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DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, fee. 
Sole proprietors of the VILLA PAINTS, the best in the market. - 

Office, 13 to 19 EXCHANGE ST., 

Factory, 32 and 34 Elm Street, . PROVIDENCE, B.^I- 

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,(] Varnishes & Japans, 
U U • Office, 2 Liberty Sq., Boston. 
JOHN itAHcocK. I.. F. hauoock. Factory, Riverside. Brighton. 

ORIENTAL POWOEB MILLS, 

Manufacturers of all kinds' of 

13 BROAD ST., BOSTON. 

..Taunton Agents, P.' WILLIAMS & CO., City Square. 
/Fall River Agent, E. ANDREWS, 16 Pleasant Street. 

Operates for 

I Hair Lip and Cleft Palate, 

ARTIFICIAL HOSES, EYES and PALATE, 

Wil! .iImo insert Avtificiiil Teetli, anrl give perfect Piitisfacliori 
ln,all cases wlier>' others have failed. Aililre.ss by mail, 

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SALEM, MASS. "^ 




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(See advertisemeril on back cover.) 



> "^EJHSURANCE COMPANY, ^°'' * '''''''■ '""'1^T^''T' w*'"*"?'™ '^''^■* 






SPICCRS dS PEGKHAim, 

Stove & Range Founders. 



ESTABLISHED 1850. 



THE MEDALLION RANGE. ivew 

-' '^— -— Wrought Iron Furnace. 





OVER 15,000 IN USE. 

Call and examine our New Model Range. 



OVER 500 IN USE, 
In Boston, Providence and vicinity. 



^S" We cordially invite the public to call at our Providence warerooms. No. 22 Exchange 
PI. (opp. Passenger Depot), and examine our New Pattern Premium Goods. We believe we have 
successfully demonstrated that ourproductions are not surpassed; and combine valuable Patented 
Improvements, not to be found in other goods. 

Oui- Specialty— First-Class Woi-lc. 

CHARLES H. NORTH & CO., 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

Pork, Beef, Lard, Hams, and Bacon, 

SEESSES HOSS, fISS' FEET, TEIFE, SAUSASES, SAUSASE SWSS, kt. 

Also, Mlaniifacturers of 

Extra Lard Oil and Animal Fertilizer, 

STALLS, Nos. 27 and 29 FANEUIL HALL MARKET, 

STORE, Nos. 33 and 34 NORTH MARKET STREET, 

Slaughtering and Curing 

Establishment, 
Medford St., Somerville. 



CHARLES H. NORTH, 
S. HENRY SKILTON, 
LUMAN E. CONANT. 



BOSTON. 



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Importers and Dealers in '^Roofing Slates." 

Constantly on hand a large stock from the best quarries of Blue and Black "Welsh 
Merrill's Celebrated Black Unfading, Brown ville Maine ; Monson Maine ; Bangor 
and Star Pennsylva&ia Purple, Green and Red Slates. 

Slating tools. Rooting Tin, Zinc, Elastic Cement, Solder, Rosin Sized, Tarred and Dry Felting. 

AULD & CONGER'S SLATE DRESSING AND PUNCHING MACHINE. 

Long experience enables us to eelecr the best quality of Slates. Poor ones make leaky roofs, 
proving dear at any price. Slates sold by the square, carload and cargo, and carefully stowed 
when shipped. 

Information given about all kinds of Slates, and inquiries by mail promptly answered. 
Special rates of freight made to any point. Competent slaters recommended when desired. 

SIPIEGIJ^Ij O^TJTIOIsr. 

Purchasers desiring what have long been known as " MERRILL'S BROWNVILLE 
MAINE SLATES," are cautioned against traveling agents and others claiming to sell that kind, 
but delivering an inferior quality. 

We have the entire production of " MERRILL'S CELEBRATED QUARRIES," 
the only quarries making tliis peculiar quality for strength and bright lustre; and employ no 
traveling agents, and hereby caution buyers and consumers against the deception practised. 
These Slates received the Centennial Medal and Diploma, the highest award given to Roofing 
Slate. 



ASA WILBUR, 
JOSEPri STORY. 



Slate WlarTOS, 529 Comeraal St., Boston. 



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Near Old Charlestown Bridge. 



William Butler. D. Rus.soll Brown. W. Clarence Butler. 

BUTLER, BROWN & CO., 

Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of 



Used in Cotton and Woolen Mills, 

Ring Travelers, Lace Leather, Spinning Rings, Picker Leather, 
Belt Hooks, Belt Leather, Wire Goods, Strap Leather. 

ROLL COVERERS' STOCK AND TOOLS, OF BEST QUALITY. 

SLASHEtt A]VI> ClLiEAIiER CLOTKCS. 

Loom Harness and Reeds, Shuttles, Bobbins, Pickers, White Ash 
Baskets, the best made, Card Clothing, &c., &c., &c. 

Leatlici* a.ii<l lFiTil>lt>er* Belting-j first quality. 

Nos. 34 & 35 Exchange PI., Providence, R.I. 
JUL. MEYPJR, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Je^velry and Silver^vare Cases, 

28 AVON ST., BOSTON. 



IVIAISON FRANCAISE, 

No. 14: TS^est St., - - Boston. 

Laces and Lace Curlains L)one Up, 

AND REPAIRED. 

Sole Agency of that excellent French Laundry Bluing. 
Next to Bigelow; Kennard & Co.'s Jewelry Store. 



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SIMPLEST and BEST, 
N. E. Branch Office: 

10 MONTGOMERY PL., 



99 



AND 



33 BROMFIELD STREET, 
Boston, Mass. 



Send for Circular. 



WHITTEMORE BROS., 

igricnltiralffarelioise& Seel Store, 

128 & 130 South Market Street, Boston. 




WHITTEMORE'S CHAMPION HORSE RAKE, 

"WITH PATENT INDEPENDENT STEEL TEETH. 

The teeth are so made that they 
do not scratch up all the old rub- 
bish, but rake cleaner and easier 
than any other. All other horse 
rakes have round, pointed teeth, 
no improvement made on thera for 
the past twenty years. The teeth 
can all be removed by taking out 
one bolt. Buy no other rake, and 
have clean ha3'. 

We have over one hundred sig- 
natures of farmers to a statement 
ment, that it is 



THE BEST RAKE 
THEY EVER USED. 

Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Hay Cutters, Churns, Seed-Sowers Corn- 
Shellers, Hoes, Shovels, Forks, Eoad-Scrapers, Haying Tools, Grind- 
stones, Anti-Friction Rollers, Iron Bars, Wheelbarrows, Ox-Balls, 
Bull Rings, Chains, Bone Meal, &c. 

WOOD'S GOLD PRIZE MOW^ER, with the new Iron Frame, gives 
perfect satisfaction. 

Our DOE and SIDE-HILL PLOWS are what any one can depend 
upon to do good work. 

Our SHARE'S COULTER HARROW is an implement no farmer 
can afford to do w^ithout. 

Our CUCUMBER WOOD PUMPS, plain, copper, and porcelain 
lined, are widely and favorably known, and the demand is constantly 
increasing. 

GRAY'S HORSE POW^ERS, THRESHERS, and WOOD SAWING 
MACHINES. 

AXLE GREASE, which we warrant to give satisfaction. 

W^e are the agents of RUSSEL COE'S SUPER-PHOSPHATE. Those 
that use it say it is the very best in the market. 

Darling's Bone and Animal Fertilizer ; GARDEN, GRASS, FIELD 
and FLOWER SEEDS, at wholesale and retaU. 

NEW ENGLAND AGENTS FOR OLIVER'S CHILLED PLOWS. 

Over 160,000 in use, giving 
perfect satisfaction. Sales 
constantly increasing. Over 
$50O,060 invested in their 
manufacture. 30 car-loads, 
of 5,000 Plows, were made at 
one shipment, in December, 
187V. Warranted to work where 
any steel plow will, and to 
wear three times as long, 
and to run easier. 

CIRCULARS 
furnished on application. 




Mar"ble,# Granite Works, 

575 HBCH ST., Providence, R. I. 

A large assortment of Marble and Granite Work con- 
stantly on hand. A Specialty of 

COLXJMISr and CAP 



WITH 

Turned Urns^ 

IN 

COLUMBIAN MARBLE. 

A large assortment at yard, of 

Fitzwilliam, Mill Stone Point and Scotch Granite Monuments. 

All work liiiisliod in the best manner and at the lowest prices. 




HOLMES & CHEEVER, 



IJEALEHS IN 



Staple and ^ai\cy G^i^ocerie^, 

FLOUR, GRAIN, CROCKERY, 

Stone ^Wsive, cfec, 

NORTH ATTLEBORO, - - MASS. 



Charles F. IIot.mes. 



James G. CHEi;vi:n. 



BOOK AND PAMPHLET BINDING IN ALL ITS VARIETIES. 



ROBERT RURLEN, 

BOOK and PAMPHLET BINDER, 

30 EXCHANGE STREET, BOSTON. 

Special attention paid to binding of large lllustraled Works 

and Engravings. 

Large Polios for Engravings and Drawings. 

Library Books Rebound and Repaired at short notice, at low prices. 



J. W. BAILEY & SON, 




Wholeeiale and Retail Dealers in 




Mouldings^ Brackets^ 

MARBLEOID MANTEL SHELVES, 

Ciiitta, Coiifliiclors, Eoor M WJnflow Frames, 

Newells, Stair Posts, Rails, Balusters, and 

Building Trimmings of all kinds, 

14 CHARLESTOWN STREET, 

HAYMAKKET SQUARE, 

JoTiiAM W. Bailev, j Across the Street from "DridTnAT 

Edward 8. Bailey, i Front end of Boston & Maine Depot. DUO J. UiN i 

SANFORD & COVEL, 

MILL SUPPLIES 

A SPSGIALiTY. 

Hardware, 

Agricultural Tools, 

And Painters' Supplies. 

SOLE ^VGEINTS FOR 

J. J. H. GREGORY'S (OF MARBLEHEAD), 

GARDEN SEEDS. 

71 Pleasant Street, Fall River, Mass. 



E. S. WILLIAMS, 



DEALER IN 
FRESH & SALT 




&c., &c. 



Washington St,, opposite Fisher, N. Attleboro, Mass. 

FRUITS AND BERRIES IX THEIR SEASON, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
all kinds of 




COAL, 



For Family & Manufacturing purposes. 

ALSO, — 

Wood, Baled and Loose Hay and Straw, 

WASHINGTON STREET, 

Opposite Fisher, NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 




ICE, 



Office: Washington St., opposite Fisher, 



NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



RICHARD DIEMAR, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Breecl k Izzle-Loaiini Sliot M., 

"WITH THK liATKST IMIPROVEjMENTS. 




Also, ready made Guns and Pistols 
constantly on hand. 

ALIi KINDS OF 

Engraving, Steel Stamps, Stencil 

Plates, &c. 
REPAIRINS, &c., PROMPTLY DONE. 



&1 Powfler & &IID fflaterials 

Sold at the lowest prices. 
19 SCHOOL STREET, TAUNTON, IfASS., 

21 DOCK SQUARE, BOSTON. 



L. W. PICKENS, 

WEST BOSTON 




k MiLDIIG MILL 



Causeway, corner of Merrimac Street, 
BOSTON, 

/ Manufacturer of every description 

of. 

MOULDINGS 



USED BY BUILDERS. 

ALSO, STAIR RAILS, GUTTERS 
AND CONDUCTORS. 




LiNOiLN & mpmmm, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

WOODEN-WARE, 

Willow and Tin- Ware, Brooms, Brushes, 

Mats, Cordage, 

FRENCH, GERMAN, AND AMERICAN BASKETS. 

Clothes Dryers, Lawn, Camp and Hunters' Tents, &c. 

15 and IG Faneuil Hall 8q. 



(SOTJTKC SIIDE.) 



ALEXANDER LINCOLN". 
WILLIAM L. HOPKINSON. 



BOSTON 



J. W. LUTHER & CO., 

LAPIDARIES, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



JAMES W. LUTHER. JOHN W. LUTHER, 



Hair 1^ Kid G-love Store, 

AND LADIES' HAIR DRESSING ROOMS, 
154 Westminster St. Providence, R. I. 

Wig's, Dominoes, siiitl Mjiii* Woi'li to Let, 
T£icl GrlovesjJ Cleiiiiecl fbi* lO Cents. 

Combings of Hair carefully headed and made into Ilaii- Work. 
Hair Work of every description, even including Hair Jewelry, made 
to order. 



F.R.R. 

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Checks 



FOR. 



Railroafls, Hotels, k. 




IIBEEED METAL PEf -PLATES, 

For Pews, Settees and Chairs in Halls and Theatres, Doors in 
Hotels, &c,, and State-Rooms on Steamers. 



For Railroad and Hotel Men, Reform Clubs, Firemen, Constables, Police, 

Societies, &c. 

JOHN KOBlillSJS, IVIanxifacturer, 

4r2 Kneeland l^t.« Boston, 31ass. 



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BOSTON "5 O -.' 

NEW-YORK 

VIA.STONINGTON 

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C. C. BRIGGS & CO. 

PIANO-FORTE 

3VC-A."KrXTDF'-A.OTXJI=lE!I^S, 

iS"©. 7&G \Vasliino:tori St., Boston. 



The undersigned having been engaged 
for twenty-five years in the manufacture of 
PianoFortes, part of the time as Superin- 
tendent for two prominent firms, — also a 
partner in one five years, — respectfully pre- 
sents this notice to his friends and the public 
generally, to inform them that he is pre. 
pared to furnish a Pirst-Class Instru- 
ment at a Lower Price than any maker in Boston ; and he feels sure they will prove 
satisfactory after having been subjected to the most critical test. 

C. C. BRIGGS. 

January, 1878. 

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Piano Tuning, Repairing, Polishing, Adjusting Action, and putting the 
instrument in thorough order, at reasonable rates. 




THE 

BRISTOL COUNTY 

DIRECTORY; 

CONTAIMSG A CLASSIFIED LIST OF THE 

PROFESSIONS, TRADES, MERCANTILE, AND 
MANUFACTURING PURSUITS, 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY FOR EACH CITY AND 
TOWN IN THE COUNTY OF BRISTOL, MASS.; 

ALSO CONTAINING 

REGISTERS OF THE SOCIETIES, TOWN AND COUNTY OFFICERS, 
ETC., IN THE SAME COUNTY. 



COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY 



DEA-lSr DUDLEY & CO. 

286 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. 

1878. 



Copyright by DEAN DUDLEY; a. d., 1878. 



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The publishers of this Directory have long used Maynard & Noyes' Writing Ink, and 
they cordially and freely recommend it to their patrons, and the public generally, as per- 
fectly reliable. 



II. 



PREFACE. 



This is the lifth volume of the "Bristol County Direc- 
tory," compiled and published by the undersigned, within 
the last twelve years. 

The work has lived and thrived through varying times 
of prosperity and depression in business. It may surely 
claim 'popularity and success, — its rewards bestowed by 
the patronizing public. We are heartily thankful for all 
the favors received, and to envious rivals in the publish- 
ing line, we can aflbrd to be generously forgiving. 

Our information has been obtained by persistent and 
expensive efforts, and is generally accurate. The few 
errors and defects are such as works of this kind are ever 
subject to, — errors of clerks, printers, proofreaders, etc. 
We have corrected many, but still some remain to 
humble the responsible author, who is himself imperfect, 
and sometimes writes the word he does not mean. 

Several of the towns and cities have, on request, fur- 
nished us their lists of newly elected officers ; and in some 
cases, we have printed both the old lists and the new. 

All the information has been collected within a few 
weeks. Even to the last moment we have advertised for 
recent changes. 

Our plan is to go to each city and town, and call upon 
every business man for his card, having a scrap book with 
each name printed as in the old Directory ; when a name 
stands correctly, it is checked ; and all those checked 
names are reprinted in the new book, while those not 
checked are erased, new ones being written in. 

ERRORS. 

On page 196, under Societies of Taunton, "Easton" 
Benevolent Association, is a misprint for "East Taunton" 
Benevolent Association. 

Page 141, Long Plain is placed in Fairhaven ; but it 
belongs in Acushnet. 

Page 123, Wm. O. Brownell, is a "Merchant," not 
"Milliner," in New Bedford. 

Dean Dudley. 



DEALER IN 



Ship Stores, Coal, Groceries and Provisions, 

Fresh and Salt Meats, Paints, Oils, Tar, Oakum, Plymouth Cordage, &c.. 

Store rear P. 0. and opposite 0. C. R. R. Wharves, Somerset, Mass. 




CUTTER & PARKER, 

"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Doors, Sasles, Bliis, Glazed Winiows, Feace Pales, 

Stair Balustei\s, Framing Pins, 
Blind Fastenings, &c., &c. 

9 and 10 Charlestown St. 

HE..F. PAUKBH. ) BOSTON. ! M^ncl°rDcS 

Doors of every quality at the lowest 
Cash Prices. 

m:^rgot brothers, 

WATCH CASE MANUFACTURERS, 

ENGINE TURNEES AND JOBBERS, 

ISTo. 2 3 Water Sti-eet, 

Up stairs, ] "R O Q-T" O IVT 

A few doors from Washington Street, j JJ \^ iJ I. \J L% , 

E.si)ecial iittcntiuii given to Watch Case Repairing, Springing, lie-Engine Turning, 
Engraving, Polishing, &c. Flat Glasses fitted. Jewelry, Silver Ware, Dies, &c., En- 
gine Turned. Particular attention given to Orders from Expresses. 



Dickinson Type Foimdery. 

Phelps, Dalton & Co. 



Type Founders, 

Electrotypers, 

^ Court Avenue, Boston. 

Black and Colored Printino; Inks. 




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R. S. aiLMORE, 

MANUFACTLREK OF 

MOULDINGS 

AND 

HOUSE FINISH 

OF ALL KINDS, 

ALSO,— 

Apothecaries' Drawers & Fittings 
Wash Stands, Counters, 

Like this in the Cut, or any other kind, 

And Store Fittings generally. 

A.11 >vovli: ill tills line cloiio 

pi'oiTiiptly and ill jsvipe- - — 

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35 to 39 Wareham Street, Boston. 




(ESTABLISHED ISI3.) 



SMITH d^ liiOVBTT^ 

Blacksmiths and Machinists, 



Maiiur:irlurcl> and iU';ili-i-s in all kiiuls iif 



Iron Work for Buildings, Store Fronts, Hyatt Lights, 
Stable Work, Elevators, Hoisting Machines, 

SLATEHS' and MASONS' TOOLS, BUILDEUS' HARDWARE, STORE 
TRUCKS OF ALL KINDS; 

Nos. 125, 127 and 129 ALBANY STREET, 

BOSTON. 



Jobbing a Specialty, Estimates given. 



JOSEPH F. PAUL & SONS, 



Dealers in all kinds of 



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Lumber Wliarves, 
Corner of DOVER and ALBANY STS. 

Manufaotory, 
Corner ALBANY and BRISTOL STS. 

BOSTOISr. 



Machine-Dressed Cedar Shingles, 

all of one width, 20 and 24 inches long. Can be orna- 
mented same as slate. 

Xi XT IVC :B £3 XI. s 

Hard-Pine Timber and Boards 

of all sizes and qualities used in the trade. 

Pine and Spruce Timber and Boards 

of the various kinds used in buildings. 

Sheathing, Base Shelving, &c., all worked. 

Walnut, Ash, and Cherry Flooring, 

Mouldings of all varieties 

used for building purposes. 



VENEERS and EAIVCY WOODS : 

Mahogany, Rosewood, Maple, Ash, Cherry, Cedar, 
Walnut, Birds-Eye Maple, &c., &c. 

STAIH STOCK : 

Posts, Rails, Balusters, &c., 

always on hand. 

Planing, Sawing, Turning, Drying, &c. 

done promptly. All the above stock furnished promptly 
and orders filled, guaranteed equal to samples furnished 
when requested. 



III. 



CONTENTS. 



Abbreviations used in this Book, . . iv. 
Acushnet, see '' Registers," . . . .173 

Advertising Index, ..... iv. 

Banks, . . . . . . .21 

Bristol Co. Register of Otficers, Courts, &e., 199-203 

Business Directory of Bristol County, . 17 

Clergymen, ...... 52 

Commissioners, ..... 200 

County Register, . . . . .201 

('ourts in Bristol County, *. . . . 201 

Sheriti\and Deputy Sheriffs of Bristol, . . 202 
Directory of Patrons outside of Bristol 

County, ....... VII. 

Express Offices, ..... 75 

Index to Advertisements, . . . . iv. 

Jewelers, (manufacturing), . . . 108 

Justices of the Peace in Bristol County, . 203 to 208 

Lawyers, . . . . . . 114 

Manufacturers of Cotton Goods, ... 62 

Newspapers and Publishers, . . . 124 
Notaries Public, page 125, and in the City 

and Town Register's, . . . 174 to 197 

Physicians and Surgeons, . . . 134 

Population of Bristol County, . . . 201 

Preface, ....... ii. 

Railroad Companies, ..... 200 

Railroad Stations, &c., .... 148 

Registers of Towns and Cities, . . . 173 

Acushnet, 173 F. River, 177 & 198 Rehobotli, 190 

Attleboro, 173 Freetown, ^ 180 Seekonk, 190 

Berkelev, 175 Mansfield, 188 Somerset, 193 

Daitnio'udi, 197 New Bedford, 181 Swansea, 193 

Diohtoii, 175 Norton. 189 Taunton, 193 

Easton, 175 llayiiham, 189 Westport, 197 
Fairhaveii, 197 

School Furniture, ..... 165 

Senators and Senatorial Districts, . . 199 

State Representatives from Bristol County, 199 

Telegraph Offices, ..... 165 

Title Page, ...... I 

U. S. Officials in Bristol County, . . 199 



IV. 



Index to Advertisements and Business Cards. 



Abbreviations used in this Directory, and the Town and County 
Ilegisters: — 

Adv. for Advertisement; Ag-t. for Agent; Ave. for Avenue; 
BIdg. for Building; Blk. for Block; Cor. for Corner; Ch. for 
Chnrcli; Col. for Colored: Co. for Company; Est. for Estate; 
E. for East; F. II. for Fall Jiiver; Iiid. Ibr Index; La. for 
Lane ; n. for near, N. for Noi1h and New ; N. B. for New Bedford ; 
No. for North or Number; O. for Order: Op. or Opp. for Oppo- 
site: p. for Page; Prop, for Proprietor: P. O. for Post OtRce ; 
P. M. lor Postmaster; r. for Ilear; K. R. for Pailroad ; Sq. for 
Square; Supt. for Superintendent: Sec'y, for Secretary ; St. for 
Street; So. for South; Tel. for Telegraph; U. S. for United 
States; W. for West; Wi\ or Whf. for Wliarf. 



PAGE 

Acushnet Nickel Plating and Gild- 
ing Works, H. K. W. Lucat;, 

manager .56 

Adams George A., Attleboro 13-5 

Adams J. H."", Boston 192-3 

Aldrich House, F. W. Hniit & Son, 

Providence 119 

Allen & Robinson, New Bedford.. 127 

Allen, situlc & Co., Fall River 64 

Arnold Ezra, Attleboro 71 

Babcock John & Co., Boston, 

front cover 
Bailey F. S. & Co., Attleboro.... 192-3 
Bailey J. W. & Son, Boston, 

front colored leaves 
Bancroft & Dyer, Boston, 

colored leaf, opp. 17 
Barker, Whittaker & Co., Prov. op. 106 
Barnes Walter S., Boston, ...opp. 168 

Barnev A. R., Dighton 9-5 

Barrows E. E. & Co., N. Attleboro 107 

Bates J. 11., Providence 1-51 

Baxter John, Attleboro -5-5 

Belcher Daniel, Easton 186 

Berkshire Life Insurance Co., Bos- 
ton back cover 

Bliss Brothers, Boston back cover 

Boston Type Foundry, John K. 

Rogers, agent, Boston 112 

Boston Young Men's Christian 

Union, Boston opp. 181 

Bosworth Machine Co., P. Bos- 
worth, agent, Attleboro vi. 

Bosworth William & Son, New 

Bedford 16-17 

Bradley Fertilizer Co., Boston, 

front colored leaves 
Briggs C. C. & Co., Boston, 

opp. title page 



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Brown M. J., Fall River 63 

Brown & White, Taunton 79 

BrowncU J. W., New Bedford .... 63 
Bulloch A. & Co., New Bedford. . . 44 
Burlen Rol)eit, Boston, 

front colored leaves 
Burrouich Brothers, Attleboro .... 55 

Bush William R., Fall River 43 

Bushce A. cSc Co., Attlel)oro 36 

Butler, Brown & Co., Providence, 

lirst colored leaf 

Butler Henry, Fall River 43 

Butler R., Miss, Boston opp. 196 

Calkins C. W. & Co., Boston 16-17 

Carpenter C. H. & F. F., Prov. opp. 107 
Chapin Chas. J., No. Dartmouth . . 72 

Christy J. C, No. Attleboro 127 

CitizcTis' Nat'l Bank, N. Bedford. 16-17 
Clarendon House, L. H. Francis, 

Taunton 71 

Clark & Sugar, Mansfield 40 

Clary Michael, Fall River 43 

Coffin Galen, Boston 193 

Collins T. F., Boston vi.-yii. 

Conant James S., Boston 16-17 

Congdon, Carpenter cS: Co., Fall 

River SS 

Cook & Grew, Fall River 102 

Crowd I A., Providence 95 

Cruickshank Geo. M.. Prov 80 

Cunningham, Hcatli & Co., Boston. 

first colored leaf 

Cushman Emery, Acushnet 31 

Cutter & Parker, Boston.. .opp. preface 
Dailey James, F'all River..... opp. 169 

Dana G. B., Providence 151 

Davis & Hatch, New Bedford, .opp. 140 

Davis H. L. & Co., Taunton 80 

Davis & Milne, Fall River opp. 107 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



V. 



Davis Sewing Machine Co., Boston 

first colored leaf 

Dearborn N. S., Boston 112 

Dennison & Co., Boston, 

101, 111 and back of cover 

Dickerman D. S., Taunton 9.5 

Dieniar Richard, Taunton and Bos- 
ton front colored leaves 

Doane Elisha, Taunton do 

Duchenay Felix D., N. Bedford... 44 

Duddy J. &P., Fall River 32 

Dudley A. S. Dr., Salem,. ..front cover 
Dudley Dean, Boston, 208 and f 'nt cover 

Dunham A. B., Providence opp. 02 

Dunham William E., Fall River. . G3 

Eastern Railroad Co., Boston 96 

Eggers S., Ne iv Bedford 14.3 

Eldredge S. H., Jr., Attleboro 13.5 

Finn William, Boston opp. 141 

Fisher Mason & Co., Fall River. . . 143 

First Nat'l Bank, Attleljoro 47 

F"orbes' Lithograph Manufacturing 
Co., Boston, 

back cover, and opp. 172 and 173 

Frost & Isherwood, Fall River 48 

Garnett J. H., New Bedford 40 

Gay A. R. & Co., Boston vi. 

Gibbs Lot H., New Bedford 44 

Gilford & Allen, New Bedford .... 88 

GiflTord Noah, New Bedford 44 

Gilman F. L., New Bedford 16-17 

Gilmore R. S., Boston ii.-iii. 

Gordon Robert, New Bedford 71 

Gould J. D., Boston opp. 197 

Greenleaf G. & Co., Boston 7» 

Grinnell Mariamnc, Fall River, opp. 107 

Hardy A. N., Boston opp. 140 

Hatch & Co., New Bedford.. ..opp. 76 
Hatha wav William G., Taunton.. . 95 
Hawkins H. C. cS: Bro., F. River . . 88 

Hawkins W. H., Fall River 40 

Hayden & Crossman, N. Bedford . 36 

Hay ward & Briggs, Attleboro 3-5 

Hay ward & Carpenter, Attleboro. .186 
Higganum Manufacturing Comp'y, 

lioston VII. 

Holmes & Cheever, Attleboro, 

front colored leaves 
Horton, Angell & Co., Attleboro .. 56 

Howard E. & Co., Boston opp. 168 

Howard O. H. P., Fall River 39 

Howland & Smith, N. Bedford, 102, 191 

Hughes J. A., Boston 136 

Hunt F. W. & Son, 

see Aklrich House 119 
Indexical Soap Company, Boston, 

inside back cover 
Johnson D. M. Dr., Fall River, opp. 197 
Johnson Oliver & Co., Providence, 

front cover 
Judge J. D. (M. D.), Boston, back cover 

Kendall II. C , Boston u.-iii. 

Kent A. G., Taunton, 120 

Lamliert Frank T., Fairhaven 35 

Lawrence Chas. E., New Bedford. 36 
Leatherbee Andrew F., Boston... 16-17 
Lincoln & Hopkinson, Boston, 

front colored leaves and 172 
Lobdell C. P., Providence, 

front colored leaves 



Lombard & Co., Boston 112 

Lord H. & G. W., Boston 192 

Luther H. R., New Bedford 32 

Luther J. W. & Co.. Attleboro, 

front colored leaves and 135 

Macdonald R. B., Attlel)oro 3.5 

Macullar, Williams & Parker, Bos- 
ton 144 and 145 

Mansfield House, Clark & Segur, 

Mansfield 40 

Margot Bros., Boston opp. preface 

Marston & Crapo, New Bedford. . . 87 

Mason George A., Attlelioro 79 

Mass. Mutual Ins. Co., Boston opp. 106 
Maynard D. H. & Co., Attleboro, 192-3 
Maynard & Noyes, Boston, 

foot lines on title page 

McKeon Sc Kellev, Taunton 23 

McNutt J. J., Boston 193 

Meiggs & Briggs, Attleboro 24 

Meyer J., Boston, ....first colored leaf 

Milliken C. D.. New Bedford 72 

Miueur G., Fall River 24 

Morey John, Providence, 

front colored leaves 
Murphy John & Co., Fall River, 

opp. 169 

Murphy Michael, Attleboro 63 

Nat 1 Tube Works Co., Boston. . . . 178 
New Bedford and N. Y. Steam- 
ship Co., F. H. Forbes, agent, 

New Bedford opp. 180 

New England Conservatory of Mu- 
sic, Boston 170 

New England Tvpe Foundry Co., 

Boston ■ 192 

North C. H. & Co., Boston, 

inside front cover 
O'Connor William, Attleboro .... 47 
O'Hearn James, Fall River 31 and 191 
Old Colonv House, A. R. White, 

East Taunton 72 

O'Marra & Dorgan, Taunton 48 

Oriental Powder Mills, Boston, 

front cover 
Orr James, South Attleboro . .opp. 106 
Packard L. H. Mrs., N. Bedford. .. 87 
Parker & Gannett, Boston, 

last colored leaf 
Paul Joseph F. & Sons, Boston, u]ip. in. 

Pelletier Joseph, Fall River 23 

Phelps, Daiton & Co , Boston, 

opp. preface 
Photo. Electrotype Co., Boston, J. 

H. Stark, manager 119 

Pickens L. W., Boston, front col. leaves 

Pond Joseph E. Jr., Attleboro 24 

Potter W. F. & Co., N. Bedford. . . 87 
Providence and Worcester R. R. 

Co., Providence 128 

Reed B. T., Somerset ii. 

ReedE. M., Mansfield 102 

Reeve Nathaniel L., N. Bedford . . 48 

Ridgway J. , Fal I Ri ver 23 

Ilobbins John, Boston ..opp. title page 
Robinson Bros. & Co., Boston 

inside back cover 

Russell A. C, Boston 191 

Sanford & Covel, Fall River, 

front colored leaves 



VI. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Scott A. J., North Attleboro 47 

Scott T. E.. North Attlcbore 56 

Sherman C. E. W. & Son, North 

Attleboro opp. 109 

Sherman Ellery C, Mansfield .... 39 

Sherman Z., Taunton 72 

Simmons 11. F. & Co., Attleboro 

Falls 35 

Slade John P., Fall River 32 

Smith & Lovett, Boston ii.-iii. 

Southard L. C, No. Easton 192-3 

Sovereigns of Industr}-, J. O. 

Hinckley agent, Attleboro 55 

Sowle F. A., N. Bedford, first col'd leaf 

Spencer A. H., Boston front cover 

Spicers & Peckham, Providence, 

inside front cover 

Spink C. B, Mrs., Providence 120 

St. George's House, Jas. Scholes. 

propr., Fall liiver 23 

Stafford & Co., Providence 80 

Stanley Bros., Attleboro Falls 135 

Stark James H., (see Photo. Elec- 
trotype Co.) 119 

Stearns A. T., Boston 143 

Stickncy & Poor, Boston . . .front cover 
Sullinss, Kingman & Co., New 

Bedford 87 

Sweenv William, Providence .opp. fi3 

Thayer O. S. & Co., Attleboro 39 

Thompson H. E., Plainville, near 

No. Attleboro 63 

Tower J. H., Providence 151 



Union Boiler Works, J. C. Brad- 
ford, agent, New Bedford 16-17 

Wade, Davis & Co., Plainville, near 

No. Attleboro 120 and opp. 107 

Waldron Brothers, No. Dighton .. 186 

Wallace P. H., Fall River 127 

Walther Madame, Boston, 

first colored leaf 
Warner W. W., Providence... opp. 108 

Warren R., Boston opp. 77 

Watson & Bisbee, Boston 178 

Watson Samuel & Son, N. Bedford 39 
Webster G. K. & Co., N. Attleboro 24 

Webster Joseph , Taunton 127 

Wheaton Hiram, N. Bedford 55 

Wheeler A. W. & Co., Boston .... 152 
Whitcomb A. G.. Boston, 

col., opp. inside back cover 
Whittcraore Brothers, Boston, 

front colored leaves 

Whitman E. F., Dr., Boston 209 

Whitnev E. cSc Co., Attleboro Falls 31 
WhitneV F. G. tt Co., N. Attleboro 3o 

Wilber D. E., Taunton 72 

Wilbur Abram F., Tauntim 127 

Wilbur A. cSi Co., Boston. 

inside front cover 
Williams Charles, Jr., Boston, .opp. 197 
Williams E. S., North Attleboro, 

front colored leaves 
Wolfendale William, Fall River . . 64 

Woodward & Brown, Boston 16-17 

Young.M.'A. Mrs., N. Attleboro . . 56 



BOSWORTH MACHINE SHOP, 

MACHINIST, 

And Manufacturer of New Machinery, 

JEWELERS' TOOLS, SHAFTING, PULLEYS, &c. 

[[gi= Particular attention paid to MACHINE JOBBING of all kinds. 

Shop in F. G. WHITNEY'S BUILDING, CHESTNUT ST., 

Near the Attleboro Branch R. R. - - - NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



ESTABLISHED 1847. 



AARON R. GAY & CO., 



-AND- 



Blank Book Manufacturers. 

ACCOUNT BOOKS MADE TO ORDER, 
130 State Street, - - - Boston 



T. F. COLLINS, 




If^aina P'a'O^l^ ^ul^f* 



•AND- 



BLANK BOOK BINDER, 



FItAlVItLIlV BUILOIINO, 



73 Federal Street, - BOSTON, MASS. 




AIL KIITDS OF BLANK BOOK BINBmG, 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

Railroad, Bank and Mercantile 

ACCOUNT BOOKS. 

We offer the advantages of a PAPER RULER and BLANK BOOK 
BINDER, two Branches combined. 



PATENTEE OF THE 



Collins Striker, for Ruling Machines. 

ALSO, THE 

DOUBLE RULING MACHINE ATTACHMENT. 

These patents enal)le us to do work in large quantities, at the lowest prices. 



Higganum Manufacturing Corporation. 



♦ « ♦ ' ♦ 




mm mmmi 

38 SOUTH MARKET ST., BOSTON, MASS. 

J. A. SMITH - - (Formerly with Ames Plow Co.) - - Manager. 




'MURRA Y. 



The Charter Oak Swivel Plow received highest award at Centennial ; Silver 
Medal at New England Fair, 1875 ; First Premium at Grand Plow- 
ing Match, at Connecticut State Fair, September, 1876. 



For the better accommodation of our customers and the public, we have 

opened a "Warehouse at 

pij^o. 3s soxjTH m:ar.ket street. 

■We shall keep a full line of AQRICULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS of our own 
manufacture, among which raay be found 

Charter Oak Swivel, Centennial, Silver Eagle, J. Nourse's Eagle. Prouty 
& Mears', Martin's, Hulburt's, and Doe's Plows. EXTRA CASTINGS for all 
leading Plows constantly on hand. 

Harrows, Cultivators, Horse Hoes, Seed Sowers, Road Scrapers, Field and 
Garden Rollers, Cider Mills, "Wine and Lard Presses, Hand Carts, Store and 
Steamboat Trucks, Express and Railroad Baggage Barrows, "Wheelbarrows, 
Canal Barrows, "Wheeljacks; Hay, Stalk and "Vegetable Cutters; Corn Shellers ; 
Corn Planters ; Meat Cutters, Sausage Stuffers, Ox "yokes and Bows, "Whiffle- 
troes, Bag-Holders, Corn and Coffee MUls, Trace Chains, Churns, Butter 
"Workers, Grindstones, (Plain and Mounted), Shovels, Spades, Scoops, Hay, 
Manure and Spadeing Forks, Hay and Garden Rakes, Scythes, Snaths, Scythe 
Stones and Rifles, One and Two Horse Mowing Macliines, Horse Rakes, Lawn- 
Mowers, &c. Also, 

OLD'S PATENT HORSE-POWERS, 

Thrashing Machines, Drag and Circular Saws. This Power and Thrashing 
Machine received FIRST PREMIUM at NEW ENGLAND and 
MAINE STATE FAIRS, in September, 1877. 
We hope, with low prices and strict attention to business, to receive your 
favors. Circulai^s and Price Lists furnished free. 

HIGGANUM MANUFACTURING CORPORATION, 

38 South Market Street, Boston. 

FACTORY, AT HIGGANUM, CONN. 



VII. 



DIRECTORY OF PATRONS 

OUTSIDE OF 
BRISTOL COUNTY, MASS. 



AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSES. 

Higgaiuim Manufoctuiing Co., 38 South 

Market, (opp. page VII.), Boston 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, (last 

colored leaf), " 

Whitteinorc Brothers, 128 South Market, 
(front colored leaves), " 

ARTIFICIAL NOSES. 
Dudley A. S. Dr., 224 Essex, (front cover), Salem 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

Johnson Oliver & Co., 13 to 19 Exchange, 

(front cover). Providence 

ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER. 
Hardy A. N., 493 Washington, (page 140), Boston 

AWNINGS. 

Erickson A., 38 North Market, Boston 

BADGES AND BAGGAGE CHECKS. 
Robbins John, 42 Kneehmd, (opp. title page), 

Boston 

BALCONIES, RAILINGS, &c. (IRON.) 

(See also L-on Fences, ^c.J 

Tower J. H., corner Page and Friendship, 

(page 151), Providence 

BALUSTERS, POSTS, RAILS, BRACKETS, &c. 
Bailey J. W. & Son, 14 Charlestown, (front 

colored leaves). Boston 

Cutter & Parker, 9 and 10 Charlestown, 

(opp. preface), •< 

Paul J. F. & Sons, Albany, cor. Bristol, (p. iii.) " 
AVatson & Bisbee, Friend, corner Causeway, 

(page 178), " 



VIII. BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

BEDDING, FEATHERS, &c. 

Wheeler A. W. & Co., 126 Hanover, (page 

152), Boston 

BICYCLES. 

Cunningham, Heath & Co., 178 Devonshire, 

(first colored leaf), Boston 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Smith & Lovett, 125, 127 and 129 Albany, 

(page ii.-iii.), Boston 

Crowell A. 219 Eddy, (page 95), Providence 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER. 

Burlen R., 30 Exchange, (front colored leaf), Boston 

Collins T. F., 73 Federal, (page vi.), 

Gay A. R. & Co., 130 State, (page vi.), " 

BOARDING HOUSE. 

Spink C. B. Mrs., 154 South Main, (page 

120), Providence 

BOILER TUBES, RODS, &c. 

National Tube Works Co., 8 Pemberton sq., 

(page 178), Boston 

BOOKBINDERS. 

Burlen Robert, 30 Exchange, (front colored 

leaves), Boston 

Collins T.F. (blank bks), 73 Federal, (p. vi.), " 

BOX MANUFACTURERS. 

Barnes Walter S., (paper), 54 Chauncy, 

(opp. page 168), Boston 

Deunison & Co., (jewelers' boxes, &c.), 19 
Milk, (pages 101, 111, and back of book), <' 

BRACKETS, GUTTERS, CONDUCTORS, &c. 

Bailey J. W. & Son, 14 Charlestown, (front 

colored leaves), Boston 

Pickens L. W., Causeway, corner Merrimac, 
(front colored leaves), " 

Watson & Bisbee, Friend, corner Causeway, 
(page 178), 

BRIDGES, (IRON.) 

Tower J. H., corner Page and Friendship, 

(page 151), Providence 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



BRUSH MANUFACTURERS. 

Johuson Oliver & Co., 13 to 19 Exchange, 

(front cover), Providence 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE. 

Smith & Lovett, 125 to 129 Albany, (page 

ii.-iii.), Boston 

CABINET MAKERS. 

Bancroft & Dyer, 180 Tremont, (opp. p. 17), Boston 
Finn William, ,57 Cornhill, (opp. p. 141), " 

CARRIAGE HARDWARE. 

Congdon, Carpenter & Co., 81 Canal, 

(page 88), Providence 

CHAIRS, SETTEES, DESKS, &c., FOR SCHOOL 

ROOMS. 

Whitcomb A. G., 73 Fnlton, (opp. inside 

back cover), Boston 

CHURNS, (Blanchard, Prize, and Cylinder.) 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, (last 

colored leaf), Boston 

CHECKS, (Railroad and HoteL^ 

Robbins John, 42 Kneeland, (opp. title 

page ) , Boston 

CIDER AND WINE MILLS. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, 

(last colored leaf) , Boston 

CLOCK AND WATCH MANUFACTURERS. 
Howard E.& Co., 114 Tremont, (opp. p. 168), Boston 

CLOTHIERS AND CLOTHING DEALERS. 

Macnllar, Williams & Parker, 400 Washing- 
ton, (wholesale cloth department), 81 
Hawley, (pages 144 and 145), Boston 

Branch, Store, 53 and 57 Westminster, 

(pages 144 and 145), Providence 

COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. 

Stickney & Poor, 20 India, (front cover), Boston 

COFFEE ROOM. 

Boston Young Men's Christian Union, 18 

Boylston, (opp. p. 181), Boston 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



COLLEGE - 

Warner W. W., (polytechnic business), 283 

Westminster, (opp. page 108), Providence 

CORDAGE. 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, 15 and 16 Faneuil Hall 

square, (page 172 and front col. leaves), Boston 

CORN SHELLERS. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 Noith Market, (last 

colored leaf), Boston 

COTTON AND WOOLEN MILL SUPPLIES. 

Butler, Brown & Co., 34 and 35 Exchange 

place, (opp. inside front cover). Providence 

COTTON GOODS MANUFACTURERS. 

Stafford & Co., 57 We^-bosset, (p. 80), Providence 

DENTIST. 
Dudley A. S. Dr., 224 Essex, (front cover), Salem 

DESK MANUPACTCTRER. 
Finn Wm., 57 Cornhill, (opp. p. 141), Boston 

DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, WINDOW FRAMES, &c. 

<v^utter & Parker, 9 and 10 Charlestowu, 

(opp. preface), Boston 

McNutt J. J., Maiden, junction Warehatn, 
(page 193), 

DRESS MAKING. 

Walther Madame, 14 West, (first colored 

leaf) , Boston 

DRUGGISTS' BOXES. 

Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, (pages 101, 111, 

and back of book), Boston 

DRUGGISTS AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. 

Johnson Oliver & Co., 13 to 19 Exchange, 

(front cover J, Providence 

ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTS. 
Williams Charles Jr., (109 Court, opp. p. 197)Boston 

ELECTROTYPERS. 
Boston Type Foundry, 104 Milk, (page 112), Boston 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



The Photo-Electrotype Co., 171 Devonshire, 

( page 119), Boston 

Phelps, Dalton & Co., 3 Conrt avenue, (opp. 
preface), " 

EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 

Boston Young Men's Christian Union, 18 

Boylston, Boston 

ENGRAVER AND PLATE PRINTER. 

Dearborn N. S., 3 School, (page 112), Boston 

ENGRAVERS ON WOOD. 

Conant James S., 13 Franklin, (p. 10-17), Boston 
Russell A. C, 13 Pemberton square, (p. 191), " 

EXPRESSES. 

Hatch & Co., 34 and 35 Court square, (opp. 

page 76), Boston 

FARMING TOOLS, SEEDS, &c. 

(See Agncultiiral Warehouses.) 

Higganum Manufacturing Co., 38 S. Market, 

(page vii.), Boston 

FERTILIZERS. 

Bradley Fertilizer Co., 24 Broad, (front 

colored leaves), Boston 

Higganum Manufacturing Co., 38 S. Market, 
(page vii.), " 

North" Charles H. & Co., 33 and 34 North 
Market, and 27 and 29 Faneuil Hall Mar- 
ket, (inside front cover), 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, (last 
colored leaf), 

Whittemore Brothers, 128 South Market, 
(front colored leaf). 

FIRE INSURANCE. 

Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Co., 39 

Court, (opp. page 106), Boston 

FISHERMEN'S SUPPLIES, (Nets Seines, &e.) 
Lord H. &G. W., Ill Commercial, (p. 192), Boston 

FLAGS. 
Erickson A., 38 North Market, Boston 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS. 

Biincroft & Dyev, 180 Treraont, (colored 

leaf opp. page 17), Boston 

Finn William, (office fixtures, dec), 57 Corn- 
hill, (opp. page 141), " 

Sweeney William, 163 to 173 North Main, 

(opp. page 63), Providence 

GALVANIZED HARDWARE. 
Bliss Bros., 170 Commercial, (hack cover), Boston 

GRANITE WORKER AND DEALER. 

Lohdell C. P., 575 High, (front colored 

leaves) , Providence 

GRINDSTONES. 

Lombard & Co., Lewis' wharf, cor. Atlantic 

avenue, (page 112), Boston 

Parker cfe Gannett, 49 North Market, (last 
colored leaf), «* 

GUNPOWDER MANUFACTORY. 

Oriental Powder Co., 13 Broad, (front cover), Boston 

GUNSMITH. 

Diemar Richard, 21 Dock square, (front 

colored leaves), Boston 

GUTTERS AND CONDUCTORS. 
Stearns A. T., 2 P. O. sq., (p. 143), Boston 

GYMNASIUM. 

Boston Young Men's Christian Union, 18 

Boylston, (opp. page 181), Boston 

HAIR DRESSERS, (Ladies.) 

Butler R. Miss, 132 Tremont, (opp. p. 196), Boston 
Morey John, 154 Westminster, (front colored 

leaves), Providence 

HAIR JEWELRY MANUFACTURER. 

Morey John, 154 Westminster, (front colored 

leaves), Providence 

HAIR SWITCH MANUFACTURER 

Morey John, 154 Westminster, (front colored 

leaves), Providence 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



HAIR WORK AND HAIR GOODS. 

Butler K. Miss, 132 Tremont, (opp. p. 196), Boston 
Morey J., 154 Westminster, (front colored 

leaves), Providence 

HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. 

Bliss Bros., 170 (Commercial, (back cover), Boston 
Barker, Whitaker & Co., (importers and 

jobbers), 22 and 24 Westminster, (opp. 

page 106), Providence 

HAY, STRAW AND CORN STALK CUTTERS, HAY 
AND MANURE PORKS. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, (last 

colored leaf), Boston 

Whittemore Brothers, 128 South Market, 
(front colored leaf), " 

HORSE AND WAGON COVERS. 
Erickson A., 38 North Market, Boston 

HORSE AND HAND LAWN MOWERS, HORSE 

HOES, CULTIVATORS and HAY TEDDERS, 

(Bullard's Improved.) 

Parker & Gannett, 49 No. Market, (last 

colored leaf) , Boston 

HORSE RAKES, (Bay State and others.) 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, (last 

colored leaf) , Boston 

HOTEL. 

Aldrich House, F. W. Hunt and Son, 

(page 119), Providence 

HOTEL CHECKS. 

Robbins John, 42 Kneeland, (opp. title p.), Boston 
ICE TOOL DEALERS, (Wm. T. Wood & Co.'s.) 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, (last 

colored leaf) , Boston 

INK MANUFACTURERS, (Writing.) 

Maynard & Noyes, HI Water, (foot lines on 

title page), ' Boston 

INSURANCE, (Fire.) 

Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Co., 39 

Court, (opp. page 106), Boston 



6 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

INSURANCE, (Life.) 

Berkshire Life Insurance Co., Foss & Hull, 
general agents, 223 Washington, (back 
cover), Boston 

INTERIOR DECORATIONS. 

Bancroft & Dyer, 180 Tremont, (colored leaf, 

opp. page 17), Boston 

IRON BRIDGES, FENCES, RAILINGS, BAL- 
CONIES, &c. 

Tower J. H., corner Page and Friendship, 

(page 151), Providence 

IRON AND STEEL. 

CJongdon, Carpenter & Co., 81 Canal, (page 

88), Providence 

IRON FRONTS. 

Smith & Lovett, 125 to 129 Albany, (page 

ii.-iii.), Boston 

JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE PLATER. 
Meyer Jul.. 28 Avon, (first colored leaf), Boston 

JEWELERS' BOXES, JEWELRY CASKETS, 
SOAP, &c. 

Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, (pages 101 and 

111, and back of book), Boston 

JEWELERS' TOOLS. 

Crowell A., 219 Eddy, (page 95), Providence 

KID GLOVE IMPORTER. 

Morey John, 154 Westminster, (front colored 

leaves). Providence 

KITCHEN FURNISHING ARTICLES, (Wholesale.) 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, 15 and 16 Faneuil Hall 

square (page 172, and front col. leaves), Boston 

LABEL MANUFACTURERS. 

Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, (pages 101 and 

111, and back of l)ook), Boston 

LADIES' HATS AND HEAD DRESSES, (French.) 
Warren R., 496 Washington, (opp. page 

77), Boston 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



LADIES' UNDERWEAR MANUFACTURER. 

Walther Madame, (Maisou Francaise), 14 

West, (front colored leaf), Boston 

LAWYER AND PUBLISHER. 

Dudley Dean, 286 Washington, (page 208 

and front cover) , Boston 

LEAD AND COLOR MANUFACTURERS. 

Johnson Oliver & Co., 15 to 19 Exchange, 

(front cover). Providence 

LIBRARY 

Boston Young Men's Christian Union, 18 

Boylston, (opp. page 181). Boston 

LIFE INSURANCE 

Berkshire Life Insurance Co., 223 Washing- 
ton, (back cover), Boston 

LITHOGRAPHERS 

Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Co., 197 
Devonshire, (back cover and opp. pages 172 
and 173), Boston 

LOUNGE AND MATTRESS MANUFACTURER 

Sweeney William, 163 to 173 North Main, 

(opp. page 63), Providence 

LUMBER DEALERS 

Lcatherbee A. F., 376 Albany, (p. 16-17), Boston 
Paul .Joseph F. & Sons, Bay State Moulding 

Mill, Albany, cor. Bristol, (opp. p. iii.), 
Stearns A. T., P. O. sq., (page 143), 
Watson & Bisbee, Friend, corner Causeway, 

(page 178), " " 

Carpenter C. H. & F. F., Gano, near India 

and 22 Branch avenue, (opp. p. 107), Providence 

MACHINERY AND TOOL FORGING 

Crowcll A., 219 Eddy, (page 95), Providence 

MACHINISTS 

Smith & Lovett, 125 to 129 Albany, 

(p ii.-iii.), Boston 

Cruickshank George M. & Co., 276 Dyer, 

(page 80), Providence 

MACHINISTS' AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 

Barker, Whittaker & Co., 22 and 24 West- 
minster, (opp. page 106), Providence 









8 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

MAISON FRANCAISE 

Walther Madame, 14 West, (first colored 

leaf) , Boston 

MANTELS 

Bailey J. W. & Son, (marbleoid), 14 Charles- 
town, (front colored leaves), Boston 

Lobdell C. P., 575 High, (front colored 

leaves), Providence 

MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES 
Barker, Whittaker & Co., 22 and 24 West- 
minster, (opp. page 106), Providence 
Butler, Brown & Co., 34 and 35 Exchange 

place, (front colored leaf), 
Dunham A. B., 118 Dorrance, (opp. p. 62), 
Johnson Oliver & Co., 15 to 19 Exchange, 
(front cover), " 

MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKER 

Lobdell C. P., 575 High, (front colored 

leaves). Providence 

MARBLEOID MANTEL SHELVES 
Bailey J. W. & Son, 14 Charlestown, (front 

colored leaves), Boston 

MERCHANDISE TAGS 
Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, (pages 101 and 

and 111, and back of book), Boston 

MERCHANT TAILORS 

MacuUar, Williams & Parker, 400 Washing- 
ton, (pages 144 and 145), Boston 

MICA 
Gould J. D., 101 Milk, (opp. p. 197), Boston 

MILLINERY GOODS, (French) 
Warren R., 496 Washington (opp. p. 77), Boston 

MOULDINGS OF ALL KINDS FOR BUILDINGS 
Bay State Moulding Mill, J. F. Paul & Sons, 

Albany, corner Bristol, (opp. p. iii.), Boston 

MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, GUTTERS, &c 
Bailey J. W. & Son, 14 Charlestown (front 

colored leaves), Boston 

Gilmore R. S., 35 to 39 Wareham, (p. ii.-iii), " 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 9 

McNult J. J., junction of Maiden and Ware- 
ham, (page 193), Boston 

Pickens L. W., Causeway, corner Merrimac, 
(front colored leaves), " 

Watson & Bisbee, Friend, corner Causeway, 
(page 178), 

MUSIC SCHOOL 

New England Conservatory of Music, Music 

Hall, (page 170), Boston 

NETTINGS AND SEINE FITTINGS 
Lord H. & G. W., Ill Commercial, (page 

192), Boston 

OCULIST AMD AURIST 

Whitman E. F. Dr., Beacon, corner Tremont 

place, (page 209), Boston 

OXY-HYDROGENATED AIR 

Judge J. D., (M. D.), 79 Beach, (back cover), Boston 

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c. 

Johnson Oliver & Co., 15 to 19 Exchange, 

(front cover). Providence 

PAMPHLET BINDER 

Burlen Robert, 30 Exchange, (front colored 

leaves), Boston 

PAPER BOX MANUFACTURER 

Barnes Walter S., 54 Chauncv, (opp. page 

168), ■ Boston 

Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, (pages 101 and 
111, and back of cover), " 

PATENTS, SOLICITORS OF 

Adams J. H., 33 School, (ip. 192-3), Boston 

Spencer A. H., 28 State, room 19, (front 
cover) , ' • 

PATTERN MAKING 

Coffin Galen, 8 Province (p. 193), Boston 

McNutt J. J.. Wareham, corner Maiden, 

(page 193), Boston 

PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES 

Morey J., 154 Westminster, (front colored 

leaves), Providence 



10 BRISTOL COUKTY DIllECTORY. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Hardy A. N., 493 Washington, (opp. page 

140), Boston 

Dana G. B., 202 Westminster, (page 151), 

Providence 
PHOTO-ELECTROTYPING 

The Photo-P^lectrotypingCo., 171 Devonshire, 

(page 119), Boston 

PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHY 

Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Co., (opp. 

page 172 and back cover), Boston 

PHYSICIANS 

Judge J. D., (M. D.), 79 Beach, (back 

cover) , Boston 

Whitman E. F., (M. D.), oculist and 
aurist, Beacon, corner Tremont place, 
(page 209), 

PIANO-FORTE MANUFACTURERS 
Briggs C. C. & Co., 786 Washington, (opp. 

title page), Boston 

Woodward & Brown, 690 Wash'n, (p. 16-17) " 

PLANING, &c. 

Pickens L, W., Causeway, corner Merrimac, 

(front colored leaves), Boston 

PLOW CASTINGS, PLOWS, HARROWS, &c. 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, (last 

colored leaf), Boston 

Whittemore Brothers, 128 So. Market, (front 

colored leaves), " 

PLUMBER. 
Clary Michael, 52 Columbia, (p. 43), Fall River 

POWDER DEALERS. 

Diemar R., 21 Dock square, (front colored 

leaves), Boston 

Oriental Powder Co., 13 Broad, (front cover), " 

PRINTERS. 

Calkins C. W. & Co., 286 Wash'n, (p. 16-17), Boston 
Forbes Lithorgraph Manufacturing Co.. 197 
Devonshire, (opp. pages 172 and 173, and 
back cover), " 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 11 

PRINTERS, COPPER PLATE. 

Dearborn N. S., 3 School, (page 112), Boston 

PRINTERS' JOINER. 
Coffin Galen, 8 Province, (page 193), Boston 

PROVISION DEALERS. 

North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 Faneuil 

Hall Market, (inside front cover;, Boston 

PUBLISHERS. 

Dudley Dean, (directories a speciality), 286 

Washington, (page 208 and front cover), Boston 

PUMPS, CUCUMBER WOOD, &c. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market and 46 

Merchants' Row, (last colored leaf), Boston 

Whittemore Brothers, 128 South Market, 
(front colored leaves), '* 

RAILROAD FREIGHT CAR MANUFAC- 
TURERS. 

National Tube Works Co., 8 Pembertou sq., 

(page 178), Boston 

RAILROADS. 

Eastern Railroad Co., Canseway, foot of 

Friend, (page 96), Boston 

Providence and Worcester Railroad Co., Ex- 
change place, (page 128), Providence 

RAILROAD CHECKS. 

Robbins John, 42 Kneeland, (op. title page), Boston 

READING ROOM. 
Boston Yonng Men's Christian Union, 18 

Bo3dston, (opp. page 181), Boston 

REEDS AND HARNESSES, (Manufacturer 
AND Repairer.) 

Dunham A. B., 118 Dorrance, (opp. page 62), 

Providence 

RIDING SCHOOL. 

Cunningham, Heath & Co., 178 Devonshire, 

(front colored leaf), Boston 



12 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

ROOFING MATERIALS. 

Wilbur A. & Co., 529 Commercial, (inside 

front cover), Boston 

ROOFING SLATES, (Importers & dealers.) 

Wilbur A. & Co., 529 Conimorcial, (inside 

tVoul cover), lioston 

SAILMAKER 

Ericksoii A., 38 North Market, Boston 

SAWING, PLANING, TURNING, &c. 

McNutt J. J., Wareham, corner Maiden, 

(page 193), Boston 

Paul Joseph F. & Sons, Albany, cor. Bristol, 
(opp. p. iii.), " 

Watson & Bisbee, Friend, corner Causeway, 
(page 178), 

SCHOOL-HOUSE FURNITURE MANUFAC- 
TURER. 

Whitcomb A. G., 73 Fulton, (opp. inside 

back cover), Boston 

SCHOOLS. 

Kendall H. C, (normal writing institute), 

26 Essex, (p. ii.-iii.), Boston 

Warner W. W., (polytechnic business col- 
lege), 283 Westminster, (page 108), Providence 

SCYTHES, (Messrs. Phillips', &g.) 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, [last 

colored leaf] , Boston 

SEED, (Garden, Grass and Field.) 

Higganum Manufacturing Co., 38 South 
Market, (p. vii.), ' " 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, [last 
colored leaf], '• 

Whittemore Brothers, 128 South Market, 
[front colored leaves], " 

SETTEES FOR CHURCHES, &c. 

Whitcomb A. G., 73 Fulton, [opp. inside 

l)ack cover], Boston 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 13 



SEWING MACHINES. 

Davis Sewing Machine Co., N. E. Branch, 10 
Montgomery place and 33 Brornfield, [opp. 
inside front cover], Boston 

SHINGLES, CLAP-BOARDS, LATHS, &c. 

Leatherhee A. F., 376 Albany, [p. 16-17], Boston 

SHIPPING TAGS. 

Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, [pages 101 and 

111, and back of book], Boston 

SHIP TRIMMINGS, (Brass and Galvanized.) 
Bliss Brothers, 170 Commercial, [back cover] , Boston 

SHOVELS AND SPADES. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, [last 

colored leaf], Boston 

SHOW CASE MANUFACTURERS. 

Finn William, 57 Cornhill, [opp. p. 141], Boston 
Huo-hes J. A. & Co., 309 Washington, [page 

136], Boston 

SILVERW^ARE AND JEWELRY CASES. 
Meyer Jul., 28 Avon, [front col. leat] , Boston 

SILVERSMITHS' DIES, CUTTERS, HAMMERS. 

Crowell A., 219 Eddy, [page 95], Providence 

SILVER-WHITE AND SILVER-WHITE 
CASKETS. 

Dennison &, Co., 19 Milk, [pages 101 and 

111 and back of book], Boston 

SLATING TOOLS. 

Wilbur A. & Co., 529 Commercial, [inside 

front cover] , Boston 

SOAP MANUFACTURERS. 

Robinson Brothers & Co., 51 Chardon, [inside 

back cover], Boston 

SOLICITORS OF PATENTS. 

Spencer A. H., 28 State, room 19, [front 

cover] , Boston 



14 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

SPORTING APPARATUS, GUNS, &c. 

Diemar Richard, 21 Dock square, [front 

colored leaves], Boston ' 

STAIR BALUSTERS. 

Biiiley J. W. & Son, 14 Charlestown, [front 

colored leaves] , Boston 

Cutter & Parker, 9 and 10 Charlestown, [opp. 
preface] , ' ' 

Watson ct Bisbee, Friend, corner Causeway, 
[page 178], 

STAIR BUILDERS. 

Watson & Bisbee, Friend, corner Causeway, 

[page 178], Boston 

STAIR RAILS, C(3NDUCT0RS, &c. 

Pickens L. W., Causeway, corner Merrimac, 

[front colored leaves] , Boston 

Watson & Bisbee, Friend, corner Causeway, 

[page 178], 

STATIONERS. 

Gay A. R. & Co., 130 State [p. vi.], Boston 

STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS. 

Cruickshank George M. & Co., 276 Dyer, 

[page 80], Providence 

STEAM AND GAS PIPE MANUFACTURERS. 

National Tube Works Co., 8 Pemberton 

square, [page 178], Boston 

STEREOTYPERS. 

Boston Type Foundry, 104 Milk, [p. 112,] Boston 
Phelps, Dalton & Co., 3 Court avenue, [opp. 

preface]. " 

The Photo-Electrotype Co., 171 Devonshire, 

[page 119], 

STORE FITTINGS. 
Finn William, 57 Ccmihill, [opp. p. 141], Boston 
Gilmore R. S., 35 to 39 Wareham, [page 

11. -111.], 
McNutt J. J., Maiden, corner Wareham, 

[page 193], 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 15 

STOVE AND RANGE MANUFACTURERS. 

Spicers & Peckham, 22 Exchange place, 

[inside front cover]. Providence 

SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME. 

Bradley Fertilizer Co., 24 Broad, [front col. 

leaves] , Boston 

SUPPLIES FOR COTTON AND WOOLEN 

MILLS. 

Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, [pages 101 and 

111, and back of cover], Boston 

Butler, Brown & Co., 54 and 35 Exchange 

place, [opp. inside front cover,] Providence 

TAGS, METAL, [R. R. and Hotel.] 

Robbins John, 42 Knecland, [opp. title page], 

Boston 

TELEGRAPH MATERIALS. 

Williams Charles, Jr., 109 Court, [opp. 

page 197], Boston 

TENTS, [Lawn, Camp and Hunters'.] 

Erickson A., 38 North Market, Boston 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, 15 and 16 Dock sq., 
[page 172 and front colored leaves], " 

TISSUE PAPER. 

Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, [pages 101 and 

111 and back of book], Boston 

TOILET SOAPS, [Manufacturers.] 
Robinson Brothers & Co., 51 Chardon, [inside 

back cover] , Boston 

TYPE FOUNDERS. 

Boston Type Foundry, 104 Milk, [p. 112], Boston 
New England Type Foundry, 243 Washing- 
ton, [page 192], " 
Piielps, Dalton & Co., 3 Court avenue, [opj). 
preface], " 

UPHOLSTERY GOODS. 

Bancroft & Dyer, 180 Tremont, [colored leaf 

opp. page 17], Boston 

Wheeler A. W. & Co., 126 Hanover, [p. 152], »' 



16 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

VARNISH MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 

Johnson Oliver <&, Co., 15 to 19 Exchange, 

[front cover] , Providence 

VEGETABLE CUTTERS AND HAY PRESSES. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Marlcet, [last 

colored leaf], Boston 

WASH STANDS, [Stationary]. 

Bailey J. W. & Son, 14 Charlestowu, [front 

colored leaves] , Boston 

WATCH AND CLOCK MANUFACTURERS. 

Howard E. c&Co., 114 Treniont, [opp. page 

168], Boston 

WATCH-CASE MANUFACTURERS. 

Margot Brothers, 23 Water, [opp. preface], Boston 

WEATHER VANES. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market, [last 

colored leaf], Boston 

WELL-CURBS, [Manufacturer oi]. 

Bates J. H., 170 and 176 Dyer, [page 151], 

Providence 

WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES. 

Bailey J. W. & Son, 14 Charlestown, [front 

colored leaves] , Boston 

WIRE WORKERS AND WEAVERS. 

Greenleaf G. & Co,, 90 Union, [p. 79], Boston 

WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE, 

[Wholesale] . 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, 15 and 16 Faneuil 

Hall square, [p. 172 and front col. leaves], Boston 

WOOD WORKERS. 

McNutt J. J., juncticm of Maiden and Ware- 
ham, [page 193], Boston 

Paul Joseph F. & Sons, Albany, cor Brostol, 

[opp. p. iii.], Boston 




AT GREAT BARGAINS. 

IVoodvirard A Brown 

[Established 1843.] 

690 Washington St., a few doors north of Kneeland St. 

BOfSTOIV. 

The remarkable beauty and purity 
of sound that modern skill has suc- 
ceeded iti producing, are nowhere 
better exemplified than in the instru- 
ments that crowd our wareiooms. 
All the qualities that give superiority, 
strength of tone, souorousness, ability 
to stand in tune, and ease and flexi- 
bility of action, are found there in 
perfection. These Pianos have long 
been fiimous, also, for thorough work- 
manship, and the durability that 
characterizes them. After years of 
service, the full, mellow tone, so delightful and satisfying to the ear, is as perfect as at 
first, and in every detail care and nicety in labor are evident. 

At the recent Worcester County Exhibitio'n they were awarded the highest premium. 
The same was the case at the last great Exhibition and Fair of the Massachusetts Char- 
itable Association, held in Boston, of which the late Jonas Cliickering was the president ; 
and his pianos took the second prize. They will stand in tune longer than any other 
piano manufactured, as we make a specialty of that point. 

Pianos sold on Instalments. Old Pianos taken in Exchange for New. 

Pianos to let. Pedal Pianos. Tuning and Repairing 

done in the best manner. 

Woodward & Brown. 




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William A. Tucker, liookkeeper. Directors ; J. K. Heauvais, Jolin P. Knowles. 
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House Carpenters, 

LUMBER DEALEE, 

and mannfacturers of, and dealers 

in, the latest style of 

REFRIGERATORS. 

Old Refijgerators altered into the 
new plan, and warranted not to> 
sweat. 

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Grease. Every box warranted. 



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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE AND REPAIRED IN THE BEST 
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TANKS, COOLERS, HEATERS, IRON PIPE, DOORS, SHUTTERS, 

AND SHEET IRON WORK OF ALL KINDS. 

Agent for Steam Pumps, Judson Governors. Cold Rolled Shaftine;, 

Pulleys and Hangers, 

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FURNITURE. 

In all the above departments OUR STOCK IS UNUSUALLY LARGE, 

and is specially commended to the notice of parties intending to 

furnish apartments or residences. Particular attention 

given to the manufacture of 

MA.isrTP::iLs, mirrors, 

CORNICES, DRAPERIES, &e. 

Which, in connection with a full line of 

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



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BRISTOL COUNTY, MASS. 



lO'T'e-o. 



In the following Directory the towns are arranged alpha- 
betically. The names in each town, under any business heading, 
are alphabetical, and the business headings are alphabetical. 
After the name of a street the word street is omitted. 

ACADEMIES. 

Friends' Academy, Morgan, New Bedford 

Wheaton Female Seminary, Miss Ellen M. Has- 
kell, Principal, Norton 

ACCOUNTANTS. 

Bryant John, 69 Walden, New Bedford 

Potter Southward, 2d, 104 Union, " 

Webb H. 90 Union, " 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

{See also, Hardioare, also Shovel Manufacturers, S^c.J 

SANFORD & COVEL, 71 Pleasant, (see adv. 

index. ) , Fall River 

Franklin J. N. & Co., 4 Kendall's Block, Wasb- 

inston, North Attleborough 

SULLINGS, KINGMAN &C0., 9 North Third 

and 123 Union (see adv. index), New Bedford 
Sears F. K., Leonard's Block, Main, Taunton 

ALE, PORTER AND CIDER BOTTLERS. 

{See, also, Bottling Establishtnetits.) 

Tripp & Briggs, 5 Court, Taunton 

APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS. 

Davis J. R. 37 Long Plain, Acushnet 

Clark S. P. & Co., 25 Park, Attleboro 

Hardin Wm. H., Park, 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



North Eastoii 
Fairhaven 

Fall River 



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Gould F. H. & Co., Wash. North Attleboro 

Sheldon F. A., Kendall's block, Wash. 

No. Attleboro 
Withington, G. G. & Co. 
Church James J. fil Main, 
Snow L. M., 61 Main, 
Dunbar B., 318 So. Main, 
Anthony E. S., 15 North Main, 
Baker Charles A. & Co., 3 South Main, 
Bennett Wm. G., Durfee block, cor. Main 

and Central, 
Brow F. E., 63 South Main, 
Brow S. F. & Co., 62 Second, 
Brown P. S. & Co., 6 Granite block, 
Chace J. E. & Sou, 11 Granite Block, 
Daley A. H., 105 South Main, 
Gagne C, 91 Bedford, 
Gibbs S. W., 8 No. Main, 
Dion J. B., 9 Borden, 
Macfarlane J. A., 267 Pleasant, 
Thayer J. H. T., 41 Pleasant, 
Webster H. G., 8 Granite block, 
Hathaway D. C. H. 
Peabody J. W. 
Borden Charles T., Main, 
Blake James E. & Co., 64 N. Second, New Bedford 
Andrews & Foster. 56 Purchase, 
Cad well Wm. P. S., 49 Purchase, 
Carter R. H., 135 Purchase, 
Church C. H., 74 Purchase, 
Covell A. H., 299 Purchase, 
Holmes Ezra, 160 Purchase, 
Lawton C. H. & H. A., 91 Union and 1 

Purchase, 
Otis Thomas, Union, cor. Cheapside, 
Parker H. W. 73 Purchase, 
Pease W. A., 183 County & 299 Purchase, 
Post W. C, 12 Cheapside, New 

Taylor J. P., 99 Third, 
Warren & Kelley, cor. Union & Fifth, 
Wright J. A. 
Barker A. J., 19 Main, 
Dunbar Samuel O., 1 Lincoln, 
Hanson & Co., 22 City Square, 
Hanson & Sprout, 2 Union block, 



Freetown 
Mansfield 



Bedford 



Somerset 
Taunton 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 19 

Ivers Charles F., 77 Main, Taunton 

Marvel Bros., 5 Broad Avay, 

Nichols J. D., Bay, Hopewell, 

Willard A. L., West Water, Weir Villas^e, 






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ARCHITECTS. 

BROWN M. J., Pocasset Bank Bld'g, (see adv. 

index), Fall River 
Burt, Ichabod B., Sec. E. Granite Block, 
Paine W. J., Room 30 Borden Block, 

Chandler E. C. Taunton 

Hammond Caleb, 129 North Water, New Bedford 
Durfee Wm., 5 Parker, 
Ingalls S. H., 152 County, 

Rogers L. P., 4 North Third, " 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

Hutchinson S., 142 Union, New Bedford 

ARTISTS. 

Bradford Wm., Fairhaven 

Dunning R. S., 145 So. Main, Fall River 

Gifford^C. H., (Marine) 38 William, New Bedford 

Landers J. E., (Portrait) 140 Union, " 

Ricketson Walton, 142| Union, " 

Rodman Edmd., Spring, " 
Wall Wm. A., 169 Middle, 

White G., Mrs., 142^ Union, ♦* 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Crandall G. N., 40 North Main, Attleboro 
Albro J. G., North Attleboro 

Lewis J. A., Dighton 

Spooner E. P., North Easton 

Green & Son, 33 Bedford, ^ Fall River 
Mather Thos., 

Pratt Wm. H., Freetown 

Baylies J. B., 99 and 101 Union, New Bedford 

Bourne Geo. A. & Son, 27 N. AVater, " ' 

Waterman N., 59 Purchase, " 

Lawton A. P., Swansea 

Babbitt George H., Jr., Taunton 
Falvey T. O., 19 Cohannet, 

King William, 49 Weir, " 

Gifford G. H., Westport 



20 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

AVERAGE ADJUSTER OP MARINE LOSSES. 
TAYLOR WM. H., 40 No. Water, New Bedford 

AWL MANUFACTURERS. 

Kiiif? Wm.. North Easton 

AMERICAN AWL-BLADE CO., (Awl Blade 
Manufacturers,) Wm. Morehouse, 
Proprietor, Mansfield 

LeAvis G., Water, " 

AXLE GREASE. 

BOSWORTH W. E., 92 No. Front, Factory, 

No. Cedar (see adv. index), New Bedford 

BAKERS. 

Metcalf S. W., No. Main, Attleboro 

WALDRON BROTHERS, {see adv.) No. Dlghton 
Bailev Alexander, 105 Bedford, Fall River 

Campbell C. F., 106 Pleasant, 
DUDDY J. & P., Globe Village, (see adv.) " 
FISHER M. & CO., 6 Court Square and 

50 North Main, (see adv. index), " 

Griffith Thomas, 54 Spring, " 

Smith G., 35 Borden, *' 

Spooner W. G. & Co., 15 Annawan, " 

Bailey G., (cracker), Mansfield 

Fisher H. H., 134 Purchase, New Bedford 

Libbey J., 52 South Third, 
Rice A. J., 52 Arnold, " 

Richmond S. P. & Co., 173 Union and 

159 So. Water, " 

SnellD. A., 1 William, 

Milliken E. C, 251 Purchase, " 

WATSON S. & SON, (cracker), 18 Cen- 
ter, (see adv. index,) '• 
Coyle P., 22 Washington, Taunton 
Gould A. J., 12 Main and 68 High, 

BANDS, (Music.) 

Attleboro Cornet Band, over town 

clerk's office, Attleboro 

Union Orchestra, Attleboro Cornet 

Band room, " 

Celtic Band, Wash., near Orne, No. Attleboro 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 21 

North Attleboro Cornet Baud, Wamsutta 

House Building, No. Attleboro 

Fall River Brass Band, Bank, Fall River 

St. Mary's Band, Bedford, " 

Silver Band, (French,) Flint Village, " 

Third Regiment Band, Pocasset Bank 

Build iug, Fall River 

Azore's Band, G. Hill, director. New Bedford 

New Bedford Brass Band, G. Hill, di- 
rector, 6 Liberty Hall, ,, 
Union Cornet Band, Gustave Rau, 

leader. Bush, cor. Water, " 

Smith & Howe's Quadrille Band, 102 

High, " 

BANKS. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK of ATTLEBORO, 

Park, No. Attleboro 

ATTLEBORO NATIONAL BANK, Wash., 

No. Attleboro 
ATTLEBORO SAVINGS BANK, 
First National Bank, North Easton, Easton 

Citizens' Savings Bank, Main, cor. Bed- 
ford, Fall River 
Fall River Five Cent Savings Bank, 53 

North Main, " 

Fall River Savings Bank, 83 No. Main, " 

Fall River National Bank, 49 No. Main, " 

First National Bank, 14 Granite block, " 

Massasoit National Bank, 1 No. Main, " 

Metaconiet National Bank, Borden block, 

So. Main, '< 

National Union Bank, 3 Market square, " 

The Pocassett National Bank, Main, cor. 

Bedford, 
The Second National Bank of Fall River, 

53 North Main, 
Union Savings Bank, 3 Market square, 
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK, North 
Water, cor. Centre, J. A. Beauvais, 
Pres., T. B. Fuller, Cash. New Bedford 

First National Bank, 90 Union, " 

MECHANICS' NATIONAL BANK, 

North Water, foot of William, " 

Merchants' National Bank, North Water, 
foot of William, 






22 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORT. 

National Bank of Commerce, 35 No. Water, 

New Bedford 
New Bedford Five Cents Savings Bank, 

Purchase, cor. Mechanics' Lane, " 

New Bedford Institutions for Savings, 

cor. North Second and William, " 

Bristol County National Bank, City square, Taunton 
Bristol County Savings Bank, Broadway, 
Machinists' National Bank, 4 City square, 
Taunton National Bank, 8 City square, 
Taunton Savings Bank, 8 City square. 



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BANKERS AND BROKERS. 

(See also, Brokers, Stock, S^c-J 

Covel & Haffards, Pocasset block. Fall River 

Mellen & Stafford, 42 So. Main, 

Burt S. P. & Co., 43 North Water, New Bedford 

BASKET MANUFACTURERS. 

Cutting H. G., New Boston, Attleboro 

Treen G. S., New Boston, " 

BATH ROOMS. 

DOBSON J., (M.D.) Turkish and Med- 
ical, 11 Rock, Fall River 
Prentiss J. P., Hart well, " 

BEEP AND MUTTON DEALERS. 

(See Provision Dealers, also Butchers. J 

Anthony, Swift & Co., 83 and 85 Davol, Fall River 

BEER. 
Tripp & Briggs, 5 Court, Taunton 

BEER (Brewers.) 

Knapp William, Seekouk 

Prentice L. '* 

Prentice H. R. 

BELTING. 

SANFORD & COVEL, 71 Pleasant, 

(see adv. index,) Fall River 

Union Belting Co., 18 Troy. 

BILLIARD HALLS. 

(Many of the Hotels have Billard Halls and Bowling Alleys.) 

In^raham E. R., rear Union Hall, Attleboro 



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23 



ST. GEORGE'S HOUSE, 

58 South Main Street, 



FALL. RIVER, 



MASS. 



BOA-RD BY THE DA-Y OR. ■WKIi:!^. 
< »■* > — 

Rooms to Let, with or without Board. Refreshments served at all hours of 

the day and evening. 

JAMES SCHOLES, ----- Proprietor. 




JOSEPH PELLETIER, 

DEALER IN 

MEAT AID mmm, 

No. 104 BEDFORD STREET, 

FALL RIVER. 

J. RIDGTVA^Y, 

Steam & Gas Pipe Fitter 

AND PLUMBER. 



Dealer In Steam and Gas Pipe Fittings, Steam 
Pumps, Globe Valves, &c. 
We are prepared to introduce City Water, Steam and 
Gas into buildings, at short notice. All kinds of Awn- 
ings and Fancy Railings, made and put up to order. 
All work executed promptly and satisfaction guaranteed. 

STEAMBOAT FITTING A SPECIALTY. 

78 POCASSET ST., FALL RIVER, MASS. 




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MANUFACTURING 

fsR V^jI?' ITS) <¥?> 




NORTH ATTLEBORO, 



MEIGGS & BRIGGS, 

Manufacturing Jewelers, 

ROBiisrsoisr's BUiLDiNa, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



C. U. MEIGGS. 



A. C. BRIGGS. 



JOSEPH E. POND, Jr. 




AND SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, 

Office in Banl( Building. 

NORTH ATTLEBORO', MASS. 

G. MINEUR, 

Saddle & Harness Maker, 

No. 263 PLEASANT STREET, 

(iiakgrave's building,) 
FALL RIVER. - - - - MASS. 

Harnesses of all descriptions, Cushions, &c. , made to 
order at short notice, and on hand for sale. Whipo, 
Horse Blankets, Oils and Blacking constantly on hand. 
Repairing done with neatness and dispatch. All work 
done at this establishment warranted to give perfect 
Batisfaction. 




BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



25 



Codding D. Edgar, East, opp. Gas office, 

N. Attleboro 
Wamsutta House, " 

Greenwood James, 32|- William, New Bedford 

Smith G. F., 17 N. Third, 

Richardson House, 16 North Main, Fall River 

Silvester D., William, cor. N. Second, " 

Bliss A. L., City Hotel, City square, Taunton 

BILL POSTEES. 

Norton H. F. & Co., 3 Pocasset block. Fall River 
Hathawa^y A. E. Mechanics' lane. New Bedford 

Liberty Hall B. P. Co., 5 Liberty Hall 

block, " 

Babcock H. P., (bird store) 6 N. Third, 

BLACKSMITHS. 

(See also, Ilorseshoers and Blacksmiths J 

Chamberlain J. E., 

Howland C. A., Long Plain, 

Hicks A. T., Bear-swamp road, 

Klebes Jacob Jr., Union, 

AVales A. T., County, 

Wetherell Joseph L., Briggsville, 

Fuller Jaduthan, Dodgeville, 

Flynn & McLeod, Attleboro Falls, 

King Bros., Elm, 

(Xishman C. F., 

Nickerson J. H., 

Briggs Matthew, 

Coates Jacob, 

Clark Geo. 

Reed M. Sanford, 

Tripp Frank, 

Macabe Owen, 

Stubbings Thos., 

Buckley Daniel, 

Bucklin J., 

Daily J. H., 

Phelan Frank, 

Simpson Samuel, 

Angel W. R., Davol, 

Blake William, rear 6 Fourth, 

Burns & Morse, Davol, 

Clark B., Steep Brook, 



Acushnet 

Attleboro 
(( 

(( 

(( 

it 

North Attleboro 
So. Dartmouth 

Dio^hton 

(( 



North Dighton 



Easton 

North Easton 

Easton 

South Easton 

Fall River 



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Freetown 
East Freetown 

Norton 
(( 

West Mansfield 
New Bedford 



Field Henry, 8 Fourth, Fall River 

Hathaway W. S., Davol, " 

Hunter David, 58 Rodman, " 

Packard W. H., 30 Fourth, 

Pierce N. & Son, North Fourth, " 

Richer J., Tenth, 

Hambley S. C, 

Braley H. A., 

Maguire Edward, Assonett, 

Briggs Lyman, 

Crane G. T. 

Kingman A. 

Barton James, City Wharf, 

Brownell, Ashley & Co., Fourth, 

Caswell Brothers, 8 Pine, 

Dean & Griggs, Merrill's Wharf, 

Durfee James, 201 North Water, 

Durfee & Smith, Mechanics Lane, 

Footman & Manchester. 185 North Third, 

Hathaway B. D., 114 North Third, 

King Wi'lliamF., Middle, 

Lee & Staples, 400 Purchase, 

Luce F. C, 83 Middle, 

Luce J. L., Mechanics' lane, 

Macy E. B. & F., 22 South Front, 

McFarlane A., South First, 

Sawyer J. A., 25 Front, 

Sherman William D., 150 South Water, 

Skiif S. B., Mechanics' lane, near Pleasant 

Snow James M., Front, near Middle, 

Springer Andrew R., 149 Kempton, 

Swift G. D., Kempton, 

Terry F. C, head of the river, 

Tirrell W. F., 202 Purchase, 

GofF H. S. Rehoboth 

Scott C. E. 

Wheaton James, " 

Davis J. M. 



Fuller H. D. 
Willis N. P., 
Belden W. H. 
Bourne Z. W. 



Hebronville, 



Kay J. E., East Providence, 
Iliffe George, 



North Rehoboth 



Somerset 
Seekonk 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 27 

Baker D. L. Seekonk 

Eddy Seth W., Luther's Corner, Swansea 

Buffiington Geo. O., Luther's Corner, " 

Pierce I. W., Swansea Village 

Cowing Wm. H. 

Braman Patrick, 36 Weir, Taunton 

Carey Daniel, Broadway, " 

Chace Samuel B., Williams, cor. County, 

Dean C. H., East Water, 

Friery & Kilroe, 59 Weir, 

Garvin C, Howard, " 

Lothrop H. B., Weir, 

Mallet Nelson, High, " 

McDonald John, 2 School, 

McDonald John, Weir, " 

Morse Jason, Tremont, " 

Puffer Charles G., Westville, 

Sisson Wm. & Son, Westport 

BLACKSMITHS' SUPPLIES. 

CONGDON, CARPENTER & CO., (see 
advt. Index) 23 Bedford, Fall River, 
and 81 Canal, Providence, R. I. 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. 

(See Bookbinders.) 

Earl N. R., 19 Bedford, Fall River 

Fraprie Stephen T., 42 South Main, 
Collins & Allen, 73 Union, New Bedford 

HATHAWAY WILLIAM G., 16 Main, Taunton 

BLEACHERIES, (HAT AND BONNET.) 

Orr Brothers, bleachery. South Attleboro 

Fall River Bleachery, Stafford road. Fall River 

ShepardW. P.,12Bank, ^ 

Dickinson Richard, 61 South Main, " 

Greene F. H., 22 North Second, New Bedford 

BLEACHERIES. (See also, Dyers.) 

ORR JAMES (.see advt. Index), South Attleboro 
Fall River Bleachery, Spenser Borden Agent. 

Fall River 

Porter B. G. 

Watson & Co. ** 

Winslow H. H. 



28 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

BLOCK AND PUMP MAKERS. 

'See Pump and Block Makers.) 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

ARNOLD EZRA, 27 B:nik, (see advt.) Attleboro 
YOUNG, HENRY C, MRS. E:ist street, 

fifth from Orne, {see advt.) North Attleboro 

Cheever Maria L. Mrs. Attleboro^Falls 

Hall Wiliard E. Mrs., Washington, opp. 

High, North Attleboro 

Shaw Thos. L. Mrs., near Baptist Meet- 
ing House, . " 
Williams R., Masonic building, Wash. " 
Grinnell M., 7 North Main, Fall River 
Keith B., see. E., Granite Block, " 
Railroad House, 73 Ferry, " 
Sheridan House, Ferry, " 
Alderson Wra., 85 South Main, " 
Scholes James, 58 South Main, " 
Worthing C. A., 79 So. Main, 

Betz Thaddeus, 44 Middle, New Bedford 

Carter Domingo, 57 S. Water, (Sjmnish), " 
Fuller John, 164 South Water, •' 

Habicht J. B., 11 North Second, " 

Lucas Allen Mrs., 72 South Second. " 

Mariners' Home, 15 Bethel, " 

Pray William H. H. Mrs., 41 South Water, " 
Thomas Antonio, " 

Vera Frank, 113 South Water, 
Webster Cornelius Mrs., 52 Fifth, 
Whitcomb House, 152 Union, c. Fifth, New Bedford 
DAVIS J. L. MRS. Main street, board 

by the week or day, Somerset 

BOAT BUILDERS, 

Leonard Ebenezer, Long Plain, Acushnet 

Bartlett Allen, Fish Island, New Bedford 

Beetle James, the wharf, foot of Coffin, " 

Butler William F., Willis Point, " 

Cranston J. M,, Fish Island, " 

KIRBY H. S., (boat builder's materials), " 
Eldrid^e S. B., Front, " 

Farnham George W., foot of Cannon, " 

Mitchell S., Fi^h Island, 
Allen J., Fairhaven 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 29 

Bailey J. G., " 

Delano J., " 

Hurschell W. H., 

BOILER MAKERS. 

Fall River Iron Works Company, Water, Fall River 

Kelly E., Davol, 

New Bedford Boiler Works, 24 Front, New Bedford 

UNION BOILER WORKS, 27 Front, J. 
C. Bradford, proprietor, (see adv.) " 

GIFFORD & ALLEN, bolts, spikes, 
and nails, cor. No. Front and Hazard's 
wharf, (see adv.) New Bedford 

BONE SETTERS. 

Sweet Job & Son, 119 Kempton, New Bedford 

BOOKBINDERS. 

EARL N. R. 19 Bedford, Fall Rivei' 

Fraprie Stephen T. 42 So. Main, 
Howe William, 30 Purchase, New Bedford 

HATHAWAY WILLIAM G. 16 Main, 

{seeadv.^, Taunton 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

(See also Stationery and Periodical Dealers.) 

BAXTER JOHN, 10 Park, Attleboro 

ELDREDGE S. H. JR. 31 and 38 Park, 

Razee B. A. 1 Kendall's block, North Attleboro 

Adams Robert, 19 South Main, Fall River 

Earl Benjamin & Son, 7 Granite block, " 

Thorp & Johnson, 5 North Main, " 

Borden C. T., Main, . Manstield 

Hitch A. S. Purchase, New Bedford 
HUTCHINSON S., 142 Union, 

Lawton J. M. Jr., Cheapside, *< 

Barker A. J., 19 Main, Taunton 

Dickerman Henry A., 99 Main, " 

Dunbar Samuel O., 1 Lincoln, " 

Hanson & Sproat, 3 Main, *< 

Hanson & Co., 22 City square, " 

Ivers Charles F., 7 Main, " 

Seaver W. P., 10 City square, «« 

Smith John, Cohaunet, " 



30 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



(( 



Fall River 



BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 

Roche J. P., 9 North Main, Attleboro 

HAWES GEO. E., Washington, No. Attleboro 

KNAPP, BATES, & FOLLETT, Wash- 
ington, " 

MURPHY M. Washington, (see adv.), 

Whitman H. C, Park, 

Auger Edmund, Pleasant, 

Brown & Dodge, 49 and 50 Pleasant, 

Centennial Co. Operative Boot and Shoe 
Co. 14 North Main, 

Coolidge C. H. 258 Pleasant, 

Crowlev S. M., 46 South Main, 

Connelly M. 104 Pleasant, 

Conelly T., 100 South Main, 

Dubrule & Sicard, 118 South Main, 

Emery W. N., 23 South Main, 

Flynn James D., 74 South Main, 

French J. B. & Son, 30 North Main, 

French Stephen L., 30 South Main, 

Haggerty T. Jr., 96 Davol, 

Hayhurst W., 104 South Main, 

Martin J. & Co., 39 South Main, 

Milne & Mackenzie, 10 Granite block, 

Preble Brothers, 77 Pleasant, 

Sears & Hall, 13 Granite block, 

Stanton Brothers. S6 South Main, 

Thompson Richard, 44 North Main, 

Rogerson Brothers, 

Chandler W. G., 2 Ricketson's block. 

Church J. J., 131 Purchase, 

DevoU P. & Son, 26 Purchase, 

Donaghy Thomas. 5 So. Water, c. Union, 

Freeman E. P., 3 Purchase, 

Howard J. & Brother, 183 Purchase, 

Lothrop Asa, 83 Purchase, 

Lucas A. E. & Co., 129 Union, 

Macey J. Jr.. 89 Purchase, 

Packard C, 9 Cheapside, 

Palmer A. R., 131 Union, 

Sherr}^ James, 57 Purchase, 

Union Boot & Shoe Co. 71 and 75 William, 

ALBRO JAMES D., Bay, Hopewell, 

Boston Boot and Shoe Store, 27 Main, 

Conaty F. P., 8 Broadway, 



Mansfield 
New Bedford 



Taunton 



(( 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



31 



E . WHITNEY. W. A. READ. 

E. WHITNEY & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Jewelry itioD^ancf Kilt M. 

ineck: chain a specialty". 



No. 299 I3road-way, . . . ]N ew York. 
FACTORY, ATTLEBORO FALLS, MASS. 




EMERY CUSHMAN, 

I IliiFUn^EB. 



<*»»> 



SO&P, SPIC[, fRUIT & CmiDll BOK[S, 

SHOOKS, TEA CADDIES, &c. 

FXJKIVISHED TO ORDER. 

ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
ACUSHNET, MASS. 

JAMES O'HEARN, 



DEALER IN 



LAMB, MUTTON, VEAL & BEEF. 

FKXJITS 11^ THEIR SEA^SO^ST. 

No. 106 South Main Street, 

FALL RIVER, MASS. 



32 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Life, Fire and Marine Insurance Agency 

OF 

JOHN P. SX.AI3E, 

Section G, Granite Block, over First National Bank, Fall River, IMass> 

InsurancQ for any amount promptly placed in reliable companies at favorable rates. 
Losses honorable adjusted and promptly paid. 



FIRE.— /Issefs. Liverpool and London and Globe Ins. Co., England. $27,700,000 ; Royal 
Insurance Com})any, Kng., 18,450,000; Imperial and Northern Ins. Co., England, 2.3,000,- 
000; ^tna Insurance Cor, Hartford, 7,115,000; Insurance Co. of North America, 6,601,000, 
Homo Insurance Co., New York, 6,104,000; Continental Insurance Co., New York; 
3,000,000; Niagara Fire Insurance Co., New York, 1,440,000; Franklin Fire Insurance 
Co., Philadelphia, 3,352,000; Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co., Philadelphia, 1,67.5,000; 
Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, 3,273,000; Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance 
Co., Springfield, 1,515,000; Firat National Fire Insurance Co,, Worcester, 298,483; Fan- 
cuil Hall Insurance Co., Boston, 535,000. 

MUTUAL. — Merchants' and Farmers' Mutual, Worcester, $215,000; Dorchester 
Mutual, Boston, 74,019. These companies pay cash diviaends on all expiring policies. 

MARINE.- Insurance Co., of North America, $6,601,000. 

LIFE. — New England Mutual Life, Boston. $14,193,866; State Mutual Life, Wor- 
cester, 2,318,000. 

PURE COFFEES and SPICES A SPECIALTY. 




Orders solicited & Goods delivered free of expense. 

J. & P. BUDDY, 






BR EAD, OAKES, PIES, 

AND AXL GOODS 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER AT 
SHORT NOTICE. 

WEDDINGS, PARTIES, AND PICNICS SUPPLIED. 



Globe Village, . . . Fall River Mass. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



33 



DURGIN BROS. & WILLIAMS, Hopewell, 

Tauiitou 
Elliott Duncau S., 47 City square, 
Martin J. M., West Water, 
Martin J. R., Weir, 
Mason Daniel H., 41 Main, 
Peck H. L., 04 Main, 
Perry H. C, 7 Main, 
RANKIX L., Bay, corner Jelferson, 
Shurtlefl'S. A., Weir, 
Stavers J. W., 55 City square. 
Sweet A. W., 75 Main, 
Townsend W. F., 9 City square, 
Whitcley A. F., 16 City square, 
SANDERS C. W., 



(C 






East Taunton 



BOOT AND SHOE MAKSSRS. 

Manter John, Jr., Long Plain, 

Dewhurst E., Common, 

McCormick J., Railroad avenue, 

Jordan J., 1 Bauk, 

Maguire Charles, Washington, 

Rollin G. W., 

Freeman C. A.. 

Randall R. G., 

Pidge Benjamin, 

Walton William, 

Miller E., Washington, 

MURPHY M., Washington, {see adv.) 

Zilch A. H., Elm, 

Burt Thomas, 

Cummings A., 

Carver D. O., 

Dillingham E. J., 

Connell T., 42 South Main^ 

Lynch T. E., 13 North Main, 

Belcher Luther, 

Bourne Nelson, 112 Kempton, 

Brown Jacob, 21 Centre, 

Burbank Thomas, 129 Purchase, 

Cairns M., 48 William, 

Davis B., 74 Kempton, 

Dugdale John, 280 South Water, 

Dunbar W. A., 32 North Second, 

Ellis R. L., Bedford, near South Sixth, 

Ellis T. B., 285 Purchase, 



Acushnet 
Attleboro 



Attleboro Falls 

Easton 

North Easton 

Dighton 

North Dighton 

North Attleboro 



Berkeley 

Fairhaven 

Fall River 

Freetown 
New Bedford 



34 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Graham J. T., 76 1-2 County, New Bedford 

Howard Jacob & Brother, 181 Purchase, 

Janell Charles F., 7 William, 

Keen Allen, 211 Middle, 

Kirschbaum Jacob, 61 North Sixth, 

Pollock John, 80 1-2 Union, 

Steil & Frank, 6S Union, 

Thayer Charles H., 59 1-2 South Second, 

Thurber John, Rehoboth 

Baker H. A., Swansea 

ChaceJ.T., 

SladeR. S., 

Callahan Patrick, City Hotel building, 

Broadway, Taunton 

Clark Samuel C, Cohannet block, " 

Griffin P., Washington, 

Johnson Almon, Cohannet block, " 

Leach Henry D., Broadway, " 

Perkins E. F., 3 Cohannet block, " 

ShurtleffS. A., 21 Weir, 

Valentine Edward, High, near the railroad, " 

Whiteley A. F., 1 Cro'cker's block, " 

Carr Thomas D., Westport 

Macomber Ezra, " 

BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURERS. 

Gilmore A. A. & Co., North Easton 

KING JOHN B., 

Packard I. & E., South Easton 

Randall M. L. & F., 

Hathaway, Soule, & Harrington, North 

Second, corner North, New Bedford 

Paulding, Reed, & Gifford, William, " 

Richardson M. O. Jr., new County road, 
Tinkham E. B., North Second, 
Snow C. F., Raynham Centre 

Snow William O., 

Johnson, Kelly, & Co., North Raynham 

White Damon D., 

BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENTS. 

Francis E. P., 22 Eleventh, Fall River 

Ogden H., 31 Columbia, " 

Tripp & Briggs, 5 Court, Taunton 






BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



35 



F. G. WHITNEY & CO. 

Manufacturers of Gilt and Plated 

JEWELRY, CHAINS, 

FANCY BRASS GOODS & NOVELTIES, 

Office, 179 ~Brosid-wsiy, JS^ew York. 
FACTORY, NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

R. F. SIMMONS & Co. 

liiifietifli| Jiwillifij 

ATTLEBORO FALLS, MASS. 

NAPKIN RING BOXES, STUDS, PLATED SETS. 

specialty, Fine Gold Stock Plated Chain. 

R. P. SIMMONS. E. L. lUXON. J. L. SWEET. 

HAY WAR, 13 &: BRIGOS, 

M:AlSrUFAOTURING}- JEWELLERS, 

OFFICE, No. 191 BROADWAY, .... NEW YORK. 

We make a Specialty of our Patent Bracelet. 
The front and lining of this Bracelet being soldered together through their entire 
length, (with the ribs, which give additional strength to resist pressure,) renders it the 
Strongest, Most Durable, and Lightest Bracelet in the market, and a perfect 

representation of a gold bracelet. Patented July '21st, 1S74. 



R. B. MACDONALD, 



»4f 11 SWI 



[▲Ell 



STEAM RO^^^ER BUILDING-, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

FRA^ISTK T. LA^MBERT, 

MANUFACTURER, 

WHOLESAIiE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

FINE HAVANA AND SEED 




CIGARS,,' 



MAIN STREET. 



FAIRHAVEN 



MASS. 




36 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTOY. 



A. BUSHEE & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




SLEEVE BUTTONS A SPECIALTY. 



ALBERT A. BUSHEE, 
OHAS. II. BUSHEE, 
EBENEZER BACON. 



A: 



^ 



i@)l 



m 



iiWi^ P:l^^mmSi 



GHIS. E. LIWRENCE, 

SICrj, SHOW CAS^D, 





i^iuit^t^t 



&RAINER AND PAPER HANGER, 



||@ Fesi Offise, 



Hew 



HAYDEW & CROSSMAN, 



DEALTCRS IlSr 







Crockery, Glass and Wooden Ware, 




KITCHEN FURNISHING GOODS, 

ALSO, .\(;knts iok 

BARSTOW'S WROUGHT-IEON FURNACES, 

CORNER of BEDFORD & THIRD STREETS, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 37 



BOYS' CLOTHING. 

(Most Clothing Dealers sell Boys' Clothing. j 

Magrath M. A. Mrs. 127 Union, New Bedford 

Col))y Samuel, Union block, Taunton 

BOX MAKERS. 

(See Paper Box Makers.) 

CUSHMAN EMERY, {see adv. inde^), Acushnet 
Lumbard John, " 

SHERMAN E. C, Central, (see adv. 

index) , Mansfield 

SCOTT A. J., (fancy boxes), Eddy, n. 

Washington, (see adv. index), North Attleboro 
CHAPIN C. J., (see adv. index). North Dartmouth 
Ryder L., 9 Pine, New Bedford 

Wood Tilson, head of Pine, " 

Wilbur Melvin, Ray n ham 

Sproat J. H., East Water, Taunton 

Williams N. S., 

Richmond C. R., East Taunton 

Sisson Alden G. Westport 

BRACKETS AND MOULDINGS. 

MAYNARD D. H. & CO., Maynard's 

Mill, near T. B. R. R. {see adv. index), Attleboro 

SOWLE F. A., cor. Elm and No. Water, 

{see adv. index). New Bedford 

Washburn & Bates, 149 No. Water, " 

BRAID AND SHOE LACING MANUFACTURERS. 

Gold Medal Braid Company, Attleboro Falls 

Nichols John F., 90 Pocasset, Fall River 

BRASS, COPPER, AND LEAD WARE DEALERS. 

GIFFORD & ALLEN, cr.rner No. Front 

and Hazard's wharf, {see adv. index). New Bedford 

BUSH W. R., (brass finisher), 3G and 38 

Pocasset, {see adv index) , Fall River 

BRASS FOUNDERS. 

Wiuslow John, Fairhaven 

GIFFORD & ALLEN, corner No. Frcmt 

and Hazard's wharf, {see adv. index.). New Bedford 
Cragie Andrew, 103 North Water, " 

New Bedford Novelty Co., (ornamental 

brass), 19 Rodman, " 



38 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Trefetheii D. A., 18 Westminster, Taunton 

BREWERS. 

(See Beer Breivers.) 

Columbia Brewery, 70 and 72 Columbia, 

Hurst & Penrose, proprietors, Fall River 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Godfrey H., * Taunton 

Howlaiid I. H., Williams, 

Taunton Brick Co., County, cor. Williams, 

Presbrery Stove Liniug Co., Bow, 

Staples A. B., Linden, 

Williams Alexander H., Somerset avenue, 

Williams J. R., below the bridge, Weir Village 

BRITANNIA WARE MANUFACTURERS. 

Eldridgc & Co., Whittenton Station, Taunton 

Porter Britannia and Plate Co., " 

REED & BARTON, Britanniaville, 

BROKERS, SHIP. 

(See also, Cotton Brokers, also Bankers and Biokers.) 

Cleveland A. L., 23 Centre, New Bedford 

CODD THOMAS A., 18 South Water, 
Burt Daniel C, (monev broker), 19 No. 

Water, 
Greene & Son, (stock brokers), 33 Bedford, 

Fall River 

BROOM MANUFACTURERS. 
Fall River Broom Co., 266 No. Main, Fall River 

Bowen George S. & Co., 104 Third, New Bedford 
Cunninghanrj. J., 29 School, Taunton 

BRUSH MANUFACTURER. 

SCOTT T. E., East, near depot, (fee 

adv. index), North Attleboro 

BUILDING MOVER. 

Wheeler Martin, 30 Allen, New Bedford 

BUTCHERS. 

(See also Provision Dealers. ) 

WILLIAMS E. S., Washington, opp. 

l^hhev, {see adv. index). North Attleboro 






BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 39 

O. S. THAYER & CO. 

MANUFACTURING 

North Main Street, 

ATTLEBORO. 

Box Manufacturer, 

SOAP, SPICE, FRUIT AND CANDLE BOXES, 
MANSFIELD, MASS. 

ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 

SAMUEL WATSON & SON, 
SHIP BREAD AND CRACKER 

18 CENTRE STREET, 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

O. H. P. HOWARD, 

DEALER IN 

GMIOCEHIES. 

PROVISIONS ALWAYS ON HAND. 

BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, LAMB, POULTRY. TRIPE, SAUSAGES, HAM 
LARD, PIGS' FEET, LIVER, &c. 

ALSO, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS IN THEIR 
SEASON, AT LOWEST CASH PRICES, 

180 Second Street Fall River, Mass. 

GOODS DELIVEK.ED PROMPTLY, FREE OF EXPENSE. 




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Wholesale Dealer in 

%u^^ ^iii*^ e^L^Lb oJ^J ^ 
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■9 i^»-"a-«'J 

HAIR, BRICK, FIRE BRICK, PLASTER, 
.HAY AND STRAW, 
^OIL WORKS WHAEF, DAVOL STREET, 

FALL RIVER, MASS. 
CLA.RK & SEOUR, 

Grocers S, Provision Dealers. 

ALSO, 

Proprietors of the Mansfield House, 

Chauncy Street, - - - - near the Depot, 
MANSFIELD, MASS. 



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CS-reat Reduction in Prices ! 



New Family Machine, only $30.00. 

CALL, OR AJDJDRTilSS 

J. H. GARNETT, Agent. 
15 PURCHASE STREET, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



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Davis & Rowland, South Dartmouth 

Rounds F. E., 5 Lyons, Fall River 

Howard Ammi N., Belville road, head 'of 

the river, New Bedford 

Kenyon Charles L., Bellville road, head 

of the river, 
Kenyon Henry W., Acushnet avenue, 

near Purchase, 
Robinson J., 
Salisbury & Viall, Cove, 
Washburn L. A., Acushnet avenue, 
Alger W. H., near AVhittenton, 
Godfrey A. G., County, 

BUTTER AND CHEESE. 

Robinson Willard, (butter manuf.), Attleboro Falls 
ALLEN, SLADE, & CO.. 16 and 18 
Bedford and 5 Market square, (see 
adv. index), Fall River 

Barrows John N., 30 Union, New Bedford 

Humphrey C. B. & Co. (wholesale), 1 
North Second, *' 

BUTTON MANUFACTURERS. 
Evans D. & Co., Attleboro Falls 



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Taunton 



BUTTON HOOKS AND BOOT BUTTONERS. 
AMERICAN AWL BLADE CO., Mansfield 



CABINET MAKERS. 

(See Furniture, also Upholsterers.) 

Borden, Almy, & Co., 43 So. Main, 

Douglas Charles, 101 Second, 

Dantsizen C, 191 Elm, 

Oman Andrew, 8f) Elm, 

Park G. H. & J. F., Franklin, 

CAULKERS. 

Cannon Georse, 14 South Front, 
Drew J. N., 120 North Second, 
Elbridge R. S., Eddy's wharf, 
Gage Benjamin, 23 Middle, 
Weeks R. & Sou, City wharf. 
Wilcox C. H., 21 Middle, 



Fall River 

New Bedford 

Taunton 



New Bedford 



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CANDY MANUFACTURER. 

(See Fruit and Confectioners. J 

Holdsworth R., 20 Hartwell, 



Fall River 



CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 

Wright Z.H., Acushnet 

Bates Jesse D., Commonwealth ave., Attleboro 

Nye Brothers, Sanforcl, '' 

Pierce Alfred, 17 Bank, '• 

Shattuck W. F.,So. Main, cor. Mill, 
Bennett & French, East, opp. gas honse, 

North Attleboro 
Bruce J. R., Bruce avenue, " 

Cargill E. S., Wash., n. Baptist church, " 
Tucker J. D., 

Crowell H. S., Dighton 

Peirce Isaac, " 

Waldron Allen M.. North Dighton 

Gardner John, Easton 

DeWitt Brothers, North Easton 

Mack Alexander, " 

Brownell F., 10 Bow, Fall River 

Borden Melvin, Durfee, 
Covell & Baker, Hathaway avenue, 
Cunningham & Scobie, 21 Court square, 
Darling Joseph M., 87 Pleasant, 
Earl John, Durfee, 
Ford N., Durfee, 
Grinnell James, Lindsey's wharf, 
Keeher & Smith, Fourth, 
Marble Charles C, 3 Winter, 
Manley & Nicholson, 17 Rock, 
Miller L. T., 39 Third, 
Miller S. H., 65 Second, 
Millerd Vernon, 37 Second, 
Pierce E. M., 19 Court square, 
Pierce James F,, North Main, 
Pierce O., foot of Pine, 
Simons A. H., Bedford, 
Slade E. M., Morgan, 
Vickery T. F. Main, 
Allen Peirce, Freetown 

Thresher & Evans, " 

Angell W. H., near the railroad, Mansfield 



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WILLIAM R. BUSH, 

Office, ... 36 & 38 P^ocasset Street, 

(NEA.R MAIN" STREET,) 
WORKSHOP, 94 POCASSET STREET, 



PLUMBING 



GAS, STEAM AI^ID WATER PBPBNG. 

Brass & Copper Work of every description, 

City TVater and Sevier Connections. 

Repairs of all Kinds and Jobbing promptly attended to. 

52 Columbia Street, 

FALL R.IVER, ------- MASS. 



Manufacturer and fitter up ofWater Closets, Force Pumps, Brass Cocks, 

"Water Pipes and Bathing Apparatus. Also, "Wash Basins, "Wash 

Trays, Boilers, Cisterns, Hydrants, Fountains, and every 

description of HYDRAULIC APPARATUS. 

ALSO, ISriCKEL A.Njy SIXj^KR, FIL.ATEI3 "WORK- 

ALL "WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND WARRANTED. 



HENRY BUTLER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



DEALER IN 



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IIES Mi LiQUW 

]Sro. 20 Spring Street, 



FALL RIVER, MASS. 



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ANDREW BULLOCH & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS IN 

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OF EVERY VARIETY. 

ALSO, DEALERS IN 

Albany Lubricating Compound, 

BURNING OILS, 
NA.PTE[A^, CA.ISrDLES, 

TEAS, SOAPS, SAL SODA, 

AND OTHER 

G^ROCERIES, 

No. 11 WILLIAM STREET, 



NOAH GlFlH'ORD. 



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52 Purchase Street, cor. William, New Bedford, Mass. 

Personal attention given to copying, and all other 

branches of the business. 



DEALER IN 



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A]VE> SHIP HTOX^ES, 

No. 26 Union Street, Mew Bedford, 

F. D. DUCH ENAY, 

House, Sign and Ship Painter. 

PAPER HANGING & GRAINING, 

NORTH WATER, FOOT OF ELM STREET, 

NEW BEDFORD. 



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FOSTER G. L., near the railroad, 

Hodffes Brothers, Hodores, " 

SHERMAN E. C, Central, (see adv. 

index), " 

Wood N. C, Central, 

Allen A. W., 125 North Water, New Bedford 

ALLEN & ROBINSON, Leonard's whf., " 
Ashley & Gibson, Lewis wharf, " 

Baker Lorenzo, Citv wharf, " 

Baker R. W., Spring, near Fourth, 
Bates W., North Second, 
Bates William, 2d, Second, 
Bliss M. H., Russell, between Third and 

Fourth, 
BOSWORTH WILLIAM & SON, 92 

No. Front, Hazard's wharf, (see adv. 

BO WEN W. J., Atlantic wharf, 

Brings H. W., 133 North Water, 

Bro^vnell Charles H., 23 North, 

Clark Ezra, 138 North Second, 

Cory J. K., 24 Howland, 

Gushing J. K., Maxfield, 

Doane L. P., 4 North Third, 

DeWolf C, Mechanics' lane, 

Doull James, Doull's wharf, cor. School 

and Front, 
Foster J. M., Bethel, 
Foster & Brown, 218 North Third, 
GifFord William, 2d, Ash, 
Greene Alfred, Cannon, 
Hammond Caleb, 129 North Water, 
Hammond Francis W., 129 North Water, 
Haskius O. & J. C, foot of Hill man, 
Hathaway Lewis, 79 Middle, 
Hathaway & Bowman, 20 Elm, 
Kinffsley N., Sears' court, 
Kirby William A., 91 Middle, 
Luke J. W., 129 1-2 North Water, 
Morris J. N., 73 Grinnell, 
Murphy J. E., 

Sherman R. A. & Son, 28 South Second, 
Stacy S. D., 34 Howland, 
Sturtevant & Sherman, 132 North Water, 
Swift P. R., 93 Kempton, 



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Sylvia Joseph, 61 South Water, 

Sylvia J. K., 24 Howhind, 

Taber & Colvvell, 81 Middle, 

Tripp Benjamin, 101 Fifth, 

Walker William, Hillman, 

Washburn & Bates, 148 North Water, 

Weaver T. 133 North Water, 

Weaver T. H., 130 North Water, 

Alden H., 

Foster A., 

Harvey J., 

Sweet J., 

Swett C, 

HuntH., 

Bowen A. M., 

Chaffee J., 

Short Samuel, 

Davis & Marble, 

Luther E., 

Phillips H., 

Kingsley N. W., 

West J. F., 

Young Elmer D., 

Atwood Walter H., Myrtle, 

Barnaby Edward, Court, opp. Foundry 

and Machine Co., 
Baylies C, Winthrop, 
Bassett James T., Crane's depot, 
Burt William A., White, 
Carver C. H., County, 
Elter J. F., near Taunton Nat'l Bank, 
Ellis Calvin G., Presbrey avenue, 
Hack H., Harrison, 
Macoinber Philip A., County road. 
Pierce Samuel P., Summer, near Ingell, 
Barnaby Edward, Court, opp. foundry 

and machine company, 
SHERMAN Z., High, "^corner Cohannet, 

(.see adv. index), 
Simmons S. B., rear Weir, 
Tripp & Walker, Cohannet, near R. R. track, " 
White H. G. O., rear 41 Union, 
Wilbur J. W. L. & Brother, Dean, near 

O. C. &N. R. R., 
Sisson John H., Westport 

WaitD. H., 



Seekonk 



Somerset 



Swansea 



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47 



The First National Bank, 



OF ATTLEBORO, 



Organized March. 1875. 



Capital $100,000. 



STURDY'S BLOCK, 

Park Street, __ A.TTLEBORO. 

J. M. BATES, President. 

H. M. DAGGETT, Cashier. 



J. M. Bates. 
Jas. H. Sturdy. 
F. S. Draper. 



DIRECTORS. 

G. M. HoRTON. Chas. E. Hay ward. 

Geo. C. Eliott. B. S. Freeman. 

Wm. M. Fisher. S. W. Carpenter. 
Geo. a. Dean. 



Discount Day, Monday, at 9 A. M. 




A. J. SCOTT, 
Manf. of Plain and Fancy Boxes, I 

NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



WILLIAM O'CONNOI^. 

CARBIAGH MAKE 

Union St.^ Attleboro, Mass. 




Carriages of all descriptions made at short notice. Repairing promptly 

attended to. 



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ISr^T. L. REEVE'S 

IMXMG ROOM 




Ih otcqff1 ]| 




NOS. 

4 & 6 

SOUTH 

WATER 

ST. 

Parties and Families furnished at reasonable pi'ices. Large and commodious 
Dinins Rooms for Private Parties. 




O^MARRA & DORGABT^ 




Itoa-r 60 "Weir St-, T^aTiiiton.. 

All orders promptly executed in a workmanlike manner. 



^m©ST <& II 




GROCERIES, 

MEAT, 

BEEF, PORK, 

Lard, Hams, Poultry, kz. 

Also, Fruits in tlieir season. 



No. 300 South Main 

FILL RIYSR, MASS. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 49 

CARPET DEALERS. 

(See also, Dry Goods Dealers.) 

Franklin J. N. & Co. (oil carpets), 

4 Kendall's block, North Attleboro 

Leland H., Washinoton, " 

Baldwin D. W., 45^Soutli Main, Fall Eiver 

Buffini^ton H. S., 13 South Main, " 

Flint J. D. & Co., 123 South Main, 
Page B., 42 North Main, " 

EDDY GEORGE M. & CO., 147 Union, 

New Bedford 
Ellis William H., 64 Williams, 
Tripp F., 115 Purchase, " 

Skinner N. H. & Co., c. Main and Cedar, Taunton 
Reed Edgar H., 19 Union block, " 

CAR-LINING MANUFACTURERS, 

Husband Charles & Co., Winthrop, cor. 

Cohan net, Taunton 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS. 

Briggs Darius, Briggsville, Attleboro 

O'CONNOR WILLIAM, (maker and re- 
pairer). Union, (see adv. index), " 
ConantE. W., Attleboro Falls 
McNamara & Doran, Washington, North Attleboro 
Stanley John, Orne, " 
MILLER D. M., Dartmouth 
Hay ward A. & Son, Easton 
Simpson S. D., South Easton 
BARNEY A. R., {see adv. index), Dighton 
Stephenson W. G., North Dighton 
Blake W., corner Fourth and Hartwell, Fall River 
Peck & White, 14 Second, " 
Robinson John II., 94 Pocasset, " 
Teed R. S., Central, Mansfield 
Brownell, Ashley & Co. 16 to 22 Fourth, 

New Bedford 
Brownell Geo. L., cor. Third and Cannon, 
Cole F., 44 South Third, 
Forbes C. H., 33, 34 and 35 Elm, 
Hazzard J. B., Mechanics' lane, 
King R. T., Purchase, 
Linton J. B., 156 Purchase, 



50 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Shaw Franklin, 51 Elm, New Bedford 

Tripp A. B., 149 Kempton, «' 

White William G., Pleasant, c. Mechan- 
ics' lane, " 
Lincoln G. H., Raynham 
Brownell & Burt, 20 Broadway, Taunton 
Godfrey G. F., County, 
McFariane William, 34 and 36 Weir, 
O'MARRA & DORGAN, rear 60 W^eir, 

(see advt. i7idex) , «« 

Peck & White, 27 and 29 Weir, «« 

Rand Brothers, rear 1 Broadway, " 

CARRIAGE REPOSITORIES. 

Peck & White, 14 Second, Fall River 

Brownell, Ashley & Co., 16 to 22 Fourth, 

New Bedford 
MILLER D. M., (carriage maker and 

repairer) , Dartmouth 

CARRIAGE MAKERS' SUPPLIES. 

CONGDON, CARPENTER, & CO., 23 

Bedford, (see adv. index) Fall River 

CARRIAGESMITHS. 

(See also Blacksmiths. J 

Luce J. L., Mechanics' lane. New Bedford 

McNamara & Doran, Washington, No. Attleboro 

Robinson & Dean, 94 Pocasset, Fall River 
Tripp J. M., 32 Pleasant, 

Coe J. W., rear 1 Broadway, Taunton 

Toomey J., County, " 

CARRIAGE TRIMMERS. 

(See also Harness Makers.) 

BARNEY A. R., {see adv. index), Dighton 

Bronson F., Pleasant, cor. Fourth, Fall River 

Easterbrooks D., 45 Third, " 
Healy W. F., 44 South Third, 

Evans I., 51 Elm, New Bedford 

McFariane William, 34 and 36 Weir, Taunton 

Pierce J. H., rear 1 Broadway, " 

CATERER. 
Pell George, 23 Seventh, New Bedford 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 51 

CEMENT PIPING. 
Ingalls Benjamin, basement City Hall, Taunton 

CHASERS. 

Pond & Barnes, rear Robinson's bldg., Attleboro 
Morse & Dean, Washington, near Meth- 
odist church, North Attleboro 
White Wm. C.,Wash., opp. Fisher, 



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CHECKS, BAGGAGE. 

BOBBINS JOHN, 42 Kneeland, (see 

adv. index), Boston 

CHECKS, BADGES, &;c. 

ROBBINS JOHN, 42 Kneeland, (see 

adv. index) , Boston 

CHEMIST, MANUFACTURING. 
Davis Henry V., 40 North Water, New Bedford 

CIDER AND VINEGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

Allen H. K. W., West Attleboro 

Read H. C, South Attleboro 

CIGAR DEALERS. 

(See Tobacco and Cigars. J 

ELDREDGE S. H. JR., 31 and 33 

Park, (see adv . index) , Attleboro 

Cunha Joseph, (cheap John's store), 

125 1-2 Union, New Bedford 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

{See also, Tobacco and Cigars. J 

PeirceR. H., ^ Attleboro Falls 

Brightmau John C, 48 North Main, Fall River 

Pollock J. H., 63 1-2 Union, New Bedford 

Wadin^ton S., 16 Court square, " 

LAMBERT F. T., Main, (see advt. Index), 

Fairhaven 
Francis J., 122 Union, New Bedford 

Robinson A. & Co., 59 Union, " 

Tilden Niles, 28 North Second, 
Vianna M. J., 87 South Water, " 

Han Michael, 36 School, Taunton 

Helt B. G., 9 Broadwav, 



52 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

CIRCULATING LIBRARY. 

Hinds I. N., 158 South Main, Fall River 

CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. 

Pool H. M.. Easton 

Burgess I. C, 43 North Main, Fall River 
Henry W. T., 37 Borden block, 

Sherman W. F., 45 North Main, " 

Jackson J. B., Pocasset bank building;, " 

Wheeler G. B., Mt. Vernon, New Bedford 

Montgomery I. F., Bristol County Bank 

building, Taunton 

CLERGYMEN. 

Abbreviations. — (B.) signifies Baptist; (C. T.) Congre- 
gational Trinitarian; (E.) Episcopal; (F. B.) Free Baptist; 
(M.) Methodist; (M. E.) Methodist Episcopal; (K. C.) 
Roman Catholic ; (Uv.) Universalist ; (Cli.) Christian: (Ut.) 
Unitarian. 

Attleboro. — John Whitehill, (C. T.); Samuel 
Bell, (C. T.) ; Mrs. Ellen G. Gustin (Ch.) ; Henrv 
W. Kling, (B.) ; J. H. Weldon, (M. E.) ; Lowell 
Parker, (F. B.) : J. D. Pierce, (Uv.) ; H. Caniield, 
(Free Evangelical); F. A. Fiske, (E.) ; E. J. 
Mongan, (R."C.) 

AcusHNET. — Edward Wilson, (B.); William B. 
Hammond, (C. T.). Long Plain. — E. H. Hatfield, 
(M. E.) ; Wilson, (B.) 

Berkeley.— W. H. Teel, (M. E.) ; C. S. Nutter, 
(M. E.) 

So. Dartmouth. — S. F. Calhoun, (C. T.) 

DiGHTON. — D. L. Brown, (M.) : E. Dawes, 
(C. T.); A. W. Carr; J. Wills. 

North Dighton. — Lucius W. Mannino^, (B.) ; G. 
H. Bates, (M. E.) 

North Easton. — William L. Chaffin, (Unit.); 

Hodijes, (M. E.) ; Thomas F. Carroll, (R. C) ; 

Luther nr Sheldon, (C. T.) 

Easton. — John Livesey, (M.) ; A. W. Carr, 
(B.) ; Wm. H. Reeby, (Unit.) ; Ebenezer Dawes. 
(C. T.); J. W. Malcomb. 

Fairhaven — A. U. Manchester, (Uv.) ; W. S. 
Hawks, (C. T.) 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 53 

Fall Eiver.— William W. Adams, (C. T.) ; M. 
Burnham, (C. T.) ; E. A. Buck, (missionary) ; L. 
L. Fitts, (E.); A. K. P. Small, (B.) ; H. C. 
Graves, (B.) ; E. G. Babcock, (M. E.); Calvin 

Keyser, (C. T.) ; H. H. Martin, (M. E.) ; 

Mason, (B.) ; P. J. B. Bedard, (R. C.) ; A. Mou- 
taubricqu, (R. C.) ; S. McKeown, (M. E.) ; Edward 
Murphy, (R. C.) : Edward Murphy, Jr, (R. C.) ; 
R. H. Rust, (M. E.); W. S. Phillips, (M. E.) ; 
J. H. TurnbuU. 

Freetown. — J. P. Chase, (Ch.) ; John Burbank, 
(Ch.), East Freetown. 

Mansfield. — Jacob Ide, Jr., (C. T.) ; J. Oldham, 
(M. E.) ; L. Pope, (B.) 

New Bedford. — Benjamin S. Bachelor, (Ch.) ; 
C. F. Burleigh, (Ch.) ; J. D. Butler, (Bethel); 
Isaac H. Coe, (Ch.) ; Daniel Davis, (M.) ; Tris- 
tram R. Dennison, (City Missionar}^) ; J. H. Farns- 
worth, (Uv.) ; R. W. C. Farnsworth, (M.) ; T. R. 
Greene, (M.) ; W. B. Hammond, (C. T.) ; A. M. 
Higgins, (Advent) ; A. H. Francis ; A, M. Frates, 
(Portugese) ; James H. Humphrey, (M. E.) ; A. H. 
Heath, (C.T.) ; M. C. Julien, (C. T.) : C. J. K. 
Jones, (C. T.) ; L. S. McMahon, (R. C.) ; George 
Page, (R. C.) ; William J. Potter, (C. T.) Oliver 
A. Roberts, (Ut.) ; Edmund Roland, (E.) ; W. F. 
Witcher, (M. E.) ; D. D. Winn, (B.) ; J. H. Lee, 
(B.) 

Norton. — W. U. T. Dean, (C. T.) ; 

Manning, (Ut.) 

Raynham Centre. — F. H. Boynton, (C. T.) 
South Raynham. — T. C. Kingley, (B.) 
North Raynham. — C. A. G. Thurston, (C. T.) 

Rehoboth. — Cross, (M.) ; James L. 

Pierce, (B.) ; George H. Tilton, (C. T.) 
Seekonk. — A. M. Rhodes, (Ut.) 

Somerset. — Gideon Cole, (B.) ; J. C. Halliday, 
(C. T.) ; E. M. Dunham, (M. E.) ; C. A. Tilling- 
hast, (Ch.) ; AVright, (M. E.), So. Somerset. 

Swansea. — J. W. Horton, (B.) ; N. W. Monroe, 
(E.) ; J. W. Osborne, (Ch.) ; W. Pierce, (Ch.) 

Taunton.— O. H. Fernald, (M. E.) ; R. P. 
Ambler, (Uv.) ; H. M. Dexter, (C. T.) ; C. H. 



54 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Learoyd, (Epis.) : E. J. Sheridan, (R. C.) ; 
Mortimer Blake, <'C. T.) ; Stephen M. Newman, 
(C. T.) ; W. T. Worth, (M. E.) ; Fred A. Reed, 
(C. T.), East Taunton; Thomas T. Richmond, 
(C.T.), Westville; S. S. Spear, (Epis.), Hopewell. 

Westport. — Elisha Grant, (M.); Snow, 

(M.): G. Anthony, (C. B.); Gideon W. Tripp, 
(C. B.), Central Village. 

CLOAK MANUFACTURERS. 

White M. C, 124 1-2 Union, New Bedford 

Colby Samuel, Union block, Taunton 

Curtis Charles, 60 Main, 
Skinner N. H. & Co., Main, cor. Cedar, " 

CLOCK MANUFACTURER. 
Hatch J. B., Wrentham road, North Attleboro 

CLOTHES CLEANERS AND REPAIRERS. 

Onley C. H., 72 William. New Bedford 

Giles Cubit, Reed's court, Taunton 

Wilson G. W., 117 South Main, Fall River 

CLOTHES WRINGER REPAIRER. 

Morrell L. H., 87 Middle, New Bedford 

CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

Lyon L. D., Washington, North Attleboro 

Boone J. H., Borden block, So. Main, Fall River 

Bromberg Brothers, 56 South Main, 

Frank Charles, 12 North Main, 

Gibbs R. S. & Co., 2 and 4 Pocasset bldg., 

Hathaway Brothers, 37 Pleasant, 

Jones George B. & Co., 20 South Main, 

Landman S. & Son, 87 South Main, 

Morris S., 33 South Main, 

Strassman & Boas, 36 South Main, 

Wilbur & Cone, Borden blk.. So. Main, 

Vickery C. E., 47 Pleasant, 

Doane & Co., 55 Union, New Bedford 

Dootson John Mrs., 86 Purchase, " 

Fisher C, 64 Purchase, " 

Gifford& Co., 113 Union, 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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Sovereigns of Industry, 

COUNCIL No. 97, ATTLEBORO, MASS. 




Ho. 20 PAEK STREET, COEHEE BAHK STEEET, 

OFFERS THE BEST BARGAINS TO CASH BUYERS OF 

SUGAK, FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SPICES, &c., &e. Also aU flrst-class 

■«** goods usually kept in a Grocery Store. 
Special attention guaranteed in selection of Teas. Coffee ground to order. 

J. O. HIlVCItl^EY. Ag-eiit. 

BURROUGH BROS., 

DEALERS IN 

HARDWARE and CUTLERY, 



Sturdy's Building, . . . No. 1 Railroad Avenue, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



PARSE Y B. BURROUGH 
EBBN P. BURROUGH. 



J E W E L E R . 

Clocks, "W'atches & Je^w^elry, 

I>A.ftK: STREKT, - - - ^VTT'IL.:e:130R0. 

STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, TOYS & YANKEE NOTIONS. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO REPAIRING. 



MANUFACTURER OF 

WHITE Sc TJOOT BEEI4, 

And Bottler of Ale, Porter, Champagne Cider and Lager Beer, 

Nos. 51 & 53 South AVater Street, 

?^E;^V BKDirORr), MASS. 
SODA. FOUNTA-INS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICK. 



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HORTON, ANGELL & CO. 

MAI^OFACTURING 




Patent Separable Collar and Sleeve Buttons. 

PLATED EISTAMELLED G^OODS. 



E. J. HORTON. 



B. J. ANGELL. 



G. M. HORTON. 



MRS. MAKY A. YOUNG, 

GrENTEEL KOARDING^ HOUSE, 

BOARD, BY THE DAY OR "WEEK, ON 
REASONABLE TERMS, 

EAST STREET, NEAR ORNE STREET, NO. ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

T. E. SCOTT, 

JE"WELERS' AND SILVERSMITHS' BRUSHES 
OF ALL KINDS, 

EAST STREET, NEAR THE DEPOT, NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 




Acushnet Nickel Plating and Gilding Works, 

BRICK BUILDING, PLEASANT STREET, CORNER MECHANICS' LANE, 

Licensed by the United Nickel Plating Company. 

Having fitted the above building with steam-power, new and improved machinery, 
we propose carrying on the Plating Business, in all its branches. 

Gold, Silver and Nickel Plating fiiiished in as good style, and at as low 
prices, as can be done at any establishment in this country. 

Your patronage and an examination of our work is most respectfully solicited, 

H. K. MV. LUCAS, Manager. THOMAS R, LUCE, Plater. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 57 

Packard E., 36 and 38 North Second, 

opposite Post Office, New Bedford 

Sanders William, 108 and 112 Union, " 

Swift M. C, 128 1-2 Union, 
Taber, Reed, & Gardner, 117 Union, '* 

Wing J. & W. R. & Co., Ill Union, 
Bryant & Barrows, 2 ]Main, Taunton 

Cobe Philip, 17 Union block, 
Colby Samuel, (estate). Union block, 
Foster & Barnard, 1 Union block. 
Holt B. R. & Sou, 18 Main, 
McElroy & Cushraau, 56 City square, 
Morton M. L., 44 City square. 



CLOTHS AND WOOLEN GOODS. 

Colby Samuel, (estate). Union block, Taunton 

Skinner N. H. & Co., Main, corner Cedar. " 

COAL DEALERS. 

( See also Coal and Wood, and Coal Merchants.) 

Sturdy C. H., 45 Park, Attleboro 

Barden J. G., near railroad depot, No. Attleboro*^ 
Riley W. H., Wateryhill road, n. Wash- 

insfton, " 

Ashley S. D. & Co., 9 Bedford, Fall River 

BiittR. W., Davol, 
Fall River Coal Co., 68 Davol, 
Hawkins E. M., Linen Mill wharf, " 

HAWKINS W. H., Oil Works wharf, 

Davol, {see adv. p, 4.0), " 

Chirk, Shove & Co., 40 Davol, 

Walker E., Mansfield 

Gai'tield & Proctor, foot of Walnut, New Bedford 
Church T. L. & J. H., West Water, 

Weir Village, - Taunton 

Staples & Phillips, 10 West Water, 

Weir Village, " 

COAL MERCHANTS. 

{See also Coal Dealers.) 

Dean T. H. & J. O., South Easton 

Bennett M. T. Jr., 61 North Main, Fall River 

Bo wen J. A., Morgan's whf. and Slade's 

wharf, Davol, " 

Castner, Stick ney & Wellington, Davol, 



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Fall River Coal Co., 7 Bedford, Fall River 

HAWKINS W. H., Davol, {see adv. 

page 40), 
Narragansett Coal Co., Eight-Rod way, 
Acushnet Coal Co., Hillman, New Bedford 

Hathaway B. F., 222 North Third, 
Haskell E. P., North Front, 
REED B. T., Somerset 

COAL AND WOOD. 

Wilmarth W. A., Dunham, Attleboro 

WILLIAMS E. S., Wash., oil Fisher, 

{see adv. index). North Attleboro 

HAWKINS \V. H., Oil Works wharf, 

Davol, {see adv. page 40). Fall River 

Powers P. & Son, 33 Eighth, 
Lewis J. F., 46 Rodman, ♦' 

Sherman A. 3 1-2 Spring, " 

Corson T. S., No. Front, cor. Middle, New Bedford 
Hart & Akin, 58 South Water, and 9 
, North Water, " 

Holmes J. Jr., Atlantic wharf, Pine, and 

173 Count}^ 
PAISLER C. S., 118 North Water, 
Peirce L. D., 150 South AVater, 
Purington C C, 193 Kempton, " 

Church T. L. & J. H., W. Water, Weir Villarre, 

Taunton 

COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. 

DAVIS & HATCH, 59 High, (see adv. 

index), New Bedford 

Wing T. G.,LTnion, near Front, •' 

COFFIN WAREHOUSES. 

Sperry A. M. & Co., Washington, corner 

High, North Attleboro 

McDerinott Brothers, 6 Spi'ing, Fall River 

Baldwin D. W., 14 and 16 Annawan, " 

Murphy T. J., Purchase, New Bedford 

Washburn P. T. & H. S., 7 Union blk., Taunto„ 

COFFIN TRIMMINGS MANUPACAUEERS. 

NERNEY & LINCOLN, Steam Power 

building, 3d from depot, Attleboro 






BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 59 

Smith, Carpenter & Co., R. R. avenue, Attleboro 
WILMARTH W. D., 16 County, 
Cabot F. W., AYillow, Mansfield 

REED & BARTON, (coffin plates and 

hinges), Britanniaville, Taunton 

COLLECTION AND CLAIM AGENTS. 

CARPENTER R. W., (Boston office, 

31 Pemberton square), Foxboro 

POND JOSEPH E. JR., Bank building, 

Washington, coiner Bank, North Attleboro 

Rockett J. F., 21 Pleasant, Fall River 

Shaw James, South Main, " 

COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. 

Holmes' Commercial College, Flint's 

building, 45 Pleasant, Fall River 

Browne F. C, Field's block. City square, 

corner Weir, Taunton 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

(See also Produce Dealers.) 

ALLEN, SLADE & CO., 16 and 18 
Bedford, and 5 Market square, (see 
adv. p. 64), Fall River 

Chase F. & Co., Davol, 

HAWKINS H. C. & BROTHER, 36 
and 38 Second, corner Pocasset, {see 

adv. index), 

Kingsley G. F., foot of Central, 

Lowell C. S. & Co., 92 and 109 So. Main, " 

Allen Gideon & Son. 76 North Water, New Bedford 

Bartlett I. H. & Son, 1 Taber's wharf, 

Baylies William, 3 :ind 4 Union, 

Bourne Georsre A. & Son^, 27 No. Water, 

CODD T. a!", 18 South Water, 

Deacon W., 24 South Water, 

EDDY GEORGE M. & GO., (selling 
agents, Wamsutta Mills cottons), 147 
Union, " 

Gardner E. R., 9 Rodman, 

Humphrey, Ellis & Co., 2 North Second, 

Lewis W., 13 Hamilton, 

NYE S. G., 35 Union, 

Phillips William & Son. 7 Middle, 



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POTTER W. F. & CO., corner Front 

and Union, (see adv. index), 
Sisson, Anthony & Co., 10 North Third, 
Swift & Allen, Taber block. 
Tuber, Gorden & Co., Central \vh:irf, 
White J. P., 19 Sonth Water, 
Wing J. & W. 11., office, 111 Union, 
Wood J. A. & Co., 34 Union, 
Falvey T. O., 13, 17 and 19 Cohannet, 
Staples & Phillips, 10 West Water, 



Taunton 



CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT. 

(See Frmt and Confectioneri/.J 



Fall River 



New Bedford 



CONFECTIONERS. 

( See also Fruit mid Confectionery.) 

Holdsworth R., 20 Hartwell, 

Boweu A. & Co., 40 Pocasset, 

Bates A. E. Mrs., 14 Cheapside, 

Bates W. M., 16 Cheapside, 

Hawes Levi, 17 Purchase, " 

Teusch G. F., 51 William, 

Zahonyi L. J. & Co., 21 Purchase, " 

CONSTABLES. 

(See Tow}i and City Registers.) 

CONVEYANCERS. 

Winslow B. F., section F., Granite blk., Fall River 
Winslovv R. M., sec. F., Granite blk., '* 



COOPERS. 

Adams Nathaniel, Front, 

Allan & Whitney, 17 Hamilton, 

Baker Benjamin Jr., 18 South Front, 

Churchill S., 9 Cannon, 

Ellis C. L., North Front, 

Ellis & Murray, 97 South First, 

Holmes A., 14 First, 

Howland & Coggeshall, 147 No. Water, 

Luce Thomas, City wharf, 

My rick A. G., 115 North Water, 

Norton William J., North Water, 

Peirce J. W., 99 South Water, 

Peirce Lloyd N., 190 South Water, 

Randall R., 16 Coffin, 

Whitney Amassa, 28 First, 



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Burgess W. J., 80 Columbia, Fall River 

Coleman W. J., 80 Davol, " 

Wilkinson S. & Son, 8 Fourth, 

COPPER MANUFACTURERS. 

New Bedford Copper Co., No. Front, 

corner Rodman, New Bedford 

Taunton Copper Manufacturing Comp'y, 

Savings Bank building, Taunton 

COPPER BOLT MANUFACTURERS. 

New Bedford Copper Co., Rodman, New Bedford 
Crocker Bros. & Co., Savings Bank bldg., Taunton 

COPPERSMITHS. 

(See also Plumbers.) 

BUSH W. R., 36 and 38 Pocasset, (see 

adv. index). Fall River 

Craigie Andrew, 103 North Water, New Bedford 
GIFFORD & ALLEN, North Front and 

Hazards wharf, {see adv. index), " 

Chick Peter, Cohannet, near High, Taunton 

Maher J. T., 20 Westminster, " 

CORDAGE MANUFACTURERS. 

New Bedford Cordage Co.,Rotch's sq. New Bedford 

COTTON BROKERS AND DEALERS. 

Buffinton C. C, 20 Market square. Fall River 

Brayton T. E. & Co., 19 Bedford, 

Durdick D. J. &> Co., 35 Bedford, 

Easton & Edd}^ 45 Bedford, 

Haguhwout V. W., 43 North Main, 

Hobart J., 43 North Main, 

Hooper W. F., 5 Tioy building, 

Hawes George H., Mason^s block, Main, 

(printing cloth), 
Hathawav W. H., Durfee block. No. Main, 
Hurley P. J., 33 Bedford, 
ReminiTton C. V. S., 61 North Main, 

(print cloth), 
Remington & Hathaway, 59 and 61 No. Main, 
Storrow & VanBrunt, Troy building, 

COTTON MACHINERY MANUFACTURERS. 

Marvel, Davol & Co., Pond, Fall River 

Kilburn, Lincoln & Co., Caual, '* 



62 BRISTOL, COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Mason Machine Works, Oak, Taunton 

COTTON GOODS MANUFACTURERS. 

Daoffjett H. M., (cotton yarn), Farmers' 

Village, Attleboro 
Hebron Manufacturing Co., S. A. Knight, 

agent, Hel)ronville, and Dodgeville, " 

Lanesville Manufacturing Co., Lanesville, " 

Mechanics' Manufacturing Co., Mechanic, " 
American Linen Co., Ferr>% Fall River 

American Print Works, Annavvan, " 

Anavvan Manufacturing Company, " 

Barnard Manufacturing Co., Quequechan, " 

Border City Mills, Weaver, " 

Chase Mills, Hodman, " 

Crescent Mills, Eight-Rod way, " 

Davol Mills, Hartwell, " 

Durfee Mills, Pleasant, " 

Fall River Print Works, Pocasset, " 

Fall River Manufactory, Pocasset, " 
Flint Mills, Alden, 

Granite Mills. Twelvth. " 
King Phillip Mills, South Main, " 
Mechanics' Mills, Davol, " 
MERCHANTS' MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY, W. H. Jennings, Treas. 
Capital, $800,000. Inc., 1866, Bed- 
ford, Fourteenth and Pleasant, " 
Metacomet Mills, Annawan, . " 
Montaup Mills, East Main, " 
Mount Hope Mills, Bay, " 
Narragansett Mills, North Main, " 
Osborn Mills, Tower, " 
Pocasset Manufacturing Co., Pocasset, " 
Richard l^orden Manufacturino- Co. Eight- 

Rod Ava}^ " 

Robeson Mills, Hartwell, " 
Sagamore Mills, F. B. Hood, Treasurer, 

North Main, " 

Stafford Mills, S. P. Lovell, Treasurer, '• 
Shove Mills, South Main, 
Slade Mills, Globe, 

Stafford Mills, Quarry, " 

Tecumseh Mills, Hartwell, " 
Troy Cotton and Woolen Manufactory, 
Troy, 



A. B. DUNHAM, 

AGENT, 



Successor to DUNHAM & RHODES, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



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No. 118 Dorranee Street, 

Providence, R. I. 



EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 

Reeds, hfmm, Piekerg, 

Shuttles, Belting, 



AND OTHER 



Manufacturers' Supplies, 



MADE TO ORDER, 



AND 



WARRANTED OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. 



OLD REEDS RESET AND REPAIRED 



IN THE BEST xMANNER. 



WM- ^w^ijj^x^r, 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 



rimoii, minm, mm & chimbir 




FURNITURE 

Mattresses and Lounges 



OF ALL GRADES. 



W^^REROOIMS: 



Nos. 1G3 to 173 North Main Street. 



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jyc^isruF^CTOR Y : 



OPPOSITE 123 CANAL STREET, 



PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



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WILLIAM E. DUI^HAM, 

Paints, A^arnislies. 

Office, - - - - Section G, Granite Block, 

FALL RIVER, MASS. 

J. W. BROWNELL, 

DEALER IN 

SPERM & WHALE OILS, 

Spermaceti, Patent and Plain Candles, 

Whale Pressings, Sperm and Whale Oil Soap, 

CORNER THIRD & CANNON STS., 

IVEW^ BEOrORD. - - - 3XAHS. 




M.J. B R O ^^^I^, 

ARCH ITECT, 

ROOM 4, - - - POCASSET BANK BUILDING, 
FALL RIVER. MASS. 

GROCERIES, FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. 

AND SUCH GOODS AS ARE USUALLY FOUND 
IN A COUNTRY STORE, 

POST OFFICE, H. E. THOMPSON, Assist. P. M. 
PLAINVILLE, . . NEAR NO. ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



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WM. WOLFENDALE, 

DEALER IN 

STEAM, WATER & GAS FITTINGS, 

And Gas Fixtures of all Descriptions. 

Contracts taken for Heating Buildings by Steam, and Lighting by 
Gas. Dwelling Houses fitted up for Gas, 
in the neatest manner. 

Steam Pumps, Globe Valves, Sheet Rubber, 
and Rubber Packing, &c. 

Particular attention paid to Fitting and Repairing Fish Oil 

EsTABLisuMENTS. All orders will receive prompt 

attention. Work warranted to give 

satisfaction. 

HO. 76 SECOND STREET, FALL RIVER. MASS. 
ALiLBIff, giX^ADB <£ CO. 

^\Aniolesale GROCERS, 



AND 




DEALEES IN 



Flour, Butter, Cheese, Lard, Coal Oil, &c., &o. 

HAY SEED, HAY, &c., at wholesale, in any Quantity, 
Nos. 16 and 18 Bedford Street, & 5 Market Square, 

FALL RIVER, MASS 



H. B. ALLEN, E. B. LAKE. 

GEO. W. BLADE. B. S. C. GIFFOHD. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 65 

Union Mill Company, Pleasant, Fall River 

Wampanoag Mills, Quequochan, " 

Weetamoe Mills, Davol, " 

Potomska Mills, (print cloths), South 

Water, near Bedford, office, Rodman, 

corner Front, New Bedford 

Wamsutta Cotton Mills, North Third, 
Barrowsville Mill, Stalibrd & Co., 

proprietors, Norton 

Norton Mills, (wool scouring), " 

STAFFORD & CO., (cotton thread, 

yarn, &c.), (see adv. index). 

No. Dighton and Barrowsville 
Orleans Mills, (carpet warp, yarns, &c.), Rehoboth 
Rehoboth Mills, (twine, &c.), 

Howard A. F. & Son, Taunton 

Stanley & Co., 
Westport Manufacturing Co., (warps, 

batting, &c.), Westport 

COTTON TWINE AND THREAD MANUFAC- 
TURERS. 

Morse E. J. W. & Co., (cotton, thread 

and harness twine), South Easton 

Niantic Thread Co., Division, Fall River 

Heap Hargeaves, (twine and batting), Rehoboth 

COTTON WASTE AND PAPER STOCK. 

Thorpe J. F., Weir, Taunton 

COTTON YARN AND TWILLED GOODS 
MANUFACTURERS. 

STAFFORD & CO., (.see adv. index), No. Dighton 

COUNTRY STORES. 

CSee also Grocers,-Dry Goods, SgcJ 

Cochran David, Acushnet 

Davis John R., " 

Davis R. & Son, Long Plain, " 

Carpenter L. Z., Park, Attleboro 

Hebron Manufacturing Co., Dodgeville, " 

Hebron Manufacturing Co., Hebrouville, " 

FolletN. B., Falls Village, 
SOVEREIGNS OF INDUSTRY, Coun- 
cil, No. 20, J. O. Hinckley, agent, 20 
Park, 



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Miiuroe C. C. & Son, Briofgsville, Attleboro 

Walker Wm., road near West Attleboro, '' 

Day E. H., South Attleboro 

Cudworth S. H., Berkeley 
Fletcher P. H., 

Andrews Eben F.. Diffhton 

Lincoln Eben P., " 

Phillips William, " 

AlmyE., Dighton 

Dunbar Geoige, North Dighton 

Baker A. P., North Dartmouth 

Sea very J. P., " 

Drake J. S., Easton 

Kimball George L., "•' 
AMES OLIVER & SONS, (corporation), 

North Easton 

Strout & Packard, " 

Howard J. M., South Easton 

Copeland George, " 

Hathaway D. C. H., Freetown 

Johnson D. L., " 

Peabody J. W., " 

Chase A. H., East Freetown 

Washburn R., " 

CLARK & SEGUR, Chauncy, Mansfield 

Rogerson J. R., Norton 

Lincoln E. H. & C. D., Raynham 

LINCOLN E. , Raynham Centre 

Robinson S. W., North Raynham 

Black Johnson, Rehoboth 

Carpenter D. C, . " 

Clark S., " 

Horton Ed ward H . , " 

Luther William H., " 

Marten Otis, " 

Marvel John C, " 
Peck Cyril C, 

Pierce Susan, " 

Case S. O. Jr., Seekonk 

MedberyA. N., " 

Davis D. P., Somerset 

Marble Joseph, " 

Wheaton W. F. " 

SANDERS C. W., East Taunton 

Bufiinton Joseph, Swansea 



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Chase E. P., 

Chase J. F., 

Estabrooks G. C, 

Eddy S. W., Luther's Corner, 

Wood Hemy O., 

Luther J. G., Luther's Corner, 

Mason William P., 

Anthony & Macombcr, 

Brownell C. H., Central Village, 

Cory A. M., Westport Point, 

Macomber R. & Son, W^estport Point, 

Simons Henry, 

Westport Manufacturing Co., 

Macomber C. H., 

Griffin Lysauder, 



Swansea 



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North Swansea 
Westport 



North Westport 
South Westport 



CKOCKERY, CHINA AND GLASS WARE. 

(See also Country Stores, also House Furnishing Goods.) 

CLAKK & SEGUR, Chauncy, Mansfield 

FRANKLIN J. N., Washington. North Attleboro 
HOLMES & CHEEVER, Washington, 

(see adv. index), " 

Knapp, Bates & Follet, Washington, " 
SHERMAN G. H., South Dartmouth 

Lingard T., 29 Fourth, Fall River 

Hathaway & Dean, cor. Bedford and Second, " 
Bliss & Nye, 121 Union, New Bedford 

Bennett Samuel, 44 William, " 

HAY DEN & GROSSMAN, Bedford, cor. 

Third, {^nee adv. page ZQ), " 

LUTHER H. R., 144 Purchase, {see 

adv. index), " 

Purinofton & Brown, 55 Purchase, " 

Taylor Henry J., 41 Purchase, " 

Hoard N. S., 29 and 31 Union block, Taunton 

ALBRO JAMES D., Bay, Hopewell, 
DURGIN BROTHERS & WILLIAMS, 

Hopewell, " 

Reed Edgar H., 39 Main, 
WEST L. B. & CO., 24 Winthrop, 

CRUCIBLES. 

Phoenix Manufacturing Co., W. Water, 

Weir Village, 
Taunton Crucible Co., D. A. Trefethen, 

agent, West Water, cor. Third, 



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CURRIERS. 

(See also Leather Dealers.) 

Faulkner George & Co., Court, New Bedford 

Rose S. M., 17fi North Third, 

CUTLERY. 

CSee Hardware and Cutlei-y.) 

Murphy J., (manufacturer), Mansfield 

DANCING TEACHER. 
Smith Israel, North Third, New Bedford 

DENTISTS, 

Fittz G. B., 5 North Main, Attleboro 

Fisher W. D., Washincjton, North Attleboro 

Tappan F. de P., Fairhavcn 

Dodge C. L., corner Bedford and Main, Fall River 

DeChevry Louis, 54 South Main, 

Fairbanks George O., sect. D. Graiiite blk., 

Stevens W. B., sect. B, Granite block, 

Walton J. C, 5 South Main, 

Williams & Stebbins, 42 South Main, 

CHANNING WM. H.. 139 Union, New Bedford 

Channing W. R., 139 Union, 

Davis C. G., Cheapside. corner Union, 

Hazeltino A. A., 106 Purchase, 

Mann H. E., 85 Purchase, 

Mara James C, 25 Cheapside, 

McLeod E. v., 5 Cummings' block, 

Nesbett F. B., 102 Purchase, 

Stetson Edward. 24 Purchase, 

Ward E. G., 148 1-2 Union, 

Ward F. E., corner Union and sixth, 

Wyman A. F., 9 1-2 Purchase. 

DICKERMAN D. S., 106 Weir, (.see 

adv. index), Taunton 

Dickerman H. L., 3 Jones' blk., Broadway, " 
Dickcrman J. Q. & W. T., 49 City square', 
Miett F. H., City square, " 

Leach J. S., 59 Main, " 

Paige O. S., 11 Hotel building, 
Thompson Julius, Main, " 

DEPUTY SHERIFFS. 

{ See County Register .j 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRBCTORY. 69 

DESIGNER, ENGRAVER AND HUB CUTTER. 

Carpenter Arthur E., Washington, No. Attleboro 

DIE SINKERS AND HUB CUTTERS. 

CHRISTY J. C, East, {see adv. index). 

North Attleboro 

DINING AND BOARDING SALOONS. 

(See Eating Houses.) 

DISPENSARY. 

Post William C, 12 Cheapside, New Bedford 

DOORS, SASHES AND BLINDS. 

Gelinas & Chappell, Maynard's Mills, Attleboro 

BOSWORTH W. & SON, North Front, 

(see adv. ind.). New Bedford 

SOWLE F. A., corner Elm and North 

Water, (see adv. index.), '' 

Mosier & Brownell, Atlantic wharf, *' 

DAVIS H. L. & CO., 34 Union, and 43 

West Water, {see adv. ind.), Taunton 

DRAIN AND WATER PIPE. 

Pierce & Tucker, mill, rear B. & P. R. R. Attleboro 
BUSH WM. R., 3(5 and 38 Pocasset, 

{see adv. ind.). Fall River 

CLARY M., 52 Columbia, {see adv, ind.), " 
PAISLER C. S., 118 No. Water, New Bedford 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Capron H. N. Miss, 7 North Main, Attleboro 

Cooper J. Mrs., North Main, " 
Crandall R. B. Mrs., Attleboro Falls 
Herring E. A. Miss, Park, North Attleboro 

Dean O. B. Mrs., Washington, " 

Baldy Ruth Mrs., 141 South Main, Fall River 

Barnaby Sarah, 28 Pine, " 

Butler M. E., 81 North Main, " 

Crapo Mary C. Mrs., 296 Pleasant, «• 

Doane F. Miss, 17 South Main, *' 

Cough Hannah, 74 Hartwell, " 

Gray Lydia, 1 Troy bldg., Pleasant, '* 

Horan D. M., Pleasant, " 
Kelley E., 87 Bedford, 



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Nolan M. A. Mrs., 122 Second, Fall River 

Pickerinof E, M., 54 Second, '• 

Pool M/a. c& M. E., 32 South Main, 
Wilraarth S. E. Miss, room 2, Troy 

building, Pleasant, 
Wrightington Chartley P. Miss, 45 

North Main, 
Aiken Annie, 5 1-2 Cheapside, 
Allen Jane G. Miss, 9 1-2 Purchase, 
Bryant L. A. 8 1-2 Purchase, 
Chapman J. H. Jr. Mrs. 26 Pleasant, 
Melling A., 212 Purchase. 
Wagner M. R., 3 1-2 Cheapside, 
Wright E. Miss, 15 Cheapside, 
Trafton George W. Mrs., Somerset 

Carpenter Sophia K., 85 Main, Taunton 

Cooper Elizabeth B., Webster, near Bow, " 

Lowell M. P. Miss, 4 Main, " 



DRILLS. 

Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co., cor, 
Fourth and Bedford, 



New Bedford 



DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. 

(See Apothecaries and Druggists.) 

Remington R. K., 36 Mill, 

DRY GOODS. 

(See also Country Stores.) 



Fall River 



Attleboro 



Folsom George C, 21 North Main, 

Monroe C. C. &> Son. Brigjorsville, " 

Barden T. A. & Co., Washington, cor. 

Wrentham road. North Attleboro 

Eldridge I. B., Washington, 
Knapp, Bates & Follett, Washington, 

corner Church, " 

Rosenbers^ Abraham, Washington, " 

Tifft L. C., Park, 

SHERMAN G. H., South Dartmouth 

Lincoln Mary F., Dighton 

Ames O. & Sons, (corporation). North Easton 

Allen & Hathaway. 1 Granite block, Fall River 

Almv Charles, 40 South Main, 
Brown E. S., 71 South Main, " 

Buffiuton H. S., 13 South Main, 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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NEW TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. 




I have taken the NEW STORE, No. 11 THIRD 
STEEET, NETV BEDFORD, under the Ban- 
croft House, and intend to carry on a 

B^I RST CIj AS S 

CUSTOM 

TAILORINd ESTABLISHMENT, 

PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 

My experience as a Practical Cutter and Tailor will 
speak for itself, as every garment is warranted to fit, or 
the money refunded. Give me a call and judge for your- 
self. 

ROBERT GORDON, 

Draper & Tailor. 




FIRST CJLJ^SS 

BOARDING HOUSE, 

27 B^NK STREET, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

EZRA ARNOLD, Proprietor. 

CLARENDON HOUSE, 

ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. 



L. H. FRANCIS, Proprietor, 

Coliannet Street, 

Taunton^ Mass. 



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G. D. iaii:.i.iK£:iv, 
DRY GhOODS, 

RICKETSON'S BLOCK. 

coRNiCR. xjisrioisr & FoxirtTii streets, 
NEW BEDFORD, - - - - MASS. 

Z. SHEEMAlSr, 

inter, Biier ani Comractor, 

Corner High and Cohannet Street, 

Residence, 68 Cohannet street. iAUNiON, MAbb. 




CHARLES J. CHAPIN, 




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Soap, Spice Fruit and Candle Boxes. 

SHOOKS, TEA CADDIES, DOVETAILED BOXES, 

EURlSriSHEr) TO ORDER. 
ORDERS BY MAIL ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY 

ADDRESS 

BOX FACT ORY. NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. 

DEALER IN ALL laNDS OF 

FRESH, SMOKED & PIGKLED 



OYSTERS, CLAMS. QUAHAUGS AND LOBSTERS, 

ALSO, PICKLES, CANNED GOODS, &c., &c. 
ISTo. 6 \VEIR STREET, TAXJISTTO N", IVIASS. 

Old Colony House. 

EIST TIUNTON. 

A. R. WHITE. C. W. BAKER, 



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Dean Charles H., 7 South Main, 

Doran Paul, 335 Pleasant, 

Gammons Brothers, 142 South Main, 

Holt & Henry, 3 Granite block, 

Irish Edward A., 67 South Main, 

Marvel John B., 5 Granite block, 

Quinn Woodland & Co., 93 So. Main, 

Porter Brothers, 69 Pleasant, 

Sargent L., 4 Granite block, 

Sharon Brothers, 60 South Main, 

Simmons W. H., 42 South Main, 

Smith & Jenney, 9 South Main, 

Stewart & Hamerton, So. Main, cor. Spring, 

Strassman Henrv, 34 South Main, 

White A. D., 67 Pleasant, 

Williams J. W., 37 South Main, 

CLARK & SEGUR, Chauncy, {see adv 
index) , 

Rogerson Brothers, 

Brightman Leander & Co., 15 South Water 

New 

Brownell O. G. & Son, 51 Purchase, 

Delano S., 8 Purchase, 

Dootson John ]Mrs., 86 Purchase, 

EDDY GEORGE M. & CO., 147 Union, 

Faisneau G. E., 32 Purchase, 

Fisher James, 143 Union, 

Gilford George D., 6 Purchase, 

Hadley A. W., 20 Purchase, 

HASKELL & CO., (wholesale and re- 
tail), 42, 44 and 46 Purchase, 

Hunt Josiah, 22 Purchase, 

MILLHvEN C. D., 1 Ricketsons block. 
Union, (see adv. index), 

Silvester & Wimj, 28 and 30 Purchase, 

Richardson J. T^ 18 South Water, 

Simon N., 62 Purchase, 

Soule W. T., 58 Purchase, 

Spare J. V., 176 County, 

Waite Benjamin H., 38 Purchase, 

Waterman N., 59 Purchase, 

Whiting E. B., 10 Purchase, 

Woodman W. O., Purchase, 

ALBRO JAMES D., Bay, 

DURGIN BROTHERS & WILLIAMS, 
Hopewell, 



Fall River 



Mansfield 



Bedford 



Taunton 



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Dean P. Evarts, 85 Main, Taunton 

Higgins L. B. & Co., 79 Main, 

Srifith & Cutter, 83 Main, 

Skinner N. H. & Co., Main, corner Cedar, 

SANDERS C. W., Micldleboro avenue, 

corner Liberty, East Taunton 

DYERS AND BLEACHERS. 

(See also Bleacheries.) 

Wolfendon Robert, County, near Fifth, Attleboro 

Bray J. W., West Attleboro 

ORR JAMES, {see adv. index). South Attlei)oro 
Orr Brothers, 

Monarch John, 202 Pleasant, Fall River 

Harding C. P., 41 William, New Bedford 

Hackers Hamlet, Swansea 

Eatough John, rear 18 Spring, Taunton 

EARTHEN WARE MANUFACTURERS. 

Hatheway , Somerset Centre 

Purington David, 
Purington George S., 

EATING HOUSES. 

Alfred G. H. & Co., basement, Sturdy's 

building, Attleboro 

Conway Joseph, Bank, cor. Washington, " 

Everett Dennis, Wash., cor. Elm, North Attleboro 
Williams R., Washington, " 

Atwood J. D., North Easton 

Holmes C, 12 Fourth, Fall River 

Hurley William, 28 Pocasset, " 

Moss James 94 Third, 

Kelley G. H., corner Main and Spring, " 

Murphy Patrick, 26 Pocasset, • " 

Nve J. B., 28 Pleasant, 
Nye J. T., 112 and 114 Second, 
Tootle M., Steamboat wharf, " 

Paine F., R. R. depot, Mansfield 

Allen T. L. & Son, 26 South Water, New Bedford 
Furber G. W., 51 Union, 
GiflTord G. P., 7 South Water, 
Hann A. W., 9 South Water, 
Oakley James, 65 Union, 
Winslow H., 34 William, 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 75 

Pond E. D. Mrs., 67 and 69 William, New Bedford 
REEVE N. S., 4 and 6 South Water, 

{see advt. p. 48.), 
Richards G., 5 North Third, 
Slosson Henry C, 11 Old Market square, 
Smith D. B.,*19 Union, 
Widdoes Levi, 95 Union, 
Chase O., 5 Weir, Taunton 

Ferrin G. W., 58 High, 
Kelley G. C. & Co., 48 City square, 
McKennon P., 61 West Water, 
Townsend J. S. & Brother, 20 and 22 Weir, 
Wilber S. & Brother, 16 Weir, 
AVoodward W. P., West Water, Weir, 

ELECTRO PLATERS. 

(See also Nickel Platers.) 

NERNEY & LINCOLN, Steam-power 
building. 3d from de'pot, opp. R. R. 
avenue, Attleboro 

Crotty & Cudworth, East, North Attleboro 

Perkins Thomas C, East, " 

EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 
Shaw James, 11 South Main, Fall River 

ENAMELED CLOTH, 

Taunton Oil Cloth Co., Wales, Taunton 

ENAMELER. 

Birmingham J. J., Elm, North Attleboro 

Price Richard, East, 



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ENGRAVERS. 

(See also Chasers, also Hub Cutters and Die Sinkers.) 

Coombs F. O., (plate), S. Richardson's 

building. East, Attleboro 

Maxon G. W., (plate), S. Richardson's 

building. East, " 

EXPRESSMEN. 

Gomley A. & Co., 196 Elm, and corner 

First and Union, New Bedford 

EXPRESS OFFICES. 

Adams' Express, (Boston to Providence) , 

&c., Sturdy's building, Attleboro 



76 BRISTOL, COUNTY DIKECTORY. 



Earle & Prevv, (Boston to Providence, 

&c.), Sturdy's building, R. R. ave., Attleboro 

Livesey J.T., (Attleboro to Providence), 

Union, near Pearl, " 

Adams' Express, (Boston to Providence) , 

1 Kendall's block, North Attleboro 

Earl & Prew, Bank building, Wash., " 

Earl & Prow, R. R. station, Attleboro Falls 

Middleton Frank, (Easton and Boston), No. Easton 

Pinkhani A. E., (Easton and Boston), " 

Marble D. C, (Easton and Boston), 

Adams Express Co. (to Providence), Fall River 

Earl & Prew's Express Co. (to Provi- 
dence), 17 Main, 

Adams Express Co , 9 Bedford, " 

Kinsley Express Co. (Boston to New- 
port), 17 North Main, 

DAVENPORT, MASON, &.CO., (New 
York, South and West, 5 Ricketson's 
block, Union, New Bedford 

HATCH & CO. (Boston, etc.), 5 Ricket- 
son's block. Union, {see adv. opp. p.), " 

Mayhew John, (Edgartown and New 
Bedford), 5 Ricketson's block, " 

Potter A. H., (New York Express), 19 
Commercial, " 

DAVENPORT & MASON, (Boston), 

7 City square, Taunton 

DAVENPORT, MASON, & CO. (N.Y.) 

7 City square, " 

Eastman & Co., 24 City square, " 

FANCY GOODS. 

(See also Toy Stores.) 

BAXTER JOHN, 10 Park, {see adv. 

p. 55), Attleboro 

Cash Samuel, 17 Union, " 

Razee B. A. & Son, Kendall's block, 1 

Washington, North Attleboro 

Hathaway James B., 23 Pleasant, Fall River 

Huntsman Hattie F. Miss, 81 So. Main, " 

Landman E., 94 South Main, " 

Lincoln & Kellev, 26 South Main. 
Lowell C. S., 109 South Main, 
Noros L. J., 15 South Main, 
Bigelow & Wing, 127 South Main, 



HATCH & CO;S 










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D ^ I L Y 



TO AND FROM 

IW BEDFORD, BOSTOI, 

PROYIDENCE, 



AND- 



Marthas Vineyard. 



ALSO, 

GENERAL TICKET OFFICE AND AGENCY 

FOR 

SALE DRAFTS AND BILLS OF EXCHAN&E, 



OFFICES : 

34 & 35 Court Square, Boston. 

52 Dorrance Street, Providence. 

142 Union Street, New Bedford. 

757 Commonwealth Av., Vineyard Crove. 



R. WARREN, 



FRENCH 



M)JlLJkJUltM 






496 Washington Street, 



BOSTON. 



♦ « ♦ « » 



SIPZBCIJk.LT-Y', 




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LA.DIES' 



CAPS IND HEAD-DRESSES. 



No. 496 M^ashington Street, 



B O S T O IsT. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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Mansfield 
New Bedford 



Mowry G. W. & C. H., 

Allen Charles N., 153 Union, 

Case E. C. Miss, 40 Purchase, " 

Chase G. W., 16 Purchase, 

Hopkins J., Purchase, corner Union, " 

Hunt Josiah, 22 Purchase, " 

Macy W. J., Purchase, " 

Nooning H. H. & Co., 2 1-2 and 4 Purchase," 

Simon A., 62 Purchase, " 

Paul J. C, 27 Purchase, 

Davis N. S., Somerset 

Hinckley J. W. & Co., (99 cent store), 

46 Main, Tauntcm 

RANKIN L., Bay, corner Jeiferson, 
Tiukham S. M. & Sons, 43 Main, 



Attleboro 
Fall River 

Mansfield 
New Bedford 



FA.NCY DRY GOODS. 

Fisher J. M., 22 Park, 

Benson M. V. B., 41 North Main, 

Ramsay & Mc Whirr, 75 South Main, 

Hamilton H. C, Main, 

Cottle H. B. Miss., 11 Purchase, 

DURFEE E. A. Miss, 19 Cheapside, 

Fuller N. B. Miss, 97 1-2 Third, 

Hadley A. W., 20 Purchase, 

MILLIKEN C. D., 1 Ricketson's block, 

Tallman C. S., 70 Union, 

Woodman W. O., 12 Purchase, 

Lincoln E., 

DURGIN BROTHERS & WILLIAMS, 

Hopewell, 
Eatough M. E., 49 Main, 

FERTILIZERS. 

(' See Agricultural aiid Seed Stores.) 

Paine S. S. & Brother, North Front, cor. 

Hazard's wharf. New Bedford 

PAISLER CHARLES S., 118 No. Water, " 

FILE DEALERS. 

BUTLER, BROWN & CO., 34 and 35 
Exchange pi. (see adv. front colored 
leaves(, Providence, R. I. 

FILE MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS. 

Broughton & Sunderland, Central, near Water, 

Fall River 



Raynham 
Taunton 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



WEBSTER JOSEPH & SON, Court, 

(see adv. index). 
Price A., 33 1-2 South Water, 



Tauuton 
New Bedford 



FINE ARTS. 

Ellis L. B., 40 William, 
Hazeltine C G5 William, 



New Bedford 



FIRE BRICK, PLASTER, &c. 

HAWKINS W. H., Oil Works wharf, 
Davol, 



Fall River 



FISH DEALERS. 

(See also Fish, Wholesale, also Oyster Dealers.) 

Lewis & Wetherell, rear 37 Park, Attleboro 

Bobbins & Crosby, 7 R. R. avenue, " 

Tucker J. D., Washino^ton, North Attleboro 

Keith eToseph, 26 Second, Fall River 

Mayhew B. T., 24 Mayhcw's blk. Second, 

Frost Hiram, 7 Fourth, " 

Sanford C. A., 7 Ninth, " 

Shaw J. M., 128 South Main, 

Bessom C, Main, Mansfield 

Bartlett Abner, 9 North Sixth, New Bedford 

Bassett William A., 125 Purchase, 

Child J. G. & Son, 31 School, 

Clark & Bartlett, Commercial wharf and 

9 Market, 
Clark T. E., 238 Purchase, 
Cornell G. T., 161 Purchase, 
Holmes & Watson, 157 South Water, 
Leonard H. A., 91 South Third, 
Leonard John H , 25 Union, 
Payne George A., Purchase, 
DOANE ELISHA, 17 City square, {see 

adv. index), 
Kellev A. W., 78 High, 
Marley T. C, 23 West Water, 
TOWNSEND J. S. & BROTHER, 20 

and 22 Weir, " 

WILBUR D. E., 6 Weir, {see adv. 

index), " 

Mayhew Thomas W., Westport Point, Westport 

FISH OIL AND GUANO MANUFACTURER. 

Wilson Job, Swansea 



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79 



GXSO. A. IVIASON. 



MSrmt^^ Livery, Sale and Boarding 




STABLE, 

CoiMMcw Street, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



HOESES, CAHEIAGES k HARNESSES 

Constantly on hand for sale. 

ALSO DEALEU IN 

BALED HAY & STRAW. 



I am constantly receiving Horses from ^ 
Canada, which I am selling at very low (^-Z^^^^ 
prices. 




BROWN & WHITE. 






llors ai Law, 



OFFICE, - 



S UNION BLOCK, 



TAUNTON, MASS. 



J. BROWN. 



L. E. WHITE. 



G. GREENLEAF & CO. 

WIRE WORKERS AND WEAVERS, 

WIRE CLOTHS, NETTINGS, FOUNDRY RIDDLES, 

Sparker Cloth, Patent Barnl Coal Sieves, Rat Traps, Corn Poppers, 
and every variety of Wire Work, made to order. 

90 XJNION STREET, 
BOSTON. 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



F. H. Stafford. 



Wm. Mason. 



A. T. Pierce. 



STAFFORD & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Cotton Tlir-ead., 

YARNS AND TWILLED GOODS, 

All Nos. Yarn from N"o. 6 to 60, single or twisted. 
Mills at EAST GREENWICH, E. I., BAREOWSVILLE & NORTH DIGHTON, MASS. 

Office, , , . . 57 Weybosset Street, 

nwvwENCE, n. t. 

n. L. Davis. a. Doane, Jr. 

H. L. I3A.V1S & CO. 

DEALERS IN" 





ill 



AND 

BUILDERS' 

HARDWARE, 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

Paints, Oils and Varnishes, 

Particular attention paid 
to Painting, Papering, Deco- 
rating and Graining. 

Stores, No. 4 STAPLES' 
BLOCK, Weir Village, and 
34 MAIN STREET. 

TAUNTON, MASS. 



Geo. M. Cruickshank & Co. 




i\m mm uwmi 

AND MACHINISTS. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Cruickshank's Patent Metalic Packing 

FOR PISTON RODS AND VALVE STEMS, 

ISTo. 276 DYER STREET, 



p. 0. Box 1202. 



PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 81 

FISH, WHOLESALE. 

Biirtlett A. H., Commercial wharf, New Bedford 
POTTER W. F. & Co., Union, cor. Front, 
(see adv. index), " 

FLORIST AND SEEDSMEN. 

{Sec Nurserymen and Seedsmen.) 

Cutler G. P., 43 City square, Taunton 

FLOUR AND GRAIN. 

{.See also Grocers, Country Stores, i^c.) 

Monroe Charles C. & Son, Park, near 

Taunton road, Briggsville, Attleboro 

FollettN. B., ' Attleboro Falls 

HOLMES & CHEEVER, Washington. 

{see adv . index) , North Attleboro 

Knapp, Bates & Follett, WashiniTton, " 
THOMPSON H. E., (.see adv. page 63), 

Plainville, near North Attleboro 
SHERMAN G. H., South Dartmouth 

Dean T. H. cfe J. O., South Easton 

ALLEN, SLADE & CO., 16 and 18 

Bedford, and 5 Market square, (see 

adv. index), Fall River 

Brayton D. A., Central, corner Davol, " 

Brown D. & Son, 1 Davol, ■ , " 

Brownell J. R., 57 Bedford, 
Cadieux Joseph, 264 Pleasant, 
CHAFFEE J. (wholesale), 182 North 

Main, 

Ferguson John, 7 Third, " 

Meek William, 1 Davol, " 

Parker K., 280 South Main, " 

Reynard R. P., Jr., 14, 16 and 20 Third, 
Brings J. S., ^ Mansfield 

CLARK & SEGUR, Chauncy, {seepage 40), " 
Rogerson Brothers, Main, " 

Bliss H. H., 11\3 Grinnell, New Bedford 

Dennison Brothers & Co., 40 and 42 So. 

Water, " - 

Kirk John, 224 Purchase, " 

Macomber T. W., 16 South Water, " 

POTTER W. F. & CO., Union, coi-ner 

Front, {see adv. page 63), " 

Wilbor Alfred G., 95 Third, 



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North Water, corner 

New Bedford 

Raynham Centre 

Rehoboth 

Seekonk 

Somerset 

Tauuton 



WILSON & CO 

Hillman, 
LINCOLN E., 
Marvel J. C, 
Medbery A. N., 
REED BENJAMIN T., 
ALBRO J. D., Bay, Hopewell, 
DURGIN BROTHERS & WILLIAMS, 

Hopewell, " 

Briggs C. A. & Co., 36 West Water, 

W'eir Village, '- 

Church H. W. & Co., 56 West Water, 

Weir Village, " 

Paul J. & Co., 26 West Water, Weir 

Villao-e, 
SANDERS C. W., East Tauntou 

FLOURING MILLS. 

Braytou D. A., cor Davol and Central, Fall River 
Brown D. & Son, foot of Central, " 

Dennison Brothers & Co., 40 and 42 So. 

Water, corner School, New Bedford 

Eureka Flour Mills, 42 South Water, " 

WILSON & CO., Hillman, 

FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY. 

(See also Fruit § Vegetables.) 

ELDREDGE S. H. JR., 31 and 33 

Park, (see adv. index), Attleboro 

Razee B. A. & Son, 1 Kendall's block, 

Washinofton, North Attleboro 



Bowen A. & Co., 40 Pocasset, 
Hampton A., 33 Third, 
Marsden T., 163 South Main, 
Nightingale T. H., 201 Bedford, 
NorweltG. W., 31 North Main, 
Robinson H. G., 69 3-4 South Main, 
Robinson John, 96 Pleasant, 
Arnold B. H., 108 Purchase, 
Baldwin H. W., 113 Purchase, 
Barstow S., 233 Purchase, 
Bartlett B. S., 69 Union, 
Brannan R. H., 76 Purchase, 
Brook Charles H., 54 Purchase, 
Doty W. P., 28'3 Purchase, 
Fish W. G., 103 Purchase, 



Fall River 



New Bedford 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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New Bedford 



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Gray J. F,, 66 Purchase, 
Luce A. E., 186 County, 
Maxim H. C, 173 Purchase, 
Mansfield J. P., 10 Cheapside, 
McAfee John, 75 Union, 
Parker Fred, 9 Purchase, 
Tilden & Co., 60 Purchase, 
Wood F., 75 Purchase, 
Davis E. N., 
Marble W. H., 
Allen O. P., 21 Weir, 
Clary P., 38 Weir, 
Cushman E. S., Weir, 
Godfrey H. M., 27 Weir, 
Leonard N. B., 97 Main, 
Mason F. E., 11 Main, 
Perkins D. D., 1 Broadway, 
Richmond C. E., 57 City square, 
RuggF. B., 88 High, 
Story A. T., City Hall building, 

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. 

( .See Provisions. ) 

FROST & ISHERWOOD, 300 So. Main, 

(see adv. p. 48), Fall River 

HOWARD O. H. P., 180 Second, (see 

adv. p. 39), «« 

O'HEARN JAMES, 106 South Main, 

( see adv . page 31), " 

Whitehead Edmund, 108 South Main, " 

Wilbur Lemuel C, 103 Union, New Bedford 

FURNACES AND RANGES. 
Franklin J. N. & Co., 4 Kendall's block, 

Washington, - North Attleboro 

Disjhton Furnace Co., North Dighton 

COOK & GREW, 44 Second, {see adv. 

index), '« 

CHILSON GARDNER, near depot, Mansfield 

HAYDEN & GROSSMAN, (Barstow), 

corner Bedford and Third, {see adv. 
page 36), New Bedford 

Briggs J. B., 42 Main, Taunton 

Brownell A. C, 30 Main, 
Cox & Warden, 56 Main, 






84 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

TAUNTON IRON WORKS, W. Water, Tauntcui 
Union Furnace Co., Third, '•' 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Siinford C. S., 14 Bank, Attleboro 

Starkey L. T., 85 Park, North Attlehoro 

Frazer G. C, 120 Pleasant, Fall River 

Delano J. Jr., head of Middle, Fairhaven 

Baldwin D. W., 45 South Main, and 14 

and 16 Annawan, Fall River 

Borden, Almy & Co., 43 South Main, 
Flint J. D. & Co., 12'6 South Main, 
Harriman D. G., 89 Pleasant, " 

Leat G., 9 Spring, " 

Newell C. P., 7 Main, 

Nichols L. & Co., 39 Pleasant, " 

Warden J. D., 116 and 118 Pleasant, 
Waring Brothers, 93 South Main, " 

Wootton T., 57 Pleasant, " 

Carrol J., 20 1-2 South Water, New Bedford 

Geils G., 150 Purchase, '' 

Maxfield Caleb, 130 Union, 
Pease J. H., 214 Purchase, 
Tillinghast William A., 147 1-2 Union, 
Foster John M., Broadway, Taunton 

Hoard N. S., 29 and 31 Union block, 
WEST L. B. & CO., 24 Winthn^p, 

FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS. 

Gilmore William H., 40 Main, Taunton 

Stanley & Cunningham, 40 Main, " 

Washburn E. E., Summer, near City Hall, " 

FURNITURE REPAIRER. 

Warner J. A., 84 Purchase, New Bedford 

GALVANIZED GOODS. 

KIRBY H. S., 8 Commercial wharf, cor. 

Front, New Bedford 

GASLIGHT COMPANIES. 

Attleboro Union Gaslight Company, G. 

N. Crandall, Supt., Attleboro 

North Attleboro Gaslight Company, C. 
S. Colbath, Supt., office, East, near 
Orne, North Attleboro 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 85 

Fall River Gas Company, W. B. Durfee, 

Supt., office, 93 Pleasant, Fall River 

Manufacturers' Gas Co., Chas. P. Stick- 

ncy, Treas.. Hartwell, cor. Fifth, " 

New Bedford Gasli.^ht Co., G. Wood, 

Supt., 70 South Water, New Bedford 

Taunton Gaslight Co., Edwin Keith, 

clerk, Treas. and Supt., Franklin, Taunton 

GAS, STEAM AND WATER PIPE MANU- 
FACTURERS. 

TAUNTON IRON WORKS CO., West 

Water, Taunton 

GAS AND STEAM FITTERS. 

Plath N. Nelson, Circular, corner West, 

North Attleboro 
BUSH WM. R., 36 and 38 Pocasset, 

(.see adv.iKige 43), Fall River 

Fall River Steam and Gas Pipe Co., 10 

Pocasset block, " 

RIDGWAY J., 70 Pocasset, (see adv. 

page 23), " 

WOLFENDALE WM., 76 Second, {see 

adv. page 64), " 

Taunton Gaslight Co., Franklin, Taunton 

GAS FIXTURES. 

Fall River Steam and Ga.s Pipe Co., 89 

Pleasant, Fall River 

WOLFENDALE WM., 76 Second, 

{see adv. ^.64), " . 

GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. 

Everett A. M., 47 Park, Attleboro 

HA WES GEORGE E., Wash., North Attleboro 
Brombero; Hyman, 91 South Main, Fall River 

Shove & Fisher, 9 and 11 North Main, " 

Brownell E. F. A., 19 Purchase, New Bedford 

Pincus N., 25 Purchase, " 

GLASS MANUFACTURERS. 

Bowie S. R. & Co., (etching), 90 So. Water, 

New Bedford 
Mt. Washington Ghiss Co., Prospect, " 

U. S. Ornamental Glass Works, 90 So. 
Water, " 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



GILDERS. 

ACUSHNET NICKEL PLATING 
WORKS, vSouth Pleasant, (see adv. 
p. 5(j), 

GRAIN DEALERS. 

(See Flour and Grain.) 

CHAFFEE J., 182 North Main, 

GRANITE DEALERS. 

(See Stone Critters.) 

Sullivan J. B., 104 Weir, 

GRIST MILLS; 

Cory Samuel, 
Morse G. P., 
Spooner M. H., 
Howland E., 
Hawes & Wilbur, 
Cornell Job, 
Turner E. G., 
Smalley M., 
Chace Charles, 
Chace D. S. & Son, 
Reed Joshua, 
Wilson John D., 
Winslow Thomas G., 
Allen G. S., 



New Bedford 



Fall River 



Taunton 
Acushnet 

Dartmouth 
North Dartmouth 

South Dartmouth 

Dighton 
( ( 

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Freetown 



Lawrence D., 
Fisher Brothers, 
Flint B.K., 
Lincoln E., 
Norton Mills Co., 
Williams M. G., 
Perry Otis, 
Thurber Benjamin, 
Burr Raymond H., 
Kent Samuel, 
Martin Calvin, 
Hamilton George, 
Wood N. M., 
Craw C. N., 
Sisson Alden, 

GROCERS, RETAIL. 

{See also Country Stores.) 

Carpenter L. Z., 17 Park, 



East Freetown 

Mansfield 

East Mansfield 

Norton 

Ray n ham 
Rehoboth 

Seekonk 
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Westport 



Attleboro 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



87 



MARSTON & CRAPO, 

COUNSELLORS at LA^^^, 

No. 35 North Water Street, 



George Marston. 
Wendf 11 H. Cobb. 



NEW BEDFORD. 



Wm. W. Crapo, 
Clias. W. Cliftbrd. 



W.F. POTTER & CO. 

/p /|\ J -^^ WHOLESALE 




DEALERS IN 

TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, 

PROVISIONS & PRODUCE. 

PETROLEUM OIL a specialty 

^ _ _.'. ^^^ COHXEK OF 

^ Union & Front Streets, 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



SULUNGS, KINGMAN & GO 




Importers and General Dealers in 



ENGLISH, GERMAN AND AMERICAN 

|gHARD"WARE, 

CUTLERY, STOVES, 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, 

Agricultural Implements, &c., 
9 NORTH THIRD & 123 UNION STREET, 



JOHN W. SULLINGS, ) 
GEORGE F. KTN^GMAN, 
CHARLES B. HILLMAN. ) 



igBlTIT BGDFORD. 



MRS. L. H. PACKARD, 

MILLINER, & Dealer in MILLINERY GOODS, 

ALSO, HAIR-AVOKK MANUFACTURER,, 
No. 17 CHEAPSIDE, ------- NEW BEDFORD. 



88 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

GEO. G. GIFFOKD. EDW. H. AELEN 

GIFFORD & ALLEN, 

BRASS FOUNDERS, 

GOPPEESMITHS AM PLUMBERS. 
Corner N. Front St. & Hazard's Wharf, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Plumbing in all its branches attended to and satisfaction 
guaranteed. 

Have on hand COMPOSITION BOLTS, SPIIvES and NAILS, 
COPPER BOLTS and articles in our line for Ship's use. Also, 
PIPE of all kinds. SHEET LEAD, and a large assortment of 
PLUMBING MATEiilALS. 
CASTINGS MADE TO ORDER & FINISHING DONE. 

H. C. HAWKINS & BEO. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



AND DEALERS IN 



FOREIGN km OOMESTIO FRUBTS, 

And Bailed Majf^ 

36 & 38 Second Street, corner Pocasset St , 
Market Square, FALL RIVER, MASS. 

CONGDON, CARPENTER & CO. 

DEALERS IN 



Springs, Axles, Horse Shoes & Nails, 

WHEELS, RIMS, SPOKES, SHAFTS, &c. 

A good assortment of Haskell's Machine Bolts and Coach 
Screws. Carriage and Tire Bolts a Specialty. 

BRANCH STORE, 23 BEDFORD STREET, 

Fall Hiver Mlass. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 89 

Carpenter & Capron, 36 Park, Attleboro 

Holmes & O'Conuor, 23 Railroad ave, " 

Monroe Charles & Son, Briggsville, " 

Parmenter H. D., 43 Park. " 

SOVEREIGNS OF INDUSTRY, (see 

adv. page 55), Washington, " 

Walker William, North Attleboro road, " 

Follett N. B., Attleboro Falls 

Hancock T. E., Washington, North Attleboro 

HOLMES & CKEEVER, Washington, 
opp. Odd Fellows' building, (see adv. 
index), " 

KNAPP, BATES & FOLLETT, Wash- 
ington, corner Church, '• 

Thompson C. B., Washington, corner 
Wrentham road, " 

THOMPSON H. E., (see adv. p. 63), 

Plain ville, near North Attleboro 

Potter C. W., South Dartmouth 

SHERMAN G.H., 

Palmer J. W., Dighton 

Almy Edward, North Dighton 

AMES O. & SONS, (corporation), North Easton 

Hitch p. F., 65 Main, Fairhaven 

Elridge Brothers, 71 Main, 

Leavitt & Taber, 41 Centre, 

Nye Alfred, 19 Washington, 

Swift S. S. & Co., Main, corner Bridge, 

Adams F. M., 177 North Main, Fall River 

Andrews E., 16 Pleasant, 

Audet & Roy, 348 Pleasant, 

Bagshaw James, 349 Pleasant, 

Barlow J. & Co., 305 Pleasant, 

Barney George W., 156 North Main, 

Bean E. L., 20 Twelfth, ^ 

Biltcliffe & Bruckshaw, 136 Pleasant, 

Bliss W. B., Bank, 

Booth Eliza, Bedford, 

Booth William, 112 Third, 

Bowler G., 186 Pleasant, 

Bridge Joseph, 379 Pleasant, 

Briggs B. D., 19 Turner, 

Butler James, 10 Fourth, 

Butler P., 112 Columbia, 

Cobb, Bates & Yerxa, 99 South Main, 



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Callahan D., 6Q Fourth, Fall River 

Carroll & Butler, U2 Bedford, 

Coolidge C, 242 Pleasant, 

Coleman William, corner George and 

Oregon, Mechanicsville, 
Co-operative Association, 112, 114 and 

116 Bedford, 
Corneau W, 91 Bedford, 
Dean J. M., 14 South Main, 
Dugdale James, 347 Pleasant, 
Duggan Thomas, 60 Spring, 
Eagan John 2d, 73 Spring, 
Flynn William, 80 South Main, 
Fuller Elisha & Son, 27 North Main, 
FROST & ISHERWOOD, 300 South 

Main, (see adv. p. 48), 
Green C. J., 102 Third, 
Greenwood Levi, 158 Bedford, 
Guiney John, 90 Annavvan, 
Harrington P. P., 39 and 41 Eighth, 
Hathavvav O. H., 17 Bedford, 
Heap R., 262 Pleasant, 
HOWARD O. H. P., 180 Second, {see 

adv. p. 39), 
Jackman C. B., 7 Lyon, 
Jepson M., 142 Pleasant, 
Kelley Jeremiah, 95 Bedford, 
Kingsley G., Central, 
Larkin Thomas, 27 Pearl, 
Lawton & Chase, 124 Davol, Mechanicsville, 
Leary Q., 2 Hartwell, 
Lindsey W. & N., Lindsey's wharf. 
Lord G., 12 Orange, 
Lagarde A. & J., 86 Bedford, 
LeBoeuf N., 36 and 38 Seventh, 
Maxam E. B., 133 Second, cor. Rodman, 
McDonald Edward, 72 Annawan, 
McKevitt J. T., 45 Rodman, 
Moore S. & Co., 145 North Main, 
Mulligan J., 16 Hartwell, 
Murphy James, 50 Rodman, 
Norton F. A., Rodman, corner Second, 
O'Hearn Robert, 118 Columbia, 
O'Neil & McClarence, 79 Rodman, 
Regan Michael, 59 Spring, 



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Regan Timothy, 39 Central, 

Reynolds R., Locust, 

Rhodes & Williams, 149 and 151 So. Main, 

Sullivan C. D., 84 Fourth, 

Sullivan Patrick, 21 Orange, 

Sullivan P. R., 24 Union, 

Sykes A., 72 Fourth, 

Wade & Pettey, 98 Second, 

Warbuton Henry, 75 South Main, 

Warren E., Pine, corner Rock, 

Wilbur John, Elm, 

Wilmot J., 271 Pleasant, 

Wilmot J. & Co., Elm, 

Lovell S. C, Main, 

Briggs J. S., 

CLARK & SEGUR, Chauncy, {see adv. 

i^. 40), 

Rogerson Brothers, Main, *' 

Perry Albert, West Mansfield 

Abrams W., 139 South Water, New Bedford 

Acushnet Co-operative Association, 85 

Third, 
Andrews Christopher, Fourth, 
Ashley & Smith, 345 and 347 Purchase, 
Brown L. B., 175 Kempton, 
Boardman Thomas, 321 Purchase. 
Bonney C. A., Ill Purchase, 
Bryant & Peirce, 174 County, 
Codding S., 186 County, 
Central Union Association, 5 No. Sixth, 
Chappell William H., 229 Purchase, 
Cook D., 240 Purchase, 
Daly P., 269 South Water, 
Davis C. S., 243 Purchase, 
Dawson B., 312 Purchase, 
Doty William P., 241 Purchase, 
DriscoU R., 311 and 313 Purchase, 
D wight James, 60 South Second, 
Dwight W. B., 103 Third, 
Edgerton J. F., 296 Purchase. 
Folger D. B. & Co., 116 Union, 
Forbes E. H., 35 Elm, near Bedford, 
Frasier G. W., 161 South Water, 
Gillick P., South Water, near Bedford, 
GIBBS L. H., 26 Union, {see adv. p. 44), 
Gifibrd Fred S., 3 Ricketson's blk.. Union, 



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GosDold Workingmen's Co-operative As- 
sociation, 144 Purchase, New Bedford 
Holcomb H. & Son, 71 South Second, 

corner Bush, " 

Holcomb Monroe, 201 South Water, " 

Holcomb Roland, 32 School, corner So. 

Second, " 

Industrial Co-operative Association, 353 

Purchase, " 

Jenney Brothers, 296 Purchase, " 

Lawton R. S. 185 Purchase, " 

Luscomb Abraham R., Kempton, corner 

Pleasant, " 

Luscomb Robert, 170 County, " 

Lowe J. H., 324 North Third, 
LUTHER H. R., 144 Purchase, (see adv. 

i?. 32), 
Macomber George B., 305 Purchase, " 

McFarlin S. W., 150 Kempton, 
Milliken & Son, 157, 159 and 243 Purchase," 
Morse Clinton, 151 Kempton, " 

Morse F. & Co., 239 Middle, 
Notter John, 182 County, " 

Nye S. G., 5 Union, 

Pratt & Alley, 97 Purchase, " 

Remington & Rhodes, 328 Purchase, " 

Rock J., 265 South Water, 
Sanford Thomas, No. Second, cor. Elm, " 
Sherman Isaac C. & Son, cor. Fourth 

and Bedford, " 

Sherman J. B., 51 Foster, " 

Snow Sylvester, cor. County and Wing, " 
Smalley O. Jr., 93 South Third, 
Smith J. C, cor. Middle and Cedar, " 

Stanton A. G. & Co., 137 Third, 
Sturtevant Zachariah, 23 Third, " 

SulHvan Thomas, 57 Middle, " 

Sullivan M. E., 348 Purchase, " 

Swift E., Third, corner Spring, •' 

Swift & Co., 239 Purchase, 
Taber A. C, Acushnet avenue, " 

Taber G. W., 197 Kempton, 
Terry Job M., County, " 

Tucker & Cummings, 66 and 68 William, " 
Newcomb Maynard, Norton Centre 

Lincoln E., ' Raynham Centre 



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Horton Edw. H., 

PeckC. C, 

Pierce Susan, 

Medbeiy A. N., 

Marble H. E., 

Reed Benjamin T., 

ALBRO JAMES B., Bay, Hopewell, 

Baker & Evans, Staples' block, West 

Water, Weir Village, 
Belcher Ira, cor. Broadway and Dean ave., 
Burt B. L. & Co., East Water, 
Campbell S. E., Main, corner Union, 
Church H. W. & Co., 56 West Water, 
DURGIN BROTHERS, Whittin^ton, 
DURGIN BROTHERS & WILLIAMS, 

Bay, Hopewell, 
Gallagan O. & J. P., 29 Broadway, 
Howard W. B., 14 Main, 
Johnson & Macomber, County, 
Knapp Zenas, West Water, opp. the 

bridge. Weir Village, 
Lawton William C, Broadway, c. Randall, 
Lothrop H. B,, Weir, opp., the church, 
McKEON & KELLY, 13 Broadway, {see 

adv. p. 23), 
O'Hara John, 23 Broadway, 
Pendleton George E., 28 High, 
Presbrey & Bodfish, 69, 71 and 73 W. Water, 
Reed William & Co., 5 School, 
Rielly J., 27 Washington, 
Rouse A. F. & Co., 37 Mason, 
Sears F. K. & Co., Leonard's blk.. Main, 
Sears J. W., 2 and 4 High, 
Staples Benjamin F., 18 High, 
Sovereigns' Co-operative Store, Hopewell, 
Walker E. A., 31 Washincrton, 
Washburn & White, 45, 47, 49 and 51 

Cohannet, 
White, Child & Co., 1 and 2 City square, 
William P. & Co., 41 City square, " 

Woodall T. H., 1 Broadway, 

SANDERS CHARLES W. , East Taunton 

Washburn C. G., " 

GROCERS, WHOLESALE. 
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Bedford, aud 5 Market square, (see 

adv. p. 64), Fall River 

Deane J. M., 41 Bedford, 
HAWKINS H. C. & BROTHER, 36 

aud 38 Second, {see adv. index), " 

Petty, Lawton & Co., 24 Bedford, and 

10 Market square, *' 

BULLOCH A. & CO., 11 William, (see 

adv. p. 4:4,), New Bedford 

Baylies William, 2 Union, 
Driscol, Church & Hall, 60 Union, 
GIBBS L. H., 26 Union, (see adv. p. 44), 
Macoraber Brothers, 6 Union, 
NYE S. G., 35 Union, 
POTTER WILLIAM F. & CO., Front, 

corner Union, (see adv. index), '* 

Reed Benjamin T., Somerset 

Church H. W. & Co., 56 West Water, 

Weir Village, Taunton 

White, Child & Co., 1 and 2 City square, " 

GUNPOWDER. 

(See Powder.) 

GUNSMITHS. 

Davis J. F., 53 South Main, Fall River 

Davis N. R. & Co., Assonet, Freetown 

EGGERS SELMAR, 6 William, (see 

adv. iyidex), New Bedford 

Sis^on D. W., 22 South Water, " 

DIEMAR RICHARD, 21 Dock Square, 

Boston, and 23 School, (see adv. ind.), Taunton 

GUNS AND SPORTING APPARATUS, 

Davis J. F., 51 South Main, Fall River 

EGGERS S., 6 William, (see adv. ind.). 

New Bedford 
DIEMAR RICHARD, 21 Dock square, 

Boston, and 23 School, (see adv. ind.), Taunton 

HAIR DRESSERS. 

ChaceC. T.,24Park, Attleboro 

Macdouald William A., Park, " 

Chapman D. F., Washington, North Attleboro 

St. John J., Washington, " 

Stickney F., Easton 

Murphy P., North Easton 

Robinson C. H., Fairhaven 



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A.. R. BARISTEY, 



All kinds of work in my line done 
to order promptly and in the best 
style. 

Carriage Trimming, Painting and Repairing, 

SaTviiigf, Turning', Planing-, Sc<*. 




^V . G-. HATHAWAY, 

Book Binder, and Manufacturer of Blank Books 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND STYLE OF BULING, 

PRINTING AND BINDING. 

ALSO, ALL KINDS OP PAPER BOXES. 

16 MAIN, CORNER OF SCHOOL STREET, TAUNTON, MASS. 



MARKET, No. 17 CITY SQUARE. 

Full supply of Fish, Lobsters, Oysters and Clams, in their season, fresh erery 
day, Delivered Throughout the City. Chesopcake's, 25 cents per quart, $1.00 per 
gallon; Warehams (small), 50 cents per quart, $1.75 per gallon; Wareham's (large), 75 
cents per quart, $2,75 per gallon ; Providence Oysters, 30 cents per quart. 

ELISHA DOANE, 17 City Square, Taunton, 



D. S. DiCKERMAN, D. D. S. 

106 Weir Street, Taunton, Mass. 

In Boston, MIOND^Y and TXJESD.A.Y of every week, 

AT 224 TREMONT STREET. 

olk6k^ri\itl|, 

Machinery & Tool Forging, Iron Doors, Shutters, 

IRON FENCES AND RAILINGS, 

BOLTS, RODS AND STRAPS FOR BUILDINGS, BRIDGES, &c. 

M.ADE 'PO ORDER, 

Jewellers' and Silversmith's Dies, Cutters, Hammers and Tools, 

A SPECIALTY. 



219 EDDY STREET, 



PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



96 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

SEA-SHORE AND WHITE MOUNTAIN ROUTE 



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Eastern Railroad 




station in Boston, on Causeway St., foot of Friend St, 

THE UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE 

TO 

Halifax, St. Jolii M k ProYinces, Baior, Skowhep, 

Farmington. Rockland, Belfast, Waterville, Augusta, 
AND ALL PARTS OF THE STATE OF MAINE. 

Making close connections at PORTLAND with all of the 

Eastern Steamers, and with Portland and Ogdensburg 

Railx'oad for Steamers on Lake Sebago, &c., and 

Portland and Rochester R. R., and with Grand 

Trunk Railway for Gorham, Montreal, 

Quebec, and the West. 

r»ULlL.TVrA^TV C!A.RS OTST THIS T^IIVE OTSTuY. 

THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ALL RAIL LINE FROM 

BOSTON TO THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, 

AND THROUGH 

WHITE MOUNTAIN NOTCH 

TO 

St. Johnsbury, Johnson, Burlington, Vt. 
LAKE CHAMPLAIN. AND MONTREAL. 

ALSO, FOR CAPE ANN, AND FOR 

SAILSBURY, HAMPTON, AND RYE BEACHES, 

BOAR'S HEAD AND ISLES OF SHOALS. 

THE DIRECT ROUTE TO THE 

Rangeley's and Moosehead Lake, the Great Fishing Resorts. 
A. P. ROCKWELL, Pres. B. F. PATRICK, Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agt. 



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Allen J. E., 68 South Main, 

Ayler W. H.. 8 North Third, 

Buudoin E. L., 45 North Main, 

Burke M., 2 Pocasset block, 

Cabalier E. L., 22 Pocasset, 

Carey Daniel, 13 North Main, 

Crowley James C, 11 South Main, 

Dacey T. , 65 Pleasant, 

DeCaro Frank, Durfee's block, No. Main, 

Dyer & Silvia, 5 Bedford, 

Fields Charles, Bedford, 

Hurley J. T., 31 Third, 

McCarty Brothers 107 South Main, 

McKenney F. Jr., 41 South Main, 

Perry Antonia, 71 North Main, 

Perry Antonio, 75 Ferry, 

Pimientel M. J., sec. F, Granite block, 

Rin^D. T., 41 Central, 

Snell A. W.,Davol, 

Souliere E., 138 Pleasant, 

Spencer N. P., 10 Pleasant, 

Sweeney J., 98 South Main, 

Wood J. H., 61 Pleasant, 

Richmond W. H., 

Rogers C. T., 

Ames Y. W., 10 1-2 Cedar, 

Apsey G. W., 32 South, 

Castello M. C Liberty Hall, 

Cypress R. W., 166 Purchase, 

Daniels J., 137 South Water, 

Goulet G., 326 Purchase, 

Goulet J., 4 Franklin, 

Easton C. F., 15() Purchase, 

Gray H. A., 92 South Third, 

Jackson Edward, 60 Cedar," 

Jackson T. \V., 184 County, 

King & Lemos, 89 and 127 1-2 Union, 

Lee Michael, 244 Purchase, 

Lobo M. G., 113 Union, 

Oliver R. W., 90 Purchase, 

Piper & Oberton, 41 Elm, under 

Parker House, 
Taylor R. F., 47 South, 
Talliaferro John, 231 Middle, 
Scarboro H. A., 163 Purchase, 



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Temple Lewis, 72 Union, New Bedford 

Vassals James H., 23 North Third, 

Williams John, 124 Union, '< 

Wilson J G., 47 William, 

West John E., 4 South Water, ♦« 

MOREY'S LADIES' HAIR GOODS 

ROOMS, 154 Westminster, {see adv. 

index) ^ Providence, R. I. 

Brady John, 27 Weir, Taunton 

Buffinton D. B., Bay, *> • 

Hemphill E. O., Broadway, " 

Rockett E., Bay, '* 

Mason J. H., 3 City square, '* 

Morris Benjamin, 64 High, *• 

Rogers E. E., 2 Cohannet blk., City square, " 
Story W. F., Weir Village, 
Woodward A. P., 55 VV. Water, Weir, 

HAIR SWITCH MANUFACTURER. 

MOREY JOHN, 154 Westminster, (see 

adv. index). Providence 

HAIR GOODS- 

MOREY'S HAIR GOODS EMPORIUM, 
154 Westminster, {see adv. index). 

Providence, R. I. 

HUMAN HAIR IMPORTER. 

MOREY J., 154 Westminster, {see adv. 

ind. ) , Providence 

HAIR WORKERS. 

Barney Nellie Miss, 137 South Main, Fall River 

Boone A. Mrs., Qd) Union, New Bedford 

Butler Katie P., 80 Union, " 

Bray wood A. M., 210 Purchase, «« 

Mitchell B. M. Mrs., 148 Union, " '^ 

MOREY'S HAIR GOODS EMPORIUM, 
154 Westminster, {see advt. index). 

Providence, R. I. 

HALLS. 

Wamsutta Hall, Washington, North Attleboro 

Wilbur's Hall, cor. Fruit and Trescott, Taunton 

El Bethel, Temple of Honor, Ricketson's 

block. Union, New Bedford 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 99 

Freemason's Hall, 147 Union, New Bedford 

Pierian Hall, 5 Ricketson's block, Union, *' 

HANDLE MAKERS. 

Perry Charles & Co., (handle and mallet 

manufacturers), Rehoboth 

HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. 

('.See also Countri/ Stores. j 

BURROUGH BROTHERS, 1 Railroad 

ave., {see adv. jj. 55), Attleboro 

Franklin J. N., Washington, " North Attleboro 

Buffington J. L., 18 North Main, Fall River 

CON ANT P. D. & Co., 61 and 63 Bedford, " 
CONGDON, CARPENTER 8g CO., 23 

Bedford , ( see adv. index ) ' ' 

SANFORl) & COVELL, 71 Pleasant, 

{see adv. index), " 

SOWLE F. A., corner Elm and North 

Water, {see adv. index), »< 

Still well Daniel & Co., 125 South Main, 
SULLINGS, KINGMAN, & CO., 9 

North Third, and 123 Union, {see adv. 

index). New Bedford 

Trafton & Anthony, 12 South Main, 
Willard A., 7 Rock, 

Rogerson Brothers, Mansfield 

Marvel J. C, Rehoboth 

DAVIS H. L. & CO., 43 West Water, 

and 34 Main, {see adv. page 80), Taunton 

Humes C. F., 17 Broadway, 
Newcomb W. L. & Co., 68 Weir, 
SANDERS GEORGE B., 
Washburn F. R., 15 Main, 
Washburn Salmon, 12 Union block. Main, 

HARNESS MAKERS. 

(See also Carriage Trimmers.) 

Frink E. H.. 5 Bank, Attleboro 

Phillips F. K., Orne, North Attleboro 

Torrev J. W. D., Easton 

Burreil J. B., 36 North Main, Fall River 

Cobiirn Charles, 3 Market square, " 

Fenno Enoch, 63 Pleasant, *< 

Gifford B. F., 24 Fourth, «' ' 

Meeson & Pownall, 160 South Main, " 



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MINEUR G., 263 Pleasant, (^ee adv. 



page 24), 
Thompson A. D., 156 North Main, 
Boyd W. F., 
Allen Jesse, 7 Purchase, 
Brownell L., 29 Purchase, 
Chaloner L. W., 2 North Third, 
Cronin William, Elm, corner Pleasant, 
Gushing C. F., 24 Cheapside, 
Green John 2d, 204 1-2 Purchase, 
Judson J. H., South Pleasant, corner 

Mechanics' lane, 
Kittridge B. R., 63 William, 
Marr W. J., 193 Purchase, 
Willis W. H., 126 and 128 Union, 
Peterson J. F., 
Thurber Hiram A., 
Wood Ali)heus H., 

Donaghy R. J., 10 Plain, Weir Village, 
Hack N. E., West Water, 
Pierce J. W., 12 Weir, 
Whittiers Edward, 50 Weir, 



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HARNESS, ROBE AND BLANKET DEALER. 
Brownell L., 29 Purchase, New Bedford 

HAT AND BONNET BLEACHERIES. 

I See Bleacheries.) 

Porter Bradford G., Assonet, Freetown 

Winslow Henry, Assonet, " 

Watson , South Freetown 

HATS, CAPS AND FURS. 

(See also Country Stores, also Dry Goods.) 

KNAPP, BATES & FOLLETT, Wash., 

corner Church, North Attleboro 

Bromberg Hyman, 91 South Main, Fall River 

Earle J. H., 26 North Main, " 

Harris Isador, 19 Pleasant, " 

Read N. & Co., 9 Granite block. 
Shove & Fisher, 9 and 11 North Main, 
Cannon E. S. & Co., 43 Purchase, New Bedford 
Haskell C. M., 138 Union, cor. Fourth, '• 

HAT MANUFACTURERS, (Silk.) 
Covell J. L., 125 Union, New Bedford 



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DENNISON & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 





DENNISON'S PATENT 




PING TAGS, 



AND 

Dennison's Standard Merchandise Tags 

Of every variety and for every conceivable use. 

DENNISON'S TOURISTS' TAGS FOR TRAVELERS. 

Stratton's Gummed Labels and Gummed Paper of all colors ; Legal and 

Notarial Seals ; Folding and Fancy Tickets ; Mentzel's Patent 

Suspension Rings ; Dennison's Game Counters ; Wedding 

Cake Boxes ; Visiting and Playing Card Cases, 

etc., etc. etc. 

DEMISON'S TARGETS forEIFLE PRACTICE. 

THE STAR COPYING PAD, 

Used with ordinary Copying Press and Book — superior to all other 

devices for the Copjring of Letters. 
Phillips's and Stevens's Hook and Clasp Tags ; Kimball's Self-Fastening 
Tickets ; Anderson's Improved Suspension Hooks ; Postal Envel- 
opes ; McGill's Paper Fasteners, at manufacturers' dis- 
counts ; Dickinson's Rubber Bands ; Dennison's 
Excelsior Sealing Wax, etc., etc 

Proprietor " Globe " and Centen- 
nial Prize " Excelsior," and Importers 
of English Grass Bleached and Pearl 
' • Blue, from the celebrated 39 mill. 

Proprietors of '' Silver White," best article for polishing silver, 

and Miller's " Jewelry Cleaning Casket " and " Silver White Casket." 

JEWELER'S BOXES, Jeweler's Cards, Pink and White 

Cotton, Fine Twines, &c. 

DRUGGISTS' BOXES, Apothecaries' Powder Papers and Counter Pa- 
pers, Dennison's Shaving Papers. 

ALL or OUR GOODS ARE SOLD BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE. 

DGNETISOn d^ GO. 

19 Milk Street, Boston. 198 Broadway, New York. 

632 Chestnut St., Phil'a. 150 So. Clark St., Chicago. 

169 Vine St., Cincinnati, 409 Washington Ave., St. Louis. 





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XS. IKE. REED'S 

Law, Golleotion fe hmm 

OFFIGS^ 

Coiart, Cor. ISTorth. JVTaiii Street, 

MANSFIELD, MASS. 




COOK & GREW, 

SUCCESSORS TO 

COOK, GREW & ASHTON, 

PLUMBERS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Furnaces, Ranges and Ftoves. 

Special attention paid to Heat- 
ing and Ventilating Houses, 
Churches, &c. Factory Work 
and all kinds of Jobbing done at 
short notice and in the best manner, 
at the OLD STAND. 

44 Second St., 

FALL RIVER, MASS, 

tZ;^ ALKX O. COOK, T. M. GREW". 

SALbSMLN, 5c. C.COOK. 



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COUNTRY I^RODUCE. 

Orders called for and goods delivered to all parts of the city free of charge. 
CORNER CHEAPSIDE AND MARKET STREET, 

NEW BEDFOBD, MASS. 



A. HOWLAND. 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 103 

Hardware and Cutlery continued. 
Spencer A. E., 122 1-2 Union, New Bedford 

Emery C. O., 95 Main, Taunton 

HAY AND STRAW DEALERS. 

MASON G. A., Common, {see adv. p. 79), 

Attleboro 
WILLIAMS E. S.. Washington, opp. 

Fisher, {see adv. index). North Attleboro 

ALLEN, SLADE & CO., 16 and 18 

Bedford, {see adv. p. 64), Fall Eiver 

CHAFFEE J., 182 North Main, 
HAWKINS H. C. & BROTHER, 36 and 

38 Second, {see adv. 2^- 88), " 

HAWKINS W. H., Oil Works wharf, 

Davol, {see adv. p. 40), «' 

PAISLER C. S., 118 North Water, New Bedford 
WILSON & CO., North Water, corner 

Hill man, '« 

HINGE MANUFACTURERS. 
Gilmore E. W. & Co., North Easton 

HOOP SKIRT MANUFACTURER. 

Chace George W., 16 Purchase, New Bedford 

HORSESHOERS AND BLACKSMITHS. 

(See Blacksmiths.) 

Bruce Samuel H., East, NorthAttleboro 

KingL. C, Dartmouth 

Perkins T. P. W., Fairhaven 

Smith & Shaw, " 

Haven Peter, 283 Pleasant, Fall River 

Ryan T., Second, <« 

Carey Daniel, Broadway, > Taunton 

Conefy J. F., Weir, " 

Friery & Kilro, 59 Weir, «' 

Gavin C, Howard, *' 

McDonald John, 24 School, '« 

Morse Jason, Tremont, *' 

Toomey J. H., County, «< 

HOTEL CHECKS. 

ROBBINS JOHN, 42 Knecland {see 

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Attleboro 

Attleboro 

Attleboro 
Fairhaven 

Fall River 



HOTELS. 

Ryder House, J. G. Ryder, prop., 

WAMSUTTA HOUSE, C. M. Spra.sue, 
proprietor, Wash., cor. Elm, North 

Barrows' Hotel, H. T. Humphrey, pro- 
prietor, Pawtucket road. South 

Union Hotel, C. H. Allen, proprietor, 

Columbia House, James Parkinson, pro- 
prietor. So. Main, cor. Columbia, 

LaGrange House, James Sutcliffe. pro- 
prietor, 27 and 29 Bedford, 

Narragansett Hotel, Capt. L. V. Tilton, 
proprietor. North Main, 

New England House, F. BitclifFe. prop., 
110 Bedford, 

ST. GEORGE HOUSE. J. Scholes, 
proprietor, 58 South Main, {see adv. 
page 23), 

Thurston House, V. Thurston & Son, 
proprs.. Central, 

Wilbur Hotel, 19 and 21 North Main, 

MANSFIELD HOUSE, Clark & Segur, 
proprietors, Chauncy, {see adv. p. 40). 

BANCROFT HOUSE, F. C. Bancroft, 
prop., cor. Main, and Third. Ne 

Elmwood House, T. Lapham, proprietor. 
69 Elm, 

Furber House, G. W. Furber, propr.. 
Palmer's Island, 

German Hotel, L. Bartel, proprietor, 4 
Hall's court, 

Mansion House, L. F. Underwood, pro- 
prietor, cor. Union, and Second, 

Parker House, H. M. Brownell, propr., 
Purchase, 

Sheridan House, G. A. While, propr., 

Mansion House, D. Gregory, prop., 

Case's Hotel, J. Case, proprietor, 

City Hotel, A. L. Bliss, proprietor, City 
square, 

CLARENDON HOUSE, L. Francis, 
propr., 12 Cohannet, {see adv. p. 71), 

Exchange Hotel, L. E. Francis, propr., 
City square, 



Mansfield 
w Bedford 



Norton 
Swansea 

Taunton 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRBCTORY. 105 

St. Cloud Hotel, George H. Briggs, pro- 
prietor, near New Bedford depot, Taunton 

Washington Hotel, Hiffh, " 

OLD COLONY HOUSE, White & Baker, 

proprietors, East Taunton 

Harbor House, Jas. H. Sowle, propr., Westport 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

Davol Georire H. & Co., 52 Third, Fall River 

Flint J. D. & Co., 121 South Main, 

Eraser George Y., 78 and 80 Pleasant, " 

Greenhalgh J. B., 248 Pleasant, " 

WilcotD. T., 13 Bedford, 

Purrington & Brown, 55 Purchase, New Bedford 

SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO., 9 No. 

Third, and 123 Union, (see adv. p. 87), " 
Brigffs J. B., 42 Main, Taunton 

Hoard N. S., 29 and 31 Union bik.. Main, 
Washburn Solomon, 12 Union block, " 

HUB CUTTERS AND ENGRAVERS. 

CHRISTY J. C, East, (see adv. index), 

North Attleboro 
Willemin Louis A., Attleboro Falls 

ICE CREAM MANUFACTURERS. 
-^ELDREDGE S. H. JR., 31 and 33 

Park, (see adv. index), Attleboro 

Bates William M., 16 Pleasant, New Bedford 

Gray J. F., 6Q Purchase, " 

ICE DEALERS. 

Richards J. D., Elm, North Attleboro 

WILLIAMS E. S., Washington, (see 

adv. index), . " 

Sisson A. B., Dartmouth 

Cook & Durfee, office, Central, c. Main, Fall River 
Fall River Ice Co., near Bleachcry, " 

Hawes Simeon, head of the River, New Bedford 

New Bedford Ice Company, 9 Fourth, " 

Sherman J. H., 118 Grinnell, " 

Leonard L. E., Norton avenue, Taunton 

Matteson R., cor. Bay and Whittenton, " 

White A. C, Cohannet, " 

Williams Julius, Plain, near Beacon, " 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Easton 
Fall River 



INDIA RUBBER GOODS. 

BUTLER, BROWN & CO., 34 and 3.5 
Exchange place, (see adv. front colored 
leaf), Providence, R. I. 

INK MANUFACTURER. 
Freeman G. H., 17 Centre, New Bedford 

INSTRUMENTS, MATHEMATICAL. 
Pool H. M., Easton 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

DAGGETT & RICHARDSON, Dean's 

buildino-, 45 Park, Attleboro 

Albro J. G., Washington, North Attleboro 

Price E. R., Washington, ' f' 

Rice Henry, Elm, 
Reed Charles H., 

Chase & Slade, sec. E, Granite block, 
Chase & Shaw, sec. C, Granite block, 
Dillingham C. C, 44 North Main, 
Greene W. S., 33 Bedford, 
Howland Samuel D., 7 Bedford, 
Mellen & Stafford, 42 South Main, 
Remington J. A., sec. A., Granite block, 
Shepard J. M. Jr. & Co., 1 Durfee block, 
SLADE JOHN P., sec. G, Granite blk, 

(see adv. page 32) , 
Wilson D. B., 42 South Main, 
Winslow B. F., sec. F, Granite block, 
REED E. M., Court, cor. North Main, 

(see adv. ind.), 
Alray Charles, 20 North Water, 
Cook Samuel H., 37 North Water, 
Cornish Ivory S., 27 North Water, 
Ellis J., 15 South Water, 
Grinnell L. & Son, 22 North Water, 
OILMAN F. L., 90 Union, (see adv. 

index), 
James Thomas M.,40 North Water, 
TAYLOR W. H., 40 North Water, 
Tillinghast & Aldcn, 44 North Water, 
Van Campen Hiram, 17 North Water, 
Briggs A. S., 3 Union block, 
Cushman J. M., City Hall, 



Mansfield 
New Bedford 



Taunton 



BARKER, WHITAKER & CO., 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP 

HARDWARE 



■AND- 



CUTLERY, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Manufacturers,' Machinists' and Builders' 

SUPPLIES, 

FAIRBANKS' SCALES, &e. 

22 & 24 Westminster St., Providence, E. L 



ja^m:es orr, 

BLEACHER AND DYER 




■OF- 



Threads, Worsted Braids, 
Yarns, &c. 

SOUTH ATTLEBORO', MASS. 
Particular attention given to Coloring and Bleaching Spool Cotton. 

Miiiiehigitti Mutual Insiiinei 0®. 

39 COURT STREET, (Room 1), BOSTON. 
A.SSETS, - - - - - - #440,000. 



Insurance of DweHings and Household Furniture 

IN" THE CITY AND COUNTRY. 



One-Fourth of the Net Profits to be retained as a Reserve Fund. Three-Fourths 

of the Net Profits to be Divided to Policy-Holders. 
CHARLES B. CUMMINQS, President. 

JOHN M. CORBETT, Secretary. 



WADE, DAYIS & CO. 

MANDFACTIIIEES OF JEffELRY, 

J^^^KSa? ITLOOR, OK 

LINCOLN, TIPFT & CO.'S NEW FACTORY, 

(Via North Attleboro), 

plainvilTjE, mass. 
C. H. & F. F. CARPENTER, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN LUMBER, 

Gano, near India Street, and 22 Branch Avenue, 

All orders promptly attended to. PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

m:. GRiisrisrELL, 

BoarfliBE Hoose, for FeriiiaMiit aoi Traisleit Boarflers. 

No. 7 NORTH MAIN STREET, FALL RIVER. 
G OOD ACCOMMODATIONS AND GENEROUS FARE IN A CENTRAL LOCALITY . 

E. E. BARRO^VS & CO. 




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FIRE-GILT CHAIN, FIRST QUALITY, AND PATENT BRACELETS, 

11-2 If AID EN LANE, NEW YORK. 

Factory, North Attleboro, Mass. 

ORNAMENTAL, PLAIN AND GENERAL JOB PRINTING, 

Of all descriptions, executed in the best manner, and oo Reasonable 
Terms. Work warranted to suit our patrons. 

No. 42 SOUTH MAIN STREET, CORNER OF BORDEN, 

B. F. DAVia^ late Foreman Fall River Herald. 

■Wm. O. Milne, late Foreman Daily News Job Office. FALL RIVER, MASS. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 107 

Hammond J. C, Main, Taunton 
Hinckley J. W., 43 City square, " 

Williams S. A., 43 City square, " 

Wood B. L., 43 City square, ♦* 

INSURANCE BROKERS. 

TAYLOR WILLIAM H., 40 North 

Water, New Bedford 

Jackson E. T., 43 City square, « Taunton 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Attleboro Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 
H. N. Richardson, secretary and treas- 
urer, 45 Park, Attleboro 

Fall River Manufacturers' Mutual Insur- 
ance Co., sec. C, Granite block. Fall River 

Bristol County Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co., William H. Taylor, president: 
Geo. N. Alden, secretary and treas- 
urer, 44 North Water, New Bedford 

Commercial Mutual Marine Insurance 
Co., 37 North Water, 

Union Mutual Marine Insurance Co., 33 
North Water, " 

GILMAN F. L., 90 Union, New Bedford, agent for 
the foUowiug Companies : 

Faneuil Hall Insurance Co., Boston. 

Fitchburg M. Insurance Co., Fitchburg. 

Insurance Company of North America, Philadelphia. 

Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New York. 

New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., Boston. 

North-western National Insurance Co., Milwaukie, 
Wis. 

St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co., Minnesota. 

Travelers' Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Westchester Fire Insurance Co., New York. 

IRON CRESTING AND ORNAMENTAL WORK. 

Huntley G. R., 17 and 19 Washington, Taunton 

IRON FOUNDRIES. 

Dighton Furnace Co., Dighton 

BELCHER DANIEL, (malleable), (see 

adv. index), Easton 

Drake L. S. & A. L., (small castings), " 

Boston and Fairhaven Iron Works, Laurel, 

Fairhaven 



108 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Iron Foundries continued. 
Davis J. & E., First, Fall River 

Fall River Iron Works Co., foot of Anuawan, " 
Kilburn, Lincoln & Co., 13 Canal, corner 

Annavvau, " 

Central Iron Founchy, J. E. & W. H. 

Rider, proprietors, Central, Mansfield 

Manstield Iron Foundry, Gardner Chilson, " 
New Bedford Iron Foundry, E. Grinnell, 

proprietor, 90 and 92 So. Water, New Bedford 
Somerset Co-operative Foundry Co., Somerset 

CROSSMAN & THOMAS, Taunton 

Foundry and Machine Co., Court, " 

Leonard Co-operative Foundry Co., 

Wales, near Vernon, " 

Mason Machine Co., Oak, ' " 

Old Colony Iron Co., " 

Thomas Oscar G., West Water, <' 

Potter William R., Cohannet, " 

TAUNTON IRON WORKS CO., G. W. 

Gavitt, agent, W. Water, cor. Fifth, " 

Union Furnace Co., Third, near W. Water, " 

IRON MANUFACTURERS. 

Fall River Iron Works Co., foot of Annawan, 

Fall River 
Kilburn, Lincoln & (.'o., Canal, c. Annawan, " 
Aeushnet Iron Foundry, South Water, New Bedford 
Gosnold Mills, office, 134 North Third, 
New Bedford Iron Foundry, 90 So. Water," 
Mount Hope Iron Co., H. T. Leonard, 

superintendent, Somerset 

IRON AND STEEL. 

CONGDON, CARPENTER & CO., 23 

Bedford, Fall River, and 81 Canal, (see 
adv.p. 88), Providence, R. I. 

Watkins William, 13 Centre, New Bedford 

JEWELERS' SUPPLIES. 

BURROUGH BROTHERS, 1 R. R. ave., Attleboro 
SHERMAN C. E. W. & SON, Elm, n. 

A. B. R. R., {see adv. index). No. Attleboro 

JEWELERS, (MANUFACTURING.) 

BATES & BACON, near depot, Attleboro 

Blackington W. & S., 19 County, 



A^^A.IlT^rER'S 



(Bryant & Stratton,) 




283 Westminster Street, Providence, R. I. 



♦ ♦ ♦ 



The leading Business College of Proviiloncc, and a prominent member of the Associ- 
ated Business Colleges of America. ■ 

The only institution in Rhode Island where Bookkeeping is taught as a science, 
and where theory and practice arc so harmoniously blended, that when a principle is 
enunciated, its application is immediately shown. 

The fundamental idea of this institution is the practical fact, that material wealth 
is an important element and instrument of Christian and refined civilization and power, 
and that the devolopement and improvement of Man is its grand object. 

The course of instruction and training is based on this idea, and will continue to be 
enlarged and extended, as the standard of public intelligence and the revenue of the 
College warrant. 

The design of the Institution is to prepare Boys, Young Men and 
Ladies, in the shortest time and most perfect manner, 
for the active duties of life. 
The course of instruction is so arranged and practically taught, as to give a thorough 
and accurate knowledge of such branches as all men ought to be skilled in, and is espe- 
cially adapted to the demand of a large class of young and middle aged men and women, 
who are looking to the fields of active business life for future remuneration and social 
position. 

thh; couKsii: ok study is 
POLYTECHNIC IN CHARACTER, 

EMBRACING 



The Science of Accounts, 
Business Correspondence, 
Business Arithmetic, 
Rhetoric and Elocution, 
Penmanship, 
Letter Writing, and 
Practical Bookkeeping. 
Common and Higher English, 
Languages, 



Industrial Art, 

Higher Mathematics, 

Mechanical and Civil Engineering, 

Mechanical and Free-hand Drawing, 

Surveying. » 

Telegraphy, 

Phonography, 

Photography, and 

Elocution, 



AND IS IJIXII^ED INTO 

NINE DEPARTMENTS. 

Illustrated Catalogue, containing full particulars, will be sent on receipt of twenty- 
five cents. Circulars of College sent free. 



ORDERS FOR WORK SOLICITED. 

We respectfully solicit orders for all kinds of professional labor, coming within our 
specialties : Engineering, Drawing, Designing, &c. ; Matter for Translation, 
in Modern or Ancient Languages ; Complicated Accounts and Partner- 
ships adjusted ; Books opened or closed ; Pen-work of all kinds. 

All work placed in our h.ands will be carefully and neatly done, and cheap. 
Address, 

283 WESTMINSTER STREET, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



ESTABLISHED A. D., 1856. 



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GOLD& SILVER 












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North Attletoro, Mass. 



Grolcl and Silver 

CUPPINGS, POLISHINGS, STONIIIGS, 

SoKitions, &C.5 Solicited. 

GOLD COIN, FINE GOLD, FINE SILVER, 

COPPER, CRUCIBLES, &c.. 

Always on hand. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 109 

Bliss Brothers & Everett, K. R. ave, Attleboro 

Bliss & Dean, R. R. aveuue, " 

BUSHEE A. & CO., 19 County, (see 

adv. p. 36), " 

Carpenter J. D. & Co., R. R. avenue, " 

Cummings & Wexell, R. R. avenue, " 

Cobb, Gould & Co., Union, «« 

Demarest & Packard, Broad, " 

HAYWARD & BRIGGS, R. R. avenue, 

(see adv. j9. 35). '< 

HAYWARD & CARPENTER, R. R. 

avenue, (see adv. ind.), '* 

HODGES & CARPENTER, Robinson's 

building, R. R. avenue, " 

Holbrook, Whiting & Albee, Broad, " 

HORTON, ANGELL & CO.. 19 Countv, 

(see adv. p. 56), " 

MACDOl^ALDR. B., (see adv. p. 35), 
Mason Edwin S., R. R. avenue, " 

Mason & Richards, R. R. avenue, '* 

MEIGGS & BRIGGS, Robinsons bldg., 

R. R. avenue, (see adv. p. 24), *' 

Robinson E. A., R. R. avenue, '< 

SHORT, NERNEY, & CO., R. R. avenue, " 
Smith D. H. & Co., Broad, 
Smith, Crosby & Smith, R. R. avenue, " 

SMITH D. H., R. R. avenue, 
Streeter Brothers, 18 County, *' 

Sturdy Brothers & Co., Steam Power bldg., " 
THAYER O. S. & CO., North Main, 

(see adv. page 39), " 

Tucker & Stone, Steam Power building, " 

Wilmarth W. H., R. R. avenue, *' 

BAILEY F. S. & CO., Elm, (see adv. 

index). North Attleboro 

BARROWS E. E. & CO., Division, 

(see advt. index). 
Barrows H. F. & Co., Division, 
Blackinton M. W., Broad, 
Blackinton R. & Co., Elm, 
Blake & Aldrich, Broad, opp. Tifft, 
Bugbee & Hatch, Wrentham road, 
Clark & Coombs, East, 
Draper F. S. & Co., Broad, 
Draper George H. Elm, 



110 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Jewelers (manufacturing), continued. 
Diaper O. M., Elm, North Attleboro 

Draper William O. & Co., Elm, " 

Etzensperger John, Elm, ** 

Fisher S. E. & Co., East, 
Franklin E. I. & Co., Broad, " 

French George W., East, near depot, " 
Luther J. W. & Co., Robinson's new 

building, near depot, " 

Merritt H. D. & Co., Elm, 
Pate F. G. & Co., Broad, " 

Pratt Benjamin F., Broad, '' 

Richards F. B. & C. I., Elm, 
Richards J. J. & J. M., East, " 

Richardson Stephen & Co., East, " 

Sandland, Capron & Co., Elm, " 

Schofield, Aston & Co., East, " 

Smith T. I. & Co., East, 
WADE, DAVIS & CO., {see adv. 

index). Main, Plainville, via " 

WEBSTER G. K. & CO., {see adv. 

p. 24), 
WHITNEY F. G. & CO., Chestnut, {see 

adv. page 35), " 

Young & Bennett, Chestnut, " 

Sadler G. W. & Co., South Attleboro 

Robinson & Co.. West Attleboro, Post 

Office, 
White & Shaw, (jewelers' findings), " 

Blackinton V. H. , Attleboro Falls 

Davidson Brothers, " 

Freeman & Co., •' 

Mason, Draper & Co., *' 

Morse Lewis, High, ** 

SIMMONS R. F. & CO., {see adv. 

p. 35) '' 

STANLEY BROTHERS, Elm, (see 

adv. index), " 

Sturdy J. F., «« 

WHITNEY E. & CO., {see adv. p. 31), " 
Wilcox & Robinson, High, " 

Carien, Bragg & Co., (tortoise shell), Mansfield 

Draper J. B. & Co., " 

Kingman & Hodges, Spring, (imitation 

rubber and shell), " 

Spalding D. S., " 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIEECTOKY. 



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For Cleaning Jewelry & Silver fare 

ti ^ II 

CHEAP! USEFUL!! PRETTY!!! 



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THE JEWELRY CLEANIKG CASKET. 




A PRETTY BOX, containing aU of the 
articles necessary for restoring Jewelry to 
its original beauty. The JEWELRY 
SOAP, the BRUSH and the SAWDUST, 
all perform their work without injury to 
the most delicate jewelry ; the whole affair 
making a cheap and useful gift to a lady. 



MILLER'S JEWELRY SOAP. 

Prepared from the very finest materials, will remove 
from Jewelry all tarnish, grease and dirt, and acts like 
magic in restoring to their original brilliancy all kinds I 
of Jewelry and precious Stones, without risk or dam- 
age to the most precious articles. It is used by lead- 
ing Jewelers throughout the country. 




SILVER WHITE. 




The best article ever used for 
CILJEIAJSITSG and. 

POLliSHIJVG 

It is not gritty, like many preparations sold for 
this purpose ; will not injure the most delicate 
article, and gives to Silver AN" EXQUISITE 
POLISH, EQUAL TO NEW. 



MILLER'S SILVER WHITE GASKET. 



Containslin a neat, compact form, all the 
articles that are necessary for Polishing 
Silver and Plated Ware, viz. : 

A BOX OF "SILVER WHITE," 
PLATE-BRUSH and 



CHAMOIS SKIN". ^ 



The above GOODS are SOLD by ALL JEWELERS. 

DZSNNISON i£ CO. 

Manufacturer of Jewelers' Findings, 

19 Milk Street, Boston. 




112 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



HARD METAL 



MANUFACTURED INTO 



HANDSOME TYPE, 



AT THE 



Boston Type Foundry, 



JOHN K. ROGERS, Agent. 



No. 104 MILK STREET - - - BOSTON. 



ESXABLISIiEr) 1837. 

LOMBA.Rr) & CO., 



Importers and Dealers in 



Lewis Wharf, corner Atlantic Avenue, Boston. 
NOVA SCOTIA AND BAY DE CHALEUR, 

(FROM OUR OWN QUARRIES.) 

Blue Grit and English Dry Stones and 
Spindle, Rough. Turned and Hand Finished. 
Specialties in Stones for Machine, Tool and 
Repair Shops. Any size cut to order. 





3 SCHOOL STREET, NEAR WASHINGTON, BOSTON. 
N. S. DEARBORN'S WEDDING STATIONERY, A SPECIALTY. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 113 



JEWELRY. 

MOREY J. (Kair), 154 Westminster 

{see adv. index), Providence, R. I. 

JEWELERS' TOOLS MANUFACTURERS. 

BOSWORTH MACHINE SHOP, P. 
Bosworth, agent, F. G. Whitney's 
building. Chestnut, {see adv . opp . p . 17), 

North Attleboro 

JUNK DEALERS. 
Simmons J. A., Davol, Fall River. 

Brownell Wm. O., Front, cor. Centre, New Bedford 
Carroll John N., South Water, 
Cook William H. & Co. 9 and 11 No. Front, " 
Duchenay E. T. opp. 97 No. Water, 
Freeman M. L , 86 Prospect, '* 

Gardner J. T. 78 Countv, 
Hill John, 176 State, 
McCullough John, 19 Front, 
Miller William, 165 South Front, 
Paige J. H., head of river, " 

Shea M. J., 130 South First, 
Thacher Albert, Centre, cor. North Front, " 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

(See County Register.) 

Lovatt Benj. K., 21 Pleasant, Fall River 

Rockett James F., 21 Pleasant, " 

TAYLOR WM. H., 40 No. Water, New Bedford 

KITCHEN FURNISHING GOODS. 

HAYDEN & GROSSMAN, cor. Bed- 
ford and Third {see adv. page 36), New Bedford 

LACE LEATHER. 

BUTLER, BROWN & CO., 34 and 35 
Exchange Place {see adv. front col. 
leaf). Providence, R. I. 

LAPIDARIES. 

LUTHER J. W. & CO., Raihoad ave. 

{see adv. index), Attleboro 

Denson O. E., Chestnut, North Attleboro 

LAUNDRIES. 

Macomber J. O., Park, Attleboro 

Prentiss J. P., Hartwell, Fall River 

City Steam Laundry, 114 No. Third, " 



114 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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Laundries continved. 
Bay State Laundry, 20 No. Water, New Bedford 
Kee Sam & Co., 119 Purchase, 

LAWYERS. 
ADAMS G. A., 45 Park {see adv. index), Attleboro 
Daargett John, 44 Bank, " 

Bowen Simeon, Washins^ton, North Attleboro 

POND J. E., Jr., Bank building {see 

adv. page 24), " 

Southard L. G., North Easton 

White Guilford, South Easton 

Archer & Jackson, room 36, Borden 

block, Fall River 

Blaisdell J. C, 33 Borden block, 
Braley & Swift, 42 Borden block, 
Coffey J. A., 46 Borden block, room 31, 
Drake L. J., 31 Borden block, 
HATHEWAY & CUMMINGS, 32 Bor- 
den block, 
Lapham Louis, 13 Pocasset building, " 

Lincoln A. N., 5 South Main, 
Lovatt Benj. K., 21 Pleasant, 
Morton & Jenningt^, sec. G, Granite block, 
Niles T. H., sec. F, Granite block, 
Pierce William H., 29 Borden block, 
Reed Milton, sec. A, Granite block, 
WALLACE P. H., 21 South Main, 
William E., sec. A, Granite block, 
Wood Jonathan M., sec. C, Granite block, 
CARPENTER R. W., Boston office, 31 

Pemberton square, Foxboro 

REED E. M., Court, cor. No. Main {see 

page 102), Mansfield 

Barney & Knowlton, 17^ No. Water, New Bedford 
Bonney C. T., 42 North Water, 

Borden Alanson, 42 North Water, '• 

Brown George H., 17J No. Water, 

Clarke A. K, 42 North Water, 

Clifford Charles W., 35 North Water, 

CLIFFORD WALTER, 35 North Water, 

Cobb Wendell H., 35 North Water, 

Collins Albert B., 42 North Water, 

Crapo W. W., 35 North Water, 

Greene Francis B. 36J North Water, 

JOHNSON W. H., Elm, cor. Purchase, 



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115 



Knowlton H. M., 17^ North Water, New Bedford 
Maokie Adam, 104 Uriion, 
Murston Georo:e, 35 North Water, 
MARSTON & CRAPO, 35 No. Waaler 

{see page 87), 
Millikeii Frank A. 29 North Water, 
Parker William C, Jr. 93 Union, 
Pierce P. A., 26 North Water, 
Prescott Oliver, 26 North Water, 
Stetson Thomas M., 36 1-2 North Water, 
Tappan F. W., 22 North Water, 
Tucker George F., 29 North Water, 
Sullavou E., 90 Union, 
Wilcox Lemuel T., 36 1-2 North Water, 
WEST HENRY N., 83 1-2 Union, 



Alger A. M., Jones' bk)ck. 



Taunton 



Bennett & Fuller, 7 and 9 Hotel building, 
BROW^N & WHITE, 3 Union block {see 

page 79), 
Conaty E. J., Jones' block. 
Dean J. H., 28 City square, near City Hotel, 
Fox William H., 7 and 9 Jones' block, 
Francis L. N., Jones' block, room 1, 
Fuller W. E., Prol)ate office, 
Galligan John H., 6 Court, 
Reed C. A., 3 Union block, 
REED E. M., City square {seepage 102), 
Sproat T. C, Bristol County Bank building, 
Thomas S. M., Hoye's bl(>ck, 
Townsend Samuel R., Court, opp. Court 

House, 
Williams H. & G. E., Hoye's block, 

LEATHER DEALERS. 

(See also Tanners, Curriers, ^c) 

Rose Simon M., 176 North Third, New Bedford 

Wade Job, factory, Wall street, near No. 

Third, 
Townsend William F., 9 City square, Taunton 

LIBRARIES. 

Attleboro Public Library, Odd Fellows' 

building. North Attleboro 

Fall River Public Library, So. Main, Fall River 
New Bedford Free Public Library, Wil- 
liam, cor. Pleasant, New Bedford 



116 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Dighton Public Library, Dighton 

North Easton Library Association, Easton 
Taunton Public Library, Broadway, near 

Leonard, Taunton 

LIME, CEMENT, HAIR, ETC. 

(See Masons. Coal and Hay Dealers often sell these articles.) 

Hawkins E. M., Linen Mill wharf. Fall River 

Remington R. K., 36 Mill, " 
HAWKINS W. H., Oil Works Wharf, 

Davol (see adv. p. 40), " 
Paine S. S. & Brother, North Front, 

cor. Hayward's wharf, New Bedford 

Staples & Phillips, 107 West Water, Taunton 

LINING NAIL MANUFACTURER. 
Rhodes M. M., rear 37 Cohannet, Taunton 

LIQUORS. 

Brown J., 134 South Main, Fall River 

BUTLER H., 20 Spring (see adv.j). 43), 
CAMPBELL JOHN, 38 and 40 Columbia, 
Connelly John A., Border, cor. Second, 
DAILEY JAMES, 30 Pacasset, 
HERBERT EDWARD, 86, 88, 90 and 

92 Columbia, 
MURPHY JOHN & CO., 132 Bedford, 
Lunney P. S., 106 Anna wan, 
Matthews H. , 28 Spring, 
Green D., 32 South Water, New Bedford 

Sisson J. A., 102 Union, and 47 South 

Water, «' 

LITHOGRAPHERS. 

Dubois H. W. & Co , 21 Pleasant, Fall River 

LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TION, Sturdy block, Park, Attleboro 

LOCKSMITH. 
EGGERS S., 6 Williams (see adv 

index). New Bedford 

LOCOMOTIVE MANUFACTURERS. 
Mason Machine Works, William Mason, 

proprietor. Oak, Taunton 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 117 



Taunton Locomotive Manufticturing Co., 

P. I. Perrin, treas., Wales avenue, Taunton 

LOOM PICKERS. 

BUTLER, BROWN, & CO., 34 and 35 
Exchange place (see adv. front col. 
page), Providence, R. I. 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Peirce & Carpenter, South Main, Attleboro 

Cargill E. S., Washington, cor. Park, N. Attleboro 
Babbitt William & Co., Berkeley 

Simmons Henry M., Dighton 

Cook, Borden & Co., Bowenville mills, 

and 8 Rod way, near Crescent mills. Fall River 
Miller R. & Co^ Bay, 

Slade E. M., Morgan, «« 

BOSWORTH W. & SON, 92 North 
Front, Hazard's wharf {see adv. 
opp. p. 17), New Bedford 

BRIGGS C, City Plaining Mill, Leon- 
ard's wharf, " 
Butler William F., rear 286 North Third, 
Doull James, DouU wharf, " 
Ellis L. B., 40 William, 

Greene & Wood, Leonard's Wharf, " 

Hathaway B. F., 152 North Third, 
Terry & Brown, 16 Fourth, '* 

Topham Robert C, Griffin, " 

Tripp D. K., 125 North Water, 
Western Lumber Company, 16 Fourth, " 

Crowell Hiram S., Somerset 

Wilbur J. W. L. & Bro., Dean, near 

O. C. & Newport railroad, Taunton 

MACHINISTS AND MACHINERY MANU- 
FACTURERS. 
BOSWORTH MACHINE SHOP, Chest- 
nut (see adv. index). North Attleboro 
Stone William M., opp. Railroad ave. Attleboro 
Wilcox & Barnett. Attleboro Falls, " 
Dean T. H. &J.0.. South Easton 
Fall River Furnace Co., Mill, Fall River 
Fall River Machine Co., J. H. Houghton, 

superintendent, 95 Pleasant, '< 

Hawes Machine Co., Water, near Old 
Railroad depot, " 



118 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Machinists and Machinery Manufs. continued. 

Kilbuni, Lincoln & Co., 13 Canal, Fall Eiver 

Gifford John A., 90 South Water, New Bedford 
Bowker & Sherman, 155 No. Water, " 

Cards. W., Mansfield 

CRUICKSHANK GEORGE M. & CO., 

276 Dyer {see adv. p. 80), Providence, R. I. 

MACHINISTS' TOOLS MANUFACTURERS. 
BOS WORTH MACHINE CO., Chest- 
nut, (see adv. index) , North Attleboro 

MACHINIST AND MACHINERY MANUFAC- 
TURERS. 

GROSSMAN & THOMAS, Wash., Taunton 

MALLEABLE IRON FOUNDRY. 
BELCHER DANIEL, (see adv . index) , Easton 

MANUFACTURING JEWELERS. 

(See Jetoelers, Manufacturi7ig . ) 

MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES. 

Poeasset Manufacturing Co., section E, 

Granite block, Fall River 

SANFORD & COVEL, 71 Pleasant, (see 

adv. index), *' 

REED & BARTON, (silver plated ware), 

Britanniaville, Taunton 

BUTLER, BROWN & CO., 34 and 35 
Exchange place, (see adv . front colored 
leaf). Providence, R. I. 

MARBLE WORKERS. 

Fuller Caleb, Pine, cor. Dunbar, Attleboro 

Rollins C. v., 9 Park, 

Smith Brothers, 80 Second, Fall River 

Smith G. W. & Co., 5 Bank, 

Burt F. W., Mansfield 

Allen Jos., Jr. & Co., 20 No. Second, New Bedford 

Cole Theodore W., 8 William, 

New Bedford Monumental Marble Works, 
T. Thompson, treas., corner Fourth and 
Spring, " 

Chase William W. Somerset Centre 

Burt D. Arthur, 84 Weir, Taunton 

Jackson William H. & Co., 170 Weir, 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 119 

PiOTi-ILICfiOTIPE 

Is the name of a New Process of Engraving, 

At less than one-half the cost of Wood Engraving. 

ELECTROTYPE PLATES IN RELIEF 

Are produced from Pen or Crayon Drawings, Wood, Steel 
or Lithographic Engravings. 

The MOST PERFECT process of Engraving ever discovered: Supe- 
rior to Wood Engraving, and in many cases equal to Steel 
or Copperplate Work. 

All Kinds of STEREOTYPING &. ELECTROTYPING done at low rates. 

*-»-»-»-¥ 

PHOTO-ELECTROTYPE COMPANY, 

171 Devonshire Street, Boston, !Vlass. 

JAMES H. STARK, Manager. W. H. MUMLER, Supt. 




yiJk^a^i 





S' 





msE, 



PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



Tlie Leaiii Hotel of tie City ! 



TWO MINUTES WALK FEOM THE DEPOT. 



F. W. HUNT & SON, 

PROPRIETORS. 

F. W. HUNT. H. IT. HUNT. 



120 



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All kinds of Machine Stitching and Repairing done to order. 



Office, No. 58 Main Street, 



TAUNTON, MASS. 



BOA.RDI]SrGJ^. 



Mrs. C B. SPINK has taken the Arnold 
House, 154r South Main Street, corner of 
Planet, Providence, for permanent and 
transient Boarding. House is heated by 
Furnace, and is supplied v^ith G-as and 
Pawtuxet 'Water. 

WADE, DAVIS & CO., 

MMIFACTOMS OF JEffELEY, 

Plainville, via North Attleboro, Mass. 

NEW YORK ADDRESS : 

Rooms 5 & 6, 194 Broadway, New York. 



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121 



MARBLE MANTELS. 

SOWLE F. A., c. Elm and No. Water, 

{see adv . index) , New Bedford 

MARKING AND STAMPING. 
Bourne E. N. Miss, 19 Cheapside, New Bedford 

MARINE RAILWAY. 
Rowland H. G., City wharf, 

MASONS. 

Hamilton James, West, 
Lawson J. H., 78 Union, 
Tucker A. H., Union, 
Pierce Washington, Fisher, 
Atwood J., 
Keith Georofe, 
Thompson Horace, 
Lee S. D., 

Buffinton Benjamin T., 
Buffinton Arthur E., 
Esterbrooks William, 
Luther Jeremiah, 
Miller Herbert A., 
Slade Francis J., 
Potter P. G., 

MASONS' BUILDING MATERIAL. 

PAISLER C.E., 118 North Water, cor. 

High, New Bedford 

MATTRESS MANUFACTURER. 



New Bedford 

Attleboro 

(( 

North Attleboro 
North Easton 

(( 

Seekonk 
Swansea 



( 

( 
( 

Westport 



Seekell G. H., 172 Weir, Taunton 

MEDICINES. 

C See Apothecaries.) 

MEDICAL EXAMINER. 
Dwelly Jerome, 21 Rock, Fall River 

MERCANTILE AGENCY. 

RUSSELL EDW. & CO., E. J. Dyer, 

agent, 39 Borden ])lock. Fall River 

MERCHANTS. 

ALLEN, SLADE & CO., 16 and' 18 
Bedford, and 5 Market square, {see 
adv.p.QA), Fall River 



122 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Merchants continued. 

Crocker O. & G. O., Commercial wharf New Bedford 

Giiford Charles H., 7 Commercial, " 
Haskell Edward P., Fish Island, 

Hathaway Horatio, Rodman, cor. Front, " 

Hathaway T. S., Rodman, cor. Front, " 

Hathaway William, Jr., Walnut st. whf., " 

Hicks Andrew, Hathaway & Luce's whf., " 
Howland George, Jr., and Matthew, 

North, near North Second, *• 
Jones Edward C, 2 Central wharf, " 
Knowles John P. 2d, Front, corner Com- 
mercial, " 
Knowles Thomas & Co., 24 Union, " 
Mandell Edward D., 29 North Front, 
POTTER WILLIAM F. &CO., Union, 

corner Front, " 

Snow Loum & Son, 29 North Front, " 

Swift & Allen, Taber's wharf, " 

Swift & Perry, North, near North Second, " 

Thacher & Co., Front, corner Centre, " 

Thornton John R., Seventh, cor. Spring, " 
Tucker J. F., 29 North Front, 

Watkins William, 13 Centre, " 
Wing J. & W. R. & Co., Union, 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Houghton George H., 47 Park, Attleboro 

Boyle Thomas, North Attleboro 

Crawford R., 26 Park, Attleboro | 

Shindler M. D., North Easton 

Barnes Thomas, 59 South Main, Fall River 

Bean Horace, 8 North Main, " 

EDDY G. M. & CO., 147 Union, New Bedford 

Edgarton W. J., Cummings' blk., William," 
GORDON ROBERT, 11 Third, {see adv. 
i>. 71), 

MILLINERS AND MILLINERY GOODS. 

Capron H. N. Miss, 7 No. Main, Attleboro 

Cooper John Mrs., North Main, " 

Foss P. & F. E. Misses, Wash, North Attleboro 
Whitman H. C. Mrs., Washington, " 

Waite A. C, North Easton 



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123 



Brownell William O., 12 Front, New Bedford 

Ballard Charles M., 49 and 51 So. Main, Fall River 
Chase O. D. Mrs., 19 South Main, 
Coffin H. B., 78 South Main, 
Francis L. P. D. Mrs., 87 North Main, 
Harris M. Mrs., 89 South Main, 
Kelley & Murphy, 21 South Main, 
McAdams Nellie' Miss, 29 South Main, 
Nooning Timothy, 69 South Main, 
Quinn S. A. Mrs., 197 Bedford, 
Rushton R. E., 66 North Main, 
Thompson L. C. Mrs., 154 North Main, 
Tuttle J. S. & A. F., 75 Pleasant, 
Brown Mary A. Miss, 118 Kempton, New Bedford 
CHURCH L. C. MRS., 6 Cheapside, 
Coffin H. B., 50 Purchase, cor. William, 
Delano R. M. Mrs., 13 Purchase, 
Leary J., 285 Purchase, 
Meader M. T. Mrs., 155 Union, 
Melling J. Miss, 212 Purchase, 
Nooning H. H. & Co., 2 1-2 and 4 Purchase, 
Nye L. J., 20 Cheapside, 
PACKARD LYDIAH. Mrs., 11 Cheap- 
side, (see adv. p. 87), 
Reynolds C. R. & Co., 13 Cheapside, 
West R. R. Mrs. 23 Cheapside, 
Trafton George, Mrs. Somerset 

Bright S. Mrs. & Co., 57 Main, Taunton 

Dean E. B. Mrs. 91 Main, 
Griffin Lizzie M. Miss, 109 Main, 
Hall N. W. Mrs. & Co. 47 Main, 
Luce D. W. & Co., cor. Main and Trescott, 
Manheim J. Mrs., 83 Main, 
Mulford H. C, 73 Main, 
McNamara C. Miss. 82 Main, 
Morey Samuel C, 71 Main, 
Perkins C, 53 Main, 
Shaw A. F. Mrs., 16 Main, 
Short J. H., 63 Main, 
Totten S. Mrs. & Co., 101 Main, 
Wills S. E. &Co., 58 Main, 



MOULDINGS. BRACKETS. &c. 
MAYNARD D. H. & CO., So. Pleasant, 



(see adv. index) , 



Attleboro 



124 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Borden P., Borden block, Fall River 

Lincoln, Kelley & Bennett, Borden blk., 

26 South Main, 
Boden E. Jr., 47 Purchase, New Bedford 

Church C. L., 164 Purchase, " 

Hopkins John, Purchase, cor. Union, " 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Virginia & Dubois, 21 Pleasant, Fall River 

Eaton Josiah, Jr., 147 Union, New Bedford 

NAILS, SPIKES, &c., (MANUFACTURERS.) 

King G. W. R., Raynham 

Mt. Hope Iron Co., Somerset 

Somerset Iron Co., " 

Crocker Brothers & Co., Taunton 
Field A. & Sons, 22 Spring, 
Old Colony Iron Co., Tremont, beyond 

Oakland, " 

Rounds L. A. & Co. " 

Taunton Tack Co., '* 

NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS. 
Sherman C. R., 49 North Water, New Bedford 

NAVAL STORES. 

Hart & Aken, 58 South Water, New Bedford 

KIRBY H. S., 8 Commercial, 

NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLISHERS. 

{Most of them have Job Pi'inting Offices.) 

Attleboro Advocate, (weekly), Pratt & 

Lowe, proprietors, Attleboro 

The Attleboro Chronicle, F. B. Greene 

& Co., proprs.. Wash., North Attleboro 

The Easton Journal, North Eastou 

Fall River Daily Herald Publishing Co., 

86 Pocasset, Fall River 

Fall River Labor Journal, H. Sevey, 

proprietor, " 

Fall River Monitor, W. S. Robertson, 

propr., 3 Pocasset block, (weekly), ♦« 

Fall River News, (daily), Almy, Milne 

& Co., publishers, News building, cor. 

Second and Pleasant, " 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 125 

Labor Times, (weekly), Fall River Daily 
Herald Pulishing Co., proprietors, 86 
Pocasset, Fall River 

LaRepublique, (weekly), H. Beaugrand, 

publisher, 5 Rock, " 

Mansfield News, T. S. Pratt, propr., Mansfield 

Evening Standard, (daily and weekly), 

Edmund Anthony & Sons, publishers, 

67 Union, New Bedford 

New Bedford Daily and Weekly Mercury, 
92 Union, " 

Radical Review, (quarterly), B. R. 
Tucker, publisher, Cummings' bldg., 
45 Purchase, " 

Republican Standard, (weekly), Eduaund 
Anthony & Sons, 67 Union, " 

Whalemen's Shipping List and Merchant's 
Transcript, E. P. Raymond, publisher, 
8 South Second, «' 

Bristol County Republican, Dawes, Wil- 
bur & Davol, publishers. Templar Hall 
building, Taunton 

Taunton Daily Gazette, Reed Bros., 

publishers, 7 Weir, " 

Union Gazette and Democrat, Reed 

Bros., publishers, 7 Weir, " 

NICKEL PLATERS. 

Rose E. F., North Dis^hton 

ACUSHNET NICKEL PLATING AND 
GILDING WORKS, H. W. K. Lucas, 
manager. Pleasant, corner Mechanic's 
lane, {see adv. p. 56), New Bedford 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

CSee Toion Registers for full list. ) 

Dasrgett John, North Attleboro 

POND, J. E. Jr., Bank building, 

Sandland Thomas G., " 

Shove George A., Dighton 

Bennett W. G., Durfee block, Fall River 

Blaisdell J. C, Borden block, " 

Borden Simeon, Highland Road, " 

Brayton John S., sec. G, Granite block, «' 

Brown Robert C, Fall River Iron Co. " 



126 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Notaries Public continued. 

Brown S. M., City Hall, Fall River 

Dubuque U. A., 46 Borden block, " 

Earl Benjamin, 7 Granite block, " 

Earl Henry H., 7 Granite block, " 

Holmes Charles J., 55 North Main, " 

Horton James M., Jr., sec. G, Granite bk., " 
Jennings A. J., sec. G, Granite block, " 

Lapham Louis, 13 Pocasset building, " 

Longley C. R., " 

Lovatt Benj. K., 21 Pleasant, " 

Rockett James F., " 

Swift M. G. B., Borden block, " 

Williams E., sec. A, Granite block, " 

Winslow B. F., sec. F, Granite block, " 

Clifford Walter, 35 North Water, New Bedford 

Cobb W. H., 35 North Water, 
Long G. R., 6 William, " 

MARSTON GEO., 35 North Water, 
TAYLOR W. H., 40 North Water, 
Fox William H. Jones' block, Taunton 

Fuller H. J., 7 and 9 Hotel building. 
Fuller VV. E., Probate office, 
Jackson E. T., Bristol County Bank building, 
Reed C. A., 3 Union block, 
Thomas S. M., 1 Hoye's block, 
Wilbur J. E., at Registry of Deeds, 
Williams G. Edgar, Court, opp. Court House, 
AVashburne C. G., East Taunton 

NOVELTIES. 

New Bedford Novelty Co., 9 Rodman, New Bedford 

NURSERYMEN, SEEDSMEN AND FLORISTS. 

Jillson David, South Atttleboro 

Crowell H. P., Main, Fairhaven 

Brown D. R., 48 North Main, Fall River 

Rogers & Davis, 81 Cherry, " 

Winter Wm. C, opp. depot, Mansfield 

Covell Benjamin B., Acushnet avenue. New Bedford 
McAfee John, 75 Union, " 

Pierce William, cor. Elm and Cottage, " 

Cutler George P., 43 City square, Taunton 

NUMBERS (PEW AND DOOR.) 
ROBBINS JOHN, 42 Kneeland {see 

adv. ojpp. title page), Boston 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



127 



JOSEPH WEBSTER, 

FILE MANUFACTURER 

COURT STREP]T, TAUNTON, MASS. 
All kinds of Piles and Rasps Re-cut and warranted equal to new. 

4®= Orders by express or otherwise promptly attended to. .=638' 

ALLEN & ROBINSON, 

Carpenters and Builders, 




LIONIIIID'S WHARF, 



ETS^ BEDFORD. 



Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 

21 SOUTH MAIN STREET, FALL RIVER, MASS. 

$^^^^^ Xjivcry Stable 

ALSO, PROPRIETOR OF 

WILBUR'S HALL, 

^? For Dances, Levees and Public Meetings, 




gS9=-fee; 



..f?----: 



HORSES k CARRIAGES FOR SALE. ^^^^^>%#^i.^i&3 
Cor, Fruit & Trescott Sts., T A tJ H T U 



Near Cit-^ Iiinsiiie l-Io^-\^^e. 



mh^WP -^^ 



ik' M k 



HUB CUTTER & DIE SINKER, 

Shop & Residence, East St., South Side of Germania Hall, 
Post Office Box 22. NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 

When required, Designs will be made to order. 



128 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




PASSENGER STATIONS. 

EXCHANGE PLACE, UNION DEPOT, 

■WORCESTER. 



PROVIDENCE. 



FREIGHT STATIONS. 

CANAL STREET, GREEN STREET, 



PROVIDENCE. 



WORCESTER. 



PASSENGER TRAINS 

Connect at Providence with Steamers to and from New Yorlj. Newport, and Rocky 

Point, with Trains of the Stonington Line, and Trains for New York, New 

Haven, Hartford, Providence and Springfield. Taunton and New 

Bedford, and Boston and Providence Railroad. 

At Watorford, with Trains of N. Y. & N. K. R. U., to and from Fr.anklin. Boston, Put- 
nam, Southbridge, Willimantic, New Haven, New York and Philadelphia. 

At Union Depot, Worcester, with Boston and Albany R. R., for Springfield, Albany, 

Troy, Saratoga, Buflalo and the West, with Worcester and Na^hua Train for 

Nashna, Concord, Plymonth, Littleton ai.d the White Mountains, with 

Boston, Barre & Gardner R. R., for Princeton, Gardner, Keene, 

BelloM's Falls, Hoosao Tunnel Line. Montreal, &c. 



Will be forwarded with promptness, making good connections with all the Steamers 
of the Providence and Stonington Line to and from New York, 
and with all the Railroads. 

THROUGH RATES TO ALL IMPORTANT POINTS. 



Hopkinton, Milford & Woonsocket R. R. 

(Leased by the Providence and Worcester R. R.) 

Two through Passenger and one Freight Train leave Ashland, connecting with the 
Boston and .\lbany R. R., from Boston, Worcester, &c., at Woonsocket, with Trains 
to and from Providence, Worcester, &c. 



WSI. S. sr.ATER, President, Providence, R. 
JOHN K. BALCII, Treasurer, " " 

WM. D. HILTON, Sup't, " " 



OFFICES: 

I. WM. M. DURFEE, Gen. Pass. Agent, Providenc?, R. I . 

J. E. BACON, Gen. Freight Agent, " 

A. E. QUACKENBOSS, Mast. Trans. Worcester, Mass. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 129 

OARS, HANDSPIKES AND LANCE POLES. 

KIRBY H. S., 8 Commercial wharf, 

cor. Front, New Bedford 

OCULIST AND AURIST. 
JOHNSON D. M., 13 Aiinawan, Fall River 

OIL CLOTH MANUFACTURERS. 
Taunton Oil Cloth Co., Oak, coi'. Wales, Taunton 

OIL MANUFACTURERS (FISH OIL). 

Fall River Oil and Guano Co., James H. 
Wilson, treasurer, Brightman's Cove, 
Taunton river. Fall River 

Thayer, Judd & Co., Rotch's wharf, New Bedford 
Cook Thomas W. & Co., Front, cor. 
School, " 

OIL MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS, (SPERM 

AND WHALE.) 

DUNHAM W. E., sec. C, Granite blk., 

{see adv. j). 63), Fall River 

BROWNELL J. W., Third, cor. Cannon, 

{see adv. p. 63), New Bedford 

BULLOCH A. & CO., 11 William, {see 

adv. ^.44), " 

Hastings & Co., Hastings' wharf, " 

Homer George S., 23 Centre, " 

Leonard Samuel & Co., Leonard's wharf, " 
Nye William F., South Pier, 
POTTER WILLIAM F. & CO., Union, 

corner Front, {see adv. p. 87), " 

Robinson W. A. & Co., 50 South Water, " 

OIL MERCHANTS. 

DUNHAM W. E., sec. C, Granite blk.. Fall River 
Frye G. W., 12 Third, 

Bourne Jonathan, Jr., Merrill's whf. , New Bedford 
BROWNELL J. W., corner Third and 

Cannon, {see adv. p. 63), " 
BULLOCH A. & CO., 11 William, {see 

adv. page 44), " 

Delano George & Co., South Third, " 

Gardner E. R. & Co., 9 Rodman, " 

Hastings & Co., foot of Grinnell, " 

Howland W., Fish Island, '< 



130 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Leonard Sam'l & Co., Leonard's whf., New Bedford 
Potter William F. & Co., Union, corner 

Front, '< 

Sisson O. A., 95 North Water, '* 

OIL AND CANDLES. 

BROWNELL J. W., (spermaceti and 
and plain candles), corner Third and 
Cannon, (see adv. page 63), New Bedford 

BULLOCH A. & CO., 11 William, (see 

adv. jJ. 44), '* 

Delano George & Co., South Third, *« 

Hastings & Co., foot of Grinuell, ** 

Thayer & Judd, Rotch's wharf, " 

OMNIBUS LINES. 

Ne^v Bedford and Fairhaven, R. A. Dun- 
ham & Co., 97 Main, Fairhaven 
Freelove J., City Hall and Flint Mills, Fall River 
Wilson J. H., Steep Brook and Globe 

Village, " 

OPTICIAN. 
Pitman Benjamin, 80 Union, New Bedford 

OYSTER DEALERS. 

Bartlett & Gifford, 13 North Second, New Bedford 
Clark & Howland, 238 Purchase, " 

Dean J. H., 13 North Second, " 

DOANE ELISHA, 17 City square, Taunton 

Mason F. E., 11 Main, ' " 

WILBER D. E., 6 Weir, (see adv. 
i^. 72), 

PAINTERS, CARRIAGE. 

Hazzard T. B., Orne, near East, North Attleboro 

Edwards M. F., High, Attleboro Falls 

Perry N. W., South Easton 

Brayton I., Pleasant, corner Fourth, Fall River 

Neal George A., 44 South Third, New Bedford 

Hazzard J. B., Mechanic's lane, " 

Gerrish C. H., 36 Weir, Taunton 

Rand Brothers, rear Broadway, " 

PAINTERS, HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO, AND 

PAPER HANGERS. 
Stearns L. V., Leroy, Attleboro 

Cornell D. B., Wash., cor. High, North Attleboro 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



131 



Draper T. W., Elm, 

Struck H. G. S., Back, 

Weston G. H., 9 Factory, 

Manley A., 

Smith *^M. S., 

Macomber B. F., 

Brown Thomas, 27 Pleasant, 

Bolger John E., 34 South Main, 

Bolger R. & J. T., 62 South Main, 

Crittenden J. H. & Son, 

Hoar George E., 18 Court square, 

Macomber P., North Main, 

Lane Willard, 

Stearns & Drake, Main, 

Wheeler Nathaniel J., 

Barrows, Lawton & Co 



North Attleboro 



South Dartmouth 

South Easton 
Fall River 

a 



Mansfield 



(( 



Hazard's wharf, 

New Bedford 
Bo wen George S., 104 Third, 
Caswell William H., 21 Union, 
Clark B., 157 Purchase, 
De Wolf James, 112 and 114 Third, 
Dunham W. L., 44 South Water, 
Gifford O. E., cor. School and So. Water, 
Hart & Akin, 9 North Water and 58 So. 

Water, 
Jenkins B. S., 93 Middle, 
Kempton Eben J., Middle, 
Lawrence Ephraim, Middle, 
Manchester A. P., 70 South Water, 
MAXFIELD WILLIAM, 25 Centre, 
Raleigh C. S., (marine painter), 
Russell & Co., 3 Fifth, 
Sowle, Blodgets & Chadwick, Rodman, 
West J. P., Purchase, 
Crane John H., - Norton 

HaggertyC, " 

Messenger James O., <' 

Crowell & Saverv, Second, Weir Village, Taunton 
DAVIS H. L. & CO., 34 Main and 43 

Water, (see adv. p. 80), " 

French John T., 25 Broadway, " 

Hay man William, Myrtle, " 

Mitchell Charles, Bay, " 

Nixon T. J., Court, " 

Quillan W., Cohannet, '< 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Painters and Paper Hangers continued. 

Stanley k Cumiino;ham, 40 Main, Taunton 

Watts George, 4 Cedar, " 

Watts William, Weir, 

WheatonH. W., Union, 

Wood Cornelius & Son, ^ Main, 

PAINTERS, ORNAMENTAL AND SIGN. 



Fall River 
New Bedford 



Norton 

Taunton 

East Taunton 



Chase J. B., 11 Rock, 
Peckhani R. G., 102 Pleasant, 
Hazzard J. B., Mechanics lane, 
Jenkins B. S., 93 Middle, 
Lawrence C. E., North Second, 
Manchester A. P., 70 South Water, 
MAXFIELD WILLIAM, 25 Centre, 
Robinson Ruel, 

Arlen & Davis, 1 Hoye's block, 
WOOD JESSE, 

PAINTERS, SHIP. 

Barrows, Lawton & Co., Hazard's whf. New Bedford 
Caswell William H., 21 Union, 
DUCHENAY F. D., North Water, {see 

adv. p. 44), 
Dunham W. L., 44 South Water, 
Gilford O. E., cor. School and So. Water, 
Hart& Akin, 9 North Water, 
Kempton E. J., cor. Front, and Middle, 
Manchester A. P., 70 South Water, 
MAXFIELD WILLIAM, 25 Centre, 

PAINT MANUFACTURERS. 

Cook Thomas W. & Co., corner School 

and Front, New Bedford 

PAINTS, OIL, BRUSHES AND GLASS. 

BURROUGH BROTHERS, R. R. ave., 

{see adv. index), Attleboro 

Cornell D. B., Washinofton, North Attleboro 

Bolger R, & J. T., 62 South Main, Fall River 

Brown Thomas, 27 Pleasant, " 

Dunham William E., sec. C, Granite blk., 
Morton A., 34 Second, 
Remington R. G., 39 Mill, 
SANFORD & COVEL, 71 Pleasant, 
Grouard J. E., 32 North Main, 






BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 133 

GIFFORD O. E., School, corner Water, 

New Bedford 
Jenkins Benjamin S.. 93 Middle, *' 

Kempton E. J., 4 Middle, " 

Lawrence Ephraim 2d, 85 Middle, *' 

MAXFIELD WILLIAM, 25 Centre, 
SOWLE F. A., Elm, corner No. Water, 

{see adv. hid. ), " 

DAVIS H. L. & CO., 43 West Water 

and 34 Main, {see adv. p. 80), Taunton 

WOOD JESSE, East Taunton 

PAPER BOX MAKERS 

Babcock H. S., Farmersville, Attleboro 

SCOTT A. J., East, near depot, {see 

adv. p. 47), North Attleboro 

Fraprie George W., 37 North Main, Fall River 

PAPER COP TUBES. 

Fraprie & Waters, 42 North Main, Fall River 

PAPER HANGERS. 

(See also Painters and Paper Hangers.) 

Andrews A., Washington, North Attleboro 

DUCHENAY F. D., No. Water, New Bedford 

LAWRENCE C. E., opp. Post Office, 

{see adv. p. 36), " 

PATTERN MAKERS. 

COLLINS & BOWIE, 90 So. Water, New Bedford 
Wilbur George E., 3 Third, Weir Village, Taunton 

PAWN SHOP. 
Cunninajham John, 76 Union, New Bedford 

PERIODICAL AND NEWSPAPER DEALERS. 

iSee also Booksellers, Stationers, ^c.) 

ELDREDGE S. H. JR., 31 and 33 Park, 

{see adv. index), Attleboro 

COLLINS T., Washington, North Attleboro 

Razee B. A. & Son, 1 Kendall's block, 

Washington, " 

Dews Edwin, 105 Union, New Bedford 

Hitch A. S., 77 Purchase, *' 

Case W. A., 212 J Purchase, " 

Warren A., South Third, " 

Cutler George P., 43 City square, Taunton 



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PETROLEUM. 

POTTER W. F. & CO., coiner Uniou 

and Front, (see adv. index), New Bedford 

PEW NUMBERS. 

ROBBINS JOHN, 42 Kneeland, (see 

adv. opp. title page), Boston 

PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTS. 

Caldwell W. H., 31 South Main, Fall River 

Doup;las Oscar F., 54 South Main, " 

Gay E. F., cor. Main and Borden, " 

Hill A. E., 37 North Main, 

Smith H. W., 5 South Main, 

Andrews F. W., 60 1-2 Purchase, 

Doane R. N. B., 30 Purchase, 

Hatch H. F., 64 Purchase, 

Knowles J. C, 8 J Purchase, 

Parlow G. F., 5 Purchase, 

Smith M., 134 1-2 Union, cor. Fourth, 

Taber Charles & Co., 6 North Water, 

White T. E. M., 142 1-2 Union, 

Rankin Alexander K.,62 Main, Taunton 

Woodward J. A., 48 Main, " 



New Bedford 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Burnham Josiah, Acushnet 

Bronson John R., corner North Main and 

County, Attleboro 

Burden F. L., Washington, 
Mackie George, 5 North Main, 
Mackie Laura G., 5 North Main, 
Sanford Edward, 3 Park, 
Solomon J. M., Maple, 
Bullard H. C, Grove, 
Foster J. W., Church, 
Hathaway S., 
Bartlett F. D., 
Gordon William A., 
Talbot Charles, 
Coggswell George B., 
Swan Jesse J., 
Tilden E. F., 
Randall Daniel M., 
Atwood George, 
Fairchild Isaac, 



North Attleboro 

Berkeley 
Dartmouth 

Dighton 

North Easton 



South Easton 
Fairhaven 



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135 



ST-^lSTLIilY BROS. 

MANTTPACTURERS OF 

Gold Stock -Plated Ghain, 

ATTLEBORO FALLS, MASS. 

New York Office, - - - 181 Broadway. 

S. STANLEY. B. STANLEY. 

GEO. A. ADAMS, 

itaxnq m)i Cmmsdior at Jato, 



JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 



ATTLTEBOHO, MiASS. 




S. H. ELDREDGE, Jr. 

Manufacturer of 

ICE CREAM, 

And Dealer in 

J NEWSPAPERS, PERIODICALS. 
FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY. &c. 

Choice Brands of Cigars & Tobacco 
a specialty. 

Nos. 31 & 33 Park Street, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



J. W. LUTHER & CO., 

LAPIDARIES, 

ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



JAMES W. LUTHER. 



JOHN W. LUTHER. 



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SHO^VV^ CA-SES 



J. 1. m 



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DEALERS IN 
AND MANUFACTURERS OF 



km €mtn, 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 




lo, i9 WasliiiigtoD Street 



Opposite Old South Church, 



A. E. HUGHES, 
J. A. HUGHES. 



BOSTON 



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137 



Physicians continued. 

Abbott J. H., 278 South Main, 
Aldrich James M., 77 North Main, 
Bates C. S. & M. E., 17 Annawan, 
Clark John L., 105 North Main, 
COPELAND C. W., 29 Rock, 
Davis R. T., High, 
Dodge L., corner Bedford and Main, 
DOBSON J., 11 Rock, 

Dinwooddie , Pleasant, 

Fairbanks Charles A., section G, Granite 
block. 



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Eddy George F., 24 Rock, 

Handy Benjamin J., 93 North Main, 

Jackson A. N., No. Main, Bowenville, 

Jackson J. H., 91 North Main, 

JOHNSON DANIEL M., 13 Annawan, 

Learned Eben T., 12 Franklin, 

Marissal Felix V., Lingane's blk.. So. Main, 

Moorehead R. G., 57 Second, 

Peckham A. C, 3 Troy bldg.. Pleasant, 

Redfearn Joseph, Jr., 15 Rock, 

Ryan T. P., 117 South Main, 

ROUDIEZ P. v., 39 Borden, 

Smith Isaac Jr. , 3 Troy building, Pleasant, 

Stevens W. B., sec. B, Granite block, 

StowT. D., 21 Borden, 

Sullivan A. J., Ill South Main, 

Terr}^ C. C, sec. B, Granite block, 

Tourtellot J. A., 145 South Main, 

Vanderburg Borden, 97 South Main, 

Whitaker J. B., 143 Second, 

Bump Thomas, 

Sproat H. H., Assonet, 

Allen William G., Main, 

Perry F. E., 

Wilson John B., Washington, 

Young D. S., 

Abbe E. P., 1 Ricketson's block, 

Babcock D. A., 181 Union, 

Burke Leander, Washburn, 

Channing Rhoda Miss, 40 Third, 

Cornish A., 64 Russell, cor. Sixth, 

Churbuck L. A. Miss., 85 Purchase, 

Clark H. B., 181 Union, 



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Physicians continued. 

D'Auray Joseph, 229 Purchase, 

Dunbar George H., 121 William, 

Gordon William A., 14 South Sixth, 

Hayes Stephen W., Purchase, 

Higgins A. M., 100 High, 

Hooper Frederick H., 150 County, 

Hough George T., 95 Elm, 

Rowland B. C, cor. William and Sixth, 

Jennings J. Henry, 50 William, 

Johnson Henry, 14 South Sixth, 

Leaminof Philip S., (electic), 56 Purchase, 

Lilley William, 77 Thomas, 

Mackie John H., 39 Purchase, 

Matthes G. Felix, (hom.). So. Sixth, 

Noble E. H., 115 Purchase, 

Pierce A. M., 1 Ricketson's block. 

Prescott Charles D., Eighth, cor. William, 

Reed R. G., 102 Purchase, 

Ricketson Arthur, 268 County, 

Sisson E. R,, (hom.), 15 Eighth, 

Spare John, 283 Purchase, 

Spencer Charles L., (hom.), 68 Purchase, 

Stickney Charles D., 148 1-2 Union, 

Swasey Charles L., 93 1-2 Middle, 

Sweet Job, (bone setter), 122 Kempton. 

Sweet William, (bone setter), Kempton, 

Tucker E. T., 142 1-2 Union, 

Vermyne J. J. B., 174 Main, 

Waite E. E., 107 William, 

Webster Joseph, Acushnet avenue, 

Wilder D., 102 Purchase, 

Chipman J. L., 

Randall G. H., 

Randall M. R., 

Morrill F. A., 

ShurtleffF. A., 

Andrews J. S., High, cor. Somerset ave., Taunton 

Barrows G. (hom.), 1 Summer, " 

Bassett Elton J., Cedar, '* 

Chace John B., 45 and 47 Broadway, 

Deane Asahel S., Cedar, 

Gage William H., at State Lunatic Asylum, 

Howe Charles, 29 Sumner, 

Hay ward J. W., (hom.), High, 



Norton 



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Hubbard Charles T., 8 Dean, Taunton 

Hubbard Simeon P., 14 Main, 

Moore F. D., Washington, 

Murphy Joseph, 58 School, 

Nichols W. J., Bay, Hopewell, 

Presbrey Silas D., Weir, corner Harrison. 

Ransom M. N., Pleasant, cor. Washington, 

Robinson W. S., Broadway, 

Swan Caleb, Main, 

Wood Alfred, Jones' block, Broadway, 

Kidder Luther D., Westport 

Parris John B., (horn.), " 

PIANO-FORTES, MELODEONS, ORGANS, ETC. 

(See also Music and Musical Instruments.) 

Arnzen W. N., 32 North Main, Fall River 
Greene C. S., 69 South Main, 

Boden E. Jr., 45 Purchase, New Bedford 

.Church Charles L., 7 Cheapside, " 

Hazeltine Charles, 65 William, •' 

Sweet A. W., 75 Main, Taunton 
Tinkham S. M. cfe Sons, 45 and 47 Main, 

PICKLES. 
W^ILBER D. E., 6 Weir, {see adv. p. 72), Taunton 

PICTURE DEALERS. 

(Hee Picture Frame Dealers and Manufacturer s.j 

Ellis Leonard B., 40 William, New Bedford 

Taber C. & Co., 6 North Water, 

PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURERS. 

Delano J. Jr., 44 Spring, Fairhaven 

Westgate J. C. & Son, 58 Second, Fall River 

Peirce B. W., 144 Union, New Bedford 

Gilmore William H., 40 Main, Taunton 

PICTURE FRAME DEALERS. 

Delano J. & J. R., head of Middle, Fairhaven 

Borden, Almy & Co., 43 South Main, Fall River 

Westijate J. C. & Son, 58 Second, " 

Ellis Leonard B., 36 and 40 William, New Bedford 
Pierce & Bushnell, 72, 74 and 76 North 

Water, " 

Stanley & Cunningham, 40 Main, Taunton 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



PILOTS. 

Cobb Benjamin, 
Brownell F. A., 15 Cottage, 
Cobb J. Q. A., 16 Chauncy, 
Manchester Ellery, 2d, 17 Chauucv, 
Sherman S. C, 1*63 Mill, 



Dighton 
New Bedford 



Attleboro 
Dighton 

Fall River 

Mansfield 



New Bedford 
Taunton 



PLANING MILLS. 

MAYNARD D. H. & CO., near T. B. 

R. R., (see adv index), 
BARNEY A. R., {see adv. p. 95), 
Mount Hope Planing and Moulding Mill, 

Rodman's wharf, 
SHERMAN E. C, Central, {see adv. 

page 39), 
BRIGGS C, City Planing Mill, Leonard's 

wharf 
Newcomb W. L. & Co., 68 Weir, 

PLUMBERS. 

BUSH WILLIAM R., 36 and 38 Pocasset, 

{see adv. p. 43), Fall River 

COOK & GREW, 44 Second, {see adv. 

Fall River Plumbing Co., 34 Second, " 

page 102), " 

Cragie A. 103 North Water, New Bedford 

GIFFORD & ALLEN, corner No. Front 
and Hazard's wharf, {see adv. p. ^^), " 

Gilford T. J. & Co., 32 William, 

White P., 25 North Third, 

Mathison J. D., 15 Broadway, Taunton 

Maher J., 20 Westminster, " 

POP CORN CAKE MANUFACTURERS. 

Burt & Evans, Berkeley 

PORK PACKERS AND DEALERS. 

Anthony D. M., 83 and 85 Davol, Fall River 

Wordell W. W., 10 and 12 Market, New Bedford 



POSTMASTERS. 

Clark Cvrus E., 

LUTHER N. C, 29 Park, 

Jones E. R., Kendall's bldg., Wash. 

Briggs Daniel S., 

Mason Francis W., 



Acushnet 

Attleboro 

No. Attleboro 

Berkeley 

Dartmouth 



Barker A. P., 



North Dartmouth 



REIVEOV^L! 




trfi! 




|ologm||$0, 



REMOVED TO HIS 



JV^jr AJV'D UZ^GAJVT STUDIO, 

•493 Washington Street, 



Between Temple Place and West St. 



BOSTON. 



Permanent Carbon Photographs made that will not spot or fade. Also, a new panel 
picture, different from anything ever before offered in Boston. 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

PURE COFFEE, SPICES, 

CREAM TARTAR. 

Yeast Powder, Bi. Carb. Soda, 

EXTRACTS OF JAMAICA GINGER, 
LEMON, PEPPERMINT, &c. 

No. 59 HIGH STREET, 

New Bedford, Mass. 





WILLIAM FINN, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

SHOW CASES. 




Desks and Oiiee Furniture. 

^ 

Slow Cases of all Hnfls anJ Desks 

MADE TO ORDER. 



-♦-♦-♦-♦-♦- 



ALSO, ALL KINDS OF 

Furniture from Designs, 

AND 

STORE FITTING AND FIXTURES 

DONE TO ORDER, 

ISTo. 57 CORNHILL, 

B o s T o isr. 



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141 



Sherman G. H., 

Whitmarsh William B., 

Almy Edward, 

Kimball John, 

Coggswell George B., 

Copeland George, 

Morton Charles H., 

Davis Richard, Jr., Long Plain, 

Greene C. W., 

Read W. D., Steep Rock, 

Johnson Daniel L., 

Washburn Ruel, 

Lovell S. C, 

Perry Albert, 



South Dartmouth 

Dighton 

North Dighton 

Easton 

North Easton 

South Easton 

Fairhaven 



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Freetown 

East Freetown 

Mansfield 

West Mansfield 



Coggshall Thomas, North Second, corner 



William, 
Bates Horatio, Barrowsville, 
Hodges Harriet Mrs., 
Lincoln Elmer, 
Robinson S. W., 
Marvel, J. C, 
Stevens F. W., 
Medbery A. N., 
Munroe Nathan, 
Davis N. S., 
Wood Henrv O., 
Mason William T., 
Burt George B., Myricksville, 
Fuller EliasE., 
Washburn C. G., 
Macomber John C, 
Shaw Benjamin T., Central Village, 
Macomber C. H., 
Gifi"ordL. W., 
Cory A. H., 



New Bedford 
Norton 

Raynham 

North Raynham 

Rehoboth 

North Rehoboth 

Seekonk 

South Seekonk 

Somerset 

Swansea 

North Swansea 

Taunton 

East Taunton 
Westport 

North Westport 
South Westport 
Westport Point 



POTTERY WORKS. 

Somerset Potters' Works, Somerset Centre 

POWDER, (GUN, &c.), DEALERS. 
EGGERS S., 6 William, (see adv. p. 143), 



Parker Frederick, 9 Purchase, 

PRINT CLOTHS. 
Gage P. J., Troy building, Pleasant, 



New Bedford 



Fall River 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



PEINTERS. 

PKATT & LOW, 45 Park, Attleboro 

Greene F. B. & Co., Wash, North Attleboro 

Almy, Milne & Co., 20 Market square, Fall River 
Fiske & Munroe, 5 Court square, " 

Franklin J. H. & Co., Richardson House, 

Main, " 

Anthon}^ Edmund & Sons, 67 Union, New Bedford 
Dammon H. F., 139 Purchase, " 

Knight C. W., North Second, opposite 

Post Office, 
Mercury Publishing Co., 92 Union, '* 

Tucker B. R., 6 and 7 Cummings' bldg., " 
WHEATON WALTER F., (steam), 18 

William, " 

Dawes, Wilbur & Davol, Templar Hall 

building, Taunton 

Buffingtou C. H., 7 Weir, 
Bradford J. E. & Co., 6 Cohannet, 
Hack C. A. & Son, 7 Union block, 
Reed Brothers, 7 Weir, 
Sampson J. S., 19 Weir, 

PRINT WORKS. 
American Print Works, Annawan, corner 



Water, 



Fall River 



PRODUCE DEALERS. 



(See Grocers and ProvisioJis, also Country Stores.) 

Blake L. R., rear 43 Park, Attleboro 

WILLIAMS E. S., Washington, North Attleboro 
Fisher E. L., cor Second and Pleasant, Fall River 
FROST & ISHERWOOD, 300 South 

Main, (see adv . page 4:8) , " 

Barrows J. N., 30 and 32 Union, New Bedford 

Cunningham W. H., 30 and 32 Union, 
Folger D. B. & Co., 116 and 118 Union, 
Flanders C. H., 22 Union, 
Gibbs L. H., 26 and 28 Union, 
GifFord F. Si, 3 Ricketson block, 
McAfee John, 75 Union, 
POTTER WILLIAM F. & CO., corner 

Union and Front, (see adv. p. 87), 
Wilbur L. C, 103 Union, 
Bliss S. P., 62 High, Taunton 



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143 




LXJJVrBER DEALER, 

And manufacturei- of GUTTERS, CONDUCTORS and MOULDINGS, wholesale and 
retail. Kiln-dried HARD PINE and SPRUCE FLOORING constantly on hand. Or- 
ders for dressed lumber filled at short notice. 

MiUs at Neponset, "Ward 16. 'Wharf, No. 470 Albany St., Boston. 

Address, UEFONSET. or 2 POST OFFICE SQUARE, BOSTON". 

STEAM BAKERY. 
M:. Kisher & Co. 

i Wholesale and' Retail Dealers in all kinds of 

BREAD, CRACKERS, 



CAKE 



AND 




PASTRir 




AT THE OLD STANDS, 

6 Court Street, and 50 North Main St., 
%#^^ FALL RIVER. 



Mason Fisher. 



Geo. a. Borden. 



MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

Guns, Pistols, Eifles, 

SPORTING AND FISHING 

APPARATUS, 

No 6 William Street, 

NEW BEDFORD. 

Guns Re-Stocked, and all kinds of In- 
struments made and repaired at short 
notice. Also, 

Agent forHazard's Powder. 

Powder of all grades of this manufacture for Lances, Sporting, Blasting and Ship- 
ping, for sale, wholesale and retail, at agency. 




144 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 





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Clothiers, 



Importers and Jobbers of Fine Woolen 
Goods, for Gentlemen's Wear. 



In presenting our advertisement to the notice of the public, this season, we take 
occasion to state the nature of our business and the principles on which it is conducted. 
We combine in one building the following branches ; — 

1. IMPORTING AND JOBBING. 

We import and sell at wholesale all the best makes of fine woolen goods, suitable 
for Merchant Tailors' use. 

Our importations of goods of this kind have probably been, during the last few 
years, larger than those of any other house in Boston. We have special advantages 
with some of the best European manufacturers, and have many desirable lines of goods 
made exclusively for ourselves. Our business in this department is with Merchant 
Tailors throughout the United Stales. 

Entrance for Wholesale Cloth Department, 

SI HAWLE^iT STREET. 

2. RETAIL READY-MADE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. 

Particular attention is paid to the quality of materials and work in our retail 
clothing stock. 

The greatest degree of care is exercised in the selection of cloths and trimmings, 
and all articles in this stock are made in our own workshops by hands kept constantly 
employed throughout the year, and from one year to another, so that we are enabled to 
offer in this department garments which are warranted far superior, in every respect, to 
much of the cheap clothing which is now being made to order at low prices. 

Notwithstanding the demand which has lately arisen for cheap 'goods, we are not 
willing to throw away the results of our twenty-five yeai-s' constant endeavors to obtain 
a reputation for producing GOOD CLOTHING, by taking up the manufacture of the 
kinds of goods just now in favor, on account of the extreme lowness of price. We are 
able to make as low prices as any house in the country for the qualitj- of goods which 
we manufacture, and we know them to be the cheapest in the long run. 

Entrance to Ketail Clothing Department, 

400 WASIIIIXGTOIV STREET. 

Branch of Retail Clothing Department, 

53 and 57 WESTMINSTER ST., PROVIDENCE, E. I. 
3. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. 

In this department we aim to produce the choicest work possible, using only the 
best fabrics of the first European and American manufacturers. 
Prices as low as can be made for first-class work. 

Entrance to Custom Department, 

400 WASMIIVOTOIV SXR^EET. 

4. FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT. 

Orders are here taken for making best shirts to measure, and in stock may always 
be found the finer grades of gentlemen's Underwear, Gloves, Collars, &c., &c. 

Entrance to Furnishing Goods Department, 

400 WASHINOTOnV STREET. 

In conclusion we would say that if any article sold by us, happens to be defective in 
any respect, the purchaser may be assured that it is the result of accident or mistake, 
which will be rectified by us to the fullest extent. 

Terms Cash. One Price Only. 

Macullar, Williams, & Parker, 

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PROPELLER AND STEAMBOAT LINE. 

NEW BEDFORD AND NEW YORK 
PROPELLER LINE, F. H. Forbes, 
agent and treasurer, 6 Commercial 
wharf, (see adv. index), New Bedford 

PROVISIONS, (DEALERS.) 

( See Butchers, Grocei's, ^c.j 

Cheever W. H. & Co., Washington, Attleboro 

Cole S., 11 North Main, " " 

Goff William H., 12 Bank, 
Shaw & Wotherell, 14 Railroad avenue, " 

WILLIAMS E. S., Washington, opp. 

Fisher, {see adv. index), '* 

Peck J. H., Washington, near Church, 

North Attleboro 
SHERMAN G. H., South Dartmouth 

Carr Charles, North Easton 

Fleming James, " 

Goward J. F., Main, " 

MillettJ., Fairhaven 

Whiting E. S.. 

Anthony D. M., 47 and 49 Davol. Fall River 

Anthony E. F. & Co., 79 and 81 No. Main, " 
Bagshaw H,, 30 Second, " 

Bennet C, 63 Second, " 

Brownell I. S., 57 Second, " 

Bnrr James W., Oak, 
Clough k Anthony, 20 Second, 
Cuttle J. S., 49 Rodman, " 

Davis A. J. & Brother, 24 Pleasant, " 

Davis & Fish, 39 N(»rth Main, 
FANTON T., 276 South Main, 
FROST & ISHERWOOD, 300 South 

Main, {see adv. p. 48). " 

HOWARD O. H. P., 180 Second, {see 

adv. p. 39), " 

Greonhaigh & Mitchell, 279 Pleasant, 
Keith J., 26 Second, 

Lord George, 12 Orauije, " 

Murphy T. C, 45 and 49 Eighth, 
Murphy E., 112 Pleasant, 
PELLETIER J., 104 Bedford, {see adv. 

page 23), 
Pool William, 9 Orange, " 



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Freetown 



Mansfield 



New Bedford 



SHERMAN & BATTEY, 82 So. Main, Fall River 

O'HEARN JAMES, 106 South Main, 

{see adv. p. 31), *' 

TobiuP., 65Third, 

Tripp & Place, 14 Second, " 

Whitehead Edmund, 102 South Main, 

Sisson C. H. D., 

CLARK & SEGUR, Chauncy, (see adv. 
page 40), 

Paine & Sherman, Main, 

Adams E. C. & Son, 60 Spruce, 

Almy A. A., Hillman, cor. Cedar, 

Ashley & Smith, 347 Purchase, 

Bliss F. C, So. Sixth, cor. Grinnell, 

Braley J. W., 214 County, 

Brown L. B., 175 Kempton, 

Brownell & Lapham, Market, 

Bryant & Pierce, 174 County, 

Burgess J. H., 70 William, 

Central Union Association, 5 No. Sixth, 

Chace A. M., cor. Sixth and Elm, 

Clare John, 221 South Water, 

D wight James E., 60 South Second, 

Dyer J. E., cor. Cannon and Third, 

Gifford & Barker, 8 Market, 

Covell & Ashley, 117 Purchase, 

Handy Nye, 101 1-2 Purchase, 

Holcomb H., 71 So. Second, cor. Bush, 

Holcomb Munroe, 201 South Water, 

Holcomb Roland, 32 School, cor. South 
Second, 

HOWL AND & SMITH, corner Cheap- 
side and Market, (see adv. p. 102), 

Howland C. H., 84 Prospect, 

Lawton R. S., 185 and 187 Purchase, 

Luce W. T., 172 County, 

LUTHER H. R., 144 Purchase, (see 
adv. p. 32), 

Macomber George B., 305 Purchase, 

Milliken E. & Son, 243 Purchase, 

Mills James, 9 North Sixth, 

NYE S. G., 35 Union, 

Perry Samuel S., 100 Purchase, 

POTTER WILLIAM F. & CO., Front, 
corner Union, {see adv. p. 87), 



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Pr^ovisions {Dealers) continued. 

Scribner & Tripp, Bedford, cor. County, N. Bedford 

Snow Sylvester, 58 County, 

Stanton A. G. & Co., 137 Third, 

Tucker & Cummings, QQ and 68 William, 

Vieera & Souza, 21 Rowland, 

Wilson L. A., 92 Third, 

WILLISTON L. A., 92 So. Third, 

Wood C. H., 78 Purchase, 

KEEDB. T., Somerset 

ALBRO JAMES D., Bay, Hopewell, Taunton 

McKEON & KELLEY, 13 Broadway, 

{see adv. p. 23), 
Lincoln P., 24 Weir, 
Packard A. O., 25 Cohannet, 
Potter J. H., 54 High, 
Robinson N. G., 52^High, 
White A. & Co., 8 City square, 
White William L. & Co., 59 West Water, 
Wilmarth L. J. & Brother, 52 City square. " 

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOBS. 

Barney E. L., 17 1-2 North Water, New Bedford 
Cobb "W. H., 35 North Water, 

PUMP MAKERS. 

Coggshall C. W. , Merrill's wharf. New Bedford 

Swan W. D., 20 South Front, " 

Swift T. W., 17 North Front, 

Swift W., 18 North Front, 

Taber Joseph, 13 North Front. " 

Huntley G. R., 17 and 19 Washington, Taunton 

RAILROAD CHECKS. 

ROBBINS JOHN, 42 Kneeland, {see adv. 

op]), title page), Boston 



Attleboro 



RAILROAD STATIONS AND STATION AGENTS. 

Boston & Providence Station, Park, J. 

O. Mo wry, agent. 
Taunton & Attleboro Branch Station, .F. 

O. Mo wry, agent, 
North Attleboro Branch Station, J. O. 

Mo wry, agent, 
Attleboro Falls Station, H. W. Gleason, 

agent, 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 149 

Whitmarsh William G., O. C. R. K., Dighton 

Talbott E. A., O. C. R. R., North Dighton 

Daily Daniel M., O. C. R. R., Easton 

Woodman W. H., O. C. R. R., North Easton 

Old Colony Station, Turner, corner Old 

Colony avenue, Bowenville, Fall River 

Fall River Station, Ferry, " 

Fall River Station, Steamboat wharf, " 

Fall River Station, Eight-rod way, " 

Station at Junction, F. Paine, agent, Mansfield 

Boston, Clinton, Fitchburg and New 

Bedford R. R. Station, Pearl, New Bedford 

Thrasher W. E., O. C. R. R. Station, Somerset 

Old Colony R. R. Station, Weir Junction, Taunton 
Old Colony Railroad Station, R. R. ave., 

corner Dean, " 

Taunton Branch R. R. Station, Weir junction, " 
High Street Station, T. B. R. R., «« 

BEADING ROOMS. 

(See also Libraries.) 

North Easton Reading Room and Library, 

North Easton 
Public Library, City Hall, Market sq.. Fall River 
Marine Free Reading Room, for seamen. 

Bethel, New Bedford 

Merchants' Exchange Reading Room, No. 

Second, corner William, " 

Public Library Reading Room, Broadway, 

near Leonard, Taunton 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS- 

Greene & Son, 33 Bedford, Fall River 

Tuttle, Milne & Co., Borden block, " 

Bourne George A. & Son, 27 North Water, 

New Bedford 
Cook T. D., 19 North Water, *« 

Tappan F. W., 22 North Water, " 

Tripp Thomas B., 57 County, " 

Babbit George H. J., Main, Taunton 

Falvey T. O., 19 Cohannet, <« 

REAL ESTATE BROKER. 
DAGGETT H. M. JR., 45 Park, Attleboro 



150 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

BEED AND HARNESS MAKERS. 

Carter J. A., Pleasant, Fall River 
Gowdey J. & Son, 32 Market square, " 

Keudrick Loom Harness Co., 42 and 44 

Pocasset, " 

Nichols John F., 90 Pocasset, '* 

REGISTER IN BANKRUPTCY. 

Knowlton H. M., First Congressional 
District, including Bristol County, No. 
Water, New Bedford 

REFINERS OP GOLD AND SILVER. 

SHERMAN C. E. W. & SON, Elm, near 

A. B. R. R., (see adv. index). North Attleboro 

REFRIGERATORS. 

BOSWORTH W. & SON, 92 North Front, 

New Bedford 
Sowle F. A., 77 to 81 North Water, 

REPAIR (MACHINE) SHOP. 
Morrill L. H., 87 Middle, New Bedford 

RESTAURANTS. 

(See Eating Houses.) 

Niles William B., 46 North Main, Fall River 

REEVE N. L., 4 and 6 South Water, New Bedford 

RIGGERS. 

Cannon & Curtis, Commercial block. New Bedford 
Matthews John, foot of Middle, «« 

Searell C, Merrill's wharf, *« 

ROLLING MILLS. 

Gosnold Mills, J. H. Cornell, president 

and treasurer, 198 North Third, New Bedford 

ROLL COVERERS. 

Nichols John F., 90 Pocasset, Fall River 

Case Pardon P., Washington, Taunton 

ROLL COVERERS' STOCK AND TOOLS. 

BUTLER, BROWN & CO., 34 and 35 
Exchange place {see adv. front colored 
leaf)^ Providence, R. I. 



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151 



PROVIDENCE. 



PHOTOGRAPHER, 

Has now taken the commodious rooms, 

ISTo. 202 "Westminster Street, 

Where he is prepared to attend to 

PHOTOGRAPHY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



Pictures in all Styles and at all Prices. 



OOME IN AND SEE. 



202 WESTMINSTER STREET, 

UP ONLY ONE FLIGHT. 

Morning Light best for Children. 




(Successor to Emerson, Tower & Son) , Manufacturer of 

FIHE-ESCAPE BALCONIES, 

Wrought and Cast-iron Fences, 

'Ra.ilin^s, Doors, aud Sliixtters, 

Cor. Page and Friendship Sts., - Providence, R. I. 

ktes' Well Gurb, 

MANUFACTURED BY 

J. H. BATES, 

170 and 176 Dyer Street, 

I»ROVir>EIVCE, R,. I. 

Orders by mail promptly attended to. Send 
for Price List. 




152 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



a. W. WHEELEi & m,, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Bedding of all Kinds, 



Hair Mattresses, 

Feather and Wool Beds, 

Comfortables, Quilts, Sheets, Blankets, 

Husks, Palm -Leaf, Excelsior, 

Moss, Tow. 



PEW CUSHIONS MADE TO ORDER. 



No. 126 Hanover St., 



Third door from Washington ? RONTON 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 153 

ROOFING, TIN. 

Franklin J. N. & Co., 4 Kendall's block, 

Washington, North Attleboro 

RUBBER BELTING. 

BUTLER, BROWN & CO., 34 and 35 
Exchange place, (see adv. front colored 
leaf), Providence, R. I. 

RUBBER HOSE. 

BUTLER, BROWN & CO., 34 and 35 
Exchange place, (see adv. front colored 
leaf), Providence, R. I. 

SADDLE MAKERS. 

{See Harness Makers.) 

MINEUR G., 263 Pleasant, (see adv. 
jD. 24), Fall River 

SAIL MAKERS. 

Almy Job, 11 Middle, • New Bedford 

Chapman John H., 122 North Second, " 
Chapman & Shurtleif, foot of Union, cor. 

Front, " 

Hitch Edward, Merrill's wharf, *' 

Hart T. M., 33 Commercial wharf, «• 
Hitch J. C, Taber's wharf, corner North 

Front, " 

Baker B. H., East Water, Tannton 

SALOONS. 

CSee Eati7ig Houses.) 

Campbell T. J., 119 Sonth Main, Fall River 

SASHES, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

(See Boots f Sashes and Blinds.) 

Gelinas & Chappell, Maynard's Mills, Attleboro 

Croacher T. . New Bedford 

BOSWORTH W. & SON, No. Front, New Bedford 
Doull James, School, corner Front, " 

SOWLE F. A., corner Elm and North 
Water, {see adv . index) , " 

SAW FILERS. 

Millerd V., 71 Second, Fall River 

Sylvester C, 65Second, ** 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 

(See Banks.) 

SAW MILLS. 

MAYNARD D. H. & CO., Maynard's 

Mill, (see adv. index), 
Hawes S. & Son, 
Allen G. S., 
Gurney J. R., 
Rounseville M. M., 
FLINT B. K., 
Lane C, 
Tracy J. R., 
Wilber Melvin, 
WilberO. S., 

Williams George, East Taunton, 
Williams Martin G., 
Newcomb W. L. & Co., Weir, 
Sproat James H., East Water, 
CrawC. N., 
Sisson A.!>Z., 



Attleboro 

Dartmouth 

Freetown 

East Freetown 

Mansfield 

Norton 

Raynham 

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Taunton 
Westport 



SCULPTOR. 

Ricketsou Walton, 142 1-2 Union, 

SEAMEN'S OUTFITS. 

Brightman L. & Co., 15 So. Water, 
Doane & Co., 55 Union, 
Svlvia A. L., 159 South Water, 
Thomas Antone, 111 South Water, 
Tucker William Jr., (wholesale). 
North Water, 



New Bedford 

New Bedford 
( . 

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21 



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SEA SHELLS, CORALS, ETC. 

Nickerson George Y., 36 William, New Bedford 



SEEDSMEN. 

(See Nurserymen, Seedsmen and Florists.) 

SANFORD & COVEL, 71 Pleasant, 

SEMINARY. 

(See Teachers.^ 

Wheaton Female Seminary, 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Ballon H. A., 83 South Main, 
Carleton H. W., (Weed), 69 So. Main, 



Fall River 



Norton 



Fall River 



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155 



Cook M. S., (Wheeler & Wilson), 13 

Borden block, Fall River 

Langford J., (Howe), Troy building " 

Lincoln William B., (Domestic), 6 Main, " 

Morton J. A., 2 Cheapside, " 

Chase E. B., 5 Cheapside, New Bedford 

Eddy Job A. T., 9 1-2 Purchase, 
GARNETT J. H., (Singer), 15 Pur- 
chase, {see adv. p. 40), " 
Mann H. S., 81 Purchase, " 
KENT A. G., (Singer), 58 Main, {see 

adv. index), Taunton 

SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER. 

Paine Rufus J., Mansfield 

Maun H. S., 81 Purchase, New Bedford 

SHERIFF. 
Wright A. R., Sheriff of Bristol County, Fall River 



SHINGLE MILLS. 

Rounseville M. M., 
Wilson J. D. 

SHIP AGENTS. 



Freetown 



15 Hamilton, 



Hawes Brothers, 

Brownell William O 

Brownell O., Front, 

Bourne J., Merrill's wharf. 

ClayH., 166 Grinnell, 

Church W. N., Union, 

Cummings Benj. T., Taber's wharf, 

Hicks J., Merrill's wharf, 

Hitch J. C, 17 North Front, 

Lewis M., 13 Hamilton, 

Howland G. & M., North ^Second, 

Knowles John P. 2d, Front, c. Commercial, 

Knowles Thomas & Co., 42 Union, 

corner Front, and 6 and 8 South Front, 

McCullough J., 19 Front, 

Phillips W. & Son, foot of Middle. 

Richardson J. T., South Water, 

Smith A. P., 104 Union, 

Snow L. &, Son, Front, 

Swift & Allen, Taber's wharf. 

Swift & Perry, North Second, 



Dartmouth 
New Bedford 



156 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Ship Agents continued. 

Taber, Gordon & Co., Central wharf, New Bedford 
Tucker J. F. & Co., Front, 
Watkins William, 13 Centre, 



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SHIP BROKER. 
CODD T. A., 18 South Water, New Bedford 

SHIP BUILDERS AND SHIPWRIGHTS. 
Bealkev A., Slade's wharf, Fall River 



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Terry Joseph C, Rodman's wharf, 

Edwards Wm. L., Commercial whf.. New Bedford 
Howland J. W., City wharf, " 

Lombard H. H., Commercial wharf, " 

SHIP CARPENTERS. 

Chaney Ephraim, Rodman's wharf. New Bedford 

Chase Abraham, North Water, 

Dammon Samuel, 

Edwards & Soule, Front, 

Howland John, City wharf, 

Mashow John, 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND GROCERS. 

Nickerson B. & Son, Water, cor. Central, Fall River 
Brownell W. O., Front, cor. Centre, New Bedford 
GIBBS L. H., 26 Union, 
KIRBY H. S., 8 Commercial wharf, cor. 

Front, «' 

KNOWLES THOMAS & CO., 24 Union, '' 

SHIP JOINER. 

(iSee also Shipwrights.) 

Brown Benjamin C, 201 North Water, New Bedford 

SHIPPING MERCHANTS. 

(See also Merchants.) 

Dammon S., North, New Bedford 

Hicks J., Merrill's wharf, " 

Wests. N., 104 Union, 
Taber, Read & Gardner, Union, k^kjiuqy 
North Third, " 

SHIPSMITHS. 

{See Blacksmiths.) 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTOKY. 157 

SHIP STORES. 

GIBBS L. H., 26 Union, {see adv. 

index). New Bedford 

Nye S. G., 31 Union, 

Leeds, Robinson &Co., Raynham 

REED B. T., Somerset 

SHIRT-FRONT MANUFACTORY. 

Denham T. M. & Brothers, Third, near 

William, New Bedford 

SHOE NAIL MANUFACTURERS. 

Field A. & Sons, 22 Spring, Taunton 

Taunton Tack Co., " 

SHOVEL AND SPADE MANUFACTURERS. 

AMES OLIVER & SONS CORPORA- 
TION, North Easton 
Old Colony Iron Co., East Taunton 

SHUTTLE IRONS. 

Richardson O. P., Union, Attleboro 

SHUTTLE MANUFACTURERS. 

Blackington W. & Sons, North Main, Attleboro 

Ide & Bottoraly, Union, ** 

SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE. 

BURROUGH BROTHERS, 1 R. R. avenue, 

Attleb(>ro 
Baxter John, 10 Park, " 

SILVER PLATED WARE MANUFACTURERS. 

Eldridge & Co.. Whittenton Station, Taunton 

REED & BARTON, Britanniaville, 

SMALL BEER MANUFACTURERS. 

Healey T. J., 308 So. Main, Fall River 

WHEATON H., 51 & 53 So. Water, New Bedford 

SOAP MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS. 

Cobb J. W., Mansfield 

Sweet L. H., School, , " 

BROWNELL J. W., cor. Third and 

Q&wi\o\-\,{see adv. p. 63), New Bedford 

BULLOCH ANDREW & CO., 11 Wil- 
liam, {see adv. p. 44), " 



158 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Soap Manufacturers and Dealers continued. 

Butler & Dehuio, 106 South Third, New Bedford 
Cunningham Daniel P., 153 Grinnell, 
Ellenwood Geo. W., 18 South Third, 
Freeman M. L., ^'o Prospect, 
Hersom & Bryant, 100 North Water, 
Whittemore Mary F., 14 South Second, 

SODA AND MINERAL WATER MANUFAC- 
TURERS. 

Brownell C. F., 180 County, New Bedford 

WHEATON HIRAM, 51 and 53 South 
Water, " 

SPAR MAKERS. 

Beetle Rudolphus, North Water, New Bedford 
Johnson & Kirby, Merrill's wharf, " 

Ryder & Smith, 52 North Water, «* 

Smith & Allen, foot of Walnut, ** 

SPINDLE MANUFACTURER. 
Burkenhead J., Mansfield 

SPOON AND PORK MANUFACTURERS. 
REED & BARTON, Britanniaville, Taunton 

SPOOLS AND BOBBINS. 

Fall River Spool and Bobbin Co., Fall River 

STABLES, LIVERY, SALE AND BOARDING. 

Bullock J. D., Bank, corner Park, Attleboro 

Capron D. H., 17 Park, 

MASON G. A., Common, (see adv. 

page 79), " 

Whiting J., Union, " 

Darling E. R., Elm, North Attleboro 

Welsh John, Division, " 

Dunham Rufus A. & Co., 97 Main, Fairhaven 

Cole M. A., 5 Fourth, Fall River 

Dunmore Thomas, Granite, 
Hay den & Coggswell, Morgan, 
Jeff W., Second, 
Kirby Charles S., '14 Rock, 
Kirby E., 10 Third, 
Law Nathan, 143 Second, 
Murphy T. B., 141 Second, 
Packard W., Borden, 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



159 



Quinn, Woodland & Co., 148 Second, 
Stone W. N., Main, 
Whitehead Edward, 101 Second, 
Hathaway S. C, Assonet, 
Johnson D. L., Assonet, 
Washburn Ruel, 
Wheeler G. L., Main, 
Brownell H. M., 62 Elm, 
Brownell P., 24 South Second, 
Clark W. F., 19 Fourth, 
Cook John S., 8 to 14 Fourth, 
Cornell R. S., South Sixth, 
Cornell R. H., County, 
Dwelly Andrew, 248 Purchase, 
Greene Clark, 9 Sprinpf, 
Hathaway A. E., Mechanics' lane. 
Jay James A., 13 South Second, 
Perry Salmon F. & Son, 50 Elm, 
Richards W. G., 20 South Second, 
Sherman W. H., 24 Fourth, 
Snow George, 188 County, 
Whitino: J., 71 Fourth, 
Burke William, Bay, 
Cavanauiih M., Main, 
Church & Burt, Cohannet, 
Harrub G., Broadway, 
Presbrev A., Cohannet. 
Wilde W. L., 1, 3 and 5 Howard, 
Wilbur G. L., rear Union block, 
WILBUR A. F., corner Fruit and Tres- 
cott, {see adv. p. 127), 

STAIR BUILDERS. 

Braley W. J., 87 Pleasant, 
Davidson J. G., Fourth, ^ 



Fall River 
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Freetown 

East Freetown 

Mansfield 

New Bedford 



Taunton 



(( 



(< 



Fall River 



Brightman J. N. , Water, 



New Bedford 



STAMPER, EMBROIDERY. 
Giflford Perry, 57 J South Main, Fall River 

STATIONERS. 

CSee Booksellers and Stationers.) 

BAXTER JOHN, 10 Park, {see adv. 

pagebb), Attloboro 

COLLINS T., Washington, North Attleburo 

Razee B. A. & Sou, Washington, " 



160 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Stationers continued. 

Earl Benjamin & Son, 7 Granite block, Fall River 
Stearns W. L,, Main, Mansfield 

Case W. A., 212 Purchase, New Bedford 

Dews Edwin, 107 Main, " 

HUTCHINSON S., 142 Union, , 

STAVE DRESSERS. 

Hayes & Co., 143 North Water, New Bedford 

Stnrtevant & Sherman, 132 No. Water, " 

STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS. 

Cruickshank George M. & Co., 276 Dyer, 

Providence, R. I. 

STEAM AND PIPE FITTERS. 

BUSH WM.R., 36 and 38Tocasset, {see 

adv. p. 40), Fall River 

CLARY M,, 52 Columbia, [see adv. 
p. 140), 

RIDGWAY J., 78 Pocasset, {see advt. 

V' 23), 
Fall River Steam and Gas Pipe Co., 93 

Pleasant, " 

WOLFENDALE WM., 76 Second, 

{see adv. p. 64), " 

Sherman Jireh, 24 William, New Bedford 

Cooper L. W., 21 Cohannet, Taunton 

STEAM PUMPS. 

RIDGWAY J., 78 Pocasset, (see adv. 

p. 64). Fall River 

WOLFENDALE WM., 76 Second, 

STEAM SHIP AGENCY. 

HATCH & CO., 5 Ricketson's block. 

Union, {see adv. index), New Bedford 

STEAM SHIP COMPANY. 

NEW BEDFORD AND NEW YORK 
STEAMSHIP CO., 6 Commercial 
wharf, {see adv. ind.), New Bedford 

STENCILS. 

Bradford J. E., 6 Cohannet, Taunton 



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161 



STONE CUTTERS AND DEALERS. 

Home Bros., opp. South Main, corner 



Attleboro 
New Bedford 



n 



Capron, 
Doran William, 20 North Second, 
Drew P. F., North, near County, 
Manchester Otis, County avenue, 
Munroe J. P. G., 4 West Campbell, " 

Richardson George W., City wharf, " 

STONE WARE MANUFACTURERS. 

CSee Pottery.) 

STOVES, RANGES AND TINWARE. 

(See also Tinsmiths.) 

Page J. H., Acushnet 

Leach Henry L., corner Park and Bank, Attleboro 
Luce S. K., 21 R. R. avenue, " 

FRANKLIN J. N., Washington, North Attleboro 
Hall William M., Washington, 
Christmas Charles & Son, 135 and 137 

So, Main, cor. Columbia, Fall River 

COOK & GREW, 44 Second, (see adv. 

j9. 102), 
Downs J. A., CyQ Rodman, " 

Fry &, Estes, 79 Bedfcnxl, " 

McCloskev Charles J., 31 Pleasant, '♦ 

Nichols & Co., 83 Bedford, 
No well J. P., 35 North Main, " 

Caswell J, P,, 84 Purchase, New Bedford 

Clifton J. W., 206 Purchase, 
Dexter Benjamin F., 125 1-2 Purchase, 
Harrington J. H., 303 Purchase, 
Hatch George E., 158 Purchase, 
HAYDEN & CROSSMAN, Third, cor. 

Bedford, {see adv. 2^- 36), 
Lewis Nathan, 127 Union, 
Parker & Sherman, cor. Union and Water, 
Sawyer S. P., 82 Purchase, 
SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO., 9 

North Third and 123 Union, {see adv. 

index) , 
Tobey & Coggeshall, 16 William, 
Tripp Stephen A., 18 North Water, 
Wood, Brightman & Co., 45 No. AVater, 
Manchester William A., Somerset 

Babbitt Jerome, 64 Weir, Taunton 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Stoves, Ranges and Tinivare continued. 

Briggs J. B., 42 Main, Taunton 

Brownell A. C, 30 Main, 

Cox & Warden, 56 Main, 

Hoard N. S., 29 and 31 Union, 

Hutchinson William, 16 Main, " 

Martin M., West Water, " 

WEST L. B. & CO., 24 Winthrop, 

STOVE MA.NUPACTURERS. 
Leonard L. M., Wales, Taunton 

Thomas O. G., West Water, 
Taunton Iron Works Co., West Water, 

cor. Fifth, Weir Village, 
Union Furnace Co., Third, near West 

Water, 

STOVE LINING MANUFACTURERS. 
Dighton Stove Lining Co , Dighton 

Presbrey Stove Lining Co., lower end 

Bow, Taunton 

Taunton Stove Lining Co., " 

Williams John R., W. Water, Weir Village, " 



STUCCO WORKER. 



Delano George, 6 Fifth, 



New Bedford 



SURVEYORS. 

(.See Civil Engineers and Surveyors.) 

Capron J. W., South Main, 

Wheeler G. B., Mt. Vernon, corner Mt. 



Attleboro 



Pleasant, 



New Bedford 



Montgomery John F., Bristol County 
Bank building, 

SWIVEL MANUFACTURER. 

MACDONALD R. B., (plated). Steam 
Power building, near depot, see adv. 
page 35), 

TACK MANUFACTURERS. 

American Tack Co., 
Davis N. R. & Co., Asonnet, 
Leeds, Robinson & Co., 
Anthony & Cushman, Mechanic, 
Field A. & Sons, 22 Spring, 
Taunton Tack Co., T. J. Lothrop, agent, 
26 Union, 



Taunton 



Attleboro 

Fairhaven 

Freetown 

Ray n ham 

Taunton 



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163 



TAGS, METAL, (Railroad and Hotel.) 



ROBBINS JOHN, 42 Kneelaiid, (see 
adv. opp. title page), 

TAILORS, MERCHANT. 

Crawford Richard, 26 Park, 

Houghton George H., 47 Park, 

Albro J. G., Washington, 

Barnes Thomas, 59 South Main, 

Bean Horace, 38 North Main, 

Bishop J. A., 64 South Main, 

Boone J. H., Borden block, 24 So. Main, 

Cameron R., sec. F, Granite block, 

Chisholm A., 42 North Main, 

Dahill T., 5 Spring, 

DahillM. J., 55 Pleasant, 

Fisher G. B,, 53 North Main, 

Frank Charles, 12 North Main, 

Marsden J., 161 South Main, 

Munroe J., 22 North Main, 

O'Malley E., 21 Bedford, 

Simmons & Allen, over National Union 

Bank, Main, 
Wilbur & Hall, Borden block, 
Fox John, Main, 
Alberton R., 25 Purchase, 
Allen & Hunt, 96 Union, 
Bach G., 106 South Water, 
Carpenter A. H. W., 141 Union, 
D'Orsey J. F., 162 Purchase, 
Eddy George M. & Co., 147 1-2 Union, 
Edgerton W. J., Cummings' building, 

William, 
Frey C, 64 Purchase, 
Giflord N. T. & Co., 113 Union, 
GORDON ROBERT, 11 North Third, 
Howland D. W., 45 William, 
Kenney Daniel, 83 1-2 Union, 
Richmond Joshua & Son, 81 North Water, 
Ryder E. F., William, 
Spooner S. C, 26 Purchase, 
Sylvester W. C, 17 North Second, 
Taber, Read & Gardner, 117 Union, 
Taylor B. F., 149 Union, 
Williams T. D. & Co., 119 Union, 



Boston 



Attleboro 



North Attleboro 
Fall River 



Mansfield 
New Bedford 



164 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Woodward C. W., 147 Union, New Bedford 

Wordell A., 61 William, 

Grossman R., 17 Weir, Taunton 

Bryant C. D., Westminster, " 

Foster & Barnard, 1 Main, " 

Morton M. L., 44 City square, " 

Heine F., Plain, corner East Water, " 

O'Donald Bernard, Weir Village, " 
SKINNER F. T., 52 Main, 

TANNERS AND CURRIEKS. 
Coupe W. & Co., South, Attleboro 

DEWSON, WILLIAMS & CO., Court, 

New Bedford, salesrooms, 43, 45, and 

47 South Street, Boston. 

TAR, OIL, ROSIN, PITCH &c. 
KIRBY H. S., 8 Commercial wharf. New Bedford 

TAXIDERMISTS. 
Babcock H. P., 6 North Third, New Bedford 

Blood C. L., Weir, Taunton 

TEA AND COFFEE DEALERS. 

AMERICAN AND CHINA TEA COM- 
PANY, M. R. DALEY, corner of So. 
Main and Borden, Fall River 

AMERICAN AND CHINA TEA COM- 
PANY, 66 Purchase, New Bedford 

BULLOCH A. & CO., 11 William,(see 
Qjdi) 2) 44 ^ ^ ' 

,IOHNS G., 80 1-2 Purchase, 

LUTHER H. R., 144 Purchase, 

POTTER W. F. & Co., cor. Union and 
Front, {see adv. p. 87), " 

ALBRO J. D., Bay. Hopewell, Taunton 

DURGIN BROS. & WILLIAMS, Bay, 

Hopewell, " 

Knight B. H., 107 Main, 

McKEON & KELLY, 13 Broadway, 

{see adv. p. 23 j, '< 

TEACHERS. 

Atwood Wm. A., (music), Hebronville, Attleboro 
Fisher F. H. Miss (select school). North 

Main, " 

Metcalf E. L. Miss (piano). North Main, " 

Jillson Linda E., (music). Wash., North Attleboro 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 165 



Teachers continued. 



Giistiu Geo. A. (dancino:), 116 Middle, N. Bedford 
Hersey J. Mrs, (drawing), 26 Seventh, 
Smith Israel, (dancing), 102 High, 






THE SCHOOL FURNITUBE MANUFACTORY. 

WHITCOMB A. G., 73 Fulton {see 

adv . last colored leaf ) , Boston 

TELEGRAPH OFFICES. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., office, 

A. B. R. R. Depot, Attleboro 

Western Union Telegraph Co., office, 

A. B. R. R. Depot, North Attleboro 

Whitmarsh Wm. (jr., (operator). Western 

Union Telegraph, Dighton 

Western Union Telegraph Co., depot. No. Dighton 
Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph Co., 31 

Bedford, Fall River 

Western Union Telegraph Co., W. P. 

Potter manager, Borden Block, Main, " 

Western Union Telegraph Co., depots. 

North Eastou and Easton 
Western Union Telegraph Co., O. C. R. R. 

Station, Ferry, . " 

Western Union Telegraph Co., depot, 

Mansfield Junction 
Western Union Telegraph Co., 26 North 

Water, B. R. Paine, manager. New Bedford 

Western Union Telegraph Co., depot, Somerset 

Western Union Tel. Co., 27 West Water, Taunton 

THREAD MANUFACTURERS AND WINDERS. 

Morse E. J. W. & Co., South Easton 

Niantic Thread Co., William Warner, 

treas. Division, Fall River 

Davis J. M., 266 South Main, " 

Wyoming Thread Co., Augustus Chase, 

treas., 18 Chace, " 

TINSMITHS. 

(See Stoves, i^c.j 

McGowan David, 304 Pleasant, Fall River 

Wheeler G. H., Main, Mansfield 

Spooner E. P., North Easton 
WadeC. B., 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Tinsmiths continued. 

Gifford S. T., 149 Kempton, New Bedford 

HAYDEN & GROSSMAN, Third, {see 

adv. p. 36), 
Lund P. M., Acushnet Avenue, 
Maxfield G. F., 23 North Third, 
Taber G., 191 Purchase, 



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TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 

(See also Cigars.) 

LAMBERT F. T., Main, {see adv. p. 35), 

Fairhaven 
Brightuian J. C., 48 North Main, Fall River 

Burgess W., 70 South Main, 
Davis W. A., 47 South Main, 
Harrington J. Mrs., 206 Pleasant, 
Shlostine R., 35 South Main, 
Slade Horace H., 6 North Main, 
Borden Charles T., Main, 
CLARKE & SEGUR, Chauncy, 
Chapman T. & Co., 64 Purchase, 
Cunha James, (Cheap John's Store), 

125 1-2 Union, 
Ellis H. M., 42 William, 
Johns G., 80 1-2 Purchase, 
LUTHER H. R., 144 Purchase, 
Ocstiug Charles A. W., 48 Purchase, 
Pollock Brothers, 92 Purchase, 
Tilden Niles, 28 North Second, 
Vianna M. J., 87 South Water, 
W^illcox G. R., 85 1-2 Purchase, 
LINCOLN E., 

ALBRO J. D., Bay, HoDewell, 
Dean C. R., 11 Weir. 

DURGIN BROS. & WILLIAMS, Hopewell, 
Gray W. H., 24 City square, 
McKEON & KELLY, 13 Broadway, 

{see adv. p. 23), 
Jones W. S., 9 Broadway, 
Richmond C- E., 57 City square, cor. Weir, " 
"White George W. & Son, 15 Weir, " 

SANDERS C. W. , East Taunton 



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Staples & Phillips, 10 West Water, 



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TOY STORES. 

(See also Fancy Goods.) 

BAXTER JOHN, 10 Park, Attleboro 

BulLard Amasa, 9 Cheapside, New Bedford 

TRADERS, (TRAVELING) 
Paine Rufus J., Mansfield 

Fish Ansel F., 60 Sycamore, New Bedford 

TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS. ETC. 
RANKIN L., Bay, corner Jefferson, Taunton 

TURNERS OP WOOD. 
Hughes & Hart, 87 Pleasant, Fall River 

Hayes & Co., 145 North Water, New Bedford 

Perry Charles & Co., (butter stamps, 

handles, &c.), Rehoboth 

TWINE MANUFACTURERS. 

( See Cotton Goods Manufs.) 

McGowan D. & Co., 101 Metacomet 

Mill, Pocasset. Fall River 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Stanley L. M., 96 South Main, Attleboro 

Sperry A. M.. Wash., cor. High, No. Attleboro 

Reed Daniel, Easton 

Baldwin D. W., 45 South Main, and 14 

and 16 Annawan, Fall River 

Sullivan D. D., 90 South Main, 

Bowen W. H., 20 and 22 William. New Bedford 

Murphy T. J., 149 Purchase, 
Wilson B. G., 74 William, 

Gaffuey John, 30 Weir, Taunton 

Washburn P. T. c& H. S., Union block, 

U. S. COLLECTORS OP CUSTOMS. 
Brady James Jr.. house, 57 Rock, Fall River 

Allen J. A. P., cor. William and Second, 

New Bedford 

U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE DEPUTY 
COLLECTOR. 

Fessenden C. B. H., (third district), 22 

North Water, New Bedford 

UPHOLSTERERS. 
Baldwin D. W., 45 South Main, and 14 

and 16 Annawan, Fall River 

Borden, Almy & Co., 43 South Main, " 



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Upholsterers cnntinued. 

Douglas C, 101 Second, 
Shaw Orriu, 44 North Main, 
Cranston O. W., 9 1-2 Purchase, 
Warner J. A., 3 Fifth, 
Babbitt E. F., 15 Washington, 
Cooper Brothers, 32 Main, 
Foster J. M., Broadway, 
Gihiiore William H., 36 Main, 
Stanley & Cunningham, 40 Main, 
Washburn P. T. & H. S., Union block, 
Washburn F. R., Union block. 



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(See Country Stores.) 

Tierney J. K., 103 Central, Fall River 

Frasier O. F., Bay, Hopewell, . Taunton 

VARNISH DEALERS. 

(See Paints, Oils, S^c.J 

DUNHAM WM. E., sec. C, Granite 

block, (see adv. J). 63), Fall River 



MAXFIELD W., 25 Centre, 



New Bedford 



VINEGAR AND CIDER MANUFACTURER. 

fSee Cider, also Bottlers- J 

Read H. C, South Attleboro 

WARP FOR CARPETS AND BATTING. 

Arnold William, Boston Pike, corner 

Beacon, South Attlelwro 

Tratford William B. & Co., Dartmouth 

Westport Manufacturing Co., Westport 

WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. 

BAXTER JOHN, 10 Park, {see adv. 

p. 55), Attleboro 

Pattee F. W., 9 Park, . " 

Arnzen N.W., 12 Granite blk, No. Main. Fall River 
Bruneau A. B., 2 Granite block. 
Burrows A., 146 Pleasant, 
Doe C. H., 57 South Main, 
GiffordC. F.. 1 South Main, 
Hicks J. L., 25 South Main, 
Stevens Daniel, 55 South Main, 
Shove Stephen, 40 North Main, 



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ELECTRIC WATCH CLOCK, 

For the Detection of Delinquent "Watchmen on Night Duty in Factories, 
Kailroad Stations and Public Buildings. 

The Watch Clock is used in all Manufactories, Kailroads, 
Lumber Yards, and all places where watchmen arc kept during 
the night. The clock may be placed in the " Office," or in a 
separate building, at a distance from the premises to be guarded. 
A sj-stem of wires radiates from the clock to all buildings and 
points which it is desirable for the watchman to visit in his tour 
of duty. At each point or station, the watchman inserts and 
turns a ke}-, or simply touches a knob, which causes the electric 
current to pass and do its work upon the magnet at the clock, 
and cause a pencil record on a paper dial at the exact instant 
when the key is turned. The watchman, in this manner, passing 
round from station to station successively, makes telegraph- 
ically his own record of duty done; showing the time of each 
visit to each station, as well as the time occupied between the 
stations, and of course the whole time taken up in making the 
entire round, and also in going all the rounds; and if all the 
stations have been visited or neglected, the facts will be shown 
upon the dial. In fact, the Superintendent can read in the 
morning the exact part of the premises at which the watchman 
was, at any minute of his required tour of duty during the night. 

OFFICES : 

Broadway, corner Fourth Street, New York. 
114 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON. 

wAiiMljiiiT 

MANUFACTURER, OF 

PAPER BOXES 

No. 54 Chauncy Street, 




BOSTON. 



PAPER BOXES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO 
ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE. 



J. MURPHY & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 




Wines, Liquors 



TOBACCO and CIQAES, 



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Also, Agents for 

P. BALLANTINE & SON'S 

Celebrated Newark, India 

Pale Ale and Stock Porter, 

on Draug-ht, 

132 BEDFORD ST., 

FALL RIVER, Mass. 



No. 30 POCASSET anfl No. 346 PLEASANT STS., 



FALL RIVER, MASS. 



"WLolesale and Retail Dealer in 



FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 



Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 



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169 



Washburn F. M., 
Brownell A. P., 94 Union, 
Cliild Sylvester, 33 Purchase, 
Dexter J. A., 133 Purchase, 
Dexter & Haskins, 14 Purchase, 
Fales James Jr., 91 North Water, 
Howland N., 79 1-2 Purchase, 
Hurll C. W., 23 Purchase, 
Kelley J. S., 83 Union, 
Kelley G. S., 6G 1-2 South Third, 
Kelley William L., 106 Union, 
Munroe James & Son, 98 Union, 
Paddock G. R., 165 Purchase, 
Tobey J. T., 15 Purchase, 
Wilbor A. G., 94 1-2 Third, 
Lincoln G. F., 89 Main, 
Sherman Z. & Co., 65 Main, 
Tisdale E. D. & Son, 5 Union block, 
Walker E. M., 20 Main, 



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WATCH REPAIRER. 

Jillson John H., Bank building, Wash- 
ington, North Attleboro 

WATER WORKS. 
Watuppa Reservoir Co., Pocasset, Fall River 

WATER WHEELS, (Turbine). 
Kilburn, Lincoln & Co., 13 Canal, Fall River 

WHALING GUNS AND BOMB-LANCE DEALER. 
Lewis W., 18 Hamilton, New Bedford 



WHEELWRIGHTS. 

(See Carnage Manufacturers.) 

Cutting Thomas N., Wrentham road, 
O'CONNOR WM., Union, {see adv. 

page 47), 
Peck C. S., Briggsville, 
Cowan A., 
MILLER D. M., 

CHASE H., South 

Palmer John O. 
Hayward Albert, 
Arcand A., Pleasant, 
Morrill Eli, 98 Davol, 



Attleboro 



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Dighton 

Easton 

Fall River 



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NEVSA ENGLAND 






Located in the Heart of Boston, 

Is the Oldest Music School in America, and the 
Largest iu the World. 

IT EMPLOYS SEVENTY-FIVE EMINENT TEACHERS 

And has had 17,000 Pupils since 1867. 



FIFTEEN DOLLARS pays for Tuition in Piano, Organ, Voice or Harmony; 
while the collateral advantages, contiisting of Lectures, Concerts, Recitals, Sight-Read- 
ing, Normal Instructions, Analysis of Piano, Organ, and Vocal Works, etc., amount to 
one hundred and twenty lessons a Term. 

New classes have been formed in the art of Conducting, Oratorio Singing, 
Church Music, Tonic Sol-fa System, Elocution and Modern Languages, 
Drawing and Painting. The increased facilities of this Institution enable it to 
offer by far the best privileges for musical culture that can possibly be obtained in this 
country; and along with the College of Music of Boston University, affords every ad- 
vantage that can be enjoyed in Europe. Its peculiar methods of special opportunities, 
for broad and liberal culture, together with its wide reputation, have enabled its grad- 
uates to take eminent positions as artists and teachers. 



FOUR TERMS A YEAR, 

BEGINNING 

SEPTEMBEII, NOVEMBER FEBRUARY k APRIL, 

ITor Circulars of the CONSERVATORY, COi:-.l-.l!:»E OF 
MUSIC, MIUSICAL BUREA.XJ, NORMAL INSTIXUTE, 
and. 

EDUCATIONAL TOUR TO EUROPE, 

m THE SUMMER OF 1878, 

ADDRESS, ^ 

E. TOURJEE, Music Hall, Boston. 



BRISTOL COUKTY DLRECTOKT. 171 

Peirce L. J., 150 South Water, New Bedford 

Hedley Peleg, Seekonk 

Wiun M. C, " 

French L., West Water, Taunton 

WHITL LEAD AND ZINC MANUFACTURERS. 

Alvin Lead Works, Diffhton 

WINES AND LIQUORS, (Wholesale.) 
BUTLER H., 20 Spring, {see adv. p. 

43), Fall River 

CAMPBELL JOHN, 38 & 40 Columbia, 
DAILEY J., 30 Pocasset, {see adv . index) ^ " 
MURPHY J. & CO., 132 Bedford, {see 

adv. index), " 

Perry George, 93 William, New Bedford 

WOOD AND BARK. 

{See also Coal, Wood S^c.) 

Williams E. S., Washington, opp. Fisher, 

North Attleboro 

WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE. 

(See also Hard Wood.) 

Franklin J. N., Washington, North Attleboro 

LUTHER H. R., 144 Purchase, (see 

adv.p.?,2), New Bedford 

Richards & Sowlo, 8 and 10 William, " 

SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO,, 123 

Union, {see adv. p. 87), «' 

Perry Charles, Reboboth 

ALBRO JAMES D., Bay, Hopewell, Taunton 

DURGIN BROS. & WILLIAMS. 

Hopewell, " 

WEST L. B. & CO., 24 Winthrop, 

WOOLEN CLEANER. 

Baxendale Samuel, South Easton 

WOOL SCOURER. 
Norton Mills, Geo. H. Talbot, propr., Norton 

WOOLEN GOODS MANUFACTURERS. 

GOLD MEDAL BRAID CO., Attleboro Falls 

Fall River Merino Mills, Alden, Fall River 

Wamsutta Woolen Mills, Eddy's avenue, " 



172 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

WROUGHT IRON PIPE, 

TAUNTON IRON WORKS CO., Geo. F. 

Gavitt, agent, West Water, cor. Fifth, Taunton 

YANKEE NOTIONS. 

BAXTER JOHN, 10 Park, {see adv. 
p. bb), Attleboro 

YARN MANUFACTURERS. 
Daggett H. M., West, North Attleboro 

YEAST. (Compressed.) 
Borden P. H. & Co., 143 North Main, ' Fall River 

YELLOW AND BRONZE SHEATHING MAN'P. 

Crocker Bros. & Co , Court, near City 

square, Taunton 

New Bedford Copper Co., New Bedford 



LINCOLN AND HOPKINSON. 



The largest stock, and most extensive assortment 
of wooden ware in Boston, can be found at the well- 
known house of Lincoln & Hopkinson, at 15 and 16 
Faneuil Hall Square. There is also a great variety 
of other goods usually kept in a country store, and 
which our Cape dealers will do well to examine. A 
partial list of some of the leading articles can be 
found in our advertising columns, to which we 
invite special attention to dealers or purchasers for 
their own use. — Harwich Independent. 



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197 DEVONSHIRE STR EET, B OSTON 



TICKETS 






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ALBERT-TYPE PRINTIIC, 



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PHOTOLITHOGRAPHY. 



Having special facilities for the above 

processes, we are enabled to furnish 

reproductions, to any scale, of 



Drawings, 



Photographs, 



Documents, 



Engravings, 



Architectural Designs, 



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KEGISTEES. 



ACUSHNET. 

Town Glerh^ Treasurer and Collector of Taxes — 
Geoi'fje P. Morse. 

Selectmen^ Assessors and Overseers of the Poor — 
Pardon Taber, J. Walter Spooner, Joshua Morse. 

Constables — Philip A. Bradford, Sylvester Pratt. 

School Committee — George P. Morse, Burrage J. 
Warner, Charles Russell. 

Schools — One graded and five mixed. 

Teachers — George T. Russell, Jr., Cole, 

Charles Russell, Mary Howard. 

Justices of the Peace — Cyrus E. Clark, Benjamin 
White. 

Clergymen — William B. Hammond, (Con), C. L. 
Gould, (Meth), Wilson, (Bap.) 

Postmasters — Cyrus E. Clark, Acushnct, Richard 
Davis, Jr., Long Plain. 



ATTLEBORO. 

Town Clerk — J. B. Savery. 

Select7nen~-S. P. Lathrop, G. C. Wright, G. N. 
Crandall. 

Toion Treasurer — George Price. 

School Committee — Rev. J. D. Pierce, George A. 
Adams, S. P. Lathrop. 

Constables — Jeremiah Williams, A. M. Sperry, 
Elijah Capron, J. W. Riley, A. C. Thornton, 6. 
Williams, E. B. Nickerson, J. T. Jennings, D. T. 
King, J. H. Engley, George F. Ide, E. L. Sylves- 
ter, J. L. Wetherell, E. C" Brown, Otis Williams, 
R. L. B. Tucker. 



174 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Notaries Public — L. W. Dean, Jos. E. Pond, Jr. 

Circulating Libraries — Mrs. Capron's, Mr. Wal- 
don's, Mr. Fisher's, (East Attleboro), Jones' Dry 
Goods Store, (North Attleboro.) 

ATTLEBORO FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer — Benjamin P. King. 

Hose Company, No. 1, North Attleboro. 
Hose Company, No. 2, Attleboro. 

SOCIETIES, MASONIC. 

Attleboro Council, R. & S. M., Attleboro. 
Bristol Lodge, F. & A. M., North Attleboro. 
Ezekiel Bates Lodge, F. & A. M., Attleboro. 
King Hiram Royal Arch Chapter, Attleboro. 
Bristol Commandery of Knights Templars, North 
Attleboro. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Aurora Lodge, No. 107, North Attleboro. 

Orient Lodge, No. 165, Attleboro. 

Howard Encampment, No. 19, North Attleboro. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Sumner Lodge, No. 62, North Attleboro. 

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

Warasutta Reform Club, North Attleboro. 

Bethany Temple of Honor, North Attleboro. 

Rescue Temple of Honor, No. 44, Attleboro. 

Cadets of Honor and Temperance, Rescue Section, 
No. 7, Attleboro. 

Franklin Section, No. 9, North Attleboro. 

St. John's Total Abstinence and Benevolent So- 
ciety, Attleboro. 

St. Mary's Total Abstinence and Benevolent So- 
ciety, North Attleboro. 

VARIOUS SOCIETIES. 

Attleboro Farmers' and Mechanics' Association. 

Norfolk and Bristol Horse Thief Detecting Society. 
Committee at Attleboro. 

North Attleboro Musical and Dramatic Association, 
North Attleboro. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 175 

Sovereigns of Industry, Attleboro Council, No. 97, 
Attleboro. 

Young Men's Christian Association, Attleboro. 

Public Library, Odd Fellows' building. North 
Attleboro. 

Dony's, No. 317, D. O. H., North Attleboro. 

Germania Singing Society, Frohsin, No. Attleboro. 



BERKLEY. 

Toivn Clerk and Treasurer — John A. Kead. 

Selectmen — James Maguire, Peter S. Chace, Wil- 
liam Babbit. 

School Committee — C. T. Crane, R. H. Babbit, 
B. F. Coombs. 



DIGHTOK 

Toivn Clerh and Treasurer — Geo. A. Shove. 

Selectmen — F. A. Horr, I. P. Briggs, J. A. 
Lewis. 

Assessors — Geo. E. Gooding, Oliver Eaton, Cyrus 
Talbot. 

Collector of Taxes — James N. Paul. 

Constable — John A. Lewis. 

School Committee — Dr. Charles Talbot, W. Chase, 
Geo. F. Gavitt, Rev. E. Dawes, G. A. Shove, C. 
W . Turner. 

Superintendent of Schools — C. W. Turner. 

Fire Department — Oregon Engine Co, North 
Dighton, Edward Lincoln, Foreman. 

Notary Public — George A. Shove. 



EASTON. 

Selectmen, Assessors and Overseers of the Poor — 
J. A. Pratt, Hiram Williams, William C. Howard. 
Toion Clerk and Treasurer — Geo. G. Withington. 



176 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



School Committee — John O. Dean, Lincoln S. 
Drake, Francis Holmes, William L. Chaffin, Oliver 
Ames, 2d, George C. Belcher. 

Notary Public — John H. Swain. 

SOCIETIES, MASONIC. 

Paul Dean Lodge, North Easton. John H. Swain, 
W. M., J. D. Atwood, S. W., Luther Sisson, J. W. 

GOOD TEMPLARS. 

Bristol Lodge, No. 136, of North Easton . R. H. 
Willis, W. C. 

G. A. R.— A. B. Randall Post. 



FALL RIVER, 

MAYOR. 

JAMES F. DAVENPORT. 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 1 — Joseph O. Neill. 
Ward 2 — Patrick J. Lunney. 
Ward b — Qui n Ian Leary. 
Ward 4 — John A. Macfarlane. 
Ward 5 — Bradford D. Davol. 
Ward 6 — Holder B. Durfee. 

CITY CLERK. 

GEORGE A. BALLARD. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

WILLIAM S. GREENE, President. 

WARD 1. WARD 2. 

William W^olfendale,* James D. O'Neil. 
William H. Chace, Patrick J. McCarty, 

Edward P. Baggett. Michael L. Ivers. 

WARD 3. WARD 4. 

H. Gordon Webster, Henry Norsworthy, 

William Burgess, Andrew McDermott, 

John A. Connelly. Dennis Garvey. 



* Resigned, March 5, 1877. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 177 



WARD 5. WARD 6. 

William S. Greene, John P. Slade, 

Joseph M. Darling. James H. Wilson, 

Simeon B. Chase. Charles L. Ripley. 

Angustus B. Leonard, Clerk. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

City Clerk — George A. Ballard. 

Treasurer and Collector — James C. Brady. 

Auditor — George W. Billings. 

Superintendent of Streets — Danforth Horton. 

Superintendent of Schools — William Council, Jr. 

City Marshal — Andrew R. Wright. 

Chief Engineer of Fire Department — William C. 
Davol, Jr. 

City Solicitor — Milton Reed. 

City Physician — J. A. Tourtelotte. 

Superintendent of Almshouse — Joseph Borden. 

Superintendent of Oak Grove Cemetery — James 
E. Morrill. 

Superintendent North Cemetery — -J. G. Hyland. 

Clerk of Common Council — A. B. Leonard. 

City Messenger~D. D. O'Neil. 

Warden, Court House — Edward Driscoll. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

JAMES M. ALDRICH, Chairman. 

WILLLAM CONNELL, JR., Secretary. 

James M. Aldrich, William H. Brie, 

Jerome Dwelly, William W. Adams, 

Andrew J. Jennings, Charles E. Mills, 

Charles J. Holmes, Iram Smith, 

Thomas F. Eddy. 

Superintendent of Public Schools — William 
Connell, Jr. 

Truant Officers—William Read, John Brady. 



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NATIONAL TUBE WORKS CO., 

Boston, Mass., and McKeesport, Penn. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



BEST L^I>-^V\^ELDH:r) 



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(1 inch to 16 inches diameter.) 



Steam and Gas Pipe, Artesian and Oil Well Tubing, Casing, 

(1-4 inch to 16 inches diameter.) 

"MACK'S" PATENT INJECTOR FOR FEEDING BOILERS. 

Manufactured of 

Boiler Tubes SLn€L Steel Xlods, 

Warranted as follows : 

To save over 25 per cent, of dead weight; 

To save over 50 per cent, in repairs ; 

To be 50 per cent, stronger than wooden cars. 

No. 8 PEMBERTON SQ., BOSTON. 

WATSON & BISSEE, 

Cor. Friend & Causevv^ay Sts., 



WESTERN AND HARD WOOD LUMBER, 

OF ALL KINDS. 

Comprising Black Walnut, Cherry, Chestnut, Whitewood, 
Birch, Maple, Ash, Oak, &c. Also, 





Mmt 



In all its branches. 
Posts, Rails, and Balusters, in every variety. 

ALSO, 

Brackets, Fancy Matched Flooring, Etc. 
WOOD TURNING, SAWING and PLANING. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 179 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 
CITY MARSHAL. 

ANDREW R. WRIGHT. 

Assistant Marshal — Albert T. Pierce. 
Captain — Henry A. Dexter. 

Sergeants — Emanuel Wilcox, William B. Ling, 

Charles Hinckley, Julian T. Pember, John Deardon. 

Clerk of Police Department — Stephen B. Gardner. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer — William C. Davol, Jr. 

Assistant Engineer — Isaac T. Brovvnell. 

District Engineers — District No. 1, Alvan C. 
Seymour, District No. 2. Benjamin Mott, District 
No. 3, Edward T. Marvel. 

TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Mayor Davenport, Charles J. Holmes, Robert T. 
Davis, Henry Lyon, Simeon Borden, J. R. Leary, 
Walter Paine, 2d. 

Librarian — William R. Ballard. 

WATUPPA WATER BOARD. 

Philip D. Borden, William Lindsey, John Butler. 
Superintendent — William Rotch . 
Registrar — C. H. Churchill. 

ASSESSORS. 
Jeremiah Kelley, Sam'l M. Brown, John H. Estes. 
Surveyor of Lumber — Herbert A. Skinner. 
Sealer of Weights and Measures — D. D. O'Neal. 
Inspector of Milk — Elisha Fuller. 
Measurer of Grain — Andrew Ferguson. 

SOCIETIES, &c. 

Children's Home, Walnut street. 

Fall River Lyceum. 

Young Men's Christian Association. 

Choral Union of Fall River. 

Mozart Union. 

Caledonia Society. 

St. Mary's Benevolent Society. 



180 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

MASONIC. 

Godfrey De Bouillon Commandeiy of Knights 
Templars. 

Fall River Council of Select and Royal Masters. 
Mt. Hope Lodge, F. & A. M. 
Fall River Royal Arch Chapter. 
King Philip Lodge. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Metacoraet Encampment, No. 26. 
Mount Hope Lodge, No. 63. 
Friendly Union Lodge, No. 164. 
Hiawatha Lodge, No. 16, D. of R. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Richard Borden Encampment, Post 46. 

OTHER ORDERS. 

Knights of St. Patrick. 
Ancient Order of Hibernians. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

George S. Baker, Henry H. Earl, 

Honorius Beaugrand, Andrew I. Jennings, 

William G. Bennett, Morton Eddy, 

Josiah C. Blaisdell, Charles R. Longley, 

elohn S. Brayton, Benjamin K. Lovatt, 

Robert C. Brown, E. T. Marvell, 

John W. Cummings, Thomas Mather, 

Hu2:h A. Dubuque, J. F. Rockett, 

Benjamin Earl, M. G. B. Swift, 

Eliab Williams. 



FREETOWN. 

Town Glerh — H. A. Francis. 

Selectmen — George W. Hall, Charles Braley, M. 
S. Terry. 

Assessors — George W. Hall, J. H. Pierce, J. R. 
Gurney. 

/School Committee — J. R. Gurney, Hiram B. 
Wetherell, S. B. Cudworth. 



EWBBDPORDilWMK 



STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 



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AGENT AND TREASURER. 



No. 6 COMMERCIAL WHARF, 



NEW BEDFORD. 



H. A_. BURLING, 

AGENT, 

No. 46 SOUTH STREET, NEW YORK. 



STEAMERS LEAVE DAILY 

At 5.30 P. M., from COMMERCIAL WHARF, NEW BEDFORD, 

AND 



At 5 P. M., from PIER 39, EAST RIVER, 



NEW YORK. 



First Class Passenger Accommodations. 

Connect at NEW BEDFORD with the VINEYARD STEAMERS 
and with RAILROAD for CAPE COD and all points reached by the 
BOSTON, CLINTON AND PITCHBURG RAILROAD. 




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Eooms open every day, Sundays included, 

From S A.. IML. to lO P. M:. 

Young men residing in Boston and vicinity are cordially invited to become Members 
of the Society. 

Membership, $1.00 per year. 

Life Membership 25.00 

Subscription Membership, . , . '. 5.00 per year. 

Subscription Membership for five successive years entitles tbe holder to Life Mem- 
bership. 

HELIG-IOUS SERVICES 
CONDUCTED by CLERGYiVlEN &. LAYMEN of ALL DENOMINATIONS. 

LECTURES, READINGS, 
DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS, 




Social Meetings, Practical Talks, Classes, 
&c., &c. 

Employment Bureau, Boarding House 

Committee, Committee on Churches, 

Bureau of Reference for Ladies, 

AND OTHEK BENEVOLENT WORK. 



THE UNION GYMNASIUM, 

B Which is in charge of a competent instructor, 
' has been newly fitted up for the coming season, is 
spacious, light, well ventilated, complete in its va- 
riety of apparatus, Health-Lifts, I-Jowiiig Ma- 
chines, Dr. Winship's Complete Developer, &c. 
Bathing and Dressing Rooms free to memheis. 
Terms, $10.00 per year ; three months, $5.00, with 
privilege of renewing for the balance of the year 
nt $5.00. 

THE UNION COFFEE ROOM 

or Re-taurant for Ladies and Gentlemen, provid- 
ing wholesome fond, well cooked and served, and 
at rensonahle prices. Breakfast from 6. .30 a. Jt. 
to 12 M.; Dinner from 1-2 m to 4 p.m.; Supper 
from 4 p. M. to 7.30 P. M. Open on Sundays, from 
S A. M. to 6 p. M. ; in charge of Hammo.v Wood- 
bury, Supt. 



WM. H. BALDWIN, President. 

OFFICE AT THE UNION ROOMS, 18 BOYLSTON STREET. 
FRED. S. CLARK, Secretary. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 181 



Treasurer — Louis P. Phillips. 

Constables — Samuel C. Hathaway and B. R. Phil- 
lips, James E. Westgate, Edw. A. Braley. 

Collector of Taxes — Charles E. Hathaway. 



PUBLIC HALLS. 



Peirce's Hall, Assonet Village. 
Washburn's Hall, East Freetown. 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Horatio A. Braley, East Freetown. 
Samuel C. Hambley, Assonet, Freetown. 

BOX BOARD MILLS. 

Julius C. Haskins, Freetown. 

CLERGYMEN. 

Rev. Mr. B. Batcheller, (Ch. Bap.), Assonet, 
Freetown. 

Rev. Mr. W. Wood, (Cong.) Assonet, Freetown. 

DRY GOODS DEALERS. 

Don C. H. Hathaway, Assonet, Freetown. 
J. W. Peabodv, Assonet, Freetown. 
Reuel Washburn, East Freetown. 

GRIST MILLS. 

G. L. Allen, East Freetown. 

J. D. Wilson, Assonet, Freetown. 

Thomas G. Winslow, Freetown. 

SEXTONS. 

David Babbitt, Assonet, Freetown. 
James Downing, Assonet, Freetown. 



NEW BEDFORD 

MAYOR. 

ALANSON BORDEN. 

ADDERMEN. 

Ward 1 — James E. Stanton. 
Ward 2 — Savory C. Hathaway. 
Ward 3 — James C. Stafford. 



182 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Ward 4 — John Hastiuffs. 
Ward 5 — George Rowland, Jr. 
Ward 6— Henry T. Wood. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

President— WILLIAM H. MATHEWS. 
ward one. ward four. 

John E. Murphy, William H. Mathews, 

Benjamin Dawson, Charles H. Taber, 

John Wing, William Lewis, 

Hiram Wordell, Elnathan C. Brownell. 

ward TWO. ward five. 

John F. Swift, Horatio Hathaway, 

Harry J. Leach, Isaac C. Sherman, 

Robert S. Lawton, Antone L. Sylvia, 

Charles A. Case. Walter CliiFord. 

ward THREE. WARD SIX. 

William H. Pitman, William eT. Boweu, 

James G. Wilson, eJohn P. Taylor, 

Charles W. Coggeshall, Thomas W. Comstock, 

William C. Parker, Jr. George Nelson. 

City Clerk — Henr}^ T. Leonard. 

Treasurer and Collector of Taxes — James B. 
Congdon. 

Auditor — Edward M. Luce, elected April 10. 
City Messenger — William Ferguson. 
Clei'k of the Coimnon Council — William A. 
Church. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

AL ANSON BORDEN, Chairman, ex-officio. 

Henry F. Harrington, Secretary. 

William H. Mathews, President of Common Coun- 
cil, ex-officio. 

Ward 1 — George W. Chace, Joseph H. Cornell, 
Joseph W. Webster. 

Ward 2 — Charles R. Price, James W. Hervey, 
Ivory S. Cornish. 

Ward 3 — Isaac W. Benjamin, Benjamin S. Batch- 
elor, Horatio A. Kempton. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 183 

Ward 4 — George H. Dunbar, Stephen W. Hayes, 
*Wendel] H. Cobb. 

Ward 5 — James L. Sherman, Lemuel M. Kollock, 
Charles T. Bonney. 

Ward 6 — Chaj-les H. Sanford, Bart. Otheman, Jr., 
Betsey B. Winslow. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

HENEY F. HARRINGTON. 

Office, City Hall Basement. Office hours, 8 1-2 to 9 

A. M'., 12 1-4 to 1 P. M., Saturdays, 9 1-2 

to 10 A. M. 

ASSESSORS. 

Office, No. 4 Library building. 

David B. Wilcox, Chairman, William Tallman, 
Silas Alden. 

ASSISTANT ASSESSORS. 

Ward 1 — James T. Almy. 
Ward 2 — John A. Rugsles. 
Ward 3 — John A. Gomley. 
Ward 4— Thomas H. Soule. 
Ward 5— William B. Topham. 
Ward 6 — John Carroll. 

OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 

Office in City Hall building. 

His Hon. Alanson Borden, Mayor, ex-officio^ 

Chairman, 
Peleg S. Macy, Secretary. 

Ward 1 — George B. Macomber. 
Ward 2— Henry R. Wilcox. 
Ward 3 — Job B. Sherman. 
Ward 4 — George T. Hough. 
Ward 5 — Peleg S. Macy. 
Ward 6 — Simeon Doane. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer — Frederick Macy. Office in Cit}'- 
Hall building. 

First Aasistant Engineer — Michael F. Kennedy. 



•Resigned, and Hosea M. Kiiowlton elected to fill the vacancy. 



184 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Second Assistant Engineer — Nathan Brown. 

Third Assistant Engineer — John H. Jndson. 

Fourth Assistant Engineer — William J. Marr. 

Clerk of the Board of Engineers — Luther G. 
Hewins, Jr. 

TRUSTEES OF THE FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
Office in Library Building. 

His Honor Alanson Borden, Mayor, ex.officio 
President. 

William H. Mathews, Pesident of Common Coun- 
cil, ex-officio. 

John Hastings, Chairman of the Committee of the 
City Council on Public Instruction, ex-officio. 

George Howland, Jr., for 1 year. 

George H. Dunbar, for 1 year. 

Warren Ladd, for 2 years. 

Oliver A. Roberts, for 2 years. 

S. Griffits Morgan, for 3 years. 

Al)raham H. Howland, Jr., for 3 years. 

President of the Board — The Mayor. 

Clerk — Oliver A. Roberts. 

Committee on the Library — The Mayor, Messrs. 
Ladd, George Howland, Jr., Morgan and Dunbar. 

Committee on the Building — Messrs. Hastings and 
Mathews. 

Ct)mmittee on Binding and Blanks — Messrs. 
Abraham H. Howland, Jr., and Morgan. 

Committee on the Museum — Messrs. Morgan, 
Roberts and Dunbar. 

Superintendent of the Library — Geo. H. Dunbar. 

Librarian — Robert C. Ingraham. 

Assistant Librarians — Josephine A. Merrick, Mary 
E. Brown. 

ACUSHNET W^ATER BOARD. 

Office in City Hall Building. 

His Honor, Alanson Borden, Mayor, ex-officio 
President. 

William H. Mathews, President of the Common 
Council, ex-officio. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 185 

Thomas Bennett, Jr. 

Henry F. Thomas. 

Thomas W. Cook, to fill vacancy, caused by the 
resignation of George Howhmd, Jr. 

Superintendent and Engineer — Wni. B. Sherman. 

Clerk and Water Registrar — James B. Congdon. 
Office in Library Building. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

CHIEF OF POLICE. 

HENRY C. HATHAWAY. 

Office, Central Police Station, South Second Street. 

Deputy Chief of Police — Jethro C. Brock. 

Captains of Police — James L. Wilber, Daniel A. 
Butler. 

Lieutenants of Police — Luther M. Dayton, Wm. 
E. Macomber. 

Constables — Chief, Deputy Chief, Captains and 
Lieutenants of Police, and twenty-six Police Officers. 

Officers who have care of Neglected Children — 
Ivory S. Cornish and Henry F. Harrington, Supt. of 
Schools. 

Truant Officers — Ivory S. Cornish, Luther M. 
Dayton. 

Keeper and Assistant Keepers of the Lock-up — 
Henry C. Hathaway, Daniel A. Butler, Jethro C. 
Brock, James L. Wilber. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Mayor and Aldermen. 

HEALTH OFFICERS. 

Office, Central Police Station. 

Henry C. Hathaway. 

Quarantine Physician, and Physician to the Board of 

Health. 

No appointment. 

OTHER CITY OFFICERS. 

Cit}' Solicitor — Hosea M. Knowlton. Office, 17^ 
North Water Street. 

Harbor Master — O. P. Rector. 



186 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



DAniEU^ BEILiCHKR. 



MANUFACTURER OF SUPERIOR 



MALLEABLE IRON 




CASTINGS, 

From Air Furnace. 

ALSO, 

CAST STEEL CASTINGS, k 

TEMPERINa POTS, 

CHILLED ROLLS, 

Metal Pattkhxs made 
from (Irauglit or sample. 

DANIEL BELCHER, 

Eastou, . . Mass. 



HAYWARD & CARPENTER, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Heavy Rolled Grold Plate Jewelry 

—SUCH AS— 

Sleeve, Collar, Cuff and Vest Buttons, Ladies' and Misses' Sets 
and Drops, Shawl and Bib Pins, &c., &c., 

Also, Manufacturers of "PATENT GOODS," 

Of which the " Attleboro Chronicle" of Sept. 2, 1S7C, says : "A patent was issued to 
Messrs. Hayward & Carpenter, of Attleboro, on the 8th of August, covering a great 
variety of jewelry, which neither soils the skin nor garments of the wearer, that portion of 
the ornament which comes in contact with the skin or linen liaving a smooth enamel sur- 
face, which does not in the least affect tliem. With cutf buttons made under this patent, 
you can wear a cuff three weelis, if j'ou choose to, without having the button soil it." 

Orders from "Wholesale Dealers respectfully solicited. 



Steam Bakery. 



(Successors to F. Walduon), Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of 




4i7 ®® \Lt 



k 



i I 



CAKE AND PASTRY, 

NORTH DIGHTON, . . MASS. 

Francis Waldron, Jr. Ferdinand Waldron. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 187 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

"Charles T. Boniiey, E. C. Leonard, 

Alanson Borclen, George Marston, 

Samuel P. Burt, Frank A. Milliken, 

Samuel H. Cook, A. R. Paulding, 

Charles W. Clifford, G. T. Sanford, 

Walter Clifford, Thomas M. Stetson, 

William W. Crapo, James Taylor, 

F. B. Greene, William H. Taylor, 

E. D. Godfrey, L. C. Terry, 

J. C. Hitch, G. F. Tucker, 

H. M. Knowlton. F. A. Washburn. 

SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Adoniram, R. A. Chapter. 

Sutton Commandery, Knights Templars. 

Star in the East Lodge, F. & A. M. 

Eureka Lodge, F. & A. M. 

Union Lodge, No. 7, F. & A. M., African. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Annawan Encampment, I. O. O. F. 
Acushnet Lodge, No. 41, I. O. O. F. 
Vesta Lodge, No. 166, I. O. O. F. 
Potomska Lodge, No. 1511, G. U O., of O. F. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

New Bedford Lodge, No. 667. 
Ye Ancient and Honorable Commandery. 
Siloam Encampment, Crusaders of Jerusalem. 
Sir John Falstaff Lodge. 

G. A. R., DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

William Logan Rodman Post, No. 1. 
Robert G. Shaw Post, No. 146. 

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

Bristol Comity Good Templars' Union. 

New Bedfojxl Reform Club. 

Mount Taber Council, No. 13. 

El Bethel Temple of Honor, No. 24. 

Orient Lodge, No. 173, Good Templars. 

Liberty Lodge, No. 48, Good Templars. 



188 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Refuge Division, No. 36, S. of T. 
Neptune Division, No. 54, S. of T. 
Silver Star Division, No. 33, S. of T. 
Wamsutta Division, No. 28, S. of T. 
Acushnet Division, No. 87, S. of T. 
St. Laurence Catholic Temperance Society. 

OTHER SOCIETIES. 

New Bedford Lyceum. 

New Bedford Post Society. 

Union for Good Works. 

New Bedford Protecting Society. 

Ancient Order of Hibernians. 

New Bedford Choral Association. 

Southern Massachusetts Poultry Association. 

New Bedford Dorcas Societv. 

Bristol South District Medical Society. 

Burns' Club. 

Orphan's Home, Clark's Point Road. 

Ladies' City Mission Society. 

Women's Christian Association. 

New Bedford Women's Reform and Relief Associ- 
ation. 

Association for the Relief of Aged Women of New 
Bedford. 

New England Mutual Aid Society of New 
Bedford. 

New Bedford Bible Society. 

St. Joseph's Hospital, Campbell Street. 

Public Library, Robert C. Ingraham, Librarian. 



MANSFIELD 

Town Clerk and Treasurer — Alfred V. Rogerson. 

Selectmen, Assessors, and Overseers of the Poor — 
Albert Perry, Alfred B. Day, George Ware. 

School Committee — Walter A. Crowley, Thomas 
S. Pratt, S. M. Brown. 

Collector of Taxes — George F. Austin. 

Notary Public— E. M. Reed. 

Constables— A. W. Cobb, A. D. King, H. E. 
Sherman. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 189 
SOCIETY. 

St. James Lodge, F. & A. M., — D. K. Carpenter, 
Master, William N. Mason, Secretary. 



NORTON. 

Town Clerk and Treasurer — Austin Messenger. 

Collector of Taxes — J. Stephen Wood. 

Selectmen, Assessors and Overseers of the Poor — 
George R. Perry, J. R. Rogerson, I. T. Brayman. 

School Committee — Geo. W. Wilds, Jr., Everett 
R. Leonard, George W. Makepeace, George H. 
Arnold, Otis Dean, Augustus Lane, Orin E. Walker, 
William W. Smith, J. W. Woodward. 

Constables — D. K. Carpenter, William A. Lane, 
Lewis E. Leonard. 

Deputy Sheriff — George H. Arnold. 



RAYNHAM. 

Town Clerk and Treasurer — Joseph W. White. 

Selectmen — Elmer Lincoln, Raynham, Enoch 
Robinson, East Taunton, Samuel W. Robinson, No. 
Raynham. 

School Committee — Nathan W. Shaw, North 
Raynham, Edward B. King, Raynham, John M. 
Manning, Rayuham. 

Superintendent of Schools — Nathan W. Shaw, 
North Raynham. 

Assessors — Nathan W. Shaw, North Raynham, 
Frederic W. Gushee and Bradford B. King, 
Raynham. 

Collector — Gineason H. Lincoln, No. Raynham. 

Constables — Henry W. Crane, Raynham, George 
W. Gilmore, North Rajmham, Henry H. Robinson, 
East Taunton. 

Auctioneer — Seth D. Wilbur, No. Raynham. 

Justices of the Peace — Samuel Jones, Raynham, 
Job G. Robinson, Raynham, Chauncy G. Washburn, 
East Taunton, Charles L. Haskins, East Taunton, 



190 BEISTOL COUKTY DIRECTORY. 

Joseph W. White, Rayiiham, Joseph E. Pree^ho, 
North Raynhnm, Nathan W. Shaw, North Rayiilianj. 

Notary Public — Chauncy G. Washburn, Rayiiham. 

Butchers — D. R. Simmons & Brother, North 
Raynham, Albert I. Simmons, North Rayiiham. 

Blacksmiths — Gineason H. Lincoln, North Rayii- 
ham, Zebina K. Leonard, Raynham, Nathaniel Dean, 
North Raynham, George Smellie, Raynham. 

Clergymen — Enoch Sanford, (Cong., retired), 
Raynham, Francis H. Boynton, (Cong.), Raynham, 
Charles A. G. Thurston, (Cong), North Raynham, 
Timothy C. Tingley, (Baptist), Raynham. 

Country Store — C. G. Washburn, East Taunton. 

Carpenters — William F. Wilber, Raynham : Ed- 
ward B. King, Raynham; William Wentworth, 
Raynham; George D. Harvey, No. Raynham. 

Masons — Cyrus Leonard, 1st, Raynham : Cyril P. 
Carpenter, Raynham ; Wm. H. Carpenter, Raynham 



REHOBOTH. 

Town Clerk— William H. Luther. 

Treasurer — Dewitt C. Carpenter. 

Collector — Reuben Bowen. 

Assessors and Overseers of the Poor — Henry 
T. Horton, John E. Horton, Remember Smith. 

School Committee — William H. Luther, Ira Perry, 
William L. Pearce. 

Constables — George L. Goff, George Lake, 
Gershom Rounds. 



SEEKONK. 

Town Clerk — John H. Davis. 

Selectmen and Overseers of the Poor — C. R. 
Read, Samuel Short, S. M. Nash. 

Treasurer — H. A. Thurber. 

Collector— S. M. Nash. 

School Committee — Joseph Brown, A. N. Med- 
bery, John J. Hall. 

Constables — A. B. Short, A. K. Page. 

Auctioneers — Samuel Short, Viall Medberry. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTOKY. 



191 



LAMB, MUTTON, VEAL & BEEF. 




FRUITS IN THEIR SEASON. 



A. G. RUSSELL, 



^itttttafi 



n m 




iSTo. 13 Pemberton Sqiaare. 



BOSTON. 



Orders called for and goods delivered to all parts of the city free of charge. 




A. HOWLAND, 

T. Q. Smith. 



NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



192 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



I^^ISHEUlVrEN ! 




HADLEY TWINES, 

NIHCefL & M[iirS[lli[ riSII[RMEII 

— -If -T^ -f- 

NETTINGS AND NET AND SEINE FITTINGS of all kinds, in 
large stock and best quality, for sale by 

H. & G. W. LORD, 

111 Commercial St.. Boston. 



ESTABLISHED 



1824. 



NEW ENGLAND 

TYPE FOUNDRY CO. 

243 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. 



■<■■«»> 



BOOK, JOB AND NEWS OFFICES 

COMPLETELY FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 



AGENTS FOR WADE'S INKS. 



EVERYTHING REQUIRED IN A PRINTING OFFICE KEPT 
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



TAUNTON. 

CITY GOVERNMENT, 1878. 
Mayor— Hon. ONIAS S. PAIGE. 

ALDERMEN, 

VV^inl 1 — Horatio L. Ciishman. 
Ward 2--WiHiam H. Bent. 
Ward 3— Thomas O. Falvey. 
Ward 4 — Cornelius Wood. 
Ward 5 — Charles F. Johnson. 
Ward 6— A. Lymau Wiliard. 
Ward 7— Franklin Pratt. 
Ward 8— Elijah Tolman. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

Hon. John E. Sanford, President. 

Ward 1— John E. Sanford, William Tinkham, 
John J. Barker. 

Wal-d 2 — Walter S. Sprague, George H. Rhodes, 
Everett D. Godfrey. 

Ward 3 — Henry B. Leach, Francis P. Conaty, 
John Quinn. 

Ward 4 — Frederick Mason, Josiah Kinnicntt, 
Edward B. Maltby. 

Ward 5 — Abiel B. Staples, George P. King, 
Arthur W. Macomber. 

Ward 6— William S. Baker, William B. Church, 
James Hunt. 

Ward 7 — Henry S. Culver, Perry E. Pierce, John 
F. Dunlap. 

Ward 8 — Thomas R. Bearse, Millard F. Moore, 
William F. Kennedy. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

On Poor and Alms — Aldermen Pratt, Wood and 
Johnson. 

On Police and Licenses — The Mayor, and Alder- 
men Falvey and Bent. 

On Sidewalks — Aldermen Cushman, Wiliard and 
Wood. 

On Enrollment — Aldermen Tolman, Wood and 
Johnson. 



\ 



JOSEPH H. ADAMS, 





Late Examiiieroflntcrforeneos, and formerly principal Examiner in the United 
States Patent Office, and for some years in charge of the Preparation of the 
Patent Office Reports. Attends to all business relating to Patents, Trade Marks 
and Designs. Copyrights also obtained. 

Office, 33 SCHOOL ST., BOSTON. 

Rooms 22 and 23. 

OF THE COMMON COUNCIL. 

On Elections — Messrs. Staples, Pierce and Quinn. 

On Bills in Second Reading — Messrs. Rhodes, 
Hnnt and Conaty. 

On Enrolled Bills — Messrs. Barker, Kinnicutt and 
Kennedy. 

BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

Onias S. Paige, ex-offi,cio. 
John E. Sanford, ex-officio. 

For One Year— William E. Fuller, Charles F. 
Johnson, John H. Galligan. 

For Two Years — Joseph Dean, J. Colver Wight- 
man, Russell P. Ambler. 

For Three Years — Stephen M. Newman, Silas D. 
Presbrey, Horace W. Durgin. 

City Clerk — James M. Cushman. 

City Treasurer and Collector — Geo. A. AVashburn. 

Clerk of the Common Council — Jos. R. Tallman. 

Assessors — William B. Sproat, Chairman; Wm. 
H. Pleadwell; Henry S. Hart, Secretary. 

Superintendent of Streets — Daniel L. Mitchell. 

City Marshal — George F. Seaver. 
Superintendent of Schools — W. W. Waterman. 

City Solicitor — S. M. Thomas. 

City Physician— A. S. Dean, M. D. 

Water Commissioners — P. I. Perrin, President; 
Marcus M. Rhodes; Henry S. Harris, Secretary. 

Engineers of Fire Department — Edward Mott, 
Chief; Henry A. Thayer. George E. Dean,Benj.H. 
Baker, Ira Bosworth. 

Superintendent of Fire Alarm Telegraph — Abner 
Coleman. 



F. S. BAILEY & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 





RICHARDS, CODDING & CD'S BUILDING, 



NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 



AmEBOEO 

SAWING AND PLANING MILL. 

MOULDINGS & BRACKETS 

Of all kinds made to order at short notice and 
in the best manner. Also, 

Planing and Matching. 





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3L. C. SOUTHARD, 






Uor at Law, 



CORNER OF MAINE & CENTRE STREETS, 

NORTH E ASTON, MASS. 



ISrOVELTY A^^OOD AV^ORKS. 




J- J. ]Vto3NrXJTT7, 

BUILDER AND MANUFACTURER, 

Of "WOOD MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, COUNTERS, SASHES, 
DOORS, WINDOW FRAMES, 

Drawers, Packing Boxes. &c. Planing, Sawing, Turning, Fret Sawing, &c. Also, 
Carving, Pattern Making, Rope Twi.st, and Spiral Mouldings. Particular attention paid 
to fitting up Banks, Banking-Houses, Oflices. Stores, &c. All orders addressed to 

J. J. McNUTT, Novelty Wood Works, junc. Maiden & Wareham Sts., Boston, 

will be executed with promptness and despatcli. 



gaimEN coffin, 

8 PROVINCE ST., BOSTON, 

Pattern and Model Maker, 



—AND— 



PRINTERS' JOINER, 

Particular attention given to Patterns and Models for 
Machinery in Wood or Brass. 

ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF 

STEREOTYPE BLOCKS of tie ist approied styles. 

And every variety of materials needed in a Printing Office or Book- 
bindery constantly on hand or made to order at short notice. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 193 

SOMERSET. 

Town Clerk and Treasurer — C. R. Fields. 

Selectmen — Horatio N. Eddy, Alfred Pratt, Geo. 
Read. 

Collector of Taxes — J. G. Tinkham. 

Constables — G. F. M. Forrester, Edmund Buf- 
finton. 

SOCIETIES. 

Pioneer Lodge, F. & A. M. 

Swift Post, No. 46, G. A. R. 

Mount Hope Division, Sons of Temperance. 



SWANSEA. 

Town Clerk and Treasurer — J. G. Luther. 

Selectmen — James H. Mason, Gilbert R. Watson, 
Daniel Hale. 

Collector of Taxes — A. P. Lawton. 

Constables — A. P. Lawton, Anson L. Barney, 
Elijah P. Chace. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Alfred P. Lawton, ( ?) Albert E. 
Allen, (?). 

Road Commissioners — Ira M. Gardner, Gideon P. 
Mason, William P. Cleaveland. 

Justices of the Peace — James H. Mason, Swansea 
Village; Mason Barney, North Swansea; J. G. 
Luther, Luther's Corner ; Elijah P. Chace. 

SOCIETIES. 

Agricultural Library Association, Luther's Corner. 
Narragansett Lodge, I. O. Good Templars, 
Swansea Village. 



TAUNTON. 

MAYOR. 

ONIAS S. PAIGE. 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 1 — Horatio L. Cushman. 
Ward 2--William H. Bent. 



194 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Ward 3 — Thomas O. Falvey. 
Ward 4 — Cornelius Wood. 
Ward 5 — Charles R. Richmond. 
Ward 6— A. Lyman Willard. 
Ward 7— Franklin Pratt. 
Ward 8— Charles E. Dean. 

Clerk — James M. Cushman. 

COMMON COUN OILMEN. 

Wnrd 1 — John E. Sanford, William E. Dean, 
John J. Barker. 

Ward 2 — Chas. E. Richmond, Walter S. Sprague, 
Georire H. Rhodes. 

Ward 3 — James J. Galligan, James A. Tinkham, 
Patrick Conaty. 

Ward 4 — Fiederick Mason, Elisha T. Jackson, 
Josiah Kinnicutt. 

Ward 5 — Abiel B. Staples, John J. O'Connor, 
Arthur W. Macomber. 

Ward 6 — William S. Baker, Abram Simmons, 
William H. ('ushman. 

Ward 7 — Henry S. Culver, Edwin Hawkins, Perry 
E. Pierce. 

Ward 8 — John Power, Nelson Thomas, William 
H. Rankin. 

President of the Common Council — John E. 
Sanford. 

Clerk of the Common Council — Jos. R. Tallman. 

City Clerk — James M. Cushnian. 

City Treasurer and Collector — Geo. A. Washburn. 

On Fire Department — Aldermen Bent, Dean, 
Councilmen Tinkham, Cushman, Macomber. 

On Fisheries — Alderman Richniond, Councilmen 
Dean, Has kins. 

On Water Works — Mayor, Alderman Dean, 
Councilmen Sanford, Mason, Haskins. 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN COMMITTEES. 

On Poor and Almshouse — Aldermen Pratt, Bent 
and Wood. 

On Police and Licenses — The Mayor, and Alder- 
men Falvey and Richmond. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 195 

On Sidewalks — Aldermen Cushman, Willard and 
Wood. 

On Enrollment — Aldermen Falvey, Dean and 
Richmond. 

BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

Onias S. Paige, ex-oficio, Chairman. 
John E. Sanford, ex-officio. 

One Year — Thomas J. Lothrop, Stephen M. New- 
man, Joseph Philbrick. 

Two Years— William E. Fuller, Charles F. John- 
son, John H. Galligan. 

Three Years — Joseph Dean, J. Colver Wightman, 
Russell P. Ambler. 

WATER COM3IISSIONEKS. 

Perley I. Perrin, President, one year. 
Henry S. Harris, Secretary, two years. 
Marcus M. Rhodes, three vears. 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS. 

James M. Cushman, Chairman. 
William H. Plead well. 
Henry S. Hart, Secretary. 

Superintendent of Schools — W. W. Waterman. 

City Solicitor — S. M. Thomas. 

Superintendent of Streets— Daniel L. Mitchell. 

City Physician— A. S. Dean, M. D. 

City Messenger — Benjamin Ingalls. 

TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Ex-officiis. 

Onias S. Paige, Mayor. 

John E. Sanford, President of Common Council. 

One Year — Edmund H. Bennett, Mortimer Blake. 

Two Years — Timothy Gordon, Charles W. 
Hartshorn. 

Three Years — Henry J. Fuller, William H. Fox. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 
Chief Engineer-~Edward Mott. 
First Assistant Engineer — Henry A. Thayer. 



196 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Second Assistant Engineer — Benjamin H. Baker. 
Third Assistant Engineer — George E. Dean. 
Fourth Assistant Engineer — Ira Bos worth. 
Secretary — George N. Elms. 

Superintendent of Fire Alarm Telegraph — Abner 
Coleman. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

City Marshal — George F. Seaver. 

Sunday Police — Allen B. Thomas, Patrick F. 
Coyle, Richard H. Borden, Davis H. Eddy, William 
Cleary. 

Truant Officers, appointed i)y the School Com- 
mittee — George F. Seaver, Willis Potter. 

There are one hundred and nineteen Constables in 
Taunton. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

James P. Ellis, E. T. Jackson, 

William H. Fox, Charles A. Reed, 

Henry J. Fuller, S. M. Thomas, 

William E. Fuller, Joseph E. Wilber. 

SOCIETIES. 

Taunton Public Library. 
Grand Army of the Republic. 
Bristol County Agricultural Society. 
Easton Benevolent Association. 
North Bristol Congregational Club. 
Taunton Female Charitable Association and Home 
for Asred and Indisjent Females. 

Taunton Council of Select and Royal Masters. 

St. Mark's Royal Arch Chapter. 

King David's Lodge, 

Charles H. Titus Lodge. 

Alfred Baylies Lodge. 

Ionic Lodge. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

John Hancock Lodge, No. 40. 

I. o. o. F. 

Naomi Encampment, No. 14. 
King Philip Lodge, No. 44. 



LA^I^IES' . 



mMmm 




I 




Miss R. BUTLER, 



Artist in Hair, 



AND DEALER IN 



HAIR GOODS, 



132 Tremont Street, 



BOSTON. 



DR. D. M. JOHNSON, 

Treats successfully all Chronic Diseases of the 

Breathing Organs, 

Catarrh (by a new process). Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Asthma 

and Consumption, and all Chronic Affections of 
the Liver, Stomach and Bowels. 

ACHES AND PAINS, NEURALGIA, SICK-HEADACHE, NERVOUS 
HEADACHE, RHEUMATISM, AND ALL DISEASES OP 
/ THE EYES AND EARS. 

OFFICE, ANNAWAN STREET, FALL RIVER, MASS. 
CONSULTATION FR,EE. 



Charles Williams, Jr. 



[Established 1856.] 
manufacturer of 




Telegraphic and Electrical Instruments, 

GALVANIC BATTERIES, WIRE, MAGNETS, &c. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

TELEGHftAF»II M:ATKRIAL, 

No. 109 Court Street, - Boston, Mass. 

vJOSEiFHE ID, O-OTJLID, 

No. 101 MILK STREET, 

up Stairs, Room G, 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 197 



WESTPORT. 

Town Clerk find Treas. — John A. Macombcr, 2d. 

Selectmen and Overseers of the Poor — Giles E. 
Browne! 1, A. H. Cory, Charles Fisher. 
Collector of Taxes — Alanson P. Brownell. 

Justices of the Peace — G. H. Gifibrd, Isaac 
Howl and. 

Constables — James H. Allen, Daniel Sanford. 

School Committee — Charles F. Sherman, Charles 
Fisher, rFohn A. Macoinber, 2d. 

Assessors — G. E. Brownell, A. D. Manchester, 
P. Sanford, Jr. 



FAIRHAVEN. 

Town Clerk — Tucker Damon, Jr. 
Notary Public — Charles Drew. 



DARTMOUTH. 

Town Clerk, Treasurer and Collector of Taxes — 
G. F. Rowland. 

Selectmen and Overseers of the Poor — Isaac P. 
Wilbur, Paul Barker, Joshua V. Davis. 

School Committee — Stephen H. Andrews, Law- 
rence S. Smith. 

Assessors — Francis W. Mason, Benjamin T. Max- 
tield, Spooner Jenkins. 

Constables — Thomas Inman, Leander C. King, 
Daniel H. Rowland, Otis Manchester. / 

Auctioneer—William Barker, Jr. 

Postmasters — Francis W. Mason, Dartmouth ; 
Gideon H. Sherman, South Dartmouth ; Abner P. 
Barker, North Dartmouth. 

Justices of the Peace — William Barker, Jr., F. W. 
Mason, Calvin R. Turner, 2d, Elisha H. Crapo, 
Dartmouth ; Samuel M. Davis, E. L. Faunce, South 
Dartmouth. 



198 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

FALL RIVER. 

CITY GOVERNMENT, 1878. 

MAYOR, 

CRAWFORD E. LINDSEY. 

ALDERMEN, 

Joseph O. Neill, James R. Francis, 

Patrick J. Luuuey, Georg^e H. Eddy, 

Southard H. Miller, PhiHp H. Borden. 

COUNCILMEN. 

Ward One — Joseph McCreery, Amos Walker and 
Edward P. Ba^sfett. 

Ward Two— P. J. McCarty, Patrick E. Butler 
and Neil McFadden. 

Ward Three — Cook Borden. Joseph Bowers and 
John A. Connelly. 

Ward Four — Georo;e N. Bowen, Frank W. Burr 
and Moses Jepson. 

Ward Five— William S. Greene, Walter Paine, 3d, 
and Simeon B. Chase. 

Ward Six — Charles L. Ripley, John P. Slade and 
and John E. Buffinton. 

City Clerk — George A. Ballard. 
City Treasurer — James C. Brady. 
City Messenger — M. Frank Pike. 
Chief Engineer — William C. Davol, Jr. 
Assistant — Isaac T. Brownell. 

District — A. C. Seymour, Benjamin Mott, Nathan 

D. Chace. 

Collector of Taxes — James C. Brady. 

Auditor — Georije W. Billino;s. 

City Solicitor — Milton Reed. 

City Physician — Dr. Charles W. Copeland. 

Superintendent of Streets — Anthony Thurston. 

Superintendents of Burying Grounds — Jonathan 

E. Morrill, Owen Corbett. ' 
Surveyor of Lumber — H. A. Skinner. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



199 



OFFICIALS, &c., IN BRISTOL COUNTY. 

REPRESENTATIVE IN U. S. CONGRESS. 

William W. Crapo, of New Bedford. 

U. S. SHIPPING COMMISSIONER. 

Baugs Hallet, 18 South Water, New Bedford. 

U. S. COMMISSIONER. 

Charles W. Clifford, 35 No. Water, New Bedford. 

STATE SENATORS FROM BRISTOL COUNTY. 

1st District. — Ezra Davol, of Taunton. 

2d '' Charles J. Holmes, of Fall River. 

3d " Hosea M. Kuowlton, of N. Bedford. 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

1st — Attleboro, Easton, Mansfield, Nortou, Rayu- 
ham, Seekonk, Taunton. 

2d — Berkeley, Dighton, Fall River, Rehoboth, 
Somerset, Swansea. 

3d — Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown, 
New Bedford, Weslport. 



STATE REPRESENTATIVES FROM BRISTOL COUNTY. 



DIST. 



10 



( Attleboro, 
I Norton, 
( Mansfield, 

Easton, 

Raynham, 

Taunton, 
Berkeley, 

Acushnet, 

Fairhaven, 

Freetown. 
( New Bedford, 
} Wards 1, 2, 3, 
i New Bedford, 
/ Wards4, .5, 6, 
i Westport, 
I Dartmonth, 

Fall River, \ 

Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, ) 

Fall River, 

Wards 5, 6, 
Somerset, ' 

fSeebonk, 
J Swansea, 
] Rehoboth, 
t Dighton, 



George Price, 
Abijah T. Wales, 

George C. Belcher, 

William Reed, Jr. 
John W. Hart, 
John H. Galligan, 

Elbridge G. Morton, Jr. 

Rufus A. Soule, 
Charles A. Case, 
Israel C Cornish, 
Thomas B. Hathaway, 

Charles Fisher, 

John W. Cummings, 
Hiram B. Coffin, 
Patrick M. McGlynn, 

Pardon Macomber, 
Andrew J. Jennings, 



John A. Lewis, 



Attleboro, 

(( 

Easton, 
Taunton, 

u 

Fairhaven, 
New Bedford, 



Westport, 
Fall River, 



Dighton, 



COUNCILLOR. 



District No. 2, Harrison Tweed, of Taunton. 



200 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

MASTERS IN CHANCERY. 

J. J. Archer, Fall River; E. M. Reed, Mansfield ; 
Edwin L. Barney, New Bedford. 

COMMISSIONERS OF WRECKS 

Job Almy, New Bedford ; Abraham Dyer, Edward 
Akin, Westport. 

COMMISSIONERS OF INSOLVENCY. 

Charles T. Bonney, New Bedford. 

INSPECTOR OF FIREARMS MANUFACTDRED IN 
THE COUNTY. 

Ebenezer W. Peirce, Freetown. 

COMMISSIONERS TO QUALIFY CIVIL OFFICERS. 

Anson Gilmorc, North Easton ; Seba Howard, 
South Easton; Josiah C. lilaisdell, Simeon Borden, 
John S. Brayton, Benjamin Earl, Fall River; El)en- 
ezer W. Peirce, Freetown ; Thomas M. James, 
William H. Taylor, George Marston, New Bedford ; 
George H. Babbitt, Samuel L. Crocker, Joseph 
Wilbar, George M. Woodward, Thomas J. Lothrop, 
Taunton. 



RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

Boston, Clinton, Fitchburg and New Bedford 
Railroad Co., I. N. Marshall, agent, 254 Purchase, 
New Bedford ; N. Thayer, Jr.. president, 54 Sears' 
building, Boston; S. A. Webber, superintendent, 
Fitchburg. 

Boston and Providence Railroad Co., incorporated 
1830 ; Boston, Mass., to Providence, R. I. 

Old Colony Railroad, incorporated 1844; Boston, 
Mass., to Newport, R. I., and Provincetown, Wood's 
Hole and Plymouth, Mass. 

Fall River Railroad, finished in 1875 ; Fall River 
to New Bedford. 

New Bedford and Fairhnven Street Railway, New 
Bedford to Fairhaven ; Warren Ladd, president, 
ofiice, 254 Purchase, New Bedford. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



201 



BRISTOL COUNTY. 

Incorporated June, l(i85. County Towns, Taunton 
and New Bedford. 

Population according to Census of 1875. 



TOWNS. 



Acushnet ... 
Attleboro ... 
Berkeley .... 
Dartmouth .. 

Oighton 

Eastoii 

Fairhaven. . ., 
Fall River.... 
Freetown .... 
Mansfield .... 
JSTew Bedford 

Norton 

Raynham . . . . 

Rehoboth 

Seekonk 

Somerset 

Swansea 

Taunton 

Westport .... 

Total, 



Census 
of 

1875. 



1,059 
9,224 
781 
3.434 
1,755 
3,898 
2,768 

45,340 
1,396 
2.656 

25,876 
1,595 
1,687 
1,827 
1,167 
1,940 
1,308 

20,429 
2,912 

131,052 



U. S. 

Census 

of 

1870. 



1,1.'!2 
6,769 
744 
3,367 
1,817 
3,668 
2,626 

26,766 
1,372 
2,432 

21,320 
1,821 
1,713 
1,895 
1,021 
1,776 
1,294 

18,629 
2,724 

102,886 



Census 

of 

1865. 



1,251 
6,200 
847 
3,435 
1,813 
3,076 
2.547 

17,481 
1.485 
2,13o 

20,853 
1,709 
1,868 
1,843 
928 
1,789 
1,336 

16,005 
2,799 



89,395 



Legal 

Voters, 

1875. 



288 

1,884 
227 
814 
416 
873 
760 

7,024 
.348 
622 

6,004 
388 
428 
524 
313 
434 
320 

4,401 
808 



26,876 



Legal 

Voters, 

1865. 



286 

1,121 
282 
777 
344 
601 
664 

3,207 
353 
470 

4,545 
403 
.386 
420 
223 
385 
312 

3,086 
769 



18,576 



SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Jury Term. — For the County of Bristol, at 
Taunton, 3d Tuesday of April. At New Bedford, 
2d Tuesday in November. 

Law Terms. — At Taunton, in the County of 
Bristol, and at Plymouth, in the County of Plymouth, 
annually; at Taunton, for the County of Bristol, on 
the fourth Tuesday of October, and at Plymouth, for 
the County of Plymouth, on the third Tuesday of 
October. 

The usual terms of the Supreme Judicial Court 
for Nantucket and Dukes Counties, are now, by law, 
holden at the regular terms at New Bedford. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

For Bristol County, at Taunton, second Monday 
of March and Sej)tember. 

At New Bedford, second Monday of June and 
December. 

SESSIONS OF PROBATE COURT. 

Fall River — 1st Friday of January, April, October, 
and 2d Friday of July. 



202 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

New Bedford — 1st Friday of February, May, 
August and November. 

Taunton — 1st Friday of March, June, September, 
and December. 

JUDGE OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY. 

Edmund H. Bennett, Taunton. 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY. 

W. E. Fuller, Taunton. 

CLERK OF COURTS. 

Simeon Borden, Fall River. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS, NORTH DISTRICT. 

Joseph E. Wilbar, Taunton. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS, SOUTH DISTRICT. 

Charles C. Sayer, New Bedford. 

COUNTY TREASURER. 

G. F. Pratt, Taunton. 

OVERSEERS OF HOUSE OF CORRECTION. 

Jas. D. Thompson, Samuel Watson, New Bedford. 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY. 

George Marston, of New Bedford. 

SHERIFF. 

Andrew R. Wright, of Fall River. 

DEPUTY SHERIFFS. 

Mr. Sheriff White has kindly furnished this list of 
his newly appointed Deputies. Probably others 
will soon be nominated. 

Walter R. Spooncr, Acushnet ; James AV. Riley, 
Elijah Capron, Attleboro ; Rufns H. Willis, Easton ; 
Thomas S. Butman, Fairhaven ; Franklin Gray, 
Francis H. Wixoii, Jerome Westgate, Jonathan 
Chaffee, Fall River; H. B. Wetherell, Freetown; 
J. A. Blake, Mansfield ; Charles D. Burt, keeper of 
Jail and Master of House of Correction at New 
Bedford, John W. Niekerson, Thomas J. Cobb, 
George Dunham, New Bedford; George H. Arnold. 
Norton; Chauncy G. Washburn, Raynham ; Edmund 
Buffinton, Somerset; Isaac G. Carrier, keeper of 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 203 

Jail at Taunton, Henry F. Cobb, Peter C. Thayer, 
Isaac G. Carrier, Jr., George F. Seavcr, Thomas 
O'Falvey, Willis Potter, David Dean, Taunton. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 

Elisha Thornton, Jr., Chairman, New Bedford; 
Franklin Gray, Fall River ; E. T. Jackson, Taunton. 

SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS. 

George N. Crandall, Attleboro, Daniel J. Lewis 
Fairhaven. 

COMMISSIONERS OF INSOLVENCY. 

George E. Williams, Taunton ; Chas. T. Bonney, 
New Bedford; George A. Adams, Attleboro. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 
(See List in the Town and City Registers.) 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Those marked with the * are Justices of the Peace 
and Quorum for all the Counties in the Common- 
wealth ; those marked with the f are Justices of the 
Peace and Quorum for Bristol County. 

Justices and Notaries are appointed by the 
Governor and Council, for a term of seven j^ears. 
Sometimes they are appointed, but do not take out 
their Commissions. In such cases, their names have 
not been inserted in this list. Many, whose Com- 
missions have just expired, are not here mentioned, 
but they will probably be re-appointed. 

ACUSHNET. 

Cyrus E. Clark, Charles E. Walker, 

Charles L. Goodell, Abial N. Westgate, 

Abiel P. Robinson, .Benjamin White. 

ATTLEBORO. 

*George A. Adams, (E.) Elisha G. May, 
Henry W. K. Allen, James Newell, 

Thomas A. Barden, (N. ) Joseph E. Pond Jr., (N.) 
Simeon Bowen, (N.) Edward R. Price, (N.) 

Joseph W. Capron, jHenry Rice, (N.) 

George N. Crandall, Horatio N. Richardson, 

Homer M. Daggett, Alvin G. Sadler, 

Homer M. Daggett, Jr., Thomas G. Sandland,(N. ) 
John M. Daggett, WMlliam P. Shaw, (S.) 



204 



BEISTOL COUNTY DIEECTORY. 



John Daggett, 
Lyman W. Dean, 
Charles M. Gustiii, 



Lyman M. Stanle}', 
Alphonso E. White. 
G. C. Wright. (Falls.) 



BERKELEY. 



William Babbitt, 
Daniel S. Briggs, 



'OO" 



Herbert A, Dean, 
Giles L. Leach, 



Walter D. Nichols. 



DARTMOUTH. 



William Barker, Jr., 
Elisha H. Crapo, 
Samuel M. Davis, (S.) 



Elbridge L. Faunce, (S.) 
Francis W. Mason, 
Calvin K. Turner, 2d. 



DIGHTON. 



Noah Chace, 
William Cobb, 
Oliver Eaton, 
Jeremiah P. Edson, 



George E. Gooding, (N.) 
Almou E. Hall, 
John A. Lewis, 
Alfred M. Paul, 



George A. Shove. 



EASTON. 



Frederick L. Ames, 
Oliver Ames, 2d, 
Joseph Barrows, 
John Otis Dean, (S. 
Alson A. Gilniore, 
Tisdalc Harlow, 



Geo. W. Kennedy, (N.) 
H. T. Mitchell, (S.) 
Charles H. Reed, 
Albert A. Eotch, 
* Guilford White, 



George G. 



Withington. 



FAIRHAVEN. 



Henry T. Aiken, 
Albert B. Collins, 
Charles Drew, 
John Gray, 



John A. Hawes, 
Obed F. Hitch, 
Daniel J. Lewis, 
George H. Taber, 



Francis W. Toppan. 



FALL RIVER. 



Job Ashley, 
Charles M. Ballard, 
George A. Ballard, 
Honorius Beaugrand, 
Josiah C. Blaisdell, 
Philip D. Borden, 
*Simeon Borden, 
Seabury W. Bo wen, 
James C. Brady, 



Horatio P. Howard, 
James F. Jackson, 
Andrew J. Jennings, 
William H. Jennings, 
Jeremiah Kelley, 
Henry J. Langley, 
fLouis Lapham, 
Jeremiah R. Learj, 
Augustus B. Leonard, 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



205 



*John S. Bray ton, 
Robert C. Browu, 
Samuel M. Brown, 
Ichabod B. Burt, 
Benjamin A. Chace, 
Greorge A. Chace, 
S. Anffier Chace, 
John E. Collins, 
Prelet D. Conant, 
William Connoll, Jr., 
Peter Council, 
Linden Cook, 
John W. CuuHuings, 
James E. Cunneen, 
James F. Davenport, 
*Eobert T. Davis, 
William C. Davol, Jr., 
Charles C. Dillingham, 
Luther J. Drake, 
W. E. Dunham, 
Horatio N. Durfee, 
*Walter C. Durfee, 
Benjamin Earl, 
Henry H. Earl, 
Morton Eddy, 
Stephen Fellows, 
Chester W. Greene, 
William S. Greene, 
John W. Grouard, 
Abraham G. Hart, 
Edward E. Hathaway, 
Guilford H. Hathaway, 
Freeman A. Holmes, 
Samuel D. Howland, 



Edward J. L'Herault, 
A. N. Lincoln, 
Charles R. Longley, 
fBenjamin K. Lovatt, 
Edward T. Marvell, 
Thomas Mather, 
Hugh C. McFarlane, 
James M. Morton, Jr., 
Albert F. Munroe, 
George W. Palmer, 
William H. Peirce, 
Albert A. Raymond, 
Milton Reed, 
Clinton V. S. Remington, 
Samuel H. Richmond, 
George Robertson, 
James F. Rockett, 
Stephen B. Sabens, 
John P. Slade, 
Isaac Smith, Jr., 
*Charles P. Stickney, 
Marcus G. B. Swift, 
Elias A. Tuttle, 
Patrick H. Wallace, 
Benjamin M. Warren, 
Andrew N. W. White, 
fElieab Williams, 
Francis H. Wixon, 
James Wixon, 
Benjamin F. Winslow, 
R. M. Winslow, 
Isaac N. Wood, 
Jonathan M. Wood, 
*Step'n C. Wrightington. 



FREETOWN. 



Osmond F. Braley, 
Alden Hatheway, 
Don C. H. Hathaway, 
Nicholas Hatheway, 



Thomas G. Nichols, 
Silas P. Richmond, 
Ruel Washburn, (E.) 
Ruel A. Washburn. 



William B. Bates, 
Jacob A. Blake, 
William F. Boyd, 



MANSFIELD 



Howard Perkins, 
Erastus M. Reed, 
William Robinson, 



206 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Thomas M. George, Alfred V. Rogerson, 

Hermon Hall, Seth C. Shepard, 

Leonard W. Sweet, (W.) 



NEW BEDFORD. 



*Charles Almy, 
Edmund Anthony, 
Charles E. Barney, 
*Edwin L. Barney, 
Jos. Arthur Beauvais, 
Charles T. Bonnev, 
Josiah S. Bonney, 
Alanson Borden, 
George A. Bourne, 
James C. Briggs, 
Charles D. Burt, 
Samuel P. Burt, 
William A. Church, 
Albert E. Clarke, 
Charles W. Clifford, 
Walter Clifford, 
Thomas Y. Cobb, 
Wendell H. Cobb, 
William S. Cobb, 
Thomas Coggeshall, 
*Jaraes B. Congdon, 
Samuel H. Cook, 
Timothy D. Cook, 
Ivory S. Cornish, 

* William H. Crapo, 
John Davis, 
Tilsou B. Denham, 
Tristram li. Dennison, 
Simeon Doane, 

Asa Dunham, 
*Rodne3^ French, 
Francis L. Gil man, 
Francis B. Greene, 

* Albert D. Hatch, 
George C. Hatch, 
Moses E. Hatch, 
Henry C. Hathaway, 
Luther G. Hewins, Jr., 
Luther G. Hewins, 
James C. Hitch, 



William H. Johnson, 
David B. Kempton, 
Horatio N. Kimball, 
Hosea M. Knowlton, 
Warren Ladd, 
*E1isha C. Leonard, 
Henry E. Leonard, 
Edward M. Luce, 
Adam Mackie, 
* George Marston, 
William H. Matthews, 
Frank A. Milliken, 
John W. Nickerson, 
William C. Parker, Jr., 
William A. Paulding, 
John H. Perry, 
George R. Phillips, 
William Phillips, 
Philip A. Pierce, 
*Robert C. Pitman, 
Southward Potter, 2d, 
tOliver Prescott, 
Benjamin T. Ricketson, 
Jones Robinson, 
Charles H. Sanford, 
Charles C. Sayer, 
Orrick Smalley, 
*George F. Stearns, 
Thomas M. Stetson, 
Emanuel Sulhivou, 
*W. H. Taylor, 
Henry F. Thomas, 
f James D. Thompson, 
John T. Tillinghast, 
Joseph N. Tillinghast, 
Geo. Fox Tucker, 
Charles Underwood, 
Hiram Van Campen, 
W. H. Watkins, 
William H. Weeden, 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 207 

f Joshua C. Hitch, Hiram Wentworth, 

Ab'hm H. Howland, Jr., Henry N. West, 

*George Howland, Jr., Lemuel T. Willcox, 

Thomas M. James, Jabez Wood. 

NORTON. 

Horatio Bates, Jacob A. Leonard, 

Daniel S. Cobb, Austin Messenger, 

Silas H. Col)b, George R. Perry, 

George B, Crane, John K. Rogerson, 

Leonard Hodges, Lloyd C. White, 

Augustus Lane, William D. Witherell. 

RAYNHAM. 

Braddock Field, Job G. Robinson, 

Daniel F. Frazer, Godfrey Rooinson, 

Enoch King, Nathan W. Shaw, 

Charles L. Haskins, Ebeii B. Towne, 

Samuel Jones, Chauncy G. Washburn, 

Sylvanus Makepeace, Joseph W. White, 

Seth D. Wilbur. 

REHOBOTH. 

George W. Bliss, John C. Marvell, 

Elisha Davis, Royal C. Peck, 

Danforth G. Horton, Esek H. Pierce, 

Cyrus M. Wheaton. 

SEEKONK. 

Joseph Brown, Davis Carpenter, 

Raymond H. Burr, Viall Medbuiy, 

SOMERSET. 

George B. Buffington, Job N. Leonard, 
Chester R. Field, Joseph Marble, 

William F. Hood, Jonathan B. Slade, 

John G. Tinkham. 

SWANSEA. 

Mason Barney, (N.) Joseph G. Luther, 

Elijah F. Chase, James H. Mason, 

W. P. Gammons, Jr., William Mitchell, 

TAUNTON. 

Arthur H. Alger, James R. Husband, 

Otis Allen, Abijah M. Ide, 

Charles H. Atwood, Elisha T. Jackson, 

*George T. Atwood, Charles F. Johnson, 



208 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Albert A. Austin, 
George H. Babbitt, Jr. 
George W. Barrows, 
*George H. Babbitt, 
Charles J. H. Bassett, 
*E;draiind H. Bennett, 
William H. Bent, 
James^Brown, 
William H. Brown, 
James H. Bassett, 
James H. Codding, 
Joseph J. Cooper, 
*Samuel L. Crocker, 
Robert Grossman, 2d, 
James M. Ciishman, 
Marcus A. Dary, 
David Dean, 
Jeremy B. Dennett, 
Horace W. Durgin, 
Nathan K. Eaton, 
Thomas O. Falvey, 
Charles Foster, 
*William H. Fox, 
Laurens N. Francis, 
Henry J. Fuller, 
William E. Fuller, 
J as. Jos. Galligan, 
John H. Galligan, 
Everett D. Godfrey, 
Theodore P. Hall, 
John Holland, 

George 



Edward King, 
, *Thomas J. Lothrop, 
Willard Lovering, 

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Charles A. Reed, 
Samuel W. Reed, 
George H. Rhodes, 
fJohn E. Sanford, 
George F. Seaver, 
William Simms, 
Peter C. Thayer, 
Sylvanus M. Thomas, 

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Isaac Washburn, 
Joseph R. Wheeler, 

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Joseph E. Wilbar, 
Joseph Wilbur, 
George E. Wilham, 
Henry Wilham, 
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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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Institution for the Deaf and Blind. 



DR. E. F. WHITMAN, 







OFFICE, 



iBeacofl Street 



BOSTON. 



Established in 1850. 



OPERATIONS AND TREATMENT FOR THE CURE OP THE 
FOLLOWING DISEASES OF THE EAR. 

Ulceration of the Ears ; Obstruction of the Eustachian Tube ; 
Polypus or Fungus Growth in the Ear or Nose; Accumulation of 
Hardened Cerum; Torpor of the Auditory ]Srei*ve; Kinging or 
Hissing Sounds in the Head; Deafness from any cause, where the 
tick of a watch can be heard by placing it upon the temporal bone ; 
Treatment for Catarrh ; Tumors and Cancers removed while under 
the iniiuence of .anassthetics ; Artificial Eyes inserted without pain. 
No charge for consultation, ^atients from a distance can be 
accommodated with board. 



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BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Institution for tie Deaf ani Blinl 




DR. E. F. WHITMAN, 

OCULIST AND AURIST, 

Office, 4 Beacon Street, 



Established in 1850. 



BOSTON. 



Operations and Treatment for the cure of the following Diseases of the Eye. 

Cataract, Strabismus or Squinting, Dropsies, Tumors and 
Cancers of the Eyeball and Lids, Granulated 
Lids, Drooping of the Lids, Ophthalmia, 
Ulceration of the Eye, Amau- 
rosis, Operation for 
Artificial Pupil. 

OBSTRUCTION OF THE TEAR PASSAGE 

Bemoved by a new and original method without a surgical 
operation, which has proved successful in every case 
treated for the past twelve years. 



BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 211 



Copied from a Boston paper of 1869. 

John Leary, the Blind Beggar Boy of Boston. 

One of the greatest virtues, and that which gilds the character of man with 
an imperishable and lustrous halo, is benevolence. 

He who spalie as man never spake said, "The poor ye always have with you ;" 
and we need no better commentary on the veracity of those prophetic words, 
than the continual and energetic appeals to the sympathies of our nature, from 
the numberless suffering poor, who meet you at almost every turn. 

'' Pity the sorrows of a poor old man 
Invites our aid as sorrows ever can." 

That beautiful sentiment, " It is more blessed to give than to receive," has 
been acceded to, and endorsed by hundreds upon hundreds ; and the selfishness 
of our humanity has been robbed of its bitterness, and the impassioned poesy 
of kindness and tenderness superseded its rule by the unbridled cultivation of 
this praiseworthy and soul-stirring virtue. 

In the annals of history, the names of human benefactors and philanthropists 
fill an important and imposing niche. Memory loves to linger around them,and 
festoon garlands of fame to enwreath and commemorate their acts of love and 
mercy. 

The millionnaire and the peasant stand side by side in the work of benevo- 
lence, and the " cup of cold water " administered by either, " shall not lose its 
I'eward." 

These few prefatory remarks have been awakened by an extraordinary act of 
benevolence and sympathy, manifested and carried into completion by our much 
esteemed and highly respected fellow-citizen. Doctor E. F. Whitman, a nan-a- 
tive of which is substantially as follows : — 

John Leary, aged nine years, the subject of the following remarks, was born 
in the city of Boston. When John was a year old, the " destroying angel" en- 
tered their humble abode, and tore from the embrace of the confiding wife, the 
only being on whose sympathy and protection she could rely, and the husband 
and father was borne to the silent tomb, leaving the sole care of the family to 
the widow, who has struggled on with her charge, through poverty and priva- 
tion, and all the varied vicissitudes of life, up to the present date. 

At the age of three years, John was attacked by measles, a disease remark- 
able as one whose peculiar characteristic is, that it sometimes leaves its victim 
in a very debilitated and enfeebled condition; and often yc-ars elapse before a 
complete restoration of health is thoroughly eflfected. In the case under con- 
sideration, the poor sufferer was left completely blind. For three years he was 
under treatment at the State Infirmarj'^, an institution of extraordinary renown, 
but failing to get relief was pronounced incurable and hopelesslt/ blind. 

He was then placed under the care of several most eminent private practition- 
ers and oculists, all of whom, after exhausting their skill and patience, returned 
a verdict of hopelessly blind and incurable, and the case was dismissed, and the 
boy sent home, a burthen to himself and a source of grief to his sorrowing and 
distressed parent. 

From this date, John is familiarly known as " the Blind Beggar Boy ;" and 
scarcely a house in Boston and vicinity but whose portals have been darkened, 
and whose halls been made to echo to the mournful tones of the poor boy, as he 
solicited aid for a poor blind boy whose father is dead, and whose mother is in 
want. 

We have often seen him as led along by the friendly hand of his sister ; and 
our heart melted into pity, at the great affliction which an inscrutable provi- 
dence had seen fit to measure out to this son of sorrow. 

On one occasion, while walking about alone, and, as it seemed, bereft of all 
aid, he wandered into a store for the purpose of asking alms ; and the scuttle 
being open the unfortunate boy fell through, and by breaking a leg and so badly 
injured otherwise that he had to remain for eight weeks in the hospital, whence 
he was taken, before he was sufficiently recovered to resume his usual occupa- 
tion. 

It chanced that ill his rambling visitation he called on Doctor Whitman, re- 
peating the customary salutation, " a few pennies to l)uy bread: my fiither is 
dead, my mother is poor, with three children in the family, and I am blind." 

Touched by the appeal, the doctor examined the eyes of the poor boy 
and ascertained that he (the boy) could discern a dark object between him 
and the light, and at once took him under treatment, and (according to the 



212 BRISTOL COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



deposition of tlie boy, which, ocular demonstration verifies and confirms) 
in two weeks he so far recovered his sight as to visit the office alone. After nine 
months' treatment he was able to see quite well, even at a distance. John is 
now learning to read. 

Such is substantially and truly a correct statement of undeniable and stub- 
born facts, and the whole proceedings are as remarkable as they arc interesting 
and satisfactory. But the question arises — how is it that Doctor Whitman was 
successful with a case which baffled the skill of so many eminent physicians ? 
In reply we would say, that, added to practical skill and genius, the entire sym- 
pathies of the Doctor became enlisted in this peculiar case ; and bringing to 
bear all the energy and knowledge of the profession at his command, he has 
consummated that which, in the parlance of Scripture phraseology, we now 
" hear and see." 

In the estimation of men, human genius rises to her zenith of perfection, 
when, in the magnanimity of her movements, she has achieved a conquest over 
the imperfections and deficiencies of nature. Science, aided by the electricity 
of thought and action, unfolds to the perceptive faculties numberless and beau- 
tiful arrangements, whereby social life is wonderfully benefited, and many of 
our domestic and constitutional defects ameliorated and rounded to the insignifi- 
cance of a point. In the variety of sufferings'; the oculists holds a position of 
noble and lofty eminence. 

The surroundings of worldly grandeur, and all the varied paraphernalia of 
gilded luxury lose their charms when the demon of torturing and withering 
malady paralyzes and distorts the system with its unfriendly and unwelcome 
influence ; and it is only when the healthy flow of mind and body predominates 
tlio whole system, mentally and physically, works in harmonious perfection, 
that we can rejoice in the luxurious buoyancy of unfettered mirth and cheerful- 
ness, and appreciate the inspiration of poetic truth and minstrelsy in those beau- 
tiful words, — 

" O harmony my heart's delight, 

My joy and solace day and night, 

Thee have I chosen for my own, 

And thou shaft be my love alone." 

But, when the human organization is disarranged, and disease, or any harass- 
ing defect perplexes the frame, we adopt the language, — 

" But when sore griefs oppress the heart, 
When heafth, and joy, and strength depart, 
Then joy and hope no more appear. 
But fife is cheerless, dult and drear 1" 

In conclusion, and in view of all the facts adduced, what is the inference to be 
derived from a careful perusal of this narrative ? Not that we are deficient in 
scientific men in any of the departments of Medicine. Not that we are at a loss 
for men of eminence in the category of diseases incident to our nature, as ocu- 
lists, aurists, or dentists, or skilled practitioners in surgery and medicine; but 
we draw the inference, that among the various and lofty talent that character- 
izes us as a scientific and noble faculty, the present case is a step ijiadvance, and 
leads to the gratifying reflection that true genius and scientific acumen go hand 
in hand with benevolence and goodness of heart. 

Wc live in an age of progress ; and the accumulating and multiplied diseases 
that thicken around our pathwa)', demand that we keep pace with the invader of 
our domestic bliss, and meet him with a bold and determined front. To such 
men as Doctor Whitman, who can, as it were, hermetically seal the fabled box of 
the infuriated and insidious Pandora, we owe more than a bare acknowledgment 
of professional skill. He who can extract the virus from the sting of approach- 
ing death, or drag film from the fast fading orbs of man, is a f'riend of more 
than passing worth, and should settle down upon our affections as a philanthro- 
pist, whose memory should be embalmed in the evergreens of imperishable 
recollection. 

Doctor Whitman has been established as an Oculist and Aurist upwards of 
tiocnty-foiir years ; he is a man of rising and progressive genius, and, unsolicited 
by any other than the boy who asked alms at his hand, has effected the above 
miraculous cure, at much expense of time and talent. A discriminating and ap- 
preciative community can bear these facts in mind, and when the occasion de- 
mands a remedial aijency, call to their assistance the simple story of "John; the 
Blind Beggar Boy of Boston." 

Yours, etc., W. W. S. 

Or. Whitman's Office is at -^ Beacon Street, Boston. 



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