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CHICAGO ^BOSTCH 






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I Indianapolis, IND. 

I MAKE MORE THAN 

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I ROAD WAGONS AND SPRING WAGONS 

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They are the most durable. 
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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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-* : 3 ESTABLISHED 1876« 



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JOHN L. ARMITAGE & CO., 

Thomas and Dawson St., Newark, N. J. 



MAEEBS OF 



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FINE VARNISHES, 

ALSO 

RUBBER FINISH AND BRIGHT JAPANS 

F'or Seud-dlery I^ surd-ware, E"to. 
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CARRIAGE CUSHIONS and BACKS. 

A Knitted Fabric, quilted into sections by 

a patented knitted process, the Filling being 
carried and confined in an untwisted state, se- 
curing all the softness of the natural fibre. 

Costs less than Curled Hair and Guaran- 
teed more durable. 

It will not get lumpy or displaced, and will not 
harden. Has been practically tested for seven 
years. SEJ^D FOB SAMPLE. 

Knitted Mattress Co., Canton Junction, Mass. 

BUY YOUR AXLE CLIPS, 









And Other Carriage Forgings 

Columbus Bolt Worhs^ 

OOLXJIS/IBXJS, O. 

They use the BEST QUALITY of NORWAY IRON 

Catalogue and Prices on Application. 



FLAT % OVAL TOP-BODY COR.- IRONS. 

Steel Felloe Plates, Wrought Clip Ties and Washers. 

E. B. LAIMMAN, Columbus, O. -^ 



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Large facilities enable us to accommodate trade promptly. 



Address Orders, 



AMERICAN WHEEL CO., 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Patent No. Hub Lathe. 18 In. Sand Belt Machine. Self-Feed Rip-Saw Machine. 

DEFIANCE MACHIITE WORKS, 

DEFIANCE, OHIO, U. S. A. 

Largest Builders of Wood-Working Machinery 




— FOK — 

Hub, Spoke, Wheel, Bending, Wagon 

and Carriage Factories. 
300 DIFFERENT MACHINES. 

SEM» FOR CATALOGUES, PRICES, ETC. 

EVERY MACHINE TESTEII AM) WARRANTED, 
DEFIANCE, OHIO. 



36-Inch Baud-Sawing Machine 
with Iron TiltiuK Table. 





No. i Double''PoIishing Slachiue. 



Patent Spoke T.athe. 



Best and Cheapest Farm and Road Wtigons in tlie World 




MADE FOR TWO OR FOUR PASSENGER WAGON. 



MADE BY 







OLDS WAGON 
WORKS, 



FORT WAYNE, 



INDIANA, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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EMPIRE RUBBER CO. 

GEO. R. COOK, General Manager and Secretary. 



MANUFAOTTJKKRS OF THK 



FINEST QUALITIES 

RUBBER BELTING, HOSE, PACKING. 

CARRIAGE DRILLS, DUCKS, ETC. 

Factories, Trenton, N. J. T7DE1.3E33SrT03\r, KT. J. 



H. D. DOWNING, President. 



J. M. DOWNING, Sec'y and Treas. 



THE WILMINGTON WHEEL CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




CAERIA&E AND WAGON 

WHEELS 



The Best Wheel Made. 



SKXD FOR PRICES. 



V/ILMINGTON, DEL. 

NEW HAYEN WHEEL CO, New Haven, Conn, 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

All the Usual Styles of Vehicle Wheels, 

Including Sarven, Warner, Banded Hub and Common Styles. Wheels of all 

sizes Tired, Banded and Boxed. 



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THE ROYER WHEEL CO. 

CINCINNATI, OHIO, 

MANUPACTUREKS OF 






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Compressed Hub with Narrow Sands, 
THE BEST WHEELS MADE. 



BranchHouse,NEWYORKSARTEN WHEEL CO., 101 Bowery, N.Y. ^,, , 

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PRICE, LEE & CO., 



PUBLISHERS OF THE 



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FOR NEW ENGLAND AND NEW YORK CITY, 



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HOME OFFICE, 



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TREHTO]^ OIL CLOTH CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Superior Qualities Table and. Enameled. 

^OXXl* OXL-O'TEP'aHESi^- 

OF E?EEY DESORIPTIOS. 



Specialties : English ITIoleskin, Flocked Back Ooods, Flocked Head-ltnlDKB, Oil 

Back Duck, Oil Face Duck and Drill, Fancy Face Duck, Drill 

and ITIuslia in every Color and KItade, Pebbled, I<eatlier 

Grain, Olazed or Patent Flnlsb. 

rrPLEisrrroisr, kt. j. 

Improved Bolt ^ Rivet Clippers, 

FOR SALE BY DEALERS GENERALLY. 





— iMANUFACTURED BY— 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

-A.. L. JOKLISrS <Sz> OO., 
FORT WAYNE, IND., 

HAKB THK BKST 

HAND-MADE BUGGY AND TEAM HARNESS 

IN THE U. S. FOR THE MONEY. 

Send for Price List. Try a sample order and you will be sure to 
want more. Eeliabje quality and low prices are the inducemente they offer 
for your patronage. 

PRICE, LEE & CO, 

PUBLISHERS OF THE 

FQei^al Trades Direcl^opg 

• — FOR — 

NEW EN&LAND AND NEW YORK CITY. 



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^06 to 210 Meadow Street, New Haven, Conn. 



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ESTABLISHED 1873. 



PRICE, LEE & CO., 



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Directory ^ Publishers. 

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•►^rSHOME OF'FIOEttr^t— 



206-210 Meadow St., New Haven, Ci 



The following Directories Published at this OfiBce: 

American GarriaEe Directorj, Metal Traces Directorj. 

Con.nectictJ.t. 

New Haven, Bridgeport, Norwich, New London, Waterbury 

and Naugatuck, New Britain, Meriden, Middletown 

and Portland, Ansonia, Birmingham, Derby, Shelton 

and Seymour, Winsted and Torrington, Bristol 

and Plainville, Southington, New Milford, 

Rockville, Stafford Springs, and 

Tolland County. 

IS/tassachLU-setts. g 

Springfield and Chicopee, Holyoke, Fitchburg, Northampton 
and Easthampton, Pittsfield, Clinton and Lancaster, 
Leominster, Adams, Great Barrington, Gard- 
ner, Winchendon and Ashburnham. 



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AMERICAN 



Carriage Directory, 

CONTAINING 

LISTS OF CARRIAGE, WAGON AND SLEIGH MANUFAC- 

TURERS AND DEALERS ; ALSO MANUFACTURERS 

AND DEALERS IN CARRIAGE MAKERS' 

SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS IN 

THE UNITED STATES 

AND CANADA. 



ISSUED ANNUALLY 



PRICE, - - - $5.00. 



No. V. 



PUBLISHED BY 

PRICE, LEE & CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN. 

1801. 



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Entered, according to Act of Cougress, in the year 1891, 
By price, lee & CO., 

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 



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PRGPACG. 



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7 -_- X E take pleasure in presenting to our patrons the fifth edition of our Carriage 
ill Directory. We have made great improvements from year to year, and the 
^vL^ present isstie will prove to be one of the best works of the kind ever published. 
Among the many new features to be found in this issue will be the affi.xing of a star to all 
firm names whose financial strength is supposed to be over $5,o(x>. This will be of great 
value, particularly when sending out circtilars. To inanufacturers looking for export 
trade, the list of export merchants w-ill be found valuable. An examination of the work 
will show mail}- other improvements in classification, etc. To our patrons we wish to 
return our sincere thanks for their support, and we assure them that we shall spare no 
expense to make future editions worthy of their patronage and a credit to the trade. 



PRICE, LEC ^ CO. 



TABLE GIVING NUMBER OF NAMES IN EACH STATE. 





Carriage 

and Wiigon 

Makers. 


Cnrrlage 

and Wagon 

Dealers. 


Manufacturers 

and Dealers 

Materials. 


Sleigll 

MaiiufMcturers 

and Dealers. 


Total. 


Alabama 

Arizona Territory 


122 
23 

116 

762 

91 

469 

1:^6 

69 

74 

2« 

18 

2,175 

5 

1,149 

],0I7 

^80 

.364 

106 

599 

dOO 

'.117 

1,141 

649 

78 

1,166 

38 

300 

28 

402 

779 

9 

3,295 

230 . 

59 

2,010 

139 

2,671 

213 

193 

155 

229 

, .'321 

48 

4.34 

320 

72 

121 

1,095 

12 


90 

14 

67 
184 

52 
104 

48 
3 

38 

169 

6 

1,011 

1 

589 

667 

244 

155 

50 
174 

73 
203 

523 . 
281 

65 
372 

25 
255 

10 

95 

137 

4 

608 

106 

31 
786 

52 
658 

35 

78 

85 
122 
314 

28 
153 
110 

52 

49 
314 

11 


15 

""8 

96 

8 

£04 

36 

6 

5 

33 

•340 

284 
6t 
21 
49 
8 
68 
69 

428 

178 
35 
13 

105 

8 

10 

1 

66 

221 
1 

792 
40 
22 

823 
14 

651 

44 

5 

"69 
27 

"56 
56 

1 

18 
118 


.... 
.... 

"9 
56 
18 

422 

'i78 

282 

48 

149 
32 
2-^3 
409 
195 

ioo 

9 
52 

"92 
97 

808 

292 
12 

500 
10 

"26 

187 

23 

4 

11 

353 


227 

37 

191 

1 ,042 
IGO 
933 
238 
78 
117 
440 
24 

3.948 
fi 

2,200 

2,030 
793 
468 
164 
790 
6:^4 

1,971 

2,251 

1,1.50 
156 

1,743 

80 

617 

;i9 

655 

1,234 
14 

5,703 
376 
112 

3.411 
217 

4,480 
.302 
278 
260 
420 
662 
78 
824 
509 
129 
199 

1,880 
23 


Arkansas 

California 

1 Colorado 

' Connecticut 


Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 


Georgia 


Idaho 


[Iliuole 

1 ndian Territory 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 


.Massachusetts. . ... 


Michigan 

-Minnesota 

.MissiSbippi 


Missouri 


Montana 


Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico Territory 

New York 

North Carolina 


North Dakota 


Ohio 

Oregon ' 


Pennsylvania 


Rhode It^land 


South Carolina 


South Dako a 


Tennessee 


Texas 


Utah Territory 

Vermont 


Virginia 

Washington 


i West Virginia 


Wisconsin 

VVyomins 






25,790 


9,4?4 


5,283 


4.601 


45,108 


Hawaiian Islands 


4 









4 


Dominion op Canada. 












British Columbia 


16 

41 

95 

7 

163 

1 449 

30 

344 


2 

12 

3 

1 
8 

60 
1 

20 


"7 

"5 

135 

■ 3 

60 


1 

18 

13 

104 

1 

51 


18 

54 

123 

8 

189 

1,748 

.35 

478 


Manitoba 


New Brunswick 

Newfoundland . . 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island 


Quebec 






2.149 


117 


210 


191 


2..563 



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We have made 23,271 changes from previous issue. This includes changes in location, 

new names added and names crossed out. 



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FOR Carriage, Harness ^ Saddlery Work 

UNEQUALLED 




FOR 



RAPIDITY, 

SIMPLICITY, 

DURABILITY 

AND FOR 

PERFECTION 
OF WORK. 



FOR FOOT 
OR POWER. 



THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 

PEINOIPAL LOCAL ACDEESSES IN FOLLOWINS PAQE:. OFFICES EVERYWHERE. 



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CONTEXTS. 



ACTIVE -MEMBERS 

ADVERTISERS' INDEX 

ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 

ANNUAL CONVENTION CARRIAGE BUILDERS' NATIONAL ASSOCIA- 
TION 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

INDEX TO HEADINGS 

OFFICERS CARRIAGE BUILDERS' NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 



PAGE 

36—41 

7—23 

49-94 

23-33 
42—47 

48 
2— 5 

35 



ALABAMA 95—97 

ARIZONA TERRITORY 97-98 

ARKANSAS 98—99 

CALIFORNIA 100-109 

COLORADO 109-110 

CONNECTICUT 111-126 

DELAWARE 126-128 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 129-180 

FLORIDA .., 130-131 

GEORGIA 181-135 

IDAHO 135 

ILLINOIS 136-174 

INDIAN TERRITORY 174 

INDIANA 175-196 

IOWA 197-214 

KANSAS 214-221 

KENTUCKY 221-226 

LOUISIANA 227-228 

MAINE 229-236 

MARYLAND 367-244 

MASSACHUSETTS 244-370 

MICHIGAN 271-391 

MINNESOTA 292-301 

MISSISSIPPI 302-303 

MISSOURI 304-323 



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MONTANA 323 

NEBRASKA 324-329 

NEVADA 329 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 330-336 

NEW JERSEY 337-353 

NEW MEXICO TERRITORY .... 353 

NEW YORK 353-413 

NORTH CAROLINA 413-416 

NORTH DAKOTA 417 

OHIO 418-467 

OREGON 468-469 

PENNSYLVANIA 470-513 

RHODE ISLAND 518-516 

SOUTH CAROLINA 517-519 

SOUTH DAKOTA 519-521 

TENNESSEE 521-525 

TEXAS. 526-581 

UTAH TERRITORY 531-532 

VERMONT 532-539 

VIRGINIA 539-544 

WASHINGTON 544 

WEST VIRGINIA 545-547 

WISCONSIN 548-563 

WYOMING 564 



HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 564 



dom:inion ok Canada. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 564 

MANITOBA 565 

NEW BRUNSWICK 56.5-566 

NEWFOUNDLAND 567 



PASE 

NOVA SCOTIA 567-569 

ONTARIO 569-585 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 586 

QUEBEC 586-594 



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INDEX TO HEADINGS. 



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PAGE 

ANTI R.\TTLER MFS.— 116. 162, 189, 210, 

221. 260, 384, 345, 889, 444, 499, 537, 583, 

593. 
ANVIL AND VISE MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
APRON MRS.— See Trimming Mfrs. 
AXLE BOX MFRS.— 499. 
AXLE BOX PRESS MFRS.— 444. 
AXLE CLIP MFRS —See Hardware Mfrs. 
AXLE CUTTER MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
AXLE MFRS.— 107, 116, 128.163, 226, 235. 

260, 334, 345, 389, 444, 499, 516, 547, 559, 

566. 583, 593. 
AXLE NUT MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
AXLE SET MFRS.— 116. 
AXLE UPSETTER MFRS.— See Machinery 

aud Tool Mfrs. 
AXLE WASHER HOLDER MFRS.— 389. 
AXLE WASHER MFRS.— 116, 128, 162, 

260, 345, 389, 445, 516. , 

BAND SAW MFRS.— See Machinery and 

Tool Mfrs. 
BANDAGE MFRS.- 260. 
BENCH TOOL MFRS— See Machinery and 

Tool Mfrs. 
BELTING.— See Hardware and Supply 

Dealers. 
BENT WORK MFRS.— See Woodwork 

Mfrs. 
BLACKSMITHS' BELLOWS AND TOOL 

MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 
BLACKSMITHS' DRILLS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
BLACKSMITH FORGES AND SUP- 
PLIES.— See Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 
BLACKSMITHS' MACHINERY AND 

TOOL MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool 

Mfrs. 
BLOWER MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool 

Mfrs. 
BODY CLAMP MFRS.— See Machinery and 

Tool Mfrs. 
BODY CORNER IRONS MFRS.— See Hard- 
ware Mfrs. 
BODY MAKERS' TOOLS.— See Machinerj^ 

and Tool Mfrs. 
BODY MFRS.— 107, 117, 128, 162,189, 210, 

242, 261, 285, 299, 319, 334, 345, 389, 416, 

445. 499, 537, 559. 583, 586, 593. 
BODY MFRS.' MACHINERY.— See Ma- 
chinery and Tool Mfrs. 
BOILER INSURANCE.— 97. 108, 110, 117. 

163, 242, 261, 319, 391, 445, 469, 499, 516. 

519 
BOLSTER PLATE MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs, . 
BOLSTER SPRING MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. ; also Spring INIf rs. 
BOLT CLIPPER MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 



BOLT HEADERS MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
BOLT AND NUT MFRS.— 117, 391, 446, 

499. 516— See also Hardware Mfrs. 
BOLT AND RIVET CLIPPER MFRS.— See 

Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 
BOOT MFRS.— 190, 285. 334, 391, 446. 
BORING MACHINERY.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
BOW MFRS.— See Woodwork Mfrs. 
BOW SOCKET MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
BOX PULLER MFRS.— See Machinery and 

Tool Mfrs. 
BOX STAPLES (to rivet).— 559. 
BRAKE MFRS.— See Wagon Brake Mfrs.; 

also Hardware Mfrs. 
BRUSH MFRS.— 163. 391, 500. 
BRUSH DEALERS— See Hardware and 

Supply Dealers. 
BUCKRAMS.— See Cloths and Linings. 
BUGGY APRON AND BOOT MFRS.— See 

Boot Mfrs. 
BUTTON MFRS.— See Trimming Mfrs. 
CANOPY TOP IRONS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
CARRIAGE AND WAGON DEALERS.— 

See Carriage and Wagon Mfrs. 
CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKERS — 

95. 97, 98, 100, 109, 111, 126, 129, 130, 131, 

135. 136, 174, 175, 197. 214, 222, 227, 229, 

237, 244. 271, 292, 302, 304, 323, 324, 329, 

330, 337, 352, 353, 413, 417, 418, 468, 470, 

513, 517, 519, 521, 526, 531, 533, 540, 544, 

546, 548, 564, 565. 567, 569, 586. 
CARRIAGE WRENCH xMFRS. — See 

Wrench Mfrs. 
CHERRY HEAT WELDING COMPOUND 

—447. 
CHUCK MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool 

Mfrs. 
CLAMP MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool 

Mfrs. 
CLIP MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
CLIP YOKE MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
CLOTH AND LININGS.— 117, 163, 261, 

345, 391. 500, 516, 583. 
COACH COLOR MFRS.-128, 163, 190, 210, 

261, 285, 299, 319, 345, 392, 447, 500, 559, 

583 593 
COACH HINGE MPRS.-See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
COACH LACE MFRS.— 117, 392, 500. 
COAL CART MFRS. -242. 
CORNER IRON MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
COTTON DUCK— See Cloths and Linings, 

also Hardware and Supply Dealers. 
CURLED HAIR DEALERS.— See Hardware 

and Supply Dealers. 
CURLED HAIR MFRS.— 164. 190, 242, 261, 

319, 346, 393, 447, 500, 516, 559. 



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INDEX TO HEADIlSrGS. 



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CURLED HAIR SUBSTITUTE MFRS.— 

261. 
CURTAIN FASTENER MFRS.— 393, 447. 
CURTAIN LIGHT AIFRS.— See Miscella- 
neous. 
CURTAIN ROLLER MFRS.— See Trim- 

miu<?s Mfrs. 
CUSHION MFRS.— See Top and Cushion 

Mfrs. 
CUSHION SPRING MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
CUSHION TIRE FOR CARRIAGES.— 118. 
DADO SAW MFRS.— 385. 
DASH PLUME MFRS.— See Trimmings 

Mfrs. 
DASH RAIL MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
DiSH SCREEN MFRS.— See Pole Screen 

Mfrs. 
DASH AND FENDER MFRS.— 118, 190, 

210. 393, 447. 583. 
DASH AND FENDER STITCHING.— 262, 

516. 
DOOR HANDLE MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. ; also Trimmings Mfrs. 
DOUBLE-TREE MFRS.— See Whiffletree 

Mfrs.; also Woodwork Mfrs. 
DRAFT REGULATOR MFRS.— See Hard- 

wai'e Mfrs. 
DRILL MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool 

Mfrs. 
DRILL PRESS MFRS.— See Machinery and 

Tool Mfrs. 
DRILLING MACHINES.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
DROP FORGINGS AND DIES.— See Hard- 
ware Mfrs. 
DROP PRESS MFRS.— See Machinery and 

Tool Mfrs. 
DROP REACH FIFTH WHEEL MFRS.— 

See Fifth Wheel Mfrs. Hardware Mfrs. 
ELASTIC CUSHIONS FOR WHIFFLE- 

TREES —448. 
ELEVATOR MFRS.— 164. 
EMERY AND CORUNDUM WHEELS 

AND MACHINE MFRS.— 164, 262. 
ENAMELED LEATHER MFRS. — See 

Leather Mfrs. 
ENAMELED OIL CLOTH MFRS.— 235, 

262, 346, 393,501. 593. 
END GATE CATCH MFRS.— See Hard- 
ware Mfrs. 
END GATE FASTENER MFRS.— See 

Hardware Mfrs. 
EXCELSIOR DEALERS.— See Hardware 

and Supply Dealers. 
EXCELSIOR MFRS.— 190. 226, 235, 262, 

286, 299. 319. 334, 346, 394, 416, 448, 469, 

501, 537, 547, 559. 
EXPORT AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS.— 263, 394. 
EYELET MFRS.— See Miscellaneous. 
FACTORY AND AVAREROOM TRUCKS. 

—448. 
FELLOE PLATE MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
FELLOES, RIMS, ETC. MFRS.— See 

Woodwork Mfrs. 
FENDER MFRS.— See Dash and Fender 

Mfrs. 
FIFTH WHEEL MFRS.— 118. 164, 191, 210, 

319, 346. 394, 448, 501, 559, 583. 
FILE MFRS.— 448. 
FILLER MFRS.— See Wood Filler Mfrs. 



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FLEXIBLE BORING MACHINE MFRS. 
— See Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 

FOOT POWER HAiVIMER MFRS.— See 
Alacliinery and Tool Mfrs. 

FORGES— See Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 

FORGING MACHINE MFRS.— See Machin- 
ery and Tool Mfrs. 

FORGINGS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 

FRINGE MFRS.— See Trimmings Mfrs. 

GEAR IROX MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 

GEAR MFRS.— 108, 110. 118, 128, 164, 191, 
210, 336, 343, 363, 386. 319. 334. 346. 395, 
416. 449, 501. 534, 537. 559, 583. 586, 593. 

GLASS BENDERS AND BEVELERS.— 
118. 164. 362. 346, 395. 502. 

GLUE HEATERS.— 450. 

GLUE MFRS. -108, 164, 191. 243, 262, 319, 
334. 346. 395, 450, 469, 503, 559. 

HAMMER (POWER) MFRS.— See Machine- 
ry and Tool Mfrs. 

HAND BLOWERS.— See Machinery and 
Tool Mfrs. 

HARDWARE MFRS.— 97, 108, 119, 138, 

164, 191. 210, 221. 226. 235. 243. 262. 386, 
320, 334, 347, 395, 450, 503, 516, 537. 547, 
559 569 583 593 

HARDWARE AND SUPPLY DEALERS.— 
97, 99, 108. 110, 119, 138, 130, 131, 135, 

165, 191, 210, 231, 236, 328, 235, 243, 263. 

286, 299, 303, 330, 323, 328, 339, 335, 347, 
353, 397. 416. 453, 469, 503, 516, 519, 534, 
531, 533, 537, 543, 545, 547, 559, 566, 569, 
584, 586. 594. 

HARDWOOD LUMBER.— 108, 119. 166, 193, 
311. 364, 287, 300, 330, 338. 347, 399, 453, 
504. 516. 525, 543, 547, 559, 594. 

HARNESS MFRS.— 193, 335. 

HEARSE MOUNTING MFRS.— See Hard- 
ware Mfrs; also Trimmings Mfrs. 

HEARSE TRIMMINGS.— See Trimmings 
I\Ifrs. 

HINGE AND LOCK MFRS.— See Hard- 
ware Mfrs. 

HOLLOW AUGERS— See Machinery and 
Tool Mfrs. 

HORSE COLLAR MFRS.— 131. 

HORSE SHOE MFRS.— 121. 

HUB BAND MFRS. -166, 454. 

HUB BORING GAUGE MFRS.— See Ma- 
chinery and Tool Mfrs. 

HUB BORING AND BOXING MACHINE- 
RY MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool 
Mfrs. 

HUB MACHINERY.— See Machinery and 
Tool Mfrs. 

HUB AND SPOKE MFRS.— 97, 99, 108, 
121, 128, 135, 166, 192, 226. 235, 243, 264, 

287, 300, 303, 320, 335, 347, 399. 416. 454, 
504. 516, 525, 538. 543, 547. 560. 584, 594. 

JACK MFRS.— 108, 121, 166, 192, 264, 387, 

300, 347. 399, 455, 505, 516. 
JACK SCREW MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
JOINT END MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
JUMP SEAT IRONS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
LAMP MFRS.— 108. 121, 166, 264. 347, 400, 

455, 505. 
LANDAU HINGE MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
LAZY BACK IRONS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
LAZY BACK MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
LEATHER MFRS.— 121, 166, 364, 330, 349, 

400, 455, 505. 538, 584, 594. 



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LIXE RAILS MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
LOCK AND HINGE MFRS— See Hard- 
ware Mfrs. 
LOCKS FOR WAGON BRAKES.— 560. 
LOW WATER ALARM.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
MACHINERY AND TOOL MFRS.— 121. 
135, 166, 193, 211, 228, 2-13, 264, 287, 303, 

320, 335, 349. 400, 455, 505, 516, 525, 531, 
538, 543. 560, 584, 594. 
MALLEABLE IRON CASTINGS. — See 

Hardware Mfrs. 
MALLEABLE IRON MFRS.— See Hard- 
ware Mfrs. 
MALLEABLES.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
MISCELLANEOUS.— 126. 174, 214, 258,270, 

291, 336. 352. 413, 467, 513, 516, 594. 
MOSS DEALERS.— See Hardware and Sup- 
ply Dealers. 
MOSS MFRS.— 228, 321, 401, 456. 
MOUNTINGS.— See Hardware Mfrs; also 

Trimmiues Mfrs. 
NAME PLATE MFRS.— 121, 167, 193, 235, 

265, 287, 300, 321. 349, 401, 457, 505, 594. 
NECK YOKE MFRS.— 121, 168, 193, 211, 

226,265.287,321, 401, 416, 457, 505. 525, 
544. 560, 584. 

OILCLOTHS.— See Enameled Oil cloth Mfrs. 
PAINT MFRS.— See Coach Color Mfrs. 
PANEL MFRS.— See Woodwork Mfrs. 
PATENT AND ENAMELED LEATHER. 

— See Leather Mfrs. 
PATROL WAGON BRASSWORK.— See 

Hardware Mfrs. 
PERCH IRON :MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
PLANE :MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool 

Mfrs 
PLUME MFRS.— See Trimnaings Mfrs. 
POLE CRAB AND HOOK MFRS.— See 

Hardware Mfrs. 
POLE MFRS.— 108, 122, 168, 193, 226, 265, 

287, 349, 401, 416, 458, 505, 525, 560, 
584. 

POLE SCREENS MFRS.— 265,350, 401, 505. 
POLE TIP MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
PORTABLE P'ORGES— See Machinery and 

Tool lAIfr?. 
POWER BLOWERS.- See Machinery and 

Tool Mfrs. 
POWER HA^LMER MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
POWER SHEAR MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool ]\lfrs. 
PUMICE STONE MFRS.-401. 
PUNCH 3IFRS.-See Machinery and Tool 

Mfrs. 
RAIL AND JOINT MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
REAMER MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool 

Mfrs. 
REIN HOLDER :*IFRS.-See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
Ri:\I MFRS.— See Woodwork Mfrs. 
ROOFl^, SIDES AND PANELS.— See Wood- 
work ;Mfrs. 
ROUGH STUFF MFRS.— 168.— See also 

^Miscellaneous. 
RUBBER CARRIAGE DRILLS & DUCK 

MFRS.— See Rubber Goods Mfrs. 
RUBBER GOODS MFRS.— 122, 168, 265, 

300, 350, 402, 458, 516, 584, 594. 
SAND, MUD AND DUST BAND MFRS.— 

See Hardware Mfrs. 



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SAW FILING MACHINE MFRS.— See 

Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 
SEAT FASTENER MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
SEAT IRONS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
SEAT MFRS.— 108, 168, 243,287, 335, 402,458, 

505. 516. 
SEAT SPRINGS.— See Hardware Mfrs. and 

Sprina: Mfrs. 
SEAT STICKS.— See Woodwork Mfrs. 
SEWING MACHINE MFRS.— See Machin- 
ery and Tool Mfrs. 
SCREW CLAMP MFRS. -See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
SHACKLE BOLT MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
SHAFT COUPLING MFRS. — 243.— See 

also Hardware Mfrs. 
SHAFT MFRS.— See Woodwork Mfrs. 
SHAFT TIP MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
SHEAR MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool 

Mfrs. 
SHIFTING RAIL AND TOP JOINT 

MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
SHIFTING SEAT IRONS— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
SHIPHERD'S ANTI-RATTLER SHAFT 
COUPLING AND QUICK SHIFTERS.— 
168. 
SILK MFRS.— 265. 
SINGLETREE MFRS.— See Whiffletree 

Mfrs., also Woodwork Mfrs. 
SKEIN MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
SLEIGH BELL MFRS —123, 168, 195, 402. 
SLEIGH DASH SCREEN MFRS.— See Pole 

Screen Mfrs. 
SHIFTING SEAT IRONS.— See Hardware 

:\Ifrs. 
SLEIGH HEATER MFRS.— See Miscellan- 
eous. 
SLEIGH DEALERS.— See Sleigh Mfrs. 
SLEIGH MFRS.— 110, 123, 128, 168, 194, 
211, 221, 235, 243, 265, 287. 300, 321, 323, 
329, 335, 350, 402, 417, 459, 469. 506, 516, 
521, 538, 544, 545, 547. 560, 565, 566, 569, 
584, 586, 594. 
SLEIGH MFRS. MACHINERY.— See Ma- 
chinery and Tool Mfrs. 
SLEIGH PLUME MFRS.— See Trimmings 

Mfrs. 
SLEIGH SHOE MFRS.— 123, 267.— See 

also Hardware Mfrs. 
SPEAKING TUBE MFRS.— See Trimmings 

Mfrs. 
SPOKE EXTRACTOR MFRS.— 123. 
SPOKE LATHE MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
SPOKE MACHINERY MFRS.— See Ma- 
chinery and Tool Mfrs. 
SPOKE MFRS.— See Hub and Spoke Mfrs. 
SPOKE TENONING MACHINE MFRS.— 

See Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 
SPOOL SILK "AND THREAD.— See Silk 

Mfrs. 

SPRING MACHINERY MFRS.— 123, 510. 

SPRING MFRS.— 108. 123, 172, 195, 214, 

221, 236 267, 290, 301, 322, 336. 350, 408, 

461. 510, 516, 563, 566, 585, 594. 

SPRING STEEL MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
STEEL MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
STEEL STAMP MFRS.— 462. 
STEP MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 



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STRAPPING MFRS.— See Tritnming Mfrs. 
STREET CAR MFRS.— 172, 409. 
STUxMP JOINT MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
SUN SHADE MFRS.— 462. 
TACK, LINING NAILS. ETC., MFRS 

—172. 244, 267. 322. 409. 462, 510. 
TAP AND DIE MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
THILL COUPLING MFRS— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
THILL SPRING MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
THREAD MFRS.— 108. 172, 268, 322, 351, 

409, 462, 510. 
TIRE MFRS— See Hardware Mfrs. 
TIRE BENDER MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 
TIRE BOLT AND RIVET MACrllNERY 

MFRS —See Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 
TIRE SETTER AND COOLER MFRS.— 

See Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 
TIRE SHRINKERS.— See Machinery and 

Tool lilfrs. 
TIRE UPSETTERS AND BENDERS 

MFRS.— See Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 
TOE CALK MFRS.— 269. 
TOE PAD MFRS.— See Trimming Mfrs. 
TOP ADJUSTEh MFRS.— 410 
TOP DRESSING MFRS.— 173, 269, 291, 

351,410. 462. 511, 563, 585. 
TOP IRON MFRS —See Hardware Mfrs. 
TOP PROP MFRS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 
TOP PROP BLOCK MFRS.— See Hard- 
ware Mfrs. 
TOP PROP NUT MFRS.— See Hardware 

Mfrs. 
TOP PROP WASHER MFRS.— See Wash- 
er Mfrs. 
TOP AND CUSHION MFRS.-108, 124. 

173, 195, 214, 236, 244, 269, 291, 322, 329, 

336, 410, 416, 463, 511,;516, 539, 563. 585. 
TRACE OR TUG FASTENING.— See 

Miscellaneous. 
TRANSFER ORNAMENT MFRS.— 173, 

410. 
TRIMMERS.— See Carriage and Wagon 

Makers (Trimmers). 
TRIMMING DEALERS.— See Hardware 

and Supply Dealers. 
TRIMMING MFRS.— 109. 124. 173. 195, 

269, 291, 351, 410, 463, 511, 563. 585, 594. 
TUFT MFRS.— See Trimmings Mfrs. 
TUFTING BUTTON MFRS.— See Tacks, 

Lining Nails, etc., Mfrs. 
TUYERE IRON MFRS.— See Machinery 

and Tool Mfrs. 



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TWIST DRILL MFRS.— See Machinery and 
Tool :\Ifrs. 

VARNISH :\IFRS.— 109, 125, 173. 195. 244, 
269. 291, 322. 351. 411, 463. 511. 585. 594. 

WADDING MFRS. 464— See also Miscella- 
neous. 

WAGON BRAKES.— 97. 173. 322, 563. 

WAGON CASTINGS.— See Hardware Mfrs. 

WAGON COVER MFRS.— 109. 110, 173, 
269, 322, 351. 411.464, 511. 516, 539. 

WAGON MFRS -See Carriage and Wagon 
Makers. 

WAGON SKEIN MFRS.— See Hardware 
.Mfrs. 

WAGON TOP MFRS— See Wagon Cover 
Mfrs.; also Top and Cushion Mfrs. 

WAGON UMBRELLA MFRS —269, 464. 

WAGONETTES.— See (Carriage and Wagon 
Makers. 

WASHERS MFRS.— 125, 128, 174, 269, 411, 
464, 512. 516. 

WELDING DIES.— See Machinery and Tool 
Mfrs. 

WELDING MACHINE MFRS.— See Ma- 
chinery and Tool Mfrs. 

WHEEL MACHINERY jMFRS.— See Ma- 
chinery and Tool Mfrs. 

WHEEL MFRS.— 109, 125, 128, 131. 135, 
174, 196. 214, 226. 236, 244, 270, 291. 322, 
336. 352, 412. 416, 464, 512, 544, 585, 594. 

WHEEL STOCK MFRS.— See Woodwork 
Mfrs. 

WHIFFLETREE MFRS.— 109, 125, 174, 
196. 226.291, 465, 512. 544. 

WHIFFLETREE COUPLINGS MFRS.— 
See Hardware Mfrs. 

WHIFFLETREE SPRING MFRS.— See 
Hardware Mfrs. 

WHIFFLETREE TIP MFRS.— See Hard- 
ware Mfrs. 

WHIP SOCKET MFRS.— 125, 270, 291, 336, 
352, 412, 465. 563. 

WHITE LEAD, RED LEAD, AND LITH- 
ARGE MFRS.— See Coach Color Mfrs. 

WHITNEY'S COUPLING MFRS.— 270. 

WOOD FILLER MFRS.— 174. 

WOODSTOCK MFRS.— See Woodwork 
Mfrs. 

WOODWORK DEILER^.- See Hardware 
and Supply Dealers. 

WOODWORK .MFR3.— 97. 99, 109, 125.128, 
135, 174, 196, 214, 226, 236, 244, 270, 291, 
301, 322, 336, 352, 412, 416, 465, 513, 516, 
525, 539, 544, 547. 563. 585. 594. 

WOODWORKING MACHINERY MFRS. 
— See Machinery and Tool Mfrs. 

WRENCH MFRS.— 270, 291. 336, 413. 






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ANTI-RATTLER MFRS. 

Alexander E. P., Cortland, N. Y., 

Boss Mfg. Co.. 36 Gold, New York City, 

Boston Rubber Co., 9 Otis. Wiuthrop 

Square, Boston, Mass., and 116 La Salle, 

Chicago, 
Concord Axle Co. (Penacook), Concord, 

K H., 
Crandal, Stone & Co., Binghamton, N. 

T., 
Delaney Mfg. Co. (Forest Delaney & Son, 

props.), 39 Vesey, N. Y. City, 
Empire Thill Coupler Co., 254 West 34th, 

New York City, 
Fay, Crisp & Co. , Elyria. Ohio, 
Frost Thill, Spring Co., 109 Kingston, Bos- 

ton ATrss 
Goodrich b!'f. Co. The. Akron. Ohio, 
McGovern Perfection Thill Spring Co., 

South Norwalk. Conn., 
Selle Gear Co., Akron, O., 

ANVILS AND VISES. 

111. Iron & Bolt Co., Carpentersville, 111., 
Smith H. D. & Co., Plantsville, Ct., 

AXLE BOX MFRS. 

Heartley Machine, Variety Iron and Tool 
Works, 431 St. Clair. Toledo, Ohio, 

AXLE BOX PRESS MFRS. 

Heartley Machine, Variety Iron and Tool 
Works, 431 St. Clair, Toledo, Ohio, 

AXLE MFRS. 

Black Spring and Gear Co. The, 29 Eu- 
clid av, Cleveland, Ohio, 

Concord Axle Co.. Concord, N. H., 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, III., 

Rochester Axle Co.. Goodman cor East 
Main, Rochester, N. Y , 

AXLE SET MFRS. 
English & Mersick (Carlton's patent), 70 
to 74 Crown, New Haven, Conn., 

AXLE WASHER MFRS. 

Boss Mfg. Co., 36 Gold, New York City. 
Chicago Rawhide Mfg. Co. The, 75 and 

77 Ohio, Chicago, 111., 
Delaney Mfg. Co. (Forest Delaney & 3on, 

props.), 39 Vesey, N. Y. City. 
Grilley C. T.. 260 Dover. Boston. Mass.. 
McKinuon Dash and Hardware Co . 250 

Amherst, Buffalo, N. Y., 
Syracuse Dash Works, 303 Wa lace, Syr- 
acuse, N. Y., 
Topliff I. N. Mfg. Co., 85 East Prospect, 

Cleveland, Ohio, 
Union Washer Co., 29 Purchase, Boston, 

Mass. , 
Vulcanized Fibre Co., 10th c Walnut, 

Wilmington, Del., and 14 Dey, N. if. 

City. 



70 
389 



261 

334 

70 

68 

396 
79 

60 
94 

52 
83 



56 
118 



49 
49 

449 
334 

55 

69 

120 

389 

56 

68 
49 

70 

73 

445 

260 

68 



AXLE WASHER HOLDER MFRS. 

Boss Mfg. Co., F. E. Boss manager. 36 
Gold, New York City. 389 

BANDAGE (HORSE) MFRS. 

Universal Leather Lacquer Co., Franklin, 
Mass. , 63 

BELLOWS. 

(See Blacksmith' fs Bellows.) 



BLACKSMITHS' BELLOWS MFRS. 

Cincinnati Plow and Bellows Works (A. 

J. Gunter & Co., props.), 614 Main, 

Cincinnati, O., 
Bullock Bellows Co. 130 Columbus, 

Cleveland, O., 



BELTING, 

Chicago Rawhide Mfg. Co. The, 75 and 
77 Ohio, Chicago, 111., 

BENT HOUNDS MFRS. 

Cunningham & Co., Fostoria. Ohio, 
Kimble H. J., Zanesville, Ohio, 



77 
80 

56 



81 
467 



BLACKSMITHS' DRILLS. 

Heartley Machine, Variety Iroo and Tool 

Works, 431 St. Clair, Toledo, O., 49 

111. Iron & Bolt Co., Carpentersville, 111., 56 

Silver Mfg. Co. Salem, O., 456 

BLACKSMITHS' FORGES AND SUP 
PLIES. 

Bullock Bellows Co., 130 Columbus, 
Cleveland. O., 80 

Cincinnati Plow and Bellows Works, A. 
J. Gunter & Co. props., 614 Main, Cin- 
cinnati, O., 77 

Kimbark S. D.. Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111., 55 

Roots P. H. & F. M. Co. The, Conners- 
ville, Ind., 192 

Tiebout C. H. & Sons, Grand st. cor 
Kent av, Brooklyn, N. Y., 73 

BODY MFRS. 

American Gear and Spring Co., 1445 
Niagara. Buffalo, N. Y.. 70 

Bellefoutaine Carriage Body Co. The, 
Bellefontaine, O. . 445 

Birdsall, Waite & Perry Mfg. Co., Whit- 
ney's Point, N. Y., 74 

Capital City Mfg. Co., 301-327 Short, 
Columbus, Ohio, 78 

Dexter Spring Co., 42 Fifth av, Pitts- 
burg, Pa., 510 

Eureka Carriage Co., Rock Falls, 111., 158 

Hampton J. B., 113 South East, ladian- 
apolis, Ind., 57 

Kimbiirk S D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111., and Elkhart, Ind., 55 

Koenig & Bixler Mfg. Co., Freeport. 111., 56 

Laporte Wood Mfg "Co.. La Po:te, Ind.. 57 



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Managhan M., 70 Powow, Amesbury, 

Mass., 63 

Miller A. J. & Co . Bellefontaine, O., 75 
Miller Bros., Market c Hills, Ainesbury, 

Mass., 63 

Miller Carriage Co. The, Bellefontaiue,0., 76 

Mulholland Spring Co., Dunkirk, N. Y., 71 
Parkhurst & Wilkinson, 148 to 164 

Kinzie, Chicago, 111., 165 
Powitzky & Collins, c 3d and Lombard, 

St. Louis, Mo., 319 

Spofford JS". J., Merrimacport, Mass.. 63 
Townsend Charles T., 246 Dixwell av, 

New Haven, Conn., 53 

Waterloo Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Ind., 56 

Wendel Robert A., Mifflinburg, Pa., 86 
Wilson T. H. Carriage Body Mfg. Co. , 

Kalamazoo, Mich., 65 

BODY MFRS. MACHINERY. 

Beutel & Margedant Co. The, Hamilton, 
Ohio, 94 

Eagan Co. The, 200 to 220 West Front, 
Cincinnati, O., 455 

BOILER INSPECTION AND INSUR- 
ANCE. 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and In- 
t surance Co., 218 Main, Hartford, Conn., 54 

BOLT AND NUT MFRS. 

Columbus Bolt Works, 124 Randolph, 
Columbus, O., See inside front cover 

Cowles C. & Co. , cor Water and Chest- 
nut, New Haven, Conn., 52 

111. Iron and Bolt Co., Carpentersville, 
111., 56 

McCabe J. H., St. Louis. Mo., 66 

McKinuon Dash and Hardware Co., 
limited, Buffalo. N. Y., 70 

Port Chester Bolt and Nut Co., Port 
Chester, N. Y., 69 

Shelton Company, Birmingham, Conn., 52 

Welsh & Lea, 110 Reade, New York 
City and 14) Columbus av, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 394 

BOLT AND RIVET CLIPPER MFRS. 

Chambers Bros. Co., 52d and Lancaster 

av, Philadelphia, Pa., front col'd p VII 

Fitch Gear Co., Rome, N. Y., 397 

BOOT MFRS. 

Dash and Carriage Goods Co. The, 132 
to 142 Hunt, Cincmnati, Ohio, 75 

Gold Base Carriage Supply Co., Goshen, 
Ind., 58 

Monarch Improved Buggy Boot and 
Curtain Fastener Co., 456 Plum, Cin- 
cinnati, O., 78 

Pollock & Co., 332 Main, Cincinnati, O., 77 

Queen City Top Mfg. Co., 18 East 
Second, Cincinnati, O., 76 

Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 to 
141 East Pearl, Cincinnati, O. 450 

BOW MFRS. 

Cunningham & Co., Fostoria, O., 81 

Deinzer L. & Son, 113 to 117 Water, 

Hamilton. O., 80 

EUisF. N. &Co.,GlandorfandOttawa,0., 466 
Frechtling & Morner, Shelbyville, Ind., 58 
Gleason J. A. & Bros. Van Wert, O., 80 



Rastetter Louis, 246 Broaa\vaj% Fun 

Wayne, Ind., 57 

Stoll John, Lancaster Pa., 86 

Toledo Carriage Woodwork Co., Toledo, 

O., 467 

Topliff I. N. Mfg. Co., The, 85 East Pros 

pect. Cleveland, O., 446 

Wheel and Wood Bending Co., 79 .John, 

Bridgeport, Conn., 53 

BOW SOCKET MFRS. 

Cortland Top and Rail Co. limited, 

Cortland, tST. Y.. 72 

Crandal, Stone ifc Co., Binghamton, N.Y. 70 
Topliff I. N. Mfg. Co., Cleveland, O., 446 

BOX STAPLES (To Rivet.) 
tlurlbut Mfg. Co.,Richine Junction, Wis. 87 

BUGGY BOOT MFRS. 

{See Boot Mfrs.) 

BRUSH DEALERS. 

Chicago Wood Finishing Co., 259 and 26i 
Eiston av., Chicago, 111., See foot lines 

Heath & Milligan Mfg. Co., 170 to 174 
Randolph, Chicago, 111., 55 

BRUSH MFRS. 

Devoe F. W. & Co., 101 Fulton, New 
York City, 410 

Thum Charles D., 150 North 3d, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 500 

Woolsey's C. A. Paint and Color Co., 
Jersey City, N. J., 67 

BUTTON MFRS. 

Bridgeport Coach Lace Co. The, 88 John, 



Bridgeport, Conn., 



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Cowles C. & Co., cor. Water and Chest- 
nut, New Haven, Conn., 52 

Crandal, Stone & Co., Binghamton, N. 
Y., 70 

Field A. & Sons, Taunton, Mass., 268 

New Haven Button Co., 698 Chapel, 
New Haven, Conn., 117 

Rochester Coach Lace Co., 333 N St. 
Paul, Rochester, N. Y., 71 

Schaefer & Schlegel, 35 to 39 North St. 
Paul, Rochester, N. Y., 78 

CANOPY TOP IRONS. 

Bellefontaine Carriage Body Co. The, 

Bellefontaine, Ohio, 445 

Miller A.. J. & Co., Bellefontaine, Ohio, 75 
Miller Carriage Co., Bellefontaine, Ohio, 76 
Star Jump Seat Co., Springfield, 0., 80 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKERS. 

Alexander E. P., Cortland, N. Y., 70 

Altick's D. A. Sons, 42 and 44 West 
Orange, Lancaster, Pa., 86 

American Gear & Spring Co. , 1445 Niag- 
ara, Buffalo, N. Y., 70 

American Wheel Co., 319 A, South Bos- 
ton, Boston, front col'd p III 

A.uderson & Co., Port Huron, Mich., 65 

Bailey S. F. & Co., 432 North Queen, 
Lancaster, Pa., 480 

Baxter, Byrne & Ratterman, 235 to 239 
Sycamore, Cincinnati. O., 423 

Bean & Anderson Mfg. Co., McGraw- 
ville. N. Y., 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Blnghamton Wagon Co., Binghamton, 
N. Y., See foot lines 

Bird'all, Waite & Perry Mfg. Co., Whit- 
ney's Point, N. Y., 

Birdsell Mfg. Co., South Bend, Ind., and 
1416 West 11th, Kansas City, Mo., 

Blocher Phaeton Co. The, Lima. O., 

Buffalo Carriage Co.. 1206 to 1240 Broad- 
way, Buffalo, N. Y., 

Bulett Carriage Co., Bel Air, Md., and 
Delta, Pa., 

Capital City Carriage Co., J. M. Scatter- 
da}', prop., Jefferson, Stanton and 
Curtis, Columbus, O. 

Chase Herbert F., 22 Carriage Av., Ames- 
bury, j\Iass., 

Chicago Top and Cushion Co., 188 and 
190 Ohio, Chicago. 111.. 

Christie A. E <K J. H., Nyack, N. Y., 

Clark Edson Chicopee, Mass., 

Clarke Charles B, 2021 Piue, St. Louis, 
Mo., 

Colby Wagon Co.. 236 to 242 South Front, 
Grand Rapids. Mich., 

Cook Carriage Co. The, Spring Grove av 
and Straight, Cincinnati, O., 

Connersville I3uggy Co., Connersville, 
Ind., 

Cortland Wagon Co., Cortland, N. Y., 

opp index to advertisers 

Davis Carriage Co. The, Flint bet Free- 
man and Denman, Cincinnati, O., 

Deere John Plow Co., 13th cor Hickory, 
Station A, Kansas City, Mo., 

Dexter Spring Co. ,425th av,Pittsburg,Pa. , 

Druen B. D., 108 Franklin, New Haven, 
Conn., 

Drummond Robert & Son, 12 Carriage av, 
Amesbury, Mass., 

Enterprise Carriage IMfg. Co. The, c Can- 
al and Sycamore, Cincinnati, C, 

Eureka Carriage Co. The, Rock Falls, 
111., 

Fitch Gear Co., 221 South James, Rome, 
K Y., 

Fostoria Buggy Co., Fostoria, O., 

Globe Cnrriage Co., c Liberty and Wal- 
nut, Cincinnati, 0., 

Gold Base Carriage Supply Co., Goshen, 
Ind., 

& Co. . 142 East, New 
and 634 Broadway New 

Carriage Co., 524 West 



13th, 14th, St. 
Charles. 






Goodrich J. F 

Haven, Conn. 

York City, N 
Great Western 

8th, Cincinnati, O., 
Haydock Bros., Papin, 

Louis, Mo., 
Haydock Daniel W., 10th and St 

St. Louis, Mo., 
Haydock T. T. Carriage Co. The, c Plum 

and 12th, Cincinnati, O., and 8 Union c 

Hudson av, Allmny, N. Y., 
Higganum Mfg. Corporation, Higganum, 

Ct., and 189 and 191 Water, New York 

City, 
Hutton George H. & Co., Harford av, c 

North Central av, Ba timore, Md. 
James & Mayer Buggy Co., Lawrence- 
burg, Ind., 
Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago. 111., 
Kingman & Co., 200 South 8th, St. Louis 

and Kansas City, Mo., 



74 

186 

82 

71 
59 



78 

245 

55 
71 
60 

66 

64 

422 
176 



423 

308 
510 

51 

245 

423 

158 

397 
94 

423 

58 



51 



423 
314 
314 



424 



400 
242 



182 



55 



314 



Park av, Hoboken, 
, 3055-3059 :Monroe, 



67 

79 

57 

59 
424 

62 

314 

66 
94 

75 

63 

424 

60 

425 
65 

182 



Klein Brothers, 21 

N. J., 
Kroh C. Z. it Co 

Toledo, Ohio, 
La Porte Wood Mfg. Co., La Porte, Ind., 
Leonhardt Wagon Mfg. Co. , 418 and 420 

East Saratoga, Baltimore, Md., 
Lippelmann Carriage Co. The, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
Managhan ]\I., 70 Powow, Amesbury, 

Mass., 
Mansur & Tebbetts Implement Co., 515 

and 517 North Main, St. Louis. Mo., 
McCabe, Young & Co., 1213-1223 North 

Broadway. St. Louis, Mo., 
Meyer C. G.„Tiffin, O. 
Miller A. J. & Co., Bellefontaine, Ohio, 
Miller Bros. , Market c Hills, Amesbury, 

Mass. , 
Metcalfe & Mackey Co., John c 2d, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, 
Nash Hiram, East Chester Park c Swett, 

Boston, Mass., 
National Buggy Co., c Baymiller and 

Liberty, Cincinnati, O., 
Newton Carriage Co., Kalamazoo, Mich., 
O'Brien Wagon Co., La Fayette, Ind., 
Olds' Wagon Works, Murray n Calhoun, 

Fort Wayne, Ind., ' front col'd p IV 

Osborne J. H. & Co., Union City, Ind., 193 
Paddock - Hawley Iron Co., 806 to 816 

North Main, St. Louis, Mo., 320 

Parry Mfg. Co.. Indianapolis, Ind., and 

244 North Broad, Philadelphia, Pa., 

front cover 
Payne Martin, 243 1st, Troy, N. Y. , 72 

Powitzky & Collins Cin white), 3d c Lom- 
bard. St. Louis, Mo., 
Pratt D. G., 34 Broad, Boston, Mass., 
Queen City Top Mfg. Co., 18 East 2d, 

Cincinnati, O., 
Richey Harry E., Auburn, Ind., 
Sayers & Scovill, 51 to 61 Colerain 

Cincinnati, O., 
Schlosser Buggy Co., Defiance, O., 
Selle Gear Co., Akron, O., 
Smith E.C., 16 and 18 Lafayette, 

Wayne, Ind., 
Smith & Logan, rear 25 Social, Woon- 

socket, R. I., 
Springfield Buggy Co. The, Springfield, O., 
Stephenson John Co., limited, 47 East 

27th, N. Y. City, 
Sturgis Road Cart Co., Sturgis, Mich., 
Sullivan Bros., Brighton and 65 VVest 

Main, Rochester, N. Y. , 
Toomey Calvin, Lydia av c First, Kansas 

City, Mo., 
Towusend Charles T. (in white), 246 Dix- 

well av, New Haven, Conn., 
Veerkamp V. & Sous, 469 to 473 Walnut, 

Cincinnati. O., 
Woodard & Hey, Sterling, 111., 



av. 



Fort 



319 

348 

76 

58 

419 

84 
83 

58 

86 
440 

376 
65 

50 

309 

53 

426 
56 



CHERRY HEAT WELDING COM- 
POUND. 

Pollock & Co., 322 Main, Cincinnati, O., 77 

CHUCK MFRS. 

Heartlev Machine, Variety Iron and 
Tool Works. 431 St. Clair. Toledo, O., 49 

Mor.se Twist Drill and Machine Co., New 
Bedford. Mass., 61 

Standard Tool Co., Cleveland, O. 427 



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501 



261 
69 

163 

71 



CLOTHS AND LININGS. 

Atlia & Hughes. 127 Sussex av, Newark, 

N. J., and 111 Duane, N. Y. City, 393 

Blabon Geo. W. & Co., 110 Worth, New 

York City, and 9 North 5th, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 
Boston Rubber Co., 9 Otis, Winthrop 

Square. Boston, Mass., and llBLaSalle, 

Chicago, 111., 
Burris Elliott & Co., 58 and 60 Worth, 

N. Y. City, 
Carpenter Geo. B. & Co., 202 to 208 South 

Water, Chicago, 111., 
Cortland Oil Cloth Co , Homer, N. Y., 
Empire Rubber Co., 16 South Stockton, 

Trenton, N. J.. front col'd p V 

Farr & Bailey Mfg. Co., 7th, c Kaighns 

av, Camden, N. J., 346 

Howells H. C. & Co., 519 Broadway, N. 

Y. City, 390 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, 111.. 55 

Knitted Mattress Co., Canton Junction, 

Mass., inside front cover 

Patterson & Greenough, 41 Worth, N. Y. 

City, 390 

Potter Thomas Sons & Co., 35 and 87 

Thomas, N. Y. City, and 552 Arch, 

Philadelphia, 390 

Trenton Oil Cloth Co., Trenton, N. J., 

front col'd p VII 
Van Duyne Charles, 28 Mechanic, Newark, 

N. J.. 847 

Waterloo Woolen Mfg. Co., Patterson & 

Greenough, props, 41 Worth, N. Y. 

City, 390 

COACH COLOR MFRS. 

Buckeye Paint and Varnish Co. The, 715 
to 719 15th, Toledo, O., 82 

Cary Ogden Co. The, 276 to 284 West 
18th c Brown, Chicago, 111., 163 

Chicago Wood Finishing Co., 259 and 261 
Elslon av, Chicago, III., see foot lines 

Coffin, Devoe & Co., 176 Randolph, 
Chicago, 111., 410 

Devoe F. W. & Co., 101 Fulton, New 
York City, 410 

Heath & Milligan Mfg. Co., 170 to 174 
Randolph, Chicago, 111., 55 

Lucas John & Co., 322 to 330 Race, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 463 

Masury John W. & Son, 55 Pearl, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. and 190 and 193 Michigan 
av, Chicago, 111., line over contents page 

Pierce F. O. & Co., 170 Fulton, New 
York City, 

Sherwin-Williams Co. The, 100 Canal, 
Cleveland, O., 

Wilkinson, Hey wood & Clark's English 
Coach Colors, Nyack, N. Y., 

Wood's Henry Sous Co., Boston. Mass., 

Woolsey C. A. Paint and Color Co., 
Jersey City, N. J., 



392 

446 

411 
261 

67 



COACH HINGE MFRS. 

English & Mersick, 70 to 74 Crown, New 
Haven, Conn., 



120 



M. 



COACH LACE MFRS. 

Booth John H., 15 Wooster, New Haven, 
Conn., 52 

Bridgeport Coach Lace Co. The, 88 John, 
Bridgeport, Conn , 117 



Rochester Coach Lace Co., 332 North St. 

Paul, Roche.ster, N. Y., 71 

Schaefer & Schlfgel. 35 to 39 North St. 

Paul. Rochester, N. Y., 73 

Schmid F. J., 538 and 540 East 157th, 

New York City, 392 

COAL CART MFRS, 

Leonhardt Wagon Mfg. Co., 418 and 420 
East Saratoga, Baltimore, Md. , 59 

COTTON DUCK. 

Carpenter George B. & Co.. 202 to 208 
South Water, Chicago, 111., 163 

Humphrys R. A., 1006 Ridge av, Phila 
delphia. Pa., 511 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111., 55 

CURLED HAIR. 

Burkart F. & Co., 701 and 703 North Sec- 
ond, St. Louis, Mo., 319 

Gordon Bros., Headley east of Richmond 
(Bridesburg), Philadelphia, Pa., 500 

Indianapolis Glue Co. The, Indianapolis, 
Ind., 190 

Maish Chas. A. & Co. , 568 and 570 West 
6th, Cincinnati, Ohio, 448 

Mitchell P. R. & Co., 140 and 142 West 
Pearl, Cincinnati, Ohio, 13 Elizabeth, 
N. Y. City, and 126 Franklin, Chicago, 
111.. ' 75 

CURLED HAIR SUBSTITUTE MFRS. 

Knitted Mattress Co., Canton Junction, 
Mass., inside front cover 

CURTAIN FASTENER MFRS. 

English & Mersick, New Haven. Ct., 120 

Metal Stamping Co., 404-408 East 32d, 

New York City, 6-9 

Monarch Improved Buggy Boot and Cur- 
tain Fastener Co., 456 Plum, Cincinnati, 
O., 78 

CUSHION MFRS. 

Chicago Top and Cushion Co., 188 and 

190 Ohio. Chicago, 111., 55 
Cummings & Emerson, 416 South Wash- 
ington, Peoria, III., 56 
Dean Henry E. & Co., Worcester, Mass.. 60 
Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, III., 55 

Kroh C. Z. & Co., Toledo, O., 79 

Meyer C. G., Tiffin, O., 94 

Peerless Buggy Top Co. , 18 East 2d, Cin- ' 

cinnati, O.. 76 
Queen City Top Mfg. Co., 18 East 2d, 

Cincinnati, O., 76 

CUSHION TIRE FOR CARRIAGES. 

^McGovern Cushion Tire Co. The, Nor- 
walk, Conn., 52 

DADO SAW MFRS. 

Fox Machine Co. The, 35 North Front, 
Grand Rapids, Mich., 64 

DASH AND FENDER MFRS. 

Cortland Top and Rail Co., limited, Cort- 
land. N. Y.. 72 

Dash and Carriage Goods Co. The, 134 to 
143 Hunt, Cincinnati, O., 75 

Gold Base Carriage Supply Co., Goshen, 
Ind., 58 



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McKianon Dash and Hardware Co., 250 
Amherst, Buffalo, X. Y.. 70 

Syracuse Dash Works, 303 and 305 Wal- 
lace, Syracuse, N. Y., 73 

DASH MOULDING MFR. 

Elster J. v., Springfield, O., 451 

DASH RAIL MFRS. 

Burch & Collins, 180 West Broad, Colum- 
bus, O.. 80 
Cortland Top & Rail Co., Cortland, N. Y., 72 
Dash and Carriage Goods Co., 134 to 143 

Hunt. Cincinnati, O., 75 

Ferkel F. & Co. , 84 and 86 Western av. , 

Cincinnati, O., 457 

Hartman Bros., 57 Canal. Cincinnati, O., 457 
Morrison & Corcoran, Cincinnati, O., 77 

Post & Co. 181 West 4th, Cincinnati, O., 457 
Smith Joseph N., 14 and 16 Macomb, De- 
troit, Mich., 64 
"Wayne Hardware Co., 272 to 280Coleraine 
av, Cincinnati, O., 75 

DASH AND POLE SCREEN MFRS. 

Titus & Walker, Amesbury, Mass., 62 



DOUBLE-TREE MFRS. 

Gleason J. A. & Bro., Van Wert, O., 
Glick & Hatcher, Tiffin, O., 



80 
467 



DRILL AND DUCK MFRS. (Rubber). 
Boston Rubber Co.. 9 Otis, Winthrop sq., 

Boston, and 116 La Salle, Chicago, 111., 261 
Empire Rubber Co., Trenton, N. J., 

front col'd p V 

DROP FORGINGS AND DIES. 

Amesbury Forging Co., Amesbury, Mass., 61 
Chicago Drop Forge and Foundry Co.. 
Chicago, 111., 55 

DROP REACH FIFTH WHEEL MFRS. 

Chicago Drop Foige and Foundry Co., 
Chicago, 111., 55 

ELASTIC CUSHIONS FOR WHIFFLE- 

TREES. 
Fay, Crisp & Co., Elyria, O., 79 

EMERY AND CORUNDUM WHEELS 
AND MACHINE MFRS. 



EXCELSIOR. 

BurkartF. & Co., 701 and 703 North 

Second, St. Louis, Mo., 319 

Fox J. W., 73 to 89 6th, Grand Rapids, 

Mich., 286 

Maish Charles A. & Co., 568 and 570 

West 6th, Cincinnati, O., 448 

Uetrecht & Tiemann. 1721 and 1723 

North 8th, St. Louis, Mo., 66 

EXPORT AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS. 

Burris Elliott & Co., 58 and 60 Worth, 
N. Y. City, 69 

Gifford John A., 14 Murray and 17 Park 
Place. N. Y. City, 69 

Welsh & Lea, 110 Keade, N. Y. city, 394 



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FACTORY AND WAREROOM 
TRUCKS. 

Towsley John T., 228 and 230 Main, Cin- 
cinnati, O., 

FENDER MFRS. 

{See Bash and Fender Mfrs.) 

FIFTH WHEEL MFRS. 

Black Spring and Gear Co. The, 29 Euclid 
av, Cleveland, Ohio, 449 

Columbus Bolt Works, 124 Randolph, 
Columbus, O., inside front cover 

Dexter Spring Co., 42 Fifth av, Pittsburg 510 

Eberhard Mfg. Co. The, South of Wood- 
land av, Cleveland, Ohio, 456 

McCabe J. H., 1213-1223 North Broad- 
way. St. Louis, Mo., 66 

Page E. R.. 52d and Market, Philadelphia, 
Pa., 85 

Pollock & Co., 322 Main, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, 77 

Queen City Forging Co. The, cor Rail- 
road and Thompson, Cincinnati, Ohio, 448 

Selle Gear Co. The, Akron, O., 83 

Wilcox & Howe, Birmingham. Ct., 53 

Yaryau Fifth Wheel Co. The, Indianap- 
olis, Ind., 191 
FILE MFRS. 

Reynolds Bros.. 133 to i39 North Water, 
Columbus, Ohio, 81 

FILLER MFRS. 

Chicago Wood Finishing Co., 259 and 
261 Elston av, Chicago, 111., See foot lines 

FORGE MFRS. 

{See Portable Forge Mfrs.) 

FORGINGS. 

Amesbury Forging Co., Amesbury, Mass., 61 
Chicago Drop Forge and Foundry Co., 

Chicago. 111., 55 

Clapp E. D. Mfg. Co.. Auburn. N. Y., 395 
Columbus Bolt Works, 124 Randolph, 

Columbus, O., inside front cover 

Cortland Top and Rail Co., limited, 

Cortland. N. Y.. 72 

Lauman E. B. , Columbus, O., 

inside front cover 

Linden Steel Co. limited. 605 Smilhfield, 

Pittsburgh, Pa., 510 

av, Camden, N. J., 346 ' Queen City Forging Co., Station C, Cin- 

Potter Thomas Sons & Co.. 35 Thomas, I cinnati, O , 448 

N. Y., 522 Arch, Philadelphia, 390 ' Smith H. D. & Co., Plantsville. Conn., 118 

Trenton Oil Cloth Co., Trenton, N. J.. Union Hardware Co.. Union. N. Y., 73 

front col'd p VII Wilcox & Howe, Birmingham, Conn., 53 



Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, 111., 
Norton Emery Wheel Co., Worcester, 

ATqcc 

Vitrified Wheel Co., Westfield, Mass.. 



00 

62 
62 



ENAMELED OIL CLOTH MFRS. 

Atha& Hughes, 111 Duioe, N. Y City 
and 127 Sussex av.. Newark, N. J., ' 393 

BlabonGeo. W. &Co.. 110 Worth, N. 
Y. City and 9 North 5th, Philadel- 
phia, Pa.. 501 

Cortland Oil Cloth Co. , Homer, N. Y. , 71 

Farr & Bailey Mfg. Co., 7th c Kaighns 



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FRINGE MFRS. 

Albrecht Charles H. & Co.. 258 Main, 

Cincinnati, O., 453 

Booth John H., 15 Wooster, New Haven, 

Conn., 53 

Rochester Coach Lace Co., 332 North St. 

Paul, Rochester. N. Y., 71 

Schaefer & Schlesel. 35 North St. Paul, 

Rochester. N. Y. , 73 

Schmid F. J., 540 East 157th, New York 

City, 393 

GEAR MFRS. 

American Gear & Spring Co., 1445 Niag- 
ara. Buflfalo, N. Y.. 70 
American Steel Gear Co. The, 381 and 

383 South Erie, Toledo. O., 82 

Atkinson Samuel, G4 East 4th, Cincinnati, 

O., 449 

Bellefontaine Carriage Body Co. The, 

Bellefontaine, O.. " 445 

Birdsall. Waite & Perry Mfg. Co., Whit- 
ney's Point, N. Y., 74 
Black Spring and Gear Co. The, 29 Eu- 
clid av, Cleveland, O.. 449 
Boughton Spring Co. The. Mansfield, O., 462 
Capital City Mfg. Co., 301-327 Short, 

Columbus. O.. 78 

Dexter Spring Co., 42 Fifth av, Pitts- 
burg. Pa., 510 
Druen B, D., 108 Franklin, New Haven, 

Conn.. 51 

Fitch Gear Co., Rome, N. Y., 397 

Globe Carriage Co., Liberty and Walnut, 

Cincinnati, O., 423 

Kimbark S. D.. Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago. III., and Elkhart, Ind., 55 

Koenig & Bixler Mfg. Co., Freeport, 111., 56 
Lamson & Skinner, Toledo. O., 467 

LaPorte Wood Mfg. Co.. LaPorte, Ind., 57 
•Miller A. J. & Co., Bellefontaine. O., 75 

Miller Carriage Co. The, Bellefontaine, 

O., 76 

Mulholland Spring Co., Dunkirk, N. Y., 71 
Parkhurst & Wilkinson, 148 to 164 Kin- 

zie. Chicago, 111., 165 

Parry Mfg. Co., Indianapolis, Ind.. 

front cover 
Powitzky & Collins, c 3d and Lombard, 

St. Louis. Mo., 319 

Selle Gear Co.. Akron. O., 83 

Storm Edward Sprjng Co. limited, Pough- 

■keepsie, N. Y., 74 

Wendel Robert A., Mifflinburg. Pa., 86 

Wilcox & Howe, Birmingham, Conn., 53 

Wood, Brown & Co., Canton, O., 76 

GLASS BENDERS AND BEVELERS. 

Cowles C. & Co., Water c Chestnut, New 
Haven, Conn., 52 

Scott John, 411 Dearborn and 134 Third 
av, Chicago, III., 164 

Vanhorne. Griflfen & Co., 131 to 137 
Franklin, N. Y. City, and 73 Barbara, 
l^ewark, N. J., 395 

GLUE MFRS. 

Indianapolis Glue Co. The, Indianapolis, 
Ind., 190 

GLUE HEATERS. 

Towsley John T., 228 and 230 Main, Cin- 
cinnati, O., 79 



HARDWARE MFRS. 

Albrecht Charles H. & Co., 258 Main, 
Cincinnati. O., 452 

Alexander E. C, Cortland. N. Y., 70 

Amesbury Forging Co., Pleasant, Ames- 
bury. Mass.. 63 

Black Spring and Gear Co. The, 29 Euclid 
av, Cleveland, O., 449 

Borbeiu H. F., 1213 and 1215 Cass av, 
St. Louis. Mo., 66 

Bullock Bellows Co., 130 Columbus. 
Cleveland. O., 80 

Burch & Collins, 180 West Broad, Colum- 
bus, O., 80 

Boughton Spring Co. The Mansfield, O., 462 

Chambers Bros. Co., 52d bel Lancaster 
av, Philadelphia, Pa., front col'd p VII 

Chicago Drop Forge and Foundry Co., 
Chicago, 111.. 55 

Chicago Steel Works. 806 Noble, Chica- 
go, 111., 278 

Cincinnati Plow and Bellows Works, 
614 Main, Cincinnati, O , 77 

Clapp E. D. Mfg. Co., Auburn, N. Y., 395 

Clarke C. B., 2021 Pine, St. Louis, Mo.. 66 

Columbus Bolt Works, 124 Randolph, 
Columbus, and 322 Main, Cincinnati, 
O.. inside front cover 

Concord Axle Co. (Penacook) Concord, 
N. H., . 334 

Cornish A. J., 249 Arch, Philadelphia, 
Pa., 85 

Cortland Top and Rail Co. limited, Cort- 
land, N. Y.. 73 

Cowles C. & Co., cor. Water and Chest- 
nut, New Haven, Conn.. 53 

Crandal, Stone & Co., Binghamton. N. 
Y., 70 

Dash and Carriage Goods Co. The, 134 to 
143 Hunt. Cincinnati, O.. 75 

Delaney Mfg. Co. (Forest Delaney & Son, 
props.). 39 Vesey, N. Y. City, 68 

Dexter Spring Co., 42 Fifth av, Pitts- 



burg, Pa.. 



510 



Eberhard Mfg. Co. The, south of Wood- 
land av. Cleveland, Ohio, 456 
Elster J. v., Springfield, O., 451 
Empire Thill Coupler Co., 254 West 34th, 

N. Y. City, 396 

English & Mersick, 70, 72 and 74 Crown, 

New Haven, Conn., 120 

Farr Willis M., Dowagiac, Mich., 64 

Fay, Crisp & Co., Elyria, O., 79 

Ferkel F. & Co., 84 Western av, Cincin- 
nati, O., 457 
Field A. & Sons, 142 Lake, Chicago, 111., 268 
Fitch Gear Co., 221 So. James, Rome, N. 

Y 397 

Freitag J. F. , 2 La Salle av, Chicago, III. , 55 
Frost Thill Spring Co. (9) 109 Kingston, 

Boston, Mass., 60 

Hartman Bros., 57 Canal, Cincinnati, O., 457 
Hollis Spring Co., Clean, N. Y., 72 

Hurl but Mfg. Co., Racine Junction, Wis., 87 
Hutton G. H. & Co., Harford av, cor 

No. Central av. Baltimore, Md., 242 

Illinois Iron and Bolt Co., Carpenters- 

ville. 111., 56 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, 111., 55 

Lanman E. B., Columbus, O., 

inside front cover 
Linden Steel Co., limited, 605 Smithfield, 



Pittsburg, Pa., 



510 



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Hardware Mfrs. — contiii ued. 

McCabe J. H.. 1213 to 1223 North Broad- 
way, St. Louis, Mo.. 66 

McGovern Cushion Tire Co. The, Nor- 
walk. Coun., 52 

McGovern Perfection Thill Spring Co. 
The, South Norwalk, Conn , 52 

McKinnon Uash and Hardware Co., 250 
Amherst, Buffalo, X. Y.. 70 

Metal Stamping Co., 404 to 408 East 32d, 
N. Y. City, 69 

Morrison & Corcoran, 14 and 16 Gano, 
Cincinnati, O., 77 

Mulholland Spring Co.. Dunkirk, N. Y., 71 

Osborne J. H. & Co.. Union City, Ind., 193 

Page E. R., 52nd and Market, Phila., Pa., 85 

Pollock & Co. (mfrs.' agents), 322 Main 
Cincinnati, O., .77 

Port Chester Bolt and Nut Co., Port- 
Chester, N. Y., 69 

Post & Co., 181 West 4th, Cincinnati, O., 457 

Queen City Forging Co. The, Thompson 
c Railroad, P. O. address Station C, 
Cincinnati, O., 448 

Racine Malleable and Wrought Iron Co. 

The. Racine, Wis.. 87 

.Reynolds Bros., 133 to 139 North Water, 
Columbus, O.. 81 

Roots P. H. & F. M. Co. The, Conners- 
ville, Ind., 192 

Rubber Step Mfg. Co., 43 Haverhill, 
Boston, Mass., 262 

Schollhorn Wm. &Co.,Wooster and Wal- 
lace, New Haven, Conn., 52 

Selle Gear Co. The, Akron, O., 83 

Shelton Company, Birmingham, Conn., 52 



Silver xMfg. Co. The, Salem, Ohio, 



456 



Smith H. D. & Co., Plantsville, Conn., 118 
Smith .Jos. N., 14 Macomb, Detroit, 

Mich., 64 

Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 to 

141 East Pearl, Cincinnati, O., 450 

Star .Jump Seat Co., Springfield, O., 80 

Stillman Top Adjuster Co. The, Hornells- 

viUe, N. Y., 69 

Storm Edward Spring Co. The, 437 to 443 

Main, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 74 

Timken Henry, 904 Olive, St. Louis, Mo., 

front cover 
Titus & Walker. Araesbury, Mass. , 62 



Topliff I. N. Mfg. Co.. Cleveland, O. 



446 



Turner Brass Works, 4 LaSalle av, Chica- 
go, 111., 165 
Union Hardware Co., Union, N. Y., 73 
Vehicle Spring & Mfg. Co., 233 to 237 

Hunt, Cincinnati, O. , 79 

"Wayne Hardware Co., 272 to 280 Cole- 

raine ar, Cincinnati, O, 75 

Welsh & Lea, 110 Reade, N. Y.City. and 

145 Columbia av, Philadelphia), Pa., 394 
White Mfg. Co., 95 Cannon, Bridgeport, 

Conn , 120 

Whitney Coupling Co., Whitinsville, Mass., 61 

Wilcox & Howe, Birmingham, Conn., 53 

Yaryan Fifth Wheel Co., The, Indianapolis, 

Ind., 191 

HARDWARE AND SUPPLY DEAL- 
ERS. 

Albrecht Charles H. & Co., 258 Maiu, 
Cincinnati, O. 452 

Anderson & Co., 312 and 314 Huron av, 
Port Huron, Mich., 65 

Borbein H. F., 1213 Cass av, St. Louis, 66 



Bridgeport Coach Jjace Co., 88 John, 
Bridgeport. Conn. 117 

Ciapp E. D. Mfg.Co The, Auburn.N.Y., 395 

Cortland Top and Rail Co., limited, Cort- 
land, N. Y., 72 

Cowles C. & Co., cor Water and Chestnut, 
New Haven, Conn., 52 

Crandal, Stone & Co., Binghamton, 
N. Y., 70 

Cummings & Emerson, 418 South 
Washington, Peoria, 111., 56 

English & Mersick, 70 to 74 Crown, New 
Haven, Conn. 120 

Gifford John A., 14 Murray and 17 Park 
pi, N. Y. City. 69 

Hollis Spring Co., Olean, N. Y., 72 

Humphrys R. A., 1006 Ridge av, Philadel- 
phia. Pa., 511 

Kent S W., Meriden, Conn., 120 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111., 55 

Leeson J. R. & Co., 240 Franklin, Chi- 



cago, 111. 



268 



Paddock- Hawley Iron Co., 806 North 
Main, St. Louis, Mo., 320 

Parkhurst & Wilkinson, 148 to 164 Kin- 
zie, Chicago, 111., 165 

Pollock & Co., 322 Main, Cincinnati, O., 77 

Shadbolt & Boyd Iron Co. (jobbers), 129 
and 131 West Water, Milwaukee, Wis., 559 

Star Jump Seat Co., Springfield, O., 80 

Smith & Logan, rear 25 Social, Woon- 
socket, R. I. 86 

Stinson John, 328 and 330 North Holli- 
day, Baltimore, Md., 59 

Tiebout C. H. & Sons, Grand cor Kent 
av, Brooklyn, N. Y., 73 

Van Camp Hardware and Iron Co., 78 to 
82 South Illinois, Indianapolis, Ind., 57 

Van Duyne Charles, 28 Mechanic, New- 
ark, N. J., 347 

WeyburnL. A. Co., Rockford, 111.. 172 

Wing Charles & Co., Amesbury, Mass., 263 

Wolff & Co., 586 and 588 Central av, Cin- 
cinnati, O. , 75 

HARDWOOD LUMBER. 

Cummings & Emerson, 418 South Wash- 



ington, Peoria, Hi., 



56 



Frechtling & Morner, Shelbyville, Ind., 58 
Glenwood Mfg. Co., Glenwood, St. 

Croix Co., Wis., 87 

Glick & Hatcher, Titfin, Ohio, 467 

Grand Rapids Veneer Works, North 

Front bet 8th and 10th, Grand Rapids, 

foot lines 
Holbrook Co., Archer av and 23d, Chi- 
cago, 111., 166 
Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, 111., 55 

Parkhurst & Wilkinson, 148 to 164 Kin- 

zie. Chicago, 111., 165 

Shadbolt & Boyd Iron Co., 129 and 131 

West Water, Milwaukee, Wis., 559 

Tennessee Lumber Co. The, 871 to 889 

West 6th, Cincinnati, O., 453 

Tiebout C. H. & Sons, Grand cor Kent 

av, Brooklyn, N. Y., 73 

Weyburn L. A. Co., Rockford, 111., 173 

HARNESS MFRS. 

Hill Jas. R. & Co., Concord, N. 11. , 335 

Johns A. L. & Co., 51 and 53 East Col- 
umbia, Fort Wayne,Ind. , front col'd page VII 



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White Mfg. Co., 95 Cannon, Bridgeport, 
Conn., 



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HEARSE TRIMMING MFRS. 

Horstmanu Bros. & Co., 5th and Cherry, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 511 

HOLLOW AUGERS. 

Bentel «& Margedant Co. The, Hamilton, 
0.. 94 

Defiance Machine Works The, Defiance, 
Ohio. front col'd p IV 

Silver Mfg. Co. The, Salem, O. , 456 

HORSE COLLAR MFRS. 

Smith Henry, 183 Brewery, New Haven, 
Conn., 51 

HORSE SHOE MFRS. 

KentS. W., Meriden, Conn., 120 

HOTEL. 

Palace Hotel, Vine, 6th and College, Cin- 
cinnati, O. 422 

HUB BAND MFRS. 

Burch & Collins, 180 West Broad, Colum- 
bus, O,, 80 
Dash and Carriage Goods Co. The, 134- 

143 Hunt, Cincinnati, Ohio, 75 

English & Mersick, New Haven, Conn., 120 
Farr Willis M. , Dowagiac, Mich. , 64 

Ferkel F. & Co.. 84 Western av. Cincin- 
nati. O.. 457 
Hartman Bros., 57 Canal, Cincinnati, O., 457 
Morrison & Corcoran, 14 and 16 Gano, 

Cincinnati, O., 77 

Pollock & Co., 822 Main. Cincinnati, O., 77 
Post & Co., 181 West 4th, Cincinnati, O., 457 
Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 to 

141 East Pearl, Cincinnati. O., 450 

Turner Brass Works The, 4 LaSalle av, 

Chicago, 111., 165 

Wayne Hardware Co. , 272 to 280 Cole- 
raine av, Cincinnati, O., 75 

HUB BORING MACHINE MFRS. 

Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, O., 

front col'd p IV 
Heartley Machine, Variety Iron and Tool 

Works, 431 St. Clair, Toledo, O., 49 

Silver Mfg. Co. The, Salem, O., 456 

HUB MACHINERY. 

Bentel & Margedant Co. The, Hamilton, 
0., 94 

Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, O., 

front col'd p IV 

Egan Co. The. 200 to 220 West Front, 
Cincinnati, 0-. 455 

Heartley Machine, Variety Iron and Tool 
Works, 431 St. Clair, Toledo, O., 49 

Silver Mfg. Co. The, Salem, O., 456 

HUB AND SPOKE MFRS. 
American Wheel Co., Fort Wayne. Ind., 

front col'd p III 

Cunningham & Co., Fostoria, O., 81 

Frechtling & Morner. Shelby ville, Ind., 58 

Gleason J. A. & Bro., Van Wert, O., 80 
Glen wood Mfg. Co., Glenwood, St. Croix 

::XCo., Wis., 87 

Glick & Hatcher, Tiffin, 0., 467 



Kimbark S. D , Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago. 111., 55 

New Haven Wheel Co., 353 and 355 
York, New Haven, Conn., front col'd p V 

Shapley & Eberly, c Frederick and Simp- 



son, Mechanicsburg, Pa., 



86 



Skinner & Scott, 71 State, Lynn, Mass., 62 
Smith E. P. & Co. Muncie, Ind.. 57 

Stephan J. H. & Son, 119 to 125 Water, 

Hamilton, O.. 454 

Stinson John, 328 and 330 North Holliday, 

Baltimore, Md., 59 

Toledo Carriage Woodwork Co., Water 

from Lagrange to Cedar, Toledo, O.. 467 
Virginia & North Carolina Wheel Co., 

Richmond, Va. 86 

Wallingford Wheel Co., Wallingford, 

Conn., 52 

Wheel and Wood Bending Co., 79 John, 

Bridgeport, Conn., 53 

Wilmington Wheel Co., Wilmington, 

Del.. front col'd p V 

Zwick, Greenwald & Co., limited, 508 to 

518 East 3d, Dayton. O., 50 

JACK MFRS. 

Higganum Mfg. Corporation, Higganum, 
Conn., and 189 and 191 Water, N. Y. 
city, 400 

111. Iron and Bolt Co. Carpentersville. 111. , 56 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, III., 55 

Osborne J. H. & Co., Union City, Ind., 198 

JUMP SEAT IRONS. 

Hutton G. H. & Co. Harford av, c North 

Central av, Baltimore, Md., 242 

Star Jump Seat Co., Springfield, O., 80 

LAMP MFRS. 

Chicago Carriage Lamp Co., 84 to 88 

MarRet. Chicago, 111., 142 

Cowles C. & Co. cor Water and Chestnut, 

NewHaveu, Conn., 52 

English & Mersick, 70, 72 and 74 Crown, 

New Haven, Conn., 120 

Freitag J. F., 2 La Salle av, Chicago, 111., 55 
Morrison & Corcoran, 14 and 16 Gano, 

Cincinnati, O., 77 

Pollock & Co., 822 Main, Cincinnati, O., 77 
White Mfg. Co., 95 Cannon, Bridgeport, 

Conn., 120 

LANDAU HINGE MFRS. 

English & Mersick, 70, 72 and 74 Crown, 
New Haven, Conn., 120 

Schollhorn Wm. & Co., Wooster cor Wal- 
lace, New Haven. Conn., 53 

LAZY BACK AND LAZY BACK IRONS. 

Chicago Drop Forge and Foundry Co., 
Chicago, 111., • 55 

Hutton G. H. & Co., Harford av, c North 
Central av, Baltimore, Md., 242 

Star Jump Seat Co.. Co., Springfield, O., 80 

LEATHER MFRS. (PATENT AND 
ENAMELED). 

Cashion & Flynn, 22 to 28 Chapel, New- 
ark, N. J-, 848 

Essex Leather Co., 24 Carriage av, Ames- 
bury, Mass., 245 

Halsey S. & Son, Newark, N. J., 67 

Harrison C. H. & J. D., Newark, N. J., 348 



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Leather Mfrs — continued. 

Howell T. P. & Co. (N. Y. office 77 Beek- 

man), c New and Wilsey, Newark, 

N. J.. 400 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, 111., 55 

McCormick E. H., 25 to 29 New York 

av. Newark, N. J., 348 

Perry John H., 97 to 105 Colden, Newark, 

N. J.. 348 

Pollock & Co., 322 Main. Cincinnati, O., 77 
Reilly Patrick & Son, Passaic av, Mott 

and Lexington, Newark, N J., 348 

Riordan M. O. & Co., 67 to 79 Oliver, 

Newark, N. J., 67 

Straus Moses, 37 to 51 Vesev, Newark, 

N. J.. ' 349 

Witzel H. P. & Co., 17 to 31 Avenue A., 

Newark, N. J., 349 



LINSEED OIL CRUSHERS. 

O'Brien Varnish Co., South Bend, Ind., 

LOCKS FOR WAGON BRAKES. 

Racine Malleable and Wrought Iron Co. 

The, Racine, Wis., 
Hurlbut Mfg. Co , Racine Junction, Wis. 

LOW WATER ALARM. 

Pox Machine Co. The, 350 North Front, 
Grand Rapids, Mich., 



58 



87 
87 



64 



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MACHINERY AND TOOL MFRS. 

Bentel & Margedant Co. The, Hamilton, 
O., 94 

Brown & Patterson, Marcy av and Hope, 
Brooklyn, N. Y.. 74 

Bullock Bellows Co., 130 Columbus, Cleve- 
land. O., 80 

Burke P. F. 360 Dorchester av, Boston, 
Mass., 269 

Chambers Bros. Co., 52d and Lancaster, 
Philadelphia, Pa., front col'd p VII 

Concord Axle Co. (Penacook), Concord, 
N. H.. 334 

Cincinnati Plow &, Bellows Works. A. J. 
Gunter & Co. props., 614 Main, Cincin- 
nati O., 77 

Cleveland Twist Drill Co. The, c Lake 
and Kirtland, Cleveland, O., 427 

Cordesman Machine Co., Butler opp L. 
M. R. R. depot, Cincinnati, O., 455 

Cummings & Emerson, 416 South Wash- 
ington, Peoria, 111., 56 

Defiance Machine Works The, Defiance, 
O., frontcol'd pIV 

Egan Go. The, 200 to 220 West Front, 
Cincinnati, O., 455 

English & Mersick, 70, 72 and 74 Crown, 
New Haven, Conn., 120 

Fitch Gear Co., Rome, N. Y.. 397 

Fox Machine Co., Grand Rapid, Mich., 64 

Gibbs Emory, foot South 3d, Terre Haute, 
Ind., 57 

Heartley Machine, Variety Iron and Tool 
Works, 431 St. Clair, Toledo, O., 49 

Hurlbut Mfg. Co., Racine, Junction, Wis., 87 

111. Iron& Bolt Co., Carpentersville, 111., 56 

Kent S. W., Meriden, Ct., 120 

Kimbark S. D. , Michigan and Lake, Chi- 
cago, 111., 55 

Long & Allstatter Co. The, Hamilton, O., 84 



Marston J. M. &Co., 62 Lenox, Boston, 
Mass., 60 

Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co., Bed- 
ford c 4th, New Bedford, Mass., 61 

Norton Emery Wheel Co., Worcester, 
Mass., 62 

Reece V. J., Greenfield, Mass., 60 

Rogers C. B. & Co., Norwich, Conn., 94 
Pearl, Boston, Mass., and 109 Liberty 
New Yoi k City. 54 

Roots P. H. & F. M. Co. The, Conners- 
viUe, Ind.. 192 

Schlosser Buggy Co., Defiance, Ohio, 84 

Silver Mfg. Co. The (wood working), 
Salem. O.. 456 

Singer Mfg. Co. (sewing machines), Eliza- 
bethport, N. J., 34 Union sq., N. Y. 
City, and all the principal cities, 4 

Standard Tool Co. The, Garden & C. 
& P. Ry., Cleveland, O., 427 

Stoll John, North Prince, Lancaster, Pa., 86 

Syracuse Twist Drill Co., 936 Grape.Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., 401 

Towsley John T., 228-230 Main, Cincin- 
nati. O., 79 
Wiley & Russell Mfg. Co., Greenfield, 
Mass. , 60 

MALLEABLE IRON MFRS. 

Eberhard Mfg. Co. The, south of Wood- 
land av, Cleveland, O., 456 

MOSS. 

Burkhart F &Co., 701 and 703 North Sec- 
ond, St. Louis, Mo., 319 

Maish Charles A. & Co., 568 and 570 West 
6th, Cincinnati, O., 448 

Mitchell P. R. & Co., 13 Elizabeth, New 
York, 140 and 142 West Pearl, Cincin- 
nati, O., and 126 Franklin, Chicago, 
111., 75 

MOUNTINGS. 

Burch & Collins. 180 West Broad. Colum- 
bus. O.. 80 

Cornish A. J., 249 Arch, Philadelphia, 
Pa., 85 

Cowles C. & Co.. Water c Chestnut, New 
Haven, Conn., 52 

Dash and Carriage Goods Co. The, 134 to 
142 Hunt. Cincinnati, O., 75 

Ferkel F. & Co., 84 Western av, Cincin- 
nati. O., 457 

Hartman Brothers, 57 Canal, Cincinnati, 
O., 457 

Morrison & Corcoran, 14 and 16 Gano, 
Cincinnati, O., 77 

Post & Co., 181 West 4th, Cincinnati, O., 457 

Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 to 
141 East Pearl, Cincinnati, O., 450 

Turner Brass Works, 4 La Salle av, Chi- 
cago, 111., 165 

Wayne Hardware Co., 272 to 280 Coleraine 
av, Cincinnati, O., 7 5 

White ]\Ifg. Co., 99 Cannon, Bridgeport, 
Conn., • 120 

NAME PLATE MFRS. 

Boche L., 166 Randolph, Chicago, 111., 167 
Burch & Collins, 180 West Broad, Col- 
umbus, O., 80 
Childs S. D. & Co., 140 and 142 Monroe, 
Chicago, 111., 167 



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!Name Plate Mfrs. —continued. 

Cornish A. J., 2-49 Arch, Philadelphia, 
Pa., So 

Cowles C. & Co., cor. Water and Chest- 
nut, Xew Haven, Conn., oi 

Dash and Carriage Goods Co. The, 134 to 
142 Hunt, Cincinnati, O.. 75 

Ehrsam M. A. & Co., 175 and 177 South 
Clark, Chicago. 111., 167 

English & Mersick, 70, 72 and 74 Crown. 
New Haven, Conn., 120 

Ferkel F. & Co., 84 Western av, Cincin- 
nati, O., 457 

Hanson C H., 44 Clark, Chicago, 111., 167 

Haskell W. H., 304 North 6th, St. Louis, 
Mo., 321 

Horstmann Bros. & Co. , Fifth and Cher- 
ry, Philadelphia, Pa., 511 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111., 55 

Mayer Geo. J., 15 South Meridian, Indian- 
apolis, Ind., 193 

Moore C. F. & Co., 177 Madison, Chicago, 
111., 167 

Morrison & Corcoran, 14 and 16 Gano, 
Cincinnati, O., 77 

Murdock James Jr., 52 Longwotth, Cin- 
cinnati, O.. 75 

O'Connor James, 141 West 5th, Cincin- 
nHti, O., 75 

Parkhurst & Wilkinson, 148 to 164 Kin- 
zie, Chicago, 111., 165 

Rice Henry, 40 South Main, Dayton, O., 80 

Smith Jos. N., 14 Macomb, Detroit, 
Mich.. 64 

Standard Carriage Goods Co., 137 to 141 
East Pearl, Cincinnati, O., 450 

Titus & Walker, Amesbury, Mass., 62 

Turner Brass Works, 2 and 4 La Salle 
av., Chicago, 111., 165 

Wayne Hardware Co., 272 to 280 Cole- 
raine av., Cincinnati, O., 75 

White Mfg. Co., 95 Cannon, Bridgeport, 
Conn.. 120 

Wilcox W. W., 131 Lake, Chicago, 111., 167 

Zaiser L. T. F., Indianapolis, Ind., 193 

NECK YOKE CENTER MFRS. 

Fleming & Dobyne, 103 South Canal, 

Chicago, 111., 55 

Osboine J. H. & Co., Union City, Ind., 193 

NECK YOKE MFRS. 

Fleming & Dobyne, 103 South Canal, 

Chicago, 111., 55 

Gleason J. A. & Bro.. Van Wert, O., 80 

Glick& Hatcher, Tiffin, O., 467 

Johns A. L. & Co., 51 and 53 East Co- 
lumbia, Fort Wayne, Ind., 

front col'd p VII 
Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, 111., 55 

Osborne J. H. & Co.. Union City, Ind., 193 
Racine Malleable and Wrought Iron Co. 

The. Racine, Wis., 87 

Toledo Carriage Woodwork Co., To- 
ledo, O.. 467 
Virginia & North Carolina Wheel Co., 
Richmond, Va., 86 

OIL COLORS. 

(See Coach Color Mfrx. 



PAINT MFRS. 

Buckeye Paint and Varnish Co. The, To- 
ledo. O., 82 

Cary-Ogden Co. The, 276 to 284 West 
18th, Chicago, 111., 163 

Chicago Wood Finishing Co., 251 to 261 
Elsion av, Chicago, 111., See foot lines 

Coffin, Devoe & Co., 176 Randolph, Chi- 
cago, 111.. 410 

Devoe F. W. ic Co., 101 and 103 Fulton, 
N. Y. City, 410 

Heath & Milligan Mfg. Co. (dealers), 170 
[Randolph, Chicago, 111., 55 

Woolsey C. A. Paint & Color Co., Jersey 
City, N. J., 67 

PATROL WAGON BRASS WORK. 

Turner Brass Works The, 4 La Salle av, 
Chicago, 111.. 165 

PLUME MFRS. 
Eicke Edward, 157 Canal, New York, 69 

POLE MFRS. 

Birdsall, Waite& Perry Mfg. Co., Whit- 
ney's Point, N. Y., 74 
Buff ham & Co., Racine, Wis., 87 
Deinzer L. & Son, 113 to 117 Water, 

Hamilton, O., 80 

Frechtling & Morner, Shelby ville, Ind., 58 

Gleason J. A. & Bro., Van Wert, O., 80 

Click .t Halcher, Tiffin, O.. 467 
Kimbark S. D.. Michigan av and Lake. 

Chicago, 111., 55 

LaPorte Wood Mfg. Co., LaPorte, Ind., 56 

Osborne J. H. & Co., Union City, Ind., 193 

Stephens & Barndt. Coopersburg, Pa., 85 
Toledo Carriage Woodwork Co., Toledo, 

O., 467 

Trupp C. & Co., Tippecanoe City. 467 
Wheel and Wood Bending Co., 79 John, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 53 

PORTABLE FORGES. 

Brown & Patterson, Brooklyn, N. Y., 

Bullock Bellows Co., 130 Columbus, Cleve- 
land, O., 

Cincinnati Plow and Bellows Works, 614 
^lain, Cincinnati, O., 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111., 

Roots P. H. & F. M. Co. The, Conners- 
ville, Ind., 

PUBLICATIONS. 

Amesbury Vehicle The, Boston, Mass., 
Blacksmith and Wheelwright The, 84 and 

86 Reade, N. Y. (Jity, 
Carriage Journal The, Chicago, 111., 
Carriage Monthly The, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Carriage World The, Cincinnati, O., 
Carriage and Harness Retail Dealers' Pro- 
tective Journal, Troy, N. Y., 
Carriage and Wagon Maker The, Chicago, 

111., 
Hand and Text Book of the Carriage and 

Wagon Workers, New York City, 
Hub The, 6 Barclay, New York City, 
Spokesman The, 62 and 64 Longworth, 

Cincinnati, O., 
Varnish, Hunter's Point, N. Y., 
Vehicle Dealer, 294 Broadway. N. Y.. 



74 
80 



55 
192 



91 
92 
88 
89 

90 

88 

93 

89 

90 
91 
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PUMICE STONE MFRS. 

Van AmruigcT.,306 Pearl New York City, 401 

PUNCH AND SHEAR MFRS. 

Gibbs Emory, Terre Ilaute, Ind., 57 
Heartley Machine, Variety Iron and Tool 

Works. 431 St. Clair, Toledo, O., 49 

Long & Allstatter Co.. Hamilton, O., 84 

REAMER MFRS. 

Cleveland Twist Drill Co., c Lake and 
Kirtland, Cleveland. O., 427 

Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co., New 
Bedford. Mass., 61 

Standard Tool Co. The. Garden and C. 
and P. R. R., Cleveland. O., 427 

REIN HOLDER MFRS. 

Albrecht Chas. H. & Co., 358 Main, Cin- 
cinnati, O., 452 

Behrens & Nielson, 220 Walnut, Cincin- 
nati. O.. 78 

Wayne Hardware Co., 372 to 280 Colerain 
av. Cincinnati, O., 75 

RIM MFRS. 

Cunningham »k Co., Fostoria, O., 81 

Deinzer L. & Son, 113 to 117 VVater, 

Hamilton, O., 80 

Fetter & Yeager, Lancaster, Pa., 85 

Stoll John, Lancaster, Pa., 86 

Wallingford Wheel Co. Wallingford.Conn., 52 
Wilmington Hickory Bending Works. J. 
Q. Bryer, prop., foot Tatnall, Wilming- 
ton. Del., 54 
ROOFS, SIDES AND PANELS. 
.Jordan Edward B.. 98 and 100 Eleventh 

av. New York City, 413 

Tennessee Lumber Co. The, 871 to 889 
West 6th, Cincinnati, O., 453 

ROUGH STUFF MFRS. 

Chicago Wood Finishing Co., 259 and 
261 Elston av, Chicago, III., See foot lines 

RUBBER GOODS MFRS. 

Boston Rubber Co., 9 Otis, Winthrop 
Square, Boston. Mass., and 116 La 
Salle, Chicago, III., 261 

Dash and Carriage Goods Co., Cincinnati, O., 75 
Empire Rubber Co., 16 South Stockton, 

Trenton. N. .J., front col'd p V 

Goodrich B. F. Co., Akron. O., 94 

Rubber Step Mfg. Co., 43 Haverhill, Bos- 
ton, Mass., 262 

SAND BAND MFRS. 

Farr Willis M., Dow-agiac, Mich., 64 

SEAT MFRS. 

Birdsall. Waite & Perry Mfg. Co., Whit- 
ney's Point, N. Y., 74 
Capital City Mfg. Co. 301 327 to Short, 

Columbus, O.. 78 

Hutton George H. & Co., Harford av c 

North Central av, Baltimore, Md., 242 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, 111. 55 

Koenig & Bixler Mfg. Co.. Freeport, III., 56 
Star jump Seat Co., Springfield. O.. 80 

Vehicle Spring & Mfg. Co., 233 to 337 

Hunt, Cincinnati, O., 79 

Wendel Robert A., Mifliinburg, Pa., 86 

Wilson T. H. Carriage Body Mfg. Co., 
Kalamazoo, Mich., 65 



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SEAT FASTENER MFRS. 
Borbein H. F., St. Louis, .Mo , 66 

SEAT SPRING MFRS. 

Heartley Machine, Variety Iron and Tool 
Works, 431 St. Clair. Toledo, O., 49 

Henry Spring Co. The, West Winsted. 
Conn.. 53 

Vehicle Spring and Mfg. Co., 333 and 237 
Hunt, Cincinnati, (),. 79 

SEAT IRONS (SHIFTING.) 

Chicago Drop Forge and Foundry Co., 

Chicago. III., ^ 55 

SEWING MACHINE MFRS. 

Singer Mfg. Co., Elizabethport, N. .!., 34 
Union Square, N. Y. and all the princi- 
pal cities. 4 

SHAFT COUPLING MFRS. 

Chicago Drop Forge & Foundry Co., Chi- 
cago, III., 55 

Hutton George H. & Co., Harford av cor 
North Central av, Baltimore. Md., 343 

Whitney Coupling Co., Whitinsville, 
Mass., 61 

SHIFTING RAIL AND TOP JOINT 
MFRS. 

Clapp E. D. Mfg. Co. The, Auburn, N.Y., 395 

Columbus Bolt Works, 134 Randolph, 
Columbus, O., inside front cover 

Cortland Top aad Rail Co., limited, Cort- 
land, N. Y., 73 

Queen City Forging Co., P. O. address 
Station C, c Railroad and Thompson, 
Cincinnati, O., 448 

SHIFTING SEAT IRONS. 

Chicago Drop Forge and Foundry Co., 

Chicago, 111.. 55 

Star Jump Seat Co., Springfield, O., 80 

SINGLE TREE MFRS. 

Glick & Hatclier, Tiffin. O., 467 

Gleason J. A. ct Bro., Van Wert, O., 80 

SLEIGH MFRS. 

Anderson & Co . 313 and 314 Huron av. 
Port Huron, Mich., 65 

Bailey S. E. & Co., 433 North Queen, 
Lancaster, Pa., 480 

Bean& Anderson Mfg. Co., McGrawville, 
N. Y., 73 

Binghamton Wagon Co., Binghamton, 
N. Y., foot lines 

Birdsall, Waite & Perry Mfg. Co., Whit- 
ney's Point, N. Y., 74 

Buffalo Carriage Co., 1236 to 1340 Broad- 
way. Buffalo. N. Y., 71 

Chase Herbert F. , 38 Carriage av, Ames- 
bury, Mass., 345 

Christie A. E. & J. H., Nyack, N. Y., 71 

Clark Edson (Ashleyville), Chicopee. 60 

Colby Wagon Co. The, Fulton cor Front, 
Grand Rapids, Mich., 64 

Cortland Wagon Co., Cortland, N. Y., 6 

Drummond Robt. & Son, 13 Carriage av, 
Amesbury. Mass., 245 

Eureka Carriage Co. The. Roc v Falls,Ill., 158 

Goodrich J. F. & Co.. 142 to 148 East, 
New Haven and 634 Broadway, New 
York City. 51 

Hurlbut Mfu'. Co.. Racine Junction, Wis., 87 

Kimble H. .3., Zanesville, O., 467 



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Sleigh Mfrs. — continued. 

Kingman & Co.. 1206 West lltli, Kansas 

City and 200 South 8th, St. Louis. Mo., 314 
LaPorte Wood Mfg. Co., LaPorte, Ind., 57 
Managhan M., 70 Powow, Amesbury, 

Mass., 62 

Mansur & Tebbetts Imp. Co., 515 and 517 

North Main, St. Louis. Mo., 314 

O'Brien Wagon Co., (bob) LaFayette, 

Ind., 182 

Osborne J. H. & Co.. Union City, Ind., 19:^ 
Payne Martin. 243 First, Troy, N, Y.. 72 

Smith & Logan, rear 25 Social, Woon- 

socket. R. I. 86 

Spofford N. J., Merrimacport, Mass., 63 

Stephens & Barndt, Coopersburg, Pa., 85 
Sullivan Bros., Brighton and 65 West 

Main, Rochester, N. Y., 50 

SLEIGH MFRS. MACHINERY. 

Bentel & Margedant Co. The, Hamilton, 
O., 94 

Egan Co. The, 200 to 220 West Front, 
Cincinnati, O., 455 

SLEIGH PLUME MFRS. 

Eicke Edward, 157 Canal, N. Y. City, 69 

SPOKE EXTRACTOR MFRS. 
Kent S. W., Meriden, Conn., 120 

SPOKE LATHE MFRS. 

Bentel & Margedant Co. The, Hamilton, 
O., 94 

Egan Co. The, 200 to 220 West Front, 
Cincinnati, O., 455 

Defiance Machine Works The, Defiance, 
O., front col'dp IV 

SPOKE MACHINERY MFRS. 

Bentel & Margedant Co. Tlie, Hamilton, 
O.. 94 

Egan Co. The. 200 to 220 West Front, 
Cincinnati, O., 455 

Defiance Machine Works The, Qefiance, 
O., front col'dp IV 

Silver Mfg. Co. The, Salem, O., 456 

SPOKE TENONING MACHINE MFRS. 

Bentel & Margedant Co. The, Hamilton, 
O., 94 

Defiance Machine "Works The, Defiance, 
O., front col'd p IV 

Silver Mfg. Co., Salem, O., 456 

SPRING MFRS. 

American Gear and Spring Co., 1445 Ni- 
agara. Buifalo, N. Y., 70 

Black Spring and Gear Co., 29 Euclid av, 
Cleveland, O., 449 

Boughton Spring Co. The, Mansfield, O., 462 

Delany Daniel, 83 and 85 Mechanic, New- 
ark, N. J.. 66 

Dexter Spring Co., 42 Fifth av, Pitts 



burgh. Pa., 



510 



Heartley Machine, Variety Iron and Tool 
Works, 431 St. Clair, Toledo, O., 49 

Henry Spring Co. The, West Winsted, 
Conn., 52 

HoUis Spring Co., Clean. N. Y.. 72 

Indianapolis Spring Co. . 6th and Big Four 
R. R. . Indianapolis, Ind., 57 

Klmbark S. D. , Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111., 55 

Lewis & Hampton, 970 Woodward av, De- 
troit, Mich., 84 



McGovern Perfection Thill Spring Co. 

The, South Norwalk, Couu.. 52 

Mulholland Spring Co., Dunkirk, N. Y.. 71 
Parkhurst & Wilkinson, 148 to 164 Kin- 

zie, Chicago, 111., 165 

Pollock & Co. (mfrs.' agents), 322 Main, 

Cincinnati. O.. 77 

Rowland William i.t Harve}', (Frank- 

fia-d), Philadelphia, Pa.. 510 

Spring Perch Co., 114 John, Bridgeport, 

Conn., 122 

Storm Edward Spring Co.. limited, 437 

Main, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 74 

Timken Henry, 904 Olive, St. Louis, 

Mo., front cover 

Vehicle Spring and Mfg. Co , 233 and 237 

Hunt, Cincinnati, O., 79 

SPRING SEAT BAR. 

Lewis & Hampton, 970 Woodward av, De- 
troit, Mich.. 84 
STEEL MFRS. 

Chicago Steel Works, 806 Noble, Chi- 
cago, 111., 278 

STEEL STAMP MFRS. 

Murdock James Jr., 52 to 60 Longworth, 
Cincinnati, O.. 75 

O'Connor James, 141 We.st 5th, Cincin- 
nati. O., 75 

Rice Henry, Dayton, O., 80 

STEP MFRS. 

Racine Malleable and Wrought Iron Co. 
The, Racine, Wis. , 87 

Rubber Step Mfg. Co., 43 Haverhill, Bos- 
ton, Mass., 262 

Smith H. D. & Co., Plantsville, Conn., 118 

Wilcox & Howe, Birmingham, Conn., 53 

STRAPPING MFRS. 

Chicago Rawhide Mfg. Co. The. 75 and 

77 Ohio. Chicago, 111., 56 

Osborne J. H. & Co., Union City, Ind. 193 
Smith Henry, 183 Brewery, New Haven. 

Conn., 51 

STREET CAR MFRS. 

Stephenson John Co. limited. Phoenix 
Building. Chicago, 111., and 47 East 
27lh. N. Y. City, 376 

SUN SHADE MFRS. 

Carriatje Sun Shade Co., Tro}', O., 80 

Kroh C. Z. & Co., 3055 to 3059 Monroe, 
Toledo, O., 79 

TACKS, LINING NAILS, ETC. 

American Tack Co., 72 Portland, Boston 

and Fair Haven. Mass., 267 

Burkart F. & Co. , 701 and 703 North 2d, St. 

Louis, Mo., 319 

Cowles C. it Co., c Water and Chestnut, 

New Haven, Conn., 52 

Crandall, Stone & Co. ,Binghamton,N.Y., 70 
Dash and Carriage Goods Co. The, 134 

and 142 Hunt, Cincinnati, O., 75 

Field A. & Sons, Taunton, Mass., 268 

Metal Stamping Co., 404 and 408 East 

32d, N. Y. City, 69 

New Haven Button Co.. 698 Chapel, New 

Haven, Conn., 117 

Rochester Coach Lace Co. .Rochester.N.Y., 71 
Shelton Co., Birmingham, Conn., 52 

Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 

to 141 East Pearl, Cincinnati, O., 450 






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THREAD MFRS. 

Barbour Bros. Co. The, liead office 218 
Church, N. Y. City. 409 

Dougan John & Co., 364 and 366 Broad- 
way, N. Y. City, 409 

Leeson J. R. & Co., 298 Devonshire, Bos- 
ton, Mass., and 295 Church, N. Y. City, 2(38 

THIIiL POLE COUPLING MFRS. 

Hntton G. H. ctCo., Harford av, c North 
Easton av, Baltimore, Md., 242 

TIRE BENDER MFRS. 

Ens;lish & Mersick, 70 to 74 Crown, New 

Haven, Conn., 120 

111. Iron & Bolt Co., Carpentersville, III., 56 
Wiley & Russell Mfg. Co., Greenfield, 
Mass. , 60 

TIRE MFRS. 

Clarke C. B., 2021 Pine, St. Louis. Mo., 66 
Linden Steel Co., 605 Smilhfield, Pitts- 
burg, Pa.. 510 
TIRE SETTER AND COOLER MFRS. 
Schlosser Buggy Co., Defiance, 0., 84 

TIRE SHRINKER MFRS. 
111. Iron & Bolt Co., Carpentersville, 111., 56 
Weyburn L. A. Co,, Rockford, 111., 172 

TIRE UPSETTER MFRS. 

Heartley Machine, Variety Iron and Tool 
Works, 481 St. Clair, Toledo. O., 49 

Wiley & Russell Mfg. Co., Greenfield, 
Mass., 60 

TOE CALK MFRS. 

Burke P. P., 360 Dorchester av, Boston, 
Mass., 269 

TOP ADJUSTER MFRS. 

Stillmau Top Adjuster Co. The, Hornells- 
ville. N. Y., ■ 69 

TOP DRESSING MFRS. 

Armitage John L. & Co., Thomas & 
Dawson, Newark, N. J., inside front cover 

Lucas John & Co.. 322 to 330 Race, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.. 463 

Universal Leather Lacquer Co., Frank- 
lin, Mass., 63 
TOP PROP MFRS. 

Metal Spinning Co., 404 to 408 32d, New 
York, 69 

Standard Carriage Goods Co., 137 to 141 
East Pearl, Cincinnati, O., 450 

TOP PROP BLOCK MFRS. 

Albrecht Charles H. & Co., 258 Main, 
Cincinnati, O., 452 

Dash and Carriage Goods Co. The, 134 to 
142 Hunt, Cincinnati, O.. 75 

Goodrich B. F. Co. The, Akron. O., 94 

Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 to 

141 East Pearl. Cincinnati, O., 450 

TOP PROP NUT MFRS. 

Albrecht Charles H. & Co., 258 Main, 

Cincinnati, O., 452 

Dash and Carriage Goods Co. The, 134 to 

142 Hunt, Cincinnati, O., 75 
Goodrich B. F. Co. The. Akron, O., 94 
Metal Spinning Co., 404 to 408 32d, New 

York, 69 

Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 to 
141 East Pearl, Cincinnati, O.. 450 



TOP PROP WASHER MFRS. 

Grilley C. T., 260 Dover, Boston, Mass., 49 
Smith Henry (leather covered), 183 Brew- 
ery, New Haven, Conn., 51 
Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 to 
141 East Pearl, Cincinnati, C)., 450 

TOP AND CUSHION MFRS. 

Anderson & Co., Port Huron, 65 

Chicago Top and Cushion Co., 188 and 
190 Ohio, Chicago, HI., 55 

Cortland Top and Rail Co., limited, Cort- 
land, N. Y., 72 

Curamings it Emerson, 416 South Wash- 
ington, Peoria, 111., 56 

Dean Henry E. & Co., 180 Austin, Wor- 
/^pctp'p ATrss 60 

English'* Mersick, 70, 72 and 74 Crown, 
New Haven, Conn., 120 

Gold Base CarriageSupplyCo., Goshen, Ind., 58 

Jordan Edward B., 98 and 100 Eleventh 
av.. N. Y. City, 412 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111., 55 

Kroh C. Z. & Co., 3055 to 3059 Monroe, 
Toledo, O., 79 

LaPorte Wood Mfg. Co.. La Porte, Ind., 57 

Leonhardt Wagon Mfg. Co., 418 and 420 
East Saratoga, Baltimore, Md., 59 

Meyer C. G., Tiffin, O., 94 

Peerless Buggy Top Co., 18 East 2d, 
Cincinnati, O., 76 

Queen City Top Mfg. Co., 18 East 2d, 
Cincinnati, O., 76 

Smith E .C, 16 and 18 Lafayette, Fort 
Waj'^ne, Ind., 58 

Toomey Calvin, c Lvdia av and 1st, Kan- 
sas City, Mo., " 309 

TRANSFER ORNAMENT MFRS. 

Palm Fechteler& Co.. 3 West 13th, New 
York City and 45 La Salle, Chicago, 
111., 69 

TRIMMERS. 

Chicago Top and Cushion Co., 188 to 190 

Ohio, Chicago, 111., 55 

Gold Base CarriageSupplyCo. .Goshen, Ind., 58 
Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, 111, 55 

Kroh C. Z. & Co., 3055 to 3059 Monroe, 

Toledo, O. 79 

Meyer C. G., Tiffin, O., 94 

Queen City Top Mfg. Co., 18 East 2d, 

Cincinnati, O., 76 

Smith E. C, 16 and 18 Lafayette, Fort 

Wayne, Ind., 58 

TRIMMING MFRS. 

Albrecht Charles H. & Co. (dealers and 

mfrs.). 258 Main, Cincinnati. O., 452 

American Tack Co., 349 Main, Cincinnati. O. 67 
Booth J. H, 15 Wooster.Nevv Haven, Conn., 52 
Boston Rubber Co., 9 Otis, Winthrop 

square, Boston, Mass.. 261 

Bridgeport Coach Lace Co. The, 88 John, 

Bridgeport, Conn.. 117 

Capital City Mfg. Co., Columbus, O., 78 

Chicago Top and Cushion Co.. 188 and 

190 Ohio. Chicago. 111., '55 

Cornish A. J., 249Arch.Philadelpliia,Pa., 85 
Cortland Top and Hail Co., limited, Cort- 
land, N. Y., 72 



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Trimimncj Mfrs. — continued. 

Cowl^ C. & Co., Water c Chestnut, New 

Haven, Conn., 52 

Ciaiidal, Stone&Co., Binghamton, N. Y., 70 
Dash and Carriage Goods C'o. The, 134 to 

142 Hunt, Cincinnati, O , 75 

Eicke Edward, 157 Canal. New Yorli City, 69 
English & Mersick, 70, 72 and 74 Crown, 

New Haven. Conn.. 120 

Field A. & Sons, Taunton, Mass., and 

142 Lake, Chicago, 111., 268 

Freitag J. F., 2 La Salle av, Chicago, 



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Gold Base Carriage Supply Co., Goshen, 
Ind., 

Horstniann Bros. & Co., 5th and Cherry, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, III., 

Kroh C. Z. & Co., 3055 to 3059 Monroe, 
Toledo, 0., 

McKinnon Dash and Hardware Co., 250 
Amherst, Buffalo, N. Y., 

Metal Stamping Co., 404 to 408 East32d, 
New York City, 69 

Meyer C. G., Tiffin, 0., 94 

Monarch Improved Buggy Boot and Cur- 
tain Fasteiier Co., 456 Plum, Cincin- 
nati, O.. 78 

Morrison & Corcoran, Cincinnati, ()., 77 

New England Socket Co., Beverly and 
Bostcm, Mass., 61 

New Haven Button Co. , 698 Chapel, New 
Haven, Conn.. 117 

Oelkers John B., 24 and 26 Mechanic, 
Newark, N.J. , 351 

Peerless Bnggy Top Co.. 18 East 2d, Cin- 
cinnati, O., 76 

Pollock & Co.. 322 Main. Cincinnati, O., 77 

Queen City Top Mfg. Co., 18 East 2d, 
Cincinnati, O., 76 

Rochester Coach Lace Co.. 382 North St. 
Paul. Roche.ster, N. \., 71 

Schaei'ei- & Sciilegel, 35 to 39 North St. 
Paul J^)cliester,''N. Y., 73 

Schmidt Frank J., 538 and 540 Eastl57lh, 
N. Y. City. 392 

Smith E. C, 16 and 18 Lafayette, Fort 
Wayne, Ind., 58 

Smith Henry, 183 Brewery, New Haven, 
Conn., 51 

Spring Perch Co., 114 John, Bridgeport, 
Conn., 122 

Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 to 
141 East Pearl, Cincinnati, O., 450 

Syracuse Dash Works, 303 and 305 Wal- 
lace, Syracuse, N. Y., 73 

Titus & Walker, Amesbury, Mass., 62 

Topliff I. N. Mfg. Co., Cleveland. O., 446 

Waterloo Woolen Mfg. Co., Waterloo, 
N. Y.. 390 

Wayne Hardware Co., 272 to 280 Cole- 
raine av, Cincinnati, O., 75 

White Mfg. Co., 95 Cannon, Bridgeport, 
Conn., 120 

Wing Charles & Co., (dealers), Amesbury, 
Mass., 263 

TUYERE IRONS MFRS. 

Bullock Bellows Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 80 

Cincinnati Plow & Bellows Works, 614 

Main, Cincinnati, Ohio, 77 

Roots P. H. &F. M. Co., Connersville, 

Ind., 192 



TUFT MFRS. 

Booih John H., 15 Wooster, New Haven, 

Conn., 52 

Bridgeport Coach Lace Co. The, 88 John, 

Bridgeport, Conn., 117 

Cowles C. & Co., c Water and Chestnut, 

New Haven, Conn., 52 

Rochester Coach Lace Co. The, 332 

North St. Paul, Rochester, N. Y., 71 

Schmid F. J., 538 and 540 E 157th, N. Y. 

City, 392 

Schaefer & Schlegel, 35 to 39 North St. 

Paul, Rochester, N. Y., 73 

TWIST DRILIi MFRS. 

Cleveland Twist Drill Co., c Lake and 

Kirtland, Cleveland, O., 427 

Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co., New 

Bedford, Mass., 61 

Standard Tool Co. The, Garden and C. & 

P. Ry., Cleveland, O,, 427 

Syracuse Twist Drill Co., 936 Grape, Syia- 

cuse, N. Y., 401 

VARNISH MFRS. 

Armitage John L. & Co.. Thomas and 
Dawson, Newark, N- J., 

inside front cover 

Bnbcock John & Co., 104 Water, Boston, 
Mass., 247 

Brooks Clarence & Co., West and West 
12th. N. Y. City, back cover 

Buckeye Paint and Varni-sh Co., 715 to 
719 15th, Toledo, O., 82 

Chicago Varnish Co., 204 Pine, Chicago, 
and Pearl and High, Boston, front cover 

Cleveland Varnish Co. The, 14 Rockland 
av, Cleveland, O., 463 

Coffin, Devoe&Co., 176 Randolph, Chi- 
cago, 111., 410 

DeGolyer Watts Co. The, 377 to 391 Illi- 
nois, Chicago, 111., back cover 

Devoe F W. & Co.. 213 to 219 N. J. K. 
'(. av iuid 101 Fulton. N. Y. City, 410 

Gillespie Charles H. & Sons, 74 Cort- 
landt. New York City. 68 

Heath & Milligan Mfg. Co. (dealers), 170 
to 174 Randolph, Chicago, 111., 55 

Lucas John & Co., Gibbsboro, N. J. and 
322 to 330 Race, Philadelphia, 
Pa., 463 

Masury John W. & Son, 55 Pearl, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., and 190 and 192 Michigan 
av, Cnicago, 111., line on contents page 

Minett & Co., 60 Pearl, N. Y. City, 16 
North 12th, Philadelphia, Pa., and Pas- 
saic, N. J., 85 

National Varnish Co. The, 195 Saltonstall 
av, New Haven, Conn., 124 

New Haven Japan and Varnish Co., foot 
of Kimberly av. New Haven, Conn., 52 

O'Brien Varnish Co., South Bend, Ind., 58 

Parrott Varnish Co., 187 North Washing- 
ton av, Bridgeport, Conn., 519 and 521 
St. Charles, St. Louis, Mo., 53 

Pierce F. O. & Co., 170 Fulton, New 
York City, 392 

Wellpott C. H. W., 3220 and 3222 North 
Broadway, St. Louis, Mo., 322 

Wilkinson, Heywood & Clark's English 
Varnish, 17 Park pi. New York City, 411 

Wood's Henry Sons Co., 434 to 440 Atlan- 
tic av, Boston, Mass., 261 

Zumpft Albert, Pittsburg, Pa., 85 



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WADDING MFRS. 

Stearns & Foster Co. The, Ciinal ii Main, 
Cincinnati, O., 425 

WAGON BRAKE MFRS. 

p]uri3ka Carria.-re Co. Tlie, Rock Falls. 111., 158 
MurlhutMfg. Co., Racine Junction, Wis.. 87 
Racine Malleable and Wrought Iron Co. 
The, Racine. Wis., 87 

WAGON CASTINGS. 
Hurl but Mfg. Co., Racine Junction, Wis., 87 

WAGON COVER MFRS. 

(.\irpenter George B. it Co., 203 to 208 

South Water, Chicago. 111., 168 

HumphrysR.A.,1006Ridgeav,Phila.,Pa., 511 
Kimhark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111., 55 

WAGON SKEIN MFRS. 

Illinois Iron and Bolt Co., Caroenters- 
ville, 111., 56 

WAGON TOP MFRS. 

Leouhardt Wagon Mfg. Co., 418 and 420 
East Saratoga, BaltiuKjre, Md., 59 

WAGON UMBRELLA MFRS. 

Carriage Sunshade Co., Troy, O., 80 

WAGONETTES. 

Altick's D. A. Sons. Lancaster, Pa., 86 

Cook Carriage Co. The. Spring Grove av 
and Straight, Cincinnati, O., 422 

WASHER MFRS. 

Boss Mfg. Co. F. E. Boss manager, 36 

Gold. New York City, 389 

Chicago Rawhide Mfg. Co. The, 75 and 



77 Ohio, Chicago, 111., 



56 



Columbus Bolt Works, 124 Randolph, 

Columbus, O., inside front cover 

Crandal, Stone & Co., Blnghamton, N.Y. 70 
Delauey Mfg. Co. (Forest Delaney & 

Son, props). 39 Vesey, New York City. 68 
Grilley C. T. 260 Dover. Boston, Mass., 49 
Lanman E. B., Columbus. O., inside front cover 
McKinnon Dash and Hardware Co., 250 

Amherst. Buffalo. N. Y., 70 

Shelton Co., Birmingham. Conn., 52 

Smith Henry, 183 Brewery, New Haven, 

Conn., 51 

Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 to 

141 East Peavl, Cincinniti. O., 450 

Syracuse Dash Works, 303 Wallace, Syra- 
cuse. N. Y.. 73 
Topliff I. X. Mfg. Co., Cleveland. O., 446 
Union Washer Co., 29 Purchase, [Boston, 260 
Vulcanized Fibre Co.. 14 Dey. New York 
City, and 10th c Walnut, Wilmington, 
Dei., 68 
WELDING DIES. 

Burke P. F., 360 Dorchester av, Boston, 
Mass., 269 

WELDING MACHINE MFRS. 

Hartley ]\Iachine Variety Iron and Tool 
Works, 431 St. Clair. Toledo, 0. 49 

WHEEL MFRS. 

American AVheel Co.. rooms 316 and 319 
Home Insurance Building, Chicago., 
III., front col'dp III 

Archibald Wheel Co., Lawrence, Mas.s., 62 



Chapinville Wheel Works,Chapinville,N.Y., 71 
Clarke C. B., 2021 Pine, St. Louis. Mo.. 66 
New Haven Wheel Co., 353 and 355 York, 

New Haven. Conn., front col'd p V 

Pier.son Isaac M.. Toughkenamon. Pa.. 86 
Portsmouth Wheel Co., Portsmouth, O., 464 
Royer Wheel Co. The. 342 West 3d, Cin- 
cinnati. O., front col'd p V 
Schad Wheel Co., Avoca. N. Y., 73 
Shapley & Eberly, c Frederick and Simp- 
son, Mechanicsburg, Pa., 86 
Skinner & Scott, Lynn, Mass., 62 
Smith Capital City Wheel Co. The, Co- 
lumbus. O.. 81 
Tiebout C. H. & Sons. Grand c Kent av, 

Brooklyn, N. Y.. 73 

Virginia and North Carolina Wheel Co., 

Richmond, Va., 86 

Wallingford Wheel Co., Wallingford, 

Conn., 52 

Wheel and Wood Bending Co., 79 John, 

Bridgeport, Conn., 53 

Wilmington Wheel Co., Wilmington, Del., 

front col'd p V 
Zwick, Greenwald it Co., limited, 508 to 
518 East 3d, Dayton, O., 50 

WHEEL MACHINERY MFRS. 
Bentel&Margedant Co.. The, Hamilton, O., 94 
Defiance Machine Works. Defiance, O., 

front col'd p IV 
Egan Co. The, 200 to 220 West Front, Cin- 
^cinnati, O.. 455 

WHEEL STOCK MFRS. 

Gleason J. A. & Bro.. Van Wert. O., 80 

Virginia and North Carolina Wheel Co., 

Richmond, Va.. 86 

Zwick. Greenwald & Co., 508 to 518 East 

3d, Dayton, O., 50 

WHIFFLETREE MFRS. 

Osborne J. H. & Co.. Union City, Ind., 193 
Virginia and North Carolina Wheel Co., 
Richmond, Va., 86 

WHIP SOCKET MFRS. 

Albrecht Chas. H. & Co., 258 Main, Cin- 
cinnati. O., 452 

Metal Slampine: Co., 404 to 408 East 32d, 
New York Ciiy. 69 

New England Socket Co., Beverly and 
Boston, Mass., 61 

Racine Malleable & Wrought Iron Co., 
The, Raciue. Wis. 87 

Standard Carriage Goods Co. The, 137 
to 141 East Pearl, Cincinnati, O., 450 

WHITE LEAD, RED LEAD AND 
LITHARGE MFRS. 

Buckeye Paint and Varnish Co. The, 

Toledo. O., 82 

WHITNEY'S COUPLING MFRS. 

Whitney Coupling Co., Whitinsville.Mass., 61 

WOOD FILLING. 

Chicago Wood Finishing Co.. 259 and 
261 Elston av, Chicago, III., see foot lines 

WOODSTOCK MFRS. 

Kimbark S. D., .Michigan av and Lake, 
Chicago, 111.. 55 



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WOODWORK MFRS. 

American Gear and Spring Co., 1445 

Niafifara. Buffalo. N. Y., 70 

American Wlieel Co., rms 316 to 319 
Home Insurance Building, Chicago, 
111., front col'd p III 

Archibald Wheel Co., Lawrence, Mass., 62 
Bellefontaine Carriage Body Co. The, 

Bellefontaine, O., 445 

Birdsall, Waite & Perry Mfg. Co., Whit- 
ney's Point, N. Y., 74 
Buffham&Co., Racine. Wis., 87 
Capital City Mfg. Co., 301 to 327 Short, 

Columbus, O., 78 

Chapinville Wheel Works, Chapinville, 

N. Y., 71 

Clarke C. B., 2021 Pine, St. Louis, Mo., 66 
Cummin gs & Emerson, 416 South Wash- 
ington, Peoria, 56 
Cunningham & Co., Fostoria, O., 81 
Dexter Spring Co., Pittsburg, Pa., 510 
Deinzer L. & Son, 113 to 117 Water, 

Hamilton, O., 80 

Ellis F. JST. Co., Glandorf and Ottawa, 

O., 466 

Fetter & Yeager, Lancaster, Pa.. 85 

Fleming & Dobyne, 103 South Canal, 

Chicago, 111., 55 

Frechtling & Morner. Shelbvville, lud., 58 
Gleason J. A. & Bro., Van Wert. O., 80 

Glenwood Mfg. Co., Glenwood, St. Croix 

Co.. Wis., 87 

Glick & Hatcher, Tiffin. O., 467 

Grand Rapids Veneer Works, North Front 
bet 8th and 10th, Grand Rapids, 
Mich., foot lines 

Hampton J. B.,112 South East, Indian- 
apolis. Ind., 57 
Jordan Edward B.. 98 and 100 Eleventh 

av. New York City. 412 

Kimble H. J.. Zanesville. O., 467 

Kimbark S. D., Michigan av and Lake, 

Chicago, 111. and Elkhart, Ind.. 55 

Koenig & Bixler Mfg. Co., Freeport, 111. 56 
Lamson & Skinner, IBroadway at Wabash 

crossing. Toledo, O., 467 

LaPorte Wood Mfg. Co.. LaPorte, Ind., o6 
Managhan M. , 7 Powow, Amesbury, 

Mass 62 

Miller A. J. & Co., Bellefontaine, O.. 75 

Miller Bros., Market c Hills, Amesbury, 

Mass., 63 

Miller Carriage Co. The, Bellefontaine, O. 76 
Mulholland Spring Co., Dunkirk. N. Y., 71 
New^ Haven Wheel Co., 353 and 855 York. 

New Haven. Conn., front col'd p V 

Olds Wagon Works, Fort Wayne, Ind., 

front col'd p IV 
Osborne J. H. & Co., Union City, Ind.. 193 
Parkhurst & Wilkinson, 148 to 164 Kin- 

zie, Chicago, 111.. 165 

Pierson Isaac M., Toughkenamon, Pa., 86 
Portsmouth Wheel Co., Portsmouth, O., 464 
Powitzkv & Collins, c Third and Lom- 
bard, St. Louis, Mo., 819 
Racine Malleable and Wrought Iron Co. 

The. Racine. Wis.. 87 

Rastetter Louis, 246 Broadway, Fort 

Wayne, Ind., 57 

Royer Wheel Co The, 342 West 3d, Cin- 
cinnati. O., front col'd p V 






Schnd Wheel Co.. Avoca. N. Y.. 73 
Shapley & Eberly, c Frederick and Simp- 
son, Mechanicsburg, Pa., 86 
Skinner & Pcott. Lynn, Mass., 62 
Smith Capital City Wheel Co. The, Co- 
lumbus, O., 81 
Smith E. P. & Co., Muiicie, Ind., 57 
Spofford N. J., Merrimacport, Mass., 63 
StephanJ. H. & Son, Hamilton, O . 454 
Stephens & Barndt, Coopersburg. Pa., 85 
Stinson John. 328 and 330 North Holli- 

day, Baltimore, Md., 59 

Stoll John, Lancaster, Pa., 86 
Tiebout C. H. & Sons, 31 Grand and 243 

to 247 Kent av, Brooklyn. N. Y., 73 
Toledo Carriage Woodwork Co., Water 

from Lagrange to Cedar, Toledo, O., 467 

Topliff I. N. Mfg. Co., Cleveland, O.. 446 
Townsend C. T., 246 Dixwell av. New 

Haven, Conn., 53 

Trupp C. 6z Co., Tippecanoe City, O., 467 
Virginia and North Carolina Wheel Co.. 

Richmond, Va.. 86 

Walhngford Wheel Co.. Wallingford, Ct., 52 

Waterloo Mfg. Co. The, Waterloo, Ind., 56 

Wendel Robert A., Mifflinburg, Pa., 86 
Wheel and Wood Bending Co. , 79 John, 

Bridgeport, Conn., 53 
Wilmington Hickory Bending Works, 

Tatnal bel Railroad, Wilmington. Del., 54 
Wilmington Wheel Co., Wilmington. 

Del., front col'd p V 
Wilson T. H. Carriage Body Mfg. Co., 

Kalamazoo, Mich., 65 

Wood, Brown & Co., Canton, Ohio, 76 
Zwick. Greeuwald & Co., limited. 508 to 

518 East 8d, Dayton, O., 50 

WOODWORKING MACHINERY 
MFRS. 

Bentel & Margedant Co. The. Hamilton, 
O.. 94 

Cordesman Machine Co., Butler opp L. 
M. R. R. depot, Cincinnati, O.. 455 

Defiance Machine Works, The, Defiance, 
O., front col'd p IV 

Egan Co. The, 200 to 220 West Front, Cin- 
cinnati. O.. 455 

Fox Machine Co. The, 35U North Front, 
Grand Rapids, Mich , 64 

Rogers C. B. & Co., Norwich. Conn., 94 
Pearl, Boston, Mass., and 109 Liberty, 
N. Y. City. 56 

Silver Mfg. Co. The, Salem, O., 46 

Towsley John T., 228-280 Main, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, 79 

WRENCH MFRS. 

Delanev Mfg. Co. (Forest Delaney& Son, 

props.). 39 Vesey, New York City, 68 

Osborne J. H. & Co., Union City, tnd.. 193 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Chicago Steel Works, 806 Noble, Chicago, 
111., 278 

Chicago Wood Finishing Co., 259 and 261 
Elston av, Chicago, III. See foot lines. 

Heath & Milligan Mfg. Co., 170-174 Ran- 
dolph. Chicago, 111.. 55 

Turner Brass Works The, 2 and 4 La Salle 
av. Chicago, III., 165 



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The Carriage Builders' National Association of the United States 
convened in its eighteenth annual convention, Tuesday, October 14, 
1890, at Battery D armory, Chicago, Illinois. 

A large attendance greeted President John A. Scott, who occupied 
the chair and called the convention to order with a short address, in 
which he extended a cordial welcome to the members in behalf of the 
Garden City of the West, pre-eminently one of conventions, because 
there have met the most learned and shrewdest statesmen of every 
party. 

The president urged every member to feel a personal responsibility 
of attending all the sessions, and taking part in the deliberations, 
freely discussing the reports, without regard to whether they were large 
manufacturers or small. "The Carriage-Builders of the United States," 
he continued, " are like the vStates of the Union — though our interests 
are varied, yet we have one common interest, and we must either stand 
or fall together ; for when it is dull with my brother in Illinois it is dull 
with my brother in Ohio, and when it is dull with my brothers in New 
York it is the same in Maine and in California. There is the same 
cause and effect everywhere. 

" Then, gentlemen, we should also have a little pride of occupation. 
We should feel willing to make some sacrifice that we may put our 
trade in the front rank of mechanical pursuits. Though some man 
may say : ' What is the profit ? ' I stand here this morning to say that 
the profit which has accrued to the carriage trade in this country 
through the committee appointed on classification of carriage freight 
alone has paid back to you every dollar that you ever paid into this 
Association." 

The past year in Mr. Scott's opinion has been a prosperous one, 
and the trade is in a healthy condition, with fewer failures than in any 
other class of business of the same magnitude. After brief reference 
to the Technical School, I'resiclcnt Scott declared the c()n\cntion open 
for business. 



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TREASURER S REPORT. 

Henry C. McLear, of Wilmington, Delaware, then presented his 
annual report as Treasurer, which showed that the total income for the 
year had been $4,398 ; the expenditure $4,312.53, and the balance on 
hand $1,920.67. 

secretary's report. 

Mr. McLear, who is also Secretary, presented a report showing 
that from Oct. 8, 1889, until Oct. 8, 1890, there were received into the 
Association 47 active and 42 associate members, and during the same 
period lost by death, resignation and by the bar of initiation, 20 active, 
18 associate and i honorary member, making the present membership of 
the Association 291 active, 319 associate and 42 honorary members — a 
net gain of 50, which makes the entire membership 652. 

report of the executive cojnimittee. 

The report of the Executive Committee, consisting of Frank H. 
Hooker, New Haven, Conn. ; W. T. Haydock, St. Louis ; M. F. Lane, 
Philadelphia; C. F. Kimball, Chicago ; C. M. Britton, New York ; G. H. 
Burrows, Cincinnati ; F. A. Babcock, Amesbury, Mass.; and Hugh Duffy, 
Cortland, New York, was next presented by Secretary McLear and 
received with applause. The committee again called attention to the 
fact that the aggregate number of wheeled vehicles produced in the 
United States during the year had been large beyond precedent in 
response to an unusually great demand, but the profits were not at all 
proportionate, which emphasized the previously recognized fact that 
the profit margin in carriage and wagon building is luuch less 
under the most favorable circumstances than in most other branches of 
manufacture requiring proportionate capital, labor and risk. Competi- 
tion should beware lest the profit margin be reduced below a level of 
sound business policy, especially as over 400 new factories have been 
built the past year, several of them being of mammoth proportions, 
while at least twice that number of old works have increased their 
plants. Among the favorable conditions of the past year's business 
may be mentioned the small number of bankruptcies and fires, the 
absence of strikes and increasing foreign demands for American car- 
riages and materials. 

The present high price exacted by labor was not considered an 
unfavorable symptom by the committee, but a natural result of general 
activity and consequent demand for workmen. Brief reference was 
made in the report to the exhibition of carriage novelties, the Techni- 
cal School, workmen's prizes and trade journals. It was recommended 
that a committee of five be appointed to be known as the " Committee 
of the Carriage Builders' National Association on the World's Col- 
umbian Exhibition," with power to confer with the Directors of the 
Exhibition and act. 



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The Convention was iiroed to carefully consider a classification of 
carriage exhibits for the World's Fair and all other matters pertaining 
to the exhibition, in order that the present superiority of American 
vehicles may be prominently asserted at the great exhibition. 

Appropriate mention was made of members who died during the 
year, as follows : — H. R. Hildebrand, November 14, 1889, aged 34 years. 
\y. Warren, January 15, 1890, aged 67 years. W. H. Walker, A-ugust n, 
1890, aged ^^ years ; actives. E. Million, of Paris, France, honorary. 
Theodore R. Davis, January 15, 1890. aged 50 years. J. Gallery, April, 
1889. aged 56 years. William Schollhorn, June 4, 1890, aged 56 years. 
Jas. B. ^Slandeville, June 10, 1890, aged 42 years. Alfred E. Moore, July 
15, 1890, aged 32 years. F. A. Sawyer, December 23, 1889, aged 44 years ; 
associate. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE OX CARRIAGE FREIGHT CLASSIFIC ATIOX. 

Before presenting the report of this important committee. Chairman 
A. A. Abbott explained that the committee originated in 1889 on account 
of the raising of freight rates on carriages by 72 western railroads, to 
the extent of ;^^^ i per cent. Upon adjournment of the Convention in Syra- 
ciise the committee proceeded to New York, as requested, and presented 
your petition to Mr. Gill, the Chairman of the official Classification Com- 
mittee of the Central Traffic Association, asking for a reduction of the 
classification on sleighs from four times first class to two and one-half 
times first class, which was granted. The committee then held a confer- 
ence with Chairman (lill in regard to carriages, and submitted sample 
packages of different styles of crating, together with arguments against 
any change of classification that would advance rates. Your committee 
also interviewed the different members of the official classification com- 
mittee located in New York, Boston, Cincinnati and Chicago, the result 
of which has been that no action has been taken, changing the classifica- 
tion on vehicles, of any importance. There is no doubt but the united 
action of this Association and the appointment of a committee to look 
after our interests prevented the railroad companies from advancing 
rates that would have been very injurious to the carriage trade. 

It is expected that there will soon be a classification for the entire 
United States and, remarking upon the report, Mr. Biirrows said very 
humorously : " What has been done is very considerable, but what they 
have prevented the railroads from doing to our harm is much more than 
you can realize. If any of you ever tried to get at the inwardness of a 
railroad freight committee you will have learned something about the 
greatness of humanity when it is once possessed of brief authority. 
There is no bigger man than a commissioner of the railroad freight 
department. The president of the United States has very limited power 
compared to him. To reach them even in the city of Chicago, you pass 
through an experience in which you air yourself for a long time in an 
ante-room before you arc humbly allowed at last to come in and perhaps 
verbally make your statement, when they look you all over and pass you 
on. But this committee had grit enough to get up to them. Having a 
Chicao-o man at their head thcv qot there. You will observe how sue- 



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cessful they have been in the sleigh department. They helped the poor 
sleigh men out who were waiting for snow, and there are a good inany 
sleighs scattered throughout the country which the people who bought 
them would be glad to get rid of " 

M ISC ELLA N EOU S REPORTS. 

Chairman Breed of the Committee on Oil Fuel reported that the 
insurance companies prohibit the use of oil in the more crowded parts of 
our cities and villages when there is not space enough to put storage 
tanks under ground and one hundred feet from any building. The price 
of oil for fuel has fluctuated the past year forty-five one-hundredths of a 
cent per gallon. The saving in one carriage concern last year by the use 
of oil as fuel varied from 64 to g;^}^ cents an hour according to the 
month, it being the smallest in March and greatest in October. 

FIRE LOSSES. 

The committee on fire losses presented the following interesting 
statistics : Total number of fires in carriage, wagon and sleigh factories, 
95 in 1889, as compared with 130 in 1888 and an annual average of 77 
during the past nine years. 

The total losses, as far as recorded, aggregated ^^899. 506 as compared 
with $1,816,000 in 1888, and also as compared with $505,000 in 1887, 
$782,000 in 1886, $632,000 in 1885, $462,000 in 1884, and $400,000 in 1883. 
On this loss there was a total insurance of about $650,000 at an average 
rate of 2 and -A per cent, as compared with 2^2 per cent, last year. 

There were 8 cases of undoubted incendiarism, 6 of spontaneous 
combustion, 1 1 from exposure, and the remainder from causes unknown. 

The chair appointed the following committee to nominate officers 
for the ensuing year : D. M. Sechler, Moline, 111. ; Hugh Johnson, 
Detroit ; S. H. Clark, Cincinnati ; Joseph Colyer, Newark ; and Ferd F. 
French, Boston, and the first day's session was adjovirned. 



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SECOND DAY. 



Proceedings of the second day were opened with a report of the 
committee on timber supply, presented by H. G. Shepard, of New 
Haven, the chairman. Very little success has crowned the etiforts to 
save this timber supply from waste by protecting" young trees from 
the axe and increasing the number planted for forestry purposes. It 
is difficult to convince farmers that it is for their interest to plant 
new trees, while heavy virgin forests are sold for $i an acre. The 
farmer prefers to sell his hickory saplings for hoop-poles at five cents 
each rather than keep them for their grandchildren to sell at $^ 
a tree. 

The forestry division of the United States Agricultural Department 
has labored for years to encourage an interest in this subject, but has 
succeeded only in promoting tree planting for purposes of shade and 
ornamentation. The supply of timber, however, for many years to come 
will be ample, and as civilization and progress has never yet been re- 
tarded bv the failure of any earthly product there is no reason to borrow 
trouble. 

The committee is convinced that .Southern oak is not as tough as 
that grown in the East and North. 

In confirmation of this idea repeated experiments and tests of B. E. 
Fernow, Chief of the United States Forestry Division, were appended. 

An interesting discussion followed as to whether weight of tiinber is 
synonymous with strength. The consensus of opinion was that weight 
was not always equivalent to strength in timber, and that springy and 
spongy carriage timber usually withstood the greater strains. 

OTHER REPORTS. 

The Committee on Statistics reported that they had conferred with 
the superintendent of census regarding the schedules used in collecting 
statistics of the carriage industry, and that their suggestions had been 
thankfully received and acted upon by the census department, which had 
promised to furnish the Association tabulated reports of all the informa- 
tion secured, except the reports of individual concerns, which are 
necessarily confidential. 

The Committee on Technical Education reported, through Chairman 
Franklin ^lurphy, that all doubt as to the practical success and useful- 
ness of the school is now removed. The value of technical education to 
those engaged in the production of vehicles is daily more apparent. The 
subscriptions are now ample to meet the wants of the school. Twenty- 
three pupils were awarded certificates during the year, and the corre- 
sponding class numbered 93, bringing the total number who have joined 
the latter class up to October 10, 1890, 576. 

Mr. (Jgden suggested that the usefulness of the technical school 
could be greatly extended by embracing instruction, not only in drawing, 
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but in testing woods and various other branches of a similar nature 
which are now neglected. There are at present no text books on these 
subjects. As the technical school was a free one, many were deterred 
from attending lest they might be considered " charity students." The 
most feasible way to accomplish the desired results was for the Carriage 
Builders Association to establish a technical department in connection 
with some college or institute. The Association should endow the 
college with a sufficient sum to pay the instructors, etc. Many of the 
imiversities would be glad to make such arrangements. Considerable 
discussion ensued, followed by the appointment of a. committee to 
investigate and report. The treasurer of the school fund reported that 
the year's receipts were $3,558.53; disbursements, $1,448.14; leaving a 
balance on hand of $2,110.39. 

Colonel Albert A. Pope, of Boston, presented the report of the 
Committee on Roads in his usual interesting way. He said : 
" What we propose and urgently recommend, is that a fund of at 
least $20,000 be subscribed, to be called for as needed, that a highway 
department be established, and a competent man employed under salary 
to take active charge of the work of this department, subject to the 
approval of the committee, whose duties shall be to do everything that is 
possible to start up public opinion in favor of good roads, to create and 
circulate literature on the subject, to promote advisable legislation, to 
solicit subscriptions from all interested parties for the sake of obtaining 
more mone)' to carry on this work." 

ELECTION OF OFFICERS. 

The nominating committee reported the following list of officers for 
the ensuing year, who were unanimously chosen, the Secretary casting 

the ballot : 

President, Grant H. Burrows, Cincinnati. 

Vice-Presidents, W. C. Bradley, Syracuse ; F. L.Wright, wSt. Louis ; 
E. M. Hallowell, St. Paul ; C. R. Wilson, Detroit ; H. G. Holcomb, New 
Haven ; J. P. Emond, Boston ; William Glesenkamp, Pittsburg ; John 
Colyer, Newark ; P. E. Studebaker, Chicago : G. H. Clark, Cincinnati ; R. 
Muiholland, Dunkirk, N. Y.; F. B. Judkins, Merrimack, Mass.; H. E 
Walton, Gananoque, Canada. 

Secretary and Treasurer, Henry C. McLear, Wilmington. 

Executive Committee, Frank H. Hooker, New Haven ; C. D. Fire- 
stone, Columbus ; W. E. -Biddle, Amesbur)^, Mass. 

School Committee, John D. Gribbon, New York City. 

Messrs. Firestone and vSechler conducted President Elect Btirrows to 
the platform from whence he addressed the convention, after the 
applause had subsided, in brief and appropriate terms. Secretary McLear 
also made a short address of thanks previous to adjournment. 



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THIRD DAY. 






The closing- day of the convention began with discussion of Colonel 
Pope's scheme for improvement of the roads of the country. 

The Exhibition Committee reported that every year there was more 
demand for space in the exhibition hall and that the carriages exhibited 
establish the fact that the Carriage-Builders' Association includes among 
its membership the finest artizans in the world. 

workmen's prizes. 

The committee on prizes reported that there were 34 contestants 
last year as against 16 the previous year. The diploma and $15 was 
awarded to Eugene Ford, Rockford, 111., for the best "buggy draft"; 
the diploma and $35 to E. M. Galli, Rome, N. Y., for the best "Brougham 
draft " ; the same to Edw^ard Brown, New York City, for " Rockaway 
coupe" draft. John Shuster, of New Haven, was awarded first prize for 
painted panels ; A. S. Frizzele, Roanoke, Va., first prize, and Thomas 
Lean, South Bend, Ind., second prize for painted spokes ; Charles H. 
Eberly, Pottstown, Pa., first prize for trimming buggy cushions. The 
$50 first of the Anti-Kalsomine prizes was awarded to George Hogue, 
South Bend, Ind. 

The committee on patent legislation made a lengthy report, which 
included the following : 

"We therefore recommend that a committee be appointed on this 
subject, with power to employ and pay for legal talent experienced in the 
patent law^s, for the purpose of carefully revising the suggestions made 
by the committee and by our correspondents, and putting them in shape 
to bring before Congress at its next session, in the hope of having action 
taken that will to a great extent remedy the existing diflEiculties in the 
way of maintaining patent rights against the sharks and pirates." A 
large number of letters w^ere read in regard to the subject and the 
recommendations of the committee were adopted. 

In regard to allowing the workmen of Canadian members of the 
Association to compete for the prizes, Mr. Burrows said : 

" This reciprocity business is in vogue now\ I will not say that a 
Canadian is better than an American, for I believe in America, but after 
all, Canada is America. I have been over there, and they have a set of 
stay-at-home, nice, every-day, steady-going people, who are not troubled 
by matters outside of the business they have in hand, who take plenty of 
time to think, read and study, and I find a first-class set of workmen over 
there that will stir you up right lively if they get a chance to compete 
here, and it is a pretty good idea to bring them in. A free interchange 
of brains is no danger to anybody." 



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After considerable discussion, the following- resolutions were 
adopted : 

Jiesolveii — That this Association receive the report of the standing Committee on 
Uniform Classification and adopt its recommendations, and that such classification 
become effective Jan. i, 1891, subject to the following conditions ; 

1. That it shall be made effective by the New England Freight Association, the 
Central Traffic Association, the Trunk Line Association, the Southern Railway and 
Steamship Association, the Trans-Missouri Freight Association, and the Mississippi 
Vallev railroad lines on that date. 

2. That the various State Railroad Commissions of the States within the territ(n-y 
of the Western Freight Association approve the classifications and authorize the neces- 
sary changes in rate schedules. 

Resohied — That a copy of this resolution be transmitted by the Chairman of tliis 
Association to the Chairman of the standing Committee on Uniform Classification. 

In behalf of the Carriage World D. W. Miller offered a prize of $50 
for the best line drawing in ink. 

By request of the Association, Lawson Valentine presented an inter- 
estino" paper on "business," which represented his views formed after 
40 years' of experience. 

CINCINNATI. 

Mr. Clark proposed Cincinnati as the next place of meeting. Mr. 
Thorne wanted them 1?d come to Buffalo, the city of hotels and asphalt 
pavements. Mr. Haydock said he was always in the field for St. Louis. 

The invitation of the Cincinnati Carriage Makers' Club to visit that 
city in 1891 was accepted amidst great applause. 

Votes of thanks were passed to the people of Chicago, the Carriage 
Monthly, retiring president, secretary and the i8th annual meeting of 
the Association adjourned, sine die. 



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THE BANQUET. 



The Carriage Builders' banquet have always been erowning' events of 
the meeting's. The surroundings of the i8th annual banquet eontributed 
to make it the grandest affair in the history of the Association. 

Promptly at seven o'clock the members assembled in the magnificent 
auditorium and were whirled up into the tenth story banquet hall by four 
elevators. As the delighted guests finished their skyward flight, they en- 
tered a dazzingly beautiful chamber, luminous with a thousand electric 
lights and beautified with palms and flowers. Covers were laid for 600, and 
all the tables were occupied. The menu card was printed on 5 pages of 
heavy cardboard from engraved steel plates, the first design representing 
Chicago with the Angel of Progress seated on the globe pointing fondly 
towards the Empire City of the West. The post-prandial exercises began 
at 10.30 with prayer by Rev. Dr. M. M. Parkhurst, after which a letter of 
regret was read from Hon. C. P. Kimball, the first president of the 
Association. 

SENATOR 1'ALMHR's SPEECH. 

Hon. Thomas W. Palmer, Chairman of the World's Fair, responded 
to " Our Country." Among other things he said ; 

" As introduced, I suppose it is the fact. I am the president of the 
National Commission of what promises to be " The greatest show on 
earth." We propose to beat Vienna, Paris, London and the Centennial 
combined, if you gentlemen of the wheels will come in and help. You 
represent all parts of the country ; you see every one ; you create public 
opinion. I won't say you have blowed, for you don't look like blowers ; 
but you have an insidious way of injecting the poison so that all of our 
people may be inoculated with the spirit of this great exposition, which 
is greater than a mere exposition of textile fabrics or machinery, or any- 
thing of that kind. It will be an occasion of bringing together all the 
people of this country, of unifying this country as it has never been 
unified before, of making the Floridian and the Louisianian feel as 
friendly toward the man from Lake Superior as the man of Lake Supe- 
rior does toward the man of Illinois ; and I believe that the sentimental 
purpose of that fair is higher than any economical purpose. We will all 
make money ; I don't know as I will. But the majority of the people 
who come here will come with that idea, to educate their children, exhibit 
their fabrics and make money. But that is not the highest purpose of it. 
The highest purpose is to establish a unity of feeling throughout these 
United States that will make us indeed one people, as we never have 
been before." [Applause. J 



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PRESIDENT BURROWS ON CHICAGO. 

Chicago was the next toast, and, of course, Grant H. Burrows was the 
man to respond : 

" When we stand in the presence of God's great works and try to be 
funny, we make wretched failures of it, and when we stand in the 
presence of the great American people and attempt to be witty, I think 
it is about time that we contemplate what one million people stand for 
in this city of Chicago. It has also been customary for the papers and 
the small wits to have a great deal to say about the Chicago ladies. Now, 
in the name of womanhood, I protest against the foolish, wicked jests 
about Chicago women, or any other women. The wives and mothers 
of the men that could build a city like this must have been women be- 
fore whose presence we should bow in admiration and reverence — the 
mothers of great men and great citizens. But when it comes to Chicago 
men ! Now, gentleman, a Chicago man is a very funny man. If it were 
not for the fact that he so absolutely believes in himself, and next to 
himself in his city, and is so deadly in earnest he would be a party to 
joke of ; but, do you know, he means all he says and believes all he says, 
if it is as stupendous a lie as ever was heard ; he believes it so 
thoroughly that he will make you believe it before you have done with 
him. So, in regard to Chicago men, wit almost becomes impertinence, 
because they are, after all, with all their funny earnestness, and with all 
their real earnestness, and with all their magnificent foolishness, they 
are immense. But, gentlemen, I did not intend, shall not try to talk 
about Chicago, its avenues, its grand buildings, its wonderful parks, its 
magnificent developments, its growth and its American people. You 
know when Chicago people talk the}- run at once into astronomical 
figures. But I do want to say one thing of this great and wonderful 
city, the only Ainerican city that is a great city. Did you ever think of 
that ? Did you ever think that of all the great cities of this countr}" this 
is the only American city ? I do not mean it has not a foreign popula- " 
tion. Boston is the city of our Puritan forefathers. New York was 
settled by the Dutch, Philadelphia by the English Quakers, and so on. 
They are all good cities to-day, but they had to go through hundreds of 
years of evolution and revolution before they produced an American 
city, and when that American cit}^ was fully developed, when they 
became truly and thoroughly and absolutely American by birthright and" 
inheritance, they came out to Chicago and planned this great American 
city." 

THE WORLD ON WHEELS. 

Mr. John S. Norton, an eminent jurist, responded to this sentiment 
in a humorous way, as the following paragraph will show : 

" I want to congratulate yoii upon the success of this your Conven- 
tion, I don't know what you have been doing. I have not the slightest 
idea. And if in your conferences you have evolved some plan by which 
you can enrich yourselves still further at the expense of that poor 

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victim, the outsider, I congratulate you. If, on the other hand, you 
have devised some means by which you can relieve the world of some of 
the extortions practiced, I congratulate you also. So it don't make any 
difference which way it is I congratulate you most heartily." 

BEN BUTTERWORTH ON COMING EVENTS. 

In the absence of Hon. George R. Davis, Ex-Congressman Butter- 
worth responded to the toast of " Coming Events," with the eloquence 
that has made him famous. Extracts are as follows : 

" All these things suggest a coming event, which the lofty patriotism 
of my countrymen must meet in a proper way, to solve some of the prob- 
lems which are not so easy of solution as we may imagine. But, gentle- 
men, I have no doubt about the solution of all these questions. Never- 
theless, I believe that as coming events cast their shadows before, there 
is something in the suggestion of my honored friend here on the left, 
Mr. Norton, and I believe this prosperity of our country runs in rickety 
proportions. It is not prosperity, but a highly extravagant and vicious 
taste. It is extravagant wealth and ostentatious display that gives rise 
to unfriendly comment. Wealth is a God given blessing, important to 
every neighborhood, and every people, and every country, but after all, 
it must be wisely used. Your business is gathered now in the great 
centres. Where one thousand men carried on a business 25 years ago, 
when I was a boy, now one man carries on the business. Will the result 
be, after a while, that we will have a few governors and 40,000,000 
pigmies ? Or, will that not be the result ? I hope and believe that you 
will be able to solve these great problems, but as coming events cast their 
shadows before, I submit that the people of this country, during the 
next decade, will have as important questions to deal with, economic, 
social and political, as have visited this country since the organization of 
the ofovernment. I am not mistaken about this, and that we shall be 
able to deal with them I have no doubt. That we ought to deal with 
them wisely is beyond question. 

''' I am only going to say, gentlemen, that I believe great good will 
come from the mammoth exposition we are going to have ; not 
an exposition for our country merely, but all the nations of the 
earth are coming here. The whisperings of forty centuries will 
be heard in Chicago. The ripened thought of four thousand years 
will be spread before you to be studied. The efforts of all the 
centuries that have gone'before will be exhibited here. Each line 
of art, the development in it, and each industry will be spread out 
before our people and tend to enlighten them all. The trouble with us 
is that the great mass of the people are just entering into a fuller under- 
standing, which will enable them to see that many questions can be 
solved by careful study without resorting to the logic of a club." 

Rev. Dr. Parkhurst, of Chicago, responded to the " American 
Apprentice," and Mr. G. L. Thorne, of the Association, to the " Carriage 
and Home," and with three rousing cheers for Chicago, the banquet 
concluded and the happy Carriage Builders parted for the year. 

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GRANT H. BURROWS. 




GRANT H. BURROWS, 

The new president of the National Carriage Builders' Association, is 
essentially and typically an American. Born in New York vState 53 years 
ago, of New England parents, and educated in a Yankee academy, he 
abandoned a college course and embarked in the battle of life at Cin- 
cinnati with a capital of one dollar, lots of brains, and 21 years of life. 
After three months' service as a clerk, he entered business for himself. 
His entrance into the carriage business was in 1879, when he established 
the Standard Wagon Co., which has attained* world-wide fame. He is a 
director and largely interested in several other concerns, whose annual 
aggregate output is over 50,000 vehicles. 

Mr. Burrows is one of the most influential citizens of Cincinnati, and 
has been dubbed the Chauncey M. Depew of the Association, to whose 
interests he has always been devoted. His election is not only a well- 
deserved honor, but a matter of congratulation to the Association. 



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For the Year 1890-91 



rRESIIJENT: 



GRANT H. BURROWS, Ciucinnati, Ohio. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS . 



W. C. BRADLEY, 
F. L. WRIGHT, 
E. M. HALLOWELL, 
C. R. WILSON, . 
H. S. HOLCOMB, 
J. P. EMOND, . 
WM. GLESENKAMP, 



Syracuse, N. Y. 

. St. Louis, Mo. 

. Sl. Paul, Minn. 

Detroit, Mich. 

New Haven, Conn. 

Boston, Mass. 

. Piltsburg-h, Pa. 



JOHN COLYER, 

P. E. STUDEBAKER, 

S. H. CLARK, . 

R. MULHOLLAND, . 

F. B. JUDKINS, 

H. E. WALTON, 



. Newarlv, N. J. 
Cliicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, Oliio. 
. Dunkirk, N. Y. 
Merrimac, Mass. 
Gananoque, Canada 



HENRY C. McLEAR, 



SECRETARY AND TREASURER. 



Wilmington, Del. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: 



ONE YEAR. 



TWO YEARS. 



r LOWE EMERSON, 

\ CHANNING M. BRITTON. 



[hughduffey, 

fM. F. LANE, 
-j W. T. HAYDOCK, 
(.C. F. KIMBALL, 

f FRANK H. HOOKER, . 
THREE YEARS. \ C. D. FIRESTONE, 
[w. E. BIDDLE, 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

New York City 

Cortland, N. Y. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Chicago, 111. 

New Haven, Conn. 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Amesbury, Mass. 









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MEMBERSHIP ROLL — ACTIVE MEMBERS. 



1v^eivi:ber.sm:if floll 



OF THE 



L.arriao'e JDuilders I\ at ion a I Association, 



Individual yume. 

Abbott, A. A., 
Adams, A. W., 
Adams, George. 
Aibrecht, M. L., 
Ames, F. A.. 
Archer, Charles I 
Aubrey, Lee J., 
Babcock, E. O., 
Babcock, F. A., 
Babcock, F. W., 
Babcock, G. H., 
Babcock, W. P., 
Bacon, Francis, 
Bailey, Edwin W. M. 
Bailey, S. E., 
Bailey, S. R., 
Baker, George, 
Bartruff, John R , 
Bazzoni, Lewis J., 
Beck, J. P., 
Bennett, W. F.. 
Bevans, T. R., 
Biehl, George W.. 
Bigham, D. L., 
Black, Peter, 
Blume, William, 
Blydenburgh, C. M 
Bock, Adam, 
Bogle, Elton S., 
Born, E. B., 
Bradley, Waterman (' 
Breed, J. W.. 
Brenz, William P. 
Brewster, Wm., 
Bridges, A. S., 
Briggs, R. E., 
Britton, Channing M 
Britton, Orson, 
Brown, Charles B., 
Brown, George M.. 
Brownell, George L , 
Buchholz, H., 
Burdick, Arnold L. , 
Burns, James, 
Burrows, G. H., 
Byrne, J. F., 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

Firm Name and Address. 

Abbott Buggy Co., 371 Wabash Av, Chicago, 111. 

J. F. Goodrich & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

George Adams & Son, Merrimac, Mass 

Ft. Wayne, Ind. 
. F. A. Ames & Co., Owensboro, Ky. 

Massillon, O. 

Xew Haven, Conn. 

Babcock & Viele Co., Evans ville, Ind. 

F. A. Babcock Co., Amesbur}-, Mass. 

H. H. Babcock Buggy Co., Watertown, N. Y. 

H. H. Babcock Buggy Co., Watertown, N. Y. 

. Rockford, 111. 

Waterloo Wagon Co. limited, Waterloo, N. Y. 

S. R. Bailey & Co., Amesbury, Mass. 

Lancaster, Pa. 

S. R. Bailey & Co., Amesbury, Mass. 

54 Congress Street, Chicago, 111. 

. Belief ont. Pa. 

Newburgh, N. Y. 

Wegst & Beck, East Saginaw, Mich . 

Greenland, N. H. 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Reading, Pa. 

D. L. Bigham & Co., Peoria, 111. 

Cleveland, 0. 

Scranton Buggy and Gear Co., Scranton, Pa. 

Riverhead, L. 1. 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

. Standard Carriage Iron Co., Cincinnati, O. 

Allegan Wagon and Carriage Co., Allegan, Mich. 

Bradley & Co. , Syracuse, N. Y'. 

Cook Carriage Co., Cincinnati, O. 

W. P. Brenz & Co.. 37th and Filbert, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Brewster & Co. , New York City 

Henry Timken, 1916 North, Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. 

Briggs Carriage Co., Amesbury, Mass. 

Brewster & Co. , New York City 

Standard Wagon Co., Albany, N. Y. 

. Brockett & Tuttle Co., New Haven, Conn. 

M. E. Brown & Co., Syracu.'e, N. Y. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Jauesville, Wis. 

. Newport, R. I. 

65 Franklin Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Standard Wagon Co., Eighth Street, Cincinnati, O. 

Enterprise Carriage Co., Cincinnati, O. 



New and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



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Individual I\'ame. 

Bvrne, Jobn W., 
Caffrey, C. S., 
Callanau, Michael J. 
Chapman, J. A., 
Chase, A. S., 
Clapp, D. E., 
Clark, S. H., 
Clarke, C. B., 
Coleman, F., 
Colyer, John, 
Ci>lver, Joseph, 
Cuikliu. E., 
Connolly, Tom, 
Cook, Beiij. C, 
Coouey, M J., 
Cooper, D. P., 
Cooper. William H. 
Ciain, E. C, 
Craiidall, James E. 
Crawley, W. H., 
Creamer, Thos., 
Crotty, M. J., 
Crozier, A. 0., 
Curley, J., 
Curlev. Michael, 
Curtis, Wm. E., 
Custer, Jos N., 
Dalzell, William C, 
Dapson, Thomas, 
Davev, Edward H. 
DeGoXver. G. H., 
Dewhurst, Geoi'ge C, 
Dort. D., . 
Doubleday, John G. 
Doncet, F. A., 
Druramond, Rober' 
Driimmond. Wm. R.. 
Duffy, Hugh, 
Dunham. D. B., 
D.irant, W. C. 
Edwards. H J., 
Eels, J. H., 
Ellis W. G.. 
Embree. James G., 
Emerson, Lowe, 
Emond, J. P., 
Eager, George, 
E'-dmou, Chas , 
Fancher, R. S., 
Fauuce, John H., 
F'ellows, John T., 
Fetzer, James G., 
Firestone, C. D., 
Fisher John W., 
Firch, L. M., 
Fittee, Henry, 
P\3rbes, Forest W'., 
Ford, Eugene, 
Foster, Frank H., 
French, Ferd F., 
French L. M., 
Fry, Samuel T„ 
Fuhrman, N. M., 
Furman. W. C, 
Gates, H. D. . 
Gaumer, A. H., 
Gay, S. G.. . 
Glesenkamp. William, 
Goodrich, Joseph F , 
Grant, E W., 
Graves, L. C, 



Abbott Downing 



Firm Name and Address. 

Baxter, Byrne & Ratterman, Cincinnati, O. 

C. S. Caffrey Carriage Co., Camden, N. J. 

Edward Callanan's Sons, 57 West 44th Street. New York City 

. Northwestern Sleigh Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Sawyer & Chase, Lynn, Mass. 

D. E. Clapp Wagon Co , Auburn, N. Y. 

Easton & Clark, 59 Elm Street, Cincinnati, O. 

2021 Pine Street. St. Louis, Mo. 

Coleman Carriage and Wagon Co., Hion, N. Y. 

J. Colyer & Co., Newark, N. J. 

J. Colyer & Co., Newark, N. J. 

Racine Wagon and Carriage Co., Racine, Wis. 

Dubucjue, Iowa. 

The Eureka Co., Rock Falls, 111. 

M. J. Coonev & Co., Toledo, Ohio 

J. A. & D. P. Cooppr, Coilsville. Ohio 

M. Seward & Son, New Haven, Conn. 

. P. P. Mast & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Providence, R. I. 

. The Louis Cook Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 

The Creamer and Scott Co., Indianapolis, lud. 

Enterprise Carriage Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Standard Buggy Spring Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

242 State Street, Brooklyn, L. I., N. Y. 

1553 Broadway, New York City 

J. Curtis' Sons Co , Cincinnati, O. 

Mansfield Buggy Co., Mansfield, Ohio 

Dalzell Axle Co., South Egremont, Mass. 

Oneida Carriage Works, Oneida, N. Y. 

. Medina, N. Y. 
Sechler & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 
22 Foster St., Worcester, Mass. 
Flint Road Cart Co., Flint, Mich. 
Co., South Fifth Av. and Prince Street, N. Y. City 
Doucet & Winn, Merrimac, Mass. 
R. Drummond & Co., Amesbury, Mass. 
Wm. R. Drummond & Co., Omaha, Neb. 
Cortland W'agon Co., Cortland, N. Y. 
. Rahwav, N. J. 
.Flint Road Cart Co., Flint, Mich. 
Edwards & Sons, 292 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, III. 
. Eels & Mott, Oneida, N. Y. 
W. G. Ellis & Sons, Amesbury, Mass. 
. McClear Co., St. Louis, Mo. 
The Emerson & Fisher Co., Findlay Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 
J. P. & W. H. Emond, 2111 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. 

George Enger & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Sievers & Erdmon, Detroit, Mich. 

Kenyoa Mfg. Co., Baldwinsville. N. Y. 

Geissel & Bavha, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ford & Fellows, Rockford, 111. 

Fetzer Side Bar Spring Co., Columbiana, Ohio 

Columbus Buggj' Co., Columbus, Ohio 

Tlie Emerson & Fisher Co., Findlay Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Rome, N. Y. 

Enterprise Carriage Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 

D. W". Forbes & Son, Westboro, Mass. 

Ford & Fellows, Rockford, 111. 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ferd F. French *fc Co., limited, 14 Sudbury Street, Boston, Mass. 

Plainfield, N. J. 
Bridgewater Carriage Co., Roanoke, Va. 

Columbiana, Ohio 

Furman Carriage Co.. 369 Wabash Av., Chicago, 111. 

H. D. Gates & Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 

E. B. Gaumer & Son, Urbana, O. 

Gav & Son, Ottawa, 111. 

C. West & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 

J. F. Goodrich & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

Chicago, 111. 
L. C. Graves. Springboro. Pa. 



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ACTIVE MEMBEHS. 



Indicidual Name. 

Gray, William H., 
Grier, W. W.. 
Groot, George R., . 
Gunkelman, F. A., 
Gunnison, Charles E., 
Haase, Charles, 
Hall, T. P., 
Hallowell, E. M., . 
Ham, A. P., 
Hauford, W. C , . 
Harper, Joseph D., 
Harrigan, C. , 
Harris, George E., . 
Harvey, S. S., 
Haslup, S. S., 
Haydock, D. W., . 
Haydock, W. T., . 
Hearne, L. E., 
Henney, J. W., 
Hincks, Enoch P., . 
Hitchcock, C. B., . 
Hoffman, George M., 
Holcomb, Geo. F., . 
Holcomb, H. S., . 
Hollar, J. M., 
Holman. T. H., 
Ho(^ker, Frank H., . 
Hotchkin, Alfred J., 
Howard, A , 
Hughson, K. A.. 
Hume, James 
Hunter, Perrin P. . 
Jackson, William H.. 
Jacobs, H. L., 
James, Howard K., 
Johnson, H. D., 
Johnson, Hugh, 
Jolmston, William. 
Jones, J , . 
Jones, W. T., 
Joj'ce, George W., . 
Joyce, R. Edwin, . 
Judkins, F. B., 
Judkin-5, J. B., 
Kendall, Casper, 
Kennedy, J H., 
Kerr, Wm. H., 
Keyes, Seth C, 
Killam, Eliphalet, . 
Killam, Henry, 
Kimball, Charles F., 
Kimball, Wm. F., . 
Kingsbui-y. John, . 
Knoblock, O. M., . 
Lancaster, J. Austin, 
Lane, M. F., 
Lane, M Henry, 
Lane. T. W., 
Lanman, H. A., 
Larkiu, George G. , 
Larabee, H. C., 
Lawrence, James W. , 
Laws, James D., 
Lemley. G. W., 
Leonard, George S. , 
Lewis, H. B. , 
Lewis, W. F., 



L. P. Haslup & Co 



Firm Name and Address. 

. 20 Wooster Street, New York City 
Dexter Spring Co., Hulton, Pa. 
J. W. Gosling, 6th and Sycamore Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Medina Carriage Co., Medina, 0. 

C. E. Gunnison & Co., Merrimac, Mass. 

HcCall & Haase, 1108 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo. 

. T. P. Hall & Co., Rochester, Minn. 

E. H. Hallowell & Co., St. Paul, Minn. 

. Sargent & Ham, 26 Bowker Street, Boston, Mass. 

Hanford Wagon Works, Unadilla, N. Y. 

Christiana, Pa. 

C. Harrigan, Rome, N. Y. 

Lawrenceville, Tioga Co., Pa. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

1420 W. Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. 

Haydock Bros., St. Louis, Mo. 

Haydock Bros., Choteau Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Favorite Carriage Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Henney Buggy Co., Freeport, 111. 

Hincks & Johnson, Bridgeport, Conn. 

C. B. Hitchcock Mfg. Co., P. O. Box 153, Cortland, N. Y. 
Walter Bauer Buggy and Carriage Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Holcomb Bros. Co., New Haven, Conn. 

N. H. Carriage Co., New Haven, Conn. 

J. M. Hollar Wagon Co., Albany, N. Y. 

Holman Patent Gear Co., Newark, Ohio 

Henry Hooker & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

Hotchkin Cari-iage Works, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Gallon, Ohio 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Amesbury, Mass. 

American Carriage Co., Cincinnati, O. 

Matteawan, N. Y. 

S. W. Jacobs' Son, Philadelphia, Pa. 

James & Mayer Buggy Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Studebaker Bros. Mfg. Co., South Bend, Ind. 

. Detroit, Mich. 

71 Hamilton, New Haven, Conn. 

Oskaloosa, Iowa 

Tyson & Jones, Carthage, N. C. 

. 414 14th Street, Washington, D. C. 

A. J. Joyce, 414 14th Street, Washington, D. C. 

J. B. Judkins & Son, Merrimac, Mass. 

J. B. Judkins & Son, Merrimac, Mass. 

McLear & Kendall, Wilmington. Del. 

J. L. Spencer & Co., Oneida, N. Y. 

Rice Carriage Spring Co., Pittston, Pa. 

Keyes & Wilson, 372 Broome Street, New York City 

Cruttenden & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

The Henrv Killam Co., New Haven, Conn. 

C. P. Kimball & Co., 370 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Kimball Bros., Boston, Mass. 
131 Hudson Avenue, Albany. N. Y. 
Miller Knoblock Wagon Co., South Bend, Ind. 
J. A. Lancaster & Co., Merrimac, Mass. 
D. M. Lane's Sons, 1708 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Michigan Buggy Co., Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Amesbury, Mass. 

Columbus, Ohio 

Little & Larkin, Merrimac, Mass. 

Kingman, S. & Larrabee, Binghamton, N. Y. 

P. O. Box 3956. New York City 

D. Laws & Sou, Broad and Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Youngstown Carriage and Wagon Works, Youngstown, 0. 

O. H. Short & Co., Syracuse. N. Y. 

Darby, Pa. 
Mitchell & Lewis Co., Racine, Wis. 



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INGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

BINGHAMTON, N.Y., U.S. A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAGONS. 

New Style this Year. 



WRITK FOR CUTS 

OF OUR LEADERS 

FOR 1891. 



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ACTIVE MEMBERS. 



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Individual Name. 

Line*, Thomas D. , 
Louy. C. W., 
Loiii;'. J.imes, 
Looms, Geo., 
Lowden, VVm. L., 
Lowman, C. E. , 
Manville, Joseph B 
Marsh. R. H.. 
Mason. John L., 
Mayer, L. U. . 
McCall, Lewis, 
McClelhvn. J. T., 
McCurdy, W H., 
McDermott, Frank John 
Mc Parian. J. B., 
Me Far! an. \Vm. B. 
Mo Lear. H. C. 
McMiirrav. T. J., 
Mehriiig/S D., 
Mellinirer. C. K., Phila 
Metcalf. J. L., 
Meyer. A. W., 
Mil burn, James, 
Miles. H E., 
Miller, E. M.. 
Miller. Japthah G. 
Monteith. George, 
Moon, J. W., 
Moore, J. P , 
Morton. J. S , 
Mover, H. A., 
Mulholland, R. 
Nelson, F. W., 
Nice, James E., 
Ogdeu, G. W.. 
Ogden. William W 
O'Neill, Thomas S. 
Osgood, G. W., 
Oyler, Geo. K., 
Page, Samuel K., 
Parkhurst, J. J.. 
Parrv, A. N., 
Parry, D. M., 
Parry, F. D.. 
Parsons. John G., 
Paterson, W. A., 
Pease. S. C, 
Pebbles, Nelson H 
Pell, H. W., 
Pendergast, Jame^ 
Peters, George M. . 
Peters, O. G., 
Pope, Albert A.. 
Pratt, G. B., 
Pratt, W. B., 
Quindry, John. 
Quinlan, M. W.. 
Qninsler, George J 
Ramsey, W. H , 
Randlett, J. H. , 
Rattermau, H., 
Ranch, Charles, 
Rech, W. A.. 
Renwick, J. W.. 
Richter. Chas J.. 
Riddle, H. W., 
Robertson, N., 
Roeller, M.. 
Rogers, B. B.. 
Rogers, Charles J. 
Romig, Wm. B., 



Firm Name and Address. 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Amesbaiy, Mass. 

Long & Silsby, 852 South Pearl, Albany, N. Y. 

Louisville, Ky. 

Lowden & Rutherford, New York Ciiy 

Lowman & Co , Cleveland, Ohio 

B. Manville ct Co., New Haven, Conn. 

Troy Carriage Works, Troy, 0. 

Masou's Carriage Works, 119 E. 4th, Davenport, Iowa 

James & May?r Buggy Co., Cincinnati, 0. 

McCall & Haase, llOa St. Charles Street. St Lou's, Mo. 

J. T. McClellan. Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Favorite Carriage Co., Cincinnati, O. 

McDermott & Bro., 310 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

McFarlan Carriage Co., Connersville. Ind. 

McFarlan Carriage Co., Connersville, Ind. 

McLear & Kendall. Wilmington, Del. 

McMurray cV Fisher. Marion, O. 

Liitlestovvn, Pa. 

Shifting Seat Phaeton Co., 2215 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Metcalf & Maskey Co., Cincinnati, O. 

. International Carriage Co., Buflalo, N. Y. 

Milburn Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Racine Carriage & Wagon Co., Racine, Wis. 

E. M. Miller & Co.. Quincy, 111. 

G. C. Miller's Sons Carriage Co., 19 West 7th Street, Cincinnati, 0. 

. Parker Carriage Goods Co., Cincinnati, O. 

Moon Bros., St. Louis, Mo. 

J. P. Moore & Sou, Fremont, O. 

Ohio Buggy Co., Columbus, O. 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Mulholland Spring Co., Dunkirk, N. Y". 

E. S. Feltch & Co., Amesbury, Mass. 

■ Jersey Shore, Pa. 

G. W. Ogden & Co., 218 Grand Avenue. Milwaukee, Wi-. 

. J. M. Quinbv & Co., Newark, N. J. 

Thomas S. O'Neill & Co.. Allegheny, Pa. 

Amesbury Mass. 

. St. Louis, Mo. 

Henry Hale & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

Parkhurst & W'ilkinson, Chicago, 111. 

Amesbury. Mass. 

Parry Manufacturing Co., Ind'anapolis, Ind. 

. F. D. Parry Co., Amesbury, Mass. 

Buckeye Bugg}' Co.. Columbus, 0. 

W. A. Patterson, Flint, Mich. 

S. C. Pease & Son, Merrimac, Mass. 

Norwalk, O. 

. Pell Gear Co. , Rome, N. Y\ 

60 Wallace Street, New Haven, Conn. 

Columbus Buggy Co., Columbiis, O. 

Columbus Buggy Co. . Columbus. 0. 

Pope Mfg. Co., Boston, Mass. 

Elkhart Carriage Co., Elkhait, Ind. 

Elkhart Buggy and Harness Mfg. Co , Elkhart, Ind. 

Fort Branch, Ind. 

Brookline, Mass. 

Quinsler & Co., 28 Columbia Street, Boston, Mass. 

Helena, Ark. 

Dover, N. H. 

Rattermau & Luth, Cincinnati, O. 

Rauch & Lang. 467 Pearl Street. Cleveland, (>. 

Jacob Rech & Son, 8th Street and Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 

;J9 Wcioster Street, New York City 

Brewster & Co , New York City 

Mertz & Riddle, Ravenna. O. 

Robertson Cai'riage Co., Denver. Col. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

. Lilly Carriage Co., ]\Iemphis. Tenn. 

Wm. D. Rogers' Son & Co., 1009 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lehigh Mfg. Co.. B(4lil.-liein, Pa. 



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Individual Name. 

Rosenfield, Morris, 
Rowell, Jacob A., . 
Russell, Joseph, 
Rutherford, Archibald, 
Sague, Horace, 
Sargent, Edwia H., 
Sawyer, J. A. J., 
Schableiu. Joseph, 
Schelp, Fred.. Jr., 
Schubert, George, 
Scott, John A., 
Scott. J. C , 
Sea brook, Henry C 
Sechler, D. M., 
Sechler. T. M., 
Seiders, John, 
Shaible, Geoige. 
Shetfield, G. N., 
Shelt, Jos.. 
Shepard. H. G., 
Sherman, F. C, 
Shipley, C. W., 
Shiplev, Morris S., 
Short,* 0. H., 
Short OrvilleE., 
Slade, Howai'd, 
Smart, W. W.. 
Smith, A. W.. 
Smith, Chas. N., 
Spare, George E., 
Sparks. Wm. H., 
Stark, Edgar. 
Staver, H. C. . 
Stevens. H. G., 
Stevens, H. G.. 
Stevens, H. W., 
Stewart, Samuel A. 
Stivers R. M., 
Stone, Frank P., 
Strattou. C. H., 
S'udebaker, Clement, 
Studebaker, Geo. M.. 
Stiidebaker, John M., 
Studehaker, P. E. . 
Stiidebaker. Wm. F., 
Sullivan. T. J., 
Suydam. F. D., 
Swasev. Jno., 
Swift." A. E.. 
SvlvesTer, Wm. B. 
Taft, Ro.^coeC, 
Tavlor. C. W., 
Tebbetis. L. B., 
Thomas, Chauncey. 
Thomas, Edward F. 
Ti onias. J. C. . 
Thompson. F. H., 
Thompson Zeuas, 
Thorne. G. L., 
Thorpe, D P., 
Timken, Henry, 
Tine. Henrv. 
Tirrell, C. P.. 
Tisdale. W. B., 
Tonmey, S.. 
Toomev. Calvin, 
Tuttle.' Mi o D.. 



Firm Name and Address. 

Moline Wagon Co.. Moline, 111. 

Charles Rowell & Son Amesbury, Mass. 

39 Larned Street, Spring Hill, Somerville, Mass. 

Lowdon & Rutherford, New York City 

Poughkeepsie. X. Y. 

J. A. Lancaster & Co.. Amesbury, Mass. 

Sawyer & Chase. Lynn, Mass. 

Pottsville, Pa. 

Schelp Wagon and Cai-riage Co., 229 Carr Street, St. Louis. Mo. 

Schubert Bros. & Hoeck, Oneida, N. Y. 
John A. Scott & Son. 42 Warren Street. Boston, Mass. 

Freeport. 111. 

Seabrook & Smith, New Haven. Conn. 

D. M. Sechler Carriage Co.. Moline. 111. 

Sechler iS: Co , 457 George Street. Cincinnati, O. 

Upper Sandusky. O. 
Schenectady, X. Y. 
. Rupp Carriage Co., Plymouth Ind. 
r. S. Buggy and Cart Co., Cincinnati, 0. 
H. G. Shepard & Sons, James c River Street, New Haven, Conn. 

. 0. H. Short & Co.. Syracuse, N. Y. 

. Sechler & Co.. Cincinnati. O. 

Cook Carriage Co.. Cincinnati, O. 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Svracuse N. Y. 

P. O. Box 3038, "Boston, Mass. 

. The Biddle & Smart Co., Amesbury. Mass. 

McKeesport Pa. 

Central Kentucky Carriage Co.. Danville. Ky. 

N. H. Carriage Co. . New Haven, Conn. 

Collings Carriage Co.. Camden, N, J. 

Lipplemau Carriage Co.. Cincinnati, O. 

Staver Mfg. Co , Chicago 111. 

. II. G & H. W. Stevens. Amesbury, Mass. 

H. G. & H W. Stevens. Merrimac, Mass. 

. H. G. & H W. Stevens. Merrimac. Mass. 

A. Stewart & Co., 118 Sudburv, Street. Boston. Mass. 

148 East 31st Street. New York City 

. C. Stone & Sons. Ogden Av., Chicago. HI. 

Salem. 0. 
Studehaker Bros. 
Studebaker Bros. 
Studehaker Bros. 
Studebaker Bros. 
Studebaker Bros. Mfg. 



Mfg. 
Mfg. 
Mfc 
Mfg. 



Co., South Bend, Ind. 

Co., South Bend, Ind. 

Co.. Soutli Bend, Ind. 

Co., South Bend, Ind. 

Co , 153 Waba.sh Av., Chicago. 111. 

Sullivan Bros., Rochester, N. Y. 

. Secretar}' Milburn Wagon Co., Toledo. O. 

Enterprise Carriage Co., Cincinnati, 0. 

Internaiio al Carriage Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Watertown Spring Wagon Co., Watenown, N Y. 

Dalzell Axle Co., South Egremont, Mass. 

Gananoque. Ontario. Can. 

Mansur & Tebbetts Co., St. Louis. Mo. 

C. Thomas & Co., 103 Chestnut Street. Boston, Mass. 

Simmons & Thomas. Youugstown, O. 

C. Thomas & Co., Boston. Mass. 

. Z. Thompson &: Bro., Portland, Me. 

. Portland. Me. 

. International Cai-riage Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. 

Fostoria Buggy Co , Fostoria. 0. 

818 Pine Street. St. Louis, Mo. 

Daubury. Conn. 

Tirrell & Sons, Quiucy. Mass. 

Biughamton Wagon Co.. Binghamton. N. Y. 

S. Toomey & Co., Canal Dover. O. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

The Brockett & Tuttle Co., New Haven, "Conu. 



ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES, PAINTED OR NATURAL WOOD FINISH. 

SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 

BINGHAMTON WAGON CO., BINGHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



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Individual Name. 

Vaughn, J. W., 
Velie, C. D.. 
Waguer, Max, 
Walker. F. G., 
Walker, George, 
Weber. W. H., 
Wechselberg, J. B 
Weld. W. E., Jr., 
West, J. B., 
Wetherhold, W. H 
White, J. H., 
White. Samuel J., 
Whitney, H. M., 
Whitney, J. D., 
Wilber." Johns., 
Wild, James R., 
Wilder, John W., 
Wildman, Alfred J 
WilJets, Henry, 
Williamson, A. Mcintosh, 
Wills, Geo. F., 
Willson. A. L., 
Wilson, C. R., 
Wilson, Daniel T., 
Withy, Jas., 
Wood, F. R., 
WoodhuU, Morris, 
Worthen, C. F.. 
W'renn, CO.. 
Wright, Frank L. , Jame 
Young. John M , 
Zimmermau. F. F., 



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Firm Name niid Address. 

W. A. Vaughn & Son, Greenville, Pa. 

D. M. Sechler Carriage Co., Moline, III. 

1 CarroUtou Ayenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Chicago, 111. 

Hume Carriage Co., Amesbury, Mass. 

Weber Wagon Co., Chicago, 111. 

J. B. Wechselberg, Milwaukee, Wis. 

The Boston Buckboard & Carriage Co., New Hayen, Conn. 

J. B. West, Rochester, N. Y. 

Reading, Pa. 

Joubert & WTiite, Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Wilmington, Del. 

. Homer Wagon Co., Cortland, N. Y. 

Whitney Wagon Works, Syracuse, N. Y. 

. Troy Carriage Works, Troy, N. Y. 

Quiucy, Mass. 

Hotchkin Carriage Works, Syracuse. N. Y. 

Enterprise Carriage & "Wagon Works, Morrisyille, Pa. 

. 80 12th Street, Chicago, 111. 
2204 Fitzwater, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Wills & Home, Auburn, N. Y. 
; . . Buckeye Buggy Co., Columbus, O. 

C. R. & J. C. Wilson, 19 Jones, Detroit, Mich. 
Keves & Wilson, 372 Broome Street, New York City 
. " . . Withey Bros.. Springfield, Ili. 

221 West 19th Street. New York City 
L. & M. Woodhull. Dayton, O. 
Amesbury Carriage Co. 
A. Wrenn & Son, Norfolk, Va. 
right & Son Carriage Co., Washington Av., St. Louis. Mo. 

813 Sixth. Washington, D. C. 
Wanpun, Wis. 



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Adams, James C, 
Adams, William F. , 
Adkins, S. M., 
Adwen, Joseph H., 
Albrecht, Charles H. 
Allemau, L. M , 
Anderson, Enoch, 
Anderson, M. F. , 
Armstrong, J. B. , 
Arnold, M. B., 
Arnold, W., 
Arthur, Alan, 
Ash, E. Twells, 
Baldwin, William H 
Bates, C. F., 
Bassett, D. M., 
Beattie, William, 
Beck. Theo. E., . 
Be-kwith, Chas. B 
Bellamy. C. L., 
Berbecker, Julius, 
Biddle, W. E., 
Bigelow, Moses, 
Billings, F., 
Bird, H. N., 
Bittong, Arthur, 
Black, J. J., 
Black, W. T., 
Bolen, Charles M., 
Booth, John H., 
Bothrick, E. R., 
Boudren, Thomas, 
Bradley, C. C, 
Bradley, Gen. E. E 
Bradley, James, 
Bradstreet, C. W., 
Bray, Thomas, 
Brooks, Walter E., 
Brown, Chas. H., 
Brown, D. Arthur, 
Brown, E. S., 
Brown, S. N.,' 
Brown, Samuel E., 
Bryan, William, 
Brydon, R. T., 
Bryer, J. Q., 
Burdick. Adelbert T. 
Burris, Elliott, 
Burris, Wm. G. , 
Bush, J. E , 
Bybee, Addison, 
Cable, Wheeler, 
Caldwell, Charles L 
Chace. A. M. Jr., 
Champney, W. P., 
Chapman, E. A., 
Chester, Samuel M 
Church, M. B , 



Firm Nxme and Address. 

Berry Bros., 22 East Lombard Street, Baltimore, Md. 

103 Chambers Street, New York City 

Americaa Buggy Valance Co., Cincinnati, O. 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Charles H. Albrecht & Co., Cincinnati, O. 

Valentine & Co., Littiestown, Pa. 

. Anderson, Frazer & Co., Sidney, O. 

Akron Hardware Co.. Akron, 0. 

J. B. Armstrong Mfg. Co., limited, Flint, Mich. 

Pratt & Lambert, New York City 

U. S. Axle Lubricating Co., 1541 Broadway, New York City 

Thomas Tarton & Sons, Boston, Mass. 

Carriage Montldy. Chicago, 111. 

. Phlneas Jones & Co., Newark, N. J. 

. Berry Bros., New York City 

Birmingham, Conn. 

Robert Beattie & Sons, 85 White Street, New York City 

E. F. Beck & Son, Newark, N. J. 
Valentine h Co., 245 Broadway, New York City 
Patent Development Co., New York City 
Wm. Schollhorn & Co., New York City 
Biddle, Smart & Co., Amesbury, Mass. 
M. Bigelow & Co., 356 Mulberry St., Newark N. J. 
Billings, Taylor & Co., Cleveland, O. 
. Cincinnati, O. 
Valentine & Co., 4019 Green Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Black Spring and Gear Co., Cleveland, O. 
Cleveland Axle Co., Cleveland, Ohio 
Shipman & Bolen, Newark, N. J. 
Coach Laces, New Haven, Conn. 
Globe Sign Co., Akron, O. 
White Mfg. Co. , Bridgeport, Conn. 
Bradley & Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 
. New Haven Wheel Co., New Haven, Coru. 
McKinnon Dash and Hardware Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Ferd F. French & Co., limited, 155 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. 
Torsion Braided Wire Upholstering Co., 1017 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa. 

. • . . Topliff & Ely, Elyria, O. 

S. N. Brown & Co.", Dayton, 0. 

. Concord Axle Co., Penacook, N. H. 

. Gutta Percha Rubber Mfg. Co., Toronto, Canada. 

S. N. Brown & Co., Dayton, O. 

Cleveland Hardware Co., Cleveland, O. 

Sligo Iron Stove Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

. Wadsworth, Rowland & Co., Chicago, 111. 

Wilmington, Del. 

Smith, Worthington & Co., 40 Warren Street, N. Y. City 

H. C. Howells & Co., 519 Broadway, New York City 

E. Burris & Co. , New York City 

Chicago Varnish Co., Chicago, 111. 

Woodburn Sarven Wheel Co., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Cable Rubber Co., 148 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. 

Auburn Elec. Sup. and Plat. Co., Auburn, N. Y. 

Murphy & Co., Newark, N. J. 

Eberhard Mfg. Co. , Cleveland, O. 

. Chapman Mfg. Co., Meriden, Conn. 

Box 1344, Cincinnati, 0. 

Anti-Kalsomine Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 



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Clark. D. G., 
Clymer, F. T., 
Colemau, Moses, 
Comly, W. S., 
Complon, N. M.. 
Comstock, F. A. , 
Cone, Thomas 1)., 
Conklin, Frank. 
Connelly, James F.. 
Covert, E.. 
Cowles, Fred. L., 
Cowles, R. P., 
Co.xe, Jos. H., 
Crane, John, 
Cumbersen, Perry T.. 
Cunningham, Matthc^v, 
Corliss, Geo. Wm., 
Catling, C. H., 
Daniels, E. A., 
Dann, W. F., 
Davidson. J. 'M.. 
Dawson, J. H. Jr. 
DeGolyer, Watts . 
Delano, H. O., 
Demarest, N. J.. 
Derbv, Fred B. . 
DeWolf, W. F., . 
Dobbs, B. R . 
Duerfinger, Theo., . 
Doersoii, Philip, 
Dohse, John, 
Dole, Walter N.. . 
Donovan, James A., 
Downey, C. E., 
Drnmmond. James. 
DuBois, Howard M., 
Duffy, James N., 
Dusenburv. C. Coles, 
Eagan, W'. F., 
Easton, R A., 
Eccles. Richard. 
Eggers, John H., . 
Etdredge. M. F.. . 
Elmendorf. John A., 
Elmendorf. W'illaid, 
English, James G., 
Erb, Paris, 
Erwin, Thos. M., 
Felton, S. K., 
Fesler, Harry L. . 
Fleming, Robert S. 
Fleurv, J. S., 
Flood", P. F., 
Fort, Edwin H., 
Eraser, Alexander V 
Eraser, H. M., 
Frink, C. H., 
Fullgraff, Charles F. 
Gardner. M. L , 
Garritt. W. P., 
Gerts. Geo. E., 
Gifford, John A., 
Gillette, C. M., 
Gillies, Geo. , 
Gleeson, M. T.. 
Goodyear. L. F., 
Gray, Jerome B., 
Gray. Theodore. 
Greeuough. Wm. , 
Hale, F. E., 
Hall, 0. C, 



Firm Name and Address. 

J. W. Masury & Son, New York City 

F. T. Clymer Co., Wilmington, Del. 

Moses Coleman & Son, Boston, Mass. 

Port Chester Bolt and Nut Co., Port Chester, N. Y. 

N. M. Compton & Co., Horseheads, N. Y. 

Ohio Steel Seat Co., Columbus, O. 

American Steel Gear Co., Toledo, U. 

Murphy & Co., New York City 

McCornish & Connelly, Newark, N. J. 

. E. Covert Mfg. Co.', Farmer Village, N.Y. 

C. Cowles & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

C. Cowles & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

Minett & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Crane & McMahon, New York City 

62 Green St., New York City 

Sweets Mfg. Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Thomas Potter's Sons & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Patterson & Greenough, New York City 

Pinneo & Daniels, Dayton, O. 

. The Dann Bros. & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

. W. H. Fish Mfg. Co., Columbus, O. 

361 Halsey Street, Newark, N. J. 

. Watts DeGolyer Varnish I'o., Chicago, 111. 

J. S. Poyen & Co., Merrimac and Amesbury, Mass. 

N. J. Demarest & Co., Newark, N. J. 

W. E. Derby & Co., New York City 

• Englewood, III. 

New Haven, Coiiu. 

Dexter Spring Co , Pittsburgh, Pd. 

Lancaster, Pa 

J. W. Masury & Son, Box 3499, New York City 

Evans Artificial Leather Co., 88 Pearl Street, Boston, Mass. 

Kelley, Mans & Co., Chicago, Hi. 
Downey Bros., Lancaster. Pa. 
Folger & Drummond, Amesbury, Mass. 
Union Spoke and Wheel Works, Front and Otis Sts., Phila. , Pa. 

Eldred, Pa. 

Dusenbury & Bond, 11 Murray St.. New York City 

J. W. Masury & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

F. O. Pierce & Co., Lake George, N. Y. 

Auburn, N. Y. 
. The Huh, 15 Park Place, New York City 
. M. F. Eldredge, Toledo. 6. 
Edward Smith & Co. , 158 William Street, New York City 
Elmendorf Varnish Co.. Chicago. III. 
English & Mersick, New Haven, Conn. 
Erb, Markel & Co., New Bloomfield, Pa. 
Liggett Soring and Axle Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Felton, Rau & Sibley, 136 North 4th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fesler & Co., 464 Broome Street, New York City 
Fleming & Dobyue. Chicago, IN. 
New Haven Japan and Varnish Co., New Haven, Conn. 
112 Chestnut Street, Newark, N. J. 
George E. Fort & Co., 3d and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 
The New York Sarven Wheel Co., 101 Bowery, New York City 

Royer Wheel Co., Cincinnati, 0. 

Congden, Carpenter & Co., Providence, R. I. 

Murphy & Co. , 227 Broadway, New York City 

Royer Wheel Co., Cincinnati, 0. 

Woodbnrn Sarven Wheel Co.. 319 A Street, Boston, Mass 

. Gerts, Lumbard & Co., Chicago, 111. 

J no. A. Gifford & Co., 14 Murray Street, New York City 

Forest City Spring Co., Cleveland, O. 

Gananoque, Ontario, Can. 

. Columbus, O. 

New Haven, Conn. 

Hoopes, Bro. & Darlington Co.. West Chester, Pa. 

Tomlinson Spring Co., Newark, N. J. 

Patterson & Greenough, New York City 

Syracuse Dash Works. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Thomson Electric Welding Co , Boston, Mass. 



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Individual Name. 

Halsey, Hou. Geo. A., 
Halsej', Jas. H., 
Hardinghous, H. , Jr., 
Harper. Lewis A., 
Harrall, E. W., 
Harris, Geo. W. , 
Harrison, Clias. H. , 
Harrison, John D., 
Hart. J. B., 
Harty, Wni., 
Hatch, C. N., 
Hawley, F. B., 
Hershey, W. B. C, 
Hess, A., 
Higp;-ins, Henry, 
Hildreth, James, Sr. 
Hildreth. James, Jr., 
Homer, C. S. , Jr. , 
Holmes, E. C, 
H oiter, Thomas, 
Hotchkiss, E M., 
Houghton, Hadwin, 
Howard, Thomas, 
Howe, I P., 
Howell, Henry C, 
Ho wells, H. C, 
Howells, H. C, Jr. 
Hugus, N. P. H., 
Hutton, G. H., Jr., 
Hvman. M R., 
Ives, E. D., 
Ives Henry, 
Jackson, Andrew A. 
Jaenicke A., 
James. L. E , 
Jolinson, Thomas V. 
Jones, A. A., 
Jones. H. P., 
Joy, Edmund L. , 
Jube, William U., 
Jury, Herman F., 
Kaiser. J. H.. Jr., 
Kemble B. H., 
Keyes Jay H.. 
Kimbark, S. D., 
Kimble. Andrew, 
King. Job. 
Kinney, Curtis L , 
Kipp, James, 
Knoblaugh, A. L. , 
Kroh, C. Z., 
Lane, P. Van Zandt, 
Langstroth, Chris. I., 
Larabee, Charles C, 
Lee. WiLson H., 
Leeson J. B., 
Leeson, J. R., 
Lester, George S., . 
Letchworth, 0. P., 
Lewis, A. L.. 
Lewis. Hon. Henrv G. 
Lobdell, A.. 
Loree, J. K., 
Lunt, E. S., 
Maitland, Alexander, 
Mansfield. D. G.. . 
Marcv, J. W. , 



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Firm Name and Address. 

S. Halsey & Son, Newark, N. J. 

J. H. Halsey & Smith, Newark, N. J. 

Varnish Co , 203 Race Street, Cincinnati, O. 

Brown & Harper Mfg. Co., Columbus, O. 

Fairfield Rubber Co. , Fairfield, Conn. 

South Bend Top Prop Co., South Bend. Ind. 

C. H. & J. D. Harrison, Newark, N. J. 

C. H. & J. D. Harrison. Newark, N. J. 

. Russia Cement Co., "Gloucester, Mass. 

Portsmouth Spring Works, Portsmouth, Ohio. 

Central City Wheel Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Spring Perch Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Excelsior Seat Co. Columbus, Ohio 

Cincinnati Spring Co. , 8th Street, Cincinnati, O. 

Standard Carriage Goods Co., Cincinnati, O. 

Hildreth Varnish Co., 178 Broadway, New York City 

Hildreth Varnish Co., 178 Broadway, New York City 

Valentine & Co., 241 Broadway, New York City 

J. L. Armita^e & Co., Newark, N. J. 

. Syracuse Twist Drill Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Treasurer Tomlinson Spring Co., Newark. N. J. 

Lawson Valentine Co., Hunter's Point, N. Y. 

Wm. Harland & Son, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Wilcox & Howe, Birmingham, Conn. 

T. P. Howell & Co.. 77 Beekman Street, New York City 

H. C. Howells & Co., 519 Broadway, New York City 

Howells Bros., New York City 

. Liggett Spring Co. , Pittsburgh, Pa. 

. G. Hutton & Co., Baltimore, Md. 

American Impltunent Herald, Indianapolis. Ind. 

Norfolk, Conn. 

Edgewood Mfg. Co. New Haven, Conn. 

A. Jackson & Co., 33 Market Street, San Francisco. Cal. 

Davenport, Iowa 
. Cuvahoga Falls, Ohio. 
T. P. Howell & Co., 77 Beekman Street, New York City 
Stimson & Co., 149 Milk Street, Boston, Mass. 
Phineas Jones & Co., Newark, N. J. 
. L. Joy & Co., Newark, N. Y. 
J. P. Jube & Co., 97 Bowery, New York City 
1543 Broadway, New York City 
Chicago Carriage Lamp Co., Cbicago, 111. 
mmon Sense Axle Co., 3i N. 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Keys Mfg. Co., Terre Haute, Ind. 
Chicago, 111. 
Andrew Kimble, Za' esville, O. 
King Spring & Gear Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 
. Cortland Top and Rail Co., Cortland, N. Y. 
Goodyear Rubber Co., New York City 
A. L. Knoblaugh Co., 116 East Oth Street, Cin<innati, 0. 

C. Z. Kroh & Co., Toledo, 0. 

Blanchard Bro. & Lane, Newark, N. J. 

C N. Lockwood & Co., 18 Mechanic Street. Newark. N. J. 

Larabee Mfg. Co.. Mansfield, O. 

Price. Lee & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

Sandusky Wheel Co., Sandusky, 0. 

I. R. Leeson & Co., 298 Devonshire S'reet, Boston, Mass. 

New Haven, Conn. 

. Pratt & Letchworth, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Scranton Forging Co., Scranton. Pa. 

Haven Wheel Co., New Haven, Conn. 

A. Lobdell, Racine, Wis. 

Howell Buggy Boot Co., Howell, Mich. 

Geo. E. Fort & Co., 3d and Arch Streets, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Edward Smith & Co.. 1.58 William Street, New York City 

Valentine & Co.. 153 Milk Street, Boston, Mass. 

J. W. Marcv & Co., 8th Street, Cincinnati, O. 



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Maris, Jared, 
Mart ill, A J., 
Martine, Franklin, 
Matthews. Wni., . 
Mav, Elias, 
McChesney, S. T.. 
McCracken, W. D . 
McCrosky, J. A., . 
McGovern, B. , 
McKinuon, L E , . 
Meehau. P. W., 
Meeker, Wm., 
Merrill, F. S., 
Merill. J. Jr., 
Mersick, E. F., 
Meyer, John C. 
Miller, Willis E . . 
Mocbius. Kurt, 
Moore, E. H., 
Montgomery, G. \' , 
Morrill, Charles E.. 
Morrow, Thomas S. . 
Morse, J. J., 
Munsou, C. K. , 
Murphy, Fraiikliir. . 
Nanamore, F. J . , 
Nelson, A. T. A 
North, Wm. B.. . 
Notman, W. A.. 
O'Brien, Patrick. 
Olds, Henry G.. 
Olds, J. v., 
Olin, T. D., 
Page, J. Seaver. 
Paine, R. T., 
Palmer, Dr. W. E . 
Parker, A. S., 
Parrott, H. R . 
Parsons, W. C, 
Patterson, A. M . . 
Patterson, M. C , . 
Paterson, S. H.. 
Penn, George, 
Penney, Joseph. 
Perpente. William. 
Peri-in, R. S., 
Perrv. James, 
Pfaff, R H.. 
Phelps, N. B., 
Phiuney, T. W.. . 
Plumstead, J. T.. . 
Pollock. H. M.. 
Potter, H. A . 
Pratchett. William. 
Pratt, C. F., 
Pratt, E. W., 
Preble, Wm. H.. . 
Randall, P. D., 
Randolph, Albert, . 
Rathburn, J. B.. 
Reifsnider, C. K . . 
Reilly, John, 
Reilly, Patrick, 
Reitz, Andrew, 
Reynolds, William C, 
Richai'ds, George A., 
Ricliardson, David H., 
Riker, H. C, 
Rockwell. Wm. H., 
Rockwood, E. A.. . 
Rogers, George E , 



}<irm I\ame and Addraa. 

. Columbus, 0. 

Martin Singletree Coupling Co., Evansville, Ind. 

S. A. Martine & Co., 50 West Houston Street, New York City 

. Star Mfg. Co., Hillsboro, O. 
M. Slrauss, Newark, N. J. 
Thomas Potter's Sons & Co., New York City 
Royer Wheel Co., Cincinnati, 0. 
Standard Carriage Goods Co., Cincinnati O. 
. » . . . Norwalk, Conn. 

McKinnon Dash and Hardware Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 
. Thomas Potter Sons & Co., New York City 
Portsmouth Wheel Co., Portsmouth, 0. 
H. G. tt H. W^ Stevens, Merrimac, Mass. 
Murphy & Co., Canal and Harrison Streets, Cleveland, O. 
English tS: Mersick, New Haven, Conn. 
J. C. Meyer & Co., 287 and 289 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass. 

Edgewood Mfg. Co., New Haven, Conn. 

. H. C. Howell & Co., New York City 

Clarence Brooks & Co., New York City 

care of D. W. Shuler. Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Valentine & Co., GO Lake S reet, Chicago. III. 

J. W. Masury & Son, New York City 

Sheldon ct Co., Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Billings, Taylor & Co., Cleveland, O. 

Murphy & Co., 231 Broadway. Newark, N. J. 

Bridgeport Coach Lace Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Detroit Carriage Pole Co., Cincinnati, O. 

O. B. North & Co., New Haven, Conn. 

McKinnon Dash and Hardware Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

O'Brien Varnish Co., South Bend, Ind. 

N. G. Olds ct Sons, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Defiance, 0. 
Olin Spring Co.. Cincinnati. O. 
. F. W. Devoe & Co., New York City 
98 Chambers Street, New York City 
Siillman Patent Top Adjuster, Hornellsville, N. Y. 
Parker Carriage Goods Co., 144 Hunt Street. Cincinnati, O. 
Parrott Varnish Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 
. Selle Gear Co. , Akron, Ohio 
Waterloo Woolen Mfg. Co., Waterloo, N. Y. 
Bridgeport Silk Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Bridgeport Pat. Leather Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Penn «& Lee, Syracuse. N. Y. 
H. R. Lewis k Co., 115 North 2d Street. Philadelphia, Pa. 
State and W^all Streets, New Haven, Conn. 
Perrin, Payson & Co., 65 to 78 Little 12th Street, New York City 

S. Halsey & Son, Newark, N. J. 
Ashtabula Carriage Bow Co., Ashtabula. O. 

New York City 

Standard Axle Mfg. Co., Wheeling, West Va. 

Chicago Spring Co., 376 North Water Sireet, Chicago, 111. 

Pollock & Co., Cincinnati, O. 

Thomas Potter, Sons & Co., New York City 

Hildreth Varnish Co. , Dayton, 0. 

Sherwin-Williams Co., Cleveland, O. 

W'ood. Brown & Co., Canton, 0. 

Chicago Raw Hide Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. 

P. D. Randall & Co.. Troy. N. Y. 

Stoughton Rubber Co., Bo.ston, Mass. 

New Haven. Conn. 

Fiirm Machinery, St. Louis, Mo. 

. Newark, N. J. 

. Newark. N. J. 

. Spears A.xle Co., Wheeling, W. Va. 

William C. Reynolds & Co., Columbus, O. 

Bailey Spring Co., New London, Conn. 

Richirdson & Hall, Newark, N. J. 

Wilcox & Howe, Birmingham, Conn. 

Bridgepoit Spring Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Goodyear Rubber Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

. E. Gunther & Co., Milan, 0. 



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Individual Name. 

Rose, Frank H., 
RosentHal, Maurice, 
Rounds, G. Edwin, 
Rowland, Edward, 
Saladee, C. W., 
Sand ford, E. C, 
Sargent, Albert, 
Schmid, Francis J. 
Schmid, W. L. . 
Scobie, George F. , 
Scott, Chflrles, 
Scott, E W.. 
Searls, Anson, 
Sechler, William W., 
Seward, Frank. 
Seymour, Jay P., 
Sheldon, Charles L 
Sherwin. H. A.. 
Siders, Henry F., 
Simpson, R. A., 
Simpson. R J., 
Skelly, Thomas, 
Smith, Clifford E., 
Smith, George F., 
Smith, G. S.', 
Smith, H. D., 
Smith, Henry, 
Smith, Horace W., 
Smith, Hugh, 
Smith, J. W . 
Smith, James. Jr., 
Smylhe, Charles, 
Snyder, W. A.. 
South wick, D. F., 
Sperry, E. F., 
Sperry, E. S , 
Springer, EC. 
Stapleford. L. N., 
Stengel, Henry, 
•Stevenson, Theo. , 
Srone. W. H.. 
Storm. Edward, 
Strieby. H. M., 
Strobel, John, 
Strouder, A. G. . 
Swain, George F., 
Sweet, John M., 
Swift, J. B., 
Taylor. Frank H., 
Templeton, W. Bruce, 
Terwilliger. J. W., 
Thayer, Chas. L., . 
Thompson. H. R., . 
Thompson O. B., . 
Thomson, William J., 
Thwing, L. C, 
Tichenor, Charles E., 
Tilton, Joseph, 
Tomlinson, S R. , . 
Tompkins, William L., 
Topliff, I. N.. 
Townseud, Charles T. , 
Treat, B. A , 
Tully, A R.. 
Tut hill. W. A., 
Twichell, E. W , . 
Valentine, H. C, . 



Firm j\'am£ and Address. 

Valentine & Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

H. Rosenthal & Bro., 120 Chambers Street. New York City 

Congdon, Carpenter & Co., Providence, R. L 

William & Harvey Rowland, Frankford P. O., Philadelphia. Pa. 

Rome. X. Y. 

14 Thomas Street, New York City 

Merrimac, Mass. 

540 East 157th Street, New York City 

. ^ . . . Post & Hart, St. Louis, Mo. 

. Box 85y, New Haven. Conn. 

C. Scott & Co., 174 Canal Street, Philadelphia. Pa. 

. Danielsouville. Conn. 

Searls Mfg. Co., 365 Market Street, Newark, N. J. 

Hildreth Varnish Co., Newcastle. Pa. 

Moses Seward & Son, New Haven. Conn. 

Elvria, O. 

Sheldon & Co., Wilkes Bai-re, Pa. 

Sherwin, Williams & Co., Cleveland, O. 

Hingham Center. Mass. 

C. H. Woolsey Paint and Color Co., Jersey City, N. J. 

Valentine k Co., Bi'ooklyn, N. Y. 

Philadelphia Carriage Bolt Works. Philadelphia. Pa. 

Bouten & Smith, 77 Bowerv, New York Citv 

H. D. Smith & Co., Plantsville. Conn. 

Wood, Smith & Co., Fort Plain, N. Y. 

H. D. Smith & Co., Plantsville, Conn. 

New Haven, Conn. 

. Wheel and Wood Bending Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 

. Newark, N. J. 

J. H. Smith & Co., Muncie, Ind. 

. H. Halsey & Smith, Newark. N. J. 

. Newark, N. J. 

Snyder & Son, Pequa, O. 

Be'-cher Mfg. Co., Meriden. Conn. 

Sperry Mfg. Co.. Ausoiiia, Conn. 

Sperry Mfg. Co.. Ausonia, Conn. 

Edwardsvi le. 111. 

American Steel Gear Co.. Toledo, O. 

Stengel & Rothchild. Newark, N. J. 

. Cortland Top and Rail Co.. Cortland. N. Y. 

. Crandall, Stone it Co.. Binghamton, N. Y. 

Storm Spring Co , Pouglikeepsie, N. Y. 

Strieby «& Ward, Newark. N. J. 

Monarch Buggy Boot Co., Cincinnati, O. 

Carriage Sunshade Co., Troy, N. Y. 

Valentine & Co., 245 Broadway, New York City 

. Batavia Wheel Co., Batavia. N. Y. 

Eckstein White Lead Co., 171 Race Street, Cincinnati, O. 

231 Broadway, New York City 

Oil, Paint and I)rvg Reporter, New York City 

T. P. Howell & Co., 77 Beekman Street, New York City 

E. Burris & Co., New York City 
lliott Dash Stitching Machine Co., 48 Congress St., Boston, Mass. 

Jersev Citv, N. J. 

Willets & Thomson, 223 Church Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Grand Rapids Veneer Works, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

. Crandall, Stone & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. 

150 East 31st Street, New York City 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Tompkins & Mandeville, Newark, N. J. 

. The L N. Topliff Mfg. Co., Cleveland. O. 

New Haven, Conn. 

Wallingford Wheel Co.. Wallingford. Conn. 

. A. R. Tully, New York City 

Tuthill Spring Co., 51 South Jefferson Street. Chicago, 111. 

H. D. Smith & Co., Plantsville, Conn. 

Valentine & Co., 245 Broadway, New Yoik City 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

tLp Binghamton Wagon Go,, Binghamton, M. Y.jf 



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Jndividual Name. 

-^Va'jentme, Lawsou, . 
Van Luven, J. H. 
Walker, O. E., 
Ward, Elias S., 
Ward, W. S.. 
Warden, B. J., 
Ware, R. C . 
Ware, W. F , 
Warren, Henry, 
Watson, F. B.. 
Walters, John, 
Weart, Jacob, 
Weddle, G. W., 
West, J. B., 
West, L. M., 
Wheeler, Franklin D. , 
White, Geo., 
White, John W., 
Whitehead, L. T., 
Whitiu, Arthur F. 
Wickersham, W. H., 
Williams, H. A., 
Wood, Alex. M., . 
Wood, W. W.. 
Woodruff, Arthur E. , 
Woodruff, W. W., 
Wooster, F. V., 
Worchester, Chas. M., 
Wright, Theo. F. , . 
Yaxley, George, 



Firm Name and Address. 



Lawsou Valentine Co., Hunter's Point, N. Y. 
. Kingston, P. Q., Ont., Can. 
Queen City Forging Co., Cincinnati, 0. 
E. S". Ward & Co., Newark, N. J. 
H. D. Smith & Co., Plantsville, Conn. 
. Syracuse Dash Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 
. Carriage Monthhj, Philadelphia, Pa. 
. Gcrriage Monthly, Philadelphia, Pa. 
. Columbus, 0. 
Initial Toe Pad Co., Three Rivers, Mich. 
Metal Stamping Co., 106 Duane Street. New York City 
Graphite Lubricating Co., Jersey City, N. J. 
Weddle & Co., 54 Congress Street, Chicago. HI. 

Rochester, N. Y. 

. Rock ford, HI. 

. Newark, N. J. 

White Patent Adjustable Brake, Rock Island, 111. 

. White's Wheel Works, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Brantford, Canada 

Whitney Coupling Co., Whitinsville, Mass. 

Kent Iron and Hardware Co., Wilmington, Del. 

Chicago Varnish Co., Chicago, 111. 

A. M. Wood, 51 Beverly Street, Boston, Mass. 

Carriage MontMy, Box 2769, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Woodruff, Miller & Co., Mt. Carmel, Conn. 

Woodruff, Miller & Co., Mt. Carmel, Conn. 

66 Beverly Street, Boston, Mass. 

Peninsular White Lead Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Royer Wheel Co., Cincinnati, O. 

Harland & Son, Merton, Surrey, England 



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HONORARY MEMBERS (LIFE.) 



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HONORARY MEMBERS (LIFE). 



Individual Name. 
Bayard. Hou. Thomas F., 
Bailey, Isaac H., 
Carpenter, Samuel, 
Charlet, G., 
Chirm, Alfred E., . 
Coyne, Jas. H., 
Duff us, Wm., 
Dupont, Albert, 
Goddard, Thomas, . 
Goshorn, Hon. AT., 
Gribbon, John T., . 
Guiet, Gustave, 
Guiet, Michael, 
Heesgeist, Chas. A., 
Hodges, Henry H., 
Holmes Herbert, 
Hooper, George N., 
Houghton, George W. W. 
Kane, A. DeLaucy, 
Kimball, Hou. Charles P., 
Kline, W. L., 
Laing, Alexander K., 
Merrill, S. F., 
Philipson, John, 
Pray, Joseph C, 
Redding, C. H. E., 
Richardson, M. T., 
Rogers, Fairman, . 
Sherron, Charles B., 
Sperry, Hou. N, D. , 
Starey, Thomas R., 
Thomas, BricBj 
Thrupp, George A. , 
Walker, Gen. F. A., 
Ware, Arthur M., . 
Ware, I. D., 
Whittier, John G., 
Whittingham, Thomas, 
Wilkiu, Martin H., 
Wood, W. W., 

Wori-all, Rev. J. M., Chaplain, 
Wyscawer, T. J., . 
Yaxley, George, 



Fir III Naiiic and Address. 

Wilmington, Del. 

Shoe and Leather Reporter, 17 Spruce Street, New York City 

Pennsylvania Railroad Co., 849 Broadway, New York City 

22 Boulevard Botauique, Brussels, Belgium 

The Huh, 15 Park Place, New York City 

Warjon Maker, 142 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 111. 

. Halifax. N. S. 

. 22 Rue Guyot, Paris, France 

. State Street, Boston, Mass 

Goshorn Bros., Cincinnati, O. 

Technical School, 222 Bowery, New York City 

Million, Guiet & Co., 00 Ave. Montaigne, Paris, France 

Million, Guiet & Co., 60 Ave. Montaigne, Paris, France 

Carrlar/e Monthly, P. O. Box 2769, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wm. D. Rogers, Son & Co., 1009 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

H. & A. Holmes, London Road. Derby, England 

Hooper & Co., 113 "Victoria Street, London, England 

Editor Varnish, 15 Park Place, New York City 

Knickerbocker Club, 249 5th Avenue, New York City 

370 Wabash Av., Chicago, 111. 

Southern Coach Maker, Nashville, Tenn. 

. 4 East 28th Street, New York City 

Concord, N. H. 

Atkinson & Philipson, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England 

57 Wooster Street, Buston, Mass. 

. The StfMe, 58 Bond Street. New York City 

Blacksmith and Wheelwright, 57 Rose Street, New York City 

Dick Bros. & Co., 147 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

. Varnish, Jessup Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

New Haven, Conn. 

. Nottingham, England 

Le Guide Du Carrassier, 135 Boulevard Haussmarm, Paris, France 

Thrupp & Maberly, 269 Oxford Street, London W., England 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Carriage Monthly, P. O. Box 2769, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ware Vai'nish Co., Clearfield and Howard Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

'. . . . Amesbury, Mass. 

Whittingham & Wilkin, 136 Long Acre, London, England 

Whittingham & Wilkin, 136 Long Acre, London, England 

Carriage Monthly, P. O. Box 2769, Philadelphia, Pa. 

147 West 13th St., New York City 

The Spokesman, 62 Longstroth Street, Cincinnati, O. 

Harland & Son, Merton, Surrey, England 



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New and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO, 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



RUSSET TOPS 

SELL. RAPIDLY. 






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DeGolyer's Varnishes. 







BLACI-C 



260 DOV EK ST., BOSTON, 31ASS. 



Top Prop Washers. 

Are very Finn, ami do not 
require Painting. 
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616 hole. 




12-16 in. Diameter. 



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V. Carriage Washers. 



Best Material, Perfectly 
Finished. 



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12-16 in. Diameter. 



HEARTLEY MACHINE, VARIETY IRON .= TOOL WORKS. 



ESTABLISHED 1S76. 



GEO. \V. HEARTLEY, Prop., 431 ST. CLAIR ST., TOLEDO, OHIO. 



MAXUFACTrKEE OF 



Power and Hand Punching and Shearing Machinery, Punches, Dies, Etc. 

Tlie New Ideal Self Oilins Ailjustalile I'liiicli Chuck. Patented October 9. 
ISSS. A great advantage wiih this ClincK over ilie old way is the cheapness r>f 
punches by using Stiibb's steel wire, cut to length and tempered, costs 15c each: 
old way, sue to 75c. 

Famous KoUer Power Weldlnsr Machine. Patmted October 2.3, 1'88. For 
welding Tires and all Special Work. It rolls and swedges the weld sanie a> the 
stock instantly. Works after Electric Heating or P.lickemith Fiie, Gas or Oil 
Furnace Heating. " 

I ire Sizing Machine, For sizing Tire 
and Hub Bands. 

Little fciaut Axle Box Press. Pat- 
ented .Jan. U, ISSl. For Putting In and 
Taking Out Axle Boxes by Screw Pressure. 
Boxes can be set with this 
machine without danger of 
breaking or bruising them: 
can be forced In much 
tighter, which is a great ad 
vantage over dri ing them 
and can be forced out the 
game way. 

The Xeiv Universal Self. 
Centering Hub Boring Machine. 
Little Giant Combined Punch and Shear. This is the latest and most improved Punch and Shenr, being 
the only one that the operator can stand by his work and handle his lever at the same time, being in position to handle 
the same. 

Wagon Seat Sprinsrs and Seat Raisers.. Children's Carriage Springs, Axles and Attachments. Tire Upsetters 
and Drills. Special Patented Tools for the nianufactare of Wire and Metal Whtels. 
Designer and Builder of Macliines and Touls for Patented Speciaiti-s. 

BIRDSELL MFC. CO.'S 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORKS, 

SOUTH BEND, INDIANA. 





WE MANUFACTURE A FULL LINE OF 






Fine Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring, Express, Delivery and 

STEEL SKEIN FARM WAGONS 



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Z WICK, GHEEHWALD & CO., Limited, 

1> A. Y T O rv , OHIO, 

Manufacturers of Fine TO^heels, 

WOOD HUB, BANDED HUB, CUKTIS' PATENT, WARNER. SARVEN, AND SHELL BAND, AND ALSO SOLE 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

Bradley Patent Dovetail Tenon and Compressed Band Wheel, 

Which combines more points of merit than any other. Stvenirth. Beauty and Elasticity. Never 

fails in the Hub. Send for Price Lht. 




SecttOJtal Vieir 



SULLiyAH BROTHERS, 

MANUFACTURERS FOR THE TRADE OF 

BUGGIES, SURREYS, 

Light Bosiness and Pleasure Wagons, Foad Wagons, Carts and Cutters. 




No. 10-5— Three-Qiiavlev Buggy. 

" Our Three-Spring and Combination Dandy Wagons and Rochester Bnggies have had an immense sale the past 
year, and are the greatest moncj- malcers dea"lers ever handled. Write for Catalogue and Price List. 



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The TRIPLE BUCKBO ARD 

J. F. CwOODKICH A: CO., Xew Haven, ronii. 



Three Buckboards in one. These Ihi'ee cuts represent one Backboard. Seats can be 
changed into three different positions, as shown herein. 




Seals folded for carrving two persons onli. 








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Seats arranged for four persons, silling back to back, access to back Seal by step on rear end of Wagon, seals arranged for four persons, all facing the front. 

The "Goodrich Triple Bcckboard" can be changed instantly by a lady or child 
without getting out of the Carriage. There is no rattling or sticking in slots as in 
Slide seats, and is always easy to adjust. 



GEARS 



AND 




CARRIAGES 

Of every description 
Manufactured in tlie White. 



-^ Platform and Full C- 
Spring Vehicles 
of every description. 



First-Class Materials and 
Workmanship guaranteed. 

Estimates cheerfully fur- 
nished upon application. 



B. D. DRUEN, 108 Franklin Street, New Haven, Conn. 



MANUFACTURER OF 

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Leather Covered Patent Top Prop Nuts, 

PATENT LEATHER TOP PROP WASHERS, 

Enameled and Patent Leather Curtain Loops, Carriage Strappings and Horse Collars, 
No. 183 BREWERY ST., "%E\V HAVEX, COliX. 



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THE "HENRY" SINGLE LEAF RIB SPRING, 

IN EVERT SHAPE AND LENGTH YOU WISH, 

FOR CARRIAGES, CARTS, WAGONS AND SEATS.| 
THE HENRY SPRING CO., WEST WINSTED. CT. 

PRICES MUCH REDUCED. SOLE MANUFACTURERS. 



TV]>f:. SOHOLLHOJRrV Ac oo., 

Wooster and Wallace Streets, New Haven, Ct., 

Manufacfurers of the Largest Variety of 

COACH and CARRIAGE LOCKS 

To accommodate all Styles and Sizes of Jobs. Send for Catalogue and Price List. 



MANUFACTURER OP 

COACH LACE, FRINGES, CORDS, TASSELS, 

FROGS, SPEAKING TUBE?-, TUFTS, ETC., 

No. 15 Wooster Street, - - - NEW HAVEN, CT. 

CARRIAGE AND TIRE BOLTS, 

Coach Screws, Tacks and Lining Nails, 

BiR-iyniisro-KE^ivfl:, _ - _ ooisrisr. 

THE! lWIoC3-<3T7E5DFl.]Sr 

Perfection Thill Spring Co. 

SOUTH 1VOKWA.LK, COrVlV. 

A PERFECT ANTI-RATTLER. OVER 1,000,000 IN USE. 

Pat. Xov. 'iO, 1SS8. 

Established 1838. 



Manufacturers of and Dealers in 



Lamps, Comer Irons, Wulflng Tufts, Bolts, Lining Natis, Axle Clips, Girl's Tricjcles, Etc. 
Corner AVater and Chestnut streets, - - - - NEW HAVEN, CONN. 

The New llaveii Japan and Varnish €o. 

MAKERS OF FINE 

Coach & Railway Varnishes & Japans 

Foot of Kimberly Avenue, - - - NEW HAVEN, CONN. 

WALLINCFORD WHEEL CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



SPOKES, HUBS and RIMS, 

WALLINGFORD, CONN. 



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WHEEL AiND WOOD BENDING CO., 



MAXUFACTrREES OF 



fmk S;oks; Huh, kt Fellses, Carriajs lows, 

Finished Shafts and Poles, and all kinds of Carriage and Sleigh Bent '^ood-Work, 
79 JOH^ <>TRRKr. XF;4R BR0%P. RKIDGEPORT, COW. 

MaQufactureis of CARRIAGE IRONS, BIRMINGHAM, CONN. 





CHARLES T. TOWNSEND, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

CARRIAGE BODIES OF ALL KINDS, 

246 DIXWELL AVENUE, NEW HAVEN, CONM. ^^ 

Horse Cirs leate cjr. Cairoli aai Caipjl 3trje:3 every iO iniaLitej— Broalway and -•hjlcoLi Avenue line. .3 



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ADYERTISEMEXTS. 






The Pioneer Company of America. 

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Incorporated 
1866. 




Charter 
Perpetual 



THOROUGH INSPECTIONS 

And Insurance against loss or damage to property and loss 
of life and injury to persons caused by 

STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONS. 

Full Information concerning the plan of the Company's operations can be obtained at the 

Or at aiiv Agencv. 



J. M. ALLEN, President. W. B. FRANKLIN, Vice-President. 

J. B. PIERCE, Secretary & Treasurer. FRANCIS B. ALLEN, 2d Vice-President. 



WILMINGTON HICKORY BENDING WORKS, 
J. C^. BRlirH:!^, fioprietoi*. 

CARRIAGE and WAGON RIMS 



OF ALL. Kt>DS. 



Foot Tatnall Street, 



WILMINGTON. DEL. 



IXCOKl'OKATED 1S63. 



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C. B. ROGERS «£ CO. 

MAKERS OF THE LATEST IMTROVED 

Wood -Working Machinery. 

Warei ooms— 

Q4 PE^VRL STREET, BOSTOIV. 

Principal Office and Manufactory, - ■ NORWICH, CONN. 

PRICE, LEE & CO., 

PUBLISHERS OF 

-f^ rvleta.1 Trades Directory ^ 

For New Ed gland and New York City, 
206-210 MEADOW ST., NEW HAVEN. CONN. 



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S. D. KIMBARK, 

Micliisari j^ve. and JLake St., 
CHICAGO. 

r — 

IRON, STEEL, NAILS, 

Carriage, Wagon I Hsavy Hardware, 

WOOD MATERIAL. 

FINE CARRIAGE BODIES, 

FACTORY. ELKHAKT, I.ND. 



Heath ft Milligan Manufacturing Co., 

3IANrrACTL'BER8 OF 

COLOES 11 OIL M Ml Paints, OilSSI k 



OUT O^^CS-O, IX^Xj- 



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J. IT. r^r^Ei r^o, 

MANCFACTUKER OF 

CARRIAGE #CAB LAMPS 

No. 2 La Salle Avenue, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 

old ^Vork Kepaii'ed and Keplated. 



Phtetoii and Wagon Tops, Falls and Full Backs. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

188 and 1 90 Ohio Street. Chicago. III. 





FLiBlYIIKG g d^ DOBY]\ri:, 

10.1 S. Canal St., ^^^ CHICAGO, ILL., 

Manufacture CARRIAGE AND SPRING WAGON NECK YOKES. 

We maku six different style-: of Yokes and Centers, and six different sizes of Yokes for each 
style, from 114 in. to 'ii4 in. in diameter. Send for CMt>ilo?ue. 

CHICAGO DROP FORGE & FOUNDRY Co. 




-XTSJr, 



Carriage Hardware & General Drop Forgings. 

SOLE MANL'TACTUUECS OF 

SHIPEBEnHiili-Ralkr Shaft Coupling 

^XD OUICI-C-SHIFXER, 



LiC JL. UK HAKD'S Patent Solid Fora:cd Pole IJiace- 



CHICAGO. 1 L LS. 



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Cast ^ Steel W agon Skeins 



All Sizes and. Styles. 



HYDRAULIC PRKSSBS, 

WAG ox 3IAKERS and 3IACHIAISTS' VISES, 
DRILLS, TIHE BEIM3ERS «& SHRIINIiERS. 

Anvils and other Blacksmith Tools. 
*r .A.CJJiSL iS CDIBLJES'XPST' !S of «,11 X3escx-ix>tlozxs. 



Mauiifactiired by 

ILLINOIS IRON and BOLT CO., Carpentersville, IM. 

Koenig' & Bixler Manufacturing Co., 

MANUFACTURETiS OF 

BODIES, GEAR WOODS, SEATS, etc. 

t^ Write for Prices. FREEPORT, ILL. 



O XJ 3VL M I INT C3^ S c«3 EIMDE3 I^ Si O KT, 

DEALERS IX 

Iron, Steel and Heavy Hardware, 

W AGOK AXD CARRIAGE WOODWORK, 

416-418 S. Washington Street. .... PEORIA, ILLS. 



l^W" O O 33 -A- H. X> c*; HES"S', 

I WHOLESALE MANTFACTUBKES OF 

Pat. (1889) Anti-Horse-Motion Shackle. Royalty fur Sale. 
Sp<ediiis; Cail"* a Specially. STERI.IKO, ILL. 

THE ONLY MANUFACTURERS OF EAWHIDE BELTING IN THE COUNTEY. 



The Chicago Kawhide Maiuifactiiring Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Rawhide Belting, Lace Leather, 

ROPE, LARIATS, FLY NETS, 

Picker Leather, Stock and Farm Whips, Washers, Hame Sfrajis, Haine 
Strings^ Halters and other liaivhide Goods of all hinds, 

BY KRUEGER'S PATENT. 

75 and 77 OHIO STREET, near Market, - - CHICAGO. 

THE WATERLOO MANUFACTURING CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

BUGGY BODIES, 

i,„ WATERLOO, INDIANA. 






MANTKACTUrtEi: OF 



BUGGY BOWS, 

INDIANAPOLIS SPRING CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Wagon f Carriage Springs, 

Corner Sixth Street, and Hig Four Railroad, Indianapolis, Ind. 

"^TVJEI-A-T IS IT ? 

What Every Blacksmith and Carriase Builder Needs. 

THE HERCULES PUNCH. 

A machine for punching iron, cold, any thickness up to half inch, 
and in the following sizes: -^%, I, -f^, f, and | inch. It is made of iron, 
chilled steel and cast steel ; it weighs 195 pounds, talces up but small 
space in shop, being bolted to a solid wall or post. The Dies can be 
adjusted for different sizes in less than half a minute. Any pei'son 
can operate it. 

WHAT I§ CLAIMED FOR IT. 
1st. That it is the Simplest, Most Complete and Strongest Punch 
^'.'^"^" " in existence. 

2nd. That it will pay for itself from two to five times in a year in any ordinary shop. 

3rd. That it saves time and labor, which are both valuable, as no drilling is required. 

SEND FOR CIRCULiXRS AIVD PRICES. 

Manufactured and Sold exclusively by EMORY GIBBS, Terre Haute Ind. 




. H -A. nvi I=» T? O KT, 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 



CARRIAGE BODIES, 

No. 112 South East Street, - ■ ■ INDIANAPOLIS, INK. 

VAN CAMP HARDWABE and IRONCa 

Iron ^ Steel, Carriae^e Hardware, 

WOODWORK, SPRINGS, AXLES and CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS. 
Try the Raola Seat. XIM3IA.1V APOLT^. Iivr>. 



E5- !=►, sli-aiiTH cfc c:jo-, 

MAXUFACTCRERS OF 

First-Class HUBS and SPOKES, 

Jeffirson Sirest, nsar L. E. & W. R. R.. - - - MUNCIE, IND. 

ROAD WAGONS 

The lin9 of Roai Wagons offered by this Company are Unsurpassed. 

Write for Catalogue and Prices. 

, A C. LODMES, Mana^ar. LaPORTE WOOD MFS. CO.. LaPORTE, IND ^ . 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Before making your Contracts for 

TRIMMINGS and BUGGY BOOTS, 

WRITE TO 

GOLD BASE CARRIAGE SUPPLY CO., 

GOSHEN, INDIANA. 

FRECHTLING tc MORNER, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Hickofy and Oak Felloes, Sliatts and Poles. 

WAGON, CAERIAGE BOWS & HAEDWOOD LUMBER. 
SHELBYViLLE, INO. 

O'BRIEN VARNISH CO., 

AND LINSEED OIL CRUSHERS, 




E. G. s:m:ith:, 

MAMTACTLRER OF CAltRIACE TOPS A^D TRniMl.M.S. 
16 and 18 Lafayette St., Fort Wayne, Ind. 



H. E. RICHEY, 



MANUFACTURKR OF 




Wholesale and Retail, 



AUBURN, - - INDIANA. 



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CHUTB WAGON, 

Sliowiog BoiJy Parilj Elevated. 



PATENTED AND BTJILT BT 



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■116 to 420 E.Saratoga St., 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



Write for Trade Discounts. 




1, 2 or 3 Ton Capacity. 




MA.VrFACTUr.ERS OF 

BULETT'S PATENT VEHICLES 

Aud Leadins Stjies of Fine Carriages for the Trade. 

GEMRAL OFFICE A\D FACTORY AT CEI. AIR. MP. BRWCIl AT HELTA, PA. REPOSITORY, IS .\. HOWARD ST., BALTIIIORE. IID. 

Se2a.5. for Ca.ta.log"va.e suxxa. X'rice List. 



BALTIMOIIE IILI! FAflOlil, 

MANrFACTrEER OF 

Plain, Waroer, Star '" 

conipresTed hubs, 

Yoies, Singletrees, Etc. 




DKALEK IX 



Carriafre and Wajroii Hardware 

AXLES, SPRINGS, 

Sa.r XZ033. s.z3.d. Steel. 

JOHN STINSON, Prop., 

323 and 330 N. HOLLIDAY ST. 



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Frost's Wire Anti-Rattler, Tlie Leader. 

Pat. Jan. 20th, 1880. 

CUT ONE-HALF SIZE. Sample Pair sent to any Hardware or Saddlery Firm 

by addressing 

THE FROST THILL SPRING CO., 

109 Itingston Wt., I50ST01V, 3IA.SS. 



3VE .<f^ ft. S 17 O pa ' £» 

Hand and Foot Power Machinery. 



&Z Zje]n.03c St. 



^OSTOInT, Iv/I^A-SS. 




M-VNfFACTURERS OF 

WIRE GOODS of all Kindfi. 

Also "THE DEAX" Steel Sprincr Wajron Cushions, Horj e 
Muzzles, Wire Spe(?ialities, etc. 

OFFICE na FACTORY : 180 AIST1.\ STREET, WORCESTER, » iSS. 



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j^is/z isr^f\.sn, 



MANUFACTUr.ER OF 



Epss JiMrocer and all Ms of Biisioess Waps. 

FACTOKY, COK. EAST CHESTEK PARK AM) SWETT ST., 

:]Bog'T:*c:>ixr, ivea^ss*. 

MANL'FACTUREl'^ OF 

Hue l^t^^t warriages^ 

EXPRESS WAGONS, SLEIGHS, &c. 

Fost-Offioe Address, Ohioopee, Ivlass. 

FACTORY, 1-2 MILE WE3T OF CHICOPEE JUNCTION, WEST SPEINGFIELD, MASS. 



REPAIRING- NEATLY DONE. 



"\7"- tT. f<.£3JQC7£3, Successor to REECE BROTHERS, 



rYf- ^■.vN^Aru^ taAS?i,:gv^£>^^s>^g^^^-a>-Mv;^iA 




MACHINIST, and iiiaiiiifactiirer of Recce's Patent nnd Improved Screw Plates for Black- 
smiths' and Machinists' use. Also Taps and Dies of all descriptions made to order at reasonable rates. 

OR^:K:iVFITi:L,T>. T\TA!^'i8. 

IF-HNTJES T.A.I»SI, X>XJSS, rtE-A.3Vi:EHS, lETO. 




i=\i'u\=t^\itA& vAi't v^ vx v\ V V v V v^ 
LilGHTNINU AND GREEN RIVER SCREW PLATES. 

Bolt Cutters, Hand and Power Drilling Machines, Punching Presses, Tire Benders, Tire Upsetters and other Labor- 
Savlng Tools. Send for Price-List. 

WILEY & RUSSELL MFG. CO., GREENFIELD, MASS. 






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The Whitney Patent Shaft Coupling, 



Patented Feb. 19, 1878 ; Sept. 28, 1886. 




The only Coupling having an adjustable clamp 

bolt by means of which all wear of 

the rubber is taken up. 






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Whitney Patent Whiffletree Plate, 



Patented May 28, 1889. 
FEATURES : Double Socket, Graphite Lubrication on Plate Surfaces. 



For Illustrated Circular, Testimonial and Price List, address 

WHITNEY COUPLING CO., Whitinsville, Mass. 



MOR!^E T\\ I!^T DHILL AND MACHINE CO. 




Sena, for Ca,ta.log"M©. 



NEW ENGLAND SOCKET CO., 

WHOLESALE MAM FACTIKEKS OF 

WHIP SOCKETS. 

Wood and Leather Covered Sockets a Specialty. 

BEVERLY, MASS. 

Our Good!» are tlie Best and Prices the Lowest. 

Goods of any design made to order at short notice from sample. 

No. e.^. D. D. Fraser's Patent issued March ISth, 1890. 




DROP FORCINGS OF ALL KINDS, 

CARRIAGE STEPS A SPECIALTY. 



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ADVEETISEMENTS. 




VITRIFIED WHEEL COMPANY, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



NEW PROCESS EMERY ® CORUNDUM WHEELS 

For all Grinding Purposes. Will run Wet or Dr}'. Rapid Cutting, even wearing, long lasting. 
Emery Wheel Machinery, latest at most improved patterns. 



VITRIFIED WHEEI^ CO., 



WESTFIELD, MASS. 



Manufacturers Fine Grades of 

H 

L Y TV ]V, IVI A. |Si S. 



TT, 




MANUFACTUSEH OF CmMl EOIIES 

And Dealer in Carriages of every description. 




Heavy Work a Specialty. Prices Reasonable. 
Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



A 31 E» I5XJ K Y, 



3IASS. 



ARCHIBALD WHEEL COMPANY, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Iron Hubbed Wheels, 

For Express, Truck and Team Wagons, 

Carts, Portable Engines, Steam Fire Engines, Hose Carriages, etc. 

BY ARCHIBALD'S PATENT PRESS PROCESS. 
D. ARTHUR BROWN, Pres. H. PLUM:MER, Treas. E. A. ARCHIBALD, Agent and Sopt. 

TITUS & WALKER, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



SLEIGH DASH SCREENS. 

— AND — 

CARRIAGE NAME PLATES. 



Also, G-old, Silver and Nickel Plating in all its branches. 






WATER STREET, 



AMESBURY, MASS. 



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TSS. T. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



CARRIAGE BODIES AND SLEIGH WOODS. 

All "Work Warranted Kirst-Class. 



UNIVERSAL 

LcitlicrLiioiorrCo.'s 

Factory and Address, 

Franklin, Mass., 

U. S. A. 

P. o. Box ass. 

Send for Descriptive 
Circular. 



lAC SIMII.IC OF OL'RTRADK MAUK I.AHKI,. 

— pw»— — ^p^-^i— — .~ II I mm i Mj L I mi ll 



OlIR. tdOTTO ^ 1555 ^ 1[^PR0VE|^ENT. 




'*t <Jit THt Jf'N'tttS^l. 'JMM''>T£ 



Manufacturers 

OF 

mum m 



Patent Leather 
Dressings, 

The Celebrated Fleeced 

Moisture Leg 

Handag'-s, 

Fleeced HublnTtiweat 

Bandapes.eti;., etc. 



MILLER BROS., 



BUILDEB.S CF 



CARRIAGES 



In the Wood and Iron. 

Market St. cor. Hills St., AMESBORY, MSS. 

Fine Work a Specialty. 




PRICE, LEE Sl CO., 



i»ub3l.ish;ii:kj51 of the 



METALTRADESDIRECTORY 



-KOR- 



NEW ENGLAND AND NEW YORK CITY 



I=I5ICE ^-i.OO. 



-^ 206 to 210 MEADOW STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS, 




THE FOX MACHINE COMPAN 



Carriage 

Special 



manifactcreks of 




Builders' 




PLANER ^^^^r^^^B^w— KNIVES, 
3 SPINDLE UPRIGHT BORING MACHINES, 

The Fox Patent I iilverssl I H mm it, Kudo Sa»>, Jlltfrinc nachiiips, l>alh H»nd and Foot 
Poner. Also, llie Fox Iniprox-d Ln» Water Xo. 850 X. FROXT ST., • 

Alarm. :^ AM, noKK (;lAltAXTEEI). GRAM) R.VPIOS. MICH. 

COMMON SENSE SAND AND MUD BANDS. 

FARR'S PATENT. 

Suitable for all Vehicles. 

Only practical Axle Protector 
offered to the Trade. 

Over 100,000 S^eis in Use. 

Wa?}ted address of Carriage Hard- 
ware Jobbers issuing Catalogues. 

SEND FOR PRICE LIST. 




Tacks -^ s 
to Hud. -C =^ 



cupstoAxie WiLLIS M. FARR, Mfr., 

In ordering, name diameter of butt of Uuh. cvllar, and square of Axle. Dowagiac, Mich. 



^fos'N SMITH ^ 
DETROIT .MICH. ' 



HEADQUARTERS 



FOR THE BEST 



Name Flaie; Dash, Line and Seat Rails, 



i\ VWWltl BIllW WliM WVUV llUltWl 

HANDLES, Etc., in the Market. 
Get our Illustrated Catalogue, Terms and Best Prices before buying else^vhere. 

JOS. TV. Sl^XITM, 

l-O: a,i3.ca. 16 3VEa.coiaa.lD S*., IDETH.OIT, 3VXXC7ZZ. 

THE COXjE'ST '\7^^£^ar02>r CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

DELIVERY ^ AND ^ BUSINESS ^ WAGONS 



A. sf>b:cia.lty. 



236 to 242 S. Front Street, 



GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. 



Send (or Catalogue and Prices. 



S. S. BIGLER, 

JACKSON, MICH., 
Patentee and Builder. 

This is the easiest riding 
Cart in the market. The 
Ram Horn Springs that are 
used in its construction are 
the very best, oiled, tem- 
pered and warranted not to 
break. It lias the least horse 
motion and can be built for 
less money than any other 
Cart in the market. 

I am making them in three grades 
and styles, such as a light speed Cart 
from 65 lbs to 120 lbs., a Phaeton Cart, 
also a common Two-passenger Cart. 
I will let some good party have the 
Carts to manufacture on royalty or 
will sell patent. 

Correspondence solicited. 




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NEWTON CARRIAGE CO., 




MANUKACTrRERS OF THE 



ITEWTOU SPmUG LIGHT BUGGIES and ROAD WAGOITS. 

SEND KOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICES 

KALAMAZOO, MICH. 

T. H. Wilson Carriage Body Mfg. Co. 

Manufacturers of 




STICK OR SPINDLE SEATS, 

pateiii jreruuiiiy -otti, isuo. T. H. Wilson. Inventor and Patentee. 

Which are Far Superior to anything in the line of Buge-j- Seats ever offered to the trade in this country. This Seat is 

made with Wood or Iron Spindles. Manufactured in four sizes, 26x16, 28x16, 29x16, 30x16. 

k:a.la3xazoo. - >iic;h:iga.i\. 

The Anderson Phaeton Road Cart, coii spring' comYmation. 

Manufactured throughout from select materia!: 
large roomy body, with full seat same as used on a 
bugt^y, mounted "mth step behind and ladles' easy 
lh;et"on step In front: wide or narrow track: 
ample carrying room under seat. 

Dealers who want the best selling Body Cart on 
earth should secure territory for 1S91 at once. 

We are also proprietors of the PORT HOROX 
TOP Co., manufacturers of all grades of Carriage 
Tops, Cushions, Backs and Trimmings. 

Address 



ANDEKSON I CO,, 




IIRT Km, MIl'H, 



_ ""; r. s. .4. 

Mannfactnrers of Road Wagons, Carts, Carriag-e Tops and Triininines. 





Write for Catalogue and Prices. 



STIRGIS ROAD CART CO., 

STXJROIS, m:ich[. 

One barness-maKer sold sixty In a town of 240 inhabitants. We alBO 

manufacture 

BUGGIES, ROAD WAGONS and SPEEDING 
CARTS and SULKYS. 



PRICE, LEE & CO., 

PUBLISHERS, 






THE METAL TRADES DIRECTORY, 

FOE NEW ENGLAND AND NEW YORK CITY. 

206-2IO Meadow St., New Haven, Conn. 



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J. H. McCABE, 

WT. I^OXJIW, ]VlO. 



A few of the many reasons why our Fifth Wheel and King 
Bolt and Axle Center are the l)e8t ever invented : 

Ist. Because the Fifth Wheel and T Plate being one 
piece, It Is impossible to break where the reach and head- 
block c )nnect. 

2d. Bpcause the King Bolt being made so strong, and 
passlnjj through the sockets made to receive It on top and 
bottom of Fifth Wheel and solid lug on the axle, prevents 
all rolling of front axle and rattling of flftli wheel. 

3d. The Iving Bolt being placed behind the axle enables 
the w.igon to turn shoiter. 

4th. Because, although being strong and durable, it Is 
as \li\n looking as any Fifty Wheel made. 

StU. Because there is* no possibility of its getting out of 
order, and, if broken by accident or worn out, can be 
replaced quicker and cheaper than any other. 



MANUFACTURERS OP 

ALL GRADES "EXCKLSIOR" 

For Carriage and Carriage Cushion Makers. 
1721 and 1723 NORTH EIGHTH STREET, ST, LOUIS, MO. 



KNOCKS 'EM ALL OUT ! 

THE SCUDDER SEAT - FASTENER 

Is Simple, Durable and Cheap. 

Is easily applied and the seat can be fastened anywhere on the body. 
It is applied in less time than it lakes to apply any other, and Is oper- 
ated 80 simple as to be readily understood by anyone. 

SAMPLE PAIR, BY MAIL, - - 20 CENTS. 

Special rates to jobbers or manufacturers in quantity. 

H. F. BORBEIN, Sole Manufacturer, 

ST. 1L.OXJIS, IVIO. 



isr E ^w J^ R. k:, isr. j., 

MANUFACTtTRKB OP 




RIBB SPRINGS A SPECIALTY." 



SPRINGS. 






Sole Owner and Manufacturer of Silvester Patent Tire. 

ALSO MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

SEND FOR PRICE LI:5T. 2021 Pine Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. 



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ESTABLISHED 1827. 



S. HALSEY & SON, 



Manufacturers of all kinds of Oak Tanned 



D 




) 





-FOR- 



Canines, Harness, Sloes and [Ipliolstercfs' Use. 

Special attention given to Preparation of Lsather for Export. 



GEO. A. HALSEY. 



WM. A. HALSEY. 



GEO. E. HALSEY. 



M. 0. RIORDAH & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



a 



THE '"^N^CHOE, BRAISTD," 

Patent, Enameled, and all Colors and Kinds of 

FURKITURE, BOW, RAILING, COLLAR, DASH, FANCY AND CARRIAGE 






67 to 79 Oliver St. (near Chestnut St. Depot, Penn. R. R.), NEWARK, N. J. 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

Express and Business Wae:ons, 

O 33 O XS. :E3 SS, SS. J. 



C. A. WOOLSEY'S PAINT & COLOR CO., 



MANUFACTURKllS (IF 






FINE ^ COACH ' COLORS. 

BRUSHES FOIt PAINTING, VARMSHLNO AXD STRIPINO. 

JESRSEJ-K- OIT'K', 3N-- J"-, XJ. S. JS^. 



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SSX.^SXiXSXZSX3 ±SZ^. 



CHAS. H. GILLESPIE & SONS' 

RELI ABLK 








No. 74 Cortlandt St., New York. 

PACTOET, llAEION, H. J. 



FACTORY, 



WILMINGTON, DEL. 




N. Y. OFFICE, 



14 DEY STREET. 




MANUFACTUREKS OF THE CELEBRATED 



"ACME"™"IXL" 

SOLID 

Sole Leather 

WASHERS. 

SOLE AQENXS OR 



» 



BWhWMVW PFG, C©. 




Cook's 
Patent 




^^ ^^3 \<2>^- 



Carriage 
Wrench. 



HOLD KAST." 



No wagon is complete without our Wrench and Wasliers. Correspondence solicited. 
Send for Samples, Price List and Discounts. 



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39 "VESE"^ ST., 



NEV^ YORK. 



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FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS FOR 

CARRIAGE MAKERS 

No. 14 Murray St., and No. 17 Park Place, NEW YORK. 
JELLIO^l^T BUR«,IS & CO., 

Mnniifactiirois, Selling Agcnti?, and Comtnissioii Merchants, 

Foreign and Domestic Wooleas, Cloths, Carpets, Silks, and Satins for Carriage 

Linings; Plushes, Moquettes, and Velours for 

Sleigh Linings. 

5§ AXO 60 WOKTH'STKEET, - NEW YORK. 



CHIME AND SLEIGH HAIR PLUMES, 



MANUFACTUUER OP 



MILITARY % SCHUTZEN TRIMMINGS, 



METAL STAMPING GO. 

404-108 East 32(i St., NEW YORK. 

Perfection Curtain Fastener, 

Cl3.ea.pest &.-a.<3. Best. 

CANOPY TOP CURTAIN FASTENINGS, 

o Styles. 

The Perfect Stump Joint. 

Curtain Lisli's, Buckle Loops, Knob Eyelets, Carriage 

Kuobs, Curtain Straps, Skeleton Whip Socket. Our 

New Wngon Curtain Patch, Japanned Lining 

Nails, Top Proi)8, T. P. Nuts and Rivets, 

Cloth and Leather Covered Buttons 

and Tacks, etc., etc. 

SEND FOS OUK LATEST CATALOGUE, JOST ISSUED. 



mmmm w^w mmwm i"S*c 



Just think of the conven 
ieoce of raising and lowering 
youi Buggy Top from the 
inside This is easily ac. 
complished with the device 
shown herewith. Simple, 
durable and cheap. Write 
for circulars. 



THE STILLMAN TOP ADJUSTER CO.. 

LOCK BOX 477. HORNELLSVILLE, N. T. 




X^^^XjIVE, if^jejout 



T»A»SFEa 



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For Carriagei), Sleighs, Busses, Agricultural Iiuplemeots, etc. 
Trade Marks a Specialty. Illustrated Catalogues free on application. 

3 West 13 street. NEW YORK; 45 La Salle Street, CHICAGO. 

PORT CHESTER BOLT AND NUT CO. 



TIRZ: BOI^TS. 



poi^T oh:este£^. 



isTEv^ itoi^k:. 



Our Interchangeable 
and Ground-fit 



ESTABLISHED 1850 

AXLES 



are Superior to 
any in the market. 



llOCHESTEll AXLLli: CO., Rochester, IV. Y. 

Send for Samples. Price made on application. 






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DASHES 



AND 



F! 



ENDERS 



EST 
QUALITY. 





BUFFALO, N. Y. 



CONGEALED 

HEAD BOLTS 



WITH ALL 



C Patiern. 

SIDE-RAIL SURREY DASH. 



Dashes anJ Fenlers. 



^et^rr At-o »or o^< 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Buggy Tops, Cushions, Backs, Etc., 

Nos. 80, 82 and 84 TERRACE. 



CRANDAL, STONE &. CO., 



MANIIFACTUREBS OP 




TUBULAR BUW SUCKETS 

Carriage Hardv^are, 

ANB 

TOP TRIMMINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Best Quality Goods at Lowest Prices. 

.^LEx;.A.ivi>E:ii's 
PATENT ANTI-RATTLER. 

Easy attached, fastens draw bolt nut from getting loose, and can be 
tightened as desired. 

E-H- 1i^JL.XXj, 2 5c. F.A.XTZ. 
For the trade, apply to 

x*. .i^ Xj :e3 2s: j^ zir i> £3 iFL y 

CORTLAND. N. Y. 

AMERICAN GEAR AND SPRING CO , 

STOP MANUFACTURERS OF READ 

TH0M4S' TORSION SPRING BUGGIES, 

Gears, Surreys, Buckboards and Bodies. 

seM.a. for T»xico x-ist. 1445 Niagara Street, BUFFALO, N. Y. 




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BUFFALO CARRIAGE CO., 



MAXUFACTUREKS OK 



Carriages ^^-^A^Sleigtis, 

1220 to 1240 BROADWAY, BUFFALO, N. Y. 

ADJOINING N. V. C. BELT LINE. 

We build a line of Vehicles combining style, handsome proportions 
and elegant finish with moderate price. Our Crosby Coil-Spring Side 
Bar is not excelled for easy-riding qualities. It is noiseless, and car- 
ries heavy or light load with equal ease. 

JOI{BER»!«, DEAI-EKl*. WKITE IS FOU IMtlCES*. 

Manufacturers of 

Wood Hub, Keimy Band, Warner and Sarvern 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON WHEELS, 

CHAPINVILLE, ONTARIO CO., N. Y. 



Send for Priceliats anil Discounts. 



CORTLAND OIL CLOTH CO., HOMER, N. Y., 



nEaniilacturers 
of- 



SCOTCH CARRIAGE CARPETING AND BACK-STAY BOARD. 



^-A-XEi^oTEis OCT. 1SS5 ana ises. 



This Carpet has a Manilla Felt foundation, covered with clieniically prepared Paints, rendering it innpeivlous to 
water, holds colors well, will outwear the cheap Burlap oil cloth, and costs less. Send for prices. Kefereuces : 



Cortland Wagon Co., Cortland, N.Y. 
Buffalii Carriage Co.; Buffalo, N. Y. 
Mich. Buggy Co., Kalamazoo, Mich. 
W. A. Paterson, Flint, Mich. 
Eureka Co.. Rock Falls, ill. 
W. S. Frazier & Co., Aurora, 111. 



Emerson & Fisher Co., Cincinnati, O. 
Standard Wagon Co., " " 

Enterprise Car'ge Mfg. Co. " " 

Mansfield Buggy Co , MansHeld, O. 
L. & .M. Woodliull, Dayton, (). 
HA Muckle Mfg.Co.,St.Paul P'k,Minn. 



Fish Bros. Mfg. Co.. liaclne. Wis. 
N. W. Mfg. Co., Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 
McFarlan Car'ge Co..Conner8vllle,Ind. 
Parry Mfg. Co., Indianapolis, Ind. 
LaPorte Wood Mfg. Co., LaPorte, Ind. 
Stutz & Walker, Goshen, Ind. 



- CfcJ J". 

» NYACK, ROCKLAND CO., N. V. 



Mfrs. of Fine Russian Slcichs for ^^e T^de, 

FINISHED AND IN THE WHITE. 
ALL THE LATEST STYLES. 



A. VOGT, Preside>'t. 



W. H. HUTCniNSON, Sbcrktary. 



ROCHESTER COACH-LACE CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF FINE 



Gawiage aqd Mm Tfiraraing^, 

COVERED TACKS, NAILS AND BUTTONS; SEAMING, PASTING AND BROAD 
LACE; TUFTS, CORDS, FRINGES, TASSELS, &c. 

Canopy Top Friiii;e§ in All Styles a Specialty. 



332 North St. Paul St., 



Rochester, N Y. 




THE MULHOLLAND SPRINGS 

Are adapted to all classes of Light Vehicles. 

EAST RIDING. NO SIDE BARS. 

Catalogue and Prices of Springs and Geare sent 
on ai)pllcatlon. 

MULHOLLAND SPRING CO., 

DUNKIRK, N. Y. 



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AD V KKTISEMENTS. 



SIC^^T II^OIXS. 





."k.LJU»„ 




IlieFAm DOUBLE LOCn WW, 




k- 



I'HItE, $110. Miliilifiu-trircd liy BOXING, $1. 

3IAK'l"liN 1»AY]NE, 

ANo Dealer in Track ami Koad Horses, 
243 and 245 FIRST ST., TROY, N. Y. 



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HEXIti' A. SCHAEFKK. 



cllAS. P. SCULEGiiL. 



SCHAEFER & SCHLEGEL, 

CARIMAGE AM) lIKAHSi: TltlMMIXGS, 

C O -A. G PI LACE, 

Canopy Fringces, Cords, diinipK, TaMseU, Buttons, Turt«, Ktc, 
35 to 39 North St. Paul Street, ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

Syracuse Dash Works, 

MANUFACTUKKHS OK 





ALL STYLES 



Feoilers aiiil Carriage Triiiiiiiiiigs. 

SOLID FOOT DASHE«; FOR FINE WORK 
A Si'EClALTY. 

303 & 305 Wallace St., 

SYRACUSE, N. Y. 



CARRIAGE FORGINGS. 

Also, Full Line of Coach and Truck Forgings. 

UNION HARDWARE CO.. - 



Union, N. Y. 



Catalogues on Application. 



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Owncrm niid I>Iaiiiif.icriii-ei-!« ot the Celebrated 



SCHAD AVHEEL 

Also Maiiiifaetiirers of Wood Hub, Compressed Band, Keniiey Baud, 
Warner and Sarven Carriage and Wagon Wheels. 

It is recognized as tlie best Wheel now l)erore ilie public among all sk'Hed wheelwrights. 



-A-TTOC-A-, 



STEXTBEOSr CO., OM. '^. 

Send for Price List. 



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V. H. TIEISOUT & SONS. 

IIIHGOI MD CAEEIUGE ITERIS, 

IRON AND STEEL 

Blaclf smiths' Supplies and Tools. 
/M/^z^^/zr-/-, ^^ -,-,,_. L*; OAK. ASH. HICKORY & POPLAR LUMBER 

jf/Aw l^-isitxVi^ Specially selerted for v\ agon IJullders. 



•«!<• Aareiit-* for the j»nlp of Ihc Aiiirricmi AA'heel 

t'omi>iiiiy"?« Snrv«'ii niiU Wiiriu-r I'lileiit 

Wheels for New ^'ork niid \iciiiily. 

ffi.e Grand St. cor. Kent Av., BROOKLYN, N. Y. 





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THIS 

ion 

HAS NEVER 

BEEN EQUALED 



It is PERFECT. 



Wc al§o iUake the Best and Cheapest 



BUCK BOARD SPRINGS 



E^sTEXe JPIBOID-CrCEi:). 



IS^ Write 118 for full particulars. 



EDWARD STORM SPRING CO. (Limited), 
BIRDSALL, WAITE & PERRY MFG. CO., 

Sole Manufaoturerg of the 



MINEOLA CART. 

Manufacturers of the 

Clapp Pat. Adjostalile Pole. 

The best Adjustable Pole in the market. 

No malleable irons used In Its 

construction. 

Manufacturers of all kinds of Gears 
and parts. Bodies of all descriptions 
made to order. Cutter and Sleigh 
Woods Ironed and Unironed. 

WHITNEY'S POINT, N. Y. 




St: 




Horse-Shoers' * nc, wi,. loo lbs. 



PATTERSON'S 

PATENT rORGE. 



PATTERSON'S Patent Portable Forge has 
been in use since 1866, and has given entire 
satisfaction. The Forge is very compact and 
durable. It consists of a Hearth and Base of 
cast iron connected by a substantial Wrought 
Iron Body. The Tuykkk is simple and Inde- 
structable. Xo water is required to keep It 
from burning out, and It is so arranged as to 
be lowered to cUar the fire or to allow of a 
large volume of blast for special occasions. 
The ashes are dropped into the body of the 
Forge and afterwards removed through a 
door at the base. The larger sizes are very 
much superior to the ordinary brick Forge.s. 
The Canopies are composed of Sheet iron 
(No. 16) and maybe made to vary in conven- 
ience by cutting away at the helghtli of the 
opening, so as to leave an open front one-half 
its size, so that it will not interfere with put- 
ting on a long bar. Tne section cut away will 
be replaced in a groove, so as to shove entirely 
out of the way.or close up to prevent the smoke 
and gas from going into the room, if desired. 

Brown!t&; Patterson, Brooklyn, K.Y. 




Carriage Makers' Fire, wt. 250 lbs. 



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A. J. MILLER & CO., 



MANDFACTUKERS OF- 



CARRIAGE BODIES 



OF EVERY STYLE. 



BELLEFONTAINE, 



OHIO. 



TOP REST No. 97. 

Solid. JE^.^3.■b■ber Bscrxel. 




THE DASH AND CARRIAGE GOODS CO. 

CINCINNATI, O. 



WOLFF & CO., 



DEALEUS IX 



IRON AND STEEL. 

Springs, Axles and Plow Steel, 

HEAVY HARDWARE, 

And Wood Work for Buggies and Wagon:. 

LEATHER CLOTH, RUBBER GOODS. 



586 & 588 Central Av., Cincinnati, O. 



JAMES O'CONNOR 

<l j^ ■ .. MAN'F-'R OF- ^— — ^^:J) - 

Carriage Name Plates 

14-1 W. Sia ST. CIN'TI.O. 



STEEL STAMPS, 

Letters and Figures. 

METAL CHECKS. 



Mend, lor sample of -Plates. 



STEEL STAMPS for Wood and Iron. 

STENCILS, RUBBER STAMPS, 

BRASS SIGNS 

For Wagons and Carts. 
_--. ,r.i n> . ./» Send for 

52 to 60 Longworth St. , Cincinnati 0. newest styles and 



^cJAS.oMURDOCKJR.v, 

MMEi^PLATES 

■^S LONGWORTH ST CINT'l.O. 



LOWEST PRICES. 



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I». It. IMITCHELI-^ Ac CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

cvmt.^t> MAtu Ant> $iio$$ 

ESPECIALLY FOR THE CARRIAGE TRADE. 

HO and 142 W. Pearl St., Cincinnati, 0. 13 Elizabeth St., N. Y. 126 Franklin St., Chicago, 111. 

SOLID METAL HUB BANDS 

Manufactured by 

272 to 280 Coleraine Av., CINCINNATI, O. 
ALSO. A LINE OR FINE CARRIAGE AND HEARSE MOUNTINGS. 



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The Miller Carriage Co., 

BELLEFOINTAIIVE, O., U. S. A. 




BODIES 



OF 



LATEST STYLES 



AND 



FINEST GRADES. 



SEND rOR OHAETS AND 
LOWEST PRIOE. 



PEERLESS BUGGY TOP CO., 




MANUFACTDRBRS OF 



CHEAP BUGGY TOPS, 

^ CUSHIONS AND BACKS, 

18 E. 2d St., - Cincinnati, Ohio. 



CONTRACTS OUR SPECIALTY. 



QUEEN CITY TOP MFG. CO., 



MANOFACTUUEKS OF 



Carriage and Buggy Tops, 

18 E. Second Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



ALL KINDS OF TRIMMINGS. 




"XTV'OOID, :E^'FL0^S7^1SI c«3 cjo.. 



MANUFACTUHERS OF 



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Behlen Boot 



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THE BEHLEN BOOT rests entirely mi tup of body, and is the most ornamental 

Boot in the marliet, the molding' being of silver, oroide or japan, to 

correspond with trimmings on buggy. Send for order 

blanlis explaining measurements. 

MANUFACTURPn) EXCLUSIVELY BY 

JLm TLm O C^ TS^ tka CJ 0-, 

Manufacturers of Carriage Specialties, 

oiisrGiiisrKr^Ti, oi^io. . 



MOi^-ii^isorv Sc 



CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



MAKUFACTDRERS OF 



Carriage Lamps and MountinG;s. 




WITH 2 



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HANDi^E 



DETACHABLE DASH RAIL 





WITHOUT 



HANDLE 



Gold, Silver, Oroide and Kickel 
Plating, CAKRI ACE PLATES, H UB 
BASDS, Clnb Handles, Cross-Strap 
Fixtures, Seat Handles (all slyles) 
Pole Crabs, Pole Tips, Single-Tree 
Tips, \eck-Toke Tips, Kails and 
Half Bails. 

Tlie II. & C. Delaclialjle Dasli Rails, 

are strong, durable, elegantly finished 
and Nickel Plated, and can be fitted to 
any Dash in four niinutes, and pro- 
tects the Dash from wearing on top. 

FOR SAMPLE KAIL. 

OROIDE OR NICKEL, . . . |il.25 
GOLD, LW 

In Ordering, gire Length of Dash. 

Send for Catalogue. 



CINCINNATI PLOW % BELLOWS AVORKS. 

BEST GRADE OF^ 




BEI.LO^W'S. 

Open Very Wide. 

Strong, Steady Blast. 



614 MAIN STREET, 

CIIVriNNATI, OHIO. 

Portable Forges and Tuyere Irons. 



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BEHRENS' mm REIN HOLDER. 




This HOLDER deserves the attention of 
every dealer in the country. First, because 
there is a growing demand for such an article, 
and second, because it is the only practical one 
the market affords. 

It is composed of two eccentrics, and is inde- 
pendent of the spring, so far as holding the 
Reins is concerned, when any strain is brought 
to bear upon it. 

The spring of course adds to it, by giving it a 
good opening and closing, and prevents rattling 
when the vehicle is in motion. It can be placed 
either on the right side or top of dash, and 
wherever used has been found to be indispen- 
sable. Discounts cheerfully furnished. 

Address, 

BEHRENS & NIELSON, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 









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The construction of tbis new article combines great simplicity, with strength, durability and neatness. 

Nothing but sheet steel is used on the frame, insuring great stiffness and good fit all the time, as it never warps 
like frames where wood is used. The outside of the frame is provided with a moulding, making it highly ornamental. 
The joint between frame and covering material (leather or rubber) is perfectly water-proof, because it is constructed 
like tlie standing seam of a roof. Ko water can accumulate on top of the cover, because it overlaps the fram". The 
frame Itself is of such a height as to make it impossible for dust and dirt to get inside of the body, and it Is also highly 
japanned, preventing all damage by scratching to the latter. 

A trial of our Boot will convince you at once of the correctness of our statements, and after using it once you will 
never want any other. 

In ordering, please observe the following points : State kind of material wanted, 
straight or concave. 

Also please give the following dimensions, as indicated in the accompanying cut : 

1st Width of back-panel, as shown at (i) In the cut. 

2d Distance from back-corner to base of seat-riser. 

3d Length of angle of seat-riser from top of panel to bottom of seat. 

4th. Height of seat-riser on a perpendicular line. 

5th Width of body at base of seat-riser. 

6th! Width of body at top of seat-riser; and finally— 

7th Distance from upper edge of bar supporting seat, to outer edge of back-panel. 



State whether seat-riser is 



No. 456:Plum St., corner Madison Street, 



CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



CAPITAL CITY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 

MANUF4.0TURKR8 OP 




Erib'sFatsni Ski kStiggj Seal. 



Bnggy Seats of every description, Busjgy Bodies. Gearing and Wood Work of all kinds. 

COLXJl^BXJS, O. 






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•-»Ji»-^33<> MAIIN STREET. 



Mmple, Durable, Saves Cost and Labor 
in applying. No Sprlnj; Bars nor Seat Hooks 
required. 

ONLY FOUR BOLTS NEEDED 

To fasren to seat and wagon. Made of one continuous piece 
of dleel. No weld, joint or rivet to weaken or cause breakage. 
Can be attached to seat, ready for u»e In five niiiuu. s. f^" temrored. fully tested and warranted, 
at a cost of 2!^ cents. 




CHEAPEST, 
LIGHTEST 

and BEST 

iu the Market. 



We want Live Dealers in E?ery Town iu the United States to 
Handle Oar Goods. Write for Prices. 




Seat with King Spring 
weighs only little more 
than One Half of others. 



Chattanooga Patent Wagon 



The VEHICLE SPRING & MFG CO., 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 




Solid Crucible Steel Fully Warranted. 



ANTI-KATTLKKS FOR WHIFFLETREKS, 

That will effectually and permanently prevent all rattle of 
parts, win greatly lessen wearing of plates, save breakage of 
holts, and stop the whlffletree getting set or working so hard as 
to gall horse. 

Simple, durable, neat, cheap, easily put on, will work with 
any plate, and wherever tried meet with universal approval. 

Perfect satisfaction guaranteed in every case. Sample by 
mall for 25 cents. Try one. Endorsed by best manufacturers. 




FAY, CRISP & CO., Elyria, Ohio. 



C. Z. KROH & CO., 

TOLEDO, OHIO. 



Thie Largest Carriage Top 

Ivlaniifacttjirers in 

the U. S. A. 



SEND FOE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES. 




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ADVERTISEMENTS, 







L. DEINZER cfe SOlSr, 



MAXUFACTURERS OF 



RIMS, SHAFTS, POLES, BOWS, Etc., 

113 to 117 'Water St., Hamilton, Ohio. 

0f;unp.s 

Address HENEY EICE. 'PAYTON.OH IQ. 
J. A^. GLEASON & BRO.. 





MANUFACTURERS OF 



Wagon and Carriage Wood- Work, Sleigh Material, etc. 

Elm Hu-b Blockis a Specialty. 



"We Manufacture for the trade Jump Seat Irons with improved Lazy-Back Lock Attachment 

for Surreys, and also Triple Jump Seat Irons for Buck Boards. Can be 

adjusted to three positions. Send for circular and prices. 

STAR JUMP SEAT CO., SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. 



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THE GARRIIIGE SUN SHADE CO., 

T H O Y, OHIO, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

ADJUSME CAHmSE M SHADES, k 

These Shades furnished Free by Manufacturers 
of First-Class Canopy Top Work. 

FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. 

Write for our >'ew Catalogue for 1891. 



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We lUaii II fact lire a full line of 





BURCH & COLLINS, 

COLUMBUS, OHIO. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



81 




REYNOLDS BROS., 

iraiid-ciTt Files ^ Irtasps, 



ALSO 



PATENT FILE HANDLES. 

A Specialty of Re-cutting 
Old Files. 

133 to 139 Nortli Water Street, 

COLUMBUS, OHIO. 

Files for all branches of the Carriage Trade. 
Send for Prices. 



]uf^|-|ANDQuT. ^ACHINE (^UT 



We show here our cut, representing; tlie teeth 
of onr Hand cut Files, and al^o the Machine- 
cut, in order to g\v(i tlie file ustrs an idea as to 
the difference in the teeth, so they will know the 
reason why our flies do twice as much work, 
quicker and better, with less labor, tlian any 
Machine-cut. 




THE SMITH CAPITAL CITY WHEEL CO., 

The Carriage Trade and all users of Carriage 
Wheels are iuvited to try a set of this Company's 
Wheels, and you must then admit they excel ali 
others. The advantages over all other m akes are 
too numerous to mention in this space. Weight 
of Hub, with Malleable Sleeve on (Buggy size), 
about two lbs. 

The manner of attaching the Spoke to the 
Felloe with the Clip has no rival. Rims will 
last from two to three times longer than Hims 
bored and put on in the usual way, from the fact 
that we have merely a Solid Felloe. Spoke Ten- 
ons can never break. The Felloe cannot split nor 
break down nor flatten between Spokes, causing 
looseness of Tire. All water and mud is entirely excluded from Spoke Tenon and Shoulder. 

For Circulars giving full details and Price List addresn the Company. 

THE WHEEL HAS BEEN THOKOIGHLY TESTED FOK OVKK TWO YEARS. 

ouivrviiVGm^^Jvx ac oo., 

PROPRIETORS OF 

Fostoria Spoke and Bending Works, 

A^fD MANUFACTURERS OF OAK AND HICKORY SPOKES. 

Finished Patent Spokes for Sarven Wheels, Sawed Felloes, Bent Oak Rims for Wagon or Truck Wheels. Bent Hickory 

Rims, Bent Wagon flounds, White Ash Buggy Bows and Express Wagon Hows, etc., etc. 




E'osT'on.iua., ozzxo. 



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BUCKEYE PAINT AND VARNISH CO., 



MANUFACTUKERS OP 



FINE VARNISHES AND JAPANS, 

co-^cKE consoles, 

Prepared Paiots, White and Colored Leads, 
TOILiESX^O, OHIO- 

THE BLOCHER PHAETON CO., 

LIMA, OHIO. 




Wlij Ik BLOCeER CART is Ik Best. 

Because the Patent Adjustable 
Hangers give an easy swing 
motion — no jolt, no liorse-mo- 
tiou, as the Hangers will not 
admit a particle of it. 



Make Eight Stories. 
$18 TO $100. 



Send for i^ample Cart or for 
Catalosrue. 



The Greatest Success of the Age. 



A practicable STEEL BUCGY GEAR, recogDized and 
admitted by all of the Carriage Builders present at the Convention 
of the C. B. N. A. held in Chicago, 111., Oct. 13, 14 and 15, 1890, as 
the Beat Gear of its kind ever offered to the trade. 

Unbreakable. No joints to show, llore durable than any other. 




Write for Descriptive Circular and Price List, or, better yet, 
order a sample Steel Buggy Gear for your own use, and satisfy 
yourself that it is 

THE BEST IN THE TrORJL.r>. 



2^j:a.i2.vxf actMrei "b^-^ 



THE AMERICAN STEEL GEAR CO., 

Nos. 381 and 383 South Erie St.. Toledo, Ohio, U. S. A. 



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SB«S^;^5i - 



AKRON, OHIO, 

Sole Manufacturers of 

SELLE'S PATENT 

TRUSSED PLATFORM, 
TRUCK, OMNIBUS, 

COMBINATION and 

THREE SPRING 




WAGON ^ GBARS. 




SELLE'S PATENT END-GATE IRONS. 

These irons serve as corner-posts, braces 
and hinges. 

They lock the end-gate, and also look 
the sides from spreading. 

There are no springs to weaken, rattle 
or break. 

None of the irons show on outside of 
the body. 

THB SSLiLiE: GSAR CO 

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AD VERT1SEMKNT8. 



SCHLiOSSKR BU&GY GO.^ 

BUILDERS FOR THE TRADE OF FINE 

Carriages, "Wagons, Phsetons, Bucktoards, 

SPRIBG WAGONS, Etc., of Latest Styles and Varieties, 



ALSO JIANTJFACTUREKS OF THE 



SCHLOSSER PATENTED TIRE SETTER AND COOLER. 



SEND FOR CATALOGUES AND PRICE LISTS. 

OEI^I^IVCJE, - OHIO 

TJHU 




Lonj S; illstaiisr 

COMPANY, 



HAMILTON, 



OHIO. 



Double, Single, Angle-Bar, Gang, 

Horizontal. Twin Boiler. 

Spacing, Gate, Multiple, Belt, and 

Steam-Drlven 

PUNCHES andSHEARS 



OVER 300 SIZES. 
Send for Vew Catalogue. 




CART MANUFACTURERS, ATTENTION ! 

The Lewis Adjustable Spring Seat Bar 




St: 



Is the ONLY Spring which " absolutely prevents Horse Motion" in Road Carts. 

Supplied to Cart Manufacturers in any quantity and at a very low price. This cheapest 

and best of all springs makes a Road Cart a veritable " Luxury on Wheels." 

Correspondence solicited. Address LEWIS & HAMPTON, 

Manufacturers ami Proprietors, DETROIT, MICH. 

Dealers wishing to handle the " Only Cart without Horse Motion " will be supplied with a list of manufacturers who 
use our Patent Spring upon application. 



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MANDPACTUKERS OP 



Goac5 and Ghi' Vai^flighe? and Japan^ 

OFFICES: 

60 Pearl Street, New York; 16 North 12th Street, Philadelphia. 

FACTORY A.ND WORKS, PASSAIC, N. J. 



Pennsylvania Fifth Wheel Works, 

E. R. PACE, 

(Successor to H. 0. SCOTT, :> 



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MANUFACTURER OP 



CLIP AND PLAIN 

Full Circle 

FIFTH WHEELS, 




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MAKUFACTURER OF 

Fine Carriage Mountings, Name Plates, Etc. 

Gold, Silver and Nickel Plating for the Trade. Orders solicited from the Trade. 

249 Arch Street, - - PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



FINE * VARNISHES * AND * JAPANS, 



P. O. ADDRESS, 
BOX 41,2, PITTSBritCJII, PA. 



FACTORY, 
SHARPNiBlIRJ}, VV. P. R. R. 



STEPHENS & BARNDT, 



MANUFACTURKBS OF 



BENT FELLOES, SHAFTS, POLES, 

And all kinds of Sleigh Bending. Also, Finished Bob-Sleds and Wood Work. 

COOPFRSBUPC, PA. 
Manufacturers of [ ^ [ l^^l S^^ 



EXPORT TRADE A SPECIALTY. SE\D FOK PRICES. 



LANCASTER, PA. 



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WHOLESALE M ANUFACTUREK!^ OF 



BUGGIES, PHAETONS ^Si "ALTICK" ROAD CART. 

Our Specialties, ••Natural Wood" Surries, Wngonettes ami McCaull Wagons. 
Catalogue and Price List on application. L A.1NC A-^T JiiTl, T'A. 



a" O H KT S T 

MANUFACTURER OP 

aSMS^ 90'WS» SSAT MAtt-Uf STC* 

Also my Patent Machine for Bending Reaches. 
Send for Catalogue. LANCASTER, PA. 

R. J. SHAl'LEr. W. A. EBEKLT. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

VS^HEELS, HUBS, ETC. 

FACTORY, cor. Frederick and Simpson Sts., MECHANICSBURG. PA. 

is.^.^0 ]\x. jpie:jrsotn. 

Successor to STRAHORN, PIERSON & CO., 

WHEEL MANUFACTURER, 

TOUCHKENAMON. PA. 

Sarven Wheels, Plain Wood Hub Wheels, Warner Wheels, Compressed Band Wheels, Star Wheels aid Phoenix Wheels. 

^J ROBERT A. WENDEL, 

/ / ■'' ^!T^ ^'"^ MIFFLINBURG, PA., 

^^ ^- J^ ^ MIFFLINBURG BODY WORKS. 

^^^^^^_^^^p \ ' ^ MJ All styles Carriage and Sleigh Bodies, Seats and 

^^ ' ^ \^ sBa;^ j^gi^ ^y Gear parts. Special styles built to order. 

TT ^ SMITH & LOGAN, 

I II I |||r^|Y-4|Sj ^^^ ^^S^^^ Bear 25 Social St., Woonsocket, R. I., 

^g^^^^^^^Z^ MOVING and PARTY WAGONS. 

^^^^gB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^iPr^^^^^^^^ York Truck, Teaming Wagons of all kinds. Aleo 

VIRGINIA & NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL CO., 

fL X C? ZZ 3VE O 3>r X3 , ST .A^ . , 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

T^IIIi:ET^S .4.TVI> WHEEr^ STOCK: 

From selected Second Growth Hickory aud White Oak. Write for I'rice List. 

PRICE, LEE & CO., 

PUBLISnEKS OF 

-€^ Metal Trades Directory 4- 

For New England and New York City. 
206-210 MEADOW ST., NEW HAVEN. CONN. 



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GLENWOOD MANUFACTURING CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 







p lit VtlMlip 

GLENWOOD, St. Croix County, WISCONSIN. 




Hurlhl Mamifaeiuriiig k 

"^RACINE, WIS., 

_. MaLufacturers of 

A KULL LINE OR 



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-FOR- 



nm m mm^i builders. 



TIRE MACHINE. 



( _ Write for Circulars and Prices." ■" 



MANUFACTURERS OF PATENT 

BUGGY POLES AND SHAFTS. 

Write for Prices. 



RACINE MALLEABLE AND WROUGHT IROIN CO. 

Gem Plow Evener & Singletrees /A With Davis Patent Hooks. 




The Trace will XOT UNHOOK of itself. The end 
of the Whiffletrees CANNOT CATCH ON ANYTHINt; 
IT STRIKES, as post, barn door, fence, warehoii'-e, 
etc. The BEARING is pood. It is more DURABLE 
than any hook made. The connection is close or 
short. It is easily unhooked when desired. It avoids 
accidents and annoyance. 

Also make Neckyokes and Eveners, all sizes. 



.M*NCFACTrRER8 OF 

REFINED MALLEABLE CASTINGS, 

Gray Iron and Bniss Ca^^ting8, Wagon Hardware 

and Speciiilties, Paltcrn Work, Wood and Metal, 

Nicktl Plating, Tiiiniug and Japanning. 

J. P. DAVIES, Sec. andTrens. 

RACINC:, WIS. 



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'S the best medium of technical instruction, trade news and eeneral 
" information, and is therefore more widely read by carriage builders 
than any other similar journal. It is 



A MIRROR OF THE CARRIAGE TRADE 



"DEFLECTING every phase of tlie prosperity and progress of one of the 
■'•^ most rapidly developing iudustries of the country. It is tlie vade 

mecitm of the influential manufacturer and humble mechanic, and 

each fiuds profit in its pages. 



EVERYBODY SHOULD READ IT 



"VlfHO is either directly or indirectly interested in car)-iage building. 
' '^ Subscription price, $2.00 per year, invariably in advance. 



PU8USHERSOP WARE BROS, 

The Carriage Monthly, 



The Carriage Monthly Daily. 



1113 MARKET STREET, 
p o. BOX 27S9 PHILADELPHIA, PA, 



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Enlarged.. Embellisheci. Beautified.. 

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To the CHiTiage and Wagon Makers, the Wheelwrights and tlie Blacksmiths, the Painters and the Trimmers, and all 
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(everybody tias a specialty in these days) of 

Helping the Business Men in the Carriage and Wagon Trade 

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To d« this It looks up new enterprises and o.ustoraers, suggeBts new ideas and Improvements, give notice of new 
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facturers and Dealers in Carriage and Wagon Sui)plies of all kinds. 



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Subscription $1.00 a Year, or $3.00 with 

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THE HUB. 

A Monthly Periodical Devoted to the Interests of 
Carriage, Wagon and Sleigh Builders, 

IVO\^ IIN ITS TMIliT Y-S ECOIVD VOLXJJVXE, 

Published by The Huh Puhlishing Co. of Hew York, 

Will be found specially adapted for use as an advertising medium reaching the most influ- 
ential class of Carriage, Wagon and Sleigh Builders, for the following reasons, namely: 

1st. It has a larger circulation than any other periodical of its class, and this circula- 
tion is distributed throughout the world. 

2d. Its subscription list is mainly confined to proprietors of shops, and it reaches all 
the best builders, whose orders are of sufficient importance to be an object, and who are 
able to meet their obligations promptly. 

od. It is unequaled in the variety and quality of its contents, a fair proof of which is 
tiie fact that there are more Builders willing to pay $3.00 annually for The Hub than less 
sums for competing journals. 

TERMS : Subscription price, |3.00 per year. Advertising rates furnished on demand. 

THE HUB PUBLISHING CO. OF l^EW YORK, 

6 BARCLAY ST., NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 



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A JouLrnal for Carriage Dealers. 

NEWSY, BRIGHT, ORIGINAL. 

Has twenty-four or more fine Colored Cuts of new designs each year, besides profuse 

Illustrations of interest. 



Frioe $2.00 Fer A^nn-am.. 



D. W. JMILLER, Editor and Manager. 



C. J. KREHBIEL & CO., Publishers, 

248 and 250 Walnut St., CINCINNATI, 0. 



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"The gPOKESMAH 



OF THE 



Carriage and Harness Industries. 

A Journal devoted to the interests of the trades vv?'hieh 
it represents, and of Carriage and Harness users. 

It is not confined to technical subjects, but is a 
monthly digest of the ^vorld's progress in these trades, 
accompanied by suitable Editorial matter calculated to 
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immediate concern to its class of readers. 



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Editors and Publishers, 

62 and 64 Longwortli St., CINCINNATI, O. 



One of the Best 

Advertising Mediums in 

the United States. 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



The Only Journal 

Published in the Interest 

of Retail Dealers. 



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Retail Dealers' Protective Journal. 

Official Organ of the New York State Carriage and Harness Retail 
Dealers' Protective Association. 

* JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO., Publishers, * 



Subscription Price, 

One Dollar Per Year, 

in Advance. 



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A MONTHLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF 

Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, Carriage and Wagon Builders, Machinists, 
Gunsmiths, and all workers in Iron and Wood. 



SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 PER YKAR. 

Sample Copy sent on application. 



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THI STABLE, 

An Illustrated Monthly Trade Journal, 

Serving as a Medium of Communication between the Vehicle 
Dealer, Carriage Builder and Associate Industries. 



W. E. REDDING, Publisher, 

Subscription Frice, One IDoUar per -A^nnum. 

The Carriage Journal, 

230 LASALLE ST., 
CHICAGO, ILL., 

The Oldest and Leading Western Trade Paper Devoted 

to the Carriage Industries. 



We confidently refer to our advertisers to sustain the claim that as an Advertising Me- 
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THE AMESBURY VEHICLE, as an advertising medium, can not be excelled. 

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every Horse and Livery man, as well as to many private individuals, and all of the most 
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ABBREVIATIONS AND EXPLANATIONS. Adv., advertisement; c, corner; dept., de- 
partment; mfr., manufacturer; N., North; E., East; S., South; W., West. 

iigr/t^— Indicates light Carriages, Buggies and Road Wagons. 

IFrtgron— Indicates Express Wagons, Trucks and Teaming Wagons. 

Heavy — Indicates Landaus, Rockaways, Coupes. Broughams, Hacks, Coaches, etc. 

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ALABAMA. 

Commercial Paper. — Bills of exchange and promissory notes payable in money at a 
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grace on any contracts except those above enumerated. No person can be charged as 
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promise in writing to accept the bill before it is drawn amounts to an actual acceptance. 
Damages on bills of exchange protested for non-acceptance or non-payment are five per 
cent. 

Interest. — The legal rate of interest in this State is eight per cent., and all contracts for 
the payment of a higher rate of interest are usurious and cannot be enforced, except as to the 
principal. 



Carriage and Wagon Makers, 



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Blackledge E. (repairer and dealer), Abbeville 

*Bradley W. E. (dealer). 

Gamble & Skipper (dealer). " 

Hill & Huttos (repairers), " 

Martin W. J. (dealer), 

Saunders E. A. (dealer), " 

Anniston Carriage Co. (light and 

wagon, also dealers), Anniston 

*Anniston Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Cheney E. E. (dealer), 

.Jones George W. (repairer). " > 
Oglesby F. H. (wagon), Athens 

Attalla Hardware Co. (dealers), Attalla 

/ Campbell & Smith (light). 
^ Cox & Co. (dealers), 
.V^Owen John M. (light). 



Attalla 
Avondale 
Bessemer 



Pridemore & Cox (dealers), 

eese C. H. (light and wagon), 
Hutchinson & Burns (dealers), 
Tillman R. J. (dealer), 
Dunnavant J. H. (light and wagon), 

Birmingham 
.Jennings L. (wagon), " 

Love E. (repairer), " 

Matthews S. U. (repairer), " — 

Mehaffey T. J. (repairer), " 

Milburn Wagon Co. (dealers), " 

Royal C. (repairer), " 

*Snow J. W. & Co. (wagon), 
Wilkinson F. M. (light), 
Black John (repairer). 
Grim Ely (repairer), 
Holcomb .Jasper (dealer), 
*Bloch S. D. (dealer), 



Calera 



Camden 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING 



CO., 



MTiVH of WHITE and ANTIQUE 

WOOD FILLERS, 

CHICAGO- 



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ALABAMA. 



Centre 



Cherokee/Childs T 
Columbiana 
Cullman 



Z' 



Dadeville 
Decatur 



Eufaula 



Carridye ami Way on Ma/ctrs — continued. 

— Cooper Fred, (wagon), Camden 
Katzenberg Alex S. (dealer), 

*Liddell J. R. & Co. (dealers), 

McCaskey F. B. (dealer), 

McLeod D. (repairer), " 

*Mc Williams R. E. (dealer), 

Moore & Fairly (dealers), " 

Turner & Rentz (dealers), 

Harwell J. S. (wagon), 

]VIcBee& Co. (dealer), 

McElrath J. J. B. (dealers). 

Snider & Garney (wagon), 

Hazlewood L. B. (wagon). 

Weaver A. H. (wagon), 

Grobb Joseph (wagon). 

Hammer Bros, (wagon), 
/ Hammer G. & Son (wagon), 

Hoelslier Henry (wagon), 

*Karter ,J. II. (dealer), 

Mack John (repairer), 

Schuler George (repairer), 

Sizemore H. (repairer). 

Freeman H. W. (wagon). 

Murphy J. A. (dealer), 

Cook George N. (repairer), 

*Falk L. M. (dealer). 
Nelson & ^Yhittenburg (light). 

Pierce Frank (repairer), 
/ Pruden T. (light), 
._ *Ross & Co. (light and wagon), 

l'38 Broad, 

Seabrooks .J. L. (repairer). 

Sherry James (light), 

Sturges Joe (repairer), 

*Cohen J. & Co. (dealers), 

*Eutaw Mercantile Co. (dealers), 
^ Reese F. (wagon), 

Ferguson T. K. (dealer), 

*Florencfi Wagon Co. (wagon), 

Karsner & Ingram (dealers), " 

Marsh & Co. (repairers), ' " 

*Partrick & Jackson (dealers), " 

Sage George (repairer), " 

Smoot T. E. (repairer), " 

Lazenby H. D. (wagon). Forest Home 

*Fort Payne Carriage and Mill Co. 
"^ (light and wagon), Fort Payne 

Christopher G. E. (repairer and deal- 
er), 

*Johnson T. L. (dealer), 

Jones L. G. (dealer), 

*Paden & Ewing Hardware Co. (deal 
ers), 

Phillips T. J. (dealer), 

Rogers M. B. (dealer), 

Crumbie P. (wagon and dealer), 
— McDonald E. M. & Son (wagon) 

* Johnson J. H. (dealer), 

McKinzie J. M. (dealer), 

*Steiner J. M. & Co. (dealers), 

*Thames T. J. (dealer), 
/Fricke Chas. (wagon), 

Belgart Louis (dealer), 

Symes W. H. (repairer). 

Rahn William (repairer), 

— DeShazo Hugh L. (light and wagon). 

Headland 
Grayson N. B. (wagon), Huntsville 

*McAnelly J. H. & Bro. (dealers). 



Merts H. B. (repairer), Huntsville 

Merts J. M. (repairer), 

*Nolan & Jones (dealers), " 

Reed F. M. (repairer), " 
Russell S. H. (repairer). 

Skinner J. AV. (light and dealer), " < . 

Stone & Beard (repairers), " 

Turner A. H. & Co. (wagon), " 
*Van Valkenburg J. & Sou (dealers), " 
*Crawford & Co. (dealers), ' Jasper 
Propst Bros, (dealers), 

Richardson J. B. (repairer), " 

Richardson J. W. (repairer), " 



S. (light), 
*Ennis R. W. (dealer). 
Fellows G. B. (repairer). 



Livingston 



Eutaw 



Florence 



*McKnight W. T. & Co. (dealers), 
*Smith & Pickens (dealers), " 

Tannenbaum Bros, (dealers), " 

y} Doolittle S. (wagon), Madison 

Barrett W. H. & Co. (repairers), Marion 

Cocke J. B. & Bro. (dealers), 
Sheppard R. A. (repairer), " 

Alley Charles (wagon), Midway 

*Jordon & Son (dealers). 
Smith Isliam (dealer), " 

Balzli Michael (wagon), 

c Conti and Conception, Mobile 
*Bloch Bros, (dealers), 8 North Water, " 
Clairborue Jerry (repairer), 

Conti near Joachim, " ■" 
Finkbohner George (repairer), 

Church near Joachim, " 
Groeschner George (repairer). 

Water near Theatre, " 
Jennings Thomas D. (repairer). 

Royal c St. Louis, " 
Lauber George (repairer). 

Theatre, 3 West Royal, " ^ — 
McKay «fe Roche (repairers), 

St. Michael c St. Joseph, " 
*Mobile Saddlery Co. (dealers), 

31 North Water and 23 St. Michael, " 
Nicholas J. A. (repairer), 65 Water, " 
Penny & Stewart (repairers). 

Royal near St. Louis, 
Rood John S. (repairer), 

Springhill av near Broad, " 
Schottgen Bernard (repairer), 

Springhill av, 3 Broad " 
Seifert & Cahill (light and wagon), 

309 and 311 Dauphin, " - — 
Stroeker John Jr. (repairer). 

Royal near St. Michael, " 
*Toulmin Mfg. Co. (dealers), 

c Water and St. Francis, " 
Beebe E. (repairer), Montgomery 

King L A. (light), 
*Loeb & Weil (light and dealers), 
McManus Felix (light), 230 Lee, 
Montgomery Carriage Works (light), " 
*Snow D. M. & Co. (wagon dealers), 
Hartsell's/Wagner C. (light), 

♦Washburn Benjamin N. (dealer), 
Martin & Bros, (wagon), 
>Paul W. D. (wagon), 
*Harris D. T. & Co. (dealers), 
Johnson Gus (repairer), 
Skillman W. G. (dealer), 
Windham & Reese (wagon), Newton 



Gadsden 



Geneva 
Green Hill 
Greenville 



Hayneville 



Mooresville 
Nettleborough 
New Decatur 



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ALA ]k\M A — ARIZONA . 



97 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 
*Har\vell W. O. (deaUr). Opelika 

McLeniDie T. W. Oepaiier), " 

*Reiifi-o Bros, (farm wagon dealers), " 
Robfits.)!) ifc Frederick (dealers), " 

*Siiiitli Thomas S, (dealer). 

Trammell R. J. (farm wagon), * " 

/Pinson H. F. (light). Oxanna 

*Sno\v Clark (dealer), Oxford 

Waiui I. B. (repairer). Paint Rock 

Sparl-sT. R. (wagon). Piedmont 

Blackburn M. (wagon). Pine Level 

Evans N. A. (light and wagon), 
Crooks F. M. (repairer), Pleasant Ridge 

Hamilton R. S. (wacon), " 

Hughes C. W. (dealer). 
Moiitgomerj'- D. M. (dealer), " 

Wvatt Jos M. (repairer;, 

Ho'use E. (repairer). Reform 

Miller J. P. A: Co. (dealers), Rosebud 

Canning M. & Co. (waeon, also 

dealers in light). Selma 

Dugan J. A. (wagon), " ' 

*Gill W. B. & Son (dealers), 
*Vickers D. >[. R. (wagon dealer), 
Dyer & Son (\vai,^nn), Stanton 

*Adams J. T. kCo. (<lealers), Talladega 

Jackson M. & Co. (dealers), " 

*Wood J. P. & Co. (dealers), 
*Carroll & :Murphree (dealers). Troy 

*Folmar & Son (wagon dealers), " 

*Henderson L. vfc W. J. (wagon deal- 
ers). 
Henderson & Allison (dealers), " 

*Lockard A. T. (dealer), 
Murphree T. F. (light and wagon), 
Parker James (repairer), 
♦Rainer Bros, (dealers), " 

Rowland T. T. (repairer), Tuscumbia 

Steger Samuel (wagon), 

Smith John C. & Bro. (dealers), Tuskegee 
Griffith J. E. (repairer). Union Springs 

McAndrew James C. (repairer), 
- *Powell N. B. (light), 
Webb J. W. (repairer). 

Brown J. P. (repairer), Uniontown 

Bush William (dealer), 
Dykes & Harwood (wagon), " 

*Ernst Bros. & Co. (dealers), 
Grass N. (cnrt dealer), " 

Hatcher H. C. (repairer), " 



Marx F. M Mrs. (de^der), Uniontown 
Sullivan Wm. O. (repairer). " 

••■White J. H. .t Co. (dealers), 

Cantclon i.V Son (dialers), Wetumpka 
Fain F. P. (repairer). " 

*Walkley D. W. & Co. (dealers), 

Carriaf/e (ind Wckjou Dealers, 

(See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

t lio Her Insu I'tin ce. 

*HARTFORD STEAM BOILER IN- 
SPECTION AND INSURANCE CO.- 
(See p 54), Birmingham 

Ha rd tra re Jffrs. 

Stephenson Mfg. Co. (brakes), Florence 

Havdivare and Sajjpfy Deal- 
ers. 

Cbenoweth Francis & Co., Birmingham 

*>roore & Handley Hardware Co., 
^Tower's Hardware Co., " 

*Ross &, Co. (jobbers). Eufaula 

CavanHgh. Barnej' & Co., Mobile 

^Cunningham Hardware Co., Dauphin 

c Water " 

* Price & Hail, 18 and 20 South Water, " 
Standard Machine Co., Montgomery 

Lansdell Chas., Wetumpka 

Hub and Spoke 3Ifrs. 

(See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Garrett Spoke & Handle Co. (spoke), 

Birmingham 
Hammer G. & Sons (spoke), Cullman 

S/io/ce Mfrs. 

{See Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

Trhnniers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Waff on Bi'ake Mfrs, 

Stephenson ]Mfg. Co., Florence 

Woodwork 3Ifrs. 

*Garrett Spoke & Handle Co. 

(spokes), Birmingham 

Hammer G. ct Son (spoke), Cullman 



ARIZONA. 



Interest.— Parties may contract to pay any rate, 
rate, seven per cent. 



No usury law in this State. Legal 



Carrlaf/e and Waf/on 3Iakers. 

Bien Edward (repairer), Casa Grande 

Boyer P. A. (wagon), Dos Cabezas 

Kilmer G. F. (repairer), Fort Thomas 

Bailey Alonzo (dealer). Globe 

Graydon Alexander (repairer), " 

Lundy J. C. (repairer), Globe 

Zenos Co-op. Mercaniile and Mfg. 
Institution (dealers), 



Nogales Wagon and Machine Co. 

(dealers), 
Bonacher E. J. (repairer), 
Gilmore Bros, (repairers), 
*Goldman & C'>. (dealers), 
*Kemp Henry E. & Co. (dealers), 
Marshall J. A. (repaiier), 
Nichols William (repairer), 
*Bashfor(l & Bannister (dealers), 
Mesa/^Brecht & Throne (wagon). 



Nogales 

Payson 

Phoenix 



Prescott 



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ARIZONA — ARKANSAS. 



Carriage and Waijon Makem — continued. 

Fellar J. G. (repairer). Prescott 

/Harlin J. C. (wagon), " 

*Hill Samuel (dealer), 
llowey James (repairer , " 

Keegan J. G. (repairer), 

^Armstrong J. S. (dealer), Tempe 

*Bliun L. W. Lumber Co. (dealers), 
Brown Samuel (repairer), " 

Goldman & Co. (dealers), " 

Hayden C. T. (dealer), 



Yeager H. C. (repairer), Tempe 

Despain S. (repairer), Thatcher 

*Cochise Hardware and Trading Co. 



(dealers), 
>Graf L. (wagon) 
^ *Hoeffler Joseph (dealer), 
McNiel D. H. (repairer). 
Page L. E. (light and wagon), 
Warueckros P. B. (dealer), 
^*Etchells C. T. (wagon), 
Wisdom A. T. (repairer), 
Horner C. (repairer). 



Tombstone .— . — 



Tucson 

Wilcox 
Yuma 



ARKANSAS, 



Commercial Paper. — Governed by the law merchant as to days of grace, protest and 
notice. Bills and negotiable promissory notes are on the same fooling. Promissory notes 
and b nds not negotiable may be assigned, but are subject to all defenses between the parties. 
Acceptance must be in writing, and a refusal so to accept is equivalent to non-acceptance. 
Blank assignments are taken to be made at the time most favorable to defendant, but the date 
may be proven. 

Interest. — Parties may contract up to ten per cent.; where none is specified, rate is six 
per cent. 



Cavviage and Wagon Makers. 

yKoch E. & Son (light and wagon), Alexander 

Maxey J. E. (wagon). Alpha 

Weaver & Sou (repairers), Atkins 

*Adler Simon (dealer), Batesville 

*Hiukle & Co. (dealers), " > 

*Maxfield & Bros, ^dealers), " ^ 
*Reed & Co. (dealers), 

• White D. E. & Son (light and wagon), " 
* Williams R. D. (dealer). 

Gray H. E. & Co. (wagon), Beebe 

yr Johnson W. A. & Son (wagon), 

Harrell T. H. (wagon), Benton 

Jones Joseph (repairer), ■ " 

/Landers S. M. (wagon), 

' McA.dams & Magrader (wagon), Bentonville 

Duncan B. A. (wagon). Board Camp 



Fordyce 



Fort Smith 



Gainsville 

Greenway 

Harrison 

Helena 



*Agee J. M. (heavy wagon), 

Alexander S. M. (repairer), 

(Mifton Edward (wagon), 

*Morgan, McRae & Co. (dealers), 

Daney Noah (wagon), 

Langley J. L. (wagon), 

Sherman A. C. (wagon), 

Smith J. E. (wagon), 

*Oates James (wagon), 

Carroll S. P. (wagon), 

Bishop S. (wagon), 

Flater Lou (repairer), 

Nagle P. (wagon), 

Robinson Thomas (repairer), 

Burkett Eli (wagon), 

Stackhouse & Childers (repairers), 

Ferguson S. C. «& Son (wagon), 

Cato J. H. (wagon), 

Keenan C. T. (dealer), 

McRoy H. J. (light and wagon), 

*Sweitzer Wagon Co. (wagon), 

*Ederington & Dunn (dealers), 

*Hampton J. E. & G. M. (dealers), 

Malone R. & Co. (log wagon), 



Camden 



Charleston 



Cincinnati 

Clyde 

Corning 

Dardanelle 



De View 
Evansville 

Farmington 
Fayettville 



Fordyce 



Holly Springs 
Hope 



*Proctor W. J. (dealer), 

*Smith G. W. & Bro. (dealers), 

Armbruster & Kruel (light), 

Billingsly C. A. (dealer), 

*Hardin A. E. Co. (dealers), 

Hoffman C. J. F. (dealer). 

Ingle A. J. (wagon), 

*Limberg Bros, (wagon), 

Sengel George (dealer), 

Sicgrist William (repairer), 

*Speer Hardware Co. (dealers), 

Kelly W. H. (wagon), 

Underwood J. J. (wagon). 

Bower Bros, (repairer), 

Keeshan D. A. (wagon), 

Ivrickel John H. (repairer), 

Pillow J. B. Jr. (dealer), 

Sanberg & Co. (repairers), 

Head T. C. (wagon). 

Bowden E. C. (dealer), 

Hatch F. (light and wagon), 

Johnson A. L. (dealer), " 

*LaGrone & Tyson (dealers), 

Martin D. H. (dealer), 

McDonald J. L. (repairer), " 

*Rhodes & Reed (dealers), 

Williams William W. (repairer), 

♦Wilson & McRae Hardware Co. 

(dealers), 
Reading Samuel (repairer), Hot Springs 

*Jonesboro WagoQ Co. (wagon), Jonesboro 
*Culbertson & Briggs (wagon dealers), Judsonia 
Shrop L. W. (wagon), 

Bamberg J. (repairer). Little Rock 

Bragg Richard Jr. (repairer), 
*Craig E. Jr. & Co. (dealers), 
*Dickinson Hardware Co. (dealers), " 
Fein John W. (dealer), 

Fouls Bros. Hardware Co. (dealers), " - 
Koers Louis (dealer), " 

1 Kroedel & Roesch (wagon), " - 

i*Ma&t J. W. (dealer^. 



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INGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



SHIPMENT, 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 






ARKANSAS. 



99 



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Lockesburg 
Lonoke 

I 
Loyal I 
MagnoUa 



Cari'iage and Wa{]on Makers — continued. 

Peters William (repaircM), Little Rock 

^.- Roescb Fred ifc Co. (light and heavy), 

Rogers & Muuziu (repairers), " 

*Schader A. L. (wagon), 

Thomas Benj. (wagon), 

Wesche W. F. (wagon), 
y Sparks & Fair (wagon), 

Howard E. R. (wagon), 

Simpson T. B. & Son (wagon), 

Allen J. B. (wagon), 

*Boreiug J. R. (wagon dealer). 

Borrow J. W. cC- Bro. (wagon dealer), 

*Brewer A. J. (wagon dealer), 

Burdine & Son (repairers), 

*Couch, Brewster & Co. (wagon 
dealers), 

*Dixon Hardware Co. (wagon deal- 
ers), 

*Gaunt Bros, (dealers), 

Grubbs W. H. (repairer), 

*Smilb J. E. (wagon dealer). 

Story J. W. (heavy wagon), 

Wbaley & Brother (wagon dealers), 

Hold ridge D. C. (light), 
yHunnicut & Holtz (light), 

Thomas J. H. (wagon), 

Williams & Taylor (light and wagon) 



*Derrick H. B. (dealer), 

Fleming & Plummer (dealers), 

Friend E. F. (wagon). 

Gettsinger P. (repairer), 

Hudson John (wagon), 

*Johnston & Grove (dealers), 

*Lesser Bros, (dealers), 

*]Srorthern P. E. & Co. (dealers), 

Wbiltaker John J. (wagon dealer), Monticello 

*Dowdle ife Son (dealers), 

Elliott & Pendergrass (repairers), 

*Holcomb, Burrow & Co. (dealers), " 

Jones J. H. vfe Co. (dealers). 

*Massy, Wooton & Co. (dealers), " 

Nightingale & Sublet (repairers), " 

Odell & Lawrence (repairers), " 

Van Pelt J. A. (dealer), _ " 

Haskins John W. (repairer), New Edinburgh 

Pvles A. (repairer), Okolona 

*Eichenberger J. J. (dealer), Ozark 

Littleton & \Yarner (wagon), " 

/Moore R. B. & Son (wagon), " 

Pullin C. A. (wagon), 

Drake L. W. (dealer). 

Gentry W. L. (wagon), 

Jackson A. (dealer), 

Ostrander C. L. (wagon), 

Reaves M. D. (repairer), 

Koch & Benz (wagon), 

Berlin Bros, (dealers), 

Calhoun E. H. (repairer), " 

Cobb John (repairer), " 

Green Thomas (repairer), " 

*King Mfg. Co. (dealers). 

Mattock A. K. (repairer), " 

Ties Sam'l (dealer), 

Turner James (dealer), " 

yVernon W. J. D. (light), 
* Gschwendt& Spennenweber (wagon), 

Pocahontas 

Waddle W. H. (repairer, also dealer), 



Martin J. A. & Bro. (wagon), Powhatan 

*Denman & Bro. (dealers), Prescott 

*Foster & Logan Hardware Co. (deal- 
ers), 
Harrell J. R. & Co. (light and wagon), 
JrJones O. S. (light and wagon). 
'I Michael Peter (repairer), 
Whitlen O. R. F. (repairer). 
Knight W. R. (repairer). Rector 

Jamison J. A. (repairer and dealer), 

Russellville 
Luker A. E. (repairer), 
Luker, Davis & Co. (repairers), " 

Rankin &, Rodgers (dealers), " 

Armstrong J. W. (wagon). Searcy 

Armstrong & Havens (repairers). " 

Moore & Lvons (dealers), " 

Patterson R. W. (dealer). 
Patty O. & Co. (wagon), 
*Robbins, Sanford & Co. (wagon)," 
Lydy 1\I. D. (repairer), Snow Ball 

Burns W. E (wagon), Springfield 

*Bender J. M. (wagon), Texarkaua 

*Briau W. S. & Co. (dealers), 
Edwards J. C. & Co. (dealers), 
Montz C. T. (wagon), 
Schmidt C. (repairer), " 

Texarkana Iron Works (wagon), " 

*Whitener James (dealer), " 

*Cornelius N. F. (dealer), Van Buren 

Key & Bro. (wagon), " 

Mcllvaigh & Son (light and wagon), " 
McKinney Hawkins Hardware Co. 

(dealers) " 

Benthall W.'t. (repairer), Waldo 

Reeves Joseph (repairer and wagon 
dealer), 
Morrilton/D"ncan S. K. (wagon), Waldron 

Payne Bros, (wagon), " 

Graff G. & Son (wagon). Walnut Ridge 



Malvern 



Marianna 



Paragould 



Paris 
Pine Bluffs 



Carriage and Wagon Deal- 
ers. 

{See also Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Hardware and Sajyply Deal- 
ers, 

*Ayers & Co., Fort Smith 

Sengel George., 

*Mast J. W., 218 E. Markham, Little Rock 

Huh and Si)oke Mfrs. 

(See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Minturn Hub and Spoke Works, Minturn 
*Woody, Holmes k, Co. (spoke.) 

Trinuners. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Woodwork Mfrs, 

{See also Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

Union Turning Co. (singletrees), Brinkley 
Minturn Hub and Spoke Works, Minturn 

* Woody, Holmes & Co. (spoke), " 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO, 



Hl'frs of WOOD FILLER A>I> 
ROUGU STUFF, CHICAGO. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



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CALirOliNlA. 



CALIFORNIA. 



Interest. — Patties may contract to pay any rate. 
rate seven per cent. 



No usury law in this State. Legal 



Carriage and Wagon 3Iakers. 



f Charlebois Basile (wa^on), 

Harter 13. (repairer), 

McConnell A. L. (repiirer), 

Hauber F. J. (wagon), 

Clark W. P. (repairer), 

Malloy R. A. (repairer), 

Wood John (wagon), 

*McKeon J., estate of (repairer), 

Boettcher R. (wagon). 

Flotow Theo. (repairer), 

Schauman J. (repairer). 

White E. A. (repairer and dealer). 

Bid well iVI. W. (repairer). 

Smiley Wil'iam (repairer), 

*Brown & George (dealers), 

Cown J. VV. (wagon), 

Krebs E. (repairer;, 

Ludinghouse F. (wagon), 
•'Peterson N. (wagon), 

Jessen flenry (wagon), 

*Argyle J. F. (wagon), 

Johnson L. O. (repairer), 

Chaffey George (repairer), 

Deming E. A. (light), 

Rose N. H. repairer), 

Agard M. (repairer), 

Bisbee .1. G. »& Son (repairers). 

Kirby D. (repairer), 

Merrow W. O. (wagon), 

Predom Moses (wagon), 

*Denklespeil Bros, (dealers), 

Gurnette & Sou (repairers), 

Kratzmer August (wagon), 

*McLeod A. J. (dealer). 

Mills & Skinner (repairers). 

Park II. C. (dealer), 

Smith J. E. & Co. (repairers), 

*Weil A. (dealer), 

Lemon F. L. (repairer), 

McFarland D. (wagon), 

*Benicia Agricultural Works 
cart and wagon), 

Frame S. (light). 

Smith M. J. (light), 

Anderson Philip (wagon), 

Anderson & Beck (repairers). 

Brink Bros, (repairers). 

Doty W. M. (dealer). 

Gaines F. A. (dealer), 

Marshall S. (repairer), 

Smith L. C. (repairer), 
/ *Smith W. H. (wagon), 

Rollins James S. (repairer), 

Potter D. W. (dealer), 

Butler Wilson (repairer), 

Newell Frank (wagon). 

Pickle & Beauregard (repairers), 

Ratliff D. T. (wagon), 



Yasser M. (repairer), Cahto 

Biggs J. N. (repairer), Calistoj^a 

Charroux Andre (repairer), Camauche 

Sprung F. (wagon), Campbell 

Bromley D. (wagon), Caspar 

Pfdrotto James (wagon), Cayucos 

Rit;don H. P. (repairer), 

Robertson John W. (wagon), Centerville 

Averill & Hall (repairers), \ Ceres 

Allen Albert (wagon), ° Chico 

Anaheim J<'A lien .1. (wagon), 

*Camper H. W. (heavy wagon), 
Canfieid E E. (repairer also dealer), 
Corey G. VV. (wagon), 
Hamilton Theo. (repairer). 
*Ha\vkins Wm. & Son (dealers), 
*Hubbard & Earll (dealers), 
Nichols A. L. (dealer). 
/Pulliam W. J. (wagon). 
*Sherwood W. H. (light, also wagon), 
Fugling Louisjwagon). Chinese Camp 



Afton 

Alameda 

Alhambra 

Alleghany 

Alton 

Alturas 
Alvarado 



Anderson 
Antioch 



Aptos 
Arbuckle 



Arroyo Grande 
Auburn 



Bakersfield 



/ 



(light 



Banning 
Beckwith 



Benicia 



McClellan F. E. (wagon , 
Barnes J. J. (repairer), 
Bentley A. (liglit and wagon), 
Arcata^*Cameron Q. (light and wagon) 
Culver J. A. (wagon), 
Butler B. F. (repairer), 
Roice O. T. (wagon). 
Nelson A. C. (wagon), 
Bedell J. C. (dealer), 
Bull A. K (repairer), 
*Grover J. (dealer), 
King W. C. (repairer). 
>Mut1ersbach P. (light), 
Sullivan O. (repairer), 
Kerry Walter (wagon), 
Beatiy T. S. (repairer), 
Kent & McNiel (repairers), 
Lossing S. E. (repairer). 
Shamrock & Lambert (light and 

wagon), 
Bott & Smith (wagon), 
Braids Charles (wagon). 
Cannon J. G. (wagon), 
Willis Lew (repairer). 



Clements 
Cloverdale 



Colfax 
Col ton 

Columbia 
Colusa 



Comptche 
Compton 



Concord 

Copperopolis 

Corning 

Covelo 



Berryessa 



Bit 



:gs 



Binghampton 

Blacks 

Blanco 

Bodie 

Boulder Creek 

Cahto 



& Hennicke (light and 



*Burtschell 
wagon), 
Kester Bros, (repairers), 
McDonald & Steele (repairers), 
Bean Lafayette A. (wagon). 
Close J. E. (repairer), 
Bradshaw W. H. (repairer), 
^j'Collins J. P. (wagon). 
Garner & Snider (repairers), 
Horwood & Galligher (wagon), 
McBee W. Y. (dealer), 
Webb S. W. (repairer), 
Abbott D. C. (repairer), 
*Carpenter Milton (wagon), 
Casey John (repairer), 



Crescent City 
Creston 

Danville 

Davisville 



Delano 
Dixon 



^ 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

Binghamton Wagon COc, Binghamton, M. Y, 



For E.'cplanatory Notes, see p 95. 



CALIFORNIA. 



101 



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Cnrriayc and Wagon Makers 
*Fergason "W". R. (dealer), 
McDennott John (ropiiirer), 

^Townsley John (light and wagon), 
Cregiow H. (repairer), 
Criiey Andrew (wagon), 
Hudepolil C. (repairer), 

/*Norlhey V. S. (light 



Gilroy 



and 



/ 



p^X-*»-«?-€-«f_^ 



McCaig & Patterson (repairers), 

Taylor Joseph (repairer), 

Chinniek James T. (repairer), 

Costello James H. (repairer), 

Elliott C. (repairer), 
/Hill J. D. (wagon), 

* Allison J. & Co. (dealers), 

*Cadman William (wagon and dealer) 

Chord J. P. (wagon), 

Collier J. A. (repairer), 

March R. B. (deftler), 

Northciili L. C. (wagon), 

Buudy Brothers (repairers), 

Clark O. S. (wagon), 

Langstaff C. B. (repairer), 

Mills R. C. Jr. (dealer), 

Marsen L. (repairer). 

Chew A. W. (wagon), 

Gewaltuey & Co. (dealers), 

Hawthorne W. R. (repairer), 

Smart G. L. (repairer), 

Williams & Davis (dealers), 

Franlz F. W. (wagon), 

Blatchle}' W. L. (repairer), 

Chope A. E. (repairer), 

Chope T. H. (repairer), 
- Rotermund H. H. Jr. (repairer), 

Bowman C. H. (repairer), 

Donaldson & Bros, (wagon), 
/*Goodwin B. H. (wagon), 

Desmond Bros, (repairers), 

Weitz Louis, (repairer), 

Riibottom E. J. (repairer), 

Dougherty J. E. (wagon), 

Killor John (wagon), 

Simpson R. A. (wagon), 

Odom F. M. (wagon). 

Perry M. (wagon), 

Smith A. J. (repairer), 

Wagner A. (wagon), 

SmiUi W. C. (wagon). 

Van Coughnut Bros, (repairers) 

*Baker A. F. (dealer), 

Brainard & Rose (repairers), 

*Donahoo, Emmons & Co. (dealers), 

Hayes ^d ward (repairer), 

Hutchinson E. 1. (dealer), 

Jacobson & Abrenberg (repairers), 

*Johnson R. B. (wagon), 
^ ^Kutner, Goldstein & Co., 

*Porteous J. (wagon), 

Wiedey & Klee (repairers), 
/Ames A. T. (wagon). 

*Andrus John (wagon), 

*Iler & Sons (wagon), 

Laing & Scott (wagon). 

Scripture T. (repairer), 

Booker C. J. (trimmer), 

Cochran F. J. (repairer), 

*Ellis & Epper (dealers), 

Eustice George (wagon), 



contiimed. y*Farmer E. H. (wagon), 

Dixon HoUoway & Son (wagon 
Reynolds W. F. (wagon), 
*Welburn, Powell & Whitehurst 

(dealers), " 

Whitney D. S. (wagon). 

Rich H. (wagon), Goleta 

Williamson J. (repairer). Grand Island 

Avery Samuel D. (light), Grass Valley 

Campbell J. j\I. (repairer), 
Clancy P. (repairer), " 

Cooley J. R. (dealer), 
Crocker C. R. (wagon), " 

George William (dealer), " 

Gummae R. (repairer), " 

Elmira VMiller C. (wagon), 

Morgan Dan (wagon), 
Treioar Thomas (wagon), 
Wrjght & Dunkley (repairer). 



Downey 

Dry town 

Durham 

Dutch Fiat 

wagon), 

East Oakland 

Easton 

El Dorado 

Elk Grove 



Elsinore 



Emigrant Gap 
Escondido 



^tna 

Etta 

Eureka 



Fairfield 



Fall River Mills 
Farmington 



Ferndale 



Forest Hill 

Fort Bid well 

Fresno 



/' 



Gait 



Georgetown 
Gilroy 



McLeod Kenneth (wagon). 
Cams C. Delos (wagon), 
Deruchie J. A. (wagon), 
Simpson Wm. & Son (wagon), 
Clare A. L. (repairer), 
Kolpien Jasper (repairer), 
Forbes W. & Son (wagon), 
Cole W. V. (wagon), 
Phinney G. W. (repairer), 
Beulah James (wagon), 
*Knapp R. I. (wagon), 
Quinlau P. P. (repairer). 
Lain David (wagon), 
Axtell E. (wagon), 
Chisholm & Farrell (repairers) 
■"Eggert Henry (wagon), 
Butler J. H. (repairer), 
*J()nes B. R[. (dealer), 
/Piatt Arthur (light), 
"Raabe M. (dealer), 
Scott John A. (repairer), 
York A. A. (wagon). 



Greenville 
Gridley 

< i 

Grimes 

Gubserviile 
Guerneville 

Half-Moon Bay 



Hamburg 

Han ford 

Haywards 

Healdsburg 



Felton/'^York C. W. (light). 



Eaton Alex, (repairer), 
^Grangers Union (dealers), 
Hamilton J. G. (repairer), 



Hollister 



Folsom City^'Johnson J. (wagon), 
" Nielson J. (wagon). 



/, 



Rossiyer & Onderkirk (wagon), 
Shaw R. E. (repairer), 
Sherman Bros, (repairers). 
White & O'Brien (repairers). 
Turner George (wagon), 
Taliaferro & Mitchell (wagon), 
Draper Nelson (wagon), 
Prothers & Nichols (wagon), 
Swain C. W. (repairer), 
Crowell Hiram (wagon), 
Rlx A. O. (repairer). 
Cox & Williams (repairers), 
Froelich & Fregulia (repairers), 
*Ginocchio Bros, (dealers), 
Hewitt Bros, (dealers). 
Levy Joseph M. (dealer), 
Martell L. J\L (repairer), 
Newman L. & Co. (dealers), 
Boggs J. R. (repairer). 
iMacomber A. (repairer), 
^Young & Son (wngon). 
Weimer Charles T. (repairer), 
Edwards D F. (repairer). 
1 



Horuitos 

Hueneme 

lone 



Irvington 
Jackson 



Janesville 

Jenny Lind 

Kelsej'ville 

Kirkwood 

Knight's Ferry 



pRICE, LEE & ADKINS CO., 

Carriage Catalogue Printers. 



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CALIFORNIA. 



Carriage and Wagon Makers— continiud. 
Morse C. A. (wagon), Knight's Ferry 

Bealtie & Deputy (repairers). Lakeport 

Russell & Son (repairers and dealers), " 
Mitchell J. R. (repairer), Lathrop 

Word W. W. (repairer), Latrobe 

/ Haenny John (light and wagon), Lincoln 

Hickey James (repairer), " 

Owens P. G. (repairer), " 

Hughes E. I. (wagon). Linden 

Moure VV. D. (wagon), " 

Shaire George (repairer). Little Shasta 

Fender J. (repairer). Little Stony 

Anspacher Bros, (dealers), Livermore 

Aylwaid John (repairer), " 

Beazell James (repairer), " 

*Brammer George (repairer), " 

Dutcher J. H. (repairer), 
Flannigan P. (repairer), " 

*Gorner Theo. (dealer), " 

Matheisen H. (repairer), " 

McVicar P. H. (repairer), " 

*Paget J. H. (repairer), " 

Daley Thomas H. (light and wagon.) 

Lockeford 
Gehan & Grimsley (repairers), " 

Ames John P. (wagon), Lodi 

*Steacy Wellington (wagon). 
Ball W. C. (wagon), Lompoc 

DeRome Bros, (repairers), " 

Elkins J. B. (repairer), 
Rudolph H. S. (dealer), 
Talbot Bros, (dealers), " 

Walley & Spanne (repairers), " 

Warwick A. C (repairer), " 

Weill L (dealer), 

Gibbins E. H. (repairer). Lookout 

Wells B. D. (wagon), Lordsburg 

*Baldwin Carriage Co. (wholesale 

and retail dealers), 108 North 

Los Angeles, (p 50,394) Los Angeles 

Beebe G. A. (trimmer), 54 West 5th, 
*Calkins J. W. Carriage Co. (whole- 
■^ sale and retail dealers), 239 

North Los Angeles, " 

Coakley & Constantine (dealers), 108 

Wilmington, " 

y Colby F. (trimmer), 204 New North 

Main, 
Dibble & Thelan (dealers), 101 North 

Los Angeles, " 

,Flynn William (light), 1159 South 
/ Pearl, 

Foss & Jewett (light and wagon), 

422 Downey av, " 

*Gates H. D. & Co. (dealers), 5 

North Main, " 

*Giese Henry (dealer), 52 and 54 

North Los Angeles, " 

Gould J. Farm Implement and Car- 
riage Co. (dealers), 19 East 

First, 
Gutsch C. (trimmer), 130 Requena, " 

*Hawley, King & Co. (dealers), 68 

and 70 North Los Angeles, " 

Hayman B. (wagon), 6 North Los 

Angeles, " 

Hobbs & Covey (wagon), 50 North 

Los Angeles, " 

Lee W. M. (repairer). 106 West 6th, 



*Lloyd Bros. (.Hgiit wagon), 237 Re- 
quena, ' Los Angeles 

*Los Angeles Carriage Works, E. E. 
White prop, (light and wagon), 
12 South Los Angeles, " - 

*Luitweiler S. W. (wholesale and re- 
tail dealer), 100 North Los An- 
geles, " 

*Matthews Newell (dealer), 120 to 

124 South Los Angfles, " 

McGarvin & French (repairers). 
South Spring n Seventh, 

McLe&,n Duncan (light and wagon), 
21 Aliso, 

McManis J. R. (dealer). 25 Aliso, 
y*Molony R. (light and wagon), 117 
^ Aliso, 

Montgomery, Grant & Co. (dealers). 
West First c Fort, 

Montgomery W. N. (wagon), 'Wash- 
ington n Union av, " 

Mudgelt Theron W. (light), 346 East 
First, 

Nemetz Leopold (wagon), 841 Upper 
Main. 

Ortega Juan (repairer), 235 East Sec- 
ond. 
y('*Pacific Wagon Co., 25 Aliso. " ^. 

Poultney P. (repairer), 50 Downey 

av, " 

Quinn & Hartwig (light). 209 Re- 
quena, " 

Raynal Alfred (repairer), 212 Aliso, " 

*Reynolds J. H. (dealer), 71 and 73 

North Los Angeles, " 

Richardson & Granger Co. (dealers), 

48 North Los Angeles. " 

Robertson J. D. (light), 80 South Los 

Angeles, " 

Roper George (repairer), 19 North 

Truman, " 

Rouy G. (repairer), 235 East 2d. 

Schmit Henri & Co. (repairers), 339 
Aliso, 

Sevy & Windisch (repairers), 1635 
South Main. 

*Sperl A. (light and wagon), 235 

East 2d, " -^ 

Tabor J. U. (light and wagon), 48 
West 5th. 

Thomas & Bunger (wagon). 130 Aliso, " 

Yaeger J. P. (wagon), 316 New 
High, 

*Cushing & Beach (dealers), fp 1,800) Los Gates 

Dow & Ball (repairers), " 

Erickson John (wagon), " 

Fletcher & Stark (repairers), " ■ 

Fox J. (repairer), " 

Goldsworthy & Downing (repairers), " 

Mack W. L. (wagon), " 

Woodhams C. H. (dealer). 

Thompson S. H. (repairer), Lower Lake 

Waddell W. F. (repairer), Madera 

Johnson William (wagon), Madison 

*Austin A, E (wagon), Martinez 

Chappin & Raap (wagon), 

Robin & Maloche (wagnn), " 

Bometer Charles (reiiairer), ^NFarysville 

*Brad!ey S. II. (light and heavy wag- 
on and stage), " 



% 



Ken and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO,, 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



RUSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY 



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rontiiiuid. 

Marysville 



(ytrriar/i (unl Winjui, Mukera 

Bryant Charles (wagon), 

Fisher Amos (trimmer), 

Hampton Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

^Harris H. Vi. (dealer, 

Katzuer ifc Chase (wagon), " 

Lawrence Wm. L. (dealer), " 

/Ogden \V. C. & Son (wagon), " 

Haish Charles (wagon), " 

/Sneed J. A. (light)^ 
'■*\Vhite, Cooley ifc Ciitts (dealers), 
Durham J. F. ct Co. (dealers), Maxwell 

Ponce P. P. (wagon), Mayfie'd 

Stauer .Jacob II. (wagon), Mendocino 

Arnoldy C. (wagon). Merced 

Goldman M. (dealer), " 

Kocher J. (dealer), " 

*Lecker II. \\. (dealer), 
Lewis E. (dealer), " 

y-McDonald William (wagon), 
Oliver W. O. (repairer), " 

Schofield A. H. wagon), " 

Wenlworth A. A. (dealer), " ^ 

Connelly F. & Son (wagon). Millviile 

*Boyce ct Topham (light and wawon), Mil pitas 
Olinder A. M. (wagon), 
Olinder W. R. (wagon), 
Bergman N. (wagon), 
Stanley James (wagon). 
Angel H. (repairer), 
Braids J. (repairer). 
Hartcr James (repairer), 
Wagner E. H. (repairei), 
Danz J. (wagon), 
Martins L. (repairer). 
Cockrane W. (dtaler). 
Dodge Walter (repairer), 
'Few C. R. (dealer), 
Huff J. A. (dealer), 

/ Lacy J. P. (light wagon), 
Toothaker L. S. (wagon). 
Whitconib Bros, (wagon), " 

McKenzie George S. (wagon dealer). 

Monti cello 
Wassum & Moir (repairers). 
Stocking J. C. (wagon), Morro 

Meininger H. (wagon). Mount Etlen 

Ilauselt Philip (repairer), Mur| hj's 

Henlard Peter (repairer), " / 

Richardson J. ]\I. (wagon dealer), Murietia 
Deakin W. W. (wagon), Napa 

Fowler & Son (repairers). " 

Greenfield T. G. (wagon). 
*Hunter W. (repairer, also dealer), " 

Jepsen J. tt Son (dealers), " 

/'^litchell J. (wagon). " 

Rochford Fred (wagon), 
Stevens W. M. (repairer), " 

Tyrrell W. (wagon). 
Welti Chas. (dealer). 

/Wright G. A. (wagon), 

Knox Frank A. (rei)airer), National City 

■ National Carriage Mfg. Co., " 

Shillings J. S. (repairer). Nelson 

Barton William (repairer), Nevada Ciiy 

BowermanJ. G. (repairer), 
yChutter Samuel (svagon), " 

Denny & Gray (repairers), " 

*Gaylord George C. (dealer), 
Jacobs George F. (dealer), " 



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Mission San Jose 
Modesto 

( 1 
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( > 

Mokelumne Hill 
Monterey 



Nevada City 



Newcastle 

Nicola us 

Niles 



Lane Henry (dealer), 
Mdl H. C. '(wagon). 
Seaman A. (wagon), 
Abbott A. G. (repairer), 
Jones T. C. (repairer and dealer), 
*Bedart Thomas (repairer), 
^Mosher lV Hunt (light). 
*Downey John (wagon). North San Juan 

Holliway W. H. (wagon), Oakdale 

*Nightineale & Stearns (wagon), 
Rodden Bros, (dealers), " 

Brosuahau i.t Barry (light and wagon), 

Oakland 
Buffett C. C. (light), " - 

Chamberlain & Buckingham (dealers), " 
*Frank Theodore (wagon), " 

Frazer Hugh (repairer). " 

*Fredfrick^ifc Arth (light). 
Freeman ct Avery (wagon), " 

Galvin James (repairer), " 

Hameliu A: Thibault (wagon), " 

Hampel H. F. (repairer), 
^Johnston J. E. (hght). 
Mack C. W. (dealer). 

Northwestern Mfg. and Carriage Co., " — ~- 
akland Carriage Co. (light and 

wagon), "■ — 

Schuster L. P. (dealer), 
Sicotte Aime A. (light). 
*Sohst Bros, (light and wagon), 
Cowart v.t Seipel (repairers), 
Riddle R. A. (wagon), 
Stewart A. D. (wagon). 
Moss C. W. (repairer;, 
Piijeon A. (repairer), 
Sch;illhorn C. (wagon), 
Lopteiu Henry (repairer), 
Peelor C. P. (dealer), 
Atwater H. (wagon), 

twood B. E. (wagon), 
Clark J. G. (dealer). 
Miller & Co. (dealers), 
*Higgins W. S. (wagon), 
Welsh L. S. (wagon), 
Vaerplank T. I (repairer), 
*Bartnett D. G. (repairer), 
Lewis James (wagon), 
Moyes C. J. (li.ght and wagon). Pacific Grove 



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Oakville 

Occidental 

Oceanside 

Oleander 
Oleta 

Orange 

X i 

Orland 



Oroville 

Otay 
Pacheco 



Craig L. (wagon). 
Doty J. E. (dealer), 
Haskins Harry (repairer), 
Helen Bros, (repairers), 
Richardson Geo. A. (dealer). 
Spaulding ct Hicks (repairers), 
Veale Wm. & Co. (repairers), 
Bennett, Shackelford & Leblanc 



Pasadena 



(dealers), Paso Rubles 

Elliott C. (wagon), 
Henderson W. C. (wagon), 
Lundbtek F. (wagon), " 

Oit Charles F. (repairer). •' 

Sherman T. (wagon), 

Horn Fred (wagon). Pentz 

Gnulson John (repairer), Pe.-cadero 

Rosier F. (repairer), 

Hopes E (wagon), Pelahima 

Loranger t^ Clark (wagon), 
Robin.snn tt Farrell (wagon) 
Spolswood Andrew (repairer). " 

Spotswood R. & Son (wagon) 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISTIING CO.'S WOOD FILLlRJ 

^ FOR "NATURAL." AND "ANTIUtE" FINISH. 






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104 



CALIFORNIA, 



Carriarje and Wagon Jfnkers— continued. 
Zartman Wm. & Co. (wagon), Petaluma 

Williams J. J. (repairer), Pine Grove 

Hoflfman J. W. (wagon), Pino 

Joiner A. W. (wagon), Pittville 

/Boles E. A. (wagon), Placerville 

«^ Fox J. (repairer), " 

Martinet Taylor (repairers), " 

Wonderly N. (repairer), •' 

Robinson James H. (repairer), Plainfield 

*Bilz J. A. (light and wagon) Pleasanton 

Sleane C. B. (wagon). " 

/Clark A. E. (light and wason), Pomona 

' Davis R. T. (repairer), 
Freeman S. (wagon), " 

Gibson & Young (wagon). 
/Hirt & Barrett (light and wagon), 

'*KellerE. M. (dealer), 
Keller E. W. (trimmer), " 

/Parker & Son (light and wagon), " •> 

Smith C. M. (dealer), 

*Barnett Jesse (wagon). Pope Valley 

Blumm & Hatton (lepairers), Porterville 

Kitley William (wagon), Princeton 

/■•Albright Henry jC (wagon). Red Bhifl' 

*Bidwell Bros, (wagon). 
Brown Thomas (repairer), " 

Epperson Dan (wagon), " 

Glaszer P. (repairer). Redding 

*Scammon J. P. (wagon), " 

Wolf Bros, (repairers). " 

Mcintosh & Harris (repairers), Redlands 

Riverside Carriage Co., Thayer & 

Peters props (dealers), 
Allen J. F. (repaiier). Redwood City 

Bees >n W. W. (repairer). 
Doyle & Bement (repairers and deal 
ens). 

/McDonald & Wilson (wagon), 
Furgiison William (repairer), 
Hadley S. T. (repairer), 
Holdei'sback Joe (repairer), 
Staj'strand A. (repairer), 
*Stern J. & Co. (wagon dealers), 

/Alder Sam (wagon), 
Heap Jo-!eph (repairer), 
*Liiitweiler L. W. (dealer), 

/»*Masters Silas (wagon), 
Overshiner & Mills (repairers). 
*Riverside Caniage Co., Thayer & 

Peters props, (light), 
Rothrock H. A- (repairer), 
Rynerson W. W. (repairer), 
Sanker S. (repairei), 
*Stewart & Lett (dealers), 
Weed B. T. (repairer). 
Weed J. O. (repairer). 



Rio Vista 



/: 



Riverside^'' 



/' 



(wagon) 



Rohnerville 
Rutherford 



Hamil O. 

*Frye Joshua (dealer), 
Hortop H. (repairer and dealer). 
Anker L. L. (repairer), 21 First, Sacramento 
*Baker & Hamilton (dealers), 9 to 15 J, 
Bernard H. M. (light) 600 and 602 L, 
Blue George B. (wagon). 919 Third, 
Brown Bros, (repairers), 1100 K, 
Buell & Grant (dealers). 22 to 26 J, 
Churcliman Thos. C. & Sou (wagon), 
Cloflfey P. J. (wagon), 924 Fourth, 
Dah ringer Theodore (repairer), 907 
Twelfth, 



Duflfy J. (repairer), 1117 J, Sacramento 

Ingram A. (wagon), 1015 J. 
^Kesiler Martin (wagon), 1010 to 1014 

Ninth, " 

Cronkite & Jones, 9t]i J and K, " 

*Ki]gore ct Co. (dealers), " 

Maxon, Ackerly & Co. (light), 1013 

Second, " - 

McDonald Samuel (repairer), 1228 J, 
Meister Aug. (light and wagon), 910 

to 914 Ninlii, " - 

Melvin Herbert G. (repairer), 420 I, 
Neilsoii C. (wagon), 1013 and 1015 

Tenth, 
Oliver W. C. (trimmer), 1019 lOlh, 
Olt Charles J. (repairer). 1116 2d, 
*Pacific Wheel and Cairiage Works, 

J. F Hill, prop, (light), 1301 to 

1323 J, " — 

Palm Bros, (wagon), 818 J, 
R.ibbins N. W, grimmer), 8''0 K, 
*Stant()n, Thomson & Co. (dealers). " 

Wise M L. (repairer), 1029 and 1031 J, " 
Benvie G. P. (dealer). St. Helena 

Kettlewell J. O. (dealer). 
*Kettlewell J. R. & Son (dealers), 
McDonald Samuel (lepairer), " 

Oulwater N. T. (repairer and dealer), 
Rann & Jelinsky (wagon), " 

*Steves J. H. (dealer), 

*Iverson Bros, (repairers), Salinas 

Allen 6c Hunt (repairers), San Bernardino 

Baff B. N. (repairer), 

Glencross, Grant & Co. (dealers), " 

Lehman C. E. (dealer). 
>i\Iee Bros, (wagon), " 

^ St. Merrj' Alex (repairer), 
*Thayer tt Peters (dealers), 
*Van Duer.sen J. (repairer), " 

Valley & lingers (wagon), " 

VVaymoulh t. D. (repairer), " 

Bates J. A. & Son (light wagon), 

San Buenaventura 
Miller & Co (repairer.^). " 

Morgan J. I), (light and wagon), 
Rdey& Bejjg (repairers) " 

♦Vickers & Sheldon (light and wagon), " 
Carey Geo.W. (repairer), (p 16,000) San Diego 
(larville Bros. & Co. (dealers), 
*Hiuton J. B. (dealer), 
Kizer Charles E. (trimmer), " 

McDougall & Burgess, agents Stude- 

baker Bros. Mfg. Co. (dealers), " 

Overshiner & Son (repairers), " 

Parrott & Cf). (repairers), " 

San Diego Imp. Com. and Storage 

Co. (dealers), 
Southwest Carriage Co. (dealers), 
■"Story & Ishara, Com. Co. (dea'ers), " 
ySweetingS. M. (light), 
Thompson Frank W. (light), 
Whitmore O. (repairer), " 

Andresen Bros, (wagon), 607 Battery, 

(p 297,990) San Francisco 
* Baker & Hamilton (wagon dealers), 

Pine cor. Davis, " 

Biagini, Casimlro &> Co. (light), 522 

Davis, 
*Black H. M. & Co. (light and 

heavy), 590 and 592 Mission, " " 



St. 



D INGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

^ BINGHAMTON,N.Y.,U.S.A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAG-ONS. 

Kew Style this Year. 



WRITE FOR CITS 

OF O I' K LEADERS 

FOR 1891. 



For Explanatory >fotes, see p 95. 






CALIFORNIA. 



105 



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Cam'tif/e and Waff on MaAers — continued. 

*Brandenslein H.& Co. (dealers'), c Mis- 
sion and New Montj^omery, San Fra 

Briggs Carriage Co. (dealers). 220 
Slission. 

Broulliard John T. (\v.i2:on). Mission 
c 30th, 

*Bur(re & Donahoo Co. (dealers). 2(5 
Beale, 

Carville Mfg. Co. (light, also deal- 
ers), 7 and 9 Powol and 180 and 
182 Jes.«ie, 

*Clayhurgli it lirandcnstein (dealers), 
Jlission c New Montgomery, 

*Coliuiil)us Buggy Co. (dealers), 29 
Market, 

Commins P. W. (light and wagon), 
Mission n 29th, 
yCostigan Thomi-s (wagon), 404 Jack- 
son, 

Craig John & Son (light and wagon), 
124 24th, 

Daclin &, Son (repairers), 702 San- 
some, 

Dud cy E C (light). Devisadcro. 

Duf)uv .1. ifc Co. (wagon), 630 Broadway, 

♦Fairen .John W. (wagon), 121 Beale, 

*Feisel F. T. (wagon). 1509 Mission, 
/*Folsoni Albert & Son (lieht). 217 
Ellis. 

*Fraiik Bros, (wagon dealers), 319 
Market, 

Frediiini J. (wagon), 424 Pacific, 

Frooniberg &, Co. (dealers). 621 
Mission, 

♦Gallagher Bernard (wagon), 216 
Mission, 
/Gibeau I. O. (wagon). 509 26lh. 

Goodrich John H. (wagon), 110 Ore- 
gon, 
._ , *Grave B. & Co. (lishl and wagon), 
421 Pacific, 

Halket William, 903 Golden Gate av. 

*Hawlev Bros. Hardware Co. (deal- 
e s)'. 301 to 309 Market. 

Herold Charles (wagon), San Bruno 
road near Armv. 
/HigginsJ. & Son "(light) 1234 Fol- 
som. 

Hochschulz Frank (light and heavy, 
wholesale and retail), Turk c 
Filmore, 

*Holmes H. E. & Co. (light, heavy 
and trucks), 834 and 836 How- 
ard 

*Holt Bros, (dealers), 30 and 32 Main, 

Holtua ifc Hansen (light and wagon), 
715 Folsom, 

Jackson A. A. & Co. (dealers), 26 
Golden Gate av. 

Keaney Felix (light), 1118 ilission, 

.*Kerr David (liirht, heavy and truck), 
47 and 49 Beale, 

*Kitznniller Michael (light), 829 How- 
ard, 

Klapperich J. J. (light) 3 Grand av. 

LaCaze Baptiste (wagon). 714 San- 
some. 

LaChapelle Joseph J. (light and 
wagon), 228 and 230 Mission, 



Langlej' & Jones (wagon), 27 Wash- 
ington. San Francisco 
ncisco *Larkins & Co. (light), 634 to 638 

Howard, " 

Lastufka F. J. (trimmer), 1633 
i\Iarket, 
JrLocke.l. P, (light and wagon), 670 
Mission, 

*Lowney Jerrv & Sons (light and 

heavy), 426 9lh, " ' 

Lowney T, F. (wagon). 234 North. 

Maier Thomas (repairer), 2313 Mis- 
sion, " • 

Marshall Robert (light), 1835 Mis- 
sion, " 

*Martin & Torrey (wagon;, 1604 

Mission, " 

Matthai J. C, H & Son (wagon), 

Mission and 29tli. " 

y Mayer John L. (light). 518 Sixlh. 

McAaron Charles (light), 540 Valen- 
cia, " 

*McCue Carriage Co. (li.ght), 1317 

Market. " — 

McGregor Alex, (wagon), 760 Bryant, " 

Moltar Charles (trimmer), 1112 Mis- 
sion, " 

Mowry W. A. & Co. (light), 1140 

Folsom. " ' 

Mueller William (wagon), 1128 Mis- 
sion, " 

Newkirk D. I. (repairer), 2728 Mis- 
sion, " 

*0'Biien P. J. & Sons (wagon), Gold- 
en Gate av and Polk, " — 

Pardini L. &Co. (wagon), 103 Oregon, " 

Plummer George (wagon), 1331 Mis- 
sion, '• 
^Roberts Thomas (light), 1613 Market, " 

Roemer Joseph (repairei), 1927 Mis- 
sion, " 

Rothgauger Frederick flight), 834 

Harrison. " 

Ruegg & Schlegel (wagon), 972 Har- 
rison. " 

Rueser Charles (wagon), 316 McAl- 
lister, " 

Sanborn A. W. & Co (light and 
heavy wao-ou and dealers), 24 
Beale, " " — 

Schulz William & Son (light and 

wagon). 787 Mission. " 

Shaflf O. M. (light), 329 Golden Gate 
av, 
>Shaw Wm. E. (light), 1621 Market, 

Stamer August (light), 105 Oregon, " 

*Stitt Robert (wagon), 645 Mission. " 

Strine G. W. (dealer), 46 New Mont 

gomery, " 

*Studebaker Bros. Mfg. Co. (dealers), 
201 and 203 Market, 

SuhlE. J. Mrs (wagon), 114 Drumm, " 

Thompson John D. (repairer), 3009 

Mission, " 

Toothaker John H Jr. (repairer), 
1623i^ Pine. 

*Truman, Hooker & Co. (mfrs, and 

dealers), 421 and 427 Market. " 

Von Emdcn John (repairer), Clare 
and 5lh, 



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106 



CALIFORISriA. 



Carriacje (ind War/o/i Makers— rontinued. 
*Wertsch William (wagon), 102 Gol- 



den Gate av, 

Weston Samuel W. (wagon), 
Polk, 

Wight & Hocking (wagon), 
Polk. 

*Wiiley O. F. & Co. (dealers), 317 
Montgomery, 

John C. (light), 346 McAl- 
lister, 

Wylie James (light), 838 Howard 



San Francisco 
2109 



1507 



Wright 



San Gabriel 



San Jacinto 



San Jose 



Baron B. (repairer), 

Burnett Bros, (repairers), 

Cresman John (repairer), 

Hewett H. T. (dealer), 

McDermott Owen (repairer), 

Perkins D. W. (repairer), 

*Reiuhardt J. G. & Co. (dealers), 

Shultz & Van Aleu (repairers and 
dealers), 
/■•■Adel \V. T. (light), 

Balbach John (repairer), 

Bennett W. T. (repairer), 

Bigelow Gideon L. (light), 

Bradley Charles (trimmer), 

Bragg Geo. H. & Co. (dealers), 

Clauss C. H. (trimmer), 

Clauss George (repairer), 

*Crydenwise C. S. (light), 
...^Dwyer J. F. (light), 

*Farmer's Union (dealers), 

Fitzgerald George L. (wagon), 

Fitzgerald James (repairer), 

*Greeninger A. (wagon), 

Griswold B. (dealer), 
_^ Haefner John (trimmer), 

Halsey George M. (dealer), 

Hanneraan H. (light), 

*Hatman & Normandin (light), 
/Hibbard T. A. (light), 

Keiser & Koch (dealers), 

Lovett Frank H. (dealer), 

McGarvin Smith (wagon), 

McQuade James (wagon), 

Meador & Ogan (wagon), 

Messing H. & Sons (dealers), 

Olmsted James jNI. (trimmer), 

Prindle Homer (light and wagon), 

*San Jose Agricultural Works (heavy 
wagon, also dealers in light), 

Sheldon H. M. (dealer), 

Wilcox Edward (repairer), San Juan South 

Black John (light), San Leandro 

Gleason D. H. (repairer), 

*Knaugh J. (light and wagon), " 

Head W. H. & Son (wagon), San Lucas 

Finney & Peterson, San Luis Obispo 

Kaetzel P. (light and wagon), " 

Kay E. J. (wagon), 

McCabe G. W. (repairer), 

Peterson Andrew (repairer), " 

*Ready Philip F. (repairer), " 

*Reed C. H. & Co. (dealers), 

*Freeman A. A. (wagon), 

Courter J. P. & Co. (dealers), 

Hennessey & Hacker (repairers), 

*Nott Samuel (dealer), 

Payne W. H. (dealer), 

Slayton & DelTour (repairers). 



Withrow William (repairer), 
Kleinschmidt Charles (repairer), 
Anderson A. (wagon), 
Gordon Lewis (wagon), 
/Harding J. A. (wagon), 
Buttner .J. (wagon), 
Bradley E. W. (repairer), 
*Glldniacher L. (dealer), 
Harmon & Morton (dealers), 
Holzgrafe F. & Co. (repairers), 
*Luitweiler S. W. (wagon dealer), 
Nichols & Ulm (dealers), 
Spangler & Johnson (repairers). 



San Jliguel 

San Pablo 

San Rafael 



San Ramon 
Santa Ana 



Sanger /Yost & Reid (wagon). 



San Louis Rey 
San Miguel 



Bates Bros, (wagon). 

Bates Joseph (wagon), 

Eberlee & Lowe (repairers), 

Harcroft Harry (repairer), 

Hawley W. A. & T. S. (dealers). 
/•*Hunt, Son & Schuster (light), 

Jaquith E. J. (repairer), 

Nebel Charles (trimmer), • 

Bird Geo. (repairer), 

Bradbury E. C. (repairer). 

Code Joseph (repairer), 

Davis J. K. (repairer), 
VDay J. A. (repairer), 

Mitchell J. (repairer), 

Morrison A. J. (repairer), 

Munch A. (repairer). 

Bowman E. (light), 

Ely & Betls, (dealers), 

Foster E. (wagon), 

Lewis J. E. (dealer), 
^Lindsay D. M. (wagon), 

LukinsE. (wagon), 

Mette C. A. (repairer), 

Millett John (repairer), 

Steveno John (repairer). 

Bell & Bryant (dealers), 

Braun Robert (wagon), 

Forrester L. L. (repairer), 
y^ Long John (repairer), 

Marshall J. L. (repairer), 

*Bennison H. G. (wagon). 

Baker & Ross (light and heavy). 

Body Mark (repairer), 

Buckland L. H. (trimmer). 

Colgan & Simpson (light and heavj' 

Ludwig T. J. (dealer), 

Matthews A. F. & Son (wagon), 
^Miller John (light), 

Prindee William & Son (trimmers), 

"Reynolds ct Woodward (dealers), 

Schmidly & De Prim (repairers). 

Trembly & Marcil (wagon), 

Anderson J. A. (wagon) 

McLean R. (wagon), 

*Bystle D. P. (wagon), 

Gardner Wm. X. (repairer). 

Rosseau Solomon (repairer), 

Spaddock J. C. (wagon), 

Creighton J. S. (repairer), 

*Campbell A. B. (wagon), 

Bernhardt J. P. (wagon), 

Percy W. J. (wagon), 

Foflietti Julius (repairer), 

Dambacker F. (repairei), 

Mellyn Hubert (repairei), 

*Sears ct \V'enzell (wagon). 



Santa Barbara 



Santa Clara 



Santa Cruz 



Santa Maria 



Santa Paula 
Santa Rosa 



Santa Ynez 

Saratoga 

Shasta 

Siempje Yitva 

Sierra Valley 

Sites 

Smith's Flat 

Smith River 

Soledad 

Sonoma 
Sonora 



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SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 

BINCHAMTON WAGON CO., BINCHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



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CALIFORNIA. 



107 



Carrmyt (ind Wagon Makers — continued. 



iglit), 



and 



Starbird R. J. (repairer), 
/]Mason ifc Smith (light and heavy), 

Egan ife Son (wagon), 

Biuk A. (repairer), 

Brandt J. A. (repairer), 

*Caine John (dealer), 

Granger's Union (dealers), 

*Hansel A: Ollrich (light), 

Heimau G. 11. (wagon), 

*Henderson ^I. P. & Son (li 

Johnson T. W. (wagon), 

:Miller \Vm. P. (light). 

Miller it McDonald (wagon), 

*Shaw H. C. (dealer), 
/f*Stockton Wheel Co. (light and heavy), 
'" Triiscott A. & J. (wagon), 
/Williams G. P. (wagon), 

Wright W. C. (trimmer), 

^[agoon W. H. (wagon), 

"Edwards J. G. & Son (dealers), 

Flammer & Linahan (repairer), 

Kilborn E. P. (dealer), 

Sullivan & Keys (dealers), 

Church J. S. (wagon), 
/Cooper D. A. (wagon), 

Martell L. (wagon), 

Butler Charles S. (wagon), 

Parr J. L. (wagon), 

Baumgarten Henry (wagon), 

Dionne Edmund (repair), 

Martin & Williamson (wagon), 

Guldager & Murphy (light 
wagon). 

Murphy 31. L. (wagon), 

Killey Robt. T. (wagon,, 

Cooke A. C. (wagon), 

Irwin W. G. (dealer), 

*Moody J. F. (dealer), 

*Goldman J. & Co. (dealers), 

*Hammon D. O. (trimmer 
dealer), 

*Linder Hardware Co. (dealers), 

McFarland N. D. (repairer), 
^Shackelford J. M. (light and wagon), 

W^agner F. K. (wagon), 

*Wheeler »& Zartman (light), 

Woodward A. G. (repairer). 

Young A. (repairer). 

Carpenter William (repairer), 

Moody J. H. (repairer). 

Buckle & Campbell (repairer), 

Carter W. B. A. (light), 

Charelton T. (repairer), 

Chessall & Layton (repairers). 

Place M. W. (light), 

Trvon C. E. (repairer), 
/Young E. J. (light), 

"\\ oodruff E. C. (wagon). 

*Cernon Hugh (wagon). 

Chapman F. C. (de^iler), 

Coutelow W. C. (dealer), 

Donoho W. C. (light and wagon), 

Moore S. W. (repairer), 
/■"Powers Geo. A. (liglit), 

*Brownlie John ^dealer), 

Henderson O. L. (wagon), 

"^IasoIl ife Kenned}' (repairers), 

Winchell 6c Edgcumbe (wagon deal- 
ers). 



Sonera 
Soquel 
Spadra 



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also 



Stocking J. R. (wagon), 
Morgan J. D. (repairer), 
*Vickers & Sheldon (wagon dealers), 
Bergstrom C. (light), 
StocktonyHunt S. B. (wagon), 

Kimball & Jackson (dealers), 
*Stevens & Co. (dealers), 
*Sweet S. & Co. (dealers), 
*Wheaton T. B. (wagon), 
Grishaber G. F. (wagon), 
Donle}' W. A. (repairer), 
*Kirsh Michael (wagon), 
Prouty J. L. (wagon), 
Anderson "William (wagon), 
*Baxter J. A. (dealer), 
Brassel H. P. (dealer), 
Eaton R. W. (repairer). 
Guramow William (repairer), 
Hobson Charles (wagon), 
Stony Point*] Huddleson H. (wagon), 
Suisun City Ingham James (repairer and dealer), 
" Osborne Co. (dealers), 

i Quinn R. P. (dealer), 
*Stoesser Otto (dealer), 
Straub Geo. & Son (wagon), 
Bevan Edward (wagon), 
Stewart John A. (wagon), 
Edgerton W. R. (wagon), 
Nelk Nicholas (wagon), 
Peters B. H. (repairer), 
Vincent D. Frank (wagon), 
Bielar Henry (wagon), 
*Muller Jos. (wagon). 
Tomales I Leonard William (repairer), 
Ireland Elias (wagon). 
Brown J. H. (repairer), 
Crane D. (repairer), 
Diggs M. (dealer), 
Dumphey D. (repairer), 
Falkner & Hill (repairers), 

: *Gibson T. B, et Co. (dealers), 
Hogoboam A. (repairer), 

>Lock H. R. (light). 

I Relyea S. B. (trimmer), 

' Sovereign A. (light). 



Valley Ford 
Ventura 



Visalia 



Wallace 
Walnut Creek 

TVaterford 
Watsonville 



Susanville 
Sutter Creek 

Sycamore 

Tehama 



Tipton 



Trespinos 
Truckee 



Tulare 



West Butte 
Wheatland 

Wildomar 
Williams 

Willilts 
Willows 

Wilmington 

Winters 

Woodland 



/ 



Tulare City 
Ukiah 



Sovereign Joshua (light), " 

Wherry George F (repairer), " 

Bandrup John (repairer), Woodside 
Winkler John (light and wagon), 

Kast Henry (wagon), Yolo 

Robinson J. H. (repairer), Yountville 

Hovey W. A. (repairer), Yreka 
*Nehrbass & Harmon (wagon dealers), " 
*Stimmel H. E. (dealer), 
Swan & Lemay (wagon). 



Orr ct Wilcoxson (wagon). 



Yuba City 



Upper Lake 
Vacaville 



Vallejo 



/ 



Carriaf/e and War/on Dealers, 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Axle Mfrs. 

*Pacific Axle Co., Mission, cor Fre 

mont, San Francisco 

liodu Mfrs. 

*B('nicia Agricultural Works, Benicia 

*Fife W. C. Oakland 

*IIolt Bros . ;^0 and 32 Main, San Francisco 

*Stockton Wheel Co., Stockton 



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CALIFORNIA. 



\ Boiler Insurance, 

*HARTFORD STEAM BOILER 
INSPECTION AND INSUR- 
ANCE CO. -(See p 54), 306 San- 
some, San Francisco 

Gear Mfrs. 

*Bcnicia Agricultural Works, Benicia 

Fife W. C, Oakland 

Gltie 3Ifrs. 

Souther Charles N. , Napa City 

Jurgens C. & Son, Upper Stockton 

road, Sacramento 

California Varnish Works, P. D. 

Winter prop. , Utah n 9th, San Francisco 

Hardware and Supply Deal- 
ers, 

*Harper & Reynolds Co. (liardware), 

48 and 50 North Main and 61 

and 63 North Los Angeles, Los Angeles 
*Percival ct Chambers, 223 North 

Los Angeles, " 

*Reynolds J. H., 71 North Los An- 
geles, " 
*Schoder, Johnston & Co., 114 

North Los Angeles, " 

*Wigm()re John, 13 and 15 South 

Los Angeles, " 

^Carpenter Fred H. (trimmings), Oakland 

*Evers(m W. & M., 
*Fife W. C, 561 Twelfth. 
*Howard E. A. & Co., 563 Twelfth. 
^Gilman L. P. & Co., 512 J, Sacramento 

*Huntingtou-Hopkins Co., " 

^Pacific Wheel and Carriage Works, " 
*Van Voorhees A. A. & Co., " 

*Waterhou.se& Lester, 709 J, 
*Klaub(.'r & Levi, San Diego 

Armstrong & Hall, San Francisco 

*Baker & Hamilton, c Davis and 

Pine, 
^French John D., 23 Davis, 
*Gibbs G. W. Co., 33 to 39 Fremont, 
*Hawley Bros. Hardware Co., 301 to 

309 Market. 
*Haniev-Daw.-on Co., 27 Beale, 
*Holl Bros.. 30 and 32 Main, 
*Huntington-Hopkius Co., 18 to 2-1 

Fremont, 
*Inger.s()Il G. S., 1101 Battery, 
■"Kitzmuller M. (wheels and wood 

stock), 829 Howard. 
*Martell John, 623 Sacramento, 
"Osboru R. F. & Co., 751 Market, 
*Roehm & Davison, 33 Market, 
*Stein C. W.. 265 Stevenson, 
*Straut W. E. & Co., Sacramento c 

Drumra, 
*Studebaker Bros. Mfg.Co., 201 to 

207 Market. 
*Tayl..r& Flint, 31 Beale, 
*Taylor & Snook, 
*Van Winkle I. S. & Co., 413 Mar- 

kf t 
*Varney Thomas H. B., 42 and 44 

Fremont, 
*Waterhouse «& Lester, 16 to 22 Beale, 
Boscben H., San Jose 



"Boschken J., San Jose 

Bragg G. H. & Co.. 

*Cherrie& Co., 

*Davis & Scroder, " 

^Farmers Union, " 

Knoche & Stock, " 

Colgran it Simpson, Santa Rosa 

Ludwig T. J,, 

*Austin Bros., Stockton 

Grangers Union, 

*Henderson M. P. & Co., 

*Hickiubotham J. T., 271 Main, 

*MilIerW. P., 

Hardwood Lmnher. 

*Wigmore, John 13 to 15 South Los 

Angeles, Los Angeles 

*Howard E. A. & Co., 563 and 565 

12th, Oakland 

*Holt Bros. 80 and 32 Main, San Francisco 
*Kitzmnller M., 829 Howard, " 

*Van Winkle L S. & Co., 413 Market, " 

Huh and S]>oK'e Mfrs. 

(See also Woodicork Mfrs.) 

*HoU Bros., 30 and 32 Main, San Francisco 
Stockton Wheel Co., Stockton 

Jack Mfrs. 

*Benicia Agricultural Works, Benicia 

*Adel W. T., San Jose 

JLanip Mfrs. 

*Boesch Emile & Co. , 

583 and 585 Mission. San Francisco 

Neck Yoke 3Ifrs. 

{See Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Pole 3Ifrs. 

(See also Woodicork Mfrs.) 
*Benicia Agricultural Works, Benicia 

Seat Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*Benicia Agricultural Works, Benicia 

*Stockton Wheel Co., Stcekton 

Spoke 3Ifrs. 

{See Hub and Spoke Mfrs. also Woodwork 
Mfrs). 

Sprinff 31frs. 

*Betts Spring Co., 218 Fremont, San Francisco 

f Thread 3Ifrs. 

*BARBOTJR BROS. CO. THE 

(linen and flax)— (See adv. New 
York department), 517 and 519 
Market. San Francisco 

*LEESON J. R. & CO. (importers). 
— (See adv Mass. department), 
202 California, San Francisco 

Top and Ctfsltfon 3Ifrs. 

*Benicia Agricultural Works. Benicia 

*Truman, Hooker & Co. 421 In 427 

Market, San Francisco 

Western Top Co., 201 and 203 Market " 



DROP-AXLE BUGGIES, t: ^ 

BANNER ROAD WAGONS, m S 

BANNER SPRING SURREYS. ^ 1 



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INGHAMTON WAGON CO,, 

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CALIFORNIA — CULOKADO. 



109 



^ 



Trininiet'S. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers. ) 

Trlriimuif/ Jl/'rs. 

*cray(leii ite Lewis Co., 123 and 125 

Ni)itli Los Angeles, Los Angeles 

T Y« r n Ish 3If} 's. 

California Varnish Works, P. D. 

Winter prop.. 

Ninth, 
*Hueter Bros. & Co 



Polrero 



av n 

San Francisco 
601 Market, 



*Pacific Varnish Co., 223 Sacramento, " 

Waffon Cover 3Ifrs. 

*Neville & Co., 81 and 33 California. 

San Francisco 

Wheel llfi's. 

(See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
*Pacific Wheel & Carriage Works, 
J. F. Hill prop., 1301 to 1323 J, 

Sacramento 



*ll()ll Bros.. 30 and 32 Main, San Francisco 
*WalJMlii)use & Lester, 700 J, Sacra- 
mento, and 16 Beale, " 
^Stockton Wheel Co., Stockton 

fV/ii/fietree Mfrs. 

(See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
*Benicia Agricultural Works, Benicia 

Wood(vorh 3Ifrs. 

*Benicia Agricultural Works (all 

kinds), Benicia 

*Fife W. C. (bodies and gears), Oakland 

■^Pacific Wheel & Carriage Works, 
J. F. Hill prop, (all parts), 1301 
to 1323 J, Sacramento 

*Waterhou^e & Lester (wheels and 
part.s), 709 J, 

*HoU Bros, (parts), 30 and 32 Main, 

San Francisco 

*Waterhouse & Lester (wheels and 
parts), 16 Beale, 

*Stockton Wheel Co. (bodies, wheels, 

etc.), Stockton 



COLORADO. 



Commercial Paper. — Bills of exchange, drafts, checks and promissory notes for money 
or chattels, are negotiable. Sight drafts and checks are not entitled to days of grace. 

Interest. — Any rate of interest may be agreed upon and received without being usu- 
rious. If no agreement as to rate is made, ten per cent, per annum is the legal rate. 



CarrUige mid Wagon Makers. 



Derby A. (wagon), Akron 

Brown O. P. (wagon), Alamoss 

Moore Evan (wagon), ' 

yNeal W. R. (wagon), 

Spriestersbuch J no. & Co. (dealers), " 

Croft R. A. (dealer). Aspen 

Stockman F. H. (dealer), " 

Boelbert & Fick (wagon). Black Hawk 
Retallack Joseph (light and vpagon). 

Bellman John (repairer), Boulder^ 

Border & Coffin (dealers), " 

Coates Edward L. (dealer), " 
*Hawkins. Hiskey & Johnson (dealers), " 

/Johnson Wm (wagon), " 
Perren E. J. (dealer), 

/Poole J. W. (wagon), " 

Merkle W. H. (wagon), Breckenridge 

Briggs Daniel G. (repairer), Buena Vista 

"Dean k, Brown Mercantile Co. 

(dealers), " 

Krueger Edward (dealer), " 
McMilken J. M. (dealer), 

Niles C. A. (repairer), " 
Smith E. S. (repairer), 

Ashby & Yard (repairers), Canon City 

^Canon City Carriage Co. Oigbt and 

heavy, also dealers), " 

Handy & McGee (dealers), " 

Hyde & Peabody (repairers), " 



*Connors & McLeod (repairers), Central City 

*Barnes 6. S. & Son (dealers), 

Colorado Springs 
ayf-Bartlett E. C. (wagon), 

Curtis J. P. & Co. (repairers), 

*Dilts S. M. (repairer;, 

Maybury J. F. (dealer), 

Moore W. D. (repairer), 

*Roby W. H. & Co. (dealers), 

Schneider John (wagon), 

*Welles E. F. & Co. (dealers), 

►Arthur & Rollin (wagon), Del Norte 

*Ewing Hardware Co. (dealers), 

Grimm J. (dealer), 

Akron Carriage Co. (light and wag- 
on, also dealers), 2051 Califor- 
nia, (p 106,670) Denver 

Allison C. E. (trimmer), 1819 15th, 

Avery Geo. W. (wagon), 3233 Market, " 

Bargen Olof (repairer), " 

Boston Carriage Works, Horace, 

Ling prop., 2240 Market, " " 

Broadway Carriage Works, Broad- 
way c Cherry Creek, " ^^ — 

*Butler, Wyman & Atwood (dealers), 
15th c Wazee, 

Degenhardt J. A. (wagon), 1621 15th, " 
/Denver Carriage Co. The (light and 
dealer.s), 1937 to 1943 Curtis, 

"•■'Enterprise Carriage Co. (light and " 

wagon), 1321 20 th, 



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Carriage Catalogue Printers. 



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110 



COLORADO. 



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Carriage mid Wagon Makers — (•ontiniied. 

Frink William M. (wagon), 1730 

Wazee. Denver 

Grii^at A. (wagon), rear 19 Golden av, " 
*Hoyt & Savage (wagon dealers), 1401 

Uolladay, 
Izett James (wagon), 1131 Welton, " 

*Kiusey W. J. Implement Co. (deal- 
ers). 1703 15lh, 
Koch Gottlieb (wagon), 286110th. 
*Lee Henry (wagon dealer), Wazee c 

16th, 
*Lighthall A. C. (dealer), 1600 15th 

c Wazee, " 

/*Melburn L. A. & Co. (light and 

WMgon), 238 to 250 22d, " 

Murpliy John (repairer), " 

*Orrock David (wagon), 1840 Holla- 
day, 
"Robertson & Doll Carriage Co 

(dealers), 1 533 Arapahoe, " 

Schaefer P. C. (wagon), 1725 15th, 
Tiedmann Jacob (trimmer), 1735 

15th, 
Timpte William (repairer), " 

Tripp & Vance (wagon), 2415 19th, 
y^Wall & Pursell (mfrs. and dealers), 

1618 15th, 
Wilson J. M. (wagon), 1323 27th, 
*WoeberBros. Carriage Co., 1328 

11th, 
*Chapman W. C. (dealer), Durango 

Hammond N. W. (repairer), " 

^■•Mackson Harry (wagon), " 

*Naegelin Chas. (repairer and dealer), " 
*Sau Juan Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Stephens & Bailey (wagon), Fairplay 

Wilmarth S. H. & Son (wagon), 
"*Ames, Campbell & Co. (dealers). 

Fort Collins 
*Anderson Peter (dealer), " 

Beers J. S. (repairer), " 

Beeson E. S. (repairer), " 

*Evans & Co. (dealers), " 

^Hawley W. C. (light and wagon), " 

Homer & Simmons (repairers), " 

Mandeville J. H. (light and wagon), " 
•Powers D. L. (wagon), " 

Seibert Geo. W. (repairer), " 

*Vanderwork Martin (dealer), " 

Conners D. (repairer), Gleenwood Springs 

/« Graves I. N. (wagon), " 

*Lee Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Murray J. (repairer), " 

Center G. A. (repairer), Greeley 

*Clark J. Max (dealer), • " 

""Farr & Taylor (repairers), " 

/*Fuller Fred (repairer), " 

*Huffsmith & Atkinson (dealers), '* 

Jesse & Wilson (repairers), " 

*Patterson & Co. (dealers), " 

*Smith F. E. & Co. (dealers), 
Williams E. (repairer), " 

Woodbury A. A. (repairer), " 

Combs & Haegan (light), Gunnison 

*Gunnison Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

/*Halloway H. (wagon), " 

*Outcalt Bros, (dealers), " 

Furrier H. (dealer), " 



Boyer Wm. (repairer), Hendricks 

Wingate & Dale (wagon), Howard 

Allen Cy. (dealer), Leadville 

Barnes S. H. (dealer), 
Florar George K. (dealer), 
*Leitzman N. Charles (wagon), " 

Younger W. A. & Co. (dealers), " 

*Diehl W. F. (wagon), Montrose 

*Henderson & McCafferty (wagon), " 

Strouse E. M. (wagon), Newcastle 

*King Louis (wagon), Oura}^ 

Cutler E. K. (light and wagon, also 

dealer), Pueblo 

Gray Bros, (dealers), " 

*Hyde W. H. (repairer and dealer), " 

*Stewart F. H. & Co. (light and wagon), " 
*Dye B. U. & Son (repairers), Rocky Ford 
Allen B. (wagon), Trinidad 

Baldwin & Vosbeck (wagon), " 

>Burkhard E. D. (light), 

^ *HowIett W. E & Co. (dealers), 
Littleton, Smithpeter & Co. (wagon), " 
McClellan G. H. (repairer), 
*Post Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Stewart Henry (wagon), Westcliflfe 

Bodey H. W. (repairer), White Pine 

VTaylor Bros, (repairers), Yampa 

Carriage and Wagon Dealers, 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers). 

\Boiler Insurance. 

*HARTFORD STEAM BOILER 
INSPECTION AND IN- 
SURANCE CO.-(See p 54), 
Opera House Block, Denver 

Gear Mfrs. 

*StewartF. H. «& Co., 



Pueblo 



JSardivare and Supply Deal- 
er's. 

*Dillon Thomas F., 1620 15th, Denver 

*Lighthall A. C, 15th c Wazee, 

*More's J. M. Sons, 1539 15th, 

*Stewart F. H. & Co., Pueblo 

Sleigh Mfrs. 

Stockman F. H. (dealer). Aspen 

Coates E. L. (dealer), Boulder 
Perren E. J. (dealer), 

*Lee Hardware Co. (dealers), Glenwood Spring 

Combs & Haegan, Gunnison 

*Gunnison Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Gray Bros, (dealers), Pueblo 
*Hyde W. H. dealers), 
■"Stewart F. H. & Co. (dealers), 

Trimmers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Wagon Cover 3Ifrs. 

*Fisher F. H., 1539 Blake, Denver 

*Morriion T. J. & Co., 1420 17th, 
*Patten W. L. & Co., 1440 Lawrence, " 



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^ BINGHAMTOISr, N. Y., U. S. A. 



I SHIPMENT, 






For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



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OOXNECTICUT. 



Ill 



CONNECTICUT. 

CoMMERCiAi. Patek. — Piomissoiy notes for the payment of money only, payable to a 
person or his order, or to bearer, are negotiable. Notts on demand become overdue and dis- 
honored after fi>ur months, and to hold endorsers must be protested at that lime. Days of 
grace are not allowed on sight drafts, orders or notes on demand, unless specified. When the 
third day of grace falls on an appointed day of fasting or Thanksgiving, or on January 1st, 
February 22(1, May 80th. July 4th. or December 2oth, paper payable on such days becomes 
due the secular day preceding; aud whea Janu iry Isl, February 22d, May 30th, July 4th, or 
December 2.Tth coines on Sunday, the following 3Ionday is made a legal holiday, and paper 
becoming due on such Monday is payable the Saturday preceding. Notice of dishonor may 
be b}"^ mail addressed to the town where the party resides, unless otherwise specified. la case 
of drafts drawn or negotiated here on parlies in other states, the holder in this state may re- 
cover of the drawer or endorsers as damages to the time of protest as follows: If drawn on 
parties in New York city, two per cent, on principal amount of the bill; if on parties in Maine, 
New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York (outside of New York 
city), New Jerse^y. Pennsylvania. Delaware. ^larjiand, Virginia, or the District of Columbia, 
three per cent, of the principal sum; if upon parlies in North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, 
Indiana. Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky, or Georgia, five per cent, of the principal sum. If 
on parties in any other slate, territory, or district in the United Slates, eight per cent, of such 
principal sum, without regard to rale of exchanges existing at the time of notice, and the legal 
rate of interest after dishonor. 

Interest is allowed al six per cent, and whatever taxes may be assessed on the loan. 
If a greater rate is actually paid, there is no penalty. 



Carriage and Wagon Makers. 

*Abbey Walter (repairei), Andover 
Blackman Wm. M. (repairer), 

Loomis Chas. A. (repairer), " 

Curtis John W. (repairer), Ansonia 

Curtiss W. E. (repairer), " 

Mahoney Dennis (repairer), " 
/Pope & Ten liroeck (light and deal- 
ers), 

Terry & McLarney (repairers), " 

O'Niel P. (repairer). Avon 

Lucier J. & Son (repairers), Baltic 

Si Onge Louis (wagon), " 

/*Flynn & Doyle (light), Bantam 

LeClair L. (repairer). Berlin 

French Charles (wagon), Bethany 
French Wales H. (repairer), 
Smith David F. (repairer), 

/Crane Rufus T. (was-on). Bethel 

' Haius W. S. (repairer), 

Kyle Samuel (repairer), " 
Candee F. (repairer), Bethlehem 

y Guild George C. (wagon), " 

Hayes W. P. (repairer), " 

*Judson & Co. (dealers), " 

yBooth Joseph N. (light and wagon), 

Birmingham 
Bradley F. A. (dealer), 

/Harris John S. (light and wagon), " 

Lampert George (repairer), " 

Russell & Blakeman (repairers), " 
Brewer Albert F. (light and wagon), 

Bloomfleld 

*Whiton Tudor (light and wagon), " 

BotsfordG. W. (light), Botsford 

Clark Jos. G. (wagon), Bozrah 
Bailey Wm. F. (repairer). Bozrah ville 

Hubbard Henry (repairer), Branford 

Moore J. S. (trimmer), " 



Rowland Lynde (light), Branford 

Rowlej' Augustus R. (repairer), " 

Abbott M. S. (repairer), Fairfield av. 

Black Rock, Bridgeport 

*Carsteusen Henrj' (dealer), 101 to 

105 John, 
Cook George F. (dealer), Kossuth, " 

iCrossley David (light), Kossuth n 
^ Stratford av, 

*Gaies H. D. & Co. (light and heavy, 

also dealers), John c Broad, " ' 

Gormley T. K. (trimmer), 376 North av, " 
Gould W. H. (repairer), rear 192 

State, 
tGuuderman William H. (lisrht), 213 

and 215 Middle, 
*Hali Charles W. (light and wagon), 

15 Housatonic av, " 

*Hall & Smith (dealers), 15 Housa- 
tonic av, " 
»*Hincks& Johnson (heavy), 459 Broad, " 
I Keiser Charles (repairer), Congress c 

Middle, 
*Lines George O. (dealer), 198 Noble 

av, 
Mackej^ P. B. (repairer), 45 Kossuth, " 
*Nichols, Peck & Co. (light), 97 and 

99 John, " " 

*Provost ifc Clarke (light), Noble av c 

Burroughs, " 

Raymond H. W. (dealer), 18 Court, 
Scofield C. S. (light and wagon), No- 
ble av c Crescent av, " 
*Smith Joseph S. (dealer), 91 John, 
Standish Frederick (repairer), 591 

State, 
Sturll Charles (light). 376 North av. 
Wellington Wm. jr. (repairer), 690 

Fairfield av, " 



*Minor George (wagon). 



Bridgewater 



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FIRMSHED BI 



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^ Of their WOOD FILLERS or ROUGH STUFF. 



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112 



CONNECTICUT 



Carriage ai(d Wayan Makers — rontirimd. 

Orr James (repairer), Bricigewatei 

Avery J. E. (repairer). Hri-loi 

■"Giddings Watson & Son (light and 
wagon), 

Heflfernan D. J. (repairer). 

Peck ifc Merriniaii (dealers), 
/^Thompson N. P. ct Son (light), 

Lee James (wagon), 

Chapman Charles (wagon), 
/Howe F. S. (wairon), 
^ *MarlowE. M. M. (dealer). 

Snow Ralph 1). (repairer), 

Henry Samuel K. (repairer), 

Henry Wm. Jr. (light), 

"Buruham Eilwin P. (light), 

*Brown E. J. & B. S. (wagon). 

Brinton G. H. & Co. (wagon). 



Darien 



Brookfield 
Brooklyn 



Burlington 

Burnside 

Campville 



Dayvilie 
Deep River 

East Berlin 
East ford 



Cole Chas. E. (repairei), 
Gregory George H. (wagon), 
Hyde John L (wagon), 
Cowles L. G. (heavy wagon), 
Brock way Bros., 
*Tilliughast F. H. & F. 



■• Waterbury C. G. (dealer), 
W'eed & Davidson (repairers). 
Withey Beniannn N. (wagon), 
y Howard F. M. (ligiit), 
' ••■Rogeis E. W. (dealer). 
I>ickiiison F. (repairer), 
Houeii S O. (I'ealei), 
Bowers U. M. (repairer), " 

Whitney L. M. (wagon). ' 

Tooker S. J. (light and wagon), East Haddam 
Clark F. A. (repairer), Ea.st Hampton 

Strong George A. (wagon), 
Andross \V. F. (dea'eO. East Hartford 

*Comstock W. G. & F. (road cart 

dealers). " 

Duffy Wm (wagon), " 

Hutchins Chas. C. (repairer), " 

Pratt F. L. & Co. (repaiiers and dealers), " 

Canaan Valley ^kRoberts Andrew (light), " 

" ^Bradley Stephen (wagon), East Haven 

Smith. H. A. (repairer), '.' 

Can terburyj. Carter J. E. (light and wagon), EhsI Litchfield 
"■ Hayden Edward, (repairer), 

*Nichols Charles (wagon). 



Canton Center' 
Center Brook 
W. (dealers) 

Central Village 



^'Rogers J. S. (light). 



*Torry Bros, (wagon), 
*Beadles B. (repairer), 
*Latimer George (repairer), 
/*Kelsey W^m. H. (wagon), 
Snow Edward C. (repairer), 
Stebbins Henry J. (repairer), 
*Barbour A. H. (dealer), 
Carr James E. (repairer), 
^tiickland A. F. (repairer), 
*Collins C. & Son (repairers), 
Fox A. H. (repairer), " 

Andrews Chester A. (wagon), 

Cornwall Bridge 
Addis H. A. Sou (light), 369 and 

371 Main, Danburj^ 

Barber Wm. H. (repairer), 8 Crosby, 
"Chase Charles (light), 48 Rowan, 



Cheshire 

Chesterfield 

Clinton 

Colchester 

Collinsville 



Columbia 



^Danbury Carriage 
'^ 315 Main, 



Co. (light), rear 



Day Josiah L, (light), 266 Main, 
Morrell Victor V. (repairer), ' ' 

^Olmstead W. H. (light), 5 Stevens, 
'•Potter Chas. H. (light), 15 Cherry, 
Rockwell Coleman T. (light), 281 

White, 
Sturgess F. E. (light), 6 Willie, 
Tine Henry (light), 78 Balmforth av. 
Union Carriage Co. (light), 3 Centre, " 
* Vincent & Austin (light), " 

Weed & Whitney (light), Stevens 

lane, " 

Baker F. E. (repairer), Danielsonville 

Bennett Israel Jr. dealer), " * 

Bowen O. W. (dealer), 
^Bradford Thomas (repairer and 

dealer), 
*Call Bros, (dealers), 

Keach Wm. (repairer), " 

Levi Richard (repairer), " 

/Stevens H. J. (wagon), " 

Avery H. W. (repairer), Darien 

Barker W. T. (repairer), 
Haynes Chas. R. (repairer), " 

Sammer Nelson (repairer), " 



Chaffee N. O. (wagon). 
King William N. (wagon), 
Remington Henry L. (wagon), 
Dickinson G. L. (dealer). 
Pratt Alfred A. (repairer), 
*Gilbert J. L. (repairer), 
""S ayback James A. (wagon). 
Hart Sidney (repairer), 
Gladwin F. E. (wagon), 
GoodaleD. J. 
Scoville H. S. (light), 
*Lent Elijah (repairer), 
*Hay George S. (light and wagon), 
*Ray J. H. (dealer), 
Saunders J. B. (repairer), 
Searlect Saunders (repairers), 
Beckwith George (repairer), 
Boon Robert (repairer), 
*Hull George A. k Son (dealers), 
Laudon Hart (repairer), 
*Rogers J. S. (repairer), 
>■" Spencer Richard (wagon), 
■^Reynolds E O. (repairer and dealer) 



Easton 

East River 

East Woodstock 

Ellington 

Enfield 

Essex 



Fairfield 

Farmington 

Gildersleeve 

wagon also dealer), Glastonbury 

Goshen 
Greenwich 



Griswold 

Groton 

Guilford 



Hamburg 
Benham Charles (wagon). Hamden 

Garlarneau Joseph, (repairer), 
Alexander J. S. (light and wagon). 

65 Pleasant, (p 53,182) Hartford 

Allen J. P. (dealer). 328 Asylum, 
Bugbee C. E. (repairer), 201 Smith, 
Bushnell k, Goodwin (wagon), 1032 

Main, 
'Darrow C. M. (light), 185 Pearl, 
Gregg Geo. W. & Co. (dealers), 454 

Asylum, " 

*Hart Edward G. (light and heavy), 

39 and 43 Albany^'av, 
*Keeny Aaron (wagon and trucks), 

21 Charles, 
Keeney Reid A. (repairer), 34 Wells, " 
Kenney Michael (wagon), 291 Shel- 
don, " 
>King Ralph, Jr. (wagon), 141 Front, " 
^ Lee F. P. (repairer), 369 Allyn, 
Manion & Given (wagon), 12 Ferry, " 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

Binghamton Wagon Co.^ Binghamton, N, Y; 



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CONNECTICUT. 



113 






Hartford 



Carr'uKjc and Wdf/o// Maimers — continued. 

*jVlansuy Carriiige Mfg. Co. (light, 
-^ heavy and wagon, also dealers), 

17 Ehn, 
McGurk Bernard L. (light and wag- 
on), 352 Albany av, " 
Ott Andrew (repairer), tJ Charles, " 
*Pomeroy Geo. W. (dealer), 291 to 

303 Allyn, 
*Pullar James (wagon, also dealer in 

light), 5 Mechanic, 
*Ridgwav Samuel (wagon), 17 

Charles, 
Saunders Jas. H. (wagnn), 1-1 New 

Britain av, " 

Schirm Frank (wagon), 36 Sheldon, " 
*Tuttle Nelson (dealer), 7 Mather, 
Warren Fred. M. (dealer). 638 Main, 
Webster A. D. (wagon), 29 Vine, 
Webster it Milton (wagon), 187^ Main, " 
Bunnell S. J. (wagon), Hartland 

*Allen E. C. (dealer), Hazardville 

*Titfany C. G & Son (repairers and 

dealers), 
Cooley John E. (repairer), 
Latham William E. (repairer), 
XMltchell G. F. (iighl), 
*HIGGANUM MFG. CORPORA 

TION (farm wagons, farm 

carts and trucks) — (See adv New 

York df'pt.). 
Kilpatrick William (wagon) 
Fowler Wm. H. (repairer), 
Carpenter Enos L. (wagon), 
*Chase James H. (wagon), 
Ailing W I. (wagon), 
Dudley Orson L. (wagon), 
Stewart James (wagon), 
Stebbins H. D. (wagon dealer), 
Wetmore W. A. (repairer), 
Whiteman W. H. (repairer), 
Chapman Lucius (repairer), 
^ Ayer Frank P. (wagon), 
Low den James (repairer), 
*Ganung James (repairer), 
Pratt Seth (dealer), 
Taylor A. K. (repairer), 
/*Coan W. B. (light) 



Hebron 



Higganum 

Highland Park 

Hockanuni 

Hotchkissvilie 

Huntsville 

Kensington 

Killingworth 

Lakeville 

Lebanon 



Ledyard 

Liberty Hill 

Lime Rock 

Litchfield 



Milford 

Mill Plain 

Montville 
< ( 

Moosup 



Mystic 

Mystic Bridge 

Mystic River 

Naubuc 

Naugaluck 



^Gifford E. S. (wagon), 
Haynes Hamilton H. (repairer), 
Morley John D. (repairer), 
/Clemson Andrew (wagon), 
Jones John P. (repairer), 
Sullivan J. L. (repairer), 
*Williams J. M. (dealer), 
*Cone R. & Co., 

Freeman Albert H. (repairer), Mansfield 

*Smith Merritt (dealer), Mansfield Depot 



Manchester' 



Manchester Green 



Fairchild William A. (repairer;, 

*Frost L. D. & Sons (dealers), 

*Bowe Austin & Son (light). 231 
West Main. (p 25,418) 

Bradley Leonard H. (repairer), 381 
East Main, 

*Chalker & Fenu (wagon), 28 Vete- 
ran, 

Hotchkiss Fred. M. (dealer), rear 119 
South Colony. 

Pendkton Henry L. (repairer), 381 
East Main. 



Sanford Elias (repairer). Old Colony 

road bel Hanover av, Meiiden 

^Saunders Joseph M. (light and 

wagon), 55 Mill, " 

Stickm-y & Burr (light and wagon), 

Mill n Stale. 
Fitzroy James H. (light). Mlanus 

Smith Charles B. (repairer), Middlebury 

*Cornwall Isaac H. (repairer), Middlefield 

*Clark & Tryon (repairers). Main (S. 

F.), (p 15,205) Middletown 

/Cornwell Alfred (light), 51 Wash- 
^ ington, " 

Evans James B. (light). 76 Hamlin. " 

*Noxon & Whitney (^dealers), 142 

Main. " 

Williams & Kennally (wagon), 110 to 

114 Church, 
*.M^rris Charles J. (repairer), 
Whitron.b R. & D. S.. 
Corning .John (repairer), 
"■'Brainard V. B. (repairer). 
Browning W. Lving (wagon), 
Smith A. M. (light and wagon), 
*Sprague A. B (dealer), 
J^Torry Bros, (light), 
W inninger Louis (trimmer), 
Starr V. A. (light), 
Chester P. K. (repairer), 
Johnson Charles IL (light), 
Goodale C. J. (light and wagon), 
Hubbell H. C. (wagon dealer), 
Hubbell John P. (repairer), 
Noble Walter (dealer), " 

Smith T. A. (repairer), " 

Tung George (repairer), " 

Banning H. C. (light and wagon), 

(p 19,012) New Britain^ 
Bedford Wm. H. B. (repairer), 58 """ 

Spring. " 

yBenoit A. J. (light). Elm c Commer- 
cial, 
Damon William L. (dealer), 92 

Chu;ch. 
Dube Louis C. (wagon repairer), 43 

Center, 
Giaham Franklin (light and dealer). 

Commercial, " 

Kent Ralph (repairer), 120 South 

Main, 
Jf Vile James (light, wagon and dealer), 
^ 230 Arch, 
Vredenburgh C. B. (repairer), rear 

432 Main, 
Burt & Davidson, New Canaan 

Hoyt Gardner A. (repairer), " 

Johnson George F. (light), " 

Jones J. E. (dealer), " 

Marion Stevens Franklin (dealer), 
Thacher John A. (wagon), 
Boerum Frank A. (repairer), 
Meriden Brown E. P. (wagon). 

Hatch Russell & Sous (heavy), 
*Jennings E. (dealerj, 
Truesdale George W., 
^Carter E. R. (dealer), 
>Gates H. M. (light), 
*Slanclift H. J (dealer), 
Argall J. (repairer), 109 Commerce, 

(p 85,981) New Haven 



Long Hill 

Long Ridge 

Lyme 



New Fairfield 



New Hartford 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — rontinual. 

JtAimstrong M. & Co. (heavy) 433 

Chapel, New Haven 

Aubry Lee J. (light and heavy in the 

white and ironed up), 132 Park, 
Beebe A. M. (trimmer), 118 Park, 
Beers Thomas J. (repairing and 

vragon), 35 Olive, 
Berg Jesse (repairer), 437 Columbus 

av, 
*Boston Buckboard and Carriage Co. 

(light wholesale), 155 to 163 East, 
*Brockett & Tuttle Co. The (light), 

9lGoflf-, 
Bush John A. (wagon and truck), 

June. Water and Bridge, 
Coggins O. C. & Co. (trimmers), 441 

and 443 Ehn, 
Ciihen I. (repairer), rear 68 Fair, 
Cole Edward C. (light and wagon), 

109 Broadway, 
Cooligan Patrick (wagon), 429 Con- 
gress av, 
Costigan Michael (repairer), 131 Dix- 

well av, 
*Crutteuden & Co. (heavy), 12 to 30 

Wooster, 
*Cullom & Co. (light), 108 Franklin, 
Delameter Orrin (light), 918 State, 
*Demarest A. T. (light aud heavy), 

449 to 467 Chapel, 
*I)orman R. O. (light and dealer), 

127 Park, 
DRUEN BERNARD D. (heavy 

and light in the white and ironed 

up), 1U8 Franklin— (See p 51), 
Emmerich Martin & Co. (light and 

wagon), 668 State, 
Floyd David & Co. (wagon and 

trucks), 28 Water, 
Fowler F. M. (light and wagon), 527 

Elm, 
GesnerSylvanus (wagon), 127 Park, 
GOODRICH J. F. & CO. (light 

and heavy, wholesale) — (See p 

51), 142 East, 
*Hale Henry & Co. (heavy whole- 
sale), 6U Franklin, 
Henderson C. Edward (wagon), 151 

South Front, 
*Henderson J. E. (wagon), 124 

Chapel, 
Henry John T. (wagon), 78 Fair, 



Higgins A. (light and wagon), 92 

Washington, 
/*Hooker Henry & Co. (light and 

heavy wholesale), 590 State, 
Howe U. W. (light), rear 158 Whal- 

ley av, 
^Howshield Frederick (dealer), 196 

Bassett, 
Isbell's Morris Sons (repairers), 746 

Whalley av, 
Jillson E. F. (wagon), 126 Chapel, 
*Johnston William (heavy in the 

white and ironed up), 71 Ham- 
ilton), 
*Kean & Lines (heavy), 414 Chapel, 
*Killam Henry Co. The (light and 

heavy), 47 Chestnut, 



/' 



/' 



Peudergast 



/ 



"Kirclihotf F. (wagon, truck and 

buggy), 61 and 63 Foote, New Haven 

Leech William (light and wagon), 

439 Elm, " — 

Lyhue Peter K. (repairer), 509 Or- 
chard. " 

*MANVILLE B. & CO. (heavy), 32 

Wooster, " 

•Manville & Dudley (light), 836 Grand 
av, 

.McLay James Jr. (dealer), 65 Frank- 
lin, 

.Munz J. G. (wagon and repairer), 17 
Bond, 

*Newhall Georsre T. Carriage Co. 

(light), 118 Park. " —- 

*New Haven Carriage Co. (light and 
heavy, wholesale), 5 to 19 Frank- 
lin c Collis, "- — 

New Haven Laundry Wagon Co. 

(laundry wagons), 132 Park, " 

James (heavy in the 
white and ironed up), 66 Wallace, " 

*Pierpont C. & Co. (light and trim- 
mers), 366 Crown, " 

Plait N. M. (repairer), 727 Dixwell 

av, " 

R.yuol'ds F. C. (light), 27 Garden, 

Ryan William (repairer), 105 Com- 
merce, " 

Schwarz Henry B. (wagon and truck), 

99 Temple " 

*Seabrook & Smith (light), 128 Park, " - 

*Shiner S ephen & Son (light wag- 
ons), 87 Greene, 

*Smedlej' Bros. & Co. (wagons and 

trucks, also dealers), 169 Brewery, " 

Tobin Dennis (light), 149 High, " — 

Wilson M. F. (repairer), 488 Grand 
av, 

Boyington Alfred E. (repairer), Newington 

Beck with O. G. & W. G. (dealers), 

35 State, (p 13,672) New London 

*Brown Carriage Co. The (light), 

143 and 145 Bank, "• — 

Brown F. C. (repairer), 214 Bank, 

Carroll B. M. (wagon), 154 Bank, 

Howe Thomas (dealer), 15 Green, " 

Moran D. E. & J. (wagon). 114 Bank. " 

Parker Frederick A. (repairer), rear 
18 Church, 

Phillips C. A. (trimmer), 114 Bank, 

Post O. L. (light and wagon), 179 
Bank, 

Starr & Wheeler (repairers), rear 18 
Church, 

* Beach M. & Son (dealers). New Milford 

Hoyt Oliver W. (wagon), " 

Marsh Chauncey B. (farm wagon), " 

-•■•Mulcahy John & Son (light), 

Potter C. H. (repairer), 

Pratt L. E. (dealer), 

*Soule T. & Co. (dealers), " 

""Soule & Staub (dealers). 

Gay C. H. (repairer). 

Blow Peter (repairer), 

Christinet John (repairer) 

Mcjore M. T. (repairer), 

Robinson N. M. (wagon), 

Hall John (repairer), 



Newtown 

Norfolk 



North Branford 
North Colfcbrook 



New and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 



BIXGHAMTON, N. Y. 



RUSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY, 



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CONTiECTICUT. 



115 



% 



North Stamford 

Nortli Stonington 

North Windham 

North Woodstock 

Nor walk 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Thayer Otis N. (repairer), North Coventry' 

Tucker Welcome (repairer), " 

J Duucklee John F. (light and wagon), 
' Northford 

Elliott A. U. & Son (wagon), 

North Grosvenordale 
/Gilbert George (wagon), North Haven 

.Mansfield Frederick L. (wagon), " 

Page Gilbert S. (repairer), " 

*Smith Geo. W. (dealer). 

Dibble Simuel (repairer), 

*Brovvn L. D. (dealer), 

Spafford Geo. T. (repairer), 

Nlilligan Thomas (dealer), 

"Dann Wm. E. (dealer), 

Hopson Jesse (repairer), " 

.Merritt E. M. (wagon), " 

.Miller Chas. E. (repairer), " 

Natural Wood Carriasre and Spindle 
Co., 

Osterbanks Joseph (wagon), " 

iiuby S. T. (repairer), 

Uuderhill G. P. (wagon), " 

/Conkliii Scott (light), 354 West Main, 
' (p 23,038) Norwich 

Harris George W. (light). lU Thomas, 

^Hilton & Bidwell (light), 13 Bath, 
.Keables A. R. (light), N. L. turnpike, " 

Kiugberger Charles (repairer), 10 

Thames, " 

Levoie Joseph I. (repairer), West 

Main c Thames, " 

McClellan David S. (wagon), 51 

Sherman, " 

Pierce Gilbert (repairer), 51 Sher- 
man, 

Ring M. B. (wagon), 33 Chestnut, 

Scott John H. (light and wagon), 513 
North Main, 



/ 



>Tubbs Wm. (light), 19 Bath, 
♦* Wells F. A. 



Town 



Orange 
Plainfield 

Plainville 



& Co. (dealers), 42 
Church, 
Wells H. R. (repairer), 354 West 
Main, 
J Wood worth George H (light), Myers > 

'^ Alle3^ " ^ 

Allen Fitch L. (wagon), Norwich 

Edmiston Jos. (repairer), 
Russell Stephen D. (repairer), 
Douglass F. L. (dealer), 

*Tillinghast W. (dealer), _ " ^ 

^Barnes Ransom (repairer), 

* Bristol A. M. (wagon), 
*Carter Hiram (dealer). 

/*Corbin J. S. (liijht and wagon), 

* Hitchcock M. B. & Co. (dealers), 
/""Johnson Horace (light), 

North S. D. (repairer), 

*Atwater Mfg. Co. (dealers). 

Case A. G. (repairer), 

Lacey 31. B. (repairer), 

Blakeslee Enos (wagon), 
/Burr John (wagon), 

TuUle W. H. (repairer). 

Guile A. C. (wagon), 

Minor E. (dealer), 

Putnam Carriage Corporation (light), " y/^ 

Sheldon B. W. (repairer), 
/Smith G. G. (wagon). 



/ 



Plantsville 

Plattsviile 
Plymouth 



Preston 
Putnam 



Redding Ridge 
Ridgefield 

Rockville 



Salisbury 
Saybrook 
Seymour 



Shclton 
Sherman 
Simsbury 

Somers 



/' 



Shaw Henry (repairer), 

Gilbert John F., 

Whitlock M. B. (dealer), 

Heim A. L. (dealer), 

Philip L. 0.sciir (repairer), 

Russell Charles (trimmer), 

Scharf R. W. (repairer), 

■■•Stephan Henry A. (wagon), 

Wilber Fred W. (wagon), 

Hoffmann Edward (wagon), 

McAllister G. W. (repairer), 

Malonej' Thomas W. (repairer), 

Wakeley George (wagon), " 

Bostwick Albert J. (wagon), Sharon 

Tenbrook V. D. (dealer), Sharon Valley 

SheUon Carriage Works, T. J. 

Chadeayne prop, (light and 

wagon), 
Hungerford Levi B. (repairer), 
Siddell George A. (dealer), 
*Weed J. T. (light), 
Grover Lester K. (rei")airer), 
x\rmstrong Henry (light and wagon). 

South Coventry 
Hammond A. (wagon), " 

*Parker Henry F. (repairer), " 

Potter Albert "E. (wagon), " 

Talcott David E. (light). 

*Messenger G. L. (dealer), Southington 

Richenbacher 3Iartin (wagon), 
Robinson T. B. (light), 
Taylor W. A. (dealer), " 

Turner J. F. (repairer), 

*Couch Walter D. (light) South Manchester 
Hale, Day & Co. (dealers), 
Buckman L. E. (repairer), South Norwalk 

McLean A. A. (lijjht and dealer), " 

Raymond Bros, (farm wagon dealers), " 
Shepherd John *.t Son (light), " 

Tilly Henry (light), 

Wright & Flynn (wagon), " 

Pranii John W. (light and wagon). 

South Wethersfield 
Wilcox Frank (wagon), South Windham 

Wi^iitman J. G. (light and wagon), Stafford 



Stafford Hollow 
Stafford Springs 
Stamford 



Preble A. H. (light), 

Coinins W. A., 

Miller Austin (repairer), 

*Neil Hugh, Main, 

Phoenix Co. The (light), 

Provost & Miller (light), 

Rewi & Judd (liglit), 

Wilson William ct Son (repairers). 

Wood C. L. & Co. (repairers), 

VVriiilit Chas. D (repairer), 

*Hyde A. (light), 

Wilcox Fred (repairer), 

Dibble .M. G. (wagon), 

Huldridge H. C. (wagon), 

Remington Albert W. (repairer), 

Baldwin J. B. (repairer), 

*Sc()tl W. H. & Co. (wagon), 

Emmett James (wagon), 

Hosford G. C. (light and wagon), " 

Newell Jos. S. (repairer), " 

"■■"Brainard Horace K. (dealer), Thompsonville 

Miller Chas. E. (dealer), 

Steele & Sullivan (light), " 

Morton George W. (wagon), Tolland 



Stonington 

Stratford 

Suffield 



Terryville 
Thomaston 



Bray W. B. (repairer). 



Torrinffton 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO, 



M'fix of WHITE aiul .VNTIQl'E 

WOOD FILLERS, 

CHICAGO. 






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116 



CONNECTICUT 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued 
Lillibridge Jeremiah (repairer), Torrington 
Patterson B. C. (dealer), 
Perkins A. H. (dealer), 
/•*Pulver H. & Son (light and wagon), 
Robbins D. A. (repairer), 

* Weston E. F. (dealer), 
Jennings E. A. (repairer), 
*Sanford & Hawley (repairers). 
Way A. F. (repairer), 

* Woodford ct Hines Co. (dealers), 
Kinue E. A. (repairer), Voluntown 
Lewis D wight (repairer), " 
*Bowe Allen (wagon), Wallingford' 
Neilson Peter C. (repairer), 

/Scranton L. B. (wagon), 

' Eager Charles D. (wagon), Warrenville 

Woodruff Henry W. (dealer), 

Washington Depot 
Coughlin Lawrence (repairer), Dublin 

n East Main, (p 33.144) Waterbury 

*Cutler John G. (dealer), 14 Ex- 
change Place, " 
^Goodwin C. F. & Son (light and 

wagon, also dealers), 9 Spring, " 

*Louclis John (light and wagon), 12 

Brown, " 

/Martin & Sons (light), 13 and 15 

Brown, 
Miller Charles S. (repairer), East 

Main, " 

/*Panueton George (light, also dealer), 

17 Jefferson, " 

Slavin J. H. (wagon), 11 Silver, 
Thompson D. W. (dealer), rear 169 

Bank, 
^Waterbury Carriage Co., D. Du- 

charme manager (light), 241 

BaLk, 
West End Carriage Co. (light), 12 and 

14 Waterville, 
*Gilbert O. M. (repairer), 
Gorton Wm. (repairer), 
Holihan J. H. (dealer), 
Hudson Bros, (repairers), 
*Mattoon A. H. (dealer), 
Morehouse J. E. (repairer), 
*Pritchard Geo. F. (repairer), 
Foote Charles (repairer). 
Smith J. C. & Son (repairer), 
*Fancher M. & Son (repairers) 
Reed Lucien (light and wagon), 
*Burr W. A. (dealer). 
• Gridley John S. (wagon), 
^ Nichols Francis (wagon). " 

Strong Frank H. (light and wagon). 
Granniss«& Russell (wagon). West Haven 

DriscoU Daniel (dealer). West port 

y, *Lockwo<-.d A. (light and wagon). 
Shepherd Arthur F. (repairer), 
Sipperly E. N. (dealer), 
*CaPe Jarvis W. (wagon), 
Thomas G. L. (repairer), 
Dardis T. J. (wagon), 
Murray Christopher (repairer). 
Wells Charles C. (repairer), 
*Bo\ven S. O. (wagon), 
Burnham A. R. agent, 
Cheseboro E. P. (dealer), 
y^Trudo John (light). 



yp Gregory George B. (wagon), Wilton 

DuBois James (repairer), Winchester 

"Stockwell A. B. (dealer), Windsor Locks 
L*Barber Joseph (light and wagon), 

Windsorville 
Austin W. W. (repairer), Winsted 

Gaston G. W. (repairer), " 

Unionville^Granger Clifford W. (light, wagon 

and dealer). '' 

Hart Charles H. (repairei), '* 

Lamphier & Alford (dealers), " 

Reutter A. (repairer), " 

*Seymour John (light), " "- — 

Shay William P. (repairer), " 

*Strong & Tanner (dealers), " 

*Tatro J. L. (repairer), " 

*Hitchcock H. F. (repairer), Woodbury 

Parker Bros, (repairers), Yantic 



Carriage and Wagon Dealers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Anti- Rattler Mfrs, 

*Hartford Rubber Works Co. (rub- 
ber), 272 Asylum. Hartford 

McGOVERN PERFECTION 
THILL SPRING CO.-(See 
p 52), South Norwal'k 

Adcle Mfrs. 

*Goodyear L. F., 881 State, New Haven 

*Ives & Miller, Mt. Carmel, P. 0. 

address, 75 Orange, " 

Hartford Axle Works, Norfolk 

Axle Clip Mfrs, 

{See Ilardware Mfrs.) 

Axle Hilt Mfrs, 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

\Axle Set Mfrs. 

{See also Marldnery atid Tool Mfrs.) 

^ENGLISH & MERSICK (Carl- 
ton's patent)— (See p 120), 70, 
72 and 74 Crown, New Haven 

Axle Washer Mfrs. 

Chadburn Samuel (leather), 10 Cur- 
tis lane. Bridgeport 
Neubauer G. W , Bristol 
Lee F. E. Novelty Co., Plantsville 

Bent Work. 

{See Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Bench Tool' Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Blacksmiths^ Tools. 

{See Maclmiery and Tool Mfrs.) 



Waterford 
Watertown 



Westchester 
Westford 

West Granby 

(( 

West Hartford 



West SufTidel 

Westville 

West Winsted 

Wethers field 

Willimantic 



D INGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

^ BINaHAMTON,N.Y.,U.S.A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAGONS. 

New Style this Year, 



WRITE FOR CUTS 

OF Ol R LEADERS 

FOR 1891. 






For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



CONNECTICUT. 



117 Mi 



Bodf/ Clamp Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Body 3Iakers'' Tools. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Body Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Garlarneau Joseph, Hamden 

Aubry Lee J., rear 130 Park, New Haven 

Bogait E. T., rear 169 Brewery, 
Cram F. H., 132 Park, 
*Dann Bros, i Co. TJie, 80 Franklin, " 
*Holconib Bros. & Co., Ill River, " 

*Johnston "William, 71 Hamilton, " 

*.Moore ct Watsnn, 33fi York, 

*TOWNSEND CHARLES T.- 

(See p 53). 240 Dixwell av, 
Armstrong Henry (buggy and wagon). 

South Coventry 

\Boiler Insurance. 

*HARTFORD STEAM BOILER 
INSPECTION AND INSUR- 
ANCE CO.-(See p 54), 94 
State), Bridgeport 

HARTFORD STEAM BOILER 
INSPECTION AND INSUR- 
ANCE CO.-(See p 54), 218 
Main, Hartford 

Bolt and JS^iit 3Ifrs. 

*P)as«ptt D. M.. Birmingham 

*SHELTON CO. THE-See p 52, 
"Frost L. D. & Sons, Marion 

*Clark Bros. & Co. , Milldale 

*.Mt. Carmel Bolt Co., Mount Carmel 

*Brown R. H. & Co., 169 Ashmun, 

New Haven 



*Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co., Southington 

*Upsou Nut Co., Unionville 

*VVinsted Norway Bolt Co. (bolts), • 

West Winsted 
*Franklin Moore Co. (bolts), Winsted 

Bow 3Ifrs. 

{See Woodwork Mfrs.) 

\Biitton 3Jfrs. 

{See also Trimming Mfrs.) 

^BRIDGEPORT COACH LACE 

CO.— (^<^(; below), 88 John, Bridgeport 
*COWLES C. & CO.-(See p 52). 

Water c Chestnut, New Haven 

NEW HAVEN BUTTON CO. 

(See below), 698 Chapel, 

Clanix) 3Ifrs. 

{See Machine)'}/ and Tool Mfrs.) 

Clip Yoke 3Ifrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Cloth and Lining 3Ifrs. 

Bridgeport Silk Co. (curtain silk). 

Railroad c Organ, Bridgeport 

*Fairfield Rubber Co. (rubber cloths), Fairfield 

*Harrall Carriage Cloth Co. (wool 

faced carriage rubber cloth), " 

*Goodyear's India Rubber Glove 

Mfg. Co. (rubber cloths), Naugatuck 

Coach Lace 3Ifrs. 

^BRIDGEPORT COACH LACE 

CO-— (See below), 88 John, Bridgeport 
*BOOTH J. H-(See p 52), 15 

Wooster, New Haven 



MANTFACTURERS OP 

CLOTH AND LEATHER COVERED BUTTONS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

CARRIAGE BUTTONS AND LINING NAILS A SPECIALTY. 

MANUFACTORY, 698 CHAPEL STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN. 

THE BRIDGEPORT COACH LACE COMPANY, 

MAXUFACTUREliS OP 



5 



Fiqe ^il\ aqd Velvet Goacli Lace 

TASSELS, SPEAKING- TUBES, COACHMAN'S 

WHISTLES and CAKKIAG-E TRIMMINGS. 

ORIGINAL MANUFACTURERS OF PATENT TUFTS. 

88 John Street, Bridgeport, Conn. 



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118 



CONNECTICUT. 



Corner Iron Mfis. 

{See Uardicare Mfrs.) 

Curtain Holler ll/rs. 

{See Trimming Mfrs.) 

Cushion Mfrs. 

{See Top and Cushion Mfrs.) 

j Cushion Tire for Carria(/es. 

McGOVERN CUSHION TIRE 



CO. THE-(See p 52), 



Norwalk 



Dash Plume Mfrs. 

(See 2'rimm.ing Mfrs.) 

Dash and Fender Mfrs. 

Beebe A. M., 118 Park. New Haven 

CogginsO.C. & Co., 441 and 443 
Elm, 

Drilling Machine 3Tfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Drop Forging. 

{See Hardware Mfrs. 

Felloe Plate Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 



Fifth Wheel 31frs. 

{See also Hardware Mfrs.) 

*Sperry Mfg. Co.. Ansonia 

WILCOX & HOWE-(See p 53). 

Birmingham 
*Seward M. & Sou, 114 Bristol, New Haven 

Forgings. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Gear Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

WILCOX & HOWE (improved du- 
plex) — See p 53, Birmingham 

Barnes JohnF. & Co.(factory North 

Haven), New Haven 

""Dann Bros. & Co. The (not ironed 
up), 80 Franklin, 

*Fieipont C. & Co. (triple), 366 

Crown. " 

*Shepard H. G. & Sons (not ironed 

up), James c River. " 

*Brown Cariiage Co., 143 Bank, New London 

Glass Benders and Sevelers. 

*COWLES C. & CO.-(See p 52), 

Water c Chestnut, New Haven 

*Edgewood Co. The, 71 and 73 GofFe, '• 
MacGilvray John, Water c Chestnut, 
*Thompson C. E. & Co., 131 Union, 



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Hardware Jl/r.s. 

*Sperry .Alfg. Co. The (fifth wheels 

and forgiufrs), Ansonia 

Baldwin E. N. (stump and top 

joints), Birmingham 

*Bassett D. M. (Norway bolts and 

axle clips), " 

-SHELTON CO. THE (bolts, tacks, 
lining nails, coach screws, wash- 
ers, etc.) — (See \i 52), " 

WILCOX & HOWE (fifth wheels 
and carriage iron forgings) — (See 
p 53), 

*White yUg. Co. (carriage and hearse 

mountings), 95 Cannon, Bridgeport 

■^Sessions J. H. & Son (felloe plates 

and iron washers), Bristol 

*"Wilco.\'s J. Sons, Greenwich 

*BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. 

(drop forgings, etc.), 210 Law- 
rence, Hartford 

Hartford Boltless and Noiseless Thill 
Coupling Co. (thill couplings), 
172 Asylum. 

*Frost L. D. & Sons (bolts and nuts), Marion 

*Grier Drop Forging Co. (drop forg- 
ings), Meriden 

*Clark Bros. & Co. (farm wagon 

bolts), Milldale 

*Mount Carmel Bolt Co. (tire bolts, 

nuts, rivets, etc.). Mount Carmel 

*Woodruff ^Yalter W. & Sons 

(mountings, clip j-okes, etc.), " 

*Naugatuck Malleable Iron Co. (mal 

leable), Naugatuck 

*Vulcau Iron Works (malleables). New Britain 

*Brown R. H. i.t Co. (a.xle nuts and 

steel washers), 169 Ashmun, New Haven 

*COWLES C. & CO.- (See p52), 
"Water c Chestnut. 

^ENGLISH & MERSICK (landau 
hinges and fixtures, corner irons. 
etc.)— (See p 120), 70, 72 and 74 
Crown. " 

*Fitch W. * E. T. (metal whip sock- 
ets). 151 East, 

*North O. B. &Co., 65 Franklin, 

Ochsner A. & Son (coach and car- 
riage locks), 187 St. John. " 

Pendergast James (steps, whiffletree 
couplings, pole crabs, etc), rear 
66 Wallace. 

^SCHOLLHORN WILLIAM & 

CO. (locks, hinges, etc.) — (See p 
52), W'ooster c W^Ulace, " 

*Seward i\I. & Son (fifth wheel and 
carriage iron forgings), 114 Bris- 
tol, 

Werle Albert W. (hinges and whiffle- 

tren tips), 140 Bri(l>:e, " 

McGOVERN CUSHION TIRE 

CO. (ciishion tires)— (See p 52), Norwa'k 
■" Atwater Mfg Co. (forgings), Plantsville 

^Blakeslee & Co. (stump joints, joint 

ends and shackle bolts). " 

"SMITH H. D. & CO. (carriage 

maker's forgings) — (See opp pane), " 
*Peck, Stow &, Wilcox Co. (bolts, 

nuts, etc.), Southington 



McGOVERN PERFECTION 

THILL SPRING CO. THE 

(thill springs)— (Seep 52), South Norwalk 
"Upson Nut Co. (bolts, nuts, etc ), Uuionville 
•■Matthews & Willard Co. The (met- 
al trimmings), Cherry c ^laple. Waterbury 
*Waterbury Button Co. (shaft tips 
and name plates), 269 South 
Main, " 

*Wiusted Norway Bolt Co. The, 

(bolt.s). West Winsted 

*FrankIin Moore Co. The (bolts and 

rivets), Winsted 

Hardware and Supply 
Dealers. 

Flynn it Doyle, Bantam 

Hallock F. ifc Co., Birmingham 

BRIDGEPORT COACH LACE 

CO. (mfrs. coach lace buttons, 
etc.)— (See p 117), 88 John, Bridgeport 
*Congdon, Carpenter & Co., 104 to 

112 Cannon, 
*Hawley C. W., 447 Main. 
*Hunter, Patchen & Havens, 198 to 

206 :\Iiddle. 
*Lyon & Grumman, 373 Main, " 

Hull F. A. &Co., 181 Main, Danbury 

Ray J. H.. Greenwich 

*Blodgett tt Clapp Co., 47 Market, Hartford 
*Ensworth L. L., 104 Front, 
KENT S. W. (wholesale specialties) 

—(See p 120), Meriden 

*COWLES C. & CO. (wholesale). 

— (See p 52), Water c Chestnut, New Haven 
^ENGLISH & MERSICK (whole- 
sale)— (See p 120), 70, 72 and 74 
Crown, " 

*Ensign Wooster A. & Son, 75 

Orange, " 

*Mersick C. S. & Co., 286 to 292 

State, 
Smith Joseph M. (wheels and stock), 

37 Ward. 
"Dudley Samuel, 18 Church, New London 
*Beach M. & Son, New Jlilfoid 

Prowitt J. T., Norwalk 

Smith W. H. & Co , 15 Water, 
Eaton, Chase & Co., 7 Commerce, Norwich 
Eld ridge T. H., 103 Water, 
Knapp & Provost, Stamford 

Dickerman S. F., West Winstid 

Carpenter & Jordon, 96 Main, Willimantic 
Fowler A. T. & Son, 124 Main, 

Hardwood Lumber, 

^Crosby & Beckley Co., 143 Water, 

New Haven 
^English & Holt, 126 Water. 

Hearse 3Ioutituig Mfrs. 

(See also Ti imming Mfrs.) 

^WHITE MFG. CO.-(See p 120\ 

95 Cannon, Bridgeport 



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Fine Carriage Lamps 

OF SUPERIOR QUALITY AND FINISH. 

FINE CARRIAGE § HEARSE MOUNTINGS. 

For Style, Durability, Fiui^li aud General Excellence, oar Goods are Unsurpassed. 

WHITE MASMUFACTURINC CO., 




-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



LANDAU HINGES AND FIXTURES, 

CARRIAGE LAMPS, 



SILVER AND GOLD PLATED 



GOAGH HANDLES, BANDS, TIPS, ETG. 



JElin City and Climax Curtain Fasteners, 

Name Plates '*'''' **"** "^'^^ *'*•■'"*'•' '•**"'' 



A SPECIALTY. 



§opcr Patent Shaft Couplings, 

Carlton's Patent Axle Sets. 



THE BOWE SPOKE EXTRACTOR 




A simple Tool by which any Spoke can be drawn from the Hub in one minute. 
iSmall !*izc, cnpacily to 'i inclies, Weigrlit 20 lbs., Price SS.OO. , 



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" 3\4 " " 'i> " " 10.00. 

THE BLIZZARD HORSE SHOE, 

A perfect arrangement for Caulking Horses at home. 
Made in Four Sizes, - - Price $3.00 per Set. 

Sent by express on receipt of price. 
Always send dratving of the Shoe to be sure of rijrht size. 

S. W. K£NT, Meriden, Conn., 

DEALEli IN 
AND EASTERN AGENT OF 

UNION DROP FORGE CO., Chicago, Mfrs. of Fuel Oil Burneis. 



DROP-AXLE BUGGIES, 
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\Hovse Collar 3lfrs. 

*SMITH HENRY-(See p51), 183 

Brewery, New Haven 

j Horse Shoe 3Ifrs. 

KENT S. W. (patent)— (See opp 

page), Meriden 

Huh and Spoke Iffrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfra.) 
*New England Wbeel Co., Thomp- 
son n Housatonic av, Bridgeport 
*WHEEL AND WOOD BEND- 
ING 00.— (See p 53), 79 John, 
*Tbompson N. P. & Son, Bristol 
*Kelsey Horatio (spoke), Clinton 
*Harry James T., Cheshire 
* Wheeler Bros., Easton 
*Hull Geo. A. & Son, Guilford 
Bacon J. H., Mount Hope 
Hubbell H. C, Naugatuck 
*Holcomb Bros. & Co., Ill Kiver, New Haven 
*NEW HAVEN WHEEL CO. 
(spokes, hubs and rims) — (See 
front col'd p V), 353 and 355 
York, 
Rothaar E. C, Chapel n Yale boat 

house, " 

Armstrong Henry, So. Coventry 

*Preble E. W. (spokes). Stafford Springs 

*WALLINGFORD WHEEL CO. 

—(See p 52), Wallingford 

Jack Mfrs, 

^Bridgeport Power Co. The, Water 

c South av, Bridgeport 

Bogart George A., Chester 

•HIGGANUM MFG. CORPORA- 
TION— (See adv New York 
dept.), Higganum 

Lee F. E. Novelty Co., Plantsville 

Joint End Iffrs. 

{See Hardicare Mfrs.) 

Lamp llfrs. 

*WHITE MFG. CO. -(See opp 

l);ie;e), 95 Cannon, Bridgeport 

*COWLES C. & CO.-(See p 52). 

Water c Chestnut, New Haven 

"Edgewood Co. The, 71 and 73 

Goffe, 
'ENGLISH & MERSICK-(See 

opp page), 70, 72 and 74 Crown, 
*Thompson C. E. & Co., 131 Union, 
*LJnited States Coach Lamp Co., 125 

Water, 

\ Landau Hinr/e 3Ifrs. 

{See also Hardware Mfrs.) 

■■ENGLISH & MERSICK-(See 

opp page), 70, 72 and 74 Crown, 

New Haven 
*SCHOLLHORN WILLIAM & 

CO.— (See p 52), Wocslerc Wal- 
lace, " 



Leather Mfrs. 

'"'Bridgeport Patent Leather Mfg. 
Co. (i)atent and enameled), 123 
Cannon, Bridgeport 

Lock and Hinge 3Ifrs, 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

3Iac7iinery and Tool 3Ifrs. 

*Coulter & McKenzie Machine Co. 
The (sirring machinery). Golden 
Hill c Water, Bridgeport 

*Cook Asa S (tire bolt and rivet 

machines), Colt's West Armory, Hartford 

^'Praltct Whitney Co. The (black- 
smith's power shears drilling 
machines, taps, dies, etc.) 1 
Flower, 

KENT S. W. ("Bowe" spoke ex- 
tractor)— (See opp page), Meriden 

*Woodruff Walter W. & Son ("Eagle" 

scre'w clamps). Mount Carmel 

*Stanley Rule and Level Co. (bench 

tools and planes). New Britain 

*Belden Machine Co.The(drop forges 

and power hammers), New Haven 

■^Dann Bros. &Co. (body clamps), 80 
Franklin; 

^ENGLISH & MERSICK (tire 
bender mfr.s)— (See opp page), 
70, 72 and 74 Crown, 

Ochsner A. & Son (body makers' 
tool.s). 187 St. -John, 

*SINGER MFG. CO. (sewing ma- 
chines)— (See p 4), 703 to 705 
Chapel, 

*ROGERS C. B. & CO. (wood work- 
ing machmery) — (See p 54), Norwich 

Malleahles. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

3Iountings. 

{See Trimming Mfrs.) 

Natne Plate 3Ifrs, 

*WHITE MFG. CO. THE-(See 

ojiji page). 95 Cannon, Bridgeport 

*COWLES C. & CO.-(See p 52), 

Water c Chestniii, New Haven 

*ENGLISH & MERSICK-(See 

opp page), 70, 72 and 74 Crown, " 
Lee F. E. Novelty Co., Plantsville 

*Waterbury Button Co , 269 South 

Main, Waterbury 

Neck Yoke Mfrs. 

{See also Wo>dwork Mfrs.) 

* Woodruff Walter W. & Co. (trim- 
med). Mount Carrael 
Grannis- &, Russell, West Haven 

Patent or Enameled Leather 
3Ifrs. 

{See Leather Mfrs.) 



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JPlane Mfrs. 

{See Macliinery and Tool Mfis.) 

'Plume Mfrs. 

{See Trimming Mfrs.) 

JPole Crab llfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Pole 3Ifrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Smith W.H., Clintonville 

Tine Henry, 78 Balmforth, Danbury 

New Haven Adjustable Pole Co., 

527 Elm, New Haven 

*Smith George W.. North Haven 

Grannis & Russell, West Haven 

Rim Mfrs. 

{See Woodwork Mfrs.) 

JPoiver Shear Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 



Rubber Goods Mfrs. 

*Fairfield Rubber Co. (cloths), Fairfield 

*Harral Carriage Cloth Co. (wool 

faced cloth), " 

*Hartford Rubber Works Co. (anti- 

ratller and shaft tubing), 273 

Asylum, Hartford 

*Goodyear's India Rubber Glove Mfg. 

Co. (cloths), Naugatuck 

Screw Clamp Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Seat Mfrs. 

{See Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Sewhtf/ Machine Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Shackle Bolt Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Shaft Tips Mfrs. 

{See Hardioare Mfrs. ) 

Shear Mfrs, 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 



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Sleigh Bell 3Ifvs. 

*Wilmot & Hobbs Mfg. Co., Han- 
cock av c Railroad av, Bridsreport 

Wall Mfg. Co.. Cobalt 

*Bevin Bros. ^Mfg. Co., East Hampton 

*East Hampton Bell Co., 

*GongBell Mfg. Co., 

Sexton D. W., 

*Star Bros. Bell Co. , 

*Watrous& Co., 

^Chapman Mfg. Co. (Russian and 

Swiss chime), 82 Britannia, ]\Ierideu 

*Chapman "W. H. & Co., ]\Iiddletown 

Lee F. E. Novelty Co., Planisville 

^American Ring Co., 287 Bank, Waterbury 

*Plume& Atwood Mfg Co. (wrought 
metal), 240 Bank, 

*Waterburv Mfg. Co., 146 North 
Main,' 

SleUjJi Dealers. 

{See Sleigh Mfrs.) 

Sleif/Ii Mfrs. 

*FIynn & Doyle, Bantam Falls 

*Judson & Co. (dealers), Bethlehem 

Brewer A. F., Bloomtield 

"Giddings W. & Son (bob), Bristol 

Peck Geo. A. (dealer), 
^Thompson N. P. vfc Son (dealers), " 

^Rogers E. W. (dealer), Deep River 

Strong George A., East Hampton 

Carter J. E. (dealer), East Litcbfitld 

Dickinson Geo. L. (dealer), Essex 

•Lent Elijah, Greenwich 

'Reynolds E. O. (dealer), Hamburgh 

^Puller James (bob), 5 to 13 Mechanic, 

Hartford 
*Alleu E. C, Hazardville 

Stewart James, Lakeville 

* Williams J. M. (dealer), Manchester 

Fitzroy James H., Mianus 

Evans J. B. (dealer), 76 Hamlin, Middletown 
Williams & Kenneally, 110 Church, 
Hubbell H. C. (dealer), Naugatuck 

Johnson G. F., New Canaan 

Brown E. P., New Fairtield 

Carter E. R. (dealer). New Hartford 

*Stanclift H. J. (dealer), 
*Hooker Henry & Co. (wholesale) 

590 State, New Haven 

Beckwith O. G. & W. D. (dealers), 35 

State, New Lonrion 

Darrow Geo. A. (dealer), State c 

Bradley, 
^Beach i\I. & Son (dealers). New Mil ford 

*Mulcahy John & Son, " 

Duncklee John F., Northford 

Johnson H., Plain ville 

North S. D., 

*Ai water Mfg. Co. dealers), PlantsvilJe 

Burr John, Plymouth 

Whitlock M. B. (dealer), Ridgetield 

Hoffman Edward, Salisbury 

Bostwick A. J. (dealer), Sharon 

Tenbrook V. D. (dealer), Sharon Valley 

Sheptrd John & Son, South Norwalk 



Baldwin James B., Terry ville 

Brainard Horace K. (dealer), Thompson ville 

Patterson B. C. (dealer), Torrington 

Perkins A, H. (dealer), " 

•■Pulver H. & Son, 

"Western E. F. (dealer), 

Coughlin Lawrence, Dublin n East 

Main, Waterbury 

*Goodwin Charles F. & Son, 9 Spring, •' 
*Loucks Bros., 12 Brown, " 

Martin & Sons, 13 and 15 Brown, " 

"Panneton George, 17 Jefferson, " 

Slaven J. H., 11 Silver, 
■nVaterbury Carriage Co., 241 Baidv. 
West End Carriage Co., 12 Water- 

ville, 
Cheseboro E. P. (dealer), Willimantic 

"Seymour John ^bob), Winsted 

"Strong & Tanner (dealers), " 

Sleif/h Shoe JIfrs. 

Ward W. M. W., Riverton 

USjmke JEoctractor 3Ifrs, 

KENT S. W. ("Bowe")-(See p 

120), Meriden 

Spoh'es. 

{See Hub and Spoke Mfrs. , also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Sirring Machinery Mfrs. 

^Coulter & McKenzie Machine Co. 

The, Golden Hill c Water, Bridgeport 

Spring Mfrs. 

^BRIDGEPORT SPRING CO. 

East Washington av c Housa- 

tonic av, Bridgeport 

^SPRING PERCH CO.-(Seeopp 

page), 114 John, " 

Fancher E. AV. (patent buggy), Canton 

Petrie W. R. , 86 Winchester av. New Haven 
*Fitch W. & E. T., 151 East, 
Bailey Spring Co. The, 20 Water, 

New London 
*HENRY SPRING CO. (single rib 

leaf in all shapes) — See p 52), Winsted 

iStejy Mfrs. 

(See also Hardware Mfrs.) 

WILCOX & HOWE-(See p 53), 

Birmingham 
*SMITH H. D. & CO.-(See p 118), 

Plantsville 

Stiinix) Joints Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Tacks, Lining Nails, Etc. 
Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 




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Taj) and Die 3Ifrs. 

{See MacMne.ry and Tool Mfrs.) 

Thill Snrlna Mfrs. 

(See Hardware Mfrs.) 

\Tire Bender Mfrs, 

{See also Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

^ENGLISH & MERSICK-See p 

120), 7u. 72 and 74 Crowu, New Haven 

Tif^e Bolt and Rivet 3Ia- 
chinery 3Tfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Top and Cushion Mfrs. 

Coggins O. C. & Go. 441 aud443 

Elm, New Haven 

*Dorman R. O. (cushion). 127 Park, 
"ENGLISH & MERSICK (agents 

for English canopies) — (See p 

120), 70 72 and 74. Crown. 
*Norlh Q. B. & Co., 65 Franldin, 
•■Pierpont C. & Co., 366 Crown, 
*Beers D. G. & Co. (canopy), Newtown 

Woodworth G. H. (adjustable top), 

Meyers Alley, Norwich 

Trinuners. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 



Trininii/nfj JIfrs. 

*BRIDGEPORT COACH LACE 

CO. (coach lace tas.sels, speak- 
ing tubes, patent tufts, etc.) — 
(See p 117), 88 .John, Bridgeport 

"SPRING PERCH CO. (spring cur 
tain rollers, concealed hinges) — 
(See p 122). 114 .John. 

*"WHITE MFG. CO. (morocco cov- 
ered goods and hearse mount- 
ings)— (See p 120), 95 Cannon, 

Chapman Mfg. Co. (plumes). 82 Biit- 

annia, Meriden 

*Woodruflf Walter W. & Sons 

(mountings). Mount Carmel 

*BOOTH J. H. (coach lace and 
trimmings) — (Seep 52), 15 Woos- 
ter, New Haven 

*COWLES C. & CO.-(See p 52), 

Water c Chestnut, " 

^ENGLISH & MERSICK (Elm 
City and Climax curtain fasten- 
ers, Elm City concealed braces, 
Bradley's patent top props, etc.) 
—(See p 120), 70, 72 and 74 
Crown, " 

NEW HAVEN BUTTON CO. 

(buttons and lining nails) — (See 
p 117). 698 Chapel, 

Perpente William (mfr. ivory hand- 
les, morocco cases, etc.), State c 
Wall, 

*ReadeW.P.&Sons(button), 103 Court, " 




QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

Binghamton^ Wagon Go, , Bi nghamtQn , H« Y, 



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Trim m infi Mfr>(. — con tinued. 

*SMITH HENRY (leather covered 
top prop nuts, patent leather top 
prop washers, carriage strap- 
pings, curtain loops, etc.) — (See 
p 51), 188 Brewery, New Haven 

*Thompson C. E, & Co.. 131 Union, 

Woodworlh Geo. H. (adjustable cur- 
tain), IMeyer's alley, Norwich 

*Tinffue Mfg. Co. (plushes), Seymour 

mattliews& Willard Co. The (met- 
al), Waterbury 

*Smith S: Griggs Mfg. Co. (fancy), 

*Waterbury Mfg. Co., 

V(iV7iish Mfrs, 

{_See also Coach Color Mfrs.) 

PARROTT VARNISH CO.-(See 
p 53). 187 North Washington 
av, Bridgeport 

*Booth & Law, 145 Water, New Haven 

Foster Charles B., Water side south 

of Forbes av. " 

NATIONAL VARNISH CO. 
THE— (See opp page), 195 Sal- 
'onstall av, " 

*NEW HAVEN JAPAN AND 
VARNISH CO.-(Seep 52), foot 
Kimberly av. " 

*Bridgeport Wood Finishing Co., 

(wood filler), New Milford 

*Platt L. A. & Co., Waterbury 

Wagon 3£akers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Maker's.) 

Washer 3Ifrs. 

{See also Axle Washer Mfrs.) j 

*SHELTON CO. (iron)-(See p52), 

Birmingham 
Chadburn Samuel (axle), 10 Curtis 

Lane, Bridgeport 

*Neubauer G. W. (axle), Bristol 

Sessions J. H. & Son (iron), 
Brown R. H. & Co. (steel), 169 Ash- 

mun. New Haven 

SMITH HENRY (leather top prop) 

— See p 51, " 

Lee F. E. Novelty Co. (axle), Plantsville 

Wheel 3Ifrs. 

{See also Woodtoork Mfrs. and Hub and Spoke 
Mfrs.) 

*New England Wheel Co. Thomp 

son n Housatonic av, Bridgeport 

•WHEEL AND WOOD BEND 
ING CO.-(See p 53), 79 John, 
^Thompson N. P. & Son, Bristol 

*Harry James T., Cheshire 

*Hull George A. & Son, Guilford 

Hubbell H. C, Naugatuck 

*Holcomb Bros. & Co.. River n 

James, New Haven 



*NEW HAVEN WHEEL CO.- 

(See front col'd p V), 353 and 
355 York, New Haven 

Rothaar E. C, Chapel n Yale boat 

house, ' ' 

Stow Henry, 81 Wooster, 
Armstrong Henry, South Coventry 

Robinson ik Co., Wallingford 

*Fancher M. «& Son, West Grauby 

Whi/fletree Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 



*Harry James T., 
Granniss & Russell, 



Cheshire 
West Haven 



Whiffletree Coti idling Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs ) '' ^s^ " 

Whiffletree Tip Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Wliij} Socket 3Ifrs, 

See also Trimming Mfrs. 

*Scott E. W., Danielsonville 

*Fitch W. & E. T. (metal), 151 East, 

New Haven 

-North O. B. & Co.(metal), 65 Frank- 
lin, 

*Thompson C. E. & Co., 131 

Union, " 

Lee F. E. Novelty Co., Plantsville 

Woodivorking 31achinery. 

{See also Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 
ROGERS C. B. & CO.-(See p 54), Norwich 

Woodwork 3Tfrs. 

{See Wheel Mfrs. also Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

1 *New England Wheel Co. (wheels, 
! hubs, spokes and rims), Thomp- 

son n Housatonic, Bridgeport 

*WHEEL AND WOOD BEND 
ING CO. (wheels, spokes, hubs, 
bows, shafts, and bent work) — 
(See p 53), 79 John, 

*Thompson N. P. & Son (hubs, 
spokes, and wheels), 

*Harry James T., 

*Kelsey Horatio (spokes), 

Clinton E. J. & Son (parts). 

Smith W. H. (all kinds). 

Tine Henry (poles). 78 Balmforth, Danbur}^ 

"Wheeler Bros, (spokes, etc.), Easton 

*Hull George A. & Son (hubs, spokes, 

and wheels), Guilford 

* Woodruff Walter W. & Sons (trim- 
med neck yokes), IMount Carmel 

Bacon J. H. Mount Hope 

Hubbell H. C. (hubs, spokes and 

wheels), Naugatuck 



Bristol 

Cheshire 

Clinton 

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Woodwork Mfrs. — continued. 

Barnes John F. & Co. (factory North 

Haven). New Haven 

BogartE.T. (bodies), rear 169 Brewerv, 
Cram F. H. (bodies), 132 Parli, 
*Dann Bros. & Co. (bodies, seats, 

gears ind bent work), 80 Franklin, ' ' 
Fowler G. H. (poles), 527 Elm, 
*Holcomb Bros. & Co. (bodies, 

wheels and parts). 111 River n 

James, " 

*How"shield Frederick (gear parts), 

196 Bassetl, 
^Johnston William (light and heavy 

bodies and parts), 71 Hamilton, " 
Moore & AVatson (bodies and parts), 

336 York, 
New Haven Adjustable Pole Co. 

(poles), 527 Elm, 

*NEW HAVEN WHEEL CO. 

(wheels, hubs, spokes and rims) 
— (See front col'd p V), 353 and 
355 York, 
Rothaar E. C. (wheels, hubs, spokes, 
etc.). Chapel near Yale boat house. 



*Shepard H. G. & Sons (bent work), 

James c River, New Haven 

Stow Henry (wheels), 81 Wooster, " 

*TOWNSEND C. T. (bodies)-(See 

p 53), 246 Dixwell av, 
*Smith George W. (shafts, poles and 

part.s). North Haven 

Armstrong Henry (spokes, hubs, 

wheels, etc.), South Coventry 

Rnljinson & Co. (wheels), Wallingford 

*WALLINGFORD WHEEL CO. 

(hubs, spokes and rims)— (Seep 

52), 
*Fancher M. & Son (wheels). West Gianby 
Granniss & Russell (poles, pole parts, 

neck yokes, whiffletrees, etc.), 

West Haven 

3Iiscellaneo us, 

Bridgeport Silk Co. (curtain silk), 

Bridgeport c Organ, Bridgeport 

*Bridgeport Wood Finishing Co. 
(wood filler and Japan drier, 

NevF Mil ford 

*Tingue Mfg. Co. (plush mfrs ) Seymour 



DELAWARE. 



Commercial Paper.— Is governed by the common law. has three days' grace, must be 
presented, protested, and parties notified. When it comes due on 22d February, 4th July 
and Christmas, must be presented the day before. 

Interest.— The lawful rate is si.x per cent.; contracts for more are void, and receiving 
subjects the party to a suit, in which the recovery will be the amount of the entire sum 
lonned 



Carriage and Wagon 31ahers. 

Beaver Valley 

Bethel 

Black Water' 



P^'ie Theo, A. (repairer, 

Massey L. M. (repairer), 

Clark Gideon (repairer), 

■■Cannon R W. (dealer), 

Myer J. H. (dealer), 

S^utter D. J. (repairer). 

Rust W. C. (wagon), 

*Clarke F. B. (wagon), 

Hinsley J. C. (repairer). 

Wood David (repairer). 

Ford H. C. (repairer), 

Palmatory M. H. (repairer), 

Marshall Stephen J. (repairer), 

*Norrett Jacob (repairer). 

Barber John (repairer). 

Moody Robert A. (light and wagon), 

Delaware City 



Bridgeville 



Camden 

Centerville 
Cheswold 

Christiana 
Claymont 
Deakyneville 



AYebb Wm. C. & Co. (repairers), 
*Hearn P. C. (repairer), 
Williams Thos. (repairer), 
/;"Cahoon W. R. (light and dealer), 
Gooding F. M. (dealer), 
Hopkins John W. (repairer), 
y-K&Wxxxa. W. T. (wagon), 
Kieren James A. (wagon), 
Mc Daniel Joseph (dealer), 
Waller & Cummings (repairers and 

dealers), 
White & Hansbury (repairers and 

dealers). 



Tingle John (repairer). 
Jester J. H. (repairer), 
Macklin Henrj- D. (repairer), " 

r .Murphy W. H. (wagon and dealer), 

Farmington 
Waples R. K. (dealer). 
Edgerton AVilliam (wagon), 
Hardesty F. L. (dealer), 
J(mes James H. (wagon). 
Price O. (repairer), 
Collins A. E. (wagon), 
Ebe Walter (dealer), 
Hitchens John (repairer), 
Hudson William H. (repairer), 
Lontr Alfred B. (repairer). 
Carter & Emory (dealers), 
Parkinson George W. (wagon), 
Paiterson W. H. & Co. (wagon) 
Wooters Daniel (wagon), 



Down's Chapel 
Ellendale 



Felton 



Fieldsboro 
Frankford 



Frederica 



i Day Asbury M. (light). 



Delmar' D ckerson James (light), 
Faucett G. W. (wagon), 
Dover Isaacs Charles (dealer), 

Jefferson William (wagon), 
Macklin George (dealer). 
Marsh Charles (dealer), 
McGee David C. (wagon), 
Pepper & Carey (wagon and dealers), 
Torbet Robert (.dealer), 
Torbet AV. S. (dealer), 
/•AVinsor Philip (light), 
j Wolfe William P. (repairer). 



Georgetown 



New and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO, I RUSSET TOPS 

I SELL RAPIDLY; 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 9.j. 



DELAWARE. 



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■continued 



Carrictge and Wagon M'tkers- 

Huggins Levi (repairer), 
Sp iiiger Alfred (wagon), 
Coates Clifton (repairer), 
Knowles J. D. (dealer), 
Callaway John (repairer), 
Porter S. H. (dealer), 
Sapp Solomon L. (dealer), 
INIartin Jerome (repairer), 
*Greeu Powell K. (wagon), 
Kiggs N. (repairer), 
Hastings J. T. (dealer), 
Ilearn George W. (repairer), 
'Hearn N. B. & Bro. (light and wagon), 



Glasgow 
Greenville 



Harrington 



Hartley 

Hazletlville 

Kenton 

Laurel 



Newcastle 



and 



Odessa 



/ 



Hearn Samuel (light and wagon), 
Marvil J. D. (dealer), 

/Iliggen E. B. & Co. (light and wagon), 

' White H. F. (dealer). 
Hartranft E. (wagon), 
Manning John A. (dealer), 
Paynter Samuel (repairer), " 

Prettymen William (dealer), " 

Vickers G. E. (dealer), 
Westcoat AVilliam (dealer), " 

Wittbank Edward (dealer;, " 

Johnson George (wagon), Lincoln 

Hopkins Joseph H. (repairer). Little Creek 
King George E. (wagon), Lowe's Cross Roads 



McClellandsville 

McDonough 

Mermaid 

Middletown 



Lynch William A (repairer) 

*Coyle George W. (wagon), 

Buehm Wm. (repairer), 

Pierson John B. (repairer), 

Davis Bros, (dealers), 

*Foard J. B. (dealer), 

*Qears J. T. & G. P. (wagon), 
^Howell H. D. & Son (light), 

Reynolds Wm. R. (dealer), 

Abbott W. W. (repairer), 

Adkins Edward (wagon and dealer), 

Betts Bros, (dealers), 

Chorman & Bro. (wagon). 

Hill Joseph (repairer), 

Jones C. P. (dealer), 

Pearce & Carmeans (dealers), 

Petty]' ihn_Z. dealer). 

Powders W. N. (wagon), 

Rickards Perry P. (dealer). 

Baker H. L. (repairer), 

Dryden Frank (repairer), 

Dukes Thomas E. (repairer), 
y Lynch & Lacey (light wagon 
' sulkies). 

Collins E. L. (wagon), 

ManshipAlfred (wagon), 

Smith William (repairer), 

Webb W. H. (repairer) Mt. 

/ Wescoat Wm. J. (light). 

Chambers & Dawson (repairers), 

Ennis Richard (trimmer), 

*Greer F. & Co. (dealers), 

Ocheltree E. E. (trimmer). Main c 
Chapel, 

*Pemberton Pusej'' (repairer). 

Simpers Wm. H. (repairer) 

Sutton Joseph B. (repairer), 

Todd J. H. (repairer), 

* Wright H. B. & Co. (dealers), 

Blackburn Benj. F. (repairer), 

*Eliason J. T. & L. E. (wagon dealers), 

Morgan James B. (repairer), 



Stoops John T. (dealer), 
*Aspril L. V. & Son (dealers 
wagon), 
Greenwood/ Dugan Francis (light), 

" Eistburn John 13. (wagon), 

Barnes Eugene C. (repairer), 
Denning James W. (repairer), 
Collins W. H. (repairer). 
Chandler George J. (wagon), 
Hickman J. S. (repairer), 
Cottingham E. E. (dealer). 
Hill W. T. (repairer), 
Messeck P. James (repairer), 
Moore J. W. (light), 
y Pretlyman E. F. (light), 
" ' Brazure L. (repairer), 
Alen B. B (dealer), 
Beckett J. L. (dealer), 
Leipsic/N orris Robert Jr. (light), 
Lewes ; Tilghman George W. (wagon). 
Chambers Joseph H. (repairer). 
King James (wagon), 
Quillan A. L. (repairer), 
Webb J. T. (repairer), 

Ross Wm. E. (repairer), Vernon 

Gooding & Walkeater (dealers), Willow Grove 
Moore Wesley (repairer), " 

*Sapp James E. (dealer) 



/ 



Pleasant Hill 
Red Lion 

Rising Sun 

Rockland 

Roxanna 

Seaford 



Selbyville 
Smyrna 



Stanton 
Summit Bridge 
Townseud 



Magnoliay<*Bowe Carriage Co. (light and 



heavy). Eighth 



and Orange, 
(p 61,437) Wilmington 
(wagon), 215 to 223 __ 



/ 



Bullock H. S. 

West Tenth 
-Cahill & Co. ' (light), 208 to 212 

Orange, 
L*Clymer F. T. Co. (in the white), 
" < Third and Orange, 
Milford Cole W. H. (wagon), 301 West 
Front, 
*Cooling& Co. (light and heavy), 404 

French, 
*Frist & AUmon Oiglit), 701 to 70.5 

Shipley, 
*Gatta & Kaiser (wagon). Third & 

Walnut, 
"Guthrie, Jones & Co. (light). Mar- 
ket St. bridge, 
Millsboro Hammitt E. M. (light), 1509 Market, 



and 



Millville 



Hammitt J. H. (light and wagon), 



Pleasant 

Nassau 

Newark 



606 and 608 Walnut, 

Hammond William (wagon), 201 E. 
I Second, 
Milton Holdman Fred (wagon), 523 West 
Front, 

Horn C. W. (light), 112 French and 
103 Walnut. 

*Inter Nos. Mfg. Co. (light and wag- 
on), 611 West Front, 

Law William P. (repairer), Kennett 
pike ab Union, 

Mahaffy William G. (wagon,) 2127 
Market, 

*McCabe & Darragh (light and wag- 
on). Fourth c Walnut, 
/"'■McLear & Kendall (light and heavy). 
Ninth c King, 

*Mills James (wagon), c Fourth and 
Railroad av. 

Novelty Carriage Works (light 
wholesale). Second c French, 



Newcastle 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO.'S 



NEVEIt CRACKS 

NOR pi<;kl,5» off, 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 93. 






128 



DELAWARE. 






Cai'Hage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

y Reeve John "W. Mrs. (light), 106 
/ Orange, Wilmington 

Taggart W. G. (repairer and wagon), 
South Market. 

Walther John & Co. (light), south 

side Market st. bridge, " 

*White Samuel J. (light whole- 
sale), 203 to 212 West Second, 

*Emmerson P. (dealer), Wyoming 

Parvis John W. (repairer), " 

Carriage and Waf/on Deal- 
ers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Axle Mfrs, 

*Casho Machine Co. The, Third and 

French, Wilmington 

Axle Washer Mfrs, 

*Kartavert Mfg. Co. (flexible fibre), 

Maryland av and Beach, Wilmington 

*VULCANIZED FIBRE CO. (vul 
canized fibre) — (See p 68), Tenth 
c Walnut, '■ 

Body 3Ifrs, 

(See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
Price R. W., Laurel 

Allen Horace S., Wilmington 

*Clymer F. T. Co., Third near c 

Orange, 
Foster M. B., South Market, 

Coach Color Mfrs, 

*Bradford James Co., 6 to 10 East 

3d, Wilmington 

Felloes, Rlins^ Etc, Mfrs. 

{See Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Gear Mfrs, 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*Clymer F. T. Co., Third n c Orange, 

Wilmington 
Foster M. B., South Market, 

Hardware Mfrs, 

*Wilmington Malleable Iron Co. 

(malleables), 832 Locust, Wilmington 

Hardivare and Supply 
Dealers. 

Smith & Bro , Laurel 

Cottingham T. E. & Co., Seaford 

*Bellah & Co., Third c French, Wilmington 
*Kent Iron and Hardware Co., 101 

to 107 West Second, 
Wilson S. H., c Third and Shipley, 

Huh andSpoUe 3Ifrs, 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs. also Wheel Mfrs ) 
Fleming & Gordon (spokes), Harrington 

Hearn N. B. & Bro. (hubs), Laurel 

Banks Bros, (spokes). Stanton 

*Wilmington Mfg. Co. The, 3d and 

Orange, Wilmington 

*WILMiNGTON WHEEL CO. 

—(See front col'd p V), 



Sleigh Dealers. 

{See Sleigh Mfrs.) 

Sleigh Mfrs. 

*Cahoon Wm. R. (dealer), Dover 

McDaniel Joseph (dealer), " 

Edgerton William, Felton 

Hardesty F. L. (dealer), 
JonesJ. H.. 

Parkinson G. W., Frederica 

Patterson W. H &Co., 

Hearn N. B. & Bro. (dealers). Laurel 

Kiggin E. B. & Co., 

Westcoat Wm., Lewes 

Davis Bros, (dealers), Middletown 

*Foard J. B. (dealer). 
Reynolds W. R. (dealer), 
Sloops John T. (dealer), Newcastle 

Horn C. W., 103 Walnut, Wilmington 

*McCabe & Darragh , 4th and Walnut, ' ' 
Novelty Carriage Works (whole- 
sale), 2d i; French, " 
*White Samuel .1. (wholesale), 2d 

and Orange. " 

Spokes. 

{See Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

Trtniniers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Wagon 3Iakers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Washer Mfrs. 

*Kartavert Mfg. Co. (flexible fibre), 

Maryland av and Beach, Wilmington 

*VULCANIZEDFIBEECO. (vul- 
canized fibre axle), Tenth c Wal- 
nut— (See p 68), 

Wheel Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs). 
Banks Bros. , Stanton 

*Wilmington Mfg. Co. The, Third 

and Orange, Wilmington 

*WILMINGTON WHEEL CO. 

(See front col'd p V), 

Wheel Stock Mfrs. 

{See Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Woodwork Mfrs. 

{See Wheel Mfrs. also Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

Fleming & Gordon (spokes and fel- 
loes), Harrington 

Hearn N. B & Bro. (wheel supplies). Laurel 

Price R. W. (bodies). 

Banks Bros, (wheels), Stanton 

Allen Horace S., Wilmington 

WILMINGTON HICKORY 
BENDING WORKS, J. Q. 
Bryer, prop, (felloes and rims), 
Tatnal bel Railroad— (See p 54). 

*Clymer F. T. & Co. (bodies and 

gears). Third n c Orange, " 

Foster M. B. (bodies), 

*Wilmington Mfg. Co. The, (wheels 

etc.. Third and Orange, " 

*WILMINGTON WHEEL CO. 

(wheels)— (See front col'd p V), " 



B 



INGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

BINGHAMTON,lT.y.,U.S.A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAGONS. 

New Style this Year. 



WRITE FOR CI TS 

OF OUR LEADERS 

FOR 1891. 



For Explanatorj' Notes, see p 95. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



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DISTRICTOFCOLUMBIA. 

Interest. — The legal rate of interest, where no particular rate is specified, is six percent. 
Ten per cent., or any less rate may be contracted for in writing. If any greater rate than ten 
per cent, be received upon agreement in writing, or any greater than six per cent, by oral 
agreement, the whole interest will be forfeited. 



Carriage and Wagon 3Iahers* 

Archer James B. (wagon). 4i c M, 

(p 2-29.796) Washington 
Beck Bros, (repairers), Third c D. " 

y Beek William (light), 513 K, X. W., 
Beverly Richard H. (repairer), 481 K, 

N. W., 
Bex & Heunsch(repairers),13TV c E, N. 

W., 
Bradford M. & Co. (repairers), 636 G, 

N. W., 
Cochrane James (repairer), 216 

Eleventh, 
Cook & Jarboe (wagon), 3295 M. 
y Cornwall &Crouk (light), 915 Vir- 
ginia av, " 
Crown J. F. (wagon), 300 13^ N.W., " 
-Downey W. F. (dealer). 1620 L, 
Elkins Jerome B. (repairer), 327 Va. 

av. S. W., 
Etzler Archibald (repairer), Anacos- 

tia, " 

First James(wagon).401 14th, N. W., 
^'Frazzare Thomas E. (light and 

wagon), 4tV and Pa. av, " 

_36argesWm. H. & Bro. (light),. 648 
'" Pa. av, " 

Gettings J. T. (repairer), Second C 

K. N. E.. 
Geyer Wm. F. (repairer also dealer), 

466 Pa. av, 
Gordon Charles (repairer), Bennings 

road, " 

/•Green J. A. (wagon), 1112 C, N. 
■^ W., 

Green Richard N. (repairer), S Capi- 
tol cN, 
Gregory Alexander H. (w^agon), 601 

N. Y. av, 
*Heitmuller Charles (wagon), 1337 

Fourteenth, " 

Hurley Wm. L. (repairer). Belt 

road, " 

Jacobs George F. (light), 509 K, 
£ ^Joyce's Andrew J. Sons (light and 

heavy). 414 Fourteenth, " 

Kell Wm. H. (repairer). 812 Seventh, 
Knott William O. (wagon), 1611 M, 

N. W.. 
Kramer John (repairer), Brightwood 

av, " 

Krust George F. (repairer), Bennings 

road, " 

Lacey A. (was. on), 1101 Q, N. W., 
— Lancaster John (repairer). Pierce n 

First, N. W., 



Magrath D. W. (wagon), 208 

Tenth, Washington 

Mason George W. (trimmer), 1119 
29th and 2703 M, 

McCormick Bros, (repairers), 1012 

C. 
^*McDermott John «fc Bro. (light and 
wagon), 310 Pa. av. 

McDonald James H., 1002 Fifth, 

Mealev D. P. (repairer). 511 K, N. 
W., 

*Meek.'» Samuel J. (wagon), 621 G, 

]Mertz Daniel F. (repairer), 3208 N, 

*Miiler Jacob (light), 212 Seventh. 
S. W., 

Minnix James E. (repairer), 
Anacostia, 
y Minnix John N. (light and heavy), 
Harrison c Fillmore, Anacostia, 

Moore John A. (repairer), LeDroit 
av, 

Nash Franklin P. (wagon), 710 0, 
N. W., 

Osborne Charles H. (repairer). 
Eleventh near I. S. E., 

Owens Robert H. (repairer), Ana- 
costia, 

*Payne's John Sons (wagon), 2508 L, 

Pearce, Lawton & McReynolds 
(light). 2712 M, 

Poates Wm L. (repairer), Anacostia. 

*Preinkert John P. (wagon), 1618 9ih, 
N. W., 

Price Thomas C. (repairer), 618 T, 
N. W.. 

Probey James K. , 1234 Thirty Sec- 
ond, 3240 Prospect av and 60;i 
N Y. av, 

Rest Phillip (repairer), Lincoln av. 

Riegel R. F. (wagon), 639 N. Y. 
av, N. W., 

*Ries Henry T. & Son (wagon), 637 
N. Y. av, 

SauterWm. (wagon), 635 Mass. av, 

Sellman Moses (repairer), 322 H. 

Senkind C. F. (repairer), 333 Md av, 

Shipley Theodore (repairer), 680 Va. 
av, S. W., 

Signor James I. (repairer), Rockville 
tpk. 

Smith Sam'! A. (light), 1321 Eleventh, 

Thompson John F. (repairer), Ben- 
nings rd, 

Wallis John H., 105 Sixth, N. W., 

Walter's William Son (Chas. Wal- 
ter), 309 to 319 Fourteenth, and 
416 Eighth, 



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Carriage Catalogue Printers. 






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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA^ — FLOKIDA. 



Ca7'riage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Weibezahl Casper (wagon), 1618 

Ninth, Washington 

y Williams A. J. (light). 519 lltb, 
Williams L. (repairer), 1704 12th, 
N. W., 
^•"^Wineberger John A. (light), Bright- 
' wood av, " 

*Young John M. (dealer), 456 Pa. av, " 
/■" Young Thomas E. (light and heavy), 
^ 464 Pa. av, 



Hardware and Supply Deal- 
ers. 

AdlerMaurice J., 3148M., N. W., 

Washington 
Gilbert Henry P., 1208 32d, N. W., 
*Hartig Gustav, 1001 Seventh, N.W., " 
^Kendall J. B., 618 Pa. av, K W., 
*May F. P. ct Co., 634 Pa. av., N.W., " 
*Thompson & Co., 202 Tenth, N. 
W., 



FLORIDA. 



CoMMEBCiAL Paper. — Commercial bills proper are negotiable everywhere, of course, 
and promiss ^ry notes payable to bearer also, if taktn in the w ly of business before maturity. 

Interest. — Eight per cent, where no rate is expressed, or whatever rate may be agreed 
on and stated in the contract. No usury laws. 



Carriage and Wagon ilfa/cers./Dann j^ j.^&^Bros. (light and ^agon,,^^.^^^^^ 



Reid John A. (dealer). Archer 

Blount G. H. & Co. (light), Bartow 

/Lybass & Barkwell (light), " 

*Summerlin & Summerlin (dealers), 
* Waters, Wright & Carson (dealers), " 

/Beers John (light), Brooksville 

Burns M. R. (wagon), " 

*Reddick J. M. (wagon dealer), " 

Hart W. A. (repairer). Clear Water Harbor 
ySheppard Samuel A. (wagon), Clermont 

Bell C. W. (repairer), Dade City 

"Weaver & Murray (repairers and 

dealers), Daytona 



Eustis 
Feruaudina 



/Ross J. D. (wagon), 

Gardner J. B. (repairer), 
/Darling Wm. (wagon), 

McLeary Minus (repairer), " 

Smoak F. E. (repairer), Flemiugtou 

Hodgson R. J. (wagon, also dealer), 

Fort Meade 

O'Quinn S. R. (wagon). Fort White 

Benson, Roux & Co. (light and 

wagon), " Gainesville 

Matherson J. D. (wagon dealer), " 

Braswell W. T. (wag-on). Hawthorn 

■ Bartholomew M. B. "(repairer), Jacksonville 

Dey J. Ramsey (repairer and dealer), " 

Geter Bros, (repairers), " 

Johnson Glenn S. (repairer), 
^McMurray John (light and dealer), 

McMurray P. E. & Baker (dealers), 

*Sabel Bros, (dealers), 

Wolf Fred (repairer), 

Zahm R. D. (repairer), 

Chauncey Bros, (repairers), 

Bartlum G. L. (dealer). 

Brooks A. A. (dealer), 

Brost Alfred (dealer), 
^ Prime Wm. (wagon), 

Walker & Walker (repairers), 

Walterson D. (repairer), 

Zedwate Felipe (dealer), 



Cone W. S. (dealer), 
Fisher Joseph A. (repairer), 
Hart A. B. (lumber carts), 
i Johnson L. W. (wai>on), 
Warren W. L., 

Baldrick J. J. (light and wagon), 
Broward F. W. (repairer), 
Cowdery L. W. (dealer), 
Foster & Adams (dealers), 
Laney M. (wagon), 
McLeary Thomas (dealer), 
*Tncker J. W. & Bro. (dealers), 
Williams John W. (wagon), 



Lake City 



Lakeland 



Lloyd 
Madison 



DeLand/Reed & Edwards (light and wagon), 



Jasper 



Mannfield 
*Smith J. D. (dealer), Marianna 

Jackson G. J. «fe Son, Melrose 

Cooper W. J. (light and wagon), Micanopy 
Buell S. S. (wagon), New Smyrna 

Gove H. S. (repairer), Norwalk 

Birdsey S. R. & Co. (wagon dealers), Ocala 
*Delonest A. E. (wagon dealer). " 

Hubbard & Macduff (wagon dealers), 
Kingman N. J. estate of (light and 

wagon), " 

Smook J. L. (repairer), " 

Williams F. C. (repairer), " 

*Berry H. H. (wagon), Orlando 

*Macey George E. (wagon), " 

Osteen A. C. (wagon), Osteen 

Kurtz R. (repairer), Palatka 

Martin G. W. (wagon), " ' 

Race A. (repairer), 

*Vertrees & Co. (dealers), " 

Hillard J. M. (repairer), Peusacola 

Key WestV*Johnson >& Forbes (dealers), " 

Nagel J. & Son (repairers), '' 

*Saunders E. E. & Co. (dealers), 
Zehler John G. (repairer), " 

Green Bros, (repaireis). Plant City 

Valentine V. J. (repairer). Providence 

Bevis C. F. & Co. (wagon), Quiucy 



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ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES, PAINTED OR NATURAL WOOD FINISH. 



SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 



BINCHAMTON WAGON CO., BINCHAMTON, N, Y., U. S. A 



For Explanatory Notes, seep 95. 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 



"Ottin^er A. (dealer), 
* Wilson A. L. (dealer), 
Wilson D. H. (dealer), 
lieardeu G. W. (repairer), 
Foster Charles G. (repairer), 
/Masters Sylvester (wa^on), 
Mott J. N. (wa,«i-on). 



Quincy 



,1 



St. 



Richland 
Augustine 

Sanderson 



/' 



X5ate City Wagon Works, Murray & 

Douuherty props., Sanford 

*Magruder J. P. (dealer), 

Murray Walter A. (repairer), " 

Coy John (light), Sisco 

Haymoud E. H. (repairer). 

South Lake Weir 

Aliott A. E. (repairer), Starke 

*Bail Bros. & Demilley (wagon deal- 
ers), Tallahasse 

Kemper J. C. (dealer), " 

"Vlouroe James (waiion dealer), " 

Noland W. (repairer), 

Oldenbury Wm. F. (repairer), " 

*lloherts T. J. & Sons (dealers), 
^Binkley & Co. (light and heavy), Tampa 



Kinsman J. J. (light and heavy and 

dealer), Tampa - - 

Krause J. H. (light and wagon), " 

Morrison W. A. (dealer). " 
Spencer, Henderson & Co. (dealers), 

Cook E. (repairer), Waldo 

Hicks D. (wagon), " 

Carriage and Waf/on Dealers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers). 

Sardware and Sup2)ly 
Dealers, 

E. & Baker, 



McMurray P. 
*Avery A. M., 
*Johnson & Forbes, 
*Krause J. H., 



Jacksonville 
Pensacola 



Tampa 



Trimmers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Wheel Mfrs. 

Donkbl Wheel Co., 



Apopka 



GEORGIA. 



Commercial Paper. — The three days of grace by custom allowed on paper payable at 
banks or brokers' offices, shall not be allowed on any bill or draft payable at sight. The first 
day of January, 22d of February, 26th of April, 4th of July, 2.5th of December, and any day 
appointed by the Governor of the State, President of the United States, or the civil authorities 
of any city, as a fast day or thanksgiving day, held and considered as Sunday, for all purposes 
connected with presenting for acceptance or payment, and protesting and giving notice of 
dishonor of any bill of exchange, draft, note, check, or order made after February 28tb, 
1876, which would fall due and payable on the Saturday before, and paper falling due on 
]\[onday shall be payable on Tuesday following. If a holiday falls on Saturday, paper due 
on Sunday payable on Monday; if holiday falls on jNIonday. paper due that day payable on 
Tuesday. Accommodation indorsers are securities. The indorser may be sued in the same 
action and in the same county with the maker, or drawer, or acceptor. It shall not be neces- 
sary to protest to bind indorsers, except in the following cases (this does not apply to foreign 
bills of exchange): 1. When paper is made payable (m its face, at a bank or banker's office. 
2. When it is discounted at a bank or banker's office. 3. When it is left at a bank or banker's 
(jfflce for collection. In all such cases days of grace shall be allowed. The bona fide holder 
for value of a bill, draft or promissory note, or other negotiable instrument, who receives the 
same the day before it is due, and without notice of any defect or defense, shall be protected 
from any defenses set up by the maker, acceptor or indorser, except the following: 1. Non 
ext factum. 2. Gambling or immoral and illegal consideration; fraud in its procurement. 
If the holder receives it after it is due, it.s non payment at maturity is notice of its dishonor, 
and he takes it subject to all the equities between the original parties. 

Interest. — Seven per cent., but as high a rate as eight per cent., valid if contracted for 
in writing. 



Carriage and Waf/on Makers, f^^ Srit'/.tt?' 

Ac worth 



*AwtryO. & Bro. (dealers), 

* Lemon, McMillen & Co. (dealers), 

*Litchfield & Putnam (dealers), 

Earle & Hunt (dealers), Adairsville 

Siiam C. J. (wagon), Adel 

Albany Carriage and Wagon Works, 

B. F. Manning prop, (light and 

heavy), 
*Brown S. B. (dealer). 



aye 
*Sheffield & Bell (dealers), 
*Tift N. F. & Co. (dealers), 
WatkinsW. W. (repairer), 
Alexander James (repairer), 
Clarke J. C. (dealer), 
Ellis James (repairer), 
Fret well C. H. & Bro. (repairers), 
Albany/ Green Thomas S. (light and wagon), 
" Grinton Martin (repairer;, 



Albany 



Alpharetta 
Americas 



FREE SAMPLES 
FUR.MSHED BY 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO, 

^ Of theii- WOOD FILLERS or ROUGH STUFF. 



For Explanatory Notes. SC'.; p 95. 



132 



GEORGIA. 



^ 



Carriage and Wagon Makers 

*HaiTis J. W. (dealer), 

Holt P. L. (dealer), 
^ Oliver A. T. (litihl and wagon), 

Prince N. G. &^J. K. (dealers). 

^Sheffield J. W. & Co. (dealers), 

Wesson P. V. (repairer), 

Brown E. H. (wagon), 

*Carithers & Belts (dealers), 

*Flemiuir T. & Sons (dealer), 

*Hadaway T. G. (dealer), 
^ Klein & Martin (light and wagon), 
^^Atwater Carriage and Wagon Co. 
(light and wagon, also dealers), 
39 to 43 West Alabama, 



continued 

Americus 



*Br:intley A. P. & Co. (dealers), 
Hendry & Strickland (dealers), 
Bush S. L. (light and wagon), 
Elder M. O. (repairer). 
Fryer E. L. (dealer), 
*JaraesD. W. (dealer), 
Andersonville /Johnson A. G. (repairer), 
Athens ; Lamon J. M. (repairer), 
*Maliette M. R. (dealer), 
^Stephens T. T. (dealer), 
Stranaland J. C. (dealer), 
Williams R. P. (repairer), 
Bruswell A. J. (repairer), 
Godfrey W. J. (repairer), 
Mclnary J. F. (repairer). 



Black Shear 
Blakely 

t 4 
t C 
< ( 

Boston 



Brandon 
Brunswick 



v' 



Booth W. K. (wagon), 72 West 

Peters, 
*Columbus Buggy Co. (light wholes- 
sale), Alabama c Forsyth and 29 

West Alabama, 
• *Curtis J. A. (light), 28 North Broad, 
* Davis J. A. J. (light and Avagon), 28 

North Broad, 
Florence Wagon Co. (wagon). Foun- 
dry c W. & N. R. RT, 
Golden F. S. & Sons (repairers), 595 

I\Iarietta, 
/Killian D. A. (light), 50 West 

Peters 
Maxwell J. R. (dealer), 48 West 

Peters, 
Nolan & Wells(repairers),169 Marietta, 
*Shuff J. L. & Co. (dealers), 29 West 

Alabama, 
Singer & Miller (light and wagon), 
^19 Collins. 
/*Smith John M. (liuht and heavy), 

99 and 101 Wheat, 
/Spence N. C. (heavy), 81 and 83 
^ Decatur, 

Standard Wagon Co. (light, wagon 

and dealers), 65 West Alabama, 
Watts & Huff (dealers), 63 South 

Broad, 
*Weitzell & Fitzgibbons (light and 

wagon), 85 and 87 Peachtree, 
Aldous John (repairer), 
Battey Robert R. (wagon), 
Bohler William O. (wagon), 
*Coskery & Davison (dealers). 
*Day, Tannahill& Co. (dealers), 
Field & Kelly (dealers), 
Goodyear A. W. & Co. (dealers), 
Greene M. A. (wagon). 
Hall Henry & Son (wagon), 
-*Lowrey J. H. (light and wagon), 
Matthews S. H. (wagon), 
McCorkle k, Staple (repairers), 
*Beach Charles L. (light), 
■^Blount William (wagon dealer), 
* Wright W. W. (deafer). 
Chambers J. T. Jr. &Co. (dealers), Barnesville 
*Keunedy J. L. (dealer), 
Mitchell R. & Co. (dealers). 
*Smith J. G. (light and wagon), 
r Summers & Murph}" (light and 

wagon), 
*Cook vte Jackson (repairers). Bishop 

Bacon Samuel (repairer). Black Shear 



(p 65,514) Atlanta/ Nest Max (buggy). 



Nunn J. W. (repairer and dealer), 

Bateman & Peed (wagon dealers), 

Montford A. (repairer), 

Montford R. & Son (wagon dealers), 

Maulden B. W. (repairer), 

*Roddenbery S. A. (dealer), 

Taylor N. B. (repairer), 

* Wight G. A. & Sons (dealers). 

Gray Z. T. (wagon and dealer), 

Ellis M. E (wagon), 

Mathews M. L. \repairer), 

*Brimberry W. H. Jr. (dealer), 

Harrell N. H. (dealer), 

Scaife & Dasher (road cart), 
i *Swindie & Palmer (dealers), 

Wadkins William (repairer), 

Edenfield David J., 

*Galt ct Warlick (repairers), 
j McCollum W. T. (repairer). 

Adair J. P. (repairer), 
/Brown C. S. (light and wagon), 

*KramerE. G. "(dealer). 

*Mandeville L. C. (dealer), 
/New D. F. (Ii2:ht and wagon), *' 

*Roop H. O. (dealer), 

*Stewart W. J. (dealer), 

*Wells E. AV. (dealer), 

*Baker & Hall (dealers^), Cartersville 



Butler 



Cairo 



Calhoun 



Camilla 



Canoochee 
Canton 

Carnesville 
Carrollton- 



^* 



Bradley W. A. (repairer and dealer). 



Augusta 



«* Jones R. H. & Sons 

(light and wagon), 
*Knight A. & Son (dealers), 
Payne E. (repairer), 
^Sheffield \V. C. (dealer). 



Mfg. 



Co. 



Cedar Springs 
Cochran 



/■ 



Bainbridge 



*Dunham W. E. & Co. (dealers). 

Roebuck W. T. & P. A. (repairers), 

*Taylor J. J. (dealer), 

*Thomp?on A. J. & Co. (dealers), " 

*Urquhart A. P. (dealer), 

*Amos W. M. (wagon), Columbus 

'Bartlett Newman & Co. (light and 

wairon), " 

Doouer'j. R. & Co. (light). 
England James R. (repairer), " 

*Hatcher Iron Wagon Co. (wagon), " 

Moshell J. H. (repairer), " 

McKee H. C. (dealer), 
Mischke C. A. (repairer), " 

Murphy A. (repairer), " 

*Pou Bros, (dealers), " 

Smith Simeon & Co., " 

Williams. Bullock & Co. (dealers), 
Almaud W. V. (repairer). Conyers 

Brodnax Thomas E. (dealer). 






DROP-AXLE BUGGIES, £ | 

BANNER ROAD WAGONS, § g 

BANNER SPRING SURREYS. ^ i 



B 



INGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



For Explanatory Notei?, see p 95. 






GEORGIA. 



133 



"t\l 



Carruige and War/on Makers — continued. 
yLangford J. W. (light aud wagou), Conyers 



Cottou Hill 
Covina:ton 



Crawford 



Crawford ville 

Cromers 

Cumraiiig 

Cuthburt 



Dahlonega 
Dallas 



Davisboro 
Dawsou 



Morris A. J. (wagon), 
Everett R. M. &'Son (dealers), 
Fergusou P. H., 
Freeiaud Louis (wagon), 
Lee ifc Peck (dealers), 
McKinney S. H. (repairer), 
Thompson & Lee (dealers), 
"Arnold, Maxwell ct Co. (dealers). 
Tucker Bros, (wagon), 
/"Chapman J. X. (fight), 
James L. (wagon). 
E'Iraondson John (wagon), 
Bartlett A. E. (repairer), 
*Key L. E. (dealer), 
*.\[cnonaId J. J. (dealer), 
*Tumlin C. L. (dealer), 

/Rice Stephen (light), 
Cooper Levi (wagon), 
Davis, Rawls & Finch (dealers), 
F^inkhard Noah (wagon), 

* Berry Bros, (dealers),. 
*Black John & Co. (dealers), 
Gibbs & Bros, (repairers), 
*Brown J. TV. (wagon), 
Farnuni & Stocker (dealers), 
*Hart T. J. & Co., 

* Mercer J. R. ifc Co. (dealers), 
IMcClure R. B. & Co. (wagou), 
Sanders D. S. (repairer), 
Demorest Mfg. Co. (repairer), 
Harris J. M. (wagon), 
Rees J. G. (wagon), 
Cason Munroe (repairer), 
McConnell Wm. (wagon), ~ " 
*Peacock C. H. & Co' (dealers), Eastman 

* Blount & Bell (wagon). East Point 
*Ezell E. B. & Co. (road cart dealers), 

Eatonton 
Hearn W. H. & Co. (dealers), 
R'ce R. H. (wagon), 
^Turner W. L. manager 
Wiggins G. W. (repairer), 
/ Auld J. F. (light and wagon), 
Clark & Adams (liu-ht and waiion), 
Brantley S. H. (decider), 
Floyd E. (wagon), 
Harvey W. S. (repairer), 
*McCurry & Co. (dealers), 
*Minis John F. (dealer), 
Dorman Richard (repairer), 
]\Iaddox ]\L M. (repairer), 
Newton E. P. (dealer). 
*Bag\vell & Gower (wagon aud dealers), 

Flowery Branch 
Ashworth &. ^lulcay (light), Forsyth 

* Proctor D. J. (dealer). ' 
*Thomas J. M. (dealer) 

Graham W. A. (dealer), Foi't Gaines 

Simpson & McAllister (dealers). 
Tennille \Y . R, (repairer and dealer), 



/' 



Cunniuu'ham G. A. (dealer), GriflSn 

*Osborn C. H. (dealer), 

Moate W. P. (wa^on), Hampton 

*Turnipseed W. W. (wagon), 

Wilson & Atkinson (wagon also dealer) Harlem 

Eckels Robert A. (liglii and wagon). 

Harmony Grove 
Stapler W. F. & Co. (wagon), 
Stark C. D. (dealer), 
*Quilliau AV. A. & Co. (dealers), 
Morris J. D. & Co. (reoairers), Harrison 

Alford D. C. (dealer), " Hartwell 

Andrews B. H. (repairer), " 

Boleman W. H. (repairer), " 

Kidd C. J. (dealer), 
Kidd J. M. (dealer), 

Pressnell C. P. (repairer), " 

Cole Allen (repairer), Hawkinsville 

*Laidler J. E. (dealer), 
Spurlinii- W. H. (repairer), " 

/Wilcox L. B. (light), 

" , "Brown & Roberts (light), Hayneville 

DaltoiT Rodes A. W. (wagon dealer), Hephzibah 

" Harris & Co. (wagon and dealers), Hightower 

Middlebrooks S. H. (light wagon), Hillsboro 



Dawsonville 
Delta 
Demorest 
Double Branches 

Eagle Grove 



Edison 
Elberton 

Fairburn 



Favettville 
Flovilla 



Andrews H. (repairer) 

Spearman C. R. (wagon), 

Harrison J. F. (repairer), 

Rutland J. R. & Co. (light), 

Brown G. W. (repairer), 

Barnes & Redman (repairers), 
y*Carmichael J. R. (light and wagon 
' and dealer), 

Hitchins James & Son (dealers), 

*Mallett & Nutt (dealers), 

McCoy J. T. (repairer), 

Williamson G. F. (repairer), 

Mize R. F. (wagon). 

Cooper J. N. (dealer), 

*Dunson & Dunson (dealers), 

Oberrv & Parnell (light and wagon), 

Smith C. W. (dealer), 

*Thornton J. P. (dealer), 

*Truitt J. G. &, Co. (dealers). 

Weathers J. F. (dealer) 

Colston William L. (wagon), 

McArthur A. H. (repairer), 
ylrb}' J. R. (wagon ), 
^ Lauixford D C. (wagon), 

Kelley G. W. (light). 

Stevenson & McNeeiy (light), 

"Cook Matthew (dealer), 

Davis T. H. (dealer). 

Gay Joseph (dealer), 

McRae Charles C. (wagon), 

Steele Bros, (dealers), 

Albright J. i: Co. (wagon), 

Davis Lee (repairer 



Hinesville 

Hogansville 

Hollonville 

Irwinton 

Ivanhoe 

Jackson 



Jeffersonville 

Josselyn 

Lafayette 

Lagrange 



/ 



Lavender 
Lilly Pond 

Linton 

Loganville 
Louisville 

Lumber City 



Luthersville 



/ 



*Houser F. C. (dealer), 
Hvatt H. C. (wasion) 
*.V[illerO. H. (wagon), 
Bevis J. F. (wagon), 
Hudson J. L. (wairon), 
* Walker G. W. (light), 
■^Davis Bros. & Seals (dealers), 
Brown John W. (repairer), 



7 to 10 Wharf, 

(p 35,000) Macon 
Hall Matthew (repairer). Poplar, " 

/Lowery J. E., agent (light), 120 Pop- 
lar, 
Lyon John (repairer). Poplar, " 

McCuller Thomas J. (repairer). East 

Macon, 
Parmelee S. S. (dealer), 2d, 
*Ross W. J. & Co. (dealer.*). Cherry 

c Cotton av, " 

Greensboro Schatzman William (repairer), rear 
Griffin 146 Second. 



Fort Valley 



Franklin 
Gainesville 



CARRIAGE 
ATALOGUES 



P 



RINTED BV THE 

RICK, LEE & ADKINS CO 



For Explanatdi-y Xotec, see p 95. 



VS-i 



GEORGIA. 



Citrruiyc and Wayuji. Maktt's — cuidinutd. 



/ 



Marietta 



Maxeys 
McDonough/ 
Midvill/ 



Akerman A. J. (wagon), Madisou' 

*Carbine P. V. (dealer), 
Dexter George N. (wagon), " 

*FosterL. H. (dealer), 
Goldmire H. R. (wagon), " 

*High J. R. & Sou (dealers), 
Knott John (repairer), " 

Thompson L. M. (wagon), 
^Anderson Bros, (wagon dealers), 
*Giamliog W. E. (light and wagon), 
*Legg B. R. (dealer), 
^Manning Bros, (dealers), 
Birchmore T. E. (wagon), 
*Turnipseed W. W. (wagon), 
Sconyers A. H. (repairer), 
Bigsby B. O. (light and wagon), Milledgeville 
*Caraker W. & J. (dealers), " 

Collins M. A. (repairer), " 

/ Cox & Gardner (repairers), " 

*Davidson L. W. (dealer), " 

*Nunnally W. H. & Co. (dealers), Monroe 
Wellington & Hickman (wagon), Monlicello 
McRae & Thompson (repairers). 

Mount Vernon 
Arnold, Burdett & Co. (dealers), Newnan 

*Bradley I. P. (dealer), " a 

*Broom W. P. (dealer), " ^ 

Carrnichael W. S. (repairer), " 

Coweta Wa<ion Co. (wagon), " 

*FellT. E. & Co. (dealers). 
*Geareld W. H. (dealer), 
*Hardoway & Hunter (dealers), " 

*Newnan Buggy Co. (light), " 

Newnan Wagon Co. (wagon), " 

«nr;- I, X kVo. (d(a\r)T 
*Pope A. (dealer). 

Cook J. A. (wagon), Norcross 

Hill J. W. (wagon), Norwood 

Williams Edwin ifc Co. (dealers), Oglethorpe 
Williams J. R. & Co. (dealers), 
*Rodgers J. A. (dealer), Perkins Junction 

Martin I. C. (repairer), Pleasant Grove 



/ 



Tiller Bros. & Broach (wagon), Point Peter 
Badger Geo. M. (repairer), Quitman 

*Rountree J. B. & Co. (dealers). 
Smith L. A. (repairer), Reidsville 

Ault & Ward (repairers), Rocky Face 

Drennen Wm. (wagon), Rome 

Franklin George (repairer), " 

Galloway James (repairer), " 

Hale Davidson Hardware Co. (deal- 

uv.), 
'*Jones R. H. & Sons Mfg. Co. (light 

and heavy), " 

Klasinii' J. H. (repairi-r), " 

INloss \V. M. (rcpainr), 
Robt-rlson Joseph (repairer), " 

*Rome Hardware Co. (dealers), •' 

Wimpee M. A. (repairer), " 

Bird M. H. (light), Sandersville 

Duegan Mack (dealer), " 1 

*T{irbutton B. J. (dealer), " i 

Wheeden Wm. H. (light). " ' 

*ALTICK'S D. A. SONS (light 
and road cart), West Broad and 
Broughton (factory Lancaster, 
Pa.), Savannah 

r Canty Thomas (light and wagon), " 

Gnann Wm. W. (.repairer), " 



Kent Alfred (w.igon). Savannah 

Lindner A. (repairer), " 

Miller E. J., 

*0'Connor Patrick (repairer), " 

*Parish G. W. (dealer), 

*Savannah Carriage and Wagon Co. 

(dealers), ' ' 

Walsh James (repairer), " 

Ward T. A. (wagon). 
Wilson A. K. (repairer), " 

Baggarly Bros, (dealers), Senoia 

Bull J. A. (repairer), " 

*Sasser C. F. & J. A. (dealers), 
Moore A. D. (wagon), Sharon 

Lewis John J. (liuht), Sidney 

Andrews W. T. (light), Siloam 

Pralher Charles (repairer), Smithville 

Hurst J. ]VL & Bro. (dealers), Social Circle 
Lloyd & Partridge (repairers and 

dealers), " 

Shepherd J. O. (dealer), 

^Graves R. A. (dealer), Sparta 

Davis W. D. (wagon), Statesboro 

Roberts Floyd A. (wagon), Stellaville 

Malaier W. F. (road cart and surrey 

dealer), • Sunny Side 

Carter J. M. (light and wagon), Sylvania 

Boswell J. W. (repairer), Talbottou 

*McCoy John H. & Co. (dealers), 
Bryan D. F. (repairer). " 

Raglaud W. E. (dealer), 
*Weekes W. J. & Son (dealers), 
Cobb R. E. (dealer). Tallapoosa 

Hutchinson H. D. & Son (wagon), 
Sampson & Stewart (dealers), " 

Entrekin ^^^ A. (wag n), Temple 

Davis & Davis (wagon), Tennille 

*Gallaher & Hamilton (dealers), 
Murchisou Bros, (light), " 

Tapper J. T. (repairer), 

Bland John (trimmer), Thomaston 

*Hightower J. W. (dealer), 
Laseter J. R. (repairer), " 

Matthews R. A. (wagon dealer). 
Smith W. O. repairer), 
Thompson & King (dealers), " 

Weaver George A. (wagon dealer), " 

Clifton J. S. (dealer), Thomasville 

Dalin A. W. & Co. (wagon), 
Evans i.\; Maclean (dealers), ' ' 

Griffin & Sturdevant (dealers), " 

McDougall A. (repairer), " 

Palin A. W. & Bro. (repairers), 
Curtis A. H.. Thomson 

Harris C. P. N. (wagon), Tunnel) Hill 

Sasser William M. (dealer), Turin 

Eii>,Hish J. T. B. (repairer), Unionville 

*Crawford & Co. (dealers), Valdosta 

Holder B. F. (repairer), 

Strickland W. F. (dealer), Villa Rica 

Bacon W. D. (wagon), Walthourville 

Harden L. L. (dealer), 

Burnley W. A. (light). Warrenton 

-English W. C. (dealer), 
*FarmerE. B. (dealer), 
Howell Daniel R. agent (light), 
Phillips D. A. (repairer), " 

Barnwell J. S. (dealer), Washington 

*Benson Jos. A. (dealer). 
Smith L. k. Bro. 



DINGHAMTON WAGON CO., g ^f^^^Z""^^7^ 

Jj T,T.T^TT..r^^.r XT .. XT a . g SHIPMENl 



BINGHAMTON, N". Y., U. S. A. 



For E.Ki'hiuatory Notes, see p 95. 



GEORGIA — IDAHO. 



135 *T^ 



Carnage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Attaway J. Clight), Waynesboro 

Mobley B. H. (dealer), 

O'Byrnes James (dealer), 
/Prescott J. E. (wagon). 

Sanders J. I), (wagon), " 

/Smith Julys (light and wagon), " 

Jordon K. P. (waiiou, also dealer). 

West Bowersville 

*Atkinson, Reed & Co. (dealers), West Point 
/Brugnot A. G. (light), 

"Miher & Erwin (dealers), " 

Grant J. C. & J. D. (light and wagon), 

White Plains 
• Tappan George R. (light), 

Carter J. M. (repairer), Woodcliff 

Durham & Asbury (dealers), Woodville 

Crawford J. W. A. (repairer), Wrightsville 

Sardivare and Suj>p^y 
Dealers. 



*Athens Hardware Co., 
*Alexander J. M. & Co., 
Atlanta Carriage Hardware Co. The 
Beck & Gregg Hardware Co., 
^High^ower'^J. B. & Co., 86 White- 
hall, 
*Lowry & Echford Hardware Co., 
*Coskery & Davidson, 
*Day, Tannahill & Co., 
Field & Kelly. 
Goodyear F. R., 
*Beach William, 
*Bush J. & Son, 
*Frazer & Dozier, 
*EzeH E. B. & Co., 
*Bramlett & Bro. , 
Weathers J. F., 



Athens 
Atlanta 



Augusta 



Columbus 



Eaton ton 

Forsyth 

Lavender 



*Dunlap Hardware Co., 150 and 153 




Third, 


Macon 


*:Ethridge, Trammell & Co., 317 




Third, 


(t 


Johnson & Lane, 


t ( 


*Macon Hardware Co. , 


» ( 


Parmalee S. S., 


( ( 


^-Southern Hardware Co., 317 and 




319 Third, 


( ( 


*Carbine P. V., 


Maaison 


Tilnian John, 


Quitman 


*Rome Hardware Co., 


Rome 


Sullivan, West & Co., 


( ( 


*West ct Griffin Hardware Co., 


i « 


*Palmer Bros., 


Savannah 



Huh and SpoJie 3ffrs. 

Roush Wheel Co., Macon 

Machinery and Tools, 

*SINGER MFG. CO. (sewing 
machines)— (See p 4), 39 White- 
hall. Atlanta 

Trimmers, 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 



Wheel Mfrs, 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
Roush Wheel Co., 

Woodtvork 3Ifrs. 



Butler Mfg. Co. (singletrees), 
Roush Wheel Co. (wheels and wheel- 
stock). 



Macon 

Butler 
Macon 



DAHO. 



Interest. — Interest is to be ten per cent, per annum unless otnerwise agreed ; it m«y be 
agreed not to exceed two per cent, per month ; beyond this will be decreed usurious, and 
parly taking it shall forfeit to the party paying it treble the amount so paid. 



Cai'viage and Waff on Makers, 

Snodgras J. W. (wagon dealer), Albion 

Barber H. F. (repairer). Boise tJitj-^Jacl 

Butts A. L. (repairer), Caldwell 

^Coffin F. R. ifc Bro. (dealers), 

*Gwinn M. B. (dealer), 

Morrow S. L. (repairer), 
/'Ward A. F. (wagon). Cameron 

Gilmour John (repairer). Cottonwood 

^Brimson Thomas (wagon). Eagle Roc 

*Co-op- Wagon and Machine Co. 
(dealers). 



/' 



Kr 



/Marshall George (wagon), Franklin 

Anderson C. (wagon), Genesee 

*Beamer J. H. (dealer), Hailey 

kson A. J. (wagon), " 

McKibbin Alex, (repairer), " 

Johnson A. (wagon), Latah 

Mitchell, Lewis"& Co. (dealers), Lewiston 

Wiggins L. (repairer). " 

Thoraton O. P. (repairer), Moscow 

Isaakson & Tolman (repairers), Oakky 

*JonesM. K. (wagon). Post Falls 

Manor E. P. (repairer). Rathdrum 

Stucker A. J. (wagon). Silver City 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO. 



M'f'rs of WHITE nnd ANTIQUE 

WOOD FILLERS, 
J CUICAGO. 



wb 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 






136 



ILLINOIS. 



LLINOIS. 



Commercial Paper. — Promissory notes, bonds, due bills and other instruments in 
writing, may be payable in money or personal property, and are assignable by indorsement. 
The indorser is released if the holder does not proceed against the maker at the first term of 
court after maturity of the obligation, unless the institution of suit would have been unavail- 
ing, or the maker had absconded or resided without, or had left the State when the interest 
became due. Protest does not fix the liability of the indorser; it can only be done as before 
stated. Instruments payable to bearer are transferable by delivery, and indorsers of such in- 
struments are liable as guarantors, unless otherwise expressed in the indorsement. Guaran- 
tors are held liable regardless of the diligence used in prosecuting the maker, it being an 
independent contract. The usual days of grace are allowed on all instruments, except those 
payable at sight, on demand, or on presentment. Upon bills of exchange drawn or indorsed 
within tiiis Siale, and payab'e without the United States, duly protested, ten percent, damages 
are colleciable. atid upon those payable within the United States, in case suit is brought, five 
per cent, damages. 

Interest. — The h^gal rate is 6 per cent., but any sum not exceeding 8 per cent, may be 
contracted for in writing. The penalty for usury is the forfeiture of the entire interest. 



Carriage and Waf/on Makers, 

Bays & Hardy (dealers), Abingdon 

*Belwood & Marks (dealers), 

Foltz F. P. (dealer), 

*Main & Barnaugh (dealers), " 

/*Miner Perry A. (wagon), Adair 

Huusaker & Son (repairers), Adams 

Abel Fred (wagon), Addieville 

Brennecke Henry (repairer), " 

Harloff Carl (wagon). Addison 

Yaple H. A. (repairer), Adrian 

McCluskey J. H. (wagon), Akin 

Dinueen J. W. (dealer). Albany 

Bell Wm. F. (repairer), Albion 

(Jhism Eiisha Jr. (repairer), " 
*Dalby H. & Co. (dealers), 

Johns W. H. (repairer and dealer), " 

/ *Painter & Franklin (light wagon), " 

' Patrick H. S. (dealer). 

Schofield J. N. (repairer), " 

SchnellJohn (wao-ou), Alden 

Carroll E. H. (dealer), Aledo 

Cole & Dickson (repairers), " 

/•('unningham Charles F. (light), " 

Killey Philip (repairer), " 
Morrison & Killey (farm wagon 

dealers), " > 

Shriver Wra. C. (repairer), " 
Thede C. F. Jr. (repairer and dealer), " 
Thede C. F. Sr. (repairer), 

*Vincent & Clark (dealers), " 

Watterson William (dealer), " 

Zeller Hartman (wagon), Alexander 

*Blayney J. C. (cart dealer), Alexis 
(Churchill D. (wagon and dealer), 

Frantz R. M. (repairer), " 

y Porter Bros, (light and wagon), " 
Porter J. B. (dealer). 

Postlewaite C. W. (dealer), " 

Smilie R. I. (repairer), " 

Wray & Wray (dealers), " 

Kern Charles (wagon), Algonquin 

Elliott William (wagon., Alhambra 

Gross Aug. (wagon), " 

*Kientz L. & Bro. (dealers), ' 



Smith George (wagon), Alhambra 

Grigsby J. W. & Son (repairers also 

dealers), Allendale 

Hensby John E. (wagon), 
McCullough J. E. (wagon), Alma 

Proctor W. W. (wagon), 

Frakes W. S. (repairer). Alpha 

Runals A. A. (wagon), Alta 

Heischmidt A. (wagon), Altamont 

Hilmas B. H. (repairer), 

*Baker S. B. & Co. (dealers), Alton 

Floss A. & Co. (wagon dealers), 
Johnson H. K. (dealer), " 

Koehne John H. (wagon). " 

Lehmann V. (wagon), " 

Luf t George (wagon), " 

Millen Robert (wagon), " 

Miller D. (light and dealer), 
*Milnor C. W. & Co. (wagon dealers), " 
*Rodemeyer Charles (light and 

wagon), " 

Siebold^N. (wagon), " 

Tomlinson Samuel (repairer), " 

Wine & Lehman (wagon), " 

Berkheart Jacob (wagon), Altona 

Lawrence O. S. (repairer), " 

McMasters C. J. (dealer), 
Morrisett Henry (light and wagon), " 

Scott B. H. (dealer), 

Ersfield A. (wagon), Amboy 

Feustmaker G. W. (wagon), " 

*Graves J. B. (detler), 
*Keeling G R. (dealer), 
Leager C. A. (dealer), " 

McL-achlin J. C. (repairer), 
Schmidt Joseph (repairer), 
Wheaton W. (repairer), " 

Berry & Walker (wagon). Anchor 

Bradley Johnson (wagon), Ancona 

Bradley Joseph (wagon), 
Broadway J. B. B. (dealer), Anna 

DeWitt J. C. (dealer). 
Hilig D. W. (dealer), 

Hillman George (dealer), " 

NorrisG. W. "(dealer), 
Rhodes Wm. (dealer). 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

Bingha mton Wa gon Go,, Binghamton, M> Y. 



For Expliii aioiy Note;-, s e p !/.5. 



^ 



ILLINOIS. 



137 



rta_p 

Mi 



Anuawan 
Antioch 



Apple River 



Arcadia 
Archie 
Areola 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Stokes W. W. (repairer and wagon 

dealer), Anna 

Storm ct Goodman (dealer), 

"Willoughb}' W. II. (wagon,) 
/Harris F. \V. (light and wagon), 

Odeman J. E. (repairer also dealer), 

Dahleuburg E. (wagon,) 

Russell S. B. (wagon dealer), 

Frehage Melson (wagon), 

Hall Thomas (dealer), 

*Mank.ey Alfred (repairer), 

Downtain A. C. (wagon), 

Marsh John B. (repairer), 

*Bradbur3'^ Bros, (dealers), 

Crews M. F. (dealer), 

Franklin John (repairer), 

Hickman Chas. (dealer), 

Linton C. E. (repairer), 

*Suyder H. O. (dealer). 

Trout D. W. (dealer). 

Vradenburg Thos. (wagon dealer), 

Huber Killian (wagon), 

]\Ieyer H. F. (wagon and dealer), 

Kippeuham Adam (wagon), 

McMuliin F. F. (wagon), 

Claybell John (repairer), 

Flinte Wm. (wagon), 

Schraeder Wm. (wagon), 

Wilson & Fehlraan (dealers), 

*Dempsey D. S. (dealer), 

Forbes Henry (repairer), 

Piugh G. W. (dealer). 

Stout L. L. (repairer), 
. Mills Seth (wagon), 

Packard M. (wagun), 

Goodman N. & Son (wagon), 

Brannecke Ed. (repairer), 

Chapman Samuel (repairer), 

Murra}' F. M. (wagon), 

Seibert George (wagon), 

Seibert John (heavy waaou), 

Austin W. F. (dealer), 

*iirown, Kimball & Co. (dealers), 

Kincaid Thomas (wagon). 

Jloody D. (wagon). 

*('lmstead & Co. (dealers), 
y AVaters F. M. (light), 
■^ Billmire M. M." (buff^y 
cart), 

Hardesty Mellville (dealer), " 

Conteville P. (repairer and dealer). Assumption 

Conteville &> Co (dealers), 

Hillabrant J. W. (repairer), " 

Kellam E. E. (repairer), " 

Lafollett D. (repairer), " 

*Unroe & Rasbach (dealers), •' 

Staoleton J. H. (dealer), 

Travis B. (dealer), 

Watson D. J. (dealer), . " 

Cruzen N. A. (wagon), 

Fackier S. (dealer)', 

Fackler Thomas (repairer), 

Wright M. L (repairer), 

Hanson P. (wagon), 

Kinhart John A. (repairer), 

Hoose J. H. & Son (repairers and 
dealers), 

McDonald I), (wagon). 

Roads & Wright (repairers), 



Helkey J. C. (repairer). 
Hubbard O F. (dealer), 
Gross Casper (lepairer). 
Martin D. D. (dealer). 



Atlas 

Atterburry 

Atwood 

Auburn 



rMorse Robert E. (liiiht, wa^on and 



dealer), 
Sanders C. J. (repairer). 
Wineman & Woolsey (dealers), 
Antrim T. E. (heavj- wagon), 
Dooley W. H. (dealer). 
Leach W. G. (wagon). 
Leach & Young (repairers), 
Reynolds R. H. (dealer), 
Sapp H.J. (dealer), 
Weinberg Moses (dealer), 
Winfield A. J. (wagon), 
Young H. W. (dealer), 
Callan John P. (road carts). 
Carpenter W. E. (repairer and dealer), 
Cota L. P. (repairer), 
Feuske Chas. (repairer), 
y *Frazier W. S. & Co. (road cart and 

sulky, wholesale mfrs.), 
Hawkinson & Co. (repairers), 
Ingrum W. W. (repairers), 
Kline & ]\Ieyer (repairers), 
*Mason & Corlett (dealers), 
Arlington Heights l,*McCollum & Sons (light and road 
" ^ cart, also dealers). 
Miles Don D. (repairer), 
*Norris W. H. (dealer). 
Wagner John (repairer), 
*Wagner Theo. (light, also dealer), 
Welch Andrew (dealer). 
Crafts S. J. & Co. (dealers), 
DcMU J. (wagon), 
Valencourt E. V. (repairer). 
Bates J. C. (wagon), 
Cheatham H. (dealer). 
Grain Benj. (repairer), 
Howard J (wagon), 
Miller James (dealer), 
Reibeling F. L. (wagon), 
Weiiham Lea (repairer), 
Kues Gerhard (wagon), 
Ferguson W. H. (dealer), 
]\IcFarland A. B. (wagon), 
M>ers W. H. (repairer), 
Simmons & Armstrong- (wagon), 
Stump D. M. (dealer)."" 
^Tompkins S. & Son (dealers), 
Ti-^chuser John (wagon), 
Fitike William (wagon), 
Floral h William P.''(wagcn), 
Callow Joseph (dealer)," 
Hatke & Steifenhafer (wagon), 
Jahii Louis (repairer), 
Haiiey A. (wagon). 
Grout & Co. (dealers). 
Holmes Chas. M. (wagon), 
McConnell B. & Son (wagon), 
Nicol M. H. (wagon), 
Phenneger J. S. (wagon), 
Weber John (dealer), 
Wike Bros, (dealers), 
Sciiinidt Jacob (wagon). 
West brook J. T. (wagon), 
*B;iriholomew H. B. (dealer), 
*Xewlon Wagon Co. (wholesale 

manufacturers farm wagons). 



Augusta 



Arenzville 

Argeuta 

Arlington 



Armiugton 



Arrowsmith 

Ashkum 

Ashland 

Ashley 



Ashmore 



and road 



Ashton 



Aurora 



Austin 



Ava 



Aviston 
Avon 



Astoria 



Athens 



Atlanta 



Baden Baden 
Baldwin 

i i 

Barrington 



Barrow 
Barry 



Barllett 

Basco 

Batavia 



pRICE, LEE & ADKINS CO., 

% Carriage Catalog ue Pri n ters. ^ 



For Explanatorj- Notep, see p 95. 



138 



ILLINOIS. 



Cari'liKje and Wagon Makers — continued. 



Shaw Whitely (repairer), 

*White S. A. (dealer). 
/ *Burch L. M. (light, wagon 
dealer), 

Parker J. J. (repairer). 

Baujan H. J. (repairer), 

*Beatty & Hammer (dealers), 
^Chalfant W. S. (wagon), 

Draser Daniel (dealer), 

Loomis C. H. (dealer), 

Rudolph & Sullivan (road and track 
cart), 

McNeill W. A. (wagon), 

*Biefeldt H. (dealer), 

Langreder H. F. (repairer), 

*Struve William (dealer), 

Backensto Benj. (wagon), 

*Gill Thomas S. (wagon), 

Apple Phil (repairer), 

Beger Joseph (repairer), 
y'Belleville Carriage Works (light 
' and wagon), 

Borgmeyer Wm. (repairer), 

Dahlam D. (wagon), 

Dlntleman P. (repairer), 

Heineman Charles (repairer), 

Helnzelman Bros, (light), 
/Herlel Adolph (light), 

*Hucke A. C. (dealer). 

Keller Jacob (repairer), 

*Klrcher & Sous (dealers farm wag- 
ons), 

Koenig Joseph (light), 

Ludwig & Stegmeyer (light), 

Mautercr L. ife Son (repairers), 
/*Merker & Wirsiug (light and wagon) 
' *Monk C. A. (dealer), 

Mueller L. G. (repairer), 

Ruppel Bros (repairers). 

Schwarz Joseph & Son (wagon), 

Wamser H. (repairer), 

Waniser John (repairer), 

* Williams H. C. agent, (light), 

Beckington O. (deater), 
/Dawson Wm. M. (light), 

*Greenlee G. & Son (heavy wagon 
dealers), 

Hopkins D. (dealer), 

Humphrey George (light and wagon), 

List Bros, (light and heavy), 

Nesblt S. E. (repairer), 

Robinson W. H. (repairer), 
/ Sewell W. (light), 

Hubbell »& Son (repairers), 

*Knapp Fred (dealer), 

Martin H. (light and wagon), 
f Parker Wm. (light and wagon), 

Priestley S. B. (light and wagon), 

Taylor J. H. (dealer), 

Sandhagen Chas. (wagon). 

Backer Bros, (wagon), 

^Backer Thomas (wagon), 

Daniel J. B. (wagon), 

*Fltzgerald & Hudelson (dealers), 

Odum Scott (repairer), 

St. Clair Bros, (wagon dealers), 

Womack N. (wagon), 

Kress P. (repairer), 

Clem Michael (wagon). 



Batavia 
Batchtowu 
and 

Baylls 

Beardstown 



Beason 

Beaver Creek 

Beecher 



Beecher City 
Beilevlew 
Belleville 



Belhalto 

Beverley 

Bible Grove 

Big Foot Prairie 

Big Neck 

Biggsville 

Blackstoiie 

Blandinsville 



Bloom 
West 
Bloomington 



Hovey G. H. (repairer), 
Klemm Gotlelb (wagon), 
Funk James (wagon), 
Ballard A. (wagon). 
Mulligan J. B. (repairer), 
Ehrgott L. E (wagon), 
Kennedy S. (wagon), 
Corbin &, Pratt (repairers), 
Banks M. T. (dealer), 
Epeson & Phillips (repairers), 
Kellogg F. P. (dealer), 
Sanders C. J. (repairer). 
Sells C. R. (repairer), 
Welderhold Charles, 
Ball Francis (repairer), 307 

Washington, 
Bauman F. H. (repairer), Morris av, 
Black James (repairer). North Main, " 
*Clark, Churchill & Co. (dealers), 

309 and 407 North Main, 
*Coates R. W. & Co. (dealers light 

farm wagons), 210 East Front, " 

Ellis Ambrose (repairer), 807 East 

Olive, 
*Ferre Lyman (repairer), 209 West 

Front, 
Flinspach Louis (wagon;, c Oak and 

Martin, 
*Goodfellow & Mitchell (dealers), 

108 East Front. 
Haggard S. E. (dealer), 216 West ' 

Washington, " 

*Harber Bros, (jobbers), 428 and 430 

North Main, 
Harwood D. B. (cart dealer), c Madi- 
son and Jefferson, " 
Heritage George T. (repfdrer), " 
*Holder. Mllner & Co. (dealers), 108 

West Washington, " 

/*Hyde & Martens ^ight and wagon, 
'I also dealers), 317. 319, 320 and 

408 South Main, " — 

Madden Daniel (repairer), 105 and 
107 South East, 
Belvldere *Matern Louis & Son(llghtand wag- 
on), 306 and 308 West Front, 
McKee, Shade & Leary (light, also 
I wagon dealers), 302 and 304 

1 West Front, 

Model A. (repairer;, 208 West Grove. 
Nelson A. (repairer), 211 and 213 

South Center, " 

*Ross J. S. & Sons (dealers), 208 
East Front, 
Bement Sprague V. B. (repairer), 307 West 

I Washington. " 

VSteffen A. L. (light), 307 West Wash- 
•' 'l Ington, " ■ 

" i Dornhaker John (repairer). Blue Island 

" Meyer George (wagon dealer), " 

Bensenvllle Scherwltz James (repairer), " _ 

Benson Volkman Gust, (repairer), 

Dulany I. W. (repairer), 
Benton Dennis Charles (repairer), 
Ferguson B. (wagon), 
" Houde N. (wagon). 

Marcotte Moses (wagon), 
*Bashens & Bucklew (dealers), 
Berlin >Vlncent Julius (wagon), 
Berwick Deyo Bros, (dealers). 



Bluford 

Bon field 

Bonus 

Bourbonnals Grove 



Bowen 

Braceville 

Bradford 



k 



New and Hovel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTOH WAGON CO.. MSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY. 



BIXGHAMTON, N. Y. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p95. 






ILLI^'OIS. 



139 



contin ued. 

Bradford 



Carriage and Wagon Makers- 

Kitterman J. N. (repairer), 

*Latin Irving (dealer), 

Leson J. M (repairer), 

Thompson A. S. (dealer), 

Barto Domenic (dealer), 

Dyer Thomas (dealer), 

Johnson Charles (dealer), 

O'Neill T. R. O. (wagon), 

Rainville S. (wagon), 

Reardon John (dealer), 

White "William (repairer), 

Reimenschneider Jacob (wagon), 

Schroeder J. C. (wagon), 
/ McJimsey Buggy Co. (light), 

Martin John E. (dealer). 

Sarins August (repairer), 

Stewart Frank, 

Bowman C. E. (dealer), 

Fisher H. L. (repairer, also dealer), 

Fisher James L. (repairer), 

"Hayes E. K. (dealer), 

Hibbs Josh, (repairer), 

Lovett R. B. (repairer), 

Weatherwax George W. (dealer), 

McOwen A. S. (wagon), 

Striggon Fred (wagon), 

Sefton C. A. (light). 

Piper Henry (wagon), 

RobeenJoseph (wagon), 

Williams George (wagon), 

Lindenmeyer J. M. (wagon), 

Brode A. J. (repairer), 

Buchan James (repairer), 

Knipple & Fisher (dealers), 
y*Makutchau W. H. (road cart), 

Dawson James H. (wagon), 

*Weidner J. G. (dealer). 

Baker Charles (wagon), 

Jencks W. 0. (wagon), 

Klein William (repairer), 

^laurer Ignatius (repairer), 

Housman J. M. & Son (wagon). 

Book S. H. (repairer), 

Albright John (wagon), 
yBall c€ Sons (light and wagon, 
dealers), 

Harrah C. A. (wagon and cart dealer), 

Hening Willis (wagon dealer), 

Keith D. B. (wagon), 

Lieb John (dealer), 

*Miner J. C. (wagon dealer), 

Newell F. G. (wagon). 

Cooper George W. (wagon). 

Dorlaque Sam. K. (wagon), 

Rickford Charles (repairer). 

Carver U. (repairer), 

Keys W. S. (repairer), 

Theis Leonard (wagon), 
'^Ericson John (wagon), 

Lawson George Jr. (repairer), 

Rathburn E. (dealer). 

Wray ct Adams (dealers), 

Hofheinz Fred, (repairer), 

*Oeh]er William (wagon), 

Powers Patrick (wagon), 

*Reed J. B. (dealer), 

*Thesilewood X. B. & Bro. (dealers), 

♦Woodward Iron & Hardware Co. 
(dealers). 



(repairers and 



Camargo 



Bridgeport 
Brighton 



Brimfield 



Cambridge 

Camden 

Campbell Hill 

Camp Point 



Campus 
Canton 



Bristol 

Broadwell 

Brownstown 

Biussels 

Buckingham 

Buckley 

Buda 



Capron 



/ 



Siders W. (wagon), 

AVatson & Wiley 
" dealers), 

" Chapman J. W. (wagon), 

" Hulin B. I. (light and wagon), 

Braidwood/Daly Charles (wagon), 
" Krueger Julius (wagon), 

Caldwell J. W. (repairer), 

*Chase xM. C. (dealer), 

Francis George W. (dealer), 

Selig Hiram (repairer), 

Vincent Francis (dealer), 
Breese *Foltz J. J. & Son (dealers), 

*Bass J. H. & Bro. (dealers), 

Clark J. H. (repairer). 

Garland James (repairer), 

Harter J. & Son (dealers), 

Hicks Hiram (repairer), 

Hoffman Henry M. (repairer), 

Ketcham George P. (wagon). 
i *Marron James (repairer), 
I Orendorff H. H. & Co. (dealers), 
y Sexton W. H. (wagon), 

Stonsbury Thomas (repairer), 

Torrance W. C. (dealer). 

Baker Sam (dealer). 

Bates S. (dealer), 

^Cornwall & Kellogg (dealers). 

Downing W. C. (dealer), 

Limscott C. F. (repairer), 

Powell R. J. (wagon), 

Speed A. W. (repairer), 

MackeyT. K. (dealer), 

Pickett Beal (wagon), 

*Scurlock J. M. (dealer), 

Watson L. L. (repairer). 

Goody George Q. (dealer), 

McSherry Thomas (repairer), 

Meyers Charles (wagon), 

Owens James (repairer), 

Siegel Georire (liuht and wagon), 

Siegel Y. B. (dea'ler), 

Thomas & Graham (wagon), 

Wetzel John (wagon), 

*VVoodward S. S. Hardware 
(dealers), 

Bond & Donnewald (dealers), 
yBub Paul (wagon), 
} Devine G. (dealer). 
i Jensen Chas. (repairer). 

Killing Henry (repairer). 

Means James W. (dealer), 

Norris Charles P. (dealer), 

Schneider J. (wagon), 

*Schnell tt Allen (dealers). 

Smith & O'Neil (repairers), 

Ary Thomas (dealer). 

Beck John C. (wagon), " 

" Boyer Alexander K. (wagon), " 

Cable Brandt & Son (wagon also dealers), " 

Kronmiller J. H. (wagon), " 

-Land D. R. & J. (dealers). 

/Robinson Wm. M. (light and wagon), " 
*Storms N. (dealer). 
Williams & Hale (dealers), 
Wehling F. (wagon). Carpenter 

Miller C. T. (wagon), Carpentersville 

*Baltz Bros& Co. (wagon), Carrollton 

Egelhoff William (wagon and light), 
Hensler & Rumi ill (wagon), " 



Buffalo 

Buffalo Grove 

Bunker Hill 

Burksville 

Burlington 

Burnside 

Burnt Prairie 

Bushnell 

also 



Carbondale 



Carlinville 



Co. 



Carlyle 



Butler 

Byron 

Caberv 



Carmi 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO. 



ai'frs of WOOD FILLER AX!) 
ROUGH STl FF, CHICAGO. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



— ;sros 



it* 



140 



ILLINOIS. 



continued. 

CarroUton 



Carriage and Wagon Makers- 

Jackson Amos (repairer), 
*Morrow James P. & Co., 
O'Connor William (repairer), 
Rumrill George W. (wagon), 
*Sieverliug H. C. (repairer and dealer). 



Phillips & Jones (wagon), 

Cutler Albert (repairer), 

Ellington & Son (dealers), 
^Lawton John C. (repairer), 

Mathews Bros, (dealers), 

*iMcKee N. P. (dealer). 

Rams Henry (trimmer), 

Robbins Frederick E. (repairer), 

*Sholl Bros, (dealers), 

*VValker C. W. (dealer). 

*Fuqua & Peters (dealers), 

Garrison & Son (dealers), 

Gobi N. M. (repairer), 

Krouse Charles (repairer), 

*Lee H. B. & Co (dralers), 

Sliimell F. A. (dealer), 

Moses & Pretzel (wagon), 

Chickedanz H. (wagon), 

Kemper G. (repairer), 

Martin H. D. D. (wagon), 

Hodges S. (repairer), 
/ Ciishman George O. (wagon), 

Clingman G. W. (wagon), 

]\IcCamon J. B. (light and road 
wagon), 

Shaffer John (repairer), 

Barnes J. W. (dealer), 

*Blyihe & Rahn (wagon). 

Buck E. R. (repairer), 

Greer Janics A. (repairer), 

*Heiss P. & Son (dealers), 

Mathews Ft-iix (dealer). 

Sherwodd H. (wagon and dealer), 
/ Skipper J. A. (wagon). 

*Tate R. E. & Sou (dealers), 

Zweig Charles (wagon). 

Field & Miller (repairers), Cerro Gordo 

*Frautz John S. (dealer), " 

*Huff Bros. & Grove (dealers), 

Ilobbs D. (wagon). 

Smith T. J. (wagon). 



Liston Joe (dealer), 
McCarty & Snider (dealers), 
Merrett & Eastln (wagon), 
*Minton & Sous (wagon dealers), 
Parker J. C. (repairer), 
/Rice John (wagon). 



Charleston 



Carterville Sloddert Hairy (dealer), 
Carthage *Van Meter John (dealer), 
" Jeffreys Beuj. F. (repairer), 

*Shipley C. W. (dealer), 
" Beckmau Bros, (repairers), 

" *Seariug & Messier (dealers), 

" *Speicher L. C. (repairer), 

" Ehraen E. J. (repairer), 

" I Roderick James (wagon), 

*' Bauer Phillip (repairer), 

Casey Juneau F. J. (dealer), 
" "" *Porch J. (dealer); 
" - Shoekelt F. J. (repairer), 
" y^Brumm Frederick (light and wag- 
on), 
" *Brumm & Ballenger (dealers), 

Caseyville Crabb Henry (repairer). 
Caspar's Jackson John (repairer), 

yLace L. P. (light and wagon), 
Castleton *Lace & Fales (dealers), 
Catlin Nickel & Bowden (dealers), 
Braecber A. (wagon), 
Gausmann Bros, (repairers), 
Herschbach Robert (wagon), 
Cedarville Kennedy Bros, (dealers), 
" Kuntz W. C. (repairer), 

Centralia *Lehnherr Isaac (dealer), 
Pomorsky Joseph (wagon), 
Rebbe T. R. (dealer), 
Wclga Fritz (repairer), 
Attebury W. \V. & Son (repairers) 



Chatham 
Chatsworth 



Chattan 

Chauncey 

Chebanse 



Chenoa 



Cayuga 
Cazenovia 



Chester 



Chesterfield 



Bragg J. (repairer). 



Cranuell G. N. (light and wagon), 
Davidson George W. (dealer), 

yEly George (light and wagou), 
Frysou Bros, (repairers). 
Hardy W. F. (dealer), 
Hessell J. F. (dealer), 

/•Karle B. J. (light). 
* Miller M. J. (dealer), 
Pennington & Co. (dealers), 
Renner Bros, (dealers), 
*Sabln C. J. (dealer), 
*Trevett Henry (dealer), 
Boensel Christ, (wagon), 
*Bowman. Haynes&Co 
Elliott H. T. (wagon), 
Anlrobus N. C. (repairer), 
Briggs J. H. (dealer), 
*Swettart Henry E. (wagon), 
Cramer N. (light and wagou), 
French W. H. (repairer), 
Ginther & Son (wagou dealers) 
Harry W. E (repaiiei). 



Chambersburg 
Champaign 



Chandlerville 
(dealers), " 

Chapin 



Charleston 



Towse William (wagon). 
Wills & Son (dealers), 
/Heimle C. (wagon), Chestnut 

Afl Henry J. (wagon), 686 Clybourn 

av, (p 1,098,576) Chicago 

• Albert V. (repairer), 51 Ewing, " 

Althoff Rudolph (light and dealer), 

356 31st, 
Andersen P. (repairer), 713 West 

North av, 
Armstrong James (repairer), 154 

Sherman, " 

Badenoch & Jaffray (repairers), 49 

North Desplaines, " 

Bakenhus & Mueseler (light and deal- 
ers), 95 Indiana, " 
*Barta Martin (wagon), 195 and 197 

Harrison, " 

Baum John (repairer), 4359 South 

Halsted, " 

Baumann & Kiessling (repairers), 

2348 and 2350 Wentworth av, 
Behrens Henry (repairer), 33 Willow, " 
Beyerlein John (wagon), 707 47th, " 

*Bilhorn Christ F. (wagon), rear 311 

Division, " 

*BIRDSELL MFG. CO. (light and 

wagon, wholesale rafrs.), 377 and 

379 Wabash, 
*Blaisdell S. E. (express wagons and 

spring trucks), 62 and 64 Pnrific 



D INGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

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Carrifige and Wagon Makers — continued. 

. *Bohanon & Williams (light and sul- 
kies). 161 and 163 Ogden av, Chicago 

Boldt William & Son (wagon), 9184 

South Chicago av, " 

BoUan Joseph H. (light and dealer), 
3212 State, 

Bonthuis Alge (repairer), Michigan 
av near 108th, 

Brems Frederick (wagon), 1283 Mil- 
waukee av, " 

Brenan ct Lawder (wagon), 6644 State, 

Brennan Garrett (wagon), rear 75 
West Lake, 

*Bristol ct Gale Co. (dealers), 30 and 
32 South Canal, 

Brooksbaok William (repairer), 548 

Milwaukee av, " 

Brown George W. (dealer), 370 and 
372 Wabash av, 

Bruell Bros, (repairers), 461 West 
16th, 

*Brundage S. V. & Sons (wagon), 511 
to 515 West 22d, 

Burr Bradley (delivery wagons, 
wholesale mfr.), 81 and S3 North 
Ashland av, " 

Busch Herman (repairer), 422 North 
Wells, 

*CHICAGO TOP AND CUSHION 
CO. (trimmers), —(See p 55), 188 
and 190 Ohio 

Close William (repairer), 751 Throop, " 

Collinson M. (wagon), 47 and 49 East 
Twelfth, 

*Columbus Buggy Co. (light and 
dealers), 15 to 19 West Lake, 
retail hous! 274— 278 Wabash av, 

Comarford F. J. (repairer), 333 
Fifth av, 

Conrad Louis (repairer), 80 Augusta, " 

Cork Henry (wagon), rear 746 South 
Halsted, 

*CORTLAND WAGON CO. (west- 
ern branch), 81sl and Wallace on 
C. R. I. and P. & C. & E. L R. 
R. mail drawer 161 — (See opp 
adv index), " 

Crooks Joseph (wagon), 387 Lincoln av, " 

*Cruttenden & Co. (heavy and deal- 
ers), 250 Kinzie, " 

Cummings F. D. & Co. (light and 
dealer), 851 42d, 

^Cunningham James Son & Co. The 
(fine carriages and hearses), 390 
to 396 Wabash av. 

Davis & Brady (wagon), Holden pi 
rear 48 Hubbard, 

*Dayton Carriage Co. (dealers), 55 
South Sheldon, 

Debus John (repairer), 815 Blue Is- 
land av, " 

Delaney «fc Knutty (wagon), rear 47 
Arthur, 

Doering H. (wagon), 1206 North 
Halsted, 

Drogkamp Chas. (wagon), 139 North 
Wells. 

*Drydeu E. W. & Co.(light and han- 
som cab), 71 and 73 22d, 



Durkin John (repairer), 991 South 

Paulina, 
Dutton Jos. (repairer), 167 West Van 

Buren, 
Eastlake Mfg. Co. (repairers), 3012 

Cottage Grove av, 
Eberstein Christ, (trimmer), 32 

North Robey, 
Edlund John (wagon), 264 Lincoln 

av, 
*Edwards H. J. Sl Sons (light), 

mfrs. and dealers, wholesale 

and retail, 292 and 294 Wabash 

av, 
Eichmann John (repairer), 158 Front, 
*Emerson & Fisher Co. The, (light, 

also dealers), 15 to 19 West 

Lake, 
Engel & Menning (wagon), 550 Sedg- 
wick, 
Engers Albert E. (wagon) 490 North 

Wells, 
Erby William (wagon), 176 and 178 

Indiana, 
Ergang Wm. (repairer), rear 747 

South Halsted. 
*Felz Henry (light),201'and 203 West 

Division, 
*Fenton J. H. (dealer in sulkies), 267 

and 269 Wabash av, 
Fenzel Frank (repairer), 289 South 

Halsted, 
Folk James F. (light). 2743 Cottage 

Grove av, 
Frank John (repairer), Lake av near 

55th, 
Frank Paul (repairer), 3355 South 

Halstead, 
Franz Louis (trimmer), r 68 31st or 

3026 Cottage Grove av. 
Frasch J. C. (wagon), 605 West 

Lake. 
*Frazier W. S. & Co. (road cartsand 

sulkies), wholesale mfrs., 373 

Wabash av, 
*Freaser & Sommers (light and 

dealers). 75 85th. 
*Frees Philip & Bro. (light and 

heavy), 296 North Carpenter. 
Frogner John (repairer), 194 Austin 

av, 
Gallagher James (repairer), 1638 

North Clark, 
Ganske August (w^agon), 512 Blue 

Island av, 
Gardner Benjamin P. (wagon), 21 

Silver. 
Gehle Henry (wagon), 500 Larrabee, 
Gervens T. (repairer), 425 Loomis, 
*Giese & Stridde (repairers), 84 Ful- 

lertou av, 
*Graper August (repairer), 1831 State, 
Graper William & Son (repairers and 

dealers), 3952 State, 
*Greeu & Holden Co. (dealers). 142 

and 144 West Washington, 
Gunderson Gunder (repairer), 403 

Elson av, 
Haestrup Fred, (wagon), r 3026 Cot- 
tage Grove av. 



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Ivlalcers to the Trade, 

86 and 88 MARKET ST., CHICAGO. 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Hallaren C. & P. (repairers), 2907 

State, Chicago 

Hamilton John (wagon), 1320 In- 
diana av, " 

Hansen E. (trimmer), 257 West Ran- 
dolph, 

Hanson Henry H. & Co. (light), 59 

Austin av, " 

Hayden Edmund C, agent (wagon), 
2634 Indiana av. 

Heffernan Robert K. (repairer), 793 

West Lake, " 

Heinig Julius (wagon), 16 Chicago 
av, 

*Henry Carriage Co. The (dealers), 
366 West Randolph, 

Henry CluuKs (lighO, 366 West 

Randolph, " 

Hermann Theo. (repairer), 923 Lin- 
coln av, " 

Ilerzog Bros, (w^agou), 61 Wendell 
av, 

Heselshwerd William (wagon), 112 
East 39th, 

Heuser Christ (repairer), 16 Rees, " 

Hill H. B. (repairer), 394 and 396 

Wabash av. " 

Hoefl, Werner ^t Co. (wagMii), 1099 

Milwaukee av, " 

Hoenig Thomas (wagon), 734 South 

Jefferson, " 

Hofsaess Wm. (wagon), 2470 Archer 
av. 

Hoglund & Mortensen (wagon), 595 

Milwaukee av, " 

Iloldorf Theo. C. F. (repairer), 913 
North Halsted, 

Hopkins M. (wagon), 905 West Madi- 
son, " 

Hopson John (wagon), 124 W. Har- 
rison, 

*Hottua N. (wagon), 965 South Ash- 
land av, " 

Huber John & Son (wagon), 293 
West Polk, 
, Hull Charles J. (light and wagon 
and cab), wholesale mfr. 2308 to 
2318 State, 

Ironside George (delivery wagon), 

2358 Cottage Grove av, " 

Iversen C. & Co. (wagon), 63 North 

Center av, " 

Jackson W. T. (light and wagon), 
71 and 73 North Wells, 

Jansen L. (trimmer), 223 West 
I#ke, 

Jewell Francis R. (repairer), 1080 

West Madison, " 

/Johnson & Metzler (light and truck), 
260 and 262 Michigan av. 



Jones A. E. (repairer), 168 Michi- 
gan av, 

Jones Moses (wagon), 366 West Ran- 
dolph, 

Jones & Patrick (light), 3146 Cot- 
tage Grove av, 

Kaul Adolph (repairer), 358 West 
Indiana, 

*Kelley, Maus «&;Co. (trimmers), 184 
* to 190 Lake, 

Keni Conrad, 190 South Jefferson, 

Resell M. (repairer), 603 South 
Canal, 

*Killam Henry Co. (heavy also deal- 
er). 276 and 278 Wabash av, 

*KIMBALL C. P.& CO. (light and 
heavy), Wabasli nv r Htnrison. 

Kimball J. E. (repairer;, liiil West 
Lake, 

*KIMBARK S. D. (trimmer)-(See 
p 55), Michigan av and Lake, 

Kinman John W. (repairer), 21 
Throop, 

Klotz Edward (repairer), 774 Elston 
av, 

Koebel & Dornoff (wagon), 219 West 
12th, 

*Koehler Belzer (wagon), 235 South 
Canal, 

Koelltr F. & Co. (repairers), 857 
Elston av, 

Koelzer John (repairer), 1927 Archer 
av, 

Knenig Wilhelm (repairer), 638 North 
Halsted, 

Koepke Ludwig (light and wagon), 
807 Milwaukee av, 

Kopplin Frank A. (repairer), 280 
South Clinton, 

Korbach Herman (repairer), 984 
West 31st, 

Korngiebel Adam (repairer), 3608 
Archer av, 

Kortick Peter (wagon), 273 West 
12th, 

Kovalski Harris (wagon), 44 Eld- 
ridge Court, 

Kribs Nikolas (repairer), 539 25th, 

*Krzikowsky Ferdinand (light and 
wagon), 809 to 813 West 
Lake, 

Kuhnen A. F. (wagon), 214 Su- 
perior and 211 and 213 Huron, 

Kuhnen's Nicholas Sons (light and 
wagon), 210 to 220 Superior, 

Lacbeumayer & Soderberg (light), 
359 and 361 West Randolph, 

Lamprecht Charles (repairer), 386 
Larrabee, 

Lamprecht Fred (wagon), 510 North 
Halsted, 



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Carnage and Wagon Makers— continued. \ O'Brien James (wagon), 2701 State, 

Langmann Beruhard (repairer), 560 Oertel August (repairer), 725 Larra- 

Ogden av, Chicago bee, 



Chicago 



Langmann Charles (wagon), 446 

West 14th, 
Lauxon Henr}' (repairer), 675 West 

Madison, 
Leiwenich Charles C. (wagon), 3008 

State, 
Lersch Peter (wagon), 3250 Archer av, 
Levy Simon (second hand carriages, 

etc.). 275 North May, 
Leyes & Doudera (repairers), 349 

South Halsted, 
*Lines D. J. Sons (light and heavy, 

also dealers), 307 and 309 Wabash 

av, 
'Little W. J. (repairer), 114 and 116 

West Van Buren, 
Ludolph G. H. (repairer), 950 West 

Lake, 
Lundquist P. & Co. (wagon), 700 

Larabee, 
Lyon P. A. (wagon), 242 South 

Morgan, 
*Manville B. & Co. (light and heavy), 

363 and 365 Wabash av, 
Jlaremont Isaac (repairer), 491 South 

Canal, 
McDonald Andrew fwagon), 263 and 

265 South Desplaines, 
McEvoy John (repairer), 2610 South 

Halsted, 
*McFarlane Hugh (express wagon), 

Harrison c Clinton, 
McLaughlin Thomas (light), 44 and 

46 Hubbard Court. 
*McMahon & Sorg (wagon), 205 

West Jackson, 
McVittie A. (light) and dealer), 2533 

Slate. 
*Meckel Louis C. & Son (light and 

dealer), 1237 and 1239 State, 
Meisher A. M. (repairer), rear 347 

and 349 State, 
^Michigan Buggj' Co. (light also 

dealers), 341 to 345 Wabash av, 
*MILBURN WAGON CO. (branch 

house), 461 and 463 Wabash av, 
Millar A. S. (wagon). 49 Third av. 
Miller E. M. & Co. (branch), 341 to 

345 Wabash av. 
Miller George (repairer), 1097 West 

Madison, 
Mohu Louis (wagon), 5435 Lake av, 
Moninger C. & Sons (wagon), 364 

24th, 
Morison & Jones (dealers), 3146 Cot- 
tage Grove av, 
Muller William (repairer), 91 Shef- 
field av, 
*Neff William & Co. (farm wagon), 

232 South Green, 
Nelson Theodore (repairer), 766 North 

Halsted, 
Neupert & Kutz (repairers), 382 

South Morgan, 
Nielsen H. (wagon), 263 Noble, 
Oberkircher E. (wagon and dealer), 

3123 State, 



Ohlson & Stjernlof (repairers), 312 
and 314 North Market, 

O'Neill John (repairer), 556 West 
^ I on roe, 

*Palm Louis (wagon). 16 South Jeff- 
erson, 

Percy J. (repairer), 1084 West Con- 
gress, 

Perti Frank (wagon). 423 South 
Canal, 

Peters Henry (repairer), 82 Augusta, 

Peters J. M. (repairer), 621 West 
Chicago av, 

Peterson John (wagon). 113 Supe- 
rior, 

Pethes Theodore (repairer), 54 Blue 
Island av, 

Pitts Alexander J. (light), 167 On- 
tario, 

Possehl Louis (wagon), 380 24th, 

*Press Jacob (wagon), 62 North Hal- 
I sted, 

Pritchard C. L. Mfg. Co. (trimmers), 
I rear 347 and 349 State, 
y*Racine Wagon and Carriage Co. re- 
pository, 430 and 432 Wabash av, 

Radtke Bros, (repairers), 895 and 897 
North Western av, 

*Rehkopf F. A. (light and wagon), 
741 to 745 West Lake, 

Rehm Henry (repairer), 550 West 
Chicago av, 

Rettke Ferdinand L. (wagon), 291 
Michigan, 

Reuss H. A. (wagon), 1121 West 
Lake, 

Riley & Oswald (light), 54 North 
Canal, 

Rohs Jacob (repairer), 2530 Cottage 
Grove av, 

Rolston Bros, (repairers), 4241 West 
Lake, 

Rose Frederick (wagon), 921 West 
Madison, 

*Rossow Bros, (wagon), 1135 Otto, 

Roth & Adler (repairers), 9 South 
Union, 

*Ruethling Wm. C. & Co. (wagon), 
5 and 7 Illinois, 

Ruppenhagen & Sievert (wagon) 334 
Larrabee, 

Ryan Bros, (wagon), 259 Michigan, 

Salversen George (trimmer), 95 Indi- 
ana, 

Santer C. C (repairer), 3637 Went- 
worth av, 

Sarhage J. H. (wagon), 226 21st, 

Scheler John (repairer). 347 Blue Is- 
land av, 

Schierstedt Louis (wagon), 112 South 
Western av, 

*Schladweiler Bros, (wagon), 375 
West Lake, 

Schneeberger Julius (repairer), 4939 
State, 

*Schneider P. (wagon), 117 West 
Twelfth, 



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Carrkuje and Wagon Makers — contmited. 

Schneider & Schwab (wagon), 795 

North Halsted, Chicago 

Schukraft Wm. (repairer), 108 West 
Lake, 

Schulz A. repairer), 680 and 682 
Lincoln av, 

Schumacher & Kniebusch (wagon), 
470 Center av, 

*SCHUTTLER & HOTZ (farm 
and freight wagon, wholesale 
mfrs.). 45 West Slonroe, " 

Schwartz & Bublilz (repairers), 2762 

Archer av, " 

Schwinke Frank (wagon), 313 West 

North av, " 

*Scott C. B. & Co. (dealers), 375 

Wabash av, " 

*Scullv Thomas (wagon), 253 North 
Wells, 

Sebastian & Fritz (repairers), 614 

North Western av, " 

*Seelow Frederick W. (wagon), 461 
to 467 West 22d, 

Seitz E G. (light and wagon), 266 

Bowen av, " 

Selbach Michael (wagon), 5242 Went- 

worlh av, " 

Shaw Robert (wagon), 7 North Mor- 
gan, 

♦Sherman L N. W. (business wagon), 
316 to 324 Fifth av, 

♦Shogren A. P. (wagon), 72 to 76 

Larrabee, " 

Shotts & Co., (light and wagon), 683 

West Lake " 

Shouldice S. '(light), 431 North 

Wells, " 

Sings John (light), 619 West Madi- 
son. " 

Small William A. (light), 359 and 
361 West Randolph, 

*Smith John C. (light), 1458 Wa- 
bash av, " 

*Smith Peter & Co. (light and Spring 
wagon). 78 and 80 Michigan, " 

Sobieszezyk Frank & Co., (repair- 
ers). 694 Noble, 

Sollrig Emil (light), 4605 South 

Ashland av, " 

Soule, Walker & Hughes (repairers), 
6415 Wentworth av. 

f Standard Wagon Co. (branch) (light 
and wagon), 370 and 372 Wa- 
bash av. " 

*Standish J. Miles (wagon), 26 North 

Green, " 

^STAVER & ABBOTT MFG. 
CO. THE (liuht. wholesale 
mfrs.). 274. to 278 Wabash av, " I 

Steen Bros. & Co. (light), 963 West ^ 

Madison. " 

*STEPHENSON JOHN CO. lim- 
ited (street car and omnibus). 
Phoenix bdg — (See adv N.Y. de- 
partment), 

*Stoltze William (coach and hearse), 
104 West Lake, 

"Stone Calvin & Sous (light and 
heavy), 167 to 175 Ogden av, 



*STUDEBAKER BROS. MFG. 

CO. (wholesale mfrs. carriages 

and wagons), 203, 204, 205 and 

206 Michigan av, 
Stuenkel John (wagon), 114 North av, 
Sturm & Matt miller (repairers). 807 

and 809 South Halstead, 
Swan John S. (wagon). Western av, 

near 31st, 
Sylvester Charles (repairer), 630 

North Paulina, 
Szypura Ignatz (wagon), 72 West 

Ohio, 
Taft P. J. (repairer), rear 244 31st, 
Thiele H (repairer), 201 to 203 B'ue 

Island av, 
Thornton G. H. (repairer), 466 26th. 
* Tower I. S. & Bro. (light and 

heavy wholesale mfrs.)^ 105 to 

109 South Clinton, 
Trauscht Andrew (rej airer), 2541 

Archer av, 
Trauscht Nicholas (wagon), 375 22d, 
*Tudor Buggy Co. (light wholesale 

mfrs.), 27lh and Shields av, 
Uhle Carl W. (repairer), 832 South 

Halstead, 
Urbanus J. M. G. & Bro. (wagon), 

402 North av, 
Vecchion Frank (wagon), 3224 South 

Hoyne av, 
Yierheilig Joseph (repairer), 263 

South Jefferson, 
Voelkner Ludwig (repairer), 1742 

Ashland av, 
*Voltz George (wagon), 361 South 

l-J Q lot f»Q r\ 

Waag G. F. (light), 346 South 
Robey, 

Wadsworth L. L. (spring truck and 
wagon), 252 Michigan av, 

Wagner John (repairer), 318 Cleve- 
land av, 

*Walker F. G. (light and heavy, 
mfr. and dealer, wholesale and 
retail), 346 and 348 Wabash av, 

Wallin & Fitzsimons (wagon), 559 
West Indiana. 

*Wayman & Murphy (light and deal- 
ers), 259 West Randolph, 

*Weber Wagon Co. (farm and freight 
wagon, wholesale Mfrs.), 81st, 
and Wallace on C. R. I.& P. and 
C. & E. I. R. R., 

Weddle & Co. (dealers), 51 South 
Jefferson, 

Wendel August (light), 1506 Mil- 
waukee av, 

WendlandBros. (truck and wagon), 
2260 State, 

Whitehair N., 3522 Yiucennes av, 

Whitfield S. A. (repairer), 8 Madi- 



son, 
Wiederhold C. F, 
Wildner Val Jr. 

rabee, 
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(wagon), 245 62d, 
(wagon), 425 Lar- 



and Storage Co. 
The, (light), 80 and 82 12th, 
Wilson Henry (wagon), 6413 Went- 
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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Wohllebtn Charles (wagon). 35 

ENton av, Chicago 

Wolf.-oii H. (repairer), r 1230 Wa- 

basli av, " 

Wolfson Simon (repairer), 529 Hol- 

(leu pi. 
World's Fair Vehicle Co. The, 247 

East Ohio, 
Wurtz Peter * (repairer), 586 West 

I2lh, 
Yindrocli John (trimmer), 262 Michi- 
gan. " 
Young Wm.F. (light), 1700 North 

Chirk, 
Ziilhart Konstantin (wagon), 1589 

Milwaukee av, " 

Zoschke Albert (repairer), 982 South 

Western av, 
Seward James (wagon), 
Storry W . J. (wagon), 
Wtidener M. (lepairer), 
Clark Y. B. (wagon). 
*Parrish Bros, (wagon), 

*B()lhwell & Hopkins (dealers). Clay City 

Ennnons C. (repairer), 
Hohll)a\ich Aug. (wagon), 
*Coe IL P. (dealer), " Clayton 

Douglass W. B. (repairer). 
Miller Henry (wagon). " 

*Rutledge W. H.^fc J. F. (dealers). 
Smith Jt.hn W. & Son (repairers and 

dealers). 
Haab Edwaid (repairer), 
■*Cumraings II. F. (dealer), 
Donovan Bros, (dealers). 
Van Dnzor Isaac (dealer), 
*Walton S. B (dealer), 
Anderson L. P. (repairer), 
Aughenbaugh George jM. (repairer), 
Beatty G. H. (dealer), 
*Kiilough John (dealer), 
*Mc Henry & Bailor (dealers), 
Morris William & Co. (dealers), 
*Oglevee. Graham & Co. (dealers), 
Seaborg & Byland (wagon), " 

Stoker J. C. (repairer), " 

Watson & Watson (dealers), 
Wersenburger V. (wagon), Coatsburg 

Botkin Samuel (repairer), Cobden 

Broadwav J. B. B. (dealer), 
■■Buck John (dealer), 

*Fowley James (dealer). " 

Kohler L. (dealer), 
Ridey William (repairer), 

/Russell A. J. (wagon), 
Snyder Jacob (repairer), " 

*Spriug S. & Sou (dealer.*), 
Atrnew George (dealer), Colchesler 

«Aguew P. M. (dealer). 
Alters William (wagon), . " 

*Bowman T. J. (dealer), 
Fletclier J. D. (wagon), " 

Surtees John (repairer), " 

Weight W. H. (dealer), 

Becker & Crom (repairers), Coleta 

*Blum C- J. (dealer), Collinsville 

Edwards C. L. (repairer and dealer), " 
Kalina Charles (repairei), " 

Kluge & Son (repairers), " 



Krite &'Kirchbaum (dealers), 
Morris Jno. (dealer), 
Schmidt & Khige (wagon), 
SchwiirzkolT A. (repairer), 
Singletarv C. A. (dealer), 
Warner F. (dealer). 
Becht Anton (wagon). 



Collinsville 



Colona Station 



/' 



Claj'tonville 
Clifton 



Clinton 



*Millar P. W. & Sons (wagon), Columbia 
Schmidt John (wagon), 

Holdren Benjamin (wagon), Compton 

Shafer A. (repairer). Cook's Mills 

Lear Joseph (wagon), Cooperstown 

Ocock Joiin (repairer). Coral 

Karr David (wagon), Cordova 

Carroll & Shackleton (dealers), Cornell 
Smith C. B. (repairer), 

Passmore William (repairer). Council Hill 

Cheesboro James E. (wagon), Courllaud 

Brownback & Co. (dealers), Cowden 

Clark Bios, (wagon), " 

Conrad Bros, (dealers), " 
Rasor & Jones (wagon and dealers), " 

Shell Nathan (repairer), " 

Smith John (wagon), " 
Williams Hudson & Co. (dealers; 



Creal Springs 



Lane W. B. (wagon) 

i\IcComb Joseph (wagon), 

Semple J. J. ^ T. S. (dealers), 

Dimon Daniel (wagon), Creston 

Shweer Bros, (repairers), Crete 

Woodricli Charles (wagon), 

Knupp Michael (wagon), Croake 

*Ford II. H. (wagon dealer). Crystal Jjake 

Miller William (wagon). 

Herbert George R. (dealer), Cuba 

>Nelsou John (wacon) " 

*Sheiry H. (dealer), 
*Shryock J. C. (dealer), 

Hatfield Jesse S. (wHgon dealer), Cullum 

Search William (wagon), Curran 

Meyer E. W. (repaiier). Cutler 

Tuil & Loienze (light), Dallas Ciiy 

^Walters Bros, (light). 

^ Kintzler Joseph (wagon), Damiansville 

*Ewins. Stubham & Risser, (dealers), Dauvers 
.Mussel man Henry (wagon), " 

-•^Baker P. T. (dealer), ' Danville 

Barkman, Juveuall &Gamrael (deal- 
ers). 
Barnes J. C. (wagon), " 

Burgett & Edmonds (light). 
"Chambers ct Duncan (dealers), " 

Colon Charles (dealer), " 

*Cowan Amos (dealer). " 

/*Danville Buggy Co. The (light and 
' wagon) " ■ 

Force Daniel (light and wagon), " 

*Giddinus & Patterson (dealers), 
GillilancI J. W. (repairer), 
*Holmes R. T. ct Bro. (dealers). 
*Holmes & Kent (farm wasxon deal- 
ers), 
*Hull J. G. (dealer), 
Myers W. P. (dealer), 
"Pate James (dealer), " 

Ryan Wiliam (liglit, also dealer), " 

*Unger William (dealer), " 

*fvoch H. (wagon), Darmstadt 

*Ende A' Gearke (wagon), Davis 

Hays Thomas (light and wagon), " 



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ATALOGUES Jl 



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Davis Junction 
Dawson 



Daj'ton 
Drcalur 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

/Johnson M. (wagon), 

Snyder J. H. (wagon) 

Woodvvortli K. H. (repairer), 

Rat.clill James E. (wagon), 

*Vanwinkle H. M. (wagon), 

*Diinavan A. F. & Son (dealers), 

Allen E. G. k, Bro. (dealers), 

Brand ('has. F. (repairer), 

Dm fee George S. & Bro. (dealers), 

Fisher Jesse (dealer), 

Frew C. W. (repairer), 

*HiU & Beatty (dealers), 
y "-'Kramer A. (light.wagon and dealer), 

McLean J. R. (light and wagon), 

"Spencer & Lehman Co. The 
(dealers), 

*Wayne Sulkette and Road Cart Co. 
--^ (wholesale mfrs., also dealers), 

Wood F. H. (repairer), 

Veltcr &, Z-xhn (wagon), 

Kaufman J. (wagon), 

^Carter Bros (dealers), 

Kaesser Louis (repairer), 

McLouglilin James (wagon), 

Nelson B. ('. (wagon), 

*Sliipman, Bradt & Co. (wagon), 

Bickle & Cobb (wagon), 

*Few C. W. (dealer), 

Guild & Nicoll (wagon), 

Hemstreet J. S. (repairer), 

*ilill J. L. & Co. (dealers), 

*Hoghton C. M. (dealer), 

*Kirignian & Duncan (dealers). 



Kubaski George (wagon), 
Davisyi Smith John II. (wagon) 
Aherns Wm. G. (wagon). 
Braidley H. P. (wagon), 
Engel J. B. (wagon), 
*lTodges J, H. (dealer), 
*Mueller F. J. & Bro. (wagon), 
Walker W. E. (dea'e-). 
*\Vendt & Morse (dealers), 
Hibs E. (wagon), 
*Hh1I Wm.B. (dealer), 
Hill Richard (wagon), 
^Onstatt Don (wagon dealer), 
*\Vard Bros, (dealeis), 
Yehling & Kraft (wagon). 
Baker E. II. (dealer). 
Sheik F. W. (dealer), 
*Vansickles J. C. (dealer), 
*Buck B A. (dealer), 
Kepi)linger G. J. (dealer), 
Tock Bros, (repairers), 
* Waters Charles (wagon and dealer), 
Borges Henry (wagon), ~ 

Taylor John K. (repairer), 
Davis A. n. & Co. (repairers), 
-'Large David (wagon). 
*Orr D. & Sons (dealers), 
Deland j Reese & Cruise (wagon). 



Deer Creek 

Deerfleld 

Deer Plain 

DeKalb 



Dubois 

Duncan's Mills 

Dundee 



Dunlap 
Du Quoin 



Durand 



Dwight 



Eagle Lake 
jle Point 
Earlville 



Delavan 



yTaylor Bios, (li^lil and wagon), 
Saunders W. T. (repairer), 
Geiler Peter (wagon), 
*Iieiirens John C. (dealer), 
*Moldenhauer A. (wagon), 
Salstrom A (wagon), 
Shuh John (wagon). 
Aniedee Cyrier (repairer), 
Mo>toller A. (wagon), 
McAtee S. S. (wagon), 
Dupre Kuward (wagon). 
Smith J. J. (wagon), 

A Fry W. B. (wagon), 
*App]eford J. l3. (dealei), 
Davies Thomas (repairer), 
Huguet C. M. (dealer), 
Joynt C. J. (repairer), 

,,*LordPaul G. (light and wagon), 
Phillips A. E. (repairer), 
*Pitcher L. D. (dealer), 
Ressick A. (repairer), 
*Rosebrook C. J. (dealer), 
Millhouse G. (repairer), 
Dreger Conrad M. (wagon 

dealer), 
Raesh George (wagon). 
Stivers Robert (wagon), 
Krummel F. W. (wagon), 

^ Hunter C. A. (w^agon), 
Maxeiner Wm. (wagon), 
Conant Isaac (wagon), 
AVebb Stephen (wagon), 
Scmitts Suerin (wagon), 
Sucher J. W. (repairer), 

/Ball W. H. (wagon). 
Field C. C. (repairer), 



Denver 

De Pue 

Des Plaiues 



Deselm 

De Soto 

Detroit 

DeWitt 

Diona 

Divernon 

Dixon 



and 



■•'"Snow S. Edward (wagon), 
Collins Robert (wagon). 
Hale P. L. (dealer), 
Kass M. (wagon), 
Simpson Wm. (wagon), 
*Scoville G. W. &"Son (dealers). 



East Dubuque 



East Lynn 
Easton 



Dickinson H. S. (wagon), 
""Burns Bros, ^wagon), 
Koenigstein John (repairer), 
"^"Ortgeir Wm. (wagon), 
Pennell M. C. (repairer), 
Souder Chas. B. (wagon), 
Geibel Thomas (wagon), 
Schoenberg H. F. (wagon), 
Robinson David A. (wagon). 
Pierce John D. (wagon), 
'""D sinond Michael (repairer), 
Schmidt Peter (repairer), 
Sommerlad Henry (wagon), 
Springer Bros. Mfg. Co. (dealers), 
"* Trares & Keller (dealers), 
"^'Tuxhorn Bros, (dealers), 
""Weber Jacob (repairer), 
Bushor Bros, (repairer), 
y|'"^Jansou B. (wagon), 
Lundrey N. (repairer), 
*Lunow John (wagon), 
Moore A. S. (dealer), 
Dolsoni>Hunt Chas. T. (repairer), 
Johnson Andrew^ (wagon), 
Morris Bros, (dealers), 
Warne Elisha (dealer), 
Hoskins John (repairer). 
Rife C. S. (repairer), 
Hargrave J. A. (dealer), 
McDaniel & Co. (wagon and dealers), 
Mclntyre John (wagon). 



East Paw Paw 
East St. Louis 



Eden 

Edgewood 

it 

Edington 

Edinburg 

Edwardsville 



Dolton 

Dongola 
<( 

Donnellson 

Donovon 

Dorchester 

Dover 



Downer's Grove 



y Shaver James G. (wagon), 



Glaw^e John E, (wagon), 
*Kiraball James M., 
Downs^i'Long John (wagon), 

■'^Long Phillip (wagon). 



Effingham 



Elburn 



El Dara 

Elderville 
Eldorado 



Elgin 



IHNGHAMTON WAGON CO., ^ 



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Elizabethtowu 

Elkhorn 

Elliottstown 

Ellison 

wag- • 

Ellisville 

Elmhurst 



Elmwood 



Cari-iage and Wnijoii Makers— continued. 

McCallum Steel Wheel Wagon Co. 

(farm wagon), Elgin 

/*Plumnier H.^T. (wagon), 
' Wardlow F. (waaou). - 

Webster Frank (dealer), 

Wilcox it Son ((lealers), 

Atchinson & Mclvenze)' (wagon), Elizabeth 

Banwarth ifc Arinitage (dealers) 

*Price & Hawkins (wagon), 

Laclitrup E. (wagon). 

Horath tfc Dye (wagon), 

Kellj' J. (wagon), 

Gritiith Ferdinand (light and 
on), 

Hoopes Henry (wairon), 

"Glos A. S. (dealer), 

Martin William (wagon), 

Nenman John (wagon), 

Allewelt Samuel (trimmer), 

Armstrong ifc Uolgan (repairers), " 

Brain John T. (repairer), " 

*Douglass & Son (dealers), " 

Hill C. F. (dealer), 

*Venne & Morey (repairers and deal- 
ers). 

Werlz Bros, (repairers), " 

*Baughman J. W. (dealer), El Pasi 

Brown A. (wagon). " 

Kreidler Harrv (light and dealer), " 

*.McLaflferty F. S.' (dealer), 

Mueller J. (wagon), 

Ross James (repairer). 

Sturubaugh & Bryan (repairers), " 

Retntges J. B. (wagon), Elsab 

Kirkpatrick S. B. (wascon), Elvaston 

Good F. H. «& Co. (dealers), 

Muhlig W. F. (repairer), 

Rulf Adolph (wagon), Emden 

*Folts tt Son (dealers), Emington 

Nickerson H. W. (wagon), 

Walters J. (wagon), Enfield 

*Watkius W. C. (dealer), 

Davenport Wm. (wagon), Equality 

*McCaleb E. H. (dealer). 

Cross Marriam J. (repairer), Erie 

*Guthrie Joseph (dealer), 

Guthrie S. C. (dealer), 

James ifc McCall (dealers), " 

Segaf S. (repairer), " 

Allison J. W. (dealer). Essex 

Chambers William (repairer). 

Miller R. M. (dealer), 

Anthony J. M. (repairer). Eureka 

*Haecker & Schumacher (dealers), " 

/Keeler H. (light and wagon), " 

Maupin B. F. (dealer), " 

*Briennen G. (light and wagon). Evanston 

Fancher Bros. & Co. (light and wag- 
on). 

Baker Adam (wagon), Evansville 

Meyerott Henry G. (wagon), " 

Rudd (fe Clark (repairers),- Ewing College 

Scott Philip & Son (wagon also deal- 
ers), 

"Whitlock Abel (wagon), Exeter 

Burch A. H. (repairer), Fairbury 

Cheesbro Wm. (repairer). ' " 

*Cook Bros, (dealers), " 

Hobbs F. O. (dealer). 



*Mapel Bros, (dealers), 
*Walton Bros, (dealers), 
Weslervelt George (repairer), 
"Black E. S. cfe Son (wagon deal- 



Fairbury 



Fairfield 



/ 



ers). 
Bland G. M. (repairer), 
*Harvey I. I. & Co. (dealers). 

3Iarlow E. J. (wagon), " 

•Rider Bros, (dealers), " 

Sampson V. (repairer), " 

Taafe Peter (wagon), " 

Wood John (repairer), " 
*Davis & Stearns (dealers), Fairmount 

Denman W. W. (repairer), " 
Dougherty B. F. (dealer), 

/I'Simpson Isaac A. (wagon), " 

Gilmore C. V. (dealer), Fairview 
"Herder P. J. (repairer), 
■"Pfieffer John (repairer and dealer), " 

Austin R. W. (repairer). Farina 
Brown R. A. (dealer). 
Farthing J. W. (dealer), 

Glick M. A. (wagon), " 

Laswell Henry (repairer), " 

Taylor Thomas (wagon), " 

Vandeveer Joel (repairer), " 

Williams W. W. (repairer), " 
Averitt ife Sabin (dealers). Farmer City 
Rosier T. (repairer and dealer), 

*Gould John D. (repairer), " 

Jameson & Geer (dealers), " 

i('*Johnson & Son (wagon), " 

' *Lindsey Wm. & Son (dealers), " 

Peak Bros, (dealers), " 
Crane ct Whifaker (dealers), Farmington 
*Mumuey C. W. & Co. (dealers), 



ElwoodypNappin Ira (wagon), 
^ Welch J. H. (wagon). 



Faj'ette 

Fayetteville 

Ferris 
Fiatt 

t i 

Fidelity 

Fieldon 

Fisher 



Flanagan 
Flora 



Wertz F. (wagon), 

Kramer P. (w^agon), 

Rufner John J. (wagon), 

*Schraidt Fritz (wagon). 

Turner John F. (dealer), 

Smith J. H. (wagon). 

Young H. D. (wagon), 

Roemig Charles (light and wagon), 
yj^AlIen William (wagon), 

*Lateer W. J. (wagon dealer), 

Sayle & Savers (wagon dealers), 

Stansell H. J. (repairer), 

Habben J. S. (wagon), 
yj'Day Joseph (repairer), 

Dewitt & Son (repairers), 

*Durland Bros, (dealers), 

Lebus A. (repairer), 

Meadly ic Kincman (dealers), 

Shadw'ell J. F. (repairer), 

*Shinn A. E. (dealer), 

Opitz Gottlieb (wagon), 

Brock W. H. (wagon), 

Arens G. A. (wagon). 

Arens Samuel (wagon), 

*Hoyt S. A. & Co. (dealers), 
>Thayer George O. (wagon) 

Beal J. & C. (repairers), 

*Deuth, Hemphill & Co. (dealers), 

'-Kanej' John tt Co. (dealers). " 

Meyers & Byers (repairers), " 

Stover M. D. (repairer), " 

Birner F. (wagon). Fountain Bluff 



Floraville 

Florid 

Foosland 

Forest 

Forest City 
Foreston 



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ROUOH STUFF 

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-contlnited. 



Fountain Green 

Frankfort 

Frankfort Station 



Carriage and Wagon Makers 

Groh & Seibel (repaireis), 

*Tyler J. H. (wagon). 

Locke W. \{. (wagon), 

*Barlser & Son (dialers), 

*Feil & Deist (dealers), 

Klepper Philip (wagon), 

Stearns G. W. (repairer), 

Stephen E. C. (repairer), 

Werner F. K. (wagon), 

*C()ve3^ William (dealer), 

Topliff D. A. (wagon). 

Crawford William (repairer), 

Group Jacob (repairer), 

Sunday H. W. (wagon dealer), 

*Suniiay Solomon (dealer), 

*Trostle C. W. (repairer and wagon 
dealer). 

Arras John (wagon), 

Braum Phillip (wagon), 
y/Frank Charles (wagon). 

Meyer Don (repairer), 

Peterson \V. C. (dealer), 

*Barnes W. G & W. (dealers), 

*Bergman & Dormau (dealers). 

^Bloom ct Botdorf (buggies and spring 

wagons), 

*Brown. Snyder & Thomi sou (deal- 
ers), 

Chamberlain L. H. (light), 

Davis tt Ellis (repairers), 
/Grant E. (light). 

Grant James (repairer), 

Grattelo & Geunsler (repairers), 

*Henuey Buggy Co. (wholesale, 
light), 

Herold M. (light and wagon), 

Klapp John (light). 

""Kline Ja( ob (light and wagon), 

*Robinson J. L. (wholesale mfr. 
spring wagon and dealer). 

Daitler Christ (wagcn), 

Kehr August (wagon). 

Pi ice Joseph (repairer), 

Boehm L. (repairer), 

Wienker Henry (repairer), 

Funk Fred (wagon), 

Cossman P. H (repairer), 

*DeBey George (dealer), 

*Kitchen Peter (dealer). 

Morris & Lindmyer (dealers), 

McEnry Thomas (repairer), 

Smith Harvey (light), 

*Stuart V\ illiam (repairer), 
/Tracy John (repairer), 

* Wheeler C. N. (dealer), 

Altoona George (trimmer), 

>*Bench C. M. (light and heavy), 
'Bernard J. JNIrs. (dealer), 

James John (light). 
Obermiller L. (wagon), 
Spofford C. F. & Sons (dealers), 
Vincent & Rouse (dealers), 
*Avory Bros. & Brooks Co 



Fountain Bluff /Johnson J. F. (wauon). 



Hoffman Bros, (dealers). 



Galcsburg 



Franklin 
Franklin Grove 



/' 



/ 



Bennett D. W. (repairer), 
*Dow A. G. (dealer). 
Greenwood L. A. (repairer), 
HaydeuT. V. (dealer), 
Hemstrect P. P. (light), 



Remier & Sheejy (wagon), " 

S ilson F. W. (dealer), 
*Willi-imson & Schoonmaker 

(dealers), " 

Deets J. M. (light and wagon). Gait 

*Hayes E. K. (wagon), Galva 

Johnscm T. H. & E. I. (dealers). 
Mink & Webb (dealers), 
Philhower P. (light and wagon), " 

Swanson A. P. (repairer), "' 

Swanson C. J (repairer), " 

Edgecomb& Schneider (wagon). 

Garden Prairie 
Hensley A. J. (wagon). Gays 

^Patterson Allen (wagon), " 

*Place James & Son (dealers), " 

Frebufg *Gray John (dealer), Genesee 

Hegy & Kebbler (repairers), " 

Hunn L. A. (dealer), 
■"Martin & Taxis (dealers), 
Meyers A. (repairer), " 

Freeport *Mowry George G. (dealer), " 

^Peterson Jonas (repairer), " 

Roberts J. S. (repairer), " 

*Sargent D. F. & Son (road cart, 

wholesale mfrs.), " 

Weadenhoeft G. M. (wagon), " 

Kellogg H. A. (dealer), Genoa 

Tischler & Smith (wagon), " 

Tyler A. (wagon), " 

Cook T. E. tt Son (dealer road carts), 

Georgetown 
Sweeney Jos<'ph (wngon), " 

Hagen Henry (wagon), Germantown 

Koch Herman (dealei). " 

Welling John T. (dealer), 
*Ball &McClure (dealers), Gibson City 

*Collier J. H. (dealer), 
Elliott & Slater (wagon), " 

Moore J. S. (wagon), " 

*Speiicer W. D. (dealer), '' 

Vaughn J. N. (dealer), 

Cnmmings & Holmgren (wagon), Gifford 

Kuuke Ikos. (repairers;. Gilbert's 

Crittenden E. (wagon). Gillespie 

Jones G. M. & Bro (repairers), 

yivimball F. G. (repairer), 
*Schmidt G. W. (dealer), 
S'eidly & Butters (dealers), 
Yofct Gotlieb (wagon). 

Barney Frank (repairer, also dealer), Gilman 
Keller Frank (repairer). " 

Blan' hard Morris (repairer), Gilson 

Birzele Jacob (repairer), Girard 

Galena Burnett E. M. (repairer and dealer), 

Crawford Joseph (repairer), " 

Flood Phillip (dealer). 

Hederick M. L. (repairer and dealer), 

Ross W. H. (dealer), 

Weber Edw^ard (wagon), Godfrey 

Hackney W. D. (wagon). Golden 

Bush H. M. (wagon). Good Hope 

Harden. Wagner & Co. (dealers), 

Keithley Wilford (wagon), 

*Statler James (dealer), " 

*Allen & Rippley (dealers), Grafton 

Stein man Fred, (wagon), " 

Winter Goswin (wagon), Grantfork 



Fremont Center 

French Village 

Friend svi He 

Frogtown 

Fullers burg 
Fulton 



(dealers), 

Galesburg 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

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Carriage and Wagon Maker.s — continued 

Brand William (wagon), 

]ilake Joseph (wagon), 

Diemar Jacob (wagon), 

Litwelfler Charles (repairer), 

Baun William (dealer), 

Fraiszf Geo. (wagon), 
/Pope George (waffon), 

Speck C. F. (deaTer), 

Spring C. H. (dealer), 

Bassham B. U) (dealer), 

]\Ielo\v Frank (wagon). 

Rollins A. D. (dealer). 

SUughter W. J. (heavy wagon), 

Floyd George (dealer), 

*Scldup ct Sliller (wagon). 

*Seanian Jonathan (dealer), 

Travis & Son (wagon), 
/Williams William IL (wagon), 

Cruikshank John »fc Son (wagon) 

Danner Jacob (wagon), 

Ehrgot G. (wagon and dealer), 

Gibbs L. J. (.iealer), 

Knox & Hatch (dealers), 

jMcBratncy William (wagon dealer) 

Northrop S. (wagon), 

Parker James (wagon dealer). 

Perry Richard (wagon dealer), 

Yates M. (dealer), " 

Snyder S. J. (wanon), 

Washburn Charles (wagon), 

*Hoffman Augustus (w igou), 

Hoffman F. G. (repairer), 

Riiyle John T. (wagon), 

Eugelman H. E. (wagon), 

*Anderson James A. (dealer), 

Potts Thomas J. (wagon), 

Swiegelson Chas. (wagon, also dealer) 



*Rice & Heberlina: (dealers), 
*Thorp O. B. (dealer), 



Havana 



Gray's Lnke 
Grayville 



Grant Park 

Granville/Wolf H. (repairer) 
Grayinoiit Evans S. M repairer). 

Householder Bros, (wagon), 
W^igner .Jiicob (wngon), 
Hishop William (repairer), 
*r.eech D. J. (dealer). 
Mason F. E. it Co. (dealers), 
I *Duke Bros, (dealers), 
Greenfield j McNeal K. (dealer), 

I Slygh ct Powell (wagon), 
" VStever Wm. H (light), 
" Adams J. C. repairer), 

Adams John A. (wagon), 
Covington ,1. W. (repairer), 
*Brown & Stockdale, (dealers), 
Hull George A. (wagon). 
*Slagel &, Peters (repairers), 
*Hagnauer & Knoebel (dealers), 
*Hediger Henry (wagon), " 

H^diger Jacob (wacon). " 

Kuhnen & Siegrist (dealers), " 

Kuslerman J. (repairer). " 

Lew John (dealer), " 

yj' Pagan Lou'S (repairer), 
*Schwarz Stephen (wagon). " 

Urban Albert (repairer and dealer), " 

Weber Bros, (repairers and dealers). " 
*Challacombe& Ramsey (wagon deal- 

eis), Hillsborough 

Dale O. S. (wagon, also dealer in 

light). 
Grange Harness Co. (dealers). 



Greenville 



Greenwood 

Grid ley 

Griirgsville 



Hayes 

Hebron 

Hecker 

Hennepin 



Henry 



Herrick 

Hersman's 
Heyworih 



Highland 



Grove City 
Hainsville 
Half Day 



Hamburgh 

Hamel/Mt}' A. H. & Sons (light and wagon), 
Hamilton ------- 



/• 



Muhlfeldt John (waii;on) 

Tally H. C. (wagon)^ 

*Chapman & Reid (dealers) 

Ensch John P. (wagon). 

Nachand John P. (wagon), 

Hart B. F. (wagon), 

Houston Z. T. (repairer), 
/Johnson G. F. (repairer), 
y Johnson, Glass & Co. (heavy wagon 
dealers) 

Skaggs W. T. (dealer), 

Snyder & Son (repairers), 

Baldwin John (wagon), 

Slechwesser Wm. (wagon) 

*Blake J. C. (wagon), 

*Cullen John (wagon), 

*Hunt. Helm it Manly (dealers), 

^Marshall Bros, (dealers). 

Milligan William (wagon), 

O'Connor Eugene (dealer), 

Senger H. (repairer). 

Smith E. J. (repairer), 

Adams C. H. (dealer). 

^Forrester Bros, (dealers), 

Milott H. C. (repairer). 

Putting & Easley (dea'ers), 

VanSandl N. H. (wagon), 

Borgelt Bros, (wagon, also dealers) 

Dorrell L. P. (repairer), 

Holste H. (repairer), 

*Meyer John E. (dealer). 

Pipkin & Cunningham (repairers), 



Hamlet 

Hammond 

Ham|)shire 

Hnnover 

Hardin 

Harker's Corners 



Murdock C. D. (wagon), 
*Paden it Wilson (dealers), 
Taylor C. W. (waeon), 
Truesdale W. R. it Co. (dealers), 
Curry R. B. (repairei), 
Ebel Fred (repairer). 
*\Vinslow P. S. (dealer). 
Col well J. H. (wagon dealer), 
*Mudge it Co. (dealers), 
HarrisburgyRogers I. D. (repairer), 

" Stearns C C. (repairer), 

Tindall Jacob (dealer), 
*Tinkham C. J. it Son (dealers), 
I Buggert C. f repairer), 

" I Culberson W. (wagon), 

Harrison/Johnson J. E. (repairer), 
Hariisionville/Johnson Otto (repairer, also dealer) 

" ' *Tennery T. B. it Co. (dealers). 

Wolverton it Davis (dealers), 
Hicks L. T. (dealer). 
Bass John S. it Son (wagon), 
Michael F. B. (wagon), 
*Schierbecker H. (wagon), 
Struckmeier L. (wagon), 
Michael F. W. (light and wagon), 
Strang E. (wagon), 
Kennedy W. B. (wagon dealer), 
Ewell M. T. (waeon), 
Rogers Charles O. (dealer), 
*Disbrow A. M. (wagon), 
Havana^ EI ackett W. AI. (wa.gon), 
Alter Jacob (wagon), 
Disser Jonas (wagon), 
Roemelin Joseph (repairer), 
French A. A. (wagon). 



Hinckley 



Homer 



Harvard 



Ilarvel 



Homewood 
Hoopeston 



Hopedale 

Hord 

Hoyleton 



Huey 

Humboldt 
Hume 

Huntley 
It 

Huntsville 
Hurricane 

Hutton 






WIDE CARRIAGE PANELS 



MANTFACTrRED ^V 

GRAND R\PII)S VENEER WORKS, 

GRAND KAl'IDS, MICH. 



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-continued. 

Illiopolis 



/ 



Carriage and Wagon Makers- 

Burns A.. C. (wagon), 

Constant «& Grubb (dealers), 

Hesser H. H. & Co. (dealers), 

Kendall Bros, (repairers), " 

Rasar P. (repairer), " 

Heilmau George (wagon), Indianola 

Hull C. F. (repairer). 

Miller F. (wagon), " 

Sullivan & Gobel (repairers, also 

dealers). Industry 

Downey J. E. (wagon), lola 

*Heckard A. B. (repairer), Ipava 

*Kost H. C. & Co. (trimmers), 
McCune J. L. (dealer), 
McLaren J. N. (dealer), 
Orendorff H. H. & Co. (dealers), 
Dale William (dealer), Iroquois 

Pitson J. (wagon), " 

Ries V. (wagon), " 

Rarer George (wagon), Irving 

Weber A. J. (wagon and dealer), " 

DraegemillerH. (wagon), Itasca 

*Scliroeder E. C. (repairer), 
Dorfler C. (repairer), Ivanboe 

Becker A. W. (wagon and dealer), 

309 East, Jacksonville 

Broadwell Norman (dealer), 231 

South Main, " 

Button John (repairer), 209 West 

North, 
*Cole D. & B. F. (repairers and deal- 
ers), 300 West Morgan, 
Downs Joseph (repairer), " 

*Gray S. B. (dealer), 311 East State, 
/L.*Hall John W. & Son (light and 

wagon), 35 South Main, ■ " 

Hellenthal M. Mrs. (lijjhtand wagon 

and dealer), 222 North Sandy, 
*Jameson & Son (repairers), c Sandy 

and North, " 

Kcemer E. (repairei). HO West Col- 
lege, 
Lee Philip (wagon and dealer), 304 

North Sandy, 
Moslev Cupid (repairer), " 

Osterlloldt H. H. (repairer), 226 

West Morgan, 
Scott & Meany"(repairers), 237 North 

Sandy, 
Self W. C. (dealer), 236 North Main, " 
-Vogel Martin (light and dealer), 223 

North Sandy, 
Walton Reuben (repairer and dealer), 

112 North East, 
Spittler Albert (wagon), Jamestown 

Wilson J. N., Janesville 

Bell »& Chorn (dealers), Jerseyville 

Bell & Ely (dealers), 
/ Dolan P. & Son (wagon), 
^ Eaglehoff Mfg. Co. (wagon), 

*English-Eaton Hardware Co. 

(dealers), " 

Gammerdinger J. (wagon), " 

McClure R. N. (dealer), 
Mode John (wagon), " 

*Newton Robert & Son (dealers), " 

Wins Peter (wagon), Johnsburg 

Berscheid Bros, (light and wagon), Joliet 



212 



Joliet 



Crossen R.W. (wagon), 624 Vanbuerin, 



*Demart & Bennett (light), 

North Ottawa, 
Downey Bros, (repairers), 106 and 

108 Washington, 
Hershberger Bros, (wagon), 228 to 

232 North Bluff, 
Hilling & Arentz (repairers), 313 

North Bluflf, 
Hoffer Charles (wagon), North 

Bluflf. 
Hummel J. D. (repairer), 238 North 

Bluff, 
Hunter W. H. (wagon dealer), 510 

Jefferson, " 

*Joliet-Strowbridge Co. (farm wagon 

dealers), 203 Mill, 
Martens Fred (wagon), 319 North 

Bluflf, 
Matthes & Hawley (repairers). 313 

North Joliet, 
McGinnis Harry (repairer), 420 Van 

Buren, 
McParthen & Farley (repairers). 

North Joliet, 
Morrisey J. F. (dealer), 205 East 

Washington, " 

Schedler Fred (trimmer), 208 North 

Bluflf, 
Simpson B. (wagon), 309 South 

Chicago, " 

^Stephens Joseph (dealer), 207 Jeffer- 
son, " 
Strong & Co. (dealers), 115 and 117 

Joliet. 
Van Norman John (repairer), 303 

Van Buren. " 

*Wilcox Brothers (dealers), cor. Des- 

plaines and Cass, " 

Baur Joseph (wagon), Jonesboro 

Dugan & Snider (wagon), " 

Neusbaum D. (repairer), " 

Bender Louis (wagon), Joslin 

Piper John (wagon), Kampsville 

Adams Philo (wagon), Kane 

Calhoun T. P. (w^gon and dealer), " 

Yachke Henry (wagon), " 

Bachant M. F. (dealer), Kankakee 

i-Kerger Isadore (light and wagon), " 

La Porte Joseph (repairer), " 

*Lueth J. H. & Sons (light and 

wagon), " 

Moody &j Brock (dealers), " 

*Nicho]s J. D. (dealer), 
Oertlin & Klamm (light and wagon), " 
*Scl)neider Louis (light and wagon), 
Lauher William M. & Co. (dealers), Kansas 
Pinnell W. S. (dealer). 
*Ratts & Grifhth (dealers). 
Grant Joseph (repairer). 
Brewer & Son (wagon), 
*Venable J. (w^agon), 
Deiterle John (wagon), 
lioirowman G. R. (repairer), 
Whittreld W. T. (wagon), 
Nearing & Howard (dealers), 
Raimy F. M. (repairer), 
Weakley T. L. (repairer), 
Furst David (dealer), 
*Green George S. (repairer), 
Guest Wm. (wagon). 



Kappa 
Keithsburg 

Kellerville 
Kemper 

Kenney 



Kewanee 



Kew and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO, 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



RUSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY. 



For ExplaDatory Kotes, see p 95. 



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151 






Carriage and Wagon Jlakers — 

Kevvanee Wagon Co. (wagon), 

*Looinis O. H. (dealer), 

Mowitt W. R. (wagon), 

*Whiting & Martin (dealers), 

*Wiley James (repairer), 

Sitrg F. (wagon), 

Reigart William (wagon), 

Roult John W. (repairer), 

*Hill A. S. (repairer), 

Doden J. (repairer), 

Sipe R. E. (repairer), 

Alien Bros, (wagon), 

Smitli T. M. (repairer), 
^ Johnson G. W. (dealer). 
^Long Jac'>b (light and wagon) 

Reynolds & Co. (dealers), 

Gotlrick Bros, (wagon), 

Hamnierslruni & Wag(^nborg repair- 
ers), 
/Johnson A. M. (wagon), 

Parmenter & Russell (dealers), 

*Sheely J. W. (light and wagon), 

Tate T, B. & Bros, (wagon), 

*Brereton E. G. (wagon), 

Fish & Dombart (dealers). 

Seaman E. H. (dealer). 

Stock & Co. (wagon). 

Waters Frank (repairer), 

Strader C- M. (repairer), 

Martin James (WHgon), 

McGarry Walter (repairer), 

Barnes 11. H. (dealer), 

*Gill. Gennaven vfe Co. (dealers), 

Levings M E. (wagon), 

Peterson Geoige C. (wagon), 

Harbaugh (Jharles (wagon), 

Sherwood H. J. (wagon), 

Meyer J. C. (wagon). 

Clough Daniel (repairer and dealer), 

Dean Bros, (repaireis and dealers 

Igon John (repairer). 

Chaffee L. A. (wagon), 

Crinklaw & Leeth (repairer;-), 

*Hess W. H. (dealer). 

Puterbaugh W. H. (dealer), 

Yeager & Son (light and 
wagon), 

Berninger Amos (wagon), 

Beringer Isaiah (wagon), 

Bock Henry (wagon), 

*Schultz C. (dealer), 

Weinacker Charles (wagon), 

*Castendyck Bros, (dealers), 

Collins J. (repairer), 

Hoober A. (repairer, also dealer), 

McCabe & Drake (repairer.s), 

]\IcElhanie Wm. (light). 

Olmstead F. S. (light and wagon), 

Stewart J. F. (repairer), 

Bragg Fred, (wagon), 

McCon Isaac (wagon), 

Gilbert H. L. (dealer), 

Marshall Louis (repairer), 

Patterson J. L. (ilealer), 

Williams II. H. (repairer), 

Harris Wm. (repairer), 

Lehman J. H. (light and wagon) 

■"Sager Chas. H. (dealer), 

Woods Wm. I. (repairer), 



continued. 

Kewanee 



La Crosse 

Lnfayelte 

La Grange 

La Harpe 



Lake Villa 



Lamoille 



Lanark 



sprm 



Lancaster 



Lansing 



La Salle 



Lawndale 
Lawn Ridge 

Leaf River 



Lei and 



Lcmont 
Lena 



Lenzburg 

Lerna 
Le Roy 



Lewistown 



Lexington 



ITelland L. (wagon), Lee 

Bodine A. Z. (wagon), Lee Center 

Ford R. E. (dealer), 

Sanders J. (wagon), " 

Sanders William (wagon), " 

Tennant Eugene (repairer), 
Keysport Cove W. G. (liglit and wagon), 
Kickapoo Donelson D. C. (dealer), 
Kilbourn Ericks m E. & Son) (wagon), 
Kinderhook "Warner & Peiffer (dealers), 
King'b Hurd J. C. (repairer). 

Lap]) J. H. (repairer), 
Kinmundy * Nelson H. R. (dealer). 

Seller Peter (repairer), 
Kirkwood *Sherman Robert (dealer), 

Steinheimer Henry (wagon), 

Utz George (wagon), 
Knoxville Hart J. D. & ('o. (wagon dealers), 

Aylim B. F. (wagon), 

Briiidley ifc Birney (dealers), 

Chi(;k Z ( vagon), 

* Morris & Weaver (dealers), 
Ehrcidiart C. C. (dealer), 
Grillith C. V. (wagon). 

Lacon *\Veirauch & Phelps, (repairers and 
dealers). 
Crumbaker Oliver J. (repairer), 
*navis George W. (repairer), 
*HiserG. W. & Co. (dealers), 
Kirhy W. C. (n pairer), 
Magill Malcolm (repairer), 
*Mahan J. C. (dealer), 
Patton, Wilson & Son (repairers), 
Ivuntz John (wagon), 
Duseiiberry Elmer (repairer), 
Sauiuer J. E. (repairer), 
*Schanck G. H. (dealer), 

* Wright & Son (dealers), 
>ake Zurich^ Hill J. P. (wagon), 

Willey Wm. (J. (wagon), 
*Edgar ».t Chowning (dealers), 
Feuerhacher Bros, (light and heavy 

wagon), 
Gerard'Charles F. (light), 
Herman R. B. (dealer). 
Hesser James W. (trimmer), 
Knochel & Hassenstab (wagon), 
Knould J. W. & Son (dealers), 
Myers H. J. (dealer in light and 

road cart), 
*Pegram & Bro. (dealers), 
*Sheer & Schweikert (lijiht and wagon), 
Walsh & Etterlin (repairers), 
Slurgess L. C. (wagon), 
>|jong M. (wagon), 
Beindorf Bros, (wagon), 
Eagan J. F. (repairer), 
Guyton H. C (repairer), 
*Sclimith & Loescher (dealers), 
*Updyke & Cratly (dealers), 
Windels F. H. (wagon). 
Asphmd John (wagon). 
Sch(ckman Bros, (repairers), 
Walker A. B. (repairer), 
Lake II. B,. 

Colburn I) P. (repairer), 
Lebanon * Adams Charles H. Si Co. (dealers). Lock port 
Clark H. R. (dealer), 

Gaskin Henry (repairer), " 

"Hutton J. D. (wagon), 



Liberty 
Libeityville 



Lima 

Limerick 

Lincoln 



Lindenwood 

Lisle 

Litchtield 



Little Indian 
Little York 

Lively Grove 
Loami 






FREE SniPLES 
FlK.MSllED BY 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO., 

V-^ Of their WOOD FI1.I.ERS or ROUGH STUFF. 






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Carriage and Wagon Malcers — continued. 



Kettering Henry A. (wagon), 
Prindle William W. (wagon), 
Roberts Henry (wagon), 
Long Charles W. (wagon), 
*Mil!er A. B. (dealer), 
*Fisher John (wagon), 
8mith W. L. (wagon), 
ZimmerJohn (wagon), 
German & Leeds (wagon), 
Swain F. C. (wagon), 
Elick Frank (wagon). 
Barber G. E. (dealer), 
Gerke William H. (wagon), 
Harlberg H. (wagon), 
Clark Enos (wagon), 
Vickery Elias D. (dealer), 
Ott Jacob, Jr. (wagon), 
Lingow Jesse (wagon), 
Osman John (wagon), 
Boston Richard (wagon). 
Hill George J. (wagon), 
• Johnson E S. (wagon), 
Barkdoll& Davidson (dealers), 
Hathaway R. W. (repairer 

dealer), 
Gribble J. L. (dealer), 
*Lodge A. K. (wagon and dealer), 
■"Macomb Wagon Co. (wagon), 
Alexander & Edmundson (dealers), 
Baumont W. P. (dealer). 
Cook G. W. (repairer). 
Cook Henry S. (repairer), 
Kalips Daniel (repairer), 
*Mo-er \V. E. (dealer), 
Sieberman Henry (wagon), 
Abbott Ira C. (wagon). 
*Geiger & Rising (dealers). 
Pitman D. (wagon), 
Fitzgerald M. (repairer), 
PmuI L. (repairer), 
Quincy Bros, (repairers), 
*Smiley George W. (dealer), 
*IIusted & Greenw^alt, 
Wilson James M. (wagon), 
Wilson John H. (repaiier), 
Moschel Fred, (wagon), 
ytreetzjohn (wagon), 
Rolfs R (wagon). 
Smith T. IL (repairer), 
Smith Hilaire (light), 
Anderson C. J (wagon), 
"Briggs J. W. (dealer). 
Shearer G. G. (dealer), 
Simpkins Wm. (wagon), 
Stevenson Thomas (wagou), 
Daugherty J. B. (wagon), 
McNay B. J (wagon). 
Brown A. H. (wagon), 
Cadwell E. S. (deixler), 
Grennon & Hiltz (repairers), 
Hance Charles (wagon), 
*Renwick G. F. (dealer), 
Stedman D. A. (wagnu). 
Vail F. G. (dealer)." 
Hoyer H. A. (wagou), 
Pearce J. B. (wagon), 
Ewen Joseph (wagon), 
Welsch A. (wagon), 
Harrington H. J. & Son (dealers). 



Lockport 



Loda 

Lombard 

London Mills 

Long Grove 

Long Lake 

Long Point 

Loraine 

Loran 

Lostant 
Louisville 

t * 

Lowell 
Ludlow 

Lynuville 

t ( 

]VIacedonia 
Mackinaw 
and 

Macomb 



Macon 



Maroa 



Marseilles 



]\Iarshall 



Martinsville 
Martinton 

Mascoutah 



Maeystown 
Mahomet 



Malta 



Manchester 



Manhattan 

Manheim 

Manito 

Manteno 

Maple Park 

Maquon 



Marcelline 

4 « 

Marengo 



Marine 

i i 

Marion 



Maroa 



Kent E. P. &, Son (wagon), 

*Leavitt T. N. (dealer), 
i Stroud Robert (wagou), 

""Galloway & Tryon (dealers), 

Keagle E. T. (repairer), 

Rollo A. (repairer), 

Smith W. E. (repairer), 

Tryon Bros, (repairers). 

Wells & Son (wagon), 

*Wilson & Piester (dealers). 

*Archer John R. (dealer), 

*Howill & Lockard (dealers), 

Snj'der Jas. (repairer), 

Ratts R. B. (wagon), 

DeWitt P. S. (dealer), 

Pilotte Samuel (wagon). 

Decker Jacob (dealer), 

Dietz George (repairer and dealer), 

Gerhardt John (wagon), 

Graul F. & Son (repairers and 
dealers). 

Hummel William (wagon), 

Kiel Joseph (wagon), 

Liebig Chas A. (wagon), 

Mueller William (wagon and dealer), 

Scheel Max (light), 

Schuh Peter (wagon), 

Leatherman & Hale (wagon), 

Martin William (dealer). 

Palmer George E. (wagon), 

Chenoworth & Co. (dealers), 

Dorrell & Kerns (repairers), 

*Hou8worth Well (dealer), 

Stebbins James (wagon), 

*Swing Lafe (dealer), 

Clausen John (wagou), 

*Hahue William (dealer), 

*Drish J. F. (dealer). 

Gross J. Buggy Co. (cart), 

*Harmanj' O. C. (dealer), 

*Hasbrook A. (dealer). 

Horning P. A. (repairer), 

Moran William (dealer). 

*Moran & Phillips (dealers). 
J'*Voight John T. (light and wagon) 

West'on O. W. (wagon), 

Schultz Otto (wagon), 

Bishop R. (wagon), 

Hauperisch Phillip (wagon), 

Norq list & Weber (wagon), 

♦Owen E. M. & Son (dealers), 

Haise & Rigdom (repairers and deal- 
ers), 

S'one T. H. (repairer), 

*Berrldge Isaac G. & Co. (dealers), 

McLeansboro' 

Frease C. W. (wagon), 

*Miller J. H. (dealer), 

* Wright T. B. & Sou (dealers), 

Sparrow J. N. «& Son (repairers), 

Mechanicsburgh 

*Thompson & Fullenwider (dealers). 

Woodcock John R. (repairer), 

Mitchell Wm. M. (wagon), 

Thompson Wm. (wagon), 

*Heath L. S. (wagou dealer), 

*Chittenden Bros" (dealers), 

Clair Charles (wagon), 

Ned row J. D. (dealer), 

Nutt & Graham (dealers), 



Mason 



Mason City 



Mattison 

t i 

Mattoon 



Mazon 
McConnell 
McHeuiy 



McLean 



Medora 

Melvin 
Mendon 



D INGHAMTDN WAGON CO., 

% ^ EIITGHAMTOIT, N. Y., U. S. A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAGONS. 

Kew Style this Year. 



WRITE FOR CITS 

OF Ol R LEADERS 

FOR 1891. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



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carriage and Wagon Makers 

Walter Daniel (repairer), 

Boettcher Theodore (wairon), 

*Donolme ct Madden (waiion), 

*Scheidenheilini &, Sclialler (lii 

Suuday & Polil Bros, (wagon), 

Kerkboff H (wiiiion). 

Hiniz Chaik's (wagon), 

Sclimitt Joseph (repairer), 

Schroder Jacob (wagon). 

Hackenbury ^y. C. (wagon), 

Reeder J. 11. (repairer), 

Scholl John (wagon). 

Bowker ('. A. (dealer), 

Bruner O. (repairer), 

*Qnante H. & Bro. (dea'ers), 

*Sliirk H. (dealer). 

Wliitnian C. C. (wagon). 

*Dil)l)ern C. H. & Son (dealers) 

Schellnian Fred (repairer). 

Teugis Wm. F. (repairer), 

Weaver Isaac (repairei), 

Zahn Phil F. (dealer). 
/• Janiieson James (wa.u'on), 

BnclKu Charles (wagon), 

*Jont'S Bros, (dealers), 

Stiicklcr J. M. (wagon), 

*\Vhipi)leA. Brown (dealers), 

Sa'zman A. H. (wagon), 

Burgess James (dealer), 

Duncan Truman (repairer), 

J.ongshore J. H. (wagon), 

Scranton A. J. (dealer), 

Sliafer A. P. (wa,2:on), 

Glick A. J. (wagon), 

Misner F. (repairer), 

Altschuh Geo. (wagon), 

Hinton Henry Jr. (wanon), 

IMerkel & Deisel (ligiit), 

Preu^er Wm. (wagon), 

SchuUheis Henry (wagon), 

Bag by O. \V. (wagon), 

Laird A., (wagon). 

Hagerbaumer Louis (repairer), 

Miuider Fred, (wagon), 

^Villems C. (dealer). 

Christians H. A. (dealer), 

Ewen E. A. (deiler) 

Hindert J. E (dealer), 

Martin & Troxel (dealers), 

Miller S. A. (dealer). 

*Parks Bros, (dealers). 

*Pickard Bros, (wagon), 

*Siemous S. H. & Son (dealers), 

Stimjiart Jacob (repairer), 

Hauek A. (wagon), 

*Zahn John <s; Son (dealers), 

Albertson C. S. (repairer), 

Anderson C. (repairer), 

Bi-ngston L. J. (repairer), 

Knowles L. A. (repairer), 

"Moline Buggy Co., J. H. Wilson, 
prop, (light and spring wagon), 
wholesale mfrs. , 

*Moline Wagon Co. (farm and spring 
wagon), wholesale mfrs., 

Petersen N. (repairer), 

rSECHLER D. M. CARRIAGE 
^'^ CO. (.li.ght and road carl), whole- 
sale mfrs., 



continued. 

Mendon 
Mendota 



]\Ieppen 
Meredosia 

Merritt 
Metamora 



Metropolis 



Milan 



Milburn 
Mil ford 



iMilledgeville 
Millersburg> 



iMillersville 

Millington 

Millsiadt 



Stoltenberg Thos. (repairer), Moline 

*Atherton M. A. (dealer), Momeuce 

*Paradis Bros. & Co. (light and 

wagon), " 

Styles David E. (dealer), 

Bartels C. (wagon). Monee 

Binder Mrs. Frederick (wagon), " 

Conrad Henr}- (dealer), " 

Hampke John (wagon), " 

Stenger F. M. (dealer), 

*Barnum O. S. (dealer), Monmouth 

Dennis George B. (dealer), 
Leeper I. W. (repairer), " 

McDowell A. S. (repairer), " 

Moore J. B. (repairer), " 

*Pinkerton & Evans (dealers), " 

Robinson William ((repairer), " 

*Schusler Geo A. (dealer), " 

Vorwich Road Cart Co. (wholesale 

mfrs. road and speeding cart), " -- 

* Wallace E. E. & Co. (dealer), 
Westergeld James (repairer), 
Harrington Bros, (light), 
Kastel Tbomas (dealer). 
McMillin S. & Co. (dealers). 
Zercher Frank (light), 
Russell J. P. (wagon), 
Gary W. T. (dealer), 

"•^Horrie James (wagon), " 

^Johnson Peter A. (dealer), " 

Miller C. A. (dealer in light and farm 

wagon), " 

J- Miller Henry L. (light and wagon), " 

*Pattison Bros, (dealeis), " 

Brown L. C. (trimmer), Morrison 

*Durward & Ri,ggs (dealers), 



Monti cello 



Moro 
^Morris 



Milton 

Mineral 

Minier 



Minonk 



Morrisonville 



Mokena 
Moline 



Hellerstedt P. F. (light), 

NelEoij C. F. (repairer). 

Novelty Carriage Co., P. J. Gottsman 

prop, (light), 
*Davis & White (dealers), 
P'ord W. T. (repairer), 
Kluseman William, 
Miller A. W. (wagon), 
Pickens Ezra (repairer), 
*Wyckog tV: Randolph (dealers), 
*Denny W. F. (dealer), 
Voelpol tt Rassie (repairers), 
Yeules & Dodds (dealeis), 
Di.shinger John (heavy wagon), 
*Meyer G. F. & Co. (dealers), 
Rodgers Thomas (repairer). 
Scott Patrick (heavj- wagon), 
Bullman W. H. (wagon), 
Heitzman J. M. (wagon), 
Kuhn F. J. (dealer). 
Otto William (repairer), 
Schoefer William (repairer 

dealer), 
*Seitz Wm. Jr. (dealer), 
Shaw J. I. (repairer and dealer), " 

Slay ton Wm. (light). 
Sleekier John (repairer and dealer), 
*Bawden C. (wagon). Mount Carroll 

Cluck J. H. (repairer). 
Hurley Timothy (repairer), " 

*Miller J. ^V. (li^ht, wholesale mfr. 

and farm wagon), " 

O'Brien Harry (cart dealer), " 

Patterson «& Son (cart dealers), " 



Morton 



Mound City 



Mound Station 
Mount Carmel 



and 



pRICE, LEE & ADKINS CO., 

Carriage Catalogue Printers. 



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continued. 
Mount Carroll 



Mount Olive 
and 



Carriage and Wagon Makers 
Rinedollar M. (repairer), 
Sisler J. W. (repairer). " 

Smith Alfred (heavy wagon), " 

Smith J. P. (light and heavy), " 

*Squires Thomas (dealer). " 

Krowmiller & Best (wagon), Mount Erie 

*Bcvey G. C. (cart), Mount Morris 

Kouutz N. (wagon), " 

Price S. C. (dealer). 
Dopheide H. (wagon), 
Ilieroynimus William (repairer 

dealer), " 

Stiehl George J. (wagon), " 

Bender W. F. (wagon), Mount Pulaski 

*Jenner Jacob (wagon). " 

*Meyer Jacob & Bro. (dealers), " 

Schafer C. T. & Co. (dealers , 
Schafer Gotleib (repairer), " 

*Snyder & Harper (dealers), 
*Brockman W. (dealer), 
*'Hagel M. (wagon and dealer), 
*Irwin & O'Nfcil (dealers), 
Orth & Gross (repairers), 
Smith Bros, (wagon), 
Washburn R. C. (wagon and 

ers), 
*Watson Fred. P. (wagon 



Mount Sterling 



deal- 



Downey John (wagon). 
Long G. (wagon), 
Eakins Wm. M. (wagon), 
Derucher John (repairer), 
Fly C. C. (wagon), 
*Kennedy George Jr. (dealer), 
^Schneider Peter (dealer). 
Wells Wm. & Son (wagon), 
Eichaltz John S. (wagon), 
Yanda Jos. (repairer), 
Armbuster A. (wagon), 
Hildebrandt Joseph (wagon), 
"Hillegas Wm. H. (dejilers), 
*Hunt & Son (dealers). 
Miller Ferdinand (wagon), 
*Reiche Louis A. (dealer), 
Saylor F. A. (bght), 
*Stubler & Hiltenbraud (light 

wagon), 
Vance l3avid (light and wagon), 
Kellogg Orlando (wagon), 
Terry B. F. (wagon). 
Dentleman George (light), 
Ducker Henry Jr. (light), 
*Hassinger James M. (buggy), 

/Thies Henry (light), 
Lange A. (repairer), 
Ochner Josf'ph (dealer), 
'^Scanlan Chas. & Co. (dealers), 

, Tanner John (repairer), 
Bassett Newton (wagon), 
*Cadwell C. (dealer), 
Dix S. C. (wagon), 
Priestman L. (repairer), 
Degen F. W. (repairer), 
*Flacb & Co. (dealers), 
Gain Jacob (repairer), 
*Probst Isfried (dealer), 
Werner Conrad (wagon), 
Eisle John (repairer), 
Frerrer A. G. (wagon,) 



dealer) , 

Mount Vernon 

Mount Zion 

Moweaqua 

Murphysborough 



Hunt Leo (repairer), New Boston 

^Roberts H. H. (dealer), 

*Scstone John (repairer), " 

Horn William (wagon). New Bremen 

Bolin John W. (repairer). New Canton 

Hall W. J. (wagon). 

Neidermeier Christ (wagon). New Douglas 

Schallenberg Louis (wagon), " 

Schmitt & Schoenmetzier (wagon). 



New Hanover 

Newmans ville 

New Memphis 

New Mllford 

New Minden 



New Philadelphia 

New Salem 

Newton 



Murrayville 

Nachusa 

Nameoki 

Naperville 



and 



Naples 
Nashville 

Nauvoo 



Neoga 
Neponset 



New Athens 



sprmg 
New Windsor 



Maud Charles (wagon), 

Schofield Thomas (wagon), 

Reefschueider C. (wagon), 

Thompson G. (wagon), 

Lukiug William (wagon), 

Moehlman F. (wagon), 

Swayze W. C. (wagon), 

Aber Henry V. (wagon), 

Garnier Felix (dealer), 

Genter Joseph (wagon), 

Lemay G. A. (dealer), 

*Litzeman Joseph (dealer), 

Printz & Lemay (dealers), 

Pritchard D. M. (repairer). 

Reed J. W. (repairer), 

Scheline Edward (repairer), 

Smith W. B. (repairer), 

*Waltz Thomas (dealer), 

Gladman Wm. H. (light and 
wagon), 

Roseberg John A. (repairer), " 

Tonquist J. F. (wagon), " 

Baumhardt & Hauser (repairers), Niles Center 

*Busscher & Hauser (repairers), 

Hackmeister Christ (wagon), " 

Luebbers L. (wagon), 

Crawford & Murphy (repairers), 

Enyart Charles (wagon). 

Neighbours W. (wagon), 

Rhoades & Jones (repairers), 

Brenner Joseph (wagon), 

Butikofer John (wMgon), 

Collier J. J. (dealer). 

Earner J. J. (dealer). 

Goodman C. A. (wagon), 

*Spannagel G. R. & Snu, (dealer), 

Gofife W. W. (repairer). 

Lander Frank (dealer), 

Phillips Abraham (w^agon), 

Meyer Heniy (wagon), 

Wilson L S. (wagon). 

Plant Peter (wagon), 

Tortiquist S. A. (repairer), 

Iveil August (wagon), 

Rierson A. (wagon), 

*Rosiuquist A. C. (wagon), 

*Hamilton W. T. (dealer). 

Smith Robert & Son (repairers), 

Hubbard O. F. (dealer), 

Collins L H. (repairer), 

*Ashmore & Moltet (dealers), 

Harner & Gilbert (dealers), " v 

Henderson William Jr. (wagon). " 

Henderson & Son (light and w^agon), 

Ritchey H. P. (wagon), 

Thornton L. C. (dealer), 

Whauger S. P. (wagon), " 

Brant "William (wagon), Oak Lawn 

New Baden I Bourquin P. L. (wagon), Oakley 

New Berlin/Johnston Wm. S. (light and w'agon), 

* Oak Park 



Nilwood 



Niota 
Nokomis 



Normal 



North Alton 

North Aurora 

North Henderson 

North Plato 

Norway 



Nunda 

Oakdale 

Oakford 

Oak Hill 

Oakland 



ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES, PAINTED OR NATURAL WOOD FINISH. 

SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 

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155 



-continued. 

Oak Park 
Obion"- 



Oconee 
Odell 
Odin 



O'Fallon 



Oiiden 
Ohio 



Ohlman 
Okawville 



Old Ripley 

Olmstead 

Olney 



Onarga 



Carriac/e and Wa(jon. Makers 

Krause Wm. (repairer), 
Odell W. W. (repairer), 
*Wirt Bros, (dealers), 
Frazier S. (waffon), 
^ """Allen Enoch (buggy and wagon), 
Charles Benj. (repairer), 
""Charlton S. J. (dealer), 
Full J. (repairer), 
Soulon ilenry (repairer). 
Woodward A. M. & Co. (dealers), 
Behrens Aug. (wagon), 
Landwehr L. (wagon), 
Molles A. (wagon), 
No'euamacher Joseph (wagon), 
Dumroth Peter (wagon), 
Neis John H. (repairer, aloo dealer), 
Relf ]\Iatt (wagon), 
Engweiler Jacob (wagon), 
Unipleby Charles (repairer), 
Boeckling & Brendel (wagon), 
*Buckmiller C, 
Tscharner G. F. (wagon dealer) 
Neifahrt J. L. (wagon), 
Bellew Andrew (wagon), 
*Heltman P. & Co. (dealers), 
Higgins H. A. (dealer), 
*Miller H. B. (dealer). 
Moore & Nichols, (repairers), 
Ratcliff T. (repairer), 
Ridgeley & Eicben, 
*Baldwin & Son (dealers), 
*Egley George t'c Son (wagon dealers), 
/Messerly Wm. S. (light and wagon), " 
McConchie Bros, (wagon and dealers), Oneida 
"•^Metcalf Bros, (dealers), " 

Roe George W. (wagon), " 

Ragee Fred (wagon), Ontarioville 

Van Harz Fred (repairer), 
*Boden & Schell (dealers), 
Peterman & Cunningham (wagon), 
Schlotzhauer J. (wagon), " 

Schnell Leonard (wagon), " 

*Chadwick & Pollock (dealers), Orangeville 
Werkbeiser & Warrick (wagon), " 

Jones &j Anderson (light and road 

carts), 
Morris Thomas J. (wagon), 
""Ray & Brooke (dealers). 
Sheets B. F. (dealer), 
Grandiu P. A. repairer), 
Grant Daniel (dealer), " 

Ough H. (light and wagon), " 

"*Wilson J. H. (dealer), 

Emery S. D. (wagon), Orizaba 

Nelson John (repairer and also dealer), Osco 
Lasswell Samuel H. (wagon), Oskaloosa 

Hebert O. & Son (light and wagon), Oswego 
Shogar J. A. (dealer). 
Young J. A. & Son (repairers), " 

^*Gay & Son (light, road cart and 

wagon, wholesale mfrs.), 
*Haeberlin John (dealer), 
*Hill & Formhalls (wagon), 
*Jones H. W. (light and road cart 

dealer), 
Jordan & Hamilton (dealers), 
Kendall F. (dealer), 
*King & Hamilton Co. The 

wagon wholesale mfrs.). 



Otterville 

Owaneco 

Oxville 

Palatine 



Palmyra 
Pan a 



Lawless William (repairer), Ottawa 

*Porter Joseph E. (dealer), " 

"'^Reed Bros, (dealers), " 

Sipple Henry (repairer), " 

-"-Sweetser F. D. (dealer), " 

Whitney J. E. (wagon), 

White Lewis (wagon). 

Ward J. J. (wagon), 

Weaver Charles (wagon), 

Berriger Joseph (repairer), 

French Elijah (repairer), 

*Logas & Schultz (repairers), 

Torgler John (wagon;, 

*Dophide Ernst & Son (wagon), 

Hubbard F. S. (dealer), 

Maesch & Gundle (wagon), " 

MolzP. (wagon), " 

Murdaugh A. (wagon), " 

Schwartz & Molz (wagon, also deal- 
ers). 

""Schaffer J. K. (repairer and dealer), " 

Steller Val (repairer), " 

""Adams John (wagon), Panola 

Otis Joseph (wagon), Papinau 

"'^Davis, Huston & Snyder (dealers), Paris 

'■'Foley M. F. .& Son (repairers and 

dealers), " 

*Lamb John (repairer), " 

Raflftrty J. N. (dealer), 

*Suddulh & Bomgardner (repairers), " 

*Trogden Judge (dealer). 

Crisp John (wagon), 

Blankens^hip C. E. (dealer), 

Geiger Frank (wagon). 

Quale Thomas (repairer), 

Grundy Nathan (wagon), 

Cruzen R. & Co. (dealers). 

■^Dudley J. P. (dealer), 

Hopkins & Co. (wagon and dealers), 
OquawkayPapineau Peter (light and wagon), 

Roberts L. J. (wagon), 

Stewart Charles C. (light and wagon), 

Thompson W. A. (wagon), 

Long T. S. Jr. (wagon 



Oregon 



Orion 



Ottawa 



Parrish 
Patoka 



Pawnee 
Paxton 



Payson 

< < 

Pearl 
Pecatonica 



(farm 



Bucklin W. J. (dealer), 
Colburg J. P. (wagon), " 

DeLaMater W. J. (wagon and dealer), " 
Naber Frank (wagon), " 

Stockburger Fred E. (light and 

wagon), • " 

Fischer & Lohnes (repairers and deal- 
ers), Pekin 
Morganstern & Glunz (wagon), " 
*Roos Henry (dealer), " 
Schleder Jacob (light and spring 

wagon). " 

Schuttler J. L. (wagon), " 

"•*Smith T. & H. & Co. (farm wagons 

and light work), wholesale mfrs., " 
Weber & Frey (wagon and dealers), " 
Wetzel Nick (rei)airer), 108 Capital, 
^•Weyrich ifc Son (dealers), 330 Court, " 
Page's. U. (repairer), Penrose 

*Avery Planter Co. (jobbers). North 

Adams, Peoria 

Bessler Bros, (wagon), GOl No. 

Adams, " 

"'^•Bigham I). L. & Co. (light), 326 ^ _ 

South Adams, " '^ 

Bowman B. B. (dealer), " 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING 



GO. 



M'f'r« of WIIITK niul ANTIQUE 

WOOD FILLERS, 

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/ 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

*Davis, Reyburu & Co. (road carts 

and dealers light and farm 

wagons), Water, Peoria 

Duchesne & Son (wagon), 601 North 

Adams, " 

Gentes Christian (repairer), 113 to 117 

Fulton, 
Giese Daniel (repairer), 2323 South 

Adams, " 

*Hanna Wagon Co. (wagon). 2400 

North Adams, " 

Hanny Richard (light and wagon), 

814 Main. 
Harker S. H. Jr.(wagou), 1412 South 

Adams, " 

*Hearst, Dunn & Co. (jobbers), 718 

South Washington, " 

Hupe William (trucks and dealer), 

918 South Adams, 
Johnson Bros, (wagon), 1312 South 

Adams, " 

Johnson John F., 804 Main, 
Kent S. K. (wagon). 1509 Main, 
*KINGMAN& CO. (dealers), 906 

South Washington, " 

*Kirkwood, Miller"& Co. (jobbers), 

125 South Washington. 
Litllefield W. E. (dealer), 109 South 

Washington, " 

*Luthy & Co. (light, wholesale deal 

ers), 318 to 322 Water. 
*Martin & Co. (dealers). 916 South 

Washington. " 

*Mast P. P. & Co. (dealers), 108 

North Wasliiugton, 
*Moore Geo. M. & Co. (dealers), 114 

South Washington, " 

Pohler Bros, (wagon), 113 to 117 

Bridge, 
*Rouse. Hazard & Co. (<lealers), 110 

South Washington, " 

Schweinbold Adolph (wagon), 1801 

South Washington, " 

Sherb Sebastian (repairer), 2208 South 

Adams, " 

^Smith's G. W. Sons (wairon), 307 

Fulton, 
Svobo 'a Wensel (repairer), 105 

Bridge, 
Taylor C. A. (dealer), 119 South 

Washington, " 

Telfer & Woodson (wagon), 308 Mor- 
gan, " 
Wellbrook C. (repairer), 315 and 317 

Walnut, 
Winkelmeyer G. H C. (trimmer), 

2212 South Adams, 
Witherell E, H. (trimmer), 814 Main, 
Cosgrove George (wagon), Peotone 

Dewitz Jacob (wagon), " 

*Henrichs C. D. (wagon), " 

Kurtz Christ, (buggy), " 

Schlauder Peter (repairer), " 

Reed W. A. (wagon). Perry 

Renikee A. F. (wagon,, " 

Stoner Joseph (wagon), " 

Triplett & Reynolds (dealers), " 

*Castendyck Bros, (wagon dealers), Peru 

Graff L. (wagon). 



Koncellman Jacob (repairer), Peru 

*Kutter & Wassou (repairers), " 

Manning Patrick B. (wagon), " 

Schaide Jacob (repairer and dealer), " 
Weidart Philip (repairer),; " 

*Weissenburger & Mosback (dealers), " 
Werner Philip (repairer), " 

Batterman C. (wagon), Pe-sotum 

Condon T. E. (dealer), 

Bryant S. B. (buggy and wagon), Petersburg 
Bryant W. W. & Son (repairers), " 

Deerwester Samuel (wagon dealer), " 
Fisher Harry & Co. (dealers), " 

Hubbard O." F. (dealer), 
Meyer Frank (wagon), " 

*Morris & Murphy (wagon), " 

*Wingfield S. (repairer), Philo 

Leaton James G. (wagon), Piasa 

Driemeyer William (wagon), Pinckneyville 
Thorp E., 

*Price Samuel (wagon). Pine Creek 

*McKinney John & Son (dealers), Pi|)er City 
*Bates M. C. (dealer), Pittsfield 

*Harder Henry T. (wagon). 
O'Neil ct Turnbaugh (wagon), 
Weinant & Kelley (repairers), " 

Frey George H. (wation), Plainfield 

Funk J. W. (dealer)'. 
Spangler P. W. (dealer), 
Webb Robert (wagon), " 

Wraith James (wagon), " 

Hooley W. E. (wagon), Plainview 

*Henning & Ross (dealers), Piano 

Seaton L. B. (wagon), 

Wright W. (vvaeon), Plato Center 

Emert F. P. (repairer), Pleasant Hill 

Moore .James (repairer), " 

*Wiliiams N. B. (wagon dealer), " 

Abbott W. H. (wagou). Pleasant Mound 

Satlt-r E. (wagon). Pleasant Plains 

Kennedy Wm. II. & Sons (repair- 
ers), Plymouth 
Bauer Joseph (repairer), Pocahontas 
Duchene Jules (repairer), "' 
Hibold Fritz (repairer), " 
*Barkman & Sou (repairers, also 

dealers), Polo 

Fahrney & Smith Bros, (light), 
*Miller John P. (light, wholesale mfr.), " 
Renner Isaac (repairer), " 

* Wales H. Jr. (wagon dealer), " 

Waterbury A. D. (dealer), 
*Babcock H. O. (dealer), Pontiac 

Bohlander Geo. (wagon), 
*Dolde & Graeber (li.uht and wagon) " 
Fender & Hills (11 i;lu and wagon), " 

*Hobbs H. C. (de^aler). 
Keach John C. (dealer), " 

Lacey W. S. & Son (dealers), 
*Tait W. L. & Co. (dealers), 
Vickers Bros, (repairers). Poplar Grove 

*Ashdown Mark (dealer). Port Bryon 

McCall Thomas (cart dealer), 
*Rogers E. E. & Sons (dealers), 
Jameson J. E. (wagon), Potomac 

Benell A. (repairer), Prairie City 

Bevans Thomas (repairer), '' 

*McWhinney C. A. (dealer), " 

Steach G. C. (repairer), " 

Okenfuss Chas. (wagon), Prairie du Rocher 






DROP-AXLE BUGGIES, 
BANNER ROAD WAGONS, 
BANNER SPRING SURREYS. ^ = 



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157 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — contiinted. 
Gray W. C (wagon), Piemplion 

Rollimeyer & Theobald (repairers), Priston 

Priucelou 



*13arlley J. S 
Bradley S. L. 



(dealer) 
& Co. (dealers), 
Daniels O. S. (deider), 
/HelU rstedt C. A. (liylU), 
lloloonib C. A. (repairer), 
Jackson W. H. tt Co. (dealers), 
*McLean George S. (dealer), 
Moscrop John (repairei), 
*Norlon John (repairer), 
*Pierson Swan (dealer), 
*Roeslel VVm. (dealer), 
Schiflferle & Dabler (dealers), 
Stoner C. A. (dealer), 
German Jo.seph (wagon), 
Angell A. J. (wagon), 
Brigham VV. E. (wagon), 
Davis A. (wagon), 
*Green John J. (dealer), 
Sell ry or W. J. (wagon), 
*Seyler George (dealer), 
Wagner M. 11. (wagon), 
Linder John (wagon), 
Austmeyer A. (wagon), 809 Paysoa 

av, 
Beatty Bros, (light and wagon), 1134 
lianipshire, 
#*Hynes Carriage Co. (light and 
heavy), FifUi corner Jersey, 
Jansen & Triebel (farm and spring- 
wagon), 128 N lOlh. 
*Kuaplieide H. (farm wagon), 705 

and 707 State, 
Koch & Son (repairers), Broadway n 

8(ith, 
"Koenig ct Lnhrs Carriage Co. (busi- 
/ ness wairou and truck), 3^2 to 
412 S 6lh. 
*Lummis. Kiimp & Co. (dealers), 121 

and 128 S 4lli, 
"McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. 
The. J. L. Martin general agent 
(dealers). 114 and 116 S 4lh, 
Meise William (wagon), 918 S 8th, 
,?Miller E. M. & Co. (light and heavy), 

118 to 132 S 6th. 
"Pope. Lockwood & Co. (dealers), 

315 to 323 Maine. 
Keagan John (spring and farm 

wagon), Broadway n 36th, 
*Rho(le Joseph (farm wagon and 

dealer), 1224 Broadway, 
Schnier George A. (farm wagon), 

1200 Lind, 
Siebe & Sturhahn (farm wagon), 

900 State. 
*Tushaus W. H. (repairer), 339 
Broadway, 
y-Wenzel John P. (farm wagon), 906 
Maine, 
^Wenzel & Keller (dealers), 901 to 

905 Maine. 
*Yost Sol C (repairer), 
"Zimmerman «i: Heimlich (light work 

and spring wagon), 3d c Maine, 
Klujip D, J. (wagon), 
Metller Joseph (wagon), 
"Reynolds J. N. (dealer), 



Swedburgife Bros, (wagon), 

01.SOU Olf (wagon), 

*Barnes \{. H. (dealer), 

Rohberg L. (repairer), 

*Day E. R. (repairer and dealer). 

Deck & Co. (dealers). 

Gray B. F. (dealer). 
" Gieseler Fritz (wagon), 

" I Nagel Ernest (wagon), 

" I *Peterson Claus (wagon), 

" Roscow E. T. (wagon and dealer), 

*' Wahlmaii Henry (wagon), 

" Forgey A. E. (repairer), 

■" Stoeckle A. (wagon). 

" Hughey M. A. (repairer), 

" Kreps Charles M. (repairer), 

Princeville Cole H. M. (dealer), 
Prophetstown Keck Hillory (wagon), 
" Leggett James (wagon), 

Wi-ay J. F. (dealer), 

Scheldt M. (wagon). 
" Benjamin L. (repairer), 

" Constans Fred, (wagon). 

Prospect Park/Cooke Cluirles F. (light). 
Proviso Fisk R. W. (dealer). 

Pierce J. C. & Sdii (dealers), 
Quincy Rees T. C. (repairer), 

*llartman J. G. (wagon), 
" Lamb John R. (wagon). 

Freer John (wagon), 

Otfe Fred, (wagon), 

Giantz Charles repairer), 
" Trotter James (repairer), 

Martin Bros, (wagon). 
" Montague A. (repairer). 

Beam Bros, (wagon dealers), 
" /iiuss John (wagon), 

Clemens & McNaiy (dealers), 

Kessler Bros, (wagon), 
" *Stewart Charles (dealer), 

Holcomb F. H. (dealer, 



Rantoul 
Rapatee 
Raritan 

Raymond 



Red Bud 



Reed 

Renault 

Reno 

Reynolds 

Richmond 



Richton 

Richview 

Ridge Farm 



Ridgefield 

Ridgway 

Ripley 

River Grove 

Riverside 

Riverton 

Roanoke 

Roberts 

Robinson 



Rochelle 



" Simons & Bums (dealers), 

Wheeler Michael fwagou), " 

Russell J, B. (wagon), Rockbridge 

" Adair George A: Son (repairers). Rock Falls 

■EUREKA CARRIAGE CO. 
THE (road and pliajton carts and 
" road and spring laundry and de- 

livery wagons, buckboards and 
" park wagons, wholesale mfrs.) — 

(See next page), " 

Sheldon & Stone (dealers). 
Teach Bros, (repairers), 

Atchison John E. (light), Rockford 

Belknap E. G. (trimmer), 
Bruner M. L. (dealer), 
xFord Eugene (light), 
\ Compton J. H. (dealer), 
Grimmitt Thomas (repairer), " 

" Humiston O. (repairer), " 

Hutchins John (repairer), " 

" /Johnson E. Scott (wagon), " 

■ Moffat William (repairer), 

*Neumeister Anton (light), " 

" Nordin John (repairei), " 

*Palmer Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

" "Ralston, Carmicluvl & Harvey 

Radom (dealer.s), " 

Rankin i *Sames Peter (farm and spring wag- 

Rantoul on, wholesale mfr), " 



WIDE CARRIAGE PANELS 



M.XNUFACTURED BY 

GRAND IIAPIDS VENEER WORKS 

CillAXD RAI'IDS, WICII. 



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-continued. 

Rock ford 
and re- 



Carringe and Wagon Makers- 

Shimmin Edward (repairer), 

Skoglund Charles F. (light 

pairer), " 

*Warren Frank G. (dealer), 
/Weldon C. J. (light). 

Graves Bros, (repairer), Rock Island 

*Kerr W. J. (dealer), 

Kurth »fc Scherer (wagon), •' 

Murray Hugh (repairer), " 

Thiesen Paul (repairer), " 

/Wall Robt. (light wagon, also dealer), " 

* Wells Howard (wagon dealer), " 
Crawford C. M. (light and wagon), Rockton 
Darcus James (wagon), 

Ellis George (wagon and dealer), 

Mitchell Phillip (wagon), Roodhouse 

Trask G. W. & Son (dealers), 

* Worcester H. C. & Co. (dealers), 
Budd Williana W. (repairer, also 

dealer), Roscoe 

*Budd & Millott (dealers). 
Cummings & Richardson (dealers), " 

Christner William (wagon), Rosemond 

*Emans E. P. (dealer), Roseville 

*Kieig A. (dealer), " 

Linberg F. A. (repairer), " 

Malony J. B. (repairer), " 

Nordgren T. R. (repairer), " 

*Pratt»& Boyd (dealers Studebaker 

wagons), " 

*Pratt & Pratt (wagon). " 

Taft N. G. (repairer), 
^Cunningham & Hoover (dealer?). Rossville 



Rossville 



Rozetta 

Ruma 

Rushville 



Meneley J. T. (repairers), 

*Meneley & Thomas (dealer), 

Schumate & Co. (repairers), 

*Warner John (wagon), 

Horrell L. & E. D. (repairers), 

Branstool & Son (dealers), 

^Crandall B. & Son (dealers), 

^Greer M. H. (dealer), 

'Griffith Hardware Co. (wagon dealers), 

Hocking & Smith (wagon), 

Knowles J. & J. (light and wagon), 

Taylor W. H. (repairer), 

Winans S. S. (light), 

Simmons Peter (wagon), 

Belair Peter (wagon), 

*Bishop J. D. & Co. (dealers), 

Marceau Bros, (wagon), 

Perry & Ireland (dealers), 

Wheeler A. 0. (wagon), 

Poole Bros, (repairers), 

Stewart C. A. (trimmer and dealer), 

Trumbull & Winquest (repairers), " 

Weeks E. F. (repairer), 

Collison John M. (wagon), St. Francisville 

Becker Brothers (wagon dealer), St. Jacob 

Buehlmaun L. (wagon and dealer), " 

Graf Fred (wagon), " 

Maurer Henry (wagon), " 

Schafer J. D. (dealer), 

Otten L% Richter (wagon), St. Libory 

Schroder F. (wagon), " 

Schwage A. (repairer), St. Marie 

Rosen C. (wagon), St. Rose 

Young & Albert (wagon), Salem 



Rutland 

Sag Bridge 

St. Anne 



St. Augustine 
St. Charles 




Rock F^lls (ll 
■J? IT li: C E L JE B K A T E r> 

EUREKA "QUICK-TURN" WAGONS. 

A larsre Tnrlety of Bodies used on this gear. Vehicles for all purposes. 

ROAD WAGONS, ROAD CARTS, 

SPRING WAGONS, PHAETON CARTS, 

PARK WAGONS, SKELETON CARTS. 

BUCKBOARDS, TWENTY STYLES. 

LAUNDRY AND COVERED DELIVERY WAGONS. 
Z3~ Write us for exclusive Agency, nud get control of Vehicles upon tvliich there is 

NO COMPETITION. 

The Eureka Carriage Co., 

r,ock: it'^lls, ill. 

X>S.stxl.ToMtiaa.g' HovLsea at a.11 prom.irLe3a.t SDa.ip^iaa.g' Ceaaters. 



DINGHAMTON AVAGON CO., 






BINGHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



IMAKES FROMFX 

SHIPMENT, 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



ILLINOIS. 



159 



"^ 



-continued. 

Salisbury 
Sandwich 



San Jose 



Saunemin 
Savanna 

Saybrook 



Schapvilla 



Cnrriaffe and Waffon Makers- 

Miller George W. (wagon), 

Hummel J. M. (dealer), 

Kebl Bros, (wagon), 

* Walters G. (light and buckboards), 

Jacobs R. (wagon). 

Rnpp C. G. & Co. (repairers), 

*Paddock M. L. (wagon), 

*Rho(les Bros, (dealers), 

*8transky J. A. (wagon), 

Blair M. VV. (wagon), 

*IJiett & Co. (dealers), 

Hildreth C. A. & Co. (repairers and 

dealers), " 

lyicDauiel William (wagon), " 

*Moran A. (dealer), " 

y Baslian George (light and wagon), 

Scales Mound 
yMatson J. C. Qight and wagon), " 

Rettwager Bros, (repairers, also deal- 
ers). " 

Skewis B. O. (dealer), 

Riefstock A. (wagon), 

Nerge Henry (repairer), 

Armstrong O. (repairer), 

Alterbury S. (wagon). 

Smith L. B. (wagon). 

Bissert William (wagon), 

Everhart James S. (wagon), 

*McXeil Daniel (wagon), 

"Whittaker W. H. (repairer), 

Beardsly C. (wagon), 

Manning Wm. (wagon), 

*Jones D. (repairer), 

*Ivuter Bros, (dealers), 

Spengler Charles (repairer), 

Mann John (wagon"), 

Bailey C. D. (dealer), 

Burres M. (repairer). 

Callicott F. E. (dealer), 

Golden Michael (repairer), 

*Lowes A. K. Sons (dealers). 

Quick James A. (wagon), 

"Wiseheart Harrison (dealer), 

Battey Vj. E. (dealer), 

Baltey F. E. (wagon). 

Hanson Henry (wagon), 

Houghton \j. C. (dealer), 

■*B;irischt G. (trimmer), 

Hunter J. D., 
/*Johnson & Miller (dealers), 

IVIarlmiller Christian (repairer). 

Shade John B. (repairer), 

*Sturgis W. B. (dealer), 

'•'Webster Bros, (dealers), 

Cuzeck J. A. (repairer), 

*Deaner J. & Son (dealers), 
y'Ross R. (light and wagon). 

Smith »fe Torbett (repairers), 

"Wilkinson R. (dealer), 

Bunnell &, Son (repairers), 

Rogers & McClary (wagon), 

Lawrence Herman (wagon), 

Kerr Thomas J. (wagon), 

"Fisk Frank (wagon dealer), 

Gilson Geo. H. (dealer), 

Lesmeister P. H. (wagon), 

Butler W. T. (wagon), 

Hewes T. F. (repairer), 

Fincke F. T. (wagon). 



Schwartz B. (wagon), 
Maddox James (repairer), 
Watson Simeon (wagon), 
Cloidt F. V. (wagon), 
■Betz John (dealer). 



Sigel 

Sinclair 

Smithville 

SoUilt 

Somonauk 



■■*Clark, McNamara & Co. (dealers), " 

Pye Eugene (wagon), " 

Boguc Charles (dealer). South Elgin 

Wright Charles (wagon), " 

Brown W. R. (repairer), Sparta 

Burlingham & Lindsay (dealers), 
McCormack & Sons (repairers), " 

Miller C. W. (rt-pairer), 
"Probasko & ]\IcKee (dealers), " 

"Sproul Matheis (dealer), " 

Fisher William (wagon), Spring Bay 

Scherrer Casper (wagon), " 

*Braiid & Groenke (buggy and 
wagon), c 8th and Washington, 

Springfield 
*Davidson & Henley (light and 
=■ wagon and dealers), 6th c Jeffer- 
son, 



Sciota 
Scottville 

Seester 
Seneca 



Serena 

Sexson 

Shabbona 

Shannon 

Shattuc 
Shawneetown 



ri6 



417 



cor 



Schaumburg/Dunn Thomas (wagon), 9th c Wash- 
ington, 
Loeb Bros, (repairers), Miller c Rut- 

Ifdge, 
Macivey William (wagon), 
McCoy J. K. & Co. (dealers), 211, 

213 and 215 S 7th, 
*Myers & Van Du3'n (light and deal- 
ers), 318 S 6lh. 
Parkinson C. W. (repairer), 

Adams, 
Payrand Richard (repairer), 
*Prather S. E. & Co. (dealers), 

Jefferson 
Rourke F. C (repairer), S. E. 

Ninth and Wa.shiugton, 
^Shepherd J. T. (dealer), 623 and 625 

East Monroe, 
*Van Duyn G. A. Co. (dealers), 118 

North 6th, 
^Wither Bros, (light and wagon, also 

dealers), 722 Washington, 
Page Geo. W. (wagon), 
Zscheschie Aug. (repairer), 
Mason F. E. & Co. (dealers), 
McCabe Edward (repairer). 
Miller Bros, (road carts, wholesale 

mfrs.), 
Pouk J. B. (repairer), 
*Roth C. & Co. (dealers), 
Volmer Jacob J. (repairer), 
Franz Carl (wagon), 
Fritz T. R. & Co. (dealers), 
Godfrey E. E. (dealer), 
Oertels Herman (wagon), 
Wall H. W. (dealer), 
Dennis C. J. (dealer), 
Stephens C. G. (wagon), 
Wiebusch S. W. (wagon), 
Bassett E. C. (farm wagon, wholesale 

mfr.), 
Becker .Justus (light and wagon), 
*Burkholder C. (dealer), 
*Emmitt John V. (dealer), 
*Galt Frank (dealer). 
Hess William (repairer. 
One Horse Shay Co. (road carts), 



Sheffield 



Shelbyville 



Sheldon 



Sheperd 

Sheridan 

Shermerville 

Shiloh Hill 

Shipmao 

Sbumway 
Sidell 



Spring Garden 

Springhill 

Spring Valley 



Stanford 

i i 

Staunton 



Steeleville 



Sigel 



Sterling 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO. 



M'frs of WOOD FILLER AM) 
, KOtGH STUFF, CHICAGO, 






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Carriage and Wagon Makers — contiaued. 

*Presby C. H. & Co. (road carts. 

whosesale mfrs,). Sterling 

,*Rock. Falls Mfg. Co. (hearse and 
-^' undertakers' wagon), " 

*Spies Adam B. (farm wagon, whole- 
sale mfr.), " 
/Sterling Hearse and Carriage Co. 
(light, heavy and hearse, whole- 
sale mfrs.), " 

Werres John (repairer), " 

White C. E. (repairer). 

*WOODARD & HEY (road carts. 

wholesale mfrs.) — (See p 56). " 

*Mautz & Deddea (dealers), Stewardson 

* Walker & Wilkinson (^dealers), 

Horsch William (wagon), Stockton ^'^ 

Meter John (wagon), 

Kartman F. (wagon), Stone Church 

Toppis J. W. (wagon). Stone Fort 

_ Boyle & Ritfecher (light and wagon). 



Teutopolis 

Thackeray 

Thawville 

Thebes 

Thompsonville 

Thomson 

Thornton 



Stonington 

Tendler Louis W. (wagon), Strasburg 

Steers A. W. (wagon), Strawn 

Alliance Mfg. Co. (wagon), Streator 

/Corbin A. S. (wagon), " 

Corle Lewis (dealei), " 

/Greener Sebastian (light and wagon), " 
Harvey E. L. (repairer), " 

""I wan Bros, (wagon), " 

Swain D. C. (wagon), " 

Johnson J. Jl. (wagon), Stronghurst 

Archer & Craig (dealers), Sullivan 

Bury IL W. (repairer), " 

Craig Bros, (repairers), " ^ 

*Cunuiiings J. M. (wagon), " 

Hoke F. P. & AV. (repairers), 
Jenkins A. T. (dealer), " 

Seaney William (repairer), " 

Bauchenz Philip (wagon, also dealer), 

Summerfield 
Haurey Henry (dealer), 
Reinhardt John (repairer), " 

ytMcCarty John B. (light and wagon) 



Kleisner John (repairer), 

Rankin A. W. (repairer) 

Ozment John (wagm), 

Schatz U. G. (wagon) 

Waller C. L. (wagon), 

Gleason Gil R. (dealer), 

Paulsen John (wagon and dealer), 

Pietz John (wagon), 

Waldeck Philip, 

Neill John (wagon). 

Main Geo. (repairer), 

Mirglc Chris, (repairer), 

Bryant & Jack (wagon), 

Crocker S. D. (wagon), 

^Harris E. H. (dealer). 

Jack John (wagon), 

'Clark V. B. " & Son (light and 

wagon dealers). 
Elder & Brustol (dealers), 
Stephens Henry (wagon), 
Brownfield Geo. (dealer), 
*Cook John (dealer). 
Padgett J. A. (repairer). 
Pierce James & Son (light), 
*Skinner & Grimes dealers). 
Van Aslen & Smith (dealers). 
Gay Wm. K. (repaiier), 
"Kaiser Louis A. (wagon and dealer). 
Mason F. E. & Co. (dealers), 
Morris J. E. (dealer), 
Ruhl J. F. (repairer), 
Bradley H . C. (wagon), 
*Davis & Fell (dealers), 
Hoadley R. (light and wagon), 
^Lawrence G. S. (light), 
^L-ilimHU Carl (light and wagon), 
Pierce Bros, (deaters), ' 

*Slocum John A. (repairer). 
Wells, White & Co. (light and wagon, 

also dealers), " 

StumpfFred. (wagon). Tower 



Tilden 

Time 

Tioga 

Tiskilwa 



Toledo 



Tolono 



Tonica 



Topeka 
Toulon 



Hill 



Comingore D. B. (wagon), 

Bowman L. J. (dealer), 

Morgan G. W. (repairer), 

*Petty William (dealer), 

Smith D. C. (repairer, also dealer), 

Westall D. A. Sou (repairer), 

Jaderberg Swen (wagoii), 

Price Thomas (wagon), 

*Bollinger V. (wagon), 

"'•'Haight Bros, (dealers), 

Kefer W. (repairer), 

*Loptien Claus (light and wagon), 

*Ricliards N. S. (repairer), 

*Whittemore & Brower (dealers), 

Randall N., L. (wagon). 

■"Smith Alf & Bros, (dealers). 

Teach J. A. (repairer), 

*Wylie T. M. (dealer). 

Baughman Sherman E. (wagon). 

Cook Fred, (repairer), 

*Lienhardt George (light and wagon), 

*Sattley Bros, (dealers), 

*White C. (dealer), 

Jenkins L. B. (wagon). Terra 

*Meyers & Peasley (wagon), 



Summer Hill 

Summum 

Sumner 



Swedona 

Sweet Water 

Sycamore 



Tallula 
Tampico 

Taylorville 



Haute 



Koehler Gottlieb (repairer), Tremont 

Hoffman Philip (wagon), " 

Love Joseph (wagon), " 

March John (repairer), " 

*Tisserat Juhn C. (wagon dealer), " 
*Velde J. (dealer), 

Ebert Henry (wagon), Trenton 

Hanimel & Louden (<iealers) " 

Kurtz Ferdinand (lighl), " 

Neufarth Louis (repairer), " 
Hodgson Amos A. (light and wagon), Trivoli 

Bell T. H. (wagon), Troy 

"■•'Burk Eli (wagon), " 

Gebauer John C. (dealer), " 

Gerfen Fred (wagon and dealer), ■ " 
Welte F. J. (wagon), 

Deutsch Jacob (wagon), Troy Grove 

Elsenius S. A. (wagon). Turner 

Fowler William (repairer), Tuscola 

*Knox J. J. (dealer). " 

Lester J. D. (dealer), " 
Morris C. T. (dealer), 

Wilson John R. (repairer), " 

Hewitt D. A. (wag(m). Union 

Smith A. G. (wagon). Union Hill 
^IcReynolds Bros (wagon). Upper Alton 
Warnack S. N. (repairer), 
*Bowers, Clements & Beatty (dealers), Urbana 
Call George W. (dealer). 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price AFTERWARD. 

Binghamton Wagon Go., Binghamton, H. Y. 



For Explanatory Notesi, sec p 0'. 



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161 



mi 



Oirriaye and Wac/on Makerfi — continued. 

*Ford. TboniHs it Saffell (dealers), Urbana 

Perrin C. C. (wa^oii dealer), Utica 

*Gloede Cluisiii'u Mrs. (wagou), Vaiida ia 

*Guy & Evans (dealers), 

Miller H. R. (dealer), 

*'Morey Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Perry Peur (repairer). 

Smohl Henry (lepairer). " 

■•^Sonweniaiiii C. A & Son (dealers), " 

Brant S. B. (wag<n), Varna 

Kreider Geo. W. (dealer), 

Ker.^ick Aiitr. ^wagon), Venedy 

Peppe it Haliliorn (waeon), Venice 

P;irkins .John (lepMirer). Ver<:ennes 

Jordan J. G. L. (wagon), VerinilUdii 

Ainrine C. (dealer). Vermont 

Clark & Mclllieney (dealers), 

*Derry it Son (dealers), " 

Sexton it l\oyal (light), 

Small Nathan (repairer), Verona 

Goskeil Edward (wagon), Versailles 

McCoy F. iM. (wagon), 

*Heische .1. H. (wagon dealer), 

^Rowland Bros, (wagou dealers), " 

Lornborga Cass (dealer). Victoria 

Nelson Geo. M. (wagon), " 

Vanliuren Gc' rge (wagon), " 

Brown R. B. (wagon). Vienna 

Allen it Grjiy (repairers), Virden 

Campbell James (trimmer), " 

Clayton Bros, (dealers), " 

*Cox it Ball (lepairtrs), 

Esterkov Cliiisliau (repairer), " 

Hegaus Lafayette (repairer), " 

*Hess it Huston (dealers), " 

Hill H. Sr. (repairer), 

*VVi!cox it Hopkins (dealers), " 

Bishop \W . \V. (dealer), Virginia 

Davidson George (repairer), 

*Epltr A. G. (dealer), 

3IaskerL. (wagon). " 

Robinson A. (repairer), " 

*Savage C. AV. (dealer), 

Simmons L. R. (repairer), 

j\Ioore Thomas (wagon), 

McElwain C. W. (repairer, also 

dealer), 
Thj'fault Peter (wagon), 
Mason Joseph (wagou). 
Long it O'Neil (dealers), 
Meltzer VV". D. (dealer), 
O'Neal John (repairer), " 

Wolf Truman (dealer). 

Low N. C. (repairer). Walnut Prairie 

Hensen & Dickey (repairers), Walpole 

Towell William, Walsliville 

Dean D. H. (repairer), Warren 

/Graham J. L. (light, also dealer), " 

Spoffard C. F. (dealer), 

McWilliams James (wagon), Warrensburg 
Ressegine George F. (repairer), Warrenville 



Volo 

Waklron 

Wallace 
Walnut 



*Cress Bros, it Co. (wagon), Warsaw 

""Eckbohm, Dross & Co. (dealers), ' 

Goddertz Matthew (dealer), ' 

Gresicker C. & Son (repairers), " 

Schaefer & Hampton (repairers), " 

Wallace & Paar (wagon), " 

Davidson ct DeMoss (wagon), Washburn 

Immel John (repairer), " 



Stephens V. S. (ripaiier), Washburn 
Bratt Benj. (wagon), Washington 
Downing T. (repairer), " 
Long Mfg. Co. (road carts and skele- 
ton buggies), " 
.McC'lugage Robert (repairer), " 
Tobias John C. (li.ght and wagon), " 
-Tobias L. it Son (dealers). 
Casey J. W. (dealer). Washington Heights 
Horn J. (heavy wagon), " 
*Kruser F. (wagon), " 
Pedersen C. M. (repairer), " 
Churchill it Lawson (repairers), Wataga 
Hegstrom John F. (wagon), " 
Gleiber Kasper (wagon), Waterloo 
Johannipg H. (dealer), 
■■•Kemper Henry (wagon), " 
Mueller L. (dealer), 
O'Neil Oscar (dealer), 
*Pluih J. (dealer). 

Schlingmann Wm. (wagon), " 

SennoU .1. S. ( ealer), " 

Wagner August (dealer), " 
Zimmer P. H. (dealer). 

J iefbeit Bros, (dealers). Waterman 

Place Geo. L (wagon), " 

*Fox W. H. (ligliT and wagon), Watseka 
Giimilan it Son (dealers). 

Smith J. L. (repairer), " 

Fleming 1. A. (wagon), Watfon 

Blank James (waiion), Wauconda 
Hil! R. C. (dealer). 

Marl)le Wm. repairer), " 
Slocum T. V. (dealer). 

Werden K. V. (repairer). " 
Boiler it Haise (lijiht and wagon), Waukegan 
*Cornish J. G. (dealer), 

Crabtiee L. (repairer), " 
*Dady J. R. (light and lumber 

wagon). " 

Dietmeyer F. J. (wagon), " 

*Haisley John (dealer), Waverly 

Narr H. (wagon), " 

Roman}' C. (wagon), " 

Slice Charles (dealer), " 

Wilcox ct Hopkins (dealers), " 

"Arndt John (repairer). Wayne 

Gaddis J. & Sons (dealers), Wayne City 

Evans J. jM. (wagon), Waynesville 

Hieseman C. F. (dealer), " 

Hill J. W. (bugffy and wagon), " 
Taylor C. D. & Bros, (repairers), Webb's Hill 

Hall George A. (wagon), Wellington 

Fosbender C. (dealer), Wenona 
Huwald W. (wagou). 

Monk Jules (wagon), " 
Gruss John (wagon). West Brooklyn 

Reihnol G. (wagon), Westfield 
Weems J. T. (repairer), West Liberty 

Stevens H. C. (wagon). West Point 

Pixley &, Sons (wagon). West Salem 
Voigt Wm. (wacon), 

*Holt H. it E. H. (dealers), Wheaton 

• Johnson Wm. H. (wagon), " 

Kelly & Plumer (dealers), " 

Mau & Ott (wagon), " 

I McDonald D. (wagon), " 

"Mickles August (repairer), " 

Stevens Abram (dealer), " 
■^^Sutclifte J. (dealer). 



St 



CARRIAGE "I — ) 

ATALOGUES JL 



RINTED BY THE 

RICE, LEE & ADKINS CO. 






For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 
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162 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued . 
Watsou Casper W. (repairer), Wlieaton 



Wheeler , 



Co. (re- 



also 
White Hall 



Williamsville 



Wilton Center 
Winchester 



Hayes John (repairer), 

Weatherholt B. F. & 
pairers), 

Fisher Lewis .J. (wagon), 

Schminke J. A. (dealer), 

*McCanu Thomas (repairer 
dealer), 

Morgan W. L. (wagon), 

Stocks Zeno (dealer), 

■'^Winn G. W. (repairer), 

Haines Uriah (wagon), 

JVIountz J. P. (wagon), " 

*Kiinz Frank (repairer), Wilmette 

^Atkinson John (light and wagon), 
' Wilmington 

Engals N. (wagm), " 

Mcintosh William (wagon), " 

Moore W- (repairer), " 

Munroe Tiiomas (repairer, also dealer), " 

*Stewart J. B. (wMgon and dealer), " 

Boynton G. W. (wagon), 

Clark & Jones (wagon), 

■"Dolau i&Lieb (dealers). 

Doyle ife Collins (dealers), 

Hazelrigg Geo. A. (wagon), 

Markillie J. II. (repairer), 

Mosher & English (repairers), 

^Milhouse & Levis (dealers). 

Waters Wm. (wagon). 

Watt E. E. (dealer), 

Garvin & LaForge (dealers), 

Moberly J. & B. (dealers), 

*Tull J. W. & Son (dealers), 

Wallace T. C. (repairer), 

Corl Joseph (repairer), 

Johns Isaac (wagon), 

*Busscher J. (wagon). 

Wood li. H (repairer), 

*Anderson Bros, (.dealers), 

Curry S. I. (dealer), 

Aurich Chas. (wagon), 

Reichel Robert (wagon), 

*Sides William (repairer), 

*Austin Wm. B. (dealer). 

Bird E. R. (trimmer), 

*Dacey T. J. (dealer). 

Donovan J. D. (dealer). 

Dryer Alvis (trimmer), 

Ellsworth B. F. (repairer), 

Tong & Sherman (repairers), 

Hartman Fred, (wagon), 

Hathaway S. E. (wagon), 

Merz Samuel (wagon), 

*Picker H. C. (dealer), 
/'RustC. (wagon), 

Gramer M. (wagon), 

Cross & Stevenson (dealers), 

*McCorkle C. P. (dealer), 

*Patterson Bros, (dealers), 

Robinson & Bloomer (wagon), 

Sullivan Patrick (dealer), 

Townsend W. J. (dealer), 

Fox M. M. (dealer), 

Modlin R. (wagon), 

Nicholson M. C. (wagon), 

Peirce T. O. (dealer), 

Pickering A. (wagon and dealer), 
/Odell S. D. (wagon), 



Crouse J. J. (wagon) 
Bradbury J. L. (dealer), 
Clark George (wagon), 
' Piitchard Reese H. (dealer). 
Wheeling *Willett R. W. (dealer), 
" Shoop David (wagon), 



Yellow Creek 
York 



Y^'orkville 
Youngstown 



Winchester 



Windsor 



Winnebago 



Winnetka 

Woodburn 

Woodhull 

Woodland 
Woodlawn 

Woodstock 



Woodworth 

Woosuug 

Worden 

Worth 

Wyanet 

Wyoming 



Xenia 



Yale 



Carriage and Wagon Dealers, 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Anfi-Rattler 3Ifrs. 

BOSTON RUBBER CO. E. B. 

Burley agent (rubber) — (See adv 

Mass. dept.), 116 LaSalle, Chicago 

f Anvils and Vises. 

*ILL. IRON AND BOLT CO.- 

(See p 5(i), Carpentersville 

Aocle 3I/rs, 

"KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

Michigan av and Lake, Chicago 

Lever Spiral Spring Co. The (spiral 

groove and collar), 375 Wabash, " 

*National Tubular Axle Co., S. D. 
Kimbark, Gen'l Agent, Michi- 
gan av and Lake, " 

Axle Washer Mfrs. 

^CHICAGO RAWHIDE MFG. 

CO. THE (rawhide)— (See p 56), 
75 and 77 Ohio, Chicago 

*Sovereign C. E., Rockford 

j: Belting. 

^CHICAGO RAWHIDE MFG. 

CO THE (lace leather)— (See p 

56), 75 and 77 Ohio, Chicago 

\Blacksniiths* Belloivs Mfr, 

(See also Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 
*SCOTT GEO. M.,— Johnson c 22d, Chicago 

\ Blacksmith Gorges and Sup- 
plies, 

*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

Michigan av and Lake, Chicago 

Blacksmiths^ 3Iachinery and 
Tool 3Ifrs, 

, (See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Blower 3ffrs, 

(See Machinery and Tool Mfrs) 

Body Mfrs, 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Burr Bradley, 81 and 83 North Ash- 
land av, Chicago 

*Chicago Carriage Woodwork Co., 
247 and 249 Wells, 

*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

Michigan av and Lake, " 

*PARKHURST & WILKINSON 

—(See p 165). 148 to 164 Kinzie, 

*KOENIG & BIXLER MFG. CO. 

—(See p 56), Freeport 



^ 



New and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO, 

BIXGHAMTON, N. Y. 



RUSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



ILLINOIS. 



163 



^m 



\ Boiler In sti ranee. 

*HARTFORD STEAM BOILER 
INSPECTION AND INSUR- 
ANCE CO.— («ee P 54), Office • 
112 Quincy, Chicago 

Bolt and Nut 3£frs. 

(See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Boiv 3Tfrs. 

(See Woodwork Mfm.) 

Brake Mfrs. 

{See Wagon Brake Mfrx., also Uardicare Mfrs.) 

\Brushes. 

^CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING 

CO. — (St!e foot lines), 259 and 
2(51 Elston av. Chicago 

*HEATH & MILLIGAN MFG. 

CO. (jolibcrs)— (^t'e !> 55), 170 

172 and 174 Handol|)h, Chicago 

Cloths and Linhif/s {Mfrs.and 

W/iolesale Uealei's.) 
*BOSTON RUBBER CO., E. R. 

Bniley jm't-nt (rubber clotii) — 

(See adv Mass. dcpt.). HHLaSalle, Chicago 

^CARPENTER GEO. B & CO. 

(cotton duck)— See below), 203 to 

208 South Water, 
*Cook E. C. & Bro. (cotton duck), 

32 to 42 Dearborn, 
*Kelley, Maus & Co., 184 to 190 Lake, " 
*KIMBARK S. D.-(Seep 55),Michi- 

gau av and Lake, " 

*Roberts Bros, (cotton duck), 71 and 

73 Market. 

Coach Color 3Ifrs. 

{See also VarnisJi Mfrs.) 

Adams Paint and Oil Co., 278 and 

280 East Madison, Chicago 



*Alston Mfg. Co. The, 212 Randolph, Chicago 
*Aquilla Rich Paint and Color Co. 

The. 257 Dearborn, 
'*BradW & Vrooman, 247 South 

Wa'ter, 
*CARY-OGDEN CO. THE-(See 

below), 27<i to 284 West 18th c 

^CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING 

CO.— (See foot lines), 259 and 261 
Elston av, " 

*Coffin. Devoe & Co., 176 Randolph, " 
*Coit & Co. , 33 West Washington, 
*Currey Mfg. Co., 211 and 213 South 
Clinton, 

*HEATH & MILLIGAN MFG. 

CO —(See p 55), 170 to 174 Ran- 
dolph. 

«Johns H. W. Mfg. Co., 240 and 242 
Randolph, 

*MASURY J. W. & SON-(See 
contents), 190, 191 and 192 Michi- 
gan av, " 

*Raynolds C. T. & Co.. 21 Lake. 

*Senour Mfg. Co., 2516 to 2522 

*S H E R W I N-WILLIAMS CO. 

THE— (See adv Ohio depl), 241 

Jackson, " 

Torld L. 1, 214 and 216 South Clinton, " 
^Valentine 6c Co.. 262 Wabash av, 
*Wadsworth. Howland Co., 127 and 

131 West Harrison, 
*Quincy Paint and Color Co., 2d and 

Vine, 

^Cotton Duck. 

(See also Cloths and Linings.) 

^CARPENTER GEORGE B. & 

CO. — (all wid'hsand weights), 
(See below), 202 to 208 South 
Water. 
*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 
iMicliiuan av and Lake, 



Quincy 



Chicago 



THE GARY OGDEN CO., 

C M I <J A OO, 

MANUK.iCTURERS OF HIGHEST (IKAl)E COACH COLORS, 




Celebrfated as Best Evfr IVItade. 



GEO. B. CARPENTER & CO., 

COTTON DUCK, 

All ■Widths and. "Weighits. 

TENTS, HORSE ^ WAGON COVERS, 
202 to 208 South Water Street, Chicago. 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO.'S WOOD 

v^ FOR "NATURAL" AND "ANTIQUE" FINISH. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 






164 



ILLINOIS. 



Curled Hair Jl/'rs. 

*Baeder, Adatnson & Co., 182 Lake, Chic ^o 
*Glover & Willcomb. 350 and 352 

Wabash av, 
Wilkens William & Co., 116 and 118 

Franklin, 

t Cushio n Mfi s. 

(See also Top and Cvshion Mfrs) 

•CHICAGO TOP & CUSHION 

CO— (iSwi''"^"')- l»8and 19U Ohio, Chicat:-- 
•■KIMBARK S. D.-(«te p 55), 

MichiL^an av and Lake, " 

*CUMMINGS & EMERSON (,pb- 
bei-s)— (See p 56), 416 South 
Washington, Peoria 

JDoor Handle Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs., also Trimmings Mfrs.) 

IJrill Press 3Ifrs. 

(See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

} Drop Forf/ruf/s and Dies, 

•^CHICAGO DROP FORGE AND 

FOUNDRY CO. -(See p 55), Chicago 

Drop Press Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

\Drop Reach Fifth Wheel 
Mfrs, 

{See also'Fifth Wheel Mfrs. and Hardware 
Mfrs.) 

^^CHICAGO DROP FORGE AND 

FOUNDRY CO.-(See p 55), Chicago 

\Flevator Mfrs, 

*Mit(hell C. H. & Co., 363 S. Clin- 
ton , Chicago 

*Reedy J. W. Elevator Mfg. Co. 

The, 83 to 91 Illinois, , " 

\Em e r y and Com n d u tn 
Wheels and 3Iachine Mfrs, 

*KIMBARK S. D. (general agent 
for tlie "Tanite Co.")— (Seep 55), 
Michigan av and Lake, Chicago 

End Gate Catch Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Fifth Wheel Mfrs. 

{See also Hardware Mfrs.) 

^American Fifth Wheel Co., 115 

Dearborn , Chicago 

Lever Spiral Spring Co. The, 375 

Wabash av, " 



\FilUr Mfrs. 

CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING 

CO.— (See foot lines), •Zb'd and 261 
Elstonav, Chicago 

Foot Power Hannner Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Foryes. 

{See Machinery and Toul Mfrs.) 

Forging Machine Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Forcings. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Fringe Mfrs. 

(See Trimming Mfrs.) 

Gear 3Ifrs. 

(See also Woodwork Mfr.) 

*Chicagu Carriage Woodwork Co. 

247 and 249 Wells, Chicago 

*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

Micliiiiaii av and Lake. " 

*PARKHURST & WILKINSON 

— (See p 165), 148 to 1(54 Kiuzie, " 
Weddle & Co., 5l S .hflfiTsoii 

*KOENIG & BIXLER MFG. CO. 

— (See p 56). Freeport 

Glass Dendei's and Bevelers. 

*SCOTT JOHN--(See below), 411 

Dearborn aiitl 134 Third av, Chicago 

Smith M. A., Exchange bdg. 

Gine Mfrs. 

"Armour Glue Works, 205 La- 

Salle, Chicago 

*Baeder, Adanison & Co., 182 Lake, 

Barrett M. L. (fish glue), 238 to 240 
Randolph, 

*King D. Webster Glue Co., 52 and 
54 Wabash av, 

Mainnier {Poiver) Mfrs, 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Hardware Mfrs. 

ILL. IRON AND BOLT CO. 

(skeii s, blacksmiths' tools and 

jack screws) — (See p 56), Carpentersville 
*American Fifth Wheel Co. (tifth 

wheels), 115 Dearborn, Chicago 

*Boston Button Co. (tufting buttons 

and lining nails), 161 Franklin, " 

JOHH SCOTT'S 

I SEIT CLASS WOEES, 

411 Deaiijorii St. aiii 134 Tliird Av., 

CHICAGO. 




B 



INGHAMTOW WAGON CO., 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAGONS. 

New Style this Year. 



WKITK FOR CUTS 

OF OFR LEADERS 

FOR 1S91. 



^\y 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



ILLINOIS. 



165 



"^ 



Hardware Mfrs. — continued. 

^CHICAGO DROP FORGE AND 

FOUNDRY CO. uii-op for- 

inffs)— (JSee p ")")). Chicago 

^CHICAGO STEEL WORKS 

(T steel for road carts)— See adv 

Mieliiiran dept). 806 Noble, 
"FIELD A. & SONS (mfrs. lining 

nails and tufting buttons) — (See 

adv Mass. depl.). 142 Lake. 
*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55). 

Michigan av and Lake. " 

Root M. V. (thill coupling), 375 

Wnbiish av. 

^TURNER BRASS WORKS 

THE i shaft tips, door handles, 

etc.) — (See below). 4 La Salle av, " 
*Upson Nut Co. The (nuts, washers 

and bolts). 232 Lake, 
*Pitcher L. D. (wagon bolster 

springs). 
Brown's Patent Body Loop Co. 

(carriage attachments), (branch 

office 4d9 and 441 West Van 

Buren, Chicago), 
*Rockford Bolt Works (bolts), 
^Sovereign C. E. (seat fasteners and 

end gate catch), " 

*White (ji-eorge (wagon brake and 

lock). Rock Island 



Dixon 



Polo 
Rockford 



Alton 
Aurora 



Havdivare and Supply I>€cd 

6t'S 

*Drur3-, Wead Co. The, 
Esser N. C, 
*Frazier W. S. & Co., 

Morris & Smith, 

Tanner W. A. & Son, 
*RiceF. B., 
Simpson F. M., 
*Glaser & Hartraan, 
*Hucke A. C, 
"Kircher & Son, 
Harwood D. B. (jobber), c jVIadison 

and Jefferson, 
Knipple & Fisher, Buda 

"Woodward Iron and Hardware Co., Cairo 
*Ballz Bros. & Co., Carrollton 

Morrow J. P. & Co.. 
*Caruthers J. P. & Co., 136 and 138 

E Kinzie, Chicago 



Belleville 



Bloomington 



Patrol Wagon 
Brass Work. 



Fhe Turner Brass Works 
4 l a5alle ave 

CHICAGO. 




Carriage and 
Cab Mounting*^. 



*Coffin, Devoe & Co (brushes, etc.), 




176 Randolph, 


Chicago 


*Currey Mfg. Co. (brushes, etc.), 211 




and 213 South Clinton, 


( \ 


••Foster G. H. »k Co. (silk and linen 




thread), 147 and 149 Fifth av, 


t i 


*Gerts, Lumbard it Co. (brushes), 




204 and 206 Randolph, 


1 1 


*Greenbaum's Michael Sons (jobbers) 




9 and 11 North Canal, 


I t 


^Kelley, Maus & Co. (jobbers), 184 




t.i 190 Lake. 


li 


KIMBARK S. D. (jobber)-See p 




■")•")). 31icliiir;ui av and Lake, 


I t 


■LEESON J. R. & CO. (linen thread 




importers)— (See adv Mass. dept.), 




240 Franklin, 


i ( 


PARKHURST & WILKINSON 




(jobbers)— (See below), 14« to 104 




Kinzie, 




*Raynolds C. T. & Co. (brush job 




bers), 21 Lake, 


a 


Scribner S. S. & Co. (jobbers), 235 




Lake, 


i I 


*Wadsworth-Howland Co. (bru.shes, 




et' ), 263 and 265 Wabash av. 


( i 


*Giddings & Patterson, 


Danville 


*Yeomans, Shedd & Leseure. 


1 i 


*Morehouse, Wells & Co. 134 East 




Main, 


Decatur 


*Barclav D. F. , 


Elgin 


*Metcalf & Reed, 


** 


Weir ct Brav, 


Elizabeth 


*Bartlett Hardware Co. (jobbers). 


Freeport 


*Sibley William E. (jobber), 


' * 


*BuellH. K., Jacksonville 


*Wadsworth & Mathesou, 


I i 


*Meers Robert, 205 Jefferson, 


Joliet 


Strong & Co., 115 Jefferson, 


t » 


*Babst L., Kankakee 


Pratt N. B.. 


i ( 


* Wells Bros., 


Macomb 


*Galloway & Tryon, 


Marseilles 


I'lester & Wilson, 


* * 


* Heath L. S.. 


Melvin 


* Wallace E. E. ct Co., Monmouth 


^Waltz Tho., 


Newton 


Albright A. A., 


( ( 


"Odin Hardware «felmp. Co., 


Odin 


*Haeberlin John, 


Ottawa 


Jnrdoii it ITamilton, 


t ( 



PARKHURST & WILKINSON, 

148 to 1(U KlNZIi: STREET, CHK AGO, ILL. 

Carry in Store EVERY ARTICLE used in the Construction of a Carriage, Coach, 

Wagon, Sleigh or Hearse. 

The Only Hous9 in the United States that does it. 



^ 



WIDE CARRIAGE PANELS 



MAXUFACTURED EV 

GRAND Rapids veneer works, 

GRAND RAI'ID.^, MICH. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



3t 



166 



ILLINOIS. 



Hardware and Supply Dealers — continued. 



Ottawa 



Paxton 
Pekin 

Peoria 



Peru 
Quincy 



Kendall F.. 
*Sweetzer F. D., 
Hopkins & Co., 
*Velde, Roelfs & Co. (jobbers), 
*Blair, Chuse & Co. (cloths, etc.), 
X ^Vashiugton, 

*CUMMINGS & EMMERSON 

(jobbers)— (See p 56), 416 and 

418 South Washington 
Wilmeroth & Frost, 
Eberhardt Chas. C, 
^Fischer Iron &, Steel Co. The, 

*WEYBURN L. A. COMPANY 

—(See p \T2), Rockford 

*Stewart &. Montgomery, Rock Island 

* Wells Howard, 

*Hudson James L.. Springfield 

Zumbrook Louis H., 409 Monroe, 

"Morey Hardware Co. , Vandalia 

Hardwood Liunher, 

*Appleby R. B., 400 Lumber, Chicago 

Carter T. D., 539 Carroll av, 
*Caruthers J. P. & Co., 136 and 138 

E. Kinzie, 
*Crane W. B. & Co., Canalportav, 

Johnson and 22d, " 

*Dodge P. G. & Co., 409 to 423 

Lumber, " 

*HATCH & KEITH, 21st and 

Brown, " 

Havden Bros., 22d and Jefferson, " 

*HOLBROOK CO.— (See below), 

Archer av, 23d and Grove, " 

*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

Michiirau av and Lake, " 

*Miller L.'ct Co., Lumber and 22d, 
*PARKHURST & WILKIN- 
SON— (See pl65), 148 to 164 Kinzie, " 
*Vinnedge Bros., c Division and 

North Branch, " 

* Wells R. A., c Clark and 22d, 
White George E. & Co., 406 to 430 

West Lake, 
""Giddings vfc Patterson, Danville 

*Bartlett Hardware Co., Freeport 

*Siblpv William E. (dealer). 
"CUMMINGS & EMERSON- 

(See p 56). 416 Souch Washington, Peoria 
"Proctor J. C. ct Co.. 
^Leonard Josiah S., West State, Rockford 



OliBROOi^ 



HARDWOOD 



Ar c H t R Av E*2 3^ St. 



;'^ji^^&i:i-. 



Ghicag^q^ 



.*£stt-w«^a*;r": 



WEYBURN L. 

—(Seep 172), 
* Wells Howard, 



A. COMPANY 

Rockford 
Rock Island 



Huh Band Mfrs. 

TURNER BRASS WORKS THE 

— (See p 165), 4 La Salle av, Chicago 

Sub Boring Gauge 3Ifrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

JETub and S2>oke ^Ifrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Poe Howard (spokes), Eberle 
KIMBARK S. D. (spokes)-(See p 

55), [Michigan av and Lake, Chicago 

*Chester & Keller Mfg. Co. (spokes). Idlewild 
*Yost, Bigelow & Co. (spokes). Metropolis 

Ostendorf Bros, (spokes), Xewton 

Jack 3Ifrs, 

*ILL. IRON & BOLT CO, fjack- 

screws) — fSee p 56), Carpentersville 

"KIMBARK S. D. — (See p 55), 

Michigan av and Lake, Chicago 

*Sovereign C. B., Rockford 

Jack-Screiv Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Liarnp Mfrs. 

*CHICAGO CARRIAGE LAMP 

CO.— (See p 142), 84 to 88 Mar- 
ket. Chicago 
*FREITAG J. F.— (See p 55). 2 La 

Salle av, " 

\Lazg Back Irons. 

*CHICAGO DROP FORGE AND 

FOUNDRY CO.-(See p 55), Chicago 

Leather Mfrs, 

*American Oak Leather Co. (patent 
and enameled). Chicago branch. 
207 and 2' '9 Lake, Chicago 

^■^KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

3Iichigan av and Lake, " 

MacJiinerg and Tool Mfrs. 

Johnson Bros, (tire bolter and cut- 
ter), Aurora 
*Hoyt & Brother Co. (woodworking), " 
Matern William J. (ready hub boxing 

sauixO. 306 West Front. Bloomington 

*ILL. IRON AND BOLT CO. (by- 
draulic presses, drills, tire^bend- 
ers and general blacksmith tools), 
— (See p 56), Carpentersville 

*Allen Mfg. Co. (woodworking), 55 

South Canal, '^-^Chicago 

Drake vfc Hoffman (blowers and 

forges), 179 Clifton av, " 

*Fay J. A. & Co. (woodworking), 22 
to 26 South Canal. 

*Gleason & Bailey Mfg. Co., limited 
(portable forges and blowers), 238 
Lake, 

*6reenebaum's 'SI. Sons (punch Rnd 

shears), 9 and 11 Nonh Canal. " 



ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES, PAINTEL OR NATURAL WOOD FINISH. 

SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 



BINCHAMTON WAGON CO., BINCHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



«4i 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 






ILLINOIS. 



167 



MucJdiicry and Tool M/r.-<. — (•o/idnncd. 

*Greenlee Bros & Co. (woodworking), 

225 to 235 West 12th, Chicago 

*Henion & Plubbell, general western 
agents for Silver & Deniin;:' Mfg. 
Co., 55 and 57 North Clinton, " 

*KIMBARK S. D., general agent 
for the " Tanite Co." (emery 
wheeli and machines)— (See p 55), 
Michigan av and Lake, " 

*Scott George M. (bellows), Johnson 
c22d, 

*SINGER MFG. CO. (sewing ma- 
chines)— (Sec p 4), (main otlice), 
235 Wabash av, 45 and 47 Michi- 
gan av and 29 South Water, " 

*Sturtevant B. F. Co. (blowers, por- 
table forges, etc.), 31 North Ca- 
nal. 

*Devore & Hennty Co. (foot-power 

hammers), Freeport 

^WILLIAMS, WHITE & CO. 
(forging machines, hammers, 
drop presses, punch and shears, 
etc.), Moline 

*CUMMINGS & EMERSON 
(agents Norton Emery Wheel 
Co. and general dealers in tools), 
—(See p 56), 416 South Wash- 
ington, Peoria 

*Barnes W. F. & John Co. (drill 

presses), Rockford 

j;3Iountinf/s. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

*TURNER BRASS WORKS 

THE— (See p 165). 4 La Salle 

av, Chicago 

Jfame Plate JIfrs. 

BOCHE L.— (See opposite), 166 

Kandolph, Chicago 

^CHILDS S. D. & CO.-(See below), 
140 and 142 Monroe, 

^EHRSAM M. A, & CO.-(See op- 
posited. 175 and 177 South Clark, 

'HANSON C. H.— (See opposite), 
44 Clark. 

•KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 
Micliiiran av and Lake. 

MOORE C. F. & CO.— (See opposite), 
177 3Ia(lison. 

-PARKHURST & WILKINSON 

— (See p 165). 148 to 164 Kiiizie, 

"TURNER BRASS WORKS 
THE— (See p 165). 2 and 4 La 
Salle av, 
Whitson J. M.. 182 Clark, 
*WILCOX W. W.-(See opposite), 
131 and 133 Lake, 



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168 



ILLINOIS. 



Neck Yoke Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Carpenter Chas. H. & Co. (neck yoke 

centre). 663 Wp.<;t Lake, Chicago 

^FLEMING & DOBYNE-(See p 

5.-)), 108 South Canal, " 

*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), Mich- 
igan av and Lake, " 

*Sovereign C. E., Rockford 

Wtit and Bolt llfrs. 

(See Hardware Mfrs.) 

\Paiiit 3Ifrs. 

[See also Coach Color Mfrs.) 

*CARY-OGDEN CO. THE-(Seep 

163), 276 to 284 West 18. Chicasro 

^CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING 

CO.— (See foot lines), 251 to 261 
Elston av, " 

*HEATH & MILLIGAN MFG. 

CO.— (See p 55), 170 to 174 Kan- 
dolph. 

\JPatrol Wagon Brassivork* 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

*TURNER BRASS WORKS THE 

— (See p 165), 4 La Salle av, Chicago 

Pole Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

Michigan av and Lake, 
*Springer Bros. Mfg. Co., 



Chicago 
Edwardsville 



^Portable Forces. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

Michigan av and Lake, Chicago 

Bouf/h Staff Mfrs. 

"CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING 
CO.— (!^ee foot lines), 259 and 
261 Elston av, Chicago 

Bahber Goods Mfrs, 

•BOSTON RUBBER CO., E. R. 

Barley, agent (cloth, apron and 
mould work) — (See adv Mass. 



dept.). 116 La Salle, 



Chicago 



Seat Fastener^ Mfrs, 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

\Seat Irons {S/iiftinf/). 

{See also Hardware Mfrs.) 

■•^CHICAGO DROP FORGE AND 

FOUNDRY CO.— (See p 5.^). Chir'ago 



^Seat 3Ifrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfi's.) 

•^KIMBARK S. D.— (See p 55). 

Michigan av and Lake, Chicago 

*KOENIG & BIXLER MFG. 

CO.— (See p 56), Freeport 

" Wyckoflf & Randolph (wagon spi ral 

spring), Morrisonville 

Sewing 3Iachine 3Ifrs, 

{See MacMnery and Tool Mfrs.) 

\Shij}herd^s Anti-Battley Shaft 

Coii2>ling and Quick 

S/iifters. 

"CHICAGO DROP FORGE AND 
FOUNDRY CO.-(sole mfrs), 
(See p 55), Chicago 

Skein 3Ifrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Singletree 3Ifrs. 

{See Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Sleigh Bell 3ffrs. 

*Americau Ring Co. (wrought metal), 

115 Lake, Chicago 

Sleigh Dealers, 

{See Sleigh Mfrs.) 

Sleigh 3Ifi'S. 

Bays & Hnrdy (dealers), Abingdon 

*Bellwood & Marks (dealers), 

Foltz F. P. (dealer). 

*.Main & Burnaugh (dealers), " 

■^Painter & Fraukland, Albion 

Thede Chris (dealer). Aledo 

*Vincent & Clarke (dealers). 

Watterson William (dealer), " 

(Churchill D., Alexis 

P<irter Bros.. •' 

*Porter J. B. (dealer), 

Lawrence O, S., Altona 

Me Master C. J. (dealer). 

Morrisett H., 

Meyer Henry (dealer), Arenzville 

Billmire M. M. (dealer), Ashton 

Hardesty M. (dealer), 

Hillabraut .J. W., Assumption 

Lnfollett D., 

(;ruzen N. A. (dealer), Astoria 

Hoose J. H. ifc Son (dealers), Atlanta 

Ro ids & Wright (dealer). 

Maitiu D. D. (dealer). Auburn 

"Morse R. E. (also dealer). 






DROP-AXLE BUGGIES, 
BANNER ROAD WAGONS, 
BANNER SPRING SURREYS. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 
BIXGHAMTOIV, N. Y. 



t) 



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Sleiyh Mfrs. — continued. 
Antrim T. E.. 
Dooley W. H. (dealer), 
Reynolds R. H. (dealer), 
Weinberg M. (dealer), 
Young II. W. (dealer), 
*iVIcCollum & Sous (dealers), 
* Wagner Theo. (dealer), 
Welch Andrew (dealer), 
Fergusou W. H. (dealer), 
Holmes C. M., 
Weber John (dealer), 
*Burch L. M. (dealer), 
*Heinzelraau Bros., 
Hubbell & Son. 
Banks M T. (dealer;, 



Augusta 



Aurora 



Avon 
Barry 

Bavlis 

Bellevilk- 

Bemcnt 

Blandinsville 

*Clark, Churchill & Co. (dealers), 409 

North Main, Bloomington 

*Coats R. W. & Co. (dealers), 210 

East Front, 
*Harber Bros, (dealers), 428 and 430 

North Main, 
*Matern L. it Son (dealers), " 

Dej'o Bros, (dealers), Bradford 

*LHttin Irving (dealer), 
Thompson A. S. (dealer). 
Bowman C. & Co. (dealers), Brimfleld 

*Hayes E. K. (dealer), 

*Weidner J. G. (dealer), Buffalo Grove 

Watson & Wiley (dealers), Camargn 

Francis Geo. W. ((lealer). Camp Point 

Francis Vincent (dealer), " 

Bates Sam (dealer), Capron 

Cornwall & Kellogg (dealers), 
Powell R. J. Co., 

Siegel V. H. (dealer), Carlinville 

^Woodward S. S. (dealer), 
Robinson Wm. M., Car mi 

jVIatthews Bros, (dealers), Carthage 

*xMcIvee N. P. (dealer), 
*Sholl Bros, (dealers), 
^Walker C. W. (dealer), 

Shaffer John, Cedarville 

*Frants John S. (dealer), Cerro Gonlo 

Elliott H. T.. Chandlerviile 

French W. H., Charleston 

Hill W. E. (dealer), 

Liston Joe (dt-aler), " 

^IcCarty & Snider (dealers), 
MerrittVt Easton, 

*Stoddert Harry (dealer), " 

*Vanrneter John (dealer), " 

*Seariiig it Messler(dealers), Chatsworth 

Bauer Philip, Chebanse 

Shoeklet F. J , 

Lace L. P.. Chenon 

Kennedy Bros., Chester 

*Abboit Buggy Co. (light, wholesale 

mfrs.). 354 Wabash av, Chicago \ 

^Bohannon & Williams (light and 

heavy), 161 and 168 Ogden av, 
^Bristol it Gale Co. (jobbers), 30 and 

82 South CanMl 

CORTLA.ND WAGON CO.(west- 

ern branch), (light wiiolesale 
mfr.s). (See p 8), Slst and Wal- 
la-o. C. R. I. & P. and C. and 
E. T. R. R. mail drawer 161, 
Cragiii E. F. (light). 51 and 58 S Jef- 
ferson. •' 



"Edwards H. J. & Sons (dealers), 

292 and 294 Wabash av. Chicago 

*Green & Holden Co. (dealers), 142 

and 144 W Washington, 
Hull Charles J. (dealer), 2308 to 

2318 State. 
*Kimball C. P. & Co. (light and 

heavj'), Wabash av and Harrison, " 
*Lines D. J. Sons (light and heavv), 

307 and 309 Wabash av. 
.McVittie Albert (deaier), 2533 and 

2535 State, 
•■"Michigan Buggy Co. (wholesale 

mfrs., also dealers), 341 to 345 

Wabash av, ' 

*Milburn Wagon Co. (dealers), 461 

and 468 Wabash av, 
Morrison & Jones (dealers), 3146 

Cottage Grove av, " 

*Rehkopf F. A. (light), 741 to 745 

West Lake, 
Small William A., 859 and 361 West 

Randolph, 
*Staver H. C Mfg.Co. The ^jobbers), 

15 to 19 West Lake, 
*Stone C. & Sons (light and heavy), ' ' 

167 to 175 Ogden av. 

"Tower I. S. tt Bro. (light and heavy, 
wholesale mfrs.), 105 to 109 
South Clinton. " 

■•■ Walker F. G (dealer), 346 and 348 
Wabash av, 

*Wayman & Murphy, 257 and 259 
Randolph, 

* Weber Wagon Co. (farm and log- 

ging sleds, wholesale mfrs.), 8lst 

and Wallace, 
Willets Carriage and Storage Co. 

The, 80 and 82 Twelfth, 
Watson & Watson (dealers), Clinton 

Alters William, Colchester 

^Bowmsn T. J. (dealer), '• 

Herbert George R. (dealer). Cuba 

■••'Shiery H. (dealer), 

Xelson John. '" 

"Shryock J. C. (dealer), " 

Force Daniel Danville 

Hays T. (dealer), Davis 

Siivder J. H., 

.Vlleu E. G. ct Bro. (dealers). Decatur 

*Hill & Beatty (dealers), 211 South 

Side Park. 

* Kramer A (dealer), 

*Spencer ct Lehman Co. The(dealers), 

168 South Main, 

*\Vavne Snlkette and Road Cart Co. 

(deiders), 
^'''arter Bros, (dealers), DeKalb 

*iviiigman & Duncan (dealers), Delavan 

Lnrd Paul G. (dealer), Di.xon 

Fnuvl J. B., Dundee 

*Mu-ller F. J. &, Bro., 

*Hall W. B., Du Quoin 

Wood Bros., 

Kass M., E St Dubu(jue 

smith Peter, 

.Moore A. S. (dealer). EfRni^ham 

Bunv.ith & Armitaire, Elizabctli 

(iiillilh Ferd, " EllisviHe 

*Douglass & Son (dealers). Elmwood 



pRICE, LEE & ADKINS CO., 

Carriage Catalogue Printers. 



^ 



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^ 



El wood 

Erie 
it 

Essex 

Eureka 

Ewing College 

Fairbury 

Fairview 
Farmer City 



Fisber 
Flora 

Foreston 



jSirir/h Mfi)<. — contiuutd. | 

Good F. H. & Co. (dealers), 
Cross Marrian J., 
James & McCall (dealers), 
Miller R. M. (dealer), 
Keeler H , 
Scott Philip & Son, 
*Cook Bros, (dealer), 
Hobbs F. O. (dealer), 
Gilmore C. V. (dealer), 
Averitt «fc Sabin (dealers), 
Jameson & Geer (dealers), 
*Lindsey Wm. & Son (dealers), 
StanselfH. J., 
DeWitt & Son, 
*Durland Bros, (dealers), 
*Deuth, Hemphill & Co. (dealers), 
*Kaney John & Co. (dealers), " 

Meyers & Byers (dealers), " 

*Barker 6c Son (dealers), Frankfort Station 
*Feil & Deist (dealers), 
Klepper Philip, " 

Stephen E. C, 

Covey William (dealer), Franklin 

^Sunday Solomon, Franklin Grove 

*TrostleC. W., 

*Barnes W. G. & W. (dealers), Freeport 

^Bergman & Dorman (dealers), " 

*Browu, Snyder & Thompson (deal- 
ers), 
Grant E. (dealer), " 

*Kliue Jacob (light and bob sleds), " 

*Bench C, Galena 

Obermiller L., " 

*Dow A. G. (dealer), Galesburg 

Johnson Bros., Galvu 

Mink & Webb, 

"Place J. & Son (dealers), Gays 

*Gray John (dealer), Geneseo 

*Martin & Taxis (dealers)-, 
*Mowry Geo. G. (dealer), " 

*Ball & McClure (dealers), Gibson City 

^Collier J. H. (dealer), 

*Slatler James (dealer), Good Hope 

*Ailen & Ripley (dealers). Grafton 

Arnold & Wilhlte, Greenfield 

Slaughter W. J., 

Banner Jacob, Gridely 

Ehrgott G. (dealer), Griggsville 

*Chapman & Reid (dealers), Hampshire 

*Hunt. Helm & Manly (dealers), Hhi vard 

*Hice & Heberling, Havana 

*Thorp O. B., 

Leech D. J., Hennepin 

Mason & Co., " 

*Duke Bros, (dealers), Henry 

Stever W. H. (dealer), 

*Slagel & Peters (dealers), Heyworth 

*Hagnauer & Knoebel (dealers). Highland 

"Hediger Henry, 

Hediger Jacob, '• 

*Schwarz Stephen, " 

*Mudge & Co. (dealers). Homer 

Hicks L. T. (dealer), Hopedale 

Michael F. W., Huey 

Constant & Grubb (dealers), Illiopolis 

Hesser H. H. & Co. (dealers), 
McLaren J. N. (dealer), Ipava 

Orendorff H. H. & Co. (dealers). 
Dale William (dealer), Iroquois 



Broadwell N. (dealer), 231SouthMain. 

Jacksonville 
*Gray S. B. (dealer), 309 East State, 
Hellenthal M. (dealer), 222 North 

Sandy, " 

Lee Philip (dealer), 304 North Sandy, 
Self W. C. (dealer), 236 North Main, 
Vogel M. (dealer), 223 North Sandy. 
Egelhoff Mfg. Co., Jersey ville 

*Nevifton R. & Son (dealers), 
Strong & Co., Joliet 

Banchant M. F. (dealer), Kankakee 

Kerger Isadore, " 

*Leuth JohnH., 
*Nichols J. D. (dealer), 
*Schneider Louis, " 

Lauher Wm. M. & Co. (dealers), Kansas 

Pinnell W. S. (dealer), 
*Ratts & Griffith (dealers), 
Nearing & Howard (dealers), Kenney 

*Whitney & Martin (dealers), Kevpanee 

Sipe R. E. (dealer). King's 

Dean Bros, (dealers), Lamoille 

Yeager & Son (dealers), Lanark 

Lehman J. H., Lebanon 

*Sager Charles H. (dealer), 
CoveW. G.. Leland 

Erickson E. & Son, 

*Warney & Peiffer (deal'ers)^ Lemont 

*Nelson"'H. R. (dealer), Lena 

Brindley &, Birney, LeRoy 

*Morris & Weaver, " 

SaunerJ. E., Libertyville 

Gerard C. F., Lincoln 

*Adams Chas. H. & Co. (dealers), Lockport 
*Norton G. B. (dealer), 
Prindle Wm. W., 

Barkdoll & Davidson (dealers), Mackinaw 

Gribble J. L. (also dealer), Macomb 

Lodge A. K. (also dealer), " 

Alexander & Edmundson (dealers), Macon 
*Smiley Geo. W. (dealer). Malta 

*Gallaway & Tryou (dealers), Marseilles 

*Voight J. T. & Son, Mattoon 

Bishop R., McHenrv 

*Owen E. M. & Son (dealers). 
Sparrow J. N. & Son, Mechanicsburg 

Nurt & Son, Mendon 

*Don()hue & Madden, Mendota 

"Dibbern C. H. cfe Son (dealers)-, Milan 

Zahu Phil F. (dealer), 

*Pickard Bros., Minonk 

*Moline Wagon Co. (bob sleds, whole- 
sale mfrs.), Moline 
"Paradis Bros & Co., Momence 
*Barnum O. S. (dealer), Monmouth 
Dennis George B. (dealer), " 
*Pinkerton & Evans, " 
*Schusler Geoiue A. (dealer), " 
■^Wallace E. E.\fe Son (dealers), 
Harrington Bros.. Monticello 
Kastel Thomas (dealer), " 
McMellin Samuel & Co., 
Zercher Frank. " 
*Horrie James (also dealer), Moiris 
Brown L. C. (dealer), Morrison 
*Durward & Riggs (dealers), 
*Denne W. F. (dealei), Mor on 
*Voelpel & Rossi (dealers), 
"Meyer G. F. & Co. (dealers). Mound City 



DINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

BINGHAMTON, K Y., U. S. A. 



c« jMakes prompt 

i SHIPMENT 



For Exjilanatory Notes, see p 95 



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171 






Sleigh Mfrs. — rontin lud. 






*Brockman W. (dealer), Mount Sterling 


*Ileiche Louis A. (dealer), 


Naperville 


Ochsner Joseph (dealer). 




Nauvoo 


"Scanlan C. & Co. (dealers), 




( ( 


Degen F. \V., 


New Athens 


Gain Jacob, 




<< 


Hunt Leo, 


New Boston 


*Seastone John, 




{ 1 


Gladman William H., 


New Windsor 


Ashmore & Hanover (dealers), 




Oakland 


Henderson & Son, 




i i 


Thornton L. C. (dealer). 




» ( 


Johnston Wm. S. (dealer), 




Oak Park 


Messerly W. S., 




Onarga 


McConchie Bros., 




Oneida 


*Boden & Schell (dealers), 




Oquawka 


Grandin P. A. (dealer), 




Orion 


* Wilson J. H. (dealer), 




i i 


Herbert O. & Son, 




Oswego 


Shogar J. A. (dealer). 




t ( 


Young J. A. & Son, 




{( 


*Gay & Son. 




Ottawa 


*Jones H. W. (cutters), 




( t 


Logus it Shultz, 




Palatine 


Torgler John, 




t i 


■■Foley M. F. & Son (dealers), 




Paris 


Hopkins & Co., 




Paxton 


Bucklin William J. (dealer), 


Pecatonica 


DeLaMater W. J. (dealer). 




i t 


Stockburger F. E. (dealer). 




( ( 


Fisher & Lownos, 




Pekin 


"Roos Henry (dealer), 337 Court 


f 


( » 


*Smith T. H. & Co., 




(( 


Webber & Frey (dealers). 




t ( 


•■Bingham D, L. & Co. (dealers), 


326 




South Adams, 




Peoria 


*Davis, Reyburn & Co. (dealers). 




Water, 




i ( 


*Hearst, Dunn & Co. (dealers), 


718 




South Washington, 




( ( 


*Kingman & Co. (dealers), 906 South 




Washington, 




i i 


*Kirkwood, Miller & Co. (dealers), 




l'J5 South Washington, 




i i 


*Luthy & Co. (dealers). Water, 




Peoria 


*Mast P. P. & Co. (dealers). 


108 




North Washington, 




( ( 


]\Ioore George M. & Co. dealers, 


114 




South Washington, 




{ ( 


"Reed W. A. (also dealer). 




Perry 


Renikie A. F. (also dealer), 




" 


Stoner Joseph ( l.so dealer). 




it 


*Casteiidyck Bros., 




Peru 


*Weissenberger ifc Alosbach, 




( i 


Condon T E. (dealer). 




Pesotum 


Bryant S B., 


Petersburg 


Bryant W. VV. & Son, 




(t 


Meyer Frank, 




<( 


Morris & Murphy, 




11 


*Henniiigs A: llnss (dealers), 




Piano 


Fahrney'C. tt Smith Bros, (also deal- 




ers). 




Polo 


*Miller John W., 




f « 


Renner Isaac (also dealer). 




( ( 


"Dolde ifc Graeber, 




Pontiac 


■"Ashdown Mark (dealer). 


Port Byron 


Rogers E. E. & Sons' (dealers). 




" 


"-McWhinney C. A. (dealer). 


Prairie City 


Critzman Jacol) (dealer). 


Princeton 



Stoner C. A. (dealer), Princeton 

Beatty Bros., Quiucy 

"'•"Lummis, Rump <k Co. (dealers), " 
*iMartin J. L. (dealer), 

*Pope, Lockwood & Co. (dealers), " 
*Wenzel it Keller (dealers), 9th and 

Maine, " 

*Barnes R. H. (dealer), Raritan 

Roscoe E T. (dealer). Red Bud 

Beam Bros., Robinson 

Kessler Bros., " 

*EUREKA CARRIAGE CO. 

THE (runner attachments for 
wheeled vehicles, wholesale 
mfrs.)— (See p 158), Rock Falls 

■■•"Sterling Mfg. Co. (bobsleds, whole- 

j sale mfrs.), " 

Bruner M. L. (dealer), Rockford 

Compton J. H. (dealer), " 

Ford Eugene, " 

*Ralston, Carmichael & Harvey 

(dealers), " 

"Sames Peter (bob sleighs, whole- 
] sale mfr.), 
I *Kerr W.J. (dealer). 

*Stewart & Montgomery (dealers), 

Wall Robert (dealer), 

Ellis George, 

* Worcester H. C. & Co. (dealers), 
i *Krieg A. (dealer), 

*Pratt & Boyd (dealers), 

'^' Pratt & Pratt (dealers), 

^Cunningham & Hoover (dealers), 

*Menely & Thomas (dealers); 

Branstool & Son (dealers), 

*Crandall B. & Son (dealers), 

*Greer M. H. (dealer). 

Hummel J. M. (dealer), 

*Hielt & Co. (dealers), 

Bastian George. 

Matson J. C. (dealer), 

Whiltaker W. H. (dealer), 

Works D. T., 

Cuzek J. A., 

*Deaner J. & Son (dealers), 

Smitii & Torbett. 

^Wilkinson R. (dealer), " 

*Davids()n & Henley (dealers), Springfield 

McCoy J. K. & Co. (dealer). South 
Severn h, 

■•Prat her S E. & Co. (dealers), 417 

Jefferson, " 

^Shepherd J. T. (dealer), 633 and 625 

East Monroe, " 

*Vani'uyn G. A. & Co. (dealers), 
118 N(jrth Sixth. 

■•• Withey Bros, (dealers), 722 Wash- 
ington, " 

B'elair Peter, St. Anne 

Marceau Bros., 

Becker Brothers (dealers), St. Jacob 

Buehlmann L., " 

*Rotli C. & Co. (dealers), Stanford 

Basselt £. C. (bob sleds, wholesale 

mfrs.). Sterling 

Becker Justus (bob sleds), " 

"Burkholder C. dealer), 

■•Emmilt J. V. (dealer). 

*Galt Frank (dealer), 

*SpiesA B.(bob sleds, wholesalemfr. 



Rock Island 



Rockton 

Roodhouse 

Roseville 



Rossville 
(I 

Rushville 



Sandwich 

Saybrook 

Scales Mound 

Seneca 
Sheffield 
Sheldon 



FREE SIHPI.ES 
FIR.MSIIED BY 



J (IIICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO., CIllCiiGO, 

^ ^ Of their WOOD FILLERS or KOI Gil STIFF. 



For Explanatory Notep, see p. 95. 






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ILLINOIS. 



Sullivan 
Sycamore 

t ( 

4 i 

Tampico 

Thornton 

Tlskilwa 

Tolono 

Tonica 

Tremont 

Trenton 

Troy 

Utica 

Vandalia 



Washington 



Watseka 

Wheaton 
Wilminsfton 



Slcifjh Mfrs. — continued. 

Archer & Craig (dealers), 

Jenkings A. T. (dealer), 

*Haight Bros, (dealers), 

*Loptien Glaus, 

*Whittemore & Brower (dealers), 

*Smith Alf & Bros, (dealers), 

*Wylie T. M. (dealer), 

Waideck Philip (also dealer), 

Bryant & Jack, 

Pierce & Son (also dealers). 

*Kaiser L. A., 

Tisserat J. C. (dealer), 

*Velde J. (dealer), 

Kurtz Ferdinand, 

Gebauer John D. (dealer), 

PerrinC C. 

*Guv & Evans (dealers), 

Miller H. R. (dealer), 

*Morey Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Kreider Geo. W. (dealer), Varna 

Graham J. L., Warren 

*Eckbahm, Dross & Co. (dealers), Warsaw 

Goddertz Matthew (dealer), 

*Tobias L. «& Son (dealers), 

Fox W. H., 

Gillfillan &, Son (dealers), 

*Holt H. & E. B. (dealers), 

Engals N., 

Mcintosh W., 

*Dolan & Leib (dealers), 

Doyle & Collins (dealers), 

*Watt E. E. (dealer), 

Wallace T. C, 

Curry S. I. (dealer), 

* Austin W. B. (dealer), 

*Dacey T. J. (dealer), 

*Donovan J. D. (dealer). 

Cross & Stevenson (dealers), 

*McCorkle C. P. (dealer), 

Sullivan Patrick (dealer), " 

Townsend W. J. (dealer), " 

*Patierson Bros, (dealers), " 

*\Villett R. AV. (dealer), Yorkville 

Spokes. 

{See Hubs and Spokes.) 



Sjirltiff 3Ifrs. 

"Chicago Spring Co., 313 to 321 
South Clinton, 

*Dobbins & Co., Garden City Spring 
Woiks, 267 and 269 East 20th, 

Gibson Wm. D. Co. The (spiral seat- 
back and cart-spring), 67 and 69 
North Jefferson, 

*KIMBARK S. D .-(See p 55), 
Michigan av and Lake, 

Lever Spiral Spring Co., 375 Wa- 
bash av, 



*PARKHUIIST & WILKINSON 

— (See p 165), 148 to 164 Kinzie, Chicago 
*Tuthill Spring Co., 164 Dear- 
born, " 
Weddle & Co., 51 S Jefferson, 
"••Pitcher L. D. (wagon), Dixon 
*Wyckoff & Randolph (seat), Morrison ville 

\Steel Mfrs. 

^CHICAGO STEEL WORKS- 

(T steel for road carts) — (See 

adv Michigan dept., 806 Noble, Chicago 

j;Strap2nnf/ llfrs. 

■CHICAGO RAWHIDE MFG.CO. 

THE— (See p 56), 75 and 77 

Ohio, Chicago 

f Street Car 3Ifrs. 

*STEPHENSON JOHN CO.dimited) 
— (See adv N. Y. dept,), Phenix 
bdg., Chicago 

Tacks, Liiiitig Wail, Etc. Mfrs. 



Winchester *Boston Button Co., 161 Franklin, Chicago 

*FIELD A & SON— (See adv Mass. 
dept.), 142 Lake, 



Windsor 

WoodhuU 

Woodstock 



Wyoming 



Thill Coiiplluf/ 3Ifrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Thread Mfrs. 



Chicago 



*B ARBOUR BROS. CO. THE 

(linen and flax) — (See adv N. Y. 
dept ), 108 to 110 Franklin, 

*LEESON J. R. & CO. (importers) 
—(See adv 3Iass. dep't.), 240 
Franklin, 



Chicago 



Tire Bender 3Ifrs. 

{See Machinery mid Tool Xffrs.) 

\Tire Shi'iiiker. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

^ILLINOIS IRON & BOLT CO. 

— (See p 56). (Jarpentersville 

*WEYBURN L. A. COMPANY 

—(See below), R ckford 




MOLE'S TIEE SHRINKER. 

Tlie Simplest and Most Durable Tire Sliiinlier Made. 

It Is the only 1 Ire Shriiiker tliat can be operated sueceasfuUy by one man. The opera- 
tion of brmginji ('OM n the lever grasps the tiri! and does the work; raishig I he lever opens 
It. By this means it is nut necessary loremove the tire until it Is upseias iijucn as required. 

yo OTHER SHRINKER HAS THESE ADVANTAGES, 

llA.NrFACTURHD BY 



L. A. W^EVBURN CO., 



Rockford, III 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

^Binghamton Wagon Go>^ Binghamton, M. Y, 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 






ILLINOIS. 



173 



To2> and Cash ion JIf'rs. 

(See also Cushion Mfrs.) 
"CHICAGO TOP AND CUSHION 

CO.— (^t't; 1> O.J), 1«8 and lUU 
Ohio, Chicago 

Cragin E F., ol and 53 S Jefferson, 

*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

.Mi(lii<i<iii av and Lake, " 

*Pritchani C. L. Mfg. Co., r 347 
and 349 State, 

Brown T. C. Morrison 

*CUMMINGS & EMERSON (job- 
bers) — (See p 50), 416 South 
Washington, Peoria 

Stewart C. A., St. Charles 

To}} Drcssi)iff 3Ifvs. 

*Crouch R. B.,Randolpii c Market, Chicago 
*Tousev & Company, 277 and 279 

South Canal. 
*Wadsworth, Rowland Co., 263 

and 265 Wabash av, 
*Sovereiffn C. E.. Rockford 

*West lTm. .Mfg. Co., 
Wain Wright J. cfe Co., Waukegan 

Transfer Ornatnent 3Ifrs. 

*PALM, FECHTELER & CO.- 

(See p 69), 45 La Salle, Chicago 

^Triinniers. 

(See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

^CHICAGO TOP & CUSHION 

CO.— (See p 55), 188 and 190 

Ohio, Chicago 

"KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

Michigan av and Lake, " 

Trimming JIfrs. 

(See also Hardware Mfrs.) 

^BOSTON RUBBER CO. £• R. 

Buriey agent — (See adv Mass. 
dept.), 176 La Salle, Chicago 

Cragin E. F., 51 and 53 S Jefferson, 

"FIELD A. & SONS (tacks, lining 
Bails and tufting buttons) — (See 
adv Mass. dept.), 142 Lake, " 

*Graham J. C. (fringes), 106 and 
108 Wabash av, 

*KIMBARK S. D. (jobbers)-(See 

p 55), Michigan av and Lake, " 

*Pritchard C. L. .Mfy-. Co., rear 347 
and 349 Stale, 

Varnish Mfrs. 

(See also Coach Color Mfrs.) 

^American Varnish Co. The. 309 to 

315 North Branch, Chicago 



Ayuila Kich Paint and Color Co. 

The, 257 Dearborn, Chicago 

*Berry Bros., 214 Randolph, 
*Bigeiow Moses & Co. (branch), 358 

Wabash av. 

*CHICAGO VARNISH CO.- 

(See front cover), Peail and 

High. Boston, and 204 Pine, 
*Coffin, Devoe & Co., 176 Randolph, 
*Currey Mfg. Co., 211 and 213 

South Clinton, 
"DeGOLYER WATTS CO. THE 

(See back covei), ;J77 to 391 

Illinois, 
"Elniendorf Wm. A., 38 and 40 Lar- 

rabee, 
*Grace i.% Co.. 11!) to 127 Larrabee, 

•HEATH & MILLIGAN MFG. 

CO.— (See p 55), (jobbers), 170 to 
174 Randolph. 

-Johns H. W. .Mfg. Co., 240 and 242 
Randolph, 

*Law.son Varnish Co. The, 264 Wa- 
bash av, 

*MASURY JOHN W. & SON- 

(See contents page), 19U, 191 aud 
192 Michigan av, 
*Murphy & Co.. 22d and Dearborn, 
*Parrott Varnish Co., John J. Still- 
man, agent. 227 and 229 Fifth 
av. 
*Ravnolds C. T. & Co., 21 Lake, 
"Tousey & Co., 277 and 279 South 

Canal, 
U. S. Varnish Co. The, 89 Lake, 
^Valentine & Company, 262 Wa- 
bash av, 
*Wadsworth, Rowland Co., 127 to 

131 West Harrison. 
*Quinc3- Varnish Co, Olive and Vine, Quincy 



Wagon Brakes, 

(See also Hardware Mfrs.) 
White George (also lock). Rock Island 

Wago)i Cover Mfrs, 

^CARPENTER GEO. B. & CO.- 

(See p 163), 202 to 208 South 

Water, Chicago 

^Channon R. Co., 22 to 26 Market, 

*Cook E. C. & Bro.. 40 Dearborn, 

^KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 
Michigan av and Lake), 

Lilies A., 10 Park, 

"Murra}' & Co., cor Randolph and 
Jefferson, 

■^Roberts Bros., 71 and 73 Market, 

Thompson T. M., 44 West Lake, 

Williams T. & Bro., 44 West Ran- 
dolph, 

Waf/on 3Iakers. 

(See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 



^ 



WIDE CARRIAGE PANELS 



M.iXrFACTTRED BY 

GRAND Rapids vkneer works, 

GRAND KAl'IDsj, MlCil. 






For Explautttory Notes, see p 95. 



7^ 



174 



ILLIXOIS — INDIAN" TERRITORY. 



t \V(t{fon Skeiit Jlfi'S. 

{See also Hardware Mfrs.) 

*ILLINOIS IRON. AND BOLT 

CO. — (See p 56), Carpentersville 

Washer Mfrs. 

^CHICAGO RAWHIDE MFG. 

CO. THE (rawhide axle)— (See 
p 56), 75 and 77 Ohio, Chicago 

"^Sovereign C. E. (axle), Rockford 

Wheel 3Ifrs, 

{See also Woodicork Mfrs,) 

^AMERICAN WHEEL CO.-(See 
front col'd p III), rooms 316, 
317, 318 and 319 Home Insur- 



Chicago 



aace Building, 



Chicago 



Whiffletree 3Ifrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
Smith B. F., 234 East Lake, Chicago 

\Wood Filler llfrs. 

•CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING 

CO.— (See foot lines), 259 and 261 

Elston av, Chicago 

Todd L. I. (wood filler and rough 

stuff), 314 and 216 South Clinton " 
Scott J. C. (primers, gear fillers and 

rough stuff), Freeport 

t Woodstock Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), 

Michigan av and Lake, Chicago 

Woodwork Mfrs, 

{See also Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

*AMERIC AN WHEEL CO.-<See 
front col'd p III), rooms 316, 
317, 318 and 319 Home Insur- 
ance Building, Chicago 



Burr Bradley (bodies), 81 and 83 

North Ashland av, 
"CHICAGO CARRIAGE WOOD- 
WORK CO. (carriage and 

sleigh). 247 and 249 Wells, 
^FLEMING & DOBYNE (neck 

yoke— (See p 55), 103 South 

Canal, 
*Kentucky Wheel Stock Co. (wheel 

material), room 317, 205 La 

Salle, 
*KIMBARK S. D. (bodies, seats, 

gears, ironed vehicles in the 

white) — (See p 55), Michigan av 

and Lake, 

*PARKHURST & WILKIN- 
SON— (See p 165), 148 to 164 
Kinzie, 

Smith B. F. (whiflletrees and single- 
trees), 234 East Lake, 

Poe Howard (spokes), 

*Springer Bros. Mfg. Co. (poles, sin- 
gle and double tires, etc.), Edwardsville 

' KOENIG & BIXLER MFG. CO. 

(seats, bodies and gear woods) — 
(See p 56). Freeport 

*Chester & Keller Mfg. Co. (spokes), Idlewild 
*Johnson F. C, Kishwaukee 

*Yost, Bigelow & Co., (spokes), Metropolis 
Osteudorf Bros, (^^pokes), Newtown 

*CUMMINGS & EMERSON (job- 
bers, wheels, spokes, hubs, eic), 
—(See p 56), 416 South Washing- 
ton, Peoria 
^Sovereign C. E. (neck-yoke mfr.). Rockford 

Miscellaneous. 



Eberle 



STEEL WORKS 

T steel for road carts) 
adv Mich, dept.), 806 



^CHICAGO 

(mfrs. of 

—(See 
Noble. 

^CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING 

CO. (wood tillers) — (See foot 
lines), 259 and 261 Elston av. 
Eureka Rubbing Stone Co., Phenix 
bdg, 

*HEATH & MILLIGAN MFG. 

CO. (carriage lead) — (See p 55), 
170 to 174 Randolph, 

^TURNER BRASS WORKS 

THE (mountings)— (See p 165), 
2 and 4 La Salle av. 



Ch 



icago 



NDIAN TERRITORY. 



Carriage and Wagon 
Makers. 

*McCalvey Joseph (wagon). Eufaula 

*Turner Hardware Co. (dealers), Muscogee 



Uhls F. M. (heavy wagon), Muscogee 

Z u ff al 1 George (heavy wagon) , " 

Garside Jos. (wagon), Stringtown 

Bruce I. W. & Son (wagon), 

Tushka Homma 






New and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO, 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



EUSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY. 



For Explanatory Kotes, gee p 95. 



INDIANA. 



175 



NDIANA. 



Commercial Paper. — Bills of Exchange, warehouse receipts, and promissory notes, 
pa3able to order or bearer, at a bunk in this State. Notes are governed bj' the statute, as fol- 
lows: They are negotiable by indorsement. The assignee may in his own name recover 
against the maker. The suit may be brought in the name of the real person in interest. Any 
defense which the maker could have set up against the payee, he is entitled to, as against any 
subsequent assignee or holder, if the same existed before he had notice of the as.signment or 
transfer of the note. An assignee must use diligence in the collection of a note, if he would 
hold the indori;er liable. Any want of diligence will release the indorser. Suit should be 
brought at the tirst term of court after maturity. He need not sue a notoriously insolvent 
debtor, but may sue the indorser at once, and allege the insolvency of maker. When the 
maker cannot ))e found, no diligence by suit is required, and where the maker has removed 
from the State, between the assignment and maturity, no suit is necessary to fix the liabilitj' 
of the indorser. All notes should contain the clau.se, " without relief from valuation or ap- 
praisement laws." Protest need only be on bills of exchange, or on notes payable at a bank 
in this State, when protest is not waived. An unconditional agreement to pay attorney's fees 
can be enforced; not so if a conditional agreement. The clause " with ten per cent, (or some 
other specified per cent.) attorney's fees," should always be inserted; and also a clause waiving 
I)rolest and notice of nonpayment. 

Interest. — The legal rate is six per cent.; by agreement in writing any other rate, not 
e.xceeding eight per cent.; on all judgments the rate agreed upon in the original contract not 
exceeding six per cent.; on an account interest runs from the day of settlement, or from the 
day of an itemized bill rendered and pay demanded. Interest may be taken yearly, or for a 
shorter period, in advance. For usury, all interest over six per cent, is forfeited. 



Carriage and Wagon 31akerti. 



/ 



Adams 
Akron 

Albany 
Albion 



Amo 
Anderson 



Jones Thomas A. (repairer), 

Chillian Bros, (wagon), 

Terril A. J. (repairer), 

Dillon Frank (repairer), 

*Maxwell & Krohn (wagon), 

Hotfman & Son (road carls), 

Konkle S. K. (wagon), 

Gipe Jacob (wagon). 

Perry Solomon (dealer), 

Shepard Thomas (wagon), 

Cosner A. J. (repairer), 

*BlacklidgeH. J. (dealer), 

Conrad H. H. (reoairer), " 

Gray J. M. (dealer). " 

yLoftus Thomas A. (light and wagon, " 

*Mathes George (farm wagon and dealer, ' ' 

Rhoads Samuel (farm wagon), " 

Peck S. (wagon), Andrews 

Killinger Henry (dealer), Angola 

Moflfett Thomas R.(repairer and dealer), " 

Moore John B. (repairer), " 

Nichols Henry (repairer), " 

^ Nyce J. W. (light and road cart), " 

Patterson Freeborn (repairer), " 

Snyder A. J. (repairer), " 

*Snyder S. C. (dealer). 

White Samuel (repairer), " 

*Wickwire G. R. (dealer), 

Parker J. R. (wagon), 

Diltz C. (wagon), 

Mendenhall Jess (dealer), 

Rodenback Charles (wagon), 

Boyce E. O. (dealer), 

*Corey »& Alleman (dealers), 

*Slayter & Hess (dealers), 

Worthington George (repairer). 



og 



"Huscher ct Wood (dealers). 
Greyer C. (repairer), 
AbydelyS.uUy H J. (buggv), 
Acton Carlson A. F. & Son (farm and 
wagon), 
"Fisher, Arbogast& Co. (light, whole 

sale mfrs, also cart dealers), 
""Ford Nelson (road cart dealer), 
*Green La Monte M. (dealer), 
Alexandria Harvey William (repairer), 

" Hess & Harvey (farm wagon), 

/Leif, Johnson & Linn (light 



Atlanta 



Attica 



md 



road cart, wholesale mfrs.), 
Merrick F. M. (dealer). 
Kyle Jacob (wagon), 
*Brown & Culberston (dealers), 
Campbell Samuel (repairer), 
*Eckhart Carriage Co. (light, whole- 
sale and retail), 
*Kain, Rinehart & Co. (road cart), 
Kiblinger W.H. (light) (wholesale mfr. 
Myers J. N. (dealer), 
RICHEY HARRY E. (light and 
" [ road wagon, wholesale mfr.), 
' —(Seep 58), 
*Cole L. R. Sons (dealers), 
" : Schafter & Bei-g (farm wagon), 

I Campbell A. M. (dealer), 
" Downey E. S. (dealer), 

Elliott A. M. (dealer), 
Arba/ Fi.sk & Sou (light), 
ArcadiayFritz Hiram (light and wagon), 



Atwood 
A uburn 



), '• 



Aurora 



Argos 



Kerr &, Nelson (repairers), 
Lanesberry Alex, (repairers). 
Walker A. (repairer), 
Baum E. F. (dealer), 
Drake N. L. (dealer). 
Pilgrim D. (wagon). 



Avilla 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO. 



M'f'i-8 of WHITE and AXTIQIE 

WOOD FILLERS, 
J CHICAGO. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 






176 



INUIAXA. 



CONNERSVILLE BUGGY GOMPA 

J. N. HUSXOM, Pres't. 

WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS, COI^ ^^ ERSVI LLE. IND. 




Curriaye and Wagon Maktrs—contiinu-d. ^L;uijrad Edward (repairer), 

Smitli Joseph E. (repairer). Bainbridge Dettbreuiier A. (repairer). 

*Edmundson John (dealer), Ballxc Folhner & Landeniau (dealers), 

Paxson «t Giissell (repairers), " j Haun Smith (dealei). 

Roljerts Amos (repairer), Banqiio : Heaves & Co. (repairers), 

"•■Decker & Hoeiker (dealer-), Batesville : Huff &, Co. (deal rs), 

*Hilienhraud & Mitchell (dealers), 
Kir.<iclibaiimL (repairer), " 

>Mozer A. (repairer), 
Schrader Henry B. (wagon), 
*Benzell, Aldenhagen & Co. (dealers), Bedford 
Kranke & Owen (wagon), 

J. & Sous (light and 



Bremen — 



Bell Uuioii 
Benton 

Billingsville 
Bird's Eye 



Bluffton 



/Wallheiser 
wagon). 
Barnes VV. H. (repairer) 
Berry M. B. (wagon), 
Hilbush Henry (wagon), 
Steck Jacob (wagon), 
Patrick Jessie (repairer), 

/Ramp I. L. (light, heavy and wagon). 

Bloomfield 
Baugher W. M. (wagon), Bloomingsburg 

*Allen W. J. (dealer), Bloomingtou 

*Baker, Boyd & Co. (dealers), 
Clark Wm. A. (wagon), '' 

Gilmore James (wagon), " 

McGinncs David (dealer), " 

*Neeld & Co. (dealers), 
Rogers N. B. (dealer), 
Ryan James (wagon and dealer), " 

Winslow R. L. (dealer), 
Bly A. F. (wagon), 
*Brickley L. A. & Sons (dealers), 
*Brown J. L. (dealer), 
Deam Harry (dealer), 

. Junkin W T. (light and -wagon). 
*Justus & Beil (dealers), 
Lesh Harry (road cart), 
Runyan W. P. (wagon), 

Ritter William (dealer), Boone Grove 

Baker & Youngblood (dealers), Boonville 

*Gordner Charles (dealer), " 

Gordner VVm. (repairer), " 

*Pelzer & Weyerbacker (wagon dealers), " 
Veck N. (wagon), " 

*Babcock L. R. (dealer), Bourbon 

•Hiues A. D. (light and wagon), " 

^- Hupp A. & Sou (light and wagon), " 

McCruram Calvin B. (heavy wagon), " 
McCrumm Jas. C. (light), " 

*Nue & Davis (dealers), " 

Ringenberg & I3rother (dealers), " 

Royer Bros, (dealers). Bowling Green 

Seller C. & F. (wagon), Bradford 

*Bryson John G. (dealer), 
*Haberly George (wagon), 
Morgal John (wagon), 
Stough J. S. (wagon), 

X Stunkard Bros, (light and wagon), 
Weaver & Adams (dealers), 
*Winkelpleck & Kennedy (^wagon), 



-'Koontz John (repairer), " 

Schultz & Wyraugh (light and 

wagon), " 

Price George W. (repairer), Brighton 

Duesler J. S. (wagon). Brimfield 

Johnson D H. (re|)airer). Bristol 

Hawkins Frank T. (repairer), Brook 

Smock ifc Son (repairers), Brookfleld 

Reuner William (wagon), Brooklyn 

Brown John (wa^on), Brookston 

Chilton G. T. (dealer) 

Ryan A. (wagon), " 

Masters tt. P. (repairer and dealer). 

Brookville 

Toper Geo & Son (dealers), 

*Bollis VV. R. (dealer), 

Frysinger William (dealer), 

Lubker D. H. (dealer), 

Knasl George (light), 

Echard D. T. (rejiairer). 

Hildebraudt Charles (wagon), 

Williams Clayton (wagon). 

Miller Robert (dealer). 

Laulz John C. (dealer). 

McFerran H. B. (wdgou). 

Fielder John (repairer), 

Johustonbaugh D. (wagon), 

Moore Thomas J. (wagon), 
/Johnson F. H. (wagon), 

Brandenburg & Spence (repairers), 

Cambridge City 
•Funk M. (light and dealer), 

Harued A. B. (dealer), 

"Masson J. W. & Bro. (dealers), " 

Tabke C. H. (wagon), 

Budd Isaiah (wagon), Camden 

Gardner J. J. (dealer), " 

*Ray & Rice (dealers*, " 

Bringle J. B. (repairer), Campbellsburg 

LehraaLn Wm. (repairer and dealer), 

Cannelton 

McCosky A. A. (wagon), Canton 

Greentield Elias (repairer and 

dealer), Carlisle 

Lisman & Schroeder (repairers and 

dealers), " 

*Roberts & Alumbaugh (dealers), 

Reynolds C. W. (repairer), 
Brazil Dunn E J. (dealer). 

Hill William S. (repairer), 

Hunnicult John (repairer), 

McCarlv J. F. (repairer), 
VTalbert'S. S. (wagon), 

Stevic John L. (repairer), 

Merkle John (wagon). 



Brownstown 



Brownsville 

Brunswick 

Bryant 

Bunker Hill 

Burnett Creek 

Burnsville 

Burrows 

Butlerville 
Cadiz 



Carmel 
Carthage 



Cedarville 
Celestine 



RINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 



^: 






BINGHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAG-ONS. 

New Style this Tear. 



WRITE FOB CUTS 

OF OUR liEADERS 

FOR 1891. 



For Explanatory Kotes, see p 95. 






INDIANA. 



177 



% 



continued. 

Celestine 
Centreville 



Chariest own 

Charlottsville 

Chili 

Churubuscc) 



Clav Citv 



Clermom 
Cloverdaie 



Coatesville 
Coffee 
Colfax 

Columbia Citv 



OirrUifje and Wtiyon Makers 

Miller A. F. (waj^on). 

Baker Clark R. (repairer), 

Dunbar J. A. & Co. (dealers), 
/Lantz John G. (wagon), 

Green Wm. (wagon), 

McCoy J. T. (wagon). 

Kinder Henry (watioii), 

Gilbert Fred L. (repairer), 

Hosack Jos. (wagon). 

Hosack & Maver (desilers), 

Ma.xwell G. \V. (dealer), 

Mayer Theo. (dealer). 

*Taylor J. M. (dealer). 

Gall \Yilliam (dealer). 

Hasbaugh J. R. (repairer), 

Jensen A. (repairer), 

Miessen & Smith (dealers), 

Quear Charles (wagon), 

*Br}-son Richaid (dealer), 

Funkhonser S. S. (wagon), 

Kirkham George (wagon). 

"Middleraas D. C. (dealer), 

Oberhaltzer & Travis (dealers), 

Davidson W. A. (wagon), 

Broadstreet A. G. (dealer), 

*0'Daniel & Layne (dealers), 

Poynter Jesse (repairer), 

Lakin William N. (repairer), 

Bledsoe John R. (wagon), 

Pendry Geo. (dealer). 

Slaughter G. W. (wagon), 

Beeson B. F. (wagon\ 

*Daniel & Bro. (dealers), 
y^Harper George H. (light) and wagon) 

Horlh James A. (light), 

*Kniseley & McNear (dealers), 

"Jones, Baker tt Co. (dealers), 
^Lynch John W. (light), 
^McCoy Charles (light), 

North John S. (wagon), 

Ramp Bros, (dealers). 

Schneider & Son (wagon), 

*Sell William (dealer). 

Boyer A J. & Son (dealers). 

Gaffney & Mason (light and wagon), 

Jackson Buggy Works (light and 
wagon). 

Kendall W. F. (light and wagon), 

Kerr tt Miller (dealers). 

May Benjamin (wagon). 

*Schwartzkopf J. G. & Son (dealers), 

Schultz Henry F. (w^agon), " 

Stevens F. M. & Co. (dealers), 

Becket & Burt (dealers), Connersville 

^CONNERSVILLE BTJGGY CO. 

(builders of tine buggies and 
sewing machine wagons, whole- 
sale mfrs.) — (See opp page), " 
*Goodmau Jacob (farm wagon), " 
Heeb George (repairer), " 
Heeb William (repairer), " 
Loper Geo. & Sons (dealers), " 
J^McFarlan Carriage Co. (wholesale 

mfrs, light and wagon), ' ' 

*Ross & Lau- (dealers), " 

^Bulliett V. H. & Co. (dealers), 
Bulliett & Bline (dealers), 
^Miller Alex & Co. (dealers), 
Butt George (repairer). 



Covington 



Crooked Creek 
Cross Plains 
Crothersville 



Dale 



Daleville 



Danville 



Prather J. T. (repiiirer), 

Hobb George (dea'er). 

*Abraham & Watson (dealers), Crawfordsville 

Beckner & Buser (dealers). " 

*Coh(ion & Fiisher (cart dealers), " 

Gerard & Bloss (lighi), " 

Hughes A. S. (trimmer). " 

"Mahornev Zack »fc Sons (farm wag- 
on deillers), 119 and 121 East Main, " 

.Miller Albert S. (dealer). 
^.Miller J. S. & Co. (light), 

Pursell John (repairer), 

Ramsey & Pattison (light). 

Smith Reuben (wagon), " 

CicerOyj'Sprow Jacob (light^. " 

^Tinsley & ]Martin (dealers), " 

Woodson B. F. (repairer). 

Miller Abner (wagon). 

Hunter Charles P. (wagon), 

McCoy James M. (repairer), 

Rider 'Riley (ligl)t). 

*Hack Joseph (light and wagon). Crown Point 

"Sasse Henry Jr. (dealer), " 

Schroder Charles (repairer), " 

Seberger Frank (dealer), 

Eberhardt G. (wagon), 

Ofer Lorenz (dealer), 

Thompson W. S. (dealer), 

*Turnham G. W. (dealer), 

Hollinger C. (wagon). 

Snider Edwin C. (buggy), 

Stewart John V. (wagon). 

Steward & Ditts (wagon dealer), 

Adams W. F. (repairer). 

Dill Charles (repairer), 

McCurdy Bros, (dealers), 

McCurdj- C. G. (repairer and wagon 
dealer), 
y|'"Xeiger Fred (wagon), 

Richmond & Adams (dealers), 

Rowe John (dealer), 

Dayton Carriage Co.), 

*Burns M. (dealer), 

^Ellsworth J. E. & Co. (light and 
wagon), 

Gleeting John (dealer), 

*King John Jr. (wagon), 

Randall David H. (repairer), 

'•Schafer Bros, (dealers), 

Smith J. & Bro. (wagon), 
yi-Armitage George (light), 

Armitage & Gurle}' (repairers), 

Badorf I. S. (repairer), 

Budd John I. (wagon). 

Day John H. (dealer), 

*Delphi Wagon Works, Fisher & 
Bradshaw props., farm wagon, 
also dealers), 

Finley J. R. (repairer), 

Griffith Isaac (wagon dealer), 

"Gros Christian (dealer), 

Gustavel L. (dealer), 

AVheeler Bofman (repairer), 

Davis W. H. (light), 

Guj^er E. A. (wagon), 

Kirby W. W. (buggy), 
Corydon »Wooley J. N. (wagon), 
''Calvent J. N. '(dealer), 

Perlee William (wagon), 

Tholke F. H. (light). 



Columbus 



Covington 



Dayton 
Decatur 



Delphi 



/ 



Denver 



Dillsboro 



CARRIAGE "I — )RI 

AT^AT^OOTJES JL ^RI 



RIXXED BY THE 

CE. LEE & ADKINS CO. 



^ 



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178 



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Carnage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

PMgart Jacob & Son (wagon), 
King Nathan (reoairer), 
Carmony T. F. (dealer), 
Hemmerlein G. J. (wagon), 
*Evans & Girton (dealers), 
Mendenhall J. B. & Sou (repairers), 
Sipe & Sipe (repairers). 
Teague & Power (repairers), 
Shaffer J. (repairer). 
Gunchel C O. (wagon), 
Wriijbt Luna (wagon). 
*Griffith Charles (repairer), 
Keightly C. L. (dealer). 
Scholler John (repairer). 
/Van Dorn T. U. (wagon), 
*\Vilbur G. E. (dealer), 
Krou.sgrill & Bro. (wagon), 
Susott Louis (wagon dealer), 
Elzea Ellison (repairer), 
Elsea Scott (repairer), 
*Springer Co. The (dealers). 
Wills & Reynolds (dealers), 
Campbell E. A. (trimmer), 
_„*Elkbart Carriage and Harness Mfg. 
" Co. The (light work and spring 

wagon), 
^Indiana Buggy Co. (light and cart, 

wholesale mfrs.), 
Linder^nan J. (repairer), 
*Paxson Bros, (dealers), 
/.Reed J. L. (farm wagou and dealer 

in light work, 
Ressler J. S. (Avagon), 
Schaffer k Rice (dealers), 
Stuck George (repairer). 
Union Carriage Works, D. Harmau 

prop, (repairers), 
Warner Jacob F. & Sou (repairers), 
Shook & Faulkner (dealers), 
*Worley (F. E. (dealer), 
Johnson Charles (farm wagon), 
Boldon Cal (repairer), 
Chenoweth & Miles (repairers), 
Dooley M. L. (repairer), 
Townsend Wm. L. (dealer). 



Horubrook & Co. (dealers). 24 and 
Disko ' 26 Upper Water, Evansville 

Dora *Kroneuberger v& Barnett (dealers), 
Dublin 402 Upper Fifth, 

DuBoi'!/*Launert J. G. & Son (light and deal- 
Dunkirk ers), 600 and 602 Main, 

" /Limberger Jacob M. (wagon), 312 
" Lincoln av, " 

Lutz Enoch (wagon), 620 Third av, 
Marliu A. J. (dealer), 
Raues Wm. (repairer), 111 Lower 

Water, 
Schmitt George (wagou), 508 Upper 

Fourth, 
Schmute August (wagon), 508 Upper 

Fourth, 
*Seidel Charles (wagou), 11 Lower 

First, 
*Single Center Spring Co. (light and 

dealers), Pennsylvania, " 

i Staunard & Jamison (repairers), " 

/Loper George & Sous (light, whole- 
sale mfrs.), Fairfield 
' Loper S. (wagou), " 
y.VIcCollum <fe Son (light and wagon), Fairlaud 
1 Hanshew Newton (wagou), Fairmouut 
Hiatt M. A. (dealer), 
Latham L. P. (dealer), 

Rea D. P (repairer), Falmouth 

*Eby T. O. (dealer). Farmland 

Jones Daniel (repairer), " 

Wilson W. W. (repairer and dealer), " 
Bromm Fred, (wagou), Ferdinand 

*Droste M. (wagon), 
*Gohmann J. B. (dealer), 
Kuapp Charles (wagon), " 

Lusch Antou (wagou), " 

jfRuss John (wagon), " 

" I Eiken berry & Riuehart (dealers). Flora 

Elletsville GerholkAdam (wagou), " 

Rowland & Steckel (ight aud wagou), " 
* Wheeler J. M. & Co. (dealers), 



Dyer Station 

Eaton 

Economy 

Edinburu: 



Edwardsville 

Elberfield 

Elizabethtowu 



Elkharl 



Elston 

Elwood 

Eminence 



■Drew A. (wagon). 



Etna Green 
Eureka 



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Althoff Fred. C. (wagon), 3 2d av, 

(p 50,674), Evansville 
y*Babcock efe Viele Carriage Co. 
.-''' (light), (wholesale mfrs.). Syca- 
more c Fifth, ' ' 

Barrenfanger C. W. (wagon), 117 
and 119 Upper Fifth, 

*Becker Bros, (farm wagon), 816 

West Pennsylvania, " 

^Becker Clias. (repairer), " 

Cameron J. M. (repairer), " 

*Davidson, Blount «& Co. (wagon), c 

Fifth and Locust, " 

/*Hammerstein Frank (light), 326 Up- 
per Fourth, " 

Hammerstein & Schmitt (repairers), 
2 Upper Eighth, 

Heidt & Wayman (farm wagou deal- 
ers), 917 aud 919 Main, 

Heil G. W. & Co. (dealers), c Frank- 
lin and St. Joseph avs, " 

*Herrmanu Bros. Mfg. Co. (wagou 

and dealers), 19 Main c Illinois, " 



Bacon T. J. (wagon). Fort Branch 

Brokaw W. W. (dealer), 
Davis George W. (dealer), " 

Lowe E. M. (repairer), " 

ir*Low W. J. (dealer), " 

Quindry John (light), " 

Stone J. J. (light), " 

Wright L. H. (repairer). 

Helms Bros, (dealers), Fortville 

Hiday tfe Yarger (repairers), " 

McCarthy & Sons (wagon), " 

White & Hiday (dealers), 
Albrecht M. L. (light), c Barr and 

Main, Fort Wayne 

/Baker B. H. (light and wagon), 16 

and 18 Lafayette, ' ' 

*Bell Joe W. (dealer), 13 East Co- 
lumbia, " 
*Brossard Geo. W. (wagon), 148 West 

Main, 
*Chauvey Bros, (wagon and buggy), 

35 East Superior, " 

J'*City Carriage Works, The (light 

wholesale mfrs.), 11 and 13 Clay, " 
*Clausmeier E. F. & Co. (dealers), 

50 and 52 East Columbia, 
Dudenhoefer, Bueker & Scherer, 11 

and 13 Clav, 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — contimied. Benineton S. P. (dealer) 

Ehrmann Charles (farm and spring /Collins Jacob (wagon), 

wagon), 149 West Main, Fort Wayne Eisenbrey J. & J. (dealers), 



Galveston 



/ 



Harter J. (repairer), 170 West ^lain, 

Horstmau Louis (trimmer), 9 East 
Superior, 

*OLDS' WAGON WORKS, (whole- 
sale mfrs. farm wagon and the 
Wayne Road Wagon) — (See front 
col'd p IV), Murray n Calhoun, 

Parham F. C. & J. M. (dealers), 29 
and 31 Barr, 

*PfeifEer & Schlatter (wagon deal- 
ers), 38 East Columbia. 

Roesener F. (wagon), 356 Broad- 
way and Taylor, 

Rose Henry A. (farm and spring 
wagon), 10 North Calhoun, 

Shordon & Alderman (dealers), 61 and 
63 East Columbia, 

SMITH E. C. (trimmer). 16 and 18 
Lat'ayeite — (See p 58), 

Sovine Samuel (repairer), 



Garrett 

Geneva 

Gleuwood 

Goblesville 

Goodland 



Goshen 



/ 



/ 



Spereisen Jacob A. (wagon), 165 

Fairfield av, 
^Storm Jos. A. M. (wagon dealer), 7 

East Columbia, " 

Thiel William (wagon), 146 West 

Main, 
Vogele}'' Andrew (farm wagon), 

Maumee road and Ohio, " 

Wise Wm. (repairers), 363 Calhoun, 
*Zollinger L. C. (farm and spring 

wagon), 13 East Superior, " 

Zurbucii Jos. F. (wagon), 387 West 

Main, 
Wood M. (repairer), Fountain 

Osborne L. (repairer). Fountain City 

*^ Williams Elza & Co. (dealers), 
Gerbig Xicholas (w;i<ron), Fountaiutown 

Brake Ed. V. (dealer). Fowler 

/*Lobdell J. C. (lisht and heavy), 
*Smith J. P. (dealer), 
Suj'der & Son (dealers), 
*ApplegateE. H. (dealer). 
Granger George (repairer). 
*Couller ife Dinwiddle (dealers), 
*Doruer P. (dealer), 
yKern P. J.J_light), 



/ 



^Lineback T. J. (light), 



Branigan & Winchester (dealers), 

*Duncan & Seward (dealers), 

Grave George H. (repairer), 
•*Hite & Clark (light and wagon), 

Jacobs Bennett (dealer), 

"Mullendore J. M. & Co. (dealers), 
/Tarlton Charles W. (light and wagon) 



Frankton 



Fredericksburg 
Freelandsville 

Fremont 



Davis B. F. & Co. (wagon), 
^ Black J. Henry (repairer), 

Jochen John (wagon), 

Wagner William (wagon). 

Finch L. M. (wagon), 

McClue William (dealer), 

Noyes F. (dealer), 

Pfifer Fred, (wagon), 
/Jarvis J. P. (light and wagon), 

Schulenburg S. (wagon). 

*Lewry Wm. &Son (light and wagon), 

Furnessville 



Holler J. G. (repairer). 



Feister S. L. (repairer). 

Smith & Venose (repairers). 

Cook Striggle (wagon), 

Andrews Martin (wagon), 

Kaylor H. (repairer). 

Brook Peter (dealer). 

Getting H. E. (repairer), 

*Grey & Burgess (dealers), 

Herath Wm. (repairer), 

Lynch James (wagon). 

Perry tt Co. (dealers), 

Poison J. (repairer), 

Skiff A. O. (dealer), 

Andrews Bros, (dealers), 

-*Case, Foster & Jackson (light and 

road cart, wholesale mfrs.). 
Chapman David (light), 
Delotter Aaron (repairer), 
Garber it Showalter (liirht), 

GOLD BASE CARRIAGE SUP- 
PLY CO. (trimmers)— (See p 58), 
*Goshen Bujgy Top Co. (trimmers), 
Goshen Imptement Co. The (deal- 
ers), 
*Goshen Road Wagon and Cart Co., 
Hope Frederick (repairer), 
*McAllister W. A. (dealer), 
Price VV. P. (repairer), 
"Stutz & Walker (light and road 

cart, wholesale mfrs.), 
Swank C. S. (repairer), 
^Welch Phillip A. (wagon dealer), 
^Whiltaker Bros, (light and wagon), 
*Zigler John (light), 
Dunnegan O. B. & Co. (light and 

wagon, also dealers), 
Hart Eck (dealer), 

Stines Wm. (wagon), " 

■•^VanBuskirkJ.^T. (dealer), 
" /^Bicknell George (farm wagon and 
" dealer), Greencastle 

FrancesvillBy^Bicknell Jacob (repairer and wagon 
Francisco . dealer), " 

Frankfort *Cawley John (dealer), '* 

" *Cooper George B. & Bro. (dealers), " 

Houck Richard, (repairer), " 

" Pfeitlenl)L'rger Charles A. (repairer), " 

Franklin /Reuick & Curtis (light and road cart 

" ' and dealers), " 

" I Snyder Lewis (repairer), " 

■ Weik Frederick (repairer), 
Barr »& jMorford (iigbt and heavy), Greenfield 
Everson N. '(repairer), 
Gant VV. S. (dealer), 

*Hinchman J. M. (dealer), " 

Meek J. C. (repairer), " 

*Smith & Jeffries (dealers), " 

Walker & Welsh (repairers), " 

Wray S. W. (wagon). 

" Smith & Boothro3'd (repairers), 

" Conner E. F. (repairer), 

j Coy & Imlay (light), 

Friendship Gaines & Fletcher (dealers), 

Hazelrigg & Billings (dealers). 
Hunter & Co. (dealers). 
Lusenbell & Sons (dealers), 



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Gosport 



Green Hill 
Greensburg 



GallaudetyThomson C. A. (light). 






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Ml 



Carrioge and Wagon Makers — continurd. 

Parsons J. W. (repairer and dealer). 

Green tow 11 
Bishop W. H. (wagon), 
Scott & Hoyt (dealers). 
Conover & Loutz (repairers), 
McConnaughey T. L. (repairer), 
Plummer ifc Co. (dealers), 
Taylor Jacob (dealer), 
Wedekind T. (wagon). 
Brown O. P. (dealer), 
Chicago Carriage and Cutter 

(light). 
Knoerzer & Weis (repairers), 
Livingston S. (repairer), 
Nies Jacob (repairer), 
Kiesler George (wagon), 
Schillo J. A. (repaiier), 
Schuetz Frank (repairer), 
Sommers Jacob (repaiier), 
Lopshire Louis (wagon), 
Stopher John (buggy and wagon) 
Anderson J. Q. (wagon), 
Bevinglon S. P. (dealer), 
Isenbrey J. H. (dealer), 
*Thomas Thomas (dealer), 
Jager Charles H. (wagon). 



Greenwooil 
Hagerstown 



Hamilton 
Co. 
Hammoinl 



Hancock 
Hanover Center 

Hardinsburg 
Harlan 



Harmony 



^Bowman & Co. (light and 



Hartford 
wagon), 

Hartford Ciiy 



Hartsville 



Harveysburgli 

Hausertown 

Haysvilie 

Headlee 

Hebr.ai 



Elton C. A. (wagon), 

Hiatt O. H. (dealer). 

Spence W. H. & Sous (dealers), 

Sudworth William C. (wagou), 
y Coots D. W. (light and wagou), 
' Phillippy A. N. (wagou), 

Wright & Beusou (dealers), 

Wilkius George (wagou). 

Travis Albert (repairer), 

Aulenburger F. (wagou), 

Boger A. (wagou), 

Dilley J. B. (dealer), 

Gidley George (dealer), 

Nelson William (dealer), 

Nichols G. A. (dealer), 
/Patrick J. (wagon). 

Rice Rufus (dealer), 

Spreuzl George (wagou), 

Wagou George W. (wagon dealer) 

Smith L-a L. (repairer). 

Chick Charles (repairer), 
^ Wood Louis W. (wagou), 

Adair George (wagou), 

Battermau Edward (dealer), 

Jory ]\[. W. & Sou (wagou), 

*Scholler William «fe Sou (repairers), 

Wellmeyer & Weremeyer (wagou), 

Cutberth W. H. (farm wagon), 

Milligau O. (light and wagon), 

Neff John (repairer), 
y Albright L. (light and wagou), 
' Bauman William M. (repairer), 

J)ouglass William E. (repairer), " 

Murphy George W. (repairer), " 

Neligh Sherman (light), 
/Robertson D. A. (light), 

Hillemeyer H. H. (light and wagon), 

Huutingburgh 

Roettger & Meyer (light and wagon), 

Schueck & Frick (wagon), " 

Alles Jacob (wagou), Huntington 



Heuryville 

Hessville 

Hillsboro 

Hoagland 

Hobart 



Holland 

Hollaudsburg 

Holton 

Honey Creek 

Hope 



Beaver E. (wagon), Huntington 

Hall Sidney (wagon), " 

*Kindler John (dealer). " 

Zahu P. H. (dealer), 

Abright Charles F. (repairer). 211 

West Vermont, (p 107,445) Indianapolis 

Backus V. M. tt Co. (liuht and deal- 
ers). 12 and 14 Circle. 

Belz F. P. (wao-ou), 79 to 83 West 
Market, 

*Bernd Bros. & Co. (wairon and 
truck), 69 West Morrisr 

Black C. H. Mfir. Co. The(lisht), 44 

East Maryhind, ^ " ' ' 

*Bohmie J. M. (light and wa son), 
223 and 225 East Washington, 

Bowman Robert (repairer), rear 281 

West Washington, " 

^Bradley, Holton & Co. -(jobbers), 
177 to 181 East Washington, 

*Bucl)auau Joseph W. (wagon and 
truck), 25 to 29 South East. 

Burgan John C. (wagon), Ohio c 

Delaware, " 

*Conde H. T. Implement Co. (deal- 
ers), 76 and 78 West Washing- 
ton, 

*Creamer & Scott Co. The (road cart, 
wholesale mfrs.), cor 8th and L. 
E. &W. R. R., 

Cunninirham (Jhristopher (wauon), 
122"Hillside av. 

Banner & Co. (repairers), 849 South 

Meridian, " 

Davis Edwin M. (wagon), 301 West 

Washington, " 

Eaton William (repairer), 281 W^est 

Washington, " 

Elder & Hafmon (dealers), 67 West 

Washington, " 
/Fike Jacob (light), 48 and 50 Ken- 
tucky av, " ■ 

Forshee G. W. (repairer), 222 Massa- 
chusetts av, " 

Glattf elder Henry (wagou), 447 South 

Delaware, " 

*Guedelhoefer John (wagon), Ken- 
tucky av and Georgia, " 

Hartmau Frederick (wagon). 220 East 
South, 

"Heifer A. A. & Son (lischt, also 

dealers), 39 and 41 North Ten- 

nessee, " 

Helfrich .\dam (wagou), 363 West 

Washington, " 

Hill & Wulf (repairers), c Peru and 

Christian av, " 

V*Howland & Johnson (dealers), 75 
aud 77 West Washiniitou, 

^INDIANAPOLIS WAGON CO. 

(liirht and wagon, wholesale 

mfrs.), 231 to 237 South Tennessee, " ' 
Kammacher Henry (wasron), rear 

353 Madison av, 
Kayser Nicholas (wagon), 499 South 

Delaware, " 

*Koehring B. & Son (dealers), 532 

Viririnia av, " 

Kramer'jacob J. (light), 213 and 215 

East Market, " 



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181 



Carriarje nnd Wagon Makers — continued. 
yLamme W. D^ (liiiht aud wagon), 



Indianapolis 
North 



108 North Delaware, 

Martin Gilbert (repairer), 646 
West, 

McKinley Hugh (repairer), 335 Mas- 
sachusetts av, 

Miller George W. & Co. (light and 
delivery wagon), 86 aud >iS East 
New York, 

Miller John F. (repairer), 384 to 386 
Dillon. 

Nolting C. H. (repairer), 701 North 
IMississippi, 

O'Reiley IMartin J. (repairer), 301 
West Washington, 

*PARRY MFG: CO., (road cart, 
wholesale lufrs.) — (See front 
cover), 

*Robbins Irvin & Co. (light, heavy 
aud hearse), 32 East Georgia, 

Rubush J. xl. (repairer), 865 South 
Meridian, 

Schneider Courad (repairer), 353 Madi- 
.son av, 

*Schofield George K. (dealer), 82 
East Market, 

Schweikle & Prange (wagon and 
truck), 424 aud 426 East Wash- 
ington, 

*Shover G. H. (wagon and dealer in 
light). 172 to 178 East Market, 

Silvers Bros, (repairers), 401 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Stark Christian (repairer), 299 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Suduieyer Charles H. (wagon). 349 
South Meridian, 

Sturtevant A. H. & Co. (dealers), 3 
&4 Board of Trade bdg.. 

VICTORY BUGGY WORKS. F. 
M. Siminonds prop, (light, 
wholesale rafrs.), 182 East Pearl, 

Wischmyer Henry (repairer), 123 
East Pearl, 

*Schafer George (dealer). 

Kellems Thomas (wagon dealer), 

Barringer Wm. (repairer), Jamestown 

/Miller Richard (light and wagon), " 

^ Orear W. H. & Co. (dealers)^ 

Cassidy H. & Co. (dealers), Jasper 

Kuebler John (wagon), " 

Wagner G. P. (wagon), 

*Holzbog George & Son (light and 

wagon), Jeflfersonville 

/•Hydron Wra. & Son (light and wag- 
on), 

Hawkins W. P. (wagon), Jessup' 

Lotridge F. M. (repairer). Jonesboro 

Spence S. R. (dealer), 

Spence & Wilson (dealers), " 

Whitsou R. A. (repairers), " 

/Sanders J. H. (wagon), Jonesville 

Sanders & Seelc (repairer), '' 

Belhart G. A. (dealer), Kendallville 

Campbell Plenry (repairer), " 

Foley J. (repairer), " 

Sticht H. J. (dealer), 



/ 



Daniel A. J. (light work and farm 



wuf'on) 



Dodson Bros, (dealers), Kentland 

V Paulson Bros, (wagon), " 

Perry William & Son (dealers), " 
Plunkett Bros, (repairers and dealers), " 
Schuh J. Jr. (dealer). 

Norris A. C. (wag(»n), Kewanna 

Zellers Samuel L. (repairer), " 

Gallaher W. A. (repaire.i), Kirklin 

llaase William (wagon), Klaasville 

*Culbertson L. ^I. (dealer), Kuightstown 
Heaton White jM. (wagon), 
McGraw E. G. (dealer), 

O'lMalia James (repairer). " 

yj/Richardson Samuel (wagon), " 

Thayer H. (repairer), " 
*VViigoner W. P. & Sou (dealers), 
Wallace C. S. (wagon), 

*Armstroiig, Landon & Huut Co. 

(dealers), Kokomo 
Lowe & Earner (dealers), " 
Moore Deck (repairer and dealer), " 
Ogden G. T. (light) 
Reed & Derek (light), 
Richmond & Jerger (dealers), 
Sipe Geo. W. (dealer), " 
Robinson B. F. (repairer), Lacouia 
*Rapp M. A. & Son (light aud deal- 
ers in wagons). Ladoga 
>*Anderson Peter (light and heavy), LaFaj^ette 
i^alkman Edward, 

Beruiardi Peter (repairer), " - 

*Biehn Joseph (wagon), " 

*Bower Jacob (wagon), " 

Brickler Simon (repairer), " 

Clemens Frank (wagou), " 
Grubb William E. (repairer), 
Hall B. J. (dealer), 

*Jamison Bros, (dealers), " 

/'*Johnson & Reule (dealers), " • 

Kessler Jacob (repairer), " 
Marks G. A. (repairer), 

Metzger A. tfe Son (repairers), " 

^O'BRIEN WAGON CO. (farm 
wagon, wholesale mfrs. — (See 

next page). " ' 

Inwood Oden Charles (repairer), '• 

Ireland Perel Augustus S. (dealer), " 

Kuss & Dorsam (repairer), " 

*Sears Myron E. (dealer), 

Siitz & Burkhnrdt (farm wagon), " 

Strebe Henry (repairer), " 

*\Vagstaff C. L. (dealer), 
> Wegner August (farm wagon), " 

YoungbergS. P. (light and wagon), 

Glor David (repairer), La Grange 

*Huss & Musser (dealers), " 

*Knauss B. F. (light), 

RoyerE. (dealer), 

Sffton T. n. (repairer and dealer), " 

Shaffer G. L. (repairer). 

Lynch & Clifford (wagon), 

McNown & Noouau (light and 
wagon). 

Perry & Werntz (wagon), 

Hyatt H. J. (light and w'agon), 

.Miller George W. (wagon), 

*Crane B. F. (dealer). 

Eagle Carriage and Wagon Works, 
Croft and Lnndquist, props. 
Kenuard (light work and farm wagon). 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued 
Hogle .1' :\rcCartv (dealers). 
tLAPORTE WOOD MFG. CO. 

(light, wholesale mfrs.)— (See p 

57). 
/Miller & Wild (light and wagon), 
*Pitner W. C. & Son (light and road 

cart, also dealers), 
Swanson C. J. & Son (wagon), 
*Way & Travis (dealers), 
Wegner W. C. (repairer), 
Clark L. B (wagon). 
*Day & Reiboldt (dealers), 
Moster A. & L. (wagon), 
Weir & Son (light and wagon), " 

Plummer Fred (wagon), Lawrence 

Eramenecker Jos. (wagon), Lawreuceburg 
Fike William (light and wagon), " 

JAMES & MAYER BUGGY 00. 

(light, wholesale mfrs.) — (See 

below), 
Rabe Walter (repairer), " 

Schl otter M. (repairer), " 

Hiser C. V. (dealer), Leavenworth 



Leesburg 



Letter's Ford 
Lewis 



Liberty 



Jenner Bros, (dealers), 
y Lindley James F. (light and wagon), 
Mcintosh John H. (wagon), 
Ott G. S. & Sou (wagon), 
*Brown Bros, (dealers). 
Cox & Adams (light), 
Dicks & Patterson, 
Richmond & Shirley (dealers), 
Schooler J. H. (dealer). 



Armington Bros, (wagon), 
La Porte ^Knight Chas. (wagon), 

" Geisinger Herman (repairer), 
Dunn J. L., 

Atkinson & Izor (repairers and deal- 
ers), Lewisville 
Fivecoat David (wagon), 
Hool Benj. repairer), " 
Mcllvaine A. R. (dealer), 
*Bertch & Wilson (dealers), 
" Ernst D. P. (repairer and dealer). 
Laurel Evans Thomas D. (dealer), 
" /Jones William (wagou), 
" *Lewiston & Sou (dealers), 
" , Loper & Son (wagon). 

Sharp & Leonard (wagou dealers), 
Yaryan John (repairer), 
"Baum M. & Co. dealers), 
/*Graham J. L. (light, wholesale 

' mfrs.). "- 

i * Jacobs E. & Co. (dealers), 
' *Mier Sol. (dealer), 

*Straus Bros. & Co. (dealers), " 

Warren L. C. (light), 
> Kimball O. A. (wagon), Lima 

' White Frank (wagon), 
" I Holloway John (wagon), Llncoluville 

" Galbraith J. W. (wagou), Linden 

Lebanon Dunbar Leander, Liun Grove 

" ! Morgan E. A. (dealer), Liutou 

" i Richmond & Fowler (dealers), Lizton 

" \ West Charles (wagon), Lockport 

" 1 Boerger Frederick (wagon), Logansport 



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183 



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Carriacje and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Bush A. (wagon). Logansport 

*Busjahn Frederick (repairer), " 

*Dougiass J. M. (farm wagon dealer), " 
Eckert Christ (repairer), 
y-Fhinagau George ^V. (farm wagon 

dealer). " 

*Harrison George (dealer), " 

*Holl)ruiier & Uhl (light), 
*Immel T. J. (dealer), 

^*Jackson John (light), " 

*Keiser William H. (wagon), " 

Kreiss Bros, (dealers), " 

/Long J. F. (repairer), " 

Meyer John (repairer), " 

Shaver J. B. (repairer), " 

Smith Bros, (dealers), " 

Talbott & Randolph (dealers), 
*Tucker Henry (dealer), " 

Berg Nic. (repairer), Lowell 

DeWitt Joseph A. & Son (dealers), " 

y Klein N. (wagon), 

' Maxwell Bros, (dealers), 

Bergen Christ (dealer), Lynnville 

Kleinmau William (repairer). " 

McClure W. G. (repairer and dealer). Mace 
Farr Jacob N. (repairer), Macksville 

Case Orvis (dealer), Macy 

Pulver Henry (wagon), " 

Chapman & Co. (dealers), Madison 

*Fisher & Richert (light and dealers), " 
Herin Samuel (dealer), " 

Miller C. H. & A. D. (repairers), 
Richardson C. P. (dealer), 

/ Smyth John S. (repairer), " 

Swalla J. A. (repairer), Majenica 

Pummil William (wagon), Manchester 

True R. S. (wagon), "^ 
Smart James & Son (buggy and road 

carl). " Manilla 

Halbleit Michael (wagon), Maria Hill 

Ross John (wagon), " 

Ross P. (wagon), " 

Pile J. W. (wagon), Marietta 

Clouse Joseph (repairer), Marion 

Davis & Sanders (wagon, also dealers), " 
Mather & Hall (dealers). 
*Price & Cox (wagon dealers), " 

Welsh Bros, (repairers), " 

*Wiuoev J. H. (dealer). " 

y Wo(')ton & Chaffee (light), 
Hamilton W. L, (wagon dealer), 
Douglas tt Son (dealers), 
*Kiefer J C. (dealer). 
Mills H. C. (repairer). 
Morgan & Co. (light and wagon), " 

*Deisch Daniel F. (wagon dealer). 

McGrawsville 
Gatzke Frederick (wagon), 
Hamilton J. D. (dealer). 
Smith George A. (wagon). 
Bash E. M. (repairer), 
Spanier John (wagon), 
Miller John L. (wagon), 
Kruger R. (wagon), 
Seigman & Kunkle (dealers), 
Hutchins Joseph (wagon), 
Dean Elmore (wagon) 



Milford 



Milhousen 
Milroy 
Milton 



Mishawaka 

i ( 

Mitchell 



Mixersville 
Monon 



Monroeville 



Monrovia 



Montezuma 
Monticello 



Marshfield 
Martinsville 



Medary villa 
Medoia 

Mento' e 

Merrill villi' 

Miami 

Michigan City 

Middlebury 
ISIilan 



Baugher Geo. 
mfr.). 



AV. (light, wholesale 



Milford 



Quilty John (repairer), 
*Shaffer & Brown (dealers), 
*ScheidIer John (wagon), 
Riche J. F. ct Son (repairers), 
Ferguson Oliver (dealer), 
Ferris C. (wagon), 
Heiney & Leviston (repairers), 
Swope W. H. (dealer), 
Warren & Son (light). 
Gay lor A. & Son (dealers), 
Leonard Edward (wagon), 
Crawford H. H. (dealer), 
Gilbert Chas. & Son (wagon), 
* James W. L. (dealer), 
TanksleylWm. (wagon), 
Lackey l^ M. (dealer), 
Hildebrand Theodore (dealer), 
Watson James S. (dealer), 
Wilson A. (repairer), 
Bottenberg & Heller (dealers), 
Doctor George (repairer), 
Elliott Robert (repairer), 
yj' Johnson vfc Jones (wagon), 
*Neizer J. B. ct Co. (dealers), 
Harvey Jonathan (wagon), 
*Lindley A. E. & Son (wagon dealers), 
Marlett David N. (wagon), 
Welsh am Thomas (light), 
Condo D. (wagon). 
Day John H. (dealer), 
Gardner Ed. R. (dealer), 
Gustave L. G. (dealer), 
Hauaway T. E. (dealer), 
McCuaig Daniel (dealer), 
Robhisou Thomas A. (wagon), 
Best Samuel (repairer), 
"Godman & Twells (dealers), 
Marshall S. H. (dealer), 
*McQueen William (repairer), 
Payne William (wagon). 
Van Alter John C. (dealer), 
Barnett B. F. (dealer), 
Dodds T. G. (repairer). 
Hall & Rollfe (repairers), 
Mason Jesse (dealer), 
Raines C. A. (dealer) 
Payne H. H. (wagon), 
Riley Leon (repairer), 
Canfield John V. (wagon). 
Backer Henry (wagon), 
Jones B. F. (repairer), 
Keller George A. (dealer), 
t:ollett J. H. (dealer), 
Crawford & Son (dealers), 
Jones G. W. (repairer), 
Obenshaw C. H. (dealer), 
Broadrick John (wagon), 
Chizum A. E. (wagon dealer), 
"Carver & Bettis (dealers), 
Marks L. C. (repairer), 
^Barter John H. ct Son (repairers). 

Mount Vernon 
*Brinkman H. & Son (wagon dealers), " 
Kaiser J. & Sou (wagon), " 

Rogers Elmer (repairer). Mount Zion 

Bear Lewis (repairer). Mulberry 

Cook Jacob (repairer), " 

Landes Francis (light), " 

Roth Ephraim P. (wagon dealer), 
Bartle Wm. R. (farm wagon), Muncie 



Montmorenci 



Montpelier 



Mooney 

Moorelield 

Moore's Hill 

Mooresville 



Morgan town 



Morocco 

t i 

Morton 
Mount Etna 



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CO. 



M'f'rs of WHITE ami ANTIQUE 

WOOD FILLERS, 
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INDIANA. 



Carnafje and War/on 3fakers — continued. 

*Bowers G. W. (dealer), Muncie 

/ *Gass Chas. (light, also dealer), " 

Hawk & Hoffman (larm wagon), " 

Heckenhaner C. (light), " 
^Klopfer Fred (light and wagon and 

dealer), 

Oard C. A. (wagon, also cart dealer), " 

Smell Max (repairer), " 
*Wachtell C. S. & Son (dealers), 

Wilson John (repairer), ' ' 

Park J. W. (repairer), Murray 
Beck & Wilke (wagon). Napoleon 

Letzler N. (wagon), " 
Brown Bros, (dealers), Nappanee 
Bryson F. G. (light and wagon), 

Gross H. (repairer), " 

Hanson C. M. (repairer), " 

*Leslie Bros. & Co. (dealer), " 

Mellinger & Green (repairers), " 

Miller & Gosper (dealers), " 

/Smith John (repairer), " 

_^.Axline D. C. (light), 70 East 3d. New Albany 
*Brown Wm. & Son (dealers), 77 and 

79 State " 
Graf H. L. (dealer), 105 State, 

"Gwin B. & Son (dealers), 74 Market. " 
*Hans Lewis (light and dealer), 26 

E. 3d, 

James Joseph A. (repairer). Pearl, " 

.*Kepley P. M. & Son (dealers). State, " 

"^ Merkle John (wagon), 85 Market, " 
Sievers Frederick (wagon), Spring 

and Lower 1st, 
Tribbley F. M. (dealer), 198 Main, 
Goldsmith G. R. (wagon, also 

dealer), New Alsace 

Hamilton Margaret M. Mrs. (dealer). 

Smith G. A. (wagon), " 

Zollman Henry (dealer), " 

Oliver Samuel'A. (repairer), Newark 

*Brummitt & Son (dealers). New Carlisle 
Buhland C. L. (repairer and dealer), 

Lendall Bros, (repairers), " 

Miller & Bulhand (wagon), 

Vail J. N. (wagon), 

■'•Burk & Saffel (light). New Castle 

Curry John (wagon dealer), " 

/*Gough J. M. (wagon), " 

*Hedge John S. (dealer), " 

*Jennings L. A. (wagon dealer), " 

Melle George T. (wagon), " 

*Rogers Leonidas & Son (light), " 

Kepler John (wagon). New Corner 
Beem B. B. (repairer), New Corydou 
Payton & Grimes (wagon), 
Baldwin George (repairer and dealer), 

New Harmony 

.. Baldwin & Son (light and wagon), " 

Bennett William (repairer), " 

Culpeper William (repairer), " 

■•'Johnson & Co. (dealers), " 
*Lichteuberger W. F. (dealer), 
*Ovven J. D. & Co. (dealers), 
*Pretzsch Chas. A. F. (dealer), 

Richards William (repairer), " 

Robson Richard (repairer), " 
Tretheway W. O. (repairer), 

*Dowling B. (dealer), New Haven 



New Paris 
Newport 

New Ross 

New Salem 

Newtown 

Newville 



New Waverley 
Noblesville 

and 



and 



*Feder8piel B. (repairer). New Haven 

Harlon Brothers (repairers), " 

Schiiok John (wagon), " 

Christie William H. (repairer and 

dealer). New Marion 

McNew Henry (wagon), " 

Marsch James H. (wagon), New Middletown 
*Faut & Brother (light and wagon, 

also dealers). New Palestine 

Geisel Conrad repairer), 
Metzler N. B. (light and wagon) 
Place L. J. (dealer). 
Sharp W. C. (repairer), 
Gathright Eli W. (repairer), 
Templin G. A. (wagon), 
Hoffman John (waiioii). 
Gray & Kiff (dealers). 
Dean Walker (wagon), 
Tarney John W. (wagon), 
Saunder P. (wagon), 
CaseE. E. (repairer), 
Hare Bros, (repairers), 
*Hare Wesley & Son (light 

wagon), 
*Heylmann J. G. & Son (light 

wagon). 
McMahon George (dealer), 
*Richwine George C. (dealer), 
Thorn John (dealer), 
Vaozant R. E. (repairer), 
Jennings Presly (wagon), 
*[ireis & Miller (wagon), 
White A. J. (dealer), 
Worster A. (wagon), 
Brauham E. F. (dealer), 
Bo'.i^man A. W. (dealer), 
*Butterbaugh & Shaffer (dealers), 
Fannan David (wagon), 
Miller A. B. (dealer), 
Stadler William (repairer). 
Thrush H. (repaii-er and dealer), 
*Young & Shupp (repairers), 
*Hooker & Campbell (dealers), 
Alexander Joseph (repairer), 
*Conkling P. (dealer), " 

Foster Thomas (repairer), " 

^ Moore Bros, (wagon), " 

' *Tripp Bros, (dealers), 
Wetzel Jacob (wagon), " 

Whitcomb E. S. estate (dealer), 
Beghtel & Kirkendall (repairers), 

North Webster 
Bohnert & Harris (light and wagon), 

Oakland City 
Campbell R. B. (repairer), " 

Creek & Hill (dealers). 
"McAtee J. H. (dealer), 
Slack C. W. (repairer), " 

Moore John (repairer), Oaklandon 

Swadley J. W. (wagon), Odell 

Callahan Sam (wagon), Odon 

Caughey A. W. (wagon), 
Courtney Joseph (dealer), 
Cromwell & Toells (dealers), 
Harmon Bros, (wagon). 
Smiley B. J. (dealer), 

Wachter Ed. (repairer), Oldenbuigh 

Barth Moritz (wagon). Clean 

Helme J. W. (wagon), Orland 

Hughes & Light (repairers), " 



Nora 
North Judson 

North Liberty 

North Madison 

North Manchester 



North Salem 
North Vernon 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

>u Binghamton Wagon Co., Bin^hamton, H. Y. 

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185 



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Carriaye (uid War/on Makers — continued. 
*Kimball M. B. (dealer). Orland 

*WilderE. A. (deak-r), 
Wilson & Pommert (dealers), " 

Glover S. J. (wagon), Orleans 

Merryman W. H. (dealer), " 

Stine & Son (light and dealers), Ossian 

Templin Jolin (repairer), Otlerbein Station 
Miller Jacob (repairer), Owensburg 

Perrin John W. (repairer), 
Hoffman J. F. (repairer), Owensville 

Lockhart James (dealer), 
Lockbart Thos. (repairer and dealer). 
Smith C. B. (dealer), 

Tichenor W. H. (repairer and dealer), " 
> Wetter Fred, (wagon), " 

Anderson A. J. (repairer), Oxford 

Burditt W. A. (dealer), 
McConnell Wm. (repairer), " 

Shiops Charles (dealer), " 

*Welmoth J. C. (dealer), 

McYey Alfred (dealer), Paoli 

Dragoo B. F. (light), Parker 

Alvis L. F. (repairer), Patoka 

*Danks F. C. & Co. (dealers). 
Fisher W. C. (dealer). 
Palmer E. R. (repairer), 
Pickrell W. B. P. (dealer), 
Kaiser G. (wagon), Patricksburgh 

Weeber & Sons (wagon). ' ' 

Cochayne Benjamin (wagon), Pendleton 

Gephart G. A. (wagon). 

]\Iondy Peter S. (wagon). Perrysville 

*Ager W. A. (dealer), Peru 

*Barnhardt & Reyburn (dealers), 
Ellis, Stiles & Co. (light), 
*Gray E. T. (dealer), 

Hays & Volpert (repairers). " 

Nickel Valentine (repairer), " 

*Puterbaugh Bros, (dealers), " 

*Shirk & Miller (dealers), 
Spitznagle John (wagon). " 

^Sullivan & Eagle (light, wholesale 

mfrs.). 
Ulricli Fred (wagon), " 

Evans J. G. (wagon), Petersburg]) 

Stuttsman & Elliott (wagon). Philarlelphia 

*Conrad Peter (light and wagon), Pierceton 
OBryan T. W. (wagon), 

Sharp F. J. (wagon). Pimento 

-Cobb A. (dealer). Pine Village 

Eberlj^ A. J. (repairer), " 

Rowen J. F. (dealer). 
Swadley J. M. (repairer). " 

Almond & Starbuck (wagon dealers), 

Plainfield 
Dennis Obid H. (repairer), 
*Hiss Sebastian (dealer), " 

Osborn Shubal A. (repairer), " 

Wasson Elmood (repairer), " 

Freeman Samuel (repairer), Pleasant Lake 
Mitchell M. M. (repairer), 

Donthit J. L. (repairer), Pleasantville 

Benuam Joseph (wagon), Plymouth 

*Blain Jerry (dealer), 
*Bnck & Toan (dealers), " 

Elliott A. P. (light and wagon), 
Lindquist Peter (repairer). " 

*Williamson A. J. & Son (dealers), Poueto 
Reiss John (wagon). Portersville 



Poseyville 
Prairieton 

Prescott 
Princeton 



Pucker Brush 

Putnamville 

Rainsville 

Raleigh 

Ray 

Red Key 



Allen »!c Jack (ilealer). Portland 

Borden T. E. (dealer), 
/Cunningham A. W. (light), 
Gierhart S. W. (dealer), 
Greenwalt Wesley (repairer), " 

Palmer Dell (dealer), 

Tipton & Sons (light), '' 

Wilkius Bros, (dealers), 
Stevens Jos. W. (wagon), 
Volkers F. (wagon), 
Volkers J. (wagon), 
Fussner Joseph (wagon), 
Baker & Partenheimer (wagon), 
Barrett & Stokes (dealers), 
Blodget & Haas (light), 
*Epperson & Herriot (dealers), 
Hariin J. J. (light and wagon), 
*Kimball & Turnage (dealers), 
Princeton Carriage Co., 
Snapp & Tichenor, 
Strain & Bro. (dealers), 
Tichenor H. T. c^: Son (light), 
Weisner Orrin (repairer), 
Hamaker John (wagon), 
Nordstrom E. (repairer), 
Heriin John W. (repairer), 
Stewart M. A. (repairer), 
Brooke John (dealer), 
Englin H. (repairer). 
Fertig George (repairer). 
Gray J. E. (dealer). 
Orr'P. & Co. (dealers), 
r^eeves George (repairer), 
Roland William (repairer). 
*Greeii D. W. 6c Co. (dealers), 
Phelps Bros, (dealers), 
Stoiidt J. K. (wagon). 
Thorp John G. (wagon), 
*Eger Bros, (wagon dealers), 
Roberts C. A. (dealer). 
Yeoman R. H. (wagon), 
Hahn John W. (wagon), 
Heimlich & Bro. (wagon), 
^Crocker Peter (dealer), 913 Main, Richmond 
Fraumann Charles (repairer), 8th and 

South East, 
/Harris L. K. (repairer), 176 Fort 

Wayne av, " 

Hunt A. H. (dealer). South 9th. 
Larsh H. C. (repairer). 811 North A. 
Morrow Mitchell (repairer), r 1018 

Main. 
iMote L. A. (light and wagon), 158 

and 160 Fort Wayne av. 
Parker D. S. (dealer), 1028 Main. 
*Pickens Tliomas (dealer), 411 and 

413 North 8th, 
Pinnick George W. (wagon), 176 

Fort Wayne ave. " 

*Reed, Irvin &; Son (farm wagon 

dealers), 631 and 683 Main. " -""^ 

Russell George W. (dealer). South 

9th, 
Saunders J. B. (repairers), r 1018 

Main. 
^Schneider Philip Oig^t and wagon 

wholesale mfr.), 9 to 13 South 

6th: also dealer 47 North 8th. " ' 

Shute Samuel E. Jr. (light and wag- 
on). 1018 Main. 



Remington 



Rensselaer 



Reserve 
Reynolds 



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INDIANA. 



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Ri(ls:eville 



Carriage and Wugou M'lkers — continued. 
Strattan S. S. (dealer), 158 Fort 

Wayne ave, Richmond 

Strattan & "Rhoads (repairers). 1018 

Main, 
*Wayne Works (road cart and wag- 
^ ou -wholesale mfrs ), 15th c 

North F., 
/Wilson George & Son (repairers), 15 

North 6th, 
Wolfer C. L. (repairer), 300 Main, 
Wolfer Martin H. (repairer), 804 

Main, 
Barnes Granville (dealer), 
Cadwallader Chas. (wagon), 
Cook Lewis N. (dealer), 
Landwich Bros, (wagon), 
Gibbs C. W. (repairer), 
*Gibson George B. (dealer). 
Smith Ernst (light and wagon), 
Truitt D. P. (dealer), 
Shultz H. P. (repairer). 
Bowman Henry I. (dealer), 
Loman John H. (repairer), 
Yocum I. B. (repairer). 
Brock Monroe (repairer), 
Christy Bros, (repairers and dealers), 
*Dinins S. B. (light, also dealer), 
Gass Alex (repairer). 

Craven N. (repairer), . Rochester 

*Feiser John B. (dealer), 
"Heffley Samuel (light and wagon), 
• Hill J. G. & Son (light and wagon), 
*Mitchell <fe Long (dealers), 



Rising Sun 



River 
Roaun 



Roanoke 



Kro'im Fred. W. repairer), Rockfield 

*McC()rmick & Stauflfer (wagon), " 

*C'ariick & Debruler (dealers), Rockport 
Hirsch M. (repairer and wagon dealer), " 

Kanzler P. F. (heavy wagon), " 

Mass & Weitzel (heavy wagon), " 

^Stockings S. W. (repairer, also 

dealer), " 

*Hargraves H. (dealer), Rockville 

Pierce John C. (repairer), " 

Strouse Samuel (dealer), " 

Alexander George (wagon), Romney 

Burkhart H. (wagon), " 

Mueller J. R. &, Sou (wagon), Rose Lawn 
Tanner J. W. & M. (dealers), 
We*t T. H. (dealer). 

*Dorner P. (dealer), Rossville 

Glick Simon S. (wagon), " 

Jackson W. L. (light and dealer), " 

Smith George (dealer), " 

Snider Joseph (repairer), " 
Witherow & Son (light) and wagon), " — ' 

Carroll S. J. (dealer), Royal Center 

Carroll John (repairer), Rushville 
Fritch E. L. (wagon). 

Havens & Riggs (dealers), " 

Heeb Phillip (repairer), " 
Merrill J. E. (denier). 

*Poundstone Edwin B (light), " 

*Tompkins J. W. (dealer), 

*Trees J. W. & Son (dealers), 

Wilson George W. (dealer), " 

*Jeter & Dixon (dealers), Russiaville 

*\Voo(lv. ITaworth it Hopper (dealers), " 




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BIRDSELL MFC, CO.'S 

SOUTH BEND, INDIANA. 

lYe manufacture a full line of Fine Carriaees, Buggries, Surreys, Pliaetons, Spring, Express, DeliTery and 

STEEL SKEIN FARM WAGONS 
FOR THE TRADE. 

BIRDSELL MFG. CO., South Bend, Ind. 



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New and Novel GOODS. 
So Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

BIXGHAMTON, N. Y. 



RUSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY. 



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INDIANA. 



187 



-continued. 

St. John 



St. Maurice 
St. Meinrad 

St. Paul 

St. Wendell's 



Carriage and Wagon Makers 

*Schmal J. G. (wayon), 
*Thiel J. ]\I. (repatrer), 
Walke W. (repairer), 
Ress & Vonderschmidt (wagon), 
Sturm Bros, (waiion), 
Johannes Jacob (liiiht), 
Pierson Henry (repairer), 
Miller J. N. (wagon). 
Miller Marcus (wagon), 
Nienhaus Benj. (wagon), 
Hanger John (repairer), 
• *iMol3ley C. W. (light), 
Riester G. P. (wagon), 
Uppinghouse R. & Co. (dealers), 
Agnew W. A. (light), 
lugles E. I. (dealer), 
Isenogle S. (wagon), 
Weiss Casper (wagon), 
Johnson ct Clines (wagon), 
*Campbell & Master (dealers), 
Kruse William (wagon), 
Babb S. L. (repairer), 
McCurdy William (dealer), 
Mahey A. (repairer), 
*Black & Bortsfield (dealers), 
Lewellen & Hill (repairers), " 
Ahlbrand E. H. (light and wagon 

dealer), Seymour 

Burkardt Michael (farm wagon 

dealer), 
*Carpenter & Stanfield (dealers), 
*Cordes Bros, (dealers), 
Eckler Henry (repairer). 
Hill J. C. (light and wagon), 
Hotzel Philip (dealer). 



i< -* — 



Sardinia 
Scotland 

Scott 

Scottsburg 

Sedalia 

Sedan 

Sellersburg 



Selma 



/ 



Johnson Bros, (repairers), 

*Kes.sler J. L. (wagon), 

Lee Peter (repairer), 

Walters William (repairer), 

Hoffman & Aguew (dealers), 

*Burkher H. Sr. (repairer), 

Carithers M. (light and dealer), 

Fessler John K. (repairer), 

*Major & Brown (dealers), 

McGuire & Co. (light), 
/Phillips M. (wagon), 

*Thurston A. J. (dealer). 

Carter J. H. (repairer), 

Henderson Lon (repairer), 

Laiiham Larkiu (wagon), 

*Palmer G. H. (dealer). 

Smith & Co. (dealers). 

Wainscot W. A. (repairer), 

Wells J. D. (wagon). 

Brown William (repairer), 

Dowell Charles (wagon), 
^ *Johnson & Cheneworth (dealers), 

Peek Robert (repairer), 

Sibert James (repairer), 

Smith W. K. (dealer), 

Yenne S. P. (dealer). 

Leer Benjamin B. (wagon). 

Twining T. J. (repairer), 

Chandler A. C. (wagon), 

Leonard C. L. (dealer), 

Harvey Elmer G. (wagon), 

*BIRDSELL MFG. CO. (light work 
'^ and farm wagons, wholesale 



*CHOCKELT JOHN A. (Hght 
woik and farm wagons, whole- 
sale mfrs.). South Bend 

*Colfax Mfg. Co. (cart, wholesale 
mfrs.), 

*CollmerFred. (light), 

*Coquillard Wagon Works (light and 
farm wagons, wholesale mfrs.), 

Miller, Knoblock Wagon Co. (sprink- 
ling, coal wagon and truck, 
wholesale mfrs.), 
Salem ^*Miller & Mason (wagon), 

Mueller Charles W. (repairer), 

*Paxson Bros, (dealers), 

Seafer Jo.seph (light and wagon), 

*South Bend Wagon Co. (farm 
wagon, wholesale mfrs.), 

^STUDEBAKER BROS. MFG. CO 

(wholesale mfrs. of 

and farm wagons), 
*Warner D. & Son (dealers), 
*Warner, Miller & Co. (dealers), 
Wharton B. F. (light and farm 

wagon), " 

Winkler Bros, (light, street sprinkler 

and truck, wholesale mfrs), " 

Price S. (repairer). South Bethany 

Cookerly Joseph (repairer). South Milford 

Fletcher & Long (repairers). South Peru 

Gardner D. M. (light and wagon), Southport 
VJohnson Thomas F. (repairer), 
^ South Whitley 

Kreig Henry (wagon). 
Mayer Theo. (repairer), 
Craig C. C. (dealer), 
*Daggy W. L. (dealer), 
Hancock Estil (wagon), 
Ridenour N. (wagon), 
Strother William (wagon), 
Wampler John M. (wagon), 
Myers Henry (repairer), 
Scott & Chanev (repairer), 
*Miniken T. K. (dealer). 
Miller W. M. (repairer), 
Eilerl & Co. (wagon), 
Nass Carl (wagon), " 

Trethewey Geo. (light and wagon), 

Stewartsville 
Swope Samuel (w'agon), 
Carl & Danelson (wagon), 
Kilgore Daniel (repairer), 
Richardson Scott (dealer), 
Ward & Callen (wagon), 
Winslow E. P. (repairer), 
*Davis John tt Sons (dealers), 
*Eugle & Blue (dealers), 
Hilderbrand Ed. L. (repairer), 
""Stewart, Long & Co. (dealers), 
*Welling J. H. (light also dealer). 
Parish Charles (repairer), 
Allen J. O. (wagon, also dealer 



Sharpsville 
Shelbyville 



Spencer 



Sheridan 



Shoals 



Spencerville 

Spiceland 

Springville 

Stendale 



Stilesville 
Stockwell 



Strauglin's 
Sullivan 



Shore 

Sidney 

Silver Lake 

Somerset 



mfrs.) — (See opp page), 



South Bend 



Summit 



in 



same), 
Kinley C. C. (dealer), 
*Painler Geo. <k Co. (dealers), 
Worth Peter (repairer), 
Behlmer R. (wagon), 
Trautman B. (wagon), 
Bricker George (wagon), 
Gillum Wm.^B. (dealer), 
Rippey M. J. (dealer), 



Summitville 



Sunman 

Swan 
Sylvan ia 
Syracuse 



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CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO. 



M'frs of WOOD FILLER .^NI) 
ROUGH STUFF, CHICAGO. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 9.5. 






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INDIANA. 



^ 



Carringe and Wagon Makers — continued. 



Widner Z. (wagon), 

Baumgart John (repairer), 

Bernstegel E. (wagon), 
"'*Herrmann Bio. Mfg. Co. (wagon, 
also dealers), 

Hess John (repairer), 

Nimsgeni Henry (dealer), 

Ruchti John (wagon), 

Scliause J. (repairer). 

Brown G. J. (repairer), 

*Beauchamp William T. 
117 to 123 South 6ih, 

Biewend H. F. (repairer), 19 Prairie- 
ton road, 

Dahlhaus Charles (repairer), 615 La- 
fayette, 

Doerschuk Frank (wagon), 1319 
Wabash av, 

*Fouts, Hunter & Co. (light and 
dealers), 128 South 3d, 

Giffel J. W. (wagon). 306 and 312 
Cherry. 

Click George M. (repairer), 25th and 
Poplar, 
• Herman Adolph E. light and heavy), 
'^ 1001 Wabash av, 

Jackson & Muehlenharz (delivery 
wagons), 209 Walnut, 

Juergens J. A. (dealer), 120 and 122 
South 4tb, 

McCandless J. F. & Co. (dealers), 

121 South 4th. 
*McFerrin Bros, (dealers), 15 S 2d, 
Myers F. L. (repairer), 513 Cherry, 

/O'Brien & O'Connell (light), 319 
and 321 Cherry, 

Owen F. M. (repairer), 1327 Wa- 
bash av, 

Poths Wm. (repairer and dealer), 

122 South Sixth, 
^*Scott & Graff (light and dealers) 



Temple 
(dealer), 

Terre Haute 



Co. 



Union Mills 

Upland 

Valley City 

Valparaiso 



Veedersburg 



/ 



5 and 7 South Second, 

*Smith C. C. (dealer), 301 and 303 
Wabash av. 

Stickle William H. (repairer), 208 
South 3d, 

*Terre Haute Carriage & Buggy Co. 
(light sulky and truck, whole- 
sale mfrs.), 13th cor 9th av, 

Voges Julius (repairer), 7th c HulmaUj 

Watson E. M. (dealer), 18 and 20 
South Third, 

Beach J. R. (dealer), 

Binford & Buckles (dealers). 

Grimes Russell (repairer). 

Maudlin J. (wagon), 

McDowell Marion (repairer), 

■••Oldendorf & Moffat (light). 

Roark J. (repairer), 

Binkley & Son (repairers), 

Bowlin & Jones (dealers), 

Hutchinson A. S. (repairer), 

Forsj'th Jasper (wagon), 

Conner S. K. (dealer), 

Patterson James L. (wagon), 

Striegel John B. (repairer), 

Crum Geo. H. (wagon), 

Biddle W. E (repairer), 

Chabons H. (repairer), 



^e«- riarless F. M. (dealer). Union City 
Syracuse *Kerr William (dealer). " 
Tell City ^OSBORNE J. H,& CO. (light, whole- 
sale mfrs.— (See p 193), " ' 

Romeiser Valentine (wagon). " 

/HossGeo. W. (light), 
" , *Union City Carriage Mfg. 
" (light, wholesale mfrs.). 

i *Worthington W. T. (dealer), 
Wendt John (wagon). 
ISfewport B. F. (wagon), 
Shafer Jacob (repairer). 
Barry & Barnico (repairers), 
Drago W. F. (repairer). 
I *Haste & Hollett (dealers), 
Louderback & Pettit (repairer), 
Koss & Banister (dealers), 
Trahan Israel (repairer). 
Williams H. T. (repairer), 
Wilson William (dealer), 
Alkiu Bros, (dealers), 
j Drollinger S. L. (light and wagon), 
*Heath A. H. (dealer), 
Nixcn M. F. (dealer), 
/ *St. Clair Robert (light and wagon), 
Siegrist Samuel (wagon). Vera Cruz 

i Hengtsler John (repairer), Vernon 

Hutchings James (dealer). 
Reed & Rogers (repairers also dealers), " 
* Wagner J. H. & Co. (wagon), " 

Fisk W. L. (dealer). 
Knox H. K. & Son (dealers), 
Martin Edward M. (repairer). 
Porter & Miller (dealers), 
*Sliaw C. C. (wagon dealer), 
*Debolt C. H. & Co. (dealers), 
Heberd & Miller (dealers), 
/Kelley William (wagon), 
Mason George (repairer), 
*McJimsey Buggy Co. (dealers), 
*MilIer J. F. (wagon), 
Miller Lawrence (wagon), 
*Patterson & Matters (light 

wagon), 

Reimers H. (wagon), 

Rolermoud John (repairer), 

Saiton F. Z. (wagon), 

*Scott C. & Son (dealers), 

Slawson A. R. (repairer), 

Therias Mitchell (repairer), 

*Tyler M. Son & Co. (dealers), 

Alber Thomas (repairer), 

'' *Ueck F. M. ct Sons (dealers), 

Thorntown Beel William (dealer), " 

" Beghtel Jacob (repairer), " 

" "Launder & Harter (dealers), " 

" Morgan D. W. (repairer), " 

" Pearson Wm. (repairer), South Wa- 

bash, " 

" Shiles & Hipp (repairers), " 

Tipton ! Smith & Baker (repairers), 
" *Bechtel Henry (light, wagon and 

road cart), Wakarusa 

Trafalgar Fidler Bros, (dealers), " 

Troy *Fidler & Maurer (dealers), 
" Stewart W. B. (repairer, also dealer), " 

" Kappes D. (repairer), Waldron 

Underwood Burger M. R. (repairer), Walkerton 

Union City Colton & McDaniels (dealers), 

Cunningham A. (dealer), *' 



Vevay 



Vinceunes 



and 



Wabash 



DIN GHAMTON WAGON CO., 

Ua ^ EINGHA]y[TON,N.Y.,U.S.A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAGONS. 

New Style this Year. 



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OF OUR LEADERS 

FOR 1S91. 



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INDIANA. 



189 



'^ 



Carriage and War/on Makers — continued. 

Graushaunse & Farver (repairers), Walkerton 

Robbins C. S. & Co. (dealers), 

Ross A: Bose (dealers), " 

Tischer Frank (repairer), 

Williams & Henderson Co. (dealers), " 

Wolfinbarti-er C. it J. (dealers), " 

Beall Josiah (waiion), Walton 

*Bisbop George \V. (dealer). 

Bishop W. H. (dealer), 

Abraliani August (wagon), Wanatab 

*Conitz Julius (dealer), 

Kalies \Villi;iui (wagon), 

Scarborough Perrin (lepairer), " 

*Chrislie J. E (dealer). Warren 

McCord & Mcllwaiu (dealers), 

Piarson L. (repairer), " 

Powell William (wagon), 

Shullz S. B. (wagon), 

/ *Conrad William (light and wagon), Warsawy^ 
Gilliam Claven (dealer), 
Mitler J. £. (dealer), 

yOram Harry (light, wagon and dealer), " 

' Trish Bros, (dealers), 
Trish John (light and wagon), " 

Warsaw Harness Co. (dealers), " 

*Carnahan M. J. ct Co. (dealers), Washington 
Fitts William (wagon), 
*Hatfleld & Palmer (dealers). 
Tranter Alfred (wagon), " 

Wallace Alex (wagon). " 

Waller & Prentiss (uimmers and 

dealers), 
Bevington J. W. (wagon), Waterford 

*Bundy Charles (dealer), Waterloo 

Devender Frederick (repairer), 
Klotz L. H. (wagon), 

Klotz & Deventer (dealers), " 

Zirwi-i Frank (repairer), " 

Deilrich Jno. L. (wagon), Waveland 

Rhoades H. E. (repairer), " 

Teal Thomas (wagon), Wawaka 

Baldwin & Hayes (dealers), Waynetown 

Faunce \V. E. (wagon), 
*Harmell & Brant (dealers), " 

Atkinson Milton (repairer), Webster 

Arnett V. M. (wagon), Westfield 

y *Beals & Sons (light and wagon), 
*Cheesman & Burge (repairers), 

West Lebanon 
Ward Isaac (wagon), 

Coppock & Son (wagon), West Newton 

Peterson Chas. & Co. (repairers), West Point 
Hause William & Son (wagon), Westville 

Watjen H. J. (repairer), Wheatland 

Wren J. F. (wagon), Whitesville 

Richter & Bro. (wagon), Williamsburg 

y Cameron William (wagon), Williamsport 

*Hodgson John, 
Cottingham Thomas W. (wagon), Wilmington 

/Bennett John (wagon), Winamac 

*Hoflfman L. H. & Sons (dealers), 
Hornbeck Henry H. (wagon), " 

Rarick Henry E. (wagon), " 

*Vurpillat J. D. (dealer), 
Wolfe Luther (wagon), " 

Baird Richey (dealer), Winchester 

Chapman &"Favorite (light), 
Clarke Bros, (dealers), " 

*Gist J. T. (wagon). 



Winchester 



Windfall 



*Gorden & Scott (dealei-s). 
Gruver J. A. & Son (dealers), 
Heltz J. M. (repairer), 
Dollins J. W. (dealer), 
^Patterson Bros, (wagon dealers), 

Davisson Milo (repairer), Windsor 

King & Templeton (repairers), Wingate 

Mancha John (wagon), - Wirt 

Glove Thomas J. (wagon), Wolcottville 

Heigen William (wagon), " 
*Welt Bros, (dealers), 

Weber Fred (repairer), Woodland 

Culland John (repairer), Wortbington 
Geckler C. A. (wagon), 

Guard John (repairer), " 

*Harrah & Fellows (dealers), " 

Nation & Price (repairers), " 

*Rolb Charles (wagon dealer), " 
Strieker Frank, Wright's Corner 

True Bros, (wagon), " 

Draper & Moien (dealers), Xenia 

Fisher Bros, (wagon), " 

Hunt C. W. & Sons (dealers), " 
Reeves L. M. (dealer), 
St. Clair J. K. (repairer), 

Selby Wm. Z. (wagon), Yankeetowm 
Kreseen Theo. (repairer), Young America 

Fink's R. J. Sons, Yountsville 

May W. (wagon). Zanesville 

Kohr & Taylor (wagon), " 

Anderson M. S. (wagon), Zionsville 

Cooney L. J. (repairer), " 
Essex & Gordon (light, also dealer 

in wagons), '* 
Mills & Harvey (dealers), 

Moll J. B. (wagon), Zipp 

Carriage and Wagon Deal- 
ers, 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers. ) 

Anti-Battler Mfrs. 

*Murbarger Mfg. Co., Indianapolis 

"South Bend Top Prop Co.(joint), South Bend 
*Americau Shaft Holder Co., Wabash 

\ Blacksmiths Forges and Sup- 
jjlies, 

{See also Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

*ROOTS P. H. & F. M. CO. THE 

—(See p 192), Connersville 

Blotvers. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Body Mfrs, 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*Dovetail Body and Gear Co. The, 

Crawfordsville 
KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), Elkhart 

■'•City Carriage Works The, 11 and 

13 Clay, Fort Wayne 



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INDIANA. 



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Body Mfrfs. — continued. 

*Glol)e Implement Co. Tiie, Goshen 

HAMPTON J. B.-(See p 57), 112 

Soutli East, Indianapolis 

*LA PORTE WOOD MFG. CO.- 

(ISee p o7), La Porte 

*WATERLOO MFG. CO. (whole- 
sale mfrs) — (See p 56), Waterloo 

Boot Mfrs. 

*GOLD BASE CARRIAGE SUP- 
PLY CO.— (See p 58), Goshen 

\Boiv Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwoi-k Mfrs.) 

*RASTETTER LOUIS-(See p 57). 

24n IJroadvva}', Fort Wayne 

FRECHTLING & MORNER- 

(See p 57, Shelbyville 

J^ufMiy Apron and Boot Mfrs. 

(See Boot Mfrs.) 

Coach Color Mfrs. 

{See also Varmsh Mfrs.) 

*Burdsal Alfred, 34 South Meridian, 

Indianapolis 



Curled Hair Mfrs. 

^INDIANAPOLIS GLUE CO. 

THE — (See below), Indianapolis 

Cushion Mfrs. 

{See Top and Cushion Mfrs.) 

Dash Mfrs. 

*GOLDBASE CARRIAGE SUP- 
PLY CO.— (See p 58), Gosheu 

Dash Bail 3Ifrs, 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Excelsior 3Ifrs. 

*Carter Bros., Eaton 

GeigerFred., Evansville 

*Murray Thomas W. , " 

La Rue Gilbert, Fairmount 

*Globe Excelsior Works, 4th and Big- 
Four Railroad, Indianapolis 
*Indianapolis Excelsior Mfff. Co., 366 
to 380 W Market. 



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ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES, PAINTED OR NATUEAL WOOD FINISH. 

SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 

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INDIANA. 



191 



Fifth Wheel 31/ rs. 
*YARYAN FIFTH WHEEL CO. 

THE — (^ee below), Indianapolis 

Miller, Knoblock Wagon Co., South Benii 

Gear Mfrs, 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

KIMBARK S. D.-(See p 55), Elkhart 

*Single Center Spring Co.. Evansville 

*City Carriage Works, The, 11 and 

13 Clay, Fort Wayne 

*Case, Foster & .lackson, Goshen 

*Globe Implement Co. (for the 

trade): 

^INDIANAPOLIS WAGON CO., 

231 to 237 Snutli Tennessee, Indianapolis 
*PARRY MFG. CO.— (See front 

cover), Indianapolis 

*LA PORTE WOOD MFG. CO.- 

(See p 57), La Porte 



*HaggHrd Wagon Spring_Co. (pole 

support). Lafayette 

Crozier G. W. & Co. (top irons), Muncie 

Hunt Bros, ifc Co. (seat hinges). South Bend 
"Sandage Steel Skein Co. (skeins). 
South Bend Top Prop Co. (top props 

and nuts, rivets and joint ends), " 
*Studebaker Bros. Mfg. Co. (wagon 

skeins). " 

*OSBORNE J. H. & CO. (patent 

bugiiy wrench) — (See p 193), Union City 
*Americau Shaft Holder Co. (aoti- 

rattler), Wabash 

Hardware and Supply Deal- 
ers, 





Glue 


3Ifrs. 






INDIANAPOLIS GLUE 

THE— (See opp page). 


CO. 

ludif 


inapolis 



Hand Bloivers. 

(See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Hardware 3Ifrs. 

*ROOTS P. H. & F. M. CO. THE 

— (See p 192), Connersville 

*Case, Foster & Jackson (forgings), Goshen 
*Steel Pulley and Machine Works 
(dash rail), 79 to 85 South Penn- 
sylvania, Indianapolis 

*Y ARYAN FIFTH WHEEL CO. 

THE (fifth wheel)— (See below), 



Attica 

Cambridge City 

Columbus 

Crawfordsville 

« < 

Daleville 
Elkhart 



*Green Lamonte M., 
*Marson J. W. & Bro., 
*Schwartzknpf J. G.. 
*Mahorney Zach. & Sons, 
*Tinsley & Martin, 
Stewart & Dillz, 

* Herman & Co., 
*Keene Bros & Stedman, " 
*Pope & Coe, 

* Pratt F. B. & Son, 

*Babc(>ck & Viele, Sycamore c Fifth, 

Evansville 

*Mesker J. B. & Son. 

*Orr, Griffith & Co., 10 to 16 Syca- 
more, " 

*Bell Joe W. (dealer), 13 East Co- 
lumbia, Fort Wayne 

*C()ombs & Co. (jobbers), 88 to 42 E. 
Main, 

"Mossman, Yarnelle &Co. (jobbers), 
10 and 12 West Columbia, 

*Epperson & Co. . Frankfort 

*Goshen Buggy Top Co. (jobbers), Goshen 

■^Hawks Hardware Co., 

*Hamiltou, Cunningham & Co., Greensburg 



THE tYARYANt FIFTH » WHEEL. 

Either with or without king bolt. 

N93 malleable:. 




4 

Works on a |-incli boss, in the center of a circle, and is supported by two arches, making 
it the strongest possible structure. It cannot come uncoupled without removing the wheels 
and irons on reach, and makes the couplwj the strongest part of a huggy, instead of the weak- 
est, as in all others. No manufacturer can afford to put out a buggy without the Yaryan 
Fifth-Wheel. Do not let your dealer persuade you that he has as good a wheel, 
not get the Tartan for you, order dii-ect. Send for Price List. 



If he will 



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192 



INDIANA. 






Hardwood Lumber, 



*Burr Lafe J. & Co., 
* Walton R. J. & Co., 
*Daggett C. M. (wagon wood in the 

rough), 
Gordon Lumber Co., 
*Lesh, Penrod & Co., 



Anderson 



Kokonio 
Lafayette 

LaPorif 



Hardwai'e and Supply Dealers. — continued. 

*Holliday W. J. & Co., 59 and 61 

South Meridian, Indianapolis 

"-Share G. K. & Co., 55 and 57 South 

Meridian, " 

*VAN CAMP HARDWARE 
AND IRON CO.-(See p 57). 
78 to 82 Soutli Illinois, 
*Armstrong, Landon & Hunt Co., 
*Beach & Co. , 
■•^Dienhart M. & Son. 
*Falley Hardware Co., 
*Crane »& Kathbun, 
"Lower James & Sons, " 

* Webber Hardware Co., " 

*Harrison George (wheels, dashes 

and vvliip soclcets), Logansport 

*Ullery & -on, " 

^Carnahau M. J., Loogoutu 

*AIling & Lodge, Madis^on 

Balcor George R. & Co., " 

*Fischer & Richard, " 

Lewis W.O., 
*Powell & Weyer, 

*Wigi>er J. H.. Marion 

*Putnam Fred. E. & Co., Muncie 

*Peddycord & Co., Nappanee 

*Loughmiller Bros., New Albany 

*Stoy Peter R. & Sons, 

*Crocker Peter, 913 Mam, Richmond 

Foulke W. W. & Co., 825 North 

E, 
*Havens & Riggs. Rushville 

*Mobley Charles W., Salem 

*Carpenter & Stanfield, Seymour 

*Davis John & Sons, Sullivan 

*Austin A. G. & Co. (jobbers), 608 

Wabash av, Terre Haute 

*Fhikbiner & Duenweg, 528 Wa- 
bash av, " 
-Shryer Bros., 429 Wabash av, 
*Kerr William, Union City 
*Bruner & Alber, Wabash 
*King, McNamee & Co., 



Arnold C. A., Poneto 

*EbertJohn, Portland 

Minor Bros., Roanoke 

*FRECHTLING & MORNER- 

(See p 58), Shelbyville 

Carter George L. & Co., Union City 

'^Leavitt R. , Vernon 

*Wabash Mfg. Co. The, Wabash 

Hub and Spoke Mfrs» 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 



Auburn 



Blooinington 



*Trentman H. J., 

*Wal(lr(jn, Hill & Co 

*McClery J. G. & Co.. Blullton 

Isherwood M. W. (hub?), Churubusco 

White J. W.. Clay City 

•^Delphi Mfg. Co., Delphi 

Vou Behren Mfg. Co. (spokes), 1st 

av and Belt R. R., Evansville 

^AMERICAN WHEEL CO.- 

(See trout col'd p III), Fort Wayne 
* Winch & Sons, 

Meyers J. H. & Son (spokes). Grand View 

""BROCKWAY A. (spokes), Greencastle 

*McPheeters, Bullington & Co. (spokes), 

Hardinsburg 
*Hubbard Charl s H. (spokes), Hartford City 
*Reid S. C. (hub blocks), 
*Benkert E. & Co. (spokes), Jasper 

*Test, Garritson & Co. (spokes), Knightstown 
*Logansport Mfg. Co., Logansport 

"Graham Thomas & Co., Madison 

"Reid John S. & Sons (in the rough), Muncie 

*SMITH E. P. & CO.-(See p 57), •' 



North Vernon 
Patricksburg 
Ponelo 
Portland 
Red Key 
Seymour 
Tell City 



Daggett 
Delphi 
Goshen 
*Barnaby E. E., Greencastle 

*Brockway A., 

Bachman F. M. (wagon wood), Madi- 
son av, Indianapolis 
*Howe S. E., Logansport 
^Logansport Mfg. Co., 



*Jones J. M. & Co. (spokes), 

Hatri8f)n Robert (spokes) 

Arnold C. A., 

*Bimel F.. 

Faulkner G. H. (spokes), 

*Seymour Mfg. Co. (spokes), 

*v)brecht John (hubs). 

Carter Geo. L. & Co. (rough spokes) 

Union City 
*Lambert George (in the rough), " 

r\-terson T. J., Uniouville 

*iieavitt Robert, Vernon 

*Votaw Aaron, Winchester 

Jacls Mfvs. 

*OSBORNE J. H. & CO.-(See p 

198), Union City 

\Linseed Oil Crushers. 

*0'BRIEN VARNISH CO.-(See 

p 58), South Bend 



Hani and Power 





Positiye Klowers. 



TUYERE IRONS and ^ ^^^m^ ^^^ PORTABLE FORGES. 

p. H. & F. M. ROOTS CO.. - CONNERSVILLE, IND. 



DROP-AXLE BUGGIES, 
BANNER ROAD WAGONS, 
BANNER SPRING SURREYS. 



is 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 
BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



INDIANA. 



193 



3Iachinet'!f at id Tool Jf/'t's, 

■ROOTS P. H. & F. M. CO. THE 

(hand and power l)l(>\vers) — (.See 
opp puiTt"). Connersville 

*INDIANA MACHINE WORKS 

(wood working). Fort Wayne 

*SINGER MFG. CO.THE (sewing 

machines), 72 and 74 West 

Washington — (See p 4). Indianapolis 

Hallawell .James (woodworking). North Vernon 
*Henley M. ('. (boring and tiriiling 

machine) ^2'i to 53:^ North Ifiih.^Richmoud 
*GIBBS EMORY (hercnles puncii) 

— (See p 57), foot South Third, Terre Haute 

3Ifrs. of Ildud Made Har- 

*JOHNS A. L. & c6.-(See front 

col'd p VII), 51 and 53 East Columbia, 

Fort Wayne 

Wame Plate Jlfrti. 

*MAYER GEO. J.— (See opposite), 15 

S uth Meridian Indianapolis 

*ZAISER L. T. F.-(See below), 

Nos.27and 29 South Meridian, " 

Neck Yoke 3Ifrs. 

{See also Woodicork Mfrs.) 

*Wright J. J.. 

*Delphi Mfg. Co., 

*Polsdorfer J. H. & Sons, 2240 to 

2250 1st av, Evausville 



■■JOHNS A. L. & CO. (neck yoke 
ceuitrs), 51 and 53 East Colum- 
bia— (See front col'd p VII, Fort Wayne 
*Baruaby E El., Greencastle 

*Gillelte Bent-W'ood Co., Indianapolis 

■■■■Gillette O. S. (brightwood), 
■^McCoy H. Co. Tlie, c Osgood and 

VandaliaK. R., 
Logausport Mfg. Co , Logansport 

New Albany Bending Works, East 

c Stone. New Albany 

*OSBORNE J. H. & CO.-(See below), 

Uuion City 
■^Wabash ]Mfg. Co. The, Wabash 

Pole 3rfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
* Wright J. J., Bremen 

*Delphi Mfg. Co., Delphi 

Houser Bros., Hoagland 

*GilIette Bent Wood Co., Indianapolis 

■^Gillette O. S. (brightwood), 



Bremen 
Delphi 



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194 



INDIANA. 



Pole Mfrs. — continued. 

*Jnnesboro BenrliiiEr Works, Jouesboro 

•LA PORTE WOOD MFG. CO- 

(See p 56). La Porte 

*Logansport Mfij. Co., Logansport 

*CoK & Price Bros , Marion 

*SmithJ. H. &Co., Muncie 

*New Albany Bending Works. New Albany 
*FRECHTLING «& MORNER- 

(See p 57). Shelbyville 

*OSBORNE J. H. & CO.-(Seep 

193). Union City 

\ Portable Forf/es. 

(See also Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

-ROOTS P. H. & F. M. CO. THE 

— (See p 193), Counersville 

Powci' Bloivers. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Punch Mfvs» 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Skeiii 31frs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Sleiffh Dealers, 

{See Sleigh Mfrs ) 

Sleigh Mfrs, 

Moffett Thomas R. (dealer), Angola 

Nyce I. W., 

*VVi(kwire G. R. (dealer), 

*Fislier, Arbogast & Co. (dealers), Attica 

*Green Lamoute M. (dealer), " 

Merrick F. M. (dealer), " 

"Brown & Culbertson (dealers), Auburn 

Kiblinger W. H.. 

Myers J. N. (dealer). " i 

Steck Jacob, Billingsville 

Ramp I. L., Bloomfield 

Hines A. D.. Bourbon 

McCrum Calvin B. (dealer), 

*Brvsou J. G. (dealer), Brazil 

Stunkard Bros., 

Hann Smith (dealer), Bremen 

Huff & Co. (dealers), 

"Samoniel Charles (dealer), Brookville 

*,Marson J. W.&Bro. (dealers), Cambridge City 

*Ray & Rice (dealers), Camden 

Mayer Theo. (dealer), Churubusco 

Kerr & Miller (dealers), Columbus 

*Stevens F. M. & Co. (dealers), 

*Haok Joseph. Crown Point 

McCurdy Bros, (dealers), Danville 

*I?urns M., Decatur 

^Ellsworth J. E., " i 

■^Schafer &Bro., 

*Lyon C. B. (dealer), Delphi 

Grimes A. R. (dealer), Denver 

Compton L (dealer), Edinburg 

*Paxson Bros, (dealers), Elkhart 

Shook & Faulkner (dealers), Ellettsville 

Bodon Cal, EUwood 

Townsend William T. (dealer), Etna Green 

*Eby T. O. (dealer), Farmland 

Wilson W. W. (dealer), 

*Kissel Bros., Fenton . 

Rowland & Bteckel, Flora 

Wheeler J. M. & Co., - i 



Alhrecht M. L., c Barr and Main, Fort Wayne 
*City Carriage Works, The (whole- 
sale mfrs.), " 
"ilite & Clark, Franklin 
Noyes F. (dealer), Fremont 
*Lewry William & Son. Furnessville 

* Williams G. W. (dealer), Galveston 
Barr & Morford (dealers), Greenfield 
*Gant W. S. (dealer), 
"Hinchman J. M. (dealer), " 
Hunter & Co.. Greensburg 
Hiatt O. H. (dealer), Hartford City 
Albright L.. Hope 
*Fisher C. (dealer). Inwood 
Carll J. (dealei), Jonesboro 
Spcnce S. R. (dealer), 
Wliit-son J. L. (dealer), 

Belhart G. A. (dealer), Kendallville 

*Granoer Bros., " 

*Park"A. B., 
Stich H. J., 

Daniels A. J., Kenuard 

Dodson Bros (dealers), Kentland 

*Rapp M. A. & Son, Ladoga 

P< ret A. S. (dealer), Lafayette 

, *KnHUss B. F., La Grange 

Royer E. (dealer), 

Hyatt H J., • La Otto 

*Crane B. F. (dealer). La Porte 

*LA PORTE WOOD MFG. CO. 
(li^ht and heavy, wholesale 
mfrs )— (See p 57), 
, *Pitner Wm. C. & Son (light), 

* Way & Travis (dealers), " 
I Fike Wm., Lawrenceburg 
f Atkinson & Izor (dealers), Lewisville 

Mcllvaine A. R. (dealer), 

{ *Baum M. & Co., Ligonier 

' *Beazel Bros., 
*Gerber&Co., 
*Mier Sol.. 

*Straus Bros. & Co. (dealers), " 

Bush A. (bob sleds), Logansport 

*Harrison George (dealer), 
*Immel T. J. (dealer), 
*Jackson John, " 

Talbott & Randolph (dealers), 
*Tucker Henry (dealer), " 

Ca'ie Orvis (dealer), Macy 

*Wigger J. H. (dealer, wholesale and 

retail), Marion 

Stiue, Morgan & Co., Martinsville 

Smith Geo. A., Medora 

Crawford H. H. (dealer), Mitchell 

Gilbert Chas., 

Bottenberg & Heller (dealers), Monroeville 
*Neizer J."B. & Co. (dealers), 
DunlapJ. H., Montezuma 

Day John H. (dealer), Monticello 

Gardner Ed. R. (dealer), " 

Gustavel L. G. (dealer), 
Hanaway T. E. (dealer), 
McCuaig Daniel) dealer), " 

Landes F., Mulberry 

*Bower G. W. (dealer), Muncie 

*Gass C. (dealer), 

Bryson F. G. Nappanee 

Miller & Buhland (dealers), New Carlisle 

*Biirk & Saffle, New Castle 

*HedgeJ. S. (dealer), 



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S/ny/i Mji'!--. — fiiiitlniied. 

*R()gers L. & Sod, 
Baldwia George, 
*Faut& Bro., " 
Place L J. (dealer), 
*Kries & Miller. 
Miller A. B. (dealer), 
Helme J. W., 



New Castle 

New Harmony 

New Palestine 

Newport 

North Judson 

North Manchester 

Orland 



Wilson ifc Pommert (dealers), " 

Burditt W. A. (dealer), Oxford 

*Willianisou A. J. & Son (dealers), Ponelo 
Giehhart S. W. (dealer), Portland 

Palmer Dell (dealer), 

Wilkins Bros, (dealers), " 

Stewart M. A., Ray 

Orr P. ifc Co., Red Key 

Reeves Geo., " 

*Crocker Peter (dealer), 913 Main, Richmond 
*Pogue & Miller (dealers) 900 and 

902 Main. 
*Reed Irvin & Son (dealers), 631 and 

633 Main, 
*Schneider Philip (dealer), " 

Cadwalader Charles, Ridgeville 

Landwich Bros., •' 

Smilh E. (also dealer), Rising Sun 

*Cadich ct De Bruler (dealers), Rockport 

*Stocking S. \V. (dealer), 

Pierce John C, Rockville 

Strouse S. (dealer), " 

Carroll S J. (dealer), Royal Center 

*Jetter ifc Dixon (dealers), Russiaville 

Duffner William, Shoals 

Welling J. H., 

*Bilger John, Silver Lake 

*Chockelt John A. ( wholesale mfr.), South Bend 
*Coquillard Wagon Works (whole 

sale mfrs ), " 

* Miller & Mason (bob sleds), 

*Paxson Bros, (dealers), " 

Seafer Joseph. " 

* Warner D. & Son (dealers). 
Warner, Miller & Co. dealers), 
Winkler Bros, (wholesale mfrs.), " 
Carl & Danelson, Stockwell 
Rippey M. J (dealer), Syracuse 
*Herrmann Bros. Mfg. Co., Tell Cit\ 
Deck Samuel (dealer), Thorntown 
*01deudorf & Co. (dealers), 

Harless F. M. (dealer). Union City 

^OSBORNE J. H. & CO. (wholesale 

dealers)— (See p 193), 
*Worthington W. T. (dealer), 
Drollinger S. Jj. (dealer), Veedersburg 

Nixon M. F. (dealer), 
*St. Clair R., 

*Beck F. M. & Sons (dealers), Wabash 

*Launder & Harter (dealers), " 

Cotton & McDauiel (dealers), Walkerton 

Cunningham A. (dealer), 
Robbins C. & Co. (dealers), 
Ross & Bose (dealers), " 

Williams & Henderson Co. (dealers), 
Wolfinbarger John (dealer), '" 

*Christie J. E. (dealer), Warren 

■"Conrad William (dealer), Warsaw 

Gilliam Claven (dealer), " 

Oram Harry (dealer), " 

Trish Bros, (dealers), " 

Klotz L. H. (dealer), Waterloo 



Diclricli Jrio. f.. (dtaUr), AVavelaud 

*Vurpillat J. D. (dealer), Winamac 

Dollins J. W. (dealer). Windfall 

*IIarrah ifc Fellows (dealers), Worthiiigton 

Hunt C. W. A: Sons, Xenia 

Essex & Gordon (dealers). Zionsville 

Sleif/7i Bell Mfrs. 

*Barton Bell Co. (also dash), Marion 

Si)oh'es. 

{See Hubs and Spokes.) 

Spritig Mfrs. 

*Single Center Spring Co. (single 

center), Pennsylvania, Evansville 

Tuthill SprinjiCo.. Hammond 

^INDIANAPOLIS SPRING CO. 

—(See p 57), 6th St. and Big 
Four R. R. Indianapolis 

*Haggard Wagon Spring Co., La Fayette 

Rupp Fred (adjustable center), Milford 

Tojj Iron Mfrs, 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Top and Cushion Mfrs. 

Campbell E. A., Elkhart 

*City Carriage Works The, 11 and 

13 Clay, Fort Wayne 

Horstman Louis, 9 Superior, " 

"■■SMITH E. C , 16 and 18 Lafayette 

—(See p 58). 

GOLD BASE CARRIAGE SUP 

PLY CO.— (Seep 58). Goshen 

*Gosheu Buirny Top Co., " 

Thompson VV. H., 361 and 363 West 

Wasliinirton. Indianapolis 

*LA PORTE WOOD MFG. CO. 

— (>ee p 57), La Porte 

*Sullivan & Eagle, Ccinal, west of 

Broadway Peru 

Trimmers, 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers). 

Trimniinf/ Mfrs. 

*Citv Carriage Works The, 11 and 

'l3 Clay. " Fort Wayne 

Ilortsman Louis, 9 Superior, " 

*SMITH E. C, 16 and 18 Lafayette 
—(Seep 58), 

'GOLD BASE CARRIAGE SUP- 
PLY CO.— (^ee p 58), Goshen 

*OSBORNE J. H. & CO. (shaft and 

pole straps)— (See p 193), Union City 

Tuyere Iron Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Varnish 3Ifrs. 

Indianapolis Varnish Co., EbnerAl- 

daa: & Co props. .Ohio c Pine, Indianapolis 

*Lilly "Varnish Co.. W. S. Rose, S 
of Grant. 

*0'BRIEN VARNISH CO.-(See 

p 58), South Bend 

Waffon Malters. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 



CARRIACE T — )RI 

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Wfif/on Skein Mfr. 

(See Earduare Mfrs.) 

Wheel Jlfi's. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs. also Sub and Spoke 

Mfrs.) 

^AMERICAN WHEEL CO- 

(See front col'd p III). Fort Wayne 

*AMERICAN WHEEL CO- 

(See front coFd p III), Indianapolis 

National Wheel Co., Osgood & Vau- 
daliaR. R., 

^AMERICAN WHEEL CO- 

(t^ee front col'd p III), 13th and 

9th av, Terre Haute 

Whiffletree 31frs. 

{See alio Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*Delphi Mfg. Co. (ironed), Delphi 
*Gillelt Bent Wood Co., Ind.'anapolis 
*Gill€tte O. S. (biightwood), 

*Jonesboro Bending Works, Jonesboro 
OSBORNE J. H: & CO.-(See p 

lyo). Union City 

*Wabash Mfg. Co. The, Wabash 

Woodwork Jlfrs. 

{See also Hub and Spoke Mfrs. andWheel Mfrs.) 

*Trentman H. J. (hubs, spokes, etc.). Auburn 
McFaddea Wm. A. (rough stock), Baiubridge 
*Waldron, Hill & Co. (hubs and 

spokes), Bloomlngton 

*McClery J. G. & Co. (hubs, spokes, 

etc), Bluffton 

*Wnght J. J. (bent wood), Bremen 

Isherwood M. W. (hubs), Churubusco 

White J. W. (hubs and spokes). Clay City 
*Dovetail body and Gear Co. The 

(bodies), Crawfordsville 

Daggett C. M. (felloes and hounds), Daggett 
Delphi ]\Ifu-. Co. (all kinds), Delphi 

KIMBARK S. D. (all kinds)-(See 

p 55), Elkhart 

*Polsdorfer J. H. & Sons, 2240 to 

2250 1st av, Evansville 

*Von Behren Mfg. Co. (all kinds), 1st 

avnBeltR. R., 
^AMERICAN WHEEL CO. 

(sp(jkes) — (See front col'd p III), 

Fort Wayne 
*Cit}' Carriage Works The (bodies), 

11 and 13 Clay, 
*Ranke & Yergens (bows), c Griffith 

and Superior, 
*RASTETTER LOUIS (bows)- 

(See p 57), '.^46 Broadway, 
*Winch & Sons (hubs and spokes), 
*Globe Implement Co. (bodies, gears, 

etc. , wholesale), Goshen 

]\Ieyers J. H. & Son (spokes). Grand View 
Barnaby E.E. (wagon stock), Greencastle 

Bowman A. (rough stock), " 

*BROCKWAY A. (wagon spokes). 
*McPheeters, Bullington & Co. 

(spokes), Hardinsburg 

*Hubbard Charles H. (spokes, etc.), 

Hartford City 
*Reid S. C. (hub blocks). 



Hou.sei .losephctCo. (bows and bent 

work), Hoagland 

-AMERICAN WHEEL CO. 

(wheels) — See front cold p III), 

Indianapolis 
*Gillett Bent AVood Co. (shafts, 

poles, rims, bows, etc.), 
Gillette O. S. (bent stock, bright-wood), 
HAMPTON J. B. (bodies)— See p 

57), 112 South East, 
*McCoy H. Co. The (doubletree), c 

Osgood and Vandalia R. R. , 
National Wheel Co. (wheels), Osgood 

and Vandalia R. R., 
*BenkertE. Co. (spokes), Jasper 

*Jonesboro Bending Works (poles 

and shafts), Jonesboro 

*Test. Garritson A: Co. (spokes), Knightstown 

*LA PORTE WOOD MFG. CO. 

(bodies, gears, etc.) — (See p 56), La Porte 

*Howe S. E, (wagon stock). Logansport 

Logansport Mfg. Co. (all kinds), 

Graham Thomas & Co. (hubs.spokes 

and felloes), Madison 

Roberts William (felloes). Maples 

"Cox it Price Bros, (poles and shafts), Marion 

*Studebaker &Von Behren (wood stock), ' ' 

Reid John S. ik Sons (hub blocks 
anfi rough spokes), 

*SMITH E. P. & CO. (Inibs and 
spokes)— (See p 57), 

Smith J. M. & Co. (bent work and 
shafts). 

New Albany Bending Works 
work), 

*Kentucky Wheel Stock Co., 

*Jones J. M. & Co. (spokes), 

Harrison Robert (spokes), 

Arnold C. A. (hub blocks), 

*Bimel F. (hubs, rims and spokes), 

Faulkner George H. (spokes). 

Minor Bros, (felloes, etc.), 

*Seymour Alfi;:. Co. (spokes). 
•FRECHTLING & MORNER 
(shafts, poles, bows, etc.)— (See 
p 58), Shelbyville 

*Studebaker Bros. Mfg. Co (combi- 
nation veneer seats, fenders and 
dashes). South Bend 

*AMERICAN WHEEL CO. 

^wheels)— (See front coFd p 111), 

13th and 9th av, Terre Haute 

Carter George L. & Co. (rough 

stock), " Union City 

*Lambert George (hubs and spokes 

in the rouah), " 

*OSBORN E J. H. & CO. (neck 

yokes and poles)— (See p 193), " 

Peterson T. J. (hubs and spokes), Unionville 

■^Leavitt R. (hubs, spokes, etc.) Vernon 

nVabash Mfg. Co. The (all kinds), Wabash 

WATERLOO MFG. CO. The, 

(bodies, wholesale mfrs.) — (See p 

56), Waterloo 

*EwingMfg. Co. (spokes), Worthington 

t Wooclivorking 3Lacliinery 
Mfrs. 

{See MacJiirwry and Tool Mfrs.) 



Muncie 



(bent 

New Albany 

New Market 

North Vernon 

Patricksburgh 

Poneto 

Portland 

Red Key 

Roanoke 

Sevmour 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

^ Binghamton Wagon Go,, Binghamton, M> Y, 



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Commercial Paper — By statute, instruments by which the maker promises to pay a sum 
of monej' in property oi- labor, or acknowledges property or labor, or money to be due to an- 
other, are negotiable instruments with all the instruments of negotiability, whenever it is 
manifest from their terms that such was the intent of the maker; but the use of the technical 
terms "order" or "bearer" alone will not manifest such intent. Grace is allowed upon nego-' 
tiable bills and promissory notes paj'able within this State, according to the principles of the 
law merchant. 

Interest. — The legal rate of interest in this State is six per cent. A greater rate than ten 
per cent, is usury, and the usurer can only recover his principal, without either interest or 
costs, while the borrower forfeits and pays to the school fund ten per cent, interest. Judgments 
draw interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum; but if a different rate is fixed on the con- 
tract sued fur, the judgment will draw interest at the rate expressed in the contract, provided 
that uo rate of interest is expressed in sucli contract greater than ten per cent, per annum, 
and such rate mustalso be expressed in the judgment. Accounts draw interest at the rate of 
six per cent, per annum, commencing six mouths after date of last item. 



Carr'iage and Wa(fou 

Althouse H. (wagon), 
Kachelhoffer Edward (wagon), 
*Kussian F. G. (wagon), 
Schuette Carl (wagon), 
*Wessels & Heetland (dealers), 
*Ziramernian & Kerson (repairer 
Edwards .Jacob A. (wagon), 
Dach W. .J. (wagon), 
Beymer R. S. (dealer), 
/ Coole R. F. (wagon). 
Lath-op H. G. (dealer). 
Mar ley Riley (wagon), 
McGregor Cherry H. (dealer), 
Predgeon W. E. 
Fullen Johu (dealer), 
Hick Johu (repairer), 
Hixon & Dwire (repairers), 
Shadford C. D. (wagon). 
Trotter William (repairer), 
Uarr H. M. (wagon). 
Melon Bros, (dealers), 
Muir P. (wagon), 
Toppings & Haskell (dealers), 
*Clark Bros, (dealers), 
Clark L. R. (wagon),* 
Cookingham W. (wagon), 

* Mason & Taylor (dealers), 

* Peppers William (dealer), 
Beedle J. M. (repairer), 
Gilford J. C. (light and dealer), 
Modlin J. W. (wagon) 
llarlinger tfe Son (dealers), 
*Rummell A. J. & Co. (light 

wagon), 
*Bradley & Nicoulin (light 

wagon), 
Hack man E. W. (wagon), 
^*Johnsou A. M. & G. M. (light 

wagon). 



Makers. 

Ackley 



s), 



Adair 

Adel 

Afton 



Agency 



Ainsworth 
Akron 



Albia 



/' 



and 
and 

and 



Albion 



Alden 



Algona 



/ 



Johnson Peter J. (wagon), 
Jones J. R. (dealer), 
McNall J. H. (wagon), 
Ray »& Phelps (repairers), 
Resseque & Laage (repairers), 
St. John John (repairer). 



Burns H. R. (repairer), Allerton 
*Higley A. N. (dealer), 

*Meridith & Knerr (dealers), " 
■■■Smith L. L. (dealer), 

l^andfield C. E. (dealer), Allison 

Hoadly Charles (wagon), " 

Hunter & Riggs (dealers), " 
Levis C. W. (dealer), 

Vick F. W. (wagon dealer), " 
Bladine J. (repairer). Alta 
Bursten H. (repairer), " 
Montz J. H. (light and wagon), " 
*Van Buskirk W. S. (dealer), " 
*Kass Peter (repairer), Alton 
Ball A. M. (wagon), Ames 
Little C. (wagon), " 
Loughran Machine Co. (dealers), " 
O' Brian George (dealer), " 
*Perkins & Son (dealers), " 
Miller C. B. (wagon), Amish 
Miller J. B. (repairer), " 
Brant E. H. (wagon), Auamosa 
Brown & Cunningham (wagon deal- 
ers), 
*Huggins & Griffith (light and wag- 
on, also dealers), " 
Rigby J. T. &, Son (wagon), 
*Daudel D. H. & Son (wagon and 



dealers), 



Andrew 



yj'Griffin N. E. (light and spring wagon), 

Mau Herman (repairer), 

Tel)ben John (wagon). 

Burkhart N. C. (light and wagon), 

*Kiug W. G. & Co. (dealers),^ 

*Townsend C. E. (dealer), 

*Voorhees J. C. (dealer), 

Bornman Gotlief (wagon), 

Boock H. H. (dealer), 

*Hoch & Rottler (dealers), 

Kuhse Henry (repairer), 

*Mohr D. H. (dealer), 

Wagner & Grim (repairers), 

Arthur L (wagon), 

*Boor & Benjamin (dealers), 

Butler E. E. (repairer), 
J Johnson J. H. (dealer), 

Luke & Glass (repairers). 



Anita 



Arbor Hill 
Arcadia 



Arthur 

Ash ton 

Atlantic 



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AubufQ 
Audubon 



Aurelia 



Aurora 
Avoca 



Baldwin 

Bancroft 

Battle Creek 

Bayard 

Bedford 



Carricifje and Wagon Makers — continued. 

*Meredith, Dickey & Co. (dealers), Atlantic 

*Needie J. H. & Son (repairers and 

dealers), " 

Snouflfer R. A. Mrs. (repairer), " 

*Yetzer J. C. & Co. (dealers), 

Frazier James (repairer), 
/ Reynolds J. A. (repairer), 

*Cross C. H. (dealer), 

Keen George F. (wagon), 

*McFar]and, Dickey & Co. (dealers), 

McKarahan & Vandenburgh (dealers), 

Paine Seth (dealer), 
/ *Pound James (light and wagon), 

Bischel Aug. (dealer), 

Conner Francis M. (repairer), 

Ellsworth F. (repairer), 

*0'Neal F. (dealer), 
y.*Stock burger Daniel (light), 

Yeager J. A. (repairer), 

King John W. (repairer). 

Hart L. C. (repairer), 

*Norton C. H. (dealer), 

Tanke Bros, (dealers). 

*VViese & Sievers (dealers), 

Konkle T. W. (wagon), 

Beck Joseph (repairer), 

Salldin J. N. (repairer), 

*Keenan J. A. (dealer), 

Vaux Bros, (wagon). 

Fowler & Alcorn (dealers), 

*Martin & Turner (dealers), 

*^IcKenzie & McGregor (dealers), 

Ramsey & Titus (dealers). 

Sawyer Nathan (repairer), 

Scovill S. S. (repairer), 

*Widner B. & Co. (dealers). 

Young George (repairer), 

Kahel James (repairer), 

Wilson J. D. (wagon dealer), 

Collins M. (dealei), 

Kappas & Pinell (dealers), 

*Kegler, Weinschenk & 

(dealers), " 

Konneman & Bros, (dealers), " 

Krantz Christian (wagon), " 

Selzer Jacob (wagon), " 

^ Wolmersdorf Wm. (light and 

wagon). " 

Wuerth John (wagon), " 

*Butterfield & Bariliolomew (dealers), 

Belmonrt 

*Kahl Henry F. (repairer), " 

/Lathrop E. J. (wagon), " 

*Meyer William A. (repairer), " 

*Stacy Peter (wagon), " 

Stevens A. W. & Son (dealers), 

Bentonsport 

Bieman John (light wagon, 
dealer). 

Farrell & Munger (dealers), 

Shott S. B. (wagon), 

Steele James (wagon), 

Harting D. C. (repairer), 

*Hoebel Philip (dealer), 

*Nauman E. D. (dealer). 

Trout Clarence (repairer), 

Tinsley Philip (wagon). 

Duckworth L. T. (dealer), 

Hulett S. (wagon), 



Bloom field 

t 



Belle Plain 



Bellevue 



Ahlers 



Brandon 

Breda 

Bristow 
Britt 



Brooklyn 



also 



Laugenstein John & Co. (wagon), 
Warrington Prevo Buggy Co., 
Yost Fred (wagon), Blue Grass 

Hallanger F. A. (wagon), Bode 

Beck John Q. (wagon), Bonaparte 

Noske Bros, (dealers), 
Attica LRees & Riggle (light and wagon), 

Sprankle W. U. (wagon), " 

*Stebbins Bros, (dealers),- ' 

Anderson Thomas (repairers), Bon Durant 
■^Andrews J. H. (dealer), Boone 

Bain M. (repairer), " 

*Boggs & Wheelock (dealers), '" 

Capron B. (repairer), '' 

*Crary Bros, (dealers), 
Lathrop H. (repairer), " 

Rose J. R. (repairer), *' 

Shaunabarger J. P. (repairer), " 

yj-Sommers C. (wagon), " 

Thompson Theodore (wagon), 
Albert W. A. (wagon), 
*Haines J. E. & Son (wagon), 
*Bruning C. & Son (dealers), 
Derner F. (wagon), 
Cline F. M. (wagon), 
Bagley ^Bennett J. H. (wagon), 
"^''"■■" Robinson Richard (repairer), 
Thompson J. W. (dealer), 
Collum P. J. (repairer), 
Dalby Wm. H. (light and wagon) 
Frey John T. (wagon), 
Graham E (wagon), 
*Gwin & Overman (dealers), 
Robinson Thos. & Son (wagon), 
*Sharrar & Orr (dealers)s 
>Gell W. H. (wagon), 
*Walrath & Son (dealers), 
Krutchfield Henry (repairer), 
Reinbrecht Phillip (wagon), 
*Bennett&Frantz (light and heavy). 

Columbia and 3d, Burlington 

Bischoff Geo. (repairer), 901 Jeflfer- 

son, " 

*Buhrmaster F. W. (wagon). " 

*Burg vVagon Co. (farm and spring 

wagon, wholesale mfrs.), 1001 

and 1023 Osborn, 
Burlington Carriage Works, J. W. 

Jenkins prop.r3d c Elm, " " 

Faris & Philabaum (deftlers), 211 

Front, 
Fitchner Adam (repairer), 408 and 

410 Central av, 
*Funck & Hertzler (farm wagon, 

wholesale mfrs.), 830 Jefferson 

and 837 Washington, 
Gerlinger M. (repairer), 
Gutekunst Martin (wagon), 309 Divi- 
sion, " 
Hinpp & Wagner (repairers), " 
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Bloomfield 



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Jenkins Joseph W 
*Kel]ey J. L. & 

North 4th, 
Mechlinburg Aug. (repairer), 1534 

Mark Lane, 
Schramm R. (repairer) 

Tliin', 



(repairer), 

Co. (dealers), 101 



121 Soulli 



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Uarriaf/e and Wagon Makers — continued. 
*Stau(lard Farm Machinery Co.(deul- 



/ 



Builington 

Bussey 

Cairo 

Calamus 

Calliope 



Calmar 

Cambri(li;e 

Canton 

Carroll 



Carson 



Cascade 



/ 



/ 



ers), 215 and 217 Front, 

Mick K. M. (wagon), 

Haverill A. II. (wa^on), 

Martin John (wagon), 

*Hodgin W. E. (dealer). 

Smith E. F. (dealer), 

Wheeland it Huniinel (dealers), 

*Miller, Giessing & Co. (wagon), 

Nellis Charles (wagon), 

Keister H. & Son (wagon), 

*Dacewitz J. (wauon), 

*Park-s D. H. (dealer), 

^Trowbridge Wm. (dealer), 

*\Vetherell & Guam (dealers), 

Boruff M. (repairer), 

Newman Bros, (dealers), 

Stadler J. G. (wagon), 

*Wies & Clausen (dealers), 

*Becker & Sauser (dealers). 

Fay P. J. (repairer), " 

Heitchen Henry (repairer), " 

*Huutington C. H. & Sou (repairers), " 

Loes Jacob (repairer), " 

^Bancroft & Wilson (repairers, also 

dealers), Cedar Falls 

Harris Thomas & Co. (light), 

Hetzel John (repairer), " 

Juhl P. C. (repairer), 

Kellogg E. E. (dealer), 

Magnussen O. S. & Co, (repairers), " 

Buchanan & Boutty (dealers), Cedar Rapids 

Camp E. L. (wagon), " 

Effmeyer & Hughes (light), 

Ewins G. M. (repairer), 

*Hamiltou & Amidon (dealers), 

Hesse Bros, (repairers), 
yTisdell Daniel (light and wagon), 

Upton L. A. (dealer), 

*Walker & Hanright (dealers), 

Yarcho J. F. (repairer), 

Bashaw J. W. (wagon). 

Fridley Bros, (repairers), 

*Hamilton D. (dealer), 
/ Harper John (light and wagon), 

McCue John (wagon), 

*Williams J. W. & Sons (dealers), 

Dawson Thomas (repairer) 

Heuberger Jacob (wagon), 

Bently ct Teas (repairers), 

Bussell Bros, (dealers), 

*Glenn H. S. (wagon), 

*Hollinger & Deming (dealers), 

Layton J. W. (wagon), 

*Manning Eli (dealer), " 

*Schreiber Wm. (light and wagon), " 

Beock Bros, (repairers), Charles City 

Bloom Bros, (buggy), " 

*Clemens Jos. & (Jo. (wagon), " 

Cole M. S. (light and v agon), " 

Fell & Man thery (dealers). 

Fluent T. G. (repairer), " 

Henry & Curtis (wagon), " 

*Kenogg William (dealer), 

*Pagles John (wagon), " 

Sylvester C. A. (repairer), 

Kyle & Smith (repairers), Charlotte 

Spellman Thos. E. (repairer), " 

Howard W. C. (repairer), Chelsea 



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Centervill 



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Chapin 
Chariton 



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and 



Jones W. F. (wagon), 
*Hankins John P. (dealer), 
Reigel John G. (repairer), 
Scharfentein Wagon Co., 
*Snedecor J. N. (dealer). 
Chamberlain James (repairer), 
*Dunlap & Co. (dealers), 
*Gla7.eby John & Co. (light 

wagon), 
*Herzberg & Driftmier (dealers), 
Keener J. (wagon). 
Mason W. H. (wagon), 
Pennington W. T. (repairer), 
Thompson D. M. (dealer), 
Burkholder A. (wagon), 
*Kephardt T. E. (wagon), 
*Perriu J. & Son (dealers), 
Schellenger C. G. (dealer), 
Wincheil Barney (dealer), 
Christ Lorenz (wagon), 
Schrunk Fred (wagon), 
Buckner H. J. (repairer), 
*Carson & Vaughn (dealers), 
*Lee Bros, (dealers), 
Webb D. H. (wagon dealer), 
Bates E. H. (repairer), 
Carlyon T. H. (dealer). 
Clay J. (wagon), 
Dawson J. W. (repairer), 
Groves H. A. (dealer), 
HoUister L. G. (dealer), 
*Palmeter Bros. & McGrau (dealers), 
Poulson J. (repairer), 
Walkup H. G. (dealer), 
*Wood James B. (wagon), 
Clermont Wagon Works (wagon), 
*Ellings Paul (dealer), 
Markham E. W. (repairer), 
Paulson Ole (dealer), 
*Baldwin Bros, (dealers), 
Bratt W. S. & Co. (wagon dealers), 
*Bryant George (light and wagon), 
*Calnan J. P. (road cart, wholesale 

mfr. and dealer), 
Copeland A. YL (wagon), 
Harrown & Cole (repairers), 
Jefferson W. E. (wagon). 
*McDowell F. D. & Co. (light and 

wagon, wholesale and retail 

mfrs.), 
*Shoecraft Simon (dealer), 
Copenhavpr H. (wagon), 
Andrews R. Sr. (light and wagon). 
Fuller M. H. (wagon), 
*Merriam & Campbell (dealers), 
Robinson J. B. (dealer), 
VanDwyer W. H. (light and wagon), 
Anderson A. P. (dealer), 
Collins J. (repairer). 
Dun mere J. B. (repairer), 
*Engleman J. A. (dealer), 
Wilson A. (dealer), 
Shaffer C. E. (wagon), 
Bennett E. O. (wagon), 
*Kennedy J. M. (dealer), 
Morrison M. D. (wagon), 
*Penquite A. A. (dealer), 
Dow William C. (repairer), 
*Hendersou Bros, (dealers), 
Ludlow G E. (wagon,) 



Cherokee 



Clarinda 



Clarksville 
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Clayton 

Clearfield 

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Clinton 



Coburg 
Coggou 



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Colesburgh 
Colfax 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

McQuinlan John (repairer), Colo 

*Ricbardson George H. (wagon), " 
Duncan J. H. (dealer). Columbus City 
Schmidt & Hopp (light and wagon), 
Swyde John (repairer). Conesville 
Olmstead W. E. (wagon), Conrad Grov^* 

Huston Bros, (dealers). Conway 
Luton A. (repairer and dealer), 
*Rumble & DeHaven (dealers), 
*Jones F. C. (dealer), Coon Rapids 

Allen John R. (repairer), Corning 

Anderson M. F. (repairer), " 
Avrill G. A. (dealer), 

Beymer A.M. (dealer), •' 

Browner Claud (repairer), " 

Calkins & Son (dealers), *' 

/Hammel P. B. (wagon), " / 
■^Reid & Pratt (dealer) 

*Johuston S. G. (dealer), " 
*Cathcart ifc Woodruff (dealers), 

Correctionville 

Cleasby F. E. (repairer), " 
*Bradley David & Co. (dealers), 1100 

to 1116 Main, Council Bluffs 

Christiausou Christ (repairer), " 

Claussen John (dealer), " 
*Deere, Wells & Co. (dealers). 

/Hatleuhauer H. F. (light and sulky), 

' 27 4th, 

Iverson & Jensen (repairers), " 
*Keyes Bros, (light, wholesale mfrs.), " 

Krause Adolph (repairer), " 
Kreumeyre & Thompson (light and 

wagon), 

Lohrman ct Hines (repairers), " 

*McFarland Carriage Co. (dealers), •' 

Miller George (repairer), " 

""Odell & Peterson (dealers), " 

Ouderkirk George (repairer), " 

Pederson J. C. (repairer), " 
*Schultz & Hill (light and wagon), 

*Van Brunt Henry H. (dealer), " 

Waterman E. T. (light and wagon), " 

* Weir Shugart Co. (dealers), " 
Evans B. R. (dealer), Cresco 
*lBaac B. (wagon), " 
*McHugh & Lyon (dealers), " 
*Morse George (dealer). " 
*Beggs Brv^s. (wagon, also dealers), Creston 
Hartman G. A. (dealer), " 
Hogaboom S. R. (dealer), " 
IMcClinlock L. D. (light), ' " 
*Patt J. H. (dealer). 

• Pinkerton John M. (wagon), " 

Skirvin T. E. (repairer), 

*Blosser & Bush (light and dealers). Cromwell 
Pickering John S. (wagon), 
CummingsJ. T. (dealer), Dallas Center 

Cunimings W. D. (repairer), 
*Grife C. (repairer), " 

Towner J. H. (repairer), " 

* Woodward O. R. & Co. (dealers), 

Castle George (repairer), Danbury 

Rinehold William (repairer), " 

*Beeck N. (wagon). (\11. Joy). Davenport 

Brandt & Techenlin (wagon), 816 

West 2d, 
Duve A. C. (repairer), 307 and 309 

East 2d. 



*Emerson ife Fisher Co. The (branch 
house), James Mclntyre manager, 
4th and LeClaire, Davenport 

Fries Casper (repairer). Locust and 

Harrison, " 

Gimbel & Phelau (light), 322 West 

3d, " — 

Hegenberger George (light), 311 and 
313 West 3d, 

Jahn & Ruths (repairers), 328 Mar- 
quette, " 

*Johaunsen & Kroeger (wagon). Lo- 
cust and Sycamore, " 

Kurop C. & Son (wagon), 732 West 3d, " 

Lorton & Bro. (dealers), 305 to 311 
East 3d, 

Lueders H. (repairer). 307 East 2d, " — 

"Mason's Carriage Works (light), 

119, 120, 121 and 122 East 4th, " — 

Meier Wm. (wagon dealer), 605 Har- 
rison, " 

Munroe Wm. (repairer), 210 West 
Front, 

Offermann «fc Weise (wagon). I4l4 
West 2d. 

Peterson & Franck (farm and spring 
wagon), 309 West 3d, 

Pumplin William (repairer), Jersej' 

Ridge road and Walnut, " 

Schulz Peter (repairer), 721 West 2d, 

Strassen F. & Son (wagon), 1432 

West 3d, " - 

Thelemann C. (light and wagon), 312 

Harrison, " 

*Thuenen Henry (wagon), 2028 Front, " 

Wittig C. M. (repairer), 321 East 4lh, " 

*Youug. Harford »k Co. (light work 
and spring wagon for the trade), 
218 and 220 East Front. 

*Burnquist John A. (dealer), 

*Morton & Lundgren (dealers), 

Paulson Wm. (repairer), 

Sliold & Anderson (repairers), 

Stromberg P. A. (wagon). 

Coffin tfe Gardner (repairers), 

Berge N. M. (light), 

Kngberton H. (dealer). 

Gilbertson E. (repairer), 

Jennisch C. H. (light), 

Larson C. (wagon) 

*Marsh J. J. (dealer), 

*McKay Alex (wagon). 

Cox O. F. (wagon), 

Hobart T. P. (dealer), 

Sooy H. B. (dealer), 

r Tyler A. V. (light and wagon). 

Bruce R. D. (repairer), 

*lvamper J. H. (wagon), 

*Merrick & Holdridge (repairers), 

Sloan W. (wagon), 

*Prentiss & Garrett (dealers), 

Evers Fred (repairer), 

Hamerly Frank (wagon). 

Hart George (wagon), 

KiehbielF. B. (wagon), 

*Baj'er Wm. (wagon), 

*Farns worth & Guulher (wagon). 

Kirk E. A. (wagon). 

*Ainsworth & Boubright (dealers), 

(p 50,067) Des Moines 



Dayton 



Decatur 
Decorah 



Defiance 



Delaware 

Delhi 

Del mar 

Delta 

Denison 

Denmark 



Denver 
Derby 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers- 

Ashley Henry E. (wagou), 
Barney J. C. (dealer), 
Beemis L. A. (wagon), 
Bloom Henry (wagon dealer), 
Bredimus N. (wagou), 
Camp J. M. (wagon), 
Cox J. H. (wagou), 
Davis & Vance (dealers), 
_**Des Moines Buggy Co. 
wholesale mfrs.). 
*Holmes Geo. L. (trimmer), 
Iowa Buggy Co. (light, road 

and wagou), 
Jennings Bros, (wagon), 
Land Albert, 

McAlister J. R. (repairer), 
McGrew X. B. (repairer), 
*3Iitchel Wagon & ,1. I. Case Plow 

Works Co. The, (dealers), 
Munsell F. E. (repairer), 
Nutt J. (wagon), 
*Pitt J. T. (liffht), 812 Walnut, 
*Randall & ^Dickey (dealers), 402 

and 404 East Locust, 
Rozelle & Cooper (wagon), 
i Shaver Carriage Co. (light and 
wagon), 307 East 1st, 
Sickles H. H. & Co. (dealers), 
Voodrey F. (repairer), 7th, between 

Wahiut and Locust, 
Buttertield T. F. (dealer), 
/ Bulterfuss Phil, (light and wagon), 
Cranston D. J. (repairer), 
Dignan John (wagou), 
*Emmert P. R. & Co. (dealers), 
Flannery P. (dealer), 
Randall H. (repairer), 
Phillips T. J. (wagon). 
Seise Fred (wagon), 
Benson M. P. (repairer) and 

dealer), 
Gerkee Aug. (wagon). 
Cross C. E. (repairer). 
Rice John O. (repairer), 
Wensiug William (wagon), 
/ Shotl Chas. (repairer). 
' Goddnrd E. V. (wagon). 
Pierce & Kyle (dealers), 
*\Vhaley W. V. (dealer), 
*Crablree & Capellen (dealers), 
Gilson G. C. (dealer). 
Morgan John (wagon), 
Olson ct Naton (repairers), 
*Palmer & Longley (dealer), 
Quasdorf C. A. & Bros, (wagon), 
/l^oot ct Thompson (light ancTwagon) 
Bock & Reed (wagon), Couler av n 

Eagle Point av, 
Buckmann Michael (wagon), 427 
loth 
/*Butl Bros, (wagou), 645 Iowa, 
Butt John (wagon) 879 Clay. 
^Connolly Thomas (light and heavy), 

7lh and Iowa, 
*Cooper A. A. (farm, freight and 
—- plantation wagon, wholesale 

mfr.). Main c 3rd, 
y Duggan John (light and wagon), 1st 
— Locust, 



continued. 

Des Moines 



Duggan, Sullivan «& Kinsella (deal- 
ers), 190 Main, and 40 So. Main, Dubuque 
yj'Faherty T. (cart dealer), 32 Main, 
Fath John (repairer), Rockdale, 
Gauahl John (repairer), 19 White, " 

Hammerond E. (buggy and wagon), 



Main 



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De Witt 



2404 Couler av, 
Hill Thos (repairer), 1st bet 

and Iowa, 
Kuntz & Altona (trimmers), 1225 Clay, 
1 *McDermott A. S. (dealer), 38 South 

Main, 
/ Xewmau John (light and wagon, also 
' dealer), 4th bet. Main and Locust, 

Parker A. £ (light and wagon), 831 

Clay, 
Pohl Wm. (wagon), 257 Johnson av, 
Pritchard C. L. Mfg. Co. (light and 

wagon), 74 Souih Main, 
Rej'noldson E. L. (farm wagon deal- 
er), 62 South Main, 
*Schloz Fred (wagon), 1246 Clay, 
Van Horn Charles H. (spring wag- 
on), 505 Clay, 
Wuuderlich A. (repairer), 
y Bailey James (wagon), 
Degraff John (wagon), 
Calanan J. (repairer). 
i Corley S. S. (repairer), 
Jones A. D. (dealer), 
.Manchester F. J. (repairer), 
*.Moore J. A. i.t Co. (dealers), 
Pease Z. W. (repairer), 
Smith C. H. (repairer). 
* Taylor O. W. & Co. (dealers), 
"Benthieu M. (dealer), 
*Bierkam Wm. (wagou and dealer), 
Harst John (wagon), 
Rohlfs John (wagon), 
*Armstning J. (dealer). 
Haas & Woestman (dealers), 
Higgius Peter (repairer), 
Meyer M. (wagou), 
Mieding Fred, (wagon), 
Muche H. (dealer), 
/Summers 1. (light and wagon), 
Doud's Station Burris J. H. (dealer), 

Dow City I'rawfurd & Storey (dealers), 
j Howard H. W. (wagon). 
! KraubuehlJ. T. (wagou). 
Dows ! Mouroe G. J. (dealer), 
Stewart J. B. (dealer), 
" I *Armbruster M. (dealer), 

" ' Breunech Bros, (dealers), 

! Doertler & Kriee (repairers). 
, *Middleton L. B. (dealer), 
" i Spears R. (repairer), 

Schaikr Adam (wagou), 
Dubuque Taylor J. B. (dealer), 

*\Vesche Henry (dealer), 
/ Young John (wagon), 
IvePsler Albert GT (wagou), 
" Prentice Charles (wairon), 

Timme & Kessler (wagon), 
fraucis & Scott (repairers), 
\ Pen-}' .Joseph (wagon), 
; *.Mitikler F. L. (wagou), 
i Edick C. S. (repairer). 
French & Carter (lumber wagon deal 
ers). 



Dumont 

Dunkerton 

Duulap 



Dexter 



Duraut 



Dyersville 



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Dodgeville 

Doon 

Dorchester 



Dysart 



Eagle Grove 



Earlville 



Early 



Eddyville 

Edffewood 
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dealer) 
Shaver J. E. (lumber wagon), 
Guptill F. E. (repairer), 
Knapp M. C. (repairer), 
*Lehman C. ifc J. W. (dealers), 
Lehman Peter (repairer), 
^ Hosier R. W. (wagou), 
^*Newenswander John (light 
wagon), 
Gleason D. (repairer), 
Livingood David (repairer), 

Sclioch C. F. (light and wagon), 

*Stemmer, Diltmer & Co. (dealers), 
Walter A. (repairer), 

Knospe William (wagon), 

*Laxson Y. G. (dealer), 

Oehrle C. (wagon), 

Roeder C. (waffon), 

Gillett G. W. (i-epairer), 
^ Garburg Fred (wagon), 

*Murry & Barnes (dealers), 

*Petty J. H. (dealer), 

Streepy J. F. (repairer). 

Rowley H. M. (repairer), 

Osten & McMullen (repairers), 

■■■"Keckman & Shraeder (dealers, 

Nolan J. F. & P. B. (dealers), 
/*Skinner Mfg. Co. (light and wagon), 

Taylor C. E. (repairer). 

Miller F. W. (wagon), 

Carlson J. M. (wagon), 

*Malony W. N. (dealer), 

McMaster T. H. (wagon). 

Nelson August (wagon), 

*Quist P. J. (dealer), 

Barber & James (repairers), 

Carter & Whelan (dealers), 

Hanson & Daggett (repairers), 

Hordie & Ray (dealers), 

Jehu & Foote (dealers), 

Pelton S. H. (wagon),, 

Rliodes F. H. & Co. (dealers), 

Ridley J. W. (dealer), 

*Smilliburg P. (repairer), 

Boutwell L. (heavy wagon), 

Fay George (dealer), 

Lamb E. M. (wagon), 

jMiller L. T. (repairerj, 

Peesley John (dealer), 

McGregor W. B., 

Beatty & Co. (dealers), 

Bergquist A. F. (repairer), 

Brier John (repairer), 

*Lamson Ward (dealer), 

*Lewis W. C. (dealer), 

Locke J. & Co. (wagon). 

Pierce D. C. (dealer). 



Eldora 

Eldorado 
Elgin 



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Elkader 



Elkport 



Ellington 

Elliott 



Elwell 

Elwood 

Emmeltsburg 



Epworth 
Essex 



Estherville 



Farmington 

Farragut 

Fayette 



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Fairbank 



Fairfax 
Fairfield 



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y Taylor & Son (wagon), " 

/ *Turney Joel & Co. (wagon), " 

Vannostrand D. J. (repairer), " 

Benzer Bros, (wagon dealers), Farley 

Jennings W. W. (wagon dealer), " 

*McGee George «& Co. (dealers), " 

*Ransom Bros, (dealers), " 

Hinsch C. (wagon), Farmersburgh 

*Burg L. Mfg. Co. (light, wagon and 

road cart), Farmington 

Hartrick Henry (wagon). 



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Festina 

Floyd 

Fonda 

Fontanelle 



Foote 
Forest City 



Fort Atkinson 
■ Fort Dodge 



*Noske G. (dealer), 

Stoddard & Podyne (repairers). 

Beach H. A. (repairer), 

*Jones J. C. (dealer). 

Beech O. M. (repairer), 

*Budd & Montgomery (dealers), 

Graff & Son (dealers), 

Kenimerer F. H. (dealer), 
J- Knight Bros, (wagon), 

Saunders F. (repairer), 

*Sperry C. W. (dealer), 

Winston A. (wagon), 

Luthenhaus Anton (wagon), 

Lampear N. J. (wagon), 

Ibson P. G. (repairer), 

Colwell A. N. (wagon), 

Hurd J. S. (dealer), 

*x\IcCampbell J. J. (dealer), 

Seymore William (wagon), 

Litzenberger W. C. (repairer), 

*Jensen R. P. (repairer), 

*Thompson & Anderson, 

Wheeler & Jewell (dealers), 

Williams B. (dealer), 

Huber G. H. (dealer), 

Thomas Frank (wagon), 

Armstrong G. W. (repairer), 

Cain P. (dealer), 

Cauley & Noonan (repairera), 

Fitzsims W. (wagon). 

Fleck Nicholas (wagon). 

Ford J. C. & Son (dealers), 

*Granger & Mitchell (dealers), 

HalliganC. (repairer), 

Neidaker Daniel (repairer), 

Scanlon John (repairer), 

Schaffer William (repairer), 

Sherman & Crowell (dealers), 

Strauss William (repairer), 
: Thompson Fred (wagon), 
'I Throw N. (repairer), 

Auwaerter J. (wagon), 

Herminghausen L. W. (repairer), 

Holszberger Bros, (light and heavy), 

*Kern S. A. (dealer), 

Knoblack & Co. (wagon), 

Morrison D. A. (dealer), 

Reeves J. T. (repairer), 

Ritcher Chas. (dealer), 

*Smith G. H. ife K. (dealers), 

Dyck Henry (wagon), 

Chamberlin L. A. (wagon), 

Boyer M. L. (wagon). 

Fenton J. W. (wasrou), 

Otto F. H. (dealer), 

Hoadley G. W. (repairer), 

Lewis J. F. (wagon). 

Stiles & Ede (dealers), 

Thomas L. H & Co. (dealers), 

Cook & Harberg (waeon), 

Limbach Joseph (wagon), 

Moak J. E. (dealer), 

Striebel Joseph (repairer and dealer), 

Wenner O. S. (wagon), Garrison 

Jones P. (wagon), Garwin 

Schneider Carle (wagon), Gerraanville 

Mundt C. (wagon), Giard 

Wester Peter (wagon). Gilbert vi lie 

Gregg S. & Co. (dealers), Gilman 

Jones Wm. FL (wagi>n), " 



Fort Madison 



Franklin 

Frankville 

Frederica 

Fulton 

Galva 

Garden Grove 



Garnavillo 



Garner 



ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES, PAINTED OR NATURAL WOOD FINISH. 

SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 

% BINCHAMTON WAGON CO., BINCHAMTON, N, Y., U. S. A. 

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Gilman 



/ 



Gilmore City 
Glad brook 



Glasgow 
Gleinvood 



/ 



Glidden 



Gosport 



Grand River 

Grand View 

Gray 

Greene 



Perry J. S. (dealer), 

*Sutherland & Pence (dealers), 

Long J. B. (repairer), 

Hearling Robert (repairer), 

*Henderson Bros, (dealers), 

Lammers L. (repairer), 

Wright John VV. (wagon), 

Bartholomew J. (repairer), 

Brooks W. H. (repairer). 

*Davis George A. (dealer), 

Jones Benj. (repairer), 

*Lufk)n Daniel B. (dealer), 

*Otis G. F. (repairer). 

Shannon F. F. (repairer). 

Ford J. W. (buggy and wagon), 

Gibson B. F. (dealer), 

*Grace J. F. & Co. (dealers), 

*Linn & Smith (repairers), 

Messersmith John (wagon), 

*Potter W. E. (dealer), 

Parks D. H. (wagon), 

Broons Henry (repairer). Grand Junction 

Mattison I. J. & Co. (light and wag 

on), 
Parmenter H. A. & Son (dealers), 
*R()by W. G. (wagon), 
*Zellhoefer W. F. (dealer), 
Day George (repairer), 
Bridges D. M. (repairer), 
Hepp Fred C. (light and wagon), 
^Farr W. H. (light and wagon), 
Hoyl F. B. (wagon), 
^Sylvester Bros, (light and wagon), 
*VVilcox & Montgomery (dealers), 
Bacon Wm. & Son (dealers), 
*Batttn W. L. & Co. (dealers), 
Carson J. M. (dealer), 
Letts Frank (repairer), 
*AIorrison J. E. (dealer), 
Patterson & Hofstatter (wagon), 
Schumesh N. J. (repairer). Green Island 

Reed C. W. (wagon). Grimes 

/(•Barnes A F. & Co. (lightand wagon), Grinnell 
Graver J. A. (dealer), 
*Foster & Bailey (dealer:^), " 

Kepcke Fred (repairer), " 

Palmer E. T. (wagon), 
*Peiry C. N. (dealer), 
*Spaulding Mfg. Co. The (wagon) 
Stahl ifc Sons (wagon). 
*\Vagner H. D. & Co. (dealers), 
*15rown T. P. (dealer). 
Coon ct McKeenan (repairer), " 

Hunter R. J. ct Co. (dealers), 
*Mere(iith, Dickey & Co. (dealers), " 

Munger Clias. (repairer), " 

Will-on & Metcalf (wagon), " 

Burd & Worden (dealers), Grundy Center 

Kliebenstein Henry L. (repairer, also 

dealer), 
*Rice J. C. (dealer), 

Scharfenberge ct Ickinger (repairers), " 
*Stuart & Dodd (dealers), 
Travis A. P. (repairer), " 

Ashton & Phillips (dealers), Guthrie Center 
*Selby, Dickey & Co. (dealers), " 

Swank Isaac (repairer), 
*Luther John (wagon). 
Pink A. (wag(ii)). 



/ 



j'Hobbie C. S. (light), 
^ *Jeffers R. (dealer), 
*Parks William (dealer), 
Smith E. F. (wagon), 
Tobey Bros, (dealers), 
•■•Booth N. (dealer), 
iCass & McAnhur (light and wagon), 
Han.sen T. (light- and wagon), 
Jackson John (dealer), 
McDowell O. (repairer), 
Hammen Jacob Jr (wagon), 
Lahr Peter (wagon). 
Cole T. H. (repairer), 
Guenther Charles (wagon), 
Edel Matthew (repairer), 
Boyer A. U. H. (light), 
Andrews Ralph (wagon), 
Langteldt Henry (wagon), 
Peterson John (wagon), 
Ball & Bell (repairers). 
Perdue Joshua (wagon), 
Duulap John (repairer), 
Jewell S. A. (wagon), 
*Kirkwoo(l J. J. (dealer), 
Morgan C. C. (dealer). 
Orchard George (wagon), 
Clancey C. A. (repairer), 
Skellenger & Blair (wagon), 
Koriick John (light and wagon), 
Harkness B. U. (dealer), 
Nichols A. W. (dealer), 
Nickson S. B. (repairer), 
" j Smith & Grow (repairers), 

" y*Smilh& Smith (repairers and deal 
1 ers), 

Greenfield Spear Bros, (repaireis), 
j*Ward C. E. (dealer), 
" j Crawford W. E. (repairer), 

" 1 *Kingman M. F. (dealer), 

" i^*Smiih ct Johnson (dealers), 
Brockman Charles (wagon), 
Griffin W. O. (light), 
*Jones & Smith (dealers), 
Mitchell W. M. (dealer), 
*Sauer Bros, (dealers), 
*Priuty M. (dealer), 
Bartle & Luther (dealers), 
Bitner John (wagon), 
*Brandenberg & Holzer (wagon\ 



Hampton 

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Harlan 

4 ( 

Harper 

Hartley 

Haverhill 

Ha warden 

Hazel Green 

Holstein 
<< 

Hopeville 
Hopkinton 



Horton 
Hubbard 

Hudson 
Humboldt 



Humeston 



Ida Grove 



Imogene 
Independence 



/Carver & Walker (wagon), 
' *Cui tis T. F. (dealer), 



Griswold 



/ 



/ 



Hale S. (repairer) 

Lamb J. W. (dealer), •' 

""Manning J. R. (dealer), " 

*McGowan A. (dealer), " 

*Plane R. R. & Co. (dealers), 
*Stewart & Cooke (dealers), " 

Whait William (buggy and wagon), 
Uohl George E. (repairer), Indianola 

Law J. H. (dealer), 

Metcalf S. S. (repairer), " 

Olive Fred (wagon). " 

*Peck D. G. (dealer). 
'•Reynolds C. C. & Co. (dealers), 
Richardson W. M. (dealer), " 

Schrieber Christian (repairer), " 

" Hendricks & Bellmore (repairers), Inwood 

" I Switzer J. D. (wagon). Ion 

Guttenberg *Kruger M J. (repairer), Ionia 

Ballard E. A (<lealer), Iowa City 



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*Carson Thomas C. (dealer), Iowa City 

Code Frank (repairer), " 

Corlett J. K. (repairer and dealer), " 

Donlore J. (wagon), •' 
Duulap R. L. (dealer), 

Foul J. (repairer), " 

Herver.t Joseph (repairer), " 

*Kaae, Jones & Hanlon (dealers), " 

Porch L. D. (wagon), " 

Stimmel D. J. (wagon), " 
*Tauner Frank (dealer), 

Carlton It. A. (dealer), Iowa Falls 
*Farrington it Taylor (dealers), 
Fitts G. H. (wagon), 

Knapp Orrin (repairer), " 
Nichols G. H. (dealer), 

*Stacy Wm. & Son (dealers). " 

Davis George L. (wagon dealer), Janesville 

/-Anderson A. (wagon), Jefferson 

*Bofink Charles & Co. (dealers), " 
■ Fuller F. E. (dealer). 

*Hassett & Son (dealers), " 

Lindell A. (wagon), " 

*Kenyon &, Udall (light), Jesup/ 

Wilkins H. (light), " ' 

Sandage J. P. (repairer), Jewell 

Bruden William J. (dealer), Kellogg 
Foster W. B. (wagon), 

^'Johnson John (wagon), Kelly 

Lisser Joseph (wagon), Kent 
^Bowman & Bo3'er (dealers), 18 and 

20 South 6th. Keokuk 
*£ckbohm. Dross & Co. (dealers), 
^ • H iwkeye Buggy Co. (light, also 

dealers), " 
-Hawkeye Carriage Works, 9 to 15 

South 1st, 
flyers Theo. (light and wagon), 787 

and 729 Johnson, " 
Schlolter&Robbius (light, also dealeis), " 
^Worley S. T. & Son (light and wag- 
on), 622 to 625 Johnson, " 
Blacklidge & Cameron (dealers), Keosauqua 
Duffield A. C. (dealer), 
Hartson W. M. (wagon), " 
Maltbie M. B. (repairer). 
>- Monroe G. W. (wagon), 

Barnes Ezra (dealer), Keota 
Millhouse H. A. (repairer), 

*Randolph Bros, (dealers), " 
Van Winkle Bros. & Co. (light and 

wagon), " 

Fasold D. (repairer), Keswick 

*Ivnowles & Smaltz (dealers). Kingsley 

*Law Bros, (dealers), " 

Oberholser M. H. (wagon). " 

Schneider C. C. (repairer), " 

Tennant S. A. (dealer). " 

Bierie & Walkey (wagon), Knittel 

*Bacon & Barnes (dealers), Knoxviile 
,,^*Cunningham J. S. & Son (dealers), " 
Gilson J. C. (dealer), 
Jacob W. C. (dealer), 

*Warner & Scoles(cart), " J, 

* Woodruff Bros, (dealers), " 

*Konrad C. (wagon dealer), Lacona 

*Anderson H. T. (dealer). Lake City 

Clow C. C. (wagon), " 

Elliott S. P. (dealer), " : 



Lake City 



Lake Mills 

Lake Park 

Lake View 

La Moille 

Lamoni 



Lamont 
La Motte 
Lancaster 

Lansing 



Lawler 
LeClaire 



LeGrand 
LeMars 



*Gortner & Burt (dealers), 
Gunther W. U. (repairer), 
Jacobs & Clark (repairers), 
*Mosely R. E. (dealer), 
Russell & Smith (repairers), 
*Greeley & De Vany (dealers), 
Nicholas Ben (repairer), 
Ross C. G. (wagon), 
Butler O. E. (repairer), 
Dancor E. H. (dealer), 
*Evans M. & Son (dealers), 
^Hopkins & Hudson (dealers), 
Rabidon J. J. (repairer), 
Rogers J. B. (repairer), 
Wilkins William (wagon), 
Francis John P. (wagon), 
Cochran O. J. (wagon). 
Beck & Muller (wagon), 
*Hufschmidt Robert (dealer), 
"Rud L. O. & Co. (wagon), 
*.McKone James (light and wagon), 
Touney Gilbert (repairer), 
*Becker Hugo (dealer), 
Vaneaken B. W. (wagon), 
Wright H. P. (wagon), 
Zuber Joseph (dealer), 
Salisbury James M. (repairer), ' 
Bailey & Co. (dealers), 
Belan William (repairer), 
Bunt Richard (repairer), 
Henricksou James (repairer). 
Miller Bros, (repairers), 
*Pew Bros, (dealers), 

* Priestley & Son (dealers), 
Schafer & Buchter (wagon), 
Sullivan Bros, (repairers), 
Sullivan John (repairer), 
Wernli W. J (dealer), 
Zimmerman Bros, (dealers), 
Barry Bios, (light and wagon), 
Cavitt Charles (rep tirer), 
Haggard Charles D. (repairer), 
Layue L. A. (wagon), 
*.McKenzie A. (dealer), 
Slattery John (repairer), 
Thompson Bros, (dealers), 

* Wilson L. B (dealer). 
Babbitt H. (repairer), 
Bfirnes Thomas (repairer). 
Bell & Merwin (repairers), 
G irdner John S. (dealer), 
Gould. Wallace it Co. (dealers), 
*Marry C. M. (dealer), 
Sinilh G. W. (repairer). 
Carr George E. (repairer), 
Di.^hrow it Son (repairers). 
"■G.mliier W. A. (dealer), 
.Mc.\aii' R. G. (repairer), 
Moothart R. (repairer), 
Winn F. (wagon dealer), 
Moore J. P. (wagon), 
*Nash C. P. (dealer). 
Williams & Wood (wagon), 
Hai per D. S. (wagon), 
Johnson Chas. R. (dealer), 

Mock & Williams (repairers), " 

*Bracewell & Marick (dealers), Lineville 

Uaderhill Jackson (light and wagon), 
Buchel Anton (wagon). Little Port 

Reeves Bros, (repairers). Livermore 



Lenox 



Leon 



LeRoy 
Lewis 



Lexington 

Libertyville 

Lime Springs 

« t 
Linden 



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BANNER ROAD WAGONS, 
BANNER SPRING SURREYS. ^ i 



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INGHAMTON WAGON CO,, 

BINGHAITITOIV, N. Y. 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers 

Hill George (wagon), 

Stewart D. (waaon), 

Stocker J. W. (dealer). 

Flanagan John J. (repairer), 

Kelsey E. R. (repairer), 

Vondraska John (wagon), 

Jenkins J. D. (repairer), 

Boettger Henry (dealer), 

Freund J. & Co. (dealers). 
/Hanson H. (wagon), 

Klieu A. (repairer), 

Keinmann H. D. (repairer), 

Richnian William (dealer), 

Rowe Thomas (wagon), 

Bronson A. M. (dealer), 

Oathout G. W. (wagon), 

Miller G. L. wagon), 

Goetzinger N. (wagon), 

*Rosberg William (wagon), 

Becker Fred, (repairer), 

Case H. C. (dealer) 

Condon R. (wagon), 

Lee John & Sons (repairers). 

Rudman iVI. (repairer), 

Tietjens J. C, (wagon), 

Lee J. M (dealer). 

Sauberg G. A. (repairer), 

*Bernard Bros, (repairers), 

Whitmarsh tt Wiley (repairers), 

Brohard J. T. (wagon), 

Bushnell E. E (repairer), 

*Foulks Bros. & Co (dealers), 

Knight John (repairer), 

*Skadan J. E. (dealer), 

Atkinson Z. L. (repairer), 

*Beardslee A. L. (dealer), 

Ferris C. W. (dealer), 

French P. S. (wagon), 

Hutchinson Crawford Mrs. (dealer), 
^*Kennedy R. G. (light and wagon), 

^Kennedy & Miller (dealers), 

Morse A, A. (dealer), 
/Seamans H. C. (wagon), 

Sheldon M. W. (dealer), 

* Young S. R. (dealer), 
Kerr C. L. (dealer), 
Sladovink Joseph (wagon). 
*Arney Bros. & Crawford (dealers), 

* Barnes C. A. (dealer), 
Hoffman M. (repairer and dealer), 
Liddle E. A. (repairer and dealer). 
*Reinholdt C. H. (dealer), 
Ebersole E. L. (dealer), 
Hogoboom E. B. (light and wagon), 
Kenning John & Co. (dealers), 
Kline H. A. (dealer). 

Long & Nickerson (dealers), 
Clark W. P. (repairer), 
"■^Hamilton Bros, (dealers), 
Sooey & Martin (wagon), 
Baker W. W. (wagon), 
*Barnes Bros, (wagon). 
Burkley & Robinson (wagon), 
*Carter & Ringlep (dealers), 
Harris John C. (wagon), 
*Mann & Black (dealers), 
Nelson Michael (wagon), 
OrendorffO. (repairer), 
Owen Alfred S. (repairer). 



contirnied. 



Loffan 



Lohrville 

Lone Tree 

Lost Nation 
Lowden 



Moquoketa 



Low Moor 
Luana 

Lucas 

Luxemburg 

Luzerne 

Lyons 



Macksburg 

Madrid 

Malcolm 

Malvern 



/' 



Manchester 



Manilla 

Manly 

Manning 



Manson 



Mapleton 



Maquoketa 



Marathon 
Marble Rock 



Marcus 



Marengo 



Marion 
<< 

(< 

Maine 

Marshalltown 
and 
road 



Rhodes N. O. (dealer). 
Tucker Lafaj'ette (wagon), 
Frank Will (wagon), 
Hallen Peter (repairer), 
Bisseli S. P. (repairer), 
Crablree W. B. (wagon), 
*Gates W'ilcox & Co. (dealers), 
Meier & Clay (repairers), 
Pierce C. W. (repairer), 
*Barnes & Bird (dealers), 
Hanhani John (repairer). 
Heath R. W. (repairer). 
^Nelson P. B. (dealer), 
Oleson A. B. (repairer), 
Keene Fred A. (light and wagon), 
*Owens & Clements (dealers), 
^Smokey Joseph (wagon), 
*Snavely W. A. (dealer), 
Vogt Philip (repairer), 
^Alderman &, i^usby (dealers), 
Dawson & Burns (wagon), 
Reinharnmer J. S. (repairer), 
Windsor F. E. & Son (wagon), 
■"Withers George R. (dealer), 
Nusbaum M. (repairer), 
*Rogers J. F. (dealer), 
*Sauney J. H. (dealer), 
Winters T. W. (repairer), 
Bowen W. H. (repairer), 
Calhoun W. H. (wagon dealer) 
Humlong George 11. (light 

wagon), 
*Ketcham Wagon Co. (light 

cart and heavy wagon), " ' 

Lawrence M. D. (repairer), " 

McjMillon E. C. (wagou dealer), " 

Rewey H, (repairer), " 

*Rh()ades & Carmean (light and wagon), " 
Graves J. (wagon), Martinsburg 

Butterbaugh S. H. & Co. (dealers). Mason City 
*Lieu Bros, (dealers), " 

*Longnecker W. M. (dealer), " 

Mason City Wagou and Plow 

W^orks (wagon), '• 

Wanninger J. (light), " 

*Waughtal & Sons (dealers), 
Taylor & Little (repairers), 
*McCurdey & Arnold (dealers), 
Bowen A. T. (wagon), 
*Cole & Gridley (dealers). " 

Parr W, E. (repairer), " 

Pierson Junius (wagon), " 

*Andrez & Kurzrock (light and 

wagon), McGregor 

*Clemeus J. (wagon), " 

Malsky M. (wagon), " 

*Pearsall A. & Son (light and wagon), " 
Benton E. (wagon), Mechanicsville 

*Davidson B. F. (wagon), " 

Nelson & Rodgers (wagon), Mediapolis 

Young Perry A. (wagon), " 

Taggart &, Hamilton (repairers), Medora 

*Renz John (wagon), Melrose 

*Poling Totten (repairer), Menlo 

Smith Thomas S. (wagon), " 

Johnson E. M. (waeon), Milford 

Akers A. H. (wagon), Millersburg 

Hall C. B. (repairer), Milo 

Bell Thomas (wagon), Milton 

Cassady W. (wagon), " 



Masonville 
Massena 
Maxwell 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO. 



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Montrose 
Mooreville 



Carnage unci Wuguu Muktra — continued. 

Sherwood A. B. (repairer), Missouri Valley 
Haskius Joseph (wagon), Moclale 

*Spooner P. C. (dealer). Mondamin 

JMorrison Bros, (wagon), Monroe 

Schullz J. F. (repairer), Montezuma 

Abel James (wagon), Monticello 

*IJrown & Cunningham (dealers), " 

*l{uggins & Griffith (dealers), 
Locher A. S. (wagon), 
Matthessen A. (dealer), " 

Pv.ihn W. F. (dealer). V 

J{ itlier J. J. (light and wagon), " 

*Schoonover (wagon), " 

Tice D. C. (wagon), 
Young James (wagon), 
*l)ippo Burnett (wagon), 
Millard W. A. (wagon), 
*Smith T. B. & Bro. (dealers), 
Ellis Thomas (repairer). 
Hall F. F. (repairer), 
*Peatmau & Link (repairirs and deal- 
ers). Moravia 
VVilkius A. T. (wagon), JVIorley 
Caven & McClanahan (repairers and 

dealers). Morning Sun 

Edwards H. (repairer). 
Metier Henr^^ (repairer), " 

*Selzer John (dealer), " 

Upson & Son (dealers), " 

Vertrees W. T. (dealer), 

Black James (repairer). Morrison 

Downs & Buck (light and wagon), Moulton 
Critchfleld E. W. (dealer), Mount x\yr 

*Gray J. W. (repairer), 
Gregg & Lunney (dealers), " 

llucke H. (repairer), " 

*lluggins & Saville (dealers), " 

Leasure & Royce (dealers), " 

Slaughter W. H. (repairer), 
Fleskes Theodore (wagon), 
From Otto (repairer), 
*Gladden William (dealer), 
Pixley W. M. (wagon and dealer), " 

Zuhn H. A. (repairer), " 

Cordrey H. L. (light, wagon and 

dealer), Mt. Union 

Gough E. T. (dealer), Mt. Vernon 

Hayden Z. L. (light), 
^^J*' Adams & Wiles (wagon), 

(p 15,000) Muscatine 
*\ment J. P. (dealer), " 

Apel John (repairer), " 

Banker W. M. (dealer), 
*Bauerbach Joseph (wagon), " 

*Benham M. (dealer), 
Beninger Jacob (repairer), " 

Bierman Christ (wagon), " 

*Geisler Fred (dealer), " 

■^Grady Justis (repairer), " 

Logan & O 'Toole (wagon), " 

Nichwitz Phillipr (repairer), " 

Priester B. (wagon), " 

Raff A. K. (dealer), 
*Schmeltzer Henry (wagon), 
Arnott P. (repairer), 
Butterfield H. L. (dealer), 
*Laird & Granger (dealers). 
Waltz M. F. (light and wagon), 
Kreutter John (repairer), 



Mt. Carmel 
Mt. Pleasant 



Nashua 



National 



Cooper J. H (repairer), Neola 

*Grove D. M. & Co. (dealers), Nevada 

Leffingwell J. Q. (wagon), 

Lyman & Co. (dealers), " 

Wakeman Ross (wagon), " 

Fri'Z L. E. (wagon), New Albin 

Clieney J. F. (repairer), Newell 

*C<)nley William (dealer), 

Jensen & Cole (dealers, " 

Maiikev Thomas (wagon), " 

Redfield J. I. (dealer), 

*Walermau \V. A (dealer), 

Kriss John (wagon), New Hampton 

Liliel & Kempeiidorf (wagon), 

Lilge C. (repairer), " 

*Sunderlim Eugene (dealer), " 

Davis J. (wagon). New Hartford 

Mullen Fred (wagon), New Liberty 

HMMipioii W. H. (dealer). New London 

* Price & Son (dealers), 

Seymour James \V. (wagon), " 

*All)erry Bros, (dealers). New Providence 

*Butler J. C. & Co. (wagon), 

Griebling Fred (wagon), Newton 

*iMann Bros, (wagon), ^ " 

Maytag & Bergham (dealers), 

Sh( ark William (wagon), ' " 

*Vaughn Wm. it Son (dealers), " 

Sandman R. (wagon), New Vienna 

Brundate & Sullivan (wagon), Nora Springs 

*Knapp & Wheeler (dealers), " 

*Si:iimidt G. (wagon). 

Voquette Chas. (wagon), " 

*Zeiike G. A. (dealer). 

*Nordstram O. & J. (repairers), Northfield 

Stat tier Andy (wagon). North Liberty 

Karn Michael (wagon), North Washington 

Lucken Ole (wagon), Northwood 

*Madson Hans (wagon), " 

Forsyth J. M. (wagon), Norwalk 

Varland Thomas T. (wagon). Norway 

Haitwell T. J. (dealer), Oakland 

Howery P. M. (wagon), 

Stedman A. & Co. (repairers), " 

Einspahr J. E. (dealer), Odebolt 

*Mattes Joseph (dealer). 

Prentice & Willard (dealers), " 

*Reynolds J. A. (light), 

Rheaburger W. A. (repairer), " 

Stevens A. (repairer), " 

Sutton G. W. (dealer), 

Tatman L. (wagon), Oelwein 

*Todd A. S. & Son (dealers), 

Johnson John (wagon), Ogden 

McElrov James (wagon), 

*Rice j'. W. (dealer), 

WiLter Bros, (dealers), " 

"Greene Albert (repairer), Olin 

Bakke S. (light), Onawa 

Burton William (dealer), " 

*Freeland M. A. (dealer), Onawa 

Chase Bros, (repairers), Onslow 

Foster Henry C. (wagon), Ontario 

DeWitt & Schalekamp (dealers). Orange City 

Haverkamp G. H. (wagon), " 

*Jongewaard, Noordhoff «& Co. 

(dealers), " 

Mulder B. (repairer), " 

Rozenboom G. (dealer), " 

Hoffstatter J. C. (wagon). Orient 



DINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

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Carnage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

*Burns E. (wagon), Osage 

*Fouda E. S. (dealer), 

*Hill & French (dealers), 

James F. E. & L. (dealers), 

.Terald S. E (wagon), 

MeKinne}' Frank (wagon), " 

Orr W. H. (dealer). 

Hoffman Fred, (repairer), Osceola 

Johnson U. N. (I'epairer), 

*Morrow W. E. (dealer), 

*Myer & Redman (dealers), " 

*Osceola Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Scott A. L. (dealer). 

*Cook L. & Sons (wagon), Oskaloosa 

*Green & Tliomas (dealers), " 

*Hawkins Bros, (dealers), " 

*Jones Jos. (light and wagon), " 

Kliiigman H. (J. (light and wagon), " 

*Miirer & Wriffht (dealers), 

Phillips T. G. "(dealer), 

*Dessel F. W. (dealer), Ossian 

Gleisner O. G. (wagon), 

*Holbrook & Kilisart (repairers and 

de:\Jers). 
*Watercott John (w^agon), " 

*Steineniann J. (wagon), Otley 

Wilmot Anton (repairer). Otter Creek 

Addis George R. (wagon), Otterville 

Burgess J. R. (dealer), (p 15,000) Ottumwa 
Fleer & Barlley (repairer-), " 

Harlman C. F' (wagon), " 

Keister Philip (repairer), " 

McElroy R. N. (wagon dealer), " 

Ottumwa Buggy Co. (dealers), " 

Pollard i.t Belmont (wagon and deal- 
ers). 
*Shepherd John R. (dealer), " 

*Winter & Caster (dealers), 
Coomer Fayette (wagon), Owasa 

Oxford Junction 



^Carter Bros, (dealers), 
Sacora J. (wagcm), 
Murphy J. H. (wagon dealer), 
Payne A. (repairer), 
Kwapeszewski Martin (repairer), 
Oppold C. (wagon), 
Boyer J. S. (dealer). 
Hogeliu L. (repairer), 
*Jasinsky S. (light and wagon), 
Warner Isaac (light and wagon), 
*Yontz J. B. & Son (dealers), 
BusheyR. G. (repairer), 
*Foote S. A. (dealer), 
Jansen D. (wagon), 
Porcupile J. H. (repairer), 
*Ray & Kitzmiller (dealers), 
Hunt J. L. (repairer), 
Koch H. (w^agon), 
Beurkens B. (light and wagon), 
Bruinekool & Boom (wagon), 
Gerel Henry (light and wagon), 
Kempkes T. (repairer), 
Schoeltze W. (repairer), 
*Vandermeulen Bros, (dealers), 
*Van Maaren H. (wagon), 
Veenman A. (repairer), 
Carpenter S. A. & Son (wagon), 
*Chandler W. H. (dealer), 
Hutson A. J. (repairer). 
Lane C. L. (repairer), 



Packwood 
Palmyra 
Panama 

Pan or a 



Parkersburg 



Pdton 

Paullina 

Pella 



Peny 



*Moody & Wiitsee (dealers). 
Peelers »k Peeters (dealers), 
Pike T. F. (repairer), 
Warren W. L. (dealer), 
Wachter J. J. (repairer), 
Hoefer Henry (repairer), 
Horn Elias (repnirer). 
Burgess A. (rei)airer), 
Cline J. R (dealer), 
Hollowell O. H. (repairer), 
Isham Bros, (dealers), 
.lessect Williams. 
Moore H. E. (dealer), 
Kurtz John (wagon), 
Prange August (wagon), 
Schotield Jacob (repairer). 
Smith G. W\ & Son (dealers), 
Knowlton F. i\. (wagon). 
Miller (/. L. (wagon), 
Siolz Max (repairer), 
Hecker Robert F. (wagon), 
McDauiels A. VV^ (repairer), 
Marston A. F. (dealer), 
Meyer Herman F. (repairer), 
.Meyer Jacob (wagon), 
Meyer it Hann (wagon), 
Trefz Wm. (repaire)-). 
Jenks & Son (dealers), 
Liiile tt Gill (dealers), 
tlogers Wm. (repairer), 
Cle'ment W. F. (dealer). 
j Fletcher M. A. (repairer). 
French, Bates & Caine (wagon), 
Purinton John A. (dealer), 
' Weber J. (wagon), 
Hull H. H. (wagon), 
McNaughtct Wilson (repairers), 
King D. G. (repairer), 
Kirk & Reed (dealers), 
*Burrhus A. P. (dealer), 
McMillen J. P. (wagon), 
Parker M. J. (wagon). 
Harris A. J. & Co. (wagon), 
Peterson S. T. G. (repairer), 
Shew^ J. R. (repairer), 
Armtield Geo. W. (dealer), 
Armfleld J. H. (repairer), 
*Carter J. H. (dealer), 
*Browu G. B. (repaiier), 
Dehart A. (wagon and cart), 
*Lane Implement Co. (dealers), 
*McLaughliu Robert (dealer), 
Morden A., 
*Nelson C. A. (dealer), 
Palmer H. H. (dealer), 
Pratt Walter (dealer), 
Shipley P. C. (wagon), 
*Wadsworth R. & M. (dealers). 
Warren J. H. (repairer), 
Williams W. H. (dealer), 
Cowan James P. (wagon), 
Bryant & Morrison (dealei'S), 
*Colburn & W^atson (dealers), 
*Rohlfs & Tschirgi (dealers), 
Strawhecker William (repairer), 
Whaylan A. M. (dealer), 
Dallenbach John (wagon), 
Schumacker John (wagon), 
Walter Jacob T. (wagon), 
I Brewer M. (wagon). 



Perry 



Peru 

Petersburg 

Pleasanton 

Pleasant Plains 

Pleasantville 



Polk 
Pomeroy 



Popejoy 
Portsmouth 

Postville 



Prairieburg 
Prairie City 



Preston 



Primrose 

Princeton 

Prole 

Pulaski 

Quasquetou 

Quimby 
Radcliffe 
Randall 
Reasnor 
Redfield 



Red Oak 



Reeder's Mills 
Reinbeck 



Remsen 



Reno 
Rhodes 



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Cftrridge and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Bessman Otto (wagon), Riceville 

"Bessman & Burke (dealers), 

Chandler F. V. (repairer), 

Peirce N. (dealer), " 

Tyrrell & Allen (dealers), 

Brollier Eber (wagon dealer), Richland 

*Cleaver S. B. (dtaler), 

Sakulin John (wagou), Richmond 

Smith Geo. (wagon), 

Hathaway C. E. (repairer), Ridtreway 

*Feslar tte Nicola (dealers). Riverside 

Hahn Henry (wagon). " 

Hahn & Thoman (light wagon, also 

dealers), " 

Schnoebelen N. (repairer), " 

Sims T. L. (repairer), " 
Thoman Bros, (light and wagon), 

Finelieid John (wagon), Rochester 

Fath & Jackel (repairers), Rockdale 

Bird & Bruner (dealer.^), Rockford 
*Burtou Bros, (dealers), 

Longnecker VV. M., " 

Martin C. (repairer), " 
*Mitchell Bros, (dealers), 

*Reid John & Son (dealers), " 

Yorker C. (wagon), " 

Alexander C. B. (repairer). Rock Rapids 
Grearer & Bander (repairers), 
*Penman Imp. Co. (dealers), 

Schemmer Henry (wagon), Rock Valley 
Huff E. C. (wagon), ' Rockwell City 

Stoddard S. J. (wagon), RoU'e 

Paxton M. (wagon), Rome 

Schenker Jacob (wagon), ■ Roselle 

Phalzgraff William (wagou), Rowley 

Van Dyke J. D. (wagon), Russell 
*\Voodman A. J. (dealer), 

Hubbard Mark (rejiairer), Ruthven 

S vansou H. (wagon). " 

*Gage James D. (dealer), Sabula 

Keller John (repairer), " 

*Scarborough G. W. (dealer), " 

Smith J. D. (wagon dealer), " 

Fishmau A. (wagon), Sac City 
*Fox John M. (dealer), 

Hunetield Aug. (repairer), " 

Kesler John (repairer), " 

*Soderstom J. A. (dealer), " 

Downs & Hoff (repairers), St. Charles 

Armsdorf P. G. (repairer), St. Donalus 

Jacobs Matthew (wagon), St. Lucas 

Frame G. W. (light). Salem 

Leisy A. C (repairer and dealer), " 

Stevens C. A. (repairer and dealer), " 

Harrington E. D. (wagon), Salix 

DeWitt Clinton (repairer), Sanborn 

Hassenpfiug John (wagon). Sand Spring 

Montgomery A. H. (wagon), Schaller 
*Cox & Steigerwalt (dealers), Scran ton City 
*Gibsou B. F. (dealer), 

]\Hles & Loomis (dealers), " 

Orsor J. B. (wagon), " 
*Phelps H. (dealer), 

Sexton Bros, (repairers), " 

Walker A. (wagon), Selma 

Haschar John (repairer), Seymour 

Maddux John (repairer), " 

*Prugh, Knerr & Co. (dealers), " 

Gray Clarence A. (dealer). Shambauffh 



Shell Rock 



Sigourney 



-"Sullivan R. F. (dealer), Sheffield 

Treganza John (light and wagon), 
Atherton C. H. (repairer), Shelby 

Bonne J. C. (repairer and dealer), " — 

Jackson John (dealer), " 

Jones Joseph (wagon), " 

Sievers Hans (repairer), " 

Corwin & Co. (dealers), Sheldon 

*Eddinglon, Martin & Gates (dealers), " 
Miller tt Cram (dealers), 
*0'Donnell J. C. (repairer), " 

Peterson & Hoskins (repairers and 

dealers), 
Albright C. W. (repairer). 
Reed & Mead (repairers), 
Ross Hiram (wagon), " 

Stewart .John L. (wagon), " 

Weede W. P. (dealer'), 
*Wilson Elwood (dealer), 

Losey W. P. (wagon), Shellsburg 

Eeritford &Co. (repairers), Shenandoah 

*Ernst A. L. (dealer), 
Hagler & Arvidson (light and wagon), " 
King J. F. (repairer), " 

Reed C. (wagon), " 

Hammerand G. F. (repairer), . Sherrill 

Witter Benj. (repairer), " 

*Grant& Milner (dealers), Sibley 

Mastick A. 31. (repairer), 
Tobey F. J. (dealer). 

*Davis & Travis (dealers), Sidney 

*Esden & Yowell (dealers), " 

Laporte B. (repairer), 
*Adams & Kleinsmith (wagon), 
*Cunningham T. C. (wagon 

dealer), 
Kracht Bros, (light and wagon), 
Welch John & Sou (wagon), 
*BroTn Bros, (light andw^agon). 

Pearl 
*Davis '& Co. (dealers), 317 Pearl 
*Dineeu Bros, (light and wagon),208 

4th, "--- 

Franklin J. H. (repairer), " 

Gjelle Ole (repairer), " 

King & Page (dealers). Water c 

Second), 
McArthur & Co. (dealers), " 

*McDermott W. H. (repairer), lOtO 

4th, 
*Ratliflf, Watland & Co. (dealers), 
Sioux City Implement Co. (dealers), " 
Trudell Joseph (dealer), 333 Pearl, 
Weisz & Moll (dealers), 

*Duroe & Couley (dealers), Sioux Rapids 

*Huuter & Rae (dealers), " 

Jacobson P. A. & Son (repairers), " 

Morris Bros, (repairers), " 

Hess John R. (wagon), Solon 

Henricksou & Olsen (repairers), Spencer 

*Jones W. L. (repairer), " 

*McQueen & Andrew (dealers), " 

Paulson H. F. (repairer), " 

*Phelps & Verharen (dealers), " 

Smith J. S. (dealer), 
*Squire C. M. (dealer). 

Nelson Charles (repairer), Sperry 

Cizek .John (wagon), Spillville 

VoU John (wagon), " 

Borron & Dodge (dealers). Spirit Lake 



and 



506 
Sioux City. 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

Binghamton Wagon Co,^ Binghamton, H, Y, 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 






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Caniitge and Wn/jon MkIh rs — coiitinuid. 
Snyder Marcus (wagou dealer), Spirit Lnke 
Hanafel John (wagon). Spring Bronk 

Randall George (repairer), Springdale 

*Schooley I), (light and heavy), 
Higgens J. C. (wagon). Spring Hill 

Bishop J. C. (repairer), Spriugville 

*Jackson & Gregg (repairers and 

dealers), " 

Isaacs Anton (repairer), Stacj^ville 

Meyer John (repairer), 

Jackson J. \V. (repairer), Stanwood 

Banks J. W. (repairer). Slate Cenlei 

Van Dornian Bros, (repairers). 

Steamboat Rock 
Kyarsgaard Nels (wagon), Sterling 

Dickenson & Bethards (repairers). Storm Lake 
Riekelfa R. C. (wagon). 
Roy & Hutledge (light and wagon), " 

Scholi F. (wagon), 

*Boyd, flenryson & Co. (dealers), St( ry Ci y 
Jacobson J. (dealer), " 

Johnson D. it Co. (repairers), " 

Story City Plow Co. (repairers), " 

*Joluison J. [I. (dealer), Stratford 

Allen J. iM. (repairer). Strawberry Poini 

*Copelaud Ed. (dealer), 
Wheeler H. B. (dealer). 

*Ainsworth, Holmes & Co. (dealers), Stuait 
Boltinghouse J. M. (dealer), 
HuUinger J. (repairer), " 

JohusiHi & Miller (dealers), " 

*]Srel''ou J. Q. (light and wagon), " 

*Willian\s M. A. (light and wagon), " 
Dye A. H. (repairer). Summer^'' 

Kealuler J. L. (wagon), Summit vi Ic 

Berkstra.sser D. (dealer, Sumner 

Boehm Fred, (wagon), 
Byer W. C. (repairer), " 

Carroll Bros, (wagon), " 

Emmons. Copelaud & Co. (dealers), " 
Heffner & Reeck (wagon), " 

McMeekin Bros (repiurers), " 

Reeck it Geiger (wagon), " 

Bark T. B. (dealer;, Sutherland 

Anderson P. L. (repairer), Swedesburg 

*Avery & Smith (repairers), Tabor 

Neuhart Louis (repairer), Talleyrand 

Strickland L. (repairer), " 

Tinnis Nicholas (repairer), " 

Enright D. T. dealer), Tama 

Kenyon C. L. (dealer). 
Price E. H. (light and wagon, also 

dealer), " 

*Soleman H. (dealer), " 

"Williams C. D. (repairer), " 

Wilson M. C. (wagon), 

Schmitt Christ (wagon), Templeton 

Braderberg L. A. (wagon), Tipton 

Nieman S. R. (light and wagon), " 

*Sweinhart Jerome (light and wagon), " 
*Camery J. M. & Son (dealers), Toledo 

Davis M. W. (dealer), 
Spayth D. (repairer), " 

Vest W. H. (repairer), " 

Winsor 6. W. (wagon), " 

Camery R. A. (repairer), Traer 

*Denni3 J. B. (dealer), " 

McAlpine J. (repairer), " 

*Thomas B. F. (dealer). 



Unionville 

Ute 

Vail 

Victor 



Oito & .Mueller (light), Tripoli 

Wilharm Chris, (repairer), 

Carpenter George (wagon;, Union 

Lawrence Jacob (wagon), " 

Wood A. L. (light and wagon), " 

Humeslon & Dilly (repairers), 

Sawyer E. H. (wagon), 

Hauser William (wagon), 

*Bullock Charles & Co. (dealers), 

*Tempest Bros, (dealers). 

Genzley Jacob (wagon). 

Heinstreet J. R. (wagon). " 

Rafersburger D. (wagon), " 

Apple Jos. (repairer). Village Creek 

*Banes J. S. (dealer). VilHsca 

Hagemaster llenry (repairer), " 

Keys Ira (dealer), " 

*Smilh & Jones (dealers) " 

WardE. J. (dealer), 

* Waterman F. G. & Son (dealers 

Bain wagon), " 

*Bene.-h F. (tlealcr), Vining 

Dowell A. B. (dealer), Vinton 
*Ray Fraidi G. (ckaler), 

Robinson 8. (wagon). " 

Goodwin F. F. (wagon), Volga 
Oschner & Cboatman (wagon and 

dealers), 

McQueen J. C. (repairer), Walker 

Appleyard Thos. (repairer). Wall Lake 

*Johii--ton C. A. (wagon), " 

Staab Victor (repairer), " 

*Grantz. Gli>e & 0;t (dealers), Walnut 

HaiTiie Henry (wagon), " 
*Koil t\^ter (dealer). 
Michel E. E. (dealer), 

Wilmarih C. N. (light and wagon), " 
Wolf G. (wagon), 

*Erbs Geo. (wagon), Wapello 

Bell Harvey (light), Washington 

Diimar Wm. & Co. (repairer), " 

Ritner & Sage (wagon), " 

* Wilson Wm. Jr. (wagon dealer), " 

1 Wel>.h James H. (repaiier). Washington Mills 

*Allhouse John (wagon), Waterloo 
Brown H. S. (repairer). 

Call O. (repairer), " 
Eickleberg F. L. & G. C. (wagon, 

also dealers), " 

Hackett& Dailey (repairers), '• 

*Holmes & Vaughn (dealera), '* 

*Hummel J. P. (light), " 

Pott Peter (wagon), " 
Transfer Implement Co. (dealers), 

Waterloo St. Car and Omnibus Mfg. 

Co. (heavy), 

Spinner C. A. (repairer), Waterville 

* Wiggins George (repairer), Waubeek 
Myers R. (light and dealer), Waucoma 
*Beeman C. D. (dealer), Waukon 
*Buggy M. (wagon dealer), " 
Haines G. W. (wagon), " 
*Heiser M. & Son (wagon and dealers), " 
Stone L. (repairer). '' 
Bocker William (repairer), Waverly 
Curtis & Morey (dealers), " 
Dean Daniel (dealer), " 
*Garner J. C. (dealer), 

Herman V. (repairer), " 

Lashbrook Bro>». (dealers). " 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO.'S 

\^ FOR "NATURALi" AND "ANTKtUE" FINISH. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 9.5. 






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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Metliers Charles (wagon), Waverly 

Reanyard Austin (wagon), " 

*lloffler Peter (repairer), " 

Sclimid Berniiard (wagon), " 

Henderson W. li. (repairer), Wayland 

*Hennss & Son (wagon), 

Bal)Cock & Murpliy (repairer), Webster City 

Brown F. E. (light and dealer), 

*Chigg J. P. (dealer), 

*Evans J. W. & Co. (dealers), 

*lloward & Baxter (dealers), " 

*M(;Murchey ct Crarv (dealer), " 

Patterson O.'O. (dealer), 

St-i vis A. E. (wagon), " 

Sterling W. G. (wagon), Wellman 

Buck Frank (repairer), Welton 

■'■'Maris William (dealer). West Branch 

Berger W. A. (repairer), West Liberty 

Burkart Chas. (wagon), " 

Duple Wm. (dealer), 

*Evans P. R. (dealer), 

*Milchell & Meade (dealers), " 

Wells Eli (repairer), 

Corsten Bro. (repairer and dealer), West Point 

Jansen H. (heavy wagon), " 

Rump John (heavy wagon), " 

Stuckey John (heavy wagon), " 

*Von(ierhar G. (wagon and dealer In 

light), 

Bauer F. (repairer). West Side 

Chapman C. E. (dealer), West Union 
*Felies Nicholas (dealer), 

Weaver John (wagon), " 

Wimbler Henry Sr. (wagon), " 
*\Voodard C. (dealer), 

Wright Thomas (wagon), " 

Clark E. A. (light), What Cheer 

Coy ifc Parkins (repairers), " 

*Ficke H. A. A: Son (dealers), Wheatland 

*Fleig A. (wagon), " 

George R. B. (repairer), " 

Keller John (wagon), " 

Hamblin & Co. (dealers). Whiting 
*Smith E. J. (light and wagon also 

dealer). " 
*VVhiling W. C. & Co. (dealers), 

Fulk S. C. (repairer), Whitten 

Bennetts John (repairer), Williams 

Cady ite Lyon (repairers), " 

Woods & Sinn (dealers), Williamsburg 
Douavin J. (dealer), Wilton Junction 
Hucke C. (dealer), 

lluey Robert M. (wagon), " 

Wacker Bro. (repairer), " 

^Vallace Bros, (repairers), " 

Haight E. F. (wagon), Winfield 
*Gaston, Ainsworlh, Baker «& Co, 

(dealers), Winterset 

Gillespie James (repairer), " 

*Koehler, Dickey & Co. (dealers), " 

Kunlz Henry (repairer), " 

Ratliff & Armstrong (dealers), " 

Rese D. F. (repairer), " 

Sims David & Co. (dealers), " 

Ferguson J. P. (repairer), Winthrop 

Fox Michael (wagon), " 
*Hallock W. B. (dealer), 
*Metcalf O. J. (dealer), 

Sampson F. (repairer), " 



Harris J. B. (wagon), Wiota 

*Maun Wm. (dealer), Wolcott 

Honaker M. A. (repairer), Woodbine 

Lehman W. (wagon), Worthington 

Bender & Countryman (repairers), Wyoming 
*.Mallicoat James (dealer), " 

*Paul John T. (dealer), 
*Stephenson J. R (repairer), " 

Tliornton B. B. (wagon, also dealer), " 
Sebo Nicholas (repairer), Zwingle 

Carriciffe ami Wagon Dealers, 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers). 

Ant i- Rattler 3Ifrs, 

Jaenicke A., Davenport 

Sodij 3Ifrs. 

Bloom Bros , Charles City 

Coach Color 3Ifrs. 

*Stearns Paint Mfg. Co., 122 and 124 

Front, Davenport 

Cushion 3Ifrs. 

{See Top and Cusldon Mfrs.) 

Dash and Fender 3Ifrs, 

*Pritchard C. L. Mfg. Co., 74 South 

Main, Dubuque 

Fifth Wheel 3Ifrs. 

*Young, Harford & Co., 318 and 220 

East Front, Davenport 

Gear 3Ifrs, 

Bloom Bros., Charles City 

Mardivare 3Ifrs, 

*McCosh Iron and Steel Co. (wagon), 

Burlington 
Bloom Bros, (steel side bars), Charles City 
Jaenicke A. (bolt), Davenport 

*Young, Harford & Co. (fifth wheels), 

218 and 220 East Front. 
*Geisler & Co. (wagon brakes), Muscatine 

Kardwa7'e and Hupply Deal- 
ers. 

* Andrews J. H., Boone 

*Donohue Robert (jobber), Market 

c 3d, Burlington 

*McCosh, Iron & Steel Co. 
*Larimer E. K. , Cedar Rapids 

^Baldwin Bros, (jobbers), Clinton 

*Keeline & Felt (wholesale), Council Bluffs 
*Keith R. S. & Co., Creston 

*Lamp Peter Iron Co. (jobbers), 211 

and 213 West 3d, Davenport 

*Sieg Iron Co. (jobbers), 129 and 131 

West 3d " 

*Reed W. G.', 313 Walnut, Des Moines 

*Seeberger J. D., 422-424 Court av, 
Ernsdorff John & Sons, 297 Iowa, Dubuque 
*Tredway Andrew & Sons (whole- 
sale), 465 Iowa, " 



^ 



Hev and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



EUSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY. 



I'or Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



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211 



Hardware and Supply Dealer 

*PrusiaE. E. & Co., 

*£hait Joseph & Son, 

*Plane R. R. Co., 

*Hess&Co.. 

* Weber A. & Co., 

Becker C. L., 

*Stauton B. S., 

*B lid win Bros., 

*Abbott A. C. & Son, 

*Moore H. W., 

Seymour J. W., 

*Huber & Kulbach, 

*Joues Joseph. 213 West 1st 

*Haw George tt Co., 

*McInlire W. & Co., 

*Baker & Bissell, 201 Pearl, 

HillF. C, 

*Copeland & Longmuir, 

*Rock G. T., 

*Tomney F. D., 

Copelaud ct Pardee, 

*Stewart Bros., 

"Cutler & Parker, 

*Opfer Heury F. & Bro., 

Smith E. J., 



s — continued. 

Fort Dodge 

Fort Madison 

Independence 

Iowa City 

Keokuk 

La Porte City 

Lyons 

Marshall town 

Muscatine 
New London 

Oskaloosa 



av. 



Ottumwa 

Sioux City 
<< 

Sumner 
Vinton 

Volga 

Washington 

Waterloo 

Waukon 

Whiting 



Hardivood Litniber. 

^Lamp Peter Iron Co., 211 and 213 

West Third, Davenport 

*Sieg Iron Co., c Main aud Third, " 



Machinery and Tool Mfrs, 

Cyclone Mfg. Co. (hub borers, etc.), De Will 

JS^eckyoJu'e Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Albright J. W., 414 North Main, Burlington 
Loomis& McClure, Doud's Station 

Walts George W., Lyons 

Sleigh Dealers, 

{See Sleigh Mfrs.) 



Slelffh Mfrs. 




Kusian P. G. , 


Ackley 


Schuette C, 


i t 


*Wesseis & Heellands (dealers), 


(( 


Beyraer R. S. (dealer), 


Afton 


Lathrop H. G. (dealer), 


t i 


McGregor Cherry H. (dealer), 


ti 


Fulien John (dealer). 


Agency 


Gifford J. C, 


Albion 


Hartinger »fc Son (dealers), 


Alden 


*Johnson A. M. & G. M., 


Algonia 


MontzJ. H., 


Aha 


Huggins & GrifBth (dealers). 


Anaraosa 


Rigby J. T. & Son (dealers), 


i t 


Daudel D. H. & Son (dealers), 


Andrew 


Brock H. H. (dealer). 


Arcadia 


*Hoch & Rottler (dealers), 


t i 



Bedford 



Belle Plain 



Bellevue 



Aplers 



Big Rock 

Birmingham 

Blairstowu 

Bonaparte 
Boone 

Bristow 
Brooklyn 



*.M()lii- I). H. (dealer), Arcadia 

*Johnson J H. (dealer), Atlantic 

Meredith, Dickey & Co. (dealers), 
Needles J. H. & Son (dealers) 

* Yelzer & Christie (dealers), ' ' 
*McFarland, Dickey & Co. (dealers), 

Audubon 
Fowler & Alcorn (dealers), 
*Martin «fc Turner (dealers), 
*McKenzie &, McGregor (dealers), 
Hamsey & Tilus (dealers), 
Widner B. & Co. (dealers), 
EwenMat. (dealer), 
Wilson J. D. (dealer), 
Collins M. (dealer), 
Kappas & Pinell (dealers), 
■■'Kegler, Weinschenk & 

(dealers), " 

Konnenian Bros, (dealers), " 

*Butterfield & Bartholomew (dealers), 

Belmond 
B reman John (dealer), 
Karrell & Munger, 
'•■"iloebel Philip (dealer), 
*>fauman E. D. (dealer), 
Stebbins Bros, (dealers), 
"".Vndrews J. H. (dealer), 
*Crary Bros, (dealers), 
ClineF. M., 
Graham E., 
Kobinson Thos. & Son, 
Cell W. H., Brush Creek 

Burkhart N. C, Burkhart 

""Burg Wagon Co. (bob, wholesale 

mfrs.), 1001 to 1023 Osborne, Burlington 
Faris & Philabaum (dealers), 211 

Front, 
*Funk (fe Hertzler (bob, wholesale 

mfrs.), 880 Jefferson and 837 

Washington, " 

*[vellc'y J. L. & Co. (dealers), 4th and 

Market, 
*Slan(lard Farm Machinery Co. 

(dealers), 217 Front, 
Smith E. F. (dealer), 
"Miller, Geissiiig & Co., 
Ducewitz Jacob, 
Stadter J. G., 
Bancroft i.\; Wilson, 
Dawson Tiiomas, 
Hamilton D. (dealer), 

* Williams J. W. & Sons, 
"Glenn H. S , 
*.Scliri-iber Wm., 
F< il ifc Man thy (dealers), 
Kellogg Wni. (dealer), 
riiompson D. M., 
Burkholler A., 
KephartT. E., 
""Perrin & Son (dealers), 
Schellenger C. G. (dealer), 
Winchell B. (dealer), 
Buckner H. J., 
*Carson & Vaughn (dealers), 
Webb D. H.. 
Carylon T. H. (dealer). 
Groves IL A. (dealer), 
Hollister L. G. (dealer), 
*Palmeter Bros. & McGraw (dealers), 
Walkup H. G. (dealer). 



Calliope 

Calmar 

Carroll 

Carson 

Cedar Falls 

Center Junction 

Centerville 

Chariton 

Charles City 

Clarinda 

Clarksville 



Clearfield 



Clear Lake 



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Sleigh Mfrs. — continued. 

Clermont Wagoa Works (bob sleds), 

Clernuint 

*Baklwin Bros. (dea]ers\ Cliuiou 

Bryant George (light). 

*McDowell F. D. & Co. (for the 
trade), 

*Shoecraft Simon (dealer), " 

*Merriam & Campbell (dealers), Coggou 

Robinson J. B (dealer), " 

Van Dwytr \V. H., 

Bennett E. O., Colfax 

Morrison M. D., 

Olmstead W. E., Conrad Grove 

Luton A , Conway 

Avrill G. A. (dealer), Corn'ug 

Beymer A. M. (aealer), " 

Calkins & Son (dealers). " 

*Cathcart & Woodruff (dealers), 

Correctionville 

*Bradley David & Co. (dealers). 

Council BlufEs 

*Deere, Wells & Co. (dealers), " 

Keeline & Felt (dealers), 

*Weir Shugart Co. (dealers), " 

Beggs Bros., Creston 

Hogaboom R. A. (dealer), " 

*Patt J. H. (dealer), 

Blosser i& Bush, Cromwell 

Pickering J. S., 

Woodward O. R. & Co. (Jealers), 

Dallas Center 

*Emer8on & Fisher Co. The, James 
Mclntyre manager (wholesale 
dealers), Davenport 

Hegenberger George (runner at- 
tachments), 311 and 313 WestSd, " 

Lorton & Bro. (dealers), 305 to 311 
EastBd, 

*Mason's Carriage Works (runner at- 
tachments, wholesale mfrs.), 119, 
120, 121 and 122 East 4th, 

Peterson Franck (bob sleds), 309 
West 3d. 

*Burnquist John A. (dealer), Dayton 

Lundgren A. P., " 

Engberlson H. (dealer), Decorah 

*Marsh J. J. (dealer). 

Cox 0. F., Defiance 

TylerA. V. R., 

Kamper J. H. (light), Delaware 

Farnsworth & Gunther, Denver 

*Des Moines Buggy Co. (cutters), Des Moines 

*Sickles H. H. & Co. (dealers), 

Butterfield T. F. (dealer), De Witt 

Butterfuss Phil., 

*Emmert P. R. & Co. (dealers), 

BenfonM. P. , Diagonal 

Goddard E. V., Dow City 

Whaley W. V. (dealer), 

Quasdorf C. A. & Bros., Dows 

^J^Butt Bros, (light and bob), 645 

Iowa, Dubuque 

— *Connolly Thomas, 7th c Iowa, " 

*Cooper A. A. (farm and freight bob 
sleds, wholesale mfrs.), Main 
c 3d, 
--Duggan John, 1st c Locust, " 

*Duggan, Sullivan & Kinsella (deal- 
ers), 190 Main, 



Harnmerand E. (bob),2404 Couler av, Dubuque 

McDermott A. S. (dealer) 1st c Main, " v 

Newman John (bob sled, also dealer), 

4 h bet Main and Locust, " 

*Pritchard C. L. Mfff. Co., 74 South 

iMain, 
Pease Z. W., 
Smith C. H., 
■'■"Benthien M. (dealer), 
*Bierkamp William (dealer). 
Summers I., 
Bunis J. H., 
Stewart J. B. (dealer). 
Young John, 

Meader Allen (also dealer), 
Sclioch C. F., 

*Stemmer, Dittmer & Co. (dealers), 
Neuenswander J., 
Laxson Y. G., 
*Skinner Mfg. Co., 
""Malony W. N. (dealer), 
Quist P. J. (dealer). 
Lamb E. M , 
Miller L.T., 

"Lamson Ward (dealer), Fairfield 

McGee George & Co. (dealers), Farley 

Farmerfeburg 
Farmington 



Dunlap 

Durant 

Dyersville 
Dysart 

Earlville 

Eldora 

Elkader 



Elgin 

Elk port 

Emmettsburg 

Essex 

Fairbank 



Hiuscli Charles, 

*Burg L. Mfg. Co., 

Harlrick Henry, 

*Budd & ^[onIgomery, 

Kem merer F. H., 

*Sperry C. W., 

Colwell A. N., 

Hurd J. S. (dealer), 

McCampbell J. J. (dealer), 

Seymore Wm., 

*Jensen R. P. (dealer), 

Thompson & Anderson, 

Huber G. H. (dealer), 

*Prusia E. E. & Co. (dealers), 

""Robertson S. J. & Co. (dealers), 

*Ebart J. & Son, Fort Madison 

H(/lzberger Bros., 

Stiles & Ede (dealers), 

Moak J. E. (dealer), 

Striebel Joseph, 

Gregg S. & Co. (dealers), 

*Sutherland & Pence (dealers), 

* Henderson Bros., 

Ford J. W,, 

Grace J. F. & Co. (dealers), 

Messei smith John, 

McCreary George C., 

Parmenter & Son (dealers), 

*Zelihoefer W. F. (dealer), 

FarrW. H., 

Bacon Wm. & Son (dealers). 

Battin W. L. & Co. (dealers), 

Carson John M. (dealer), 

*Foster A. A. & Co. (dealers), 

Burd & Worden (dealers). 

Rice J. C. (dealer), 

Ashton & Phillips, 

*Selby, Dickey & Co. (dealers), 

Hobbie C. S., Hampton 

Pratt W. W., 

Smith E.F., 

*Booth N. (dealer), Harlan 

Cass & McArthur, 

*Jackson John (dealer), " 



Fayette 



Fontanell 



Forest City 

Fort Atkinson 
Fort Dodge 



Garden Grove 
Garner 

Gil man 

Glad brook 
Glidden 



Gosport 
Grand Junction 

Greene 
Greenfield 



Grinnell 
Grundy Center 

Guthrie Center 



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TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAG-ONS. 

New Style this Year. 



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Hopkiiiloii 

Horton 
Humboldt 



Huraeston 
Ida Grove 

Independence 



Iowa City 



Jefferson 



Sleiffh Mfrs. — con tin lud. 

Kirkwood J. J. (dearer), 

Morgan C C. (dealer), 

Orchard George, 

Harkness B. U. (dealer), 

Nichols A. W. (dealer), 

*Sniith & Smilli (dealers), 

*Ward C. E. (dealer), 

*Smith & Johnson (dealers), 

Mitchell W. M. (dealer), 

*Sauer Bros., 

Bartle & Luther (dealers), 

*Bittner John, 

(Carver & Walker, 

*Plaue R. R. & Co. (dealers), 

Carson T. C. (dealer). 

*Jones & Kane (dealers). 

Porch L. D., 

*Tanner Frank (dealer), 

"" Botink Charles & Co. (dealers), 

FulerF. E., 

*Hassctt A: Son. 

Kenyou it Udall, Jesup 

"•'Bowman & Boyer, * Keokuk 

Blacklidge & Cameron (dealers), Keosauqua 

*Warner & Scoles, Knoxville 

"Mosely R. E. (dealer). Lake City 

Heck & Muller, Lansing 

*RudL. O., 

"Becker H. (dealer), LeClaire 

Zuber J. (dealer), " 

Bailey & Co. LeMars 

"Pew Bros, (dealers), 

Wernli W. J. (dealer), 

Ziiu merman Bros., " 

*McKenzie A. (dealer), Lenox 

Thompson Bros, (dealers), " 

* Wilson L. B. (dealer), 

JVIooreJ. F., Lime Springs 

Williams & Woods, 

Mock »& Williams, Linden 

*Bracewell ct Marick (dealers), Lineville 

Uiiderhill Jackson, " 

*Freund J. & Co. (dealers), Lowden 

Hi hman Wm., " 

Oathout George W., Luana 

*Baldwin Bros, (dealers), Lyons 

Case H. C. (dealer), 

*Atney Bros. &. Crawford (dealers). Manning 

*Barnes C. A. (dealer), " 

Hoffman M. (dealer), 

Li. idle E. A. (dealer), 

Rcinholdt C. H. (dealer), 

llogoboom E. B., Manson 

Meier & Clay, Marble Rock 

*Barncs & Bird (dealers), Marcus 

* Nelson P. B. (dealer), 

■*.Snavely W. A. (dealer), Marengo 

Rogers J. F. (dealer), Marne 

Saiiney J. H. (dealer), " 
*Ketclium Wagon Co. (bob), Marshalltown 

Aiile James, Monticello 
leather J. J., 

"Schoonover George, " 

*Selzer John (dealer). Morning Sun 
Upson & Son (dealers). 

Downs & Buck, Moulton 

Hall F. F., Moville 

Pixley W. M. (dealer), Mt. Pleasant 

Amenl J. P. (dealer), Muscatine 



Nashua 

t i 

Newell 



New London 



Banker W W. (dealer), Muscatine 
"Benham M. (dealer), 
*Gie8ler F. & Co. (dealers), 
Raff A. K. (dealer). 
Laird & Granger (dealers), 
Butterfield H. L. (dealer), 
*Conle}' Wm. (dealer), 
]\Iankey Thomas, 
Waterman W. A. (dealer), 
Hampton W. H. (dealer), 
Price & Son (dealers), 
^Vaughn Wm. & Son (dealers), Newton 
Madson Hans, Northwood 
*Jongewaaed, Noordhoff &Co. (deal- 
ers), Orange City 
*Fonda E. S. (dealer), Osage 
Morrow W. E. (dealer), Osceola 
*Myer & Redman (dealers), " 
*Osceola Hardware Co. (dealers), " 
*Jones Joseph, Oskaloosa 
Dessel F. W. (dealer). Ossian 
*iI()l!jrook ife Killi!-art (dealer), 
Burgess J. R. (dealer), Oltumwa 
Ottumwa Buggy Co. (dealer), 
C^oomer Fayette, Owasa 
*Foote S. E. (dealer), Parkersburg 
*Ray & Kitzmiller (dealers). " 
*Hu"ber I. S. (dealer), Pella 
*Vandermeulen Bros, (dealers), " 
*Van Marren H. (dealer), " 
Carpenter S. A. & Son, Perry 
Moody & Wiltsee (dealers), 
Warren W. L. (dealer), 

Prange August, Pomerov 
Smith G. W. & Son (dealers), 

Herker R. F., Postville 

Marston A. F. (dealer), " 

Meyer Jacob, " 

*.lenks & Son (dealers), Prairie City 
*Little & Gill, 

Clement W. F., Preston 

Piirinlon John A., " 

]VIcNaught & Wilson, Prole 

*Burrhus A. P. (dealer), Quasqueton 

Armfield George W. (dealer), Redfield 

Carter J. H. (dealer), " 

*Colburn & Watson (dealers), Reinbeck 

Frances Charles (dealer), Rhodes 

Bes«man Otto, Riceville 

Hahn & Thomas, Riverside 

Bird & Bruner (dealers), Rockford 

*Burton Bros, (dealers), " 

Mitchell Bros, (dealers), " 
Reid J. & Son (dealers), 
*Penman Implement Co. (dealers), 

Rock Rapids 

Sclienker Jacob, Roselle 

* Woodman A. J , Russell 

FiNhman & Scheibe, Sac City 

Stevens C. A. (dealer), Salem 
*C()x & Steigerwalt (dealers), Scranton City 
Miles & Loomis (dealers), 
Gil)sonB.F., 

*Prugh, Knerr & Co. (dealers), Seymour 

-Sullivan R. F. (dealer), Sheffield 

*Jackson John (dealer). Shelby 
Eddington, Martin & Gates (dealers), Sheldon 

Mcller & Cram (dealers), " 

Peierson & Hoskins, " 

*Anner & Van Vleck (dealers). Shell Rock 



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Shell Rock 

Shenandoah 

Sigourney 

Spencer 
<< 

Spirit Lake 

Springfield 

Story City 



Sleir/h Mfrs. — continued. 

*Wilson Elwood (dealer), 

Ernst A. L. (dealer), 

Kracht Bros., 

*Adains & Kleinschmidt, 

*Phelps & Verharen (dealers), 

Squire C, M. (dealer), 

Snyder M. (dealer), 

Jackson & Gregg, 

Amlund & Johnson, 

Austin Frank (dealer), Strawberry Point 

*Ainsworth, Holmes & Co. (dealers), Stuart 

*B()ltinghouse I. M. (dealer), " 

HullingerJ., " 

Johnson & Miller (dealer), 

Bark T. B. (dealer), 

Enright D. T. (dealer), 

» rice E. H. (dealer), 

*Soleman H. (dealer), 

Schmitt Christ (dealer), 

*Deunis J. B. (dealer), 

*Thomas B. F. (dealer). 

Otto & Muller, 

Lawrence Jacob, 

Wood A. L. 

*Benesh F. (dealer), 

Oschner »& Choatman (dealers), 

Stabb Victor, 

WilmarthC. N., 

*Beenian C. D. (dealer), 

*Bnggy M. (dealer), 

*Heiser M. & Son (dealers), 

Curtis & Morey (dealers), 

*Garner J. C. (dealer). 



Sutherland 
Tama City 



Templeton 
Traer 

Tripoli 
Union 

Vining 

Volca 

Wall Lake 

AValnut 

Waukon 



Waverly 



Brown F. E. 
*Ficke H. A. (dealer). 
Smith E. J. (dealer), 
*Whiting W. C. & Co. 
Donavin J. (dealer), 
Hucke C. (dealer), 
Gillespie James, 



Webster City 
Wheatland 
Whiting 
(dealers), 

Wilton Junction 

Winterset 



*Halleck W. B. (dealer), Winihrop 

*Metcalf O. J. (dealer;, 

*Paul John T. (dealer), Wyoming 

Stephenson J. R., " 

Thornton B. B., 

Spring Mfrs. 

Bloom Bros., Charles City 

Top and Cushion Mfrs. 

*Pritchard C. L. Mfg. Co., 74 S Main, 



Carnes W. A., 336 Main, 



Dubuque 
Ottumwa 



Trimmers. 

(See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Wagon Mfrs. or Dealer's. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Wheel Makers. 

{See also Woodioork Mfrs.) 

*Bufiington Wheel Co., 1025 to 1037 

Osborn, Burlington 

Woodwork Mfrs. 

Albright J. W. (neck yokes), 414 N 

Main, Burlington 

*Buffington Wheel Co. (wheels), 
1025 to 1037 Osborn, 

Loomis & McClure (neck yokes), 

Doud's Station 

Watts George W. (neck yokes), Lyons 



Miscellaneous. 

Keokuk Wagon Tongue Support 
Co., 



Keokuk 



KANSAS. 



Commercial Paper. — All bonds, promissory notes, bills of exchange, foreign and in- 
land, drawn for any sum or sums of certain moneys and made payable to any person ororder, 
or to any person or bearer, shall be negotiable by indorsement thereon if payable to order 
and by delivery if payable to bearer, so as to absolutely transfer and vest the property thereof 
in each and every indorsee or holder successively; but nothing in this section shall be con- 
strued to make negotiable any such bond, note or bill of exchange drawn payable to any per- 
son or persons alone, and not drawn payable to any order, bearer or assigns. All such paper, 
except bank checks and sight drafts, are entitled to three days' grace. If the third day of 
grace falls on Sunday or a legal holiday, the next preceding business day is the last day of 
grace. The maker, etc., of protested paper is liable to six per cent, damages if drawn upon 
any person, etc., beyond the limits of this State. No person within this State can be charged 
as acceptor of a bill of exchange unless acceptance is in writing signed by him or his lawful 
agent. 

Interest. — Where rate of interest is not specified, seven percent, is the legal rate. 
Twelve per cent, mav lie agreed upon. Excess of twelve is forfeited. No penalty for usuiy. 



Carriage and Wagon Makers. 

*Brillhart & Pisle (dealers), Abilene 

Eagle J. A. (wagon), " 

Fisher & Croft (repairers), " 



Gleissner J. A. (repairer), Abilene 

*Hodge Bros, (dealers), " 

Johns L. B. (light and wagon and 

cart, wholesale mfr.), " -~-~~ 

Shockey & Snider (dealers). " 



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Carriacje and Wagon Makers — continued. 
Hochhaus R. A. (wagon), 
*Simon F. C. (dealer), 
Ulterman August (dealer), 



Alma 



(light and 



Altamonl 



Alton 



Altoona 

Ames 

Andale 

Anthony 

Argonia 



Arkansas City 



Atchison 



^Altaniont Wagon Co 
wagon), 

Daniel D. S. (repairer). 

Fields W. R. (dealer). 

Huss S. J. (wagon), 

Walters C. ^I. (repairer). 

Bloom AY. W. (wagon), 

Deadman Thomas (repairer), 

Hockenhull George (dealer), 

Jones J. L. (repairer). 

Michaud Eniile (repairer), 

Hein M. B. (wagon), 

*Costa J. J. (dealer), 

*Curtis C. C. (dealer), 

Hadler H. C. (repairer), 

Jockman P. M. (repairer), 

Kebbie W. A. (repairer), 

*Kinsey O. & Son (dealers), 

Abbott A. A. (repairer), 

Daniels Bros, (repairers), 

Dye Charles B. (light), 

Gant O. & Co. (dealers), 

Hollister C. A. (wagon), 

Sneider Henrv (dealer), 

*White, Hill & Co. (dealers), 

Cawley James (repairer), 

Eyeman Peter (repairer), 

Ferguson Rich (repairer), 

*Harwi A. J. Hardware Co. (deal- 
ers), 
--*Klostermeier Bros, (wagon dealers). 

Long J. H. (wagon), 

*McCully Bros, (light), 

*Meacham J. C. (dealer). 

Miller Jacob (light), 

*Ostertag A. (wagou), 

Ostertag J. (wagon). 

Roth J. K. (repairer), 

Spatz Chris, (wagon). 

Stone John (repairer), 

Urie P. (repairer), 

Whitaker H. L. (dealer), 

Hannaman M. (repairer), 

Jones L. A. (wagon, also dealer in 
light), 

*Augusta Mercantile Co. (dealers), 

Copeland Allies (repairer), 

Mouser & Hill Bros, (dealers), 

Sullivan George (wagon), 

Tripp W. D. (wag^n). 

Bird Charles H. (wagon dealer), 

Kellum 0. L. (wagon), 

Wasser B. F. (wagon), 

Bartlett E. S. (wagon). 

Case A. N. (repairer), 

Edwards E. E. (light), 

Meserve & Co. (dealers), 

Xehles William (repairer), " 

*Oppermau J. B. (dealer), " 

Schleigh J. V. (repairer), Beattie 

Buckley & Leatherraan (wagon), Beaumont 
Storer & EUmer (dealer), Belle Plaine 

AYorkman H. J. (light), 

*Casslday R. (repairer), Beloit 

Charlesworth F. (dealer), "' 

*Hacknfy W. F. (dealer). 



Attica 



Auerus a 



Axtell 



Bar. let t 

Bavaria 

Baxter Springs 



Jones A. A. (repairer), Bennington 
Karstadt G. F. (dealer), 
Mitchell J. A. (repairer), 

Oehinke August (repairer), Bern 
Darrow & Thompson (repairers), Big Springs 

Reed & WyckolT (dealers). Bird City 

Alford William (repairer), Blue Mound 
Case R. (dealer), 

Claunch George (wagon), " 

Dennis W. F. (repairer), " 

Derry J. (dealer), " 

Kirkpatrick & Parnell (repairers), " 

Redding (Uark (repairer), " 

*Simmons F. W. (dealer), " 

Edinborough H. B. (buggy). Blue Rapids 

Lamb D. «fe Co. (dealers), " 
Roulh W. M (wagon), 

Willetson A. P. (repairer), " 

Daugherty A. S. (repairer), Brookville 

Duncan J. (dealer), " 
Stauber J. (dealer), 

Cbandler W. S. (dealer). Burden 
Welch T. (wagon), 
Wilson D. W. (wagon). 

Wood Elisha (light and wagon), Burlingame 

Bowers S. W. (trimmer), Burlington 

*Grimes D. (dealer), " 
*Haight C. R. Mrs. (dealer), 

Harding J. L. (wagon), " 
*Hind A. C. (dealer), 

Rehkopf Bros, (light and wagon), " 

Rheinbart I. B. (wagon), " 

Vanslyck N. (wagon), " 

"Vanslyck & Rheiuhart (dealers), " 
Willett H. J. (dealer), 

Boyer & Bentley (wagon), Burr Oak 

Johnston Bros, (dealers), " 

Clark S. S. (dealer), Caldwell 
*Hockaday E. (dealer), 
Robertson \V. S. (dealer). 

Hemlock A. C. (wagon), Caney 

Drake M. L. (dealer), Canton 
Young T. H. (dealer), 

^Dickinsheets James (repairer), Carbondale 

Leachman Thomas (wagon), " 

McClair Bros, (dealers), " 

Gerth & Herman (wagon). Carlton 

*Buist & Daugherty (dealers), Cawker City 

Garrett & Lathrop (dealers), " 

Hartung Henry (repairer), " 

Harrison Charles (repairer), " 

' Hill Thomas (repairer), " 
iNorrisL. O. (dealer), 

1 *Clippenger A. B. (dealer), Centralia 
*Cunimings C. S. (dealer), 

Dailey G. W. (repairer), Centropolis 

Baird" & Burris (rei)airers), Chanule 

Hanson G. W. (wagon). Chapman 
Howe T. F. (repairer), 

Lowpee & Son (wagon), " 

*Scherer & Scherer (dealers), " 

Whitehair J. A. (repairer), " 
Whitehair P. F. (dealer), 

Christopher George E. (dealer), Chase 

Crow Joseph (repairer). " 

Brigham C. P. (repairer), Cherokee 
Campbell W. P. (repairer), 
"Dennis & Berry (dealers), 

Jones J. W. (repairer), " 
*Laidlaw & Clark Hay Press Mfg. Co. " 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Webster F. W. (repairer), Cherokee 
*\Viles Hardware Co. (dealers), 
*Caudry E. D. (dealer), Cherry Vale 
Toy Bros, (light and wagon), 
*Bedell E. W. (dealer), Chetopa 
Cochran R. L. (dealer), 
McCormick H. & Son (repairers), 
McPherson J. (repairer), 
Milner & Covey (dealers), " 
Schock & Thompson (wagon), " 
"^Williams & Lyon (dealers), " 
Briett John (repairer), Cla}' Center 
Davis Wm. T. (wagon), " 
Dobkins M. V. (repairer), " 
Hay Louis (repairer), " 
Keener Bros, (dealers), " 
Parsons & Jeffrey (repairers), " 
*Schiltz Bros, (repairers, also deal- 
ers), ' ' 
Shawhaw J. H. (dealer), 
Starr N. A. (repairer), " 
Fitzpatrick J. (repairer), Clear Water 
Hammars Bros, (dealers), " 
Denton T. J. (repairer), Clifton 
Haynes H. S. (dealer), 
Ross John (repairer), " 
*Schiltz Bros, (dealers), " 
Steinmetz Bros, (repairers), " 
*Turner Jefferson (repairer), " 
Catudal F. & J. (repairers), Clyde 
*Palterson J. A. (dealer), " 
*Boswell A. P. & Co (dealers), Coffeyville 
Davis Frank (repairer), " 
Irwin Samuel (repairer), " 
*Ishara Bros. & Mansur (dealers), " 
Robb & Son (repairers), " 
Meglemre J. E. (dealer), Colby 
*Hood A. (dealer), Columbus 
Patr^r Lewis (wagoii), Colwich 
Thomas W. W. (wagon), Concordia 
Giese W. C. (repairer), Cottonwood Falls 
*GilletteH. F. (dealer), 
*Hoisinger AVm. H. (dealer), 
S trail M. P. (wagon), 

Blim H. (repairer), Council Grove 

*Gibson & Davidson (dealers), " 

Lindsey William (repairer), " 
*Robertson Matt &. Co. (dealers), 
Sorter James B. (repairer), 

Striebv S. M. (wagon), " 
Talma"dge C. W. (dealer), 

Wilkersim S. (repairer), " 

Pixley H. O. (wagon), Covert 

Dorman J. M. (wagon), Cuba 

*Clendiuen Bros, (dealers), Delphos 
Wood C. C. (dealer), 

Shoap John (repairer), De Sota 

Drury Winser (repairer), Dexter 

^Schmidt A. (wagon). Dodge City 

Gudge George S. (repairer), Dwiglil 

Calder Peter (dealer), Edgerioii 
Christler M. (dealer), 
*Jolinson Co. Co-op. Association, 

(dealers), *' 

Smith Samuel (wagon), " 

Welden Jacob (wagon), " 

*Balch H. M. (wagon dealer), Eldorado 
Rafferty W. O. (dealer), 

Setzler & Newacheck (liglil). " 



Enterprise 



Cross & Son (dealers), Elk City 

•la'iieson George (dealer), " 

*Quigg A. R. (dealer), " 

S[)riuker J. (light and wagon), Ellinwood 

West Silas H. (repairer), " 

*Beebee Jerome (dealer), Ellsworth 

Harris W. H. (wagon), " 

' llodgden. Perry & Co. (dealers), " 

•■Hoesman H. F. (dealer), 
Lacy & Fishburn (repairers), " 

Pennell H. A. (repairer), " 

Aiken William G. (wagon), Elmdale 

Bundrem A. J. (repairer), Emporia 

*Emporia Hardware Co. (dealers), 
*Griffith & Ewing (dealers). 
"Peters Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

*Ryan Thomas L. (light and heavy), " 
Youngreen R. W. (wagon), 
*Buhrer J. F. (dealer), 
Gabriel & Geoflfart (repairers), 
Kohler C. (repairer), 
Donnelly & Miller (light and wagon), Erie 
*Dutton C. C. & Co. (dealers), 
Flack S. (light and wagon), " 

Petery H. A. (light and wagon), " 

•nVorkW. W. (dealer), 

Howdeu J. (repairer), Eskridge 

I 'ailey E. J. (repairer), 
MudgeM. R. (dealer), 
Tiusler W. (dealer), " 

Carlson C. J. (wagon), Eureka 

DeMange A. J. (wagon), " 

Evans W. H. (dealer), 
Hafey C. J. (dealer), 

Morton J. M. (lepairer), " 

Nye John O. (dealer), 
l^)debaugh Z. (repairer), " 

"Stodard & Emmerson (dealers), " 

Wilson & Sherman (repairers), " 

llornberger A. (wagon), Everest 

Foster &" Telford (light and wagon), 

Fall River 
"■•'Homig & Sweet (dealers), 
Dow J. N. (wagon), Fontana 

.Mott D. V. (dealer), 
Norris William (dealer), 
Rhodes E. B. (repairer), 
Spencer J. T. repairer), " 

"Bryant John A. & Son (light and 

wagon), Fort Scott 

*Fort Scott Carriage Works (light 

and wagon), '■ 

"Page Henry L. (dealer), " 

Cievier Edward (wagon), Frankfort 

Krnst J. (wagon), " 

llMmpton A. P. (dealer), " 

*Keed S. *& H. (dealers), 

Brown J. B. L. (wagon). Galena 

Heer Henry W. (wagon), " 

iMilligau R. S. (repairer), " 

*.Murdock J. C. (dealer), 
Richard Val (wagon), " 

B.irnes & Bartlett (dealers, Garden City 

'■"Carter Bros., Cause & Co. (deal- 
ers), 
Craig Bros, (wagon), " 

Martin George (repairer), " 

*{ ramer Bros, (dealers), Gardner 

Glover J. J. repairer), 
Wilson W. J. (repairer), 



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KANSAS. 



Carrl(((je and Wayou Mukers- 

Thompson &, Son (repairers), 
*\Vinans H. K. (dealer), 
Risch W. (repairer) 



-continued. 

Garnelt 

Geudu Springs 



*Barlver Hardware Co. (dealers), Girard 

*Lawler J. X. (dealer), 

Lynch E. C. (wagon), 

*Lyons & Firmin (dealers), 

*Red!on & Wetniore (dealers), 

Remer & Prentis (dealers), 

S ims P. A. (repairer and dealer), 

Wanamaker & Bird (wagon). 

Porter & Hofifman (repairers). 

|}all D. C. & Co. (dealers), 

Raker Peter (wagon), 

Rirrer George (repairer). 

Great Bend Implement Co. (dealers), 

Great 
*Hulme G. H. (dealer), 
Mall Frank (wagon), 
*Moses G. X. ifc E. R. (dealers), 
Owings Hardware Co. (dealers), 
Thompson D. (wagon), 
Balcolm Milt A. (buggy and farm 



Glasco 

Glen Eldt-r 

Goodland 

Grainfield 



Bend 



wagon). 
Barlow E. & W. A. (dealers), 
So lerstardt A. (wagon), 
Young C. W. (dealer), 
liridges H. (wagon). 
White C. L. (wagon). 
Michols X. T. (wagon), 
.Mika Charles (repairer), 
.Mulligan & .lamike (dealers), 
Sclieelz Charles (repairer), 
Schenk Leopold (wagon), 
*Gallowfly L. S. (dealer), 
H )riou E. .1. (wagon), 
Pinson & Day (wagon), 
Rodgers & Son (dealers), 
Strom ic Orr (dealers). 
Wilson & Baumstart (dealers), 
Dudley Bros, (dealers), 
Hartford Hardware Co. (dealers). 
Halves William (repairer). 
Brown George X. (repairer), 
Goodell John W. (light and wagon) 
*Hall A. S. (dealer). 
*Madden E. F. (dealer), 
Oshant H W. (dealer). 
Westbrook J. C. (repairer), 
Shepherd C. E., 
Stenger H. C. (<iealer), 
Weutvvorth H. & Son (dealers), 
Ittner Jobn (wagon) 
Drake .Tames P. (repairer), 
*ll!ll Bros, (dealers), 
McCallip George (light). 
'* .Moses & Mej^er Bros, (dealers), 
.Murgatroyd John (light), 
Shirk D. H. (repairer). 
Case Xorman (dealer), 
••B.irndt A. M. (dealer). 
Paddock Bros, (dealers). 
Aiders William (repairer), 
Acbenbach A. F. dealer), 
Furguson N. B. (wagon). 
Scott J. A. & Co. (dealers), 
George V. K. (repairer), 
Horton Hardware Co. (dealers), 
Jackson J. H. & Co. (repairers) 



Greeley 
Greenleif 



Gridley 

Halslead 

Hamilton 

Hanover 



Harper 



Hartford 



Hays City 



Herington 



Herkimer 
Hiawatha 



Highland 
Hillsboro 

Hoi I en berg 
Holton 



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Leeson Charles (repairer), 

.Miller J. H. & Co. (dealers). 

Rock Island Hardware Co. (dealers), 

Wagele G. C. (repairer). 

*Burch field J. Q. (dealer), Howard 

Crandall H. (wagon), " 

*Bragg Harry (dealer), Humboldt 

Gilooly R. Emmett (repairer), " 

Irwin Joseph (repairer), " 

Landers Charles (repairer), '* 

Xorcen N.' F. (repairer), " 

Percy E. W. (repairer), " 

Roth & Geller (repairers), " 

Smith W. A. (dealer), 

Stowe Harry (wagon), " 

*Colloday Frank (dealer), Hutchinson 

Hamlin M. (repairer), 

*Hutchinsou Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Hutchinson Implement Co. (dealers), " 

"Krouse A. D. (dealer), " 

Xelson Bros, (dealers), " 

Thompson & English (repairers), 

*Van Zandt J. R. & Son (dealers), 

*Wolcctt J. C. &Co, (dealers), 

" Welchous D. (dealer), " 

Blozier J. D. (wagon and dealer). 

Independence 
Cross & Son (dealers), 
Knock J. X. (repairer), " 

* Williams R. (dealer). 

*Beck A. W. (dealer), lola 

Ewart Alex, (dealer). " 

F. M. B. A. Co op. Association 

(dealers). " 

*Iola Carriage and Omnibus Co. 

(light and heavy). " 

Robinson G. (repairer), 
Shank John (repairer), 
George A. J. (light), 
Hill & Loomis (wagon), 

Gertson Gert (light and wagon), Jamestown 
.[orgenson Peter (wagon). 
Strain J. O. (dealer). 
Brunuemet W. T. M. (dealer), 
"Bunch R. E. (wagon), 
Cornish John (wagon), 
Heninger J. S (wagon), 
*McClung & Fay (dealers), 
.Miller T. A. (wagon), 
Ruggles &, Perfect (dealers), 
Haun J. T (repairer), 
*Blattner J. J. (dealer). 
*Davidson John (dealer). 
*Fogglestrom C. P. (wagon), " 

(i raves George J. (light). " 

Hansen John A: Co. (dealers). • " 

hinclion City Carriage Co. (light), " 

*Muenzenmayer J. J. & VV. F, 

(dealers), " 

Dalbey JL A. & Co. (wagon), Kauapolis 

GrifHih K. L. (dealer). 
Grove H. B. (wagon), " 

Kaflfar Chas. F. & Co. (dealers), 
Kreider & Sturgess (dealers). 
Page N. W. (dealer). 

Roberts G. (wagon), " 

Watts et Co. (wagon), 

Crouthers C. (wagon), Kansas Ci'y 

Green Cornelius (liglit). 
Hoerseman & Clauder (wagon). 



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Junction City 



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Kansas City 

Kingman 
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Kinsley 

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Latham 
Lawrence 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 
Mej'n Fred (wagon), 
Neston H. (wagon), 
Doyle & Donaldson (dealers), 
*Foutz & Hawthorn (dealers), 
Tiffany E. (wagon), 
Wallace vfc Houck (dealers), 
Baugher E. D. (wagon), 
*Edwards & Walgomot (dealers), 
*Johnson R. (dealer), 
Schere iL (wagon), 
Young H. J. (wagon). 
Caman A. W. (wagon), 
]McCarty Ethelbert P. (repairer), 
jNIetzel A. (dealer), 
*Metzel & Goss (dealers), 
Mossmau Bros, (dealers), 
Winfield \V. D. & R. D. (dealers), 
*Ackuing Charles (dealer), 
Butler & Alexander (dealers), '.* 

*Duucan W. H. (dealer), " 

Eacgart C. L. (repairer), " 

*Glardhart J. H. (dealer). 
*Gould G. R. & Co. (dealers), 
*Hamlin P. M. (dealer), 
*Howell Justus (dealer), " 

Johnson John & Co. (repairers), " 

Lyon L. D. (repairer), " 

Neilson O. (repairer), " 

Palm A. (repairer, also dealer), " 

*8aiu, Varney & Co. (dealers), Leavenworth 
Barth Fred, (wagon), 708 Cherokee, 
Bayer Bros, (light), 726 Shawnee, 
-Hesse W. G. & Son (light and 

wagon), 420 Cherokee, " 

John & Barth (wagon), " 

^Kansas Mfg. Co. (wagon), Main c 

Shawnee, " 

*Lyon Jerry (light), 419 Seneca, 
]\Iayo Lewis & Co. (dealers), 525 

Shawnee, " 

*Mickle Geo. W. (dealer), 
Penning M. (wagon). 8th c Osage, " 

Potter J. J. (light), 513 Delaware, 
*Schanze A. (wagon), 608 Cherokee, " 
Schuh J. (wagon), 
*\Valter Joseph & Son (farm wagon), 

112 N4th, 
Kanrath Jacob (wagon), 
Thompson E. C. (wagon), 
Schock Jacob W. (wagon), 
Johnson C. P. (repairer, also dealer), 

Leonardvilk' 
Phelps Charles (repairer), " 

Stofford P. J. (dealer), 
Byington G. A. (dealer), 
Jeffery A. (repairer), ' " 

Nye William (wagou), " 

*Philo Georsre (wagon dealer), " 

Post J. A. (dealer). " 

Ringle G. W. (dealer), 
Ross D. & Son (wagon), " 

SeyffersC. F. (light), 

Warner V. (repairer), Lexington 

Heaton Charles M. (dealer), Lincoln 

Metscar S. (repairer). " 

Bengston Swensson & Co. (dealers), Lindsborg 
Bergstrom Alex, (repairer), " 

Johnson Aug. (wagon), " 

Lander & Nelson (dealer.s). 



Lehigh 

Leon 

Leoiia 



LeRoy 



Mankato 



Maple City 

Mapleton 

Marion 



Marysville 



*Dye Thomas (dealer), Logan 

Nettrouer D. M. (wagon), Lost Spring 

Partridge A. B. (wagon), 

*Goebel P. W. (wagon, Louisburg 

Sparks R. (wagon), Ludell 

Applegate J. A. (dealer), Lyons 

*Long & Taylor (dealers), " 

Reed C. T. (light and wagon), " 

Tucker M. D. (light and wagon), " 

Hathhway C. L. (repairer), IMadison 

Ferguson S. M. (repairer), Manhattan 

Hays S. A. (repairer), " 

*Higinbolham G. W. (dealer), 

Holmau L. S. (repairer), " 

Pfutze H. (wagon), " 

*Stingle}^ & Huntress (dealers), " 

Wareham H. P. (dealer). 

Brown W. T. (repairer), 

*Hanna R. &S( n (dealers), 

Hendrickson J. B. (repairer), 

Lingrove N. (repairer), 

*McCarthy C. (dealer), 

Goodrich P. P. (wagon), 

Dukes J. W. (wagon). 

Carter & Carter (wagon), 

Graham J. M. (wagon), 

Hoch J. H. (wagon), 

Seibert H. (dealer), 

^Stanford & Son (dealers), 

Foster Samuel (wagon), 

Hindmarsh P. J. (light and wagon, 

also dealer), " 

Libby Leroy W. (dealer), " 

^Sheffield M. M. (wagon). 
Stock J. R. (dealer), McCracken 

Burnham & Tucker (repairers), McCune 

Elerick C. F. (dealer). 
Gripe N. (dealer), " 

Livesay & Vawter (dealers), " 

Sayers J.' M. (wagon), " 

Sheffner C. C. (wagou), 
Vawter P. G. (com. agent), " 

Bowman A. J. (dealer), McLouth 

Gardner William (light and wagon), " 
Slade Frank (dealer), McPherson 

*\Vheeler Charles ifc Co. (dealers), " 

Haney Bros, (repairers), Media 

Anderson Alex. S (repairer). Medicine Lodge 
Corson & Hynes (wagon), " 

McKay R. J. (wagon), " 

Noble & Case (dealers), " 

Adams H. J. (wagon), Merriam 

Otis ifc Heron (wagon). Milan 

*Bardonnas & Stetler (dealers), Minneapolis 
Boarfind Chas. (repairer), " 

Hoag & Agnew (dealers). " 

Lewellin James W. (wagon), " 

Rees Boyd L. (dealer), 
Treadwell E. C. (wagon), " 

Beach F. T. (dealer), Moline 

Calvert T. A. (repairer), " 

Calvert & Long Bros, (repairers), " 

Graham & Symms (light, wagon and 

dealers). 
Sweeney & Keller (light; 



Sweeney J. M. (light and 

also dealer), 
Doyle & Payne (repairers), 
Payne T. P. (repairer), 
Biglfy Wm. M. (repairer). 



Mound City 

wagon, 

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Muscotah 



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KANSAS. 



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Carriage and M^agon Makers — continued. 

Allen W. A. (deiiler), Neodesliu 

Baldwin H. D. (repairer), " 

*Cross Marion (dealer), " 

James Bros, (repairers), " 

Seem Daniel (repairer), " 
*Sperry A. C. & Bro. (dealers), 
Bates G. P. (dealer), Neosho Falls 
Hubbard Frank R (wagon), 

Bubner Fred (light), Netawaka 

Hatch Thomas (repairer), " 

Ninnevah Fred (wagon), " 

Becker L. (dealer), Newton 

*Claassen C. F. (dealer), " 

Gumaer J. D. (dealer), " 

— *Krehbiel J. J. (light and wagon), " 
*Lehman Hardware and Implement 

Co. (dealers), " 

*Newton Buggy Co. (light), " 

*Quiring & Andres (dealers), " 

Nelson & Frazier (repairer?), Norcatur 

Cheek Wm. (dealer), Norton 

Pelham Walter (wagon), " 

Posson Cliarles W. (dealer), " 

Snooks Thomas (repairer), " 

Urschel J. H. (repairer), " 

""Douglas H. O. (dealer), Oberlin 

Newburg J. A. (light), " 
*Quinn J. A. (dealer), 

Steiner Wm. (dealer), " 

*Weischelbaum Theo. (dealer), Ogden 

*Beach George (dealer), OlatLe 

*CIemins A. J. (dealer), '♦ 

Hunzinger J. R. (repairer), " 

*Keefer Bros, (dealers), " 

Striegel J. (wagon), 01 pe 

Summer J. (wagon), Olsburg 

Clark & Son (wagon), Onaga 

*Gurtler Bros, (dealers), " 
*i\Iil!er Bros, (dealers), 

PostonT. F. (repairer and dealer), " 
Riddle R. W. (repairer), 

*Martin, O'Neil & Co. (dealers), Osaee City 

Parkinson & Draper (dealers), " 
Pettie, Hill & Co. (dealers), 

Williams J. L. (wagon), " 
CooneyC. (wagon), Osage Mission 
Gale C. W. (repairer), Osawatomie 

Morgan "W. B. (repairer), " 

Euo Charles (dealer). Osborne 

[jinville A. .f. (repairer), " 
Riley W. H. C. (agent), 

Ruth Richard (repairer), " 

Slaml)ach J. K. (wagon), '' 

Bitzing Henry (repairer), Oswegu 

Hayler Henry (dealer), " 
Marsh M. (wagon), 

Orr W. K. (light and road wagon), " 

Patterson J. C. (wagon), " 

Alexander John W. (wagon), Ottawa 

*()ttawa Hnniware Co. (dealers), " 
*Pickerell W. T. (dealer), 
*Robinson & Topping Hardware Co. 

(dealer-s), ' ' 

Van Loenen J. D. Sr. (repairer), " 

Geile Theo. (repairer), Oxford 

Keir Chas. (repairer). " 
Wilcox R. T. (dealer), 
Wood A. J. (repairer and dealer), 

Klink II. (ligiit and wau'oii), Pao1a 



Long Bros, (light and wagon), Paola 

Clifton W. O. (repairer). Parsons 
Hall & Baird Implement Co. (dealers), " 

Lyie J. II. (repairer), " 

Main W. C. (repairer), " 
*Mills N. F. & Co. (dealers), 

Steele L. J. (repairer), " 

Bauslin & Son (wagon), Peabody 

Christ John (wagon), " 

Irwin Bros, (dealers), " 

Milne A. (wagon), " 
Prescott Co. (dealers). 

*IIoffman C. R. (dealer), Perry 

Lee Thomas (dcRler), " 

Rouse John (repairer), " 

Riffle E. & Son (wagon), Perth 

Kipp John (wagon). Piqua 

City Carriage Works (repairers'*, Pittsburg 

Mays Thomas (wagon), Pleasanton 
*Park D. F. & Co. (dealers), 

Robinson Geo.ge A. (repairer), " 

Davis C. T. (wagon), Preston 

Princeton 



Hale John (wagon). 



Randall 

Randolph 

Reading 

Reece 

Republic 

Reserve 

Rome 

Rossville 

Russell 



Sabetha 



Josiin W. H. (dealer), 
Mann John (wagon). 
Hays & Logsdon (wagon), 
Preston W. W. (wagon), 
Goodrich J. W. (wagon), 
Weyer A. J. (wagon), 
Vanakin Wm. (wagon). 
Mason Richard (repairer), 
Cline Wm. (repairer), 
*Hill J. H- (dealer), 
Hulit P. L. (wagon), 
*Russell Hardware Co. (dealers), 
Slimm & Gower (wagon), 
Austin A. L. (repairer), 
Collins Ira F. (dealer). 
Liver John (heavy wagon), " 

McMillen J. N. (light). 
Prentice J. R. (dealer), 

Schcrer M. (wagon, Saint Marks 

*Briggs & Gebhart (dealers), Salina 

Green & Son (dealers). 
Hill William M. (repairer), 
Holinqnist A. J. (dealer), " 

Morran ifc Sons (light). " 

Pearson S. (light, wagon and cart), " " 

Walton E. Mrs. (dealer), 
NicUerson & French (light and wa- 
gon), Saratoga 
Classou Theodore (wagon), Scandia 
Congdon L. D. (dealer), Sedgwick 
*Green & Stedman (dealers), " 
Hartman H. A. (wagon), " 
Harvey .lames H. (repairer), " 
*Shattuck S. W. (dealer), 

*Fuller ifc Son (dealers), Seneca 

GroUines Henry (wagon), " 

*NeIson & Scoville (dealers), " 

Payne James F. (dealer), " 

St irk P. M. (wagon), 

Thompson S. B. (wagon), " 

*Williams George W. (dealer), " 

Hall James L. (wagon), Severance 

Hansen Hans (wagon), " 

*Heeney E. (dealer), " 

Dixon S. A. (wagon), Severj' 

Hungerford Charles (wagon). Soldier 

""Shea'ian -Terry (wagon dealer), Solomon City 



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KANSAS. 



Garrutge and Wayon Makers 

Sias M. (repairer), 

Smart W. V. (wagon), 

Wagonseller & Thornberg (repairers), 

Wiard W. L. (repairer), 

Crowe Spring Mfg. Co. (dealers), 

Zimmerman H. O. (wagon), 

Peterson A. wagon), 

(Carpenter George W. (repairer), 

*Hanna J. & Co. (dealers), 

Hickman &, Stiles (repairers), 

Lyons George C. (repairer), 

Morey k Bundy (repairers), 

I'orter Bros, (dealers), 

*Stubbs S. P. C. (dealer), 

*Anderson & Co. (dealers), 

McCabe Michael (wagon), 

McHale P. H. (dealer), 

Steinmitz,iCummings & Collins(wag 
on), 

Uilerick T. P. (repairer), 

Zimmerman A. (repairer), 

Montgomery & Son (dealers), 

Bledsoe Mat. (repairer), 

Kiiker & Hey (dealers), 

JMoore J. J. (repairer), 

Schneider Chas. J. (wagon), 

*Cross C. L. (dealer), 

Cadwallader R. (wagon), 

Powell & Wheeler (wagon), 

*Columbus Buggy Co. (dealers), 117 
East 16th, 

•"•FouchtJ. H. (dealer), 825 North 
Kansas av, 

Gillis & Schweering (light and 
wagon), 506 Jackson, 

Hayden A. V. (light and wagon), 
116 West 5th. 

Huffman S. R. (repairer), 324 Jack- 
son, 

Kinlt-y & Lannan (light), 426 Jack- 
son, 
^Miller Frank (light, wagon and road 
cart). 424 Quincy, 

*Ryan James (repairer), 209 West 

6th. 
-*Topeka Carriage Co., 

Volk Wm. D. (light and wagon), 328 
Jackson, 

-Wi.lier J. W. (light), 211 East 6th, 

*VVainer & Griggs (dealers), 123 
East Sixth, 

Morgan T. Q. (repairer). 

Matihews J. H. (wagon), 

King Robert (wagon), 

Kauis H. F. (repairer), 

Fleming L. C. (wagon). 

Do.. little & Co. (dealers), 

Newman V. P. (wagon), 

Nolker H. F. (wagon), 

*Pa(ldenMer. Co. (dealers), 

Schmidt L. (dealer), 

Sciiuiimacher J. (repairer), 

*Sager James (dealer), 

Dcxl.son C. F. (dealer), 

Ives John (wagon), 

*.M:idigau Thomas (dealer), 

Allen S. A. (wagon), 

Howe W. E. (dealer), 

McNeil N. (dealer). 



contin ued. 
Solomon City 



South Park 

Springdale 

Spring Hill 

Sterling 



St. Marys 



Stilwell 

Stockton 

Strong 



Thayer 
Tonganoxie 



Topeka 



Toronto 

Trading Post 

Tribune 

Troy 

Udall 

Valley Falls 



Vining 
Wakefield 

Wallace 
Walnut 



Walnut 
W am ego 



Washington 



Wathena 



Waverly 
Weir 



Wellington 



Wellsville 



Thorn burgh & Son (wagon), 

*Deweese W". H. (wagon), 

*[ron Clad Store Co. (dealers), 

*Rogers J. C. & Co. (dealers), 

Willert F. (wagon). 

Bird G. W. & Son (dealers), 

Goldman D. N. (I'ght and wagon), 

Stockwell G. A. (dealer), 

Foley & Son (dealers). 

Gladden William (wagon), 

Manville Geo. (dealer), 

Weber John (wagon), 

Westhoff Fred (wagon), 

Davis G. W. (wagon), 

Allen William (repairer), 

Bnrber William (repairer), 

Rol)in.son C. S. (dealer), 

Warner Eli (repairer), 

^Andrews E. M. (dealer), 

Clark & Brown (light and wagon), 

*Curtis C. C. (dealer), 

Davidson JMous (repairer), 

*Graff A. (dealer). 

Keir John (light and wagon). 

Lasher & Snowden (light and wagon), 

Moore W. D. (wagon), 

Orahood & Dorsey (light and wagon), 

Smith &, Kirk (dealers). 

Stone Alliance (dealer), 

Baldwin Franklin (repairer). 

Hay John H. (wagon), 

*Hostetter A. D. (dealer), 

McGowen Alex, (repairer), 

Reighley W. A. (dealer), 

*Sinclair J. C. (dealer), 

Stoner J. A. (repairer), 

Zoller H. (wagon"), 

Dixon Jas. (wagon), 

*Lsaacson A. (dealer), 

*Lynch & Briney (dealers), 

Gudge B. B. (wagon), 

""Hedge & Browm (dealer.s), 

Baker, Blasdel & Co. (dealers) 

Bowman B. F. (wagon). 

Dean & Melvin (light), 

*Kansas Bu^gy Co. (light and wagon), - 

McClelland R. W. (light), 

McKinzie M. A. Mrs. (light), 

McNees W. A. (dealer), 

Morgan & Sumption (repairers), 

Rafferty E. G. (dealer), 

Richmond J. E. (repairer), 

Schenerbricker H. (repairer), 

""Smythe F. G. & Sons (dealers), 

Tuller & Washburn (light 

wagon), 
Wallace J. A. (dealer), 
Boston John (wagon), 
Owens S. J. (repairer), " 

Washington W. H. (wagon), Willlamstown 
Bienner John (repairer), Wilson 

Claussin J. H. (dealer), ''' 

*llimes S. P. (dealer). 
Hoover A. B. (repairer), " 

Swartz & Zavodnik (light and wagon), " 
Williams A. D. (dealer), 
Bauer & Clatworthy (light and 

heavy), Winfield 

Davidson S. L. (dealer). 
Lee W. H. (dealer). 



Wetmore 



White City 
Whiting 
Wichita 



and 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continiud. 
*Myton S. H. (dealer), Winliekl 

Van Valet k, Sage (dealers), 
*Wintield Wagon Co. The (dealers), 
Fenuer Wyalt (vvagou), Woodlawn 

Wagner & Baldwin (light), Yates Centre 

Carriage and JFaf/on Dealet'S. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Anti-Battler Mfr. 

Hiudmarsh P. J., Marysville 

Hat'divare Mfrs. 

*Noll & Fuller, 527 Cherokee, Leavenworth 
Hindmarsh P. J. (anti-rattler), Marysville 

Hardware and Supjflif 
Dealers. 

*Simon F. C, Alma 

*Howard Bros., Arkansas City 

*Sipes C. R., .< 

Biechele Joseph, Armourdale 

*Brown Bros., Blue Rapids 

*Eniporia Hardware Co., Emporia 

*Peters' Hardware Co., J. Q. Haynes 

agent, " 

*Hutchluson Hardware Co., Hutchinson 

*Kr()Use A. D., " 

Thompson & English, " 

*Van Zandt & Sons. 
*VVolcot J. C. & Co., 

*Hesse \V".G.& Sou,420 Cherokee, Leavenworth 
*Bizants & Malthews, Wichita 

*Houck Bros., 

*Meyton L. H.. Winfleld 

*Randall & Lyon Hardware Co., 

Sleigh Dealers, 

{See Sleigh Mfrs.) 

Sleigh llfrs. 

Johns L. B., Abilene 

Hochhaus R. A., Alma 

*Haight C. R. Airs, (dealer), Burlington 
Rehkoff Bros, (dealers), 

*Scherer & Scherer (dealers), Chapman 

*Dennis & Berry, Cherokee 

*Wiles Hardware Co. (dealers), " 



Gudge Geo. S (dealer), Dwight 
*Emporia Hardware Co. (dealers), Emporia 
*Peters Hardware Co. (dealers), 

Truslcr W. (dealer), Esk ridge 

*Homig & Sweet (dealers). Fall River 

Mott D. V. (dealer), Fontana 

Scheetz Chas., Hanover 

Case Norman (dealer). Highland 

Paddock Bros, (dealers), Hiil?boro 

Achenbach A. F. (dealer), Holton 

Ferguson N. B., " 
Scott J. A. & Co. (dealers), 

*Horfon Hardware Co. (dealers), Horton 
Miller J. II. & Co. (dealers), 
*Welchous Daniel (dealer), Hutchinson 

Brunnemer W. T. JM. (dealer), Jewell 
*McClung & Fay (dealers). 

Rnggles«fc Perfect (dealers), " 
*BIaltner J. J. (dealer). Junction City 

*Davidson John (dealer). " 

Hansen John & Co. (dealers), " 

^McCarthy C. (dealer). Mankato 

Seibert H. (dealer), Marion 

Rigley William M., Muscotah 

*Cross jNIarion (dealer), Neodesha 

*Sperrv A. C. & Son (dealers), " 

Irwin Bros, (dealers), Peabody 

*Prescott Co. (dealers), " 

Slimm & Gower, Russell 

Thompson S. B., Seneca 

Hall James L., Severance 

*Hanna J. & Co. (dealers). Sterling 

Porter Bros, (dealers), " 
*Stubbs S. P. (dealer), 

Thornburg & Son, Walnut 
Stockwell G. A., Washington 

*Hosteter A. D., Wellsville 
^Sinclair J. C, 

*Hedgect Brown (dealers), Whiting 

McNees W. A. (dealer), Wichita 
Rafferty E. G., 

Sirring Mfrs. 

Crowe Spring Mfg. Co., South Park 

Wagon 3Iakers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 



KENTUCKY. 



CoMMEKCiAL Paper. — Bills of exchange, checks and promissory notes placed upon the 
footing of bills of exchange are coimnercial paper, and governed by the law merchant. 
Promissory notes payable to any person or corporation, and payable and negotiable at any bank 
incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, or organized in Kentucky un- 
der any law of the United States, which shall be indorsed to and discounted by Ihe bank at 
which the same is payable, or any other bank in Kentucky, as above specified, are placed on 
the footing of foreign bills of exchange. All Sundays, the 1st of January, the 22d of Febru- 
ary, 4th of July, the 2oth of December, of each year, and all days appointed by the President 
of the United States, or by. the Governor of the Commonwealth, as days of fasting or Thanks- 
giving, are holidays, and commercial paper falling due on any of the foregoing days must be 
paid on the days before. 

Interest. — The legal rate of interest is six per cent.; if more is reserved the agreement 
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Cart'iaf/e and Wagon Makers. 



*Harper James (wagon), 
Miller Bros, (repairers), 
Miller John (light), 
Riggall Robert (wagon), 
Johnson James L. (wagon), 
Ferrill J. B. (wagon), 
*Davidson Bros, (dealers), 
*Jackson J. T. (dealer), 
Raiikins A. E. (dealer), 
*Ryan T. D. (dealer), 
Sisco J. W. (light), 
Hara L. H. (wagon), 
Gil more R. N. (repairer), 
Taylor & Chanan (dealers), 
Bennett B. & Son (wagon), 



Adairville 

Alexandria 

Allen Springs 

Altilla 

Auburn 

Augusta 



Bardstown 

Bard well 

Beards 

Beaver Dam 

Beda 

Spitzberger M. A. & Co. (light and 

wagon). Bellevue 

Hulton J. F. & W. A. (wagon), B rry 

Downs David (repairer), Bethlehem 

Johnson & Northern (wagon), Bewleyville 
Broad bent & Smith (repairers), Bloomtield 
Comstock J. P. (repairer), 
Lewis James W. (wagon dealer). 
Barclay J. W. (repairer). Bowling Green 

Esper John Sr (light). 
*Hill & McElroy (dealers), 
West J. T. ^ Co. (dealers). 
Woodward J. T. (light, also dealer), " 
Ware John (wagon), Bradfordsville 

Asbcraft J. C. (repairer), Brandenburg 

Coleman Charles (dog cart dealer), " 

Coleman E. A. (repairer), " 

Richardson James (dogcart dealer), 

* Woodson H. C. (dealer), 

Brown J. S. (repairer), Bremen 

Kinney John W. (repairer). Brewers Mills 
Hamilton W. B. (buggy and wagon), 

Briensburg 
Herr Carl & Bro. (wagon), Broadwell 

Hitzman John Mrs. (wagon), Brownsboro 

Scott John (repairer), Buffalo 

Barton & Beckett (repairers), Butler 

Malone J. S. & Son (wagon), Cadiz 

Froelich John (repairer and dealer), Cairo 

Atkinson Jas. L. (wagon), Campbellsville 

* Wright & Turner (light), 

Blake'y F. R. (repairer). Cannier 

Archdeacon James (light and wagon), Carlisle 

Baruett James (wagon), 

*King R. C. (light also dealer), 

Myers John (repairer), " 

Webster T. A. (dealer), 

*Dries F. (wagon), Carrolton 

Halmess Harmon B. (repairer, also 

dealer), " 

"Krentzer H. (repairer, also dealer), " 

Miller F. J. (light and wagon), " 

*HarthBros. (dealers), Caseyville 

Jones W. P. (repairer), " 

Larke A. (wagon), Catlettsburg 

Oster J. W. (repairer). Cave City 

Crystal G. W. (repairer), Chilesburg 

McConnell James (wagon), Clay Village 

Rhoads J. J. (wagon), Clear Spiings 

Wheeler J. C. (wagon and dealer), Clifton Mills 
May & Solbrig (repairers), Cloverport 

Mays & Bohler (repairers), " 

Witt & Conrad (repairers), " 



Corydon 



* Kuban k R. C. & Son (wagon), Columbia 

*Jesl W. A.(lealer), 

'I'urpin John W. (wagon), " 

Wagoner William M. (wagon), 

Atoii J. D. (repairer and dealer), 

Kmg & Harness (dealers). 

Knoll Herman (dealer), " 

Brinker Theodore (light), 73 and 75 

Pike. (p 43,000) Covington 

Gadker Charier W. (repairer), 570 

Pike, 
Gouvian John (wagon), 29 West 8lh, " 
*Hartke Joseph (light), 71 Pike, " 

Myrtle Christ (repairer), " 

*Relifuss Frederick (light and wag- 
on), 244 and 350 Pike, 
Schneider Daniel (repairer), 3d and 

Bakewell, 
Schneider John (wagon), 1112 Green- 
up. 
Streibich Herman (wagon), 1908 

Madison av, " 

Butler & Martin (wagon), Crail Hope 

Glaub Isaac (wagon), Crittenden 

Mayhugh John (repairer), 
Cnjmwell H. F. (wagon), Cynthiana 

Dale W. S. (repairer, also dealer), " 

Pate V. H. & Co. (light), 
*Renneker S. (dealer), " 

Slade William (repairer), " 

Thompson & Martin (dealers), " 

*Wohlwenter Joseph (wagon), " 

*Central Carriage Co. (light), Danville 

Drake Bros, (wagon dealers), " 

*Durham B. J. & T. F. (wagon 

dealers), " 

Manwaring Carriage Co. F. C, Mc- 
Ginnis manager (light and 
' heavy), " ^ — 

*Murphy Timothy (dealer), " 

Kleet & Prabell (light and wagon), Dayton 
Kuhlman John (repairer), 
i Murry Wilbert H. Mfg. Co. (dealers), " 
*Womax & Son (wagon, Dixon 

Cleveland & Ladenburger (repairers), Dover 
Eubanks W. A. (wagons), Edmonton 

Ehret Chas. (repairer), Elizabethtown 

McGinuis J. W. (repairer), " 

Sweets Michael (wagon), " 

*Bell & Smith (dealers), Elktoa 

Thompson S. L. (wagon), " 

Thompson T. E. (wagon), " 

Wells Benjamin (wagon), " 

*Fremd J. D. & Co., Eminence 

*Thompson J. B. (repairer), 
Miles J. M. & Co. (wagon), " 

Weeks J. A. (light), Fairfield 

Forman James (wagon), Fairmount 

Arnold B. F. (dealer). Falmouth 

Bunker W. H. (wagon), " 

Gruell J. (dealer), 

Martin M. B. (wagon), " 

Palmer John M. (wagon), " 

Shields James (dealer), " 

Stillwell S. B. (wagon), 

Warner Jacob (wagon), Faubush 

Proctor S. S. (wagon), Finchville 

Harrison W. H. (wagon and dealer), 

Flemingsburg 
Hudson R. S. (dealer), " 



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Carriage and Wugoa Makers — continued. 
Jones W. E. (repaiicr), Flemingsburg 

Lyons M. \V. (light and wagon), " \ 

Bradford Bros. (Tight), Florence 

Burdin John H. (wagon). Forks of Elkhorn 
iNIullens J. M. (wagon) Fox Creek 

Burns Thomas (repairer), Frankfort 

*Crutcher O. II. & Co. (dealers), " 

Hamilton J. B. & Co. (repairers), " 

JVIaston Bios. (dealers), " 

Adsit J. H. (light and wagon, also 

dealer), Franklin 

"London & Dawson, " 

Pet lilt W. J. (repairer), 
Proctor R. B. (wagon), 

Edding E. B. (wagon dealer), Fulton 

*Paschall N.J. (dedler), 
Perkins Joseph T. (dealer), 
Reeds E. C. (dealer). 

White John (repairer), " 

Clark J. (repairer), Georgetown 

McCullough P. (light), 

Bryanton & Co. (light), Ghent 

Chamberlin E. P. (wagon), " 

Williams R. O. (dealer), 

Christmas ct Son (dealers), Glasgow 

Pedigo J. R. & Co. (wagon, also deal- 
ers). 
Price J. F. (dealer), 
Williams M. S. (repairer). 
Wood & Mueller (dealers), 
Sullivan D. L. (wagon), Glencoe 

* Wilson W. R. (wagon), Golden Pond 
Gibbs J. W. (wagon), Graefenburg 
Hill B. F. & Bro. (wagon), Greenville 
*Ho\vard J. C. (dealer). 

* Morgan & Green (dealers), " 
*Rhoads D. E. (dealer), 

*(;hoat John (dealer), Guthrie 

Slaton O. E. (repairer), Hanson's 

Beard & Beeler (dealers), Hardinsburg 

Dillon P. (repairer, also dealer), 
Hensley J. B. & Co. (dealers), 
Lewis J. M. (wagon), " 

"Monarch J. & Co. (dealers), " 

Smith Jesse (repairer), " 

*White Samuel W. (wagon), Hardyville 

*Bohon George (dealer), Harrodsburg 

*Iving W. T. A: Son (dealers), Hartford 

William Bros, (wagon), 
Yeiser & Miller (repairers), " 

Allen A. H. (repairer), Hawesville 

Goering & Baker (light, also dealer), 
*Taber & Lawson (dealers), " 

Gogel P. C. (light). Hawthorn 

*Blockwell P. A. & Co. (wagon 

dealers), Henderson 

*Delker George Co. (light), " 

Fames A. A. & Co. (dealers), " 

Fulwiler & Cheney (repairers), " 

Mart G. W. & Co. (repairers and 

dealers,) 
^Mayer's G. A. Son (wagon dealer), " 

*NoiTis & Alver (wagon dealers), " 

_ *Smith R. S. & Bro. repairer), 

* Willy Bro. (repairers), " 
,Bruhner W. T. (light), Hickman 

Gray J H. (repairer), " 

*Hertweck. Baltzer & Co. (wagon), " 

Oliver A. F (repairer). 



Hinkleville 

Hitesviile 

Hodgensville 



Keene 

Kentonlown 

Kej'sburg 

Kingston 

Lafayette 

Lamasco 

Lancaster 



Lawrenceburg 
Lebanon 



Haygood W. R., 
Griggs R. A. (wagon), 
Kinsey W^ P. (repairer). 
La Rue ct Jeffries (repairers) 
Blumensteil Carriage Co. (light and 

wagon). Hopkinsville 

Bonte & Wriglit (light), 
Ducker C. W. (liglil), 
*Forbes «fc Bro. (repairers and deal- 
ers), 
*Green John R. & Co. (dealers), " 

Si eel ^L D. (repairer), " 

Tanks F. (repairer), " 

Webb C. B. (dealer), 
Wilson G. R. (repairer), 
Hopkins John A. (wagon). 
Herring S. B. (wagon), 
Todd A. R. (wagon). 
Purcell L. J. (wagon), 
Vinson J. W. (wagon), 
Boyle R. (repairei), 
*Higgiubotham J. M. (dealer), 
*Ronians W. J. & Co. (repairers and 

dealers), 
Hughes W. H. (repairer). 
Wells T. E. (light), 
*Bretney Ed (dealer). 
■^Carlisle & Litsey (dealers), 
Clements Al. (repai'er), 
England & Wilkersou (wagon), 
*Humkey & Merkley (light andheavj') 
^Pliillips' J. G. cV Co. (dealers), 
Richardson James A. (light and 

heavy), 
^Bassett R. J. & Bros, (dealers), 
Hodge George (wagon), 
*Meredith E. (repairer), 
Slirewsbur}^ J. W. & Bro. (wagon), 
Baker N. L. (assignee), 
*Bavkley Bros, (dealers), 
*DeLons& Co. (dealers), " 

Drake E^. B. (dealer), 
*Fry S. V. (light), 

Krauss J. (light), •' 

Lexington Buggy Co. (dealers), " 

Myall & Shackleford (dealers), 
*Xewbury W. H. (wagon), " 

"Rumsey James (wagon), " 

Saunier S. C. (repairer), " 

*Upington John V. & Bro. (sulky 

and break wagon), " 

*Weiman H. (light), 

Weitzel Henry (repairer), " 

Herndon James (repairer), Linton 

Vinson Riley (repairer), " 

*Jackson W. H. & Co. (dealers), London 

*Williams J. T. (dealer), 
"Bahr Nicholas (wagon), 1929 18th, 

(p 161,005) Louisville 
*Baker Samuel H. (dealer), 140 and 

142 East Main, 
*Bradley Carriage Co. Giglit), 126 

and 128 West Main, " 

Brenner J. (light and wagon), 1032 

West Main, 
*Broderick John (wagon), 447 to 453 

Eist Main, 
*Cart Wright Spring Wagon Works, " 
*Edinger J. (wagon), N E c Main 

and Campbell, " 



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*Esch J. (wagon), 549 E Walnut, Louisville 
*Gardiner & Cross (light wagon and 

dealers), 449 West Jefferson, " 

Hemsley John (wagon), 1328 West 

Green, " 

*Hart Hardware Co. (dealers in road 

carts), 750 to 758 West Main, 
Heeb S. (wagon), 

Henning DoraM. (wagon), " 

Hoskius R. H. (dealer), 127 West 

Main, 
*Kentucky Wagon Mfg. Co. (farm 

wagon), 714 East Walnut, 
*Ki]]gore & Stilz (wagon), 217 to 225 

1st, 
Krankel Jacob (wagon), " 

Kremer Baldwin (wagon), 1700 

Shelby. 
Leibzucht W. H. (wagon), 227 26th, 
*Lewis & Hanford (wagon dealers), 

246 and 248 West Main, 
*Looms Geo. (light and dealer), 322 

to 326 1st, 
Louisville Buggy Co. (light), 171 4th, 
McVaw Carriage Co. (light), 
Mittel John E. (repairer), I5th bet 

Maple and Lexington, " 

Mock Jacob (wagon), 1501 Story av, 
Nicoulin Fred. A. (repairer), 1104 

Main, 
Richards Albert J. (wagon), 620 and 

622 Green, 
*Ruby Carriage Co. (light and 

heavy), 225 to 231 2d, 
Ruhl David (repairer), 1809 Port- 
land av, " 
Schram G. (wagon), 1423 Story av, " 
Schmittknecht Peter (wagon), " 
Schweizer Frank (repairer), 217 

Brook, 
Simons Lum & Co. (dealers), 524 and 

526 West Market, 
Spies E. & Bro. (wagon). 516 Jack- 
son, " 
*Spies Louis (wagon), 746 East 

Main, 
Spybey W. H. (wagon), 624 West 

Jefferson, " 

Stephen William (repairer), 1616 

West Main, 
Stevenson Hugh A. (wagon), 119 

12th, 
*Tingley William (wagon), 231 and 

233 East Main, 
Tobern Edgar I. (trimmer), " 

*Tross & Bro. (wagon), 218 12th, 
Truman T. G. (wagon dealer), 302 

West Main, 
Weber Frank (repairer), 304 East 

Main, 
Weber Jacob (wagon), 540 East 

Market. 
*Wheeler Carriage Co. (light and 

dealers), 815 West Main, 
Campbell D. B. (repairer), Macksville 

Clark J. R. (wagon), 
Patterson & Jones (wagon, also 

dealers), Madisonville 

Riggan Bros. & Co. (wagon), " 



Millersburg 

Millville 

Milton 

Monterey 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Sterling 



Tapp L. L. (repairer), Madisonville 

*Carney «& Saffold (dealers), Mayfield 

*Long Z. T. & Co. (dealers). 

Slaughter T. A. (wagon dealer), " 

Beasly Geo. P.. Maysville 

*Dietrich F. (light), 

*Mcllvain, Humphreys & Bramle 

(dealers), " 

*Myall & Shackleford (light and 

dealers), " 

"Newell Robert (dealer), " 

Hunter H. A. (repairer), McDaniels 

.Miller Wm. & Son (wagon), Middleburg 

Combs & Nave (repairers, also deal- 
ers), Midway 
Pate James W. (heavy wagon), " 
■"Richardson J. A. (dealer), Milburn 
Thomas J. E. (repairer), 
Hunt H. H. (repairer), 
Hundly M. B. (repairer), 
Cassity Willis (wagon), 
Deringer D. (wagon). 
Swetnam T. S. (wagon). 
Power J. T. (wagon), 
Conroy J. L. (light). 
Diamond David (repairer), 
Gerring Max & Son (dealers), 
*Mitchell Edward (dealer), 
*01dham W. P. & Co (dealers), 
Reed W. W. (dealer), 
Reiss V. (trimmer), 
*Senieur Fred (light). 
Settles Bros, (light). 
Cocks W. H. (repairer). 
Gentry H. C (repairer), " 
*Fox & McGee (repairers). 

Mount Washington 
Parrish & Parrish (repairers), 
*Fair & Hart (dealers). 
Keys H. G. (dealer), 
.Martin R. (repairer), 
*Sohroader O. A. (repairer), 
Utterbach J. H. (repairer), 
Spencer J. W. (wagon), 
Sidlivan J. H. (wagon). 
Beard William (repairer), Alexandria 

Pike. 
Bonhajo & Huber (light and wagon), 
*Forbes John & So i (repairers), 184 

Bellevue). " 

*Gosney & Yelton (wagon), Licking 

Pike. 
Hansjurgen & Wertch (wagon), 110 

andll2 Monmouth), " 

Hienlein Geo. (wagon), William, " 

Koch John (repairer), " 

Miller John (repairer), " 

Reische Chas. (repairer), " 

Riley Frank W. (light and wagon), 

133 Monmouth, 
Steir Aug. (light and wagon), 298 

Monmouth, " 

Waggoner Adam (light and wagon), 

228 and 229 Monmouth, " 

Wagner Henry (light and wagon), " 

*Winkler F. & Son (repairers), 109 

Monmouth, " 

*Al]iband W. N. (light), Nicholasville 

Deamon George B. (repairer), " 

Moseley W. G. (dealer). 



Mount Vernon 



Murray 



Nelsonville 
New Liberty 



Newport 



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Carri(((jc ((iid W<t(jon Mukei's — cvntinutd. 
Pales C. C. (repairer), Isichulasville 

*Sleele W. L. & Co. (dealers), 
Grimes W. M. & Bio. (repairers), Oakland 
_*Ames F. A. & Co. (light and cart, 

wholesale nifrs.), Owensboio 

Delker John G. (dealer). 
Driver Benj. (light and wagon), " 

*Hall Frank L. '(dealer), 
Hart S. (repairer), 

Jansiug B. J. (dealer), " 

,0\vensl)oro Buggy Co. (wagon), " 

^Owensboro Wagon Mfg. Co. (farm 

wagon and cart), " 

Phillips Bros. & McAtee (dealers), 
Pileife Hill (repairers), 
*Small J. A. ifc Bro. (dealers). 
Summers & i^eifried (repairers), " 

Tr< utmaii J. P. iV Sou (dealers), 
Chisler N. (repairer), Owenlon 

Herndou H. T. (dealer), 
*Rees, Cox & Co. (dealers), " 

Scanland E. E (wagon), " 

Spicer B. F (wjigon). " 

Benson James (wagon), Paducah 

Dougal James (repairer), 
Ellis John (repairer), " 

Gafford John (wagon), " 

^Goodman R. W. & Co. (heavy and 

dealers in light), " 

Greif A. VV. (light and wagon), " 

Iseman MiUe (wagon), " 

*Leibraan Lonis (dealer), " 

Maguer James (wagon), 
PittniHii it Son (wagon), " 

*Kehkoa ct Co. (dealers), 
Ely A. B., Paint Lick 

Glenn John (light). Paris 

Holliday & Huddleston (repairers 

and dealers), " 

*Neely Robert J. (dealer). " 

Bower F. M. (repairer), Parksville 

Harmon & Bradshaw (repairers), Palesville 
Camp S. C. (lighi), _ PerryviiU- 

Becker H. (wagou), " Pewee Valle} 

Smith W. A. (wagon), 
*JacksoD, Bales & Ferrell (light and 

wagon), Pikeville 

Penuebaker Bros, (repairers). Pleasant Hill 
Cave R. W. & Son (wagon), Priceville 

*Eldred & Wallace (dealers), Princeton 

Hanks R. H. (wagou), 
McCarney H. F. (light aud wagon), " 

*Ratliff Charles (dealer), 
White R. H. (repairer), " 

Barmuth & Jennings (wagon). Providence 

Brangers William (wagon), Raywick 

*Doneldson John (light, also dealer), 

Richmond 
Midkiff S. L. (wagon), 
Pope P. M. (dealer), 

Schmidt L. O. (repairer), " 

*Shackelford & Gentry (dealers). 
Smith A. D. (repairer), '■ 

Smith Wm. H. (repairer), *' 

*Taylor John G. (dealer), 
Stowers Robert (wagon), Riverview 

*Beall Bros, (dealers), Russellville 

Clark T. C. (wagon (dealer). 
Farmer W. B. (dealer). 



Saint Marys 

Salem 

Shelby City 

Shelby ville 



*Garretlsou G. E. (dealer), Riisi-ellville 

Hill Bros, (wagon), " 

Sadler Bros, (light and wagon), 
Flanagan W. P. (repairer), 
Evans J. 0. & Bro (repairers), 
Hussing Philip I), (repairer), 
Finuell G. T. (wagon). 
Place John T. (repairer), 
Randolph W. F. (repairer), 
Patteison J. B. (wagou), 
Hundgens T. W. (repairer), 
Kentucky Safely Single Tree 
(farm wagon, also dealers), 
Hood A. T. (repairer), 
Moffet T. J. (wagon). 
Bash D. F. (light), 
Lemmet Henry (repairer), 
Caswell F. M. (wagon), 
I Schwieckarlh George (repairer), 
Tappin C. H. (wagon dealer), 

South 



Short Creek 
Silver Creek 
Co. 
Smith Grove 

Smith's Mills 
Somerset 

Sonora 
Sorgho 

Carrnllton 

Perine .\.]\[ (icpairer), Sprinir Grove 

Bruce I ."M. (d.alcr), Sliuford 

Dougherty William (light), 
Enibry Smith (repairer). " 

Evans Edward (repairer), •' 

Johnson John (light), " 

Mershon John (repairer), 
Wallace J W. (wai^ron). " 

Wearen G. I), (dealer), 

Miller E. H. (wagou). Stephensport 

Johnson George L. (repairer). 

Sulphur Springs 
Collier & Bro. (dealers), Taylorsvitle 

Jewell T«na'' F. (dealer). 

Boyd Geoige R. (dealer), ToUesboro 

Jordon & Baugh (light), 

*Bassfort J. J. (repairer), Trenton 

*Burrus C. R. (repairer), " 

*Russell J. P. (dealer), 

Crabb R. W. (dealer). Union town 

Maloue A. (repairer), " 

Roberts J. M. (repairer), 

"Street H. J. (dealer aud wagon), Uptonville 
Pfalzgraf Fred, (wagon), Utziuger 

Sparks Joseph (wagon), Vanceburgh 

Foley W. C. (repairer), Versailles 

"McKenzie & Thompson (wagon), 
*Sellers Carriage Co. (light, road 

carts, etc.), " 

Williams & Roberts (repairers and 

dealers), " 

Cavauaugh C. (repairer), Visalia 

Edwards Bros, (dealers., Walton 

* Walton Buggy Co., 

*Brown R. B (dealer), Warsaw 

Linebach W. B. (dealer), 
Moore John W. (repairer), " 

Morrison M. F. (wagon), " 

*Weldon R. (dealer). 

Smith John T. (repairer), Waverly 

*Hughes J. L. & Bros, (dealers), Wickliffe 
Rothrock Perry C. (wagon and 

dealer), " 

Rollars J. J. (dealer), " 

Shelbourne O. (repairer), " 

Wat wood Henry (dealer), " 

Wilkins J. W. (repairer), " 

Gregg O. N. (light and wagon), 

Williamstown 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — coniinued. 

*Atter8alI Win. A. (light and wagon 

and dealer). Winchester 

*Conway. Jackson & Young (dealers), " 
Chadwick. Two Wheeler Co. (carls 

wholesale mfrs), " 

*Baker J. M. (repairer and dealer), Wingo 
Clark T. E. (dealer), 

Galloway D. M. (light and wagon), " 

Tonilinson J. S. (repairer), Woodville 

Hadley George W. (wagon), Yelvington 

Carriage and Wagon Dealers, 

{See Carnage and Wagon Makers.) 

Axle Mfrs. 

*Drunimond Mfg. Co., Main bet 

12th and 18th, Louisville 

Excelsior Mfrs. 

Kentucky Excelsior Mfg. Co., Louisville 

Gear Mfr. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
*Garretson G. E., Russellville 

Sardware Mfrs. 

*ExceIsior Handle Co., Augusta 

Hardware and Supply 
Dealers, 

*Bristow J. L., 16 Pike, Covington 

*Central Ky. Carriage Co., t)anville 

*Thompson & Meadow, Hopkinsville 

Young Guss, 

*Barkley Bros., 63 East Main, Lexington 

*Thonipsou & Boyde, Main, " 

*Belknap W. B. & Co., 115 to 121 

West Main, Louisville 

*FuUon, Conway & Co., 827 West 

Main, 
*Stockhoff's John Sons, 436 East 

Market " 

*Stone I. F.' & Sons' Co., 112 East 

*Todd-Donigan Iron Co. The, 817 

to 821 West Main, 
*Minges H. & Son, Newport 

Ames F. A. & Co., Owensboro 

*HillJ. J., 

Hart George O. & Son, Paducah 

Scott Hardware Co., " 

JEEiib and Spoke Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

* Williams J. D., Ashland 

*Fulton Spoke Co. (spokes), Fulton 

Tibbetts C, Greenup 

*Boli L. A. Wood Stock Co., Kuttawa 

Lexington Spoke and Wheel Co., 

The, Lexington 



*Fulton, Conway & Co., 827 West 

Main, Louisville 

*Louisville Spoke Co.. " 

Scudder B. (spokes). Hazel Patch 

Neck Yoke Mfrs, 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
* Williams J. D., Ashland 

Pole Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

"Boli L. A. Woodstock Co., Kuttawa 

Kentucky Safety Single Tree Co.. 

Smith Grove 

Sinfjletree Mfr's. 

{See Whiffletree Mfrs.) 

Spoke Mfrs. 

{See Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

Trimmers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Wagon Makers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Wheel Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Lexington Spoke and Wheel Co. 

The, Lexington 

*Fnlton, Conway & Co., 827 West 

Main, Louisville 

*Owensboro Wheel Co., Owensboro 

Whi^etree Mfrs. 

{See Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*Boli L. A. Woodstock Co., Kuttawa 

Collins Hilton, Louisville 

Kentucky Safety Single Tree Co., 

Smith's Grove 

Woodwork Mfrs. 

{See also Huh and Spoke and Wheel Mfrs.) 

*Williams J. D. (wheel stock, neck 

yokes, etc.), Ashland 

*Fulton Spoke Co., Fulton 

Tibbets C. (hubs and spokes), Greenup 

Scudder B. (spokes). Hazel Patch 

*Boli L. A. Woodstock Co. (wood 

stock), Kuttawa 

Lexington Spoke and Wheel Co., Lexington 
*Kentucky Wheel Stock Co., Liverniore 

*Snyder & Son (bent wood), 
*Fulton, Conway & Co. (hubs, 

spokes, etc.), 827 West Main, Louisville 
*Louisville Spoke Co. (spokes, etc.), " 
* Owensboro Wheel Co. (wheels, 

etc.), Owensboro 



ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES, PAINTED OE NATURAL WOOD FINISH. 

SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 

BINCHAMTON WACOW CO., BINCHAMTON, N. Y,, U. S. A. 

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Commercial Papeh. — No bill of exchiinge, promissory note or other obligation for the 
payment of money, made within this State, shall be received as evidence of debt; whe?i the 
ichole sum shall be expressed in fignns, the revit-< may be in figures. Bills of exchange, prom- 
issor}'^ notes, and commercial paper which are rccjuired to be ])rotested for non-payment, shall 
be due and payable the day folloicing the third <ir last day of grace, if said third or last day of 
grace be a Sunday or legal holidaj^ and if the day succeeding should be a Sunday or legal 
holiday, then such note or bill shall be payable on the next following day not a Sunday or 
legal holidaj'. And in computing the day allowed forgiving notice for non acceptance or 
non-paj'ment, the days of public rest or legal holidays are not counted. Days of public rest 
are: Isl of January, 8th of January, 22d of Februar}', 4th of March, 4th of July. 25th of De- 
cember, Sundays, good Friday and Shrove Tuesday. Notes made to order of drawer and 
indorsed in blank, and those payable to order of pa3'ee, and by him indorsed in blank, are ne- 
gotiable, and in the hands of third persons before maturity and for valuable consideration, 
are not subject to the equities existing between the original parties. Notes are proscribed, 
or barred by the statute of limitation, by five years. Promissory notes, bills, stocks, etc., 
may be pledged or pawned by delivery and such pledge or pawn is valid as to parties them- 
selves, and third persons, without further formalities. If a credit not negotiable be given in 
pledge, notice of the .same must be given to the ilebtor. 

Interest. — The legal rate is five per cent. The highest conventional is eight per cent. 
If higher than eight per cent, interest is charged, such charge forfeits the entire interest. If 
paid, it may be sued for and recovered within twelve months. But a higher rate of interest 
may be maintained, if included in the principal of the note. 



Algicr-; 
Arnaudville 

i « 

Bastrop 



Carricif/e and Wagon 3Iakers. 

LeGuennec Henry (light and sul- 
kies), Abbeville 
Armstrong J. M. (wagon), Alexandria 
*Bauer & Wiel (dealei^s), 
*Cullen Simon (dealer), 
Glynn G. W. (wagon), 
*Miller J. C. (dealer), 
*Murphy T. (light and wagon), " 
Rogers & Williams (dealers), 
Dusseau Peter (repairer), 
*Duvic Frank (light). 
Berger Peter (repairer), 
Clay John B. (repairer), 
Handy John S. (dealer). 
Heller I. S. (wagon), 
McDonald B. V. (wagon), " 
*Oehlber A. (dealer), 

* Wolff Moses (dealer). 

* Wolff & Silbernagel (dealers), 

Chambers C. W. (repairer). Baton Rouge 

Dahm John & Sous (light, also 

dealers), 
*Garig, Reddy & Hart (dealers). 
Turner Earles (repairer), " 

jMillett Bros, (heavy wagon and cart). 

Bonnet Carre 
Pellandini Eugene (wagon), 
Adier E. & Bro. (dealer), Clinton 

■*Adler S. (dealer). 
Breitung F. (repairer), 
Currin E. (dealer), 
D'Armond J. G. (dealer), 
Fox & Bento (repairers), 
*Heyman J. L. (dealer), 
Israel J. (dealer), " 

*Knox & Cain (dealers), " 

Mayer H. L. & I. (dealers), 



Meyer E. & Bro. (dealers), Clinton 

.Morris B. F. (repairer), " 

Duhon L. F. (repairer), * Convent 

I-osset Francois Jr. (repairer), Covington 
*Smith Hardy H. (dealer), 

Theobald John (repairer), " 

*Tweedle Richard, (repairer), Delhi 

Carmouche P. L. (repairer), Donaldsville 

Norton Bros, (repairers), Dykesville 

Haydel & Laurent (repairers),) Edgard 

Keller Dionis (repairer), " 

Naiy;le Andrew (repairer), " 

Welch Harrison (repairer). Evergreen 
F,u-merville i\Iercantile aud Banking 



Co. (dealers), 
Fenton George (rt'pairer), 
*.VIarx J. (dealer) 
*.Marx S. (dealer), 
Si'lig F. (dealer), 
Siein Simon (dealer). 
Wallace S. B. (repairer), 
*Jacobs Joseph (dealer), 
Gomer P. (lenairer). 
Baker J. C. (light and wagon), 
IMoraan S. B. (repairer), 
Olmstead P. E. (light). 
Neff T. (repairer),' 
(Jiiirardi E. (repairer), 
Tlieriot U. J. (repairer), 
"Davis William H. (wagon), 
Falk B. (dealer), 
*Hebert Alfred (dealer), 
*Lacoste L & Bro. (dealer), 
Vigneaux J. (dealer), 
Chachere M. T. (repairer), 
"Barrios G. D. (dealer), 
Kantrowilz M., agt. (dealer), 
Riley John (light). 
Porterie Louis (light and wagon), 



Farmerville 



Franklin 

Glencoe 

Grand Cane 

Grangeville 

Hammond 

Hermitage 

Houma 

Keatchie 
Lafayette 



Leonville 
Lockport 

Mansfield 
Mansura 



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Carriage and War/on Makers — continued. 

Bass R. A. (repairer), Marioa 

Gosselin A. (repairer), Marks vi lie 

Ziramer C. N. (repairer), 

*Chaffe Christopher (wagon), Minden 

*Eii(ioiii F. (light), Monr. e 

Smith J. W. (wagou), 

Anchordoquy Antoine (repairer), 

Napoleonville 
Holston McK. (dealer). Natchitoches 

*Kaffey H. & Bros, (dealers), 
Ware & Budworth (repairers), " 

Bernard A. M. (wagon and cart), New Ibeiia 
Duckworth S D. (wagon dealer), '" 

*Erath A. (dealer). 
*Hogsett R. F. & Son (dealer), 
Jacquenaond J. (repairer), " 

*Renou(iet A. (dealer), " 

Soneman C. (repairer), " 

Soulage B. (light and wagon), " 

Assell John (repairer). 133 South 

Claiborne, (p 241,995) New Orleans 

*Baker, Sloo & Co. (dealers), 48 Canal, " 
„*Benson Charles (light), 168 Baronne, " 
*Bod!ey Bros, (wagou and cart),74St. 

Charles, 
Briede Otto F. & Bro. (light and 
heavy), 70 St. Joseph, 
, Brinker Frank (light and wagon), 
iGOPoydras. 
Degelman Frank (wagon), 659 Baronne, " 
Deneger William (heavy wagon), 105 

St. Peters " 

Driscoil 1). & Bro. (light), 200 Maga- 
zine, " 
Duvic C. A. & Co. (light and wagon), 

134 North Rampart, 
Duvic Conrad (wagon), 80 Hospital, " 
Edson N. F. (repairer), " 

*Fenner E. C. (dealer), 105 Gravier. 
Helmbeck Philip (repairer), 224 

South Peters, 
Kassel Philip (heavy wagon), 263 

Howard av, " 

Kerber Peter (wagon), 1384 Schosepi- 

toulas, " 

Littman W. H. (wagon), " 

McGin P. (repairer), 481 Tchaupitau- 

las. 
McLellan John C, 205 Julia, 
*Moulton Jas. (repairer and wagon 

dealer), 68 Carondelet, " 

*Netzhammer Frank (wagon), 160 

Fourth, 7th Dis, 
*0'Connor s Thomas Sons (light and 
heavy wagon, hose cart and hook 
and ladder truck), 132 Julia, " 

Randall K. P. (dealer). 162 Gravier 

and 13 Union, " 

Rolling H. (light and wagon), 144 

Poydras, 
Schrempp Joseph (repairer), 385 

Chartres, " 

Schubert Christian (wagon), 43 

Montegut, 
.-*Schwartz Joseph (light and wagon), 

41 to 47 Perdido, 
Spath Fred, (repairer), " 

_*Thomson J. & Bros., 68 and- 70 

South Ramj)art, " 



Vogh Chas. (repairer), 17 Ninth, New Orleans 
Vogt H. Mrsj. (repairer), 42 Rousseau, " 

Welch John (repairer). 223 North 

Claiborne, " 
VVrockhtge John (wagon), 262 Cus- 
tomhouse, " 
Yung William (repairer), 576 Tchau- 

pitoulas, " 

Gos-elin Pierre (wagon), Opelousas 

*Meyers J. & Co. (dealers), " 

*Perry Alfred (repairer), " 

Ramirez T. (repairer), Paincourtville 

Bailey H. M. (repairer). Plaindealing 

Avet V. & Co. (wagou), Plaquemine 

Dobel Adam (dealer), " 

Uupout & Sons (repairers), " 

*Scharff Leon (dealer), " 

Schuler J. J. (repairer), " 

"Haven W. S. (dealer), Shreveport 
*Looney J. F. (dealer), 
McDonald T. F. (repairer), 

*M()ncure & Price (dealers), " 

*Voelcker William (repairer), " 
*Journet & Regis (light and wagon). 

/ St. Martinsville 

Parcel! Desma (repairer). " 

Pellerin Leonce (repairer), " 

Thevenet Pierre (repairer), " 
Witter Alfred (repairer). 

*Hoffman Frank Sr. (dealer), Thibodeaux 
"Tetreaux H. & Co. (wMgon), 

O'Connor Thomas (repairer), Ville Platte 

Black Samuel (wagon), Washington 
Boudreau R. (wagon), 
Eltner A. (light), 

*Jacobs P. (dealer), " 

Robinson W. O. (wagon), " 
* Wolff L. (dealer), 
Zennott R. (lighl), 

Keonig A. (repairer), Youngville 

Carriage and Wagon Dealers, 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Hardware and Supply Deal- 

ers. 

*Schwartz Joseph, 41 to 47 Perdido, 

New Orleans 
*Thomsou J. & Bros. 68 and 70 South 

Rampart. " 

MacJiinery and Tool 3Ifr8. 

*SINGER MFG. CO. (sewing ma- 
chines), (185 Canal, main ad- 
dress) and 14 Burgundy— (See 
p 4). New Orleans 

Moss Mfrs. 

Fraering Camille, Gretna 

*Crescent City Moss Ginnery, S. Siern 



manager, 78 Decatur, 



New Orleans 



*Kohlman Louis. 416 Canal, " 

*Luce Geo. D.. Toulouse and Galvez, " 

Wagon Makers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Miscellaneous. 

*Luce Geo. D. (sunshade mfr.), Tou- 
louse and Galvez, New Orleans 



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Commercial Paper.— Bills of Exchange (foreign), drafts, checks, and promissory notes 
payable to bearer, the maker or his order, or the order of any third party, are negotiable. 
Three davs' grace is allowed in payment. If not paid when due they may be protested, and 
the certificate of protest is prima facie evidence of presentation and non-payment. Notice of 
uoa payment must at once be given to an indorser to charge him. Acceptance, to be legal, 
must be in writing. 

Interest.— Six per cent, is the legal rate when no contract is made about the rate per 
cent, but any rate per cent, is legal if agreed upon in writing. 



Carriage and Wagon 3Iakers. 

French B. F. (rejairer), Abbot Village 

Roberts H. G. (dealer), 

Austin J. N. (dealer), Addison 

Cleaves E. P. (rcpnircr and dealer). 
Holmes it Cleaves (light and heavy 

and wagon), " 

Harding J. & Son<! (light and wagon,) Albion 
Wing E. G. (wagon), 

Roberts William H. (repairer), Alfred 

Rackliff W. ,J. (wagon), Allen's Mills 

Simpson T. A. (dealer), Alna 

Bragg Ingalls (repairer), Andover 

Cushman William G. (buckboards), 
Getchell John M. (wagon), Anson 

Walker J. F. (repairer), " 

Burkett Miles (dealer), Appleton 

Davis Judson (dealer), " 

Jones J. L. (repairer), " 

Dunton G. C. (dealer), 

-Murray A. P. (repairer), " 

Newbit W A. (dealer), 

__Page George H. (buggy and wagon), " 
Ripley E. E. (repairer), '' 

Skinner James (repairer), " 

Titus H. N. (dealer), 

Hixby J. W. (repairer), Athens 

*Emerson Samuel L. (dealer). Auburn 

-Kimball Cyrus B. (repairer), 
Litchfield C. J. & Co. (light, also 

dealers), " 

Millers. A. & M. B. (light), 

,*JN'evens Charles T. (light and 

dealer), " 

Taylor Bros, (repairer.-), " 

Brooks S. S. (dealer), Augusta 

Chandler J. H (light), 
Clark Hiram & Co. (light), 
Cony Bros, (dealers), " 

*Fuller James E. (dealer). 

-Hawes M. T. (iiffht), 

.Hilton Charles W. (light), 
Marston Eiias J. (light). 
Perry J. B. (repairer), " 

Plummer James I. (trimmer), " 

Rines H. M. (light). 

Eastman John A. (dealer), Harlow, Bangor 
Faruham A. B. (trimmer), York c 

French, 
Hubbard S. S. (light), York c French, " 
Huskins Edward A. (light), York c 

French, " 

Kelley Andrew Jr. (repairer), " 



12 

It 

Bar Harbor 



Baring 
Bath 



Mason John & Son (repairers). York, Bangor 
Morrill Joseph (repairer), French c York, " 
Norcross Peter (light), French c York, " 
Rich John C. (trimmer). Main c 

Rowe, 
Sheehnn John (lisrht). 147 Essex, 
Stevens E. W. (light). Main c Rowe, 
Thoms C. F. & H. B. (light, also 

dealers), Harlow n National 

House, " '"' 

Tyler & Conant (dealers), " 

AV'harf Joseph (team wagon). Grove, " 
*Whiton W. F. & Co. (light and 

wagon, also dealers), 30 Harlow, " 
Whittier Charles T. (trimmer), 12 

Harlow, 
*Winchester & York (dealers), 

Harlow, 
*Davis W. H. (tight), 
Farrell J. C (light), 
Kellar F. E. (repairer), 
*Pineo Charles (dealer), 
*Tower George M. (buckboard and 

light wagon). 
Creamer Will (repairer), 
Covel N. &, W. C. (light and wagon) 
Hall N. W. & Co. (repairers), 
Hodgdon William (light). 
Mason C. H. (dealer), 
Oliver A. S. (repairer). " 

Orr Charles E. (light), 

Bean I. B (repairer). Bean's Corner 

*Bailey George O. & Son (dealers), Belfast 
Brown George J (trimmer), 
Howard Samuel G. (litrht). 
Marden Henry C. (dealer), 
Matthews Fred. H. (repairer), " 

Tiundy Hiram W. (repairer), " 

Welch"^ Peter F. (repairer), 
Barilett & Wadleigh (dealers), 
Pi ay I. Y. (repairer), 
W;.shburn T, N. (repairer), 
Morrill John (light), 
Barton & Hodgkins (dealers). 
Bowman Roy (repairer), 
Palmer John (repairer), 
Paimer J. A: (repairer), 
Little James C. (light), 
Clark Frederick JI. (light), 
Merrill J. (repairer). " 

Pinkham Horace (light), " 

Schulmaier H. H. (light and wagon), 
Went worth B. M. (light), 
Barilett F. C. (dealer). Bethel 



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Carnage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Billings J. C. (repairer and dealer), Betliel 
Campbell Bros, (repairers), Biddeford 

-Piper Geo. F. (repairer), 
Townsend Bros, (light), " 

-Whillen James H. (light), 
Preble B. F. (repairer), Bingham 

Temple Isaac (repairer), 
Washburn Henry (dealer), " 

*Hewett & Lowell (dealers), Blaine 

Albee Geo. R (repairer). Blue Hill 

Pinkham N. C. (wagon), Bolster Mills 

Dolloflf Geo. AV. (repairer), Boothbay Harbor 
Burns Levi (repairer), " 

Clisby W. C. (dealer), 
Dow F. P. (repairer), " 

Reed N. C. (repairer). 
Sherman C. E. (dealer), 

Elden H. J. (wagon), Boothbay 

Welch S. E. (repairer), 

Curtis George A. R. (light), Bowdoinham 

Fulton Josiah M. (repairer, also 

dealer). " 

Graves J. R. (dealer), " 

Hill Frank W. (dealer), 
Randall 0. B. (dealer), 

DeWitt A. B. (dealer), Bradford 

Bobbins Charles H. (light and wagon), " 
Barstow Paul, (repairer). Brewer 

Chapman A. B. (dealer), " 

Gilbert George B. (dealer), " 

Jones R. E. (repairer), " 

Kavenough Frank (repairer), " 

Orcutt E. B. (repairer), " 

Sawyer Bros, (repairers), " 

Webber Edwin (repairer), Bridgewater 

Bennett J. F. (trimmer), Bridgeton 

Kneelnnd C. B. (dealer), 
*Newcomb Geo. W. (dealer), " 

Pratt A. B. (repairer). 
Wilder E. E. & Son (trimmers), 
Sfrifklrtnd Asa (repairer), Brighton 

(()()[nl)S.I. F. (repairer), Biistnl 

Sproul L. E. (repairer), 

Jones L. (light). Brooks 

Staples Isaac S. (light). 

Ham Frank G. (wagon), Brownfield 

McLucas Edwin G. (repairer), 
*Alexander & Hubbard (dealers), Brunswick 

-Farrin D. H. (light), 
Hubbard J. H. (Hght), 
Spollet S. J. (light), 
♦Townsend C. E. (dealer), 
Beverly D. D. (repairer), Bryant's Pond 

Dorman R. S. (repairer), Buckfield 

Monk Elias (repairer), " 

*Morriil Horace (dealer), " 

Warren & Morrill (dealers), " 

Googins F. B. (dealer), Bucksport 

Hill D. W. (dealer), 

Leach R. C. (light and wagon), " 

McAllister T. J. (wagon, also dealer), " 
Tillock JohnN. (dealer), 

Libby I. C. &^ Roi!s(i1(nl('rs), Burnham Vill.igc 
Perry Isaac B. (repairer), 

*Meserve S. & Son (dealers), Buxton 

Barclay D>ivid (wagon), Calais 

*Cone M (dealer). 

-Gillespie John K. (light and wagon), " 
Grafton John (dealer), " 



Robinson James (light), Calais 

Stoddard Henry A. (wagon), " 

Trimble William (trimmer), " 

Withem John (trimmer), " 

Ham & Whitney (w^agon dealers), Cambridge 
*Mitchell & Bailey (repairers). 

Shaw & Stafford (repairers), " 

Butler T. J. (light), Camden 
Payson F. W. (dealer), 

Tobin J. F. (heavy wagon), " 

Bean George H. (light). Canaan 

Bicknell S. & Son (repairers). Canton 

Moore George W. (dealer), " 

Moody D. M. (light and wagon), Caribou 

Corliss Wm. (wagon), Carmel 

Davis Silas E. (dealer), Casco 
Watkins S. C. (light and wagon), 
Lamb Joel (light). Centre Linconville 

Farmer Edmund (repairer), Charleston 

Foss Albert (dealer), " 

Foss John E. (wagon), " 

Russell Henry (repairer), " 
Scribner C. H. (dealer). 

Til ton Charles (dealer), " 

Fisher Bradford &:, Son (wagon), Charlotte 

Sprague Fremont J. (repiirer), " 

Brightman Geo. R. (repairer), Cherryfield 
CookM. H. (dealer). 
Hutchinson S. & Sons (light and 

wagon), " 

Long J. C. (dealer), " 

Kimball F. P. (repairer), Chester 

Bacheller F. N. (light), Chesterville 
Hobbs Lewis (light), 

*Lovejoy Bros, (light), " 

NorcrossC. E. (light). " 
Stanley C. A. (light and wagon). 

Fish J. B. (repairer), China 
*Washburn W. W. (dealer), 

Brown W I. (repairer), Clinton 
Morrison Manly (dealer), 
Stewjiid S. W. (repairer),, 

Fici ell E. V. (liiit-t), Columbia Falls 

*Leighton L. & Son (dealers), 
Piiieo John F. (wagon). 

Leland E. E. (reiaiiei). Cooper 

Dearborn W. H. (repairer), Coriuna 
Hutchins Lewis (light), 

Whitcomb J. A. (repairer), " 

Skinner F. H. (repairer), Corinth 
Sweet R. A. (repairer), 

Bradeen F. A. (repairer), Cornish 
Goodrich Geo. H. (repairer), 
Merrill G. F. (light and wagon), 

Cayford George (repairer), Cornville 

Bridges A. B. (repairer), Crawford 
Wyer VV. H. (repairer), Cumberland Mills 
Northey D. H. (repairer, also dealer), 

Damariscotta 

Foss W. R. (dealer), Danforlh 

Jenkins & Son (repairers), " 

Lowell (fc Murdoci< (wagon), " 

Sargent John H. (repairer), " 
Stirchfieitl R. P.. O'cj.ler), 
White Bros, (dealens), 

Barbour B. G. (repairer). Deer Isle 
Lufkin Johnson H. (light and wagon), " 

Cutler William »k Son (repairers), Denmark 
Holt J. H. (dealer). 
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Carriage and Wagon Makers- 

Swan E. E. (repairer), 

Crocker Lewis X. (wagon), 

Lara & Whiting (heavy wagon 
dealers), 

Farrar T. D. (repairer), 

Parshley H. G. (dealer), 

Shepherd Edwin A. (dealer), 

Witherell & Bridge (wagon), 

Knowllon A. (ligfht). 

Waterman Frank E. (wagon and 
dealer). 

Small R. J. (repairer). 

Weeks C. F. (repairer), 

*Davis J. Henry (repairer), (South), 
-Nichols Geo. W. (repairer), 

Sewell George L. (repairer), 

Vickery W. P. (repairer), 

Clark A. P. (wagon), 

Clement E. G. (light), 
-Stewart James W. (dealer), 

Sprague John R. (repairer), 

Wymau Carroll (wagon). 

Berry David (light and wagon) 

Hobart J. W. (wagon). 

Ball Frank (repairer). 
Mills), 

Alley J. S., 

Prav B. R. (repairer), 

Mausir Fred. W. (light). 

Palmer John E. (light), 

Stilphen Charles cr (light), 

Peters David (repairer), 

Fuller Charles Y. (repairer), 

Lathrop N. (repairer), 

Barker L. C. (dealer), 
. Kenrick Henry (repairer), 

Jaquith John (repairer). 

Movers W. H. (repairer). 

Priest G. S. (repairer), 

Stuart E. H. (wagon), 

Roberts Joseph C. (dealer), 

Ames G. F. (wagon), 

Haggett Owen (repairer). 

Merry Joseph (repairer), 

Shapleigh Hermon A. (light), 

Butler George P (repairer), 
-*Davis H. E. (light and (dealer). 

Hurley J. (repairer), 

Mayo H E. (repairer), 

Mouaghan C. E. (light), 

"Philiips Hosea B. (dealer), 

Rowe Elmer E. (light), 

Rowe it Co. (light), 

Sylvester F. H. (repairer), 

Wiggiu F. H. (dealer), 

Hersey John, (South E.xeter), E.xeter 



Dexter 



Dover 



Dresden 
Durham 



East Auburn 
East Corinth 



East Jefferson 
East Livermore 
East Machias 
East ]\Iadison 
(Sprague's 

Easton 
East Parsonfield 

East Pittston 



Eastporl 
East Union 

East Vassalboro 



Harvey W. S. (dealer), 
Rackliff B. R. (wagon). 
Ward Elisha R. (wagon), 
Alden M. L. (trimmer), 
Barnard Hiram C. (repairer), 
Burbank Frank (light), 
Carvelle J. H. (wagon), 
Horn A. D. (dealer), 
*Kuowllon E. (light), 
Knowlton John, Son & Co. (light), 
Knowlton S. D. (light), 
Prescott N. M. (repairer), 
Whitmore N. C. (light). 



East Waterboro 

East Watertord 

Edgecomb 

El iott 
Ellswoith 



Etna 



FaiitieM 



Farmiugton 



Foxcroft 



Baker J. W. H (repairer), Farmlngton Falls 

Watson Benj Franklin (light), 

"Watson Charles H. (light), 

Barstow H. (repairer), Fort Fairfield 

Libby A. P. (dealer), 

Richards L. N. (dealer), 

Smith G. L. (light), 

*Thurlough & Richards (dealers), 

Jennison T. L. (repairer), 

Lucas L. A. (wagon), " 

*Monroe E. T. (dealer), 

Shaw S. C. (light), 

"West George F. (repairer), Frankfort 

Bunker C. T. (dealer), Franklin 

Orcuit L. S. (repairer), 

Tracy George (repairer), " 

Gowen Benj. A. (light and wagon), Freedom 

Sparrow A. B. (dealer), 

Anderson W. C. (denier), 

*Bailey L. M. (deaLer), 

Coffin L. T (repairer), 

Frost W. J. (trimmer), 

Goddard Frederick C. (repairer), 

*Mallet E. B. (road cart dealer), 

Mitchell Fred. W. (dealer), 

Nichols Samuel (repairer), 

Morton Silas (repairer). 

Holt John (dealer), 

*Ward John & Co. (light), 

Gilson P. Henry (light), 

T,add J. S. (repairer), 

Libby Joseph B. (light). 

*Smith A. T. (light), 

Blake A. J. (heavy and wagon), 

Mooers Murray (wagon, also dealer), 

Goodwin's Mills 
Gorham 



Freeport 



Friendship 
Fryeburg 

Gardiner 



Gilead 



Drown J. L. (light), 

*Hanson Charles (dealer). 

Smith Hugh (light), 

Thayer Charles (repairer), 

"White "W. P. (repairer). 

Sawyer Frank L. (repairer), 

French John C. (dealer), 

Hussey Erastus (repairer). 

Palmer O. C. (light), 

Stafford Edward (repairer), 

Higgins George (wagon), 

Murch E. W. (repairer), 

Perkins Frank (dealer), 

Rowell Daniel (wagon). 

Whitman Daniel (repairer), 

Keefe L. I. (repairer), 

Wilkinson J. B. & Son (repairers), 

Howe H. N. (repairer), 

Collins John Jr. (light), 

*Pennell & Longfellow (dealers), 

McRoy & Coffin (dealers), 

Nash C. R. (repairer). 

Smith G. P. (dealer). 

Eaton Charles H. (light), 

Emery J. J. & Son (light), 

Sawyer David (light and wagon), 

Paltner John E. (light), 

Huston B. H. (repairer), 

Gerow W. A. (repairer), 

Strout Elmer E. (wagon), 

Bills S. L. (repairer), 

Dunbar Cyrus (repairer), (South Hope) 

*Bradbury T. M. 6c J. (dealers), Houlton 

Brown Waldo G. (light and wagon). 



Gray 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Guilford 

Hollowell 

Hampden 



Hancock 

1 t 

Hanover 
Harmony 

Harrington 



Harrison 
Hartland 

Head Tide 

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Carriage and Wagon Makers 
Clough & Dyer (dealers), 
*Page & Madigaa (dealers), 
Sinclair James H. (trimmer), 
_Tabor Silas W. (repairer), 

* Watson John (light and wagon), 
*Weiler John S. (dealer), 
Brewer Porter (repairer), 
Hatch P. D. (wagon), 
Larabee Joseph M. (light and wag 

on), 
Bean Isaac B. (wagon), 
Ames A. V. repairer), 
Johnson M. I. (dealer), 
Kennedy G. L. (repairer), 

* Weeks Elbridge S. (dealer), 
Varney Edwin (repairer), 
Pease James (repairer), 
Clark Charles H. (dealer), 
Littlefield Alfred (repairer), 
Mason Fred W. (repairer). 
Mayo J. B. (repairer), 
Jones W. O. (dealer), 
*Spinney E. C. (wagon), 
Sparrow J. R. (light), 

Foss B. R. (repairer). 

Staples Samuel D. & Son (light), 

Donnell B. Frank (repairer), 83 

Bales, 
Frye J. F. (repairer), 
Googin M. J. (repairer. 83 Bates, 
Groves Chas. H. (repairer), 25 Frank- 
lin, 
llacket Wm. H. (wagon), 86 Bates, 
Lord C. M. (repairer), 86 Bates, 
*Wade & Dunton (light and dealers), 

29 and 35 Park, 
Ayer M. S. (light and wagon), 

* Young S. T. (dealer), 
Meserve C. H. (wagon), 
Gordon L. E (dealer), 
*Libby A. P. (dealer), 
Scammon Francis (lepairer), 
Springer John (repairer), 
Steven E. W. (dealer), 
Gordon John (repairer), 
Gushee T. E. (dealer), 
]>amb Joel (repairer), 
Kan kin I. H. (dealer), 
Resteen John (wagon). 
Chalmers Joseph R. (repairer), 
Cornish J. W. (dealer), 
Cram David (repairer). 
NorriceR. H. (repairer), 
Prebble C. B. (dealer). 
Towns Walter (repairer), 
Wilson David (repairer), 
Denuison L. E. (dealer), 
Phillips E. F. (repairer), 
Bailey E. W. (repairer), 
Goding J. N. (repairer), 
*Hacker F. M. (dealer), 
Bassett A. C. (repairer), 
"Hutchins E. S. (dealer). 
Knight Henry (repairer), 
*Lewis C. H. (dealer), 
Rier I. E. (repairer), 
Moore Murray (repairer). 
Baker Wm. G. (light and wagon), 

,Fisher G. W. (light and heavy). 



continued. 

Houlton 



Hull's Cove 
Islesboro 



Jackson 

Jay 

Jefferson 



Jonesboro 
Keans Mills 
Kennebunk 



Kingfield 
Kittery 

Knox 

Lee 

Levant 

Lewiston 



Liberty 

Limington 
Lincoln 



Lincoln vllle 



Linneus 
Lisbon 

Litchfield 



Litchfield Corners 

Livermore 

Livermore Falls 



Lovell 



Lubec 

Lj'miin 

Machirts 



*Perry George I), (dealer), Machias 

Tribou H. A. (repairer). 

Churchill Delbert C. (repairer), Madison 

McKennv Joseph K. (repairer), " 

Withee E. E. (watron), 

Fulton G. W. (repairer). Mars Hill 

Farnsworth A. X. (dealer), Milbridge 

Strout Joseph C. (dealer), 

Wallace S. C. (light), 

Higgins Willis (dealer), Milltown 

Doble Bros, (dealers), Milo 

Hamlin Orin (repairer), " 

Kittredge B. R. (repairer), " 

West F. E. (dealer), 

DeCoster A. F. (repairer), Minot 

Dunham J. P. (repairer), (McFall's), 

Dunham Lysander (wagon), " 

Edgecomb L. (light and heavy), " 

Perkins Hiram (dealer), " 

True William H. (light), -^' 

* Waterman & Jordon (dealers), " 

Real F. H. (dealer), Monmouth 

Gilmaft J. H. (dealer), 
Rideout Frank (light), 

Pattee Joseph (light and wagon), Monroe 

Smith J. A. (wagon), " 

Woodman N. T. (dealer), " • 

Davison Joseph (repairer), Monson 

*'rhompson Volney (light and 

wagon), Montville 

Barker W. H. (repairer), Morrill 

Hill Jason C. (dealer), Mount Desert 

Kittridge William (repairer), " 

Richardson Lewis S. (repairer), " 

Smith Pearl F. (repairer), " 

*i'arr Edwin V. (light). Mount Vernon 

Fairbanks Alton (repairer), " 

Jordan F. (light), Naples 

Morris Edward E. (repairer), " 

Chellis Abner B. (repairer), Newfield 

*I)avisA. K. P. (wagon). 
Murphy J. W. (light), 
*Scott Hugh (light), 

*Smith James H. (repairer), " 

" libbets Wm. M. (light), 
IJrockett Walter (wagon), New Gloucester 
Bradbury Bros, (repairers). New Limerick 
*Uennett Preston L. (dealer), Newport 

Smith S. E. (light and wagon), " 

i'aul T. A. (dealer). New Sharon 

Spafford W. A. (light and wagon), " 

^Vyman H. (wagon), " 

Kennedy J. H. (light), New Vineyard 

Turner H. L. (wagon). 

Hilton E. A. (wagon), Norridgewock 

M ce A. P. (light), South, 
[>illingham T. (repairer). North Auburn 

Picott Frank (wagon, also dealer), 

North Berwick 
H.dl Wm. (repairer), North Bradford 

H..dgkins H. T. (light). North Chesterville 
i\ing J. (wagon), " 

Knowles A. E. (light), 
Kiiowlton S. D. (wagon), " 

i'iiikham Chas. A. (repairer), " 

[..ovejoy J. B. M. (light and wagon), " ' 
*i.ovejoy R. N. (dealer), " 

Morrow Albert (wagon), " 

Vaughan W. A. (wagon), " 

Wright Isaiah R. (light). 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 
Harris Bros, (farm wagon), 

North New Portland 
Jacobs Wm. S. (repairer), 

Spear Nalium (repairer), North Monmouth 
Wadieigh E. B. (light). North Parsonsfieki 
Ward Marcellus (light and heavy), 

North Sebago 
Grant J. A. (light). North Vassalboro 

Ames W. A. (light and wagon), 

North Windham 
Gallison J. M. (repairer). North Woodstock 
*Andrews A. F. (dealer), Norwaj- 

Haggett E. H. (light and heavy), 
Libby H. L. (repairer and dealer), " 

15enson George T. (light), Oakland 

*Benson H. A. & Co. (light), 
Flynn Thomas (repairer), " 

Redmond J. B (wagon), " 

Spiller W. B. (repairer), " 

(/ousins Geo. C. (dealer). Old Town 

Sawyer Enoch G. (light), " 

*Sawyer J. W. (dealer). 
Wing A. T. & Sons (light and heavy), " 
Emery Daniel (repairer), Orono 

Nash Jasper H. (light), 

Holbrook E. A., Otisfield 

Dowe Chas. E. (repairer), Palermo 

Johannet H. M. (repairer), Palmyra 

Smith S. E. (repairer), 

Briggs Ireson (dealer), Parkman 

Hriggs W. E. (dealer), 
Small C. R. (repairer), " 

Alley J. S. & T. (wagon), Parsonfield 

Clark R. C. (repairer), Pembroke 

Hutler Bros, (repairers) Phillips 

Kelley W. H. (repairer), 
Noble James B. (repairer), 
Crosby J. H. & Co. (repairers), Pittsfield 

*Parks Bros, (dealers), 
Shattuck A. L. (light). 

Jewett A. P. (repairer), Plymouth 

Scott Hugh (repairer). 

Pulsifer F. A. (repairer), Poland 

Adams, Clarke &, Locke (light), 41 

Casco, • Portland 

*Bailey F. O. & Co. (dealers), 32 

Plum, 
Bailey George W. (trimmer), 57 Port- 
land, 
*Bra(lley & Small (dealers), 33 Preble, " 
Brown E. E. (il< aler), 9 Silver, 
ChHpnian G. B. (repairer), 6.t Preble, 
Crandhll & York (wagon), 31 Green, " 

Dunham Wm. H. (wagon), 78 Pearl, " 
Duran Beuj. (wagon), r 37 Preble, " 

-*Fiirrar Robert (light and heavy), 46 

Portland, 
Hannaford & Libby (repairers), 

Ocean House road, " 

Harmon Silas B.(repairer), 127 Market, 
Jones George W. (repairer), 501 Fore, 
King Wm. A. (trimmer), 22 Port- 
land, 
Ling Edward E. (dealer). 11 Silver, 
*Mann Joseph (wagon). 68 Preble, " 

March Geo. B. (wagon). 69 Oak, 
Mason Samuel (wagon). 71 Portland. " 
McCann Daniel F. (repairer). 37 
Preble. 



G. (trimmer), 61 
(trimmer), 41 




Portland 



Presque Isle 



Princeton 
Randolph 

Rangeley 
Richmond 



I McGlauffin James 
Preble, 

Rolfe Charles H. 
Casco, 

Shorey Samuel (light and wagon). 12 
Union, 

Smith James F. (light). 109 Pieble, 

Stoddard Charles B. (trimmer), 45 
Portland, 

Stone Theo. (heavy wagon). 18 Union, 

Talbot A: Moulton (repairers), 75 Port- 
laud, 

Thompson J. B. (express wagon), 15 
Cross, 

^Thompson Zenas& Bro. (light), 36 
Elm, 

Wescott & Brackett (repairers), 14 
Center, 

Wheeler Geo. W. (wagon). Forest av., 

^Vhitney C. E. (light and wagon), 91 
1 Preble, 

Whit ten J. G. (repairer), 14 Union, 
i Wry W. A. (wagon), 501 Fore, 
! Hilt J. G. (repairer), 
' Hoyt G. N. (repairer), 

McGuire D. E. & Co. (wagon), 

Deuplisea A. J. (repairer), 

Dunton Marcellus (repairer), 

Rowe O. V. (wagon). 

Tibbitts D. H. (repairer), 

Curtis B. F. (dealer), 

Randall W. G. (light), 

Tibbetts Joseph G. ("repairer), " 

*Umberhine I. F. (dealer), 

Randall C. B. (dealer'), Richmond Corner 

.Mansel Charles H. (repairer), Ripley 

Cummings F. L. (light), Rockland 

*Fogler & Blackington (dealers), " 

Hall J. F. (light), 

-Mank Marcus (repairer), " 

Phi!brook Beuj. (light), 

Thurston D. A. (wagon), 

Katon P. C. (repairer), 

Elliott David (repairer), 

Lowe L P. (light), 

Sawyer Geo. H. (repairer), 

Waterhouse Geo. H. (light), 

Adams Charles (trimmer). 

Berry David B. (wagon), " 

Deane F. S. (repairer), " 

Irish Frank (repairer), " 

Lewis J. F. (repairer), "^ 

Uus.eell W. (trimmer), " 

Sands Paul C. & Edward (dealers), 

Towle Ivory H. (light), 

Southard C. B. (wagon), St. Albans 

Turner N. B. (dealer), 

lit ath W. S. (repairer), Salem 

Brierley John W. (wagon), Sanford 

Tebbeits F. J. (dealer). 

Weymouth W. E. (light and wag- 
on). 

Treat James (repairer), Searsport 

*Moult"n E. A. (repairer), Shapleigh 

Bean James H. (wagon), Sidney 

Drummoiid A. T. (light and wagon), 

Lyon A. H. (repairer), " 

Cayouette Joseph (repairer), Skowhegan 

Chase L. W. (dealer), 

Fairbrotlier Charles (dealer). 



Rumford 
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Carriage and Wagon Makers— continued. 

Farrington Otis (repairer), Skowhegau 

Foss Benjamin N. Uiglit). 

Moore F. P. (repairer), 

Vallier John A. (repairer). " 

Black J. D. (liglil), Solon 

*Wbipple Abuer E. (light), 

Butler Hiram A. (repairer), South Berwick 

Joy Daniel B. (repairer), 

Berry A. G. (repairer). South Bridgton 

Jackson T. M. (repairer), South China 

Wyman J. A. H. (repairer), South Gardiner 

Mason O. L. (repairer), South Hiram 

^Goodrich M. B. (light), South Newburgii 

Groves Jacob (repairer), South Norridgewock 

*Perkins W. E. (dealer), 

*Paris Mfg. Co. (trotting wagon and 

skeleton), South Paris 

Record Sam'lJ. (repairer), " 

McGlaughlin Albert (repairer). 

South Presque Isle 
Hall Frank A. (light). South Waterford 

Hamlin Walter K. & Co. (heavy 

wagon), " 

Rowe Leander P. (light), " 

*Blanchard A. A. (repairer), Springfield 

*Hooper Lyman (repairer), Springvale 

Murray E. G. (dealer). 
Weeks S. H. (repairer), " 

Davis D. S. (light), . Standisli 

HaLScomb Wm. (repairer), " 

Libby Lewis B. (repairer), " 

Rand A. B. (repairer), 
Tompson Geo. R. (dealer), 
Bracketl C. A. (repairer). Stark 

*Sawyer B. A. (repairer), 

Demerritt C. F. (wagon). Stetson 

Green Charles F. (wagon), ' 

Wentworth Cabe VV. (dealer), 
Smith M. S. (repairer), Steuben 

Brown B. F. (dealer), Stockton 

Staples E. F. (dealer), 
Slowell H. S. (repairer), 

Eaton Alfred (wagon). Stow 

Gilkey E. J. (repairer). Strong 

*Lymau G. E. (repairer), SuUivnu 

Preble Charles H. (repairer), 
Morgan M. W. (road cart dealer), Sumniii 

Jarvis C. P. (light), Sur y 

Cunningham Bros, (light), Swauviilc 

Harriman S. B. & Sou (repairers), " 

Nickerson Alfred E. (dealer), 
Wright James H. (repairer), Temple 

Burkett J. H. (dealer), Thomaston 

Maine State Prison (light and wagon), '• 
Montgomery P. (repairer), " 

Gordon Daniel (vv'agon), Thorndike 

*Philbrick F. L. wagon), 

Heald Peter (repairer), Troj' 

Fernald Edwin (light). Turner 

Fuller E. & Son (light), (North) " 

Knapp Benj. W. (light), 

Dow A. M. (repairer). Union 

Morton L. R. (repairer), " 

*Wingate, Simmons & Co. (light), " 

Chandler A. (dealer), Uiiiiy 

Fogg Lemuel (repairer), 
M\ rick Samuel A. (wagon), " 

Whitten George L. (dealer), 
Heminway \V. F. (wagon), Upton 



Vassalboro 



Vienna 
Waldoboro 



Washington 



Jacquilh John (repairer), 

Mooers VV. H. (repairer), 

Wyman E. F. (light), 

Allen Elbridge N. (repairer), 

Gordon Sewall B. (wagon), 

Flanders Aldeu (repairer), 

^human Nelson (repairer), 

Well Cyrus. 

Dow W. W. (repairer), 

Morse Joseph (repairer), 

Rockwell Fred, (wagon), 

Rockwell John L. (repairer), " 

Wright L. D. (repairer), " 

York & Lynch (dealers), 

Davies Alonzo (light and wagon), Waterville 

Faruham A. O. (light). 

Pray J. J . (dealer), 

Rouco S. (repairer), " 

Smart Thomas (light), 

Walker Franklin (repairer), " 

Wilshire George H. (dealer), 

Pettingill Benj. (repairer), Wayne 

Barrett R. (repairer). Weld 

Swett S. E. (repairer), 

Witham J. A. (repairer), " 

Davis G. S. (repairer), Wells 

Rankin John R. (repairer), " 

Binford P. W. (repairer). West Baldwin 

Mills William D. (repairer), West Bethel 

Bailey R. H. (wagon). West Falmouth 

Knowlton John, Sou & Co. (light), 

West Farmiugton 
Packard Chas. F. (light and wagon), 
Allen ChiS. E. (light). West Gray 

York L C. (repairer). West Hampden 

Oliver Hiram (repairer). West Mills 

Chesley Lorenzo (light). West Mount Vernon 
Guilford Chas. (repairer). West Newtield 

Curtis & Gilmau (wagon). West Paris 

Welch & Wilder (repairers). West Pembnjke 
MeGuire William (repairer), West Poland 

Storer Bros, (light), 

*Cooper Bros, (light). West Searsmont 

Crane Bela W. (repairer). Whiting 

Holland Dennis Jr. (repairer), Whitneyville 
Monaghan H. & Sons (wagon), " 

Sullivan Chas. H. (dealer), " 

*Hiscock J. M. (repairer), Wilton 

Parsons Joseph T. (repaiier), " 

Sewall N. Willis (light and heavy), 
Estes J. E. & F. E (dealers), Winn 

Grant Horace S. (light), " 

Mulherrin J. P. (repairer), " 

Flemant Edwin (repairer), Winterport 

Tolman Bros. (wagon), " 

Stanley H. A. & A. A. (light and 

wagon). Winthrop 

Stanley O. E. (light, also dealer), " 

Burnell Ferdinand (dealer), Woodford 

*Higgins Henry H. (repairer). 
Sawyer J. L. (repairer), " 

Scanlon John (repairer), " 

Allen Peter L. ct Son (light and 

heavy), Yarmouth 

Partridge A. P. (wagon), " 

Seabury J. Albert (repairer), " 

Caswel Henry W. (dump wagon), 

Yarmouthville 
Lowell O. E. (dealer), 
Sands Albert O. (repaiier), " 



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Carrutf/e and Wayon Uealers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Maimers.) 

Axle Mfrs. 

Holmes Axle Co., Gardiner 

*\Venlworth Spring & Axle Co., 

Cushion Mfrs. 

{See Top and Cmhion Mfrs.) 

Enameled Oil Cloth 3Ifvs. 

♦Bailey's C. M. Sons & Co.. 

Skowhegan and Winthrop 

Excelsior Mfr. 

Baker J. W. H., Farmington Falls 

Hardware Mfr. 

Rankin J. R. (sent lock), Wells 

Hardware and Sai^ply Heal- 
ers. 

*Brooks S. S. & Co., Augusta 

*Clark R. L., 

*Hamlia Horace H., 108 and 110 

Water, 
*Bragg N. H. & Sons, 4 Broad, Bangor 

*Haynes, Pillsbury & Co., 126 Ex- 
change, " 
*Parkhurst J. F. & Son (hardware). 

Main c Rowe, " 

*Rice & Miller (hardware), 47 West 

Market sq, 
Johnson Bros., Bath 

*Bailey Geo. O. & Co., 52 Main, Belfast 

Burgess Albert C, 47 Main, 
*Carle Fred A., 60 Main, 
Bean S. E., 10 Alfred, Biddeford 

*ChHse. Barker & Co., Calais 

Todd Bros.. 

*Curtis J. H. & Son, Camden 

*Hunt Thomas H., 
Strong I. M., estate of, 

Lara & Whiting, Detroit 

*Sawyer & Gilford, Dovt-r 

*Morrison & .Joy, Ellsvvoi tli 

*Croswell A., Farmington FiiUs 

*Dingley Hardware Co., Ganliiur 

*Vannah I. G. & Co , 

Brown Waldo G., Houltoii 

*Fogg Ahnoii H. & Co., 
*Watsun .John, 

Dav J. H., Lewiston 

Graflfam D. & Co., -^2 Bates, 
*Hall & Knight, 

*Wade ct Diinlon, " 

*Parker T. M. & Co., Phillii.s 

* Bailey James & Co. , 264 Middle. Portland 
*Corey E. & Co., 195 and 197 Main, 
*Stevens A. E. & Co., 216 Commer- 
cial, 
Smith A. M. & Co., Presque Isle 

*Crie H. H. &, Co., 205 Main, Rockland 

Mil liken L. B., Saco 

*B]iint Albert G., Skowhegan 

*R>.wles J. D. &Co., 

Arnold W. B. & Co.. Waterville 

*Hiin.s<)ii Wehcr iV: Diiiiliam, 



Allen's Mill,'* 

Chivse's Mills 

Detroit 

Newtield 

West Falmouth 



Huh and Sjfoke Mfrs. 

(See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
*Rackliff J. P. (hub). 
Burdin Thomas G. (hub), 
Lara & AVhiting (hub). 
Heald Joseph C. (hub), 
*West Falmouth Mfg. Co 

Name Plate Mfr. 

Earle Wm. H., 153 Exchange, Bangor 

Oil Cloth 3Ifrs. 

{See Enameled Oil Cloth Mfrs.). 

Sleiijh Healers. 

{See Sleigh Mfrs.) 

Sleif/h Mfrs. 

Harding J. & Sons, Albion 

Page George H., Appleton 

Litchfield C. J., Auburn 

*Nevens Chas. T. (light and dealer), 

Clark Hiram & Co., Augusta 

RinesH. M. & J. B., 

Hubbard S. S.. York c French, Bangor 

ThomsC. B\& H. B., darlow n 

National House, " 

Wharff Joseph (sled). French n State. 
Winchester^ York (dealer.s),12 Harlow, " 
Tower Geo. M., Bar Harbor 

*Bailey G. O. & Son (dealers), Belfast 

Marden H. C. (dealer), " 

Clark Frederick M., Berwick 

Merrill Josiah. 
Schulmaier H. R., 
Wentworth Carriage Works, 



Billings J. C, 


Bethel 


Townsend Bros., 


Biddeford 


Whitten J. H., 


t t 


Preble B. F., 


Bingham 


Pinkham N. C, 


Bolsters Mills 


Fulton Josiah M., 


Bowdoinham 


Randall C. P. (dealer), 


1 1 


Ham F. G.. 


Brownfield 


Peverly D. D. (light). 


Bryant's Pond 


Warren & Morrill (dealers). 


Buckfield 


Leach R. C , 


Bucksport 


Libby L C. & Sons (dealers). 


Burnham Village 


Gillespie John K., 


Calais 


Robinson James, 


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Stoddard Henry A., 


K 


Payson F. W. (dealer). 


Camden 


Bicknell S. & Son, 


Canton 


Moody I). M.. 


Caribou 


WaikinsS. C. (dealer). 


Casco 


Hodgkins Henry T., 


Chesterville 


Stanley C. A.. 


( i 


Steward S. W. , 


Clinton 


WhitcombJ. A., 


Corinna 


Sweet Royal A., 


Corinth 


Coridsh J. W. (dealer). 


Cornish 


Merrill G. F.. 


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Northev D. H.. 


Damariscotta 


Foss W. R. (dealer). 


Dan forth. 


Slinchfield R. B. (dealer), 


t ( 


White Bros, (dealers). 


(( 


Lara & Whiting. 


Detroit 


Parshley IL G. (dealer), 


Dexter 


Wiit^'rnian Frank E.. 


Dover 


Clark F'^ .Alfrcil. 


EaM Corinth 



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East Madison 

East Pittston 

Ellsworth 



Etna 

Fairfield 

Farmington Falls 
t < 

Fort Fairfield 

Foxcroft 
Freedom 
Fryeburg 
Gardiner 
Gray 
Hartland 

Houlton 

it 

Jackson 

Kittery 

Knox 

Lincoln 

Lovell 

Machias 

Milo 

Montville 

Mount Vernon 

. Newfield 



Sleigh Mfrs. — continued. 

Hobart J. W., 

StilphenC. C, 

*Davis H. E., 

Monaghan C. E., 

RoweE. E., 

Rowe & Co. , 

Sylvester F. H., 

Racldiflf B. R., 

Carvill John H., 

Watson B. F., 

Watson C. H. (dealer), 

Libby A. P. (dealer), 

Thurlough & Richards, 

Shaw S. C., 

Sparrow A. B. (dealer), 

*VVard John&Co., 

Gibson P. H., 

Smith Hugh, 

Sawyer David, 

Tabor S. W., 

Watson John, 

Larabee Joseph M., 

*Spinney G. C. (dealer), 

Sparrow J. R.. 

*Libby A. P. (dealer), 

Steven E. W. (dealer), 

Bassett A. C., 

Kuight Henry, 

Fisher G. W., 

Doble Bros, (dealers), 

*Thorapson Volney (light), 

Sanders Morrill, 

Murphy J. W., 

*ScottHugh, 

Tibbetts W. M., 

Smith S. E., Newport 

Spoflford W. A., New Sharon 

Mace A. P., Norridgewock 

Knowlton F. H., North Chesterville 

Lovejoy J. B. M., 

Morrow A., " 

]Sl(ircross C. E., " 

Wadleigh E. B., North Parsonsfield 

Grant John, North Vassalboro 

Auies W. A., North Windham 

Gallison J. M., North Woodstock 

Kaggett E. H., Norway 

*Benson H. A. «&Co., Oakland 

Cousins G. C. (dealer), Old Town 

Sawyer J. W. (dealer), 

Nasi) J. H., Orono 

Butler Bros., Phillips 

Sliattuck A. L, Pittsfield 

Adams, Clarke & Locke, 41 Casco, Portland 

*Biiiley F. O. &. Co. (dealers), 32 

Plumb, 
*Bradley & Small, 33 Preble (dealers), " 
*Farrar Robert, 46 Portland, 
March George B., 69 Oak, 
Thompson J. B. (sleds and pung.s), 

15 Cross, 
'I'hompson Zena & Bro., (light and 

heavy wholesale mfrs.), 36 Elm, " 
Wiiimey C. E., 91 Preble, 
Hill J. G., Presque Isle 

Duplisea A. J. (pung), Princeton 

I'hilbniok Benj., Rockland 

Towle Ivory H., Saco 

Siuthard C. B., St Albans 



Turner N. B. (dealer), 

Tebbetts F. J. (dealer), 

Drummond A. F., 

Vallier John A., 

Black J. D., 

^Whipple A. E., 

Weeks S. H., 

Tompson George R., 

Brackett C. A., 

Eaton Alfred, 

Harriman S. B. & Son, 

Maine State Prison, 

*VVingate, Simmons & Co., 

FoggL. B., 

Gerish William, 

MyrrickS. M., 

Wyman E. F., 

Johnston L W. (dealer), 

Smart Thomas, 

Allen Charles E., 

Curtis & Oilman, 

Storer Bros., 

*Cooper Bros., 

*Sullivan C. H., 

Parsons J. T. , 

Sewall N. Willis, 

Estes J. E. & F. C. (dealers), 

Grant H. S., 

Stanleys. A. & A. A., 

Sawyer L. J., 

Allen P. L. & Son, 

Lowell O. E. (dealer). 



St. Albans 

San ford 

Sidney 

Skowhegan 

Solon 

( 4 

Springvale 

Standish 

Stark 

Stow 

Swanville 

Thomaston 

Union 

Unity 



Vassalboro 

Washington 

Waterville 

West Gray 

West Paris 

West Poland 

West Searsmont 

Whitneyville 

Wilton 

Winn 

< i 

Winthrop 

Wood fords 

Yarmouth 

Yarmouth villa 



Spoke Mfrs, 

{See Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

Spring 3Ifrs. 

* Went worth Spring and Axle Co., Gardiner 

Top and Cushion Mfrs. 

Eureka Carriage Top Co. The, J. E. 

Oakes manager, Newport 

Trirnniers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers). 

Wagon Makers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Wheel 3Ifrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

Watson C. H., Farming'on Falls 

*West Falmouth Mfg. Co., West Falmouth 

Woodwork Mfrs. 

[See also Hub and Spoke Mfrs. and Wheel Mfrs.) 
*RHckliff J. P. (hubs), Allen's Mills 

Buidin Thos. G. (hubs), Chase's Mills 

Lara ifc Whiting (hubs), Detroit 

Ranger Bros, (basswood panels and 

dashes), East Wilton 

Eureka SeatSpindleCo.(seatspin 'les), Newfield 
Heald Joseph C. (seat spindles, rails, 

dowels, hubs, etc.), 
Keith L. S. (all kinds). North Chesterville 
Pray Lewis (bodies and gears), Ken- 

nebeck foot Preble, Portland 

Philbrook Benj., Rockland 

*\Vest Falmouth Mfg. Co. (wheel 

stock). West Falmonth 

Winslow W. H. (wheels), 



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TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAGONS. 

Ne^v Style this Year. 



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Commercial Papeu. — The common law is in force in this State in regard to bills and 
notes, as to presentment, demand, notice, protest, etc. Commercial paper generally is negotia- 
ble, and when in the hands of innocent third parties for value, the maker, acceptor, etc., will 
be held liable, even though the same was given without consideration. No notes or bills 
giveu for gambling, or other immoral consideration, are good, and payment of them cannot 
be enforced, even though held by innocent third parlies of value. 

IxTEHEST. — Legal rate of interest is 6 per cent. Penalty for usury is the forfeiture of all 
excess above the real sum, or the value of goods, or chattels actually lent or advanced, and 
the legal interest on such sums or valui'. 



Carriage and Wagon 3Iakers, 

Fletcher R. (repairer), 

*Fletcher ifc Farring (repairers), " 

Wiles .James A. (repairer), 

Echart John (wagon), Accident 

Zinkan Henry (repairer,, " 

Krieg Jesse (light, wagon and cart), 

Adamstown 
Coates Clifton (repairer), Airey's 

Feldmeyer W. H. (repairer), Annapolis 

Stevens F. E. (light, wagon, and 

cart), 
Klulh Wm. (wagon), Arlington , 

Schaffer John (repairer), " 

Kelley E., agent (light and wagon), Ashland 
Albaugh John & Son (light and 

wagon;, 1000 Pennsylvania av, 

(p 434,151) Baltimore 
Amendt John (wagon), 118 Con- 
cord. 
Anthor & Esler (wagon), 613 South 

Caroline, " 

Arnold J. A. (farm wagon dealer), 

121 Light, . 
Baer John H. (wagon), 1502 Light, 
*Baltimore Farm Implement Co. 

(farm wagon dealers), 209 South 

Charles, 
Baltimore Plow Co. (farm wagon 

dealers), 822 South Howard, 
Bamberger Bros, (wngon), 616 York 

road, 
*Banning R. F. & R. A. (farm wagon 

dealers), 123 Light, 
Bant hem Geo. W. & Bro. (w.-igon), 8 

West Henrietta, 
Bartol H. B. & Co. (light), 1533 Guil- 
ford av, " 
Bauers John (repairer). 1916 Light, 
*Betz Gustavus & Sons (wagon), 

10 10 North Central av, 
*Biemilier John (wagon), 35 South 

Paco, 
♦Born Herman (heavy wagons), 800 

Waesch, 
*Bowers Wm. & Sons (light and 

heavy), 516 West Baltimore, 
Boyd William B. (light and wagon), 

2018 Jefferson pi, 
BrighofE William (wagon), 800 East 

Fayette, 



Brown & McNally (repairers), 1103 

West Saratoira, Baltimore 

Aberdeen BULETT CARRIAGE CO. (light, 
wholesale mfrs. for the trade) — 



(See p 59), 18 North Howard; 
general office and factor}\ Bel Air, 

Clements William E. & Co. (light), 
12 North Frederick, 

*Coan M. J. (farm wa^on dealer), 
124 Light. 

Colflesh George B. (light), 515 West 
German 

Collins & Ruley (wagon), Hunting- 
don av c Lake, 

*Cook Carriage Co. (light), 423 West 
Baltimore, 

Dean & SutcliiTe (light), 743 West 
Pratt, 

Dershiuger John C. (wagon), 409 
Eastern av, 

Detrich Adam & Son (wagon), 402 
Hartford road, 

Dietrich & Bros, (wagon), 1119 York 
road, 

Dicke Vitus (wagon), 202 North 
Wolfe, 

*Ditch J. S. & Bro. (milk wagon), 
11 East Second n Baltimore, 

Dressell Geo. A. (wagon), 408 Canton 
and Colli ngton av, 

Fassel George W. (wagon), 1110 East 
Mfidisnn, 

Faulstich Nicholas (repairer), Fayette 
and Duncan allej'. 

Fields W. H. & Bro. (wagon and 
cart), 816 South Paca, 

Fifer & Wix (light). 316 West Ger- 
man. 

Fohner F. (wagon), 624 North Cen- 
tral av. 

Fowler Charles H. (dealer), 913 
Booth, 

*Frist John (light and dealer), 502 
West Franklin. 

Frist John E. (light). 416 North 
High, 

Germeten H. (wagon), 1836 Pennsyl- 
vania av, 

Gerns John E. (repairer), 806 East 
Fayette, 



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Oirriayt luixi Wayou Mukcrs — contviiied. 

Glatzell & Rommell (wagon), 316 

Harford road, Baltimore 

*Graf. Faethe & Co. (light), 205 

North, 
Grauer George (wagon), 326 Bel Air 

av, 
*Grogan Joseph (wagon), 833 Ensor, " 

Gross F. G. (light and wagon), 568 

Orchard, " 

*Gross & Stoops (light and wagon), 

300 North Carrollton av, 
Hafele John (light and wagon), 2340 

Pennsylvania av, " 

Hannibal Frank R. (light and wagon), 

940 Linden av, 
Hartman J. G. & Co. (light and 

heavy), 404 Orchard, " 

*Haslup L. P. & Co. (light for the 

trade), 1420 and 1422 West Balti- 
more, and 119 South Howard, " 
Hauscer George F. (wagon), 1305 

Harford av, " 

Hausch George (wagon), 924 Green- 

mount av, " 

*Haviland W. C. & Co. (dealers). 122 

South, 
Hecker J. A. & Bro. (wagon). 1903 

East Monument, " 

Heesh Charles Jr. (light), 531 North 

Howard, " 

Heimiller William (light), 1005 East 

Madison, " 

Heinritz John C. (repairer), 617 

North Fremont, " 

Henry J. B. (wagon), 1204 York road, " 
Herdegen Peter (heavy cart), 118 

West West, 
Himmelheber Fred (wagon), 827 

North Central av, " 

Hittle M. (repairer), Washington av 

n B. &0. R. R., 
*HoddiDOtt E. C. & Bro. (light), 225 

North, 
*Hoffman Henry (wagon), 981 North 

Howard, " 

Holland Henry • (wagon and truck), 

713 and 715 South Caroline, 
Holland Richard (wagon), 505 South 

Eden, 
Horr August A. (repairer), 1431 East- 
ern av, " 
*Hunter John F. (light and heavy), 

507 North Howard, 

*HUTTON GEORGE H. & CO. 

(dealers) — (See p 242), Harford av 
c North Central av, " 

*Inglart Philip (wagon), 244 South 
Wolf, 

Jenkins J. E. R. (wagon), 425 North 
High, 

Kahler George (vpagon), 294 Har- 
ford av, " 

Kanehl John (repairer), 450 Phila- 
delphia road, " 

Kanne W. H. (wagon), 221 First av, 

(Canton), " 

Kapple Charles (light), Slingluff near 

Liberty road, " 

Kapraun C. (wagon), 837 Frederick av, " 



Kaprauu F. J. (wagon), Frederick 

avext., Baltimore 

Kinnier George Jr. (dealer), 2104 Bos- 
ton and 412 East Saratoga, " 
Kirschenhofer George (light and 

wagon), 1521 East Enger. " 

Klein John (wagon), 422 N 3d ext., " 
*Kohlhepp Valentine & Son (wagon), 

1435 North Central av. 
Kolb M. (waeon and cart), 1526 

Hampstead. " 

*Kunkel John & Son (wagon and 

coal cart), 37 East Lee, " 

*Kurtz George J. (light and wagon), 

417 North Paca, 
*Lally James E. (wagon and truck), 

415 West Franklin, 
Laspahn John H. C. (repairer), 940 

Columbia av, " 

Lehnert Ernest (express wagou), 221 

and 223 North, 

LEONHARDT WAGON MFG. 

CO. (wagon and coal cart) — (See 
p 55), 418 and 420 East Sara- 
toga, " 

Lewis Charles T. (light). 504 Fred- 
erick av. " 

Lucas R. J. (repairer), 424 East Lan- 

vale, " 

Ludwig Andrew (li.ght, wagon and 

truck), 1416 Eastern av, " 

Ludwig Theo. (wagon), 1212 Bank, 

Lynch Matthew (cart and wagon). 
North and Bath, 

Mack Thomas (wagon), 631 Portland, " 

Mt.nn J. G. (wagon), Harford av 

north of Herring run, " 

Mansfield <fc Campbell (light), Ox- 
ford av near Y^ork road, " 

Marr & Burgraf (wagon), Pearl n 

Saratoga. " 

Maryland Plow Co. (farm wagon), 
115 Hopkins pi. , 

Maxwell William (light and wagon), 

1001 Argyle av, " 

McCormick Lawrence (light and 
wagon), Lafayette av extension, 
Calverton district, " 

McCormick Moses J. & Bro. (light, 
heavy and sulky), 3 and 5 Mad- 
ison av c Boundary av, " 

McElroy Henry P. (light), 113 North 
High, 

Mehner Herman (wagon), 1009 North 

Calhoun, " 

*Meisner Henry (wagon), 1112 East 

Madison, " 

Merrymau John E. (light), 2231 

Penn av, " 

Meyd Francis Jr. & Bro. (wagon), 
136 West Henrietta, 

Meyd George (wagon), 812 West 

Montgomery, " 

Meyd John A. (wagon), 7 East Hill, " 

Minor & Leeson (light and wagon), 

911 West Saratoga, '* 

Mitchell Thomas H. (wagon), 712 

Second, " 

Moeller George & Son (light and wag- 
on), 2006 Pennsylvania av. " 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

*Necker Jos. A. & Bros, (wagon), 

1903 East Monument. Baltimore 

Neely & Ensor (light). 420 W Ger- 
man, 

Neumaii John (wagon), Harford av, 
c Hoffman, 

Neville W. H. & Co. (wagon), 541 
North Exetor, 

NewUirk Frnncis M. (wagon), 1121 
North Tliird. 

Nissler vfc Muhlenhauser (wagon), 
1608 Chew, 

Noll John (repairer). 808 S Ann. 

Nosek Peter & Co. (wagon), 1603 
Barnes. 

*Oelmann Frederick (light), 321 West 
German, 

Peters Ernest (wagon), 126 Patter- 
son Park av, 

Peters H< nry (wagon), 833 North 
Caroline, 

Pilert John J. (wagon), 203 Fred- 
erick av ext., 

Poetfer William & Son (wagon), 2124 
Eastern av, 

Pollicim Fnd. (wagon), 835 West 
Saratoga, 

Quinn & Haslup Clight and wagon), 
4 North Frederick, 

*Rau John C. (wagon), 242 Eastern 
av, 

Reinhard Leonard (wagon), 2035 
Frederick av, 

Rhein John A. & Sons (light), 329 
North Calvert, 

Richwein Louis (wagon), 2014 West 
Pratt, 

*Riddlemoser Joseph (light and 
heavy), 108 West Fayette, 

Rodgers J. M. (light and wagon), 
515 and 517 West German, 

Russell J. A. (wagon), 435 North 
High, 

*Schaeffer August (wagon and re- 
pairer), 613 East Fayette, 

Schaeffer Frank (wagon and cart), 
Prestman opp Carey, 

Scharf George R. (light and wagon), 
1628 Pennsylvania av, 

Schlutter Fred A. (wagon), 812 
South Bond, 

Schmidt A. (repairer), 624 North 
Castle, 

Schmidt Adam (wagon), 1239 North 
Gay, 

Schmidt Henry D. (dealer), 21 North 
Liberty, 

Schmidt P. D. & Co. (dealers), 101 
West Fayette, 

Schmitt A. & Son (wagon), O'Don- 
nell Clinton, 

Schneider Wm. P. (wagon), 2108 
Boston, 

Schroeder D. G. (wagon), 1113 Cen- 
tre Market, 

Schubert John H. (wagon), 19 Phila- 
delphia road, 

Sefton Charles A. (light and wagon). 
612 North Eden, 



Seidel E (repairer), 835 Frederick av 

ext., Baltimore 

Selig Alfred (wagon), Shell road n 
1st av, 

*Selig John (wagon), 239 North Clin- 
ton, 

Shimanek & Levy (wagon), c Chew 

and Chapel, " 

Shipley William (wagon), 1301 West 
Pratt, 

*Slack Charles & Son (wagon, truck 

and coal wagon), 1221 Cathedral, " ■ 

Smith C. & Son (wagon), 1607 
Gough, 

Spoerer Carl (cart and wagon), 400 

South Tremont av, " 

Steck C. A. (wagon), 316 North 

Broadway. " 

Stevens Wm. H. & Son (light), 322 
State. 

Stresweske A. (wagon), 332 Harford 
av, 

Ti.lbott T. B. & Co. (wagon), 4 N. 

Carrollton av, " 

Talbott & Gross (wagon), 635 Haw, 

*rhillman B. (light and wagon), 431 

and 433 Colvin, " 

*Thorne & Sloane (dealers). 321 and 
323 North Calvert, 

*Tiiner Wm. H. (wagon and light), 
23 West Biddle, 

Uhler L. B. (repairer), Reisterstown 

road n toll i/ate, " 

Uphoff August (wagon), 219 South 
Central. 

Uphoff Henry (wagon), 1136 Stiles, 

Veath John L. (wagon), Marshall av 

c Oslend, " 

*Voebel Charles (repairer), 2108 Bos- 
ton road, " 

Walter Harry (repairer), 4 and 6 

North Carrollton av, " 

Weaver Geo. H. & Co. (wagon and 

truck). 8 and 10 West Barre, " 

*Weber August (wagon), 1016 Han- 
over, " 

Weiderman Chas. (repairer), Wash- 
ington av ext., " 

Wei-s Henry (wagon). Eastern av r 
16th. 

Wenderoth Henry W. (wagon), Lom- 
bard c 7th, 

White J. L. (repairer), 1216 West 

Saratoga, " 

White Owen N. (wagon), 510 Clin- 
ton av, " 

White Thomas (wagon), 514 West " 
Pratt, 

Whitman E. Sons & Co. (farm 

wagon dealers), 27 East Pratt, " 

Wilson J. Richey (wagon), 1049 and 
1051 Hillen, 

Winter Frank (wagon), 835 West 

Pratt, " 

Wolfrum John (wagon and cart), 107 

East York, " 

Zopf Peter (wagon), Ridgely c Bay- 
ard, •' 

Miles C. W. (light and wagon), Barnesville 

Bankert Bros. (Hghl). Beggs 



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MARYLAND. 



Carrutjje and Wcgoii Makers — continued. 

*BULETT CARRIAGE CO. (light, 
wholesale for the trade) — (See p 

59), Bel Air 
Kennedy Jacob (repairer), 
Smith John (light), 

Ulle Edward M. (repairer), Beltsvillc 

Ely D. C. (repairer), liLtison 

Baker Robert (repairer), Biilin 
Gray Thomas A. (wagon), 

Murray S. (repairer), " 

Palmer John (repairer), " 
Taylor K. D. & Son (light). 

Belts Otho S. (wagon), Boousbuniugh 
Herr David S. (wagon). 
Cain Thomas (repairer and dealer), 

Boolhby Hill 

Norris J. N. (wagon), Boyds 

Harrison Win. T. (repairer), Boznian 
Wearit Thos. W. (repairer), 

*Geis John (repairer), Brooklyn 

Irvin Thomas (repairer), " 
Smith Henry (repairer). 

Marine John (repairer), Brook View 

*Whiteside John V\'. (trimmer), Brookvillc 
Jacobs Jonathan (repairer), Browuingsville 

Trotter P. (light), Bryantown 
Kreig William (repairer), Buckey's Town 

Harvey Tilghman (repairer), Burrsvilk- 

*BoozeM. L. & Co (dealers;, Cambridge 
Dawson George H. (dealer), 
Lang C. (repairer), 

Adams Remus H. (repairer), CatonvilJu 
Aramenheuser & Praetorious (wagon), " 

Graeber John F. (repairer), " 
*Kador F. X. (repairer), 
Pilert G. P. (repairer), 

Anderson Patrick (repairer and 

(dealer). Cecil loi. 

Tippett S. E. (repairer), Cedarvillc 

Cole Wm. H. (repairer). Ceulerviile 
Cook &Gemmill (dealers), 

*Courses Joseph V. (light), " 

Flowers (W. O. (repairer), " 

Ivens Harvey W. (repairer), '' 

Heverin J. M. (repairer), Charlehtuwn 

*Chapman & Lambert (wagon), Chestertown 
DeFord H. S. (dealer). 

Hicks S. (repairer), " 
Orrell W. C. (repairer), 
Neuman S. D. (buggy, wagon and 

cart), Chewsviile 

Harkins James H. (light). Churchvillo 

Anderson C. T. (repairer), Clarksbuii; 

Anderson David (repairer and 

dealer). Clear Spring 

Barnhart George (wagon), " 

Kerr James (wagon). " 
Worthington John V. (repairer), 

Tracey J. T. (light), Cockeysvillc 
Spilcker L. A. (light), Conococheauge 

Hayden C. F. (repairer), Cox's Station 

Nock John W. (repairer^, Cristield 

Miller W. J. (wagon), Crumpton 

*Bussurd D. W. (dealer), Cumberland 

Heck J. W. (repairer), " 

*Holzen Anton (dealer), " 

McCormick John A. (wagon), " 

Reid Frank (light and wagon), " 

Richards T. M. (repairer), " 



Cumbeiliind 

Dailiugton 

Davidson vile 

Earlville 

East New Market 

Easton 



Slrominger John (dealer), 

*Gorrell & Selfe (repairer), 

Howes McCeney (repairer), 

Duhamel Wm. (repairer), 

Stevens E. H, (light), 

Biery Wm. J. (wagon), 

Bray Wm. C. (repairer), 

*Mason Bros, (light and dealers), " 

Nicols T. C. (dealer), 

*Shannahan & Wrightsou Hardware 

Co (dealers), 
vSoulsby C. T. (repairer), '* 

Spence & Hull (light), " 

Thompson John H. (repairer), " 

Judefind W. K. & Co. (dealers), Edesville 

Bryan John (repairer), Elkridge 

Drennen Manly (dealer), Elkton 

.Meisel A. & Son (repairer), " 

Strickland P. C. (dealei), 
*Witworth Royer (dealer), " 

Ramer J. A. (repairer), Ellerton 

Burgess Samuel (repairer), EllicottCity 

Grafton Ray (repairer), " 

.Makinscm C. T.. 

Mellor Benj. Jr. (light and dealer), " 

Schotta Chas. (repairer), " 

Baker Nicholas (repairer), Emmitsburg 

Kerrigan M. K.& Co. (dialers). 
Smith Harry wagon), " 

Vlberger W. H. (repairer), Federalsburg 

Frampton Joseph T. (light and 

wagon). 
Browning & Miller (wagon), Flintstone 

Ely James E. (repairer). Forest Hill 

I *Graflou N. (light), 

! Arthur John, Fork 

*Bennett Louis H. & Son (repairers), Frederick 
Castle David A. (light), 
*Ebert B. & Sons (light), 
1 lagan Bros, (light and wagon), 
llane J. D. (light and wagon), " 

I *Hargelt P. L. & Co. (farm wagon 

I dealers), " 

*Maiu Lewis H. (light and wagon), " 
*Ramsburg Carriage Works, " 

Ramsburg J. H. (light), 

*Leitch Thomas (repairer). Friendship 

Wood John S. (repairer), " 

*Beall F. C. (dealer), Frostburg 

Fresh Bros, (dealer), 

Gavitt Conrad (repairer), " 

McCormack G. W. (repairer), " 

Moat O. J. (dealer), 

Ort Conrad (repairer), " 

Tomlinsou J. L. (repairer), " 

Zinkan C. (repairer), " 

Gary Michael (repairer), Fruitland 

I Dashiell John W. (dealer), 
Vincent W. T. (dealer), 

Lassahn F. (repairer), Fullerton 

Case John W. (dealer), Gaithersburg 

Hogan C. F. ((repairer), 

Flicks J. R. & Bro. (repairers). Galena 

Jones G. W. (repairer), Galestown 

Graner George, Gardenville 

*Herman J. M. (wagon), " 

*Vernon Carriage Co. light and wag- 
on), Gemmills 
Diverty'Wm., Girdle Tree 
Baseman Ernest (repairer), Glenwood 






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241 



Carriage and War/on Alakira — continued. 

*Powcrs Geo.W. & Soas (repairers) Glenwood 
*Kilroy M. J. & Co. (light), Govantown 

Bagg Andrew (dealer), Greensboro 

Greenly John (wagon), " 

Holms Geo. F. (repairer), " 

Plummer James (wagon), " 

Rickards James S. (light and dealer), " 
Rickards R. \V. (dealer). 
Thornton Wilson, (repairer), " 

Wooters William (wagon), " 

Sherman Marion (repairer), Greenwood 

Chrissinger Geo. II. L. (repairer), Hagerstown 
Cost John (dealer). 
Hess & Bro. (light), 

Sharer George (light and wagon), " 

Sharr J. H. (repairer), " 

Thrush it Slouch (wagon), " 

Ulum Thomas (repairer), " 

AVaterloo Wagon Co., J. H. Rich- 
ardson manager (dealers), " 
Wolf D. E (dealer), 
Zentmeyer A. T. (dealer), 
Corkan Nathan (light), 
Killen P. C. (repairer), 
Ridgely G. D. (wagon), 
Reimsneider Geo. (repairer), 
Giltz Adam (repairer), 
Southerd J. F. (repairer), 
Burns Bros, (repairers), 
McVeaj^ »& White (repairers), 
*Pusey C. C. & Co. (dealers), 
Riddle Wm. C. (light and wagon), Hebbville 
Disney C. T. (repairer). Highland 
Joj' J. E. & Co. (repairers), Hughesvillu 
Pansir Ernest (repairer), Jacksonville 
Green Wm. R. & Co. (light), Johnsville 
Grossnickle John (wagon), Keedysville 
*Shafer& Medders (repairers) Kennedy ville 
Harper W. L. (light and repairer), Kent Island 
Legg W C. & Bros, (repairers), " 
Quinn W. L. (light and repairer), " 
Padgett C. B. ct Bro. (repairers), LaPlata 
Hodinot W. il. vfc G. (repairers), Lauraville 
Mann John G. (repairer), " 
*Milstead Wm. Jr. (light). Laurel 
Dillow Joseph A. (wagon), Leonardtown 
Jarboe .J. W. (repairer), " 
Pope M. J. (repairer and dealer), " 
]McMaster Samuel (light and wagon), 

Libertytown 
Phillips William H. (repairer), Linkwood 

Vincent J. S. (dealer), " 

Kelly W. H. (repairer), Locust Grove 

Slade J. E. & Bro. (light), Long Green 

Masonheimer & Bergnien, Manchester 

Maurath Geo. L. (wagon), " 

Carroll & Jessop (light and wagon), Manor 



Middletown 



Hambleton 

Hampstead 

Hanovervilli 

Harman.'- 

Havre de Grace 



Watson Thos. F. (repairer). 

Pippin J. L. (repairer), 

Henrick G. W. (repairer), 

Staub J. N. (repairer), 

Gorman S. (repairer), 

Dutrow Daniel S. (wagon), 

Stokes Joshua (wagon), 

James Joseph H. (repairer), 

Osborn G. & Son (repairers), 

^Angel John W. (light and wagon), Middleburg 

Cook M. F. (light), Middletown 

Kahle S. W. (dealer). 



Marley 

Mary dell 

Maryland Line 

Martinsburg 

Massey 

Mechanicstown 

Melrose 
Michaelsville 



Millinglon 

Mill Green 

Mount Airy 



Koogle Tlios. W. (repairer). 

Long John W. (heavy wagon), 

ilyers J. L. (repairer and dealer). 

Short & Gross (repairers), 

Jackson J. E. (repairer), 

Treakle E. T. (light), 

Dorsey M. A. Mrs., 

Sank George T. (repairer). 

Shivers C. \V. (repairer), " 

*Hildebrand John T. (light), MyersviJle 

Adkins & Bro. (wagon). Newark 

*Stevens Theodore A. (light), New >Iarket 

Longct Sechrist (repairers). New Midway 

Wood & Gailney (dealers), New Windsor 

Anderson Andrew (light). North East 

*Davis J. M. & Son (dealers), Oakland 

Naylor A. D. (repairer). 

White G. D. (dealer), 

Wfc.ltz John E. ( vagon), Oak Orchard 

Dawson R. S. (wagon), Obligation 

Littleford L. C. (repairer), 

Buckman W. & J. (wagon), Owing's Mills 

*Grotf B. F. (dealer), 

Walter H. (repairer). Perry Hall 

Schaffer Geo. A. (repairer), Pho3nix 

Cranmer A. W. (repairer), Pocomoke City 

Dickinson M. H. (repairer), " 

Dryden J. W. (wagon), " 

ilayman W. W. (repairer), " 

James Edward (repairer), " 

*Langford & Gordy (repairers, also 

dealers), " 
Mills W. K. (repairer), 

Paradee W. S. (rer airer), " 
Walters Thomas B. (road cart dealer), " 

Spurrier John H. (repairer), Poolesville 

Mohrlein John F. (repairer). Port Deposit 
*Nickle W. W. (light), 
Nowland Thomas W. (dealer), 
Hailoway William A. (repairer), Powellsville 

Colonna Samuel (repairer). Princess Anne 
Dougherty G. A. (light), 

Muir it Hayman (light and wagon), " 

Whitney Alfred (wagon), " 

Whyte John (repairer), Principio 

Roseleib Wm. (repairer), Pumphrey 

Anthon}^ John (repairer), Queen Anne 
Freischman Henry & Son (wagon), 

Randallstown 

*Speilman Henry (wagon), " 

Goodwin F. P. (dealer), Reisterstown 

Marriott S. N. (light and wagon), " 

Stevenson G. H. (wagon), " 

Kochline W. A. (repairer), Ridgeley 

McDougal Wm. J. (repairer). Rising Sun 
*Pogue Joseph S. & Son (light), 

Moore Amos S. (light), Rock Springs 

Hidey Christopher (repairer), Rockdale 

Grady Hiram (wagon), Rockville 
*Haney S. B. (light), 

Beall W. F. (repairer), Rosaryville 

Martin L. S. (repairer), Roxbury Mill 

Kilman L. S. (light). Royal Oak 

Meeds R. H. (repairer), " 

Pasterfield P. T. (repairer), " 

^Hambleton John S. (wagon), St. Michael's 

Harrison Stephen, (wagon), " 

Lewis S. F. (repairer), " 

Brawhan & Davis (repairers), Salem 

Booth B. T. (repairer), Salisbury 



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242 



MARYLAND. 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 



Salisbury 



Severn 

Shane 
Sliarpsburg 



Coiiuer E. 
McKee W 
Parsons E 
Russell D. 



Duffy J. S. (dealer), 
Farlow Jesse H. (repairer), 
Perdue Dean W. (dealer), 
Disuey G. F. (wagon and truck), 
Phelps A. J. (repairer), 
Arthur & O'Keef (light). 
Bender Joseph (wagon). 
Suavely M. E. (dealer), " 

Jenkins Jesse (light), Sligo 

Burtage J. H. (repairer, also dealer). Snow Hill 
C. (repairer also dealer), " 
J. C. (repairer;, " 

(repairer), " 

P. (repairer), 
White A. (repairer), " 

Phair John H. (wagon), Spencerville 

Krusen C. B. (light and wagon). Still Pond 
*Hilgartner Henry M. (repairer), Sweet Air 
Wilson John H. (repairer), Sykesville 

Baker Lewis A. F. (repairer), Taneytown 

Bowersox Franklin E. (dealer), " 

Hildebrand John (ligbt and heavy), " 

StandifonI William C. (repairer), Taylor's 

Franklin Henry D. (repairer), Taylorsville 
Ekas F A. (repairer), Towson 

*Ries Geo. & Son (light), 
MuUiken L. Hill (repairer), Trappe 

Cooper A. S. (repairer), Trenton 

Gilbert W. Clay (light and wagon), 

Union Bridge 
Green Bros, (light and wagon), 
Morningstar J. K. (repairer), " 

Russell Thomas W. (repairer), " 

Weybrist & Snader (dealers), " 

*Wood & Repp (dealers), 
Caihell G. W. (repairer), 
Hughes John S. (repairer). 
Hitch A. J. (light). 
McCreody Geo. W. (repairer), 
Gesey John A. (light), 
*Gilbert Charles W. (light), 
Jannson B. I. (dealer). 
Karns William (wagon), 
Wachter E. A. (dealer), 
Heudricks Wm. (dealer), 
Jamison J. A. (light), " 

Register J. A. (repairer), " 

Bamberger Bros, (repairers), Waverly 

*Dietrick & Bro. (repairers), " 

Henry J. B. & Son (repairers), " 



Unity 
Uperco 
Vienne 

Walkersville 



Warwick 



.Mansfield & Campbell (repairers), Waverly 
Eckenrode John E. (light, and wagon), 

Westminster 
*Herr Bros, (light and wagon), " 

Rorp Scott (wagon dealer), " 

Shipley Edward (light, heavy and 

wagon), " 

Shreeves Je.sse F. (wagon), " 

Stitely J. Q. & Son (dealers), 
I Kinsey Seth L. (light), Whiteford 

Newell S. (wagon, also dealer), Williston 

Adams Jacob (repairer), Woodsborough 

*Gilbert E. M. (light), 

Hurlew D. W. (repairer), Woolford 

Durney A. J. (light and wagon, also 

dealer). Wye Mills 

Hall George A. (repairer), Zion 

Curviaffe and Wagon Dealers. 

{See Carnage and Wagon Makers.) 

Body Mfrs. 

*Haslup L. P. & Co. 1420 and 1422 
West Baltimore and 119 South 
Howard, Baltimore 

i Boiler Insurance, 

*HARTFORD STEAM BOILER 
INSPECTION AND INSUR- 
ANCE CO.— (See p 54), office 
22 South Holliday, Baltimore 

Coal Cart 3Ifrs. 

*LEONHARDT WAGON MFG. 

CO.— (See p 59), 416 to 420 East 
Saratoga, Baltimore 

Ctirled Hair Mfrs. 

*Brunnier A. F. &Co.,84, 86 and 

88 Garrison Lane, Baltimore 

*Wal pert Fred & Co., 106 North 
Gay, 

*Wilkens Wm. & Co., 310 West 
Pratt, 



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Catihion llfrs, 

(See Top and Cushion Mfrs.) 

Gear 3Ifrs. 

*HaslupL. P. & Co., 1240 West Balti- 
more and 119 South Howard, Baltimore 

Glue Mfrs. 

*Bullock John & Sou, 71 Smith's 

Wharf, Baltimore 

Hardware Mfrs. 

*HUTTON GEORGE H. & CO. 

(jump seat irons and lazy hacks), 
(See opp page), Harford av c 
North Central av, Baltimore 

Hardware and Supply 
Dealers. 

*BanningR. F. & R. A , 123 Light, Baltimore 

Bonnell J. L., 420 Ensor, 

*Buck G. W. & Co., 414 and 416 

East Pratt, 
*Gorsuch R. H. & Co., c Gay and 

Front, 
*G.eer John J. & Co., 207 West 

Pratt, 
*Jenkins Edward & Sons, 21 Hano- 
ver, 
KleppishC. T., 632 North Fremont 

av, 
*Lane Martin & Co., 
*MacKenzie C. T. & C. B. 310 West 

Baltimore, " 

*Noiris R. W. & Sons, 109 East Ger- 
man, " 
*Payne E. Scott »& Bro., 366 North 

Gay, 
*P0rter R. B. & Son, 33 and 35 

South Charles, 
*STINSON JOHN (axles, springs, 

bolts, etc.— (See p 59), 328 and 

330 North Holliday, 
*Vey Bros., 24 South Calvert, 
* Wilcox Henry & Bro., 342 North 

Gay, 
*Winternitz Chas. & Son, Pratt n 

Howard, " 

*Winternitz S. G. & Bro., 224 South 

Howard, " 

*Ball P. F., Bel Air 

*Fedderaan it Earle, ("enlerville 

*Aldridge John K., Che.stert()wn 

Johnson Bros. , Cumberland 

*Ebert B. & Sons, Frederick 

*Dormau & Smith, Salisbury 

*GunbyL. W., 

*Wood & Repp, Union Bridge 

*Babylon & Gilbert, Westminster 

Schaeflfer M. & Co., " 

Hub and Spoke Mfrs, 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) j 

Stinson E. & Co, (spokes), 331 to [ 

335 North, Baltimore 

*STINSON JOHN (hubs) -(See p 
69), 328 and 330 North Holliday, 



*Storck A. & Sons (hubs), 557 and 

559 East JMonument, Baltimore 

Buruile W. S. (spuke), Cherry Hill 

Philadelphia Coach Material Co. 

limited, (spokes), Greensboro 

Hagerstown Spoke and Bending Co. , 

HagerstowQ 

*HollingswortIa J. C. Wheel Co. 

The, Wheel 

\Jump Seat Iron Mfrs. * 

{See also Ilardicure Mfrs.) 

*HUTTON GEORGE H. & CO.- 

(See opp |)age), Harford av c 

North Central av, Baltimore 

\Lazij Back 3Ifrs. 

{See also Hardware Mfrs.) 

*HUTTON GEORGE H. & CO.- 

(See opp page), Harford av c 

North Central av, Baltimore 

3Iaehinery and Tool Mfrs. 

*SINGER MFG. CO. THE (sewing 
machines) — (Seep 4), 11 North 
Charles, Baltimore 

Him Mfrs. 

{See Woodwoj'k Mfrs.) 

Seat Mfrs. 

{See also Woodicork Mfrs). 

HUTTON GEORGE H. & CO. 

— (See opp page), Harford av c 
North Central a v. Baltimore 

Huffer A. C. & Co. (jump seats), 

Boonsborough 

Shaft Coupling 3f/rs, 

*HUTTON GEORGE H. & CO. 

— (See opp page), Harford av c 

North Central av, Baltimore 

Sleif/h Dealers. 

{See Sleigh Mfrs.) 



Ashland 
Berlin 
Cambridge 



Sleigh Mfrs. 

Kelly Edward, 

Grey Thomas A., 

*Booze M. L. & Co. (dealers), 

Coursey Joseph V. (dealer), Centerville 

Orrell W. C, Chestertowa 

*Chapman & Lambert (dealers), " 

Worthingtou .1. V., Clear Spring 

Anderson & Ebersole (dealers), " 

Nichols F. C. dealer), Easton 

*Shannahan & Wrightson Hardware 

Co. (dealers), " 

Baker Nicholas, Emmetsburg 

Kerrigan M. K. & Co., 
Smith Harry, " 

Hane J. D. (light), Frederick 

«Ramsburg J. H. & Co., 
*Beall F. C. (dealer), Frostburg 



RBCE, LEE & ADKINS CO., 

Carriage Catalogue Printers. 



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Sleigh Mfrs. — continved. 

Speneer J. N. (dealer), 
McMaster Samuel, 
Maseuheimer & Bergmen 



Maurath Geo. L. (dealer), 

Naylor & Enos, 

*NickIe W. W., 

Kilman L. S., 

Bender Joseph, 

Conner EC. (dealer), 

Harrison Stephen. 

Bowersox Frank (dealer), 

Gilbert W. Clay, 

*Herr Bros., 

Eckenrode John E., 

Stiteley J. G. & Son (dealers), 



Havre de Grace 
Liberty Town 
(dealers), 

Manchester 

Oakland 

Port Deposit 

Royal Oak 

Sharpsbur>j 

Snow Hill 

St. Michaels 

Taney tow 11 

Union Bridge 

Westminster 



Spokes. 

{See Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

Tacks f Lininq Nails, Etc. 
Mfrs. 

*AMERICAN TACK CO.-(See 

adv. Mass. dept.). So. Charles, Baltimore 

*FIELD A. & SONS-(See adv. 

Mass. dept.), 14 West German, " 

Top aiid Cushion Mfrs. 

*Larrimore Buggy Top Co., 104 

East Pratt, Baltimore 

*LEONHARDT WAGON MFG. 

CO.— (See p 59), 418 and 420 
South Saratoga, " 

Trifnmers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Varnish Mfrs, 

Berry Bros., 22 East Lombard, Baltimore 



Wagon Makers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

\ Waff on Top Mfrs, 

*LEONHARbT WAGON MFG. 
CO.— (See p 59), 418 and 420 
South Saratoga, Baltimore 

Wheel 3Ifrs, 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs. and Hub and Spoke 
Mfrs.) 

*Stinson E. & Co., 331 and 335 North, 

Baltimore 
*Hollingsworth J. C. Wheel Co. The, Wheel 

Woodwork Mfrs. 

{See also Hub and Spoke Mfrs. and Wheel 
Mfrs.) 

*Haslup L. P. & Co. (bodies and gears), 

1420 West Baltimore and 119 

South Howard, Baltimore 

Russell George A. (bodies), Hillen 

opp W. N. depot, " 

*Stinson E. & Co. (wheels and wheel 

stock). 331 to 335 North, 
*STINSON JOHN (hubs)-(See p 

59), 328 and 330 North Holliday, 
*Storck A. & Sons (hubs), 557 and 

559 East Monument, " 

Burnite W. S. (spokes). Cherry Hill 

Strayborn Edward, Fair Hill 

Philadelphia Coach Material Co., 

limited (spr.kes and felloes), Greensboro 
*Hagerstown Spoke and Bending Co. 

(spokes and rims), Hagerstown 

*Lutz A. (rims), 

*Casho Wm. H. (rims), Henderson 

Atkins & Bro. (wheel material), Newark 

*Hollingsworth J. C. Wheel Co. The 

(wheels). Wheel 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

Commercial Paper. — Must be protested upon the last day of grace in order to hold in- 
dorsers. Demand notes must be protested at the expiration of sixty days for same purpose. 
Suit may be brought by the holder of such paper. Grace is allowed on sight drafts. When 
the third day of grace falls on an appointed day of fasting or Thanksgiving, or on February 
22d, July 4th, or December 25th, paper payable on such days becomes due the secular day 
preceding; and when February 22d, July 4th, or December 25th comes on Sunday or Monday, 
paper payable on such days becomes payable the preceding Saturday. 

Interest. — Legal rate is six per cent., but any rate may be contracted for. There are 
no usury laws. 



Carriage and Wagon Makers. 

Barnes C. F. (dealer), Abiugton 

*PierceWm. (light). 

Pierce W. N. (light), 

Bowen, Cheesbro & Co. (wagon), Adams 

Ruel & Coombs (wagon), " 

Butterworth D. N. (dealer), Agawam 



Aldrich C. B. (trimmer). 85 Elm, Amesbury 
*Amesbury Carriage Co. (light and 

heavy, wholesale mfrs.). Chestnut, " 
*Bailey S. R & Co. (light, wholesale 

mfrs.). Chestnut, " 

*Biddle & Smart Co. The (light and 

heavy, wholesale mfrs.). Water 

nR. R., 



QUALITY, STYLE AND FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 

Binghamton Wagon Co.^ Bi nghamton , H. Y« jj^ 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 
Boardman F. C. (light and mediuin, 

wholesale mfrs.), 91 Market, Amesbury 
*Briggs Carriage Co. (light, heavy, 

aud street car, wholesale mfrs.), 

Cedar, 
Campbell Gildfonl ("repairer), 76 Elm, 
*CHASE HERBERT F. (light and 

wagon, wholesale mfr.) — (See 

below), 22 Carriage av, 
*Clark John H. & Co. (light and 

heavy), 3 Carriage av, 
Clarkson J. T. (light and cart), n 

depot, 
Cloutier Peter (repairer). Friend, 
Crowther& Combes (repairers). -42 Elm, 
*Currier, Cameron &, Co. (light and 

heavy in the white and iron, 

wholesale mfrs.), 85 Elm, 
*Currier Carriage Co. (light, whole- 
sale mfrs.), 11 Carriage av, 
Dennett 'M. ]\I. (light, wliolcsale 

mfr.), n depot, 
*Dennett & Clark (light, wholesale 

mfrs.). 87 Elm, 



(repairer), 4 

Amesbury 
f,on), 16 Car- 



Douglass Edward O. 

iVlechanic How, 
Dow GrandvilleS. (wa 

*DRUMm6nD ROBERT & SON 

(lifiht and heavy, wholesale 

mfrs.) — (See below), 12 Carriage 

av, 
Eaton W. S. (light and wagon, whole- 
sale mfr.), off Mill, 
*Ellis Car Co. The (street cars), Oak, 
*Ellis W. G. & Sons (light and 

heavy, wholesale mfis.), 99 

Friend, 
Ellison G. W. & Co. 

wagon), 45 Cedar, 
*Esten J. F. (light and 

Collins, 
-Feltch E. S. & Co. (light, 

sale mfrs.), Market, 
Flanders Chas. A. P. (repairer), 

Pond, 
*Folger N. H. (light and heavy, 

wholesale mfr.), opp Chestnut 

n R. R. 



(light and 
heavy), 11 
whole- 




The HERBERT F. CHASE 

Drop Axle Side Spring 

BUGGY 

Contains the best points of all other styles. 

Hung as low and rides easier than any end 

spring ; has the full length side bar of the 

I?rewster gear and Is much Stronger 

and more Durable than either. 

We also build 

All other Styles of LIGHT AND 

MEDIUM WORK. 

A Specialty of Democrat Wagrons. 

We guarantee to build the best wagon that 
Is produced In Amesbury. Every one Is fully 
■warranted. 

Send for cut of style and price-list. 

HERBERT F. CHASE, 

AMESBURY, MASS. 



R. DRUMMOND. 



R. DRUMMOND, Jr. 



ROBERT DRUMMOND & SON, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



CARRIAGES s SLEIGHS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 
12 Carriage Ave., Amesbury, IMass. 



crfe- 



MANUFACTURERS OP ALL KINDS 

CARRIAGZ: I^SATHER. 



PHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO.'S WOOD FILLERS 

V- FOR "NATURAL." AND "ANTIQUE" FINISH. 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 
*Folger & Drummond (light and 
heavy, wholesale mfrs.), near 
depot, Amesbui'}' 

Gale Lloyd G. (repairer), 42 Elm, 
Granigan Thomas (light), 42 Elm, " 

*Hagan & Connor (light, wholesale 

mfrs.), 6 Railroad av, " 

*Hassett & Hodge (light and heavy, 

wholesale mfrs.), 51 Elm, " 

.Hollander L. (light and heavy, 

wholesale mfr.), 1 Carriage av, " 

*Hume Carriage Co. (light, whole- 
sale mfr), 8 Carriage av, " 
Hunt George J. (trimmer), 42 Elm, " 
*Lane John A. (light), 136 Elm, 
*Lane Joseph N. (light and wagon), 

178 Elm. 
*Lane T. W. (light and medium), 

Chestnut, 
*Lewis B. F. (light and medium, 

wholesale mfrs.), Clark near 

Elm. 
*Locke & Jewell (light and wagon, 

wholesale mfrs.), 6 Mechanic 

Row, 
,*Long C. W. & Co. (light, wholesale 

mfrs), near depot, " 

MANAGHANM (dealer)-(See p 

62), 70 Powow, 
_*Marden G. W. & Co. (light, whole- 
sale mfrs.), 1 Carriage av, '* 
McLean John (light), 4 Mechanics 

Row, 
MILLER BROS, (ironed in the 

white, wholesale mfrs.) — (See p 

63). Market c Hills, 
*Morrill Osgood (light, wholesale 

mfr.), Morrill, " 

*Neal & Bolser (light and carts, 

wholesale mfrs.). 258 Main, " 

*Osgood G W. (light and heavy, 

wholesale mfr.), 27 Powow, " 

Osgood L. S. (repairer), 43 Elm. " 

*Palmer Charles H. Jr. (heavy, whole- 
sale mfr.), 28 Carriage av, " 
*Parry A. N. & Co. (light and heavy, 

wholesale mfrs.), rear railroad, " 

*Parry F. D. Co. (light), 108 Friend, 
*Rand W. H. (light), Whitehall road, 
*Rowell Charles & Son (light and 

heavy, wholesale mfrs.), Friend, " 
fRowell Samuel & Son (light and 

wagon, wholesale mfrs.), near 

depot, " 

*Shiels John H. & Co. (light and 

heavy, wholesale mfrs.), Clark c 

Elm, 
Walsh A. L. Mfg. Co. (light), 
Davis W. L. (dealer), Amherst 

*Dickenson E. P. (repairer), " 

*Osgond C. H. (dealer), 
Russell Fred. C. (repairer), " 

Anderson & Bowman (repairers), 

Andover 
Mooar J. Warren (repairer), " 

O'Connell John (wagon). " 

*Poor William (heavy wagon), " 

Glark W. L. & Son (repairers), Arlington 

Gott Cliarlis (rppniiei). 



Menchin Wm. O. (repairer), Arlington 
Richardson William H. (express 

wagon), Ashburnham 
White W. Frederick (dealer), 

Porter W. L. (dealer), Ashfield 

Mitten G. J. (repairer), Ashland 
Piper H. H. Jr. (wagon), 

Target R A. (repairer), " 

Sackett W. F. (wagon), Ashley Falls 

Bosworth Henry C. (repairer), Athol 

Chase W. H. (wagon), " 
*Fay L. B. (dealer), 

Sawin L. C. (light and wagon, also 

dealer). " 
White J. W. (repairer), 

Cheney L. H. (repairer), Athol Center 

Briggs Darius (wagon), Attleboro 

Cutting Thomas N. (repairer), " 

Klebes Jacob (repairer), " 

Nelson John R. (light), " 

O'Conner William (repairer), " 
Pike E. C. (dealer), 

Snell George H. (repairer), " 
Tappau E. H. & Son (dealers), Attleboro Falls 

McVicar P. A. (light and dealer), Auburndale 

*Cf.llins B. (wagon). Avon 

*Whitney Fred (dealer), Ayer 

Bishop Frank (repairer), Baldwinville 
Perley J. M. (dealer). 

O'Donnell Hugh (dealer), Ballard Yale 

Blakely Thomas P. (repairer), Barre 
Stone Albert R. (repairer), 

Hartwell 1. N. (wagon), Bedford 
Hughes William B" (wagon). 

Staples H. H. (wagon), " 

Grant William (lumber wagon), Bellingham 
Thompson WMlIiam (repairer), 

White C. E. (dealer). " 

Easter R. S. & Sons (wagon)» Belmont 

Price Eden (repairer). " 

Boyce Charles E. (dealer), Berlin 

*Jones John A. (repairer), " 

Sanderson Herbert (dealer), Bernardston 
Strattou W. A. (dealer), 

Crowell Wm. B. Jr. (repairer), Beverly 

Friend Joseph E (trimmer), " 

Friend Seth (repairer), " 

Guinivin James (repairer), " 

*Haskell Frederick P. (repairer), " 

Jennings Michael B. (light), " 

Lux ton W. R. & Co. (repairers), " 

Marshall Simeon (repairer), " 
Mooie Hiram W. (wagon, also dealer)> " 
Sawyer E. C. (light). 

Sawyer & Keddie (trimmers), " 

Wallace Samuel D. (repairer), " 

Wood berry Jesse F. (repairer), " 

Young & Purinton (repairers), " 
Allen JSTathanitl P. (repairer), Beverly Farms 

Lehay William (repairer). " 

Wright Jackson (repairer), Billerica 

Bennett E. W. (dealer), Blandford 

Dow W. H. (repairer). Bolton 

Houghton T. J. (repairer), " 
Girourd A (repairer), Bond's Village 

Hanifin J. F. (repairer), " 
*Abbott-Downing Co. (coaches, wag- 
ons, etc.), 52 Oliver, (p 446,507) Boston 
Adams .1. E. S. (repairer), 14 Hunne- 

!ii;in. " 



New and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



MSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY.^ 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 



247 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Allen Joseph S. (repairer), r 555 

]\Iaiu. (Charlestown), Boston 

*AMERICAN WHEEL CO. (deal- 
ers)— (See front CiA'd p 111), 319 
A (South Boston), 

*Ames Plow Co. (farm wagon and 
cart), Quincy Hall, South Market, 

Baker William (repairer), 63 Hamp- 
den. (Roxbury), " 

Baker William (trimmer), 173 Bor- 
der, (East Boston), 

Baldwin A. M. (repairer). Division c 
Foundry, 

"Bates A. M. & Sons (dealers), 25 and 
27 Haverhill. 

Bostwick A. A. (trimmer), 177 Green 

(J. P.). 

Bird George H. (wagon), River n 
Blue Hill av, (Maltapan), 

Bissett J. F. (lepairer), 179 Sumner, 

(East Boston). " 

Bogue James E. (wagon). East Ches- 
ter Park c Swett, 

Bowditch G. M. (wagon), 10 Cham- 
bers (Charlestown). " 

Bradley & Co. (light and road cart), 98 
Sudbury, 

Bragg W. H. & Co. (wagon), 818 

Shawmut av, (Roxbury), " 

Brennan J. (repairer), 320 Washing- 
ton, (Brighton). 

Brennan & bennis (wagon), 314 

Dorchester av, (South Boston), " 

Broker Geo. W. (repairer), 18 Hamp- 
shire, " 

*Bryant John (repairer), 15 Austin, 
(Charleston). 

*Burnside Alexander (repairer), 255 

Roxbury, (Roxbury), " 

Butler T. P. (repairer), Hampshire c 

Vernon, " 

Callahan M. & Co. (repairers), 126 

Charlestown, " 

*Cameron W. C. (light and wagon), 
767 Center (J. P.), 

Campbell George (repairer), 198 Al- 
bany, 

Campbell J. & R. (repairer), 118 

Northampton, " 

Carleton H (trimmer), 43 Euslice, 
(Roxbury), 



Cashion & Kenney (repairers), 235 
Pynchon, 

Chadwick W. H. (wagon), Swett c 
Albany, 

Chamberlin Stephen (repairer), 144 
Beach, 

Coleman M. & Son (dealers), 121 to 
125 Portland, 

Conway Michael (repairer), 306 
Washington (Brighton), 

Corcoran Michael (repairer), 154 
Boylston av. (J. P.), 

Corrigan Patrick (repairer), 235 Pyn- 
chon, 

Craide T. E. (repairer), 169 F, 
(South Boston), 

Crocker Joseph S. (repairer), 83 
Hampden, (Roxbury), 

Daly Thomas (repairer), 3399 Wash- 
ington, (J. P.), 

Dalton J. W. (repairer), 1240 Dor- 
chester av, 

*Danielson Gustof (coaches), 245 
Charles, 

Dares R. (repairer), Main c Mystic, 
(Charlestown), 

Davis A. (road cart dealer), 80 
Northampton, 

Derry H. A. (dealer), 356 Meridian, 
(East Boston). 

Dickson T. P. (repairer), rear 553 
Main, (Charlestown). 

Dinevan Cornelius (repairer), 527 
Medford, (Charlestown), 

Dodge J. H. (wagon), 291 Ruther- 
ford av, (Charlestown), 

Donovan Thomas (repairer), C c 
West First, (South Boston), 

*Dorchester Carriage Co. (wagon), 
Bowdoin n Geneva av, (Dor- 
chester), 

Dowd Bros, (repairers), 55 Palmer. 

Downey H. M. (trimmer), 718 
Centre (J. P.). 

Doyle L. (light and heavy), 190 
Charles, 

Duclos Zem & Co. (wagon), 3 Tabor, 
(Rox.), 

Durick & Campbell (repairers), 41 
Way, 

*Dwyer M. & Co. (wagon), 358 Dor- 
chester av, (South Boston). 



E:S'rABL.l>HED 1832. 



Boston 



BABCOCK'S 

STANDARD 

VARNISHES 



ItlANUFACTURED BV 



JOHN BABCOCK & CO., 

lO^ TXT-ater Street. "BCSrrO"Nr. nvT^^SS. 



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PRINTED BY THE 
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MASSACHUSETTS. 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

*Emery James (repairer), r 17 Aus- 
(Cbarlestown), 



tin, 
.*EmondJ. P. & W. IT. (light and 

heavy), 2111 to 2115 Washing- 
ton, (Roxbury), 
Foster F. A. (wagon), 3 City square, 

Oharlestown), 
Fowler S. A. (trimmer), 635 East 

4th, (South Boston), 
.*French Ferd F. & Co., limited 

(light and heavy, also dealers), 

14 to 24 Sudbury, 
*Galli8haw J. G. (wagon), 264 

Friend, 
Gilchrist William & Sou, (wagon), 

136 Border, (East Boston), 
Green Samuel E. (trimmer), Swett c 

Albany, 
Gurney J. Theo. (cabs and wagons), 

30 and 34 East Concord, 
-Hall Carriage Co. (light and heavy), 

21 Hawkins, 
Hammond Moses (repairer), 75 West 

Fifth. (South Boston), 
*Harris H. S. & Co. (dealers), 195 

Friend, 
Harris Joseph (repairer), 10 Hunne- 

man, (Rox.), 
Harrison Robert (repairer), 329 West 

Second, (South Boston), 
Hayes Patrick, (repairer). Vale c 

Burnham, (South Boston), 
Healy P. & Co. (repairers), ',288 

Bennington, (East Boston), 
Heath T. V. (wagon), 27 Joiner, 

(Charles town), 
Heflferan M. W. & Co. (repairers), 

477 Harrison av, 
Henderson P. H. (wagon and dealer), 

126 South (J. P.), 
Hewitt John (repairer), 18 Hampshire, 
Hill J. F. & Son (wagon and repairers), 

264 Dover, 
"•Isburgh & Co. (dealers), 10 East and 

205 Essex, 
Jennings Wm. (repairer), 183 Green, 

(J. P.). 
Jewell G.M.(repairer),57 Palmer, (Rox), 
*Judkins A. C. & Co. (repairers), 

149 Beach. 
Judkins & Flanigan (heavy wagon), 

175 Rutherford av, (Charlestown), 
Kay H. E. (repairer), 304 Washing- 
ton, (Brighton), 
Keith Patrick (repairer), 196 Ruther- 
ford av (Charlestown), 
-.*Killam Henry Co. The (coaches), 21 

Hawkins, 
Kimball A. P. (wagon), 11 Bur- 
roughs, (J. P.), 



Boston 



Kimball Bros, (light and heavy, also 
dealers), 110 to 114 Sudbury, 

Knowles Reuben C. (light and deal- 
er), 173 Friend and 84 Canal, 

Lally George W. (repairer). West 1st 
c C, (South Boston), 

*Lal]y P. & Co. (heavy wagon and 
caravan), 22 to 25 West 1st, 
(South Boston), 

Lamont A. A. (wagon). 111 Merri- 
mac, 

Leavitt J. W. (trimmer), rear 555 
Main. (Charlestown), 

Littlefield A. W. (wagon), rear 408 
Main, (Charlestown), 

Loney D. C. (repairer), 120 B, (South 
Boston), 

*Lownsbro George (repairer), 171 
Border, (East Boston), 

Maertins G. M. (repairer), 611 Par- 
ker, 

*McBarrou & Lucas (repairers), 67 
East Dedham, 

McCarthy John (repairer), 155 Liver- 
pool, (East Boston), 

McCarthy Philip (repairer), 604 Har- 
rison av, 

McCrillis A. (repairer), 123 Sumner, 
(E. B.), 

McCurdy Daniel (repairer), rear 285 
Adams, (Dorchester), 

McNeill John (repairer), 255 Rox- 
bury, (Roxbury), 

Meade William (wagon), 436 Harri- 
son av, 

Mearea Michael (repairer), rear 309 
Washington, (Brighton), 

*Merrifield H. F. (repairer), Western 
av, (Norlh Brighton), 

*Miley Thomas (repairer), 517 East 
2d, (South Boston), 

Morrill D. K. (repairer), 463 West- 
ern av, (Brighton), 

Moses Wagon Co. (wagon and deal- 
ers), 28 E-ist, 

Munroe William (dealer). Baker's 
court, (L. M.), 

Nagle David (repairer), 196 Ruther- 
ford av, (Charlestown), 

*NASH HIRAM (wagon) -(See p 
60), East Chester Park c 
Swett, 

New England Carriage Woi'ks, 
(wagon;, Farnsworth near Con- 
gress, 

Newman A. W. (repairer), 44Eustis, 
(Roxbury), 

*Nicho]s D. P. & Co. (cab, hansom, 
etc.), 116 West Brookline, 

O'Connor James (repairer), 6i Or- 
leans, (East Boston), 



Boston 



34 BROAD STREKT, BOSTON, MASS., 

Log and Lumber Trucks, Farm, Express and DeHvery Wagons, Pleasure Carriages 

for Citj Use, for tlie IJoad and for the Park. 

Carriages with Improved Springs for Trotting Horses a Specialty. 



D INGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

^ ^ BINGHAMTON,N.Y.,U.S.A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAGONS. 

New Style this Year. 



WRITE FOR CUTS 

OF Ol'U LEADERS 

FOR 1891. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



249 



Carrvige and Wayon Makers — continued. 

O'Connor Stephen (repairer), 15 

Burke, Boston 

Orrall Albert T. (repairer), Wash- 
ington near Ashland, (W. R.), 

*Ostburg John A. &, Son (repairers), 
26 Warren, (Roxbury), 

Parsons J. 6. (trimmer), 308 Wash- 
ington, (Brifrhton), 

Pierce Benjamin (repairer), Brigh- 
ton av near Allston, (Allston), 

Pierce John D. (wagon), 445 Nepon- 
set &v 

*Pillsbury' Bros, (light), 90 West 
Brookline, 

*PRATT D. G. (dealer)— (See opp 
page), 34 Broad, 
,^ Pray Joseph F. (light and heavy, 
also dealer), Byron c Brimmer, 

*Quinsler & Co. (light and heavy), 
28 Cambria, 

Ray John A. (repairer) 408 Main, 
(Charlestown), 

Raymond J. G. (repairer) 96 Travers, 

Rayner Daniel (repairer) 80 Hamp- 
den (Rox.), 

Riddle Bros, (wagon), 1 to 9 Nor- 
folk av, (Rox.), 

Rink John J. (wagon), 67 Beverly, 

Robinson B. F. (wagon), 471 Ruth- 
erford av, (Charlestown), 

Robinson Thomas W. (trimmer), 
667 Centre, (J. P.), 

Rowell H. T. (repairer). 89 Travers, 

*Rowell & O'Brien (repairers), 283 

Rutherford av, ('Charlestown), 
,*Russ C. & Co. (heavy), 263 North- 
ampton, 

*Sargent Francis & Co. (dealers), 73 
Sudbury. 

*Sargent & Ham (light and heav}'), 
-^ 26 to 30 Bowker, 

*Scott Arthur J. (light), Arlington, 
(Brighton), 
^*Scott John A. & Son (light and 
heavy), 25 to 29 Warren. 

Simpson David S. (repairer), 144 
Beach, 

Smith Charles A. (heavy wagon), 
308 Commercial, 

Smith John & Son (wagon), 323 
Dorchester av, (South Boston), 

*Smiih J. T. & Co. (light and heavy, 
also dealers). 2170 to 2178 Wash- 
ington, (Roxbury). 

Smith & Goiinsky (repairers), 78 
Beverly, 

Stevens H. G. & H. W. Co. 
(light, and heavy), 120 Sudbury, 

Stevens William H. (trimmer), 14 
Hunneman, 

*Stewart S. A. & Co. (light and 
heavv. also dealers), 13 Green, 

Stewart W. W. (wagon) 317 West 
Second. (South Boston), 
^*Slone W. P. & Co. (heavy wagon 
and caravan), 179 West First, 
(South Boston). 

Storey J. H (wagon). 465 Dorchester 
av, (South i^os'on). 



Strangman T. & Co. (repairers), 

Adams' Melton Lower Mills, Boston 

*Sullivan Daniel J. (repairer), 382 
Harrison av, 

Sweeney Thomas (trimmer), Swett 
near Albanj', 

Teeling, Mullen & Co. (heavy wag- 
on), 475 Rutherford (Charlestown), 

Thanisch A. (repairer), 183 Green, 

(J. P.), 

*Thomas Chauncey &Co. (light and 
heav}'), 101 and 103 Chestnut, 

Travers James (repairer), 1758 Tre- 
mout, 

•■TurnbuU Thomas E. (wagon), 10 
Green, (J. P.), 

*Tyner Richard & Co. (dealers), 69 
and 73 Sudbury, 

Vincent A. (repairer), 159 Dorches- 
ter av, (South Boston), 

Wade & Coffee (wagon), 90 Boston 
(South Boston), 

*Walker C. T. (dealer), 166 and 168 
Portland 

Warkus Chas. F. (repairer), 644 East 
4th, (South Boston), 

Warnke E. (trimmer), 59 Palmer, 
(Roxbury), 

Weeks Rueben (repairer), Washing- 
ton n Ashland, (West Roxbury), 

White Charles (repairer), 316 Wash- 
ington, (Brighton), 

Wilby Thomas (repairer), 157 West 
1st (South Boston), 

Wishart Bros. & Light (repairers) 185 
A. (South Boston), 

Perley Bros (repairers), Boxford 

Peabod}- William H. (repairer). Bradford 

Harlow Soulhworth (repairer), Bridgewater 

* Waterman E. H. (wagon), 

Aguew & Kilbrith (repairers), 76 



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BlackeyBros. (wagon), 18 Perkins av, 
Briggs & Stetson (dealers), 16 High, 
Butler & Dawson (light), 31 Law- 
rence, 
Carver Wm. O. (wagon), 17 High, 
Crocker Allen (wagon). 19 High, 
Cummings Thomas F. (repairer), 185 

Crescent, 
Dean D. L. (repairer), 1128 Montello, 
*Flagg W. H. (trimmer), 35 School, 
■^Gilbert Chas. H. H. (repairer), 
Howard J. L. (dealer), 
*Jenuey Joshua J\L (wagon), 74 

Crescent, 
Keith Edward P. (repairer), 140 

Crescent, 
Kiuiiman L. A. (repairer), Liberty c 

Mill, 
Mason A. H. (repairer), 138 Crescent, 
*Nye J. H. (dealer), 65 Lincoln, 
Ostburg George E. 

Montello, 
Packard Charles F. 

mar, 
Pack ird Ransom W. (repairer), 166 

Torre}', 
*Porter A. S. & Sous (dealers), 139 

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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Prouse C. G. (trimmer), 51 East 

Elm, Brockton 

Silloway Fred A. *fc Co. (trimmers), 
13 High, 

Snow Jane (wagon), 48 Rockland, " 

Spiller George W. (repairer), 313 

Grove, " 

*i\Iulcahey J. & W. (dealers), Brookfield 

Sherman Levi (light), " 

Bowen P. W. (repairers), 31 Boylston, 

Brookline 

Burke & Morgan (repairer), 23 Wash- 
ington, " 

Diifify Charles A. (repairer), Boylston, " 

Madon Joseph (repairer), 33 Boyl- 
ston, " 

Maher James H. (trimmer, also 

dealer), 47 Washington, " 

McGuire Daniel (repairer), Ham- 
mond n Heath, " 

Nagle Thomas (repairer), 31 Wash- 
ington, " 

Nicholson John (repairer), 34 Wash- 
ington, " 

O'Brien Timothy J. (repairer), 93 

Boylston, " 

*Quinlan Mitchell W, (light and 

wagon), 1 High, " 

*Woodward Royal (repairer), Wash- 
ington c High, " 

*Morse & Poor (repairers), Byfield 

Buskirk Chas V. (repairer), 376 Main, 

(p 69,837) Cambridge 

*Chapman F. L. (light and dealer), 
r 10 Brattle, 

Doak Geo. W. (repairer), rear 187 
North av, (North Cambridge), 

Easter R. S. & Sons (wagon), 355 
North av, 

Elliott Wm. & Co. (repairers), 
Boylston c Murray, 

Felt I. G. (light), 18 Cambridge, 

Fitzgerald J. E. (wagon). North av, 

Halberg Nicholas (repairer), 23 
Broadway, 

Harper R. D. (repairer), 200^ North 
av, 

*Henderson Bros, (wagon and barge, 
also dealers), 232 North av, 

*Henderson George R. (wagon and 

dealer), 270 North av, 
-Henderson James A. Son (wagon), 
350 North av, 

Ivers F. & Son (light and dealers), 
174 to 178 North av, 

Johnson Andrew (repairer), 133 
Main, 

Jones Andrew J. (truck), 14 Church, 

Lane John (repairer), 35 Gore, 

Maitlaiid James (repairer), 6th c 
Harvard, 

McDonald John J. (repairer), 4 Cam- 
bride, 

McFarland Albert (repairer), 156 
River, 

Mcintosh George (repairer), 376 
Main, 

McMahon Thomas (trimmer), 14 
Cliurch, 



McMurray Peter (repairer), Third c 

Potter, Cambridge 

Middlemas George W. (repairer), 3 

Palmer, 
Patterson George (repairer), 181 

Hampshire, " 

Perry D. H. (repairer), 95 Webster 

av, 
Prescott J. H. & Son (repairers), 9 

Palmer, 
Rollins George O. (repairer), 11 

Church, 
Rosergren Charles (trimmer), 131 

Main, 
Spear Samuel W. (trimmer), 13 

Church, 
^Stewart Bros, (light and heavy), 

244 Main, 
Tessier Francis (repairer), 16 

Gore, 
Tucker Wm. (trimmer), 4 Cam- 
bridge, " 
*Waugh Charles & Co. (light and 

wagon), 442 to 4.'J0 Main. " 

White James (light and dealer), 13 

Church, " 

Worthen J. R. (wagon), 4 Western 

av, 
Xavier Ansel F. (wagon), 434 Main, " 
Fisher Arthur (repairer), Canton 

Talbot Peter (wagon), 
Howland Lysander F. (repairer). 

Central Village 
Foster W. H. (repairer), Charlemout 

Gerry John (heavy wagon, also deal- 
er), 
Gerry Mike (repairer), " 

Payne W. L. (repairer), " 

Willard Albert C. (repairer), Charlton City 
*Atwood L. L. (dealer), Chatham 

Eldridge E. N. (wagon). 
Sparrow D. T. (wagon), " 

Ward Charles (dealer), " 

Edmonds Alfred (wagon). 150 4th, Chelsea 
Greenes. L. (repairer), 101 2d, 
*Heuderson Duncan (repairer), 19 

and 21 Park, 
Lynch Bros, (wagon). 96 Pearl, " 

Marsh George VV. (trimmer), 27 

Park, 
O'Connor Patrick (repairer), 100 

Second, " 

Perkins Aivin F. & Son (repairers), 

5 Broadway, " 

Porter Daniel K. (repairer), Everett 

av c 4lh, " 

Belaire Charles (wagon), Cheshire 

Smith Oscar H. (wagon), Chester 

CLARK EDSON (light)— (See p 

60), (Ashleyville), (p 14,007) Chicopee 

Howard Charles H. (wagon), 
Lemire J. E. (repairer), " 

McCarthy James P. (repairer), " 

Sullivan John L. (repairer), " 

Ellsworth A. B (repairer), Chicopee Falls 

Manter W. T. (repairer), Chiltonville 

Smith Lyman A. (wagon), Clayton 

Babcock W. L (repairer), Clinton 

Cheney Henry L (dealer), *' 

Hastings Calvin H. (repairer), " 



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♦Howard Bros, (dealers), Clinton 

Keyes H. F. (wagon). 

Leary P. A. (repairer), Cochiiuale 

*TiIden C. F. (bsirffes), Cohasst-t 

*TowerS. D. (trimmer), 

Black A. B. (wai;t)ii). Concord 

Gartield George (repairer), " 

Nealy Edward F. (repairer), " 

Holcomb John R. & F. (wagon), Conway 

Carter Setli (repairer), Dana 

Marcil Moses (repairer), " 

Armstrong Joseph H. (r^Pfiirer), Danvers 

Chapman Walter E. (rep.-iirer), " 

Parker & Gallagher (repairers), " 

*Pe'rley D. A. (repairer), " 

*Pillsbury H. H. (light and dealer), 

Lee T. G. (repairer), Danversport 

Staples H. W. (repairer), " 

Gilford John J. (light), Dartmouth 

Lawson Robert C. (repairer), 

Miller David M. (repairer;, '* 

Week George H. (repairer), " 

Wood David (repairer), " 

Fell John V. (repairer), Dedham 

Barney Alfred (repairer), Dighton 

*McCabe Owen, (repairer), 

Palmer John O. (repairer). 

Drew John, (repairer). Dracut 

Brooks Lawrence (repairer), Dunstable 

Baker Benj. T. (trimmer), East Bridgewater 

Bouney W'. E. (dealer), 

Sturtevant A. P. (repairer), " 

Webber Melvin D. (dealer), " 

Gleason Geo. A. (repairer). East Douglass? 

Logee S. (wagon). 

*Alvord Edward S. (dealer), Easthampton 

Gaugh G. Frank (wagon), 

Judd E. B. (repairer)^ " 

Morrison James (dealer), " 

*Newkirk Frank P. (dealer), 

Searle George E. (dealer), " 

Nlckerson Bangs (repairer), East Harwich 

]\[orey Thos. W. (repairer), East Lexington 

Champlin Frank (wagon). 

East Longmeadow 
*Cope E. (repairer). 

*Damon F. N. (repairer). East Marshfield 

Strong W. P. (repairer), East ]\Iiltoii 

Havward A. M. Easton 
*Kimball G. L. (dealer), 
*Simpson Samuel & S. D. (repairers), " 

W^heaton W. A. (repairer), " 

*GogginE. (dealer). East Pepperell 
Smith Charles L. (light), 
Smith George W. (repairer), 

Wright H. J. (repairer), East Templet, n 

*Spear A. A. (repairen, East Weymouli 

*Pease Rodolplius (repairer), Edgariown 

Blake George F. (wagon), Essex 
Gage Thomas (wagon), 

Arnold S. J. (repairer). Evtritt 
*Gould Samuel (wagon), 

Kane George E. (wagon), "' 

Waltz & Arnold (repairers), " 

Gurney Isaac (repairer). Fair Haven 
King George (repairer), 

Perkins Oscar F (dealer), " 
Perkins T. P. (repairei). 
Smith Olin (repairer), 



Borden Stephen (trimmer), 6 We^t 

Bank. (p 74,351) Fall River 

Brough George W. (heavy wagon), 8 
Lee, 

Comstock F. A. (dealer), 71 7th, 

*Congdon, Carpeiiter & Co. (road 

cart dealers), 50 Pocassett, " 

Deschenesct Desbiens (light). 24 Flint, " 

Fontaine Narcisse (wagon, also deal- 
er), 259 Pleasant, 

*Freelove Leander (repairer), 10th, " 

*Girard Joseph (repairer), 210 Pleas- 
ant, 

Girard Narcisse (repairer), Davol 

opp Cory, " 

Giroux L. (repairer), 402 North Main, ' ' 

Grinnell G. H. (repairer), 395 South 

Main, " 

Gurney Benjamin R. (light). 58 7th, 

Harrington Hiram C. (repairer), 30 
Fourth. 

Lavoie & Shay (repairers), 2 Mor- 
gan, 

Macomber L. Thomas (repairer), Co- 
lumbia, " 

Marciile Cyrille (light and (wagon), 
217 Pleasant. 

Maynard Louis M. (wagon, also deal- 
er), 464 Pleasant. 

McLauchlen John R. (repairer) 52 
Stafford road. 

Morel Elie (repairer). 104 Davol, " 

Nickersun Freeman Jr. (repairer), 481 
South Main, 

Patridge John (repairer), 16 Quarry, " 

*Peck & White (light and dealers), 
94 and 100 Pocasset, 

Plante Joseph (repairer), 1 Hartwell. " 

*Richmond A. C (wagon), 3 to 7 

Richmond. " 

Robinson & Smith (light), 41 Pearl, 

Shoules Chas. W. (light and wagon), 

241 North Main. " ' — ■ 

*Westgate James G. (repairer), 19 
Sixth, 

Whalon Andrew (heavy wagon), 547 
South Main, 

White S. H. «& Co. (repairers), 6 

West Bank " 

Wood L. S. (trimmer), 81 2d, 

Wooley Benj. J. (dealer), 29 North 
Main, 

Stentiford Henry (repairer), 

Easton C. C. (repairer), 

Houghton W. W. (repairer), 

Kellogg E. A. (dealer). 

Ailchison H. (t immer). 23 Brook, Fitchbur< 

Battles F. C. (repairer). Water, S. F., " ' 

Brigham S. E. (wagon), 9 Brook, " 

Green Andrew^ J. (wagon), 53 Acad- 
emy, ' ' 

Holt A. A. (light and wagon, also 

dealer). 106 Lunenburg, " 

Larkin il. C. (dealer), 230 Main. 

Litch Charles S. (repairer). 36 Elm, 

Murphy W. P. (repairer). 51 Academy. " 

Roys H. F. (light), off Putnam, 

^Sheldon J. P. (wagon), 3 Brook, 

*Weymouth George W. (dealer), 453 
to 457 Main, 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Donovan James H. (repairer), Florence 

*Graves Bros, (dealers), 

Orcutt T. A. (repairer), " 

Root E. P. (wagon), " 

Shaw David (dealer), Foxboro 

*Young William H. (wagon), " 

Brown Eugene (repairer), Framingham 

Crandall E. E. (light and dealer). 

Freeman L. A. (wagon), " 

*Parker Orre (dealer), " 

Thomson Bros, (repairers). 

Mason Edward A. (repairer), 

O'Sullivan Patrick (repairer), 

Rogers Fred, (repairer), 

SMITH A. PARKER (dealers), 

Stewart R. B. & Co. (wagon), 

Gleason H. L. (light), 

Lord J. B. & O. C. (dealers). 

Turner H. A. (dealer), 
— (See West Gardner and South Gardner). 

Adams Joplianas (dealer), Georgetown 

Messenger James E. (wagon), " 

Morse W. H. & Co. (wagon), 

*Pettengell Henry (wagon), '• 

Urquhart William (wagon), " 

Ashley Henry P. (repairer), 19 Com- 
mercial, Gloucester 

Barnard George K. (repairer), 6 

Commercial, '' 

Bott Bros, (trimmers), 5 Main, " 

Butler Clarence E. (repairer) Wood- 
man, (W. G.), 

Chad wick T. K. (dealer), 421 Main, 

Cunningham George A. (repairer), 
32 Wharf, 

Davis David L. (repairer). Porter's 
Wharf, 

Davis W. H. H. (repairer and deal- 
er), 87 Western av, " 

Ferguson T. B. (dealer), 

Lufkin Eben H. (repairer), 78 

Western av, " 

*McCullock Henry S. (trimmer), 133 

Main. " 

McCurdy Alexander (repairer), 133 

East Main, " 

Mclsaac Angus (repairer), 15 Mans- 
field, 

McLellau Bryce (repairer), 890 Wash- 
ington, " 

McQuarie D. L. (repairer), 409 

Western av, " 

Morrison Archibald (repairer), 5 
East Main, 

Scammon S. G. (repairer), Par- 
sons, " 

Smith George A. (repairer), 14 Vin- 
cent, 

Wheeler Edwin R. (repairer), 
Pearl, 

Wheeler Percy W. (repairer), 
East Main, 

*Gibbons J. M. (dealer), 

Henry S. N. (repairer), " 

Oysler & Devneu (repairers), " 

*Brewer J. A. (dealers). Great Barrington 

*Burget & Lewis (dealers), " 

Easland H. (light and wagon), " 

Healey Timothy (light). 



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Haverhill 



*Humphrey E. D. (dealer), Great Barringion 

*Kelley M. (repairer), 

Sabin George W. (wagon), " 

Turner Charles G. (dealer), " 

*Brackett H. W. (repairer), Greenfield 

Charon Edward (repairer), " 

Haley C. O. (dealer), 

*Moore Oramel (light and wagon), " 

*JSfims Lucius (dealer), " 

Shaw John T. (dealer), 

*Slate & DeWolf (dealers,) 

Colpritt Charles (repairer), 

Dewhirst Robert (repairer), 

Adams John Q. (repairer), 

Powers M. (repairer), 

Jacobs Everett (light), 

Stearns C. F. (repairer), 

Turner Thomas (light), 

*White Joseph (wagon), 

Cobb Fred. R. (wagon), 

*Foster Emory B. (repairer), 

FreemanWilson (wagon), 

Preston J. S. (wagon). 

Murphy H. H. (repairer), 

Kobbins B. F. (light). 

Burgess Wm. R. (repairer), 

Kinsley S. W. (repairer), 

Coggswell & Hill (wagon), 

Davfs O. W. (trimmer), 38 Fleet, 

Fullington M. M. (trimmer), Mill, 

Mansur Charles K. (wagon), 46 Fleet, " 

Merrill Belle L. (light), 

Miller James A. (repairer), " 

McGregor Daniel (repairer), 212 Es- 
sex, " 

St. Germain Nelson (wagon), rear 25 

Locust, " 

Young Bros, (light and wagon), 13 
and 15 Fleet, 

O'Brien J. H. (repairer), Haydenville 

Churchill A. I. (repairer), Heath 

Snow ct Jones (repairers) (S. H.), Hingham 

*Whiton Bela H. & Co. (light), 

Leavitt Wm. H. (repairer), Hingham Center 

McCarter Chas. H. (repairer and 

deiiler), Holbrook 

Murphy Morris (repairer), 

Allen James C. (dealer), 

Boydeu George (repairer), 

Adams G. C. (dealer). 

Partridge R. P. & A. B. (repairers), " 

*Phipps Amns & Son (dealers), " 

Casey J. J. (light and wagon), Race 

c Spring, (p 35,5'26) Holyoke 

Cleveland J. A. (wagon), rear 37 
Chestnut, 

Ely Morris (wagon), Northampton. " 

*Fi'nton & Dunn (light and wagon), 

84 to 106 Hampden c Walnut, "-- — 

Gamache Octave (wagon), 10 Spring, " 

Geary & Cahill (light and wagon), 5 

Division, " 

Giblin Patrick H. (dealer). Spring, 

Keough Carriage Co. (light and 

wagon), 294 Main, " 

*Keough Thomas L. (light and wag- 
on), 48 Main, 

Lawrence Anthony C. (wagon), 
Bridge c Cabot. 

Monat Pierre, 381 INIain, 



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Carriarje and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Newton A. (repairer). Front, Holyoke 

*White L. B. (dealer), 56 Fairfleld, 
Morin Antoine (repairer), Hopedale 

Day Frederick (butchers' and express 

wagon), Hopkinton 

Clark H. (dealer), Hubbardston 

*Davis Isaac (repairer), " 

Swan J. W. & Son (repairers), " 

Burgess J. A. (repairer), Hudson 

*Jones Jolin A. (repairer), 
*Cole C. F. (dealer), Huntington 

Cross James W. (repaire ), " 

*Fisk Jason H. (dealer), 
Goudreau William (wagon), " 

Hancock A. T. (repairer), " 

Kirby John (repairer), " 

Baxter Obed (dealer), Hyannis 

*Crocker C. C. (light and wagon), 
*Hoxie O. C. (repairer), " 

Johnston John (wagon), Hyde Park 

McKensie Stuart (repairer and dealer), " 
*SomesS. S. (dealer). 

Barker George (dealer), Ipswich 

Brown William G. (light), 
Graffum James (light), " 

Spiller William A. (wagon), " 

*Petts L. G. (dealer), " Jeffersonville 

*Bailey C. E. (repairer and dealer), Kingston 
Eldridge D. G (lisiht). 
*Myrick W. W. (dealer), 
Hosley Henry (dealer), Lancaster Center 

Bryant A. & Son (wagon and dump 

carl), 263 Lowell, Lawrence 

Chesley Geo. R. (repairer), 55 Union, '• 
Dane John F. (wagon), 175 South 

Broadway, " 

*Faruham J. W. & Son (wagon), 258 

Lowell, 
Joyce J. W. & Co. (wagon, also 

dealer), 102 Concord, 
Kress Bros, (wagon), 107 Common, " 

Lane D. M. (wagon), 404 Haverhill, " 
Luby M. J. (repairer). 19 Oxford, 
Norris Wm. E. (repairer), Marston 

n City Line, 
Perkins C. N. & Co. (wagon). 36 

West, 
Roberts J. J 

Court, 

Sharpe Thomas (repairer), 191 Cross, " 
Snow F. A. & Son (wagon), 1 West, " 
Spinlow John H. (repairer), 160 

Common, " 

*Stowell Joseph (light and wagon, 

also dealer), 317 Common, " 

WoodardGeo. H. (repairer), 43 Essex, " 
Regnier J. H., 

Hall Bros, (repairers), Lee 

*Simader Andrew (wagon), " 

Kennedy Michael (repairer), Leeds 

Rowe John (repairer), 

Gorman John (repairer), Lenox 

Kendall H.D., 

Fiske F. F. (dealer), Leominster 

Foster Joseph (light), " 

Graham D. (dealer), 
Shepard Carlos (light), 

Hobart Colburn (light), Leverett 

Denham William (repairer), Lexington 



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Griffin Henry P. (repairer), 

Grillin John (repairer). 

Miner M. D. (repairer), 

Needham B. & Son (repairers), 

Reed F. D. (dealer), 

McDonald Hugh (light), Longmeadow 

Webster Nathan (repairer), " 

Abbott A. H. (repairer), 360 Middle- 
sex, (p 77,605) Lowell 

Bernard John S. (repairer), 53 Salem, " 

Brochu Edward (wagon), 60 Tre- 
mont, 

Bryant E. P. (light and wagon), 23 
West Third, 

Butman S. L. (trimmer), 250 Middle- 
sex * * 

Choate 'Wilbur H. (repairer), 388 

Middlesex, " 

Conant J. E. & Co. (auction dealers), 
184 Central, 

Crevier Charles (repairer), Willie c 

Cross, " 

Dearborn Wm. H. (repairer), Jack- 
son, " 

Decatur Frank O. (repairer). Mam- 
moth road, " 

Dexter O K. (wagon, also dealer), 

195 Pawtucket, " 

Donovan J. C. (trimmer), 63 Mar- 
ket, 

Dupont & Bellerose (repairers), 14 
Rock, 

*Fay Bros. & Hosford (Hglit and 
dealers), 173 to 185 Central, 

*Ferrm Henry K. (dealer), 821 Mid- 
dlesex, " 

*Gage Daniel (repairer), Wilder, " 

Gelly Henry (light and wagon), 13 

Varuum av, " 

Gosselin Alfred (repairer), 12 Var- 

num av, " 

Green Amos (repairer), Fletcher c 

Franklin, " 

*Hanson C. H. & Co. (dealers), 39 to 
45 Rock, 

Harmon Scott (repairer), 244 Gor- 
ham, 

Hill C. H. (wagon), 5 Pleasant, 

Hill Edward E. (repairer), 7 Pleas- 
ant, 

*Hill G. F. (wagon), 192 and 194 

Middlesex, " 

Hill T. W. (wagon), 76 Bridge, 

Jeune.ss Fred W. (dealer), 540 Chelms- 
ford, 

Jutras Bros, (repairers), 69 Tremont, " 

Kingsbury A. R. (repairer), 65 

Hampshire, " 

McKinnon Daniel (repairer), 244 Gor- 
ham, 

Mitchell A. J. (trimmer), Pawtucket 

sq, 

Mitten A. D. (repairer), 250 Middle- 
sex, " 

*0'Dowd H. J. & Co. (dealers), 10 
Dutton, 

Osboru Ephraim (repairer), 100 Jack- 
son, " 

Paradis Lubin (repairer), 312 River, " 

Parsons A. (repairer), 321 Gorham, " 






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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Powers Nicholas (repairer), Mam- 
moth road. Lowell 

Ramsdell Ilhiel O. (repairer), 129 
Chelmsford, 

Robinson Charles F. (dealer), 390 

Middlesex, " 

Sanborn Edwin (repairer), 3 Pleas- 
ant, Bel 

Saunders Alfred S. (repairer) 65 

Hampshire, " 

Sawyer Aaron C. (dealer), 14 Arch, " 

*Sawyer Carriage Co. (light and 
heavy), 85 Middle, 

Shatiuck S. A. (repairer), 27 West 3d, ,. 

*Shufelt & McCoy (heavy wagon), 
214 Thorndike, 

Swett J. H. (express wagon), 9 Arch. " 

Swell William L. (repairer), 193 

Pawtuckei, " 

Sylvester James O. (repairer), 12 

Varnum av, " 

Tatro George (repairer), 50 Salem, 

*Taylor Geo. H. (dealer), 7 Nichols, 

Ward Wm. H. (repairer), Chelms- 
ford opp Powell, " 

Wairen Albert L. (repairer), Fletcher 
c Franklin, 

Williams C. L. (wagon), 76 Brid<;e, 

Wilson G. W. (repairer), 220 Thorn- 
dilie, 

Fairbanks George L. (dealer), Lunenburgh 

*Br,iy W. A. (dealer), 75 Willow. 

(p 55,684) Lynn 

Conway & Todd (repairers), 57 State, 

*Dennis John D. (light and wagon), 
274 Broad, 

Duffy J. B. (wagon), 449 Union, 

Foster Ambrose (repairer), Boston c 
Federal sq, 

Kimball Wm. (repairer), Lincoln av. 
East Saugus, 

Maguire Alexander R. (repairer), 480 
Broadway, 

McQuarrie John A. (wagon), 29 Cen- 
ter, 

O'Neil D. (wagon), 112 Central av, 

*Pyne A. W. (wagon), 212 Chestnut, 

Ross & Seaman (repairers). 69 Marion, 

Sawyer & Chase (light and hose wag- 
on, also dealers), 30 Farrar, 

Smith Amos J. (repairer), 48 Cedar, 

Smith B. B. (repairer), 8 Mechanics' 
Court, 

*Smith C. B. (wagon), 10 Mechanics' 
court, 

*Swett John W. (repairer), 265 
Broad, 

Talbot T. H. (wagon). Western av, 

Twombly Bros, (wagon), 781 and 
783 Western av, 

Vaughn James A. (wagon), 134 Es- 
sex, 

Harding Samuel (repairer), Lynufield Centre 

Ellsworth Burton R. (light). Eastern 

av, Maiden 

Howard Richard R. (repairer), Mid- 
dlesex court, " 

Hunting E. & Co. (repairers), 38 
Rockwell, 



S. (repairer), 
B. & Son 



Salem, 
(light and 



Maiden 



Marblehead 
Marlboro 



Marsh field 



Maynard 
Medfield 
Med ford 



Melrose 

i i 

Mendon 



Hunting W. 

"Keen Wm. 
sulky), 

Marston John F. (repairer), " 

Palmer A. B. (light and wagon), " 

Reidy Phillip A. (repairer), " 

Stanley E. P. (repairer), Manchester 

Fuller H. C. & E. W. (heavy wag- 
on), Mansfield 

*King L. R. & Son (dealers), 

Winsfiw George (dealer), 

*Go()dwin F. H. (repairer), 

leaker L. W. (wagon), 

Moore John H. (repairer), 

*Palmer Chas. H. (light), 

Spaulding H. A. (light and wagon), 

Strattard C. F. (repairer). 

Weeks C. F. (repairer, also dealer), 

Willard N. (dealer), 

l>rown D (repairer), 

(Chandler & Son (repairers), 

Simmons Levi P. (repairer), 

King Samuel 2d, (dealer), 

Baker J. H. & Co. (wagon). 

Chick John F. (repairer), 

Hartshorn A P. (trimmer), 

Nichols George (trimmer), 

Symmes A. C. (repairer), 

Teel E. & Co. (wagon, also dealers), 

Denno A. L. (repairer), 

Edwards Joseph (light), 

Barry John (repairer). 

Brown Henry W. (repairer), " 

Ellis T. & C. R. (repairers), 

"Adams George & Sons (light and 

heavy, wholesale mfrs.), Merrimac- 

^element M. G. & Son (light and 
heavy wholesale mfrs.), 

••Clement & Young (light and heavy, 
wholesale mfrs.). 

*Doucet c% Winn (medium and heavy, 
wholesale mfrs.), 

Flanders M. C. (light), 

Gunnison C. E. & Co. (light, whole- 
sale mfrs.), 

*Howe H. M. (light and heavy, 
wliolesale mfrs ), 

*Judkins John B. & Sons (light and 
h(avy, wholesale mfrs.), 

Kendrick George F. (trimmer), 

*Lan caster J. A. & Co. (light and 
pony, wholesale mfrs.), 

*Loud Bros, (light and heavy), 

*Means & Hopkins (light and wagon, 
wholesale mfrs.), 

Mitchell Frank (repairer). 

Murphy Michael H. (dealer), 

*Noyes C. H. & Son (light, whole- 
sale mfrs.). 

Pease S. C. & Sons (light and heavy, 
wholesale mfrs), 

*Scofield S. & Son (light wholesale 
mfr.), 

Scott Willis H. (repairer), 

*Smiley W. O. (light, 
mfrs.), 

Stevens H. G. & W. Co. 
heavy). 

Trull Alaoson M. (light), 

Wadleigh David E. (repairer), 



wholesale 
(light and 



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Carriaye dud Wagon Makerti — continued. 

Bagley James W. (wagon), Merrimacport 

Carter F. W. (light). 
Chase Wm. & Sous (light, whole- 
sale uifrs.). " 
*Colby A. M. (light, wholesale mfrs.). " 
Gunnison George (light), " 
Currier Thos. B. (wagon), Methuen 
Graham J. M. (vvaiion), " 
Pedler S. J. (wa<>-on), 
Sargent Edmund P. (dealer), 
Bailey & Soule (wagon), Middleboro 
*IIar]ow James H. (dealer), " 
*Liucoln & Son (wagon), " 
Vanghan William E. (repairer), " 
Grothe John J. (repairer), Middletown 
Stiles C. P. (repairer), 

Harrington J. E. (repairer), Millbury 

Paine B. O. (heavy wagon), " 

*Parker Sumner R. & Sou (light), 
Belknap L. E. (light and heavy wag- 
on), Milfor«l 
Dwyer Bros, (dealers). " 
^Edwards M. W. (dealer), 
Emery William (trimmer), 84 Cen- 
tral, 
Grow Lysander (repairer), " 
O'Donuell P. P. (dealer), 
*Rockwood D. B. (wagon), 210 Main, " 
Worthen Geo. E. (wagou), " 
"Waite Moses (repairer), Miller's Falls 
*Crane Henry (repairer), Milton 
*Crossman L. &, Son (light and 

heavj^), " 

Scott Daniel C. (repairer), " 

Stranofuian T. & Co. (light and wag- 
on). 
Steele Sumner (light and wagou), Mittineague 
Burdick G. W. (wagon), Monson 

Hutchinson Lorenzo (light), " 

Martin J. H. (wagou), " 

Clapp Averj' (repairer), Montague 

Clapp Joseph (wagou), 
Field & Sibley (de^alers), 

Richardson L. J. (wagon), Montville 

Macomber F. S. (repairer), Myrick's 

Paddock George B. (wagon), Nantucket 

*Macewen J. D. (wagon and dealer), Natick 
Simmons W. A. (express wagon), " 

Stevens Charles (repairer), " 

Allen James H. (repairer), Logan n 

R. R. New Bedford 

*Ashley A. Divis (dealer), 947Acush- 

netav, " 

Briggs Philip S. (trimmer and deal- 
er), 248 Purchase. 
*Brownell Ashley & Co., (light and 

wagon), 24 to 38 Fourth, 
*Browuell George L. (light and 
heavy, also hearse), Acushnet 
av, c Canuon, " 

Caswell Nathaniel H. (repairer), 8 

Pine, 
Cole George F. (dealer), 41 Spring, " 

Collett Ulric E. (repairer), Logan n 

R. R., 
Cory Isaac C. (repairer), 12 Rock- 
dale av, " 
Dexter Thomas D. (express wagou), 
112 Pleasant, 



Uurfee Edward M. (repairer), Me- 
chanic's laue, New Bedford 

Fichtenmaver & Flynn (light), 302 

South 'Water, " 

Footman John W. (repairer), 452 

F^l f*T SJl Tl I" 

Forbes J. R.'& Co (light), 83 Elm, 
Fuller Nelson T. (repairer), 137 

Pleasant, 
Gage J. N. (trimmer), 90 Pleasant, 
Hathaway A.E. (repairer), 100 Pleasant, 
llathawa}^ L. J. (light wagon), 91 

Pleasant, 
llersey William A. (repairer), 90 

North Front, 
liinton J. 1{. (wagon), 53 Maxfield, 
Linton Joseph B. (repairer), 244 and 

240 Purchase, 
Linton Wood Spring Carriage Co. 

The (liffht), 53 Maxfield, 

(light), 274 to 278 



(repairer), 402 



*Lowell Clarence, 

Acushnet av, 
r..uce Freeman C 

Acushnet av, 
Luce J. L. (repairer). Mechanics' lane. 
Moore John & Son (repairers), 428 

South Water, 
Phillips Charles B. (repairer), Plain- 

ville road. 
Sherman W. D. (repairer). 424 South 

Water. 

(repairer), 38 South 



(repairer), 32 South 
B. (repairer), 147 



Swift P. E. 

Water. 
Taber C. G. 

Water, 
Tripp Alonzo 

Kempton, 

Deming Samuel (repairer). New Boston 

Haskell Luther (dealer), 17 Liberty, 

Newburyport 
Lougee Parker M. & Co. (waL on), 

Hale's court, " 

Syms Edward (repairer), 8 Mechan- 
ics' court, " 
Varney George D. (repairer), •' 
Scott John W. (repairer). Newton 
*Farrar J. C. (repairer), Newton Centre 
*Pulcifer John (repairer), Newton Lower Falls 
Robbins & Healey (trimmers), " 
rrossley H. G. (dealer). North Abington 
Hart D. W. (repairer), 
^Williamson G. H. (repairer), " 
Barber J. M. (light). North Adams 
Goodnow F. L. (light), 
Ivetchum C. E. (dealer), 
*McDougall & Barcelou (wagon 

dealers and repairers), " 

*Miller Alonzo (wagon), " 

Minor O. S. (light and wagon), " 

Turner W. H., 

*Vadner & Bro. (light and wagon), " 
*Witherell E. J. (repairer). 
Hall A. W. (liglit and wagon). 

North Amherst 
Thayer J. T. Jr. (wagon). 
Davis R. B. (wagon), Northampton 

Derosier Gilbert (repairer), " 

Foote Gilbert J. (repairer), 151 North, " 
Laframboise & Dragon (repairers), 

rear 39 Masonic. " 



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Mi 



CarrifMje and Wtfffon Makers — continued. 

Francis Vetile (repairer), Northampton 

Lattinville A. (repairer), " 

Phelps G. 8. (repairer), " 

RoseS. C. (trimmer), 
*VVright D. J. (dealer), 

Ellis A. P. (wagon), North Andover Depot 
Cutting Thomas N. (wagon). North Attleboro 
Hopkins Geo. VV. (dealer), " 

King D. T. (repairer), 
*Rounds Geo. E. (dealer), 
Stanley W. H. (wagon), 
Tappan E. H. & Sou (dealers), 
Lee Henry E. (wagon). North Blanford 

Glazier F. F., North Brookfield 

Howe T. R. (repairer), " 

Stearns George (light), " 

Chelmsford Carriage Co., North Chelmsford 
Draper W. L. (repairer), " 

Lindsey F. H. (dealer), North Dana 

Sessions F. Wilson (repairer), " 

*McCabe Owen (repairer), North Dighton 

Walker G. B. (repairer), " 

*Daley John H. (repairer), North Fasten 

Sabiu W. E. (wagon), North Egremout 

*Brown M. A. (wagon), Northfield 

Webster F. A. (wagon), " 

Stoddard D. H. (repairer). North Hanover 
Ryder A. N. (repairer), North Harwich 

*Lincoln G. H. (repairer), North Raynham 
McLane J. B. (wagon), North Reading 

Ryer W. H. (light). 

Turner Edward (wagon), " 

*Litchlield Bros, (repairers). North Scituate 
Wentworth & Co. (express wagon), " 

Thompson F. D. (repairer), 

North Wilbraham 
*Crane George T. (repairer), Norton 

Foster A. (repairer), " 

Robinson Ruel (repairer), " 

White George (repairer), " 

Studley T. J. (repairer), Norwell 

*Knight O. E. (wagon), Norwich 

Johnson J. L. (repairer), Norwood 

Pilley Bennett (light), 
*Robey J. W. (repairer), " 

Crawford W. S. (wagon and dealer). Oakham 
Loring F. E. & A. L. (repairers and 

dealers), " 

Bassett A. H. (light), Orleans 

Hopkins Elisha (repairer), " 

Hopkins W". H. (light), 

Henry G. O. (wagon), Palmer 

*Marcy O. C. (dealer), 
Trumble P. S. (light). 
*Weeks J. W. (dealer), 

Olmsted John (repairer), Paxton 

Bolster J. W. (repairer), Peabody 

Cook Lorenzo D. (repairer), " 

Dodge Arthur J. (repairer), " 

.Dole & Osgood (light and wagon, 

wholesale mfrs.), " 

*Pike »& Whipple (express wagon), " 

Roome James A. (repairer), " 

Whipple H. P. (wagon), 

Bonney J. D. (wagon), Pembroke 

Damon B. D (repairer), " 

White Fred (repairer), " 

Wilkinson & Shepherd (dealers). 

South Hanson, " 



Boynton A. (dealer), Pepperell 

Durant J. W. (repairer), " 

Hamilton F. (repairer), " 

Plummer R. C. (repairer), " 

Smith Chas. L. (repairer), " 

Blackmer Zina H. (repairer), Petersham 

Cornell Chas. A. (repairer). 
Bowker George (repairer), Phillipston 

Allen A. John (repairer), 40 Daniels 

av, Pittsfitld 

Bent Bros, (light, also dealers), 163 

North. 
Cummings Peter (repairer). Elm near 

xMiddle. 
Dunham Charles (light), 5 North 

Pearl, 
Finch L. M. (heavy), Liberty near 

depot, " — ■ — 

*Gale Bros, (dealers), 94 North, 
*Hall T. E. & Co. (wagon dealers), 

4 Bank Row, 
Kennedy I. C. (repairer), 16 McKay, " 
Ketteil Samuel S. (repairer), 16 Mc- 
Kay, 
Madden M. J. (repairer), 5 North 

Pearl, 
McDermott J. Patrick (repairer). Al- 
cove, " 
Mead E. B. agent (dealer), 21 North, 
^Merrill C. E. (wagon), 140 North, 
Pittsfield Carriage Co. (light and 

heavy), 22 M^cKay, " ■ — 

Powers Wm. (repairer), 31 Second, " 
Robinson George W. (repairer), 16 

Church, 
*Robinsou Wm. (wagon), 16 Church, " 
Shaver E. A. (light), Clapp av, " — > 

Van Valkenburg George (light), 

Allen r 66 North, 
Harlow Chas. B. (light), Plymouth 

Sampson & Cleveland (light), " 

Waters Wm. B. (light), 

Scaramell S. (repairer), Quincy 

Tirrell & Sous (wagon). . " 

Wild James R. (dealer), 

Fardy James (repairer), Randolph 

Langley Frank H (repairer), " 

Whiting Jared (dealer), " 

Withington J. O. (repairer and 

dealer), Raynham 

Brown Samuel (repairer), Reading 

*Hicks Nathan E., Rehoboth 

Clapp Geo. D. (repairer), Revere 

Clayton Michael (repairer), 
Flint D. R. (repairer), " 

Higgins John W. (light), Rockland 

*Hunt Horace M. (dealer), " 

*Hunt Reuben (dealer), " 

*Nasou Wm. P. (dealer), 
Cogswell James (repairer), Rockport 

* Webber Philip (repairer), 
Woodford Austin R. (dealer), 
*Daniels George E. (wagon), Rowley 

Bradley Julius S. (repairer), Russell 

SpauldingO.. 

Smith D. F. (repairer and dealer), Rutland 
Babcock Charles F. (repairer), 274 

Bridge, Salem 

Colson George M. (repairer), 270 

Bridtre, 



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CarriiKje and Wafjon Makers — continued. 

*Dane S. H. (deaU-r), 101 Boston, Salem 

Dayton Isaac (trimmer), 135 Bostou, 
Dickcrson John (ileal<M-), r Bridge. " 

Dorinaii Joliii repairer), 30 Liberty, 
*Faxoa E. J. (wagon), 7 Front. 
Lillis & White (repairers). 28 Liberty, 
McKeever Joseph (repairer), West 

Yard, 
Murray & Carroll (repairers), 135 

Bostou, 
Nelson James S. (dealer), 43 Bridge, " 
Rabiy Eustache (repairer), West 

Yard. 
Ryan Garrett (repairer). 70 Flint. 
Scott Robert (repairer), rear 13 Front, " 
Smith James S. (trimmer). 11 Church, " 
Thomas Frederick (repairer), 135 Bos- 
ton. 
Tuttle Hiram A. (trimmer), AVest 

Yard. 
Vogell George W. (light). 212 and 

214 Bridge. 
Weir Daniel C. (repairer), rear 6 

Morgan. " 

Kimball William (East Saugus), Saugu-; 

Glazier O. P. (repairer), Saxonvilli; 

*Hedly Peleg (repairer), Seekonk 

Whitaker D. F. (repairer), 
*Winn M. C. (light), 

Derry O. H. (repairer), Sharnn 

Harper Charles S. (light and cart), " 

Johnson James (repairer), " 

*Conway J. E. (dealer), SheffieM 

Doran Thomas (repairer). " 

Scribner Sinilb (lepairer), " 

*Spurr & Wickwire (dealers), " 

Frost E. C. (dealer). Shelburne Falls 

*Guilford & Wood (dealers), 
Inness George (repairer), " 

Smith G. F.' (wagon), 

Hammond Elnathan (repairer), Sherborn 

Holbrook Rufus P. (repairer), 
Farnsworth Louis J. (light), Shirley Village 
Lawrence O. F. (repairer), 
"Wells George S. (dealer), 

Mitchell Henry A. (repairer), Shrewsbury 

Stockwell John (repairer), " 

Brackett A. D. (repairer), Palmer av, 

Somerville 
Brown & Call (light and business 

wagon), 288 Somerville av, " 

Collins Harvey G. (repairer), 87 Wash- 
ington, " 
Crocker D. W., Davis square (West 

Somerville), " 

Dodge Seward (repairer) 7 Union sq, " 
Flagg Frank H. (repairer), 5j Union 

squire, " 

*Henderson William T. (wagou), 711 

to 733 Somerville av, " 

Macauley John (repairer), 30 Broad- 
way, " 
Miller James (repairer). Elm near 

Russell, 
Union Square Carriage Co. (light and 

wagon), " 

*Haywood C. E. (repairer). South Amherst 
Ewing John (repairer). Southampton 

Leonard Charles (repairer). 



Warner F. W. (repairer, also dealer). 

Southampton 
Thayer H. H. (wagon and dealer). 

South Braintree 
Hopkins Henry (repairer), South Brewster 
Cummings E. B. (dealer), Southbridge 

Curboy Wm.V. (repairer and dealer), " 
Ouimette Joseph & Son (wagon), " 

Stone George S.. estate of (repairer). " 
Gifford O. F. (repairer), South Dartmouth 
Hollister George H. (wagon), South Deerfield 
*Martin P. D. (repairer), 
Phdlips C. W. (wagon). 

Thatciier C. N. (repairer), South Dennis 

Bliss William L. (wagon). South Egremont 
Arbuckle W. J. (wagon, also dealer). 

South Framingham 
Crandall E. E. (repairer, also dealer), " 
*Rock Joseph (dealer), " 

Thompson Bros, (wagon), " 

Earl & Howe (dealers), South Gardner 

*Sawiu Lyman & Son (light). " 

*South Gardner Carriage Co. (dealers), " 
*Spoflford H. H. (wagon). South Groveland 
Barnes M. L. (dealer). South Hadley Falls 
Barney Giles W. (wagon), " 

^Hatfield Horace (dealer). " 

O'Neill Martin F. (repairer), " 

Pierce A. F. (waffon), " 

Sullivan P. F. (w'agon), 

Josselyn A. N. (dealer). South Hanover 

Kingman J. W. (dealer), " 

Whiting A. (repairer), 
"Rowell L. (dealer). 
Turner F. VV. (repairer). " 

*Wellingtm George W. (repairer and 

dealer). " 

Wise James E. (dealer). " 

Stevens Charles (repairer), South Natick 

Bliss George E. W., South Rehoboth 

Wheeler Warren L. (light), South Royalston 
Garfield J. W. Jr. (repairer). South Sudbury 
"Burrell William (dealer), South Weymouth 
Murray William H. (light), 
Barnes H. It. (repairer), Southwick 

Carlton Lafayette (repairer), " 

Wheaton W. C. (repairer), " 

Crowell M. H. (light). South Yarmouth 

White Rufus (repairer), " 

Amellotte Paul & Sons (repairers), Spencer 
*Girouard Joseph (dealer), " 

Goddard Bros, (repairers), " 

O'Connor John (repairer), " 

Stone Jolin (repairer), " 

*Woodbury A. D. (dealer), " 

Bailey C. L. & Son (wagon), 99 



South Lancaster 



Dwight, 



(p 44, 164) Springfield 



*Bailey H. F. (heavy wagon), 85 
Dwight, 

Barnum George A. (repairer), (Indian 
Orchard), 

Bent Bros, (dealers), 

*Butterworth D. N. (dealer), 60 
Dwight, 

Dumontier Joseph (repairer), 865 
Main, 

Flynn & Kirby (light and wagon), 
15 Charter av, 

*Fuller William & Son (dealers), (In- 
dian Orchard), 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Gebeault T. T. (repairer), 456 Wal- 
nut, Springfield 

Harder William (repairer), 62 
Dwight, 

Heggearty & Bedard (repairers), 62 
Dwight, 

Howell Francis (repairer), 370 Water, " 

Jordan Charles H. (repairer), 291 Bay, " 

Lambert Thomas (repairer), 210 

Main. " 

Laparle T. B. (heavy wagon), 18 

Liberty, " 

Litllefield Arthur E. (repairer), 120 

Ashley, " 

Margeson Charles F. (repairer), 
Chapin, 

Nourbourn James F. (wagon), 472 

llniou, " 

O'Brien Thomas (wagon), Hubbard 

av c Dale, " 

Perkins Osraan (trimmer), 11.5 Main, " 

Pietce B. Y. (wagon), 27 to 3.5 Bond, 

Rivers Heary (repairer), 216 Main, 

(Indian Orchard), " 

.Rogers John H. (light and dealer), 
"35Sanford, 

Ryan John W. (trimmer), 39 Hub- 
bard av, " 

*Smith W. H. (light and dealer), 2 
Park, 

Swaine John (repairer), 26 Taylor, " 

_West W. D. & Son (wagon). Hick- 
ory c Hancock, 

Carter A. C. (repairer), 

Gerry Thomas L. (repairer), 

]\Iarsa A. (repairer also dealer), 

*Carey John (repairer), 

Hinkley L. T. (repairer), 

Morrisey Dennis (repairer 

er).' 
Wolf Charles (repairer). 
Child W. Ward (repairer), 
Hill ifc Hersey (dealers), 
Wall R. D. (light). 
Cummings John (repairer). 
Brown E. (repairer), 

Haynes H.& Son (light and wagon), Sturbridge 
*Abbey G. F. (repairer), 
Warren W. W. (dealer), 
Holbrook J. Emerson (dealer), 
Rich Geo. (repairer), 
Anthony Franklin (repairer), 
.*ChaceT. C. (light), 
Eddy Ira W. (repairer), 
Eddy Robert S. (repairer), 
Fenner George W. (repairer), 
Graj^ L. S. (dealer), 
*Barker & Mason (repairers), West- 

ville), 
Brennan Patrick & Son (repairers), 

6 Mechanics Lane, 
^Brownell & Burt (light and heavy), 

10 Washington, 
Dorgan James B. (wagon), 47 Weir, 
Doyle Charles (repairer), 24 East 

Water. 
French L. (repairer), 5 West Water, 
Goulard Nelson (express wagon), 62 

Weir, 



Sterling 



Stockbridge 
and deal- 



Stoneham 



Stoughton 

Stow 



Sunderland 

( c 

Sutton 
Swansea 



Taunton 



Higgina George H. (repairer), Tre- 

mont, Taunton 

Lockwood John (repairer), 69 Bay, 
Lord Frank J. (repairer), rear 84 Weir, 
Levenbery Peter (trimmer), lllj 

Bay. 
Mann C. A. (repairer), 9 East Water, 
McDonald James W. (repairer), rear 

3 Broadway, 
McDonald John A. (wagon), Staple, 

(Weir), 
Morse George C. (dealer). Pleasant c 

Broadway, 
*Peck & White (light and dealers), 

29 Weir, 

(trimmer) rear 3 



Pierce Jobn F. 

Broadway, 
*Rand Xalhan 

Broadway. 
Sumers John E. 

Britannia. 
Wheeler George 



(repairer), rear 3 
(repairer), 5 East 



Wil- 



Tolland 

Topsfield 

Townsend 



H. (wagon). 

Hams, 
Munn Dennis (repairer), 
*Leach & Wilson (repairers), 
Clement L. (dealer) 
Farwell C. R. (dealer). 

Sherburne W. A. (repairer), Tyngsborough 
Woodward Sumner &, Son (repairers), " 
Warren Geo. B. (repairer), Tyringham 

Dresser B. L. (light). Uxbridge 

Graham Chas. R. (trimmer). " 

Sederquest & Wannamaker (light), " 

Day John (dealer), Wakefield 

Hathaway Geo. H. (dealer), " 

Kendall Geo. W. (wagon), " 

Mcintosh Alexander (wagon), " 

*VVinship J. & S. (wagon), " 

Royce W. (dealer). Wales 

^Anderson E. S. (wagon), (p 18,522) Waltham 
FlHggGeo. A. (light). 

Flagg Wm. H. (ligbt and wagon), " 

Fowler Josiah (repairer), " 

Hayes A. D. (trimmer), " 

Hessian James (repairer), " 

Loux Joseph (repairer), " 

McKernell James (repairer), " 

Mullen & Stevenson (light and 

wagon), " 

Ohnemus Andrew (repairer), " 

Wright F. T. (repairer), 
*Bombard Felix (dealer), 
Campbell Malcomb M. (trimmer), 
Parker C. S. (dealer), 
*Richmond C. H. (repairer), 
*Stearns Alonzo (light and wagon), 
Barrows H. W. (repairer), 
*Bolles I. B. (dealer), 
Crocker Harvey (dealer), 
Gurney Charles S. ^repairer), 
Packard F. G. (repairer), 
*Butterworth W. C. (dealer), 
Tidd Homer A. (repairer), 
Hartherlz F. C. (repairer), 
Read Clark H., 
Ross J. (repairer), 
Mathew Joseph (repairer), 
Mathieu Louis (repairer), 
Paquette T. (wagon), 
Warren W. H. (light and dealer), 



Ware 



Wareham 



Warren 
<< 

Watertown 



Webster 



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New aid Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO,, \ MSSET TOPS 

SELL. RAPIDLY 



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Carri'irje aiul Wagon Makers — continued. 

Cusack Thomas (repairer), Wellesley 

Evans Sylvanus C. (repairer), 
Foster Francis M. (repairer, also 

dealer), " 

Pulcifer John (repairer), " 

Rogers Arthur II. (repairer), Welltleet 

Clark Jason (repairer), Weiiiiani 

Littlefield Waldo (dealer), West xVctoii 

Brown Joseph H. (repairer), Weslboro 

Maguire & Cole (repairers), 
O'Brien John (repairer), " 

*Sibley W. H. & F. (wagon). 
Goselin F. X. (repairer), West Boylston 

Lesure L. A. (repairer), " 

*Sawyer W. B. (dealer), 
Shepard C. A. (repairer), " 

Foster Henry W. (repairer). West Brookfield 
Wilkins Henry (light), 

*Fisk U. B. (dealer), West Dennis 

Damon Bailey D. (wagon), West Duxbury 
Bailey Eugene (repairer), (p 9,800) Westfield 
Barnes William A. (repairer), " 

Bennett I. C. (dealer), 
Cartter & Beals (repairers), " 

.*Corawell William B. (wagon), " \ 

Easton George (repairer), " 

Freeland Charles C. (repairer, " 

Gamache F. D. (wagon). " 

Gamache Theo. (wagon), " 

Granger O. A. (farm wagon dealer), " 
Marchant Robert (repairer), " 

Ormsbee A. F. (repairer). " 

Parsons H. A. (wagon), " 

Schmidt Fred, (dealer). 
Pettis W. G. (repairer), 

"Feeney John (dealer), Westford 

Gould W. J. (repairer and dealer), " 

*Tuttle Nelson L. (wagon), 
Walkden James A. (wagon), " 

Bennett T. L. (light), West Gardner 

Caswell W. W. (Hght), 
Rice C. H. (repairer), " 

Shepard E. I. (dealer), West Mansfield 

Savary S. A. (repairer). West Millbury 

Dawley C. C. (dealer). Westminster 

*Xichols Bros, (repairers), " 

Merrill Moses E. (light). West Newbury 

Keagen Patrick (lepairer), West Newton 

Ward & Co. (repairers), " 

Briggs Christopher C, Westport 

Chase Eldridge G. (repairer), " 

Sisson William W, (dealer). 
Cormier T. O. (repairer), West Springfield 
Pratt H. A. (repairer), 
Steel Sumner (repairer), " 

*Carpenter James P. (dealer). i 

West Stockbridge 
Shead James (light and wagon), " 

*Shaw S. J., West Sutton 

Mayhew W. B. (repairer), West Tisbury 

Waters Oriu L. (repairer), West Wareham 
Ahlf C, (repairer). Weymouth 

Bradley J. F. (repairer), Whitinsville 

Collonan J. E. (repairer), " 

Handy John (dealer). " 

O'Flynn Thomas (repairer), " 

Tyler John M. (repairer). Whitman 

Whitman Carriage Repository (deal- 
ers), " 



Peck Chauncey E.. \Vilbrahara 

Wynn Henry (repairer). " 

*Dodge Gardner H. (repairer). Wilkinsonville 
Greeves Bros, (repairers). Williamsburg 

*Baron N. J. (wagon). Williamstown 

*Gavett M. M. (dealer). 
Humfrees Thomas (repairer), " 

Brown George F. (light, also dealer). 

Winchendon 
Cooper George W. (dealer), " 

Mabery J. B. (dealer), " 

Montgomery W. (wagon), '* 

O'Brien T. C. (light). 
Weston C. E. (light), " 

Dowd Patrick (repairer), Winchester 

.Marion L. W. (light), 

Barnum D. & Son (wagon), Woburn 

Barrett Abel (repairer), " 

Giroux Ezra (repairer). " 

Giroux Joseph & Son (repairers), " 

Jones Charles (wagon), " 

*Pollard & Parker (repairers). " 

Svedburg E. B. (light), 
Wilson Thomas (repairer). " 

*Coolidge L. E. (dealer), Woodville 

*Aitchison Geo. T. (wagon and 
watering cart), 52 School, 

(p 84,536) Worcester 
"Ames Plow Co. (farm wagon and 

cart). 100 Prescott, 
A.rnold F. E. (repairer), Millbury 

opp Perry, " 

Bagley J. (wagon), 31 North Foster, " 
Barker J. G. (repairer), r 64 Thomas, " 
Barnes N. E. (repairer). Pleasant, 

Tatnuck, 
Bartlett Sauford A. (repairer), Mill- 
bury road, " 
Beaulieu Leri (wagon), 211 Shrews- 
bury, " 
Bouchard Eli (repairer), r 29 Thomas, " 
Brigham S. C. (repairer), Grove c 

"West Boylston, " 

*Brockway VVilliara N. (dealer), 893 

Main, 
"Brooks John H. (repairer). Nelson 

pi. c Holden, " 

Callaiian William (repairer), 53 

Grafton c Temple, " 

Carpenter A. (trimmer). 28 Waldo, " 
Chamberlain S. J. (wagon). 227 

Pleasant, " 

Charbonneau Charles (repairer), Lei- 
cester n Mill, " 
Coan Patrick (repairer), r 3 Washing- 
ton sq. " 
*Corbett H. M. (wagon). 17 North 

Foster. 
*Crockeit Bros, (wagon), 34 and 36 

Market, " 

Curtis A. Eugene (dealer), 62 Front 

and 6 Carleton. " 

Dewhurst Geo. C. (light and dealer), 

17 Park, 
Favreau Edward (wagon), Burnside 

Court, 
Fay T. J. (repairer), 113 Green, " 

Fenton Dunn & Co. (light and 

wagon). 10 Canal, " " 

*Fish Henry C. (repairer), 152 Union, " 



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GRAND RATIDS, MICH. 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 
Fuller Edward W. (repairer), 24 

Waldo, Worcester 

Garrepy William (repairer), 133 

Grafton. 
*Gilman A. L. (wagon), 33 Grafton. 
Goransson Carl (repairer), 7 Prescott, " 
Harland S. N. (trimmer), 35 Grafton, " 
*Harringtou & Bro. (wagon), 35 

Central, " 

Haynes S. A. (repairer), 7 Canal. " 

Johnson Thomas R. (repairer), 7 

Canal, 
Lane & Hadley (wagon), Lincoln n 

Burncoat, " 

*Langlois P. H. (wagon), 191 

Union. " 

Latour Camlle V. (repaiier), 195 

Southbridge, " 

Lord E. H. (deder). 895 Main, 
Marchesault J, & Son (repairers), 8 

Warren, " 

, Mathews Edwin C. & Son (repairers), 
73 Exchange, 
Mathieus & Picard (repairer), 108 

Lafayette, " 

*0'Meara John (wagon), Bridge c 

R. R. 
Ouimette E. (repairer), Southbridge, " 
Peirce W. H. (repairer), 85 School, " 

*Richmond E. A. & Co. (dealers), 

32 Waldo, 
Riggs Calvin (repairer), r 67 Ex- 
change, " 
Rocheleau Pierre (wagon), 278 

Southbridge, " 

*Russell H. J. (hearses), 32 Exchange, " 
Sampson A. & Son (wagon), 36 

Dewey, " 

*Sargent J. W. & Sou (dealers), 34 to 

38 Waldo, 
Sly Nelson M. (repairer), Shrewsbury, " 
Smallridge E. (repairer), r 64 

Thomas, 
Tebbetts F. A. (dealer), 893 Main, 
Willard Wm. H. (repairer), Green- 
wood u Upland, " 
Wilmouth J. (repairer). Mill n 

Leicester, " 

Winn Daniel D. (repairer), Chandler, " 
Wise Charles J. (repairer). Chandler 

n Mill. 
*Taylor Kilbourn M. (repairer), 

Yarmouth Port 
Thacher John G. (repairer and 
dealer). 

Carriage and Wagon Dealers, 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers. ) 



Anti-Rattler Mfrs, 



Boston 



Beard Luke, 63 Court, 

*3oston Belting Co. (rubber),256 to 

260 Devonshire, " 

■BOSTON RUBBER CO. (rubber) 
— (See opp page), 9 Otis(Win- 
throp Square), " 

Boston Woven Hose Co. (rubber, 

234 Devonshire, " 

Butts & Ordway, 500 Atlantic av. 

*Fitts Frank E. (rubber), 76 Pearl. 

*FROST THILL SPRING CO- 

(See p 60). 109 Kingston, 
Brown & Call 288 Somerville av, Somerville 
Wood S. J., 12 Brattle, Boston, and 

201 Washington, 

Axle Mfrs, 

Farr H. G. & Co. (self -lubricating), 

(17) 194 Washington, " Boston 

*National Tubular Axle Dept. of the 
National Tube Works Co. (self- 
oiling tubular), 70 Federal. " 

*Kinsley Iron and Machine Co. 

(heavy), Canton 



Dalzel Axle Co. 



South Egremout 



Axle Washer Mfrs, 

*GRILLEY C. T. (leather)-(See p 

49), 260 Dover, Boston 

UNION WASHER CO. (leather) 

— (See below), 29 Purchase, " 

Avery George H. (leather), Easthampton 

Standard Whip Co., Westfleld 

\ Bandage Mfrs, 

UNIVERSAL LEATHER 

• LACaUER CO. (fleeced 
moisture and rubber sweat for 



horses) — (See p 61), 



Franklin 



]Jiell Odometer Mfrs, 

*Hall Thomas, 19 Bromfleld, Boston 

Blacksmiths' Tools, 

(See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Blowers and Forgers, 

(f^ee MdcMnery and Tool Mfrs.) 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

LEATHER WASHERS 

SOLID LEATHER AXLE WASHERS A SPECIALTY. 

SPECIAL SIZES CUT TO ORI>EK. 



29 PURCHASE STREET, 



BOSTON, MASS. 



RINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 






BINGHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAG-ONS. 

New Style this Year. 



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Boston 
Cambridge 
132 

Lynn 
Merriniac 



Merriraacj>ort 



Bodf/ M/'r.s. 

*Biddle & Smart Co., Water u K. It,, 

Amesburj' 
*Briggs Carriage Co., 9 Cedar, " 

*Currier, Cameron & Co., 85 Elm, " 

Francis & Smith. Church, " 

Goodwin John, Merrinme, " 

Kendall, Lunt & Co., Merrimac Mill, " 
"Lane John A.. 136 Elm, 
MANAGHAN M. (See p 62), 70 

Powow, " 

McLean John, 4 Mechanics' Row, " 

MILLER BROS.-(See p 63), Mar- 
ket c Hills. 
"Parry F. D. Co., 108 Friend, 
*Spoflford >fc Smart, Oak n R. R., 
Wood A. M. , 51 and 53 Beverly, 
Reed William H., 426 Main, 
Perkins I. W. (also sleigh), 

Essex, 
Hoyt Gilman S.. 
Nichols Arthur H., 
Nichols Joseph W., 
Colby Wm. H. (also sleigh), 
Grant George A., 
Hughes Henry M., " 

Sawyer C. W., 

Sargent George H., " 

*SPOFFORD N. J. (also sleigh)— 

(Seep 63). 
Tuckwell Newton, " 

Lay Henry D., West Newbury 

Sampson A. & Son, 36 Dewey, Worcester 



t Boiler Insurance, 

*HARTFORD STEAM BOILER 
INSPECTION AND IN- 
SURANCE CO.-(Seep 54), 
office 35 Pemberton sq, Boston 

Bolt Clipjyer Mfrs. 

(See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Bolt Headers 3Ifrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 



Cloth and Lhn'nf/ {Mfrs. and 
Wliolesale Dealers). 

•BOSTON RUBBER CO. (rubber 
cloth)— (See below), !> Otis, Win- 
thr >p sq, Boston 

*Cable Rubber Co., 150 Franklin. 

"Clapp C. M. & Co. (rubber cloths), 

185 Devonshire, " 

^Cushion & Bliss (wholesale), 86 

Franklin, " 

*Hayward J. Francis, 160 Congress, " 

*Stoughton Rubber Co., 52 Sum- 
mer, " 

*KNITTED MATTRESS CO. 

(stuffing for cushion and back) 
— (See inside front cover), 

Canton Junction 
*Taunton Oil Cloth Co. (enameled 

oil cloth), 92 Wales av, Taunton 

*Slater Woolen Co. (woolen), Webster 

*lTarris Woolen Co., Woonsocket 

Worcester Carpet Co. (carpets), Brus- 
sels n Crompton, Worcester 

Coach Color 31frs. 

{See also Varnish Mfrs.) 

*Nelson T. D. & Co.. Amesbury 

*Ravnolds C. T. & Co., 153 Milk, Boston 

*S H E R WI N-WILLIAMS CO. 

THE— (See adv Ohio dept.), 152 

and 154 Pearl. 
* Valentine & Co., 164 Purchase, 
*Wadsworth. Howland& Co., 82and 

84 Washington, " 

*WOOD'S HENRY SONS CO.- 

(See below), 434 to 440 Atlantic av, " 
*Hampden Paint and Chemical Co., 

Armory, Springfield 



Curled Hair. 

*Baeder, Adamson & Co., 143 Milk, 
*Glover & Willcomb, 129 Friend, 
Haskell A. L. & Son 102 Hanover, 



Boston 



\ Curled Hair Substitute 
Mfrs. 

^KNITTED MATTRESS CO.- 

(See inside front cover), Canton Junction 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



o 



FINE RUBBER CARRIAGE CLOTH, 

Drills, Ducks, Aprons, Prop Blocks, Anti-Rattlers, Rubber Springs. 

AT.Z, KINDS OF HVBIiER MOrLI) WOTtK TTSKI) IX C.i KBIAGES. 

-A-XjXj C3-COIDS .A.TZ.'S: O-TT.A.IS.A.l^'XEEXJ 
FACTORIES. CHELSEA. I>IAS8. 9 OTIS ST. (WINTHKOP SQUARE). BOSTON. 

HE.\R1 WOOD'!^ SO.\S CO., 

MAKKRS OF 

FINE COACH COLORS, 

BOSTON, MASS., U. S. A. 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO., 



M'fru of WOOD FILLER A>D 
ROUGH STUFF, CHICAGO. 



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j; Cushion Mfrs. 

{See also Tops and Cushions.) 

*DEAN HENRY E. & CO .-(See 

p 60), Worcester 

Dash Screen JSIfrs, 

(See Pole Screen Mfrs.) 

*TITUS & WALKER-(See p 62), 

Amesbury 

Dash and Fender Stitching, 

Aldrich C. B., 85 Elm, Amesbury 

Baban Tbomas F., Water, 

Woodward W. R.. 108 Friend. 

Taylor J . L. , 28 Sudbury, Boston 

Walker W. B. *& Co., 17 Bowker, 

Tbornell J. a. P., Liberty, Merrimac 

\Eniery and Corundum Wheel 
3Ifrs. 

"NORTHAMPTON EMERY 

WHEEL CO., Leeds 

*WALTHAM EMERY WHEEL 

CO., Waltbam 

*VITRIFIED WHEEL CO.-fSee 

p 62), Elm, Westfield 

*NORTON EMERY WHEEL 

CO. — (See p 62), Worcester 

Enameled Oil Cloth Mfrs. 

*Taunton Oil Cloth Co., 92 Wales 



av, 



Taunton 



Excelsior 3Tfrs. 

Allen C. P., Barre 

Exjjort and Commission 
Merchants. 

*AdamsE. A. &Co. (Azores Islands), 

115 State, Boston 

*Cotton & Haley (West Indies), 126 
State, 

*Holmes & Nichols (West Indies), 

45 Broad, " 

*Peabod_v Henry W. & Co. (Austra- 
lia, New Zealand, South Africa, 
England, South America and 
We^st Indies), (17) 70 Kilbv, 

*Rogers John P. & Co. (Chili), 62 

India sq, " 

Gear Mfrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*Biddle & Smart Co., Water near 

R. R. , Amesbury 

*Briggs Carriage Co., 9 Cedar, " 

*Currier, Cameron «& Co., 85 Elm, " 

Kendall. Lunt & Co.. Mill, 
*Parrv F. D. Co., 108 Friend, 
*Spoffor(l & Smart. Oak near R. R., 
*Merrimac Wheel and Gear Co., Merrimac 
Sampson A ifc Son, Hfi Dnwey, AYnrrestfr 



Glass Denders and Develers. 

*Atwood Bros. Mfg. Co., Chestnut, Ame»bury 
Warwick S. D. (beveler). Chestnut, 
*HILLS, TURNER & CO., 193 

and 195 State, 90 and 92 Central, Boston 
*Lambert Bros., 53 and 55 Brattle, " 



Glue Mfrs. 

*Baeder, Adamson ct Co, 148 Milk, 
*CHASE JOSHUA S. & CO. (fish 

glue), 102 Central, 
*King D. Webster Glue Co., 166 

High, 
*Upton George, 239 Franklin, 
*Le Page Co. The (fish glue), 50 Cen- 
tral, 
*Gloucester Isinglass and Glue ("o.. 



Boston 



*Russia Cement Co. (fish glue), 
*Holt Jonathan & Co., Tanner, 
*Lynn Glue Co , 61 Myrtle, 
Searles W. L., 687 Summer, 
*Brown Geo. W., 
*Brown W. H., 



Gloucester 

4 i 

Lowell 
Lynn 

IMarblehead 
Peabody 



JSardivare 3Ifrs. 

AMESBURY FORGING CO. (car- 
riage iron forgings) — (Seep 63), 
Pleasant, Amesbury 

*Atwood Bros. Mfg. Co. (mount- 
ings). Chestnut, " 

*Lewis B. F. (thill coupling), Clark 
nElm, 

*TITUS & WALKER (mountings 
and sleiffh dash screens) — (See p 
62), Water, 

Warwick S. D. (mountings), Chest- 
nut, " 

Beard Luke (shaft spring), 63 Court, Boston 

*Boston Bolt Co., 33 Purchase, 

*Butts & Ordway (Hub thill spring), 
500 Atlantic av, 

*FROST THILL SPRING CO. 

(thill springs and anti-rattlers) 
—(See p 60), (9) 109 Kingston, ■ " 

Mitchell Buckle Mfg. Co. (buckles), 

21 T rem out row, " 

*RUBBER STEP MFG. CO. (rub- 
ber coveieu steps) — (^See below), 
43 Haverhill. 

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New Patterns. 
Improved Construction. 

The Safest and Hand- 
somest Carriage Steps 
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Hardware Mfrs. — contin ued. 

Strong- George M. (shaft tips), 185 

Sumner (Eiist Boston), Boston 

*Turton Thomas & Sons, limited, 

Ahxn Arthur, agent, 40 Kilby, " 

*Wooster F. V. (specialties), 66 Bev- 
erly. 

FLORENCE TACK CO. (tucks), 

Florence 

*Wells Bros. & Co. (wrenches, tire 
"wheels, thill couplings, etc.), 

Greenfield 

Flanders M. C. (whitlletree plates 

and top props), Merrimac 

Larkin George G. (top stays), " 

Merrimac Plating Works (mount- 
ings), " 

Ruel Lawrence (hinges), " 

Sargent Edward P. (top props), Lib- 
erty, " 

*Hayes N. P. (seat riser), 65 William, 

New Bedford 

Acme Thill Coupling Association, 82 

Boston, Salem 

Brown & Call (shaft couplings and 
anti-rattlers), 288 Somerville av. 

Somerville 

Wood S. J. (anti-rattlers and nut- 
lock), 12 Brattle, Boston, and 
201 Washington, 

*Dalzell & Ives Wrought Box Co., 

South Egremont 

Avery John G. (anti- friction bear- 
ings), Spencer 

*Taunton Tack Co. (rivets), rear 45 

Weir, Taunton 

*WHITNEY COUPLING CO. 

(shaft coupling and seatfastener) 

—(See p 61), Whitinsville 

*Arcade Malleable Iron Co. (cast- 
ings), 63 Washington sq, Worcester 

*Worcester Malleable Iron Works 

(castings), Albany c Muskeego, " 

Sard ware and Suj>ply 
Dealers, 

Babcock S. E., 48 Elm, Amesbury 

Brown, McClure & Co. (iron and 

steel). Oak n R. R., 
*Poyen John S. & Co., 71 Elm, 
*Sanderson E. P. Co. (iron and 

steel) " 

*WING' CHARLES & CO.-(See 

below) (wholesale), 
*PaigeC. F. & Co., 
*Parmenter L. C. & Co., 
*Brad!ee, Hastings & Co. (wholesale), 

155 High and 110 Oliver. 
*Brewer Chas. & Co., 27 Kilby. 



Athol 



Boston 



*Brigham Charles E. (iron and steel), 

22 Fulton, Boston 

*Brown, McClure & Co. (iron and 

st ;el and heavy), 69 Purchase, " 

*Butts & Ordway, 500 Atlantic av. 
*Chase, Parker »to Co. (wholesale), 33 

Pearl, 
*Dodge, Haley & Co. (wholesale), 

218 High, " . 

*Fuller Dana & Fitz (heavy), 110 

North, 
Harrington & Co. (heavy), 68 Beverly, " 
*Hill & Laugtry, 90 Federal, 
*McCanu Bernard (heavy), 11 and 13 

Fulton, 
*Richardson Charles T. (heavy), 41 

and 43 Fulton, 
*Sanderson E. P. Co. (heavy), 68 

Beverly, " 

*ShuteFranck & Co. (heavy), 39 

Pearl, " 

Todd Robert J., 49 Beverly, 
Union Stone Co. (glue, pumice stone, 

etc.), 38 Hawley, 
*Wadsworth, Howland & Co. (paints, 

brushes, etc.), 82 Washington, " 

*Wood A. M. (woodwork), 51 and 

53 Beverly, 
*Wooster F. V., 66 Beverly, 
*Congdon, Carpenter & Co. (whole- 
sale, 50 and 52 Pocasset, Fall River 
*Baker Bros. & Co., 350 Main, Fitchburg 
*Lawrence A. B. Co., 9 Water, 
*Wright I. C. & Co., 135 Main, 
*Harvey Geo., estate of, Gloucester 
*Brewer J. A., Great Barrington 
*Allen's S. Sons, Greenfield 
Sheldon & Newcomb, 87 Main, " 
*Fellows C. H. & Co., Haverhill 
i *Perry A. H. (wheels, wheelstock, 
I etc.), 66 Crescent, Holyoke 
*Russell J. & Co., 23 Dwight. 
*Lawrence Hardware Co., 582 Essex. 

Lawrence 
*Boutwell Bros, (heavy), 13 Shat 

tuck, Lowell 

*Little & Larkin (wholesale and re- 
tail), Merrimac 
^'Poyen J. S. & Co. (wholesale and 

retail) " 

*BrockS.'A., Milford 

*Handy Jonathan, 13 Centre, New Bedford 
*HayesN. P., 65 William, 
Swift Pelham E. (woodwork), 38 

South Water, 
*Burlingame & Darbys, North Adams 

*Woodbury L. P., 162 Main, Northampton 
*Pierson & Son, 23 North, Piltsfield 

*Williams E. (light), 90 North, 
*Newell B. H. & Co., Shelburne Falls 

*Foote, Homer & Co., 498 Main, Springfield 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

CARRIAGE HARDWARE % TRIMMINGS. 

Mauufactnrers of Carriage Leather Strappings of Eveiy Description. 
AMESBURY, 31ASS. 



WIDE CARRIAGE PANELS 



MAXrFArTURED BY 

GRAND R\PII)S VENEER WORKS, 

GRAND liAi'IDS, MICH. 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 



'^ 



Hardware and Supply Dealers. — continued. 
*Lewis Charles C. (wholesale), 30 

Lyman, Springfield 

* Webster F. I., Turners Falls 
Blake, Boutwell & Co., Foster c 

Mechanic, " 

*Pratt & Inraan (heavy), 15 and 17 

Washington sq, " 

Hardivood Lumber. 

*Bickford Horace M., (16) 71 Kilby, Boston 
^Chicago Lumber Co., (11) 71 Kilby, 
*Clapp Alfred & Co., (13) 11 Central, 
*Clark tt Smith, Beverly c Travers, 
*Davenport, Peters & Co., (8) 70 

Kilby, 
*Eastman E. C. & Co., (9)11 Central, 
*Treworgy W. H. & Co., (8) 30 Kilby, 
Winde Henry J., 102 Beverly, 
*W"ood A. M., 51 and 53 Beverly, 

* Woods John M. & Co., 92 Canal, 
*Rice & Lockwood Lumber Co., 352 

Main, Springfield 

Sub and SpoUe Mfrs, 

{See also Woodicork Mfrs.) 

Snow E. S. (spokes). Belchertown 

^AMERICAN WHEEL CO.-(See 

front col'd p III), 319 A near 

Congress, (South Boston), Boston 

*Gillett E. A. & Sons (dealers), 230 

Rutherford av (Charlestown), " 

*Reed Charles G., 279 South, 
Brown L. & Co. (hubs), 5 Main, Fitcbburg 
*SKINNER & SCOTT-(See p 

62), 71 State, Lynn 

*Reed Charles G., 23 Mulberry, Worcester 
Winn Jeremiah, 29 Cypress, " 

Jack Mfrs. 

*True David, Amesbury 

*Ames Plow Co., Quincy Hall, 

South Market, Boston 

*Boston & Lockport Block Co., 162 

Commercial, " 

Prescott E., 21 Hamilton, 
Scott Wm. J., 25 Warren (Roxbury), 
Aetna Mfg. Co., 134 Lyman, Springfield 

Ames Plow Co., 100 Prescott, Worcester 

Liainp 3Ifrs. 

*Atwood Bros. Mfg. Co., Chestnut, 

Amesbury 
Warwick S. D., Chestnut, 
*Colgan J. W., 90 Sudbury, Boston 

*Waldron J. V. & Bro., 40 Sudbury, " 

Leather 3Ifrs. 

*ESSEX LEATHER CO. (enam- 
eled) — (See p 245), 24 Carriage 
av, Amesbury 

*Evans Artificial Leather Co. (imi- 
tation), 88 Pearl, Boston 

Grummon J. W. (mfrs'. agent) (enam- 
eled), 17 Bowker. 



3Iachinery and Tool 3£frs. 

England Geo. W. & Co. (wood and 

iron working), Amesbury 

Pettingill C. F. (woodworking). 

Mechanics Row, " 

*Beaudry & Co. (duplex power 

press), (4) 70 Kilby, Boston 

*Boston Blower Co. (blowers and 

forges), 281 Franklin, 
*Bradley & Co. (hammer and forge), 

98 Sudbury, " 

*BURKE P. F. (horsehoers' vises 
and tuyere irons)— (See p 269) 
360 Dorchester av, " 

*Chandler & Washburn (vise), 30 
Kilby, 

*Elliott Dash Stitching Machine Co. 
(11) 48 Congress, 

Farr H. G. & Co. (milling machine), 
(17) 194 Washington. 

*Lovewell S. K. & Co. (woodwork- 
ing), 50 Oliver, 

*MARSTON J. M. & CO. (hand 
and foot power woodworking), 
—(See p 60), 62 Lenox, 

*Porter H. K. (bolt clipper), 66 Bev- 
erly, 

'ROGERS C. B. & CO (woodwork- 
ing)— (See p 54), 94 Pearl, 

*Sherburne & Co. (tire heating 

machine), 53 Oliver, " 

*SINGER MFG. CO. THE (sew- 
ing machines) — (See p 4), 110 
Pearl, 

Smith Friction Drill and Tool Co. 
(combination socket wrench) , 38 
Oliver, 

*Sturtevant B. F. (blowers, portable 

forges, etc.) 34 Oliver, " 

*Thomson Electric Welding Co. 
(electric welding machine), 89 
State, 

*Kinsley Iron and Machine Co. (tire 

benders), Canton 

*REECE V. J.(screw cutting tools), 

—(See p 60), Greenfield 

* Wells Bros. & Co. (general line), 

*WILEY & RUSSELL MFG. 

CO. (general line), — (See p 
60), 

^MORSE TWIST DRILL AND 
MACHINE CO. (drills, chucks, 
reamers and machine bit mfrs.), 
—(Seep 61), Bedford c Fourth, 

New Bedford 

■•■'Boynton & Plummer (tire benders, 
bolt headers, etc.) 52 Lagrange, 

Worcester 

"Goddard Asa (upright drill), 17 
Water, 

*McIver Bros. Machine Co. (spoke- 
lathe), Hammond n R. R. " 

•NORTON EMERY WHEEL 

CO.— (See p 63), 
*Witherl)y, Rugg & Richardson 

(hub mortising), 26 Salisbury, " 



DROP-AXLE BUGGIES, 
BANNER ROAD WAGONS, 
BANNER SPRING SURREYS. 



cd — 



B 



INGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



26n 






Name Plate Jl/'rs. 

*Atwood Bros. Mfg. Co., Chestnut, 

Amesbury 
*TITUS & WALKER-(See p 

62), Water. 
Hillman John J., 28 Sudbury, Boston 

Holt John, 55* Sudbury, 
Mitchell A. W.. 200 WiishiiT^-ton, 
*ROBBINS JOHN MFG. CO., 58 

Kneeland, " 

*Waldrou J. V. & Bro., 40 Sudbury, " 
Merrimac Plating Works, Merrimac 

Week Yoke JIfrs. 

(See Woodicork Mfrs.) 

Pole 3Ifrs. 

(See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*Bailey S. R. & Co., Chestnut, Amesbury 
*Currier, Cameron & Co., 85 Elm, 
Ellison G. W. & Co. (adjustable), 45 

Cedar, 
Holt A. A. (adjustable), Fitchburg 

Pole Screens JIfrs. 

*Atwood Bros. ^Ifg. Co., Chestnut, Amesburv 
*TITIIS & WALKER-(See p 62). " 



Sleigh Dealers. 

(See Sleigh Mfrs.) 

SleUjJi Mfrs. 

Bowen, Chesboro & Co. , Adams 

Biitterworth D. N. (dealer), Agawam 

"Bailey S. R. & Co. (in wood and 

ironed), Chestnut, Amesbury 

*Biddle & Smart Co., Water near 

railroad, " 

^^CHASE HERBERT F.-(See p 

245), 22 Carriatre av, " 

*Clark J. H. & Co^, ?, CarriaLie av, 
*DRUMMOND ROBERT «& 



SON-(See p245), 12 



Carriage 



av. 



Merrimac Plating Works, 



Merrimac 



P libber Goods Mfrs. 

*BOSTON RUBBER CO. (cloths 
and aprons and mould work) — 
(See p 261), 9 Otis, Winthrop 
square, Boston 

*Boston Woven Hose Co. (anti-rat- 
tlers and springs), 234 Devon- 
shire, 

*Cable Rubber Co. (drills and duck 
cloth), 150 Franklin, 

*Clapp C. M. & Co. (cloths and 
aprons), 183 Devonshire and 44 
Arch, 

*Fitts Frank E. (anti-rattler), 76 
Read, 

*Hayward J. Francis (cloth and 
apron dealer), 160 Congress, 

*Revere Rubber Co. (mats), 63 Frank- 
lin, 

"RUBBER STEP MFG. CO. (rub- 
ber covereil steps)— (See p 262), 
43 Haverhill, 

*Stoughton Rubber Co. (cloths, 
aprons, etc), 52 Summer, 

Shaft Coujilhiff Mfrs. 

(See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Wifk Mfrs. 

^NOXOTUCK SILK CO., 18 Sum- 
mer, Boston and Florence 



*Hagan & Connor, 6 Railroad av, 
*Locke & Jewell, 6 Mechanic Row, 
Lonff C. W. & Co., near depot, 
MANAGHAN M. (in the white)- 

(See p 62), 70 Powow, 
*Osgood Geo. W., 27 Powow, 
*Shrels John H. & Co., Clark c Elm, 
*Spofford & Smart (in the white and 

ironed), 
^Osgood C. H. (dealer), 
Russell Fred C, 
Richardson W. H. (dealer), 
White W. Frederick (dealer), 
Stiwin L. C. (dealer), 
Cheney L. H., 
McVicar P. A. , 
"Whitney Frederick, 
Stone A. R., 
Burnett William, 
Stratton S. W. (dealer), 
Sawyer E. C. 
Bennett E." W. (heavy traverse), 



Amherst 

Ashburnham 

Athol 

Athol Center 

Aubumdale 

Ayer 

Barre 

Belchertown 

Bernardstown 

Beverly 

Blandford 



Bates A. M. & Sons (dealers), 25 
Haverhill, 

*Cameron W. C. (dealer), 767 Cen- 
ter (J. P.) 

Coleman M. & Son (dealers), 121 
Portland, 

Dodge J. H. (heavy), 283 to 291 
Rutherford av (Charlestown), 

*Dwyer M. & Co. (pungs), 358 Dor- 
chester av (S. B.), 

*Euiond J. P. & W. H. (also dealers), 
2111 and 2115 Washington, 

^French Ferd F. & Co , limited 
(dealers), 14 to 24 Sudburj-, 

Henderson P .H. (dealer), 126 South 

(J. P.). 

'Isburgh & Co. (dealers), 8 to 12 
East and 205 Essex, 

*Kimball Bros, (also dealers), 110 to 
114 Sudbury, 

Knowles R. C. (dealer), 173 Friend, 

^Lownsbro George (pungs), 171 Bor- 
den (East B.), 

Moses Wagon Co. (puusrs and dealers), 
28 East, 

Pierce J. D. (pungs), 445 Neponset 
av. 

Pra}' Joseph F., Byron c Brimmer, 

*Quinsler & Co.. 28 Cambria. 

*R')well H. T. (pungs). 89 Travers, 



Boston 



USE THICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO.'S WOOD FILLERS 

V> FOR "XATLK-Al." AND "AXTIQUE" FIKItiH. ., 



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Cambriflge 



Sleigh Mfrs. — continued. 

*Sargeut Francis & Co. (dealers), 72 

Sudbury, Boston 

*Scott John A. & Son, 25 to 29 War- 
ren, " 
*Smitli J. T. & Co., 2170 to 2178 

Washington (Roxbury), " 

*Stewart S. A. & Co. (also dealers), 

13 Green, 
*Stone W. P. & Co. (sleds), 179 West 

1st, (South Boston), 
*Thomas C. & Co., 101 and 103 

Chestnut " 

*Tyner Richard & Co. (dealers), 69 

to 73 Sudbury, 
*Walker C. T. (dealer), 166 Port- 
land, 
*Wood A. M. (in the white), 51 and 

53 Beverly, 
Blackey Bros, (pungs), Brockton 

Carver W. O. (pungs), " 

*Nye J. H. (dealer). " 

*Porter A. S. & Sons (dealers), " 

Henderson Bros, (dealers), 232 North 

av, 
*Henderson George R. (dealer), 270 

North av, 

Xavier Ansel F. (pungs), 434 Main, " 
*Stewart Bros., 244 Main, Cambridgeport 

* Waugh Charles & Co. (also dealers), 

442 to 450 Main, 
Gerry John (dealer), Charlemont 

CLARK EDSON-(See p 60), (Ash- 

leyville), Chicopee 

Cheney H. I. (dealer), Clinton 

*Howard Bros, (dealers), 
Liudsey F. H. (dealer), Dana 

Brooks Lawrence, Dunstable 

Webber Melvin D. (dealer), East Bridgewater 
Champlin Frank, East Lougnieadovv 

*Goegin E. (dealer). East Pepperell 

*Peck & White (dealers), 100 Pocas- 

set. Fall River 

Easton C. C. (dealer), Feeding Hills 

Holt A. A., 106 Lunenburg, Fitchbing 

Crandall E. E. (dealer), Framinghani 

Stewart R. B. & Co. (sieas), Franklin 

Lord J. B & O. C. (dealers), Gardmr 

Gleason H. L., " 

Adams Johannes (dealer), Georgetown 

*Davis W. H. H. (dealer), Gloucester 

Scammons S. G. (pungs), 

*Gibbons J. M., Granville 

*Brewer J. A. (dealer), 
Easland H., 
*Humphrev E. D., 
Hunt A. J." 

Sabiu George W., " 

Turner C. G., 

Gamache Theodore, Greenfield 

*Moore Oramel, 

Mansur Charles, 46 Fleet, Haverhill 

Young Bros., 13 and 15 Fleet, 
McCarter C. H. (dealer), Holbrook 

Allen J. C. (dealer), Hoideu 

*Petts L. G. (dealer). 

Partridge It. P. & A. B., Hollislon 

Casey James J., Race c Spring, Holyoke 

*Fenton & Dunn, 84 Hampden, " 

Giblin Pafick II. (dealer). Spring, 



Great Barrington 



* White L. B. (dealer), 56 Fairfield, H<Jyoke 
*Cole C. F. (dealer), Huntington 
Graffum James, Ipswich 
Bryant A. & Sons (pungs), 262 Low- 
ell Lawrence 

*Farnh'am J. W. & Son, 258 Lowell, 
Joyce J. W. & Co. (pungs), 102 

Concord, " 

Snow F. A. & Son, 1 West, 
*Stowell Joseph, 317 Common, 
Fiske F. F. (dealer), Leominster 

Foster Joseph, " 

Bryant E. P., 23 West Third, Lowell 

*Fay Bros. & Hosford (dealers), 173 

to 185 Central, 
*Hanson C. H. & Co. (dealers), 39 to 

45 Rock, 
*0'Dowd H. J. & Co. (dealers), 10 

Dutton, " 

*Sawyer Carriage Co., 85 Middle, " 

♦Taylor George H. (dealer), 7 

Nichols, 
Fairbanks George L. (dealer), Lunenburg 

*Dennis J. D. (pungs), 274 Broad, Lvnn 

Duffy J. B. (pungs), 449 Union, 
O'Neil D. (pungs), 112 Central av, 
Perkins I. W. (in the white), 132 

Essex, " 

Sawyer & Chase, 30 Farrar, " 

Twombly Bros, (pungs), 781 West- 
ern av, " 
*Keen William B. & Son (speeding), Maiden 
King L. R. & Son, Mansfield 
Winslow George, " 
*Adams (jreorge & Sons, Merrimac 
*Clement M. G. & Son, 
^Lancaster J. A. & Co.. " 
*LoudBros., " 
*Means & Hopkins, " 
Stevens H. G. & H. W. Co., 
Chase Wm. & Sons, Merrimacport 
*ColbyA. M., 
Colby W. II. (in the white), 
*SPOFFORD N. J. (in the white) 

—(Seep 63), 
Graham J. M. (dealer), Methuen 

Sargent E. R. (dealer), " 

Hutchinson L.. Monson 

Martin J. H., 

Clapp Avery, Montague 

Clapp Joseph, 

Richardson L. J., Montville 

*Macewen J. D., Natick 

*Brownell George L. (dealer), Acush- 

net c Cannon, New Bedford 

Forbes J. R. &Co. (dealers), 33 Elm, 
Lougee Parker M. & Co , Newburyport 

Crossley H. G. dealer). North Abington 

Barber J. M.. North Adams 

Ketchum C. E. (dealer), 
Minor O.S., 
*Vadner&Bro., 
Davis R. B. (sleds), Northampton 

* Wright D. J. (dealer), 

*Rounds G. E. (dealer). North Attleboro 

McLane J. B. (also pungs). North Reading 
Crawford Wm. S., Oakham 

Dole & Osgood (pucgs). Peabody 

*Pike & Whipple (dealers). 
*Ga1e Br )s. (doalers), 94 North. Pittsfield 



DINGHAMTON WAGON CO., 

U^-^ BmGHAMTON, JS". Y., U. S. A. 



1^ 

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IMAKES PK.OMFT 

SHIPMENT 



For Explanatory Notes, see p 95. 



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267 



~^ 



Piltsfield 



Rockland 
Rockport 

(t 

Rowley 

Rutland 

Salem 

Sharon 

SLeffield 

Sbelburne Falls 

Shirley Village 

Southbridge 

South Framinghaui 

South Gardner 



Sleigh 2ffrs. — continued. 

Mead E. B. (dealer). 21 North, 

*MerrillC. E.. rear 140 North, 

Shaver E. A., Clapp av, 

Pittsfield Carriage Co.. 22 McKay, 

*Hunt Horace M. (dealer), 

Cogswell James, 

*Weber Philip. 

Woodford Austin R., 

*Daniels George E., 

Smith D. F., 

Babcock C. F. (pungs), 274 Bridge, 

Vogel' George W., 

Harper C. S.. 

*Con\vay J E. (dealer), 

*Guilford & Wood (dealers). 

Smith G. F:, 

Davis George W. (dealer), 

Wells George S. (dealer;, 

Ouimetle J. & Son (dealers), 

Crandall E. E. (dealer), 

Earle & Howe (dealers), 

*Sawin L. & Son, 

*South Gardner Carriage Co., " 

* Wellington George W., South Lancaster 

*BurreirWm. (dealer). South Weymouth 

Barnes H. R., Southwick 

Butterworth D. N. (dealer), 60 

Dwight, Springtield 

Rogers J. H. (dealer), 35 Sanford, 
*Smith W. H. (dealer), 2 Park, 
Morissey Dennis, 
Hill ifc Hersey (dealers), 
WallR. D., 
*Abbey G. F., 
Warren AV. W. (dealer), 
Browuell & Burt (dealers), 10 Wash- 
ington, Taunton 
*Peck & White (dealers), 39 Weir, 
Farwell C. R. (dealer), Townsend 
Flagg George A.. Waltham 
Crocker Harvey, Wareham 
Warren W. H. (dealer), Webster 
Evans S. C, Wellesley 
Clark Jason, Wenhani 
*Fcrbes D. W. & Son, Westboro 
Parsons Henry A. , Weslfield 
Schmidt Fred", (dealer), Park Sq. Hotel, " 
Gould W. J. (dealer), Westford 
Shepard E. I., West Maustield 
*Carpenter J. P. (dealer), West Stockbridge 
Peck C. E. (heavy sleitchs), Wilbraham 



Williamsburg 
Williamstowu 



Stockbridge 
Sloneham 

Sunderland 



Graves Bros., 

*Baron N. J. (dealer). 

Humfress Thomas, " 

Brown Geo. F. & Co. Winchendon 

Cooper George W. (dealer), " 

Mabery J. B. (dealer), 

Montgomery William, " 

Svedburg E. B., Woburn 

*Coolidge L. E. (dealer). Woodville 

*Aitchison Geo. T. (sleds), 52 School. 

WorcGstfcr 
*Brockway William N. (dealer). 898 

Main, 
Curtis A. Eugene (dealer), 62 Front, 
Dewhurst Geo. C. (dealer). 17 Park, 
Fenton. Dunn & Co., 10 Canal, 
*Gilman A. L., 33 Grafton, 
*Richmond E. A. & Co. (dealers), 30 

and 32 Waldo. 
*Sargent J. W. & Son (dealers), 34 

to 38 Waldo, 

\Slei(fh Shoe Mfrs. 

*Stevens Geo. A., Hartsville 

SpoK'eti, 

{See Hub and Spoke Mfrs. ) 

SprifHf llfrs. 

*Lane T. W., Ctiestnut, Amesbury 

*LewisB. F., Clark n Elm, 
Crowley J. S. (heavy), 29 Bowker, Boston 
"Fitts Frank E. (rubber wagon), 74 

and 76 Pearl. 
Palmer Joseph, 261 Rutherford av, 

(Charlesiown). " 

Tuttle J. D., 165 Dorchester av, 
Linton Wood Soring Carriage Co.' 

The, 53 Maxfield. New Bedford 

\Sj)i'hi(f Steel Mfrs. 

*TURTON THOMAS & SONS 

(limited) (successors to A\ m. 
Greaves & Sons) Alan Arthur, 



agent, 



40 Kilby, 



Boston 



Tacks, Lini}nj JVails, Etc. 

3ffrs. 

^AMERICAN TACK CO.-(See below), 

72 Portland, Fair Haven and Boston 



TACKS 



Small Nails of all Kinds, 

Finishing Nails and Brads, 

Wire Nails, Wire Brads, 

Lining and Saddle Nails, 

TUFTING BUTTONS 



AMERSCAN TACK COMPANY, 



X. Y. Salesroom, 
116 Chambers Street. 



Cincinnati Salesroom, 
349 Main Street. 



St. Louis Salesroom, 
809 N. Fourth Street. 



FACTORY, FA-IKHAVEIV, M:A«!^., 

20 South ChRrle^ St.. BALTIMORE; 72 Portland St., BOSTON. 

WIDE CARRIAGE PANELS --sJ!E^I?„--' 



3t 



For ExplanatO'y Xotes, see p K, 



268 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Tacks, Lining Nails, Etc. Mfrs. — continued. 

*Boston Button Co.. 326 A. S. B., Boston 

*Dunbar, Hobart & Co., 

South Abin,s:ton Station, Whitman 
^FLORENCE TACK CO., Florence 

*riELD A. & SONS-(See below), 

21 Spring, Taunton 

Thill Coupllnff Mfrs. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 

Thill Sj^rings. 

{See Hardware Mfrs.) 



\ Thread. 

*WARREN THREAD CO. THE 

(mfrs. spool cotton), Ashland 

*BARBOUR BROS. CO. THE 

(linen and flax)— (See adv. New 

York department), 67 Lincoln, Boston 

*LEESON J. R. & CO. (importers) 
—(See below), 298 Devonshire, 

T/re Bender 3Ifrs, 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 



ESTABLISHED 1827. 



A. FIELD & SONS, 



.MAXTFACTFREKS OP 




TACKS, WIRE NAILS, LININ 

TUFTING BUTTONS, Etc. 

Warehouses: New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Chicago, 
Factories: Taunton, Mass. 

J. R. LEESON & CO., 

Linen Thread Importers. 

Selling Agents in the U. S. A. for FIIJLAYSON, BOUSFIELD & CO., 
Johnstone, Scotland ; aud THE FLAX MILLS, Grafton, Mass. 

298 DEVONSHFCr! ST., BOSTON. 



IS, 






•) cv Jt?^} P'^i'f'cuiar attention to the Machine Threads we mate for the Carriage Afanufacturers especially, on halls, 
fvh'hiii 't'm*^"'^!?- These fire acknowledged by all to he the hest in the market. Adopted by every machine on 
ttie mactXns wo^Uii'io'""'^''^'''""'''''^''"'''''''*''''''^ Mechanics' institute Fair, 1881 (Boston), to show the quality of work 

.i»i".'^'*''*oy«'r~'^^.^!^'""'<=l!.''t" ^>w York: ^(it I>Inin St., Ciiioinnnti. O. : 405 Avrli st., Pliiln- 
dPIph a; ^40 Franklin St., Chicago; 20'^ California St., Sau Francisco; 415 North (seventh St., 
St. Iannis. 



•o 



QUALITY, STYLE ^f^D FINISH FIRST; price afterward. 



Binghamton Wagon Go,, Binghamton, N. Y^jf 

For Explanatory Note?, Fee p 95. 






D 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



269 






fToe Calk Mfrs. 

"BURKE P. F— (See below). 360 
DorcLiester, 



Boston 



Top Dresfiiiif/ Mfrs. 

^Prussian Army Oil Mfg. Co., 33 

India Wharf, Boston 

*Riclimond C. C. & Co., 8 Central 
Wharf, 

*WiKisvv()rlh, llowland & Co. , 82 and 
84 Washington, 

* White A. A. & Co., 36 Sudbury, 

*Miller Lyman M , Chelsea 

UNIVERSAL LEATHER LAC- 
QUER CO.— (t^ee p (51), Franklin 

*Canton Paint and Oil Co., Melrose 

BluineMfg. Co., West Acton 

Top and Cushion M/'rs. 

Whitcher Frank R. , Main, Amesbury 

Painohard V'ictor(cushioii),l.i7 Market, Lowell 
*DEAN HENRY E. & CO. (wire 

cushions) — (dee p 60), 180 Austin, 

Worcester 
Hale & Bemis (wire cushions), 26 

Southbrldge, " 

*Kelley E. & Co. (wire cushions), 509 

Main, " 

t Trimmers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

Trimmiuf/ Mfrs. 

{See also Hardware Mfrs.) 
*Atwood Bros. Mfg. Co. (mount- 



ings). Chestnut. 



Amesbury 



*TITUS & WALKER (mount- 
ings)— (See p 62), Water, 

*WING CHARLES & CO. (strap- 
ping)— (See p 263), Water, 

*BOSTON RUBBER CO. (rubber 
cloths)— (See p 261), 9 Otis, Win- 
throp sq, Boston 

*Eberle G. A. (also hearse), 93 
Oliver, 

Mitchell Buckle Mfg. Co. (buckles, 
21 Tremont Row, 

*NEW ENGLAND SOCKET CO. 

(whip .sockets)- (See p 61), Bev- 
erly and " 
*Tower S. D. wagon cushions), Coliasset 
Eberle G. A. (also hearse), Maiden 

Tuyere Iron Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

PC DIIDI/C Suecpswrto 

. r. DUeiNu^ c.f.dewick&co. 

Manufacturer of A 

PATENT STEEL r^ 
I Blunt and Sliarp) 

TOE-CALKS. 

— AldO— 

BuEKE's Improved 

HORSESHOERS' 
FOOT VICE. 

Send for Circularti. 

k 3601)orcliesier/iy. me f.^veming 

BOSTON, MASS. Sharp Calks. 





Varnish Mfrs. 

{See (iho Coach Color Mfrs.) 

*BABCOCK J. & CO.-(See p 247), 

104 Water. Boston 

*Babcook Varnisii Co., 154 Pearl, 
*Berry Bros., 42 Pearl. 

^CHICAGO VARNISH CO. 

(winks, 204 line, Chicago) — 
(See front cover), 109 Pearl, 
Hildreth Varnisii Co., 1(14 Broad, 
*Lawson Varnish Co., 168 Purchase, " 
Lincoln Geo. B., 68 Fellows, 
*Murphy & Co., 186 to 140 Pearl, 
Reed C. C. & Co., 153 Congress, 
*Richardson B. J., 140 Congress, " 

*Richardson Charles & Co., 85 Oli- 
ver, " 
*Stimson Varnish Co., 149 Milk, 
*Valentine & Co., 164 Purchase, 
*Wadsworth, Howland & Co., 82 

and 84 Wasliinuton, " 

*WOODS HENRY SONS CO.- 

(See p 261 ). 434 to 440 Atlantic av, " 
Miller Lyman M. (for the trade), Chelsea 

Somes Thomas P. & Co., 1016 

Broadway, " 

Easterbrook James & Co., 

Newton Upper Falls 
*Hampden Paint and Chemical Co., 

Armory, Springfield 

Vise Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Wagon Makers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 

t Wagon Cover Mfrs. 

Amesbury 



Boston 



Lowell 



Whitcher Frank R., Main, 

Hoy t George T. & Co., 52 South 

Market, 
*Trundy & Co., 59 Broad, 
* Wheeler I. W. & Co., 64 Commer- 
cial, 
Cross John, 45 Dutton, 
Lynn Awning Co., W. H. Amerige 

agent, 118 Munroe, Lynn 

Burgin Bros., 17 Market, Springfield 

Bowman H. A. & Co. (waterproof), 

418 Main, Worcester 

Wagon Unibi^ella Mfrs. 

Burgin Bros., 17 Market, Springfield 

Washer Mfrs. 

*GRILLEY C. T. (leather, axle and 

top prop)- (See p 49), 260 Dover, Boston 

UNION WASHER CO. (leather), 
29 Purchase, 

Avery Geo. H. (leather), Eastbampton 

*Standard Whip Co., Westfield 

\ Welding ComjJOimd Mfrs. 

McLeod H. S. & Co., 454 Main, Cambridgeport 

f Welding Dies. 

*BURKE P. F. (for sharp toe chalks) 
— (See opposite), 360 Dorchester 
av, Boston 



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t Welding Machine ft/ [Electric 

Mfrs.) 

{See also Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

^THOMSON ELECTEIC WELD- 
ING CO., 89 State, Boston 

. Wheel Mfrs. 

(See also Woodwork and Hub and Spoke Mfrs.) 

*Blddle & Smart Co., Water n R. R., 

Amesbury 

*Briggs Carriage Co., 9 Cedar, " 

Kendall, Lunt & Co., Mill, 

*Merrill F S.. 85 Elm, 

^AMERICAN WHEEL CO.-(See 
front col'd p III). 319 A near 
Congress, (South Boston), Boston 

*Boston Sarven Wheel Co., 43 Bev- 
erly, 

*Reed Charles G., 279 South. 

*ARCHIBALD WHEEL CO. (me- 
tallic hub)— (See p 62), 143 
West, Lawrence 

*SKINNER & SCOTT-(See p 63), 

71 State, Lynn 

*.Merrimac Wheel & Gear Co., Menimac 

Morrison D. & Co., Milford 

* Daniels George E. , Rowley 
*F'axon Elisha J., 7 Front, Salem 
*Eames A. M. & Co., South Framingham 
*Reed Charles G., 23 Mulberry, Worcester 
Winn Jeremiah, 29 Cypress, 

Whip Socket Mfrs, 

{See also Trimming Mfrs.) 

*NEW ENGLAND SOCKET CO. 

— (See p 61), Beverly and Boston 

FuUington A. J. (leather), Merrimac 

*Massasoit Whip* Co. (socket and 

rein holder), Westfield 

\Whitneifs CoiipUnf/ Mfrs. 

* WHITNEY COUPLING CO.- 

(See p 61;, Whitinsville 

Woodivork Mfrs. 

*Bailey S. R. & Co. (poles). Chestnut, 

Amesbury 
*Biddle & Smart Co. (bodies and 

gears), Water near railroad, 
*Briggs Carriage Co. (bodies, gears 

and wheels),, 9 Cedar, 
*Currier, Cameron & Co. (bodies, 

gears, shafts and poles), 85 Elm, 
Francis & Smith (bodies). Church, 
Kendall, Lunt & Co. (gears, bodies, 

and wheels). Mill, 
Lane John A. (bodies), 136 Elm, 
MANAGHAN M. (bodies)-(See p 

62), 70 Powow, 
McLean John (bodies), 4 Mechanics 

Row, 
*Merrill F. S. (wheels), 85 Elm, 
MILLER BROS. (bodies)-(See p 

63), Market c Hills, 
*Parry F. D. Co. (bodies and gears), 

108 Friend, 



*Spnffor(l & Smart (lM)(iics and gears), 

Oak njar railroad, Amesbury 

Snow E. S. (spokes, etc.), Belchertown 

*AMERICAN WHEEL CO.-(See 
front col'd p III), 319 A near 
Congress (S. B.), Boston 

*Boston Sarven Wheel Co. (wheels), 
43 Beverly, 

Gilchrist William (sleiffh runners), 
136 Border (E. B.)^ 

*Gillett E. A. & Sons (bent stuff), 
230 Rutherford av (Charles- 
town), " 

*Kimball Bros, (hub runner), 110 to 
114 Sudbury, 

*Reed Charles G.. 279 and 281 
South, 

*Sanderson E. P. Co. (dealers), 68 

Beverly, " 

Reed William H. (bodies). 462 Main, 

Cambridge 

Holt A. A. (adjustable pole), Fitchburg 

*PerryA. H. (wheels, etc.), 66 Cres- 
cent, Holyoke 

^ARCHIBALD WHEEL CO. 

(wheels)— (See p 62), 142 West, Lawrence 
Leicester Pole Co. (poles), Leicester 

Perkins I. W. (bodies), 132 Essex, Lynn 

*SKINNER & SCOTT (wheels)- 

(See p62). 71 State, 
Hoyt Giimau S. (bodies), Merrimac 

*Merrimac Wheel and Gear Co. 

(wheels and gears), " 

Nichols Arthur H. (bodies), " 

Nichols Jos. W. (bodies), " 

Patten G. B. (bows). 
Colby Wm. H. (bodies and 

woods), 
Grant George A. (bodies), 
Hughes Henry M. (bodies), " 

Sargent Geo. H. (bodies), " 

Savvver C. W. (bodies). " 

*SPbFFORD NATHAN J. (bodies 

and sleigh woods) — (See p 63), " 

Tuckwell Newton (bodies), " 

Morrison D. & Co. (wheels), Milford 

*SHrgent Leonard W. (bows), Newburyport 
*Daniels George E. (heavy wheels), Rowley 
*Faxon Elisha J. (wheels), 7 Front, Salem 

*Earaes A. M. & Co. (wheels). 

South Framingham 
*Reed Charles G., 23 Mulberry, Worcester 
Sampson A. & Son (bodies, gears and 

seats), 36 Dewey, 
Winn Jeremiah (wheels, bodies and 
■ gears), 29 Cypress, " 

t Woodtvorlcifig Machinery 
3Ifrs. 

{See also Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

*ROGERS C. B. «&CO.-(See p 54). 

94 Pearl, ■ Boston 

Wrench Mfrs. 

*Giles I. W. & T. F., Abington 

Miscellaneous, 

Fisher J. E. (felloe and tire fastener), Dorchester 



sleigh 
Merrimacport 



New and Novel GOODS. 
No Old Styles. 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO, 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



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SELL RAPIDLY 



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Commercial 



Paper.— All paper negotiable by the custom of merchants is negotiable in 
this State. Three day.s' grace is allowed, except on "demand" paper and checks or drafts on 
banks. Promissory notes, bills of exchange, drafts and checks pass by simple indorsement, 
and in hands of bona fide holders receiving the paper before due, are not subject to equities 
between previous parties. Holders may sue indorser and makers separately' or together. 
Judgment notes are enforced. Proofs of claims, affidavits of amounts due on open account 
or "account stated," if made within ten days of date, suit is begun with account attached, and 
copy served with summois or declaration, or in justice's courts, with summons, make prima 
facie case in all courts unless counter affidavit is filed b}' defendant. Affidavits within the 
State may be taken before any judge, justice or notary public; outside the State, must be 
taken before a commissioner of the State of Michigan, or before the judge of some court 
having a seal, certifying it to have been taken and subscribed before him, specifying the time 
and place and where taken; the genuineness of the signature of such judge, the existence of 
such court, and the fact that the judge is a member thereof, must be certified by the clerk of 
said court, and seal of court attached, or before any officer authorized to administer oaths, 
where signatures and authorit}' of officers are certified by the clerk of the court of record. 
Written contracts and commercial paper, when copy is served with the declaration, require 
no proof of execution unless denied under the oath with the pleadings, but title to a commer- 
cial paper by an indorsee must be proven. Proofs of claims under common law assignments 
must be filed within ninety days after assignee's notice, or distribution may be made without 
reference to claims not proven, and must state amount, when due, when contracted, considera- 
tion, securities held and payments made. 

Interest. — Legal rate 7 per cent., by written contract up to 10 per cent. No penalty 
for usury, but if paid may be recovered back. Unpaid installments of interest bear interest 
after due date. Judgments bear same interest as the contracts, etc., sued upon. 



Carrlaf/eand Wagon 3Iakers. 

Duflf & McMurray (light and wagon), Ada 

*Crane H. E. & Son (dealers), Adrian 

*Dieble Augustus (wagon), " 

French R. J. (trimmer), " 

Hovey Wm. (light), 

Howe William (repairer), " 

Hurlbut John (light), " 

Libs Joseph, estate (light), " 

Lowden L. (repairer), " 

Marvin G. W. (dealer). 

Porter F. J. (wagon), " 

Roath & Van Doren (dealers), " 

Smith John F. (buggy). 

Stow W. A. (light), " 

Richards B. E. (wagon), Alaska 

Baldwin Peter T. (heavy wagon). Alba 

Davis Romondo (dealer), Albion 

Dupark Wm. O. (wagon), " 

*Gale O. C. (dealer), 

MumbrueO. W. (repairer), " 

*Parsons & Joy (dealers), " 

*Rousseau & Alsdorf (dealers), " 

Williamson L. D. (wagon), " 

Barclay J. P. (dealer), 

*Born E. B. (wagon and dealer), 

Koons Averj' J. (light and wagon), " 

Nelson J. B., agem (dealer), " 

Priest S. H. & Son (wagon), " 

Rosa H. M. (repairer), " 

Smith Bros, (dealers), " 

Ford S. W. (wagon), Allen 

Clubb Wm. (repairer). Alma 

Schwartz John F. (light and wagon), " 

Montigel J. M. & Co. (wagon dealers), " 



Allegan 



^i^unier 11. A. (wagon dealer), Almont 

^lorrison Wm. (wagon), " 
Simon Jos. & Son ^ight and wagon), " 

*Sullivan John (wagon dealer), " 

Eccles Wm. R. (wagon), Alpena 

Gordon Geo. W. (repairer), " 
Hall J. W. (dealer). 

Helps James (repairer), " 

Hewett & Butler (repairers), " 

Mclnnis & Moffat (wagon), " 
Napper Robert (light and wagon 

and buckboard), " — — 
Neff C. F. (repairer), 

*Owens Peter (dealer), ' " 

Parish C. W. (trimmer), " 

*Potter Bros, (dealers), " 

Ring Edmund (wagon), Alton 

Palmer W. K. (dealer). Amble 

Baimer S. A. (wagon). Amy 
Alber & Son (repairers), Ann Arbor 

Bross J. F. (wagon and light), " 
Doland W. G. (trimmer), 
*Ferguson A. P. (road and speeding 

cart), 

Trey Fred, (wagon), " 

Haupt John M. (repairer), " 
Schmidt A. R. (light), 

Schneider Louis (repairer), " 
*Staebler Michael (cart, also dealer), 

*Walker& Co. (light and wagon), " 

*Wurster & Kirn (light and wagon), " 
Sutherland G. G. (wagon), Argentine 

Hill N. H. (wagon), Armada 
Pastch C. M. (dealer). 
^Phillips G. C. (dealer), 

Travis Ed. (repairer), " 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Walker C. P. (dealer). Arnmda 

Youngs W. H. (wagon), 

Mudge Morris E. (wagon), Asliland 

Brown D. H. (light and road cart;, Alliens 

Johnson E. M.. 

Giddings W. R. (dealer), Augusta 

Ogden Stuart (cart, also dealer), '• 

Sanders George (repairer), 

Sisson Orlando (wagon), Austerlitz 

Potter Robert (wagon), Austin 

Campbell W. J. (dealer), Bad Axe 

McAvoy Chas. (repairer), 

Rapson Reuben & Co. (repairers), " 

Stii well J. (dealer), 

Truax L. C. (dealer), 

Neilsou P. (repairer), Bailey 

Devereaux & Kellogg (waeon), Bancroft 

*EullerT. M. (dealer). 

Strong W. M. & Co. (dealers), 

Williams H. H. (repairer, " 

Camp Fitz (dealer), Bangor 

McDannell F. (wagon), " 

*Monroe & DeHaven (dealers), " 

Schweizer & Reynolds (wagon), " 

Southard C. A. (dealer), 

Stevens Bros, (wagon), " 

Buffham H. F. (dealer), Batavia 

Hall W. S. (wagon), Bath 

Abbey Burt (light and wagou). Battle Creek 

*Adams & Smith (light and wagon), 

11 Packer, 
Anan Fred (repairer), " 

Barton Robert (repairer), " 

Battle Creek Buggy Co. (light and 

road cart, wholesale mfrs.), " 

Battle Creek Road Cart Co. (road 
cart, wholesale mfrs.), 27 South 
Jefferson, " 

Burch Wyat (repairer), West Canal, " 
Clapp Elijah (light and farm wagou), 

20 Jackson, 
Davis Alva (dealer), 41 South Jeffer- 
son, " 
Finley James (wagon), " 
*Gardner B. P. (repairer), 39 West 

Canal, 
Herns H. W. (repairer), " 

Hudson Edward, " 

*Latta Frank H. (dealer). 
Mason A. H. (light and wagon), 
O'Leary Peter (repairer), " 

Packard Bros, (repairers), " 

Shipman Richard (repairer), 20 West 

Jackson, " 

Wattles V. C. (dealer); West Canal, 
Wilson & Hogue (wagon), South Jef- 
ferson, " 
Argle & Lee (light). Bay City 
.*Bay City Buggy Works (light, 

wholesale mfrs.), " 

*Bay City Carriage Works, Daunt 
& Sharp props, (light and deal- 
ers), 

Crosbie William (repairer), " 

Henderson James (repairer), " 

*Holcomb Bros, (dealers), " 

*Jennison & Co. (farm wagon deal- 
ers), 
*Kinney M. (dealer). " 



Mathiesou James (light). Bay City 
McDonell Hardware Co. (wagon 

dealers), " 

McLellan A. (repairer), " 
*Miller W. H. & Co. (dealers), 

Nagle Michael (repairer),, " 

Newcomb William (wagon), " 

Niblock & Britton (repairers), " 

Rivet C. (repairer), " 

Rivet T. (repairer), " 

*Shannon I. A. (light and dealer), " 
South Bay City Hardware Co. (deal- 
ers), 

Steggall H. C. (light and wagon), " 

*Stover, Larkin & Co. (dealers), " ' 

Wells Charles A. (repairer), " 

Hall Don (repairer), Bedford 

Smith Emmet (wagon), " 

Kuster Herman (wagon). Beech 

Gildemeister Charles (repairer), Belding 
Shiudorf Henry (light), 

Weter& Wise (dealers), " 

Fisher William (repairer). Bell Branch 

Leroy & Whipple (wagon), Belleville 

Roys Erastus (repairer), " 
Antisdale & Brunson (dealers), Benton Harbor 

*Baushke A. & Bro. (wagon), " 
Huffstetter C. & Son (wagon), 

Lamphere James (wagon), " 

Miller J. R. (repairer), " 

Noe E. N. (wagon), " 
Smith Will (dealer), 

Teetzal H. H. (repairer), " 

Spence George (wagon), Benzonia 

Everhart Samuel (repairer), Berlin 

Wells A. (repairer), " 
Boon Jacob (wagon), Berrien Springs 

^Feather John H. (dealer), ' " 
Stemm W. F. (dealer), 
Taylor M. D. (wagon), 
Vinton H. S. (dealer). 

Tanner J. H. (wagon), Bessemer 

Zachow & Besserdich (wagon), " 

Shultz Aug. (wagon). Big Beaver 

Clark E. P. & Son (dealers), Big Rapids 
Graham Alexander (wagon), 
Karchner Charles F. & Co. (wagon), " 

Klessuer & Cooper (repairers), " 

Lar.-on & Brophy (wagon), " 

*Liucoln & Frederick (wagon), " 

Powers John (repairer), " 
*Sloss W. J. (dealer). 

Fair Geo. N. (wagon), Blaine 

*Berk E. (wagou dealer), Blissfield 

Cannon Frederick (wagou dealer), " 

Doan Wm. & Son (wagon), " 
French R. B. (dealer), 
Phillips Hardware Co. (limited), 

(dealers), 
*Rothfuss Wm. & Co. (dealers). 
Smith L. W. (repairer), Bowen's Mills 

Wilson Isaac (wagon), Bowue 

Chase F. M. (wagon dealer), Boyne City 

Crane V. G. (wagon), " 

Kerry G. M. (wagon), " 

Webster John (repairer), ' ' 

Adams & Evans (wagon), Breedsville 

Placeway Joseph E. (dealer), Brighton 
Rohn Henry (wagon), 
Webber Bros, (light and wagon). 



RINGHAMION WAGON CO., 



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BINGHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAG-ONS. 

New !?»lyle this Year, 



WKITE FOR CUTS 

OF OUR LEADERS 

FOR 1891. 



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Carriage and Wayoii Ata/cei's — continued. 

Bauchman Henry (repairer), Britloii 

*Harri6 \Y. H. (wagon). Rrockway 

*Clark's Milo Sons (dealers), Bronson 

Crunipton O. (repairer), 

Fisk & Anderson (dealers), " 

Foster A. J. (liirlil and wagon), 

Tiuple W. (rei^airer). 

Vanwrey C. M. & Co. (repairers), " 

Aldricli ct Green, ^dealeis), Brooklyn 

*Strannahaii George (ligbl), " 

Underhill Sanmel (repairer), " 

Herbert Samuel E. (wagon). Brown City 

Elson T. C. (dealer), Buchanan 

Emerson A. (repairer), " 

Merrill G. W. (wagon). 

Rough Bros. Wagon Works (farm 

wagon, wholesale mfrs.), " 

Slater X. J. (repairer), " 

Wood ife Hoffman (dealers), " 

Spoor James (wagon), Burlingion 

Buffham A. (repairer). Burr Oak 

Cornell S. V. (dealer), 
Shane Homer (light and wagon, 

also dealer). " 

Wright J. E. (repairer), " 

Patterson William (wagon), Byron Center 
Adams C. X. ifc Son (wagon), Cadillac 

Chick C. X. (light and wagon), " 

*Cloud John W. (dealer), 
Cummer J. W. (dealer), 
Kelleher D. (wagon), " 

Reed O. & Son. 
*Sampson & Drury (dealers), 
Kleinschniidt F'red. (wagon). Cady 

Kracht Charles (repairer), 
Burkhart G. (wagon), Caledonia Station 

Geib Philip (wagon), " 

Blair F. H. (repairer, also dealer), Cambria 
Cary E. X. & Son (repairers), 
Alderdyce Thomas (wagon), Cambridge 

Cole Charles W. (wagon). 
Baker L. S. (dealer). Camden 

Joyce E. B. (wagon), Cannonsburg 

Sigel H. C. (light and wagon), Capac 

Egle Geo. (light and dealer), Carleton 

Livingston R. A) (wagon), " 

Caro Carriage Co. (light and cart, 

wholesale mfrs.), Caro 

*Moreland Bros, (dealers), " 

Packer J. J. & Son (light wagon and 

cart). 
Parks E. (repairer), " 

Ross R. :\I. (dealer), 

Stevenson & Clark (repairers), " 

Gunther Fred.(butrffy and wagon), Carson City 
Luce V. B. & Co.^(dealers), 
Reman Joseph (repairer), " 

Edie S. X. (dealer), Casnovia 

Force George (wagon), 
*Xorris A. & Son (dealers), " 

"Williams A. L. (dealer), " 

McKim E. (wagon), Cass City 

Striffler J. H. (dealer), 
Wickware H. S. (wagon, also dealer), " 
Feathers G. R. & Son (repairers and 

dealers), Cassopolis 

*Freuch H. C. & Co. (dealers), 
*French & Hayden (dealers), " 

Reams W. D. (wagon), " 



Cassopolis 
Cedar Springs 



Centerville 



*Seares William (dealer), 

Suowley John (carts), 

Barkley B. (wagon). 

*Hubbard Fred (dealer), 

McLaughlin Wm. (wagon), 

Pettor L. A. (dealer), 

Sabin James (dealer), 

Wagar H. B. (dealer), 

Beirstccher Eugene (dealer), 

Butler S. R (dealer), 

Knapp G. H. (wagon), " 

Ditenl)ach Michael (repairer). Centre Line 

Allen A: Shank (repairers), Charlotte 

^Barney Geo. J. (liiiht, wholesale 

mfrs.), " << ~ 

Dolson J. L. & Sons (light, wholesale 

mfrs.). " — 

Ells & Miller (dealers). 
Fuller ct Laverty (dealers), " 

Green S. T. (wholesale dealer), " 

*Green T. J. (dealer). 
Guide Philip (repairer), 
Heffiier C. E. (repairer), 
Xewton & Roberts (repairers), " 

*Sciuiers Geo. (dealer), " 

Stevens Frank M. (tlealer). 
*Wilson ifc Spaulding (dealers), " 

Waite P. & E. (repairers), Cheboygan 

("handler Charles E. (repairer), Chelsea 

Hiilh Simon (wagon), " 

Kaercher Chas. G. (dealer), " 

Mast Geo. (repairer). " 

^Miller Latham (dealer). " 

Schumaker J. (repairer), 
*Ta3'lor James (dealer), " 

*'V^ogel Fred (light and wagon), 
Adelman .1. P. ite Co. (dealers), Chesaning 

^Greene T. L. (dealer), 
Lewis W. E. (repairer), " 

Monaghan Edward (repairer), " 

Shepard Geo. (repairer). Clarendon 

Vieit George W (wagon), Clarkston 

Vleit W. R. (wagon), 

Knettles & Spour (repairers), Clarksville 

Kirby Benjamin (repairer and wagon 

dealer), Clifford 

Bucklin J. D. (repairer), CI max 

Fineout H. C. (repairer), 
*Willison & Aldrich (dealers), " 

Burton A. G. (light and wagon), Clinton 

Brown & Kishpaugh (dealers), " 

Rogers W. C. (dealer), 
Wood Wm. (wagon), " 

Franklin Roland (wagon), Clio 

Bruno Charles (wagon), Cl3'de 

Couklin S. D. (wagon), 

Bedford A. (sulkies), Coldwater 

Bidlemau E A. (dealer), 
*Dickinson A. B. (road cart), " 

Eaton Frank (repairer), " 

Egglestou A. T. (light), 
Ellis Daniel (repairer), " 

*HardingG. W. (dealer), 
Hibbard & Swaffield (repairers), " 

Hoyt O. W. (dealer), 

Juckett William H. (repairer), " 

Kerr Bros, (dealers), " 

*Milnes Alfred (dealer), " 

Schmedlen W. H. (road carts, whole- 
sale mfr.), " 



free samples 
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Carriage and Wagon Makers — contihued. 

*Wolcolt J. 8. & C. S. (dealers), Coldwater 
Thomas G. E. (dealer), Colfax 

Becraft C. M. (dealer), Coloma 

*Hill E. A (dealer), 

Peck Delos C. (wagon), " 

Swatzki Godfred (wagon), " 

Uirt W. H. (repairer), Columbiaville 

Stephenson R. A. (repairer), 
Burgess E. (wagon), Columbus 

Bell William M. (wagon, also deal- 
er), Concord 
Smade & Bell (repairers), " 
Spralt Chas. (dealer). " 
Stahiey & Bell (repairers), " 
Tucker Chas. (dealer) 
Tucker & Mason (dealers), " 
Van Scooter Ed. F. (repairer), " 
Endres Michael (rei)airer), Connor's Creek 
Fent Anthony (wagon), " 
Cotherman S. (wagon), Constanline 
*ilarvey & Gregg (light and wagon, " 
Hass Norman W. (dealer), " 
*Hoflman & Glaze (light and wagon), " 
Peer A E. (wagon), Cooper 
Fisk George W. (wagon), Coopersville 
*McNaughton E. J. (dealer), 
Miller Henry & Co. (dealers), " 
Root Geo. L. (repairer), " 
Ti'eioar S. J. (repairer), " 
Tuxbury E. C. (dealer), 

Cowden Henry (wagon), Coral 

Green Bros, (dealers), Corunna 

Lemon J. N. (light and wagon), " 

Sloan ,1. E. (dealer), 

Wood J. (repairer), " 

Priest Jerome (repairer). Cottage Grove 

Sigsby J. C, Crystal 

Charon & Richards (repairers). 

Crystal Falls 
McDonell R. E. (repairer). 
Chase L. C. (light), Dansville 

Hewes Daniel (repairer), " 

*Hoffman T. (dealer). 

Hill Oliver H. (wagon), Davisburg 

Ashley R. W. (dealer), Davison Station 

Hard J. T. & Co. (dealers), 
McCorniick Orville (repairer), " 

Uptergraff Charles (repairer), " 

Kahn Henry (wagon), Dayton 

Kalbleisch John (wagon), Deanville 

Nuendorf Charles & Bro. (wagon). Dearborn 
Twork&Co. (wagon), " 

■■■"Bagley Isaac B. (dealer), Decatur 

Baker F. F. (repairer, also dealer), '• 

Harlan Theo. (wagon), " 

Jackson G. H. (repairer), " 

Rasrauson Neal (light and wagon), " 

Ruisell Walter (wagon), " 

Watson Fuller (wagon). Delta 

Babcock H. M. (wagon), Denton 

Ahl Ferdinand (trimmer), 54 Lar- 

ned, (p a05,669) Detroit 

Baker Joseph F. (repairer), 59 St. Au- 

bin av, " 

Barbier & Huth (wagon), 423 Baker, " 
Baumann Conrad & Son (wagon), 

356 Gratiot av, 
Beatcher F. C (repairer and (dealer), 

Michigan and Larkins avs, " 



Belknap Essler & Co. (w.igon) 18 

Twelfth, Detroit - 

Bennert August W. (wagon), 1416 

Fort, " 

Bennett & Williams (dealers), 200 

Griswold, " 

Berg John (wagon) , 145 St. Aubiu 

av, 
Bleil John C. (repairer), 459 Dix av, 
Burt II. A. (repairer), 50 Larned, " 

Chapman E. G. (in the white), 193 

Cass, 
Ciioate Henry (repairer). 1224 River, " 
*Chope Edward & Sons (wagon and 

truck, wholesale mfrs.), 106 to 

110 Randolph, 
Colby C. E. (light and wagon), 193 

Cass, " 

Coleman Jacob (repairer), 691 Gra- 
tiot av, 
Collins Cornelius (wagonj, 1253 

Michigan av, " 

*Colinnbus Buggy Co. (branch 

house). 213 Jetlerson av, " '■ I- 

Crawford C. P. (light), 224 Third, 
Dauiz John (repairer), Russells, " 

Dugan J. W. (repairer), 1449 Fort 

\V., 
*Easy Wagon Gear Co. (in the white 

and fi nished , wholesale mf rs. ), 29 

to 38 Antoiue, " 

Eggers Gustave (repairer), River, " 

Erb George (dealer), 232 Michi- 
gan av, " 
Erschig Albert (wagon), 489 Michi- 
gan av, " 
Flannery Samuel (wagon), 963 

Michigan av, " 

*Floyd & Foster (cart and sulky 

dealers) 214 Jefferson, " 

Flynn John (wagon), 241 and 243 

Griswold, " 

Gaterman& Schaefer (repairers), 244 

Hastings, " 

Gay Job (wagon), Woodward av 

near Gleudale av, " 

Giesler M. M. (light and heavy), 160 

and 162 West Larned, " " 

Giess August (wagon), Woodward 

av off Highland av, " 

Goldner Charles & Sons (wagon), 

1453 Michigan av, * 

*Gray Bros, (light and wagon), 254 

to 258 Cass av, 
Haase William (repairer), 267 High, " 
Habermas C. R. (wagon), 1172 Fort, 
Haelsig Theodore (repairer), 283 

Hastings, " 

Hallmann Charles J. (trimmer), 183 

Gratiot av, " 

Hickey Patrick (dealer), 347 and 849 

Michigan av, " 

Hill John (repairer), 916 Russell, " 

Hilton Henry (trimmer), 112 Adams 

av. 
*Hopkin & Co. (wagon). 12 and 14 

.lohnR, 
Horn Frank (wagon), 385 Michigan 

av " 

Ives &'Wolff (wagon), 289 1st, 



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,*JuhQson Hugh (light and heavy, 

also dealer), 106 Lamed c Cass, Detroit 

Jo3'nt & Kelly (wagon), 765 Grand 
River av. 

Junker John G. (wagon), 663 Gra- 
tiot av, 

Katus Joseph (repairer), 808 Michi- 
gan av, 

Kehler Henry (repairer), 645 Michi- 
gan av, 

Kelly Richard P. (repairer), 910 
Michigan av, 

^Ivengel Jos. (light), 53 Gratiot av, 

Kirwin Joseph (wagon), 367 Grand 
River av, 

Koehler H. W. (wagon), 115 St. Au- 
biu av, 

Korte B. (wagon and dealer), 98 and 
100 Iron, 

*Lempke Charles (wagon), 571 Gra- 
tiot av, 

Lewis Cart Co. froad cart, wholesale 
mfrs.), 27 West Milwaukee, 

Lieckfelt E) W. (repairer). River opp 
Dearborn, 

*Limbach Sons & Co. (cart dealers), 
52 and 54 Congress, 

*Lindemann Wm. (platform truck), 
179 Gratiot av, 

Louzon Amable (repairer), 819 Rus- 
sell, 

Mardiau Bros, (light and wagon), 
281 to 290 Rivard, 

Mathes Bros, (light and wagon), 694 
Michigan av, 

McClellanlt. J. (repairer), 367 Grand 
River av, 

"Miles E. G. (carriage, road cart and 
sulky dealer), 226 Jefferson av, 

Moodie R. G (repairer), Michigan 
av c Martin, 

Xagel & Fenske (repairers), 1137 
Gratiot av, 

Neubrouner J. C. (repairer), 33 
Fort, 

Nicholson Joseph (repairer), 127 and 
129 Grand River av, 

Peltier Charles (repairer), 50 Larned, 

"Penfield's W. S. Son (dealer), 42 to 
46 Congress, 

Priest & Co. (repairers), 181 Grand 
River av, 

Reichle Bros, (light and heavy, also 
dealers), 288 and 290 Jefferson av, 

Rivard &Surprenaat (repairers), 1190 
Jefferson av, 

*Roehm & Davison (cart dealers), 
Woodbridge c Wayne, 

Rohde Charles (light and wagon), 
312 Russell and 423 Gratiot av, 

j*Ruinsey Mfg. Co. (road carts, light 
wholesale mfrs.), Milwaukee 
June, 

Schehr Henry (repairer), 192 Cather- 
ine, 

Schweinsbery August (wagon), 1415 
Gratiot av, 

Sieck August E. (repairer), 681 
Gratiot av. 



*Sievers «fc Erdman (light and heavy, 
also dealers), 294 to 298 Jefferson 
av, Detroit 

Smith John (repairer), 200 3d, 

SprakeChas., 517 Grand River, 

Stafford & Norton (repairers), 1379 
John R, 

*Steinbrecher William (repairer), 798 
River, 

*Theut & Lutz (light), 213 Beau- 
bien. 

Utter Joseph J. (light), 282 Grand 
River av, 

Wagner Simon (repairer), 1392 
River, 

We^tphal John (repairer), 139 Mack, 

*\Vilsou C. R. & J. C. Carriage Co. 
(in the white, wholesale mfrs.), 
c Milwaukee av and Hastings 
(also dealers), 262 Woodward av, 

Zimmerman F. William (light and 
wagon), 170 4th. 

Lott Albert (repairer), 

liross John (wagou), 

.Miller C. W. (dealer), 

*liieder Bros, (wagon), 

Shefold Frank (wagon). 

Brown George (wagon), 

^Patterson Alexander (wagon), 

Takken E. (light and wagon), 

*i;ishop G. E." (dealer), 

^Coleman vfe Snyder (dealers), " 

Farrow Alfred (repairer), " 

•lessup Enoch (dealer), " 

Root & Gilbert (dealers), " 

Van Antwerp D. W. & F. O. (farm 

wagou), " 

*Vrooman William E. (dealer), " 

Ilaynes & Paige (dealers), Downington 



DeWitt 
Dexter 



Disco 

Dorr 

Douglass 

Dowagiac 



Durand 



Bishop J. C. (wagon), 
Dennis C. M. (dealer), 
Duver D. L. (wagon), 
[^arsons B. F. (dealer), 
Kramer Martin (repairer). 
Rex Charles (repairer), 
Sarasin B. & Son (dealers), 
Cutler J. E. (wagon). 



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Van Essen K . M. (wagon), 

Fleming W. W. (repairer), 

.McBride J. ^l. (dealer). 

Pulver Wm. PI. (wagou), 

(Jlemons Wm. &, Co. (dealers), 

.Sliingler F'eter (repairer), " 

.Smith T. (repairer). 

Day J. E. (wagon), Dushville 

s.rock ]\Iilton (wagon), Dutton 

Kuntz Charles (wagon). Eagle Harbor 

B;)wmau Perry B. (wagon dealer). East Jordon 

Z mlek Bros, (repairers), " 

Kole Wm. C. (repairer also dealer). 

East Saugatuck 
Lubbers H. (repairer), 
Gordon Alexander (wagon). 
Grant John A. (repairer), 
Murray James (repairer). 
Hall W. A. & J. T. (dealers), 
Morse Chas. (trimmer), 
Strawn James (road carts), 
*Vaughn & Sou (dealers), 
Olmsiead A. (light and wagon). 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Leach Thomas (wagoc), Elmwood 

Bislie B. M. (li,i?ht). Elhie 

Gay Edward W. (wagon), 

Colgcy James (wagou), Emmet 

Baidel August (repairer), £i'ie 

Dean James (reiairer), " 

Schneider John (repairer), 

Zimmerman A. (repairer), " 

Henry Adam J. (wagon), Escanaba 

Beaudette M. J. (wagon), Essexville 

Catto Frank (wagou), 

Mannell William (repairer), " 

*Ardis Mark (dealer), Evart 

Birdsal E. F. & Co. (dealers), 

Cannon E. C. (dealer), " 

*Evart Hardware Co. (dealers), " 

Fortune tt Cox (wagon), " 

TrobridgeA. (repairer), " 

Turner James W. (dealer), 

*Rapp Jacob (repairer), Fairfield 

White Bros, (wagon), " 

Mitchell W. H. (wagon), Fair Grove 

Lee Henry W. (dealer). Farmingion 

Tollman Ira (wagon), " 

Bush C. W. (dealer), Fenton 

*Bussey J. E. (dealer). 

Cole & Manning (repairers), " 

Fillingham C. (dealer), 

*Hortou D. (dealer). 

*Johnson Geo. W. (dealer), 

Lee & Setchfield (light), 

*Perry & Frary (repairers), " 

Richardson E. B. (light). 

Carpenter Frank E. (wagon), Ferry 

Peterson P. T. (repairer), Fife Lake 

Burden A. (repairer), Flat Rock 

Burden Fred, (wagon), " 

*ChamberIain C. A. (dealer), " 

Shove E. D. (heav}' wagon), " 

Algoe & Miller (farm wagon dealers), Flint 

Armstrong & Linton (repairers), " 

Barney D. D. (repairer), " 

Blake Frank B. (repairer), " 

*Flint Road Cart Co. The (road cart 

and road wagon, wholesale 
. mfrs.), 
.*Flint Wagon Works The (farm 

wagon and road cart, wholesale 

mfrs.), 

Galbraith W. A. (repairer), " 

Hiller & Van Line (dealers), " 

*Hubbard Geo. W. (wagon and cart 

dealer), 

Kendall Jerome (repairer), " 

Munroe John (repairer). " 

Murray J. P. (rej airer), " 

*Paterson Wm. A. (light and road 

cart, wholesale mfr.), " 

Randall Abner (light and wagon), " 

Schram D. (dealer), " 

Skinner E. B. (light and wagon), " 

Smith Geo. (repairer), " 
Whiffen U. P. (farm wagon dealer), " 
Wilson J. B. (dealer), 
Wilson W. S. (dealer). 

*Wood & Atwood (wagon dealers). " 

Cady E. (repairer). Flushing 

Carnes Richard (repairer), " 

*Davis Joseph & Son (dealers), " 



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Goyer Cha«. H. (repairer). Flushing 

*Kimniell Jacob (wagon), 

Niles A. H. (dealer), 

Nye H. E. (dealer), 

Van Patton John H. (light and 

wagon), Fort Gratiot 

Schafer John P. (dealer). Fowler 

Barian George W. (wagon), Fowlerville 

Collins L. J, (repairer), " 

Cook F. J. & Co. (dealers), 
Hamilton George (repairer), " 

*Laughliu Hugh (dealer), ' " 

Reichle Leonard (wagon), Frankenmuth 

Schneider A. V. (wagon), " 

Banks A. E. (dealer), Frankfort 

Culver Peter (repairer), " 

*Harris & Thurtle (dealers), " 

Leudtholtz F. H. (repairer), " 

*Smith & Kent (wagon), " 

Walker William (repairer), " 

Cummings R. C. (light and wagon), Franklin 
Welke Chas. (wagon). Eraser 

Preston William (repairer), Freeland 

Smith William (repairer), " 

Glick George (wagon), Freeport 

Allen L. G. (wagon), Fremont 

Dill B. B. (repairer), 
Haine G. E. (dealer). 
Murphy M. (dealer), 
Stell J. (wagou), 

Taylor William (repairer). " 

*Hagerman B. E. & W. (dealers), Frontier 
Hampton J. (wagon), Fulton 

Mott J. H. (repairer), 

Fehrenbach Anthony (wagon), Gagetown 

*Davis C. W. (wagon), Gaines 

Becker L. T. (wagou dealer), Galesburg 

*Blake & Thomas (wagon dealers), 
Bristol J. P. (road cart), " 

Hewett W. E. (wagon dealer), " 

*Knapp W. H. (road cart), 
Lee William (repairer), " 

Storms H. E. (wagon dealer). 
Robe William A. (wagon), Galien 

Knudson Christopher (light and 

wagon), Garden 

Truckey Geo. J. (wagon), 
*Van Winkle & Montague (dealers), 
Brodie J. M. (repairer), Gaylord 

Inman W. H. (wagon), " 

Collier L. A. (wagon), Gilbert 

*Crosby William" S. & Co. (road 

cart dealers), Gobleville 

Wilkinson S. T. (dealer), 
Hill Milton (dealer). Goodrich 

Woods Thomas P. (wagon), 
Menken H. (wagon), Graafschap 

Banker A. D. (dealer). Grand Blanc 

Collins Asel (repairer), 
Elliott William (repairer), " 

Farmer Bros, (repairers), " 

Moody A. (wagou), " 

*DeGlopper & Yonker (wagon), Grand Haven 
Hubert Gustave (wagon), 
Mulder H. K. (repairer). " 

*Billings & Campbell (dealers). Grand Ledge 
Ginter & Smith (cart). 
*Granger S. B & Co. (dealers), 
*Haggart A. J. (wagon), 
Manwaring W. P. (wagon), " 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers— cantinned. 

Phillips Nelson (wagou). Grand Ledge 

Vandervoigen T. C. (dealer), 
*Adams & North (dealers), 12 West, 

Bridge, (p 64,147) Grand Rapids 

Barker D. D. (dealer), 18 North 

Pine, 
*BELKNAP WAGON & SLEIGH 

CO. (farm and delivery wagon, 

wholesale mfrs), 37 to 49 No. 

front, 
*Brechting Bros, (repairers), 75 West 

Bridge, 
*Brown Hall & Co. (dealers, light 

and farm wagon), 20 and 22 

Pearl, 
*Brown & Sehler (dealers), 8 and 10 

North Front, " 

.COLBY WAGON CO. THE (deliv- 
ery, lire and police wagon) — 

(See p 64) c Fulton and Front, " 

Croll J. F. (trimmer), 15 and 17 

North Front, " 

^Cummings John (light), 42 North 

Division, " 

Dailey Henry (wagon), c Oaks and 

Waterloo, 
Dawson Charles (light), 12 South 

Ionia, " 

Denison W. C. (dealer), 88 to 93 

South Division. " 

Fiebig Henry (repairer), 148 Canal, " 

, *Fitch G. C. (light), 488 South Divi- 
sion, " 
^Gissler & Fritz (wagon), First c 

Alabama, " 

Grady Henry P. (repairer),! 16 South 

Division, " 

*Harrison Wagon Works, William 

Harrison prop, (farm wagon), c 

North and G. R & I. R. R., 
Heinzelman Charles F. (platform 

spring). 74 Ellsworth av, " 

"•■Hester & Fox (dealers), 44 to 48 

South Division, " 

Ivipp H. T. (light). East Bridge, 
Odbert R. E. (wagon), Walker av c 

West, 
Rathmann Julius (wagon), 150 

Canal, 
Russel & Simmons (wagon), 48 and 

50 South Waterloo, 
Sanford C. D. (light), 125 Spring. 
SchoU .John (repairer), 34 Mt. Ver- 
non, " 
Spicer Chas. (dealer), 29 Mt. Vernon, " 
*Spiral Spring Buggy Co. (light), 

wholesale mfrs.), 99 and 101 

Kent, 
Wilmott Geo. H. (dealer), 40 West 

Leonard and 36 East Bridge, " 

_*Wood Arthur Carriage Co. (light and 

road cart, wholesale mfr.), 33 to 

37 Waterloo, 
Buliment .J. H. (wagon), Grandville 

Vinkemulder .John (wagon), " 

Askew .John (repairer), Grass Lake 

Rogers <fe Tucker (repairers), " 

Rohrer John M. (wagon). " 

Siayton & Elkins (wagon), Grattan 



Hamburg 
Hamilton 
Hancock 



Hanover 
Harbor Springs 



Palmer O. (dealer). Grayling 

Callaghan .lames (dealer), Greenville 

*Deory & Chiltick (wagon), 
* Hansen & Beardslee (dealers), 
Kent W. H. (dealer), 

Knapp William (light and wagon), " 

Ifromann Peter (repairer), " 

Russell R. P. (wagon), " 

[ Seigler John (repairer), " 

Thompson C. R. (wagon), " 

Priest Joran (wagou), Grosse Point 

Hemingway J. H. A: Son (dealers), Hadley 

1 Johnson W. H. (light and wagon), ." 

1 Kiuss .J. (light and wagon), " 

I Wilmouth Calvin C. (wagon), 
LaBurge Benj. (wagon), 
Exly &, Roberts (wagon), 
Mette Clemens (light and wagon), 
*Wieder Benjamin (dealer), 
Zetche H. (wagon), 
Rowley H. N. Jr. (dealer), 
Kramer Joseph (wagon), 
Richardson George (was'on), 
"Sharpsteen I. S. (dealer), 
*Bates George R. (wagon). Hart 

Cooper George (wagon), " 

Griswold & Cahill (dealers), " 

j Hoover M. F. (light and wagon), Hartford 

1 Manley V. E. (dealer), 

; Mcintosh A. (wagon), " 

Moore D. B. (wagon), " 

Thomas Henr}^ (light and heavy), " 

*Bentley Bros. & Wilkins (heavy 

wagon), Hastings 

Blinston & Son (dealers), " 

: *Goodyear Bros, (dealers), '' 

! Lake & Neiss (repairers), " 

*Messer Bros. & Reynolds (dealers), " 
*Pow^ers AVagon Co., " 

*Powers W. F. (dealer), " 

j Reed Bros, (repairers), 

I Richards & Smith (dealers), " 

Whilcomb C. S. (repairer), " 

Dean Peter (wagon), Henderson 

*Detwiler & Sons (dealers), " 

*Wliilne3' & Millard (dealers), Hersey 

*Aldrich A. (light and wagon). 

Hickory Corners 
Eaton Wm. (repairer), 

Goine W. H. (light and wagon). Highland 
Nacker Harmon (light and wagon), 
Clayton T. (wagon), Highland Park 

, Seis August (wagon), " 

' *Alles Henry (road carts, wholesale 

mfrs.). Hillsdale 

Carpenter Ira (repairer), " 

Heenan J. & Co. (light and wagon), " 
Kinyon D. B. (dealer). 
Nicholds Edward (repairer), " 

Riehm George & Son (light and 

wagou), " 

Rou<]olph Charles & Son (repairers), " 
Ruggles O. D. (dealer), 
Schmidt John T. (repairer), " 

StoU A. E. (repairer), 

1 Dikema J. it C. (wagon), Holland 

Flieman Jacob (wagon and dealer), 
Gunst Peter (repairer), 
Lanting h. (repairer), " 

Takken & Despelder (wagon). " 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Van Raiter B. (wagon dealer), Holland 

William P. H. (dealer), 

Andrews John T. (dealer). Holly 

Baird S. M. (repairer). 

Chase M. F. (cart), 

Cothrell W. H. (wagon), 

Dudley W. W. (repairer), " 

Lockwood C. E. (dealer), " 

Stranahan & Algoe (dealers), " 

Van Every Jacob M. (repairer), " 

Vinton Thomas J. (repairer), " 

Allen S. R. & Co. (repairers), Homer 

Hoffman John (dealer), " 

Jones Robert C. (trimmer), " 

Kirby David D. (repairer), " 

Mount F. (dealer), 

Thayer & Ogdeu (repairers, also 

dealers), " 

Edgell R. R. (wagon), Hopkins 
Brown & Gray (wagon), Houghton 
Kuhlman William (repairer), 
Lisk S. & Son (wagon dealers), Howard City 
Lovely J. W. (dealer), 
Maylette H. W. (repairer), 

Thon Simon (repairer), " 

Andrews Sylvester (dealer), Howell 

Barron Thomas E. (dealer), " 

Culver & Govier (repairers), " 

Hanuan James (light), " 

*Howell Wagon Co. (wagon), " 

„*Knapp William L. & Sons (light 

and dealers), " 

Mannee E. (repairer), " 

*Morgan K. L. (dealer), " 
*Schroeder Fred P. (dealer), 

Staley M. J. (repairer), " 

Wilcox & Brown (dealers). " 
Young Philip & Sons (dealers), 

Broadhead Andrew (repairer), Hudson 
Brown T. D. (repairer). 

Carter G W. (light and wagon), " 
Carter W. W. (repairer), 
*Dunham & Son (dealers), 

*KelIogg H. (dealer), " 

Lynch David C. (repairer), " 
Merrill William (repairer), 
Pixley H. H. (repairer), 

Campbell F. H. (repairer), Hudsonville 

McQuinn A. G. (repairer), Hunter's Creek 

Feinauer Aug. (wagon), Ida 

•Kurz Andrew (wagon), " 

Shular George (wagon), " 
McMullen John (wagon), Imlay City 

Murphy R. (wagon), " 
Newton N. B. (wagon), 

Sargent F. R. (wagon), " 

Wees William (dealer), '• 

Wilde Herman (wagon), '• 

Dugar Jas. (wagon), Inkster 

Hull Denison (wagon), " 



*Barringer T. S. & Co. (dealers), Ionia 

*Cain & Taubert (light and dealers). " 
*Hayes & Spaulding (dealers), " 

*Hubbell & Cheney (dealers), " 

Schild H. J. (road cart), 
Schild M. J. (light), 

Camins F. (wagon), Iron River 

Windsor W. H. (repairer), " 

Anderson & Krogdal (repairers), Ironwood 
Smith George A. (wagon), " 

Gill T. F. (wagon), Ishpeming 

*Wahlset Ole (light and wagon), 
Cole R. W. (repairer), Iihaca 

j Gillingham & McKay (repairers), " 

! Moore James (dealer), 
*Anderson & Adams (road cart, 

wholesale mfrs.), Jackson 

*Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. 
Co. (farm wagon, wholesale 
mfrs.), 
Ball A. E. (trimmer), 
Beckwith S. (repairer), 
BIGLER S. S. (road and speed 

carts)— (See p 64), 126 Mill, 
Buckeye Machine Co. (dealers), " 

Campbell Jay A. (dealer), 
*Carter J. G. & G. W. (light), 210 

West Pearl, " - 

*Collins Mfg. Co. (speed and road cart 

androad wagon, wholesale mfrs.), " 
Coltvin R. B. (dealer), 
Duer J. J. (trimmer), " 

*Elms F. L. (light, wholesale mfr.). 
Fox P. L. (repairer), " 

*Fu]ler Buggy Co. (light, wholesale 

mfrs.), " ■ 

Gill S. A. (wagon), 133 Mill, 
*Goodrich M. F. (light and road 

wagon, also dealer), " 

Goodyear A. A. (repairer), " 

Hewitt J. W. (road cart and buck- 
board, wholesale mfr.), " 
*Hurd L. C. (dealer), 
Jewett C. W. (repairer), " 
Michigan Imp. and Machine Co. 

(dealers), " 

Reid & Co. (dealers), 

Schuele Wm. B. (wagon), " 

Taylor C. R. (wagon), " 

Welling F. D. (dealer), (North Jack- 
son), 
Williams A. H. (repairer), " 

Yacum & Co. (dealers), " 

Yerick John (wagon), " 

Young J. I. (repairer), " 

Talsma A. (wagon), Jamestown 

Tean A. (wagon), " 

Parker C. f! (wagon), Jerome 

*Deal Jacob J. (light and road cart, 

wholesale mfrs.), Jonesville 

Ganiard A. J. (repairer), 




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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Hughes & Hampton (repairers), Jonesville 

Kesselring George L. (dealer), 

Pierce Morris (repairer;, " 

Williams William (dealer), 

Atkinson Thomas (repairer). Judd's Corners 

Allen O. M. Jr. Buggy Co. (jobbers), 

Kalamazoo 
*American Cart Co. (road cart, 

wholesale mfrs.), " 

Baker & Co. (dealers), " 

Barker John (repairer), " 

Brooks Henry (cart), " 

*Burdick E. R. & Co. (dealers), 
*Burrell D. & Son (light, and farm 

wagons, wholesale mfrs.), " 

Clement & Clement (dealers), " 

*Cone Coupler Carriage Co. Hight), " 

*Cornell & Co. (lisht), 
*Kalamazoo Carriage Works, Bev- 
aus & Barkeubus, props, (light 
and heavy, wholesale mfrs.), " 

Kalamazoo Top Co. (trimmers), " 

*KaIamazoo Wagon Co. (road cart 

and light work, wholesale mfrs.), " 
Kramdky Peter (repairer), " 

*Lull L. C. & Co. (road cart, buck 

boards, etc., wholesale mfrs.), " 

*Michigan Buggy Co. (wagon, 
buggy and road cart, wholesale 
mfrs.), 
Hunger G. M. (dealer), " 

NEWTON CARRIAGE CO. (light 
and sewing machine wagons) — 
wholesale mfrs.), (See p 65), " 

*!Noyes Cart Co. (road cart, whole- 
sale mfrs.), " 
_*Peninsular Cariiage Co. (light road 

wagon and cart), " 

*Pratt A. L. &> Co. (buckboard and 

road cart, wholesale mfrs.), " 

*Pratt L. C. & H. L. & Co. (wagon 

and cart), 647 North, 
Reeves Foster (repairer), " 

Richards Harry S. & Co. (jobbers), " 

Rowley A. W. (dealer), 
*Winans, Pratt & Co. (road cart, 
wagon ajid buckboard, whole- 
sale mfrs.), " 
Yeo .M. B. (repairer). 121 East 

Water. 
Lehner & Phelps (dealers), Kalkaska 

Pipp Brothers k, Marlindale (dealers), " 
Spencer J. W. (wagon), Kibl)ie 

Potter Herbert (repairer), Kingsley 

Baker Cliarles E. (wagon), Kingston 

Button R. (wagon), Laignsburg 

Jacques L. (wagon). Lake Lind< n 

Perreault & Menerv (wagon), 
Wieder H. M. (dealer), 

Everett R. P. (wagon), Lake View 

Sharp C. D. (dealer), 
Smead Eli (wagon), " 

Fuller O. F. (wagon), Lamonl 

Grant Lewis (wagon), 

Hanson Peter (wagon), Langston 

*Smith J. B. (dealer), L'Anse 

Stinmetz Conn P. (wagon), ' ' 

Trudo George (repairer), " 

Abfalter P. F. (dealer), Lansing 



*Anderson Road Cart Co. (road cart, 

wholesale mfrs), Lansing 

Brodhagen Chas. (trimmer, also 

dealer), '■ 

*Bush Road Cart Co, (road cart and 

wagon, wholesale mfrs.), •» -- 

*Clark & Co. (light and wagon, 

wholesalemfrs.), " 

Coleman John (light and wagon), " 

Durnebacke A. (repairer), " 

Durnebacke H. J. (repairer), " 

Garner Charles E. (dealer;, " 

Lansing Carriage Co. (light, whole- 
sale mfrs.), " " — - 
*Lansing Wagon Works (farm, 
freight and spring, wholesale 

mfrs.), " 

^Newton W. A. (dealer). 

Pratt W. C. (light and wagon), 

*Rork Brothers (dealers), " 

Stevens A. W. & Son (dealers), " 

Beamer Robert (repairer), Lapeer 

Hemingway .J. H. & Son (dealers), " 

Hungerford James A. & Son (light and 

road cart), " 

Wilcox S. R. (dealer), 

*Barrows J. F. & Co. (dealers), Lawrence 

Craine S. E. (repairer), " 

Kelley J. H. (dealer), 
Seymour F. S. (dealer), 

Neumann Nicholas (repairer), Leesville 

Pipper Jacob (repairer), " 

Volkenout Paul (repairer), " 

Fisher A. M. & Sons (repairers), Lennon 

Lovejoy G. R. (dealer), Lenox 

Markle R. D. & D. S. (repairers), Leonard 
Bradley E., Leonidas 

Cleveland N. A. (repairer), " 

Davis William C. (wagon), " 

Lowther J. R. (wagon), " 

Robinson F. A. (repairer), " 

Barlow A. (dealer), Leslie 

"Covert M. J. (wagon), " 

Drake W. F. (wagon), 
Fr}' James (wagon), " 

Purdy Theo. & Son (wagon), " ■ 

Rogers E. E. (dealer), " 

Small H. H. (wagon). 

Baker W. J. (light), Lexington 

*Cruikshank & Co. (repairers and 

dealers), " 

Papst John (dealer), " 

*Beach J. (light and wagon), Linden 

Harris ]\Iyron repairer), " 

Frick Hubert (wagon), Lisbon 

Chappel J. H. (wagon), Litchfield 

Hughson H. E. (trimmer), " 

Keunebrook J. D. (dealer), " 

Mills Geo. E. (repairer), " 

Shepard & Redmond (repairers), 
Blakeslee & Pettingell (wagon), 
Soper F. (wagon), 
Bills Stephen (wagon). 
* Brown & Sebler (dealers, 

wagons), 
Denney E. L. (wagon), 
*Enos& Bradfield (dealers), 
*Kelly P. (dealer), 
*Lowell Cutter Co. (cart), 
^Michigan Cutter Co. (dealers), 



Long 



farm 



Locke 
Rapids 
Lowell 



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MIGHIGATsT. 



Carriage arid Wagon Makers — continued. 

Mills John (wagon), Lowell 

Nash H. (dealer), 
Rouse Geo. (repairer), 



*Ewing P. & Son (wagon), 



Ludington 



*Goodsell B. J. & Co. (wagon dealers), 

*Hiiston H. V. (dealer), 

Nelson H. P. (repairer), " 

Rider «& Fairbanks (repairers), " 

Stovin Joseph T. (wagon). " 

* Wilcox O. J. & Co. (dealers). 

Baldwin H. T. (repairer), Luther 

Russell F. M. (repairer), " 

Gorham E. L. (repairer), Lyons 

*Hatch & Baker (dealers). 

May Julius L. (repairer and dealer), " 

*Searing Henry (dealer), " 

Richart Wm. f wagon), Macon 

Dale A. J. (dealer), Mancelona 

Kittle W. M. (dealer). 

Priest C. F. (wagon). 

Reed T. M. (repairer), 

Aichle Henry (wagon), Manchester 

Hollis Lafayette (repairer), " 

Kimble W. (dealer), 

Lazell J. M. (dealer), 

*Neebling William (light), 

Nisle George (light), " 

Trefethern Charles (wagon), " 

Wade B. F. (dealer), 

Christiansen & Rathgen (wagon), Manistee 

Hayden J. W. (wagon), " 

Knott A. T. (wagon), 

*Overpack S. C. (wagon and mill 

cart), 
Raatz J. (repairer), " 

Boucher Joseph & Bro. (light and 

wagon), Manistique 

^Chicago Lumbering Co. (dealers), " 

Case Adelbert (wagon), Maple Rapids 

Drummond Frank H. (wagon and 

dealer), Marcellus 

Waugh Wm. H. (repairer), 
*Cottrell L. C. (dealer), Marine City 

Schriner Theo. (dealer), " 

Shepard A. (dealer), " 

Strite Jacob (w^agon), " 

^Zimmerman Bros, (dealers), " 

Bristol H. Ward (light and wagon), Marlette 
Dawson Joseph (dealer), " 

Ludkie F. G. (dealer), 
Wiggins Henry (repairer), " 

Bittner Herman E. (wagon), Marquette 

Bohloe Joseph (repairer), " 

Erbeling Henry (wagon), " 

*Lake Superior Carriage Works, V. 

B. Cochran prop, (light), " 

McGuire & Lambert (repairers), " 

Curtiss Henry D. (road cart). Marshall 

Eggleston C. H. (road cart), " 

Hindenach George (wagon), " 

Hindenach & Skinner (wagon), " 

Hoffman John (repairer), " 

*Mack J. T. (dealer), 
Page Bros. Buggy Co. (light and 

wagon, wholesale mfrs.), " 

Udell Bros, (dealers), 

K.Try A. (repairer), Marysville 

Woodman William (repairer), Martin 

Clark L. Frank (light, al«o dealer). Mason 



Metamora 
Michigan Center 



Dowdish S. A. (dealer), Mason 

Duboise & Earl (dealers), " 

L senby John (dealer), " 

Petty & Baldwin (repairers), " 

*llogers Mfg. Co. (light, wholesale 

mfrs.), " ^- — 

Vandercook Willis (repairer), " 

Lane & Frank (repairers). Matherton 

Sisung & Brandes (wagon), Maybee 

Frederick James K. (repairer), McBride's 

Strobeck J. W. (wagon), Medina 

Eaton W. M. & Sons (wagon), Memphis 

""Newcomer Oscar F. (light and 

wagon), " 

*Custard W. P. & Bro. (dealers), Mendon 

Dutton Wm. (light and wagon), " 

Ghifke Fred, (repairer), 
Shafer John (light and wagon), " 

White A. B. (light), 

*Barcley David (dealer), Menominee 

*Dunning Bros. &Co. (dealers), " 

Goldammer Theo. J. (buggy and 

wagon), " 

Wall Robert (light and wagon), 
*L('e Hiram (dealer), 
O'Brien Patrick (wagon), 
Parigborn Timothy (wagon), 
Bristow & Dietrich (wagon), Middleville 

Gardner W. D. & Sons (dealers). 
Otto Bros, (dealers), " 

San ford George L. (repairer), " 

Spangenmacher & Johnson (dealers), " 
Bolton Wm. (repairer), Midland 

Br(wn T. T. (repairer), 
Dewey A. ( lealer), " 

Horton I. B. & Son (dealers), " 

Lyons H. (repairer), " 

Ryan Michael W. (dealer), 
Gauntlett Joseph (dealer), Milan 

*Hitchcock D. W. & Son (dealers), 
*Bis8ell & Thornhill (dealers'), Milford 

Ciiappell J. E. (wagon), 
Crippen W. W. (dealer), 
Fdrbes Richard (repairer), " 

Wakely A. S. (wagon), 

Pn-ston & Richards (dealers), Millbrook 

Bd-^twick A. (wagon), Milliugton 

Baler John (dealer), Monroe 

Ballhaser Forth (wagon), 
*Beck & Beyer (light and wagon), " 

Egle Anton (light and wagon), " 

Fix John B. agent (dealer), " 

Kamprath Bros, (light and waeon). " 
Kull Bros, (light), 
*Ohr Fred. G. (light and wagon), 
Wagner G. & F. \wagon), 
W<-sterman A. (repairer), " 

Zang David (trimmer), 

Boin Adam (wagon), Montague 

Dickinson A. L.' (wagon), " 

Ptck Hardware Co. (dealers), 
Wentworth S. (wagon), " 

Peebles O (dealer), Montgomery 

Bhur David M. (light and wagon), Morenci 
*Coddington Peter (dealer), " 

Drake Theodore F. (wagon). " 

Vedder V. H. (wagon), 

Elmer Rodney, Morley 

Ilerringlon J. C. (dealer), ISI'.rrice 

R >ys Aureii(wa<j.''>r) 



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MICHIGAN. 



•281 "^ 



Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 
Brandt G. (wa^on), Mottville 

^Donaldson & Bvo. (light and wagon), 

Mt. Clemens 
Koeler J. (light and wagon), " 

*McInerny Henry (light and wagon), " 
Peqnignot Frank (wagon), " 

Buckrell John (wagon), Mt. Morris 

"W^hite Wni. J. (repairer and dealer), ' 
*Doughty J. H. (dealer), Mt. Pleasant 

*Ivi3on J. (dealer), " 

Morrison & Daius (dealers), " 

Renwick Archie (repairer), " 

..Westervelt Theodore (light and 

wagon), " 

Whitney R. G. (dealer), 
Fangboner S. M. (wagon and dealer), 

Mt. Vernon 
Douglass Dayton (light), Muir 

*Hayes N. B. (dealer), 
*Probasco & Greenwood (dealers), " 

*Breitmeyer Wm. (wagon), Munith 

*Hankerd Patrick (dealer), " 

Turner 1. B. (repairer), Munson 

Ashley O. A. & Co. (repairers), 41 

Pine, Muskegon 

Cook J. & Co. (repairers), " 

*Cotie Alex (repairer), 54 Pine, " 

,*Hutchinsou James (wagon and 

dealer), 19 Market, 
Lee Bert (wagon), 122 Pine, 
Miller F. W. (repairer). Clay av, " 

Muskegon Waaon Co. The (wagon), " 
Roy D. M. (dealer), 68 and 70 Pine, 
VanOrman & Morrison (wagon), 87 

Pine, 
Wagoner & Ernewein (wagon), 64 

Pine, 
*Wintermute Peter (dealer), 13 Mar- 
ket, 
Lawrence E. (wagon). Napoleon 

Boise Frank C. (dealer), Nashville 

*Glasgaw C. L. (dealer), " 

Harris H. E. (dealer), 
I\Ioore James (wagon), " 

Reynolds & Hicks (wagon), " 

Walrath H. L. (dealer)^ 
Woolcott Frank B. (trimmer), " 

Anderson Henry (wagon), Negaunee 

Elhier Levi (dealer), " 

Lucas & Evans (repairers), " 

Coon J. C. (repairer aud dealer), Newaygo 
McDonald & Mclvinley (wagon), 
*Schau Wm. (wagon), " 

* Heath D. M. (dealer), New Baltimore 

Jehrn Fred, (wagon), " 

Jordan Gottfried (repairer), " 

Meier Charles H. (dealer), " 

Mallery N. G. (wagon). New Buffalo 

^Parker Elias (dealer), New Haven 

Piper J. W. (wagon), " 

Slocum George A. (repairer and 

dealer), " 

Welz George (dealer), " 

Withe W. A. (repairer), 

*Gui nee O. (wagon), New Hudson 

Fix Phillip (wagon), Newpoit 

Camp Henr}' (repairer), Niies 

Hayues W. T. (dealer), 
Johnson M. (dealer). 



"Makepeace Thomas (wagon), Niles 

Miller August (light), " 

*Montague John A. (dealer), 

*Murray Elijah (light and wagon), " 

Peck Judson A. (repairer), " 

*Platt Bros, (dealers). 

Smith Bros, (dealers), " 

Specialty Road Cart Co 

and light). 
Weiser Jacob (repairer), 
Haase Enoch (wagon). 
Hall J. l\r. (dealer), 
*Knowles E. S. (dealer), 
Shaad Z. (repairer), " 

Givshaw A: Bradshaw (wagon), North Branch 
Miller G. D. (wagon), 
*Orr Daniel (dealer), " 

Weston George W. (dealer), 
Herp Josepn (wagon), 
Baier Charles L. (repairer), 
Powers Wm. F. (repairer), 
Rork James & Bro. (dealers), 



(road cart 



North 



Norris 
Adams 



North Dorr 
North Lansing 



Schaffer Charles (repairer). 
Barley P. B. (wagon), 
*Hirsch .John (repairer), 
Palmer A; Slater (repairers), 
Perrin F. N. (repairer). 
Woodman Frank (dealer), 
Reber John (repairer). 
Lamb Harrison (wagon). 
Snook Daniel (repairer), 
Westover .J. G. (wagon), 
t'onine David (repairer), 
K leckler Charles (repairer), 
Snell W. H. (wagon). 
Dean Hiram C. (wagon), 
Sceley W. H. (light), 
Wallrith Peter (repairer), 
Hlbbard W. R. (wagon), 
Loveland H. (wagon), 
Beecher Charles M. (wagon dealer), 
Moses G. S. (wagon), 
*Pinch Benj. W. (dealer), 
Rosengreen August (wagon), 
Loomis A. D. (wagon), 
Sireeter C. J. (repairer), 
Tice D. L. (wagon), 
*8kelton Charles (dealer), 
riauserman H. C. (repairer), 
*Helles Brothers (dealers). 
Brown J. F. (wagon), 
Snover G. W. (wagon), 
Engell Conrad (wagon). 
Guiles W. L. (wagon), 
Crandall B. F. (wagon), 
Longeer Levi (wagon), 
*Hussell Carriage Co. (road cart), 
Sfhipper, Langeland & Co. (wagon). 
Cross James P. (repairer), 
* Eaton A. M. (dealer), 
Gilbert i\I. (repairer), 
llubbell G. W. (repairer), 
Scofield Buggy Co., Samuel F. Pearl 
receiver (light, wholesale mfrs), 
Southworth Lewis S. (repairer), 
Thomas ct Daniels (repairers), 
Carpenter Challis M. (repairer), 
^Carpenter George (trimmer), 
Dwight David (repairer), 
^Hartshorn Albert E. tt Son (dealers). 



North Saginaw 
Northville 



Norway 
Notlawa 

Nunica 
Oak Grove 



Oakley 
Oakwood 

Ogden Center 

Okemos 

Olivet 



Onekama 
Onondaga 



Ontonagon 

Orange 

Orion 



Ortonville 

O.-^htemo 
Otsego 

Overisel 
Ovid 



Owosso 



CHICAGO WOOD FINISHING CO. 



M'frs of wool) ni-LER AND 
KOUGIi STIFF, ( HICA(JO. 



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282 



MICHIGAN. 






Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 



Queen Cart Co. (jobbers in carts), 
Melvin & Berry (light road cart, 

wholesale mfrs.), 
Nelan Frank (repairer), 
*Owosso Cart Co. (light, cart and 

road wagon, wholsale mfrs.), 
Rowell C. C. (wagon dealer), 
Standard Pump Co. The (dealers), 
*Stuart C. J. (dealer), 
Allen William I. (wagon), 
Findeu & HoUister (dealers), 
McKenzie & Nichols (wagon), 
Mills George G. (wagon), 
Rorick J. J. (wagon), 
*Turnstead W. J. (dealer), 
*Vinton & Green (dealers). 
Van Wey Cornelius (wagon), 
Gauss John & Son (wagon), 
Prankard George (wagon), 
^Godfrey J. R. (dealer), 
Connor & Osborne dealers), 
Garvin J. G. (wagon), 
*Young C. W. (wagon), 
Halsted J. (light and wagon), 
*Lewis C. F. & Co. (dealers), 
Longwood Frank D. (repairer), 
Dregmiller Christ (wagon). 
Mead Geo. (repairer), 
Reynolds M. (wagon), 
Russell O. H. (dealer), 
Schumacher F. F. (wagon), 
Kilborn W. R. (dealer), 
McOmby W. VV. (dealer). 
Moss & Wells (repairers), 
Ruddiman F. W. (dealer). 
Singer Abram (repairer). 
Smith F. J. (dealer), 
Travis Charles B. (wagon), 
Valleau Charles (dealer), 
Conklin C. H. (repairer), 
Robinson A. (wagon), 
*Reason G. W. (dealer), 
*Sykes& Son (light), 
Wagner Martin (wagon), 
Webster A. F. (wa^iou), 
Coggswell & Cobb (wagon). 
Cox William (dealer), 
White D. (repairer), 
Brems Charles (wagon), 
Stevens L. M. (wagon), 
Evans Alonzo H. (wagon), 
Allen Robert (repairer), 
Bradley T. C. (repairer), 
*Dauiells A. C. (dealer). 
Fitch L. (repairer), 
*Jacksou Henry (repairer), 
Lillis John (repairer), 
- Messinger H. F. (road cart and farm 
wagon dealer), 
Monroe Cart Co., 
Pittman C. B. & Co. (dealers). 
*Scott R. D. Co. (road cart, whole- 
sale mfrs.), 
*Taylor C. V. & Co. (platform spring 

wagon, wholesale mfrs.), 
Thrembley Victor (repairer), 
Campbell W. J. (wagon), 
*Hawks William (wagon), 
Carr S;iniii(l E. (repairer). 



Owosso 



Ox Bow 
Oxford 



Palmvra 
Pal.) 

i t 

Parma 
Paw Paw 



Pentwater 

Perrington 
Petersbu rg 



Petosky 



Pettysviile 

Pewaiuo 

Pierpoit 

Pikes' Piak 

Pinckni-y 

Pinnebog 

Pittsfwrd 

PlainwL'll 



Plymouth 
< 

Ponipei 
Pouliac 



Port Austin 



Port Hope 



Reading 



*ANDERSON & CO. (carts and 
road wagons.wholesale mfrs., also 
dealers) - (See p 65), Port Huron - 

Balkwell T. (wagon), 251 Quay, 
Brown John (repairer), " 

Buckeridge William (repairer), 545 

River, 
Comstock A. M. (dealer), 324i 

Huron av, " 

Klebba A. P. (repairer), 312 Water, 
Mitts George (wagon and dealer), 

709 Water, 
Teed C. E. (light), 316 Bard, 
Wright Asa H. (light and wagon), 

605 Water, 
Gilden Chas. (light, also dealer), Portland 

*Orvis, Newman & Co. (dealers), " 

*Perrigo & Shafer (light, also dealers), " 
Rossman Tony (dealer), " 

Bragg S. A. (repairer), Potterville 

Croop J. F. (repairer), " 

Fast C. C. (dealer), 

*Tuttle Benj. (wagon), Prattville 

Vauness Albert (repairer), " 

Lennau Thomas (wagon), Quincy 

Moles Edward (wagon), " 

Mj'ers D. C. (wagon), 
Crittenden O. P. (dealer), 
*Hartwell C. H. (dealer). 
Moffett J. H. (wagon), 
Curtis & Kaiser (light, also dealers). 

Red Jacket 
Demoras George (repairer), 
Lester Ira B. (wagon), " 

McHardy James (wagon), " 

^Barrett O. (dealer), Reed City 

Pepler W. H. (dealer and repairer), 
*Rayfuse J. L. (dealer), 

Reichle .Martin (w^agon), Reese 

Bergstrom Gust (repairer). Republic 

Butler A. J. (wagon), Richland 

*Fuller & Bailey (dealers), Richmond 

Heath Richard (light and wagon), 
*Luter ifc Rapelje (dealers), " 

McL^enzie Daniel (repairer), " 

Smith & Heath (repairers and deal- 
ers). 
^Wheeler Harvey ]\I. (light and 

wagon, also dealer), 
Hildner Christian (repairer), 
Jordon John (repairer), 
Arner W. H. (wagon), 
Ricklan Mathew (wagon), 
Monroe Cart Co. (road carts). 
Van Deventer G. W. (repairer), 
Voorhees Jam^^s C. (light and wagon), " 
Bailey John L. (dealer), Rockford 

Homer & Haskell (repairers), 
O'Neill & Cunningham (repairers), " 

Zinke Albert (wagon), Rogers City 

*Dittman John (wagon), Romeo 

Eckert Henry (wagon), 
Harvey & Crawford (repairers, also 

dealers), 
*Hill Cart Co. (can), 
Kimball E. H. (repairer), 
*Lawrence & Sloflford (dealers), " 

Romeo Carriage Co. (light), '" — 

Porter Charles (repairer), Romulus 

Blanchard Chas. (dealer), Roscommon 



Richville 

Ridgeway 

Riga 

Rochester 



New and Novel GOODS= 
No Old Styles, 



BINGHAMTON WAGON CO, RUSSET TOPS 

SELL RAPIDLY. 



BINGHA3ITON, N. Y. 



For Explanatorj- Notes, see )) S)5. 



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MIClIKiAN. 



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Carriage and Wagon Mdkers — continued. 

Ameis Nicholas (dealer), Koseville 

*Diedenbiich & March (wagon), " 

Rein G. (repairer), 

*Brown Jvilius (wagon), Royal Oak 

Fisher William (wagon), " 

Ratke Theodore (wagon), " 

Ebach & Wahla (repairers). Ruth 

Baker W. H. (repairer), 308 German, Saginaw 
Barttell Ernest (repairer), 713 Gratiot, 
*Bates Harry (dealer). 216 North 

Franklin. 
Benjamin J. H. (Concord buggies, 
wholesale mfr.). 318 South Ham- 
ilton, 
*Blrss A. (light and wagon), 220 to 

224 North Franklin, 
Blakely Kirby (dealer), junc. Gene- 
see av and German, " 
Buckley James (wagon), 724 Macki- 
naw, " 
Eckert F. C. (wagon), 216 2d, 
Eddy Geo. W. (dealer), North Wash- 
ington av c Johnson, " 
Farmer ife Brown (light), 215 South 

Cass, 
Fish F. L. P. (repairer), 
*Harvey J. J. (dealer), 800 to 306 

German, " 

Houghton W. S. (light), 119 South 

Water, 
*Hurtubise Alexander (wagon), 416 

South Hamilton, " 

Jaques Thomas (rt-pairer), 104 Bay, " 

McKay Duncan C. (repairer), 514 

North Hamilton, 
McKenzie Samuel (wagon), 413 

South Hamilton, " 

McMammon Patrick (repairer), " 

Meldrum J. D. (light and wagon), 

317 and 319 South Hamilton, 
*Mitts & Merrill (dealers), 
*Morley Bros, (dealers), 115 to 129 

North Washington av, " 

Reise & Kerns (wagon and light), 

1303 Gratiot. 
Roeser William & Sons (dealers), " 

*Smith H. P. (light and wagon), 130 

South Franklin, 
Sonsmith H. (wagon). 
.*Wegst & Beck (light), 116 to 120 

Jane, " 

*Williamson William (dump cart), 

Mackinaw and Saginaw, " 

Dorman C. (dealer), St. Charles 

Sanderson & Grimley (dealer), " 

Stuart Alfred (repairer), " 

Wilson James A. (repairer), " 

Borntrager Fred, (wagon), St. Clair 

Harkness S. A. (wagon), " 

Hart & Jerome (dealers), " 

Johnston J. R. & Co. (dealers). " 

*Solis & Carpenter (dealers), " 

*Zaetsch D. (dealer), 
*Farrell McArthur & Co. (dealers), 

St. Iguace 
Johnson Wm. (wagon). " 

McKinney John (wagon), " 

Clarey &, Fitts (dealers). St. Johns 

*Conn ifc Brown (dealers), " 



Grant Lorln (dealer), St. Johns 

Ingalls J, II. (repairer). " 

Kellogg Charles L. (repairer), " 

Mead & Rochon (repairers), " 

OakesG. W. (dealer), 

Richmond M. F. (repairer), " 

Shindorf .Jacob (wagon), " 

Smith Martin (light), " 

Stutson A[ G. (repairer). " 

Wise G.J. (light). 

Hanuon Fred, (wagon), St. Joseph 

Jackson & Stell (wagon), " 

*McMullen Hugh (wagon), " 

*Platt Edwin F. (dealer), 

Walker & Schneider (repairer), " 

Bartrum N. E. (dealer), St. LouLs 

Grippen J. C. (dealer). 

Doxy E. (repairer), " 

Drury L. W. (dealer). 

Horton VV. R. (light and wagon), " 

Humphrey Bros, (dealers), " 

Kemp G. L. (dealer), 

Martin A. N. (dealer), 

Phillips Richard D. (light), " 

Scott Bros, (repairers), " 

ScriverGeo. H. & Son (dealers), " 

Smith C. W. (repairer), " 
Stevens C. W. (dealer). 

Feurbacher John (repairer). Saline 

Josenhaus S. (repairer), " 
Schairer Geo. E. (light and wagon), 

Sherman Geo. (wagon), " 
Sturm Jacob (dealer), 

Willard R. (dealer), Samaria 
Binkle Philip (dealer). Sand Beach 
Chamberlain A. W. (dealer), 
Mitchell & McDonald (dealers), 

Lamont II. (repairer, also dealer), " 

Lashser Charles (wagon). Sand Hill 

*Crandall & Comstock (wagon). Sand Lake 
Lee George N. (repairer), Sanilac Centre 
*Andersou D. W. & Son (wagon), Saranac 

Barbtr J. C. (repairer), " 
*Mosher T. F. (dealer), 

Scheldt Peter & Son (wagon), " 

Wilkinson & Richmond (dealers), " 

Priest J. (wagon), Saugatuck 
Reed S. C (wagon), 

Campbell Roland (repairer), Sault de St. Marie 

Holmes R. B. (wagon), " 

Jameson J. (wagon), " 

Buss Robert (wagon), Schoolcraft 

*Clark Justin (dealer), " 

'•"Phillips William (wagon), " 

Pursel Bros, (dealers), *' 

Zane & Hauson (repairers), " 

Cloney Tliomas (repairer), Scotts 

Weed Charles (repairer), " 

Krause William (wagon), Sebewaing 
*Liken J. C. & Co. (dealers), 

Scheller Conrad (wagon), " 

Schlemmer Philip (dealer), " 

Schroeder William (dealer), " 

Vahle Henry (dealer), " 

Brotherlon H. (wagon), Shelby 
*Forbes R. G. (dealer). 
Harrison J. A. (wagon). 

McKinnon A. R. (dealer), " 

Spelman Stephen (repairer), " 

Walton R (repiiirer), " 



WIDE CARRIAGE PANELS 



MAXUFACTURKD BY 

GRAM) R.\PIDS VINEF.R WORKS' 
(;r.\xd kafids, imich. 



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Carriage and Wagon Makers — continued. 

Barnard &, Dolby (repairer), Shepherd 

White O. L. (dealer), 

Dunn James (wagon), Soule 

Bowerraan Joseph H. (wagon), South Haven 

Cooper T. L. (repairer), 

Fletcher Calvin H. (dealer), 

Hinz & Knaack (wagon), " 

Lynch John (repairer), " 

*Pomeroy Geo. B. (dealer), " 

Selkirk M. V. (light and dealer), 

*Wheeler & Ross (dealers), " 

Albrecht A. (wagon). South Lake Llndon 

Alford G. M. & Co. (dealers). South Lyon 

Challis Bros (wagon dealers), " 

Bachman Reuben (wagon). South Rockwood 

Barkman James (repairer), Sparta 

Dole Frank (dealer), 

Hitchcock II. P. (repairer), " 

Kingsbury Nelson (repairer), " 

Roberts F. T. (repairer), 

Bilz Aloys (dealer). Spring Lake 

De Witt Otto (wagon), 

Bauman William (repairer), Springport 

Blanvelt W. W. (repairer), " 

Hicks C. E. (light) 

Ferry & Bennett (repairers), " 

Wellington E. (dealer), " 

Buckrell Geo. (light and wagon), Stanton 

*Hawley E. D. (dealer), 

*Hinds H. H. (cart and wagon), " 

McFaddeu & Bush (light and road 

cart), " 
*Pierson John W. S. & Co. (dealers), " 

Smith Robert (wagon), " 

Sterling Lew (dealer), " 

Sweeney F. B. (repairer), " 

Winter Wm. B. (repairer), Stephenson 

Johnson & Shearer (wagon), Steveusville 

Hill Addo (dealer), Stockbridge 

Morgan Lewis F. (wagon), " 

Cressler C. (dealer), Sturgis 

Dye Richard C. (repairer), " 

Gore & Underhalt (repairers), " 

.Maak Charles (light and wagon), " 

Provost Isaac S. (wagon), " 
Sell D. J. & Son (dealers), 

Sidner George (dealer), " 

STURGIS ROAD CART CO. 

(light and road cart, wholesale 

mfrs )— (See p 65), 
Thurston A. D. G. (dealers), 
McGurn Thomas (repairer), Sumner 

Deerkoop C (repairer), Sutton's Bay 

Boeller August (wagon), Taylor Centre 

Avery E. N. (wagon), Tecumseh 

*Hialey J. R. (light), 

Hyde Albert Jr. (wagon), " 

Kyle Thos. R. (light), 
Pockliugton George C. (dealer), " 

Richart I. B. (wagon), " 

Sholes J. D. (dealer), 
*Slayton C. A. (dealer), 

Cogswill F. H. (dealer), Tekoosha 

Geizel John (wagon), " 

Newland S. B. (road cart), " 

*Pritchard James (dealer), " 

Bradley Samuel (wagon), Thomas 

*Chatterson & Friedel (dealers), Three Oaks 
Davis Chas. H. (wagon), " 



Maloy William H. (wagon), Three Oaks 

Miller John D. (wagon), " " 

Smee Jacob M. (repairer), " 
Thaldorf F. L. (wagon), 
Brigham John (light and wagon), 

Three Rivers 

Cowling & Skeer (light), " 

Griffith John (wagon dealer), " 
Miller & Wilson (dealers), 

Robbins M. A. (light and wagon), " 

Cowling William (wagon), Tompkins 

Broadfoot John N. (repairer), Travers City 

*Caldwell & Loudon (light and 

wagon), " 

*Douglas & Boughy (dealers), " 

*Hannah, Lay & Co. (dealers), " 

Moore James A. (dealer), " 

Petertyl V. & A. (wagon), Travers City 

Drureor Leo (repairer), Trenton 
*Felders John (dealer), 
*ISreff Cady (wagon), 

Neft' Isaac (wagon), " 

Bailey W. H. (repairer). Union City 

Banford J. J. (dealer), " 

Buell & Spring (dealers), " 

Carpenter George W. (repairer), " 

Clifford Burton (repairer), " 

Dodge H. S. (repairer), " 

*Ensniinger G. W. (dealer), " 

Zimmerman C. A. (dealer), " 

*Kaps J. & Son (wagon), Utica 

Steele & Savage (repairers), Vanderbilt 

Barnum Charles S. (wagon), Vassar 
Biainerd M. D. (dealer). 
Dean H. C. (dealer), 

Perr}^ (Charles & Son (wagon), " 
*Sanford. Lyon & Co. (dealers), 

Barrett Hugh (dealer), Vermontville 

Hawkins Don J. (wagon), " 

Lamb George J. (dealer), " 

McLean John (wagon), " 

Bristol R. (buggy), Vernon 

Longcore T. (wagon), " 
Mcintosh W. K. (light and wagon), " - — 

Agnew Harry (repairer), Vicksburg 
Fe< zlcr George (repairer), 

King Nelson D. (repairer), " 
Rishel E. C. (dealer), 

Tillotson George (repairer), " 

Wintersdorf M. wagon), " 
* Young J. F. & Co. (dealers), 

Waldron Alouzo (repairer). Wacousta 

Carnes Robert (wagon). Walled Lake 

Goetz Gustave (repairer), Warren 

Midler John (repairer), " 

Arehenbronn George (wagon), Waterloo 

Smith Henry (repairer), Wateivliet 
Wolcott E. (dealer), 

Hardy Edward (repairer), Watrousville 
Walton W. N., 

Olive Richard H. (wagon), Wayland 
*Stockdale William (repairer), 

Egeler John (repairer), Wayne 

Marker Fred, (repairer), " 

Temple A. S. (repairer), " 
Prouty & Glass Carriage Co. (light, 

wholesale mfrs.), Wayne Junction 

Turner W. J. (repairer), Webberville 
Adams Wm. H. (dealer), West Bay City 
Albert John 11. (light and wagon), 



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INGHAMTDN WAGON CO., 

EINaHA]y[TON,lT.Y.,U.S.A. 



TWO-SEATED 

BANNER WAG-ONS 

New Style this Year. 



WRITE FOR CUTS 

OF OUR LEADERS 

FOR 1891. 



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Weston 
Westphalia 

Whitehall 



White Lake 
tt 

White Pigeon 
(road cart, 

Whittaker 

Williamston 



Carriage and War/on Makers — continued. 

Elliott Robert (light), West Buy City 

Pigg & DeWitta (light), 

Frank John (wagon), " 

*Mosher George L. (dealer), " 

RenhartH. C. (wagon), " 

Shannon J. M. (dealer), 

Travis &, Van Egmond (wagon), " 

* Webber H. W. & Bros, (dealers), 

Flecher Bros, (light and wagon). West Branch 

]\IcCrossin Mfg. Co. (road cart), 

Morrison & Flynn (dealers). 

Lane O. T. (light and wagou), 

Cook Henry (repairer). 

Fink L. (wagon). 

Bell & Utley (wagon), 

Flinn William (repairer), 

*Gee James J. (dealer), 

*Redfern Co. The (dealers), 

McGrean J. & L. (dealers), 

Tarbell W. C. (wagon). 

Middling John (repairer), 

*Sultan Cart Co. The 

wholesale mfrs ), 
Kilens Jacob (wagon). 
Schmidt Charles (repairer), 
Crostic John H. (heavy wagon), 
*Jessop M. V. (dealer), 
*Lonnsbury & Jeffres (dealers), 
McCallum A. B. (repairer), 
Murphy Homer (dealer), 
Toms Charles (repairer), 
Trefry James (wagou), 
Hough L. H. (wagon), 
Snyder C. H. (repairer), 
*Girrardiu Joseph (light and dealer), 

Wyandotte 
Johnson J. S. (wagon), " 

Baxter John (light and wagon), Yale 

Darcy T. (repairer), " 

Moore James H. (dealer), " 

Beam Road Cart Works (road cart), Ypsilanti 
Bovee E A. (wagon), " 

Campbell William B. (repairer), " 

*Curtis H. M. (light), 
Hixon J. L. (wagon), " 

*Lang John S. (repairer), " 

Martin William G. (wagon), " 

McPherson & Scott (light), 
Reddaway John (repairer), " 

^Thompson O. E. & Sons (dealers), 
Wertman & Roys (light and wagon), 

* Yost C. L. (dealer), 
DeKruif H. Jr. (road cart dealer), 
DePree William & Bro. (wagon 

dealers). 
Van Gelderen J. Sr. (trimmer), 
Wagenaar M. & R. (wagon), 



Carriage and Wagon Deal- 
ers. 

{See Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 



Winfield 
Woodland 



Zeeland 



Apron Mfrs, 

{See Trimming Mfrs.) 



Bent Work Mfrs. 

{See Woodicork Mfrs.) 

Body 3Ifrs. 

{See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*Rumsey Mfg. Co., Milwaukee June, Detroit 
*Wilson C. R. & J. C. Carriage Co., 

c Milwaukee av and Hastings, " 

Stew^art W. F., Flint 

*Macks Patent Bent Knee Bob Sleigh 

Factory, 1 Pearl, Grand Rapids 

*PageMfg. Co., Kalamazoo 

*Peninsular Carriage Co., " 

*WILSON T. H. CARRIAGE 
BODY MFG. CO.-(See p 65), 
Stewart A: Co., Pontiac 

Bolt and JS^nt Mfrs. 

{See Hardicare Mfrs.) 

Boot Mfrs. 

Howell Buggy Boot Co., Howell 

Borijtg 3Iachinery. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Box Fuller Mfrs. 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Coach Color Mfrs, 

{See also Varnish Mfrs.) 

*Acme White Lead and Color Works, 
c Grand River av and Fourth 
av, Detroit 

*Boydell Bros., c Bates and Con- 
gress, " 

*Detroit White Lead Works, 101 to 
109 Jones, 

*Peninsular White Lead and Color 

Works, •• 

Cushion Mfrs. 

{See Top and Cushion Mfrs.) 

\I>ado Saiv 3Ifrs. 

*FOX MACHINE CO. THE-(See 

p 64), 350 North Front, Grand Rapids 

\Dash Bail Mfrs. 

{See also Hardware Mfrs.) 



*SMITH JOS. N.-(See p 64), 14 
Macomb, 



Detroit 




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Ui'ill l*r esses, 

{See Machinery and Tool Mfrs.) 

Excelsior Mfrs. 

Detroit Excelsior Works, 11 Pine, Detroit 
*Dale & Brethour Excelsior Co., 

Taylor c Colfax, Grand Rapids 

*FOX J W.— (See below), 73 to 89 

6th, 
Rstey Excelsior Co., Pernnton 

Pinconninsi- Excelsior Co., 



Pinconning 



Gear 3Ifrs. 

(See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 

*Easy Wagon Gear Co., 29 Antoine, Detroit 
*KumseyMfg. Co., Milwaukee Junc- 
tion, " 
* Wilson C. R. & J. C. Carriage Co., 

c Milwaukee av and Hastings, 
Beach Platform Gear Co. The (plat- 
form wagon gear), Flint 
Stewart W.F., 

*Cain & Taubert, Ionia 

*Page Mfg. Co., Kalamazoo 

^Peninsular Carriage Co., " 

Bush Cart Co., Stanton 

*Prouty & Glass Carriage Co., Wayne 

*Curtis H. M., Ypsilnntl 

McPherson & Scott, 

Hardware Mfrs. 

*Dolson John L. & Sons (seat fasten. 

ers), Charlotte 

Eclipse Shifting Rail Co. (shifting 

rail), Constantine 

*Michigan Bolt and Nut Works 

(bolls and nuts), c Iron and Wight, Detroit 
*SMITH JOS. N. (line rails)— (See 

p 64), 14 Macomb, '• 

Springsteen N. E. (pole tips), 167 

Jefferson av, " 

Unsoeld & Schehr (spring draft regu- 
lator), 
*FARR WILLIS M. (sand, mud 

dust bands(— (See p 64), Dowagiac 

*Brewster E. E. (rein-holder), Holly 

Hardware and Supply 
Dealers, 

*Battle Creek Hardware Co., Main c 

Jefferson, Battle Creek 

WattlerV. C, 



Bay City 



Brighton 

Cassopolis 
Charlotte 



*Bialy Robert C, 
*IIoicomb Bros., 
*Jenuison & Co., 
*Mi]ler W. H. & Co 
*I^ipp & Becker, 

* French & Hayden, 
*Barber & Merritt, 

* Barney G. J. " 
*Foute & Church, 

*BarlowC. E., Coldwater 

*Buhl Sons & Co., Ill Woodbridge, 

Detroit 
Cray. Rood & Co., 
*Limbach Sons & Co., 52 and 54 Con- 

(.rppgg * 

*Rayl T. B. & Co., 112 Woodward 

it 
av, 

*Roelim & Davison (jobbers), c 

Woodbridge and Wayne, " 

*Scherer H. & Co. (jobbers), 119 and 

121 Congress, " 

*Weber H. C. & Co., 116 Wood- 
ward av, " 

*Loveday D. C, East Jordan 

-"-ITubbard G. W., Flint 

*\Vond & Atwood, 

^BELKNAP WAGON AND 
SLEIGH CO. (jobbers), 37 to 49 
Front, Grand Rapids 

*Brown, Hall & Co. (jobbers, springs, 
axles, etc.), 20 and 22 Pearl, 

Legg<^tt W. F. & Co., 

*Fo\vler& Briggs, 

Moure N. E., 

*Duuham & Sou, 

Powers M. E., 

*Baniard & Smith, 

* Warner & Dodge. 
*Bauniann & Buechner, 
"••'I3ickinson C. H., 
Pratt C. W., 
*Scott John C, 
*Sleiner Wm., 
Boi-e Frank C, 
*Tu!istead W. J., 
*Mps.';inger H. F., 
*ANDERSON & CO. (jobbers)- 

(See p 65), 312 and 314 Huron 
av, Port Huron 

Morley Bros, (jobbers), 115 to 139 



Greenville 
Gregory 

Hudson 

ti 

Jackson 

4 t 

Kalamazoo 

Lansing 

Lowell 

Monroe 

Nashville 

Oxford 

Pontiac 



North Washington av, 
*Orvis Newman & Co., 
*Saginaw Hardware Co., 202 South 

Hamilton, 
Fletcher's Calvin Sons, 
*Platt Edwin F., 
*Pierson John W. S. & Co., 
*Chatterson & Friedel, 
*Jerome D. H. & Co., 311 



Portland 



South Haven 

St. Joseph 

Stanton 

Three Oaks 

Court. 

Saginaw 



J-. ATV, 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 



ALL GRADES OF EXCELSIOR. 

Speoial Grrades IMLade to Oi-clei*. 

Office and Factory, 73 to 89 Sixth Street, Grand Jtapids, Mich. 

My stock is always dry and thoroughly rifted. Consult me for car load lots. 



ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES, PAINTED OR NATURAL WOOD FINISH. 



SEND FOR PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 



BINCHAMTON WAGON CO., BINGHAMTON, N. Y., U. S. A. 



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*Sa}TeC. H., Gaines' Stalioo 

"GRAND RAPIDS VENEER 
WORKS (for panels)— (See foot 
lines), ]S'orth Front, bet 8th and 
10th. Grand Rapids 

*Page Mfg. Co., Kalamazoo 

Willetts A. P., Pellston 

Hub Borer Mfrs, 

(See Machinei-y and Tool Mfrs.) 

Hub and SjMtke Mfrs. 

(See also Woodwork Mfrs.) 
*Howell MfiT. Co.. Howell 

*AM