Areola. 

Seibert Samuel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Seigle Richard, farmer and laud owner, Mon- 
roevilie. 

Seler Minrod, land owner, Foit Wayne. 

Selgamar Louis, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Sellear Frank, Fort Wayne. 

Sellear John, Fort Wayne. 

Sellers Amos, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Sellers J. A., miller, Perry. 

Selzbranner Godfrey, land owner, New Haven 

Sepiey George A., lab, Fort Wayne. 

Sessman David, land owner. Areola. 

Sessraan James, lab. Areola. 

Sessman William, carpenter. Areola. 

Shadle Daniel, land owner. Little River. 

Shae Patrick, farmer, New Haven. 

Shafer Frederick, farmer, Harlan. 

Shafer George, land owner. Little River. 

Shafer Washington, land owner. Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Shaffer Amasa, (Shaffer & Youngker,) Mon- 
roevilie. 

Shaffer Charles, Fort Waynfe. 

Shaffer Christian, Fort Wayne. 

Shaffer Frederick, farmer, Leo. 

Shaffer Jabez Rev., Monroevilie. 

Shaffer James, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roevilie. 

Shaffer John, carpenter, Perry. 



Shaffer John, general store and post master, 

Hall's Corners. 
Shaffer Juhn, land owner, Monroevilie. 
Shaffer William, Fort Wayne. 
Shaffer Wiiiiam, land owner, Monroevilie. 
Shaffer William, Jr., Fort Wavne. 
SHAFFER & YOUNGKER, (Amasa Shaffer 

and Joseph L. Younker,) general store. 

Main St., Monroevilie. 
Shaler John, land owner. Fort Wavne. 
Shambough Daniel, carpenter and land owner, 

Leo. 
Shannon Boyd, general store and justice of 

the peace, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Shannon C. F.. Fort Wayne. 
Shane John R., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Sharpenbug Henry, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Shasaell John, Fort Wayne- 
Shassell Peter, Fort Wayne. 
Shassell William, Fort Wayne. 
Shaughnessey John, land owner, New Haven. 
Shaughnessey Martin, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., 

Fort Wayne. 
Shaughnessey Thomas, farmer. Little River. 
Shaughnessey William, lab P. Ft. W. & C. 

Ry., Fort Wayne. 
Shea Cornelius, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 

Wayne. 
Shea Timothy, Fort Wayne. 
Sheafer William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Shearer Jacob, land owner, Little River. 
Shearer L., farmer, Root. 
Shearer Philip, landowner, Little River. 
Shechan D., Jr., farmer, Monroevilie. 
Sheehan James, land owner, Monroevilie. 
Sheehan John, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roevilie. 
Sheehan William, farmer and laud owner, 

Munroeville. 

Shell Frank V. V., 

lawyer, notary public, ins. agt, real es- 
tate and collecting agt, cor Main and 
South sts, Monroevilie. 

Shell George W., land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Shell Jacob H., (Shell & Baker,) Monroevilie. 

Shell Philip, landowner. Hall's Corners. 

Shell Samuel, Monroevilie. 

Shell & Baker (Jacob H. Shell and Michael L. 
Baker,) grocers and saloon keepers, cor 
South and Main sts, Monroevilie. 

Shellner George, shoemkr. Perry. 

Shelton Martin, Fort Wayne. 

Shempeck Daniel, land owner, Leo. 

Shephard Levi H., farmer. Maples. 

Shepherd Daniel, foreman Edgerton & Co. 
Woodburn. 

Shepherd Richard, Stave cutter Edgerton & 
Co., Woodburn. 

Shepherd R. M., lab, Leo. 

Sheppard A. P., Fort Wayne. 

Sherden Andrew, laud owner. Fort Wayne. 

Sheridan James, land owner, New Haven. 

Sherman Dedrick, land owner. Root. 

Sherman Dedrick, Jr., farmer. Root. 

Sherman Frederick, land owner. Root. 

Sherman John, farmer, New ILiven. 

Sherman Stuart, farmer, New Haven. 



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Sherman W. H., Monroevllle. 

Sheveistine George, farmer, Root. 

Shibler Samuel, Chamberlain. 

Shick George, Fort Wayne. 

Shier Christian, farmer. Maples. 

Shields William, lah, Harlan. 

Shiman Christopher, farmer. Maples. 

Shiman William, farmer. Maples. 

Shimp Richard, land owner, Leo. 

Shirley Edwin, wks J. McKendry & Co., New 
Haven. 

Shirley Robert B., land owner, Woodburn. 

Shirley William J , land owner, Woodburn. 

Shive Chester, land owner. Little River. 

Shive John, landowner. Little River. 

Shive Joseph, land owner, Little River. 

Shire Peter, farmer. Perry, 

Rhoaff Jacob, farmer, Root. 

Shoaff D. M., land owner, Perry. 

ShoafF James B., land owner, Perry. 

Shoaff Jeremiah, land owner, Perry. 

Shoaff John, farmer. Perry. 

Shoaff Samuel, lab, Perry. 

Shoaff William, land owner. Perry. 

Shoere George, farmer, New Haven. 

Shofter August, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Shogle Joseph, cooper J. Begue & Co., New 
Haven. 

Shonegee Martin, lab. Areola. 

Shoneyness William, lab. Areola. 

Shook Philip, land owner. Root. 

ShookniMi Jacob, wks Fitch & Mapel, Ma- 
ples. 

Shookman John, land owner, Monroeville. 

Shookman John, land owner, Monroeville. 

Shookman Philip, land owner, Monroeville. 

Shopman Dedrick, farmer. Maples. 

Shopman William, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Shorden David, lab, Fort Wayne. 

Shorden George, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Shorden Stephen, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Shott John, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Shouk Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Shoup Nathaniel, land owner, Zanesville. 

Shour Michael, land owner, Leo. 

Shrader Henry, farmer, Root. 

Shrimer Charles, land owner, Chamberlain. 

Shriver William M., land owner. Fort Wayne 

Shroeder Frederick, land owner. Root. 

Shryoek Samuel, Fort Wayne. 

Shuler John, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Shuler Lorenzo, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Shuler William, lab, Fort Wayne. 

Shultz Christopher, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Shup George, farmer. Root. 

Shurtys W. H., land owner, Litchfield. 

Shutt Daniel, land owner, Harlan. 

Shutt George, land owner, Spencerville P. 0. 
DeKalb Co. 

Shutt Jacob, land owner, Spencerville, De- 
Kalb Co. 

Siebold David, Fort Wayne. 

Siebrinn; Small, Fort Wayne. 

Sieus Louis, farmer. Areola. 

Sievers Henry, wks McKendry's stave factory, 
New Haven. ; 

Sikep Valentine, farmer, Litchfield. 

Silking Conrad, farmer. Maples. 



Silvers Henry, cooper J. McKendry & Co., 

New Haven. 
Silvers Jacob, landowner, Zanesville. 
Silvers John, land owner, Zanesville. 
Simmons Francis, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Simmotis James, saw mill. Fort Wayne. 
Simmons Joseph, farmer. New Haven. 
Simon G«orge, land owner. Perry. 
Simon Solomon, laud owner. Perry. 
Simons J., farmer, Monroeville. 
Simonton James, land owner, Zanesville. 
Simonton Hiram, land owner. Perry. 
Simpson James, farmer, Woodburn. 
Sinell S., land owner. Areola. 
Sines William W., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Sinram Frederii'k, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Sipes Seth M., farmer. Perry. 
Sipes Isaiah W., farmer. Perry. 
Sites Emery, farmer, Roanoke. 
Sites J., (Sites & Meyer,) Zanesville. 
Sites Malachi, land owner, Zanesville. 
Sitzman Peter, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Sites & Meyers, (J. Sites and Meyers,) 

saw mill proprs, Zanesville. 
Skellinger Sylvester, general store, Maysville, 

Harlan P 0. 
Skimmer Jonas, land owijcr, Harlan. 
Slade James H. Rev., pastor M. E. Church, 

Harlan. 
Slack Benjamin C, miller and engineer Mon- 
roeville Mills, Monroeville. 
Slagel John, farmer. New Haven. 
Slattery M., farmer, Monroeville. 
Sleramer George, farmer and land owner, 

Monroeville. 
Sloffer Aaron, Jr., land owner, Perry. 
Sloffer Aaron, Sr., land owner, Perry. 
Small John, land owner. Root. 
Small John, shoemaker D. Glassmire, New 

Haven 
Small P., Jr., school teacher. New Haven. 
Small Perrinton, land owner. New Haven. 
Small Robert, land owner. Root. 
Smalts George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Smalts John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Smead John M., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Smead Thomas H., lab. Fort Wayne. 
Smith A. J., farmer, Leo. 
Smith A. J., farmer, Litchfield. 
Smith Albert, blksmith, Monroeville. 
Smith Alonzo D., land owner, Litchfield. 
Smith Anthony, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Smith Arnold, land owner, Monroeville. 
Smith Carl, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Smith Charles H., land owner and trustee. 

New Haven. 
Smith Cyrus, farmer. New Haven. 
Smith Daniel, Fort Wayne. 
Smith Daniel D., farmer, Areola. 
Smith David, Leo. 

Smith David, laud owner, Monroeville. 
Smith David P., farmer, New Haven. 
Smith E. B., farmer, Monroeville. 
Smith Ellis, lab, Areola. 
Smith Elisha, land owner, Litchfield. 
Smith Ely, lab, Litchfield. 
Smith Ermin, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Smith Finley, land owner. Little River. 



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Smith Forrest, farmer, New Haven. 

Smith Francis, farmer. New Haven. 
Smith Franklin, farmer, Perry. 
Smith G. M., speculator, Litchfield 
Smith George, land owner. Root. 

Smith Henry, farmer, New Haven. 

Smith Henry, farmer, Root. 

Smith J. J , farmer, Zanesville. 

Smith J. W. T., land owner, Zanesville. 

Smith Jacob, farmer. New Haven. 

Smith Jacob, land owner, Little River. 

Smith James, farmer, Arcol i. 

Smith James, land owner, Zanesville. 

Smith James H., farmer, Areola. 

Smith James Jr., farmer, Zanesville. 

Smith Jeremiah, lab, Areola. 

Smith Jeremiah, lab, Litchfield. 

Smith Jeremiah, land owner. Root. 

Smith John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Smith John, land owner. Maples. 

Smitli John, land owner. Root. 

Smith John, land owner, Zanesville. 

Smith John, wks J. McKendry k Co., New 
Haven. 

Smith John M., land owner, Monroeville. 

Smith JohnW., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Smith Joseph, estate of, Woodburn. 

Smith Joseph, farmer. New Haven. 

Smith Josiah, farmer. Perry. 

Smith Kelly, land owner, Harlan. 

Smith Lewis, Areola. 

Smitii Michael, land owner, Areola. 

Smith Nathan, land owner, Litchfield. 

Smith Peter, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Smith Peter S., Fort Wayne. 

Smitli Robert, land owner, Litchfield. 

Smith Samuel, farmer. New Haven. 

Smith Samuel, farmer, Perry. 

Smith Samuel, land owner. Little River. 

Smith Tliomas, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Smith W. B., Fort Wayne. 

Smith Williuin, farmer. Root. 

Smith Willi .m, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Smith Williain, Jr., farmer. New Haven. 

Smith Williani, Sr., farmer. New Haven. 

Smith William V., land owner, Perry. 

Smith William W., farmer, Harlan. 

Smithey Enos, carpenter. Root. 

Smithey George, farmer. Root. 

Smithley George, land owner. Perry. 

Smithley William, lab, Fort Wayne. 

Snellenberger C, wks Baker & Co., Monroe 
ville. 

Snerley Jacob, land owner, Zanesville. 
I Snider Alfred, farmer, Maples. 

Snider Frederick, land owner, Areola. 

Snider George, land owner, Miiples. 
[ Snider Jacob, farmer. Little River. 

Snider James, land owner, Maples. 

Snider John H., farmer. New Haven. 

Snider Samuel, land owner, Little Uivrr. 

Sniters Charles, land owner, Zanesville. 

Suiters Daniel, farmer, Zanesville. 

Sniters Jacob, farmer, Zanesville. 

Snyder Anthony, land owner, Harlan. 

Snyder C, land owner, Perry. 

Snyder Christian, land owner. Areola. 

Snyder Daniel, landowner, Chamberlan 



Snyder Feltan, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Snyder Frederick, farmer, Harlan. 

Snyder George, fanner, Harlan. 

Snyder George, land owner. Areola. 

Snyder Goorge R., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Snyder Henry, farmer, Harlan. 

Snyder Henry, land owner, Leo. 

Snyder Henry, land owner. Root. 

Snyder Jacob, land owner, Harlan. 

Snyder Jacob M , land owner, Harlan. 

Snyder John, farmer Fort Wayne. 

Snyder John, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Snyder John, land owner. Root. 

Snyder John, Sr., land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Snyder John W., landowner. Root. 

Snvder Lewis, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Snyder Louis, (Deventer & Snyder,) Hamil 

ton, Leo P. 0. 
Snyder Philip, land owner. Root. 
Snyder S. W., (Monesmith & Snyder,) Root. 
Snyder Saffra, land owner, Harlan. 
Snyder Simon, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Snyder Solomon, land owner. Root. 
Snvder William, blacksmith, Leo. 
Soien John, land owner. Areola. 
Solga Conrad, farmer. Fort Wayne.^ 
Somers Henry, farmer, Little River. 
Somers Noah, farmer. Little River. 
Somers Theodore, cooper. Little River. 
Sommers Andrew, land owner. Root. 
Sommers Harrison, farmer. Root. 
Sommers Williain, land owner, Root. 
Sordelet Arson, land owner. Perry. 
Sordelet Augustus, farmer. Perry. 
Sordelet P. J., farmer. Perry. 
Sordilett Peter, land owner, St. Vincent. 
Sordlet Jacob, firmer. New Haven. 
Sordlet Louis, farmer. New Haven. 
Sordlit Nicholas, farmer. New Haven. 
Sorg George, landowner, Root. 
Sorg George, Jr., land owner. Root. 
Sorg Henry, farmer. Root. > 

Sorg Joseph, land owner, Root. 
Sorg Joseph, Jr., land owner, Root. 
Sorg Michael, farmer. Root. 
Sorg Peter, land owner. Root. 
Sorg Theodore, farmer. Root. j 

Sork Henry, farmer. Root. 
Sork Jacob, farmer. Root. 
Souder Jacob, land owner, Leo. 
Soule John, farmer, Leo. 
Sourf F., farmer. Root. 
Souser John 0., land owner, Chamberlain. 
Sovent Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Sovent Philip, Fort Wayne. 
Sovine Eugene, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Sovine George, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Sowder Christian, Hall's Corners. 
S.)wder Jo.sepli, Hall's Corners. 
Sower John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Sowers ilenry, faimer. Areola. 
Sowers Martin, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Spanburg Jacob R., land owner, Perry. 
Spangler Ephraim, Fort Wayne. 
Sprangler George, Fort Wayne. 
Specman William, wagonnikr. Perry. 
Spelt Thomas, shoemkr. Fort Wayne. 
Spencer Benjamin, land owner. Perry. 



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Spencer John, land owner, Monroeville. 

Spencer Perry, land owner. Hall's Corners 

Spencer Seth, farmer, Hall's Corners. 

Spere W., farmer, Monroeville. 

Spereisen Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Spindler John, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Spindler Martin, Fort Wayne. 

Spindler Peter, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Spindler Wilson S., farmer. Chamberlain. 

Spice John Jr., Litchfield. 

Spice John, Sen., Litchfield. 

Spitler Elias, farmer, Leo. 

Spitler Elias, lab, Leo. 

Spitler Henry, farmer, Leo. 

Spitler Henry, land owner, Leo. 

Spitler William, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Spitz George, wagonmkr and land owner, 
Fort Wayne. 

Spitz Michael, wagonmkr and land owner. 
Fort Wayne. 

Spooler J. W., farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 

Sprague Leroy, farmer, Chamberlain. 

Sprague U. B., farmer. Maples. 

Sprang Christian, farmer. Little River. 

Sprang J. F , land owner. Little River. 

Sprang Philip G., farmer. Little River. 

Sprankle John, land owner. Fort Wayno. 

Spratt William, physician and surgeon, Ham- 
ilton, Leo P. 0. 

Spraw Edmund, Fort Wayne. 

Spriner Jacob, farmer. Areola. 

Springer Daniel, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Springer J. M., tailor, Little River. 

Squires Lafayette, farmer. Hall's Corners. 

Squires Piatt, farmer, Hall's Corners. 

Stager Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Stahl Samuel, farmer. Fort Wayue. 

Stabler George, Fort Wayne. 

Stall G., land owner. Areola. 

Stalte Adolph, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Stanford James, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Stapleton Joshua, land owner, New Haven. 

Starks Joseph, land owner, Woodburu. 

Starr Charles, lab. Hall's Corners. 

Starr Gilbeit, land owner, Harlau. 

Starrett Samuel, farmer, Harlan. 

Stantcliff J. M., Fort Wayne. 

STRASS MORRIS, post master and dealer 
in dry goods, clothing, groceries, crock- 
ery ware provisions &c., South st, Mon- 
roeville. 

Staufifer Absalom, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Stauifer William H., carpenter and land own- 
er. Chamberlain. 

Steel David, land owner, Leo. 

Steel Jacob, farmer. New Haven. 

Steel John, lab, Leo. 

Steel Martin, farmer. New Haven. 

Steele James M., (Dunham & Steele,) Mon- 
roeville. 

Stegall Andrew J., Chamberlain. 

Stein John, Fort Wayne. 

Stein Peter, Fort Wayne. 

Steinman Adam, Fort Wayne. 

Stelhorn Henry, farmer. New Haven. 

Stephens Henry, farmer, Zanesville. 

Stephens James, farmer, Zanesville. 



Stephens John, land owner, Zanesville. 
Stodhens Samuel, farmer, Zanesville. 
Stephen Thomas, general store, Cuba, Harlan, 

P.O. 
Stephenson John D., farmer and land owner, 

Monroeville. 
Sterlin Alexander, land owner. Perry. 
Sterlin Jackson, land owner, Perry. 
Sterlin James, land owner. Perry. 
Sterling Stephens, land owner, Monroeville. 
Sterling William R., land owner. Areola. 
Sternberg Pencil, farmer. New Haven. 
Sternberg William, farmer, New Haven. 
Stese William, farmor, Fort Wayue. 
Steupe Lewis, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Steward Stacey, farmer. New Haven. 
Stewart Alexander, grocery and saloon, Ha- 
milton, Leo, P. 0. 
Stewart Jacob, wks Gothe & Co., New Haven. 
Stewart William, Fort Wayne. 
Stewart William, lab, Woodburn. 
Stillborn Dedrick, farmer. New Uaveu. 
Siillhorn Frederick, Fort W.iyne. 
Stilson Amat, wks Hall, Schnelker & Co., 

New Haven. 
Stilson Daniel, wks Hall, Schnelker & Co., 

New Haven. 
Stilson David, lawyer, New Haven. 
Stilts John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Stilts William, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Stiltz George, farmer. New Haven. 
Stineacker August, Fort Wayne. 
Stineacker Edward, Foft Wayne. 
Steinbaugh Michael, land owner. Little 

River. 
Stinow John, farmer. Root. 
Stirk Samuel W , farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Stirk William, land owner and carpenter, 

Fort Wayne.. 
Strilen William C, land owner, St. Vincent. 
Stiver Henry, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Stiver Jacob, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Stiver William, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Stock George, Fort Wayne. 
Stocks William, wks J. McKendry & Co., 

New Haven. 
Stoldcr Peter, farmer, Monroeville. 
Stoll Conrad, Fort Wayne. 
Stoll Daniel, land owner, Harlan. 
Stoll Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Stoll Jacob, land owner, Leo. 
Stoll .John, farmer, Chamberlain. 
Stoll Peter, land owner, Leo. 
Stone Anson, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Stone Thadeus B., landowner. Chamberlain. 
Stoneman P. M., farmer and land owner, 

Monroeville. 
Stoner Henry, (Stoner, Miller & Co.,) Cedar- 

ville, Leo, P. 0. 
Stoner John, (Stoner, Miller & Co.,) Cedar- 

ville, Leo, P. 0. 
Stoner, Miller & Co., (John and Henry Stoner, 

and Jeremiah Miller, saw and flour mills, 

Cedarville, Leo, P. 0. 
Stoots Joseph, New Haven. 
Stopher John, wagonmkr, Maysville, Harlan. 
Stopher Joseph D., wks saw mill, Harlan. 
Stophlet Frank, Fort Wayne. 



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Stroke Frederick, Fort W aj'ne. 
Stouder Hai vey F", farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Stoudor Simeon W., land owner and Justice 

of the Peace, Fort Wayne. 
Stoudor Solomon B., land owner, Fort 

Wayne. 
Stout George, farmer and land owner, Mon- 

roeville. 
Stover John, land owner, Leo. 
Stranger Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Strasburn William, Fort Wayne. 
Strass Jacob, elk M. Strass, Monroevillc 
Strass M., merchant, Monroeville. 
Strasser Robert, Fort Wayne. 
Strater Isaac, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Strater John, land owner. Perry. 
Strock Charles, Fort Wayne. 
Strock Henry, farmer, New Haven. 
Strong Jesse R., (Baker & Co.,) Monroeville. 
Strong William P., land owner, Perry. 
Stuckey Jacob, land owner, Leo. 
Studacker John, Fort Wayne. 
Stump John, land owner, Roanoke. 
Stump Samuel, land owner, Roanoke. 
Sturgeon A. F., farmer, Root. 
Sturm Jacob, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Stwick William, Jr., farmer, Leo. 
Sullivan J. E., land owner, Perry. 
Sullivan Michael, wks T. W. & W. Ry., New 

Haven. 
Sullivan Patrick, wks J. Begue & Co., New 

Haven. 
Sullivan Peter, land owner, Leo. 
Summer Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Summers Ambrose, land owner, Perry 
Summers Charles, farmer, Zanesville. 
Summers Christian, farmer, Harlan. 
Summers David, farmer, Zanesville. 
Summers Frederick, land owner, Zanesville. 
Summers Jacob, land owner, Harlan. 
Snmmers Richard, land owner, Leo. 
Sunderland Benjamin, land owner. Ft. Wayne. 
Sunderland John W., land owner. Ft. Wayne. 
Sunderland Joseph R., land owner, Fort 

Wayne. 
Sunderland Peter, land owner, Litchfield. 
Surface John, land owner. Perry. 
Surface Stephen, farmer, Perry. 
Surgarts William landowner, New Haven. 
Suttenfield A. M., farmer, New Haven. 
Swadner Jacob, farmer, Spencerville, De- 

Kalb Coonty. 
Swadner Jacob, Jr., farmer, Hall's Corners. 
Swagart Samuel, land owner, Zanesville. 
Swager Peter, Fort Wayne. 
Swan Robert, wks Hall, Schnelker & Co., 

New Haven. 
Swan Scott, land owner, Chamberlain. 
Swank Christian, farmer, Little River. 
Swank Daniel, land owner, Little River. 
Swank Thomas, land owner, Little River. 
Swa!itz & Bro., carpenters, New Haven. 
Swarlin Alexis, farmer, Maples. 
Swartz Adam, Fort Wayne. 
Swartz Charles, Fort Wayne. 
Swartz G. W., farmer and land owner. Fort 

Wayne. 
Swartz George, Fort Wayne. 



Swartz I., farmer and land owner. Ft. Wayne. 

Swartz J. B., carpenter, Perry. 

Swartz Jacob, land owner, Leo. 

Swartz John, farmer and land owner Mon- 
roeville. 

Swartz John, land owner, Chamberlain. 

Swartz Joseph, land owner, Chamberlain. 

Swartz Joseph, land owner, Leo. 

Swartz Joseph, land owner, Leo. 

Sweaney Jacob, carpenter, Monroeville. 

Sweeney Joscjjh, farmer. New Haven. 

Sweeney Thomas W., Fort Wayne. 

Sweet Benjamin, faimer Root. 

Sweet Charles, farmer. Root. 

Sweet Francis, land owner and carpenter, 
Areola. 

Sweet G. B., land owner, Harlan. 

Sweet Joseph N., land owner, Woodburn. 

Sweet Joshua, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Sweet William, cooper, Root. 

Swift Alpheus, (Swift & Bro.,) Monroeville. 

Swift & 13ro,, (Alpheus and Bayless,) proprs 
Monroeville Mills, Monroeville. 

Swlnehart David, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Swinehart George, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Swinehart William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Swisher J. M. farmer, Harlan. 

Swisher Saul, lab, Woodburn. 

Switesor Benjamin, lab, Perry. 

''PAGDE James, land owner, Litchfield. 
i_ Tait James L., lab, Fort Wayne. 

Tam Silas, Sr., Fort Wayne. 

Tanny David, shoemaker, Areola. 

Tarr P. S., faimer, New Haven. 

Taylor Arthur M., farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Taylor Geogre, wks Ralya & Robertson, Mon- 
roeville. 

Taylor J. M., farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Taylor J. M., land owner, Perry. 

Taylor Jacob, farmer, Harlan. 

Taylor Jacob, farmer, Monroeville. 

Taylor James, farmer, Woodburn. 

Tavlor James W., Fort Wayne. 

TAYLOR JOSEPH E., propr New Haven 
Hotel, New Haven. 

Taylor R. S., Fort Wayne. 

Taylor Thomas, land owner. Perry. 

Taylor Uri, farmer, Woodburn. 

Taylor W. J., Fort Wayne. 

Taylor William, land owner, Woodburn. 

Tebo Francis, farmer, St. Vincent. 

Telford William G., land owner, Fort Wayne 

Teple John, lab, Perry. 

Teram Andrew, land owner, Leo. 

Ternna Frank, land owner. New Haven. 

Terry Carmin, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Thaclier Ephriam, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Thair George F , farmer, Harlan. 

Tharp George, farmer, Monroeville. 

Thatcher James, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Thatcher Theodore, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Theal Gilbert, shoemaker, Hamilton, Leo 
P.O. 

Theele Conrad, land owner, Little River. 

Thele Frederick, Fort AVayne. 

Thele Henry, larmer. New Haven 



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Thierne Theodore, wks Hall, Schnelker & Co., 

New Haven. 
Thimler John, land owner. Chamberlain. 
Thomas Calvin, land owner and post master, 

Litchfield. 
Thomas David, school teacher, Leo. 
Thomas Haslett, Sr., land owner, Fort Wayne 
Thomas Isaiic W., land owner, Woodburn. 
Thomas J. M., Fort Wayne. 
Thomas James, physician and surgeon. New 

Haven. 
Thomas John, Fort Wayne. 
Thomas John, land owner, Harlan. 
Thomas Jonathan, preacher. Perry. 
Thomas Joseph, farmer, Chamberlain. 
Thomas L., plasterer, Leo. 
Thomas Michael, land owner, Leo. 
Thomas WiJHam, farmer, Harlan. 
Thomas William, lab, Leo. 
Thompson Byron S., Fort Wayne. 
Thompson Dallas W., farmer, Perry. 
THOMPSON EDWIN T., station agent P. Ft. 

W. & C. Ry. ; also, agent American Ex- 
press, and telegraph operator, Monroe- 

ville. 
Thompson J. 0., land owner and carpenter, 

Roanoke. 
Thompson James, farmer, Maples. 
Thomp.son James, land owner. Root. 
Thompson James, wks Baker & Co., Monroe- 

ville. 
Thompson Jeremiah, Fort Wayne. 
Thompson John, wks Ralya & Robertson, Mon- 

roeville. 
Thompson John A„ wks Hall, Schnelker & 

Co., New Haven. 
Thompson Milo, wks Hall, Schnelker & Co., 

New Haven. 
THOMPSON MILTON, post master and ins 

agt, New Haven. 
Thompson Moses W., farmer, Perry. 
Thompson Myron, wks J. McKendry & Co., 

New Haven. 
Thompson Riley, lab, Leo. 
Thompson William, land owner, Leo. 
Thornton S. A., land owner. Perry. 
Thorp George F., carpenter, Maysville, Harlan 

P. 0. . 

Thorp H. D., land owner, Harlan 
Thorp William W., lab, Harlan. 
Thumb Jacob, miller and farmer. Blooming- 
dale. 
Thurber Mark, land owner. Little River. 
Tiabald Dedrick, Fort Wayne. 
Tibbett Bernard, farmer. New Haven. 
Tibbett Herman, land owner. New Haven. 
Tilberry Harrison, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Tilberry James, land owner, Root. 
Tilberry James E., constable and land owner. 

Fort Wayne. 
Tilbery John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Tilberry Marcus, farmer and brickmkr. New 

Haven. 



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Tilden T. W., land owner. Perry. 

Tilker Conrad, Fort Wayne. 

Tilker Henry, Fort Wayne. 

Tillman John, land owner. Maples. 

Tilton Josiah, Fort Wayne. 

Timbrook John, (Fox, Timbrook & Co.,) Mays- 
ville, Harlan P. 0. 

Timbrook William, land owner, Spencerville, 
DeKalb Co. 

Timme Henry, carpenter. New Haven. 

Timme Joseph, farmer, New Haven. 

Timme Theodore, lab. New Haven. 

Timmerman H. A., lab, Leo. 

Timmy Barney, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Tindoll 0., land owner, Leo. 

Tinkham Benjamin F., boatman, New Haven, 

Tinkham John P., gardener, New Hi.ven. 

Tiseran John, lab; New Haven. 

Tiseran Louis, brickmkr, New Haven. 

Tisram Joseph, wks J. Begue & Co., New 
Haven. 

TobyHeman, land owner. Little River. 

Todd A. B., land owner, Monroeville. 

Todd Eli, farmer. Maples. 

Todd James, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Todd Jesse, land owner, Monroeville. 

Todd Jesse W., land owner, Monroeville. 

Todd John W., land owner, Monroeville. 

Todd Martin, lab, Monroeville. 

Todd Martin V., lab, Monroeville. 

Todd T. J., farmer and land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Tolson Benjamin, Fort Wayne. 

Tourney Gabriel, laud owner. Perry. 

Tournev Michael, section foreman repairs P. 
Ft." W. & C. Ry., Fort Wayne. 

Tournier Adolphe, gardener, Fort Wayne. 

Townsend George, land owner, New Haven. 

Townsend J. M., Fort Wayne. 

Townsend Peter, farmer and carpenter, Maples. 

Tracey Lucas, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 
Wayne. 

Tracy Christopher, farmer. Perry. 

Tracy Elias, lab. Perry. 

Tracy Joseph, lab, Areola. 

Tracy William, lab. Areola. 

Trainer John, carriagemkr, Roanoke, Hunt- 
ington Co. 

Trainer John, land owner, Roanoke, Hunting- 
ton Co. 

Trainer R. S., farmer, Roanoke, Huntington 
I County. 

! Trainer Robert, farmer, Roanoke, Huntington 
i County. 

I Trainer William, land owner, Roanoke, Hunt- 
' ington Co. 

TRAVELER'S ACCIDENT INS. CO. OF 
HARTFORD, F. V. V. Shell, agt, Mon- 
roeville. 

Treaset Sebastian, farmer. Little River. 

Treer John, Fort Wayne. 

Trees George, land owner, Leo. 

Trees Henry, land owner, Leo. 

Trees William, land owner, Leo. 

Treevy J J., land owner, Little River. 

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Trick John, land owner, Little River. 

Trien Francis, land owner, Areola. 

Trien Jacob, farmer, Areola. 

Trimmer Jneob, farmer. Chamberlain. 

Tring W. H. D., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Tromater Lyons, farmer. New Haven. 

Troutman George, land owner, Root. 

Troutman Henry, land owner. Root. 

Troutman Peter, farmer. Root. 

Troutner Ezekiel, Fort Wayne. 

Troumer John, farmer. New Haven. 

True H. T., dry goods. Root. 

Truitt Thomas W., Fort Wayne. 

Tiumball Jacob, lab, Fort Wayne. 

Tubbs Charles, engineer J. Begue & Co , 

New Haven. 
Tucker Abner, land owner. Perry. 
Tucker Francis, land owner. Perry. 
Tucker George, farmer. Perry. 
Tucker Isaac, farmer, Perrv. 
Tucker Jacob, farmer, Peiry. 
Tucker James, millwright, Perry. 
Tucker John, lab, Perry. 
Tucker Thomas, land owner. Perry. 
Tucker Thomas, Sen., laud owner, Perry. 
Tunkle Henry. Leo. 
Turner Asa, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Turner Enoch, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Turner H. K., land owner. Root. 
Turner James, carpenter. Fort Wayne. 
Turner Jolm, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Turner Samuel, farmer, Monroeville. 
Turner William N., farmer. Root. 
Tusteson Cyrus, land owner. New Haven. 
Tusteson Nelson, land owner. New Haven. 
Tyler A. G., land owner, Litchfield. 
Tyler Timothy, lab, Litchfield. 

UBELE Christian, land owner, Fort 
Wayne. 
Uhlinger Charles, Fort Wayne. 
Ulberts George, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Ulery John, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Ulery Levi, land owner. Root. 
Ulmer Christopher, farmer. New Haven. 
Umbaugh G. W., farmer and land owner, 

Monroeville. 
Umphrey Joseph, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Unger A. F., land owner. Little River. 
Unger Ernest, farmer. New Haven. 
Ungerer Michael, cooper J. Begue & Co., 

New Haven. 
United States Express Co., Wm, M. Bell, 

agt. New Haven. 
Updegraff John E., farmer, Leo. 
Updegriff Thomas, land owner, Woodburn. 
Urbine Cashmire, land owner, Maples. 
Urbine Joseph, Jr., land owner, Perry. 

VALENTINE Jackson, land owner. Perry. 
Valentine John, land owner. Perry. 
Valaquet Peter, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Valea Lewis, lab, Harlan. 
Van Allen J. H., lab. New Haven. 
Vanbuskirk James, farmer, Monroeville. 
Van Buskirk Joseph, farmer and land owner, 
Monroeville. 



Van Camp James, farmer, Leo. 
Vanderbush A., Fort Wayne. 
Vandewater A., land owner, Areola. 
Vandewater George, land owner. Areola. 
Vandejvater M., lab, Areola. 
Vandolah Benjamin, farmer. Perry. 
Vandolah Joseph, land owner. Perry. 
Vandolah Thomas, farmer. Perry. 
Vandrau Jacob, land owner. New Haven. 
Vanduzen George, lab, Leo. 
Van Hoosen Nathaniel, land owner. Fort 

Wayne. 
Van Horn a. J., patent right agt, Monroe- 
ville. 
Van Horn George, land owner. New Haven. 
Van Horn William, farmer, Monroeville. 
Vanhorn William, hnid owner. Root. 
Vanosdale Benjamin, farmer and land owner, 

Monroeville. 
Vanurder Henry, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Vanurder William, carpenter, Woodburn. 
Vanzile Abraham, land owner, Leo. 
Vanziie Ezra, land owner, Leo. 
Vanzile John, land owner, Leo. 
Vanziles Daniel, land owner. Perry. 
Vanziles Thomas, tanner, Perr}'. 
Vaughn James M., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Vaughn Martin, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Vaughn Willard, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Vaschon Z., land owner, Liitle River. 
Vegalis Jacob, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Veilman Joseph, farmer. Perry. 
"Venander Peter, carpenter, Leo. 
Verea John, farmer. New Haven. 
Verline Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Vibarg Conrad H., land owner, Leo. 
Vibarg Harmon, land owner, Leo. 
Vibarg R. L., far.ner, Leo. 
Vilinian Rudolph, farmer. Maples. 
Viliman Ulrich, farmer. Maples. 
Vining Isaac, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Vining James W., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Vining John, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Violand Joseph, farmer. Maples. 
Vodde Chrisiian, farmer. New Haven. 
Vodde William, farmer, New Haven. 
Vogle Philip, land owner, Perrv. 
Voinant Constant, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Volkert Frederick, farmer. Hall's Corners. 
Vonderley George, farmer, Monroevdle. 
Vonderley George J., farmer, Monroeville. 
Voorse John G., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Vordermark Ernest, land owner. Fort Wayne 
Vorel Florence, farmer, Monroeville. 
Vorel Jule, farmer, Monroeville. 
Vorel Lewis, farmer, Monroeville. 
Votrey Peter, lab, New Haven. 

WAGERMAN Frederick, laborer. Fort 
Wayne. 
Wagerman John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Waggoner L. S., land owner, Monroeville. 
Wagner George, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Wagner Martin, land owner, Little River. 
Wagner Peter, Fort Wayne. 
Wagner Theodore, Fort Wayne. 
Waid G. G., land owner, Zanesvllle. 
Wainwright Babel, land owner. Fort Wayne. 



Van Camp, Daniel, farmer, Leo. 

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Wait G. W., farmer, Perry. 

Wait George W., shoemaker, Harlan. 

Wait W. W., farmer, Perry. 

Wait Warren M., shoemaker, Harlan. 

Wait William, shoemaker, Mayaville, Harlan 
P. 0. 

Wake iMniel, farmer. Little River. 

Wake George, farmer, Little River. 

Wake John, farmer. Little River. 

Waldenare John, Jr., farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Waldenare John, Senior, land owner, Fort 
Wayne. 

Waldman Benjamin, lab. Fort Wayne. 

Waldrick John, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Walker Arthur M., farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Walker Edwin F., carpenter and land owner. 
Hall's Corners. 

Walker John, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Walker Lyman, propr Monroe House, Main 
street, Monroevillf. 

Walker Marvin, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Walker Norman F., farmer, Hall's Corners. 

Walker Samuel, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Wallace William W., land owner. Fort 
Wayne. 

Walter George, lab, Harlan. 

Walter Harvey S., lab, Spencerville, DeKalb 
County. 

Walter Jefferson, land owner, Spencerville, 
DeKalb Co. 

Walters David, Fort Wayne. 

Waiters John F., farmtr. Maples. 

Walters W. B., Fort Wayne. 

Wann Daniel, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Wann George S., blacksmith. Hall's Corners. 

Wann William H., wagonmaker. Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Wansley C, peddler, Perry. 

Wanters Isaac, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Wanters Martin, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

WanterS Samuel, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Warcup John, Jr., farmer, Perry. 

Warcup John, Sr., land owner, Perry. 

Warcup William, land owner. Perry. 

Ward Daniel, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 
Wayne. 

Ward E. S., physician and suigeon, land 
owner, Zanesville. 

Ward Hiram, farmer, Maples. 

Ward William, land owner. Root. 

Warlick Henry, land owner, Zanesville. 

Warner Alexander, firmer. Perry. 

Warren Amos, blacksmith, Perrj'. 

Warner Daniel, shoemkr and land owner. 
Chamberlain. 

Warner George, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Warner George, land owner, Perry. 

Warner Jiimes, land owner, Perry. 

Warner Joseph, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Warner Joseph, Jr., land owner. Perry. 

Warner Joseph, Sr., land owner, Perry. 

Warner Samuel, land owner, Perry. 

Warren David, land owner, Woodburn. 

Warren N., farmer. Perry. 

Warren W. B.-, farmer, Perry. 

Wass John, lab, Monroeville. 

Wass Samuel, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 



Waters Daniel, land owner, Root. 
Waters George, Uud owner. Fort Wayne. 
Waters John, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Waters Oliver P., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Waters Simon, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Waters Stephen, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
\i aterson James A., farmer. Perry. 
Waterson Samuel, land owner. Perry. 
Waterson William, land owner. Perry. 
Watson Charles F., Fort Wayne. 
Watson Hiram, lab. Fort Wayne. 
Watson James, farmer and land owner, 

Monroeville. 
Watson James, land owner, Areola. 
Watson John, farmer, Hall's Corners. 
Watson John, farmer and land owner, Mon- 
roeville. 
Watson W., land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Watson William, farmer and land owner, 

Monroeville. 
Waugh Milton, land owner. Areola. 
Wavada Louis, farmer, St. Vincent. 
Weatherford John D., farmer, Perry. 
Weaver Benjamin, land owner, Little River. 
Weaver Isaiah, Fort Wayne. 
Weaver Israel, farmer. Perry. 
Weaver J. C, land owner, Roanoke. 
Weaver J. M., land owner, Roanoke. 
Weaver James, blacksmith, Maysville, Harlan 

P. 0. 
Webb James, land owner, Harlan. 
Webb John, Jr., land owner, Harlan. 
Webb John, Sen., farmer, Harlan. 
Webb William, gunsmith, Maysville, Harlan 

P. 0. 
Weber Louis, land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Webster B. H., land owner, Little River. 
Webster George, (Rout, Webster & Co.,) 

Monroeville. 
Webster H., farmer. New Haven. 
AVebster John, wks J. Begue & Co., New 

Haven. • 

Webster W. C, land owner. Little River. 
Webster William, land owner, Little River. 
Weeks Hiram, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Weeks Solomon, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Weibler Henry, Fort Wayne. 
Weibker Charles, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Weibkey Henry, carpenter. Maples. 
Weidner Abram, land owner. Hall's Corners. 
Weigel Augustus, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Weikert William H., land owner, Harlan. 
Weiler James, merchant, Monroeville. 
Weimer August, land owner. Maples. 
Weipke Frederick, Fort Wayne. 
Weipke Frederick, Jr., Fort Wayne. 

Weirbaugh , land owner, Harlan. 

Weis Nicholas, farmer. Fort Wayne. 
Weisheit Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. m 
Weisheit Peter, farmer. Fort Wayne. fl 

Weisser E., tanner. Fort Wayne. "■ 

Weizel Samuel, farmer. Perry. 
Welbbaum David, land owner. Little River. 
Welcliemer Daniel, land owner, Litchfield. 
Welchemer Luderick, land owner, Litchfield. 
Welcliemer William T., farmer, Litchfield. 
Welker Daniel , farmer. Fort Wayne. 
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Welles Isaiah, lab., Leo. 

Welles M. G., land owner, Leo. 

Welling E., farmer, New Haven. 

Welling Henry, fiirnier. New Haven. 

Wells A. H., farmer and justice of the peace, 
Fort Wayne. 

Wells Charles, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Wells David, land owner, Perry. 

Wells George, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Wells J. C, land owner, Root. 

Wells J. £., land owner, Little River. 

Wells John, farmer. New Haven. 

Wells John F., land owner, Perry. 

Wells Joseph, carpenter and land owner, 
Miiysville, Harlan P. 0. 

Wells Moses, land owner. Perry. 

Wells Samuel G., land owner. Perry. 

Welsh James, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., Fort 
Wayne. 

Welsh John, Fort Wayne. 

Welsh John, Jr., Fort Wayne. 

Welsh Patrick, Fort Wayne. 

Wendman Peter, cooper J. Begue & Co., New 
Haven. 

Wenklenian Charles, land owner, Chamber- 
Iain. 

Wentworth G. M., land owner, Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Wentv/orth Henry, land owner, Hall's Cor- 
ners. 

Wentworth Jasper, land owner, Harlan. 

.Wentworth John, land owner and constable, 
Hall's Corners. 

Weppes George, farmer, Perry. 

Werden Ezra, land owner. Hall's Corners. 

Werst Charles, land owner, Little River. 

Werst Samuel, land owner, Little River. 

Wert Henry, lab. Perry. 

Westcott D. L., Fort Wayne. 

Wescott Robert, Fort Wayne. 

West F. C, land owner. Perry. 

West Samuel, farmer, New Haven. 

West William, farmer. Fort Wayne. 

Westenfeld Charles, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Wcsterman Rudolph, landowner, Harlan. 

Weston Samuel, Fort Wayne. 

Weston William, land owner, Root. 
Whealen John, lab P. Ft. W. & C. Ry , Fort 

Wayne. 
Wheeler Schuyler, land owner, Perry. 
Wheelock Eldridge, (Wheelock & Murphy,) 

Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
WHEELOCK & MURPHY, (Eldridge G. 
Wheelock and Georjp^e Murphy,) physi- 
cians and surgeons, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Whipkey Peter, (Wilson & Whipkey,) Mon- 

roeville. 
Whitaker Joseph W., (Whitaker & Bell,) 

New Haven. 
WHITAKER & BELL, (Joseph W. Whita- 
ker and George W. Bell,) dealers in gro- 
ceries, dry goods, boots and shoes, cloth- 
ing, glass and queensware, etc., New 
Haven. 
White Bris, land owner, Perry. 
Whitehead James, wks J. McKendry & Co., 

New Haven. 
Whiteside Henry, farmer, Root. 



Witmer George, farmer and land owner. Fort 

Wayne. 
Whitmer Jo.seph, Harlan. 
Whit,meyer David, land owner. Little River. 

Wliitmire George, land owner, Root. 

Whitmore Christian, land owner, Leo. 

Whitmore Edward, land owner. Fort Wayne. 

Whitmore Eli, land owner, Monroeville. 

Whitmore Eli, Jr., land owner, Monroeville. 

Whitney A., land owner, Maples. 

Whittern Cos, farmer and land owner, MoB- 
roeville. 

Whittern Richard, farmer, .VI onroeville. 

Whittington Henry, land owner. Fort Wayne 

Whittington James, land owner. Fort Wayne 

Wicker Stephen, farmer, Perry. 

Wicker Willi.'im, fanner. Perry. 

Wicklilf Francis, land owner, "Zanesville. 

Widner Uriah, carpenter and land owner, 
Chamberlain. 

Wiekman Christian, land owner, Monroe- 
ville. 

Wiekman Henry, land owner, Monroeville. 

Wiekman William, land owner, Monroeville. 

Wilcox C. L., farmer. Perry. 

Wilcox Isaac, fumer, Harlan. 

Wilkee William, farmer. Little River. 

Wilkerson F. D., land owner, Roanoke. 

Wilkerson John, lab, New Haven 

Wilkerson Thomas, land owner, Roanoke. 

Wilkins James, Fort Wavne. 

Wilkins Philip, land owner, Zanesville. 

Wilkinson James, farmer, Perry. 

Wilkinson Thomas, Sen., land owner. Perry. 

Wilkison Henry, farmer, Perry. 

AVilkison James,lawyer,Maysville,Harlan P.O. 

Wilkison John, wks J. McKendry & Co.. New 
Haven. 

Wilkison Thomas, Jr., land owner, Perry. 

Will Nicholas, land owner. Fort AYayne. 

Wilbur George, land owner. Chamberlain. 

Williams B. D., (Williams & Bro.,) Areola. 

Williams Cyrus, farmer, Perry. 

Williams J." C, Fort Wayne.' 

Williams J. D.. (Williams & Bro.,) Areola. 

Williams Jeremiah, lab. Chamberlain. 

Williams Jeremiah, landowner, New Haven. 

Williams John, farmer, Perrv. 

Williams & Bro., (B. D. Williams and J. D. 
Williams,) grocers, Areola. 

Williamson Alexan(|er, patent rights, Monroe- 
ville. 

Williamson Andy A., cooper J. McKendry & 
Co., New Haven. 

Willie Francis, tailor, New Haven. 

Willis Charles J., farmer. Root. 

Willis George*, propr woolen fictorv, Hamil- 
ton, Leo P. 0. 

Wilson Elisha, lab, Harlan. 

Wilson George, farmer. New Haven. 

Wilson Hiram, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Wilson J. A., farmer, Zanesville. 

Wilson James, land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Wilson John, land owner, Ma[)les. 

Wilson Oscar F., (Wilson & Felts,) Zanesville 

Wilson W. C, Fort Warne. 

Wilson W. S., shoemkr, (Wilson & Whipkey,) 
Monroeville. 



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Wilson William, farmer, Perry. 

Wilson & Felts, (Oscar F. Wilson and G. J. 
Felts,) general store, Zaiiesville 

Wilson it Whipkey, (W. S, Wilson and Peter 
Whipkey,) shoemakers, Monroeville. 

Winch Calvin W., (Winch & Ashley, and 
Kemp & Winch.) Hamilton, Leo. P. 0. 

Winch & Ashley, (Calvin W. Winch and Ed- 
ward D. Asldey,) flour mill, Hamilton, 
Leu P. 0. 

Windgate John, farmer, Root. 

Wineman Peter, farmer. New Haven. 

Winey Joseph, Fort Wayne. 

Winkle Christian, farmer. New Haven. 

Winters Christian, land owner. Little River. 

Winters Jacob, land owner. Maples. 

Winters Philip, land owner. Maples. 

Wire Manuel, farmer, Mot.roeville. 

Wise Cliristian, farmer, Fort Wayne. 

Wise George, farmer, Harlan. 

Wise William, land owner, Harlan. 

Wisenburger Jacob, Fort Wayne. 

Wisoiig Isaac, land owner, Roanoke, Hunting- 
ton Co. 

Wisong J. H., farmer, Roanoke, Huntington 
County. 

Wisse P'rancis, land owner. Root. 

Withers Warren H , land owner and Internal 
Revenue Collector, Fort Wayne. 

Witsgall C, land owner, Zanesviile. 

Witz George, land owner. Ft. Wayne. 

Witzkrider M. W., Fort Wayne. 

Woefel Frederick, Fort Wayne. 

Woefel John, Fort Wayne. 

Woefel William, Fort Wayne. 

Wolbolt John, landownei, Leo. 

Wolens Isaac, Leo. 

Wolf Adolphus, land owner, Maples. 

Wolf Charles, farmer. New Haven. 

Wolf John C, cooper. New Haven. 

Wolf William, cooper, Maples". 

Wolfgang George, Fort Wayne. 

Wolford George. Fort Wayne. 

Wolford Isaac, farmer. New Haven. 

Wood Albert, land owner. Perry. 

Wood Freeman, farmer. Perry. 

Wood Oscar, farmer. Perry. 

Woods Alexander, land owner, Little River. 

Woods George, land owner. Little River. 

Woods James, land owner. Little River. 

Woods Juhu, land owner. Little River. 

Woods tiamuel, land owner, Little River. 

Woodside James, Fort Wayne. 

Woody Geoige, farmer, Perry. 

Wooltord Henry, land owner. Perry 

Worden David J., land owner, Hall's Corners. 

Work James, farmer. Maples. 

Work Silas, farmer, Maples. 

Workman Daniel, land owner, Chamberlain. 

Worley Calvin, (Palmer & Worley,) Hamil- 
ton, Leo P. 0. 

Wormcastie L., land owner, Monroeville. 

Wort David, farmer, Perry. 

Woy George, land owner. Areola. 

Wright A. S., land owner, Monroeville. 

Wright Daniel, cooper. New Haven. 

Wright Edwardjcooper, New Haven. 

Wright G., farmer, ZaUesviUe. 



Wright John H., Fort Wayne. 

Wright Nathaniel, land owner, Zanesviile. 

Wyatt Henry, farmer and carpenter.Litchfield. 

Wyatt James, land owner, Perry. 

Wyatt Nathan, farmer, Litchfield. 

Wycoff John L., land owner, Fort Wayne. 

Wyer David, farmer, Monroeville. 

Wyer George, farmer, Monroeville. 

Wyer Jacob, lab, Monroeville. 

YAGER Francis, farmer. Root. 
Yant Cornelius, land owner. Ft. Wayne. 
Yergens William, Fort Wayne. 
Yerks John, broommkr, Fort Wayne. 
Yerks Nathaniel, shoemkr.Hamilton, Leo P.O. 
Yerks William, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Yettell George, Chamberlain. 
Yobst Alexander, Fort Wayne. 
Yobst Christian, Fort Wayne. 
Yodder Isaac, land owner, Harlan. 
Yodder Joseph, land owner, Harlan. 
Yodgy John, land owner, Harlan, 
Yogga Andrew^ land owner, Leo. 
Yokel Emanuel, speculator. New Haven.) 
York Joshua, land owner, Areola. 
Young J. M., land owner, Zanesviile. 
Young Julius, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Young S. J , land owner, Zanesviile. 
Young Samuel, land owner, Roanoke. 
Young Stephen, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Youngkei Joseph L., (Shaffer & Youngker,) 

Monroeville. 
Younts Fritz, farmer. Maples. 
Youse Christian, land owner, Monroeville. 
Yurgans Henry, land owner, Fort Wayne. 

ZAGEL Andrew, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Zaler George, land owner, Leo. 
Zeigenfuse Bazzle, lab, Fort Wayne. 
Zeigenfuse William, lab, Fort Wayne. 
Zeimer John, land owner, Harlan. 
Zeimer Martin, lab, Harlan. 
Zeis Samuel, farmer, Harlan. 
Zentner James, land owner, Leo. 
Zentner John, land owner, Leo. 
Zents H. W., land owner, Fort Wayne. 
Zigler George, land owner, Leo. 
Zigler John, land owner, Root. 
Zigler Martin, farmer, Root. 
Zimmerman David, Fort Wayne. 
Zimmerman Ellas, saw mill, hotel keeper and 

land owner, Hamilton, Leo P. 0. 
Zimmerman Ezekiel, land owner. Perry. 
Zimmerman Jackson, land owner, Leo. 
Zimmerman Stephen, Fort Wayne. 
Zohman James, farmer, Perry. 
Zoller George, Fort Wayne. 
Zollinger C, farmer. Root. 
Zollinger Charles A., blksmith New Haven. 
Zollinger Frederick, wood turner. New Haven 
Zollinger Morris, blksmith New Haven. 
Zook Joseph, Fort Wayne. 
Zuber Jacob, land owner. Fort Wayne 
Zuber Joseph, land owner. Fort Wayne. 
Zuber Penthelon, farmer, New Haven. 
Zumbro Henry, carpenter. Fort Wayne. 
Zumro Joseph, farmer, Fort Wayne. 
Zurbuck Francis, farmer, New Haven. 



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THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Wk, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish jus- 
tice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general 
welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain 
and establish this constitution for the United States of America. 

Article 1. Sec. 1. All legislative powers herein granted, shall be vested in a con- 
gress of the United States, which shall consist of a senate and house of representatives. 

Sec. 2. The house of representatives shall be composed of members chosen every sec- 
cond year by the people of the several states; and the electors in each state shall have the 
qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state legislature. 

No person shall be a representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty 
five years, and been seven years a citizen of the United States, and wiio shall not, when 
elected, be an inhabitant of that state in which he shall be chosen. 

Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the several states which 
may be included within this union, according to their respective numbers, which shall be 
determined by adding to the whole number of free persons, including chose bound to service 
for a term of years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three-fifths of all other persons. Tha 
actual enunaeration shall be made within three years after the first meeting of the congress 
of the United States, and within every subsequent terra of ten years, in such manner as 
they shall by law direct. The number of representatives shall not exceed one for every 
thirty thousand, but each state shall have at least one representative, and until such enu- 
meration shall be made, the state of New Hampshire shall be entitled to choose three, 
Massachusetts eight, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations one, Connecticut five. New 
York six. New Jersey four, Pennsylvania eight, Delaware one, Maryland six, Virginia ten, 
North Carolina five. South Carolina five, and Georgia three. 

When vacancies happen in the representation from any state, the executive autliorilj 
thereof shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies. 

The house of representatives shall choose their speaker and other officers ; and shall 
have the sole power of impeachment. 

Sec. 3. The senate of the United States shall be composed of two senators from 
each state, chosen by the legislature thereof, for six years ; and each senator shall have one 
vote. 

Immediately after they shall be assembled in consequence of the first election, they sliall 
be divided as equally as may be into three classes. Tlie seats of the senators of tlie first 
class shall be vacated at the expiration of the second year, of the second class at tiie expi- 
ration of the fourth year, and of the third class at the expiration of the sixth year, so that 
one-third may be chosen every second year ; and if vacancies happen, by resignation or 
otherwise, during the recess of the legislature of any state, the executive thereof may make 
temporary appointments until the next meeting of the legiilature, which shall then fill 
such vacancies. 

No person shall be a senator who shall not have attained to the age of thirty years, 
and been nine years a citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an 
inhabitant of that state for which he shall be chosen. 

The vice-president of the United States shall be president of the senate, but shall 
have no vote, unless they be equally divided. 

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The senate shall choose their other officers, and also a president pro tempore, in the 
absence of the vice-president, or when be shall exercise the office of president of the United 
States, 

The senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments. When sitting for that 
purpose they shall be on oath or affirmation. When the president of the United States is 
tried; the chief justice shall preside ; and no person shall be convicted without the concur- 
rence of two-thirds ol the members present. 

Jud"-ment in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from office, 
and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust or profit, under the United 
States; but the party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to indictment, trial, 
judgment and punishment, according to law. 

Sec. 4. The times, places and manner of holding elections for senators and represent- 
atives, shall be prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof, but the congress may at 
any time bylaw make or alter such regulations except as to the place of choosing senators. 
The congress shall assemble at least once in every year, and such meeting shall be on 
the first Monday in December, unless they shall by law appoint a different day. 

Sec. 5. Each house shall be the judge of the elections, returns and qualifications of its 
own members, and a majority of each shall constitute a quorum to do business ; but a 
smaller number may adjourn from day to day, and may be authorized to compel the attend- 
ance of absent members, in such manner, and under such penalties as each house may 
provide. 

Each house may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish its members for disorderly 
behavior, and, with the concurrence of two-thirds, expel a member. n 

Each house shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and from time to time publish the 
same, excepting such parts as may in their judgment require secrecy ; and the yeas and 
nays of the members of either house on any question, shall, at the desire of one-fifth of 
those present, be entered on the journal. 

Neither house, during the session of congress, shall, without the consent of the other, 
adjourn for more than three days, nor to any other place than that in which the two houses 
shall be sitting. 

Sec. 6. The senntors and representatives shall receive a compensation for their ser- 
vices, to be ascertained by law, and paid out of the treasury of the United States. They 
shall in all cases, except treason, felony and breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest 
durin" their attendance at the session of their respective houses, and in going to and 
returnin"- from the same ; and for any speech or debate in either house, they shall not be 
questioned in any other place. 

No senator or representative shall, during the time for which he was elected, be 
appointed to any civil office under the authority of the United States, which shall have been 
created, or the emoluments whereof shall have been increased during such time ; and no 
person holding any office n'nder the United States, shall be a member of either house during 
his continuance in office. 

Skc. 7. All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the house of representatives, 
but the senate may propose or concur with amendments as on other bills. 

Every bill which shall have passed the house of representatives and the senate, shall, 
before it become a law, be presented to the president of the United States ; if he approve he 
shall si^n it, but if not' he shall return it, with his objections, to that house in which it 
shall have originated, who shall enter the objections at large on their journal, and proceed 
to reconsider it. If after such reconsideration two-thirds of that house shall agree to pass 
the bill, it shall be sent, together with the objections, to the other house, by which it shall 
likewise be reconsidered, aud if approved by two-thirds of that house, it shall become a 
law. But in all such cases the votes of both houses shall be determined by yeas and nayg, 
and the names of the persons voting for and against the bill sliall be entered on the journal 

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of each house respectively. If any bill shall not be returned by the president within ten 
days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a 
law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless the consress by their adjournment pre- 
vent its return, in which case it shall not be a law. 

Every order, resolution, or vote to which the concurrence of the senate and house of 
representatives may be necessary (except on a questton of adjournment) shall be presented 
to the president of the United States ; and before the same shall take effect, shall be approved 
by him, or being disapproved by him shall be repassed by two-thirds of the senate and 
house of representatives, according to the rules and limitations prescribed in the case of 
a bill. 

Sec. 8. The congress shall have power. 

To lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises, to pay the debts and provide for 
the common defence and general welfare of the United States ; but all duties, imposts and 
excises shall be uniform throughout the United States ; 

To borrow money on the credit of the United States ; 

To regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the 
Indian tribes. 

To establish an uniform rule of naturalization, and uniform laws on the subject of bank- 
ru'ptcies throughout the United States ; 

To coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, and fix the standard of 
weight's and measures ; 

To provide for the puuishraent of counterfeiting the securities and current coin of the 
United States ; 

To establish post offices and post roads ; 

To promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to 
authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries ; 

To constitute tribunals inferior to the supreme court ; 

To define and punish piracies and_^fel6nies committed on the high seas, and offenses 
against the law of nations •, 

To declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make rules concerning captures 
on land and water ; 

To raise and support armies ; but no appropriation of money to that use, shall be for a 
longer term than two years ; 

To provide and maintain a navy ; 

To make rules for the government and regulation of the land and naval forces ; 

To provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the Union, suppress insur- 
rections and repel invasions ; 

To provide for organizing, arming and disciplining the militia, aud for governing sueli 
part of them as may be employed in the service of the United States, reserving to the 
states respectively, the appointment of the officers, and the authority of training the militia 
according to the discipline prescribed by congress ; 

To exercise exclusive legislation in all cases whatsoever, over such district (not exceed- 
in" ten miles square) as may, by cession of particular stiites, and the acceptance of con- 
gress become the seat of government of the United States, and to exercise like authority 
over all places purchased by the consent of the legislature of the state in which the same 
shall be for the erection of forts, magazines, arsenals, dock yards, and other needful build- 
ings. And 

To make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the 
forecoin"- powers, and all other powers vested by this constitution in the government uf the 
United States, or in any department or officer thereof. 

Sec. 9. The migration or importation of such persons as any of the states now cx'stiag 
shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited by the congress prior to tiie year one 

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thousand eight hundred and eight ; but a tax of duty may be imposed on such importation, 
not exceeding ten dollars for each person. 

The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, unless when, in cases 
of rebellion or invasion, the public safety may require it. 
No bill of attainder or ex post facto law, shall be passed. 

No capitation or or other direct tax shall be laid, unless in proportion to the census or 
enumeration hereinbefore directed to be taken. 

No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported from any state. No preference shall 
be given by any regulation of commerce or revenue to the ports of one state over those of 
another ; nor shall vessels boui.d to or from one state be obliged to enter, clear, or pay 
duties in another. 

No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made 
by law ; and a regular statement and account of the receipts and expenditures of all public 
money shall be published from time to time. 

No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States ; and no person holding any 
office of profit or trust under them, shall, without the consent of the congress, accept of 
any present, emolument, office, or title, of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, or 
foreign state. 

Sec. 10. No state shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation ; grant letters 
of marque and reprisal ; coin money ; emit bills of credit ; make any thing but gold and 
silver coin a tender in payment of debts ; pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law 
impairing the obligation of contracts, or grant any title of nobility. 

No state shall, without the consent of the congress, lay any imposts or duties on imports 
or exports, except what may be absolutely necessary for executing its inspection laws ; and 
the net produce of all duties and imposts, laid by any state on imports or exports, shall be 
for the use of the treasury of the United States ; and all such laws shall be subject to the 
revision and control of the congress. No state shall, without the consent of congress, lay 
any duty of tonnage, keep troops or ships of war in time of peace, enter into any agreement 
or compact with another state, or with a foreign power, or engage in war, unless actually 
invaded, or in such immhient danger as will not admit of delay. 

Art. 2. Sec. 1. The executive power shall be vested in a president of the United 
.States of America. He shall hold his office during the term of four years, and, together 
•with the vice-piesident, chosen for the same term, be elected as follows: 

Each state shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct, a number 
of electors, equal to the whole number of senators and representatives to which the state 
may be entitled in the congress ; but no senator or representative, or person holding an 
office of trust or profit under the United States, shall be appointed an elector. 

The electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot for two persons, of 
whom one at least shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves. And they 
shall make a list of all the persons voted for, and of the number of votes for each ; which 
list they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of government of the United 
States, directed to the president of the senate. The president of the senate shall, in the 
presence of the senate and house of representatives, open all the certificates, and the votes 
shall then be counted. The person having the greatest number of votes shall be the presi- 
dent, if such number be a majority of the whole number of electors appointed ; and if 
there be more than one who have such majority, and have an equal number of votes, then 
the house of representatives shall immediately choose, by ballot, one of them for president ; 
and if no peison have a majority, then from the five highest on the list, the said house 
shall, in likermanner, choose the president. But in choosing the president, the votes shaii 
be taken by states, the representation from each state having one vote ; a quorum for this 
purpose shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the states, and a majority 
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dent, the person having the greatest number of votes of the electors, shall be the vice- 
president. But if there should remain two or more who have equal votes, the senate shall 
choose from them, by ballot, the vice president. 

The congress may determine the time of choosing the electors, and the day on which 
they shall give their votes ; which day shall be the same throughout the United States. 

No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States at the time of 
the adoption of this constitution, shall be eligible to the offije of president ; neither shall 
any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five 
years, and been fourteen years a resident within the United States. 

In case of the removal of the president from office, or of his death, resignation, or 
inability to discharge the powers and duties of the said office, the same shall devolve on the 
vice-president, and the congress may by law provide for the case of removal, death, resigna- 
tion or inability, both of the president and vice-president, declaring what officer shall then 
act as president, and such officer shall accordingly, until the disability be removed, or a 
president shall be elected. 

The president shall, at stated times, receive for his services a compensation, which shall 
neither be increased nor diminished during the period for which he shall have been elected, 
and he shall not receive during that period any other emolument from the United States or 
any of them. 

Before he enter upon the execution of his office, he shall take the following oath or 
affirmation: 

" I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of president of 
the United States, and will, to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the 
constitution of the United States." 

Sec. 2. The president shall be commander-in-chief of the army and navy of the United 
States, and of the militia of the several states, when called into the actual service of the 
United States; he may require the opinion in writing of the principal officer in each of the 
executive departments, upon any subject relating to the duties of their respective offices; 
and he shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United 
States, except in cases of impeachment. 

He shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the senate, to make 
treaties, provided two-thirds of the senators present concur ; and he shall nominate, and by 
and with the advice and consent, of the senate, shall appoint ambassadors, other public 
ministers and consuls, judges of the supreme court, and all other officers of the United 
States, whose appointments are not herein otherwise provided for and which shall bo 
established by law. But the congress may, by law, vest the appointment of such inferior 
officers as they think proper, in the president alone, in the courts of law, or in the heads of 
departments. 

The president shall have p;)wer to fill up all vacancies that may happen during the 
recess of the senate, by granting commissions, which shall expire at the end of their nest 
session. 

Sec. 'A. He shall from time to time give to the congress information of the state of the 
Union, and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and 
expedient. He may, on extraordinary occasions, convene both houses, or either of them ; 
and in case of disagreement between them, with respect to the time of adjournment, he 
may adjourn them to such time as he shall think proper. He shall receive ambassadors and 
other public ministers. He shall take care that the laws be faitlifuUy executed; and shall 
commission all the officers of the United States. 

Sec. 4. The president, vice president, and all civil officers of the United States, shall 
be removed from office on impeachment for, and conviction of, treason, bribery, or other 
high crimes and misdemeanors. 

Art. 3. Sec. 1. The judicial power of the United States shall be vested in one 
supreme court, and in such inferior courts as the congress may, from time to time, ordain 

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and establish. The judges, both of the supreme and inferior courts, «hall hold their offices 
during good behavior; and shall, at stated times, receive for their services a compensation 
which shall not be diminished during their continuance in office. 

Sec. '2. The judical power shall extend to all cases in law and equity, arising under 
this constitution, the laws of the United States, and treaties mades, or which shall be made, 
under their authority ; to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls ; 
to all cases of admirality and maritime jurisdiction; to controversies to which the United 
States shall be a party , to controversies between two or more States ; between a State and 
citizens of another State, between citizens of different states, between citizens of the same 
state, claiming lands under giants of different states, and between a state or the citizens 
thereof, and foreign states, citizens, or subjects. 

In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, and those in 
which a state shall be a party, the supreme court shall have original jurisdiction. In all 
the other cases, before mentioned, the supreme court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both 
as to law and fact, with such exceptions, and under snch regulations as the congress shall 
make. 

The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by jury ; and such 
trial shall be held in the state where the said crimes shall have been committed ; but when 
not committed within any state, the trial shall be at such place or places as congress may by 
law have directed. 

Sec. 3. Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying war against 
them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be 
convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overact, or on 
confession in open court. 

The congress shall have power to declare the punishment of treason, but no attainder of 
treason shall work corruption of blood, or forfeiture, except during the life of the person 
attained. 

Art. 4. Sec. 1. Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, 
records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. And the congress may, by general 
laws, prescribe the manner in which such acts, records and proceedings shall be proved, and 
the effect thereof. 

Sec. 2. The citizens of each state shiill be entitled to all the privileges and immunities 
of citizens in the several states. 

A person charged in any state with treason, felony, or other crime, who shall flee from 
justice, and be found in another state, shall, on demand of the executive authority of the 
state from which he fled, be delivered up, to be removed to the state having jurisdiction of 
the crime. 

No person held to service or labor in one state, under the laws thereof, escaping into 
another, shall, in consequence of any law or regulation therein, be discharged from such 
service or labor, but shall be delivered up on claim of the party to whom such service or 
labor may be due. 

Sec. 3. New states may be admitted by the congress into this union ; but no new state 
shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any other state ; nor any state be 
formed by the junction of two or more states, or parts of states, without the consent of the 
legislatures of the states concerned, as well as of the congress. 

The congress shall have power to dispose of, and make all needful rules and regulations 
respecting the territory or other property belonging to the United States; and nothing in 
this constitution shall be so construed as to prejudice any claims of the United States, or of 
any particular state. 

Sec. 4. The United States shall guaranty to every state in this union, a republican form 
of government, and shall protect each of them against invasion ; and on the application of 
the legislature or of the executive (when the legislature cannot be convened) against domes- 
tic violence. 

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Art. 5. The congress, whenever two-thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall 
propose amendments to this constitution, or, on the application of the legislatures of two- 
thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in 
either case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this constitution, when rat- 
ified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several states, or by conventions in three- 
fourths thereof, as the one or other mode of ratification may be proposed bv the congress • 
provided, that no amendment, which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight hun- 
dred and eight, shall in any manner affect t' e first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of 
the first article ; and that no state, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal suf- 
frage in the senate. 

Art. 6. All debts contracted, and engagements entered into, before the adoption of 
this constitution, shall be as valid against the United States, under this constitution, as 
under the confederation. 

This constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuaiice 
thereof, and all treaties made, or which shall be made under the authority of the United 
States, shall be the supreme law of the land ; and the judges in every state shall be 
bound theieby, anythirg in the constitution or laws of any state to tlie contrary notwith- 
standing. 

The senators and representatives before mentioned, and the members of the several 
state legislatures, and all executive and judicial officers, both of the United States and of 
the several states, shall be bound by oath or affirmation, to support this constitution ; but 
no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under 
the United States. 

Art. "7. The ratification of the conventions of nine states, shalU be sufficient for the 
establishment of this constitution between the states so ratifying the same. 
Done 111 convention, by the u7ian'mious consent of the staien jjresent, Uie secenieenih day of Septem- 
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand setcn hundred and cirjhty- seven, and of the inde- 
pendence of the United States of America the twelfth. In wdness ichtreof, we have heremito 

subscribed our names, 

GEORGE WASHINGTON, President, 

and Deputy from Virginia. 

New Hampshire — John Langdon, Nicholas Oilman. 

Massachusetts — Nathaniel Gorham, Rufus King. 

Connecticut — Wm. Samuel Johnson, Roger Sherman. 

New York — Alexander Hamilton. 

New Jersey — William Livingston, David Breardh', William Patterson, Jonathan Dayton. 

Pennsylvania — Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Mifflin, Robert Morris,George Clymer, Thoma^ 
Fitzimmons, Jared Ingersoll, James Wilson, Governeur Morris. 

Delaware— GfiovgQ Read, Gunning Bedford, Jr., John Dickinson, Richard Bassett, Jacob 
Broom. 

Maryland's a-mas M'Henry, Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, Daniel Carroll. 

Virginia — John Blair, James Madison, Jr. 

North Carolina — William Blount, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Hugh Williamson. 

South Carolina — John Rutledge, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, Charles Pinckney, Pierce 
Butler. 

Georgia — William Few, Abr. Baldwin. 

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AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

Article 1. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or 
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press , 
or of the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a 
redress of grievances. 

Art. 2. A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the 
right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. 

Art. 3. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house without the con- 
sent of the owner ; nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. 

Art. 4. The risht of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and ef- 
fects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated ; and no warrants 
shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported Vjy oath or affirmation, and particularly de- 
scribing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. 

Art. 5. No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, 
unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury, except in cases arising in the land 
or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service, in time of war or public danger ; 
nor shall any person be subject, for the same offense, to be twice put in jeopardy of life or 
limb; nor shall be compelled, in any criminal case, to he a witness against himself; nor be 
deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law ; nor shall private prop- 
erty be taken for public use without just compensation. 

Art. 6. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and 
pnblic trial, by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been 
committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed 
of the nature and cause of the accusation ; to be confronted with the witnesses against 
him ; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor; and to have the as- 
sistance of counsel for his defense. 

Art. "7. In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty 
dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved ; and no lact, tried by a jury, shall be 
otherwise re examined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of Jhe 
common law. 

Art. 8. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel 
and unusual punishments inflicted. 

Art. 9. The enumeration in the constitution of certain rights, shall not be construed to 
deny or disparage others retained by the people. 

Art. 10. The powers not delegated to the United States by the constitution, nor pro- 
hibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people. 

Art. 11. The judici.al power of the United States shall not be construed to extend to 
any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against one of the United States by 
citizens of another state, or by citizens or subjects of any foreign state. 

Art. 12. Sec. 1. The electors shall meet in their respective states and vore by bal- 
lot for president and vice-president, one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of 
the same state with themselves ; they shall name in their ballots the person voted for as 
president, and in distinct ballots the person voted for as vice-president ; and they shall 
make distinct lists of all persons voted for as president, and of all persons voted for as 
vice-president, and of the number of votes for each, which lists they shall sign and certify, 
and transmit sealed to the seat of the government of the United States, directed to the pre- 
sident of the senate ; the president of the senate shall, in the presence of the senate and 
house of representatives, open all the certificates, and the votes shall then be counted ; the 
person having the greatest number of votes for president, shall be the president, if such 
number be a majority of the whole number of electors appointed ; and if no person have 
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the list of those voted for as president, the house of representatives shall choose imme- 
diateh', by ballot, the president. But in choosing the president, the votes shall be taken by 
states, the representation from each state having one vote ; a quorum for this purpose shall 
consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the states, and a majority of all the 
states shall l.e necessary to a choice. And if the house of representatives shall not choose 
a president, whenever the right of choice shall devolve upon them, before the fourth day of 
March next following, then the vice-president sliall act as president, as in the case of the 
death or other constitutional disability of the president. 

Sec. 2. The person having the greatest number of votes as vice-i)resident, shall be 
the vice-president, if such number be a majority of the whole number of electors appoint- 
ed; and if no person have a majority, then from the two highest numbers on the list, the 
senate shall choose the vice-president : a quorum, for that purpose, shall consist of two- 
thirds of the whole number of senators, and a majority of the whole number shall be neces- 
sary to a choice. 

Sec. 3. But no persim constitutionally ineligible to tlie office of president, shall be 
eligible to that of vice-president of the United States. 

Art. 13. * Sec. 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment 
for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United 
States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. 

Sec. 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this by appropriate legislation. 

* Article 13 was ratified by all the states, excepting Delaware, Kentucky and New 
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Little Rock, 


Pulaski 


Stamford, 


Fairfield 


Blandir.sville, 


McDonough 






Thompsonville, 


Hartford 


Bloomington, 


McLean 


CALIFORNIA, 


Waterbury, 


New Haven 


Cairo, 


Alexander 


Los Angeles, 


Los Angeles 


West Kiilingly, 


Windham 


Canton, 


Fulton 


Marysville, 


Yuba 


West Meriden, 


New Haven 


Carlinville, 


Macoupin 


Nevada City, 


Nevada 


West Winsted, 


Litchfield 


Carlyle, 


Clinton 


Sacramento Citv, Sacramento 


Willimantic, 


Windham 


CarroUton, 


Greene 


San Francisco, 


San Francisco 






Carthage, 


Hancock 


San Jose, 


Santa Clara 


DELAWARE. 


Centralia, 


Marion 


Sonora, 


Tuolumne 


Delaware City, 


New Castle 


Champaign, 


^Champaign 


Stockton, 


San Joaquin 


Dover, 


Kent 


Chicago, 


Cook 






Milford, 


Kent 


Danville, 


Vermillion 


COLORADO 


TERRITORY. 


Newark, 


New Castle 


Decatur, 


Macon 


Denver, 


Arapahoe 


New Castle, 


New Castle 


Dixon, 


Lee 


Mountain City 


Gilpin 


Smyrna, 


Kent 


Durand Station, 


Winnebago 






Wilmington, 


New Castle 


Elgin, 


Kane 


CONNECTICUT. 






Fairfield, 


Wayne 


Bridgeport, 


Fairfield 


DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 


Freeport, 


Stephenson 


Danbury, 


Fairfield 


Washington, 


Washington 


Galena, 


Jo Daviess 


Derby, 


New Haven 






Galcsburgh, 


Knox 


Guilford, 


New Haven 


FLORIDA. 


Geneseo, 


Henry 


Hartford, 


Hartford 


Key West, 


Monroe 


Havana, 


Mason 


Litchfield, 


Litchfield 






Hillsborough, 


Montgomery 


Middletown, 


Middlesex 


GEORGIA. 


Jacksonville, 


Morgan 


Mystic Bridge, 


New London 


Augusta, 


Richmond 


Jerseyville, 


Jersey 


Naugatuck, 


New London 


Savannah, 


Chatham 


Joliet, 


Will 


New Britian, 


Hartford 






Kankakee, 


Kankakee 


New Haven, 


New Haven 


ILLINOIS. 


Kewane, 


Henry 


New London, 


New London 


Aledo, 


Mer^?r 


Lacon, 


Marshall 


New Milford, 


Litchfield 


Alton, 


Madison 


LaSalle, 


LaSalle 



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Lincoln, 


Logan 


Lebanon, 


Boone 


Washington, 


Washington 


Macomb, 


McDonough 


Logansport, 


Cass 


Waterloo, 


Black Hawk 


Marshall, 


Clark 


Madison, 


Jefferson 


West Union, 


Fayette 


Mattoon, 


Coles 


Marion, 


Grant 


Wiuterset, 


Madison 


Mendota, 


LaSalle 


Michigan City, 


La Porte 






Middleport, 


Iroquois 


Mount Vernon, 


Pose\ 


KANSAS. 


Monmouth, 


Warrer. 


Muncie, 


Delaware 






Monticello, 


Piatt 


New Albany, 


Floyd 


Atchison, 


Atchi-son 


Morris, 


Grundy 


Noblesville, 


Hamilton 


Fort Leavenwor 


th, Leaven'th 


Morrison, 


Whitesides 


Peru, 


Miami 


Fort Scott, 


Bourbon 


Mount Carroll, 


Carroll 


Plymouth, 


Marshall 


lola. 


Allen 


Mount Sterling, 


Brown 


Princeton, 


Gibson 


Lawrence, 


Douglass 


Mount Vernon, 


Jefferson 


Rensselaer, 


Jasper 


Leavenworth C 


ty, Leaven'th 


Olney, 


Richland 


Richmond, 


Wayne 


Marysville, 


Marshall 


Oquawka, 


Henderson 


'tochestei'. 


Fulton 


Topeka, 


Shawnee 


Ottawa, 


LaSalle 


Rockville, 


Park 






Paris, 


Edgar 


Salem, 


Washington 


KENTUCKY. 


Pekin, 


Tazewell 


Shelbyville, 


Shelby 


Bowling Green, 
Columbus, 


Warren 


Peoria, 


Peoiia 


South Bend, 


St. Josepli 


Hickman 


Pittsfield, 


Pike 


Sullivan, 


Sullivan 


Henderson, 


Henderson 


Polo, 


0»le 


Terre Haute, 


Vigo 


Lexington, 
Louisville, 


Fayette 


Pontiac, 


Livingston 


Valparaiso, 


Porter 


Jefferson 


Princeton, 


Bureau 


Vernon, 


Jennings 


Maysville, 


Mason 


Quincy, 


Adams 


Vevay, 


Switzerland 


Paducah, 


McCracken 


Rockford, 


Winnebagc 


Vincennes, 


Knox 






Rock Island, 


Rock Island 


Wabash, 


Wabash 


LOUISIANA. 


Shawneetown, 


Gallatin 


Warsaw, 


Kosciusko 






Shelbyville, 


Shelby 


Washington, 


Daviess 


New Orleans, 


Orleans 


Sparta, 


Randolph 


Winchester, 


Randolph 






Springfield, 


Sangamon 






MAINE. 


Sycamore, 


DeKalb 


IOWA. 


Augusta, 


Kennebec 


Tonica, 


LaSalle 


Bloomfield, 


Davis 


Banger, 


Penobscot 


Toulon, 


Stark 


Burlington, 


DesMoines 


Bath, 


Sagadahoc 


Vandalia, 


Favttte 


Cedar Rapids, 


Linn 


Belfast, 


Waldo 


Waukegan, 


Lake 


Chariton, 


Lucas 


Bethel, 
Biddeford, 


Oxford 


Wenona Station 


Marshall 


Council Bluffs, 


Pottawatomie 


.York 


Wilmington, 


Will 


Davenport, 


Scott 


Brunswick, 


Cumberland 


Woodstock, 


McHenry 


Decorah, 


Winneshiek 


Bucksport, 

Eastport, 

Ellsworth, 


Hancock 


Young America, 


Warren 


DesMoines, 


DesMoines 


Washington 






Dubuque, 


Dubuque 


Hancock 


INDIANA. 


Kddvville, 


Wapello 


Farmington 


Franklin 


Anderson, 


Madison 


Elkador, 


Clayton 


Gardiner, 


Kennebec 


Attica, 


Fountain 


Fairfield, 


Jefferson 


Lewisto.i, 


Androscoggin 


Aurora, 


Dearborn 


Fort Madison, 


Lee 


Machias, 


Washington 


Bedford, 


Lawrence 


Glenwood, 


Mills 


Mechanic's Falls 


, Androscoggin 


Blooraington, 


Monroe 


Independence-, 


Buchanan 


Portland, 


Cumberland 


Bowling Green, 


Clay 


Indianola, 


Warren 


Rockland, 


Knox 


Columbia City, 


Whitley 


Iowa City. 


Johnson 


Skowhegan, 


Somerset 


Columbus, 


Bartholomew 


Keokuk, 


Lee 


Waterviile, 


Kennebec 


Connersville, 


Fayette 


Keosauqua, 


VanBuren 


Winterport, 


Waldo 


Crawfordsville, 


Montgomery 


Knoxville, 


Marion 






Delphi, 


Carrol! 


Lensing, 


Allemakee 


MARYLAND. 


Elkhart, 


Elkhart 


Lewis, 


Cass 




, I 


Evansville, 


Vanderberc 


Lyons, 


Clinton 


Annapolis, 


Anne Arunde' 


Fort Wayne, 
Franklin, 


Allen 


McGregor, 


Clinton 


Baltimore, 


Biiltimore 


Johnson 


Maquoketa, 


Jackson 


Cambridge, 


Dorchester 


Goshen, 


Elkhart 


Marion, 


Linn 


Cumberland. 


Alleghany 


Green Castle, 


Putnam 


Marshalltown, 


Marshall 


Easton, 


Talbot 


Greensburgh, 


Decatur 


Mount Pleasant 


Henry 


Elkton, 


Cecil 


Huntington, 


Huntington 


Muscatine, 


Muscatine 


Kllicott's Mills, 


Howard 


Indianapolis, 
JefFersonville, 


Marion 


Newton, 


Jasper 


Frederick, 


Frederick 


Clark 


Oskaloosa, 


Mahaska 


Hagerstown, 


Washington 
Harford 


Keiidallville, 


Noble 


Ottumwa, 


Wapello 


Havre de Grace 


Kokomo, 


Howard 


Sigourney, 


Keokuk 


Middletown, 


Frederick 


La J'ayette, 


Tippecanoe 


Sioux City, 


Woodburx 


Port Deposit, 


Cecil 

Somerset 

Carroll 


La Porte, 


La Porte 


TiiJon, 


Cedar 


Salisbury, 


Lawrenceburgh, 


Dearborn 


Vinton, 


Benton 


Westminster, 



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MASSACHUSETS. 
Amherst, Hampshire 



Andover, 

Boston, 

Bridgewater, 

Cambridge, 

Chariestown, 

Chicopee, 

Clinton, 

Dedham, 

East Hamton, 

Fall River, 

Fitehburg. 

Gloucester, 

Great Harrington, 

Greenfield, 

Groton Junction, 

Haverhill, 

Lawrence, 

Lee, 

Lowell, 

Lynn, 

Mil ford, 

Nantucket, 

Natick, 

New Bedford, 

Newburyport, 

North Adams, 

Northampton, 

Pittsfield, 

Plymouth, 

Roxbury, 

Salem, 

Sandwich, 

Springfield, 

Taunton, 

Ware, 

Webster, 

Westfield, 

Worcester, 



Essex 

Suffolk 

Plymouth 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Hampden 

Worcester 

Norfolk 

Hampshire 

Bristol 

Worcester 

Essex 

Berkshire 

Franklin 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Essex 

Berkshire 

Middlesex 

Essex 

Worcester 

Nantucket 

Middlesex 

Bristol 

Essex 

Berkshire 

Hampshire 

Berkshire 

Plymouth 

iSTorfolk 

Essex 

Barnstable 

Hampden 

Bristol 

Hampshire 

Worcester 

Hampden 

Worcester 



MICHIGAN. 



Adrian, 

Albion, 

Allegan, 

Ann Arbor, 

Bay City, 

Big Bapids, 

Charlotte, 

Coldwater, 

Detroit, 

Dowagiac, 

East Saginaw, 

Flint. 

Grand Rapids, 

Hillsdale, 

Ionia, 

Jackson, 

Kalamazoo, 

Lansing, 

Lapeer, 

Lexington, 

Manistee, 

Marquette, 

Marshall, 

Monroe, 

Newaygo 



Lenawee 

Calhoun 

Allegan 

Washtenaw 

Bay 

Mecosta 

Eatoji 

Branch 

Wayne 

Cass 

Saginaw 

Genesee 

Kent 

Hillsdale 

Ionia 

Jackson 

Kalamazoo 

Ingham 

Lapeer 

Lexington 

Manistee 

Marquette 

Calhoun 

Monroe 



Newaygo Exeter, 



Niles, 

Pent Water, 
Pontiac, 
Port Huron, 
S;iint John's, 
Saint Joseph, 



Berrien 
Oceana 
Oakland 
St. Clair 
Clinton 
Berrien 



MINNESOTA. 



Austin, 

Chatfield, 

Faribault, 

Fort Ridgely, 

Glencoe, 

Hastings, 

Henderson, 

Mankato, 

Minneapolis, 

Owatorina, 

Red Wing, 

Rochester, 

St. Cloud, 

St. Paul, 

St. Peter, 

Wabashaw, 

Winona, 



Mower 

Fillmore 

Rice 

Pierce 

McLeod 

Dakota 

Sibley 

Blue Eartii 

Hennepin 

Steele 

Goodhue 

Olmsted 

Stearns 

Ramsey 

Nicolette 

Wabashaw 

Winona 



MISSISblPPL 
Natchez, Adams 

Vicksburg, Warren 

MISSOURL 

Booneville, Cooper 

Cape Girardeau, C. Girardeau 
Daviess 
Marion 
St. Louis 
Cole 
Jackson 
La Fayette 
Macon 
New Madrid 
Iron 
Ray 
Phelps 
St. Charles 
Buchanan 
St. Louis 
Pettis 
Green 
Franklin 
Pulaski 



Gallatin, 

Hannibal, 

Jefferson Barracks, 

Jefferson City, 

Kansas City, 

Lexington, 

Macon City, 

New Madrid, 

Pilot Knob, 

Richmond, 

Rolla, 

St. Charles, 

St. Joseph, 

St. Louis, 

Sedalia, 

Springfield, 

Washington, 

Waynesville, 



NEBRASKA TER. 

Nebraska City, Otoe 

Omaha City, Douglas 

NEVADA. 
Aurora, Esmeralda 

Austin, Lander 

Carson City, Ormsby 

Virginia City, Storey 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Claremont, Sullivan 

Concord, Merrimack 

Dover, Strafford 



Franklin, 

Great Falls, 

Hanover, 

Keene, 

Laconia, 

Lancaster, 

Littleton, 

Manchester, 

Milford, 

Nashua, 

Peterborough, 

Plymouth, 

Portsmouth, 



Merrimack 

Strafford 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Belknap 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Grafton 

Rockingham 



NEW JERSEY. 



Atlantic City, 

Belvidere, 

Bordentown, 

Bridgeton, 

Burlington, 

Camden, 

Dover, 

Elizabeth, 

Flemington, 

Freehold, 

Hackettstowa, 

Hoboken, 

Jersey City, 

Keyport, 

Lambertsville, 

Morristown, 

Newark, 

New Brunswick, 

Newton, 

Paterson, 

Perth Amboy, 

Plainfield, 

Princeton, 

Railway, 

Salem, 

Trenton, 

Vineland, 



Atlantic 

Warren 

Burlington 

Cumberland 

Burlington 

Camden 

Morris 

Union 

Hunterdon 

Monmouth 

AVarren 

Hudson 

Hudson 

Monmouth 

Hunterdon 

Morris 

Essex 

Middlesex 

Sussex 

Passaic 

Middlesex 

Union 

Mercer 

Union 

Salem 

Mercer 

Cumberland 



NEW YORK. 



Albany, 

Albion, 

Amsterdam, 

Auburn, 

Batavia, 

Bath, 

Bingliamton, 

Brooklyn, 

Buffalo, 

Canandaigua, 

Cape Vincent, 

Catskill, 

Cazenovia, 

Cold Spring, 

Cooperstown, 

Corning, 

Cortland Village, 

Dansville, 

Delhi, 

Deposit, 

Dunkirk, 

Elizabethtown, 



Albany 

Orleans 

Montgomery 

Cayuga 

Genesee 

Steuben 

Broome 

Kings 

Erie 

Ontario 

Jefferson 

Greene 

Madison 

Putnam 

Oisego 

Steuben 

Cortland 

Livingston 

Delaware 

Delaware 

Chatauqua 

Essex 



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Elmira, 

Fort Edward, 

Fort Hamilton, 

Fort Plain, 

Genesee, 

Geneva, 

Glen's Falls, 

Gouverneur, 

Green Point, 

Hamilton, 

Havanna, 

Herkimer, 

Hornellsville, 

Hudson, 

Ithaca, 

Jamaica, 

Jamestown, 

Johnstown, 

Kingston, 

Lansingburgh, 

Little Falls, 

Lockport, 

Lyons, 

Malone, 

Medina, 

Middletown, 

Monticello, 

Newburgh, 

New York, 

Niagara Falls, 

Nineveh, 

Norwich, 

Ogdensburgh, 

Olean, 

Oneida, 

Oswego, 

Owego, 

Penn Yan, 

Plattsburgh, 

Port Jervis, 

Potsdam, 

Poughkeepsie, 

Rhinebeck, 

Rivei Head, 

Rochester. 

Rome, 

Rondout, 

Rouse's Point, 

Sag Harbor, 

Saratoga Springs, 

Schenectady, 

Schoharie, 

Seneca Falls, 

Sing Sing, 

Skaneateles, 

Stapleton, 



Chemung 

Washington 

King 

Montgomery 

Livingston 

Ontario 

Warren 

St. Lawrence 

Kings 

Madison 

Schuyler 

Herkimer 

Steuben 

Columbia 

Tompkins 

Queens 

Chautauqua 

Fulton 

Ulster 

Rensselaer 

Herkimer 

Niagara 

Wayne 

Franklin 

Orleans 

Orange 

Sullivan 

Orange 

New York 

Niagara 

Broome 

Chenango 

St. Lawrence 

Cattaraugus 

Madison 

Oswego 

Tioga 

Yates 

Clinton 

Orange 

St. Lawrence 

Dutchess 

Dutchess 

Suffolk 

Monroe 

Oneida 

Ulster 

Clinton 

Suffolk 

Saratoga 

Schenectady 

Schoharie 

Seneca 

West Chester 

Onondaga 

Richiiion 



Suspension Bridge, Niagara 



Syracuse, 
, Troy, 
I Utica, 
I Velatie, 
I Warsaw, 

Watertown, 
j Waverly, 
I WellsviUe, 
i Westfield, 

West Point, 



Ononda^ 

Rennsseiaer 

Oneida 

Columbia 

Wyoming 

Jefferson 

Tioga 

Allegany 

Chautauqua 

Oran 



Whitehall, 
White Plains, 
Williamsburgh, 
Yonkers, 



Washington iNewark, Lickintc 

West Chester New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas 



N. 
Newbern_ 
Wilmington, 



Kings Norvvalk, 
West Chester Oberlin, 
Orrville, 
Ottawa, 



CAROLINA. 

Craven Oxford, 
New Hanover Painesville, 



OHIO. 

Akron, 

shland, 
Ashtabula, 
Athens, 
Barnesville, 
Bellefontaine, 
Bowling Green, 
"ryan, 
Bucyrus, 
Cadiz, 
Cambridge, 
Canton, 
Carroliton, 
Chagrin Falls, 
Chardon, 
Chillicothe, 
Cincinnati, 
Circleville, 
Cleveland, 
Columbus, 
Coshocton, 
Crestline, 
Dayton, 
Defiance, 
Delaware, 
Efiton, 
Elyria, 
Finlcy, 
Fostoria, 
Fremont, 
Gallipolis, 
Garrettsville, 
Greenfield, 
Hamilton, 
Hillsborough, 
Hudson, 
Ironton, 
Jackson, 
Jefferson, 
Kenton, 
Lancaster, 
Lebanon, 
Lima, 
Logan, 
London, 

McConuellsville, 
Mansfield, 
Marietta, 
Marion, 
Massillon, 
Maurnee City, 
Medina, 
Miamisville, 
Millersburgh, 
Mount Gilead, 
Mount Vernon, 
Napoleon 



Piqua, 
Plymouth, 
Summit Pomeroy, 



Ashland 
Ashtabula 



Portsmouth 
Ravenna, 



Athens Ripley, 



Belmont 

Logan 

Wood 

Williams 

Crawford 

Harrison 

Guernsey 

Stark 

Carroll 

Cuyahoga 

Geauga 

Ross 

Hamilton 

Pickaway 

Guyahoga 

Franklin 

Coshocton 

Crawford 

Montgomery 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Preble 

Lorain 

Hancock 

Seneca 

Sandusky 

Gallia 

Portage 

Highland 

Butler 

Highland 

Summit 

Lawrence 

Jackson 



Salem, 

Sandusky, 

Sidney, 

Springfield, 

Steabenville, 

Tiffin, 

Toledo, 

Trov. 



Huron 

Lorain 

Wayne 

Putnam 

Butler 

Lake 

Miami 

Richland 

Meigs 

Scioto 

Portage 

Brown 

Columbiana 

Erie 

Shelby 

Clark 

Jefferson 

Seneca 

Lucas 

Miami 



Upper Sandusky, Wyandotte 

Urbana, Chamnaigu 

Van Wert, Van Wert 

Warren, Trumbull 
Washington C. H., Fayette 

Wauseon, Fulton/ 

Wilmington, Clinton 

Wooster, Wayne 

Xeuia, Greene 

Youngstown, Mahoning 

Zanesville, Muskingum 

OREGON. 

Portland, Multnomah 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

EUentown, 

Altoona, 

Bedford, 

Bellefonte, 

Bethlehem, 

Brookville, 

Brownsville, 

Butler, 

Carlisle, 

Chambersburgh, 



Ashtabula Chester, 
Hardin Clarion, 
Fairfield Clearfield, 
Warren Columbia, 

Allen Corry, 
Hocking Cowdersport, 
Madison Danville, 
Morgan I Doylcstown, 
Easton, 
Ebensburg, 
Erie, 
Franklin, 
Gettysburg, 
Greensburg, 
Greenville, 
Hannover, 



Richland 

Washington 

Marion 

Stark 

Lucas 

Medina 

Clermont 

Holmes 



Morrow Ilarrisburg, 
KnoxjHonesdale, 
Henry I Huntingdon, 



lichigh 

Blair 

Bedford 

Centre 

Northampton 

Jefferson 

Fayette 

Butler 

Cumberland 

Franklin 

Delaware 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

Lancaster 

Erie 

Potter 

Montour 

Bucks 

Northampton 

Cambria 

Erie 

Venango 

Adams 

Westmoreland 

Mercer 

York 

Dauphin 

Wayne 

HiintiuKdon 



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Indiana, 

Johnstown, 

Kittanning, 

Lancaster, 

Lebanon, 

Lewisburg, 

Lewistown, 

Lock Haven, 

Malianoy City, 

Mauch Chunk, 

Meadville, 

Middletown, 

Minersville, 

Montrose, 

Muncy, 

New IBrighton, 

New Castle, 

Norristown, 

Northumberland, 

Oil City, 

Philadelphia, 

Phoenixviile, 

Pithole City, 

Pittsburgh, 

Pottsville, 

iieading, 

Ridgeway, 

Scran ton, 

Seliii's Grove, 

Somerset, 

Stroudsburgh, 

Susquehanna Dep., 

Titusville, 

Towanda, 

Troy, 

Uniontovn, 

Warren, 

Washington, 

Wellsborough, 

West Chester,; 

Wilkesbarre, 

Williamsport, 

York, 



Indiana 

Cambria 

Armstrorj 

Lancaster 

Lebanon 

Union 

Mifflin 

Clinton 

Schuylkill 

Carbon 

Crawford 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Susquehanna 

Lycoming 

Beaver 

Lawrence 

Montgomery 

Northuihrd 

Venango 

Philadelphia 

Chester 

Venango 

Alleghiiny 

Schuylkill 

Berks 

Elk 

Luzerne 

Snyder 

Somerset 

Monroe 

Susqh'na 

Crawford 

Bradford 

Bradford 

Fayette 

Warren 

Washington 

Tioga 

Chester 

Luzerne 

Lycoming 

York 



RHODE ISLAND. 
Bristol, " Bristol 

East Greenwich, Kent 



Newport, Newport 

Pawtucket, Pawtucket 

Providence, Providence 

Westerly, Washington 

Woonsocket Falls, Providence 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Charleston, Charleston 

Port Royal, Beaufort 

TENNESSEE. 
Chattanooga, Hamilton 



Knoxville, 

Memphis, 

Nashville, 



Knox 
Shelby 
Davidson 



UTAH TERRITORY. 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 



VERMONT. 



Bellows Falls, 

Bennington, 

Brandon, 

Brattleborough, 

Burlington, 

Derby Line, 

Island Pond, 

Middlebury, 

Montpelier, 

Newbury, 

Northfield, 

Rutland, 

Saint Albans, 

Saint Johnsbury, 

Springfield, 

Waterbury, 

West Randolph, 

Windsor, 

Woodstock, 



Windham 

Bennington 

Rutland 

Windham 

Cnittenden 

Orleans 

Essex 

Addison 

Washington 

Orange 

Washington 

Rutland 

Franklin 

Caledonia 

Windsor 

Washington 

Orange 

Windsor 

Windsor 



VIRGINIA. 

Alexandria, Alexandria 

Norfolk, Norfolk 

Old P't Comfort, Elizabeth Cy 
Peteasburgh, Dinwiddle 

Richmond, Henrico 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



Clarksburg, 


Harrison 


Harper's Ferry, 


Jefferson 


Martinsburg, 


Berkeley 


Parkersburg, 


Wood 


Wheeling, 


Ohio 


WISCONSIN. 


Appleton, 


Otagamie 


Beaver Dam, 


Dodge 


Beloit, 


Rock 


Berlin, 


Green Lake 


Black River Falls 


, Jackson 


Chippewa Falls, 


Chippewa 


Darlington, 


Lafayette 


Eau Claire, 


Eau Claire 


Fond du Lac, 


Fond du Lae 


Green Bay, 


Brown 


Hudson, 


St. Croix 


Janesville, 


Rock 


La Crosse, 


La Crosse 


Lancaster, 


Grant 


Madison, 


Dane 


Manitowoc, 


Manitowoc 


Mauston, 


Juneau 


Mayville, 


Dodge 


Mazo Mane, 


Dane 


Milton, 


Rock 


Milwaukee, 


Milwaukee 


Mineral Point, 


Iowa 


Monroe, 


Green 


Oshkosh, 


Winnebago 


Portage City, 


Columbia 


Prairie du Chien, 


Crawford 


Prescott, 


Pierce 


Racine, 


Racine 


Richland Centre, 


Richland 


Sheboygan, 


Sheboygan 


Sparta, 


Monroe 


Stevens' Point, 


Portage 


Sturgeon Bay, 


Door 


Viroqua, 


VernoQ 


Watertown, 


Jefferson 


Waukesha, 


Waukesha 


Waupun, 


Fond du Lac 


WestBend 


Washington 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES IN ILLINOIS. 

Note. — County Seats are denoted dy Capital Letters. 



Rates of Postage. 

The Postage on Letters, to be forwarded in the Mails 
to any part of the United States, is Three Cents per half 
ounce, PREPAID by Stamps. 

The Postage on Letters dropped in this ofBce, for 
delivery in the city, is Two Cents per half ounce, pre- 
paid by Stamps. 

Transient Newspapers, Pamphlets, Proof-sheets, Book 
Manuscripts, Samples, Sample Cards, Photograph-Cards, 
Cards, Maps, Blanks, Blank Paper. Engravings, Envel- 
opes. Seeds, Roots, Scions, and Printed Matter, (except 
circulars and books,) will be rated at Two Cents for 
every four ounces, or fraction thereof, pre-paid by 
Stamps. 

Double the above rates will be charged for Books. 

Unsealed Circulars, not exceeding three in number, 
shall pass at the single rate of Two Cents, and in that 
proportion for a greater number, adding one rate for 
three circulars, or less number thereof, directed to one 
address. 

By a recent law of Congress, all mailable inatter, 
(excepting one copy of a newspaper to a regular sub- 
scriber, and properly franked matter,) for points be- 
tween the western boundary of Kansas and the eastern 
boundary of California, .shall he subject to pre-paid 
letter ratfS. This takes in the Territories between the 
points indicated, supplied by the Overland Route. 

Suggestions to the Public. 

Post all letters and other mail matter as early as 
practible before the advertised closing hours of the 
mails. This is necessary to give time to face, assort and 
stamp the letters, and also to avoid the risk of mistakes 
likely to occur in a hurried distribution. 



Direct letters in a clear, legible hand, giving the name 
of the Post Office, County and State, in lull. There ai« 
hundreds of instances in which the names of officesi 
when written carelessly, closely resemble each otlie--. 
For example, in Illinois we have Peru, Pera, Pana and 
Peoria. If the County were always given, the risk of 
mistaking one of these for the other would be avoided 
The frequent miscarriage of letters is also largely at- 
tributable to writing the wrong State, and to abbriviat- 
ing the name of ihe^tate. Be sure to give the State 
correctly, and write ft in full. Give ihe full name of 
the person addressed, with residence, street and num- 
ber, when known. 

See that your letters are securely sealed before de- 
positing in the Post Office. Attach the postage stamp 
on the upper right hand corner in all cases, pressing the 
envelope and stamp between the thumb and finger until 
they firmly adhere. Avoid wetting the stamp too much 
—the gummed side need be merely moistened. Leave 
space between the stamp and direction for postmarking 
without interfering with the writing. 

Valuable letters should always be registered. If this 
does not add security while in transit, it effectually pre- 
vents letters from falling into the hands of wrong parties 
after reaching their destination. 

Letters to strangers or transient visitors in a town or 
city, who.^e special address may be unknowji, should 
marked, in the lower left hand corner, with the word 
" Transient." 

N. B. — A request for the return of a letter to the wri- 
ter, if unclaimed wittiin thirty days or less, written or 
printed, with the writer's name. Post Office and State 
across the left hand end of the envelope, on the face side 
will be complied with at the usual pre-paid rate of post- 
age, payable when the letter is delivered to the writer 
—[Section 28, Law of 1S03.] 



Abingdon, 


Knox 


Apple River, 


Jo Daviess 


Adams, 


Adams 


Arcadia, 


Morgan 


Addison, 


DuPage 


Areola, 


Coles 


Adeline, 


Ogle 


Arenzville, 


Cass 


Ainsworth Station 


, Cook 


Argo, 


Carroll 


Akin, 


Franklin 


Arlington, 


Bureau 


Akron, 


Eeoria 


Armington, 


Tazewell 


Albany, 


Whiteside 


Armstrong, 


Wabash 


ALBION, 


Edwards 


Aroma, 


Kankakee 


Alden, 


McHenry 


Asbury, 


LaSalle 


ALEDO, 


Mercer 


Ash Grove, 


Iroquois 


Alexander, 


Morgan 


Ashkum, 


Iroquois 


Algonquin, 


McHenry 


Asliland, 


Cass 


Alhambia, 


Madison 


Ashley, 


Washington 


Alma, 


Marion 


Ashniore, 


Coles 


Alton, 


Madison 


Ash Ridge, 


Massae- 


Alum Rock, 


LaSalle 


Assumption, 


Christian 


Aniboy, 


Lee 


Astoria, 


Fulton 


Amity, 


Livingston 


Athens, 


Menard 


Ancona, 


Livingston 


Athensville, 


Greene 


Andalusia, 


Rock Island 


Atkinson, 


Henry 


Andover, 


Henry 


Atlanta, 


Logan 


Anna, 


Union 


Atlas, 


Pike 


Annapolis, 


Ciawford 


Attila, 


Williamson 


Annawan, 


Henry 


Auburn, 


Sangamon 


Antioch, 


Lake 


Augusta, 


Haneoeu 


Appanoose, 


Hancock 


Aurora, 


Kane 


Apple Creek, 


Greene 


Ava, 


Jackson 



Avery, 



Jo Davies 



Aviston, 


Clinton 


Avon, 


Fulton 


Babcock's Grove, 


DuPage 


Baden Baden, 


Bond 


Baileyville, 


Ogle 


Baiiibridge, 


Williamson 


Baldwinville, 


Edgar 


Bankston, 


Saline 


Bardolph, 


McDonough 


Barreville, 


McHenrv 


Barrington Station. Cook 


Barr's Store, 


Macoupin 


Barry, 


Pike 


Basco, 


Hancock 


Bat.ivia, 


Kane 


B;Ues, 


Sangamon 


Bath, 


Mason 


B;.vlield, 


Pope 


BEARDSTOWN, 


Cass 


Beaver Creek, 


Bond 


Beaver Grove, 


Iroquois 


Beaverville, 


Boone 


Beck's Creek, 


Shelby 


l^edlbi'd, 


Pike 


Bedford ville, 


Ilendersou 


Belden, 


McHenry 


Belle Air, 


Crawford 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES IN ILLINOIS. 



Belle Fame, 

Belle Plain, 

Belle Prairie, 

Belleview, 

BELI-EVILLE, 

BELVIDERE, 

Bement, 

BENTON, 

Bentley Station, 

Berlin, 

Bernadotte, 

Berryton, 

Berwick, 

Bethalto, 

Bethel, 

Beverly, 

Bible Grove, 

Big Foot Prairie, 

Big Muddy, 

Big Neck, 

Big Prairie, 

Bisi Rock, 



Tazewell 

Marshall 

Hamilton 

Calhoun 

St. Clair 

Boone 

Piatt 

Franklin 

Hancock 

Sangamon 

Fulton 

Cass 

Warren 

Madison 

Morgan 

Adams 

Clay 

McHenry 

Franklin 

Adams 

Logan 

Kane 



Big Rush Creek, Jo Daviess 

Big Spring, Shelby 

Biggsville, Henderson 

Birmingham, Schuyler 

Bishop Hill, Henry 

Blackberry, Kane 

Blackberry Station, Kane 

Black Walnut, Ogle 

Blairsville, Williamson 

Blandinsville, .Mc: 'enough 

Blivin's Mills, McHenry 

Blood's Point, DeKalb 

Bloom, Cook 

Bloomfield, Edgar 

Bloomingdale, DuPage 

BLOOMINGTON, McLean 

Bloomville, Kankakee 

Blue Grass, Vermillion 

Blue Island, Cook 

Blue Town, Tazewell 

Blueville, Christian 

Bluff-Dale, Greene 

Bluffville, Carroll 

Bond's Point, Christian 

Bonus, Boone 

Bonwell, Edgar 

Book, Pope 

Boot, Richland 
Bourbonnais Grove, Kankakee 

Bowensburgh, Hancock 

Bowling Green, Fayette 

Boynton, Tazewell 

Braceville, Grundy 

Bradford, Stark 

Bradley, Jackson 

Breese, Greene 

Bremen, Randolph 

Brenton, Ford 

Brickton, Cook 

Bridgeport, Lawrence 

Brighton, Macoupin 

Brimfield, Peoria 

Bristol, Kendall 

Bristol Station, Kendall 

Broadwell, Losjan 



Brooklyn, 

Brookville, 

Browning, 

Bruce, 

Brunswick, 

Brush Creek, 

Brushy Fork, 

Bryant, 

Buck, 

Buck Horn, 

Buckhart, 

Buda, 

Buena Vista, 



Schuyler 

Ogle 

Schuyler 

McDonough 

Peoria 

Wavne 

Coles 

Fukon 

Hamilton 

Brown 

Christian 

Bureau 

Stephenson 



Buffalo Prairie, Rock Island 

Buford, Macoupin 

Bulkley, Iroquois 

Bunker Hill, Macoupin 

Bureau Junction, Bureau 

Burksville, Monroe 

Burlington, Kane 

Burns, Henry 

Burnsville, McDonough 

Burnt Prairie, White 

Burritt, Winnebago 

Burton, Adams 

Bushnell, McDonough 

Butler, Montgomery 

Byron, Ogle 

CAIRO, Alexander 

CALEDONIA, Pulaski 

Caledonia Station, Boone 

Calhoun, Richland 

Calumet, Cook 

Caraargo, Coles 

CAMBRIDGE, Henry 

Camden, Schuyler 

Camden Mills, Rock Island 

Cameron, Warren 

Campbell, Coles 

Camp Grove, Stark 

Camp Point, Adams 

Canton, Fulton 
Cape Ann's Rock, Calhoun 

Capron, Boone 

Carbon Cliff, Rock Island 

Carbondale, Jackson 

Gary, Pike 

Carlinville, Macoupin 

Carlyle, Clinton 

Garment Prairie, Perry 

CARMI, White 

Carpentersville, Kane 

CARROLLTON, Greene 

CARTHAGE, Hancock 

Gary Station, McHenry 

Casev, Clark 

Caseyville, St. Clair 

Cass, DuPage 

Catlin, Vermillion 

Cave, Franklin 

Cave in Rock, Hardin 

Cayuga, Livingston 

Cedar Bluff, Johnson 

Cedarville, Stephenson 

Center, Schuyler 

Central City, Marion 

Centralid, Marion 



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Centre Point, Knox 

Centre Ridge, Mercer 

Cerro Gordo, Piatt 

Chambersburgh, Pike 

Champaign, Champaign 

Chandlerville, Cass- 

Channahon, Will 

Chapin, Morgan 

CHARLESTON, Coles 

Chatham, Sangamon 

Chatsworth, Livingston 

Chattan, Adams 

Chebanse, Iroquois 

Chelsea, Will 

Chemung. McHenry 

Chenoa, McLean 

Cherry Valley, Winnebago 

Cherrv Point City, Edgar 

CHESTER, Randoldph 

Chesterfield, Macoupin 

CHICAGO, . Cook 

Chili, Hancock 

Chillicothe, Peoria 

Circleville, Tazewell 

Clarion, Bureau 

Clark Centre, Clark 

Clay City, Clay 

Clayton, Adams 
Clear C'k Landing, Alexander 

Clermont, Richland 

Clifton, Iroquois 

CLINTON, DeWitt 

Clintonville, Kane 

Clyde, Whiteside 

Coal Valley, Rock Island 

Coalville, Livingt^ton 

Coatsburgh, Adams 

Cobb, Randolph 

Colchester, McDonough 

Cold Spring, Shelby 

Collins Station, Clinton 

Collinsville, Madison 

Colmar, McDonough 

Cologne, Edgar 

Colona Station, Henry 

Columbia, Madison 

Columbus, Adams 

Como, Whiteside 

Concord, Morgan 

Conkey's Store, Vermillion 

Constantinople, Jasper 

Cooperstown, Brown 

Copenhagen, DuPage 

Copper Creek, Rock Island 

Coral, McHenry 

Cordova, Rock Island 

Corinth, Williamson 

Cornton, Cumberland 

Cornville LaSalle 

Cottage Grove, Douglas 

Cottage Hill, DuPage 

Cotton Hill, Sangamon 

Cottonwood, Gallatin 

Cottonwood Grove, Bond 

Coultersville, Randolph 

Council Hill, Jo Davies 
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Courtland Station 


, DeKalb 


Dubois, 


Washington 


Courtright's Mills 


, Iroquois 


Duck Creek, 


\V;irren 


Crab Orchard, 


Williamson 


Dudley, 


Edgar 


Crawford, 


Gallatin 


Dudleyville, 


Bond 


Crescent City, 


Iroquois 


Dun cannon, 


Stephenson 


Crete, 


Will 


Duncan's Mills, 


Fulton 


Crittenden, 


Franklin 


Dundas, 


Richland 


Cross Roads, 


Wayne 


Dundee, 


Kane 


Crow Meadows, 


Marshall 


J^unlieth, 


Jo Daviess 


Cruger, 


Woodford 


Dunton, 


Co-.k 


Crystal Lake, 


McHenry 


Dimn, 


Moultrie 


Cuba, 


Fulton 


DuPage, 


Will 


Curran, 


Sangamon 


Duquoin, 


Perry 


Cypress Creek. 


Johnson 


Durand Station, 


Winnebago 


Dakota, 


Stephenson 


Durham, 


Hancock 


Dallas City, 


Hancock 


D wight, 


Livingston 


Damascus, 


Stephenson 


Eagle, 


LaSalle 


Damiansville, .,, 


Clinton 


Eagle Cliffs, 


Monroe 


Danby, 


DuFage 


Eiigle Lake, 


Will 


Danforth, 


Tazewell 


Eagle Point, 


Ogle 


Danvers, 


McLean 


Earlville, 


LaSalle 


DANVILLE, 


Vermillion 


East Bend, 


Ford 


Darien, 


Clark 


East Burlington, 


Kane 


Darm Stadt, 


St. Clair 


East Cambridge, 


Henry 


Darwin, 


Clark 


East Fork, 


Montgomery 


Davis, 


Stephenson 


East Northfield, 


Cook 


Dawson, 


Sangamon 


East Paw Paw, 


DeKalb 


Daysville, 


Ogle 


East Peoria, 


Tazewell 


Dayton, 


LaSalle 


East St. Louis, 


St. Clair 


Dean'^ Corners, 


Lake 


East Sumner, 


Kankakee 


Dearborn, 


McHenry 


East Wheatland, 


Will 


DECATUR, 


Macon 


Eaton, 


Crawford 


Deep Cut 


McHenry 


Edgewood, 


Efi&nc;liam 


Deer Creek, 


Tazewell 


Edgington, 


Rock Island 


Deer Park, 


LaSalle 


EDWARDSVILLE, Madison] 


Deer Plain, 


Calhoun 


Edwards Station, 


Peoria 


Deerfield, 


Lake 


EFFINGHAM, 


Effingham 


Deerfield Prairie, 


DeKalb 


Ela, 


Lake 


DeKalo Centre, 


DeKalb 


Elba, 


Gallatin 


Delavan, 


Tazewell 


Elbridge, ' 


Edgar 


Delhi, 


Jersey 


Eldara, 


I'tke 


Del Rey, 


Iroquois 


Eldena, 


Lee 


Delta, 


McLean 


El Dorado, 


Saline 


Dement Station, 


Ogle 


Elerov, 


Stephenson 


Denny, 


Warren 


Elgin,' 


Kane 


Denver, 


Hancock 


Elida, 


Winnebago 


Derinda, 


Jo Daviess 


Eliza, 


Mercer 


DeSoto, 


Jackson 


Elizabeth, 


Jo Daviess 


Detroit, 


Pike 


ELIZaBETHTOWN, Hardin 


DeWitt. 


DeWitt 


Elk Grove, 


Cook 


Diamond Lake, 


Lake 


Elkhart City, 


Logan 


Dillon, 


Tazewell 


Elk Horn, 


Washington 


Dix, 


Jefferson 


Elk Horn Grove, 


Carroll 


DIXON, 


Lee 


Elk ton. 


Crawford 


Doddsville, 


Schuyler 


Elkville, 


Jackson 


Dolton's Station, 


Cook 


Elliottstown, 


Effingham 


Dongola, 


Union 


Ellis Grove, 


Randolph 


Donelson, 


Montgomery 


Ellison, 


Warien 


Dorchester, 


Macoupin 


Ellisville, 


Fulton 


Dorset, 


DeKalb 


Ellsworth, 


Stark 


Dorsey, 


Madison 


Elm Grove, 


Adams 


Douglas, 


Knox 


Elmira, 


Peoria 


Dover, 


Bureau 


Elm Point, 


Bond 


Downer's Grove, 


DuPage 


Elmwood, 


Peoria 


Downs, 


McLean 


El Paso, 


Woodford 


Drury, 


Rock Island 


Elsah, 


Jersey 


Dry Point, 


Shelby 


Elvaston, 


Hancock 



Elwin, 

El wood, 

Embarrass, 

Eminence, 

Emma, 

Empire, 

Endor, 

Enfield, 

English 'Prairie, 

Enterprise, 

EQUALITY, 

Erie, 

Erin, 

Etna, 

Eugene, 

Eureka, 

Evans' Mill, 

Evanston. 

Evansville, 

Ewing, 

Ewiujton, 

Exeter, 

Fairburgh, 

FAIRFIELD, 

Fair Haven, 

Fairmount, 

Fairview, 

Fair Weather, 

Falls Creek, 

Farina, 

Farm Ridge, 

Farmington, 

Farmsville, 

Farrowtown, 

Fayette, 

Fayetteville, 

Ferdinand, 

Fiatt, 

Fidelity, 

Fieldon, 

Fillmore, 

Fishhook, 

Fitz Henrv, 

Fitz Hill," 

Flagg Station, 

Flat Rock, 

Flint, 

Flora, 

Floraville, 

Florence, 

Florence Station, 

Florid, 

Forest City, 

Forest Station, 

Foreston, 

Forksville, 

Forsyth, 

Fort Hill, 

Fosterlnn-gh, 

Fountain Green, 

Four Mile Grove, 

Fowler's Station, 

Fox Lake, 

Francisco, 

Frankfort, 

Franklin, 

Franklin Grove, 



Mai-on 

Will 

Edgar 

Logan 

White 

Whiteside 

Will 

White 

Mcllenry 

Wayne 

Galatin 

Whiteside 

McHenry 

Coles 

Knox 

Woodford ■ 

Morgan 

Cook 

Randolph 

Franklin 

EfiBngham 

Scott 

Livingston 

Wayne 

CarVoH 

Ve rmilioii 

Fulton 

Adams 

Adams 

Favette 

La Salle 

Fulton 

Woodford 

Calhoun 

Greene 

St. Clair 

Mercer 

Fulton 

Jcisey 

Jersey 

Montgomerv 

Pike 

Ogle 

Franklin 

Ogle 

Crawford 

Pike 

Clay 

St. ClaiV 

Pike 

Stephons'n 

Putnam 

Mason 

Livimrston 

^Oglc 

Lake 

Macon 

Lake 

Madison 

Hancock 

LaSalle 

Adams 

Lake 

Montgomery 

Franklin 

Morgan 

Lee 



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Franconia, 


Richland GREENUP, 


Cumberland Highland Park, 


Lake 


Fredricksville, 


Schuyler Greenvale, 


JoDaviess 


High Point, 


Mercer 


Fredonia, 


Williamson GREENVILLE. 


Bond 


HILLSBORO, 


Montgomery 


Freeburg, 


St. Clair Greenwood, 


McHenry 


lill's Grove, 


McDonough 


Freedom, 


LaSalle Gridley, 


McLean 


loUand, 


Shelby 


Free land, 


DeKalh Griggsville, 


Pike 


lolliday. 


Macoupin 


Freeinanton, 


Effingham Grimm, 


St. Clair 


lollowayyille. 


Bureau 


FREEPORT, 


Stephenson Grinton, 


Will 


nlolt's Prairie, 


Perry 


Freemont Centre, 


Lake Griswold, 


Hamilton 


lome. 


Wayne 


French Villaf:;e, 


St. Clair Grouse, 


Kane 


Homer, 


Champaign 


Friend Grove, 


Wabash 


iroveland. 


Tazewell 


Hooker, 


Shelby 


Friendship, 


McDonough 


Gtuilford, 


JoDaviess 


Hopedale, 


Tazewell 


Friendsville, 


Wabash 


Hadley, 


Will 


Hopewell, 


Macon 


Fulleisburgh, 


DuPage 


3adley's Station, 


Lawrence 


Hopper's Mills, 


Henderson 


Fuller's Point, 


Coles 


Hagley, 


Cass 


Hord, 


Clay 


FULTON, 


Whiteside 


Bainesville, 


Lake 


Hornsby, 


Macoupin 


Gage's Lakes, 


Lake 


flaldane, 


Ogle 


Houghton, 


Jo Daviess 


GALENA, 


JoDaviess 


Hale, 


Ogle 


Howard's Point, 


Fayette 


Galesburg, 


Knox 


Half Day, 


Lake 


Howardsville, 


Stephenson 


Gallatia, 


Saline 


Hallock" 


Peoria 


Howlett, 


Sangamon 


Galloway, 


LaSalle 


Halltown, 


Saline 


Howselville, 


Edgar 


Galum, 


Perry 


Hamburg, 


Calhoun 


Iloyleton, 


Washington 


Galva, 


Henry 


Hamilton, 


Hancock 


Hudson, 


McLean 


Gap Grove, 


Lee 


Hiimlet, 


Mercer 


Hume, 


Whiteside 


Garden Plain, 


Whiteside 


Hamlin, 


McLean 


Huntley Grove, 


McHenry 


Garden Prairie, 


Boone 


Hampshire, 


Kane 


Huntsville, 


Schuyler 


Gardner, 


Grundv 


Hampton, 


^Rock Island 


Hurricane, 


Montgomery 


Gard's Point, 


Wabasii 


Hanover, 


JoDaviess 


Hutsonville, 


Crawford 


Genesee Grove, 


Whiteside 


HARDIN, 


Calhoun 


Hutton, 


Coles 


Geneseo, 


Henry 


Hardinsville, 


Crawford 


Hyde Park, 


Cook 


GENEVA, 


Kane 


Hark, 


Shelby 


latan, 


Morgan 


Genoa, 


DeKalb 


Harker's Corners, 


Peoria 


Illinois City, 


Rock Island 


Georgetown, 


Vermilion 


Harlem, 


Winnebago 


Illinoistown, 


St. Clair 


Germantown, 


Clinton 


Harmony, 


McHenry 


IlliopoHs Station 


, Sangamon 


Gibson, 


Knox 


Harris Grove, 


Jefferson 


Indianola, 


Vermilion 


Giiead, 


{Calhoun 


HARRISBURGH 


, Saline 


Industry, 


McDonough 


Gilgal, 


Pike 


Harrison, 


Winnebago 


Ingraham, 


Clay 


Gillespie, 


Macoupin 


Harrisonville, 


Monroe 


Ionia, 


. Warren 


Gilman, 


Iroquois 


Harristown, 


Macon 


Ipava, 


Fulton 


Gilmer, 


Lake 


Hartford, 


Saline 


Iroquois, 


Iroquois 


Girard, 


Macoupin 


Harvard, 


McHenry 


Irving, 


Montgomery 


Glasgow, 


Scott 


Hat Island, 


Jackson 


Irvington, 


Washington 


Glencoe,' 


Cook 


HAVANA, 


Mason 


Island Creek, 


Jasper 


Glendale, 


Pope 


Havelock, 


Cook 


JACKSONVILLE, Morgan 


Glenwood Mills, 


Livingston 


Hazel Dell, 


Cumberland 


Jamestown, 


Clinton 


Godfrev, 


Madison 


Hazlett, 


Rock Island 


Jefferson, 


Cook 


GOLCONDA, 


Pope 


Hebron, 


McHenry 


Jeff'ns Corners, 


Whiteside 


Good Hope, 


McDonough 


Hecker, 


Monroe 


Jeffersonville, 


Wayne 


Gooding's Grove 


Will 


Hemlo, 


Whiteside 


Joricho, 


Kane 


Goose Island, 


Alexandei 


Henderson, 


Knox 


JERSEYVILLE 


Jersey 


Grafton, 


Jersey 


HENNEPIN, 


Putnam 


Johnsburg, 


McHenry 


Grand Chain, 


Pulaski 


Henry, 


'Marshall 


Johnsonville, 


Wayne 


Grand Detour, 


Ogle 


Herman's Store, 


Washington 


Johnstown, 


Cumberland 


Grand Piairie, 


Kankakee 


Hermon, 


Knox 


JOLIET, 


Will 


Grand Tower, 


Jackson 


Herndon, 


Montgomery 


JONESBORO, 


Union 


Grand View, 


Edgai 


Herrins' Prairie, 


Williamsoi. 


Jordan, 


Vermilion 


Grande Cote Prairie, Perr> 


Hersman's 


Brown 


Jordan's Grove, 


Randolph 


Grantsburgh, 


Johnsoi 


Ileyworth, 


McLean 


Junction, 


DuPage 


Granville, 


Putnan 


Hickory, 


Lake 


Junction Grove, 


Cook 


Grnyville, 


White 


Hickory Creek, 


Fayette 


Kane, 


Greene 


Greasy, 


Macoupii 


Hickory Grove, 


Massac 


Kaneville, 


Kane 


Greeiibush, 


Warrer 


Hickor> Hill, 


Marion 


KANKAKEE CITY, Kankakee 


Green Dale, 


Marioi 


Hickory Ridge, 


Hancock 


K^ansas, 


Edgar 


Greenfield, 


Green t 


> Hick's Mills, 


DeKalb 


Kappa, 


Woodford 


Green Garden, 


Wil 


Hidalgo, 


Jaspei 


IvASKASKIA, 


Randolph 


Greenland, 


Fayette 


Higginsville, 


Vermilion 


Keene, 


Adams 


Green River, 


Henr\ 


Highland, 


Madison 


llCeenville, 


Wayne 



Use West's Pulmonary Balsam for Coughs and Colds. 



"»»», 



Take no Baking Powder but Biddle & Hoagland's. 

LIST OF POST OFFICES IN ILLINOIS. 



291 



KEITHSBURG, 


Mercer 


Lima, 


Adams 


Manchester, 


Scott 


Kendall, 


Kendall 


Limerick, 


Bureau 


Manito, 


Mason 


Kent, 


Stephenson 


Limestone, 


Kankakee 


Manlius, 


LaSalle 


Kentucky, 


Vermilion 


LLYCOLN, 


Logan 


Man^field, 


Kendall 


Keokuk Junction, 


Adams 


Lincoln Green, 


Johnson 


Maradosia, 


Morgan 


Kewanee, 


Henry 


Lindenwood, 


Ogle 


Mantcno, 


Kankakee 


Keyesport, 


Clinton 


Lisbon, 


Kendall 


Maple Grove, 


Edwaids 


Kickapoo, 


Peoria 


Lisle Station, 


DuPage 


Maples Mill, 


Fulton 


Kilb'ick, 


Ogle 


Litchfield, 


Montgomery 


Maipion, 


Knox 


Kinderhook, 


Pike 


Little Muddy, 


Franklin 


MarccUine, 


Adams 


King's Mills, 


Kane 


Little Rock," 


Kendall 


Marengo, 


McHenry 


Kingsburg, 


Whiteside 


Little York, 


Warren 


Marietta, 


Fulton 


Kingston, 


DeKalb Littleton, 


Schuyler 


Marine, 


Madison 


Kingston Mines, 


Peoria 


Lively, 


St. Clair 


MARIOX, 


Williain.^on 


Kinmundy, 


Marion 


Lively Grove, 


Washington 


Mai'issa, 


St. Clair 


Kintyre, 


Winnebago 


Liverpool, 


Fulton 


Markanda, 


Jackson 


Kishwaukee, 


Winnebago 


Livingston, 


Clark 


Maroa, 


Macon 


Knight's Grove, 


St Clair 


Loami, 


Sangomon 


Marrow Bone, 


Moultrie 


KNOXVILLE, 


Knox 


Lock, 


LaSalle 


Marseilles, 


LaSalle 


Kyte River, 


Ogle 


Lockport, 


Will 


MARSHALL, 


Clark 


Lacey, 


DeKalb 


Locust Grove, 


Williamson 


Martinsburgh, 


Pike 


LaClair, 


DeKalb 


Lodi Station, 


Kane 


Martinsville, 


Clark 


LaClede, 


Fayette 


Logan, 


Edgar 


Marysville, 


Vermilion 


LAC ON, 


Marshall 


Logansport, 


Hamilton 


Mascoutah, 


St. Clair 


Laenna, 


Logan 


London City, 


Fayette 


Mason, 


Effingham 


Lafayette, 


Stark 


Lone Tree, 


Bureau 


Mattison, 


Cook 


LaFox, 


Kane 


Long Grove, 


Lake 


Mattoon, 


Coles 


LaHarpe, 


Hancock 


Long Point, 


Livingston 


Maynardsville, 


Calhoun 


Lake Creek, 


Williamson 


Long Prairie, 


Wayne 


Mazon, 


Grundy 


Lake Forrest, 


Lake 


Looking Glass, 


Clinton 


Mechanicsburg, 


Sangamon 


Lake Zurich, 


Lake 


Loran, 


Stephenson 


Millington, 


Kendall 


Lamb's Point, 


Madison 


Lostant, 


LaSalle 


Meliose, 


Clark 


Lamoille, 


Bureau 


London Citv, 


Fayette 


Mendota, 


LaSalle 


Lanark, 


Carroll 


LOUISVILLE, 


Clay 


Mendon, 


Adams 


Lancaster, 


Cass 


Lovilla, 


Hamilton 


Meridian, 


LaSalle 


Lane's Cross R'ds 


Hamilton 


Lowland, 


St. Clair 


Merrimack Pt. 


Monroe 


Langdon, 


Peoria 


Low Point, 


Woodford 


MATAMORA, 


Woodford 


Lansinc, 


Cook 


Lowell, 


LaSalle 


METROPOLIS, 


Ma.-sac 


Laona, 


Winnebago Loxa, 


Coles 


Middle Creek, 


Hancock 


LaPrairie, 


Adams 


Luda, 


Ogle 


Middle' Grove, 


Fulton 


LaPrairie Centre, 


Marshall 


Lusk, 


Pope 


MIDDLEPORT, 


Iro(|uois 


Larkinsburgh, 


Clay 


Lynchburg, 


Jefferson 


Middk'town. 


Logan 


LaSalle, 


LaSalle 


Lyndon, 


Wh iteside 


Midway, 


Fulton 


Lawndale, 


Logan 


Lynn Grove, 


Henry 


Mier, 


Wabash 


Lawn Ridge, 


Marshall 


Lynnville, 


M organ 


Miles" Station, 


Macoupin 


Lawrence, 


McHenry 


Lyons, 


Cook 


Milford, 


Irotpiois 


LAWRENCE V., 


Lawrence 


Lyonsville, 


Cook 


Millburn, 


Lake 


Lebanon, 


St. Clair 


McConnell's Gr. 


Steph ensou 


Milledgeville, 


Carroll 


Lee Centre, 


Lee 


McGary, 


H ancock 


Millersbur'j;h, 


Meicer 


Leesvillc, 


Boone 


McHenry, 


M c Henry 


Mills Prairie. 


Edwai-d.s 


Leland, 


LaSalle 


McLean, 


McLean 


Millstadt, 


St. Clair 


Lemont, 


Cook 


McLeansboro, 


Hamilton 


Miluiine, 


Piatt 


Lena, 


tephenson 


Macedonia, 


Hamilton 


Milo, 


Bureau 


Lenzburg, 


St. Clair 


Mackinaw, 


Tazewell 


Milroy, 


Knox 


Leon, 


Whiteside 


MACOMB, 


M Donough 


Milton, 


Pike 


L'Erable, 


Iroquois 


Macon, 


Macon 


Milton Station, 


Coles 


LeRoy, 


McLean 


Macys Town, 


Monroe 


Miner, 


L.iSalle 


Lester, 


Marion 


Madison, 


M adison 


Mineral, 


Bureau 


Lewis, 


Kendall 


Magnolia, 


P utnam Mineral Springs, 


Pike 


LEWISTOWN, 


Fulton 


Mahomet, 


Cham paign Mincrsville, 


Ileniv 


Lexington, 


McLean 


Main, 


Cook Minonk, 


Woodford 


Leyden, 


Cook 


Mainville. 


CookJMinooka, 


Grundy 


Leyden Centre, 


Cook 


Majority Pt. 


Cumberland Mi tcliellsville, 


Saline 


Liberty, 


Adams 


Maiden, 


Bureau! Mitchie, 


^lonroe 


Libertyville, 


Lake 


Mai ma. 


DeKalbl Moccasin, 


Effingham 


Lick Creek, 


Union 


Malta, 


DeKalb! Mode, 


Shclbv 


Light House, 


Ogle 


Malugin Grove 


Lee ilodena. 


Staru 


:Use Wallace's 


Pile Panacea and^Fe 


imily Medic 


ines. 



292 



New York Store," 90 Columbia St., EOOT & CO., Jobbers and 

LIST OF POST OFFICES IN ILLINOIS. 



Mokeiia, 


Will 


Moline, 


Rock Island 


Monience, 


Kankakee 


Monee, 


Will 


MONMOUTH, 


Warren 


Monroe Centie, 


Ogle 


Monroe City, 


Monroe 


Monterej^ 


Calhoun 


Montezuma, 


Pike 


Mont'j;oinery. 


Kane 


MOXTICELLO, 


Piatt 


Monument, 


Pike 


Moore's Prairie, 


Jefferson 


Morlaa!s Grove, 


Wayne 


More, 


Madison 


MORRIS, 


Grundy 


MORRISON, 


Whiteside 


Morristown, 


Henry 


-Moitansville, 


Sangamon 


Morton, 


Tazewell 


Moscow, 


Union 


Mossville, 


Peoria 


Moulton, 


Shelby 


Moultor.ville, 


Madison 


Mound City, 


Pulaski 


Mound Station, 


Brown 


Mount Auburn, 


Christian 


MOUNT CARMEL, Wabash 


MT. CARROLL, 


Carroll 


Mount Erie, 


Wayne 


Mount Uowley, 


Peoria 


MOUNT MORRIS, Ogle 


Mount Palatine, 


Putnam 


Mount Pleasant, 


Union 


Mount Pulaski, 


Logan 


MT. STERLING, 


Brown 


Mt. Sunnier, 


Jo Daviess 


MT. VERNON, 


Jefferson 


Moweaqua, 


Shelby 


Mud Creek, 


St. CJai'i 


Mulberry Grove, 


Bond 


Mule Creek, 


Cumberland 


Munson, 


Heur} 


MURPIIYSBORO 


, Jackson 


Murraysville, 


Morgan 


Myersville, 


Vermilion 


Nachusa, 


Lee 


NAPERVILLE, 


DuPagt 


Naples, 


Scott 


NASHVILLE, 


Wasniigton 


Nauvoo, 


flarcock 


Nebo, 


Pike 


Neelyville, 


Morgan 


Negro Lick, 


Greene 


Nelson, 


Lee 


Neoga, 


Cumberland 


Nepoiiset, 


Bureau 


Nevada, 


Stepliensoi 


New Baltimore, 


Wayne 


New Bedford, 


Bureau 


New Berlin, 


Sangamon 


New Boston, 


"Mercei 


New Bremen, 


Cook 


New Clyde, 


Whiteside 


New Columbia, 


Massac 


New Douglas, 


Miidison 


New Gennessee, 


■Whiteside 



New Harmony, 


SangamoH 


Olive, 


Lawrence 


New Hartford, 


Pike 


OLNEY, 


Richland 


New Haven, 


Gallatin 


Omega, 


Marion 


New Hebron, 


Crawford 


Omph Ghent, 


Madison 


New Hope, 


Wabash 


Onarga, 


Iroquois 


New Jordan, 


Whiteside 


Oneco, 


Stephenson 


New Lebanon, 


DeKalb 


Oneida, 


Knox 


New Lennox, 


Will 


Ontario, 


Knox 


New Liberty, 


Pope 


Ophir, 


LaSalle 


New Market, 


Gallatin 


OQUAKA, 


Henderson 


New Massillon, 


Wayne 


Orange Prairie, 


Peoria 


New Maysville, 


Pike 


Orangeville, 


Stephenson 


New Michigan, 


Livingston 


OREGON, 


Ogle 


New Middleton, 


Marion 


Orion, 


Henry 


New Milford, 


Winnebago 


Orland, 


Cook 


New PhiladePa, 


McDonough 


Orleans, 


Morgan 


New Providence, 


Greene 


Osage, 


Franklin 


New Rutland, 


LaSalle 


Osceola, 


Stark 


New Salem, 


Pike 


Ostend, 


McHenry 


Newark, 


Kendall 


OSWEGO, 


Kendall 


Newl)erne, 


Jersey 


Otsego, 


Lake 


Newcomb, 


Champaign 


OTTAWA, 


LaSalle 


Newell, 


Vermilion 


Otter Creek. 


Jersey 


Newman, 


Douglas 


Otto, 


Fulton 


Newport, 


Lake 


Ottsville, 


Bureau 


News, 


Calhoun 


Owaneco, 


Christian 


NEWTON, 


Jasper 


Oxbow, 


Putnam 


Ney, 


DeKalb 


Oxford, 


Henry 


Niantic, 


Macon 


Padua, 


McLean 


Night's Prairie, 


Hamilton 


Paine's Point, 


Ogle 


Niles, 


Cook 


Palatine, 


Cook 


Niles Centre, 


Cook 


Palermo, 


Edgar 


Nilwood, 


Macoupin 


PALESTINE, 


Crawford 


Noble, 


Richland 


Palmer's Prairie, 


Jersey 


Nokomis, 


Montgomery 


Palmyra, 


Macoupin 


Nora, 


Jo Daviess 


Palo Alto, 


Hamilton 


Normal, 


McLean 


Paloma, 


Adams 


Norris, 


Fulton 


Palos, 


Cook 


North Hampton, 


Peoria 


Pan a. 


*Christian 


North Henderson 


, Mercer 


Panola Station, 


Woodford 


North Kingston, 


DeKalb 


Paradise, 


Coles 


North Plato, 


Kane 


PARIS, • 


Edgar 


North Prairie, 


Knox 


Parish, 


Franklin 


Northfield, 


Cook 


Parkersburg, 


Richland 


Northville, 


LaSalle 


Park's Corners, 


Boone 


Norway, 


LaSalle 


Patoka, 


Marion 


Nunda Station, 


McHenry 


Pavilion, 


Kendall 


Oak, 


Pope 


Paw Paw Grove, 


Lee 


Oak Dale, 


_.■> ingston 


Pawnee, 


Sangamon 


Oak Park, 


Cook 


PAXTON, 


Ford 


Oak Point, 


Clark 


Pay son. 


Adams 


Oak Ridge, 


Menard 


Pearl, 


Pike 


Oakalla, 


Iroquois 


Pecatonica, 


Wsnnebago 


Oakland, 


Coles 


PEKIN, 


Tazewell 


Oakley, 


Macon 


Pellonia, 


Massac 


Oblong, 


Crawford 


Pennington Point 


, McDon'h 


Oconee Station, 


Shelby 


Pennsylvania, 


Rock Island 


Ocova, 


Livingston 


PEORIA, 


Peoria 


Odell, 


Livingston 


Peotone, 


Will 


Odin, 


Marion 


Pera Station, 


Champaign 


O'Fallon Depot, 


St. Clair 


Perry, 


Pike 


Ogle Station, 


Lee 


Perryton, 


Mercer 


Ohio, 


Bureau 


Peru, 


LaSalk- 


Okaw, 


Washington 


Pesotum, 


Champaign 


Old Farm, 


Lawrence 


PETERSBURGH, 


ilenard 


Old Ripley, 


Bond 


Betty's, 


Lawrence 


Olena, 


Henderson 


Philiipstown, 


White 



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Retailers of Domestics, Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES li^ ILLINOIS. 



293 



Philo, 


Champaign 


Rapids City, 


Rock Island 


Sacramento, 


White 


Piasa, 


Macoupin 


Raritan, 


Henderson 


Sagetown, 


Henderson 


Pickwick, 


Jaspar 


Readihg, 


Livingston 


Sagone, 


DuPage 
Hancock 


Pierce, 


Will 


Rectorville, 


Hamilton 


St. xVlbans, 


Pierceville, 


DeKalb 


Red Bank, 


Saline 


Saint Anne, 


Kankakee 


Pilot, 


Vermilion 


Red Bud, 


Randolph 


St. Augustine, 


Fulton 


Pin Oak, 


Wayne 


Renault, 


Monroe 


St. Chai'les, 


Kane 


PINGKNEYVILLE, Peirv 


Reynoldsburgh, 


Johnson 


Saint Francisvillc, 


Lawrence 


Pine Rock, 


Ogle 


Rhode's Point, 


Macoupin 


Saint Jacob, 


iladison 


Pingiee Gro.ve, 


Kane 


Richfield. 


Adams 


Saint John, 


F.-rry 


Pink Prairie, 


Henry 


Richland, 


Sangamon 


Saint Joseph's, 


Chamjiaigii 


PITTSFIRLD, 


Pike 


Richland Grove, 


Mercer 


Saint Marie, 


J aspL-r 


Plain View, 


Macon])in 


Richmond, 


McIIenry 


Saint Mary's 


Hancock 


Plainfield, 


Will 


Richview, 


Washington 


Saint Morgan, 


Madison 


Piano, 


Kendall 


Ridge Farm, 


Vei'milion 


Saint Theodore, 


Morgan 


Plato, 


Iroquois 


Ridgefield, 


McHenry 


S.iLEM, 


Alurion 


Plattvlile, 


Kendall 


Ridgely, 


■ Madison 


Saline Mills, 


Gallatin 


Pleasant Corners 


, Jo Daviess 


Ridge Prairie, 


St. Clair 


Salisbury. 


Sangamon 


Pleasant Green, 


Stark 


Ridott, 


Stephenson 


Salt Creek, 


Effingham 


Pleasant Grove, 


Wavne 


Riley, 


McHenry 


Sam'sville, 


Edward 


Pleasant Hill, 


Pike 


Ringgold, 


Cook 


San Jose, 


Mason 


Pleasant Mound, 


Bond 


Ringwood, 


McHenry 


Sand Lake, 


Lake 


Pleasant Plains, 


Stine:amon 


Rinosa ' 


Iroquois 


Sandoval, 


Marion 


Pleasant Prairie, 


"Bond 


Ripley, 


Brown 


Sandwich, 


DeKalb 


Pleasant liidge. 


Rock Island 


Risdon, 


St. Clair 


Sangamon Station 


, Macon 


Pleasant Vale, 


Pike 


Rising Sun, 


Macoupin 


Santa Anna, 


De Witt 


Pleasant Valley, 


Jo Davies 


Rivola, 


Mercer 


Sania Fe, 


Alexander 


Pleasant View, 


Schuyler 


Roanoke, 


Woodford 


Sarahsville, 


Williamson 


Plum Hill, 


Washington 


Robin's Nest, 


Peoria 


Sardinia, 


Pike 


Plum River, 


Jo Davies 


ROBINSOM, 


Crawford 


Savannah, 


Carroll 


Plymouth, 


Hancock 


Robinson Creek, 


Shelby 


Saxon, 


Henry 


Pocliahontas, 


Bond 


Robinson's Mills, 


Menaid 


Baybrook, 


ilcLean 


Poi.it Pleasant, 


Vermilion 


Rochelle, 


Ogle 


Scales Mound, 


Jo Davies 


Polo, 


Ogle 


Rocliester, 


Sangannm 


School, 


White 


Pols^rove, 


Carroll 


Rochester's Mills, 


W^abash 


Scott, 


LaSalle 


Pond Pike, 


Massac 


Rock, 


Pope 


Scottville, 


Macoupin 


PONTIAO, 


Livingston 


Rockbridge, 


Greene 


Secor, 


Woodt'(5rd 


Pontoosuc, 


Hancock 


Rock Creek, 


Carroll 


Selby Station, 


Bureau 


Pope Creek, 


Mercer 


Rock Grove, 


Stephenson 


Seller's Landing, 


Hardin 


Poplar Grove, 


Boone 


ROCK ISLAND, 


Rock Island 


Selma, 


McLean 


Port Byron, 


Rock Island 


Rock Run, 


Stephenson 


Seneca, 


LaSalle 


Portland, 


Whiteside 


ROCKFORD, 


Winnebago 


Sennex, 


McLean 


PRAIRIE CITY, 


McDonough 


Rockland, 


Lake 


Serene, 


L:iSalle 


Prairie Creek, 


Logan 


Rock port. 


Pike 


Shabbona's Grove, 


DeKalb 


Prairie du Roche 


•, Randolph 


Rockton, 


Winnebago 


Shabbonicr, 


Favette 


Prairie Hill, 


Williamson 


llockville. 


Kaidtakee 


SHAWNEETOWN, Gallatin 


Prairie Home, 


Shelby 


Rock wood. 


Randolph 


Shannon, 


Carroll 


Pi'airie Mound, 


Favette 


Roland, 


White 


Sharon, 


Henry 


Prairie Pond, 


DeKalb 


Rome, 


Jelierson 


Shaumburg, 


Cook 


Prairie Town, 


Madison 


Rook's Creek, 


■ Livingston 


Sh;Vw's Point, 


Macoui)in 


Pre-emption, 


Mercer 


Rosamond, 


Christian 


Sheffield, 


Bureau 


Prentice, 


Morgan 


Roscoe, 


Winnebago 


SHELBYVILLE, 


Shelby 


Preston, 


Randolph 


Rose Hill, 


Jasper 


Sheldon, 


Iroquois 


PRINCETON, 


Bureau 


Rosefield, 


Peoria 


Sheldon's Grove, 


Schuyler 


Prineeville, 


Peoria 


Rosocrans, 


Lake 


Sherburnville, 


Kank;ikee 


Prophetstown, 


Whiteside 


Rosoville, 


Warren 


Sherman, 


Sanjamon 


Providence, 


Bureau 


Ross' Grove, 


DeKalb 


Shiloh, 


St. Clair 


Proviso, 


Cook 


Rossville, 


Vermilion 


Shiloh Hill, 


Randolph 


Pula?ki, 


Hancock 


Round Grove, 


Wliiteside 


Shinns Point, 


Johnson 


Pulley's Mills, 


Williamson 


Rosetta, 


Henderson 


Shipman, 


Macoupin 


QUIiN'CY, 


Adams 


Ruma. 


Randolph 


Shirland, 


Winnebago 


Raccoon, 


Marion 


Rural, 


Rock Island 


Shirley, 


McLean 


RALEIGH, 


Saline 


Rural Retreat, 


Coles 


Slioal Creek Station, Clinton 


Ramsey, 


Fayette 


Rusa, 


Jo Davies 


Shokokon, 


Henderson 


Randolph, 


McLean 


RUSHVILLE, 


Schuyler 


Shop Creek, Montgomery 


Raneysburg, 


Washington 


Russellville, 


Lawrence 


Sidney, 


Chami)aign 


Rantoul, 


Champaign 


Rutland, 


Kane 


Si gel," 


Will 


Use West's Pulm 


onary Balsam for C( 


DUghs and Colds. 



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294 



LIST OF POST OFFICES IN ILLINOIS, 



Silver Creek, 


Stephenson Tavlor, 


.Ogle 


Victor Centre, 


DeKaib 


Slackwater, 


Stark TAYLORSYILLE 


Christian 


Victoria, 


Knox 


Smithton, 


St. Clair Tennessee, 


McDnnough 


VIENNA, 


Johnson 


Smithville, 


Peoria Tentopolis, 


Effingham 


Villa Ridge, 


Pulaski 


Snachwine, 


Putnam Terre Haute, 


Henderson 


Viola, 


Mercer 


Snicarte, 


Mason Thebes, 


Alexander 


Virdin, 


Macoupin 


Sodorus, 


Cham]5aigu The Grove, 


Cook 


Virgil, 


Fulton 


Solon Mills, 


McHenry Thomasboro, 


Champaign 


Virginia, 


Cass 


Somerset, 


Saline Thompson's Mills, 


Jo Daviess 


Wakefield, 


Richland 


Sonionauk, 


DeKaib Thomson, 


Carroll 


Walbridge, 


Pulaski 


Sonera, 


Hancock Thornton, 


Cook 


Wales, 


Ogle 


South America, 


Saline Thornton Station 


Cook 


Walker's Neck, 


Brown 


Southampton, 


Peoria Tilion, 


Veimilion 


Walkerville, 


Greene 


South Grove, 


DeKaib Timber, 


Peoria 


Wallingford, 


Will 


South Hampton, 


GaUatin Time, 


Pike 


Walnut, 


Bureau 


South Northfield, 


Cook Tiskilwa, 


Bureau 


Walnut Grove, 


Knox 


South Pass, 


Union Tiwnpity, 


Henderson 


Walnut Hill, 


Marion 


South Port, 


Peoria Tobacco, 


Johnson 


Walshville, 


Montgomery 


South Prairie, 


Henderson Tolono, 


Champaign 


Wanda, 


Madison 


South Willow Creek, Lee Tolula, 


Menard 


Wapclla, 


DeWitt 


South Wheatland 


Mason Toiiica, 


LaSalle 


Warren, 


Jo Daviess 


Spark's Hill, 


Hardin Topeka, 


Mason 


Warrensvilie, 


DuPage 


Sparland, 


Marsliall TOULOxV, 


Stark 


Warsiiw, 


Hancock 


Sparta, 


Randoipli Towauda, 


McLean 


Washburn, 


Marshall 


Specie Grove, 


Kendall Tower Hill, 


Shelby 


Washington, 


Tazewell 


Spencer, 


Will Town Line, 


Warren 


Washington Centre, Will 


Spring Bay, 


Woadford.Town Mount, 


Franklin 


Wataga, 


Knox 


Spring Garden, 


Jefferson Tracy, 


Will 


WATERLOO, 


Monroe 


Spring Grove, 


Warren Tremont, 


Tazewell 


Waterman's Mill 


s, Stephenson 


Spring Hill. 


Whiteside Trenton, 


Clinton 


Watertown, 


Rock Island 


SPRINGFIELD, 


Sangamon Triumph, 


LaSalle 


Watseka, 


Iroquois 


Springville, 


Coles Trivola, 


Peoria 


Watson, 


Sangamon 


Squaw Grove, 


De Kalb Troy, 


Madison 


Wauconda, 


Lake 


Staunton, 


Macoupiu Troy Grove, 


LaSalle 


W AUK EG AN, 


Lake 


Steam Mill, 


Schuyler Trumbull, 


Macoupin 


Waverly, 


Morgan 


Sterling, 


Whiteside Truro, 


Knox 


Wayland, 


Schuyler 


Stiflesville, 


Crawford Truxton, 


Bureau 


Wayne, 


DuPage 


Stirrup Grove, 


Macoupin Turner, 


DuPage 


Waynesville, 


DeWitt 


Stockton, 


Jo Daviess TUSCOLA, 


Douglas 


Webb's Prairie, 


Franklin 


Stone Fort, 


Saline 


Tyler, 


Winnebago 


Webster, 


Hancock 


Stone's Prairie, 


Adams Ullin, 


Pulaski 


Weller, 


Henry 


Stonington, 


Christian Undina, 


Kane 


Wenona Station 


Marshall 


Stratlin, 


Edgar Union, 


McHenry 


Wentworth, 


Lake 


Stringtown, 


Richland Union Grove, 


Whiteside 


West Hall, 


Warren 


Sublette, 


Lee Union Hill, 


Kankakee 


West Jersey, 


Stark 


Sugar Grove, 


Kane 


Union Point, 


Union 


West Point, 


Hancock 


SULLIVAN, 


Moultrie 


Union Town, 


Knox 


West S.ilem, 


Edwards 


Sulphur Springs, 


Williamson 


Unionville, 


Massac 


Western Saratog 


a, , Union 


Sunimcr Hill, 


Pike 


Unity, 


Alexander 


Westfield, 


Clark 


Sumiuerfield, 


St. Clair 


Upper Alton, 


Madison 


West Hallock, 


Peoria 


Sumuierville, 


Peoria 


URBANA, 


Champaign 


West Northfield, 


Cook 


Summit, 


Cook 


Ursa, 


Adams 


Wetaug, 


Pulaski 


Summon, 


Fulton 


Utah, 


Warren 


Wethersfield, 


Henry 


Sumner, 


Lawrence 


Utica, 


LaSalle 


Wetweather, 


Jasper 


Suniut-r Centre, 


Kankakee 


Valley, 


Stark 


Wheatfield, 


Sangamon 


Sunbeam, 


Mercer 


Van IBuren, 


DeKaib 


Wheaton, 


DuPage 


Sunbury, 


Livingston 


Vencil's Point, 


Macoupin 


Wheeling, 


Cook 


Sutton's Point, 


Clay 


VAN D ALIA, 


Fayette 


White Hall, 


Greene 


Swan Creek, 


Warren 


Vedder, 


CalKoun 


White Oak, 


Montgomery 


Sweet Water, 


Menard 


Venedy, 


Washington 


White Oak Springs, Brown 


SYCAMORE, 


DeKaib 


Veui, 


Effingham 


White Rock, 


Ogle 


Sj'lvan Dale, 


Hancock 


Venice, 


Madison 


White Willow, 


Kendall 


Sylvia, 


Schuyler 


Vera, 


Fayette 


Whitefield, 


Marshall 


Table Grove, 


Fulton 


Vermilion, 


Edgar 


Whitley's Point, 


Moultrie 


Tamaroa, 


Perrv 


Vermilionvillfe, 


LaSalle 


Williamsville, 


■ Sangamon 


Tama rock, 


Will 


Vermont, 


Fulton 


Willow, 


Jo Daviess 


Tanner, 


■ Ogle 


Versailles, 


Brown 


Willow Creek, 


Lee 



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Biddle &HoagIand's Baking Powder is the best and clieapest 

LIST OF POST OFFICES IN INDIANA. 295 



Willow Hill, 


Jasper 


Willow Springs, 


Cook 


Wilmington, 


Will 


Wilson, 


Mason 


WINCHESTER, 


Scott 


Windsor, 


Shelby 


Winfield, 


DiiPage 


Winnebago Dep. 


Winnebago 


Winnetka, 


Cook 


Winslow, 


Stephenson 


Woburn, 


Bond 


Woodburn, 


Macoupin 


Woodbury, 


Cumberland 



Woodhull, 


Henrv 


Woodside, 


Sangamon 


Woodson, 


Morgan 


WOODSTOCK, 


McHenry 


WoodviUe, 


Adams 


Wool, 


Pope 


VVoosung, 


Ogle 


Worthington, 


Jackson 


VVyanet, 


Bureau 


Wyoming, 


Stark 


Wythe, 


Hancock 


Xenia, 


Clay 


Yale, 


Jas'per 



Yankee Hollow, 

Yates City, 

Yellow Creek, 

Yellowhead Grov 

York, 

York Centre, 

York Xeck, 

Yorktown, 

YorkviUe, 

Young America, 

Zanesville, 

Zif, 

Zion, 



Jo Daviess 

Knox 

Stephenson 

e, Kankakee 

Clark 

Dul'age 

Adams 

Bureau 

Kendall 

Warren 

Montgomery 

Wayne 

Morgan 



LIST OF POST OFFICES IN INDIANA. 



Aberdeen, 


Ohio 


Ashley's Mills, 


»•— « 

Montgomery 


Abington, 


Wayne 


Ashland, 


Henr_y 


Acton, 


Marion 


Atkinsouyille, 


Owen 


Adair, 


Marion 


Attica, 


Fountain 


Adams, 


Decatur 


Aubbeenaubbee, 


Fulton 


Akron, 


Fulton 


Auburn, 


DeKalb 


Alamo, 


Montgomery 


Augusta Station 


Marion 


Albany, 


Delaware 


Aurora, 


Dearborn 


Albion, 


Noble 


Austin, 


Scott 


Alden, 


Marshall 


Avilla, 


Noble 


Alexandria, 


Madison 


Azalia, 


Bartholomew 


Alfont, 


Madison 


Baker's Mills, 


Jackson 


Alfordsville, 


Dayies 


Bainbridge, 


Putnam 


Allensyille, 


1 Switzerland 


Bahika, 


Randolph 


Alligator, 


Owen 


Ballstown, 


Ripley 


Alpha, 


Scott 


Baltimore, 


Warren 


Alquina^ 


Fayette 


Barber's Mills, 


Wells 


Alto, 


Howard 


Barbersville, 


Jefferson 


Alton, 


Crawford 


Barren, 


Harrison 


Alvarado, 


Steuben 


Bartonia, 


Randolph 


America, 


Wabash 


Batehara, 


Sullivan 


Americas, 


Tippecanoe 


Batesville, 


Ripley 


Amity, 


Johnson 


Battle Ground, 


Tippecanoe 


Amsterdam, 


Cass 


Bayou Mills. 


Huntington 


Anderson, 


Madison 


Be.in Blossom, 


Brown 


Andersonvilie, 


Franklin 


Bear Branch, 


Ohio 


Angola, 


Steuben 


Bear Creek, 


Jay 


AnguilJa, 


Clay 


Beaver Dam, 


Kosciusko 


Annapolis, 


Parke 


Beck's Mills. 


Washiai^ton. 


Anoka, 


Cass 


Beckyille, 


Montgouiery 


Antioch, 


Huntington 


Bedford, 


Lawrence. 


Arba, 


Randolph 


Beech Grove 


Rush 


Arcadia, 


Hamilton 


Beechy Mire, 


Union 


Arcana, 


Grant 


Belden, 


Wabash 


Areola, 


Alien 


Belle Air, 


Clav 


Arctic, 


DeKalb 


Bellmore, 


Parke 


Avgos, 


Marsluill 


Belleville, 


Hendricks 


Aruiiesburg, 


Parke 


Rennettsville, 


Clark 


Arriey, 


Owen 


Bennington, 


Sivitzerlaiui 


Ascension, 


Sullivan 


Benton, 


Elkhart 


Ashborough 


Clay 


Bentouville, 


Fayette 



Benville, 

Berlin, 

Bethany, 

Bethel, 

Bethleham, 

Bigelow's Mills, 

Big Springs, 

Blllingsville, 

Bird's Eye, 

Black Creek, 

Black Hawk Mills 

Black Oak Ridge, 

Blairsville, 

Bloom, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomingburg, 

Bloomingdale, 

Blooming Grove, 

Bloomingsport, 

Bloouiington, 

Blountsvillc, 

Blue Creek, 

Blue Grass, 

Blue Lick, 

Blue Rid^e, 

Bluff Creek, 

Bluff Point, 

Bluffton, 

Bock's Mills, 

Bono, 

Boon Grove, 

Boonville, 

Boston, 

Boundary, 

B()url)on, 

Bourie, 

!5oviiie, 

Bowling Green. 

Boxley. 

Boydston's Mills, 

Bradford, 



Jennings 

Clinton 

Parke 

AV^ayne 

Clark 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Union 

Dubois 

Sullivan 

, Posey 

Daviess 

Posey 

Rush 

Greene 

Fulton 

Parke 

Franklin 

Randol|)h 

Monroe 

Henry 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Ciaik 

Shelby 

Johnson 

Jay 

Wells 

Madison 

Lawrence 

Porter 

^\'arrack 

Wa\iic 

Jav 

Marshall 

Noble 

Gibson 

Clay 

Hamilton 

Kosciusko 

Harrison 



HOOT & CO., 90 Columbia St., keep a large stock of Cloaklngs, Cloths, 

296 LIST OF POST OFFICES IN INDIANA. 



Brauch Creek, 


Huntington 


Catalpa Grove, 


Benton 


Corunin, 


DeKalb 


Braysville, 


Dearborn 


Cataract, 


Owen 


Corydon, 


Harrison 


Brasil, . 


Clay 


Cathcart, 


Jasper 


Cottage Grove, 


Union 


Br e inert, 


Marshall 


Cave Spring, 


Decatur 


Cottage Hill, 


St. Joseph 


Brewersville, 


Jennings. 


Cedar Spring, 


Decatur 


Covington, 


Fountain 


Brick Mil], 


Sullivan 


Cedar Grove, 


Franklin 


Cox's- Mill, 


Wayne 


Bridgeport" 


Marion 


Cedar Lake, 


Lake 


Craig, 


Switzerland 


Bridgeton, 


Parke 


Celestine, 


Dubois 


Crane's Mill, 


Jackson 


Bright,- . 


Dearborn 


Center, 


Howard 


Crawfordsville, 


Montgomery 


Biighton, 


La Grange 


Center Point, 


Clay 


Crisp's M Roads, 


Harrison 


Bristol, 


Elkhart 


Centerton, 


Morgan 


Crittenden 


Cass 


Broad Ripple, 


Marion 


Center Valley, 


Morgan 


Cromwell, 


Noble 


Brook, 


Newton 


Centeivillo, 


Wayne 


Crooked Creek, 


Steuben 


Brookfield, 


Shelby 


Cerro Gordo, 


Randolph 


Crossing, 


Laporte 


Brooklyn, 


Morgan 


Chalmers, 


White 


Cross Plains, 


Ripley 


Brockston, 


White 


Chamberlain, 


Allen 


Crothersville, 


Jackson 


Brookvillc, 


Franklin 


Chanibersburg, 


Orange 


Crown Point, 


Lake 


Brownsbui'g, 


Hendricks 


Charlestown, 


Clark 


Crowville, 


Warrick 


Brownstown, 


Jackson 


Charlottesville, 


Hancock 


Cuba, 


Owen 


Brown's Valley, 


Montgomery 


Chestnut Hill, 


Washington 


Culver's Station, 


Tippecanoe 


Brownsville, 


Union 


Chester, 


Wayne 


Cumberland, 


Marion 


Bruce's Lake, 


Fnlton 


Chesterfield, 


Madison 


Currysville, 


Sullivan 


Bruceville, 


Knox 


Chili, 


Miami 


Curtis, 


Madison 


Bruin's M Roads 


Parke 


Christy's Prairie 


Clav 


Curtisville, 


Tipton 


Brunswick, 


Lake 


OhuruLusco, 


Whitley 


Cynthiana, 


Posey 


Brushy Prairie, 


La Grange 


Cicero, 


Hamilton 


Dale, 


Spencer 


Bryantsburg, 


Jefferson 


Cincinnatus, 


Hendricks 


Daleville, 


Delaware 


Bryan tsville. 


Lawrence 


Clarksburg, 


Decatur 


Dalton, 


Wayne 


Bryant's Creek, 


Monroe 


Clark's Hill, 


Tippecanoe 


Dangola, 


Gibson 


Buck Creek, 


Greene 


Clark's Prairie, 


Daviess 


Danville, 


Hendricks 


Buckskin, 


Gibson 


Clarksville, 


Hamilton 


Dan Webster, 


Henry 


Butt'alo, 


Whit^ 


Clark's Station, 


Lake 


Darlington, 


Montgomery 


BuiTalo villa. 


Spencer 


Clay Hill, 


Bartholomew 


Davisville, 


Shelby 


Bunker Hill, 


Miami 


Claypool, 


Kosciusko 


Dayton, 


Tippecanoe 


Burget's Corners 


, Clinton 


Clayton, 


Hendricks 


Decatur, 


Adams 


Burlington, 


Carroll 


Claysville, 


Washington 


Decker's Station, 


Knox 


Burnett's Creek, 


White 


Clear Spring, 


Kosciusko 


Deem, 


Oweu 


Burnsville, 


Bartholomew 


Cleona, 


Brown 


Deep River, 


Lake 


Bosseron, 


Knox 


Clermont, 


Marion 


Deer Creek, 


Carroll 


Butler, 


DeKalb 


Cleveland, 


Hancock 


Deerfield, 


Randolph 


Butlerville, 


Jennings 


Clifford, 


Bartholomew 


DeKalb, 


DeKalb 


Byrnesville, 


Harrison 


Cliffton, 


Union 


DelawarCj 


Ripley 


Cadiz, 


Henry 


Clifty, 


Decatur 


Delaware Station 


, Ripley 


Callao, 


Laporte 


Clinton, 


Vermillion 


Delphi, 


Carrofl 


Camargo, 


Jefferson 


Clinton Lock, 


Parke 


Delta, 


Park 


Cambridge, 


Wayne 


Oioverdale, 


Putnam 


Demiiig, 


Hamilton 


Camden, 


Carroll 


Cloverland, 


Clay 


Derby, ■ 


Perry 


Campbell, 


Orange 


Coatesville, 


Hendricks 


Devon, 


Henry 


Cambellsburg, 


Washington 


Cochran, 


Dearborn 


Dillsborough, 


Dearborn 


Camp Morton, 


Marion 


Coessc, 


Whitley 


Dilney Hill, 


Dubois 


Cana, 


Jennings 


Coffee, 


Clay 


Don Juan, 


Perry 


Canaan, 


Jefferson 


Coffee Creek, 


Porter 


Door Village, 


Laporte 


Canal, 


Warwick 


Cold Spring, 


Noble 


Dora, 


Wabash 


Canuelton, 


Perry 


Cole Creek, 


Fountain 


Dover, 


Boone 


Canoper, 


Adams 


Cole's Corners, 


DeKalb 


Dover Hill, 


Martin 


Canton, 


Washington 


Colfax, 


Clinton 


Down Hill, 


Crawford 


Carlisle, 


Sullivan 


Collamer, 


Whitley 


Drewersburg, 


Franklin 


Carniel, 


Hamilton 


Columljia, 


Favette 


Dublin, 


Wayne 


Carpenter's Cree 


k, Jasper 


Columbia City, 


Whitley 


Duck Creek, 


Madison 


Carpentersville, 


Putnam 


Columbus, 


Bartholomew 


Dudleytown, 


Jackson 


Carroll, 


Carroll 


Concord, 


Tippecanoe 


Dundee, 


Blackford 


Carrsville, 


Marion 


Cornersville, 


Fayette 


Dunkirk, 


Jay 


Cartersburg, 


Hendricks 


Conn's Creek, 


Shelby 


Dunlapsville, 


Union 


Carthage, 


Rush 


Cookerly, 


Vigo 


Dupout, 


Jefferson 


Gary, 


Miami 


Cook's Station, 


Elkhart 


Dye, 


Martin 


Cassville, 


Howard 


Cornucopia, 


Oarroll 


Dyer, 


Lake 


Castleton, • 


Marion 


Cortland, 


Jackson 


Eagle Creek. 


Lake 



Cassimeres, Blankets, Flannels, Uuderwear, Fancy Woolens, Furs. 

LI8T OF POST OFFICES IN INDIANA. 



297 



Eagletown, 

East Germantown, 

East Liberty, 

East Orange, 

Eaton, 

Economy, 

Edeii, 

Edinbuig, 

Edwardsport, 

Edwardsvillc, 

Elizabeth, 

Elizabethtown, 

Elizaville, 

Elkhart, 

Eikinsville, 

Ellittsville, 

Ehu, 

Elrod, 

Eminence, 

Emmettsville, 

English, 

English Lake, 

Enterprise, 

Epsom, 

Etna Green, 

Eugene, 

Evansville, 

Everton, 

Ewing, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield Center, 

Fairland, 

Fairmount, 

Fair View, 

Fall Creek, 

Falmouth, 



Hamilton Franklin, 
Wayne Frankton, 
Allen Fredericksburg, 
Noble Fredonia, 
Delaware] P'reelandville, 

Wayne jFreeport, 
Hancock Freetown, 
Johnson Fremont, 

Knox French Island, 
FloydiFrench Lick, 
Harrison i Fruit Hill, 
Bartholomew Fulda, 

Boone JFullcr's Corners, 
Elkhart I Fulton, 
Brown, Galena, 
Monroe. Gallandit, 
Knox I Galveston, 
Ripley I Ganson, 
Morgan j Gee tingsville, 
Randolph jG en tryville, 
Crawford I Georgetown, 
Stark Georgia, 
Spencer] Germantown, 
Daviessl Gibson Station, 
KosciuskOjGilead, 
Vermillion I Gillum, 
Vanderburgj Glenn's Valley, 
Fayettei Goldsborougli, 
Jackson Gold Creek, 
Franklin I Goshen, 
DeKalbJGosport, 
Shelby Graham, 
Marshall I Grand View, 
Randolph Grant, 
Marion Grantsburg, 
Fayette Grant's Creek, 



Farabee's Station, Washington Granville, 



Farm, 

Farmers, 

Farmers' Retreat, 

Farmersville, 

Farmland, 

Fayetteville, 

Ferdinand, 

Fetherhuff's Mills, 

Findloy's Mills, 

Fish Creek, 

Fishersburg, 

Fitch, 

Five Corners, 

Flat Rock, 

Flint, 

Florence, 

Flower's Gap, 

Flowerville, 

Floyd Knobs, 

Fly Creek, 

Forest Hill, 

Ferestville, 

Fort Branch, 

Fort Ritner, 

Fort Wayne, 

Foster's Ridge, 

Fox, 

Francesville, 

Francisco, 

Frankfort, 



Clay|Greenbush, 
KosciuskO|Green Castle, 
Dearborn ! Greenfield, 

Posey I Greenfield Mills, 
Randolph! Green Oak, 
Lawrence Greensborough, 
Dubois! Greensburg, 
Carroll I Green's Fork, 
Jackson! Green town, 
Stenben Greenville, 
jMadison I Green wood, 
Cass GreysvilJe, 
Miami! Groomsville, 
Shelby|Groveland, 
Steuben 'Grovertown, 
Switzerland, Groves, 
Washington ; Guilford, 

White Guionsville, 
Floyd j Guthrie, 
La Grange I Hagerstown, 
Decaturi Halbcrt's Bluff, 
Madison [Half Way, 
Gibson! Hall, 
LawrencelHall's Corners, 
Allen j Hamilton, 
Perry Hammond, 
Wells, Hannah Station, 
Pulaski I Hannegan, 
Gibson Hanover, 
ClintonlHardingsburg, 



Johnson 

Madisoi 

Washington 

Crawl'ord 

Knox 

Shelby 

Jackson 

Steuben 

Spenc 

Oraii 

Vi 

Spencer 

i Whitley 

Fulton 

Floyd 

Marion 

C 

Pula 

Clinton 

Spencei' 

Floyd 

Lawrence 

Marion 

Lak 

Miami 

J a 

Marion 

Bartholomew 

Brown 

Elkhart 

Owen 

Jefferson 

Spencer 

Grant 

Crawford 

Switzerland 

Delawar 

Grant 

Putnam 

Hancock 

La Grange 

Fulton 

Henry 

Decatur 

Wayne 

Howard 

Floyd 

Johnson 

Sullivan 

Tipton 

Putnam 

Stark 

Fayette 

Dearl)orn 

Dearborn 

Lawrence 

Wayne 

Martin 

Jay 

Morgan 

Ailen 

Steuben 

Marion 

Laporte 

Rusk 

Jefferson 

Washington 



Harlan, 

Harmony, 

Uarnsburg, 

Harrison, 

Harristown,' 

Harrisville, 

Harrodsburg, 

Hartford, 

Hartford City, 

Hart's Mills, 

IlartsviiJe, 

Harvevsbnrg, 

Haskell, 

Haubstadt, 

Hausertown, 

Haw Patch, 

Hawthorn's Mills, 

Ha\sville, 

Hazleton, 

Headley's Mills, 

Hebron, 

Hecla, 

Hector, 

Fleffron, 

Heller's Corners, 

Heltonville, 

Hermann, 

Hickory Branch, 

Hickory Point, 

Higliland Station, 

High Rock, 

Hillsboro', 

Hobart, 

Hobbieville, 

Holland, 

Hollandsburg, 

Holman, 

Holton, 

Home, 

Homer, 

Hope, 

Hopewell, 

Houston, 

Howard, 

Howesville, 

Hubbard, 

Hudson, 

Hudson ville, 

Huntingburg, 

Huntington, 

Huntsville, 

Huron, 

Iluth, 

Hymeria, 

Iba, 

Idaville, 

Independence 

Indianapolis, 

Indian Field, 

In wood, 

Ireland, 

Island Grove, 

Jack's Creek, 

J auk son, 

Jacksonburg, 

Jacksonville, 

Jadden, 



Allen 

Clay 

Fayette 

Delaware 

Washington 

Randolph 

Monroe 

Ohio 

Blackford 

Rijiley 

Bartholomew 

Fountain 

Laporte 

Gibson 

Owen 

La Grange 

Pike 

Dubois 

Gibson 

Fountain 

Porter 

Noble 

Jay 

Washington 

Allen 

Lawrence 

Ripley 

Posey 

Lake 

Greene 

Daviess 

Fountain 

Lake 

Greene 

Dubois 

Parke 

Dearborn 

Ripley 

Jefferson 

Rush 

Bartholomew 

Jennings 

Jackson 

Parke 

Clav 

Clark 

Laporte 

Daviess 

Dubois 

Huntington 

Madison 

Lawrence 

Franklin 

Sullivan 

DoKalb 

White 

Warren 

Marion 

Monroe 

Marshall 

Dubois 

Greene 

Greene 

Decatur 

Wayne 

Switzerland 

Grant 



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Jalapa, 

Jamestown, 

Jarvis, 

Jasonville, 

Jasper, 

Jay, 

Jefferson, 

Jeifersonville, 

Jennings, 

Jerome, 

Jonesborough, 

Jones' Station, 

Jonesville, 

Jordan, 

Jordan Village, 

Juliet, 

Kansas, 

Keek's Church, 

Kelso, 

Kendallville, 

Kent, 

Kent Station, 

Kewanna, 

Kinder, 

Kingsbury, 

Kingston, 

Kirkland, 

Kirk's Cross Roads, 

Knightstown, 

Knob Creek, 

Knox, 

Kokomo, 

Kossuth, 

Laconia, 

Ladoga, 

LaFayetto, 

LaFontaine, 

LaGrange, 

LaGro, 

Lake City, 

Lalie Station 

Laketon, 

Lakeville, 

Lancaster, 

Land, 

Lanesville, 

Laporte, 

Laurel, 

Laurence, 

Lawrenceburg, 

Lawrenceville, 

Leatherwood, 

Leavenworth, 

Lebanon, 

Lee, 

Leesburg, 

Leesville, 

Leipsic, 

Leo, 

Leopold, 

Lewis, 

Lewis Creek, 

Lewisburg, 

Lewisville, 

Lexington, 

Liberty, 

Liberty Centre, 



Grant 

Boone 

DeKalb 

Greene 

Dubois 

Jay 

Clinton 

Clark 

Franklin 

Howard 

Grant 

Dearborn 

Bartholomew 

Randolph 

Owen 

Lawrence 

Bartholomew 

Martin 

Dearborn 

Noble 

Jefferson 

Newton 

Fulton 

Hancock 

Laporte 

Decatur 

Adams 

Clinton 

Henry 

Harrison 

Mathew 

Howaid 

Wasliington 

Harrison 

Montgomery 

Tippecanoe 

Wabash 

LaGrange 

Wabash 

Stark 

Lake 

Wabash 

St. Joseph 

Jefferson 

Whitley 

Harrison 

Laporte 

Franklin 

Marion 

Dearborn 

Dearborn 

Lawrence 

Crawford 

Boone 

Warrick 

Kosciusco 

Lawrence 

Orange 

Allen 

Perry 

Vigo 

Shelby 

Cass 

Henry 

Scot't 

Union 

Wells 



Liberty Mills, 

Ligoaier, 

Lilly Dale, 

Lima, 

Lumber Lost, 

Lincoln, 

Linden, 

Linn Grove, 

Linton, 

Lisbon, 

Little River, 

Little Walnut, 

Little York, 

Livonia, 

Locke, 

Lockport, 

Lodi, 

Logan, 

Logansport, 

London, 

Lone Tree, 

Longwood, 

Loogootee. 

Losantville, 

Lovely Dale, 

Lowell Mills, 

Ludlow, 

Luray, 

Lushers, 

Lynn, 

Lynnville, 

Mace, 

McCameron, 

McCordsville, 

McCoy's Station 

McCutchanville 

McDonald's, 

McFadden, 

Madison, 

Magnolia, 

Mahalasville, 

Mahon, 

Manchester, 

Manhattan, 

Manilla, 

Mansfield, 

Manville, 

Maples, 

Marco, 

Marcy, 

Marengo, 

Marietta, 

Marion, 

Markle, 

Markleville, 

Marniont, 

Marshfield, 

Mars Hill, 

Martinsburg, 

Martinsville, 

Martz, 

M assilloa, 

Mauckport, 

Maxinkukee, 

Maysville, 

Mechanisburg, 

Medeline, 



Wabash 

Noble 

Perry 

LaGrange 

Adams 

Cass 

Montgomery 

Adams 

Greene 

Noble 

Allen 

Putnam 

Washington 

Washington 

Elkhart 

Carroll 

Wabash 

Dearborn 

Cass 

Shelby 

Greene 

Fayette 

Martin 

Randolph 

Knox 

Bartholomew 

Dubois 

Henry 

Perry 

Randolph 

Warrick 

Montgomery 

Martin 

Hancock 

Decatur 

Vanderburg 

Orange 

Posey 

Jefferson 

Crawford 

Morgan 

Huntington 

Dearborn 

Putnam 

Rush 

Parke 

Jefferson 

Allen 

Greene 

LaGrange 

Crawford 

Shelby 

Grant 

Huntington 

Madison 

Marshall 

Warren 

Randolph 

Washington 

Morgan 

Clay 

Allen 

Harrison 

Marshall 

Huntington 

Henry 

Parke 



Medarysville, 


Pulask 


Medora, 


Jackson 


Melrose, 


Rush 


Memphis, 


Clark 


Mercury 


Madison 


Merom, 


Sullivan 


Merrian, 


Noble 


Merrillville, 


Lake 


Metamora, 


Franklin 


Meten, 


Cass 


Mets, 


Steuben 


Mexico, 


Miami 


Miami, 


Miami 


Michigan City, 


Lapoite 


Michigantown, 


Clinton 


Middlebury, 


Elkhart 


Middle Fork, 


Clinton 


Middletown, 


Henry 


Midway, 


Spencer 


Mier, 


Grant 


Mifflin, 


Crawford 


Milan, 


Ripley 


Milford, 


Kosciusko 


Mill Ark, 


Fulton 


Mill Grove, 


Owen 


Millersburg, 


Elkhart 


Milhousen, 


Decatur 


Millport, 


Jackson 


Milltown, 


Crawford 


Millville, 


Henry 


Milo, 


Brown 


Milroy, 


Rush 


Milton, 


Wayne 


Mishawaka, 


St. Joseph 


Mitchell, 


Lawrence 


Mixersville, 


Franklin 


Mongoquinong, 


LaGrange 


Monmouth, 


Admas 


Monon, 


White 


Monroe, 


Jay 


Monroeville, 


Allen 


Monrovia, 


Morgan 


Monterey, 


Pulaski 


Montez, 


Cass 


Montezuma, 


Parke 


Montgomery, 


Jennings 


Montgomery's Station Davies 


Monticello, 


White 


Montmorency, 


Tippecanoe 


Montpelier, 


Blackford 


Mooney, 


Jackson 


Moorefield, 


Switzerland 


Mooresburg, 


Pulaski 


Moore's Hill, 


Dearborn 


Mooresville, 


Morgan 


Moore's Vineyard, 




Bartholomew 


Moral, 


Shelby 


Morgantown, 


Morgan 


Morgiana, 


Lawrence 


Morocco, 


Newton 


Morris, 


Ripley 


Morristowu, 


Shelby 


Morton, 


Putnam 


Moscow, 


Rush 


Mountain Springs, 


Martin 


Mount Auburn, 


Shelby 



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Mount Carmel, Franklin 

Mount Etna, Huntington 

Mount Gilboa, Benton 

Mount Hope, De Kalb 

Mount Jefferson, Carroll 

Mount Liberty, Brown 

Mount Meridian, Putnam 

Mount Moriab, Brown 

Mount Pleasant, Martin 

Mount Prospeet, Crawford 

Mount Sterling, Switzerland 

Mount Tabor, Monroe 

Mount Vernon, Posey 
Mount Washington, Morgan 

Muddy Fork, Clark 

Mud Lick, Jefferson 

Mulberry, Clinton 

Muncie, Delaware 

Murray, Wells 

Napoleon, Ripley 

Nasli Depot, Vanderburg 

Nashville, Brown 

Natchez, Martin 

Nebraska, Crawford 

Nebraska, Jennings 

Neff, Randolph 

Neil's Station, Wayne 

Nevada, Tipton 

New Albany, Floyd 

New Alsace, Dearborn 

New Amsterdam, Harrison 

New Bellsville, Brown 
Newbern, Bartholomew 

Newberry, Greene 

New Boston, Spencer 

New Britton, Hamilton 

Newburg, Warrick 

New Burlington, Delaware 

New Carlisle, St. Joseph 

New Castle, Henry 

New Corner, Delaware 

New Corydon, Jay 

New Durham, Laporte 

New Elizabeth, Hendricks 
Ne'rtT Farniington, Jackson 

New Garden, Waynu 

New Goshen, Vigo 

New Harmony, Posey 

New Haven, Allen 

New Holland, Wabash 

New Lancaster, Tipton 

New Lebanon, Sullivan 

New Lisbon, Henry 

New London, Howard 

New Marion, Riplev 

New Maysville. Putnam 

New Mount Pleasant, Jay 

New Paris, Elkhart 
New Philadelphia, Washington 

New Pittsburg, Randolph 

Newport, Vermillion 

New Providence, Clark 

New Retreat, Washington 

New Richmond, Montgomery 

New Ross, Montgomery 

New Salem, Ru;h 

New Salisbury, Harrison 



Newton Stewart, Orange 

Newtonville, Spencer 

Newtown, Fountain 

New Trenton, Franklin 

Newville, DeKalb 

New Washington, Clark 

New Waverly, Cass 

New Winchester, Hendricks 

Nicholsonville, Putnam 

Niconza, Miami 

Nine Mile, Allen 

Ninevah, Johnson 

Noah, Shelby 

Noble, Noble 

Noblesville, Hamilton 

Normanda, Tipton 

North Bend, Stark 

North East, Steuben 

Northern Depot, Boone 

Northfiek', Boone 

North Galveston, Kosciusko 

North Hogan, Ripley 

North Judson, Stark 

North Liberty, St. Joseph 

North Madison, Jefferson 
North Manchester, Wabash 

Northport, Noble 

North Salem, Hendricks 

Notre Dame, St. Joseph 

Nottingham, VVells 

Null's Mills, Fayette 

Numa, Parke 

Oak, Pulaski 

Oakdale, Jennings 
Oakdam, Vanderburg 

Oakford, Howard 

Oak Forrest, Franklin 

Oak Grove, Jasper 

Oakland, Spencer 

Oakland City, Gibson 

Oak Station, Knox 

Oak Woods, Grant 

Oceola, St. Joseph 

Ogden, Henry 

Oldenburg, Franklin | 

Clean, Riplev 

Olive Hill, Wayne 

Oneida, Kosciusko 

Ontario, LaGrange 

Onward, Cass, 

Orange, Fayette 

Orangeville, Orange 

Orchard Grove, Lake 

Oregon, Clark 
Organ Spring, Washington 

Orland, Steuben 

Orleans, Orange; 

Osgood, Ripley; 

Ossian, Wells; 

Oswego, Kosciusko 

Outlet, Lake 

Ovid, Madison 

Owensburg, Greene 

Owensville, Gibson 

Oxford, Benton 

Padiria, Crawford 

Palestine, Kosciusko, 



Palmyra, . Harrison 

Paoli, Orange 

Par4s, Jennings 

Parish Grove, Benton 

Parker, Randolph 

Parkersburg, Montgomery 
Parker's Settlement, Posey 

Parkville, Parke 

Patoka, Gibson 

Patricksburg, Owen 

;Patriot, Switzeiland 

Paw Paw, Mi;inu 

Pecksburg, Vermillion 

Pekin, Washington 

Pendleton, Madison 

Pennville, Jay 

Pepperton, Franklin 

Perkinsville, Madison 

Perry Allen 

Perrysburg, Miami 

Perryville, Vermillion 

Peru, Miami 

Petersburg, Pike 

Pettit, Tippecanoe 

Philadelphia, Hancock 

Piattsville, Parke 

Pickard's Mills Clinton 

Pierceton, Kosciusko 

Pierceville, Ripley 

Pigeon Roost, Scott 

Pilot Grove, Newton 

Pilot Knob, Crawford 

Pimento Vigo 

Pine City, Morgan 

Pine Village, Warren 

Pinhook, Lawrence 

Pictsboro' Hendricks 

Pittsburg, Carroll 

Plainfield, Hendricks 

Plainville Daviess 

Pleasant, Switzerland 

Pleasant Grove, Jasper 

Pleasant Hill. Montgomery 

Pleasant Lake, Steuben 

Pleasant Mills, Adams 

Pleasant Ridge, Greene 

Plymouth, Marshall 

Po, Allen 

Point Commerce, Greene 

Point Isabel, Grant 

Poland. Clav 

Polk Patch, Warrick 

Polk Run, Clark 

Pond Crceek Mills, Knox 

Poolesville, Warren 

Poplar Grove, Howard 
Porter's Cross Roads, Porter 

Portersville, Dubois 

Port Gibson, Gibson 

Portland, Fountain 

Portland Mills, Parke 

Poseyville, Posey 

Poston, Ripley 

Prailie, Tipton 

I'rairie Creek, Vigo 

Prairie Edge, Montgomery 

Prairieton, Vigo 



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Prescott, 


Shelby 


Saint John, 


Lake 


Sparta, 


Dearborn 


Priam, 


Blackford 


Saint Leon, 


Dearborn 


Spartanburg, 


Randolph 


Price, 


Huntington 


Saint Mary's 


Vigo 


Spencer, 


Owen 


Princeton, 


Gibson 


Saint Omer, 


Decatur 


Spencerville, 


De Kalb 


Prince William, 


Carroll 


Saint Paul, 


Decatur 


Spiceland, 


Henry 


Prosperity, 


Madison 


Saint Peter's 


Franklin 


Spring Creek, 


Cass 


Prowsville, 


Washington 


Saint Wendel's 


Posey 


Spring Dale, 


Harrison 


Puddletown, 


Laporte 


Salamonia, 


Jay 


Springfield. 


Franklin 


Pulaski, 


Piildski 


Salem, 


Washington 


Springfield Mills, 


Noble 


PutnamviJle, 


Putnam 


Salem Centre, 


Steuben 


Spring Hill, 


Decatur 


Queensville, 


Jennings 


Saltilloville, 


Washington 


Springtown, 


Hendricks 


Quercus Grove. 


Switzerland 


Saluda, 


Jefferson 


Springville, 


Lawrence 


Quincy, 


Owen 


Saundersville, . 


Vanderburg 


Sproatts, 


Sullivan 


Raglesville, 


Daviess 


Sandy Ridge, 


Steuben 


Stamper's Creek, 


Orange 


Rainsville, 


Warren 


Sandford, 


Vigo 


Stanford, 


Monroe 


Raleigh, 


Rush 


San Jacinto, 


Jennings 


Star, 


Rush 


Randall, 


Allen 


San Piere, 


Stark 


State Line, 


Warren 


Raysville, 


Henry 


Santa Claus, 


Spencer 


Staunton, 


Clay 


Reddington, 


Jackson 


Santa Fe, 


Miami 


Steam Corner, 


Fountain 


Reelsville, 


Putnam 


Sardinia, 


Decatur 


Steeles, 


Rush 


Reese's Mill, 


Boone 


Saturn, 


Whitley 


Stewartsville, 


Posey 


Reffsburg, 


Wells 


Scipio, 


Jennings 


Stilesville, 


Hendrick 


Renssalaer, 


Jasper 


Scotland, 


Greene 


Stinesville. 


Monroe 


Reserve, 


Miami 


Scottsville, 


Floyd 


Stip's Hill, 


Franklin 


Retreat, 


Jackson 


Sellersburg, 


Clark 


Stockdale, 


Miama 


Reynolds, 


White 


Selma, 


Delaware 


Stockton, 


Owen 


Richardson, 


St. Joseph 


Sevastopol, 


Kosciusko 


Stockwell, 


Tippecanoe. 


Richland, 


Rush 


Seymour, 


Jackson 


Stoney Point, 


Jefferson 


Richmond, 


Wayne 


Shanghai, 


Howard 


Storm's Creek, 


Jennings 


Rich Valley, 


Wabash 


Shannondale, 


Montgomery 


Strawberry Ridge 


, Pulaski 


Richwoods, 


Delaware 


Sharon, 


Delaware 


Strawtown, 


Hamilton 


Ridge Road 


Allen 


Sharp's Mills, 


Harrison 


Stringtown, 


Ripley 


Ridgeville, 


Randolph 


Sharpsville, 


Tipton 


Sugar Branch, 


Switzerland 


Rigdon, 


Grant 


Shawnee Mound, 


Tippecanoe 


Sugar Creek, 


Hancock 


Riley, 


Vigo 


Sheasville, 


Morgan 


Sugar Grove, 


Tippecanoe 


Ringgold, 


LaGrange 


Sheilville, 


Hamdton 


Sugar River, 


Montgomery 


Rising Sun, 


Ohio 


Shelbyville, 


Shelby 


Sullivan, 


Sullivan 


River Vale, 


Lawrence 


Sidney, 


Fulton 


Sulphur Hill, 


Shelby 


Roanoke, 


Huntington 


Silver Lake, 


Kosciusko 


Sulphur Springa, 


Henry 


Rob Roy, 


Fountain 


Silverville, 


Lawrence 


Summit, 


Whitley 


Rochester, 


Fulton 


Simon's Corners, 


Noble 


Summitville, 


Madison 


Rock Creek, 


Bartholompw 


Six Mile, 


Jennings 


Sumption Prairie, 


St. Joseph 


Rockfield, 


Carroll 


Slash, 


Grant 


Sunman, 


Ripley 


Rockford, 


Jackson 


Slate, 


Jennings 


Swain's Mills, 


Rush 


Rockport, . 


Spencer 


Slate Cut, 


Clark 


Swan, 


Noble 


Rockville, 


Parke 


Sligo, 


Marshall 


Swanville, 


Jefferson 


Rogeriville, 


Henry 


Smelser's Mills, 


Rush 


Sylvan Grove, 


Clark 


Rolling Prairie, 


Laporte 


Smithland, 


Shelby 


Sylvania, 


Parke 


Rome, 


Perry 


Smith vi lie, 


Monroe 


Syracuse, 


Kosciusko 


Romney, 


Tippecanoe 


Smyrna, 


Decatur 


Tampico, 


Jackson 


Rono, 


Perry 


Snow Hill, 


Randolph 


Taylor's Corners, 


DeKalb 


Root, 


Allen 


Solsberry, 


Greene 


Tavlorsville, Bartholomew 


Roselle, 


Laporte 


Somerset, 


Wdbash 


Teil City, 


Perry 


Rosedale, 


Parke 


Somerville, 


Gibson 


Terre Coupee, 


St. Joseph 


Rose Hill, 


Kosciusko 


South Bend, 


St. Joseph 


Terre Haute, 


Vigo 


Roseville, 


Parke 


South Betheny, 


Bartholemew 


Tetersburg, 


Tipton 


Rosewood, 


Harrison 


South Boston, 


Washington 


Texas, 


•:Washington 


Ross, 


Lake 


South Cleaveland, Whitley 


Tliorntown, 


Boone 


Rossburg, 


Decatur 


South Gate, 


Franklin 


Tippecanoe Town 


Marshall 


Rossvilie, 


Clinton 


South Martin, 


Martin 


Tipton, 


Tipton 


Royal Centre, 


°Cass 


South Milford, 


LaGrange 


Tolleston, 


Lake 


Royalton, 


Boone 


Southport, 


Marion 


Toronto, 


Vermillion 


Rushville, 


Rush 


South West, 


Elkhart 


Toto, 


Stark 


Russell's Mills, 


Parke 


South Whitley, 


Whitley 


Trafalgar, 


Johnson 


Eussellville, 


Putnam 


Spade's Depot, 


Ripley 


Transitville, 


Tippecanoe 


Russiaville, 


Clinton 


Spauldingville, 


Knox 


Trask, 


Grant 


Rutherford, 


Switzerland 


Sparks villa, 


Jackson 


Trenton, 


Randolph 



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Trinity Springs, 


Martin 


Tripton, 


Jennings 


Troy, 


Ferry 


Tunnolton, 


Lawrence 


Turkey Creek, 


Steuben 


Turman's Creek, 


Sullivan 


Twelve Mile, 


Cass 


Two Mile Prairie 


Pulaski 


Tyuer City, 


Marshall 


Union, 


Pike 


Union City, 


Randolph 


Union Mills, 


Laporie 


Unionville, 


Monroe 


Urbana, 


Wabash 


Utica, 


Clark 


Valeene, 


Orange 


Valonia, 


Jackson 


Valparaiso, 


Porter 


Van Buren, 


Clay 


Vandalia, 


Owen 


Vera Cruz, 


Wells 


Vermont, 


Howard 


Vernon, 


Jennings 


Versailles, 


Ripley 


Vevay, 


Switzerland 


Victor, 


DeKalb 


Vienna, 


Scott 


Vincennes, 


Knox 


Vistula, 


Elkhart 


Volga, 


Jefferson 


Wabash, 


Wabasli 


Wadesville, 


Posey 


Wailsboro', 


Bartholoinew 


Wakarusa, 


Elkhart 


Walkersville, 


Jasper 


Walkerton, 


St. Joseph 


Wallace, 


Fountain 


Walpole, 


Hancock 


Walton, 


Cass 


Warren, 


Huntington 


Warrington, 


Hancock 


Warsaw, 


Kosciusko 


Wasliington, 


Daviess 



Washington Center, Whitley 



Waterford, 

Waterloo, 

Waterman, 

Waveland, 

Waverly, 

Wawaka, 

Waw-pe-cong, 

Way, 

Wamansville, 

Waynesburg, 

Waynetown, 

Waynesville, 

Webster, 

Weisburg, 

Wenona, 

Wesley, 

West ijuena Vista, 

Westchester, 

West Creek, 

Westfield, 

West Kinderliook, 

Westland, 

West Lebanon, 

West Liberty, 

West Newton, 

West Point, 

Westport, 

Westville, 

Wheatland, 

Wheaton villa, 

Wheatville, 

Wheeler, 

Wheeling, 

Whitcomb, 

White Cottage, 

White Creek, 

White Hall, 

White Lick, 

White Oak Grove, 

White's Grove, 

Whilestown, 

Whitesville, 

White Water, 

Wicklilfe, 



La Porte 

Fayette 

Parke 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Noble 

Miaina 

Ripley 

Bartholomew 

Decatur 

Montgomery 

Bartholomew 

Wayne 

Dearborn 

Henry 

Montgomery 

Gibson 

Jav 

Lake 

Hamilton 

Tipton 

Hancock 

Warren 

Howard 

Marion 

Tippecanoe 

Decatur 

LaPorte 

Knox 

Warrick 

Mi am a 

Porter 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Harrison 

Jackson 

Owen 

Boone 

Pike 

Newton 

Boone 

Montgomery 

Wayne 

Crawford 



Wild Cat, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsport, 

Williauistown, 

Wilmington, 

Wilmot, 

Willow Branch, 

Willow Valley, 

Winchester, 

Windfall, 

Windsor, 

Winfield, 

Winnamac, 

Winalow, 

Wiuterrowd, 

Wintersville, 

Wirt, 

Wolcott's Mills, 

Wolf Creek, 

Wolf Lake, 

Woodbury, 

Woodland, 

Wooster, 

Worth, 

Worthington, 

Worthsville, 

Wright, 

Wright's .Mills, 

Wright's Corners, 

Wyandotte, 

Wynn, 

Xenia, 

Yankeetown, 

Yellow Creek, 

York Center, 

Yorktowu, 

Yorkville, 

Yountsville, 

Zanesville, 

Zeuas, 

Zimsburg, 

Zionsville, 



Carrol 

Wayne 

Warren 

Decatur 

Dearborn 

Noble 

Hancock 

Martin 

Randolph 

Tipton 

R:indolj)h 

Lake 

Pulaski 

Pike 

Shelby 

Decatur 

Jeli'ersoa 

LaGrange 

Marshall 

Noble 

Hanjilton 

St. Joseph 

Kosciusko 

Dubois 

Greene 

Joluison 

Gi'cene 

Parke 

Dearborn 

Tipiiecanoe 

Franklin 

Miama 

Warrick 

Kosciusko 

Steuben 

Delaware 

Dearborn 

Montgomery 

Wells 

Jennings 

Madison 

Boone 



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Abbeyville, 

Aberdeen, 

Achor, 

Acadia,; 

Ada, 

Adams, 

Adams' Mills, 

Adamsville, 

Adairo, 

Addison, . 

Adelphi, 

Adena, 

A<lrian, 

Ai, 

Aid, 



Medina 


Agatha, 


Jackson 


Alpha, 


Greene 


Brown 


Akron, 


Summit 


Alton, 


Franklin 


Columbiana 


Alba, 


Hancock 


Alum Creek, 


Delaware 


Allen 


Albany, 


Tuscarawas 


Anuinda, 


Fairlield 


Hardin 


Albion, 


Ashland 


Aniboy, 


Ashtabula 


Seneca 


Alert, 


Butler 


.A.mclia, 


Clermont 


Muskingum 


Alexandersville, 


jMontgomery 


Amesville, 


Athens 


Muskingum 


Alexandria, 


Licking 


Amherst, 


Lorain 


Richland 


Alfred, 


Meigs 


Amsterdam, 


JeH'erson 


Gallia 


AlgoiKjuin, 


Carroll 


Andover, 


Ashtabula 


Ross 


AH ens, 


Miami 


Angola, 


Clermont 


Jefferson 


Allensburgh, 


Highland 


Andrews, 


Morrow 


Seneca 


Allentown, 


Alh'u 


Anna, 


Shelby 


Fulton 


Allensville, 


Vinton 


Annapolis, 


Jefferson 


Lawrence 


Alliance, 


Stark 


Aiiselm, 


Gallia 



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Ansonia, 
Antioch, 
Antrim, 
Antwerp, 
Apple Creek, 
Apple Grove, 
Appletoii, 
Arabia, 
Arcadia, 
Arcanum, 
Archbold, 
Archer, 
Arlington, 
Armstrong's Mill 
Arnheim, 
Airowsmith's, 
Asbury, 
Ash Cave, 
Asiiland, 
Ashley, 
Ash Ridge, 
Ashtabula, 
Ashville, 
Vthalia, 
Athens, 
Atlas, 
Attica, 
Atwater, 
Auburn, 
Auglaize, 
Augusta, 
Aurora, 
Austin, 
Austinburg, 
Ava, 
Avon, 
Avon Lake, 
Ayersville, 
Bacon, 

Bailey's Mills, 
Bainbridge, 
Baker's, 
Bakersviile, 
Baltimore, 
Bantam, 
Barlow, 
Barnes', 
Barnesville, 
Barry, 
Barryville, 
Bartramville, 
Bartlett, 
BasGom, 
Basil, 
Bashan, 
Batavia, 
Batesville, 
Bath, 

Baughman, 
Bayard, 
Bazetta, 
Beallsville, 
Beamsville, 
Beasley's Fork, 
Beaver, 
Beaver Dam, 
Beckett's Store, 



Darke 

Monroe 

Guernsey 

Paulding 

Wayne 

Meigs 

Licking 

Lawrence 

Hancock 

Darke 

Fulton 

Harrison 

Hancock 

Belmont 

Brown 

Defiance 

Perry 

Hocking 

Ashland 

Delaware 

Brown 

Ashtabula 

Pickawav 

Lawrence 

Athens 

Belmont 

Seneca 

Portage 

Geaugii 

Van Wtn 

Carroll 

Portage 

Ross 

Ashtabula 

Noble 

Lorain 

Lorain 

Defiance 

Coshocton 

Belmont 

Ross 

Champaign 

Coshocton 

Fairfield 

Clermont 

Washington 

Richland 

Belmont 

Cuyahoga 

Stark 

Lawrence 

Washington 

Seneca 

Fairfield 

Meigs 

Clermont 

Guernsey 

Summit 

Wayne 

Columbiana 

Trumbull 

Monroe 

Darke 

Adams 

Pike 

Allen 

Pickaway 



Bedford, 

Beech, 

Belfast, 

Bell, 

Bell Air, 

Bell Brook, 

Bell Centre, 

Bellefontaine, 

Behnont, 

Belle Vernon, 

Belleville, 

Bellevue, 

Belle Point, 

Belmore, 

Belpre, 

Bennington, 

Benton, 

Bentonville, 

Benton Ridge, 

Belrt, 

Berkshire, 

Berlin, 

Berlin Centre, 

Berlin M Roads, 

Berlin Rights, 

Berlin Station, 

Berlinville, 

Berne, 

Berrysville, 

Berwick, 

Beta, 

Bethany, 

Bethel, 

Bethesda, 

Bettsville, 

Bevis Tavern, 

Beverlv, 

Big Island, 

Big Lick, 

Big Plain, 

Big Prairie, 

Big Run, 

Big Sand Furnace 

laird's Run, 

Bishopville, 

Birmingham, 

Bissell's, 

Black Creek, 

Black Jack, 

Black Lick, 

Blacklysville, 

Black River, 

Black Swamp, 

Bladensburg, 

Blanc, 

Blanchard Bridge, 

Blanchester, 

Blendon, 

Bloody Eagle, 

Bloom, 

Bloom Centre, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomingburgh, 

Bloomingdale, 

Bloomington, 

Bloomingville, 

Bloom Rose, 



Cuyahoga 
Licking- 
Clermont 
Highland 
Belmont 
Greene 
Logan 
Logan 
Belmont 
Wyandot t 
Richland 
Huron 
Delaware 
Putnam 
Washington 
Morrow 
Holmes 
Adams 
Hancock 
Cuyahoga 
Delaware 
Holmes 
Mahoning 
Jackson 
Erie 
Erie 
Erie 
Noble 
Highland 
Seneca 
Henry 
Butler 
Clermont 
Belmont 
Seneca 
Hamilton 
Washington 
Marion 
Hancock 
Madigon 
Wayne 
Washington 
, Vinton 

Guernsey 
Morgan 
Erie 
Geauga 
Holmes 
Hocking 
Franklin 
Wayne 
Lorain 
Sandusky 
Kuox 
P'ulton 
Hancock 
Clinton 
Franklin 
Hancock 
AVood 
Logan 
Morrow 
Fayette 
Jefferson 
Clinton 
^---Erie 
Brown 



Bloomville, 

Blue Ball, 

Blue Creek, 

Blue Lick, 

Blue Rock, 

Boardman, 

Boetia, 

Boke's Creek, 

Bolivar, 

Bonn, 

Boston 

Boswell, 

Bourneville, 

Bowerston, 

Bowersville, 

Bowling Gieen, 

Bowshersville, 

Boyd's Mills, 

Braceville, 

Brady, 

Bradyville, 

Brandt, 

Brandon, 

Bremen, 

Bricksville, 

Bridge Creek, 

Bridgeport, 

Bridgeville, 

Bridgewater, 

Briar Hill, 

Brighton, 

Brimfield, 

Brinley's Station, 

Brinton, 

Bristol, 

Bristolville, 

Brock, 

Broken Sword, 

Bronson, 

Brookfield, 

Brooklyn, 

Brookville, 



Seneca 

Butler 

Adams 

Allen 

Muskingum 

Mahoning 

Mercer 

Union 

Tuscarawas 

Washington 

Summit 

Mahoning 

Ross 

Harrison 

Greene 

Wood 

Wyandott 

Coshocton 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas 

Adams 

Miami 

Knox 

Fairfield 

Cuyahoga 

Geauga 

Belmont 

Muskingum 

Williams 

Mahoning 

Lorain 

Portage 

Preble 

Champaign 

Morgan 

Trumbull 

Darke 

Crawford 

Huron 

Trumbal 

Cuyahoga 

Montgomery 



Brown's Corner's, Wood 

Brownlielm, Lorain 

Brown's Mills, Washington 



Brownsville, 

Brownson Station, 

Brunersburg, 

Brunswick, 

Bryan, 

Brushy Fork, 

Buchanan, 

Buck's, 

Buckeye, 

Buckeye Cottage, 

Buckeye Furnace, 

Bucyrus, 

Buena Vista, 

Buffalo, 

Buford, 

Bundvsburg, 

Bunker Hill, 

Burbank, 

Burlinghara, 

Burlington, 

Burgh Hill, 

Burton, 



Lickins 

Franklin 

Dtfiance 

Medina 

Williams 

Licking 

Perry 

Columbiana 

Putnam 

Perry 

Jackson 

Crawford 

Tuscarawas 

Guernsey 

Highland 

Geauga 

Butler 

Wayne 

Meigs 

Lawrence 

Trumbull 

Geauga 



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303 



Burnett Wood, 

Butler, 

Butlerville, 

By h alia, 

Byington, 

Byron, 

Cabello, 

Cadiz, 

Cadwallader, 

Caldwell, 

Cairo, 

Calais, 

Calcutta, 

Caledonia, 

California, 

Calvary, 

Camba, 

Cambridge, 

Camden, 

Camden Station, 

Cameron, 

Campbell, 

Canibpelltown, 

Camp Charlotte, 

Camp Run, 

Canaan, 

Canaanville, 

Canal Dover, 

Canal Fulton, 

Canal Lewisville, 

Canal Winchester 

Canfield, 

Canonsburg, 

Cannon's Mill, 

Canton, 

Captini, 

Cardington, 

Carey, 

Carlisle Station, 

C arm el, 

Carroll, 

Carroll ton, 

Carson, 

Carthagena, 

Carthage, 

Carvsville, 

Cass, 

Casstown, 

Cassville, 

Castalia, 

Castine, 

Catawba, 

Cedar Valley, 

Cedarville, 

Cedar Hill, 

Cedrou, 

Celina, 

Central College, 

Centre, 

Centre Belpre, 

Centre Bend, 

Centreburg, 

Centrefield, 

Centreton, 

Centre View, 

Centre Village, 

Centreville 



Hamilton I Chagrin Falls, 
Richland Chalfant, 



Wf 

Union 

Pike 

Greene 

Carroll 

Harrison 

Tuscarawas 

Noble 

Stark 

Monroe 

Columbiana 

Marion 

Clermont 

Athens 

Jackson 

Guernsey 

Preble 

Lorain 

Monroe 

Lawrence 

Preble 

Pickaway 

Crawford 

Wayne 

Athens 

Tuscarawas 

Stark 

Coshocton 

, Franklin 

Mahoning 

Hancock 

Columbianii 

Stark 

Belmont 

Morrow 

Wyandott 

Warren 

Highland 

Fairfield 

Carroll 

Huron 

Mercer 

Hamilton 

Champaign 

Hancock 

Miami 

Harrison 

Erie 

Darke 

Clark 

Wayne 

Greene 

Fairfield 

Clermont 

Mercer 

Franklin 

Montgomery 

Washington 

Morgan 

Knox 

Highland 

Huron 

Monroe 

Delaware 

Montgomery 



Chambersburg, 

Chiindlersville, 

Ciianticleer, 

Chapel Hill, 

Chardon, 

Charlestown, 

Charloe, 

Chatfield, 

Chatham, 

Chatham Centre. 

Chauncey, 

Cherry Fork, 

Cherry Grove, 

Cherry Valley, 

Cheshire, 

Chester, 

Chester M Roads, 

Chesterfield, 

Chester Hill, 

Chesterville, 

Cheviot, 

Chickasaw, 

Chili, 

Chilicothe, 

Chilo, 

Chippewa, 

Christiansburg, 

Church Hill, 

Cincinnati, 

Circlesville, 

Claridon, 

Clarington, 

Clark's, 

(-'larksburg, 

Clark's Corners, 

Clarksfield, 

Clarkson, 

Clarksville, 

Clay, 

Clay Lick, 

Clayton, 

Claytona, 

Claysville, 

Clear Port, 

Clear Creek, 

Clement, 

Cleveland, 

Cleves, 

Clifton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton Valley, 

Clintonville, 

Clio, 

Clover, 

Clyde, 

Coal Dale, 

Coal Grove, 

Coal Run, 

Cochran's Landing, 

Cochranton, 

Coe Ridge, 

Coitsville, 

Cold Spring, 

Cold Water, 

Colei'ain, 



Cuyahoga 
Champaign 
Montgomery 
Muskingum 
Knox 
Perry 
Geauga 
Portage 
Paulding 
Crawford 
Licking 
Medina 
Athens 
Adams 
Hamilton 
Ashtabula 
Gallia 
Meigs 
Geauga 
Fulton 
Morgan 
Morrow 
Hamilton 
Mercer 
Coshocton 
Rose 
Clermont 
Wayne 
Champaign 
Trumbull 
Hamilton 
Pickaway 
Geauga 
Monroe 
Coshocton 
Ross 
Ashtabula 
Huron 
Columbiana 
Clinton 
Jackson 
Licking 
Montgomery 
Noble 
Guernsey 
Fairfield; 
Fairfield 
Hancock i 
Cuyahogal 
Hamilton 
Greene 
Summit 
Clinton 
Franklin 
Greena 
Clermont 
Sandusky 
Muskingum 
Lawrence 
Washington 
Monroe 
Marion 
Cuyahoga 
Mahoning 
Harrison 
Mercer 
Belmont 



Collanier, 
College Corner, 
College Hill, 
Colliusville, 
Colton, 
Columbia, 
Columbia Centre, 
Columbiana. 



Columbia Station, 

Columbus, 

Columbus Grove, 

Concord, 

Concordia, 

Condit, 

Congress, 

Conneaut, 

Connotton, 

Conover,* 

Constantia, 

Constitution, 

Contreras, 

Convenience, 

Coolville, 

Copley, 

Copopa, 

Cork, 

Cornersburg, 

Corsica, 

Coshocton, 

Cottage Hill, 

Covington, 

Cove, 

Cox, 

Cranberry, 

Cranberry Prairie, 

Cranesville, 

Crandall, 

Creighton, 

Crestline, 

Cridersville, 

Croghau, 

Crooked Tree, 

Cross Creek, 

Cross Roads, 

Croton, 

Croxton, 

Cuba, 

Cumberland, 

Cunmiinsville, 

Cuyahoga Falls, 

Cucler, 

Cynthiaua, 

D'allas, 

Dallasburg, 

Dalton, 

Damascus, 

Damascoville, 

Danville, 

Darby, 

Darby Creek, 

Darby I'lains, 

Darbyville, 

Darke, 

Darrtowii, 

Dawn, 

Dawkin's Milla, 

Dayton, 



Cuyahoga 

Butler 

Hamilton 

Butler 

Ui.'ury 

Hamilton 

Licking 

Columbiana 



Lorain 

Franklin 

Putnam 

Lake 

Darke 

Delaware 

Wayne 

Ashtabula 

Harrison 

Miami 

Delaware 

Washington 

Butler 

Fa^eite 

Athens 

Sun)mit 

Lorain 

Ashtabula 

Mahoning 

Morrow 

Coshocton 

Muskingum 

Miami 

Jackson 

Licking 

Allen 

Mercer 

Paulding 

Loraiu 

Guernsey 

Crawford 

Auglaize 

Allen 

Noble 

Jefferson 

Miidison 

Licking 

Jeficrson 

Clinton 

Guernsey 

Hamiltou 

Summit 

Washington 

Pike 

Highland 

Warren 

Wayne 

Henry 

Columbiana 

Knox 

Franklin 

Madison 

Union 

Pickaway 

Darke 

Butler 

Darke 

Jackson 

Montgomery 



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Davis, 

Deardorff's Mills, 

Deavertowii, 

Decatur, 

Decatufville, 

Deer Creek, • 

Deep Cut, 

DoerfielJ, 

Deertield Village, 

Deer Lick, 

Deersville, 

Defiance, 

De Graff, 

De La Palma, 

Delaware, 

Delhi, 

De Lisle, 

Delphos, 

Delta, 

Demos, 

Democracy, 

Denmark, 

Dent, 

Dewitt Kidge, 

Dexter, 

Dille's Bottom, 

Dinsmore, 

Dodson, 

Dodsonville, 

Dog Creek, 

Domestic, 

Donnel'a, 

Donnelsville, 

Dorset, 

Dover, 

Downington, 

Dresden, 

Dry Ridge, 

Dublin, 

Duck Creek, 

Dudley, 

Dumontville, 

Dunbar, 

Duiibarton, 

Duncan's Falls 

Dundas, 

Dundee, 

Dunham, 

Dunkinsville, 

Dunkirk, 

Dunganon, 

Dunlap, 

Dunlevy, 

Durand, 

Durbin's Corners, 

Dryson's 

Eagle, 

Eagle Mills, 

Eagleville, 

East Claridon, 

East Clarksfleld, 

East Cleveland, 

East Fairfield, 

East Greenville, 

East Lewistown, 

East Libert}', 

East Liverpool, 



Carroll 

Tuscarawas 

Morgan 

Brown 

Washington 

Pickaway 

Mercer 

Portage 

Warren 

Williams 

Harrison 

Defiance 

Logan 

Brown 

Delaware 

Hamilton 

Darke 

Van Wert 

Fulton 

Belmont 

Kno> 

Ashtabula 

Hamilton 

Holmes 

Meigs 

Belmont 

Shelby 

Montgomery 

Higliland 

Putnam 

Williams 

Allen 

Clark 

Ashtabula 

Cuyahoga 

Meigs 

Muskingum 

Hamilton 

Franklin 

Trumbull 

Hardin 

Fairfield 

Washington 

Adams 

Muskingum 

Vinton 

Tuscarawas 

Washington 

Adams 

Hardin 

Columbiana 

Hamilton 

Warren 

Henry 

Williams 

Guernsey 

Hancock 

Vinton 

Ashtabul« 

Geauga 

Huron 

Cuyahoga 

Columbiana 

Stark 

Mahoning 

Logan 

Columbiana 



East Monroe, 

Easton, 

East Orange, 

East Palestine, 

East Plymouth, 

East Richland, 

East Ringgold, 

East Rochester, 

East Rockport, 

East Rush Creek, 

East Springfield, 

East Sycamore, 

East Toledo, 

East Townsend, 

East Trumbull, 

E;ist Union, 

Eaton, 

Eckmansville, 

Economy, 

Edenton, 

Edgerton, 

Edinburg, 

Edwardsville, 

Egypt, 

El Dorado, 

Elida, 

Elizabethtown, 

Elk, 

Elkton, 

Elliott's H Roads, 

EUiottsville, 

Ellsworth, 

Elm Grove, 

Elmore, 

Elmira, 

Elyria, 

Emery, ' 

Emerald, 

Emmett, 

Enoch, 

Enon, 

Enterprise, 

Etna, 

Euclid, 

Euphemia, 

Evansburg, 

Evansport, 

Ewing, 

Ewington, 

Exeter, 

Fairfax, 

F,airfield, 

Fair Haven, 

Fair Play, 

Fairview, 

Fallsburg, 

Farmer, 

Farmer's Station, 



Highland 
Wayne 
Delaware 
Columbiana 
Ashtabula 
Belmont 
Pickaway 
Columbiana 
Cuyahoga 
Perry 
Jefferson 
Hamilton 
Lucas 
Huron 
Trumbull 
Wayne 
Preble 
Adam 
Highland 
Clermont 
Williams 
Portage 
• AVarren 
Wood 
Preble 
Allen 
Hamilton 
Vinton 
Columbiana 
Morgan 
Jefferson 
Mahoning 
Hancock- 
Ottawa 
Fulton 
Lorain 
Fulton 
Adams 
Paulding 
Monroe 
Clark 
Preble 
Licking 
Cuyahoga 
"Preble 
Coshocton 
Defiance 
Hocking 
Gallia 
Sandusky 
Highland 
Greene 
Preble 
Jefferson 
Guernsey 
Licking 
Defiance 
Clinton 



Farmersville, 

Farmington, 

Fayettville, 

Fearing, 

Federalton, 

Feesburg, 

Felicity, 

Fidelity, 

Fife, ■ 



Montgomery 

Trumbull 

Brown 

Washington 

Athens 

Brown 

Clermont 

Miami 

Harrison 



Fillmore, Washington 

Fincastle, Brown 

Finley, Hancock 

Fitcliville, Huron 

Five Mile, Brown 

Five Points, Pickaway 

Flat, Pike 

Flat Rock, Seneca 

Fletcher, Miami 
Flint's Mills, Washington 

Florence, Ei'ie 

Florida, Henry 

Flushing, Belmont 

Ford, Geauga 

Forest, Hardin 

Fort Ancient, Warren 

Fort Jefferson, Darke 

Fort Jennings, Putnam 

Fort Recovery, Mercer 

Fort Seneca, Seneca 
Foster's Crossings, Warren 

Fostorio, Seneca 

Four Corners, Huron 

Fowler, Trumbull 

Franconia, Putnam 

Frankfort, Ross 

Franklin, Warren 

Franklin Furnace, Scioto 

Franklin Mills, Portage 
Franklin Square, Columbiana 

Franklin Station, Coshocton 
Frazeysburg, 
Frease's Store, 
Frederick, 
Fredericksburg, 
Fredericktown, 
Freebursr. 



Fredonia, 

Freedom, 

Freeport, 

Fremont, 

Friendship, 

Fryburg, 

Fulton, 

Fultonham, 

Gahannah, 

Galena, 

Gallon, 

Gallia Furnace, 

Gallipolis, 

Galigher, 

Gambler, 

Ganges, 

Garden, 

Gardner, 

Garrettsville, 

Gates' Mills, 

Gavers, 

Geneva, 

Genoa, 

Genoa M Roads, 

Georgesville, 

Georgetown, 

German, 

Germano, 

Germantown, 

Gettysburg, 



Muskingum 

Stark 

Mahoning 

Wayne 

Knox 

Stark 

Licking 

Portage 

Harrison 

Dusky 

Scioto 

Auglaize 

Hamilton 

Muskingum 

Franklin 

Delaware 

Crawford 

Gallia 

Guernsey 

Knox 

Richland 

Athena 

Noble 

Portage 

Cuyahoga 

^Columbiana 

Ashtabula 

Ottawa 

Delaware 

Franklin 

Brown 

Darke 

Harrison 

Montgomery 

Darke 



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305 



Ghent, 

Gibesonville, 

Gibson, 

Gibson's Station, 

Gilboa, 

Gilead. 

Gillespieville, 

Gilmore, 

Girard, 

Glasgow, 

Glencoe, 

Gendale, 

Gnadenhutten, 

Golden Corner, 

Gomber, 

Good Hope, 

Gomer, 

Gordon, 

Gore, 

Gorbam, 

Goshen, 

Grafton, 

Grand View, 

Granger, 

Granville, 

Grape Grove, 

Gratiot, 

Gratis, 

Gray's Corners, 

Gray?ville, 

Gray town, 

Greasy Ridge, 

Great Bend, 

Green, 

Greenbush, 

Green Camp, 

Green Castle, 

Greenfield, 

Greenford, 

Green Hill, 

Greenland, 

Greensburg, 



Summit 

Hocking 

Pike 

Guernsey 

Putnam 

Wood 

Ross 

Tuscarawas 

Trumbull 

Columbiana 

Belmont 

Hamilton 

Tuscarawas 

Wayne 

Guernsey 

Fayette 

Allen 

Darke 

Hocking 

Fulton 

Clermont 

Lorain 

Washington 

Medina 

Licking 

Greene 

Licking 

Preble 

Morrow 

Monroe 

Ottawa 

Lawrence 

Meigs 

Licking 

Preble 

Marion 

Fairfield 

Highland 

Mahoning 

Colubiana 

Ross 

Trumbull 



Greensburg M RoadsSandusky 

Green Spring, Seneca 

Greentown, 

Greenville, 

Greenwick Station, 

Greersville, 



Groesbeck, 

Grove City, 

Grove Port, 

Guilford, 

Gustavus, 

Gustin, 

Guvsville, 

Haie, 

Hale's Creek, 

Hall's Valley, 

Hallsville, 

Hamburg, 

Hamer, 

Hamilton, 

Hamersviile, 

Hammondsville, 

Hampden, 

Handy, 

Hanging Rock, 



Stark 

Darke 

Huron 

Knox 

Hamilton 

Franklin 



Medina 

Trumbull 

Adams 

Athens 

Harden 

Scioto 



Hanna's Mills, 

Hannibal, 

Hanover, 

Hanoverton, 

Hardin, 

Harlem, 

Harlem Spring, 

Harmar, 

Harmony, 

Harper, 

Harpersfield, 

Harrietaville, 

Harris, 

Harrison, 

Harrisburg, 

Harrisonville, 

Harrisviile. 

Harshmansville, 

Hartford, 

Hartland, 

Hartleyville, 

Hart's Grove, 

Hartville, 

Harveysburg, 

Hassan, 

Hastings, 

Havana, 

Haverhill, 

Hawkeye, 

Hays, 

Haysville, 

Hebbardsville, 

Hebron, 

Hedge's Store, 

Hemlock Grove, 

Henly, 

Hendrysburg, 

Henning's Mills, 

Henrietta, 

Herring, 

Hibbetts, 

Hiokory, 

Hicksville, 

Higginsport, 

High Hill, 

Highland, 

Hill Grove, 

Hillhouse, 

Hilliard's 

Hillsboro' 

Hill's Fork, 

Hinckley, 

Hiram, 

Hiramsburg, 

Hockiugport, 

Hog Creek, 

Holland, 



Mahoning I Hopkinsville, 
Monroe I Ilopkinsville, 
Licking Horatio, 
Columbiana [ Houston, 
Shelby Ilowland, 
Delaware Hubbard, 
Hudson, 
Hudsonville, 



Carroll 

Washington 

Clark 

Logan 

Ashtabula 

Noble 

Gallia 

Hamilton 

Franklin 



Hull's, 

Iluniplirey's Villa, 

Hunter, 

Huntersviilc, 

Huntington, 

Huntsburg, 

Huntsville. 



Harrison 

Montgomery 

Trumbull 

Huron 

Athens 

Ashtabula 

Stark 

Warren 

Hancock 

Richland 

Huron 

Scioto 

Licking 

Jackson 

Ashland 

Athens 

Licking 

Pickaway 

Meigs 

Montgomery 

Belmont 

Clermont 

Lorain 

Allen 

Carroll 



Meigs Huron, 



Hyattsville, 

Iberia, 

Islesboro, 

Independence, 

Indian Camp, 

Indian Hill, 

Indigo, 

Inland, 

Inverness, 

lone. 

Iron Furnace, 

Ironton, 

Iron Valley, 

Irwin, 

Island Creek, 

Ithaca, 

Jackson Furnace, 

Jacksontown, 

Jacobsburg, 

Jamestown, 

Jasper, 

Jasper Mills, 

Java, 

Jaysville, 

Jackson Centre, 



Morgan Holmesville, 



Ross 


Holt, 


Fairfield 


Home, 


Paulding 


Homer, 


Sutler 


Homerville, 


Brown 


Hooppolc, 


Jefferson 


Hope, 


Geauga 


Hopedale, 


Fulton 


Hope Ridge, 


Lawrence 


Hopewell, 



Defiance 

Brown 

Muskingum 

Highland 

Darke 

Lake 

Franklin 

Highland 

Adams 

Medina 

Portage 

Noble 

Athens 

Allen 

Lucas 

Holmes 

Wood 

Highland 

Licking 

Medina 

Ross 

Franklin 

Harrison 

Monroe 

Muskingum 



Lucas Jackson C. U. 



Jacksonborough, 

Jeddo, 

Jefferson C. H., 

Jeffersonville, 

Jelloway, 

Jerome, 

Jcromesville, 

Jersey, 

Jewett, 

Johnsonville, 

Johnson's Coi ners, 

Johnstown, 

Jolinsvillc, 

Jolly, 

Jones' Station, 

Jones' Corner, 

Junction, 

Kalida, 

Keene, 

Kiinsds, 

Keiths, 

Kclley's Island, 

Kellcy's Mills, 

Kelloggsvillc, 

Kennedy's M Roads, Lawrence 



Noble 

Warren 

Darke 

Shelbv 

Trumbull 

Summit 
Hardin 
Athens 
Holmes 
Belmont 
Hardin 
Lorain 
Geauga 
Logan 
Erie 
Miami 
Morrow 
Hocking 
Cuyahoga 
Guernsey 
Hamilton 
Monroe 
Summit 
Columbiana 
Erie 
Scioto 
Lawrence 
Jackson 
Union 
Jefferson 
Darke 
Jackson 
Licking 
Belmont 
Greene 
Pike 
Fayette 
Lucas 
Darke 
Shelby 
Jackson 
Butler 
Jeiferson 
Ashtabula 
Fayette 
Knox 
Union 
Ashland 
Licking 
Harrison 
Trumbull 
Summit 
Licking 
Montgomery 
Monroe 
Butler 
Coshocton 
Paulding 
Putnam 
Coshocton 
Seneca 
Noble 
Eiie 
Lawrence 
Ashtabula 



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Kennon, 
Keiinonsburg, 

Kenton, 

Keystone, 

Killbourne, 

Killbuck, 

Kilgore, 

Kimbolton, 

Kinderhook, 

Kingston, 

Kingston Centre, 

Kingsville, 

Kiusinans, 

Kirby, 

Kirkersville, 

Kirkland, 

Kneisley, 

Knox, 

Knoxville, 

Koch's 

Kossuth, 

Kyger, 

Laceyville, 

La Fayette, 

La Grange, 

Laing's 

Lake, 

Lake Fork, 

Lamartine, 

Lamira, 

Lanipaville, 

Lancaster, 

Langsville, 

La Forte, 

Larue, 

Latham, 

Lattas, 

Laura, 

Laurel, 

Lavona, 



Belmont 

Nobie 

Hardin 

Jackson 

Delaware 

Holmes 

Carroll 

Guernsey 

Pickaway 

Ross 

Delaware 

Ashtabula 

Trumbull 

Wyandott 

Licking 

Lake 

Greene 

Knox 

Jeflferson 

Wayne 

Auglaize 

Gallia 

Harrison 

Madison 

Lorain 

Monroe 

Stark 

Ashland 

Carroll 

Belmont 

Belmont 

Fairfield 

Meigs 

Lorain 

Marion 

Pike 

Ross 

Miami 

Clermont 

Fulton 



Lawrence, Washington 

Laymaa, Washington 

Leatherwood, Guernsey 

Leavitt, Carroll 

Lebanon, Warren 

Lecomptou, Monroe 

Ledlies, Meigs 

Lee, Athens 

Leesburg, Highland 

Lee's Creek, Clinton 

Leesville, Carroll 
Leesville M Roads, Crawford 

Leipsic, Putnam 

Lena, Fulton 

Lenox, Ashtabula 

Leon, Ashtabula 

Leonardsburg, Delaware 

Le Roy, Medina 

Leslie, Van Wert 

Le Sourdsville, Butler 

Letart Falls, Meigs 

Letimberville, Marion 

Level, Warren 

Levering, Knox 

Levi, Jackson 

Lewis, Brown 

Lswisburg, Preble 



Lewis Centre, Delaware 

Lewistown, Logan 

LewisvlUe, Monroe 

Lexington, Richland 

berty, Montgomery 

berty Centre, Henry 

bcrty Corner, Crawford 

berty Hill, Washington 

ck Run, Hamilton 

eking Valley, Muskingum 

kens, Crawford 

lly, Scioto 

ma, Allen 

maville. Stark 

ncoln, Gallia 

ncoln, Monroe 

ndonville, Ashtabula 

meville. Licking 

nton, Jefferson 

nton Mills, Coshocton 

nwood, Hamilton 

tchfield, Medina 

thopolis, Fairfield 
ttle Beaver Bridge, 

Columbiana 
ttle Bull's Skin, Delaware 
ttle Sandusky, Wyandotte 
ttle Hockhocking, Wash'n 

ttle York, Montgomery 

verpool, Medina 

Lock, Knox 

Lockbourne, Franklin 

Lockington, Shelby 

Lockport, Williams 

Lockville, Fairfield 

Lockland, Hamilton 
Lockland Station, Hamilton 

Locust Corner, Clermont 

Locust Grove, Adams 

Locust Point, Ottawa 

Locust Ridge, Brown 

Lodi, Medina 

Logan, Hocking 

Loganville, Logan 

Log Cabin, Morgai 

London, Madison 

Londonderry, Guernsey 

Long Bottom, Meigs 

Long Run, Licking 

Loramie's, Shelby 

Lordstown, Trumbull 

Lottridge, Athens 

Londonville, Ashland 

Louisville, Stark 

Loveland, Clermont 

Lovett's, Adams 

Lovett's Grove, Wood 

Lowell, Washington 

Lowellville, Mahoning 
Lower Lawrencee, Washingt'n 

Lower Newport, Washington 

Lower Salem, Washington 

Loydsvillc, Belmont 

Lucas, Richland 

Lucasville, Scioto 

Lucerne, Knox 

Ludlow, Miami 



Luke's Corners, Williams 

Lumberton, Clinton 

Lynchburg, Highland 

Lyndon Station, Rosa 

Lyons, Fulton 

Lyra, Scioto 

McArthiir, Vinton 

McCluiiey. Perry 

McCleary, Noble 

McCauley's, Deti.iuce 

McComb, Hancock 

McConnellsville, Mi)rgan 

MeCutchenville, Wyandutt 

McDaniels, Gailia 

McDonald, Hiudiu 

McDonaidsville, St;uk 
McEwen's f^ Roads, Morrow 

McGill, Paulding 
MoGonigle's Station, Butler 

McKay, Atliland 

Mabee's, JacUson 

Macedon, Jleicer 
Macedonia Depot, Summit 

Macon, LaUe 

Madison, Mcnruw 

Madisonburg, Wovae 

Miidisonville, Haniiiioa 

M.ignolia, Stark 

Mainville, Warien 

Malaga, Mdiwoe 

Mallet Creek, Medina 

Malta, Morgan 

Malvern, Cairull 

Manchester, Ad:im8 

Mansfield, Richland 

Mantua, Portage 

Mantua Station, Portnge 

Maple, Blown 

Mapleton, hjtark 

Miirethon, Clerniont 

Marble Furnace, Adams 

Maiblehead, Ottawa 

Marcellus, Mercer 

Miircy, Fairfield 

Marengo, Mor ow 

Maria Stein, Mercer 
Marietta, Washington 

Marion, Marion 

Marits, Morriiw 

Mark, Loj.'an 

Marlborough, Stark 

Marseilles, Wyandott 

Marshall, Highland 

Marshallsville, Wayne 

Martin, Ot'Jiwa 

Martinsburg, Knox 

Martin's Ferry, Belmont 

Martinsville, Clinton 

Marshfield, Athens 

Maryaville, Union 

Mason, Warren 

Massilion, Stark 

Masterton, Monroe 

MatcKett, Darke 

Maumee City, Lucas 

Maximo, Stark 

Maxville, Perry 



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Maxwelll, 

Mavfield, 

Mny Hill, 

Maysville, 

Meadow P'arm, 

Meadow Branch, 

Means, 

Mecca, 

Mechaniesburg, 

Mechanicstown, 

Medary, 

M.'dill, 

Medina, 

Medoc, 

Medway, 

Mt;igs' Creek, 

Meigsville, 

Melinore, 

Mendon, 

Mentor, 

Mercer, 

Mercerville, 

Mesopotamia, 

Metiimora, 

Mexico, 

Miami, 

Miami City, 

Miamiburg, 

Mianiivilie, 

Middle Branch 

Middlebourne, 

Middleburg, 

Middlebury, 

Middle Creek, 

Middle Fork, 

Middle Field, 

Middle Point, 

Middleport, 

Middletown, 

Mifflin, 

Milan, 

Miiford, 

Milford Centre, 

Milfordton, 

Mi II bury, 

Mill Creek, 

Milidale, 

Mill Grove, 

Millers, 

Millersburg, 

Millersport, 

Millerstown, 

Millfield, 

Milligan, 

Millwood, 

Milnersville, 

Milo, 

Millville, 

Milton, 

Mntonsburg, 

Milton Station, 

Miltonville, 

Mineral, 

Mineral Point, 

Minersville, 

Mingo, 

Minerva, 



Delaware 

Cuyahoga 

Adams 

Columbiana 

Muskingum 

Jackson 

Harrison 

Trumbull 

Champaign 

Carroll 

Putnam 

Athens 

Medina 

Hamilton 

Clark 

Morgan 

Morgan 

Seneca 

Mercer 

Lake 

Mercer 

Gallia 

Trumbull 

Fultor. 

Wyandutt 

Hamilton 

Montgomery 

Montgomery 

Clermont 

Stark 

Guernsey 

Cuyahoga 

Summit 

Noble 

Hocking 

Geauga 

Van Wert 

Meigs 

Butler 

Ashland 

Erie 

Clermont 

Union 

Knox 

Wood 

Fulton 

Defiance 

Morgan 

Lawrence 

Holmes 

Fairfield 

Cliampaign 

Athens 

Tuscarawas 

Knox 

Guernsey 

Defiance 

Butler 

Mahoning 

Monroe 

Wood 

Wood 

Athens 

Tuscarawas 

Meigs 

Vinton 

Stark 



Minster, Anglaize 

Mississinawa, Darke 

Slitchell'sSaltWorks, JefiFerson 



Mogadore, 

Mohawk Village, 

Mohican, 

Monclova, 

Monroe, 

Monroe Centre, 

Monroe Mills, 

Monroeville, 

Montauk, 

Monterey, 

Montezuma, 

Montgomery, 

Monipellier, 

Montra, 

Montrose, 

Montville, 

Moons, 



Summit 

Coshocton 

Ashland 

Lucas 

Butler 

Ashtabula 

Knox 

Huron 

Hamilton 

Clermont 

Mercer 

Hamilton 

Williams 

Shelby 

Summit 

Geauga 

Fayette 



Moore's Salt Works, Jefferson 



Mooreland, 
Moorefield, 
Morgan, 
Morgan's Fork, 
Morning Sun, 
Morristown, 
Morrisville, 
Morrow, 
Moscow, 
Moscow Mills, 
Moss Run, 
Moultrie, 
Moulton, 
Mount Airy, 
Moui'it Blftuchard, 
Mount Blanco, 
Mount CarmeJ, 
Mount Carrick, 
Mount Eaton, 
Mount Ephraim, 
Mount Gilead, 
Mount Healthy, 
Mount Heron, 
Mount Holly, 
Mount Hope, 
Mount Liberty, 
Mount Olive, 
Mount Grab, 
Mount Perry, 
Mount Pisgah, 
Mount Pleasant, 
Mount Sterling, 
Mount Union, 
Mount Vernon, 
Mount Victory, 



Wayne 

Harrison 

Ashtabula 

Pike 

Preble 

Belmont 

Clinton 

Warren 

Clermont 

^Morgan 

Washington 

Columbiana 

Anglaize 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Meigs 

Clermont 

Monroe 

Wayne 

Noble 

Morrow 

Hamilton 

Darke 

Warren 

Holmes 

Knox 

Clermont 

Brown 

Perry 

Clermont 

Jefferson 

Madison 

Stark 

Knox 

Hardin 



Mount Washington. Hamilton 



Mowrystown, 

Muchinippe, 

Mulberry, 

Mulberry Corners, 

Munnsville, 

Munson, 

Mutual, 

Murat, 

Muse, 

Nairn, 



Highland 

Logan 

Clermont 

Geauga 

Coshocton 

Geauga 

Champaign 

Paulding 

Muskingum 

Scioto 



Nankin, Ashland 

Napoleon, Henry 

Nashport, Muskingum 

Nashville, Uolraea 

Navarre, Stark 

Nebo, Jefferson 

Neelysville, Morgan 

Nelson, Portage 

Nelsonville, Athena 

Neptune, Mercer 

Nettle Lake, Williams 

Nevada, Wyandott 

Neville, Clermont 

Nevin, Highland 

New Albany, Mahoning 

New Alexander, Columbiana 

New Alexandria, Jefferson 

New Antioch, (Clinton 

Newark, Licking 

New Athens, Harrison 

New Baltimore, Stark 

New Bavaria, Henry 

New Bedford, Coshocton 

New Berlin, Stark 

New Bloomington, Marion 

New Bremen, Anglaize 

Newburg, Cuyahoga 

New Burlington, Clinton 

Newbury, Geauga 

New California, Union 

New Carlisle, Clark 

New Castle, Coshocton 

NewChambersb'g, Columbiana 

New Comerstown, Tuscarawas 

New Concord, Muskingum 

New Corwin, Highland 

New Cumberland, Tuscarawas 



New Dover, 
New England, 
New Franklin, 
New Garden, 
New Guilford, 
New Hagerstown, 
New Hampshire, 
New Harmony, 
New Harrisburg, 
New Haven, 
New Holland, 
New Hope, 
New Jasper, 
New Knoxville, 
New Lebanon, 
New Lexington, 
New Lisbon, 
Sew London, 
New Lyme, 
New Madison, 
New Market, 
New Martinsburg, 



Union 

Atliens, 

Stark 

Columbiana 

Coshocton 

Carroll 

Anglaize 

Brown 

Carroll 

Huron 

Pickaway 

Brown 

Greene 

Anglaize 

Montgomery 

Perry 

Columbiana 

Huron 

Asht;ibula 

Daike 

Highland 

Favctto 



New Matanioras, Washington 

New Middletown, Mahoning 

New Milford, . Portage 

New Moscow, Coshocton 

New Palestine, Clermont 

New Paris, Preble 

New Petersburg, Highland 
New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas 



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New Pittsburg, Wayne 

New Plymouth, Vinton 
Newport, Washington 

New Portage, Summit 

New Prospect, Wayne 

New Richland, Logan 

New Richmond, Clermont 

New Rochester, Wood 

New Rumley, Harrison 

New Salem, FairLeld 

New Somerset, Jefferson 

New Springfield, Mahoning 

Newton Falls, Trumbull 

Newtonville, Clermont 

Newville, Richland 

Newtown, . Hamilton 

New Vienna, Clinton 

New Washington, Crawford 

New Waterford, Columbiana 

New Way, Lickin^ 

New Westfield, Wood 

New Westville, Prebl 

Ney, Defiance 

Nicholsville, Clermont 

Niles, Trumbull 

Nimisilla, ' Summit 

Nonpareil, Knox 

North Benton, Mahoning 

North Berne, Fairfield 

North Bloomfield, Trumbull 

North Camden, Lorain 

North Clayton, Miami 

North Columbus, Franklin 

North Dover, Cuyahoga 

North Eaton, Lorain 

North Fairfield, Huron 

Northfield, Summit 
NorthGeorgetown, Columbiana 

North Hampton, Clark 

North Industry. Stark 

North Jackson, Mahoning 

North Lawrence, Stark 

North Lcwisburg, Champaign 



North Liberty, 
North Lima, 
North Madison, 
North Newbury, 
North Ridge, 
North Ridge ville. 
North Royalton, 
North Salem, 
North Sheffield, 
North Solon, 
North Springfield, 
North Star, 
North Union town. 
North Washington, 
Northwest, 
Norton, 

Norton Centre, 
Norwalk, 
Norwich, 
Nottingham, 
Nova, 
Oakfield, 
Oak Hill, 
Oakland, 



Knox 

Mahoning 

Lake 

Geauga 

Hancock 

Lorain 

Cuyahoga 

Guernsey 

Ashtabula 

Cuyahoga 

Summit 

Darke 

Highlond 

Hardin 

Williams 

Delaware 

Summit 

Huron 

Muskingum 

Harrison 

Ashland 

Perry 

Jackson 

Clinton 



Oak Ridge, 

Oberlin, 

Oceola, 

Odessa, 

Ohl's Town, 

Oil Diggings, 

Okeana, 

Old Hickory, 

Olena, 

Olive, 

Olive Branch, 

Olive Centre, 

Olive Furnace, 

Olive Green, 

Olivesburg, 

Olmsted, 

Omega, 

Oneida Mills, 

Ontario, 

Orange, 

Orange Station, 

Orangeville, 

Oregon, 

Orville, 

Orwell, 

Osborn, 

Osman's 

Osnaburg, 

Ostend, 

Ostrander, 

Otsego, 

Ottawa. 

Ottokee C. H., 

Otways, 

Oatville, 

Overneok's Station, 

Ovid, 

Ovensville, 

Oxford, 

Ozark, 

Paddy's Run, 

Painesville, 

Paint, 

Painter Creek, 

Paintersville, 

Palestine, 

Fallow, 

Palmyra, 

Palo Alto, 

Panama, 

Pancoastburg, 

Paris, 

Parisville, 

Parkman, 

Park's Mills, 

Parma, 

Pataskala, 

Patmos, 

Patriot, 

Patterson, 

Paulding, 

Payne, 

Pemberton, 

Pendleton, 

Penfield, 

Peninsula, 

Pennsville, 



Hancock Peoli, 

Lorain Perin's Mills, 
Crawford Perote, 

Henry Perry, 
Trumbull Perrysburg, 
Trumbull Perryton. 

Butler Perryville, 
Wayne Peru, 



Huron Petersburg, 
Noble Pettisville, 
Clermont Pharisburg, 

Meigs Phelps, 
Lawrence Philanthropy, 

Noble Philipsburg, 
Richland Philo, 
Cuyahoga Pickerington, 
Pike Pickereltown, 
Carroll Pierce, 
Richland Pierpont, 
Mahoning Pike, 
Delaware Piketon, 
Trnmbull Pilcher, 
Warren Pine Grove, 
Wayne Pioneer, 
Ashtabula Piqua, 
Greene Pisgah, 
Adams Pitsburg, 
Stark Pittsfield, 
Washington Plain, 

Delaware Plainfield, 
Muskingum Plainville, 
Ottawa Plank Road, 
Fulton Plato, 
Scioto Plattsville, 
Licking Pleasant Corners, 
Butler Pleasant Hill, 
Franklin Pleasant Plain, 
Clermont Pleasant Ridge, 
Butler Pleasant Run, 
Monroe Pleasanton, 
Butler Pleasant Valley, 
Lake Pleasantville, 
Highland Plimton, 
Darke Plymouth 
Greene Post Town, 
Pickaway Poe, 

Stark Pdint Isabel, 
Portage Point Pleasant, 
Seneca Poland, 
DefiancejPolk, 
Fayette Polktown, 
StarkiPomeroy, 
Portage iPond, 
Geauga jPond Run, 
Franklin Pontiac, 
CuyahogajPoplar, 

Licking! Poplar Ridge, 
Mahoning Portage, 

Gallia Portage Centre, 
Delaware Port Clinton, 
Paulding Porter, 
Paulding Portersville, 
Shelby Port Homer, 
Putnam Portland, 
Lorain Portsmouth, 
Summit Port Union, 
Morgan Port Washington, 



Tuscarawas 

Clermont 

Ashland 

Lake 

Wood 

Licking 

Ashland 

Huron 

Mahoning 

;Fultou 

Union 

Ashtabula 

Butler 

Jefferson 

Muskingum 

Fairfield 

Logan 

Stark 

Ashtabula 

Perry 

Pike 

Belmont 

Gallia 

Williams 

Miami 

Butler 

Darke 

Lorain 

Wayne 

Coshocton 

Hamilton 

Belmont 

Lorain 

Shelby 

Franklin 

Miami 

Warren 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Athens 

Morgan 

Fairfield 

Holmes 

Richland 

Butler 

Medina 

Clermont 

Cleiraont 

Mahoning 

Ashland 

Clermont 

Meigs 

Geauga 

Scioto 

Huron 

Crawford 

Darke 

Wood 

Hancock 

Ottawa 

Delaware 

Perry 

Jefferson 

Meigs 

Scioto 

Butler 

Tuscarawag 



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Port William, 


Clinton 


Potsdam, 


Miami 


Powell, 


Delaware 


Powellsville, 


Scioto 


Powhatan Point, 


Belmont 


Prairie Depot, 


Wood 


Prairieville, 


Erie 


Pratt, 


Shelby 


Prattsville, 


Vinton 


Preston, 


Hamilton 


Pricetown, 


Highland 


Primrose, 


Williams 


Princeton, 


Butler 


Propstville, 


Pickaway 


Prospect, 


Marion 


Providence, 


Lucas 


Puebia, 


Brown 


Pugh, 


Belmont 


Pulaski, 


Williams 


Pulaskiville, 


Morrow 


Put-in-Bay, 


Ottawa 


Putnam, 


Maskingum 


Pyrmont, 


Montgomery 


Quaker Bottom, 


Lawrence 


Quincy, 


Logan 


Racine, 


Meigs 


Raccoon Island, 


Gallia 


Radnor, 


Delaware 


Rainsboro', 


Highland 


Raiidolph, 


Portage 


Rapids, 


Partage 


Rarden, 


Scioto 


Ravenna, 


Portage 


Rawsonville, 


Lorain 


Raymonds, 


Union 


Rays, 


Jackson 


Reading, 


Hamilton 


Red Lion, 


Warren 


Reid's, 


Paulding 


Reed's Mills, 


Vinton 


Reedsburg, 


Wayne 


Reedtown, 


Seneca 


Reesville, 


Clinton 


Regneir's Mills, 


Washington 


Rehoboth, 


Perry 


Reiley, 


Butler 


Reinersville, 


Morgan 


Remson's Corners, Medina 


Renrock, 


Noble 


Republic, 


Seneca 


Republican, 


Darke 


Reservoir, 


Mercer 


Reynoldsburg, 


Franklin 


Richfield, 


Summit 


Richland, 


Richland 


Richmond, 


Jefferson 


Richmond Centre 


, Ashtabula 


Richmond Dale, 


Ross 


Richwood, 


Union 


Ridgeland, 


Henry 


Ridgeville, 


Warren 


Ridgeville Corners, Henry 


Riga, 


Lucas 


Rinenart, 


Auglaize 


Ringgold, 


Morgan 


Rio Grande, 


Gallia 


Ripley, 


Brown 



River Styx, 

Rives, 

Rix's Mills, 

Rochester Depot, 

Ilocksford, 

Rock Camp, 

Rock House, 

Rockport, 

Rockville, 

Rocky Fork, 

Rocky Hill, 

Rock Oak, 

Rodney, 

Rogersville, 

Rokeby, 

RoUersville, 

Rome, 

Rootstown, 

Roscoe, 

Rose, 

Rosedale, 

Roseville, 

Ross, 

Rosseau, 

Round I3ottom, 

Round Head, 

Rows, 

Rowville, 

Roxabell, 

Roxbury, 

Royalton, 

Ruggles, 

Rural, 

Rural Dale, 

Rush Creek, 

Rush, 

Rush Run, 

llushville, 

Rushsylvania, 

Russell, 

Russell's Place, 

Russellville, 

Russell's Station, 

Russia, 

Rutland, 

Sabina, 

Saint Charles, 

Saint CUir, 

Saint Clairsville, 

Saint Henry's, 

Saint John's, 

Saint Joseph, 

Saint Joseph Coll 

Saint Louisville, 

Saint Mary's, 

Saint Paris, 

Sago, 

Salesville, 

Salem, 

Salem Centre, 

Salineville, 

Salt Creek, 

Saltillo, 

Samantha, 

Samsonville, 

Sandusky, 

Sandy, 



Medina 

Richland 

Muskingum 

Lorain 

Tuscarawas 

Lawrence 

Hocking 

Cuyahoga 

Adams 

Licking 

Jackson 

Athens 

Gallia 

Tuscarawas 

Morgan 

Sandusky 

Ashtabula 

Portage 

Coshocton 

Carroll 

Madison 

Muskingum 

Butler 

Morgan 

Monroe 

Hardin 

Ashland 

Licking 

Robs 

Morgan 

Fairfield 

Ashland 

Clermont 

Muskingum 

Union 

Tuscarawas 

Jefferson 

Fairfield 

Logan 

Geauga 

Lawrence 

Brown 

Highland 

Shelby 

Meigs 

Clinton 

Butler 

Columbiana 

Belmont 

Mercer 

Auglaize 

Williams 

ege, Perry 

Licking 

Auglaize 

Champaign 

Muskingum 

Guernsey 

Columbiana 

Meigs 

Columbiana 

Holmes 

Holmes 

Highland 

Jackson 

Erie 

Columbianai 



Sandyville, 


Tuscarawas 


Sarahsvillc, 


Noble 


Sardinia, 


Brown 


Sardis, 


Monroe 


Savannah, 


Ashland 


Saybrook, 


Ashtaljula 


Scliooley's Station 


, Ross 


Scio, 


Harrison 


Scioto, 


Scioto 


Sciotoville, 


Scioto 


Scotch Ridge, 


Wood 


Scott, 


Adams 


Scroggsfield, 


Carroll 


Seal, 


Wyandott 


Sego 


Perry 


Selma, 


Clark 


Senecaville, 


Guernsey 


Seven Mile, 


Butler 


Seven Mile Prairie 


, Darke 


Scwellsville, 


Belmont 


Shade, 


Athens 


Shadeville, 


Franklin 


Sbalersville, 


Portage 


Shaler's Mills. 


Knos 


Shanandoah, 


Richland 


Shane's Crossing, 


Mercer 


Shanesville, 


Tuscarawas 


Shannon, 


Milskiiigum 


Sharon, 


Noble 


Sharon Centre, 


Medina 


Sharonville, 


Hamilton 


Shaucks, 


ilorrow 


Sheflield, 


Lorain 


Sheffield Lake, 


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Somerville, 


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Sonora, 


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